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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, L898. J lip Bfflis ill filJCJ HfH3 1 BM.BrraBJtaaftaatParwiBfpajglaigJB HFfKJIHrayB TtJB rUS THIS THJSfrrUErni SfTWB ras Li n JEnsTwErailTwErwsArailra a rail lisra srSMfm'Silfra 'Dp. D IB x tmii ur Pi ! i;;;;;;;, i sip Our Square Dealings and Modern iWethods S 5 00 6 00 S 00 00 12 50 00 ils 00 SfiHJ Ira pal E MEN'S SUITS for -- for .$ 3 . . . 75 Of doing business on a small margin of profits has won confidence and valuable patronage. The proof of our success is best exemplified hy the great improvements we are about make. Our ever increasing business demands more .room to accommodate our customers. HENS SHOES $2 2 3 3 4 5 00 50 00 50 00 CO foi-1- 0 ... for foi-1- 5 . . . fo- for 4 50 G 25 7 50 9 50 11 50 13 50 The Contractors Demand Working room before they can proceed with alterations we intend making. salvation is to sacrifice our entire stock of Men ; As we are crushed for room, our only for for for for for for S 1 65 1 So Eg 0"Fr pgil Hi-- :- 7!titrn as, '&& mm 2 2 3 3 45 75. 15 S5 isp youth's suits S 5 00 and Boy's Clothing, Furnishings, Eats, Caps and Sloes. SJs GOO j2k pa' Mi BfiKJ mm 7 9 10 12 15 50 00 00 50 00 for for for for for for for Straw Hats ONE THIRD $ 1 00 S 3 4 5 6 75 50 75 75 7 50 9 50 This STOCK MUST be reduced at once and we fully realize the only means to accomplish this at once is 1150 SIS $ 2 00. 2 50. 3 00. 3 50. 4 00. 5 00. MEFS PANTS for for 'for for CEH-DREITS S 1 50 1 for for : mm THJE . . . . 2 2 3 3 S5 25 50 00 75 in this economical buyers will appreciate the rediculously LOW PEICES that prevail As our entire stock is of the very BEST to be found in this community, 150 2 50 3 00 3 50 2 00 LOW Hat 3 and Caps for for for for for for $ SO PI 1. in 2 25 2 50 115 150 175 sp BfSi $ 2 2 3 3 4 5 GREAT I MPROVEMENT SALE! The people have made the Wonderful Success this store enjoys and we propose to show our appreciation by giving, during this forced sale, the Most Phenomenal Values ever offered in the history of this city. In making this Remarkable Sacrifice we expect to make many new customers for our new store, and invite the Most Skeptical Buyers to investigate everT item we advertise. There will not be any disappointment in this sale. Come prepared to be agreeably surprised, remember every item in our store is of the Highest Standard, making this Sale the Greatest of Bargain Harvests. Be on hand early and share in the SALE. Never-to-be-forgotten mm rjjjJBi Isp SUITS for for for Pi 00.. 50.. 00.. 50. :..$ 1 60 1 So Furnishing Goods. Men's Summer Underwear, Colored Shirts in both Fancy and Negligee, all at great sacrifice. NOTHING EESE11YED. pil 00.. 00.. for for for 2 25 2 50 3 00 3 75 IP utj fi tiT 4 3 EICHMOID'S MOST -- PBOC-EESSI-VE CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. fttfipUIpDlpUrlrein t PSi II1 sp MigrigripispjB &m& lijgijljflfe Tgflirall B?pMJBJpBBTBpBpBmJM lTBrMjMlna'ijIlpMrgJ BjflrgJljg'BpJMrJ m raussrrriiaraJIplJljfftUl FEW MILES APART. American and Spanish Armies Almost alp LaGrippe9 Followed DR. J. br by Heart Disease, Cured MILES' HEART CURE. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky, Richmond, OHice on Second Coal inr Dewcj'j Fleet. PiiiiAnEt.ri!iA, June'.'?. The Uritish ships Glooscap, Capt. Spicer, and Bast Lothian, Capt. McKarlunc, sailed Irom this port Saturday for Manila, with street, over Chen-ault- 's groccr'. PHYSICIANS. DR. IT. R. GIBSON, MHKhK tVL.CC SIIUI.TS. of T71ntersot, Iovra. nnd nannlacmrcr 01 a InventorcofnfvTVMSaDtreo Coupling, - i ia. n..iu years writes of Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. "Two ago an attack of LaGrlppe left mo with a ircak heart. I had ran down In flesh to EicroBkln and bone. IconldnotEleepIylns sharp down for smothering epells; frequent darting pains and palpitation caused a constant fear of sudden death, nothing could induce zne to remain away from hoao over t. My local physician prescribed Dr. was IIUss Heart Cure and In a few days I and tho pains graduaUy ablo to sleep well lessened, and finally ceasod. Ileduced tho v.-- ., ..rained fifteen Dounas, ana am now feeling better lnorery way than I have for years. Dt. Miles' Eemedles are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerves irws. A AAmfr it "T MEDICAL OO.. Elkhart. Ind. DE. nl-h- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Ortice in the Joe Cc.lins building, iS and ond Street, over Wnue eld drunitore. ao Sec3j- - nearly 0,000 tonsoi coal for Adrxu DewFace Santiago. ey's fleet. The two cargoes are valued at about 517,000, but the freight received by the two ships will be more den. Wheeler Places the Nmnber of Killed In the Battle of Sevilhi at 22 and than double this sum. The two capWonndetl Between 70 and 80 tains will do all in their power to get' .Spanish Loss Heavier. to Manila in the shortest possible time. Attempt to 1'oUon the Crir anil Czarina. Off Juragua, via Kingston, JamaiTroops of the United States and Spain are almost face to face and less than lour miles apart. the picket lines at certain points are within hailing distance of the enemy. It seems certain that the battle of Santiago must come within a ca, June 27. To-nig- ht CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Onlario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accu-ple- d by Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy SL, aprl-lJtichmond, Ky. London, June 27. A special dispatch received here from Vienna Saturday afternoon says it is reported there that the Count and Countass Zuanoil, said to be, respectively, chamberlain of the czar and the lady in waiting on the czarina, have been arrested and charged with an attempt to poison their majesties. l'rlze Captured T the Vlcksburfir. Key West, Fla., Jnne 27. Another prize, the Amapala, of Honduras, was brought in here Saturday morning, having been captured by the Vicks-burr. week. Medicine and Surgery. Ofhce Collins IJuildinc, Main Street. Telephone nt residence (the Carr place) on Uroadway. --- R. C. JASFJZR, M. D Kentucky. Richmond, --- G. W. EVANS, M. D., .l.j Liver" wm m - Physician and Surgeon, - - - Kentucky. Richmond. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond, ce Trouble When the yellow flag of quarantine is hoisted over a dwellingit meansdiseaso and danger. So when the yellow flag flies in the face when the cheek is sallow and the clear white ol! the eye is dyed saffron there is danger. II is liver trouble. The liver is one of the mo3t important organs of tbj body. On the proper discharge of its functions depend human health and happiness. When the liver fails of its duty, jwisons at once begin to generate, and other organs of the body becomo involved. Never neglect the liver if you value hjalth. If you are suffering from liver trouble, begin at once the use of Ayer's and you will fnd prompt relief and jermanent cure. and residence on Second .Street. DE1TTAL STTSGEET. TTT-T- WantRri-f- SS&t&vA -- in - . Idea can thinlr KlTTinlA patent? tnln; to WMLlfJl- t,4n W1TI UAoSS "Dt. "OaUnWciB - ".osou KV. 12-- PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. DBJTTIST, OP IOCISSILLB, j3-Ofl- ic nejct door to Government "nuildins, Richmand.Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to 4. novl"-l- y ATroEirarj. W. MILLER. ATTOaSBY-ATIW -- ' Z'i Tm , Four nics rooms for rent. Gall at Dental Oliice of Br. Hob-so- hus n, V- ' Office In ' BrindlnE.jBet door to . f. next door to postoifice. jyR.fRED SMITH. .J." rxJxJirv---T., . 4mcu- . - to vea.her.td bv liver trouble, that lift mt head. While in began the use nf Ayer't thit Pills, andfinding almost immediate benefit,-continued their use until Txcas cured of ' my complaint." I could tearcelg condition "J vat I ' T ATTOnKBV-jtTI4- 'r DENTIST. orer Collins Grocery, same office lately occupied by. Dr. Y.VT. Burgln. janl2-l- y H.R.W.BENTLEY, Tovner, N.D. RICHMOND. - - KEKU0CKY tbflice over Taylor's Hard ware Jftore, op- B.JHJ3UP uran iiouse, on wsiuo p" - i:i. FroHL.ray Strip J iacc ratf tt'rh sear "- o? .B.HOGG, ATTORNEY 'ATiL'AW. LlCIIMOXD, 'AAl- hkl " i Take F . t 'Mo Chanett t a .;--, Office No. 13 &L First St,jp t' KTTCCKY. andlonchoraa. l A w 31-3- 0 MUHoc, on Thursday with tTtUa (In nn i U A liberal reward will be paid SIOTIIRR BnRRRTR. - ;Hlllioa, Ky. pm j :r: ,B . f .. Azl ..ij. .. ; H.. ' SEsi. j Washington, June 25. The only Important development at Friday's cabinet meeting was the positive settlement of the question of the attitude of Germany with respect to the Philippines. The secretary of state has received assurances which settles beyond "Wheeler." question all doubts on this point. "Wo can plainly see Santiago less Germany has no intention, present or. than seven miles away. The country prospective, of interfering in any way is level for six miles this side of tho with tho policy or plans' of tho United city, except for hills on the south, States in regard to the occupation of which extend to within a mile of San- the islands. Its attitude has been and tiago. These hills appear deserted. will continue to be one of strict neuThe country is fairly open and it will trality. not be difficult to move troops over it. This statement coming from high official sources Is accepted by this govGen. Chaffee. occupies Sevilla ernment in perfect good faith" and is "Yonxo." regarded as final and conclusive. No Father and Sort Drorrncd. further attention will be paid by this St. Louis, June 2fl Dr. Louis Jacob government, to any reports to the conand his son Daniel, 18 years old, both trary, which are constantly being sent dentists of this city, were drowned out, it is bclicved,-i-n the interests of Sunday at Crcve Ccour lake by tho Spain. .. overturning of their boat. Two other .No.' 1, which was Steamer transfer men who wcro rescued- had a narrow incorrectly reported wrecked a iew ' :" escape from death. , ? days ago, has safely arrived.at Van-- ; Prize CaptnreU br.tlio V;cSlu"r. couver' from Alaska, where she "car-- : Key West, Flat, Jnne 27. Another ricd a larjre batch o'f cattle. She rc- prize, the Ainapala,vol Honduras, was ports that thcroara "about 1,000 head o brought- in here Saturday morning, catllj and a'large number otr'horses having been captured ' by the Vicks- - at Pyramid harbor destined -- for ' the; Klondike. j V'" Keports from Manila, say- special Louisviu.!?; Ky.. June 27 William dispatch, from, Shanghai Indicate-thFenlcy, InaiyMnal bookkei'psr existence of fears. tliut Sen ora August ij It CifJzehV National bhnE'idf this city. Monday. vife of Capt.-- Gen. Augusti, and breast by: The bodies pfiS? Spaniards haV. .was'.acesdeB tally. sbt hrU been, massacred by the .rbebj been found andjtWSp&nisir loss In- a'cmapanion SaHdsy afternoon nad oa , . , j ioe DuiawiB. :', j. tnt--fMi ann "cvriifi Jtii'ia.1 .i i':t:ii ctw . " r. 'a; QitxnY'ianTV yVar - imu iri an r m - whk mi lis in, . w. iiaimr Js it- e -- , ?w.. - . i .uJTt-- ' :!- a. ' '! i ". isU5. .ir.--H.T"".-- . , ;jSr. iF 'f v&mi" ' " : ? .! to-da- y. . ; - The troops arc all ashore here and at Daiquiri with the exception of a few scattered companies that have gone forward. The supplies are sufficient to onablo the army to sustain a week's campaign at both landing points. There is a continual procession of small boats riding onto the beach through the pounding surf and, as one week's rations are already landed, it is believed the required supplies will all be ashore by Tuesday, the 28th. The landing of troops, horses and supplies has been extraordinary. With only one steam barge and compelled to depend on treacherous small boats, Gen. Shafter had landed over 10,000 men, hundreds of horses and mules and thousands of dollars' worth of supplies on the exposed beaches and only two men have lost their lives. No more than 50 animals have been drowned and scarcely a package of supplies has been lost. The officers generally are surprised at the small loss of life and property. Gen. Shafter said Saturday: "I nm well satisfied with the progress that is being made. The disembarkation is slow, but considering the limited facilities and the exposed nature of the landing places, the men have done welL I only await tho landing of sufficient supplies to begin the movement on Santiago. I am unable to say when it will tako place. I am much pleased at the gallant conduct of our men in the action at Sevilla yesterday and with their wark. Thd viccool and veteran-lik- e tory was complete." Gen. Wheeler" i'a his official report places the number,, of dead in the engagement at Sevilla as 22 and tho wounded as between 70 and 60. No attempt has yet been made to "prepare an official list with the names of tha The high grass dead and woundelt and bushes of the; battle .ground make .it difficult to find jiie 'bodies but an of ficial list will probably be prepared by much heavier than the American. Tho majority of the American troops are now here or at the front in the vicinity of Sevilla. The force at tho latter place, which is about nine miles (V.000 numbers Santiago, from Americans and 1,500 Cubans. Gen. Wheeler is in command there, with Gens. Young, Lawton and Chaffee. Gen. Wheeler will remain at Sevilla, which will be made a rendezvous for the troops landing at Baiquiri, and at this point, the artillery and cavalry being put forward from Uaiquiri. The cavalry have been sent ahead to cut a wagon road through the underbrush. From the American position at Sevilla, Santiago is plainly visible and the fortifications can hi seen. The following reports to Gen. Shafter from generals at the front show the conditions: To Gen. Shafter: "I have just seen two Negro boys who left Santiago this morning (Saturday). They report that the soldiers and citizens are very short of food. The soldiers and officers hava sciztd all the food in the shops. They are killing young horses for food and in tho hospitals are subsisting on bread made of rice flour. "Three Spanish generals took part in the fight at Sevillo yesterday. Fivo wagon loads of wounded were carried into Santiago, and many others wound cd got there on horses or afoot. Wo can, see Morro castle and the flag very distinctly from our position. Tho Cubans confirm the reports as to tho .fine character of the fortifications around the city. Seven lines of barbed wire are stretched around tho trenches. The Spaniards have recently dug deep trenches around tho entire city, connecting a scries of small forts. FRENCH CABINET. M. r Suc- Pcytral Succeeds In Selecting tho cessors to the Retiring Ministry nf M. Slellnc. 25. M. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. Richmond Market It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats s are the best. We kill cattle, is why we have always enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order that our Beef, Mutton, Pork and other are not excelled by any market. Meats, first-clas- Petral has succeeded in forming a cabinet to succeed the retiring ministry of M. It is constituted as follows: Premier and minister of the interior, Paris, Juno M. Me-lin-e. pul AWN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure f f ROYAL 1 Paul PeytraL Minister of foreign affairs, M. Chas. DeFrcycinet Minister of war, M. Godefrey Cavaig-na- c. Minister of marine, Vice Adm. Francois Fournier. Minister of finance, M. Paul De Lombrc. Minister of justice, M. Ferdinand Sarrien. Minister of the colonics, M. Thc- ophilc Delcassc. Minister of commerce, M. Emllc Maruejonls. Ministcr'of agriculture, Senator La-due- Fresh Pish Recieved Daily. Kail-dish- BANNO POWDER CO., NEW YORK. vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce. can be found in our market at all times. Thanking jou for past patronage, I solicit a continuance ol same. Home-grow- n &c., &c Telephone 103. may25-ly AJD.. "DoxxVas, T Maciey Building. Main St. l. Minister of public works, Lcygues. Charles Dupuy. M. Georges M. Minister of public instruction, CABINET MEETING. vMWryeX AD. S.vWex St. ws" "es-ce- , V- jCi- - . ?, M 1 MANAGER. The Administration SatWIled That Germany Has Ho Intention to Interfere In Oar Affairs at Slanlla. Best and $2.50 House in Louisville. $2.0(3 mr5IIIlS5A rhILAPD HOTEt.. TSRSSS? .SOTl TItlAA c:l- - ..j.xeia toil REID. 1IAJ. O. (Adjutant and Inspector U. Corps.) a 7R7R I S. WMH it! 0! .! ? f ?K mch2-S- m f Miirtal Going to Cnba as Norses. Tampa, Flo., June 27. Miss Annie Wheeler, Mrs. Maud Kissaiin Uaboock and Mrs. Liscomb, wife of iLleut. CoL Liscomb, of the 24th artillery, will leave here Tuesday night for Key West. From there they will go tc the Cuban battle fields in the capacity of nurses. Miss Wheeler is a daughter of Gen. Wheeler and Mrs. Bab:ock's husband's is a sergeant in tha 71st New York. I.leat. Ames to Ue Court-3InrtUIet Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. QUEEH & CRESCENT HOUTE. 1 an 24 Hoars Cinciaaali to New FINEST Orleans and IX Jacksonville AjjA. ' 109 MILES SHORTEST. VESTIBULED TRAINS I ' - Washington, June 27. ijirst lZent. Charles G, Ames, of the 7th. Ohio regi ment at Camp Alger, wilP be ccurt- martialed within a few days, tfu ap plied for leave of absence tcj go tof Co lumbus, O., to be marrtedV ThlsAvas refused, but he obtained permission to go to Washington. From "there he went.to Columbus and was absent three days. The charges against him are absence wUkgjjt. leave, ' disobedience :pf ordersTsSPfconduct unbecom- iagvah 'bfficer. J Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via tho Queen & Crescent Route W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Ciiciniatl, 0. SOUTH" THBi' Ffon Rowell's Wewjpappf Directorij. -- of-th- e . chii-.ha- ve , niir Js-- i i -- Tw-- i?,s;--- ! .! - - -- fiif .?&2WL'. ';? riir. .,' -.? -- .SJ. - '.. - fcfe- - J . ,- . .iiVSi ,syr;' rr a j -- - : . - Or the 123 wefewrf'studente who have, entered BerliarWalversICy; this tsriaa 88 theBight&.CoHgresioHaJ are German,. 19gA.Hricans, 4 Auslriaaa, and Jiritaia, aJi yigary aim ;BWtmao swsagrmtf, .25 whi Lri ikjim -- : circnli9naceorded1aaBypporiajfchBBBcior in Distriet." f "Th Eichmond, Ky., Cucitxx, weekjy, is -- erMW rwitk tjw lajpest XaiMbjOK eihty -- CX o"stdeatjk . 'i slt':- "- urm, .J. ' bhkkww' aw te tjaomiBW8,.tKTri hihiiuwk i waica - The oaly FHWf - H mHmn eejB.ty " t Th 5 ,:- - , llfUM.- A' ifrff' ,14fa .: ,ae4 & 'i, " 'r tk5- 'jjJ& W X S3 "3-f "s ' 1S:i - V" n -- ."VH '! aaM" The Richmond Climax. rUKLISHID EVEKY WKDNESDAY BY MM l'"M"M "f MM """ The Climax Printing C . Go. WOODS, Associate Editor. Uncle Sam IS'twf I We Advertise '"MwmM ftirwiJmmWmm r" Facts price. i H4. N.ithui-mo- re TRICK TEU YKAIt, $1.50 1?9S. Says This Is WEDNESDAY. JUNE ?J, We are anthorlied to announce nox. James B. McCkeakt. of Msdion county, a candidate subject lor Congm In the Eighth district; mch3J-t- to f the action of the Democratic party. We are authorised to announce J. B. Tuour-aoi- f, of Mercer county, a candidate for bv the Democratic party for Representative in Congress from this, the 8th District. FOR CONCRESS. America's Greatest Medicine. It will Sharpen Your Appetite, Purify and Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Get a bottle of Tired Feeling. Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to take it TODAY, and realize the great good It is sure to do you. U America's Greatest Medicine. quality. certain. to create Apparent economy is often real extravagance. advertise inferior It is a mistake todissatisfaction than goods at a cheap oods that looks frf&','Wy&&'&'&r Bu well but is p.x.i ft. ? Low rnces an dQ ood - exported from the United States for the year ending with this month is larger than for any previous year in the history of the country. It amounts to over $SOO,000,000. The value of agricultural products g rZm l5 p " M W OOGS -. , 'Si vjvw, Hood's Sarsaparilla druggists. AU 01 Interest to All. Under Democratic administration the United States acquired Florida, the Louisiana territory, Texas, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico and Arizona. Under Repub lican rule, there is added far off Alaska and leprous Hawaii. cuwyovm, CnTilarr m Tirilri rs&$ mnke a wonderfullv stronsr combination. "We wish first to call your attention our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing- is so generally appn-ted as a really good 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 $2.00 our t Ui.-iforn- ia, (ISI toiV oSa rwS' RtfiSS' cM of nt rVin 4nMo a fintfla K fiSS' m B3 real Old Cervera between them, H Wm fg vSc '2p?5k 'SSs i$c r"XV i it is announced that an expert Ger (flw5 man gunner named Gotthell has been KSrvn given charge of the Morro battery at iC'O'SD Santiago. One of these dajs tie can 154 tell the whole story of what happen by rWV St5r3 merely telegraphing homo his name. lyfei Lexington Observer. It )S fSo ' between two authorities lV9' OjV has resulted in some confusion conof votes Boyle rcVi cerning the number $24 county is entitled to in the coming HcjJJ Congressional Convention. It has finally settled, by official authority, that the county is entitled to twelve votes. Danville Advocate. A conflict fT1 now-bee- n "I insist udoii Dullintr the cork." "No, no, Schley, please let me pull it. I expected this would be tt' DP De'ore lonBi ad I've had a new corkscrew make expressly HE for this occasion." "Now, boys," quietly put in Uncle Sam, who was the guest of Hi honor of the occasion, "you ve both of you jot a pretty good pull, and I PJ haTen'tlost my whole pull yet, either, so what do you say to all three of together t" M u8 Pul"nS right, Uncle Sam, H "All 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 H my getting hit, I'd take a hatchet and KNOCK the neck of the darned H thing off, but I don't want to be called a knocker." can This only goes to show s that Uncle Sam, and Uncle Sam's-so- n Dl enough, but the enemy is whether to smash K Schley theor SAVEeasilyTO USE AGAIN. all M the bottle a thingIT up into millions, That'sSpain'sright, to figure on saving when runs fleet WOULD be and K a pretty good addition to our navy; but the place to go to save money on Ig Shots for Ladles', Qentlcmcn, Misses and CLlldrcn's li H S K3 Hj rO feV u 9f K HJ W R Hj Eg Eg H H E HS IcV T7 Vr H K qui-stio- S2t 'g)! vS2 Y'sp M m The late Legislature, in order to make the Third District where a Judge of the Court of Appeals is to be elected this fall, safely Democratic, took out Whitley county with its 2,000 Republican majority and put it into the Seventh. The Republicans objected and the Court of Appeals has decided the act was unconstitutional. This decision does not touch the gerrymander of the Congressional district. Uronston Prison Commission law to be constitutional. Judge Guff; . (Republican) concurred with the four Democratic Judges, and Judges Burnam and i 8 in.li... ac 9. B,1.. ,. H Bn mcHJioKD, , Kentucky. a 1 kS m Wo take pleasure in announcing to our patrons that we are preparing to publish a handsome special edition of The Climax. This edition will contain articles by well known writers upon subjects of interest to the people of Richmond and the blue grass section of Kentucky, as well as the world at large. We will show tho progress of Kichmond during the past few years, and show to the people the many advantages our citv and county possesses. The edition will bo illustrated with pictures of our public buildings, our county and city officials, prominent business and professional men, and other views of interest. The merchants are taking quite an interest in the success of this edition by engaging space or advertis- - x' Ladies1 Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or , .5) spring-heelmade to sell at $2.00; our price.. price Si 1 V Have also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest you: 12 12 12 Marir.i-Cloth- s, Wi Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. a. With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed lready to hang up. ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant pinWith a Twenty-fiv- e or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. Yours Kespt.. furniture MS ft. r 25SZI Ml M 7k' XV 1 ' V K JPV lmmm jLmm CL ? 7fK .. . Ill Ull " S ""' p- - McKee Cornsr, Richmond, Ky. 7W J " "1 ff3! i 7s; ,.j t - 7f 7Ji The Court of Appeals decided the " from a wagon in which he and Ins broth er were playing and broke his arm at the elbow. Dr. Jasper set the broken member and the littlo fellow is getting along nicely. Blue Grass League. f ij 75 d 7$ 7lt 7 M S ?f .O 78 7S Durelle (Republicans) dissented. The Democratic Commissioners will now enjoin the Republican penitentiary of ilcialb, bo at to prevent Mate ollicials paying their salaries in future, and the litigation ill the cabe is probably at an end. good fighting al Boyle county is neutral ground and ination of applicants for license to territory in the Congres-bionappear practice the healing art "by any sysrace. All the candidates tem or method whatsoever" at the to believe this and they are trainof Louisville, in the city of ing their big guns in this direction. Louisville, beginning at 9 a. m. TuesGilbert and Thompson are making 5. The examination will be especial efforts to divide the McCreary day, July Uni-ersit- y Tin: State Board of Health has a notice that it will hold an exam- ft . who were reputautable bly and honorably engaged in the pracTin: Interior Journal, like a great tice of medicine in this State prior to many of its readers, was for Gov. for Congress before any other February 23, 1SSI, who can furnish the candidate announced himself, but had proof required by the statutes. it uot been originally for him the mean The new war revenue bill places a and meazly tight and unrighteous tax of two cents on every bank check combination against him would have used in business after July 1st. This drawn us to his side. Knowing that will save the bankers a good deal of he is stronger than any one of them and work," as there will De fewer checks doubtless stronger than both of them used than at present. Many men together, the candidates hae comeverything with checks, issuing bined to defeat him, but it is not writ- them for amounts less than ono dollar. ten that it will be successful. The peo- The law also impjses on annual tax of ple are Willi governor and they will 50 on the capital stock of banks in trample over the politicians who at- excess of 525,000, and $2 on each $1,000 tempt to thwart their will. Let every oer $25000. Tax stamps can be purMcCreary man see to it that he gets chased at the office of Collector Yer-kejustice by coming here on the Itth and The national banks in Richmond standing in his column. Stanford and adjoining towns will insist, when Journal. the new law goes Into effect, that all cheeks presented for payment have stamp affiled ; otberwiso the two-cethe checks will bj ignored. es Mc-Cre- ay strength. McCreary. however, has some shrewd lieutenants who will no doubt hold their own in the fight. The County Comentiou will be hot. Danville Adocate. open to all bona fide residents fctate. who are graduates from of Osteopathy, from medical w hose standing has not been fore fixed by the boatd, and to ol the schools schools hereto- all rep- thing of the past; whereas with the exception of Dewey's victory won without the administration's assistance and in spite of it, nothing has been accomplished. The peace at any price party, of which McKinley was chief, seems to have fully determined that since they could not avert war. it shall bo a bloodless one so far as fighting is concerned. Reconcentrados may starve and tho flower of the American earth sicken or die in camps and on vessels, but no bloody Spaniard will be killed, if McKinley and his crowd can help it. LUTE WAR MS! now-pa- y s. nt CF.Brower&Co 28, 3:30 p.m. to Climax.) Wedncs day will be a momentous day in the history of the war. Santiago will bo attacked b' land and sea. The mined harbor and its strong defenses menace the American squadron which must face tho frowning guns on the enemy's shores and ships, while the outlying forts, trochas, and mined roads about tho city, form a powerful oIh staclc to our soldiers but 'action" is the word, and the blow must fall though American blood must run in rivulets on Cuban soil. WednesJ.EXiNC.TO.v,KY.,June (Special day is thedav! ii Are You Ready? JUNE, with its warm days, turns our thoughts to cool, light summer You are interested, of course we all are and we invite you to come and see what we ere offering. furniture. White Enamel Bed Roum Furniture, Dresser and "Wash Stand, Bevel Mirror, nicely finished. Former Price $18.00. This Week f 11.75. Twenty-Fou- r ce Chamber Suits Sat unlay, will be on sale this week. Prices $12 50, $10 50, $1S, $20 and $25. Ret-elve- d Parlor Tables With Twisted Legs, Highly polished at $L23. I- - Odd Parlor Chairs over from Suits. Come and see them Ieft SPECIAL SALE this WEEK. t On Parlor Floor. CARPETS Our slock has just received many additions. We duplicate any one's prices, and are usually lower. HAMMOCKS, REFRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES. C.F.Brower&CoH ut MAIN AND BROADWAY, i3rj9fMJsiJ' vti fGTON.KY. -- vas-.H?- -. Miss Nettie B. Chcnault, of Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. G. G. Prewitt. Misses Ida and Kathrine Park, of Irvine, visited friends in tho county last week. Jefl Morgan, John Goodloe, Jr., and Richard Campbell, are in Lexingtou this week. Miss Sallie Fish is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clay, at Richmond. Jessamine Journal. Miss Minnie - Edmiston, of Crab OrJudge Pkvok says the Goebel Elecchard, is the guest of her sister. Mrs. tion "will consider the recommendations of County Committees of all W. W. Burgin. places on the county boards." So far Mr. Tlioa. Hogue, of Washington, ?s Republicans are concerned this is Ga., is visiting his mother-in-laMrs. about all they will get, too a dose of Sallie Russell. that meaningless "distinguished conMrs. B. W. Turner and children vissideration" used somuchin diplomacy. ited friends in Winchester and Lex- It is a safe bet that no Itepubhcans I ington last week. will be appointed, and a stiil safer bet Miss Alma Scrivner has returned that none will apply to or recognize from a visit to her brother, Harry this hideous offspring of Force Bill Scrivner. at Winchester. Goebel. ML Sterling Gazette. This seems to us an admission by a Mrs. Albert Schilling and Mrs. Price Republican organ that it does not want Kclley left last week for a visit to representation for its party on the Cincinnati and other points. count' board, and that they prefer to A musical visitor from Atlanta has remain ont and kick. Judge Pryor has composed a parody on "The Bully," a a record of twenty five years as a pub- popular air, which we will publish next lic servant which is almost unparalleled week. It is "bully," too. for purity and integrity. The Gazette, Miss Emma Willis has accepted the as far as wo know, is the first that over position of clerk of the general delivhad cheek enougn to even intimate ery department of the postoffices, and is that ho is insincere aud unreliable. doing prompt, polite and satisfactory Such an oflort to besmirch the good work. name of such a man as Judge Pryor, to Mrs. Carlo B. Britlain, who is with use the vulgar, sporty language of the her parents here, has received notice Gazette, it is a safe bet that the article that her husband, Lieut. Brittain, will will receive the of honest probably sail for Spain on the Newark, ijun. men. Winchester the flagship of theEastern Squadron. With Walton It has always been Mrs. W. H. Shanks and her pretty 'shoot or give up the gun," aud his guests, Mis-- Kalheryne Lewis, of Deidea of international warfare is no less fiance, O., and Olivia Iliad win, went up to Richmond yesterday t'o spend a vigorous. Says he: -- There parents, has indeed been the most week or two with criminal incompetence and blundering Mr. and Mrs- T. E. Ualdwiu. Stanford displayed by officials high and low. Journal. Miss Maynock, of Richmond, if? visitHad the navy with regulars been sent against Havana immediately on the ing Miss Maggie Butler Mrs. (O. N. declaration of hostilities, the capture Fithiau and son ate the gueBts of of that city could have been easily ac- frienils at Richmond Dr. Charles B. complished and the starving reconccn-tr&doe- s Dicksou returned lajtweek from ihe that we Marled oat to feed and dental college at touisvllfe.-Pa- ri free, weald Lave long atro received Reporter. , ? wwoor uui the war would tare bee a Sullw and JjcIa Buraaik mmL ""TSfe.' -- Senator William E. Mason, of Illinois, who vriis one of the most ardent and persistent advocates of a war for Cuban independence, made a speech to his constituents at Springfield, in which he said: 'When the first gun was fired and the Spanish fleet went down at Manila the lust for land seemed to strike many people. I want no territory and decline, as your senatior, to consider it as anything but an insult to sell the soldiers upon tho battleship Maine. I know the tendency of the times. I know that we went out to the world as a Good Samaritan; wh.ie performing the act of a Good Samaritan I want no larceny on the part of our country. You will understand mc now and hereafter when I say that this is not a war for territory. This is not a war for money." The only live piece of news to day is a report that Capt. Sigbee's ship, St. Paul, chased two Spanish gun boats into San Juan harbor, firing three Bhots into the enemy, killing one Spanish officer and two meu. Leader. PERSONAL.. i Mrs-Shank- s' - i Si8 3SS - ,-r fVr-- . 'N II f-- i 3ty Jh teachers, there were thirty-sito tako the examination. Twehe certificates were granted; six four second, and two third-clasThose who failed fell short in arithmetic, which was unusually hard. The Board will keep on ary. file for a few days the papers on arithJake Collins has sold a half interest metic for the benefit of those desiring e in Mr big to N. B. Deather-ag- e to know what problems they missed, for 50 shares of Madison National and will give the solution of every Bank Stock, at $150 per share. problem if wanted. Tho State Board is gradually making examinations harder Bank Checks Must be Stamped. and those who contemplate teaching The four banks in Richmond request should qualify themselves. the News to announce that no check will Badly Cut in a Runaway. be paid or received at their counters Mr. N. B. Deathcrage has a letter ucless the proper revenue stamp shall have been affixed on and after July 1st. from Sherman, Texas, nararting the The War Revenue Bill imposses a accident which befell Tom Huls last fine of not more than $100 for failure week at that place. The young man to properly stamp any intrument, docu- and some companions were nearly done ment or paper of any kind, as desig- cutting a hundred acres of oats. The nated in the War Revenue Bill, hence ground was so wet that they worked five or six horses and mules to the binder. the above notice. For a while the Farmers National Tom was riding one of the horses Bank will keep a supply of these stamps. when it began kicking and they all ran However, none has yet arrived, until off running to a Iatge well near a barbed-wir- e fence. Tom Huls jumped off they do come, use a common and wascoughtin thesickle and barbed-wir-e stamp on each chock. and was badly cut aud suffered A Talkless Woman. a broken leg besides The letter conAn exchaugo says: "There are barbod-wiris so poisonwomen who are comely, there am tinues: ''As ous, the Doctors fear women who are homely, though he 1 have no hope of him." careful how the latter thing you say. Good Advice. There are women who are wealthy, As yot Richmond. Winchester, Mt. there are women who are healthy, there are women who will always have their Sterling, Nicholasville, Versailles, Danway. There are women who are truth- ville, Rowling Green all Kentucky ful, there are women who are youth- towns with flr&t class tracks have ful was there ever anv woman wl,n not announced dates for trotting meetwas old? There are women who are ings this year, and the prospects for painted, there are women who are saint-e- meetings at these places are not at all There are women "who are flattering. Now that the tide is turnworth their weight in gold. There are ing in favor of tho breeding interest, women who are tender, there are wo- it is a shame that such a state of affairs cenmen who are blender, there are women should exist in the who are large and fat and red. There ter of tho world. Breeders and horseare women who are married, there are men in these Kentucky towns should women who have tarried, there are get together, look to their own interwomen who are talkless but they are ests and to tho interests of the breeding industry, and provido for good dead." meetings during the summer and fall. A little work and a small expenditure Awarded Rev. W. R. Lloyd was honored by Highest Honors World's Fair, of the "all essential" will bring about election to the Presidency of tho State great results in this line. American Christian Missionary S.ciety. Stock Farm. Lexington. Rev. Dr. McGregor, of Atlanta, one Two Accidents in One Family. of the most powerful Raptist MinisSaturday afternoon Charlie Jones, ters in the country, in conducting a son of "VY. Stewart Jones, and Willis meeting at the Baptist church. Services Xennedy loaded a gun cartridge with 11 a m. aud 7:45 p. m. beans and shot it, as they claimed, The Rev. Kennedy, while pleaching "just for fun," applying a match to the in a church, In Hannibal, "Mo, impres, powder. The shell exploded, burning sively aske-i'"Who can portray the Charlie Jones in the face and eyes. condition of a lost soal?" Au awful While'tlie bum is not considered dantilence succeeded his question, but gerous It is very painful. It was alpresently tlje husky voice of a tamale most a miracle Uiat his eyesight was man in tho Btreet startled the congretotally destroyed.. That it is true that gation with tho response: ''Hot! Red trouble never comes singleV"hndef ir 'HoW swms again to have e.deiftonswat-di- a MOST PERFECT MADE. Ti.e.jeporifto the Chi?atn convB- Mr. Joaes cam. FolMvHig the. In saasios at l Sterling febs 4nm Awwwnfct, Aim oc y ottwr a&iteiwtL above aecidenT jWAHfay jriUnaotfay there we W AxbmK Joiwe,-- Ta&t M-feU ..- - irITfL l, it J x first-clas- s, s. Mrs. Waller Bennett, of Richmond, and Mrs. Arthur Yager, of Georgetown, have returned to their homes after a visit to Mrs. Charles Stephens and Mre. Woodford Spears. Pans Kentuckian. Mr. P. S. Tevis returned this week from a visit to Richmond Miss Ella Cave, accompanied by her guests, Messrs. Warren and Allen, of Nashville, left yesterday to attend a house party eiven at Mru. W. R. Lloyd's of Richmond, Ky. Lexington Argonault. Miss Minva Park Phelps entertained handsomely last Wednesday in honor of her guests, Misses Sadie Williamson, of Atlanta, aud Florence Myers, of Stanford. In elegance andenjovment, Miss Phelps' entertainment are sur passed by no other, and Dreaming Creek Heights, always famous for gracious hospitality, continues to win plaudits from the fortunates favored by its invitations. In a letter to the Woodford Sun from Chickamauga, a ''High Private" says that ''Harrison Thomson is still bending over the wash-tub- , rubbing Georgia clay out of his hosiery and other Thomson was a member of tho C. U. cadets in '93, and is a good man. Lieut. Trav Duff wrote a postal home the other day, and, as he couldn't get all he wanted to say ou one card, he finished on another and signed his name, as the address was only on the first one, his folks didn't get the other. Trav now talks of suing the governmentGlasgow News. Miss Sue Hume, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Ann Crutclier Mrs. J. Ii. McGinn and daughter, Miss Bessie, are visiting Mrs. Grant Lilly at Richmond this week -- ....Miss Florie Chenault, of Richmond, is the guest of Mre. Alex Johnson this week. Versailles cor. Midway Clipper. Casey M. Owsley, Esq., graduated at the University of Virginia last week with degree of Bachelor of Law. Casey is a worthy chip of the old block and will certainly make his mark. He is now visiting Commodore Granger and will return to Lancaster in a few weeks. Record. Barring his inevitable cob pipe Casey is a most agreeable companion, gifted in speech, musical, literary, and irresistible among the girls. But ho is a confirmed bachelor. Miss Julia Higgins, who have been visiting Miss Nellie Mann, has returned to her home in Richmond Dr. C. N. Fithiau and nephew, Chas. W. Fithian, will go to Richmond tomorrow for a short visit Mrs.Dovio Anderson arid Mr. Bljthe Anderson and bride, who was formerly Miss Alice Simms, are guests at Col. Simms', on Mt. Airy Miss Florence Barlow, of Lonisville, was in tho city yesterday. Miss Barlow is soliciting contrioutions to the fund for the election of a monu ment ou old Indian battlefield at Blue Mrs. C. M. Clay, Jr., has reLicks turned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. S. M. Stone, of Frankfort Miss Clara Myrick, of Richmond, Ind., is the guest of MissMargaret Butler, on Vinestreet. Mrs. C N. Fithian aud son leave to day for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John McClintck, in Richmond. Bourbon News. gations of tho Christian church, with a membership of 105,000. In the last n year there was raised for foreign $8,910.99; general missions in the United States, $4,154.95; church building. $2,G71 negre evangelization, $575.-0woman's missionary society, $5 119.-1Kentucky missions, $14,5GG GO, m?.k-ina grand total of $35,92S.45. Tho curfew law obtains in Seoul, Korea, but it is made applicable to men only. When the huge bronze bell of the city proclaims the hour of sunset and the time for closing the gates every man is obliged to retire to his home, under pain of flogging; but the women are allowed to go about at all hours. As Rev. Eugene Bell, C. U. '92, is a Missionary in that city, wo herewith inquire for his opinion of the law that some good women wish to be introduced in Richmond, to apply to children only. At Hopkinsvillo Saturday night by a vote of 17G to 2 tho State Baptist Association adopted resolutions condemn, the recent action of the trustees at Nor folk, Va , of the South Baptist 'I Seminary in retaining President W. M. Whilsitt, and refuting to 30 long as Dr. Whilsitt is retained. A committee of five were appointed to present these resolutions to the next Southern Baptist Convention and urge on that body the adoption of the proposition of Dr. B. H Carroll, of Texas, for a general withdrawal of recognition and support so long as Dr. Whitsitt is connected with the Seminmie-sio9; 5; g heo-logic- and enterprising than Perry & Thomas. Successors to W. G. AVhite, who spare no pains to secure the best of e crything in their line for their many customers. They now have the valuable agency for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. This is the wonderful remedy that is producing such a furor all over the country by its many 6tattling cures. It absolutely cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all affections of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Call at aboe drugstore and get a trial bottle free or a regular sue for 50 cents and $1 00. Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. 5 Unusual Hard Examination. As there were only three representaing purposes. 5,000 copies will be tives on hand y to attend the printed and circulated among the peo- meeting to organize the Blue Grass ple of Madison countv. nothing was done, snys the Mr C. Beauregard Toland, the well Lexington Leader, June 22. The known Louisiana Journalist, has the towns represented were Lexington, edition in charge and is going to make Fraukfort andNichoiasville. Another it tho neatest publication of the kind effort will be made to get representaever issued in the city of Richmond. tives from the various towns together Every business man in the city should here Thursday of next week and organhelp ns make the edition a success as it ize the League. The Nieholasvillo ill be very beneficial to our town and people are exceedingly anxious to get bring our people in closer touch with into a League, and the Commercial each other. Club there will back it. Frankfort also Mr. Poland will call on you and ex- wants a League and the Lexington club plain the advantages of the edition. is already made up. Kindly extend to him the courtesies of It is still believed, in spite of the tlie press and same will be appreciated disappointment that a League by the management of tho paper as will be formed, as Versailles, Richwell as by Mr. Toland. mond and Mt. Sterling have teams I and it is believed will go into a league. An Enterprising Druggist. There are few men inoro wida'.'f5lS&. How to Look Good. to-dato-da- y, C. BCAUKEOAKD ToIiVXD. $s Not Baltimore and Ohio i gg a--B- UT"" Good looks are really more than skin deep, depending entirely on a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the lher is inactive, you have a bilious look, if your stomach is disordered, von hae a dyspeptic look, if your kidneys are affected, you hae a pinched look Securo good health, and ou will surely Electiic Bitterb" have good looks. is a good Alterative and Tonic. Acts - Biggerstaff & Oldh am. Read what we Have lo Show Ion, FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something- new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind eu-- r directly on the stomach, liver and purifies the blood, cures pimples, blotches and boils, and gives a good complexion. Every bottle gn.irauteed. Sold at Perry & Thom.is' Drug Store. Successors to V. G. "White. 50 cents 3 pef'bottle. kid-ne3- 's 5 w- - At the recent examination of white Union Sunday School Convention. r & The Union Sunday School Convention of Madison county was held at Union City Christian Church last Saturday. Union City is noted for two good things, big dinners and big Democratic majorities. The former was in evidence last Saturday. The writer was in favor of holding the meeting over till supper to finish up the fragments, but he was in the minority. The President and Secretary deserve great credit for having stirred up so much interest in the work. It is interesting to know that forty-foschools reported 3,US pupils in Madison county. There were some very interesting speeches, and the music by the local choir and Berea quartette was splendid. It was requested that tho n paper presented by Miss; Georgia be printed in th Climax, but on account of our space being limited wo were compelled lo hold it over nntil ur Mac-Milla- tsver exuiuueu m rvieiimouu. store-hous- CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Racks, &c. SIDEBOARDS Anj-- style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash. Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ej'- e Maple and Mahogany. ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Birds-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $1.75 to $18.00. " si VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n next week. A Confederate Soldier on The War. In conversation with an old Confederate yesterday he expressed the deepest disgust at tho criminal tardiness in getting the recruits ready for war. 'Why," said he, "Pres dent Lincoln issued his proclamation of war in April 1SGI and within three months, the Southern Confederacy without a. single soldier to start with, without arms, am munition or anything of the require ments for: war had whipped the splendidly armedand equipped U. S. army at Manassas and put it to inglorious flight. There was no red tape mobilizing in those days. It was like Capt. Mike Salter, ono of the bravest of Morgan's captains, said to Cjpt. Ballance, the slow motioned mustering officer at Lexington, when chidin; him lor delay, 'Gen. Morgan rode through Kentucky with a squad of mon, mobilized an army ou the gallop and whipped the oncmy on sight.' It is absolutely disgusting to think that it bus taken this resourceful nation of 70,000,000 people more than two months to get a few volunteers armed and Equipped for service. War moans a deal more than wearing shoulder straps and swords, and we need somebody at the head of affairs to impress! that fact" Stanford Journal. We arc too busy to give a full list of our Immense stock, but assure you that anything you may need jrou can find at our new quarters. parMfcB) a3 3alap JJmpfe M o DAY TELEPHONE 78. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. blood-poisonin- g. When in the City Make Your Headquarters With BIGGERSTAFF $ OLDHAM d, &&&&&& ESTABLISHED $ horse-breedi- ng Madison Monumental Works 1863. RELIGIOUS. gd ( JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pkopbietob. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. DR t w CREAM Haw's is This! i AVe offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ro ward for any case of Cata rrh that cm- not be cured by' Hall's Catarrh Cure P. J. Cheney & Co., Frdps., Toledo : RAKING ! P0WMR t tlt wiKtufy;wfrt. - r s. - I " yT "" " " 'aL.&'L " ',- 2". 5f - H - tf. believe him perfectly horfi rable in all business trausactione audi finauciallv ThoSe whoi.are conteraiilatinir bsvincr ilarble. Granite, or any kind oi able to carry out any obligation, made Cemetary Work1, williBad it to thelrliaterestto ciftl at the old stand ia the rear by their firm. ef tfw M. JE. Ctmrch ih Irvine Street, where tbejj wilt find constantly on hand AVbst &Tkoax, Wholesale DrHfrgfefs; ekp&e oj nnhed work to select from'!at prices to suit all in Central Toledo, Cv- Wamuno, ItKiNNm" & a krgastock c G- - GOTJOHBR, T"4Mr- workmen eiw oil KeBtiieky7fe.iB;brt'ofonretaljlllitait,kii8 means satisfactcry worK In everypMw; .ratties liymjt at a. fstame IhovUl write to aa for designs, CaterrlrGuwUtalealmet-ncl-lyHall's Which. will b.f jBPfttelijWi oa appUeatlT. actiwg directly njajaik Wood a mm--. irouRjATiwarACur soiIicitbd; nuteew sttrfeceg oftli MJMftiV Fmbb Tttc. pr iKJttl li.- L ' mmf lt i. i .r -l- -ai - the undersigned, ha ye known T. J. Cheney for the last J p years, and We FINE WiORKTiPEGIALTY. lS3- 'f the-Des- . ": Te4iatoailfr, ' r. y HwMEitti ltJEKW i. 11 ! it Rrf'fcV.vinm. i5,7c.i.-':i1ti- U ;X"W'- . "Krv. , n - FpT i ---?: ttfl". the shady vales and beautiful glens, leaving a wish for success behind them. 'IVas mid this beautiful scene that the Providence Sunday School nearly 100 strong started upon its march to the church. The flapping of sabled banners proclaiming loyalty to Christ and the sweet strains of martial music the attention of the people and many indeed were they that murmured "a little child shall surely lead them." As the company reached the church the selected choir of Prof. Thomas sting'.the famous hyinn MarchingOn." This was indeed symbolic of this mighty host of young workers for Christ who were marching on to his heavenly kingdom with a never faltering step. The address of welcome was believered by Stanley Alridge. This was followed by recitations by Misses Maud, Alice and AddieTurpin, Sudie Parsons, Nannie and Phoebe Azbill, Eva and Fannie Nolan, Mandy Friend, Eva Taylor, Buruie Shepherd, Caliie Mains aud many others whose names We cannot mention for want of space. Recitations by Misses Lena and Eva Clouse, of Bybeetown, Toomey, of Richmond, were listened to with delight uy their audience. After a lecture by itev. J. T llornsby the famous cow bo) evangelist, on the subject of mission, the meeting adjourned lor dinner Here as betore the oi the services was seen. The ladies. spread such a dinner as would have done justice to the Uods. Alter the dinner the celebration was resumed. Keeitatiuns by Misses Newman, Addie and Alice luipiu, Parsons, Mane Clou&e, of lijtieetown anil a declamation entitled "The Existence of a Tod" by L. O. Fielder, ot Waco, was next iu order. Lectures by John New man, Itev. Paisons, Conkiight and Hackett were well listened to by an attentive attdieiiie. Itev. llornsby closed the services with uisiuissa! by Itev. J. li. Parsons and the congregation liled out of the building iuui muring gi and and glorious. Thanks were extended to the ladies who so tastefully decorated the church and also to Prof. 'Ihomas Ed wards and Adams who with their respectie choirs furnished Altogether it such enchanting music was a sei vice to be thankful for and 10 hope that another will soon follow. It rellects gieat credit upon J. T Ttirpin, superintendent and others who-- e assisted in successfully carrying it out The money that was raised by collection is to be spent in placing the blessed Bible in families who are too poor to buy and by the Glace of God it will surely be the means of leading many souls to Christ, aud will bring the blessings of many redeemed ones upon the heads ot all the participants So in closing let us Iouk to God fur a fruitful harvest and pray that be may let us live to see the fruits of the seeds which were sown last Sundav. Horse Killed by Kl llilll HU.IIft.ll tISBM fi jj in )U nut- - 1898. Policy-Holde- THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. In Re calling in It. N. I. & B. railroad an early bonds of Madison county, Ky., and isCol. A. T. Chenault, being Madison county bird, arose from his conch a few morn- suing and selling new same. ings since just as the light was gently bonds to pay for stealing into his room and clothed himself for the day. On goine'eut of The question of calling- the Rich the apartment he discovered a man in mond, Nieholasville, Irvine and Railroad Bonds of Madison the hallway, and accosted him and name and what he county, Ky., and of issuing and substiwanted to know his counwas doing in his house at that time in tuting therefor new bonds of said an- ty, having been submitted to this the morning. Failing to get an swer, Mr. Chenault advanced a step court, and it appearing that the said toward the unwelcome visitor, who, in- R N. I. A B. bonds are now subject to stead of retreating, came one step near- call having been issued prior to Seper with clenched first ready for battle. tember 28, 1SJJ1, and the court being of Seeing injthe intruder's face the detenni-natio- n the opinion that considerable money to fight, Mr. Chenault call the may be saved to Madisou county, Ky., man a scoundrel, and possibly some by such action, it is aow ordered that other names that lie does not remem- this court will on August 1st, 1898, call ber since the excitement lias quieted in all of the said R. N. I & B. Madison down, and asked bow dared he intrude county bonds and will on aaid August into his house? This did not seem, 1st, 189S, order that new Jiocds on Madhowever, to worry the visitor, nor did ison county, Ky., be issued and sold he seem inclined to vacate the premi- and the proceeds of the sale of same be ses, and Mr. Chenault, realizing that to the payment of the old bonds thus their avoirdupois was about equal, and called in. Notice of this court's contemplated the intruder's willingness to combat faltered by the villain- action in this bond matter as above set had not ous names lie had called him, called out is ordered to be given by the publito his wife, who had been confined to cation of a copy of this entiie order in her bed for several days with inflam- the columns of the Kentucky Register matory rheumatism, to bring him thb and iu the columns of the Richmond poker, tongs, shovel or anything else Climax in their weekly issues for four that Would make a weapon of defense, consecutive issues of each of said pa that a man was there in the hall. Mrs. pers, and by printed posters posted at Chenault hurried to her husband's tne most public places in each voting rescue, and on entering the hall, pre- precinct of Madison county, Ky., for at pared to take part in the battle, armtd least thirty days before said August 1st, iu true woman's fashion, with the in lb'JS STATE OF KENTUCKY, evitable broom. Imagine her surv. . t ounty of Madison. J and the relief of her husband, prise I, J no. F. White, Clerk of the County when she discovered the cause oi the Court aud county aforesaid certify that excitement a large mirror, wherein her irate husband's excited countenance tnis a true copy of above order as apwas reflected bai k in all its hideous pears in my office. Given under my hand this 22nd day and uutecutruizable deiornuty. Col. Chenault lias had the mirror of June, 1S98 JNO. F. WHITE, C. m. c C. turned toward the wall Jieat-tyvil- le 1 ! -- antra: The Richmond Climax. .VEDNESDAY,JUNE,29, Jig Insurance Case Settled For r's Col. A. T. Chenault's Experience With Robber and a Looking Glass. a Madison County Fiscal Courl. Important Facts Consideration -- THIS IS The White Heirs Win $16,000. The case of A. R. Burnarn, executor Charles Field White, deceased, vs. the Xederlati'l Insurance Co., of Holland, to recover 1G,000 on the life of said White, was tried before Judge Barr at Frankfort last w eek. The case occupied the entire week, opening on Monday morning and closing on Saturday at 4 p. in. with a verdict by the jury for the plaintiff. The case will be f The attorneys for the plaintiff were F. and A. It. Burnnni, J. A. iullivan and It V. Miller of this city, ind C. J. Broufaton, of Lexington. The company was represented by Messrs J. l'cvis Cobb and W. S Moberley, of this city, and W. W lhuni, of Louisville. Among the beueflcia ies of the estate of Mr. Wtiite is his sister, Mrs. Lizz-Kant, 'of Newberry, S. C, who receives a halt interest, and her friends in this btate hope this litigation will eventually terminate in her favor. The main points in the case, as claimed by the Insurance Company, .vei'e that in bis application for insuring, Mr White made material misrepresentations which voided the policy, and notwithstanding they were .nade in good laith and to the beat of Mr. White's knowledge and belief, iheir materiality was held as sutlicient grounds fuf the Company 'b lelusal to pay. But these hue points of tqtiity failed as they generally do, before a jury, which takes the bioad grounds that a company is lespousible for iis acts and the acts of its agents. The victory under these circumstances, and considering that the Comare conlident they pany's attor-jeyvill eventually win, should suggest to all thoughtful men the danger that miks in a suppression or misrepresentation ot facts, intentional or otherwise, in their application tor life inHous. C. s tppealed. NOT rDe3oe, S&TOpsow, SdvVeMsou pn-d- skippers on the water, nor is tins picture Or any of those here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertispinen, and th tau sea-goi- : r The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, isstill behind his counter-,- , wher- - hf 1, been for over 31 years, in the good old town of Richmond and still ready to i on his old customers and as many new one-- as will favor him with their patronu can age. His stock is beinc added to constantly, and you will find goods cheaper and better there than any other place Anvthing he t il yu m : just as represented, and you can rely on it. jSF Tivehim a call and home trade. j'2' 'i s ni JD. IF. IRILvIIElIR,, --- ill VOLUNTEEB WANTED! Not for war, but to join our army of customers. We are now offering' many great bargains in Corsets;, Black and Colored Dress Goods. Commercial Club Means Business. je29-4- t surance. .imiMial To protect themselves s Irom hazards Insuiauce Companies ask lor ital statistii-- fioin the applicants for insurance. Questions aietoo ften answered with caieless regard of their importance, and at deatli facts develop which reveal to the Companies greater ri ks than they weieieti to expect in the applications. And here .lie nouble conies the lawyers! Moral Tell the truth, everywhere, always, but especially when dealing .vith a liie insurance company The follow lug were the most important issues in the case: 1. In answer to the question in Mr. White's application on February 14. lb'JG, 'what is the present condition ot your health?" he answered, "Uooii.'" The Insurance Company denied the truth of this answer. L iu answer to the question, ''What is the condition oi the health jf vour living sister, Mrb. FauiV" he ausweied 'Good." The Company Uemed the truth of this answer. o. In answer to tiiis question "What physicians have vou consulted and lor whatcouipiaiuts. Mr. White answered 'None." The Company denied the truth of ibis answer. 4. Ida- - any application to insure your hie beta declined or postponed?" Ho auswerd The Company denied the tiuth of this atibWei. 5. "in the application made beioie Or. Poyiiiz, in answer to the! question 'What has heeu your occupation?" Mr. White ausweicU ' Banker." The Com pauy denies thu truth ol this answer. Under the instructions ot ihe Uourt if anyone ot the above aiisweis was substantially untitle, was instructed to find for the Insuiauce Company. Theveidictof the Jury shows that ihov lutilld .Mrs. Fant's health iu 1800 to he good; Mr. White's health .n IbUo to be good; that he had uuvet consulted a physician, that no application to insure his life hadever been declined or postponed, and that he was a b inker. There was considerable testimony introduced on both sides as to the condiiion of Mrs. Fant's health in l&Dti; also the condition of Mr. While's health then; also as Whether an application to insure his life had or had not been postponed or declined ,elc. The above were the most important tlie-jur- Train Scare. "Jumbo" Harris' issues. Glorious Children's Day. (COMMUNICATED.) tablishment of the Children's laj celebration services was there a mote successful one than the one held at the Providence Baptist church of Winston, Ky., last Sunday. The services were such as to excite the envy of the wealthiest church in the State. At 9:30 the Sunday School met at the Winston schoolhouse and formed iato line for the march to the church. Nature, it seemed, had put on her loveliest smile. The dewdrops were scintillating and thiowing their slanting beams abroad o'er the land like so many diamonds glistening in the sun; while the distant mountains and neighboring hills were bathed iu a perfect halo of glory. The gentfe zephyrs of the west rustling through the leafy boughs, fanning the brow of many fair maidens with their cool, refreshing breezes passed on into Never since the foundation and es- "Jumbo" Harri's, the jolly L. N. agentnt Whites Station wjissittiiiginhis cozy little oflice one nmhr last week snoozing away and dreaming of his happv by gone dawheit suddenly, at the parsing of a through freight, a ternble lumbering was heatd at the waiting loom dooi and the door was bui-hopen. 'Jumbo" thinking that the train was luuniug thrutiuh the depot, jumped out the window anil went down the pike with the sa-- h banning on his back scared into a cocked bat. Did you ever see a 000 pound man am? Well, they can certainly deceive you and when a little frightened their flesh is no drawback to them either. "Jumbo" looked hack after the passing of success. the train and seeing the depot still Wedding. standing concluded to return to find The following account of the the cause of his scare, whereupon he wedding vas taken from discovered a hotse belonging to Steve Farris, lyin on the platform dead, Lexington Arouaut of June 22: Miss Allice McDowell partly in the waiting room which had Shelby, dmghterof the late .Mr. Thomas Shelbeen struck by the train onlv a by and Florence McDowell, aud away. of Governor Isaac Shel"Horse" on ou, "Jumbo." by, Kentucky's first Chief Executive, A Straige Animal. was mairied yesterdav afternoon t There was a large show wagon on 'sunset to Mr. Hugh Iti'ddell, a promin First street. Thuisdav ami Fri.ia,. ;,, ent lawyer of Irvene, Ky. It was a which was exhibited a strange looking home wedding at the sweet villa resianimal that was said to have been dence on Ashland Avenue, and Dean caught Feven veam a:ro in a den nf ,.,.D Lewis, of the Cathedral, rend the lines. in JUorcer county. Pa. It had the head The rooms were decorated with palms, of a sheep, the ears of a rat, the teeth of j ferns and hubber plants, with little a horse, etc. Its front feet hurt tiir Kirdens of hol'hoek statoU-- ami i, toes each and the hind ones five, the 'tiful. Ivy and rhododrendon, fern later being webbed, while those in leaves and sweet peas, clustered on front were not. The men who had mantels in harmonious variety, and the chargo of the animal claimed that no superb weather made the ceremonial one could name or classify the beast a picture to be remembered with joy. and it was therefore called the "AVhat-is-itMiss Willie Shelby hold the ribbons It wa6also exhibited at the coming of the tall, dark eyed and the News of that place bride, who entered with her mother. says that investigation shows that the The bridegroom and best man, his freak of nature is nothing brother, Mr. Elliott Riddell, of Louismore or less than a Capybara, a native ville, closed in at the altar. Mr. Edof South America. If those, who saw-i- t mund Shelby played the wedding here Thursday and Friday will look march. The wedding gown was of for the word in Webster's Unabridged Paris muslin over white taffeta, worn Dectionary they will find a fuli with tulle veil and bride rosses. Onlv description, as well as perfect picture, a few friends were present. of the stranger. It ia wholly From a distance were Mr. Laban unlike anything ever seon in this localityand Itiddell, of Mt. Sterling; Mr. Mann, of a look at the aniind was well worth Pans; Mr. and Mrs. Friend, of Paris; the price charged-fi- ve cent3. Mr. KoDert Bergman, of Irvine; Miss Tbe Magoffin, a Kenton county Ne Rosa Pickett and Dr. Pickett, of Mavs- gro, died from the effects of eating 50 ville. bananas on a' wager. After the ceremony the pair departed on their wedding journey. follow-- t At Mexico, Mo, Peter Matthews by congratulations and blessings. Up was sentenced to 99 years for alleged on tneir return ttiey will reside at assult on his daughter. Irvine. t Riddell-Shclb- The president has nominated Desha Breckeuridge, of the Lexington Her ald, to be second lieutenant of volun teers. Admiral Sampson is at last in direct communication with Washington thro' the repaired cable from Guautauauio. It is estimated that 51,400,000 a year will be derived from the &iecial tax put on express companies on account 17US, therefore next Fourth of July of the war. Would be the one htiudredtn anniversary The State Department acknowledges of Richmond and that it seemed to him the patriotic duty of the citizens that it was misinformed about Camara's ot the Ulty and county to have a cele- fleet and that the fleet has not re bration befitting the occasion, and on turned to Cadiz. his motion there was a committee of tllt l ten appointed, with Mr. Willging as III!... Tlllff. LtXI.NOTO.V, Ky, J J7 Chairman, to devise wavsaud means to lUhuey make the cele ration a success. On Carr. a well Known furm.-- i of this mutton the meeting was adjourned to county, saw an unknown iu:hi jpen his meet this, Wednesday evening, at 8 carriage hou.e, hook up his wagon and o'clock, when all the coinmittets will drive .may C:irr naiti-- until he rebe announced. The ladies of the city turned whirt he saw the thief and stopped him the unknown uiuu tired and county are respectfully invited and twice at Carr. one .shot taking in are expected to meet with the Club to his thigh, lie is not vrimisl hurt. night, when coinmiiiees of ladies will be There is no clew to the thief except named to act with the gentlemen to that he is a Negro. make the undertaking an unqualified H The Court Hotise was filled with a very laige crowd of citizens lust Friday nigm to near Itev. W. it. Llovd, of the Christian Church, uciiverau address to the v ouuuercial club his subject being Industrial Prosperity. He was listened to eiy utiemivelv fur about an hour, and when concluding the address was greeted by hearty applause. Chairman Harris praised Mr. Lloyd's remarks and in ited oilier sieakers to come and address the Club. Mr. James Stoutler spoke about the good old prosperous times in KichmouU u few eais back and how to bring a return ol&ame. Mr. O. C. Wallace advocated less speaking aud moie work, and moved that for ail future meetings- the time be limited to oiih hour and a half. George M. liiging asked the Chair it the permanent organization hail been perfected He then reminded tiie Club in a ten or tiiteeu minutes talk that the town ot Uichiuoiid was founded on July 4th, for-wa- id Alex Jones, of Boone county, lost his mind brooding over the death of a horse lie had owned since a boy. John M. Atherton was chosen a d rector of the L. & N. iu place of John D. laggart, of Louisville, deceased At Milan, Tenu , Sohn Sowers, while drunk, fatally stabbed his half biothei , who was trying .o take him home. The present term of the Jessamine circuit court sent lo convicts to the KM at most attractive prices. Our line of Wash Goods is complete and penitentiary. r3rt Fn Orjrandies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead the town 3-- j I s So when visit the City don't fail to enroll your name on our roster to fight high prices and cheap material. Remember Ave will protect you in every purchase, large or small. White -&-- Gibson, f $ D. B. Shackel- & Co. have re- - ,,. d rtTi-c- t II Keep Their Families y -- few-yard- s er Russei.lvili.e, Ky., June 27- .- Prof. Henrv U'lawl Trimble, of this place, ha-- , been offered and will accept an in history, llniv rsitv of Chicago. Prof. Trimble was formerly professor of history m I'.elliel college, and .it the annual faculty election held recently in- retvived a tlatler-in- g vote for president of that institution. - Pror. Trimble Called to f.'hlcacn Oa lee Is Summer. 'TyT ESSRS. ' ford & " Ilililby I RussEi.i.vtM.E, Ky.. June 27. (leo. Scott, a Nego. about 21 years old. who had been in jail here for several weeks on a charge of attempting to rape Mrs. Wm- - Scroggins, who lived near Ad was hung by a mob about 1 o'clock Sunday morning The Negro made no resistance whatever. The tir-vill- e, M,. jailer was overpowvred. Versailles, ." atLaw-reuceb- urg did considerable damage to crops and gardens. All lowlands were submerged. Several dwellings on the lower edge of Versailles were partially under water. heaviest rain for years fell in this county Sunday morning from 't to 7 o'clock. The damage to fencii.fr and crops will amount to several thousand dollars. The Kentucky river at this point rose five feet during the das ar.d is still rising. Death of Warrrn Waller Illne. Bowi.ixo Greex, Ky., June 27. -W- arren Walker Hines, aged S3 years, died at the home of his daughter, about two miles from this city. He was the father of 'the late Chief Justice Thomas Jienry mnes and of Hon. Edward W. Residence Submerged. Ky., June 27. This county was vis'ted early Sunday morning by a terrific rain storm, which put water courses out of their banks and and sweet. They are indispensable arti- - 4 cles. Ice is nice but onlv once or twice will you buv it iC 311st to see it melt away in the j. warmth of summer without a JW refrigerator or ice box to j& keep it and to keeD vonr milt JLz butter, meats, etc. cold, fresh A" Drop in and see the styles of boxes before the stock is picked over " ceived a large assortment of Al5i refrigerators and cold storage ice boxes which they are $$ hustling off at your own price. c -- A$ 1. Frankfort, LVtmage Amount to Th.jtHKiid. 1 Ky.. jWne 27. Thi 9 Ueii Rhmit. T S Co., Succtssors to Shackelford Jt Gentry. KicmioxD, Ky. W -- fcf" WMWWlMMMMfcfeft From Rowell's Newspaper Directorij. "The Richmond. Kv.. 3 wh j i- - ju., T-- ... . . the Eighth Congressional District." SUBSCRIPTION, $1.25 Hinesthe well-know- n lawyer. .. )5 la Aiyasce, The.only paper In E winch sapports-al- l the Democratic . A nominees. 7mm :.i 1. . 300! " to vonsta- - i r i -- .. m LI BpenJa jiirents, .f-r- The Rev. ivoniicdy","'WllIiC "prencrmnr in a church in Hannibal, Mo., impres- - poYder."The8ireirropioat?Wu T ucjgMarf-- - , - j ' JK i ' 4-- Z? aasa "" TlK I kRtRtR nn 1U a i! M o ai Arc much In little; always ready, efficient, satisfactory ; prevent a cold or fever, cure all liver 111, rick head H ache, Jaundice, constipation, etc rrlce 25 cent. The only 1111 to take with Uood's Sarsapattlla. Pills XI V 1 1 S i & i A- - CASTLE! ' MS Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with BARGAINS in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes, In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. SST'It will pay you to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying. elsewhere. 2! a a: W. H. Lyons, private Secretary of Senator Deboe, has beon given an army appointment, with rank of Captain. Win your battles against disease blading promptly. One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results. When taken early it prevents consumption. And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief. Douglas & Wines. The Fourth regiment, under Col. Colson, will soon be mobilized at Lexington. Hollo!. Ji Tif SBfiliK Ar " " ii. ii. AUCUS HELD 9 VERDICT RENDE in Did you 6ay that you were not feeling well and that your stomach was out of order? Well then, try a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and you EIGHMOHD, MT. STEELING AND GEOEGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OP THE 9 Style, Quality Ln&. Price Guaranteed. 9R ii 207 WEST MAIN cured. Sick headache cured. Greatest boon to mankind and is being appreciated by thousands. 10c will get you a trial size bottle. Larger sizes 50c and $1 00. Of B. L. Middelton. are sure of relief. Constipation and'in-digestio- n Bee Cash Store CottiDan J9 pll& (S Met ia caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of Wash Fabrics ever held in the Blue Grass Regions of Old Kentucky. pruv'J iai junel lni There are only three places where liquor is sold now openly in Rowan county. E. C. Blanks, of L"wisvillc, Texas, writes that one box of DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve was worth $50 00 to him It cured his piles of ten years standing. He advises others to try it. It also 'v- - Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale ; thejr must all go. This sale will last for 10 daj's 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 cany to correspond with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out at 3 cents per yard, former price 5 cents. Tip yuipyLnyj yyiuiiy a uuiiii mi i jls jl ic fi&fli&&lltf Planter STREET, RICHMOND, KY. Proctor Knott Cigar. Not Out of Business. cures eezema, skin diseases .ind obstinate sores. Douglas & Wines. James Iledger, one of the most respected citizene of Anderson, is dead. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, J CTNE 20 o 5 O O 3 Adverti.-emeu- ts will he received In THE CLIMAX w ith the guar- antee that its circulation exceeds that of any other paper published in Richmond. Coleman NefT & Co., are prepared to 1S9S. fill all orders for coal. They are the only-- ones handling coal from the celebrated Pine Knot Coal Co.'s Mines. Telephone 90, It. N. I & 11. depot. g g O jnnc22-lNew Deputy-Collect- Yerkes has appointed Millard West, of Lancaster, to be Deputy O c Collector for the district composed of Garrard, Madison, .Rockcastle, Estill and Jackson counties. Mr "West sucDr. Hobon, DeiitUt. ceeds Thos. Austin, resigned, and will Proctor Knott be located at Lancaster. The best smoker, the O Three More Richmond Boys In Chickamauga. mayll-Gm- o dear. Charles Dudley. Claude Lyter and carriage. Jesse Kennedy left for Winchester last Read Covington & Mitchell's ad on Saturday, where they were examined and passed by recruiting officer, J. F. first page. Cohen, and lelt at once for ChickamauThe state favorite, llio Proctor ga, where they have been mustered in Knott cigar. as members of the second regiment. Head D. P. Armor's advertisement A Fight With Knife and Club. elsewhere in this issue. Pill Teasdale and Xin Watson, two A. B. Patrick has been granted boys of Whites Station, on their way the fall school at White Station. home from Richmond drunk, one day Monday bHng July 4th, a holiday. last week whereupon Teasdale cut County court will convene on Tuesday. Watson twice slightly and Watson retaliated by striking Teasdale over the See Midkiirsline of buggies before head with a club, and thus the fight was you buy. All work guaranteed, ended. mav W. A. Powell has sold his house and lot on Fifth Street to John M. Williams. I have the best and cheapest road wagon on the market. mayll-GmS. L. Midkifk. Rev. Dr. MaeMillan's subject for next Sunday's sermon will be the Problem of Charity. Did 3'ou ever hear of such bargains as Covington and Mitchell are oliering? Head their ad. Don't wait until the last day of the your bill heads printed. month to Tliih ollice has all sizes and the lowest pi ires. The blackberry crop promises tobe a hummer this year. Every fence corner is full of bushes and every bush is loadid with fruit. 1 have on hand- now a full line of high gr.ulo buggies, carriages and road wagons at lowest prices, S. L.MIDKIF1'. mavll (imo Mrs. Williamson will resume her Private School on Seventh street the lln,t Monday in September and would b gratiful for your patronage o Let Midkiil paint and trim your Degrees Conferred. Upon recommendation of the Facul- ty of Georgetown College the honorary degree of LL. D., was conferred by the Trustees, upon Prof. Jesse 15. Thomas, D. D., of Xewton Theological institute, Mass , and upon J. 15. Marvin, M. D., of tho Kentucky School of Mediciue, Louisville. Winchester Court. "My daughter was afllicted with The Allamont and Manchester railscrofula and rheumatism and she was road will be sold at auction July 8. very nervious. We read testimonials was my great affliction for a numnot help about Hood's Sarsapilla and concluded ber of years. Doctors did to try it. After she had taken four botTetter, and Eczema. me.Byafriend's advicelbegan using tles of this medicine she was cured of The intense itching and smarting inciall these troubles." J. A. Elliott, dent to these diseases is instantly allayed your medicines, and was perfectly by applying Chamberlain's Eye and cured after taking three bottles of Shady, Tennessee. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headindigestion. Prico is equally efficient for itching piles and ache, biliousnei-snipples; 25 cents. It a favorite remedy for sorefrost bites chapped hands, chilblains, The 2d Kentucky has at last been and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. supplied with arms Springfield rifles. J. MURPHY,173MnlberrySt,Newark,NJ. Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., snys just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and that for constipation he has found Thoy are not food but Competitive Examination. Little Early Risers to be perfect. vermifuge. for medicine and the best in use to put a They never giipe. Try A competitive examination will be stomach and liver troubles. them Douglas horse in prime condition. Price 25 held in this city July 15 and 10, for & Wines. ;ents per package. beneficiaries to the A. & M. College. Mt. Sterling has reduced its city tax Desha Lucas, the "human plow," is Miss Ramsey's Musical. rate from 50 to 2? cents on tho $100 with the Paris Campany. In beautifully decorated parlors, reTEA cures Dyspep-The Modern Beauty dolent with the perfume of plants and PjUfANUBIAN lUIIlvl v sia, Constipation and Indi- Thrives on good food and sunshine, flowers, Miss Ida Ramsey's musicale gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. plenty of exercise in the took place at her home on Broadway, in Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to AV. with form glows with health open air. Her and her the presence of scores of delighted G. White. face blooms with Its beauty. If her d system needs the cleaning A barn belonging to Drs. E T. action of a friends and patrons of this gifted, de& Son, two miles and a half from laxative remedy, she uses the gentle serving musician. Her pupils acquitted and pleasant Svrup ot .bigs, made by themselves with credit and tho evident Lexington, burned Tuesday. the California Fig Syrup Co. only. satisfaction of the audience was no less Tho merst of Hoods Sarsaparilla Henry G. Trimble has been named pleasing to the pupils than to their Is literally written in blood. postmaster for Somerset. and gifted teacher. The proin the vital fluid It is traced Of millions of the human race. gram was lengthy, embracing some of Iligi'tin it. Its positive medicinal merit. the'uiost difficult compositions, executed That's where Dr. Caldwell's Syrup And curative power is written with a grace and precision worthy of .Pepsin is. The greatest remedy forthe Upon the hears, and graven upon stomach that was ever put together. older scholars. Among those who took The minda of thousands Absolutely vegetable with the except Of people whom it has cured. part were: Misses Leo and Fannie ion of the Pepsin. Are you constipaAnd given good health Nellie and Clara Prather, Birdella Barton When there seemed nothing before ted? Then try Syrup Pepsin. Have Jacob, Katie Devore, Pansy Witmer, you indigestion or sick headache? Them but darkness and dispair. Then use Syrup Pepsin. Spend 10c for Mary and 'Myra Creed, Minnie Gibson, It cures all diseases arising a trial bottle and you will be convincFrom or promoted by impure Nannie Boudiuot, Jennie and Maggie ed. Large sizes 50c and $1.00. A true RIood by its intrinsic merits as Hudson, and Mattie Christopher. Miss family remedy. At 15. L. Mibdelton. The One True Blood Purifier. Ramsey also assisted in the entertainjuneS-ljunel-lment, which was pronounced a perfect success. Salt-Rheum tt catarrii Was Very Nervous. Sold by Perry G. White. cures ts m. i Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. r-- u u l &. Thomas, successors to W. 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. We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up between our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from Gie to 8c per yard, not ii piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to 18c per yard. Md , darsaparia." Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Fr.incais will be sold in this sale it Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per d. De-Wit- t's 40y vxS. 8 Hag-yar- have eceutly added to our line of imported French Organdies about 300 new styles and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, tho fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former price 23c to 35c Come early to get choice. All our new Val Laces, Ileal Handmade and Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hamburgs and Embroideries of all kinds, Taris Mulls, Swisses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. Prices on ah other lines of goods we carry including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, etc , have been made so low in this sale that each and every item purchased will be Yon can't go wrong here. a bargain "Wc -- Remember, prices named oh ourentire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all our stores. Now is the time to enlist as a customer-W- e are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry ' j make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to t attend. We did not intend to hold this sale when we began ghing tiekets on our handome Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come oarly and avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. V sKS&y E3 w iDHAM & COMPANY. Sbili w ims fc m m gt 3)-- J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports but few cattle on the market: Best price 4 cents for some 1,210 pound steers; good work oxen 1,200 to 1,400 pounds cents; quite a number of sheep on hand and sold at about $2.50 per head. Lambs in good demand at 5 cents; nod demand for ewes. 4 How to Prevent Smut in Wheat. Common School Per Capita Will us Over $2 20. - A special from Franktort to the Lexington says: The Superintendent of Public Instruction is making up the common school per capita for next year, lie announces that it will be larger than last year, when it was $2.20. Low Rates 4lh ol July, Via Sotuhern Railway. juoe22-3- m "Everybody Knows Streng" is a good way "to discribe that hustling merchant's reputation for fair dealing, good goods, and low prices. He will do you right. See ad. Messrs. C. T. Jackson and Robert (ildeu have purchased the A. D. Iiura Marble Works on Main Street, The Wheat Crop. and will continue business at the same There seems to be some difference of stand, with George 0. Dozicrasman opinion as to the quality of our present a .rer. wheat crop, but reports indicate that Read the money bargains Coviug-t..- u it is not equal to las! year's. The in& Mitchell offers in this issue of dications too point to disappointment p '1 he Climax. Their ad. cannot pos-- as to yield. The price is yet an hly be over looked, and should you matter, but point to a 6tart at a tad to read the contents, word for word. fiVure. The future 70 cents set some tu are certainly the loser. time ago for "the crop will be in the -- The R. X. I. & B. will sell tickets neighborhood at which the crop will Reporter. from all stations to Estill Springs begin marketing. Paris Money in Stawberries. a fare and J one loth to October 1st, at a third for round trip and on Friday Mr. Harry S. Morgan, of Whites Staan.l Saturday of each week ood re- tion whom we take pride in saying is turning followiii" Monday at one fare one of the best farmers, in Madison tf round trip. county, had in a strawberry patch this part of an Reduced rates via Ju. & K., $1.35 to year about aero from which ho informs us he Leington and return acct Chatauqua, of nice berries. At June 2l)th, to July 9th, good until July gathered 60 gallons olf of an acie of ground j'ou 11th. Low rates to all points July 2 3, thuj rate gathering about 1,200 a. 4. good until July 7. One fare plus could rely on and return gallons of berries, an.l to sell them at $2.00 to Wsueington D. C. which is a low July 4th to 7th. good until August 31. 25 cents, per gallon, an income of this would bo Omaprice, Low rate to Kansas Citv and about $300.00- - What pays better? ha acct Exposition. p 8i unde-veloth Such a great amount of inteiestis our next ational Holiday July 4th and so many of our citizens will want to take a few days of! to celebrate the day of Independence, thai the Southern Railway will sell round-tritickets between all its stations in Kentucky, at low rates Tickets will be sold July 2nd and 3rd, and morning trains of July 4th good to rjturu until July 7th. now taken in Mr. I). C. Shelby, Nicholasville, in writing to the Farmers Home Journal of last week in answer to questions upon the above subject, kis: "I with to tay that way back in the fifties smut was common in this section. With one exception, an old, experienced farmer (Henry Metcalf, deceased) never had smut in his, when it was common with all others, and this was his remedy as proven year after car: Let your seed wheat tmt thoroughly ripe betore harvesting and sow no other kind and you will never havo smut wheat. If tho farmer has a largo crop tohaivest leave plenty of the best for seed to net dead ripe and cut balance as you like. Hope this will be time to benefit those who are troubled with smut. This is the whole secret No bluestone or anything of the sort is necessary, just sow dead ripe wheat and nothing else. Try it and see." ass 63 B5 p reat rices. - Mid Summer Clearance Sale! Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our M The dpspeptic carries a dreadful load on his back. It seems as if he were really made up of two men. One of them ambitious, brainy and energetic; the other sick, listless, peevish and weak man The without force. weighs the other one down. The dyspeptic may be able to do pretty good work one day, and Ihe next day because of some little indiscretion in eating, he may be able to do nothing at all. Most cases of dyspepsia start with con slipation. Constipation is the cause of of all human sickness. Some of its symptoms are sick and bilious headach, dizziness, sour stomach, loss of appetite, foul breath, windy belchings, heartburn, pain and distress after eating. All these are indicative of derangenients of the liver, stomach and bowels, and all are caused by constipation. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the quickest, easiest and most certain cure for this condition. They are not violent in action. stamps to Bend 21 cents in World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page COM MAN SENSE MEDICAL ADVISER, illustrated. It Mayfleld suffered a $15,000 fire Monday; the Mayfield Lumber Co. sustaining SU.OOO of it. nine-tenth- s one-ce- The time of year has arrived that we inaugurate A GEEAT CLEARANCE SALE. Every dollars worth of goods ts3i in our house must be sol. Our prices will make them go. Eead carefully, it will be money saved by doing so. Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $3.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $4 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $4.50 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $1.25 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price $1.50 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price $1.75 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price $2 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price. .'. $2.25 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price. . $3 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price $3.50 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price $4 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price $5 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price $3 Dutchess $ 2 2 3 3 1 1 1 1 Father -- The Prison Mirror, published in the Guido Biancke. the popular confec- firm. Minnesota penitentiary, says: "Why and "'estaurant man of this city, ib it, that from the first inception of tioner A somachful of undigested food is delighted to receive a letter from about as unhealthy a mass as one can our paer until the" present timo we was father, who had well imagine. his have never had an editor sojour in our Italy Stating that charge conWhat can be done with it? have been been imprisoned on some midst7 Other professions digest It There it stays. It with the bread riots in that churns up, ferments won't decays; beand well represented; of preachers we have nected ago, had semonths comes poisonous (as all putrid matter had enough to furnish subsistence to country several m cured his release. The elder Biancke does) and causes great pain and an African chief for a yeaie; doctors disorders. may well be termed a sufficient number to depopulate a writte what hand." Cynthiaua DemIn oruer to change all this, take State, and enough Iawyeni to establish "fine Italian Shaker Digestiye Cordial. It stops fermentation and decay at a fair sized colony in hades, but editors ocrat. city, once, so that no more poisons are Mrs. Joe Gunclngliani, of this not one." deep-seated Free. The best medicine you can take is that which builds a solid foundation for health in pure, rich blood Hood's Sarsrparilla It county sold $02,000 1J per Franklin cent 20 year bonds at par to a Chicago Our $5.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $6.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $8.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price. Our $9 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $10 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $12 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price .:...."... Our $15 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $18 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price ' Our $5 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price. Our $6 Young-Men- 's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $7 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $8 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $10 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our 51 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $1.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $2 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $2.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our $3 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Our S3.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price. Our $4 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price... . . . 10 Cents for a Button. j $1 For a Rip Pants, Dutchess make. Our $2 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $2.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale 'Price ." .... 1 9 $ 3 50 4 50 o 3 3 ... 6 00 6 75 7 25 r. 9 00 ".'. :. 11 25 13 50 3 50 4 50 5 50 6 00 . . . . : 7 25 75 1 15 1 50 1 75 2 15 -- 15 40 00 40 00 15 30 50 75 25 65 00 75 OUR HATS. A A A ? A 1 A 1 A A 1 1 1 1 A A A A I 2 3 50 Straw Hat . 75 Straw Hat . 00 Straw Hat 25 Straw Hat . 50 Straw Hat . 00 Fur Hat . . 25 Fur Hat . . 50 Fur Hat . 75 Fur Hat . . 50 Fur Hat . . 00 Stiff Hat. GEINTS' FURNISHINGS. A Good Linen Collar A Good Pair of Sox 50 Cent Neck Wear 25 Cent Neck Wear A Large line of Wash Ties at. Negligee Shirts 3 3D 2 85 - ...Sic ..3Sc .' ,.10e ..20c 1 50 1 75 ... 5c 45c Everything in our house goes at this Clearance Sale. no object, as indicated by our quotations. and new A Killing at Fort Estill. Guido Biancke. is ff sister of Monsieur Auction! Auction!! Auctlonll! At Fort Estill last Saturday afternoon, James Moore, Mail carrier between here and Kingston, shot and lulled his brother-in-laJohn Harris, .., . lo .i a im a 4i calibre revolver, t.ro .- nt.n.. ii-i r r w i ! - .t- - Iin :: f flm fVll i ii ' n v ib iiih aud expired arc colored t.-lC? -- 30th, I Beginning Thursday, June my entire will sell at public auction Goods, Motions and stock of MHiin'-r1 nave reuicu ". i Tr.1nrirMr. u"u"":"n .aleJjank and Trust Com y 1 i - ..... "." outgrowth of family trouble uarrw, wiwn.v. rt!li mllliuerv it is claimed, tried to induce Moowfi newest ,in8 ric0 (faev wny ' wife to leave him. Deputy Sheriff will M ,. ;,, be a,iowed. Uolyer and Broaddus arrested Moore brii. ,J. .- - c!oso out-thBlDUff I atKino.c is ...! -- ftuwH auu iquuvu s.. jiuM i Thk ill TTriH resume business -, Latee. Moore was tried yesterday ennmT : .r. MM.IIIC! Kvnrv- - ' v. mng ueiore Judge Sullivan ami a- jsale. tiie u charged on hearing testimony for Cow- flf Beettally, monwealth. Defendanfwss reprenoafc-j- g '..&& ffrmnirQ. 5&' 1 cd by J. o. &. D. M. Chenaalt. I.1,l e created. 1 1 clears the stomach of poisons already there. It helps It to turn the food that remains, into healthful nourishment. It strengthens the stomach for the next meal. Here is the whole philosophy and cuio of indigestion in a few words. And w hat's more, it's all true. Try it. J;3iaker Dlcestive Cordial is for Nile bv druggist, price 10 cents to $1.00 a boltle. It 'I'hmnug . navis. pflitair rif tlm Mav.- vIKe Ledger, has been arjpointed Stamp Deputy at that city by Collector Roberts. 1 We want to sell the goods. Prices Give us a look. No old goqds, everything fresh ii sp a pa m afitij :' ?- -;i .r'V": M1!." m jok 1 T" tfc -. ? --- Gihonmwte of persona have been euiBd of pilesby usingi OeWitt's Witch curbs eowasaaHd g iv&s f S -- ' Haiel Salve., -- Cua. i3te " - It all skin dieeaee. relief. ' heals promply and Dougl jw 7 " -- It & o- j L'i- "" :.Tb& CllotMer; vThe Shoer. -- b Hatt$ L Tlis Piimisber. Vsn. C , ;i" "3 3.3 '! ' ? - 3i5' ; i A 5. j, .?" ''-- ' ?$&&& ?": "? -- SSSrT' kfcw ? pm" gln.i ;ytf.. 'V"' ?ygJ?rJTJi rA v V f ir f itfifC,. . j. "'' v. t I " L - CALL AT-- - 4 Genuine SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Mil Water Kept on Tap. tiyffik. THE EXCELLENXB OF SYRUP OF FIGS County Court Days. Paris, Bourbon county, first Uonday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommo bT dating clerks. up-to-date Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark woodford county, fourth county, fourth , Monday. is due not only to the originality anil simplicity of the combination, but also to tho care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fiq Svrup 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 Strop Co. only, a knowledge of that fact wilL assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured ty other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Sruup 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. Inordertogetits beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. HAN FRANCISCO, Saratoga Verbailles, Monday. DEDICATED an entrace to the best society. His answers partake of nit of the highest order, devoid of offence. Tho following rules given to the young men of his acquaintance to govern their manners iu society and make them leel at ease is as follows: "When you enter a room ask the hostess to take down her painting from the wall so you can get a bettor view of them. 'Tell her you have seen finer pictures, rub your bauds over thtm and ask her to replace them on the wall. "This will show her that you are up to snuff and understand art from the word go. NEW YORK FASHIONS. ALL WOMEN Gentlemen wear brilliantly colored hose. Should xnow tbat tho "Ola Time" Eemedy, Phone 3. Second St. KY. liWiniOXD, P5 TO "HIS ROYAL SWEETNESS," !!. R. SMITH. 'Then if you are embaiassed, and gawky-liktake from your right vest e, r 1 --- o CO o r 3 "5 B 3 jis 2 5 ; ir s . Sail a o B- -rl - t s? ;? tf - -- "IE 5 td O o w rrr CSgSCSCS ere-e'e- r ii-iia- a; B S3 ti til 1 B Cat. LOUISVILLE. Kj. jan5-ly SEW TORE, X. Y-- PC; err b" PrT 2 K5SS o t i LOUISVILLE nU lLi lou,sville' Railway. ky- - lm &ni Ohio Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Acoom 6 55 " 30 3 00 4 50 Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V am am pra ptn km (icntlemen'fi Cafe on Office floor. Plans. EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and ML Sterling Accom 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sun-d- a . Other trains run daily Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates orsleeperreervations K HOOD Agent L.A.N.Ry., call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W BARNEY. D V A. C & O. Ry . Lexington. Ky. The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the citj'. Every convenience for ladies spending the da' in the city. MUSIC : Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. EA Pi THOS. A. MULLIGAN, ER THAN EM. decl-l- v MANAGER. HlT44HHHTTHHyTTHTTV The present schednle of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and Neu Orleans. hasinadeif'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 NewOrleans Vcstibuled "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 Care and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, alo a weekly Pullman Tout lit Car for California , 9 2.5pm Lve Louisville eery Thursday 8 18a in Arr Memphis Friday. 7 15pm Arr New Orleans Kridat 8 aijiir Lve New Orleans Friday 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 45pm Arr BIaso Snnda 9 2iipm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr ban Francisco Tuesday Tkis i Rook & mmm FOR'. SovrvaA.o X territory 5uc, Sac, aud. oVccaAbtyI bus..1 X mFour of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. In the Pnidintal, jou are offered the on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again Rive the best We Mill not traiinact business with irresfion-Mbl- e companies. 261 Second Street, ii ft' Trif Kitkr Hwlr U (ikfcnu. lest Life Insurance attainable, and Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory nirntionol will do well to communicate with It H Fowler, Tra fling Passen- ger Agent. Louisville. Kj . Wi. Alpord Kkixond. A G. P A., A II. Haxsox, G P. A., Lonisville, Ky. dec29-l- y Chicago. HI. Up Je2-l- y -- Stairs. 4- - - R. N. I. & B. B, R. Time Table No. 33. Takinc Effect May 2, 1803. LAST BODND. Hon-laj- THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. Can , be 1st Class. 2d Class. No. 1 I No 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San Versailles Nicholas ville Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberley. Rrassfield Panola A.M. n 11 02 io 11 P.M. 7 35 8 00 6 52 A.M. 5 30 6 48 An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Headers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his 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 awav, will send THREE FKEE 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 consider it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by anv modern genius. Ills assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is by "heartfelt letters of Sroven his American and Europeangratitude," laboratories in thousand t those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lnngtroi3les lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicin: wi'l be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that jou saw his offer in the Richmond Czjmax. jly7-l- y 2S 11 41 11 68 8 13 P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 IE 30 35 1 05 830 820 850 10 10 10 10 11 9 15 00 as 25 40 35 Irvine wbst hocid. Irvine . No. 2 i No. 4 No. 8 No 10 Ex Sun, Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. P. M. 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 03 25 30 41 47 15 30 45 4 10 5 00 P. M. Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles A. M 11 5 1 1 1 ti5 20 15 6 05 6 20 6 31 6 58 7 50 2 15 3 00 3 25 I JO 6 10 4 P. M. P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Loui3ville. All trains connect with C. N. O.&T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. ' A. M. .m m rABTBQpyn. Gi SOUTHERN RAILWAY. UN KENTU KY) In rnVel 3Iay I 1. 18DS. 1 1 On S.K.&K, The Leading Specialists of America Ar La'renceb'g .. Ar VnriiUe. . Ar Lexington Lv Ltxinrlo-Louii-till- Ar Sbelbyvtl. wthTuop.tu. Lv Louisville ...... . No. t. 7 9 .. .. SJiSam 6.30pm B.OOpza laiGam 6.52pm lO.Ottpo b.Q5&m X o. 5. X o. 3. am CUfiptat 7.45pm (Mm 6.SSpm, 9.07pm 20 - YEARS IK OHIO. As I hit this June afternoon beneath the Fprcading boughs of :i stately elm v.lielo the gentle zophjrsaro latleued witti the fr.tgr.inee or June flowers and the MirrounthiiKS of nature have readied perfection, meditation draws from the animated visible garment of the universe happy expressions, until I feci in harmony with my surroundings, ami forthwith troops of gentle thoughts invest, themselves on every band with chosen words when I speak of him, whose flowery eloquence, rare conversational powers, and princely department, have gained for him the appellation, "His Royal Sweetness. In the mouth of flowers in the quiet suavity of manners like smooth little town of Irvine on the mellifluent flowing streamlet throughthe exuberent Kentucky river, surrounded by lofty pastures has gained lor "His Royal hills, is where "Ilis Royal Sweetness Sweetness" an enviable position. first saw the light of day, twenty-tw- o Twilight h gathering and I must summers' ago. Reared amid romantic draw a curtain between the world and sceuery for which that section is far-"His Royal Sweetness" as night draws famed, h drank at the fountain of near. The suns departing ray kisses picturesque beauty in boyhood happy the gentle twilight, and rainbow tints hours, he became intoxicated with the fade away into night where loved ones poetic grandeur of nature and its sub- are brought to us in our dreams. lime intellectual inspiration that was The pensive mood of our hero betrays infused in his mental traits as he his love. May Juno succeed in n eared the aurora of manhood days. bringing about a happy consumation Gifted, refined and educated, he between two hearts, that the fog holds a position in friendship circle a which exasperates his longing will pass Prince might envy. away and the world will be a vast "Wedded to the ideal in nature, and cornucopia pouring out fruits of joy unreposing in her tranquil joys, he has at til they reach the share of eternal last been turn from her entrancing emyouth and love. Jay Ell Ess. brace by a shaft from cupids bow, sent Valley View Ky. with unerring instinct by an archer who has bombarded his fort of affecBueklen's Arnica Salve. tions and completely deweyized"His The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Royal Sweetness." A life without love Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever is like sunshine without shadow, and the disapazon in admirations harmony Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilCorns, and all Skin Eruptions, his ripened into love, in fact the two blains, and positively cures Piles, or no pay reoften dwell under the same roof and become joined like two bubbles float- quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect ing side by side until they touch and satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Perrj' fc become one in the waveless ocean of Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to "W. heaven born love. det-1G. White. ly All is changed. Happiness seoms to come to him by chance, just as the PRIVATE ROOMS ON TRAINS fiowers grow on the mountain slope; Over Pennsylvania Route to Chicago. one hillside where the sun shines brightly and the dew kisses just as New Pullman Compartment Sleeping gently shows nothing but weeds, an- Cars have just been placed in service other hillside cared for by nature iu on Pennsylvania Short Line from Cinthe same way is banked with violets in cinnati to Chicago. The compartments the springtime, roses in summer, and are luxuriously finished and contain all even the snow seems to lie more accessories of a modern bedchamber. smoothly on it in winter. Some there The new cars leaves Cincinnati daily are you know who have planted weeds at 8:35 p. m. and go through to Chion their hillside, et to the world wear cago, reaching that city iu time for flowers, but who have flowers for the breakfast. For further information heart and flowers for the world. Our apply to Geo. E. Rockwell, A. G. P. hero has flowers for the world and a Agt Cincinnati, O. rare boquet of affections for one who has turned his life into a delightful The human machine btarts but once romance, the creation of a lovers mind. and stops but once. You can keep it Who is this being that has wrought going longest aud most regularly by such a change in "His Iioval Sweet using Do Witt's Little Early Risers, the A venus whose name is to famous little pills for constipation and ness? bacred for these unworthy thoughts, all stomach and liver troubles, Doug- one whoso bewitching brown orbs re- las & Wines. minds you of some sweet celestial, or INNOVATIOH IN TRAIN COMFORTS. the Juliet of Shakespeare. Ak of iho glittering gems in the shareless blue Private rooms are a feature of tho if they have not lit his way as he wandered over hill and vale, in the S:3o p. m. train leaving Cincinnati twilight of evening, his thoughts linked daily over Pennsylvania Short Line by the golden chain of memory to an for Chicago. Tho new Pullman Compartment Cars otter this luxury. Pas-- f ideal farm in the busy little lown Is not this love. "His Royal Sweet- engers are entirely fi eo from intrusion ness" does not say in tones that are in the compartments, which are practiaudible yet his actions are influenced cally private rooms with all the comby a flame that was lit m heaven which forts and conveniences of similar apartcauses the eyes to grow moist at sunset ments in a modern home or hotel. and secretly drink their tears. "His Full particulars by addressing Geo. E. Royal Sweetness" to whom nature has Rockwell, A. G. P. Agt., Cincinnati. endowed with her gifts, his flights of Late to bed and early to rise, premetaphor and immagination when mus- pares a man for his home in the skies. ing alone, or penning jewels of thought, Early to bed and a Little Early Riser, culled from the flowers of speecli in the pill that makes lifu longer and betthe enchanted garden of a blissful ter and wiser. Douglas & Wines. memory, become a vague splender, like the fast fading recollections of a OMAHA EXPOSITION cloud at sunset, when fraukness, the Jane 1st to October 31st true sicn of nobility exerts itself among his friends. Frankness of manTHE GRANDEST EXPOSITION ner is an attribute lelonging to him, and he speaks of and to friends as his (except World's Fair) ever planned heart dictates He recognizes that in the United States. Located within speech is golden and that words are cheap and quick access of the entire tho currency of communication, he Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at therefore lets no counterfeit words be- your own doors. Through tickets become current in speaking of friends. yond Omaha allow stop overs. ReIn society ho wears the garment of duced excursion rates to Omaha. Take ease, plucked from the wardrobe of true the Burlington Route tho old and gentility. It is a fact proved by the firmly established line to and through Harsh experiences of life, that all the Omaha in any direction. virtues that can be crow ded into a man, Howard Elliott. L. W. Wakeley fail at times to make him happy. Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. Royal Sweetness" iu never sad only St. Louis, Mo. when Lis suspender buttons have their The Cuban question and political is'oHdays" as ho would probably jestsues sink into insignificance with the ingly put it. As he is an exemplar of social attain- man who suffers from piles. What he ments his many male friends question most desires, is relief. DeWitt's Witch him in regard to his success iu gaining Hazel Salvo cures piles. Douglas & Wines. pocket a hunk of chewing gum and i, Madcoolyl r givo it u yunk or nvo. T'nnewwi. it you are in tiio parlor ana com pany is around don't try to crowd out Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dcc8-ly- r Q. White. at the door, but ask thein to open the windows and tell thein you had just as soon jump out. Krnlnrky Fair I'atrs. side." "This will show them that you are An exquisite graduation gown shown Tho following are the dates for holdthoughtful lor tho feelings of others by Rest & Co. is of whito organdie, .and that you desiro to be accommoda-inup with a lot of tiny ruches and ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far mado wider flounces, edged with lace, and as reported to this office. Secretaries will land you on the completed by a broad organdio sash or other officers will pleaso advise 'These rules us of any errors or omissions in highest ring in the social ladder if pro- edged with ruching. perly carried out." Blacks, blues, tans, reds, cadets and the list: Lawieuccburg, August 16 1 days. "Her voice was low and sweet" is the navy blues and browns, all showing Fern Creek, Augnst 163 days. greatest praise that can be sounded, ap- fancy white stripes, appear iu Galatea Shelbyville, August 24 t days. plicable to a man by a mere change of cloths. Uardstown, August 30 5"days. Tailor-mad- o pronoun. This softness of voice and suits of wash materials o., Chat-inoojrg. The smartest cycling gown is with rather short Bkirt, and short Eton jackot. Stylish belts are of morocco with buckles appliquod large, tortoise-shel- l with silver. Wings, spangled quills and bright ribboiu are all used to trim tho alpine, turban and sailor hats so popular for outing purposes. Many puff and Ascot scarves may be J purchased with white duck or pique bands attached, which (obviate, tho necessity of wearing collars. With a light weight cloth costume may be worn u fancy strawliattrimmcd bimply with a twist of tullo around the crown caught bv a velvet rosette aud HhineKtono buckle iu front, tho haiiia also heading an ostrich plum which refct lightly along tho tulle on the left tailor-made, SXj CWU-Elrl- PLEASE Is the best lor Pesile Troabki. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs. Should be taken forChsnp ol LHe and before Iiaye stood tho Planters "Old Tine" years. test for two-it- aepis-i- y k Louis I him, y. ADVERTISE WITH DS, "WE ARE THE FE 1 ;. ' No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at .Mr. J. B. Willis". Richmond, Ky.,on WEDNESDAY, JULY 13tb, 1893, returning every second Wednesday of each month. Befercnce every physician of RichfeblG-lmond, Ky. aro either very plain, orsimply trimned with braid cording, or stitched bands of the material. White pique gowns are considered the extreme of wash smartness. The blazer jacket is most effectively worn oyer a full vert of fancy silk. Stripes, dots, plaids and crossbars appear in tho summer girl's neckwear. Evelyn Cable. CO. FOX, ESTILL Farmers are progressing nicely with their work. T. J. Hackworths distillery wilL shut down July 15. A. J. Willoughly, Esq., was hero this week buying cattle. John Groves was in College Hill Lagrange, August 313 days. Ol 1 11 O Bicycle.aold Watch. Diamond Vf Rinz, or a Scholarship in Business Elizabethtown, September 6 i days. t Draughon's Practical Tenn.,or College, Nashville, X. Glasgow, September It 4 days. WUjVlV Texarkana. Tex cr a 'scholarship in most any other reputable business colLouisville, September 266 days. lege or literary school in the V. S. can be secured days. Owensboro, October by doing a UtUeworlc at home for the Journal. nn illustrated Paducah, October 114 days. It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young Lancaster. people, but read with interest and profit by peoVersailles. ple of all ages. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Richmond. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this paper.) Danville. augl8-l- y Lebanon. Shepherdsvillo, Barbourville. Horse Cave. Bowling Green. I have rented for 1898 the several houses adEminence. vertised by me last December, but have now Winchester. four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at Morganfield. my oflice over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, i r ln free: S20.00 rrc aou). Ois. 99.- - A o y t7 XlAVlUi-syi-w JL V Do yon need a A Harrow, A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other '... dw Stt w: ,6 os a 9 9 8 ' 45 ' Youths-Advocat- kiiirtitads t . t semi-month- fis ." We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vnlcan Chilled Plows, ant Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware, andTinware. Tin Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. (tt 0 s IS a o Read This an26-tt Bros. TAYLOR................. .................... e seiiiitliiieiiiiiitia aaeaa8e0ea98esco ' 9 Hhi Notice to Creditors! Circuit Clerk's Office, June 18, 1893. E. J. Norris' Adm'rs., vs. Order. Mary Adams, ic. Ordered that the foregoing cause be referred to the Master Commissioner. AH persons having claims against Mrs. E. J. Noma, dtceased, are warned to appear before S. E Scott, M. C. M. C. C, and present their claims properly ercfied on or before the 1st day of the next September Term of said Court. 1893, else such claims will be barred. A Corv Attest S. H THORPE, JR., Je22-4CUrk. w wfth Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARRISH, this week on business. Mrs. J. M. Elliott is very low Headache ld? Attornev and Aeent. Get Dr. Miles' l'ain Pills. nervous prostrations. General F. M. Hall was in Madison this week on business. Mrs. Wm. Hall has been quite tick for some weeks but is out of danger now. with UEO. W. RILEY I S "We SXBOIDSB truthVI Till ii i n i i DIFLOMiCT! i Mrs. Amanda Willoughby, of College Hill, is visiting her daughter, Mis. J. II. Edwards. Kentucky river is so low that it can be foarded on horse back at any point where there is a road. LeoRoy Puckett, one of Estill county wealthiest and oldest citizens, is suffering from general debility. Boyd Wagers bought of different parties in this county, a car load of fat hogs. (Price clear out of sight.) Hogs are selling at 3 cents per pound here, while corn is going at 50 cents per bushel, and a good demand. Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celery Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 2G, '9G. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. 2s. Middelton. (Iruggistj and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation aud found that they gave rue immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Of 9 In Effect May I, 1833 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. LTe Yours very truly, Geo. W. Riley. Elkhorn Switzer.. Stamping Ground Duvalls Georgetown . Lve Georgetown. .. Arr Newtown ' Centreville.. " Elizabeth " Frankfort a.m. . 6 30 S 43 6 51 7 02 7 08 7 20 8 00 8 12 8 22 8 28 8 40 p.m. 3 00 3 20 3 32 3 4S 3 58 4 06 4 15 4 42 4 52 4 58 5 10 . MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE ME A MAN AJAX J ltt JWtrou crr,IapotcxicT. bj A huso . " " Paris . WEST BOUND. Lve Paris ... Arr Elizabeth ' Centreville of. ia4Sam 7J0pm lOSipra Xa6. No. 2. Xo.X 5.45arA 6.23am 250,000 Cured. Ar Ar VerMUl'e.. ... . Ar La'renrcb'j ..... Ar Sbelbyvllle-- . tion Chair Cars. EAKTHOUKD. i 7.15am 4 40pm 8.10am 5.oepmi . K3Tam! CTam. eUPpmi 10..Vam' 7.50pm WECURESTRICTURE Thousands of vounr and mit1ri1n.-u.A- l men are troubled with this disease many unconsciously. They may have a smart ing sensauon, small, twisting stream, sharn cuttiup nainnftt tim. cliM,. charge, difficulty in commencing, weak organs, cmisrfonf . and all tho rymptoms of nervous debility they have STRICTURE. Don't let doctors experimenton yon, by catting, stretching, or tearing you. 'ihiswillnntcureyou.asitwillrc-tum- . Our NEW MKTIIflTi TIIMAT. MENT absorbs the stricturo tissue; hence rcmorci thostricturo permanently. It can never return. Vn min , snfp.. ing, no detention from business by our ureuiou. xno scxuaiorgansaro strengthened. The nerves aio invigorated, and the bliss of manhood returns. 7J0am Trains Noh. 1, 2, 5 and 6 carry Free ObservaWESTDOUSD. Xo. 1XNol II., 7aiproiai3am ArHarodsbgAr 7Spmil055iun,Ar CASTUOUSU Xa 15.KX0.67.I SfTATIONS. "iiftpm 7.40am Lv Loulsvil litrmi DITl.m Ir TinlVtvIl 6.51pm taiftam'Ar Vertlles 7.1.ipm ILKfem Ar Midway BTATioys. ;Xo. 12. Xo. Ii. 4.05pm T.Htim Lv Loultvil Ar ia56am rtaupnii Ar LarncDrgAr' &zpm 8.2500? Uurgln . Lv. 4.3Upm! 4.40pm 7ui5ain h TVESTBODRD. TXo. 16.nXo.68. Ar 10.55am "756pm Iwl dr,in A Oim Arj ROJamj 4.15pm 7.4.pm ""rASTBODMl. li6?m Ar Georgtn Lv T.ltoml Ar) 7.45am. a.00pm 3.pm WESTHOUKD. WECURE GLEET TTnnftTi1 ef w(UB. tvirmir anil wuue WU lU(UUlC-tl,t- M9i iXo. "7.40am 5.1 BTATIOS8. JtXq 6.'tXo 2. 4.05pm Lt Loulsvil AnioJiSam! 7)pm loiiain CjCpmiLv Verslles A 7.50am, 5.00pm lLiCim 7JCpmiAr Xichlvill Ari CJCamt 4.10pm HJpm SJOpm Ar Richmnd Lv( fi.05azn, 115pm Wjira Ar Irvine Lvl. .. .1 iOOpm HTAT1QK8. l.No. k0 mj i"3 ircqacziuy unconscioaA iu Mcakncss, Vxmatural JJischnrgcs, Fail- uivnacKxi, xtexTonnieH, 1'oor iicm--- Ar Lcxiaun Ar Knfivi;ie...... Ar Ab-till- e A .vnnnakli Ar JacUkoarliie. Sr I.v Loiusrillc. .... ...... ......... Y c Ar Atlanta.......... ......... 5.00am;ll.40am Ar Macon .. ................... Ar JackaoBrllle...... ........ c.rspai... . . J.T Chattanooga . . M. 7.4tnm ft ro Ar Dlimtnsbam ................ li.aiim'iLiopm Ar Meridian .... Ar Nee Orleans. ........... iWJOumiiaaoam su. j ouna i rec uoair car lyoctnston. there conncctlag with Louisville to Solid Vestl-LTrain ciirryinic through l'ullman Sleeps t jC Car to B rraJeeacBi. Meridian and Xew ns. cUo makes dose coBaecUon at Cfeatto.' n.stt for AtSaata. iiaooa. JacltsoavtSo ad Ar ftiartAnwcca. . -- lXa.3T ii?-- L 7.10am, .xiriM liaiSatn 'lo.35iim E.l'.pm) 5.10am 1. 15pm 5.10am i 9.15am TJaTpra 6.30am 7am T!ulr ffirril I)nmuiAn i AXDUiuon, varicocele, hunkc rariff. etc GLEITT mid STIUCTUKK may bo tho caupe. Don't coaalt family doctor?, as they haro no iipcricuco in thcc ffccial digeww don't allow 'twuBausw HUUU v UlUVO IUUCU1U Ul .... TUKATMKNT ttiU posi- tlrr.lv rnm m? flnn .Knennl ,lnlt. for a case we accept for treatment and kuita.Ti AcriBi taouanuc lorn care. JET1I0D CURES GUARANTEED J)TUrN8vUI?NATUKAL I Look?" fc--' "How Dofrccmentlv How a woman asks this question! How much thought and study she devotes to it! It is natural. A woman hates to think that she is growing day by day less charming: and attractive and youthful to her husband's eyes than in the tlays of courtship. A woman may always retain her charms and the vivacity and' freshness of youth if she will take the proper care of her health. A tremendous percentage of in women tt due to weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is an un fail-tremedy for all disorders of this nature. It allays inflammation, heals ulceration, stops debilitating drains and soothes and tones the nerves. It preserves in a woman jui me cnann ot healthy youth. Thou-sand- s of women have testified to its merits. " Favorite Prescription " is sold by all dealers in medicines. Deal only where you are honestly treated. Ady storekeeper who tries to give you a substitute for what you demand is not treating: yca honestly and you should take jour trade elsewhere. nj mar-velo- liv?1 41 has no opposition, unless some one an48 j 59 nounces before that time, the primary " Elkhorn. 7 06 will be called off aud the committee " Frankfort 720 will declare Mr. Wheeler the nominee. C. D. IJERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent The Second District will hold iti GEO. H. 1IABPEK, Gcu'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. Democratic Convention at Henderson, June 2J), to nominate Hon. H. D. Allen HON. C. T. CALDWELL, who has no opposition. The Third nominated Hon. John S. Rhea at Bowling Green, June 15. The Republicans liavo of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom not made their call. mends "Wrights Celery The Fourth District nominated Hon. Capsules. D. II. Smith, April 24. No Republican call has beecuiade. Parkkksbukg, W. Va., The Democrats of the Fifth District will probably; not nominate a man beJanuary 26, 1995. fore August. The 'Wright Meo. Co., The Sixth has not had a call of either Columbus, Ohio. the Democratic or Republican comGentlemen: I have been using mittee. Wright's Celery Capsules since NovemIn tho Seventh the Democratic com- ber, 1S94, and find them to be as recomI first becan taking them mittee declared Hon. Evan Settle the mended. nominee, June 15. There has been no while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatbm, Liver and Republican call. Stomach trouble. Constipation which I Tho Eighth will hold a Democratic had been a long sufferer. I fouud the Convention at Danville, July 12. There Celery Capsules gave me great relief Srdm the beginning and have used them has been uo Republican call. The Ninth will hold its Democratic ever since. With pleasure,toand unsolicited, I recommend them any and Convention atCynthiana, August 10. all suffering with like afflictions or either The Tenth will hold a Democratic of them. Very truly yours, Convention at "West Liberty, June 23. Charles T. Calowell. Sold by T. S Hagan, Drnecist. Price The Eleventh will probably not have a Democratic nominee. The Republi- 60c ents and SI .00 per box. Call at drug6- cans have decided to hold a primary store and cet free sample. August 11. There is no contest for the Democratic nomination in tho First, Riclimond Produce t. Second or Sixth Districts. In the Fifth there is only one candidate announced, but several more are being urged to Reported every Tuesday at noon by make the race. In the Eighth Messrs. & Dealherago & Co., Staple and Faucy Groceries, Richmond, Kj McCreary. Thompson and Gilbert are contesting for the nomination. In the EGGS 7Jc cash; 8Jc in trade. Ninth there will be at least half a dozen BUTTER-Cho- ice names before the Convention. In the country, 1015c. Tenth the candidates are H. B. Kinsol-vinBEESWAX 2025c. John E. Garner, T. Y. Fitzpatrick, DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. the present Congressman, and D. D. WOOL Clear grease wool, 013c; Sublett. The Republican candidates in burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c tho Eleventh are Judge Vincent Boro-in- g CIIEESE-Count- ry, 10c. and John D. White. It is doubtful if White will go into the primary. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.5- 0$1 60. CLOVER THE CONGRESSIONAL HAOE. BLUE GRASS SEED-StripThere is no 40 word so full 50c; extra clean, 6075c; fancy clean, FIGURE St'CKEAKY IX. of meanine pure seed. $1$1.35. Several prominent Burgin politicians and about which such tender and BEANS-- $l 00S1.50 per bu. who frequent my office have been fig- holy recollections cluster as that NEW POTATOES-$1.001.- 25. uring on the Congressional race every of " Mother " she who watched SHOULDER MEAT-- Cc. day for a week. The result of their over our helpless infancy and guidBACON-8Jl- Cc. calculations and predictions is that ed our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant MothHAMS 10llc. McCreary will carry: er is beset with danger and ail ef-- LARD-78- J$c . . . . : g, SEED-$2.7u$3.50. Tiik Congressional Committee in the First District has called a primary for July 10, to nominate a Democrat candidate for Congress, but as Mr. Wheeler a.m. 9 20 9 9 10 10 10 11 Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvalls- " Stamping Ground Switzer . " " Newtown- - . 33 48 00 .. 40 56 10 . .11 25 11 35 11 55 932 p.m. 530 6 6 6 6 8 reUoie Lort Vitality la old or young, and ni a man. lor nayt Dosiums or namag. Pierftnt Insanity and Canscm&tisn if tttknn in time. Tfceir ao whajrs IrroedlMo imDrors. mentand effects a CUKE where all other fail Insist cpoa oaring tho genuine Ajax Tablets They hare cured thousand and willcnreyoo. We cive a written etiirnnte tn effect a euro CO rTC in each case or re f and the money. Price w ! wlOi per packace; or sit pkc, (fall treatment for tZSO. By mail, in plain iiranrer. receipt ot pricw. circular j or other Failing Mem Sleeplessness, etc- - encsed icosea and Indis U have found it best to tell the truth alxut the .!: we sell and when we do that it makes war vr competition. If instead of telling the truth practiced what we have come to call diplom.u-Avwould parade before the public some .o tifull polished lies, which, while they v u not offend, woidd mislead you. Rut -dispense with diplomae- - and tell the strain truth, hence when we represent a shoe t worth $2, $3, or $4, or an other price, you nu depend upon it in fact you can count on alvayrting your money's worth at our store. Our low pi for standard goods don't make n.s large profit Outsell e i ! I II :t i I i II H I . - I i - M l - 5 42 5 48 5 58 OS ""AJAX REMEDY CO., Forsale in Richmond, Herndon. Ky., by Hagan 4 y anl2-l- "c'tf 30 Phone, No. 21. ' Freeman ros, Fn.vr Sr f J It II s A I ViTllifil SOUTHERN Anyone sending a sketch and description may onlcklr ascertain onr opinion free betner an inTentlon Is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly oonnaenttaL. Handbook on i'atenb sent free. Oldest aircncr for securing patents. Patents ta) en throoch Mann & Co. recclvo tpteiot notice, without charare. In the EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' ;- -3 Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. MUTUAL N VESTMENT Scientific American, Branch Office, GS A handsomely lllnstrated weekly. renr: fonr months, Tersest of any scientuie Journal. Tenns. t3 a L Sold Uy all newsdealers. MUNN&Co.36lBroad 2S-- New York F Et, Washington, I. U COMPANY Of Lexington, Kentucky- Safest Investment OVER SDK. Wanted-- An CALDWELL'S CONSTIPATION.! PEPSH ! Who can think of some simple (mug io patent; Protect Tonr Ideas: tner mar brlni Ton wraith. Write JOHN WEDDEHBUTt!! & CO, Patent Attcr-neyWashington. D. C. for their J1.1U prize oiler and list of two hundred lurentions wanted. Idea . Largest Profits. s. I1Y mado easy Manufacturinr 1 lubber Stamps. Sena Jor Price List of Outflta to J. F. W. Dorman Co., 121 E. Fnyotto St--, Baltimore, UcL, LT.S-- il. Catalogue free. 100,000 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER $38,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. COUPONS PAID, MAY, 1SJS. Bbf. No. Coup. No Name. 853 EJJWrenn 1700 Terry Crostliwaito 1S20 Ii A Good 1S95 D P Keuyon 982 DB Good-.- .2029 Mrs KM Jasper 218S Mollie Simmons 065 DBGood 2360 R A Good 2547 H C Horsperger 2124 D B Good 2055 O 11 Mnrechall ... ; 2756 Dr S II Stevenson W B Anderson and wife. 2S80 1497 Dr A P Taylor.2304 Dr S A Donaldson 3023 GMAsher 1730 Good A Co 3127 W II Shears 3255 Dr A. P Taylor 1580 Metcalfe & Armstrong... 30S7 Meyer 3440 Norton 3540 K F Johnson 3648 W Newman 1993 A A Bartlett 219C Mary Shely 3707 G M Asher 3736 John L Fisher 3818 IiilHe Lochner 3893 Asa Dodge : 3902 Albert Uoehn 3955 Nellie Urown 4027 Luke XI Mihvard 40S5 FKilaus .. 4114 Vnl Schmidt- 4185 Barbara Preclitel 4250 J HTilforcl 4332" Stevens & Marshall i MOTHER! ped, 1437 1500 1550 1599 l&iS 1697 1750 1801 1854 The underacted has a farm of 200 acres, as a 1913 whole or to smt purchaser, which he offers at 195S private sale; situated at 2013 2001 -2110 on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa- 21G3 tered. There is no better land in Madison 2216 county. , It is a fine neighborhood and accessible bv 2265 turnpike to schcols, churches, railroads, mills, 2320 etc., within a hiilf mile of White's Station Post 2371 Office, ten miles from Richmond. 2427 TERMS Sale, will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, 2480 address 2527 25S6 FAR M IfFOR - Addhess. Lexington, Ky... Lexington, Ky..... Lexington, Ky.... Lexington, Ky ... Lexington, Ky Union Mills, Ky. Lexington, Ky ... Lexington, Ky.... Cost. $13.50 Vaiu i2; 1 -- 4L50 44.50 u" . !. 4450 43-- 50 121.1K' . 43.50 4iC0 42.50 41.50 42.50 41.50 41.50 120 ii . 120 1" Lexington, Ky .... 117.' 120.t 117.0 117 W Kene,Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington.Ky Chicago, III- Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Danville, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Danville, Ky WHITE'S STATION, 4I.S0 30.50 117 U - linx' 114 tHi 111-t- 4050 34JJ50 . one-thi- rd Geo. D. White, EH&AK FH J F feb3-t- f White's Station, Ky. 2C36 - Lexington.Ky Baltimore, Md 40.50 3S.50 30.50 39 50 3S.50 38.50 3S.50 34.50 114 mi lost"' 111. lull It' 10MA' 10.0l' SXUit' 1ii' Madison Lincoln Boylo Garrard Anderson Bockcastle Jessamine ....-- . 28 votes. " 16 " 12 ", 12 12 u 8 4 tort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature in the change taking place that the Expectant MILLET $1.00$1.25. ECONOMIST RANG Mother's Friend bled to look A total of . . ' 92 Which will give him the .nomination on the first ballot. They give Gilbert, Shelby 25 Spencer 10, total 35; Thompson, Mercer," 17; Crutcher, 10 of Jessamine's votes. Only one of these knowing politicians is a MsCreary man, the restaro for Thompson. GiijncH, in Harrodsburg Democrat. THE CONVENTION'. dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but Mother is enawithout "is Cold is- - for-wa- rd h tt ry . This is the grateful ex" pression ot the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled by ice made from pure distilled water by the Richmond Ice Pacto 2690 2739 2786 2837 2920 .2976 3025 3078 3125 3183 3233 32S2 3327 3376 3424 -' Lexington.Ky Cincinnati, Ohio.. 3S50 35.50 10b.i" 'Lexington, Ky .. Lexington, Ky Louisville, Ky Louisville, Ky Lexington, K3 . Loaisvillo, Ky Louisville, Ky Lexington, Ky... "Louisville, Ky Louisville, Ky... Louisville, Ky Lndlow, Ky "Winchester, Ky. -.Louisville, Ky... . Lexington, Ky 3750 33.50 36.50 36.50 36.50 31X0 29.50 35 50 J8.W' Sl S4.5 24X S1A' 3l).ft -- S2.0' S2.0t J 3o.e0 34.50 33.50 33.50 32.50 7J4.; 77 or. 74 32 66.S-- 0 4255 486V 3519 J Albert II oehn...- A Barlow -- 2950 30X0 . $1,565.50 09.30 $4152.56 Total ... PROFIT OVER COST Writo For Official Literature. 4rt;.$2,4b7.0o n! Or-lee- AV a omrtee PpHmaa SU9r Ixraisville to aud Kirralngtam. alw, Lexlng-ciMI I'mtwau Uultm hkteper LixiagtBa loXew IDaHy except Ses&iy. A Wwx.PJtT.A, S.TwirT,PJtT.A, Ky, LtestoB, Ky, Xd V J. it M IJwUmMn n in.,nV, iiin uiif HrKHATJdENT, -v- Tsr.ouV'allyf' FRRi: If nniM, rr".---vi ,. ls- n iv ?l n i. ...s l. iirixi.. """ - iiUUKS r- KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. Mu-i- r XR8. nine years I have jtuflered with falling oflnternal organs," wite Mrs. Mary Williams. ofKalciffh, Wake Co., K.C, (Box 196). "I was troubled with bearing donn pain. I had indigestion and female weakness and perrousness. I could not sleep at aigbt I vras constipated and had urinal trouble. 35-.- dector here said that no medicine would reich mj disease. Vr. Pierce's FaTorkc PreacrirjUon, Goldm Medical Disdvrry' and Pleasant 'Pellets have cared me." An every-da- y necessity in the home. A -e nt "For Chairman Cbrisman has"notyet announced the committees to have charge of tho arrangements for the coining Congressional Con vention,but will have thorn ready to go to work by V jnes- dav. Everv citizen should to - aiSirol. 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