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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898070601_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " V" i IE' ? jS$ Z - 3 THE IRTettMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1898. NUMBEE 5. 41 ""ii v- - - tiv "V -- ' I v i' j .,- - -- c --. -- ,. . -- . - '.&, -' JiV- - '-- -.- w'- --- ., ,.,... A1..,. s VOLUME tljr5Ilp5gjSgl&fgljllBill ill WjeI H H H H H IB .H Hi Hi V bH . HI HI B Hi HHH JH HI HH Hi 1H Hi ::::::::s:::::::::::::::::::::::::2::::;:::::;:;::::::::::v I 3i 173 &B, 123 gj Our Square Dealings arid Modern Methods $5 00 GOO S 00 sasiii: $ 1 85 esc.a mm irtilca Pg T3 S(S MEN'S SUITS$3 for .'... for for P 10 00 18 00 1250 1500 for..for for - .- - 75 4 50 6 25 7 50 , ...for. , 13 50 1150 950 f J I 1 1 I I 1 I I I S I ffljs mm " Of doing business on a small margin of profits has won your confidence and valuable patronage. The proof of our success is best exemplified by the great improvements we are about make. Our ever increasing business demands more room to accommodate our customers. MENS SHOES for for for for for for W!ttg l 05 i M -- i i 3 PS sip r- The Contractors Demand "Working room before they can proceed with alterations we intend making. As we are crushed for room, our onlj' . . salvation is to sacrifice our entire stock of S2 2 3 3 4 5 00 50 00 50 00 00 -i 2 2 3 3 45 75 15 S5 B MS JB YOCJTH'S SUITS S5 00.. 6 00 7 50 9 00..." 10 00 12 50 --- pS 3 WM EfSl . gP . for for for for $3,75 .'. 4 5 6 7 I I I I 1 lies s to accomplish this at once is and Boy s ul.ining. - r Z - t- -1 ;:::::;. Sals, Caps ;:: M, Straw Hats OFF. Hat3 and Caps for for for for for for $ S'rLfl ill ijp ( EE inn for for fni- - 50 75 75 50 9 50 11 50 I B This STOCK MUST be reduced at once and we fully realize the only means B I EH 1 B gJE SI IS Ml Bp . . MEN'S PAHTS for for for for for for I 5 XJLOW PR1C ES.o 6REAT IMPROVEMENT SALE! ONE THIRD SO , $2 2 3 Pfp Jf 3 4 5 00 50 00 50 00 00 , $150 t.... 2 2 3 3 1 ; 185 25 50 00 75 j I , 3 economical buyers will appreciate the rediculously.LOW PEICES that prevail in this As our entire stock is of the very BEST to be found in this community, PfP Pi 1 2 2 3 3 100 150 00 50 00 50 115 150 175 2 25 2 50 S SS Ik. IBS ' 2 50 CHILDEENS . SUITS j S3fln... ., 300 350 400 500 ... for pfe M lflE ..-- for for $160 1 S5 i 1 X for for for 225 250 300 375 I f The people have made the Wonderf ul Success this store enjoys and we propose to show our appreciation br 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 every 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 SALE. hand early and share in the Never-to-be-forgotte- Furaishin g Goods. sacrifice. Js Men's Summer Underwear, Colored Shirts in both Eancy and Negligee, all at great n NOTHING EESEEVEt). pa lip pa Pg fefg HEJi pi B?. PB ! , EICHMOHD'S MOST PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS AHD HATTERS. -lErrB THJE3THiB TtiJtgirtii lTlrafF5r3JJBMET--l7Bn-7-l7rSYSIOIAlTS. . m MTCHEL ar?ar Mm HI SJf?ir3ra?FiirTsl?P3f7E3frSJIrra raJ piiBi TtJJt3utjJE3rpj ftj j aa BfpipMiiMMiM-OE-OEl- fJ -- jj Ja mnuya mmnmmnmnm si7E3nst7 f7fTsr? ra BralraiwsrirasiAPirB - iPsOTsraaw f ta r ta d fp3ppippp3r ipilgfiJOilii As the ships returned to their blockRoyal makes the food .pare, ading stations two futile shots were wholesome and dcllcloaj. rapid-fir- e fired at them from DR. H. It. GIBSON, A REMEDY FOR THE Santiago de Cuda, July 2, via guns on one of the western batteries. Off Port Antonio, Jamaica, and Kingston, New Yobk, July 4. A dispatch to PHYSIGTAN AND SURGEON, Effects of Tobacco. Jamaica, Sunday, July 3. Tho men of the Herald from the headquarters of Kentucky. Richmond, poor logic to agree that the flagship New York were a pretty tho American .army before Santiago, all meats arealike. Our meats tired lot after nine hours' fighting Fri- July 1, via Playa del Este, says: OlBce in the Joe Ce .lins buildmK, 18 and 10 Secday, when they turned out at 4 o'clock are the best. We kill first-cla- ss Maj. Gen. Shafter Friday morning ond Street, orer Wane . old tlruKslore. Saturday morning. At 5 o'clock the began with great vigor the attack on cattle, is why we have fleet went to general qunrters. The the outer defenses of Santiago. CHAS. HOOKER, always enjoyed a good share knowledge that Morro castle was not From three directions the American of Richmond's patronage. VETERINARY SURGEON, to be spared created much interest forces advanced toward the doomed Those that have not favored VeUrinary College. Graduate Ontario and the greatest satisfaction among city. us with orders in the past While Gen. Lawton and Gen. WheelSeverals Colonels and Lieutenant Col- tho gunners. will be convinced, by giving Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty P,r. Adm. Sampson said to a corre- er were attacking Caney, northwest of TEE MARKETS. d onels in the American Columns recently up stairs, over slore us a trial order thatour Beef, spondent shortly before the firing Santiago, Gen. Kent was advancing toRichmond Harness Co , East Main 8L, by Were Killed. apr7-lRichmond, Ky. CisciKSATi, July & commmenccd; ward Aguadores, Gen. Garcia, with his and other Mutton, AbielHtely Pure family, Spring fancy. H.b0&i.7i', 'Gen. Shafter sent me word that the Cuban troops, at the same time apMeats, are not excelled by any market spring patent, I5.0oa5.ro; winter K. C. JASFER, M. D patent, M.5aa5.(W: fancy. ilW&i.30; family, AtLcat 1,000 Spaniard! Killed and 2.000 batteries at the south of the harbor proached Caney from the southeast Medicine and Surgery. t3.S032.73; extra, t3. 00 a 3. 30; low erdc, C5O0 had fired on his troops. I am almost and the other divisions of the Ameri- Taken Prisoners American Loss do city, 2.73; rye. northwestern, li75aoo, Office Collins Buildinc, MainStreetl " 1,200 Killed and Wounded certain that Gen. Shafter is mistaken, can armv pressed, toward Santiago YORK. CO., 12.73 3.03. Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on as all our information shows that no from the east, our forces thus present Gen. Linares Wounded. Wheat Salesc Sample red (old), tracli, 83o; Broadway, n Teeetables such as Beans Potatoes. Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce. car do, 80c. guns bear shoreward. However, I ing a solid front from the coast to Gen. can be found Kentucky. -our market at all times. Thanking you (or past patronage, I "nE exccsslro nso of tobacco, especially Richmond, Corn Sales: No. 2 yellow track. Sic toward Caney. Upon these troops fell solicit a 4c, Ac, of sama. in continuance toLinares' northern defenses. S by young men is always Injurious and Oats Sales: No. 3ihlte, track, J7c; 2 cars Nkw Yoek, July 4. A dispatch to thought it best to bombard again day. It will be useful and may have a Four members of the 21st regiment the brunt of the battle to the southeast No. 2 mixed, track, 2SHC undoubtedly ehortens lllo natcrlally. EVANS, M. B., 10YL$&S, Hogs Select shippers'. n.75it3E0; select the Herald from headquarters ol the moral effect that will assist the army." Telephone 103. G. V. Mr. Ed. C. Ebsci, coraposltor on tbo Contra-Oosof regulars were killed in tho fighting of Santiago during the early hours of butchers', t3.70S3.75r talr to cood pac kers', 3.W American army, via Playa del Estc, the day. There was desperate fight- may25-l- y Martlner, CaL, writes; "I havo iTetr. Mack- -j Building, Main St. With tho flag ship New York leading between Sevila and Aguadores, whilo common Cuba, July 3, says: 3.70; fair to Rood light, JH3-63- j csed Dr. Miles' Ecstorativo Kcnrlne and reand rough, $3.003.Ga fiuKGEON, eastern end of the crescent ot 16" other Americans, all members of ing about Aguadores. Acting under Physician and The chances that Gen. Shatter and the ceived much benefit irom It. I was troubled orders from Gen. Linares, the SpanCattle Fair to good shippers', fL231.73; ships, tho fleet steamed in shore 2,000 the 21st, were wounded. vlth nervousness, dlrzy spells and sleepless- Richmond, - - .Kentucky. good to choice hutchers", H.254.)0; lair to his army of Americans will celebrate iards at that point returned the Amer- and stim4175 medium butchers', tX2oL10; coainioa, ness, caused by tho use of tobacco Both the American and Spanish ican fire with a fury that aroused our the Fourth of July in Santiago are l yards from Morro until in a position 3.13. ulants. I took Dr. lUles' Nerrino trlth to enfilade both the eastern batteries. fleets eagerly the men to joined in Sheep Extras, 8A9034,10: good to choice, very bright good results, allaying the dizziness, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, the fiercest determination. The battle. At 5:45 the firing commenced. S3.2a3 85: common to fair, &50&3, JV Sampson's Adm. While They have done another notable quieting tho nerves, and enabling rao to Sutgery, They boldly faced the enemy's fire, Practitioner in Medicine and Lambs Extras, MU4.40; good to choice, sea was smooth and a light breeze was men were reducing the recently sleep and rest, proving la my caso a very day's work in their assault against the 5.S3(&&00; common to fair, $4.005.0 X holding the ground tenaciously and Kentucky blowing. bcnoficlal remedy." Dr. Miles Ecstoratlvo Richmond, emplaced batteries at Aguadores, Veal Calves Fair to good light, $!.03a5.75j Spanish defenses. MANAGER. For the first ten minutes the marks- Adm. Cervera's fleet was hurling shells pressing forward whenever an opporespecially adapted to restoring extras, tG.00; common and large, i3.QKl4.73. Kcrvlno Is Their victorious progress, begun Satand residence on Second Street tunity to gain an advanced footing fl Its normal condition tho nervous system j manship of the1 American gunners was in the direction of the American and urday, has been continued. under such circumstances. It soothes, heals presented Itself. splendid. One of the eastern batter- Cuban lines. fightiBest $2.00 and $2.50 It has been a day of desperate and strengthens. DS17TAL STJBBEST. In their operations about Aguadores ies was so badly punished that not a ng- on both sides. Two batteries of light artillery, act- the Americans were greatly encourDr. Miles' Bcmcdles American and enHouse in Louisville. are sold by all druging under orders from Maj. Gen. ShafSpanish leaders have thrown them- shot was fired from it during the A few small shells from ter, who went to thefront at tho head aged by the work "of the fleet, which" gists under a positive "Dt. "OaUuWxvc C '.ofesoTv selves into tho front line, and they fig- gagement, Nervin guarantee, first bottle western batteries dropped around ol the troops began the battlo of Santi- poured a heavy fire into the lines of alK- ure largely In the list of dead and the the Spaniards. benefits or money rethe ships, but hit nothing. JJESTIST, ago by attacking Caney. Gen. Linares, the Spanish wounded. funded. Boole on dis Shells supposedly from the Spanish XT. The terrific fusilade of heavy shells OF mch2 - 6sa From this village a direct road leads eases of tho heart and commander, was shot down in the preGovernment Building, from all the battlo ships of the United into Santiago and the advance of our fleet, did heavy execution among our nextdoorto nerves free. Addresu liminary fighting Saturday. to 4. Rlchmfcnd. Ky. Office hount- -9 to DE. MTT.F.3 MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. States navy silenced the fire from tho .forces will be irresistible when they troops. novl7-l- y Several colonels and lieutenant-colonelDuring a lull in i,he fighting, an im- One particularly gain possession of this road. in the American columns were shore in short order. j pressive incident occurred. The 21st relieved and Ehtomatikm 'good shot frorajtho flagship Now York A Gen. Joe Wheeler, with a detachment killed. DfhX fVby Dr. 141168' Nervo Plasters. .Fonr nic3 rooias for rent. a gun on one of the eastern bat- of his cavalry command, and Gen. infantry was out in front and suffer- Trom the latest reports it Is believed sent ing loss from the Spanfsh fire, but the is indicated By its condition. When teries flying high Into the ai? and Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, the natural secretions decrease A when that the Americans 'have sustained enormuos rcd'j clouds or earth and Garcia, with his Cuban troop3, quickly men sang j.ue. ouu,-- opangicu iau-nCARDS. PROFESSIONAL. CalTat Dental joiued'Gcn. Lawton's men in the adlosses in two days's fighting of " even the wounded joining in the the hair becomes dry, splHsat the 1,200 killedtho debris rose all "around Morro. Tho vance ucon Caney. ' and wounded. j , singing. next door to postofiice. smoke from the ships drifted from east - The'SpaniarJs for a out in combing?: when ends and comes A?r03.:TST3. des The Spanish loss is muqligrcater. to west. 'New York, JJily 4. A special disthe gloss disappears and the Vir beperately to prevent Caney from fallingAt least 1,000 Spaniards have been killAt C:30 the firlngJiad become slower into the hands of our forces. It was a patch to the Evening World, dated D IV. MILLER. comes gray or fadedf theilih'.atth of ed and 2,000 others have been taken D R. FRED SMITH. The Indiana, vain effort Before thefightlng had El Paso, Cuba near Santiago,, noon, and more delHwrafe. the hair is indicated. The suixessof prisoners by DEN7 IS". . 1,-Oregon and Massachusetts were sig been r rway the Americans byway of Elava del Este, "July AVER'S HAIR VIGOR idjdae to The divisions of Xawtoa' and Chaf-- - KCKTUCEV. ; over Collins dpjcery ame office ElCHUOKD, SOiacer naled to go nghm front of the har ind Cabans galaeil ground.. Foot ,by' says: laUly ocenpied by Jr. W..Y'Bargm. anl2.1y the fad that it restores the hairpro-ducin-g iee, which did gallant worlcthroughout The first artillery figfit ot the camloor Office in tbeTJarnam Building;' nextfeh3-l- to organs to theirnaturalmtgor. : the day, effected a junction at noon bor to ohellithe Punta Gorda batter foot'the enemy was driven iback into paign has just been ended by the ai-Fanner's National Bant. " ieS inside oh j.hecastcrn arm. They theJvillage. i It encourages and promotes th; secre- Sunday and did most effective work- bteamed to within f.OOO yards of the ilenciug of a Spanish battery. tions of the hair follicles, aid thus against the enemy. JtVas evidentaf ter the first hour's iTbe wounded are still being picked ST731iXJI"V"Ja-2N- r f shore. The Oresron took a .shot at! Ighting that Gen. bhafter had:aocu-gray orfaded hair regains its fyginat They went to the front in an almost caslleaBd down came thoSoan-- f rataly ganged Ahe sireugthbf the en- - up as thia dispatch is "hurried away.. color, new rowtn Irresistible charge against theoBter Morro Office, Jccn IS, 1SSS. Clrcait Clerk's tv,Pn Lawton's division biToaacked Be able to '' ' i hi ac.j Atfiskrht of tins' snlcndta. easy and begins, and Ulstlus- enemy's line - " - c witfc-Ojf AtjorseT-at-LaJiJ.NorrlB'Adm'r., piccej, of arksaaHeliip the crew O drlyelhe Spaniards "into Santiago at nar BhCasey Thursday caight ' Order. tre is restored vs. . After frreat effort thai Americans fires.,-- - KENTUCKY. -J jn RICHMOND, Marydatas, . v. EIh jplacedtheir artillery In positions from bhe dirwtf iSttjpfteredentliBBS1! klrrileaj "Ibaveused if M 4 '1 tlcally for eevelal'arHUtes.' 'b "cr'.H, I Tt w6 with difBculty that the eom- - d The "eoMoa 'powder a,mdj by owr Ordered thtine fereaoiBg cause b referred Office over Tavlor's llanln'dre Ftore, which,they. effectively carmonaUed-th- e All erons hav. 'ftaa target to the Maei&ComBiWiianeT. Court Hooseion Maia Street. ,Th three . bfctlle ships then kwpt'xui jBwadla'jtflioers retrained' Ha, ardor tranHttolied aad' was city. AtrTKHwi the tllinjf;'effeet Srjoi Afield ittwyKwhih an "iuoesiant ffeSfToa the Pjtata orda of in r trftorii'iilita' tbahuMr'fihr'beiriri- "artillery.and infautry'aUa'okK was e It ttaeres,.aOTHjrci great Anavo i.yr sae mng,'thS "attack. Th j&h1?atasm of ?r&a.k or Wore OomiL dayofiheaext H. B. HOGG, eeBg apparent, DU,,ioe,-ji- i efee saeh SeieflA)rTe otmH iav fortiScatiosw the works in eoarat the AmcrtaM-forawas intense and uijiriWf, jadgiaf by; the acenraay ot ATTORNEY AT LAW, etiy was seen wj ue m& avgiHnwoa 1 atetT Whii or.tt94re gaya' tba ftr TTiir flf ttinmi ann rninr Tlrfnnmn nn'fttinwalnr luirll im niitun niatliiMj -r. H TnOEPJE.JR.. of ' watrttetianipoi a shot eatai from their spirit quickly spread .,& Kbktbcky. -igfeiiiir radMi4iMdd,MCli hm dhrbti vanity, but to eaiiaWenttoa Jo this advertiwnwaandhftfacttlwrt " BlCHMOXB, " rr Uoopi All h tbeeaisw.. 3 ilmittM to AtoOBgtne Awsricaa aMPlnc W te &fc,otuY' gwaa vrbicib vaM liefol Gen. jAmeMmlf Saotiazey- -IfwobeUaa ?' jk Tb other" ncipa Contentedahots ia Hk"iHJary zeapa Office N: 13 FiWtSt, ap Btaks, trtbfocaasional at &eMS&a ,1i 1ii itnYfelfti 7. cWtib.iUla;nts attack and Ujcjr teTslMMKiAeatiea iBatcly 09 Motto eaaU. ft who ' . IAevUJS&. Garn fco war knomA ttffiiWtf b4i-H gjhtj-b3.C.&D.M70; SEN.AULT, 3 L,Nrrfc4;Bp Wafa, wbere he bm TU OW IHtfttto If HH Strati Ite , MtRaMtoaByaUton 1H&. jt v. r SjWjFJMr'WP'aBiv Stret,Cinelonati, OMo, ,: ' f Xo. TIM York. i13tam-ATT0MKJS1 triey mmammmm Ths pbmjBBmmmatWmminwf mm wr awWat wHhthair patjp- 1lWw7iUc1uooo4, Ky., ho&Wl 41 of stMc, At 1 MbJrt5Sl Scbc-IfoUacd !f - ' ICbmtmcw. . PHtS3 RjCHMONB .; i .. t.jWMmtm, ef Vm Dr. Miles Nervine 77- l'ourth or July Aec.ncnts. Fourth Cuicaoo, July 4. Prem-tu- te of July celebrations caused three Hattie deaths in Chicago Sunday. Wyora, 7 years old, was accidentally shot with a pistol by her cousin. Prospects of Gen. Shaffer's Army Oneida Redfiuld, 0 years old, burned to Celebrating the Fourth death, her clothes catching lire while James playing around a bonfire. in Santiago, Welsh,- - aged 32, received a fatal charge in his groin from a brass cannon which he was preparing for the IT DID ANOTHER NOTABLE DAY'S WORK Fourth's celebration. cover. FIGHT RESUMED. Worth, of the 13th fantry, was wounded. Lieut. CoL in- five-inc- h Richmond Market It's accu-piey POWDER Fi-ou- u Pork 4.1)03-1.3)- ; ROTAL EAXIK1 POWDER NCW Fresh Fish Recieved Daily. Uozne-groir- 1 Rad-dish- es, ---- ta inar-Telou- I t ce fc I'iftMtoreJ8 j Tjhejfcea&k h;. ---- AO... jjx ill lJi ale LOUISN-IIJ- ce 12-- 1 n AIacei oftheifwir s I 3 ef time-foug- ht 4 - THIS IS ATTOBSEr-AT-tA'- our-force- " long-unde- y J. Notice to Crljiitors! c- - -- -- k, of-th- -- 1 :.- , t Rt rjp-Tos- of-th- ,1ms- frjv -- MO T IJ fr oi-;ia- 8 "f."X ( 31-9- 9 e3F.' i- a rA : e the-Cfe-- " - -- m mmsXs T i.aw WM : ?:.2F TiT, qj,l r.fflgf Xts " them-Kdwrb- s- ii w Wt: c z Mw r Os6(Jt !? KW 0e ea gldi ULJ wtO iwMv. : C m W4aiy of rua v ek u -- .. - ...m. pbbjk-- . WhimmmMmMm.mkm?,& hu. J4,HWSw er 1 PttieB,r JJbJVL Jwit, k fciiiV, m sum&s 5 "CTESaHI W1I i lWP it TSSf'PBSflKt7k' KffirffKTSrCrrErWI iM . fefe,. -- vmimm.. - BpsnilM ,jpj.j.,i iii nwum rrwBBWi t aWMHK fiJfc.UU "MHffpfgwy tatmmmaamsmmaammsmswmssmmmmmmsmssmsmmmsmaramau ffe Kicnmonou ruuuuuzDKvrui wkuxksuay by Tii t r WJaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaeaaeaeaeaaaaaaaa TiriPwsrLyJrr iv .i I,. 7rf7aJa7aiaifltfi'aaaa,aM r -- - M. ...i. - mi - "Zjasz Thtf Climax Printing Co. . Mff IJ i ia -- II , .' ' " s irc?'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. 7z k.v - IHLlHLHBko rv lEofw && C 1 . lUICE PER ii. HOODS, Xssocise Editor. m. YEA It, $3.50. lf9S. ftB3'rr pi kf Pi " x- - Uncle . Ksvssffl WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. - Sam Says This b FOR CONCRESS- We are authorized to announce ITov. Jamt.s B. McCreaky, of Madison county, a candidate for Congress in the Eighth district; sabject to the action of the Democratic party. rach30-t- f We are authorized to announce J. B. Thompson, of Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic party for Representative in Coxgrcsa from this, tne 6th District. CALL FOR MASS CONVENTION TO SELECT DELEGATES TO CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. America's Greatest Medicine. Facts 1 fre Advertise ..,.l MM dhb rncis umyit Mri; x MHD 1 m i ? i' -- !' la I sFo K F v , " i J" It will Sharpen YourAppetlte, Purlfv 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 70U. Mimm lfAillN ffiall llfflll I IH Pv Nft t It' isa mistake to advertise inferior goods at a cheap price. Nothing is more certain to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks well but is poor in But usility Aiparent economy is often real extravagance. "JS j Low Prices and Good Goods make a wonderfully strong combination. We wish first to call j'our attention to our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing- is so generally appreciated 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 an-- , sold elsewhere for $2.00 our 1 :) price Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and laee, kid and cloth tons, heel or spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price $ 1 oo Have also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest : - m ft. Pursuant to the action of the Democratic Committee of the Eighth District of Kentncky at the meeting held at Lawrencebnrg, Ky., on the 1st day of June, 189S, the Democrats of Madison county are requested to meet at the Court House in Rich- LfeKi mond, Ky., and hold a Ma8 Meeting at '0 2 o'clock, p. in. standard time, on Saturday, 9th day of July. 1S9S, to select jJSy delegates to attend the Democratic rSTS District Convention of the Eighth o Congressional District of Kentucky, to FpaS EOS t2 held at Danville, Ky., at 2 o'clock, I&&L p. m., standard time, July 12, 1S9S, to ?$ select a Democratic nominee for the r4A Congressman for the Eighth (fcjjy, oilice of gS to Congressional District Jt bs voted for at the regular November d4 189S. election QHjKD Jro. U. Chenault. Chairman, Madison County Dem. Com. 0Li K-0ji U America's Greatest Medicine. All drugclsta. Hood's Sarsaparilla v ' " ' I 1 B BBS T Said Schley at the table, with a bottle B H r of real Old Cervera between them, fe - ,- ., .( nnn nlll..t11.Mi.kll Bn SH "No, no, Schley, please let me pull it. I expecUd this would bo jgj bottled up before long, and I've had a near corkscrew make expressly SI for this occasion." gpj H H rr. 'SiO C Kf?5 - , I i NQT II SHIP LEFT. tttt v i S - ' H fldm. i ' Gervera's Squad Wiped J " - C " '. n ii "1" - - . l J E" hityou" BS H K K honor of the occasion, "you've both of you got a pretty good pull, and I QJ haven't lost my whole pull yet, either, so what do you sty to all three of us pulling together?" "All right, Uncle Sam, let 'ergo, but look out that the cork don't iinr.1T cOJ H v '' ' Let all Democrats attend the county unvention at tlie Court House on Saturday, at 2 o'clock, and by the size and character of the meeting give emphatic endorsement to the candidacy of Hon. Jas. B. McCreary for Congress. Once more we regretfully noted the absence from the Press Convention of the Nestor of Country Journalism, W. P. Walton, of the Stanford Interior JournalLast year he excused on account of a new baby. This him-be- lf '.f "' ' H H I H H B Schley the enemy easily enough, but the question is whether to smash the bottle or SAVE IT TO USE AQAIN. That's an ri);nt, to ngure on saving when a thing runs np into millions, and Spain's fleet WOULD be a pretty good addition to our navy; but the place to got) save money on Shoes for Ladles', Gentlemen, Misses and Children's U .. ... ntrlM lTnM. finrn "it - tinMCFit tliprj? nm HIT dflnffpr OI BV o o my getting hit, I'd take a hatchet and KNOCK the neck of the darned jm thing off, but I don't want to be called a knocker." can Hj This only goes to shows that Uncle Sam, and Uncle Sam's-soT n ..., Li 'gSS? r fPkvh ron Was Completely Out. 12 12 12 i Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. H S The E H H frS Iffiffi M , Admiral Surrendered and is Now a Prisoner. Spanish Hundred Spanish Seamen and Soldiers Also Captured. M I Wallace & Rice, fc I With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and ready t hang up. With a Twenty-fiv- e ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piece of furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. Yours Respt., ft. es: Sixteen 7R IMCKE IM The Enemy's Loss Probably Several Hundred in Killed and Drowned. H .' 4& tm - en and children. At all events a period of inactioa followed, with the expecIf Gov. McCreary w ins the nominarfc tation that the surrender will be made tion at Danville on the 12th, he will " Tuesday or else that the bombardment owe much oi his success to the faithwill begin. , t WASiinroTO, July 5. Inspiring, ful assistance of Mr. W. P. Walton, of The news from Dewey was equally glorious news thrilled every avenuo of stirring- in character. His, official disthe Stan f on! Journal. It is a hard official life and stirred every heart in patch matter to choose between friends of bore the Konr date of the national capital Monday, making July 4, although liens' same household, but the Journal the it came from Cavite it indeed a glorious Fourth of July. July 1. It told not only of the arrival for the Madison has stood Word came from Sbafter, from Samp- of the first expedition, but of the capman from the begi'ining. When Mr. son and from Dawey, telling of sucture of Guan, Ladrone islands, with its Walton does take a notion to sing a cesses already achieved and those near garrison of six officers and 54 men, and inau' praises, he certainly can do so T at hand. The wildest and most inde- the surrender of the gunboat Leytc to a queen's tasie. Lancaster Kecord. and Daltelle, Republicans, dissenting, A. Roy at Valley View. his superior in force of character and scribable cnthusiam greeted Adm. with 5i officers and 94 men. n, Following are the details of the dc- Tun Centennial Anniversary, of and Judge Gufly, Republican, placing strength of intellect. By studious at Sampson's dispatch announcing the Mr. W. H. Wagers, of Wiseman-towcomplete annihilation of Adm. called on the Climax Monday, a:,d tbe Fourth of July ure himself on practical neutral ground, construction ol the Spanish licet: Richmond x. Mr. Robert tention to business and with tho the surrender fleet and Three of the Spanish cruisers that jointly celebrated here on Monday by Governor Bradley, Auditor Stone, At- and before leaving had his subscription Oliver and Miss Delia Dickerson were scientious assistance of Mr. Brown we of the admiral himself with 1,300 Spanmaikcd up another year. hv Hon. Jas. B. torney General Taylor, Secretary Fin-lunited in marriage at the residence of confidently expect Mr. Moberley to ish prisoners. Cheer after cheer rang were bottled up in Santiago harbor a patriotic Mr. A. D. Miller spent Thursday in McCreary. lie .jtoke about forty minand Treasurer Iong are ousted Louisville, purchasing fine book paper the bride's grandparents, near Union vindicate every claim which his friends through tho corridors of the state, and two torpedo boat destroyers were City, Wednesday, June 30, Rev. A. pounded into helpless hulks by the utes and aroused great ontliusiasin by ami in their places are established the on which to print the Illustrated Edit- J. Tribble officiating. mako concerning his bright future. war and navy building. A surging guns of Ada. Sampson's fleet on Sunof the Climax, which is soon to bib references to the early struggles for Legislative appointees, Messrs. Henry ion mass of newspaper correspondents day in a vain attempt to escape from Robbed the Grave. Independence, the waroi lS12,in which George. J. M. Richardson and Edward appear. struggled about the bulletin boards the harbor. The vessels were R. Tato Irvine, of Big Stone Gap, Va., beached the U. S. rea&ertel their bupremacy Fiunell, chosen for six, four and two formerly of this city, has raised, and A startling incident of which Air. and hundreds of officials and clerks in a last eflort to save as many of the over Knglaml, the Mexican war, and years respectively, but with the term been commissioned CaDtain of a VirPkkisy On last Friday to tho wife John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the crowded tip to hear the stirring news. lives of the crews as possible. which is of office for each commissioner there- ginia company that will soon go to filially the war with subject is narrated by him as follows: First the hurrahs started in the navy of Henry L. Perry, a girl. Adm. Cervera, on board the Cristodrawing to a glorious close for Ameri- after to be sis years. Georgetown the frout. Behky To tho wife of Capt. Everett "I was in a most dreadful condition. department, but as word passed, along bal Colon, headed his fleet in the atMiss Willannn Smith, violin and Berry, on can arms. 'J lie governor's references Times. the cry was taken up until every mandolin teacher at the College the pound boy Tuesday, June 20, a 0) My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk- hall and corridor echoed with the tempt to get away at about 9:30 to Dewey and Sampson and Lee elicited Tom Covington. o'clock. So little were the Americans en, tongue coated, pain continually in past year, will not return next session, Soon the news cheers of victory. great applause and the speech was well but will devote herself to study. expecting the dash that the flag ship back and sides, no appetite gradually spread outside and ran to the Fourth New York was cruising received throughout. Georgetown Times. up the growing weaker day by day. Three of July crowds, Mrs. R. E. Turley is attending Chauuntil the whole na- id the east and returned only in coast Miss Mary Mathews, the lovely time phvsicians had given ma up. Fortunatetional capital was cheering. To say The Court of Appeals through Jude tauqua. christian v hose gentle life and charitaBennett. Benny, ly, a friend advised trying 'ElectricRit-ters,- " that glad tidings were welcome to the to see the finish of the fight and to Mrs. Sidney McSwain is attending ble deeds endeared her to all, now re son ot Lee and Pattie tho rayntor affirmed the decision of Judge Bennett, and to my great joy and surprise president and his advisors but faintly fire a shot or two at the torpedo boat sides at the Hotel Ventura, Ashland, home Thursday. Buried Friday.at their Cantrill, of the Circuit Court, in the Chautauqua. Col. A. T. Cheuatilt was in Nicholas-vill- c Ky., to which place she orJers the the first bottle made a decided improve- tells the sentiments it inspired. destroyers. case of the prison. The late IisUture Andeksox Died near Higginsville, ment. I continued their use for three The Towa. Indiana. Oregon, MassaCm max. 4 Thursday. Among them and in all official quar- chusetts, Texas, Brooklyn and the 29, Mrs. fiiarted into a law the I'ronston bill, Q. Covington entertained Mo., on the morning of JuneJames R. weeks, and am now a well Mrs. Wm. It. Ij. Gentry spent Sunday with his of man. I know ters it was accepted not only as a glortaking from the hands of the State family in this city. at dinner at "Waco recently three per- Sarah A. Anderson, wife Mrs. Anderconverted yacht Gloucester, former y Anderson, of this county. Sinking Fund Commissioners the Mrs. Ben F. Boggs is at home from a sons whose combined ages were 2f0 son was a daughter of the late William they saved my life, and robbed the ious victory on the natal day of the tbe Corsair, formed in position to give oneshould republic, butbne which dealt such a battle as soon as the Colon wa- sighted years, viz: Jeptha M. Covington 82. R. Green, of this city. She leaves a grave of another victtm."-Nmanagement of the state penal institu- visit to Jessamine. Mrs. Milly D. Simpson 80, and W. Q devoted husband and four children be- fail to try them. Only 50 cents per bot- deadly hlow to Spain that she could rounding the wreck of the Jlerrimac. Hallie Campbell, of Paint Lick is Covington 7S. tions puttiug tliem in charge of three sides many sorrowing friends to mourn tle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc- cot rise again. The American vessels did not open commisbioners selected by the Legis- visiting relatives here. Mips Annie F'razee, of Richmond, is her loss. e 0 two a "To Secretary Navy, Siboney, July fire at once; they waited until CerMr. 1). H. Myers was in Louisville the guest of Miss Curry Martiu on brothers in She has audsister and and cessors to W. G. White. lature. The law, which was enacted Misouri, a brother 3: The fleet under my command offers A Slaughter Right on Main Street. vera's fleet were out of the range of Georgetown street Dr.Emily Chen- sister, Adam R. Green and Mrs. U. W. over the Governor's veto, was contested Thursday on business the nation as a Fourth of July presMr. Lacey Bright was in on the ground tint it was unconstitu- Wednesday aud Thursday. Georgetown ault Runyon, has returned to her home Corneli8on, ot this city. sudden death of Ed Palmer, the ent the destruction of the whole of Morro's guts before giving battle. The FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combin Richmond, Va., after a vist to her Cervera headed to the west, the Colon WW jeweler, necessitated tho winding up of Cervera's fleet. Not one escaped. tional, in that it legislated men out of inations and Iron something new. Mr. Thos. Gentry, of Estill county, sister, Mrs. Dr. Evans. Lexington It in the lead, followed by the Vizcaya WW Dollar Wheat. by it the Legisla- is visiting relatives in this city. ofllce and his business. To do this County Judge attempted to escape at 9:30 a. m., and Gazette. and Oquendo and the destroyers all A month ago the gold standard press Sullivan appointed Mr. Jno. R.Gibson ture assumed executive rights not alBUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever In the great battles outside of SantiMisses Viola Million and Pattie at 2 p. m. the last, the Cristobal firing rapidly. ago Captain Wvgant of the 24th regi- gloated over wheat selling at $1.50 per whqhas employed to assist him an exlowed t- it Ky the decision. Judges are visiting in Lexington. CO ever exhibited in Richmond. Colon, had run ashore miles All of the American battle ships Mrs. B. L Middelton has been on a ment and his son, 2d Lt. Harry Wygant bushel as an argument against free sil pert jeweler and engraver, Mr. Flaig, west of Santiago and had l'ayuter, llazelrigg, Lewis and White, let opened fire at once and the Spanish of the Gth U. S. A., both lately of this ver. Now that Loiter, who figured as CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties inDemocrats, affirming, Judges Kurnam visit to her parents at Shelbyville. of Danville. Togejher they have sold down her colors. The Infanta Marie of the were right were soon in a hurricane of shot and MispRettie Hamilton, of Wiseman-tow- citj', Many men inin the hottest cluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. fray. their companies the maker and loser of millions on a quantity of the beautiful stock of Teresa, Oqundo and Vizcaya were shell, but the Colon kept on bravely is the guest of Miss Mary Gen- were shot down. wheat, has stepped off the market long goods which Mr. Palmer, with his in- forced ashore, burned and blown up SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. try. when about ten miles from the The swellest aflair of the season was enough to make way for tho present imitable taste, had so carefully pur- within 20 miles of Santiago, the Furor till westward of Morro Castle Adm. CerMr. and Mrs. P. M. Pepe left Mon- Mrs. D. B. Shackelford's reception crop, for which the producer will get chased. The most costly and beauti- and Pluton were destroyed within vera turned his vessel to the EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. day for a two weeks sojourn at Estill and luncheon on Monday; 4 to 6 p. m. shore and 60 or 05 cents per bushel, the same pa- ful cut glass, silver, china, bronze, etc., four miles of the port. Loss, one M Spings. beached her. She was blazing in a About fifty lady friends were present CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.00 in Ash, Enemy's Miss Birdie Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. W. and had a delightful time with this pers will say it is overproduction. How besides the quantities of diamonds, killed and two wounded. 'score of place but her guns kept at Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple loss probably several hundred from work and the F. Pryor and family are visiting in charming hostess. She was ably assist- do the farmers like to be played in this clocks, watches, earings, spoons, forks, gun white flag never showed Henry. ed by Mrs. D. S. Harber. fire, explosions and drowning. and Mahogany. way at thrust and parry by the specu- knives, ladles, belts, pins, etc , and until she was, completely disabled. Morris Long, of the D. & D. Institute Mr. Brown Lee Yates, of Richmond, lators and press? Win- to be found in few houses south of Cin- About l,S0O prisoners, including Adm. The Oquendo and Vizcaya were opVERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproof Danville is visiting relatives here has been visiting his sister, Mr. R. A. Cervera. The man killed was George posed to thetlowo, Texas and Indiana, cinnati. All these are being sacrificed H. Ellis, chief yoeman of the Brookthis week. McKee, and will make bis home here. chester Sun. ductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n now and those who need any article in and went dovm to defeat with fearful Miss Dovie Burton is visiting Prut J. M. Burnam, of the Univerlyn. Movcd to Liiwrenceburg. ball and made and painted by the jeweler's line should call at once. swiftness, covering only about half KmW sity of Missouri is the guest of rela- friends in Louisville, and from there "SAJirsox." Mr. Flaig is an expert engraver and hand See Them. go to Estill Springs to spend she will Mr. B. Ii. Yates, of Richmond, who tives here. the distance, made by the Colon beAnder-bo- n WAsnisoToy, July 5 The following has been visiting his sister, Mrs. R. A. does all kinds of lettering and monoMLss Agnes Grubb, of Jessamine are the remainder of her vacation. fore their captains rau them ashore. CHAMBER SUITS Tn Mahogany, Hunga-- cheap. gram work News. dispatch was received from Commovisiting Mrs. T. T. Covington and Mrs. McKee, for several days, has bought Their crews fought with desperate Incidentally, it may be said that all dore Watsoa Monday night. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Miss Lucy Chestnut, of Corbiu, is Maple, Oak and Ash. , K Ji lurley the interest of Mr, C. B. Vanarsdell in those who know themselves to be inPf.iji.ta Del Este. July & To the bravery, but their courage was no Tiption. of Richmond. visiting Sheriff Colyer. Her father, the grocery firm of McKee & Co Yan- - debted to the late E. 11. P. Palmer Mrs. French ROCKERS From GOe to $15.00. match for the courage of our men Col. D. T. Chestnut, is the cleverest JUNE, with its warm days, turns visited the family of Mr. H. M. Cham- man in eastern Kentucky. He is also arsdell. Mr. Yates is one of Rich should settle at once with Mr. Gibson, secretary of the navy, Woshington, added to their superb gunnery. The DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. our thoughts to cool, light summer bers last week. the most public spirited man of our mond's most prominent and popular as the Court has placed these accounts D. C.: At 0:50 a.m., today the Spanish Spanish shell.1! went wild for the most Mrs C. R. StoufTer. and daughter. acquaintance, in his hands for collection, aud if neg- squadron, seven in all, including one upright in bis deal- young furniture. You are interested, of Mary, of Louisville, are visitintr Mrs. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. business men, and he will re lected it will be Mr! Gibson's unpleas gunboat came out of Santiago in part, but the American gun fire was ings, a christian gentiamen, and to him course we all are and we invite J. B. Stouffer. ceive a hearty welcome to our town. ant duty to proceed by law to forcibly column and was totally destroyed marked by merciless precision. The Corbin owes her present proud claim you to come and see what we are two cruisers: both on fire, were Miss Stella Thompson, of ML Ster to the thriftiest citv in the mountains. The energy and enterprise of tliese collect them. within an hour, excepting Cristobal beached not more ling, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. We are too bnsyto give a full list of our immense offering. than Mr. Will R. Letcher, Jr. was wel- young men should make the new firm What Will Madison do This Year? stogk, bnt assure yon that anything yon may need Colon, which was chased 45 miles to Neale Bennett. comed home on Thursday from New a strong and progressive one, and one of a mile'Tipqrt. you can find at onr new quarters. One day of the teacher's institute is westward by tho commander in chief, Mr. Earl Smith has returned from a Haven. He was graduated st Yale ""v The White Enamel busiuess trip through Georgia, Tennes- this year and intends to go in business that will secure a large share of the set aside as trustee's day. The trustees Brooklyn, Oregon and Texas, sur- battle mosi idramatfc feature of the was the contest between the of schools of Madison have rendering to Brooklyn, but was beachAlabama. News. in New York about August 1. This public patronagc-Anders- on Bed Room Furniture, see andMinnie Dykes, torpedo boat destroyers and the Glounever responded largely to this call. ed to prevent sinking. Mies of Itichmond. is will be a source of regret to Billy's A cester. Tho latter was struck several Large Transaction J. S. Collins Sells This could be made a more helpful day many warm friends in Madison, inasvisiting relatives here this week. Dresser and Wash Stand, Bevel None of our officers or men were inDAY TELEPHONE 76. to.the public schools than all the rest times and is!',the only American vesmuch as it will remove from our midst Winchester Sun. Out. Mirror, nicely finished. Former .NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 of tbe institute, if trustees and teachers jured except on board the Bropklyn. sel reported damaged. At first the Miss Waldo, the accomplished trim- one of the best boys ever raised in MadiPrice $18.00. This Week $14.75. The mammoth furniture house of J. would meet and discuss school ques- Chief Yeoman Ellis was'kiiled and one Gloucester mer at B. W. Turner's, has returned to son. fitcdupon them with her tion and learn to know each other bet- mail wounded. Adm. Cervera, all comFor the first time, all of Richmond's S. Collins was finally sold on Monday ter. Such a her Indiana home. they ran past her When in the City Make Yonr newspapers were represented at the to Mr N. Ii. Deathurage and Mrs. Ida the foundationmeeting could Jjo made manding officsrs, excepting of Oquen-dProf. John. II. Chandler, of Twenty-Fou- r of a trustee's association and engaged the battleships. Finding about 70 other officers and 1,C00 the, fire guest on Sunday of Kentucky Press Convention, at Cin- Moberley, the stcck of goods being 10 inei every quarter, anu wno can was the Headquarters With too hot they turned and atcinnati last week, but none-o- our dele- bought by Chamber Suits Miss Minva Phelps. the latter's son, Mr. S. estimate the "good results that might f men aru prisoners. About S50 killed tacked tbe Gloucester again until both gates went through on the trip to Mackfollow? or drowned and 160 wounded, latter W. Received Saturday, will be on sale at Mrs. B.from Turner and childreirziTre inac Island. The Pantagraph was Neville Moberley. The store sold for There are over 200 school trustees in being cared for on Solace and Olivette. destroyers were afira and had to bo home a visit to relatives in represented by Mr. T. C Adams and $15,000, the stock at invoice figures. tho county and out of this week. Prices $12 50, S1G50, beached. Thiiir crews threw them30 ajid Winchester. these an organ Have just arrived off Santiago on sister; Mr. and Airs. R. Lee Davis and selves into th(surf to save their lives. $18, $20 and $23. Miss Bettie Brown, of AV.Va., rlro Miss Katio Green represented the Reg- Mr. Moberley assumed control at once, ization could be formed that would be to take charge while comS has betn visiting Mies Catlieraliue ister; air. J. Rolert Riggsrepresented and is now actively and earnestly en a great moral strength to the county. Just before tills tho New York came Theie are some questions about the mander in chief is looking out for up and assists:! in giving tho finishing Poyntz, lias returned home. the Delta of SigmaNu; whilstTHE Cli- gaged in the furniture and undertaking ,. r Colon. (Signed.) , Parlor Tables Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham, of max had four representatives in the business. Mr. Miiward Brown, the welfare of the schools that ought to be Cristobal fcfe oiow to tne destroyers. i Watsos. Bourbon county, were the guests dt Mr. persons of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Coroner, will remain as the Funeral discussed, ofand quarterly conferences There was etplosion after explosion would be service. How can we obWith Twisted Legs, and Mrs. John U. Chenault. Woods, their daughter, Mamie Miller, Several of Shafter's dispatches were from the beaoned vessels. Director and EmbOmer. and wilL.be tain a larger school term for the county macie public One of them stated-tha-t Mbs Minnie Tipton, of Speedwell, and Miss Russell Campbell. Highly polished at $ L23. Cfk Sasxiaoo, July 5. Adm. Cer- glad tn wait upon t)io public with his school? All admit that a five months he had tho enemy surrounded on the left last Wednesday to visit friends in term is not enough and teachers I accustomed politeness. His retention are the only ones whoyet theagitating north and east Another stated: "I vera escaped, to the shore in a boat Winchester aud Lesing;ton. Remarkable Rescue are is a fortunate move. Mr. Moberley, the question and it seems to some that feelsthat I am master of the situation, sent by the Gloucester to the assistMr. and Mrs. Grinnan accompanied Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plaiufield, 111., ance of the Infanta Marie Teresa, and by MissMando Elliot, of London, Ky.. it is selfish matter with makes the statement that she caught though quite young to undertake so other qnestion, How can. them. An' andjean hold the enemy for any length as soon as hej touched is the guest of Mrs. C. 1). Samuels. we always of time." the beach he vast a business, isjjcapable oi rapidly obtain a good teacher? ,The only way Ieft over from Suits. Mr. and Mrs Geo Walden, of Dan- cold, which settled on her lungs: she was acquiring a knowledge of its ins and to learn who .are competent and who Jc, still another Gen. Shatter said surrendered 'film If' and his staff to ville, month by her visiting aud Mrs treated Licut.Mbrton and asked to be taken on ESTABLISHED SPECIAL SALE WEEK. Jesse have leen this weekMr. Lancaster sician, for a grew worse. family phy outs. He is industrious, careful. courte are not,is to meet and compare notes. his demand for the surrender of Walden, but Heboid her ous, and there is no! young man of Drop the poor ones, hold to the good still being considered by the board the Gloacester,. which was the ,his On Tarlor Floor. Come and see them Record. she was a hopeless victim of consumponly American vessel near hiaa at the Miss lelia Harris attended the Com- tion and that no medicine could cure ago in the county whom wo believe and in a few yeass the standard of the Spanish authorities. Tet another dis-- . schools could be raised 25 per cent. patch from Shatter, probably the most time with scverai,oi his oiloers iu- mencement Exercises of the Hospital Let every trustee in the county bo dading- the captin of the flafBhrrx. College of Medicine in Louisville ler. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's Awarded present on trustees day and show bv juiliuiiam ui an, was not mauc pllDllC i.ne opanisn New Discovery for Consumption; she Thursday. admiral wno was also up to 1 o'clock. It is at great length, Fair. their presence tliat they are really inMr. nod Mrs. Nelson Gay, of Win- bought a bottle and to her delight Highest Honors W&rW terested in Bchooljwork. covering five or six: typewritten sfieets 'wounded in the arai, was.tskeu to the" chester, came over and spent Sunday found uerself benefited from firstdose. Our stock has just received-man- y at her of telegraph paper. 3Jrfeflysan& setoi- - ;Gloueeater and, was Foreigi aid with the latcr'a parcnte, Mr. aud'Mrs. She continued its use and after taking Beware of Olituejits ;Ur Catarrh Tfeat gangways by her oDaMHsAer, Ijieut MtsuMits, TtMte, IWHUttgM, Statiary additions. "Wo duplicate ts T. D. Chenaultcontents wore summed up Commander P.icharA TVaiawrieht, ' whoany one's prices, and "are ususix bottles, found herself sound and. f. Cantata jifereary, Craiite. asfc.;iow Miss Margaretta Smith is visiting V - IS sriHspfMLHie iwpa ot m as merenryl Willi surely destrov the Martiea ally lower. well, now does her own housework g&u; nutter made a deixiau'd Jor 'the .Miss onrnue.en fciniui ana attending sense of snielland 'completely deraujte admiraland sdld.io him:' , the house party of Miss Amv Benton. and w well as she every was Free the whole syiemJjihefl enterint; it sHrretiderio'f Santiago.- - jSOiis vnx at ""Ieonjfratiilfit you,' sir, upon hav- At WinuJiester- trial bottles of tbe Great Discovery 'at through Uhe Tmuc&ossuffacee.-- .Such firatjjrefcfiiidbjruie, SpWia: wa- HAMMOCKS, Mk Jfrinr, Powell, little daughter ot Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Sncc&seors l wg wsw aw Kvuaa a sgnt as articles should nejerbe used REFRIGERATORS, Clia. S.l'owell, of Richmond, Has the to W. G, 'White. Large bottl 50 cents Tr6criptioBsi Ironies reputable ' physic )y JtfNu; tr fcr ewidfttoti. Un. wltnesa4oa ffo asa.." BABY CARRIAGES. guest of Miss Gay Stuart last week. w Lieut. Caander Wainwrlrtttaeit cians, as uie damage they will do is ten Shifter'' nirttee was that he and ftOO. '6 tTt Georgetown Times. q n placed iktHb M m v. .... A. )WH --M PH9 foldto.Uie jqod yWcftn possible derive the city Tnev Spanish Qsfteed Mrs. W. A. Williams. Mrs. Julia frome them. ilWIViUatarfh- " " 5" y i'md of r&aaaadio are oontemblatae iWtWt Marl. Gmoitas or Suearpr,and Itfiss Rina Huguolv left f1' manufactured by JV J. 'Chewy Co.; uayJrunleM thesarreuder vnm made. At that Saauiah Htsrn Mb3m lfcfrk. will ad it to tlrfrftahna1 toalt X m M iwm tfceirear Toledo, O.T eoflUim 90 niurcnry, aud FeaBS the awful resalta oJ bombwd-- 4 tEiy. 'BloofflitMtoa, ui uaib iu uremia m aod fow ma r Sparf wqni C taken It. Cfeoxeh Irvine tbtf w Jtod Illinois. intWruaHr,"cttug directly, wb ot Rev. Dr. MoGregftr, T At!Ht (rtoekT Ojb wort to atteel upon the bipod anfl)acotM suriace f eooatries rvpreseniauvea Oi XOtngtt i Ma Bftmnuu and barnt Lucyyuid :Lettitk Crow at Saatfaura aaaeiobl2 1 Knair. will. (JmI ,a pro4rated meeting Gwarai the system. la bayiag Half Catarrh w . m !riiurftdF from hr rtAnriw1 lwKJing church asd "ie ikivfmtHKM ut jih BuptMt another day 00 g""M'fttiiii flail TCl.tnh uimtnm ...:.., i au4 'asked Cnra lwt ailra ma out tU. ft "rvisit e liatireeand friemk ia Frank- - eaetfhnit ilil --BinfiHa. ,sMm .MffffffBffftyi iqMta PCR M r amgpiiinaai mm wr mmm, termomtfrlee Wtfc Heftrhs. ' iBi4en .attd nnn imamifrTT T h Y ri ukeirlDteniUjr. nd made JaToto, "& .wimeov l Woedfsrd couotie". UHi aSmmSm Hoeo tttovM vrtt h MOST PERRECTMADB. XAT3T AKD WtOAD'.VAY. v- . win i ii ,unRI?grIE!nl9mHle99MlalB8la9BaiSaUK JZnFkW amaSaHSBtt MjriBK nwmoufty ttte pMtdr, Bev. L j. . i pun iiinii Tm- 'i ;y a. . uBsney iTTirMrinrt niitivinMBaTTMfaWMrnr": lawiiiii iiimti mil i xnsh Vim Speerloek ac ccw hartal. Every body fe .MaaiaBMBa linumi i IH'iHI iiiil' ih MM ll.iaailil ? t)u"? AfieCrapeOwAtunHI TaOsr Powder. 9m Mmnainw. fcctn Ammonia, Jd .attractive yoag lady U.lMStAJliUVt. m. Ji TTiees a ord. is tHe of Iter f 40 TEAKS is lr 5 is the baby's second summer, we suppose. Or is there another baby? S 11 - 'l NBr 5-- McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. CO. s SV W '- . . S JyA l rk Ha American toss OneKUIed and Two Wounded Shatter Demands the Surrender at Santiago Refused at First, Hat U Being; Considered. r S frfrfrfrfrfrfr-n r v r v r rJ ri 5$ fc V. flat-foot- MARRIED. - ,' Cer-vera- 's Olivek-Dickerso- ey BIRTHS Not Baltimore and Ohio BUTE 3 AS PERSONAL.. DEATHS. Biggerstaff Mlalwek & Oldham. & io Stow Ton. g M o 1 c- - r' r Cor-nelis- on - n, C,f,Brower&Co 4fi Are You gold-standa- rd Ready? & St one-quart- er tbe-publi- c pHftMDgl pus Jp3aij3 fDirjte. if M o, ce Camp-bellsvill-e, f ESx-iugt- Mar-blehe-ad T i- OLDHAM vivivivivvi 1863. Odd Parlor Chairs this -- Madison Monumental Works , Santi-agoTw- as 1 -- CARPETS tAMllS T. HAMILTON, Phoprietor. mm CREAM mil riTed oBjy-Hy-i- 1 $l -- ry - '',ytimm:W ait -- ex'-epto- )?$i WfejfeaiTfcpBMt. waafr PB UL--L. RELrldlOUS. m CiF.Brower&Cou Misk ?. 'J,p Jfc.- BAWNC m 0, would.be-ffJn;TombtMrding- ,of S- l...l Mff WiRKA SPE6IRLTY. triViimiit 8twat3e .-.-. M ed MMM twin 'jFial) iltUtf. fwttiajareo a rfOutfc iw mfim -- iw - -- ,Jee . y V - s(t attM-Mia- .- of ftl y. i- ii-.- - . 1zzss'r''gmtw flt. &: ! mw" -.- .: - . Ji k -- m 9 m . - rj. ' ilfmMiMJlBte"' " 3?.3raWga5ay'wR' EZ. tif.TTii rfifjS nTMnirTa? gl(Wn'MBTTHta5Ll3'rIgHaKraHB !aEwl&aBSaaWaV!KnS3SEB9aBa9aiDaflaaaaiaHaaQal aaSB flBLaHBefleHBVHBHvBBBBEaBBaBnflXflBHBBBHHBflBlB lPrTlfc JnlT ilrimllM r B zrY;Fix' - f. r f v J "' ? 'Sfe.,,. - fc Ji tfsS. w ' ; " AX sLr IbS W && -- 73zr' i r ' - This is -- uiiu i unio yiiiyGij; WTyy- . SUPPLEMENT. 4 ! 44M-M- - ' THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. Parody on The Bully MM , .SUPPLEMENT. .' the Climax: W were down at Havana When the; blew np the Maine, 1898. The devil was to pay WEDNliSDAY, JULY 6, So we sent the bill to Spain. We'll send them down to settle up the same. PR0FI1SS0R MINIER CALLED HOME. O, Dewey had a tew ships Over at Hong Kong. He sailed straight for Manila Our Excellent A Distinct Loss To Our City s AnnlM-lateWhere they thought they were so strong, Band a Monument To His Ability- When ht reached the isle they didn't linger long. Cho When we sailed the seas around busy men of our citv, the society Tlie We're looldng for those Dons and they element absorbed in the gayeties of mast be found. who care life, and that class of people They must be as strong as Sampson 1 b. i not what a day may bring forth, may If wish to cope with us, We send them down Bob Evans not yet have realized that our commuWho was spoiling for a fuss. nity has sustained a lots which time The Spaniards stopped their guns to hear may heal but never recompense us for. him cuss. 'Twouldeeem that some mighty man He Entered Santiago Harbor and Severn sought the harbor must die before such words were justifThe friendly shores to hug Demanded Cervera's SurBut he found out to his sorrow iable. But not so; 'tis of our loss of We had him in a Jrg. the living that we speak, and into If he wants to disappear, the hole is dug. render. doing wo attempt to voice tiiehenii-meCho When we sailed the seas around, a portion of our citizenship of We're looking for the Dons and they which hflS labored long ami faithfully must be found. to provide for our whole people an or RefusWhen the Spanish view the Brooklyn And on it Captain Schley, ganizational once a source of usefulness "Were They hurry olf to hide themselves and pride. Professor Minier has de And will not ventnre nigh parted for his Kansas home! They're "skeercd" we'll blow their navy sky high. Our treatment of the Spaniards Has been a little rough. When we get through with their ships All Destroyed Eicopt One andBnrji-his- r They'll say t'aey'vj had enough, For tell you what we're strictly up to snnff . on the Beach. Cno When we sail the seas around, We're looking for those Dons and they can't be found. The Yhtcnja, A in rintf, Cqnmrtn anil TAX AND THE BANKS. ur 1 lirre CnrltiUil ( iiId.l, anil The Richmond Climax. FROM Th SHAFTER. V. RUED. Gervsra's 36 For Mir That General Krports tra the Secretary of UU Fores is Too Week to Carry Santiago by Storm. fldm. Sampson fidm. Entire nt The Spanish Almiral ed anil His Vessels Bombarded. Torn Yirre Sent to tl J Ztotttiiu of tlie U.ijr, ii l.ot. Tt Compromises in Other Places. and ent rely octroyed it. them. If they do, the tax rate cau be thafu-i-- : iva- SunThe ful.ouing .ta env-n- t lowered to 50 cents jii the $100, or the J Gen. hhaf ten The president di day given out at the white house: Professor Jb S. Mixier. money can Ikj Used in erecting that long r ets me to ay that, yoa have the Gen. bhaftsr This announcement means much, as del Eate, July 3:telegraphs from Playa felt want a city hall. Concerning the gratitu.ie and thanks of the nation for Not for war, but to join our army of d work of we have already said, to all suggested by Home the brilliant and customers. "We are now offering man)-fjre""Early tins morning I sent a de- banks, it has been cith ens. It deprives us of the that our council investigate the matter, your noble army on Friday. July L bargains in Corsets, Black and mand for the immediate turrenuer of sen ices of one of the most gifted musi- Santiago, ihrvatvnin:.' to bombard the confer with the two banks and if a The stea ly valor and he roism of of--j Colored Dress Goods. ficers and men thrill the American cal directors in this country, who is at citv. I the place will be sur proper adjustment can be had, mate a peorle with pride. The country once an abe performer, a conscien-ciou- s rendered."1 with them, as was done in who fell in bat-limourns the brave d eflicient teacher, and a and This contradict', the report that Gen. Danville and Lexington. In Danville They have added new names to gentleman, elements too infre- Sha'ter has fall n hack. The follow- the three banks have $700,000 capital R. A. Alokk. our roll of heroes. quently concentred in the same musi ing dispatch was received at the war aud sin plus. The city claimed they Secretary of War. j has been our department: cal diiector at least that weie indebted to it in an aggregate sum AH of Gen. Shatter's disp itches were observation. Professor Minicr's fine 1'ua.ta del Estk, July 3. Siboncy erUiniaiedatfiom$14,X)0 to 15,000 for not made public :or reasons of ex qualities and the splendid succeesof his officer confirms statement that all the past taxes. The banks denied their pediency. Our line of Wash Goods is complete and It is understood he will training of our band, merit the highe&t Spani-licet except one warship de- liability to this amount and alleged withdraw to the hills near the sea and at most attractive prices. praise, and we feel that we hut ftehly stroyed and bnrning oa the beach. It that the Supreme Court, iu its final de- await reinforcements, which will be bv Cant. Smith, who cisioii, would relieve them of much of voice the high estimate in which our was vilne-s;- d Assent a(i soon as possible. honored director is held in this com- Ltold ooerator no doubt of its correct the taxation now claimed and imposed sistant "Secretary Mieklejohn is now (Signed) munity by .11 those who appreciate ness. by Kentucky btate, county and muni- busy arranging for transportation. Ai.i.kx, Signal Officer. true merit ami are willing to bestow its cipal assessments. A committee from Gen. Miles says the result at SantiThe following caile dista'.ch was tlie (ity Council conferred with the ago appt-arreward. to ba a drawn battle, and An unusual tribute of regard on the given out at the w.iite hous: that the withdrawal of Gen. Shatbank otllcials and reached a Pjlata del July S. The depart of the members of the band was under which the banks ore to ter to the highlands of Soboney near 11 et is construction of Cervjr-i'So when you visit the City don't fail to enevidenced when Professor Minier left firmed, pay a total of Sii.OOO in lieu of all back the sea would be temporary, enabling (feigned) Ai.i.kv. roll your name on our roster to fight high prices t troops to rest and prepare for futhe band turned out at whet taxes unpaid, aud in addition to pay the Li utcnunt ColoneL Remember we will proand cheap material. work. 5 o'clock in the morning, seienadts. Adjt. Gen. Corbin vnicdd the feelings thu citv levy for the year lo'JS which ture tect you in every purchase, large or small. Professor Minier and efccurted him m of every one of the otticials when he will put aoout S2,500 more into the CORRESPONDENCE. the train, playing many of the high said: city trejisury and brings the banks' selections they had learned umier rlai a"I don't care how the fleet was de- settlement up to 10,500. The taxes to WAGER SYILLE his instruction. stroyed. It wa Jiestroyei. That is bo paid for the years follow iug 1893 Profeshor Minier has had a remai tstill County. enough for me. It is great news for will be ueiermineu by the decision in career iu music. He is an artist the Fourth of Jn'iy." the bank lax cases now pending in the Mrs Susie Elkiu, of Speedwell, is LxL?A5j The fleet of Adra. Cervera was oue ol higher courts. The City Council be- by birth and education. A 12 years ot Threj of age lie was leader of a college band at the finest Spain poss. l. was a Uouut as to me visiting relatives here. there the vessels, the Almirantc Oquendo, l.ab;niy ol tne banks, aud accepted the 13 his composii ions were published, a James' 'X Hamilton, of Richmond, was the Vizcaya and the Cristobal Colon 20 he was singing solo tenor in the Maj Jheie lasfiveek on business. cmiproiuise on the gruunus that pro Festival Chorus with Piofeteor Peters. were modern armor d crcisers of the longed ana expensive litigaiou would The pralonged silence from this secof Chicago University, I'redernk first class. The V.zinya, which visit- bj ooiaud, aud the compromise tion is duo to a bruken;pen point. country sooa after the ed this Archer, ol the Queen's Palace.Loudon, Miss Sudie'Manpiu, of .Richmond, is Maine was sent to Havana and was WuUltl Cjii.ss tlie ciiy to reduce taxes and other prominent people. ffjoi seei.ty live ceins to liny ceuis on visiting nslatives' at Station Camp. ProTessor .Minier in 2Cew Yirk when tin new of th Aoiue from music, of the Amer.can battleship the ?loo. Miss Jijima Rice, of liice Station, achieved no little fame m ait, having IVe Lexington banks also compro- epeut last w ek with relatives was taken to her commander. She here. been awarded the gold medal from the was of 7,00 ton displacement, 340 feet mised their back taxes aud paid the 161)2. Leather Park, who has been attendSoiioty of Art in Chicago, in long, and heavily armored, lier belt City and county 79,000. The two Har--l ing school at Frankfort, is at home We cannot enumerate hei tlieworen armor being V2 inches in thickness and odd burg banks have u capital and suragain of imp ji taut engagements hi h it filled, her deck armor three inches. Her plus ol 75,000, considerable lean than some of which were of ihe. inot txuu ermament consisted of two Misses Uelle Lykins and Mattie it ot the Danvitltj banks, and, il uig nature His native home is High- ten h llontoria guns, eight h as cianiied the p.operty list here .s Covnmtonr-- ot Waco, visited friends land, Kansas, and the standing of the rapid fro gun-,- , eiht returned (personal aim teal) at from 40 here last vfeek. members of tlie baud he organized ilieie rapid fire guns and two mitrailleuses. to 00 per ceuiol its value, then takiug ESSRS. D. B. Shackel-- Miss Lee Pralher and her brother, of the class of people he She had two masts, with military tops, is a fair index ford & Co. have retins as u, basis it would seem that our Frauk. of Richmond, are visiting their haa been accustomed to training in two turrets, two smoke stacks and a council not to have much difficul- sister, Mrs. J. W. Willsou. a?E ount ceived a large assortment of She earned s'.x torpelc ty baud music The members, of this or- ram bow. in arranging the matter with the two John Edwards, of College Hill, has have nowentered upon then tubes, was capable of a sjced rate of refrigerators and cold storage ganization oauks, who would doubtless be willing been granted the school at Middle respective careers, aa ministers mis- SO knots and her complement was 500 u pa.) on ttie Danville basis, or on the ice boxes which they are Fork, adjoining this district. sionaries-, phyeiclaus, lawy ei , siuuenio men. nasis of any property hofder. A, bank, hustling off at your own price. Isaac M.Todd, the well known pho The Almirante Oquendo was in alat Princeton Seminary, while others , " Ire it is said, is assessed dollar for dollar, tographer of Irvme, has pitched his They are indispensable artientered the Banking, Commercial or most every respect a duplicate of the but a man can give in his house and uckvgs tent in our midst;-auritedffT quite a number Professional bianches. He was bom Vizcaya. cles. Ice is nice but only farm at a much less figure than it cost have been before The Cristobal Colon had a the camera for a flatlu Highland, Jvaiisas, a Uuiversii once or twice will you buy it lamejfc of 6,540 tons and was 328 him or at a figure he would be unwillr tering likeness. town louuded by his graiidfatiier tieu-era- l esenflggS h feet long. She had armor, ing to sell at, and in this way the banks just to see melt away in the John Jjajlcss. wnoso poi trait was in thHNv Observe The Law. both at the water line and at the gun are paying on all they have while the cher,lfc exhibited at the World's Fair as one oi warmth of summer without a position, and armor on her individual is payiug on about half his That seakm of the year for the tracmrsdBJT me most piomiCeut audjullueutial pro- deck. Her armament refrigerator or ice box to consisted of two property, which is hardly fair. The tion, or portable, engine to get in its radmffir moters ol education and morals inlsew rapid-fir- e s togfe ten guns, six matter will likely come up at the next work ou thi highway, byway and pass-wa- y keep it and to keep your milk, York. Here Proleb&or Aliuier was t AuW h ten and ten council meeting and if the adjustment is at hind, and one accident, narthorough educat.ou and upon guns, two mitralleuses and butter, meats, etc. coldr fresh given a four tor- is agreed upon the city will get about rowly escaping a loss of life, has already in IflGj?' mm wvs conferred the degret of pedo tubes. She was capable of a $5,000 for Immediate use, aud 6ome occurred In and sweet. Drop in and see ive this connection, 1c is f .Music. ,v speed ot 20 knots and carried a com- think that a bird iu the hand is worth well enough for persons ver iHSK.' the styles of boxes.before the operating conwas compellett plement of 450 men. But Professor Minier hundred cerns of this class, as well as the public two iu the bush. Twenty-fon- r stock is picked over to return home ito look after large inOf the remaining vessels of the fleet dollars has already been assured from cK&r. "epreJjBgPC terests of his fanuly there that needed the Furor and Terror were torpedo whiskey license, and, it is said, others generally, to thoroughly understand the law on the subject. Section 1,343, onve,Ssip2r - his attention. We leel sure that heap- - boat destroyers and the Reina Merwill take out license, and with the Kentucky sjatutes, recites: "Any perit nd653sf preciateu the kiuduess of our citizens, cedes was s.n old vessel that was sunk hank and whiskey money some advocate son owning, joperai ing or moving any who, though naturally undemoustra a short time ago by a shell from Pnijjgk,- engine house. traction or portable engine pn or along (Mm-:- : Sampson fleet. The Terror was not building a city hall and ,tive In all such mattere, easily discernSuch a building would pay for itself u- or private passwav or ed and appreciated the high qualities with the fleet at Santiago, but is supyears in the saving of rent. eprejEsL- ' lane, iu thill State, that is moved iu possessed by thl4 versatile and skillful posed to be at Sau J a an, Porto Rico, in twelve Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, t wholuor in part by steam power, shall uiUoiuIau, this quiet, refined and cul- - undergoing repairs made necessary by Exchange. Richmond, Ky. send, and Heep at least two hundred an encounter with the St Paul a few resenaj&fedfiF -- ' turetigeutlemaii.. S.I.&-B- . will sell .tickets yards in TheH. advanceof. said engine-- , a MreMS?; '" We can but urge upon our band bova days ago. from all staGous to Estill Springs messenger ijhose duty it shall be to to remember the Diecents and examule djiced rates via L & N., $1.35 to June 15th to October 1st, at a fare and warn all peisons of its approach and "of their master who tauirlit ti.emhab- and return acct. Chatauqua, a third for round trip and on Friday render such assistance aa shaU be Vim of sobriety, promptness, applicatio June 29th, to July 9th, good until July and Saturday of each week good re- necessary to! secure tlie safety o' all aUd thoioughuess. If they shall conF turning following Monday at one fare Buch.pereoosj and ny person tain,!?. tinue to pursue the courSe along which lltb. Low rates to alL points Jnly 2 3, rouud trip. tf to comply with, the provisions failing & 4, good until July 7. One fare tjIus" -it th otthle , he bo kindly yet riruilj guided theiri? j 2.00 to Waseington ;D C. and return in he section shalljbe fined not less than teH - "The Hichmond, Ky.r ComX. weekly, is credited with the largest our city will long continue to possess Juiy4th to 7th good until August 31. Bob Moofe,-o-f LaFayette, Jnd., iaya byl i'SHEbSSeS. the best band In Kentucky 'and io renor more thin fifty" dollars for eaeh circulation accorded to any paper in Riclimoed or in Madison county or in low rates to Kansas Citv and Oma- that for constipation he has found Little Early Risers to be perfwMt. offense, f Exs iTheonlyuaperin Madison county member Prof. Minier with gratitude ha acct Exposition. '.' the EifchtrfCoBgreesional District-- " victi riwSGaSilui? They neveC"gripe. Try theur- for I' which supports all the Democratic and pride. Don't Kt absentfeainded ami stamp stomach andHivir "troubles. Doug as - A good "wny'to cure .insomnia is to medii bfltlBnBffiiyc' nominees, from President to Consta Cr-" f, jutmc. ble. W. suiscarniit, $. & Wines, s, " sleep it on. H STI your usi eveijr ume you pui it on. ugg yuKMraps ' , Cot TBBnib9i5ce'1 IF R(ftSdtri ind - There is a fair prospect that the city was report- treasury will soon overflow with wealth ed on nrat is Vt.ir.td to b. ic.ialile that is if the banks have to pay back authority that A m. Sampson's lleet taxes, under the iccent decision of the Sunaay enacd the fleet of A din. Ctr-ve- United states Circuit Couit against "WashCics, July 4. It ra Washington, July 4. The following dispatch from tJen. Shafter was received Sunday and made public from the white house: Pijlta dku Estk, July 3. To the Secretary of War. Washington: Camp near Sevilla, Cuba, July 3. We have the town well invested on the north and east, but with a very thin Hne. Upon approaching it we find it of such a character and the defenses so strong it will be impossible to carry it by storm with my present force. Our losses up to date will aggregate a thou sand, but list has not yet been made. but little sickness outside of exhaustion from intense heat and exertion of the b ttle of the day before yest rday and the almost constant firj which Is keptunon the trenches. Wagon road to the rear is kept up with some difficulty on aesount of rains, but I will be able to use it for the present. Gen. Wheel r is seriously ill and will probably have Gen. Yountr to go to the rear ill; confined to his is also bed. (Jen. IIiwTcins slightly wounded in foot during sortie enemy made last night which was handsomely repulsed. The behavior of the troops was magnificent. Gen. Garcia reported he holds the railroad from Santiago to Sa:i Lais and has burned a bridge and removed some rails, also that Gen. Panda has arrived at Palma and that tlie French consul with about four French citizens camj into his line yetorday from Saatigo; have directed him to treat them with every courtesy pos.ible. SltAFTKR, Major General. WAsniNCTON, July 4. Secretary -the following reply to Gen. to-da- v.-r-y besln the United States Anfatlc miuadron will pendcil apon to redace tbeie fortlflcatlona and capture Manila. FORTIFICATIONS "When hoatllltleii OF MA.XIUA, CAPITAL OF PHII.IPPI'NE ISLAM)",. bv de hun-'.ri'- ill rctr VVVVVVzVVKI 'T, &&$ ECKffFP) Qi&iMt&SNnvn ,'3, Vt"7lViF'i7: f r.ivi rflM"! VyVyVeVyyeyyVyV g 8H3d) V zJ V T r7 Vi' Ap . Kfi VOLUNTEERS fe Al-p- er ct WANTED! isw public-spirite- K; at ! i well-bre- m-- n e. GOOD h 1 In Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens vre lead the town s cuiu-p.omi- se E.-vi- s our-ity- H White - & - Gibson. VVVe 9TCWr9rw sv-n- eu ' 1 S1 frrtifrA'3yWMWL n ri ri v v Keep M ; Families TT h, oiie-tia- Oi Ice Us Sum. 5,5-inc- 2.2-inc- U.4-in- ,. d W displace-placeme- nt six-inc- it 1.5-in- h, 4.7-inc- h, 2.3-inc- 1.4-in- Bach-elor'- r w t. BigifK. v m any-uignw- ay - I IkMH I z -- Co., iKIS 1 hter,"3lS. .Vtv J keston -- aisg;.' Fftn) Rowell'5 flewjpaper Directory. jflEv'" io.-Witt- 's - -- I -- E. -- k ofilei MmK' was- - tee wHttBBE33u& he iTOiMMTMWiffrirr Tnatii n ft er tj o ?: n il , J -t bnterwitaUl-.veaag . -- "Tk. 3 ' every Free the whole iAmMem jilien Dieeovery at thrfgiithe TMHooasrsiiffacM. . t. , tr r r.-.. - J TT . - r.yvg 4r?fifflHt? f55?5 3m&tti&3xs3RVLltWEBE j. 6liE- . !&' Ill 13 . T TV" - ' . ' W TH CV7 l kJAUY !J..j,., y , 4 f w.: hkj2u ll - J , - --- " . SUPPLEMENT. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, JULY PROFESSOR THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. Parody on The Bully .SUPPLEMENT, t FROM SHAFTER. 6, - - 1898. HOME. OYED flflm. Sampson flnnlhl- - Fortfie Climax: MINIER CALLED pu A y. B. Distinct Loss To Our City Our Excellent Sand a Monument To His Ability- - The General Itrports tit the Secretary of W were down at Havana When the; blew up the Maine, W4ir Th it 1IU Force Is Too Week to The devil was to pay Carry Santiago by Storm. So we sent the bill to Spain. We'll send them down to settle up the same. Washixotox, July 4. The following O, Dewey had a (ew ships dispatch from Gen. Shafter was reOver at Hong Kong. ceived Sunday and made public from He sailed straight for Manila the white house: Where they thought they were so strong, dkl Estk, July 3. To the When ht reached the isle they didn't linger el lc ai at '. to sil IT m fldm. The busy men of our citv, the society element absorbed in the gayeties of life, and tliat class of people who care not what h day may bring forth, may not yet have realized that our community has sustained a lots which time may hi'al but never recompense us for. 'Twould seem that some mighty man He Entered Santiago Harbor and must die before such words were justifDemanded Orvera's Suriable. But not so; 'tis of our loss of living that we 6pak, and iu so the render. doing mo attempt to voice citizenship of a portion of our which has labored long and faithfully to provide for our w hole people an or The Spanish Almiral Refusganization at once a source of usefulness. ed and Eis Vessels "Were and pride. Professoi Minier has departed for his Kansas home! Bombarded. lates Genera's long. Entire Flsei thet-enti-ine- All Destroyed Eicopt One and on tl:e Beach. Bnrn-inj- r The V'zc.iya, CriBi4ilnl Turjn iln oi. ire Sent lo ill j ltuttuiu of the ll.iy. 1 A A in rutitc, (lqamiln ami t.lo.i, .(.ifl Tuoor hrre 1 Cho When we sailed the seas aroond We're looking for those Dons and they must be found. They must be as strong as Bampson If wikh to cope with as, We send them down Bob Evans Who was spoiling for a fuss, The Spaniards stopped their guns to hear him cuss. Severa sought the harbor The friendly shores to hug But he found out to his sorrow We had him In a Jug. If he wants to disappear, the hole Is dug. Cho When we sailed the seas around. We're looking for the Dons and they must be found. When the Spanish view the Brooklyn And on it Captain Schley, They hurry off to hide themselves And will not venture nigh They're "skeered" we'll blow their navy sky high. Our treatment of the Spaniards Has been a little rough. When we get through with their ships They'll say faey'vj had enough, For tell you what we're strictlv up to snuff. Cho When we ail the seas around, We're looking for those Dons and they can't be found. TAX AND THE BANKS. Compromises In Other Places. There is a fair prospect that the city "VVASiiiN5icS,.lnly 4. It was report- treasury will soon oveiflow with wealth ed on wl at is rfnintd lo b. ic.iable that is if the banks have to pay back authority that A. m. Sampson's lleet taxes, under the iccent decision of the Sunuay euj;agfd the flett of A dm. Cer-ver- a United Mates Circuit comt against 72 Pkofessob if S. .MlMEK. This announcement means much, as d we have already said, to all citizens. It deprives us of the services of one of the most gifted musical directors in this country, who is at once an able performer, a conscien-ciou- s and tfiicieiit teacher, and a n d gentlouian, elements too infrequently concentred iu the same niusi cal diiector at least that has been our observation. Professor MinierV Hue qualities and the splendid suctesssof his training of ou'r baud, merit the highest praise, and e feel that we hut fieblj voice the high estimate in which our honored director is held in this community by all those who appreciate true merit and are willing to bestovit& teward. An unusual tribute of regard on the part of the members of the band was evidenced when Professor Minier left our city, when the band turned out at 5 o'clock in the morning, seieuadtti Professor Minier and escorted him iu the train, playing many of the liigSi hit selections they had learned umloi his instruction. Professor Minier has had a reinaik-abl- e career in music. He is an artist A 12 yearbot by birth and education. age lie was leader of a college band at 15 his compositions were published, a 20 he was singing solo tenor ill the Maj Festival Chorus with Piofebeor Pettrb. of Chicago University, Frederick Archer, of the Queen'b Palace, London, nd other prominent people. A&ide from music, Professor Minier achieved no little fame in at t, having been awarded the gold medal from ihe Sotieiy of Ar in Chicago, iu 181)2. We cannot (numerate hen thest-oieor impji taut engagements lit h t filled, borne r which were of the inuM tuu nig nature His native home i& Highland, Kansas, and the standing of the members of the baud lie organized theie is" a fair index of the clas- of people he has been accustomed to tiaining in baud music, 'ihe members of ttiia have, now entered upon then respective caieirs, as mmiateis missionaries, physicians, iaweib,aiuuem at Princeton Seminary, while others entered the Banking, Commercial or Professional bu.ncb.es. He was born in liignland, Jvaiisas, a Univeibit town louuded by his grandfather lien eral John Bajloss. wnoso put trait was exhibited at the World's Fair as one oi tne most prominent aud iuUueuttal promoters ol education aud morals in .New York. Here Professor Minier was given a thorough education and upon mm was conferred the degret of Bachelor of. iusie. But Protesbor Minier was compelled to return home to look after large interests' of his family there that needed his attention. We leel sure that he appreciated the kiudnebs of our citizens, who, though naturally undemonstra jive in all such matters, easily discerned aud appreciated tne high qualities possessed by this! versatile and skillful musician, this quiet, refined and cultured gentleman. We can but urgu upou our band boys to remember the precepts and example of their master who taught mem habits of sobriety, pro nptness, application' and thoioughuess. If they shall continue to pursue thn course along which ho so kindly yet tirmlj guided them, -our city will lonj; continue to possess the best band in Kentucky, and to re- - member Prof. Minier with gratitude aud pride. C. JE. W. public-spir'ueell-brea )f tA SS t'. ie ub' cl lor IS v tai ,11! t ij i n f ' A fei vUl ." and eat rely octroyed it. vva SunThe fol, owing sta em.-nday given out at tho white house: Gen. bhaftsr telegraphs from Playa del Este, July 3: 'Early this morning I sent a demand for the immediate turren-e- r of Santiago, threatening to bombard the city. I believe the place will be surrendered." This contradict the report that Gen. Sha'ter has fall n back. The following dispatch was received at the war department: l'LAVA DI'L Estk, July S. Siboney officer confirms statement that all the Spanish lleet except one warship destroyed and burning oa the beach. It was witnes.'d by Capt. Smith, who told operator no doubt of its correctness. (Signrd) Ai.M x. Signal Officer. The following' cai'le dial a"ch was given out at the w.ute hous: Plata del E.tk. July 3. The destruction of Cervra's 11 et is cont, lie' I Hi; Hit i? 80 ' i H -- rv -- .'I' ed r i is.: " - f pi H - f - them. If they do, the tax rate can be Ioweied to oO cents on the $100, or the money can be Used in erecting that long felt want a euy hall. Concerning the banks, it has been suggested by some that our council investigate the matter, confer with the two banks and if a proper adjustment can be had, make a Sdtilement with them, us was done in Danville aud Lexuiutou. In Danville the three oanks have $700,000 capital and surplus. Tne uiy claimed they weie indebted to it iu an aggregate sum estimated at fiom $14,000 to $13,000 for pitbt taxes. The banks denied their liability to tliis amount and alleged that the Supreme Court, iu its filial would relieve them of much of the taxation now claimed aud imposed by Keututky Mate, touuty and municipal assessments. A committee from tne iit Council conferred with the bank uilicmls and reached a under which the banks are to pay a total of $fc',000 in lieu of all back firmed, (feigned) Ai.i.kv. taxes unpaid, aud in addition to pay Li utenant ColoneL Gen. Corbin voiced the feelings the citv levy for the vear IS'JS which Adjt. of every one of the officials when he will put aoout $2,500 more into the ritj treasury and bnng the banks' said: "I don't care how the fleet was de- settlement up to $10,500. The taxes lo stroyed. It wa fiestroyel. That is bj paid for the jeurs following lb'JS enough for me. It is great news for will be uetermineu by the decisiuii in the Fourth of J my." tlio bank tax uises now penoiug in the was one of higher courts. The City Council The fleet of Adm. Cervt-rthe finest Spain possiSicd. Thres of there was a douot as to the the vessels, the Altnirante Oquendo, Lability ot tne banks, and accepted the Colon c the Vizcaya and the on the grounds that prowere modern armor d cruisers of the nuproiniso longed ana expensive litiga'ioii would first class. The V zenya, which visit compromise ed this country soon after the rb.i ooxiaitd, and the Wv.uld uai.S3 the ciiy to rtduui taxes Maine was sent to Havana and was in New Yrk when th new of thj de- hiui seventy live ceins tb titty cents on struction of the American battleship the zlW. r.te Lexington banks al&o comprowas taken to her co:i.mander. She was of 7,00 ton displacement, 340 feet mised their back taxes aud 'paid the long, and heaviiv armored, her belt cay and county $711,000. The two banks huve a capital and surarmor being 12 inches in thickness and her deck armor three inches. Her plus ol J75,0dd, considerable less than out-nwmament counted of two ol the Danville banks, and, it ten Hontoria guns, eight as cianiied the p.operty list here .s rapid frj gun-- eiht returned (personal aim teal) at from 40 rapid fire guns and two mitrailleuses. to 00 per tent ol its value, then takiug She had two masts, with military tops, tnis as u basis it would seem that our two turrets, two .inoke stocks and a Council ount not to have much difficulShe corned s'.x torpelo ty m arranging ram bow. the matter with the two tubes, was capable of as, eed rate of uauks, who would doubtless be willing 20 knots and het complement was 500 u pa on the Danville basis, or on the men. of any property holder. A, bank, The Almirante Oquendo was in al- basis it is said, is assessed dollar for dollar, most every respect a duplicate of the but a man can give in his house and Vizcaya. f.trm at a much less figure than it cost The Cristobal Colon had a of 6,540 tons and was 328 him or at a. figure he would be unwilh feet long. She had armor, ling to sell at, and iu this way the banks both at the water line and at the gun are paying on all they have while the position, and armor on her individual is paying on about half his deck. Her armament consisted of two property, which is hardly fair. The rapid-fir- e ten guns, six matter will likely come up at the next ten and ten council meeting and if the adjustment guns, two mitralleuses and four tor- is agreed upon the city will get about pedo tubes. She was capable of a $5,000 for immediate use, and some speed oi 20 knots and carried a com- think that a bird iu the hand is worth plement of 450 men. hundred two iu the bush. Twenty-fon- r Of the remaining vessels of the fleet dollars has already been assured from the Furor and Terror were torpedo whisksy liceuse, and, it is said, others boat destroyers and the Reina Mer- will take out liceuse, and with the cedes was an old vessel that was sunk bank and whiskey money some advocate a short time ago by a shell from Sampson's fleet The Terror was not building a city hall aud engine house. with the fleet at Santiago, but is sup- Such a building would pay for itself posed to be at Sau Juan, Porto Rico, in twelve years in the saving of rent undergoing repairs made necessary by Exchange. an encounter with the St. Paul a few TheR. N.T.&B. will sell .tickets days ago. from all stations to Estill Springs Reduced rates via L & N., $1.35 to June 15th to October 1st, at a fare and Lexington and return acct Chatauqua, a third for round trip and on Friday June 29th, to July 9th, good untilJuly and Saturday of each week good relllh. Low rates to all points July 2 3, turning following Monday at one fare tf & 1, good until July 7. One fare plus' round trip. $2.00 to Waseingtou D. C. and retnrn July 4th to 7th good until August 31. Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., tays Low rates to Kansas Citv and Oma- that for constipation he has found ha acct Exposition. Little Early Risers to be perfect. They never gripe. Try theur for Don't get d and stamp stomach and liver troubles. Doug as your; hat every time you put it on. & Wines. . u, cniii-p.omi.se a Cri-.uba1 llar-rodsbuh, Secretary of War. Washington: Camp n;ar Sevilla, Cuba, July 3. We have the town well invested on the north and east, but with a very thin line. Upon approaching- it we find it of such a character and the defenses so strong it will be impossible to carry it by storm with my present force. Our lo!ses up to date will aggregate a thousand, but list has not yet been made, but little sickness outside of exhaustion from intense heat and exertion of the b ttle of the day before yest rday and the almost constant firj which is keptupon the trenches. Wagon road to the rear is kept up with some difficulty on account of rains, but I will be able to ue it for the present. Gen. Wheel r is seriously ill and will probably have Gen. Young to go to the rear is also wry ill; confined to his bed. Gen. Hawkins slightly wounded in foot during sortie enemy made last night which was handsomely repulsed. The I ehavior of the troop- was Gen. Garcia reported he holds the railroad from Santiago to Sa:i Luis and has burned a bridge and removed some rails, also that Gen. Pa.ido has arrived at Palma- and that tlK' French consul with about four hun- red French citizens catne, into his line yesterday from bantigo; have directed h.m to treat them with every courtesy pos.ible. Shaftkr, Major General. Washington, July 4. Secretary Alger the .'ollowing reply to Gen. irhaftrr: 1 Gen. The president di r ets me to ?ay that, yoa have the gr.itiiu ie and thanks of the nation for work of the brilliant and your noble army on Friday, July 1. The stea ly valor and hi roism of officers and men thrill the American The country peoi le with pride. mourns the bravr men who fell in bat-liThey have added new names to R. A. Ai.okk. our roll of heroes. Secretary of War. All of Gen. Shafter's dispatches were not made public .or reasons of expediency. It is understood he will withdraw to the hills near the sea and await reinforcements, which will be Assent as soon as possible. sistant Secretary Mieklejohn is now busy arranging for transportation. Gen. Miles says the result at Santiago appears to be a drawn battle, and that the withdrawal of Gen. Shatter to the highlands of Seboney near the sea would be temporary, enabling the troops to rest and prepare for future work. to-da- y. mag-nifite- Plata FORTIFICATIONS OF 3IA.MLA, CAPITAL OF PHILIPPINE ISLM When hoitIlltIH becln the United Stntei AhIuMc qundron nill pended upon to reduce these fortifications and capture SIsbIIju f de- fi - tea VOLUNTEERS WANTED! Xot for war, but to join our army of customers. "We are now offering many-greabargains in Corsets, Black and Colored Dress Goods. t effi-ctiv- .- e. at most attractive prices. CLiil fcs&in Our line of Wash Goods is complete and JLHU55 aim tt .Linens we lead tne town "If" t. LIl a: r WliitlllUltJb, mil) 11.1. t JjUWIIS ji CORRESPONDENCE. TTAGER So when ou visit the Cit don't fail to en- roll your name on our roster to fight high prices jfeffi and cheap material. Remember we will pro- "ggM teet you in every purchase, large or small. g SVILLE h.still County. Mrs Susie Elkiu, of Speedwell, is visiting relatives here. James T Hamilton, of Richmond, was ueie last week on business. The prolonged silence from this section is due to a broken pen point. Miss Sudie'Manpin, of Richmond, is visiting lelatives at Station Camp. Miss Euiuu Rice, of Rhe Station, cpeut last w ek with relatives here. Lesther Park, who has been attending bchool at Frankfort, is at home agHin i mil US White - & - Gibson, v 1661 i -- S1 p nv fl 6 r rallies n Ml yW&WLfrfr3L fryiy V ' .l: w w lV jfr.r' a ma ail 5.5-inc- h 2.2-inc- h , 1.4-inc- h displace-placeme- nt Misses Belle Lykins and Mattie Covington, ot Waco, visited friends here last Week. Miss Lee Prather and her brother, Fiauk. of Richmond, are vibiting their sister, Mre. J. W. Wiilsou. John Edwards, of College Hill, has been granted the school at Middle Fork, adjo-nin- g this district. Isaac M.Todd, the well known photographer of Irvine, has pitched his tent iu our midst,-au-d quite a number have been before the camera for a flattering likeness. -- Ob Ice This Summer. 7T ESSRS. D. B. Sbackel--- ' ford & Co. have received a large assortment f refrigerators and cold storage g -- six-inc- Observe The Law. 1.5-in- 4.7-inc- b, 2.2-in-ch 1.4-in- lo-Witt- 's absent-minde- tion, or portable, engine to get in its work on the highway, byway aud pass-wa- y is at hand, and one accident, narrowly escaping a loss oflife, has already occurred In tnis connection, it is well enough for persons operating concerns of this class, as well as the public generally, to thoroughly understand the law on the subject. Section 1,343, Kentucky statutes, recites: "Any person owning, operating or moving any traction or portablejengine pu or along any highway or private passway or lane, in this State, that is moved irx Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, whole or in part by steam power, shall Richmond, send, aud keep at least two hundred yards in advance of said engine, a messenger whose duty it shall be to warn all persons of its approach and render such assistance as shall be necessary to secure the safety otall such pereons;;ancL any person failing to comply with the provisions of this section shall lie fined nofclesa than ten "The Richmond, Ky., Climax, weekly, Is credited with the largest nor more than fifty dollars for each circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madison county or in offense." Ex. the Eighth Congressional District." The onlv tiaDer in Madison county which supports all the Democratic A good way to cure insomnia is to nominees, from President to ConstaBleep It off. AiYce. ' SlJISCWfTraUl ble. That Beason of the year for the trac- & U ice boxes which they are hustling off at your own price. & They are indispensable arti- 6 cles. Ice is nice but only once or twice "will 3'ou buy it just to see it melt away in the warmth of summer without a refrigerator or ice box to keep it and to keep your milk, butter, meats, etc. cold, fresh & and sweet. Drop in and see 3Z? the st3rles of boxes. before the stock is picked over m Z 11 M 2? SUM I Co., FfoiD Roweli's Newspaper Directorij. p ttt Et. M K&t- fBffis"e""orsnieinirnr"eouTpictPiy"oerauj;ot the whole system-- , lien ententij; it surrender "o"t "a'ntiajro." Ihts was ay ra.sI - 1 concrratulatfc- - von. sir. ttnon':naT- , -- i. iiv.r-i-," , . . T iHHawiMirfi . V -- i K' fe - th M s nt will pay 3rou Cure sick headache, bad MHfe taste in the moutli. coated tongue, gas la the stomach, distress and indigestion. Do not weaken, but have tonic effect. 2J cents. Tie only rills to take TUh Hood's SarsaparllU. Hood's enthusias- 22 1222 r"v M Rvbj3Bj-- s, I S IIII 31 CASTLE! to examine our goods and get our PJtlGES before buying elsewhere. :t--X- - M 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, tic over good business. E. C. Blanks., of Levvisville, Texas, writes that one box of DoAVitt's Witch Hazol Salve was north $30 00 to him It cured his piles of ten years standing. He advises others to try it. It also cures eezema, skin diseases and obstinate sores. Douglas & Wines. Every man spends about half his time doing things ho forgot to do in their season. The future is uncertain, but if you keep your blood pure with Hood's bar- sapanlla you may be sure of good neaith it "Even an undertaker gets AUGUS HELD, THE VERDICT RENDERED! RICHMOND, MT. STEELING AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE sSm S I QR J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. Madison National Bank, jly6-l- y Style, Quality and Price Guaranteed. NM "V 5 Office over Richmond, Ky. ee ''tP'V y ash Ston "Wash 8 Fabrics Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of ever held in the Blue Grass Regions of Old Kentucky. 'Ss g son National Bank Stock will be sold publicly, next K Fifty (50) Shares of Madi- Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale ; they must all go. 207 WEST MAIN M fS bJf N tf M 7S 7n S 7g leeiae ? STREET.' RICHMOND, ' KY. . XMX SATURDAY, at 11 o'clock, a. m., in front of the Court House. N. B. DEATHERAGE. ft This sale will last for 10 days and each and every item sold during the 10 days out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we cany to correspond with the "Wash. Goods Sale Prices during that time. ----- -- at 3 cents per yard, former price "We One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, Avill be given out 5 cents. Proctor Knott Cigar. MM Elsewhere is published again the official call for a Democratic county I don't believe there ever WEDNESDAY. J QLY 0, - - 189S. convention at the Court House, next Saturday at 2 o'clock, to name delewas so good a pill as Ayer's, gates to the convention. I have been a victim of tero c rible headaches, and never Wm. Cassius Brewer, o Advertisements will be received o found anything to relieve me 3 by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g son of 0 H. Brewer, fell from a tree Thursday, which he had climbed for so quickly as 2 antee that its circulation exceeds a that of any other paper published c a joung squirrel, and broke his left p arm at the wrist. Dr. L. J. Frizee set a in Richmond. o c the broken member. The Louisville Post has adopted the C. L. NEWMAN, Dug Spur, Va. motto of the Courier-Journand every Dr. Hobson, Dentist. day has some editorParis Needs a Club. See our War supplement, All the ials lo'provc that "free silver is as dead news Citizens subscribed about $73,000 as slavery." It is astonishing hov The best smoker, the Proctor Knolt dangerous our gold friends think this for 3 per cent government bonds, and corpse is. They have not the courage jet there is not money onough here cigar. to be put in a planing mill plant. Paris to let it alone. Midway Clipper. Let Midkill paint and trim your ought to have half a dozen small prosmavll-Gm- o He Was a Madisoiiian. carnage. perous manufacturing enterprises. Tl Charles Cavanaugh, the Ameiican organization of a commeicial club to The state favorite, the Proctor gunner, who fired the first shot at Man- look after our interests is much needKnott cigar. ila, was born in Madison county, a son Remember the birthday party at of Arch Cavanaugh, who now resides ed. Repoiter. Siher Creek Chapel A Child Enjiiji, in Kansas. The Richmond Climax. Tor Heartache Tetter, Salt-Rheu- m chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Tho intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allaj-eby applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; d and Kczema. Residences For We will offer have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and patterns to close at Sic per yard, former price 15c. Ttv Sae! sale, r!S5?&--- ' yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 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 Gic to 8c per 12 to ISc per yard. AYER'S PILLS" just what a horse needs when in bad Dr. Caily's Condition Powders, are al long-winde- d -- Sec local Miss To in pie Oldham's removal elsewhere in this isue. 50 shares Madison National Bank stoi k for sale on Saturday next. See notice. See MidkifPs line of buggies before you buy. All work guaranteed, may 11-C- About 150 cattle were at the stock pen Monday which weie boIdfroinJJ to 5 cents. Two nice residences for sale. Good location, well improved homes, aud very desirable. See ad. I have tins best and cheapest road wagon on the market. mavll-Gm- o S. L. MiDKirK. have on hands now a full line of high grade buggies, carriages and road w agons at lowest prices. 1 mall 1 Ohio S. L. Midkikk. n iov. McCreury will, carry every con y in the Sth Congressional Dis-tt in which thcie is no resident ciiididate. Mrs. Williamson will resume her I'm ate School on Seventh street the fir- -t be grateful for Monday in September and would your patronage juuc22-3- m f samuel and Wm. Ilisle caught tv o cat fi&h at the mouth of Flint, in the Kentucky rivei last week, weighing 70 and 40 pounds respectively. The Northwestern Mutual Insurance Co , through their agent, J. Lewis Booker, paid to Mrs. J. M. Foster, insurance held on the life of her late husband. A Sunday school picnic will be held at Slate Lick Spiugs next Thursday, July 7th. AH schools of the couu-t- j invited. Good singing aud speeches b Sunday School workers Miss Tempie Oldham has moved Ikt stock of goods for the mouths of July and August into the room back of Sclilegel's Hall. Ladies wishing Millinery, notions ami underwear, will sae money by calling on her. $2,-00(- 1 such troubles invaluable. Buy for a distance of thirty yards. The a 10c trial bottle and you are bound to Hood's Pills cure 6ick family received a heavy shock, but be convinced. To be had of B. L. nausea, biliousness and all headache, liver ills. julyG-lMiddeltou. fortunately no one was hurt. 1 1 Price 25 cents. Henry Williams, a negro charged Caldwell Kiqh School Teachers Chosen assault upon two youiijr girls, was On Saturday night the Board of Ed mobbed and hung near Macon, Mo. ucation completed the list of teachers TEA cures Dyspcp-HJtlfor Caldwell High School, having p e- v gia. Constipation and Indi viously re elected Prof. Clark .as Super P51 intendent. Tho force as chosen are: gestion.by Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Terry A, Thomas, successors to W. Sold Pjof. Brock, assistant principal; Prof. Q. White. J. 15. Harris Gth and 7th grades; Miss Mrs. Dora Klein, of St Louis, suiRuth Ciow 5th; Mis Bessie Dudley cided bv junipiou into a well, because 4th; Mrs. Mary Belts 3id; Miss Jane her boy joined the army. Alice Arnold primary Ford 2d; Mi-The in erst of Hoods Sarsaparill.v grade; Miss Bessie Coyle to assist Prof. Is literally written in blood. It is traced in the vital fluid Harris Of millions of the human race. Clerks Must Refund. Its positive medicinal merit And curative power is written Among other important decisions of Upon the hears, and graven upon the Court of Appeals before adjourning The minds of thousands Of people whom it has cured. for he summer vacation was one overAnd sriven good health ruling a petition for rehearing in the When there seemed nothing before cace of Bright vs. Stone, Auditor. This Ihem but darkness and dispnir. opinion sets at rest the question as to It cures all diseases arising From or promoted by impure the constitutionality of the law of lb!):!, Blood by its intrinsic merits as allowing clerks a $5 fee in CommonThe One True Blood Purifier. wealth's cases. The court holds tho june8-lcollaw invalid, and $22,000 already Army surgeons say bicycle scorchers lected by the clerks will haye to be are unfit for the army, an account of paid back to the Auditor. heart troubles. m vl Messrs. Elder and Kupard, and is the same property that was sold in 1S97 for $2,800, on Wines The wie worm doesn't crawl out. which nearly $200 has been until after the early bird has eaten his expended in improvements eateu h'is breakfast. since that time. These resicures CUBAN The pleasant fiavor, gentle action, and Planters Cuts, Burns, OIL Rheu dences are among- the most Bank at Paint Lick. soothing effect of Svrupof Figs, when desirable homes in Richmoud There is considerable talk of estab- in need of a laxative, and if the father matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. as regards location, and the' lishing a Lank at Paint Lick. There or mother be costive or bilious, the G.Sold by Perry A. Thomas, successors to W. White. will be sold to the highest and is lots of wealth and abundance of most gratifying lesults follow its use; Of all our best family remedy 't push and hustle in that section, and if so that and is the familv should have dearest to us; infirmities vanity is the best bidder, vithout reserve. every a man will starve his Any one desiring to inspect known the good people up there once .set their a bottle Manufactured" by the Cali- other vices to keep that alive. these poperties will please see heads on having the bank, she will be fornia Fig Svrup Co. Meets Your Needs. us and we will take pleasure forthcoming. Lancaster Itecord. The Senate Committee on Privileges AN'hen you fell tired, languid, nervous aud Elections decides to leport a bill and are troubled with pimples and in showing same. Struck By Lightning. allowing soldiers to vote in the field. Terms i cash, in twelve eruptions, you will find Hood's During the thunder storm last Mon exactly meets your needs. It months, and in 24 months. Splendid Success day lightning struck Mrs. Elizabeth purifies and enrichhs the blood and imtwo miles east of has been had in case of colic, diar- parts to it the qualities neened to tone Better arrangements may be Johnsons house, Berea, tearing oif nearly all the weath- - rhoea, etc, by using Dr. Caldwell's the nerves and nourish the whole sys- made to suit purchaser's convenience. erboarding on one side and scattering it Syrup Pepsin. As a household remedy tem. It cures all blood humors. ij is for - condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 3ents per package. When a feilovv is feeling bad he makes up his mind to diet himself, and as soon as lie gets weil tie forgets all . about it. Thousands of persons have beon cured of piles by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promply and enres eczema and all skin diseases. It gives immediate lelief. Douglas & at 3:00 o'clock, p. m., on at public Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold in this sale at Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. N t SairoypS,1538, dwellTwo splendid ings on North Street, in Richmond, Ky., now occupied by ry 1S Jptv We have recently added toourline of imported French Organdies about 300 new stjles and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former price 23c to 3oc Come early to get choice. All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hamburcs and Embroideries of all kinds, Taris Mulls, Swisses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goodb sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. Prices on all other lines of poods we carry including' Clothing, Carpels, Dress Goods, Notions, fclioes, etc., have been made to low in this sale that each and every item purchased will be You can't go wrong- here. a bargain - I'emember, prices named oh ourentire stock of goods for 10 days during thU sale will be CASIIDOWJf when good are delivered, at all our stores. Now is the time to enlist as a customer-Ware Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to ever' uc to attend. e i V rr. Vv I AVe did not intend to hold this sale when Brui-.es- , we began giving tickets on our handsome Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come early and avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. 5K OLDHAM & COMPANY. M Sar-saparil- la G, W. EVANS & SON. P. P. Ballard, Auct. ! J$Bk ( 53 $wk Asm, W-- W? s I m 1 Our Great Mid Summer Clearance Sale! New Deputy Collector. Collector Yerkes has appointed Mi- llard West, of Louisville, as deputy collector to fill tho vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Thomas Austin. The later will take the place of assistant assessor under J.is. McCarley. Mr. West's division consists of Gar- julyG-2- In Be calling in R. N. I. & B. railroad bonds of Madison county, Ivy., and isThe Cream and Crimson of 180S, pub- suing and selling new Madison county lished by the senior class of Central bonds to pay for same. University, is away beyoned its former efforts at typographical beauty and is The question of callings the indeed a gem. It is liberally illustraNicholasvillo, Irvino and ted with half tone cuts and in every Railroad Bonds of Madison way a valuable souvenir. Stanford county, Ivy., and of issuing and substiJournal. tuting therefor new bonds of said coun-tliavinc been submitted to this Here is some more of that "it n court, and it appearing that the said nonsense" as Southern used to say. Yale University lias just conferred the R X. I. & B. bonds are now subject to honorary degree of LL. D. on Presi- call having been issued prior to Sepdent Mckinley, who at present needs tember 2S, 1S91, and the court being of more stiffening to his backbone than he the opinion that considerable money honorary degrees' Stanford may be saved to Madison county, Ky., does by such action, it is aov ordered that Journal. this court will on August 1st, 18US, call Account of opening ball at Estill in all of the said R. N. I & B. Madison Springs Friday July 8, the R. N. L & B. county bonds and will on said August will sell tickets to Irvine atSl.OOfor l6t, 189S, order tiiat new bonds on. Madthe round trip, good returning follow- ison county, Ky., be issued and Bold ing Monday- - A special train will leave and the proceeds of the sale of same bo Richmond 8:30 p. in. July 8th, re- to the payment of the old bonds thus d turning next morning arrive at called in. 6:05 a. in. Notice of this court's contemplated action in this bond matter as above set Bill Wright and Jim Pond, two publinegros of Scacytown engaged in a fight out is ordered to be given by the copy of this entiie order in last Saturday, whereupon Wright cut cation of a Kentucky Register Pond four times about the face an3 the columns of the and in tb.a columns of the Richmond throat, which ctmc near resulting in Climax in their weekly Issues for four his death. of etwh of said paLatee. Wiigtit was lodged in jail consecutive issues at pers, and 'by pnntedposlws and Pond sent to the Infirniary for ttie. the most public places in each voting treatment. It if. thought he vill prednrtof Madison county, Kyj.,'fort Mr. W. S. Jones has received an an- least thirty day, before said Asfcust 1st, nouncement from Mr. J. Henry Sitt, 1S28 , Secretary and Treasurer of the of Kentucky, y CuntytSf-MM5?Brewing Co , stating- that cU thV Cpuuty I, Jno.K While,-Clerthey will be opeit to fill orders for boer bottle CoHrtRBdcOHUty aforesaid ceitify that about July 20, Thoy will the Bluo Grass Export Seer, which ie this a tree oopv ef 'abovo order as ap pear in Hy oflBee. destined to become very popHlar-witday the people of Keptacky- ppf Jl's'' c ttroMMy inodera di dUBtr, iK Tins brewery IKO, . WHlT,rtfcS O. and tmd eoadueted hf Mr JrigMt f o and experfeMee area. , J ; 4- Bich-mond, Mrs C. G. Forbes was out in town Monday for the first time in three months. It will be remembered that Mrs. Forbes during her illness, was at the point of death, and her recovery will a source of great pleasure to Iter friends. e rard, Madison, Estill, Itockcastle and Jackson. He will enter upon his du He has just reached tho ties age of 21 years aud is a young man of exemplary habits, good qualifications and polite. Lancaster Record. to-da- y. Madison Counly Fiscal Courl. Beat-tyvil- le v. Health and strength carry us through dangers and make us safe in the presence of peril. A strong man with rich, pure blood", has nothing to fear from germs. He may breathe in the bacilli of consumption with impunity. If there is a weak spot where the gems may find an enterance to the tissues, then the trouble begins. Disease gemrs propagato with lightinglike rapidity. Once in the blood, the only way to get rid of them is to kill them. This is what Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover' is for. It 'purifies the blood That means that it kills the germs, but that is only part of what it does. It assists digestion by stimulating the secretion of digestive fluids, so promoting assimilation and nutrition; purifies and enriches the blood and so supplies the tissues with the food they need. It builds up strong, healthy flesh and puts the w hole body g state. into a stamps to cover Send 21 cost of mailinc only, and get his great Common fcense book, The Peoples Medical Adviser, absolutely fkee. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, No. G63 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. It The United Confederate Veterans will meet in annual convention at Atlanta, July 20 to 23. disease-resistinone-ce- The time of year has arrived that we inaugurate A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Every dollars worth of goods (pa in our house must be soUl. Our prices will make them go. Read carefully, it will be money saved by doing so. (j Read Our Prices. - 7 A M Ntf Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our OuV $5.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price $6.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price $8.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price: .$ 3 50 Fi??l (111! I Say! have you given 'Dr. Caldvi ell's Syrup Pepsin a trial? It will cure vou of your constipation, will correct your stomacti troubles ami inaue your me worth living. Trial size bottles 10c, (10 doses 10c) large size 50c and 1.00 of julyG-lB. L. Middelton. It is said that tho Big Four will buy the Monon Road, from Louisville to m Chicago. "Win Ttich-uion- your battles against disease by acting promptly. One Miimto Cough Cure produces immediate results. When taken early it prevents consumption. And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief. Douglas & .Wines. No amount of exposure will make a man an immune in aJovo affair. When wear begins to exueed repair In vour body you are going', to fall sick. The signs of it are: lossof flei.h paleness, weakness, nervousness, 'ine repair needed is food. Yoh think you eat enousrh. and vet you fill that you wear out more tissue, energy, nerve- force, man vour ioou niaues loryou. Tho ditllculty is that you dp not digest enougii. And rthis is bO serious it is t worth sitliug down seriously to n von can't dlsres't what voneat, taken few xloses of. t5hlikerJ)Jie6tiv.Cor4iui. "wiie enecci mwm m you to iuawm 'your .flesh and hunks filr V w.,'fc! foil "T-" . 2? "' ' J'UXX Ul6 jt 18 jn control oijyour repw tec S.tltttMtM. It!s '&sy enotieh-ttt.faryowwyf.' . Take a fSw bHtie flf " CordUl. JL Hhakr " t .a " T.. think-nl.on- $4 1 10 Cents for a Button. ) $1 For a Rip Pants, Dutchess make. $2 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our $0 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price $10 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price $12 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price $15 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price $18 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price $5 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price. $6 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price. $7 Young Men's Suitsr Clearance Sale Price. $8 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price S10 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price t Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price $2.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price $3 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price $2 Knee $1 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance SalePriee $1.50 ICnee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price . .. . $3.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price. . 4 50 G 00 v. . . . .'. 0 75 "... 7 25 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 2 25 - 2 85 . . 5k- - I. iphi a yj fi J - Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Men's Pants, Clearance ale Price Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price 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 $4.50 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $3 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $3.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $4 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $ 2 15 2 40 3 00 3 40 1 00 1 15 1 30 1 50 1 75 2 25 2 65 3 00 3 75 s ". .". sssa - OUR HATS. Hat Straw Hat Straw Hat Straw Hat A 1 50Straw Hat A 1 00 i? ur Hat A 1 25 Fur Hat A. l ou .p ur nac A 1 75 Fur Hat A 2 50 Fur Hat A 3 00 Stiff Hat A A $ 50 Straw- - 75 A 1 00 A 1 25 & 't8 A .......... ......................... .. ............................ ............................ " " .... 7 $ 35 50 05 SO 100 125 1 75 90 in i5 JLJ1 2 10 B3 10c N CENTS' FURNISHINGS. A Good Linen Collar A Good Pair of Sox 50 Cent Neck Wear 25 Cent Neck Wear .'. AW Sic 3Sc Our $2.50 Dutchess Men's Pants', Clearance Sale Price Price. . .... .... . .. 1 50 1 75 X A Large line of Wash Ties at Negligee Shirts 20c 5c 45c Everything in our house goes at this Clearance Sale. We want to sell the goods. object,, as indicated by our quotations. ... Prices-n- o Give us a look. No old goods, everything fresh and new po.-tc- - State XT R -- k J st h V-4- K".rvrJ .. -- rJK. "-- - sj 3 ,a ?j r? T WMMN G 3- - iii mum SFrHl o - ' vf &iia up-to-d- . - - "I I v x lei" - " llitiv8 Strid bLdsrJste ihq emm u?iw It prfettte, ifk. r r& - A ft " tr,. - fi.l tjti&i S. J 2. IK,,rf &.. 0 ' 'sgspfggg&ja iSSSHsn - swg County Court Days. . ZSaraCBH pw. " UPWHPWPi! 3?35Srj F v-- ji J ; gEr r t ! e .. e a . ?Csf JS- ".? - JJ PSS5HEr: 0 - lJWlWjlWWWMpMi sw?? v 5r5fi' "'S- I - U i ' - CALL AT JbfDrur Jvl Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Kiclmioutl, Madisou county, Una Monday. Lexington, Fayette connty, second SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scotf county, third Mon- Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- day. Danville, Boyle couuty, third Monday. 2?icholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. te Winchester, Clark THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRDP OF FIGS county, fourth county, Gen nine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Phone 3. Second St. JifCmiOXB, XT. All drusBUU Mill Dr. Miles' Pain Tills. r r 55 m X 55 o o S S 00 s a 5:?;5 r- n o pi I B S c v: c .fc, fa. rt ccooocco.. .. .- is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, butalso to tin care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Sriuir 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 Califokxia Fio Svrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured, by other parties. The high standing of the California Fiq Srmjp 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 nets on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN Fit AN CISCO. Cut xcw vokk. Louisville. Ky. Jan5-l- y Monday. Versailles, Monday. THE woodford fourth 11IU .'ICTUI'.E BATTLE. A GRAPHIC BY ONE PBESEHT AT THE TIME. 5 fl i ErS o I I jr. y. c o Mf4--M---Mt--f-M-M o O So f C Hock & OornsHson I -a C?-- 3 O a.Tv& CO I B FORI aeoo cote Two, 3VccActA bus.. jvc, OTTvaio Tho following, wliich is taken from the Lexington Leader, will be read with interest by Madison county people ns the writer lias numerous relatives in the connty: Lieut. John Gibson, navigator of the United States cruiser Boston, wliich took n conspicuous part in thegreat triumph at Manila, has written a letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gibson, of this county, tellingof the battle. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson live six miles from the city on the Richmond pike. Jt is a most interesting letter vand the following arc some extracts from it: U. i. S. Boston, Manila, May 3, 189S. Dew Mother When I last wrote to you ue were standing by waiting for the war news from home. Wo left. Hong Kong on April 24 and went to Mirs Bay, :i distance of about thirty miles, where we assembled all ourships and transports nine in all. After getting the U. S. Consul, who had just left Manila, we left on April 27 and headed for Luzon Island, the main one of the Philippines and on which is situnted Manila. Wc sighted the island early Saturday, April 30. We continued at our slow speed in the bay and got oil Manila soon after daylight. At 5:35 a. m. Sunday, May I, the ball began. Hi kmik ul Ok Rafay. Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. Time ol Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Acoom 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 ptn G IT I Sleeper Louisville Sa CbaUanoojv and Uirm'.mnim. also Lexing-to ton to Ja. kon ille via lLt Springs, AsheviUe, and Pullman Uolo-- i fcl'ier Lexingloa to JJei? Orieans. Dally ezeept Sunday. A V.'heoos.P.&T.A S.rSHUrT,P.T.A.. IxuUviUe Ky. Lexington. Ky. XtrunMklrk. 2 carries Pullman The first shot were fired at us from a couple of shore batteries at Manilla. Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accoin. We fired a few shots in return, but did . F. V New York Limited not wish to shell the city and thus deEAST BOUND. stroy private propert-- . Our orders f 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accora.. 11 58 am from liome were to destroy the men-of- New York LimiU-- F. F. V. C 30 pm Lexington and ML Sterling Accom war especially. AVe could see the ves- A A 9 23 pm Washington Express j sels inside the point at Cavite, and as Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains ran daily. the Olympia got close enough, about Through steeping and dining car service to New York. two and to three miles, they For information, rates or sleeper reservations opened fire on her both from tho shore K. HOOD. Agent call on or write Richmond, Ky. batteries and from the ships. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. The Xck Acetylene Gas Bicycle Lamp. D P. A. C. k O. Rv.. Lexington. Ky. The battle raged for two hours, until 7:35 o'clock, all ships firing as rapidly Ho Kors as possible with great guns and sec. : SOOT, ondary batteries, and the fire being re3 w5lttR&?S?u. : 0 KOKE, turned most nobly by the enemy. My GREASE (ship, the Boston, was also exposed to The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shorteu:ng the time to the tiro from Manila. Wc could see nor DANGER Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier our shells strike the enemy many times Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The tho shells being of steel or iron, but splendid train with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and NewOrleans Vcstibuled hollow and filled with powder, which think DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve "Limited." is emipped makes it "Easier Than explodes when they strike, thus scat- ie the finest preparation on tho market Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territorj . tering pieces aud flame in all directions. for piles." So write John C. Dunn, of It can't jarorbloK The (Vntnl is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Crs and Vestibniled trains out like an Oil Lamp. Wheeling, W. Va. Try it aud you will from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tow 1st Car for California, At 7:30 o'clock a. in., Commodore think the same. It also enres eczema ABSOLUTELY . Lve Loaisville every Thursday 9 25pm Douglas & g 18am Dewey decided to haul oil to give his and all skin diseases. Arr Memphis Friday. Light costs or a cent an hour. Throws 7 4Spm Arr New Orleans Friday n clear, white light 100 feet ahead. Send men a chance to get breakfast and also Wines. Lve NewOrleans Friday 8 20pm for circular and learn alxjut the . 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday to discuss the situation with the capGreatest Bicycle Lamp of the Tear 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday PANOLA. tains. It seemed that we were not do3 45pm Arr Elpaso Sunday From your dealer C , 9 2Hpm Arr Los Angeles Monday or sent prepaid for J'4ing the enemy the necessary damage, 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Oats will he poor. aud ns we were getting short of ammuTbt k lit Trc? Nukr Ente U CiWcrcb. BADGER BRASS MFG. GO. Wheat is Rood. nition, it was unwise to lire it all away KENOSHA, WIS. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to uselessly. Corn in fine condition. w v r the territory mentioned will do well to comwww municate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling PassenJas. Simpson and mother from Bates ger Agent, Louisville. Ky. About 11 o'clock we got under way county, 3o., visited relatives iu the W. Alpord Keixond, A G. P. A., Headache had? Get Dr. Miles Fain Fills. A. H. Hanson. G P. A., Lonisville, Ky. to continue the battle by steaming by neighborhood last weok. Mrs. Simpdec29-lChicago. 111. the point at Cavite, going slowly, firing son is a sister of J. M. and W. Q. CovFrankfort h Cincinnati Railway. deliberately and if possible more care- ington of this county. J. JL is 82 years fully. Before we started the eecond old, Mrs. Simpson about 80 and Wm. In Effect Slay 1, 1898 time we were a bit cheered up by see- Q. possibly 79. The two brothers DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. ing flames break out on some of tho sought to ascertian their avoirdupois Time Table No. :tt Taking Effect Mon Mny, May 2, 189S. EAST BOUND. enemy's ships, so concluded that we while here, and J. M. would not be a.m. p.m. fst Class. 2d Class. Lve Frankfort. 6 30 3 00 had done them more damage than we satisfied till they weut to the stock east bodsd. ji0- j No- - 3 xTa ' Elkhorn. 6 43 3 20 at first thought. Our large shells (six, scales and divested themselves of their 6 51 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 3 32 " Switxer. Ground ' Stamping 7 02 For the first time AV. Q. 3 48 eight and ten inch) exploded in their clothing. Duvalls A. M. P.M. A.M. . 7 08 3 58 10 21 Georgetown Versailles 6 52 . 7 20 4 06 ships, setting them on fire so rapidly outweighed J. M. J. M. claims that 5 30 11 02 6 43 Lve Georgetown 7 35 Nicholasville 4 15 8 00 that they did not have time to put out while he was born before his brother 11 25 8 00 Valley View 8 20 Arr Newtown 4 42 8 12 11 41 MrHion ' Centrevillc 8 13 8 50 4 52 tho flames. 8 22 Wo went at it in a cold- and sister he is mucL youngtr than 11 54 Richmond. 9 15 8 30 Elizabeth 8 28 4 58 P. SI. 8 40 " Paris 5 10 blooded manner, this second time, with either of them. He says much has 12 13 Union 10 00 a fixed determination to do them up been said about his brother as a WEST BOUND. Moberley. 10 05 ... 12 13 .. a.m. p.m. or go up ourselves. UrassGeld 12 30 10 25 horseback rider and truthfully too, but Lve Paris 9 20 5 30 12 35 Panola in 40 S 32 Arr Elizabeth 5 42 1 05 We steamed in until we were within he could always defeat W. Q-- at any11 35 .... Irvine 9 38 Centreville 5 48 Newtown. 9 48 558 a mile of the point, rapidly at first un- thing they went at. Georgetown No72TNoT4TNoT8 VoTTo 10 00 6 68 til we turned, then slowly, and as we 6 30 wkst boosd. Ex SunjEx Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Lve Georgetown ....10 40 The editor of tho Evans City, Pa., Arr Duvalls. 10 56 6 41 were at lastin line westopped ourships A.SL P. SI. P.M. A. SI Stamping Ground. 11 10 6 48 Globe, writes, "Ono Minute Cough 11 55 Irvine 2 00 .11 25 Switzer ... 6 59 directly in front of the enemy. Cure is rightly named. It cures my Panola 2 25 1 05 Elkhorn II 35 7 06 The Baltimore led the procession. It 1 20 Ilrassfield 2 30 11 55 Frankfort 720 Moberley 1 45 2 41 was a grand sight shell, flames and children after all other remedies Union C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent 2 47 6 05 Richmond. smoke, and the roar of cannon pouring failed." It cures coughs, colds and all 3 15 2 15 GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. 6 20 Million 3 30 3 00 out of her starbroad side from big guns throat and lung troubles. Frankfort, Kentucky. Valley View 6 31 3 45 3 25 4 10 6 58 Nicholaaville ... 4 JO and little ones, the enemy's shells exA LETTER FR0N COL. M0SBY. 7 50 Versailles 5 00 6 10 ploding and falling all around her. A. SI. P. SI. P. M. P. SI. B. J. Newlon, in Owenton Herald. or Stolen ! Next came the Olympia, then the All trains connect with Louisville Southern Raleigh, then the Boston, the same Sometime since we commented on trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains firing being carried on by each of us the fact that a number of military apto and from Cincinnati. until the enemy's guns were silenced, pointments had been made upon pureJ. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. From my plat near Million, on Thursday W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. night, a red milch cow, with white tip on tail her shore batteries deserted and all her ly political and personal grounds, withand lon.7 horns. A liberal reward will be paid ships destroyed, either sunk or on fire. out any regard to tho fitness of the for return of same to SQUIRE ROBERTS. c statement made in some of the newsMillion, Ky. -At 1:15 o'clock the Commodore called papers that Col. John S. Mosby, whose 7lB73HBrK9r7BiBin3mvTifVT us off bv signal. Our ship did not get daring exploits iu the Civil War were RAILWAY. hit a single time during the second en the wonder and admiration of the 'V (IN KENTUCKY ) gagement, nor were any ot our people country, had offered his services to the hurt on auy of the ships. Yesterday we Government in the present trouble, trhrdnle In effect May 1. 1808. U were told that tho Spanish lost 150 kill- and had been advised that it would be vm EASTTtOUMl. No 1. Xo.fT"pNo,i ed and about 300 wounded, but, I sup- well for him to procure some A Book for Young and Old. 4.05pmi 7.4ipm Lv Louisville ... in order to have his applicapose it was probably nearly double that. P.cwam aspm' P.OTpra Ar SbclbvvllV. O.V.am 6.39pm, Ar Lorcnceb"if . tion considered. "We take the liberty 10.lfa.ru 6.62pm'ia0?pm Ar Versailles . OUR WE CURE f of publishing tho following letter from l(i.4iain 7.20pm Ar Loximrton When you have 2. "No.4. 6. No. No. wEKTUOPMi. RECORD NERVOUS a sick horse you Col. Alosby in regard to the matter, 7.45am 4.40pm 5.rara Lv Lnximrtim do not hitch him which we feel sure will be of interest . 6.10am 5.05pm 5J7om Esti 1878 Ar Vrrlles.. up to a sulky and BLOOD 5.30pm." fi.45un Ar La renreb'a .... take him to the to our readers: Ar Shelbyille Rt7am' Cl&pm. 6.23am S 15 250,000 race track for a lOJftamj 7.60pm TJJam. San Francisco, Cal., June 8. 189S. Ar.Loui vlllc .. u little healthful Dear !Xewlon: I drop a line to thank H DISEASED Trains Nos. I. 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observe-spin. You doc PRIVATE lion Chair Cars. tor him. You cannot you for yonr kind rememberanco of uio U2H MEN Wj DISUSES f work or recreate a man in your EjISTIHICKP. WESTBOUjfD. editorial of June 2. It is ap into good health any N. lipCo. II. STATIONS. No. 12.1NO. 14. i KM rilnrn fFl n WUttLU i3 t more than you can a predated all the moro as coming from Loui-v4.(fim: 7.4 fcim Lv Ar lifclYTj horse. Bicycling one of my old men. When you fi.3ipm; Ar LnrncbrcAr. K2."pm fL25am say of will make healthy ArliHixxlkbgAr 4.4(pm' 7J5am men more healthy; it my oiler to serve as a soldier in the war 7.2irai IOJTam,Ar Dunrln. , Lr. 4.3opmi awill make unhealthy is true. I scorned to ask a Congress r.AsnjouxiJ. wESTBonsCURED men more unhealthy.. No. !S.ltNo.n7. statioxs. Na ItnKa CS. j When a man has been man, or anybody else, to use. "InYOUNG MAN 7. ('Jam Lv Louisvtl Ar:10.5.Sam. 70pm s living in too big a hurry, fluence" to get my offer accepted. 1 v.tf.Min.Ar Ar' L!mi laiCam Ar Shelbrtl AH W7am' S. 9pm when ignorant of tho terriblo crime you when he has worked Verslles Ciim ll.HKun Midway Arl P.Osara &3Spm were committing. Did you only consider himself out, when he was not. asking of the Government a 7.1Spm Ar 7.45m the fascinating allurements of this evil has got so that he does favor, bat simply the privilege of 7.4pm i2.tSpm Ar Georgtn Lv! 7.1.am ZJXipm hitbitT When too late to avoid thn -not sleeo or eaL or rest westbot;kd. ! kastisouxu. to noio Tesuits, lrere your cyca and the whole world looks gloomy to hlra, fighting f.he battles of the country. your ierur ma yoa later oa in man BTATJOXS. 2. tNo. l.'No. 5. tyg it is time for him to take medtcint. Then, hood contrast mv l'KI VATK orlirWin Physically I am more fit to go to war 7.4ikun! 4.u5pmLv Loulsvil A 10.55am! 7Vmra di;eare7 Weruyoucurcd? Bo yoa now when he is braced up a bit. it is time 5.KpmJLT Verslles Arl now tha?i 1 was In 1S61. I don't think lai!ii. TJopmArNlcblvlllAr 7Wam SLOOpm and then see Hmo alarming fymptoms? enough for him to take to the bicycle. lUtijin. &58am 4.10iim jaro you marry in yonr jrtent conWhen a man's nerves have an edge on a Congressman could tell the President lLapm! 6.prnlAr ltlehmnd Lv 3.15pm dition? You luotr. "LIKE FATHKK, them, so that the least little disappoint(Ar Irvine Lr Litonnv iUlpm L1KK SON." If marriod, are yon ment rasps on his temper like a file, when unyuiniK aoout my capacity as l living in dread7 Is marriage a STATlOSi NoTl iKa aT his stomach and liver and nerves are de- soldier which he did not know a long failure withyoion account of any weakI.v Louisville l.ihpm ness cauwd by early abase or later exranged, and he is continually gloomy and time ago, as he was in the Ar I.exin?ton 1035pm Shenandoah cesses? Ilavo you been drugged with melancholy, he should take Dr. Pierce's . Ar Knoxvi.le merenry? Thil booklet will noint nut In T.tetra Golden Medical Discovery. It makes a Valley in 1864, and you aud I were Ar Abcrii!e ....... MOam M5pra you tho results of these crimes and point man as hungry as a fisherman and sees to there Iod. Yours truly Ar Sarannali.... ... nnt IvivMIr VPW MSTIIIVn T!HiP 5.10am vr Jacksonville .... it that all the vital elements of the food are MENT will positively euro you. It U.l5am Joyn S. Mosdy. absorbed'into the blood. It braces np the; shows how thousand s have been favnl bv Ar Chattanooga 7.20pm taoain our KEW TREATMENT. Tt mrx liver and puts it to work In' the right way. Ar Atlanta S.00amlL10am .how- wo can GUARANTEE TO CURE Ar Ma. on It drives all bilious impurities from the The Chief Burgess of Milesburg, Pa., aitom .... A 1 UUKAjUIiE CASE OK NO PAY. ArjJackonjHle system. It fills flesh, nerves, brain cells, says D'oWitlV-JLittlJ5pn: , .. no treat nad euro EMISSIONS, Early Risers are Chattanooga 7.40pm tSiam smews and bones with the l.r eleVAUICOCELE. SYPHILIS. GEEBT; Ar I.irmtnsbam ....... 11.3 pm U.lUpm ments, of rich, red, pure blood. It makes' the best pills he ever used in his famiSriUCTUKE, ISI POTENCY, Sli Ar ilcTidian 15 am laiUam a man neaituy and then a bicycle, will ly duringiorty years of house CRET DRAIJTB. UNNATURAL DISAr Kenr Orleans. ...... laahun lOJOam keeping. make him strong. .Medicine dealers edl CHARGES. KIDNEY and 1ILAIHVFR No I carries Free Chair ear LouUrlllc to Tlieycure constipation, sick headache dUeases. it, and havejiotbing "just as good." Lx.nzion. there connecting with SolU e '.Train carrrlns Uirouvb PuUmaa Sleeu-ta- e eh your skillful treatment I am once and liver troubles. Small in size liut CURES GUARANTEED Car to rmlncham. Meridian and NerOr-ican- s. man,'" writes N. Arnold. Esq.. of great in results. Douglas S AVines. alxo mate cloe oinae tlon at Cbatta-mo- a Candy, legtn Ox, ifeb. J. suffered for vcara The Wages of Sin" sent free dt r,I for Atlanta. .acon, Jacksonville and with coinsupatlon raslotinr 2c itam;n. CONSULTATION Hwi- Je2-i- y -f 4-h, In the Pnidental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the !est We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 261 Second Street, Up'Stairs. ITBUKNSGAS? THESOLflR one-ha- lf EASIER THAI EM jt":Sr r- i Pi Names arc taken and according to size and education, papors and leaf lets aro distributed among them. From out the regular Sunday School are selected a superintendent, treasurer, and secretary aud when the work is During the battle I had only my very largo they appoint assistantsuper-iutiMident- s or else tho work is divided trousers and aiiderehirt on and was all and new o Hi cere elected for tho new the time wet with prespiration and covered with smoke,' dirt anil mu-k- . 'Department " The duty of tho superintendent is to My duty is in charge "of the ammunition supply ;tnd 1. have about iilty men visit each home, at least once a quarter, under me. I kept iliein up to tueir and to take from thoso who can write, work and spirits by pouring whisky in- the answer to the question found on to them by the Lottie, gave them all their papers, to talk to all and to enihey wanted and scooped in a good courage all in their endeavor to lend supply myself. With no sleep and christian lives. The treasurer collects the money that nothing to cat there is nothing like has been put aside by each member whisky to keep one's courage up. Coffee will keep your strength up, but and keeps account of tho amount given whisky keeps up the courage. I had by each. The secretary keeps account of all the laid in a supply at Hong Kong for this new names as well as the old names, occassion, and am glad 1 did so. and distributes new papers aud leaflets With much love for all, I am among them. son, John Gibson. The work as yet has been introduced P. S. I will write again at the first opportunity. I forgot to say that we into but few cities and into fewer towns, alone have avenged ourselves for the but where it has been used good has loss of tho Maiue, both as regards life been done. It is of vastly more im and money value. I suppose we have portance in cities than in towns but can already destroyed government property be made useful in both places. The head departments have papers of the Dons to the amount of $10,000,000 and leaflets printed especially for this and goodness knows what we may do before we get through. J. G. work, but more often the regular Sunday School quarterlies are used. Sick headache, biliousness, constipaThe officers must have great courage tion and all liver aud stomach troubles and strength or else their work will be can be quickly cured by using those of littlo value, and to carry it on sucfamous little pills known as Do Will's cessfully they needs must have the Tittle Early Risers. They are pleasant of the whole Sunday School. to take aud never gripe. Douglas & After months of hard work they usuWines. ally try to establish a mission Sunday school in each district, sometimes to CORRESPONDENCE. succeed and often to fail and then to try again. Thoso who visit these people should COLLEGE HILL. go as sympathising friends rather than Mrs. Webber is very low with con- to exhibit their saintliness in routine sumption and not expected to live "duties." We find in this as well as in every long. other good work that "where there Mrs. Wm. Buck, who was taken sick at the home of her son atNewby.somo is a will there is a way." Georgia-RaMagMlllan. weoks ago, is now home and slowly improving. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Dr. Comb's baby, which has been hooping-cougvery sick with is some The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever better. The funeral of Mrs. Jerry Kyter, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilwho died near Waco, was preached at blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay rethis place by Rev. Wyatt. Mrs. Susie and Dolly Mize. of Cay quired. It is guaranteed io give perfect City, visited Mrs. Combs Saturday satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & and Sunday. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. Mr. Sid Powell, of Clark county, G. White. lecl5 ly visited Mr. Edwards Sundav. Miss Ella Korris, of Richmond, was OMAHA EXPOSITION the guest ol Miss Isancy Norris Sun-- 1 Juno 1st to October 1st da v. youraf-fectionate .'5 Ono ship alone1 lost 100 killed. We could see our shels strike and explode mid soon the sqiokuandfire started up. As they Mere iu5ido thopointthosewho were able to do! so jumped and swam ashore. It is hard to think of the poor fellows having such hard, luck, because they were so p ucky to hold out the second time. Their ships were completely Tiddled shot hole after shot hole through them. Our success was duo to superior marksmanship, which shows the necessity of a taiget practice which we have had and they have not. Target practico is expensive, but it is far cheaper in the end if it brings sue cess. "THE HOME DEPARTMENT" ALL WOMEN Tho folio whig paper was read by Miss Georgia Ray MacMillan at the Union Sunday School Convention, held at Union City June 25: Jot mauy years ago, a zealous Sunday School worker originated the idea of carrying on tho work among those who either would not or could not attend the regular Sunday School. This work is tho work of tho "Home DeShould Xnr'- - tUat tho "OldTima" Itomody, PLEASE m TRY partment. r.iho hwit for ! Trnnhlei. Corrects all Irregularities In Keraalo Organs. Should be i. taKen inr (.Hants oi unc unu uciunj Planters "014 Time" RcaieiEes have stood tho tost for twenty years. uum-diii- CANDY CATHARTIC I0c. 25c, 50c. epts-i- y Jlada only by New Fpencer Medicine Co., Tpnnes"e. Chat-tanou- Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decs-ly- r Q. White. ALL DRUGGISTS. -- 4 STTRFOTYPERS' STRIKE. Thry Drrmitul an Increase of Wage From 83 23 to 84.00 IVr Djj unit K-cflnctlon of Working Hours, "AsCoiiAs loe." 9 a wo ADVERTISE WITH US, "WE ARE THE FEGFLE " Ciiicaoo, July The following bulletin was posted at every Chicago newspaper office Friday evening at 10 o'clock: At 8 o'clock this (Friday) evening the Stereotypers' union notified tho newspaper publishers of Chicago that unless their demands for en increase of wages from $3.25 to per day, a reduction of the working day from 8 to 7 honrs, with payment at the rate of 75 cents per hour for all overtime, and other concessions, were at once acceded to, they would refuse to return to work. In consequence of this , common with all action tho other Chicago papers, will not appear Saturday. This action of the newspapers was in pursuance of an understanding recently entered into, including among other provisions the following agreement: 2l S-- t - a. " AaaaBaaaaaaaajiaaAaaaaaaBAAaaAAAiu&.iTft a at" . " a w & U This is the grateful expression of the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled Iry ice made from FARMERS Do you need a PIow,n '0 o pure distilled water by the Richmond Ice Facto- - isss-aaa.- - , Free delivery, in any quantity, and on short notice. A Wagon, or other rufflBEi'Uinu '0 . JL--.-.- ,i, o 9 o o a a e e a Wc are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Olds Farm Wagon. In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware. Tin Hooting and Guttering a Specialty. David R. MANAGER. Tevisj!Sv:X:XL:)R.r9s.. aaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaAAAaA i .a ::9 e a a a a a a a a o 9 ST A ! -- -- "In tho event of a strike In any of tho departments of ono or more of tho Chicago dally newspaper offices the mechanical resources of all our offices shall be pooled to the extent and with the purpose that no newspaper shall bo published unless and until all the newspapers can he promptly published on the same day." The stereotypers have been averaging from 810.50 to S23 per week on six day evening papers and fpom S24 to 527 i MittatiitatiiititititiiiiKiiM saaaaaaaecaeaceaaaaaaeaaaas9 Read This; I have rented for 189S the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my olhce over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attomey-at-LaFLORIDA H. PAItniSH, Jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent. ' TRUTHt I B SIBOIltEB TEAI D17L0HACT! t We have found on seven day morning papers. It is anticipated that the influx of stereoUEI). V. RILEY typers from all parts of the country will be so immediate and so great that Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends the interruption of publication will Wright's Celerv Capsules. continue for but a few days. Shelbyville, Kv., May 26, '96. To The Chicago publishers Friday night Wright .Medical Co., Col., 0.: issued the following card to newspaGents I have purchased a box of per proprietors in neighboring cities: Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. and used them for 'The publishers of Chicago would appreciate Middelton, drut-gisIt If the newspapers in contiguous, territory Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constiwould not try to supply Chicago with their pa- pation and found that they gave me impers. No effort will be made here for two mediate relief every time. 1 think it an days and la the meantime It Is the opinion that excellent remedy. t, it best to tell the truth about the slm-we sell and when we do that it makes war wit;' competition. If instead of telling the truth w., - practiced what we have come to call diplomacy, we would parade before the public some beautifully polished lies, which, while the- - could the cause ot all newspapers would bo best served by this plan. Other cities may have a similar experience very shortly and Chicago papers would undoubtedly reciprocate." Milltury IJalloon Successful. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Rilev. sen-ic- e 'I . .... w w jly6-6- y R.N.I. &B.R.R.1 Washington, July 2. Reports received at the navy and war departments announce the successful operation of military balloons. Adm. Sampson reports that the first balloon used by the navy was sent up from the THE GKAXIJKST EXPOSITION New York on Thursday and worked (exrept World's Kair) ever planned successfully. Col. Allen reports to in l he United Stales. Iiocated within Gen. Greeley that he has successfully cheap and quick access of the entire used the Signal corps war balloon. Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at Observers, he says, could plainly see your own doors. Through tickets be- the ihips in the harbor, the city of yond Omaha allow stop-ovRe- Santiago and the movement of the duced excursion'rates to Omaha. Take Spanish troops about the streets. the Burlington Route tho old and Camara's Fleet. firmly established line to and through Madrid, July 2. According to a disOmaha in any direction. patch received Friday at the Spanish Howard Elliott. L. "W. Wakkley ministry of marine, Adm. Camara, in Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. command of the Spanish fleet recently St. Louis, Mo. at Port Said, Ejrypt, has passed through the Suez canal, apparently on his way to the Philippine islands. London. July 2. -- The officials of the United States embassy discredit the Madrid dispatch saying Adm. Camara Every mother has passed through the Suez canal. feels an i n d e -- They say he had not entered the canal scribable dread Friday morning. ers. MADE TABLETS A MAI ME AJAX PrrHP ' POSITTVF.I.Y 1 cretioaa. The nuicktti an.il Au.rcl.t restore Ixist Vitality in old or Tonne, and fat a man for study, bnsincs or marriage. PreYftHt Tnc'lnitT nnA rn.i.mntln. I Ukra in tima. Tholr a ghenrs laraediate imprOY& ment and effects a CURE where all other fail. Insist upon harinji tho Kcaalna Ajax Tablets They ' hare cured tboufunils oail wi cere yon. Wa ciwt a pos- - ' iura writtaa tmranti to efToct a euro tin C la ' each case or refund the coney. Price VU U S Oiper pnekaco; or six rlcs (fcSl troatmeao for By mail, in plain wroprr. mnn rocMnt of price.t2J0. Orcnlnr ' - JMA'trrwu JHieaset Falline Hem T7InipoteiicT.Sleep!Mneas,etc- S'Ci w, auuhv or omer xjcessed ana caurdmats- i ij not offend, would mislead you. Rut with diplomacy and tell the straight truth, hence when we represent a shoe to !. worth $2, $3, or $4, or any other price, you may depend upon it in fact you can count on always get ting monej-'- s worth atour store. Our low prices u for standard goods don t make u largeprofit, outsell hn , ur -- . I .a IHUMP.i "HTIiTTT--- - ""- "."- - i fT '""AJAX REMEDY CO., For sale in Richciond, Herndon. Ky., by Hajran Ianl2-l- v "l4- & H Phone, i&Sa irree.man Bros No. 21. .3PC c -- u u I e e i :: , Fii:st Stukkt. 3 ,. .am) a.aa,at.a,s4l''t-at- J EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS 1 Lii j i I m k Anyone sending a sketch and description may ascertain onr opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communion-tlonsstrtcUrconndentisl. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest airencr for eecnrini; natents. Patenta taken thronch ilnnn Co. receive rpteial notice, without chartro. In tho quickly- SOUTHERN ' Trade Marks Designs , Copyrights &c MUTUAL Bab iflmel of the pain and INVESTMENT COMPANY Of Lexington, Kentucky. Scientific American. handsomelf Illnstratcd weeklr. I.nreest of any scienuflo lonrnal. Tenns. t3 a rear : four months, n. Sold by all newsdealers. A. . . danger attend- Nkw York, July 2. A correspondent ant upon the in Santiago de Cuba telegraphs to the most critical pe- war Journal that four United States riod of her life. ships bombarded Manzanillo, on the a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the one of misery. Mui.z.iulllo nomb.trded. MUNN & Branch OOce, OS Co.3S,Broad. New York F St., VTashlngton, D. C. 2V27 Becomi ng . . . . . . . . . -- its anticipation suffering and danger of the ordeal make gulf of Guacanaybo, on Thursday, inflicting much damage to the defenses of tho place. Spanish gunboats, acWho can think ot some simple cording to this dispatch, opened fire Wanted-- An tbtog to patent; roar Ideas: may upon the American ships, which then ProtectJOHN WEDDERBtJRN bring you wealth. Write COPatent moved out of range. ?JiyrS.hJn8tla - r.for thelr soa vriza offer hundred Inventions YRUP PEPSI CURES CONSTIPATION. Idea th-D.- CALDWELL'S Safest Investment , Largest Profits. OVER S104.000 PAID IN MATURITIES. OYER $39,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. THE FOLLOWING COUPONS MATURED JUNE 1898. SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Coup. No. Name. Address. 750 D B Good, Lexington, Ky 702 -- D B Jones, Lexington, Ky. 70G Good & Co., Lexington, Ky 770 D It Jones, Lexington, Ky 774 E B Wrenn, Lexington, Ky. 70S G R Spillmnn, Danville, Ky 790 G R Spillman, Danville, Ky 793 G R Spillman, Danville, Ky 790 D B Good, Lexington, Ky 797 G R Spillman, Danville Ky 801 John L Fischer, Louisville, Ky 803 D B GooQ.Xexington. Ky 800 George R Spillman, Danville, 807 George R Spillman, Danville, Ky wanuJ. . . MOTHER'S is FRIEND . 1 (Ct. V. iNTETAT:"? Io cell our Tr!nti- -f Usspaso r.:.'l iTc lixf ui. Vu!v". ice t.r- --i i . .'.,1 - i 1: : tr i.ri 'vrt'els.-HiiUjMJ.ij- . . " I hi je22-4w Sirafd Sh . . SOUTHERN taininpxo iMIMLd nr ii (Jin e" BLUE GRASS eir, 40 Sl.OOPERBOTTXE at all Drugstores, 50c; "extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, w. vu j uaavdo un fuceipt oi price. pure seed, ?l(p$1.35. Containing Invaluable information of BOOKS to all BEANS -- $100S1.50 per bu. FREE interest address, women, will bo sent to any upon annllcation. br The BIUDFIEM) BTfintATOB NEW POTATOES S75Sl.00. C0..itUnU.G. Jan5-l- y SHOULDER MEAT-- Gc SEED-Stripp- the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf- Reportetl every Tuesilay at noon by fering incident to maternity; this E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and .Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made EGGS Tic cash; 8Jc in trade. painless, but all the danger is removed by its use. Those who use BUTTER-Cho- iee country, 1015c. this remedy are no longer deBEESWAX 2025c. spondent or gloomy; nervousness DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. nausea and other distressing con"WOOL Clear grease wool, 16(3)1 3c; ditions are avoided, the system is hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c made ready for the coming event, CHEESE-Coun- try, and the serious accidents so com10c. mon to the critical hour are TIMOTHY SEED $1.50$1.60. obviated by the use of Mother's CLOVER Friend. is a blessing to ivotiuin. SEED--S2.753.5- ti .&..'. i. i.- - ,. '- it., -- .. r.-- - FARM (FORI Bep. No. GG2 Cost. . V.U1L $ 14l CO 70 T24. 72S 1318 734 - $ 49 50 4S 50 48 47 45 40 40 40 43 40 45 48 4G iS xJL The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he oflers at . 744 0. Kentucky Fair talcs. BACON-8J.1- 0c HAMS-10- llc . . ll Mmm I 250,000 I zur 1 , I J ml !- ' "' , ly a-- The followinjr nro the dates for holdLARD-7- 8c. ing tho Kentucky fairs this year so far MILLET $1.00(?$1.25. as reported to this office. Secretaries or other officers will please advise us or any errors or omissions in Wanted-f- ln Protect yonr Ideas: you tveaJlh. the list: Write JOHN WMJDEKB&BN 7t brini COPatent AUo7. Lawieuccburg;, August 1G 4 days. "..ViOKWn. D. C,for their Wpriio ofl two anadrod luTenUons wanteuT Fern Creek, August 1G- -3 days'. Shelbyville. August 244 days. madopasy Manufacbrrlnfr Uardstown, August SO 5 days. Uubber Stampsu Senajor Prico List of OntQts to Lajrraiie, August 313 days. J. P. Vf. Dorman Co121 E. Fayctto 8f,, Baltloore, Elizabeth town, September 6 1 days. Md- U.SJL. Catalogue fra. Glasgow, September Li i days. Louisville, September UO G days. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, Owensboro, October 4 5 days. i! Paducah, October 114 days. Lancaster. of Parkersburg, W. Va., Hecom 747 50 751 1433 755 on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison 758 759 It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by 701 turnpike to schools, churches, railroad;, mills, etc., within a half rnileof White's Station Post 7C3 Office, ten miles from Richmond.700 TERMS Sale will be made d cash 1790 balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, 709 address 772 775 feb3-t- f White's Station; Ky. 777 private sale; situated at WHITE'S STATION, Ky - one-thir- Geo. D. White, idea &3g 143G -12- S-ECONOMISf 779 7S2 7S2 Marschall, Lexington, Ky Asher, Lexington, Ky H H Hale, Lexington, Ky G M ABher, Lexington, Ky 83i D B Good, Lexington,. Ky S35 D B Good, Lexington, Ky....... S25-0- 809 George R Spillman, Danville, Ky.. 811 Georee R Spillman, Danville, Ky... 814 Good & Co., Loxington. Ky.. 818 D B Good, Lexington, Ky 819 B Manwaring, Danville. Ky 8220 R Marsciiall, Lexington, Ky ..... .R 827 830 831 G M 40 40 40 48 43 4S 4S 4S 4S 45 48 4S 48 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 59 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 138 tx I3S Ol 135 00 129 00 132 00 132 00 132 00 13 00 132 00 129 00 13S 00 132 00 132 00 132 00 132 00 J3S 00 123 01 138 00 138 00 13S00 13S00 129 00 13S00 13S 00 13S0O RAPE 3570 3044. 3CP-- IN " ; -, 4410 4520 4582 4G7D 3743" 3310 3879 a 4514 4729 REGULAR REDEMPTION. Dr John A Larabee, Louisville, Ky., Mary Lochner, Louisville, Ky... Jacob Straub, Louisville, Ky., Mfas B O Smith, Lexington, Ky .:.. ZT Broyles, LoUHVille. .Ky.-.- .-. George R Robertson, Lexington, Ky . , 34 50 34 50 33 50 33-50 . 3L50 79 79 79 77 77 71 4:i 4) 43 00 00 SO "Versailles. " . j Richmond'. Danville. .. Lebanon. Shcplicrdsviilo, ' Barbourville- , ; '" i u - 1ff'HBr" P )?" . .. -, ;'..' ' ' ., mends Wrights Celery Capsules. Parkehsboro, W.' Va., n $1,481 50 $ 4,100 21 PROFIT OVERGOST, Wnfc For Oflieial Lit'ernture. .;..,.. $2,013.71 .. . - . HorfeCave. Bowling Green. Eminence. Winchester. Morgaiifield. ' M "S''i'..' .. ' ivj' . ;- - ' . s -- -- January The Wkight MeiJC6., Columbus, Oliio. hava-.been . 28, 199oi . o g - - J. -- . Vcnl-Lul- ' ;11 FRKK. If unable tn call, write for QUESTION BLAJTK for fRKATAIBNT. Kennedys Kergam J22 W. FOURTH STREET, Cllf OtKNATI, O. - . -- RIS. and of the imtauoa oi1 the prostate and Inflammation of the .bladder. I trrfc sir hnHlM sif JsiM... Medical Discovery' and 'Pleasant. Pellet ad am permanently cared. You have oceu the mean of saving my life." f.S.a.iJfox.Sd y P.tGiL. J. M."CCLP,TVM WafibiatrtOB.U. (X. WastUsglen. B.C. & r I - poisonine; Ir. Keree's.Keanaat enjoy theprlvicy; and ooint Pellets cre . conatipatioH. .. Oa torts of priyate;fppiai aibofse'or hotel. little vPettet ", gentle raatter.welltltii nve, . twe.a miWcatfaaftie.i articu)arV addrW K.Rook- - ACraateL .AU.'HMaldac aatlcrs aell Hum. Mor 3bh KaafcvilU, TMb Mag. or, a SckeUnMe ia PRIVATE iTacttcal Busintsa ROOMS ENROUTVtO CHICASeX .College, lifaakviUe, vTenu.. or Texaikaaa. Ttx r- - o schol Teputable business colNe w,Eullm8n' (Oaipartment Sleeping- arship in moat any utber. lie. U; S. caa aecttred lege cr literary sciool ia be cy oojBga ittue wort at honwlor the Youth ieiiviuK vn'ciunatniaijy at. S:35 Advocate; aa .iUttatrated A man or woman who neglects j' JouniaL constipation sogers frora, stow p. w. have coparttneag:.jaJ; ItU.elcvaUngrln chiracttjrJMocal'iB.toiie, mi - 0 vn. soni-moathr- whicU-'paeaenger- s U.r fssilntrl,1n:tw Ah for 8ciHtic3RheumaUjm, Xiver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which T had been sufferer. J ..found 'tlw Celery .Capsulea'jfave me Kreatrelief Irora Uie beuhihj awi liave usl th'em Willi-- pleumre, , and ' nu6-- J ever kited, ireoouiiDend tbeut to any aad till wffering with like afflictiouroretthef j- of thew. Very trtilr yoari, recom-- . ber.J.iKlnadthemto-bea- s .Roofing; nienupn. j;u-rsbegan taking them while at irotBprinssrAiJr--. mnlertret-tnen- t t, Gentlemen: I using Wricht's Celarv CftDgeles sinco Unvom'. A. ISMFTH BOWMAN, '! . - Secretary. Ky. Guttering ancLGeneral 11 GHEAP&DE," LEXINGTON, EY. Ulv i n i - MIS. A.T. MILLIOM; - Lcai Afeit, Riclmiii, - mci - CLAUDE SMTTB S CO. nSKSSS ? ''k f. t- nms 1 )' ? Difectoi'U 4 ti, ',-- " htariiMttdaMMS l rentalUUWperbox. .S3k" - Ctuium T. Caijjwjtia. 9otabyT.IL Uasui, Dnam. CaJiat . tfctxn lv?f MathCwtrskMtil DMrc" - "Tbe Btehmood, Ky., Cuius, -mm itoaocoraea any pfsrw j 'ta I tip fcif Madison. or in ry in Kudteon. eottiity w"r, Pfr EsS?.. x. 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