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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1898. NUMBEE 6. BbVJI VOLUME 25. iLHrlT IMPRnVrMrMT pa h III v rHJS Sgl Stall 'gj H H mm H H cmFJl H H bbH fliH IB H Bh H IB H n W Be V HM H I BH H BB Bl ImW BH WflBw BM KbH H V BWJbI m WM bb1 IBM BBBi BH vBI Bl H Our Square Dealings and Modern Methods 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. M r x 1. BB -- j.Kll '.I;;.... MWM. B BBl ....... .B .it. i $5 00 COO S 00 10 00 12 50 15 00 IS 00 MEN'S SUITS$3 for for for for for for for MEUS SHOES $2 2 3 3 4 5 00 50 00 50 00 00 t- r CI wjs-s- U S ii i L i -- T2 ?- . IrriiHi i r t-- J - . 75 4 50 6 25 7 50 9 50 1150 13 50 The Contractors Demand Working room before they can proceed with alterations we intend making. salvation is to sacrifice our entire stock of Men 's As we are crushed for room, our only for for for for for for $105 1 & X X 2 45 2 75 3 15 3 S5 2H Ofl -3 S 3fSJ mii t r (Ml itfla YOCJTH'S SUITS $5 00 50 00 00 50 00 GOO and Boy's Clothing, Furnishings, Eats, Daps anil Shoes. nil! 7 9 10 12 15 for for for for for for for $3 Straw Hats ONE Q i n 4 5 6 7 9 75 50 75 75 50 50 This STOCK MUST be reduced at once and we fully realize the only means to accomplish this at once is Isjg JOB 1150 BJgj M1FS PANTS $ As our entire stock is of the very BEST to be found in this community, $ 1 50 1 S5 2 2 3 3 25 50 00 75 LO W PRICES! AT IMPROVEMENT SALE! 200. for for for gjs Mm mm 2 50. 3 00. 3 50. 4 00. 5 00. economical buyers will appreciate the rediculously LOW PRICES that prevail in this OFF. Hat 3 and Caps $100 150 2 2 3 3 . FHIRD $ SO PB Bp Bfg i for for for 00 50 00 50 for for for for for for Bfl 115 150 175 2 25 2 50 1 CHILDEEIS SUITS $ 2 00. 2 50. 3 00. 3 50. 4 00. 5 00. Sje Bfgj rtilB for for for . $ 1 1" for for for r a. 2 2 3 3 60 So 25 50 00 75 The people have made the Wonderf ul Success this store enjoys and we propose to show our appreciation by giving, during this forced sale, the Most Phenomenal Values ever offered in the. history of this city. In making this Remarkable Sacrifice we expect to make many new customers for our new store, and invite the Most Skeptical Bujers 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-forgotten Furnishing: Goo sacrifice. Men's Summer Underwear, Colored Shirts in both Fancy and Negligee, all at great dlifl gJB n NOTHING RESERVED. gB b rl s Us pBJ5 jfj i Lip ! fijngMpjifgu pi iglsr&fTaBiiaErfaBnEaiTa PHYSICIANS. wM fcafg RICHMOND'S MOST PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIERS, FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. i DONS OPEN I "Saved Her Life." FIRE. DR. H. H. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, Office in the Joe Ccilins building; iB and ond Street, over Wnite .eld drucstore. rheir Light Gun?, Hove er, Were Soon Silenced by the Americans. v Sec7- - CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accu-pic- d by Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy St., apr7-Ikichmond, Ky. Everything on the l"irln; Line Is Now Iteady for the Commencement of llos- tlHtles In Cmko tho SauUh General Doea Not burrender Monday. IT. C. JASPJ2R, M. B. Medicine and Barbery. Collins Buildinc, Main Street. 'V&. bosses many a body and burdens many a mind. You can't enjoy l'AcnBandniiEtrarjiTiSMrelleved EJ A Four nice rooms for rent. the food you like because you are kcrsLsc.1by Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. bilious. You take all sorts of preCall at Dental Olfice of Br. Hob-so- n, cautions, and yet the bilious attack PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. leaps on you like a tiger from ambush. next door to postoffice. You know the feeling! The blood A7r02T3r3. seeming on fire with a dull heat ; the p W. MILLER. JR. FRED SMITH. boring pains in the eyes ; the head DENTIST. seeming to open and shut ; the horAttorhet-at-Laover Collins' Grocery, same office rible nausea. You loiow the irrita- - KBSTUCrr. IUCHMOXD, lately occupied by Dr. V.'. W.Bargin. Janl2-lbility which precedes and the languor Building, next door to Office in the Buraam feb3-lFarmer's National Bank. that follows the attack. It's miserC. MORGAN, fJR able, isn't itr? "Why not cure the .&.. trouble 2 There's a pill thatwill cure DENTIST. biliousness. Dr. J.CAYER'S PILLS jurOfflce over Madison National Sank, are an acknowledged specific for this w, AttorxeV-at-L-a J1?6-Richmond, Ky. derangement: - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, A. Sw3nger, Texarkaca, Tex., writes: OflieoverTavlor'siranlwaro store, op" For fifteen years I have used AVer's Pil!s, posite Court House, on Main Street. norl7-lce, and at tho end of foar months, In f plto cf all rr V. EVANS, M. D., rysicians, friends and good nursing could do, my lungs heart and nervous system irero so completely wrccktd, my Hfo Tras dePhysician and Subgkon, spaired of, Dy friends n'vlng mo up. 1 could only sleep by the nso of opiates. My Jungs - - -- . - Kkktdcky. and heart pained mo ti.rrlbly and my cough Richmond. tras most aggravating. I could not Ho in ono position but a short tlmo and not on my DR. T. J. TAYLOR, left sido at all. My husband brought EC Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Dr Miles Kcrvino and Heart Cure and I beKentucky. gan taking them. When I had taken a half Richmond, bottle of each I xras much better and continand residence on Second Street uing persistently I took about a dozen bottles and was completely restored to health to the surprise of alL" DSiTTAL STOGE3T. Dr. Miles' Eemedles aro sold by all druggists under a positive "Dt. "OaUTvWwc 'VL Lobswv guarantee, first bottle benefits or money reDB"rrisT, funded. Book on disOP LoOJSNIIiB, Kt. eases of tho heart and nerves free. Address, next door to Oovernraent Building, RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 3 to 1 to i. DE. MILES MEDICAL CO, Elkhart. Ind. y ce than whom noao Is more highly esteemed or widely known, Trrltcs. "In ISO I had a sevcro attack of LaGrippo Wis., 'V'Wf'M w JOHN WALLET, Ofhce cl JcCerson, Telephone RICHMOND, at residence (the Carr Broadway. ----- place) on Kestuckt. Washington, July 11. Shortly after midnight tho ar department gave out the following dispatch from Gen. Shaftcr: Playa del Estk, July 10. To Adjutant General, Washington: Eneiny opened Are a few minutes past 4 with light guns uhich were soon silenced by ours. Very little musketry firing and the enemy kept entirely in Three men their entrenchments. slightly wounded. Will have considenough to erable forces Monday, completely block all the roads on tho northwest. 1 uin qukc wclL Shafter. The news of the bombardment came at the closo of a tuy Sunday in tho war department. Previous to the receipt of this dispatch the secretary of war had heard twice from (Jen. Shafter. In the early morning came a tele- - ... gram saying that le had ridden over ebout 700 yards long and about 400 the American lines and was gratified yards wide. Gen. Bates has now movod the 20th at their condition. A second dispatch reportea tnai tne lines were imprcgna' . infantry to the side of the ravine near blc, thus removing any fear of a suc- est Santiago and placed the 3d incessful sortie by tho Spanish troops fantry, which with the 20th forms his should a maneuver of this kind be at- brigade, at right angles to the line of tempted. Both telegrams, which em- - the 20th. The extreme left of his line, phasized the fact that Gen. Shafter'3 ' which is the extreme left of the Amerphysical condition had greatly im- ican army, is about opposite the upper proved, were promptly shown to the end'of Santiago harbor and from four president and occasioned him con- to six miles from the coast line. When hostilities are opened by the siderable gratification. When ques- tioncd as to whether he believed that bombardment great things are expectthere had been- a bombardment of tho ed from the navy. city, Gen. Corbin replied: "You know Gen. Otis Will Hapten Ills Departure. as much about it as I da I have kept Sax Frascisco, July 11. Maj. Gen. nothing back. I should say, however, Otis will hasten his departure for tftat tno firing bunday was but tho ' Manila, in accordance with instruc-ma- y preliminary to the moro serious bust- - tions from Washington. lie go ness of Monday." This being the case on cither tho Peru or City of Puebla, the attempt to take the city will prob- which are to sail not later than tho ably be made Monday. middle of next week, without waiting Before Saxtiaoo, July 9, via Port for tho other vessels now being preAntonio and Kingston, Jamaica, July pared for use as transports. On reach11. Everything on tho firing line is ing Manila Gen. Otis will probably asnow ready for the commencement of sume command of all the troops in tho hostilities in c:vso the Spanish gener- field, leaving Gen. Merritt free to take als do not surrender. The dynamite charge of his duties as governor gen gun which has been in position for eral several days, is now in better working order than at the time of the battle of THE ATTACK 33EGUN. San Juan, and it is predicted that its charges consisting of 20 pounds of gun cotton and gelatine will work havoo Sampson's Fleet and Shaffer's Troops In the Spanish trenches when it opens Bombard tbc City of Santiago. ! - I fire. BILIOUS' cs NESS 12-- y y J. J. stj: Hotice to Creditors! Circuit Clerk's Office, June E. J. 70015' Adsi'rs., I Order. vs. 18, 1893. II. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kextocky. Richmond, Office No. 13 and find them very effective in bilious complaints. I have yet to see the case where they have failed to cere." First St., up stairs. 31-3- 0 J. 0. & D. M. CH3NAULT, AT J,AW, . Mary Adams, ic. Ordered that the foregoing cause be referred M9T FAH. TO All persona hav-into the Master CommissHHier. Norrls, deceased, e DO claimsngainst Mrs. K. J. E Scott, M. C. TOrnrf to appear before S. claim properly M, O. aad preseat their day of the next or Wore the 1st . verefiedoB else such SeptemberrrenHOfsaIdOoiui,-l8- Try J -- a A TTORNEYS Richmond. Office unlt'6 grocery. on Second '. 1. treet, h Kkxtockt. srer Obe cUlByriSS.HTHOB?3.Jg:, e2S-iw. S wswfwffttMoa Jootto.blikeoHariMUPpi"6 r- ' :mmmM . AVER'Sr -- . SB ' .; iTTc it '.--- ! , c - a l-M- M-i-m .bw Twelve mortars in one battery aro mounted and ready to use and they are relied upon to do effeetivo work In shelling the city. Three batteries of artillery are now posted on. El Paso ridge, 2,400 yards from tho town, and the Capron and Grimes batteries aro 1,500 yards to the north of tbc road in tho rear of Gen. Lawton's division. In firing, the field guns will be compelled to shell the town over the lieads of our own men, but the artillery officers say it can ba done safely and without injury to our soldiers. The dynamito gun lias been so placed that it will be able to enfilade several of the Spanish, lines. On tho other hand, during the truco, which so far as regards the continuing of preparations for defense or attack has been no truce whatever, the Spaniards have not been idle. They have been mounting guns and some of theso are of much heavier caliber than any the American army can bring into play. Some, of their guns are of antiquated pattern and not capable of much damage, but others are different and capable ot excellent work. gun, which had so per-- " One seven-incfeet a range- during the battle of San Juan, of many ridges occupied by tho American troops has been located with especial caro by the American and it will bo the recipient of much attention when hostilities re,. open. GelvBates' division, which holds the extreme left' of the line, moved forward Sunday to a new" positloaj 400 'yards ia advance .or its forajr-.ia- since wb, um ui,uou lMg jthyotiigB ot' -- The Cltjr Is Completely Imctted anil For tho Beleaguered U.irrUou There Is No Possibility or KCjpo Shatter's Forces Greatly Augmented. h - Wasiuxotox, July 11. Shot aad shell from ships and siege guns are reported to bo screaming over the doomed city of Santiago. The bombardment will not cease until Santiago has fallen. Gen. Corbin said Sunday night that the firing, once having begun, it would stop only with the eaDitulation of tbc city. The town, it is now said at the war department, is completely invested, and for the beleaguered garrison there This does is no possibility of escape. not mean that the Spanish soldiery must stand still within the walls and be shot down like sheep. It is not impossible that, like the brave and rack-les- s Cervcra, they may bo lead out to attack the American fprccs on the surrounding hills. This would be a forlorn hope, but it would offer a chance of striking- the Ajncrican line, in a weak spot, brcaUiofj it and turning- back one of the flanks. Itr would mean destructions iir the .end for tho Spaniards, of course, but it would givd them one last grand dat.lt with the cond glory of dying In -- erations was intense. Toral is second in command of the Spanish troops, and it is presumed he replied to Shafter's demand because Gen. Linares was so seriously wounded as to be of duty. Gen. Shafter, the war department guns and h says, has in place 40 mortars. With the reineight forcements that arrived Sunday he must have nearly 28,000 men. Ohio troops it is probablo will have the honor of being present at the fall of the first fortified town in Cuba to be captured and perhaps of partici-- j pating in the battle. A dispatch from Gen. Shafter received early Sunday St Paul that the afternoon or near Baiquiri nrrived at Sunday afternoon. This is about IS miles from Siboney, and three miles from the American front. On, the St. Paul was the 8th Ohio volunteers, called here in Washington "The President's Own," because it was recruited largely from the northeastern part of the state, and has for its lieutenant CoL Charles Dick, secretary of the republican national committee, and the president's close friend. It would take some hours for the men to reach the front from their landing place, but it at the war deis believed partment Sunday night that Col. Dick and his soldiers are now with Shatter's forces, perhaps participating in the battle, or at least ready to aid in tho investment of the city when it falls. Preparations for the Porto Rico expedition are being hastened with Not the least the utmost speed. for this is the of the fact that an impression is growing that peace Is near at hand. If tho American forces capture Porto Kico before peace is declared, the oermanent investment of the islands will be greatly simplified. Patriotic Service In Kansas City. Kansas City, Ma, July 11. Special patriotic services were held in many churches Sunday. It was the presi While tho redent's proclamation. ligious aspect of tho war was emphasized, a spirit of patriotism breathed in every uttoraance. Tho churches were in most instances beautifully decorated and special musical programmes were rendered. 3.1-inc- Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. w POWDER Absolutely Pure POWSC Richmond Market It's poor lpie to aijree ?hat a.l meats are alike. (Jurni:it are the best. J We kHltfiVifc? it class cattle, is why we have always enjoj-ea good share of Richmond's patronage. Tliose that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving ns a trial order that our Beef, Mutton, Pork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. mi lmJm IP d & CO., ftCW ROYAL SAKINQ YORK. Home-grow- n Fresh Fish Recieved Daily. -- 4M-r- Starch Works Ilurned. vegetables snch as Beans, Potatoes. Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, &c, &c, can be found in oar market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage, I solicit a continuance ot same. Rad-dish- Chicago, July 11. Fire destroyed the plant of the Western Starch Manufacturers association at West Hammond Sunday. Tho buildings covered 17 acres of ground and had a capacity of 100,000 pounds of starch a day. Loss S.150,000; well insured. Reuben Kinder Dead. Ky., July 1U Reuben Kinder, one of Garrard's wealthiest and most respected farmers, is dead of Telephone may25-l- y OJ.-- f f 'VO.. "Doucas, Macxey Building, Main St. Lancaster, 'VD.S.'KCWUTbT. MANAGER. 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Hy quality". ,.... .... . 77 sssdK 4 49 aft 4 79 4 48 iserat, aaJtbe fact Uiat this picture produced i; m SY ir - w iJ 1 ; i- - i 3K hm&mmti9vmpfm.' . , K2-- rj-rT- F- - ."-f- r - A ";" - y B- - i' C jc .j? :5. 5W .T J 9S &- . .vEW-Ks- i a. . & f'4 Tbe Old IteHable Main, Steet Jeweler, is till beJiiBdlns .eounters, wkerefeebas fer.o?er,3l yeFS, intkexood oJd lewa'ol Ricliwo ml. aivi will ready to wait 6b bkkl coatoBtcra. and as UMsy.sew stiw m wHtfavorMjuvHk tlwic jtron-agBfa Mack k, bwig dteit eonatwntlyaitd yR wfR flint yea. eaH scet stry eMr stats,, AnytWsjr ke lette ?cr is m MQQd, ph8par.yd bf :, snUo eaa riy ulv tots. a. eas awmoneonrage ,?. j Tfcj "1 t lfflr 3 bn n e, tstlfsbaa 1 li jl v n i-- si. S: f IS -- .JIIWJ.,,! ig'-UwtflM- I i " The Richmond Climax. rOBUHHEDXVEKl H'EUSKSDAV 111 XXaZITZfi&ZaZlTaslZ zz r 7Zx&3&&?ae!l&J&V?2 Sl V . M M .. . . .. W . . NMX ... ........ ......... . . . Ml' NWX N3X NfT Ng Nf1 2il . ..-........'.. VS ?il Sjl i , . . v .. v .- -. .. . Sy V nK B The Climax Frinting Go. i kCMnTStT' I -- Proprietors .odBlltors. C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. xv . Wm 3 .s Uncle Sam fc m wjMk M1V nrirHiim I U. g yfehilr tR n vS; .'uSr. S N. w l!ilflvl'l1AA iiiiifPnicp H.flAA HIIV lil LbriII i UiilA l r '?i 1'RICK PKIt YEAR, $1.50. 13, WEDNESDAY. JULY - - IF9S. At te - t S 9 ,J,y j m2?W VtmScMam,....itJ mXKfy RJThisis r&MM Says skmkMkMksM nun RJIRlfl EIBHHHH l-in- pi & IV FOR CONCRESS. We are authorized to announce Uos. James B. SIcCekabt, of Mdison county, a candidate for Congress in the Eighth district; tubjrt to the action of the Democratic party. mch20-t- f We are authorized to announce J. B. Thompson, of Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic party for Representative in Congress from this, the 8th District. America's Greatest Medicine. w" m "" I Ulli.fl " w" Oi paper, the noted Blue Grass Blade, has again suspended, for lack of funds. Chaelie Mooke's It wilt Sharpen Your Appetite, Purify and Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to take It TODAY, and realize the great good It is sure to do you. It is a mistake to advertise inferior goods at a cheap price. Nothing more certain to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks Avell but is poor quality. Apparent economj' is often real extravagance. But '''' B llnVIU9 .b 1 iif& SI 11 OB ' "i I ICSI a 1 ra i u ; i: : , 'EM i fjp jB JB K in s5 m Low Prices and Good Goods make a wonderfully strong1 combination. "We wish first to call your 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 any, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our S 1 .' price Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price $ i . 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 j'ou: 12 12 12 $ I an I s 1 Hon. J. P. Hobson, the nomim-- of the Lebanon Convention for appellate e judge, is a brother of Dr. Hobson of this city. T&wo, S&wpsow,' Said Schley at the table, with a bottle of I Hood's Sarsaparilla America's druggists. Medicine. Greatest All McCreary Unanimously Endorsed. 1 Lieut. Hobsox and his trallant crew, in Santiago horbor, were exchnged Thursday for Spanish officers and men W3 iliad captured. ho sunk the Merrhnac real Old Cervera between them, Pursuant to the order of the Democratic District Committee to the .Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky, and in accordance with l made by the Chairman of the Democratic Committee of the County of Madison and State of Kentucky, which had been duly published in tho newspapers of Richmond, K., a Democratic mass convention was held at the Court House in Richmond, Ky., at two o'clock, p. m., July 9th, 1S9S. The convention was called to order by John B. Chenault, Chairman of the Democratic County Committee of Madison County, Ky., who read a communication from District Chairman Morgan which stated that the Democratic Chairman of each County was authorized to preside over the respective Democratic mass meettng to be held on the 9th of July in the Eighth Congressional District. Mr. Chenault stated that notwithstanding this authorization he desired that the Convention should elect its own Chairman, whereupon Mr. J. Jackson nominated John B. Chenault, the Chairman of the Madison County Democratic Committee, to be permanent Chairman of the Convention, and he was unanimously elected. Mr. J. Tevis Cobb nominated Clar ence E. Woods, of the Climax, and R. Lee Davis, of the Register, as iiecre taries, and they were also unanimously elected. Judge P. II. Sullivan then presented the following resolutions, which, on motion of Messrs Cobb and Simmons, were unanimously adopted by tho Convention: the-calTal-bo- tt ri I I 2 ' H . The resolution for the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands to the United States has passed both Houses, and been signed by the President. It passed the Senate Wednesday, by a vote of 42 to 21. Armed with pases all the way to Mackinac Island, and, bill for incidentals, the Kentucky editors hied away on their annual juant last Friday. Their destination was reached yesterday, and at last accounts they were shivering around the pates and heaters at the Grand Hotel at Mackinac, w!ire the temperature regisGlasgow Nevis. tered ten-dollar No, no, Schley, please let me pull it. I expected this would be bottled up before long, and I've had a new corkscrew maVe expressly for this occasion." "Now, bojs," quietly put in Uncle 3am, who was the guest of honor of the occasion, "you've both of you got a pretty good pull, and I haven't lost my whole pull yet, either, so what do you say to all three of us pulling together J" "All right, Uncle Sam, let 'er go, but look out that the cork don't "I insist upon 1: 1 hit you." "Well, drawled Uncle Sam. "if I thought there was any danger of my getting hit, I'd take a hatchet and KNOCK the neck of the darned thing off, but I don't want to be called a knocker." can This only goes to shows that Uncle Sam, and Uncle Sam's-so- n Schley the enemy easily enough, but the question is whether to smash the bottle or SAVE IT TO USE AGAIN. That's all right, to figure on saving when a thing runs up into millions, and Spain's Sect WOULD be a pretty good addition to our navy; but the place to go to save money on Shoes for Ladies', Gentlemen, Misses and Children's Is Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. y t Va j y'Ni n . IW ft Wallace & nice, B RICHMOND, 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 to hang up. With a Twent3'-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., a d ' n cky- - see fifty-eigh- t. Theke seems to be some opposition developing here against the Hon. J B. McCreary, but it is not of n serious, character. If men will only examine his record during his public life, as few mistakes will be found in his as in that of any man. He certainly has been the most ofiicient man that Kentucky has ever had in Congress. A good delegation will go from here Saturday to lend a helping hand at the convention. Hustonville cor. Danville Advocate. to the Kentucky Press ( Association the retiring President, L. I W. Gaines, waxes eloquent in his praise of Kentucky and her wonderful products, sjy the Owenton Herald H McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. - S - 3 rl - - f . 88 Another Sale or The R. N. I. Been Ordered. tc & B. R. R. Has In his address Hear him: We have in Kentucky the biggt'-s- t cavrs, the fleetest horses, the linebt churches, the hot schools the richest minerals, the best sulphur water, the most modest editors, the best fed preachers, the fattest cattle, the biggest wheat shocks, the largest tobacco IP turned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. McElwaine left Saturday for a visit to Mr. McElwaine's parents in Bowling Green. Mr. W. H. Itice, of Rice Station, passed through hero yesterday on his way home from Cincinnati. Mr. aud Mrs. J. D. Feeny and son, Paul Anderson, of Paris, are the guests of relatives here this week. Mrs. W. D. Oldham and children, have returned from a visit to relatives in Georgetown and Lexington. Miss Madge Hart left yesterday for Danville, where she visits Mrs. M. A. Kenney,we Miss Delia Ramsey. Mrs. Sam Lackey and children, of Paint Lick, spent Monday with Mrs. D. M. Lackey. Lancaster Record. Miss Earl Chenault, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Lottie Lee Herndorn, on East Main Street Lex. Herald. Misses Mary Tribble, Pattie Corneli-soMaudo Maison, of Richmond, Ky., are gusts at Chautauqua. Lexington Leader. We had a pleasaut call yesterday from Mr. Thomas Ilogue, of Washington, Ga., who is visiting Mrs. Sallie Russell. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, of Lexington, have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Jones, this city. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Rowland and Mrs. S. R. White and children are sojourning in the mountainsnear Pittsburg. Danville Advocate. g Misses Laura Lloyd aud Birdie and Messrs. Joe Tevis, Allen Zaring and Speed Smith attended the opening ball at Estill Springs Friday night. Mr. James W. Smith, citizen, farmer, stockman, fisherman, huntsman, and otherwise in good health, is down with malarial fever, his first illness tince n, RESOLUTION'S. In shouting yourself hoarscfor Sampson, remember that, although he was in at the death, he was 6ix miles away when Cervera pushed the cork out of the bottle, and that it was Schley who field, the bigget ears of corn, the most gave the orders which fixed things diversified climate, the most politics, with Spain. Still, there's nothing the the prettiest women and the smartest matter with Sampson. Danville Adbabie in the tvurld. vocate. Justice Hkewkk, of tho Supreme Court, recalls the interesting fact that Dewey was a jearago when being condoled with on being ordered to the distant China waters, he answered- "You need not condole with me, gentlemen. The Government will not stand this Cuban foolishness much longer, and we will have sometouched his heart, and he poured out thing to do. I will come back again, hir gratitude to the people who had hut some fine morning I will tako the taken him up a a 1k and had stayed Philippines before breakfast." years with rarest by him thirly-odThe St. Louis Itepublic says: "It fidelity. It was a great day for Mcdoes not make good news any bettor, Creary and a proud day for Madison hut the fact a single dispatch from county, and the Governor meant what Santiago yesterday cost $21,000 will he said when lie exclaimed, whatever convey to Republic readers an impresbefalls me this splendid assemblage of sion of the unprecedented liberality of my neighbors and friends will dwell in the arrangements which supply the ray memory as one of the proudest earliest and best accounts of every achievements of my life. striking event in the war. The New "As certain as God's sun shines, if York Herald and associates yesterI am nominated I w ill carry our flag to day paid the sum its $21,000 for use of of victory again. And yet, as certain as the cables long enouge to secure transGod's sun shines, I will, if defeated, mission of the masterly piece of battle at Danville, give my support to the description sent by their corps of cornominee of that convention." respondents. It was a glorious Fourth and a glorious achievement of American Journalism. Gov. by tho Democrats of Madison Ihsi Saturday wiis M) emphatic in expression, and with such unanimity and from such large numbers of both Democrats and Republican, that for once we detected a tremor in the voice of tho stateMiiau who never before winced under fire hi war or jeace. It ry The endorhemeut given enough to be hanged for. Let the officers come. I am ready for them.' He then left, and up to a late hour was not yet captured." Latek Devatau was discovered by Sheriff Coulter as he was emerging from his hiding place in tho knobs, near Parkville, Boyle county, and attempting to draw his pistol was shot dead bv the sheriff. Ad-mira- l MARRIED. Rev. W. R Lloyd, of the Christian Church, at his homo on Fifth Street, Wednesday night, united the lives of Mr. Coleman Nefl and Miss Lena Comelison. Mr. Jay Lackey and Miss Lizzie Feeny were the attendants. The bride is a daughter of the late Robt. Cornelison, and is an accomplished and attractive young lady. Mr. Neffisa sou of J. H. Nell and is an energetic young man, having been engaged in the coal business for the past year he has secured si lucrative business and is now considered one of Richmond's leading coil dealers. The Climax joins with their many friends in wishing the young couple a happy and prosperous voyage over life's matrimonial sea. Nefk-Corxelis-on d BIRTHS C,F.Brower&.Co ! PERSONAL.. Mr. Harry Blanton is visiting relatives in Paris. It. N. Beasley, of Paint Lick, was in Cincinnati last week. Miss Katie Smith, of Missouri, is the guest of Miss Lucy Crow. Are You Ready? JUNE, with itfi warm days, turns our thoughts to cool, light summer furniture. You are interested, of course we all are and we invite you to come and see what we are offering. White Enamel Bed Room Furniture, Dresser and Wash Stand, Bevel Mirror, nicely finished. Former Price $18.00. This Week $14.75. Twenty-Fou- r ce Chamber Suits Itereived Saturday, will be on sale this week. Prices 12 50, ?IG50, $1S, f20 and $25. Parlor Tables With Twisted Legs, Highly polished at 1.23. j I Odd Parlor Chairs Left over from Suits. Come and see them Mr. T. Hood Little and sister, Mary, are visiting in Covington. Miss Sue Hume is visiting Miss Nora Graves in Lexington. W. H. Shanks has joined his wife in Madison. Interior Journal. Judge A. It. Burnam has returned from a visit to Estill Springs. Miss Annie Phelps has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington. Miss Nellie Turley is visiting relatives aud friends in Lexington. Hon. Jerry A. Sullivan was in Mt. Sterling last week on legal business. Miss Annie Frazee returned Monday from a visit to friends in Lexington. Attorney Green Clay left for Cincinnati Friday after a week's visit in this city. Mrs. Z. T. Rice and children, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rice in Paris. Miss Mollie Fife has returned from a visit to Mrs. H. 1$. Land in Jessamine county. .niiss jiary irvine, oi jacKson, is visiting at Dr. L. H. Blanton's on the Campus. Mrs. Matt Colin and little daughter are visiting Mr. Cohen's pareuta in Versailles. Miss Alice Stewart, of this county, is visiting Miss Allie Morton Owens, in v7iuchester. Miss Laura Bennett, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Belle Fish. Jessa- SPECIAL SALE this WEEK. On Parlor Floor. CARPETS Our stock lias just recived many additions. Wo duplicate any one's prices, and are usu- ally lower. HAMMOCKS, REFUIGEItATOftS, BABY CAKRIAGES H CF.Brower&Co -- "i .mainland broadway, " .Lexington, Ky. mine JournaL Miss Mamie McRoberts, of Danville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ellis, on Second Street. Jessie and Ben Cauchman, of Fayette, were visiting relatives at Whites Station last week. Mrs. Gough, ol Lexington, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Goodloe, of Whites Station. Mrs. Charlton Evans, of Mt. Sterling, is the guest of Mrs. Dan Chenault, Lancaster Avenue. Mrs. Susan D. Oldham, of Mt. Sterling, is the guest this week of her sou, Mr. V. D. Oldham. Miss Pearl Gentry, who is teaching music at Ford, spent Sunday with Mr: and Mrs. A. D. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Watte,rfcera iiioiilil's visit to Colorado, Txasj re- - Bovvlix. To Mr. and Mrs. James Bowliu, of Wallaceton, a fine boy. Beasley. To the wife of Mr. R. N. Beasley, the progressive tobacco merchant of Paint Lick, on tho 6th inst., a 12 pound boy. Hutchison. Mr. Hutchison, the landscape artist of Central University, is the happy father of another boy, born July 1. Elder. A little boy stranger came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Elder on Thursday night, and will 1S73. Miss Bessie Thomas left yesterday permanently locate with them. to visit friends in Richmond Sorivneh. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Miss Laura Lilleston left Wednesday to Scrivner, of Winchester, formerly of visit friends in Richmond. Bourbon this city, were made happy on last Friday by the arrival ol their first born News. an 84 pound boy give him a name Miss Mary Gentry left Saturday to of power, for instance Sampson. spend the summer in She was accompanied by Miss Bettie Hamilton, who has been her guest in this city for tho past week. Coyle. Lawyer T. J. Coyle, of Mrs. J. M.Boreing, who has been the Berea, received a telegram last week guest of relatives in Richmond and from Mississippi, announcing the death Nicholasville, has returned home of his son, Curtis, from the effects of R. G. Ward has resigned his position yellow fever. with John G. "White of Winchester, Bennett. In loving remembrance and has accepted a position with Pearson & Clark, wholesale grocers of Lex- of Little Ben Bennett, born February 23, 1897, died June 30, 18S8, age 1 year ington. London Kentuckian. and 4 months: Mrs. J. D. Dykes Tiud daughter, Miss This lovely bud, so young and fair, Minnie, of Richmond, are visiting the Called hence by early doom. famiiy of J. E. Dykes Miss Carlyle Just came to show how sweet a flower and Eleanor Chenault, of Richmond In paradise would bloom. came over last week to visti their sister, E'er sin could harm or sorrow fade, Death came with friendly care Mrs. Nelson Gay Miss Sara Goodloe The opening bud to heaven conveyed, Ronton is spending tho week with relAnd bade it blossom there. atives at Richmond. Winchester Sun. Maggie. Mrs. A. T. Million, of Richmond, is Covington. At her homo near AVaco the guest of Mrs. J. C. Taylor, of East yesterday morning, Mrs. Wm. Q. CovHigh street. Her daughter. Miss Viola ington, after an illness of about twenty-foMillion, is visiting Mrs. W.N. Cropper, hours. Aged about seventy years. and Mr. and Mrs. Cropper are She was a devoted member of the Bapentertaining quite a house party from tist, and leaves a host of friends, four Richmond who are attending College children, Messrs R. H., and M. C. CovDay at Chatauqua. Lexington Leader, ington. Mrs. Willis flisle and Mrs. July 8. Cbas. L. Searcy to mourn her loss. The furneral will be preached at the family residence at 1 p. m thence her burial in Richmond cemetery at 4 A dispatch from Harrodsburg, Ky., o'clock. July 4, says: "Never in the history of A Tour ol The Mountains On Horseback. this section of Kentucky has excitement Mr. R. D. Campbell, of White's Stabeen so intense it is'to-da- y over tho tion, sends us this item from White's killing of four people at a religious Station relative to the Berea overland meeting. At a small tow n named excursion : a few miles from here. Rev. 'A crowd of about thirty boys and Bottoms is holding a tent meeting. girls, natives of New York, Boston, and Last night, while the services were in other distant points, started fronTBerca progress, Richard Devatau, a young on the 2nd inst. on a trip through the farmer well known around this com- mountains in Eastern Kentucky. They munity, crazed with whiskey, entered will be gono about a month and travel the tent, and without a moment's warn- about 500 miles before returning. All ing opened fire at the worshippers, went horse back, the women wearing killing Benton Hale, a young farmer, a bloomers and riding men's baddies. young man named Adkinson, Misa Four e wagons accompanied Julia P. Coulter and Miss Campbell. them to xrry supplies. $100 was put Mnrr pppprct uahp All died i&&anUineously. 2Lfter his in the treasury thy each party bsfore A.PtmGraoeOiffl of TlrtarPewdcr. i awful work Devatau brakdieltalhk starting to defray expensee.j Objsefia fr Ammonia",-Akor anyothw aAriUwaV revolver Am teSfelaiJfeedf I ' done triptoview'thiitff. ' Zar-inEstill-county. DEATHS. ur to-da- y REUIQIOUS. to-da- y, Resolved, That we, the Democrats of Madison County, Kentucky, in mass convention assembled, reaffirm our alMcCreary Organized Thp Convention. legiance to the principles of tho demCol. Thos. Welch, of Jessamine, was ocratic party, as enunciated in the platelected Chairman by the McCreary men form adopted by the National Demover Morgan Chinn put up by the op- ocratic Convention held in Chicago in position. A telephone message an- 1S9G. nounces the startling news that instead 2nd That we approve the call for mass of Gilbert carrying Boyle county as at meetings to be held at the Court first stated, her delegation was Houses of tho respective counties of the This gives McCreary a better Eighth Congressional District of Ken chance than ever, although we can see tucky, to elect delegates to attend a the object of the move, if true, which Democratic Convention at Danville, is to give Robert Harding a chance to Ky. on the 12th of July, 1898, to select snatch the plum at the proper time. a Democratic candidate for Hepresen- Crutcher was supposed to have the best tative in Congress from the Eighth chance up to tho time the meeting as- District of Kentucky. sembled. Later news may change all 3rd That w e present Hon. James B. this. At all events tho McCreary men Mccreary, oi Jiauison uounty, as a are in better spirits. Democrat whose ability, experence, and fidelity to duty, make him eminent The Sure La Urippe ly worthy of the Democratic nomination is no use sufferiug from this for Representative in Congress from dreadful malady if you will only get the the Eighth Congressional District of right remedy. You are having pains Kentucky. all through your body, your liver U out 4th That John B. Chenault, Henry of order, have no appetite, no life or Kico, P. H. Sullivan, John C Chenault, ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are V. W. Combs, J. II. Kennedy, Samuel completely used up. Electric Bitters Phelps, James Noland, huh Colyer, are the only remedy that will give you Theodore Dunn, Jesse Cobb, A. T. Fish, prompt and sure relief. They act John D. Goodloe, John Ballard, J. P. on your Liver, Stomach and Kid- Simmons, Thomas Curtis, S. A. Death-eragneys, tone up your whole sybtem and Dr. Elmer Northcutt, Y. B. makes you feel like a new being. They Smith, Stephen Ii. White, John are guaranteed to cure or price refund- Wagers, Jacob S. Collins, J. Tevis edFor Bale at Perry and Thomas Cobb, Stan ton Thorpe, Jr., W. T. Tevis, Drug Store, only 50c per bottle. 1 John F. White, J. B. McCreary, Nat Cottou are hereby appointed delegates Ice Cream Supper at White's Station. to the Congressional District ConvenThe country home of Mr. and Mrs. tion which will meet at Danville, R. L. Potte, near White's Station, was July 12th. 1898, and they are inthe scene Wednesday night of a large structed to cast the vote for Madison gathering of people and the most de- County for Hon. James B. McCreary lightful ice cream supper ever given in for the Democratic nomination for that section. The supper was given by Representative in Congrsss from the the members of the Presbyterian Eighth Conpressional District of Kenchurch, and the sum of $75 was real- tucky so long as he is a candidate ized, which will go towards the purthe convention, and such of tho chase of an organ tor the Presbyterian delegates herein named as are present Chapel at that place. A number of in the convention are authorized to people from this city were present. cast the vote of Madison County as herein directed. Negroes Fight al a Basket Meeting. Ou motion the convention adjourned. At a basket meeting near Clay's FerJohn B. Chenault, ry Sunday night, Charles Fovors, of Chairman. Spears. Jessamine county, and Ed C E. Woods, j Secretaries. Jones, of Colloway Creek, this county, It. Lee Davis were involved in a shooting scrape, in which the former was shot in the leg A Narrow Escape. and his horse, that was standing near, Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada killed. Jerry Clay, a bystander, re- K Hart, of Groton, S. D., " Was token ceived a stray bullet in his arm. The with a bad cold which settled on my particepants were drunk. Jones was lungs, cough set in and finally termiarrested Monday morning by Deputies nated in Consumption. Four Doctors Braoddus and Temll and loaged in gave mo up saying I could live but a jail. short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay United Confederate Veterans Atlanta, with my friends on earth, I would meet Ga., July For the occasion of the Reunion of my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's Now Dis Grey at Atlanta, July 1893, Tho covery for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. Southern Railway will sell from all stations in Kentucky, round trip tickets I gave it atrial, took in all, eight bottle3. at very low rates. All Veterans and It has cured me, and thank Cod X am their friends should take advantage of saved and now a well and healthy wo this opportunity to visit the Gate City man." Trial bottes free at Perry and of the South, and meet the comrades Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c on the soil of the Battle of Atlanta and and SI 03 guaranteed or price refunded. 1 Peachtree Creek. The City is going to givo the George Weatherford's Fair. Veterans aud visitors, a grand time, and The Richmond Band, the best in the will outdo hersolf in an attempt to Blue Grass, will probably play at the show what the hospitality of the South Hustonville Fair, August 10, 11, and 12. is. George Weatherford, formerly of this For information as to rates, sleeping city, is anxious for Beveral of his six car berths etc., call on nearest Agent or thousand Madison county friends to atWm. Tayloe, Ass. Gen. Pass. Agenl, tend his fair this year, and guarantees Louisville, Ky. them a great time. No man thinks more of this county than George and in return 'ho is very popular here, as Awarded everywhere else. He writes that "1,-20-0 Highest Honors World's Pair will be paid in. preminums without discount, and that it will be the best fair in the State " Let's go! unin-structed. Cure-Ther- The Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine Beatty ville railroad, which runs from Versailles to Irvine, is again to be sold. Last fall a number of gentlemen, headed by Mr. Adolph Segal, of Philadelphia, agreed to purchas the road, the price being $250,000. A first payment of $23,000 was made, and the remainder was to be paid in four equal amounts at various times fixed by Judge Barr, of the United States District Court. These periods haved now elapsed, and the payment not having ' been made, Judge Barr has ordered that the property be sold again. Judge Barr's order states that the property is to be sold in September, and it is very doubtful whether any advan tageous bids will be offered. Naturally the lien holders, who had hoped to get their money at last, are very much disappointed at the latest turn affairs have taken. A few of them, however, expressed the hope that Mr. Segal would be in trim again by September and would once more buy the road. A Bad WmMMmWMMtafi $f Not Baltimore and Ohio j$ 9--' V Gang. T JTM. e di-ret- ly e. Ken-luck- y, be-f- or Through the vigilance of officers in Garrard and surrounding counties, the breaking up of the notorious Gill and Story gatig has about been accomplish ed. For several years the residents along Sugar Creek aud vicinity have been greatly anuocd by thieves. Meat, chickens, hogs, harness and in fact anything left from under lock and key was not safe in the neighborhood. Olliiers from Madison have lauded in the Richmond jail Georgo Story, Jim and Bill Gili, all white men living in the above mentioned neighborhood. One of these men gave the whole thing away and told of their many depredations. Story's wife had Gill's wife ar rested aud she in turn had the Story woman lauded behind the bars. Toll Gill has also had the chain of evidence wound around him and now ornaments d cell in the Garrard jail. The case against the latter will be called before Judge Burnside this, Friday, morning. We understand much stolen property has been located and tho chances for a conviction of the entire layout are good. Lancaster Record. A UO c i SM iJILSLA JL xi f Oldham S te Bsad What we Havo to Shov Toil FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exmoueu in ixicnmonu. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including- Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahogan'. ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ej-- e Maple, Oak and Abh. ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $1.75 to $1S.00. We are too busy to give a fall list of our immense stock, but assure you that any thing you may need you can find at our new quarters. -- i0F dSrf VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n Splendid Success. 20-2- 20-2- 3, DR The souvenir edition of the Climax which we are preparing to publish will be out in a few days and will be one of the most attractive and up-t- o date edition ever published in the city of Richmond. Our business men and merchants have aided us very much toward making it success, and Mr. C. B.Poland, the editor of this edition appreciates their kindness and assistance very much. The following are a few ot those who havo come to the front to help make the edition a success and advance the interests of Richmond, Madison countv James B. McCreary, Judge P. H. Sullivan, H. H. Colyer, Jno. F. White. S. H. Thorpe, J. H. Lackey, J. Tevis Cobb, Judge H. C. Rice, Mayor Claude Smith, J.Talbott Jack-soT. 0. Curry, State Bank & Trust Co., BiggerstalE and OldHam, Douglas Bright & Co., 11. J. Streng, Covington Arnold & Bro., E. Deatherage, S. Neville Moberly, W. G. White & Co., B. L. Middelton, S. Jones, Joe Giunchig-lianWhite & Gibson, Freeman Bros., Jno. Donelson, W. M. Devore, J. T. Hamilton, L. R. Blanton, E V.Elder, V. Wollstein. Blue Gress Grocery Co., V. P. Baxter, W. D. Oldham & Co.. J. B. Stoufler, Miss Alice Lloyd, Principal Madison Instituto, Dr. L, H. Blanton, Chancellor Central University, Prof. J. D. Clark Superintendent Caldwell Jtligh School, McClentodr & "White, Perry & Thomas, S. L. Midkiff. If you desire to be represented in thiseditionaud Mr. Poland has not called on you. kindly drop a card to him care of this office and he will,promptly call and explain the object of the edition. Ex-Go- v. u, i, fnfeSainn pus IJinlap foijM: DAY TELEPHONE 78. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. When in the City Hake Yonr Headquarters With STAFF OLD &&4Mfefefc&& Madison Monumenta ESTABLISHED 1 Works Proprietor. 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, le, CREAM Beware of Olatments tor Cilarrh That Contain Jlertary, To Raise a Company. as mercury wm surely destroy tlu ;jense of smell and Mr. Richard D. Campbell, of "White. the whole system completely derange when entering it fetation, has applied to. Gov. Rradley through the mucous surfaces. b'neU for permission- - to raise a company of articles should never bo used exepton Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and America! Marble and Granite. two-hore- BAKING o POWDffl X 'the 4th Ky., now being mobilized at "Lexington. D5ck" might not look like Gen. Miles ou dregs parade, but he could hold his own in the rough and tumble life, of a soldigr, and wo can now see a troop of Spaniards fleefng ftonTtherCaplainpf the "White Btatioa company, wb L;ae eool as he center seed in a"eaabVf asJconr'- t b,ttMl attaoas b aoUlKtre-soldiers (& join -K jv prescriptions from reputable physi-cisnas the damage they will do i ten told to the good you can possible derive fromo them. ,U all's Catarrh Care, kind of Those who are" conten) plating baying Marble, Granite, or manufactured by J. Cheney &- - C., find at the rear Toledo.iO.r contains uo niurcury,ail Cemetery Work7 will ok itlo thetr inUrest to callwill the old stand la on hand ftml constantly Irrlae Street, whore they ol lheM,,K. GfaHfcb is taken internally, upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of a, ferae stoefc C jhifehed wwlrto select from, at priees tesltaM ctesees of - W. oiieSef the bet,Wkea is Central the system; la buying Hall's Cahuwu buyer. Cure b tMn you get the xenib.'. It Kentaoky.A MRebargre f oar eeteMtehmeat &sd this hmmm 'Mtiefeetcry wwk. bIhm&. Pwrtfe .Kv1k distaaee ahould write ta m foe tte9igs6, is takiirtMnallr,aiMrTmdVin Toledo. 1, Ohtebr F, 'J. CiHHwy A1 Co. .Mt? which wiil be foruhW m appSytiofl. PATBOJTAGK SOUCEESD.? YOl tBooam free. si FJNB WORK A SPECIALTY. ay i autlitg-dtiectl- y gXk- inlwr - rfjT'i, W"! F ftfTnTiNiVBFl' ,". ,o '.i . i-- ,",- r a34A aHMBS -- & '& . HSHftljTNi i- Prfriet on - . M-5- - - jJ .i i SA? '- t 'irg z F ?R R 3K 5R Is 7R?R--iR7R?I- W 1.ISLQIIR CASTLE! I FROM SHAFTER. The Gentral Cables to Cure all liver Ills, bilious ness, headache, sour stom ach, indigestion, constipation. They set e!!y, with out pain or gripe. Sold bj nil druggists. The only llllJ to take with Hood's Hood's Pills 23 cent. Add two more to your Uncle Samuel 'a string the Reina Mercedes and Alfonso XII. writes U"ot1 HELD, E. C. DoWitt's that oue box of,Ai. r u Witch Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas, CI. l. -- :- VERDICT RENDER! Hi H. STEALING AND GEORGETOWN SING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE . WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL EDITION. GEN. LINARES. TUNNEL DISASTER. Iho Llrst n the Twinkling of an E Men SnunVU Out at Ei-v-- the War Depart- nunt Illi Plan of Campaign In the Comlnt Uattle at nlm;o. It Xi Thought the Wily Shatter the Slip Doings and Sayings ot Richmond People Scattered Throughout Kentucky. Spaniard Gave Gen. by Santiago da Cuba. Encaatinc ci The lives Washington, Ju y 12. The war de- del Este, July 12. At half-paof 11 men were snuffed out in the 9 Monpartment Monday mad., public three day morning twinkling of an eye Monday evening ness. after several ''Among the Kentuckians at the tispatcb.es from Gen. Sha.ler received shots over the ridge protecting in th.-- big waterworks tunnel that is Miss Minnie West and Cordelia Bull, .n the early hou-- s of Monday mornFifth Avenue Hotel, New York, are Santiago from the sea, the United being constructed under the bottom of of Frankfort, are spending several W. B. Smith and wife of Glasgow." ing and about 1 o'clock Moj ay after- States cruiser Newark opened fire into Lake Erie, as a result of an explosion weeks with Miss Annie Wagers at Mt. noon. the city with her eight-inc- h of pa. JUDGE TIPTON COMES HOME. guns. Scratchum. The following was received at 1:30 Following are the names of thoss The signal corps officers stationed The Shelby Sentinel is authority for On last Thursday fourteen Estill on top of the ridge reported the effect who were killed: John Parks, forethis statement: Plata, del Estk The navy has of the shots. county citizens, under the command of man. 32 years old and single; James "Web"Judge Tipton and Mr. A'. M. Tomiscd after thi- bombardment G. Boltz, left on the the noon train The Sew York, Brooklyn and In- Parks, brother of John, 30 years old ber have returned from French Lick for J. to pet in clu&e to the harbor diana participated in the firing at in- and single; John Fradey, an Italian. 23 Lexington where they will become Springs." with some of their light draft boat-- . tervals of five minutes. years old and single; Tony Brunetti, soldiers boys. If the bombardment is not quickly NOT SO OLD, BUT JUDGE HENRY BICE The bombardment lasted for two Italian, 22 years old and single; John Miss Annette Riddell, one of Irvine's conclusive they will make tne at- hours, when Gen. Shatter reported FEELS AS WELL AS EVER. 18 years old and sin, Italian, prettiest young ladies, left Friday to tempt. As soon a- Henry's, reinforce- "that the shells were mostly falling in gle; Emirson Smith, bricklayer, 41 The Mt. Vernon Signal says: spend two weeks with Miss Ida Friend ments arrive we will surround the the bay and doing but little damage. years old, married; Juhn McAuley, 21 "Uncle Henry Rice, of Livingston, at Paris. She wilt stop several days town and can knock it to pieces with The last shot, however, struck a years old, married; Wm. Tucker, coland uncle John Smith are looking and both at Lexington and Nicholasville Capt. Goodrich, of prominent church in the iur light giins. heart of the ored, , 26 years old and single; Gus leeling well." on her way back to the mountains. .he St. Louis,, assisted me very ably in city which was heavily stored with Watt-- 28 year. old, wife and several geokgk white 3IR. PABKS LOSE8 A LEG. disembarking troo s. Willie Miller, brother of the editor of powder and ammunition, causing a children; Frank Clements, married, Our handeome and atfable friend, Twenty-thre- e A Bowling Green dispatch to the the Climax, was dangerously ill Saturminutes later the fol- tremendous exr.osion. The extent of with Several children; Frank Ilanes, George White, of Whites Station, may ac- day with depression lowing was received: of the heart, married, aged 23. the damage is not yet known. lear.i how to handle bees from this Louisville Times tills us of a bad My plans for Monday are to keep up tunnel is an immense affair, g news item found in the liarrodsburg cident to a gentleman of the same name coused by smoking cigarettes. He is The When the war ships ceased firing the bombardment of the trcuchis and and before Gen. Shatter had begun a as the Cashier of our Farmers National much better now aud his friends are projected to extend outward from Sjyings : city and complete the inv.s.uunt on land attack, a flag of truce was seen the shore for a di tance of four and a glad to have him among them again. George White, of near Stewart, Bank: "Mr. tne northwest by the troops which coming from the city. The object of half miles, and it has ln.en under con"Sam Parks fell under the wheels of A large crowd attended the opening has a novel way of gathering honey, ac .iave just arrived at Sicon y. one regithis was not known at noon Monday struction for more than a year. The a moving traiu at the L. and N. depot ment of which, the 1st Illinois, has when the correspondent left the front. work has been attended with great cording to Mr. J. W. Hoard, of Boyle here this morning and his leg was so ball at Estill Springs Friday night. The 9:0 o'clock train brought about gentleman disnow reached me. Alxititsix w eeks ago there county. The former Maj. Gen. hafter believes that the difficulty. covered a bee tree which he felled, badly crushed that it will have to be 6ixty from different points. The ball Soon after noon, Monday, the followmain body of the Spanish army has was an explosion of gas in the shore room was decorated in red, white and gather the sweet for amputated at the knee." ing was received: abandoned Santiago and that it is end or the b g hole, which killed eight but was unable to He put his wits to work A GOOD MAN, BUT BILLY DEVOBE IS blue, and as there were about two boys 1 regret to t .at Capt, Rowell. now fleeing to the westward. men and injured a munk--r of others. the irate bees: pitch-for- k STILL ALIVE. to ever; girl the evening proved quite was the 2nd infantry, was ktllo late Sunday It is the expectation as I write this Soon after .vard a lare pocket of and decided that a The Owenton News, whose editor, a success.Tbe music was splendid. afternoon. quicksand was struck and work was instrument he wanted. He accordingdispatch that the American army will Mrs. Thos. "Williams, Jr., enteitained The con- ly procured one and soon relieved his Mr. B. J. Newlon, once lived in Richbe in full possession of the city by stopp d for st m time. Spanlardn Lout SMntinso. tractors then asl.e for permission to antagonists of their one season store of mond, made this notice which two Bil- Miss Annie Wagers and her guest noon Tuesday. Playa dei. Estk, Juiy 12. Hnce the There is little question in the minds deflect the eou e f thj tunnel from honey about two and one half gal- ly Devores, of this city, say is antemor-tem- . Miss Minnie West and Cordelia Bull, exodus of refug es the from Tuesday until Friday. On Wedof the American officers that Gen. the route fixed by the city engineers, lons." have indulged in m. controlled "W. H. Devore died of pneumonia nesday evening she gave in honor of Toral's troops have evacuated the but was refuse i. Work was finally ASSIGNS TO GEORGE PReWITT. looting of the city. The houses remains were the young ladies a moonlight boat ride. city while the Spanish commander resumed and had progressed uneventOur excellent city councilman, .Mr. last Wednesday. His and shops of the fleeing m n has been parleying with Gen. fully . until Monday evening, . when this George Prewitt, has not been notified interred in the cemetery at Salem on Those piesent weie Mr. and Mis. Will. I .. have be n entered and women :., :l.l luit&L itiiu iuusi uurriuic ucciucub over the terms of Sur- - i. Odd Fel- iams, Misses Anna Wagers, Minnie who Shatter by bands of armid ol o his selection as assignee for a hush Thursday with Masonic aud came. render. This belief is strengthened low s'honors. Mr. Devore was 52 years West, Cordelia Bull. Judith Tudor, ave robbed them of everything thc3 The explosion at a few min-ut- e house in asey cuunty, but neverthe- old aud a member of the church at Mattie Williams, Annette Riddell, by the reports from Aguadores, which caret to take and destroyed what rebefore 7 oVlt ck Monday evening, less it is tine, for ihe Stanford Journal place has been abandoned by the SpanStleni, where he attended regularly. Maude Miller and Messrs. George mained. The soldiers d: a. tk ti.e wires iards. Bands of Cuban soldiers report but nobody will ever be abl to tell s.iys so. thus. resiand liquors in the cellar of the ' It T. Pierre, a merchant and pro- The deceased leaves a wife and several Vaughn, Robt. Bergman, W. P. Will that the enemy, before evacuating the what caused it, ir how it hapi ened, dences, and rolled alout the streets coast town, placed timbers over their for every witness is dtad and the bod- prietor of the Pierce Hotel iu Liberty, children to morn ti.e loss of one whose iams, V. L. Vaughn, C. W. Miller aud Dr. T. P. Gardner. The crowd met at tphting among tnemselves and asies of all are lying where they fell, ussigne i to Geo. Prewm, of the Libcrt place can never be filled." saulting the remaining residents of entrenchments to represent guns. the lower ferry at ten o'clock aud all 6,000 feet out u i ler the lake. The Bank." TOM COLLINS. HE'S ALL BIGHT. Washington. July 12. Up to midthe city, who are terror stricken. were soon comfortably seated and the old night no news .'rom either the army or only man in the tuunel who escaped Col. Craddocks get this off on Tom JUDGE SCOTT'S NAMESAKE. ferry boat push off down the river. death is Con. O'Donnell, a lock tender, navv at Santiago had reached the deProbably l'rrmhrtl In the I As.otir tiistiiuuished Circuit Judge Collins, one of that name being a lead The night was beautiful, every one partments so far as the public was in- who was stationed 3.700 feet from the spends much ot his time in Jessamine ing grocery merchant iu this city: O., July 12. K. Hempy's Cletixaxd, was jolly and the first ride of the seashore. "Tom Collins," alluded lo Saturday son was enjoyed immensely by all. planing mill, at Xo. lo2 .1 fferaon formed. Though the possibility of inHe heard the explo-- . on or series of county he is doubtless acquainted with street, was destroyed by Ure. sup- terrupted cable communication was explosions. He says there were ten of the uentleiuau of li'o name over there, as the myth of former years, now as a The boat floated slowly down the river posed to be of incendiarv orig.n, Mon- suggested as an explanation for the the shock, and the concussion was who recently killed a gulden engle in horse winning rapes for Simula and and lauded at the mouth of White lack of advices, it was announced at insurance wai menticued some time by day. Lo-twelve till were refresh by a midnight that nothing had been filed sometning tern Die, :or it tnrew mm the cliUs of Kentucky liver 'i'i.e Lexington Gazette in alluding to the In the ruins of the burn, d m.ll were splendid lunch prepared by Mrs. Willat Piava del Este for the officials here. oil ins icei, uuu lor iiours lie was iu Nicholas ville Democrat says: 'ound some charred bones an.l fleh 'Tiios. Scott received a golden eagle font in Christ church. The Iexington iams and served iu the charming way such a dazed condition that he could i vide- tiy the remains of a man who scarcely remember what had hap- mounted, from Ciuciucati this week, li Toiu Collinr, it is said, was the clever for which Mr. and Mrs. Williams are SPANISH CABINET. .iad rerisbed in the flames. A the Banker James pened. He finally groped his way out was the proud bird that he killed on est of merchants noted. After sticking twice on snags, was not in operation when the The Minister Reaigu Ow- ng In Irrecon- and told what had occurred. mill iu Arkau Shropshire tells us Collin & Timber- - and both times being push off by a the last hunt with the club Sre brike out and no employes were in Two men, Patrick Vonseer and Mar- sits. The line speciment was at E. B. lake was a firm he worked for many cilable D. Terence on the Oueailon iniiu waist deep in the water, the the building, the remains are supposed of Negotiating Peace. years ago iu Lexington. Henry tin McCauley, were the first to ven- Hoover's olliee for several days." novelty of which added to the pleasto be those of a tramp. brother of ture in the tunnel after the accident ures of the evening the old boat gave PROF CHANDLER. London, July 12. The Madrid cor- occurred. They made their way to a Mrs. John Ballard, recently interred iu America' Condition of IVc-- . up its merry fiieuds at 1:30 o'clock. respondent of the Times telegraphing lock 6,200 feet .rom the shore, but were;, It will be news to the Principal of the Paris cemetery." Each couple on their way homeward Madkid. July 12. It is asserted Monday says: Senor Sagasta went to there overcome by the gas and fell to Preparatory Department of Central that the United States makt s the fol- the palace Monday and tendered his the floor. When thev tailed to University to know that he is iu busi GREAT SCOTT, THINK OF HARVEY were breathing forth thanks aud praises M'DOWELL DOING THIS. lowing demands as conditions of resignation and that of the cabinet. return, a young man named James ness at Broadhead, but we have it on t j "Miss Kate and Tom" for making possession of Cuba It is said that he advised the queen Clements, son of one of the men The Cynthiana Democrat tells this the evening such an enjoyable one eace: First The the authority of the Livingston corres- story which our Harvey McDowell's and Porto Uica, with a port in the regent to appoint a new cabinet, who was killed and who was employed pondent of the Mt. Vernon Signal: that will be long remembered. Second An indiinn.ty of largely consisting of the military ele- as a mule driver, went to their rescue. canaries. friends know is improbable: 'Prof. Chandler has accepted a pos4S,000,000 (about $240,000,000). Third "Harvey McDowell is at home from To oi Caldwell Graduates Teaching Schoo ment, which wi.u'.d not necessarily He found thim a i most unconscious, a mean the adoption of a warlike policy lying over a mule cart, and succeeded ition as book keeper lor the Broadhead Tlie retention of the Philippines as where lie lias been attendHoller Mill Co. and took chaige 1; 8 Misses Alma Scrivner and Nell guarantee of the payment of the in- but probably the rivers-- . in hil. ing them to the well at the week. We regret to lose the I'rofessor " ing the Presbyterian Theological Semitwo of this year's graduates from demnity. Ihise terms are regarded Madrid,. July .On leaving the shore end of the til nnel. The would-b- e THUS. ADAMS IS A MAKIlIKD MAN. nary." Caldwell High School, began their as impossible rescuers say that all the lights cabinet ioui cil Xontlay evening the BRUTUS CLAY. PUGILIST. term of school Monday. The former The Mooresville letter in the Wi ministers declare i tnat they had mu- were out beyond the 5.000 feet lock Find Themselves TVelti,y. Bourbaii county has two colored light at Red House and the later at White tually engage I to maintain the strict- and that they could not go any i hosier Mm leads us to suppose lint McxciK, Ind., July 12. K. M. Ball weight prize lighters bearing the same Hall. est reserve on the subject of ih. ir de- further. Tom Adams has renounced single inand Henry C Klein have been name of two the best known citizens of Mi6s Sue Scrivner will teach at A second rescuing party was made liberation. and entered the state of double formed that two lead mines supposed the Hlue Grass. At a prize light at Kingsfon, beginning July 25. Miss up of Patrick Gaytons, Mike McGau-le- blessedness. Read : Duke Almodovar tie Rio, minister of to be almost worthless, which they re- foreign affair:--, had an audience with wa Brutus Clay Bessie Coyle will assist at Caldwell is Dan Rogers, Barney Hughes and "Mr. Thomas Adam and wife, of Cyutiuatia this the purchased in Colorado, have cently put Ueorge Alexander to sleep, as told this year, making a total of four of the the queen Monday and subsequently lid CcrbetL It failed utterly in Ruckerville, were the guest of lr& caused a sensation in th iui..ing disoy the Cincinnati Enquirer: anything, as the tunnel Win. Gravett Sunday." seven graduates to secure positions as an important conference with the tricts by the large product ons r was filled with foul pas and smoke. In The star event of the evening was teachers French ambassador. But that blessings comes not always discovered. Klein aiul l!u could London, July 12. The Madrid cort an interview Ed Corbett said: '"When single is atle&ted by tiiis item from ihe a contest between Brutus Clay of Lex become mill.onaires by accej ting the ingtoii. and George Alexander, of Cin-- c respondent of the Tim 8, telegraphing we got out 5,100 feet we found Mt. Sterling proffered trices from western miners Tuesday morning says: us figure the electric lights wero not burniiuati The battle lasted but four "Judge J. V. Lilly beat Tom Adams for the property. with yon to The "The cabinet resigned in conse- ing from there on out. of Police Judge of Clay City by yote rounds, Clay getting the best it from furnish" trje' quence of irreconcilable differences of gas and smoke were terrible. We had forJH5 the beginuing. Near the close of the Coal Miners Mnue Hro'ten. paint and paper opinion on the question of initiating w.t handkerchie s over our noses and of to 55." fourth round Clay hit Alexander in the Pittsburgh. Pa., July 12. The strike mouths and went 200 feet further into 1IAKKY ALLEN, THE LECTURER. peace negotia ions." and paint and. him under the ropes jaw and knocked of the coal miners in the th.rd cool is The Times, commenting editorially the pitchy darkness, but the gas and Our hustling friend Harry Allen, of where he laid until time was up and and must of the practically broken Tuesday morning on the "Gloomy Out- smoke almost overcame us, and we were Caleast, evidently takes a day off now was then carried to Ilia room." house, xfche men have returned to work without look for Spain." says: forced to return. Nothing can be ac- and then to till about his western adamountpf monobtaining the district price. The efBAT GALVIN A MILLIONAIRE AND "Unless the new cabinet is quickly complished in the way of getting the forts of the officials to s enre the co- formed, the delay may easily issue in bodies until the tunnel is lighted and ventures, if wo ate to believe this lroui ey it will cost MARRIED. the Danville correspondent to ihe operation of the ourth pool miners confusion or even disorder, which the sulphur gas and smoke are cleared s Ziuimer, welcoming you, will be so small that you At the Hotel Sayings: r roved futile. The me.i say they were Room would indefinitely complicate the out. It is sure death to try to rjacb, "Mr. J. Harry Allen, of Harrods-bur- new arrivals, Mr. Bat Galvin feels will be astonished. compelled to resume work as their whole problem." the bodies now. As far out as we got means of sublectured in the Christian church, every inch a millionaire with "grace papers from two to four dolfamilies were without the base of the tunnel was covered to In his walk and heaven in his eye," lars in neat papers well put sistence. Another Manila Expedition. the depth of a foot with substance re- here, last Sunday night, his subject beWe have a number of but he is not the Bat Galvin referred on. ing "California in "37." San Francisco, July 12. This week sembling snow in its appearance." Gen. 'William. Condition. to in this dispatch from New York to skilled painters and paper A SLANDEK ON DAVIS. Mount Stlkling, Ivy.. July 12. The will see anotner exodus of the Manila the Cincinnati Enquirer: SHAFTER'S REPORT. hangers that work for us only, condition of John S. ("C rro Gordo") forces. Thurday morning the Peru, No man in .Richmond loves his wi e 'A slender, employed by the year. senator carrying Maj. Gen. S. S. Otis and staff, Two Killed mid Four Wounded In the more devotedly than does R L. Davis Slates Williams, man of about 45 wrote "Bat 8x10 Picture Frame, comSnnday Afternoon Battle at Sanand veteran of two war.-- , who has been six troops of the 4th United States cavso that Sam Boyle aud Jack Harris, of Galviu and wife, Dawson City," on the tiago de Cnba. sinking at his home near this city, is alry under command of Col. Kellogg, plete, 25c. the Louisville Post will have a damage register of the Hoffman House to day. Mich that the end is only a question of and two batteries of the 6th United 6 ft. Felt Shade on spring Washington, July 12. The follow- suit on their hands for publishing this He looked like a preacher or profesStates artillery, under command of a few hours. He has been nnable for slander on the hustling editor of the sional man. The lady who accom- roller readv to hang 10c. is stead- Maj. Grugan, and the City of Pueblo, ing report of casualties in the first days to daily Register: Cloth Shades 3c. panied him was dressed in the height of ily growing weaker and his nurses do with the 14th infantry detachment, will division at Santiago Sunday was re"Judge Shackelford Miller 8entR.L. fashion, but in faultless taste. She was Small can Paint 15c, all ceived at the war department Monday steam out of the harbor. day. not expect him to survive the Davis to jail for thirty hours for failing perhaps 35 and prepossessing. There colors. afternoon: Gen. Mile Arrive Off Santiago. Playa del Estk, July 12. Killed to pay his wife, Jtboda A. Davis, whon was an air of calm satisfaction about Christian Endeavor Convention Cloted. A Good Mixed Paint $1.10 Washington, July 12. iThe war Capt. Charles W. Rowell, 2d infantry, he is now suing for a divorce, the each as they proceeded to their apartXASiiviiXE,Tenn., July 12. The 17th per gallon. nt is advised the International Christian Endeavor con- Santiago Monday ofof the arrival off and Private Peterson, Company A, 2d alimony which was ordered by the ments in the swell hostelry, and well Gold Paint with Brush 15e. auxiliary infantry. court. Davis conducted a bicycle re- there might be. They'have just reclosed its sessions with an exvention "Wall Paper 3, 4 and oc. Yale with Gen. Miles and his Wounded Lieut. M. J. Lutz, 2d in- pair shop at Eleventh and Chestnut cellent programme at Centennial park cruiser turned from Klondike. and a j ortion of Garretson's fantry. Privates: Charles Janch, Com- streets." Gilts 6c Monday night. While the attendance staff Bat Galvin's partner made 525,000,000 brigade. Gen. Miles had a conference pany A, 2d infantry; Charles Lcntki, of "Wall Papers A car-loa- d this year has not been as large as Klondike gold fields and out of the JOHN BENNETT, TOWN MABSHAL. jus't received from one of the exercises have been with Adm. Scnrson and later con- Company B, 2d infantry, and Nelson was expected, the with Gen. Shafter by means of Gilbert, jr., 21st infantry. We expect to bo killed for copying Galvin is accredited wltE having made largest "Wall Paper Factories of a most interesting nature and 'pro- ferred telephone wires. the signal service this item from the Spout Springs(E6till twice as much himself. One year and Shafteb. ductive of great good. Philadelphia. You should county) Times, but we shall employ six months ago he was a poor man. in Ilotpllat Traiu recked. symptoms of Hydrophobia. call and see them, we handle He now ranks among the Hon. John Bennett, of this city, to deStrength of Shoftei Army. Washington, July 12. Surgeon GenL0UI8VH.LU, Ky., July 12. Peter kings, not only the United everything in the line of 'Wall WAsniNGTOS, July 12. Gen. Shafter's eral Sternberg, of the army, has refend us: boy Of this city, Monday, after count ceived a telegram saying the hospital Riley, a and fearless town mar- Stales, but ot the world. He is here Paper, Window Shades, Paints "Our brave available force He is thought to have hydrophobia. has been spending Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, ing all reinforcements and deducting train was wrecked at 8 a. m. Monday was bitten by a dog a few days ago shal, John Bennett, says he can now on business, and mucli of his time in the East. He has Window Glass wounaea, was j Artist and hear good since the rain has thoroughly-setthe dead, sick ana at High Springs, Fla. No one was and shows symptoms. tled the dust, and says the boys recently beent Philadelphia to have Painters supplies generally. 850 fighting men, according to military hurt This train left Tampa with Tiro Kentucky Killing. had better keep quiet or they will be a very small amount of his gold dust Stock the largest and prices wounded who were brought from Sanestimates. turned into coin." Ky., July 12. Two promptly taken in custody." William Jen- tiago on the transport Cherokee. Babboueville, WasuisgtCiN, July 13. the lowest. morev men have been killed in CI a regiment of Nebraska nings Bryan's W. B. SMITH AND HIS LIME, KILN. One of the great trials in a woman's tc Plot to Overthrow Corean Government. county. Both who were colored, were infantry Monday were ordered y Richmond's candidate for Governor life Is that no two members of her Yokohama, July 12. Advices from shot by William Lewis on Sundaj GEO. M. WILLGING, join Gen. Fitshugh Lee's corps at Chemulpo, Corea, say a plot among near Manchester. 269 W. Main St., Richmond, Ky. can now '"whitewash" his apponents like an article cooked the same way. aprt-t- f Ott Santiago de Cuba, via Playa st Cleveland, O., July 12. range-findin- g -- - be--- - In reading over the exchange papers fioin our neighboring towns we frequently meet with names of lesiilents of tl ose pIac-- which are also borne by Madison cpunt3 people. It occurred to us that a collection of few of these items would be not only novel and amusing but might lead up to relation t the ties of ship, iu only' the most desirable cases, of coarse. For instance Messrs John B. and John (J. Ghenault, of Madison, may not know that there is a John Cbenault, of Boyle county, but the following item in the Troy letter to ilie Jessamine Journal locates another man of that name who we trust is as good a Democrat as the two Johns of Madison. The Troy letter says : "Mr. John Chenault, of Danville, was here Thursday." 8 A Newsy Letter From Irvine. in the race, judging by this item from the Livingston Colonel: C. W. Miller spent Snnday in RichW. B. Smith, of Mt Vernon, has mond finished his lime kiln at this place and Mr. Meade Miller, of Nicholasville, will be prepared to furnish lime in a spent Friday with his relatives here. very few days to supply all demand." MesstB. Thomas and George Williams Still another from the Loisville Diswere in Richmond Saturday on busipatch : Cash Store Company. cided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of Wash Fabrics bs Regions of Old Kentuck-- . ur entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale ; long-los- r 10 days and each and every item sold during the 10 daj-- s out of r cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we the Wash Goods Sale Prices durinjr that time. 2r price 5 cents. s, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out v - i 4 r Is of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and ir yard, former price 15c. I purchase with one of the m .1 S ' j largest New York importing houses for all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up be-- d will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from 6ic to 8c per ?goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 xv fe&!5cL le-in- to ISc per yard. d; these goods were cheap 0 our line of new styles (this sale, the jr yard, former im-S0- Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Franeais will be sold at our former price 14c per yard. -- q 9) ) -- r.-po-rt KememDer, prices named oh our entire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be UAbllJJUiN when good are delivered, at all our stores. Now is the time to enlist as a customer-W- e are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry-t- o make this the greatest sale we ever hold. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to t choice. Handmade and jJamburcs and Mulls, Swisses, r in this wash ost to close tho oods we carry ss Goods, No-h- o low in this 'chased will be ere. . s ) ish sol-uie- rs ) ) err 3 ii-r- ( ) ) ) fr O) ( ) attend. oc-nrr- ed ft) ) I Wo did not intend to hold this sale when we began giving tickets on our handsome Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale ne erthelcss. So come early aud w- - avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. iLDHAM & COMPANY. n, Oak-Abo- ut s - - an K&(x$& rrATJTVATA'; Mur-sho- n, 1 Bksi -- cut-sedne- ss y, -- 1 Sentinel-Democra- t. Let Clearance Sale! E AE4JSCE SALE. , WHY NOT Every dollars worth of goods arefully, it will be money saved by doing so. 'X: paper yoijr Har-rotlsbu- rg g. quiet-lookin- g, gray-haire- d Our $3 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $3.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price.. Our $4 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $4.50 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price Our $1.25 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $1.50 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $1.75 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $2 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $2.25 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $3 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $3.50 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $4 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price Our $5 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price to fca tukeany-nourishmen- t, OUR HATS. A$ A m' :i-- A A A 50 Straw 75 Straw 00 Straw 20 straw 50 Straw Hat Hat $ Haf .rial 1 " 35 50 G-- A A 00 25 50 75 A A A. Hat Fur Hat . . .". Fur Hat Fur Hat Fur 1 Hat 1 ft d A GENTS' FURNISHINGS. A Gopd Linen Collar Pair of Sox 50 Cent Neck Wear 25 Cent Neck Wear -- V multi-millionai- re --. .- 10c : Sic 3Se . I A Large line of Wash Ties at Negligee Shirts 20c 5c 45e Jack-sovill- e. -- fati.-il- e want to sell the goods. Prices ok. No old goods, everything fresh three Hundred and llfty head of hogs, in.noc Tnvlnr. of :Nj nort. lso of his , (portraits by b longing to Bond & Lilliard and slop father, distillery were washed Turner) and of his vife'efather, Dr. ping at Dowling away. John M. Kimuough, of Cynthiana, among the finest looking of the officers 1T3W FIS12! who foutrht nt JBuena Vista. Call on Devore & Buckley at No. 16 I Mr. and Mrs. Dudley have four Eabt Main St , for a general line -, and most promising. J Parker-DudleyZc-tjoi- iF, v. vx,vp Iioimls Celebrate Silkf, children all Stampal Goods, ua Skirts, Shut Anion? Mrs. Amurose xmuiey 8Dudley, Ready-mad- e Underwear, children were Dr. Ben Also Tisit our dozen Waists and Wrappers. eroine'ut'eurgeon, aud Rev. Thomas Glove Fitting Denarlraent, Hainburgs, the n.....- - .!. MuraletMTlOO years' con- line of Gent's Shirts, Laces, and uad tinuoirt pwtorate of ,1ns Hose, Ties, Collars and Cans. mmmm. Wash souce It Devom & Buckley. h'wrtK.t Jrya j; -- '',. .. fier With thankfulness their restoration to health by the useotllood sbarsapariila 'ri.tnfr nf tho vast armv who hav; been cured by this medicine Men, women and children, who have !.ifr,,l flip "fhiKenHuces of imnure blood, who have been the victims of scrofula, sores, eruptions uyspepsia, nervousness, sleeplessness. TChey bavo tried others medicines and have fajled to obtain relief. They tried Howl's SarsapfrUla and it did them good. They perserved in its use .f nn.wimntTi.il erl nrinnnnnt cures. JJoyou'wrHBderthat they praise It ana reeettBMMi U to you? .' julyl-- l 1 li ."-?r- I II II ill' v a HdB-- H h , iH &A H jHrf .1 - H y :"- rj - r k . rwy J k. V W- - - f Hff Clothier, n TJie-Shoe- r. 1 XI. TVT tfX mm m, I 'J I I i 7 rs tm . b tm m -- hl .M My - bH. H 11 . - m The Hattsf, .Tlie'riirslier.. - .jim mw 'T-vi-f in J.r -. tp-- ii v fSyStffbVfaifcy'KjffftfliiPVj llTrJTLZ)l?lJTylWh4VTT5lffMlr ' - ll kt b iirP LFV .-- I - '- f 1? 3. )t - . - - ." T ? ' n ' ' . - .:J. .r;r a """ j .? fSf: wMMy America .ABMJLiSg; tyL'W'SL4kft.-MMMi- i T " SUPPLEMENT. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, IMPROVED SCHEDULES THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. MORE PEACE TALK. the Cnlted t r Intercut of Peace Condition at Santiago. It-si- t 44. .SUPPLEMENT. . HOBSON'S STORY. Doe Not Consldar the Slnklnr of the Mel rlmic a Very Great Feat Klndljr Treated by the Spaniard. FIFTY-FIFT- H C0NGRE8& Beg A Report In Circulation 1S98. blatr Wx Siiuii .e I :n Pint alar Setiloa. ' New Youk, July 9. A dispatch to Washington, July 9. There was a the Herald from off Santiago dc Cuba 6ays: Beginning July 6, via Sothern Rail- continuation of peace talk Friday and Your correspondent saw Mr. Hobson other evidences in this line than those way and Queen and Crescent Route. after he had made his report to Adm. On account of increased travel to of Thursday are coming to the sur- Sampson and he consented to give the Florida and nther Southern points, the face. Such, for instance, was the con- Herald a fuller interview about his by the state department of Southern Railway, in connection with firmation the report that the Cadiz fiiet was re- experiences. t m Queen & Crescent route, have inHe spoke in glowing terms of the turning to Spain, since it is scarcely augurated, beginning July 6, through conceivald that the Spanish govern- courage and bravery of his crew. on acceleratetl ment would doom this vestibuled "We have been 33 days in a Spanish last remnant of liedules from Cincinnati and Lotiis- - their fl et to destruction at the hands prison," said Mr. Hobson," and the ille to Atlanta, Femandina, Jackson- of Watson's squadron, which in all more 1 think about it the more marville, Tampa. Miami etc. probability could h ad it off be 'ore it velous it seems that we are alive. "It was about 3 o'clock in the mornOn this new schedule, the train leav- reached Cadiz, its home port. Thereing Louisville 7:40 a. m. and Cincinnati fore, the assumption ,s that the Spanish ing when the Merrimac entered the S.30 a. in., arrives Atlanta 12:00 midgovernment calculates that at least an narrow channel and steamed in under night, Fernandina 8:30 next morning. armistice precedent to peace will be the guns of Morro castle. The still- their constitutionality. Mr. White (CaL) reJacksonville 9:40 a. in., Tampa 5:50 p. obta ned before the ships reach Spain. ness of death prevailed. It was so sumed his speech in opposition. dark that we could scarcely see the House Representative Berry, of Kentucky, An unusualry definite rerort was in 111., train being a solid, vestibuled, headland. We had planned to drop a member of the bouse committee on foreign through train, with dny circulation that the United States had affairs. Tuesday introduced tbe following been sounded in the interest of peace our starboard anchor at a certain resolution: 'Joint resolution tendering joint eoarlies. and Pullman Sleepers from the point to the right of the channel, re- thanks of congress to Schley. U S N.. and the Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Chair cars by the British ambassador, but when verse our engines officers and men under his command. and then swing the from Louisville to Lexington, connect- it was brought to Sir Julian Paunce-fote- 's Resolved. That tbe thanks of congress attention he authoriz d an ex- Merrimac around, sinking her directly and of the American people are hereby tening therewith. across the channel. dered to Commodore Schley. U S. N . and the The night train, leaving Louisville plicit denial and said he had not com"This plan was adhered to, but cir- officers und men under his command, for their municated with the government in heroic and distinguished conduct in destroy7 5 p. m. and Cincinnati S.00 p. m.. any way regarding the termination of cumstances rendered its execution im- ing the Spanish fleet in Cuban waters on the will continue as at present arriving possible. When the Merrimac poked third or July last." The resolution was rethe war. ferred to the naval affairs committee. Atlanta 11:40 a. 111., making connecConditions atTSatiaro also are re- her nose into the channel our troubles Washington, July 7. Senate PettigreWs tion all points South. commenced. The deadly silence tvas garded as favorable just now accordto annex By these new schedules f theSouth-- e broken by the wash of a small boat re olulions senate late the islands of Hawaii passed the ing to Gen. bhafUr'a dispatch received Wednesday afternoon Railway, in connection with the during by a ote of 42 to the forenoon. Nothing more approaching us from the shore. I j were precisely as 2L The resolutions as passed they passed the house. The Queen & Crescent route, the lime via came from himdurinjr the day. picket boat president of the sonato and speaker of tho but the made her out the up "She ran close t iee lines to Florida and other South- impression pr v..iis that the Spanish under the stern of houe signed tbe document, and the president ern points, is many bouts pnc- - ir than are in a des.p. rate light uithtn the the Merrimac and fired several shots will attach hi signature Thursday Several amendments were voted down. seemed to be via any other road. lines of the city, and G n. Shafter's from which Hocse. The house Wedne guns. The Merrimac's rud- bate of four hours concurredday, after a deinformation, apply to any agent action in a imvi sr Li arcs to comin the senate der was carried away by this fire. amendment to the general deficiency bill ausiutheru Railway, or connecting lines. municate frctly witi Ma Irid is an imthorizing the secretary of the interior, the Wm. II. Taylok A C 1 .m., plication that ther is at least a rea- That is why the collier was not sunk attorney general nnd the secretary of the treasury to settle, with the approval or the sonable hope thut ihe Spanish general across the channel. Southern Ry., Loui&ville K. "We did not discover the loss of the president the Indebtedness of the Central and contemplates a surrender. Western Pacitlc roads to the government. The was However that may b every prepara- rudder until Murphy cast anchor. We amendment in concurred a Instructed for McCreary. then found that the Merrimac would vote or f6 to Ml An amendment by was Laxcastkr, Ey., July ). I. The dem- tion is makinr for a .Teat engage- not answer to the helm, and were com offered and adp ed to the Pacific railroad ocratic convention met and instructed ment, the final one at Js.uitiaro it is pelled to make the best of the situa- amendment pn tiding that unless settlement j was rcaclitsl nlthln one year, the president its. delegation for McCreary, of Madi- hoped, ivhch may begin ev n us early tion. snouiu oczin foreclosure proceedings to colas Saturday if r haft, r's reinforcements son, for congress. The co.nmittee on "The run up the channel was very lect all money due the government. During on hand. The department has not the day Mi srs Hilborn (rep CaL), M'.Rae resolutions first recommended that are (dtm. heard so far of the arrival of these exciting. The picket boat had given (pop. Ark ). Newt nds (sliver. Nev.), Uastle Rothwell, of Garrard, receive first inCal.J, Harlow (pop. C.L), Dcvrfes the alarm and in a moment the guns structions and McCreary second. Mr. soldier-- but believes they have reached of the Vizcaya, the Almirante Oquendo (dem. CaL). F.emlng (dem Go.) spoke in opwhile (rep. Ilothwell refused to accept these in- Shaftcr. The jrr-- atest difficulty that and of the shore batteries were turned position (rep. O.).Messr Crow (rep Pa.) Hepburn la.) and has been encountered is in the landstructions, and the delegation was inCannon (rep. I1L.) supported upon us. the ing of trcops and supplies. amendment. The conference structed for McCreary. the "Submarine mines and torpedoes bills to Increase the force or reports upon dethe ordnance This being the hurricane season, partment and to protect harbor defenses and Store troops Sent to and the wind setting straight on the also were expioded all about us, add- fortifications against Injury were adopted. ing to the excitement The mines did The bill granting an Fkamcfokt, Ky., July IX. At the re- southern coast, tne mast-rAmerican registry to the of the quest of Adj. Gen. Colder commanding the transrorts have become alarmed no damage, although we could hear steamship Tltanla of San KrancUco was the state troops at the trial of ltob and taken their shirs many miles out rumbling and cuuld feel the ship trem- passed, as was also another auih. riIng the construction of a bridge over tLe Yalobusha ble. i:ianks, the Negro rapist at Mayfield, to sea nee river in LcFlorc county. Miss., by the Yazoo Ion j .urneys by "We were running without lighta & Missis ippl Valley R. R. At s:o3 p. m. the Guv. Uradley ordered an additional the ships' boats, whicn make their and only the darkness saved us from ut- nouse adjourned. company of troops to that place. A landings through the surf with the Washington, July 8. Senate LateThurs-da- y When the ship was ter destruction. special train, carrying troops and a greatest difficulty and danger. So in the desired position afternoon a bill conferring upon Adjt. and we found Corbln the rank, pay and allowances Gen. jratling pun, and 5,000 rounds of car- slow and tedious has been the service of a gone, I called the major general was pass d by the senate. that the rudder was tridges, left here at 3 o'clock. A conunder these conditions that Secretary men on deck. While they were launch- When unanimous consent was asked by Mr. flict between citizens and militia is Alger has order Gen. to seize ing the Catamaran, I touched off tha Sewall (rep.. N J.) for consideration of the bill. Mr. Pettus (dem.. Ala.) objected. Howfeared. the transports, one and all, and explosives. ever, by a vote the decided to Chrltty Churchill' Chance. place them as near the coast the bllL Bills passed: Fixing the days "At the same moment two Louisville, Ky., July 1L The ap- as he chooses without regard to fired by the Reina Mercedes, torpedoes, and allow, nee of chaplains of volunteer registruck the ments, making tbem the same as those of a pointment of Brig. Gen. Henry W. Law-to- n the fears of their masters. Ten daj-Merrimac amidships. I can not say mounted captain; permitting officers In the to be a major general makes the ago light rs were started down from whether our own positions a explosives or the regular or volunteer army to hold or commissioner-- , superintendents case of Mr. Christy Churchill, of Lou- Mobile to Tampa, but so far Gen. historians Spanish torpedoes did the work, but 01 national paries, jir. Allison called up the isville, look more encouraging. Gen. Shafter has received only one. These the Merrimac house re olutlon providing for the adjournwas lifted out of the waLawton is very anxious that Mr. lighters have been a nightmare to the ment of congrtss Friday, and had it referred to ter and almost rent asunder. the committee on appropriations. Churchill should receive a staff ap- department ever since. The captains "As she settled down we scrambled HOUSE The day In the hou e was given to pointment, and in his present position tie up in creeks at the slightest sign of overboard and cut away the catama- consideration of mea ures by unanimous cononly a word is necessary. Senator bad weather, while the charter rate of ran. A were passed. After great cheer went up from tha sent. Few of Importance for final adjournment the resolutions providing .Lindsay is also interested in the case. S100 a day runs on. Orders forts and war ships as the hull of tho Friday was agreed to. there was a clamor sent forward to terminate this state of collier foundered, Rats ltite Mbjt Cause Death. the S uniards think- characteristic of the closing days of a session, in large things even if it is necessary to lose a ing the Ky., July 11. Robert Richmond, Merrimac was an American, membersupon theirnumbers being almost constantly feet, apreallng for recogfew lighters in the effort to reach war ship. Long, a prominent farmer living near nition and consideration of their local measShafter. ures. "We attempted to get out of the Cottonbery, this county, is in a dying The government has not yet deter- harbor on the Catamaran, but a strong Washington July 9 The second session condition as the result of a rat bite h of the congress expired Friday at n ceived a few weeks ao. The rodent mined how to dispos- of Adm. Cer- tide was running and daylight found o'clock. It has written pages of new historyi vera. A feel ng of the highest admira- us still struggling in the water. Then for these United Slates, bit him on the finger and nothing was but Its end was quiet, ami. after thought of it at the time. LaUr it tion prevails here at the gallantry dis- for the first time the Spaniards saw us cident In tho usual tamenes, save for an inthe house, where the s began to swell and give him pain, the played, by tlie oil warrior and the and a boat from the Reina Mercedes was obliged to use the mace, swelling extending to the entirj body. noble spirit exhibited by him under picket us up. It then was Mwrily the "golden goose. which symbolizes the misfortune. The disposition is to after 5 o'clock in the morning and as power of the house and the authority Four doctors are attending him. the name treat him with as great lioeril.ty as had been in the water more than au exercised TheInsenate accepted of all the people. the conditions will p. nnit. It lus been hour. We were taken aboard tho of tho house fixing Friday at 2 re oluttons o'clock as Honors for Lawton and Wood. propos d that he le released 0:1 Reina Mercedes, and later were sent the hour for adjournment, when shortly after Washington, July 9. Among the parole, not noon Friday the committee on appropriations to engage in hostilto Morro Castle. reported that it had no further urgent businominations sent to the senate Friday ities against the United States unthat "In Morro we were confined in cells ness, andInjury the adjournment could be bad was that of J3rig. Gen. Lawton to be to tbe good of the c untry. Mr. til the end of the war. but it has in the inner side of the fortress, and without Spooner major general, and CoL Leonard Wood not yet been decided offered a wh ther to were there the first day the fleet bom- Senator Frye. president resolution thanking pro tempore of the to be a brigadier generaL Gen. Law-to- n do this or to confine th. adm.ral tech- barded Morro. I could only hear the senate, for the able and courteous manner in is now in command of a division nically within which he had presided over the deliberations the limit-- , of the naval whistling of the shells and the noise of the senate durinir the nrospnr. smiinn t before Santiago and Col. Wood com- academy reservation at Annapolis. they made when they struck, but I was adopted. A similar resolution offered by mands the 1st regiment of volunteer All the o her 'capliired Mr. Cockrcll panih naval judged from the conversation of the Hobart was (Ma) thanking Vice President cavalry, "Roosevelt's rough riders." ofiic rs Will be confiued there save the guards that the shells did considerable President adopted with a rousing yea. Vice Hobart then, the hour of 2 o'clock surgeons who will Le allowed to re- damage." being indicated by tbe senate time piece, forVeterans Reunion Will be Held in Atlanta mally declared the senate adjourned without main with the enlisted men at the day. This Month. AMERICAN NAVY. prison stat.on at Seavy's island. PortsHawaiian Commissioners Appointed. Comrades: The Commander of mouth harbor, If. II. The S.. Louis is The English 'Weekly Paper Compare It Washington, July 11. The president Kentucky Division United Con- due there Friday night or Saturday the With the XuTle of Germany has appointed Senator Cnllom, of Illifederate Veterans dhects your attejf with the first lot of prisoners, while and France. nois, Senator Morgan, of Alabama, tiou to the annual reunion of the Uni- the Harvard is just about to start London--, July 9. The weekly papers Representative Hitt, of Illinois, from off Santiago with the remainder. ted Confederate Veterans, to be held in Dole, president of the Hawaiian The report of the appearance of a of England pay high tributes to tha the city of Atlanta, Ga., on July 20 21, Republic, and W. F. Frear, of Hawaii, 22 and 23, and to especially urge upon Spanish privateer off the coast of American navy. The Speaker says: "The Santiago to be commissioners under the Hathe various Camp Couintuderb the British Columbia, which appears to waiian annexation resolution. necessity of their taking such action have created such a commotion on the fight proves that so far as the fleet is concerned, the United States need not Condemned Man' Reqneit. .t will insure a large attendance. The northwestern coast, came from one of Ow EN8BORO, Ky., July It. Tom Hay-deVeterans of Kentucky should feel it a the government agent3 in that section fear com rarison with any country ia who is to be haneed at Hartforrl uty, aidde from the pleasure, to meet of the world. Moreover, the same the world." The Spectator draws, as a conclusion SO miles from here, next Monday, has airain the shattered remnants of the person said that two vessels were taking on cOal at a British Columbian from the battle, the conviction that made a last request that he be allowed jTiainlest armies the world ever knew, port, wnich, it was presumed, was in- the American fleet could face even tho to play "Old Kentucky Home" on the whom they stood shoulder to and with tended for the Spanish fleet should it French fleet without great risk of dis- banjo on the scaffold just before the shoulder. The expense will be small, have made its way into the Pacific aster, and it says: "So far as the Ger- trap is 'sprung: The request will be one cent for each mile traveled man and American navies go, thera ocean through the Suez canal. Haydea It is desired that all who expect to The failure of congress to act on the would be no comparison. A struggle granted.a ban joist. has quite a reputation as attend, will withou: delay, report their naval advancement special acts may between them would be very short and New Bloegraas League. names to their respective Camp after all be beneficial as enabling the very complete, and it would surprise Lexington, Ky., July 11. A Blue-grapresident to arrange with more delib- Emperor William, who tlrinks himself baseball league was organized Comrades, many of us fought in the eration and justice a 6cale of rewards invincible, but his can. here with Frankfort Nieholnsir?1l 'Hundred Days" Campaign around for meritorious officers. not alter history." "Richmond and L?xington as members. ..Atlanta, we know her generous people Ihe first game will be played next FriWill Send Troop to Honolulu. gave us a welcome then, and now uiey Ixcmotlve Come Together. Washington. Jr-l- 8. As a result of day. It is not yet determined where the same glad greeting awaits us, we LocisviLu:,Ky.,July 1L Passenger the opening game will be played. know theywill open their hearts and trains S01 and 233 o. the Illinois Cen- the cabinet meeting Friday it was deParis and Versailles may come into tho homes and do all in their power tral railroad collided at Meadow Lawn cided to dispatch a regiment of troops league. their to Honolulu immediately, and tha 10 make this reunion one of the best of station, seven miles from Louisville, Ueut. Clay W a Not Bart. commandant at the Presidio, CaL, has 9 o'clock Sunday morning. The enat the many good ones. By order gines came together with a terriflo been communicated with to learn, LEXUGTO.v.Ky., July li. The report Major Commanding John liovu, whakforces are available. that Lieut. Charles D. Clav was Kentucky Division United Con- crash and, were demolished. Strange wounded at the battle of Santiago is to tay, only one man was injured. federate Veteran. Jack Doyle Sold to the New York. untrue. His relatives have heard from John H. Cartes, Adjutant .General Fireman Mike Crost, in jumping from Washington, July 9. Jack Doyle him and he iaall right He is iq Gen. the cab, sustaine I a .fracture of the, was sold to the New and t hief of Staff. Official. right leg. The loss will reach S3,000. a 12,000 consideration. Yorks Friday for iawtons command, belonging to the 17th regiment, CoL Chaffee. TO FLORIDA train-eerviee, & Wa8HI5Gtom, July 5. Skjatb The senate was the only bouse of congress la session Monday. Resolutions catling upon the secretary of war for information as to experiments with explosives and inventions were passed and consideration of the Hawaiian resolutions was resumed. Mr. Allen (Neb.) opposed the resolution. He laid down the proposition that annexation Involved the abandonment of tbe Monroe doctrine and the traditional foreign policy of this country. He declared that Porto Rico. Cuba and the Philippines should be made independent. Spain should pay the entire cot of the war and the war should not end with any increase of this government's territorial possessions. At noon Senator Turpie (Ind.) read tbe Declaration of Independence. During the session a large number of pension bills were passed. Wasuikctow, July 6 Sehate The debate upon tbe Hawaiian resolutions continued in the senate. Three speeches were made. Mr. Hoar (Mass ) in advocating annexation made a notable speech against it, and any policy of general territorial expansion as a sequence to tbe war. Mr. Lindsay (Ky.) opposed the resolutions directing bis attack principally against WiCT?-sSB.9- XQ I the iueen & Crescent Route from all points south, to the via Traos-iVlississip- pi Low Rates livposition, Omaha. June 1st. first-cla- ss , B. Y. P. U. nternat onai Meeting, Buffalo, July 14-1- 7. Etaights Pythias orulave, ndianapolis, August 22-2- 9. fr G. A. R. Encampment 5-- (.mwinnjti, u., icptrfmber 1898. im 1 three-pound- er A.sk ticket Agtnts tor particuiars or apply to V. C. liinearson. Q. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for free Umik. flaps. 'rnted Matter, ltme Tables, Rates end mil nionr.ation. C . i tJf".,. 3L t IKS , VOLUNTEERS Gros-ven- or WANTED! Not for war, but to join our army of customers. We are now offering many rreat bargains in Corsets, Black and Colored Dress Goods. Maj-fleld- . in s H GOODS rrcon-sid- er s at most attractive prices. Til Our line of Wash Goods is complete and Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead the town So when u have-bee- n ' - Fifty-fift- visit the City don't fail to enroll your name on our roster to fight high prices and cheap material. Remember we will protect in every purchase, large or small. 3-- scrgeant-at-arm- White -- &- Gibson. 1' . vwtwwwww M Keep Tb&ir ill Faik D. B. Shackel--W& Co. have reA' Ob Ice lliis kmer. ford ceived a large assortment of refrigerators and cold storage ice boxes which they are hustling off at your own price. They are indispensable articles. Ice is nice but only once or twice will you buy it just to see it melt awa' 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 the styles of boxes before the stock is picked over TT ESSRS. San-for- d n, Cein-mande- rs. ss ti n vuu ft n. mM ) f yjfc Sncceraor to Shackelford & Gentry, RlCHMpND, KY. 4 "here, licv. moptinEr 'A crowdof afibut thirty boys 5T Station, has applied. to Gov. Lradley - w p n g''M' Vji ilaC" SQ b V B "If I . 3t TSv (1 'v .1 SW.J-- S 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. ;" ! E nni mmmtmm&im " M"MI,Q'MMIM1'M'M'"M",'WMM'I,"M'MM,,MI"MMI""'M J n?b I 1 BE JpiBsfe JM llMf V llfhi " 1 Ny v tff Pi IE US B I 111 B II I 1 -- l E 1 1 v m -- " 111 ay rr ' nhi ---- Z". IT "IT H1'1 .3. f BE YS 111 II I J II IEEEm LP ",H "T 4 A T M vS Trmfol "Ttf" ' outjalnorgripe. Tb Cn'r ' ""' SoldbTRlldragRists. 2S cent. tak8 ith Uooi'M SanaparlU. SJHSS Ui V g - - f JL v flatr - M IIJf O NiZ Add two more to your Uncle Sam- uel's string-t- ho Reina Mercedes and E. JLmT 1 A i Blank,, of Lew isvil.e, Texas, TMx writes mac one box oi uewitrs witch Hazel halve was worth SoO.OO to Inm S .iiflfc Itcnred his piles of ten years standing. 7Kr- liu iiuvmus ULiiera lij irv il. 11 also nnpr lv&k nv n 0 T1 aijfrvvrv vl ,uic:ej ucaciiiu, t5MU uibcarca anu uu- r Nw stinate sores. Douglas & Wines. c A barbed-wir- e fence is not much of a hindrance to an Arizona Rough Rider. Ln f a jiiftC MjBm. JSjSJs T-yS f. II fa M j 2 I1 II f 1 P Ej .' 110 A i I ifi - . fV I 11 U U I I II 11 kill IILikVf 0 9 H . vs2SilSi I THE VERDICT RENDERE D EICEMOHD, MT. STEELING AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE Very Little Trouble. Style, Quality and STIt "will pay you to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. 'I had an attack of rheumatism and could get no relief from the modicines I tried until I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. This medicine cured me and I have had very little trouble from rheumatism since. We keep Hood's 'arsaparilla in the house all the time." Mrs.S. M. Judsox, Beefsheba, Tenn. Hood's Pills are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Bo sure to get flood's. It Even "Butcher" Weyler's typewriter is no longer of any potency in Madrid. Bob Moore, of LaFnyetie, Ind., says that for constipation he has found Little Early Risers to be perfect. They never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. Douglas De-Witt- Busy they must all go. ee Cash Store Company. dfr Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of "Wash Fabrics ever held in the Blue Grass Regions of Old Kentucky. Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale ; s 's m 9S? 207 WEST MAIN & Wines. vm -- STREET, RICHMOND, KY. y Spanish bonds are now worth about four and cents a pound. one-ha- lf Madison County Fiscal Court. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Proctor Knott Cigar. Nine Bars Lenox Soap for 25c cash at Gus'. The battle continues hot at the Blue Grass Grocery, where prices on all high grade groceries are being slaugha- Advertisements will be received c tered every day. We have knocked 3 by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - the bottom clear out of flour. We are g antee that its circulation exceeds g holding our breath and selling this O that of any other paper published C week. p The best patent G5c 24 pound sack. O in Richmond. c Full Straight 00c 24 pound sack. o Good Family 50c 24 pounds sack. We guarantee all goods to be just as Dr. Hobson, Dentist. represented. Our motto low prices, Tiie best smoker, the Proctor Knott good goods and full weight. Blue Gkass Grocery Co. ciar. 13. Tofgiiesiiliig 44 1 suffered for years with tetter. On arising my hands were etiff and my fingers crookod. They would crack all over and the blood would run from them. The doctor ordered me to grre up work. Then a friend said, "Try AYERS I took in all eight battles, which completely healed me." Mrs. W. SLOAN, Eoyersf ord, Pa. JULY - 1S9S. and Eczema, The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlein's Eye and Slrin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic soro cyc3. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum Tetter, In Re calling in R. X. I. it B. railroad bonds of Madison county, Ky., and issuing and selling new Madison county bonds to pay for same. The question of calling the Richmond, Nicholasvillo," Irvino and Railroad Bonds of Madison county, Ky., and of issuing and substituting therefor new bonds of said county, having been submitted to this court, and it appearing that the said R N. I. & 11. bonds are now subject to call having been issued prior to September 28, 1S01, and the court being of the opinion that considerable money may be saved to Madisou county, Ky.. by such action, it is 30w ordered that this court will on August 1st,. 1S9S, call in all of the said R. N. I. & B. Madison county bonds and will on said August 1st, 189S, order that new bonds on Madison county, Ky., be issued and sold and the proceeds of the sale of same be to the payment of the old bonds thus called in. Notice of this court's contenip'ated action in this bond matter as above set out is ordered to be given by the publication of a copy of this entire order in the columns of the Kentucky Register and in the columns of the Richmond Climax in their weekly issues for four consecutive issues of each of said papers, and by printed posters posted at the most public places in each voting precinct of Madison county, Ky., for at least thirty days before said August 1st, Beat-tyvil- le 4o This sale will last for 10 daj-- and each and every item sold during the 10 days out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we carry to correspond with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. ?EP at 3 cents per yard, former price One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. patterns to close at Sic per yard, former price We have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up between our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from Gic to 8c per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12i to 18c per d. -- 1 just what a horse needs when in bad J)f. Cady's Condition Ponders, are Teller. R. G. Gordon Wins Second Prize at Chautau- condition. Tonic, blood pnrifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to pnt a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Franeais will be in this sale at 8Je per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. We have recently added to our line of imported French Organdies about 300 new styles and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former price 2oc to 3oc Come early to get choice. All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machinemnde Torchon Laces, Hamburcs and Embroideries of all kinds, Faris Mulls, Sw isses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close tho entire lot. Prices on all other lines of goods we carry including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, etc., have been made to low in this sale that each and every item purchased will be a bargain You can't go wrong here. &old Read Freeman Bros. ad. in this Lost Heifer. isue. o Gordon Dudley left Monday for Lexington where he will be examined for admission into Col. Colson's regiment. Lackey Bice, sou of Judge Ilico, aho I have the best and cheapest road WJiit over but was detained on a tele Avagon on the market. gram from his father and brought mayll-CmS. L. Midkikf. home. The State lSank & Trust Company Bines Grass League. are now doing business in the Store The Blue grass base ball league or room recently occupied hyMisbTem-pi- e ganized in Lexington Fi iday compose Oldham. the following cities as membcis: LexIt is now claimed that Commodore ington, Frankfort Kichmond and Nich lloviell. who has charge of the block- ol.isville. Others cites will be admitted ading licet at Havana, will bombard at their meeting First game that city witiiin.tlie next uoek. will bo placed Friday. 1 have on hands now a full line of Gdl Acquitted. high grade buggies, carriages and road Talbot Gill, who has been confined agons at lowest prices. in Richmond jail for several weeks on mavll-GinS. L. Midkiff. tli6 charge ot breaking into Squire After two weekh, the interecting Coy' meat houe near Kirksville, and reuv.d con liicted by He v. MacGregor lor receiving stolen goods, was given at the Baptist church came to a close an examining trial at Lancaster Fridav Sunday night. Several additions were and acquitted oa tesli money of pros- ccuting witnooaes. made to the church Relief For The Sick and Wounded. Mrs. Williamson will resume her The Madison County Chapter D. A. Private School on Seventh street the first Monday in September and would It., under the auspices of the National be grateful for your patronage Association and the surgeon general cf juue22-3the army, is preparing to furnish relief wounded soldier boys, John P. Long, of Cottouhurg, sends to the sick and boxes for contrubutions us a slender uraen bush, fragrant as a and lias placed drug stores ot the city. rose, but its botanical name wo do not in the various Any amount will dnlv appreciated. know. A gentleman in the ollice at the time pronounces it Texa Mesquite. Douglas and Turpin Secure Two Contracts. Messrs Douglas and Turpin have Mks Tempie Oldham has moved been awarded the contract for the new her stock of goods for the months of will The July and August iuto the room back of Masonic Temple. high, structurebrick, built of Schlegel's Hall. Ladies wishing Mil- be three stories linery, notions and underwear, will and at a cost of $0,340. This firm has secured the contract to save money by culling on her. build the gymnasium at Central UnijulyG-2versity which will cost more than The Sons ol Confederate Veterans $4,000. rquested to meet at the court house Express Companies Must Put War Revenue Thursday at 2 p. in. to select delegates Stamps on Packages. to the Atlanta rennion. Other imporThe Commissioner of Internal Revtance business lo como before the meet- enue has a decision in preparation in ing requires the pressence of all mem- which It will be held that the stamp bers. representing the tax on express matter .Splendid Suceess During:irciiit court at Irvine last must be affixed to the bill of lading by has been had in case of colic, diarthe express companies, and by the in- rhoea, etc, by using Dr. Caldwell's wcek.Clabe Tharp, ton of Jndgj A. J. Tharp, was acquited of the dividual shipper. This also applies to Syrup Pepsin. As a household remedy il invaluable. Buy charge of killking a nejrro near Itice the Government when sending express for such troublesandis you are bound to a lGc trial bottle Sation 18 months ago- - Pleas Hill was matter under its contracts. bo conviuced. To bo had of B. L. july6-lalso acquitted of the charge of killing Middelton. Richmond Band Boys. Ambrose Christopher. The Richmond Military Band which The duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha A negro blacksmith residing near plajedforthe Commercial Club here has paid S"000 for a fiddle. Why Red House is reported to have recently Monday, gave splendid satisfaction and doesn't Spain strike him for a loan? announced a change in his busintss as discoursed good music. Their uniform TEA cures Dyspcp-Jfollow: 'Notis Da is very attractive and they are a very PJ2fAtNUBIA.lJ iMllli V sla, Constipation and Indiheretofor resisting between me and gentlemanly set of fellows. It is one gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Mo9e Skinner is resolved. Dem what of the best brass bands in the State Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. owes de firm will settle wid me, and and Nicholasvillo expects to have Q. White. dem what de firm owes will settle wid them again at their centennial in Sep- ' Keaily every roan has a grievance, Mose." tember. The Journal was treated to a and you will find it out if you touch serenade by them. Jessamine Journal. him right. The United Confederate Veterans Craddock's Notes on The Dudleys. Oil! I Say! Reunion will be held at Atlanta, Ga., Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Near Winchester, the imposing have you given Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Saturday, July 'JO, 21, 22 and 23, the looking residence with its tall pillars Pensin a trial? It will cure vou of will correct your three first days boing the anniversaries that is admired by Chesapekc & Ohio your constipation, and make your life stomach troubles of the battles of Peach Tree Creek, passengers, is the hospitable home on worth living. Trial size bottles 10c, Manasses and Atlanta, respectively. 200 acres of Frank Dudley's late candi- (10 doses 10c) large size 50c and S1.00 of julyG-lAs the rate will be only one cent a date for Suvto Senator. Such a home B. L. Middelton. many Richmond peo- ought to and dots eontain works of art SheDid mile each way, ever see any rapid and pictures of ancestors of the pro- firing? ple should go. prietor. Oa his uaternal aide is that of He Yes: I was in Washington when Hogs Drcwnid. his grandfather, Rev. Ambrose Dudley, the Spanish minister and attaches were During a etorni on the Kentucky and on maternal side of giandfather river in Woodford county last week Reuben T. Taylorf brother of General Bent lioiso three hundred and fifty head of hogE, James Taylor, oi Njw port, tlso of his Hollands Celebrate b longing to Bond & Lilliard and slop father, Parker Dudley, (portraits by With thankfulness their restoration to' piag at Dowling distillery wero washed Turner) alid of his ivifeVfathor, Dr. health by the useotHood'sSarsaparilla Think of the vast army who have aw a'. John M. Kimbough, of Cyuthiana, been cured by this medicine among the finest looking of the officers Men, women and children, who have suffered the ctfuseqeuces of impure fought at Buena Vista. Call on Devore & Buckley at No. 16 who the victims of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley have four blood, who have been Eabt M.fm St , for a general line sores, eruptions dyspepsia, most promising. scrofula nervousness, sleeplessness. Stamped Goods, Wash Silkp, children ail son", and Heady-mad- e Underwear, Skirts, Shirt Among Mrs. Ambrose Dudley's baker's "They have tried others medicines Een Dudley, and hflvo failed to obtain relief. They Waists and Wrappers. Also visit our dozen children were Dr. Thomaa Hrlftd Hood's Sarsaparilla and It- did Glove Fittiug Department, Hamburgs, the cminentEurgeon, and Rev. them good. 'Aliey pcrserveu m iss.use whoeouipleted 100, years" line of Gent's Shirte, Dudleyv anu ivaccuuiuiiiMitu puuinwut vuw Laces, and pastorate of his f&thr Had Do vou wonder that they prate It'iiid Hose, Ties, Collars and Cuffis. juJyl-l- . mooiiaead it to you? Deyohz & Bhcklet. - liiBMU-M- t Brya Station cUarek. It o v. r d v Let Midkill paint and trim mavll-Cmcarriage. 17 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00 cash at Gus'. The state favorite, the Proctor Knott cigar. See local notice of new firm" at No. 12G East Main St. Tin Cans, best made, 2oc a dozen at Gus Mar"olen's. Dr. Louis IL Landman will be at ir. J. 15. Willis' on Wednesday 13th. See Midkill'bline of buggies before you buy. All vork guaranteed, mav 1 will give you the bottom price on Fruits and Groceries for cash at Gus Margolcn's. It. M. Pulley, of this county, won the time prize in the twenty mile bicycle race at Lexington Friday. ll-6m- o A black heifer, about 800 pounds, strayed from our place on the Tates your Creek pike, 4 miles from town, last week. Keward ollered. Miss Pattie axij Ax.me A Deathekge. Large Den ot Snakes Killed. Harry Turner, a White's Station darkey, found and killed in a wheit shock on Bud Cochran's place last week, 33 large black biiakes. We admit that this story sounds a little "biiakey ;'' ueertheless it is true. Notice! A1J merchants who have engaged space in our special edition will please have the copy ready for their advertise- ment not later than Thursday morning. Our representative will call and get same. We thank you.ery kindly for your patronage. More Recruits. o m m There were fought 2.2GI engagements during the war of the rebelion. Impure blood is an enemy to health, The annual Chautauqua oratorical contest held yesterday afternoon was and mav lead to serious disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla conquers this won by the representative of Ken- enemy and avert danger. It tucky University, Mr. Howard Cree, The desire of appearing clever often of Covington, while the representative of Central University. Mr. R. G. Gor- prevents one becoming so. don, of Louisville, was awarded second Win your battles against disease by prize. Seven colleges participated and acting promptly. One Minute Cough it was one of the most successful con- Cure produces immediate results. When taken early it prevents consumptests ever held at Woodland. The tion. And in later stnges it furnishes Auditorium was literally packed and prompt relief. Douglas & Wines. the waving of the colors made the auThe American people will soon know dience resemble a rolling sea of many as much about geography as their colors Lexington Leader July 9. British cousins. A Child Enjoys Thousands of persons have been The pleasant flavor, goutle action, and cured of piles by using DeWitt's "Witch soothing eliect of Syrup of Figs, when Hazel Salve. It heals promply and 1S9S in need of a laxative, and if the father cures eczema and all skin diseases. It STATE OF KENTUCKY, c . or mother be costive or bilious, the gives immediate relief. Douglas & County of Madison. most gratifying results follow its use; Wines. so that (t is the best family remedy I, Jno. F. White, Clerk of tho County This sinking a ship and acquiringan known and every familv should have Court and county aforesaid certify that a bottle Manufactured" by the Cali- island, before breakfast, comes easy to this a true copy of above order as apUncle Sam. fornia Fig S nip Co. pears in my office. Santiago has como to the front with CUBAN OIL cures Given under my hand this 22nd day the latest two utilities of modern waCuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu of June, 1898. rfarethe balloon and the telephone. matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. JNO. F. WHITE, C. si. c O. Sometimes the most careful women G.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. je29-4- t White. are the most careless. Many a woman bundles herself up, to keep out sickness when she is neglecting the very woist sickness tnat can come to a woman. She allows n slight disorder to become worse, to slowly say her vital-IilThe little pain and the other flight indications ot trouble seem to her uuimportjut. She troes on, with increasing suffering, until life iteelf be comes a drac. Nervousness, 'Milling e.pells," digestive diolurh.inces, and lnty others complications may arise from the derangement of the organs distinctly feminine. Ovi-- thirty ears ago. tlieneed for a reliable remedy for 'female complaints" was recognised by Dr. R. V. Pierce, then, as now, chief consulting phvsician to and Invalids' the World's Dispen-arHotel, at Buffalo, N. Y. He prepared Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the inoftt wonderfully eflvclive remedy that has ever been used for such maladies. stamps and t Send 21 cents in receive Dr. Pierce's 100S page Common Sense Medical Adviser," illustrated. Most of our misfortunes are more &A supportable than the comments of onr friends upon them. Aflcr meals you should have simply a feeling of comfort and satisfaction. 'Zfti You should not feel any special indications that digestion is going on. If you do, you have indigestion, which means not digestion. This may be the beginning of so many dangerous diseases, that it is best to take it in hand at once and treat it with Shaker Digestive Cordial. For you know that indigestion makes poison, which causes pain and sickness. And that Shacker Digestive Cordial helps digestion and cures indigestion. Shaker Digestive Cordial does this by providing the digestive materials in which the sick stomach is wanting. It also tones up and strengthens the digestive organs and makes tiiem periecuy neaitny. This is the rationale of Ub method of cure, as the doctors would say. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to S1.00 per It bottle. Our $5.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price everyWhat an unconcerned look Our $6.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price body has when the contribution box is Our $8.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price passed their way. g,c AT Clearance Sale Price qua. ) ) i ST" 9) -- Remember, prices named oh our entire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all our stores. Now is the time to enlist as a customer-W- e are Bombarding Prices m all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to attend. R s ) lpv km rV 9) mzs O) We did not intend to hold this sale when we began giving tickets on our handome Meda.ion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come early and avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. . 3 w S? " HAM Omms COMPANY Planters w !i WBm 1 !"; tllll VLSI S5kn one-cen- idSufflmer Clearance Sale! Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our $3 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $3.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $4 Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price The time of year has arrived that we inaugurate A GEEAT CLEARANCE SALE. Every dollars worth of goods in our house must be sohl. Our prices will make them go. Eead carefully, it will be money saved by doing so. $ 2 lp 2 40 3 00 3 40 1 00 1 15 1 30 1 50 ices. o 00 G 75 2o -- . 9 00 11 -- o lo 50 3 oO 4 50 oO H3X!p . $4.50 $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 ty m fel ?jj-r- T -- Clearance Sale Price Clearance Sale Price Clearance Sale Price Clearance Sale Price ?fe Suits, Clearance Sale Price Suits, Clearance Sale Price mi Suits, Clearance Sale Price Suits, Clearance Sale Price r. 01 a vv,rY. Moti'o Snifa nipnrariPA Rale Price Our $1 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance SalePriee Our $1.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price f5kv Our $2 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price $3 Our $2.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price fes3 Our $3 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price .v,. cq zn TTnoo "PoTir. finite. Hlparance Sale Price &Ms Our $4Knee-PanSuits, Clearance Sale Price Out. ati's Suits. Men's Pants, Clearance Sale 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 1 75 3 Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our $10 Men's Suits, $12 Men's Suits, $15 Men's Suits, $18 Men's Suits, $5 Young Men's $6 Young Men's $7 Young Men's $8 Young Men's OUR HATS. e fljflSwBH A A 3 oO Hi : t b 00 7 do 75 1 15 1 50 1 75 2 15 2 25 2 85 1 50 1 75 a A A A A A A A a A 1 1 1 1 x o 1 50 otraw lint 75 Straw Hat 00 Straw Hat 25 Straw Hat 50 Straw Hat 00 Fur Hat . . in ...... ." ' -- 2 25 2 Go 3 00 3 75 SsS ....f H5?N 33 50 C5 so 100 iX) 75 Fur Hat Oil! iJttt lit (1IC 11 J 1 75 2 50 UU j. Fur Hat Fur Hat l 10 125 165 10 5R M M GEINTS' FURNISHINGS. A Good Linen Collar .- m 10c " VA -. B- -. j For a Rip Pants, Dutchess make. Clearance Sale Price Our $2 Dutchess Men's Pants, Our $2.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price $1 AGood Pair of Sox 50 Cent Neck Wear ' 25 Cent Neck Wear A Large line of Wash Ties at Negligee Shirts . r Sic 3Se ". 20c 5c 45c ijii 7 pg m Everything in our house goes at this Clearance Sale. We want to sell the goods. Prices no objeQt, as indicated by our quotations. Give us a look. u No old goods, everything fresh p Hi Uc-tion- F, J cou-tinaO- "- HI and new, The Clothier, The Shoer, The Batter, The Furnisher, STREJN M Hi M 91 vmm w -- 1" vwRaraasa - 'jYt""? .- - & -- jr CALL AT-- JOTI11 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. l - MOP 0Ffl6c, County Court Days. Turning Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. .Richmond, WadiBon county, first Monday. While Remarkable Transformation of a Colored Man. ALL WOMEN Should know tiiat the Tlmo" Jtomedy, -- OIJ Lexington, Payette county, aecontl Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, eecond Men-day. Perhaps you have made up your mind to take Bk it 3 r Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-date h hi,Lmmtoi m. 1 D Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boylo county, third Mob day. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Monday. Ven-.aille- Scoffs Emulsion this summer. Then look for this picture on the wrapper, a man with a big fish on his bacK. "v m a Fnvrau Clark woodford countvv iourth county, ioortlt 'X Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. THE KCaiENCB OF SYBOP OF FIGS Phone 3. AH Second St. XWiniOXD, KY. druggists tel t Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. S ...... 5 O 1 V. -- a t J,' r. Li ADVERTISE WITH US, "WE ARE TEE FECFLE ?j Mrs. Win. Vincial who has been sick 0 3 for several weeks, is slowly improvAs 9 ing. 2 WBB w ABAAAakAa.AaAAMsiskskaiASlAiJlait.ilAaASiaB- m w &&. a Mrs. George M. Roberts is sick with 00 J acs S a a a a w r " chills. a r r .3 .. Tho little child of Mr. Tom Perkins, :... All Druggists, 50c. and ft. is the grateful exThis ;r e. tr B is dangerously sick with flux. Scott & Bowne, Chemists, N. Y. From the mountain streams thatsweeiAT O pression of the thirsty O The air to those on Spanish land, A servore rain and wind storm visitn a I can feel the broad earth beaten soul who tastes the liquids ed this section on the 4th. o From the tramp of serried men; a I 3 BEREA COLLEGE. cooled by iee made from of nature." There is singing at Corinth church a 03 Though whatever hasts environ o c Do vou need a PIow.R Onward with the might of iron Sam is a noted soup maker, and every Sunday night, conducted by Mr ., ., s pure distilled water by c .. -An Emphatic Denial of Some Recent Dis- DO.' Our Yankee boys chance to meet a a would be a good fellow to be connected Jacob Long. a They will stand. the Richmond Ice Factopatches. PCsrrtrcr with the Commissary Department, says a Mr. Silas P. Roberts has returned -a : s I can see the Dons grow pale f Ky., June 30. ry AVallaceton, - A the Georgetown Times. from Berea, where he has been visiting a With astonished fear and hate. Wagon, or other -- a I have read an article written irom SSlFTree delivery, in any relatives for several days. As the shells from our fleets hail Guards Replaced. Nicholasville, under date of June 21, y We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and ' On their cities that fall like fate; tie quantity, and on shoVt eoo.. Olds Farm Wagon. In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware, Stoves e As stated in last issue, the guards on Thomas Reynolds, of Salem, Ind., headed: Dropped and Like the from its prison a and Tinware. Tla Roofing and duttcrinz a Specially. notice. In the desert burst and risen Berea Will be Strictly a White and the Richmond pike were removed by broke his arm while hugging his wife whom he had not seen for several a Four the shots from Yankee boys Judge Burnside. President Doty went months. Ariel a Xegro College." a They are great a The article was erroneous almost in with his attorney to Stanford and a Qornslison Rook I can hear projectiles rattle. brought back an order form Judge OMAHA EXPOSITION .. . I can feel the bullets sting. A B ml The fundamental principle upon Saufley to replace them and it was In some far off Cuban bottle, Jnne 1st to October 31st a a a w." t. which the school was founded at Berea done. The Record asked Judge Burn-sid- e Where the long swxrrds sweef and swing: MANAGER. "aaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaeaaaaaaceasQO why tho guards were taken off nearly a half century ago, and for I can hear the Dons declining, FORI I can see their eyeballs flaming. T1IK GRANDEST EXPOSITION which lsrgo donations are being made and he said that unless guards were Gathered in a frenzied circle caw 05 Tub, Sab, IboTTva&o on both tho Madison and Garrard (except World's Fair) ever planned from time to time, is the Round the King. eg s s aui. 3VcgA.&tv bus.. of all races and both sexes; and, while sides of the Paint Lick bridge, it was in the United States. Located within 5rrr I can hear the horn of Dewey it is true that the number of Necro no use to keep them on this side, as cheap and quick access of the entire IK Roaring in the hills at morn I have houses adstudents is far below that of the whites, tho bridge, which is a long one, could Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at vertised rented for 1S98 the severalbut havo now B by me last December, Kindle at its brazen fury, Four of the best Fire Insurance Com- four or five panics in the United States. Losses paid yet it is not because of any change of be fired from tbe Madison sido and tbe your own doors. Through tickets be- and equipped other nice cottages, well located I can see the clansmen form. Ohio ft&ilmy. for sale on easy terms. Call at Ikue&ke &ii promptly. In the dawn in misty masses. principle or purpose of the college. The Garrard guards would have no right yond Omaha allow stop overs. Re- my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, Rushing from the silent pastes with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-Lamotto of the school in its infancy is the at them. As to the other duced excursion rates to Omaha. Take In the Prudental, youare offered the Over Spain and her armyr FLORIDA H. PARKISU, : guards, ho said they were on duty at a the Burlington best Li reinsurance attainable, and on same of the great Berea College Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. Like a storm! Route tho old and Jan2S-t- ( Attorney and Agent. the most approved plans. In Accident "God Hath Made of one Blood all Na little bridge which could be replaced firmly established line to and through Insurance we again give the best We On the lurid anvil ringing WEST BOUND, M will not transact business with irrespontions of Men;" and no doubt the for $10 or $15. He told the road's at- Omaha in any 'direction. UE0. W. RILBY To some slow fantastic plan, sible companies. 6 55 am lit. Sterling and Lexiagton Accom 261 Second Street, founder, John G. Fee, who still has torney that rather than have the coun-- t Howakd Elliott. L. "W. Wakeley ... 7 30 am I can hear the swordsmith singing Eastern Express for Louisville 3 00 pm Jlorehead and Lexington Accom. Up Stairs. The touching songs of a heroic baaI pay four dollars a nicht for guards Qcn. Manager. the same strong convictions of fifty Gen. Passenger Agent. Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends 4 50 pm New York Limited F. F. V V Till the cunning blade grows tragic year ago, would rather die Wright's Celery .Capsules. St. Louis, Mo. than for an indefinite time, he would reWith his malice and his magic BOUND. EAST Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To to see tbe change take place as an- move them, and, in case the little 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom.. Tenka tairan! Tenka tairan! Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: ) 11 5S am New York Limited F. F. V. nounced in the Jficholasville article bridge was burned he would have it War to man! 6 30 pm Lexington and Sit. Sterling Accom Gents Hill Market Wright's I have purchased a box of j V 9 23 pm replaced at the expense of the county, referred to above. Washington Exoress Celery Capsules from G. N. I can feel the modern thunder Middelton, drujrgist, and used them for As to the statement that "The white it being much cheaper for tho county Of the cannon beat and blaze. Accommodation trains run daily except Other trains ran daily. When the lives of men go under women and white men who went there than paying a big sum for guards. Reported every Tuesday at noon by Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiThrough sleeping and dining car service to On your proudest New York. were seldom Kentuckians," nothing is The four guards are on duty now, and E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and pation and found that they cave me imFor information, rates or sleeper reservations Or perchance I hear the lifting fancy Urocones, Kichmond, Ky.J mediate relief every time. 1 think it an costs tho county $S a night. LancasK. HOOD. Agent farther from the fact. call on or write excellent remedy. Of the bloody chorus drifting Richmond, Ky. During the year which has just closed ter Record. Round the burning towns of Spaniard's or GEORGE W. BARNEY, The Xew Acetylene Gas Dicjrcls Lamp. Yours very truly, EGGS 7Ac cash; 8Jc in trade. D P. A. C. A O. Rv.. Lexington. Ky. While they gaze! there were in school 070 students and, Baby Hurt by a Horse. 9 BUTTER-Cho- icc Geo. W. Riley. No V.m although in that number 21 others Still the tides of war are booming country, 1015c. The twenty months' old son of And the soldiers' blood is spilt: states besides iventucky were repreBEESWAX 2025c. SOOT, G. S- Webb happened to a very Still the banners arc uplooming sented, yet more than Co per cent of the Sheriff , DRIED FRUIT Apples And the hands are on the hilts; distressing accident Monday morning. 5c SMOSE, V students live in Kentucky, and in 45 2 AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUIIE j But the old world waxes wiser; Wandering out into tbe horse lot he iiueawf-- i: "WOOL Clear grease wool, 1013c; .alem ALtTitrwa Sleeplessness, ailingcaasod GBE&SE !! orr.Impotencr, different counties of the State. "While From behind the bolted visor The present schedule of niinois Central Railbj Abuso or other Excesses etc.. end road, in addition to shortening the time to It describes at last the horror the college always has aud.does yet af- toddled up behind a horse and began burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. They quUtcly and lurely n?r DAHOER Mrmphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier restore Lost Vitality In old or jounu. aad playing with his tail. The horse kickAnd the CHEESE Country, 10c. ford such opportunities to secure a Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, fit a man for stadr, business or marriage- - ' PrWT?yit InSSTlltY f!rtT,rr,tlftn it Texas, Slexico. Arizona and California The ed at him and knocked him down but the Dons look dim and holy first class education as to place it withtaken in time. Their ne shows lmmerif.itn (mnrnvn. M TIMOTHY SEED $1.50$1.G0. pVendid train senjee with which the Illinois a ment and effects a CUIiF. where all other fail. Indid not hurt him. The littlo fellow Upon the Yankees gleam. Central' S.Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled sist npoa baring the genuine AJax Tablets. They in the reach of even the poorest, yet CLOVEIi "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than And the cowards surrender slowly hare cured thousands and will care joa. We cfro a struggled to his feet and again went i those who have taken advantage of written Bnaranteo to eJfect a enre Cfl Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned fn From under the Spanish Queen; BLUE GRASS SEED-Stripeach case or refund tho moner. Prico OJ fTC per 50 territory. UlOi 0 those opportunities are by no means after the horse's tail. Tho horse struck 00c; extra clean, jwcmko, or six pks.s (imi treatment! tor SifBL By From his cage of bar and girder, It can't jar cralcw The Central is the only line which runs Free again and gave him a vicious 0075c; fancy clean, mail, in plain wrapwr. npnn reeeint of rrice. (IrcoJar (nitin DAllnini fbqtr Cit anrl Vac n Still at moments mad with murder, confined to the "poorer class of moun- at him Phone, No. 21. cct like an Oil Lamp. Stp.kkt. IrooAJAX REMEDY CO.. """-T.- ffrom Louisville to the South, also a weekly and dangerous blow on tho sido of the pureBeed, $l:fl.35. CtUif, He hands his gun to a country tain converts." For sale in Richmond, Ky. , by Hagan ' ABSOLUTELY ao w That rule supreme. & BEANS-- SI head, inflicting a serious if not dan ..sas. 9 25pm 00$1.50 per bu." Lve Louisville every Thursday Herndon. Janl2-lxi uerea ever uccomes strictly a gerous "Orr Deb See." S 18am .. Arr Memphis Friday. Ijtrht ots i rf n pent nn hour. Tlirws wound. Ho was carried to the POTATOES-S75$l0C- L' NEW Whites Station, Kentucky. .. .7 4Spm Arr New Orleans Friday a clear, whit !; h'l white school, we presume that it will be aWtul. 8 20pm Lve NewOrleansFrMay house and medical attention hastily t ilio . . . . for cirxm'ar mjtl li .tt i 50 YEARS' SHOULDER MEAT 6c. when the Negroes come to jealize the .... H 45am Arr Houston Saturday THR0UGH TO MICHIGAN. EXPERIENCE Greatest ISIcyctc L;n f t'c C2f summoned and it is thought he will 4 45pm Arr SSan Antonio Saturday fact that they are now able to liavo BACON Si10c. 3 45pm Arr KtpaM) Sundav t"; , recover. The littlo fellow had hardly Fron your 4?ca'cr 9 2pm ... Arr Los Angeles Slondav HAMS-10- llc. or iat prepaid 'or v'. 0. Sleeping Car Lines from Louisville and Cin- schools and colleges of theirownuud to been out of the house a minute when Tuewlay 5 15pm Arr San Francisco LARD-78J- $c educate their own race independent of cinnati. he was discovered uuder the horse's Tk k Ik; Tra- - Witto Cnt U (iWwiii. SADGiR BEAS3 KF the whites and that it is for their best heels. MILLET $1.00$1. 23. After June 20 Sleeping Cars will run He had climbed through the KEMOTKA, v;:s. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to over Pennsylvania Short Lines from interest to do so. fence and made a direct break for the th territory mentioned will do well to Soino of the Negroes, including, I am Kentucky Fair liatrs. with R. H. Kuwler, Traveling PassenTrade Marks Louisville to l'eloskey and Mackinaw-Citypoint of great danger. Williamstown ger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Designs sorry to say, some who have graduated from Cincinnati to l'etoskey and Courier. Copyrights &c. Wn. Alfouo Keixonu, A G. P. A., Dcadacho bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain llils. Tho following are the dates for holdAnyone sending a sketch and description may Mackinaw City, and from Louisville to at Berea, accuse thepresent president Louisville, Ky. A. H. Uasso.v. G P. A., opinion free whether an Republican s" ing the Kentucky fairs this "year so far quickly ascertain oar patentable. Communicalnrentlon Is probably Chicago, 111. dec2My Detoit. The Detroit Sleeping Car of the college, "William G. Frost, of tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents Frankfort & Ciuim&ti Railway. leaves Louisville 4:00 p. in. daily via using his influence surreptitiously to Somerset is a Local Option town; as reported to this office. Secretaries Bent free. Oldest apency for seenrineoatcnts. Patents taken throaeh Jlann A Co. Indianapolis, Richmond and Dayton, "root them out." This, however, re- still "blind tigers" flourish there. or other officers will please advise tptetol notice, without chanto. In the reccivo R. I, us of any errors or omissions in to be proven. Slay 1, 183S In Effect Within the past year two men in that theme over C. 11. & D. Ry., through mains yet DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Toledo over Michigan Central Railroad. The writer has lived within the town have met violent deaths, directly the list: A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tdinrest cirTime Table No. 33 Tnkinc Effect Mon Lawicnceburg, August 1G i days. culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. $3 a Sleeping Cars for l'etoskey, Mackinaw sound of the college bell for 35 years; due to these unlawful institutions. year; four months, L Sold by all newsdealers. May 2, 1893. EAST BOUND. da?. Fern Creek, August 163 days. acquaintance with Their existence is dne to the Republia.m. p.m. City, and Northern Michigan resorts has an intimate MUNN & Cc.36,Broad. Hew York 1st Class. 2d Class. Lve Frankfort 6 30 3 00 Shelbyville, August 24 1 days. "Father" Fee, J. A. 1L, Rogers and can party, according to Republican EAST BOCSD. Branch Office, 63 F EL, Washington, D. C ' Elkhorn 3 20 will leave Louisville daily at 4:00 p. m., 6 43 No. 1 No. 3 No. 9 6 51 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Switier. Bardstown, August 30 5 days. 332 Cincinnati daily at 7:00 p. m., and run" others of the "pillars of the institu- authority. The Somerset Paragon, a Stamping Ground 7 02 3 48 Lagrange. August 313 days. tion," attends the lectures, commence- Republican paper, makes this damagA. XL P.M. A.M. Du vails. -- . 7 OS 358 via Richmond and G. R. & I. Ry. i 10 22 DR. CALDWCLL'S 4 06 Versailles 6 52 7 20 5 30 " Georgetown-Lv- e Elizabethtown, September.O 1 days. Reduced rate Tourist Tickets will be ments exercises, etc., every year; is also ing admission: 11 82 e 48 Georgetown. 00 4 15 7 35 8 Nkholasville Glasgow, September 14 1 days. 11 26 8 12 Valley View 8 00 4 42 Arr Newtown. .. 820 acquainted with its president and most "Looking over the ground, you will sold over the Louisville-Detro. Route 11 41 .." 8 13 Centrcville... Sliltiea . 8 22 4 52 850 'CURES CONSTIPATION. Louisville, September 266 days. .. 11 58 9 15 8 2S " Elizabeth IUchmend. 830 458 through Detroit to resorts on the St. of the faulty, and hence feels that it is discover that perhaps every blind tiger P. SI. 8 40 Paris . .. 5 10 Owensboro, October days. Clair River, to points in Canada and his right, if not imperative duty, to cor- in Somerset is a Republican, and every 12 13 10 00 .. Union think WEST BOUND. 10 05 12 1C Moberley. Wanted-f- ln Paducah, October 11 1 days. so erroneous a statement as the one of them is a dirty henchman who of some simple a.m. p.m. New England, and to Niagara Falls. rect BrassSeld 12 30 10 25 loingiopaiemr Lve Paris ... 9 20 Lancaster. 530 Special rate Tourist Tickets will also 12 35 10 40 Panola.. iS2i!ZJt"7 mT CO, you iLtfcZ2i.T WEDDEIIBURN & hrtng Patentwealth. OVER-5104,0be one given to the public by the Nicho has done nasty work In politics. SomePAID IN MATURITIES. Write Arr Elizabeth ... 8 32 5 42 1 05 11 35 Irvine Versailles. OT 'heir 13D priio Centreville ... 9 38 6 48 sold over the Louisville Mackinaw lasville scnbj3:Ymirs:E;V. Bakek. body mav think that it's treason to say two hundred Inventions wanted. offer and list Newtown... . 9 48 ... 558 this, but. if it is, mako the most of it." Richmond. OVER 539,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. "No. 2"TNo. 4 No. 8 NoTTo Georgetown ...10 00 Routes to 6 03 and Cincinnati-MackinaBucklen's Arnica Salve. WEST BOUND. ExSun'ExSun Ex San Ex San Lve Georgetown Danville. ...10 40 630 Traversa City, Petoskey, Harbor Springs 1 he Paragon serves notice that the '- JO 56 6 41 Arr Duvalls. ' WITT Ar r.VTS to roll r.nr "' Lebanon. The Best Salve in the.world for Cuts. party must get rid of the "dirty henchStamping Ground. ..11 10 A.M. P. SI. P. SI. A. SI 6 48 Mackinaw City, Mackinac and other i.k-- ii :o tr. 1 ..". 11 55 Irvine Switier . .. 200 J1 25 6 59 ) Shephcrdsville, Jic'"'''a.- la-- ... J. p. w. .oum.;;:r.it " summer havens in Northern Michigan. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever men" or suffer the consequences. 1 05 Panola 35 225 Elkhorn 706 .11 THE FOLLOWING COUPONS MATURED JUNE 1898. 1 20 Brassfield 11 55 230 Frankfort Barbourville. 720 For particulars apply to Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil' .c'Sr..tti!tolaj.t'2t.i'.an:ff.i Geo.E. Rock Moberley 1 45 The 2 44 Horse Cave. Union 2 47 a D. BEI1CAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent well, A. G. P. Agt", Cincinnati, Ohio. blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Unquestionably Palace. 2 6 05 Richmond... 3 15 2 15" GEO. B. HABPER, Gen'l Supt. the beet hotel in Bowling Green. and positively cures Piles, or no pay re6 20 Million 3 30 3 00 Frankfort, Kentucky. VaHey View 6 3t 3 45 SPECIAL, REDEMPTION. Eminence. 325 quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect the west is the Palace in Cincinnati. 4 10 Nicholasville 6 5 4 JO building one block Winchester. satisfaction or money refunded. Price Lit iff an eight-storVersailles 5 00 750 6 10 Def. No, Coup. No. Name. Address. Cost. Value g is a duty in every 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & from Fountain Squaro, and convenient Morganfleld. a.'m. P. SI. P. SI. P. SI. ! 6G2 750 D BGood, Lexington,-K$ 49 50 S 141 00 cr Stolen household. People don't Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. to all public buildings, stores and thea-terAll trains connect with Louisville Southern 720 762 D B Jones, Lexington, Ky . ...... FREE: S20.00 IN dOLD, It was the good fortune of the 4S 0 wait until the filth becomes painfully G. White. 138 (Hi trains to and from Louisville. decl5-lBIcycle.Gcld Watch, Diamond All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains 724 Ky. Press Convention to assemble Y VWLll 766 Good & Co., Lexington, Ivy.: 48 50 138 W apparent, but it stands to reason that Ringi or a scholar in to and from Cincinnati. Draughon's Practical Business Miss Alice Simms, granddaughter of there this year, and to test its capacity T 72S J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. 770 D R Jones, Lexington, Ky ; 47 50 135 OfJ From my place near Million, on Thursday in every day use more or less dust or College, Nashville, Tenn..or W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. night, a red milch cow. with white tip on tail dirt accumulate. It is so with the Mrs. Anne E. Grimes, while sojourn- to the fullest considering that one hun1318 Texarkana, Tes., or a schol774 E Ii Wronn, Lexington, Ky. 45 50 129 00 and Ion,-- horn. A liberal reward will be paid arship in most any other reputable business col70S G R Spillman, Danville, Ky 46 50 1S2 0O human blood. From the enormous ing at Asheville, N. C, was joined gry editor equals five delinquent sub- lege or literary school in the U. S. can be secured for return of same to J34 SQUIBE ROBERTS. by doing little work at Youths 744 790 G R Spillmaii, Danville, Ky 40 50 variety of eatables taken into the there by her lover, Mr. Blvthe Ander- scribers. Tho table fare was superb, Advocate,a an illustrated home for the journal 132 00 Million, Ky. The 793 G R Spillman, Danville, Ky It is elevating: In character, moral in tone, and whole undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a 747 46 50 stomach, a quantity of useless material son of Lexington, about a week ago, the rooms elegantly furnished, and especially 132 00 or to suit purchaser, which he offers at and Tirofitnhle tn vonni and the two were married. Mr. An- politest service accorded ovorv bodv. people, but interestinsr interest and profit by peo- private sale; situated at 750 790 D B Good, Lexington, Ky., is bound to accumulate in the blood ..... 4S 50 138 00 read with RAILWAY. ple of and other interesting 751 797 G R SpillmanDanville Ky 4G 50 and clog the Ireo and wholesome flow in derson is tbe only son and child of Mrs. We have frequently enjoined upon matter all ages. Stories Sample copies sent 132 OO well illustrated. free. 1433 ON KENTUCKY ) 801 John L Fischer, Louisville. Ky the vessels. Every person should Dovoy Blythe Andersou, the wealthy our friends to stop at the Palace while Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. 45 50 129 00 Fayette county widow, who was re- in Cincinnati, and we now emphasize Co., Nashville, Tcnn. y f Mention thia paper. 755 S03 D B Good. Lexington. Ky 48 50 from time to time have a 13S 00 augl8-lSchedule In effect Slay 1, 1898. on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa800 George R Spillman, Danville, Ky and the best cleanser and blood cently identified with the Swinefurth all we havo heretofore said in its be46 50 132 00 tered. There is no better land in Madison 75S county. 759 807 George R Spillman, Danville, Ky purifier is Cascarets Cindy Cathartic club and only lost some of her faith in half. Other hotels ask from $3 toS Nat Sat. Sat 40 50 132 00 Tbe Leading Specialists of America It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by 701 for no better accommodations. Lv Louisville . . '.40am 4.05pm' 7.4ipm Dr. Louis We recommend them to all our readers that kind of religion after she had lost 809 George R Spillman, Danville, Ky 132 00 40 50 R Wtitti D.OTntn turnpike to schools, churchijs, railroads, mills, nim Ar Sbtbyvllle. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. taoprnj 9.E0pra considerable property. The coupTo will Ar La'reneeb'g.. 703 811 Georce R Spillman, Danville, Ky 40 50 132 00 etc., within a half mile of White's Station Tost 3 fi.E2nm'ianDnrn ' 10.10am -- XT' Ar Versailles . Cared. r 250,000 i:; :. Office, ten miles from Richniond. 760 S14 Good & Co., Lexington, Ky..... There is so much trouble reside on their farm near Lexington. Lexington 138 00 v.arora ..:. 48 50 Ar No. B03 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, cominjr into the world." TERMS Sale Will be m&do No. 6. Nal No. 4. Harrodsburg Democrat. cash 1790 WnsTBODND. 818 D B Good, Lexington, Ky 43 50 125 00 will be at Mr. J, D. Willis' , Richmond, Ky. , on balance to suit said Lord Bolingbroke, purchaser. For particulars, 7G0 WECURESTRICTURE 7.45am, 4.40pm,' 5.05am Lv Irinston .. ; 819 B Mnnwaring, Danville. Ky 4S 50 138 00 "and so much more in ft. 10am, Tlio Chief Burgess of Milesburg, Pa., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13th. 1898, Ar Verxiilloi address 57nm I Thousands of young anil 8.35am' 5.30pm, 5.45am going; out of it, Ar La'renceb'jf 772 SI 48 50 13S00 8220 R Marschall, Lexington, Ky..: men are troubled with this disease many I returning every second Wednesday of each 9.27am Cliipm, &tam Ar Shelby villc-that tt is hardly says De Witt's Little Early Risers are Geo. D. White, unconsciously. They may have a nnart. I S25- -0 775 7.50pm 7.Suo.m Loui ville R Marschall, Lexington, Ky.. month. Reference every physician of Rich13S 00 48,50 worth while to the best pills he ever used in his famiing tencauon, pmall, twisting rtream, feb3-t- f mond, Ky. . febltMy. " sr be here at all." ly during "White's Station, Ky. 717 827 G M Asher, Lexington, Ky fharp cntting pains at times, flight dif- - hf4 Trains No 1. Z, 5 and 6 carry Free Observa-ti-13S0O 43 50 forty years of house keeping. ... j Tr i.r3- charge, diSculty in commencing, weak Kft Ctetr Cars. 143G 830 H H Hale, Lexington, Ky ...... 129 00 45 50 s organs, emissions, and all the Fvmntnma .1. .philosopher They cure constipation, sick headache think EAttTPOVXH. WESTBOCira. of nervous debility they have STK1C-Wanted-f- ln 779 831 G M Asher, Lexingtou, Ky ... 48 50 of some 13S 00 Idea Who cansimple X- -. TUKK. Don't let doctors experuncnton 40 k J 14. I3.IKU. ll.i KTATIOSK. thing to patent? '' Ka pnniltistnn and liver troubles. Small in size but 782 S34 D B Good, Lexington, Kj: .. yon, by cutting, stretching, or tearing Erotec..3roar.l'?wl: thT may brlmr you wealth. I3S 00 .43 50 4.pra' :.4.wLr 7.5cpm1055cm what must be the great in results. Douglas & Wines. Write JOHN WKDDSUtDbBN yoa. Thiswillnntcnrevou.asitwilIro. fJSutm; ".Ham Ar Lnrncbr,:Ar r2iim! RSSam 7S2. - natural conclusion' S35 D B Good, Lexington, Ky.... 48 50 13S0O JSft Wh!2?1":J.iTor ineir l.tto Pri offet tum. Our iiCW METHOD TKKAT- ArliurodviicAr; 4.4pm' 7i5am v nv hundred Invention wanted. Zffm W of the thousands jit.M' aDsorbs the stneturo tissue; It's a little awkward at 7 Jjtmiatam.Ar Uurgia. Lv 4.ajpm) 7Sam I .JljF&F RANGES hencorcmo7es thestricturo nermanentlv. T of suffering keep on stamping amid youfirst, but will get EASTIIOUMi. VtSTBOCEa No women who undergo used to : r i(i .It can never return.irom business Dyour it. .i.i... mado easy Manufactnrln? REGULAR REDEMPTION. untold tnrttir tn hrintr-No. lft.'TNo.C7.i 8TAT1QKS. No. 16,'tNaCS. Itx ."" ucLcniion . ing their babes into the world? ltubbcr Stamps. Bend for , ,, Y ""HUlVlUaAiWCUbMUl. "JOpm LeuUvil 4.pi 7.44ara Lv Shejbvll AriaKtm 6. bpm cnea. j.no nerves nro lnvigorateu, and Clarence Vinegar, the wife murderer, Price List of Outfits to 4416 Dr John A Larabee, Louisville, Ky....sr... 3576. 79 43 34 50 Philosophy of this kind is based upon M&hzsxs&e: Ar B.27am .jihi nuunAr uia U1125 ui mannoou returns. J. P. T. Dorman Co, 121 C"ipn) ittKam Ar Vrslles Ar atftam 4.15pm gross ignorance. The fact is, that there is will be hung at Georgetown, Suly 18. 3G44 4520 Slary Ixchncr, Louisville, Ky. ....'. E. Fnyetto St, Baltkaore, 79 43 . 34 50 ' "a price can be placed on pain, ' Mother's 7.IE.J.B1 ll.ixum Ar Midway Ar 7.45am 3.3gpm i3yJ ZjgriBimmiKMmiLJu' no necessity for the seere pangs under-con-e Md uA. Catalogue tre. 7. Vjtn S691 Ar Ueorgtn Lv) 7.1aam 45S2 Jacob Straub, Louisville, Ky Tho editor of the Evans City, Pa., rnena is wnnn jes weignt in gold asanallevi 79 43 34 50 by the average woman. If a woman more in ten minnfr, ,th Thousands of young and WESTBOrJKD. EASrllODMJ. is strong and healthy in a womanly way, Globe, writes, "One Mimuto Cough either ofher other two children than she did al 3743 4679 Miss B C Smith, Lexington, Ky 77 CO 33 50 . men are having their sexual vigor and 1No. 1. No- 5. STATlQy8. ItXo. CNo. 2. together wtth her last, having previously used motherhood means to her but little suffervitality continually rapped by this dis3810 HON. Cr T. CALDWELL, 4514 ZTBrOyles.LouHville. Ky... .. 770G ing. 'The trouble lies in the fact that the Cure is rightly named. It cures my four uotHescf "Mother's Fnend.1 It is a blessing Mun IMpmiLv Loulsvil Af 1056am 7jupm They are frequently unconscious ease. majority of women suffer from weakness children after all other remedies to any one expecting to become a. mother," saw 3879 icuaui .JCpm,'LT Verhlles AP 70am 5.0pm of the cause of theso symptoms. General 4729 George R Robertson, Lexington, Ky . 71 80 31 50 a customer. .4l.iil,li4 ," D.Bi.m .IWt and disease of the distinctly feminine or- failed." Weakness, Uiinstural .Discharges, Fail." It cures coughs," colds and all Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Eecom ll.ipm, 8.3opmAr IUehmnd Lvl e.05am!I ing Manhtxd, Nervousness, Poor Memganism and are unfitted for motherhood. LOJpra 2.0upm ory. Irritab lity, at times Smarting Sen..Ar Irvine Lvl. This can always be remedied. Dr. Pierce's throat and lung troubles. Douglas & of Carrai, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator SI;4SL 50 $ 4,100 21 'XOliU't(a(sitsa sation, Sunken Eyes, with dark circles. stjltioss. mends "Wrights Colery Kg 3. Jfo-1- . Favorite Prescription is c sure, speedy and Company, of Atlanta, Go,, the proprieWeak Hack, General Depression, Lack I v LouUvllle. permanent cure for aU disorders of this Wines. 7.40am 7.45pm tors and manufactnrers of "Mother's o Ambitira, Varicocele. Shrunken COST ; .......$2,618.71 A r Laxlngum Capsules. ia45am laaspm description. It acts directly on the delicate Part, etc. GLEET and STRICTURE Friend." This successful remedy is not Eld. W. T. Corn, e n 8.1&pm. 7.45am .. minAr Knaxrtlle may bo the (arse. Don't consult family and important organs concerned, making Ar AKhcvlilo ... doctors, as they have no cxpericaeo in 5.l0.im Li5pm them healthy, strong, vigorous, virile and ister of tho Christian Church, died last one of the many internal medicines adAr Savannah vertised to do unreasonable things, but a these spccnl .diseases don't allow 5.10am Paekessbdrq, W. Va., elastic. It banishes the indispositions of week at Harrodobiirg.-nge68 years. JacksoaviUe Ar ... Quacks to experiment on you. Consult Write For Official Liternture. .tnam scientifically prepared liniment especially the period of expectancy and makes baby's Specialists. Moobaro made a lifo study o January 2G, 1995. Ar Chattanooga ...... ..... caftim advent easy and almost painless. It quick"IthinkDeWitt'd Witch ilazol Salve effective in adding strength and elasticity Thk WmoiiT Mkd. Co., Diseascsofllen and Women. OurKEW Ar Atlanta 5.00am ILJOam i ens and vitalizes the feminine organs, and ie to those METHOD TREATMENT will posiAr Maron 8.10am the finest preparation on the market bear the parts of woman's organism which tively enre iju. One thousand dollars insures a healthy and robust baby. ThouAr Jacksonville 5pm. severest strains of childbirth. Columbus, Ohio. for a case we accent for treatment nnd sands of women have testified to its mar- for pile3." So write John C. Dunn, of Lv Chattanooga . 7.4upm CJ5am The liniment maybe used at any and cure. velous merits. Honest druggists do jiot Wheeling, W- - Va. Try SBSSSSstBSBS'sB&j ejj eannotenrc. lersa moderate-forAr Iltrultubam..... " lLIOpm it and you will aU times during pregnancy up to the GeutleraenV I have been using offer substitutes, and urge them upon you .. . . Ar laerkllan 3.5.m 10.10am lQJQjm lgjQm think the same It also cm es eczema very hour of confinement. The earlier it Wright's Celery Capsules since Novemv Ar Now Orleans.......... GUARANTEED as "just as good." CUiitii find be as longer used tte No. I carriea Fr0o Chair car Louisville to 11 QHEAPSIDE "I suffered fourteen ear" writr Mr and all skin diseases Douglas & is begun, and the result, but it his more ber, 1894, and first them to taking recom- RoofinffGutterlnsr LEXINGTON, KY. perfect will be the besran Lcx.fitrtoa. there Mary I. Stewart, of Box 44 Saratoga, Santa with .Solid Veul-tui- c them been mended. X 'iVain carrying throujU Pullman Sleep-ii- g uara toM cal., with female weakness, nerrons-,ne- Wines. used during the last month oufr with while at Hot Springs, Aik-- , under treat fiTKICTUR.8 IMPOTENOY, SECnET - -- MRS, i.,T: MILLI0M'4jUctl n rmlagnam. Meridian ad New Orand General RArN8 IINXATTTRAL DISCHARGfur to and general debility. I tried everything to Richmond, Ky. ment tor Sciatic Ilhenmat'um, LiveH-angreat Dtnent ana success. . j! leans alo makes cIom) cocnetloa at Chatta-tio- t. ES. KlfNKTnm:BLAInKIlDiM8s. BO avail. Dr. IHerce' Favorite PmmiAiInn " Prank Hoover, Wellsville, Iowa, left It not only shortens labor andjlessena ' for Atlanta. Aiacon, JackMnrlile Jcd trouble Constipation which )KoULCATlIN XRKK. BOOKS .sd 'Golden Medical Discovery cured me." hi-- wile became she Job Work. llrjnswlck. FREE of the pain attending it, butgreatiy'.aimin-ishe- s had been a long sufferer. I found, the If unable to .call, write for The names, addresses and photographs of .'.o. a carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to OnESTTOy jrsBLASK for UOME the. danger tolife or both inother Celery Carmules cave me" weat rlief hundreds of .Women cured by Dr. Pjerce's her time t a sewinir, society. t uattanooza and U.rminsham, also rxln!rTREATMEHT. - T - 5, J) . ff .. andcliild, and leaves medicines are; printed by permission in ton to Ja ksonville via Hot Snrlnirw: AxhArliin mother iri'a con- irom me ueginnmg Siclt headache, biliousness, conglipa--i- d dition niore favorable the speedy xecoyerv. everjsince.' TVith ami nave nsed taeaa ijid Pullman Union Sleeper Lexington tojs'ev DRB. the "People's Common Sense Medical to pleawire, arjd lBin6o- - fIT tt flft Orleans. Adviser." It's free. ,For-" Jdother'd Fnend-'- is sold hvAnuiS ucueu, i recommend in em to anyfaiM i i a tion all liver cd.iomach troubles .. . '.; tDally except Sunday. .. copysend-a- i oneent6tamrsoiY?riai7-- , MLw 1 v -can bo .quickly cured by using those &t$ijx, or sent by express on .receipt of? all wiDrering with like aiBictioisa of afcbar 1 LII fl I f II II 1 lSl 1 A. tVHEixx.PUtT.A.. S.TnrT.P.JtTJL, inzonly. French cloth binding J j weekly, id credited with the largest k .j. ji mmmwwm tr 122 W. FOURTH STREET, ,. v Wmmmm . m inem.- jery iruiy yonre, Loulsrll. Ky. Ixlngton, Ky. Address Dr. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. famous little ,pills known asDeWiliV i;iji.e. . .'.. 3 , vainawe; DooJc llwafoiiweold feiwiMj(iaSchHjoo4 or in fadisoa .eeaaty or in for woraea;! " Before Every.woman needs a great medical book. MttleEarly .Risers. CINCINNATI, O. FAOAKKOK.Sd V P.G.M.. J.M.Coi.P,T. M Chaklb T, Calbwbu- - i " They are pleasant Washington, d. C applicitibik 'Wmngtoa, D.C. Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medical Adin Mftdioon cHnty S0WsriHagi,tiWrirt, Priei yicer.IUs UtU waat It contains over lew to;, take, and never gBpe. Douglas & :iWHbWUi;MWUTM.,M., WTBK,aj.A WM.H.TATLOK.A.G.FA. lUi e Mtrtt.fi.: Wc wiyiad $lClkpr bor?. CW1 Aidnw. Wif lUBjtaB. B. & ycu sm Many aee nwMrswoac. &MUvtUe,Xy. !4r.S to 0w- "?' . : st ud fit bMMHBJpi. i-v ' r 2 ...... i -- r s5s5a oxooc .. CCC I is du not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Sykut Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Strcp Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8 AN' Fit AN CISCO, CL Louisville, Kr. new yokk. n.t- an5-l- Moinljiv. WAR WITH SPAM. Fur the Climax: At old Tampa, the mighty bay, I sec thousands dressed in blue All very anxious to start away With their Captains, brave and true; See their new Lee rifles glitter. With six steel balls that will sot flicker,. When they get among tlu. Dons They'll snbdue. I can hear the trumpets wakcm For a victory near and or Havana taken! I can see the conqueror's car Bearing down some Cuban valley,. When the Yankee's break and callyv Matanzas or Santa Claia, far-San-tiago Do not let anyone talk to you of something " just as good." Vifhftn rnii wanf rnrl liver oil and the hypo- phosphites you want the very best. iou win nna them in only one place, Scott's Emulsion. There is no other emul-- 1 sion like it: none other does the same work ; and no other has the same record of cures. s ) The Lexington correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer had the following to say of Sam Smith, or Sam Allen, as commonly called, a Georgetown colored man who is gradually turning white. "A curiosity rarely witnessed in this country was seen at the office of the Pension Examiners in this city. It was a nogro man turning white. The mail's name is Sam Smith. He is G7 years of ago, and came here from Georgetown to stand an examination for a pension, he having served in the Union army. More than tlio mau'd entire body is white, tlio skin fairer by far than that of tlio ordinary white man. The dark skin remaining 011 the body Is only in small spots. Smith says that his skin began turning white in 18G7, and the dark skin has been disappearing from the body every since. Tlio physicians who examined him think that, should the old man live a few years longer, ho will bo entirely white save, perhaps, the face. A peculiar feature of the case is that the face has not been turning white along with the rest of the body, the white only showing at a few places beneath the hair on the forehead) and not on the face at all. Neither Smith nor tlio physicians attempt to explain the strange case in any other way than as simply a freak three-fourtlisof to-da- SS CMM-Blrt- PLEASE LJsJ Mil U 'is j& Is the best for Femsle Troubles. Corrects all lrregularltleslnFemaloOrfrans. Should be taken for Cbanje el Life and before PfMfers "Oil Tlae" Remedies havo stood tbe test for twenty years. Made only by New Bpenccr lledlclne Co., Chat- tanooga, Tennessee. O. White. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-ly- r y BUTIITOK "is 1 Ice. 9a.. :: ( 0. -. s. ."a sept3-- u " " eaeaeoaeaaa89seacaeec$3: - . FARMERS iHUnlM,::.: tSSs-ta,- . - heat-win- d "Co-educati- I I o o I I lo-t- David R. Tevis, : a -- t Read This )7"aaiuaoaea We Don't TAYLOR..................a.. Bros. .................... 1, to-ho- ot to-d- ay Know Ining je2-i- ? to-d- ay . - Sfin-da- v. ITBURNSGAS? battle-day- s; I About the color of footwear for next summer. Therefore we propose to sell l every pair of our present stock at once regardless of cost. EASIER TMEMJ: J - V 1 1 I A lr my' jly6-6m brij-ht- MADE ME A MAN ATM Indu-cretion- selections. We will not carry over a pair and the price we are making on them will accomplish the object. It will pay you to call at once and make your guilt-Whil- e I I SEED-$2.753- .50. pos-Iti- re ped, ! 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