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"" m I' iiiuiiiii.iiiimwwi"mIW'lW'i'min. v' r - qIJlMimMMMii,m.lJIH JWIHU''1 WtK"IU'i if-'- "-- r"n- r t" -- " i " r ML a , &&&"' -- r- ,--- fl i ., '' ?&r vr if ' 5?7 iWEjW A ""V THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25, At Four Score. Pr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. OH CoL jvjat"fc & RICHMOND, BATTLEFIELDS. , MADISON WAR OPERATIONS. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1898. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. County Court Days. NTJMBBB,i8.-r"- 5 MILES' ARMY. It la SANTIAGO CUBANa Strong' Latrst Equipments for Tel. graphing and Telephoning Equal to Any Emergency. Sss there. The wagon is one of 20 designed by CoL Strong, assisted by Maj. Dunwoodie, of the signal corps, to" construct flying telegraph lines over battlefields to maintain army headquarters in communication with the heads of divisions and with the' central authorities at Washington. This wagon has four folding tables which, when thrown up, ; t form desks upon which are placed a EZEKIEL OBEA.K, assessor and set of telegraph and telephone inDKCLE Beverly, Mass.. who has struments. Batteries are carried bepassed the 80th life aillo stono, says: neath the seats while the ooils of wire "Dr liiles' Restorative Nervine has done a are so arranged as to be strung out as Krcat deal of good. I suffered forycars from sleeplessness and ncrvouii heart trouble. fast as the wagon can be driven. Tho wagon is intended to be followed by a Would feci weary and used up in tho morning, had no ambition and ray work seemed a heavier vehicle containing lances, burden. A friend rccommijidcd Dr. Miles' spare coils of wire and even sections Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under of submarine cables, so that no obprotest as I had tried so many remedies unsuccessfully, I thought It no use. But It stacle to telegraphic communication pavo mo restful sleep, a good appetite and will be afforded by a considerable restored me to energetic health. It Is a stream of water. The wagons will bo rrand good medicine, and I will gladly write sent to the front as rapidly as possi anyone Washington, July 23. The very latest developments in field telegraphy the war department lnte Sunday that and telephony was represented in a no news can bo expected from any ofhandsomely equipped double-hors- e ficial source as to (ion. ililea moveWagon that was driven into the court- ments until Monday at ihe earliest. yard of the war department Friday for It is calculated thathe arrived Sunday the inspection of the military officers evening or Sunday night at the point on the coast of Porto Rico si Iccted Thought It Iteeehed the Plaee of Tfce lTresWent's Future Piann as Given by a Rondrsviins on 1'orto Bean Close Friend ot the AdminConst Snudajr XI5I1U Tbey Resent Gen. Shafter Attitude In istration. U In t'.i3 War. Ir ij.v t Gi. Washington, July 25. It is said at Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. ' i i.-j- m v i Inquiring, full nartlcnlarsof mvsat- lsiactory experience. ' ble. v .... ,- srosuiu uj au urug-- sg ITIliUa . JJUS1UTO hJl3WiUHtt guarantee, first bottle $L IMsrvine : 1 benefits or monoy re- funded. Boole on dls-- IS Restores cases of the heart and . : 5' Health serves free. Address.. HS&&(Asii mt DB. MILES MEDICAL CO, ElLhart. Ind. Dr. Dr. Miles' Ecmodies tyzm SPANISH PRISONERS. ' ' Government of Spain Requests That They lie Ijtuded nt Vigo, Corunn, on Atlantic and Santander. pa PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATr031T3?3. R. W. MILLER. ATTOKSET-AT-L4- !u HMO.ND, - - KKXTCCHT. in the Ilurnara Buildiag, - National Bank. next door to feb3-l- y July The Madrid povernment officially has recognized the proposed return by the United States of the Santiago prisoners to Spain. This recognition came Friday in the form of a letter to Gen. Shatter from Gen. Toral, commander of tho Spanish troops at Santiago. The fact of the receipt of the letter was communicated to the war department Fri day night in the following dispatch from Gan. Shaftcr: 23. Wasiiigton. J. O -- -"- - Santiaoo de Cuba, Julyk2i. Corbin, Adjutant General, Washington I am just in receipt of a letter from Gen. Toral saying tho Rico. IL C. as the rendezvous for ail the vessels of the expedition. Whether or not he will undertake to malce a landing in advance of the arrival of the whole expedition will depend entirely upon conditions as he finds them. Sliould there be no Spanish force, or at least, an unconsidcrabic one, on the coast, the troors will be landed to relieve them from the disastrous effects of being confined closely on ship board under a tropical sun. 'lhc general has with him sufficient artillery to hold any position he may choose tooccupy, supplemented as this N artillery will be by the guns of his naval convoy. Meanwhile the department is making every effort to hurry along the remainder of the expedition. Some troops are now on their way from Tnmj. and Charleston and should rrnrh Porto Rico by the middle of the week. Naval officials are assisting actively in getting the troops off and were engaged Sunday in sending the necessary orders to that and to the commanders of then nayal auxiliary vessels which have been placed at the service of the w ar department. In the course of a day or a two the troops brought from by Gen. llrooke jvill sail from Hampton Roads, w here they have been arriving all dny and are ready for the transports. Ihere is a probability that lien. Miles may be delayed for several days in his landing operations" for lack of lighters, but several of these are now on their way and others will be hurried forward as rapidly as possible. However it may be as to his speedy landing on Porto Rico soil, it will be well along toward the end of this week before the active land campaign will be begun in Porto Ch'cka-maug- Attousey-at-La- lMl'HMOXD, . Major General, Commanding. Clkveland, O., July 25. One man The request of the bpamsh governH. B. HOGG, ment will be complied with unless was killed and several were injured something unforeseen should prevent. Sunday while at work on a sewer near ATTORNEY AT LAW. Edgew ater park. The men were down Kentucky. Ri hmond, in the sewer trench when the trestle TO BE REBUKED. on which the car that hauls away the iflk-No. 13 First St., up stairs. 31 30 Gen. Shatter Will IltceiTe Instructions to dirt is run fell. Tho car was precipitated to a platform covering the sewer. Jtrpair llic Illiu Adam Ilausman, aged 60, was crushed J. C. & D. M. OIIENAULT. and Gn. CSarcla. to death beneath the timbers. The folATTORNEYS AT I. A )', Washington, Jwlv 23. It Is no viola- lowing were badly injured: Thomas . Richmond, tion of eonlUk'iice to say that Gen. Uasuzcr, aged 40, city inspector, fchafter'i cours-- , in respect to Gen. thigh broken t Frank Sprungol, aged (Mice on Second street, over Garcia, does not at all meet the ap- 35, nose broken and badly cut about grocery. proval of th? administration. Tho the head and body; Paul Frohall, aged in the head cut and was fully l.cussrd at the 31, matter PHYSICIANS. bruised; Frank Robinsky, cabinet meeting Friday, and it is body - understood 32, and Frank Soczin-sk- i, tiiat at least two of aged aged 30, badly cut and bruised the president's advisers expres-eDR. II. It. GIBSON, All but one of the themselves forcibly as well ok freely. about the body. PHYSICIAN AND S did EON, As a result Gen. Shafter will be in- pounded were taken to hospitals. Up Kentucky. structed to adopt touard the Cuban to this time nobody has been able to Kichmono, Insurgents a conciliatory policy, and explain why the trestle fell. It fell to show to Gen. Garcia all the consid- without warning. Olfice in the Joe Cc.ltns buildin;, 18 and ao Second Street, over Wmte oM drucslore. eration due to his rank and services. Lieut. Ilobson IteJnrns to New York. That no serious breach between the New Yokk, July 25. JJcut Ilobson, Cuban insurgents and the American of Merrimac fame, returned to New Oil AS. HOOKER, forces will take place is earnestly York from Washington Saturday I ETERINARY SURGEON, hoped. I5ut it is a question of grave morning with authority to contract Graduate Ottlnrio Vilcritiary College. uncertainty hero how far Gen. GarcJIa with the Merritt Wrecking Co. here will carry his resentment for the in- for raising the Spanish ships Colon Vttcrinao DentUtry and Sterility a Specialty dignities to which he declares in his and Teresa. lie proceeded to the occuOffice up biairs, ovcrstoru recently pied by KictamonJ llanicss Co , East Mainy St., letter Gen. Shafter has subjected him. company's office immediately upon his apr7-lKicumoml, Ky. arrival and expects to conclude the French Wine for Sick and Wounded Solcontract without delay. Ilobson realdiers. M. D IL C. izes that to save the Spanish ships for New Yohk, July 23. A firm of wino our navy quick action is necessary. Medicine ami Surgery. makers at Rhcims, France, has offered MainStreet. Ofhce Collins Iluildine, Potatoes for Santiago. Telephone at resi'lence (the Carr place) on the United States government 1,200 Broadway. St. Locis, July 25. A St. Iiouis combottles of champagne for the sick and Kentucky. wounded soldiers. The surgeon gen- mission house, upon receiving a teleRichmond, eral of the army referred the offer to graph order from the assistant quarthe secretary of the treasury who has termaster general at Chickamauga for W. EVANS, M. D., issued orders that the wine be admit- 15 carloads of potatoes to be shipped ted free of duty. Part of the wino immediately to Tampa and thence by will be sent to Santiago and the rest to transport to Santiago, hired a number Physician and Surgeon, of extra drays, canvassed the city fcr other points. - - - - Kentucky. Richmond. potatoes and in 12 hours had the 15 Anlnaldo Declared Dictator. cars loaded and ready for shipment. Washington, July 2a The followDR. T. J. TAYLOR, Violent Earthquake Shock. ing cablegram has just been received Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Vaxfabaiso, CHILE, July 35. A vioat the war department: Kentucky Hong Kong, July 23. Secretary of the lent shock of earthquake, lasting a Richmond Navy: The following is for the secre- minute, was felt at Concepcion, capiStreet. and residence on tary of war to the adjutant general: tal of the Chilean province of that Aguinaldo declares dictatorship and name, and at Telcahnano, on the Bay DENTAL STJ2G3HT. martial law over all the islands. The of Concepcion, and eight miles distant people expect independence. Recom- from Concepcion city.. Many houses mend China ponies. were destroyed, and the telegraph and electric light wires were severed. 3Iorc 1'rnce Talk. London, July 23. The Madrid corFireman Vflll Die. DENTIST, respondent of the Daily Mail says: Toledo, 0., July 25. A collision oc op Louissiu-E- , Kr. curred in the T. & O. C yards, between next door to Goierament Baildinc, "Senor Sagasta told a representative to 4. of El lmparcial Friday that the gov- two yard engines. Bernard J. MonBJchmSod. Ky. Office hours 9 to noYl"-lernment had already entered upon the roe, a fireman, had both legs broken preliminary stage of peace negotia- and was hurt internally and will die. tions. Gen. Polavieja has arrived and Five or six others received slight inFour nics rooms for will have an audience with the queen juries. e c'i : - - KENTUCKY. overTavlor's Hardware 6tore, op-Court House, on Main Street. Spanish secretary of war desires tho troops landed at Vigo, Coruna, on tho Atlantic, and at Santandcr, in the Bay j. TRESTLE FELL. One Man Klllrd nnd Severn! of Biscay. (Signed) Iijnrcd la Shai-tei- :, bewer Tret c'l Near Turk, Clrrclanii. Kd-rwi- Krvi-ucky- Clieu-ault- 's d 37- JJSPEIi, ----- ce 12-- 1 y rent Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob-so- n, regent WABinKGTON, July 23. A significant statement was made Friday by a gen Thry I'rntest Acalnst the Continuation of tleman in a position to speak with Antnish ORIcmls in OfHC" Appointed knowledge and authority as to the by Miitlrl'l.uoi Mattrrorl'riu- plans of the administration with ref clplt A Meeting . erence to future war operations. In substance the statement was as fol Santiago de Cuba, July 23, via Kingslows: ton, Jamaica, July 25. The Cubans "Commodore Watson, in proceeding here resent Gen. bhalter's attitude in to the Spanish peninsula as soon as ignoring Gen. Garcia an i refusing to the Porto Rtcan expedition is gotten allow the Cuban troops to enter Sanunder way, is not to bombard the cities tiago or to consult Gen. Carcia on the on the Spanish coast. Ho such idea of terms of the surrender of the city. bombardment of tho coast is enterGen. Garcia's notion in withdrawing tained. While there may be other his troops into the interior, his letter purposes, incidental main to Gen Shatter and hij resignation of the mission of Watson is to take his command, forwarded to Gen. Gocare of Adm. Camara's fleet The mez, arc approved- - and applauded by movement of this fleet and the all classes of natives. Gen. Garcia refears and apprehensions caused by re- fused to accept a subor'.inatc place, ports concerning it are to be stopped insisting that he was an ally. Gen. for all time. The ships under Camara bhafter's answer saying that this was will bo located by Watson and finally a w ar between the United State, and met and engaged. Spain irrespective of Cuba's individual "Despite popular expectation that interest, and President MeKinley's inPorto Rico operations will be followed structions with references to the adimmediately by action against Havana, ministration of the surrendered disIt can be said that Havana will not be trict, published here yesterday are inattacked while yellow fever conditions terpreted as a tacit avowal of Ameriexist. This is certain. can intention to annex the island and "It would be the height of national not to grant independence. folly to engage our troops in and about This is o; posed by the Cubans. Sethat fever pest hole. Consequently it nor Joaquin Castillo, president of the will be left until the climate lends its San Carlos Cuban club, and a brother aid in the autumn. Shatter will hold of Gen. Castillo, urges an official prohis own in the eastern strip now sur- test to President McKinley without rendered, may gradually push his delay saying "silence now would indiway over some other districts, and if cate our consent to the American attithere should be any particular need tude which is a plain breach of faith of immediate aggressive action at any that the Cubans can not possibly tolpoint, will move against it, but Ha- erate." vana will be left until yellow fever A meeting was held Sunday afterdangers are past. noon at the San Carlos club to discuss "Meantime in the next two months the matter and it is probable that a there will be enough to keep this gov- protest was drawn up which will be ernment busy. We will have to cope submitted. with the most serious problem yet, of It is understood that many who were providing for the governmant and the present at the meeting favored the future of the lands involved in this scheme of a protectorate by the United war. The hauling down of the Span- States with eventual annexation after ish flag and tho hoisting of that of the five cr six years but the protest Is on United States means more than on Its a matter of principle, the main objecface it indicates to the popular mind. tion being the continuation in office of No more Important matter is to en- Spanith officials appointed by Madrid gage the attention of the government on the ground that Spaniards, as a than the details to be arranged for the conquered people, should not be vested disposition, control or temporary with authority over Cubans, the allies possession pending final transfer of nnd coadjutors of the United States possession of these additions to our do and the representatives of a free and main. There are questions of the most independent people. Such is underintricate and character to stood to hne been the tenor of the be decided. Porto Rico, whose fall is meeting. likely to be recorded within a week or CUBAN PETITION. ten days, will have to have a military government. Porto Rico, of course. Is to be kept permanently by this gov- Santlugoans Thank the People of America For l'rrcdom From S nnUh Yoke, Hot ernment but there .must be a miliAVunt Their Own Government. tary government first and many preliminary details will have to be worked out. Santiago de Cuba, July 25. The folThere must be a rehabilitation of g lowing is the text of the document: systems of government where To President McKinley: "The underwe have carried our arms, and while signed, Cubans by birth, land owners local schemes and conditions will form and residents of Santiago de Cuba, the basis of the general system for the representing with their families the control of the land there must be population that sufnumerous changes,, abolishing such fered for many years Spanish rule in laws as may be oppressive. Laws will this section of the island, wish to exvery be to have thoroughly press their warmest thanks to the peogone over and the tariff sys- ple of the United States for delivering tem revised in some way, but them from the insufferable yoke of In general and as far as possible the Spanish rule. system of government which now ex"They wish also to express their abists is to be followed. All this means solute confidence in the good faith and work of the most serious character, humanitarian purposes of the United and in the absence of existing laws to States and in the pledge that the tergovern such matters the president has ritory of Cuba is not to be conquered to go ahead on his own responsi- by the American troops for purposes bility. Next winter, however, when of annexation. We believe and would congress convenes, tho necessity for urge that our own people are capalaws covering such matters will ble of fulfilling the internationbo recognized recommend- al by to establish obligation a ations to congress to that end bo government for the island. Cuba in submitted by the president, and it is the future may possibly become, in the very probable the shaping of the des- course of a few years, part of the tertinies of Porto Rico and similarly cir- ritory of the United States, thus incumstanced accessions will be left to a creasing the comfort and happicommission or commissions to be ap- ness of this people, but now all desire pointed to draft the laws for adoption a government of our own, as compenby congress. The government is likely sation for the sufferings and heroism to be busy from now on considering of our army, and the definite estaball these matters of governmental de- lishment of the Cuban republic, with tail. Cuban authorities, in accordance with "It is a certainty as far as now can tho resolution of the United States be foreseen that Guam, the island in congress. the Lad rone group that was captured "We hope that the present lAato of by this government, will be per- affairs at Santiago, where Spaniards manently retained as a coaling aud are still the administrators of our intersupply station. For these purposes it ests, property and fate will be brief; is valuable from its- location between that the city may soon be turned over the Sandwich and the Philippine is- to the Cubans and that our army may lands, but on the point whether enter, the flag of Cuba waving the rest of them will be kept I am, not triumphantly beside the American, sure. They may be and they may not flag, a3 Cuban soldiers fought side by be. The disposition of the Philippines side with the Americans against the Is unsettled and depends upon circum- common enemy." stances. As to the attitude of Garcia Like McKtnlcy's Proclamation. and the insurgents In Cuba, there is Santiago, July 25. The Spanish resno change in our intention. This government has not been misled in its es- idents of this city like President proclamation, and seem satis-fle- d timate of those forces. with their condition as subjects With the oppressive hand Spain has put on them so long, contending of tho government of the United against the conditions imposed by in- States. The work of cleaning the justice and oppression, there should streets and putting the city into good have been little expectation of greater sanitary condition was begun in earnabilities than are now shown by them. est. IU-Idex-Innt Lexington, Payette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. icholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Er Tl skOi ll-1rt- MUNTiRsi WANTED! . i , POWDER Absolutely Pure POWDER Winchester, Clark countv, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. Not for war, but to join our arnry of customers. We are ndw offering m:mv . j great bargains m corsets, BUwk ajul Vvjiuit.-T"-- I DOTAL BAKINO CO., NEW YORK. iiim promi LIEUT. H0BS0N. The Mcrrluioc Hero Arrives In Washln; ton and Has a Consultation With Secretary Lonjr Nnw YonK, July 2a Liout Hobson, who took the Merrimac into the chan- il if a Ul'KSS UOOUi. .. " T S fi3W&$ I aucl Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 7Jc cash; 8Jc in trade. Our line of Wah Goods is complete at most attractive prices. BUTTER-Cho- ice country, 1015c. nel at Santiago, arrived here Friday on the United States cruiser St. PnuL, and it is believed proceeded at once to Washington by tho way of the Pennsylvania railroad. 'It is possible that nobson is the bearer of Adm. Sampson's report of the naval engagement off Santiago. When Hobson left a ferry-boa- t ut the foot of Whitehall street it took but a few minutes to learn his identity, and a crowd soon gathered to cheer him. Washington, July 2a Lieut Hob-sotho Merrimac hero, arrived at the uavy department Friday afternoon. Secretary Long came out of his private office and grasping Hobson with both hands, said with sincerity. "Lieutenant, lam glad very glad to see you," then he drew him into his office, whero the lieutenant was introduced to Assistant Secretary Allen and was greeted by Capt Crownin-shielCapt Bradford and Pension Commissioner Evans, who happened to drop in. He spent half an hour in conference with the secretary and then returned to the club to rest Lieut nobson's mission is to acquaint the secretary of the navy regarding the work of raising the sunken Spanish vessels at Santiago. The lieutenant called upon the president and was warmly greeted. n, d, II EES W AX 2025e. 10c. In Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens Ave "WOOL Clear grease wool, 1615c; hurry, KXJsloc; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE-Coun- try, lead the town TIMOTHY SEED-$1.50S- 1.60. SEED-S2.75$- 3.50. CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip50 00c; extra clean, C07oc; fancy clean, pure seed, Sl$1.35. ped, So when you visit the City don't fail to enroll your name on our roster to fight high prices aim cneap material. Kemember we will pro- tect you in every purchase, large or small. ii i NEW POTATOES-G07- 5c; BACON 8110c. HAMS 10llc. LARD 78j$c. $1 .00 MILLET 1.25. I White m m &ii -t Kentucky Fair Uates. The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported to tins oflice. Secretaries or other officers will please advise us of any errors or omissions in CALIFORNIA TROOPS. They 1 ill Form the Advance ot the At. tack in Force at Manila They Ilavo Advanced to Janbo. New YonK, July 23. A speclal'to the Journal dated Cavito, July 19, via Hong Kong, July 22, says: The entiro regiment of 1st Callifor-ni- a volunteers advanced Tuesday to Janbo, only two miles from the Spanish lines surrounding Manila. The California troops have been thrown out by Gen. Anderson to form tho advance of tho attack in force. South Manila is to be captured first The Colorado and Utah batteries are being landed at Parangue directly from the ships. The 10th Pennsylvania volunteers, with the rest of the artillery, will land at Malabon, just north of Manila. Brig. Gen. Francis V. Green, formerly colonel of the 71st regiment of New York, is in command of tho advance, Gen. Anderson remaining in Cavite. Tho folio July ing'message has been received the war department: The Nlpe Expedition. Wasiii.qton-- , 23. w-- at the list: Lawieucebnrg, August 16 4 days. Fern Creek, August 1G- -3 days. Shelby ville, August 24 i tlajs. Bardstown, August 30 5 days. Lagrange, August 313 days. Elizabethtown, September G 1 days. Glasgow, September 1 i days. Louisville, September 2Q 0 days. Owensboro, October days. Paducah, October 114 days. Lancaster. r e ? ?ry M8sy r vss&asr" i Versailles. Richmond. "$& ft Danville. Lebanon. Shepherdsville. Barbourville. Horse Cave. Or any of those skippers on the water, nor i this picture prolneeI Bowling Green. vanity, but to call attention to tlunilvertieiiieat, and tbe Eminence. Winchester. Morganfleld. 1 1 XT 1 wJ ii3 45 g4 sea-pom- s: Iicre-throiisl- i id. WHY paintand paper u, Let us figure with you to furnish the and paint and The Old Iteli.ible Main Street Jeweler, still behind his counter., where lie baft been for over SI years, in the uood old tow n of Richmond, and still read v to wait on his old customers and as many new ones as will favor him with their patroe-ag- e. His stock is being added to constantly, and jou will find you can et goods cheaper and better there than any other p ace. Anything he" telLj mi i& just as repr sentetl. and j ou can rely on it. Give bun a call and encourage je29-6home trade. i- -. f. a:r,:m::e::r,3 S fettbt m. "Expedition to Nlpe has been en tirely successful, although the mines had not been removed for want of time. The Spanish cruiser Jorge Juan, defending the place, was destroyed without less on our part The Annapolis and Wasp afterward proceeded from Nipe to assist in the landing of the commanding general of the army on arrival at Porto Rica "SAMI'SON." "Plata, July 22, 1S9S. Military Garrison at Honolulu. ArrangeWashington, July 2a ments aro being perfected at the war department for the establishment of a amount of money it will cost wjll be so small that you will be astonished. Room papers from two 'to four dolIt's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Ournieate lars in neat papers well put on. We have a number of are the best. We kill first-t-lacattle, is why we have skilled painters and paper ahvr.v enjoyed a good share hangers that work for us only, of Richmond's patronage. employed by the year. SxlO Picture Frame, com Those that have not favored us with orders in the past plete, 25c. G ft. Pelt Shade on spring will be convinced, by giving to hang 10c. us a trial order that our Beef, roller readv Cloth Shades 30e. Mutton, Pork and other Small can Paint 15c, all Meats, are not excelled b any market. colors. Daily. A Good Mixed Paint $1.10 ss paper your house, the Richmond Market l military garrison at Honolulu, Hawaii. per gallon. Gold Paint "with Brush Wall Paper 3, 4 and. Gilts 6e. A car-loa- d Fresh Rish Recieved 15c. 5c. Home-grow- solicit ic, c, can be found in our market a continuance ol same. 103. y n vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes. Pes, Cabbage, Onions. Lettaee. at all times. Thanking you (or past patrasagc, I Rai-dish- - ' Orders were issued Friday for a battalion of the 2d regiment of volunteer engineers to proceed to Honolulu In company with the 1st regiment of Now York volunteer infantry, which is to constitute tho first garrison of United States troops stationed on this newly annexed territory of tho United States. The Powers Against Us. London, July 2a The Berlin correspondent of Daily News says: "The powers with the exception of Great Britain, have agreed not to allow an American annexation of the Philipprotectorpines or an ate over the islands." Anglo-America- of Wall Papers just received from one of the largest Wall Paper Factories in Philadelphia. You should call and see them, we handle everything in the line of Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Window Glass, Artist and Painters supplies generaUy. Stock the largest and prices the lowest. GEO. M. WILLGING, aprS-tl Telephone may25-l- 0.. l)ou&s, -- Mackey Building. Main St. r -, ,- AQ.S.KIvVWcSt. MANAGER. r:-iiut- i ... ss-a -- Jr'?&. 4.. .. . f3ajwg5,; . . Z&. ta , h Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. . . ;.:"U: 1. a. y 'M3 IF" .?, "? n 209 W. Main St., Richmond, Ky. Miner K'lled. 7JR IK7k XX- X SfKmchl -im " J . next door to postoffice. R. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W". W. Burgin. an!2-l- y e, R J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. ce EJchmond, Ky. over Madisoji National Bank, y . jly&-l- Dr, Louis 3. Landman. No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at Mr. J. B. Willis'. Kicamond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST iOlfa, 1898, each returning eTery second Wednesday of Richo month. Reference every physician febl6-lmond, Ky. y. D A 4 I' actte and Ehxuiiatibm relieved DHU Ivby Dr. ilUes Nerve Plasters. Who eas talsk ot some simple turns to rieaw Protect your IdRaa; they lirlng you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDKRBURjT 03, Patent Attor. cers. WuMngtdu. D. C. for their LaX) prize oEer and list ot two hundred lnreaMota traated. Ayer's Pills Wanfed-f- in Idea atm JlUlirTvou Duralt-rUl- ii etc- - caosoa ott, Impoteocr.other ItMMH ana blelnoM. br Abase or Thry quUllv ami turrlu rentoreXostVitalitr is oldorTCnog-an&t a Toaa toittadr, bosmeu or tnarrUse. . prMnt TmnnlfT sad 3ansillDDtiOa it .hnr mRtedisle fm&rove- ..nA In-r?rTTlP. .h.M nil Attipr fail a wtm npoa harlne the genuine Aitt JTeblets The it cared thotuaada and wl 11 cure I pa. We poshare itive written eurantee to effect e re CA gTC ' Wr d MADE ME A MAN AJAXTABLETSJXttCnVEL.YCDBE 4 TK-l- .... eachcawor ref and the Bmnex. 7 paefease; or eix pksoa tfall treatauctl tor raedL in nleia errmporr. nran reeeif't of Brine. Clrcewr , PatW ela tt. Friday decided to hold the next annual encampment at Charleston, S. C. Only one ballot was taken," resulting ,070 to 801. The convention then adjourned sine die. Dewey Will Ignore "Dictator Acnlnaldo. Recruits for a Mississippi Regiment. WAsiiisOTO'f, July 25, Adm. Dewey .Chicago, July 23. Volunteers to the has been instructed to Ignore the pro- number of 120, recruited in this city, claimed dictatorship of 'Aguinaldo in have left for Jackson, Miss. They will and yon cure its consequences. These are Philippines. He was given the fullest join the 3d Mississippi volunteers in authority to act. camp at that place. some of the consequences of constipation: Biliousness, loss of appetite, pimplessour Bryan's Regiment at Jacksonville. sto mach, depression, coated tongu e, nightA Clever Triek. Jackson vnxs, Fla., July 23. The 3d dizmare, palpitation, cold feet, debility, It certainly looks like it, but there is regiment of Nebraska volunteer, in ziness, weakness, backache, vomiting, jaundice, piles, pallor, stitch, irritability, really no trick about it. Anybody can command of Col. William Jennings nenwusnes3, headache, torpid liver, heart- try it who Las Lame Back and Weak Bryan, arrived here Friday on six burn, foul breath, sleeplessness, drowsiKidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles. special transports over the Plant Sysness, hot skin, cramps, throbbing head. We rr.ean he can cure himself right tem railway. Bryan's regiment will away by taking Elictric Bitters. This be encamped at Panama park, five medicine tones up the whole system salles from the city. acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid Death of Oeo. W. Short. neys, is a blood purifier and serve tonic. O.KVRLAXD, O., July 25. George W. It cures Cormipation, Headache, Paint Short, who was prominently connected Arm a Xhm Owe ing Spells..Sleeple8sne8S and Melancho with several manufacturing institutes, for Conmtfpatfon ly. It is purely vegetable, a mild laxa-ti- died Saaday night, aged 55. Mr. Short and restores the system toils nat- was a member of the Union club and Dr. J. C. Ayer's ills are a specific for ural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be also vice- president of the Cleveland all diseases of the liver, stomach, and convinced tliat they area miracle work Driving Park Co. bowels. er. Every bottle guaranteed. OniyCOca , -- Firttatn ftttl IMeT bottle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. "I suffered from constipation which Toledo, 0., July 25-- A collision-occurre- d such an obstinate form that I feared Successors to W. G. WJiilo. 3 in the, T. iO. C yards, between it wonld casse a stoppage of the bowels. betwo yard engines. Bernard J. After vaialy trying varioas remedies, I legs 'broken a fireman th The old Baptist Church al Ruseoll gan to take Ayer's Pflb. Two boxes effected a complete cvie." ville is beiug torn down and a new one and was hurt Internally and will die D. BURKE, Eaco, Me. Five or six otacrs received, slfght ln will be built. ., : eight years I was afflicted with "For 5 - i 2aries- - . c&Btipat&n, which became so bad that the JBvidently Spain has peace feelers me. Then I doctors could do bo more for TmEJapineee' are' .cariously alike ., begin' to take Ayer'aPilk, asd aeon tbe our, (rat me toHcii is not pi&t&iug, liyi5IlV.: .Recent maerenient, ta- bevels peeewred their aatwalactiesu" IkwQef Wiafaatry rawest Owit -o, Mon-roe, Cure pation Car Barn Barned. PrrrsDCBGH, Pa., July 25. At an early hour Sunday morning the car barn of the Consolidated Traction Co., at Frankstown and Penn avenues, was completely gutted by fire, entailing a loss of about 5175,000, well covered by Insurance. Next Sleeting at Charleston, S, C Go., July 23. Tho convention of United Confederate veterans Atlanta, ftid-bo- 'J -- -f-- Foreale.in Biohawnd, Ky ir TnCH.DIAUraiTJ.Io0tv ; menu. ymuT mu. "'v.' ' tAr&ee'feyxt lnefe,,u'te Par - -- JK5&, - , V. jtiti SMiavls ia to hmv t f It. lkSrtiaUjeaWjr tw. JatAsaCisU 1 " hilwMpuetJiai vviirt, i& Shawnke, O., July 23. John Grimes FREE: So.oo C UULU, Jacksonville, Fla., July 25. A was killed instantly Friday morning V fal 1 H 0 BlcycIe.Oolda Watch, Diamond VF Scholarship in Riny, or Draughon's Practical Business Tampa special states that transports by a fall of slate In Mine No. 12, six CoUege, Nashville, Tenn.,or are rapidly loading and are ready to miles east of here. He was aged 63 Texarkana. Tex- - or a schol arship la most any other reputable business colAn officer who ar- and was single. move at any time. lege or literary school in the U. S. can be secured Saturday rived from Fernandina by doing a Ultle work at home for the Youths' journal Advocate, an illustrated morning states that the general opinIt ia elevating in character, moral la tcne, and MARKETS. ion is that transports will be there in IHt especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peoa few days to take troops oft ple of all ages, btones and other interesting Cincinnati. July 3w matter well illustrated. Sample copiessent free. 73 ft 3 75 LIVJJSIOCIC Cattle, common. 2 Agents wanted. Address Youths" Advocate Pub. 4 40 ! loci butehen. I 00 ,N'o Jloro It.ic n nt Iliirtliuruo. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this papcrj 5 75 0 6 25 CA L hS Fair to good light.. Chicago, July 25. Tho Cicero town llOvjb temmon 3 V0 Ut J 70 augl8-l- y 3 75 0 385 lllxe.1 junkers board, at a special meeting Saturday 3 70 3 15 , LHrh; feblnpers 385 33 evening, decided that there shall be no PKEE1 - holco mado easy Manufacturlns; a 10 ISIHS.Winter family ,.... 5&i Gi3 35 ltnbber Stamps. Send for more racing at Hawthorne. 3 15 LuUlt- Price List ot Outfits to 4 7l CHAI- Wheat Ma 2 rcd.ncw J. F. W. Dorman C-o- 121 72 No.3rrd. B. Fayctto SU, Baltimore, 33VJ 6ft Corn JCo. 2 mixed.... Millions Given Away. MO., U 3 Jl. Catalogue feo. , S 27 2 Q 41 It Is certainly gratifying to the pub- HAV Prime 44 0 75 lic to know of one concern in the land lJ(OVIb?10.Nfa-J- Irs Porh al0 5J HON. C. T. CALDWELL, Lnrd I'rtmnj stejin.. who aro not afraid to be generous to BU'ITKR-ChoQ. 12 dairy 18H Prime to choice creamery.. ft 3 00 the needy and suffering. The proprie- APFI.ia New sou hern. .. of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom 165 H 75 tors of Dr. . King's New Discovery for i'OTAT OEi New. ixx bbl CIIICACO Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have mends Wrights Celery 4 10 0 425 given away over ten millions trial bot- U1CAIN Wheat-N- o. Tatcnts -. ta 78W 2 red..Capsules. "79 No.3Cnicasrosprlnfc'. 0 w tle? of this great medicine and have rnkvjv,....' 34 !Hfe 21 the satisfaction of knowing it has abso- OATS No. Parkeksbueq, "W. Va., 9.85 geeo POKKV.Mess lutely cured thousands of hopeless LAJJD bieum 5 50- January 26, 1995. cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, HoarseNEW YOHK. The WBiairr Med. Co., W S&425 ness ami oill disease of the Throat, FT.OUH Winter patcni. , eo 85K WHEAT No. red ColumbuB, Ohio. Chest and, Lungs aro surely cured by iuitr iioiDjiieu...i...-- , ltJ it. Call on Perry & Thomas .Druggist, JklhxM. 27X ... OAT S lllxcd...... .. - , Gentlemen: I haye, been using .... 10.04 S10 50 Wright's Celery Capsules Bince NovemSuccessors to W. G. White and el a ltlUC (&5S754 Western.. ber, J 894, ami find them, to be as recomtrial bottle free, regular size 50c and $t- - tAia BALTIMORE. them beaan .... 6 &&& 6 81 mended. Hot Sprintp. Aifc,taking treat- & 00 Every bottle guaranteed; reunder while at ... G1IAIN funded. j 8 Southern WtoVw. , 76 Hi teH mentfor SciaticBhenmatum, Liver anil SJ & toru Mixed. ...-- . i. Stoluach trouble, Conatipation whioh I 38 32 found the Spain's po"cketbook,is ailbut empty,. ...... Hya NS'we-.jt2,a.v5 hadbeen'R lone sufferer. Igreat relief 4 79 smiluy..,.,.,-- . 4 43 Celery Capsules gave me rATILE-P- trt It looks as it aneleplfant had (stopped llCCs WtawcrB . 4d 4N from the beginning and. have used them' o it. IXWAXACOLIS ";. rf. t t: GRAIN eWtBIW. I'M" uiOTiuij . tJH jlieked, I recommewa them to nay and - t Cora JC Isknownliylitu 'associates," all sHffering with like afflictious'or either Ky",any; buta woman isrigvef-ki-o- h ,bodv." , J W?" i . p. GltAW WlKt-ril55 i?f C ''" M..... itW3J . . m Til i3iU a. fi W Martial ) w.at30eeftta iPCHUC Mefc. . .'fir.. V 5v"VJ - dr nnra r ilfn nmm ill - , - Na. - , . -h Tampa Troops Preparing to Go. People 15 wmttttttwmt D. semi-month- w $ B. Shackelford -- COij g & - N- 1IY w ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR 0 Capital Wagons, ,TWe Gto tlCXVW -- lre 1 Mi3,' . rr.OUK--V.'lat- cr ete'k.r--- it ta Which is known to be the best all over this county and State. A fine line of O. K RANGES and COOK STOVES, the most complete line of. all class of farm Implements and Shelf Hardware in the market . We APE PREPARED TO DO THE BEST QLASS OP "..! rst or-;pri- rX.OUIt-Famu- yr... CO Tix Work and Roofing. Wbenl-No.- 5.... -- ." ,. -- ....'.. .., 11 hi Saeesn t gba.tTter4 & Ocatrr, RlCHMCJND, KY. Whcat-No.JiJ.- .fV. A-m- UJ Fi:oUR-Woerae.- VJ.i- iT-v- y. . i V SrB4'?,!lTrS&' uw-inW- yta -- -- . " ". J .M. -- . & j i3rfT3ftKTi.T ras .CSi s,T3B mJnZ Jidffr K: rK iS a . -- Lt J F sr ' -- : - ?r-- t olk &:' 75.-Z Hpiftmt.- -, v..Jre n. jc5 miilr SNiiw) "t 11- - il -- r. ' " - " - s l,,T i)asasaiaiasaBsssssVBMBW fBIBVlHBiHHI1 &USJkb'r4C'4laaJllxtt Jayaj?.iHmrfm TT'yrTy'rT'wTWirr-Bi- The Richmond Climax. rUBIJSHKDEVEK WKUkESDAY BT iT-i- JlU!T J i,Tr fTl-- IT. jr eight shots oue of them believed to have If te-- ! The Climax Printing Co. Jfc - JJ&iL nil: -- ,k y M C " CHENMJLT, 'G&U'OOOS. Proprietor and Editors. Associate EdHor. PB1CK JE&ll YEAR, 27, $1.50. 1S9S. WEDNESDAY, J ULY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT OF SHELBY COTJXTY. this week Xevi Z. Leiter worth of war revenue affixed stamps to the deed tranferring a piece of real estate to Marshal Field. At Chicago $2,100 L troops cul Blanco eff from the oufeide world and Ehut nim np hi Havana with his red-hmanifestos be may furnish another case Louie-tHI- c comhustion of spontaneous Dispatch. If the American ll&v ot The attempt of the express companies to charge tin revenne stamp tar to tlu-i- r customers is beinfr opposed aid several local judges throughout the country have already decided that tire law contemplates that the company mu-.- t pay the tax Now !et the tele- frrapli companies liave a turn arid give ' the jeojle alliance. There is no jus-- 1 tire m shirkinp: and tin common peo-- j pk ought not to be expected to pay the) tax. for then great corporations Paris Reporter. u DV . vs pea'iect m . , style ana aurabilitv as in lit. , TO FIT THE BYE, TO FIT THE IHIIEJLID TO FIT THB'FOOT TO FIT THF FTJISF , . taken effect, Blood hounds were taken to tho sceno next uiormng but could not trace the would be assassins. The parties that held up Mr. Neale are sup posed to b3 from Estill. Two suspicious looking characters came down on the R. N. I. & B. train Tuesday afternoon, and were seen going out the Lexington Pike the evening of the holding up, On the following day a posse headed by Deputy Sheriff' P. U. Broaddus scoured the surrounding country but fotlnJ no traces It was learned later in tho afternoon that the parties suspected had boarded the R. N. J. & B. train at Moberley Station returning to Estill county. Sheriff Srephen Daniel, of Estill was notified by wire and a description given him of the men. He wrote Sheriff Colyer that the men got off the train at Rice Station and had escaped him. He gave their names as Abner McQuinn and John Re id. The Bybeelown Trustee Trial. 8 mmm0mmw. GBASP THE OPPORTUNITY NOV AND C05IE TO SEE a; - FOR THIS WEEK! We place on sale to-morr- 3r52 aud Smyner Rugs. The greatest bargains ever offered. at 9 o'clock a beautiful line of Moquette M Moquette Eugs, 3 ft. long, for 75cts. Moquelte Eugs, 5 ft. 4 in. long, for 2.25. Moquette Bugs, 6 ft, long, ahvays 85 for $3.50. Our line of Smyner Rugs is also beautiful. Call and see them and get first choice. Also during these days we will offer at SPECIAL LOW PRICES on our entire stock of Dress Goods, Muslins, Ginghams and Prints at prices so low that will eDable all to buy a great deal with very little money. Have also just received from the city a line of Fancy Silkotines-fo- r skirts at 14cts. a yd. Our line of Table Oilcloths cannot be equaled. We carr' a full stock in all colors. We are also closing out our stock of Ladies' Oxfords at cost. :00 l. 35$ ' - " ') . A number of our citizens have betn taking considerable interest in this trial before Superintedent Wagers, aad we here publish the citation and the judgment renderad in the case. si Richmond, Ky., July 2. 1S9S. Office of Supt. Common School Madison County. GlIINSTKAD, 4 .. . To J. P. Trustee in Dist. No. GO. fei The Trade 'TUTr IDD TlffT WILL 51 IK Y rYFk tAi inM FTrina UF! Tin: people of the L'nited States need not fear the result of a war with Germany, sIkhiIci they he so ignorant The a- - to interfere in the I'hillipines. nayof the 1'nittn! Statte outclasses tierniaiiy in number, .peed, and guns With the exception of torpedo boab-- , the excel Us at the ratio of 10 tol, but tliere need be no fearon that core, after that a torpedo tile recent deinonr-tratiolwat ii no march for the most insignificant cruiner whom gnns are well berved. Uncle tnanel's boys will attend to the guu. n m 33ut Will be Green With Envy, What's The Odds? Commencing this week we will of the Einest, Barest, Choicest and Neatest Line of Gents' Furnishings erer sold in this city at prices to suit the purchaser. We must make room for our big fall stock, so shoes and everything must go regardless of price. SEE Amm. the great ends to be attained in this uontltct with Spain, tlie freedom of ojpre-e- d in both oceans, tlie wider influence of America in the councils of the nations, the increased respect lor her power on land and sta, there is Mill another achievement to be attained, no less glorious and far reaching; naiei, the obliteration of all tracer of dMriist among ourselves the ouiiiitlele and too long delated eople, wmcli of the Auierican no more for xhatl Ik call-- l in jiie-tievwr Frotn de!iered by (ien. at AtTiiFinaH who boasts that he works liordm at Confederate with his head instead of his hands, is lanta Juiv 2iHh. respectfully reminded that tho woodFokxhk Mate Senator liuuimans is pecker does the same, and is the bighoping that Congressman 1'ngh will gest kind of a bore at that. Meade not have a majority over the combined County Messenger. ojiKsitkii in his race for a A okevt majority of onr people beand that they will unite on him lieve that tho present war with y i Kummaus. Tlie RejHinlicans of Spain is a holy war; many believe, we have had enough of this big tub by divine comwilling that are acting, as it were, of gut, and m divine guidance, and In should becaM inlo theswill barrel, mand and under sight you to the victories of Dewey, lie was one of the ' Uig .seven" bolters. the? .Simpson aud the hoisting of the flag Uiehmond IVuititgntph. Lords day, as lvhtor Tipton is the recr&e of Sena- over Morro, all on the of a divine direction of tor Kummansin aoirdupois, being of proof positive is true that but bean Kile dimensions and himself the whole affair. It few if any wars heretofore have been changed fnmi Democrat to Republican of humanity. io it i saMl the Senator came back at declared on the grounds for humanHo' writ teaches that love him after rcadi'ig aboe. Paris Ken-tiity prompted the councils of heaven to kian. send to th're world the saviour of man1.st year the farmers partially "cor- kind, and now in tills war for suffering nered" the wheat crop, and the price hiiikanitT wo doubt not but that the Meadily advanced from sixty cents at God of battle U taking an active inthreshing time, to something over a terest. dollar by spring, says the Mayfield Mn. Bkck Hill, of Clark county. Mirror. If the corner could be made Chief Clerk oi the last Kentucky House more complete this j ear, notwithstand- of Representatives, is in the city, says ing the reported heavy yield, the price the Courier-JournHe said that he would have to advance. Tho market had been wlvieed by many friends to price this yenr is only a little higher seek the Democratic nomination for than it was at hanest time last year. Secretary of State and that he was There is a lcre crop on hand, and the thinking of making the dce. Mr. Otias. are debating whetharto sell at Metcalf, ot Bell coHnty, is now the only oiu e or tale the risk of a fall in price. announced candidate. Few men in I .n quite cerium that if the immense Kentucky could give Mr. Metcalf a it is sold at once the market will be harder race thau could Mr. Hill. He g aud everj one knows the effect went into the race for Chief Clork of o j prices oi an ot er supplied demand. the lUuae after it seemed to have beet! - won by another man, aud yet ho landed the nomination. He has always lived in mountain counties until recently, when he moved to Clark. Unless he runs, Mr. Metcalf will probably not have much opposition. on re-uniKen-tnek- WALLAC Hobson. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dr. V. II. Barrett is RICE oo-dit- You are hereby notified that it appears to the satisfaction of the County Superintendent from statements made and aflidavid filed in the County Su perintendent ofllce, that you are justly with neglect of duty and i chargeable , misfeasance in ofllce, in that you were a party to employing T. C. Lowery a teacher in said District, who is and olleneive to a majority of the patrons of the school and that there was au opportunity orTorcd you to vote for a competent teacher, and refused to do so on the grounds as you staled that the seclection of such a teacher would please the District and you gave as your reason for voting for T. C. Lowery and against a competent teacherthat the election of a teacher was a political matter and you wanted ono of your political faith elected, and also that you would vote for the said Lowery to retain your own job, that you worked for parties who are related to Lowery and would discharge you if you voted against Lowery. You are hereby notified to appear at the County Superintendents ofllce on Thursday July 7, 189S, at 10 o'clock a. in., and show cause why you should not be dismissed from tho office of trustee in said district. Given under my hand. J. W. Waoeus, Co. Supt. inef-fieiont IIIIUl vi,nr aqhc Will Riiv 1VU HI.. VUJ. 6- - Ladies' g. traLenu T worth eacnei xip u.MOrus, .$1 00 SiSmtty? Ladies'0xfoi,(lsbl,wn JWjyjVVA tjin or black, worth $1.25. wvf 6, 14 p .j, uw.o .LUtlLVli, nuiUl vJ..UV. ?!R rM , Call in and see our line of goods reduced in price before you buy. We will save you money. Come early to get the first selection of beau- tiful RUGS. Respectfully, V hi ' JVlcKee M fd 1 1 1 - w ' w Hnmr&smi 'ar m. vm ra rfr m m !i in ay am ts u irir 4 1 V m a or dm ' j u m k cu u mi i. u At McKee's Old Stand. U 3 W J m itar 7 T . u ?7R7R7K3K3R3K5K7KK7R teacher, began her schoel at Bethel Monday. Miss Million has taught in this section before and gave general satisfaction. W. E. Chase is with friends at South Point, Ohio. Mrs. Squire J. A. Young, aad Mrs. Hamon Million visited relatives in ifGstill.county last week. Richard Taylor was over from Lexington Sunday. The good people of this placo are up in arms against a few people of and near tins place who aro selling wine, j If wine is to be sold whv not ''red! licker." Stop it or give ns license to sell whisky. An infant of Lauson Reynold died near here last Saturday and was buried at the Perkins graveyard. A Mrs. Itobinson died here Monday. She was formerly from Waco. Mr. Geo. Burton, of Kirksville, has been oii;;agcd to teach the Miller's School. AVxYGSTOJT. Mrs. Eobt. Witt has been added to our sick list since last writing. Mrs. J. U. Azbill is quite low of nervous prostration. Miss Sre Sciivner, of Richmond, opened her school here this morning w;th a good attendance. S NB X X- - B Nffl NB'NSI'NeS'NMy VMyVMNftyvfl'Vi'V M ' u iMmm Office Miss Lizzie Winchester. visiting iu ..l...M,l,1 !,.,. Wonderful Cure Spinal Disease the Resutt of a Fall Abscesses Farmed. Kentucky eiorgyman Reports What Hood's Sarsaparllla Did. immmzi teiuletit, of Madison Cuunty School Sitperin- J. IF. N'ttgers, Madison County Kentucky. J. M. Miss Jennie Ford is visiting her sister, Mrs. Quisiubery, near Elkin Station, Clark county. n Miss Mary Fullenwider, of Shelby-viil- e, The character of ttiti people wlio is visiting Miss Dasie Campbell, testify to the mfcrits of Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a on Fifth street. is worthy of condderation. Read Mrs. John L. Alverson and bon, of what a Kentucky clergyman says: girl was 3 years old Washington City, are guests of Mrs. "When she fell from a loft and Btrakicd her'spine. Mattie Alverson. Bince then sijf has been subject to spinal Mr. James Smith, who has been disease, and lost the use ot heir limbs. quite sick for the past two weeks, is She was very delioate snd did not have now able to be out. mnofe appetite, end bsceseea formed on Mrs. Dr. Stewart lias returned from the left side of hcv spine, which discharged Swango Springs, Wolfe county, greatly continually asd aha wan obliged to lie on her right sWe all the time. We procured improved in health. a bottle at Hoe&s SarsaptrlVa and she r ft. e flxst euejt was Mies Minnie Wagers entertained the es;an ker ah ajnjatnte awd enable her to Mitses Crutcher and guest at tea Qhe MnJetpe tiMlms it, anil now fee ib'a knartbrAiiid wfth &e esmptipii Wedneiday evening. tas-ipgg-f- W. D. OHhatn, of the Busy Bee, Richmond, was in town Monday. al: Av.-u.- -t atd, CF.Brawef&Co '! ' :, Read It' PERSONAL,. Hon. J. A. Sullivan is in New York. Miss Sadie Baughmau is visiting in Our ad. of last week call-sp- e inir attention to our cial saleof Lawn Furniture met with such heart response that we were very much gratified. We expected it, however, and are still prepared to furnish Lawn Goods at prices that are a revelation. Just Four-foo- t a Hint 35 50 25 00 Settees, $2 any color Double Rockers, . 4 (two persons). . . Large Rockers, the i).00 kind) Steainer Chairs Si 50 to 3 from Cm. "3.e, Xeve. Of our invoice, we are naturally anxious to close out all the old numbers. We have about 10 or 12 odd Chairs that ou can bu' for half price. l)oxv 5oT$e That prices here are guaranteed the lowest; that every purchase is made satisfactorv. Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Hagan are at Slate Lick Springs. Miss Mary Sullivan is visiting relatives in Lexington. Miss Mary Letcher left Thursday for her home in Cincinnati. Miss Ethel Terrill lias returned from a visit to Winchester. Mr. It. L. Gentiy spent Sunday with his family in this city. Judge J. C. Cheiiault was in Irvine yesterday on busiuess. Mr. L. R. JJlautou and family returned Monday from Crab Orchard. . Miss Mollie Richards, of Ford, ia visit-- n the Misses Lackey at the j.iil. Miss Bessie Miller is visiting Mrs. James T. Winn, at Winchester. Mr. W. A. Powell and family are viiiting relatives in Jessamine county. Capt. S. F. Rock returned Saturday from a business; trip to Jackson county. Mr. Thomas Henry Hart is visiting his brother, William Hart, atSomerset. Mw.,Frank B. Carr and daughter, of 1'ans, are visiting relatives in uns city. Mrs. Claude Smith returned yesterday from a visit to relatives in Irvine. Mrs. Dudley Tribble returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Lexington. Messrs. Park Tudor and Shirley Flynn, of Ford, spent Sunday in this city. Mr. Edward Burnam, of Viginia, is visiting his brother, Major C. F. Burnam. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Todd, of Ford, are visiting the formers parents at Speedwell. to-da- Georgetown Times. Mr. Geo. T. Taylor, after a stay of several months in Maroa, Illinois, has returned to this county. Miss Sudie Bosley, of Jeilersonville, here, who think of ler departure with Indiana, is visiting her uncle, R. C. great regret. Lexington Leader. Moore, near White Hall. Mrs. K. E. Turley. Mrs T. T. CovingMiss Etta P. Gentry returned to ton, Misa Lizzie Turley, of Richmond; Ford Monday after a visit of several Mrs. Maggie Spears, Nicholasville; and days to relatires in this city. Miss Minnie JoIiiisoh, Midway; comMre. John R Pate, of Richmond, is posed a pleasant houes party at the visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. home of Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Spears in B. McGinn. Weodford Sun. Jessemine last week. Mrs. R. W. Miller and son, Richard, left last Wednesday U spend several weeks in HuiUsville, Alabama. Rev. W. R. Lloyd is assisting the Mrs. It. L. Gentry accompanied by her son, Richard, left Monday for a regular minister, Rev. Stewart, at Athens, Fayette county, in a nieetig month sojourn in Estill county. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Deatherage and which began a week ago. Rev. David M. Sweets, of the PortMrs. Maggie Evans leave next week for land Avenue Presbyterian clutch, in an extended visit to Kansas City. Mr. T. Hood Lfttle attended the Louisville, who was called to the pashop given by Miss Robinson at Reece torate of tho Southern Presbyterian church af this place by the unanimous House, Winchester, Friday night. vote of the congregation, has declined Misses i Edith and Ina Harber, of He assigned as the reason Bloomington, Illionois, are quests of the call. for this action that he did not sec his the Misses Harber on High street. way clear to leaving his present field, Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond, is where he felt that he was doing a good the guest of his daughter, Mrs. A. II. work. Severance. Stanford Interior Journal. This action of Mr. Sweets was deeply Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Maupin, of regreted by the church here, but they Ford, and Mrs. Joo Wortham, of Lan- necessarily acquiesced in it and con caster, are the guests of Mr. 'Calvin ceded that the grounds on which he Maupin. refused to come to them were well- Miss Florence Myers, after spending founded. Just at present the congreseveral weeks with her aunt, Mrs. gation has no other man in view, but Thos. Phelps, returned to Stanford diope soon to secure a pastor. Shelby Sentinel. Wednesday. Richard Spalding has discovered a novel method of curing lock-jain horses says the Lebanon Enterprise. During harvest last week he had two horses taken with the complaint fiom the effect of heal. He took a piece of board about one inch thick, five inches wide and two feet long, placed it squarely on top of the head (not the E'enneiDer forehead) and struck it with an ordiCkaSBj KonffWiy. nary chopping ax with sufficient force to knock the horse down, and in each H Ky bt-J- n facuh Ona TyCBftDod iWfier. case as soon as the horse trot un the 5"e trouble was removed, and the animals nOOU S PHU blironsness. PriioaS. have since been doing well. w t. f yoed's Sarsaoarflla ""'"' l""1. KEUIQIOUS. y Mr. W. S. Pryor returned f.om a visit to Judge Pryor at New Perch Curtis, ftsfrigerators. Castle. Mr. Jesse M. Alverson came up from Stanford and spent Sunday witii his j mother. Mr. D. B. Shackelford and daughter, Cahie Miller, Bjtent Sunday at Estill I Springs. .Editor R. W Miller spent Sunday MAIN AND BROADWAY, beneath the nbady oaks at Eatill IiEXIKGTON, KY. Springs. MIm Jifloi, .Rtid, LuaJfYUli, k CFiBrower&Co T Little, on Lancaster then a widower with three small No woman ever was more beMisBes Estelle Walker, Bessie Dud- loved as a stepmother than was Miss ley, Alice Arnold and Jennie Ford have Nannie, as she was called by thehi. returned from Washington, where they The writer was at the funeral and the. attended Educational As- children showed by their sobs and tears how well they Jovod her. She sociation. Mr. P. C. Karr, of iNorlh Limestone, leaves a babe almost three months old to her broken hearted and devoted was suddenly called, Friday, to the e of his mother, at Richmond, who is husband,who has won and deserves the very ill from a second stroke of paraly sympathy of the entire community for his kindness and attention to Iier. At sis. .Lexington Argonaut. an early ag-- Mrs.l'orbes'was left with Mrs. S. P. Vestal and children expect seven brothers and sisters, auorphan, to leave in a few days with Lieut. Ves to struggle the trials . with f tal for the army pott in Arizona. Mrs. life. to tbewritw le warn Vw4 Lm for her, jbit Am chit-dien. al Land. At Swanso Springs, Wolfe Advocate. county, Saturday, Bart Land, of ValMrs. Nancy Moberley and grand- ley View, this county, of dropsy, aged daughter, Miss Geneva Moberles, about forty yeats, had been in bad have returned from' an extended visit health for two years, and visited to relatives near Lexington. Swango Springs hoping to regain his Mr. and Mrs. A. Buchanan and health, and improved rapidly for the daughter, Elith, and Mrs- - Zackariah first three days after his arrival at this Taylor returned Saturday from a vfcsit watering place, but all at onco grew to Swango Springs. worse and died. He .leaves a wife and Miss Zelia Williams, of Foxtown, and many iriends who will mourn his Miss Alice Richardson, of Valley View, death. His remains were brought are visiting Miss Jennie Adams, at home and entered in the family hurrying ground at Valley View Monbay. Lngana. Nicholasville Democrat. Mr. J. Van Norman, of Central UniOBITUARY. versity, Richmond, Ky., is here in the interest of that institution. He is the Died in this county on Sunday, July guest of Dr. T. N. Willis. Shelby Sen17, at the home of her husband, Mr. C. tinel. An Attempt to Assasinale J. Lewis Ncalc. M. Forbes, Mrs. Nannie Barnes Forbes Mrs. M. J. Haden and daughter, in the thirty-nint- h year of her age. Mr. J. Lewis .Neale, son of B. How Miss Sarah, returned to Louisville About nineteen months ago deceased. ard Neale, who lesidesabont four miles Monday after a pleasant visit to Mrs. was married to Mr. Forbes, who was from town, had a narrow escape from Miss Julie Hamilton, of Richmond, is spending a few days with Miss Nellie O'Bryan, on East Main. Danville DEATHS. C ground, as he stated, that the selec tion of such a teacher would please the district and also gave as his reason for voting for T. C. Lowry and against a competont teacher, tiiat the election of a teacher was a political matter and he wauted one of his political faith elected, and also that he would vote for the eaid Lowry to retain his own job, that he worked for parties who are rekited to Lowry, the Court after hearinj; the evidence and the arguments in the case and being advised as to the law in the premises, adjudges that the charge against the said trustee Grinstead of being a party to employing an in effiGeneral Gentry Has Nol Least The Crab cient and offensive teacher to the maOrchard Hotel Properly. jority of the patrons of the said school Tho report that has been published is not sustained and it is therefore throughout Central Kentucky to the foer-ruleeffect that General Gentry had leased It is further adjudged that the charge the Crab Orchard Springs Hotel prop- of neglect of duty and misfeasance in erty for thirty days from August 1st. oillce in that the eaid Grinstead was for the accommodation and pleasure of afFordod an opportunity to vote for a the great gathering of Gentrys that are competont teacher and refused to do so expected to be present is a mistake, on the grounds that the selection of so we have been inform direct from the such a teacher would please the disproprietors. We make this correction trict and ho voted for T. C. Lowry and so that patrons that have visited this gave his reason for voting for said summer resort during the mouth of Lowry auI against the said competent August for past years can make their teacher, that tho election of a teacher i cany yisic anu receive tlio same ac- was a political matter and that he commodations as heretofore. wanted one of his own political faith elected and that he voted for said LowC. E. Woods ry to retain his own job, that he worked Adispateh irom Montgomery, Ala- for parties who were related to Lowry bama, to the Courier-Journsays: and would be discharged if he voted "At the National Convention of the against him is sustained, except as reSigma Nu Fraternity, just adjourned gards to retaining his own job. These in Atlanta, Clarence E. Woods, of last charges, as the Court construes the Richmond, Kv., was unanimously re- law, create a forfeiture, and the Court elected Grand Recorder and editor. thereiore adjudges that J. P. Grinstead Vernon Witherspoon, of Louisville, be and is hereby removed from the ofand Chas. W. Guthrie, of Shelbyville, fice of trustee in tho aforesaid district, were elected inspectors. Other grand and said ofllca is hereby declared officers chosen wero Hamilton D.we, vacant. of Missouri, Regent; W. L. Kemp, At To this judgement the defendant obt; lanta, F. II. Hoywood, jects aud excepts and pray an appeal Columbus, O , Grand Treasurer. The to the Superintendent of Public Intruc-tioconvention was the largest ever held.' which is granted. It is with pleasure that Mr. Voods' This the 22nd, day of July, 1S93. friends iii this city receive the news of J. W. Wageks Co. Supt his to tho ofllc of Grand The case will bo appealed at once Recorder. Mr. Woods has held this before Superintendant Davidson. office for four consecutive years, and it is needless to say that he has faithCORRESPONDENCE. fully discharged every duty. His unanimous re election is a testimouial tothe VALLEY VIEW. fact. He was aided in his race by H. R. Suikh visited friends at Irvine Messrs. J. Robert Riggs, Thos. II. Saturday. Pickeis, J. Robert Boatman aud W. St Mits Jesse Spurlock, of Ford, after a Tucker, old C. TJ. boys, who nttetided pleasant visit with friends at this the convention. place, returned home last week. The Stanford Journal says: J. R. Lyons, postmaster at Welling"A dispatch from Atlanta announces that our old friend. Clarence E. Woods, ton, Menifee county, visited his broth was Grand Recorder of the er, Ueo. M. Lyons, postmaster at this Sigma Nu Fraternity, a position he has place, last week. most creditably filled for four years. The Barker Cedar Co has shut down, As it pays well his friends are much being out of logs. pleased for thaUaud the additional F. S Yark and wife aro spending a reason that itjbhows how popular is the few weeks in Michigan. associate editor of the Richmond Miss Viola Million,- an elllcient Climax." d. al Vice-regen- was, indeed, a christain woman, and alJ. P. Grinstead, Trustee of i ommon ways ready to aid with her hard earned School District No. GO. This cause tomming on for hearing pennies, the cause of her Master, whom she so loved. May her life bo ou the charge as set out in the aillda-v- it long remembered an wife, mother, sismade a basis of this section, t, ter and neighbor, and may God help that J. P. Grinstead has been guilty her kind and loving husband in this or neglect of duty and misfeasance iu oillce in that he was a part to employ-in- ;; great bereavement. T. C. Lowery a teacher in said disServant of God well done, Praise be thy uevv employ; trict who is in efficient and offensive And while eternal ages run, ta majority of tho patrons of the Kest in thy saviors joy. school, and that there was an pppor-ttinit- y July 20,1893. A. T. c tQ.vote for a competent teacher and that he refused to do so on the Cure For Lock-Jain Horses. to-wi- Bowman and I. M. Scrivner, Patrons of Common School District No. 60. Vs. Judgement. Not Baltimore and Ohio M &t . t $ Sr I Big&ersfaff & Oldham, !Jead Whatwe Have to Show You. FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something- new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties Bent Glass. Mirror Backs, &e. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to SS.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahoganj'. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From GOc to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. ng ibut; - Jf f g & KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Inis'toa, Ij. E. 11!. CUE, Pietidrnt, LITERARY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COLLEGES. Tuition fcr Literary and Bible Coarse $22 a year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 gymnasium. Thousands or successful alumni. Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention. Open to both sexes. For catalogues address the President. jly2T-t- ( BANK REPORTS. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE State Co.. Richmond, Ky., at the close of business on the 30th day of June ' 1S93. & RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors $2C?,61G Loans to Directors (officers not in- Overdrafts, unsecured Due from National Banks $32,651 Due from and Bant e 3 . i$ Banking House and Lot. Mortgages ... .. Specie .. $13,798 Currency 7,029 Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures . " Expenses East Quarter Revenue Stamps . State-Bank-s S3 ciuueai Loans to Officers 83 62 74 00 1.538 65 8,700 00 18, 317 68 32, SIC 50 7,000 00 G.lbO 00 20,827 71 949 57 875 SO 2,769 20 100 00 Total $369,763 7 'S & & ! Undivided profits . . " "" Deposits subject to check. uue national Banks . $18,538 Due btate Banks & Bankers 3.3S7 Bills Trust Funds on hand. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, in cash 04 26 78,000 00 4,bJ0 87 225,291 77 21,885 30 39,220 20 2.638 83 M n, Total . .JS69.7G9 97 STATE OF KENTUCKY, I Coukty or Madison, j TURLEY, Cashier of the and Trust Co., a Bank located and State Bank ness at No 108 West Main street, doinir busiin tile City of Richmond, Ky., in said county, being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all ""e statement of the condition of S?.euB5ld B?5k at "" close of business on the day of June, 1S98, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at not S'1"?"0" named, and made elsewhere: and the above report is in with an official notice received from compliance ? the Secre-ii"of ?iatS des'Cnating the 30th day of June, 1838, as the day on which a ich report shall be R. E. TURLEY, TJashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me by Turley, Cashier, the 2nd day of July, 1898. R. E. C. H Chknault, Notary Public. We are too busy to give a full list of our immense stock, but assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. 0 it jf nil3yS3i $fo)3 Hfcflap "i"t ifafe&. DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. When in the City Make Yonr Headquarters With Coskect Attest: J. STONE WALKER, JKO. B. CHENAULT, E. D. BALLARD. DIRECTORS REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE rL MadJi0a National Bank, No. 1790, at Richmond, in the State ot Kentucky, at the close of business, July 14, 1898. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts . . $319 177 37 Overdrafts, secured and unsecnrMl a'lrax si U. 3. .Bonds to secure rlrrtilntlnn 125,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc . 6,100 55 Other real estate and mortgages owned . 8,601 60 Due from National Banks (not Re from State Banks aud Bankers 355 97 Due from approved reserve agents. . 2,31(1 60 Notes of other National Banks 590 00 I Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 57 83 Lawful money reserve-ibank, vii": Specie .. $12,300 CO Legal-tendnotes 2,500 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas'r 1I'00 00 (5 per cent, of circulation... 5,635 00 , er f BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM ed Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED awc agents; Due - 913 33 1863. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Foreln.-and Bettio Hood avenue. bed-bid- HH-H- T irklfaSk A n bjiy !f last Tuesday night while driving leisurely home, about one mile from town two men accosted him, commanding him to hault. and on his refusing to obey, began tiring at him with their pistol, one shot striking his vehicle. Seeing that he would be over powered and postribly killed in an attempt to combat with the road agents, he drove home.procured a shot gun and returned iu company with colored servant to the place wueio he wasat tacked. Two men acting strangely wero met, and,ia answer to Mr. Neale's question aboultheshootwjofeaediire upon him aaU'bis servant; Jfiaiii H tbre shote foot-pad- s -- . mm A Total... LIABILITIES. capital stocic paid In . Surplus fund. ... toiuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and American Marble and Granite. 191,967 J3 rim rtmmero, - MOSXPERFECT 'MADE. pure Crap tntm of TarUrlrWdttv Aium pr mm mom TW VTAPMMi ? CREAM .Uui.1lu.i,K1,jeww Notes and bills reieoiatej Total .".ul. .a STATE OF tCSVTTrninr i Cocstt oPjHDojr,.-),l- : bank, Undivided profits, less expenses and National Bank notes outstanding:.. Due to other National Banks Z. Due to Btate Banks and Baakere. - $200,000 00 40 000 00 112.486 00 8 713 W gg 122,841 31 ' 3,808 48 calcic., -- Hi FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Ceat(y of? wt . ...,. 5a; ee v$i9e,9tr7 d v .r I,C.D.CiWATOTrc5MAJerotM!ator-Baflse1 . fm soIeatthrnwM. Owt ttw aSa is true to the best ot belief.;. Subscribed aad to baser me tW, aeMf mm .TbMe who sre contemplating buying garble, Granite, or any kiad ot ork, wiU find it to their interest to cull at tne old stand in the rear the MBCliHrcli on Irvine tstrwrf, where they will find constantly w hand lar8c?cJ: of Hnwlietl work ti Select from, at. prices ta suit all ctoeees ef buyers? JJT-Mi- i. w. G. UOOOHKH, oaoJof.tHefeeRt vrorkroen iaCibtrl Kentaalr, wwdreofouretabKii4fHntaii Ufa mmm jatUftrvVvrtrfc- - '. 3 -- i- - I z & -- - u - s ye, 4'nMM - nyhtrwu Owmm JUttsti "-- mm -. ' J? "' itJfSite:- - 2i!' Hri6S . . JWKwm tpawm. XOUa P.VTWOftaOUCiTKD.- - efeoW W --c - write towfor tieaigBS, D. 3 u mk - lUrO'Nj Prpmc JKUA-rKra- r:i.rfji. . 3JTfe a -- . mmmmzr?mmmm9. it " t . u. em fvl - i !.C ., .. ' dmM-mmmimmmm'-- li It A V f t 1 i i', .. .'. .. . ' m ? x JLw li v-- i i Kll If LI i FOBTIFIEO Bill 111 I M Should be In every family medicine che3t and every traveller's grip. They are Inralnable when the stomach It out of order; cure headache, biliousness, and H uoi aU liver troubles. to-d- ay Mimim IJ I 5 25 Ny-- v tSM&Sm SZ&Sr (Wv cvA .icBrrs; Phii mw OSg- A4 rvreNG'-sa- '; Nffigarj vtfRt A v.i-z.i- osV T.- "wmw ytm 'Mij r.7 msgay TOHMHr I ''! . . "f rs i.fccv-j3j'i- r, .ss--g r z&ts 8Blra 5sa,, r- -- Mild and efficient. cent& J'X' V' . M? J U Jtv CASTLE! 8 Don Carlos has a bad case of I told you so. You will not know how much good Hood's Sarsaparilla will do until you try it. Buy a bottle and begin to take it. It Tho old Cleveland crowd are on the cuckoo lay again. Ntf' 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 Eurnishings. Style, Quality and Price Guaranteed, 207 WEST MAIN XL. CSTIt will pay you to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad ?nscs 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 sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum EICHMOID, MT. STERLING-COMPRISING TTIE AO THREE LAI! ,E l X SEORGETOWJT S'tORKb OF THE just what a horso needs when in bad Dr. Cady's Condition Tenders, are wftQJ condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 23 3ents per package. In these days of real fighting how small seem Corbett and McCoy. The Chief Burgess of Milesburg, Pa., says DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the best pills he ever used in his family during forty years of house keeping. They cure constipation, sick headache and stomach and liver troubles. Small in size but great in results. Douglas A Wines. A florist named a new flower after Dewey. Well, he's a peach. From 6 to 19. USSm "W Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of Wash Fabric, 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 ; the' must all go. This sale will last for 10 days and each and ever item sold during the 10 das out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we cany to. correspond with the "Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. GUT & COMPANY. STREET, RICHMOND, KY. M ft LLMLtLLM.iLLL M 7W 7W 7i BHIIE"BIBK-nBIE..3BII-.- NI Bi NMJ TIN 7 Nf 7? Tfs 7W iMf !' i 7W 7M 7W M 7 7W 7 i at 3 One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out cents per yard, former price 5 cents. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Proctor Knott Cipar. The trial of Wm. Gorrison for striking his father, Jas. Garrison, set for Monday was put olf until nextSat-urdav. sores. "Running sores appeared on my leg and spread over tho entire lower portion of the limb. I got no help from medicine till I tried yours. I was cured by one bottle of J PLY 27, - - 1S9S. Ir - We are glad to See Col. Thos. Thorpe to much improved from his, a Advertisements will be icceived c Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Easy recent illness as to be able to attend to by THE CLIMaX witb tltc ruar- to take, easy to operate; reliable, sure. business. jj an toe that its circulation exceeds C How is it Can some of those 25 cents It 3 that of anj other paper published C If you eat meat call at Harvy Spanish ships be saved or is that report typeIt must have strained Blanco's C Douglas meat market on Main street, O in Richmond. dus writer to figure out a victory at Sanc when you find constantly choicest a The full intensity of living is reached tiago. meats to be found in this citv. ISAAC ACKER, Cowans, Va, only by the perfectly health v. SickThousands Celebrate ness discounts the capacity for enjoyDr. Hobson, Dentist. This is the way the Harrodsburg ment. If his body is all out of order With thankfulness their restoration to Horrible Tragedy Near McKee. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Sayings sies up the money question: and by the use oi Hood's will to be 'If free silver is repudiation the News reached here Monday that enjoy anything, he matternothow able of health of the vast armySarsaparilla who have Think no cij;ar. full cold standard is damnation; and there people your you are." Williams. Kidd, a prosperous farmer enjoyment it may be for other order, if been cured by this medicine who have Let Midkill paint and trim Men, women and children, If he is just a little bit out of of McKee, Jackson county, took his he "is not sick, hut doscn't feel just suffered the eonseqences of impure in;i carriage. The Hurst Home Insurance Comchild about one hundred right" he will only be able to enjov blood, who have been the victims of The stfte favorite, the Proctor pany, through their agent W. Chanev, j'ards sort of way. scrofula sores, eruptions- dyspepsia, J. from his home into the woods things in a Knott cigar. employed Douglas & Turpin to repair and shots its brains out with a revolver The nearer ho is being perfectly well, nervousness, sleeplessness. medicines They have tried others the nearer will his capacity enjoyDon't forget to read Wallace it Dock Herndon's barn, which was con- He returned to the house, procured ment be perfect. If this for condition and have failed to obtain relief. They siderably damage by wind last week. more cartridges, and ended his own doesn't exist, something ought to be iried Hood's Sarsaparilla and it did Itice's ad. in thib issue. existence by the same route. Kidd is done. That means nine cases in ten them good. They perserved in its use Mrs Sallie Phillip Miller is agent See Midkiil'eline of bnsgiefc befoie the use of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical and it accomplished permanent cures. For a valuable book entitled 'Fetzhue the man that was robbed in this city dur- Discovery It works directly onjhe Do j'ou wonder that they praNe it and you buy. All vork guaranteed. juIylS-lm- . may Lee iu Cuba " If you have not already ing the fair last year by confidence digestion organs, and on the blood and recommend it to yon? through these on every tissue of the men. J. W. Dale-- has hold about four puichatd one of these books you body. It make the appetite good, di If you can't go to the front to Hck should at once call on the agent aud thousand busheh- of wheat sit 70cts. Married Seven Times, action and nutrition perfect and sup the Spaniards, do your part by licking . plies rich, red blood to all the tissues, puriure one: plenty of revenue stamps Uncle Johnnie Runyan, a Kentucky Mr. S. 11. White rdiiuped ton fine Over in Mt. Sterling a few dab mountain pioneer settler, well known building21up solid, healthful fiesh. TiumIj'v. , Send hordes to Atlanta. U:i t cents in stamps Sick headache, biliouness, constipaapo. Mis. Kobt. Planck, .sold her milch all over Kentucky, is dead at his old World's Dispensary Medical Associa-to tion and all liver and stomach troubles I have the best and cheapest toad cow lor S27, took the money home home near Regina, Pike county, in the tion, ttuflalo, N. Y., and recieve Dr. can be quicklv cured by using those fawagon on the muiket. w tapped up iu a peice of paper. A lit- one hundred and fourth year of his Pierre's 100S page "Common Sense mous little pills knownas DeWitt's LitMedical Adviser," profusely illus- tle Early Risers. They are pleasant to mayll-GmS. L. Midkikf. tle child, picking up the "craps around age, having twenty-threliving children trated, it take and never gripe. Douglas A A fair bized cioned took advantage thetciii machine, threw it in the and thousands of descendants. The Is Spainish honor higher than Span- Wines. of the excuri mi Sunday and visited fire and burned it up. remarkable old man died in the same ish 4s? From his talk you can't tell how High Uridge. hut he began housekeeping in upward For Sale. Blanco feels. As he can't whistle, he 1 have 2,X)0 sheep and 200 head of of eighty years ago, where he has lived "I think DeWitt's Witch Hazel must talk to keep his courage up. Read Wallace & Kice's advertisefor bale, at low nrices. quite a peculiar life. His wife, aged Salve is the finest preparation on the ment on hccond page. It will pay a cattle Address, Fiuxk Rook, one hundred and two, survives him. market offor piles." So writes John C. 1&VS CUBAN OIL cures hundred fold. j20-t- f Dunn, Wheeling, W. Va. Trv it and Merrietta, tia. V Cut"!. Burns. ISniispsRlinii- He has been married seven times. you will think the same. It also cures matisra and Soles. Price, i being elected A new round-hous- e 25 cents. Pocket Book Lost. eczema and all skin diseases. Douglas A Narrow Escape Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. From Dealh. at the !. & X. depot, at a cost of about & Wines. A pocket book containing one note O. White. for $700 and several small notes aud t Miss Pearl Deatherage, of Waco, lluualid dollais. was lost between Foxtown on the who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mollie Fountain Feriill went over to Lex- Lexington pike and thiee miles e;it an ington Friday and joined Col. Cnlnin's the Iivino pike Finder will leturu (Jrider, in Kansas City, narrowly es salllo to this ollice ami receive reward. caped death iu that city last week resiiueut of volunteers. j.v20-- tf w Idle ,ut driving in a carriage with a statimieiiis of Madison Xation-a- l lady and gentleman friend The old Farm For Sale. liank and State Hank & Trust Co., I wish to sell privately my farm of horse which was considered perfectly in this isMis 70 acres, located on Himcr's Foikof reliable, become frightened and ran Otter Creek, 5 miles from Richmond. away, throwiin; the occupants out of if you don't wantto loe money you Twenty-fiv- e acres of this laud is in coin the carriage. The lady who accomhail better read Wallace & Ilice's ad- and 45 acies in gras-sFor further panied Miss Deatherage was thrown viocall on or address. vertisement in this isue Wm Riley, lently to the ground and instantly killed. jjSO-lThe Danille Advocate remarks White Hall, Ky. Miss Deatherage and the gentleman that it is hard to get a fctiecessful a adescaped injury. Richmond io Have a Cigar Factory. vertiser to stop advertising. Mr. Fred A. Miller, a Boston cigar Local Option Election. -- II W. Herndon threshei 1,030 manufacturer has decided to locate a The good old town of Richmond is to bushel-o- f acres, cigar factory in this city, and is now wheat from thirty-tw- o undergo another local option election. an average of over thirty bushels making preparations to start the enter These elections create more exciteJames Kucker. of i'aitil Lick, has prise at once. He left for Cincinnati ment and hard feelings among the peoaccepted a position with the Postal Wednesday to purchase machinery. ple of a town than does anything else. The plant will employ twenty-fi- e Telegraph Company at Winchester. The opposing factions have "Cleared hands. Hev. F. S. Pollitt, formerly pastor for action" in the hospitable capital ef Winchester Court. of the Methodist church, this city, is Madison and the way the fur will fly J. A. Ramsey, Auct., reports ouly will be a caution. The temperance senouslv ill at his home in Covington. 100 cattle on the market. 4cts was reI have on hands now a full line of fused for smooth 750 lb. steers. Good people have several thirteen inch guns of the G. W. Young pattern, and will high grade buggies, carriages and road smooth earlings, 700 and 800 lb., throw shells into the camp of the enewagons at lowest prices. brought 4c. 000 to 700 lb. heifers $2 25 my which will scatter beer bottles aud mavll-GniS. L. Midkifk. to $3 75. 1G00 sheep were olfered and bar room fixtures to the four winds. Mrs Williamson will resume her sold at prices running from $3.25 to Lancaster Record. Trivate School on Seventh street the $3.75 per head. A few light hogs Lee Pigg Stabbed to Death Near Berea. first Monday m September and would brought 3cts. be grateful for your patronage. One of the atrocious murders ever Buy Land. The County Will juuc22-3The Fiscal Court Wednesday ap- committed in Madison county was that beIn this issue will be found the pointed Squires Turpin and AVells a of Lee Pigg, son of Samuel Pigg, of Wallace & Ilice which cammittee to purchas a tract of land tween Big Hill and Berea, near Narshould be lead by everybody wanting of about ten acres near this city, suita- row Gap, Saturday after noon by Odus bargains iu shoes and gents' furnish- ble for potter's field, and also for pest Malicote. The trouble was an over acing goods. house should one be needed. By pur- count of fifty cents, which Malcote desir- chasing land the county will save the claimed was due him from Pigg, the All parties from this section at expense of laud rental and the charge latter claiming that the account was ing to attend the Gentry Crab Orchard are requested to leave via of four dollars for each pauper buried not due until nest Friday, and refused to pay same until that date, where up11. X. I. & B. on the morning of Aug- in the cemetery. Our $5.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price on Molicute drew a knife and attempt ust 1st. Our $6.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Purse Found. ed to stop Pigg, but the later realizing Wehl bought last Friday Simon Our $8.00 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price "Liberal reward will bo paid for re the situation attempted to get away from Col. T. 1. Chenault 90 cattle, Our $9 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Maliaverage weight 1,225, at 4J cents; from turn of pocketbook to this office con- from Malicote by running, but Our $10 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price 00 and seyeral cote being the fastest of the two over Judge J. D. Goodloe CO head at same taining oue note $7 Our $12 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price. . v small notes aud recepts, lost some took Pigg and dispite the plea for his figure. Our $15 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price. . . 7. where .between Foxtown and three life, stabbed him four times in the 0 of measles has broken miles east of Richmond on the An epidemic killing him instantly. MaliOur $18 Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price Irvine a out in the Second Kentucky at pike". This notice appeared in the cote escape and is snpposed to be hidOur $5 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price and has run the sick list up to Climax last week. On Wednesday we ing in the mountains near Big Hill. Our $6 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price 50 It i6 confined largely to the Leb-- I were notified by Samuel L. Jones, who Deputy Sheriffs .Too Terrill and RichOur $7 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price auon compmiy. lives two miles from "Richmond, that ard Colyes left Monday and will sum Our $8 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price mons men enough to surround the Our pi ices on job work are the most he had found the puree. Our $10 Young Men's Suits, Clearance Sale Price mountain, in order to make Malicote's reasonable, letter heads, bill heads, A Silver Advocate Calls on The Climax. Our $1 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price capture certain. dodgers, note heads, ttatements, busiMr. J. J. Purbifull, of Flat Lick, call-eOur $1.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price ness aud calling cards, and every other at this office Thursday aud had the Splendid Success Our $2 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price kind of printing done at very low prices. Climax 6ent to his address another has been had iu case of colic, diarOur $2.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price Rev. S. W. Crutcher writes us to year. We have a number of subscri- rhoea, etc, by using Dr. Caldwell's Our $3 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price change hia paper from Piano, Texas, to bers that it has never been our pleasure Syrup Pepsin. As a household remedy Our $3.50 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price ij invaluable. Buy for such Pine Uluir, Arkansas. He has been to meet, and Mr. Pursifull was one of a 10c trialtroubles andis you are bound to ".bottle Our $4 Knee Pant Suits, Clearance Sale Price.: called td a church at that place aud has them. He said he wanted to get ac- be convinced. To be had of B. L. ) 10 Cents for a Button. jtily6-laccepted. He also says that crops in quainted with the Climax btall Middeltou. J $1 For a Rip. Pants, Dutchess make. when they ndocated a principal, Arkansas were never more promising It ought to be an easy thing to float Our $2 Dutchess MenJs Pants, Clearance Sale Price they fctand by it to the last. His referthan now. the bonds of the Fish Trust. Our $2.50 Dutchess Men's Pants, Clearance Sale Price-- . Miss Tempie Oldham has moved ence was to the silver question. The editor of the Evans City, Pa.," her stock of goods for the months of ' Jessamine Wheat Crop. Globe, writes. "One Minute Cough August into the roo n back of July and bile the yield will not come up to Cure is rightly named. It cured my Schlegel's Hall. Ladies wishing Mil- last year's crop, yet the average will.be children after all other remedies linery, notions and underwear, will a very fair one. In mixing around failed." It cures cough, colds and all throat and lung troubles. Douglas & save money by calling on her. among the farmers Monday the Jessa- Wines. july0-2mine Journal received an expression Unless some supplies get there soon A Western Kentucky weather fioui a great many about the average in gouty foot will be well. first will bo about 15 or 1G Shaffer's prophet Fays if the katydid's Jessamine, which TEA cures Dyspep-- r has auy influence on weather busitiels The following are the fai mers BWHlvl V sia, ConKtipatioti and Indiconditions we will have frost by 25th who had thrashed and their average of next September, thatiusect'slullaby Col. N. 1). Miles, U00 acres, average 18 gestion. Regulates the liver. Price, 25 cts. it bushels sold at 09 cents; Thos. Butler, G.Sold by Perry A Thomas, successors to W. having bf en heard on the 25th.-aWhite. is asserted the first frost falls 90 days 110 acres, averaged 24 bushels; Joseph We beliove a census would show only Wallace, 200 acres, averaged 18 bushels, thereafter one Elliott Norton in America. And Some fciuooth artists of tha bunco which he sulu at 70 cents; Jack many. 120 aues, averaged 30 bushels; that is one too class, hailing from Chicago, were iu 'Ofcl I Sayl town last week and tried to work tho Will Land had a number of acres that on an advertising scheme, yielded between 20 and SO bushels. have you givaiuDri Caldwell's Syrup merchants which it is Pepsin a trial?" It will cure you of but when they offered to furnish a pre- John Steel had 300 acres 20 bushels. vonr constination. will correct yonr mer- thoughfwHl average about mium to all thoir purchasers the k says. stomach troubles and make your life chants tumbled to tho racket and re- J. lilasley whonms a thresher rortb JmBir. Trwi swe soures aver- - j (W ikws 10c) lattsHM weaiw ?i.w f wlient where be has thrwbd will fused to Join the RseoelaUoa. to-da- y? A fhild Enjoys The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and soothing effect of Syrup of Fige, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifyinp results follow its use; so that it is the best family remedv known and every family should have a bottle. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. years until I was 19 I was constantly troubled with scrofula. At that time I learned of the wonderful curative power of Hoods Sarsaparilla and began taking it. When I had taken six bottles I was permanently cured and I am now strong aud well." Miss Ajiaxda Button, Oil City, Ky. of six "From the age "We patterns to close at Sc per yard, former price have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. N"J 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 tiic to Sc per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to 18c per yard. darsaparilia." Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francaib will be sold in this sale at Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. We have recently added toourline of im) ported French Organdies about 300 new styles ( and the entiro lot will be closed in this sale, tho fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former price 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. All our new Val Laces, Ileal Handmade and ) Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hamburcs and ) Embroideries of all kinds, Taris Mulls, Swisses, (Q White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. ( Prices on all other lines of goods we carry ) Noincluding Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, been made bo low in this tions, Shoes, etc., have sale that each and every item purchased will be (G a bargain. You can't go wrong here. ) Q) run-dow- n, r?J ( IJemember, prices named oh our entire stock of goods for 10 day during this sale will be CASH DOW X 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 to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to two-year-o- ld half-Head- - 2 s -- s ) 6) ( "" I p 2 ( attend. We did not intend to hold this gale when we began giin tickets on our hamkoHie Medahon Pictures, but we hall still site them during this sale ncertlieless. Socome early and avoid the ru-- h Wry Repec tfully. ) ( ) - - Tifr - l:i-- i one-cen- o e J$$L! S&f p wM &r Cm vyf- - zsVzseVVVseA' ?: T ;??2rF;37, . pai-ticula- is m I Pi fel -?, Our G reat MidSummer Clearance fr?M o The time of year has arrived that we inaugurate A GEEAT CLEAKANCE SALE. Erery dollars worth of goods in our nouse must oe sohj. uur prices wm mane mem go. j&eau careiuiiy, it win ub money saveu oy aomg so. Sj Sraii iJK m Read Our Prices. ,. . 3E .$ 3 50 4 50 6 00 Our Our Our r wur Our Olli SZ N uur 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 M rn ci Jrrice u.ou lvieii & T a., ni-itsiuniue oaie tjtiiiils, $1.25 Men's Shoes, Clearance Sale Price .' "rv. - $ 2 15 2 40 3 00 1 jl 1 n m o 4U v.jj I Chick-amaug- w d -- - ... 6 75 7 25 9 00 11 25 13 50 3 50 4 50 :. 5 50 6 00 7 25 75 1 15 ; 1 50 1 75 . . . 15 2 2o 2 85 : ouijcs, vitriiitiiiue oiiie rnet; fi1.7n ArPTt'ss Rhns. Hlprirnnop Snip $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 Aj.t;u a Pi-i'n- o 00 IO 4A yZ , .- 1 50 '. . 1 2 2 3 3 75 25 65 00 75 3 9r w 7 A A A A A $ OUR HATS. A 1 A 1 A 1 1 A 1 A 1 1 2 A 3 50 Straw Hat 75 Straw Hat 00 Straw Hat 25 Straw Hat 50 Straw Hat 00 Fur Hat 25 Fur Hat 50 Fur Hat . . . . 75 Fur Hat 50 Fur Hat 00 Stiff Hat .....$ l .To 50 -SO , : , .. loo lrio 00 75 2 10 i 25 165 10c ,2 aENTS' A Good Linen Collar A Good Pair of Sox 50 Cent Neck Wear 25 Cent Neck Wear .' RURIMISHI1NGS- '. . . .'..-.- .. .- .." -- Sic . 3Sc be-cai- se m n 1 50 1 75 A Large line of Wash Ties Negligee Shirts at , .20c ".. 5c 45e m Kg E verythingr in our house goes at this Clearance Sale, no object, as indicated by our quotations. and new We want to sell the goods. Prices Give us a look. No old goods, everything fresh pijNUBIAH raniJI rHlE l3frH nd Rich-ardso- nj it K,Tii9:;Clojtliik, 3Muh5 .The. Hatter, $ti Parmsfcer.; 4 -- 2fi0h-ImvU- U it. Dmocrat. II - , 1 n, Ui mMKHHWHi , .5 -- "": T - it j "T5 L j 5TPp3jjgMjlBPWBMpJjBMPWW ly s2l tjr . ne 5- ,&,- - - ..ralF ?! kT-- -- ,V V r m. .iS-S- ZJVPm - 2"" if'- - o -'-. - 4 Sl"--J Print " ALL WOMEN Should know that the Oid Time" Remedy, Moil tIn li QidiuU My 1. 1838 Mwij, a.m. 6 6 SO EEeCt D VILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. tfIz$k ' i THE TRUTHFUL 'SINGEFiU ''w'tfw'w'w'x'i JOW are the chil dren this summer? Are they doing well? Do they get all the benefit, they should from their food? Are their cheeks and lips of geod clor? And are they hearty and robust in J can not sing: the old sens; EAST BOUND. Lve Frankfort. KlLhorn. bniticr. btamping Grwand DuralU Georgetown. fare ueorgeiown.. Arr Newtown. . p.m. S 3 oo 3 6 51 7 02 7 OS 7 20 k m 20 X 32 S 48 58 4 06 mkimitBL Hrc4ff ij KWliVv Tfi &sX7jTf waK amJaTI T??V VWl9Sk i is gn I I m Centrerille. Elizabeth Pans Paris WEST BOUND. iilUI ajn. 8 f M?J9b tWBiBv )4fi 2S& aaM WVaV B& To warble lorth the wilda untruths . That in their lines arc hid. Oh! never did I dream I dwell In any marble hall, .And never, never did I ask ToliLe a soldier fall. 3Iy old folks never lived an hour My principles forbid . surrender. , July lp. Bombandment "continued and investment completed. July 13. Truce. " July 14 Santiago surrenders. J uly 15. Commissioners motto ar- HH tllHIM IMW range terms. d!mBk$i" OF SYRUP OF - p.m. ,II1M QjiPiLUi THE KCEUENCE Ire Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown. Georgetown Georgetown Duvalla. Arr Stamping Ground. 8wiUer ElWiorn. Ie " .10 10 10 11 11 11 20 S1 38 48 06 40 58 10 35 55 5 30 n 42 r. 48 r 58 DM ( 48 e J125 59 T08 7 20 Aj-on- t FrantJort BERCAW, Gen'l VtA. C. OEO. B. HAiPEB, Gen'l Snpt. Frankfort, Kentucky. FKS originality and i,s due not only to the simplicity of the combination, but also to the oar and skill with tPhich it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CxuroKau. Eio Srnur Co. only, Mdve with to hoprass upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remdy. As th renuine yrup of Drij aranuf actujaal h ...... .a 4. j 5t only. M r Zr s O p: I z : : p r. a. . ? z: t r z sq 5 - c2So oo2 C a 5 nauaufacturid ? other pa ' tiw. ttne high tending of tho Qah- Co. with the mediTaxH. Flo cal profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup ft Figs has riven to millions of famines, makes tho 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 tho kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not grip nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. susi.t iutii ,JE&rlceSH! w5o voilinjftl CiT.ironxiJP'ia Stwjb Co. 'a iJ1 orklfc Snp I 5 5f o Louisville, kj. sax rn an Cisco. cl jiew jan5-l- y touk. k. t-- On any Saunee Uiver; 1 never called them old folks for The name fair makes me shiver. .And never did I han(j a harp On any willow treo, Jlnd Annie Laurie never gicld A promise true to me. 1 never said to any one. Then you'll remember me; e'er implored JJor any wood-ma- n To spare a single tree. I never cared to live a life Upon the ocean wave; J never mourned for Lilly Dale Nor hung about her grave. never lived in any cot J Nor cottage by the sea, Nor no lone rock in that daimp place Was ver loved by me. I iiucr set Uis foot of mine , In any Hazel Dull, Kor drank from any bucket made of oak. That hung in any well. Bold Privateer I net er was, Nor owned an Old Dog Tray; Nor Gipsy Countess ever woed: Nor loved a Nslly Gray. No Old Kentucky Home was mine, I ne'er came through the Re, And called John Anderson my Joe, In no sweet So ask me not to sing again Those old mendacious songs. For I've reformed, because I see No truth to them belongs But let me sing some nobler air-And fill you with delight. times Or ele I'll make a red-hIn this old tow n Puck. every way? If not, then give them Formal cnpltulation paper signed by Geu. Toral. July 17. Old Glory hoisted over Santiago. July 18. Took possession of tho city. July 10 iiiili) lathe best for Femals TrcnWea. Corrects all Shonldbe taken for Cbiiri ol Lite nnd before Flatten "O'd Tims Kuneaies navo siuuu wo test for twenty jrears. Chill-BIrt- V JJ TRY Scott's Emulsion of cod liver oil 'with bypo-phosphil- es. Boh Moore, of Lal'ayetto, Ind , sajs that fur constipation he has fouud De-Wit- t's Little Early Bisers to fect. They never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & be per"Wines. We take pleasure in calling the irable attention of our readers to the advertisement of Kentucky University in this and other issues of our paper. It has a full and able Facu'ty, who do faithful work, as its hundreds of prominent and successful alumni, and a large number of students every year testify, It is one of the oldest, best and leading colleges in the couiitry, and affords ample means to our young men anil women to obtain a good, helpful educa tion, 'lho tuition in tho Literary course is only $22 a year. It is very accessible, being located in Lexington, which has fine railroad connections from every section. Send to President R. Lin. Cae for catalogue. fa-- V CANDY CATHARTIC JOc 25c. 50c. septa-iy It never fails to build up delicate boys and girls. It gives them more flesh and better blood, is just so with the baby also. A little Scott's Emulsion, three or four times a day, will make the thin babv plumo and 1 1 prosperous. the furnishes with 'youag body just the material " Mads only by Ifcw Spencer Jfedldne Co., Chat- - uinosa, L"iinr3r tit Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-lyG. White. r ALL DRUGGISTS. growing necessary for and nerves. bones All Dracctsta. nc and Si. SCOTT & Bowme. Chemists, N. Y. IE e-1- 2 Hj MMtf m kmm & SEj?:SS2 Thousands of persnnshavo been cured of piles by using Do Witt's "Witch Hazel Salve. It heals promptly and cures eczema and all skin deseases. It gives immediate relief. Douglas it Wines. p 05 o o o 'J. tsiw!in?iw. lSDo. Two, 2VC, 0TTatlo ultimatum to Spain demanding tlie evacuation of Cuba within three days. April 20. The Cuban resolutions sighted by the President. April 20. Spanish Minister Tolo y Bernabe asks for his passports. April 21. The United States Minister, Gen. Woodford, is riven his passports in Madrid. April 21. Spain's severance of diplo matic relations held to bo a declaration of war. April 22. North Atlantic squadron sails to blockade Cuban parts. April 22. First shot fired when tho United Mates gunboat JNasliviiie cap tured the Spanish coast trader Buena Win your battle against disease by acting promptly. One Minute Cough Cute produces immediate results. When take early it prevents consumption. And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief. Douglas & Wines. Special Sea-Sho- from a vieit at Moberley Station. Mr. Alf. Lee and wife, of Mobeiley Station, have been visiting Mr. an Mrs.d Matt Lamb, of this place, for several days. Mr. W. A. Moberley, who recently had his house and contents destroyed bi'fire, is erectinga now dwelling at the same place. Miss Lillio Harris, of near Moberley Station, ha-- , been visiting her cousin, Miss Lizzie B. Lamb, of this place, for the past week. E C. Blanks, of Lewisville, writes that one box of Do Witt's Hazel Sale was worth $30.00 It cured his piles of ten years Texas, Witch to him. stand- "Is 5? ADVERTISE o WITH US, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE." c Dold li--I- ce. , 01 o wa This is the grateful expression of the thirst)' soul who tastes the liquids cooled b' ice made from distilled water by pure the Richmond Ice Facto-r- r notice. 09ft. oa. 0a... eoa.. eaa... 3Sa...OOOa. (! OOM Pto... .: a".. ...... .... ;;..T? ooo9eoooeooooeoo a -- o:., . " - . , . Jh A AKMH K S Plow,j -- T5 n Tra vr . .. a i mKx -a- 5-. o o o SB.- Do you need a A Harrow, Excursions via Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. ing. He adises others to try it. It also cures eczema, skin diseases and obstinate sores. Douglas &. Wines. Dewey .. ESPFree delivery, in any quantity, and on short CO. saa.. GO 03)aa Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other ffll zr-- Of)a. CCa... We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled riows, ami Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a cornplcte line of Hardware, StoTes and Tinware. Tin Hootlog and Quttct Inz a Specialty. !ii -- e ...QQ a0 ...aeO 'aas ..as ...aac -C aa SO od ssss Four of the bet Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. Tue of Trains at Wnchcter, WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and IyxiHgten Accoai Xastern Kxprev, for Lounville LexiagtOH Aecora. Morvtuad New lark LimitWl 1 V V Ky. 55 am 7 38 am S 68 pm 4 50 pin K ad In the Prudcntal, you aie offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. Id Accident Inurance we again gne the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 261 Second Street, Ua'Stelrs. je2-l- y 4- - EAST BOUND LexiBfrton and Moreltead Accom. New York L initcd F F V Lexington and Mt SterliBg Accom Washington Kxire--s -- II 9 15 am 5S am 6 30 pm 9 23 pni Feb. 23. Insurrection breaks out in three of Cuban's six provinces. March 1. Fourteen hundred additional Spanish troops sent to Cuba. March 31. Gen. Antonio Maceo proclaimed commander of tho insurgent army. April 13 Flor Crombet, insurgent leader1, killed at Palmerito. April 14. Captain General Cajella displaced by Campos. May 14 Battle of Guautanamo; 400 Spanish killed by insurgents under Ventura. - ifc ordBORl.rW U w A t . - AceemmodatioB trains run daily except Sun-dOthrr train ran dsilj Threnffh slrt ping and dining car ervice to New York Kor inform it i n rate's or sleeper reservations K HOOD AipntLiNRj , call on or nt ItichmoKl K A. ITBUKNSGAS? i j hum: LexinjrWtfi. IU ) Ths - e Acctjlene Gas Dicycle Lamp. . Kv n n!.LMn -- No Sera SOOT, SMOKE, EASIER THAN -- EYE : rim' 5&PS s The present che 'nit of Illinois C entra) Railroad in addition to Khurtrning the time to Meraphi and New Orleans ha" made it Easier Than Ever to rech ail iioints in Arkansas Texas. Mexico Anion and California The spVendid train st rvict with which the Illinois Central s Memphis and Ne Orleans estibuled "Limited " is tiipped makes it "Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The ( entral is the onlv line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the bouth, also a weekly Pullmta Tourist Car for California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville oiery Thursday 8 ISam Arr Memphis Fndav. 7 45pm Arr New Orleans FtmIsv 8 2Upm Friday Lve NewOrleans 5ara Arr Houston bamrdav 4 45pm Arr San Antonio 3 45pm Arr Klpaso andav 9 2upm Arr Los Angeles Monday i 15pm Arr ban Francisco Tuesday Uu a Tbc nor DAKGER H It caa't jarorblow cut lilenn Oil Lamp. J ABSOLUTELY Lteht costs 1 of s cent an hour Throws arlear uliile licht Pu fret alieai. Send for circul ir an learn alKHit tho . . . . Greatest D.cvclc L:cp ol the Year From j our dealer or isnt prepaid 'or I C. nn Vf.uu. Tm mitt; Ettt t fabPEU. at PartWs desiring to malt a eomfortable rip to the ttirntorv mentioned will do well to Panea-gewith K II Fowler, Traveling Agent. Louisville K Wji. Alpord Hrcxovn. A O A.. Lonisville, Ky A H Han.on. O I' A , dt(23-- l Chiiagu Hi i BADGER SRA3S MF6. GO. KCOSHA, Wit. T sr VSIU" ' T- - s r jlyS-B- t Uadaritbvdr M Ml i Dr. irsmu Hllsrf PalB rilta. - n i hi i i i g r&i WW m HLB 111 II T . n lil i E 111 -Ki 'Vase Xfiblu Xo. V.. 'Qaimz dar, llaj , Wte c. Mm tsl BOCtD VtraiUfS K ' bolasviilc Va , v "View MiMiub X. 'tiWKid. No 1 No Z ; lEx sun Ex bun Cx Sun A M. 10 M 11 64 11 36 Is: Sais il 9Clas- s- P M. 6 52 7 8 8 S 85 A M 5 6 8 8 30 48 20 50 9 15 o ALE The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he oScrs at private sale; situated at FARM ORf - W 13 SO 1141 I'nion P. K. 12 12 12 12 13 16 38 3S 11 86 Moberler. Panola BraDekl Irviue " j w kst jievNO. Irvine Pattola HraMfietd Union K'chrooad Million Valley View Xicholssvi le Versailles Mtwrtey on the waters of Silver Creek It is well wa tered. There is no better land in Madison county. N'o 2 Xo. 4 S'oTSNoTi0 It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by Kx bun Ex Sun Ex bun Ex bun turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, A. M. P. M". etc, within a half milesf White's Station Post P. M. A. M 11 55 2 (U Office, Ufa miles from Bichmond. 1 05 2 25 d THUMa Sale will be made cash 1 20 2 30 1 45 2 44 balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, 2 47 address 6 05 .. 3 16 2 15 IK 10 00 10 05 10 25 in 40 11 35 WHITE'S STATION, one-thir- 6 20 31 6 58 7 50 G 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 I 3 00 3 25 4 JO 6 10 feb3-t- f Geo. D. White, WhiU's Station, Ky. P M. P. M. P M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C. X O. A.T. P trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. UOCK, Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS. Superintendent. AM DR. CAL s,YRUP WELL'S N PEPSI W' CURES INDIGESTION. WAf;TED AORNTS to ecll our Printlnir Presses, ulcaniicrs, liaggago and Key Chocks. Stncl and KubbcrStamps, Seal Tresses. Stencus. &c J. F. W. DOIt.MAN CO, ' l'Jl E.FaroteSu,Balto,Mil.Catalogofrcc 3V OS la BsyBopyn. 57v RAILWAY. KETvBHf CEY J i;bcwii BiiK.&K. Aiertci 20 YEARS IN OHIO. iSail 7 , May 1. 16CR. Ko.1 9 Warn SO. ydtf svOTnmn P Ar ShlLj-v.llAr Iji'reijrib g At Vtw Ar Ixinrwn LMsvfle i)am Spte4 'j lfiam CeCpm o.45aai 7 7 (t3jpml 7.4Sbta B.07pm 10 The Leading Speclilists ef 1! c LeXri. j Iv Versai! es. Ar Ar Ia rceJ g e Ar Ar wwf ruocMi ami aSpa OJpra m ' 250,190 Cured. 4im : 4 40pm &.0-ip- "EfSJra WECliRESTPvlETURE Thoufands &t voanc and middlA-Acmen are troubled with thu disease man v uecunsciuuely. Ibcy may have a smart ing sensation, fmall, twisting stream, rlurn cutting pains at times, tliehtdis- ehargo, difliculty in commencing, weak emisf ionp. and all thosymptomi of nervous dsbilit they havo brKIC- iUUlC Den t let doctors experiment on you, by cutting, stretching, or tearing you. 'ihiswill nntcureTnu.asitwillre- tcrn. Oar MJW 3IL1H0D TKEAT-MEX- T tbsorbi the stricture tissue; hiaca removsi the strict uro permsnently. It can nerer return. No tiain. no suffer. in;, no detention from business by sur mjtnoti. inescxuaiorgansarestrength-ened- . Tho narres are invigorated, and the blips of manhood returns. ,! hhellvi Loui-i"f- c tien Chair KASTHOt Tralns Si 1 ' m. ll 2 jiasiam, 7f)pn: .Warn and 6 carry Free Obrvs- BTATlQs:S. Sib7.Trn 8.35am !.30)m S.5nm fi.l'Jpm, 6.i3an -- f ixyv ji k (Kum 4 rji.m 7jim M. "tlSTBOOMl. No. is i'Xa or vi. Ar llaroKiAr Ar Uuiia r 'v I.v Iulvi! r i'rtM-tr.- vrnsThorKB. Vo.12. Vo. Ik I0a5sic Ar . pic iJ3in Lv 4pi -- , 7 TSam 7X&am WCSTDOCaO. BTATiOMC.yo.i,16. 45pn? 7iwnnLv LoulsvilAr ijcpiri 0 a rn Ar Ar EASTROUSU. a.am X7am No.S; fp Ar Verslles Ar 8.05 r; 4 lrm 7 lipm 11 10sm Ar Midway Ar 7 4oam ISSpm Tiipm !2.(B?re.Vr Goorgtu Lv 7 l.Vtm Z.09jfti WESTDOCM). J S. lr-- No. 1 No. a. statio?ihI tXo. 6. tSo. s. i - 5 oat 4Joparrj. Loulsvll Ariwiam TVPm IClSJm e.StpniJlr Ven.llet Ar 7.0aiB S.Tim lUriam 7.2jum Ar Nicblvill Af CbiUm 4.10iim lL5s1im 1 Ar Hlchmx) I.t Mam' J.lr LUiym Ar Irvine Lvi 6TATIOKS. No. L No. j. Lv Louisville. Mam 7.45nm Ar Lexington lS.4.im Ui45pm 8.15pm T. ixim Ar KnoxvHlo.. . Ar AsncvUle v Lj.pm .. I 5.10am Ar Savannah .. Ar Ja.notyrllle - - ) 8.15am : Ar hattanooga . .... Ar Atlanta. . . ..... KOuumilLlOam Ar Mat-oKltaral.. Ar Jacksonville .,. impair 3ra ..1 .... tv fi i Ai Einniiwham Ar Meridian tra ManooTa ... h Ar'VwOrUlis .... Xo 1 LPVigam lU'VniH.lDnm am txieam 7. 40rTn ULtsim ftTboaFacds of. young and raiJdlo-agemm are havinir their sexual vnror and vitality continually sapped by this e. They are frequently unconscious ofthosauteof these svmntoms. (leneral malraea, Unnatural Distkargcs, iail-in- r Manhood. Nervonsness. loor Mem oir. Irritability, at times Smarting hunken iyes. with dark circles. mac xiaez. ueneral Uepresuon. Lack of Ambition, Varicocele, bhrunken Parts, etc. GLEET and STRICTURE marbotieeaue. Don't consult family doctors, as they have no experience in theie special diseases don't allow Quitcks to experiment on Tan. Consult Specialists, who hat o mads a life study of lueae of .Men and Women. OsrUEW METUOU will cure you. One thousand dollars for a casa we acoept for treatment and canaotcarc Terms moderate for a cure. d da-evSn-sallo- n, WECUREXiLEET-- posi-tire- ly is t j. carrlc froc Chair w Iex.uoc uicre coanectint nIuH hMe I'raia carryiiuc thr-ujjar (sr mil nlsthsau Hernias n1 tank uljo mi.tescluw sjptiouscaa it for Atlanta i.sMa. JaJbtonriiln " ixqi-tjMf- tv.iam CURES GtfARANlEED Vn n.- treat and riire; EMIKSf two GLET. ::lt?TDKE.tMPO IKC11 i(i CY. SECRET a& Ji,MPSTYt ton LAI)UKKlif.. ctivsmA? rknz. books giTiSTjojf A1A. osrtcn ti swia r?a in .yjtsoB Cb 2 K. m .J)m ibnaa Slender TjoulsirkU K r'lJT3!ln);hm. aim. Wmn& I'wiojdUAj .Vei.flLxlrjirto)flPwBii tQaHr cacantSuuda v. LouUTlHCkfr Wxn1 April 22. President's proclamation to all nations declaring the blockade of Cuban ports. April 23. Tho President's call issued for 125,000 volunteers. April 24. Spain's first shot at United States from maik batteries at on the United States gunboat Foote. April 20. President's proclamation issues on Spanish vessels in United States ports. April 27. Asiatic sqnadron sails Gomez. from Hong Kong to meot the Spanish leader, Jote fleet at May 19. Insurgent the Philippine Islands. Marti, repulsed at Kios April 27. United States cruisers May 21. Gen. Gomez and 700 cavalry New York, Cincinnati and monitor repulsed at Uios. Puritan silence the batteries at Nov. 17. Gen. Macco, near Santa Clara, with 1,900 men, defeats 2,S00 April 2S. United States gunboat Spanish troops. Newport captured the Spanish sloop Dec. 2.'5. Campos (10,000 men) meets Kngarica. Gomez (7,000 men), and is repulsed April 28. Spanish forls at Cabanas with great losses. demolished by guns of flagship New 1890. York. Feb. 10. Weyler displaces Captain May 1. Spanish fleet under Admiral General Campos. Moutejo defeated and destroyed by Feb. 12. Eighteen thousand new United States squadron, Commodore Spanish troops sent into the Held. Dewey commanding. Fen. 17 VeIer issues his reconcen-trad- o May 2. Congress appropriated proclamation. for the army of invasion. March 1. The trocha is established. May 2. Naval bill for thirty-fivApril 11. Maceo crones the tiochn new warships sent to the President for with 3,000 men and drives back the his signature. Spanish. May 2. Martial law proclaimed in July 9 11. Gomez ins the battle of Madrid. Najasa after fifty minutes' lighing. Dewey bomMaj' 2. Commodore Oct. 1. The rebellion up to this time bards the defenses of Civile. has cost Spain $230,000,000. May 3. President names Major and Dec. 4. Gen. Antonio Mateo killed Brigadier Geuerals of volunteers. by treachery. May 4 Admiral Sampson's fleet Dec. 10. Gen. Ruiz IJivera succeeds sails under sealed orders. Maceo. May 7. Commodore Dewey's rejiort 1897. on battle of Manila received. Eleven Aug. S Premier Canovas of Spain Spanish warships destroyed and no aisashinated. Americans killed. Oct 2. Weylcr recalled by theSa-gast- a May 7. The President in the name Liberal Ministry on pressure of the people congratulates Comraodora fcm the United States. Dewey. Nov. 27. Decree from government at May 9. Commodore Dewey is made Madrid granting autonomy to Cuba. Rear Admiral. 1S9S. May 11. Ensign Jlegley and four Jan. H United States battleship men on gunboat AVinslow killed in enMaine ordered to Havana on a peaceful gagement off Cardenas. mission. May 11. Gen. Miles named to lead Feb. 10. De Lome, Spanish Minister, army of invasion in Cuba. recalled for unwarranted personalities May 11. United States steamships reflecting on President McKiuley. Marblehead, Nashville and Hudson Feb. 15. The United States battleattack batteries nt the Cieufuegos. ship Maine blown up in Havana harAmerican loss, four killed. bor and 2GG lives lo!t. May 12. Admiral Sampson's fleet Feb. 17. United States Board of In- shells forts and land batteries at San quiry on the loss of the Maine appointJuan, Porto Rico. ed. May 17. United States establishes Feb. 20. Spanish cruiser Vizcaya censorship on press dispatches. anchors ofTStaten Island, N. Y. May 18. A new Spanish cabinet is Feb. 22. Spanish Board of Inquiry formed. reports the destruction of the Maine an May 19. Minister of Marine in Madaccident of internal organ. rid announced Admiral Cervera'a fleet .March 9. Emergency bill, S50.000, at Santiago de Cuba. COO for United States coast defenses, May 20. Secretary Long officially passed. confirms report of Spanish fleot off San.March 2a. 1110 i'resiueiit sends a tiago de Cuba. message with the Maine report to Con May 21. Charleston sails with first re gress. lief supplies for Admiral Dewey. April 9. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee and June 6. Admiral Sampson bomother Couusuls leave Cuba. bards and destroys batteries at SanApril 11. The President sends a message to Congress recommending tiago de Cuba. Juno 9. Fortifications at Guauarmed intervention in Cuba. tanamo Bay destroyed. April. 15. War Department orders Juno 10. Marines land at regular troops to the coast. Four United States and forty April 16. The intervention resolu(estimated) Spanish soldicis killed. tions passed by the Senate. Juno 14 Fifteen thousand United April 19. The House passes the inStates troops leave Tampa for Santiago tervention resolutions. April 19. The President prepares an de Cuba. June 15. The second relief expedition sails for the Philippines. Only the tor- June 20. Geu. Shatter's armada aptares of the AS pears off Santiago. dixval rack comparable t June 21. Shatter, Garcia, Rabi and agonies nh: :h f . Z?&& Sampson consult about landing place. many won Sstffar through June 22. Army lands at Daiquiri inh 1W)1 irf vasion of Cuba begins. fi June 23. Forward movement on Santiago by land beiiins. June 24. First important conflict takes place near Seville, five milesfrom Santiago. One thousand American cavalry attack a Spanish position and the oecali weaknesses force the enemy to retreat. Gen. Shatand diseases of their ter reports the American lobs ten men feminine structure. cite, Netiring less than unbearable torment killed. Other reports place the num would induce women to submit to the intolerable methods of the ber killed sixteen and forty to fifty average doctor in dealing with diseases of wounded. this nature. June 2C Shatter occupies Se villa. ThaJ there is "a better way" than these June 27. Sliafter within three mite detestable " examinations " and "local ap- is a truth which some women of Santiago. ave yet to learn, although thousands are June 28. Third Miuila expedition already re joiciHg in the knowledge. Thev have found in Dr. Pieice'a Farorite Pre- - sails. scstntisn tSe one unfailing t - . "...-- . which June 29. -Eirst expedition arrives at neais lexmmne weaknesses at ueir very source. This marvelous "Prescription'' Manila. restores absolute health to the internal JuueSO. Caney evacuated by Spanorganism; stops weakening drains and ulcerated conditions, gives elastic strength iards. to the supporting ligaments, vitality to the 1. Outer defenses of Santiago, July nerve centers, and complete womanly vigor ' taken. to tbe entire constitution. It s the- perfect fortifier and regulator of July Juan, near Santiago, women at every critical period in their jj development; from the time when they faken. menre into womanhood until the " change July 3. Shatter demanda simender of life." It ,is the one medicine which majies motharhood safe and almost free of Santiago. fro6 pain. July 3. Cervera'B fleet destroyed. A. lady StvMcr at 7 Park Avenue, Chicago, Ills.. July 5. Camara's fleet ntSuez writes; "I, mjself, M. ifrmly Howe, female weakness and suffered a Timg abac from seemed July C Spanish cruiser 'Alfonso to t roiair im a decline. Took several botUes Ma-tanz- as Ma-tanza- The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, will run the following excursions to on dates named. The tho tickets will be good going on regular trains, to which necessary sleeping cars will be attached. On July 19th and August 11th, to Atlantic City and Cape May via Washington, round trip rate $14 from Lexington and correspondingly low rates from other Central Kentucky points. Tickets good eleven days returning. On July 2Sth, a round trip rate of $13 will be made to Old Point Comfort, Ya. Tickets good going on regular trains and good returning twelve davs. This is the best timo to visit Old Point, owing to the interesting military manuexers. Send in your name for sleeping car space or for any information desired. Gfco. V. Baknky, D. P. A . Lexington, Ky. Sea-shoro The Second Al Whiles Slalion. long-jawehump-barked, "Fink" Harlow, a Buekleu's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give peifect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 2o cents per box. For sale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to AV. G. White. declo ly s. ?35,-720,9- CORRESPONDENCE. KWGST0JSr. IDelajeil. Miss Elliston is the guest of Mieses e Edna and Ethel Rice, near here. Mr. T. C. Witt, who has been quite low of typhoid fever, is now convales- cing. Mrs. Sallie West and Miss Isgregg, ot Paris, Ky., are visiting Misses Helen and Ula Terrill. Herman Seoville, of London, is with l, hiscousins, Wallace and Charles for a few days. Mr. J. II. Farris is having his residence which will improve tiie looks of it very much. Miss Minnie Munday, of Stanford, is spending a few days with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Butner. The following havo been added to our sick list since last week.: Mrs. J. R. Azbiil, Miss Julia Moran and Mr. J. J. Barcla-- . The two latter have fever. Mr. Oscar Weaver and little sister, Maiy, of Louden, after several days stay at the home of their uncle, Mr. J. II. Farris, left last Monday for "Winchester to visit relatives there. Az-bil- worthless looking fellow, having the general appearance of a man that would scare at his shadow, who resides at Farristown, came down to Potts & Duerson's mill, at Whites Station a few days since and seeing Mr. Robert Duerson present requested him for tho payment of a little account. Mr. Duerson denied owing Harlow anything which, of course, brought on short words, and concluded that the quickest way to settle the matter would be to g'ue "Fink" a good thrashing. He invited him off of his little donkey and as he hit tho ground Mr. Duerson threw a large sledge hammer at "Fink," but like the Spaniards when firing at Uncle Sam, it missed tl mark. Harlow threw the sludge back at Mr. Duerson with a gigantic force as he ran into the mill, which came near bursting a hole through the floor, and the bystanders, George White and Rob Potts, thinking that "Fink" was goiugto bombard the mill in regular Dowey stvlc. began to scamper for safety quarter. Mr. Duerson jumped into h large tool chest and after having Dob Potts to lock lum up securely, iiob found quarters in a corn sheller. Geoiw White ran up stairs to get Tom. McKinn, a man who works at the mill to save him, and McKinn says itwi3 with much difficulty that he prevented Mi. White from jumping out a sixty-foo- t window into the race. Harlow feeling that he had e Duernon bottled up safely was all the timo yelling to the top of his voice and piling up rocks near the door Retting in position to bombard his enemy if he could succeed in getting him out But deciding that this thing of getting any one out of a harbor when they are securely bottled up has become a very dilhcult task of late, "Fink" give it up that he was outdone and rode off. out-sid- David R. Tevis, MANAGER. fe. I f 'i . . . J sfoaasaaasssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'Os. sWVVWSWV"a""a"WWVtVlPs9waTaaTwsaiawsWvvsVwwwiwsaisBTWBsP' aaaaaa' e9aeeieeeoaeeoQeeeaaso . . .?. i T1 iLJE .. P. Read Thi3 I I have rented for 189S the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at mv ofhee over Messrs. White &. Gibson's store. with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARRISH, Attorney and Agent Jan26-t- f 0E0. W. RILEY I Sr' mmrz m --lw rtr rilwar We Don .'.v i V as a Cr e " O ' i. irr.T ir. Know a Thing! 3 v Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Uelerv Capsules. Shelbvville, Ky., May 20, '96. To Wright "MeJical Co., Col., 0 : Uents I have purchased a bos of Wriuht's Celery Capsules fromG. N. Middelton, druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they isive me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Rilev. Of , About the summer. every pair regardless color of footwear for next Therefore we propose to sell of our present stock at once V M A B of cost. i r r t X g k iYRUP PE1PSS CONSTIPATION.! 'CURES Wanted-- An Protect your Ideas: ther may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WEUnERDORN & CO.. Patent Attor-seyWashington, D C. for their 1.SU prize oiler and list or tno nuntlrod Inventions n&ntwl. DR. CALDWELL'S 8 4 ii We will not carry over a pair and the nnce we are making on them Avill accomplish the object. It will pay t 11 you to can at once ana maitc your selections. . T v 4 Idea SSSs 3 H M ' Tl. Freeman Bros. "X",. I fit! Ol 1 .Kii HIST bTKH.T. IEXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' a..ar 3a: J - aa: MCT,t..c;ai B- -J !.. ;.;:rsfir'vj K SOUTHERN kaaaaH Anyone sending a aketch and description quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Handbook on Patents lent free. 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Safest Investment .'. Largest Profits. OVER $104,000 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER S39.000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. SEMI ANNUAL STATEMENT FOK RUTUTON. Mrs. James Tudor, of nearNowby, Is quite ill with fever. The prospect for a good corn crop in this locality is good. Mr. W. A. Moborley has been quite sick for the past few days. Mr. J. E. Todd, of Berea, was in this locality on business last week. Wheat threshing is in full blast in this locality the yield is good. Mrs. George W. Roberts, who has been quite ill w(th malarial fever for several das is slowly improving. Mrs. Nancy Martin is quite ill with malarial fever at the residence of Mr. James Tudor, near Newby. Mr. John Crank and eon, of Berea, lias been the guest of Mr. Wm. Crank, of this place for several days. Miss Lizzie B. Lamb, S. J. Roberts and Thomas Lamb have just returned Howard Elliott. L. "W. Wkeley Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. iiiii CALL AT4-M- - TIIE SIX 3IOTIIS KNDI.MJ JUXE 20, IbtM. t s5 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. WM'Wi in Total"Number of Coupons Issued... Total Number of Coupons Paid Total JuuibeJ of Coupons Lapsed... Total Number Coupous in Force 1I,2IS 2,27S 1,472 3,750 Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city aive dispensed Roofing, Guttering by and accomnio- and General datin'r clerks. up-to-date of - 7,4ys Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Job Work. fl Gaun-tanam- o. Phone 3. Ricmtojn), Second St. KY. unii m ?i"- Total Paid on Coupons Redeemed. Total Passed to Reserved Fund RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEME.NTS. Income from December 20, 1S97, to June 2G, 18US TMSBUKSED $104,923 21 3S,733 44 $39,072 21 40 im $23,C0S Coupons Redeemed P;ikcd to Reserve....... ...... .... ..... ..M.........H o, Jo Otlices - 7,340 U Wl Expense Home, Ixmisville, Cincinnati, Chicago ...... 651 Dividend on Capital Stock, at 4 ........... 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