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From Extreme MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1898. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and dclicloua. Counly Court Days. ' NUMBER 9. Nervousness. PEACE TERMS. Will Not Be Suspended Except on Mt. Sterling, Ky., Aug. 1. SaturFr.EriKRiCKsnuHK, Aug. 1. Prince Washington, July 3a The cabinet day night at a dance on Grassy Lick, Lismarck is dead. He passed Assurance of Spain's Acceptdiscussed the president's answer to six miles from this city, Alex and Clem peacefully shortly before 11 o'clock ance of Our Terms. Spain's peace proposal and reached Morton, brothers, murdered Enis Ma- Saturday night. au-a- foot of Anirlcin Soli Mot Be Fr Frum SpanUk Rule When tho Treaty Has Brfn Signed. WAR CONTINUES. KILLED AT A DANCE. Two llunlercrt Are lUillus In a Cornflrld Near Mt. Sterling With An Anry Mob SJnrrountllnc-It- BISMARCK DEAD. The Iron Chancellor of Otrmany Sneenmbs to the Grliu Dentrryer Ills Death Wa lVacefuL Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. rasMrafKgj pom POWDER BAJUNO Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. him in the laclc They immediately pcrspiratiou from his forehead. They Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Not for war, but to join our army of Cuba. made their escape, butare thought to bo were: "Thanks, my child." Monday. customers. We are now offering many Cession of one of the Ladrone is An Entire Army Division Ordered to The whole family was assembled at located in a cornfield about three Reinforce Gen. Jlilcs in Porto Clark county, fourth Winchester, great bargains in Corsets, Black and lands to the United States as a coaling1 bedside at the time of his death, miles from here, and 200 men have the Eico Immediately. Monday. station and tho cession to the United Colored Dress Goods. surrounded the field. Officers from and Dr. Schweninger, Dr. Chrysander States of at least a coaling- station in Absolutely Pure Merck were Versailles, woodfonl county, fourth here have gone out to try to save and Baron and Baroness the Philippines. Monday. Preparations at Montauk Faint for tho 15 1 the brothers' lives, but as Mason was also present The question undecided is, what disceptlou of Gen. Sli.if irr'n Armj Hasrespectable Negro, a no one remedy can contain the Philiptened The Troops Notified of elements necessary to euro all dlseas--. position shall be made of the and his murder was entirely without POCES CO., SEW YORK. es. Is a fact well known to everyone. pine islands as a whole. It can bo Their Good I"ortunr. provocation, it is thought that the Dr. Miles System of Eestoratlvo Remedies stated that there is practically no difmob surrounding the field will not consists of seven distinctively different ference of opinion In the cabinet on "Washington; Aug. l. The progress yield up the men. THREE AMERICANS WOUNDED preparations, each for its own purpose. the question of the retention of the made in the negotiations for peace has Reported every Tuesday at noon by Mrs. L. C. Bramlev. 37 Henry St., St. CathOur line of Wash Goods is complete and whole, all given rise in some quarters to an ex- To Kxcmpt New Jlanufactorles From City E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and erines, Ontario, 'writes: "For years I suf- Philippine islands as a Ponce, the largest City In Porto Rico, at most attractive prices. bcinij opposed to our pectation that hostilities are to be sus-- ' Taxe. Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. fered from extreme nervousness and annoy- tho members Surrenders to Gen. Miles' ing constipation, developing Into palpitation acquisition of these islands. There pended very soon. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 1. The genThis willdepend Command. and weakness of the heart. I was unable to has been no decision, however, as yet upon the attitude of the Span- eral council passed and the mayor sleep, suffered much from headache, pain In on the extent to whioh the govern- entirely EGGS 71c cash ; SJc in trade. ish government and the nature of its signed an ordinance exempting new "Washinotos, Jnly 30. The war demy left side, palpitation and a constant BUTTER-Cho- ice country, SJ15c. go in its decision respecting1 answer to our demands. partment has received the following feeling of weakness and prostration. I began ment will It has been manufactories from city taxes for a BEESWAX 2025c. using Dr. Miles Nervine, Heart Cure and the future of these islands, but it is made clear to the French ambassadoi period of five years. The main object dispatch from Gen. Miles: "WOOL Clear gTease wool, 1613c; n probable that the answer of the presi- that hostilities will not be suspended of the measure is to attract capital Nerve an Liver Pills and '.ho Poirr Poxce, Ponto Rico, via St Pills to xt'lleve sudden paroxysms of pain dent will express the willingness of except upon the assurance of a full ac and factories from points where taxes hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c Thomas, July 80. Secretary of War, and he&dnche. I soon felt much Improved this government to leave the matter of CHEESE Country, 10c. So when you visit the City don't fail to enceptance of our conditions and that he arc at present levied upon industries Washington: On the 26th Garretson and aches and weariness left and the Philip- has undoubtedly informed the Spanish and thus supply fields for the TIMOTHY SEED S1.60S1.60. had a spirited engagement on skirmish me. I tten took Dr. Miles' Restorative the future government of the roll your name on our roster to light high prices and advance the city's position CLOVER Tonic and am now restored to my former pines entirely in the hands of a joint cabinet that it depends upon Spain line. Our casualties, four wounded, and cheap material. Remember we will procommission to be appointed by this when the war shall cease. Meanwhile as a great commercial and manufacturEood health." BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip50 all doing welL Spanish loss, 3 killed, tect you in every purchase, large or small. Dr. Miles' Remedies government and the government of as an earnest that our government has ing center. The business men of the ; 13 wounded. Yauco occupied yes- 65a; extra clean, 6075c; fancy clean, BISMARCK AT EIGHT- -. are sold by all drugSpain. The probability is that tho not interrupted the execution of its city have been taking a deep interest IFrom his latest Berlin pbotosraph.! there pure seed, Sl$1.3o. Henry's division Miles' :Sj terday. gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle pRemediosg United States will insist upon a guar- campaigns an order was Issued from in the fate 'of the ordinance, and a today. Last evening Commador Davis NEW rOTATOES-507- 5e; Br.noEN. Norway, Aug. 1. The news antee of certain reforms in govern- the war department Sunday for tho delegation of commercial clubmen, benefits or money re- pof the Dixie, moved into this port, folBACON 8J10c. Restore Jy ment in the Philippine islands. condifunded. Book on dislowed by Capt. Iligginson with his dispatch of an entire army division tc headed by President E. II. Uacon, was of the alarming chango in the HAMS 10 lie. Health ,jg eases of the heart and E tion of Prince Bismarck reached Em fleet early this morning. Gen. Wilson Our answer will make no mention of reinforce Gens. Miles and llrookc in present to watch its passage. LARD 78Kc nerves free. Address, peror William late Saturday evening. with Ernst brigade now rapidly disthe money indemnity. Neither will Porto Rica This will be known as EK. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. MILLET $1.00(3S1.25. be any armistice at alL The the provisional division and will be Miss Hardin's Promise Cantes a Contro- - When the emperor was informed of embarking. there vrsy. the prince's death early Sunday moananswer will be in the nature of an commanded by Maj. Ueii. Wade, at presSpanish troops are retreating from ritANKFor.T, Ky., Aug. 1. A controKentucky Fair Dates. ing he was deeply affected and ordered southern part Porto Rico. Ponce and PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ultimatum, and if Spain does not ac- ent in command at Camp Thomas, is on as to whom Miss Pauline his yacht to return Immediately. .The cept it she will fare worse in the Chickamauga. He is to turn over versy Port have population 50,000, now un Tho following are the dates for holdfuture. The note from Spain, it is that command to Maj. Gen. llreckin-ridge- , Hardin, state librarian, promised the Hohenzollern, with the emperor on der American flag. The populace replace of assistant librarian, now held board, will reach Kiel Monday even- ceived troops and saluted the flag with ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far said, was a very adriot and equivocal inspector general of tho arjny, document, from reading which one and to report to Secretary Alger in by Frank K. Kavanaugh, of this city. ing. The flag on the yacht is flying at wild enthusiasm. Navy has several as reported to this oflice. Secretaries K. W. MILLER. Miss Roberta Barnctt, of Eminence, half mast would think the only question involvRailway or other officers will pleaso advise Washington for instructions before prizes, also 70 lighters. Attorxet-at-LaBeiilin, Aug 1. A special dispatch stock partly destroyed now restored. us of any errors or omissions in ed was Cuba. Apparently Spain miht departing for l'orto ltico, bringing withdrew from the race after several Kentucky. Richmond, not really have intended getting a di- with him his adjutant general and his ballots, and, she claims, transferred to the Lokal Anzciger from Fridrichs-ruh- c Telegraph communication also be- the list: all her strength to Miss Hardin, says: Lawienceburg, August 1G days. Office in the Burnam Building, next door to rect answer from us, but only to open ing restored. Cable instruments deaides. The provisional division will Ieb3-l. "The death chamber is on the ground stroyed. Have sent to Jamaica for Farmer's National Bank. diplomatic correspondence. This gov- consist of 15 full regiments and Gen. under promise that she should have Fern Creek, August 163 days. tt the position of assistant. Miss floor of the castle. The prince died on ernment will not have any such correShelbyville, August 24 1 days. is a prosperous and Vade will select them, not from says the deal was entered into an Oilcan bedstead specially for him others. This spondence but will make a straight-forwar- the troops under his old comsosr. Bardstown, August 30 5 days. beautiful country. The army will s"cr The soon be statement of Its present peace mand alone, but with particular through her representatives and Hon. from wood from Sachonwald. Lagrange, August 313 days. in mountain region; weather terms for Spain's acceptance or reac- reference to an equitable representa- Kobert Uarding, of Danville, the lat- end was preceded by a severe death delightful, troops in best of health Elizabethtown, September 0 1 days. representing Miss Hardin. Hard struggle and terrible pain. As he lies Attouney-at-Lation, naming conditions that, under tion in the l'orto Uican campaign ol ter and spirits; anticipate no InsurmountGlasgow, September 14 1 days. the circumstances, are reasonable and all of the states of the union. Secre- ing, it is savd, win prepare a state- his head is slightly fallen forward on able obstacles in future. Results thus - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND. Louisville, September 266 days. Miss Hardin. his breast and the hands are folded on far have been accomplished without even generous. tary Alper feels that his department ment to Otvensboro, October 4 5 days. Office over Taylor's Hard ware store, opthe counterpane. At the foot of the the loss of a single life. Public men who talked with the has been subjected to some unjust crit13 opesr House, on Main Street. Cnpu ltr!cU posite Court Paducsh, October 114 days. bed stand two watchers. president and members of the cabinet icism upon the selection of troops for Nelson A. Miles. Louisville, Ivy., Aug. 1. Capt John Lancaster. The city looks hardly different from adminis- active service and pronounces as withFriday positively assert the Major General. Patrick, of Company C, 4th Kentucky Versailles. II B. HOGG, tration has confidence in the sincerity out foundation the allegation that pol- regiment, and Miss Maria Tyler Saun- its wont, except that flags are at Pout Ponce, Porto Rico, July 29. Iiichinond. to go to that position ATTORNEY AT LA W. and motive of the Spanish note; that itics have dictated these assignments. Station, Ky., eloped to Sunday The first was Danville. the flag over the Secretary of War, Washington: Kentucky. the administration takes the view that In the case of the 5th Illinois volun- ders, of Brooks morninu RintMoxD, Jeffersonville Sunday night and were In the affair of tho 28th, Capt EdLebanon. this note is the beginning of the end, teer regiment, which was withdrawn married by Rev. W. W. Sheets. chancellcrie, which was lowered by ward J. Gibson, Co. A, was wounded Shepherdsville, and that the administration is prac- from the Porto Uican expedition They were accompanied by CoL the personal order of Prince Von Office No. 13 First St, up stairs. the imperial chaneollor. Then in left hip, Capt J. II. Prior, Co. L, Barbourville. tically certain the answer of this gov- in favor of the Indiana regiment David Oolson, commandant of tho 4th Horse Cave. ernment and the general terms it will just as the troops were about to board Kentucky regiment The groom is followed the flags at the foreign office slightly wounded in hand, Private James Drummond, Co. K, two wounds J. C. & D. M. OHENADLT, and the various public buildings. propose will be accepted by bpain. Bowling Green. the cars, it has been already explained a lawyer of Jackson, Ky., and the United States Ambassador White at in neck, and Private Bent F. g Adm. Dewey may be called to 'WasATTORNEYS AT LAW, skippers on the water, nor is thi picture produced Eminence. Or r.ny of Ihoe by authority that the change was bride a yovng lady of Brooks. They Bosbiok, Co. L, slight here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that Kentucky. hington later on to consult with the ad- made in recognition of the justness of drove from the young lady's home to noon Sunday sent the following dis- rigftt arm. All of 6th wound in Winchester. Richmond, Massachupatch to.Copnt Herbert Von Bismarck ministration as tn the general situa- the complaint that Illinois already Jeffersonville in a carriage Morganfleld. hich besetts. All doing welL The Spanish tion in the Philippines, the reforms had two regiments in active service at longs to the bride's father. They will at Frederichsruhe: b Oir.ce on Second street, over was precipit"On behalf of the whole American retreat from this place that are ncedtd in the present form of the front while Indiaaa had not ono. return to Brooks Monday. groeeiy. people,, whethor official or unofficial, ous, they leaving rifles and ammuni- "WE WANT TO government of the islands and the lo- Even in that case, however, The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, isstill behind his count VS where he has of whatever birth or descent, I tion in barracks, and 40 'or 50 sick In cation that should be reserved for our Alger did not make the selection of llox Cars or Kothtn. PnYSIOIAl been for over 31 years, in the good old town of Kichmoml. anil snll ready to wait upon the hospitals. The people are enjoying a coaling station there. Lexington, Ky Aug. 1. The in- tender congratulations the regiment to bo held back; ho simon his old customers, and as many new ones as will faor him w ith their patrondecided that Span- ply instructed the general command- creased business of the Cincinnati mighty career now ended and as- holiday in honor of our arrival. The cabinet also A age. His stoek is beinc added to constantly, and you will lind you can get Miles. K.GIBSON, DR. ish sovereignty m the entire Carri-bea- n ing the expedition to select one Illinois Southern railroad has created a heavy surances of the most sincere symn thing he tlb yo is goods cheaper and better there than any other place. SO. Capt. St. Thomas, D. W. L, July Uive him a call ami encoiirat just as represented, and you can rely on it. and West Indian waters must be regiment for detention without desig- demand for refrigerator cars on the pathy for yourself and your mourning AND SURGEON, PHYSICIAN UDavis, of the Vixen, received the je2!Mm. CUSTOMER OP OURS. home trade. This means that nating it. road and in consequence the Hercules family." Kentucky. utterly removed. JlCH'JOND, The Emperor Francis Joseph has capitulation of Ponce at 12:30 o'clock Rico and Cuba be renot only Porto Secretary Alger is hastening the Ice Co., of this city, has been informUR stock is at all times is linquished, but that the Spanish flag preparations at Montauk Point for the ed that it must accept box cars or telegraphed condolence to the family 6n Thursday morning, in his cabin, before the army arrived. The Wasp Cc.linj buildinc, iS and 20 Sec- must be taken down on every one of Oifice in the Joe nothing in which to ship ice to central and to Emperor William. much the lamest aud our reception of the Fifth array corps ern! Street, over Wmie eld drugstore. London, Aug. The space the and Gloucester were with the Vixen. prices always the lowest. the numerous small islands in this now at Santiago. Surgeon General .Kentucky towns. The ice company is The official and commercial repreThis is in accordance Sternberg has just dispatched CoLFor-woo- d kicking and threatens to take legal ac- morning papers Sunday devote to hemisphere. Wall Paper, 3cts. CIIAS. HOOKER, with a sentiment that has been growHowever there is no contract Prince Bismarck alone is ample testi- sentatives of the place begged him of his bureau to the site of tho tion. Window Shades, lOcts. mony .that the man of the century has not to bombard, and he received the weeks. ing for soinj JETERINARY SURGEON, camp with instructions ,to erect at between the ice company and the railSpanish colors from them. Lieut disappeared. Picture Frames, 25cts. Two other propositions were also once a (hospital capable of poor logic to agree that road for refrigerator cars. o Veterinary College. Graduate Ontario of. The indebtedness assumed was greater than Napoleon," Laines took, the alcaldes mace and sat "He disposed Mixed Paint, a strictly No. all meats arealike. Our meats less than 600 soldiers. roar Boys Drowned. by Spain and charged against both the 6aya the Daily Graphic, "for his work in the chair of justice and liberated 1 good one at $1.10 per gal. Gen. Snafter has been authorizare the best. We kill first-cla- ss Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. islands of Cuba and Porto Rico will Padccaii, Ky., Aug. 1. Jesse John.-so- endures. He was the greatest per- the political prisoners. recently, accu- White Lead and Linseed up sUir. over store ed by a cablegram from Secretary cattle, is wh- - we have In the fight at Guanica Tuesday the Fred Johnson, James Stewart and sonality of his century, the pivot on not be assumed by this government, Alger to notify his soldiers of the bv Richmond liarnebs sj , uh jm y apr7-lOil, strictly pure at fac always enjoyed a good share Uchmond, Ky. and moreover commercial treaties now good fortune in store for them in order Leather Stewart, ranging in age from which everything of importance in Americans were ambushed by the tory price. Spaniards. The Massachusetts and 13 to 10, were drowned Sunday in the the history o'f Europe has turned." of Richmond's patronage. existing between these island and oththat the men may be cheered up to river above this city. All lived in Pope We make 2 grades Carriage R. C. JASPJZR, M. D er portions of Spanish domain will ba wait with patience for The obituary in the Times occupies Illinois rejrimenls, under Gen. Gar Those that have not favored their removal. Medicine and Surgery. retson, charged them fearlessly and Paint, 50 and 75c per qt. invalidated by the transfer of author- This can not be effected immediately, county, Illinois. While bathing one 13 columns. us with orders in the past routed them after a spirited engageboy got beyond his depth and the Oflice Collins Building, MainStrcet. By direction of ity, the cabinet having decided not to owing to the condition of A car-loa- d of new Wall Pawill be convinced, by giving the men others went to his rescue. All were following dispatch the president the ment Telephone at residence (the Carr rlace) on recognize them. was sent Sunday pers just received from one Urondway. themselves. The present plan is caught in the swift current and went us a trial order that our Beep, After taking Ponce, Gen. Miles isat 3:30 p. m. to begin as soon as possible the The cabinet met night to Hon. Andrew D. White, Kentucky. of the largest factories in RicnsioND, --- --and other Mutton, down. Friday and at 5:28 adjourned until Sat- transportation to Montauk United States ambassador to Germany: sued the following proclamation: Point "In the prosecution ol tho war against the Philadelphia. Meats, are not excelled by any market. Washington, D. C, July 31, 1S98. I urday morninjr at 10:30. It was stated Declared Insane. of such of the soldiers as have kingdom of Spain by the people of the United M. D., Waste none of your valuaWhite, Ambassador, Berlin: J after adjournment that no decision had recovered from the fever and HoriiiNSviLLE, Ky., Aug. 1. Francis G. W. EVANS, you to ex- States In their caus) o' liberty, justice and ble time looking at the small The president charges yet betn reached as to w3iat answer these who have not yet contracted it. Milligan, the McCracken county wife humantty, the military forces have come to ocshould be sent to Spain's proposal for The sick must wait, for the physicians murderer, has been admitted as a press in their proper official quarter to cupy the island of Porto Rica They come sample books of old time pathe bereaved German nation and to bearing their banners of freedom Inspired by a Tin SICIAN AND Sukgeon, peaee." vegetables anch as Beans, Potatoes. Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettaee. This beingsay that tho climatic change involtfdd patient to the 'Western lunatic asylum the family of the deceased'statesnan noble purpose to seek the encm'es of our gov- pers. Kentucky. - Lightning l'laj Ilavoc. Richmond, near this city, having been upon the will hang your paper at solicit a &c, &c, canotbe found in onr market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage, I same. continuance in bringing them north would prove ernment and of yours, and to destroy or capRed Oak. Neb., July SO. Lightning iatal in many cases. But the delay is expert testimony of penitentiary of- the sorrow which tho government and ture all in armed resistance. 8c per roll. We estimate and people of the United States feel at the killed three persons near Red Oak, not likely to be extended. Surgeon ficials and physicians, declared iusane. "They brlns you the fostering arms of a free contract for all kinds of pa. Telephone DR. T. J. TAYLOR, passing'away of the great chancellor people, wht so reate.t pewjr Justice and Neb. Three farm housss were de- General Sternberg says that convalesMackey Building, Alain St. Surgery, Praciit'wiier in Medicine and whose memory Is ever associated with humnntty to all living within their folds. pering, house and sign paint- may25-l- y Child Killed by a Train. 23 head of cattle belong- cence in favor of a type as mild as that Kentucky stroyed and they release you from your former po- ing we do in the most careful Hence, Richmond Beatttville, Ky., Aug. 1. The the greatndss of the German empire. litical relations, and It U hoped you will cheering to Wm. Shapcott were killed. at Santiago do not usually occupy more (Signed) Adee, Acting Secretary. style. Wholesale local on the L. & E. rail3. The Swedish Lutheran church at Wal-li- n than ten days although as the season fully accept the government of the United acd residence on Second Street. was struck by lightning and runs on and the virulence increases road ran over and killed the and Retail Wall Paper, WinStates. BASEBALL. The child old girl of W. M. Wright "The chief object of the American military dow burned. W. R. Barstow lost his barn this period is greatly extended. Shades, Paintsr Oils, forces will bo to overthrow the armed authorhead ani lived but a D3NAL STJP.GS' was struck in the and 30 tons of hay by lightning. Nine As soon as that period is passed the Glass, Brushes, The Winners Sunday Werei Cincinnati, ity of Spain and give the people of your beau- Varnishes, horses in a pasture were killed. Seri- men will be embarked for home. Tho few hours, and the mother, who was tiful island the lnrgest measure of liberty con- Artist and Painters supplies Chlcaco and New York Other escaped. ous damage to the corn crop was done matter of transports for this work is with her, barely sistent with this military occupation. Games Not Scheduled. MANAGER. T)t. IDatat&Vcie v. "Thry have not come to make war on the generally. by the wind. already under consideration and is . 3 4 5 6 7 8 Key "West centuries, havn Innlncs: people of the country, for A Prlre Brought Into 12 r.iz.2 been oppressed, "Gut, who, the contrary, they ESTABLISHED, likely to bo adjusted very satisfactorTo Join Camin' Squadron. 11 3 0 0 3 0 DEXTIST, on " Fix, Aug. 1. The Span- Cincinnati Best $2.00 and $2.50 0 0201020-58- 1 Brooklyn op Locisniixe, Kt. Gibraltar, July 30. The Spanish ily. The navy department has conbring protection not only to yourselves, but to 1870. schooner Gibara, loadBatteries Dwyer and PIctz; Kenneday and your property, promote your prosperity and cruiser Lepanto, now at Cartagena, cluded that it can dispense with tho ish Office next door to Government Building, House in Louisville. firewood and charcoal, which Ryan. Umpires Emsllc and Hunt. to 4. bestow the immunities and blessings of our enRichmSnd, Ky. Office bours- -3 to has been ordered to join Camara'a four big American line steamers, for- ed with Innings: n. n. novl-l- y lightenment and loyal Institutions and governwas captured by the Nashville on July Chicago rsquadron, which has been at Cadiz merly known as New York, St Louis, 0 7 11 R' ment. -f--J The cruiser Al- St Paul and Paris, and the war de- 27, while trying to get into the port of Washington sine- - Wednesday. "This Is not a war of devastation and disso209 W. liW STREET. Catteries Kllroy and Donohuo; Weyhlng partment has begun operations for Gibara, on the north Cuban coast, was and rooms for iiFT .7y fMr TIIOT ' ' Four nice fonso XIIL is quite unfit for sea. She Umpires Snyder and Connolly. lution, but one tojjive all within the control of mch2-6brought in here Saturdaj- - morning by Innings: chartering them. alterations. the military and naval forces the advantages requires extensive 9 a n. e. a prize crew. and blessing of enlightened civilization. -.Louisville Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, Five l'erscxis Drowuetl. FREE: Sio.oo IN -- OLD, 7"Nelsojc A. Milks." 0 2 7 12 1 New York V 1 11 O BIcycle.Golda Watch, Diamond 1. Five persons atTyphoid Fever at Camp Alser. Chicago, Aug. A Scholarship in g Rinjr, or Cunningham ondKittrldge: Batteries Washington, July 30. Gen. Greeley p. Draughon's Practical Business Aug. 1. The health tending the picnic of the Chicago and Grady. Umpires Gaffney and Brown. next door to postoffice. j CoUege, Nashville, Tennor has received information from CoL vH5& Cloak Makers' union at Columbia Park of Jhe soldiers at Camp Alger, Va., is or a scholWVJlv Texarlcana, Tex business colreputable Sunday were drowned in the Des- - so seriously threatened by the fever Governor Generiil of Manila Wants Aid. Allen of his corps, that arrangements arship in most any other the IT. S. can be secured jyFt. FRED SMITH. literary school in the tele- lege or a lilUc work at horns for the Youth Madrid, Aug. Krr r The governor general have been made'to plaines river. Thirteen of the merry- that tho men are almost in a panic. by doing journal. of Manila, telegraphing under graph office atPonce, which was closed Advocate, an illustrated DENTIST. makers were rowing about the river in Sixteen deaths from typhoid in six It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and CoL fever is tlate of Ju'y 25, says that aid is indis- "Monday by the Spaniards. especially interesting and profitable to young three boats. In the center of the days is the. record, and the Office, over Collins" Grocery, same office pensable to resist the imminent attack Allen left St Thomas, Friday night people, but read with interest and profit by peolately occupied by Dr. "W. W. Burgin. anl2-lstream the boats coUided and the still spreading rapiuly. and other interesting of the American forces under Gen. with operators and instruments and it ple of all ages. StoriesSample copies sent free. matter well Illustrated. whole party was soon struggling in Our exports of iron and steel manu- Merritt. The foreign war ships in the is expected that by Saturday night Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. the water. Hescuers hurried from the factures to Porto Rico were larger Mention thia paper.J C. MORGAN, Co.. Nashville, Tenn. R. augI8-lshore, a quarter of a mile distant, but durins the past year (1S97) than ever bay, th& dispatch says, answered the Gen. Miles will be in telegraphic comARE HEADQUARTERS FOR before they could reach the boats five before in the history of the trade, the salute in, honor of the queen's saint munication with the war department persons had gone down for the last value recorded amounting to $180,484. day and Ue American vcssels.dlsplayed ffiado MST DENTIST. Won't Give Up Porto RIso. llabber Stamps. BendJor AYER'S HAIR VIGOR fulfills time. the American flag. Price List of Ootat to WOffice over Madison National Bank, jilt the promises ma.de Lokdos, July 30. The Madrid corWants the Philippines Retained. y for it, is the J. P. VT. Dora-- n Co, 121 Richmond, Ey. respondent of the Dally Mail says the E. Favctta SJT Fhancisco, July 30. Tho Merverdict of those Ifiho have tried it. Yrllovr Jaundice Cured. Md- - U.S.A. Discovered by a "Woman. trat. Spanish government will combat to chants' association, at a special meetSuDbring humanitv should be snpplfed the last apainst a cession of Porto . .AM Another great discovery has been ing, has adopted a resolution petitionBr, Louis E. made nnd that too, Ty a lady in this ing the president to hold and retain with every means possible for its relief. Eico to the United States. It would "&fcwucvT-sV- v ov Svo& HON. C. T. CALDWELL, country. "Disease fastened, tho Philippines. Similar action will It is with pleasure wo, publish the fol- much rather sacrifice one of the Phillowing: "This is 'to certify that I was ippine islands, contending that Porto withupon her and for seven years she probably be taken within the next day No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, "Ihave sold AVER'S Hair Vigor for fifteen Kecom-mend111 be at Mr. J. B. Willis. Richmond, Ky. , on years and do not know of a single case where stood its severest tests, but her vital or- or two by the chamber of commerce a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice Eico has always been loyal and out- of Parkersburg, W. Va.f It did not give entire satisfaction." 1?. IS. gans m ere undermined and death Eeemed and other local business organiza- for over six'months and was treated by side the scope of the war. 1898, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16th, Wrights Celery GROVE, Funsdale, Ala. All Want Peace. "Which is known to be the best all over this some of the best physicians in our city imminent. Por three months she tions. returning every second Wednesday of each Capsrileg.- month. Reference every physician of Richcoughed incessantly and could not I"ayer the Annexation of the Philippines. and all to no avail. Dr. Bell, out drug- - Paris, July SO. A dispatch from county and State. tebl6-lmond, Ky. Cam sleep. She finally discovered a way to Lokdox, July 30. The Daily Chron- gist, recommended Electrc Bitters, Madrid says.that Gens. Martinez - Parkkrsbpbct, "W. Va., are in favor of tho A fine line of O. K. RANGES and COOK relieved recoveryTby purchasing of us a bottle of icle is for the annexation of the Phil- and after taking two bottlesl was entire- pos and Azcarra-A fkby Dr. Miles' Kerve Plasters. DM. W fcrAdraajidEiizcTTM January Ct 1995. immediate conclusion of peace. The . ' STOVES, the most complete line of all ippines and thinks "it will not be an ly cured. I now take great pleasure in "When disease canned ray hair to fall out, 1 Dr. King's ISew Discovery for Consumpfound AYR'S HAIR VIGOR a most excellent tion, and 'was so much relieved on taking sasy task to bring Gen. Merritt and recommending them to any person suf- dispatch further says that Gen. Wey-l- TiiE Waicm- - TnCo., and one that does all that is class of arm Implements and Shelf think nreD&ratlon will not oppose any negotiations Wantecl-- Hn Columbus, Ohio. of wme tXim-Idea TTho conslmpia claimed for it.- L. RUSH, CoanellsvIUo, Pa. first dose, that she slept all night and his army, back with nothing to show fering with this terrible malady. I am rri ? of '"peace . Hardware in the market. .. . with two bottles has been absolutely but a coaling station. "We are Impa- gratefully yours, M. A. Hogarty, LexGentlemen: I have been. --stag Write JOHN 77DDEaBUR CO, Patent Celery Capsules since Novem WuMopdn, D. C for tbelr LS arise offer American modesty in be- ington, Ky." t Wright's cured. "Her name is Mrs. LutherLutz.' tient with op We Chlcaco Pjpori Atl aoco Prices. phepariid do ..eJ. list of. two he red lnreaUons waste- -. reconi- ber, low, Sold, by Perry-Thomas' Druggist. Tims writes AV. C.Hamnick &Co.,ot lieving the task of governing the PhilChigaqo, July 33. All the morning menuou. anu nna mem io Roofing. Tin "WorkjA-h-D v rust ocean tnem 4, Shelby, 2?. C. Trial bottles ireo nt ippines too much for the United Successors to W. G.White pepers cf this cityprinted Friday an while at Hot Spring Aik. tatang treat-tneader " that A "Ater's Hair Vigor does allwhichIs claimed Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Succes- States." nnoHQCtement:'jthaViOiC.and after DSciatic Ehea ma tbw .'Liver and was fast AJAX TABLETS POSTTIVEX-CUBE for It. It restored ray hair, pr1cat,wiU.-h- e ; Uncle Sam got. xenraioh rates for JL TL Krrroum Xitast two cents a Stomach trouble,. Constipation which. I A Novelty by No Means A.reeablo. Felllnc Mom becomta? rrar, back to its natural color dark sors to W. G. White. Itegalar iBize'COc HASELHOFF,Patersoa,N.J. SleeplMiseaa, etQL, euo arf.Imp0tea.c7, Loxdojt, July 80. The Morning Post his Spanish prisoners,- - bat "not round copy. JTae increased cost bf whit; pa- had bees a long sunerer. JUtoaaa the and $1.00; every bottle guaranteed. 4 and Indlr bf Abase cr other (t manTj if Mb tnuu-- i, per . a3J tlie enhaneed general '"e Celery Capsules gave dm great relief says: Vitality in old or ycrnns. ted trip tickets. reftoreliO-- t ? Wyeaeed them fi r from Q Utam&AiorKa7, oa4nMS or xnirruce. peases'd-e't- o the war are the rcasoas ever the' beginning and "The spectacle" of a government, WAR AND LOVE FOR THE SOLDIERS.- una ixmsaxopua-- i u H rw 'VIII since. With, p&fteare, ad- bbso- imtxri tSKftD ThftlrnM itlmt T MiwunmAMi 9 spending efffliftji after succession of CTJHE vhsre all other .il In- lYin your battle againstdisease by ria ft. or either? ' "";. th cenaln AJtx r&blts- They !c all MUferfngwUh Hke akUee c t txpoB '& -ijcvfm Somimoib te fcdteM-i- -: 'days in discussing areply to & request acting promptly One Minute Cough, Gwrtty. WepiTapo-iti,1 wH " Mv head.ibeeestef S of ddrffsad aftwr War and love has various cares,r fmBina. of. tbeaL. JtKj Jrajjr.yei; written cfi&rcntea to offset core CQTC la out. Tni se oi peace is a noveltyby no Cure produces- - immediate- - resolis.- -for terms of RICHMOND). my time n oacnceaaor ntf and tho money. Pzio WW I wiper bffa& to tail; tha tol lingo . i J&eaKTOv t (fnl. or il ft'CBUioT. far KSL Bt A -ttitb ,YORr8tepped rr "War shed blood and Wood ebed tears, , ari. ui " Bie s groeau;.- iwoeipt of When take early it prevents S&mP f rrarr. upon traanlvritm. !r aad made the into otea4 kHhy."-Oi- S r t-7i-rT7Si ft, M -.- j roe, AJAXi REMEDY CO., ;iyFM-lIlh- Wartae swords and love has d&rtg; an,w. C.M.AYRKS Waist Airy, G. MsgMtioa. , A,m-late- r -r K? WSw 1K r .fMBk. WJ"ri "'" $ . 1 liP WIWIM Sum dirMUir-a.fet"i H1A.HT flK FM - - mwr wmn ta ' rai." ywwiw j, Ky. For sale JafXie-iao-- d, JtiHJr rf it liitiil aci.J; . TrinMnth nti4iiinM. -JMSff p v ?:. t? Wr:Wreeftd and love jfevk heacteJ 'JS."-- iw - . j liemdoa. . W6ra-.S. 4 . .,,". " i.- - t JS?' .. -. .B " . r"l Sr? . , yvr . ;'w;.-- i - r 4r5?J5Jre.r . TSSvo- Jk -, x ." rr .. jfei. !! ; 'is i ( t. s.j3 5, . taTjSS' -r-.--v .j it.. t. . .....' j y.''.ii--.e-. 45 '. ,. l.. jvCBssi?' - - " a-- , i r ..- - , ' Thov Pi"r i.Kbt. . it ... i- i-- v E . X Z.tLjtv..... f . BMS: ..?'3St.ylKK3ar!L&. 3B1 ;K ; j!f-Ta j :f. r. hard-working, the following decisions. The absolute surrender of Porto Rico to the United States. Recognition of the independence of ATTITUDE OF The last words Prince IMsraarck utson in cold blood. They called Mason ont of the house to talk to him, and, as tered were addressed to his daughter, THE EONS WILL DECIDE, he turned to enter the house they shot Countess von Kantzau, who wiped the Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. VOLUNTEER WANTED! si M ROYAL tes Tn Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead the town Antl-Pal- p-i-ns work-ingm- an SEED-$2.73S3- .50. ped, e jv - 1 m White -- a- Gibson. LPpXpTaPX' fSrl AT-0EX3- 1 y Bar-ne- -- J.""" d half-ma- st Hoh-cnloh- 31-3- 0 o, sea-goin- Cben-auH'- 3D. IP. Se-ret- ary A.ZjED7 n. C.U-B.- 61 -- 37- Richmond'M CIa0L It's accommo-d&tin&m- n, il c, if wit ft Home-grow sg-ai- Pork Fresh Pish Recieved "Q. DailyRatl-dlsh- - mid-summ- er f 1 ".. lou$as, east-boun-d up-to-da- te six-yea- r- " "'A.-teoT- Key-"Wes- 0 -- -8 pffiiifiiplpter fc -' m two-maste- d -- 12-- 1 rent Fan-en- . 12345678 6000001 ..020002000.490 12345678 10100010 0002003 & 0--391 1 ijr R' ! --J- f Got-tl- fit VVa re-op- -- 1 y iffor semi-month- ttrowmrararara w w t B, Shackelforc bOij J. Verdicts y Jly6-l- Mm, JfyerJs air -' lie Maouf-utui- laf Cat-le- g-, 8. Balt-B- Or. Capital Wagons, 3$ 5$ s y. D 3$ er M- -- a U la-fav- Attor-Her- MAearn Vyror & dh are 5$ to the best glass ME MAN Y or 3? 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TO ZETT TIKIS FOOT, TO FIT THIS zftt:r,s:el THIS WILL STIR THEM UP! The Trade WiU 1m Green With Envy, But What's The Odds? Commencing this week we will of the Finest, Earest, Choicest DEMOCRATIC TICKET- FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. JjawrenceburR News isays will hereafter believe in the superstition attached to the number 13. He met defeat on the 13th day of the month, and was beaten by 13 votes. AKrrr Governor McCreary's defeat the Mc-Crea- ry Jesse M. Alverson for a ticket to the hanging of George Stephenson, Thursday August IS, at or near Stanford. The distinguished compliment on such a grew6ome mission, is one hard to refuse, but we will have to take it under advise- The Cujiai is indebted to Mr. fl pi H m M W ment Many "true bine" Democratic citizens, in all parts of the State, hear, with regreat,of the defeat of Hon. J. B. McCreary in Danville. Sth Congres-sionar As perfect in style and durability as in fit. District for the nomination for Congress. He has made" aei excellent Governor, and no more useful and a member of Congress lias served the people in his district in Congress in a quarter of a century. It ie past human understanding how such a faithful representative could be fairly beaten. But the people will have- nee for him in some other prominent jo tition later on J. H. ( .,in CampbellaJ - H H in a rat den where. they have been snoozing for years, perhaps, feasting on some farmer's poultry yard, yon can imagine what an uncomfortable visitor the ferret must bo to the rats, when they are forced to leave their homes and face a lot of hungry curs waiting outside on guard. Mr. Morgan purchased a few of these animals a year or two ago to clean out the rats on his place, and finding that they multiplied rapidly and were hut little trouble, he has decided to obtain a sufficient number in the near future to start np a good size ferret ranch with a view of raising them for the market. Nice ferrets, Mr. Morgan says, sell from $G to $8 per pair, and as a dozen good cows can furnish milk enough for about 200 ferrets, which will be a sufficient number to keep his ranch supplied, the outlay is a mere triflo compared with the net income. This is entirely a new scheme to any we have as yet heard of in Kentucky, but we are quite sure that if there can be anything made on a ferret ranch. Harry Morgan will find it out. By tho way, there has been no mention for 6omc time of Mr, Jack Twigg's 'possum ranch at AVhites Station. It is told on Jack that he came to the conclusion that, as a 'possum's hide was so cheap they were no aocount unless they could grow two or tbreo hides a year, and trying this experiment, thinking anew hide would soon grow-oulie skinned tho last one of them and it resulted in the loss of his entire ranch. A k GRASP THE OPPORTUNITY NOW AND COME TO SEE , OUR SPECIAL BARGAINS a FOR THIS WEEK! at 9 o'clock a beautiful line of Moquette place on sale and Smyner Rugs. The greatest bargains ever offered. "We w NZ Moquette Bugs, 3 ft. long, for 75ets. Moquelte Kugs, 5 ft. 4 in, long, for 82.25. Moquette Kugs, 6 ft, long, always 85 for 83.50. Our line of Smyner Rugs is also beautiful. Call and see them and get first choice. Also during these days we will offer at SPECIAL LOW PRICES on our entire stock of Dress Goods, Muslins, Ginghams and Prints at prices so low that will enable all to bu' a great deal with very little money. Have also just received from the city a line of Fany Silkotines for skirts at 14cts. a yd. Our line of Table Oilcloths cannot be equaled. We carry a full stock in all colors. We are also closing out our stock of Ladies' Oxfords at cost. See What 49cls Will Buy. ' ae S S . 91? n jr.' a- t, g Ladies' Patent Leather Tip Oxfords, worth SI 00 - Handsome Social Event. On Thursday evening last, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Phelps formally introduced to Richmond society their beautiful young daughter, Miss Anna, who has WtnttjtjjjftjJh4 9$? - Ladies' Oxfords, btown tan or black, worth $1.25. Misses' Slippers, bows to match, worth $1.00. H aits- - Tille Times-Journa- l. A i ispatc'ji from Frankfort says: Judge W. S. Pryor, chairman of the State Board of Election Commissioners, said Tuesday that it would be about a mouth before the board wouldjaimonuce the names of the County Commission- YesH ers. The board has practically derided on a few County Commissioners. Judge Pryor said that many counties had not yet responded and that tliete recommendations must be in before the meet ing was held. In some counties num Ii JSli erous recommendations have not been limited to county committees. The fact that no Federal, State, eonnty, municipal or district officer is eligible as a ineinlK?r of the County Board has caused considerable delay, and in a large number of instances such recom- U 'i .! I'' KieudatKut have liven made including If H5K w; w comity officers. The.--e have been returned and names of others are being sent in instead. and Neatest Line of Gents' Furnishings ever sold in this city at prices to suit the purchaser. We must make room for our hig fall stock, so shoes and everything must go regardless. of price. SEE r?si &J WALLACE "4 mm Tr a m i - AT. 1 ME AiJiSB iMi1'1111'11 f '.' U T 1"i:J I K.131 I Kl.'A m Aw ii I I. L . l . - J. 1 Is. .- -- I I ffOI.T0 T tit-'- n I rrXl .7Vlt4 S.. I ' V "1 - Ik T- ii 1 i - - -- - -- "- "' between the states who has volunteered It is alleged PERSONAL. that a veteran of the war Mrs. Dudley Tribble is at home from to fight against Spain has been notified by tliis government that his pension been canceled. In explanation of this act the government ofttrial explains that if the d enought to fight veteran i& Milliards he is not entitled to further consideration as a pensioner. Tins is er encouraging to soldiers of the late war who moved by patriotism, drireo to aid the United States in ooiNjuoring a foreign foe. As a reward for bravery and as an inducement to come to the aid of his country the old soldier is deprived of the pension given him for eerviccs in a former war. If the contention of the government is correct, then the pension department stands convicted of incapacity or corruption or both. Soldiers who receive K?nhions are either entitled to them or they are not entitled If they receive them without just title tln pension department is proved guilty of neglecting its duty. If they e and 6till have jii'-- t title to to light the battles of tiieir country, it is unjuot, ungrateful and a dis grace for the government to take the course it has in this matter. ls able-bodie- Lexington. Dr. L. J. Frazee was in Louisville lest n eek on business. Mr. C. W. Ware, of Trenton, is visiting Mrs. C. H. Vaught. Mrs. J. AV. Caperton and daughter at"3 visiting at btaxiioto. Mr. and Mrs, Ifugh Kiddle, of Irvine. passed through here last week. Mr. Joe S. Gardner, of Irvine, was a gitest of CapU Ivasti at wniie Jiau Sunday. Miss Alma Reetl and cousin, Miss Pearl Korris, are visiting in Clark countv. Dr. E. B. Smith has returned from a visit to friends in .Richmond. Shelby Sentinel. After a visit to Mrs. Richard J. Miss McKenna baa returned to Lixington. Charles Riddell is the new band directors, and we believe he will make Mc-Ke- e, Mr. J. V. Logan, Jr., has returued from Florida and joined his wife and infant here. Miss Russell Campbell has a very attractive visitor from Shelbyville, Miss Mrs. Switt is asking at In- Fullenw eider. dianapolis because her husband spends Robt. M. Trimble, of Trimble Bros' too much time with politics and wo- wholesale grocery, Mt. Sterling, was men. in the city Monday. Mr. Will Moberley, of Richmond, spent Sunday with friends here. dh-orc- jven-ion- s de-tii- a good one. c Cf.faer&Co AVE V J ANT TO o Customer of ours, and have as an inducement for this "week prepared the greatest value-givin- g sale on record. All our first man AT S30.00 : floor marked in plain figures. Here are a few of the Maple Fold- A w,ni'6 iuk. "cu, in icjiccl uruer, has 18x40 French mirror. all .Ee Guaranteed in every Former price,' crat. $13.00. Mrs. Wm. Millon has returned to Jiireh suit, College Hill after a delightful visit AT 9"" R0 Three-piec- e to her sister, Mrs J. "Wills, in Clark washstand, fancy bed county. with carved head and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox Harvey, foot board. Price was $50 00. of Ixmisville, accompanied by Miss Mahogany Elsie Harvey, are visiting Mrs. Bettie 9 " nfl AT oau.uu Three-piec- e fin;shej 6ujttOVaimirrori Hood Little. daiuty, elegant design Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Powell and Our price was ? 4G. daughter, Elizabeth, of Richmond, Writing Desk, in ATS 6 00 Jdj''8Birch, French legs. have been the tjuests of Mrs. Mary A. rurlv delicately carved, Iiiglily Powell. Jessamine Journal. polished. Iteally a S10 Mrs. Emma Simmons and her daughDesk. ter. Emily, of Owen county, are visiting D. ATS 7 .CQ Large full size Couch in Hoc John te a Goodloe, of of Whites Myrtle Corduroy, wcrth Station, who Mrs. Simbrother Sll'.uo. mons. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shipp, of Georgetown, and Mr. and Mrs. AV. D. Oldham Tlere Are Just 4 Folding Beds iu this and son, Master Ronald, will attend sale. There Are Jnst S Chamber Suits in this the Gentry reunion at Crab Orchard this week. sale. MissAIinerva Park Phelps had for a There Are Jnst 3 Couches in this sale. . Tfaece Are Just 8 Desks in this sale. guest this week Mr. Archie Quarrier Brockenbrough, nephew of Col. Cush-ma- u Quarrier, Comptroller of the L. & There are the greatest bar N. B. It., Louisville. gains you ever saw. Stop Rev. F. S.Pollitt, formerly pastor of the Methodist church at this place, is in and look them over. dangerously ill at Covington. He has consumption, and little hope of his recovery is entertained. Mr, Elmer Deatherage will take a miicli needed rest next week. If he will i go to .Jcck JtofiB1 epring down here on Goggiiis'Eano afcd camp out under an broadway, umbrella he will come homo 'a seV main Ky. man.. Lexington, The! elefraatHume mawWc at.JUrt le-ip- Miss Ottie Clair Shelton was assisted a fiery fellow from in receiving by Miss Madge Sea and the Argentine Republic. Miss Sadie Doom, of Lebanon, is ex- Messrs. Jeffries Yeager and Fred "And what is this?" ho inquired. pected here this week to be the guest Shelton. Miss Sea was welcomed in "This is corn, American corn," was of Col. and Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine. old Kentucky stylo by seventy-fiv- e the reply. Miss Doom is a younger sister of Mrs. guests, of whom the following were AVith an air of studied contempt the Miss Bradley, of Argentine student said in Spanish: W. R. Johnson, who was the beautiful from a distance: Miss Mamie Doom, a cousin of the late Georgetown; Miss Julia Higglns, of "No, I think you, I will not take any. Mrs. Dr. T. J. Taylor, whom she fre- Richmond; Miss McMurtry, of Louis- I think this" emphasizing the word ville; Mr. Riggs, of Canada; Mr. AVm. and glancing at the Ohio man "I quently visited here. Eatterton, of Kansas City. The com think this is donkey-food!- " From a recent issue of one of the fort of tho guests was looked after and Democrat. Louisville papers, we learn of the ser- their pleasure provided for in a most Mr. and Mrs. A. Woolstein enter- ious illness of Rev T. D. AVitherspoon, tained a number of relatives and friends of that city. Dr. ATitherspoon has done pleasing way by Mrs. Charles Fenn, Mrs. AVm. St. Clair, Mrs. AVm. Johnfrom Paris last w eek. a geat deal for this section of Ken- son and Miss Katie Lee Yeager. An Bybee To tho wife of J. M. Bybee, Mr. Cas. W. Tribble has resigned tucky, and has many warm friends and interesting part of the entertainment, on Sunday last, a 11 pound boy. his position with the Belt Line It. R. admirers here who will regret to learn which provoked continued amusement Parks. To the wife of David Parks, in Lexington and returned home. of his illness, and who hopo that he and merriment, was an exciting game may soon be restored to his accus- of "Up Jinkins." The winners of of tho Red House neighborhood, on Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Couchman, of Monday, a nine pound boy. Whites Station, are spending the week tomed health. Jackson Hustler. prizes in this game were Mr. Hush with relatives in Fayette. Hon. Geo. T. Duff returned Tuesday Rowland and Miss Julia Higgins. At Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Chenault and boh, afternoon from Chickamauga, where the conclusion of the game delightful Anner Parrish, are attending the Gen- he had been to visit his son. Lieuten- refreshments were served, just as good AVottTiiAsr. Tho remains of an intry reunion at Crab Orchard. ant Trav Duff, and the other members as the best in times gone by, which Miss Alma Reed, of Moberley, Mo., of the Railey Rifles. In an interview have won fame for the women of Boyle, fant child of "Will and Fanmo Maupin was visiting her aunt Mrs. Chas. Nor-ri- s, he stated to the Times representative and served in their own inimitable Wortham, of Lancaster, were brought the boys were in high spirits over the way. At a late hour tho crowd dis to this city and buried in the cemetery on North street, last week. fact of having been ordered to the front persed, alter enjoying a very delight- ou Monday. Tho infant was a grand Mrs. Fannie Elkin, of Winchester, child of Col. Maupin, of this city. has returned home after a two weeks Nearly all in good health and cheerful. ful evening. Danville Advocate. Only one serious case and that was Cox. Alfred Allen Cox a prominent visit to her cousin. Miss Sudie Bonny. This interesting story of Dr. John citizen of Kansas City, died private Russell sick with typhid fever. there reUlrs. Geo. Higgenbothain and daughH. Everything was hustling when he M. Burnam, son of Rev. Edwin Mo., cently. His death has interest to our ter Annie, of DanviUe, are visiting left, so as to be ready to move once. Burnam, is told in the Columbia, readers by reason of the fact that his at .Mrs. John Lackey, of Whites Station. wife was formerly Miss Josephine MilMr. Duff brought with him a very good Herald: Dr. J. M. Burnam, of the MIssiouri ler, doughter of Eugene AV. Miller, a Mrs. Joseph Miliary, of St. Louis, is picture of the company and of their State University, was in Spain several brother of the late Emmott M. Miller, visiting her sister Mrs. J. J. Brooks, at camp. Glasgow Times. years ago studying. He boarded in of this city. The Piggs and other famHotel Nicholas. Nicholasville Demo Mr. Casey Mike Owsley spent a few Madrid at hotel where were also a black-mustached, Har-rodsb- urg Creek is the scene of a delightful housepartv this week, composed of of young ladies and gentlemen from many points in Kentucky and Tennessee. Miss AVhite, Miss Stella Adams and Misses Katie and Dick Douglas returned Friday to their homes in Richmond, Ky., after spending several weeks with Mrs. J. R. Davis. Campbellsvillo l. letter to Miss Nannette Heath, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. A. H. Severance Miss Clara Merehon, the pretty daughter of Mr. J. B. Mershon, has taken a clerkship in Mr. J. P. Jones' dry goods store. Stanford Journal. The little folks, from were given to the fourteen three entertainments last week. The first by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, the second by Mr. Mrs. B. J. Clay and the third by Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Hanger. Mr. Sam Hisle will leave shortly for a visit to the grave of his wife, w ho died recently in Missouri, at Independence, She was a beautiful young woman, whose untimely death was mourned as sincerely as any that has occurred in years in her native home. Courier-Journatots-in-aryear-old- s, Strong, steady nerves Are needed for success Everywhere. Nerves Depend simply, solely, Upon the blood. Pure, rich, nourishing Blood feeds the nerves And makes them strong. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jatne The great nerve tonic is Shelton, known as "East Lawn," was Hood's Sarsaparilla, the scene hist Wednesday of a beauti-tu- l entertainment in honor of Miss Because it makes Madge Sea, of Independence, Mo. The blood rich and East Lawn, naturally a pretty place. Pure, giving it pOAver was made much prettier by the decor ations that covered every available To feed the nerves. spot. Lanterns swung on every tree, Hood's Sarsaparilla lighting up the drive, and bunting and flags waived in the light of the differ Cures nervousness, ent colored lanterns, crossing and Dyspepsia, rheumatism, over the heads of the guests. Catarrh, scrofula, Back of this, the house was brilliantly lighted, with the doors, windows, manAnd all forms of tels and stairs covered with trails of Impure blood. roses, geraniums, asparagus twigs, bunting and flowers of different kinds. qnently, we w ere regaled with a supper as bountiful as was ever spread on such San occasion. Miss Phelps was assisted in receiving by her charming visitor. Miss AATaddell, of Somerset, and Misses Minerva Park Phelps, and Aurora Florence Myers, of Stanford. was scattering the clouds of morning before we hade farewell to the scenes that shall dwell long and enjoyably in our memories. BIRTHS recently returned frour Miss Bald wm s scnooi, in btaunton, va. it was a brilliant occasion and the lowering clouds only served to intensify the beauty of the lantern-deckeavenues and tho brilliancy of the light that streamed from the hospitably spread windows and doors. Tho house was redolent with the spicy odor of carna tions, anct graceful potted plants were every where in evidence. The dining room claimed roses and ferns as its ea pecial decoration, and the gutter of cut glass and tho shimmer of shiningsilver added to the beauty of the scene. Miss Anna, looking sweet and dainty invan exquisite gown of white organdie, was assisted iu receiving by Mr. and Mrs rewland Jones, Mrs. Mary Neale Thompson, Miss AA'addell, of Somerset, and Miss Miuva Parke Phelps while Mr, and Mrs. Phelps, with hospitable in terest, looked after the comfort of the guests that wandered through parlor and hall. Their son and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Newland Jones, and Miss Florence Meyers were untiring in their efforts to cntertaiu the large crowd that overflowed upon veranda and lawn. All this while Saxton's orchestra had been pouring forth its sweetest music, and soon the dainty gowned maidens aud gallant youths were swaying in graceiui mission with the inspiring strains. About three hundred invitations had been issued and there were present, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Neale, Mr. and Mrs. Newland Jones, Mrs. Mary Neale Thompson, Col. and Mrs. J. Stone Walker, Col. aud Mrs. C. D. Chenault, Mr. and Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Middelton, Dr. and Mrs. A. AV. Smith, Col. and Mrs. B. J. Clay, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fox, Jr., Co), and Mrs. J. AV. Caperton, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, Mra. Albert Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chenault, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Phelps Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Phelps; "Misses Mariawillie Smith, Margaret Chenault, Minna and Anne Crutcher, Florence Myers, Minia Wagers, Anne Bennett, Olivia Baldwin, Emily Florie, Kiltie aud Carlyle Chenault, Carlyle AValker, Kate, Mattio and Margaretta Smivh, Sarah Shackelford Sue Hume. Anna Belle Harber, Ber thenia McCord, Jane Breclr, Mattio Tribble. Minva Park Phelps, and Wad-dreSomerset, Miss Lloyd, Maysvillt, Miss Loos, Lexington, Miss Brown, Miss Crooke, Louisville, and Misses Smith, Karr and Felix, Lexington. Messrs. Hockor, Bush and Dr. R. M. Phelps, Stanford, Wm. Hocker, Kansas .City, J. S. Crutcher, C. K. Shackeliord, T. J Moberley, R. E. Little, C. H. Chenault.Samuel, and Joseph Thelps, Tom Collins, Bijur AVhite, L. L. Brigh, Allen Zaring, Tom Pickels, J. J. and J. L. Neale, George aud Leslie Evans, Dr. E'vans, Joe Chenault, Joe Te7is, J. Speed Smith, Jr., AV. B. Feland, Henry AVhite, S. Neville Moberley, John B. Chenault and J. Talbott Jackson. M. P. P d Mc-Cow- 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- 9H n , tiful RUGS. Respectfully, McKee m Company, At McKee's Old Stand. the champion stole four hundred chicken thief. He chickens from one person. Bowling Green has ft: sex. : The Franco-Germa- n war cost $3,000,-000,00- 0. CORRESPONDENCE. RUTIITOX. Lonjr is quite ill with fever, Green trillion lias heen quite sick Mr. F, WWfcWfrWfcfc m J3 . & J. m with fever for several days. Mr. Burton Itoberts has been quite sick for the past week. Mrs. George Roberts who has been quite ill with fewr for several weeks, is up again. Itov. Young, of Kingston, preached at Corinth church on the 4th Sunday. Jlr., Wm. Crank has returned from Garrard county, where he has been visiting relatives for several weeks Miss Lizzie C. West, of Moberley Station, is the guest of her uncle, Mr. Mat. Lamb, of this vicinity. Miss Bessie B. Carpenter, of Lexington, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. of this place. 0 $ $r " it -- fee $s- tf'," - fr m m & WW Not Baltimore and Ohio $ XB M SILVER GREEK. Miss Stella Adams is at Campbellsville. visiting friends Bigge rstaff & Oldham. Read what we Have I o Slow St 4 DEATHS. Mrs. N B. Jones has been sick for the past two weeks. Miss Medrue Francis, of Richmond, is visiting W. 1?. Jones and family. Mrs. W. K. Xelsou is still very low, and her recovery is doubtful. y The following families are at Springs for a month : John Parrish, Dr. Maupin, "W. W. Adams and W. R. Farris. Mr. Alex Ray, of Cottonburg, stopped over here a day with his cousin, J. C. Adams, while on his way to Atlanta. Ilorace Beaty, of Kingston, spent a few days last week with John D. Maupin, Jr. Miss Lottie Farris, of Kirksville, has been employed to teach tho fall school at Blythe school-housJohn Faulkner, Jr., of White Station, and Mr. Farris, of Kingston, have a Government position at this place. Dr. Hockaday made nine hundred The suDreme court of North Carolina aud ten bushels of wheat off of 24 affirmed the penalty of $1,000 imposed acres of land. on tho Southern railroad for issuing a pass. kwgstojS1; l, Mal-lore. t V Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, CREAM BAKING CF.Brawer&Co xsd I hours here last Friday, en route to his home at Lancaster from the Uuiversitv of Virginia, from whose law school he was lately graduated with distinction. The confidence all along reposed in onr young friend has been well placed, for he hasdevelopedaremarkablefitnessfor his chosen profession, bringing to its study a cultured mind of rare brilliance, a superb oratorical power, and a fond ness for its intricacies that is a prerequisite to success, added to these is an adaptable disposition, drawingfriends from all classes and conditions AVith every prospect pleasant and conditions most propitious we shall be disappointed if Casey Owsley does not add to the fame of a State already illustrious in every department of human endeavor. Another guest sends this pretty item On Friday last the handsome Phelps home was the scene of "Revelry By Night," as gallant beaux and graceful belles were gathered there to partake of the hospitality so lavishly dispensed by the fair hostess. The enjoyment of the occasion 'was enhanced by the profuse iioral decorations through which were wafted the sweet strains of Saxton's orchestra. Tho scene rwhich met our vision as we neared the avenue was one which caused us in imagination to dream of other lands of beauty resplendent with bright lights shimmering from old ancestrarirees. The evea-in- g will be long remembered as a BOcial triumph. The hostess remembered that though "Maa Can live withoat poetry, xno&ic or books, civilised aaa am- teiufot eliat wltfetHit-- . Books;' !" a number of students from South Ameri- can countries. These resented calling the inhabitants of tho United States "Los Amerscanos" or "The Ameri canos.'" They said they were Americans while the citizens of the United States were "Yankees" or "North - The South Americans American." were quite contemptuous in their com ments upon this republic and even then found ready sympathy in the Spaniards. Both were quick to turn against the "'Yankees" whenever possi ble. One day Dr. Burnam and his only American companion, p young physi cian from Ohio, concluded they would like a dish of American com. They ransacked the Madrid markets and finally found some corn canned. Of course nothing better was to be had so they took this to their hotel and order ed it for the next meal. Hie apanisn nave auasu which 13 made out of an edible thistle. It is quite popular with them. On the table that evening with tho corn was this thistle Boup. It was passed around and the Ohio physician asked what it was. "When told lie remarked: "Thistle, ph, I see, donkey food. No, I do not care for any." Tho Spanish and A Ferret Rasch at Whites Station. their brethren from South America said nothing hut only glowered at the Mr. Harry S. Morgan, tho progresimpudent young Yankee. The South sive English farmerfof Whites Station, Americans regarded the incident as an comes to the front again in the field of not appreciating development by starting aJerret ranch evidence of out on liis arm. The ferret, tif you the witticism. A few minutes later the corn was have never seen one, is a small white pawed around the table. The z Span- sairoal, very much, like. mink; and ' iards looked at the dish", eilffed H and eokl- - exteoeively. byibird "and. auimaJ. fekibleir'Iieak. FiaitlyJtsftBM to cU1m for otUcbinymiit. When placed ii ilies in Madison were relatives. Lain. At her home near Paint Lick, Sunday, Mrs. AV. B. Lain of a complication of diseases, aged about sixty-si- x years. Deceased was a devoted member of the Christian church. She leaves besidea a husband one brother, W. L. Todd, of Garrard, and four sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, Mrs. Corena Ogg and Mrs. AV- - C. Fish, of this county, and Mrs. AV. P. Anderson, of Garrard. After funeral services at the residence her remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery Mon day afternoon. Stockton. Prof. Geo. AV. Stockton died at his home in Madison county, Monday He was 49 years old, was a ripe scholar and one of tho best public school teachers in the county. Ho was a native of this county, was twice married, .his last wife was Miss Mollie Downey, of this city, who with four children by his firtwife, survives. Ho was a memberof the Methodist church. After the funeral services were held by Rev. G. AV. Young, of Richmond, the remains were brought hero and Interred in tho cemetery Tuesday afternoon. AVinchester Democrat. POHDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. F H M M 13 ...... :3 o : 1 Q HcaoH B Er a o O -00 -b i i ........ B "1 5.--- Dr. Poyntz, of Richmond, was here last week on professional business. Mr. "Walker Stewart and sister, of Campbellsville, are the guests of Mr. Thos. Black near here. Miss Virginia and Alace Hanna, of Lexington, are visiting Miss Virginia Mora ii. Mrs. Sallio West and Miss Minnie Isgngg. nl Taris, returned home last Wednesday, after a delightful visit at tho home of Misses Helen and Ula Terrill. Mr. Jesso Mundv returned lastweek. from a visit to relatives at Wildic, Ky. Miss Russell Campbell and guest, Miss Fullenweidcr, spent a few days last week at the house of Miss Emma Maupin. Miss Fullenweider, we learn, returns to her home next Wednesday, much to the sorrow of several young men we know. Our sick list is rapidly diminishing. Mifcs Jnlia Moran, however is'ouita low with" fever. Quite a good number oi our folks took in the Ice cream supper'at Glades church Saturday night. How's This? -- m FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. Am CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties in- - 31 eluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ej'- e Maple and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradlej--Martiball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $1S.00. k it J v 1 n IS 5$ We are too busy to Rive a full list of our immense stock, but assure you that anything you may newl you can find at our new quarters. M JZ? DAY TELEPHONE 75. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 When in the City Make Your Headquarters With BIGGERSTA h si$ OLDHAM 3 J& &)M&1MMM&W&& ESTABLISHED Wadison Monumental Works 1863. -- t c -- 2 M 3 CP r O t B a 33 ? rt M 8 H B o?o2ooa O P O P believe him perfectly honorable in all ousinees transactions and hnanciallv able (o carry out any obligations made We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEr&Co..ProD8.. Toledo. I Ohio. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney lor the last 15 years, and JAMES T. HAMILTON, Propkietoe. ooo BCgSBCCS BsgsoBBH o-- o oo w 33-- s 2 a - o H ft! W cf o a & CD CO : i Hall's Catarrh Care is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood' and .mucous surfaces of tho svstem. Price 75c. peif bottle. Sold hyaHDrug- giBiBr xeetiuiumms tree. HalPs Family Pilk are the best West & Tttjax. Wholesale Drug Warding, Xinnan & Mabvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. . gists, Toledo, O. Honamests, Timlw, Heaisteies, Statuary and Foreifi and American Marble aid Granite. " FIRE-WO- RK - A'SPEGIALTY. I o- , P !-- as y v ang3-l- m v: : CT ' S3 js JE i 3 Notice to Creditors! not. raw IM&iNMMiM tMWteWteL mm,j. t(ter JfShg o. lAaaaaut. nHounirBMnn. MM "mC&tiMSUTSim-- l to flic are ccBEemnlatioGr buvine Marble. Gramfe. or aay Jcind of Cemetery Work, will SncTit tolheir interest to mil at the tHA stand in tkn rear of. the M.:E. Church oh Irvine Street, where tbey will find ee&te&tij os band a large Mfc of finished" work to select from r at prises to gait M fileocor of . TftOSeTTHO twyw-8- c- - - " & " m Tr -- wbkb,rVnWedMafplica4Jm. - Kentucky, ie in charge f eetblieheRtnd this raeasa aitWaetcry work in every paaee., Partis ftyimr at a dietaaee, ehoald write ire - 4msrmst N gmmMx.W.B, 60TJCHER, Ofteof or tfee feert - irakweB ia Ceatral l! SfeftfedWJlltf?: - va i r It -- "r - V mVHi&itv i r - -- 'jzrsm i" JHMES c.--?' ' ,. YOUR PATRONAGE 'aOZJCnSD-.k- Jl ' jfe tt HRWITON, f . , i il i II " c 5ife&?li h&n r'jGb&S&Ll - -- A-. -' ,- - ,, , --l -- r- v.. -i . asxn 4! J ? i L.,- - "ft c "I, " ! sf 7R J EK l !R""' i' Will Try Concrete Crossings. --OSTHONGLY FORTIFIED- i- IS OUR CASTLE! Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and "Deadly Shells, but with in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes, In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. iggPIt will pay you to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buj'ing elsewhere. NIK -BAB-GAIN- S Danville, following Paris, is going to put down concrete street crossings. They have been tested iu the latter city seven years, and not only are more durable than rock crossings but cost about half as much. ,Vo have noticed this matter highly spoken of in several exchanges, sayB the Lancaster Record. It will certainly bear looking into. Danville Fair Abandoned. ItT323C &Sa3aH The plan to have fa fair in Danville this fall has fallen through. A guarantee fund of $1,200 had been subscribed and it looked for awhile like a fine exhibition would be gotten up, but the promoters of the scheme and the owners of the fair grounds could not agree upon terms for the use of tho premises and the proposition was abandoned. The Now York World hns fired ed 7Ms w ' : - THF P.AIinilS UFI I Ilk ynUUUU llkk!l9 THE VERDICT RENDERED! . I j'''if vi r' EICHMCWD, MT STEELING AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE Scovil. Bismarck, the iron chancellor, is dead. 'fK M .JR" Style, Quality and Price Guaranteed. 207 WEST MAIN 'JIN Are gaining favor rapidly. Business men and travellers carry tliera In vest THlcIcpt- Hood's Pills thpm lu purses, housekeepers l.ccp them !h medicine Closets, mends recommend. them to friends. -- t larllp Busy Bee Cash Store Company. Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of "Wash Fabrics ever held in the Blue Grass Regions of Old Kentucky, a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this srreat sale : they must all go. JSTot rarrr In Scotland, at one time, capital ishment was by drowning. Do You Read V V pun- j The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, - 1S9S. -- STREET, RICHMOND, KY. c al What people are saying about Hood's Sarsaparilla? It is curing the causes of scrofula, dyspepsia, rheumatism and all forms of'blood disease, eruptions, sores, boils and pimples. It is giving strength to weak and tired women. Why should you hesitate to take it when it is doing so much for others' Hood's Pillss arc tho best family catharic and liver tonic. Gentle, re-liable, sure. Salt-Rheum N This sale will last for 10 days and each and eveiy item sold during the 10 days out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we carry to correspond, with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. sW AaSl sit'Ztf i at 3 cents per yard, former price "We One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. Proctor Knott Cigar. For Sale. Ellistnn Mill Company. sheep and '200 head of cattle for sale, at low prices. Address, Frank Rook, j.M'0-- Jf Merrietta, Ga. Lswrenccburg I have 2,000 a Advertisements will be rereived 1 by THE CLIMAX with the guar- nn tee that it circulation exceeds O that of auy other paper published Fair. One of the few good fairs to be O held iu Kentucky this jear will take C place at Lawrenceburg. August 10,57, 5 in Richmond, p 18 19. It may be our pleasuie to atC tend, and O it is certain no sliall have a 3cr)y5000CjOOOCO300rH?00'.:OOi repetition of the sport furnished by C Dr. Hobson, Dentist. this excellent fair year after year. w Farm For Sale. ish to Eell privately my farm of Attention, Councilmen Concrete Crossings I Ecs&ion Other Kentucky Towns to Follow 70 acres, located on Himer's Fork of Danville's Lead. Otter Creek, 3 miles from Richmond. Twenty-fiv- e acres of this land is in corn The best smoker, the I'roctor Knott The item in last Monday's Advocate cigar. and 15 acres in grass. For further par- concerning the concrete crossing under construction in Danville attracted a lx;t Midl.ilf paint and trim your ticulars call on or address. Wm. Rii.ey, great deal of attention. A number of majll-Cm- o carriage. jy20-lState exchanges reproduced it entirely, White Hall, Ivy. Tho state favorite, the Proctor while others commented on it and in Four Kittens in Bunch. Knott cigar. order to comply with requests for copies R. D. Campbell jot Bob Potts to tele- of the article, Base-ba- ll here and Fri the following is reprophone us late jcaterday that an old cat duced as it contains tho meat of Hichmond. da Danville the belonging to 11 O. Farris, L. fc N. agent story. Nee Midkiirshne of busbies before at Silver Creek, had given birth to four Many persons predicted that the ou buy. All work guaranteed, kittens that were grown together in. concrete ciossings wouldn't last, and may o Siamese fashion. Their bodies are the majority of them jumped to the James Warner's house at Valley united so that they can moe about conclusion that they were much more Vipw burned Sunday. No insurance. only by rolling over. expensive crossings. Danville vs. Richmond! The Teachers Institute is in here. This well known water and steam mill has been fitted out with the latest improved roller method for making flour, which is as white aDd pure as can be made, The French Burr if still used for making meal, which is second to no grade turned out in this Slate. A corn crusher is also run for the accommodation of their patrons. Another needed impioveinent, a machine has been attached to the mill. The individual members of this firm ara Messrs. WT, K. Cleland and David Chenault. Our Motto, Plesse Our Patrons." wool-caidin- "For It Liver Troubles and constipation Ayer's Piixs are invaluable, always affording immediate relief. They are patterns to close at Sic per yard, former price have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful" designs and 15c. rf-.J- g The Best PHI. 93 R. S. MAYO. Edna, J inn. Bcrca Again. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye a Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ascs have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost birei and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are just what a horso needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 :ents per package. Spain will soon have the greatest submarine navy in tho World. To Cleanse the System (2fe UtXiniTmZSEcl We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up between our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from Gic to Sc per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12i to 18c per yard. r -- , f Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Franeait will be sold in this sale at Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. m v. I v.igon on tho market. iuayll-6mS L. Midkihf. William Terrill has been appointed pchool trustee in tho Uybeetown district, vice Grinstead removed. Mr. Thos. C. Wells is now a member of the drug firm of Douglas A. Wines, with Ed Wines as prcscription-ist- . o hae the best and cheapest road Danville Plas Us and Friday the Richmond base ball club will cross bats with the famous Danvilles on the C. U. Campus. Admission, 15 anil 3 cents. Richmond has such excellent plajers as Hord, Kelluer, Ingram, Farris, etc. Danville has, but you know what Danville can do! She's all right. Two games, lemember. Armed to The Teclh. -- The alarm of fire on Thursday Mr. Broaddus' Rash Act Culs His Throat. A friend here has received a phoU night resulted from tho burning of lace graph of Major Fielder, one of our solThe residents of Walnut street were curtains at Mr. C. 1). Chenault's dier boys at Camp Thomas, showing terrified last Thursday noon by a man the lad up as a rough and tumble fighwho walked up and down the square brandishing a razor, with blood stream Air. A. It. Patrick declining to ter of the Big Hill persuasion. Hib ing from his throat. The women with teach the fall school at Whites Station, fighting outfit consists of four rifles, six Navy pistols, aud a Bowie Knife babes in their arms were frightened it has been granted to Mr. J. H. Davis, and under this arsenal Major looks out of their wits and small crowds of Lexington. of quite contented and happy. men here and there seemed paralyzed I have on bauds now a full line of with fear allowing the man to roam at Three Slices for Jessamine. high grade buggies, carriages and road will up and down the thoroughfare. In the appointing of guards for the wagons- at lowed prices. When it was learned that it was ReuFrankfort penitentiary under the S. L. MlDKH'K. mavll Cmo ben Broaddus, the well known butcher, Commissioners, Jessamine gets there was added consternation and pit-- , The lelebnited acetylene or Sun- the following appointments: W. S. for he has a large and respected family light gas is utd at Mock ton & Rodney Baldwin and F. T. and is himself highly regarded. But Hagan's drug store. It beats electric Scott,Jr., son of Warden Lillard. Rodlight Seo it. Mrs. Million is agent. ney the spectacle: With a gaping wound Baldwin was graduated last year four inches across tho throat, tho flesh Williamson will icsuine her at Hussellville college. Mr. Scott was Mrs on the lower side drooping like a red Puvate School o"n Seventh stieetthe formerh maishall of NIchoIasville. curtain from the ghastly wound from first Monday iu September and would What Brand of Whisky. which the blood flowed in a stream over your patronage be grateful for his entire breast making it a vast exJeff Davis, residing near Valley junc22-3Kiss Baughman Wins. panse of red, glossy in tho sunlight. View, killed, one day last week, sixty-fiv- e The "popular salesman" contest inMiss Tempie Oldham has moved snakes in one bunch. He turned augurated by the Register about two Officers were sent for and four soon arher stock of goods for the months of up a stone and found them in hiding rived, but only Messrs. Pleas Broaddus, July and August into the loom back of under it. There was one mother snake months ago, ended on Monday at noon, Everett Berry and John Wagers were when the count of votes began, resultfcchlegel's Hall. Ladies wishing Mil- and r baby SDakcs. able to pacify Mr. Broaddus, after a ing as follow.,: will linery, notions and underwear, long and exhausting harangue. At Hamon Million, living near Baldwin, 1st. Miss Bessie Baughman, 25,753. sae money by calling on her. aKo killed forty-fiv- o in one nest one 2nd. Mr. Jay Lackev, 19,03S. last the razor was knocked from his july0-2young ones. old one and forty-fou- r 10,749. grasp and he w as put to bed and phy3rd. Miss McColluin, 4th. Thirty-odothers "also ran." sicians sent for. Drs. Evans and MadiAt a regular anual meeting of Kir. Nrale's Assailants in Hoc. The victor is a winsome and popular Vaught sewed up tho wound and alson County Directors of Hurst House Abner McQueen, one of the two men Insurance Co. last week Thursday, who fired at Mr. Louis Neale one night saleslady of the Busy Bee Cash Store, though the loss of blood was verySreat W. D. Oldham & Co., proprietors, and he has a chance for recovery if" he John D. Hamilton and Wiu. A. last week as the latter was driving the premium she wou consists of a free will submit himself to proper treatwere elected to represent this home, has been arrested in Estill by railroad ticket .to Niagara Falls. For ment. No cause for the rash act is Board at Millersburg in the next GenSheriff Daniels and is now in jail here. the past week or so the original scheme given. It was committed while under eral Board meeting. S. G. Hanson was He confessed to being guilty and imof clipping the coupons was abandoned, the influence of drink. continued as county chairman. plicated one John Reed in the trouble. so heavy was the demand for ballots. Union of Gentry Family. The County Board wre much please But he says they were did not wish to Every job press in the Register office w ith the succcps of the company and Monday morning, August 1st, R. D. rob Mr. Nealc, ouly thinking in their was keep red hot, night and day; the work of their county agent, J. V. drunken condition, he was trying to Sunday and Sunday night included, Hunter and family, V. W. Bush and C'haney. run over them. and it was rumored that the Climax family, A. G. Bush and family, Maj. The fishermen along the Kentucky machinery was impressed into service, Wm.Bu8h, of Texas, R. H. C. Bush, Did You Get One, Free? Mrs. Ella McCoy and daughter, of Inlarger catches this wholly untrue. river are reiorting The souvenir edition of the Rich- but this is season than have been made for many Everything ran smoothly so long as dianapolis, and quite a number of oth years. The bountiful supply of fish is mond Climax is splendidly illustrated, the coupons were clipped from papers ets, will leave for Crab Orchard Springs printed, well written and a credit attributed to the lock and dam which finely actually printed, until some ambitious to attend tho union of the Gentry famin every way to the city and county. forces slack water to within a mile or friends of one of the losing candidates ily which will be held there the first is double tho usual 6ize and is printtwo of the Madison county lino at the It induced the management to print the week in August, says the Winchester book paper. A mouth of Paint Lick. "We had the ed on finely calendered coupons in groups, without the .papers. Ucmocrot. Tho object of this meeting picture of the staff with Clarence pleasure of enjoying a ten pounder at Then the fun began. It has developed is to bring together as many as possithe splendid table of Mr. Fred Burton, Woods clipping items from the Inte- that the devisers of this ingeuious ble of the descendants from the revoluproprietor of the Valley View Hotel, rior Journal, one of his favorite pa- scheme got left to the tune of -, as it tionary soldier, Richard Gentry, his pers, shows a remarkably intelligent one day last week. was a game at which two could play. brothers, David, two sisters, Winnie force IronV'Old Man Chenault" to the The result is that from last Friday at and Oney, and his uncles, Martin, Ellislon Mills. devil, and is a compliment to the Inte4 p. m. until Monday noon, more than Watson, WTilIiam and Moses Gentry, These famous obi mills are now in rior Journal that it fully and gratefully 50,000 ballots were printed on the job all of whom came from Virginia, in full blast, daily grinding corn and appreciates. Stanford Journal. presses, in the short spaco of 03 hours, pioneer days, some settling permanentwheat hauled from all directions, in Remains of Two Soldiers in a Small Box. and it is reported that Cincinnati of ly in Konttcky, others having pushed and outot Madison county. They are In a box about a foot square and fices contributed to the work. Anyhow farther westward as the country admaking three grades of flour. weighing with its contents just eleven one of the offices in town was searched vanced. Extensive committees of arpounds, all that is left of two Federal to see if ballots had been surreptitiously rangements have been established for Joe Willis is Sale. soldiers, passed through here Friday printed there. Miss Baughuan's vic- thisJStatc, Missouri and other places. Judging by a telegram from tory, under the circumstances, is a tes- A largo attendance is expected and in a freight car of the L. & E. road, postmasters at Elizabeth, to Lexington for timonial to the superb generalship, every effort is being made to make the from Jackson Richmond and a few others whose reuurial, says the Winchester Democrat. cool courage", and financial ability of meeting a source of great pleasure and be reterms do not expire" will not The remains were those of John Rouse, her backers, not to mention her popu- information to all who may be present. moved until their commissions expire. Commissary Sergeant of the Fourteenth lar hold upon the people in and out of The Kentucky members will meet at This is only fair and just. Kentncky Volunteer Cavalry, who en- Richmond. Hundreds of ballots were Lexington Monday morning and proStole Two Watches, listed in Company M at Irvine, Estill 6ent to her from adjoining towns, saved ceed in a body from there to Crab Orchard. The members from the westNoah Chambers, a ten year old jail county, and died August 1G. 18G3, and up by admiring friends. ern States will meet at St. Xouis and George Melton, of Company H same A CARD OF THANKS. bird, broke into Yeager's jewelry store come from that point in a body, meet1SG3, in on Monday and stole two watches. He regiment, who died August 15, ing the Kentucky delegation at Crab To Ike Public: sold one for 50 cents and hid the other. Bieatbitt county. Jj. . H. publicly my many Orchard Monday evening. I wish to thank When captured the property was reSued Eor $50,000. Bush, of this city, was secretary of the friends in Madison and other counties stored to its owner and the jonnsr vilAt last tho case cf Margaret Prince for their kind expression and generous Kentucky contingent and has been iu- lain sent back to jail. vs the Richmond Fair Association has assistance in my contest for the Regis- rdefatigableiu working up tho, matter. Much of success of the enterprise is duo Moody Dead. Pleas been filed, and the following directors ter's free trip to Niagara Falls. shall on the evening of the company have been summoned ever gratefully remember them. Of to his diligence aud good management. On Monday last at train the remains of Pleas Moody ar- to appear in the TJ. S. Circuit Court .course X know that my success was duo. 3 January term next. rived from Frankfort and were taken Frankfort at its to the superior efforts and interest of J. B. Chenault, S. B. White. D. R. my friends, antl the popularityof my The meeting at Athens, conducted to Biggeretan" & Oldham's furniture store, where a new coffin was procured Tevis, J. B. McCreary, J. J. Neale, J. store, but to be associated with suclia by Jilder W". R. Llovd.Is progressing Deather-agand the burial took place before ten W. .Bale, G. E. Black, S. A business institution aud to have such nicely, 44 additions being-- tho visible P'B.BroadduB, J. J. 35mbry, C. friends enlisted lor me is all the glory results to date. Mr. Lloyd will fill bis o'clock that night. It will be remembered that Moody was 6entencod to H. Chenault, T. T. Covington, H. M. want; pmlpit here onShn day moroiag.- - " " Rospt., i. Tjee Baughman. seven years in the penitentiary for HerHdon, J. W. Fox, Hugh McElwain, BuesiE "Tlieldexlcan, veterans of'Keutacky rf. killing Tbcophilus Powell, at the for- J. S. Crntcher, Joe Chenault, J. H. tkigo" bombardment powder cost will hold' their annual sbwhIoh at Har San Mat S.. Cohen, ,, mer's store at! Bobtowa about two Thorpe, StiNQjHe. jK W ' a at.-MfcTMwMPTtaHard.,: , years ago. Moody naa eaUBptMi - JU- con-cietrefci-tlenc- e. - new-Priso- n Lil-lar- d, the rock The old rock crossing running,' from Kiunaird & Goodwin's to the opposite side of Main street was laid at an expense of lo2. The concrete crossing substituted for it cost S33, a difference of $77 in favor of the concrete. The concrete, too, is four feet wide, smooth and an ornament to the 6treet- - The rock crossing, when well set, lasted from five to seven years, but would get iu pretty bad repair after five year. If not properly pi t in, they were very expensive. Xov as to the durability of the Mr. Welch, one of tho oldest members of the city council, who has had much experience with street improvements, heard last spring that concrete crossings had been tried in Paris with splendid satisfaction, and he stopped off there for hours to personally investigate the matter. Mr. Will Berks was then Major of Paris aud he took considerable pains to infoun Mr. Welch. He said the concrete crossings then in use in Paris had been down for seven years aud the' then showed no signs of wear. This being the case, there is no good reason to believe that the concrete not only costs.fully in some cases f less than the rock, but will hist two or three times as long. This idea is incorrect. ono-haltwo-thir- than correspondent of the Richmond from Wallaceton, Ivy, who signs himself, E. W. Baker, takes The Democrat to task for our recent atticle on the Mixed Schools at Berea, and the school at Camp Nelson. He writes, "some of tho negroes who have graduated at Berea, accuse the President, W. G. Frost, of using his influence surreptitiously to 'root out' the negro." He auniits that the number of negro students is far below that of the whites. Ho doesn't tell that John G. Fee built another church and pulled out of the or congregational church, he first established. It is plain that Berea is to free itself from the negro or that the negro is freeing himself from Berea Inch is all the Democrat stated. The idea that Fee battled for the education of whites and negroes, males and females, under one roof, he may hate to see abandoned, but he is practically out of the institution and his whim will hardly be considered in the contemplated change to a white school for mountain boys of Kentucky and Virginia. Nicholasville Democrat. A Clima ifrt: i? We have recently added toourline of imported French Organdies about 300 new styles and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the fine patterns included at 19c per yard, former price 23c to 35c Come early to get choice. 9) CD ) Remember, prices named oh our entire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all our stores. F Effectually yet gently, when costive or bilious, to permanently overcomo habitual constipation, to awaken the kidncysjmd liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, use Syrup of Figs, made by the Fig Syrup Co. Cali-forin- a" vv Yellow fever killed 11,500 Spanish soldiers in Cuba. Men, women and children who are troubled with sores, humors, pimples, etc., may find permanet relief in Hood's Sarsaparilla. It There are 230 glaciers in the Alps said to bo over five miles in length. "I think DoWitt's Witch Hnzol Salve is the finest preparation on the market for piles." So writes John C. Dunn, of Wheeling, Wr. Va. Try it and you will think the same. It also cures eczema and all skin diseases. Douglas & Wines. The oil of the rattlesnake is said to be good for rheumatism and neuralgia. to All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machincmade Torchon Laces, Hamburgs and ) Embroideries of all kinds, Taris Mulls, Swisses, (a White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the Aft entire lot. Prices on all other lines of goods we carry ) including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, No) tions, Shoes, etc., have been made so low in this sale that each and every item purchased will be ( a bargain You can't go wrong here. .B.3-"i-c;i- r -- 9X3 & Now is the time to enlist as a customer-W- e are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry 5 to make this the greatest sale we ever held. QS We extend a cordial invitation to every one to attend. ) P" S ) Wo did not intend to hold thin sale wltcn we began giving tickets on our handsome Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come early and avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. """"' ' OLDHAM & COMPANY. Bszn iSS i h L .... JM v8c . m A mirror could not lie if it wanted The glass has nothing to gain by flattery. If the roses of health and plumpness of beauty aro leaving your mm facey,our mirror will tell you so. Health is the greatest beautifier in the world. When a woman sees the indications of in the face, sho may with HI BM absolute certainty look for the mmW cause iu one or both of two conditions BBfek constipation, and derangement of the organs distinctly Dr. Hi feminine. Piererce's Favorite Piescription will M Hi BM Hi H llfl cure permantently and positively any ''female complaint." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets will cure constipation. There Is no reason iu the woild why a woman should not be perfectly healthy. She will gain in health, strength and flesh. Hollows and angles will give place to fullness and grace. She will be that noblest and most beautiful of all creation a per feet woman. stamps to AVorld's Send 21 Dispensaey Medical Association, Buf falo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 100S page "Common Sense' Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated. The army of Germany boasts eight women colonels. nl-m- ADVERTISE h Hw 1H EM MM m mm h M m m -- m saee9saB39aseeoaoc9acecass Illt(tttt0lll(01llt9lll ?.. a M m Ht llm SB EM M oo...v HhI HLHl HHH VH h1 h1 tH B mS hm Hi Hi HI Hi IB B M .- fD ,vi. fgSsi ljtv3' one-ce- nt IHm 9ta HBBn BJC Es faixty-fou- A Good Memory d Often saves money and also good health. If you aro troubled with constipation, indigestion or any form of stomach trouble remember to take home a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and health will be restored to you. Trial sizes 10c (10 doses 10c) large size 50c and $1 00 of B. L. Middel-ton. Midsummer Bill Clearance Sale IS NOW GOING ON. This Msans 'a Everybody Knows ISsJ r WITH US, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE " w A a ooS Is) vjy ja ly3 199 C9 i Our Great 1 aug3-l- To-Morr- ow a reai Deal to ihs Iniendsd Purchaser. PER m The demand for cavalry horses has revived the equine industry in Wyoming. 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 aud stomach and liver troubles. Small in size but great in result. Douglas A Wines. Our coast signal service system extends all the way from Bar Harbor to Galveston. TEA cures Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Dyspep-Tliftillvfc- Ko -R- & DANVILLE VS. Friday W Our Men's Suits E SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIV- E cent on any article you may"vant. :?- from $3.50 to $13.50 ; one such as we have been selling from $5.00 to $1S.00. Bia, OUR YOUTO Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. $-- ICHMOND AT MEFS SUITS -- ! Married couples in Norway are privileged to trevel on railways at a fare and a half. Tired ami True. from $3.50 to $7.25 are such as we have been sellingat $5.00 to $10.00. s. Wish-ingto- n, en-rou- te Tousands havo tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indigestion and sich headache and have found it true to the claim made for it, viz; that is the best remedy now before the good people for the relief of stomach troubles Trial size 10c large sizes 50V and $1.00 of B. L. Middelton. aug3-lm CAME CALLED 3:30 P, M from 75 cents to $2.85, are such as we have been selling for $1.00 to $4.00. Knee Pants Suits Jl'S rs been selling from $2.00 to $4.50. at $1.50 to $3.40, are such as we have at $1.00 to $3.75, are such as we have been sdling'at $1.50 to $5.00.-35 England's ordnance survey map cost $20,000,000 n Admission, DEPTH, POWER. of these properties. & o 3 25 and 15 Cents. The .editor of the Evans City, Pa,, Globe, writes. '"Oue Minute Cough Cure is rightly named- - It cured my children after all other remedies failed." It cures cough, colds and nil throat aud lung troubles. Douglas & Wines. QDALTTY, RESOHMCE, c One make of Piano may have ope, another two, another three 'mmmB3BIBBBBS3mmmmm yrS S nS eSr2 Profanity is forbiddon by both the army and navy regulations of the United States. Sick headache, biliounoss, constipation and all liver aud stomach troubles can be quicklv cured byusiug thoe famous little pills lvnownnsDcWiit'sLlc-tl- o Earlv KLsers. They are pleasant to take and never gripe.' Douglaft & Wines. A. boxful of earth fiotn thegarden.of Gethsemano waseprlukled' over Mr. Gladstono's.cofliu. CUBAN OIL cures as we havebeensell- ing at Fifty Cents to TJhree Dollars. to. over you intend taryiug, and everybody knows look whea what a Clearance Sali; means at Our Hats:! i cents to $2.10 are 3lu, I RBL.IQIOUS.- - Jacfca'ui piano .. Has feMa alia yaws; write w.-l Sfe-SC-- ESfThese are pricey that you can't afford BmmmmWmMmmMmmWmWBmmm c, - , I , Planters Cute, Uhjnn); B ufceg, Klxm- SWJy Prrjfctawn EC' e - 3Seal-Beanet- t, , -- Kft&m and ' 36eate. A lWHMi;..mMon to W & cJjC "?S ith.t "A.k Organ m&SnSi ""'iiSKvA KF? it " Wvt alt eSUf. U sa Tons. rmmf - ' IU cJC . - J. 8TRENG, M :WCUkr,-Z- Lum 1M 2Mtff i JIM JMtNT. -'-- sSS-'- f c s'Ci'avC: i. ! iSt-.r- s &J2&T:- - ' flW :a :.! &TsvL.T -. . w A h3f .T- - . . : tmz: ,.-- WP at! 3 tf t t a - Kft . ... tst C.,;- - . ' ft- -' Qii"?" j Frsiskfort Si Cincinnati Railway- 1, 18S3 In Eflect May DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. M&Zfik JHEjVOYhvBt THE DRUMMER. Does Baby GOOD STORY. ALL WOMEN An ambitious young lawyer paid his Orst visit to a country court, uot far from New Orleaus, not loiigBinco. He went to represent a big railroad in a auit brought by a countryman to recover the value of an ox which departedthia life in a vain attempt to hold up the limited mail. The question before the couit was one of identification and the countryman had testified that he knew the ox by his color and the flesh marks. The young- lawyer rote and with dignity eaid: Ml you honor please, there can be no question that this witness has sworn falsely when ho testified that an ox can be recognized by his color. I was a stenographer beforo I became a lawyer and for two days, your honor" (drawing out his note book). "I have taken a detailed description of every ox that passed the hotel, and I ain prepared to swear as an expert that all oxen look alike to me." "You are trifling with the dignity of this court, sir!" sternly said the judge, "and I will fine " "Hold on, judge," said the clerk, "there hain't been but one yoke of oxen in this town in a week. Old wood and man Henley's been the lawjer's been countin' the same oxen over and over." "Judgment for the plaintiff." said the judge, and the lawyer took his departure, a sadder but wiser man. Should know that the "Old Time" Eemedr. nnimnmi""i"," TRY east Elkhom... SuriUcr. Stamping Ground Duvall ' Oeorgetown. usorpetowa.. lvre Arr Newtown CcntreTille, IiTe Frankfort- - bound. . juxq. 6 43 p.m. 6 T " . si 08 i 3i I 4 4 4 4 1 30 58 42 52 Ksimjia AN eTVVyJ "9m t mev rKA .Si "' Eluabeth... Paris. Paris .8 828 8 00 8 11 22 is If WS I J! I IR J7I$V . s 40 s io p-- 5s l Mr n r WEST BOUND. X.Te Arr Elizabeth Centrerille 4 lambs, despisingsmall things, Xhe Natives jtud UrltUh SnbJ cts Do Xot ADVERTISE WITH DS, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE." and cultivates the liberal arts Duck,. Want the Islands or the art of being liberal, :::: ti Spalnhh Bale. eoaog . which is much the same. Like Loxdox, July Natives of the "the busy bee that bears the Philippine, islands and British sub.. pollen from flower to flower, jects who have interests there are .! This is the grateful exalarmed by the reports that the peace so he bears seed though from -- .4b SCOTT & BC.V.NE, ChtmUts, New York e terms include the return of those pression of the thirsty man to man, and the world islands to Spain. As a result they fructifies and is more glad His vives are known, but his E. C. Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas, have held a meeting- here, and after soul who tastes the liquids a cooled by ice made from consultation with the Philippinas.in and bountiful for his being in writes that Do yon need a PIow,fl virtues are untold. Like the Hazel Salve one box of DeWitt's Witch France and Belgium, have cabled to pure distilled water by a was worth $50.00 to him. President McEinley and to Senator it. orxecceo j A Harrow, c c turtle his voice is heard in the It of ten years the Richmond Ice FactoCalifornia fig syrup co. a He is ever a pilgrim but laud and he is soup for many. ing.cured his pilesothers to try stand- Davis, chairman of Iho foreign relaO A Corn Planter, S3 He advises SAX FKAN CISCO. CmL it. It tions committee. 3 The message to ry never a stranger. He sings He goes forth from the ark also cures eczema, skin diseases and President McKinley is as follows: LOCISYILLE. Kj. NEW YOKK. N. A Wagon, or other jjglPFree delivery, in any in the church, talks politics when the wraters subside to obstinate sores. Douglas & Wines. "The Phllipplnas resident in Europe pray g We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, and SrSr1 ri c quantity, and on short you not to abandon the Philippine islands lor u Olds Farm Wagon. In fact, carry a coaplete line of Hardware, Stores on the street and plays cards pluck the first green leaf and the sake of peace with Spain. Our loyalty and His Mother's Instructions. a and Tinware. Tin Rooting sad Gatterlaga Specialty. 8 notice.. on the train. He cheers the blaze trust in the honor of America entitle us to 0 the way for children of your consideration and support. To hand over 5 country merchant, educates men. Those who can't see A mother outside of camp dictated our country again to paln U contrary to the a I Hock Cornslison b' nanitarinn proceedings of yournoble nation the cross road politician, and his blaze will do well to follow the following letter recently: Civilization, "To the War Department Gentle Hid the wish of all classes. by dropping a dollar among his smoke. From Bede's Bud- men: My son, John, as you know, is trade and order nil will bs lost IS Spanish au" A O o us thority is in any form." ? S siJiaststsis)aisisAaAsiasksiaiiastsiaaaaa " U S O the Peter Pence throws a ray get. in the army. He jiued last week. MANAGER. The message to Senator Davis says: FOR'. When his first month's pay falls due, of light athwart the pathway "A cast iron agreement, binding Spain to put S5 of it in a letter and send it tome. form a government satisfactory to the inhabBucklen's Arnica Salve. cf the man of God. A homeo Take the balance and buy me the itants Is preposterous. To rstnla her soverThe less wanderer, his grip is no Bruises,Best Salve in the world for Cats. BSSS eignty means deception, opprcsdon and bigSores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever otry. We placed our rights In your hands and ''Six balls of sock yarn. I have rented for 1838 the several houses adpray you to induce the president and senate Four of the best Fire Insurance Com- - X less embarrassed in thecheck Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chil i vertised by panies in the United States. Losses paid ''Two caliker frocks. not to abandon In the hour of peace a psople four or fire me last December, but have now room than he is among the chil- blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, other nice cottages, well located promptly. i of flour wholesale price. tbo, trusting in American honor, fight for and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at "One barrel cures Piles, no M and Ohio Railway. dren of men. He is easv and and positivelyguaranteed orgive pay re- "A small pocket Bible, to write John's their common interests." my ofhee over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, quired. It is perfect to In the Prudental, you are offered the informal in his manner, and satisfaction or money refunded. Price name in. best Life Insurance attainable, and on Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. FLORIDA H. PARRISH, the most approved plans. In Accident Attorney and Agent. f Insurance we again give the best We often engages the attention of 25 ceuts per box. For sale by Perry & "Please git these for mo on Mondays, CAUSED BY LAMP EXPLOSION. will not transact business with irresponWEST BOUND. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to V. when the stores advertise bargains. I sible companies. the waiter girls without the 6 55 am Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom forgit the name of the comp'ny John's A i'iro In a Cheap Iodjlnsr Iiouse in San 26) Second Street, dec!5-l7 30 am GEO. ff. RILEY Eastern Express for Louisville 1'rancisco, CaL FIto L'.rrs L.ot and Up Stairs. eccentricity of an introduc- G. White. 3 00 nm Morehead and Lexincton Accom. in, but you can look it up, as you have 4 50 pin New York Limited K. F. V Five Persons Hadty Earned. BRIEFS. plenty of time." Atlanta Constitution. Probably he has met About the color of footwear for next a Of Shelbyville, Ky., Eecommends EAST BOUND. tion. Wright s Celery Capsules. Sa- Fbaxcisco, July SO. them elsewhere on his route, Carelessness in small things caps 9 15 am A fire broke xexiBcton and Morehead Accom.. summer. Therefore we propose to sell ; Shelbyville, Ky., May 20, '90. To New York Limited F. F. V. ... 11 58 am y out shortly after midnignt in a Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom ... 6 30 pin and it makes him feel at his many a career with failure. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: NO LOAFERS ALLOWED. 9 23 pii Washington Express frame building at 113 Oregon every pair of our present stock at once V Gents I have purchased a box of own fireside to hear theirgen-tl- e The business man who fails to anAccommodation trains rnn daily except Sunstreet caused the loss of five lives and Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. IT BURNS GAS? day. Other trains run daily. "Three miles from a regardless of cost. voices calling roast beef, swer to business letter is on the right little backwoods village,nowhere, in a badly burned five persons, one of Middelton, druggist, and used them for Through sleeping and dining car service to over in North whom is not expected to survive. road rain 'way off the good busiSour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiNew York. roast mutton, veal and Irish ness track. For information, rates or sleeper reservations pation and found that they cave me imCarolina, the other day, I found the one THE "SOLAR" e The building was a cheap ca'J on or write K. HOOD, Agent L.&N.By., mediate relief every time. 1 think it an stew. And if he is a true There are many surgical operations town in the world where everybody Bichmond. Ey. and most of the inmates were excellent remedy. We will not carry over a pair and .i The Iew Acetylene Gas Dicycle Lamp. or GEOEGE W. BABNEY, that are more painful than paying as works, and no loafing is permitted," longshoremen and people who work D & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. A. C. knight of the grip he will apti the price we are making on them will g Yours very truly, says a well known traveling No Mors the river front. ly answer, Give me Irish, too. you go, sundry opinions to the contrary "In this hamlet there's nosalesman. alongstructure burned Ueing of wood 9 notwithstanding. idleness the Geo. W. Rilev like tinder and SOOT, accomplish the object. will pay A So there is new music on the If it is a good thing, and original, that is not voluntary or vicious, and the victimes were nearly all suffoEA IER THAI EVER SMOKE, CALDWELL'S porcelain cymbals and joy push it along. Kb one can do business this privilege is not allowed, even to cated. The propertv los is not over you to call at once and make your v EREASE in these days without spending money the wandering AVillie out of a job. SJ,000. The explosion of an overturned M 1 P about the board of the The present schedule of Illinois Central Railt On a sign at the postoflice, in Beech- - lamp caused the fire. nor DANGER directly for the purpose desired. CONSTIPATION. road, in addition to shortening the time to selections. V Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier inn that day. The manufacturer or merchant who land, is this injunction, from which Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas, III Gen. Slerritt Arrives In Manila. Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The I But beneath the gay and does not advertise may linger at the there is no appeal: 'No loafing al VTho can think Fplendid train service with which the Illinois simple V Manila Bay, July 0, via Hong Wanted-f- in Idea of someDatent? .J lowed in this town. We work, and so old stand, Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled ttAzx to nonchalant demeanor there is original but ho will never outgrow must everybody else, who expects yonr Ideas: they may "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than It to Kong. July 30. Gen. Wesley Merritt ProtectJOHN WKSDERBURX ft bring you wealth. accommodations. CO, Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned oftimes a serious vein. Some Peculiar, that pails in a factory made reside here for any length of time. and the transports and troops under WriteWashington, D. C. for their Patent Attorneys, prlxo offer territory. It can't jar or blow and list of two hundred lnrenUcn wantea. v ft The Central is the only line which runs Free Jittle locket holds thecounter-fei- t to hold water, and filled with it, are Idleness breeds crime, and as we never his command arrived at Manila on the out like an Oil Lamp. Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains U Phone, No. 21. morning of July 25. All were wclL from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Fiust Stkki.t. Y of those who have a story, generally marked, "For fire only." had a robbery or a murder here, wo Gen. Merritt will at once assume, comPullman Tourist Car for California, j ABSOLUTELY 50 YEARS' Quite as strange that some, and not a at the Lve Louisville every Thursday 9 25pm Lirfit costs of a cent an hour. Throws or in his watch case is the few individuals lackingbusiuess capacity have determined to strike be given root mand. EXPERIENCE 8 18am Arr Memphis Friday of all evil. Tramps will a dear, w.nf l:.Iit 1(0 one Arr New Orleans Friday ." 45pm r circular Warn about the . . . face that is much to him. get credit as easily after their second hour in which to depart, and honest Lve New Orleans Friday 8 20pm 8 45am Greatest Bicycle .Lanp of the l'tar Arr Houston Saturday .. .. OMAHA EXPOSITION Arr San Antonio Saturday 4 45pm More than one dependent re failure as they did before their first fiz- men out of employment will be given Fron your dealer C . Arr Elpaso Sunday 3 45pm work if they desire it. If not, they June 1st to October 31st orient prepaid or a ztipm un AEReies Tuesday .rr San Franciscoiuonuav lative may be a pensioner on zle. Hat Review. Arr 5 15pm must git, and git as quick as their lazy BADGER BRASS B.FG. GO. his purse, and now and then Thousands of persons have been cured legs will carry them away from our Tbt k lit Trie Vain Rtt to CiSknk. Trade Marks c he takes a fryer in the of piles TflK GRANDEST EXPOSITION KEHOSKA, VJS. . Designs market Salve. by using Do Witt's Witch Hazel village. This means you." Louisville Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to Copyrights &c. a V V 'J C It heals promptly and cures Post. the territory mentioned will do well to (except World's Fair) ever planned Anyone sending a sketch and description may just to chance a little Christ- eczema and all skin deseases. It gives with B. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenquickly opinion free whether an in the "United States. Located within lnTentlonascertain onr patentable. Communlra- ger Agent, Louisville, Ky. is probably mas present for the fireside immediate relief. Douglas & Wines. tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents Wm. Alford Keixoxd, A G. P. A., Uctulachc bad? Get Dr. Miles' l'aln Pills. cheap and quick access of the entire sent free. Oldest airencr for secunncr natcntfl- A DROUGHT IN CALIFORNIA. Missouri Patents taken throneh Jlunn & G P. A., A. H. Lonisville, Ky folks at home. He troubles and Mississippi Valleys, at tjxeial notice, without charge. In the Co. recelro MINIMUM WEIGHTS OF PRODUCE. . Chicago, HI. your own doors. Through tickets benot the world with his own afScientific flmericait One Hundred Thousand Sherp in the Sieryond Omaha allow rs. Refairs, whether of grief or glad- The following are minimum weights ra Foot Illlls ?in: Die of StarvaA handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cirduced excursion rates to Omaha. Take culation of any sclenUflo journal. Terns, J3 a R. N. I. & B. R. R. tion and Thirst. year: four months, ft. Sold by aU newsdealers. ness, but bears to all about of certain articles of produce according the Burlington Route the old and MUNN & to the laws of the United Slates: Co.3B,Brea. New York him the spirit of romance and hzo Time Table No. 33. Taking Effect Mon Fiiesxo, CaL, July SO. The dry sea- firmly established line to and through I i Branch Office, 025 F EL, 'Washington, D. C PerHtuhel. son has caused great loss to the stock- Omaha in any direction. day, May 2, 189S. knight errantly of which he Wheat CO lbs men on the Sierra foot hills. It Is esti- Howard Elliott. .. "W. Wakkley 1st Class. 2d Class. Of , No7y EAST BOC.VD. is the onry representative ex- Corn in the ear 70 lbs mated that 175,030 sheep were X, Gen: drin Gan. Manager. Louis, Passenger Agent. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 56 lbs into the forest reservations tant. He sits at the same Corn shelled Mo. St. after uie Rye A. M. P.M. A.M. . . 50 lbs withdrawal of the United ,. States cavt Versailles ... 18 22 6 52 board with the farmer and Buckwheat 5 30 4S lbs alry some time ago. Recently a force 02 Nvcholasville 7 35 6 4S KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. ECONOMIST The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a paTS twice as much for his Barley Valley View 26 8 09 8 20 48 lbs of deputy marshals .forced the stock RANGES whole or tosnit TmrrhflRpr. whffl, ia rtffaM a!11 41 Million 8 13 8 50 Profits. . B. 115. CUE, Presideat, Itiimjtwn, privatc sale; situated at 58 Iticlimond. 8 30 9 15 32 lbs owners to remove their cattle .and meals without a murmur, and Oats P. M. Peas 60 lbs sheep from the reserved land. Some LITERARY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COMUnian 12 13 10 00 MERCIAL COLLEGES. S3i 12 IS Moberlev 10 05 STATION, 5 has no intention of starting a White beans WHITE'S 60 lbs of the hoarders assert that as there Is .V2i .... 12 3 llrassfield 10 25 Tuition for Literary and Bible Course $22 a new political party to right Castor beans 35 Panola- 12 .... 10 40 40 lbs no grass and little water to be found year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well waIrvine 105 1135 OVER 5104,000 PAID IN MATURITIES. 50 lbs elsewhere at least 100,000 sheep must gymnasium. Thousands of successful alumni. tered. There is no better land in Madison his wrongs. Now and then Hungarian grass seed county. special attention. Open to both sexes. For 48 lbs perish of starvation and thirst No. 2 No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 OVER 539,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by he drives across the country, Corn.meal cavaiugues auaress me Tesiaenu JlyZ7tr west bocxd. Ex SuEx Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Malt 88 lbs turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, and Mast Xot Abandon Aenlnaldo. after buying the team White potatoes A. M. P. M. M. A. M P. 60 lbs etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post Losdox July SO. The Daily Mail Irvine 11 55 2 Office, ten miles from Bichmond. presents it to his host. Sweet potatoes CALL AT 55 lbs says: "We can not believe that Presi2 25 Panela 05 TEEMS Sale will be made Brassneld 2 30 20 SEMI ANNUAL STATEMENT cash. ". . ,T . . . 57 lbs dent McKinley will abandon Aguinaldo Onions Moberley 2 41 45 balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, He travels nights and Sun... Union .. 2 47 SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 2G, 1S9S. 55 lbs and the insurgents. address It would be tho ' 6 05 RiehmondV 3 15 2 15 days, spoils a dream of home Turnips 6 20 Dried peaches Million .... 38 lbs deepest dishonor, besides sowing the 3 33 3 Geo. D. White, Valley View 6 31 3 13 3 25 to catch a train, and worse Dried applea 26 lbs seeds of universal war. A joint com6 5S Nicholasville 4 10 4 Total Number of Coupons Issued.... 1I.21S White's Station, Ky. 7 50 Versailles 5 00 .... 6 10 . . . CO lbs mission could not arrive at an endur than a soldier campaigns in Clover seed Total Number of Coupons Paid 27S SALOON PARLOR M; ing compromise." In the Daily Mail's . 50 lbs A. M. P M. ?T M. P. Total Number of Coupons Lapsed.... 1,472 wet and drjT, CALDWELL'S WHEN IN TOWN. II He eats oleo forhot and cold. Flax seed All train rnnrMt witli Tiiiirtlla Cnnil..n, 0 Millet seed 50 lbs opinion an indemnity of from trains to and from Louisville. 3,7."W YRUPINDIGESTION. 11 butter, drinks Timothy seed to 7,000.000 (S30.000.000 to 45 lbs AU trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains CURES to and from Cincinnati. will be demanded for the loss of grass seed abomniable lukewarm coffee Blue 44 lbs 7,19i Total Number of Coupons in ForceJ. W. BOCK, Train Dispatcher. Coolest and most refreshing Hemp seed W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. 44 lbs the Maine." ANTED AGENTS to sell our Printing without cream, devours eggs y of drinks that can be found ' Presses. Vulccniicrs, Baggage and Key Two Killings ill Lonisville. 24 lbs cr "hoclif St el and Kubbcr Stamps. Seal Frcss-that any hen ought to be Ground peas in the city are dispensed Roofin nl Guttering Lou.lSVH.i-K- , Bran Ky., July 25. Virgio 10 lbs iitencis. c J. F. W. XXIUMAN CO., Total Paid on Coupons Redeemed. $ltH,P23 21 by SOUTHERN .1 IlFuyct! St.. Balto.,Md. Catalogue free. ashamed to cackle over, and Bob and accommo- Banks was killed here and General night CS,735 41 Total Passed to Reserved Fund...... Moore, of LaFayette, IndTi says by June Gillam. Wm. "Green, dating- clerks. it is is regaled with spring chicken that for constipation he has found RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. Job Work. RAILWAY. rw7V72TH7S3rHSV1'3 said, held Uankjs wlii! Gilliim stabbed that was beheaded in the presLittle Early Risers to be per- mm with a knife. AU are colored. Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. December 26, 1S97, to June 2G, 1SD8- 30,972 23 Income from ONKENTCCY) 3SSSSSri5$S$SSSSSSSS$$ ence of her mourning grand- fect. They never gripe. Try them for Policeman Mike Uiley shot and fatally DI3BUKSED stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & wounded George Parker, colored, SunCoupons Redeemed S23.00S 46 Schedule In effect My 1, 1808. children. day. P assett to xeser e...... ....... ................... ......... ...M " o2.to &4 Wines. The shooting was in self, -- 740 29 Expense Home, Lonisville, Cincinnati, Chicago Offices Such in brief is his lot, and EABTBOpyrt. No. L Na No. 8. defense. The Negro had drawn a reper cent Dividend on Capital Stock, at 4 651 20 A Book for Young and Old. 7.40am, 4.05pm 7.Spni Lv Louisville" volver. such is the hero of the grip. KINGSTON. 9.03am, B.S8pia 9.07pm . 676 74 At Saelbvvllle Balance....... GW-e- HCEUNCE OF STBtP OF FHB is dnc not only to the originality and 30 simplicity of the combination, bat also 41 rr Dnrall. to the care and skill with which it is 4S " Stamping Ground 59 manufactured by scientific processes " Switxer Jl 7 06 Eikhonu. " Krantfort known to the Califqbnia Fjg Sybup 7 20 " Co. only, and we wish to impress upon C. D. BEECAW, Gen'l Pass. Agrnt all the importance of purchasing the GBO. B. HAEPBB, Gen'l Supt. true and original remedy. As the Frankfort, Kentucky. genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California. Fiq Stbup Co. 2 enly, a knowledge of that fact will a assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fiq Sjthup Co. with the medir : :3 O cal profession, and the satisfaction 3 o which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes 3 00 the name of the Company a guaranty 3S of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, O 5. as it acts on the kidneys, liver and Z bowels without irritating or weakenz ing them, and it does not gripe nor e nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of . a. the Company seEsks w g TOE Newtown.. Georgetown Inre Georgetown --- S 23 9 32 9 38 9 48 10 00 10 40 10 58 11 10 25 11 35 U 55 &.m. 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 80 42 4S 58 08 jm ,. WrtVfA 'ur "vmifflB I iiWikMI 2SfBlRl VIWTBr? . ' m mwa '.ftrti ri ill. The traveling man is a forerunner of prosperity, and the envoy extraordinary and the minister plenipotentiar' to all whom it may concern. He hails from the iiouse of light and commissioned by all the jobbers in joy. He goes forth in the spring time and fertilizes the earth with unctious storj', and in the autumn he joins in the harvest song, covering his person the while with fine linen and velvet out of his expense money. He knows his rights, and knowing dares maintain. Therefore he lives on the fat of'his Thrive? baby is delicate and sickly and its food does not nourish it, put fifteen or twenty drops of Scott's Emulsion in its bottle three or four times a day andyou will see a marked change. We have had abundant proof that they will thrive on this emulsion when other food fails to nourish them. It is the same with larger children that are delicate. Scott's Emulsion seems to be the element lacking in their food. Do not fail to try it if your children do not thrive. It is as useful for them in summer as in winter. Ask your doctor if this is not true. If your U"? nil F.'-TmnMi-c i uip Corrects all TiTha tinct- fr,r lrrogularlUos In Female Orsans. Should be Oittttrt of Life and feelorn tntrxn for Planter "Old Time" ReaiesZlef .have stood the test for twenty years. I ChlllJ-Blrt- CANDY CATHARTIC iOc. MttJeonIy by New Spencer Medicine Co., Tennessee. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. a. Wliite. THE 25c. , 50c septa-iy ALL DRUGGISTS. dec8-l- yr PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. "Islls-ic- s." CO. v.. "' j FARMERS A -- - cc-cco- co T Y- -- Jan5-l- y t 2 -- I i i David R. Tevis, w 3 V fol-leri- n: Read Thiis Attorney-at-La- r - km&t We Don't jan2S-t- . . . 'ft aiinUs ( TAYLOR Bros. Q - w W am V Know a Thing! . y . . . je2-l- y H4f444-44-M4f44-f- 4- . three-stor- lodging-hous- . I! It waj-sid- e SDR. PEPSI N'ff r.! S1.SG0 Freeman tos. . t alu-al.- - 1 jui-- Ijmjra SOUTHERN 28-- 27 :ss jly6-6- MUTUAL Han-so- dec29-l- y FARM - stop-ove- INVESTMENT No7-- g 11 11 ALE one-third COMPANY Largest .... 128 rs Lexington, Kentucky. ! 11 Ky. Safest Investment " I Oil . 1 1 1 . VOtt-TII- E CO JO feb3-t- f -- I i PEPSIN s. .... ..... 0,000,-00- 35,000,-00- 0) - m up-to-da- te - De-Wit- t's mm of sin WUK RECORD E. PhoTO,s;rsiIIllMllCB. If IN Ml j 2-- 5 Ar La'renceb"?. Ar Verallles . Ar Lexington WISTBOCKU. . Ar Loul-vilTrains Nws. lc Lv Leiincloa .. . Ar VerkaiHes. Ar La'renceb'g ...... Ar Shelbyville-1. 2, 5 9.55am 6.30nm SOpm 10.16am C2pm laoopm liqiaam 7.2upm 10.x,pra Na& No, 2. No. 4. -- m M VECURE NERVOUS $39,972 23 4.40pm 5.05am 5.09pm 5J7am 8.35aml 5.30pm 9.27am' &2Sam llOJfiam! 7.50pm; 7.5.am tlpm Esli 1878 250,000 DISEASED BL00D PRIVATE1 DISEASES tion Chair Cars. 1 EASTBOCXO. 11. i and 6 carry Free ObservaWESTBOrSD. No. 12. Na I J. NolXiNo. KTATIOICS. 4.05pm 7.40am'Lv IouUvil Ar 7JiCpm1 iaf5im tilOpai! .55am Ar LarncbrgAr fJ2.pm; SJSam 7.2lpm;lu.4Aim ArllarodhbgAr' 4.40pm, 7J5am 73pmaa55amAr Burgln. .Lv 4.3ypm. 7X5am CURED men 4 niMTiionxu. Ka 15. Na C7. stations. tNa 4.(fipm 7.40amLv Louisrll Ar 10.55am 7.50pm 5Jpm, v.Ojim Ar Shelbvil Ar, 9.27am 6. Wpm CSfpm taiOam Ar Verallei Arj 8.05am 4.15pm 7.15pmll.ll'am Ar Midway Ar 7.45am 3.38pm 7.4opm l2.(Spm Ar Georgtn Lt) 7.15am' 3.00pm EASTBOtlM). WESTBOUND. ' WZSTBO0WD. fS. Na IS. 250,000 YOUNG MAN Ar JCnoxville Ar Ashevllle Ar Savannah.... ., Ar Jacksocville... At Chattanooga .. Ar Atlanta..... .. Ar JIacon Ar J adtHonriUe . . Chattanooga Ar Iiii mmgham . Ar Meridian Ar New Orleans. No 1 ca-xi- 7.4o.un; 4.u5pm Lv Louisvil A" 10L55araj "jpm 10.2fam: LJipni Lv Verslles A' 70atn( 5.0pm llirvim 7.S.pm Ar NlchlvlU Ar C5am 4.10pm lL5Spm; &30pm Ar Richland Lv 6.(6am' 3.13pm 1 ZOupm LOjpra' Ar Irvine Lt STAT1QKS N'o. L 3. l.v IxHitxviUe. 7.40am 7.45pm lexlngton . Ar jftjjgm lOJGpm iNa l.ltNo. S. BTATIOSS. itNa 6.itNo. 2. jfa 5. O 8.1pm' 7.1iam 5.10am . LI5nm ... ) . i n.iinm. ilia 1. o.oi'amrll.Joaa 8.10m .. Lr 95pm! llJfpm 7.4Ucm' -- lLlOpaj ticrc connentinsr wlUi Solid bule Train carrying throuii I"ullman Car uj 11 nniu,'bam. - Free Chair car lyjuisville to Vestiwv-v, when ignorant of the terrible crime you were committing. Did you only consider the fascinating allurements of thi otH habit? When too late to avoid the tar-noio results, were your eyes opened to your perur via you later on in manhood contract an v Pltf VATE nr IlLnon Doyaunow disease? Wereroucured? and then see some alarming symptoms? Dare Ton.. marrv in ..-mar riSMitrT?' mn. .... aiuon T 1 on know. "LlKl!; ..FATHER. tiiKK bua.- if namLiro yon con- mnuy nviair in areaa r is marmum m. uuurs wiLn von on acconnc or an v m ir-ness caused by early abuse or later ex cesses? Have yon ben drugged with mercury? This booklet will point out to you the results of throe crimes and point out bow our NEW METHOD TREATMENT will positively cure you. It shows how thousands have been saved by pur NEW TREATMENT. It proves how we can GHARANTRFIfn nilRU ANY CDRABLE CASE OR NO PAY. no ireai ana cure VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. GLEETS STRICTURE, IMPOTENCY, SECRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DISCHARGES. KIDNEY and BLADDER diseases. zur CURED ? - T w- -r I oaa lor Atlanta, Pull'nan Slrtnr rxjulsvUlo lo ,.?;5c:ltrI and U.rm'nsham. alo Lexini?. I. .... Meridian knu New Or. vuuu UUQ J4t 4. UaltU- acoa. JackMaviJo aid .Sleep-Jj- jr CURES GUARANTEED Tho "Wares of Sin" sent W enclosing 2n staran. COKKIIT.TATrnW unable to ealL write for FREE. If i!S: XfZ l.A.hcWUe. '"inwauAcw Oiiraus. '"--- y.y.e'i.1" auLsa. XIUSAXBUSAX. xor juuus T" xxea. WBinon,P.&T.A STSWHT.P.4T..1 LoutevjLe. Kr Lcxtugton, Ky. E.&..iKCl.,ad V JjcO.JL. J.M. CBCCT.M WaetdEgtec D C WaualfiirtOB. D.C W.TCSK.GJP.A WltH.TATltA.a.PA. A 1 !KENKEDY Kergan ailuiyrtoB. a. c. 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. KW AWi'MsVSBEsrMalsBAs" iHgu-tr--. award weakness I ccastaal misery in the. womb. It:worrkd 14 so that I sae would pve out in wnlking-a'riwr- t, disiice. . I had a bad cough and my lungs hart we air the time. IjrctTcryUiin.mycorapJexteawMfeed. and my eyes would get so heavy ia the ereniae they seemed stiff in the lids..- - I coOd Jwrdly more them: Many persons were alarmed me, I looked so bad and had such a couch iahoot thi were afraid I irnuM KU inn -.felt so badly every day that! had bo UsTabout Jne. . Ijaed only five bottles is aH;- -. I afcn ever speak mpraiseof your grand sedidBes. They Rev L C. May, from the BaptistSem-inar" Beauty and Power." Louisville, filled the pulpit for The secret ofa woman's powcris is her complete Bro. Owen at this place Saturday and womanlin ess, both phys- ana mental. This Sunday. Bro. O.wen is in Georgia on VQWlf MC . does not mean per- a visit to his home. x H r'VK'; Pill T iccuon oi octnne . f rmM nor regularity A delightful euchro party was given of features. It by Miss Margaret Crooke at her homo does not mean wit, nor talents near here on last Tuesday evening. fMfaijf v nor accom Those present vera: Misses Ethel plishments. It means that and Rebecca Rice and their guest, Misp physical at- Littleton, of Paris, Helen, Ruth and tractiveness Ula Terrill and their guests, Mrs. Salli that comes West and Minnie Isrigg, of from perfect Paris, and bodily condi- - Ada Maupin. of "Richmond, Messrs. ! tisvrt tA. bright, happy cheerfulness of disposition James and Alex. Ellison, Wm. Bales, winch only complete health can insnre. Thus, and Woods Harris, Jas. Wagers A woman with a bright eye, clear complexion, mantling color in the cheeks and and Charles llice. Misses Littleston buoyant elastic step and manner has a and Helen. Terrill tied for thsprizeand natural attractiveness that no artificial when the cards were cut to 'iecide the agency can counterfeit A woman who is afflicted with the mortifying misfortune of a dull, sallow, pimply matter M& Eittleston won. complexion or that listless taoveraeet and The home otMr. and Mrs., Socrates attitude which trovoke onto Ani t Maupin wts.thVViceiio of a most de revulsion in the onnosltc sex. nturhttn .. ; 1 1(.Mlfft1. .. Hghtful stoi'urvpfM'tvlast Friday-evenXVT" r. "v."u"yni7,"K05angpower oiuT. rierce-- uolden .Medical Discovery, ling. ThoseipreSen :T?ere: Mesdames" , .uu.ca. a. strong-- aeaiiay stomach ""-and digestive organism ; purifies the' blood Dt Bales, oljacjisjad,JSalJie vfest of . Vi'.rVscLV".: .. and imparts a natural stimulus to the ex xf: t cretory functions ; insures healthy weii-hRuth, and tM rni,3iTihnie Isrigg,, clear skin, bright eyes and the aahaated manner and bearing of perfect health. Dasie and her A lady living inWest Virg4ai, Xim ABES': Callow, of Xyger. Roane Co wtmi-- - ,n u guest .Miss ?FBfls5$fiSf Suolby-ville- ,?., p,eJle i, "" 7 Virginia ittnMnie May Graigr, Ada MaupintbritiHlil and them valuable- wedHnaforrfeBHUe'tr6!e3 ijife and' and?kf sach "J wdd.1iardr go about. Xavenia Maupin. work had eS9?S y, fiSSi J fflvri i GETTING REAPY a trying ordeal to face. If sho does uof Every expectant mother lias .. RESERVE FUND. . Total Reserve....; Less Death Claims, Cash Surrenders, Taxes, etc ... $38,735 44 1,S74 66 GC,SC0 78 V A f, ; - fr3: jr ia.m -- (mMM i- - Net Reserve .- ... 40 3,295 100 -- 454 630 2,913 54 19 II I 71 s ASSETS. Loans on RealEstato Loans on Other Approved Securities cco tints vjpen Interest Due and in Process of Collection Oflice Furniture, Fixtures, etc oil xxniiCi LIABLLITXES.- .- - ... .- 65 00 35 $45,243 & . . l3sai'.iSi, Net Reserve Fund.... Advance Payments.. get ready for it, there is no telling what may liappen. Child-birt- h is full of uncertainties if Nature is not given proper assistance. ,... L.$36,SG0 7S ..,-- ... 5.50S19 $42,368 97 M mS south, to tlie via the vuesn & "Crescent Route from all poinfcj -- JI ,a aii t, I if tilu g i:-f- v Trdos-Mississio- pi r.: ..-- Mother's Friend' the best help you can use at' this tiine It is a liniment, .and when regularly applied several months beforo baby comes; it makes the ad vent easy and nearly paln- xc relieves ana.nrovcnts. " morning itass. sicKness, Tenses the overstrained miw-- . cle9.relieve8.tho distended feelintr.shorf-- " ens labor, makes reoovery-rapiandfcer-- J biin witKoutany dangeroas'aftcr-ffectswolhfer's Frena for only 'joae. Is d r - f - lycpos'.tjon; Omaltaf June jl 1st. --- ll ' Surplus..... - $ 2.874 72 A, ' I SMITH BOWMAN, ' s - Secretary. 2 '- V D'fl' ,, -- " Cainpl7ubnd, raS-ra- ., - w ' . f J - .n'ernstsonaAlcetlnjc'TBitffalo, Jaly. lrij., . , I i I " aftert-starT-a-ft- :. EK-- - Will. . 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