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MADISON COUNTY, MUCH Vi KENTUCKY, WROUGHT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1898. Royal makes tbe food pure, wholesome and delicious. County Court Days. NUMBER 10. ier Health Restored IT IS APPROVED. A 3 Leomahd Wood, Drlgadlcr gcncrnUvoluntecrs, commanding tbe city of Santiago A'lSCH'EF Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first day. Mon- ho Cabinet Council Agrees to Iho Peace Tei ins of the United States. ote W 111 lie Satisfactory to the Washington Gotcriiinent anil That UIU lie Sa.pendod. IIos-tilltl- ci Trrc: lu2i Cc t'fr.t Hr.r.i Or an Air-- " The SpntiUh Government BelleTes Tltat the To Keep lit SijiI!hc Will ole t!it Destruction tf 1 !ioii.Mita hy YWhtu lVnr unci ()t!ur J u iseas,;Ja Kt turned. lle Armj - Xn- - Colonel, commanding Cd cavalry'brlgado MaJ W. M Weed, the chief surgtoa of the 1st divklou, enid: "Tho army must bo moved north "adding with emphasis, "or it will be unable to move Itself " AsiiihGTOV. Aug. 5 After a con;, fcrence ujth Secretaries Day. and Theodore kooscvelt. ur Ocp.trtu.tiit Worried, (I v.r tin. Vtt, ct Will Hire on tliu the Ituunil-Itobi- n hanlla;o Tnwijii. misery of sleeplessness can only bo realized toy those who havo experienced It. Nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches, ncaralsia and that miserable feeling el tiniest, can surely bo cured by Dr. Hilcs' Bcslorativo Nervine. So certain Is Dr. Miles of thl3 fact that all druggists to refund price paid for tho first bottle tried, providing It does not benefit. Mrs. Henry Brans, vlfo of tho trell known blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says: "'I was troublud with sleeplessness, nervous-ncs- s, headache and Irregular menstruation; suffering untold misery for years. I used ts various advertised remedies for f emalo beside being under tho care of local physicians, without help. I noticed la Dr. Miles' advertisement tho testimonial of a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and X shall never ceaso to thank that lady. Her testimonial Induced me to use Dr. Miles' rcrrfno and Kcrvo and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enough for Dr MUes'Kemedles." com-flaln- under a positlvo puarantce, first bottle benefits or money refunded Book on diseases of tho heart and nerves free. Address, DC MILES MEDICAL Dr Miles" Remedies are cold by all drug-gut- s . 24testcres'.Sj &, Health CO- Nervine! Ind. Jb - Elkhart. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Arro?.:7:?3. O IV. MILLER. Attobney-at-La- Richmond, Oi-- c in Tamer's National Bank. Kentucky. iloor the Burnam llnilding, next fcb8-l- y to J. a... S'CTZjTjX'V-IAttorsey-at-La- N . - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Ofli-- e over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court House, ou Main Street. II B HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Ri iiM"iM, oTreNo 13 First St.. rip Maire. 3130 J C.&D.M.OIIENAULT.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kfsicckv. Rkhmond, nli-on jjroeeiy. l street, over Chen-ou- ti DR. H. R. OrilSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. FiniM.iM). Oflce in the Joe Cc.W bwiMiwg. I 3aJ so dd J Street, over Wnt dr3. See-o- n 7- - CHAS. HOOKER, ETERINARY SURGEON, Gradual Ontario Veterhfiry College. T Veterinary Dentiftrj and Sterility a Specialty up stairs, over store recently nccu-piby Kichmoil Harnvsc Co , East Main y St., aprT-lRichm.jnl Kj. cJ . jasper, m. a Medicine anil Sunrery.n Rrondvray. Co'.'ins HitiUlini:, MainStreet. Telerhone at retMleace t'he Unrr place) on Ofliee liiruMoxn, - - Kentucky. G. W. EVAN?, M. IV riiYsicus and Suegeon, RiciiMovn. - - - - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Prartilioncr in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond ts-Offi- and residence on Second Street. DSSTTAL STJS53BT. obsotv Dt. "VJaViuVuvc DENTIST, op Louisville, Kt. next door to Govarnment 1Building, to t. Ii LmSnd, Ky. OScc hours 3 to 12-- rovl"-l- y Four nica rooms lor rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Eob-son, Madiiid, Au. 8. The caLinet council terminated after having completely approved the reply to the United States which, it is said, accepts tho American conditions. The reply was telegraphed to Senor Ccon y Castillo, the Spanish ambassador to France, Saturday night, so tsat M. Cambon, Uic French ambassador at Washington, will receive it Monday. The government is fully convinced that the note will be satisfactory to the Washington governtacnt, and that a suspension of hostilities will be its immediate consequence. Scnor Sagasta, the premier, has just concluded his conference with the queen regent. Her majest3" approves the general lines of the reply of Srain toAmerica's peace terms, which Senor Sagasta explained to her. The reason for postponing the cabinet council until C o'clock Sunday evening was that the note was not yet fully dra n up. The government believes that the United States will accept Spain's answer, which will certainly reach the white house by Tuesday. As a consequence of the United States accepting the rcnly, hostilities will immediately afterwards be suspended. As the reply to the American terms was only submitted to the queen regent Sunday, all the reports of her approval Saturday of the American demands are necetsarily without foundation. Madrid, Aug. 8. According, to the most reliable sources of information the Spanish note is couched in dignified language. It asserts that Spain bows to the force of circumstances, having done nothing to provoke the war, into which she has been uawill-ingl- i' led in the defense of her rights and territory. It expresses a willingness to appoint delegates to meet the American t discuss a regime for the Philippines. Washington, Aug. S. Although as yet without ollicialcoiifirinjtionof the report from I'an- that the Spanish government has decided to accept the terms laid down by the United States as essential to the negotiation of a treaty of peace the officials here are proceeding under the conviction that the end has come and are giving attention to the steps to be taken next. In view of tuc delay in coming to this couclusiou the i ica was beginning to prevail that the S Jan.sh government was about to enter a plea in abatement and that the answer would again be inconclusive. this case the president was disposed to deal firmly with the issue; to give notice that our proposals were withdrawn, and to let it be understood that when Spain again sued for peace the conditions would be more severe than thoss first laid down. If the Spanish answer should embody aa effort to secure any material change in the conditions it w ill meet with prompt rejection. Some reference has been made in the dispatchc5 of Uritish newspapers to a desire on the part of the Spanish government to include in the prelhniriary agreement a clause exempting it from liability for the Cuban debt. The formal statement of the points of the United States notes given out from the white house made no reference to this subject and it can not be known as yet whether or not the full text shows anything more. P.ut presuming that no reference whatever is made to the Cuban debt, it is possible the subject may be regarded as one that should be treated by the peace commissioners, who are.to mectlatcr to for the treaty, which, of course, will embody many details that are left untouched in the main proposition, though cabinet officers have authorized the statement that no part of the Cuban or Porto Jtican debts would be assumed by the United States. It.iscd upon the Associated Press reports of the progress being made at Madrid toward returning the answer of Spain it was calculated by the department officials that tho formal note could not be delivered to the president before Monday, and that was also the belief of the French lor. Attr.ck bj-- Sr.i on Sun Ja.ui Reported. Wasiiinotox, Aug. 8. At midnight an unofficial report was current that the bombardment of San Juan had commenced, tind that a part of Gen. Miles' forces had been pushed forward toward tho city on the land side. Officials at the war and navy departments say they have no dispatches concerning the news. com-missio- Santiago di: Ci ua,- - Aug. layed in Transmission) Mcj. lien. Shatter, a meeting was held this morning at liratiqtrartcTS. and in the i rvsence of evci commanding and mtuii-a- l officer of the oth army corps Gen. Shaftcr r. ad a cable message from Secretary Alger, ordering him at the recommendation of iv.irgeou General Sternberg, to move the Luis, army into the interior, to where it is liealihior. As a rcoult of will inthe conference sist upon the immediate withdrawal of the armv north within two. weeks. As an explanation of the situation the following letter fro.n Col. Tneo ltoobe-vel- ROOSEVELT IS CALLED DOWN commanding tlm -t volunteer cavalry, to . Miaftor, was li.imleil InterpHting Cnrrrnpoadeuae lEctweei ttie Colonel of tho Knuzh ItlUers uittl by thelattor to tlieoorrjspmulj.it herj llic bicreiary of War. of the Associated Pros for publication: n 3. (DeSsuinmour-by the president had" a conference with Secretary Alger, Secretary Long and Assistant Secretary of the Navy Allen, at which action was taken for the prompt transportation of Gen. Shatter's army from Cuba to Montauk Point, L. I., the conference occupied a couple of hours und there was an informal general presentation of the needs of prompt action and of the means at hand to effect it. It was finally concluded that there were sufficient vessels off the coast there now for the purpose. When the meeting ended it was officially stated that the number of vessels now there was adequate for the removal of tho armv. The dispatch of the troops home accordingly will begin at onec. Long Thursday t, 1- G.-n- in this division except amon; the men whcnuhey Kent to ihc hospital at SilKc hare I b'licic. contracted It. Hut In ihiiili-vUio- n thre have been !. cases of malarial lover. Mot a man lias 3icU frcm it, but the whole coirmin 1 is vo weakened and shattered Wasiioton-- Aug. 5. The following lhoscnrr.il and medical onietr, calleil ly yon .it tbo pilacn this coricspondence has passed between morning, wc arc all .is yon know, unanimous in Col. ifoosevelt and Secretary Alger: icw ofwh.it should le done with the army. Santiago, July 23, lbOS. To keep m lion in the opinion of every ofilcrr My Dear Mr. Secretary: cemra ntlin;? .1 division or a ljrlsvln, will I am writing with the knowledge timpiy inii.ic ihc io.'.tfjc in of Uin.mnls. and approval of Gen. Wheeler. r for not slii()niii Thcie is n Wc earnestly hope that you will imiruc illy the cntirv comma v north at mice Yellow livrrcasos arc 'very fow in the cavalry send us most of the regulars, and at of n I where coin mini oao oao any rate the cavalry division, includnot anil brisailes. the two ing tho liough Riders, who are c sp yellow fnv.r has of tiue i' dlvL-io- Maj. Gen. Shatirr- fcir: Ina mcrli'itf of , n as to be rips for flvin' like rotten sheep when a real yellow feicr erHiteralc. instead of a fake epidemic like the i resent, strikes us., as It Is bound to. If c 'tay here, at the he ght of the son. Aurust r.nd :fc beginning sickness Quarantine auainst miliaria of September fever is miirh like quanmtin tig against the toothache All of us are certain. n soon as fully apthe authorities at preciate the conditions of tho army, to be sentb,'me If vve arc kept here It will in j-Wus-hineio- - It nil huaiRii possibility mean an appalling dishero estimate that over aster, fcr the half the nnnv. if kept here during the sickly . will die 1 hN is not only terrible from the standpoint of the individual lives lost, but it mrans ruin from the standpoint the of the military cfflUcncy of army, for American Cower of the the great bulk of the regulars are here with you. The bid. list, lunrc though it is. exceeding 4 000, affords but a faint index of tho debilitation of the army. Not 10 per cent, arc fit for active work. Six necks on the North Naine cast, for instance, or elsewhere, where the yellow fever ccrra ran not possioly propagate, would make u all as at as fighting cocks, able as vve are eager, to take a lcadinp rart in the great campaign against Havana in the fall, even if wo are not allowed to try Porto Kico. We can be moved north, if moved at once, with absolute wfety to the country, although, of course, it would have been infinitely better if e had teen mov cd north or to Porto Kico two weeks ago. It there were any object in keeping us hei e we w culd face yellow f cv cr w 1th as much indiScrence as wo face bullets, but there Is no object in it The four Immune regiments ordered hf re arc sufflclent to garrison the city and surrounding towns,, and there Is absolutely nothing for us to do here anJ tucre has not It Is imposbeen since the town surrendered sible to move into the interior. Every shifting of camp doubles the sick rate in our present weakecea condition, and. anyhow, the Interior Is rather worse than the coast, as I have found Our present camps by actual rcconnoissance. are as healthy as any camrs at this end of the Island can be. I write only because I can not see cur men who have fought so bravely and who hav e endured extreme hardships and dangers so uncomplainingly, go to destruction without strlv Ing so far as lies In me to av crt a d. doom aa fearful as it is unnecessary and Yours respectfully, t.ca-on-undo-fcerve- Washington, Aug. 0. Tho war department is much worried over the situation at Santiago, not from fear of any additional danger from the fever, but from the effect upon the soldiers of the action of the officers in almost creating a ranic. The, officials state that they have been working for weeks to prevent just what seems to have, happened, a stampede among the soldiers, and if the men get disorganized it may cause trouble. Soldiers could not be rushed pell mell on board the transports, because, if they did the conditions of the Seneca, Concho and other transports which came back with tho wounded would be repeated, and again it was not possible to remove all tho soldiers at once while the Spanish prisoners wore still in Cuba. Over two weeks ago a lease was made for the camptt Montauk Point, and two weeks ago work was begun on hospitals at that place. The war department notified Gen. Shafter fully tw o w ccks ago to get, ready to move his troops and only gave orders to send thorn to the mountains pending their removal altogether. Orders were under way to experiment by sending pai ts of cavalry home on the Louisiana, as it was thought advisable not transport the entire army to was until found it that sucthe a Louisiana - made cessful trip. There was no intention to keep the army at Santiago de Cuba during August, and transports were ordered to leave that place just as soon as possible after the Louisiana had made her trip. The action of the officers in sending the round robin, the officials of tho war department here claim, has stampeded the soldiers and destroyed to some extent discipline and order, which is necessary in the army. However, the officials at the war department are now straining every effort to hasten the return of Gen. Shaftcr's troops, and they, will be removed as soon as they possibly can be. It will be impossible to remove all of them as long as the Spaniards remain there, but as soon as the regiments of immuncs arrive they will take the place? of the regiments on duly and thes: will be sent home as soon as them. w &AKIH0 POWDER Absolute! Pure ROYAL Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second .Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- ' '" ' ; Danville, Boyle county ,'third-Monda!NicholasvilIe Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. YORK. m mg VOLUNTEERS ' MiP 159 WANTFD? f w -- Not for war, but to join our army of customers. TTe are now offering many great bargains in Corsets, Black and Colored Dress Goods. i J tAKIN3 POWDER CO., NEW II ice j CONTROL EAST PORTO RICO. Xne American Troops Have Invaded the Terrltor Without Serious RenUtance Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and ; Fancy Groceries, RichmondKy. m M Si! Vr- I at most attractive prices. Our line of Yash Goods is complete aikl From tho Spaniards. EGGS "Je cash; 8Jc in trade. At Descalabbodo River, Six Miles BUTTER-Cho- iee country, 8J1 5c. Beyond Juan Diaz, oa the Road to BEESWAX 202oc D. San Juan, Aug. i, via St Thomas, W. I., Aug.-- 6 "WOOLClear grease wool, JG13c; The 16th Pennsylvania, of Gen. Ernest's brigade, advanced to hurry, 1015c ; tub washed, 25c. to-da- Tn Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead tbe town 3-- transportation can bring 6. COU THEODORE KOOSKVIXT. Santiago, Aug. The embarka- as ccoJ as any regulars, and as any three times as good state troops, to Porto Rico. There are 1.S0O effective men in this division; if those who were left behind were joined to them, w c could land at Porto Rico, in this cavalry division, close to 4,000 men, who would be worth easily any 10,000 national guards armed with black powder Springfields or other archaic weapons. Very respectfully, TlICODOKE ROOSKVKI.T. The following reply was cabled to Roosevelt Thursday: Your letter of the 23d is received. The regular army, the volunteer army and the rough riders have done tvell, but I suggest that unless you want to spoil the effects and glory of your victory, you make no invidious comparisons. The rough riders are no better than other volunteers. They had an advantage in their arms, for which they ought to be very grateful. R. A. Aloeb, Secretary of War. CoL After initiative, all the American general adofficers united in a round-robidressed to Gen. Shatter. It reads: n Colonel Commanding 1st Urigade. Col. Roosevelt had taken tho TntouoKE Roosevelt, Cleaning Santiago Streets. Santiago, Aug. 5. Gen. Wood, military governor, has appointed Mcj. George M. Harbour as health and state commissioner. The city will be divided into 10 districts, under the suoffpervision of icers am-bas- sa officers the various brigades, divisions, army of occupation in Cuba, are of the unanimous opinion that this army should be at once taken out of Cuba and sent to some point on the northern scacoast of tho United States; that it caa be doae without danger to the people of the United States; that yellow fever In the army at present Is not epidemic; that there are only a few sporadic cases; but that the army Ls disabled by malarial fever to the extent that Its efficiency is destroyed and that it 13 In a condition to be practically destroyed by an epidemic of yellow fever which is sure- to come in the near We know from the reports of future. competent officers and from personal observations that the army Is unable to move Into the interior and that there are no facilities for such a move If attempted, and that it could not be attempted until too late. Moreover, the best medical authorities on the island pay that with our present equipment we could not llv e In the Interior during the rainy season without losses from malarial lever, which Is almost as deadly as yellow fever. ThU army must be moved at once or perish. As the army can be safely moved cow, the persons responsible for preventing such a move win be responsible for the unnecessary loss ol many thousands of lives. Our opinlonsare the result cf careful rcrsona! observation and they are tlso based on the unanimous opinion of our medical offlcers with the army, who under-stan- d 3. ""We, the undersigned responsible for the street cleaning in their respective localities. Four cornminding thousand men will be immediately put etc, of the to work cleaning the thoroughfares. Itcduclng Expenses In Navy Department. FobdKent, the situation nbsolutely.- - nezt door to postoiiice. QR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Gillins' lately occupied by Dr. W. Grocery, tamo office V7. MS Burgin. anl2-ly ijsmssm Major general volunteers, division, 5th corps. commanding 1st pro- J. C Major general volunteers, commanding visional division. ADSA K. CIIAFTEE, bates. Mcjor general, commanding 3d brigade, division. SAMCELS SUMilFU, 2d T)R. J. C. IfiORCAN, DENTIST. Richmond. Ky. over Madison National Bank, iv6-ly its victims. It puts them in the power of the "weakest organ of the body and makes them its slaves. They must eat to suit it, drink to suit it, and live a lenten life of self-deni-al. IJrlgadler general volunteers, commanding 1st "brigade cavalry, Wnx Lddlovv. . Ilrlgadler general volunteers, commandinj 1st brigade, 2d division. APrxBEUT AMfcS, Brlgaaler general volunteers, commanding 3d brigade, 1st division. Washington,. Aug. 5. Secretary Long is now devoting a good part of his attention to reducing the expenses of tho navy department which were Llent. Steele Dies of Yellow Fever. In so vastly increased by the war. Washington, Aug. 0. Tho followis carrying out the wishes of this he the president, and it is expected that ing cablegram has been received at the a similar policy will bo adopted by all' war department from Santiago, via of the other executive departments Ilayti: Adjutant General, U. S. A. Washingaffected. ton: Fire at Stenbenvllle, O. B. Steele, signal First Sueubexville, 0., Aug. 5. The corps, U.Lieut. James died of yellow S. volunteer, three-storbrick building, formerly fever at 2 a. m. this day. DeDevitt's woolen mills, owned by La Gakde. Surgeon. Mrs. Turnbull, was set on fire and Loss 81,000. completely destroyed. Movement of Illinois Troops. Jack Xiiggett's loss on hay, straw and SrniNOFiELD, 111., Aug. C Gov. Tanharness is 51,500. No insurance. The ner rpceived"a telegram from the war firemen worked until Thuisday morn- department late Friday afternoon that ' ing. the 8th Illinois infantry, colored, had Urgent Cn 1 for Norses. been ordered to Santiago de Cuba to Cleveland, O., Aug. 5. The local replace the 1st Illinois infantry, war emergency board of Cleveland has which will be removed to Long Island. been ordered to send nurses to Ft. It will be two or three days before the Myers, near Washington, at once. Th,e Sth will leave Springfield. orders were for the nurses not totvait Rumored Roosevelt Will Resign. for transportation, as is the custom, Washington, Aug. C. It is rumored but to pay iheir own fare. here that Theodore Roosevelt has sigHorse Causes a Wreck. nified bis intention of resigning his Alexandria, Ind., Aug. 4.A west- commission as colonel of the rough bound Lake Erie and Western freight riders, as soon as he shall have gotten was wrecked early Thursday morning his command home. Confirmation of near this city by running into a horse. the report can not be obtained. Two unknown men stealing a ride Second Alabama at Jacksonville. were seriously injured. Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 0. The The United States Hospital Ship Re- 2d Alabama regiment arrived hero Frilief sailed from New York Wednesday day from Miami and went into camp bound, it is said, cither for Porto Eico along with tho Louisiana regiment in or Cuba. tbe eastern part of tho eity. hos-pita- tion of Shaftcr's troops for the United States began Friday. Gen. Shatter's orders for the movement of this command provide for the following programme: Embarkation of 3d and Oth regular cavalry, then the 1st regular cavalry and the 1st volunteer cavalry (rough riders) will be embarked. These have been ordered to be ready to go .on board ship Sunday. Oth present the For the re10th and cavalry will main in camp. Only private horses of the officers will be taken. Other horses will be turned over to Gen. Wood, who will designate an "officer to receive them. Gen. Wood will remain here as military governor. All the tents will be left standing, and all extra worn clothing and bedding, which may possibly be infoctcd, will be destroyed. The 1st brigade, of Gen. Law ton's division, under Gen. Chaffee, will go next All men able to ride will be put on ponies and taken to the wharf. Others will bo conveyed there in wagons. All men suffering from yellow fever or infectious diseases will be left here. Every precaution will be taken to provide for the safe and healthy arrival of the men in the north. Volunteer regiments will next bo shipped in the following order: 1st Illinois, 1st District of Columbia, 71st New York, 9th Massachusetts, 2d Massachusetts, Sth Illinois, 33d Michigan and S4th Michigan. All these regiments have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness to go on board transports Saturday, or as soon after as possible. All troops will first be examined by a medical board, and any suspicious cases will be left in the L and holds the bridge this point y over the river. The 2d and 3d Wisconsin are expectNo sign of the enemy ed is reported, but it is believed that the Spaniards are about 400 strong between this point and Coama. The seizure of the bridge insures control of the road to Coama. Pickets are being pushed out and they may collide with the Spanish outposts. Off San Juan de Porto Rico, Aug. 4, via St. Thomas, D. W. I., Aug. 6. The Americans have taken peaceful possession of the eastern portion of the island. Small parties of marines have been landed, who have lighted lamps in the light house at Cape San Juan and other light houses along tbe coast. They met with no resistance. Indeed, at Cape San Juan deputations of citizens came out to meet them. The war ships now in this vicinity are the Montgomery, the Annapolis, the Puritan and the Amphitrite. The two former are looking for the transports with troops, which left the United States and have scattered all The Annapolis about the island. rounded up the Whitney, the Florida and the Raleigh yesterday and they arc now at Cape San Juan. There seems to have been a serious mistakes as to the rendezvous, for no two ships got to the same place and it will take several days to locate them and get them to 'Ponce, where Gen. Mills js waiting. Off San Juan the cruiser New Orleans alone maintains the blockade. The city is grim and silent, but back of her yellow walls there will be plenty of determination and fight when the Americans open fire. Capt. Gen. Macias has issued a proclamation, in the course of which he says: I CIIEESE-Coun- try, 10c SEED-$1.50$1- TIMOTHY .G0. 3.50. CLOVER Goc; SERD-S2.7GS- BLUEGRAbSSEED-Strippe- d, 50 extra clean, 607oc; fancy clean, So when visit the Citv don't fail to enroll your name on our robter to fight high prices and cheap material. Remember we will protect you in every purchase, large or small. i;; pnre seed, Sl$1.35. jSTEW POTATOES BACON HAM3-10- llc. o075c; Us 8a10c. LA.KD MILLET 7S&c $1.00S1.23. Kentucky Fair L'ates. Tho following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported to this ofliee. Secretaries or other officers will please advise us of any errors or omissions in the list: Lanienceburg, August 10 4 days. Fern Creek, August 1G- -3 days. Shelby ville, August 24 1 (lajs. Bardstown, August 305 das. Lagrange, August 313 days. Elizabethtown, September C 1 days. Glasgow, September 14 1 days. Louisville, September 20 6 days. Owensboro, October 4 5 days. Paducah, October 11 4 days. Lancaster. Versailles. Richmond. Danville. Lebanon. Shepherdsvillo, Barbourville. Horse Cave. Bowling Green. Eminence. Winchester. Morganfield. WE WANT TO Or r.ny of tlio:e skipperu on tbe water, nor is this picture produced here through vanity, but to call attention to tin-- , ad moment, and the fct tliat sea-pro1 id. :p a:r,:m:e:r,, -- 4 it "Spain has not sued for peace, and can drive off the American boats now as I did Sampson's attempt before." The daughter of the captain general is helping to drill the gunners in the forts. Altogether there are 9,500 Spanish regulars in the city. The troops of the enemy, iv ho are retreatr ing from Ponce and the other tow ns on the south coast occupied by the Americans have not yet arrived. The German steamer Polynesia, with a cargo of rum, canned meats and tobacco, tried to run the blockade this morning but was stopped by the New Orleans. The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, isstil! behind l.: eo.'.nters, whereby been for over 31 years, in thejjood old town .,1 R.diiuond a: d still ready to nait on his old customers and a many new oiu-- . as will favor hnn ith their patronage. Ilia stock 13 Ih in: added to constantly, and jou Hill find you en .: t Roods cheaper and better there than anv other i.laiel nj thing lie telfe vou .s just as represented, and you can re y ou it. ST" (mc Imu t tall and eneonr iy CUSTOMER OF OURS. home trade. je29-t- ir stock is at all times is much the largest and our prices always the lowest. Wall Paper, 3ets. "Window Shades, lOets. Picture Frames, 2octs. Mixed Paint, a strictly ISTo. 1 xicntnon M .' 8 fLS s- t Ponce, Porto Rico, Aug -- 5, via St. Krag-Jorgense- Thomas, D. W. L, Aug. fi. Maj. Gen. Miles is" proceeding entirely without regard to peace negotiations. are being used. Tho 2d and Sd Wisconsin moved up to the ICth Pennsylvania Friday. CoL Hulings has captured 5,000 pounds of rice. Thus far the enenry has not molested him. Maj. Gen. Brooke's landing royo is successful. at Ar- y The troops from the Roumanian, four batteries of the 27th Indiana, the 1st Missouri, the 1st Pennsylvania and the 3d Illinois are disembarking there. The Morgan troop of the 5th cavalry and the Mississippi commissaries have arrived here. Lieut. Hunter, of the artillery, was slightly wounded by one of our pickt, ets Thursday night. Capt. Edgar who died of typhoid fever, has been buried with military honors. Gen. Roy Stone is repairing the road to Arrecibo, but a movement there is improbable. " Hu-gar- Those that have not favored with orders in the past d A of new Wall Pawill be convinced, D3 giving pers just received from one us a trial order that our Beef, of the largest factories, in Mutton, Pork and other Philadelphia. Meats, are not excelled by an' market. Waste none of your valuable time looking at the small Daily. Rish 4 sample books of old time papers. This being vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onloss. Lettaee, will hang your paper at solicit a A.c, c, canofbe found in our mar cet at all tunes. Thanking you lor past patronage, I continuance sataa. 8c per roll. We estimate and contract for all Kinds of paTelephone JOJ. llackey Buikliug, Mais St. pering, house and sign paintwe do in the most careful ing stj'le. Wholesale and Retail Wall Paper, Window Shades, Paints, Oils, r7'X"MBWsAJL Varnishes, Glass, Brushes, 0.5.TXI&t5t. titArtist and Painters supplies MANAGER. zf&ni?lZ generally. xis car-loa- oneat$l. White Lead and Linseed p. Oil, strictly pure at factory price. We make 2 grades Carriage Paint, 50 and 75e per qt. good 10 peroral. I3 vK- i 1 1 r r5n J' .' ' w r S JT "iv BB5KK mm . all meats arealike. Our meats aro the best. We killfirst-clas- b cattlo, is why we have ilways enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. It's poor logic to agree that Fresh Recieved mid-summ- er Home-grow- n llatl-ciish- ").t.. l)oMas, " may2S-l- y up-to-da- te ''tS '.: Schoolboy Cut Ills Trncher. Ky., Aug. 8. Robertllol-comba young school teacher of this county, was dangerously cut with a knife by Arch Gobbard, one of his pupils, lie undertook to correct young Gobbard for violating the rules of the school, and the boy, who is only 12 years old, stabbed him twice in the abdomen and cut an ugly wound in his breast There is not much chance for his recovery. Gobbard is in jail. is of a good family, while Gobbard has a bad reputation. McKke, IIol-com- , ESTABLISHED, 09. CO 1870. Best m. $2.00 and $2.50 m&.3,a.2.1E.3. is. w mm, IT" GOLD, House in Louisville. m$n JM ff, HIT STREET. 9S ssSk N ?1 al ?S' fl' "?R" Ss N mchZ - 8m Vr(W 1 T1 C b THE MARKETS. 3 23 & 3 73 4 0 4 10 Select Witchcrs Pjlc to good llzht. ,. G 5 t$ 6 73 3 25 ft 3 t3 HOGS Common.... 3 83 ft 3 8j Mixed puckers LIVRSTO'-K-Catllccommo- Cincinnati. Adz. 8. urausnoa s ATacucai iiiuaixios College, Kasliville, Temi., ot Texarfcana. Tee., or a schol arship in most any other reputable business college or literary Echool ia the V. S. can be secured by doinga little wort nt home for the Youth lournau AHvftnli nn illn.'rfMtrrl .It is elevating ia character, moral ia tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by people cf all aces. Stories and other interesting w.m-rontfc- uwiiO FREE: Sao.oo Bteyde,Gold Watch, Ulcmond Ring, or a Scholarship ia CA t, YES free. matter well illustrated. Sample copies-sen- t Agents wanted. Address Youths Advocate Pub. Meatloa thlo paperj Co. i Nashville, Tcaa. aug!8.-l- y I m i Di B. Shackelford k FOR Con 3 3T , An EntcrjirisiDs; Drupfrbt. 5;, Louis I Mm, "Wj1v -- . Aljt-- Gen. Klnsl(-- Kinixts Rooaevrlt. Columbus, O., Aug. 6. Adjt Gcrt y LAHBV rLOUU-Win- ter Oats L!bt SIIKKP Cuoo , How to Look Goo!.. Cincinnati, Ohio, No. 503 West Ninth Street, Richmond, Ky., on will be at Mr. J. B. fmuV. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10th, 1898, .. .i nf each month. Referencu every phyciaan of Ric- hi- .mono, liy. AVER'S JJilcs' Xervo PiastersBPi W tby Dftand EnrnsiATBM relieved - Wanled-- An tiber may brine you wcajtn. ProUct Tonr 17rlte J6HN TrVEUDntBURN A CO.. Patent Mtor pxiMO Vfafcblcgtdii. V O. for their ter.Hit cf two tuctUM lnTenUocs vrastcd. oSet aud Cl-- S !df; Idea k p itfiV cauia simnlA kla rt na f t MADE WE A MAN AJAXTAi:U3liiJUHlJ.lVXil i There are few men more wide nwafee and enterprising than Perry & Thomas. Successors, to AV. G. "White, who spare no pains to secure tho best of everything in their line for their many customers. They now have the valuable agency for Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. This is" the have cured many bad case3 of wonderful remedy that is producing dyspepsia they will cure youy if you such a furor all over tho country by its many startling enres. It absolutely are suffering from that disease. cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness Mrs. H. B. Anderson, 15 Williams and all affections of the Throat, Chest Street, Grand Rapids, Mich., writes : and Lungs. Call at above drug store and get a trial bottle free or a regular size " AVer's P2I3 cured ne sf dyapepeia for 50 cents and $100. Guaranteed to iron which I bad Buffered far three cure or price refunded. 5 They beat every other PILLS years. Kingsloy was very much perturbed Friday morning over the reflections cast upon the nationaL guard volunteers by CoL Theodore Roosevelt. "CoL Roossvelt is," he said, "a very young soldier to grow so presumptuous. The reports of the battle of Santiago show that tho volunteers made up from the national guard were fully as efficient and. brave as the rough,rfders and were perhaps "better led. 1 am willing to back the 1st Ohio cavalry, troop for troop, and man for man, against the rough ridera as cavalry, mounted or dismounted, as soldiers or as. men, And I do not fear the comparison." Xce'4 Command W1U Go to Havana. Washington", Aug. 6. There is Good looks arc really more than Bkin deep, depending entirely on a healthy, condition of all the vital organs. If the liver is inactive, you have a bilious look, if yourstomach is disordered, you have a dyspeptic look, if your kidneys are affected, you havo a pinched look Secure good health, and you will surely have good looks. '"Electric Bitters" is a good Alterative and Tonic Acts directly on the stomach, liver and kidneys, purifies the blood,, cures pimples, blotches and boils, and gives a good UICALN Wfccat No.2rcd.ncvr No. Srcu,. ............. ...... Corn Na 2 mixed. .......... TlAY.-Piti- (nmtlr...ij. 3 C5 di. 3 3 25 ft3 8 CO) ft-B- il S OJ 2 73 a ca nr M 3 n made vay Mannfactnrlngr Kabbcr bttrjps. Send Jor 71 cv tj 1 !i lljc ne PJlOVIblONS-M- Nai:. choice......... to cs, Nol-- ttVSKi 850 Price List ot Outflu to J. 1. VW Dorman Co., 121 11, Ifcjctto SU Baltimore, Hd., U.3.A. Catalogue tree. U ARE ff HEADQUARTERS - -e - - - M - M- Cap ital Wag on:S. IS.e.Tv'tVLck si 4 c ''CinlPrimeMcjiran., Iforl: 0.7. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, "Dsv - oy Svoe; m 2055 4 Prime la choice creamery,. 3O0 Cft 4 W APPLKS Ciolco 2W POTA10i:s Ncvrper hbl.... 173 CUICAGa' TLOUKWlBtor patent!......, 363 SV373 Wheal No. Sred..... GHAI in 75 (& G J NoTSChtcaifoapriiiK. 75 COHN-NMXS 33 2... ..'.j,.... , OAT-N....... U m4 -PORK Cairy.T. .:.. Jt ' of Barkersburg, W. Ya., Rqcoiiu mends Wrights Celery -' &vatv "Which "DvvWs,- 'Capsules. IMssajHsnuHG,. W. 4 is known to be the best ail over this county and Stale. of. O-liK, $$ 'V o- S" ' ,. complexion. Every huttlc guaranteed, R ..... ...... ... t.... ,. . JBJ4 gold at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. OATS Mtscd i...,-l"OUIvr-"Ne- n' i8 mci..,...t...,4., r- - 60 Successors to W. G. "Vthitc. 50 cents LARD Westorn..... .i..f.. X . -- NEW VORlL FLOUE Wlntrr patent ., WHEAT Na TI red CORN No.3 mixed ..,.. steamy,,.... jAitu !iss3.. o. o .... Va., ?g.'?,!ao' ' ' z'ntp January 2j), 1905. , . "Wright JIin.tk).VttJl- -l s r i The 3 70 , A fine 'line 1 taedi-clse- per bottle. o 5 ." LiUBC . fPUVJ JTI. .krx. .11 iAt jaeniand eSecU tUE cirs bU otSwr fall la-- lt qw thoavuidIbeKd rill iiro ro. We TUor frat'M Aix 1fb)U &? hare earr4 KJ ltlTo unttos (narealoei to efieci cnre Eft RTS ! esehcaaor rnfreJ ttii raoacr. r r. nv CZ.HL Rf .,!! .AM-Aai .- -t wifWir su cf? ".'".wjm. er :' T1 mi r"'--nT;n """Jf t M a tsaa Iiiraiij, ueBiumLA'w.. wt..avac 4cftn rr cretW, , orr.lmpoucic. bIeep!eiK, to JUna cr ctner JUc6e -,1 - eatioi aad- - Io4lr tc- 1 g t. hug Iriw - AVER'S PILLS Gut I Vorsale in lUchiiscd, Ky. iiernaon, Dyspepsia " --fl Cloverpoft wife. WlTsnji Cloverport man attemps (o enter "his librae atJ a. m.. the wife of his boeom refuses to onea the doorunlessliexa''say steadi simply swiped p&rvera of! ly., "t ? the sea." lalk about tlie borrows ofwarjiThey report in are nothing to be compared with a a sp - Th Georgetowjiftitr hfeujtfWTin ooi. wm. - r1 tobawlthLB,. ,i sir', i W& 9rot. ' - M- - a .' t jt ---" ' A.Kassas.Cttynnan has RnodTiW wife that orders went in. have already been sent to Maj. Gen. for a divorce beihse si $Ijt prejfare 'his. bathing with, a suit afvout ttie Lee, at Jacksonviller-tocertainly; forces lor an cariyinove toaavana. pockat .hankerehiaf, It is the opinion of many of, tbe best looks Kk8 to5 email ?thig. to make j, j posted ones that Gen. Lee will;1 after iura Buuiiv. of Cuba, be appoiiflied- .military overnorfItiB akpeetl that official circles --n a BALTIMOKK. FLOTJIt Pamttv,... ."?..,... GRAIN WheRWNfc.;.-.- ... . Southern Wfcafet" " v. CotR Wlytm 4 60 77 0ts rfL Mtxotl.uv...rT So.! MM..?jt,. Map AMPtiMMi ,w ..,-- T6 33 Wrfeht'tf Ce'rr Capsuks-ainc- e .eNve bar, ISW, aiHiniua,them to be trecom- j. arst usnn ra&iug tuew Lmenuei. a & oa while at Hoi SprinKsAA'iIf , under treat- A Ji Intent for ScwtieilUieanMitUHi.Liver.aBil o n, n .!..ir i.iiruuiHtj, voneuMHiBB " i.r.TL ar 18 50, S.,1" Geirtlemenz-r- T have bea seine RANGES and COOK STOVES, ihe imost complete line of all class of farnt Implements " and Shelf $& Hardware in tip market. - , I' 130 DO" f THE 1JEST CIVSS OP Tin "Work axe Roofing. MXiXSKHmwu t- . rATtfLB-ifimawaiir.- iiUi-r-vrnv- ,..tv,- . .. .1- stat -- JUAN-Wheat-H-- oTs " &.MBmBWAMaEinrO(.'c 5 JC0fBikSBdT-.3:M&- r M z?xV.Heked.lTflpOBMfnd tKm to aumuiennf wuaiiKe anucaetw or mam. V .VSMMS i -t 114 P HRHL OIIUQtSl. a wnini tsc imu inxii Cetery Czpgttfofl gave jai jcreftt r&ei rora the bfnnin and have ueed-tham wiuca '1 -- 1 i 5 ' , -- Wtaaors - 3baAehYrdAWrtfr, t? a -: .- rgat - " A" HlCKKSWDy-K'- j S win fo '--4 . - - . - i';,tJ,' --- , -- j .- 5- ,; '. m - - y .seA.-v-.,"-- i v sh. jBir iirvj't s. in iliTiil . mmm&SL - ". tv f Vi riidaSSSKLSHSaSS Wbtimm. 3Sv..'fflBK.ftrviv: vrrifeaBK,.-- xiaiaannK '. in... iiiriniFiiMWffi 1aww4Mwillrl . ...?-. " n i m .7' in ., j. o k - w i!W&fc1a6l. m tt , jfZ?Mft&m&lF3mM VHHi .'ai..JS3Bai m ri tt mw ft ir r in n senn rviNT!rBH - "V n-- 1 s -- ." T . ms? r, i ' -- ftfU The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED XVEKY WIDSKSDAY BY thus dashed to pieces? Am I never to bo known as the husband of the beautiful Mrs. Smith?" TliiB was too be. j much, and Times-Democra- sue t. succumbed. New-Orlea- Ntf 8i yN n g v a v.tfV V s VSS N M y x w Thg Climax Printing a B. PRICE WOODS, Associate EdJtor. Od. m tv--r - . PKB YEAR, $1.50. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10, - - 1S9S. DEMOCRATIC TICKET- FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. The Republican committee for tho Eighth congressional district meets in Nicholasvill the 10th, to decide on time and place of holding convention to nominate a candidate for to-da- y, Con-gre- e. M : Tylek, who also ran with Hardin and afterwards sought todefeat Democratic neminees by speaking around the State at the expense of the gold men's pock, et books, has at last got something his size. He has been appointed county attorney of Hickman at $100 a year. Stanford Journal. As perfect in style and durability as in fit. TO FIT THE ttTJ&l, TO DbTT TIHIZrl! FOOT, TO FIT THE PTJESE. -fc-- -- The Maine Democratic convention indorsed the principles of the Chicago platform, opposed the present prohibitory law and recommended the repeal of the constitutional amendment; declared that a reduction of tariff rates upon all railroads in Maine is necessary for tne business interests ot the state. THIS WILL STIR THEM UP! Will Tje Green With Envy, But What's The Odds? The Trade There is a possibility that Hon. C. C. Wallace, Chairman of the Madison county Republican Committee, will be the Republican candidate for Congress in this district. He is said to be a fine organizer, but it is safe ten to one that Congressman Davison can organize all around any Republican in the district and not know that he has exerted himself. .Livingston Colonel. The biggest error in a uewspaper page title of the Harrodsburg Sayings. The type foundry cast the last word SAVINGS, and she slipped throngh the hands of the editor, proof reader, pressman and finally slipped through the pres. After the paper appeared ve conjecture that there were many unmentionable '"sayings" in that office. The defeat ot Gov. McCreary for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth Ky. District by G. G. Gilbert, of Shelby county, will deprive the campaign this fall of much of the old time enthusiasm and many a local zealot for the Democratic ticket, but the true streiighth of the parties in the district will come nearer being polled than for many years. Pineville Courier. The descendants of Richard Gentry, of Revolutionary war fame, are RCth ering in a j;rand family reunion at Crab Orchard K. The descendants of the Kevolutionary hero number home what between two and three thousand, and the reunion demonstrates that the old patriot, after fight-iu- j: eight yearn to free this country from British oppression, did all in his jKjwer to increase its population. Glasgow News. deserted and have been sentenced to hard labor for one or two years then to be dishonorably discharged without pay. While we have the utmost sympathy for these younj; men, in their unfortunate situation, it is one of the conditions of enlistment that a recruit must not only subscribe to, but obey the articles of war. The' are read to him when he enlists, and he cannot plead ignorance in extenuation of his crime of desertion, the penalty of which is death. While, at first blush, in many cases may the seem to be rather severe, it is not disproportionate to the gravity of the offense, considering the moral effect of such acts upou the other soldiers. Those who have been put at only hard labor, where death is the penalty, should thank their lucky stars they have been dealt with so lenientlv. puni.-liine- nt 11 we ever discovered was that hi the front Commencing this week we will of the Finest, Earest, Choicest ffel and Neatest Line of Gents' Furnishings ever sold in this city at prices to suit the purchaser. We must nialie room for our big fall stock, so shoes and everything must go regardless of price. SEE 1 WALLACE I FIGHT AT MANILLA. We learn by wire that the Spaniards attacked the American troops at Manilla resulting in heavy loss to the former, about 500 killed and wounded, while e lost only 12. Later advices may alter these figures. e Ji-dg- A sti'dent recently asked the dent of Oberlin College if he could not take a shorter course than that prescribed by the institution. "Oh, yes," was the reply, "but that depends npon what you want to make of yourself "When God wants to make an oak he takes 100 years, but when he wants to make a squash he takes six months." Presi- anVincent Bobing received the Major Geo. O. Watts has Contor nounced himself a candidate for Republican nomination Friday DemCongress in the Eleventh Congres- gress, subject to the action of the sional District, Otr hats are off to the Interior JourSevekai. your.g soldier boys have nal for unmerited compliments to and a picture of our associate editor which appeared in that highly prized exchange this week. The Interior Journal occupies a place in Kentucky journalism and in our personal regard which none other can usurp, and we needee not this mark of distinction to draw out our best wishes for the best paper in Kentucky. It may be interesting to the people of Spain to know that during the Civil war Gen. Joe Wheeler, who wore the gray, captured Gen. Shafter, who wore the blue, and landed him in Libby prison, where "rebel" bullets couldn't reach him, and that now Generals Wheeler and Shafter are probably Bleeping in the same bed in front of Santiago, and sopping gravy from the same skillet. Of such stuff like theAmeri-en- n citizen and the American soldiers are made. Georgetown Times. CFiBrower&Co i) M- - The Pennsylvania Democratic """ WE WANT TO 01BA Customer of ours, and have as an inducement for this week prepared vention nominated this ticket: ernor, George A. Jenks, of Brookville; lieutenant Governor, ixiwden. of .Lehigh; secretary of internal affairs, Patrick DeLacy. of Scran-tosuperior court judge, William Crickett, of Carlisle; superior court judge, Calvin M. Bower, of Bellefonte. By a vote of 238 to 184 the convention refused to adopt resolutions advocating free silver and indorsing Bryan preferring to fight the State campaign on State issues. n; conGov- ocratic nominating convention of the Fourth Congressional District, of Louisiana. A brother of our esteemed fellow citizen, W. W. Watts, and a native Ken tuckian besides we regret we cannot enlist under his banner and fight for him in his contest for a seat in the National House. "Ig he honest; is he competent; will he support the constiprere tution?" These Jeflersonian quisites to official fitness can most assuredly bo affirmatively answered for Gen. Watts. And more can be said d for him. He is a gentleman of the type, a thorough bred, as polished as a Chesterfield, as brave as a lion, as gentle as a lady. He fought and bled for the Confederacy, but has sent a brilliantly endowed son to fight for the stars and stripes in Cuba. He is a patriot of unquestioned purity a man of unsullied character, a states man in whom there is no guile, and one who would serve his state and country with distinction. Next to McCroary there is no man whom we would rather see in Congress than Hon. George O. Watts, of Louisiana. high-toneold-scho- ol the greatest value-givin- g sale on record. All our first floor all marked in plain figures. Here are a few of the manj' : AT S30.00 A Bird's Eve Maple Folding Bed, in perfect order, 540.W. has 18x40 French mirror. Guaranteed in eery le-epec-t- . Conner price, e Birch suit, AT S27.50 Three-piecSweel front dresser and washstand, fancy bed Hawaii has a large, hopeful feeling because she has just succeeded in getting her nose into the American republic People of Honolulu are eagerly pasting our revenue stamps on checks and notes in patriotic desire to pay a part of the expenses of the war. They may not be so fresh about paying our taxes after a few of our capitalists go over there and establish some infant industries and then have them "protected." The people of the sunny isles should becalm; they will probably discover enough beauties in the American taxing system to suffice them later on. Harrodsburg Democrat. The Tennessee Democrats nominated with carved head and Congressman Benton McMillin for gov foot board. Price was ernor. The platform indorses the S50 00. enunciation of principles of the Chi Mahogany cago platform and declares for the AT S25.0Q Three-piec- e finished suit, oval mirror, "money of the constitution by a law dainty, elegaDt design. providing for the free and unlimited Our price was $40. coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1, AT S 6.G0 rdy'fi Writ" Desk, in without waiting for the consent of any curly Birch, French lejrs, opposes tne bond issue delicately carved, highly oiuer nation, for raising war funds, and declares polished. Really a $10 treasury war that Desk. rants would furnish a circulating me AT S 7 50 Jrge fill size Couch in dium that would accomplish all that Myrtle Cordurov, worth was required in prosecuting war. The ?I2.00. platform also indorses the action of the state's representatives in congress Tberj Are Jntt 4 Folding Beds in this in voting to institute war against Spain sale. There Arc Just 3 Chnii ber Fuits in There These promised with the election of McKinley, but retarded un til the heart grew sick from long deferred hope, has at last shown signs of its advent coming, not as a result of the ascendancy of the gold standard, but in 6pite of it! The cause for prosperity cannot be truthfully assigned to the reason given by our gold bug friends, for we have had adversity under it, and if one be the result thereof, why not the other? Ro, rather let us look for a cause outside of the conditions that brought hard times. We believe the dawn of the day results from the act of the last sesion of Congress declaring the obligations of the country payable in the coin of the U. S., and our mints to the coinage of the dollar of the dads. If prosperity is coincident with this act, why is one not the cause, the other the effect? Aye, let us so believe and teach, inspite of withering ridicule, of threats and intimidation. Other States are reiterating in their Democratic platforms their adherence to the doctrines of the Chicago platform. Let us keep the faith here in Kentucky and when the time comes present an unbroken front to the enemy. -ed Prosperity, HON. GEORGE G. GILBERT. (Stanford Journal. sale. Are Just 3 Couches in this sale. Are Jut 8 Desks in this sale. this tion put in iioiitUmtiuii iiiE oeryia Democratic conven- There are the greatest bargains you ever saw. Stop in and look them over. CiFiBrower&Co main and roadway, i LExrxbTGN, Ky. this ticket sulected at the state primaries: For governor, Allen 1). Caudler; for ueu-tary of state, Philip Cook; fur treasurer, Wi'liain Sears; for comptroller general, W. A. Wliight; fur coiumis sioner of agriculture. 0. 8. Stevens; for prison commisMoner, J. S. Turner; for school commissioner, O. R. Glenn; for attorney general, J. M, Terrell. The platform adopted calls for the free coinage of silver at sixteen to one, and commends the position of YS', Jl Bryan on tnls question. The administration is iadorsed in the stand it n&a taken 1b the war with ajiain, ana me Kate w ueorgw is pledged to mlp the aoMtoy MMUla 34 ire fit feme ittfetftt The Democratic nominee for Congress in this district, was born in Spencer county 48 years ago and when quite a young man was elected county attorney. Several years afterwards be was choBen senator from the district composed of Shelby, Nelson and Spencor, and in that body brought himself prominently before tho people of the State. He is a goodjstnmper and has a way of ingratiating himself in public favor. Ills campaign will not begin tiil September, when we predict that he will awHken sucli an interest in his race tlmt wdl iiibure his triumphant election. Dr. J. D. Wood says oi Hun. Gilbert in the Warren County Courier: lie represented his district in the State Senate 10 or 12 years ago going from Spencer county, where he then resided. He was unknown in politics and was given the chairmanship of the committee on printing, as iwHgniScarit committee as belonged to the Senate. A debate sprung up in the Sewrte two or three weeks after the session Opened in which Al Berry, one of the flaeet speakers the Senate, made a. very able and eloquent speech, Gilbert was opposed to the bill under dacaseioa apd replied to.Bwry is cm of the Am pcbQi J! ! mm dirtf m itWW.-:-- ,'WrIy Miss Sudie Bonny, of Richmond, is visiting tho family 6f R. Sid Elkin on S South Main street Ben Willis is a Z member of a charming house party which is being entertained by Miss Sue Hume, of Madison county Miss Alma Reed, of Mobcrly, Mo., and Pearl Norris, of Madison county, aro visiting relatives in this county. Win- 'SVKchester Democrat. Mrs. Mary Smith Waldon, of DanWe place on sale at 9 o'clock a beautiful line of Moquetto ville, was appointed State Superintendand Smyner Rugs. The greatest bargains ever offered. ent of Young People's Work, by the 2ar. Christian Convention, which met at . Mt. Sterling, and has entered upon her duties. She succeeds Mrs. Mary 5 O. Evans, of Louisville. No better Lis selection could have been made, as Mrs. Walden has been quito successful in that branch of church endeavor. Our line of Smyner Rugs is also beautiful. Call and see them and Danville Advocate. get first choice. Also during these days we will offer at SPECIAL LOW Prof. J. H. Chandler, of Central UniPHICES on our entire stock of Dress Goods, Muslins, Ginghams and versity, was here last week'in tho inter--- -, est of his school. He met with success, Prints at prices so low that will enable all to buy a great dealwith ver S securing nine young men who will ma little money. Have also just received from the city a line of Fanev 8 triculate tho first of September. They Silkotines for skirts at 14cts. a yd. Our line of Table Oilcloths rannriY. ' be equaled. We carry a full stock in all colors, We are also closing out m are Carroll Price. Curry Deaman, Virgie and Charlie Chatham, John Dunn, Lee our stock of Ladies' Oxfords at cost. Bissett, Thomas Bigger, Rodman Keenon and Merry Smith. This delegation is composed of unusually bright acues raiem; ieatnei BUS young Uxlords. Spp Whnt 4He Will Rhv men who are good students. sw. ii ... vjm , .g www ii .worth $i oo Harrodsburg Democrat. T. M. Morrow, editor of the Jackson 8 Hnstler, has removed his family lo OI bl- - ck, north $L2o. Drf 1 See What 75cts Will Buy. Winchester and taken tho Clinken Misses' biippers, bows to match, worth $LC0. EOT beard residence on College street This lwamwwMMtww change will not interfere with Mr. ' :$:. Morrow's connection with the Hustler, Call in and see our line of goods reduced in price before vou bur. K24 which, under his able management, We will save you money. has grown to be one of the best and most prosperous country newspapers Come early to get the first selection of beauin the State. We welcomo Mr. Mortiful ROGS. Respectfully, 5S row 3 and his excellent family and wish him and the Hustler continued success m Winchester Sun. Mrs. Dan Chenauit. of Richmond, is the guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. kX5 y Mrs. R. E. L. Bic- J. Davis Reid gerstafl, of Richmond, is the guest of iH1 her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bauin. y Misses Elizabeth Spear and Bessie McKee's Old Stand ,TR Woodford, of Paris, Miss Elizabeth y y y Vanmeter, of Danville, Miss Elizabeth M A 2& r"x? ' At vM.. TJ '2?5&S12? Hazelrigg, of Frankfort, and Miss B S fj S S i tfN fl V N'B-,- , a Mary Gay, of Clark county compose a house party at Miss Margaret Wood and is reford's this week. Mt. Sterling Demo- student at C. U. in lS91-'9- 2 membered for his high character and crat. Wm. 0. Owsley leaves this week for strong attachment to hi? friends. North Carolina. HisJiealth has been An Interesting Trial. bad for somo time and he w ill remain Some weeks ago, says the HarrodsCasey Owsley burg Democrat, the several saloon until ho recuperates has returned form the law school in keepers were served with notices forbidVirginia. Casey is looking hale and ding their selling whisky to certain alhearty. This is his first visit home in leged inebriates. All the saloon men, two years Mrs. Arthur Hubbard, of except Mr. J. N. Lawson, respected the Covington, and Miss Allene Jackson, notice and on Tuesday a warrant was of Richmond, have been Mrs. Jno. E. sworn io. out against him for ignoring the Stormes' and Mrs. Wm. Berkele's writ by selling liquor to Mr. D. J. Hurelectrified the Senate with his logic the guests of Mrs. S. E. Scott. l guests this week Lanc.istor Record. and his rich garnishment and Jancy ley. The trial was a very Interesting Miss Currie Sprinkler, of Culpepper, and beautiful gatherings from poets Virginia, is Governor Hogg, of Texas, who is one, and many fine law points were the attractive guest of and history. From that day George Miss Julia Higgius. much interested in dress reform, has brought out. Mr. Hurley stated that Miss Higgins and just given a party which was attended he had been a resident ot Harrodsburg Gilbert was for gotten as chairman of her guest will visit Danville Friday. by something like two hundred mem about three years; that for the past ten the printing committee, and took rank Rev. W. It. Lloyd, of Richmond, paswith the foremost senators on all law bers of the State capital's best society years he had averaged from two to committees and in all general legisla- sed through town last Tuesday on his The invitations to ladies contained no three sprees n years, from two to three way home from Paris where he was tion. tice to the effect that calico dresses days to four weeks in duration, and called to preach a funeral. Midway would be correct from, and those to that the last and present spree had Clipper. men explained that the recipients were lasted about four weeks; that he had Miss Julia Higgins, who has been an expected to come in similar simple at remained sober as long as ten months Richard Campbell is in Xcxjngton extremely popular guest of the Misses tire. The Governor wore a $4.50 suit,. at a time siuce he had been in Harrods.McKoberts for several weeks, left yes- and personally superintended every- burg. About twenty this week. witnesses were terday for her homo in Richmond. thing. The refreshments included 200 examined, among UP "v r.dw. them Drs. Powell. A Miss Lettie Crow is at homo from D,invillc Advocate. Forsythe and Cox, Prof. C. W. Bell, VereailleF. Mr. J.Nathan Elliott has been electGen. Geo. O. Watts jxave us an appre- Messrs. Bnsh Allin, Jr.. K. C. Smith Miss Kate Davis is vibitiug in Lin- ed Professor of Latin and Elocution ciated call Monday and informed us and J. T. Boswell. When Prof Bell in Woodland Collese, Independence, that he was just in receipt of a letter took the stand he was handed a Webcoln county. 6w Mo., and will assume his new duties in from his son, Sergeant O N. O. "Watts, ster's Dictionary and was asked to deMiss Mollie Fifo and mother are at September. Mayfield Monitor. in which he' stated that himself, as well fine the word inebriate. He did so and Lennietta Springs. Harrison Thomson was welcomed as all the other Rapides boys in Hood's it was shown that tho word did not Rev. Win. Crow, Jr., of Frankfort, back to camp last Thursday. He Regiment were well and getting along mean, as is commonly accepted, that a was here last week. brought a large trunk of good things as well as could be expected. The man must be constantly drunk to be . Miss Bessie Baughman He is doing nicely and letter was written on board of the classed as an inebriate; but the fact isited at to the will soon be himself once more. Wood- steamer Berlin, at Tort Eads, just be that a man gets drunk on an average of Lancaster Inst week. fore going into the Gulf. Octo also three to four times a year makes him. Mrs. Dorcas Maupin, of Missouri, is ford Sun. said that it had not yet been decided according to Webster, an inebriate. Miss Hattie Dobyns, one of visiting Mrs. Elma X. Maupin. 's most charming young ladies, was whether tho Second La. Regiment The jury was composed of W. B. Miss Florrie Hood, of Lebanon, is in the city yesterday afternoon en would be sent to Santiago or Porto Davis. H. C. Smith, T. H. Coleman, the guest of Mrs. L Shulby Irvine. W. T. Curry, D. C. Patterson and J. P. route to Richmond to join a house Rico Alexaudriat La. Democrat. Mr. and Mrs. Hngh G. McElivaine WW-- FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combr Party given by Miss Sue Hume. BourSome time ago the Richmond Daily Mitchell, and they stood fivo for con inations and Iron something- new. are at home from Bowling Green. r bon News. Register offered a trip to Niagira Falls viction and one acquittal. Captain C. Mrs Margaret Evans is visiting relaT. Corn and E. M. Hardin conducted BUFFETS-T- he only thing of the kind ever .air. Artuur is visiting to the most popular sdesman or sales the prosecution in a very skilful manner tives in Kansas City and Denver, Col. lady in the city. The oto was to he ever exhibited in Richmond. friends at Richmond this week and Mr. J. F.Vanar&dall ably conductMiss Laura Bennett is at home from Misses Amy Smith and May Stone, of cast by coupons clipped from the CHINA CLOSETS-- Six a visit to Miss Belle Fish, at Nicholas-vill- Louisville, nro the guests of Miss Fan- Register. The contest was as hot as ed tho defense. Another jury wap emdifferent varieties Bent Glass, Mirror Backs. Sc. final quarters reserved for fish liars paneled yesterday, and Lawson was nie Williams. Versailles letter in tlis and politicans, and much excitement lined 550 each in two cases. Mrs. A. D. Miller and little daughter, Midway Clipper. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. Elizabeth, are visiting relatives in Mr. William R. Letcher, Jr., left was created. The voting was brought SL CORRESPONDENCE. INTENSION TABLES-Fr- om Estill county-M- r. $3.50 to $40. Monday for New York. He will to n close Saturday and it was found I Ih'.M'MIT? fHADT-DC- i T r and Mrs. J.R. Holtonand daugh- travel for one of the largest dry goods that Miss Bessie Baughman was the to $S.OO in Ash, Km.GSTOJST. ter, of Mason county are visUmg Dr. business in America. The best wishes winner by a big majority. She is the Cs Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple C. S. Holton. of many Kentucky friends go with him. daughter of Mr. John T. Unughman, and Mahogan. Dr. A. L. Hurst was m Piint Lick formerly of this city. She is a beautiMr. and Mrs. S. II. Thorpe, and son, Billy is a bully boy. ful girl, and has many admirers in this last Thursday. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproCecil, are spending this week at Dr. J. M. Burnam, of the University city, who are delighted at her succes?. Jas. Pigg, Geo. Swaner and Jesse ductions of the tables used at Bradlej--MartEstill Springs. of Missouri, at Columbia, paid a visit Lancaster Record. Bowling, of Laurel county, were hero ball and made and painted bv Miss Dovie Burton, of Lawrenceburg, to Georgetown last week. Dr. BurA most unique and delightful social on business last week. hand See Them. is spending her vacation in Madison. nam was professor of Latin and French Mr. Richard Boulware and family She is at present the guest of Mr. and at Georgetown seven or eight years ago. event was the Barn Party given by CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, HungaMisses Carlisle and Eleanor Chenauit returned from a pleasant visit to relaGeorgetown Times. Mrs. J. B.Willis. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. Monday night honor of their guests tives at ML Vernon last week. The Winchester Democrat says: Mrs. Misses Lillian in Miss Eula Edwards, of Louisville, has and Ethel Watts, of .Bliss .Nettie Cox and little sister, From 60o to $15.00. returned home after a pleasant visit to W. M. Beckner is prepared to search Fayette, and Mr. David Eastin, of LexLillie, are home again "from a visit to out and report on genealogies, and has ington. Miss Minnie Dykes. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. The large new barn of Mr. Mt. Vernon and Stanford. fA found connections that give her spec- T. D. Miss Mary W. Bennett is visiting Chennul, at Cumberland View, MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. Miss Ula Terrill is spending a few ial fncilites in gathering information Mr. and Mrs. Evan S. McCord, at was christened with a dance, theupper days with friends in Paris. as to Virginia families. Washington. story furnishing ample room fortwenty-fiv- e Rev. J. Robt. Boatman, of Corbin, Mrs. S. P. Walters, who has been the Ve are too busy to Rive a full list of our Immense couples. The floor was canvassed r, Mr. and Mrs. Boy C. White have for stock, but assure yon that any thine you may need their guests Misses Virginia and Al- guest of Mrs. W. R. Letcher, in Cin and music by Col. Owen Walker's paid us a flying visit last Saturday. you can find at our new quarters. cinnati, brings the news that another band kept the merry feet tripping till Rev. L. H. Reynolds did not fill his len Hanna, of Lexington. daughter has come to bless the home of dawn. Supper was served at 11 p. m., pulpit here last Sunday. He is holdMr. Allen Zaring and sister, Miss Dr. W. S. Montgomery, of Piqua, Ohio, and the couples nud chaperones in car- ing ft series of meetings in Virginia. Bardie, attended the Governor's Ball whosejwife was formerly Miss Minnie riages drove out to tho handsome barn. 5 Lightning struck and killed one of J. Lancaster last Friday night. DAY TELEPHONE 7S. Letcher. It was a glorious affair throughout. R. Azbill's best cattle last week. Also NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. Miss Katie Smith, of Missouri, was Prof. J. T. Gaines, of Louisville, was a good horse for Barton Haley near the guest last week of her cousin, the guest last year of his sisters. Mrs. here. Miss Katie Smith, this city. W&en in the City Make Yonr Ed Baxter and Mrs. Jacob Huguley. The home of Mr. Thos Chenauit Miss Sue Hume's house party is one This is Prof. Gaines' first visit here near hero was the scene of much merrilurAKDT. To the wifo of Emil Headquarters With of the largest and most enjoyable since the Battle of Richmond. Ho Monday night, o fine daughter. ment last Monday evening, when his ever given in Madlion, sixteen guests was a member of Humphrey Mar new Darn was dedicated with a dance. Nicbolasvillo Democrat. being present for ten days. shall's command. Mr. Ilhardt 5s a nephew of Mr. L. Owen Walker's band dispensed the Mrs. Hogernian and daughter arrived Miss Lucy Downey is visiting Schlegel, of this city. music Wo failed to get the names of last night to join here Prof. B. C. friends m .Richmond Mrs. John KniTir. Friday morniug, the 15th those present. the new principal of Hamilton Feeny and son are visiting relatives inst., found delighted hosts in Mr. W. College. Lexington Herald. Mr. L. U. Blantou in Richmond A Carlist uprising and a cyclone, all WL or Wy Ub. Mr W c . rzr i Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Peyton, of Lex and daughter, Miss Katherine, came H. Keith and wife who extended amost in one day, would seem to be piling it cordial welcome to a charming young ington, Mrs.. Jones, oi London and Dr. over yesterday from Richmond, to visit lady who will remain their guest foi on a little too heavy, even for Spain. ai.mCTWpa3iiii"-nj iiihiwi i London" Jones, of "Winchester, are Mrs E. M. Dickson. Bourbon News. many years to come, they hope. The Hawaiian national gnard will Miss Katharine Hacker and brother, S. C, Enterprise. The now shouldor arms while Uncle Thomas, who have been pleasant vis- many Kentucky friends of Sam the father of itors to relatives here for some thime, this iufant extend congratulation nnrl calls the roll. . returned to their home at Richmond, best wishes. When little Miss Keith How's This? Wednesday. Miss Hacker leaves many grows up to girlhood she will have A Friend Put Him on the Track ESTABLISHED 1QGQ We offer One Hundred Dollars ReO. admirers, but she will return again, many welcomes extended her in the ward for any case of Catarrh that can to Good Health "Billie" bo some sweet day. More-hea- d Blue Grass. Mr. Will Keith was not be cured by Hall's Catarrh nn a 1? Advance. J. CilEKKV & CO.. Pnins . TV.I.,,1 Had Been Laid Up for Two Months ; v..v.ir Ohio Mr. Cons. W. Miller, of Irvnle. vim with Dizzy Spells. Awarded Vethe undersigned, liave knoAvn F. "I have had a stomach trouble for the graduated at the University of Virgin-- ' Highest Honors World's Fair, J. Cheny for tho htstlojeais, and past three years and last winter I was so ia, will practice law and probably locitp believe him perfectly honorable in a.11 ousmess 'transactions and tluancially that I could not work for over two in Lexington. Mr Miller and rnoth-- r able to carry out any oWiVMti.'n.d maue Monnments; Tombs, Headstoass, Statuary and Foreign snd months. I would nave dizzy spells when spent Sunday at Wilmore. Mr. Milltr X could not get oat of bed, by their firm and when I grailutetl with high honoro. He is a American MarMe and Graaite. was lying down It seemed as though there cousin of Mr. .West & Ttuax. WliolaIc Djuk-gistForest Miller, of Nicholas-vill- e Toledo. O. Waldinq Kinnan was a hard lamp in my stomach. The & Makvin. t Wholesale Nicholasvlllo Democrat. medicines jlven me .afforded relief only lrnmists. lojeuo, Ohio. for a time. A friend advised me to try Miss Carrie Lane Riggj sailed from xiau s v.atarrli Cure is Hood's Sarsaparilla. which I did, and after Now York for the International Suu-la- y dircctlv-nnoim Uklng six bottles I am glad to eey I never and 'mucous surfaeM uf i,.. ,Vo.... . School convention in London May r.."B" v r per i ... V. felt better In my life. I do not' have any US. me iuu owiie ooia iy all Dru- After epeudiiu; a few weeks in Eng. dlcsy spells and do not feel the lamp in :isw. Testimonials -ay stomach' A. Jacksox, Passenger, land, she sailed for Amsterdam, and Hals Family I'ilHs are iha Jst. Granik-- . or Conductor, P. 0. C. and St. Loui By., theuco to points of interest along the ut3-lCemetery Work, ,,,t1e.',VX.by,n8 tu eli at the old smndaHy kind ,.f a. iatere.t in the rear Rhine. Her present address is 2 L Garm 19ih St., IxHrirrilleKeaUeky. ii!!! . eH,?r? ?Ir,vin SfcwitoirhwbtbejrirHI fiwl coasts ally oe hand ten Str. Jena, Germany Erlanger SarsatWlwat workwwt is Central KMtCK1. is in l!i)ftn af narHlsMul.nu.t parlHa Banner. Mr. Smith," she said dx. "-- ' ,i'No,' .3.' , evriry pjie.. Part 5 liirm at a diHtanra MOST PERFECT-MAD- E genfy ' r!ta . t Ii the bfttt-- m teet the OseTrae Meed PariSer. fc yMch will be ftrnisbwl on aleMloB. but flfinly, "I" can never be your w:ileV,' belst upon Xooo'e i lake ae stibetHMIe. ;W Then he to hiseet and aid ww AmmonU, Alum oraftyoUwrtdittMM .. rrJ J. YOUR ATBOX AGS SOLICITED. ii i.'iraif- are tea,, MM, eft tm MIIMII Si in. li'h mitv as." FIIB j in WoJtaa Unm, ''Are,il my hopw.to - & - IheAepiieW H Sfi GRASP THE OPPORTUNITY NOW AND C022E TO Sill yvvW'',v"t 'a';"v-5,,.W'SAS'firK7KX?S-. ' . m wy v . t- - 41 r-T: FOR THIS WEEK! to-morr- J?. & ; 1 m Moquette .Rugs, 3 ft. long, for 75cts. Moquette Eugs, ft. 4 in, long, for $2.25. Moquette Eugs, 6 ft, long, always 85 for 83.50. IP' 'it m O m m i f lip ft! s f tf.ieb ,.01(lb' 5 y y s m y McKee m K-SW-K- CoiTIDdPV '' PTTrTE si I lMJNHV 'WWi wv At STv T" my s ' ' .. - -- I PERSONAL water-melon- s. bo-s- t g Not Baltimore and Ohio ggerstafi 0 & Oldham. i Mays-ville- E8ilW8lwl5tokl ng fT e. 0 -- i? f w J m & & M a tf ROCERS Fair-have- n, 0 w w J cfr 4& J3 dt, I? w BiGGEHST & m Ha-germa- n, M S& & v vs&v&v WWWWiMi & m , .r V . Conductors Story ladisoH ffl oimmeiital Works -,., IJAMECt. HAMILTON, "Peopbietok. VWCft CREAM s, n . Un i.i,i .."' in'ter-nallyv'acti, m ni' FIRE WORK A SPEGIALTT. Xk, wi:f .It A Hood J;t" - - , r BAKING POWDffi KS " fr-e- . Natioe to CfMtors! . etrgld - J i StfVS. rr7 L l. . . . -- inw ..""; .wr. d .VJa 't-x- - . - f'lS.-- . ePI'Wfi' uMMtMhm .. fMSrvan - 'Su. . 1" WJ iILTQNU -,--a w $ wi urr . V "Anglo-Israel- " The Name of a New Association Formed in Chicago. 1 mm ? IIS ou R CASTLE! R oiTRnvci Nfll IIIIIllll w y FnRTiriFnr I - - m m m I IIII r 1 a II II UK ar 1 3 - a M l Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with BAR- 3 M A GAINS in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords ai and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes, R In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. V Style, Quality and Price Guaranteed, L.riw , i3rrt will pay you to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. "?S It will be seen by the following that Capt. Thos. Thorpe is not the only person in this conrtry that believes tha Anglo Saxon peoples are of the ten lost tribes of Israel. The following was taken from a Chicago paper of July IS: At a meeting of persons interested in establishing the identity of the with tho Houso of Israel, or the "Lost Ten Tribes," held in the AsY. M. C. A. parlors, sociation was organized. The object of the association is to spread the truth of the claimed identity with the chosen people. It will be tho purpose of the organization to hold meetings at regular intervals when papers will be read upon the theme, discussions had thereon, questions answered and literature distributed. The fact that England and the United States bear all the marks by which the Kingdom of Israel was to bo identified in these lat tor days, and that the people are accomplishing the especial mission of this people, has Keen a source of wonder to many Bible students. A temporary organization was effected, with George E. English as Chairman and George Ker as Secretary. Angle-SaxoAnglo-lBrael a SW v THE CAUCUS HELD, THE VERDICT RENDERED! HICHMOED, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE 83il5 Busy Bee Gash 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. Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale "f they must all go. This sale will last for 10 days and each and every item sold during the 10 days out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we carry to correspond with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. IXJL? For Sale. N. SH sheep and 200 head of I have cattle for sale, at low prices. Address, Frank Rook, j20-t- f Merrietta.Ga. 2,000 t ViF5ti IhB viEj?S?,!7 U M ,- -- A Great Hog Show. 10-1- 9, 07 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. 7h J5 a ?rK 7s 71 e 1 7 10 7& I I ?R7R7l7R7R7 ItBtRtRtRtRt! B M N NfcV U M 6 One of the features of the Lawrenco-bnrgFai- r, August will be the hog show. If weight is a consideration "Father" Galen White and "Gen- eral" Black can easily take the rib- bons, as they have or lately had two at 3 cents per yard, former price One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. The Richmond Climax. WLDXESDAY. ATGUST 10, 1S9S. Proctor Knott Cigar. Bananas Mai golen's. cents a dozen at Gus Two We Helped Do It. a Advertisements will be received C b THE CLIMAX with the guar- antee that its circulation exceeds that of any other paper published c g in Kiclunond. C C 3 j Dr. Ilobsou, Dentiht. car The best binoker, the Proctor Knott Nino bars laundry soap for 25 cents .us ai l?t Midkiir paint and trim your niall-Gmcarnage. dl have a nice lot of peaches Gus Margolen. T.ur.dav. o ' lb ' state favorite, 00 the Proctor cents n fcaek at Mr. Lu tt cigar. '". t Patent flour - Margolen'. Dr. ' -- will to-d.i- y. beat J. B. Ml a - package colfee Margolcn'b. 10 cents a pound Mexican Veterans will meelatHnr-- . ou September 20. N cans with senlin wax, 2o cents l r luzen at Uu?. .l.irgolcn's. Kxtractcd aud comb Honey for sale. L Sohlkoi:l. .:ii"102t Ballard & Dunn bhipped two cars of kittle to Cincinnati Saturday. s e Midkilfbline of buggies before ti buy. All work guaranteed, inaj 11 limo The residence of J. M. Boen, at Kuigoton was burued on Friday night. Insurance $1 ,000. Ihae the best and cheapest road w.igon on the market. mnyll-CmS. L. Midkifk. The petition for a local option election in till city bus been dismissed; Tin- late set was September 13, V J. HomicII, of Whites Station, iwll go to North Caioliua this week to thip out a lot of cattle he has there. Tin - mer place. Hord caught well while InMr. Alford Williams tells the Ci.im x gram played third and hit out a single that he will at tent the coming re union and two doubles. Score Next of Mexican War Veterans at Harrods-burg- . games here tomorrow and Friday with Other eterans in tho county Nicholasville. are Messrs. Clinton Shiflet, Polk DunEllislon Mill Company. ham, Joel Perkins and 'Squire Nelson This well known water and steam Burru. Mason's best jars 50 cents per dozen mill has been fitted out with the latest improved roller method for making at Gus Margolen's. flour, which is as white and pure as can Farm For Sale, be made, The French Burr is still I wish to sell privately my farm of used for making meal, which is second 70 acres, located on Himer's Fork of to no grade turned out in this State. A Otter Creek, 5 miles from Richmond. corn crusher is also run for the accomTwenty-fivacres of this land is in corn modation of their patrons. Another and 45 acres in grafs. For further par- needed improvement, a machine has been attached to the mill. ticulars call on or address. Wm. Riley, The individual members of this firm jy20-lWhite Hall, Ky. arj Messrs. W, It. Cleland and David Chenault. Resignation of Dr. Davidson. Please Our Tatrons." Our Motto, Dr. A. C. Davidson has resigned as Married Seven Times. President of Georgetown College, and Uncle Johnnie Itunyan, a Kentucky his resignation has been accepted. The exacting duties of the position mountain pioneer settler, well known weie telliuj; on his health. He has ac all over Kentucky, is dead at his old cepied a call to the South Side Baptist home near Regina, Pike county, in the chinch at Dirminham, Ala., and will one hundred and fourth year of his age, children living aud lea e for his new field of work as soon having twenty-thre- e thousands of descendants. The remark as he can arrange his aflairs. able old man died in the same hut he Excursion to Estill Sprins. began housekeeping in upward of The members of the P. A. Clay In- eighty years ago, where he has lived firmary Association intend to have an quite a peculiar life. His wife aged one excursion to Estill Springs for the hundred and two, survives him. He benefit of the Infirmary sometime this has been married seven times. RichVersalles, mond, (Ky.) Climax. People from mouth. Xicholasville and otl'er adjoining If Kentucky isn't big enough for all towns will be requested to go. Full of the descendants, let some of them particulars in regard to the excursion come this way and grow up with the aud concert will be given to the public grandest country on earth. Durango, next week. Colorodo, Democrat. 13-7. Mexican Veterans. of our players, Ingram and Hord, assisted Lexington wallop a Louisville club on Sunday at the for- ft noils tronbled me for a long time. They were large and painful. I tried many remedies, but nothing helped me. I was completely cored when, by recommendation of my druggist, I used Ager' oapsaparffla. 99 "W. N. RICHARDSON, Eureka, Fb. Small Pox in Jackson. e m Watch your Meat-Hous- e. On Saturday night thiees visited the farm of Sid Ardery, about eight miles from Paris, on the Hume & Bedford pike, and stole a buggy and horse and about three hundred pounds of meat, belonging to a tenant. None of the This is meat house in about the twenty-fift- h Bourlon that has been robbed since last November. Farmers are loading their shot guns and will make it warm for sneak thieves. Bourbon Mews. property Las been recovered. New Agent Here. o - - Mr. W.E. Muncey, the obliging and popular agent of the Adams Express Co , of this city, has been appointed agent of the Manhattan Life Insurance Co., of New York. Dr. C. J. Bales is one of the examiners. Better men could not have been chosen. In the local field, Mr. Muncey is being assisted by Mr. E. A. Grigsby, the General Agent, who is a pleasing and persuasive june22-3talker. Mr. R. P. Woods of Cincinnati, RiihinomL defeated .Danville in is Department Manager, aud he may both the games of ball last week, rebt assured assured that his company's Danville is ''not so warm" as iuteiests are in good hands in this loand she iwd to he, else we are "hot stuff" cality. ourselves. A Shooting Affray. Miss Tempi e Oldham has moved With a Winchester rifle Ryburn her stock of goods for the months of Thomes shot Johu Garrett through the July and August into the loom back of body, the bullet entering the stomach Sehlegel's Hall. Ladies wi&hing Mil- and ranging downward came out at the linery, notions and underwear, will spine. The shooting occurred Friday 6ave money by calling ou her. morning at Panola, and was the result julyG 2m of a family quarrel over a debt of $100 The scheme to start a bank at Haz- owed by Garrett to tho firm of Tliemas ard has been wisely abandoned by the & Adams, merchant at Panola. Thomas One way to keep came to town and surrendered. While down strife and factional warfare in a the wound is very dangerous, the atsmall town U discouraging of bauks. tending physician thinks there is some The organization of a bauk in tmall chance for his recovery. The occurplaces will precipitate more trouble ence is unfortunate and is regretted by no one more than Mr. Thomas him than the seen plagues of Egypt. self. Jackson Hustler. I have on hands now a full Hue of high grade buggies, carriages and road v agmis at lowest prices. niavll-OmS. L. MiDKlFF. Mrs. Williamson will resume her Pmate School on Seventh street the first Monday in September aud would be grateful for your patronage. o m 8-- 7 S-- would-be-projector- s. Horrible Death. A Prominent Citizen Dies. Wash Woodson, an Estill county farmer, fainted in his stable lot from loss of blood caused by a liemmorliage of the nose. Ho"s attacked him. ate off his nose, earn and so lacerated his body that ho died before assibtaner arrived. Lecture on Japan. Will be delivered by Hiss Lavenia Oldham in tiie Mt. Tleasant Cnrietian Church on Saturday August l3that7:S0 p. m. Mr. Minakerchi will be present in Japanese costume and will sing several song--. A. cordiul invitation extended to all. Admission 15 oents. The Dudley Boys in Ihe Army. Herndon Dudley has been promoted to Corporal in Co.A. 4th Ky. "Col." Gordon Dudley declined a piomotion, preferring to carry a gnu and nttend strictly to the business which ivuseil him to enlist. Herndon is, said to be a great favorite with his officers. Another brother. Charles, is at All are sous of Mrs. Sue Dud-lei- ', f tD8 city. Chira-maug- a. Heeling Pieces zii Officers Association. of Tttchers' Tho Tcacheru' Association of Madison county if ill hold meetings twice Low Rates lo Lawrcnccburg Fair Southern each month, as follows: August 27, Railway Million: September 3,"Uii.on; Septem account of the above Annual ber 15, Weco, OrloberU, rxtoivn; Oc-- J On Railway will sell October ), Speed--ivel- !; Fair, the Southern U'ber 15, Kiiic-lo.j- ; roun'dtrip tickets from all btationsm Kirkbvillo. Novell. Kentucky to Lawrenccburg at the rate OiliceM: Vlntpnn of one fare for roundtrip tickets on Mrs ti.., tr:.! K0O3 l Dozier.FoxWn: Prof. T. C. Treop, sale August 1C19 20. Call on near tm until Atazst Tudor, Glade; LrnioD; Miri NaHBie Railway forinfor-mattes- . Mr. Luther Todd, YrIis; Prof. T. C. est Agent Soetbera v Taylor, Lowry, "Watse; wir-rJ2jillk- -. ii The death of "Uncle" Sam Bigger-sta- ff on Saturday last was the cause of d sorrow and regret About two years ago he was stricken with par alysis and has been confined to his home ever since. Last Monday week he was again paralyzed which hastened his death. He was about 70 years of age, aud leaves a wife and five sons, Melvin Biggerstaff. of VanBuren, Ark.; John, of Winchester; Elihu, of Red House; David and Robert, of this city. To these he leavas a spotless reputation, a memory revered by all. The funeral was largely attended, and the burial service at the grave was in charge of the Masouic Fraternity, of which ha was an honoied member. Mr. Bigger-stawas elected Sheriff of Madison in 1S67 and was elected and respectivily. If the Jailor in ISSO-'love of his fellow men, of all parties, based upon bis nobility of nature, could but be touuded to its depth it Aonld be found to proceed from the admiration of and gratitude fur the countless deeds of kindnefs that were performed by the good man who has gone toliis reward. His name aud memory will be fresh in our- - minds and hearts for many, many y.ears wide-snreaff Si -- lerj, il.. . ta"' Aoifc'i ,. Jackson county is quarantined against by her neighbors because of the small pox epidemic there. Dr. Moss Gibson, of this district, who may be said to be practically an "Immune," who was in charge of the pest house and detention C5J"l. iVfyAWW camp here when small pox raged a jP5rA. ago, has been summoned to s Jackson county to take charge of the "TV patients there. If the good people of that infected place will obey orders and put all suspects in a camp to them- Low Rates to Shelby County Fair Southern 2 selves. Hiul keep the patients together Railway. the disease may be conquered. Other On acconut of the above fair, to he wipe the whole county will suffer. Dr. Gibson will do his part if the people held at Shelbyville, K, August The Southern Railway will sell round-tris will co operate with him. 'J??r tickets from all stations in Kentucky to Shelbyville at the rate of one The Gentry Reunion. Probably the lareest family reunion fare for the roundtrip tickets on sale good to return August ever held in this State, or in any State, August is that now in progress at Crab Orchard. 27. Call on nearest Agent Southern Col. Craddock makes some notes of in- Ry. for information. Wm II. Tavmob, A G. P A. terest to our Madison readers, among whom aro many of the descendants of Estill Springs. the pioneer, Richard Gentry, whose son Mrs. J . M. Thomas gave a Bowling Richard was once a citizen of this Alley contest last week, in w Inch the county before it was a couuty. Col. guests at the hotel were invited to parCraddock sajs: ticipate. Not less than fifty or seventy-fiv- e the System To Clea-s- e PJatii'iCNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-"We boarded the train at High Bridge idlliVl V gia, Constipation and Indiof the boarders took a hand and A Remarkable Feature at The Gentry Reat 10:40 a. m. Monday, on which was the result was a heated contest for the Effectually yet gently, when costive gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. overcome union. the Gentry reunion crowd of over 200 prize, which was a handsome vase. or bilious, to permanently habitual constipation, to awaken the G.Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. White. Elsew here Col Craddock describes for persons, The game was sure enough a contest kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, us the Gentry re union at Crab Orchard, irritating or weakening tbem, "Ira Garrett Taylor, nine months old from the start, and as usual, when without Boyle county has been blessed with to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, incidentally referring to a feature there- tomorrow, greeted us at Tribble House. Richmond is represented in anything, use S nip of Figs, made by the Cali- - good rains the last week. of tiiat deserves more elaboration on Junction City, where his grandfather, she is most likely to be heard from, ionna tig."syrup DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the account of its remarkable nature. We A. Tribble, is proprietor. and this contest did not prove an exof Wheaaman cant do anything else largest saleits any Salve in woild. This refer to the meeting of Miss Mary Par-ns"When tho train arrived from Louis- ception. Mrs. B. C. Potts, wife ot B. merit has led dishonest fact and he can develop into a cronir kicker. of Independence, Mo., with her ville therewas another large party of people to attempt to counterfeit it. Cooke Potts, of this city, much to her fsur sisters and three brothers w:hom Gentry reunionists from Missouri, Il- surprise, is now More than twentv million free sam- Look out for the man who attempts to the possessor of a hand she had not seen in over thirty-fiv- e linois, Indiana, Tennessee, etc, and borne vase, as the result of her partici- ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazfl Salve deceive you when you call for DeWitt's years, l heir meeting was most atlect- - the happy meeting will long be rememhave been distributed by the manufac- Witch Hazel Salve the great pile curs. pation in this muscular amusement. turers. What better proof of their con- Douglas & Wells. iug, so we are told by a relative, Mrs. bered. Some of them had not met lor Below we give a partial list of the fidence in it's merits do yon want? It XV D. Oldham, of this city, one of the Dixon Springs are doing a good busihalf a century; indeed it was first guests at the Springs last week : cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the & ness this summer. Douglas Gentry descendants. It seems that meeting with many. Mrs. A.T. Chenault Richmond: J. T. Palmer, R. W. shortests spaeo of time. Miss Parrish was taken to Missouri by wife of Madison's and Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Thorpe Wells. What Tommy Said. her uncle, Overton Gentry, at the death her sister Miss Mary Parish, of Missouri, and son, W. II. Adams, Capt. and Mrs. Boarding-hous- e beefstak is apt to be Uncle John Well, what do yon of her mother, 'Mary Gentry Parrish, met after 30 years separation, and as mean to be when you get to be a man? J. R. Pates and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. raro becouse one seldom gets it. when Mary was an infant latter was an infant then, of course D. II. Myers, M. M. Dickcrson, Mr, Little Tommy (promptly) A docTruth wears well. People have tor, like pa. Her fourolder sisters and brothers they had to be introduced. and Mrs. B. Cooko Potts aud uaughter, learned that DeWitt's Little Early Uncle John (quizzically) Indeed; remained here and never saw tbem unMr. Gus Holman, proprietor of the Miss Nellie. Risers are reliable little pills for regu and which do you intend to be, an altil last week at the Gentry bowels, curing constipation lopath or a homoeopath? Springs Hotel at Crab Orchard, had Frankfort: Misses Pepper and John- lating the and sick headache. They don't gripe. when they were introduced to her, and prepared to entertain the vast crowd in son Little Tommy I dou't know what and Mrs. Bennett. Douglas &. Wells- them awful big words mean. Uncle it is said there was not a dry eye in all fine style. Those who had not dined Paris: Miss Clay, Cr. and Mrs. F. L. no but that throng, so pathetic was the scene. met with a bounteous feast. In the Lapsey, S. V. Butler, G. D. Mitchell Fools wait for things to turn up; John; Vausethat don't make be difference, either I ain't goin' to parlors of the hotel are likenesses oJ and James Clay. wise men go and turn them up. of 'em. I'm just goin' to be a family Jefferson County A. & M. Association Fair the two daughters of Ttichard Gentry (Colored) Louisville, August Louisvillo: R. W. Croxton, Shirley Help is wanted when the nerves be- doctor an' give all my patients Hood's Mrs James Blythe and Mrs. Bush. Tho E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Mathews, come weak and appetite fails. Hood's Sarsaparilla, 'cause my pa says that if F'or the above occasion, the Southern he is a doctor, he's 'bliged to own up 19 children, 1G sons. Wm. Montague, Chas. Green, Daniel Saraparilla gives help by making the that IJood's Sarsaparilla is the best Railway will sell roundtrip tickets from old veteran had It. pure. "The Messrs. Gentry of Rockcastle Ragan, V. M. Noursie and L. L. An- blood rich and family medicine he ever saw in his all btations in Kentucky to Louisville auglO-lcounty, say their ancestor was also a derson. Another Green river boat, the Leon- life. at the rate of one fare for roundtrip on Richard Gentry of the Revolution, and Newport: Misses Fair Force, May ora, has withdrawn from that trade in Laurel county has fourteen cases of account of the Annual Colored Fair lived to be ninety years old. He was Washington, Mr. aud Mrs. S.B.Taylor. disgust. small pox. tickets to be sold August 1(5, to 20 in- cousin of the Richard Gentry whoso Harrodsburg: W. H. Reed and son, A Sudden Attack. clusive, good to return until August descendant. General W. H. Gentry, cal- Rev. and Mrs. W, O. Goodloe. 22. Call on nearest Agent Southern Tetter, and Eczema. "I was suddenly broken down with led the reunion. Nicholasville: Miss Stuart and Gep. kidney and liver troubles and for two Ity. for information. The intense itching and smarting inci"As we are writing these notes a gay R. Pryor. months I was in a very low condition, dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Wm. H. Taylqk, A. G. P. A. throng of the younger Gentrys are inMt. Sterling: Robt. Trumbo and son. and received little benefit from medi- by applying Chamberlain's Eye and I made up my mind Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases dulging in hop. V. It. Brown, Mr. aud cines. One dav Lexington: to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and after have been permanently cored by it. It Arrangements are being made for a the Kansas City Gentrys Mrs E. B. Johnson, S. Brown and fam,-il- taking a few bottles I was able to ride is equally efficient for itching piles and of the descendants of will give a grand german, and tomorfamily R. S. Brown, Mrs. Edeth Cox, Mrs. out. I am now well." Ulysses E. a favonto remedy for sore nipples; tho late "Wesley, Lewis and Irvine row night his been set apart for tbo M. Koberts, C. W. Bradloy, Luke Camitox. Buchanan, Ky. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites HIele, Hamilton Norris and Thomas Governor's ball. and chronic sore eyea. 25 cts. per bo. and family. Mrs. Wilcox, Mr. and Hood's Pills are tho favorite family Adams, at the L. T. Griggs place one "Friday night the usual general ball Mrs. BriantMr. and Mra. Thompson, Easy to take, easy to opercathartic. Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are milo south of College Hill, on Saturday, will be enjoyed. The crowd is about Mr. aud Mrs. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. ate. 25c. It just what a horse needs when in bad August 20th. Hon. XV. B. Smith, of this evenly divided as to sexes, and there John. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and gSeven car loads or wheat were ship- vermifuge. They aro not food but city, and others will be invited to being many young people they are Versailles: Mrs. V. M. Grey. C. M. ped out of Fulton one day last week. medicine and the best in use to pnt a make addresses. A good musical pro having a real big time. Among the Browning, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lond, T. horso in prime condition. Price 25 will be carried out. The spot se- prominent Gentrys present aro Homer W. Morrow. gram A flood Memory sents per packaga. is on the Bennett Gentry, a wealthy Kansan; lected for holding the Bowling Green Dr. McCormack. Often saves money and also good Danville will have no fair this year. farm owned by the late Thomas Adams, Richard Gentry, a high railroad offiMcAfee: Miss Mary Jarvis and E. health. If you are troubled with conj)lace. All interest- cial of Kansas City; Joseph Gentry, a ,J. Patton. stipation, indigestion or any form of and is a beautiful Tired aid True. cinmnKh trnnhlA rfimember to take ed in this family meeting are requested capitalist of St. Joseph, Missouri; Clay City: E B. Russell. Tousands have tried Dr. Caldwell's of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup home a bottle baskets. A.S. Hisle, Frank Gentry, a substantial Mississipto bring London. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pigg. Pepsin and health will be restored to Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indi"Willis Hisle, John Hisle, Charles Nor pi .planter; Overton Gentry, a rich and Cynthiana. Miss Nettie Frazier, you. Trial sizes 10c (10 closes 10c) gestion and sich headachemade have for it, largo size 50c and $1 00 of B. I Middel-to- found it true to the claim ris, Grant Norris, P. F. Adams, M. B. farmer of Now Independence, Mo.; Mrs. T. J. Hedges, Ernest Reed. aug3-lviz; that is the best remedy now before Hill, S. Norris, J. I Griggs, O. "SV. John R. Gentry, manager of the horeo Lancaster Senator G. T. Farris and the good people for the relief of Hisle and Talton Willoughby are those gbow at St. Louis, and many others Mrs "Weissiger. Army worms are already showing up stomach troubles Trial size 10c large mentioned on the committee of ar- from this aud adjoining States. Fully sizes 50c and $1.00 of B.L. Middelton. on Tennessee river farms. aug3-lrangements. 100 of those assembled are from Mis One Minute Cough Cure surprises Tho friends and all well disposed per- souri. A grana time is expectea ana Fulton is to have street letter boxes. people by its quick cures and children sons are invited to como and join In Is being realized. A fox hunt, with may take it in largo quantities withCUBAN OIL cures out tho least danger. It has won for the the houods to run through the hotel is Cut?, Burns, Bruises, Rheu itself the best reputation of any preparEcstoro full, regular action one of the many things on the program. Wanted, $10,000. for colds, croup, tick- matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. ation used of the boivels, not irri''The first Gentry to settle in Mia tate or Inflame, dobut leave ling in tbo throat or obstinate coughs. Sold by Perry The movement to purchase a $10,000 Thomas, raccesaors toW. or- Q. White. Douglas & Wells. silver Eervice for the battleship Ken- souri, and the ancestor of nearly all all Uie delicate dleestlre pinlsm in perfect condition. Try them. 25 cents. tucky, nearing completion at Newport the Gentrys in that Stac, "was Reaben Prepared only bjr C 1. Hoed & Co., Lowell, Macs. News, is meeting with hearty support E Gentrv, a son of the revolutionary According to conn etiquette tho all over the State and confidence is soldier. Reuben went from Richmond, prisoner always comes before tho warm pcrpounl expressed that theSlO,O0OwiU be raised. Ky., in 1809. He wa3 a Judgo. Everybody is urged to subscribe some- friend of Daniel Boone, and after tho ofllce door A thing, no matter if it is a very small latter had returned fiom his memor- sayg:card on the outside of Be back in lunch. "Gono able trip to tho territory that is now teli minutes." toAnd, the man will be One make or Jf tano may have one, another two, another uute sum. . .. r .1 reports of tho there on time. That is, for some days, oi xnesc proper l: At tho store of C. F. Crower & Co.j Missouri, he gave such many weeks or even months, he will. Then LexingtoD, a registration book for offer- wonderful land of the west thit Among he will be at headache a turn of Sfcr. toward tho service will be opened. Kentuckiana emigrated there. ings Gentry, who cholera morbus, or maybe he'll eay he Tiiis popular firm has been requested these was Reuben E. and feh h o had aiump in his stomach to do this by the State Secretary and settled near Boone's Lick, Howard miseiablo to move. Tho lump two or llirea tinuut.uty has kindly agreed to furnish tho book county.'" lunches condoned. fur ilu enrollment of names and to Tho man who ''bolts" bis lu;.r.K$3 take care of all contributions until tho will find Dr. Pierce's Pleasant IV1I the best friend ha ever m'-- t fund closes. Tho smallest amounts Iiobert.i-Lam- d. At tho residence There is no causa-o- f hillousi be recehed as cheerfully as tho will " ll three miles east fefiivitinii. inilii'i'stio!!. ofTtev. largest. When tho fund is closed the Tuesday, pSr. Silas I. any of tha rostof Richmond., names of the various contributors will of ing brood, that these little "Pellets B. Lamb. will not cure. They bare p;rm.meotl v without tho amounts Roberts and Miss Lile le published HMtH-a-;- i-l I ioMio- . Agttbfeittta-dltfcf- - e. k At tho county Send 21 cents i . to end your cash ail given. Woiid'a DiBnwt-v- Medical Awocia Mr. Hoden Keesrs. Jirowlir Co., who arc strictly clerks. officer Thursday Y.ssrlid lecelre J) as the Crompton and Mtes" MatilO,PrWiU," Pte48. ML JWee. 'CornnMMi tauU s in this nwdtr WteriTtf faBbiea. in Am farnitw. of KirkvMeeiUy UHWHr Uk aSiUaf-- i ' ' ?? . bfcr .?.,- ,"yV' e, wool-cardin- g s immense porkers weighing from 900 to 1,000 pounds each. The Anderson News says: "The leading swinebreeders not on ly of this State, but of tho United States, will have their herds on exhibition at the Lawrenceburg Fair. The display will be equal to any ever seen in this country, not excepting the World's Fair. Reuben Gentry will have thirty head on exhibition, including two males each weighing 800 pounds and four females averaging GOO pounds. Caldwell Norton, of Louisville, will bring his Edgewood herd of twenty-twJ. C. Logan, of Shelby ville, will have eight head of fine ones. Smith Harberson, of Shelby-villwill have a good herd. R. H. and W. F. Lillard, of this county, will have some ribbon-takerBesides the above named, which are mostly Berkshires, there will be some of the hest Poland-Chinherds in the country and a fancy herd of Victorias. E ery farmer in Anderson and adjoining counties should see this unparalleled exhibition of hogs." o. s. patterns to close at Sc per yard, former price We have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up between our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from Gic to Sc per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12i to 18c per yard. Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold in this sale at 8$c per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per s a rtx 1fV y We have recently added to our line of im) ported French Organdies about 300 new styles ( aud the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former price 25c to 35c. Come early to get choice. All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machincmade Torchou Laces, Hamburcs and ) Embroideries of all kinds, Paris Mulls, Swisses, White Organdies, India Linens, e.o in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. ( Prices on all other lines of goods we carry ) including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, No) etc., have been made so low in this tions, Shoes, sale that each and every item purchased will be ( a bargain You can't ro wrong here. ) ) ; ) 9 ) Remember, prices named oh our entire stock goods lor 10 uays during this sale will be CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all our stores. 01 ")$lfe (( 25 4) Now is the time to enlist as a customer-W- e are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to attend. ( We did not intend to hold this sale when we began giving tickets on our handsome ) ) Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them (m during this sale nevertheless. So come early and Very Respectfully. ) avoid the rush. 23-2- 0, p W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. yByC L 22-2- iwl ADVERTISE WITH US, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE." O -- MHHMHIIMIIIIMMIIHIIII9III09 m m a i--o. Everybody Knows . h, Our Great 56-2- Midsummer Wii Clearance Sale IS NOW GOING ON. rhisMsans a MM lo the Md Purckr, E Salt-Rheu- m W E SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIVcent on any article you may want. PER "To-nig- y, re-uni- Mil-wa- rd from $3.50 Ou'R Men's such as to $13.50 ; one we have been selling Suits SUITS from $5.00 to $1S.00. OUH YOUm MEN'S from $3.50 to $7.25 are such as we have been selling at $5.00 to $10.00. well-fille- d n. m Knee Pants Suits from 75 cents to $2.85, are such as wehave been selling for $1.00 to $4.00.. n. ooas Pills m Plairters at $1.50 to $3.40, are such as we have been selling from $2.00 to $4.50. to-da- y n at $1.00 to $3.75, are such as we have been selling at $1.50 to $5.00. at 35 cents QUALITY, RESOHAHCE, DEPTH, POWER. J"KFi Sd such as we have been sell ing at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. Our Hats H. - to $2.10 are MARRIED. Jac$ofct fSiano. v ISf" These are prices that you can't afford to over-lp- o Xht a Clearance Sale means wljen you intend buying, and everybody Iraows at .v "henrl-buni.'j rhiinlaht-innrebH.t- by-m- CKOMrTON-PKBwrr- T. - J, STRENG, 1M vNOMTf Uoni-Bel- flrst-clae- peepooi'--jwe1- 1 te&xi- - ,mf lt NO j ;t- - MMNFf IM OMCfylLM I! wwMffi -- II- , IMHW3WWPKW rJr- J- iBbiBjjjMjtj)fft40fl9Arifc)llllfliflHI J?3y V" bl9bl9bl9bl9bl9bl9blH " ' ' ' ' . FJeJ Print TO NEW YORK. ' ' i : jcr ' AFTER THE BATTLE-- Fru'slofl Si iln EO ct May Muli Ifcj. 1, 1S3S . AAAAAAJb DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. it I Lve Frankfort Hlkfeom &VJ3nir l- nrs. - B.iiACKi.ET.1 ht Icannot sleep head, I turn iu vain In my Are You ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Kemedy, 1 EAST BOUND. bed For a careless step sounds in tho room over Broken by frequent pause and an anguished moan Just one of these mothers, agonized, alone. Whether killed, wounded or missing, naught is known Of her boy as yet "tie truth God knows Arc your checks hollow and your lips white? Is your appetite Quicker Time Via Pennsylvania Lines. Srier. Stamping DavaBs Pale 0 4 & Ml Ground . I.ve (leerjretown. Georgetown- -. ... a Arr SwtBwn " flfctitreville Bluabath Paris- - h 7" 4 ..... 8 8 - ? 2H 4(1 4 5S 5 10 '"Lmi WEST BOUND. Lvc Parf. Arr BSsafeeth .. Centreline m. 3ti 8 32 9 3K 9 48 .10 0C 10 40 IrWfiOT' ' ' . alone;. But his company was in the thick of thq fight And her step rings over the boards all night! The moonlightpales, the sunrise gleams on her window pans; I start from a waking doze the cricket THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF HGS 5; jjj Arr DavaAs. Statapinc Ground Switeer Htkhorn. Frankfort Geerseiewn Lv OwrpeWira 44 Newtown- - r. 11 10 .11 21 11 35 ... . 11 55 J0 5t C. D. BBECAW, Gcn'I OHO. B. HAETBE, Gen'l Sapt. Pass. AgenU Frankfort, Kentneky. 3 .55 -- o manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALironNiA Fio Svbup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califokxia. Fio Svbup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the Cali- not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is is duo husliei bis allnight strain; The sweet air trembles O, that cry above the muffled tread My God! my boy! Is my boy alive or dead? poor and your digestion weak? Is your flesh soft and have you lost in weight? These arc symptoms of anemia or poor blood. They are just as frequent in the summer as in "the winter. And you can be cured at one time just as well as another. 1 Buelden'& Arnica Salve. The Ifest Salve in tho world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Saltltheurn Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For salo by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to AV. G. White. lecl5 ly TOBACCO. Sooti's j. 4"lk ;" nr:1f nnW4" 4iv"44" . disturb the weakest stom -ll-- t Ui ci cou irver oil umn nypu- $ phosphites will certainly W m help you. Almost everyone i yt lt .J - 'I 4J s 3 GO o C. W 2g 5 a 2 r3 3 1 I I ? c 3 . - -2 ? . H o O -- : cc-occ-tr oo '. Q a. cal profession, and the .satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far ia advance of ail other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of fornia Fio Siiiup Co. with the medi- ach. It changes the ligbt color of poo? blood to a healthy and rich red. It nourishes the brain ; gives It brings power to the nerves. back your old weight and strength. K St All Drurciitj. SOc. and SI. Scott & Bowkk. ChemUU, New York. ..a- Arabian Legend About The Origin Weed. of The Sir NEW YORK JFASHI0NS. G c2o2oeo 2 :.. r the Company .. M P. 2 I 3 -- C5 5 ca o a ir. o a, fat- p - St k5 Woo 55ccn Time f Trains at Winchester, Ky. WSST BOUND. ML SterliBc; and Lexington Aocom ISaxtera Bxprees for Louisville Kew York 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 69 pm .. 4 50 pm . . Xorotcad sad United Aocom. F. F. V E.VST BOUND. LcsucioB ami Morehcsd Acoora.. New York Limited K. F. V. ML Sterling Aoeom LexiBtefi Wad-Jagto- a ad Bgpress .. 9 15 55 . . C 39 9 28 Jl am am pm pm JiincHt For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD . A gent Ii:.'.Ky., call OB or write or GEORGE W. BARNEY. V . A. C. & O. Accommodation trains run daily except San- t. Other trains ran doilv. Through sieepini; and dining car service to EichmoaJ, Ey. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. EASIER The present schednle of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has inadeit "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas. Texas. Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Yestibulcd "Limited." is equipped males it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned pi MB. . . . . PuHoiaa Tourist Car for California, LoaisviUe every Le Memphis Friday. Thursday Arr Arr New Orleans Friday Lve NewOrleans Friday Arr Houston Saturday Arr San Antoio Saturday . Arr Slftaeo Sunday Arr Loa Angeles Monday . Air San Francisco Tuesday . "ftu k Tte Trtf Wafer territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Iteclhiisg Chair Cars and Vestibailed trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly 9 25pm 18am 7 4Spm 8 20pm 45am 4 I6pm 3 4Spsi .. . .5 lepm 9 'Jrtfvm JM U Mtm. Parties tiesiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com-- 1 nirte with R. H. Fotrler, Traveling 1'assen-ge- r AgeaL Lottiville. Xy. "Wm. Auob9 Keixond, A G. P. A., A.K. Hjisso.v. Q F. A.. Chicago, 111. Lonisville, Ky. decS9-ly R. N. I. & E, R. R. Trae Tabk; No. 33 Takinc Effect Moa day. May 2, 1S03. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Versailles Xfohsfctsville Valley View.. A. M. M . . BiBT BOCXD. 1st Class. Ko. i XO. 3 2d Class. NoTl S 38 6 48 8 20 8 50 9 15 laehmond. XJi4Ml JCBHen .. P. M. 12 IS 1 11 at 11 41 11 M tt 111! P.M. EH 7 SS 8 09 A.M. . 8 18 8 30 .. Xafcerwy.. InhK Xraeed PWMta- - M i: 90 1 1 SS e 18 00 10 OS 10 23 lf 40 35 . li ... wbst seem. Irvtse lHnl BtagsOld. . . No. 8 No. 10 Sx SenJBx Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 4 I "No. 2yNe. A. M. ... P. M. 2f 2 2 2S 2 30 44 16 P. M. A. M li K 1 05 1 Mstoerley UatOB MlUMn 20 Mehmnnrt. Valley View Nicholasville Versailles ... ... 6 OS 6 20 6 St C W 7 50 A." 3 2 47 3 30 3 45 4 10 S 0 1 45 2 15 3 03 3 25 4 ... J) 10 C si. p.m. pTm. P. JL All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louixville. AU trains connect with C. N. O. &T.P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent, gfe h . SOUTHERN RfllLWflY. ON KENTUCKY.) Echedale In efTeet Slay 1. 1808. Lv Loitgville ...... At Skolbyvllle RABTPOUKn. I At LaTeneeb"!?. Ar Versailles ...... r Lcoctegton WKSTBOOXD. . No. 1. No. 6. No. a. 7.4opia .09am 5.S3pm 8.07pia S.EJam. 6.3Cpm CSOpra. laiiSami 6.52pm 10.00pm. I iafiasi; No.C 7.2Upm No. 2. lqgpm No. 4. Lv Iexiiifioa Ax Versailles. Ar La'raaeeto'sc- .At StMtbrrilte- Ar LocHvllle 7.14am; 4.40pm E.05aia rr.M 8.18am, S.o:pra t; ...... k &3oatn 5.30pm -- J4i ILSTam KLFiaini 7.tOpza tlfrpci t23tta Train No. 1, 5, 1 and 6 carry. Free Obscrva tlM CSmtr Cars. XutSTBOCa N. U.pfo. 11.7 AJtOBl-WESTBOUXD. PTATICSS. tl .'.un'Iv Lout-rAr IarccbrcAr. SSpm fi.25airt 7pro.Ki.4a;Ar IIcrodbKAr 4.4inm 7.5am Ilurgln. Lvl 4jpnil TJSpint am iNe, liiNo. H. Ar ?.v)pm 10.Vu)i SA-Vi- l.a.imlAr . 7Jam EASTHOUSII. WXSTDOCKD. BTATIONS. Na AMtpml 7.ain Lr Ioulsvll ;Na H. '4Na 63. Ar lLU.aiii. 70pm 8.03cm! 4.15pm 7.45amj IWpic 7.15ami 3.0j,m WESTBOUKa" 2. " tii'pia',0 !6am' Ar Verslles Ar, 7.Hpm':i.nacvAr Midway Ar 7.titm itXam.Ar Georgtn Lti KASTBOtrctlJ. NCl Afi 7.fiam' Afi OSfarn1 4.1pm lliGrtpai B.3upm;Ar IUcnmnd Lvi 6.(ami il"-p12.00pm UrifKn! .JAr Irvine Lvl STATIONS. L.T Loalsvilte. l(iami 75pm'Ar VomLles &aiimlL.v Nlohlvill mtiimi Na l.o. i.i 8TAT10SS. AtliafSam'CitNa 4J&mnO,v LoaUvil 7Jnut Car to U.nmnsham. Meridian and New olo makes closo connection at Chatta-u-.o- ia lor Atlanta. Macon, Jacksonville and Drjuawlcfc. No. Scarries Pullman Sleepr Louisville to raattanoosa and Hirmlnubum, also Xiexlns-tt-a to JacluoaTllle vta IiolSprinps. Ashevllie. rad Pul'iTr.im Union Sleeper Leilcgtoa to New Ar Lcjcinum iu.jam;ia3&pm 8.1ipm 7.4rnt Ar Ksorviile 6.IUUI3 Ar Artwrflle Artiarannab Lnum Ar .laktonvllle ft lam 7.9'ipmj aiOuia Ar tJiaunnooga .... Ar Atlanta Ar Maoon tioia! Ar Jacksonville 1.V ifcsuanja . ... 7.40pm' &S5am.j 1I .l..mlf, ,1.. 'l Ar IttnulncTiiai .... Ar lierldian ISiam.iaiOaci Ar New Orleans.... Ka 1 carries Fres Chair car Ivoulsvllle to Leriavicm, there eonnectiar with Solid Vesti-Vu- lc Train carrying through Pullman Slpep-ia- t; 7.4uam 7.15p5 j3 silk, with white chiffon yoke. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. A rather fetching French fashion is BAN FRANCISCO. Cat. to have black satin collar and belt with new yohk. n.t- Louisville, k. n flowered oigandie gown. Jan5-l- y A very neat bathing suit is of blue alpaca with vest and collar of white pique further ornamented with blue braid. 1 Many mountain costumes have short g jackets, circular skirts and the skirt sometimes being made of reversible material in plaid or checks. FOR'. In lieu of the sash, many waists have merely a belt and bow of ribbon at the side, iu front, or right in back. axvA. 3VccActA btvs.. All thin materials aro particularly appropriate for the blouse waist which Four of the best Fire Insurance Comprevails so extensively this summer. panies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. Ladies whose babies have protruding ears should write to Best & Co., enclosIn the Prudental, you are offered the ing four cents in stamps for their big best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident catalogue, wherein they will find, Insurance we again give the best We among many other good and beautiwill not transact business with irresponsible companies. ful things, an illustration and descrip26 Second Street, tion of a pretty little device for correctUpStairs. ing this defect. The popular neck bank is of moire, soft satin or fancy ribbon, finished tiny loops at the back. Sometimes one ao-or two rows of narrow black velvet ribbon, sown on the edgo of the collar WALL PAPER GOES UP. imparts a dressy atmosphere. Some organdie gowns have sailor coladPrices of wall paper have been vanced as the result of an arrangement lars of tuched musliu edged with rows The Xew Acetylene Gas Bicycle Lamp. lace (Valenciennes) entered into between tho .National Wall of luors i Paper Company and other manufac or edged with cream guipure applique turers. Representatives of Chicago lace. SOOT, The sash proper hits a distinctive houses agree that there has been no O SmUnt, and charming style of its own. consolidation of stock, and that the k .31. tl.-''uftWssaaasM .. utittst deal between the National and the When you call for DfAVitt's Witch M. tt,Zr?Vrf2s--- ' :i:ra manufacturers who kept outside of the Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't IlCr UAflfcLH - I fold for a number of years is nothin accept anything else. I)ou't be talked 511! more or less than a simple agreement into accepting a substitute for piles, rx&?Sis.C ZZZS iL as to prices. The National Company-wa- for sores, for burns. Douglas & 'Wells. .rA orginized in 1892 with a capital Last year the farmers partially stock of S3S,000,000, and it was expect It can't jar or blow ed at the time of its formation that it "cornered" the wheat crop, and the out lite an Oil Lamp. would be able to practically control price steadily advanced from sixty ABSOLUTELY the market. But the small outside cents at threshing time to something Lieht cot! of a an hour. Throws d over a dollar by spring, says the HO t n.!i"aJ. Send manufacturers began at once to inal a i!car. mic for circular an leij-i-i a!ut Co . . . . Mirror. If the comer could be trouble, and the result has been that Greatest Bicy.Ic Luap of the Tear for a number of years the National made more complete this year, notwithFrom your cleder C , nr, has not been able to declare a divi- standing the reported heavy yield, the or ter.z prcpaiu fo - v'r-'v- . dend. The fight has been a bitter one, price would have to advance. The BADOSB B3ASS 55?Q. and has resulted in the thorough de- market price this year is only a little tr.-0"IJ4 '".?x moralization of wall paper prices. It higher than it was at threshing time is believed that the agreement which hist year. There is a large crop on has been reached after many months baud, and the wisest are debating of effort will place tho business upon a whether to sell at once or take tho risk Deadacho bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. basis that will again guarantee a fair of a fall in price. It is quite certain that if the immense crop is sold at profit for the manufacturer. once the market will be glutted, and PESSIMIST AND OPTIMIST. every one knowus the effect on prices of an over supplied demand. The man who sees what is goin on A stubborn cough or tickling in the before the eyes and tells the truth about it is called a pessimist; the man throat yields to One Minutes Cough who does not eee what is going on Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the around him, or chooses to ignore the right spot, reliable and just what is truth, and whoops it up for everything wanted. It acts at once. Douglas it in sight and says it is all right, jrrcat Wells. A COOK BOOK FREE. The undersifrned has a farm of 200 acres, as a and glorious, is called an optimist; the whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at man who sees and knows ol the abuses private sale; situated at that exist in government and tries to "Table and Kitchen" is ihe title of a them is an an aid in book the Price STATION, archist,correcting man who called to cov new cook Powderpublished by Chicago. and the seeks Baking Company, on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa- er up or ignore every crime committed Just at this time it will bo sent free if tered. There Is no better land in Madison against humanity in the name of govyou write a postal mentioning tho county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by ernment is called a patriot and a states- Climax. This book has been tried by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, man. We seem to have reached the ourselves and is one of the very best of etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post stage of. national development where its kind. Behides containing over 400 Office, ten miles from Richmond. every man's measure is taken by the receipts for all kinds of pastry and TEEMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit, purchaser. For particulars,-addres- size of his bank account, aud legisla- home cookery, there are many hint3 tion is so framed and the laws are so for the table and kitchen, showing how Geo. D. "White, administered as to take from those to set a table, how to enter the dinning who have but little and give to these room, etc.; a hundred and one hints feb3-t- f White's Station, Ky. who have much. By the time we get in every branch of the culinary art. DR. CALDWELL'S through freeing Cuba wo will have to Cookery of the very finest and richest free ourselves. Midway Clipper. as well as of the most economical aud t? CURES INDIGESTION. home like, is provided for. Remember When the gamblers get all the "Table and Kitchen" will be sent, sell our v; AVTnD AOHNTS to Uajrcairo Printing wheat, it will go back to $1 nd then postage prepaid, to auy lady sending S'rcssos. iilcanizcrs. and Kcv the little Republican sheets will howl her address (name, town and State) iert.s ftoncrs. &c. J. F. W. DOKMAN CO., about how her tariff makes $1 wheat, and plainly given a copy in German or -- i ll"ayct';StEalto,M(l.CataloBnefrcc. the cause of hard times is that the Scandinavian will bo sent if desired. fanner has no wheat to sell. Meado Postal card is as good as letter. AdCo. Messenger. dress Trice Baking Powder Co., ChiIf the vrheal growers of Kentucky cago, 111. will but stick to their resolution' not to You invite disappointment when you S! $3 dispose of their wheat at present prices experiment. DeWitt's Little Early & ? they will surely get more. Just a little IJisers aro pleasant, easy, thorough littfl TiiB Leading Specialists of America backbone here means money in pocket. tle pills. They cure constipation and 20 YEARS IH OHIO. fA sick headache just a3 sure as you take 250,000 Cured. m them. Douglas & Wells. When hostilities were declared bo HWECURESTRICTURE tween this country and Spain wc were tH - T!iaaEanl4l of , v.ict . nml - . . . ffcHxruTrmca T7iiiiuu ciseafe manv ej i nervious about our fleets, . says the .Sniieoascioutly. They may have a smart- Wi ig sensation, rmall. tivisimc ttrcatn. Meade county Messenger. Wo knew SrS cuttii.'C rains at times, flight dis- - B what our land forces could do, but wo Pfl chargp, difficulty in commencing, weak 't tiA otsue, cni!sion, end all the symptoms realized that we were weak In our of nerrons debility they have SXK1C-X(M TCK1. ilna'tlttdoctorscxpcrimcnton naval equipment. But the splendid Si ?on. by catting, ttretchins, or tearing achievements of Dewey at Manila, tarn. Our hCW ilEl'HOD THHAT- 7,000 miles from home; the remarkable IS UBNT absorbs tho etricturo tissue; PI Uj bene 3 voyage of 13,000 miles by the Oregon, jJ It can never re tnrn. .No pain, no suffer- - W stopping only iour timea for coal on jA metioil. The sexual onrant are Etrencth- her lung trip; the heroism of Bagley !7i cced. The ncrres aro isrieorated. and biirs or mancooa returns. at Cardenas, reinforced by the matchless courage of the eight American seaPleasant Dreams. S Thousands of voimc and It does not lie in the painter's fancy to men led by llobson aud tho brilliant men aro nance tneir sexual vigor ana imagine a prettier picture than that of a capture and destuction of Cervere's vita!it7 continuallr taiDcd by this dis- younjr girl, with lips luscious with the fleet CL3C They aro frequently unconscious which Isavo added the names of promise of love, half parted in the smiles otwocauseotlncso symptoms. Ucneral of happy dreamland. The mind of happy Sampson, Schley, Evans, YYainrightj Woafcncss, unnatural lischarges. Failmaidenhood is a clear and polished mirror, and ing Manhood. Nervousness. Poor lem- their brave men to the list of which, when the wits go.wandering into the orr, lrritahilityat timei KtaartingBen- souon. cunKen iyes. nun uarK circles. ghostland of dreams, reflects the. impres- heroes and with' tho striking fact that Weak Back. General Jlenression. Iiclr sions of waking impresof Ambition. Varicocele. Shrunken ?? sions are pleasant hours. If those happy; all this has been dune with little dam-ag- o and painless and Parts etc ULKET and STMCTUKE to our ships and small loss-l- their she will smile in her sleep. If the impresmarbethecauHS. Don't consult family sions are those of a suffering- woman, tor- crewB litis reversed our opinion of cur doctors, as they haro no experience in tured with the special ailments to which tnese special aiscascs Uon t allow (jcaeks to experiment on yon. the feminine organism is liable, the picture: navy. The noblebattleships and brave who hare made a lif o study of." is spoiled by the lines of suffering and de- men Avho manned ' them have justly I ?3 Iisea!of2Ien and Women. OnrNKlV" spondency. Maladies of this nature unfit a AIETUOU TUEATAIENT will roei- woman for joyous maidenhood4jmd' for ca- gained the plaudits of the nation. The you. One thousand dollars pable motherhood. her nations of the old world are becoming f ora case we accept for treatment and to bear the burdens of life in any sphere, cannot cure Terms moderate fora core. the American of action. Household, marital and social alive to the t. duties alike are a burden' ttf the woman who navy is a thing CURES GUARANTEED but 33 constantly sunerjng from, headaches avoided. Our saifor boys aro gaining We treat and euro: OMISSIONS. bacfchesj dragging sensations and. weakV.AKIO30ELK. ening drains. Dr. Pierce's Favorite for Hue flag the respect of the world. STP.ICTUKK. IMPOTENCY. 8BCKET positively, potepletely, unfail-- , They are finest of. iJltAl.S. UHAAlX'UAli'JlIUltAKO. ihe 'wheat- and tngly cures troubles of" this Eti. KTDNEY and BLA DDEU Diseafs. It. CONSULTATION" imparts health, strength, vigor to the dis- a drtby of our highest odmiratibii. FBEE. BOOKS look I kmi jt2-l- y -- ITBURNSGAS? JjHESOLflR Tho following is the Arabian belief as to the origin of tobacco The Prophet Mohammed was taking a stroll in the countrv when lie saw a serpent, still and cold, lying on the ground, lie compassionately took it up and warmed it in his bosom. When the serpent had recovered it said "Dininc Prophet, listen. I am going to to bite thee." "Why, pray?" inquired Mohammed. 'JJecause thy race persecutes mine and tries to stamp it out." "But does not thy race, too, make perpetual war against mine." Was the Prophet's rejoinder. "Ilow coudst thou, besides, be so ungrateful, and so soon forget that I saved thy life?" "There is no such thing as gratitude upon this earth," replied the serpent, and if I were to spare thee either thou or another of thou race would kill me By Allah, I shall bite thee!" If thou hast sworn by Allah I will not cause thee to break thy vow," said the Prophet, holding his hand to the serpent's mouth. The serpent bit him, but ho sucked the wound with his lips and spat the venom on the ground. And on that very spot there sprang up a plant which men called A dainty waist Is of pink ed snug-fittin- cream-colore- d I J&??frf s n-i- .t May-fiel- 1 A jly6-C- m -- FARM- Under new schedule" the time to New York over Pennsylvania Lines has been Quickened. Train No. 20, the solid vestibule train which goes through without chan-for coach or slooping car pufsongfrs, now arrives Tiveutv-tliir- d Street Station, New York City, about one hour earlier than heietolore. Sleeping Car running from. Nashville to New Yoik on this train lea'esLoui.svillo 12:45 noon, Cincinnati 4:20 p. in. daily, arrives Twen Street Station, Now York, 2:35 p 111. The" time of train No, G Is tho best for Female Tronbks. Corrects all irTocnitfirtt)jlnFfmnloOre!ins. ShOUlQDe which leaves Cincinnati daily at 8;15 taken for Cbsnre of Lite and before krntaies uavo siuuu wo n. in. with sleeping car running to New" PUnters "0U. Time years. test for twenty York without change has also been Made only by New Srencer Medicine Co., Chat- lanougiL, 1 cnueaacu, shoittfiied. Forspecial information ad dress Gex E. Rockwell., a. G. P. Perry & Thomas, druggistfl, successors to VT. Agt., Cincinnati, Ohio. lec8-lQ. White. A special from Harrodsburg of July Fell to llenth. 22, says: Bakbouksvimj Ky., Aug1. 8. Claude A few weeks ago Richard Votaw B. Clarke, a brakeman on the Louisbroke up a protracted meeting at ville and Nashville road, fell from a Cornishville, this county, by shooting freight train hens and was killed, lie into the audience and killing two men was married and had one child. and wounding two young women. The Got tho Contract. officers pursued Votaw and killed him 8. The Aug. Lexixgtox, Ky., This it was thought would break up Co., of Cincinnati, at church in that sec- Triumph Electric tho disturbances the contract of putting tion, but last night another meeting was awarded in a lighting plant at the Eastern Kenwas broken up three miles from Corntucky insane asylum. ishville, at Mt. Freedom. To Select a Site fora Kefurm School. Five buggies and harness were comLuxixgtox, Ky., Aug. 8. The state pletely destroyed during the service, the minister's buggy being one of tho reform school committee will hold a number. Tho tops wore taken ofi" near- meeting here Tuesday to select a site ly every vehicle there, and when the in Lexington for the school. crowd started home they had all kinds Hooaevelt-AlfjControversy. of trouble. Young men and and their AVASiirxcTox, Aug. 8. The unpleassweethearts, when the wheels came off ant controversy between Secretary Altheir buggies, tumbled into tho road, ger and CoL Koosevelt is expected to women fainted, horses ran and men develop in a public scandal. CoL were too badly alarmed to render as- Roosevelt is a most pugnacious gentlesistance. man, who is always happiest when ho The officers are after the suspected is embroiled in a newspaper "row." perpetrators. It is assumed that as soon as gets rough his riders he A. foreign steamship company has to Montauk Point, he will resign from offered to transport the 23,000 Spanish the army and plunge immediately infight with Air. Alger. soldiers surrendered at Santiago back to a red-hto Spain for the sum of $35 per head, or There is no doubt that Mr. Koosevelt 775,000 for the entire lot. Your kept his eyes wide open ever since he Uncle Samuel has no objection what- has been in tho army and that he will ever to being gouged by his home peo have some sensational disclosures to pie, but, inasmuch as this is a war for make. humanity entirely, and out of which Caralry anil .Artillery for l'orto Rico. the old gentleman does nQt make a NEWror.T Nr.ws, Va., Aug. 8. The red cent, lie will probably object to transport Manitoba, with Pennsylgoing so deep down in his flank for vania cavalry and artillery and United the outrageous sum asked by the for- States mail for Porto Rico, has sailed. eigner. Besides, he might keep them The remainder of Gun. Grant's expediat Santiago until that little job at San tion is still waiting for transports. Juan, is finish, and send them home On tho Way to Honolulu. in his own ships. Glasgow Times. Sax Francisco, Aug. 8. The transTho Atlanta Cinstitution welecotned port steamers Lakmo and Charles G. tho Confedarato Veterans Wednesday Nelson, bearing five companies of the with a mammoth fifty-si- x page edition, 1st New York volunteers and the Cd United States volunteer engineers, adorn with ono hundred and fifty great leaders of sailed for Ilonolulu Saturday. cuts of the Very Old ltank Notes. the Lost Cause, the beautiful young P.icmioxD, Ind., Aug. C. E O. Dunlady sponsorsof the various State Camps, scenes of great battles, etc., besides ham, of this city, has a large and valuhundreds of columns of history, poetry, able collection of relics. One of them music and songs pertaining to the is an old bank note of 1780, good for Spanish milled dollars, and another great stugglo between the States- The 25 a is bill issued by a Urookville (Ind.) Constitution did itself proud, and once bank in 1818. more demonstrated a fact that has not Cupt. Clark Ordered Home. been disputed for twenty years that Washington, Aug. C Capt Charles the greatest newspaper in tho it is E. Clark, commander of the Oregon,, South. has been condemned by a medical survey at Santiago and will be sent home Eicappil Convict Sliot by a Guard. FitAXiiFonT, Ky., Aug. 8. Louis from Guantanamo at once. Rector, a Laurel county convict, was shot by Guard Gum while a. tempt0IHAHA EXPOSITION ing to escape Saturday morning. June 1st to October .3 1st Rector was ordered us at 3 o'clock--) to assist the kitchen crew, and nttempted to escape by climbing a T11K GRANDEST EXPOSITION back walk Rector is a desperate character, and had escapad from Eddyville, (except World's Fair) ever planned but was captured. It is believed he in the United States. Located within will recovec cheap and quick access of the entire Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at Cloudhurst Near I'lnevllle. your own doors. Through tickets bePixkvii.i.k, Ky., Aug. 8. On Straight creek Sunday afternoon rain fell in yond Omaha allow stop overs. Resuch quantities that in less than one duced excursion rates to Omaha. Take hour the creek and brooks were out of the Burlington Route the old and their banks. The farms of that region firmly established line to and through were greatly damaged by their fencing Omaha in any direction. and crops washed away and in a Howard Elliott. L. W. Wakeley Gen. Manager. few instances some cattle in pastures Gen. Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. were drowned. The extent of the damage is not vet known. ty-thiChtld-Blrtyr .1. fn- - , J.a jIiW 0 fekk QJ CACSp iL. i -- lm I f i i 25c. vk. rnirr niTWiiHTn or Hv. 'WHy.AnOVIMlgliapl aKBr uuuioi. HIHUIU" pyL;&.rJrflV7Er3L3liEraH.A,kAA -S3JW4M3Ml-iaiMb EMMI scpts-i-y 50c. L. . . i , BB Tf A U Ill IIS P , ' a- ' b osesseesooassoeeesaesscoeescasecaoeoesasa e, e .. $ ?. Oo. - This is the grateful expression of the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled by ice made from GO CO C30.. CSa.. C- pure distilled water by the Richmond Ice Facto- X go.CCo) ee. BOit.. e 891 OS- a er jjggr'.Free delivery, in any quantit', and on short e.. - notice. eV. wo w ." -- t 1 TC o JH. i 1 nntIVWB - ALL i - -- . r-- .. 9 , :.:,. ' s Bo yon need a A Harrow. A t AKMJbK 5 psa -- : : : r?. Tra nr ," s- - r-- i " 8 -- t S -5- 1 9 Piow,f 1 a I 1 C.nrn Plantar A Wagon, or other r a.ra flfl m 1 fifflfiB 5 n 5S.1 flSSeSli tiil 3151138 1 ef . ----- Jl 44 ) tj 8 ' 1 We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows. n'l Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. st and Tinware. Tin Rootle? and Guttering a Specialty. E & -- David MANAGER. S evis V a! AaaflaflAfjiAaaattttll A.K.AKA.KA.tk.KJkKKKSKKKKKtkK VW9V9W9WWVWVWWWWtawwMVwwTwwwwM''v ea9cee3Qoeseaos9ooe8see9C98ceeaeseB m FAYLOR Bros. 4 .:;; ' ;.; w . .9 33 M 1 d. st ' Sz T.. SKAKKKKK A at a t: ;33txac;-mZ- a i X a ot Read This We Doitfi i I have rented for 1S9S the several honses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my odce over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARKISn, Attorney and Agent. Jan2C-t- f GEO. ! It t 1 1 Know summer. Thm&h y I I Ktf O I e x H I About the color of footwear for next '! Jt I U W. Ill LEY double-- Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbvville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased c box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. X. Middelton, druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Of 0 . Therefore we propose to sell every nair of our present stock at once regardless of cost. We Avill not cany over a pair and the price we are making- on them will J I M U M 1 M I I I I :t 1 m column Yours very truly, Geo. W. Rilev. accomplish the object. It Avill pay Tl you to call at once ana maRe your selections. H TT i r 2 . v M M k t - jYRUP PEFS! 'CURES CONSTIPATION. tbia to patent? Protect Tour Ideas: thT may brine you wealth, CO Patent AttorWrite JOHN VS'KDDEKBUEN neys. Washington, D. C. for their 1.90 prize offer and list ot two hundred larcntlons wanted. DR. CALDWELL'S Wanted An Idea Who can think of some Btmpla ; m f Phone, No. 21. Freeman I IL. hzr'inQ e & J?KJ JglTgZ !! ts ii i First Stiikkt. csi&iis tfaEac'JttJK "jarZ; iTmlw e Southern i ital Iretail Company, r sy&t Of Lexington, Kentucky. Anyone sending a sketch and description ma7 qnlckly ascertain our opinion freo whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communications atrlctlyconQdential. llandbookon 1'atects ecnt tree. Oldest asrency lor securing- patcnu. Patents taien tnroaeh Mann A Co. recelvo tpectai notice, without charge. In tho Ff, Trade Marks Designs - Copyrights &c Safest Investmen largest Profits. 3" Scientific flniericaH. A handsomely IUn.trated weekly. of any scientific Journal. Terais, 3 a year: four months, tL Sold by all newsdealer. OVER 5104,000 PAID IN KATDRITIES. OVER 539,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. frlUNN&Co.3S1Broa Branch Office, (25 F 2-- New York D. U St, Washington, bv-in-g . The Following Coupons Matured July, J O ? j ' Bef .No. Con. No. 3332 ( Xams ... .. Addres3. 1S93: 09t. Pail- 71 WHITE'S Well Known Slan Stricken. SiiKiJivviLLn." Ky., Aug. 8. .lames V. Boyd; senior member of the firm of Uoyd it Sons, widely known as a fine horseman, was stricken with paralysis at his home in this county, and, owing to his advanced age, nearly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. ' E. 115. CUE, Frts&it, Itriagton, Ey. ECONOMIST RANGES 1 1227 :: 505t o3'1 6219 5103.. .;. Geo D .. Geo D Robertson, ueou KoBcrtson, Hobertson, . . Lexington, Ky. seventy years, bis recovery is not probable. linker Gets Life. IJAnBoimsviLLE, Ky., Aug. a The jury in the Baker case, for the murder LITERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition for Literary and Bible Course $22 a year. Moro than twenty teachers. $10,000 fryinnasium. Thousands of successful alumni. Social aud moral vrelfaro of students receive special attention. Open to both sexes. For catalogues address the President. jly27-t- f m figfJZ&'T-lJm H U- -l HSO 325 -' ' r .. & i21i K v- Y3UUSsSfc'.-s- ."5 " T iL 6 1500 J532 - 5153 5572. ceeo. 548i 6655. . 575.. y AT sss-riE- one-thi- rd S9 Ll :l tq W i " 5 4 t2 Syrup peps. of Sheriff Will White, gave in a verdict of life imprisonment A new trial will be asked for by the lawyers ior the defense. They claim good grounds for a new trial. St:lbrd a Dozen T.nirs. IICPKIXSVII.I.E, K3-., SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. - Miles Aug. McKnight and Thomas Quarles qnar- 8.- reled wuuu at Bennettstown, in this county, me lormer staooeu vuanes a dozen times. Several wounds are in his head and breast and aro thought to be fatal. I. our. Salter Resigns. Laxcasteh, Kj-.- , Aug. a Lieut-Mik- Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found m the city are dispensed by and aeeommo- up-to-da- te datmor filerirs. Saratoga Genuine e Water Kept on Tap. wiiiiff. uutcermg SS and General 6i Job Work. 6222 Jgsj 6103 iJljMi si&y . ifti&i ftpteM raefi&SiSS'M T ' 5652 iS fa BEDS ia HSRrt. sua m. CwU; smi Salter has resigned his position as quartermaster of the 1st Kentucky regiment, euecuve August 1, ana is home on a 20 days' furlough. !M.MOMeecx!y jnoneo. 7?rnT77irr7rn M bewnasM ttv " um.Muu : , uab, ,a a a. . to uu SS can 6307 6895 , 50Jt tympatfcetic 6u$&mg$. 6971 ji!0BSnK3Um!LIHV!mi.tPajBk (T firnr ml II I i ii I.H.H illillHi Mi ") ig" 1 7t?t TnMdlrt-ni- d -- -- -- T . rJ ma 5?jJW 8 . feS-S- L I mM&SUSS3iamgM - Hi 111 I 7321 tela ! -- ii it'JJtlt(;1fliKf rcjcvvcithostrietm-opermanentl- illMy S - m CURE SLEET mlddle-airc- fllli smffltiRS! ' ! 111- - 1 rl tci9 78u i . M 8315- - H iH BBHrTw The sTSspatlietic tsnderness of a loving iinsbasa is to an' tart'.ec- taut xaotlier, espcdaily during licr llrst orueai. tjeorge ixtjton, S.tn.t a prominent druggist of Dajtoa;0.; gives the evc-ythiu- tr ii iLevv r i-- 1 1 Tl x tc T-- Consnlt-fcueeialist- ill Ill JB ' ' i ,. 1 .o -. a IRl S ert.n-INI i OiiJ0 iSii VflSJiSfrJBSB , 121in -I- I via the Ousen K- & Crescent Koute from all.nolnts m. -- . south, to the S K - iaucs Fj.!r4-v-o j--.?-. S352 Rtsr 8333 sags' 8723- S 5 m - - B ExiJOsiticn. Omaha. June . tst. . 14-1- . " sa2 ssa S7?a - .Sandy Jactson. N Middleton, Ky. ... tsosi K Jonnson, .Baltimore, iia 6915 . Maggie D Burrier, Lexington. 7013 . DB Good. Lexington. 7053. Dr A P Taylor, Lexington ....Anna Schmidt. Louisville, Is.y .. Ky . Phil Harici. Nicholasville, . Frank Reenhart. Louisville . A Huzuely. Bnrgin. Ky. John 7378''!!.. ..C A Culver, Lonisville .. .Salhe Sanders. Louisville. . . ....,C L Spangler, Louisville,. ... C L Parker, Somerset, Ky.. ... .. a ji jonn scain, Islington , J 31 & John Skiln, Lexington. Miss Alice Adams. Louisville Amanda J Brittinghatn, Lexington- Mrs Hattie F Hecht. Louisville Huo M Gentry, Danville. Ky... .Thomas L Given, Flemingsanrg; Ky. Lafon Kiker, Harrodsburg, Ky. . WHFord, Lexington ".'.7..'... VHFord, Lexinsrton. W II Ford, Lexington..... Robert Wells, Georgetown, Ky . u. Norton, 1x1 qr ton. J S Chrisman. Danville James itavencratt, Lexington . . -- .Maggie Smitli, Lexington. EFUaines, Danville. D Purcell, Lexington Herald, Lexington The Murnine Miss Anna Knoble, Lexington. ...... Emil ilhanlt, Nicholasville, Ky. . .. J S Chrisman, Danville. ,W B Cassidy, Madlsonville, O . .W J Louehridee. Lcxinzton ,.E W LeCaln, Cincinnati, O Mary Atkins, Lexington.. ... O 3 Williams, Burgin. Ky. ... Victor S Leavel. Lancaster, Ky. Jxaio & urown, ixington.. . ... Kate 3 Brown, Lexington. . ..Kate S Brown. Lexington. '55:::-V S Bowman, Lexington-- . v.eiis. ueenretown. Ky .Ha ... T B Crutcher. Xicholasville. Ky .- Thos A Ballantyne, Cincinnati, O Tiios A Ballantyne. Cincinnati, u. ... .. ..BhookuniGulch Pool. Lexington. Shookdtn Gulch Pool. Lexington Shookma Gulch Pool. Lexington -.... hookua ticlch I'ool, Lexington 3hookum Gnlch 1'ocl. Lexincton ..w.. . Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. .. STLeaTei. Lancaster. Ky. John Walsh, Maysville, Ky r Hon w C P Breckinndza. Lexicaton 3john R Allen, Lexington .. ...Alice Is ass, Louisville : . ;. . John Klljevns, Georgetown, kv . .Mrs Mattio Henrey. Nicholasville. Ky ... a R O Morgan, Lexington. ;...w .F M Drake. Drand Kapids, Mich. 5311 5S30. 5118. 5932. 6023. 60S3 6162 6015 . 6203 6336 63S3. 6505. 6533 6663 6623 6790. SS39 Louis Samuels, Lexington, Ky eicn, .Mcnoiasvme, Ky.. BucknerMcElrov. Lexinzton. Kv. . .. Herman Littenhouse, Louisville, Ky. i.emtonjj, Loaisvine, Ky K Arnspiger. Lexington Ky .... Stevens & Marshall, Winchester, Ky.. K J Deitrich, Lonisville. Ky . John L Fischer, . Louisville, Ky. .. ....Forman &. Flood, Lexington, Ky. " " " " . SlrsAJTavlor. Geo D Robertson, W C Nichols, Louisville. Ky Talitha Heathman. Lexineton. Kv. Mrs S J Taylor, Miss Ellen O'day, " " .... .... ..f 39 .... .... Bt 79 7 . " (6 M 7 .. MM li ...a . 9M 38 . . haw .81 79 77 77 av u r t 77 . . . 9S 99 asm 32 S xm S 59 a . . Mrs S . ..u.. .wuu. buuunuc, nj Ky. Taylor. Lexincton. J . . ...J D Purcell, Lexington. ..Asa Dcdsre. Lexincton . . ...Francis A Powell, Lexington Chas F Steinwehr, Rockwood.Tenn Perry Crosthwaite, Lexington ..J M and John Staiu, Lexington .. Carrie Itapp. Louisville. Lillie B Young, Lexington, Hy E S Porter, Louisville, Ky bailie iiishop, Leesburg, Ky . s . 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U to 1150 -- 11 60 47 47 47 47 .,. 9r ;11.53 lI 50 C.2E.10iO. 22 - 80 10 IO . 17 tl 20 06 22 2T li 9 tO 8 50 mob 950 17 U 20 l V f Yu P 1 . I 7. - FOR FULLVINFORarATIQN - VDDRESS . 3" - Utrtly-cur- e ; act-that- - n6Uo.,-bo"disised- , f?YP!frT.fff-4ni.KK- Tr BLANK TKEATMBNT. QUESTTON FUKB. If Tinablo to calUHrrite-- or feTi: HOME , Orloao. t Dally except Susday. A, WTbkws.PTJL. S.Twirr.P.iT.A.. IouUvUle, If y, lilacton, Ky. F&t;K3tc.K,Sd V.P.G.L, 1.VL CetP.T. M 'afclgtoc,IJ..a Kennedy? Kermn 122 W. FOURTH STREET CIHCIHHATI.O. XX2S. trfa)ws,rj.c:w 'Wx.aTAT3XitAa.PA. -- "WftiWaeton. D.a Jyaie,X:i . - each;whedyUrtowUcMMl ZAK3 ; visimi.zm?m.3m , s vvs 5 - c't . .... tinctly womanly organs Jt fiisjfor care- -' r.'l.llt..lM.l.j..pi.t free, healthy maidenhoodr happy wifehood ror broken surfaces; .sores,, mecet, andjcapable motherhood! t "X have a JtMJe who had St. bites,- burns, sikin diseases 'and.especial-l- y "vltus's Dance., which' ironr tii"!.!ii iilqa. there, i& ou6 reiiablkrtnedy; .,i i .writes Mrs. . fpze, of Ford. Dinwiddie Co., ) Va. "I spcnt.aboui.twecty dollars for doctor DWjt' "Vitch lUzbi Salve.. Wiea. bills and medicine, asd it did not.do the child one cent's worth of good. ' We corn menced girtngj jyau cH Jor De Witt's igoMOfp inmost -- You jrtlI.Jnot, Medical jPkontnrlanA- - m3 AnrJmiln tJ IH er X.-F- ccuui- cnuauina, caaiisaures iirtroer clasticitj' io the emili aiid Eiusclea in volved, in the iiftal ernefil. , - following case : A pustoiKcr of nttne, whess vHic has uwd ftrar fctitlles of u Mather's Kriciid ""before tiys. after rcelnj the effects of ttie' remedy, that if hs had U go throu;h tic onlea. agaiti. and there trerc but Tour bottles onthe market, xtnd the, cost traj 1C0 " psr bottle, s'ac " vrcukl have them. "" Mother's Tricnd " is.a scientifically otapQanded liniment which alTonls car-- i tsuti reliuf iu the yanoa&ailinpcts prer International Meeting, Buffalo,, July. j tttTJ"V ' . 'Tl - A. J S jCoHclave, Indianapolis, August 22-2- 9. .SMFFEIOWMm Secretary. " .- ' n m '"-- i7Ai, AJKocKei:.Axru$.iM-.pruciHarsec wiin.-itwjnM- , MSS. A.?: MimOH; - Lal Ageit, RicHMOBi, s$c St. pwy " z. , dollar. KiBia, - . i3' , 'mii fii'3-- ' beVUAppbfo'.wtt&&WiaVimtdi - .njiijf. - &jj -- : '-! irjEjwwtftjW ? rni'matitd frc ba applkatioa. ,'''' tiu(tW) cb. receipt o: . :j-- wniw 5' sonoy . .. oe 58 n r : T :.. B m :..-aig!v 9 ' yT-- y HAftli riMt ft., niwwnfy.rtV7itl.ni r&ntmtsiA to .., - nrtii.i''riitrtat Oma" . . .,.iwirca ' ' .r v '". iW5P ape Director C14XAX, wecl;lv, ;s itixoroz ca. Auf.t, .? w , tr c ? & s. c':.., '" aLami lull inforautioa. !? R - ' m , U cJmiWeeai(l -. - VmummuaaaimaWHatmnmuammmimKMwmmamatimmmmaakTM.-'-':'43jcrfS(S?'';ii. &!!$Si . ar &r in. piipc In JtkbmoHl or in Madison ttw Ktfhft CougtMooal Dwtrir." n Tc Mtr MDr UuWmm $; - TdPiA4tr(f iifniini- .'lfaibmriMr'TEji iox&y crodit! -l with tb itUKCsi: ,UV.gJJr'Jl esyit r iXr J8V' ' Sr5 irV cJi!& i is - : ilSU'aJPL .. s - ? - ,:- tTTSfcjH' JJI . - :KES. i ssaSmKZ. smammw. hinw. .at r. -: :"' fmrtr - F - 1 -