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MILES' HEART CURE, by Borne r RICHMOND, A RIPH COUNTRY. of the Natural Resources of'the Troviiice of Santiago dc Cuba, ttntxr, Tains Sweet Fntatoei 11 ml Other Vegetables Grow Ererywhere With Ltttls Cnltlvntlon Forests of Valuable Hard Wood. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1898. Royal nakes the food pare, wholesome and delicious. County Cearl NUMBER 11. SPAIN SQUARING HERSFLF. QUIETLY ENDED. Spanish-America- Th" (iflTtnimtnt Tel s Hie l'rople In Kote That thr bpan sli Army Has Xot It-r- n t trnqii-rr1 o. rife- - $L, B. C. G. SHTJLTS, of 1711110:301, Iowa, Inventor and manufacturer of Saulta" Safety Whlfilctreo Coupling, rrltes of Dr. lUlcs' Heart Cere. "Tvro yeara ago an attack of LaGrippe left so with a ircak heart. I had run down In flesh to mcroEkln and hone. I could not deep lying down for smothering spells; froqtient sharp darting pains and palpitation caused & constant fear of sodden death, nothing conld Induce roe to remain away from homo otct night. My local 'physician prescribed Dr. IHles Heart Cure and In a few days I was abla to sleep well and the paln3 gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced the the doses, having gained fifteen pound?, and am now feeling better In every way than I .have for years. Dr. Miles' Bcniedies i . Ki 'T lS ' ..... w&sm . J!,rv clsta under a positive O.'"1"6! guarantee, first bottle fktesd. benefits or money re- - L Psstoreq funded. Book on flls- - & Mf rtt trt rifvirt. RTifl nerves free. Address, DE. MILES MEDICAL OO., Elkhart, Ind. l&v",vi,u Cksj Jl k..xjT'Jkj PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Arroai73T3. R. W. MILLER. Attorkkv-at-La- RICHMOND, - - KBXTUCKr. door niice in the Burnam Building, nextfe&J-l- y to Farmer's National Dank. J. O.lir--e sttXjZjXt-is- , AtTOKXEY-AT-LA- RICHMOND, o - - KENTUCKY. op- er Taylor's Hani ware store, posite Court House, on Main Street. II. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Flu nvoxn, Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. 31 30 J C. & U. M. OEENAULT, A TTORNEYS A T LA W, Kentucky. Richmond, -- Office on Second street, over Chen-atilt'- s grocery. PHTSICIAITS. DR. H. R. GTBSON, 111 VJ1C1A X AND SURGEON, KtiHMKND. - - Kentucky. Santiago, Atij. 1& The province of Santiago de Cuba, especially that part eaat of a line drawn between Sagua do Tanamo, San Luis and Santiago, is of vital interest to thousands in the United States. The natural resources of the country and its fertility, its products and its industries are of paramount importance. The richness of the soil here, as elsewhere in the island, entitles it to consideration from an agricultural standpoint. The raising of cane and the manufacture of sugaj" are the chief sources of wealth in the province. In the immediate neighborhood of Santiago are many sugar estates. Manzanillo, further westward on the south coast, boasts of many largo centrales," or central sugar estates, where the cane grown on neighboring field is brought and grown, so many cartloads of cane being delivered against so many pounds of manufactured sugar, the grinder, or owner, of the estate making his profit out of the Immense amount of cane brought him, of which he keeps a percentage or royalty, the "Colono," or small plantor, finding it to his advantage to have his cane ground on a royalty basis instead of laying out a large sum df money for machinery, etc, unwarranted by ths smnllness of his holding or cane crop. Quantan&mo, Santiago and are the threo important sugar shipping ports of eastern Cubx Next in importance, agriculturally, come the coffee and cocoa plantations, with which Santiago province is thickly covered. Coffee and cocoa plants ara generally grown on the same "fincas", or plantation, the frail coffee plant requiring for its growth the shade offered by the overtall and hanging cocoa tree. The coffee shrub yields its crop in November, but, as it is not regular and uniform, three harvests arc made annually, the first in November, the second in January and the third in March. Maizi', yams, sweet potatoes and other vegetables grow everywhere, with little care or supervision. In six months they bear. Coffee shrubs need the shade and these plants offer it. The result is that on most coffee plantations these vegetables are grown, which amply feed and sustain the planter, who after six months is on a b.isis, with a goodly coffee crop ahead .is clean profit. Tobacco is grown extensively at Pal in a Soriano, San Luis 1'aire, Jigu-an- y and Guica, most of which has hitherto been shipped to Germany, the balance to the Spanish regie. Guica produces the best leaf, although, of course, of an inferior grade as compared with Vuelta and 1'artidos toto-d- MAor.in, Aug. 1& he question of thn acceptance of the protocol having been finally sctlltd and its signature explicitly nnd definitely authorized, the goven ment is now considering the domestic situation for the best means of allaying the exc.tcment and propagating tho idea that painV surrender is not so complete as indicated by the bold terms of the proU col. As the first step in this direction a semiofficial note has been issued It is as follows: The government is of opinion that the most critical perio i of the peace negotiations has now arrived, as it depends upon the arrangement of details as to whether the peace ill be more or less advantageous. Spain wishes to preserve her sovereignty over the whole of the Philippines, to which she proposes to accord all political and administrative reforms consistent with the maintenance of her sovereignty. "In regard to the evacuation of Cuba and Porto Kico, it will be asked that the army be allowed to depart honorably and that assurance be given guaranteeing that Spanish and foreign interests will not suffer. The army which has not been conquered will return to Spain with its guns, arms and munitions. In regard to thu Cuban debt, as the United States refuses to assume it, Spain will cndiavor to arrange with the Cuban trtasury to pay it when the island is able. The question of a treaty of commerce will lead to considerable discussion and the matter will be submitted to a commission of diplomatists under the presidency of enor Catillo. The Liberal thinks the only bright feature of the peace treaty is the immediate susrei sion of hostilities, '"so that our unhappy soldiers will no longer have to die without knowing wherefore." Continuing, the Liberal congratulates the country upon the fact that the war is ended, though Spanish rule in America is completely terminated, "We reserve the right to criticise the protocol when freedom is restored to the press." In conclusion the Liberal says: "Those who pretend that the events of the last three years were simply accidents which do not affect Spanish history are deceiving themselves." A NAVAL n War, Which lulled for Months, a Tiling of the l'ast. The War nnd X.nr Drriarixnrnts Inittrnct Wiir lttitnil tlio Commandrrs Hat EiKl1'euce Comnils nurrs M ill lie Appolnlrtl In a IY-i-t Days. lj WASUIJtOTOX, Aug. dent has issued mation: in. The following proela- presi-th- e By the President ot tbe United States or America. A PROCTAMATIOS: ybcreas, Uy a protocol concluded and signed August 12, 1693, by William R. Day, secretary of state of tbe United States, and bis excellency, Jules Cambon, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the republic of France at Washington, respectively representing for this purpose the government of the United States and the government ot Spain, the United States and Spain have formally agreed upon the terms upon which negotiations for tbe establishment of peace between the two countries shall bo undertaken; and. Whereas, It is in said protocol agreed that upon its conclusion and signature hostilities between the two countries shall be suspended, and that notice to that effect shall be given as soon as possible by each government to the commanders of Its military and naval forces. Now, therefore, I, William MiKlnley, president of the United States, do in accordance with the stipulations of the protocol, declare bed proclaim on the part of the United States, a suspension of hostilities, and do hereby command that orders be immediately given through tho proper channels to the commanders of the military and ncial forces of the United States to abstain from all acts Inconsistent with this proclamation. In witness hereof 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be aflUcd. Done at tho City of Washington, this 18th doy of August. In the year of our Lord one thousand, right hundred and ninety-eigh- t, and of the Independence of the United Stales, the one hundred and twenty-third. William McKinlet. tbe I'rcRldenu William K Dat, Secretary of Slate. A copy of the proclamation has been cabled to our army and navy commanders. Spain will cable her commanders Hy lines simuur iu t:ic vrur 'icr.nrtuicnb order. At 12:30 o'clcck the French ambassador received a dispatch giving hira full authorization to sign the protocol. The dispatch was rather long and its deciphering took some time. An official statement for press publications sotting out the provisions of the peace protocol tns read and approved at th . cabiuet s ssiou Friday. It does not give the text of the document but details its main points and provisions. The rrotocol is a reiteration of the terms of thj note given to with wry li til difference in the language of thoe terms, though with considerable supplementary paragraphs of an administrative nature. The most substantial difference is in regard to the evacuation of captured territory. Th note handed to Ambassador Cambon calls for immediate evacuation of Cuba and Porto Rico, while the protocol leaves the time of evacuation to be subsequently determined upon, the design being to have the date of withdrawal left to ba fixed by joint military commission of the United States and Spain. The portion of the protocol supplementary to what is embodied in the note relates principally to the manner of execution of the provisions of the protocol. The protocol provides for two commissions, first, the peace commission, which will meet in Paris, and second, the military commission, which will meet in Havana probably within 15 days. The military commission will be created immediately on the signing of the protocol. Its duties will be of great importance. It will settle the details of the evacuation of the Spanish armies from the West Indies and will decide all questions relative to the removal of submarine mines, the immediate relinquishment to the United States of the great fortresses at Havana, San Juan and other points and the transfer of possession of Manila City itself. Bits. Fdris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette connty, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- VOLUNTEER WANTED! day. akP POWDER Absolutely Pure R0YU. BA'JNa rOWCtR CO., HEW YORK. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. H H Not for war, but to join our arm- - of customers. We are now offering many great bargains in Corsets, Black and Colored Dress Goods. tut. Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 7Jc cash; 8Jc in trade. WASH GOO at most attractive prices. Our line of Wash Goods is complete and LI VERY QUIET DAY. The White House and Army and Navy Assume Usual Sunday Quietude. The Most Serlon l'roblem Before the Peace Commit! Ion W1U Be the Phil- ippinesAdministration OIt-l- nc It Close Attention. Washington, Aug. 15. The white house, the war department and the navy department Sunday resumed their usual Sunday quietude, a condition which has not prevailed since the Maine was blown up in Havana harbor, February 15. Secrotary Alger was at the department a few minutes, and also went to the white house, but did not remain long. Gen. Corbin came to his office during the day and looked over his dispateb.es, but' did not remain constantly on duty as he has been doing. There were a few clerks about the departments, but scarcely a Sunday-passin peace times that this e does not happen. The busy attitude has entirely disappeared and Washington has settled down to a es war-lik- country, 8$15c. BEESWAX 2025c: "WOOL Clear grease wool, 1613c; hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE Country, 10c TIMOTHY SEED $1.50$1.60. CLOVER BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip50 65c; extra clean, 6075c; fancy clean, pure seed, Sl$1.35. BUTTER-Cho- ice SEED-2.75$3- .50. ped, In Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead the town So when you visit the City don't fail to enroll your name on our roster to fight high prices and cheap material. Remember vre will protect you in every purchase, large or small. NEW POTATOES-507- 5c; BACON 8J10c. HAMS 10 lie LARD-78- Kc. MILLET $1 .00S1.25. White - & - Gibson. hold- Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates for ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported to this office. Secretaries or other officers will please advise us of any errors or omissions in FIVE YOUTHFUL BANDITS. OFFICER EXPIRES. Kr. Adm. Klrkiitnd, Commandant ot ths Stare Ialand Navy Yard A Short Sketch ot Ills Life. Vali.ejo, CaL, Aug. 13. Rr. Adm, bacco. The woods and forests of eastern Cuba abound in every variety of hard SecOtfire in the m iV.Jins fcnildinc;, 18 and 20 woods, the principal being mahogany, ond Street, over Wnuc .oW dracnare. cedar, rosewood and "majagua," a wood known the world over as the CIIAS. HOOKER, strongest and most durable of all 1 ETERTXARY SURGEON, woods, of a greenish ashy hue and an exceedingly close grain. Mostof them, Grrdtiate Ontario VelertHary CoHtge. s in fact of the woodlands Veterlnarj D?ntitry and Sterility a Specialty. are virgin forests which it would take up stair, over store recently accu- - years and years to declminate and by Richmond Uarness Co , East Mainy St., apr7-lwhich have- bo far escaped the destruc lcnraond. Kj. tive hand of man owing to the lack of transportation facilities to the sea U. C. JASPER, M. D coast. Medicine and Snnrory. The "Yaya," or lancetshar, grows by Office Collins Building, MainStrcet. Telephone at rcitleBcc Itlie Carr place) on the thousand acres, and bo does th Urondway. lignum vitas, so much sought after for Kentucky. the manufacture of block sheaves and Rn iiMOND, of heavy balls used in bowling alleys. 1'alm leaf in great quantities is exM. D., w. G. ported to Europe and the United States for the manufacture of hats, and "palmiche" finds a ready market Til VS'CI VN' AND SURGEON, abroad for the manufacture of oil. KmiMovn, - - - - Kentucky Honey and beeswax are other very important articles of export, nnd modDR. T. J. TAYLOR, ern hives on the plan of the IVench and Dutch hives would amply repay Prad'd'wner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky the investment. Richmond Next in importance to its agriculand residence on Second Street. tural products, Santiagode Cuba's iron and manganese mines demand universal attention. As is well known STJSG33T. 231TTAL the Santiago ore, with Its low percentage of phosphorous ranks, together with the Swedish and the Spanish L "cfosou DT. "V)lUTv.VTv6 mineral as the "crack ore" ot the world. DKTTIST, Vith a wealth of natural resources, or 1juissill.k, Ky. next door to Government Building, rich in agricultural and mineral soil, to . BtchmSnd . Ky. Office hours 9 to Santiago de Cuba only awaits Amer novl"-l- y ican brains, enterprise and capital to as as make rent. one ofit one of the richest,spots wellths Four nice rooms for the most beautiful, in 17nine-tenth----s, ce 12-- Kirkland, commandant of the Mare Island navy yard, died Friday evening. The funeral will take place from St. Vincent Catholic church of Vallejo on Sunday. The remains have been embalmed and will be placed temporarily in the vault at St Vincent's cemetery. Later they will be removed to Brooklyn, N. Y., for interment beside, the remains of his daughter, who is buried there. Rr. Adm. W. A. Kirkland was appointed from North Carolina July 2, 1850; made a midshipman June 20, 1833; lieutenant, March 18. 1BJ9; lieutenant commander. Jury 1C, 1832: commander, March 2, 1SG8; captain. April 1. lgajj commodore, Jtmo 27, 1S93, and rear admiral. March 1. 1895. He would have been placed on the retired list on the 2d of 1 1st month were It not for the present war.' He h.d bean aailous to retlro from active duty, as he had purchased a homo at San Diego, where he had Intended to maka his home whon placed on the retired list. He served at sea for eight months as rear admiral; total sea service 23 years and nine months; shore or other duty IS years sad eight months. At the time of MS death be was commandant of the Mare Island navy yard. Ha was on the Pacific coast and popular among both naval officers and civilians. well-kno- Ate l'olsoord Candy. Doveb, DeL, Aug. 18. Mrs. J. Pol Deane, of this place, is dead, and her sister, Mr. 3. P. Dunning, is seriously ill, the result of poisoning from eating candy. Mrs. Dunning is the wife of J. Preston Dunning, the well known Associated Press now In Porto Rico, and both women arc daughters of ex Congressman John B. Pennington. The candy came through the mails on Wednesday. The postmark on the box was unintelligible, but It is eupposed by Mrs. Dunning to have been sent by a lady friend in San Frcncisc named Craven. GarckVs Mrn to Go Home for Thirty Days. New Yobk, Aug. IS. A Santiago special to the Evening "World says: ra 1 Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, Jack York, of Pennsylvania, who has been serving with Garcia, the Cuban general, has just arrived here. Ho reports that Garcia baa suspended operations for 30 days, and givon his men permission to go home, with instructions to report to him at the end of that period Balslnc of the Stars and Stripes Over Hawaii. next door to postoffice. )W. FRED SMITH. DEMIST. e, lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. over Collins' Grocery, same office y jan!2-l- DR J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. 2 3 Bays -Office over Richmond, Ky. Madison National Bank, y i'r6-l- k km I Lulau, No. 503 Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at Mr. J. B. Willis' , Bichmond, Ky. , on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Utb, 1898, returning second Wednesday of each month. Reference every physician of Richfebl6-lmond, Ky. y. ? via Victoria, B. G, Aug. 13. The United States ship Philadelphia arrived here Thursday, six days and 20 hours from San Francisco, with Adm. Miller and staff on board, who came for the purpose of raising the American flag over the Hawaiian Islands. A conference with the Hawaiian government was held Friday afternoon. It is generally understood that the flag will not be raised until the commissioners arrive oa the 17th inst Hoxox.Trx.i7, Aug. 4, Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. subject js narrated by bim as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me npt Fortunately, a friend advised trying "Electric Bitters," and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle oinde a decided improve ment. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. X know they saved my life, and robbed, the grave of another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only 50 cents pec bot tle at Ferry & Thomas' lrog StorevSuc-cessor- a to XT. G. White. 0 wrongs of other people are continually getting mixed,, up "with our " rights. !Eho Yt O A. I'AcrrE and Biieotiatibm rellovod OKj IXby Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. Who can. think Wanted-- An simple Idea ot some c&lentf flilnf to Protect yotcr ldi JOHN WKDDEHB&RN CO,6 Patent! Write i t.y?tlP'ui?' 9r!OT thelr t wo hundred Inventions MADE TABLETS A.IAX wanted. a Prt" Mu. "fler IV.E A lp ierstiidr inmcn or nsnio-ToImanltr and Oocsamction It ..- (ima Thjfrmft Jinm lciTnadifua .mnrariw . . - l in-otner 7r- Dentand eBx-- ulAJiia rroere an Tablet tail Tfie--f upoa hailue iba eeoain-- . Aix haT cured tbrasaadii end Kill core 70a. oSeeta cure ;T C In itle written island Lbs tecaner. Price fjfj Wlwtrer V each case or lor or six peekif; plain roc- - tfall treatment! price.t&SC Br Circular Tapc3 rMairt of mail, in wrafux-rnt -. ZKmojFalliae Mom ..tA'TfYHJ bleepleuaeu, Impotence, frl err. AbcfA or other ilxceeae etc. cxutud tT aad India rntorB Ixist Vitalit; la old or jaunt, and . POSITTVKLY CUBE MAN "Three from two you can't," the schoolboy. Right ! Three from two you can't, either in dollars or dividends or sarsaparilla. It takes the best sarsaparilla root to make the best sarsaparilla extract. The best sarsaparilla comes from Honduras, C. A., and the Dr. Ayer Co. practically controls the entire product. Yet others claim to be making "best" sarsaparilla. They must be making it out of the remainder left after subtracting three from two. But, " three from two you can't." You can't make the best sarsaparilla without best root. You onlv getthe beet when you John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the eta csaa .fYwrr-- m Agep's SarsajaNlla -- tirite REMEDY I. For sale JiiTBkhmead, IKy., . Hemdoa. iC . C0MrStf by jaiOJ-l- r Haan & Every one raastido jit'-- so much weeping; those who are epsked- - fta whichtflsWtevlionyfrom the beet J set whettiyoang haveTWet ewe for TQQJt UBfOriOTi UW jwui.B. y 'j eryjBg,jrriHJ gtwru uf'Ajj X- paring ordear , f like instructions. Washington, Aug. 13. The peace The Reading: of Yelloiv It ickcil Literature Leads Horn to Hold Up tho Ilur- protocal was signed at 4:23 p.m., FriUngton Flyer at St. Joe day by the representatives of Spain and the United States. St. JosErir, Mo., Aug. 13. The train The examination of the protocol was satisfactory and the document was robbers who held up the Ilurlington handed to M. Cambon first and then to "flyer" two miles north of this city Secretary Day who affixed signatures Wednesday night are tinder aarest and in that order to each side of the two a weeping, crestfallen gang of bandits copies. Then the last detail in making they arc. The leader, James Hathathe protocol binding was. administered way, aged 17, is a Western Union mesby Assistant Secretary Cridler, in senger boy. His pals in high crime charge of the chancery work who at- arc: Charley Cook, Alonzo Otterburn, tached tho seal of the United States. William Hathawa, brother of James, Throughout the ceremony all but and Herbert Doniphan, ranging in the two signers remained standing. age from 10 to 20 years. All are sons M. Cambon in signing for Spain of respectable people. These intrepid occupied the 6eat which Secre- road agents received the inspiration tary of the-- Navy Long, now which enabled them to hold up an exaway on a vacation, usually occupied. press train, terrorize the trainmen, The president stood at the left hand overpower the express messenger and corner at the head of the great cabinet roll his strong box out of the car door table. Secretary Day, M. Thiebaut into a wagon, from persistent reading d romance. and M. Cambon in the order named on of the left side of the table. The rest of Adm. Cervera Madnt Ulancn. the party were standing in other porAKXArotis, Md., Aug. 13. Adm. CerXo creroom. tions of the vera is stirred up over the reports of dentials were produced during the telegrams sent to Madrid by Gen. the meeting at the white house Blanco before his defeat, accusing him the president accepting Secretary of incapacity. He says he will have Day's assurance that this had been setnothing to do with that kind of a mau tled to his satisfaction at the state de- nnd that when he shall return to Spain partment. It was 4:23 o'clock when a council will clear up everything the final signatures were attached to and that he has no fears of its judgthe protocol and with the knowledge ment. of all the officials present. This was the An Pedestrian. first time that a protocol or treaty had Wabash, Ind., Aug. 13. E. W. Har-lesigned at the white house. As this been a veteran of the civil war, aged ceremony concluded, Acting Secretary Allen, of the navy, Secretary Alger 85, started on a walk from this eity to and Adjt. Gen. Corbin appeared, hav- Delphi on a wager. He was to make miles, in ing been summoned to the white house the distance, about sixty-fiv- e by the president, and they were ad- 72 hours, but arrived at Peru at noon, mitted into the cabinet room just in two hours ahead of time. He has season to witness one of the most im- plenty of money and walks for the pressive features of the ceremony when exercise. tho president requested the hand of Three Killed and Mi Injured. the ambassador and through him reRiCiiViEW, IlLAug. 13. A terrible turned thanks to the sister republic of accident occurred Thursday near France for the exercise of her good IIL, on the Chicago & Texas offices in bringing about peace, lie railroad. A number of Italians were also thanked the ambassador person- unloading steel rails and overbalanced ally for the important part he has a car load of rails, which was thrown played in this matter and the latter re- I upon them, killing three and seriously plied in suitable terms. As a further injuring six. mark of his disposition. President It is believed in Washington that called for the proclamation which he had caused to be drawn up Spain will recede from certain consuspending hostilities and signed it ditions it made and that an agreement in the presence of J(. Cambon who will be had soon ou the basic terms of expressed his appreciation of the ac- peace. SIcKlnley and Day Congratulated. tion. Fijaxkfort, Ky., Aug. 15. All of Without delay Acting Secretary Allen hastened to the telephone and di- the state officials united in an elabrected that cable messages be immedi- orate telegram to President McKinley ately sent to all the naval commanders, and Secretary Day congratulating Dewey in the Philippines, Sampson at them on the declaration of peace, folGuantanamo, and the various com- lowing their splendid management of mandants at navy yards and stations the war. to cease hostilities immediately. Killed by a Co?; Wheel. There is a dispatch boat at Hong Pakis, Ky., Aug. 15. Ed Wolcott, Kong, and it is believed that it can assistant miller for the Paris Milling reach Gen. Mcrritt in 48 hours at top Co., was instantly killed by being speed. On the part of the army, while pulled into a while putting Secretary Alger availed of the tele a belt on a pulley. He was single and graph, Adit. Gen. Corbin braved thei 24 years of age. storm and rushed across to .the war A Farmer's Loss by Fire. department, where he immediately isHakbodsburo. Ky., Aug. 15. John sued orders, which had been prepared W. Davenport, of West Mercer, lost his in advance, to all of the military comentire crop of wheat, traction engine manders to cease their operations. and thresher by fire early Sunday The state department filled its duty morning. Loss, 52,000; cause of fire by notifyingrnt diplomatic and conunknown. sular agents of the action taken. Fishermen Drowned. All the formalities having been disPADUCAir, Ky., Aug. 15. Jim Davisi posed of the presidentspcntahalf hour chatting with those present, and then at and Albert Kobcrtson were drowned 4:58, the rain still continuing in forci:, in a lako near this city. They were the ambassador and his secretary en- fishing aud the boa't overturned. tered their carriage and were driven Leo Mentioned for Military Governor. to the embassy. BicniroXD, Va,, Au. 15. It is beThe pen which was used by SecreGen. Fitzhugh tary Day in signing the protocol lieved here thatgovernor of Caba. Leo will be military was given to Chief Clerk Micuael. C the state department, who had beRemarkable Rescue spoken it Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plaiufield, 111., M. Thiebaut secure! that used by makes the statement that she caught the French ambassador. cold , which settled on her lungs : she was Upon emerging from tho white house Secretary Day received the earnest treated for a month by horiamily phycongratulations of the persons present sician, but grew worse. Ho told her upon tho conclusion of the protocol. she was a hopeless victim of consump.He stated that the peace comnisslon-er-s tion and that no medicine could 'cure who are to draw up the definitive iier. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's treaty would not be appointed for sev-- I New Discovery for Consumption ; she cral days, but declined to indicate who bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose. they would be. As the order" to military and naval She continued its use and after taking commanders state further instruc- six bottles, found herself sound and tions will be seat to each general. well, now does her own JiousoWork Gen. Merritt will be directed to confer and is well as she overy was Free with the Spanishjcommandant at Ma- trial bottles of the Great Discoyy at nila to carry out jthe terms of the "pro- Perry-- & Thomas' Drug Siore. Successors tocol, and to occupy Manila imme- to W. Gf. White. Large bottles 50 cents diately. Gen. Allies Awill put' himself and G in communic&tioB with the,, chief authority In j) Porto Elco ior the The public debt of Prance is the world, and amounts to purpose of having Spanish forces turn largest over San JH8.nand"btner points to him about 1,600,000,000. "preparatory to evacuation. .Owing to A'stubbora sough or twkllng In the conditions ia Cdba the orders to Gen ShafUtr"t b,sent lireaiter will be throat ykWsto One JKihates Cough Cure.v 'f$rpitee8.t. n effsetiouehes.the muet at Recast uuna wvose to ow.ee gen- - right pVlSbJe and jiwt- what, is - wanted.! aete.-a- t Jk endcTe ntrv tepartapti8 alSopreoaatv yellow-backelil n, Sic-Clur- e, Mc-Kinl- ey cog-wheel $1-0- peace basis. The president believes that the most serious problem which the peace commission will be called upon to deal with is tho Philippines. Beforo the commission assembles it is hoped the affairs of Cuba and Porto Rico will be found in such process of adjustment as to leave little for the commission to consider under that head. The abrelinquiskment solute by Spain of all sovereignty over the islands in the West Indies will allow only the property questions to be settled between the governments, that is what Spain shall take away and what shall remain as captures of war and the protection of Spanish subjects and their property in tho islands. Tho greater questions growing out of the war as relating to Cuba and Porto Rico t ill have to be dealt with by the United States alone. The fact that tho Philippines will present the difficult problem in the peace negotiations has caused .the administration to give it a great deal of careful attention. Several suggestions have been made as to what shall be dono, one being the retention of tho Bay City and harbor of Manila, just what the protocol gives temporarily. Another is that Sublg bay and a sufficient amount of territory for a naval and coaling station be scoured and the building up of an American city at that place begun. Still another idea, which is being considered is the retention of the Island of Luzon, the advocates of that plan believing that there would be trouble between the governments which occupied a portion of the island with a line of demarcation, such as would exist in case Manila and the bay only was retained. The Island of Luzon is the largest of the group and contains about 3,000,000 people, which are said to be the better class in the Philippines. - It is believed, however, that the administration and the commission will be greatly influenced by the reports which Adm. Dewey and Gen. Merritt will make on the subject. Their reports arc expected before the commission meets. the list: Lawienceburg, August 1G 4 days. Fern Creek, August 163 days. Shelbyville, August 24 t days. Bardstown, August 305 days. Lagrange, August 313 days. Elizabethtown, September 6 1 days. Glasgow, September 14 t days. Louisville, September 266 days. Owensboro, October 4 5 days. Paducah, October 114 days. Lancaster. Versailles. Bichmond. Danville. Lebanon. THIS IS Shepherdsville, Barbourville. Horse Cave. Bowling Green. Eminence. Winchester. Morganfleld. NOT g Or any of those skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced here through vanity, but to call attention to tiiis adertisement. and the fact that sea-goin- A ID. IF. .IRjyCIEIR,, je20-(Sn- Reconcen- - The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters where he lias been for over 31 years, in the good old town of Richmond, ami still ready to wait on his old customers. and as many new ones as will favor him with their patronage. His stock is being added to constantly, and you will find you can get goods cheaper and better there than any other place. Anything he tells you is just as represented, and you can rely on it. gjS Givehim a call and encourage home trade. i. trodo Who has reconcentrated all of his experience of more than thirty vears in the PAINT and WALL" PAPER business, the knowledge hereby gained with all his energy and industry reconcen-tral- e I heexpects to be worthy of and to reconcentrate nearly all the demands for Wall P.iper, Shades, Window Picture Frames, Paints. Oil, Glass. Varn'shes, Brushes, Artists' and Painters' Supplies generally. He makes and keeps for sale everything in the business in the largest quantities. Note the Beconcentrado Prices: "Wall Paper 3 cents, Window Shades complete 10 cents. Picture Frames, glass, barking, screw eves and cord. 8x10, 25 cents; 16x20, portrait size, monlding, 51.00; moulding, S1.50. The best Mixed Paint in the market for $1.10; Carriage Paint 60c and 75c per quart, ail our own make. You can be a free and independent Beconcentrado by doing all your trading with I ch ch Richmond Market It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Ournieat are the best. We kill first-clacattle, is why we have always enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order thatour Beef, Mutton, Pork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. ss "i Fresh Pish Recieved Home-grow- Daily- Kad-dlsh- es, Tne final determination as to the government of Porto Rico and the settlement of the government of Cuba are problems for settlement, but the impression prevails that these islands will become quite rapidly Americanized, and every encouragement for them to do so will be given. Porto Rico will be under military control for the present. Cuba also will be similiarly governed, but it is probable that American reforms in the matter of government will be such that the people of Cuba will sec the advantage of becoming annexed to the United States. It is thought the sanitary improvement of Havana and other cities, ths management of the municipalities and liberality offered the country people will be of such a character as soon to convince the people that the changed conditions are for their good. There has been little doubt about soon settling the transfer of Porto Rico and the reception which the American troops have recslved in that island is a justification for the belief. Porto Rico will be treated at once as an. American possession. The flrst movement in this direction will be the sending of a delegation of officials from the post office department to investigate and report upon the mail facilities there now and to make such recommendations as they determine upon. Mail routes, methods of transportation and the conditions of post offices generally in the island will be examined. Military post offices will be established at once wherever troops are stationed, and at such other points as may be demanded by the interests of Americans and the people-othe islands, if the present offices are not available. f n vegetables such a Beam, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, Ac, &c, can be found In our market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage. I solicit a continuance ot same. Telephone 103. may25-ly Q. L. Douc&s, Mackey Building, Main St. VMo.Yk.oU MANAGER. , !,!, 2W w, "P Q pnr-lnni- la J TTnvinv KAnnhf in flio loor ATI dnVR fcvrn nf Wall Panpr from one of the largest factories ia Philadelphia, wa received from the President ot the uompany a very complimentary thanks, ana in conclusion he stated, uh smn. Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. 6SC13i ifeNlfejS Sfnmf iiwiiii&m&ft mmrm T.tii "-5- 33 "Vnli aro a. rptmlnr "REfVivrPKTRAno" in the "Wall Paper bnsiness. We plead guilty to tbe Indictment We guess we are, or else we would never have G. M. W. been accused. 7l S 7W Z 7f 71 u5 53 :FissSkJ&S? rnchZ -Cm VrUU1A 0" Blcyde.OoId Watch. Diamond scholarship ia Ring FREE: $ao.oo ES uolu, lege or literary school ia the U.S. can be secured bydoingaliuleTrorlc at heme for the Youth Journal. Adrocate, an illsstratcd It is elevating in character, moral la tone, and cspeciaUy interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. co., Meauon uuspapcxj lenn. semi-month- a schol Texarkaoa. Tex., WU1V CoUege, Nashville,orTeno..or arship ia most any other reputable business f-- v 1 uraugnons rracucai ousrocss col- or-- a IT 8 0, mW R, " & Shanlfi fnrri wiiw w wi Cn . wwi S auglS-l- y ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR IN ET maAemsT ituDDer tump, eeaajor to Price List J. F. W. Donaaa Co, 321 m outa E. Fayette M&,U.SJlCatateflM g Capital Wagons, TkewtocVvTyvsk ot Svoe Svavw TWvWs,. i HON. C. T. CALDWELL. of Parkersbnrg; W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Parktbsbubq, W. Va., January 26, 1996. Grn. Shafter'4 Command. WAsniXGTON. Aug. 15. By Wednesday or Thursday of this week it is expected by the war department officials that all of Gen. Shafter's command m-t- he r- - k; j t! - ! . " .119 i. wuiilf anui tv. jDl .ifc - Weight Med. Co., will have left Santiago for the United Ths Columbus, Ohio. States. nave been astng Genxlemen: Cholera Kpttierulc at Madras. Wright's Celery Capsules since NovemMadras, Aug. 15. The cholera epi- ber'. 1894. and nnd theea to be as recom I first" beean taking them demic is here. .Between Monday morn- mended. treatatHot Springs. Atk, ing and Friday night there were 55" while for Sciatic Ehenmatum.under awl Liver ment deaths' from the disease,, thefatall tic Stomach trouble, Conetipatioa which I prior ,tatha "day flrst mentioned hav-- . had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsular gave ' roe great reKef from tire Mpnaiajr and have, need, than jWbken sarfsJsea, ibre, insect everstooe., WHh pleasure,'; andFor J reoomiaetid them to njr.ud bites, burns, skhreliveaaM and'twpeefel-- N pile there' .oa:re44abl temedr. all mififerinrwhk Wee affllUlmil oreiihet - , . . fi Witt's WiWi Hwel - fiftto. When of them.' ',-yety lj , Qusjhjm 1. CUawrmfcr ' Witt's 4on't ac i -w Which is known to be the best all over this county and State. ? j3 a nne line or u. is., .kun ujiib ana uuuii. STOVES, the most complete line of all P class of farm Implements and Shelf f pwHardware in tne marnet. faT We are prepared to do the best class op - a JJ ft ingsjll7 ' tr 7 - koao-rfctte- d. 5. v &s$sm.? SL SsfSLCfJI MMrBSfNr II Ml 1M i. yV WJH ) ?jr J? t w Tin" Work and Roofing. L I WeH I Wnswaorate Co., A Qentry, SfeackeHord ji , Richmond, Ky. & , ? 1?W. . 1t kA-s- i. F"ji?s-4r- r r. JV . , .&-- , ? irifiWrnlt' ' - igjil' """' ''''"' V " , a 5 WPBaWMJWCTwqiiWBWMaWMiaWWWWPWIMgMMMiMMMa1MMWMMaMWBMMBMMMWMMMMBMi ,.,., . ., - - - - - - - - - i The Richmond Climax. n 11 BsSfl iPill jr..Ai Bfll iThs Climax Printing 7' I O. M Go. A THEAppii 'PorsnJ D.MOM J9DS, Associate Editor.Editors. C "" - PlllCK - i: V&AK, 17,- $1.30. - - lf9S. 4 SJkH as - wt jjtt WEDNESDAY. AUGUST - DEMOCRATIC TICKET. po:: CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. hecj:.-:-d of the war. Here are the marks along the path of our progress ia Urn war, and it is wortfa while to look back at them now that tfee end of the journey is renched: May 1 Dewey destroys Spanish lleet at Manila. May 19 Current's fleet reaches Santiago. Jane 22 Shatter's army lauds at UaiqairL J sly 3 Cerrera's fleet destroyed. TO FIT TIHIIE ttTSTtt, TO FIT THE HUEOD, TO FIT THE FOOT, -- 7f Tfs 715 7f 7 7 7f 71 Vnnght should he engaged by this institution is a high testimonial to her ability. Shu hag taught for three years at Millershurg College. Miss Sallie Vanght will go to Lagrange with her sister to attend school. Woodford St n. Frankfort Special: Mrs Jennie P. Morton. Secretary of the State Historical Society, ie busy collecting portraits of famous Kentuckians under orders of the recent meeting of the Executive Board of the society. She will get pictures of all the Governors of other States, who are native Kentuckians, and famous Kentuckians in this State. Among tho first received this morning was one of Captain Todd and his crew of tho "Wilmington, together with a picture of tho good ship. Watson's relatives are having a painting made, and families of citizens aro being ask to donate pictures. Tho Historical Society Hall is being repapered and nicely fitted up. i 'aS'2vV3LL:i:i,;i " . " . . .. . - . ."- - .. .. rf" . - ". ' fe..-..i2.N.- a v t -- - . L: ... . m t. 9 M !i2H ia?aH - GRAS? THE OPPORTUNITY NOV AND COSE TO S'-I- E Jj4 H f 0yX isnTsWil gggggBKESSteakK3BJLJlSBBmBaakMtmlsmm WEEK"! FOR THIS III .n II fT- in.nri III! I w ! H ZfiKd 7k at 9 o'clock a beautiful line of .Moquette place on sale and SmjTier Rugs. The greatest bargains ever ottered. "We to-morr- Moquette Bugs, 3 ft. long, for 75cts. Moquette Rugs, 5 ft. 4 in. long, for S'2.. Moquette Rugs, 6 ft, long, always So for 83.50. -- 5. Mr. Jamas Morris Guthrie, C. U. '92, and "Miss Mary Burton, of Shelbyviile, were married in Louisville at tho resi dence of Mr. Fred Lewis, .a cousin of Jaly Jly SB 14 Santiago srreders. Miles 3aBds at Guanica. As "perfect in style and durability as in fit. TOPITTHEPTJRSE. THIS WILL STIR THEM UP! Jaly St looce saiteinkrs. Aveaet 11 Sjain accepts our peace Wash po :ite to do much better than finish u; tlie war in R little more than three uttbs, with invariable ic tory and aeter even a setback thiouh-oa- t its cuorst The Alabama election gives no comfort to the goklb3 and controverts th? false statements of the organs that the silver caase is dead. The result couHusjvely gfaowe what nticlit he done Cl in most of tleNtates if all the reform elements would unite in a determination first to drive tlie llepuhhcan party from power. AfUr that great and jjood achievement, the greatest reform of all being accomplished, the minor questions would be comparatively ea.y of adjostment. Bat, first of all, let us (Jive tin nrvnlf nat tlie an booest and fair count and prosperity n? f?X and liberty will ibliow. airh-enem- v. 'fi--- H "J i a tf---0 The Trade Will to Green With Envy, But What's The Odds? Commencing this week we will of the Einest, Rarest, Choicest the bride, whom she and her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Burton, have been visit ing for the past week, en loute home from Texas, where they have spent the summer. The bride and groom left for Old Pont Comfort, "Washington, rsew lorkand Lake George. At the latter place they will be guests Mr. and Mrs. "W. D. "Wintersmith, who are sum menng there. The bride is a truly beautiful girl and has been fi general favorite in society. Mr. Guthrie is tho eldest son of Mr. James Guthrie, and is well remembered In Richmond, and is a lawyer whose ability has already been recognized. Our line of Smyner Rugs is also sbeautiful. Call and see them and get first choice. Also during these daj-- we will offer at SPECIAL LOW PRICES on our entire stock of Dress Goods, Muslins, Ginghams ande Prints at prices so low that will enable all to buy a great deal with nione'. Have also just received from the city a line of Fancy Silkotines for skirts at 14cts. a yd. Our line of Table Oilcloths cannot be equaled. We cany a full stock in all colors. We are also closing out our stock of Ladies' Oxfords at cost. verj--littl- M fEririsriiiritfg Ladies' Patent Leather Tip Oxfords. 1 See What 49cts Will Buy. , .$1 00 rtrciSriSriru nSSfS&r Ladies' Oxfords, brown ton or black, worth $1.25. Misses' Slippers, bows to match, worth $1.00. RELIGIOUS, pleasure to have with us again for a short while Rev. Ashby Jones, of Richmond, Va., former pastor of the Baptist Church this city. His excellent wife, always a favorite here, and their littlo son aro visiting Mrs Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner. On Sunday morning Mr, Jones preached at the First Presbyte rian Church and delighted the congre gation assembled from many denominations to hear him. Ho was pleas antly introduced by tho pastor, Rev Jasper K. Smith, and at once entered upon his sermon from the text, ''He saved others, yet Himself Ho cannot save." For forty minutes we listened to a discourse that was eloquent, earn est, and beautiful in thought and lan guage. Here, where he is so well known and beloved, very many are apt to take Rev. Carter Helm Jones as standard, and we heard many remarks likening the speaker's style to his dis tinguished brother. While there is in the younger much of the same power and persuabivenpf-and wonderful scope of language as the elder brother possesses, it seems quite as natural in the former. His prayers, like those of our beloved Mr. Smith, are "talks with God," and like him, too, his manner in the pulpit is most attractive for its gentle simplicity, Mr. Jones' sermon was pronounced superb, and his many friends of all denominations were truly gratified to hear him again. At tho 11 o'clock sevico Dr. Boiling took occasion to mention tho duties and privileges of the campers, (at Park Hill) which were plain to the point. He is one of thoso men who does not expect you to wear a long face or stay on your knees continually. At a meet ing over which Dr. Boiling has charge your freedom is only limited at the words lady and gentlemen. lie has tho respect and love of all. and" when services commence you will find the majority of campers present Carlisle Mercury. s Call in and see our line of goods reduced in price before you buy. We will save j'ou money. Come early to get tlie first selection of beau- 3 It is a genuine tiful RUGS. Respectfully, jn-ice- and Neatest Line of Gents' Furnishings ever sold in this city at prices to suit the purchaser. We must make room for our big fall stock, so shoes and everything must go regardless of . SEE McKee m Company, 1 At McKee's Old Stand. i-- St' $ g j The newspapers which point totilad- l;:.iiiarck and ak where is tho third iTfaon of this generation worthy to Ik.-- classed with them, forget Liiu-olHe way bora ia the same ;i sXX$t "5T tt . r-& ff 'fcl 1 WLJ' J . 1 8 , A fJ 8 sr a W B. A. JiL ff Y& C SMKH r M. i .lftxi tl irtj-- t !.re' ! ... ' twit' li.c rla1 " " yoaia. Hj died"" at liMwii ""-"-" i v iw . fifty-- f : 1 iAw Ji s-ai K ''.ii; Q UN s ' VU' rsatsr.-- ll SN & 8 i) f) 7 CORRESPONDENCE. . ml KIXGSTOX. Mrs. Dorcas Maupin, of Missouri, is j win n i.aum-- k was .V years oiu inknot . r ' ' , :- . He did a jrreater wosk 'i. a spirit hroader n:ni ... i. i.. . -- . ll.-- r.hii l il - ;u. ,r1 ii s, .- .rith France, iwe beea weigh- ""euoi.id Jiav ,S, - (.. f ii ! Ti iifc iinj .i. .rffc.. ,W-- . -- n.TTT na .JLIlfc, Avi47 A VAii A. VAAV viiie l.-;at- .uUKit i. grtat conflict. A Kichnit. 8tciai to the Louisvillr -- ea; u i. it, at tu ch 'tat Jnd-- e John C, Che- - friends, a' tor of ; .:.tlor fro' ti t. Ilicli hi- l. ijus'ytiunsidrtinfrtlie Ii.ir the race for mate ri Jicitaiins taMh. lfe of . j .Ii ." ' Km: 1, 1 u- - :! Le counties. Jadjre i C.'ennuit II- - Is jde a liM-- i make a model Senator. y i pnlar and known to be uf lnicihjieuoe, oouaijre jdl. of the right 4ripe. If every district in the State mould send such a n. i. as Judge Chenault to the Legisin-tiu- we won il liave ggtod and wise la- - This he opposed and fought two years ap), diugsll he could to defeat the party's candidate, because forsooth the party had made plain a principle that was its own fiomthe moment of its biith. Now he comes and claims a ri&ht to suggest what the party should do Of course it has nttle weight, no moo perhaps than'.thri, toileomewliror- jn.j.t. ill leirniu iuc icaueia to it. But it doc? seem the essence of gall for a man to suggost w hat a party should do when he has not yet returned his association with the party's nbitterest opponents. ser. Amen, Brother'.' Let that soak in. ui--,u- PERSONAL. Mr. and Mis. II. B. Hanger left for Atlantic City yesterday. Mr. Lawrence Smith, of Winchester, is visiting Allen Zaring. Mrs. Simmons, of Boston, is visiting her brother, Senator Goodloe. Miss Nelly E. Peyton, of Lexington. is visiting Miss Alene Jackson. Mr.T. Quincy Ward, Jr., of Paris, is the guest of Mr. Harvey Chenault Dr. Ernest Jones, of Lawrenceburg, visited his father, at Silver Creek, last Burgin-Messe- .vitusee, theeverready let. r wrif-r- , Winchester, has come f; M J'i a leng' article in the ville Vost, en what the Denio- cratlc party aid do in regard to tins territorial expa'tsioB. He Jav&rs takins all the islands Lelongins to unfortunate i. Louis--esliney of Congress are in luck, if we are to believe this telegram from San Francisco to the New York Sun of August 12th: 'The will of Mr. AdolphSutro, which was made in 1SS2, was read this after-sooMrs. Kluge, the alleged widow of the millionaire, however, asserts Spain, even tlie small ones along tho that she has knowledge of a later wilh coast. He calls this Democratic doc- and promises to make a contest. The trine of the kiud the iioneerd of will read makes binall bequests favored. He would have the to a large numberof relatives. It then larty take a stand for conquest above sets aside about 1,000 acres of land all other things and make it the prin- south of Golden Gate Park to bo devociple plank iu its platform. We think ted in trust to charitable and educa' Mr. s method in hissngges-- t tional purjwses. A specific legacy of k about $30,000 is left to each of the chil.n. We ll. k he i trying to on which true dren, to be paid out of the first moneys 1 ., t!cw!ver n VnKcrary that come into the estate. The sum of S$,tti is beouonthed to each of these members of the House .oLJicpresenta-tivoir. 1870 who assisted in passing . SI I t I fl . r. rw i the butro Tunnel bill: William P. tSL UlJfllKeH of Pennsylvania, R. E. Ferris, U! ' of .New York, Gov. Austin Brewer of Michigan, Judge Willard of Penusjl-vaniC. Kerr of Indiana,,, Biggs of Delaware, Strickland of Maryland, and John Proctor Knott of Kentucky. Afterpayment of all the legacies and satisfying the charitable and educational e trust imposed upon the estate, the of the estate is to be divided equally among his children. The Heights property was not specifically mentioned, but goes in with the residue of the ostate to be divided among the children. It was thought this We have (ieci.ied to c'ose Hit a line of would be given to the citj-- . No menYouths? Lamii Chairs. They are a e tion was made of the great anderrerr i!.tr iw, but 'really the which was not collected when library, the will Hiialieat Hi i . abotit tlntu is their was written." priett. They ie in several colors at Lateh Another telegram of August 13th, to the Kimc paper, aysthere is a contest ove'r this'-wil-l, as heirs 4c'laira Is another and later one exists. Anyway, we hope the bequest to Gov. Knott "" aJ5aek . Screens, costing from HI not lxTaflected." "" "" five to mx the pricufe they are of4 fered lor ber-- , will be pJaoed on sale V GOV. BRADLEY-- : s. Wind -- ter Sun. llox. J. Pkoctoi: Kxott and six ::o. w. other n. j to-da- y llet-ktK- skie-;ra-- th-oi- k 1 que-tio- r. r n,J..,.a c llUll'l flu nn s. a, rcsi-un- lit-ll- qJLsg e-- ! 1 1 - tlm week from i - I torritory Governor Bradley takes tno following views' of the situation which will be well for tliose to consider who ' aie opposed to a large standing army, a i"5 large .bonded debt, high tariff, rnd Sao j every thing else that teuds to form a strong centralized go eminent. "The X p'ee Ea'rIK'i Tea Set, White China, niean acquisition of foieign territory the formatjou of a, standing w ..h gokl. for lmmaud ijiiinv.iu uvery country so arquirep.aBa khUmlding of aVavy fonoId""tHe ter ritory in fcubjugat.on. It means taxa-- , a StroUtrlV C(ntrn1lKnd nnmrn All of r j.0. i00 and fan mebt and 'the opportunity, yes, the :. for iff 5 probability, of "JCiWUIIIIj; UlUJS WllU the combined nations of tho world. It moans troublesome entanglements and All 5i our G.V, S7.0D and tS.Kfi Dresden lamps complications. "That the hand should bo taken from the throat of starving Cubans and a. Soir.jiur Cup-inSaucers. stable government given the people of . A ;ii?r Jut Cuba is justified alike by every "piinci- 51 i!"!l Co ; " eo o 1rje-- a Brae tt 5.563 than " of religion and moruls. but when A .' Cuat Of nufac'u'intr. thiass done, as it nmv hn In-- tr-- , adjustment, ail has been accomplished The Hnr is a t'Je Jmt thcjejlhat is necessary and proper." many go.. thhr. hft. AlKinI Weal Wiudwu' pieces niaroi. Take 1 25cfo$Lo50 Kyi On the question of expanding our A Few A IB' o-i- lps d Moore, of Pittsburg, Penn., is the guest of Mrs. Claude Smith. Mr. J."W. Zaringi of Richmond, was hero Monday and Tuesday. Shelby News. Mrs. Mary "W. Williamson returned Wednesday from Covington. See her school notice. Mrs. II. J. Lynch, of Huntsville, Ala., was the guest of her 6ister, Mrs. Thos. Ferrell. Misses Margeret, Ida McCollum and Mamie Bclton are visiting relatives at Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scrivner and little son, of Winchester, are visiting relatives here. Rev. Dr. J. V. Logan is at home from a visit to Rev. Sanford Logan and wife at Middleslioro. Rev. and Mrs. Ashby Jones and little son are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner. Mr. John S. Taylor was over from Lexington Saturday and visited relatives in this city. Miss Bonnio Bush, of Dodge, Clark county, is visiting ber uncle, Mr. T. J. Curtis, Kirksville. Mrs. W. K. Arga, of Colorado, was the guest last week ofher fathers Judge William Chenault. Mrs. C. E. Smith and Miss Amy leave Sunday, night for Santiago, Col., to spend the winter. Rev. Owsley Goodloe, of Harrods burg, is the guest of Mrs. Curran Smith on Fifth street. Misses Bessis Turley and Stella Adams have returned after a visit to friends in Lancaster. Miss Adalaide Evorhart, an accom phehed young lady, is the guest of Mrs. Cutris F. Buroam. Mrs. Lena M. Bricht and Miss Anne N. Bright left for a short visit to Niagria Falls yesterday Chas Chenault, "ot the Klondike store, waa in Richmond the latter part of last week. Winchester Sun. Mrs. W. H. Wooten and Mrs. Mary B. Miller left last week for Asbury Park, where spend the summer. Mrs Sarah G. Humphreys, the gifted mother of Mr. C. D. Chenault has beon the guest of her daughte, this week. Mr. JeffMargan, of Whites "Station, will start lor Stafford, England, to spend, about three months with his parants: Miss Helen Terrill leaves for Niagara Falls fto' spend' several weeks. All her friends wish her a deMary to-d- ay week. Mrs. Saturday from St. Louis for a short vacation. He is doing splendidly with the Adams Express Company. Chas. Overley, of Paint Lick, camo home irom Texas on a visit about a week ago, returned Sunday. He is engaged out there in railroading. Miss Maio M. Davis, of this county, has returned home after a delightful visit of three months to friends and relatives near Bloomington, Illinois. Mrs. R. E. L. Beggerbtaff visited her parents at ML Sterling last week. Her father is one of the wealthiest and most highly respected citizeuaof Montgomery. Prof. Harry Pratt, of Washington A Lee University, was here 'last week. He is a son of the late renowned Dr. Pratt, once pastor of the First Presbyterian church here. Messrs. Sam Mason and "Walter Samuels, of Whites Station, have gone to Tennessee to spend a few weeks with the Cutler's brother, Mr. II. M. Samuels, formerly of Madison. Mrs. Mollie Kash and charming daughter, Miss Laura, of White Hall, Madison county, Ky., are tho pleasant guests of the family of Mr. John Strang this week. Jackson Hustler. Mrs. R. E. Turley brought her little children home on Saturday from a visit to their grand parants at Spears. Miss Bessieis reported in good health and enjoying her vacation after graduation. Mr. John Feeny and little son spent Sunday in Richmond Mrs. Dr. Blan- ton and Miss Katio Blanton, of Richmond, are guests of Mrs. E. M. Dickson, onStoner avenue. Paris Reporter. Mrs. A. D. Flora, of Richmond, was the guest of Mrs. Oesian Edwards Tuesday Miss Rice, of Richmond, and Miss Shawhan, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rice Bourbon News. Mr. Clyde Hart is enjoying a much needed and deserved rest at tho Estill Springs. He is under the care of the best Veterinary Surgeon in the State Dr. Hooker, and is groomed by Col. John Baxter. Miss Bessie Louise Gilder, of Newberry, S. C, is the attractive guest of her cousin, Mrs. Harry B. Hanger. Miss Gilder is just from tho Woman's College, Baltimore, and is a most cultured young lady. Lieut. Vestal, of the Seventh Cavalry, who has been acting as Quartermaster at Lexington during tho mobilization of Kentucky troops, has left for Arizona to join his command, accompanied by his wife and children. Miss Ida Ramsey and motherjleavo on Thursday morning for a Ivisit to Mrs. M. Allen Kenney, near Danville, who is quite ill. Miss Ramsey will return to resume her music class about September 5, at her home on Broadway. Miss Bessie Baughman, of Richmond, is a guest of Mrs. John Feony and Mrs. F. B. Carr Mrs. Sallie Wilcox West and Miss Minnie Isgrig have returned from a visit to Miss Helen Terrill, Jat Richmond Paris Kentuckian. Miss Earl Chenault, sister of Judge John C. Ceenault, and Miss Emily Chenault, only daughter of Anderson Chonault, deceased, from Richmond, are charming guests of Mrs. Brutus J. Clay, Jr., at Cunningham Station. Paris Kentuckian. Butler Harrison, an old C. U. student, was lately married in Iudia and it is probable the ceremony was performed by another C. U. graduate. Rev. Eugene Bell, who is a missionary located there with his wife, nee Miss Charlotte Witherspoon, and their little son. See "married" notice. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice returned to Cumberland Gap, Tenn., Wednes day Mrs. John B. Embry, of Nicho- lasville, was the guest of Mrs. A. H. Severance, nee Mirs Florrio Heath. Miss Alice Forbus, of Madison county, i3 the guest of Mrs. S. C. Frankin. Mt. Vernon Signal. Miss Margaret Woodford, of Mt. Sterling, is entertaining a house party which is composed of Misses Bessie Woodford and Elizabeth Spears of this city, Miss Elizabeth Hazelrigg, of Frankfort, Miss Elizabeth VanMeter, of Danville, and Miss Mary Gay, of Winchester. Winchester Sun. Miss Lizzie Samuels, of Richmond, is visiting Miss Florida Samuels daughter of our major Mayor C. T. Samuels and James Horine went to Corhin Sunday, they say, to hear another of Brother Boatmen's fine discourses. We hope they were impressed by his sermon, for he strikes straight from the shoulder. Pineville Courier. Mrs. C. D. Chenault and daughter, little Miss Sarah, of Richmond, are viblting at Mr. L. S. Johnstone's Mr. Joe S. Minary, of St. Louis, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. ang Mrs. S. S. Minnry -- Miss Letitia, Crow of Richmond, visited Dr. and Mrs. McFerran Crow last week.? Woodford Sun. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edna Maupin, of this place. Air. Arch Doty and family are spending a few days at Mallory Springs. Miss Julia Moran, who has been very low of fever, is convalescing. Last week Mr. J". II. Farris sold I II. Reynolds, of North Middletown, fiity- one head of cattle. Prite ' not mentioned. The members of Mt. Zion Church and Sunday-schowill give an ice cream snpper Friday night, August 20. two-vear-o- ld ol Come one, come all. Howe's This? MARRIED. From Korea comes the news of the marriage of an old student of Central University, William Butler Harrison, of Leba non, now a missionary. The Louis ville Post says: 'From copies of the Seoul (Korea) Independent just received, is learned the first news of the wedding on the 9th of June of the Rev. W. B. Harrison, former Principal of Columbia (Kv.) High School, to Miss Linnie L. Davis, one of the most popular girls in the Kentucky colony at Seoul. Both are popular and have many friends in Kentucky who will be ready to congratulate,them when they come back to their old home. The wedding was quite an event in the Korean city, and all the Americans of prominence were present. The Gover nor of Seoul, who was a friend of the bride in America, was present. JThe United States Consul General was also present The couple left for Janan. where they will spend their honey moon." Uakrisox-Davi- s. far-awa- not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. &. Co., Props., Toledo, F. J. Chen-eOhio. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all ousiness transactions and financiully able to carry out any obligations made by their firm , West & Ttuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldujo Kixxan & Maiivin-- , Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 7oc per bottle- - Sold by all Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. y We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can Not Baltimore and Ohio BUT & Blggerstaff & Oldham.. lead what wa Have o - If V rl4- Drug-gibt- s. an3-ly m Show rvizifJTi v&A 6 .j. IN ? J..w. THE LEAD MissBettie Shearer, of White Hall, the guest of Misses Julia and Rhetha Shearer Filmoro Richards, of Madison county, was hero Saturday to sell Mrs. W. P. Witt, formerly his wheat, but tho price was not satis- a Witt. of this county, died at her resident factory Connie Gaines, of Madison nome in tioover, Missouri on the 9th in peace as well as war Uncle is, in the building of high grade carriages, in which we lead the world. And we have tf ie cream of them all right here in style, make, beauty, lightness, strength and fine wearing qualities. Examine our fine ctock, and if you do not wish to purchase, you will keep up with the times on improvements. DEATHS. Jonx Donelsox. Notice to Creditors ! FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS Tn Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From GOo to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. We are too busy to give a full list of our immense stock, but assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. k county, was hero Saturday "with a lot of sheep. He has handled about twelve thousand this season Winchester Democrat. inst. AIwaysDelicate Child Was Nervous and Irritable and Had No Appetite lightful trip. . 14.00 Misses Mattie Smith and Kit Chen ault enjoying a visit to Mis6es Lillian f iJj.(-3- I 1 -- -- - sx look. BIRTHS n i r n U lUwul (JluUij 1A1N AND BJtOADWAY,' 9 P fpyyQr Mr. Uilpy Grjnslead. at Summer Shade, recently lucl a new arrival at his home, and in celebration o" the event conferred upon him what IsBUnnosed to be t!n Inn.rcl nam : GitixsTUAi). t Metcslfe . county, Clarence Sampson jtewey H&Iisoh Schley fihafter Eiley UriDoteaU. G laofo w.TiiBes. amfii'if XBaaifGT02ff &Y." Patent Urnart (MflMtnrkMaM "Hood's Bareaparllla has had a wonderFavette county. ful effect on my little daughter. She is Miss Frances Young, daughter of five years old and has been very delicate Rev. G. W. Young, of Richmond, is a all her life. She waa nervous and Irritable and had bo appetite. A large lump 'guest of friends in this city would appear on her neck every few Democrat. weeks and then would disappear, leaving Mrs. Emma Fife and handsome her very weak. We concluded to give her daughter, Miss 3Iolliet of Richmond. Hood's Sarsaparilla. At that time there was a lump on her neck. When she had ivroguesrlB of Mrs. Nunnellev. taken one bottle it bad disappeared altoStanford Journal. gether and she seemed like a different Dr. W.W. B3den, former professor of child. Instead of being cross and fretful Greek at Central University, has jnar-rle- she goes about laughing and singing as a native' German lady while he merrily arany child. We are very grate-ffor Hood's 8axsapcu'illa.' 'Usb. Jks- was studying at.Berlin. JOB Gaxbbk, Bardstown, KeeUoky. Mr. and Mrs. T. D.ChenaaU and daughter, Eleanor, went over to Clark Ml Saturday last-tvisit UielcdaBahter. Is the bet-- In fart the One Trae Biood rariflw. "- -" lU.'i, Till ..T If SeMhT.aa ttrowisu. St fata fee s. mim juub ubeaawK.Gay.j - V - & ' All Cyn-thiana Hood's Sarsaparilla Has Changed All This Scrofula Cured. and Ethel Watts near Childsburg, CI. , d al Hood's SarsaparMa PHI f-- t. o "- -- -- Xr. mikUnym wdiimW " s - A handsome baby noy has made his DAY TELEPHONE 76. appearance at Mr. Will R. Cook's and NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. has beennamed Owsley Letcher, in honor of relatives of his charming When in the City BlaKe Your mother. His Undo, Letcher Owsley, says he has a regular convention voice Headauarters Vith and looks every inch a Democratic politician. Lancaster Record. Mrs. Cook was tho beau tif nl Miss Ellen Must Not Preach. Owsley, sisiterot Mr. Win.OwsIey, forAfi ail OUtCTOrcth of trial nt Tta-rTT merly of this city. 0. Morrison, for romsincr tn nhuv ti,n A brick dwelling house", with large laws of the church, a recent General yard and garden, good stable and outMr. R. T. Gentry, of Sedalia, Mo Conference of the Methodist Church houses, excellent water ami nvprvtHIno Mr. Richard T. Gentry and daughter, passed a law that no Methodist nrennh- in splendid condition, is offered for Miss Elizabeth Gentry, of Kansas er should hold a meeting or shuuld sale by Dr. C. S. Wilmore. The prop City, Theodore Shelton. of St. Louis, preach within the torritory cmliraced by erty is located in ivincsvnie, and there a pastoral charge without Mr. 0. P. Gentry, of Smithville, Mo of that pastor. Rev. R. the content is no better location for n ulivaininn H. AVisrhtmnn Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam'l Stone, of who has charge of the Methodist giveWilmore, owing to sickness, has to up his practice property Frankfortaud Mrs. John D. Harris, of cnurcii near l'aric Hill, has notified wm ue boiu very cneap. This tho preachers scheduled to preach Madison, who have been attending the Also a stock of hardware drugs there, Bishop Galloway down, is offered forsale. ITir is and nnnnr. an reunion of the Gentry family at Crab that thefrom services there are demoralizing Orchard, wore guests of Hon. C. M. to the local church and to tho country tunitytoget a bargain. . Call on Dr. y umore, at iiriiHVine. Clay and wife yesterday at roundabout and that they must cot W. B. Smith at Richmond rarnes or ESTABLISHED preach. The resuU will be looked to parlicnlar description and for for more terms nf "Bourbon News. with interest. ll-sale. Speakiu? of tho Geptry reunion at i Crab Orchard, Oraddock savs: Our of Georgetown, Graig Awarded Shipp and wife, nee Ferrell, of RichHighest Honors World's Fair, mond, were called home to George-tow- n Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Forelga and Thursday. As Mre Shipp was leaving, Dr. Gentry, of Tennessee American Marble and Granite. said: 'She is the most superb of wo We will, as Executors of the will of James men, equal to those Colonial dames of Gentry, deceased, sell at Fublic Auction, the Tennessee in the Colonial Souvenir following property, on book.' Georgetown Times. Thursday, 1, 1898, n ca Dr. and Mrs. McFerran Crow spent One hundred and eightv-- l wo acres otlaad, in two tracts, the home tract contataiag about Thursday and Friday in Richmond, oae 'hundred and forty acres, lying oa the bringing hack with them their little JOrearalaK Creek Turnpike, the other an tfa Those, who are cHtirrfaitBff bnyinjr Marble, Granite, or any-- kind of waters of Otter Creek, on ta Hae of the K. O. daughter Elizabeth, who has been on, ., ana oonwmin atoot 42 acres, wHk Cemetery Work--, will fiad it to tuefr Interest to m. eU at tlie old stand la tbe rear . JKHiSe thereoa. The narsnul nmiurtv visit to her, grand lronts......MW of the M. o Irvine Street, where thev prill Sad ceaetaatly ob hand taUB3 of One We ami i ". Vaughtgoes' to Jiagrange Chv, a large stpclf of; JMiehed werlc to select from, at priees te suit all elwses of Kate eoR, eue horse, one raare, '1 .tfv one Awed work mule. Mine, cow and nH it buyers. tlie middle 'ef September, WHere'sae onejef tfce beat wefkaeHiia Central V ,. iwarUitff ihelfer. sow andaiim jugtfowr we, KHy,l3incbara;otftreUWblfteataiHl this weaae . household and kitchen farnitnie, ftmutnc wilt feach science in tW' Tirana 3 r. !.... la...., r-?---""-".l.j :. satteiaetcry, at,&v growing- - com 1R Awry lkiuo Parties liiriiu. yepBtdV College, "one o the taswet $- - MOST, PERFECT MADR r ViJiTirfK-StaMirmvw Mf mwvw vx WM tM seJwrjkiiaJtlie Soiilh, TJietaTwa 880 Apart Grape 2ream of Tartar PowMV 8Ata yrltt tek place at o'clock A.' M fte rQvm. mtpbossLgb waa30Eix-mumsnm pttpil enrolled 'there bwt featy 1H of MR Amnwata, Alum ot any ethafaslBllstSjMi W TMM T IWIHMMlUfc toiaf bofwdsr. ; Tfajtfj ggjfc 3P? r. Gentry. Mrs. Pleasint Gontrv. f. ter fortv lone vears of s'ekness and confinement to her bed, died on August 8th, aged G4 years, at her home on neu iiick. east oi Kingston. Taylor. Howard, tho three-veaolu son of Rev. Newton Taylor, of ijreenville, Texas, died August 12th ot congestion of the lungs. Rev. Taylor was formerly a Madisonian. and wn! educated at Central University, this M PlVv lllo awtliwo in Xiadltjauil n.S !! ItJHU o friamta u fnrKfln.t J with regret the sad loss of his only son. All persons holding claims against Pamsh are requested to file same John W. properly verified by September 1, 1833, either with the undersigned or my attorney, J. C. Chenault. aug3-4D. M. CHENAULT, Trustee. w Iitoafa pas Ukflsp pnftefe, . 1 PRIVATELY. r BIGGERSTAFF - OLDHAM adisoii Monumental Works 1S63. "Au-ve-rg- 2t JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. mm CREAM Pub Sept FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. E;-Cb-- RAKINi MWMt fiRifa, WG.-tfOUCHB- lL . wk : s- Ki-waH- t. -jj jm - e Ji- - .'- -' & -- &&I-' i t I X r' m XH 1 T TIFItDl BAE-GAIN- S (. f 1 " NM ' -- : ( UN' N1 Best to take alter dinner; pre rent distress, aid diges- - HfcH O M Uon, cure constipation, p Tegetable; do not gripe Purely or caue pain. Sold bv alt dmggitti. 25 cents. Prepared only by C. 1. Hood A Co Lowell, Mut Hood's 11 II ZiVs IS OUR CASTLE! Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines ancl Deadly Shells, but with in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes, In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. l Solon Craig, a Stanford negro, was fined S14 for whipping Bet Salter and Bet Robinson, who told his wife they THE CAUCUS HELD, THE VERDICT RENDERED! MOHMCro MT. STEHLIUG AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE ' 6av him hugging another woman. TEA cures Dyspep sia, Constipation and Indi- gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. ni'tMfoMANUBIAN Q. White. S EfTIt will pay you to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. K J' Style, Quality and Price Guaranteed. T& 207 WEST MAIN & J. E. Carson has resigned as the chairman of the Lincoln County Democratic Committee and will go to Paris, Tex. S. M. Owens succeeds him. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has tho largest sale of.any Salve in world. This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile curs. Douglas & Wells. years Dr. W. T. Chiles, seventy-fiv- e of age, suffered an apoplectic stroke while eating supper at his home, in Mayfield, and died in ten minutes. Tired and True. Busy Bee Cash Store Company, MP 7a I&---'he Richmond Climax. STREET, RICHMOND, KY. Tousands havo tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin' or constipation, indigestion and 8ich headache and have Hound it true to the claim made for it, viz; that is the best remedy now before tho good people for the relief of stomach troubles' Trial size 10c large sizes 50c and $1.00 of B. L. Middeltou. aug3-lni s' 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 vrash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale ; 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. Seed Wheat and Corn For Sale ht r ol V Messrs. Fewler and Jolly, Republi can candidites for Cougress in the Second district, will meet in joint debate at Madisonville. at 3 cents per yard, former price "We One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. Tetter, and Uczcina. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It prison and was shot in the hip by is equally efficient for itching piles and An Extra Crop of Tobacco. See Donelson's ail. The Winchester Sun deserves coin a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Guard Abe Gun, of Lee county, one of chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites Mr. J. H. Overley, of Paint Lick, meudatiou for its straightforward story and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott the new'ofiicers. Rector was formerly of the whole lamentable affair, and we confined in the Eddyville penitentiary wbo, is one of our best from which he made his escape. Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are subscribers, has in a crop of tobacco on cannot but comment to our readers - let MxJktft pMint and trim your Mr. T. S. Burnam's place, which is said these words of warning which this sad just what a horso needs when in bad Farm For Sale. mnyu-oincarriage condition. Tonic, blood purifier and to be without a doubt tho best piece in catastrophe have forced from the vermifuge. They are not food bnt 1 w ish to sell privately my farm of Till staf favorite, the Proctor Madison. Mr. Burnam has in about 40 press: medicine and the best in use to pnt a 70 acres, located on Miner's Fork of Many causes assigned for his finan- horse in prime condition. rluiiott airs'". Price 25 acres on his farm, the majority of Otter Cieek, o miles ftoni Richmond. which is almost equal to Mr. Overley's cial downfall, but taking into consider- lents per packagei Kiltnctcd aud comb Honey for sale. Twenty-fiv- e acres of this land is in com ation the mnu aud his habits, there can crop. Col. Colson is in Washington trjing 1. Sc:iigi: lglOSt and Ah acres in grats. For further parbe but one conclusion speculation in to have John G. Fitzpatrick appointed Elliston Mill Company. ( apt Ballard', newly piutrd ticulars call on or address. the stock and grain market. He had Assistant District Attorney for KenThis well known water and steam always been considered a good busi- tucky. iN b t oaiiufi.i. So is bully CL'ptain s White Hall, Ky. j20 lui mill has been fitted out with the latest ness man, and is such. AVliile To Cleaiise Uio Sjstem improved roller method for making we would class the bucket shop with 'iiufncCinilQl Pk . f jujivocwtirn lmil.Ti..tn Wheat Burned in Ilourbon 111' JlUjrtllflll.lt. w hich is as w hite and pure as can Hour, lotteries a fraud and a swindle which Effectually yet gently, when costive . v utioii will be held in Dam-Hion K P. CLiybruok, of Hutchinson, lost be made, The French Burr is still should be suppressed by law as' lot- or bilious, to peimanently overcomo of w heat by fire late Tuesused for making meal, which is second teries have been we would not plead habitual constipation, to awaken the kidneys and liwr to aliealthy activity, day afternoon. He was threshing his lihu Sparks, an aged war veteran to no grade turned out in this State. A an excuse for any one, but would say: without irritating or weakening them, l . dl. died at hii home in Irvino crop of wheat and the straw staik is also run for tho accom- Don't condemn too severely. Crimin- to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, caught fire ami burned completely. TheJ corn crusher modation of their patrons. Another als are not made of good men in a day. use Syrup of Figs, made by the Bethlehem Thresher Company lost needed improvement, a Fig Syrup Co. e MidkiH's line of buggies before their straw earrier in the fire. There are influences and examples of machine has been attarhed to the mill. many good men w ho have played their More than twenty million free samAll work guaranteed. hu Iocs was upward of $300 and the The individual members of this firm hands at the same wheel of fortune, ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve .i thresher company's loss was 400. distributed by the manufacare Messrs. W, R. Cleland and David and who, like Mr. Ramsey, saw vast have beenWhat turers. better proof of their coneadxertitenieiitof Dr. C .S. Wil-I- t To be Taught in The Schools. Chenault. heaps of wealth loom up in the distance fidence in it's merits do you want? It will fltewhere in this iaiiie Please Our Patrons." that nover materialized, but were soon cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the Our Motto, The Ijouisville school board is arou to read it. i & ranging a novel aid to the temperance swallowed up in the depths of poverty. shortcsts space of time. Douglas May Buy The R. N. I. & B. Wells. Thomas English, the well known and cause, sajs an of It reported that Shanahan & Co., toThe causeown Mr. Ramsey's attempt The Stanford City Council agreed to Mi kMimli h.is opened a geneial It is proposed to introduce into will is liie, is, of course, attritake his again buy the Richmond, Nicholas- Fort Eetill. the schools a course of study which ville, buted to his financial troubles. Just pay $2,900 per year for lighting the city Irine and Beattyville road when the eflects of narcotics and it is offered for sale next month. The whnt is his indebtedness is we cannot with electiicity. I i,ae the best and cheapest road will show alchoholic stimulants on the human Shanahans bid in the road for $300,000 state, nor can we state the amount for hi on the market. Truth wears well. People have system. I?y thus showing the children S. L. MlllKIFF. when it was sold last January, and af- which it is said he forged paper. The learned that DeWitt's Little Early the evil it is thought they will refrain terward turned over their right in it total amount of his indebtedness is Risers arc reliable little pills for reguof Mt. Zion church from cultivating The uiembei lating the bowels, curing constipation the habits. The variously estimated. The best infor- and sck headache. Thoy don't gripe. to Adolph Segal, of Philadelphia aa I Sunday School will give an ice mation we can obtain as to anything Douglas & Wells. Public Sale. the latter defaulted payments, and the re mi supper Friday night. Aug 2G. like definite amounts of indebtedness As administrator of II. B. Land de- Federal Court ordered another sale. The Doneleon Carriage Co., or the John Hansford, a Stanford boy, was Tho Shanahans built tho road, and and forgery is this The Clark County ceased, at his late residence, located Kt-- tuck Carriage Works, are seeking National Bank holds several notes, killed by a train at Harrodsburg whilo hold mechanics' liens on it to a large . struct our readeis bj their adve- about 3 miles south of Valley View, amount The road has been doing well amounting to about $7,000, about 3,000 asleep on the tack. Carvos road, on featurday, September 3, rts .i at Read it. lately, and it is thought that it can be of which is said to be forged. The 1S9S, 10 o'clock, a. m., his administraA (looil Memory Citizens National Rank holds notes to - The 'elegraph otllre will be moved tors, Oweu New by and J. B. Cuzick, made to pay. Often saves money and also good the amount of $5,000, all said to bo n fc"iturda to the room over Iliggins will sell the stock of all descriptions, conyou are troubled health. Clever Swindling Scheme. forged. B. A. Jouett, as tiustee, holds stipation, Ifindigestion or anywith of form and 31 rs. McCor-rji.- r crop, household furniture, etc Terms A I Us grocery. Mr. A clever swindling scheme is being a note against him of about $14,000, F. trouble remember to take k will reside upstaiis made known on day of sale. Capt. worked by a pair of smart fellows in Bush Hodgkin one of $300, and Mrs. stomach bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup home a I haM'oii handi now a full line of Tom Ferrill, Auctioneer. various parts of the country. One Martha Flynn one of $300. Then there Pepsin and health will be restored to 10c) goes through the country on a good are attachment suits of Fred Broad- - you. Trial sizes 10c (10 doses Goes to Missouri. liiu prraih' buggies, carriages aiyl road 50c and $1 00 of B. L. Middel-to! aons at low est prite. a lively hurst for $2 400 the Page Woven Wire large size aug3-lProf. J. Nathan Elliott, who so suc-- biecle and when he strikes - L. Midkikf. innvll Oaio lessfully and .satisfactorily taught the town he claims to bo hard up and of- Fence Co. for $400, Walter Strode for Madisonville chaiges its local laun R. I Potis will give auo her ice Kingston school last jear, has been fer to sell the wheel cheap to get some $1,000. dries and agents of outside laundries a No people were ever more shocked at or. mi supper at bin houe for benlit elected professor of Latin and elocu money, .farmers DoysaaraireDicycies on the 2L 15 tion in Woodland College, Indepen- and bite readily paying a small price anything than was this community at license tax of $75. f "Mler Creek chapel a wheel. After a few the news of Mr. Ramsey's attempt at for a dence, Mo., and will assume his ins for cream and cake. What Tommy Said. in September. It is a real pleas- days the other sharper turns up and 6tiicidc, and the shock was no less when of Whites Station, has Uncle John Well, what do you m. "White, ure to bear testimony to the high char- claims to be looking for a man who it was learned that he had forged the mean to be when you get to be a man? s ivl Miice Christma.1 from not more acter and ability of this young gentle- stole his wheel. He describes it well, naines of Matt Gardner, Thomas Gor Little Tommy (promptly) A doc than a hundred hens, $G wol Hi of eggs. man, lie is a most excellent teacher, given the number, and the owner has don and Mrs. Gordon to notes. He had tor, like pa. X as is another instance that proves Uncle John (quizzically) Indeed; highly educated, refined, and will prove to part with it. The sharpers raise all his life been a good, conservative to be, an alu-value ot .Mrs. ''Biddy Bougard." no one stood higher and which do you intend gain to the faculty of Wood- from twenty to forty dollars a trip and business man,-ana distinct lopath or a homoeopath? to greener fields. start in the esteem and confidence of the All G. A- - R. and Union .oldiers are land College. Little Tommy I don't know what opera people. them awful big words mean. Uncle requested to meet atWhite-BusReminded oi Old Times. Commercial Meeting Friday Night. John; but that don't make no differMonday. Sept 5, at 2 p. m. to make arThresher Upset. ence, 'cause I ain't goin' to be either Theboy had enlisted in the army We are requested to announce that a rangements to attend the Grand EnA most complete wreck happened of 'em. I'm just goin' to be a family mass meeting will be held at tho court slipped away from home and "joined September 6. ampment at Cincinnati doctor an' give all my patients Hood's house on. Friday night at eight o'clock the reuiment," and the old couple wor- last week to John Guun's engine, straw Sarsaparilla, 'cause Iny pa says that if Williamson will resume her for the purpose of Mrs. the old ried over it until the mother declared carrier and separator. As it was cross- lie is a doctor, he's 'bliged to own up Private School on Seventh street the Richmond Commercial Club. The cor that the old man must go after him and ing the bridge beyond Mr. Thomas that Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best first Monday in September aud would responding committee appointed at the bring him home. After weary jour Phelps' house, the timbers cracked and family medicine ho ever saw in his augl0-llife. I grateful for your patronage. recent industrial meeting are requested neys the old man reached the camp tho engineer jumped off. The wheels june22-3to be present, as it is likely the two or- and saw his boy on dress parade, and swerved and the engine tumbled over, Three prisoners in the Paducah lockbed, dresser, ganizations will be merged into one. heard the band play "Dixie" as of old, carrying everything with it. Not much up sawed their way out and have not A complete bedroom toilet stand, book caser centre table, This is thought to lie necessary in order and he got enthused and "hurrahed" damage, but sixteen men worked all been recaptured. in the c has been fitted upMoberley'smam- that the organization be made more ef- louder than anybody else, and patted day to replace the machines. An Explanation, fur- fective and that some place be secured his boy on the shoulder and telemoth show window of Bloodhounds. niture store. At night the gas light for regular meetings, etc. A good or- graphed home: "Maria: The durn Messrs. P. B. Broaddus and Win. ofThe reason lor the groat popularity Hood's Sarsaparilla lies in tho. fact looks so much like old times gives a cozy aspect to the pretty scene, ganization will be effected. All citizens thing that this medicine positively cures. It are urged to be present and take part that I think I'll jine her myself. Hunley are going to settle the blood- is America's Greatest Medicine, and Furniture Store. bee ad. Mammoth Send me my rifle and canteen by ex- hound question once for all, by care- tho American people have an abiding in the meeting. Mrs. G. W. Rickels will resume her press. Hooroar! All well." Atlanta fully training two blooded pups they confidence in its merits They buy and " "Winchester Leads, As Usual." music chvs in September and will retake it for simple as well as serious ail; Constitution. , now have, which they have named re. ceive pupils on and after the first Monforty-eigneactually happened spectively Richmond Hobson and ments, confident that it will do them Hopkinsville has sent A case of this kind day. p"g 17 tf gro recruits to the army, which is pro when Capt. Jas. B. McCreary was or- Christine Bradley, for the hero of the sood. ; Merrimac and tho daughter of GoverHood's Pills cures all liver ills. Mailed Two of agent Farris cats, at Silver bably more than all the other Ken- ganizing a company here in '01. for 25c. by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, nor Bradley. Creek, that were born grown together, tucky towns combined have contribMany Logs Lost by the Big Tide. Mass. It detached The other two, uted Louisvilie Post. have become A mineral well has been discovered heavy rainy spell Talsed all The late This is not correct. Two companies Six thousand negro excursionists however are still grown to each other near Paducah, tho water 'of which is spent the dav at Paducah. and are attracting much attention. Pity of colored troops were recently organ the streams and brought down logs so said to cure rheumatism. this freak of nature was- - not pnoio-gr- ized in this city and the bulk of the re- rapidly that the Kentucky river booms One Minute Cough Curo surprises For Sale. bed four kitten grown together. cruits were from here. Besides this at several places broke and many logs people by its quick cures and children a member of recruits in were lost. The Pineville Courier tells have 2,000 sheep and 200 head of may take it in large quantities with- Miss Tempie Oldham has moveJ Winchester has icgular celored regiments. Win about the sudden freshet there and the cattle for sale, at low prices. out tho least danger. It has won for goods for the months of the her stock of itself the best reputation of any preparor heavy loss incurred thereby: Rook, Address, of chester Jias probably seventy-liv- e Frank Julv and August intp the room back for colds, croup, tickation used A heavy rainfall on Strait creek and jy20-- tf eighty colored soldiers under arms and Merrielta.Ga, ling in the throat or obstinate coughs. bcli!egcl'3 Hall. Ladies wishing Milnight, that many white ones in addition. Cumberland river, Tuesday Douglas & Wells. linery, notions and underwear, will Among the cities of her size, Winches- brought tho much wished for log tide. Edgar Brown, son of Postmaster M. fcave money by calling on her. Joe B. Ramsey, of Winchester, who ter bears the palm in this respect. There was a veritable rush in the river, B. Brown, of Crofton, died of typhoid julyC-2so much bo that T. J. Asher & Sons fever. . tried to commit suicide, is charged with Winchester Demociat. were unable to handle the largo numforgery. The Woman's Home Mission Society, The testimonials in behalf of The Register Daily Suspends. ber of log that came abreast about 10 Sarsaparilla are written by Hood's of the Danville District, will be held at honest Seems as if consumption always picks Vm ;.ionw .iinrMi tomorrow at 9 a. m. The daily Register, which started o'clock Wednesday morning, and the people who want you to know what it out brightest and best. Fully one It sixththe all the deaths that occur m the A i umber of interesting papers will be about the time war began has fulfilled shears of their booms had to be opened has done for them. of of the its mission and since the strife is over to prevent a break. They lost abont world are caused by consumption. read by ladies from other parts It is evident that tho Princess of Mnnv things were once considered im Stat and a sermon on Missions at 11 it was considered best to return to its 2,000 logs before the rush was over, not accept the Prince's ex- possible. It would bo strange, if medi a. i.i The music will bo under the di- previous form. Tbe enture was a suc after which they got to work and canght Wales did did notjnake some pro oi this cess, rendred so by reason of the de enough logs to give them six or eight cuses for hisrecenfc accident at their face cal science telegraph anu teiepiione; nt aou of Miss Mnry l'atlie, gress. Tho value. . months' work. Asher & Sons bf.ve now mand for war bnlletins which it the phonograph, the electric light all city. were once impossible, and once it was Still this demand alone would in their booms over 20,000 logs, which Berea citizens wimt a pike built to hardly Impossible to cure consumption. That expense in- they estimate will make eight million have justified the 41 was before the tiinq of Dr. Pierce's Hate Lick. If theyjjwill guarantee to confeetof of lumber. The logs th.it they Golden Medical Discovery. Taken ac anil a shot gun at curred, and the unhappy guessing stat.ou Bob Gillen pulled the craft to shore lost will not be a loss, as the millmen cording to directions, this standard the spring night and flay to see thatlbe test scheme remedy will aire 'J8 per cent, of all with a cargo to spare. The printers. there will pay for them at the Inarket water is not befoulid this would be casos of consumption. Consumption men behind the guns," desenc prico, and the only loss is tho profit on and 'other bowel com"the is caused an d fosterpd by impurltv in worth the expenditure. Jt is, j some them. tho praise that belongs of right the blood. It is cured by purity and plaints to which chila delightful reeortand by building to Mr.ofDavis. Messrs. Pickels, Brad-slia- sawing & H. Tj. Asher also hove A. J. a large riciiness m ine oiooci surety, centumy jHjoplo would remain a pike thither our dren are liable there is. cured bv thei'Me"dical Discovery" It Harris, Stone, rf lucifns ad infini- number, sufficient to run their mill the in Madisun on hot siunnier days. The year; so now with us healthy fitst.li and yigor-- builds tum often worked from dawn until the remainder of the no medicine equal to latter is Irne of' Malfyrx . the dull season is over. There is plenty ous strengtu. inext morning's stars sang their last work for everybody. t i Dr. Pierce's Common Syn&eytfedical " a Vi To Tfciic A Riic. a First hymn and old Sol was standing Adviser, a,1008 pge medical wort, proIt'is estimated that 100,000 log casw bejienVfree on down tbe river yesterdayj. for-- a time Thomas Shearer. of near Ecrea, v,aa on "Big Hill. In it all was Davis, 90 fusely illustrated, wHl they iwwed at the rate of 250 per ln-- i receipt ofil oneroent .stamp to, cover JWH and the first to lake a itje in the aewpatrol onl v: Address.. World's Ii- - i ute, abeet 10,000 per hour. 'It wm iy t wagon Jut pureliKjed fur our city. The Djy'k J)ilj' thine, Mwjwd U SeVrl pQOtBHMH jnwo u a awour ww, i bt J 'iuHlr-i- chief. Cpt. ? HMtl.ffWIMWWi ,m0mmmmmm iwk - v,. ,'..V. ' . Salt-Rheum )KVf5oytr'5r.oor Four hundred barrels old corn and Joseph B. Ramsey, one of the leadfive hundred bushels No. one seed ing citizens of Winchester, w heat for sale. Apply to Mrs. Olivia AUGUST 17 - - 1898. Seed Wheat and Corn For Sale. Gregory, Fort Estill. Ky. 2t clerk, Secretary of Democratic County Four hundred barrels old corn and Committee, Vice President State UfUUwsfwVWUrfM''UbUw Watch For Them. five hundred bushels No. one seed Association, well connected VlertiPinpnts v ill be received C w heat for sale. Apply to Mis. Olivia There are several dead beats heading socially, industrious, sober and highly In THl (. LIMAX with the guar- Gregory, Fort Estill, Ky. this way who claim to le victims of respected, with a lovely wife who is 2t illation exceeds C sun. e that its the Maine disaster. They put up a now plunged into hopeless despair Louis Rector Shot. that of an other paper published. C wonderful story of hairbreath escapes, this man has gone wrong, and besides IxHiis Rector, who was sent to the and wind up C id Richmond. by soliciting aid to reach forging notes for about 15,000, swalpenitentiary from Laurel county Octo- friends in the North. They have been lowed poison and tried to end his own ber 17, 1S95, to serve a term for horse- exposed in several towns, and it will life last Saturday. stealing tried to escape from the Frnnk-fo- rt be well to be on the lookout for them. lr, llobson, DcntUt. THE OAUSK. years ty Lauu-dryman- Proctor Knott Cigar. Mrs. Jennie "Walker, forty-eigof age, died at Lexington. Winchester's Great Misfortune Bucket Shops. Beware CUBANOIL cures Planfm Cut?, Burns, Bruises, RheuIWIllViV B matism and Sores. Price, , Sold by Perry & Thomas G. White. Fuccessors to.W. 25 cents. patterns to close at Sic per yard, former price have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. L. T. Cooper, the "Quaker doctor" who was arrested at Owensboro for violating the laws agaiust empirics, was acquitted. 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 6ic to Se per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 124 to 18c per yard. will be sold Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie in this sale at Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. Fi-ancai- s y, We have recently added toourline of imported French Organdies about 300 new styles and the entire lot will be cloeed in this sale, the fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former price 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. ) ( -- ) 1 : o -- to-da- y All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hambures and Embroideries of all kinds, Paris Mulls, Swisses, (A White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash ) goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the 4) entire lot. ( Prices on all other lines of goods we carry ) including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, NoShoes, etc., have been made to low in thiH tions, sale that each and every item purchased will be ( You can't go wrong here. a bargain ) is -- ) - ) Remember, prices named oh our entire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be 'CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all "our stores. ca e WZ 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. (m We extend a cordial Invitation to every one to ) attend. s ) ( We did not intend to hold this sale when 2 2 e ) 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. hu-jhel- 1 Cali-fori- na - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. " wool-cardin- g Clay-broo- Nt r s- JvJft flHF AW ytf&hX AlT.?Jii? anti-tobacc- o e. . ADVERTISE WITH US, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE." . O m m: a Co - A "' t MOBERLEY'S Everybody Knows t- - iNfOTMH THE LARGEST STORE ! THE LARGEST STOCK I If flftX-- .tttO e 9 0 8 3 S3 .hns.! 5ss! n. Our Great f2s?W m new-dutie- s first-clas- til! THE FINEST FURNITURE! THE BEST A SSORTMENT ! o ilgS Midsummer Clearance Sale IS NOW GOING ON. Tti.M.u; a h m THE 210 ST PERFECT SATISFACTION. THE LOVrEST PRICES. (klkl to k Intended Furshassr. E 1 m w Q-sj- r E SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIVcent on any article you may want. PER Sure-Enoug- h FUENITUEE CAEPETS WALL PAPEE y .,. .,-- from $3.50 to 13.50 BY THE TRAIN LOJti). one such as we have been selling from $5.00 to $1S.00. ; -- Men's Suits $ j -- : BY THE CAR LOAD. ' ht : , i A. m m QUE YOUNG MEN'S SUITS from $3.50 to $7.25 are such as we have been selling at $5.00 to $10.00. the ton: ; ai PICTUEE EEAMES ; : Knee Pants Suits from 75 cents to $2.85, are such as we have been selling for $1.00 to $4.00. - I BY THE CORB.i Rattan Rockers, Sofas, lounges and NoveltiesYfor Gifts that take well. to-da- y at $1.50 to $3.40, are such as we have heen selling from $2.00 to $4.50. m mi Undertaking Tlie handsomest line It at $1.00 to $3.75, are such as we have been selling at $1.50 to $5.00. of COFFINS and "a graduated Embalmer, 2TR. MILLARD BROWN, our Funeral Director. ? sun-plie- d. Qu r Hats ingat i look when "what a Clearance you-intend ;s- 35 cents to $2.10 at are such as we have been sell-Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. afford to overbuying, and everybody knows Sale means at us FOR WORMS 5ir These are prices thatyou can't other-wiM- ?, MOBERLEY, Successor to Jl 8 "See our complete w, Collins.- - tip-to- e STRENGJ 'f,Aflv tffBVK Uvz-- -' Ji -- quick-footfe- tl wide-RWdk- e, AtS" y th B ri t. """ s -- JET "" -- 0 ti. r WWW v -- Tx 5 r--?. - . : J3 r 0SS - - V t wwMm &r3v . -- aKKrvsftnf . --- - . .. 112 u&jr.& S 'V J Pr'ntS ho Ws through ft I ALL WOMEN P'1.' M - " 4. , NEW YORK FASHIONS. Fr&nkfori & Cincinnati Railway. 1, 18J8 (In Ktlect May DATLT EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve I"rnkiort Elkhom. Switxer. Stamping 15 round Duvall Georgetown. -- . . ... Lve Oeonretoiu .. Arr Newtown. CentrevilW. Elizabeth Paris WEST BODKD. Lve Paris . Arr Elizabeth Centrevillc Newtown Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvalls. Stamping Ground Switzer .. Elkhorn. . Frankfort a.m. p.m. 3 00 6 30 6 43 . 6 51 7 02 7 08 7 20 ... 8 00 .... 8 12 8 22 8 28 8 40 -- 320 332 368 4 4 4 4 4 3 48 06 15 42 2 58 5 10 aun. 9 20 .. 9 38 9 48 ..10 00 10 40 56 -10 ....11 10 932 p.m. 533 65S 808 569 5 42 5 48 6 30 8 41 6 48 7 08 " " ... 11 SS ....11 SS 720 C. BERCAW. Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l SupU Frankfort, Kentucky. I. ...... .o O -.- 1 SS o 2 2 00 a r a K x 5 K 5 - 2 & c o rr o 55S55555 33S IBB EXCELLENCE OF SYBDP OF FIfiS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, Id tit also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California. Fio Syrup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Srnur Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par- -, ties. The high standing of the California Fio SrKUP Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8 AN rKANCISCB. CL LOUISVILLE. Ky. NEW TORE. It.T-Jan5-l- y o o 1 Rock I Man FOR o o 0. c XT. - 3S-SSS- SS c 8JSgSg err sc 4 4 (O O - CJ W Tire, ab, 3oTia&o Fonr of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. SSSS 3 rr Chesapeake a&i Ohio WEST BOUND. Eastern Express lor Louisville Merebead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V ML Sterling and Lexington Accom Kailmy. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. ... . 6 55 am 3 00 pm 4 7 30 50 am In the Pmdental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, Up Stairs. Je2-l- y pin EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 pn Washington Express Accommodation trains ran daily except Siin- day. Other train run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD, Agent L.&N.Ry., call on or write Richmond. Ey. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. . A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. nHHTHMHIH4H IT BURNS GAS? ' The New Acetylene Gas Bicycle Lamp. . t3gSBr-- NO M EASIER THI EYER. Wwl3fe kTZZSV nor SOOT, SMOKE, GREASE The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "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 Vestibnled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestitmiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car lor California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 18am Arr Memphis Friday . ...7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday .8 20nm Lve New Orleans Fridair .... 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday ... 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday Arr Elpaso Sunday 3 45pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 9 2pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday 5 15pm . DANCER territory. veivy ,tcan,'J- - or blow ont like an Oil Lamp. ABSOLUTELY ... j j j Lightcots of acwitan hour. Throws a rlear. white !i;lit 100 feet ahead. Send for circular learn about the. . . . . Greatest Bicycle Lac? of tic Tear . From dialer or sent prepaid Jor aI VVJ TI11 b Tlf Tnr Wiit Ecatt tt CiSfcriu. BAD8EH BRASS MFG. GG. ICEKOCHA, jly6-Cm Parties desirin-- r to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to comLouii-ville- VIS. municate with K. H. Fowler, Traveling Passen, ger Agent, Ky. Wsi. Alfmed Kkixo.vd, A G. P. A., A. H. Haxsox. d P. A., Louisville, Ky. C". icago. 111. dec29-l- y Iloadaclie bad? Get Dr. Miles Pain Pills. R. N. I. & B. R. east BotJSD. No- Time Table No. 33. Takinp Effect Mon day, May , 1S9S. 2d Class. g No 3 N-Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 1st Class. - I FARM FORg i Versailles Nieholasvillc Valley View Million . Richmond.. Union Moberlew Brassfield Panola A. M. 10 22 11 02 ' 11 25 '1 41 . 11 SS ' P.M. 6 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 A.M. 5 30 6 48 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 00 10 05 10 25 1 40 11 35 SALE The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at . . :. 13 M. 18 12 IE 12 30 12 35 1 05 ... Irvine west bocsd. Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond Million Valley View . Irvine .. on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa... tered. There is no better land in Madison county. No.2TNo. 4 No. 8 No. 10 It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by Ex Sun;Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Snn turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc within a halfmileofWhlte'a 8tation Post A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M 2 oo n 55 Office, ten miles from Richmond. . 1 05 2 25 .. . TERMS Sale will be made d cash, . 2 SO 1 20 balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, . 41 ... 2 47 Z 1 45 ... 2 address one-thir- .... WHITE'S STATION, Nicholasrille Versailles 05 20 31 "i 58 7 50 A I 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 ... 2 15 3 00 3 25 4 SO 6 10 Geo. D. White, feM-t- f "White's Station, Ky. Pi M. pTm. P. Ml All trains mnnprt with trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T.P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent, J A. M. I Tnllii c.i. jYRUPINDIGESTION. N PEPSI II CURES Checks. AGHNTS Y ANTED Vtilcanln-rs- . Presses. &u-c- C DR. CALDWELL'S l eb$OUTHERN OIV RfllLWflY. (IN KENTUOKT ) EehndnU Id EABTBOCKTIl RtencJLs. l- to sell our Printing-- ' Daggajro and Key end ttubtcr Stamp. Seal Prcsa-0ke. J. F. V. JXIKMAN CO 3. -I Ceet May 1. 1808. WAGES BF SIN A Book OUR RECORD No. L I Na 6. Lr Loulsrilie". 7.40arfl 4.06pta 7.45pm Ar Sbelbyvllle. 0.07pia Ar I Ji'renoeb'g. . 9.55am! CSOpmj BJCrpm Ar Versailles . laiwun ctepm lO.oepm Ar Lexington : '.TZ'X lia45am; 7)pm 10.35pm WERTllOCSU, No. 6. No. x No. 4. 7.4.Tatn ' A iftnm) K fKTT, Lt Lexinnon . . KlOam! Ar VerMiilIes...... 5.27am Ar I.a'reweb'g . 'Klaaj ftOpmlI 5.45am Ar Kbelbyville 97am, 6. 19pm 6.3am 10.55am 7.50pml t.60am Ai LouUvllie . ... Nal for Young and Old. WE CURE JiERVOUS Should know that the Tho serpentine skirt ruffles of early c "Old Time" Kemedy, summer have developed into double IK r aud triple skirts. during summer. Tlie fashion of ruilles is But losing flesh is losing revived They aro most effective on From an old scrap book. ground. Can you afford of fine foulard or taffetas. In tho winter of 1785 the legislature to approach another winIn embellishing house gowns, inserof Virginia erected a new county ont of ter in this weakened contions take precedence oredgings. a portion of tlie territory of the county dition? By far the smartest garment of the of Lincoln, in. what was then known Coughs and colds,weak summer, and worn alike by little girls as the distiict of Kentucky. Tlie new throats and lungs, come and tiny lioys lio arc yet regarded as county wan named after James Madii quickest to those who are babes, is the pique loefor. The smartson, 4 young man then prominent in a thin in flesh, to those eas- -i r est model shown by JJest & Co. has Virginia politics, who subsequently bey chilled, to those who d straight, front, finished came president of the" United States. have poor circulation and rj by four line big pearl bottoris. On tho 17th day of August, 1786, by Is the best for Fesule Trocbte- s- Corrects all teeoie digestion. A florid fashion in footwear is the lrreBUlarltleslnyemaloOrBans. Should be special invitation all the prominent taken for Chanre ot Lift and before stood the wearing of low shoes of yellow Plasters "04 Tine" Remedies have citizens .of tho country embracing the test for twenty years. kid, with terra cotta silk stocknew county, assembled at the house of Hade only by NerxSpcncrrMctltdneCo., ings. Tennessee. Major George Adams, about five miles g 1ashion rather emiles upon south wet of where tho present town to toilets, though they are rather ?erry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W, Richmond stands, ior tho purpose of of cod liver oil tvith decS-lQ. White. more characteristic titan stylislu ."organizing" a county court and ap does just as Upon many summer wash gowns appointing the otbr necessary officials. much good in summer as pear insertions put on to simulate CORRESPONDENCE. The following gentlemen were chosen in winter. It makes flesh tabliers or tunics. justices of the county court at this 01 in August as well as April. i A new fancy to bo develop in cloth meeting: Major George Adams, Col. You certainly need as COLLEGE HILL. and woolen costumes for fall is tlie ar, John Snoddj-- Captain Christopher strong nerves in July as in rangement of sevoral shades of one Irvine. Captain David Gass, James January. And your weak color, preferably, gray, tan or any Miss Kittio Hisle, of Richmond, and Bennett, John Boyle, James Thompson, throat and lungs should other popular hue. The bodico is of Miss Hisle, of Carroi county Ky., Archibald Woods, Nicholas George are be healed and strengthtlie lightest shade, and the sleeves and visiting Miss Mattie Covington. and Joseph Kennedy. These in the delay. ened without complex skirt are darker. The whole capacity of court, appointed Colonel All DmccliU, COc and fl. Mr. Ben Edwards opened a school at is relieved by belt and collar of briglit-hue- d r Tort SCOTT & BOWSE, Chemists. William Irvine their clerk, and investthe Forks school house, Estill tounty, velvet. a ed Joseph Kennedy with tlie dignity .Monday. Double or triple skirts fall and powers of the shrievalty. The Quarterly meeting was hold at the (Kenedy) would pay him by the one over the other. court, being thus organized and equip- he gallon. He then made a public procThe. newest wall papers are gaudily M. C. Church Saturday and Sunday, ped for business, then and there, in the conducted by Itev. Miller. lamation of his determination to pre- patterned in vivid colorings. house of Adams, held their first term. vent the court, "at all hazards," meetEvelyn Cable. Miss Mattie Griggs, 6f Winchester, The second term was held at the ing and adjourning that day. Estill is visiting her sister Mrs. Grinstjad. house of Captian David Gass, the south When you call for DeWitt's Witch took good care to first sell him all the Miss Julia Hamilton, of Richmond, end of whose dornicil was "appointed ,,' whiskey required, and then informed Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't is spending a. few days with Miss by order of the court, "the public goal him of the action of the court that accept anything else. Don't be talked Madge Wilson. of the county until the next court." morning. The excitement produced into accepting a substitute for piles, Prof. C. F. Brock and wife visited The third term was again held at the among the "rebels," as the justices of for sores, for burns. Douglas & Wells, his mother last week. house of Captain Gass, at which sesthe quarter sessions termed them in FIVE CAPTAINS. sion it was ordered that "the court their subsequent reporbto tho grand BEREA. house be erected at the place near jury, can be more easily imagined than There were five captains chanced to where Captain Gass' path leaves the described. Davo Kenedy, an athletic meet one Itussian, one Turk, one A big dance at Slate Lick Saturday great road, near Taylor's Fork on Sil younger brother of Tom's and recogreuenman, one American and one after noon. ver Creek." As the crossing here of nized as "the best man" on Paint Englishman. One proposed a o Taylor's Fork was on the road (on Mrs. Sarah J. Moberly's little boy Lick swore that he could and would supper, each one to give a toast trace) leading to Hain's mill, it was whip any man was kicked in tlie head bv a horse Friin Milford who endors- of his own native country or pay for universally known as the "mill ford." ed day and is in a serious condition. tlie mean aud sneakin' trick of the wine drank alter supper. and when the location of the court them Clays and old Bob Rodes," John Jackson, of New Albany, Ind., Tlie Russian Here's to tlie stars and house at that point caused a little vil while Tom declared with many and bars of Russia, that were never pulled who has been visiting relatives here, lage to spring up about it, nothing has returned home. mighty oaths that he had a good no- down. could be more natural than it should tion to march upon the new county-peMrs. Shear, of your place, took very Tlie Turk Here's to the moons oi assume the name of Milford. The e and burn John Miller's Turkey, whose wings were never clip- ill suddenly Sunday at Stale Lick. court bouse was a small, square struc- town to the ground. The boasting of ped. Mrs. 15. F. Gay lost a very fine ture built of 6tone, and everv tiling was Dave and tlie threats of old Tom finally The Frenchman Here's to tho cock milch cow one day last week with a diprogressing finely with the new county so worked upon William Kerley, the and its little capital until 1792, when young blacksmith of Milford a stout of France, whoso feathers were never sease going among cows in this picked. vicinity. Kentucky was separated from Virginia and fearless young blade he was, too and formally admitted to the sister- that he declared his willingness to The Americam Here's to the stars Your correspondent and J. A. Richand stripes of the United States of ardson was in Richmond Friday hood of States as an independent com- fight Dave, on "fist ana skull," on these America that never failed to defeat. business. monwealth. The first legislature of several conditions: 1. Tlie combat to The Englishman Here's to the the new State created a lot of new occur in the stray-pea friend of each rampant, roaring lion of Great Britian, Meeting Places and Officers oi Teachers' countits and made several changes in to see fair play to be the only other that tore down the stars and bars of Association. the geography, and.so forth, of a few of parties permitted within the enclosure. The Teachers' Association of Madithe old ones. One of its acts shifted 2. That botli were to have their hair of Russia, clipped the wingsof Turkey, picked the feathers of the cock of tho location of the shiretown of Madi- cut short and heads greased. 3. That France," and ran like h 1 from the son county will hold meetings twice son county from Milford to Richmond, if he (Kerley) won the fight the Kene-dy- s stars and stripes of the United States each month, as follows: August 27, a village located and settled seven Million; September 3, Union ; Septemwere to march their army back of America. years previously by John Miller, gen- home ber 15, Waco; October 3, Foxtown; Ocand disband it, and no more tleman, and named by him after the interfere with tober 15, Kingston; October 20, SpeedKndril 111, I.ir IVuh a Trjce Ch.tln. the court or molest its capital of Virginia, his native State. new locations. So confident of victory Mt.Oi.ivkt, ICy., Aug. 13. Henry Brad- well; November 19, Kirksville. This act ordered "Thomas Clay, Green was Dave that he readily agreed to ley, a wealthy farmer on Cedar creek, Oflicers: Miss Lena Clay, and Robert Rodes, the justices of the two this county, ended his life br hanging Palmer, Kirksville; Mrs. Florence first propositions and engaged the court of quarter sessions, to asem-hi- to persuade old Tom to agree to the himself with a trace chain. He had in- Dozier, Foxtown; Prof. T. C. Troop, at the court house in Milford in Jast one. In this he was successful, herited a largj estate from his father, Union; Mhs Nannie Tudor, Glade; the late F. E Bradley, and also accuApril, 1793 and adjourned to John Mil- and when he returned to where Kerley mulated considerable property on his Mr. Luther Todd, Yates; Prof. T. C. ler's new stable in the town of Rich- and Iiis friends, John Lowry, Waco; Prof. Solon Taylor, Rowland, were mond." This act, and the removal of awaiting his resort, lie signified Tom's own account. Mr. Bradley was an un- Million. the county seat it legalized, stirred up agreement to the final condition by the married man of C'J years of age. and After 1S00 it will be illegal to use the had been mentally unbalanced for sevthe bitterest opposition in the south quaint .nu curt exclamation. "It s a eral months. Arrangements were be- state seal and coat of arms in Massawestern portion of the county, know wedding, boy!" Both men then ing made to send him to a lunatic chusetts for advertising purposes. as the Paint l.ick section. Old Tom stripped to the waist and entered the Kennedy headed the enclosure, Newland accompanying OMAHA EXPOSITION Tltr Fourth Won't Go Yet. party. He was a man Who enjoyed the Kerley, and Dave Kenedy accompaLexington, Ky., Aug. 13. A telereputation of never turning Ids back nied by his brother June 1st to October 31st Hugh Uoss. gram from Assistant General Passenupon his word or leaving a threat un- Only a few blows were exchanged ger Accnt C. B. Ryan, of the Chesaexecuted. He held his own Hie cheap when Kerley knocked Kenedy down, peake and Ohio road, to Ucorgo AV. in a quarrel, and, if any thing, held the and jumpine T1IK GRANDEST EXPOSITION astride tho prostrate Barney, general agent mi the blue lives of others chapter still. He at onco bully began hammering his face to a grass region, Sunday night, says: (except World's Fair) over planned set about recruiting a force to prevent jelly. Kenedy scorned to acknowledge "Movement of 4th Kentucky regiment in the United States. Located within the removal of tlie court and its records defeat and bore the terriblo punish- from Lexington to Jacksonville sus- cheap and quick access of the entire from Milford, and on the day set apart ment without a murmur. He man- pended, by order of secretary of war." .Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at in the act for the removal to be con- aged to fasten his teeth on a finger of They will probably not. be moved to your own doors. Through tickets besummated, inarched upon Milford witli Kerley "s left hand, but yond Omaha allow stopovers. Rejerked Jacksonville, but go east instead. a force of three hundred armed and the unlucky member the latter vice-duced excursion rates to Omaha. Take out of the determined men. THE MARKETS. the Burlington Route the old and like grip of his antagonist's jaws, leavOf course the court was kept fully ing firmly established line to and through the flesh thereof in his mouth. Cincinnati, auj. 15. advised of Kenedy's movements and Fanally Ross, seeing 3 75 that Dave would LIVESTOCK Cattlc,comnion. 3 25 &. 4 W Omaha in any direction. 4 10 Qi select Duicners intentions, and their one desire was to suffer himself to be CALVES-F- alr Howard EMaoTT. Ii. W. "Wakeley 6 7j good light... 6 25 to beaten to death fulfil the behest of the law without a 325 a 3 85 G en . Passenger A gent. Gen, Manager. rather than yield, stooped down and HOGS Common .Mixed packers 3C0 &400 conflict with the desperate Taint Lick-erSt. Louis, Mo. 380 t 4 V0 I.lcbt shippers putting his mouth close to that of the FHEEP-Cho- lce 3 40 3 90 The only way to accomplish that 6 10 fi5l) d man cried out, "Enough!" I.AMUS family 3 00 2 73 would be for them to anticipate the arKENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Kerley instantly sprang to his feet, as- CKAIX 1Yheat-X- o. 2 red.new 73 ix, rival of old Tom and his force. Ac- sisted in raising his 'o. 3ml 68 R. IIS. CUE, PitsHrat, iHinjloa, Lj. antagonist from 34 Corn No. 2 mixed cordingly the three justices above the ground, Oats Xa 2 and was hailed as victor ilTERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM Rye A'a S. 60 45 named, accompanied by the high by MERCIAL COLLEGES. tlie crowd. Truo to their agree- TIAY- - Prime to choice ft 8 75 Sheriff, of the county, Mr. Archibald 0 75 Pork Tuition fcr Literary and Bible Coarse $22 a ment, the Kenedys withdrew their steam ft. 5 10 year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 Woods, repaired to Milford before day- - force, dairy & H and thus ended the first rebel BC11 Thousands Prime to choice creamery.. a 3 2o$ gymnasium. moral welfare of successful alumni. on me appoinieu tiay, wmi a lion against iiRiii, Social and of students receive 2 SO APPLEfcChoUc to Fancy.... the laws and constituted POTAIOEfc-Nc- w. special attention. Open to both sexes. For wagon belonging to Green Clay to T5 a s 00 per bbi... catalogues address the President. authority of the commonwealth oi f CHIC AG a haul away the archives to the new Kentucky, liut this signal discom- FLOURWlntcr patents 3C5 375. shiretown. Just at sunrise they en Wheat No. 2 fiture of their champion only intensi- GRAIN S Chicago spring.red.... CALL No. TO tered the Court house, when Sheriff fied 33 3JXSJ the bitter feeling of the Paint Lick COHS No. 2........ Woods made the usual proclamation Iso. L....... .... .... ... people against the new order of this OAlb fORK-Me9(6 ft 0 lt that the court was not opened, and the court. Tlmy not only reiused to pay LARD iK Sleam justices promptly adjourned to meet NEW YORK. taxes and obey the mandates of the 4& &s (3 400 Winter patent 3 again in John Miller's stable. The laEOi 4m& courts but threatened the life of the WHEAT So. 2 red ft TSJi COUN-records of the clerk's office were quick- sheriff if 2 mixed 39 SALOON PARLOR he dared venture among them. .............. ..... ........ it, 4) ly deposited in the wagon in waiting, To, OATS Mixed to ,18 placate possibly to get rid of WHEN IN TOWN. PORK New mess JO 00 &10 50 and before the citizens of Milford then a new county was formed in the LAltU Western fcj5 87 fairly realized 'what was happening, 11ALTIMORE. winter of 1796 for their benefit out of FLOUR Family h 60 m 600 capitalic glory had departed from thier Coolest and most refreshing-oregion of contiguous GRAIN WUcai-N- o. 2 village forever. Two hours later, the Paint Xick Southern Wheat 75 ?.X portion of Lincoln and Mercer, which drinks that can be found torn Mixed fij US shouting and yelling at the top of their was Outs No. 2 white 3l ZOXK named Garrard after the then in the city are dispensed Kyr-2 western voices, Kenedy and his men marched CAVILE-Fi- rst state executive, with the county-sea- t quality 423 JJ 4 60 "by and accommoin and took possession of the place. at Lancaster. dating clerks. Having established his headquarters INDIANAPOLIS. 2 a. in the deserted Court house, and enGenuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. You invite disappointment whan you Corn No.! mixed... & Oats No.. 2 mixed. camped his men in the square about experiment. DeWitt's Little Early LOUISVILLE. the building, the first act waa to crosrB Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough litWI aler natent . . 375 fj 400 Second St. over the road to the village tavern, tle pills. They cure constipation and FLOUR Phone. 3. , C8 fi CT 2rcd.... corn MUcd kept by Sam Estill, and ordered that sick headache just as sure as you take (i 35 Oats Mixed 3. RICHMOND, ELY. worthy host to supply his men with a them. Douglas & Wells. PORK .Mess &io a LAUD Steam 37i nub dram of whiskey all round, for which m ME persons say it is natural tor them to lose flesh : knife-plaite- d s iiiip CblU-Blrt- TRY -- double-breaste- Emulsion hypo-phosphi- Scott's CANDY CATHARTIC JOc 25c. 50c. SOO scpts-i- y n i, sporty-lookin- ALL DRUGGISTS. ..mi . tes yr m,. "As Cold As Ice." i;: W. m aeeeo ooooo ...................''.. w... Do yon need a Plow,p A Harrow, A Corn Planter, A Wagou, or other oo w O ww SO... II equi-dis-tan- t, This is the grateful ex--pression of the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled by ice .made from ess... FARMERS MWl 9 C O .. .. :..3 ...i2 (j (J a , so.e - pure distilled water by the Richmond Ice Facto- SSJgFTree delivery, in any quantity,- - and von short - llK 9 6 e 3 -- Qa. e... 89. e- We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plow, an Olds Farm Wagon. In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware, St" and Tinware. Tin Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. "to 6 3S es 9 9 S SO notice. "v." TAYLOR Bros. O 3 '."a a David R. Tevis, .MANAGER. i .j, (tutMeiiKtitiioKoisiitatoiiiitttettiit' uBOososoe8eeeeQ9o8oe njps; cham-paign- Read Thi3 We I have rented for 1838 the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or Ave other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorncy-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARRISH, an26-t- f Attorney and Agent. UK0. W. KHiEY Of Slielbyville, at Don't Know a Thin i ai m one-hors- -- n, Gents I have purchased a box of Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, drujrgist, 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. 9 i Wright's Celerv Capsules. Slielbyville, Ky., Slay 26, '00. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Kj, Recommends To About the color of footwear for next summer. Therefore we propose to sell every pair of our present stock at once regardless of cost. We will not carry over a pair and the price we are making- on them will accomplish the object. It will pay you xo can at once ana maice your selections. ! A. i H 3 4 :i li I M II .i J I t 1 H M Yours very truly, Geo. W. Rilev. m mm I I Vice-President- s, &YRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION. can think ot some simple Wanted-- An irasg to patent; ProtM-f- . Tonr Mma: thT ma-brlzi? Ton wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEKBDRN & CO.. Patent Attorneys. Washington. D. c, for their tlJSOO prize oiler and list o: two hundred Inventions wanted. DR. CALDWELL'S 8 vr.'jr.-s'-.u'.J- e Idea VTho lPr&&mfin JR ros, g Phone, iSTo. 21 li4MMjiiMaJJ...gB.x..xLK13cltm1w,.jt. First St,;: :. a V x. anti-remov- in-la- w Jflllf Anyone sending a. sketch and description may qaleklr ascertain our opinion tree whether an lnrentlon ts probably patentable. Communications strictly conndentul. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest aeency for aecunntr patents. Patents taken thronch lions & Co. receive tptcial notice without charge, in the A handsomely illustrated weekly. Larccst of any scientific journal. Ter.ns, (3 a rear: four months. $L Sold byall newsdealers. Saiera Mutual Imimi Company, Of Lexington, Kentucky. "FT ar Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c afest Investment .'. Largest Profits. OVER S104.000 PAID IN MATURITIES. OYER Scientific Jlmcricati. Branch Office. (S3 F MUNN&Co.36lBroadr. New York St, Washington, D. C 23-- $39,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. The Following Coupons Matured July, -I3I-- 1S95: Oot. f S 9 S s. EG0M0M1ST Ref.No. 3032 8S87 4033 Con. No. 4301 1859 4905 1953 5003 . Name. t. Address. .. I'.i half-dea- FLOUK-Win- ter RANGES ilVA'O- 40SI 4131 4180 4227 4274 4323 4375 41 IS 45(10 -- "" I'KOVIS-IOSS-Mc- s ' Lard--Pri- CO 1 4552 4S1S ly27-t- 4670 4753 48)7 4866 4312 4970 5027 50S7 5131 5180 5235 5290 5317 4135 AT4 TO . No. 5473 5529 5575 5&52 f CO Na up-to-da- te HOGfc-Wes- tern . Roofing, Guttering and General GRAIN-Wheat-- No. CO GRAlN-Whcat-- No. c 111 mMmmVtmm RELIABILITY Esti 1878 250,000 DISEASED! blood SKIN PRIVATE DISEASES 1 Trains I,'o. 1. 2, 5 sad 0 carry Free Observation Cbalr tars. ? 13. 4.ifipm', 7.4'tam Cv utvjl Ar Tf(.'pml0.r5am a.wna Ar 1. racTirgAr'.iripmi 85am Nlf.iTAT4o?kNkj2.No KICjm loSJamAr li, MEN U CURED tipni 7.2-!p- j.3ym 4.C-pi- ,r J .Uli?in,. arobtg.r; rASTHOc.tu. 7. Shim Li 4,4.1pm, 4.3Jpm 7JSam 7.25am wtsTiioUsn. .2. S.imA EASTIWtTXU. 5.1 1-- - J-N- t.lkbtnAr '.linm ILliam 7. JSpsa K3-p- l.v I R.jtfpni su l&ira Ar Ar.-tidwa- r 'No. l.4No.6S. oulsvil Ar KUvam' 75.jpm Uc;bvilA 9.27am 6. tpm -rsllci Ar Ruijm 4,15nm , lAri'TiajrilTr-LlrlTV.'- 250.000 CURED YOUNG MANnaglLr .norgtn Lr) ,, 7.1 5am' lUttn llts i.apci I.f Ar 7.lhim Liiipni Lt lalSim Aiiian'Lv 8.J0pmA 4A1 ftatios. Sr'lkTBODWo)'1 3 ItNo. 6,'tNo. 2. imiim J Nichlvl..r).gL4aEd,i.IITmi .ichmndLv, 6.05am 3. lipm lrviagfjijTtv,. i.Jjf5.qjpml VenJlCM Ar) 7.50am 7jpm B.0-m- werecommitting. Didyouonlyconsfder Sr l,V?a?ms of this eril Sm-:- i.. ino i- -your peril? Did yon later on in manhood contract any PRIVATE or 11 LOO D nu.M uuuioubuL ino icmDie crime you II I Eir. 'mPmCi Jr!Smr Be li "isi" Y. j-.- - Mciojuucuroii "j, cw njui, iaiaina; .m l'ir-mllfT- r iojounow mpioiBSZ u,.XJlrFreeBt eon- - btatkiss. tieaclat.-to-n iSciorilleT . v v. U';IJ-- . i Ulrtm 7 Tr-5- Ar Knomi:ic Ar AJieviil5; .i.l' Ar Arnnah Ar Jackvosville Ar ffcatiaaooga ATiunt at MuVon ... . Ar Ar Jacnaanvlllo irxcingham at Moridhul ... Ar -- 1 l(tspin 3.15pm s........ Klnaih nUUk ....i jj...rl ....... llipm . iwu j r...i.. ,;t. .iipm 6..'i,-.r- n 8.10-j- ne' IlIKE SOX." If married, tar, no V! cljtntlv r r t. " IT? ' i T.uS bn or later x- t?U8.? V crly l!n JJ " Lr caitanooga Ar New Orleans - Hiapmrrr . uuyuuuckWlupomtOUttO f th" eriffles mod noint hojroOT NEy.METHOD TKlAT- "1posmreiy care yon.- JK febows how thousands hare been saved br .w'rfKSr.rTllEATMENT. It proTS ww. 55 !t t "'H I - ;, - i rrTWll A ...... rr-'- fi . UU-TrafM'-i5t?S- i 11 w- - w9 4'1 VlfTPfTTniiTn wetjat nnH I VAKTrVm.T V CVi.irT, rrTiv ilS n iu.um w.JUn OY. wj' i'KA UNNATURAL CPOES,iCIftEK BLAJDDE KB. 8R1 DI8- earryin- l;ZLZUal.Vo.TI j, mikes cL, - .hrou.h Pullman Klnl , ..nn .i- - -- .,!:.Vr " n CURES GUARANTEED I i i ..z. :; :r wjiss?GSaEa v carries Pull-- ."'"-,i-r Slvr ' 'T jKlS1S4 a &n. ymu. "The Wares of Sin" f k. K 49MMrSa stamn. nilVRirt-TiTrAieF -" til,wb i us&oie- ia ca.li, vnu to, M i it ." jiiiAJsa. 3 ""r"--- I JHOl JiV . cv z w 4" "it at - man is a consumptive, the. chances are that, hi, children Wfflhave weak, rnidersucd tangs, and a predisposition to acquire the same diseaseT The young man who sagers frost bronchitis, weak lungs, spitting of blood or any which, if ne lecled leads eosIo consumption, may take Dr. Pterce's Golden MedifDiscovery with', almost absolute assurance of recovery. It ,. cures .98 per cent, of all i tte.delicate Sa SLtHll8?1" 54?V TinnrMifTj mi : uk nir . .. UW r?ni0'k.i&jH1.iL. oratioB, drives oat all hnparWes awfdiil baild aew aad haltW --- waea a joanr man aaka a tor his daachter's hand In marriage,father fatter if the is a wise,one, he thinks of onethin eqnal It as important es tip mm .L.i. soaalKaed busuieu standtef aad intellil ma, who suSers froa A3r?a?r health haaBonKhttomanywrtu' his health to restored. To do so is to commit a crime affainrtthe human raceWhUe all diseases may aot be dtrecUy inherited, the constita-U- 5 tendency to acquire them is i. Is a quality some newspapers have lost There is no sight of in these days of "Yellow" Jour word so full nalism. They care little for the truth I of meaning and a great deal for temporary sensa- and about which such tender and tion. holy recollections cluster as that It is not with the Dispatch. Tlie of " Mother who watched success of the Dispatch rest upon its over our helpless infancy andguid-e- d reliability. It priuts tiie news al our first tottering step. Yet the news and tells tho (ruth about it. the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with" danger and all ef ITS WAB NEWS SEHVICE Can not be excelled. It is. gathered fort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature by jfoity-lwwar correspondents and in the changc.tak-in- g eight fast dispatch boats at tho scat of place that war, and a salaried correspondent in the Expectant eyery important city in the world. Moth'er is enaTbe most critical period of the war bled to look fowill be during peace Jiegotiations. Get rward without the paper that fells the truth. dread, suffering or gloomy .foreOur Motto: If you see in the Dis patch it's so, and if it's so it is alwayS bodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. in the Dispatch. safety to the lives Its The Dispatch news service is now of use insures both Mother and Child, and she furnished by tlie New York Sun, tlie is found stronger after than beforeChicago tho Northern conhncment in snort, it Mjnakes Press Assiciatioir, tlie Leslie Syndicate Childbirth natural and easy;" as aud a staff of corresjfoiideiits in Ken- so manv have said. Don't be tucky. Tennessee and Indiana second persuaded to use anything but to none ou aSoutherniiewspaper. We club, with the Wtekly Louisville Dispatch; both papers one year for the low Bum of $1.40." MflTUEDT USUIIILIl "--she h mwmamem Job Work. ::;. 6533 5737 57S5 5831 5489 5933 5982 6033 6092 61 44 6222 62S1 6359 S40S 6449 6536 66GO Miss Ellen O'day, 505L Mrs A J Taylor. " ..,. 5103. Geo D Robertson, " 5201 W C Nichols, LouisTille, Ky 5319 Talitha Ueatbman, Lexington, Ky.. 5215 Louis Samuels, Lexington, Ky r . 5468 II A Welch, NicholasviIIe, Ky 5572. Bnctner McElroy, Lexington, Ky. . 56C0. Herman Littenhouse, Louisville, Ky. 5192. Lera Fong, Louisville, Ky .. 5655 R Arnsnicer. Lexinzton. Kv .. o,os. ... Stevens & Marshall, Winchester, Ky. 5811 . KJ Deitricb, Lonisville, Ky 5860 ....John L Fischer, Louisville, Ky. 5148. .. . .... Forman & Flood, Lexington, Ky 5922. Kate Young, Louisville. Ky . 6023 . Mrs S J Taylor, Lexington, Ky 6013 . Lillie B Younij, Lexington, Kr 6162 . . E S Porter, Louisville, Ky . .. 6015 . Sallie Bishop, Leesburg, Ky. . 6203 J D Purcell, Lexington. C336 Asa Dodge. Lexington 6383 . Francis A Powell, Lexington 6505 Chas F Steinwehr, Rockwood, Tena 6583 Perry Crosthvraite, Lexington.J 6665. J M and John Stain. Lexington 6623 . .. . Carrie Rapp, Louisville. 6790. .. . Maggie D Burner, Lexington 6839 . Sandy Jackson. N Middleton, Ky. 6891 - R F Johnson, Baltimore, Mil 6945... .. Maggie D Burrier, Lexington.. 7013 DBOood, Lexington. .. 7053. . .... Dr A P Taylor, Lexington 7105.- .Anna Schmidt. Lonisville. Ky . 7180 Phil Rarick, NicholasviIIe, Ky 7223 .. ..Frank Beenhart, Louisville 7320 John A Huguely, Burgin, Ky 7378 C A Culver, Louisville Sallie Sanders, Louisville 1 C L Spanglcr, Louisville,. C L Parker, Somerset, Ky . '. JIrs Geo D Robertson, Lexington, Ky...... Geo D Robertson, ' Geo D Hobertsou, ' S J Tavlor, Ji . 50 M 27 m se ""I'll . .. 38 3 2sa ... 29 59 32, 50 K 59 5i 32 32 W 31 5 . 32W 71 71 . . ...Zi ... . Z.L Z 31 S 31 50 23 50 n - " 71 "1 64 Sit .. J (1 ' 26 58 38 50 IT..7 69 69 t 29 50 29 50 25 50 27 50 26 50 -- ... 28 50 23 59 25 59 . . " " ' 6 59 61 52 56 61 29 59 56 56 56 49 52 42 43 45 45 45 61 S.. 59 41 tl 32 OI 97 27 50 26 50 K 41 26 59 25 25 25 22 59 59 4' 97 97 97 75 47 J9 50 23 50 19 50 20 20 15 19 19 17 . 6611 j. 66JI 5760 6807 6851 GS33 . . . -- a E931 6971 7021 7090 7135 7227 7268 7321 7361 7413 7481 7535 7579 7619 7650 7811 7886 7027 7979 SU1S 8U54 .Robert .J & John Skain. :JHiss Alice Adams, Louisville Amanda J Brittingham, Lexington. ..Mrs uattte - Hecnt. Louisville Sue 31 Gentry, Danville,' Ky .Thomas L Given, Flemingsburg, Ky.. ..Lafon Riker, Uarrodsburg, Ky- . .w H toia, Lexington W H Ford, Lexington . TV H Ford, Lexington. Wells, Georgetown. Ky .... FHNorton, Lexington. . J a ennsman, Danville . James Ravencraft, Lexington. Maggio Smith, Lexington.. ... E F Gaines, Danville. J D Purcell, Lexington TheMSrnlng Herald, Lexington .. Miss Anna Knoble, Lexington ... Emll Ilhardt, NicholasviIIe, Ky. -1- J ja jb jonn stain, ixington LexingtonM 2t59 50 50 22 59 76 02 02 02 4 SI 50 59 50 50 50 50 50 50 3,5 4. . 42 47 42 38 40 3S 38 38 35 38 35 33 26 31 31 29 31 24 29 26 26 24 IS ,. -- . 17 17 17 16 17 16 15 12 12 15 14 14 11 59 50 50 50 sn 50 50 50 3J4. 17 17 02 17 47 12 63 69 47 IU 31 03 03 08 74 03 71 45 69 23 69 .. . . uanviiie. j sBunrisman, Madisonville, W Casaidy, . . o. Mother's 8101 3140 ..- -. 81S8" 32ST 8271 8315 - , Friend . yia.the Oueen& Crescent Route from silpoints south, to tbe t Tranjs-Missiissp- pi - JLov Rates ExpoAitioB, OmatuCJune I 8SC'2 ..' 8389 8427 8464 8.ll J , Victor S Lea vel. Lancaster, Ky.. Kate s Brown, Lexington.. ...Kate S Brown, Lexington ..Kate S Brown, Lexington .v.. A S Bowman, Lexington.-- .. Georgetown, Kv. ... S . T-- Crutcher, N icholaaville. Ky ..Thos A Ballantyne, Cincinnati, Q.. Tbos-Ballantyne, Cincinnati, o.... Shookum, Gulci a. Pool, Lexington -.- Shookum Gulch Fool, Lexington Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington. Shflokuta Gulch Pool, Lexington. ... : Shookum Gulch Pool, Lexington Gulch Pool, Lexington . --- w J Lougnnage, Lexington E W LeCain, Cincinnati, O Marv Atkins, Lexington.. O S Williams, Burgln. Ky. Q. . 13 5i 14.51 j , - 50 13 50 12 50 12 JO 11 50 .llf-- 12 fO 12 M 12 50 11 , ... ,- 1150 10 SO 6 50 26 69 26 69 26 J9 21 47 21 47 12 12 2147 S. 1H 650 1150 u - 11 JO ' 24 47 21 47 2147 21 47 21 47 -- , ' 8W 86.-J-J . S68S 872.) 8?73 8812. , -- luter-Ocea- n,' wti. Jj 899o ,.RCMorcin. .. John WaIb,Mayviile, Ky ,Hon' W C P Breckinridge, Lexington .. ..John K Allen, Lexington . -- Alice Num. Louisv jonn . Leww, ueorgetown, Ky Mattie Hervey, NicaolasvillevKy , Lexington. r JJrake. Drand Rapida. Mlcft. a . -,- , i ,100 .1010 11 50 .11 50 llf0 2147 . S50 10IO 9 SO so 22 26 22 24 17 41 2147 20 06 22 2". 17 20 C6 ,yg T ' SJ V 2016 M "HSf. . OR FULli IKPORMATION" ADDRESS lnterRatlonal'flUetiBff, BHffald, -- July-14-17- . MQTHERFBiEHO "Mvwife sutTerpd mora.inlen . Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tlie ifefit&rive iuilye world for Ouie. Bruisua, Sures, UIeo."Saltitbemii Fever ijoresj Tetter, Chapped Hands, Ohlff blaiiis, Coiu,.antL ,JKruptiontr, aad jfositively cures l'ilee, or rub pay ire- quired. JtwRnaranteed to jjivepwfect atBtacuon or JBOaey raldadti.. Price' ;ceiiteer box. Ujir sal;by lwiy: Ttema JJrui;rr8awe3M to W "til , t!-i- .iT "f, ntea witlreithe'r of. Tier 'other iwowchil- jircn than ,'etie.diuMtojrettwr with licr, min- - conclave, Indianapolis, Awgiiat fw mas, M-- a. " , . SMITH .BOWMAN, Secretary. : kii.-J2- o- -j write : UM ,, M. !. ,.J'"smrfclwJLvi2.12?r V ik, uwi wam to'J """ aeol. keep an 4 t IELT Wwl X ft3i ' W iai ' ties rif Mother 'ajfriehd.' Mewirir.Sio' xmr oue expectinirto "bef some a.'MOTU.Xil,' OiaXBMMax Dixat, Camn, iaysa-ootireK-l last,- - havinjf.prevKMialy used, iour'bot-- ' CtnctRMti, u.,iSeptsalkT5-iufcs REiiaiiipiiient , 1808- .ro 1WS. A. T: MILLIOM, LI Afeit, RicMawi, oatly i Ky. . Losr":e- - ' o '1 ' Lexington, Ky.' lSltisHwJBV'tml!9KWa''W'W SSj j WTmYmaW mmmm.imW'9MmmWmmWV-Wwm-W- - ,t- - : y ! m.Enauir besetted. , Fcoofe areamri. T .wa. -J V niyip .JMt'.beca as . T .. - ' SP' tjl ;JUr IUi, Rl 0XaktrcfctrA;BU ftK'rtWtrs.Ior pp.-to- i d, P. jLjf&tfmi&i 0..c for trOF W. C. BweTfci, a -- KJf. flf.t-r,crrwir1Uttva- mW. sfmsmsss TC? V.HHMt 7-- 1n.. ' . 'Mri MtMSta OfllnnMttMLtriMtfmMil traMBWiMM book oatetM&z wnta orivrM. ! Tmi totoraMUtae ior tot f Md fait N MotftN, 4J (? tmbum, r. ftfeta reahrttwi BiebnoB THO s-,.. Bnv,Hr . ttvwno. Wn Ujs :iii rippaper wrectorij Ky., ieeontoawy prl watty eesUy fke PQ CuoMjc weekly, Is erwHted wiik t JBdwaoud or ia irmHiijt, JM-jee- t jnvsefts an tb vcmmwwn fmnFna&dtBU to. i IftMiteoB Cmmatm.. ,gym tci