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Dr. Mifes' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1898. NUMBER 12. NAVAL PARADE. Battle-Scarrc- GAIhEKIKGA F0RTLQNR0E One of the Effects of Tobacco. largest F.eets of War Ships Ever Aeiiible(t in uu Auirr.dn Purs Seventy Teasels. 20. Royal raakct the food pure, wholesome Bad delicious. TRAINS COLLIDE Seven Persons Dcad ni.il Twenty-SiWounded, Some Fatally. A x B8S8SSaSSBS il Moved Cruisers and War Ships Into New York JIarbor. Washington, Aug. One of the largest The Hearts of OurNaval Heroes Cmltlened by the Kur.tl Welcome IZxtentleil be a Million of Itrhil.c Am-- r cans In the MctruKli. New Yokk, Aujr. 2i New York and tUe nation have fitly Saturday signalized the appreciation of the republic of her victorious fleet. An imposing naval pageant of warships has been received in thq harbor of the largest city of the country with acclamations of delight and admiration and ovation from shore and from the gTeat floof all sorts of craft on the water especially tillas jrIIE excessive uso of tobacco,jurlous 1 by young men Is alirays Ib and has significantly given to the returning heroes some idea of the esteem undoubtedly shortens life materially. a Mr. Ed. C. Ets.cn, compositor on tho and admiration in which they are ffeics, llartlnez, CaL, rritcs; "IhaTO by the people. used Dr. Mile' Iicstoratiro Nervine and There was very little friction in carmuch 1)eneilt from it. I ras troubled rying out the programme and no more vrlth nervousness, dizzy spells and sleeplessdelay than was to be expected. The ness, caused by tho use of tobacco and stimulants. I took Dr. lilies' Nerrlno irith citizens' committee left the foot of good results, allaying the dizziness, Cortlandt street on the steamer Glen qulctlns tho nerves, and enabling mo to Island and proceeded down the bay sleep and rest, proving In my caso a very followed by a long retinue of all sorts beneficial remedy." Dr. Miles" Eestoratlve kcrvino is especially adapted to restoring and description of craft. St tho nervous system to its normal condition the mayor and committee of under such circumstances. It soothes, heals ten debarked and boarded the police and strengthens. boat PatroL vt. Junes- ucmcaies S2- Dr. The ceremonies over, amid tho aru tuiu uj uii Mi!cs' hoarse shrieking of steam whistles under a positive guarantee, first bottle Nervine j and the hosannas of the throng on benefits or xroney reshore and water, the mayor and commestores funded. Book on dismittee returned to the Glen Island. Health eases of tho heart and Then came the event of the day. nerves free. Address, DE. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. There was cons derable wigwagging on the gray battle ships, and tho police boats formed in line. Then PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. came the Glen Island, and then tho battle ships began to slowly move up ArjorTsrs. s the bay. There was a salvo of. and the cheers of people and the R. W. MJL.UER, toots of thousands of whistles made an indescribable din. attorney-at-law- , Soon the monster pageant was in Kkstcckv. Richmond, line. First came Adm. Sampson's flagOffice m the Burnam Building, next door to ship New York, theu Adm. Schley's fcb3-lTanner's National Bank. flagship I'rooklyn. then the Massachusetts, Oregon, Iowa, Indiana and . Texas, and after them a moving mass of all sizes and diheriptions, with flags waving and people cheering. The AttohxeY-at-Lagreat battle ships moved slowly and - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, As Gwernor"- - Island majestically. Office over Taylor's Hani ware store, op- was passed there was a tremendous posite Court House, on Main Street. report from the guns that did o much execution at Gnantanamo and Santi ago. The people on shore and afloat II B. HOGG, went wild. They yelled and creamed, ATTORNEY AT L.lir. wand flags and jumred up and down Kentucky. Richmond, in atriotic fervor. And so it wa- all the way up to Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 Grant's tomb, where there was a final demonstration of patriotic fervor such as New York has never v. iinosscd beJ C. & D. M. 01IKNAULT, fore. The pageant was viewed and .1 TTORNEYS A T LA r, liundn-dof thousands of Kbvtucky. cheered by waRichmond, people. It a magnificent scene and one never to be forgotten. O'lic on Second street, over Chen- Adm. Samcson, loi king far better suit's "rocerv. than when war commenced, is very of his glad to get home. PHYSICIANS. crews, and especially the crews of the Indiana, Iowa and New- - York, who have had no shore leave for seven DR. H. K. GIBSON, months, he said: PHYSICIAN AND SURG EON, "They have born their privations in Kentucky. a manner beyond all praise." Richmond. And summing up what has been one of the most successful and important th.-- Joe ("elms building, iS and so Office in J Street, over Wnnc ..old drugstore naval campaigns in the history of the Contra-Costcd mar-Tciou- our army of but Sharon, Mass., Aug. 21. A frightful customers. We are now offering many rear-.-n- d collision occurred in the great bargains in Corsets, Black and rSSi Sharon station of the N.w York, New & Colored Dress Goods. Haven & Hartford railroad at 7:00 Sunday night, v hen an express train Absolutely Pure m nhich was running as the second section of a long train, crashed into tho first section, composed of local cars. YORK. CO., & As a result six persons uore killed and 2C seriously injured. The injured to Uoston on were nearly all CUTlIftG DOWN EXPENSES. a special train, removed met by amwhich was Our line of Wash Goods is complete and bulances and surgeons. The rear car at most attractive prices. 'UK Retrenchment In Nearly All Rranches of of the local train was completely de the Army Follow Cessation of Hostilimolished and a portion of the second ties Many Workmen Discharged. car, while the engine of the express Va6UIIgtox, Aug. 20. Retrench- train was crippled. The dead are: Franklin M. Waters, Somcrville, ment in nearly all branches of the rmarmy is following close upon the ces- Mas?. lL Mrs. William J. Fitzpa trick, Boston, sation of hostilities. Notably is this m her granddaughter, Mary Fitzpatrick, the case in the ordnance, quartermasSo when you visit the City don't fail to enter's and engineer bureaus, where the 10 years of age, and her grandson, five ular navy. roll your name on our roster to fight high prices the supplies required and the years old. The navj- - departmenthas not yet de- need for & and cheap material. Remember we will proA woman supposed to he Mrs. Watmen employed for the exigencies of Everybody surrenders to Battle Ax. termined what ships will go to Haord- son, of Westerly, It. I. the rV4P5vi tect you in every purchase, large or small. vana, San Juan and other points of war no longer exist. In the vari& Mrs. CL II. Briscoe, Revere. There is no greater hardship than to be denance bureau the force at Cuba and Porto Rico. There is felt to ous arsenals is to be reduced The injured, some 20 in number, ar prived of your hi no hurry about thii until ths au- in all cases where this can be accom- mostly Boston people. thority of the United States is fully plished without detriment to the The two trains which were in the established throughout the islands. service. The Rock Island arsenal collision were usually combined into In the meantime the matter of policai probably will be affected more than one long train, but as the traffic Suning the shore points is being considany other. There before the war day was so heavy it was divided, the ered and in Avu time a number of the rfF7p&rjiiyfP vvv ir 5vv tt ?v tp V? ZTZfxSZ r &S A f. 5v r SvNr-- s r2?Z. 240 men were employed. When first section running as a local accommm pagHe :jKperaHGCE9J. 3iM-3- , light draught auxiliary craft and some about y the peace protocol was signed there modation, while the second, which oJ the single turretid monitors will be and any one who has once chewed Battle Ax were approximately 4,000 men en- started from Mansfield 15 minutes used for this coast patrol. will give up most any thing to get it. 10c. buys gaged and orders have been issued later than the first, ran as an express. As many naval ve s Is will be cenwhich will reduce this number by The local train due at Sharon at 7:02 a larger piece of Battle Ax than of any other tered about the Wist Indies from this Before and during the war was 13 minutes late. It left Mansfield time forward, the navy department large kind of high grade quality. numbers of contracts were made on time, making two stops, and had will send the new floating dock, re- with ordnance firms for supplying ma- lost IS minutes between Mansfield and cently bought in Now York, down the was due in Canton Juncterial. In many cases these were coast to Pensacola, Fix, where it will made conditional so that they could be Sharon. It tion, the next station beyond Sharon, be kept for docking the war ships. At terminated within a few days after the ahead of tho express that point also there are good naval cessation of hostilities, and the depart- two minutes should have passed It train, which w orkshops to be used in conjunction ment has in every case availed itself of on a curvo with the floating dock. 1 he dock is this privilege. At the end of the civil there. Sharon is situated and both the outward and inward now being coppered, and will be towed war the government had outstanding tracks are protected by eloctric block to Pensacola as soon as the September contracts for furnishing a large num- signals. gales are over. ber of big seacoast projectiles, but After the accident it was thought ESCAPE OF GEN. AUGUSTIN. as these were regarded unnecessary the block signal protecting the inward WILL CONSIDER THE MATTER. when hostilities came to an end, amic- track was set at danger, showing, ai .Sii.mUh Resistance Was Merely Nominal were made with it was intended, that there was a train able The Amrrcin Loss Was 40 Killed Zero I-- Thomas lii.su Claim for $0,000 the companies by which their con- in the station. anil About 100 W oantfed. for Damage to His Property, lutracts were cancelled. There was no warning given by the ll ctcit br Infurluteil Soldiers. At the present time contracts are in conductor of the Mansfield local to IIoXO Ko?g, Aug. 22. Officers of the Sax ,Fa;.cisco, Aug. 2a Zero L. existence also for furnishing sea coast show the approaching train that the steamer China, from Manila, which Thomas, whose home near the Presidio projectiles, but as the government is track was not clear at the station, and has arrived here, report that it was was so badly wrecked by a mob of desirous of obtaining all contracted it was not until he was within 400 evident resistance the that soldiers last Monday, has filed a claim for, there will be no necessity to resort feet of the station that the engineer of of the Spaniards uhen Manila for $5,000 with Hrig. Gen. Miller, which to such action as was taken at the the express noticed anything wrong. was attacked by the Americans was he claims is due compensation for the close of the civil war. He immediately set all brakes and merely nominal and was made solely to The quartermaster's department is whistled the warning, but it was tod maintain the honor of Spain. The damage done to his property and for skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced Or r.ny of those the injuries inflicted on his wife and dispensing as rapidly as possible with late to stop the express. here through vanity, but to call attention to tins advertisement, and the fact that ofliccrs talked with express the belief charchildren by the infuriated soldiers, such of the transports that were It crashed into the rear car, splitting that the escape of Gov. Gen. who were trying to gain possession of tered and for which there is now no it asunder and completely demolishing Augustin was and Who has reconcentrated all of his son to lynch him for striking a necessity. Considerable labor is in- it with the exception of the roof. Its was well understood by Adm. his experience of more than room brawL 15 rig. volved in this work as a board of sur- speed was not slacked until the engine Dewey. A dispatch soldier in a bar from 'Manthirty vears in the PAINT and Gen. Miller will consider tho com- vey has to be appointed to determine had penetrated fully five feet in the ila, WALL" PAPER business, The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where he ha IS, says August dated the various incidental questions that rear of the second car. The escaping the total number of killed on the plaint the knowledge been for over 31 years, in the good old town of Richmond, and still ready to wait thereby gained witli all his en- on Iiis old customers, and as many new ones as will favor him with their patronarise pending the return of the vessels steam entered the car and badly scald- American side during the attack upon Precautions Taken Acalnst Yellow Fever, ergy and industry reconcen- age. His stock is being added to constantly, and you will find you can get to their owners. ed a number of the occupants. The and capture of Manila was 4G and of Washington", Aug. 20. The war detrated he expects to be worthy goods cheaper and better there than any other place. An thing he tells you is In the engineer's dopartment the roof of the last car was forced on top the wounded about 100. The Spanish Give him a call and encourage partment authorities are not alarmed of and to reconcentrate nearly just as represented, and you can rely on it. and je29-6all the demands for Wall Paper, home trade. were 200 killed and 400 wounded. about yellow fever among the troops services of electricians, mechanics har- of the engine of the express and re- los-cShades, mained there as the only portion ol The fire of the Americans did practiWindow Picture in the United States, but a close watch laborers engaged in the work of Frames, Paints, Oil, Glass. cally no damage to the town or to the is being kept at all points where there bor and river mine defense, and of the car intact. Varnishes, Brushes, Artists' adjaEngineer Getchell and "FiremanJ is the least danger. The three cases boatmen employed to patrol the The Americans had and Painters' Supplies genercent waters to warn approaching craft Holmes, of the express both jumed considerable difliculty In keeping the at Key West are the only ones report- of their danger also are being disally. He makes and keeps for unwhen thoy saw that a collision was world. Sampson says: sale everything in the business ed in the south and no additional cases insurgents out of the city, only admitGetchell was cut and ting those who were without weapons. in the largest quantities. Note "The navy has been fortunate. We have been reported in the last three or charged as rapidly as is consistent avoidable. CHAS. HOOKER, the Reconcentrado Prices: Wall He stated bruised about the head. have, I think, made no mistakes." days. At Montauk Point there with the good of the service. while Five insurgents were shot four I ETERINARY SURGEON, Paper 3 cents, Window Shades the accident that he left Mans- looting at Tondo. An insurgent offHow much Sampson contributed to are several suspieious cases, but if it after poor logic to agree that complete 10 cents Picture Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. field promptly on time and there was icer became involved in a quarrel with the success of the war, the efficiency of is yellow fever, it is a very mild type. Frames, glass, backing, screw all meats arealike. Our meats no incident until ne was witnin uu a Spaniard in the tscolta, in the his service and the splendid manner eves and cord, 8x10, 2.) cents; are the best. We killfirst- Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. he directed the largest fleet ever under 1Cx20, portrait size, feet of the Mansfield train. Then ha ISinondo suburb, during which the Protest Acalnst Low "Wages. d up stairs, over store recently class cattle, is why we have mouldmoulding, $1.00; saw the rear lights of that train and Spaniard fired upon the insurgent, Baltimore, Aug. 20. Local garment bv lticlunottd Harness Co , East Main St., the command of one man in the hising, SI 50 The best Mixed apr7-lRichmond, Ky. shut off all steam. Meanwhile he had inflicting wounds in the latter's legs tory of the United States, probably workers are wrought up over the low Paint in the market for $1.10; of Richmond's patronage. whistled for brakes and used every ef- The Spaniard was arrested and imwill not be known or fully appreciated prices paid by contractors for army Carriage Paint 50c and 75c per 77". C. JJSFJSR, M. D until the history of this war is writ- uniforms. A meeting of more than fort to stop his train. Those that have not favored quart, all onr own make. Yon prisoned. ten. Every one of tho killed and injured Medicine and Surgery. one thousand can le a free and independent members was held a proclamaus with orders in the past Gen. Merritt has issued The health of the fleet is excellent Thursday night to protest against the Reconcentrado by doing all were on the Mansfield train, and the tion decreeing that the provisional Office Collius Huildinir, MainStrcet. will be convinced, by giving ships need docking badly, the In low wages paid. your trading with only explanation of the fact that tha government and the local authorities Telephone nt rei'lence (the Cur place) on The Contractors only diana. Iowa and New York especially. pay 85 cents for the manufacture oi us a trial order that our Beef, l!roiida. number of fatalities is not larger is shall retain their offices and that Kentucky. The first named will probably require and other Richmond, Mutton, were all in the for- everything shall remain unchanged the overcoat and cape. Workers claim that tne a thorough overhauling of her maj are not excelled bj any market. of the car in the act of for the present, except so far as the Meats, ward end that they should receive 82 per day, but chinery. 209 ff, UK STREET. There were supreme jurisdiction is concerned. V. EVANS, M. D., alighting at the station. only make They refuse to make P S. Having bought in the last 60 Andree Keported Heard From. about 30 people in the last car and The proclamation further declares coats at the present price. of V. nil Paper from two Touoxto, Aug. 22. A special from most of them at the time of the acci- that any native who resists the pres daysof the largest factories in Philadelone No Extra Session of the Senate. SUKGEON, B. C., says: ritYSICIAN AND Yictoria, dent were either upon the front plat- ent authorities shall be treated as a phia, we received from the President n vegetables snch as Beans, Potatoe., Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, Washington, Aug. 20. Senator Can"News from the north is to the efform or standing by the door. &c &c., canofbe found in our market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage, I of the Company a very Complimentary - - - - Kkntucky. law breaker. Richmond, thanks, and in conclusion he stated. solicit a continuance same. fect that Prof. Andree and his balloon non, of Utah, who has been in WashMary Fitzpatrick, ten years old, was Gen. Jaudenes, in the course of an uYou are a regular Recoxcentbado" have been heard, from, but there tire ington since congress adjourned, will taken from the wreck, but uncon- interviow had with him by a correROUNSBVELLE WIIJ5MAN. We plead Telephone 103. in the DR. T. J. TAYLOR, at jio particulars as to whether the dar- leave for his home in a day or two, (American scious, and died jest as the special spondent, said he knew the fight was Euilty Wall Paper business. We guess to the indictment Mackey Building, Main St. may25-l- y Praciilwner in Medicine and Surgery, Boston. Twenty-twing aeronaut is alive or dead. It is al having received positive assurance train started ior a hopeless one, but that he intended we are, or else we would never have be no extra session of NATIVES Kentucky so stated that Dr. Nordenskjolde is re- that there will N. of the injured were taken on this to resist the Americans G. M. W. Richmond, in the name of been accused. the senate this fall, as had. been for turning from his sjarch." train and four others, whose names honor, but was persuaded to surrender and residence on Second Street. some time anticipated. Senator Can- Volcano of Lopev', in the New Hebrides they refused to disclose, remained in for the sake of the CALL AlW Rock, Ark.. Aug. 22. News non believes that an extra session will Islands, After Tears of Silence, BeSharon. Litti.e He eulogized the Americans for the comes Active Again. A large corps of surgeons and two reached here Saturday morning that follow adjournment on March 4. STJ3GEEY. Z31TTAL humanity they have shown. tw o hotels at Hot Springs w ere burned undertakers arrived soon after the ac "NO. S.mWtT tx. The last official act of Gen. Jaudenes The Surrender of Manila. Cal., Aug. 20. The cident and immediately set to work to , San at 2 a. in. and that six live-- wcrj lost was to fine a journalist for speaking MANAGER. Madbiv, Aug. 20. The government Brjtish steamer Mildura reported on relieve the suffering and care for tho "oteoxv and a number of persons injured. The "Dt. "OaXauvvuc has resolved to insist that the capitu- its recent arrival in Sjydney, 2J. S. W., bodies of the dead. There were very the truth. The journalist requested loss i about S7o,00J the corrcspon lent to state that he had of SALOON PARLOR DENTIST, The hotel destroyed were the Wind- lation Manila after the signing of that the inhabitants on the Island ofn few lights about the portion of the loyally done his best Tor the country. Best $2.00 and $2.50 the protocol shall have no effect in the Ambirr, New Hebrides, were OP Louismllk, Kr. WHEN IN TOWN. stories, and the National, the accident occurred and He had thrice been punished, had sor, two track where peace negotiations unfavorable to last month by an eruption of the surgeons were compelled to do Building, tyOffif next door to Government to 4. House in Louisville. three stories. 15oth were frame strucfought bravely as a volunteer, had Spain. In any event the government the volcano of Lopevi, which shook their work in total darkness. EichmSnd Ky. Office hours 9 to tures. novl-lcaptured and released, and, fur- Coolest and most refreshing' v been that the capitulation, having the islands to their foundations, fc; n vfc; C. B Frye, select man of Bevere, The dead, so far as known at present, holds signed by the been commander of the and many thought that they Mass., one of the injured brought to ther, was ready to fight again, but was can be found of drinks that arc: government town, does not entail the surrender of would" sink into the sea. The this city, is dead, making the total "utterly disgusted with a Four nice rooms for rent. W. M. Hughes, of Tusla, L T. mch2-6in the city are dispensed and a nation which tolerates and welthe whole of the Philippines. seismic disturdance was prefaced by a number of dead seven. U. T. Wells, of Marked Tree, Ark. and accommoHob-so- n, by comes the Americans." Houses were blown down hurricane. Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. The 5Sd Iowa to Be Mustered Oat. Serious trouble is threatened by the dating clerks. Norwegian Bark Sank. and nearly all tho lighters on the Washington, Aug. 2a The secre- beach wrecked by high surf. Dwellto postoffice. Eng., Aug. 32. Tha insurgents because they were prevent- Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Aijienbueq, next door tary of war Friday ordered the 52d ings were cracked, split- and parted. Norwegian bark Uimbus, Capt. Niel-so- ed from having their own way They now in camp at Iowa regiment, Volcanic sand and ashes fell, and fearbound for Sunsval, Sweden, was assert that they are able to render the )R. FRED SMITH. to proceed at once to Des ful noises came from Ijopevi, At the sunk off here Sunday in a collision islands untenable for anybody. Second St. Phone 3. Moines, la., where they eventually end-o- f DENTIST. about ten hours ashes covered with an unknown steamer. No lives will be mastered out. RICHMOND, KY. the island to the depth of several were lost The Nimbus arrived at A MILITARY over Collins' Grocery, same office GOVERNMENT. ' lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bnrgio. janl2-l.inches. Lopevi had been inactive for London on July 35 from Tadouscc, Que. Itesnmptlon of Itegnlar Trlpv IS Liverpool, Aug. 20. All the local hundreds of vears. The Inhabitants ot Manila Fear They Will KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Death of Mrs. Judge Sajje. IR C. MORGAN, shipping firms sailing under the "SpanMcKlnley Can Xot Attend. Be Itestored to Spain Money lu Lebanon, O., Aug. S3 Sirs. .Era Ltragtw, Ij. R. Ill CiTB, Pwil-tish flag to Cuban and I'orto Rican Wabhixgtox, Aug. 2a the- Spinlsh Treasury. President Corwin Sage, 07, wife of United States ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR MEDICAL, AND COMLITERABY, BIBLE. ports have announced the resumption McKinley has sent his regrets to the Judge Sage, died here at 11:40 SaturWhen dandraff appears it is usuMERCIAL COLLEGES. DENTIST. ally regarded as an annoyance. It of regular trips xvithin the next few Cincinnati committee which invited day morning. She was a daughter of Losdos, Aug. 22. The Manila cor- Tuition for literary aad "Bible Course ta x over Sladiscn National Bank, should Be regarded as a disease. Its weeks. iu,ww him to attend the G. A. E. encamp- the late Tom Corwin. jly6-l-y respondent of the Daily Telegraph in year,. More t&an twentyof rescuers. sjamnl. successful Richmond, Ky. gymnasium. Thousands ment. Only unusual considerations presence indicates an unhealthy conttocial and moral welfare of student receive a dispatch dated Snnday-says- : Open to both sexes. For A Narrow EsCapr. The Sure La Urippe Cure will induce him to change his mind. dition of the scalp, 'which, if neg"Gen .Merritt has proclaimed a gov- special attention. the President. Jlytf-catalogues address Thankful words written'by Mrs. Ada He declined to go to tho naval demon lected, leads to baldness. Dandruff There is no use suffering from this ernment of military occupation. The Br, ov SVvoc should he cured at once. The most E. Hart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken stration in .New York. Still, he will Ldreadful malady if you will only getthe news of the armistice arrived on'the HON. C. T. CALDWELL, the cure is found with a bad cold which settled on my be less pressed with great duties in right remedy, xou are having pains ICtli. Itis feared that the. Americans effective means for termi&T8.VR. It lungs, cough set in and finallyTJoctors three weeks from now, and as he in- all through your body, your liver ia out may restore the Philippines toSpain No.SC West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, inAYERTS HAIR VIGOR. Ky. , on tends to take a brief rest,he might be of order, have no appetite, no life or and thus nated in Consumption. Four will be at ilr. 3 B. Willis' , Richmond, rea fresh pierod ofParkersburg, W. Va., Ke.com ptimotes the growth of the hair, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Klh. 1898, fr stores it when gray or faded to Us gave me up saying X could live but a induced to go to Ohio for one day. ambition, have a had cold, in fact are of tyranny, extortion and rebellion. jnends Wrights Celery Whifh ia known to be the best all over this r returning every second Wednesday oi each original color and keeps the scalp short time. I gave myself up to my Gens. 'Wade and Itotler Believed of Present completely used up. Electric Bitters Th? Spanish guarantees for freedom Capsules. ' jS(C r . f month. Reference, every physician of county and State. Duties. Savior, determined if 1 could not stay febl6-lare the only remedy that will give you of the press and religion and for just clean and healthy. Ky. WAsncfO'ftix; Aug. CO. Maj! Gen. prompt eaith, would .meet administration are useless unless un"Forjnore than eight years I was a.greatly with my friendfron and sure reliefv They act fine line of O. K. RANGES and COOK Pakkxbsbcbg, W. Va., troubled with dandruff, and thongh yountr my absent ones above. My husband James P. Wade, formerly in. command on your Iaver, Stomach and Kid- der foreign supervision,( D .ffclfACUKandEnzriMATiSHrellfivea man. mv halrwas fast turning irray and fall-Jasaary,26, 1995. IVby Dr. Miles' Kerre glasters. STQVES, the most complete line of all Sd army corps at Chiclcamauga, j in" . OMw "The Americans iound 8600,000 ineout. Baldness seemed was advised to get Dr. King's New Dis of the neys, tone up your whole system5 and x Inevitable until I beg&a to The Wright Mkd. Co., covery for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. ana Jua uen. M. U uutur, in com- makes yofi feel like a new being. They the Spanish treasury. class of farm Implements and Shelf Who can this Columbus, Ohio: of a division of the 2d army J" "Foreign opinion is loud in praise simple Wanted-f- ln I gave it a trial, took in all, eight bottles. mand at Falls Church, were Friday re- are guaranteed to cure or price'rerund-eIdea of some patent? WW' Hardware in the market. thing to corps pf "the American com- Ee tjmbjt . PrntPfTt yrm n wtfh It has cured me, and thank God I am lieved of their present duties in order Gentlemen:! havewace Keveaa-beFor sale nt Ferry and Thomas of the action w1te JOHN WKDDEKB&RN Attor CO, Wjs mandersin excluding armed rebels Wright's Celer-- r Caales i - " iY do saved and now a well and healthy wo"rs, WasMLgtrto. D. &.ror their Patent .J 894, ami find tkeato'-heatupon the dis- Drugstore, only 50c perbottie.ana list ot two hundred Inventions 1A prtsoofle fronutha city.' There is good reasoa" wantedman." Trial bo ttes free at Perry and to enable them to enter ii first becaH taking; tbB I charge of their .important duties as aaveil to relieve Thomas Drug Store. Regular Bize 50c members oi tho commission charged wkileatHotSpniHBa.Jlik. under treat- It's a cold'daywhen there isn'tsonio Manila from that azc. 3 pill 1 00 guaranteed or price refunded. meat for Sciatic Rheamatuoa. Xaver sad and with the'esecntion of the- provisions of reference among fho larapraphers S'lHiiah' trouble. ConetiMtioa "which. I AJ AX TABLETS POSITTTELI CUBE 1 A.X.r,lrTrou ZMre Failing Mora the peace protocol regarding the evac- about lnakffjjrrHav, etc. A""i orT.lmDotener. Rleenleuneca. etc esssotl eased From JTalL h4 luted a toe? sufferer. 1 Mal (M ' 'Emishk ctk." Ky. ,'. Au. 33: The Yellovri Haterr Caneutee wave br Abase cr other Exemses acd Indie-Sagastsfo sagacity sh"bwedit6e!f t uation of Cuba by the Spanish troops. , wrmtnrm su udi iuIh : " 'vAn tmporlanl Addition calHnzfhjiiHself" X&W.Sr Carter, andj Yrrn the bJinniw aol'baT;aL'thMB 7 restore Lost VtinUtj in old or Toang end , last. . w nil t. nvor funee. "nrt uiwihuf c t wws-- .!. DBotw or marriage. nw . , J uoasampuon u 'sore"-- insect' toHielteoTthe world's most valuably claiming' to hail'f row PertRoysil, this licited, reewrimefid them: to' MsytuieT pJtnr iinwj Baa jtor nronen Barfaeea. t.cL .!. I with Kk aStctious orJabr - , It Can Kel b Prtwa. . modiclB8""''ii 'Dr. JBell"8 hi tee. burns, skin diseases and especial 8acCsMuraWafciicVBWM Jt.gsntry, all wtflferiBft hi!K;lh;,,lI1 ,.fce ceanin Aisx Tablets Ther the ly piles there jSjontfireliable remedy, "Honey.S Harmless in- its nature,, yet' X." $SS2iIS?ihoua,ul',n'l'l"llettrHjTO. WOBivepo The dandruff has eea that Dr. 'Bell's oi Utm. YeryjMkly yootw, 5 v Richmond, Kx. entirely removed andasyu, beet cough and lung retriedy on "earth BeWitt's ,Witch.Bazel Salve. When airaosc mwiiiDio in lis- action, iws .unSEHW ."L5S. 50 CTS.. As-- : ihc g. ' tABUBT-CAIWLi.T 'aliflrt. ,..!.- - At am, soft, smooth- -' i) a a yea do this and v'aacilPlbr DeWiti's "'don't accept doubtedly y the inostcef8caciqusJ;inea&8 eaped, Iroroilcihidsvf SH iT and Rlossy and fasfrep,- aidcae you will try it., If wrapper H?" frvtr.rkK.sifSrrtreVtmentvforSasa. I Dnifjii We. n raoir o? aaWVwT.S of.curiug eonhiobldg, counterfeits or frau"d8.s!iYnHwilU.nQt known" bIBN "- AJAX with f - wttfc- REMEDY CO,, tomtomriVMmmxS CUl !3tVV A&2, A3sta, dm'fcree right : whr 5f Witch ami kindred die8sVi G&od.dcuagiata falm from Duhuy fee dUWKHntd. baotel Qaiekv sBMSfflM. 1 w v i Jils,Kp4 W nWilswWi sell it HfiSimlllBdtabiXirit eaWjiswmj- lAwguMt k ":iib. D.b wuv. fTir. Tomp-kinsvil- le of war ships ever assembled in an Am rican port will be brought together within the next i.w days at Fort Monroe. Already 57 war ships are under r.lcrs to assemble there, and the orders still to be issued will raise the total to the neighborhood of 70. Naval officials say it is difficult to realize the extent of such a marine aggregation in one harbor. The orders began issuing last Monday when five ships wtre ordered to Fort Monroe. On the lCih another hip was added. Oa the 17th eight more were sent, and on the 18th 17 ships were added. Friday's orders include IS more ships. Jicfore the orders began issuing there were eight war ships at Fort Monroe, so that the total up to Friday is 57. The movement of these ships northward Is due to the close of hostilities, and more particularly to the desire to get the ships away from points of possible fever infection. Thev will now be put in thorough repair, and their crews will be gradually changed from naval militiamen lo sailors of the regfl.-e- mi akP POWDER BAKING POWDER MEW ROYM. Tr.ln Station Win it Wn at tli Kxprr.., Without Wnrnln-- , Ittiit'ided a tnrrn unit Crashed Into tho Stan In.; Tniln. An & Not for war, VOLUNTEERS WANTED! to join '4 WASH GOO DS m pj In - -- C2b W j. fed Organdies, Lawns and Dress .Linens we lead tne town - s - urug-pls- ts tf S Run ieax, PLUG S ri?i me,White -- &- Gibson. sa jfewiv5avvyvav3iv 3i.3liwE0-SAZiSAScs two-third- s. can-nou- s y Remember the name you buy again. THIS IS sea-goi- J. STTZ-iZLiX-V-i- T, A 1 - Reconcen NOT s - tiilo id. :p. .a.:r,:vi::e:r,7 F n m. s See-o- n 27- Richmond Market It's ch accu-piey iMlSHilil ij --- --- s ii Pork Si-2- 5. car-loa- ds Fresh Fish Recieved Daily. Rad-dish- Home-grow- i Consul-Gener- Hong-Kong- .) o PANIC-STRICKE- Fisa-cisc- " mwm up-to-da- te panic-stricke- 12-- 1 y .ft" j '"" "' D, B, dandruff - n, Chick-amaug- a, ee. y J. 0anyerous I u Shackelford fatajS n k Co T5tXs, m t, '!? m m M ce Capital Wagons, Ms I kikii U 2l "&ewueV.'aDsVL S & Bicn-mony. d, " I di-ret- ly 5bvA Sh-- -- m U . Jxyers d' V; recoa-meHde- d. .feT are prepared to the best class of J& MADE ME A MAN r -- wmmp jtSsBSss-r- m .-' Jrafr thefc-firmne- ss -- -- - -- r ' tBratrrelif . h " "- Pine-Tar- -. MM it. LVTl. ". :S1. 1 wf ,v -- Pine-Tar-llon- ey " -0- - - vTs,7affiyore V VJL'W' to-da- witltr-IMWirf- HedSoieln-BIcha0ad'IK- y- 1 " f : "K . i, S3" X' "J -- t. jami - , -- " y n,"7 1 -i ?' tf&.-Zs- ? . & V- - " " tbrtWj, r JT - Hm "I' ' - iiii e fzkL &fefefe ft .rjF--Z- "li - a. v aJPS V If SSL-- L ass X4i r 1; 1 . JN ztuk. Jlx y - -- -- a"i-- , p, - f The Richmond Climax. POBL1SHKU KEKV WKUXfJDAV BY fei ll fills Thg Climax Printing a PRICE B. WOODS, Associate Editor. Go. TKIt YEAR, 24,- $1.50. - 1898. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. "Vk think very little of the Democracy that can unite with the Republicans for a few paltry offices. Winchester Democrat- - So do we. But this was attempted when McKiuley and Falmer downed Brvan. j Wp SI Tiik dispatches say that when Gens. Lee and Wheeler met Wednesday in Washington they hugRed and kissed in rapturous delight. The old fellows m must be Eating dot?, or women are scarce, Stanford Journal. t, of the Mt. Sterling was Wednesday appointed Deputy Clerk of the Court of Appeals by Mr. the newly Samuel J. Shackelford, elected Clerk of the Court of Appeals. Tub Climax rejoices in this recognition of Bro. Haven't, valiant services to the Democratic party through the ex cellent Mt. Sterling Sentinel-DemocraSentinel-Democra- t. Cait. W. T. Havens, formerly editor m As perfect in style and durability as in fit. TO FIT TIKIS en en a t-TO "m"rm m-- en TO FIT THE FOOT TO FIT TUF DPTTIRSIE . c --J-- - -1- - 1-" THIS WILL STIR THEM UP! The Trade "Will be Green effect of the Goebel election law to When Senator Goebel explained the With Envy, the Cynthiaua Convention many Demo crats changed their opinions of eaid law. Senator Goebel has only to say a few to his bill to win it words in friends. It is to gie the Democrats and all others interested, a fair count ofotes fairlv cast. When it fails to do this then it will be time to con demn it. Cyuthiana Democrat. Rigister, please take notice. But What's The Odds? rerd Commencing this week we will of the Finest, Barest, Choicest 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 price. SEE A New York regiment at Santiago laid down to escape the fire of the Spaniards, and American troops be hind them had to march over the pros trate forms of those gallant men from the North. There's a regiment that never got any closer to the battle field than Chicamauga, because of the geographical location of its home, never a man of whom would have laid down before the enemy until struck by a vital spot. "A Kentuckian kneels only to his and yields to an only when he yields his life. Lebanon Enterprise. " en-oa- iv WALLACE " fe$ Hox. G- - G. Gilhert will address the Ha! What treason to Republican we here? A regiment Madison county Democracy and all principles have of white volunteers disbanding before others, in this city, on next county court day. In making this announceit ill salute a negro company! Alas, alas! But there is more and worse to follow. It was the blue stomached Sixth Massachusetts that dealt the blow to the blue gummed niggers. Why this thuness? Why not hold up the arms of the colored man and brother for whom they fought, bled, died and draw pensions? What's the matter with Massa chusetts? Georgetown Times. ment we, first predict an able, eloquent and confldencing speech by the gentle man from Shelby, whom the District has nominated for Congress; and sec ond, we bespeak for him a rousing reception by the Democratic voters of Madison, who will rally around his banner and give him their undivided support. Tiik Republicans of the Eighth district are experiencing some trouble in getting a candidate for Congress. The election of the Democratic nominee in regarded as almost certain and consequently the eninty honor is not very enticiin: to a Republican. Hon. John W. Yerkes, of Danville, present Internal Reve me Collector, and the strongest available man of the party iu the distriit. positively refuses to make the raci'. This leads to the belief in some quarters that Mr. Yerkes would like to make the race for Governor. Georgrtown Times. Tun actual cot of the war will be about SXXj,000,WK). of which 5141,000,000 has been paid out directly. loss was 503 killed The Ainerk-aand 1,465 wounded. The Spanish !ov was 2,190 killed and 2,91S wounded. This does not include American soldiers dying iu the hospitals, on soil. Thirty-fiv- e Spanish vessels were destroyed, no Americans. The territory lost bv Spain in this short war of four months includes: Cuba 41,055 square miles; 1,031,030 population. S Porto Rico, 3,070 square miles; population. Guam (Lndroiie Inland) 150 square miles 8,000 population. In addition the Pnilippines Islands, 52 050 square mdes and 7,000,000 population, will be of by the peace Auit-rican Auditor Stoke says that he will not pay the expenses of the State Election Commissioners without a mandamus even if the court declares that the crea tion of the Board was legal. The Audi tor is a Republican and like all Repub licans he is trying to make as much trouble for his political enemies as possible. If the court decide that the Board is a legal body, however , there will not be any trouble about the mandamus. Speaking of the action of Auditor Stone, the Stanford Journal The Register highly compliments the Election Commissioners, of Madi son county, winding up thus: "All are honest, faithful and coura eous and the right will be done in ladison " The following is from the same ar ticle in the same paper: 'The Register opposed the Goebel election bill when that measure was before the Legislature and it opDOses it now." The logic of the situation would seem to be that the Register opposes an honest election in Madison county. If it is good for us why not for ALL? says 'This centleman must stand in with the lawyers of Frankfort, who get fat fees out of the State in mandamus cases. He recently put the trustees of the House of Reform to an expense of $700 or SS00 to compel him to pay the appropriation made by the Legislature." of S03,-70- nii-pos- commission. The question of how much is thought the negro bv the Republican party will come up for settlement in the apU proaching Congressional ol campaign. R. C. O. Benjamin, editor the Standard, and well known as a politician, lawyer and minister, has shied his castor into the ring .and will demand recognition of his purty. He does not expect to receive the nomination, but is particularly anxious to see what chance the nogro has. There are already two aspirants for the position from the Republican side, and the out come ot tne contest as between prominent white Republicans and a prominent and intelligent negro will be anxiously awaited. Whoever may secure the nomination will be but a sacrifice before Owen Settle, the DemWe have decided to close out a line of ocratic nominee and present Represen Youths' Lawn Chairs. They are a lit- tative. uwenton JNews. tle under regular sire, but really the smallest thing about them is their The editor of the Stanford Journal price. They are iu several colors at is mourning the death of Newton Vaughan, "who," he writes, "next to a brother, was the dearest friend I ever knew. Born near the same time and raised on adjoining farms in the mother 200 Easels and Screens, costing from State, intimate from infancy, play five to six timo the prices they are of- mates, schoolmates, business associates fered for here, will be placed on sale in early manhood, brothers-in-lait this week from is but natural that I am deeply, terribly grieved. Newton Vaughan was natures real nobleman. Brave, open hearted, generous, affable, lovable, ho seemeo norn lor success, in every un dertaking, 'rarely touching anything that did not turn to gold." It is rare that such devotion exists between men of their relation, and when it endures, in all its strength and 55 piece English Tea Set, White Chinai purity, to the end of life, there Is just lirandeu witti gold, lor cause for the great grief which the survivor now feels. Mr. Walton writes as one who has parted with his own, and confesses to a love for the dead man which outshines the tender love of All of our $5.00, $G 00 and women. We envy him his grief for in $8.00 Lamps for this sad hour his tears flow from a heart whose devotion, he is sure, was All of imr $G'i3, $7.00 and g i not unrequited or betrayed. Face to $SCO Lamps J)4aUu n face, heart to heart, they lived, hence the sordidress of avarice and the base ness of ingratitnde are not dregs in Souvenir Cup and Saucers. A few piecs ft 'ut Glass. ids cup of sorrow. His is a sweet sor 5D wd'iu Clo'k-- . row, a griei we envy, lor lie will ne,ver pir of Unc-- Brae at less tbx.n livk with anght else but craiitudo up A ci.st of in iiifucturing. on the circumstance that rast their TlielltiH fcalitile ImtKfii, hut there lives together. The ending of 6iicl are niH'iy gKi tiling ft. All n in sullied friendship is truly sad, but West Window - (dewo uiaiked. Take the consciousness of duty done Is a look. solace in such grief. The separation of friends, the estrangement of brothers-in-lainduced by heartless Bclush-netiis more sad than such a death. It leaves wounds thatoften seem to freshen as time grows old and the cursed lust of greed thickens about the life that was once so lovable. MAHS'.AND ROiU)WAY, "For there are aone who caa be so Lexington, Ey. erael as those that shoW be kind. CF.Brower&Co Lie Tilings 75c. With all due respect and considera tion for the ability and availability of the other distinguished gentlemen mentioned in connection with the Gubernatorial race, the News rises to remark that the nomination for that honor as properly belongs to Hon. P. Watt Hardin in 1899 as does the Presi dential nomination to Hon. Wm. Jen nings Bryan in 1900. And where is the Democrat with so little of the milk of human kindness in his soul as to urge that Mr. Bryan is not entitled to the nomination? The positions of these.two distinguished leadeis are in this respect analogous. Both fought aud both lost. If the defeat of one renders his impractical hie, the of the other is for the same reason also rendered im practicable. But we cannot be influenced to believe that such is the result in either case, or that defeat has weakened either, but on the contrary believe it has strengthened them with their party and the people with their cause. In all Kentucky, Democracy has no braver, abler, truer champion than P. Watt Hardin. A martyr to the faith that is in him, he is entitled to the greatest honor his party can bestow. Georgetown News. EIGHTH DISTRICT OFFICERS. :25cto$1.50 A Few Others.. $4.50 Dr'-vlea $3.50 rn The State election commissioners named the county boards Tuesday. Madison, John B. Chenault, (D), W. A. Langford, (D), R. J. Clay, (R). Wilmore, Republioan. Anderson, Sneed Gibs, (D), J. P. (D), N. E. Saffell, (R). Boyle, J. H.Baughman, (D), Thomas H. Fox, (D), N. D. Tunis, (R). Garrard, W. L. LawBon, (D),C. H. Robinson, (D), G. Pherigo, (R). Lincoln, J. P. Riff, (D) . B. W. Givene, (D),B.B.King, (R). Mercer, J. M. Moberley, (D), Chess Noel, (D), Rep. to be selected. Rockcastle no recommendation yet. Shelby, George Ballou, (D), Virgil Lewis, (D), J. W. Bonta, (R). Spencer, A. J. Massie, (D), Isaiah Yocum, (D), ThomaB Harrison, (R). Jessamine, John H. Welch, Democrat, Hugh Ii. Scott, Democrat, Will J. DEATHS. Shakp. Wm. Sharp, aged 80 years, died at Boonesboro, on Monday. He was one of John Morgan's inen He was deputy sheriff of Estill under Sheriff Benton when" Hawkins was hung there, and subsequently was hliftiir. His remains were shipped to Irvine yesterday. Evans. Maj H. A. Evans, son of n Rer. Morris Evans, and. here, where he used to live, died at Sulphur Springs, Texas, of typhoid fever. He was a graduate of the old Kentucky Military Institute, had spent most of his life as an educator and was 30 years of age. Twelve years ago was married to film Martha Polk, of Harrodsbarjc. He k survived by hie well-know- t-- i J CfiBrowerACo n MtU-l- - r I I r C.E.W. wrt father aad awtbw. "" I' Mr. W. R. Letcher has returned from Danville Advocate. Mrs. Jas. P. MacMillan and daughter, New York City, having declined the handsome offer of a lucrative position Miss Georgia, left on Saturday for In with a largo Arm in thnt city. He, has dianapolis, where they are' visiting the concluded to perfect himself.intlielaw, former's cousin, Gov. J. A. Mount. for which he hns studied two years at Miss Georgia will shortly leave for Ful ton, Mo., where she has accepted the Yale. Miss Belle Root has returned Irom a chair of elocution in the Presbyterian Synodical Female College. Having! visit to Mrs. Walker at Richmond Sheriff H. H. Colyer and Dr. H. R. taught at Hamilton Female College, Gibson, of Richmoud, came down to Lexington, Ky., with great success, this the hanging, but the man was cold and fact alone would warrant her acceptance dead when they arrived. Stanford by tho Missouri institution. But her good work accomplished in this city Journal. and in Chattanooga, Tenn., furnishes Miss Mary Pattie is at home from the most valuable testimony to her Park, where she spent several abilities. She is a highly cultivated, -weeks with Miss Belle Miller, of Win gifted teacher of tho art and any school chester, and Miss' Matilda Tribble, of --CLl--L, in the countrv which obtains her serthis city. Miss Pattie will on Monday, may rest assured that her work September 5, resume her classes in vices will be of the very highest order. Our 7 K&s piano and voice. community regrets to give up Miss Miss Lucy Crow, of Richmond, is MacMillan and our best wishes follow visiting Mrs. Lucy Welsh The Mis- her to her new home. ses McCollum, of Richmond, are guests of Miss Nellie O'Bryan Miss Julia Higgins and Miss Sprinkle returned to Richmond yesterday, after a pleasant A protracted meeting is in progress visit to tho Misses McRoherts Dan at Mt. Pleasant Christian church, ville Advocate Elder Briney, a cultured eloquent young George Weatherford, who worked divine conducting the services. A day and night for the success of the cordial invitation to all. Hustonville fair is delighted that it Dr MacMillan next Sabbath mornturned out so well. George dosen't do ing will aillrni the proposition: Physia thine by halves The handsome powers and intellectual endow young wife of Col. J. W. Caperton, of cal in uueonverted men and in Richmond, is a guest at Castle Cobb. apostate churches, perverted by Satan Stanford Journal. aud made powerful for evil, God overMrs. John Cunningham is having a rules to his own advantage and turns to delightful house party this week, tho his own glory! guests being Miss Karl Chenault, of Richmond, Miss Pauline Estill, Mrs Clifton Estill, Mrs. Annie Estill, Louis Estill, Richard Estill, David Estill, of Agent Hamilton R. Fayette, Mrs. Laura Francis, Mrs. Es Smith at Valley A'iew, and Miss Jessie telle Clay, Miss Nannie Clay and Doug Spurlock, the very charming dauhtcr lass Estill. Paris Kentuckian. of AVm. Spurlock, were married at that Mr. ClarencoE. Woods, of the Cli place on Monday. It is our wish that max, who is a delegate to the meeting our friend may have a long of the National Press Association at life and prosperity, and that his bonny Denver September 7, will have to loie bride may always be, what she is togo the pleasures of that journey owing day, the sunshine of his home. to conflicting labors on the Delta, which is now in press. It was expected that he would go and be accompanied by his family and Miss Katie Smith Tevis. To tho wife of Mr. David Col. Craddogksays of a niece of Mrs. Russell Tevis, on Tuesday morning Mary S. Miller: "Among the distin August 23, 1S9S, a son, approguished guests at the Gentry reunion priately namod for its grandfather, the fSSi at Crab Orchard was the charming late deceased James Tevis. In 60 doyoung widow, Mrs. Estill, of Sedalia, ing tho little fellow bears the name of Missouri. She is the granddaughter of one of nature's noblemen, loved by all 3 fa3 aVVVK5jAxtfAJi'A.fri'vV'ii l7 1 the noted millionaire. Col. J. Robert men who were honored by his friendEstill, of Missouri, and of ship. Mr. AVallace Estill, who took 0,000 Smith before her departure for Color- worth of premiums on his fine stock at The Results oi an Advertisement. ado. the World's Fair in Chicago. As a result of an advertisement in Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, of Collego Mr. R. Ij. Gentry was over from LexA. B. Oldham, of this city, and W. The Climax, The Klliston Mill ington Monday. Hill, and her granddaughter, Miss Lu-r- D. Oldham, of Richmond, are in Cintwo wanon loads of wheat are visiting Mrs. Younger Norris this cinnati this week and will go from there from Millers Creek, aud several loads Mrs. Dr. Stuart returned Saturday eity. from Lexington. to New York to buy goods for the from Station Camp and Red Lick. Mrs. Georgia Duncan, of Danville, Busy Bee Cash Stores at this place, The above places are in Estill county, Miss Mayme Hart attended Law rence-bur- g has returned home after a pleasant Richmond and Georgetown. Mr. A. B. where the Climax is extensively read fair last week. visit to Mrs. M. M. Harbor, on High Oldhuui informed us that they would This mill company has received load Mr. and Mrs T. E. Arnold have restreet. put in the largest and best stock of after load of wheat and corn from turned from Lancaster. goods this fall that they had ever car- Clark and other adjoining counties, Mr, Joe S. Gardner, the polite and Mrs. Dr. H. C. Japer spent last and are running their mill to its full accommodating express agent at Rice ried here. Mr. Sterling Democrat. Thursday in Cincinnati. Mr. aud Mrs. Vv. E. Muncey enter- capacity dav and night in order to Station, visited friends at White Hall Mr. and Mrs. A. Rollins Burnam arc Sunday. tained delightfully at tea Saturday turn out the vast amount of bread visiting at Burnamwood. After a visit to the family of Mr. Mer-ri- evening. Those who partook of the de- stuff that now fills their warehouses. Mrs. D. M. Chenault attended a Harber.on High street, Mr. Edgar licious lepast were, Mr. Earnest Grigs-b- Tho Elliston Mill Co. is elated over house party at Versailles last week. New York, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. tho results of their advestisement. Harbor has returned to Bloomitigton, Misses Helen Terrill and Pattie Yound and Miss Francis, Rev. Mac- Illinois. Great County Court Day in Montgomery left last week for .Niagara Falls. Judge J. M. Benton and family, of Millan and laloutcd daughter, Miss If any convincing evidence was need Miss Mary Gentry returned "Monday Winchester, came over last week to Elizabeth, Rev. W. R. Lloyd and Mrs. from a month's visit torelatives in Es- visit Miss Mary Spencer Smith, on W. S. Pryor. Miss McMillan favored ed to prove that Mt. Sterling is the them with beautiful piano selections greatest stock market in Kentucky a till. Fifth street. which added greatly to the pleasure of peep into the stock pens in this cily Miss Newton, of Tennessee, is visitMr. E. W. Towell and Mrs. W. P. yesterday would surely have sufficed, ing Miss Marion Burnam, at Silver Baxter.of Richmond, are visiting Mrs. the guests. Miss Emily Chenault will give a boasts the Sentinel Democrat. There Creek. C. B. Sweeny and attending the Fair. house part- - from Thursday until Mon- were between 2,500 and 3,000 cattle on Rev. D. Clay Lilly, of Tuscaloosa, Anderson News. day in honor of the following friends: the market, of quality, and fullv 5,000 Ala., is visiting his brother, Hon. Grant Mr. Burgin Taylor, junior member of Misses Clara Mannakee, of Kingston, sheep, and crowds of buyers, not only E. Lilly. the firm of Ross &Taylor, tobacco man- Md., Sudie Fogg, Lexington, and from neighboring counties, but from Mrs. Joe Giunchigliani returned home ufacturers, is visiting his brother in Earle Chenault, of this city; from a distant States as well, and it was inlast Thursday from Lexingtou and Win- Farmer City, 111. distance the following gentlemen will deed an impressive and busv chester. Mrs. T. T. Covington and baby, Mar- be present. Dr. P. E McDonald and that met the ee of our reporter when Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Holton have been garet, spent a few days in Nicholasville Mr. Will Davis, ot Washington, D. C, he visited the Mt Sterling stock pens enjoying the delights of Crab Orchard last week visiting Mrs. Margaret Spears Dr. S. A. Blackburn, oi Midway, Ky., on yesterllay. Resi steers sold high as Springs. and Mr. S. B. Mason, of Frankfort. $i.C0, but they were extra. Most sales and other relatives. from $4 to $4.50; good yearlings, S4.50; Mr. S.D. Hisle left Thursday for a Misses Mattie Shifflet, Ella Wilson A handsomeentertainment will be given heifers, $3.50; cows. 2 to 31c: bulls, on Thursday evening. months visit to Kansas City and Oma- and Nettie Clark and Mr. Irvine Shif3c. Trade in sheen was brisk. Ews ha, Nebraska. Miss Laura Kash, of White Hall, flet have returned from a visit to Miss twho had been spending the week with brought from $3.20 to $3 40 per head; Misses Belle and Anna Million visited Sallie Nave at Lancaster. weathers, 3o. per pound; Iambs, 3 to Mrs. Sam Phelps at Red House several Miss Petry, of Shelbyville, whose her cousins, Misses Belle and Ida Strong, 4 cents. days last week. father was once President of the Shelby returned home last Sunday, accomHow's This? Mis8eslda and Kathrine Park, of Ir- ranroau, auu a tru:y excellent man, is panied by her mother, much to the re gret of her many friends, all of whom vine, are visiting friends and relatives visiting Miss Annie Bennett. We oiler One Hundred Dollars Ho nau uopeu mat ner stay migiit be pro ward tor any case of Catarrh at White Hall. that can Mrs. T. S. Ramsey and Miss Ida are longed indefinitely. JUiss Laura ac- not he cured by Hall's Catarrii Cure. Mr. W. D. Alverson and children, of visiting Mrs. Mathew Allen Kenney, F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, quired a large circle of admirers by her New Orleans, are the guests of Mrs. at Danville. The latter recently had a many attractive qualities, and all are Ohio. the undersigned, We severe fall and is confined to her bed. have known F. Mattie Alverson. hoping that, with the return of general J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and Mrs. Win. Devoro and Mrs. Lillie prosperity, Mrs. Robert Mehan, of Troy, 2Mr. and their Kash will also come believe him perfectly honorable in all are visiting the Litters mother, Mrs. Buckley left yesterday for Cincinnati, hack. Jackson Hustler. ousiuess transactions and financially where they will purchase a new ai.d any Obligations made Schuyler Taylor. huiu 10 carry Mrs. Charles E. Smith and daughter, by their firm.oui Miss Edna Bronangh, of Nicholas-vill- e handsome line of dry goods, notions Miss Amy, left Monday for Colorado AA'est & Ttuax, AA'holesale Drugis visiting her cousins, Misses Kit etc. Springs, Pueblo, and probably through gists, Toledo, O. Wamjixg. Kinxax and Hester Covington. Hon. Thomas Turner will leave to- New Mexico and Southern California. & Marvin, AVhoIesale Druggists, day to spend a week with his nephew, We voice the sentiment of our com- Toledo, Ohio. Misa Elizabeth Turley and Miss BesHall's Catarrh Cure is taken interCol. C. S. Turner, of Silver Creek, munity when we express the greatest nally, acting directly upon the blood sie Spears visited airs. Perry H. Madison county. Mt. Sterling Demo- regreat at witnessing their departure, and mucous surfaces of the system. at Lexington last week. upon this journey in quest of health of Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all DrugMisses Ollie Baldwin and Fannie crat. gists. Testimonials free. Miss Amy, who is one of our moat Mrs. D. M. Lackey handsomely enWatts have returned from a visit to Hall's Family Tills are the best. tertained at Lancaster, Friday even, beautiful and popular --society girls. Mrs. W. H. Shanks at Stanford. aug3-lMiss Dan Cornolison is at Slate Lick iug, in honor of Miss Louise Kauflman's AVe trust the trip in the Springs, where she will remain for a guests, Misses Shackelford and Green-lea- climate of Colorado will entirely lestore her and that we shall welcome home a of this city. month, on account of her health robus and healthy girl. Mrs. Geo. W. Pickels is expected Mr Chas. Jacobs, our popular tailor, The New York Sun sajs of a nephew left Sunday for Indianapolis, where lie home this week fotn Lake Chautnuqua,' where she met Mrs. Mabelle Terrell of Mrs. AV'm Irvine, who went with the will attend the K. of P. Conclave. Beggs and Professor W. W. Baden and Rough Riders to Cuba and captured Mrs. Robert Harris and Miss.Tommie tne nrst Spanish prisoner: "Led by his German frow. Cole Covington have returned from a the old Yale foot- H. B. Fleece, who has been at Lex delightful sojourn at Estill Springs. ington for several weeks studying sten- oau player, Troop G. came marching Gov. and Mrs. Jas. P. Eagln, of Arafter F. 4Hi,you,Greenway, hi there!' A brick dwelling house,, with large kansas, are visiting Mrs. William H. ography and typewriting, is at his home yelled a man in the crowd, and Green-wa- y yard and garden, good stable and out- in this city, for a few weeks. Camp Miller and other relatives in Madison. turned and waved-hihand at his nouses. excellent water and everything hellsville Journal. Mrs. Ed Wines and sister, Miss Lizzie enthusiastic friend. Green way is a little in splendid condition, is offered for sale by Dr. C. S. Wilmore. Miss Nora Black Lanter left Monday pale, but his frionds can propTudor, left on Saturday for a visit to count on his erty is located in Kirksville, The there and morning to visit Miss Otie Hongham, coming out all right, their brother, Ohas. Tudor, in Illinois. for the physique is no better location for a phrsician of Bloomingcon, 111. Miss Lanter will and spirit that Yale training gave him Dr. Wilmore, owing to sickness," has to Miss Florrie Chenault was in Lexalso visit frriends and relatives at Mc- have stood together up ington, Friday, to visit Miss Amy and refuse to break vive be his practice. This property Lean and Decater. 111. will sold very cheap. before tho heat and diseases of Cuba." AJso stock of hardware and drug Mrs. W. If. Wilkerson and daughters, This place is lii-- a great many of the in vnei tu iur saie. Jiere is an Misses Berkley and Emma, and Mrs. AVe8tern a bargain. Call on Dr. Wells Wilkerson are visiting Mrs, Mun-da- y thing is mining town most every Wilmore, at Kirksville, S. S Parkes or run wide open, and a certain W. B. Smith at Richmond for Reed at Ford, Ky., for a few days. more class do a groat deal of gambling. particnlar description and for terms of Mt. Sterling Gazette. I sale. eriou Case of Internal Ulcerated heard a good story on Miss Belle Ben- ll-Piles Cured by Hood's Sarsapa-rli- la Mrs. F. J. Yeager and her little daugh- ueu, oi .uiciimonu, liy., the great Able to Work for the First ter, Lillie May, of Richmond, are vis Time In Four Years. iting the family of her parents, Mr. "My husband was taken with severe and Mrs. Charles Bonnett, on Depot Awarded Internal ulcerated piles. He was once ap- street.- - Harrodsburc Savings. Highest Honors World's Fair, parently cured but the old trouble came Miss Fanny Boone, of 726 Third aveback as bad as ever. He became very nue gave an informal dance at tlie weak. After a while he gave up all other Boat Club Thursday evening in honor medicines and began taking Hood's This medicine did him won- of hergucst, Miss Carlfsfe Walker, of derful good. In about tw months he ' Richm im Ky. Louisville Post 'We will, as ExecnfaTs nt ttt ni i t. Gently, deceased, sell at PnbUc Auction, thai wm able to walk ont In the the yard. Littleton Rico- of Richmond, is g When he had taken seven bottles ho was Bessie Batson, Danville Avenue. able to ride out every day and work a Thursday, Sept. 1, 1898; C Ml ttMW r little and he had gained 40 pounds in Miss Alice Arnold, of Richmond, ' mftmEZAmm One hundred and eighty-twacres of laad, ia weight. He is now about as well as he is the guest of Mies Lncy .Arnold two treats, the home tract containing ou one handiTrfiajHl lorty acres,WjriBif onabout ever was and has bees at work on his farm. the W4COIB1U VJCCa, lUmHlKMUt Last fall he sowed his own wheat, this Danville street. Lancasf or Record. waters oTOttor Civet:, oa the Kmntbarnnttiia being the first work he had done for four C. ofUK.with The numerous friends of fMrs E. T. years. I think Hood's Sarsaparilhr the most wonderful medicine In the world." Jackson will be delighted to liear that sktlng of tha fe lowiac. tIk SnZwiVe and Nolia E.HKAD, Deats ville, Kentucky. ooK, one fcots, oe she is convalescent from her recent dannut. gerous illness and contemplates, a visit jrecrlfnff heifer, sow and aiae howhold d kitchen farattteShWiat her son, TalbottR8 soon as her health aiwatuaftiwn MOSTEERFECt'MADEr pleBttato, and bushelsoftiaaowS $T 1 "" crop, about x.m of will permit ttte Istte OMTneYfood VnrUt7 ,A pure Grape Cream of Tarkr faffta. Fm .SW will taiaplace at o'clock A. MT. Bigxere, ..o' Vewailles,; who Wiyad. em Amowoia, Alum or any oomt MidtanH Short for tbe visitors, put ap the r pet- 4 TEARS, TrttSTtAIIWMttV tiest game seen on Ithe home grounds church worker, who h now out here. tlua season and virtually won the vic She was lecturing in Butte. Montana, tory for tho Frankfort team. Shelby trnd she was telling ii. r :tiitIotiCt that hjd over Butte was tins wi.ist plnci-Mi-e Sentinel. y for seen; that it was only a few degrees Mrs. J. B. Willis leaves Bowling Green, Va , to visit liar daugh from that hot placo you read about. ter, Mrs. Nancy Willis DeJarnett. She The next day the Butte papers came will be accompanied by Mrs. T. C. out in iIouiishinghcadliiit'ss:iyin:rthat "Willia and drtughter, Nannie, and by Miss Bennett says, "Butte is Hell." Jim GIven's Seattle, Wash., letter lo Mr. Louis Heath Willis. to-da- 8Qa9t9es9a498aca3e0S8O93?aa9in99390tf ee.. ee ..... a. Everybody Knows, vg r ..03 "0(1 -- .a f 'CO o (! v& iiig ills $X Vj "C Our Great MidSummer Clearance Sale ETSTIE. RtIRtIRRR M TO As-bu- ry IS NOW GOING ON. This Means -C3- a Breat Ded to the hieaded PareSaar. THIRTY-FIV- E ma- - want. E r 1 RELIGIOUS. WEcent SAVE YOU FULLY on any article 3011 PER from $3.50 to $13.50 ; one such as we have been belling from 5.00 to $18.00. Our Men's Suits OUE YOUUTG MEN'S SUITS t. MARRIED. from $3.50 to 7.25 are such as we have been selling at $5.00 to $10.00. Sjiitii-Situloc- k. ex-Irvi- from 75 cents to $2.S5,are such as Ave have been selling for $1.00 to $4.00. ::- 50 to $3.40, such as Ave W 0 IPANTS ;lt selling- fromare 00 to $4.50. ha v.111 been $2. MM'Q MlfllK1 ill lilt Knee Pants Suits t $1.00 to $3.75, aresuehasAvehavr 0 OIIUhO been selling at $1.50 to $5.00. - BIRTHS ten-pon- & RICE d fr?SVVV WSSMSM yyavygyVyy il,3leeid)ie:ija vy 1 O such as at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. LJ -- IV iTJ. Ave have beensell-in- g sister-in-la- w PERSONAL. look when you intend buying, and everybody 5FThese are prices that 3011 can't afford to overknow-- , ved what a 4 g 1 Clearance Sale means at 1 a, I a 99 n. o. The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. maya ly u KfcM -J1. fi-- J -- W' i tt y, ADVERTISE WITH DS, "WE ARE THE PEOPLE." Cor-nelis- n a--s ( IS c 9 Not Baltimore and Ohio BUT Biggerstaff Oldham. WW Bro-nau- gb m iilead What we Have to Show 7ou. 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 $8.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahogan-- . life-givin- g f, SALE Lieut.-Greonwa- y, PRIVATELY. s e Severe oppor-tnnitytog- et Suffering 2t BACIGreiffiSffiSB2a hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. WearetcotrasytoKiTeafullllst of our Immense stock, but assure yon that anything-yomay need yea can find at oar new qnarters. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradle'-Marti- n ball and made and painted by 1$ & m 4 J03 j2& -- Sar-raparl- visi-tiu- mm BANNG P0WMR 1 Da Public Sole o V ? jSfc. DAY TELKPHOSB T NIQHT TEIiKPHOKE ST. W r , U?:'.??0'0?084. one-ha- lf Heatf lariers Witi ii the'City Make Yoar With - Hood's bet-tefe- spar, ' sr v t-- DipprnPTirr , ni mini nihiirn.Y. iirr - n t nniui iiuuLiiuinu ULU ft ''-- ' "J " v c ii.: s - J r. SVIM. r AoctfcMMe. V it-- tt I" " && -- v-f- r,. "w uf.' - - t a i ?" y 53 r- - a jj-.- - w ," 9 J- 5o - I. ST & a Keviscd reports of the railroad colat Sharon, Mass., showour killed and fifteen seriously wounded. lision I flllKLT FORTIFIED IS OUR CASTLE! Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with BAR GAINS in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Clippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes, In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. ESnt will pa- - you to examine our goods and get our PRICES beforebuung elsewhere IH M ! ' Are much in little; always ready, efficient, satisfactory; prevent a cold or fever. cure all llrer ills, nick head ache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. Price 25 cent. The only H1U to take with ilood'i Sartapartlla. s Pills THE CAUCUS HELD Capt. Sigsbee has been advanced three numbers on the list of Captains by the President for "'extraordinary heroism." ? Pfkfggpfl) M , A Sold by Perry Q. White. CUBAN OIL cures Cuts, Burns. Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. Planters THE VERDICT RENDERED! HICHMOND, MT. STEELING AUD GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE Si Thomas, 'pucccssors to W. Louisville wholesale dealers report theliiggest summer business on record. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eve and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is eqnally efficient for itching- piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum Quality and C A Price Guaranteed. rc--v 'ajr r Busy Bee Cash Store Company. Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of "Wash Fabrics ever held in the Blue Grass Regions of Old Kentucky. Not a single item in our entire wash 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 da-- s 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. One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out - 1 ft OfliflSIT 0 fini IF) l if u i UUDLftui DillOii I CXbUiinniili Olli 9 Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are just what a horso needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicino and the best in use to pnt a horse in prime condition. Price 25 ?ents per package Jn NIMIISa s g Mn 207 WEST MAIN fc STREET, RICHMOND, KY. N s 7 7M ' tRtIwRRT- - 'JRTRTRRTRl Q ft i The Richmond Climax. MVESDAY. AtTGUST24, - 189S. Proctor Knott Cigar. For Sale. Ten Thousand Soldiers Pass Here. jj j 3 VI ertieinentH w ill he received C 3 - IHK CLIMAX with the guar- - , 5 a i. f that its circulation exceeds C 3 t at of any other paper published C q a Kichmoud. c - Donelson's ad. Uobson, Dentist. best smoker, the Proctor Knott I ne ft Midkill paint and trim your Wm. Riley, ma linage. jj20-lWhite Hall, Ky. Tinstate favorite, the Proctor Mass Meeting at Walnutta. Knott cigar. The Woman's Christian TemperTwo bars I cuox soap for 5 cents at ance Union will hold an open meeting (iu Margolen's. at Walnutta Church, near Paint Lick, retracted and cotub Honey for sale. llie fourth Sunday night in August. I.- - SCIILKCSKL. ;UIgl02t The churches in the village will dis All colfeein packages 10 cents a pense with sevices that night and their ptstors assit-- t iu the temperance rally. pound at Gus Margoleifb. The meeting is free and the public is ltemeuiber sale of fctock Fiidav cordially iiuited to attend. :, at Mr. Joe Heuthmau'h. Palace Hotel. " e Midkilfsliiie of buggies before -We cannot too often call the attenii liuy. All work guaranteed. tion of our leaders to the Palace Hotel, ,ia Cincinnati, which has become the - hae the beat and cliea pest road favorite btopping place of Kentuckians. v.vm on the market, It is most conveniently located, corner S. L. Midkiff. in i Sixth and Vine; its table and attenl'lie D.uightei of the confedoracy tions cannot be excelled, and its price, meet at )r l'oyutz residence from $2 to 3 per day, is the lowest of any house of its class in the United I n.'.iy morning at 10 o'clock. States. Mr. Maxwell, the proprietor, -- lied Schefe, a German tailor, wat and his polite clerks and other emadjudged of unbound miud and sent ployees make every hotly leel at home t Eastern Lunatic Asylum. at the Palace. ilas Wilt, aged !3, grandfather of Wilchester.Court. Mr Everett Witt, of this city, died iu J. A. Ramsey auctioneer, report 1 t II on Friday, the oldest man in the ,000 cattle on the market. The followcuiiiitv. ing sales were made: One lot GS0 lb. - I'm cans "o cents, a dozen, wax heifers, $3.G0; 30 head 700 lb. heiters, tiiroun in, at Gus Margolen's 24.75; one lot 500 lb. S1S.00; 20 400 lb. The Donclsou Carriage Co., or the heifers, $13.05. Good steers weight K- i t ucky Carriage Workb, are seeking S00 900 Hi., 4 cts., lighter ones 3J-cts.. cows 2 to 3 cts., extra bulls 31 cts., tu our readers by their 150 plain mountain ewes $3.50, mule Head it. colts sold at prices ranging from $20 to n supper, for the bene-lAn $30, for smaller commers, $40 to $50, ill a protracted Meeting, will be for good tojextra. Good horses brought giifii at Mt Zion church next Friday fair ptices, plugs sold low. miit All cordially invited. Dynamiters Must VYalch. Mr. John Fitzpauick. eon of Mr. The United States authorities have Fitzpatrick, of this city, hps been I app'iinted by the President Assistant determined to enforce the Kentucky fish lawa in the United States court oil JJistrict Attorney of Kentucky. rivers ceded to and under control of the I'nusujlly low excursion rate to goverment, and has issued ordeis to Ciiifiimati, Queen A Cresceut Route that effect to the and othfc'ept. O A. II. Kneamptnent er officials on the Kennucky river. Tukets sell September 3rd to 9th. Hereafter if dj naniiters, seiners and 1 have on bauds now a full line of other violators of the fish laws are high grade buggies, carriages and road caught they will bo harnessed up before the United States court, which is a terwagons at lowed prices. M L. MlDKii'F. liiuvll-timror to lawbreakers. So far the State courts hae failed to enforce the fish Mrs. Williamson will resume her law. Private School on Seventh street the firbt Monday in September and would "Railroad, Steamboat, Plankroad aud Canal." be gniteful for your patronage. Thomas Vanghn, of Catlettsburg, juue22-3Ky., will establish a steamboat line on Mre. G. W. Pickelt ill resume her the Kentucky river, between Irvine music class in September and will re- aud Beattyville, in the next few days. ceive pupils on and after the first Mon- It has been 50 years since a steamboat has been seen on the upper Kentucky. day, aug 17 tf As Mr. Vaughn's boat has a very light Miss Tempie Oldham has moved draught, there will be sufficient water her stock of goods for the mouths of to navigate it the greater pari of the July and August into the loom back of year. The venture will no doubt prove behlegel's Hall. Ladies wishing a paying one, as there is large river notions and underwear, will trade from Irvine, the terminus of the eave money by calling on her. R. X. I & B. road, up to three forks. julyG-2u- i Alt- - Sterling Gazette. A new butcher in the person of Newspaper Borrowers. Eugene Walter, of Ijxington, has A subscriber at Kirksville asks the beeh added to Mr. Harvey Dougla's meat market force. Mr. Walters comes Climax to ay something about newsto this city with the itjcoinmendation paper borrowers. He complains that of being one of the best butchers in before he has hod a chance to read his Climax some of his neighbors, proba the State. Seventeen pounds Standard granu- bly too stingy to subscribe for it, send to borrow it, "There are others," outlated sugar for $1 at Gus Margolcn's. side of Kirksville. The newspaper The Green Broaddus Post lias se borrower is a nuisance. He is unjust cured the Northern Bank Building, to the publisher of the paper and to Covington, cor. 3rd and Scott street, his neighbor who pays for the same. where they have ample room to enter- He ought to be ashamed of himself. tain a large number of the Comrades The Clijiax cost less than three cents at an unusually low late during the a. week and but few people in the counencampment. ty are too poor to pay for it" were they de eo disposed. The newspaper borrowMattieE Cor, of Caicago, will as the person who liver a lecture to ladies only, at the er is nearly as bad orders the paper sent to him and then Methodist church, on next Thursday to pay for it. afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, subject: refuses DaughPlain Talk With Mothers and Ruined Wheat. ters." Life sized chaits will be used The continued rains in Bourbon durin illustration. Every lady should at- ing the past month have ruined a large tend Admission free. quautity of unthraslied wheat by eaus The Richmond Cumjlt, winch re- ing it to swell and sprout. Bourcon ported the birth of four kittens that News. were grown together, bsis so far modiSome of the big Bourbon county farfied the story as to acknowledge that mers, should come to Nicholas and t.o of them have bniken apart. In learn how to take care of a crop atter t.ie coarse of time the Cum ax may 630 the good Lord has blessed them with the error of its way aiid separate the it. This reminds us that as wo were Cvnthiana Democrat. other goin. to Camp Meeting we drove by the hill farm of John Alexander, a man Seed Wheat and Cora For Sale way up in the seventies, and so cripFour hundred barrels old corn and pled that he uses crutches, and we were five hundred bushels No. one 'seed struck with the extreme neatness of wheat for sale. Auply to Mrs. Olivia about. He has his wheat Gregory, Fort Estill. Kjt. 2t everything coveiel with hay, lie Has and stacked Public Speaking. his hay in ricks and the barn, and a Hon. G. G. Gilbert, Democratic can- weed would feel bo lonesome on his didate for Congress, will, speakin this hillsides that it would wilt for the city on county court, day, at 1:30 want of companionship. He could give o'clock p. m. Everybody invited to the big blasgrassers soase wholesome Merciirj.- attend. -m thousand soldiers in twenty train loads began passing through I have 2,000 sheep and 200 head of Richmond over the L. A. N. yesterday cattle for sale, at low prices. morning to the Lexington camp, from Address, Rook, Frank Chickamauga. They are soldiers who jy20-- tf Merrietta.Ga, were not ordered into active service in Seed Wheat and Corn For Sale. the war, aud they are anxious to get Four hundred barrels old corn and back home, now that peace is declared. five hundred bushels Xo. one seed Trouble Averted. wheat for sale. Apply to Mis. Olivia A difficulty arose here Friday between Gregory, Fort Estill, Ky. 2t W. C. Gormley, of this city, nnd A. S. Farm For Sale. Drake, of Danville, over an old disputed I w ish to sell privately my farm of claim. Mr. Gormley drew a pistol hut 70 acres, located on Rimer's Fork of Mr. Drake was too quick and prevented Otter Creek, 5 miles from Richmond. its use, doubtless averting serious Twenty-fivacres of this land is in corn Mr. Gormley was placed and io acres in grass. For further under $250 bond aud held over to the call on or address. Grand Jury. Ten e par-ticula- rs The Colored School Is a Go. - . vptt-mbe- r Trustee Evans informs us that the contract has been let fora school building for the colored people that will cost when completed about $7,500 It is to be of brick about 44x00 feet, and as large, rooruy, nnd convenient as the white school. It is to be located on a large lot near tne center of the Dillingham Addition, about two hundred yards east ot Wm. Devore's residence, on the extension of Main street. liig Family 11-G- 1 i 1 are getting to be Last Saturday the relations and their friends assembled in the pretty woodland of L. T Griggs and spent a day long to be remembered. Speeches by Elder P. F. AUains, Rev. G. W. Young aud Hon. W. B. Smith w ere features of the occasion. The big dinner wa's, however, the feature, and it will adorn every future celebration by these families. Petrified Body Family quite popular. i i - 4 ader-ti.-1-iiK-- nt. ice-crea- m Samuel Locknane recently sold his farm to a Madison couuty woman and one of the terms of the trade was that Mr. Locknane should remove the bodies of several members of the family who had been buried in the yard. In consequence the bodies of Jas T. Locknane apd wife, Mrs. T. J. Bush and others were, taken up and reinter-rein the cemetery. The body of Mrs. Bush had been buried more than a third of a century but was remarkably well preserved and in the opinion of many, was petrified. The clothing and even a flower in her hand were intact. Winchester Democrat. d Republican Convention. lock-keepe- rs 0. o -- m Mil-line- o't The Republicans held their county e. convention batutday. Small Hon. J. W. Caperton presided, who made a speech, did also Major Burnam and ethers. The committee on resolutions remained out sometime and finally reported resolutions indorsing Congressman Davison for renominate n and instructed the Madi60n delegates to cast there votes for him at the Danville convention, August 30th. There was slight opposition to making instructions for Mr. Davison, but this was easily overcome by the Congressman friends and the motion to adopt the resolutions entirs made by T. C. Adams, was carried whoop. Right here the CumAx desires to state that in Mr. Adams, Congressman Davison has always had an ardent supporter and his unanimous indorsement last Saturday by the Madison County Republicans was no less gratifying to his young supporter than to scores of others. Mr. Adams stands in the attitude of being the original McKinley and Davison man in the county and deserves to be remembered by them. atteL-danc- Program Teachers Association. The Annual Session of the Teachers (Sth Magisterial Dist.) Will be held at Salem church Saturday Augist 27, 180S. Association. raoGUAM. 10. a, in.. Opening address J. W. Wagers. 10:30. Purpose of Association G. T. DISCUSSION. Burton. 11. What Spirit am I oi? From Pages Theory and Practice page 25, G. C. Stocker. discussiox. of subject, 11:30. Development from Pages Theory and Practice, page ' 40. Miss Lela Harris. Patron?. 4 Dinner. 1:15 p. m. Address to C. F. Brock. 12 m. DISCUSSION. 1:45. What we Expect of Teacher. Effectually yet gently, when costive at 3 cents per yard, former price 5 cents. or bilious, to permanently overcome habitual constipation, to awaken the Mr. McCreary's Position. kidneys and liver to a healthy activity, We have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and Inasmuch.as several daily papers mis- without irritating or weakening them, patterns to close at Sic per yard, former price 15c. quoted the interview had with Gov. to dispel headaches, colds, or fevers, McCreary in Washington last week, U6e Syrup of Figs, made by the Fig Syrup Co. we publish it in its entirely the inter 'We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for view, printed in the Washington Star, Letters from Logon bos report a 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up beAugust 18: safe arrival of the first detachment at tween our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from 6Ac to Sc per McCreary of Ken Ponce. -- yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to ISc per tucky excited a geat deal of comment Most all Druggists , . by a call he made on President McKinley at the White House. He is sell you what you ask for Some few. i , ., , Qur entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold . .1.IJLI a Democrat of conservative views. He will ask you to take something which, .1 in .this saj,e at Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per is "just as good." A served a number of years in the House they claim induces them to 'do little more profit this. when President McKinley was a mem- Dr. Bell's Hine-Ta- r Honey is the beet Remember, prices named oh our entire stock We have recently added to our line of imber of that body. They kuew and cough, cold, and grip cure. After you of goods for 10 days during this sale will be try'it onco you will like it too well to ported French Organdies about 300 new styles liked each other. Mr. McCreary was It CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all for several terms a leading member of accept any substitute. and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the Mass meetings to select delegates to the foreign affairs committee of the our stores. includod at 19c per yard, former ) fine patterns m!-- B House. Two years ago ho declined a the Democratic Congressional convenprice 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. Now is the time to enlist as a customer. renomination to Congress, but is still tion will be held August 27. All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and active in Kentucky politics. We are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry Athough a very busy man, Dr. R. Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hamburgs and V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., has found MENTIONED FOIt I'EVCE COMM1SSONEK, to make this the greatest sale we ever held. time in which to write a great book of Embroideries of all kinds, Faris Mulls, Swisses, When he went to see the President oer a thousand pages entitled. The We extend a cordial invitation to every one to White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash this morning a story was at once put People's Common Senee Medical Adattend. regardless of cost to close the goods sale at prices iii circulation that he had been called viser, in Plain English, or Medicine ) entire lot. here to be offered a place on tho peace Simplified. Few books printed in the We did not intend to hold thin, sale when ( English language reached so great Prices on all other lines of goods we carry commission. Mr. McCreary denied a sale as has this have popular work, over we began giving tickets on our handsome this story, saying that he had not been GSO.000 copies having been sold at including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, NoMedalion Pictures, but we shall still give them spoken to on the subject. sim- $1 50 each. Tho profits on this enortions, Shoes, etc., have been made so low in this ) was during this sale nevertheless. So come early and mous sale having repaid its author for ply passing through the city," said sale that each and every item purchased .vill be the great amount of labor and money avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. the ex governor of the blue grass state, expended on its production he has a bargain You can't go wrong here. m "and merely desired to pay my re- now decided to give away, absolutely spects " Notwithstanding this, it is free. 500,000 copies of this valuable said that .Mr. McCreary's name may book, the recipient only being requir ed to mail to the World's Dispensary yet figure in the composition of tho Medical Association, of Buffalo, N. Y., peace commission. Mr. McCreary of which company he is president, (21) stamps, to said to a Slar reporter on the situation: twenty-on- e cost of the 'The provisions of the peaco protocal cover will be mailing only, and is a book sent postpaid. It seem to be unamiously iudorsed by the veritable medical library, complete in people of the United States. The peo- one volume. It contains 1008 large ple are also unamious and enthusiastic pages, and over 300 illustrations, some in their admiration for the bravery of them in colors The Free Edition is recisely the same as that sold at andsplendid achievements ot our army $1 i50 except only that the books are and navy. bound in strong manilla paper covers, "It was expected that Spain would instead of cloth. It is not often that be required to relinquish all claim to our readers have an opportunity to obtain a valuable book on such generous Tired acd True Cuba, aud it is a logical result of the terms, and we predict that few will Tousands have tried Dr. Caldwell's war that Porto Rico and other islands miss aviling themselves of the unusual or constipation in the West Indies should bo ceded to and liberal offer to which we have Syrup Pepsin'sich headache and indihave Four shoats, two red and two black, came to called their attention. It gestion and to United States. the June 1st, and have found it true the claim matle lor it, J. E. Black's place abont br since been cared for the undersigned. SHOULD NOT GIVE UP ANY PLACE. Hon. John II. Wilson has announced viz; that is the best remedy now before Owner can have same by calling and paying good people for the relief of all charges. the UASIl fUKBta, "I am not in favor of giving up any himself a candidate for Circuit Judge stomach troubles Trial size 10c large Red Honse. place over which our flag floats. It is in the Twenty seventh district. sizes 50c and St.OO of B. L. Middelton. aug3-lwisely provided in the protocol that More than twenty million free samthe United States shall occupy and ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve fetfl nation, but she Spain is a thrid-rathold the city, bay and harbor of Manila have been distributed by the manufacm pending the determination ot the con- turers. What better proof of their con- isn't under obheations now to pul on in it's merits do you want? It any expensive style. trol, disposition and government of the fidence cures piles, burns, 3 Philippines. We must preserve and shortests space ofscalds sores, in the If you have been sick you will find time. Douglas & Hood's Sarsaparilla the best medicine For sale within 5 miles of hold forever that which Dewey and his Wells. you can take to give you appetite and Owensboro, Ky., in Daviess, brave men so gallantly won. The com Near Sandy Fork Steve Johrson strength. It mission to be appointed by the Presithe best county in Western r cracked Josh Gibson skull with a club When they had reached the end of Kentucky, dent will, after proper investigation, THE LARGEST STORE m their rope the manilans surrendered report as to what part of the Philip- in a quarrel over a game of cards. THE LARGEST STOCK! One Good Dose very gracefully. pine Islands the United States shall - R5r?H m occupj' and govern permanently. on retir of Dr. Boll's Pine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the ing, stops a cough, relieves croup, or largest salo of any Salve in world. This one-haNOT A DIFFICULT PKOnLEM. gently rolling, the fSA cures a cold, aud insures Quiet rest and fact and its merit has led dishonest m "The problem of the Philippines is retresning steep, it is liarmless. balance is rick creek bottom, attempt counterfeit it. All mothei's who have people tofor the mantowho attempts to 275 acres in a high state of not difficult if we consider it from a Rabies love it. ! Look out purely patriotic and American stand- used it recommend it. Try a bottle deceive you when you call for DeWitt's cultivation; 100 acres of woodyour druggist. It Witch Hazel Salve the great pile curs. point. Progress, wealth, population from land ; bluegrass grows luxurOrders have been issued looking to Douglas & Wells. and the demands of agriculture, indusiantly. Building, a roomy THE FINEST FURNITURE I tries and manufactures change the situ- the entire abandonment of the military If we had our choice we would soonmansion, surrounded ation. While it was proper for our camp at Chickamauga. be Cervera in America than August! er THE BEST ASSORTMENT! by forest trees; 3 tenement f& people to oppose territitorial expansion in Spain. Was Very Nervous. 2 barns, 1 tobacco houses; for many years, except where the terri.NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep "My daughter was barn, holding 25 acres of to- L tory was contiguous, conditions have scrofula and rheumatism afflictedshewith was ana sia, Constipation and Indi bacco, 1 cattle barn which will changed. The days of our isolation are very nervous. We read testimon- gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. ic?o4 over. To preserve our leadership ials about Hood's Sarsaparilla and Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. also house 15 acres of tobacco; among nations we must be controlled concluded to try it. After she had a. White. stable 40x140, with 44 box bottles of by great events and the demands of taken four of all thesethis medicine she stalls, cost $2,000 ; never failwas cured trouble." J. A. the times China and Japau and the Eliott, Shady, Tennessee ing well inside; corn cribs southeastern provinces of Asia consti with capacity of 4, 000 bushels; e tute and present attractive markets Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick 2 orchards one old and one ache, biliousness, indigestion. THE MOST PERFECT SATISFACTION. for our agriculture, industrial and 25 cents. known The It was Onpartnership firm,August, as McKee & Co. new. Price per acre is only 189S, dissolved. 20th day of the mechanical products. They are logicalTHE LOWEST PRICES. No retiring from would bo cheap at $60 Judge Sanders at Paducah has de- Thomas Meighau after that datethe firm. ac- $30. will be purchases made ly our customers and allies in trade, for- knowledged by McKee. Owen McKee will conper acres. This is a magnififor they are nearer to us than to Eng- cided constitutional the ordinance the business at the old stand. bidding women the privilege of visit duct aug2t-lOWEN McKEE cent stock farm. land or France. ing saloons. DEMANDS OF COMMEKCE. WILLIAMS & LITTLE, WANTF11 SITUATION AS NUHSE BY OLD "The war and tho demands of comTruth wears well. People have nnillLU man tor male invalid. Had experaug24-6aug2i-3214f 3d St., Owensboro, Ky. ience. Call at this office. merce have given us the Hawaiian Isl- learned that DeWitt's Little Early THE TRAIN LOAD. Risers are reliable little pills for regu ands by annexation. It remains to be lating tho bowels, curing constipation seen how we will utilize and appreciate and sick headache. They don't gripe. IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, Our Douglas & Wells. these important acquisitions. and rou can also say extremegreat navy will have to be supplied Two men were killed and six seriosly ly comfortable, when you are BY THE CAR LOAD:. coaling stations, aud Hawaii and with wounded iu a powder mill explosion the Philippines will have to bo used. driving in one of our easy near Chattanooga. "For the benefit of our navy and for and handsome Buggies and A Uootl Memory the great benefit of commerce and trade Phastons. Our stock of fine the Nicaraguan canal should be built, Often saves money and also good Y THE TON. but the United States should buy the health. If you are troubled with concarriages is unsurpassed for or any form of land through which it is built and stipation, indigestion beauty, style, durability and stomach trouble remember to take own and operate the canal.independent-l- y home a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup general superiority, and we and exclusively. All trade routes Pepsin and health will be restored to you. Triau sizes luc (iu doses iuc) $ttix& XHr Sh.W s&'nnER from our country for steam vessels pass are selling them prices that BY THE CORP. L. Middcl-toDRIVING Cuba aud Porto Rico in going to the largo size &0cand $100 of B. aug3-lwill surprise you, quality conNicaragua canal. The construction of Rattan Rockers, Sofas, Loungis and Novelties JOHN" DONELSON. . sidered. The War Department has put an end the Suez canal destroyed the equilibGifts that take well. rium of commerce and benefited Eng- to a gouge on tho part of a Southern land and remote nations. The United railroad combine. States can adjust this equilibrum and One "Minute Cough Gure surprises benefit our people by the construction people bv its auick cures and childien may take it in large quantities withof the Nicaraguan canal." 1 out the least danger. It has won for ESTABLISHED itself the best reputation of any preparfor colds, croup, tickation used ling in the throat or obstinate coughs. The handsomest line of COFFINS Douglas fc Wells. Cali-forina" d. to-da- 'i A Isaac Snow, the murderer, will be MS kept in jail at New Albany for fear of mob violence. To Cleanse the SjMem 3 y V k "" '! one-ce- - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. &JBi& J1& P Estray Hogs! FURNITURE. aug-ii-4- m e I m MOBERLEY'S F M rS iS MfflftM m Tar-Hone- y, 375 lf ACRES,- ksv m m lerlef s Mammoth ry Dissolution Notice. Moberley's Mammoth rsi m head-Pric- It w FUKNITUKE CARPETS w m BY WALL PAPER PICTURE FRAMES n. at m for Madison Monumental Worte 1863. J. C. Hendren. 2:15. The Character of the Teacher and its impression upon the pupils. Miss Viola Million. DISCUSSION. That Witt The. to-da- y Undertaking Director. t Dr. . C Ayer's Pills cure biliousness. "For rers PlLls, Doth biliousness. the purpose frill prevent and Charles Edward Pratt, first President of the League of American Wheelmen, is dead. Wlial Tommy Said. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pjropkietor. Monuments Tombs, Headstones, Statiary a4 Forelfi ail '' and a. graduated Embalmer, MR. MIL WARP BROWN, our Funeral to. Iofifeone.-Carli- slc Uncle John Well, what do you mean to bo when you get to be a m.in? tm." Little Tommy (promptly) A doctor, like pa. s Turner. Minnie femWMMBk Uncle Jonn (quizzically) Indeed; m m m mmm m MSCCS8IOX, and which do you intend to bi, an allopath or a' homoeopath? 3:15. JSsture Study m Public Schools. Little Tommy- -I don't Icnow what r II. H. Brock. them awfnl big wonh. mean Uncle John; but that don't inako no diifer-enc- o, DISCUSSION. 'caurie Iain't goin' to be either Schools. 3.45. Needs of Country of 'em. ,1'm just goin' to be-- Jamily doctor an? give all my patients Hood's Prof. J. D. Clark. SarsapariJla, 'cause my pa saya. that if 4. Adjournment. All persons holding claims against John W. he is a doctor, he's 'bliited to own up Teachers, Trustees and Patrons are'! Parrisa are requested to file rorae properly that Hood's SarsapRrilla, is ,thebest the cordially invited to attend and take veriaed by September 1, ',1888, J eltaer-witattorney. O. Ckeaaal t. . famiiym6(iicine no svirssaw; ih'-hunderskrapd'or ,HilQ-liv; rp. s . ';: JofU. OaKNADI.T4 Trustee. life.,. part jn dScuaioa. S. Iayiok, -, a&s-r &. Tfc-- J . iC ' - S . & 4 v yt " Jr i aj ' nr t i s ""L ?. 5" Have we time to Teach, How to Write English Correctly. Mrs. 2:45. lAave thoroughly tested AVER'S as a preventive and cure for They are the best medicine for , and do ail that is claimed foti J. E. KOLB, Shark, Arlt. American Marble aid Granite. i. ! FIRE WORK ASPEGIAbTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Grasife, or By kind of Cemetery-Work- , will find it to their interest to call at the old stand la the reat find constantly oa band of ir M. E; Church on Ixvino Street, where they-wil- l select from, at prices to suit all classes of r. large stoclr of finished-work-- to buyers. J0"Mk. W. G. GOUCHER, one' of 'th bent work men. In Central Kentucky, la in cbargo,of bur establi3hmeat'and,",thte" means satisfactory work living it,a in every" phvse. JPartieaoa'applicaiics distance should write to ua for deeigBS, " . which will be furnished c? ' :..PATKOXAOR SOT.TfirrED;vtA,? ," -- BiKoumndmm NEVILLE Successor to J-"jpPTSe S. WIOBERLEY. Collins. Notice to. Creditors! h r gotbglote Bad-roo- In Show Window. f w ,- '- -. -- ?; ,5iS: k , i- jKeo'KwrteTGiSi np -, r"YonR ti Mm i - "H a? t -- t. 3 - ?- - . ;' s fSss i ; ?r rt $fe .war Vj. -- C . i 'tiw Jf.'f-l'- ' i ."rSWl M" r- w.,. iT& ''""''3-, ""'j'cSSfSiiC' r? -- . - v a. .A. iw - 49i I :?, J?ii .SC 1" ina i "ft '"!. -- ?. i Perhaps you have made up your mind to take - .:.'' s '.?.13,: Jtt'1' ; .., a - " iTr "Ti, ? j Ftuirl fc Si Siiirasiti RiQm;. In KMect May L, 1893 DAILY EXCEPT SUKDAY. EAaT BOUND. Lve Frankfort Elkborn. .. . Switzer. Omand . ' Stamping. Dnvalls 41 Georgetown. . live Gcorcetowa. Arr Newtown.. Centrevillf. .m. C 6 51 7 01 7 08 7 20 8 00 . . 63 30 fcfe R-aBr Cetmty Court toy?. Paris, Bourbon countyT first Monday. Richmond, Jladison county, first Monday. T$2ri Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. - "When you call Jor DeWitt's "Witch Hnzel Salvo Ihe great pile cure, don't accept anything else. Don't be talked into accepting a substitute for piles, for sores, for burns. Douglas & Wells. rHE S0UVEKIR EDITION AS VIEWED 0US VALUED EXCHANGES. BY ALL WOMJEN Should know that tUs "Old Ttmo" Komofly, Scott's Emulsion i this summer. Then look for this picture on the wraDcer, a man with a big fish on his back. Eubeth... Parii . .. 8 IS 8 22 8 28 Tho trade edition issiieil by the Richmond Climax whs a beauty, as well as an enterprising move. Danville Advocate. Tho souvenir edition of tho llich- - 8 40 WEST BOUND. Lve Parii Arr ElUabeth Ontreville un. 20 . . . 2 58 HE EXCELLENCE OF ST1UP OF FIGS Winchester, Clark Monday. Monday. countv, fourth .' Georgetown Ire Georgetown .... Arr Duvalls. Stamping Giiund . " Newtown- -. -- .. Swifcrer Elkhorn- - .... Franktort . . 9 48 10 00 10 40 56 -J11 10 II 25 O 11 55 1135 C. D. HERCAW, Gcn'I GEO. B. HARPER, GenM SupU Pass. Agent Frankfort, KenUcky. -- y, o O CO o 3 : 3 3 5" :::S" en 2. S 2? 2. ?S o i S r ? is W 3 3 - o 3 a. o?2ooeg c z o is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, bat also to the care and skill with which it is. manufactured by scientific processes known to the California F10 Syrup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genui ne Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California. Fio Stedp Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless s. imitations manufactured by other The high standing of the California Fio Sykup 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 par-tic- Versailles, woodfortL county, fourth Things Not ot be Believed. Lmoud Cl mvx is a handsomely illustra of ted eight page issue of write-up- s of Madison tounty, its resources, en- iOfrO&wfo Is tho best tor Female Troeiles. Corrects all Irregularities la Female Organs. Should Do taken lor Cbtnie at Lite and before stood the Pltalcrs 014 Tlsoe" Remedies havo test lor twenty years. CllH-Mrt- By"Orr Dee 8ec.'l Uncle Sam is first a blinkin' Like a man aroused from sleep, Thinkin', thinkin', thinkin', thintin'. What he'll aJve and what he'll keep. It is said that a clergyman came around in the soldier camp one day recently at Cnickamauga and after looking up the paymaster asked for a 8iibecrlptioa toward ft new church. "Oh," said tho paymaster, "this is war times." "Yes," the clergyman replied, but we need churches, and hope you will give us something for St. Do not let anyone talk to you of something "just The souvenir edition of the Richmond as good." Climax this week wa a daisy. We When you want cod knew Richmond and her people were liver oil and the hypo- very attractive, but fiinee seeing The phosphites you want the )a Cmmax, wo arc prouder than ever of very best. You will find our neighbors. Winchester Democrat. them in only one place, Scott's Emulsion. The souvenir edition f tho RichThere is no other emulmond Climax was excellent in every sion like it; none other sense" of the word. It reflects much does the same work ; and credit upon the clever editors and no otner nas me same printers. Itichmoud has as ifne a lot record of cures. ot newspapers as any town in tho State. and $1. Druggists, Scott & Bowse. AH terprises Colonel. and citizens. Livingston CANDY CATHARTIC JOc. Made only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- WIWgUt A u;j.ivot "W. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to dec8-lQ. White. yr 25c. 50c. scpts-i- y ALL DRUGGISTS. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. e' VK2sBBBBBBBBBBBa I lA .SBSBBBBsnRVkv V s TBBBBBBBbCbsV Chemists, N. Y. 50c. Lancaster Record. tuft TMiiiiflin A RME Do yon need a Plow.fj Peter." "Well, St. Peter will have to wait," 6aid tho paymaster, "just now my money is being spent on saltpeter." As the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. rrj ceccc ocscoooe c s: -- " Louisville, kj. SAN Fit AN CISCO, Jan5-l- y new CaL tokk. x. t-- the dawning light comes out To greet the lark's refrain, Every gladdened heart sings out "To h with Spain." A Rtory on a wicked newspaper man is being told as follows: An editor who died recently of starvation was be ing escorted to heaven by an angel who had been sent for that purpose. ''May I look at the other place before I ascend to eternal happiness?" Asked the editor. ?3 I o XT. -.- o-oGa kk & Wisoa Tub, 2Afc, 3oTrvaflo arvA. 3.ccvtmt Skvs.. Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. O X IS. "Easy." they went below and skirmished around, taking in the sights. The anel lost track of the editor and went around hades to hunt him up. He found him by a big furnace fanning himself and gazing with rapture upon a lot ot people in Hie lire, mere was a sign on the furnace which read, "Delinquent Subscribers." "You go on," said the editor, "I am not coining. This is heaven enough forme." A little Kentucky patriot is reported to have prayed recently as follows: So The Richmond Climax has issued a edition. It is generously illustrated and filled with Ship. interesting matter regarding Wo had a talk with Mr. Alford Will much advantages of Madison, and iams last week on tho subject of tho the sketches of prominent citizens. reunion of tho Mexican Veterans to bo Lexington Observer. llarrodsburg. held September 20, at He is much interested and with several Tho Richmond Clisiax, always hus of the nine or ten vets, in Madison, tling and up to date, lias out a well will probably take in tho meeting. The and beautifully illustrated ediHarrodsburR Sayings thus tells of the written tion describing the manifold advanplan on foot for all tho Mexican veterlt is ans in the U. S., to present to tho tages of tho city and couuly. congrat-a money to build the gieat-e- credit to the publishers and we Government success. Shelby battle ship in the world and call it ulate them on their Sentinel. the Mexican Veteran. Here is the Mexican Veterans to Build a Great Battle handsoine'BOUvenir well-writte- n ' mWi l ffjfSasBTsffI'lWfl $ ffiiWml r .fttSx.tfv Rin2 ot the false Harrow, A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other Ring in the true " j ' itasils a I 8U 5. v-- BJll5baf TJ mill 1"A vfm piney forests of Norway We are sole agents lor the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Flows, m.i Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a cocplete line ol Hardware, sti-vand Tinware. Tin Rooting and Guttering a Specially. mi WSJ& 'bbPsbbbbHbbKV M DR, BELL'S msa IB rsiie-iir-sion- ev TAYLOR Bros. w"aaaaaoasaaaaaaaea03oeaoo 8S9sooasooeoosoeaeee9aeseao89030 :j'-' 5K SMZl 'bbbbVbbsbbbbbbHbbbbbbH st Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive co.'ds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Cure for coughs, 3 EE5 X X B58S mfk n Q hi: Riilmj, Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. 6 55 am Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom . 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom- -. ... 3 00 pa , ... 4 50 pni New York Limited F. F. V EAST BOUND. . 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom. .11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom . .. 6 30 pm 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday. Other trains mn daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W BARNEY, . A. C. .V O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. D In the Prndeatal, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insnrance we again give the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, Up'Stalrs. Je2-l- y idea: The Richmond Climax, one of our ' Preparation aru already in prog most appreciated exchanges, got out a ress for the annual reunion of tho column souvenir edition Kentucky Mexican Veterans to occur a seventy-twwas a dandy. A number here on the 20th of next month. Of recently that pjd friends and acquaintances the one hundred arid ten youiiR meu of our 1840 to assist in wero made the subjects of interesting that left this county in the invasion of Mexico, only three sur- sketches and, much space was devoted advantages of tho city asa place vive, viz: Capt. Phil 15. Thompson, of residence and business. We hearti Win. T. Sharp aud Davis Huugate. upon! o tb-th- e sniaasLlaBssvl mB6SW trz I We Don't lliSPflt y. Bottles Only. 2Gc, 50c. end $1.00 Sizes There are five other veterans living in ly congratulate the Climax folks Mercer, natives of other counties, tins evidence 01 prosperity. u. among whom is Col. J. Cretb Robinson, Newlon in Owentou Herald. who was mainly instrumental in securing the coming reunion lor Col. Robinson has been nursing and -- maturing a proposition which he intends introducing at their next session and which ho hopes will not be received with enthusiasm by the old Kentucky Vets, but become popular with every pensioner in the United State and be taken up and acted upon at every reunion in all of the states where they are held. It is that every pensioner of tho government donate one month's pension to a fund to be nsed in building and equipping the finest battle ehip in the world, to be named tho "Mexican Veteran" and to be presented to the United States as a gift from the old soldiers who fought under the stars and stripes. The eight old heroes of Mercer desire this to be the banner reunion and desire as many of the four hundred others in Kentucky as possible to bo in attendance and if there are any who are physically able, but financially unable to attend, they beg their respective county authorities or arrange in some way for their transportation. Their idea is to obtain the creditof inaugurating a move to build and equip the costliest and most magnificent war ship in the world and at the same time giv n every pensioner an opportunity to show his patiotism and loyalty to a government which has been so generous to him. It is roughly estimated that if even one forth of the pensioners will contributeonc month's pay of their pensions a sufficient sum will be raised to accomplish tho laudable purpose. The idea of the author of the scheme is for each contributor to send his money direct to the Secretary of the Treasury and when a sufficient number of millions of dollars.havebeen accumulated, to turn the fund over to "Uncle Sam" with orders to contact for the building, launching and arm ing of this Naval Wonder. llar-rodsbu- rg I AM 88 YEARS OLD. and never treed any remedy equal to Or. BeU's It elves oclck and ncrmanentrpllff Id grip as weU as cocchs and colds. ItmakPs " Metcalfe' SSl!LihnKTstronB'Ml3" EE SURE YOU GET Dr. BsIPs Pine-Tar-Hon- ey C Thin f If 0E0. W. RILEY "Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the lord my soul to keep; If Uncle Sam don't wallop Spain, I'll never say my prayers again." A EASIER THAI EM. Rail-mad, The present schedule of Illinois Central 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 ervice with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned The Central is tie only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tout lit Car lor California, .9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 18am All Jicui)uioriiu.j, .. . 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday .8 20pm Lve NewOrleans Friday 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 45pm Sunday Arr Klpavj 9 2!pm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Till ii Tit Tit Wuttr Crate U territory. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Keixond, A G. P. A., Wx. Alp-'RLonisville, Ky. A. H. Hanson. G P. A., dec29-l- y Clicago, 111. R, N. I, & B. R. B. Time Table No. EAST BODXD. 3.1 day. May Taking Effect Mon '2, 189S. 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 1 No. 3 No. 9 I Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A.M. 10 22 11 02 II 26 11 41 11 5S l Versailles Nicholas ville Valley View.. Million . Richmond-. . P.M. 6 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 A. M. 530 6 48 8 20 . Union Moberley Brassfield I. . Panola Irvine WEST . .. .. .. 13 12 16 12 30 12 35 I 05 M. 830 850 10 10 10 10 9 15 00 05 25 40 1135 4 BOUND. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun No. 2"T'o. N0T8 No. 11 1 1 1 10 Irvine Panola Brasfield A.M. P.M. 200 225 2 2 2 3 3 3 30 41 47 15 30 45 4 10 5 00 P.M. A. M 55 05 20 45 Moberley Union Richmond.. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles A OS 620 3 00 215 6 31 858 325 7 50 4 JO 6 10 A. M. P.M. P.M. All trains conucct with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains conurt with C. N. O.&T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS. Superintendent. p.j flh EA8Tnodrx Lv Louisville Ar Shelbyville Ar La'rcnceb'g. Ar Versailles Ar Lexington SOUTHERN RfllLMY. I (IN KENTUCKY.) Whites Station loafer gave as his Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends reason the other day for not working Wright's Celerv Capsules. that he was brought up not to work on Shelbvville, Kv., May 26, '96. To Sunday, "and as there has been some Wright "Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased a box of mistake in the calender, "he said, any Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. K. day may be Sunday for all I know, Middelton, druggist, and used them for and until this is cleared up I must de Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- cline to labor." pation and found that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an While sailing around the other day excellent remedy. e I chanced to drag in at a little station, not a. hundred miles from Fox-Yours very truly, town, when shortly my eyes beheld a Geo. W. Riley. 9 modest appearing girl tripping along, who was as pretty as a girl well could be. Her great bine eyes looked out from under her new bonnet in a wav liable to bewitch any man as she slow ly decended the small steps, apparently unconscious of the many admiring The New Acetylene Gas Bicycle Lamp. glances cast in her direction. In her arms were bundles, all of them small, No More but-osuch odd shapes that they were SOQT, difficult to carry- - As the young woman SMOKE, took her foot from the last step of the GREASE short stairway a look of perplexity flit ted across her face. Then as she pas nor DANGER sed on a few yards those who were watching her saw something on the floor, where she bad dropped it. A dozen men started forward to pick it up, saw what it was,- and then maneuvered so It can't jar or blow it would appear as if they had not noout like an Oil Lamp. ticed it. The young lady, aware of her A3S0LUTELY 0 lost, kept straight on, and never looked Light ccts i n cnt-tihour. Thrown back. But there was one present who n clear, while lulit 100 fret nliea-ISend d lor circular and learn about the . . . seemed to be a little and" Greatest Bicycle Lccp of the Tear not observing what the small article From your dealer C , nr, was that lay so harmlessly upon the or ent prepaid Jor vt-floor, he picked it up and hastened after her. He touched her on the BADGER BRASS G. CO. arm, and lifting his hat, he said: "I KEHOSHA, WIS. beg your pardon Miss, but you dropped V V w your ." It was than that lie saw for the first time what he had picked up. Ucadacbo bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Fills. He was holding the little band of black with a red bow on it in full view of the crowd and did not know what to do with it. The young woman's hands were occupied with bundles, and he felt it would be scaraely right either to drop it 01 put it in his "pocket. For per haps a moment he stood there blushing. He tried to speak, but the best he conld do was to stammer out some unintelligible syllables. In the s the girl stood speechless. First The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a she blushed and then grew pale. Then whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at her face seemed to indicate that she private sale; situated at was amused at the man's embarrassSTATION, ment Then, with a 6weet smile, she dropped her bundles on a seat, and on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa taking the circlet, she said: "It is so no better land in Madison tered. There is county. good of you. My brother (can't It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by give any names) would never have turnpike to schcoli, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a haUmileof White's Station Post forgiven me if I had lost one of the s Office, ten miles from Richmond. his fiancee 6ent him." TERMS Sale will be made cash, And she gathered up her bundles and balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, left. address way-sid- ITBURNSGAS? IgM f - t n . near-sighte- I -- V V V W ly6-6- m FARM iFORI Bueklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, SaltKheumFever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Tiles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. For sale by Ferry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. decl5-l- y A SALE one-third mean-time- WHITE'S Column of Impossibilities, Collected an Expert. by sleeve-holder- We have engaged Mr. Richard D. Cainpbell, the Bard of Whites Station, who has for more tliau a year been a liberal contributor to the news department of tho Climax, to suuply us with a coltynn of reading that will add ma- Echedola In effect May 1. 1808. No. I. I Nsyfi. I Nat. 7.40am i.05pm 7.45pra 8.&5am! 6.30pm BJOpra 10.16am 6.62pm laOPpra I0.4aaml 7J0pm 1035pm No. 6. No. 2. Net. 7.45am 4.40pm 6.06am 8.10am 6.08pm 5.27am 8.35am! 6.30pm 5.45aai 9.27ami 6.1pm 6.23aia iaS5am 7.50pm 7.60a,Tn feb3- - Geo. D. White, White's Station, Ky. 9.0am tSSpia wisTBopyp. Lt Lexington Ar VersailleR. Ar la.'renceb'g. Ar ShelbyviU- eAt Lontevllle Trains No. 1, 2, 5 and C carry Free Observation Chair Cars. WESTBOUKD. raSTVotniu. 11.1 FTATIOKS. IXo. I! No. 1C Ho. 7.50pm! 10.f&aa 4.Ufpm! S.llUin'Lv Loul-vilCJiipmi Ar IrnrbrgAr &.S5pm &SS&m 4.0pm 7Jun 7.3'nm lU.3am,ArHrodiibgAr' llurgln, . Lv 4.3upml ..S&om 7JSpmilO.S5nm.Ar WESTBOUKD. EASTBOCaU. No. J5.HNO.C7.1 FTATIOKS. No. lfi.ltNo.63. llftpral 7.40am Lv Loulsril Ar UUnamj 7.50pm bJfcpni! .UJm Ar Shelbvil Ar' .S7am 8. 9pm &52pm,I0.1Cam Ar Venules Arl 8.06am 4.15pm 7.15pm'll.!0am Ar Midway Ar 7.45am S.3Spm 7.45pm'lJ.j6pm Ar Gcorgtn LtI 7.15aml 3.00pm EASTBOUKU. WESTBOUND. 5-- SYRUP J CURES WANTED DR. CALDWELL'S PEPSinl 1 INDIGESTION. M Kl AOF.NTS to sell our Printing: ' Presses. Vulcanlrcrs. llargago and Key Checks. Sflaod UubbcrStamps.rcal Presets. StencJLB. &f. J. F. W. DOUMAN CO., li IFayctcSu,Balta,Md.Catalo3ucfrec terially to tho attractiveness of our outside pages. The first installment apThe ladies of Bowling Green will pears this week, entitled "Lies Not To send a number of dressed doves to the Bo Believed," or words to that effect, which will prove interesting reading to sick soldiers. seekers after light and truth. Dick is an excellent writer, knows a good item when he sees it, and is also "somewhat of a liar himself; consequently he asbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbk may be depended upon to point the bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbPV way to all those groping in the darkness of uncertainty. 4- Market. All over Boone county are people Richmond who will be specially interested in the "souvenir edition" of the Richmond Reported every Tuesday at noon by (Kentucky) Climax. Richmond is the E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. county seat of Madison county from whence came so many of our foremost EGGS 7c cafeli ; 8c in trade. pioneers. The Climax is always inBUTTER -- Choice country, 8J15c. tensely readable. Tho special edition 35EESWAX 2025c. was up to tho high water mark of coun"WOOL-CI- ear grease wool, 1613c; try journalism. Columbia, Mo., Herhurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. ald. CHEESE Country, 10c. TIMOTHY SEED $I.501.G0. Tlie extra edition gotton out by the CLOVER Hiclunoud Climax should be apprecia50 BLUE GRASS ted by tho citizens of Madison county. 05c; extra clean, 0075c; fancy clean, write-up- 3 The are the best we have pure seed, $l(g$1.3o. seen in any of the boom editions, and NEW rOTATOES 1050c; the mechanical work ranks with that BACON-811- 0c. of the Inland Printer. The city oi HAMS 10 lie. Richmond is fast forging to the front LARD-78- h'c. from a business stand-poinand her MILLET v .OOff gl .25. bright and newsy papers are letting no You invite disappointment when you grass grow under their feet or moss acexperiment. DeWitt's Little Early cumulate on the'r backs. Morehead Risers aro pleasant, easy, thorough litAdvance. tle pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take The souvenir edition of the Richthem. Douglas & AVells. mond Climax is splendidly illustrated, finely piinted, well written and a Meeting Places and Officers ol Teachers1 credit in every way to the city and Association. county. It is double the usual size and The Teachers' Association of Madiis printed on finely calendered book paper. A picture of the staff with son county will hold meetings twice each month, as follows: August 27, Clarence Woods clipping items from Million; September C, Union ; Septemfrom the Interior Journal, one of his 15, Waco; October 3, Foxtown; Ocfavorite papers, shows a remarkably ber tober 15, Kingston; October 20, Speedintelligent force from "Old Man well; November 19, Kirksvi.Ue. to the devil, and is a compliOfficers: Miss Lena ment to the Interior Journal that it Palmer, Kirksville; Mrs. Florence fully and gratefully appreciates. StanDozier, Foxtown; Prof. T. C. Troop, ford Interior Journal, Union; Miss Xannie Tudor, Glade; Mr. Luther Todd, Yats; Prof. T. C. The Climax souvenir edition, pre- Lowry, Waco; Prcf. Solon Taylor, pared by Mr. Poland and issued by that Million. office, is an interestirg paper and a credit to the force. We congratulate -- KENTUCKY NEWS. Bros. Chenault and Jliller upon the success of the issue. During the past year the Register has issued two eight-pag- e Che Latest News From All l'urts of tho Commonwealth. illustrated editions and we can appreciate the great care and enormous FOR HOUSES OF REFORM. labor involved in such work. The paper is printed on handsome book, con- 0 lie Tranters Decide to lluy u farm Near l.exln;tou, Ky., ou Which llolh Intains cuts of all the county officers and stitution! Will lie Located. public building, and interesting write-up- s of Madison county, Richmond and Lexi.ngtox, Ky., Aug. 2i. The board its prominent business of trustees of Kentucky's houses of reform met here, and after a long session decided, on buying tho Tanner place of 210 acres on the Ureendalc Bukgix, Ky., August 4, 1S98. My dear cousin John: 1 have just pike, five miles from Lexington. Coread the copy ol the special edition of ntrary to Gov. liradley's interpretation the Climax which was sent us. From of the bill creating the houses of rewhat little Thavo observed in perusing form, the house for the boys and the similar editions of several other news- one for the girls will be located on the papers, I ran say that the ClilAx is same farm. This is also in opposition surpassed by none. It is a credit to to Mrs. licaucliarap's views, and she brought in a minority report against Richmond, and hor citizens should be it. Hor stand is that the hoiisesruust proud of your efforts. The illustrabe located on separate farms, in order tions wero especially good. With tiie to carry out the spirit if not tho letter the hope that your paper may grow in of the law. There will be a hard fight circulation and enjoy n against putting both houses on the success, I remain, same farm, and the governor will supMost sincerely, port Mrs. licauchamp. Chexal'i.t Hugcely. SEED-S2.75S- 3.50. SEED-StripiKid, t, 1 Che-nault- Prake "is Mi As Ice. j? About the color of footwear for next summer, lnereiore 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 arc making on them will 11 1 i 1 H II I H I M i i 'jits'. t S This is the grateful expression of the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled by ice made from m pure distilled water by the Richmond Ice Facto- accomplish the object. It will pay you to call at once and make your selections. 1 . K 1 M u A M i j r ... ry ESFTTree delivery, in any quantity, and on short notice. Phone, No. 21. larvae" KIlJCat Freeman Bros !II.U u A I Fir.ST Sti: David R. Tevis MANAGER. irifz:r:rr f I Read Thi3 I have rented for 1898 the several houses advertised by me last December, but hare now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my office over Mesrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attomey-at-LaFLORIDA Jan2S-t- M Irolial . jonpaii;, Of Lexington, Kentucky. f PAURISn, Attorney and Agent. H. Safest investment Largest Profits. " YRUP PEPS! 'CURES CONSTIPATION. VTho can think or some simple tbtaz to natent? thfv ma bring you wealth. Write JOHN WKODEKBURN A CO. .raiem Aiur nejrs. Washington. 1). C, for their $l.fU) prlio oiler un uai oi two nuiuueu uiTcnuocs waateu. Rcf.No. Con. No. DR. CALDWELL'S OVER S104.000 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER 839,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Vice-President- s, Wanled-- An idea The Following Qoupons Matured July, Name. Address. 1S9S: Ctest. Ky. . Pai.' S71 i OSIAHA EXPOSITION June 1st to October illst TIIK GRANDEST EXPOSITION houses.--Regist- er. (except World's Fair) ever planned in the United States. located within cheap and quick access of the entire Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at your own doors. Through tickets be yond Omaha allow stop overs. Reduced excursion rates to Omaha. Take the Burlington Koute the old and firmly established line to aud through Omaha in any direction. Howard Elliott. L. "W. Wakelky Gen. Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. mado ltubbcr Staiais. Sena for Prico List or Outfits to J. F. f, Donnzn Co 121 E. Favctto St Baltimore. JXd J .A. Cataloffuo free. ra.y51anufactnrlnr 3932 SW7 1033 10SI 4131 41S0 4227 4274 4325 4375 4146 450U 1552 461S 4670 475S 4807 4S66 4912 4970 5027 5087 5134 5189 5235 5290 5317 4435 5179 5522 5575 5652 6533 5737- 4301 4859.. 4903.... 4953... 5003. Geo"D Robertson, ..Geo D Robertson, Geo D Robertson, Lexington, m . .. . 505L 5103.. 5201. 5319 5215 5468 5572. 5660. 5192. 5655. 5758 . asii " . 5890 5118. . 5785 5831 5SSU 5333 5982 6(33 EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' 6092 61 14 well-merit- ed jjTjnjra H . Baby l "BbbbbIK ine? feels an Indes- Every mother clause withholding support from the Opposrtl to Ir. Whltsltt. Ky., Aug. '22. At Glen-vin- e tho T)avIcs.sConnty Baptist association declined by a vote ot 71 to 12 to strike from the report ou colleges a " OWKNSitoiiO, Anyone sending a sketch and description may mlcklT aseertAln nnr nnlninn rren whpthor nn lnrentloa is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent iree. uiaest acency lor seconnirpatents. I'atents taken thronch Jlonn & Co. recelre iptctol notice, without charge, in the A handsomely Illustrated waekly. Lareest circulation or any scienttflo journal. Tcr.ns, 13 a year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c 6231 6339 6403 6449 6536 6600 6644 6631 5760 6S07 6851 68!M 6931 6971 " 7021 709G 7135 62i TUI M cribable dread ant upon the most critical period of her life. a Low Rates TO bbbbbbbb throat yields lo One Minutes Cough Cure. Harmless in eflect, touches the right snot, reliabiu and just what Is wanted. It acts at once. Douglas '& Wells., A stubborn cough or tickling in the of the pain and danger attend- j v, ' p ijEl -- r ffft pair. 1 DEFINING THE TERM Cincinnati i Very low rates will bo In ot-feet from au point In IB y Sontn to Cincinnati and re- i tarn Tia the Queen Cm-- 1 Scent Koute audita connect-- 1 I tag-- line dorina- - the 1 IMPERIALIST. bbbbbbbbSbbV. 'bbbbbbbbbbvA BBBBBBBVVlf I 1 m ll iSo. l.rtNo. STATIONS. ItNo. B. 7.atn! 4.UTpm.L.r Louisrll ArjluJfiam (Uiijim I.T VersUes AH 7.50am la5rai' Ar XlchlriU AH IMmm lUPntiH UJp:n! RJOpm.vir RlchmndLvl 6.05am t LOT'pml tNo. 2. 7.50pm 5.00pm 4.10pm 2.15pm S.0Cpm tAr Irrlne . Lvl STATIONS. No. . LoulsrUle. Lt 'Lezlngton Ar Ar XnoxYllle Ar AfchevlUe ...... Ar iiavannah.... .... Ar Jacksonville Ar Chattanooga .... Ar Atlanta .......... 7.40am 7.45pm 10.45am 110.35pm. &15pm 5.10am LiKolI ,Q. A. R. 32d NalloaalEaaMBpaeatl Sept. Stk to lOtk, 1898. Tickets will bo en sale (Sor.t. 3rd to Bth Inclusive. Rcood returnlnr Sept.l3tb. I Extension of limit to Oci tober 2nd. can be aecc by depositing ticket Joint Agent." Call on I Ticket Aant or wxlto Set' t 7J0pm 5.0uam 8.18am Ar .Macon Ar Jacksonville .. . . Lr Chattanooga . -. Ar Illrmingnam..... Ar Meridian Ar New Orleans.... cxiBSion, UJljpm I Litem W.38am' MUieam 3. Mam! 10.10am A 7.49pm (.Sam carries rrvt unalr car Loalsrlllo to' J wcretanreun; nun bona Vostl-Iml- o Train catTrhif through Pullman Sleeps lnf Car 10 Uirmln, ham. Meridian ana New Or- -. lcnH. also makes close connection .at Chatta--. noes lor Atlanta, iiacon, Jacksonville and.' flruumrlck. No. 3 carries Pnl'man Sleeper Louisville tot Otaitanootra and llirmlnham, also Leiimr-- i ton to Jacksonville via HotSpriacs. Ashevttle. 1 a tail lnXorm&Mea to 1 'ecubuiea trams ) Pullman aloepers on handsome Xlneat train orrlco In the Bonth. Throueh aad Pullman Union Sleeper Lexlagteao New, Orleans. tDailr exceptSaaday. X. WHXSOK. P.t,T: PJt T.A- -. LGuUvllie, Ky. i Lexteftoo. Ky. F..aAXo.M V.P. Q 3. If. OJH.P.T. M r Wrttctcm.D.C. WaeMfiston.B.C.1 wjchhmu-jl- , iram JttCBsonvius. Atlanta, Columbia, xaecn. BtrmtTHTham. Meridian. Xew las, Aasonue. Cfcattasooea. Xaxtastoa. saronsn-t- o wncumau WttfeOKf chaacv. "via. tho faaoue na 4aSor rible things about the' nervous diseases to which women "are peculiarly abject k the sense of overwhelmiwr desnair which they bring upon the mind. A woman's BKJrtal condition is directly and powerfBlly aSected by any aumcni oi lac aeucaic, special organs" of her sex. Such a difficulty not only racks her body with pain and but burdens kcr with mental anguish which words cannardiy describe. Thousands of women, bare had a similar experience to that of Mrs. Swath A. Williams, of Westport, Oldham Co.,"Ky.. In which the use oi. Dr , Pierce's wonderful :" Favorite Prescriptkm," by 'Imparting' health aad'stretsgth to the feminine organism, has sot only restored complete vigor' and capacity to the bodily powers bet has also given renewed brightness' and baoy-- .; a ancy of spirit. Jsnaredleroverayer.''sayMrs:wltliaaiS. ,wkh iadicestion and Bervoas prostration. I was Baable to eater sleep. I tried several bt they only helptd scferi short time. A frteod advised me to take Dr.-- Tierce's Favorite Frescriptiao. Dr. 'Pierce's Co4des;Xedlcal and ' PeUets,' I commewced taking the' aeiUciaca last May. Tosk Una bottles of the -r- svorHePrescripaon.'-three of tte GoWcni ateouai utsoovery . ana utrcevMls orte?PeKi Jeto.' sad am sow suf-fcriphys-idaaa; Dis-"ore-ry ILi Taw Oi r'JLr tD One of the most hor- -' Jt, tCflE! MMmpHHHi ;boute 23 nit HlisSS&S, country and aristocracy ju Eagland will be lauded and held up fornhe admiration of the raising generations. He is a man who considers it.a crime to tell the truth about the abuses, in govern"-incuand who hopes to .see, tho day when bullets will silence' arguments and'stop objections to "tho plans of "the imperialists. .'He is a man who believes that the people do not know What they want and that tbeyiare incapable of and he wants the plutocracy to take off their liamte all 'the' trouble of gevernfoBt,. ;au;con1pel them'to subBit le what theic jaiasters " " t, An imperialist is a man who wants to annex the Pliilippines, tljo Carolines, the Ladrones and form an with England, lie wants the tariff question, the silver; question and all the questions that would stop legalized robbery dropped. Ho wants a campaign in which the American eagle and the American flag. will ,be spread and waved, and plutocracy ,in this ce dange one or misery, on after that date; and which is being vigorously exacted, will greatly assist MGTJi FRIEND the commission in, its work this fall, 1 as all the reports; will likely be in by is the remedy which relieves the time Cxed bvlaw. . "' women of the great paiu and suffering incident to maternitv; thle Ht a Dance. Kv?, Aug. hour which is dreaded as woman's. ssfAt a Neseverest trial is not only made gro danca in Warrenlori, a colored subpainless, but all th,e danger is re urb, pivlc. Waters, tnasfctrpS. cere'mon-ies.-shand fataffejwounded E.I lew- moved by its use. Those who.use this remedy "are no lorirer" de is. 'TharAvouuded man was .dragged, spondent or gloomy; nervousness, out on' "to tt .back porch 'apdjlh'e" "daacV nausea and other .distressing con- ing was kept up hbI i o'cloakVwheB ditions. are avoided, the system is the condition 'of Lewis eevy so'&'orious .maaereaay-jp- r the coming event, .thaCWatt-r- ran onathtgucc. was and n "accidents so to the critical hour- are obyiaied' "bythe use; of pother's: rJlitlui titf Ijuriw Kiwtol.: f - '. PrierHL jr tsj..a picsstHg-t- wemotu; its cumuipauon ill ther-scriou- s JfiP IsfisMa Becoming ER'S Louisville Theological seminary if Dr. Whitsitt should retain any connection with it. The association, which lias 0,000 members, practically pledged opposition to any candidate who shall uot declare himself in favor of local option. State IUIIwuj-- Annual Reports.. Fkaxkfokt, Ky. Aug. 23.-l- 'he annua! reports of the state railroad com- Scientific American. 625 7266- - 7321 73Ct 7113 7IS1 7535 7579 7619 76o6 7811 78S York MUNN&Co.35'. New D. Branch Office. F St, Washington, C 2S-- 27 mother should be a source of joy to all. but the panies to the railroad commission, which suffering' andl ready are due on September I, arc al- y beginning to comp iri. Thcpcn-altof the ordeal make for failure to report which goes -- I3IECOMOMIST RANGES 782? 7973 SU16 , 805( 8101 3119 81 SS 3232 8271 S315 8S.-J2 . (SS&SMfssf r -- Ji'i rriisUi: - 83S3 8427 81SS S138 833." swir sera 8688 S72 8775 8812 S6.-.- - - - . - 9 "Fatally-TroumlJ- il 31 59 Mrs S J Tavlor. Lexineton. Ky .. 3159 Lillie B Young, Lexington, Ky 31 50 ... ....B S Porter, Louisville, Ky Sallie Bishop, Leesbnrg, Ky ..28 50 26 59 6203.. ..J D Purcell, Lexington. 39 59 6336 Asa Dodge, Lexington 30 50 6383 ..Francis A Powell, Lexington 29 50 6505. . .. ....Chas F Steinwehr, Rockwood, Tenn . 29 50 . 6583.... Perry Crosthwaite, Lexington.. 25 50 6665 Skaia. J M and John Louisville-Lexineton. ... 27 50 6623 ..Carrie Rapp, 26 50 6790. Maggie D Burrier, Lexington 28 50 6839 . Sandy Jackson. N Middieton. Ky. .. 23 50 6891 ... . . Johnson, Baltimore, Md KF 25 53 6315 Maggie D Burrier, Lexington.. 27 50 7013 u B uooc, Lexington ... 26 50 7053.. . .. Dr A P Taylor, Lexington .. 26 59 7105 . ... Anna Schmidt. Louisville, Ky 25 59 7180 Rarick, Nicholasville, Ky Phil 26 50 . 7228 Frank Reenhart, Lonisville 25 50 7320. . ....John A Huguely,J5nrgin, Ky. .. 22 50 . 7378 . C A.Culver, Louisville ... 23 50 .. . . Sallie Sanders. Louisville. 10 50 .C L Spangler, Louisville,. 22 5 C L Parker, Somerset, Ky 2U 50 .... J M & John .Stain, Lexington 20 50 M & John Skain, Lexington.. . ',., J 20 SO Bliss Alice Adarn, Louisville IS 53 . Amanda J Brittingham, Lexington 19 50 .Mrs Hattie Uecht. Lonisville 19 50 .. Sne M Gentry, Danville. Ky '7 60 . Thomas L Given, Flemingsburg, Ky... .,- 8 50 Lafon Riker. Harrodsburg, Ky. ; 50 .. W H Ford, Lexington ... . 17 50 . Lexington WHFont. 17 50 W H Ford. Lexington. 16 50 ,.. Robert Wells. Georgetown, Ky 17 59 . .. . FlTNorton, Lexington 1 50 .... . J S Chrisman. Danville 15 50 . ... James Ravencralt, Lexington . 12 50 .Maejde Smith. Lexington. 12 50 . uanvine. k D uames, Lexington 15 5(1 Purcell, 14 50 ,.. TheM5rning Herald, Lexington. 14 50 .. . . .Miss Anna Knoble, Lexington. . . 13 S) Ky. .. . Emil Ilhanlt. Nicholasville, 1J50 .. ..J S Chrisman, Danville. .... 11 50 W B Cassidy. JIadisonville, O 13 SO .. W J Loughridge, Lexington 15 HI .. . E w Lecatn, Cincinnati, u. 12 50 . .. Marv Atkins, Lexington. II 5 .... OS Williams, Burgin. Ky. 11 M . .. ., Victor SLcavel. Lancaster, Ky. - 12 SO Kateo Brown, Lexington 12 50 Brown, Lexington Kate S 12 JO ... . .. Kate S Brown, Lexington. 11 50 S Bowman, Lexington. J;.. . .JL S Wells, Georgetown, Ky 11 W : S ' 10 60 . T B Cmtcher. Nicholasville, Ky 6 to .. O Thos A Ballantyne, Cincinnati, 6 . . . . Thos A Ballantyne, Cincinnati, O .r. II CO Shbokum Gulch Pool, Lexington 11 K Shookam Gulch Pool, Lexington 11 ; ,. bhookam uclcn 1001. Lexington 11 50 . . , .... Khookum Uulch pool, Lexington nr . ... , Shookam Gulch Pool, Lexington 11 so T .. Shookuni Gulch Tool, Lexington 11 50 , ....STJjeavel. Lancaster, Ky. .. yio-- i i .John Walsh, Maysville, Ky ,; Breckinridge, Lexington ... ina Hon WOE ... : . . . ..John S Allen, Lexington. ... . 9f0 . .'AlicaNnss, Louisville- so : . J6an O Lewis. Georcetown. Kv 9 50. Mrs Mattie Hcrvey, Nicholasville, Ky. , ,T 8 58 . . C SJorgan, Lexington. ; 3 60 ; Kapids, Mich ,F M Drake.-Dran. uoa 6023. 6033 6162 6015 . . Mrs 8 J Tavlor. " Miss Ellen O'day, Mrs A J Taylor, "' GeoD Robertson, . w G Nichols, Louisville, Ky Talitha Heathman, Lexington, Ky. louis bamneis, Lexington, Ky HA Welch, Nicholasville, Ky Ituckner McElroy, Lexington, Ky. .... Herman Littenhouse, LonisvilleKy.. Lem Fong, Louisville, Ky .. it Arn3piger, ixtngton. Ky Stevens & Marshall, Winchester, Ky. . is. J ueitricn, .Louisville, n.y John L Fischer, Louisville, Ky. . . . 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