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NUMBEE .L TO 4 - -- s- rm ii i " 7 VOLUME Tj--- , -- ' - m i. f lb. , v - RICHMOND, MADISON - COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Kentucky Fair Dates. Jhz lonnarr.es.-(Sigued) WEDNESDAY, JUNE j 9, L89ir. AA A ' ami importance to their liealtn tlieir lives. The sole proprietors ami in ikere of Sunmons Liver Eegnlalor ' irn tiit customers are often deceived by aiil taking some medicine of a ivin Mtiif ar appearance or taste, believing it to t riuniii')ns Liver Regulator. We warn wn i hat unless the word Regulator is on t tif parkageor bottle, that it is not Simmons l.iwr Regulator. No one else makes, or everh s made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmon Liver Regulator, but J n Zeilin&Co., and no medicine made lv anyone e sa is the same. , We alone can put il np and we cannot be responsible, if oiiir medicines represented as the same do not heln you as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, lfyou have ben in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be SimmonB Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it, and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, yon have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at alL The Regulator has leen iavorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache Dyspepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and gee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. U. ZEILIN &CO. Take GOVERNORS TELL HOW DEMOCRATS KAY UNITE. We wish 1o caution all users of Simmons I.iwr Rgulator on a subject of the deepest W AHNING. questions for themselves and will no - - ger bo irovcrued by party Irhap mnl ANDHEUTE. LEE, Governor of South Dakota. "Free Silver Must Be Dropped." Richmond, Va., May 21. Replying to your telegram, I to suggest fundamental Democratic principles, iiu luding opiosition to protection audiosteringof monopolies and truts, aVconimon ground on which tho Democrats of the country can stand and present a solid front t Republicanisin. b-- ROYAi Chief Executives of Slates Point Out for the Party, Through the New York Johrnai, The Road te cess Suc- at the polls. "Present an Unbroken Front." Montgomery. Ala., "May 21. Editor New Yoik Journal: It is my opinion that tlicpropercourtc for the Democratic parly to pursue now is to pcimit the widest latitude in tlio councils of the party, but after the majority liaclecided upon the policies lo be pursued there should be prompt acquiescence in the result ami a hearty by all in cany wg out the exprcetl will of the majority. I think Uiat tho Democratic rcprcscii-tttive- s in Con;re&5 shouhl confer. upon a policy and prtsent an unbroken front in earning it out. , . V. JOHNSON. iiied) Governor, of Alabama. Indepeinlcnt, free and unlimited age otsilvcr and other Populislii: mu-- coinloc-trin- 'Akin" POWDER Absolutefy Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfullness. Assures the food agslrut atom and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands, boyal baking powder co., t be discatdiHl. 1.0 I!ppnlisncy8 no v; moitf I)e iniHTiitic than ragaiiiain isuhris-lunit- JOI'H "Ho Compromise With Gold Men." - Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFBSSIONAL. CARDS. 31ISS 31ILTKKD (lOLllEX. TUSOGnAPIIER AND TYPEWRITER. Richmond, Kentucky. 4..') S1T3YS. & Office adjoining A ,R Uurnam's. W. MILLER. Little.ltock, Ark., May 2U I favor no compromise ami knowof no common ground upon which Democrats can meet with 8inj;lo pohl staiiilard iidvo-catc- s. Strip the Democratic party of its do trine of bimetallism and it is a thing and can serve no purpose. A cold standard man should go with tie Republicans. They are weights up on the Democratic party and there is no common ground between us and them. I had rather Jiayo the Dingly bill piled upon the McKinleybill with bimetallism than to iiave the oest possible tariff with the single gold standard. ;t us fight it out on this line and agree to no compromise. (NgncJj DAN W. JONES. Governor of Arkansas. Platform." Helena, Mont., May 21. I could suggest no other position for the Democrats at pretent than adherence tothp Democratic creed announced in the national platform adopted at Chicago. Those w ho cannot support its declarations are not Democrats. Their oppot-- i tion to the Dingly bill should be placed upon tbeductiiiie oi Sitting idly by allowing the opposition to have their own course doc3 not Jseem to me to be the nay to discharge :i public "Sland By Ths Chicago more a Democrat than an Ethiopian is a Caucasian. platform Democrats have no sympathy with the Republican doctrines of centralization, prpieeliou and high and iifinecebbary Federal taxation, and they have no svmpathy with the Popu-Hsti- c doctrine oi free, unlimited and independent coinage of hilvcxand a debased ciirieii-y- , nor the I'opuhstic idea of making the Supreme Court of the United States the iootball of partisan strife nor of protecting the product of the silver untie owner. Kvery Democrat in Virginia, who refused to support the Chicago ticket htat Fall is anxious for Deinocmtic harmony, but there are 50,000 at least w ho w ill not indorse by tbeir'votes the Chicago platform. Last Fall Brvan, under normal condition, would have received 1S4.O0O Democratic votes but standing on the Chicago platform he only polled 140,000 Democratic votes, and among these were' thousands that were cast for him by reason only of primary pledges. Fifteen thousand Populists were gained and more than s lost. Anti-Ghica40,000-Democrat- a Populist is At the annual meeting ot the Kentucky Fair Assoiiation, in the Villaid Friday afternoon, the following were elected officers for the coming vean Presiden, V. I. Samuels, Bardntoivu ; Vice Presidents, J. iI3fallory, Bowling Green, and S. Richmond r Secretary and Tionburer, A. R. Carroth-crs- , "Loiiisvillt The c tii'niuee appointed to make list ofilaic-- . fur this season's fairs sub-mif- te f dlowtng, which was adopt1. ed ity the meeting: Vt riilles, Tuesday, Ju'y 20. itlchinond, Tuesday, July 27. Danville, Tuesday. August 3. Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10. I5.irdstowu, Tu.es lay, Angut 17 Elizabeihtown, Tuerday August 24. Bawling Green, Wednesday, Septem1 QiANDY CATHARTIC "Nothing else like it:" The most refrcshinfr and pleasant Soap for the skin. XJVSr! .iiU&SrOfj ' " - We Send it FREE! m vx V5Si5 ,js s 'DEDICATED WEAK Yotrog and Old. MK, ad s5 fcVI ' t xBT.2. Rejoice with us in the Discovery. Whca a man lias suffered for years with a weakness Uwt blights Iim life rob3 him of 3II that really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possess the moral courage to stop hu downward twiirbe. "e will tend von by mail, AlISOLUTE-Ij- Y FKKK, ia plain paekaee, tlw rful SKai fascarrts are the Ideal nPQflTTlfPf I ADOULUlIihl V finXRfiK'rnPntoei'CCETeassoreonsliMtton. UUnniinilinlitIrp.nrTfrcTi3nrrrIpe.batraiiwfai7natralrMBlts. J pie and booklet free. J.1. 'fTFRirvG ItFlltnr 1(1.. Chifaso. Montreal. Can., or .VtrTork. 23 50 S234aSAStaSJi.i5&S' DRUGGISTS Laxa- Sam.( KOTANEOUSll JSqaip. arA.tnsE?nc u VZ Gr9?wwoom A Hearty BRiDBEFORD'S let tor KuasEiwi Bath ECONOMIST RANGE. Price &ijgf' a: J mgl Jj rff- - DK. IIIIKKUAN'S VlTAfi permaiipiitly SKIiK-BlIS- K, ber 1. NEW YORK. Padundi, Tuesday, Septenilicr, 7. July 1.1 will be offered to Winchester, them down we will have a clean and which was not represented at the meet honorable record upon which to go to the country, and the country will tablish it. es- Laugh and Scrofula are mous. You can't enjoy life with this dread disease in your system. It takes away the laugh even to think what may follow consumption, ulceration of the liver, Diabetes, etc. In whatever form Scrofula may appear SEE THEM! . EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! , It lasts twice as long as others. f A trial will convince you of its great xacctjastidious. merit, win piciri l.fr ShXUAL cure legal gtwr-anteeMA.1-IIIUl- to WKAK-XKS- S. CHARLES F.MILLER, AMr.ot FSENCII yiLLCO TOILET SOAPS AND FEXFU:.lERy, ing never synony-- ' Signed A. J. M'LAURIN, Governor ot fississippi. COURTESY. One day receutlv Rev. J. F, SfOM, of Hopkins couinv, had nicked and shipped from his farm 200 gallons of BUSINESS strawberries. The United States can call upon a greater number of trained poldiern than any other country in the woild. Al though th standing army numbers only 27,C00 men, each State JraS to support its ow militia, and should it become upward of 7,500,000 men lould assist in mnhitaitig the independence of the States. To defend the coast there 11 iivivvv". F. G. Cos Corsets, MAKE Lancaster, "Pcnru ESTABLISHED. 1830. r w SfitPS forever XIHIir KUISS1UNS and all niinataral drains. Returns to former appearaneea em iciated onrins. No U. O. I). fraud nor lecipe deception. If we could not cure, we wonld not send our niedicine MIKE Uj try,"and pay when Ratitied. Write tonlay, aa this may hoc appear agnu. Address VAKIt'lli'KLK g -- m ii h Western Medicine Conpany, UCOEPOEilEJ. 24-- 21 Kalamazoo, 3Iirfc. In the Shenandoah Valley and other sections in which tbo white people are overwhelming Cleveland's majority was more than 35.000, while Bryan's was less than 5,000. Brvan ran behind Cleveland in fifteen counties, and deducting t4ic Populist vote he dropped below Cleveland in eighty-tre- e counties, and all this after the most active canvass for Bryan ever made in tho State for a Presidential candidate. Cleveland's majority in 1S'J2 in Virginia was 50,715. In lSOti Brvan's was l'J.341, including 15,000 Populist votes. In the coming Gubernatorial campaign in this State all Democrats can come to gcthei on a platform of State issues, leaving to the future all dividing Federal issues. C II ARLIvs T. O'FEURALL, Governor of Virginia. "Ought to be No Dissensions." Attorn Richmovd, Office Farmer'e National Bank. Kbktucky. Barnara Building, next door to in the fel3-ly - Ovcrpolitness is better than gruffnebS. Politeness costs the least and pajs the best. 1 he cultivation of courtesy is the lOost profitable harvest in the field of business. A kind word often clinches tho trado, and clean cnt politeness frequently builds the business. So long as t)ie seller desires lo sell more than the buyer desires to buy, just so long it is ntcessary for the seller to use the commodity of courtesy as legitimate bait for the drawing of trade. Courtesy is a commodity, and there can be no better trademark for the building and holding of trade than universal politeness&to everybody and a manifest interest in .the welfare of the customer. Hardware. American Beauties tSmRt 'XffS sold o ax -- nec-et-sa- ry Johnston's . 5arsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. is lUlnTeteratefoeandconiruerer. We will mall you, free, a book 3a ibis inb-jec- t. CORRECT boIt Ciinriintcc. t'a i i i SHAPES. SOLO IN RICHMOND. BY would be a navy of some 70 shijM", with 10,000 men. Of the European armies the biggest is that of Franco. The number of men in the active army and its reserve is 2,350,000. 5a OVIc DONALD'S m iCELEBRATEDWORMPQWOFRS 13 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. MAR- - aat&ap&s Taylor, Sold by D. Z. & T. B. Waco, Ky. WllUsmf , Davis, Brooizs & Co., Detroit, nidi. Trice. $1 a Quart Bottle; a3 druggists. .n ARTISTIC THE GREATEST Hit II 1 1 si. && v- m ASr ANJ PLASMT OfTHC ISC VSORM OCSTRO TO L--.i yir mSm TAKE EFFECTS. FUKMSIIED BY GLOVER A nnriCETT, LOUIS VILLK TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. ::SADDLERY.: 1 ft imp - ywyu mm yk.hhih Smallest dose Hasiest to take Entirely vegetaMe certain ana nt rer Kj -- sous: , w nn yUi tSR5 OnSacaBoz. All JURNAM MOBERLEY, Attobkets-at-Law- C F. EUKVAM. '. s. MOBERLEY. . pied by A. R. Burnam. RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. Office in Bumim Jlnilding, recently occu0 The greatest fortress in the world is Gibraltar. The height of the rock over 1,400 feet, and this stupendous precipiie is pierced by miles of galleries in the solid stone, iortholes for cannon being placed at fnqnent intervals. The rock is perfictly, impregnable to the shot of an enemy, and by means of the great i- -. J. )fli-e a s"C3iiiiir"sr"-2SA TTonx i t, op-'si- to EY-at-- trust. (Signed) KOBKRTB. SMITH. Governor of Montana. Quarrels: Turn on The Foe elevation a pluugiug fire can be directed from an enormous height upon a hostile fleet. From the water batteries to a diss up the rock one tifr tal ceof d after another of cannon is to two-thirdpie-ente- the enVinv. INCOMPARABLE SERVICE. - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, over Taj lor'a Ilnnlwre store, Court House, on Main Street. 'Stop " Nashville, Tenn., May 21. II. B. HOGG. The common ground for Democrats- - to ATTORNEY AT LAW. stand on now is for DemoUruts to quit Kentucky. acting the fool and fightin.r each other, Richmond, and turn their faces to the foe. 0 Office No. 13 Firnt St.. np stairs. There is only one co'mmon ground for Democrats, and that is eternal war upon GRANT E. LILLY, the high protective tanff,-th-e combines, A TTORNEY-- TLA J!', the civil servive fraud, the Republican Kentucky. party in general snd tJae devil in particuRichmond, ' lar. The common ground for Democrats to ami Second Ofllce S. W. corner streets up htnirh. Will practice i sill htand on is to agree upon Democratic the courts of Maditon an.l ailjoiniiig measures and fight for them as a unit. counties anil Court of Appeals. The common ground for Demociacy to stand on is good go, eminent, honest men J. C. & D M. CIIENAULT, in high places protection to the weak and justice to the strong. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tbebj things lias e been said millions Kentucky. Richmond, of times-- over and xiver again, but they be too often said. Office on Second street, over Chen-ault- 's cannot (Signed ItOBKirr L. TAYLOK, grocery. Governor of Tiiinussee. 31-3A M-ii- Jackson, Miss., May 21. There ought not to be, and cannot be, pny dividing issues between Democrats. The Democratic party is a party of principles, and for this reason it has been able to stand against all opposing parties. Its principles underlie and make the of justice, equality and foundation liberty, and are eternal, and for this reason it has lived and will continue to live as long as our Government exists. Two principles of the party are now more prominent than any others, and I suppose I may say than any other: 1. The priniplesof a revenue sufficient for an economically administered The Queen and Crescent trains are the finest trains run in the State of Kentucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of the Great Trunk Lines of the North, West and East. This is theline to Washington, New York. Boston and the East. The Queen and Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati. S. T. SwiFr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. W G. Moiioax. D. P. A., Lexington, Ky. CORRESPONDENCE. IDclayed. BEIiEA. JlTss Susan M. Sturges. of AlansGeld, Ohio, has been spending the pxst few days in lierea, the gueat of President and Mrs. Frost: Dr. W. W. Atterbury, of the famous New York Sabbath League Committee, is visiting Uerea College, the guest of President Frost. Rev. H. M. Penniman is paying a flying visit to Berea, bringing as guesis. Rev. G. A. Thayer and wife, Mru. Sarah Guilock, and others, all of Cincinnati, Ohio. Memorial day was observed on Satur day. The tabernacle was thronged both morning and afternoon, and the program was one of unusual interest. The speak ers in the morning session were: Prof. L. V. Dodge, Mrs. Kate E. Putnam, Hon. Rewell, of London, Ky , Miss Maggie Elliott. In the afternoon, Dr. W. V. Atterbury, Prof. E. G. Dodge, 11. li. Herrod, J. Thomsen Baker, and Mis Annie L. Rathburn addressel the larce audience. Music was renderetl by the College Glee Club, the Eterpians and Harmonia Society. The march tv'lhe cemetery occurred at U o'clock, and the services over the graves were touching ' . , and impressive. Dr. W. W. Alterbnry, of JS'evv Yoik City, preached in the College Chapel Sunday morning, taking fur 'his text, Grace for help in time of jieed." It was a rare occasion The gifted divine riveted the attention of'all, speaking with a directuess, earnestness and conviction that carried his audience with him. In the afternoon he preached at Narrow Gap, with even greater force and enthusiasm, GREEN CLAY, A TTORNE --- Y--A T-L-A W. Richmond, Kentucky. 13-- Collections solicited. P2T2I7-IA5TS- . DR. n. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. KiciiMovn. OlEce in the Joe Cc Jim buiUmj, tS and ao Street, over Voue cld druc&torc. Sec-on'- ... l 27- - CHAa HOOKER, VETERINA RY SURGEON, GraduaU Ontario Veterinary College. Vetenniry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office up stain over New York Store, cornel 46-M.un and Kirst streets. Richmond 77". C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Building, MainStreet. Telephone nt resi'tence (the Cnrr place) on Brostdway. --- JASPJ2R, M. D RicnuoxD, --- Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmoxd, ttatn. OSce in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, tip Office hours u to 1 an i t to 5 o'clock. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, UiciiMONo, - Kentucky Telephone at office and residence. Government. 2. The principles of hard money, gold am! silver. The Democratic party has always been in favor of both of these principles. This was show u.on the first of these principles, when the test was made in the convention of rR'J2, and on the second when the test was made in the convention of 1800. "Lcl Rcoublicans Have Frcs fleins' There wijLnot be any step taken backSacramento, Cal , May 21, ward on thir-- e questions, and to under At the last election the people turned take lo tempo: ize with them is wrong in .the government over to the lteimblican principle and policy, There is uothim.' parly. Democrats should permit that like a manly candor in tho avowal of party to inaugurate its policies. The only what we believe and what we intend to nianuar in which the financial and econ- do, so far as Democratic doctrine is conomic principles of that party can be prov- cerned. No good democrat ought to en unwise and disnntrous is by putting want to reopeu these questions, for the them into praciice. The Ding! v bill should judgments of the conventions mentioned ttcsuch atrial as will prove its miwiwloin. cannot be revoked or reversed, and anj If the Kepublicun paitv has legislation effort at teinpoiiziug with them is calcuto offer w liich wou'd promote the gener- lated to injure the Democratic party, and al vvelfaie, the Democrats should not ob- therefore to injure the country. struct itb enactment. If the Bepubli Every Democrat should determine to can's policies be detrimental, the sooner submit to these decrees of tho party or to proved by legislation the better for the abandon it. We cannot afford to have j)eopIe. The Democracy h is by a vote two factions in the party with a tempoof the people been placed in a position rary truce patched up between them. w here it cannot aid them. It should unite I would rather figlft my political foe on in' pointing out the tlefejts of the pr -- the outside than inside ot my parly. All poted measurers during tlieir pendency Democrats can meet on these grounds and record its vote ng.iint-- tliein. but not for present and future action. They can needlessly obstiuct where obstruction meet for rigid economy, opposing every will prove futile. element of extravagancej Uifa strict JAMES II. BUDD, (Signed) to the Constitution of the UniGovernor of California. ted States the bulwark of our libeity ; for compelling the payment of debts due the "Bimetallism And Government by rich and powerful corporations; for the passage of a lavv to Vermillion, South Dakota, May 21. Dividiii" issues cannot be set abide punish professional lobbying as felony will , to take off the pay rolls of the Govern- Currency reform and give way to any artificial issue inetit thoee who do not- - work and who not raised for party armony. Bimetallism are put on the rolls for political influence is the issue which must be.scttledatonce. and effect, and lor a hundred other Unless the Democrats stand firm to things that would lift burdens from the the principles advocated in the last cam 'shoulders of the toiling peoplo of the paign the successful accomplishment of land. our Congressmen bo ready with these reforms must come through the J Populist "party. There can be no coin their bills to accomplish these purposes, and let them offer such bills and amend- promise of principles. people are now studying these n.ents, and if Republican majorities vote The E ce ly Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 20"2 lilnU. with receipts for the same period 1700 hlids. Sales on our market hince January 1st, amount to SO.ISJ hlids. SjIvs of the rop of lS9tion our market to this date amount to GU,971 hlids. We have had a very active market this week with a general improvement in prices over the advaiue reported last week. The medium to good grades of red fillers have shown a decided advance, and sales were frequent at pi ices ranging from 12 to S1G. The common grades of old hurley have met goo I competition and have been taken-- at higher piices The market all along the line has deyel oped more strength and aUivity than at any other time during this year. Since our report of a week ago many parts of the tobacco sections have been favored by rain; in some localities however, the rain fall was very light and did not rd a Kilisfactory planting season. In some sections plants are small and the farmers have been backward in preparing their ground, and it is diflicult jnst at this time to make anything like an accurate estimate as ton hut percentage of the iu'ended crop has been put on the IiilLbut the planting is certainly not as far advanced as usual at this dte, and the preparations for a crop have not been ne.11-l- y so extensive as last year and under the most favorable weather conditions there n ill unquestionably be a falling off in the acreage planted as compared with recent years. The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco 1S00 crop. Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 50 to 2 50 Common colory trash 2 50 to 4 50 .Medium to good col trash 4 50 to 7 50 Common lugs not colory 3 00 to 5 00 Common colory lugs 5 00 to 7 00 Medium to good col lugs 7 50 to 10 00 Common to medium leaf G 50 to 10 00 10 00 to 14 00 Medium to good leaf 13 00 to 16 00 Good to fine leaf 10 UU to vj 40 Select wrappery icat 1 af-lo- W Lengths. wlthcontinua'lY mtreas- ticdemarwl. Think a mnmen I Does this net mean merit ? fiilinc Worm Destroyer EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of 3 cen-tu- rr K 125,000 Children early Sent to ATorms. POWDERS their Graves by OELEBHATED wouM WORM HcDONALD'S NEWEST 'MODELS. FANCY and All kinds of guaranted. Fur &ate by all lro?kltMaBtl dralm ! BetMdsM Manufactured only by tlic proprtctior, iiitct J. Lc saed them alL xx:k, s.-j-o. aioc A.. . rcDONiVIJ), utSvO vunJ At Walter Geo. White. Stable. Az3EU.'s hand-mad- Liveby dsss PLAIN. FEATHERBONE CDRSET L. & 3S. E. E. K (J. e cheaper feb2I-t- than can be bouRht any wherj in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinci J. Satlsfact'cn f D1VJSION. C5. yp 202CCjOC n,- -- eeee THE -- OlOTglOK' v"-- " i; :J,11 I. i. KATHKSMA "IT-.- BICYCLES H The l?i;iest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The "Promptest At- SOLE MANUFACTURERS. bOLD 3Y w. D, 0LDHAQ1 & COMPANY. febl3-- Chester ami LexingtOH 6Jio mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-r- . 31. ville. Winch ester HHd 'J.io Lesington mail. Livingston, LdndonJel- 1.10 lico, 11.-1- In Efulct Mvhch 1, 1SW. Express for Cincinnati,) akv LV. . if. I'ans, lasille. Win- - p. x." 7JSJ l.6 -- $a- - tention . The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone'Your "Cousin," S-- ! CO a. : m 3! George Thorpe, 1 p I'nris Wini-histvRowland,' 1.1'j Stanford. 19 m rineville. Fast line for LivirgMon, Indou.JeHico KnoxviMe Fast line for Cincinnati, x. S1U p. m. 11.4." m and a. lft:)0 i . &2sSBe7 I EASY RUNNING, & SERVICEABLE. w" J hiM S-- & icieaati 1, Uku UliS. fl. I r v h'sa irGHEST GR.DE. P. B. BROADDUS' Henley's Old Stand. No.2S. -- 3J Every Wheel Guaranteed. end for catalosre."" KiPlimoiHl Ky. of blacksmitlifng Ceeond Street, between Main and u Water, rear of Dillingham building. Heady to uo all kinds promptly in the btsi 7 In Effect Mareh lT.l if DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. workmanlike manner. I jf flUS KiES KSSSE VlSaiiG'Ji east; BOUND. Arr Elkhorn. Switier " Stamping Groend Dnvalls Georgetown Lve Georgetown- . Arr Newtown. CentrevilleLve Frankfort 8 38 HAinPSHIHE GYGLE SFfi. GO., You Get ... 6 46 NORTHAMPTON, HASS; w PespotuIMe dealers lavlted to ccr- responil v.lta us. . may23-6- the Profits I "MY. .7U 7 8 8 M 8 12 S2 8 JS 8 W 6 51 3 3 ltd IK 4 30 4 58 : 3 3 i?: IV l KA $ m PEFFETO It tcts 9'"0AT. ai-- a -- IS'l'AT. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, - DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY MADE Agents wanted in every totality for Hon. W. J. Bryan's great book, "The First Battle." The best seller ever produced. Agents are tnUng as many as 200 orders pet week 1'cware ct fraudulent imitations. Scn.l for outfit and begin work at ones. W. B CONKEY COMPANY, Publishers, 311 Dearbom Street,. ChiA cao. may!2-- w 1 of Parker&burg, V. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAKKEKSnUCG, I X. f". .tal" ,ntcetl toC3,t3.tTc-.acn- , m olen'-y- , XlrvXTtnlaloi2.. . tiVw IVIHns ttieTso- - . 'n sstlnjr J lthcr atrue or crttutt t. anl all ejftcU rf jr ?nd oinunr! idlt r(wi. Wrnls OT Impose a wortblrsssn' "Ututs "Joa'tlctclrap-te- t it rlslusairroatcrnnj ou I jii.c 11 n l'2ir2tl'S HEJfV IGOll, or strwl for 'an te carrlotl In vaat pociet. freialtl rlln r. t'l per box. or O Tor 1."!, tjj.U ,V J o'. rtttcu PamDhlcl free,to Cure 'rul-t- . A'Wr-IOtlurcntco rrlienind bold by nev. W PSSU?aj powrfnUy qui sly. jrc frill. Yotiivf nD rcsn.n ',dji ad, Iters I ien reOTcr roLliiul TlTO.. .5lV .Irf-1. ""JAT. raid Middlemen Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers by buying direct from the manufacturer. Elizabeth - 4 4X 4 SB Pans 5 M ;z m WEST DOUND. Lve Paris Air Elizabeth . Ctntrevilie Newtown. " Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Dnvalls.. Stamping Ground. Switzer , Z a .hi. . 9 29 9 9 3 3 1 p.m. A ne, r X GO 30 c-a- u r t -- MM SS 11 H 11 OS 11 3H W S t S fR S M m 1 6 f 6 S ' BED WETTING CURED Wis. Of NO PAY. Elkhorn. Frankfort 11 55 7 7 ' TO SO Mrs. B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-ly Sold by Richmond Drng Co. and W. G. No bett:r wheel made than. the White. W. Va., 2G, 1995. January The Wkiqiit Med. Co., ULU W. KlLBl Of Shelbyville, Acme Bicycle SOUTHERN RAILWAY, . UJ). BEKCAW. Gcn'l Pass. . pent. GEO. B. UAKPEB, Gen'l Sapt. Frankfort, Kentucky. -- ft Ky., Recommends Wright'rt Celerv Capsules. Columbus, Ohio. Shelbyville, Ky., Slay Id, '90. To 1 have been usinc ) Ueutiemen.Capsules since Novem- Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: ON KENTUCKY-Wright's Celery T fif-n- t Imve a box of ber, 1S94, and And them to bo as recom- Wright's Celery Capsules from G. 2f. Schcdulo In effect May 2, 180': mended. I first began taking them MMileilon, druggist, ami lib-;-! ibeni lur while at HotSpriiiKS. Aik, nnder treat- Sour Stomach, Torpid LJverand Ctnsti- I No-No. I. No EASTUJUKD ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and nation, and found that they isive ma im7 ,5am 4'JUi.m 7 lapm L. LounvUle is'touiacli trouble Coiibtipation which 1 mediate relief every time. 1 think it an Ar. bhelbyvllle 'Xll'am il.SJam 6.3.11m P.:0pm had been a long sufferer. I found the excellent remedy. Ar.Li'rencab'B iai7am diCpm 0 43pm Ar. VersilLes Celery Capsules gnve me great relief laMam vsjpm 10 10pm Ar. Lexington.... Yours very traly, from the beginning and have ued them Na 4. WEt. mDMi Nv ft No. ' ever since. "Whir pleasure, and unso9 Geo. W. Riley. T, Oam i.I0pm 5 tbam Lv. Le.xinitt.on licited, T recommend them to any and a 15am i.Ji'pji Ju8 m Ar. Versailles I Ar.La'rencob'g.t aUam COOprr i.4Jam all fullering with like afflictions or either I Ar. bhelbyvlllo.. aiiam of them. Very truly yours. HOW' TO FIND GUT. Ar. LauisTille IJ'UUl aiipm SOJam pnri-Iiuse- sm Built in cur own factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. Vo kava no cgenis Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anvwhere for examination. VFIITE FO.7 kixv ii Ohio hifev MS Kli Time of Trains at Winchester . Ky. WEST BOUND. Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Aeconu New York Limited F. F. V Jit, Sterling and Lexington Accent - OurEnterestasig Offer Acmo Cycle Co., ElWiart, lad. 3 00 pm 4 50 pm 8 55 7 30 am am i r VALLEY VIEW. TERSOSAL. ChadlesT Caldwell. G- lt G. W. EVANS, M. D., PltYBICIAN AJ'D SURGEON, Richmond. ... - Kentucky. L900 Miliar if "V37. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in 2fedicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond Office unit reliJence oa Tliinl Street. SU3.GEE.Y. ... Siiiibp $1bUu The Style, Fit and Wear could not b improved for Double the Price, . 2JE1TTAL DR. A. WjLKESSMlTir, ' and $5.00 Snoes are the productions of skilled workmen, from the best material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. $2.50 and $2.25 sbocs for men, and Ws make-als$250, 52.0Oand $1.75 for boys, and the1 W. L. IJOUgias OJU xoiicc snoc, vciy suiuiuic inr L. Douglas $30, $4.00 Miss Mary Jones is visiting relatives at Union'. Gt A. Hoy was in Cincinnati Friday and Saturday 011 business. J. W. "Masters and wifri attended the dedication at "Union Sunday. J. W. Rice, of Covington, visited the family of I. 3(. Asher last week. iliss Nancy Stevenson, of Hedges, visited Mrs. I. M. Asher last week. Richmond Taylor has accepted a position as salcstnan for J. "V. Masters at this place. Miss Spicie linden, who r .been at The undersigned has three separate small lending school at Midway, isltrt home farms which he offers at private sale separately or t5gether. . AH three r.re situated at dhringvacation. Sold by T. S Hagarf, Uruggibt. Price 50c cuts and $1.00 per IniXr Call at drug - store and get ire sample. TWO- - FARMS iPORI Ox.Lli - Fill a boUle or common water glass with nrine and .let stand twenty-four- 1 hour?; a sediment or settlinif indicates a diseased condition of tlio kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney troubl'j. Too fre qnent desire to urinate 01; pain in the back, is also convincing pnjof that the kidneys and bladder ore outiof order. ' Trains Nos. 1, 2. tion Chair Cars. ' Na it I'Jlpu EASTBJUXD No. II 5 and 8 carry XYea ObservaWEVrBOCNO r V lf f jan27--m FREE EDUCATION. STA IONS. No &33pm a lopm IU 45am ArHarousbcAr 4.30pn 73oam 1 7.23pm ,7.40pm QSm; Ar uursia. Lv 4 ."Oom! 7.25 j m WESTDOOU EASTSOBND Na 10 TNo"5T Na li. t.NQ CT j SfAllU.Na 8.15pm 4.TJpm 7.45am Lv Loaisril Ar 5.47 pm B.toami Ar Stielbvil Ar 9..Cim 8.45pm SMpzi Id 7nm Ar Versllea Ar 8.05am tUpm 7i0pm IL0im ArMldwav Ar 7 4ljm 3.38pm 7.50p:n lilopx lArGeonrta Lv 7 Ham 3. 00pm , Lt Louisvll Ar 7am LrIrncbr?Ar ftiSam i:. .a. 14. lasiam An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other collesrc or institution fc of learning in the United States, I or iir the New England Conserva- v tory of Music, can he secured by b any joung man or woman viho is j in enruest. Write for particulars nnw.lrlir 1 A V X EAST BOUND. 9 IS am Lexinirton and Morehead Accom 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and lit. Sterling Aceom. 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains ran daily except SSn-da- y. Other trains run daily. Throngh sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent L..tN".Kr.t call on or wnte Richmond, Ky. or OEOBGE W. BA2NEY. D. P. A. C. & O. By.. Lexington , Ky. 'Who can think of some simp thing to patent? Protect your ldea: thr mav brfcur voa wealth. Wrlt JOHN WJCDDEKBURN & CO, Patent Attor-neWublocufa. D. C, for their tUSJU pnxo offer ana list of two hundred taventlocs wanted. v j N't IlMRIl Kin Sfi Brornfieli! St.. i. S Wanted-f- ln Idea Ronton 3l.isi. y. lASlBOTIiD. 1 VESIBOCSIJ. R. WJAT SO DO. J tNo. tVa STATIONS. tXo 6 Mrs. Chase slay-wi-th left- - fTm Dryson.and Mrs. AV. E. Jast week for a prolonged relatives and Jrieuils at North 1 WHITE'S STATION, fctte-carrie- DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, building. Main Street. Office oars. oaa touM.; iu to 4 P. M. , rBI'raCtiee limited to dentiMrv. jwlicemen and otters having much walking to do. Point, Ohio. Orrica Smith Merchants, Bankers, -- lawyers, SUCH Wm, 'liflpfeSsrtk WmU, Big- 'ft18ll3s. Hi HHt BHJk. J. C. MOBOAJf. J. A. YATJS3. DENTISTS, economical W. L..DougIa Shoes bccsinsc Uicy are tne DciL. For sale by UU Bav MORGANS YATES, Richmond, Bank; Om-- x M alu Kentucky. Street,, evtr If IfaiioBj afPr. BKmbt.'J. KSBHkfB, BHB Freeman, Brottjers Iicftrnondj X IT )?Txiainm.r.-ur.a- A'n.infant of Mr. and Mm. Jam Tillet adding new styles to our 7e . K& 1 carrier Frea already larce "variety, and there ii no reat" diet! Sunday. It was si: days' old. Leetlngton thsre ooanectlnz wlthvSetM Vewti- son 'hy jou cannot be snUed, so insist on carry inz nitmai sleeping 'vV. L. Douglas 5boe from your vn having ' A. privato hitler to W. J lljiberts c6n-ve- ya Cuo xram -- RICH BOTTOM' LAND.- --' Chattanooga to Birmingham and New Orleans, f . dealer. the news that Barney Gay, a pop. Vm I nwlam Ti,1TkL4 Qt-r.M,f avilltAI Calf, IttTssla Calf "We use only the best Itisaiflnexnelghborbood and accessible by Chatta30oea, ami AUnta, alw Laxlagteft to (all colors). Trench ratenf Calf, ular river Wan of St. Helen; aiid who turnoike toschools. churches, railroadsr miHs. Smrings AAttaTtllevaad. Jacksonvlllo French Snamel. VIci JCId. etc.. prlre'llftv cenlsJtBi! wasjiero latt week. ort'CusMiese, had etc,allritbiallco WaiteliS&tioa Post poajparMBOBt Sleapor LeiiatfloB to New" Or--J graded to corresno idyritli lric v " ; ', "Eur'a-sampl-e otthashcM. Iw'tleaad pai! phlfltf botlr leans. u, I been killedcidctijrlly b'y thllbnrsting Office, tcimHea fromBlchmond , , . r . juaui jscttft auauas-1 'm ) Jt TERMS flale will bo made min'm'hYa hands, the !breech-pi- n iree.uy urau, iHBuHi.v-- JltlZi' fy If dealer cannot supply yoa, ofa sHi , ...1 "a. WHnoa.P. &tCa..S. LSwirisi ikTlA. - . ".- - ir xrnto ?or psrUcalar,' and Btrikiac'iihn in (he hedandvillIiHjj him baknciTlct jrowmil poM-ol- n THiisvitle,-Ky-J 'LsxtagtonKy. W.LMUlAS.Sfltn,l :5;; j. : . vtS.GRSBt.Ge;spc. tX'!K,CJP,'8.K4s R : DrsKimfjLt JT, Btttg ha T"l JSAXAUOa OE .fEE. inewHii'.ar.Twrayery6ar;ip woeei ' ?dlre"- -r 1XSXXXn.t.r J ..-- - waiagtB. cfyrvi&mttL vie. i Wl- ot uos Mamgix weoKsnaevgwirwca- -", i, 1 .,"- - t. .V &--" .j.mm.?.T.l .J 11ft- bm w -- ni.-. - - .E..,vJ ti n ' 5.1 1 1 m .'rmr'n.i.r- y , . a. z.lL .- r.jmc. ."UJ"-- j.. VUM - T, ,- . BIIMg .T.tT - r2Ti... .WMtrtytHMUBir S " . .AJV f UArj te Ji.d.VJbL . S? - JcTlJTV . ,'CK.riSr J r" t 1 r JiM- - l 'Vi'1. rf'j.-Z-!? , ' Tj . qt t on the waters ol Silver Creek. They contata respectively 85 and 165 acres, and nre well watered nnd well improved farms, There is no better land in Madlaoa county, most of it being comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, thai Ijr. Kilmer'tf Sv.amp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy iuiiuih every wuu 111 icueui jjshu 111 the back, kidneys, liver, bladder ajfil every part of the urinary passages. It and corrects inability to hold-nriasculdingrpain u passing it; 9 r(bad effects follow iiigmse of liquor, vne or beer, Hiid overcomes thatlnnpleas nt necesslt y of beitig compelled tr get ii j many times durttig the night to arinatoi The mild and tJa extraordinary effecj of Swamp-Rpw soon realized. Jit Btai tls iorits wbnderf nf cures" I tho most direKiugcaeeh..If,you nee la medicine jUlby drug;-gihi- a, you elioiihlhavo tha.beU There 13 10 20a in &37pm Lv Versllej Ar 1 1 COam 73(!pm ArNlchlvIUAr 0.18am 11.18pm aiaim ArRichmo'd Lv 603am 1.05pm1 Ar Irvine L.T1 STATIONS. 7.4.am .v LiutHVU Ar laii tNa S. 2. Madisoa Monumental Works, KICBOCQNnD, ST2". 55 7am m lo pa; 5.30pm 4.40pm 3 45pm LSOpm, Na I e ivannah...... 'Ar. Jacksonville ........ Ar Ajherille.... .j Ar Lv. Louisville.. Ar. Lexington. Ar. Knoivillo 3inm 45am laSOam It 10pm &UJpm 7 30am Xal O H i a" cc Q O 65. .... I.jvam Lllpm - 6.00. m il Ar.tU'iatt inooia.. auuim ll.JOam Ar. Atlanta....... 8.15am 1119pm R: Ar. Macon 9 lOnm 8.10 ia Ar Jacksonville.. ....... rSOipml e.65am Lv. lusvpin 19. Ar. Birmingham A.fipm. Ar. Meridlm... .............. ........... U23jm t a55nmJ Now Orleans. Ar. 5 00am. ft 10am 3. 9, P4 11 -- 5" c a: o c -- O- -- : Ca. ..i..... ?Ofq a -,i I! 1! .. r2L2 SSS? r s yt . .lANDPACTURER AND DEALER uf ) pR-75:lNJT- e vla-Hot-r .7VTONU7VierSTS'v i V :one-Io1kr- .' -- 'AIM ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WOULZ hj -- - ".-&- . .. s- . ' -. !. ' ucu. -- - -- ji : '.Af sel -- -- luiu, . . 'further jmnOculars, ,&fi fc." A, . t '-- -- A- '"- "rf T "- fyilJ M zr. --V; N -- kV:r i3rjii ipriiMTrf .. .5 sVasS: i5L" Jls -- .s.--- , svf-- .Kadjjor, - MoijUiiJegj:al '"T '& 6rfe--' icMi-lr- T r3 r -- Goon jnopiing! The Cumax is elcrpn of Irvinerwcro tho guests of Mrs. W. society- - wero numbers of charming visitors who participated inftjie fesyears old to day, and has the largest sub- W. Pigg Monday tivities of the evening. By tenVclock Mrs.Il. J. Clay is entertaining-Mrs- . scription list in Madison connty. tho canvassed parlois were uliyq with Fish and daughter, of Nicholasville, dancing rOBLIBHCD rVKKT WEDNRSUAT BT Caused Great feet, and never Tvni jcrovrd and Miss Delaney, of Covington. It is certain that this Stale would Miss Lena K. McCornnell, of Talla merrier, for Saxton was at his best, In the' Stomach Confined to the Suffering Was of Go. have had a Democratic Governor dega, Ala., is visiting her cousins, and the joutu hostess forgetful Iter Bod But Now Able to Work. everything but the pleasure of and would have given Bryan 10,000 ma- Mrs. Ellen V. and Jno. R. Gibson. "In October, 1895, 1 bad 'an abscess In kSS4 friends, .was also at her best The jority last fall, had we but had a DemoMr. Frank Walton and fnmily, of guests wero regaled by an elegant sup- my etomach. I was also taken with pleuI Proprietors .nd Editors. cratic daily paper in Louisville instead of Allensville, rtiid Mr. Walter Ware, of per, after which the dance went on risy and coughed vsry badly. I was & CABrETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. DRAPERIES. a E. WOODS, Associate Editor. the decoy ducks which misled so many Trenton, are with Mrs. C. II. Vaught until three o'clock. Then with each treated by physicians but did not improve. came tho assurance that a I gave up all hope ot ever petting well. Judgo and Mrs. J. C. Chenault and good-by- e Democrats who hitherto to fs and Miss Nellie, more Denutilul or enjoyaulo evening1 My right aide was swollen 1 was not rKi: YKAK, $1.50. them for guidance aud had lookedThe son, Joe counsel. V Chenault, left yesterday for the Nash- una never oeguued the Ptorn lace able to walk across the room and was ADVANCE, 51.25 jarty bore this treason until outraged ville ExDosltion. IS and steady march of Father Time. confined to my bed. I was advised to 5fcC( patience ceased to be a virtue, when the Among the lady visitors from IrAll try Hood's Sarsaparllla and began taking WEDNESDAY. JUNE 9, Mrs. Thomas Wil1897. Louisville Dispatch was called into ex- vine Monday-wer- e RELIGIOUS. It. In three days I could seo a change-fothe most able, fear- liams, Mrs. P. L. Hume, Mrs. G. istence. It is the better. kept on taking Hood's Miss Jennie Daniel. Thomson and Rev. It J. Hunter, of North Caro- Sarsaparllla untilI I had taken four botLarge deposits of pold have been dis less and convincing exponent of DemocLow-Hon John D. Winn, of Wiseman-town- , lina, will -- preach on Sunday next, I am now to covered in Georgia. It Is probable tlie racy in the South, and has taken the Estill county, was hero Mon-da- June 13th, at 11 o'clock,; a. m at tles and continuedday'simprove. the farm." workon and before leaving came in and Silver Creek Chapel, and iu the able to do a good Democrats down there are unehrtliing.a position in the hearts of Kentucky and afternoon at 4 o'clock, p. in., at ME. Mann, Demossville, Kentucky. lot of gold bugs v ho were buried by the Tennessee Democracy which the one- paid for the Climax another year. CARPETINGS, MATTINGS, Rev. E. II. Burnam and sister, Mrs. Kingston. time great Courier-Journa lit- possessed. Bryan voters last fall. LINOLEUMS, WALLPAPERS, Mary Wilson, onroute from Nashville, 1 The Cimax is indebted to several stopped over with relatives horo. or Jacob, of of Louisville, was DHAPERIEB, FURNITURE, Democrats for their proposal Both were cordially welcomed. Bullitt, prominent married last week to Miss Edith Douglas. To the wife of Alford iliss Barney May Davis left incorpc? AND WOOD MANTELS. of that city. This is "Rosebud Charlie's' at the late connty convention to for Richmond, to spend tho com- Douglas, nee Miss Mattie Anderson, rate in the Resolutions an endorsement mencement season there as the guest a 10 pound girl. alldruBEists. second and not his first matrimonial venLarge Assortments to Select From. straight-ou- t of Miss Mary Little. Danville AdSI ; six for S5. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., would have of the Climax as the only ture, as the Interior-JournLow ell. Mass. Get Hood's antf only Hood's. exponent of Democracy in the county, vocate. , . it. PROMPT DELIVERY, are the 6et The Lancaster itcmizer In the Stanand calling upon the part' by whom it pills, aid digestion. 25c. ford Journal says Col. Will Owsley Ridkr Mrs. Rhoda Rider, who flOOd S FllIS INSPECTION INVITED. Dkmocratic victory iu November is in stands to stand by it. The w,ell intended was dowii there last week Mistake. died suddenly at her home on Paint the air, and everyone who mixes with compliment is thoroughly appreciated, He was not missed from his hash Lick last week, was the mother of SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY owing to cool weather. seventy-people can feel it. The Republicans but it would be unnecessary to call the house here. ten children, who in turn had the Several Bearwallow friends were out .Misses Mary and Stella Burns' six children, her grandchildren,; feel it, too, and only hope to make a attention of the party more fully to its children, her at preaching Sunday. recognized organ iu this county. It has party on Thursday night was largely and they had fifty-si- x breach iu our ranks through, which they Our gentlemanly agent, II R. Smith, a most remarkincreased its circulation about four hun- attended and thoroughly enjoyed by mav crawl into office. the thirty couples who danced the able showing, she having 14:2 lineal has returned from Nicholasville, where SCREEN "WTNDOWS AND DOORS, dred in the last twelve months and is Hours away. descendants. ho was called to work the wiies for a it was not necessary to endorse the just tliat much ahead of any other paper few days. Mr. Wolf, who has been If Mr, and Mrs. E. C Boggs and Mr. MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS, wiring herein his btead, has departed. Chicago platform, it was your duty to go published in Madison county. It-- is, Grant Evans, of Richmond, returned CORRESPONDENCE. WINDOW SHADES. Elder D G. Combs preached Friday into tlie primary and assist in the se- however, due the Democracy that any home Tuesday after a week's visit to nd Saturday nights, and Sunday, at our VIEW: lect ion of the best men. The ticket ltas paper which purports to be of the faith Mr. ami Mrs J. H. Boggs. JessaVALLEY mine Journal. school house, with two additions to the EXPERIENCED WORKMAN, been named and all Democrats should of JelTerson and Jackson, and believes rRsOXAI- church. He will continue indefinitely, To take the place of those w in out and Mr. Howard H. Barclay, of Lexrally to the nominees and elect them iu that cardinal principle of the right of ington, Va., lately a professor at M. F. Wharton was in Lexington Sat- alternating between Thomas gchool house CORRECT PRICES. passed entirely out of uIh. Wh 1, and here. from top to bottom. the majority to inle. should come out Jackson Institute, was the guest of urday on husinets. them, she needs them in ttuPICTURE AND PICTURE FRAMES W. L. Steele, of Nicholasville, was and avow its intention to stand by the relatives here this week, among them jVEWBY. here Friday ou busings. Oris West Main street friends mention platform and the nominees of the Demo- Mrs. T. S. Ellis and Mrs. E. B. Hume A SPECIALTY. Mrs. R. John Heathmau is better at While in Lexington on Thursday Miss Oldham, of Fayette county, spent that the Democratic convention at Frank- cratic party: That is the only criterion time. this the pleasure of meeting Miss fort endorsed the Bryan, Blackburn, by which to judge the politics of papers we had Spears, who is visiting friends Sunday with the .Misses Burgess." Bessie The DCmocrats are enthusiastic for tho Clairboru Adams, of Athens, visited Altgeld and Tilumn platform. We wish or of individuals. there. This popular young lady will his sou, J. W. Adams and family hist county ticket. to inform our neighbors that they failed A newspaper that denies the faith and complete her course at Madison In- week. There will be a heavy crop of blackto endorM or note the appearance of the vet calls itself Democratic is, in almost stitute next year. Mrs. J. II. Burrus and Utile daughter, berries this year. Among those from a distance at the Nellie, visited Mrs. Kitty KauatzerSat-urday- , prosperity boom prom- btrictly scriptural language, "a liar, Mrs. J. R. AVillis visited Mrs. R. John burial of Chapel Heath were Mr.Tal-tu- n I returning Sunday. Deathman Saturday. ised under the existing gold Handard. is not in it." It is time and the truth Embry, and Mrs. Wallace Embry, Mrs. F. M. Bryson returned Saturday The wheat crop never was better at for the Democrats of Kentucky to buckle Louisville. .Messrs Talton Embry. Jr., Concerning the late Indian revolt in on their armor and ''fight the devil with ( incinnuti, aud John Embry, of after a pleasant stay of a week with rela- this time in this vicinity. Comer Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. tives at North I'oiut, Ohio. R. John Heathman is out after a dan Montana, the war- - hooper of the Nich- liie." In this instance, at least, the tire Nicholasville. Messrs. G- W. Beck and Wm. l.edford gerou-- illness. His wife is borne better, i And auffht to have them anvwav, and N Regis olas ilie Democrat thus whoops: Editor R. annot be made hotter than the devi! ter, is neanyLee Davis, of the on trustees for weic elected unnu irom styes ins 74. They willasmake efficient district No. but very low. since she been so very economical ami Shades of Jim; wrath of deteves. trustees eves. His nose for news, however, The election passed ofT quietly atNew-hy- . of vou during the recent These Indians at Ilerbeit Boston, of Pairiot, Iud., and vo vision, so that It was like a funeral. Hope it will The State Convention at Frankfort replaces his defcett Upper Tongue are all graduates of CaP tlie paper will appear so long as Ins at preient acting the roll of an angel of be the Republican party's fuiieinl. commerce, isHpenuinga few da a with lisle's school. If it has the John U. last week nominated Sam J. Shackelford, neck isn't broken. The farmers are plowing their corn in !?- -Mr. and Mrs. George Willging and his brother, H. 11. lV.ton.' earnest. The crop iu this section is two curriculum all is explained. They are of Daviess bounty, for Clerk of the or three weeks late ou account of so Court of Appeals. It was the closest daughters, Miss Katie villging and on a bust." WHITES STATIOX. much lain. race in many years, but the result was Mrs. Joseph Hanover and Mrs. Han; The outlook" is for a good over's two children, all from DubuThe Democratic primary being over And now you can et them at such very L W Cijmx has from the ontrct an- - accepted by all thedclegates in the same que, lovva, arrived Tuesday evening bird crop this year. excellent Tun the people will get a little rest for awhile providing- you come to us from them, th.it us piirfmsu 10 siaini oy me spirit which animated them dining the to visit Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Williiuiiiiceu Mrs. J. V. Ballard has been on the now. To vour work, Democrats, t6 elect no excuse for you not making her Great ging on North street. Mr. Willging sick list for several days. Democratic patty, in its local, state and deliberations of the body. the nominees. I peeches were made by McCreary, i an uncle of Mr. George Willging, A buzzard means homo more pleasant for yourself. national orgaiiizatioi.s. An honest and Million There of this city, and they have not seen headquarters with a bell on as taken up district in is some excitement iu for Magiu this locality. the Democratic party pen primary has been held, and it now Ulackburn, Smith, BronSton, Enloe, and each other for more than 40 years. The tobacco crop in this section w ill istrate and Constable. There are tlnee to wield what influence its others. Prominent men from all secpropoM-school of Mine. Bredelli-Duerr- 's candidates for each office. first-clas- s tions were present, who report ed the voice culture gave an interesting be exceedingly small tins jcar. conscientious course may hac given it Mr. S. B. Agee, a young widower, and J. W. and ij. A. Ballard have about to elect the ticket that shall use the party every wnere to be in a united, de- pupil recital last evening. Among 150 acres ol blue grass to strip. Mirs Fannie Adams, both of this vicinity, And not an article but what has been Iwuiirht termined mood, ban iug the d'satlection those on tlie programme were Misses II roos'er as its emblem. Mrs. Gaugh, of Lexington, is visiting wero married on the22d inst., Rev. I. N t arrio Itoihchild, Annie Clifford, They have the Douulas officiating. first of the year and entirely t o mam ( in quarters where the single standard .Mamie Martin, Revennugh anil ner daughter, Jits. J. if. uoodloe. good wishes of the community. ft Aerial navigation has become at List has beguiled its devotees intos"Ilenncss .Miss Bottomly, Ion Robblus, Miss mention each one, so just rememU-- H.. -J. L. Kinnard, of Paint Lick, isbuv-in- g Mrs. Mr. Allen Douglas and Mis Fatinio B. a practicality, an accomplished fait or open revolt, all of which has- a ten - .Minnie Knopf, Mrs. Revenaugh-Wol- f, walnut logs iu this neighborhood. we have anything-yomay want in tlr- Km Agee were married on tlie 2!)th inst. The Miss Annie Biermaii, .Miss VirAfter ten years of patient, exhaustive la- ency to solidify the nmj I'i'y ami to win Mrs. Julia Morgan will leave for groom is 10 and the bride 14. The line and if you do not believe it, conie and bor and study. Prof. Lingley has accessions to its ranks by tin- - ever grow ginia Shafer, Miss Nell Richardson, Chicago nest week to visit her parents groom is a son of I. N- - Douglas. Rev. vourself. ft .Miss Chastino MacGregor and Miss J. R. Maupin sold to Jas. llatt, of Nick Musters performed the ceremony. launched an air ship which will both in belief thai' its .can so is ju-- t. Nettie Caldwell. Commercial. Berea, one good fat cow at $2.yi) j cr "fly and light," and the vasty depths of The convention was one of the fi 'CM Miss Nanette Camilla Heath re- bundled. unchartered space have been opened to ever held in Kentucky. It was :m in- membered the Climax with an invift Shoes which cost us from $1 to $2.25, your choice of A crowd from this and Paint Lick ' Our g navigation, a new highway to telligent and conservative, but IovjI and tation to the closing exercises of the neighborhoods spent the day at Hate these for FIFTY (50) CENTS. i New England Conservator' College Lick springs Sunday. the common hen ice of mankind. determined, expression of the people. The Sam Stone Sale. 5 she will gradi Harry 6. Morgan, the best faimer in It shows that Democracy is yet gallantly of Oratory, from whichbest papers in The largest land sale in yea is in this ft uate June 1G, with the Those Democrats who think it Kentucky, has the earliest garden in county look place on Wednesday, whereiu the fight for justice and the peopk two years and the second best iu ten tohae indorKsd tlie Chicago Like the hero it has always been, it years. Her singleness of purpose tins end of the county. gg?j at oofll acres belonging to Auditor S. H. Potts & Duersoii bought of Covington. Stone were sold. The Rodes pUtforiM, need not 6tand back on that comes out from defeat stronger and in lilting nerseirrorher life work, the tiact of 102 &. Bio., of Richmond, one car account. If the candidates nominated more datermined than ever. It will t aching of elocution, is an admira- Arnold, acres, well improved, brought $102 50, load of corn at 1.50 per ban el. . in Madipon are not goo enough ou that storm again and again, if need be, the ble example, worthy of emulation. he has brilliant oilers to teach in Miss Hallie Walker returned home total Si O.fiOo; The Simmons tract, 1711 platform they would have been no bel- bulwarks of the money sharks, the cor-- p Virginia and Tennessee, which she Friday froui Lexington, wtieieshehas acres, bought $S0, or Si:5,720 for the place; ter without it. If you want Democrary been visiting f jr the last wtuk. .nil ions and the evil doers of the age. will consider if her health permits tne w into tract, Slit acres cU per acre, to triumph, if ym are a Democrat, don't It will enforce the rights of the many as Hie will return home in two weeks. Mr. R. M. Duet-tohas the best piece $13,S20. Total $4S,145, all purchased by let your county pass into the hand of a against the encroachments ot the Among the many social functions of com iu Mudisoit. It has all been Col. J. V. Caperton, President of the party you have always fought and wuich powerful and greedy few. and it will of the past week w Inch have contrib- thinned and plowed over the third time. Richmond National Bank, who is resid Messrs. lfuther Clemens and Ben uted to the pleasure of the visitors ha aluavs fought volt. never lay down its arms until there he and home folks may be mentioned: Coiichm.m, two voting uien uf Fayette, ing upon tho Rodes tract Possession Frnitnre and Undertakers. it equal rights to all and special privilege s to .Mrs. 15. H. Neale's elegant breakfast are yiritmg tlie luiniiy ol Mr. li. h. given Jan. 1, 1S!)S, one fourth the purThe Climax urges all those Democrats and dinner to her lady friends; tlie Brown. chase money'to be paid then, the balance uoi.e. who h:ie recently been engaged in a of the "As You Like Lai kin White, colored, of Madison county was represented by entertainment young ladies' club, at Mrs. J. was kicked in the stomach Farriitown, in 0. 12 and IS months. It" controversy among themselves to bury by a voting A JOacie tract was bought by J. D. lions. J. B. McCreary, W. B. Smith, and Speed Sinjth's; the grand ball by the nore AVyAV--i AV !i5ATL last luesuay anil nieJ Irom tne retheir past differences, put their bicker- A. T. Chenanlt; Messis. Harris for $1,000. J. B. Chenault, Junior Social Club ;Mr. and Mrs. R. sults Monday morning. ings iH'Innd them, and march forward Hub-ar- d C. S. Powell, D. M. Chenault, Matt W.Miller's reception to Misses Judge A. R. Burnam recently bought Mr. Leslie Ballard had his hands cut with and unbroken front with the de's and Patton; Miss Esther last week with sledgehammers breaking privately from Mr. Stone 315 acres for Cohen, J. P. Simmons, and Clarence E. dinner to Miss Elizabeth Hatermination to prevent this city and Woods. zelrigg, all of which, f given the clods. This is what a man gets who de- $22,150, or about $09 per acre. Hence county from passing into the control of space tney so ricniy nierit, would votes too much lime with the fair sex. Mr. Stone's land sales aggregate 914 J that party which by its jobbery and corstill further encroach upon our ad- See? Mr. II. J. Twigg, proprietor of the acres for $09,795. To thissliould be added ruption has disgraced the fair name of vertisers and cause otherb to be omitWhites Station 'possum much, has gone $1,000 for horses and other personalty ted. Kentucky. The Cumax appeals to Miss Dickson, Paris. into the poultry business this year on a sold last week, making a grand total of every Democrat to rally to its upport in The associate editor is grateful for largeEcale. He has two incubators and Miss Roe, bhelby ville. an engravedinvitatiou to the marriage is raising chickens faster than a dozen $71,375. the prosecution of this good work. Miss Dudley, Frankfort. of Miss Ellen Granger Owsley, to Mr. Methodist pieachcrs could eat. Preparatory Exercises. Miss Green, Selma, Ala. Win Robinson Cook, tomorrow at 8 "Batile-Ax- " We observe that Hon. Samuel Avritt, John Ballard uponseeing p. m. at Lancaster. The bride is the an Miss Pickles, Lexington. This year's exercises of tho Preadvertisement ota lately of Lebanon, but now a prominent in only daughter of Mrs. Ellen Letcher a newspaper, remarkedrevolving shirtwas paratory may be said to have cipst d Miss McGinn, Versailles. that that Owsley, and Judge Mike Owsley, de- nothing e member of the Louisville Uar, is a any previous commencement of that him. Miss Fish, Nicholasville. ceased, and sister of Wm. O., Letcher, "I have new to wearing 'Why." said he, Department of Central University. for Judge of the Ijw ami Equity Veen revolving socks Misses Hall, Little Rock. a id Casey M. Owsley. She is a fa- and drawers for the last twenty years " The occasion long- since became a . div'iMon of the Louisville Circuit Court. mous beauty who has dragged more feature of the week's festivities, and Miss Pearson, Lexington. In half a century the people of the Falls "Gould" Dunn was badly disappointed this year the crowd was larger than beaux at her chariot wheels than any Miss Amsdcn, Versailles. City have had no opportunity to honor a other young lady in the State. De- by a preacher notching his appoint- usual, and interested at all times. Sill Miss Delaney, Covington. spite the fact that she has been the ment at the chapel recently, having purInterest was largely centered in the higher type of the just judge, upright Misses Wntt-s- , Chilesburg. subject of many illustrated sketches, chased a new suit of clothes with the declamatory contests, as follows: citizen, aud christian gentleman. If the lavish compli anticipation of taking a trout seat and attention, and Junior Division. Miss Bryant, Nicholasville. voice of one who knows tiie man well ments that would liave spoiled a less giving the audience a full display of his Geo. W. Pickels. Jr., . Richmond, Ky Misses Ixjtchcr, Cincinnati. Subject "Opportunities For Work." wise woman, Miss Owsley has main- i lings. could elevate him to his proper station Miss MCMillcn, Chattanooga. Richmond, Ky Betts,. unaffected manner tained a sweet, Farristown, our little colored village Birbee that one would wihiugly suffer for all Scbject "What Is The Destiny of Onr Misses Hazelrigg, Frankfort. that renders her irresistible. Her can exiel auy place in the State to its Republic' mistakes he might incur, for Samuel Avfortunate suitor, who has thus con- 6ize for facilities. In addition to a Miss Gatewood, Mt Sterling. Richmond, Ky ritt is one of the truest, safest, gentlest quered an army and won a queen, is wholesale (?) grocery store they have a John Ethard Creed, Subject "Mississippi Contested Election." Miss Nellie Hood, Covington. a graduate of Centre College, 28 years doctor.va tooth carpenter, a blacksmith and best of men. If Jefferson county Senior Division. Rev. S. V. M. Logan, Stanford. e of age, owns a farm, is an shop, a watch fixer, two barbers, a n?gio c. Cromwell Pattcson, Campbellsville, Ky would honor herself let her honor ibis Subject "kulogy Uo Henry Urarty." v Miss Rridgeforth Mt. Sterling. upright, industrious, and popular candidate for Constable, a coffin maker, able and excellent man. Campbellsville. Ky young gentleman. rwo preachers and a dozen chicken Gay J. Chandler, Miss Ethel Garner. Winchester. Subject "Death Bed ol Benedict Arnold." Mrs. G. W. Smith, Columbus, O. Mr. Casey M. Owsley, a graduate rogues. . Richmond, Ky In line with its policy to support the Eobt. F. Scudder, "Jumbo" Harris has quit the hog Subject "Voices ol the Dead." from the Law Department of the U. Miss McConnell, Talladega, Ala. cause which needs nsistaiice, ami op.. College Hill, Ky . Ayres, of Va.j is the guest of his proud railing business by shipping out his en- H. D.Subject Miss Bessie May Davis. Danville. pose the wrong which needs resistnce, "The Convict's Soliloquy." brother, Mr. Wm. O. Owsley. When tire stock last week to Paris. Tlie lot 33 Miss Evelyn Price, Harrodsburg. Tho speeches wero so excellent, so the Stanford Jourmd says: Casey left here he promised to study consisted of one ground hog, which was hard, think not of the girls, discard sold to a railroad conductor for 50 cents. uniformly good, thnt the judges had Miss Lula Bryant, Houston, Tex. "Notwithstanding certain boltocralp dillleulty in bringing in decision?. was Miss Virginia Chenault, Mt. Ster- his cob pipe, and return with the Mr. Harris frays the animal aftercaptured have sought ami obtained nominations However they awarded the prizes devourrecord of a well spent year. From in the Rorkey Mountains ling. for county ofli-by the Republicans, sources he knows not of we hear he ing three men and was traded to him o Messrs. Ureed and Chundier in Miss Kathrynno Harvey, Louis- has excelled tho fondest hopes of his for real estate at Rockwood, Tenn. Mr. their respective divisions, which met there seems to be little disaffection in best friends, and as one of them we Harris was expecting to make a foitune with popular appiovaL Tho invocaBoyle. In the primary last Saturday ville Misses Curd and Escott, Sholdy-vill- rejoice over his brilliant career in the by putting the animal on exhibition but tion was pronounced by Rov. T. SI. 1,307 voles were cast, whereas but 1,20G great institution of the Mother State. he became so vicious as he grew older Hawes, of Louisville; line music, by were rocorded for Bryan. This shows Mr. Frank Carr, of Paris, is with But it is not to be wondered at, since he thought it advisable to get rid of him glee club. Tho honor roll was interesting, and that the Democrats are unite Ion local friends here. he is richly endowed intellectually, at once, fearing the loss of some of his - revealed a high class of scholarship irifted in hpeecht musical, pontic, pol- - children. issues i nd that the excellent ticket nomMr. A- - Woolstcin was in CincinnaMr. B. F. Brown, who never stretches The prizes were given, as follows: lsned, eompanionauie. Talents are inated will be elected. The redemption ti last week. . For highest average. G. W. Pickels, (According to one authority the word which would adorn a and the Denny is visiting Miss his the envy of his kind. prince now of ablauket of veracity, has in the Way Jr., llichinond; II. lr3Vyres, of ColMiss Willie of the county will lie hailed with delight "dollar" is a corruption of the German Just be curiosity t petrified 1mm. Mr. word "thaler," the form in Dutch beinir by all who love Democracy and honest Florrie Heath. as he stands upon the threshold of Brown sjj-- he came by it in this" way; lege Hill, and Chas. Trrill, of Rich"daalder," Danish "daler," and Italian Mr. J. U. Nell is at home from active life, fitted to encounter and Some years ago he had some meat, stolen mond, were close contestants. "tallero " All these different forms were government." derived from Joachim's Thai, a Bohemain Prize for advanced hpelling, II. D. Washington. overcome its myriad difilculties and from his smoke house and' after making town, where the Count of Schlick, A. D. Ayres. Mrs. Harry Morgan leaves- for Chi- temptations, surrounded by friends a search in the iieighlorhood among 1517, coined some excellent pieces in silver Liking the single standard no less, but The Principal. Prof. Chandler, of one ounce in weight. "From the name whose fond hopes tint his future with 6ome suspected parties without finding loving his part' more, honoring the hon- cago next week. of the town came Joachim's thaler, applied complimented the school upon its he to the Mrs. R. E L. Biggerstalf is at home a rosy hue, may to pause and dedi- it he gave the matter up, believing the excellent deportment all the year, coins, as well as that esty of purpose of the minority, but noblest purposes meat was concealed in the woods some cate his powers of SchUckcnthaler. Hence, Joachim's from Mt. Sterling. pieces were first contracted into end may be that his best. place. Well, in about two v&ars after- and upon having kept ug its woik to V,' thaler obeying the will of the majority, opposthat his Attorney Hugh Riddell was down In this last Joachim's thalers and then into thalers the end. Corporal punishment Mas hope join thousands who wards Mr. Brown was moving an old ing Republicanism, supporting Democ- from Irvine Monday. These coins gained such a reputation," -revere the memory of his gifted straw stack and to his surprise he dis- inflicted only onco during the entirj says the St. Louis that racy, the Stanford Interior-JournMcCreary was called to father, the late Judgo Mike Owsley, of covered one of tho missing hams us term, which is evidence of the disciHon. J. B. they became a pattern, so that others of the same kind, though made in other places, plants its gnns on the ramparts and fires "Washington on business. as it was when btolen from his pline and good order maintained. lmcaster. took the name, the word assuming different It is a pleasure to add that Prof. upon the common enemy, fit example spelling through Hon. and Mrs. W. T. Tevis and the low countries, After their sun has passed its zenith, meat house with the exception of being reaching Spain as dollars, and through from Msssouri. there will come a day in the lives of changed to a rock. So perfect is the Chandler, who will be retained next for the emulation of the disgruntled ele- Miss Myra are at home year, has given satisfaction to a 1 its provinces transmitted to the Western generation when ham Mr. Brown has placed it on his ta- concerned. Ho has labored faithfulhemisphere, where it was applied to coins Miss Lila Chenault is at home from this ment who are sulking in their tentST prior to the adoption of the federal currenMiss Gay's house party at Winches- their eyes will wander back to these ble on several occasions when visitors ly and intelligently and has tho best Editor Walton says : cy. In coinage the word 'dollar' is a favorwere present ter. early years, and certain bright marks on it with a and had them to dive in wishes of the patrons and friends of ite, being found nnder various spellings in fork, tak"The State convention which met at sharp knife almost every part of the globe." The value Mr. Lyman Beecher, of Hillsboro, along the course will hold them hov- ing it to be an old countryaud It is dnu his. asboiled ham. the Institution. of a dollar has so increased of late that it Frankfort Wednesday, was a strictly 16 O., was Miss McDowell's gueet last ering above in dreams. sistants, Profs. Benton, Lallancu and will now purchase twice as much as fonner- -. Our commencement weeks, with all to 1 body. There was no effort and no week. Delayed. Sanderson, to say that they. supported ly, particularly. In dry goods, clothing, and y splendor, their sungent's furnishings at the New York Store, heir tho Principal iu his labors and did apparent desire to dodge the issne for Miss Sue Irvine, of Danville, will shine butter-flnext to Farmer's National Bank, Richmond, and T.ong have imaged bright highly acceptnbl work. wed Mr. Gerard, of Bowling Green, memory pictures and harmony's sake and a straight out decla'fr, . 'Vjr- Elder Neal will preach at Speedwell written heart ration for the Chicago platform tomorrow. histories all their own. Standingout Saturday uight and Sunday. 31C0 Ecwari $100. Dr. C. F. Burnam. Jr., was wel- in the rich fun and fashion banquet was made. Bryan was endorsed anil de Indications point to bliort meadowr, comed home ou Saturday from Bal- of "J7 is the "coming out" party of The renlers of this paper will bo scribed as 'the peerless orator aud states- timore. Miss Mattie Tribhle on tho evening pleai-e,to learn that there is at least men.' Chairman I'. P. Johnson was Mrs J. D. Feeny, Jrvof Paris, is at of June 3. Nature and Art join d Awarded one dreaded diease lhat Ecience has retained as chairman of the State Cen- the bedside of her "father, John hands with the mistress of the West Highest Honors World's Fair, been able lo cure in all iu stages, and Main home to inuke thnt home a tral Committee and a program for an llaughman. tlra't is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh- - Cure is Miss Lena Bryant Harris, of this poet's dream. Tho yard 'and longr our. 1 lie en active campaign mapped couutv, was graduated last week at galleries were bathed 1n the tender the. only josiiixo cure Inown to the thusiasm ot ibe large crowd was un-- i .Jessamine Institute. , v liuhtof a showerof Chinese lanterns. Catairh lieinir a medical fraternity. wljito gold parlor bounded and if the delegates reflect the Mr. Chas. Oldham, of Mt Sterling., The bcaoti.ful withand conFliuuIonal disease, requires a graceful banks were deiajratetl feelings of their constituents there was over mi Monday. His Busy Bee and columTis of marguerites and sml-laHall's Catarrh treatment. going to be a Democratic victory this Store is humming. All through the picturesque ' ' V ;Curc is taken internally, acting directly" ! year that will set the pace forall future ' "' Mr. S. V. Rowland and" wife, of halls were "vases and trailing garlands '"" ''yK- upon the blood and inucons surfaces of Danville, are visiting their daugh- of flowors and ferns 5f various 'variebetyears. The Democrats never had a ter, Mrst S. B. White. the iystqm, J hereby drs'royliig the founties; while" the dining room wiw a ter opportunity nor more campaign vision rose- Mr. J. Mc Cotton and wife, of Cin- - radiant, dation of the disease, anil giving the than the State anil National ad- rciunati, wa with Mr. and Mis. A. C. colored draperies, hundreds of strength by building np the constiministrations have manufactured for Buchanan last week. candles twinkling under huntution ami assis'.ing nature iu loing them and it wont le hard to get tho shades, throwof Mr. and Mrs. Eph iiillard. nee dreds work. The proprietors have so much stray sheep back Into the fold .when Miss Burke, of Danville, visited ex--ji ing their soft rosy lights on a profusion of mormet roses on every hand. faith irt its curative powers, that they ofyor '"nsonS'indHy. ther are fully acquainted with the man wore an exquisite while fer One Hundred dollars for any case .Mra. Will Watts and two charming Miss Tdbble er in which the Republicans run thing?. organdy ; which Drought out all the that it failfi to cure. Send for list of testi- The Interior Journal hopes to add its daughter, of Chilesburg, are guests streugth and' sweetness of her bru . . . . numerous relatives here. jnonia! full quota to the fighting strength of the of netteface. Assisted by her mother MOSTiPERFECT MADE. Mrs. A. T. Million attended the "K &JZ-Vin , air. oimu inume, sue ; A'ddres. F.J. CHENEY & Co.1. " Democratic army and to proclaim in d Uomm'encement of Hamilton College, ana nrotner, cordial grace the 6ns PGrar.9wm of TarUr Powder. Jrec ToTodo, O, 8Sr-3$received with ty TiXaftn' nr ,.v-- . , veaber next that Kentucky je fulh? and. ) la. Alma ...-.- , laof wnnl' !t6 wm Ammonia, Alutnorany other aduterant, " hundred and Hfty guests., Added ". 111 I I li BPHHB P II tytilBM." MlHeg .Beetle WU AUMtte IttdOelV ta otH&Jty jWU ejewwieejBi iMonmww -' z iT- i S 'W'0 , a . ."'5.-. - 4' I K ,t - r.' 2 ti j ? "1! .l I if , r i j,. 'Lrsr 7 ' " .' . - 5. sffieKTfti'si. ........ its. SexS--.,- . 'iWli'lWrtii JsSsjof tit .w,'nil i't MriMttnmiMMiinti Pfl'tiPWiiiWIiClllBH'aJMi'ii c '1Wliikl ."I ftw M' lWiHP" Tih ' j . TrlMWwmTTilffaMrjf WmiMmlnrarimmllrlmMmJmniMm& r vjf e . ,ay;agazFas.towiftagra fl f. . 'K.TIP i ,fecrxr .'' . " Mt WwtmwValWmWnlr!SSniMm'i'i r ittr i itTWWTrTliii iTWiinBirr Ifir- iTi r c"'- The Richmond Climax. anti-Tuesda- HNfcp Tk Climax Printing to-da- y Irtweiy Scott We Handle & iftS prick Plazee ' rj-ewit- 1 Woman's Greatest Dislike .? fh W r the Grades, to-da-y y, Fine, Medium and Priced. f al Ex-Uay- or BIRTHS, to-da- y OcirScipSirMlcl Hood s aiter-dlnne- Is Spring Cleaning iui why not make it ue more pleasant her. al DEATfiS. r ' A We Make To Order n, New I hings . -- - llxnna-McKinl- cy Scott k Frazee, - j Shag-Nat- y Freeman Brothers Hard Timz 1 - haj. ( a i price. Is the place to go when you want a pair of shoes at a reasonable Our Slock is Complete " - 3 CC Our BARGAIN Hill r u - LOCAL coi hvtf?o funiL-liin- Mitel to See Pietaliiti2ti 1 lowest. We also keep a full line of choice groceries which we sell as low as the Freenpi Bros., First Street. .i m mm uoTtffeife raTiTp 15ur-nam- PERSONAL. can-dat- r2wmme!T B '--i wmtii JL. 700-acr- (Q) mmmJh r Is , mi fto flM) "pfe es e. s above-nam- al Globe-Democr- nat-nr- al light-heart- ed half-wakin- g , Pajstola. i- - x. ma-"tcri- al rose-color- ed w CREAM VllfV "JV' 11 "pa-t'fe- ut rose-color- ed rose-color- ed BAKING PtWDf B - . -- iW .lt -- . .i -- Mt - 'f '- -- r i7 . SgfffiSffjirrffWffiMaRmammHTn '!., - n:A0 si sfi-ii- ,- JWtfsf JHe-2-Jm!r ?'- mfjSfj.-- yWn'fr I . " : jm WWIIW i WWIIH H --- ri' T "asafiBr-Ci-.i.- ."-- - yi Al1 . - i ... "1 -"- v:k ! II &; v Wo have opened the Boston Great Bargain fctore with a fall line of ladies and gents furnishing goods, fashionablo clothing, boots, shoes, hat-- , caps, musi cal instruments, etc. Everything at the lowest prices. Will also "inake snecial prices for the next "(30 days, every day from 10 a. m until 2 p.-rSaturday's from 10 a. m. until 9 p. m Call on me and look at goods. Ilespt. Yours, A. DOBROWSKY, Prop., 21 First St., Richmond, Ky. o., " ,'- Sicr? - .'"' II ' V - i v-- Did you notice in last week's paper the announcement of our special sale in men's five dollar tan Shoes for $3.85 ? If you didn't others WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1897. did for they have been going in a rush, we have some left yet They' ClTV Democratic primary July are not old stylo goods butnp to date, !5th. bran new goods. Covington & MitchRobert Turlcy fell from a cherry ell. tree and broke two ribs. Big Fox Chase. Col. Jack Chinn, of Mercer count', B. II. Nealo sold linron Bell to and Mnse Wall, of Adairville, have arPittsburg parties for $090 The Richmond Climax. Shot In The Foot. Littlo Jim Trlbble is nursing a punctured too, having rested a flobert rifle inuissle on hts foot In tin effort to cock the gun. It wont oil and the ball torn through the Instep. Jim will be all right soon. Maupin And Walker Fox Hounds Sold to Ohio Parlies. Last week the "Woodford Fox Hunting Club sold to N. A. Richards, manager of theGny CliffFox Hunting Club of Cleveland, O., a pack of eight dogs, by the famous fox hound Search. This is certainly the finest pack of doga that ever left this State. These gentlemen have been breeding for a number of years, nnd have used the Manpin and Walker stock exclusively, consequently have the finest hounds of any in the world. The price was private, but is said to bo big. The Maupin and Walker breed of hounds are from the celebrated stock of Madison and Garrard comities TTHSIT Y0TJ TAKS 70UR VACATION the most necessary article to have with you (alter j our pocket hook) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is all absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bow els cauecd by a change of water. You are likely to need it. june-2-lm vXvS5riSy NyMp Wilt CLEARANCE SALE t 3 e '4 - v t Chas. H. Ryan will open a hotel in his new building in Russellsville. THE EfiHT MID-SPRI- th m -- NG ;l ranged a running match between their The White clover crop is heavier packs of hounds. The race w ill take place this year than has been forbears. some time this mouth near Shepherds-villCaldwell High School Commcnco Bullitt county, for S300 a bide. Go. Each is to pick five dogs, go into the innt at 10 a. m. Mr. E R. Shrewsbery has received woods, and the owner who first cries enough or whose docs first quit the chase e. the appointment for the Kirksullo is to be the loser. e, posl-oflie- je2-2- m Harry Morgan, the boss fanner of W hites fetation, has a garden full of fresli esetables- The Richmond Produce & Coal Co. want 10,000 bushels of good Blue, tirass seed. Ina Foster is nursing a broken lej;, caused by a horws ho was leading falling upon him. Daughters of the Confederacy will meet in public library room next Friday at 10 o'clock. Burrell Million's Pattic Letcher won jesterday at Latonia, Banquo second, Sharon third. Valley View church will be dedicated next Sunday, June IS. Dinner on the ground. Public invited. The Richmond Military "Band will give an opetr aiweoncert Friday night in front of court house. -- Rev. E II. Burnam will prauh ai tlif Baptist church, this city, on Suii'l.ij next, the 13th. All invited Closing exercises of Caldwell High School in the chapel at 10 a. m. Fine program. A. That S. P. Paris Green at Clark Douglas' is instant death to a potato bug or tobacco worm. so? In its various exchange notices the Courier-Journhas systematically slighted the silver news papers for the last six months, so that every item political or otherwise, is clipped from a gold standard organ. It is true they are not Y. M. C. A. Summer School, Knoxville Tenn. numerous, but you can Bpot them by the very absence of that large number of June 18th-27- lh. v journals which formerly supplied the For the occasion the Southern Railway editor of the "In And About" column so will sell excursion tickets to Knoxvillc much of his interesting matter. atone fare for the round trip, June 10th AVe find the Kentuckv Register in the to 19th. Tickets good for return until! list of Mondav's Courier-Journa- l. That June 30th. Call on ticket agents South must be a mistake. Or is it a mistake? ern Railway for rates and information. Big Strawberry Supper at Kirksville. A. Whedon, City Passenger Agent, 21G Fourth Ave, Louismlle, Ky. The ladies of Kirksville whose reputation for hospitality, religion, and every A Sad Death. good work is known throughout the cour-t- y, Chapel Heath, eldest son of Dr. and won fresh honors for themselves last Mrs. M. C Heath, died at the Gibson Friday night w hen they gave a big strawHoue, Cincinnati, on Saturday night, berry supper for the benefit ot the Pres and was buried on Monday in the Rich- bvtenan Church. It needed only the mond cemetery. He was a most genteel, announcement to attract thither people polite oung man, without an enemy in from the surrounding country aa far as the wcrld. The procession was a large White Station, Silver Creek, Paint Lick, one and the floral olTerinus superb arid Lancaster, etc., and these are loud in numerous, and as they were laid by gen- praise of the evening's enteitainment. tle hands upon his pnlseless form many In eyery way was it a success, as well as were the tears of honest grief shed oxer financially, $40 being cleared. Mr. R. his early death. D. Campbell, onr alert friend, was there s "Turnpike King" Wouldn't Sell His Pike And w itli his best girl, and they do say that the strawberries are larger and more lus County Will Condemn If. cious, the cirls more beautiful, the ladies The Bourbon Fiscal Court offered Col. "W. W. Baldwin $15,000 for the handsomer, and the men more gallant fifteen miles of his famous turnpike in that section than any where else on within the county limits. Col. Bald- the map. Mr. Campbell is profuse in win aks $45,00) for that portion of hiscompliinent8 and very grateful for the road. Inveiw of the refusal of favors shown. After the supper Miss the offer the court inistuted condem- Minnie Dunn entertained the Richmond natory proceedings aganist Col. Bald- crowd at Mr. T. J. Curtis'. al Can it bo Hundreds of thousands have been in duced to try Chamberlain's Cough Reme-d- v by reading what it has done for others, and having tested its merits for themselves are y its warmest friends. For sale by W. G AVhite Richmond, Ky. to-da- AT THE june-2-l- m Raiders arc still destroying beds in Anderson county. Bee Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. todacco torei u M UJ 1 J Wukn bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c mayo lyr tw Auclecined fmilding will be erected at Slate C'ol'ige. Uter lug exposed to the cold or wetj take a duae or two of Dr. Bell's Pine TarT I QhjI bt .AKW9 Bbh. As usual not a single piece of geeds, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion we carry, i hat has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife. Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirely beyond recognition. .- 1 -i Are gaining favor rapidly. isiismess men and travellers carry them in vest pocket, ladies oirrr tliem In pnraes. housekeeper keep thorn in medUnt cloteU, friends recommend, tbem to friends. 5v Fills Un ey and fortify yourself ajrainst cold. ' 'lis is ono of the most efficacious rem- uiis known to science for coughs, colds and incipient "coiiBiiniplion. It Woodburn High School will close on Friday, June 11. C.bc.uiETs stimulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. 10c. mavl-ly Go to Valley View Sunday. Mons Curative power is contained in Hood's Sarsaparilla thau in any other similar preparation. It costs the proprietor and manufacturer more. It costs the Jobber more and it is worth more to the, consumer. More skill is required in its preparation and it combines more remedial qualities than any other medicine. Consequently it has a record of more cures and its sales are more than those of any dth-e- r preparation. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine to buy because it is an honest medicine and thoupands of testimonials prove that it does actually and permanently cure disease, june-2-lm At a special meeting of the Fisral Court it was decided not to sell Hardin's stock iu the L. & N. at the present price. Mr. Richard J. McKee has been win's pike and againist the Shaw-ha- n & Ruddell's Mills pike. assigned to the W. S. Hume distillery, When these pikes are freed there will be no together with Mr. T. P. Dudley. toll gates in Bourbon county. A "Sure Cure For Blindness," Waived an Examination. discovered by V. W. H., of Perkins, K , will be published next week. Shelton Chambers who stabbed We guarantee every can of Rain- and killed Eugene Johnson, both bow Beady Mixed Paint to give colored, last Saturday week, in this tatrsfaction. Clakk & Douglas. city, waived an examination and was held over to the Grand Jury Dr. Landman the Oculist and without bail. Although life Optician, of Cincinnati, will be at blood was gushing from his knife the Mr J. B. Willis' on Wednesday, Jujc wound Johnson pursued his slayer loth for a square. Exausted from th" los-The annual convention of the W. blood, and with the words, "I am (' T U. vt ill begin at ML Vernon to- dying" yet echoing, he gasped and day and continue and died in the court house yard. of Mrs. While's Musical. Friday. WTe Mr. Burrell Million's New Horse. guarantee every can of Rainbow Ready Mixed Paint to give .satisfaction. Clakk & Douglas. Allie Adams, defeated candidate for coroner, spoke an hour on Monday in behalf of Milward Brown and the Democratic ticket. Mrs. Mattie Aherbon, the famous ake maker of Madison, is an artist when it comes to gardening. She has the finest sweet potato plants on the market for sale. tf Mr. B. B. Million's latest purchase is Cunardo, by imported Stylites, the only colt by that great horse. He sold in the east as a yearling for $7,500, defeating all the ciack racers. At 4 he beat every coiner in steeple-chasincarrying 155 pounds, making the mile in 1:46. Cunardo is 1G' hands high and is said to be the best bred horse in the State. He will replace Bill Letcher in the stud, v Inch is a tribute to his worth In Matrimonial g, Mrs. W. G. White's pupils gave a piano forte recital at tho Hotel Glyn-do- n last Tuesday night at which a handsome audience was gathered. There were fourteen numbers executed, all with a grace of movement and correctness that must have gratified Mrs. White, as it did the critical audience. A feature of the evening was tho cornet solo by Miss Ollie Pigg, the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mis. Henry Pigg. She, like her sister, Delia, is a gifted musician, and her cornet solo was certain to be ns good as her piano performance. Her instructor, Prof. Mitchell, t and was quite proud of his pupil. A contest for a medal for the best performer was with difficulty decided, loqairing two sets of judges to .settle the matter. At last it was declared a tie between Misses Geneva E. Moherly and Ollie Pigg, who each received a medal. Miss Tommie West, who showed the greatest improvement for the term, was awarded a special prize. Miss Olivia Baldwin, a former pupil, added to the evening's enjoyment by rendering a piano solo. was-presen- CiiEXAin.T-Rm- n. The announcement is made that Mr. Daniel M Chenault will wed, on July 1st, Miss The Ci.isr.vx was remembered by an Elizabeth Reid, of Mt. Sterling. The invitation. groom is a well known practicing at- Among the twenty-liv- e graduates Circles. Band Concert. of Georgetown College, June 9th, will b Mr. Carlos A. Fish, of Paint Lick. .Judge John C Chenault. at Bice Station, last Thursday, got lib right The bride is a Aery handsome oniur foot considerably smashed. And is now lady, whose father, Mr. J. Davis able to be out, Reid, is a biother of the late Judge You will find a full line of drugs Richard Reid. Miss Reid has freand druggist sundries, paints, oils, quently visited here, and her return etc., perfumes and toilet articles, as Mrt. 1). M. Chenault will be welstationery and school supplies at comed by the large circle of friends of herself and husband. corner Main and First Sts. A. ty C. B. Henry, on R. N. B. railroad, while SAitchiug cars I. torney at this Bar, arid a brother of scenic attracBdtraore, the palatial country seat of Mr. Vanderbilt, costing millions of dollars, in one of the and narrowly escaped suifcring con- attractions This is a splendid opportucussion of the brain. nity' to spend a few weeks vacation pleasThe Republican city primary has antly and at small expense. See Ticket been postponed to August 14th, when Agents Southern Railway for rates and delegates to the late Republican con- information. A. Whedon, City Passenger Agent, vention will meet aiul select candi-- d 210 Fourth Ae, Louisville. ites for the various city offices. Win. II. Tayloe, Asst. Gcnl. Pass. Having swapped his farm at Paint Agent, Louisville, Ky. WT. or Douolas. The new road will run a special to the dedication of the Valley View Presbyterian Church on Sunday, leaving at 9 a. m , returning at 3. Round trip GO cents. Mary, the beautiful Collins, fell daughter of from a hammock at Harrodsburg CiAi:it A. Half Rates to Ashcville N. C. The Southern Railway will sell to Asheville June 13 to Jotln at one fare for the round trip account Summer School Y. M. C. A. Asheville and iunit, known as the "Land of the Sky" excur-tiekets is noted for its wonderful tions and perfei t climate. Lick for F. Powers' part of the Richmond Drug Store, Mr. W. Har-ve- y Douglas has moved his family to the Hacker residence on East Main. The Sunday Dispatch is sjstcmat really delayed somewhere on the road and fails to gel here. This is getting to be monotonous and somebody w ill get his walking papers soon, if it is not Important Salary Reductions. If you want to be astonished call as we did on S. L. Midkiff and examine his line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and road wagons and get his prices for same. The poorest can a fiord to ride in a vehicle tf atJiis prices. They come, they see and inspect, are pleased and purchase, take them home, like them better when they put thejn on, others see them, and want them, come and call for something. Why Is It? The prices are right, the qualities are right, the styles are correct. AVe have some more of the same clothing for you. h mMi m Richmond, Ky.,on ttio aforesaid day, for the aforesaid purpose. 2nd. That for the purpose of deCovington fc Mitchell. fraying the expenses of conducting Mr. Brulus J. Clay's Faic Still in The said primary election, the candidates Court Day. Balance. who propose to submit their names, Fair crowd. 400 cattle at pens, 4 In his contest for the Swiss mission, shall, on or before the 1st day of July, cents for weighed stuff. Horse and Mr. Brutus J. Clay, of this city, has tho 1897, pay to the chairman of this committee the following.sums: Each canmule trade dull. satisfaction of knowing that his neigh- didate for Mayor, City Judge, City bors are for and not against him, as is Attorney and Constable, $10.00; each A Young Groom Adjudged Insane. for the case with his competitor, Mr. Leish-raa- candidato00, Councilman aud MagisWilliam Snowden, aged 21 years, trate, $2 of Pennsylvania, who has the cour3rd. That said primary election was sent to the asylum at Lexington Lost Wednesday. He had been mar- age to face the President with a protest shall be conducted by oftlceis to be signed by 8,000 employes of the Carnegie hereafter named by this committee. ried only four months. 4th. That the Chairman'mul SecreSteel Works, of which Mr. Leishman is tary of this committee are hereby apWhy Hot Celebrate? president The men urge Mr. McKinley pointed a committee to provide the Why not celebrate the completion not to appoint their "bos," and indicate ballots and make all arrangements of the Government Building when it their intention to vote the Democratic for holding said election. 5th. It is ordered that all is formally turned over to the offi- ticket if their protest is not heeded. But qualified voters who consider legally speeches by Gov. Mc- - then Mr. Leishman, it is said, gave $50,- - selves Demociats, and who willthemcials? Have supCreary and others. 030 to help elect McKinley last fall, and port the nominees of this primary and wj fear he will overlook the claims of our election,age all youri&men now unThe Oenhsts Meet At Owcr.slwo. of twenty-on- e years, who excellent townsman and friend to pay the der the The annual meeting of the State will attain their majority on or political debt he owes to tho Pennsvlva-niatho clay of the next general elecDental Association this year will Secretary Sherman and Senator tion, in November, 1897, and who detake place June 15 at Owcnsboro. Dr. clare their purpose and intention to A. Wilkes Smith, chairman of the Hanna are both for Mr. Way. The for affiliate with tho Domocralc party, mer especially will do anything in his j shall be entitled to vote iu safd,pri-mar- y Board of examiners, wilbattend from jower to land him;, so his chances are. election. this city. 6th. That the .Chairman of this still very good. Certainly Judge Rics Will Run. I lore's hoping we miy soon leirn of Mr. 'committee give public notice of this posting a copy of J n dee Henry C. Rice will make the Clay's appointment. Aside from tho election by of the three voting this orplace? der at each race for the Democratic "nomination for well wishes of his personal friends, of the in Richmond, Jly., and shall publish City Judge. He is a competent, fearless endorsementof the many friends if his a copy of this order in every issue of administrator xt the laws, a terror to evil popular wife could avail, Mr, Clay would the liicmnona uira ax ana iientucky doers, and will doubtless be given the OHKily land tho prize, and the United Register from date of adoption to umq of said primary election. honor of another nomination, and a States would be represented byeHtnck-- , .ijuuiiuv xiuuui.k, vi lur. ns, ami typicftUventuoKiaiia at tht,A EuuseaueHt electros, iioux. i5j.xTBtocy. . ,. i l ir. . - ' J"- l n, At the last council meeting N. B. Tni-pi- n introduced a resolution, seconded by C. T. Wells, and unaniinnus'y carried, Mayor Covington and J. I). I)i kesab-en- t, that the salaries of city officers be reduced as follows: City attorney $50 per month, instead of 30 percent of police court lines, a saving of 003 per year. Fe;s of City ColChief of lector are similarly reduced. Police S50 instead of $75 per month; assistant, or night police, $50 instead of $00 The two other policemen's salar ies cut from $00 to $40. These do not take effect until expiration of present term, ending Jan. 1. '9S. It is claimed that this w ill save several thousands of dollars annually to the city, or cnouch in a few yctfrs to pay off the indebtedness and reduce taxation to a minimum. If this retrenchment shall succeed, without low ejing the city's service, the promoters will receive the thanks of all citizens. There is a good way by which to measure the quality of music rendered by our town band whereby its merits may be understood and appreciated by those citizens who have not ve had the pleasure of hearing it. It is, to say that the present baud makes better music than did ever the old organization under that truly excellent master, Prof. Herbert! It is true that a number of the pieseut band were developed by Herbert, and are now perfecting their knowledge, but all of this redounds to the credit of the present instructor, Prof. Robert Mitchell, and verifies the claim that, good as the old baud was, the new-on- e is its superior. On Thuraday night in the Court House yard, the first open-ai- r concert took place, pursuant to announcement in the Cum x. The program was the most select anil difficult ever attempted by a local organization. But the execution was so gool that the critics in the crowd joined in the geucral demonstrations and gave Prof. Mitebeirand his menu great ovation. This is the Hist time an oichestra worthy the name has ever been evolved from local talent in our bands. However, the recent performances of Prof. Mitchell's Orchestra warrant tho belief that they will ere long tread on the heels of the mighty Saxton and ask of him a, divisional the patronage of tho music-lovinpeople of this section. Gentlemen of the band and orchestra, vou deserve praise and encouragement for your patient study, your personal sacrifices, and your splendid achievements. Were jou not here we would miss and welcome you. Here, we should encourage and support jou, and we trust that the people of Madison will have an interest in your success, a pride in jour performances, and a willingness to patroni yon whenever they need the servfees of efficient musicians." g Fifty Dollars a week easily made. Agents wanted iu every locality for Hon. W J. Br.van'8 great and only book, "The First Battle." The best seller every produced. Agents are taking as many as 200 orders per week. Beware of fraudulent imitations. Send foroutfit and begin work at once. W. B. Conkey Company, Publishers 341 Dearborn Street, Chicago. niay-1- 2 2m Gus Schrader committed suicide by shooting himself last night. He was a Editor Will Scott, of the Central City Lagrange farmer. Republican, got the Dawson Springs Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the postoffice, a deserv ed recognition. Burton House, JJurton, V. Va , ami one Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Yor Life Away. of the most widely known men in the If you want to quit tobacco usiug easily state was cured of rhenmaMm after three and forever, be mado well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vijror, take jears of suffering. He says: "I have not tho wiinder-- orl.er, tliat invites weak men strung. Many Kaiu ten pounds in ten days. sufficient command of language to convey Over 100,000 cured. Bu any idea of what I suffered, mv nhvsi- - drupgist, under guarantee to cure,of your 60o or ciaus told me that nothing could be done ft 00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Stciling HemedyCo ,Chu-.ic- o or New York. lor mo and my friends werefullly convinThe June term of Spencer Circuit ced that nothing but death would relieve me of my suffering. In June, 1S94, Mr. Court promises to be the lightest and Evans then salesman for the "Wheeling most uninteresting. Drug Co., recommended Chamberlain's JrsT try a 10c. box of ('ascarets, the Pain Dahn. At this time may foot and finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl-l- y limb were swollen to more than dauble made. their normal size and it Eeemed to me my A protracted meeting will bo started lei; w ould burst, but soon after I began at the Christian church in Madisonville using the Pain Balm the swelling began next Sunday. to decrease, the pain to leave, and now I A healthy appetite, with perfect digesconsider that I am entirely cured. For tion and assimilation, may be secured by sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. the ufce of Ayer's Pills. Thev cleanse june-2-land sireugthen the whole alimentary Banker Hcnery C. Bohon, of Harrods-nrs- canal and remove all obstructions to the died suddenly and unexpectedly natural functions of either sex, without last night. any unpleasant effects. It "For three years wo have never been The Knights of Pjthias at Madison-villea- re without Chambealain's Colic, Cholera talking of orgnanizing a uniand Diarrhoea Remedy in the house," form rank. says A. H. Patter, with E. C. Atkins &. Everybody Sayit o. Co, Indianapolis, Ind., "and my wife Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most would as soon think of being without medical discovery of tlie age. p'eas-aflour as a bottle of this Remedy iu the and refreshing to the tasie. art pently and positively and summer season e have used it w ith all cleansing tho on kidneys, hveidlsptlliowcls, colds, entire svstem, three of our children and it has never cm o headache, fever, liaMlual tonstipat.oa and biliousness. Plcaso buy and try a box failed to cure not simply stop patu, hut of C. C. C 10, i"., '0 cents, b'old and cure absolutely. It is all right, and any guaranteed to cure by ail druggists. one who trieb it will fiud it so." For Workmen are now busy putting np sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. the poles for the Bardstow u telephone w m e, won-dciful nt y; W price 10c per 3d., .about 500 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful White Ground Dimities with pink, black and blue polka dots will be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Roseinary Organdy Dress Goods former price 15e per yd. will be closed at 74c, about GOO yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are woith lSe. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12c a yd., these goods were sold at 19ea yd. Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and everything in the domestic department at very Low Cut Prices. Buy what you need of these while they are cheap, the will soon be worth more money. Ingrain Carpets that we will Ye have quite a lot of remenants cf Biutsels j.rd close in this sale at a great loss to us. The run from two to nineteen yards in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once before the are gone. All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Now is the time to buj you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty stles left to close. Eveiything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for 3ourselves. Baby Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men 93c. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.95, worth $0.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns. $1.15, former price $1.96. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given awaj, prices so cheap. s goods in every department and you You all know that we carry nothing but also know that when we advertise a Clirance Sale, we mean what we say. When we tell you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise Ik? sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will save you some money and at the same time you will buy a great many useful things at unheard of L( )W Respectfully, PRICES. All Reinenaats-Calicoes- Never in the histoiy of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the oppors stylish, seasonable goods at prices that are being tunity offered them to buj real named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at Gc, former first-clas- 4 , iflp .All-wr- cl All-wo- ol first-clas- ti IKjT-if- Wtilt 1 ws aw V? s l JLPa Ife 9 A If If UJML?Il.ril.iI '& COMPANY - " XMf 4S& 4ft $& v 4, M S&r 4$& X HV' v& '5PIf ''J h& f F june-2-l- exchange. An election for School Trustees will When you take cold nothing comes in be held in Simpson county Saturday, so useful as a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine June 5. Tar Honev. Good for children, good for TE3 HODEHNpEAUTY Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of execrcise in the open air. Her from glows with health and her face blooms with its beauty. If her 6ystem needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant Syrup of Figs. Made by the California Fig Syru i) Company, june-2-l-m everybody. A reined y jou can always rely upon to cure a cough, an attack of croup or other bronichal trouble. Get a bottle It . "Work is in progress on a new depot at White Plains by the Iliisnois Central railroad. Salt-KIicum New Partine'rs hapo The firm of Shackelford - ... -- Trt W A - w :a 6a & Gentry has dissolved, and Mr. D. B. Shackelford will 8r.iiing Tetter, nnd lczema. The intense itching and smarting inciThe Danville Lodge, Knights of to diseases is instantly allayed Pythias, is enjoying a boom at the pres- dent these Chamberlain's Eye and by applying ent. Skin Ointment. Many very bad .cases have been permanently cured by it. Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tam- - is equally efficient for itching piles It and aico, 111., writes, August 10th, 1.S91: a favorite remedy for sore nipples; 'Foley's Kidney Cure is meeting with, chapped hands,' chilblains, frost bite1? wonderful success. It has cured some and chronic sore eyes.' 25 cts. per box. cases here that physicians pronounced Dr. Cndy's Condition Powders, are incurable. I myself am able to testify to just what a horsa needs when in bad its merits. My face is a living pict condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but ure of health, Foley's Kidney Cure has vermifuge. medicino and the best in use to put a madeitsuch. I had suffered twenty-eeen horse in prime condition. Price 25 years with tho disease, and I feel 2ents per packaga. ten years youncer than I did one year Union willl The State Sunday-scho- ol ago. 1 can obtain some wonderful certibe held at Harrodsburg, June 21 and 22. ficates of its medical qualities." to-da- y take his customers into partnership with him . flividine- the nrofits with them hvi' Business ,.. i guwuo -- They , Will do bllsilieSS u.ui; T . mem 1 Ullder the"y v, r.l i Popular Store LARG--E i h rr name of is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all alike and ' .this fair and square guarantee goes with everv sale. If any firm1 purchase fails to please after von have it home brin jr it back and your money will be refunded without question or argument. vrk l Vli m i It i D. B. Shackelford & Co., HONEST QUALITIES, And will be glad to have their friends call and see 'the best line of Cultivators', Double Shovels and Extra Shovels, llefrigerators, Water Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Binders, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fly Traps, Fly Fans and Screen Doors and Windows.. Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and L 5 ASSORTMENTS and LOWEST PRICES v W $'! to-d- june-2-l- D0Y0UTHAVSL? Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in Wearing Apparel for males onh. If so, never start on a journey w ithout The State Board of Equalization did a bottle of Foley's Cohc Cure, a sure not increase Boyle county's asseos- preventive of bowel complaints occasionment. ed by change of water or climate. 2oc. june-2-l- m The secret of a speedy cure in sickness lies in selecting the proper remedy and this is difficult to do unless one is sure what the ailment is. But one thine is sure, had the liver been actively at work City Democratic Committee's Call for Primary sickness could not have come. It is then At a meeting of tho Democratic Committee of Richmond, Ky., hold always safe to takeSiminons Liver Regu on the 31st day of May, 1891., on mo- lator which keeps the liver well regulation, the following resolutions wero ted and all poison expelled from the sys, adopted. tem, it 1st. It Is ordered that a Democratic primary olection be held at the vaJas. Tindall, nine years old, ate yeast rious voting precincts in Richmond, at Owcnsboro and died. Ky., on the ICth day of July, 1897, to select Demociatic Jcondidates for Don't think because vou are eick and Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney, "nothing seems to give you relief that you City Council, a justice of the peace and constable, and the polls shall be can t bo cured. Therf must be a cure for you Borao-wheopened from 7, a.m., to 4, p.m., in re. Western Kentucky, along the Cumberland river, is suffering from a drouth. With the blood full of humors, the heated term is all the more oppressive. Give the system a thorough cleansing with Ayer's Sarstparilla and a dose or two of Ayer's Pills, and jou will enjoy Summer as never before in your life. Just try this fcr once, and you'll not repent largest assorted line of Builders Hardware, Agricultural Implements and Stoves iu the City. Call and see for yourselves. Furnishings, Hats All-wo- ol iVlen and Boys, je2-l- y D. 13. Sha.olce!f ord., Successor to S. Every article we selljs a Bargain and we have a large list of them. Here are a few ; see the figures for guaranteed goods. All-wo- ol & if It Suits, Men's well made Suits, Young Men's G. Splendid Knee Pants Suits, Seperate Knee Pants, Tho total amount of property in Anderson county amounts to $2,12G,4GQ, PESTNY vTISB AND POUND FOOL- A New Cheap Cash Grocery AND FRUIT HOUSE .- Men's All-Leath- er Shoes, $5.00, $G.00, $7.50 $4.50, $5.00, SG.OO $1.00, $1.50, ,2.QQ 25c, 4Ce, 50e $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 " a bo-fo- re n. I - y " m. r"u"-- - - '- J- zi If your doctor can't cure you.'pcrhaps he has miFtaken the caine Auybody is Opened next door to Richmond National Bank, Below we liable to make a mistake sometimes. quote a few of our prices : One iu three of us 8 uffer from indiges$1 00- Best Granulated Sugar 20 lbs. for 25 . tion, aud ouo out o"! three dyspeptics small corn crop. Arbuckle's CoHee 2 lbs. or. IS Best Brand Canned Corn 7'Jc, 2 for doesn't know it. That is, ho may know-h25 . 3 cans for Indigestion is'bften taken for consumpUest Brand Canned Tomatoes 25 . Best Maple Leaf Lard, 4 lbs. is sick, but he blames it to something 10 tion. The word consmption means wastStar Wash Boards, ... t ' " ' 10 else Best coal v.ii per gauon ing away, and dyspeptics often waste 15 Pure Stick Candy 2 lbs. for Indigestion is the cause of half of our away as badly as consumptives. 15 Pure Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for dangerous diseases. Therea8on people waste away is beOther croods in proportion to numerousfto mention. Give Shaker Digestive Cordial, made from cause either they don't gut enough to eat, me a call and be convinced. Wholesale and Retail. tonic medicinal roots aud herbs, is the or they don't digest what thoy do eat. most natural cure for indigestion. It reIf the latter is your trouble, take ShaG. MARGCLEN, lieves the symptoms and cure the disease ker Digestive Cordial. This will helpyou gently, naturally, efficiently, giviug fresh to digest your food and stop your loss of life, strength aud health to sick dyspep-tic- flesh. I Fiscal Codrt will con- Shaker Digestive Cordial is made from .Buckingham's Dj'o for the Whiskers is The Bourbon turnpikes in that fouuty At diuggistB. A trial bottle lor 10 herbs, barks and the juices of fruit, by a popular preparali jn in oue bottle, and demn the by Col. Baldwin. cents. . It the Shakers at Mount Leb- colore evenly a broim or black. Any per- owned It "Let pai ents not live for their cHIdren, can easily apphf it at home. son e anon. It possesses great touic and HOG FOR SALE. with them." The mother shtpld alpowers Cutworms are vejy busy all over the but low no false modesty to stand in the way Shaker Digestive Cordial I have for sale a nice thoroughbred many supposed consumpaives has cured' State. of her daughter's knowledge of herself, (who were Poland China and Black Essex male Sal a Ssvbs Attack. other possibilities, of her peril J. For really dyspeptics), bv simply helping hog, ton months old, weighs 240'lbs. "Having a severealtack of rheumatism over thirty years Dr. Pierce has" nscd his their stomachs to digest their food, thus Tor particulars call on or address, giving them nourishment and new and malaria fever and not receiving ben-e- "Favorite Prescription" as n stieitgtbcn- C. "W. Sandeks, "began er, a purifier, a regulator. It works dir " from raedicineaj prescribed, strength. Baldwin, Ky. It Saraiparilla. I was very eclly npon the delicate, dirtinctlveiBin Sold by druggists. Trial bottle 10 cents. taking Hood's FOfl SALE. weafc St that timel'l After takini; three meonrans. m a natural. soothinSr The wool clip season is near and lambs bottles Twa curedll1 Jasies F. Miller It searches out the vveakspolsaniflJHilite ' Guar Scott Traction Engino, Huber arc moving. GrundvrKentuckjj tlienij'up. .a. woman who wot mi un1 Separator, Reeves Stacker Star Tank; derstand herseirsuould send 21 iHits What Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for s junning order will others it will, also do for ypu. Hood'S Sooi'a Sills act; easily and promptly the World's Dwpeesaiy&ifft W wlYj; alln hook. sellj cheap, Wilxmot Vjsai., Sarsapari'la.cures all blqgd, diseases. ou the Uver ami feQvrelu., Curu. skk for Dr. EfewttVaCttdkHl AdvtaM . I )ey-3It' , spears, ivy. . .. jl. - ltv; keftuachfci , S3 - i ,, .. H ;j-"tx 2 e for.-Red '- -' ISH are they who have not Foley's Colic Cure as a safeguard in the family. juue-lm Small locust bloom, which means a All Fur Hats, 9Sc. Latest Style Derbies, Straw Hats, 25c, 35c. 50c. Crush Hats, 50c. $1.25, $2.00. -,- .- ' ; Fancy Colored Shirts, 4Se, 75c, $1.00. Balbrigan Undershirts, 25c, 50c. " - . "" These are only a few of our way doTVi prices. .Come in and tell us what you think of these way down prices and the c guarantee we give you. We want your opinion of the " policy we have firmly established. A. Proprietor. e9-l- y e. well-know- n diges-getiv- J Yours For Satisfaction, I flrst-clfts- -f -- ! vt i . - 1 ' rt i- - . " "..:. 7 irCi-- J .;- i 9 - ar-- Ctf i' . i .J-- TOI-- '' r S.TR EN Q . '; f " " , i . a ir 3S . - - - WJ Uk " The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- ,MM.,,M.-.-MI-,M- ... l lVJUJ3Vlllt.UliJllll.tKt Ofay That Th r U Any Chmoga In th Ke.otlattoos Ijoteln- - to the Coao!lU tlo.t uf th 115 ..-..- . . i 1 f?rirnc "---- runccw WHWW-.I- i . tillers deny that there is any change in the status of negotiations which FOB OOUXTY ATTORNEY. have been in progress for the past year TVe are authorized to announce G. looking to a consolidation of thi 115 County Ata candidate for E. IiiiJiY Madison county, subject to plants in the state and the reduction torney of of their output, The 10,003 word the action of the Republican party. telej-rasent from here Wednesday night, is said to have had no FOB POLICE JUDGE. connection with the whiiky negotiato announce H. tions. It is believed to have been a "tt'c are authorized of document relating to a railroad trans C. Rice a candidate for ' Police Judge of Richmond, subject action. 'Ihe. whi&ky men, how ever, to the action of the primary July 15. have not abandoned their pian, the object of which is to consolidate the distilleries so that 25 of the largest of j ATTORNEY. FOB CITY them will be able to make all the "SYe are authorized to announco whisky made by the entire 115 in Gkeen Clay a candidate for the the state. This will result in a vast office of City Attorney, of Richmond, siring in running expenses, and Ky., subject to the action of the will effectually limit production Democratic party. so that the whisky business of the We are authorized to announce J, s ate now said to be greatly demoralfor ized Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy., storedby a moro profitable will be re- ' to condition. Citv Attorney, of Richmond,DemoAn eastern syndicate, it is said, stands Subject to the action of the ready to put S3,0J0,O)0 into the aeal as cratic party. soon as the distillers reach an agreement, The principal ob,taclc thus far FOB MAYOR. hasbeen csxesMve valuaannounce J). encountered by the owner, on some of We are authorized to Mayor of tion placed necessary to the success P.Akmek a candidate for action of the property Richmond, subject to the of tho pool. party. m over-producti- Louisville, rinu la Koatuc-Ky., Juno 6. Local f. dis- Ghlrm-- u of tti K.ntnck- - 1- 1- - D Convention. FBAHKI'onT, Ky., June a Tho silver democrat c state convention convened at 11:3) o'cloik Wednesday. About Few Appreciate the Saves DANGER - to which the ExRj jk for the Liberty Female college, aspectant Mother is saulted Miss Willie Tabb Moore, one 1,000 dtlegites and spectators ares in faculty the attendance. There are no gold demo- exposed and the t RKl&7piJ4?' of the members of the night of Miss Sunday institution, crats amonir tne delegate an I tc irc-l- y foreboding- sifch Moore Mas alone in the dormitory, tne any among the pectator. 'J ho which she loolcs' y other teachers and students having issues, w.th the exce tion of contested forward to the gone to church. Iho Negro delegations from Louisville and the hour of woman's j initor, been who had about nomination of appelate court clerk, severest trial.. All place afterthe the during were settled in advance. State noon, know that all had left the bu g Chairman Johnson, in calling tho effort should Jbe t except Miss Moore, who had been convention to order, made a vigor- - made to .smooth a n O'.Tt Tram A.alt Thl Ituunt Hot on Uro. Glasgow. Ky., Juno Slom.', a Negro employed as a janitor O'.ntow bTobart j Every Merchant I OUGHT TO I i S USE. W raif f w'M vm i In the Toils a backing, racking, rasping cough that irritates ,tne lungs and leads to dire restilts. It is in such cases that jfaitaw $ lK5wB8W-ff'l ftflD' yh Ms 1 f) ofa cough ld-in- . I YSKptiiitSiF ? s d W r I ml Our JHfai 3 "A11 lin AH LUC h Cs World Loves 8 B a Winner" i n 'Ninety-Seve- the Democratic NO LAW We are authorized to announce a candidate for To Regulate as to Whom on Indlrld ml r J. B. Stocffeb Mayor of Richmond, subject to the Corporation Shall Sell or Jf it belt IIn or It Artlclrs of MerchxnclUn. action of the Democratic party. rKAXKFOUT, Ky., June 4. The court We are authorized to announce J. W. morning affirmed Bales a ramlidate for Mayor of Rich- of appeali Friday lower court in the mond, subject to the action of the Dem- the decision of the case of Owen J. lirewster, who sought ocratic .arty. FOB COUNCILMEN. Wp are authorized to announce D. R. Tevis a candidate for Councilman of Court House ward, subject to the action of the primary election July 15. W. Freeman a candidate lor July 15. FOB MAGI'Vl'ABTE. We are authorized to announce J. Councilman in Court House ward, subject to (he action of the primary election We are authorized to announce J. R. Henry a candidate for Magistrate of Kirksvillo Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic party, on the free turnpike ticket. KENTUCKY NEWS. rt XriH Fiom All Farts of tbe Coiniuf w caltU. AGAN RtSIGNS. It i; President Cbrles Louis Loos, of Kentucky after 15 years of serrtce, has again offered hs resignation to the LoarJ of curators. It will be remembered that he res a year but the curators pro ded him with a chancellor to relieve hi in of the dutus of the bu i icv department of the univers ty, and he consented to continue as president unILs reason, for resigntil this year. ri.r.Mi:jGsnunc, Ky , JllT 7 ing are that he is too old to continue Thorn is Crain, aged about 51 yeir', In the active management of the and that he tirsires to take a was found dead near I umn r Li.n where it is suppoil he fell frjm rest. his horse while intoxicated and wis THKtE VjMEN killed. He had been at Mor "head on a Na le M in llli Tli'.rn. II I lesh hpree and Was retusmnj home when " Lurrlir Tim lut.t S last seen alive. It was rumored here Padlcaii, Ky., .Iu le ". Three that two builet holes were founl in enra-women, at John Parkin- his holy, but this has not been subson, colored, .ittac-cehi n in the out- stantiated. A man named Emmons skirts of the city After beat- was with him when last seen. w ith ing Parkinson brick He h Frio U an 1 stamping h.s faca they Lexixgtox, Ky., June 7. J. E foot, bound him lun I a id dairyman, has filed charges of etr ppeii him an ishe i the writhing, fraud against F. G. Roach, buyer of b.xly witn blackberry praying victim's o briers until the tl s.i wa cut to pieces supplies for the Kentucky State dormitory. He claims thtt he and the bloxl-- c cred man became insensible from th fearml torture lie delivered to the college 7.34S gallons of milk, for whieh he received 14 cents was badly hurt, but finally escaped. per gallon, and charges that Roach Gov. Ilr, tl ui iiiiic put in bills to tho treasurer of the FiiASKroiiT. Kv. June ". I ha law collece for the same numbsr of gallons by tlu legislature recently enac-- e at 10?. cents. lynchmgs wll, 1 hope, prevent fur-liAttempt t IlLtur Up n Terr- - Itoat. I tmnk, though, the in KeJtuccy. Jackson, Ky., June 7. An unsuclaw would be more effective n it provided that wnere a nicr iv. tj.icen cessful attempt was made at 3 o'clock out of the custoiy of tha jailer or Sunday morning to blow up what is other officials an I m ibbed these of- known as the free ferry boat here. ficials should for'eit tlieir ofli:e. The Powder was placed in a large holo bored in one of the gunwales anl igtrouble has been th it tne ofS .rials w in lyneliinjs, sera the nited, which shattere I the boat, but at not enough to disable it, 2o clew crime ws crhniml a.s.aj.t. T.ie way to rid the con .1 try of th odium to the perpetrators. Trouble is exattaching to lynhiu- evmb.tion is to pected. r Courthoai at W httiKbur?. en'or the laws luor hr.nly aud with rnnsTONSBURG, Ky., June 7. L. It. W. O. bKVDi.r.v, less delay. Goreriio.- - i Kentucky. Perry, of 15ig Store Gap, Va., has received tho contract to build a new 11. Ilrua9 i'jirMly zJ. With Lexinqtov, Ky.. June . ianders D. courthouse at Whiteburg, Ky.Lexingthe proposed extension of the li uce, of Now York, a Umons and editor of the American ton and Eastern railroal from Jackson Whitesburg Speed Boole, i a pir.inzcl here Sat- through Norton, Va, important urday. His condition is regarded as promises to bo anwas sold forplace. 433. The old courthouse critical. Aaslnatlon. Lexingto.v, Ky., June 7. CoL SanAsnLAJiD, Ky., June 7. Eeport has ders D. 0 Sew York, stricken with vocal and acial piralysis Satur- been received of the attempted assasday, was somewhat im jrove I Sunday sination of "Fighting John" Stewart, Entirely conscious, but suffe-- s much of Clifty, Carter county, supposedly and can not spj-- k. Physicians say h by reason of his penchant for law may recovcraie of or;an, and is in no suits, which has made him many enemies in his native section. Several immediate daiurer shots were fired from amhush, two of them taking dangerous effect. JI-Carrier Threatened by KitHer. A Mt. Olivet, Ky., June 7. A letter AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUKE e raiders to ?Xr. jLJLLtlsvrvfPis was seat by alllne ilem Ty crr.Irapotencx. Hleepl fewness- etc, caused bj Abuso or other Kxcwc-- and Indis- K'gg. mail carrier betweea this place cretions, Tky quickly ad surely an I Falmouth, threatening him with restore Lost Vitalitr in old or younc and ut a man lynching if h piid any more toll on Dcsmess or mamaen, fcPrerant Ina&nftr nnd Onnrnmntinn If tAknn It tirna. triairnfiA nhrnn the the road. J he roid kno.vn as the imnmva. znvat and effecU a CUIlE where all ether fail Bobert Marshall turnpike, leading npon They the eennine Ajaz Tablet hare cored thcMuands and will enre 70a. Weeiroapc-itXrfrom far lis to Mayiville, has been written Rnarantee to effect e cure Eft pTC in purchased for Sl.S 0. eacheaaeor refund the money. Price wU V lUij-a-r paekase; or six fkee (full treatment) for By znalU In plain wrapper, upon receipt of price Circular Tor - SI xntl licc-tREMEDY CO., BowLixa Grees, Ky . June 7. The For sale In Richmond, Ky., by Ilapan & Eigbta judicial district republican fab3-lBemdon. committee has decided to hold a convention to noniinatvi candidates for commonwea'th attorney and circuit judge of the district on June 20. The gold men have fused with them and tic.cet, they will put out a m'x-i7. y, JX.xl - 4o.fviiituc.y l7r- th T.ipr a Uiti-ruty. e to Lexington, Ky., June bj-- o, damages of C Miller's Sons, the Funeral Directors' association and the Louisville Coffin Co. for refusing to bury his wife. The refusal was on account of previous debt for the burial of his- father. Tne court concludes in a lengthy opinion: "There is no law which attempts to regulate as to whom an individual or corporation shall sell or not sell his or its articles of merehanlise. No one has a cau'.e against an individual or corporation because of an agreement to sell his or it- property to certain persons." Apr" pritlon for Clinrlt- -. Lexixgto.i, Ky., June 5 The Fayette fiscal court Kri lay made the follow ing appropriations for 1S37 to the charitable ins kutioas of Lexington and Fajcttc county: County infirmary, hospital, 51,200; Efi.OCO; St, Joseph's Colored Protestant infirmary, Orphans' home. Sd.OuO; Children's home, S900; Home for Fallen Women, SO0; Home for the Friendless, Industrial echoed. White Orphans' home, each. Total, SI 1.503. eir Col .laid In Kentucky. Asulaxd, Ky., June 7 From Knox county comes report of the investigation by representatives of an eastern syndicate of the Stinking Creek Canncl coal field, covering 23,000 acres. The coal has been tested and is being worked now by one concern that finds readv for their entire output. In event of th exnected purcia-.a railroad eight miles long will he built and several mines opened w.th all p dispatch 1'onnd De-- .l by th It . till I. S1.-J- 0; S-00 ma-k- et uni-Tersi- ty f th -- ir-- d. ous speech, in which he advised mora Justice man narmony. ills speech was devoted mostly to an argument on the method-- by wh ch the humbler voters are disfranchised by unscrupu- - . ious committeemen. . naie Senator i i l.; ooeoei was ciecieu temporary chairman by acclamation, and in his speech said that this convention would and win success in .November by . its action Wednesday, and that a part of that action would bj the reaffirmation of the Chicago platfirm. Tuis reference brought a storm of applause that showed plainly the complex- He i ion of the convention. said that by misrepresentations and a mammoth fund McKinley had been elected preKident. He arraigned the state administration of Gov. Bradley and concluded with the significant statement that he would preside over the convention with a due consideration of the difference between a demo- i cratic convention and a republican legislature. The temporary organisation of tho convention consumed the remainder of the forenoon session. lln convention then adjourned for a reioss to give the committees time to prepare th-- ir reports. Tne convention nearly split wide oer the election ol a permanent chair-i- n 'n and over a question of upon what iallot the hindm st candidate should begin to be dropped. The platform adopted in part was as follows: Resolved, That wo hereby reaffirm our faith in the principles set 'forth and enumerated in the platform by the democratic party in national convention, held at Chicago in Ju y, 1800, and we adopt said platform of tho democracy in Kentucky. the principles adopted an set forth - that platform arc the true principles of democratic faith and wo urge upon all true democrats" to stand by them at all times and under all circumstances and conditions. Third, We indorse the canvass made by Wm. J. Bryan, the nominee of the democratic party for the presidency in the late election. Wo commend its wisdom, approve it as just and fair to all parties and all interests of our common country. We recognize in him the fearless orator and statesman, and the great champion of the people's rights against the money power, tho monopolists, the syndicates and trust. We pledge him the support of united democracy in our state. The remaining half of the platform is devoted to a denunciation of the reX'Ub.ican state administration, to a denunciation of allowing convict made goods to compete with free labor, and to a felicitation of Senator Blackburn and those who lead in his two senatorial fights. There was one dissenting vote out of 1 000 to tho adoption of the report On motion of Hon. John Gaunt, of Carroll, a call of the districts for tho naming of candidates for appellate clerk took place. Ollie James, of Crittenden, presented the name o James D. Watson, of , - these places in Tfl'rwfr'l-T- C .e-ruun- rug-cred- . life's pathway for her. ' JL 'in i. . 1 .! do-ser- J uu su auays jxaiure tnat tne cnauge goes ior- -, Ward in. an easy manner, Without ' such violent protest in the Way Of j Nausea. Headache, Etc Gloomy j foreboding-S- , Yield tO Cheerful and , , .. 1 . , . uuiu- - daiiU!iauo-aiicp- 3jw mrougll tne orcicai qUICKiy ana without pain is left strong" and viETOroUS and enabled to lOVOUslv -rfnrn1 fbp. InVb nnrl bnlv duties ' now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the , ncna, ana Use or "JMOtHer'S I c, IViUllIwI . O PVf OTiA" I ICIlV complaining during the day of a nerr-ou- s heaiache. At about nine o'clock tho Negro rapped on the door of Miss Moo e's room. Tain a lamp in her hand the unsuspeuti ig g rl opened the door iu answer to th call. !r irt li bUU 4.1U, .ilF rv4.wu J"vjj - r pIai.cJ jjUhaud over her moufi to prc- -- DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Sfeg-- 7 Complete Line of y Bicycles v N V; l SClli- 1 AUToeRAPHici ritK l'HKVK.ST tiiUtakrit or ail kind. ACCUKATKI.Y recurd cujli sale, SAVK bk-l.--iliic. "HAMILTON" A -i I I I "I know one ladr.ll e mother of three chilrn, who -- nfftred Krestlr In the birth of tch, yUa obtained & Lottie of ' Mother's Friend" of Uie relleted before her fonrtb coaflccment.and quickly All -- gree that their Jsbor wsstborler JoukG. roLHLL,-l-eon,G- a. cd less Sent by Vail, on rectlnt of price. 5100 TITR BOTTLE. Hook "TO EXl'ECTAKT J10TUK1U5" Information mailed free, containing valu-b- lo , and voluntary testimonials. The bradfielo regulator co..atlkta,ga thatirne or recovery shortened. to SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. CONVENTION. The Silver Democrats Meet for tho J'ar-Ior uinlnatluK a Citndldnte for o- KENTUCKY of th Clr: 1 i- ocratic statu convention reassembled at 9:30 'Ihursday morning. Chcirmun Fulion made a strong appeal for and urged that tne scenes of Wednesday night be not repeated. The third ballot was ordered, and resulted as follows.: Greene 2.4, Watson 174, Shacklo.'ord 100, Ford 170, Richardson 191, Mason Friel 27. During the fifth ballot Willis Ringo withdrew Friel's name and cast Boyd county's vote for Greene. Mason was dropped after the sixth ballot, under the rule to drop the lowest man on each ballot after that number. Ford was dropped on the seventh ballot and Green continued to gain on his lead. Ihe convention adopted a resolution declaring a game chicken rooster in the act of fighting, as the party voting har"-mon- Framcfout, Court of Appeals. Ky.. June 4. The dem- y, vent her scream' being bsard. The lamp was knocked from' her hand an I prove3 its wonderful efficacy. WIVS shattered to on the flvjor. The cause of the trouble is 'Uia oU "a sooa '''laze, and the Xc- eradicated the irritation is alU threw some coming alarm layed the lungs are healed and ?r clothing upon tne ourn'ng oil, an I strengthened and cold leaves thIs Mas sop , u mas3 0, Uami:s. Tho the system as snow disappKurs gfrl, taking advautige of the Negro's before the sunshine of spring. attention to the fire, seized a poker and Is an Lr Bell's remedy lor all lung and brot;hll struck him over the head- trouliles, slight or severe. All druggists sell It at T. SOc and (1 00 a bottle, or it "" fan out of the room and. Miss ' w be gent upon receipt of price. Mor thr.ew tho The E. C SctttrliMd It&Ut CXj. out of a window. bhe theli ran to the beHropo in tho hall and t,ave the alarm. Assistance came and the Negro wis found on the premises. Officers took him before the young lady and she id'ntified him as her assailant, but 'u pleaded with them not to mtk: the nffair public until the teachers who were at church could be consulted. -RE'ADY TO It was not until Monday morning that tho details became known. Stone was lodged in jail and had his examining trial Monday afternoon, when he was identified in court. Our factory on Iurcl Street n Rirli Although the officers have placed a itinttd is now running, nnd we an st ong t'uard about the jail, it is beprepared to till orders for twist of tit lieved tno,t bo will be lynched. The 'u (i N gro came from Tennessee some Ol months ago and secured employment at the col.ege. Miss Moore's home is " in Alabama. She is very popular. B having been a teacher of the English branches nnd phys'ctl culture in the school for two term. "Par oi pTo-es l'ISKt KNT KNT "rorci-ttlnr- r tliti o-- rr to Hfninnt. chars," I I MAM! thre bill at one vrrltln?. USEO CV ntTAILERS EVERVWHERE. i w 1 Il fjj W KiC r londrCn fwU are the , Write for circular. flamilioii AntoSranhic ReiisterCo. HAMILTON, may2ii-6m Supreme Resu,T ofour A. OHIO. bd" 111 o- Dissolution No!ic( . f K YdwcJ nf tn vtil w Vv j xpenence Retail Salesrooms: 153 Dearborn ' A. MMTV 3 V J JK rrtn-- rjcr- - li - 1) hS& j Tiw- - : . 27-- The firm of Shackelford fe Gentry has partnership, R. L. Gentry retiring, D. :. Shackelford continuing the bus.noss as eretofore. MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. CHICAGO nEWTORE LOSTDOS Subscribe Now! fH SUPPLY THE TRADE in? wm. DISPATCH BE'lOCRATIC- NEWSPAPE8. felll-- mj )j ill , 5t 87-8- Chicago 9 Ashland Ave. V v f nil y i (Note tl rs to 'ay. 1 bis ad. m efezr again. I A STRAIGHT 8, deviee. rattle I, crockery an I glassware jinjrled. The oscillations were from north to south in quick succession. Justing about ten seconds. The impression one in a building got was that the north side of it was fir-- raised up; then it seemed to sink down and the south side to bo raised, etc. No damage was done in this section so far as known. t For the Free Coiimt?eof Silver. For the Chicago Platform. Ms" AN EARTHQUAKE. For theDeinocratie Nominees. Brands, three grades. We can iaeyiu Th- - Cltlzons of V sta, lr. JIad'y inonfv Send us a tri.il order; you will For thelnterestof theMasses. " rricht-neK.spe gl.nl with our products. Bukxa Vista, Ky., Juno L At 1:30 be rially pleated to hear from country uier All the Latest Telegraphic o'elocc Monday afternoon several dis- uhanlp. News. tinct shocks of earthquake were White 0 Roas, All the Latest State News. felt at this place, which greatly Richmond, Ky. 40 frightened timid people. Windows A 11 the La test Market Reiiorts i. li ail $150 GIVEN IN u Ilu-t- ia d. GOLD AWAY Correct Market Reports. PliLLS Correct Court Reports. K9 NEwmsrovxjcr. rr i)presel, HHlftli.AfLnif keti:h fails. Reliable News Reports. new. rollAf painful Ky.. cxoi.c, D7 or oU,UVV inrnMUTMlOD. Editorial Policy. t tlirue orpans- Ite-- Honest DR. PEFFER'S SY 'AL-TAU--- -. S. A HAfn fiir-n- n. 1 ' 4IOW UMU Crrn1 I vj? L Fraxkfobt, Ky., Juno 4. In the wildest confusion that had lasted a day and night the silver democratic state convention nominated Sam J. Shackelford, of Owensboro, for court of appeals clerk, defeating Greene, the Blackburn candidate, against whom Shackelford Richardson and Ford openly combined for the division of the office and its emoluments. UUIodifed. &)1il Iy Jacksox, Ky., June 1 An earthquake was distinctly felt here Monday G. "White. at 1:04 p. m. It lasted fully half a riaat-rln- ? wnro of dsnecraas liT.ltnt-im- , Kaoc iater. tZ ocr box. etixaJi box fl fw-fenled in pWln wrapper. Snd tc Id for particulars ol ) by locm OAL.Ab&Cf" WON, CMr. Jtl. Richmond Drut Co. ami AV. I!c- - - T e tckly lilt Dispatch and The SI. 75 Cllisax one year for '.' Regular Price Weekly Dispatch ($1.00) and Climax ($1.S5), $2.25. Wanted-- An minute, and frightened many people, who ran out of buildings. People who were in the courthouse, where the shock dislodged plastering from the ceiling and walls, hurried to tile streets in great excitement. W-ru- TO CURE A CO'.D IN ONE DAY. tbiaztocatect? Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Pw,t-- r. vnnp tAnui' th mar brm? tou wealth Druggists refund tbe money if it fail; to Cure. Write JOHN WKDDEKBURN a CO Patent Attor -- ac for their for sale by w. u. Wbitc, Urucelst, Bicri- - cej,11;wasblceton, D C luTeutloua St J") prire oCer cich3-6niond Ky. and st of two hundred Idea Wbo can think of torae simple Xe-rt- o d . irn Erd-ma- n, T"H lror. itod Arrugttsd. Mrr.i.KnsBUHO. Ky., June 1. GateLexisqtox, Ky., June 4. W. J. Uoss, formerly professor of telegraphy ia a keeper I'arcoll, of Oakland Mills, on Lexington business college, and re- the Baldwin pike, was notified Saturcently diimissed as manager of the day nigat to stop collecting toll or ho Postal lelegraph Co. at this place, would be hange I. Two keepers dewas arrested Thursday night on a serted the post and Purcell is the third G aves. II. D. Allen, of Union county, named warrant sent hero from Morehead, to receive a warning. Rowan county, charging him with obSrmuel J. Shackloford, of Davies-- . T Eirtlni t ko Kt LnuUvlll. James L. Wood, of Taylor county, taining money by false pretenses. lie LonsviLi.E, Ky., Juno L, A distinct d named Gus W. Richardson, of Meade. gave bond to appear for trial at earthquake shock was felt in thi city Friday. Ross was arrested on a shortly a.'tsr 1 o'clock Monday aiter-noolion. P. Wat Hardin, of Mercer, put the name of W. Ik Mason before the similar charge several weeks ago, but No damage was done. The More-hea- GIVES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently Is best for the Dealer to handle. A Full Line of BUGGIES, SURREYS, PHAETONS, ROAD WAG0XS, Send for Catalogue and Prices. AU WorJc W Juslxy S 1 feSKsf33' A a yi fcrv 'rS i n. 1 1 convention. col-leg- W. G. Ramsey, of Bath, named S. King Fo""d, of Mont?omery county. A O Stanley, of Fleming, closed tho li t with the name of Robert L. Green, o Bracken. y 1 er p-- .s ei b.t ler Alt-mpi- e, IS.-uc- MADE ME j j, 1 MAN - ll The vote in the first ballot resulted as follows, in round numbers: Green 3, Shakleford 17i. Richardson 165, Mason 1.0. Ford 203. Watson 170, Friel 14. Land rum 7: Necessary to a choice SIS. Ihe ballot is not significant, the s'ronger candidate throwing votes to the weaker by way of compliment, Adj mrned nntil 9 o'clock Thuo&day morning. llltten by a Copperhead. Hkxdersox, Ky., June 3. Tuesday daughevening Anna, the ter of John Scabold, a farmer four miles above this city in Indiana, was bitten by a copperhead snake while gathering straw berries. She died before reaching home. The snake was killed afterward by her brother. IIot Alnit Gei Oat. FRAKKFOEr, 3. Ky., June The democratic party rule concerning members of the state central committee who become candidates will be enforced in the case of John T. Hodg-ethe committeeman from the Sixth district, who was nominated Tuesday for circuit judge in Campbell county. After tho Mr s Jlixion. Lexixotox, Ky.r June a Brutus J. Clay, of Madison county, son of Cassius M. Clay, left for Washington Wednesday night to renew' his fight for the Swiss mission. Tho fight has narrowed down to Clay and Leachman, of Pennsylvania, who has the support of ld the matter was satisfied out of the courts. Kfratnckj Gair.l Chngi. Lkxi.notox, Ky., June 4. Col. E. IL Gaither, of the fcecond regiment, Kentucky state guards, was here Thursday, and heard the testimony in the case of Regimental Color Rearer Tarl-towho was deprived of his chevrons by Capt, Wilson at Owingsville. He has the matter under advisement. CoL Uaither mustered out of service Company II at Flemlngsburg yesterday. This company's equipments and title ijo to a company now being organized at Newport. 4. J. W. Armstrong committed suicide at his home, north of the city, by hanging hiu.s:lf to the roof of his stable. His aecit was broken, a3 by a fearful wrench, and he had evidently tied the rope around his neck and then jumped from a lofty pjint. Ill health and (ears of poverty led to tho deed. vibrations passed from south to north. ... Va also n, Salcldei by Untieing. IlQrKissviLL,K, Ky., June who was buried in the public cemetery here last We lnesday, had been disturbed, (.loves of the which had been th.ro wn upon the casket at the funeral, were found on the surface. The grave was reopaned. The outer box cont lining the casket was found broken and the cover of the casket had been lifted. 'Ihe corpse was there and there was jao evidence that the body had been touched. 'I his is the second case of grave desecration here w.thiu a few months. pall-bearer- Jacksov Cil, June 1. It was noticed that tne grave of Mrs. L. R'ce, s, A Gr.v- - DMii r tttf I. Manufacture nuDAyv innuETA.i vWIIIr .. WW k 1 nlEa nil I i Guaranteed. Factory, A T S ? r 4a v JS--- MI CRAWFORDSV1LLE, IH 1ND. Ccr. Co. i Cells, j St. crn ! -- Si1l l?'.,.J-- j. i hr- - iCx-A-jS-- V I C DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS ruayB - 6m THE WBITL m iu. t Ha a 1 mm lit $! 25 IN ! ADVANCE. A nr In Chtotgo. nhere they tore up alf the plant beds belonging to Geo. D. Woodruff, who lives on the Carter place. They left a aotics whieh reads: ''This is to notify roil that we don't want you to raise no bacco raiders visited the Jordan-Carte- r farm, three miles from Lawrenceburg, Lawrcebiihci, Tobcco Ilnd Destro-o- d by Ky., June Itilders. 4. To- it--- e Jr toll-gat- iTnmeHi-tt- In-c- ',"" y - The Cycle Lebanon 4 . .iJ.L- - J.-s- i-l Handsomest '97 BICYCLE iVlanufactured. L 3 Trlce, 875.00. fer:js. 5 m m Wl 1- -4 Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. 00 Reservoir Hubs. Write lor a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us, Uanuf.ctured by H. KALBACH & PA. SON-lebano- n, -- ' C !. d KM f mwm 0,0 ...HE PAYS THE FREIGHT. l.. -- 1 .tod pit foi rra... ,aoy DRINKS. . , Anw ioition 5ecaUve3feoiBmittearta eTBtera theale'crew. smum&xxdooommmL '? mow vim: 2 n te 7?Htt.E raw Btorfrt.toWhi'rivKdoBCtjednadia:4i r. .." i.. L'rariMm"i we :Pmm mmm TlwiWo, JbX.W ?. 1, t The pursuit of money tempts many a v-srai man to neelect his -t health, with the result that he soon loses both money and health, and finds himself doomed to an untimelv death. A 'nan should remember when he is tempted to over-wor- k him- j - bcil, uck"-- i uis neaim. ann ce- vote insufficient time to cattnsr, resting, and sleeping, that death is the "emptor that holds out money as a bait, If i man will take proper care of 1m health he will feci like work, and will find that he can Jo all tLe work that he cares to do within working- hours. Dr. 1'ierce's Golden Medical Discovery a man into working shape and keeps him there. It invigorates the liver, keeps the digsstion in working order, the appetite hearty and keen. It keeps the blood pure and plentiful. It keeps out and drives out impurities and disease-germIt wards eff netious and wasting- diseases. It cures qS per cent of all cases of consumption It ii is the product of the of .an eminent and skillful specialist. Dr. R, V". Pierce, for thirty years chief consulting physician tn tli Ttivalir"' Wntl -- nil Qnmiivil T.cS- tnte, atBuffalo, N. Y. JJrugRists sell iL Mrs. LT. Coates, of Blytheboorne, KinRs Co, N.Y.. writes: "Three J cars ago, I was so sick I could not eat. sleep or walk, for I coughed alt day lou uigui. sny wcgi wax xrouceu iroxa 150 to Impounds. Tbt first msht that lElcpt for hours at one time, tra alter 1 had taken three, doses ol Dr. tierce's Ccuden Medical Discovery.. The of-jenstve matter expectorated grew less everyday aad wtien Z had taVen ... .rolof nnf- hn(f1 - T .r .. "the '. . t .; . . co(aieepauniKniwutioiconc;ninit.anrt r.nave weUevermaeeandt-nEhiTSpooada-' s. life-wo- era n Lscu A - IT' EH,4-ica!.h,vl- icI mere in Una r. thousand novels, bookMsTvorth telegram received Tnursiay from New Vork announces the sa e arrival of 91 fearlings which loft here Tuesday morning. Infant Scldd t li ath. Owexsboko, Ky., June 4. The ch.li of Cooper Rcnnett rvas scalded t.i death Wednesday night it the country home of his parents. e The cook dropped a pot of boiling on the etiild, cooking the flesh so her and refused to periorm his part of that it fell from the bone. the contract Ose set of London decadents has Iveotuc-j- r Gold Uamucr-- ts Will Nominate. FKAMiFOKiy Ky., June 5. It is said taken up the worship of the Greek deities. It holds religious services in hore that the leaders of the gold demoa place in llolborn fitted up as a tem- crats will hold a conference in Louispi e. ville next week and will nominate either Senator R. IT. Ellison, of Grant Rpvard Uffure't for Balden. county, or Court Judge W. Ky., Juno BradFbaxkfoet, II. Yost, of Lexington, for clerk of ley Friday morning offered 5200 the court of appeals. They will encapture and conviction deavor to have the republican convenof toll gate raiders in Harrison county. tion, which meets August 10, indorse their candidate. We-l11111 Signed. The Habkisbuko, Pa, June 5. Gov. HastArr sted for Counterfeiting. Muxfordviu-E- , Ky., Juno 5. A Neings Friday afternoon signed the Wey gro who gave his name and residence ler bill to protect the employes of corporations in their rights to belong to as John Maxey, Louisville, Ky., was labor organizations The biilprovides arrested in Glasgow, brought here and for a fine of not lost than 51,033 nor lodged in jail on a charge of counterfeiting. He was last week tried here more than $3,000, and imprisonment not exceeding one year, for any officer on n chartre of breaking into an L. & N. railroad car with, intent to steal or agent of any corporation to discharge any employe for being a mem- therefrom and, for want of evid-ncber of a law.nl labor organizition, or released. seek to dissuade him from joining or j Kl'l-- d Without Cm-- . belonging to any such organization, ' Rowr.iKG Gbken, Ky., Juno 5. John or to accept from any applicant for Johnson shot and killed John L. Hudemployment any agreement or promise son at 9 o'clock Friday night at not to join or belong to such organiza livery stable on Eighth street, tion. without cause, it is said. Hudson was DouMn Tri;e It In At.smx. an industrious young man, employed Little, BTock, Ark , June 5. A most at 'J. W.r Barclay's carriage , shop. horrible double.trag.jJy was enacted ia Johnson made"his escape, but oQicers. the w&qds, fourm.les from Cabo$ a are hot on his traiL small town in Vufakl county, the parMonarch Dltlllnr- - Co. Allien. ties to tho affair being prominent citiOtvkssijoro, Ky.. Jnne 5 M V. zens of that locality. C O. Uarrentine and John Uroivn fought to a finish Monarch Ca, a distillery corporationj with axes and th s fi;ht lasted until filed va deed of assignment to J. A. both men received their death wounds. Lydd&nc. Liabiliticb are estimutcJ at The men bad a dittieuty over, a settle- 6100.000 and assets ai less than half. ': ,9Iron W or!tot itop Work. , ment anithere was bal feeling be.RkAdiao, Pa., Juno 2. Over 130 men tween them. In different .parts of. the Heading ironI,tttr Orrlrr II irrU Dad, woikS Tuesday because EJjrarC. works stopped in wages, Baltimore, Md,,. June.-of "a reduction puddlersfrom M:A M:AH tt j.ium. !uc vvc& ixiuici ndu tiouut; 3..70 toS4n prton!and others-Inpr- o .: i commit suicide after killing two of nls pur.iuu, auyuk lcu per, cent pre- cnimren oa DID.'IinS? ""'. - viou.'rednction'tool effeMareh.L at the Jottns Uopuns nojjiital Friday, .' jI! Sr'I,,,ni'1gJ'-Ch"alr- . eight-jnonths-o- !d rs Mr. Quay. Wants 8-- 5 000 for IJro.ci of Promise. Portland, lnd , June 3 Miss Ola Brown brought suit against Grier F. Gemmill, of IVnnvdle, for S5.0JO damages for breach of marriage contract. She says in her petition that w.ien she old Gemmill requested was that she marry himwhnshe became 15. She single and charges that when the time came he neglected sobacco." lloraea Shipped to lis Sold. Lexi-iGto.- ;, Ky., June 4. Mr. W. S. Uarnes shipped to New Yorc Thurs-la- y afternoon 1(1 head of fine yearlings to the sale to ba xi.de by Lexington breeders at American Horse exchange, June 7 and 8. A thor-jughbr- Ciiicaoo, Juno 1. The Dcspiaias police are investigating a case of supposed leprosy within a block and a half of the police station. Tho victim Is Nettie Rcivs, who claims to have been a leper for nearly four years. 'Ihe woman declares she contracted the disease in Knoxville, Tcnn. She fint noticed it four years ago, when brownish spots appeared on her body. riotth of k l'rmlneit lHvtn. AsiihViLi.E, N. C, Juue 1. Rev. L M. Pe3se, who founded the first mission atFtve Points, in New York city, He in 1W1), die 1 here aged 79 years. was active in pnilanthropic work throughout his whole life and had established a number of schools for white and colored children in Ashe-v.ll- e since making his home here in 1870. i form tti n ui c.catett number of word fro . o i t an tet op mo'e word-- w fee ure unci y id tou wi. b w tl r tu ttme-te m ' iit ex e,i E ix i Hitrdn ft appenrnin IIOLDA " in wlidiTBrerH mcimnjf can be i but nc- - I rindard Uict an ry N . iilieutitl adjcue-- . a hin tint Th p It tint i thi mamwr Holr. bay duj hid etc V e t e- - w rj i jo ir 1 Tpr Sr:TSoi thw II ta - 5 m i t t f te p r i wH m t&e the idxI or liera fit tne rl llocctllv tnr ei ih tcnd ajr " ir 4nty kch r ill-t- wit ft j ' Ko an for the rtvel facei nxi t i V r reven d- ir civ? f i eni( T Ko!nk. ih tu-n- r prce id r tion for h purpvi eo attracting a ontiua io in - MthV ;r lit Tary wecfc--I . hicli ha 12 ar paKe- ..rolumi irh Hj.jion i uma ter . be-d am nM u h km. td i irt h onci lu d ti.it.Hnu -v I asce y Kl e nd t d t"?v uih jtm I ml - r t Clildrrn-. and pi-r- e en er foryo to end r iitt furn th'ee m h"ilx r it enflia; 50 ce t an - i t f te w ri- or mv e . u lUtof ivools.A deery p 'n oir an extra present by re ur mad (in a Mi no. io Tit mnxy wcth) of i i i b Konnte llriar Hnsh. by the famou- - Mn Marl irrn Tnin UuO& h a htCracie-- i tor at thf Uni ryca-tl ccityeir u if'wt mi r aara-- Ji one ib evThen el taiO(i tha idanr boot o ar once. ed be exit in rrfandeil. LUtsiu i i uii! Thit bac cnsful co ie!tanU wi'l b pnotel in tn- - Jut 4th Ke-i- in Th K-cn"t Io no1 w mt ' nn It th member, every content iiiKCapr ze M " V le t ler Man's W fe " r i we Mtl I betid yo i Ttia rfrorv of An X r ca K r Hil antrne. nnvn-i- t THk m n.n In writ! nn ition t. ! io tend yo i Add J iuc . Atlnt ramwmwaaaaaMmnmnmmKmmcKsaaamwmwwKmmmmmrwaBtcm&.mvjiww l It tc HOI ir. You -v un-'- ph j f -- 1 ci fhrhi te lru fr .- i ! nect-amir- y ir iae lit-o- n ij -- yn -- p-- se -t dri-eto- Note-Ifju- u J? mj-J- DR. PETER FLUCK'Srf- - Great German Remedy, J. H.N EFF 8: CO. (Opposite GIjimI'Hi Country Produce Bought and Sold F'nVe IIihe-- t (J-1- ) m Paul CO YCARS EXPERIENCE cof-'e- For l'olmiuln; Ills Employer. Dkw )KI, lnd., June 1. Marion Lay, a farm hand of Grant Heath, who d eiT mysteriously, has been located at Loogo "tee, and he will be brought here. A druggist claims to have sol I arsenic to a member of Heath's family. Feeling is intense. Fretrht Lon lurtor K.llrd. ArRoi:t,Ia3., June 1. John Meyers, a B. X O S. W. freight conductor, fell under the cars at Mitchell and lost both arms Sunday morniug. and died Sunday evening from the shock. He leaves a widow an I six children. For the and Immediate Relief Positive- Cure - os Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing. NEURRLGIR. TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS. COPYRICHTS ic. Aajone seixUns n rketrh atd quickly ascertain, fre. whether derrf sn rem (ooimamc-- c -probably patentable, tr ' coaidentiiL Oldest, aecncj f r:ccjr s -' In America. e htTe a Washing 3 y tbro-j;- n ma- Mur.n s t Patents talcen spoclal notice In tLe -d i j ' For Sale by all. "Dricgists. mch31 - 6m 25c. per "box. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, II. H. HUNSTOCK CHEMICAL CO., beantlfal'T Illustrated, linre"" c ml m " r.nr jcieatilc joarl,weelT,tcrniafl a Tear months, flJ0s:iOS i'ATEVT ipecirrcn copies in Uanj iJuoi- lent Iree. Aur.:s HANNIBAL, MO. MUNN Sl CO., 361 llroudvtci. Nct '.ork. 25-2- T Is Washington state the bullet from a gun accident illy discharged struck a man in the right temple and went around the skull as far as tho left ear without seriously injur. ng him. THE MARKETS. 1 RUST'S G.no ROOT AND Original lENHYROYAL niLLS and dress on receipt of ESS-?o- DR. reliable and Tor Dr. Rum's I'ennrTOTAl er torn uie Injure. fall and oe-alwBT ld . THE AGEi (INJECTIOM.I Cures In 1 to 1 days. Isrmo. dlate In elect; qnlck tc cure. AposltlTe KnfA. T.srll.af Can bo OiUoq I loot and carried InTMt pocket, all com. Mailed to aniaddrtw Mils. Tter rarer pietolnonesmailpmc-ac- e. oa receipt cl $1 by t B anr br Tho Bust Msdlelno Co. . EC Panl.Mlnn. pre-entl- re. 91-Jled O PIGEON MILK the grcatest Discovery or mayS-6- m ss M J.y W. G Wintn. Iruir:est, Riclimomi, Kv. DID YOU e er ftxnilr. ftimllr, ilo 3 winter patent. 2 2n;.-- u. FLOtTO Spring 3 fancy, H4jl6j 1 e, N 2 red was hcid at Sta. Sales: Sample red tract.. 77a Cuitx Tue demand .ras very l'gat and dull, ns-- s ruied Oais Sales- - No. 2 mixed, track. 03. Bogs feeltcl (3.- -5 4&61. ele;t Ha3 butcer-fair to good pack to ki oa iu&u w 433 CO. com' a? Halls uir nioa ana rontfs. jSOJui. expert-- . civ. Wheat iai4. i ry , nortsac-tcr- eir. t p.tect. t nor, ;65j.JOO .&U)a-.- 7. ATI, JuneS. Hpring $ am..;O o . ... 9 it.Dj;1. 0&-t4- 0; low n, eraJe, 24,. da THE WILLARD HOTEL, m Li xJ0"crzs",L7' I.:e, i.ir -- EVER v9 V il. attl, 1 r, '0fi000000090f'-Recently beei teoavertea Into a Modern Palace w ind Entrance are Marble and Tilingof tho Finest Quality. M7j fr&Ir 43 1 S3, coiacnox -- Vair lu -- shlpp-r- i. JI.0)J 8": d ttj v'ood to cnoiLe butchers, toc-o- Gil-mor- e's J kcoJ v choice. 6SJ extra, .0 7 6.7 t WooC-Unw.ed ltr. t: .SilKtPANU gol t. .ill to cno.be. Sa 5Jxt.i .5 Lmbs aaeJlum butthers. 4.-S5- J 2000 Yards ol 2rilliaat,jf.ew Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - S.5Jft3.- -i litiu; op Eitr ,, J10) oommoa 10 - 0V "t Dininj-Rolbm a. AND IIPPRR IIAI.C1. 'Oec-rte- - (..", coaimoj JOuoJja 5; I .ir, u Offices and Vbi. ualvks ?alr Its Equipments throughout aire without a Superior in the Soulh,rate "?""" .Ch rges Considered. deliiLoand ciotftlav'lt (Its i;tJ(: , medium corautaj tVjiboXjtmne lb; to eool il,'ht. jjoo cojicija and Uro. fine Beautifully liantly Lighted. Get one of our statements uf your to this firm? "Wq are sure you vhave overlooked it, and take this? .method of urging a prompt settlement of your account. In order to keep up our unapproachable stock of dry goods and ladies' old furnishings, it is imperative that-th- e accounts be settled. You see how that is. All work and no play makeJ5feeder and John dull bovs. -"t-I- d and Bril of sum nurin UflHp-- r o'o;&tnf. 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