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'I V4 KENTUCKY, Kentucky Fair Dates. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, L89T PrmtSkoYJsthvoufh hwS. r i it to ir appearance f, minions Liver or taste, believing warn Regulator. We .m that unless the word Regulator is on t n- - p. kage or bottle, that it is not Simmons t I.ner ir. No one else makes, or ever tus made Simmons Liver Repulator, or anvfhinj called Simmons Liver Regulator, but J U Zeilmi Co., and no medicine made bv anyone e!se is the same. , We alone can put it up and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not heln you as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, if you have been in the hibit of using a medicine which yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it, and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Kegulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably 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 see mat Simmons Liver iiegulator, which vou can readily distinguish by the Red , Z . on wrapper, ana ny our name, is ine owy Simmcns Liver Regulator. medicine called i Re-ula- speech calliii; the Convention to order: It may be proper in biirrendeririK to the Eovereijrn authority of the party the (rust you leleg:vted to me a year aj;o to in ike a few observations bujeited by experience. The organization has not bien as iflici eut and harmonious in all its details as the great mleres-- t at btake demanded, ov ingto Hie fact that it was composed largel. ly of discordant elements and crude Absolutely Pure We lutve, however, done what Celebrated for its great leavening Rtrength and hcalthfulness. Assures ne could do to tnnkcit representative of the food against dlum and all forms Many difficulties honest Democracy. of adulteration common to the cheap brands, koval bakino powdeb co., have been overcome. But the main NKW YORK. trouble .that besets our party, alienates COMING SOUTH. its best friends, and endangers its success, confronts us btill with fair speech and the ultimate purpose to betray and the sacrament. The famous Boston School of ExpresStep by step, since this pernicious prac- sion of which Dr. S. S. Curry is President plunder. Machine method?, the curse of mod- tice was pel milled, women have been will come to Monteagle for a Summer em politics, reach the most odioiib ex- leaving the seclusion proper for that ex. Session next Julv. "Women teachtremes in the cities, hut are often oflen- - What do we see This move means more than the com-in- c ' mvi-.1in ilm Mmtllrr ing iiiSuii'layandbecularschooIs, women of a cotton mill fiom New England j i conimuiiitics. Shrewd politicians prac- hunting societies under every sort to the South; a great school is actually them, betray cities and States and it of title to usurp the functions of manaml bringing its thought, the experience of a J. II. ZKILIN-- & CO. tice is not too much to bty that they cost us do the work of the world. Do we see gieat past, into our very midst. The reTake election. wonieu acting; as home and foreign mis- sults 011 Southern education will be imthe Presidency in the Simmons Liver Regulator. The liir rafectls work forlale plunder nud sionaries for the bptrad of the gospel to mediate and w By gathering together these urcat power, are the open enemies of society, every laud and every creature? As might PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. irrepressible schools and by pioviding a Summer and all honest men should unite to strike have been expected, the-theut down. They arn not, however, apostles of progress are now evcu attemt-in- g Hume abounding in wholesome things MlsS .MII.T'ltKI) (illUIK.W to become members of the vesjry, as for everybody, Monteagle is d.oine: a more hurtful to the paity than then men in some organizations they have invaded might and blessed workfor our sunny feeble imitators, found bcreer STENOGRAPHER AND cather together for a political purpose, the pulpit. AVhat position will be left land. We feel that we are rendering 011 and poison the toiirco ot to preset ve the diunityaud powerof mail TYPEWRITER. who perMs-tentlour community a service when we ask party strength. The most .sliamelcKS of if this lliini: g.)C3 on. Kentucky. IIk'h.moni), I protest against such perversion of you to write to A. P. Uourland, Monteathetu are broujji.t forward to preside tS ' tjjicr adjoining A .R I'urnani't. over local convcutiuus, nlicrs they the place of sexes. As. a radical change gle, Tenn., for full programs of the Asopenly ignore the independent partyJ is needed, I propose to return to first sembly's work. It is the duty of every patriotic citizen man and proceed to carry out a pre- principles and prevent women henceforth from appearing at the sacramental to keep informed conceruini: the benefiarranged programme, regardlets of he K. W. MILLER. cent progress of the institution, in which rights of all except the wreckers v. ho table. The miguided females sometimes mis- every Southerner should take pride. Attorney-at-Laput them there and gave them' orders. Thee conspirators cheat and diust quote the biblical phrase, "male and Richmond, Kkstockt. INCOMPARABLE SERVICE. female created he them and gave them Office m the Burnam Building, next door to associates when there is no difference of y fcb3-lopinion on public questions, no diwditiK dominion," and claim that ii was the I'anncr'fi National Bank. The Queen and Crescent trains are the itsMie, solelv from a habit of trickery and divine design that men and women finest trains run in the Stnte of Kentucky. C. P. BCRVAM. distrust of honest methods. They are should woik together in every departFour daily trains to Cincinnati connect W. S. MOBEKLBY. ment of human interest. Jt has been with the main highways of the Great so couimon that instead of being URN AM MOBERLEY. B they arc tolerated as necessary uived that as men and women were Tiutik Lines of the North, West and Attouxeys-at-Lapolitical evilh, while in truth the are placed together in families, so they East. RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. This is the line to Washeverocunt-ethat should sink to ob- should jointly strive for that larger Office in Burnam Bnilding, recently occu- livion under the weight of untramiiieled family, the church. Some of the advo- ington, New Yoik ISoston and the East. pied by A. It Burnam. cates of female assistants say that woman party judgment. The Queen and Crescent connects with The smart fellow who schemes for the was "last at the cross and eailfcst at the every line out of Cincinnati. STJ"Zj2jZ'V--2- S . corrupt control of interests by which he tomb," aLtl should therefore be en- S T. Swift, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. can gorge himself with plunder, is al- trusted to labor everywhere for her Lord. V G. Moucan. I). P. A., Ivexington, Ky. Away with such sophistry! Let us Attokney-at-Lamost respectable by the side ot the little IN MEMCRIAM. politician w ho schemes to rob his fellow not listen to it for an instant, but go at - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, voti-ro- f his voice in local politics, from a once back to the fact that no women Offiu over Taylor's Hardware store, habit oi wrong doing, ithout reasonable were present at the first sacrament. It Editor Climax: Court Hoin-e- , on Main Street. Miss Ilauuie Ida Parks, daughter of hope of advantage, when even he has was a fatal mistake ever to admit them W. II, H. Park", diel Slay 2d, 1897, after Yours faithfully, sense to know that only injury to the to it. I). IIOGC, II. Yestkyjian. . lingering borne two years with the loathparty can lcsult from his conduct. ATTORNEY AT LAW. The proposition to elect some women some disease, consumption, at her home AVe must make war on thet-corrupt Kentucky. KiciiMUM), practices. Voters are now independent. as members of the vtstry of Christ on the waters of Tates Creek, Madison Tliev have the .secret ballot, they cannot church, Lexinston, Ky., was lecently county, in the 24th year of her age. Oflice No. 13 Fiit St.. up stairs. and two be expected to support the party or if& made by Miss 1 .a lira Clay. Ata meet- A father, mother, two candidates unless we do what may be ing of the Guild, the question was dis- brothers are left to mourn her loss. M LILLY, GRANT done to secure them a fair and equal cussed and decided in the negative. Their loss will ho her eternal gain. A TTORXEY--A TLA W, we miss thee; no voice in fixing the policies, and naming Many of the arguments used by the op- Daughter and ponents of women for the vestry are the more shall we sec thy sweet face, or feel Kentucky. the candidates of the p.trty. Richmond, Individual rights, arc the basis of party same urged by the churchman above the touch of the hand that is still, or Office S. W. corner Main and Second rights, and it is folly to talk to men about ainiust the admission of women to the hear the sound of thy gentle voice. We miss thy cheerful presence iu the old Oiuca Laxuiiokne, Mnii up htairs. Will tract hv in all the great party of the people if wc stand sacrament. the courts of MadiMin and adjoining idly b while the best elements are family circle. May God gather thy enCulpepper, Ya. counties and Court of Appeali. tire family to thee to that better land by the uoiy ruffian and his sht.me-les- YOU'RE NOT SO WARM. where parting will be no more and and unscrupulous all' who it the .1. C. & D M. OHEXAULT, neither son ow nor death comes. abused garb of respectabi'ity thinks he (New York Journal.) A FlUKN'D. A TTORNEYS A T LA IV, can commit climes without fctam'iug be Iii New York Because you're not the Kentucky, fore the country a criminiil. Richmond, EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS. only pebble on the beach. It is difficult to organize voters to do t battle for cut and dried meaures and for In Jersey City Because you're not the Office on Second street, over Chen-aullThe annual excursion of the C. II. & jjrorerv. candidates that maneuver and combines only "come on" on the ierry. D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur to disfranchise them. Your partv ollkers, In Philadelphia Because you're not the this year on July 8th. The rate from CREEZii CLAY, it they are to officer a victorious pari, only tombstone ill the graveyard. Cincinnati, O., will he $7.00. lh.it the voice of evety oler is must 1 TTORNE A A II'. Tickets will be good five days. In Boston Because you're not the only iLCordcd fiec expression, and it is fur on Trains will IcaveCiuciunati about 12:00 fiozeu pudding in the icebox. Kentucky. Jltdimond, - - to provide that those who fail to perform first-claIn Chicago Recause you're not the only Noon. The accommodations will be this dun are unceremoniously removed in every paiticular. Elegant day V.'r- porker iu the stockyard. Collections Mtlicifi'd. from places they hold by vour authority. coaches, Pullman and Wagner sleeping .Majorities look with blind indulgence 011 In Salt Lake City Because you're not cars. The route is the most interesting methods however high handed thai rethe only bigmisf iu the Tabernacle. of any. Going via Toledo, Detroit ami sult in the triumph of the men they fav- In Milwaukee Beciuse you're not the the Michigan Central Railway through or. Jhey refuse to see or condemn wrongs only bottle in the brewery. DR. II. R. GIBSON, the best part of Southern Canada, direct of which tin-- ' or their friends are the Iu Brooklyn Because you're not the to the Falls. This is the only line, that beneficiaries. Yet when the contest w ill) PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, only father of twins. passes cloe to the brink, from which a Kentucky. the enemy comes later, how powerless Richmond. In Detroit Because you're not the only full and complete view ot both the Amerthey are without the loyal support of an ican aud Canadian Falls can be Been to potato in the patch. oul raged minority. advantage. Niagara is one of the greatOffice in the Joe ("(.lin.liuil.Iin;, 18 and 30 SecOur pe ple arc bold, manly and fair In Kansas City Because you're not the 27- ond Sireel, orer Wnue e4d drucstore. est wonders on the globe every body only debris in the cyclone. minded, and until the Into election 1 knows of Niagara, and everybody wants would have stated it as an unqualified In Omaha Because you're not the only CUAS. HOOKER, to go there. The C. II. & D. It'y was the airship in the sky. prop sition that in any fair (otitest the I ETERTNARY SURGEON, first to inaugurate these cheap excursion0, minority would btand loyally by the In Kentucky Because you're not the and always has the best accommodations Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. majority in a battle with common em my. only leaf in the forest. provided for its patrons. Persons desirnow I asserc that there arc few ex Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Kveii ing full information about this excursion, Office up Hairs over New York Store, corner ceptions to the mle, and that with the HALF RATES EVERY SUflDAY. should address the undersigned and a 46- Main and First streets. Richmond fair consideration and equil vohe the descriptive circular will be mailed you. humblest member of the party is entitled Queen it Crescent Route Tickets will D. G. EDWAIJDS, If. C. JASPJ2R, M. D to, secured to thein, there would not be on and after Sunday May SOtli be sold rass'r Traffic Mg'rC. H. & D. R'y, Medicine and Suruery. one in :i hundred. between all stations at half rates every Cincinnati, Ohio. Office Collins Buildim:, MainStrcet- The movement now on foot, and grow-ins-i- ii Sunday until further advised, good going Tolephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on is emphaticalstrength eveiy day, Broadway. and returning on Sunday only, between Schoolcr's Press Slipped An Eccentric In - Kentucky. ly a movement of the people; their con- any stations at which trains are schedSand Box. The Right-han- d RicnMOXD, victions and conclusions bha(cdthc lust uled to stop. Ask Agents for particulars. Mr. W. F. Schooler, editor of the campaiuu, swept aside all who failed to AV. C. KlNKAHSO.V, DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Mbrehead Advanco, and who married with them Trouble agree and Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati.O. Miss Grace Hacker, of this city, thus AND SURGEON, PHYSICIAN will be averted in the future if this fact excuses tho late appearance of his Kentucky. is kentin miud and a fair expression of Richmond, One fare for round trip to Asheville N. good paper recently. The truth is he the will of eery voter secured in the C. account Summer School, Y. M. O; A. was out one night celebratiufr his Office in Smith Building, No x( Main Street, tip minor as well as the greater affairs of the June lo to 15 ood returning until June nomination as Republican candidate Office hours 12 to 1 ani 4 to 5 o'clock. stain. -- The Democratic Slate Convention Wo wish to caution all users of Simmons o June -- , was Liv- -r RejruUtor on a subject of the deepest wlucli met at ami importance to their health mi-n- st railed lo order by Major 1. 1'. Johnston, tlioir livt-s-. The sole proprietors Chairman of the State Democratic Coin-ttiittAt i in ilcprs of Simmons Liver Regulator irn tlixt cu homers are often deceived by The following is the full test of his m, a ul taking some medicine of a e. - JiiRlsriNG. CHAIRMAN JOHNSTON'S RINGING SPEECH cratic party will again be dominant, not only in the nul precincts, but, in our cities and in the Stntes. A CHURCHMAN'S it l if On For tue Climax. PROTEST. tun-teru- Allow me to call public attention to what seems to me a very important subject. It is the impropriety of allowing women to partake of the Lord's Supper, now generally called the. sacrament, in all the churches. It is only nccetsary to read the account of the institution of IhU sacred memorial by the founder of the Chiisliau religion to see that only men v. tre present on that occasion. It is not worth while here to consider whether the omission of woman was intentional or only becauso-accordinto the custom of that age and country, the master and his disciples, after engaging in puplic ministry, met intJio "upper chamber" to partake of their last meal together. Suffice it for us to note the great evils that have resulted from the presence of nomeu at POWDER At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Fair Assot i.ition, iu the Willaid Friday afternoon, the following were elected officers for the coming yean l'lesident, W. I. Samuels, Bardstown; Yico Presidents, J. H. Mallory, Bowling Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond ; Secretary and Tieasurer, A. R. Carroth-er- s, Loumviili. The coiii'tiittce appointed to make list ofila 1 i i iv this season's fairs sub-niit- .i !,, following, which was adopt-11- I y the meeting: Wroailles, Tuesday, .Tif y 0. Itichmond, Tuesdav, July 27. Danville, Tuesday, August 3. Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10. Hardstown, Tuesday, August 17. Eliza bethtown, Tnotljy August 24. Bowling Green, Wednesday, Septem- iANDY cathartic A l ALL DRU5GiS75 f Laxa-- t Sitn-- J "Nothing else like it:" The rncst refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. We Send it FREE! .TO m u 1 'i WEAEI MEK Young and Old. w CURE COriSTlPATIOMl 10 f pie in.l booklet frfe. Ail. any Utal nEQHT TlTPr 7 flTTHTJ IIJTUUh flDuULUlDhl UUflnftltl.rii;ttr. n,Tfr - np0rsrip,.intraatMjnatiiralrrsalU. STFKI.l0 KKirnr (.. Dilrairo. Jlnntrf-il- . Cn..crV!T Jorfc. si: forAtJr-2tian- 25 50 mrfim 3Citf3ajIEIIsSSfi' raieof to care . Rejoice with ns in the Discovery. I f ,T X Cawarrfcs arc the mrm j a' nrj-- j Kitfitfgg JScap. ItfVCf kmzxr? res th: Toilet ti"uRszRyBATH mi 311 r.V. ........tHttinltn"" BRIDGEFORD'S ? ber 1. I'aducah, Tuesday, September, 7. duly IS will be ofTered to Winchester, which was not represented at the meet indigestion dyspepsia biliousness and the hundred and one simi- lar ills caused by impure blood or inactive liver, quickly yield to the purifying and cleansing c properties comaincu iu ECONOMIST bF.E RANGE, Price 25$ M Wlien a man h.n snirerttl for years with a weakness that hhliN iits life atl rubs him of all that reallv inake life worth Itvin;. if he avail limt-e- if of n. s complete cure, w hy not the moral co'ir.ige to stop his ilowiimtnl eorse. We will senl von ly mail. ABMMiUTK-h- Y FKKK. in plttiii uckae. the A ,1o-es- t i il DH. HliFFSlAVS VITAIj with a legal to penuanentlv en re I.Oal' SK!,K-i;i!S- guar-ante- .! II S. Til EM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! It lasts twice as iongr as otiicrs. A trial w:ll convince yoa of its ere at merit. w::i please tne mest lastidious, CHARLES?. MILLER Mir. ot FRENCH iVILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PERFU.V.ERY, ln. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ENTRANCE RAILWAY'S TO KE'.Y YORK. HEW ESTABLISHED, 1839. Lancaster, Penn. n SHIPS forer N'llJ'ir KMISS10NS anl all uiiiwtuial lrams. Iteturns to former appearances em ici itetl orjrtns. No C. O. D. frauil nor recipe deception. If we could not otire, we would not Oiir nteilicine FKKK to try, and pay when Uisiied. Write y, as this way ot Addreos Ap(;jr jjiin. VAKU'in'ELK ShXUAL WhAk-VKS- to-da- y? ji.. d. e s 31-- J. e Gl-3- 0 eu-le- fcti-fl- ed -- Y-- T-L- the greatist improvements ever made for the convenience of passengers to and fiom New York City has just bren completed. A new high speed Feny service has been established from the bin Jersey City depot to the foot of 23d street in New York City, where a handsome Ferry House has been creeled, with commodious waiting rooms, baggage room aud all conveniences of a modem Union Depot. The Ferries used between Jersey Citv and 23d street are just fiom the ship builder, aud are all tout can be embodied in modern passenger steamers. They arc large ''double deckers," and the landings on both sides of the river are so constructed that passengers can go alioard or ashore from both decks at once, thus saving the trouble and annoyance of going up or down a crowded stairway. In connection with the 23d street station a line of hansoms and carriages has been established that will take to or from any part of New York Cit; a charge of 2." cents per passenger for a mile ami a half or under, and 15 cents for each additional mile or fraction is made. Trunks will be taken with paseengers in four wheel carnages at 10 cents each. Tue charge for passenger in four wheel carriages id 40 ceuts on same distance basis as hansoms. Valines are taken charge of by driver i.i either hansom or carriage at 5 cents each; no charge for valises carried in hand. This new station is in addition to the Courtland and Debrosses stiect stations; these are still in use for goin-- Mirect to the lower, or business end of New York City, but for persons desiring to go first to the bote) district the 23d street fetation fills every need. Linding passengers only a few blocks from Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Every prominent hotel is within easy reach. Passengers leaving Lexington on the Cheapeake it Ohio Limited Vestibuled trains have the cotnlort of riding in through sleepers to New York without change, making from three to five hours iiuicker time than via any other line. I.eive Lexington 11:23 a. m. and 8.50 p. m. daily. A l rive 231 street, New York City, 12:50 a. in. and 9:13 p. m. daily. Leave 23d street, New York City, 7:55 a. in. and 4:55 p. in. daily. Arrivo Lexington 8:00 a. m. and 5:20 p. in. daily. Write for new surface map of City. GtonGC. W. Baknky, , Division Passenger Agent, Lexington, Ky. One of te r New-York tlobnstof aisaparilla &. F 0 X ;o.'s oorseis, MAKE m h Western Medicine Company, ucosrmiEa. Kaljm.tzoti, 3!:r!;. n SOLD OX AN -- 2: ?1 I American Beauties CORRECt QUART BOTTLE. A.Tjsoliitc g CJuni-iiiitc- o. I i nntitrnllv nn .ill orfans j bodv. Asa blood-cleanse- r, l..m'j. i i l iii i uuuucr, anu iicaiui-rcsiuic- t, I It cures permanently by acting of the flesh-- 1 ? . jl has no equal. Put us in Quart (Joules, and sold at oi each. WILLIAMS, DAVIS, BROOICS : l SHAPES. SOLO IN RICHMOND. HY 51 McDonald's CELEBRATED WORM P0W8 ER3 or EASY A'lO m J jj8 E I Detroit, Jltch. Take LWerettes for LNer Ills. ti CO. ma 7oral ARTISTIC J lj - Ft.43AHr jfc anc TO TAKE. EFFECTS. Smaller dow Sold by D. Z. & T. Ii. Taylor, Waco, Ky. :$:SADDLERY. fc..- -j JL ffc'&-rtC2- a Iffll 1 On AH Ennrely veeeiWe VS. certain aiil m ver- 'k failin? Worm Detrovcr EVER DISCOVEREU. V. nXH fnr f t w.. V V tury vrithcontipujllvinrrci mcdc4nantl. Easiest to take X er--" - I ifi SEX Lengths. lch Box. i l)oej this not m:an merit ? 125,000 Chili! n early Sent their Urates by AVorais. .r lni-bs- V L Thina m'unenf to V HcDONALD'S - NEWEST MODELS. 1 TTtTCI 1, CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. r sale by all Maaufacturctl xr,?. X12ll i:OX :Ib oi'j anl (ialT by mrrtfrtfiin il. proprietor. . 1'SI. ? o White 1 At Walter Azoell's Livery Stable. haml-mail- I?MMlVlll.-- Shi may 1 mo FANCY and All Vinds of fjuaranted. e harness, cheaper feb21-t- f than can be bought any where In Blchmon i. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction ms b PLAIN. FBTHERBONE L. & 3S', R. E, mgr CORSET CO,, I K. (J. DIVISION. Ix Effect 2Iaw ii 1, liSWS. a. Express for CinciBniiti.1 xv Paris, 31asville. "Wih- -i p. x. Chester ami G.25 mail. 7JRJ Cincinnati. r.rfe, Jdays-- r. Jt. ville. Winch ester and 2.03 Lexington mail. L5 Livingstoa, London, Jd-1.10 lico, l'inevilie. 125 Fast line for Livinpston, &. x. $TCCCC" AND J () The Finest Kigs.' NOKGTUCK The Safest Drivers, iPSAi The Promptest AtKAT $ m-v.,.'--- -i : SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD 2Y lv. M. - -- THE- W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. feblO-f- m p 51 STL K) WY jjloi T- ' !, Oiii$ v I ! tention. ll.-t:- ; f.oiKkin,JeI!i-caKiRxil- SKt The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Tclephono Your "Cousin;" ( . m. S"'. 3 ffl Sal .: I') i' m. 1.23 Fast line for Cincinnati, r. jt. Pans. 11.43 UouUnd. Lanciteter am! .v. x -tanfonl. IftlO Wiiu-liestv- 3 t tai'.' f R2A. J ? Ci;PMkbrt Gccrgc Thorpe, Mrtet, between Miin and Water, rttirof Dillingham biiildinjr, Uicliinond Ky. Ueady to do all kinds of bLicksnuthing promptly in the best vorUtiMidike manner. d & Ciankii hhvj. Fit J :W a ) o () ( HIGHEST GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. Jp M P. B. BROADDUS. Hnclcy's Old Stand. No 20. Sf!-on- In Ktfect March 1. IMT. DAILY KSCKIT SUNDAY. 3- 3- Every Wheel Guaranteed. CenS for catalogue. YJEAK ESfiH E8A3E VigQhBlt cvst: SOUND. Arr Elkhorn. " Switzer. ' StampiiiK (' () o HAMPSHIRE GYSLE MFG. CO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible dta'ers invited to rcsDond .lth us. $ $ in iixzJ &rS. PS!C?v. ffSSi' C?D. ss A now school house near WrijihtV Chapel, six miles west of Mnyfiold, will be erected soon. cor- - fp on Get L he Profits JL Ltc Frankfcvrt. . fe u j ISr"D.-.- Y w 'i.-i- j COOQCe Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers raid Middlemen by buying di- - ?hysi;:as. may26-6- Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown. Centreville ' Elwabcth " Paris "' DuvnllR Gremt .. . . S 38 S 3W 3, 3. Gcun;cton . -- . . IV ..7 .59 IK 63 . Sit 7fti 9 S 89 3 3C JS S21 i 38 l le S The protracted nieiitiiifr at the EASILY MADE Mayslick Christian Church is attract- niFTY.DOLHItSA WEEK locality lor Hon T AontJ wanted in cverv W. J. Bryan"-- , great book, "The First Battlt." ing laro audiences. over prodnced. Agisnt HON. C. It tsts pot7crtuIlT fid ajidciyIt ben fill, orr-- iren resaln jen recover youihil Tl"it. JLi-i- ' intred to Clirt crTjajii, r-- T. CALDWELL, The best seller are taking as raanv a 203 orders per weelc Beware of fraudulent imitations. Senl tor and beqin work at once. W. B COXKKi' COMPANY, Publishers, 311 Dearborn btreet, Chicago. fit niaj-12-E- s A of Parkersburg, V. Va., Recom mends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAiiKEusuunG, AV. BED WETTING CURED 0?AQ Wis, PAY. Mrs. B. M. IIOWAX, Milwaukee, mch3-lv fitinrr"5co to Care crltcfaid I ro". fUt tr 'raTKt. SZFVr.Jl SlEillCjiA. ABUT, CLIcnco, I Sold by Richmond Drug Co. cud V. G. MneT-- FampIi'M m . Mlier to", X'utllnkT ZIciict. nCH, aji'l a, ejfxis ct utf je cr cx.v i r ipt miucTttan. V,"t.rii on latani.y and i;",'lv- - s'iCi.r- cu t'C:-- i it ylliis 1 pr atirpr!it. ! fi r r;i:ic igoic, or - "ai"3nlcariel InTC3tr"cSct. I'-T.ih -V ,.- r. fi"l per rox. Or C tVi. i:u motency, Xtt;t:yAnticitjj.. Jnl Vltltt ltl: .. Iu-e- t in v wu-- n . rect from the manufacturer. in i . 1 8 SB 5 f 38 28 WEST BOUND. T ..! jzi X ysirrm Lre Pari W rr .! Arr Elizabeth Centreville ' Newtown. ' Georgetown I.ve Gepreetown Arr DnvalU. Stamping Groand. " Switzer " Elkhorn. .. " Fnnkfort M 18 MM 1118 II II 3S S 9 9 M 32 3 W S S 3S . P W f 4t 6W 7K 7 Ul J Uo better v.heJ made than the hite. Va., UEII. . KM.KY January The AVniGiiT nzme mcycie SOUTHERN RAILWAY, Built in our D. BKHCAW, Gen'l OEO. B. IIARPEK, Gen'l hspt. Frankfort, KestHcVy. a It 38 Pm. .tgt?nt. 20, 1905. Of Shelbyville, ovn factory by Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. - Gentlemen: I have been usinj: Wright's Celery Capbules since November, 1894. and find them to be aa recomI first beinin taking them mended. while at Hot Springs. Aik. under treatment for Sciatii' Khenmaiism, Liver and Stouuch trouble Constipation which 1 had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules pave me j;reat relief from the beginning and have uod tlt?m ever since, with pleasure, anu unso licited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like aflliutiousoreithei ery truly yours. of them. party The majority fairly aweitained bliould DR. JOHN M. POSTER, "overn. Jet us trust tne people anu Kentockv Richmond, force the iibaiidouineut of the machine methods by which they have been de- Telephone at office and residence. V frauded and betrayed; then the Demo- 1 1 ... ... CiiaklesT Caldwell. Sold by T. S Hagan, Dnureist. Trice 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug(J-- store and yet free sample. Ky., Reconimnnds Wright's Celerv Caxules. Shelbvvilie, Ky., May 20, '9d. To Wrichtilcliial Co.. Col.. O : . (IX KENTUCKY ) I have nnrrhaotd a box fl GentWricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Schedule in effect May S, 1807. .Middeltoii, druv'Kixt, Jiui iibeu them lur Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ('ots&ti "o. i No- - a. No. 1. KASTBUDKU pation and found that tliey cave me 7 .5am l.20m Ltr. Loutvnlle relief every time. 1 think it an Ar. shelbyville 9 lwitn ftilpra 'J Mara &.3arm ?0pm Ar.Lt'renceb e excellent remedy. I a 17am VL4Spm ftSCrm! Ar. Vcwall'.et 10 10pm Id 50a a Ar. Lexington Yours very truly, No. tt No. 2. H'lMimuM) W. Rilev. Geo. , 9 a.l0rm 5 mam Lr Lxtniftoa.... m 8.1iam n.3p u . Ar. VersiIHeH.... iilam d.oopoi 5.45am IAr.La'rcnceb'g... tJCam .tjpn; 62kam HOW TO FIND OUT. lu.53am 8. 13pm a 03am Nos. 1,2, 5 and 8 carry Free Observa' Trains s'cilled workmen using the best Chesaps&ke ani Obio limy 6 Sft 7 38 3 88 t 58 material and the most improved machinery. IVo havo no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. "Shipped nyvhere for examination. WRITE FOR Time of Trains at Wiacheter. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Stcrl:n and Lexinirton Accoffl Eastern Express for Loatsville Morebeail and Lexineton Accota. New York Limited FT F. V am am pni pta Our Interesting Offer Nil G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Sokgeon, - Kentucky. Richmond. ... 0 I L 0006111 DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Pradilioner in Richmond Medicine and Surgery, DmocHUd residence ... Kentucky oi Third Street. 23E17TAL STOGSSY. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, .-Kentucky Richmond, Jlercliants, houn, Owc 0:00 Smith bmldinc. Main Street. OfEce . to 11 M. ; 1:00 to 4 l M. limited to dentitrv. llanV.e, liwyerf, mWfm J. C. MoeOam. J.A.Yates. & YATES, DENTISTS, AIOEGA Richmond, 1iEicians and all economical men wear W. L. DoueUs Shoe liecause they axe KllSPiik ebl0-5f- il Xentccky tbe best. For sale by Opit anlc Mala Street, over Madison National Freeman a. Brothers, Richmond, Ky. .J" s - te?.4. . for tho legislature, althouRh he de nies this in the following characteris. r !! A" unc are wr rouuu irip 10 jtnoxviue tic stylo: and return .Tune 10 to 19 :ood returning "Our paper is two days late this until June 30 account Suuimer School week, owing to an .accident to onr Y. M. C A. press. When we started to run the edition on Wednesday night, as usual, one of the guy ropes gave away, allowing the 'forward gilderfluke to . fall andbreakas it struck tho flunkcr-floppcWHAT TO BO- This, of course, as anyone ' There is comfort in the knovdedge who knows anytliiug about a press so often expressed, that Dr. Kiluer's will readily understand, left the'gang-plan- k j Swamp-Roo-the great kidney rttnedy to supwith only the The Style. Tit and Wear jm. could not be Improved tur SSmmKXmlK , fulfills every widh in relieving p?jn in dropped and broke port it, which also Tbe undersigned has three separate small Double the Price. This loosened farms which he offers at private sale separately thcLliiick, kidneys, liver, blitdde ajnl off the wapper-chokevery part of the urinary pasa2(B-- It 7. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the the fluking between the ramrod and or tdecther. All three are situated at rodBCtions fef skilled workmen, from the best macorrects inability to hold urino and which also caused tho terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. or trouble. The report that tho trouble STATION, bcalding'pain inofpassing it,winebad ijffects We make also J.tHJancJ ji.a snoes lor men, ana orjibeer, liquor following nso in was caused by S2.50, 52.00 and 51.75 for boys, and the W. L. lJouglas $SM) folice snoc, very sunaoie lor intoxicating stimulants by oursolf Is on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain and overcomes tliatjiuplrasant; necessity policemen and others having a tissue of falsehoods, tho peeled, ap- respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are itc11 of behiK compelled to get up many times much walking to do. pearance of our right eye being watered and well Improved farms. There is during the night to urinate- - The mild effect of Sv TVearo constantly adding ne-- styles to onr caused by ourgolnginto the hatchway no better land in Madison county, most of it aud tho n being already larpc. ar;ety, ana mere is no is soon realized. It stands thq highwrlty you cannot bo suited, so Insist on of the press in our anxiety to start baTing W. L. Douglas ihoes trout jour est for its wonderful cures of thej mo&l after it, and pulling tho iconpling-pl- n E0TT0BI LAND- .dealer. ca?fc. Ifyou'uecda raq iicine the slapbung was broken, which ffe use only tho lest Calf. Ilussia Calf fc'oldliy! Irug- It Is a fine neighborhood and accessible by vou should (all colors), French l"awnt Calf, caused tho dingus to riso up and welt turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, French Knaiuel, Vici Kid, etc., nnd one, J ollar. o expoet a brand etc., all within a mile of White's Station Test gists, jirjce graded to corre9ond with prices us in tho optic. ot uio biiue. For a' sample bottle and pinphlct,' Itoth now jjiltlerfluko on this afternoon's Office, ten miles from Richmond, ti cash, sent free by maitjnention. ttie 'Ci iJtAX, TERMS Sale will be made If dealer cannot supply you, train." n writo bVlnnce to 'suit purchaser. For particulars, and send youifiull a4d We to W. L DOUSLAS, Braektwr, Mks. address r .Y. Dr. Kimcr&Co., Bingliamptoe, StorlingpDaucing plub.will ue" Fiu;e.Catalog 'The Mt. White, i ttntee The pfopretor' oi tlikf--. - .. giye,aswell hopjitilasonlcTeBaple 3 , .i. aa( "r.fri.if.rii..--t.''- HUIT r. i U IUMHHISB 1MB Mf K , .! TfiurwlftreveBiBffJiiae 1? r v 1 or TW ARM HFORff 3 .00 SIDE 3 - r. SALE - J?iH a bottle or common 'watcrglas, wiih urine and let Btand twenty-fou- r honrf; a sediment or settling indicates a diseased conditio'! of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is ptwitive evidence of kidney trouble. Ton fre queut desire to urinate or pain iu the back, is also convincing proof tlitit the kidneys and bladder are out of order. tion Chair Cars. EASTIl ' CSD Na UNo. n sta tost JSpii 7 4um IjV Loutsvil Ar 63?p;n 9i5am ArLarncbnrAr 7.25pm tH5im ArHaroisbgAr Of8 m Ar uurs?ta..l.Y 1 ESTIiaCND 14. r.so o7 Tiupm! 7.45am Na lUMaml a.iipra 9. .C.tml 6.45pm 8.03am 4.1 '.pin Midway Ar 741am X33piii 7 20pm 11 20;m Ar 7.50pTi 12.1SpTilArGeorgtt Lv 7 lSanil 3.C0pnT 5.47pm Loutsrtl Ar .. C.alklHl m 71.1. ... la 7amArVersllcs Ar LiV II irATios An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other collece or institution of learning in the United States, or in the New England ConservaWETnOUSD tory of Music, can he fceenred by No 1. mi. It Wbo can think S.rpmlU.S5am (r jtny yoiui!; man or woman who ia of tome 8tmpl9 S25am iipm 7 35am a in tamest. Write for particulars A Wanted-- An thing to patent? 4 3iptn qui-kl- v. JAMES D. BALL, 7 ProtectJOHN WEDDEKBCRN & brtnz yoa wealth. roar Idea: ther mar 4'0inl 7,i3jin J CO, Patent Altar. SO Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. 4 Write neya. Wualngttte. D. C for their JUIO prtio offer YIZSTBOVSO. su lUt ct two nuadrcd laTeatlons wanted. No. n tSo. 6d' r O Asmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad. J.in27-5-m FREE EDUCftTIOH. EAST BOUND. 9 K am Lexington and Morehend Accota.. 11 48 am New York Limited F. F. V. fi 30 pm Lexintf on and Mt. Sterling Aecom 9 23 pra Washington Expre Accommodation train ran dally except Sin-da- y. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping; .nd dining car service to New York. For information, rates orsleepcrreserratfons K. HOOD. Aeent L.AN.Ky., call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. D. P. A. C Jt O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. &r Idea 3. tlW.m twain A vrvriONi 7.4jam 4 2Jpni i.vLijuIitU Ar 1020jm Cn7pm Lv Verslle Ar ll.00am 76pm ArNtchlvlllAr ll.iSpm ,1.05pm STATIONS. IjV. &30i;m liSIUjUSIX No. 1 tVoS.1 WESrUOlTMlX tVo 6 ItNo. 2. in 55 in aiipmi JMson loaumenta I I3I023:3d:0T dJ S - Works, cc flip-fla- p t, 140pm ArRichmo'd Lv C05jm 345pm L30pm' .vi Ar irvine 7 No. 1 7 45a in 7.55am 5.30pm' Na3. e. ,Ar. Iixlagton. Louisville.. 7.3-ip- O 10.50-t- flbber-snatchc- r, WHITE'S over-indulgcn- co Ar. Knoxvtlle.... Ar Asheville Ar savannah Ar. JickonrllIe. Ar. Cnattinooxa.... Ar. Atlanta. ........ Ar. Macon 10.10pm awjpin 7 30am i.zvam 1.15pm C 500am a Ham tf.ui-.r- o o ?: 0 O re 7 4upm 5.00 Ar Jaekonvillo ... eM5am 9 10 Dm 11.50pm ia U.lO-in- i a - lliopm lO.tuam 8.10im letter-carrier- s, Lt Chtttanoo;a... Ar. Ulrmingham... Ar. Mer.dltn... ... aotpm 6.u5am t4.'um .4iptn; U2Jam 0 55pm. amp-Ro- ot rea-to- dibtre-'siui- r havfi-tho'Lc- llft"-ceu- ts ons-thlr- d Ar. New Orleans... r Na I carrws Fras Caalr ear Louisville to Lcxinctoa thr9 connctlnj wttts bolld Vojtl-- l buleTrtln carrvln? Pullman Sleeping Car via' Cnaltanoosato Blrmlaghira aad Kaw Orleans.; s No. 3 carrifri Pullmia Sleeper Loutsvillo lo Chattanooga, end Atlanta, alio Laxington to Jacksonville via Hot Springs. Aaoovlllc. and! Compartment Sleuper Lexingtoa to New Or . leans. 4Tln Prftnnt finm1.iv. 4 9- o , MANUFACTURER AND DElX.EIl IN ) post-offic- e, S.Ti'Swirr.P.&T.A.. TT. V OF CEJUETERY WORK. i. Fov trthev particulars, pricey c&?., address. A2TD ALL-KIjSDS GFIKNITE : TONU7VierSTS, jVlooiliDertal GeoD. H GKKXN.Gsn. iwper-.goa- fTiisklaetoa. - --J .. i- W. A. TBRK.G P.O.. Supt, J. KVUCLPrT. M. - a ; ' Washing toa. D. C. D- Wat "H. TAYtoB.A. -- , ?,? -- - f. Mm c. K.B1 K B4k'' ".t! r. K. jadijoi) A .. Worksf i. ,C c Hs.' r L" ' ... "' c ; (r T " - J :&b il Sr j ffrrwIiimraiifwarlmWBrtmH l' - I IS. - - a l- - h s v it it k &' s n K ff ,r : c -- v. drunkenness in proportion to the num- Tano Bnkec Tim groom is a nephew ber of drinkers than there used to he of Dr. J. W. Harris, of UnionCIty, county. when whisky was the great American this Miss Jtfiibello TerrM left last, week tipple. for San Antonio, Santo Ft'., ami other Appeared Each Season Until Blood .League of Cin- points in Texas and New Mexico, The Ohio Was Puriflod With Hood's Sarsa-parllwhere she will be the guest of her cinnati has sent the Climax an invita- aunt, Mrs. W. H. Wooten. An Indolent Ulcor. Hr detion to attend a convention of parture Is deeply regretted by her "For several years I was troubled with Clubs, representing the Stales of many friends, who, .however, rejoice carbuncles on my lelt side and my back. Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, together that she will return this fall. They would disappear la winter and reo with all advocates of the restoration of It is rumored around that the turn the next summer. I began taking applicant for the Caldwell Hood's Sarsaparilla'and have never had the free coinage of silver, to be held at High Mr, Rice Cincinnati, Ohio, Tuesday and Wednes- Miiler,School principnlship,will about any carbuncles since. My littlo Bon had of Nicholasyillo, day, June 22d and 23J. the 1st of September take unto him- a fever and on indolent ulcer appeared on self a wife. Tho young lady's nnmo his left limb and spread halt way around The following is the prograny could not bo learned, but wo have it. Our physician recommended a blood JUNE 22. been told that her home was in the purifier and 1 gave the" boy Hood's 9 a. m. Convention called to order at neighborhood of the Pond Meeting Barsaparilla with gratifying results." A. G. B. James, Polkville, Mis3. Pike's Opera House by Col. Jeptha Gar- house on the Barnes' Mill pike. " I have been a great sufferer from musTho following yxmng ladies and rard, President Ohio Valley gentlemen spent a most pleasant cular rheumatism aid in October began in City Hall Precinct, subject to the Tho Courier-Journa-l, league. commenting outing Sundaj' among the picturesque Democratic primary July 15. I continued Election of Temporary Officers and Ap- hills of Mjilorv Springs : Bessyo Leo taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. on the mission of McKin ley's monits use until January when I could go "We are authorized to announce pointment of Committees. Lena. Cornelison, Belle as any one and I have had John H. Gibson a candidate for etary commission now in Europe, 10 a. m. Address by Hon. Charles A. Baughman, Roberts. JAzziv Feeny, about Harris, Eva Councilman from the XTniversity says that itn report must be "that no acute pains since." I. W. MTXNICK, Dora Neff, Nettie Todd and Maty Precinct, subject to the action of the Europe regards bimetallism not only Towne, of Minnesota. Burns; Messrs. Coleman Neff, Jay Grand Isle, Louisiana. Democratic party. A1JJOCKNMET. Iyter, Carl Todd, "Baby" White, as unsound in theory but also as impracticable even with the aid of 1.30 p. m. Delegates meet at Gibson Bob French, "Ted" Burns, Cap Dickerson, Jay Lackey, "Waller Lraynor Is sold by all druggists. Trice Si ; six for $5. nations. As all the financial experts House, where cars will be waiting to ana uiycte liart pills to tako and the financial officers of the great take Delegates to Chester Park. Tho following persons have re- rlOOa S FlilS are tlie only Sarsaparilla. with Hood's governments will have been inter7 p. m. Convention convenes at ceived passes to Middlesborough. Knoxville, Chattanooga and the viewed their opinions will very Pike's Opera House- Nashville Centennial, on account of Nashville next week". nearly be accepted as final." If the Addresses by Hon. II F. Bartine. of tho membership of governments of Europe had been of Nevada, Editor National Bimetallist the. Delta of Sigma the Climax andk' Miss Nannie B. Campbell spent SunNu in tho Ken-tucsounded on the propositions set forth and Hon. E. B. Finley, of Ohio. Press Association: Mr. and day with the Misses Kinnaird. Mi"s Minnie Wood, of Hnstonville, is Mrs. Clarence E. Woods, J. Robert in the American declaration of JUNE 23. Eiggs and Miss Katie Smith. Tho the guest of Miss Tannie L. Wallace. they would undoubtedly 9 a. m. Convention convenes at Pike's Association meets this year at MidMise Fannie Parkes, is visiting Miss have pronounced them unsound and Opera House. dlesborough and will bo entertained Brooks, of Payne's Depot, this week. dangerous, and the man in 177G sugat a reception, ball, etc , after which Reports of Committees. Nr. J. G. Gallowav, of this place, in they will go to Lookout Mountain buying tobacco in Mercer and Boyle gesting the acceptance of their opinAiworuxMExr. and tho Centennial. Tho trip is a this week. ion a final would have been hanged 1:30 p. m Delegates meet at Gibson fine one, and costs the press people Mr. Ollie Tcrrill has returned from as a traitor. House, where cars wilftbe in waiting to only 0110 dollar each, their member- Williamsburg, where he has been atship fee. school. of a new DEMOCRATIC TICKET byThk organizationRepublicansparty takep.Delegates to the Lagoon. a Pike's Mrs. John M. Foster elegantly en- tending John Wallace and Mr. Harvey 7 in. Convention convenes Air. the free silver who tertained her lady friends on Thursday afternoon from 3:00 to 7:00. The Francis have returned home from C. W. assembled at Chicago is an evidence Opera House. presented a scene of rare where they attended last session. Addresses by Gen. A. J. Warner, of For Clerk of Court of Appeals, that the financial issuo is to be the Merer. C. A. Fish and E. W. Todd, ovelinesson this occlusion; fragrant SAM. J. SHACKELFORD, Ohio, President of the American principal issue in our politics until it June roses every where, the walls returned from Georgetown last week of Daviess county. is finally settled by an overwhelming Union, and Hon. John Gilbert hung with old family portraits, and where they graduated with honors. je2-l- y here and there beautiful pieces of expression of public opinion at the Shanklan, of Indiana. Mr. A. K. Lackey, Sr., celebrated hu brought homo by Dr. 70th birthday yesterday by having all of For Circuit Judge ballot box. For tho time being tho A circular has been sent broadcast Foster from his recent European his children with him to break bread. thomas j. scorr, word compromise has fallen into tour. The dining-roowas beautiMadison county. gonernl disfavor, and those who through the State bv the of Rev. Mr. Zeiglcr, of Louisville, who is fully adorned with red roses and red lecturing through Kentucky on temperhave strong convictions on both sides Labor Bureau, 239 Main street, Frank- candles. The cut glass which glit- ance, preached at New Hope last SunFor Commonwealth's Attorney of the question are determined to fort, which reads as follows, and will be tered from the side board had be day. longed to Mrs. Foster's D. A. CKUTCHEK, y make it a square issue in the coming of inteiest to the workingmen of Woods & Gallowav shipped to Duncan, and tho gorgeous of Jessamine county. elections- - and fight the question to a : three car load of hogs which silver candelabra and coifeo urn had We, the undersigned, take pleasure in also served three generations of this thev paid the producers from $2 23 to finish. Mrs. S3 2o. Representative, The free silver Republicans fully certifyiug that Mr. "William F. Sayner is old and aristocratic family. Foster was the only daughter of tho Miss L. Wallace returned COMBS. W. realize that their party is sold, hound to be accredited for the insertion of the late Senator It. J. "White, of this home onTanrie Monday from Ohio where she and delivered to the syndicates, mo- fifth piank in the platform of the Ken- county, whoso handsome country had a very eiiLcessful and charming " County Judge, Ho formulated the placo, Castlewood, was tho scene of music class. nopolies and trusts, and that tho only tucky Democrat--- . - P. II. SULLIVAN. royal hospitalitv while- she was a There will bo a Demorest contest at way to reform it is to beat the life idea during the closing days of the State young lady Mrs. Foster wore a out of it. The organization which Legislature, and both by personal efforts beautiful costume of canary satin, High Point school house on Wednesday night the IGth young ladies of County Attorney, reand circulars agitated for the abolition of point lace and diamonds and was as- the cominnuity. for the they have effected at Chicago will J TEV1S C0I5U. sult in tho election of a practically convict labor in its present corrupt form sisted in receiving and entertaining Ihe ladies of the Baptist church will by solid free silver delegation to the against free labor He has since then "W. Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, Mrs. Jas. give a supper at the Howe property on Smith, Mrs. Mary Neale Thomp- Thursday evening for the benefit of the Sheriff, next congress from the extreme west- been assiduously working with that ob- son and Miss Florence Hood Tho II. II. COLYEU. ern States, and it will placo that or- ject in view, and scores of delegates can reception was one of the largest and Baptist Orphans Home. On last Saturday at Sunny Side Park, handsomest affairs of the commenceganization in a position to deliver testify to this fact. Paint Lick and Kirksville played ball ment season. first-clas- s Circuit Cicrk, Wc consider that organized labor and the electoral votes of those States to w ith score Tho June festivities closed with Lick. a They of 30 to 10 in favor of Paint S.H. THORPE. JR. its friends owe a debt of thanks for his a free silver candidate in 1900. will cross batb again at Silver sunset splendor. The last of the sea services, and especially, as we believe son was a matinee reception given Creek next Saturday. Mr. T. G. 1 ytox, of Richmond, Va , that the results will be legislation next on Friday afternoon by Mrs. Clarence Rev. J. A. Median left on Saturday Countv Clerk, where he will go from to gold standjnl Democrat says: a JOHN F. WHITE. ear, that will, at least, modify the evil H. Vanght in honor of her sister, for Territory or Iowa. The 'It seems to me now that thu.--e of is which Mr. Sayner, on behalf of free la Mrs. Frank Walton, of AHensvIIle, either Indianwishes of "his congregation Ky. From four to seven o'clock the prajers and who contributed to the success of the bor, is seeking to abolish. Jailer, streets were jniy with carriages roll lieie will follow him wherever lie goes. Republican ticket have been the LACKEY. JAMES Wm. Goeiiel, ing toward the West Mam residence DOYLESVILLE. of Dr. Vanght, Mrs. Vanght and of a confidence game. We beiiex ed C F. Broxsiox, Wheat,'-ryMrs. Walton were assisted in receivand oats are looking well CoDgress would be for the that Assessor, Tiios. II. Hays. ing by Miss Florence Hood and Mrs. in this section at present. T. 0. CURRY. puipose of reforming and s'lengthening W Shoes which cost us from $1 to Frankfort, Ky.. June 3. Steve White. The rooms were like An organ has been recently bought V these for our financial system; there was no idea FIFTY (50) CENTS. lovely June bowers in their floral for the Methodist church at this place. The fifth plank in the platform reads : that the tariff would be made the paraJuperinteudent Public 'Schools, ''The Democratic party has always decorations; tho hall and parlor all Mi Josie Walden, of Winchester, is mount subject of legislation, for that been, aud is still the friend and protec- pink and green, the dining room visiting her uncle, A. J. Walden, at this J. W. WAGEltS. profusely decorated in white lilies, pl.u e. n threadliarc issue has in it nothing to re tor of the laboring man, whether in the ferns and field daisies. Never did a Mr. Perry Fades, of Favette county. lieve the depression that has cursed the field, mine or work shop, and we recom- season uispiay sucn neauty and vaCoroner, recently visited his Mrs. Cassie country. M. G. BROWN. mend the passage of such laws that will riety of feminine costumes, and the Durham, rft this place. aunt, I effect of ' As 1 view it now, a very great summer toilettes, prevent any competition of products of the Mr. Nat Thompson, who has been sick d surroundings, the was made last November. It would convict labor against the products of free cluster of pretty Surveyor, children with hand-soni- c for 6ome time has recovered sullicieiitly f S F. ROCK. tiae been much better for the country and honest labor." little Charles Vaught for a to walk about his room. centrl star, the bright faces of enterto have elected Mr. Bran." Mr. Sayner's credentials show that he V2ULLEY VIEW. tainers and altoThe New York Sun says prosperity Mr. Peyton concludes that the tariff represents in the movement the follow- gether happy. entertained Chenault Miss Lila PERSONAL. H issue, wtih the depression in biiMiiess, ing organizations: Central Labor is returning and the revival has set n presided at the chocolate table, Farmers say that growing crops need n .Phone, Ao. 21. ca-Misses Bettie Taylor. EstII Poyntz. niiu. receipts aro in- will elect Mr. Bryan or some other free in because its of Louisville, Louisville Board of creasing. By that token the Cli- stiver Democrat in 1900. His only Trade, Chair Manufacture' Associa ion Florrie ( henault and Anry Smith .SIgsr-s- -s Mrs. C. B. Day, of rmeville, 13 visiting-- r s served ices, cakes and max could make the same argu- trouble is that he is making a complaint f Kentucky, International Agents' As- Miss Minna Crntcher dispensed her sister Mrs. I. M. Asher. ment, but the Clim. is an excep- about being deceived, w hers every man sociation. Mr. McMillen, of Richmoud, preached punch, and Miss Nannette Crnoke who thinks ought to have known better tion to all rules. A State agitation will now be carried souvenircd tho guests with gav little two fc'crinons Sunday to a large crowd. bunches of sweet peas It was, alto.Mr. A. D. Cdinpbell. of Irvine, spent than to vote for McKiuley. on pending the November election. gether, a royal closo to a royal season. Sunday with the family of Mr. Wui.Led-forThe sentiment in favor of tho resgold standard witnout tnc proine The circular continues ie tit toration of the law of 1S73, providing tective tariff would have continued the "Insist upon your candidate, whether CORRESPONDENCE. Wm.Gumof Cleveland, Fayette coun coinage of depression in business, and a high for the free and unlimited Democrat or Republican, for Representy, accompanied by his mother, visited both gold and silver at tho ratio of tariff will make it worse as soon tative or Senator, promising to support a Mrs. Susan MaUuire Sunday. Delayed. ft wfl 1C to 1 is rapidly gaining ground in as the effect of it is felt by the country. M7ATSTOX. Miss Mary Forbes, of Pueblo, Col., remeasure in the next Legislature to abolevery part of the country. The man Thousands of men who oted for Mc- ish the system of employing or leasing turned houfe last week after a stay of a Estill County. who denies this is not up with the news. Kiuley feel as Mr. Peyton does, that a convicts to make goods, w ith or without CapL John 11. Ainerine is in Rock- few days with her sister, Mrs. S. C great mistake was made, and they will machinery, to be sold in open competi- castle county spending a few days w itli Johns aud family, near here. should put at vote The Courier-JournAND YOVEN TOU CLIMAX HEADERS. to correct it, but very few of them tion with the products of free labor, and friends. Its mast-heathe notice: "If Tlie new firm at Kind's Station is Eld. The saw mill of Wharton & Roberts will come out and acknow ledge it as he vote accordingly. J. T. Turpi n & Co, They are doing a will shutdown this week on account of see anything in this paper about has done. having no logs on hands. "The State loses over a million dollars good business. Bryan and the Democratic party it Mrs. Lucy Witt is at the bedside of On account of illness Dr. Blanton, of a year in wages through this iniquitous is not true." Whether it publishes naIs this becoming a beer drinking Fj'slem, which hurts all classes of the iier sister, Annie Bybee, of Richmond, Richmond, who was to preach the this uotice to its readers or not the tion; is whisk' drinking on the wavo? ulio is dangerously sick. bermon at the presbytenan church fcJjrfl Democrats everywhere understand These are questions suggested by the community farmer, tradesman and Rev. On en J. Young's wife, of Lex- Sunday, failed to come. ington, isisitinc ber parents, Mr. and it just the same. Theie are only a few of "God's elect" at fact that the internal rexeuue receipts of manufacturer. -i":- Mrs. V. H. Azbill, of this place. this place who" believe that some dav TO TEAOESMEX, FARMERS, ETC the United States Government for the "When a man is prospering himself J. II. Tu'pin, of tins dis- heaven will be filled with sinners saved show an increase of fic.il "Uion the it is easy to make him believe al- last cent, yearthe income from theabout masses dependsspending power of the trict, lias been spoken of for tlie Demo- from hell a- a result of a divine decree. per tax on in j'our success. Reduced cratic candidate for County Judge. Moid people in town Sunday than has most any kind of story about the op- spirits, wheres the revenue raised by wages means reduced purchases; that Hiram Clhanev, ulio wnsslappcl over been since tne McKinley boomers met portunities of the future, but when oorn fi " the tax on malt and by John Will Riddell at H.ivs Lrk here hist November and rejoiced over the fStfo .!. his business is nut prosperous and he liquors increased no lw-- other 0fermented 1,200 men criminals) are eirning for the school election Ust&iturdav will elei tsou of Mckinley and proclaimed than per cent. penitentiary 35 cunts a day, displacing recover realizes that so far as he is concerned bet er timc-- i from now on. The many friends the struggle is growing harder con- Tne rates of taxation were not changed, 1,200 honest men, wh wojiM be earning IJentoa will be glad to of Mis. Martha We do not hold any part or parcel or .:::!! learn thar she is to that the increase in receipts corres- from $2 to S3 a day and putting their fast improving tinually he cannot be amused by rainafter an illness of several lay claims to anything, but can jutlj ponds with the expansion ot the liquors money into circulation, while the compe- months. ay the country belongs to McKinley. ::::: bow chasers and butterfly painters. & Uxed. tition of lite goods made by the 35 cents I s::::. Mrs. Gip Witt is recoveiirg from a llauua Co., as it bears their tiade mark. ir-,These figures seem to prove that the a day convicts with the products of free narrow escape from death by breaking 'hard timcsj1 of the war The noted expert Mr Elsie Cosby, of Montgomeiy, Ala., Col. Ainsworth, who consumption of spirits is not increasing labor reduces the wage earning power of a needle oft in her knee. Dr. Wilson is visiting his sister, Mrs. Kittie Kanat-za- r, thinks she is out of danger. :::::S S::::: is supposed to be the best authrity in the United States as fast as the popu- those already emplo'ed. Think it over and other relatives near here it being I'rof. on pension matters, estimates the lation. It is evident that the rate of and you will see w hat this means to you." ducting J. B. Johnson, of Waco, is con- his first visit to his former home for forty a nice singing class at Harris high water mark of the pension roll growth in theiaEt fiscal 3 ear was not schoolhouse. He is one of the best years, ahaving left Madison county when quite young man. music instructors in the count'. will be reached this year; that tho much more than half as much as the Was the presbyterian church dedicatrate of gain in the number of inhabitants. Judge A. J. Tharpe, Department Comdecrease will be gradual, and that Was a mander G. A. R., will leave this week ed Sunday? gathered feast spread for the the roll will bo extinguished in 1945. On the other hand the revenue w Miss Lucy Gregory is in Danville. for Buffalo, N Y., to ? DM Valley make arrangements people lurho Pre fictions don't count in pensions. from the tax on beer and similar liquors Miss Estill Walker is visiting rela- for the Kentucky delegation at National people whohospitalitv? Nit. The good came from a distance will President Garfield, when in the indicates that the use of such alcoholic tives in Gnrrard. Encampment in July. hereafter associate the name of Valley house nearly a quarter of a century beverages is faFl outrunning the increase We have two churches at Winston View with Mfcs Kate Walker Balaam rode into ago, stated that the pension list had of population. It is not probable that a visit to Lexington. is at home after and no preacher at either church. It is Jerusalem. thecteature a shame to the people to have good then reached the mark. the number of inhabitant of the United Thu people of the surrounding neigbor-hoo- d Miss Dora Russell is at home and houses ot worship and never use them. Since that prediction of Mr. Garfield States is growing at the rate of more almost restored in health. and especially church members of Good people, get together and employ the Christian Methodistand Baptist faith the pension list has been increased than 2 per cent, a year, and if that is so, ministers. Louis-isvill-o I. are ready at all times to help a goo J nearly It cost then about the consumption of beer showed an in- Mrs. for Shelby Irvine is in surgical treatment. cause and would have assisted the few SILVER CREEK. ?25,000,000 a year, since that time it crease last year about three times as Prof. R. E. Pepper and wife left Mr. Ben BiggstafT, of Mt. Sterling, is "elect" at this place in spreading a dinhas been as high as $145,000,000. The great, in proportion, as the growth of the Friday for Rural Retreat. Va. ner for the large crowd that gathered visiting M. F. Arbuckle. had they who believe in the miserable revolutionary war ended in 1782, yet country. Miss Stella Adams is Rice Miller. C TJ. '94, came figment a few pensions are still being paid This means that wo arc becoming upProf. Wednesday from Campbells-vill- Bessie Turley. of Richmond. visiting Miss shown a ot theofinexorable rule of fate on spirit christian kindness by on that account. Tho rebellion ended more lite tnc continental countries 01 Misses Estelle and Kathleen Povntz, assisting in feeding the people. in 1865. Its pension roll will Lost, Europe, as a nation, in the use ot stimu Think for a moment of a town numberMiss Mary Pattie is in Somerset. of Richraondfpent last week with 'Mrs. according to this precedent,till 1980. lants. and there ought to be much less She willbejoiued to day by Miss W. B. Jones. ing five hundrecLsouls being without a Mr. Charley Doty, of Richmond, spent church dedicated Co God and his service Higgins. a lew days last week with J. C. Adams coupled with the selfishness of a few Miss Davis, an attractive visitor of "elect" who claims the building when Miss Mary Little, has returned to and family. Mr. and Mrs. Login, of Richmond, members of different faith assisted in Danville. spent a few days last week with "Mrs. erecting and who will not support n minister of that "special" faith nor allow Dr. Thomas Bray, Detroit, Mich., Susie Buruam. any other denomination to have, preachwas here Wednesday andThursday Mr. Ben Couchtnan, of Favette ing here. As a consequence of such of last week. county, returned home yesterday, after a the church here is a dead TV Miss Florence Yocum, of St. Louis, week's stay with his brother, Robert and unless it bo dedicated ?s a thing, union . J. razee s at- Co nch ni a n K&7 01 Mrs. is another church so that each denomination tractive visitors. Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. can have a say in the matter of PAINT'ZLCK. who shall preach for this people on Mr. John DiJHngbnm, of Platte m Mr. in the month, Mo., his We Handle All The Grades, Ks4 City,Henryis the mest of and uncle, Sunday.A. E. Hail, of Louisville, was here specified daysdown grade. site w ill continue on tho Air Dillingham, other Jay Ell Ess. Sliss Liza Ruckeris visiting relatives m. Fine, Medium and Low Priced. relatives in the county. and friends here. Annie Rutledgewho was the Miss CARPETINGS, MATTINGS, $100 Ro ara $100. Several from this place will go tc guest of her cousin. Dr. G. W Evans LENOLELLIS, WALLPAPERS, Tlie rentiers of this paper will be duriiur Commencement, has returned to her home near Winchester, pleased to learu that there is at least DRAPERIES, FURNITURE, k Awarded e one dreaileJ 'iease tlmt bcience 1ms Miss Jennie Ford left yesterday Highest AND WOOD MANTELS. Honors World's Fair, been able to cuib in all it etagea, lor Elkin. Clark county, whore she and Large Assortments to Select From. will be tho guest of her slater, Mrs. that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is PROMPT DELIVERY, Qulsenbeny, during her vacation. the only i.cfaithe cure known to the. INSPECTION INVITED. '' ' Mr. Daniel M. Chenault "and "Miss, medii-a- l fraternity. Catatrh beinjr a .Elizabeth Reid will be married at constitutional disease,, requires n .nMt. Welling on Wednesday next, S Hall's- - Cittarrli jnuo i,, ami not June su. as, tiereto-forbtittillonnl treatnfent. SCREEN WINDOWS AND DOORS, announced. Cure inteniallyt aiting dirvelly ' MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS, Mr. and Mrs. George Willging and r upon Hie blood nndfinncoua surfaces of l --s WINDOW SHADES. " daughters, Mrs. Jos. Hanover and Ihe -- yBtcm, thereby destroying the Miss Katie Willging, returned to :; EXPERIENCED WORKMAN, the disease, aud giinjr the paDubuquo, Iowa, last week, after r CORRECT PRICES. n up the tient strength visit to Mr. Q. U. Willging. PICTURE AND PICTURE FRAMES und' aeeiMfiiK'battire-- i iiiiloing Miss Annette Uiddlo, of Irvine.' e """' ?r one of the prettiest brunettes who work. TlnVproprielors liavo,s 1 muclf A SPECIALTY. has vislttl Jessamine in a longtime, Ibat.lhey 6t with iu its was the,guet of Mrs. Will Hoover fer'One HuwlrediDollaK fw any case MA - . ;" last week.Jessawine Journal," 7 j rfc .j thatit-fai- l focaref feen'd for listf teslP 1 5East --HgrTSter; ngn jraer.aia aaajBeirr, iyxsgtaB, R.y. MQSTlPERFECTf:MADki roomaki lyexingson Aiiss uai.. wiurteea .Gnipc Cam of Tartar PbwkH "Fw Baker.wiU be mfwritil feoMr. I o Aorooni' Alum'br any other adtntttint. Harri Rland, imi-PiiM- m "-sat. J. Sw t? i KVi-ougfatr of Mr. aud Mrs. "KwoY v 40 YB4U TM StA)4iX; I i ii wm m tm aw 1 1II"IW1I iimh IP , " I . i v & 1LlLl j 3nsEKlw a 1 fcuat The Richmond Climax. Ths Climax Printing Uo.v. J..Q. AVabd, of Bourbon, aBuc ccssfui ami thoughtful farmer as well ap a fine lawyer, thinks that much of the labor saving machinery the rUBLI8IIKD IVEEY WEDNESDAY BY farmer uses makes him no real saving in Co. cost of producing his crop. He claims that the old method of cradling the grain cost the farmer no more than the machine proceaj of reaping, counting tho a HOODS, Associate Editor. cost of wear and tear of the machinery. The the opinion that the PRICE PlSlt YEAH, $1.50. troubleClimax is ofthe Vall street gamlies with $1.25 blers and Chicago Grain corncrers, not IN ADVANCE, to mention the gold standard which 1S97. these same fellows maintain. Pay the WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10, fanner what his products are worth and don't run up prices after he lias soli his FOR COOXCILMEN'. crops, as was done before the election "We authorized to announce Cai HIavpix a candidate for Councilman Inst fall. Carbuncles -- la New: PaiAmdrship, The firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dissolved, aud Mr. D. B. Shackelford will take his customers into partnership with him dividing the profits with them by selling goods cheaper than ever before. They will do business under the firm name of fF -- hand-som- Woman's Greatest Dislike rfii Is Spring Cleaning ainl why not make it a lit. i i aa-w- ell D. B, Shackelford & Co, 5 tie more pleasant her. 1L fSln inde-dependen- ce Hood's Sarsaparilla And'will be glad to have their friends call and see the best line ot Cultivators, Double Shovels and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, Water Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Binders, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fly Traps. Ply Fans and Screen Doors and Windows, Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and largest assorted line of Builders Hardware, Agricultural Implements and Stoves in the City. Call and see for yourselves. A SHE InEEDS A GREAT MA7Y jy ew Thin (TQ 5 iH To take the place of those worn out ami tho i' passed entirely out of style. Whn sh them, she needs them in the . lic Do B.Shaokelford, Successor to S. & G. bric-a-br- ac Anti-Convi- great-grandmoth- er Ken-luck- CLIMAX ADVANCE. And aught to have them anyway, and since she been so very economical ai d you during the recent e-w- N ...y. - !Freeman Brothers price. 1 tl m kU.Jtl Is the place to go when )rou want a pair of shoes at a reasonable And now you can get them at such very L )W P! providing you come to us from them, that fi no excuse for you not making her happ means home more pleasant for yourself. Hard Tlmt : k Our Stock is Complete And not an article but what has been bought mm first of the year and entirely too many of t . mention each one, so just remember plea-we have anything 3011 imvy want in the Yv line and if you do not believe it. come and -vourself. . ft ed a is i i 3CC UU11 e barqain cm unitf?.! $2.25, your choice of ; Is k Hi 1 ' Ef J8 I Fa the-prett- mis-fa- ke y ilower-decke- We also keep a full line of choice groceries which we sell as low as the lowest. Fl c TR Wili-IIit- ll V s, Freeipn Bros., First Street, fi, 11 -f Un-iu- Biggerstaff, Furniture and Undertakers. h bon-bon- s: ---- -a'- ;;; ?;;? ; d. 1 pro-twti- m 1V1 g8 Wi fag JElN O -- VV TP A. LJ i &&' Ui 7 IN - Lj ' al WAKI-EI- ) d ii JL !V T T Ja f W e -- -' detli-cata- ry g, , fel :::! - M M m tm ::i:i V s rti LL I sr !:::" itfH-BHH ::::: Lj HI HiB EM MVHMMK3&., ilH9M3tqp3? p5? BHHHBliuB VSKf i ""S2 'Ml "- t vL ' X J :" -:- ::; ' l rv j m WSBBBk il-B -I :::" :::: :: " Z k L Jj pr-- N oe... 1 fe S? XZrJ PERSONAL. S The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the people of Madison county. View-sho- high-wat- er Look at these Prices? Glen's Suits for six-fol- d. Men's Suits for .$2.50'....;.. . -- 3.00 o. I Brower,$Goif SFrazee, repre-seut- el .Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoes 80 cents. Ladies' Shoes 80 cents. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes, from 3 to 5 cents. y 1 .Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. . , ' Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. ladies' Sailors from 5 cent to 81. iBrussels Carpets from 50 cents to 1 a yard Straw Mattings from 12- - cqnts to 20 cents "per yard,. : - ..worth SS. 00 ..worth 0.00 V -- - lt- :- -. . j? - I m We Make to Order o ' mm r I DR' BARGAINS NOW! BARGAINS FOREVER! tt CREAM fann-datiotf- of VfJ-i- fl BAKING coristi-tulio- -- GROWER.j SnO!fT FIUZFR. ill hh -- Toyar18s J?tebi !pw ,,Te"rJdeicn ., P0WWB &. curative-powers- ', iWlQfe STORE. tfy& y B r . PpiTojntvKlein ipiiii m m - & SbnpidStand.' Rielimond:, Ky. i jm. i i r1 k7i tpB- -l " yssr, LiS-- imm J'j nm j g Jn i7VM-UrM- n ifaTVi-a- 1 - jl.s T ii7yi, o" "XT B ai - tt " ypy-- t L' iL J 5. - &&&& iMfiWfi-ML- m igfffiff-fmimiffi- - "'W jS5iffL:. i SriSHS 8iiMfliiiig wf taEf ' irZ'' """ f r I Ztjp o v-s -- k, - : ' 4- -' ' srv City Democratic Commitlea's Call for Primary V it X ly'- - TH c-r- V . ' jMK The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY, Tfc D K. E, Bano: i The S.( A. E. Ball. T- JUXE 1G, - - 1S97. Mm, - Delta Kappa Ep- - ellon. Fraternity gave a 'A Madison will bold her fair on '27th, tour days. " July -- The Democrat says that Jessamine county has one farmer who with a at H. Marj;olen8 grocery, nest door to boy cultivates 80 acres of wheat, 25 Richmond National Bank. acres of oats, 2G acres of hemp, 8 We guarantee every can of Rain- acres of corn, 50 hills or water melbow Heady Mixed Paint to give ons, 100 hills of musk melons, 4 acres satisfaction. Clark & Doucslas. ui sorgiium. will nave to emElsewhere in the Climax will be ploy help ouly at harvest; milks two found the announcement of Mr. Cal cows that givo milk to make 12 Maupin for councilman in City Hull pounds of butter a week. Who can precinct. If elected Mr. Maupin beat it? n ul make a most efficient officer. The Judge Was Hard up For a Toddy. Just as the curtain felfat the Judge C. A. Haidin drank a half pint liw of lat week's business R. L. of gasolino Monday through mistake tor i Sentry brought in an order for three mineral water. Mrs. H. hurriedly calmad wagons. John Doxelsox. led up Fred Curry over the 'phone, and. junelG tf junelG tf Mason fruit jars, quarts 45 rents per dozen, lia'f gallon GO cents per dozen customers. On Monday night last, the Junior Oratorical Contest look place and the seven speakers were greeted with a large audience which showed its appreciation by the abundance of flowers and the bati&faction. Clark & Douglas. prolonged applauses. This was one of .Messrs. E. X. Todd snd C. A. the closest contests that over took place Fish, of Paint Lick, were graduated in Central University. Mr. Robert Gordon, of Louisville, won, and Mr. T. II. at Georgetown lost week. Tickels, of this place was second. - That S. P. Paris Green at Clark Something Unusual. Douglas1 is instant death to a A ..tato bug or tobacco worm. Mr. C. R. Henry, brakeman on the Lancaster and Richmond Kid" R. X. I. & R. freight train, a resident w ill play on C. U. Cainpuh Saturday of Richmond and 2S years of age, says u am lie never passed through a toll gate . o clock. Admission 10c in his life, and is yet to ride his first Gel a Library Airs. Superintendent Million received horse. Is it possible- - to find another Nicholasvillc Will $30,000 From Fund of Not Less Than 1 nilay the remaining 20 per cent, due Mrs. man of his age, well and hearty, in Withers' Estate. the county teachers on lust year's salary. this land of horses and toll roads who By the will of the lato Mrs. A big trade at Donelson's last has never been on a horse or passed Sarah Withers, this city, the residue woek with Gentry looking up the through a toll gate ? of her possessions, after fulfillp. All leading' candidates for city oflicesnre announced in tin) Climax. The C. L. Searcy tiling factory at Ciiarlesburgv, near Waco, has started " 1 We guarantee every can of Rainbow Ready Mixed Paint to give swell daucejn their hall last Wedneseay night, winding up the commencement festivities. HE Ky. Kappa Chap ter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity of Central University gave a magnificent ball at tho 1 Gordon First, Pickels Second. Collins Buildingon Tuesday, June 8. It was the largest social event of commencement and was justly complimented as the most enjoyable. To Mr.Lacey L. Bright is due the credit.for its ultimate success, as he spared no means nor time to place itupon a lofty plane, the music, invitations, programs, cards, decorations, management and all being under his supervision. Tho S. A. E's invited air of thecommonce-men- t visitors and homo folks and were rewarded by a lirgo assemblage of guests wbo danced until sun-uIt was a grand occasion, worthy of the fraternity, and reflected credit upon each of its mombors, as well as tho fraternity at large. Is There Not One In Madison io btal It? ie Mr. C. T. Wells is a candidate for reelection as councilman fiom the City Hall precinct. His record will he fonud worthy of endorsement by the voters and he will make a good official, if reelected. in agitated voice, enqired if there was danger in the dose. Fred replied, "Xo danger; just keep him away from fire and matches." The Judge is improving, we are glad to state, but we know not whether the accidental draught of inflammable fluid had anything to do with the change for the better Harrodsburg Sayings. Dr. Perry As IKcKinley; Dan the ment of the specified bequests, was given to the city of Nicholas-villKy., her native place, for tho purpose of founding a libararv. It was Ixdioved that the sum thus bequeathed would not exceed 3,000. As the task of settling up the estate ncars its conclusion it is learned that tho residue for the Kicholasville libararyAvill not be less than 3U,000, auu prouaoiy win oe nearly ?40,(XX). It is bnid to have been Mrs. Withers' intention to so alter her will that the sum for this library should not exceed $3,000, but she was prostrated 13T her fatal illness and was unable to mako tho change. Mrs. Withers was tho founder of of Withers library in Jiioomington, and also donated a Dudley Trhible, Ch'm. pieco of land in the heart of the city Robt. Baxter, Sec'y- to be forever used as a Have you seen that handsome for children andjon which the sign: buggy with rubber tires that R. L. "Keep off the grass" phould never Gentry sold Lyman Parrish to uso in be placed. Bloomington,. III., Dis- his livery business? patch to the Chicago Chronicle. junelG tf John Do.nklsox. A Sich "Woman to-b- o e, bo-fo- the Democratic' Cnnimittee of Richmond, Ky., held on the 8fst day of May, 1887, on motion, tho following resolutions were adopted, ' lht. It is ordered thnt aDemocrr.t-i- c primary olection be hold at the various voting precincts in Richmond, Ky.j'on tho loth day of July, 1897, to select Democratic (coudhiutes for Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney, City Council, a justico of the peace and constable, and the polls shall be opened from 7. a.m.. to 4. r.m.in Richmond,Ky.,on thcaforesald day, for the aforesaid purpose. 2nd. That for the purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting said primary olection, the candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or before the 1st day of July, 1897v pay to the chairman of this committee the following sums: Each candidate for Mavnr. ("!it.v .Inilp-o- fliK-Attorney and Constable, $10.00; each candidate for Councilman and Magistrate, $2.00. 3rd. That said primary election shall bo conducted by ofliccrs to be hereafter named by this committee. 4th. That the Chairman and Secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election. 5th. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters whoconsider thoni selves Demociats, and who will sup port the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now under the age of twenty-on- e years, who will attain their majority on or the day qf the next general election, in November, 1897, and who dc dare their purpose- and intention to afliliate with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to voto ,iii said primary election. Cth. That the Chairman of this committee give public notice of this election by posting a copy of this order at each of the three voting places in Richmond, Ky., and shall publish a copy of this order in every issue of the Richmond Climax andKentuokv Register from date of adoption to time of said primary election. of . re - At 'a iineetlng of the bowels, do not irritate or Inflame, but leave all the delicate dinetire or- KHi)l-In condition. Try tfcem. 3 Prepared only by C. L Ilood 4 Co.. Lowell, Restore full, reinilnr n.tlnn rrft ood's Pill ml iilii THE GREAT MID-SPRING - !! a y J 1 t i M cent. 3Ias. 7 CLEARANCE iU SAL Wood Tinsley took charge of the Hartford Postofllc Miss Hennie Guenther has been selected as assistant. Nearly all women have good hair, though many are gray, and few are bald. HalPa Hair Renower restores the natural color, antL thickens the growth of the ill I AT THE hair. it The dedication of Mulberry Curch, in Shelby county, has been posponed inbeflnitoly. TEE H0DER2T BSAUTY Thrives on good food and sunshine, with plenty of rxrr-cis- e in the open air. Her from glows with health and her face bloom nub its beauty. If her system n e e'eansing action of a laxative iv in- dy, she uses the gentle and pleasant - tup of Figs. Made by the California Fig Syrun Compan'. juue-2-ls 4 Busy down-to Bee US torei 1 m .1 Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and the smallest notion "ve carry, that 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 bej'ond recognition. Never in the history of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the oppors tunity offered them to huj- - real st3lish, seasonable goods at prices that are being named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "Guiinpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at G$c. former price 10c per about 500 3ds. 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 3'd., 300 in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemaiy Organdj- Dress Goods former price 15c per 3d. will be closed at 7c, about COO 3'ds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a 3d., these goods are worth 18c. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as prett3 as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12ic a yd., these goods were sold at 10c a yd. first-clas., s. - jjPI ; b- - Theodore Power, of Fernlcaf, has sold and delivered his crop of tobacco a 1 at 8 cellos. a merchaut of T.im-aicwrites, August 10th, 1SD1 : 'Foley's Kidney Cure is meeting with, wonderful success. It has cnied some cases hero that physicians pronounced incurable. I myself am able to testify to its merits. My face to day is a living pict tire of health, Foley's Kidney Cure has made it such. I bad suffered twenty-seve- n vears with the disease, and y I feel ten years younger than I did one year ago I can obtain some wonderful certificates of its medical qualities." Mr. o, (. A. Stillson, 111., ; v to-da- june-2-l- ni play-grou- nd A1ARRIED. Two well known citizens of the White Hall neighborhood, Dr. Perrv and Mr. D. S. Harber, shaved off their mustaches and beard and their friends are commenting upon their Letcher Owsley wonderful resemblance to the Re- of Louisville, v as Miss Chastine MacQregor, to have been maid of honor, publican President and his distin- but illness of a relative prevented her coming, Still ahead of them all. They guished opponent, Hon. W. J. Bryan. and Miss Mary Robertson, of Elizabethtown , can't touch our low prices on K.,w:i3 J. groceries Some may attempt Dr. Perry, although as ardent a Bryan man, and selected was Y. Robinsonbywas best given away tne bride her unit but invaribly fall by the way side. man as "Mr. Harber, is a striking cle, UenJ. Letcher, of New York Citv. The costume was an accordion plti'djaris bridt.'s Dull days are a thing of the past at picture of McKinley, while Mr. Har- mualin, and is lovely. The ceremony was perber is so like the silver champion D Chonault & Co. iur store. at eight after which the happy that he will not grow his beard until formed repaired o'clock,hospitable residence of couple to the apr28-t- f Kinnaird, on Lexington avenue, that gentleman takes his seat in the Dr. J. aB.reception where and elegant supper were The 4th of July will be celebrated White House. served. In addition to the relatives of the on the 3rd. At Barnes Mill bridge, on bride and groom, a great number of fnends John R. Gibson For Councilman. and acquaintances were invited, and the reM'ver Creek, six miles from town there The announcement that Mr. John ception was one long to be remembered bv those attending. will be a tremendous celebration and V. The groom is the only son banket dinner. Bring your basket and R. Gibson will make the race for one of Garrard's leading of Mr. J HeCook, farmers. is a young man of great industry, steady habits Councilman from the University help. and gives the strictest attention to business Ward will be received with- favor by He is a director in the National Bank of LanCome, get our prices on all kinds the residents of and bids that section and all caster,substantialfair to become one of Garrard'sn most citizens. The bride is of groceries, queen swarf, and in society, not only in Kentucky, but in portions of the city. His succompare them with the prices of other other many other states in which she has visited goods and you will cessful management of largo private fehe is the only daughter of Mrs EUen L. and stores on first-clafind us to be at least 13 to 25 p"er cent. interests in and out of this state ar- the late Judge M. H. Owsley. She comes from of the most noted and popular families cheaper than anv grocery house in J gue well for his capacity to discharge two Commonwealth the Letcheisand the On of the Richmond. D. Chenault & Co. Her beauty has the duties of a councilman. His so- nhcrever she has been, attracted attention and many are the apr2S-t- f handsome compliments given her by the press briety and integrity are ornaments &he is posses&ed of all the virtues of head and Wo regret the President could Excursion to heart that grace a noble Oman, and Mr. Cook Confederate Veterans' not award the Swiss mission to our which adorn every possessor, and is, indeed, to be congratulated on winning her liashville render Mr. Gibson a strong man for as his wife. followcitizen, Mr. R. J. Clay. Here's After the reception at Dr. Kinnaird's, the The Southern Ry. will sell excursion couple went to the home of the hoping and believing he will bo ten- the place to which he has, so far, no groom's father, where they will reside. Many tickets from Lexington, Georgetown opposition. dered another mission as important handsome and costly presents were received by and principal stations in Kentucky each, sent by friends and admirers from both Taxes Lowered and Raised. as that which he so much preferred. home and distance. Lancaster Record to Nashville and return at very low rates, The recent reductions in city salaI am a candidate for City attorney the rate from Lexington being $5.40, from BIRTHS-ARNOL- D of Richmond Ky. subject to the action of ries decreased the city levy from 75 Georgetown $5.25, from Burgin S5 50 G3 cents, but, according to Councilthe Democratic Party. If nominated and to and correspondingly low rates from TO Mr. and Mrs. Robt. L eWted it will be my constant endeavor man Turpin, this will be ollset by an Arnold, nee Miss Cochran, of Paint other stations. Tickets be sold June to represent the best interests of the city. increase in the school assessment Lick, a boy. Tickets limited for return, ten days foom So to 47 cents, demanded by the Respectfully, from date of sale. Tickets may be extenschool board. Green Clay. ded ten days additional by depositing Dr. White, a member of the board, same with the Joint Agent at Nashville. Lancatter, by putting grown men on thinks it just to say that this increase Gkntky. At the residence of his their team to play the Richmond "Kid" is necessitated just at this time by the father, on Otter Creek, Saturday, Bemember these low rales are open to nine, defeated the latter by a wore of 44 interest on outstanding bonds, the Louis Gentry, of fever, aged about :2l everybody and tte Southern Rv, with years. Interment in family three daily trains and superior accomoto 22. The teams will play heie on payment of aSl,000bond,and for in- burying ground Sunday. the Deceased when we guarantee that our coun- surance. The latter is a considerable was a son of Martin Gentry, and hnd dations, is prepared to take care of inty officers and candidates will not be al- item, as it covers the next three years. returned from Missouri "only two tending visitors satisfactorily. For full weeks ago, at which placo he was information apply to nearest ticket agent low ed to participate. Kill The Cock Roaches. takon sick. Southern Railway. You will find a, full line of drugs S. T. Swiet, City Ticket Agent LexingPoous. AVm. R. Eoggs, aged 75 years, Xichalasvillc, says the Democrat, is a and druggist sundries, paints, oils, cockroach town. Every btore on main lied Sunday niht, and was buried in ton. etc.. perfumes and toilet articles, Roggs burying ground yesterday. stationery and school supplies at street isinfcMed with these bugs. Several the leaves an estate of 50,000; he has "W. G. Morgan, Depot Ticket Agent, He corner Main and First Sts. Lexinirton. merchants have had to remove togetout two living, Joseph, Clakk & DoroLAS. of the reach of these pests. We have and brothers of Armstrong, this county,a Wm. II. Tayloe, A. G. P. A. LouisMo. ; also Jas. II., Tribble & McGee, district agents tried poison and insect powders, but to sister and several nephews. Deceased ville, Ky. 2t u as never married, was for tiie Massachusetts Benefit Life no purpose until two weeks ago a receipt Christian church, and aa member ot the After being exposed to the cold or wet Republican. Association, have recently paid to was given us that does the work for the Schooling. Jas. S. Schooling died take a dose or two of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Rose White $250, full payment of cock roach familv. Take powdcre bo- Mondny morning at his residence south Honey and fortify yourself agninst cold. claim on the lile of her niece, Susan rax and scatter it all over your shelves nf town. Mr. Schooling was ltoni in This is one of the most efficacious remeRichardson. She had paid i)2 cents anil then btf patient. It docj the rest. Muiiihou county, Ky., March 21th. 1SG2. dies known to science lor coughs, colds premium. The company lias about This insect was first discocred infesting Ho moved here when a boy and has and incipient consumption. It lived hii honorable life in Bonne county 500 policy holders in this county. shin? all these years. Mir. Schooling Mas a The sixth annuel session of tho Presbyterian by faith. He leaves a wife v Undoubtedly the cheapest Gold Standard Sale. Shelby County Raptist Convention and seven children to mourn his departhouse in Central Kentucky is I) Chenault & Co.. on 2d St., RichTne Louisville Critic gives the follow- ure. They have the sympathy of the was held at Deech Grove Chvrch mond. Ky. They handle only stand- ing account of a "gold standard" sale: community in the loss of husband and yesterday. ard goods and soil them for less than "R. S. Veech, of Farmers & Drovers Rank, father. Sturgeon, Mr., letter in Columbia Herald". The confidence of the people in Hood's so called cheap iiou-c- s charge for was one of the foremost protestors of the D. Chenault & Co. Sarsaparilla is due to its unequalled rectrashy stulL national honor last fall, and lie also helaprSS-t- f 1AN0LA. ord of wonderful cures. It ped to push along that promised wave of Uncle Davcy Tucker, aged 80, is very R. L Gentry has his shoulder to About all the tobacco has been sot sick. the wheel at Donelson's Carriage prosperity, which has been in Graves county. The crop will bo Mrs. Jesse Revis is very low with Works and you can bet that the somewhere between the devil and the short on account of a scarcity of, junelG tf wheels are turning. deep blue sea. So enamored has Mr. dropsy, on Locust Branch. Mrs. Nelly Henderson, of Red Lick, plants. Veech become of his financial views that Wagers fc Cohen have made the aged 84, is suffering from the effects of a Courier-Journfall from which she cannot recover. She following shipments: To Cincinnati iie advertised in the Some people are constantly troubled call 'gold standis the mother of T. J. Henderson, of with pimples and boils, especially ubout an extra nice load of fat heifers, fed what he was pleased to trotters. The sale Speedwell. by W. O. Chonault and Sid Noland, ard' sale of was helil on Thursday, and Mr. Yeech Eldc D. G. Combs closed a series,of the face and neck. The best remedy js a of this county. A load of fat hogs, meetings here and at Thomas school thorough course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, fed by Win. Langford, of this county, succeeded in selling about fifteen head house, Friday night, with 2(J additions which expels all humors through the average $103, at an average of $2.G2. They cost at an to pay for price of sound hardly by baptism and about 30 otherw ise. The proper channels, and so makes the skin streetenough a good, meeting lasted two weeks. A new house become $3.50. A load of hogs, bought of vasoft, healthy, and fair. It worship is being Ulked up. to $2.90 per hun- car mule. As Mr. Veech received 'gold of rious parties, at 2j dred. A double decker of fat cheep standard' prices at his 'gold standard' eale 1VALLACET02T. theic is no kick coming to him." which they bought at 2 and 2jc. Mrs. C. C. McWhorter is very sick Frank Clay's Victory. with malarial fever. If you want to be astonished call as McKenna W II It is with genuine pleasure wo note Miss Lilly Raker, of Missouri, is visit- Anshocm Nannie we did on S. - MidkifTand examine his Oldham Qimaul Baker Emma (2 of barouches, phaetons, buggies and the achievement of Mr. Frank W. H. ing Mrs. Jas. Wallace. line Rutherford Lnla Clark Mollie The prospects for corn crop is very Embry E P Mrs wagous and get his prices for same. Clay, a graduate of the Columbian road Slelner J II Simmons Bessie poor in thiq part of the county. Griffill James The jtoorest can afford to ride in a vehicle University School of Law, WashingTerrill Mennie Gilbert Q B Miss Emma Soper and nieces, Misses tf at his prices. Tribble Norsts l'annie ton. D. C. He won the first prize in Cora and Lela Word, of Lancaster, are JonesLizzie Mrs Wellington Fred KinK We have opened the Boston Great the annual debate of ihclaw depart- visiting frieuds hero. Williams D C McDaridJF McJoyntTD Bargain Store vwth a full line of ladies T. S. and G. A. Ballard sold. a and gents furnishing goods, fashionable ment. JR. WILLIS, Postmaster. The debate was the final one of the of hogs to Galloway & Woods, price 3c. clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musiW. E. Higgiubotham sold a nice bunch to cal instruments, etc Plverything at the series of six held by the society dur- same parties. If you're in doubt whether your lowest prices. Will also "make special ing the winter, and the result meant trouble is Indigestion or Dyspepsia, just prices for the next GO days, every day take a few doses of Simmons Liver RegJUNGS STATION. in debate, from 10 a. m until 2 p. in., Saturday's more than the JERtiU County ulator it will settle the whole question. from 10 a. m. until 9 p. in. Call on we for from among the debaters were Corn js selling at $2,75 per barrel "IhaYe tried Simmons Liver Regulator and look at goods. Reapt. Yours, chosen the first and second honor at that price. A. DOBROWSKY, Prop., find it just the thing for Dyspepsia-anmen of the debating society. 21 First St., Kichmondj Ky. arcthickeraround School The query. "Resolved, That the than flies teachers dead of Summer. here to relieve me. A small dose after meals n in the is sure to prevent Indigestion." S. S. rules of the United States Senate Mrs. Mary Davidson, of West Irvine, John Donelson keeps all grades ought to be so amended that general made a visit to friends in our town last Perkins, Sharon, Ga. "It is the best of buggies, road wagons, phaetons, debate may be limited," was sup- thursday. medicine to aid digestion." J. J. Black, surreys, etc. junelG zl Duncan, Arizona. ported by Messrs. Oliver Wise, of it JndgeTharpaud son Rose, of Winston, Ohio, Willis Eugeno Sullivan, of made a flying trip to our town one day The Richmond Fair a Go. "FofUiree years we have never been July 27th is the time set for the Rich- Idaho, Frederic P. Warfield, of Now last week. without CIiainbealain'8 Colic, Cholera Aunt Loncinda Lyttlc, of Drip Rock, mond Fair. D. R. Tevis and H.McEl-wain- e York, and opposed by Messrs. John and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house," Thilman Kendrick, of "Tennessee, Jackson couuty, spent several weeks says A. II. Patter, with E. C. Atkins & chief promoters. are Aldridge, on with her M. Francis W. H. Clay, of Kentucky, High Street, returning home last Satur- Co., Indianapolis, Ind., "and my wife A Mite cl a Baby. and John Charles Dabney.of Virginia. day. would as soon think of being .without The smallest baby on earth, conThe judges, Justices Staunton J. Tho many friends of Bill Frazicr will flour as a bottle of this Remedy in the sidering its age, is a son of Mr. and J?eellee and Seth Shepard and Hon. be sorry to learn that ho has gone to season. We have tisedit "with all 3Irs. Joseph Gorman, of Jessamine R. D. De Graffenried, after a lengthy Ford, Clarkcounty, where he will work Summer thebalanre of the summer. We wish three of our children and it lias never County. The child was born a year consultation, decided the debate In hirn success failed to er; not simply "slop pain, but ago, and at the present time weighs favor of the negative. In making J 11. Turpiu went tolled House. Mad- cure absolutely. II is all right, and anypounds. the announcement, Judge Peelle ison countv. for a load of corn one day only one and who tries it will find, it so." He enjoys being carried around In a stated . that Judge, Shepdard and last week to finish his hogs for market one by W. G. "White Iticlimond, Ky. For ot next montn lie has. sold sale little luncli basket and, although the himself favored tho negative, while the hrst jiiric-2-It. 11 for 3.25 per hundred. basket is butrour inches long, itcould Mr. Do Graffenried favored the at 'Uncle Elirman Cnanev is quite-loFOR SALS:. accommodate another ba"bv of its by John W. (his writing, he; The prizes for tho winners "were Riddle on Juno 3 at a" school election size. The baby is not backward in any respect sa.ve as Jo its size.. It handsome sets of law booksj.F. W. 'and suffers a broken jaw and rib. and ona Gaar Scott Traction Tsngiiie.Huber. broken. We- - think 'Separator RoovesStackeFStar' Tank; of his fingers can pronounce several words, and 1L. Clay, first, J. T-- Hendrlckscc-oncan walk alone. .T Ihafevervdaw abiding cittaen sbonldaid alt in fimr.r- allien rWitiinitlrv. fl n. ihIII . & is the unniest. so In luttiMK k stop-tMcrCIiiv Rko rocmved'tlM'JarrM l 'our.sehool election. Kiddie was mealed' cules looking littlejantewhea walk ii n. & Uf MMr oVtxv.J - tr-t-? ing that. evrwae "sees. rjj:kJ rdawd dfj.boid, itbuijtt&8$ jf " "i ?t 'i . J l fy-- :, &J& 5 trw-,. i " i . , ML',... .je . .' , Ji - I . . u..i,b-&L- z. u r: cl hm ram iirst-cla- -s a Pe-ru-- na To all whom it may concern: This is to inform my friends and customers that I am now with John Donclson and will sell thein a buggy r anything: in that line as cheap as tic same class of goods can be bought from anvbody. R. L. Gextky. junelG tf Hzther as Bryan. y anTho third marriage nounced in the last issue of The Record was that of Mr. W. K. Coot and Miss Ellen Granger Owsley, which took place in the Lancaster Christian church Thursday evening. The church was magnificently decorated lor the occasion, the walls and pulpit being covered with sinilai and tropical plants. Miss Lulu Batson presided at the organ and th; ceremony wis by Kldcr George Gowen The ushers were Messrs. Joe and Fleece Robinson, W. O. and Cook-Owsle- Should Consult the Best Physician Possible. - etc widely-know- ss If all the sick mothers, invalid daughters and diseased sisters in this broad laud would write to Dr. Hartman when failing to find relief elsewhere, no pen could describe the benefit that would follow. There are so many women especially married women, who drag themselves wearily around from year to year without any particular desease, and yet miserable beyond description. They ache and tremble and throb, growing more nervous, tired and debilitated every day. For this class of sufferers is the most perfect remedy in existence It relieves, it soothes, isquiets, it strengthens, and no tired, overworked woman in the land should bo without in the house for a single day. Those wishing a complete description of female diseases, their causes and cures, should seud their address to The Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus Ohio, for a free copy of "Ficts and Faces," a book showing what Dr. Ilart-mafree treatment has done for a multitude of invalid woman. Pe-ru-n's 22-24t- h. The Masonic lodge building at Ceralvo, Ohio county, burned last Saturday night. Byron used a great deal ot but was very particular to have only the best to be found in the. market. If Ayer's Hair Vigor had been obtainable then, doubtless he would have tested it hair-dressin- g, s!s v i merits, as so many distinguished fashionable people are doing now-a-days. and Tho opening hop Springs will bo given Tuesday-nigh- It at Tatham's t, - June 15. 7ES1T YOU TAHE Y0T7P. VACATION moat necessary article to have with the you (after your pocket book) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowels caused by a change of water. Yon are likely to need it. june-2-lm The prospect of a good wheat crop in Logan county was never better. "Wise Ken Snow-I- t is folly to build upon a poor foundation, either in architecture or in health. A foundation of sand is insecure, and to deaden syptoms by narcotics or nerve compounds is exually dangerous and deceptive. The true way to build up health is to make your blood pure, ricii and nourishing by taking Hood's Sarsapar ilia. All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. We are .selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fauc3 Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and eveiy-thin- g in the domestic department at veiy Low Cut Prices. Biry what need of these while the3' are cheap. the3' will soon be worth more mone3 We have quite a lot of remenants of Brussels and All-wcIngrain Carpets that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. Th'33- - run from two to nineteen in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once before the3r 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 a. nice Carpet cheap. We have some veiy prett stj-le-s left to close. is the time to y Everything 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 3rourselves. Bab3 Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well m.tde, to be closed' at $2.95, worth $0.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no luxhty-- , prett3' patterns, $1.15, former price $1.98. Men's Jeans Pants, B03-- Jean Pants. Overalls, almost given awaj, prices so cheap. goods in eveiy department and You all know that we cany nothing but first-clas- s also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we s:i3'. When we tell vou that Ave have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAX WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wis.' be some .sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will save and at the same time vou will buv :. great mauv useful things at unheard of LOW mone3' ol ds rf v . . -f- k clT-V - j)s s&r . -- N !, '' I V53 All-wo- ol V I i r M W -- PRICES. Respectfully, S3 H i newly-wedde- d Bur-gi- n Hood's Pill3 act easily ar.d promptly on the liver aim bowels. Cure sick headache. It Charles F. Klein, of Winchester, may, start a laundry in Maysville. K0F.E Curative power is contained in Rood's Sarsaparilla than 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 itcombines more remedial qualities than any other medicine. Consequently it has a record of more cures and its sale are more than those of any oth' er preparation. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine to buy because it isau honest medicine and thousands of prove that it docs actually and permanently cure disease, june-2-lm 0 Jlllk Sm MSML 0J4W $$L (dSiSN A Af4' Xif. AA ,"p .sw a. !$? ! sr "v i M: 21-- 23. DEATHS. Sat-tird- Fifty Dollars a week easily n ade. Agents wanted iu every locality for Hon. W .1. Bryan's great and only book, 'The Jt'sx try a 10c. box of Cancarets, tl.e regulator ever Firt Battle." The bestseller every profinest liver and licwel duced. Agents are taking 03 many as niayl-l- y made. 200 orders per week. Beware of fiaml-uleDanville will got a coveted military imitations. Send foroutfit and becompany. gin work at once. AV. 15. Conkey ComDon't Tobacco Spit and Smoks Your Lifa Acay. pany, Publiohers 311 Dearborn Street, If ion naut to quit tobacco usinr easily Chicago. niay-1- 2 --in ' an J forever, bo made well, stniup.iniiBUflic, full of reiv life and vigor, talco The special cominencenie.ntapppar-jmc- e Unit makes weak wen iho uomlcr-ivorlseof the Centre Collego ilinstrola Alanv gain ten pounds in ten ilays. ron. of your was a success. Over JOO.OOO cured. Buy tlruzgist, under guarantee to cure, ofti or Wiie.n bilious or costive, eat a Casarct, $1.00. Booklet and sample mallei fret. Ad. titcrllng Kcmcdy Uo.,Clwici or New York. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. mayo Ij r "The Jackson Rubberb" is the odd A Camp of Sons of Veterans will name of a new basebdl team at ProviHenry A Mend a Kentucky pioneer, dence. bo orgnissed in Owensboro. died in (Jreenup county Lewis A. Stokcly wad held at Georgetown for bisaniy. c, r, ll W ut 1 gro-c"r- side-tracke- d al high-cla- ss Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the Burton House, Burton, W. Va., and one of the most widely knuwn mc-in the state was cured of rlieiimaim after three years of Buffering. lie says: "I have not sufficient command of language to convey any idea of what I suflered, my physi-ciau- s told me that nothing could be done tor me and my friends w ere fullly convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of my suffering. J:i June, 1S91, Mr. Evans then salesman for the Wheeling Drug Co., recommended Cliainbeilaiii's Pain Balm. At this time may foot and limb were swollen to more than dauble their normal size and it seemed to me my leg would burst, but soon alter I began using the Pain Balm the swelling began to decrease, the pain to leave and now I consider that I am entirely cured. For stde by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. june-2-l-m DOYOTJTSAVBIi? If so, never start on a journey without a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure, a (sure pieventive of bowel complaints occasioned by change of water or dim ite. 2uC june-2-li- ' Garnett H (rose. RicHmond, Kentucky. well-know- Business is carried upon Stricth Cash liisis to all aIiko-:eicsale. If any this fair and square guarantee goes with have it home bring it bade purchase fails to please after and 3'our mone3 Avill be refunded without question or argument. t CA-eiy Popular S -- it ..I n ! w-r &' P JL 'OS i 7 vr EQ1TE3T QUALITIES, u Panvillt's commeccement al hop was a n I have taken charge of the Hotel. It is nc.v open to the public. Eve rrlotlj Eayn So. Cascarct3 Candv Cathartic, the most wonCLEAN ROOMS AND BEDS, derful medical disco orv of Uic age. peasant and refrpslnns to the taste, acl gently GOOD "GRUD," and positively on kiilnevs. liver and iowels, cleansing tlie entire j.vst- - m. dispel eolds. re Rooms, cuio headache, fever, hahitunt constipation Furnished or Unfurnishedthe house coolthe fresh-in- jr time, all throush and biliousness. Please bur and trva box the breezes pass water in the city, come and get best cistern orO.CC to cure 10, M:m tents, b'oldand a cool refreshing drink. by utl druggists. guaranteed Eucresd. LARGE ASSORTMENTS and LOWEST PRICES Are looked after b3 the old reliable, who now deals in Wearing Apparel for males 011I3'. mi Ii'! IK l M Ccl. John O. Hodges, the well-know- n editor and proprietor Observer, is critically ill. of EverAthing1 is in good order the and I promise to keep it so. Open day and night, office open to gentlemen, they are welcome to come in, sit down or stand if they desire; talk, chew, spit and smoke to their heart's content, J. T. Brasher was elected School Trustee at Eminence. Hundreds of thousands have been induced to try Chamberlain's Cough Kenedy by reading what it has done for others, and having tested its nerits for themselves are y its warmeut friends. For sale by W. G- - White Richmond, Ky. june-2-l-m List of Letters. I- Fordsville is to havo a school building. bowels. 10c. $10,000 kidneys and Never sicken, weaken car-'loa- d' or gripe. y mayl-l- mere-victor- Bob. Rtxter, Democratic canidtte for Assessor of Faye'te, lias come T the circuit witli his horser. in-af- and-scarc- e d je2-2i- son-in-la- L--. three-quart- er ui w wag-struc- d. Jt X I - - V '. t .XV3 w . czrr wtain wiawiiiwWParHW lfflir TTi nJTirr s t Tnrn nlrn iinnrwIIfltlBrraMIMlTMrff'irr "'' i: d? ''"-- v-- p.' -- L, wia n T .." -- .. ' Si . ir . . ... e&. - u. iCTirgi?iTi"i iTrWtrTiwilainTrlllMawlraliErrwffi ir. i.i The dyspeptic carries a dreadful load on his back. It seems as if tie were rca(-l- y made up of two men. One of them ambitions, brainy and energetic; the other sicli, listless, peevish and without force. The weak man weighs the ohter one down. The dyspeptic may be able to do pretty good work one day, and the next day because of. some little indiscretion in eating, he may be able to do nothing at all. Most cases of dyspepsia start with constipation. Constipation is the cause of nine tenths of all human sickness Some of its symptoms are sick and bilious headachej dizziness, sour stomach, loss of appetite, foul breath, windy belchings, heartburn, pain and distress after eating. Alltheseare indicative of derangements of the Hver, stomach and bowels, and alLare caused by; constipation. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel lets are the. quickest, 'easiest and most certain cure fortth eondttioif. They are not violent in action. stamps to. Seud 2L cents 'iu .one-cen- t World V DispeMMry Medical AagciatjoB .Bufialo, JLYsaiI receivePrj-ieVefe's- 1 1009 pftfP Ct5feK 8KKSB HSICAIfSHt&- , tUastzKIW. j, ;v , U ; " X- ' ; .. ii Sick stomach means sick man (or woman). Come Again And Again And So On. Why not be well ? Fick stomach comes from poor fooJ, Come and let me serve yon. poor nourishment; means poor health, SIY MOTTO IS "Do riftht by evervbody, everyday and all the tirae." poor comfort. Shaker Digestive Cordial Very truly yours, means health and a well stomach. J. F, STONE, Prop. If we could examine our stomach we jew-twould understand why it is that bo little will put it out of order. But, unless w e are dactore, we nover 6cc our stomach. We only feel it. Wo would feel it less if w c took Shaker Digesf tive Cordial. Thaker Digestive Cordial mnkes your i stomach digest all tte nourishing food II Ii M ou eat, relieves all the symptoms of in- - J soon makes digestion, acts as a tonic and you well and strong ngain. The more you take, the less ou will Insure 3our homes and feel of your stomach, business At druggists. Trial bottle 10 cents. w CLOTHING, SHOES, Rurnishingrs, Mats EA-ei- ?ul l-r- V -' a ;- iVlen Ave haA-- e and Boys, t. m m :ir ;? a large list of article Ave sell is a Bargain and them. Here are a few ; see the figures for guaranteed goods. $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 Men's well made Suits, $4.50, $5.00, $0.00 Youn Men's Suits, $1.00, $1.50, $2.0Q Splendid Knee Pants Suits, 23cv40c, 50a" Seperate Knee Pants, y All-wool A11-avoo1 9 i RS-I TORNADO' Men's All-Leath- er Shoes, $1.25, $1.502 $1.75, $2.00 '" nal mm EK- - Hats, 25c, u5c. 50c. Crush Hats, 50c. All Fur Hats, 9Se. Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00. Fanc3' Colored Shirts, 4Sc, 75c, $1.00. Balbrigan Undershirts, 25c, 50e. StraAV IE. ' l 1 l property against These are only a few of our way doyV-prices- . It Clias. Bronston t.ilks of running foi Congress in tho Seventh district. Fire $ Tornado. I represent tAvo of the m6st reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your-pafcronage- Come in and tell us what yoii; think of these way down prices and the, -- Tetter, and rjczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Uimy very bad ases have been permanently cured by It. It is equally efficient far itching pileS"and a favorite rcrnedyf for eore nipples ; chapped hands, cldlblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyjs. 25 cte. per box- Salt-Kheum guarantee we give you. I . ' S. 2--ly R ROCK, 'Up Slilrs). 36)i Sec. Street, We want your opinion of the policy we have firmly established;,. " i J'I ' , '1 ".- llr. Cady' CmiHiion Pewdcn4 arc ju3t what a horse needs when, in bad coadition. Tonic'd blood purifier and' FOR FIVE DOLLARS; vermifuge. . -- Theyl are not food but medicine and the bit in use to put a Are not INDEHENDENCE and GOOD INCOME horse in prima condition. Price 25 cheap at $5 06? If cents per package jj We will start yon in your own btuinets, with reap Twenty-on- e ministers wu'rt graduat- light and plzaiant dnte,,enaMinffyoa eto tne prontg Irom tne laooroi ot&er peopi ed from tho Cdlejroof thoBiblo at A Sesitifil asii Fascka&g i . Lexington' 4 Large; Imshkss; . , - INDEPENDENCE Yours For Satisfaction, - ' Lj IS, .jf --- ij-- . t -' -- ' m H. J. B RB. tr T R B. r BB rjtxirrisi iro rouD. FOOL- j.i nAiA h c i.- TTti I -- is Wbat We .Offer prUlw ; r, M mA a1 p - Annfel itfwfcKlt f JFol' a;Cole iMaiU..- . .Write for ::rJne--in- n I nts-t- f '.'- opA Mxnn jttimmM, fb H aai3. t: w.c JL : JLV J-J- ft ' Tlw ttouOtr, Tta S,B LX V-- Fi, - FKiir,.Tl'ItnK - ? -- 1 The Richmond Climax. BYRON WelJ-Kno- M'CLEUUAND, Torfiu.n, Die of 1'iraiuo. I1U It mtit I.filn:loi, Kjr. I.esinoto.v, Ky., Jnno liyron CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. McClelland, the turfman, died at his home in this city at b o'clock Friday night. He uas taken with a FOB COUNTY ATTORNEY. Latonia last SaturWe are authorized to announce G. congestive chill athome, E. IiiLLY a candidate lor County At- day, as brought his le.tstricken blind lunjj became torney of Madison county, subject to on Monday, later jjroducinj pneumonia, of the Republican party. congested, the action which was the Immediate cause of his death. Mr. MiCielland was born FOB rOLICE JUDGE. years of age, in Lexinpton and was While a boy he was a jockey, but was AVe are authorized to announce H. of forced to dUconlinuu riding on acC. Rice a candidate for Police Judge of Richmond, subjccj count of his weight. He toolc charge to the action of the primary July 15. of a string of horses in 1878, from which time his turf career dates. He has been eminently successful, leaving FOB CITY ATTORNEY. an estate of SOoO.uOO. He was married "Ve are authorized to announce about ISynars ago to Miss Sallie Smith, Gbken Clay a candidate for the who survives him. office of City Attorney, of Richmond, V.luib r Killjr Kulul. Ky., subject to the action of the nlt STATE TREASURY. Auditor 8tnn' 8tu.emnt for Mjr 8 luwi FnANKi'oiir, Ky., 1 There-i- s well-knov- rn li The io'' lowing statement, issued by Auditor and about which such tender recollec- tinmrl lister Stone, shows the condition of the tale Ireusury at the closj of busineaa as that of I on May 3.: "MOTHUR" si k j ru. she who Balance. April 30 ..tU7X I l licit o: 31 Junj C 433. a. no Word so Full of Meaning KiNTtJCKY MEN Apptlntrd at Delegates to. tlu N'ltlonal The following delegates were appointed Thursday by tJov. Uradley in the National Farmers' congress .f the United Agricultural States and parliament, whicn meets in St. Paul, Minn , August 31: F.rbt district, It. u. RatcliiTe, Princeton; econd district, If. Goverstreet, Owensooro; Third, E II. Motley, Bowling Green; Fourth, N. It, Christie, Penic'.c; Filth, E iward "Wetstein. Louisville; Sixth, NT S. Walton, , E. F Paris.; Seventh. Eighth. John M. Hijrginbottom, Ninth, Lewis Lebus, Cynthiana; Tenth, Diu.el D.ms, Paintsvillc; Eleventh, W. T. Paseha. 1, SomerseL r From utate at large, A. J. Gross, licit, and C. C Wilson, Williamsburg. Ky.. 1L n, C-- Frankfort, JAtrniMV Cour;r,-- June csXi i1 V ftU V ' Cv cr reenvc; DTKIR rss. I it 1T -- -- sv.--- ! i f SOMETHING j OUGHT 0 Every Merchant TO 5 USE. You Can't watched our helpless totter ing ."" Itift HUIMtLVV : L'17 -- TAD . TJI bl k m" S Expenditures ( csO Halance.. TotsJ UZU71 ; t.0 Ililanie. April vvipi J ttiio 3b t. ru.-u- . .HIl.lTf (79 80C OlHlaoa n$i mill i :TO TffJi J fiffl infancy and guided our ljfc)iMP ABKSKf 3lVJy Mr fT C (H 1 JsSaaBTaaat'-SiPatiaBa- liur-linirto- n; AH, III ill " life of WxV, The every Ex- fiff-t'- step. is f Clt-y- ExicaUltUrea (iesi) .. B.lancc (. ...... Tl HE TUMI Stl7.7X IU3.48I 61 1 8 t kAw w ir sr mem it fMnlnl t ill iM EltAI. U KbHKiVi.. mUI.IM J BiirOl Mother V. mi pectant iUpon Every Bottler i PTOBfe UTOGRAPHICQ f J&Plff&lMz Crov's Tail, nor a good v rxflclt. Apill It teipt -- 3. .. mMfc beset with danger. A Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce J, Tamiot Jackson as a candidate for Citv Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., Subject to the action of the Democratic party. the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announc J. R. Stoufker a candidateto for Mayor of Richmond, subject the action of the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce J. W. Bale a candidate for Mayor of Ric.i-inorx- can Friday morning, sie reared up and fell on her necr, breaking it and causing her .eath in a few minutes. She was out of an inbred Wilkes mare, and sired by the great trotting stallion FOB MAYOR. Pamlico, 'there are but very few of We are authorized to announco D. the get of Pamlico, and this was a P. Armek a candidate for Mayor of very promising one. She was valued Richmond, subject to the action of at Sl.OiKJ. Cahi.jsls, Ky., June 12. At a meeting of the fiscal court hsre Fri lay W. . Baldwin proffered the 10 miles of Maykville and La.x ngton in this county for SSS.J03, The court rejected the proportion, aul Hildwin l immediately his intention of replacing his gats. He requested Judge Tilton to stat.on armed guards at each of them. This reopens the tollgate war in this county. tu.-np.- ki Xicuoi.AbViu.E, Ky., June 12 While Trainer Uaugherty was driving a three-year-ofilly belonging to J. W. Dun- ld Expenditure.... 1 I.I.j-31., r, Toul ..1-8- V..H1 'Mother's Friend" tVHtl It iumit Toll Collrctlonn. l. subject to the action of the FOR COUNCILMEN. Dem- anno-tnce- ocratic j.arty. 1 mi m . are authorized to announco D. Lltlln Hop- - for R. Tevis a candidate for Coun Lexinotox, Ky , Juno 12. Hyron of Court House ward, bubjec to McClelland's conuition was worse Frithe action of the primary elect ji day morning. His physician called an July 15. hour earlier than the time set for him We are authorized to announc .1. to come. After making a thorough ex"V. Freeman a candidate for C amination the pays cian siys the in Court House ward, sub o chances are decidedly against McClel-lcnto the action of the primary clec mu recovery. Thi- - is the first adJuly 15. mission that the noted tur.man's life is in treat danc'-- . FOR MAGISTARTE. Conv'ct 1 punuuu uliuiltted. firm rANKiOKT. Ky.. June to anno nc We are authorized of Taylor ,t Jame, of Jeffersonville, J. R. Henry a candidate for M of Kirksville Precinct, su joci Ind., have submitted a proposition to to the action of the Democratic arty the sinking fund commissioners to employ oJO convicts in tiie Frankfort .. ..1L-turnpike ticket. penitentiary to manufacture jeans pantaloons. Ihc commissioners have KENTUCKY HEWS. taken the proposition under advisement, and will pass on it in a few days. The Latest " From All Parts of the tllll.kjr TUlarm. CtiUllUUllW culth. SAXDr Hook, Ky.. June 12. The warehouse of J. W. Cottle was broken FRE 7UR.NP.KcR3 into a few nights ago by some unTn Nam Cnnntj' Tckft In known parties and two barrels of . . Tlias JtloTriue if Mjr ISfCftm whisky were stolen. One barrel was Lancabtek, Ky., June 14. The free rolled a distance of about 60 yards turnpikers of this, county have called from the warehouse and a part of the aconTontion for June -- S to nominate whisky taken out. The other barrel a full county t.cxct on the can not be found. No clew to the "his question is enterim-- into thieves. all the elections in this section, ani has A IlniiMrkMlilc Lkiuh. become a prominent feature in the sePnETOXFiin:o. Kv., June 12. Simon lection o school trustees. Kecently Coleman, Linn Camp, near Pike county Pendleton Cov was electeJ to that ofline, had a ewe come home the other fice in the Antioch district solely upon large this qualification. All ollicial ap:r-an- t day with adevelopedlamb with seven horns, one foot are likely to bo held responsible hoofs, four on and one horn the kne'. another on for their views, and their success or failure may Inn e on this the shoulder and two on tlif head. He is a fighter and whips the whole IIock. issue. "Vp MrCtt-IWnit- ill-m- un-cilm-- d' 12-'- fhe e . Gu-ral- .rec-roa- d - 1m-- c. free-roa- d lteporls from all the tobacco-;- ; rowing counties received here indicate that tnere will be a larye reduction in acreage as compared with lat year or with aver-igyears. Only one county, l.reckinridge, reports a probable increase over crops, wh le other counties report as a jreneral thing- a bij rcluc-tioin acrjaje, some as much as 50 per cent. Tulxcru 11 -- I'tl.tera. , LOU1SVIU.K, Ky . 14. e pre--rio- Ilctactlio In Tubicci June Acrencai. Marshal Hullington Friday lolged in jail here E. A. oung, a bad crook arrested at Howling Green, charged hen arrested with rifl.og the mails. Young had keys to all the letter boscs ind to every department of the Howling (Jreen pot oflice. Ediyvii.i.k, Ky., June 12. A murder occurred in the prison here. Tnarles Meyers stabbed Lee Powell to death in the broom shop, where scores of prisoners were at work. Hoth were colored convicts. Fkaskfout, It ll.--t ill- - Ky., June MhII. 12. U. S. n Deth Mab in it Vclmnru 1 MunfoKI-vh.i.e- K - , bacco plant beds are bein:j destroyed in this county wet of the L .fc X. railroad. In the last few day one large bed has lecn day up by unknown d parties, and another h.is ben off, completely destroying every plant. In each instance the canvas was carefully removed from the bed, neatly folde and left for the owner. bu-ne- June 14. To- Urullry FitAMiror.T, O.T Jerome Smeathers, his wife and seven children were poisoned at Yelvlngton, this county, with paris green. Poison was Mail Do;, Kililu? Stnrx. on a shelf and mice cut the paper and Ky., June 14. Mad Mii.i.ickbuico. the contents si'tcd into a bucket of dogs are numerous in tnU section, One child is reported water below. thousands of d illarV worth o" lior e, dead, two are djing and possibly none cattle, shen an I hog, have w;il recover. Ar.ued men are .countrr the KtniucUy JUaii l'riiiuutf(t. llnw at a hchnnl K ertion. was bitten country. Urt Clem-Washington, June 12. Gilbert C 9. Trouble Vaxckiiuko, Ky., 11 tims by a d supi.o,el to have Knitiin, of Kentucky, has been pro- over school elections June reported to are had hvdronhobia. moted from a SI. 400 clerkship in the hare taken place at many points in the , tMtrrr rt. pension oflice tj principal exsminer at county. There was a bloo iy fight at El D Laine' IC Lkxington, Ky , Juic 14. The reSindllilL At l'jtersvillc a wild riot main', of Edwarl jr. arrived Pnat Ottlre. occurred, knives anl pistols being Nw from Sc-.- York Sunday morn n at 3 Washington, June 12. A post oflice drawn and several people knocked o'clock, and were mterre in the Lex- has been established at Alberta, Har- down with rocks an clubs. ington ceniettr Sun lay afternoon at rison county, Ky., with Albert S. On;an l"lmls Inftnitr. 6 o'clock. l!e a son o' Mr. E S. Crosthwait as postmaster. DeL'-n,;- , MiiiL.K3iioito, Ky., June 9. The exlate supe.'inlenJent of public All Out nt lljnti-r- , amining trial of Du.'an f ir the killworks. OvENBBtfiio, Ky., June 12. All the ing of Colston is in progress at Pine-vdiJ, r 3lnrrtT. Tw- - rr Y members of the meathers family, 1 he plea of insanity been HorKiM.vii.Lv:, Ky.. Jm.e 14. In the poisoned at Yelvington last Saturday, set up. A thousand people h,us presare o Hubert to.cinan, on trial :or case now out of danger. are ent. 'J he trial is very exciting, but the thiri time for the murder of Ed Omen Chunrj'd. Kentnckjr there is no disorder. Long, at a festival in this county last Washington. June 12. The post ofyear, the jury brought in a vrrdict A I'ruhlbltl'rt NinnliiA sentencing him to a term of 12 years fice at Powers Station, Daviess county, HAltTFoliD, Ky., June 9. The mass Ky., has been changed to Maceo. in the penitentiary county convention of the prohibition-ist- s He Din G irae. was held here. Ihey named Ucv. June 12. James Iv, K. Smith, ol Kockport, as their GEOltOETO:x, M. Uordy, was hanged at 10:":0 o'clock candidate for represent itive, and conA Fiiday morning for the murder of his cluded to make no further nominations. AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUKE wife. He dieii gime and protested his 3Ic(JIll-ttitJLLL.2rrvou JMeie Falling Mem llettr. orj.ImpotttDcjr, Sleeplessness, eic otused innocence to the last. Lexington, Ky., June 9. The condior uuwr jjcuaeuM Boa inais uj Aoaw creUons, Tfy quie&Iy and murrly tion ol liyron McClelland was a little rector ljomt itality in old or young, and A NF.WI.Y designed fit a mu for study, bnsineas or marrt&gfi. His eyepiTrvnt Insanity end Condom Dt ion if machine for street cars and railway better Tuesday morning. imDrovetkB itim. Thirn shows immediate fall In- - stations stamps the date and time of sight is slowly returning. Physicians menland effect a CUBE where all other hope he vt 111 recover; sist opon baring the sennlne Ajsr Tablets They purchase on a ticket or exchange bebare cared thousands and wiUcnreyoo. Wecivoapoe-itir- s KxLMirtiatioti of Cattle. n fore delivery. written guarantee to effect a care Cft PTC jach case or refund the money. Price w U I w per Laxcastkii, Ky., June 9. About package; or six pkcn (fall treatments for fZBX. By Jurj J"Hi--l In Acre. price. Circular tnaiU in plain wraroT. opon reclf-toLinERTV, Mo., June 14. After oace SoO.OOO worth of export cattle left " AJAX REMEDY CO., .fflS?" reporting a disagreement and being here. There were '20 car in alL This For sale in Richmond, Ky., by Haan & sent out again to deliberate, the jury is the largest ship uent ever made fab3-lHerndon. in the Foley double murder case re- from this section. ported a second time that they were Russia has the most rapidly increasunable to reach a verdict. They were pf any country in the discharged and Judge Kroaddus set ing population growth during the last world. The the second trial for the fall term. hundred years has been a fraction leas than 1,030,003 annually. 1 Cyn-thian- bo--- b.t-tc- n. Bradley left Saturday for a three Springs. weeks' visit to Colorado Lieut. Gov. Worthington arrived Saturday and took the chair as acting governor. Knnturky Pension l?x.inlner. Washington, June 12 The following were Friday appointed members of pension examining boards in KenF. A. Davis; tucky: Covin-rtoW. N Scott, L. I). Hoffman. for Lulorailn. Kv., June 12. Gov. Tot deficit li nail fund .... 40(1,121 so assists Nature in the change taking D lance In tei-urIqcIuIur all place that the Expectant Mother is fundi. May 3 ....H281 enabled to look forward without dread i ..ii.'.'4,4 Toiul outstan'lng warrants to the hour when she experiences the EIG LXPNiE joy of Motherhood. It insures safety ToTip)TEr Are the (iuir.ln Sow Watch- - to both Mother and Child, and she is lnr found stronger after than before conHakrodsbuko, Ky., June 9. Guards finementin short, it "makes Childhave be n placed at the two Lexington birth easy," as so many have said. rtilr. trllfrnr: flnrl at til. Cnt Pn gate, iu the suburbs of this city. Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but 'J here are 12 men at the three gates named, and they are likely to remain on duty for somj time. Each is paid S2 Buffered more in ten mlnntos with Mt u night lor his service, and the cost foots nlthnr wifolnr nihiT two children than the (lid nf up about 500 a month. Appl ication i altogether with berlast,h"avlng previously used u bottles of will be ma le under the M aw t lour tn nnvono "Mother's Friend." Itisabless-expoctlnf to become a mother. Inn for gu irds f r some of the west end says a customer. iuuuiiuii,hu pat-that were thrown open some Sent br Mall, en rccd t of price. Ji.co rEf. BOTTLE. Zkoc To Eitiectant Mothers" malleJ free. conraio.Bg time ago through fear that tlu threats ralublc information and voluntary testimonial. of the night raiden. to burn the propThe draoficlo regulator co..Atlanta,Ga. erty of the directors would be carried solo sy all druggists. out. There are .tout twenty of thesj ga'es, and .bould they resume the collection of toll and demand guards, as SHOT HERSELF. th y hve the right to do under the Comnew law, the expense would be an Mrv Luejr Xntaon, .tnd 70 Year, Louis-Tmits hulclus at II r Uuine In enormous one on tin-- tnxpy-r"- . In. Koland Curd, who was made to chop Louisvili.k, Ky., June & Mrs. Lucy down the Pcrryville gate while in his Iselson, aged 70 "years, committed suinijlit clothes, Tuesday again moved cide Monday morning at the home of into the house and took charge of the her M. II. Uoyle. She shot collecting. herself in the neck just under the left Milliliter (Ihot nil Kill.il lij III Son. ear. Her huiband died many years Louisville, Ky., June 9. A special ago. Last fall she had a fall and was to the Evening Post from Harbourville, afterward an invalid. She frequently Ky., says: Ilev. Herry Lawson, a expressed a desire to put an end to her Methodist divine of this county, was suffering by taking her life. shot and instantly killed Tuesday A week ago she begged her daughmorning by his son. Isham. ter to kill her. Monday morning Mrs. The father whipped the boy Sun- Nelson slipped out of bed during the day for some slight offense and he left absence of her daughter, crawled over home. The punishment rankled in the the floor amd down the stairs to the little fellow's heart, and he returned room of her where she sehome Tuesday morning and finding cured his pistol. She rcturne I to her his father in a cornfield, slipp-- d up be- room and shot hersel', after climbing hind h m and blew his head from his back upon the bed. shoulders with a shotgun. 1 he youthful paricidc escaped. CRITICALLY ILL. Hunter Co G " Orer. Bjron McCUIUdiI, the tVrll Known Frankfirt, Ky., June 9. Judge Turftnau, Thoaeht to lie Near Death'i Door. Ciut ill's special term of circuit court Lexington, Ky., June S. Byron Mcconvene I but was adjourned without a decision in the Hunter in-- d Clelland, the well known turfman, is ctment cate. The state has not yet critically ill at his home in this city. li od its brief on the demurrer filed for He was brought here from Litonia t e defense. Xo decision was ren- Saturday, and it is thought is suffering dered in the Southern Pacific case, and from a ruptured blood vessel in the only a few unimportant orders were head. He has entirely lost his sight and the attending physicians do not entered by the court. think he can survive the night. McTollct (Intrili Krnrt. Clelland is one of the best known ownFLrMi.vosiiURO, Kj., June 9. The ers and trainers of thoroughbreds in Marsville and Lexington Turnpike Co. the country. Among the horses he has applied to the judg-- of riemtnj coun- developed are Uadge, Sally McClelland, ty for guards for the two gates in this Henry of Xavarre, Halma and Prince county. The request was refused, on Lief. Ho started without capital but the ground that the road oparated un- is worth now probably half a million. der the law of 1S5C, and consequently the Martin law did not reach their case. THE OLD STYLE. This is an entirely new opinion on this Vaj rtlcjcle Thieve Are Punished by tho tubject. Whipping Post at Lrxlnsrton, Ky. Manlan Uc1 a Hatchet. Lexington, Ky., June S. The whipAsm. and, Ky., June 9. Advices ping post was introduced here Monday from Elliott county states that a McAn-drcson of John Sainmons at- for two bicycle thieves, Will and Tom Murphy. tempted the wholesale slaughter of Ihey are nowsboys about 14 years the family with a lmtchet while insane. He was overpowered old and stolo two bicycles Saturday. with great difficulty, and not until he Although the offense is a felony, Police had perhaps fatn.ly hurt his younger Judge Gray Faulkner dismissed tho prisoners on the promise of their brother. mothers to give them a sound thrash- ToIit. I I "Mother's Friend" -- s -- il son-in-la- son-in-la- 'Jut-sda- Brown, a farmer living near bite's Station, in Madison county, has a curiosity in the shape of a petrified ham. Several year ago a quantity of meat was stolen lroin Mr. Brown's His searua I'luong the smokehouse. effects of suspected parties in the neighborhood was in vain, and ho gave the meat up as lost. In moving an old straw stack a few weeks a;Mr. Brown found this him, one of tlu hame that had been stolen. So perfect is the ham in its petrification that on several occisions, when visitors were present. lr. Brown has place it on the table and had them attempt to carve it, much to the merriment of the party assembled. 1'rrsldentlnl Partr "t Lexington, Ky., June 11. The special train, bearing President McKin-le- y and party, arrived here at 11 o'clock Thursday night and remained J5 minutes, during which time President McKiuley, II. Clay Evans, Secretary Alger and Gen. Grosvenor made speeches. A crowd of several thousand was at the station to meet the train and gave the president a very warm recept'on. President McKinley was Introduced from the rear platform of his car by State Representative K. P. Moll. C'Uric Cunlil OiiMtril ly Forc-v- . Paducah, Ky.. June 11. State Lester passed through the city on his way from E idyville. He stated that Clerk Caufield, who was recently dismissed by the penitentiary board of commiisioners, had refused to hi oust-- u I, and P. was found necessary to remove him by force. The doors were then locked and the guards given to prevent his entrance. Clerk Tinsley will take charge at once. Ctirx'x Fine to Mlnclf With Old Glory. FitAXKronr, Ky., June 11. A movement is on foot, started by friends of the Cuban cause throughout the state, to use the Cub in fla together with the United States flag in decorations for 4th of July. The local Cuban organization, in charge of C S. Lambert, has been organizing to this end. Capt. Shearer, of Covington, originated this movement in Kentucky. A fund has been started. - LnxixoTo.v. Ky., June 11 li F. nnd wrapper of the genuine) Dr. Bell's Is ptlnteu the above design. It U both trade-mar- k and cunrantee a warrant that the inral- will cure cine contained In the bottle coughs, colds nnd all Iiiuc, throat and chest troubles more quickly nnd effectually than any other remedy. ( , i i DR. BELL'S 8ine-Tar-Hon- PKKVKNT "foricrttln'r to rliarKe." PltKVKNT dlspatra otrr aeroants, l'KKVK.NT mistakes or alt kinds, ACClfKATI'LY record casTi sales, fAVK SIAKK three bills at one writing. Used by RETAiteRS IxmU-kreplii- Write (or circular. ey Hamilfon Antoranhic ReSlstef Co. HAMILTON, UUIU. lS S"V fefei . dis--ol- Under the Enamel! Bta -- Dissoluiian Notice! li soM by alldrusslsts or sent upon receipt price isc., sot-- , ana l per come oy iQQGOOGQOQQQOOOCXKiQQQQQl J 1 J The firm or Shackelford & Gentry has partnership, R. L.Gentry retiring, D. J. Shackelford continuing the business as heretofore. eS" W m) aBaW 9 m W b &? We v.ant bright business men lo represent us CVwPyw ere V x 6'a'tvs'Sy & New York London. Itvrr YiClv ' J-- . 0S iSS JI ' V--. rl :y L-- -- vREADY TO Subscribe Now! i THE invriAKn wYl.c uu., Chicago J&P SUPPLY THE TRADE Our fnctory on lmrel Stieet in is now riiiiniiu-- , mid wc are prepared to liil oidertif'jrtwistof tl ) ml! mwm A STRAIGHT npn4 - ly (.Note "Pli of Eiel DISPATCH . DEIOCSATIC; NEWSPAPER. ills to ay. aEiscd. ni) r.ut afrear ssaln. "Far ol nrnn'lt, three grades. Wo can save you nionpv Send us a tiisil opler; you will be .l nl with our liroilurt.s. plejsed to heir fiom country Kept-ciall- W For the Free Coinage of Silver. For the Chicago Platform. For the Democratic Nominees. Forthelnterestof theMasses" All the Latest State News. mer-clianti- -. 9- -- White IticiiMoxn, Ky. DR. PEFFER'S 0 Ross, All the LKttest News. Telegraphic VPN GOLD AWAY K v fL fi IN All the La test Market Reports -- m i ?jHirUDijftii rsLS. . KEvnit i l)pre.e(l, NErriMscuvri-Ta new, reiiauic aiiuscanty fails. Kverucriorpup. or pniulul iinuMuiiHik'u..vi-- , u.. t uj v.rrr b,,v'V luiTcs. InvlstJratea tiaobe ovuu. Ile-waof danctruud ImlUiUomu Name palcr. C3 per bux, s.niill boa tl. &nt reeled In plain wrapper. Send is la rtAmp for partlculais. 8Md by locuf lrnanrl"lcr'Uli1re ITI'l'lIR ,IV Correct Market Reports. Correct Court Reports. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. life Dispatch and The T e t(k!y '. i $l.7i Climax oaej ear for if fALAJSCCL'TIO.!, IMcbiv. 1U-- Sokl by Riehiv.onil Drue Co. and G. "White. TO CURE A COLD IN 0.SE DAY. J. Regular Price V. Viv.r-r- 7. Weekly Dispatch ($1.00) and Clim't.v ($1.25), oner's jury, holding an inquest over the body of Irvine Miller's wife, which was found in the cistern late Wednesday, returned a verdict of accidental drowning. It is rcportell that a tramp was seen about the premises, and that foul means might have been employed by him. 1. Wits an A cldeiit. Lancvstek, Ky., June 11. The cor25c. Take Lixative Rromo Qnin'ne Tablets. All Druspi'ts refund the inonev if it fails to Cure. For sale by W. G. White, L'rupBtst, V.y. Hich-nioin- l, lacliJ-C- Tho can think of some simple tMnz to patent? Protect your Ideas thev mar hrlnir Ton wealth Write JOHN WKDDEKBURN CO Patent Attor neys, Washlnsturi. I). their $13 prtso oltet and list ot two hundred LiTcnllons wanted. Wanted-- An Idea Cfr a part ment at Washington to tf a company of Fort Thomas to go into camp with the Kentucky State gnard at Fount tin Ferry park at the regular annual encampsol-lie- rs Got. Ilraillry'a iSrqu St. Ky., June 11. Gov. Bradiey has requested the war depart- A New Cheap Cash Grocery ft Below we $100 2.'" Lk At.'rti--- v :.t liv 1 Feankfoht, AND FRUIT HOUSE Opened next door to Richmond National Bank. quote a few of our prices : Host Granulated Sui-a- r 20 lbs. for Arbucklc's Coffee 2 lbs. for nest Brand Canned Torn 7',c, 2 for Jlcst llrand Canned Tomatoes 3 cans for Best Maple Leaf Lard. I lbs. for Itetl Star Wash Boa lis Best Coil Oil per frillon Pure Stick Candv 2 lbs. for . Pure Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for . . tcm-pirari- ly Mother and Seren Children Owexsboko, Ky., June 9. Pol-one- a, nt 111 U.-Lo- v 1 1 - e. Ist Dv-- 1 N MADE ME 1! MAN il i nickel-in-the-sl- ot f -- y The k. i Detter. Stackliousa McClurc and Dr. Robert Bryan, a THE MARKETS. Lejcixotox, Ky , June 8. Percy veterinary surgeon, engaged in a fistiHandsomest '97 Stackhous',who was shot by J. llrcckin-ridg- e cuff on the street on account of obCi: c nnatI. June 12. Payne at his home in this county jections to Dr. Bryan paying attenBICYCLE Manufactured. uprlnstaio. Sunday, rested easily Sunday night, tions to tho daughter of J. W. Beck-lelly. aiuo. .3. njirinK pa (it ii in. and his condition Monday seems some, .3ij 1J: Urn. a wealthy retired merchant. Miss ler patcnl. tl Uiii). iulc improved. lly. tmas. 0. exir . tr'j .(j loi. irraus, what of Dr. Beckley is a in;.0 iyu, LullLwealcrn. siSotiilo; da Two young ladies present callcitr, tz.siQZ '. l'rnmlnent 24rnitr ani JIorfitnin Dead. ed a policeman to separate the fightjt m U'Hf.Ai a.les: Na 3 red. trpek, f6o: No. LiSXIMaTox, Ky., June 14. "William 4. track. Tie. ,mtie n.U, i.uclt. 78c. Na i.reJ, ers. Vincent Cro nweli, aged 71, a prospernomln.l. at tOy'o. Wounds a Minister' Son. coitv ale: Sa track. iCc: yelous Fayette county farmer and horse:;e. i mixed. iric-J- i'. man, died at his residence, on Xewton it. Lexington, Ky., June 8. Brackin-ridg- e low. earTtraclc "u No--wLhc, Lack, l'.'c. Ham. Did ever a 3 Oais faalen: Payne, a member of a famous pi., experience road, as the result of general debility 18c: No. 1. vhlie. track. Kentucky family, shot and probably riJi". mlxeJ. tuik, true happiness attending old agj. until she bent Percy Stackhonse. A fatally wounded r elect shipper', 13. ,7V- - i3.50; .select 3Price, Slnpt nn the Trjrk. over her trivial quarrel caused the shooting. bu.ccT-- ', ;iljj.aj. fair to ,uod packer, sleepiMiDDi.Esnonocoit. Ky., June 14. Ed talr cod iigat. is 403ulSO: Corrngated Tubing, 1 in. ng babe, tired of Goddard, coke puller at the "Mingo Stackhouseris a horse trainer and the cocimon and roug lo 2" .li s, forjret-fu- l play and . CATrLK Ij good Oil Reservoir Kubs. ovens, was run over by a coke en- son oi a Baptist minister, at whose coke 4.2i4.73: of toys. Nev house the affair occurred. exjorn, i.bo 5,uy. good to caolec butcher,, for a Catalogue. er. True happiness fora childless woman is gine and will 'probably die. He was Write in. fair io medium buicuers. J.1J3 nature's most emphatic impossibility. The lying asleep on the track at the time gold the Turnpike. 9i cbmmon, i.50ij : Every Wheel Warranted. notId teems with otherwise happy wedded of the accident. Flemingsburg. Ky., June a Tho 4.UJlica.p ami L.AHO, aheep Extr , 3bi3 couples that only need the link of a babe's uud lo choice. .3;lJu"'; comtnoa to Deal Direct With Us.' t tit' Ills Itonra. Found 1 Maysville and Mt. Mcrling Turnpike fair. divided caresses to unite them in mutual L.aiubi, happiness through all eternity. Any woman Louisville, Ky., June 14. James Co. Monday conveyed to Fleming gtod ..i"4.'Ki HtjiA 4uJixtras. iiluaOj; to choice, Manufactured by commoa to fair, may assure herself of happy wifehood, lontj Wilcox, a traveling man for a mineral county 1'2 miles of turnpike, from here ti.W rcarllns. life, love, and the great blessing of motherXj.aU CALVES 'alr lo irood ;hU iS'S H. KALBACH & SON, hood, who will take proper care of her Y., was to Sherburne, for S4.030. The five milos water firm of Saratoga, OiJ coamua-aolarge. cbJu!i. and resort to the ripht rimedy found dead in his room at the Gait between hero and Mason eounty will anly-self, LEBANON, PA. lino msrlnc 10tltc per for weakness and disease of the delicate bouse Saturday inorn'ng. Death was not be sold, but will be guarded at the lb qu d clothing. 13 .lie: medium orjrans peculiar to her sex. due to apoplexy. dclaino and ciotn.la. Utile, braid. 13 zl.c: company's expense. remedies for the The best of mediuta co.ubl is. It tl'ic. vVathjJ. ni mu Takffrt With Imnp and Drrtirn-special weaknesses and diseases from which rlnu. X to iCJ. 13c. undtum clottiln. I i.jia-- ; Last Lincoln Playmate. women suffer is Dr. Pierce's Favorite PreValparaiso, Ky., June 14. Otis W. Ei.izadetiitown, Ky., June S. The dcljlaifl:ecj. IoIjo: loatf. comiIay, H 17c: scription. It acts directly and only on the Keizer, aged 2(5 years, of Ft. "Wayne, d llfrU' lOramoa of organs that bear the burdens of mother- Ind,, a student at death of choi-'- , ,9i the Xo'thern In- 93 years, Austin Gollaher at the age at coarse, llji'io. hood. It makes them strong and healUiy. which recently occurred (.uiOAisu, June VI diana Normal school, wli le bathing at Taken during the expectant period it banWntAt-Ju- ne. 70o Juif, live 'miles east of Hodge ville, aep. ishes the usual discomforts and makes .Long Lake was taken with cramps his home, 03-fc.tcmbcr Ot'Jc December, natv,i5itis. oli 0 z. La Eue county, formerly Hardin counbaby's advent easy and almost painless. It and drowned. Cvits June, iia star. Jul., SlHa.-i-j- ; ty, removes the only living boy playinsures a robust newcomer and an ample Sep OJiber. 2i"3. HE PATS THE supply of natural nourishment. All good mate of the Immortal Abraham Lin- OA ju Tn .! ut of Mount S . Kits. ic. 17JJe: Jujy. 18)c' Jjeptcmber. druggists sell it. i 14. Prince i:v no, Seattle, (ifuld Democrats v.w .,uiuiuie uly 11. heart's "it is mv O. Box desire." writes Mrs. M. C Luigi Amidio, of Savoy, who intends Pirisannan, Pa., Juni li TimpMra. V. 31, Kitidtrhoolc. Coluntl la CATXI.C goo J. H 73 Louisville, Ky June a ReprePflaio caitle fxvi Cn. X. Y "to tell you what Dr. Merce's medi- - to make the ascent of Mount St. Eiias, butch in. Jtllitai- - fair. HMH poll democrats have, called a t41 - for tn In a I vmrs : l'ij . dm- r. J Is mue lioStles ato allwasyour lies arrivtd here. lie will sa'l for the sentative PAT FOE 1 oxoa J:w)'' very fn of state iiutcuiioii for the nomination of 43it tood helten, Iivorilr hid been Iany children. named north on the lopika Sanday morning. a candidate ice clerk of tho court of A00: balU.si.ua and cowl, el0)il.t!j frasli now m cyetu-- and had not had I , coti aad prlasers. Uliu hare a young on one year old. Dr. Kcrre'a At Sitka he will meet the advance anpeat.-- to beihcld in this city, July 14 lioo Prime llebtf,YorksM .and p!gj,J379 i' 'f FTOrite Prescription effected a positive enre party under the charge of Maj. E C ft3 75c medium relan commoa ta words caanot cxprtss my gratitude, for the- r Between IStS and ISSl.tn ja single fair Yorters, lJu83S5; 4.tT9 Ingraham. Ahich left here several 'heavy nci lac ixai uncnug xu Ktt arituiairu, do Bet tHfik I should be here today hed it sot days a'jfS oa the chaT tered yacht Aggle.l , Romjylllagu district, 797 jad i of I ' TlT?,. - Xiilim tKu anii ,... fflPJlling in ft TJODUlfcttOa, at l.4JO0 f beee fofDr. Pierce's medicines." ;MU SECfiaB'STREET, '-$ nirtrr will ' 13i: Utt: StWi&3V4Minata.Ft7iSft1 Ui Hhe ystefetrU, Yiktitit bay. wW i vDr.JeroeVKeMMit PclfeU ttw' lMie 7arUicUKn. moiboi to "HNMjiaiif, ky. w ' rU, - 41 ? ;5 'I11 U' .. J--- . a. U wfcCycle Lebanon ;ye sudden'y an 1 without warning. He has a premonition that he will lose the other eye. Probably a Fitnl Fall. Augusta, Ky., June 11. While ing. standing on a chair ptinting Thursdaj After court adjourned the boys were Mrs. AVill Winter, living near town, taken to a cell, where, under the direc- fell and sustained what is feared will tion of the chief of police, they were prove fatal injuries, being hurt interseverely whippsd. nally. Ills Too" Nnrthcutt Dead. Society 1. action. Historical Walton. Ky., June 11. T. 11. North-eut- t, Fkankfout, Ky., June S. The Kenbetter known as "Big Tom" tucky Historical .society at its annual Northcutt, an aged an I respected citimeeting Monday elected the following zen, living about two miles from Walofficers: President, Gov.W. 0. Bradley; ton, died Wednesday evening. Brst vice president, Hon. John A. ArrtflentJkllr Ktli I Ills Compsuln-- i Steele; second vice president. Hen. Bowlino Gukex, Ky., June 11. Ben Grant Green; third vies president. Miss Cochran accidentally shot and killed a Sallie Jackson, honorary vice president, Mrs. Cornelia Bush; recording young man named Dolie near the secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Jennie mouth of Gasper, th s county, ThursMorton; librarian, Mrs. Wm. Crom- day. Dinc nf II ccouvlis. well; executive committee, Walter FLr.MiNGsnuno, Ky., June 11. John Chapman, Dr. U. V. Williams, Gen. Fayette Hewitt and Miss Eiiza Over- Buchituan, jr., a farmer near here, is dying of hiecoughs. He has been sufton. fering untold agonies Jor four days. Fayettn County Will llve Free It tads. Statiuxt br a Tou jli. Lexington, Ky., June 8. The fical Paducah, Ky., June 11. Walter ;ourt, by its action Monday afternoon Wo.ff. a tough, stabbod BobShcmwell, in passing measures to build a three-mil- e a railroad man, at Murray, perhaps cut-oroad from Parker's Mill roadto Lottie street, practically rend-sre- d the Harrodsburg road worthless Itlt- - lire Uric Fr J rt- to stockholders as a source of revenue. As'lLAND, Ky., June 111. J. A. Ilas- The controlling stock is owned by the state, ''he committee could not agree ked, accompanied oy parties from Cin- ciuuati an I Chicago, will leavj the on a purchase price. The court offerTho latter ptrt of this week for Carter ed Sl,5')0 per mile for six miles. road people vi anted SJ.500. Hence tho county, where they are negotiating court's action to secure a free road ior or the purchase of a Hrge area of the south wi stern section of tho coun- lands in the flmt c'.ay section beyond Soldier. They have under consideru- try. t ou the matter of establishing mam-- , nystander Mortally Wunmleil. moth tire brick works at Soldier, aud UoruixsviLLE, Ky., June 8. Albert this visit will determine the project. D.ide aud an unknown party became Miy Lisae Koails. involved in a quarrel at a church fesLancahtkis, Ky., June 10. Judge tival at Beverly, south of this city, when Dade drew his pistol and opened Burnside called the fiscal eourt taxfire on his adversary, who escaped, but payers and turnpike stockholders toLee Radford, a bystander, was struck gether Wednesday to confer and attempt to lease the roads in order to bv a ball that passed through his body, inflicting a fatal wound. Hade has not. avoid the heavy cost of guards. The yet been arrested, and claims the court was appointed a committee to and Rad- lease the roads until the bond question shooting was in If tliey sucis settled in November. ford s wound accidental. ceed the roads will be free during that CL fa-ta- ll. ment. suddenly Lost Al lit tn One Kye. Ovievton, Ky., June 11. Mr. Church 111 S. Forsee, a promiuent farmer oi near Gratic was stricken blind in one -- ... . . . 1" 25 2 10 10 " W . ' ftr--- '- I" 15 ho run form tie k ten w 1110 e wjnl-- vr tune1! in it ap(ieirrttn me a call and be con vinced. j29-i- y Other oods in proportion to numerous to mention. "Wholesale and Retail. Give G. MARGOLEN, Proprietor. SATISFACTION, HIGH GRADE WCIBK Consequently GIVES THE CONSUMER Ls best for the Dealer to handle. Send for Catalogue and Prices. , ur-e y ou "rn I It r ai-i t iutl t in z n; vx ft VVrli i IIOLUA V ' V m r diffpeni mpiMnccin lw u no hti I"io a it!i .un rerb- a!rcrb.p'elik h. ulilce- .md .itljrriie a y IiiHRtHMi bel it ut ir tin M.i n n Itotf,ha t j.li.il.cte t"e 1 ? vr rl ih yor !i L Thp Tn . i nv SniTH w II a tit Ituinr f'twth nr ;? vcl& m l bvh fiweth ntt l r - ' : n iirr-- iti Uie w ri! IIh nh fi onlt KV I KACit for ilit- v.i rtr lar esui-,i t ami fre 4 rxra r?ir ilhUitnwi r Kt1nW. .he ?u ir i" rv f h rh t i. cic-t- . Th viv IN roi cii ui rwectl for ill p'lrju-- - nr-- attrtrtmg ,1 ittntn toarh afe. sU wn a-,i-- tlt-- t inlfi iM . wmmitre liurarjr hkhhh t tw ln nnd xli rt h i4 ui i I t 10 it- nu neruu l art n nt-vtftTwte Iml . .nn "ihiliirnN I nxe ""ISI e anj r y rgi,,,aniU(i, c et- - t rn'i-- r thi- rnnivnt it i fnrjo to rml . fr 3f id e dh h" uh r r p our n ctidti uf wonU. a tl r t ir (111 a ili n t to Th :i n nhtiOwirUrn rn xirapre-- nt !y ro ur in Ail !" pffv b the t"iiiiite i r at itnh. br tat faiiioo- - Ian -Marttp . ln bie. fc aurrtei ni.rr at c rx rn tJif Tm c t t.i.PH tha in- - IkwI. o rcoti. at m tc taniJbkc I iir. Itr ri- n r tunde I.irt .. o tl be rn-a onir. Thi t t il. r t drt-rt - i I v ih CMif 11 - iunt)s-- r or wot ' rt y " n 1 1 TJ ' Y . fn h I iter- in " ( HiI IO Kiti !rto. r-r " - 1 I - i '' 1 tke-ttH- r te fi 1 uty-dve w!u-Iih- lx-- ,ri al-s- - iicc-irj- 11 -- 1 err tS - -- 1 -- . ---. - 1 A Full Line of BUGGIES, SURREYS, PHAETONS, B0AD WAGONS, rmlrtf Iil ant-i- e a. b priiitt 1 i'i tn tam.er-r Io n nr- -t t ' t ut e .1 pr ze Note. 11 I'te-r a r r T . S orv f ,1 d)Ot ier if 1 V o-- i 11 a t tn rr ? a iti n i it .m r '- -- c' i.1" rHKwix)Si, I. tr - " r th i. 1 -- i Tit -- i.r r - v i n st - DR. PETER FLUGK'Si AH Work Great German Remedy, J.H.NEFF&C0. (Ojtj'osiie GIyMl"H ZZ1 Manufacture &c, &c Guaranteed. j CRAWFORDSyiLLE, 1WD. DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IN THE WHITE. , DOVETAIL COMPANY Factory, Cor. HEADINE l'n -- Cii 4 211 CcUiss SU. .' Country Produce Bought and S..I.1. Ca reonnu e. rs!i P.i ill Mnk-- ' inay2t.6m ff ftajseSfpSBgy YUjI 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE. 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Myou rK mch31 - 6m w sister-in-la- w Mc-Clu- re. SaTT-gr- ar B7mmM m EVER " 1 wm w wo-m- $75.00. d, a HE Has 1- -4 WiLLARD HOTEL , shlpi-cr.i'- tlo.-Qi- xotjzs-viXjILjE- l rz-.Converled Into 7 r rSJi Recently bsen a Modern Palace B IST 11 Halls and Entr.inca aror.-vrbl- e aud Tiling of the Finest Quality. wom- d T,'ooi-nawaih- el. .rter-blou- 2000 Yards oi Brillfkmt, New Velvet Carpst Adorn the Floors Oh KKI)-KiillJ- n mwim 0 d. -- I'AllliOKS A.NI) UPPEU HALCS. - - - quarler-oioo- aat-lo- w. tu'u-tr.ih- Offices and Dining Room 6ili-i&iS- Beautifully Oecortcd and Brilr ! .liantiy Lighted. I f I W jF&!y Get one of our statements of your to this iirni? AVe are sure you "have overlooked it, and take this- - method ci urging a prompt settlement of your account. In order to keep up our unapproachable stock of dry goods and ladle-.- ' furnishings, it is imperative that the old accounts be settled. You see how that is. All work and no play makes Veedcr and John dull boys. 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