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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- - c3miBiTi""-J3rj- - r-v- s jretvs .ift. -- s srssraBSBrT ii f r?iw55.jaFs. - '"?,fr ? -- - rTTWi" e.r I - r li-- -- ... vr-trC I. - -- "- - ui 'S r fj. i r- - - js j- . . ' rr c WJ v -- ..," -. t, -i Oi li- - a -- vr f, c F'.-j- BHE"SS3a 3f " ".- . Hi tV i- - THE RICHMOND CLIMAX V - '. j H M V f ; l! VOLUME XL I IS IX . RICHMOND, Gen. Clay and Cuba. The Veteran Slavery Hater Touches up The Cuban Question. In MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1897. NUMEER 4. i xW 1 i rish li caution all users of Simmons I.pgnUtor on a subject'of the deepest r .i ami importance to their health up llieir lives. The sole proprietors iiryprs of Simmons Liver Regulator n At are often deceived by a h! taking some medicine of a t or lasie, oeiievmg u to r rni ' i Tiiu'in Ijiver Regulator. We Tram .a hat i.nWj the word Regulator is on r ti. parkage or bottle, that it is not Simmons RcnihtT No one els, makes, or Liver Regulator, or -i ii.8niati(-Simmon- s ' trv called Simmons Liver Regulator, J H Zeihnit Co., and no medicine made . anr n e se i the same. , We alone can r ' up and we cannot be responsible, if medicines represented as the Bame do o you are led to expect they r if i you Bear thia fact well in mind, if you have w i "3 in the habit of us.ng a medicine which be Simmons Liver Regula-- t x nuppo-dtr tveciu'e thn name was somewhat like i' ami the package did not have the word r --'u.ator on it, you have been imposed ipn and have not been taking Simmons L ver Regulator at all. The Regulator has favorably known for many years, and a vho ue it know how necessary it is for f eier and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipa-- n p Headache. Dycpepsia, and all disorders - rig from a Diseased Liver. Weaskyoa to look for yourselves, and s- that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you era readilv distinguish by the Red Z on rapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. If. ZEIL1N & CO. Take W 1 WARNING. rs v r of money changers their indignation will be aroused. Wo all realize that the undertaking business is legitimate. AtiKaiCA. jcst as tun. 7jgJANDY CATHARTIC 1 "Nothing else like it" I We' Send refrcshine and pleasant; Soap for the skint it FREE! TO ' J J The most 1 British Bimetallists Looking to Tliis Country to Take The Lead. ENCOURAGED BY ELECTION. Exgrcss Satisfaction at Their Annual ing With The Platforms. IN. Y. Jonrnald. Meet- - a Fiery Letter to The Review, he Says Cuban Should be Free. 1 t i u o tn Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Ml MIL' KKD (iOLllEX. TEXOaiiAlHEll AND TYPEWRITER. KT IIMttNIt, iffirr Kkntuokv. A I iF adjoining .R Jiurnatn't. .'J P.NEYS. IK- W. MIL.UCR. ATTorsm Richmond, ):Tic t-Law, I anncr's National Bank. Kkktucky. in the Bummi Building, next door to feb3-l- y - t ftURNAM C MOBCRLCY. C. P. MIU1H. W. 8. MODCttLET. ', Attorskis-at-Ui- niCIIMOKD. - - - KENTUCKY. occo-31-3- OKKicnin Bnrmra Bnildinc recently jurd br A E-- Bnrnam. 0 J, Attorn OHi'-t- - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, over Ta lor h Hanhvare store, on-j. ite Court Hoiiso, on Main Street. K. - II. Iln 1 IlOtJti, ATTORNEY AT LAW. - iiMuM), - Kestccky. 31 HO Office No K! First St.. tip TLA W, (HAN'T II LILLY, A TTORXEY--A iniMOND, ofll-- - Kentucky. e S. W. HtreetM the courts of MadiKin aul u ides and Court of Appeals. corner M lin and Pwowl up stairs. Will practice in nil inIiMiiiini: J C. & A T M. CUKNAULT, A TTORXEYS T LA II', u II IIMIIMI jt'ili Kentucky, Sim."oh1 i'tiii on . street, over Chen- - "wcrv. A CRSCN CLAY, TTORXE --Y-- A T-L-A W. H"hmimd, K Kentuchi. 13 ('ilIetion? snlicUMl. PoYs:cia:-s- . DR. IT. R. GIBSON, Kichmom). ruY.iiciAX axd surgeon, Kentucky. Orltce in the loc t'c.lins bmltlin?. iS and so Sec- Street, oirrr Wntie eld drticstore 27- - ... onH CIIAS. HOOKER, I ETEJtlXARY SURGEON, College. Grmltialc Ontario Veterinary Veterinary Dentiitry and Sterility a Sjecialty. tlflice nn tJirt over New York Store, corner 46- llrfin and rlrt streets. Ricbtnood n. a Meilicine and Stin:ery. jaspjzr, m. jy. ----- Oflico Collins nuildins:. Main Street. l"Iephone lit retiilence (the Cnrr rce) on urciaway. KiciiMo.vn, Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, IJlCIISlOND, OTice in Smith Ruilding, No. tun. Office honr ix to ana Kentucky 4 Main Street, to a clock. nr DR. JQJIN M. FOSTER, lliciiMONn. - Kentucky V Telephone at fnce and residence. r Last week the Review put to him the Celebrated (or Its great leavening strength and healthtulnesa. Assures following question; ''Is the United the food against almn and all forms of ad alteration common to the cheap States doing its duty towards Cuba? If brands, kotal bajcixq ro wdee co., not. what should be its course?" new Tone. United States'tt lion Bryan polled fi,iXXV He replies, in a letter, full of force and 000 votes an the platform of national bimid 25 lambs for $120; from Jolin Baxmeaning, as follows: metallism and McKinley polled 7,000,000 In every constitutional government ter, 20 ewes and 21 lambs, for $1)0; from votes on a plalfortii pledging liitn to prolambs at 5 dins. Tolles, ten ABSOLUTE roWEK IWt mote international bimetallism." yearlings at is inherent. In the United States it ret cents, and eight The report then refers to the support with the majority of the legal voters at 3 rents. Versailles Sun. said to have been civen to international quadrennial elections and 'Squire Chas. Gentry, of Mercer, tells is delegated bimetallism by M. Mel i ne, the French for execution to the men chosen by law. the llarrodsburg Democrat that ho has Premier, in the Chamber of Deputies, It is the duty of loyal citizens then to never known it to fail that a large Iocnst and touches upon the mission to Europe MtUinit to "the powers that be" even in bloom U always followed by a heavy corn of Senator Edward 0. Wolcott, of Colora-d.- i, the vital question of life or death. crop. The bloom this year is very I'ght nhich "was ho ftirccsxful that it led This is not an Athenian Democracy, and, therefore, he thinks that the corn to the appointment of the special mis-bio- n not, futher, a Roman Republic but an crop will lie short of lat year, when the now in France, to which it is ear- advance evolution of liberty and civili- bloom was unusually full. He also says nestly hoped such till be zation. Iteiiigonly one of the people it will be a great honey car becanbo of ncconled by leading nations that an and out of power, it is not my part to say the abundant white clover bloom. agreement will be concluded cat etroric.il ly that the United States is at an early date." BRYAN'S Speech at Cincinnati or is not doing its duty toward Cuba. The report of the Bimetallic League Abstract principles may and mostly Last Week. coiitlinlfh as follow s : do piveni the actions of every thought"WliHu the necessity for international ful citizen. But the difference of views Alter Repealed Ovations, Makes an Eloquent bimetalliBru was never greater than at is the necessity of the submission to Speech. present, the council can with confidence all. When the profound and eloquent Bar-tiS4iliini that necr since 1ST3 have the I prefer I hereloro to speak of my .own had finished Hon, U. J. Bronston prospects been so hopeful. In iew of views rather than censure others, espee tilled the interval to tho arrival of Hon. attempt now making to the terious ially those w ho are in a wider field of a settlement on an international ba- observation. It would hardly be possi- William Jennings Bryan. Mr. Bronston sis, ih earnestly calls ou all friends of ble for the man on shore to run the ship is a beautiful talker nnd greatly pleaded the crowd. When Mr. Bryan came into monetary icfortn to redouble their efforts better than the commander at sea. the hall at 0 33 o'clock he was given a reduring the coining year." Under the Providence of God this ception that would have made a vain The aniiu.il reortof the league expres- world is the sdene of contest between sed the diepebt regret at the dea'h of good and evil, and so will be found. We man much pleasedwith himself. He was Francis A- - Walker, of Bofeton. may safely hope thaf it will bo otherwise escorted into the building by his frjend, l as one of the greatest economic n the infinity of the other worlds. I have Horace B. Dunbar, and a shouting, enthusiastic crowd of' follow ere. The great lo-- t authorities of the century." much of the optimism of my youth, audience took up the enthusiaFni, and Ixrd Aldenham, a director of the Bank and lo ok w illi more seienity upon Pope's for fullv three minute the crowd yelled of England, in a letter to the league, SHid: apothegm "Our objects w ill be gained il the Unit "Let fools about forms of government itself hoarse. His entrance on the stage was the signal for another outburst of ed fctates and France, oreomeothergreat contest; enthusiasm, and the inspiration of the coiuinereial nation, agree to carry the That, which is best administered, is occasion struck the Chairman, who pre natt r through, even without England, beet." sented Mr. Bryan inatery prcttyspceth. though it would bo only political wisdom So far as Cuba is concerned I have Brown said that he wanted to present to add our forces to theirs. It is certain bt en for life against Slavery; and Cuba Mr. that the United Slates means business bus been a laud of slavery from the time the advance agent of truth, who last year had traveled 18,000 miles, and win is anil exjec;s success or the President of the Spanish Conquest. nearer to the hearts of the people than would not have sent Senator Wolcott and 1 am agiiifct slaery there and every-her- e. any other man that lives As Mr. his colleagues to negotiate, and it is fi.it Bryan stepped to the front of the stage isfactory to know from the Chancellorof The Monroe doctrime was good in its the splendid assemblage gave him anoththe Exchequer that he will do all he can day, but not today. er ovation. The distinguished leader of facilitate the mission." America belongs to Americans, and the Democracy appeared in the be6t of Other letters were received from A. J. all others Must c.kt our condition. He began in his characterisBalfour, Henry Chaplin, Alfred delloths-chil- d Great Uritaiu is the robber of the tic wav : the Duke of Fife and the Maupuis world, and Spain is her watch-do'Lanus and Gextlkmkn: I might beof Lome. K11.1 Tiin cuit! gin wIiatT have to say with what we Great Rritian is running upon the used to repeat as schoolboj s, I came not INCOMPARABLE SERVICE. same lines as the Dark Ages. She fol- here to talk ; you know too well the story lows all the fallen empires of the past, of our thraldoni.' The Queen and Crescent trains arc the and must go down in the same way. JUST PASSING THROUGH. finest trains run in the State of Kentucky. She trains her cannon upon us from Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect the Southern seas, from the Pacific, "I was just passing through your city with the main highways of the Great from and wished simply to show my interest the North, from the isle of Cuba Trunk Lines of the North, West and w hen made desert by crimes, equalled in the cause which jou represent. I East. would like to have heard the speech of only by thoe against Greece. to WashThis is the line Shall we wait till she gives the word that brilliant and one of the most able of ington, New York Boston and the East. biiuetallibts, Charles A. Townc. I would Read! Fire! The Queen and Crescent counectswith I and my father, Green Clay, and my lite to have heard General Finley, a pionetery line out of Cincinnati. ancestors of old have fought England for eer, but I have worked hard at my trade T. Stvirr, P. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. nearly one hundred and fifty years. since I fiist went into it. I am sorry I W G. Momian. U. P. A., Lexington, Ky. We have nothing against the people of did nut hear Mr. Dartine, that close rea- England of Ireland, of Wales, of Scot- soner and thinker. I wish you all god Will tha Cotlcctcr's Offics Be Removed? speed. There is a great necessity for orgland Let them all be free. should be banded closeThere is a rumor floating around to We fight not the people, hut the civil anization,-You ly together. Do not be discouraged by the effect that the Collector's office is Lucifer of Earth perfidious Albion the condemnation of agitation. Someco bo removed to Danville- upon the the Infernal Devii of Milton. appointment of Mr. John W.Yorkes 1 want the United States to cover this times I hear high tarifrKepublicansnrgue a collector. We see no good reason Northern Continent to the Southern isth- against Agitation of the silver question, for thi, in view of the fact that our mus 10 keep il intact against the navies and yet I remember that the Home Mar ket Club has nver ceased to agitate new $1CO,000 government building of ihe world forever for a liiyh tariff1. The Bame is true of the will bo ready for occupancy on July Cuba, Samoa and the teles of the I or Atipust 1, and the apartments of and Pacific ocean should be Free. low tariff Democrats. We should never cease to agitato until we get the money Collector of Internal llevcnue are with their own forms of government. handsomely furnished and ready for A circuit of these isles aud South of the constitution. I have only one aruse. Ameiica would give us all the products gument against the agitation of thoBilver Hon. .las. 1. McCreary, of this cily, of the world, and the question of tariff question, and that is that events are so had the olllce of collector moved to aud free trade would be heard no more. shaping themselves that there is no need Richmond when he was in Congress Russii is the great power of the East- of agitation. The last campaign taught in 1K85, and kept it here, lie ern continents and America the great the people that there is6omething wrong. the appropriation for jower of the West. By their Consoli-Hati- Doth parties agreed to that fact. The buiSdiiijjwith a view to tho perthe the earth would be divided but Democrats said that the troub'e was the manent location of the revenue ofllco there's enough for both. New Ulm financial question and the Republcans in sisted that it was the tariff question. Wo here. Were he our Coiigreshinan now (Minn.) Review, June 16. held that the mints should be opened. is safe to say the rumor nevor it STOCK AND FARM. They said not more cash but more confwould have raineLcurrency. idence. We aro in of wishTho following ommeiits would It is aliotit settled that Versailles will ing prosperity, but the attitude will not deny that it to indicate some grounds for the have no tail this summer. beam is very slow in coming. The people are report : Mr. Jas. M. Graves, of Woodford, ex- sick. When a man is sick he wants n Danville people will make a strong hibits a bunch of blue-gras- s cut from bis doctor, and he watches the treatment pull toward having tho revenue ofHco vr.rd, that measures 4 feet and 4 inches prescribed to see if ho gets any better. Hich-nionremoved to that place lrom in height. dol- People who were afraid of a fifty-ceif Hon. John W. Yerkes is apllarrodsburg Democrat: "Tho price of J lar six months ago would be glad to get pointed collector. The ofllco brings dollar now. much money to a towit, and Rich- new wheat when the market opens a twenty-five-cemond will resist the move It was a Bhould be about 70 cents a Ddshel, but if ANY KIND OP A DOLLAR. sad blow to .Lancabterwhen tho office the farmers lose their heads and rush the ' of somo banks that have a was taken from heie. Lancaster Rec- grain in too fust, it may co down as low hard time explaining to their customers The prico of the B6 CO cents for a time. ord. why they are not able to pay in any kind Richmond people are raising n, rip-p- cereal in the local market will depend of dollars. 1 believe that these organizabecause of the prospective remov largely upon what the Southern Market tions will be useful in teaching the peoof the collector's olHcc to Danville will demand. al ple their duties nnd seeing the truth. Mr. Joe A. Cohen went to Cinncinnati When people tell us that agitation is had when Mr. Yerkes is appointed. They of sheep may as well, however, hold theirsouls Monday nicht with a d I say that there is but one remedy undi r peace We have it pretty straight and Iambi that he bought in Anderson a republican form of government like in that tho office will bo removed to county last w eek. lie purchased from ours, and that islo turn over the affairs John Middlcton of that county 30 sheep of the nation So one man, and let him Danville. Stanford Journal. 100-poune he-ct- ne Gci-erarlat-Rvi- l to-da-y. g. At-lun- tic os d, nt nt et car-loa- Manchester, Englaud, June 2. The repoit it ad at the annual meeting of the Bimetallic League. liich opened here today, said the most important eventof the jear was the election for President in the Gen. Cassias Marcellus Clay, the fiery and eloquent abolitionist, whose newspaper ofiice was mobbed because of his y principles and whoso remarkable speeches in favor of alioli-tio- n were delivered under the protccti'n of pistols, is still living in Kentucky at the advanced age of eighty seven anti-slaver- akin POWDER Absolutely Pure years. "'Wc must have tome one to bury the dead, and aro greateful that there are people to do it, but, suppose that in older to stimulate Iheirbusinessanil create an additional demand for coffins, tho undertaker slmmd disseminnte the germs of sma'lpox or unc other fearful disease, imt . t Aaa&iifif.c7?i3arsraixifia;'Sf' fi.U i dojoupii tose that the people would DRUGGISTS! not rie m their majesty and make troubABSOLUTELY GDARSMEED le? The monopoly of the gold standard pin nd booklet far. Ad. RTEKLnG KEMI 01 (0.. CMf aro. Slont real. Can.. ortVerr Turk. u.J b i done this very thing to create human ini'cry aud suffering, and yet has the audacity to ak that the people commend BRIDGEFORD'5 its work. You can not organize too "U V? many bimetallic clubs nor spread the gospel too far. Let it be know n that you want your opponents to onwiize. because SEE THEM I they cannot defend a bad cause. We EXAMIXE THEM! want them to put up the best argument PURCHASE THEM I on their side. We hope that our people are so partrioUc that they rejoice if the and the hundred and one simidefeat of their ideas brine prosperity Let lar ills caused by impure blood ua carry on this woik until victory or inactiye liver, quickly yield crowns our efforts." to the purifying and cleansing Mr. Br an was frequently interrupted properties contained in by applause, although hespokanot more than 20 minutes. When he finished Chairman Brown declared tbe convention adjoined until this morning. Mr. Hitan was followed to the Gibson House by a great crowd, and, with his usual afQUART BOTTLB. fability, he stayed out on the sidewalk and shook, the hands of gcvera' hundred It cures permanently by acting enthusiastic friends. Then ho retired to nrttnrallv rn all ortrans of the flesh- his room, where he held a conference body. Asa blood-cleanse- r, with General Warner and others. it builder, and health-restore- r, 2550 &gmM&&3tS mmks'fi Cutaneous ..Soap. M fRLtrAHTisoTic Young and Old. Rejoice with ns in the Discovery. When a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blight hi-- j life and robs him of all that really make life worth livinv. if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possew the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will send you by mail, iCSULUTE-L- Y KItKK, in plain iackaup. the DK. IAX-IIDU- l), H i4 !&gEflSffi fel ECONOMIST II 0$ Tsar, r Hursert; rot mz Bath ? i g g lT indigestion dyspepsia biliousness RANGE. ,,PfuCE-2- W lit lasts as long as others. Atria! will convince ycc of it3 zreat merit, vm picas: ui: nios; iastioiooj. XHJUr draiiiH. HUFFMAN'S VITAL letntl cuar-ante- e to permanently enre I.tlST ShXUAL WEAK-XKS- S. VAKICOOKLE STOPS forever SKIjK-AP.INK, EMISSIONS org-tns. CHARLES F.MILLER, Mtr. ot FREN'CH MILLC3 TOILET SOAPS AND PERFU.YiLkY, tfobnston Sansaparilla wS SOLD IN t-- ESTABLISHED, 1819. Lancaster, Perm. No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not onre, we would not send our medicine PP.KB to try, and pay when satisried. Write as this may not appear ajruu. Addrecs to-da- eintciated and all unnatural Returns to former appearances m M m W Yestern Medicine Company, Q II:araett Moose, Richmond, Kentucky. well-know- n nCOCrOKAIED. Kalamazoo, 3Iich. tn r. SOLD OX -- .A.l!ol.ite. OVIc A.X Giini-jiiitce. It il njw open I taUm charge of the to the public. Hotel. EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS. & has no equal. Put us in Quart Bottles, and sold at Si each. WILLIAMS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. CLEAN ROOMS AND BEDS, GOOD DONALD'S U V "GRUB," VA The nnnual excursion of the C. II. Detroit, Mich. this yar on July 8th. The rate from Chattanooga, will be $14.25. Tickets will be good seven days. The rate from Cincinnati, will be $7.00. Tickets will be good fiye days. Traingwill leave Cincinnati about 12.00 first-clas- D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur q Take Llrerettcs for Llrer Ills. 25c jj d . Sold by D Z. & T. B. Taylor, Waco, Ky. ::SADDLERY.::: s Xoon. The accommodations will be in every particular. Elegant day coaches, Pullman and Wagner sleepinu cars. The route is the most interesting of any. Going via Toledo, Detroit and the Michigan Central Railway through the best part of Southern Canada, direct to the Falls. This is the only line, that passes close to the brink, from which a full and complete view ot both the American and Canadian Falls can be seen to adnntai:e. Kingara is one of the greatest wonders on the globe everybody knows of Niagara, and everybody wants to go there. The C. H. & D. It'y was the AtWaltkbAzbell's Livery Stablk. first to inaugurate these cheap excursions, e All kinds of harness, die per and always has the best accommodations than can be bought any where in Richmond. provided for its patrons. Persons desir- Qire us a trial and be continceJ. Satisfaction ing full information about this excursion, guarantee!. feb2Mf should address the undersigned and a descriptive circular will be mailed you. c c 2 03 cooag" D. G. EDWARDS, THEPass'r Traffic Mg'rC. H. & D. It'y, Cincinnati, Ohio. win BY t. RICHMOND. Furnished or Unfurnished Iloomi, cool refreshing breezes pass throash the house all the time, the best citt jrn water in the city, come and get a cool refreshing dnn'x. it'll IIULIUJ2 TMCCREATEST WORM OCSTROYLR tall d. the: bsc EAST AM3 fLASHT TO TAK. BS Emirelv Ttcetable Most certain and failmi; Worm Destroyer T fcVEK DISCOVERED. V Sold for a quarter of a cen- tarv with continually increas ing demand, lmnlc a moment Does this not mean merit ? ncx-er- 3 fi 4 Everything' is in good order nnd I promise to keep it so. Open day aid night, office open to gentlemen, they are e.come to come in, sit down or stand if they desire: talk, chew, spit an! smoke to th!ir heart's content, Come Again And Again And So On. Come and lit me serve yon 3IY MOTTO IS "Do right Smallest dose Easiest to take. u X F X V. V " k 125,000 Children yearly Sent to their Graves by Worms. - bv everybody, everyday and all the time. Very truly yours, HcDONALD'S ten,.,., J. F. STONE, Prop. , When lilious or cosine eat :t CaKcarf-tcandv tat lartic, cure suaranteed, 10, 25c. j IPRICE,drnnctstsarol IEICIn XIOX.5 23o. dealers Forsaleby all mHelses.c Manufactured only b the proprietor, o. CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would bave saved them all. q ?'Geo. hand-mad- l Tig bPHiisi b H 11 J uryOtr " I HflfSBS stszs r ittci-.viii- "ra. may5-6m- o White. L. & 3N. K R. K. 0. DIVISION. Ix Effect March 1, IS9& -- Kentucky Fair Dalss- - At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Fair Association, in the Willard Friday afternoon, the following were elected officers for the comiug yean President, W. I. Samuels, Bardstown; Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Bowling Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond; Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. Carroth-ere, "Ixniisville. The committee appointed to make list of dates for this season's fairs submitted the following, which was adopted by the meeting: Versailles, Tuesday. Ju'y 20. Richmond, Tuesday, July 27. Danville, Tuesday. Augusts. Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10. Rardslown, Tinsday, August 17. Eliztbethtown, Tuesday August 24. Bowling Green, Wednesday, Septem- i BICYCLE S ""'J The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- j George Thorpe, "m j &- lv. Express for Cincinnati, arv a. ji. Paris, Jlajfeville, Wilt- - p. if. Chester and I.exinirtoH mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-r- . m. ville. 'Winchester and 2.05 Lexington mail. Livinjrton, Loudou, Jel- 1.10 lico. Pineville. Fas line for Livingston, 11.43 Iudon.Jellico KnoxviHe a. it. Fast line for Cincinnati, 3 10 Paris. Winches-txr- . r m. Rowland. Lancaster and 1.23 Stanford. C.23 7.23 I f 3 tention. Kichmon I Kv. Heady to do all Limit of blacks 11 ithing prir.ptly in the best workmanlike manner. between Second ,Street,of Dillingham Main and building, rear 1.95 125 . x. 319 p. yt. 11.43 The Cheapest Prices, You Get The Favorite Stable. the Profits Telephone Yonr "Ccnsia," Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen "by buying direct front the manufacturer. 7 a. m 10:10 Frankfort & Einctai 1, Sailway. v- HGHEST GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICZABLE. tp P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No.2C. 33 In Effect March 187.1 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST! BOUND. (J o () f Every Wheel Guaranteed. Send for catclopie. ( WEAK &1EH RilAOS VISOCUS j Ivre I 0 i MKPSHiRE CYCLE HFB. CO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. '; Responsible dealers incited to rcspora 11n us. ber 1. Paducab, Tuesday, September, 7. July 13 will be offered to Winchester, which was not represented at the lneet-in- $ cor- - $ (B fsxfs&rssM y v i i l- -- 1- 1- X A iTT V ff v yS1 v V 1 S ;;"if. i No better wheel made than the v -- Cr' g- JO OO OD OO C 3C3 may23-6m lCAY. 29'"0At. VibM IST"SST. -- .'Vt &.' Acme Bicycle skilled workmen. ushi the best material and the moit improved machinery. IVo havs no agents Sold direct from factory to the iitlir, fully warranted. Shipped an'where for examination. WRITE FOR Arr Elkhorn. ' Switier.. Stamping " Duvalli Ground " Georgetown Lve Georgetown- Arr Newtown- -. 44 44 rrantfort a.Bi. . . . . . ' Centrevillc Elizabeth . .HM. C. T. CALDWELL, of P.trkeraburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. rAEKEusnuno, W. Va., -Uhcr c, I'alltnir 3ici-tVfat'uc " ue4 and XV&7? tt V o9 'Ci! esotses u The best seller ever produced. Agents are ftdisertiUji ait ejects cittran!y iue ora. ? taking as many as 230 orders per weeK Iliware 'Jon'tlctdrcmriBt irapooawoithV'Hi?u' f .rrt lu'e of fraudulent imitations. for outCt and rou I yields RKrtAZ?TTT2.i in to. befrin irork at once. W. B CONKHV COMnn b carried la rasft poc-lmxLia " pliln PANY, Publishers, 311 Dearborn Street icr. 1 per hox. or O lor 9lt rltn mayll-8rZt-t J'Rfun-- l i 4itnnteo Cnry. Paniphlflttrcc. tSold iT rtmzJs. A- s-S-os-iruCL1-cag- 6. ct. w n riITV"DOLLR3A WEEK E31LY JtADE T Agents wanted in every locality for Hon. W. J. Bryan's great book, "The First Bsttle." fU ncarccorcrjpaUtfu. Aiitcct to Cure A, It nctspowrrfally ar.d qulrkiy. Youn xnn tliors AT- "vC ' vlr. rTrnccf, Xhi VI '!. - ji.s ?.n n: c 1. Edit in our cwn factory by Pans 7 M 7 30 8 M 8 Yi 8 Ti 82 3 W it 7 K 6 6 38 S 46 pjn. 3 'JB 33 3 W 3 58 4 IS 4 30 I 4 5K 4 58 5 IP J 8 WEST BOUND. Arr Elizabeth 44 CcntrcTille 44 Georgetown Lve Georgetown DuTalls- . Arr 44 Stampins Ground. 44 Switzer 44 Lve Paris a.m. S 20 p 5 ' 9 32 9 SA t. 30 II !1 S 43 S 88 6 JO 6 38 Newtown- - Cr BED WETTING CURED mcia-l- y rt W- - . . . M W 90 M SS 11 W MM Our interesting Offer Acmo Cyclo Co., EiVhart, Ind. an27-C- m 44 44 Wis. OR NO PAY. Mks. U. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee, Sohl by Kichtr.oml Dru? Co. sud G. White. 7 ?Q 1155 C. D. BEUCAW, GenT Pass. Agent. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Sapt. Frankfort, Kentucky. Elkhorn- Fnntfort - lias 1135 6.8 6 W 7 5 January The Whigiit Men. Co., 2G, 1095. UE0. W. U1I.EY Of Shelbyville, SOUTHERN RAILWAY, ) Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I first beiran taking them while at Hot Springs, Atk, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and have nsed them ever since. With, pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly j'onrs, Ciiam.es T Caldwell. Sold by T. S Hagan, Druggist. Price 50c cuts and $1.00 per box. Call at dru g 6- - store and get tree sample. Ky., Recommends Wrijlit's Celery Capsules. Shelbvville, Ky., Slay 26, '96, To (IN KENTUCKY Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: (JputB I have purchased a box of Schedule In effect May Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. K. Miildelton, druistj and used llicm t r No. I. EA3TBOUKD Sour ?tomacb, Torpid Liver and Consti7 ibam IvjuUTltle pation and found that they ctvo rre im- L.V. shelbyville.. a loam Ar. mediate relief even' time. 1 thiu t it an Ar.t.i'rencob's. 9 53 am 10.17am Ar. VersaU'cs.. excellent remedy. msoam Ar. Lexington.. Yours very truly, WESIBOUf-Na a 7.jam Lv. lzinston. 0 Geo. W. Rilev. a Ham Ar. Versillles.., 8. 35am Ar.La'renccb'sr. 3.;am Ar. Sholbyvllle. HOW TO FIND OUT. Ax. LoulsTllle.. 2. 1897. No. -S. a Na 7. 5.47pm 8.31pm d 35 pm S.rOpm &Mro St 48pm T.jpm 10 IQpm No. J. Na 4. 5.10pm 3 (bum 4.S).m iipm I IIKTO property against homes tanke mi Bto Eailway. Time of Trains at TVinchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Aecom Eastern Express for LonisTille Morehead and Lexington Accom- New York Limited F. F. V 6 55 7 30 3 00 4 50 . am am pin pm business Insure your and 5.3fpi. &00p3 s.ssm 3.43am BOOara 10.53am 8.13pm .iptri diSam Fire $ Tornado. I ' Trains Nos. 1,3, Chair Cars. i and 0 carry Free Obserra-tlo- a TWO . FARM! lEIr W. EVANS, M. D., rjiYsicus and Surgeon, - Kentucky. Richmond. ... V DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond B O.I'.ccati'I residence ou Third Street. ... ,. fcfslglgSkli3fes Milt K, BBL W W. L. DOUGLAS .00 SHOE w Pce. The Style, Fit nnd Wear could not be Impraveit for Double the V. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 yftfllrd and $5.00 Sfiocs are tie workmen, from, the best maproductions of terial possible to cut into shoes sold at these prices. B UK. A. Br W1L.1V.US ri.-TVA-T SMITH, ennmrnxr Kkxtucky T-W- l BmllllSi5. WeiaaJceaisoouand3snoesiof $i50, $2jX) and $J J5 for boys, and &'kBwffiv!$5?iaBSX men, asa the W.1, Douglas $oo0 folice fhoc, very suitable tor letteroimers, polkemtn tsd others having much walking to do. TTe arc constantly adding new styles to our already large Tarlely, and there Is no rea- son wit tou cannot do suiiea, so insist on iavlm; V. L-- Douste Shoe t rom your - H Ri H Huos'u, to M BJiiJgSjisgSBgt . limited to f Br f J. C. Mouctx. J. A. Yates. I Bi BlarnRR4"N & "VATFi? -D- ENTISTS, ,. f li ran, 9j ... 4 ,.. . M. !,..... Iwjcrs, 'SJSsSgsSSI3 .; 1:00 Tlivsiciana and all economical W. U Douilu Shoes because they menwtar arothebeit. R.CUM0ND, - - - KSNTUCKV "fBIA VBaLv"t Bfte gS&( lP4WKg. PKV S!?Tfri Bu':P. BBSifcrflfe3- BBi F.rleby -.. """ rise only the belt CaLf, It umU We Calf (all colors), French Patent Calf, French Enamel, VIci Kid, etc., graded, to correspond with prices k ut'b- -Main street, orer JHadisoa Kattonall Blm m, - BJ; BBl r, -- ofthesnoes. If dealer cannot supply you, . writ cZtHto&iil' t think, net and enjey for us. As long as laws are made by and for the people wo must have agitation and discussion. The way to stop it is not to Bay,. 'Peace, be still, but to remove tho cause of it. A painter was asked to Taint a picture of the Children of Israel crossing the lied Sea. The piclure, was to be on the side of a church, and no one was to see it unThe undersigned has three separate small til it was finished. When it was done, farms which he offers at private sale ncparately there 'was disappointment for all the or together. All three arc situated at painting disclosed was an open rough sea. Some one asked the artist why he STATION, didn't show the.Children of Israel, and he said that they Had crossed over. Then on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain become he was respectively 83 and 1S5 acres, and are well andjjho replied that they watered and well improved farms. There Is hosts, bad gone BBder. 'jXhis was the wav it no better land in Madison county, most of 1 beingbe with' flie flnancialtquestiorf thosilverpeoileJronld have crossed 'to --RICH BOTTOM LAND- .i the ouoside,and the gold standard wou!d It is a fine neighborhood and:' accessible by have gone underii. ' turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, "nulls, Mr. JBryanreda clipping, from a pa- etc.,aU?thiitarailoo White'sStatlon Post per showing theigreat deprpciatuniiiof Office, te&tallcs from Kichmoad: cash, TERMS Sale wilTbe jaade farm lands in EBfianuV under .the same conditions tliut bt.Ve brought the aume balance- to salt purchaser.. Forpartica!rst addre fl -results ill this cointry; Hek continued: "i - tj i .v5- - ' 1FORS SAL - WHITE'S Fill a bottle or common watur glass XASTBOUSD. WBiTBOUSD No It. Na U Na lit STAlIOSS. a it. with urine and let stand tv.enly-fou- r Zrpu 7 4 mm'liV Loulsvll Ar .lopinla5iini bours; a sediment or settling indicates a CLXpm 9.35amjArLarncbrsAr iSpmj Siiam ,7.3pm iaiJimArHarocUlgAr 4.X!pm 7.SSam diseased condition of tho kidneys. ,7.40pm 0." mAr UarjJln L.v ".ibim WESTBOUSD lASTOOnSD When urine stains linen it is positive rATiu.-No. 13. tNo 67 Nal8 rNo evidence of kidney trouble. Tco fre Lsucm 7.43am Lv IuLsvll Ar ,U33m 8.15pm 5. 47pm 9.10am Ar Shelbrtl Ar 9. :0am 0.45pm qucnt desire to urinate or pain iu the Sacpai 10.17am ArVerslles Ar E 03am 4.npm Arilidw.iy Ar 7 turn IJSpm 7a)pm U.C0am back, is also convincing proof that tho 7J0pin 1115pm ArGeontta Lt 7 15am 00pm WEStBOCSIX. . A3tnonsn. kidneys and bladder are out of order. TNo" 1. ItXo. 5.1 STATIONS. tNo 6,tNa 2, V2AT 70 DO. 7.4 am 4.C)Dm! i.t Imlivil Ar Ubi m 8.1pmi .aaam 5,S0pm 10.21.im d..,7pnt.T yerslles Ar is comfort in tho knowledge 11.00am Tpra.Ar NichlTlU Ar 6.".imj 4.40pm There ll.iSpm 8.30pm! rR!chmo'd Lt GLOTiamt 3 4ipHi so often expressed, that Dr. Fjilmer's Oopm Laopm; lAr trvino i.T Swamp-Roo- t, No. No. 3. the great kidney Remedy STATIOKS. 7 45am 7.3 pm Lotilsrlile. fulfills eery wish iu relieinj: fain m Lt. Lexington. ia0am WlOpm Ar. the. back, kidneys, liver, blnditer auu Ar, Knoxvllla.. 8.(Mpm 7.30am I. I5pm Ar. AsbCTllle..... evervnartof the urinary pasakes. It Ar barannah...... iOOam ftlCaat corrects inability to hold uri.ie and Ar. J ickioarlllc. 7.4upm ti.uoitn Ar. scalditig'pain in pas&ing it, or bat effects Ar. CaaHiaooga..., 500im ll.:0iin Atlanta... I 1 1 epresent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share cf Who your patronage. Wanted-f- ln licolo ef some pot eo Idea thlas can think to Protect your ldu: they may bring yon wealth. S. F. ROCK, Writs JOHN WtDDEHBCES & CO. Patent lel-l- EAST BOUND. 9 15 ara Lexington and Morehead Accom 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom. 9 23 pm Washington Expresg Accommodation trains ran dally except San-da- y. Other trains ran daily. Through sleeping and dining car senrice to New York. For information, rates orsleeperresenrations K. HOOD. Aeent call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. & O. Ry., Lexington. Ky. D. P. A. C s CS. 1 . 2ftfSec. Street, fUp Stairs). Hers, O. CL. for toelr t UO prlxo offer ml list ot two hundrtxl tsTeatloss wanted- e 31 ladisoii lonumentai Works, IBXOSZjvEOnSTO, ST2" a 2! .2 A H 1 -- 1 A j- ;- w C cc a t. O fp r aslted-whatiia- d ' one-thir- d - - J -- .. f - "''Ti ri r.- -, , l i, 'ivVheallrt fSvrWi5'tliat"lwbiad kii-'JiisJ- iit Ml . . .. . 't ..': . .i x1t. . , . r S - , . . . . j- - ..t. :r, Fj rr s- r- is jfc,.s: i T5rtr ii " iir. ,' jri USr'2 CitiSi.i n nrzf . - .. i. ".. jf - - ' i ' ,: !&&' es - ijr - i & a wimp " ci.p Sfcv uepi if. wmter ' .-- V - tf r? at IdrasBito r "W.-DrKinMsrA-'Co.- , BiBftbaiapto! fife propruKor" of "tluspapwr MsveXm 5 tfe jwousseaeea o( tliSrBr. 3 ., C;. v 910nm aiOnra .cessify Ar Jacksonville... and overcomes that:unplea-nutrSOipm aooam Lt. Chittanoo.-a..- . 1, worn lO.VJam or being compelled to get up maj y times Ar. Birmingham... 4.4 iim s.41pm Ar. Meridian... ... urinate. T e. mild. Ar, Ne Orleans... durinz the. nitrlit to ItSJam! 8 55pm and the extraordinary ciTect of wanin- - Na I carries Free Chair car Louts v!H tof Lexington there coanoctln? with Solid VesU- Rookia soon realized. It stands tai Train carrying mumaa aieepmg ua Tia for its wonderful cures of tac most Chattanooga to isirmtngnam, aoa ie w urieass. tal No. 3 carries Pallman Sleenar LonlSTKls to distresKine cases. If you need aipedicine rAttAnnAcnt. and A4I&nta &Iao LszinfTtaa ta! vcu elioultl luvre tho be--l. SoWipy arnsr-- JacksonTiUoTi Hot. Springs. AsaeTtUe. asd! OrKibtSj prite fifty cents and ortft dollar. rv.mnartmcnt S!erer Lextucton ta Now leans. 1dra sample b'ottle and ainphjpt, Ioth i " - rUally Excepc Sunday fSnt free by mat!, montfon tho rvlJt.VA, JU WHBDOW.P, &T. A., S. T. SwiEr. P-- AlT-- j l I 1 ilse-high- follow inj: use of liquor, wine jr beer, Ar. Macoa 8.15am 11 lOpnr w" O - - Ik J 7 . ? . . .MANUFACTURER. AND DEALER IN -! GRKN1TE 'AJffl a bu-- r e) AXL XmjJS OF MONUM9NTS, CE2CETERY WOXKl - V. andsenljonr;full poet-oiS- ce '.m:M H LatsvlUe,JCy,- - . GtwwJ.Gen. Sbp4., X. M. Lexfcwtoa. Xy Cslp, T. JCj m :Jw,tJierjxzrticulitf'8xjirke&i jy Sjs &'. address, r'U a 2si v- - mMMnOtJa.r P. A. ,. iTAT VJL.Q. 9,M wvTa.M. - . ?:, K '.: - i , .!l:t -- -t r ' 4? , . .f ; ,- - p 1" been under the constitutional ard of both metals? missioners. Tne act in question was drawn by 'If I owe a $1000 mortgage it would the committees ou revenue and taxa- be a mighty good thing for the mortIVCKV WEDNESDAY BT rCBUHHKD tion and if finally invalidated knocks gagee to receive his pay at the rate of Co. out the most important part of the 2for$I. ThG NOT A OKXT. otherwise valueless legislation by "Suppose there were only one per the Republican General Assembly. Proprietors. U Z.LLEltT' Associate Editor.tutors. Under another act passed the son living on the surface of this globe C E. WOODS, warrants held by asylums and other how much gold would ho be worth? charitabte institutions, for whose "England is the world's greatest PRICE PKK YEAll, $1.50. the Bond bill was passed, would creditor; the United States is at once $1.25 be given interest-bearinIN ADVANCE, warrants tho greatest debtor and producer. It after July 1, and by this operation it is, as Mr. Gladstone says, to the inter1897 is estimated that the State would by est of England's creditor classes to WEDNESDAY. JUNE put to nn additional cost of from $10, enhance the value of gold, because it 's ANNOUNCEMENT- CANDIDATES 000 to S15.C00 interest if Judge enables them to wring more and more decision, Invalidating the bond from the unfortunate debtor. But it issue, hokls good. is to our interest to put down the valFOR COUNCILS! EN. ue of gold, because by doing so we "We are authorised toannounce Henry L. Pekuy a candidate for Councilmaii KITS BUILDING 'ASSOCIATIONS HARD. raise the value of everything wc have from University Precinct, subject to the to sell, and lighten the burden of our pction of the Democratic primary, July It is almost certain that the build- debt. 15th. ing and loan companies operating in "How much would a national bank We are authorized to annonuce K. P. Kentucky will be forced to cease op- note or v. greenback bo worth if there Death eraoe a candidate for Councilman erations since the decision of the was no law supporting it? Nothing from the University Precinct, subject to Court of Appeals rendered Saturday. at all. the action of the Democratic party. For the past week every man in the "After silver had perfectly performState of Kentucky interestedin any ed the work of money for 4,000 years way in these companies has been wi h no complaint anywhere on the watching with feverish interest for score of inconvenience, they suddenly news from Frankfort relative to the bring to light tho alleged fact that suit, which meant everything to it is too heavy and bulky for money many of them. use, and they indulge in no end of to the sarcasm at tho expense of the 'cartThe adverso decision companies came as a great shock, as wheel' dollar. One would imagine it was confidently believed that the from their talk that silver had from court would decide favorably to some inscrutable cause changed its them. The court holds that even the specific gravity. dues are "interest." and that the r '"WAS A.I.V KlCJHT TIIEX. borrowers, who have been pay!ng "Silver was all right when It had to from 12 to 17 percent, in dues and in- be carried fram country to country on terest, are entitled to recover or be mules and camels, or in stage coachcredited by all in excess of a G per es, or old fashioned sailing craft; but DEMOCRATIC TICKET cent- - interest he lias paid. in modern railroad train or ocean A full copy of the opinion has not steamer is not equal to its transportabeen received in this city, but enough tion because of its bulk and weight. For Clerk of Court of Appeals is known to know that the law under SAM J. SHACKELFORD, "The fact that the silver from l'oto-of Daviess county. which they have been operating is and Mexico fair)- - lifted Europe unconstitutional, and that the result from the misery and debasement of will be a big thing for the borrowers the dark ages, is one fact they 'appear For Circuit .Tndpe THOMAS J. SCOTT, with a small nuiriber of shares of ta have forgotten. of Madkoii county. stock and a big loss to those who 'Under bimetallism, gold and silhave purchased the stock as a matter ver would compete with each other of investment. For Comniomvealth'b Attorney in supplying tho demand for money D. A. ORUTCHEU, The following is the ofllcial synop- just as effectually as spring wheat and of Jessamine counlv. sis of the decision: winter wheat compete with each othFirst The urovision of the build- er in supplying the demand for bread. ing and loan statutes, to the extent IJeprcHintative, "If the present gold standard gives W. COMBS. that it authorizes the exaction of us an honest dollar, then internationmonthly or weekly premiums of G per al bimetallism, by making it cheapcent, per annum, in addition to G per er, will make it a 'dishonest' dollar. County Judge, P. II. SULLIVAN. centum per annum legal interest, on "The free coinage of silver will insums loaned members of the associa- crease the supply of money with County Attorney, tion, is violative of the constitutional which to pay higher prices, while the provision inhibiting the legislature higher tariff will not add a dollar to the J. TEV1S C0BI5. from passing any special or lecil law world's stock of money. Sheriff; regulating the rate of into: est, as "Mr. John Shorraan says that the well as contrary to the provision of best dollar is the one that will buy the II. II. COJ.YER. the bill of rights prohibiting the most. If that be true we have a short grant of seperate or exclusive privi- and easy way to prosperity. All we Circuit Clerk, S. II. Til OIJPE, J It- leges to any man or set of men. have to do is to wipe out of existence Second The subscription for stock a large portion of the money wo now in such associations and the ad- have, make it exceedingly scarce (the County Clerk, vance of money theron are nothing scarcer the better), greatly increase JOHN F. WHITE. more than a lending and borrowing its purchasing power and the thing is of money, and the premium is inter- done. Jaikr. LACKEY. JAMES est exacted for the Use of the money "When the great panic of 1803 came in addition to the legal rate of inter- we had the McKinley law, the highest, and such premum is usury. Assessor, est tariff ever enacted, and the law T. O. CUIiliY. was not changed until 15 mouths after That the friends of pilver are ready the panic burst upon us. Superintendent Public Schools, for another fight with the advocates ot HAXXA'S rxSELFIsI! PATRIOTIC!. J. W. WAGEKS. the gold standard is evidenced by the "A few like Mr. Ilnnna, of your large attendance at the convention of the state, are chiefiy concerned about Coroner, Ohio Bimetallic League held at Cincintheir own election, and, of course, M.G. IJKOWN. nati last week, v lieu "Win. J. Bryan. want a law that will make their callCol. Geo. Washington, Gen. E. B. ing sure. Don't misunderstand me. Surveyor, ex Congressman Towne, Gen. A. J. 1 am not accusing Mr. Hanna of selfS F. ROCK. Warner and Editor Bartine, of Nevada, ishness. On the contrary I know, as addressed the assemblage of 500 dele- all the rest of yau know, that iu dePj:ices of farm products continue gates from Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia siring a full term after the expiration to go up, while the piic of silver and Kentucky. Many grand old war- of Ins present one, he is actuated by continues to fall. These facts de- riors of both parties were there to seethe the loftiest patiiotibin, and the most stroy the foundation upon which reorganization of the forces which had complete spirit of self sacrifice. He half of the silver arguments of lat so bravely and undauntedly withstood has promised the people prosperity. overwhelming numbers, and while forced lie knows that it will take him at fall wore based. Pantagraph. What's grabbed you ? The price of to temporary retreat; are massing for least six years to make delivery; but voters in Ohio probably has goue up, an onslaught that would be irresistible. he is determined that the people but if there has been one good sale in There was a genuine feast oi niKtory, the have prosperity, no matter how long Madison in five years wc can name a .Vat parts taken bj W. J. Bryan, rhose it takes, what hardships he may have speech is on our first page, Mr. Towne, to undergo, or what personal sacrifice hundred poor ones. . Hon. II. F. Bartine, Hon. C. J. he may be compelled toinnkeln order "Bkyan ig the legitimate and logGen. Warner and others. to give it to them. He is even anxical candidate of all the silver forces The Climax, which was represented ious to take upon himself all the arfor President in 11)00." in the person of one of its editors, gladly duous duties of a United States "This is the emphatic and un- reproduces below the salient points in Senator, not for his own sake perish qualified opinion of Senator Teller, Mr. Bartine's address. the thought but simply and solely who has returned to Washing-iiiKto- n This was a notable occasion, made that prosierity, like h and was in his seat in the sen- memorable by the permanent organiza- dove, may settle upon tho humble cot ate's chamber for the first time in tion of all elements opposed to the single of eyery honest toiler in the land, several weeks. He looked benefitted gold standard. yf 'But you all know as much about by his needed rest, and was given a Gems from the Speech of Hon. H. F. Mark Hanna as I do, and I will not most cordial greeting by his colcl Nevada. squander time in expatiating upon leagues, who, without regard to The speech of lion. H. F. Bartine, his virtues. It ij well, though for party, have for him the highest reyou not to lose sight of the fact that spect, 'As time rolls on,' continued was replete with telling points in favor of the remonetization of silver. he is only human, and that omnisMr. Teller, 'Bryan will be more and not a human attribute. He more the legitimate and logical can- The following are gems from his ad- cience is promised prosperity immediately updress : didate. I believe he will be the "Did the adoption of gold by Portu- on the election of McKinley. Seven nominee of the silver forces in the gal lift that country into the position rnd a half months have rolled away, next national campaign, and that up to date we have not even there will be no difficulty in combin- of a first class power? Did the change and of Germany from silver and gold to heard a rustle of the bird's wing. A on him." ing silver alone in 1857 degrade the Ger- man who can so easily be mistaken Judge Cantkill, of the Franklin man character or check the progress seven and a half months, may possiCircuit and State Fiscal Courts, of that great people? Did the change bly be mistaken seven and a half holds unconstitutional the act passed back from silver to gold in 1873 at years. 'My friends, prosperity cannot be by the late Legislature authorizing onc3 lift them mentally, morally, so restored this country by higher taxes the State to issue $500,000 worth of cially or industrially? Did the clos by taking more away from those bonds. This is the most important ing of the East Indian mint to silver act passed by that late unlamcnted in 181)3 improve the industrial condi- who are already the poorest and giv. body, it being the only measure tion of that country? Has the estab- ing it to those who are already the which afforded immediate relief to lishment of the gold standard by San richest. Neither can it be done by the bankrupt State Treasury. The Domingo or Liberia had any percept taking money out of the arteries of judgment was rendered by Judge ible effect in elevating, dignifyingand trade and piling it up in the Treasury Cantrill in an agreed case testing enriching those states? Has the de of the United States. 'Why, my friends ; there has nevthe validity of the act, having been monetization of silver made the Amer er been a minute during the last five submitted to him by the .Eastern ican Republic greater, richer aud Kentucky Lunatic Asylum and the more pragressive than it would have years when tho government could not meet every obligation. In that sense there has never been a deficiency, and if there had been there was plenty of silver lying in the treasury, an idle and useless mass, weich could Tew have been coined to meet it; and it would have been within both the spirit and the letter of the law' to have used it for that purpose. Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. "I have not the slightest faith that we shall ever get an international agreement, unless "wo force one by Hot Weather Goods taking the first step. Our commisIn Great Variety. sioners abroad are of course havings good time. They are being courteously received and well entertained, as everybody knew they would be. At the banquet board, where they are the guests of enthusiastic European The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing RICHM State Board of Sinking Fund . g O N D standro-li- of F'TY upon her arrival homo the E. W. S Club will form a house party, to be given by Mrs. John Taylor, of Madison county. Lexington Argonaut. One of the largest, swellest and most enjoyable social functions which have graced local society in many moons, was the reception given on Thursday night by Mrs. C. D. Chenault to her guests, Mrs. S. G Humphreys and Mrs. L S?. Johnston, of Woodford. More Che-naulta- " Com- ., Can-trill- enough for me, and it ought to bo good enough formally American citizen who has the best interests of the country at heart. "The star of Win. J. Bryan has risen iu the "West. Let tho true Democrats of the country take that star as their guide, let them follow the road lighted by its rays, let there be no wavering or faltering or temporizing with the uncertain element!, and I believe the silver Republicans will go with them to tho end. We can accept the Democracy of Bryan, but wo will not accept anything that is even tinctured with that peculiar brand of Democracy which is exemplified in the persons of Grover Cleveland and Jno. G. Carlisle, for. in our opinion, it is botli and than three hundred invitations had been issued, and hence there was a ery large attendance. Mrs? Mary Nealo Thompson and Miss Margaret Chenault assisted in entertaining; Miss Mariawillie Smith dispensed iced tea, while Miss Minna Crutchcr presided at tho colossal punch bowl. The dining room was a symphony in pink, the hall a yellow poem, whilst the air was redolent with the perfume of Japanese incense. The supper was notably excellent and served in the Mrs. Lou L. Hume, of Irvine, vis- height of fashion. Misses Florrie Bettie Taylor distributed the ited hero Thursday. souvenirs. A feature of the evening Attorney Leonard A. West, of Ir- was tho singing of Mrs. Harry B. vine, was here Thursday. Hanger and the violin renditions of Judge A. R. Durnam is at home for Mrs. John T. McClintock. Altogether his two months' vacation. the, affair was recherche and will long Mrs. Ne.de Bennett has returned be remembered. from a visit to Mt. Sterling. PERSONAL. Growing Worse to the North Tho excursion opens this year with u great deal of promise. Liver and Stomach Troubles Too The Fiagara Fails &;aon will bo Ablo to Co Weak vto Work-H- ow with rates lower than ever AH Her Housework. before made, from all points on tho Q. "I was under tho euro of a physician fc C. route, Thursday July 8. for two years and ha was treating mi for This excursion will be run stomach and Ifvcr troubles and femalo cinnati, C. II & D. K'y to Toledo and difficulties, but I only grew worse undor Mich. Cent, via Detroitto Niagara his treatment. I was so weak I coa.d do Falls, the world's greatest wonder. hardly any wort. I was at last Induced Special trains of tho 3rft chLss coach- to try Hood's Sirsaparilla and Hood's es and Pullman sleepers will leave Pills and these medicines have donurao Cincinnati at noon J.uly 8, and tick- eo much good that I now weigh 112 ets from Q. & V. points" will be on sale pounds and cm able to do all my houseshould have been for trains that make the connection, work. I firmly believe Iliad not been for in my grave today if it goood to return until Suly 11. My littlo glti wai Hood's Sarsaparilla. This.is one oi tho most completely afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood's popular trips known to the American Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her." public, and Niagara is visited by MH3. K. S. IIasfeb, 701 University thousands of Americans every year. Avenue, Knorvills, Tennessee. Tho present opportunity is an uuusn.nl one, and you should see your Q & 0. parHIa agent, or address the undersigned for space at the carlics: possible date. Is the best-- tn fact tho One TrueBlood ruriller. The rate from Nlch'lasville will be &.t all drnsgist. Be sure to get Jlooi.'t. $yJ0 for the round trip. . cure lirerim.casrtc take, FlOOd S FlIIS easy tooperats. SSoents. J. W. CooiancK, Agt. sea-son Niagara Fifi fls.'WP & WlfT27TK .-- 1 Was iWoman's Ss 7 via-Cin- - Creates Dislike Is Spring Cleaning and why not make il a lie more pleasant her. rlQOti S Mr. Ward Goodloo, of Danville, is visiting Mrs. Oliver Gregory. Prof. Torter, of Lexington, was MARRIED. si with relatives here this week. Miss Nannie Hite Rowland, of Danville, is with Mrs."S. B. White. Mrs. 0. K. Marshall, of Harrods-burg,visiting Mi's. J. S. Collins. Mrs. Garner, of Missouri, is visiting Mesdnmcs J. W. and Henry Herndon. Miss Elizabeth Barrett, of Louisville, is the guest at Capt. J. Speed Smith's. Mr. Allen Zaring attended tho n Kentucky Millers Association at Thursday. Miss Minva 1'ark Phelps has fiom Stanford, Hor stay was. a most delightful one. is Ixx-ingto- Dozikh-Pakkk- k. At the resi-thi- s deuce of Congrave Taylor, in city, Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Horace Dozier and Miss Sallie Parker were united in marriago by Rev. Wyatt, pastor of the College Hill M. title of "Marvelous Adventures By a Hero of Kentucky, " and dedicated to his esteemed friend. Mr. Bud Dunn. It will contain a full and interesting acBaxter Vicloe Harris Maple Mrs at boyhood; Hrwes II T R Hug letter count of Mr. Ballard's life Burnett Brocns his courtships and marvelous escapes in Henry Mary Burton Belle Campbell Marjr Miller Creacy the Glade's; bis enthusiastic work u QalWpj' Mnjniie PiljgJ M matter and politics, anil a truthwalker David Gentry lomie ful sory of "Tncle Bill," his old colored wilmore Lizzie 2 Green Henry S locking up Jli, WILLIS, Postmaster. servant,and taking him lxok inin the I iiggy general it house; the will be one of the most intereMiiig pub CORRESPONDENCE. Mentions that has eer been presented to us List of Letters. SHE NEEDS A GKEAT MANY i i New Things To take the place of those worn out a:ul t V1 passed entirely out of st! them, she needs them in the ..n i ,; Mr. J. T. Jones is back from Nashville Corn is selling hero at 2 per barrel and scarce at that pries. Miss Myrtie Farria spent Saturday in Richmond with relatives. Aiuiccki.c To Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mfcs Kathleen Poyntz. of Richmond, Arbuckle, Weducsday night, a lxy Joel is visiting Miss Marietta Jones. Kmbry. He is a regular 10 to 1, W. J. Mit-Bcvie Turley, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Bessie Hockailay. Bryan, W. J. Stone Democrat. Prof. II. L. Wallace, of Paint Lick, will teach the fall school at Blythe Sohoolhouse. W. F. Powers, wile and daughter,-o- f Mrs. J. W. Smith and son Prenton 2 Davis. Near Leroy, Illinois. June Richmond, spent spent Wednesday with Col. and Mrs. of typhoid fever, Mrs. Maggie, wife of Powers and family. Sunday with John J J. Brooks, at Cynthiana. Mipses Minnie Dunn and Lottie Farris. Thomas J Davis formerly of this city, Commander A. J. Tharp returned aged about twenty six years. Deceased of Kirksville, spent few days last week from the G. A. R. preliminary meeting was a sister of Rev. Parson, of Diip Rock, with Miss Mary D. Ballard. W. R. Potter, wife and son, William at Buffalo, N. Y., Thursday. Jackson county. She was a true cliris Jones, Jr.. of Kirksville, will spend this Miss Florence M. Bush, of Win- tian and loved by all who knew her. week with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jones. E. church. Immediately after the ceremony the yonng couple left for their home at Red House. Kentucky. i STL YER CREEK. BIRTHS. s DEATHS. chester, is tho charming guest of her aunt, Mrs T. A. Campbell, on Letcher LOCAL, Richmond Fair July 27-- S0 avenue. Mrs. Charles Henry entertained a number of friends last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Arabella Harnett. Miss Annette Riddell, of Irvine, enroute to Pineville and Middlesbor-ougwas the guest, Wednesday, of Mrs. Win. Pigg. Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith entertained the Madison Chapter D. A. K., last Saturday, in a very delightful manh, PAlls T LICK. W. T. Short is at home after quite a star in Richmond. Magister- Result oi Million Magisterial District Primary. Thj election held in Million ial distiict to nominate candidate for Magistrate and Constable last Saturday resulted as follows: Candidate for Magistrate receiving the following number of vote: Jenkins 157, Young ICo, Million ;$G The candidate for constable received the following number of votes: Dozier 1S3, Liud 84, Layton So. a ner at AVestoyer Terrace. S. P. Dcalheragc In The Race. J. Sam Kennedy and wife, of Mr. Sam P. Deatheroge is elsewhere Richmond, arrived yesterday to for councilman from the spend a few days with relatives and announced University Ward, subject to the action friends. Carlisle Mercury. and Mrs. A. P. Allis, from Richmond, are the guests of Mr. W. I. Jones and family on East Fourth street. lexington Argonaut. Capt. David Chenault returned from Mr. of the Democratic party. It is a pleasure to say of this entry that he, if elected, would make a model officer. He is an honest, capable, industrious, patriotic citizen whom it would be an honor to call a "City Dad." Watch him run! Deputy Sherift Dudley's Fishing Party. Fin-le- y, Nashville Monday, where he attendof the Confederate ed the Veterans and visited his nephew, W. re-uni- T. Bron-ston- white-winge- d Bar-ti- ne, On Saturday last a number of young folks gathered on Silver Creek near It will be a source of pleasure to Bogie's Mill, where fishing was the the patrons of that gifted teacher, feature of the day, though the writer Mrs. Mary W. Williamson, to learn failed to see one sign of a pole or reel. that she has declined flattering offers Nevertheless, there was enough fish to take pupils in Frankfoit, in order on the ground to have fed all the people in that end of the country. The to resume her work here next fall. day for all Mr. Win. R. Letcher, Jr. returned occasion proved a gala 40 of both yeeterday from Yale, having passed present, there being about young and old folks present. All exhis junior examinations. He will reto Mr. Dudley, turn in the fall a ''most potent, grave pressed their thanks incidental in the pleasant event, and and noble senior." His friends here are glad to have him back at home. are now looking forward when another such day may be had. The party The most notable wedding in extend their kindest thanks to Mrs. this city in a long time was flint of Irvine Roberts, who so kindly assistMiss Mamie Baldwin and Ensign ed in the preparation of the excellent Carlos B. Brittain, U. S. N., which dinner. When will the Deputy kill occurred last evening at the Chris- another ? tian church, followed by an immense Hon. W. T. Tevis Thrown Oul. reception at the Baldwin homo, in the country. Full particulars in our The desk occupied by Hon. W. T. next. Tevis in the Revenue office, is abolDrCarl Lewis "Wheeler has our ished after this date, by order of the thanks for an Invitation to the com- Commissioner of Internal Revenue, mencement of the Hospital College and the work distributed among the of Medicine at Louisville, July 2. Carl other clerks. This is done ostensibly Vheeler is kindly remembered here, to reduce expenses', but the axe these and if his future could bo guaranteed days generally falls upon Democrats by the well wishes of his friends, ho who could not bo bluffed into supwould become one of the most noted porting the McKinley administration k M. D.'s of the age. or a ticket. This Is only an inference, but office secrets com Mr. S. E. White, tho handsome and clever manager of tho Blue Grass pel outsiders to conjecture what they store, of Richmond, left Saturday please. There is one thing certain, morning for Cincinnati, having re- the guillotine cut off tho head of one signed his position to accept a more of the most competent and eflicieiit lucrative one in a wholesale tobacco members of tho revenue force not to house in that city. Mr. White made mention one whose long and honoramany friends during Ins stay m our ble service in the cause of Democracy, city, and all wish him well in his rendered him a conspicuous figure in the councils of the party. new venture. Chenault. Mrs. Henry Wallace, who was quite ill last week, is reported tetter. Mr. Thos. M. Lackey returned from Nashville ou Saturday niglit. Dr. N. Mays has biantified his residence with a fresh coa:of paint. Quite a crowd fnun this section went to ijuicaster Monday. "Free Turnpikes." Misses Liicile and Anne Francis left on last Fiiday for a two weeks stay at Corbin. Mr. G. C. Black, of Lnui'ville, an expert tolurco man, is Lore with Palmer & Calloway. Col.T. B Dcmarec lectured Saturday night at Walnutta ou "Hard Times, Cause and Cute." Woods & Galloway shipped Saturday night to Ciucihnati a load of hogs which cost them S2 75 to S2.S0. Mr. John Ballard sliinped on last Friday night to Cincinnai i one car load of hogs for w hicli he paid S2.7o Last Saturday afternoon at "Sunny Side Park," Paint Lick again defeated Kirksville by a score oi 12 to 11. Our eflicieiit auent, G. W. McCIana ban, has been rent to Falmouth fur 00 days where he will do night service during his absence. Mr. Steward, of Boyd, will fill his place. Probably the largest snake that has been seen in this freetion since the days nt Daniel Boone, was discovered b two FarriMown negroes while cradling vheat on the farm of Mr. II. J. Twiyg on.jday labt week. The big reptile first made its appearance by raising a battle wit'i the cradle as it made a sweep over liei neet of 19 little ones which she started nut in a business way to defend. The sight of the snake of course excited the negro much, aud he turned the cradle loose, stepping off a few yards until the Miake could swallow her little ones (winch is natural with them when they prepare for battle) and get out of her wav that she might proceed with her work. "Well, she didn't go worlii a durn.'' sai the negro; but liegan to make a despprate fight with the cradle. It was a black snake and anyone familiar witli these reptiles know that their natii re fosqueeze is like a boy with his sweetheart never know when to quit. She wound and twisted aud doubled herself around that cradle until she had broken ont two fingers, bent the blade and cut herself in a dozen pirces over iu which ended the battle rather in victory for the cradle. The negro gathered up the pieces f the snakt lo get a definite idea as to her length and after putting all of them together she measured eiulit feet. i... UiiIkvT And aiujht to have them anyway, ami p since she been so very and yon during the recent eeoiu-miea- l - .. And now you can get them at tuch very Lu V providing1 you come to us from them, th.it no excuse for you not making her 1uj means home more pleasant for yourself. Hard Tinner i 'I; ; t h w . Our Stock is Complete VALLEY VIEW. I'ERMJXAU Q , Sunday amid tl.e pieiurerque beauty along the river at that point. $100 family. Lnst week T. J. Jones sold and deliv ered to Mat Cohen of .Richmond lhree extra heifers at three cents a pound. Mr. Jones received two dollars as a premium for having the best cattle iu this section. The pencil shover for the Climax at this place in company with Ir. Elmer Northeutt and wife, MissSina Wharton, Messrs. Klard L. I laden, and Harmon B. Kanatzar, of this place and Misses Fannie and Mattie llolmau, of Newby, visited Tapps cave in the Kentucky river jhtl's about three miles below here and spent Preaching here next Sunday. Rev. Walter Bqughn of Wilmo-- e is holding a protracted meeting at Xewby. L M. Whiltaker and wife of Kirksville spent Sunday with Fred Burton and And not an article but what has Iieen lx.utrlr mi first of the year and entirely too manv t t mention each one, so jut renum!er Kmwe have anything you may want in 1 line and if vou do not believe it. wiii" ..:m1 3'ourself. U-.i 1 :u . ' ' n. . . .11 fl 1 I iOrpHsyifflioisiiP,p, Bt n rt ? tn2 1 A. PL. r ... tV' !!' . - A9 i? KLYGS STATIOJV. Estill County 1 mad-dog- side-trac- Charley Hayslet made a flyiug trip to Irvine last Friday. J. T. Turpin made a flying trip to Richmond a few days ago. Ilatve Turpin and family, of spent last Sunday at" Mrs. J. T. Turpin's. II. C. Rice, of Irvine, was over one day last week looking after his interests at this point. Mrs. Ntnnie Isaac, of Cincinnati, is visiting relatives at this point She will go from here to Drip Rock, Jackson couuty. A protracted meeting is in progress at Antioch, near lice. Elder Famine is the preacher. He is a good talker aud a sound reason er. Miss Lula Finney; who has been visiting Mrs. C. T. Gnustead for the past month, returned to her borne at Chestnut Grove last Saturday. Ono of the hardest thunder storms here Sunday that has been here for some time. It blew down a tree on Capt. Rock's barn and demolished it.- Fort-woo- d, Rcwari $100. The readers of this paper wil. be pleased Xo learn that there is at least one dreaded dieat'e that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only posithe cute known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a Hall's Catarrh treatment. Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the f of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature iu doing work. The proprietors have so much faith curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it foils to cure. Send for list of testijun-datiin-it- s Furniture and Undertakers. tIlt1,"Jg m"lc,r"Mat"M-J- t PAIRS OF MEN'S '"mtt 7, Y M : it M 1 M i M It M A 1 jij monials. Addr-s- s, F.J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. JCySold by Druggists, 75c. junc-2-lr- n '$ Tan and Oxblood, Coin Razor and Bulldog Toes, Lace and Congress, ft V M I V Former Prices Now Go At $2 JO A Pair At w K S3.00 3.50 V V M City Democratic Committee's Call tor Primary. At a meeting of tho Democratic Committee of Itichmond, Ky., held on day of May, 18U7, on motion, the following resolutions were tho-olsL 4.00 It J l I 1 I M J. H. Chandler, Jr., representing Central University, is here hunting for pupils. . Misses Dollie and Fannie Shanks went up lie-Rober- ts MmMwmmwMwmB. kV Browier,Sco!t5Frazee, Lawn Furniture, to Madison Saturday afternoon to be nuppresent at the JJiittain-Baldwi- n . . . Mcsdames J. S. and tials T. A. Rice had a narrow escape a few evenings finco weile driving across to-da- y. the railroad on Lancaster street. The K. C. train, which was backing up, came very near catching them and they were scared almost out of their wits. Stanford Journal. The Cook family of Lincoln, noted for its handsome men and beautiful women, is mourning the death of one its members, Miss Kate Cook, sister of Mrs. E. C. Walton, of Stanford. Wo Miss Cook at a Lawrence-burgba- ll given by the Masons, and there were pretty women there from the Blue Grass, Bear Grass and but not one so handsome as Miss Cook, nor one who could hold a candle to lier dancing, which was simply diyine. Her death in a heavy blow to family and friends and it to believe that one so marvel-ousl- y beautiful is dead. Miss Mayme L. Lynch, of this city, who h8 been 111 for several weeks paetovlll leave In aifew days for Ford, Ky., to be the guest of Miss Lillian Vadsworth Wallorandit I sincerely hoped that she will have a delightful visit and return Jioma greatly-- ' benefitted By. the pure, fresh country nlij'and such other lhuxurics as only t,ho country canDesto.w. Miss Mayjnc's bright preseiice will be sadly "Ikissedbya Iargebire1e of mt 't Mammocks, Mousqnito Bars, Pen-nyril- o. -- Straw Mattings, At Lowest Prices. Fixe, Medium and Chamber Suits. Parlor Suits, Folding Beds, Brass Beds, Iron Beds, Odd Dressers, Wash Stands, Chiffoniers, Dressing Tables, etc. Popular Finishes. Inspection invited. Low-Priced bimetallists, the situation is painted in rainlow colors, but I seojiothing to indicate that we are any nearer to an international agreement than wa were in 1S78. d place. Mr. Ilarrv S. Morgan gathered 35 gallons of cherries from one small tree a few days ago. J. W. and L. A. Billard shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Friday, The Fair Is a Certainty. which they bought from parties in this Despite many obstacles the county of section at 2c. Maditjon is to have a fine fair this year. The Climax now has the largest The dates are July 27, 28, 29, CO, anil the of any paper that comes old amphitheatre will be thronged with to this post office. Ttds was not the people as never before in years. The case six mouths ago. Mr. Robert Mason's wife had him following gentlemen "got together" and settled the matter on Saturday: J. W. locked up all day last Wcdnesdny to pievent liini from going to the Bales, J. B. Chenault, II. G. McEl waine, Commencement, so "Gould" DunnBerea says. B. Broaddus, S. B. J. J. Embry, P. The people were greatly disappointed While, C. H. Chenault, I). It: Tevii, by there being no special train to Berea John W. Fox, Jamei Crutchcr, Joe Commencement last Wednesday. A Chenault, S. A. Deatiicnige, J. J." Neale large crowd gathered af this place expecting a train and after waitinu in vain ami others. John B. Chenault w.i until about twelve o'clock they began to made President, S. A. Deatlierage, roll up their tronsere bloomers aud Crutcher, Treasurer; S. P. struck out on foot. White, J. J. Neale and'D. R, Tevis, Our ood neighbor, 'Mr. John W. Vice rreiiilents. Premiums and purses Italian!, was in Cincinnati a few days aggregating SG.030 will be offered, which since gathering information regarding a engaged ought to insure a large list of en- history of his life which ha-iin writing. The history, when comtries and a big attendance. Entries will pleted, will be a large llook under the close Ju'.y 10. Catalogues and entry blanks are now being printed and will Awarded be ready in a few davs. ThSf following Highest Honors World's couimitte-f- j were appointed and diiected togi to work: Committee ou Bares. J. J.. Neale, D. R. Tows, S. B. White. Oommiitea on Catalogue. P. P. BroadJus, H. G. McElwaine, J. W. the Chapel Sunday. Miss Jeannette Frott has been engaged to teach the fairecbool at this WHITES STATION. Rev. R. J. Hunter preached at on 1st. It is ordered that a Democratic primary olection be held at the various voting precincts in Richmond, Kv., on the loth'day of July, 1897, to select Democratic condidates for Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney, City Council, a justice of the peace and constable, and the polls shall be opened from 7, a.m., to 4, p.m., in Richmond. Ky.,on tne aforesaid day, for the aforesaid purpose- 2nd. That for the purposo of defraying the expenses of conducting said primary election, tho candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or before the 1st day of July, 18U7, pay to the chairman of this committee the followingsums: Eachcan-didat- o for Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney and Constable, $10.00; e.ich candidate for Councilman and Magis- adopted. I u a H M reenpi Phone, No. 21. Bros First Sti:i-- t. i It V I V ' New Partniershipo 0 .." ?, O, a :.: 11 e ou e ad d FIr, m T? "The creditor classes of Europe absolutely control tho financial policy o7 their respective governments, and they will never voluntarily surrender the advantage which tho gold standard gives them. If wo want silver restored we must do it our- Bah, C. II Chonault ou SiiS)scriplions P. B. G. McElwain, D. R.Tevi., Committee I BROW13R, SCOT Mil & FEAZEE, ft . Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. i:w5 -irf!L.!ii,..wjL svuiuianuvn juk&v iiwiw selves. "I care not under what part the battle hrfonght, so long is absolute fidelity to the ctuiKO. .The Democracv'of Jackson and ha fta- puhKcanifem of IJncoln. luide'ranv friends. -- Broaddus, H. M.S. Cohen. CfinmitttMi en Arrangements. J. W. Fox, J. J. Kmbry, Joe Chenault. Committee on Advertising. S. B. White, R. Lee Davis, Clarence E. WooIs. Now thntjthetfair is a certainty let us all vWCfi CREAM f election. Cth. That the Chairman of this committee give public notice of this olection. by posting a conv of this or der at eaeh of thojhreo "voting Jn Richmond, KyTand shall publish u copy of this order in every- - issud' of theRielimond Climax anddKcntaekv Rpgister from date of adoption to time of said primarv election. If DUDIiKV TKIBItLK, Ch'lll. j Robt. Baiteii, SecV. " pl.-fces- for holding; said election. 6th. It is ordered that all legnlly qualified voters who consider thorn-selvDemociats, and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men nowr ; Under the age of twenty-on- e years, vho will attain their majority on or before tho day of the next general olection, in November, 1807, and'whojde clare their purpose alid intention to affiliate with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote Iu saiu iiri-ma- ry trate, $200. 3rd. That said primary election shall be conducted by oflicers to bo hereafter named by this committee. 4th. That the Chairman and Secretary of this committee are hereby a committee to provide the and make all arrangements es Tiic firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dissolved, and 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 iackelford & Co. 3 BAKING l6)m it- - An old POWWk MjDST-PERFEGlFM- 1 - -- , ju ."-- irotra lot fee K:m ebecfalbSb''ib members' at h 'There ,witlj& TJttion,-eYJjUIeJRe- harmony singing in Callvw A. pure- - frm 5 cottaty) OmUyt ewttjtf m J ttly. .'. GnpeCwam of Tartar Powde-r- Fm Aflwwau, Afem wjf hr xkitonat, W- -. 4 -- (fi . - . .??! JrttJJ.V-j.- . it " B. " . J, & ?'i& ' i9 jmm w A n rWWfc f - WT" I and see the best line of Cultivators, Double Shovels and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, Watcrw Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Binders, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fly Traps. Fly Fans and Screen Doors and Windows, Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and FREE EDUCATION ij; and largest assorted line of Builders Hardware, An education at llarvanl or any other college or irwtHBtkwj Agricultural Implements and Stoves in the of learning in,,thev United, States! tile New Kncland Cruwttpval! Or Gity. Call and see for yourselves. lory 6iM, oaa "mxwred "W wr f .! ' o W -- i-i mu it. niin T. . CfAHEStn ran .T". i " " And will be glad to hare their friends call r ; 1 Ja I If! 1ms -- fc W njvjTMH"K -- . i man WIWNHl MO u'-zi- A az - mtii-hlv- J .1 r' r WJMtKBMMHJbMtflalMMtU ,j, A - A A A wi ifL w JLJ l -- iiA J J85' IuJd. onaKeiTorci r-fc --- -- 1 j. ' c , - - SUCCeSSOr c i O. BU iX . n V. 1 ,1 I fr- - : r - The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Richmond Fair July 27-3- Richmond Fair July 27-C- 0. JUNE 30, July 27 - SO; 1807. Richmond Fair A. Beautiful Stationery cheap. Clahk Docgla8. $28.10 July to San Francisco June 29 to 3, L &N. Children's dav exercises were held At College Hill M. E. Church Sunday. Rainbow mixed paiut guaranteed. Ono nno one-thi- ton, June -- 29 Cur.ic & Douglas. fares to Lexingto July 8, to Chatnuqua. rd Mr. A A. Williams was appointed 3'osttuaster at College Hill, this county, Monday. ieo. AV. v ill he here Hall's throe-rincircus Friday, July 2. See ad. g elsewhere. Mrs. Williamson will open herbelert See primary school September Glh. lical elsewhere. You often see ofltred 10 the public very extravagant propositions. Some are genuine, others fakes. One has an honest purpose aud a reason for tho extra inducements offered, aud the articles shown substantiate the offer. It is an unalterable law with our house to offer nothing but what we carry out to the very letter. Our special sale of men's and boys suits at just half price ore bargain that are ,worth the consideration of every one who wants a suit of clothes. You may ask why we do it? It is easily answered. The spring season U about over. We find many lots broken, that is only one or two suits left of a lot, and we would rather close these out at a lots, get the money for them, clean out our spring goods and make room for the Iarue stock of fall goods that will soon be coming in. You may find just what you want in this special salo aud you will make money by coming and beeing w hat w e have. Covington & Mitchell. Millinery at Cost. Winchester Court. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports about 200 cattle on tho market, none of tho first quality. 600 to 700 heifers brought 2Jc Fair to good rows, 2Jc. 500 sheep brought $2.40 per hundred. Prices ruled easier than last court, but sellers controlled and fair figures were realized. The Matinee Trols. J. Abont five hundred people were out at the fair grounds on Friday last to witness the matinee. Bob "Walkerdriver for John R. Gibson, won the old ond three minute trots, H. C. Traynor the 2:25 pace, while R. P. Fox won the yearling race with Nellie Louise, the beautiful colt belonging to C. H. and C. T. Chenault. Chenault-Rei- crat: en-tir- are indebted to Mr. Cabell H Chcnault for tho following notice taken from tho Mt. Sterling Demo"Wo - (io to Clark & Douglas and getafne treatise on Hog Cholera 'J he best thine out. and its cure. account of two laague games of ball, the R. X. I. & R. railroad will run an excursion to Louisville SunYou can hear. the famous brass day. July 4. Hound trip $125. Train lutidb of the U. S. at the Graphophone leaves Richmond C :00 a. m., returnconcert at Court House Thurbddy night ing arrives at 11 p. m. Jul v 1st. Mr. Perry Announces. Orders are coming in from neighbor Mr. Henry L. Perry, the efficient ing towns and counties for ehicles built and affable prescriptionist for Dr. W. In DuucImui at the Kentucky Carriage G. White, is announced as a candiWoiks. date for Councilman from the UniThe June term of Ebtill Circuit Court versity Ward. Mr. Perry has many ctinxened at Irvine Monday witli a light friends who are glad of the opportudocket. There are two murder cases nity to attest their confidence in him by supporting him for the council. and Manslaughter. rdnesday night and considerably damaged. W -- Ralph Watts, a colored bey; was drowned in the Kentucky RivAnother fine buggy with rublcr er at Ford Tuesday while bathing. His lire Mild last week. Louis Neal is the body was recovered Satunlay several lucky man thin time. J no. Doxelson. miles below. The residence of Mrs. Jnne Gilmore, Excursion to Louisville. at Kingston, was struck by lightning On The Methodist Church Sunday S liool gave a picnir, last Wednesday, at in. Arnold s woods near town. Miss Tempie Oldham will sell her o stock of beautiful milliuary at cost for cash so as to reduce the laree amount of goods she has on band. Come early and get first choice. june 23 lmo. Drowned at Ford. Lexington Chautauqua, Graphophone or phonograph enterJune 2Uth to July 9th, Low rates excurtainment at tho Court House on Thursday night. One of the largest talking sion tickets on sale via the Queen fc descent Route On the dates above nammai'hiiies on record. ed, selling daily tickets good until July The next open air concert will be on 10th foi return, passage, at the rate of July 10. The band boys plays at the fare for the round trip. These 4th of Jul celebration at Barnes Mill tickets are on 6ale from Cincinnati and bridge on Julv 3. all points in Kentucky. Ask Ticket Two fourth clat postmasters were Aucnt for further particulars. appointed for Madison county Friday No Principal Yet Old Assistants Chosen. M. J. Dennett at Cottouburg and T. a second meeting of the school At C Witt at Kinghton. board held last Friday night to select Has Col. B. Cook Potts tied his a principal for Caldwell High School puzzle to your button hole? His com- the vote resulted, as did the first, in a pany, the New York Life, is giving away tie between Prof R. II. Hough, of a novel puzzle; ask him for one. Nashville, and Prof. Rice Miller, of After investigating and comparing Nicholasville. The following assistant teachers were chosen: Misses goods anl prices, the people of CrabOi-charsend to Duuelson for vehicles And Maggie Powers, Estelle Walker. Jennie Ford, Ressie Dudley, Mrs. Betts the heels keep turning. and Harvey Rrock. Two hours with Thos. A. Edison's Liquor Dealers Barred. celebrated Graphophone July 1st, at Court Hoiirc Thursday night beuefit of The General Association of Kentucky the Innimary. Children 10c, adults 15 Baptists at Georgetown adopted a resoluceut6. tion declaring that no one engaged in If you want to be astonished call as the manufacture or sale of intoxicating we did on Jr. 1 MidkifTaud examine bin liquors should be retained in church fel line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and Jowship, and that churches retaining road wagon-- i and get his pneeb for same. such members should be denied repreTlie pooret-- t can all'ord to ndc in a vehicle sentation in the Association. The Assoat In prices. tf ciation meets at next year at Ilopkins-villHello. Uncle Billy Cochran! whcre Winchester Democrat. lid you get that handsome surre? It Low Rale Put-i- n Bay Excursion. l)(As like one I saw at Donclson's. Low rate round trip tickets on sale. That's wheie I got it, and Gentry sold oer the Queen & Crescent Route and two more just like it the day I bought. connecting lints for excursion of July 19 The Graphophone will name the (leaving Chattanooga tiic night of the handsomest young lady and gentleman ISth) $12.25 round trip from Chattapresent at concert, who will be awarded nooga, $11.35 from Dayton, $10 75 from a nice present. Court house Thursday Rockwood, $10.55 from Harriman Juncnight. tion, $8.00 from Somerset, $7.00 from lexingtou aud Georgetown. Good 0 days Still abend of them all. They to return. can't touch our low prices on Ask agents for particulars. groceries. Some may attempt it but invaribly fall by the "way side. Fourth ol July Excursion, Southern Railway. Dull days are a tiling of the past at I). Chcnault fc Co. our store. The Southern Hailwaj' will sell excurapr2S-t- f sion tickets between all stations in KenThe C. A O. I'.y. will run a special tucky 011 July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, aud train leaving Lexington at 10:15 on morning trains 5th, at rate fare aud third the night of July 3, connecting with for the round trip, tickets good returnfast line train arriving at Iiichmoud ing until July 7th inclusive. Louisville at 11:43 p. 111., for the benefit of par- o lie is numerous attractions on these dates, including National League Game ties attending Chntauqua. of Ball, fire works aud other features. Come, get our prices on all kinds of groceries, queensware, etc., and At Lexington July 3rd, very attractive compare them with the prices of other program lias been arranged by the of the Chautauqua Assembly. For store. ui coods and you will find us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent, rates and information, apply to the nearcheaper than any grocery house in est agent Southern Railway- J). Chcnault & Co. Richmond. one-thir- d U e. liM-class Ono of the prettiest aud most elaborate weddings of the season was that of Mi. Daniel M. Chenault, of Rich mond, and Miss Elizabeth Reid,ot this county, which occurred at the Christian church Wednesday evening at8:30 o'clock, Rev. H. D. Clark officiating. The church was handsomely decorated by Mrs. AILi Jones, of Winchester, who was assisted by some of the ladies of the church, .and the beautiful flowers and plants were furnibhed by the Mt. Sterling Floral Company. Miss Julia Graves, the tnleuted violinistof Winchester, who was to have played during: the ceremony, was unable to attend on account of sickness, and Mrs. Charles D. Grubbs. rendered the wedding march, superbly, on the organ. At the sound of tho music the ushers marched in, two in each aisle, followed in one aisle by the attendants, groom and best man, and in tho other aisle by the bridesmaids, who were gowned in white and pink organdie and pink ribbons and carrying carnations. Never did bridesmaids look more beautiful. The bride, who was handsomely gowned in white satin, trimmed with lace, and bridal veil, and carrying1 white carnations, entered from the rear door leaning on the arm of her sister. Miss Caroline Reid, Maid of Honor, who looked handsome iu white organdie, carrying white carnations. There was never a more grand or beautiful scene .while the bridal party stood before the altar and Bro. Clark, in an impressive ceremony, pronouccd tho happy couple man and wife. After the ceremony the bride and groom left on the 9:50 train for Old Point and other Eastern places. They will probably visit tho bride's parents on their return, after which they will receive their friends at their palatial home on Lancaster avenue, Richmond, Ky. The ushers were Messrs. Dr. Nelson V. Prewitt, of Winchester; J. Prewitt Young and W. Caswell Prewitt, of this county, and N. R.Rright,of this city. The attendants wore Messrs. James Crutcher, C. H. Chenault, Caswell Tribble, George W. Evans, John Gibson and William Hume, of Richmond; Nelson Gay, of Clark county; Clifton R. Prewitt and J. Coleman Reid, of this county, and best man, John B. Chenault.of Richmond. The bridesmaids were Misses Annie Crutcher and Lila Chenault, of Richmond; Olive Fant, of Flemings-burOttie McGarvey, of,Lexington ; Mary Gay, of Clark county; Annie May, of Harrison county; Pattie and Ella Prewitt, of this county! Eliza Harris and Margaret Woodford, of this city. The bride is tho eldest daughter of Hon. J. Davis Reid, one of our wealthiest farmers and leading men, and is one of Montgomery's leading society belles, possessing the traits of true and noble Kentucky woman. The groom Is ono of Madison county's best young business men and a prominent attorney, besides being possessed of considerable wealth. The Climax joins with their host of friends iu congratulations. g; Jlio intense itching and smarting inci-leThe blackberry crop will be larger to these diseases Is instantly alla3'ed than ever known, but there will bo by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad sases a good home market. have been permanently cured by it. It Dr. Bell's Pine Tar- Honey acts as a is equally efficient for itching piles and .1 favorite remedy for sore nipples; balm to the lungs, cutting the mucus al chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites laying the inflammation, healing and and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. strengthing. It is sure to do you good Dr. Cadj's Condition Towdcrs, are cannot do you harm. Thousands have just what horse been benefited by its use It condition. a Tonic, needs when in bad blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but Lighting struck three houses at tneuicmo and the best in use to put a damaging them horoo in prime condition. Price ?ents per package. considerably. nt Ben Bradley, colored, was sentenced "For three yeara wo have never been to the penitentiary for life at Paris for without Chambealain's Colic, Cholera posisoning hie wife. and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house," says A. H. P'atlcr, with E. C. Atkins & Sometimes the most careful women are the most ctrless. Many a woman 1.0., Indianapolis, Ind., "and my wife without bundles herself up, to keep out sickness would as soon think of when she is neglecting the very worst flouras a bottle of this Remedy in the sickness that can come to a women. summer season We have used it with all She allows a slight disorder tor become three of our children and it has never worse, to slowly sap her vitallity. The failed to cure not simply stop pain, but little pain aud tha other slight indicat- cure absolutely. It is all right, and anyions of trouble seem to her unimportant one who tries it will find it so." For She goes on, with increasing suffering sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. june-2-luntil life itself becomes a drag. Nervousness, "sinking spells" digestive Hopkins county miners vesterdav held disturbances, and titty other complicat a meeting at Earlington to demand a ions may arise from the derangement of restoration of their wages. the organs distinctly feminine. Over Everybody Say So. thirty years ago, tho need for a reliable Cascarcts Candv Cathartic, the most wonremedy for bo clled "female compliants" derful mrdical discovervof the age, peaswas reconized by Dr. R. V. Pierce, then, ant and refreshing to tho taste, act pently ami positively on kidneys, liver and as now, chcif consulting phisician to the cleansing the entire svstrm. dispelIiowcJs, colds cum lieatlnohe, World's Dispensary an J Invalids' Hotel, and biliousness. ferrr, fmbitii.il constipation Plpaso. buv and trr a bfix at Buffalo, N. Y. He prepard Dr.Piere's ore. C. C. !(),-Ml b'oldand Favorite Prescription, the most wonderfully effective remedy that has ever been The Rev. 'I. C, Morrison, of Louisused for such maladies-Sen- d ville, is Inn ling a holiness meeting at 21 cents iu starupe and Scotisviilc, Allen county. receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," illustrated. It Tetter, and Kczema. ht-ium one-cents Salt-Rheum jpa- - ys jj( CLEARANCE SALE j vyg- - 40S W j FHE GREAT SMz MID-SP- Ri iA AT THE- - p w ee Cash Stores i Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. As usual not a single pieceof goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion we cany, 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 beyond recognition. Islever in the history of this grand old city lias her sons and daughters had the oppors tunity offered them to buy real stylish, seasonable goods at prices that are being named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "'Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at GAc former first-clas- - A very interesting meeting of the State Sunday-schoConveution is bestantly recurring that Simmons Livea Regulator is the best family medicine. ing held at Harrodsburg. it in our family for eight "We have Several Kentucky soldiers were placed years and find it the be6t medicine we 011 committees at the Confederate reever used. We thirik there is no such union at Nashville. medicine as Simmons Liver Regulator." J fST try a 10c. box of Cascabets, tl.e Mrs. M. E. S. Adington, N. C. "Each finest liver and bowel regulator ever member of our famijy uses it as occasion made. mayl-l- y requires." V. B. Smith, Mt. Vernon. Owensboro is again agitating the quesKy. It tion of building an independent electric Young society gtrls of Lexington light plant. It is the same old story and yet ii'-e- con- price 10c per yd., about 500 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful White Ground Dimities Avith pink, black and blue polka dots will be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods former price 15c per will be closed at"7c, about 000 in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Xoir Wash Goods in new red'ground with polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth ISc. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12ic a yd., these goods were sold at Ulc a yd. d. 3-- .1 s. ol All Remenauts Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. THE K0DEHN BEA.UTY Thrives on good food anil sunshine, with After serious illness Hood's Sarsaparplenty of execrcNe in the open air. Her illa lias wonderful building up power. from glows with health and her face If purifies the blood and restoics perfect blooms with its beauty. If her system health. It needs the cleansing action of a laxative West Cody, wanted on a serious remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant charge in Union county, was arrest- Syrup of Figs. Made by the California ed near Madisonvillo. Fig Syruo Company. " I have never liad a day's sickness Child of Thomas Jordon was burned in my life," said a middle-ageman the to death while playing with matches at other day. Greenup. "What a comfort it would be," 6ighs Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of some poor invalid, "to be iu his place 111., writes, August 10th, 1.S91 : two.1' Yet half of tbe invalfor a year or 'Foley's Kidney Cure is meeting with, ids we sep might be just aB healthy ashe, if they would only take proper care of wonderful success. It has cured some themselves, eat proper food and di- cases here that physicians pronounced june-2-lt- n d Tam-aico, run the the street cars from 5 to p. in. Saturday for chaity. 10;30 l gest it. It's so strange that such simple things are overlooked by those who want health. Food makes health. It makes strengtn and strength wards off sickness. The man who had never been sick was strong because he always digested his food, and you could become tbe same by helping your stomach to work as well as his. Shaker Digestive Cordial will help you strong and healthy by makim; tbe food you eat make you faU in urable. I myself am able to testify to isnlivingpiet-ureo- f its merits. My face health, Foley's Kidney Cure has made itsuch. I had suffered tw enty-seve- n years with the disease, and y I feel ten years younser than I did one year ago. I can obtain some wonderful certificates of its medical qualities." to-da- y to-da- 4 while thej are cheap, the will soon be worth more mone'. We have quite a lot of remenants of Brussels and Ingrain Carpets that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. The' run from two to nineteen yards in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once before they are gone. All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Now is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty styles left to close. Everything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut silmosli half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for yourselves. Baby Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men lSc. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.1)5. worth $(3.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price $1.0rf. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. s You till know that we carry nothing but goods in every department and you also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. When we tell you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will stive you some money and at the same time vqu will buy a great man v useful things at unheard" of LOW Respectfully, PRICES. All-wc- ol All-wo- ol We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings" and everything in the domestic department at very Low Out Prices. Buy what you need of these bi OMk s"fr xT) s r5 ; .! first-chis- nZ&Zz xL' ZjSjxA fe COMPANY. junc-2-l- St. Frances' Academy, at 0v ensboro, about the last school iu the State to close. was Druggists 6ell it Trial bottle 10 cents. rt Tip Kinder, aged twenty, son of Jas. Kinder, was drowned above Louis-powhile swimming Fifty Dollars a week easily made. Agents wanted iu every locality for Hon. W. J. Bryan's great and only book, "The First Battle," The bestseller every produced. Agents are taking as many as 200 orders per w eek. Beware of fraudulent imitations. Send foroutfit and begin work at once. W. B. Conkey Company, Publishers, 341 Dearborn Street, may-1- 2 2m Chicago. "WEEN YOU TAKE YOUR VACATION the most necessary article to have with you (after your pocket book) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangement's of tho bowels caused by a change of water. You are likely to need it. june-2-lm ir S?lw "ym &' W fe&UvA Woodford county has bought and freed another turnpike road of ten miles iu length. m 11 Richmond Fair July 27-3- 0. olli-ce- rs first-cla- ss npr23-t- f A False Report. Mr. Joseph Nolan. I, of Union City, has purchased the territory covered by Madison county by the leeent invention of the churn dash power patented bv a Kciituckian. It is a splendid invention and we feel satified that every housekeeper in the county will want one of his dashers when Miev examine them. Undoubtedly the cheapest grocery Iiohsc in Central Kentucky is J). Chcnault fc Co., on 2d St., Richmond, Ky. They handle only standard good-- , and sell them for lefs than so called cheap houses charge for trashy stuff. D. Chenault & Co. aprJS-t- f sure ami come to the grapho-ldion- o concert at Court House Thursday night, July 1st. You will hear banjo xylophone solos, quartettes, etc Many ot the vocalists Favor, Quin, Gakkins. Spencer, Miss Olive and others. Only to be heatd to be admired. Benefit Infirmary. Editors, as a rule, are kindhearted and liberal, savs the Elkton Times. An exchange tells of a subscriber to a certain paper who dicl and left fourteen years' subscripton unpaid. The editor ;: :ipteareil at the grave as the lid was screwed down for the last time and put in a linen duster, a thermometer, a palm leaf fan and a recipe for making I5e be-in- The report that has been circulated in the Red House neighborhood to the effect that I furnished Mr. John W. Mob-erle- y Means to assist in my r.icc for nomination for Jailer of Madison county, is false and without Inundation. I never even heard of Mr. Moberley ui til this unpleasant report was circulated. P. B. Bkoadocs. June 25th 1S97. This is to certifv that the report circulated in my neighborhood that I said Broaddus gave Moberley money to use in the Election is false and not a won) of truth in it, and whoever started this rcort has made it himself without the shadow of foundation. R.C. Boc.es. Special Train For Chautauqua, July 3rd. Saturday, Best to take alter dinner; prevent distress, aid dlges- tton, cure constipation. MJf 1 I'urclj' refutable; do not grlpfl or cu pain. Sold by all drcggiitt. 2 cent. ITcpared only bj C L Hood & Co, Lowell, Mm. Hood 's nk I J j Curative power h contained in Hood's Sarsaparilla than in any other similar preparation. It costs the proprietor and The new Masonic building at Cor-bi- n manufacturer more. It costs the jobber was dedicated Friday with ap- more and it is worth more to the consumpropriate ceremonies. er. More skill is required iu its preparaSO YOU TRAVEL? tion and it combines more remedial qualiIf so, never start on a journey without ties than any other medicine. Consea bottle of Foley's Colic Cure, a sure quently it has a record of more cures and preventive of bowel complaints occasion- its sale are more than thoe of any other preparation. Hood's Sarsaparilla is ed by change of water or climate, 25c. the best medicine to buy because it is an june-2-lt- u honest medicine and thousands of testiTho concrstone of the Third Baptist monials prove that it does actually and Church at Owensboro was laid Wed- permanently cure disease, jtine-2-lm seat iy& Is now on. Our MID-SUMM- ER sa are HV JW jSTow Departure is meeting with the approval of a generous public. Same price to every one and CASH in everv instance. wo NOTICE the rare bargain nlftTing for W Men & Boys... A hint that suits is worth having. Tl ere' so much iustrin.sic worth of nesday. PEinrr "WISE 'AND POUND F00L- - Kentucky Chautauqua. At Cloerport Friday, the flooring mill of'Oelze Brothers was unroofed and other damage done. We have opened the Boston Great Bargain Store with a full line of ladies and gents furnishing :oods, fashionable clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musical instruments, etc. Everything at the Will also make special lowest prices. prices for the next IK) days, every day from 10 a. 111 until 2 p. m., Saturday's from 10 a. 111. until 9 p. m. Call on me aud look at goods. Respt. Yours, A. DOBROWSKY, Prop., 21 First St., Richmond, Kv. je2-2- m There will be a house boarding with Bethel College at Russellvrlle next term. ice. I am a candidate for City attorney of Richmond Ky. subject to the action of the Democratic Party. If nominated and it will be my constant endeavor to represent the best interests of the city. Respectfully, d The great popularity of Aypr's Cherry is easily explainOn Saturday evening, July 3rd the Pectoral as a cough-cur- e Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. will run a ed. It is soothing, healint;, agreeable to special train, leaving Lexington at 10:15 the most economical of all similar pre p. in. for Richmond, Ky., Winchester, inralions- It is prompt to act and sure to cure. It Mt. Sterling and intermediate stations to accommodate persons desiriug to remain celeThere will be a Sunday-schoat the Chautauqua Assembly, and wit- bration at the "Willeroy Grove near ness the night musical programme. A Wyoming' in Bath county, on July 3. fine programme has been arranged for Louisville, Ky., May 11, 1897. The the entire day, aud it will pay you to following statement is made by Lena come Don't fail to hear Hon. Henry Watter-so- Johnson, 1018 Treston St., this city: "I on"Abrabam Lincoln." And Gen. have been cured of hives and headaches John B. Gordonon "First dajs ol the by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills, and I cannot speak too Confederacy." highly in praise of those medicines. I George W. Baexey, recommend them as the beet that can be D:s. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. bought." ol Lexare they who have not Foley's Colic ted at the Kentucky Chatauqua at ington, July 3rd. A great program is Cure as a safeguard in the family. " offered that day. At 11:00 a. m. an ada dress by Hon. Henry Watterbon, The county Teachers' Institute wilj "subject," Abraham Lincoln Novelties At 1O.00 Equine and Canine Carnival, Royat Itomin Hippodrome and Congress of European Exposition bo bold at Cloverport, Monday, July p. 111. a great realistic sham battle by 200 combined with Prof. Herr. Adam HagenbecV's World Renowned Trained Animal will exnibit at 10. members of the State Guard. At 2:tJ0 p. Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the m. an address by Gen. John B. Gordon, Burton House, Burton, W. Va., and one subject, (The First Days of the Confedof the most widely known men in the eracy). At 2:30 p. m. a prize drill by bethave visited your city. We have more the Don't state was cured of TheumaMsm after three the Kentucky State Guard, At 9 00 p. ter horses compare ns with havesmall shows thit wild beist; we have more and better and more and better and ponies; we WE HAVE THE UES"T SHOW EVER SEEN HERE. See our huBe performing years of suffering. He says: "I have not in. a great Musical and Novelty program. features Elephants; pee our Monster Den of Performing Lions; our Troup Performing Dear; see our sufficient command of language to convey A special train will leave Lexington af- Funny Performing M6nLeys: see our School of EducjteuShct'and Ponies, sec our Wonderful Dog Circus; see our Drove of Moniitcr Camels and Dromedaries; see our Herd Bcrmese and any idea of what I suffered, my physi- ter the entertninment at night for Sacred Cattle; see our J'O.CCO Feature The Fearful Blood Sweating, Cloven Hoofed, South Elephant. The oaly one in America. cians toid me that nothing could be done Winchester and Richmond, and American Water tor me and my friends were fullly convin- all intermediate points at special rednctd ced that nothing but death would relieve rates. This will be the greatest day in nieof my suffering. Iu June, 1894, Mr. the history of the Chautauqua, and no Evans, then salesman for the Wheeling one should miss it. It Drug Co., recommended Chambei Iain's MxH: Tcnfe Pain Balm, At.thistime may foot and limb were swollen to more than dauble their normal size and it seemed to memy leg would burst, Jiut soon after I began using the Pain Balm the swelling began to decrease, tho pain to leave, and now I consider that I am entirely cured. For jnne-2-lr- :sn Tho National Holiday will be celebra- COL, GEO, W. HALL'S clothing that one is fortunate to light on n genuine bargain. Apnenrnnces are deceptive, hi t there's nothing faKe in our suits. The sale on now is to decrease stock e. ard they must go. Xo Genuine Bargains Suits at $"5 ."A $lTO.S3.C0,G(,0.S7r.0. Can't bo tlu-eated for twice tho money utlnr pl.iccs. re.uIy-nmu- V in-ile- eil m res-rv- pl Richmond, Fridaij. Jultj 2, Ooe Dai) OdK. flrst-class Jlffe Sfffig 2Y A jlarvest of Straw aK-- a :yy: In a city is queer. But we're cutting Staw Hats and the harvest is here a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. Mt.-Sterli- ng, I m See The Eest Show You Ever Saw. &$&&&&&, ,Shoes In Every At one price to all alike. Styled 'The Fing :3 wpg9 sale by W. G. AVhite Richmond, Ky. june-2-lm M Men's Workim GENTS, There are shoe stores which keep one or two of the shoos we have, butthere are none that keeps the variety in foot wear which makes our establishment tlio inecca for all who are looking for fit and excellence of quality and work and 52. Shoos 2T that oMier shoe stores manship. See our SI 25, $1.50, are asking 25 per cent, more money for. Sl-7- 3 HI What's Your Need? A Five hundred hogs were shipped from Ekron last week to Louisville. aud forever. beinadewclI,5tronj ruaguetic, full of new life aud vigor, take ttie wnuder-- orEer, that makes weak men struog. Manr gain ten jioumls in ten days. your Over OO.Ouo cured. Buy druegut, under guarantee to cure, 6O0 or tl.OO. Booklet ana sample mailed free. Ad. (Sterling Remedy Co.,Clncaeo or Now York. w choice, "I'll take the neck Don't Tobicco Spit and Emoke Your Life Away. If yon want to quit tobacco using- easily - n The Greatest Ilargains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. peo- or nothing said the collar to "Well, I'll be rasa the cuff." replied the cuff,close and to hand," TW rSX Stabbed His Assailant. Greek Clay. Report comes from Irvine that We call attention to the announceJudge ment in this week's ifcsue of John R. John Park, wn of Gibson for councilman from University W. W. Park, while returning home 1'recinct. He says, "my platform is a from Irvine, aliout one mile distant, reduction of all municipal expense?. last Monday night, was stopped at a High taxes have already injured this lonely point on the road by a highcity more than all other causes com- wayman who demanded his money. Turk went down in his pocket prebined. People will not moe into sumably for his purse, but instead enterprises in a city which is with debt, and in which drew his knife, "which ho plunged taxation is high. Moreover, we should into the breast of his unknown assailant, who fell by the roadside, with be enterprising; we should induce establish here and give work the exclamation, "You have killed Io to the unemployed. A town in which me!" Park put spurs to his horso and rode rapidly home. Returning the poor are idle is a dead town." next morning ho found a pool of Put Up or Shut Up. blood, but' tho would-b- e robber had All candidates expecting to enter the escued or been carried away by city primary, July 15, must pay their fricndB. Park is only about 17 years fees or their names will not ap- old, aud belongs to one of the most pear oa the ballot. prominent families iu Estill comity. ores-tahli- bh over-bunlenis to-d-ay Clerk Caufield, of the Eddyville penitentiary, has sued Governor Bradley, asking that he be reinstated as Clerk. Hcoi's Pills cure nausea, sick headHundreds of thousands have been inaches, indigestion, biliousness. All drugduced to try Chamberlain's Cougl Remegists. 25e. It dy by reading what it has doue for James Whitakcr, aged eighty, was others, and having tested its merits for stricken with paralysis at his home on themselves are its wannest friends. Helm street, in Henderson. For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. Weary wives, mothers, and daughters ju'ne-2-ltired, nurses, watchers, aud help tired Tho Lexington district messenger women of all classes should take Ayer's service has been discontinued. Sarsaparilla. It is tho kind they need to give pure blood, firm nerves, buovant Cascabets stimulate liver, kidneys and spirits, and refreshing sleep. There is no bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-l10c. tonic equal to Ayer's Sareiparilla. It t ferry is one of tho enterprises Wood Lacey was held over nnder $500 A new bond at Russellville for killing a negro on foot at OWensboro. who insulted Mrs. Lacey. Mrs. WillijunBon will reopen her People with hair that is continually Select Primary School at her home on falling ontor those that are bald, can stop Seventh st. tbtj first Monday in Septem the falling, and get a good growth of hah ber, Your pa ronage is. solicited!,, iA 9 JurMMKtrU by Bttiw IUira Hair Renewer. it . to-da- y which binds two loving1 hearts, an added charm to love imparts. The diamond flashing from the rim, like truest love can ne'er grow dim. Our fine line of diamond rings, etc., deserves the close inspection of all wishing to 'thus testify to the union of their hearts. Tiro hands as well as two heads are better than one. Ak any young man. And when you aikhim. give him a friendly tip that when he eota ready to decorate the other" hand with a eoUtaire he most cotne to ns. Wc trill not bankrupt him. He will set a utone that will be a Joy to the fair one as long a she lives. $2.50 worth $3.00 Men's Suits for '6.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoes 8(1 cents. Ladies' Shoes 6!0 cents. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes f roin 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. Ladies' Sailors, from 5 cents to $1. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. to 20, cts per yd. Straw Matting from Look at these Prices: .Men's Suits for m fcfKS l so the; were satisfied. That's 124-cen- ts y , I " j " f -- j t. j- - i t . - Hfop si" Cast your eyes in our direction. Jewelry was never offered at such low figures. We give yon tho chance to buy at bullion cost. Tho manufacturing and designing must go unpaid for. No limit to bargains, watches are cheap nndit will payyou to como In and see. . DVP.ARMER, je'JO-l- y ;TJi Mlu St, JelerT. v .. H Bargains) Now ! i-- . i . . the way with our customers, nomatter what their fancy may dictate, we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Xeek-weand Shirts of every description and at prices that can't be reached by others. ar Wi g3lj m 9ai I c.ii o a wt w v wi For Good r - Maes at Low Prices See m Hthemew YORK STOREl Up Torn, jndn&Soa'aDia Stand, Richmond, &$., Ljfi?J $ ly 3. irr : : . i i -- , . y.'tt - - Jt. a. fe& y , $rZ. -- , r-j " t J?4' s. -- ?. !S5WBir5S' t5r y--- -- - S.J?cJ, !' f -- JQ-- -' Ck 1fc .3 ff".r. iU c- if5kc."sjj tr-fA 2 Mailer i jz j'e? ,- ' " a5(F2R?ga IBP "5? .''i,apT''. ,--j y- -f -i ' . - - rsiTte if -- Richmond Climax. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. KENTUCKY NEWS. Thfi - I ; A CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT' ' The lAtMt News rroiu All 1'arU or th Commonwealth. v MORPHlNt POISONI G. Mystsrloos G.. At- X. Lilly a candidate for County "5T "We are authorized to announce nf Mnriisrin fr Jos. P. llarnes, the wealthy coal dealer, died at 5 o'clock Sunday morning' H&-as thj result of m rpfrinc poisoning, TOR rOLICE JODGE. was bhe lyini; across found K--"Wo are authorized to announce II. the bed room in h.r SaturiSr C. Rice a candidate for of day n ght about 11 o'clock in .Police Judge of Richmond, subject an unconscious condition. Two to the action of the primary July 15. phys'cians were summoned and remained with her until deaui. She was seen on the streets Saturday evening L. TOR CITY ATTORNEY. about 0 o'clock an she had been out "We are authorized to announce dnv.nj with a gentleman friend. One Green Clay a candidate for the theory is that she committed sJficide, office of City Attorney, of Richmond, while there is another thaSbhe took Ky., subject to the action of the the poison through nmtakctfbelievinfj Democratic party. that she was taking quinine. the action of the Republican party. nrnt Mlintv. sublect to - Paducaii, Ky. June 2S. Miss Delia Barnes, the daughter o Councilman ot Trrt PthUarue. j Miss Dalla 1 murder. Mtj. Allen has been instructed to hold Coinpmy E in readiness should the Lxinsrton company bo nee lc1. Deeming is in L juUvilic, and the tuo companies will form a guar I for him We inesday, when he will be taken to Simpson county for trial. MODIFICATION lif II nmrkjr It. aud - AMooln-tlLfocistoru of ttin I ourl of App-a- ls I'ltANKFOKr, Ky , June 20. The conference of attorneys for the variou building and loan associations ot the state w.ifc livid here '1 ut-s- ly. John Young Brown, of Louis- Hio influence oC the mother It ixiu shapoi tho course of unborn nea-Gaither, accompanied by regimental erations cobs abundincr through, O.Hcer Corn, of Harrodsburg, camo here Tuoday a teraoon and held a all comintr aseb and enters the consultation with .Ma J. J. Kmbry Al- confines of Eternity. "EZith zrhat care, therefore, len. It,is understood that Compan A. I of Winchester, and Company i:, of should the Expectant Mother be guards,. state Frankfort 1i ETuexded, and hoisr great the efstrong been have to fort "bo to ssrard off danger and Franklin, Simpson county, where Ne- ma3ce her life , happy. gro (leorgo Deeming is to be tried for siui...n tiuntjr f .,r Trtni. i,i;ii.UTu, ry., June zj. j 1 TO GUA'iD DkEMING. All.rffil UnMvrp Will IIm WM ta wnovan .rr ? l if .?-; " measure f'- -l A. STATE BONOCASE.Th Con-- t of AtpaU Kiyarsrs tho Dv - -.- mmmmMimmMm)MM& skT .,ji I - j ?zb--- ' ? i' m 1 . . x. . a . Mother's Friend" gjSM - A.1 1- nt m &. "We are authorized to announce J, for Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy., 4Ef City Attorney, of Richmond, Subject to tho action of the Democratic party. FOR JIAYOR. UM mi I w r li m Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce for J. R. Stoukfer a candidateto the Mayor of Richmond, subject action of the Democratic part. leaders were present and pledged the "We are authorized to announce J. W. solid support ol the western Kentucky are Balks a candidate for Mayor of Rich- member.! of the legislature, who'IhW mond, subject to the action of the Dem- yet to be elected, foftdr. ilhea. section of the state controls the demoocratic .arty. FOR COCNCILMEN. P. Armer a candidate for Mayor ot We are authorized to announce D. h system that is made LouisviLUE, Ky., June 2S Congressville; Judge W. U. Ilo.t, Judge L. U. easy and the time of recovery man John S. Hhea's friends have de- Jones, of Winchester, and John Bar- shortened many say "stronger cided to pit him against J. C. S. Blackrett, of Louisville, are among the at- after than before confinement." burn as a candidate for the silver torneys in conference-I- t safety to life of both democratic nom nit on to succec I was not generally known until It insures mother and child. All who have Senator William Liudiay. It W13 learned Sunday that a conference was four to t'.iree in holding tho act o'. 1831 USed "ftolbcr's Friend" say they held before the Frankfort conuncoustititti naL Attorneys ire pre- - yziu. iiexer oe witnout it egam. vention, at which plans were discussad paring a ptititttion for rehearing and Ko other remedy robs confinefor presenting Mr. Rnca for the sen- hope to git :i rn.Mlification of the opinof its pain. ate. Nearly all the western Kentucky ion. 'I lie nsioeiatious say they will be ment ChilS-Birt- RHEA'S FRIENDS To Tit Illm Jos HUckbnrn as si blivrr Democrat C'iidldite fur brnlor, A-n- lint Kx-Go- v. rt""i-- " Judge Durelle haadod down an opinion reveriinff tho dec "slon of Ju ign in"tne Cantr-.i- l state bond case and upholding the constitutionality of the recent act and the validity of the proposed issue. The point of the opinion, which is exhaustive an 1 able, is that tho constitution irameri, in to limiting $ 10,000 the debt which the lfgislature could contract to meet a deficit in the revenue, wera looking to the future and not to tlie debts already contractiUlays ed for such purpose. It adds" that the constitution iramcrs wore evidently renware that therj wa. alreaJy such a debt !)vhleh amounted lieves the tomorethin 550J,00q"andif they meant .ULtciUttuuetr to include that intho limitation, the . .Cramps had and nau- lattersyouid b'en already and they hava. been prohibiting the sea, legislature from doing a thinj already so pre- - uoac. iim-- o uuc IN A thunj:. con-tract- ! Jnclgra Cantrlll. rlslnn YTbakkfout. Ky., June 24. In the Court of appeals Wednesday tr.ornlng Ij ) trl" ffi.!jSf Ig I ' I. J Every Merchant I t OUGHT TO USE. ' ;&''? $''&&ii&mm&m&& Can't ,..". . m ? S P I! V You JW i 5 p Make i fVfSLW I "i f Hi 7 A 5 "JSriiT S o 1 t g and I Two Cillilrnn. Ciafht tjrlur Illlo and Soe. by n Snrin Lic inil btnotn-ri-i- l. 1 5 sensation In tbe throat Is lCRtiintly gt relieved by Br. Bell's Plno.Tar- - c? Honoy n wonderful remedy for couRhi nnd all troubles rented by of tbe iiiucouh mem- - IS brauesof tbe throat and roaplrstory organs. A purely egetablo ooni- - t ig .)enl- - j 3 pound. It contains nothlnjr int? and Invigorating mcdlclUHl proi- g crtlcs. It Is guaranteed to cum the tf 3 most stubborn coughs ns well ns aslhmo, bronchitis, sore throat, La r S Grippe, whooping cough, and croup, Xicltlinig; That S" 1 1 V wS PKK tff&BZ&h 0 I i r p t "HAMILTON" f m J&r jfflF P C S&rS? &3T j0v JWC a Vfcl't8 P5Une fr0ia a Crow's Tail, nor a --rd Dicycle m f.-c- Thc MONARCHi. Cast & & JUTOGRAPHIC KNT "forcettlnc; to charce." fllnptrtrs over accounts. niKic.1T rxKiMKea or an Kinus, A;Ct)RATKL.Y reoord cash suleo. PKK.T-K- T g - have MAKK tx4K-Krrpin- Used or Retailers Everywhere. Wnte lor circular. three bills at one writing. mm W h l: cratic legislative caucuses. Child Gored bj sn Infarlmtnrt Xirwroirr, Ky., fire-year-o- ld Caxr. Wo are authorized to announce "W. D. Arnold a candidate for Council- 8F '? fc&- . tiff man in the University Precinct, subject to tlie action of the Democratic primary, July 15. We authorized to announce Cal. Maupin a candidate for Councilman in Citv Hall Precinct, subject to tne Democratic primary July 15. We are authorized to announce D. R. Tkvis a candidate for Councilman of Court Hou&e ward, subject to the action of the primary election July 15. Sunday afternoon. After trampling the defenseless tot until "blood stainel the"grass all about here, the cow lay dona and rolled upon the lifeless little form, bellowing madly all the time. Several men, having been given the alarm by the two children who escape 1, ran into the pasture an I succeeded ia driving the cow away. rrit-Tnr fatally gored by an infuriated ,cov Heights, was terribly June 23. ilattie, the daughter of Dr. Cha. W. Howard, tho dent.st living in Clifton ani probably R We are authorized to announce J. n LiXCAbTr.it, n "W. Freeman a candidate for pike iniepenent t:cet for counin Court House ward, subjo t olliccs w ill probably be made out in to the action of the primary election ty in Garrard. full Al per&ons favoring July 15. free-turCoun-ciimn- ipike TrWt-t- . Ivy., June 2a The In Court Houe precinct, the primary election, July Pickels a candidate for Councilman subject to 13. We are authorized to announce Geo. such noiainal'onK have been requested to meet in their school districts at the school houses oa July S and appoint cratic primary, July 13. We are authorized to announce C. T. Wells a candidate for Counc in the City Hall precinct, subje t to the Democratic primary, July 15. We are authorized to announce John R Girson a candidate Councilman from the University Precinct, subject to the action of t le Democratic party. FOR MAGISTRATE. We are authorized to announce J. for Cou A. Mershon for in the City Hall precinc , subject to the action of the Dem -- delegates to meet in the courthouse July 10. 1 his convention will cccide upon tr.c advisability of having au ticket. The propose to take an active part in the Xo ember election. rs K fr Madisonvili.e, Ky., June 3i At Lisinan, Webster county. Wood Allen, brother-in-lato Let Nichols, went to a field whe-- c Nichols was at work cutting wheat and called him to the fence. After a few minutes ronvi;ru-tio- u Allen shot Nichols.wlio oniy l:v I a few minutes The deceisvl leav- - a wife, a 'Ajer to AUc.l ho ie murderer is now liRged in jail at D i- l!l Hr H Urothrr-ln-I.- w. 1 a. We are authorized to announ e J. R. Henry a candidate for Magis- i trate of Kirksville Precinct, subje to thelaction of the Democratic part , on the ticket. We are authorized to announce N. B. Tcrpin a candidate for MagisrraV-iRichmond precinct, subject to t primary election, July 15. Iree-turnpin LouiPVlI.l.E, K , Jun? 2S A .iiccml to the Post from Frankfort h ty: hm Buckley, a convict, wis nvjiultel hr Sam Crabtree, a fellow convict ia tiio penitentiary batttrday morning aud fntally injured. Crabtree suspected that Buckley had revealed or intended a plot to escape in vwuch to rev-a- l many of the prisoners were concerned ft. N, i, & B. ft. ft. Time Table No. EAST BOCICD. 29. Taking Effect 1KW. Sun- day, May 2, 2d Class. 1st Class. j Jf0. 1 I NO. 3 I No. 9 Snn'Ex Sun.Ex Sun Ex teruvl.uutlc Ay- IIorsivsTit in, Ky., June 2S. A large force o hands, numbering luj or mre, were put to work Monday upon tne addit.onal wing that U to bo added to the Western lunatic asylum, New Wing to tbo" U iUilU SG3,-00- Versailles NJtholasville Valley View Million Richmond.. A. M. 10 23 11 00 11 25 11 40 11 58 P M. 6 S7 7 36 8 00 6 13 8 30 A.M. 8 55 10 12 10 55 11 20 11 48 1 0 near this city, for waich purpose wa appropriated by the legislature tv o cars ajo. G t IImhti li-,r- t on m Moberler Irvine Union Brassfiefd. Panola west bound. Panola Brassfield Moberler Union Richmond.. Million. Valley View Nicholasville Versailles Irvine Lf.xixgtox, K.'., June 2S. George N. Scott, agei 33, was brought noine Sunday night in a precarious condiP. M. P.M. tion. He went on on excursion to 12 50 12 13 Natural Bridge Sunday, and shortij 12 16 05 12 30 2 00 alter the train started bak he was 12 35 2 15 attacked with heart disease. He is a 3 20 05 prominent young groceryiuan. " No. 2 NoTl No. 8 No! tludcn llmmt.tn Krirr4 tit- - ISlni;. Ex SanjEx Sun Ex San Ex Sin Paixtsvii.t-k- , Ky , Juue 2b. A New Richmond ia ths person of Judge M A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M 3 40 I 30 IL Houston, of Ashland, has entered 1 55 4 28 the fiehyfor the democratic nom4 40 2 00 S 10 2 11 ination for governor. Judge Hous5 15 . 2 17 ton was here Saturday and ma le the 6 86 5 40 235 50 4 00 5 3 9 20 .. formal annouuc-mjof his candi4 1 I j Tr!-- . 6 34 C it rW II 755 58 15 4 40 5 30 5 6 5, 4 nt 83 dacy. Thrown Trnm W P. M. P. M. A. M All trains connect with Louisville South n trains to and irom Louisville. AU trams connect with C. N . O. AT. P. tralnr to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatche Vf. II. ADAMS, Superintendent. AM. Dissolution Notice! The firm of Laxon & Baxnett has dissolved partnership and neither party is rcsponsiila lor debt the other makes. I. V Barrett. June 23 lm W ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY AJ AX Nichol6VIU.k, Ky., June2S Mrs. Eobert Waide, of Mt. Lebanon, this county, horsebacc ri.linir, was thrown from her hor-- and ha her arm broken in two places She was otherwise seriously injared and is in a critical condition. JIM1 Up wnd Jtolibl by Truinp. Ky., June 2i 1'rank BrocK, a section hand, whose labjrs in the L. & N. yards at Corinth nctted him S10 10 last wpek, came to Lexington Saturday night, drow his pay, and on his way home was held up by two train ds and robbed. Ttkm Morphine bj Mutikfi. 1 LEi-iNoio- Il ru and JlKiI'y Hurt. E4 XLJtrroiM IhsLt9 CURE railing Juem Jndip-cretlo- and br Abase or other Kxce Thry qui-hlatut surety rectors Loot YUaUtj In old or 700ns and Cndj, botvlnM or mtrriac. Ci a Tnn Kflrfv, rprevvint for Insanity acd Cocscmtrtion If improrv laka in unm. Their tve chmrs ixsinediate fall InXQrpatand effect a CUiiE where all other sist npon Lrici: the pennine A3 ax TchleU TLer bare eared thousands and i II coro yon, Wectreepos-Itir- a n written encranteo to oCact a core CftpTP v t Gfjyir jconer. Price rarhcaoor refund th (fnl 0. Uy rackaee; or u iksr treatmentt for snail in plain wrtjiper. nwm receipt of price.lUrcnlar Ire, A www v- -., AV . wv.f ;lrrlraat- 01u(t, ub For sale in Richmond, Ky. by Hagan v-- Barnes, daujrhter of Councilman Geo. Barnes, died Sunday morning from an overdose of morphine. Th3 lamily say it was taken by mistake. Ei-S'i- te Paducaii, Ky., Jane 2S. Miss Delia (.MAiiv, Tr.U'ir Nob., w DPHPnvrn Treasurer Bartley, convicted of embezzlement, was sentenced Saturday to 20 years' in the penitentiary and to pay a fine of 5300,030. C'Shlrr Itnbbeil and Mnnlered. June 23. SignorValtgantero, cashier of the San Coovanni mine at Iglez.as, Sardenia, wh.le oa his way from the mine with a large sum, was robbed and murdered- ItosiK, June Iltrtly Sentonrod. 23. Ex-Sta- te Hcrndon. I9b3-l- y The I fthsnnn Cycle "97 Handsomest J BICYCLE Manufactured. iJBIBB lmf"' The newly wedded couple step through the door of the future. They pass from the nappy, present into an avenue of possibilities. Thefu- jture is what thoughtless ixiajtc rfwjl Wk- -- I HB9MftSli -- iT.h1,. f v 4 Corrugated Tubing, I ia. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Beal Direct With Us. 1- -4 Irice, $7.00. 'aa".j"L!i;to WW Manufactured ty e H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. wmm x -- . ,.HE PATS THE.. IBKREIGHT. y. : ?0n -i PIT , FOR THE . -- n - if &Ct ..'. a i. x.. WHOfl.XT. jt-- makes it happy or miserable a success or failure full of the love and brightness and joyftdnes of mutual love and helpfulness, and healthy, rosy, rollicking children, or, tortured with pain and sickness nnd mutual and dependence, and lacking the binding tie of healthy, happy offspring. A world depends upon the young wife. If she has taken proper care of herself and is healthy in a womanly way, the probabilities are all in favor of a happy home filled with the music of childish laughter. Too manyyoung women neglcst to take care of their w oraanly-selve- s. They shrink from the distasteful "examinations" and "local treatment" upon which most physicians insist. There is no need for this. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriution acts di. rectly on the important and delicate otgans concerned ia wifehood and motherhood. It makes them strong and healthy. It allays inflammation, heals ulceration, soothes pain and gives the tortured ncrvfcs rest and tone. It prepares for wifehood and maternity. Taken during the expectant period, it banishes discomfort and makes the coming of baby easy and comparatively painless. It 's insures the health and an ample supply of natural nourishment. Over 90,000 women have testified to its merits, Drufrgists Who offersubstitutes aim. to get a few pennies extra profit. Dr. Pierce'sgreat book, " Common Sense JI diral dywfjr." would prevent xnoie lu-- a fcatf life sickness in any family,. It gi-- es the tfcst advice for curing common t ailment witboBt a doctor. It tells anatomy .and physiology- -, and tiuMvMt-vafaableof Mlieaad ia fault-findin- g new-comerall-abou- what their health it the-orig- ia lTSEO0!ffl;SIiEET, tea.JMdical Mee-co- fi. 'j - rMiMto;pay ... Jn.wper'Csywja for 21 ce-caat of wftSinfr only.. mm ivo JHr;jmited. et . "A Louisville, Ky., June 24. Harry CL A STRAIGHT DK10CRATIC. Pulliain, president o: the Louisvillo 0 Friday were the following for Ken- - j baseball club, was nominated for the KDYSPAPER. tucUy: Battletown, Meade county, legislature br the democrats of hi M. J.. Bennett, vice J. A. Bennett, rc o! Jacks" Tue' HopKt.ivir.l.r; ICy., Juni 2.X Tha signei; Cottonburg, MadUon county, legislative district in this city at selecFor the Free Coinujrenf Silver. day's primary. Mr. Pulliam's triii o Cli ton Oarrott, a wealthy and J. II. Long, vice D. J. Smith, resign- -i ; tion was all the more a compliment beFor the Chicuo Platform. d prominent p'nnter, with will-fu- Croosland, Calloway county, J. D. cause he did not have an opportunity Drandp, thrciuni'ie. Wo can pave you For theDeinocnitic Nominees. mtirdi-rinSen us a trial order; you 'till Tom Leave!!, colored, Dionev vice C W. Atkins, reraov-..to m ike a canvass, being away from lie v,hn wiili our prodinta. y For the Interest of the Masses. ami wounding old Reuben Leavell, the Flagfork, Franklin county, A. V. the city with the Colonels during the pli'.ised to liiar lioiu country meroutgrowth of a quarrel about the vice James Waldner, resigned; entire campaign. The mdmberj of the chants. All the Latest Telegraphic-News- . of a seal ling tub, is on. Much Flat, Wolfe county, S. D. Hobbs, vice Louisville team telegraphed their di.-u!twas experienced in impanelRous, White Levi Couch, removed; fuka, L.vingston thank? to the voters of the district ing a jury The case is attracting county, D. A. Sexton, viceS. 49 Kiciimoxd, Ky. Wallace, Wednesday morning, and promised in All the Latest State News. widespread attention and the court- removed; Jamestown. Russell county, return to land the Colonels in the first All theLatest Market Reports house was crowded with interested A. A.Falkenburg, vice O. B. Vaughn, re- divUiou. spectators. moved; Kingston.Madison county, T. C CnnIuctor fir Om iam-IMf- f Correct Market Reports. K nluclir Hands. W itt, vice J. J. Barclay, removed; Tti' LracirtOTox, Ky., June 24. On ThursriiAXKFuKT, Ky., June 23 The recWayno county, Jerry luggle, day the young ladies of this city will M:vri)ii armv. jenrrn puu Correct Com Reports. A new, rdiatlo and aorei.of for mjv ord in the appeal from Judge Cantrili'a vice J. N Snephard, resigned; North take tharge of and conduct the elecReliable News Reports. t K 'u ri decision invalidating the Kentucky Middletown, Bourbon county, II. C. tric street cars to collect fares for the t rm od ohy orrr EO.eno Ilone&t Editorial Policy. Jl r '"" t'" ' ice-i- s tuitlaJi-n- . bond issue of was filed in tho Peters, vice G. F. Uradlcy, nimoved; benefit of the Children's home. Among JCaino W wn,, rv (3 '"is. spjUI Lot It. Tent T e 'S 'JTio court Oakley, Laurol countj-- , Lucinda Sew-clcourt of appeals Tuesday. '. i u - " e Dispatch and The t7 Wf' la pliln wra, rr. Said in CI a.l the young women who will servo in t scunptfnr partliiUrn. Ho! J ( - St'75 Climax oacyear for is now considering the question en vice H. B. Bennington, removed; the capacity of motormen and coni rUTtHH). . " t Ux banc and it is practically certain that Pettit, Daviess county, G. n . ductors are Misses Sarah Scott, Daysie Weekly Dispatch a decision will be rendered Wednesday Sold by Kiclin.oiid Driit: Co. and W. Jityular J'rice vice Nannie Nave, resigned; Winston, Margaret Darnall, V.rginia SJ.U0) and Climax ($1.25), or next day reversing Judge Cantrili'a Priceville, Hart county, Shirlio Nancy Lyle, Clara Dudley, Mary May, G. AVhitc decision and holding the act authorizGardner, vice J. W. Cordcr, resigned; Carry M irtin, May Boswell, Ruth and S2.JJ. ing the bond issue constitutional. Relief, Morgan county, J. M. FerMay.no Clar.c, Belle Pjarsou, Mina TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. guson, vice Solla Sherman: Rock- and Grace G odloc, Mary Robinson, TTho can thlDk Sunt Ills K tli r. Idea of som simple Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets. Ail Wanted-- An Lrxinotox, Ky., June 23. In the castle, Trigg county, A. J. Collins, Mary Dillake and others. tbiOKtocaientr rcf.imi the money if nni- IiImu; ther mar bring you c court here Tuesday John R. vice S. E. Stanrid, resigned; Rowland, I irtlcrnl for Ino uittr 3!nilnn.!:htr. Druceistssale by W. O. White, it faiN to Pure. PrftiAhm - TA'HinFliHtTRS jfcCO- - Patratwealth AttnrFor Writ. DniBirist, Ky. Gentry, of this county, filed suit Lincoln county, Frank Cordier, vice cejs. Washington. 1. X. Tir their ttU) prtto oiler uiclul Cm Bkxtox, Ky., June 24. The grand tad list or wo hundred turcuUou waated. A. Ij. Shclton, removed; Shelby City, nsrjiiist his father, 'Wheeler Gcutry, for jury naa adjourne I after a damages. Youug Gentry claims Boyle county, J. M. Gooch, vice S. I). t,ess'on. Tnirty-tw- o ind ctmeats were McFerran, resigned; Tildcn, Webster found, mostly for 1 his father took possession of a gaming and of land which had been leased by county, A. D. Cioyd, vice Noah Tapp, piece Miss I la Gaines, the pretty removed; Warsaw, Gallatin countv, liiiu brfoie the lease expired. girl who shot and killed T. IL Kirby, vice Oiambers, re-- IaTc Ru iolph a few months ago, was Kentucky Minuter Honored. Bloomixotov, 111.. June 23. Rer. moved; locum, Morgan county, W. S. indicted y the grand jnry for Martin Hardin, of Harrodsburg, Ky., Bay, vice J. M. Moxei, removed. manslaughter. She was playof President ing with, as she thought, an empty TOLEDO MEN of this city, has accepted a call when, po'nting it at the boy, to the pulpit of Green Hill 1'rcsby. Usrrow'y Ksrsp Irownlnc nt tho Falls it fired, the ball taking effect in the Opened next door to Richmond National Bank. Below we nt Lialaville, Kj-terian church, Girard avenue, young man's brain. Her trial i set quote a few of our prices : , l'a., and will assume the pasLouisville, Kj-.- June 20. Three for Friday. torate October 1. prominent citizens of Toledo, O., had Ar-- ! IVnniHii liln ba t'lnly. .$1 00 Bat flranulatPil Snjrar 20 lbs. for 25 . Arbuckle's Coffee 2 lbs. for a narrow escape from drowning- - FriEi.kton, Kv., June 2. Mrs. Ann Doctor uii I scho.ilijlrl K'op. 15 r.est Itraml Canned Corn 7',c. 2 for I'.vi.sn.svii.i.K, 25 Ky., June2.J Host Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 cans for Dr. W. day afternoon. They had just arrived RjsscI, an aged and respected woman, 25 IJct Maple Loaf Lnnl. 4 lbs. tor W Kurgoon, a wealthy physician of in this city from Cincinnati on the who resided about five miles east of 10 Itel Star Wash Boards Johnson county, eloped last week with naphta launch RestlebS, on their way this city, on the Allcnsville pike, died 10 Ilst Coal Oil per 2 lbs. for to the great lakes. Yv'hen they got to suddenly Tuesdar imrning at 10 15 1'are Stick Candy pretty Uose Blanton, a 15 Tare Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for the canal, instead of going through, a'clock. She was 77 years of ago. n sc.ioolgirl of Oil Springs. Mrs. they steered the boat straight for the is prostrated. I), nnlii: Tri i I'o.tp moil. Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention, Give falls intending togooverthem.evidcnt-l- y Lexington, Ky, Junu 21. A com- mc a call and be convinced. "Wholesale and Retail. not knowing the risk they were run- pany of Kentucky State guards A HOLD UP ning. Tho boat was caught in the to guard Gjorge Dennkig from u t Ntshrltle I tllrosd Ot ths Kentucky chute and was rapidly being Louisville to Frankfort were halte I ClriiTllli-- , F,nn. G. HARGOLEN, carried destruction when the men htra and sent home by a telegram Narhvii.i k em., June 25. Only on the tolookout at the Cob E IL Gaither stating that partial information from yet obtainable of a hold-uon the Louisville and station saw them ami gave the alarnx the trial had been postponed. Capt. Dcvm sent a skiff to their resNashvdle ra lroa between Clarksvlllo ISny llurlartConf ras. the and Guthrie, about 0 o'clock Tuesday cue, and they were caught just as ov-- r Lkxinqtov, Ky., June 24. Charles prow of the launch was going GIVES THE GGHSUMER SJT1SFJCTI0H, HIGH GRACE WORK night near St. Ilethlehem. One man JolmsTn, John Wallace and Chick falls. , , . .....! WI. tn, if -inaiuiasauHCUIl- IX1 tnelilt MinnTheM l.f a savers towed,.r.them Sander, boys, aged 15, 10 and 17, re. . . ui uiuii mc iiii ... Consequently is lies! for the Dealer to handle. mot-thmr ,wM press car ami obtained, according to ' TO . ... ,,., . . spectively, were arrested hero at an .. u;j u.i(G V tu U..UU.. wicii names A Full Line of Send for reports iu Clarksville, from 5J.0J0 to Gns Weber, Perry Lawreno and llert ear y hour charged with rpbbing the tl.UJU. UUGGIES, Catalogue and Wilson. The party will procel n residence o Thotms McLaughlin of Tlie express car was iu charge of 1 hey confessed. S145. SUKREYS, Prices. Messenger L C llrennon. The train, their way to the great lakes Saturday Ctu rht. l!csp"il I'f'in morning. No. 102, left Memphis at 2 o'clock PHAETONS, Aki.ixotux. Ky., June 24. Murderer - An IIUF.-itn-l Fimlly. Tuesday afternoon. The robbery ocS'ephens. who w.ii e han leuffod jumpROAD WAGONS, AU Worl: e Ky., June 2a Mrs. curred four miles east of Clarksville at Paducaii. wimlo.v of the I. C near ed through-Guaranteed. 9:3 o'clock, it is supposed the robber orthington, who lived threo C. in night, was ciught at ton bnarrlel the train at Clarksville. miles 'rom the city, in Illinois, died the tankSunday Wedncs lay a ternoon. he-- e When a few minutes out he entered Thuridty of blood poisoning. Her DOVETAIL ofVcalso babe die 1 from the same One thousand dollars rewar.l wai the car .and ordered the messenCa. toiiCeUesJ St. CRAWFORDSVILLE, IND. Manufacture ger to open the safe, which was cause about the same hour and in the fered for him . iione. After securing koiuc money tho same be i. Both were buried in ti.e Krt Der Murlr. DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IN THE WBITL ms. LA5T LivriitrooL, O, June 24. Ztch robbr pulled the bell cord. When same grave Friday. Last September the traiu slackened it tpeed he jumped Mrs. orthington, in a quarrel with Rob.ns n. of Pit'sourgh, who has mayte - bui off aud made his escape. At midnight her sister K taline, struck her on the been on trial at Lisb-ifor the murder bloodhounds were placed on the ban- had with a broom handle and ino his wife, Alice, in this city, a few dit's trail and it is thought he will be stantly killed her. Sae was indicted weeks ago, was Wednesday found ciiptured be ore morn ng. The pas- lor manslaughter, bu the case never gmitv of murler in the firt degree. sengers were not disturbed and knew came to trial. Since the tragedy five The jury was out less than ,ix hour members of the family have died. nothing of the robbery until it was A motion for a new trial was file L A by the messenger. pirn of insanity was mxd i by Robin-sou- 's Mob Vlolrnve. DetrrmlRett to s attorneys. Sliuilnc Jln' Trunk Fonnit. FramvKort, Ky., June 28 The govBitADFOitii Juitcriox, O., June 23. A ernor of Kentucky II it V ctimi "w Orleans. is determined to farmer tivu miles south of hero found prevent mob si0lcnce in this state. New Orleans, Jnne 24. Tho ina trunk wrapped in clothes line in his While every one kaonai that the soltense heat continues hers. Five deaths Wednesdiy, among barn Tuesday. The trunk, it was found, dier boy were going to Simpson were report 3 Da.lley, a well known belonged to John Henry who has been county to protect George Dinning tho them is missing since Juno 11, anJ contained Negro who is to be tried there next cotton broker. How- - it got there is a week, his clothing. none suspected that cannon Confarr tl on JIoKliili-- and mystery wo,u!d be necessary to prevent mob Tha trustCr.r.VBi.A.XD. O.. JuaoUl. SI. C. l.lllcy v violence, but acting Governor Worth-i- n Columbus, O., June 20. Capt M. C. gton thought otherwise, and two ers of tho Western Reserve university, Lilley, aged 7rt. known all over the cannon were loaded on flat ears here at thvir meeting WedneslayJ conferred United Slates as the foun ler of tho decree of LL.D. upon; President Friday night to In shipped to FrankMcKinley and Samuel F. YiHiamson, establishments here, died lin. 7 suddenly Tuesday morning. of this city. lltor Moors' IVtrwelL Lexixgton, Ky., Juno 20. The Bluo 11. Owens. The Anton) z C'ntitnrt Resign. Deuth of C. London; June 23 A dispatch to tho Grass Blade has given up the ghost for Somerset, Ky., Junj 21. G. B. Times from Santiago de Chili says that keeps. Editor Moore explains that he Owens, a prominent citizsn of tbia the Antunez cabinet has resigned. had to quit because he is out of money. city, for several years connected with Ho says in tho dying issue of the paThe retiring cabinet is liberal. National Dink, is dead. per: "1 never intend, so help me the First Jupiter Olympus, to ask again any huA l..xl icton I'ailurc llarrlcaii- - ttt 1'jtUuoth. man being or any other variety of an- Lexisotox. Ky., June '2i. Bartlett, Padl'cait, Ky., June 25. A hurri- - j imaL any god, demi-gI, angel ghost 1 Monctiy morniufj beibreoht cane Thursday sweptover the city and . or angel, to assist me to the extent of did great damage to buildings. The ' one single red cent in editing tho Blue to rrel v. lUrlletL 'Ihetr atststd include the Sout. Uroadivay Coal Co., 'Adams Express wagoa, standine on Grass Blade." valued at Liabilities unthe levee, was b'.owa somi distance, known, together with the horse and driver. THE MARKETS. At Mayfldld Mrs. A. M. Jones and SKELETONS GALORE. child were thrown out of a buggy and CIKCIWKATL Juno 3. FLOnn Spring lancy. f.iaoaJ-73- . sprlni H"ht i lt rty of ISniio lluitpri FootI on seriously injure L och21.6m I tin Jliirr-- u lamily. Hlli3.3J. spring latent. (4.1924 51: liinndof S 10 NichuWn. YVIII Ilurd f..r Uli ai I Ons. ivlater patent. tlZvQiCO; lancy. Loso Bsaci;. Cal., June Ji After Asiila:d, Kv., Juue 2" Arrange Imily, extra. Si'SJjs 00, low "Weeks' sojourn on the barrye. Northttestera, ItJSg nuariy three; ments have just been completed with cride. ttij.ii0; ren ulanJ jfi Son Nicholas, a party of 4.4; do eWy. !35ai4i eastern capitalist to sink a number of relic hnnters reaehtd Jjoa U nun-Sal- os: Na red. trck. SPc. lieac.i wells for oil nnd gas in tho country p Coits Sales: Mixed,2 ear, iradc.SiJic. ilonduy loaded, n'.tli skeletons, ikulis place. T.vo pirtie- - hava nar th's Oats sales; .No. 2 white, track. I2Kc: do at and ancient imD.cmate and ornabeen taking leases for sonn time and elevator. Sic: Ko 3 white.- tnpk. Slc: Na i ments of btoae and bhcTls, the re mixed, track, sic. sampla zclied, at elcv.tor, nearly all the desirable property is UHa rutins uf historic tribes, 'lho party ST5T-now under contract. Krc Sales: Sample, to arrive. Sic. (ouud b7 "skulls burjed in the sand ' Hugs beiect shippers', select of the Hblaud,- - but were only able struck by L c'ltnlnc. (air ta AklixgtoN, Ky., Juno Si. Jjightning lute e 5. S:0 U.&.;rocd Mrnt,good p&tkM to secure thrjje entire. They made I ir t) S.iis aadroasbi, j3u03.,C. 11453 S3Hr on" es.MVl80H,.iw,sn y feet square, iu struck the residence of William coiumoa Eas Rscectly bseif Coayorled Into a Modern . Palace tcATTLr Pair to coad shtpjcr', SLOO.tCO; two miles northeast of town, wh'ca h found ninq skeletons in a early Thursday morning. Tho resi- exports. ,4 d5it4 75 aood to uholco butcher', crouching attitude, as if the men, woin-r- n Hnll8 and Eutnvnea are Mjirtflfs and Tiliii!- of the Finest Quality. (1W) 4,35; lair to medium butcher". (tS-dence of G. S. llollenbtck, in the cen- a9- coaaoa. $l2iaiea and children had bem buried alivo. ter of the town, waj also struck, deSheep ami Lamdi ihcep-Exi- ra. In another place they found the JIS 3 35 Rood to choict, $i65 ."15. common ta molished the kitchen. of hnudre is o b htd 2000 Yards o! Brilliant, NeT,u Velvet Carpet Adora tne Floors hlr, fiOiiei Limbs-Cxf- ris mu.J.5--3- ; "been burued. Kviieucd tras found Jrt'.qa ten s.n.c-- in Knntn'-kr- . good te chJlce, fljJiittJ, cwnmai to tdr. - - - 0K UKlMlOtmS, PAIsLlUS A.l) Ill'l'KIt HAI.LS. - - SJL50 t4 ?5 that tlw island w w inhibit I by two Iloi'Ki.NsViLLl:, Ky.. June 25 Dur' ,. ... n.iy . It ...I.. 'i..pi VeAt. CALVfS-F- alr to gil Uglr.. 5 0) "ir" or wore diCoren traces, one of which ing a sturin here Wednesday morniug 6T5 ,xtr, 7 007.ii; common a:.L was of great Size, peculur charactertwo earthq lake sliocksjiverc felt. Thu H00ai73. Dlnlng-Rqp- m Offices cfid J3g VJtifully Decortsd andBrll- khf.kingo. the w lls,vi large buildings Vk.0l Unvashed, Dao merino. 10 re per istics beinr riant jaw bones, t , clothing. U sUu mllu-nwas perceptible to everybody. 'The lb. gu --- : lian.tf'f Lighted. . v Ditnof I.tTiTrial'ifiXeil. J3 il lei brild Ualler deiatm v.bratious were from west to cast. UnuAiTA, 0 Juno 3i- - Judge Ueiser-mamedium ro ublaj, .4 411c. Vmhsd, tins meri . m 51hi.' AtT o'.lnnft. 00 a to Vftn" Filit )er x, i3o; medium clothlnr, il3t c; pleas court, reny fili'unt.". Sifpcrfor in tljo South, r.ito of CATLirrrfiUuno, Ky., June UV Dolly SelatnoJJ:cj, l3&16s: Ion? ebixbiat, lz7e; i dered ottliccommot his deciIoaMoaday"oa the gen- Its EquJpmtftsjthroHg!rout-arquirtcr-bioLewi and Kite Parians onjj iged an an coarse. lJtflJe; and low. lisllci commoai eral demurrer to the 3indtetraeutsxe ainixx unlimited round C3ntes,t over tho afrsj--uraed afjalnst Z. T. "Iewl, the bond JhWio!:Kt'June.23. fections ,of hatnuel Bovtman. Uliey Wnr t June, TfiMe blu Ju(j-',r f6- u iiop;en:' sor-jcr- , Ths juUf-- a overruled jthe de are aow in the same cell aud seem to ocrtumi; iJecorawfr,7lii. r i murrer ron all ooints and fixed .tlie- , bidhjust. Xa-- Waj" iaafc hare no fight left in them. of Lewis September. 39jjc p'v. 0"lVrroil.t I. laifton. afkeo. JixnenIed oait juir.-ss:;:ht;Have3enjiv - ., Lexisoxox. M June"25, Gov.Chas. . .Hl fe.lc'o: Juae JSjT t lf.v,EL.. v. nar .. r bf VTVDV ri ran ... I J4 wheat Juiw, 73e: Jalri TJ4tj bepe- - Xt lmt IT AbUiaA. A VIVROBVUb TUlBVu. . LJ, fl-- " -- HT 4 A LffWiiD b: Tp'Ferrellof. ''inTR,'aBd3iis st&lf. er. Xft9MeOeaaibr. - .! .; .irnpnit nr..ruv. . IjuiiuM Jfop- filudcat of - ! 7.. r fl ivere1aerBTiTifici.raiH 2G. fou'lb-clasre-qu- irr com pel le I to go out of business uutesa the opinion is at least mo liCe.l. KIT .11 It c ,rlel. Louisvilm?, Ky , June 21. The Chicago. In liatinp )lii &. Louisville Railway C . Tu s lij reco ded a mortiragj foratoiatS , iiTl.OU wurth of refunding bo ids itsn."d u the Central Trmt Co. of New York and Jam is Murdoch, trustee for the bondholders This wis don under the reorganization of the new roai for the purpose of taking up outstanding bond, nut cohered by tlu foreclosure. A Mtuilar mortgage is Wi g filed in each of the count es through which the road runs, as I by law. 1 he (Ur;nlt Slurile- - Trial. rii "A rntomr vlto wire uod Mfotlier'a Friend, mitp that if fho fctil to ko through tho ordw.l Kin, onrt mi-- wore cat lemr bottles to be oitJinM.rnd tlie co't v $100X0 por bottle he would hz.ro thsm." GF.0.LATT0H,Dyton-,Olji'- . TO r&lnblc inforutatioa "!Xr'yrrAVT KOTTT'vs" . onrrpt'nrW.$f ooPEIM!OTTIF fre coouiaioe mill aad Twluatftiy letuaionUls. 0V-- IW-t- TMtBRADnCLDFEaOLATORCO..ATLAT.ai. VOi.0 RX XU. PRUU&CIST6. 4 TO A ScLL STAMPS. Commli-ilune- il Hexdrksox, Ky. June 2. When an Pin8-Tar-Hone- $y i;.av24-6iold truntc was opened in the hum of 1 Joseph Melton, near Bordley, in U .ion Is sold everywhere at ISc, s? county, the fatner found his two l.ttlo 40c and ILU0 a bottte, or T.HI re sent npon receipt girls lying In it, smothered to deat j. of price by Lnura, 7, and Jennie, 5, lay looked in Tito E. K Sntltcr nnd 8 each other's arms. XUeuicIne Componr, d Wh.le their parents were absent tho ITavinirbetn appointed Trnte? of tl.c raducah, Krntnfky. Uru Company, notice is hereby Riven children had been playing hide and IMo. wwvmvmwm ,iat all account due sa.d firm must be settled seek with three other tots. While niued lately with the undersigned. 27-search-tifor a gool hiding placa tho W. K. TOWERS. Trustee. two evi lently thought of an old trunk In the cellar. They crawled into ll and closed the lid. The other children ha I been search lng for three hours when Melton and his wife returned. Fat.ier an 1 mothor conducted a distracted search for an Our f.irtory mi Laurel Sireel in THE irt now runninu', ami we arp hour before tho trunk was thought of, fl A spring loe'e had made it an air tSht prepared to till orders for twift of the ' r. n . v i. i i n n I DR, BELL'S g H Hamilton AntoracWc Register Co. HAMILTON, OHIO. ll I w Sk V Look Under the Enamel ! 3Sp nSc1bl ik - C; ITI i g X ? v" Notice to Debtor?. We want bright business men rePreseat us f3 C ' ''J ' T Ilicb-ion- everywhere. x L 20 e25-l- w 1 V M S (Note ll Is to ay. MONARCH Chicago CYCLE CO., Locdon. SUPPLY THE TRADE Subscribe Wow! UdiiilAi r . New York 0 aprI4 - ly Ibis ai. ma i.ol fpcur tomb. liirga Kambornf I'nstmKStnrs AYsiii.oto?, June s post-xastcrs for Harr l'ul Um umiu .toU fur tho Lsglt-ltn- r. "Priis ol Riekmnd," Among the commissioned if "I. i, I " ul I If ff DISPATCH . WiJa uzii. ll "hir loll lilvfciN IN cha-ge- Mi-Leo- d, g ; Kspe-t'iall- Vio-let- t, GOLD AW"AY pos-se.vd- y a g Mon-ticell- o, pills ? ltKi-- t v intn'-tura- i "ir Su-'viS"i-U- o '"--- r chp-- i, I 1 Dod-so- T R 7 &&, .. &aR ri-it- 25- -. K!i.h-niou- d, - nine-day- s' 1 11:1 misJc-mean- or A S.-- -i New Cheap Cash Grocery sAIND FRUIT HOUSEJfe iuvol-untT- ry son-in-la- ex-Vic- e Stuv-enso- n, 'pi-tol- , 1'nila-dclphi- a, . b ff v- t,- -i K Vv Fur-ge-.o- -! 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" y nrul r.e i'hitrrn K"S nh "Itl incHHnryr for o t h pn r- ener thiroHtMi it f ' wbvrriMwB wti year it(of wordK. a d . t p t n en tin t ih if er,iaH t b r- - or mil (i'i a .ii wi ie Tkk M'ny itrtHmi o . B anoitrap lh It time iT'tr i..h by tn- - ; utii- .Mnchn h i attract I nrtfratM'tM i -- uar i e a y mc 9& nw o wie i ii j Na m ua i rnv ik e at n jjrt.iou. i intf a b pm ii a o.4ce. Tn c t n r- - .?!? d it.im.fioc IK ismiu-- i i I b print! i tn- . i "i le member. every ooi te tmlrt a r Ifv u t as ni I m Jjoi-Twjrv of ii V r m F r . P iff t Iai I ti Hal ai true i i on w t t nntion fe tn ir more wortN. tintt'Ht antta.iwi-nin ho ran form advcrb-4,prel!r- - n -f e tp-- -- wit. i uil ? fv a-- trt -- a.--- atfvi yr t cei - w. f o h 1 ae r - mi5t te, flr' kat lrr r t 1 t i h- - ii -- v frtKre ml h-- f cim,o m re tjrH I.-i afut r- rlr jb j ii thi'ttu JT t- -r PETER FLUCK'Stf- Great German Remedy, DR. ' J.H.NEFF&C0. Main (Opoiie Price Cith-er.n- a Strat. CiHiKlon ) C:-- ld "1 COMPANYrT Country Produce Bought snd Soi,l riiszhe-- t h iL.rk.t I'-ii.- l SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. Pr-vn- at For 1 tie id . Immediate Belief Positivo Cure ci 'm'' 1 1 NEURRLGIfl. IndoriKl by physicians of the highest sfcKldlnjj. I TRADE MARKS, CCSICHS. COPYKICHT3 &c. Anrone sendli; s lrtc h ari. Jevriptlon wfaetjer mi inTeot ri is qii cScly ascertain. probablr patcitHblo Coauanratio!9 etnctlv c- uIMential. ur nit pktt-nOldest aceacj t r In America. o hire a W ash i wt"n otHc. Tatenta taken lbro;i,h Moca i. Coepecul not.ee In tlie -- rv Sra fr. ir u - - reT a J Wll-laius- U-- .l. R. rega- I Fox Sals by 2io. per DitrccisTS. bos. au. mayifi tun SGiENTIFIG AfdERIGfiH, txsintlfnl'r inastrT'ii, lr-iinr uticuthc Joumm w !.0 sn months, "pocln n Uuux ON l'ATKSTS :do. frwe. ct HUNSTGGK GHEHIGAL CO., HANMISAL, MO. KUNN CC1 lia-making Broada. ur i or!i. i uiindluju AJOrwj nnMlm of CC, SDID Ws o t mVOFl to this s& JSrm? .... m i " t (d25-ai0- : Get one of our statements of your We are THE W LLARD HOTEL w JL.aTJTETllTJIJtt, -- suroyou - . 1: Cf5oeoofy?c ATal-ingha- j - have overlooked it, aud take this method of urging a prompt settlement of "jour account. In ordr to keep up our imapr proachable stock of dry goods and ladies' furnishings, it is imperative that the old accounts be settled. You so how that is. All work and no play makes" Veador and John-du- ll ns boys. t U, .. . in '"" e - .m '??! feav -- 1 rter-bLT- - -r-r-- wm& F A m-- T cam.. V& e- - S JLJL4 . i i toi WW I. n, ol . 7; ,'t ji . - - - e T.C:-- .; r triaK-foriloada- a. -- :- -- Mj.J& tOB eXJM 7 Ji it. t. 5t .. VV.' 1 -- AMMufsv WWPWJ" orld; . " of -- ri j,,,- - awisww, . marnmi. ii .; . i . J" .t"rv- -J.i3iTAlir;rCWMt ' . - theoriai fni" c?' 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