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LV t, M r M --- -M- I 7 L . . - Lt i f i w I JB-- m t). i m f m a tr VOLUME XL TO FOREIGN RICHMOND, MADISON LANDS thrown a thousand men out of employment tooktlie.ni to Canton with .gulden caps in those bright dayB when votes wens wanted COUNTY, KENTUCKY, $9.80. froinlicholiifi-villc WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1897. )ANDY CATHARTIC c S3 a tv f r Ft&"jr&! - NUMBEE "Nothing else like it:" The most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. 5. s -- ji AW wish lo caution all users of Simmons T.iv. r Regulator on a subject of the deepest ut-- WARNING. NIAGARA FALLS RQYAl We Send it FREE! TO m Totind Trip at this rate ami miorUmco to their health jerhi their lives. The sole proprietors -- nit m ikers of Simmons Liver Regulator I irn UmI fiutomcra are often deceived by buy m.; a iJ Uking some medicine of a nimi'ar apjwantnce or taste, believing it to e riiramiitii Liver Regulator. We warn vou that unless the word Regulator is on i package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever h made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything c tiled Simmons Liver Regulator, bulJ. H eihn&Co., and no medicine made by anyone f.se is the same. ,.We alone can put it up and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not heln vou as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, if you have been in the habit of nsmg a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has len favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache Dyspepsia, and all disorder arising from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZKILIN & CO. Take rt 1 Are the Workman of Hanna's The great Cleveland Kolling Mills have cut down thesrsgts of men working State Driven to Find Em- by the ton from 'JO to 45 percent, wiihin ploymment. tho past ten days. The leaders of organized lalwr and I have talked to men of that theroare Their Condition In the Most all parties out of employment more than 13,000 men in CleveEighty Protected Disiricls land y not counting raw laborers. More than one-ha- lf of the bench moulPitiable. ders now average not more than S7 a week. The American wire works tried PROSPERITY HAS FAILED. to get its men to accept a reduction in wages, hud, failing in that, work them on short time. There are three men for So black and bitter is the spreading every job on the docks. The large bi mechanmisery in Ohio that native-bor- n cycle factories have almost supeuded ics are uctunlly leiivinf tbeir own soil to oixirations. Three q of the bicycle seek for u chance to earn bread in Engmechaiucs are out of work or have had land. to take odd jobs at other things. - Tliis is the most terrible and impressThe Urooks Iron Works are paying ive thing yet seen in the industrial and men ninety cents per day for putting up coniinerci.il gloom which deepens everv street signs. Machinists arc laid off evday, and gomt of these poor fellows have ery day. Not more than one third have been driven from their Iiltle homes in steady emplov meiit. So the awful story this country in which Mark Uaiinn has goes throughout Ohio. At the mouths riFen to wealth and supreme politiisil of the rich coal mines men are actually power. Listen to this: starving. The men in many parts of the I Mrollnl this morning :icnn the State do not average more than one day's bridge that leads from tho noisy centre work a week. Whole families are living of Cleveland toward Mr. Hanna's prince on 50 cents a week. Women ami chilly home on the shore of the treat lake. dren who were Hying decent iu other Inky clouds of smoke whirled up against times are going barefooted. the sunlit sky. The glancing uiurk of At Canal Dover, You ngstown, Warthe river ;ir beneath inc. I was halted ren, Canton, ami similar cities and fwns by 0110 of the local Ialr leaders who inthe factories art entirely closed, or oen troduced uic to a Bturdy, only part of the time. The great operad voting man, who carried :i tors in Wall street may force stocks up .ihse. lie was an engineer. I never or down, but they cannot change these saw a better face, a stronger nofe or Listen to this if you want to know chin, a I en re r eye. w hat part a trust can play in this game "I'm ofr for England," he said, I of life aud death, if you want to see Hie can't get woik in Ohio, and I don't wunt foot of law less corporate power on the to give up my trade or be a tramp. bread tray of the poor: Walk along with me, for I can't stand The tin plate makers along the Ohio henor I'll niisrt my train." river irgion recently asked for higher We t nidged across the rumbling wages. The factory owners then ed lnidire in silence for a few moments. a higher tariff on tin plate. But I glanced at the exile out of the tail of an advance in the price of tin plate was my eye and. saw that bis eyelids were not in harmony with the Standard Oil red. He had just taken leave of hii Company, which ships a large part of its brother. product abroad in cans. Mr Rockeftl-ler- , "It's tough," he slid. I don't know a President of the Standard Oil Comsoul in England." pany, threatened iu the event of a larg"Wliy don't you hanv: on here for a er duty on tin plate, to establish tin while?" 1 suggested. "The new tarilT plate mills of his own, and drive the hill will become a law by September at other men out of the field. The plate the latest and there may be some im- inakeis I mean the actual workers in provement in tho conditions. It is a the factories agreed with the plans of mihtake to leave your own country for their employers, held meetings and dea country densely )opulatcd. Her con- clared for a high tariff on tin plate; but ditions are unfavorable for io,r meir" iu the face of the Standaid Oil threat the "The tariff." hj said, bitteily "What factory owners had to withdraw their w ill the tarilT do for me in September or demand for an increased tariff, and so December or any other month? It will the (in plate men will continue to remake clothes dearer and sugar dealer ceive low wages, but they have the satisand everything 1 use dearer. low will faction of knowing that the Standard Oil 1 can't I be helped ny that? The fact is Company is all risjlit uet a j'lh in Ohio. The shops are closWages aie falling everywhere in Ohio. ing down everywhere or running on The condition of the farmers is pitiful. short time. 'J he Linnets are all mined. I know of many cases in which farmers It will be wonc neit year. Wnsrisare have offered to give up their farms for a going down. If I can't get a job in my clear acijuittance, but they will have to country I must go to tome other country. ao through the pain of foreclosure pro. Democrat? No. I'm a Republican. ceedings, lose their homes and still be in I voted for McKinley, and I'm not sorry debt. The condition of things, in Mark for it either. I think he is a ood man. Hanna's swn county are faintly indicatI don't know what is the matter with ed by tho following statistics oi assign-msutthe lountry. All 1 know is prosperity foreclosures and mortgages for has not come, ami is not going to come tin present year: ' for" a long time." In Cuyahoga county, the home of Mr. And so after that touching incident I llauna, the number of assignments filed took the tiouble to follow it up, and between January 1 aud June 8, this year learned that a great many engineers aud I is twenty four, and the total amount in other mechanics have been leaving volved is $165,000. The number of foreCleveland to seek for employment in closures for the same period is 140, and England. The local lalmr unions l.avo the amount involved is $1,410,050. received reports on the subject. Some Real estate mortgages filed iu Cuyaof llitt men have asked for cards to the hoga county this year are: January, tsiitit-labor unions, is mere a TS02,700; February. $510,400; March. thoughtful manor woman in the Uni- April, $1,101,300; May, $1,950,200, Total, ted Slates who can read these facts with- $4 ,1)83,900. out emotion? The chattel mortgages filed in the city s-ito-dais deep-chested black-glassepro-po-1 s, Jul v 8th, Q &. C. Route, C. II. &D niul AIichic.au Central. Tliroiili trains to Cincinnati connect with special XiJjr.ira'traius Cincinnati to the Fallp, with yjmforliihle day coaches and throng1! p'epins cars, tickets good to return mini July 14fh. Thati 1) traveled and jtidcal-inind-e- d Ihi iU novelist, Anthony Trollope, wruif to the London Times many years V 10 ARSnrJlTRr.Y plrand booklet frf. fWkgf C33am ioN "&Jy&S7VM!SZ J lpr.iW s:s" MEDICATED eua-'eossTiPAT- 1 .., ;0 2B S - Young and Old. Rejoice with us in the Discovery. When a man lus suffered for years with a weakness that blights hi life ami robs him of all that reatilv make life wortlr living, if he avail hiireeK of a complete cure, why not possess the moral courage to utop his downward cowrxr. We will send vou by mail. ABSOLUTELY FKX.K, in pUin KMkatr. the UU. HUFhMlANS Hi i .... 25 SO $ RITSP' JKTKPTi to earo -- sSSMSi nrse u.,....,u f.tfK ? POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leaveninu strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forum of adulteration common tothu cheap brands, royal bakimo fowdkr CO., NKW YORK. Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 31 MS 3111, IIKI) (iOLDK.V, .S TK XOCRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER KitiiMiiMi, 'Ojlicf ailjuhiiug ATO W. MILLER, Attorney-at-La- Kentucky. A .R liurnam's. RinisioNn, Farmer's Office in - the 11 urn am Bank. Kkvtucky. Building, next door to feb3-l- y . - p. KDSKAM. g'JRNAM MOBCRLEY. '. -- . MOBEIILEV. Attorn RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. Opfick in Ilurnim building, recently pied by A. It. Burnam. sxjz-.Xjiy-A-isr, occu-31-30 Attorney- OHiim at-La- - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, over Taylor's Hnnhvare More, op-it- ( Court IIiiiim;, on Main street. IS. II. IKNiCi, ATTORNEY Itlf'lIMON'II, rx.iir. Kentucky. HI .TO ty verse, but "'Pap's Mules" will reveal his gifts id a new field of literature. The story is equally interesting itiits portrayal of character and in incident. Dr. Peck has but recently turned his attention to the writing of fiction. His published volumes of verso include "Cap ami Hells'' "Rings and Love Knots" and 'Rhymes and Roses." He is a native of Tuska-looswhen' mstt oL his life has been passed on tho family plantation, now in his possession. Hook News is a monthly magazine, now Grasshoppers are destroying neatly all in its fifteenth car, that gives a helpful, unbiased wonl of new books as they ap- of the tohacco in the neighborhood of pear. More than three thousand books Jolly's Station, in Rreckinridge county. are told about each year. Book news is EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS. brightened with pictures from the books and each number has as frontispiece the poitrait of an author the July number The annual excursion of the C. II. & that of Dr. Peck, author of "Pap's D. Railway to Niagara Falls will occur Mules." thisyrar on July Sth. The rate from Rook News is is five cents a number, Chattanooga, will he S14 25. fiftv cents a year, and can be furnished Tickets will be good saven days. by any newsdealer, the Central News The rate from Cincinnati, will he 57.00. Company and its many associated branTickets will he good live days. ches being agents. Published by John Trains will lcaveCincinnali about 12.00 Wauatnaker, Philadelphia. e Noon. The accommodations w ill be in eveiy particular. Klegaut day $500 in Gold Given Away coaches, Ptilhnanjind Wagner sleeping On July 15. Who can form the greatpars. interesting is est number of words from the letters .if any. The routevia the most Detroit ami Going Toledo, in tho word "IN DEPlvN DF.N IT' "Michigan Central Railway through You can make ten or more words, we the best part oi Southern Canada, direct yon do you will bo the feel sure, and if to the Falls. This is the only line, that well repaid. Do not uso any letter passes rlofro to the brink, from which a more times than itappears in tho full and complete view oi both the Amerh. Use no language except word. ican aud Canadian Falls can he seen to Words spelled alike but with advantage. Niagara is one of the greatdifferent, meanings can be used but wonders on the globe everybody once. Uso any standard dictionary. est knows of Niagara, and everybody wants Pronouns, nouns, verbs, adverbs, adto go there. The C. II. & 6. R'y was the jectives, prefixes and sufllxesnl. owed. tirst to inaugurate llipse cheap excursion, Work it out in this maimer: In, deep, and always has the best accommodations net, nine, etc., use theso words iu provided desirfor its patrons. your liHt. The publishers of the Sun- ing full information about Persons this excursion, ny South will pay ?20 in gold to the should address the undersigned and a person w ho makes tho largest list of descriptiv2 circular will be mailed you. wores from the letterB iu the word D. G. EDWA RDS, Independent; $10 for the second ; $10 Pass'rTrallic Mg'rC. H. & D. R'y, for the third; $10 for the fourth; $10 Cincinnati, Ohio. a, first-clarcn-glis- "Of all the sights on this earth of ours w iuli touribts travel to see- - at least of all those which I have seen lam inclined lo trive the palm to the Falls of Niagara. In the catalogue of such sights, I intend to include all hnildingi, pictures, statues and wonders of art made hymen's hands and also all heauties of nature prepared I iy the Creator for the delight of his creatures. This is a long woid; hut, as far as my taste and judgement go. it is juMified I know no other one thing so beautiful, so glorious, and so pov erf ul." This the first low rate of the year gives a rate opportunity to viiit this, the world's greatest natural wonder. Ask Q & C Agent ah-jti- t it, or write to Chap. W. Zell., I). P. A.. Fourth and Race Street, Cincinnati. W. C. R1XEARS0N, Oen'l Pass "r Agent, Cincinnatii 0. sre tie Ideal Ixa of conciliation. )tf. r.rr-- T enj or srip hut rati natural rrsults. ham- Ail. STKU'.rvft KKlU.lll CO. rhlraro. JI0ntrc.1l. Pan., cr2e- Tork. si:. rr?i rue DRUGGISTS - JSOAR imicf tomz&TZ. BRiDGEFORD'S ' Tcilet KuK3ity.$ Bath ra the lr53l 4.5 ; There's something wrong! : ECONOMIST SKE THEM! 3 a RANGE, J ( FRICEZDVt? It lasts twice as lonsj as others. merit. VITAL k- -al gtwr-ante- e MAX-111)11- to peniuni'ntly SKIiK-ABl'SK. with a EXAMINE THEM I ITRCHASE THEM! Atrial will convince you o: its great Will pleas: the most fastidious. FRENCH VARIi:t)l'KLK Sh.rL S fill's cure LOST WKAK-NKS- S and feverish, and have frequent attacks of Indigestion and Bil- ucpeimI upon 11,; :iousnessr your hver is out ot order, lie- t cin time, arouse the liver to ac- juvity ana purity me dioou, I building up health and strength to resist the attacks ot more serious ailments by taking ; Are vou subject to colds on sheht exposure, always tired T" 1. CHARLES F.MILLER, ' MIr.oI KILLED TOtLET SOAPS AND PERFU.V.ERY,: , Lancaster, Penn. ESTADUSHED 1S39. v v --- , , NICIIT KMISSIO.NS and all drains. Returns to former appearaiw.es emaciated opsins. No C. O- - D Iraiul nor recipe deceptwa. If we could not cure, we wohM not sewl our meilicine FUKK to try, and pay when Krttislieil. Write as this way not appear again. Address to-da- fwvr UHaatHral t . v-' r" Western-Medicin-e UfORrftfiATEP. 4 Johnston's Sarsapariila I I QUART BOTTLE. r- - Sr8fl sold in &. i arnett Mouse E? Company, Kalamazoa, 3ltc. - - Richmond, Kentucky. I hare taken charge of the It is now oiH.n to the public. n SOLD OX A.X -- Vb.soliito Giitiniutce. -- O rr Hotel. a sure, quick, an"d certain cure for all diseases caused by impure blcod or torpid liver. Quart Bottles, $1. WILLUnS. Detroit. Mich. LlTtrrttrs care Mrk Hcadiehe. s;e. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO, 3 CLEAN ROOMS AND BEDS, GOOD z C CE53a Mcdonald's -- CELEBRATED WORM POWERS "GRUB," lin.--allth- a TMS Ijj GREATEST AOPM 0ESTRCYCJ1 CF j -- fee 1 I f 3 J. J. RICHMOND. FiirnMieri or Unfurnished Itoonis. cool refreh-iii- r hrci-pass through the time, water in the city, coine and get the lient a cool rcf rohinj; drinV.. Ever-thin EASY 2N0 FLASAfJT TO TAKE. 3 in ! 1 EL7 ''mallea dose Sold by D. Z. & T. 15. Taylor, Wnco, Ky. is in j:xx1 ortk'i-anI promise to keep it so. d Easiest to take Entirely rege'aMe Mfst cerTam in 1 wrrr-fulin- c SBgp' ::SADDL,ERY.::: 1 V . yyiiuU ylUlluUt Open day and night, oflice open to gentlemen, th-- j are 'velcome to come in, lit down or stand ifihcy diiire; talk, thevr, pit and smoke to tluir heart's content. Come Again And Again And So On. MY MOTTO eK9t EVER DISCOVERb'D. Sold for a quarter of a cen tury with continul! d. Thmi a m trnf1' V Does this net mean merit ? ll'G.OOO Children yearly Worm Iletrover w in 'onie aud let me sen eou 1 "Do right liv eervbo.ly. everjdjjr and all the time. ' Very truly jours. iClS-l- their (.'rate, CELEBRATED Sent to lVormi HcDONALD'S by WORM POWDERS J. . F. STONE, Prop. . liiliou or istii eat aniU iiithartii-- . cure guaranty Wiii- Casraret, .1, 10, Fur sate bj all Manulacturcd iMiicn 25c. ir:it IiOX. r llci-H-s. uould haie saved them all. on', v h c pr Thfl At Walter Azbkll's Livkry Stablk. hand-mal- e himi hm n; Iu .'.. J. . 11I-.VIII- 3IcUO'.XD, . IJ1. ISr. 'Geo. VShite. 7" r-- , L. & lv. jlvx press li. JR. harness, cheaper than can be bought any where in Hichmon.l One us a trial and-b- e Satisfaction feb21-t- f guarantcd. All kinds of K. (J. DIVISION. In Effect March 1, 1S6S. a. for CinciHsati akv? Paris. Jlavsville, WLa-- p. jc. 'cheater ami Lex inton, . C.,) 'mail. UinrinnatL lir?, Mays-- r. 31. ville. Which ester sad 2.05 i.esiaton mail. iJG ll.ivineston, IxhmIoh, Jel- m. r r--- 2 Oflice No. i:i FirhtSt.. up Main. GRANT K. A LILLY, Y--A TTORNE - I5l( IIMOMI, lil-htn-ut- s e T LA 11', Kentucky. i S. W. iirnctir-up htairs. in all th courts of Madison and adjoining ooiinliws and Court of Appeals. AVill corner Main and Stoih1 J. C. & D. M. CUKNAULT, A TTORNEYS A T LA V, Kentucky. Richmond, Ollice on Second street, over grocery. Chcn-aull'- b CREEM CLAY, A TTORNE --- Y-A T-L-A I P. Richmond, Kentucky. If - Collections solid tod. PHT5ICIA1TS.- DR. IL It. GIBSON, BiciiMONU. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. ... OtTtcc in the Joe CVilin building. iS and 30 Sec oiul Street, over Wnitc -- old dniotorc. 37- - CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, College. Graduate Ontario Veterinary Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office ut stairs over New York Store, corner 46- Mmii and First streets. Richmond . C. Telephone Medicine and Surgery. Olhoe Collins Huildim;, Main Street. ill residence llro-tdwa- JASPER, M. d: ----- (the Ciirr jilace) on IIiciimo.vh, Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky, Richmond, Office in Smith Building, No. 204 Mam Street, np stairs. Office hours is to 1 an i t to sn'clnek. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond, ... ... Kentucky V Telephone at office and residence. r ntN without any rroiTr. of Cleveland this year are: January, No one can blame tl.e manufacturers $79400; Fel'nmry. T7J,100; March,$470,-80- 0; April $U,9Xy, May, $208,S00; total, for cutting down wages or closing their shotd. for most of the factories in Ohio $!KX),900. Jas. Creelman in INew York are being run practically without profit Journal. is not because of at this moment. "Pap's Mules." any foreign competion, but simply beUnder this title Samuel Minturn Peck, cause the fanners and tiie toilers in towns and cities are too poor to buy. It the Alabama poet, contributes to the July is an absolute fact that the amount of "Book News," a strong aud thrilling stohotinc rent new overdue in this Stnte ry. '"Pap's Mules" was suggested to the alone amounts to several millions of author by an incident that occurred near dollars. Ho where I w ill in Cincinnati, Titbkalonsa aCthe time f Croxton's raid. in Columbus, in Cleveland, iu Toledo, in Iu the spring of 1803 this Federal generDayton, in Sandusky, in Canton the al with 1,500 cavalry, made a dash real estate Tncu and all tell the same through West Alabama to Tuskaloosa. story that tboy cannot collect their The bravo old town, though qnite depled men by four vears of rents and I have seen lists of at least a ted of thousand persons who are six, seven or war, gallantly attempted. to hold against eight months behind iu their payments. the enemy the old wooden bridge across As I have alieady shown iu a previous the Warrior river, but the Federals made dispatch, the foreclosure of mortgages, a night attack, which was really a sur assignments and other records of failure prise, aud the bridge was carried and the for the present year in Ohio aggregate town taken with little bloodshed on ci This is the ther side. This latter was a fortunate more than $50,000,000. prosperity that has cqiuc through the circumstance for lco had already sur great garden State of the "Union iu this rendered, though the' tidings bad not yet year of Kepublicau rule I AVhy, even reached West Alabama, Time ami railroads have changed Tusthe employes of Cowell & Hubbard, the Cleveland manufacturing jewelers, who kaloosa, or rather Oakville (the seene of Southwent to Canton with yellow hats to hear the story), from an MeKniley's promises' last fall, are to ern town, to a young and thriving city. have their wages cut dowu 10 per cent., The river is now spanned with a bridge aud these very men have been asked to of iron, and the "corner store" is no lake about for signature a petition ask more, but "JJearheaven Swainp" still exing for the election of Mr. Hanua to tbe-- ists and the "Widow from Hickory llol Senato at tho next session of the Legisla- low," or some one very much like her, C. & 0. Excursion. ture! There is a ghastly humor in it still ride3 ''Old Sorrel" to town on SaturOn Thursday, July 8, tho C. & O It. day lo barter her eggs and butter. all. R. will run an excuslon to Cape May The Standard Oil Compauy, which Samuel Mintuni Peek ia widely known and Atlantic City,Jleaving Lexington has just closed its plaut here, aud as a writer of charming Bongs and socio- - at 11:25 a. m., fare round trip 13. KACTOitnsi It able-bodie- ed for the fifth, and $5 each for the next eight largest lists. Tho above rewards are given free and without consideration for tho purpose of attracting attention to the South's great illustrat ed family and literary weekly. It is twelve largo pages, 72 columns each issue; all original matter with the best long and short stories, in addition to its numerous departments, such as 'Woman's Page," 'Children's Page," "Blue and Gray Page," and a page devoted to 'Sjuthorii Industries," etc. To eutnr this contest it is neceosary for you to Bend 50 cents for a throe months' subscription with your list of words, and every person sending 50 cents aud a list of 10 words or msre, is guaranteed an extra pres ent by return mail (In addition to the Sunny South), of a book. 'The Other Man's Wife," a very fascinating book by John Strango Win- -, tor; or we will send you "The Story of an African Farm," or 'I3es!do the Bonnie Briar Bush. The lists should be sent at once. This contest closes July 15. The names and addresses of successful contestants will bo'pub-lishe- d in the July 21 issuo of the Sunny South. Notk For 75 cents we will send you the Sunny South for three months and allow you to enter above contest, send you your choice of tho books offered iu the contest, and also send youfieoand postpaid, our beautiful portfolio, size llxl3 inches, G4 selected viows of picturesque antLliis-tori- c spots m the Holy Land, beautifully designed and bandsomoly bound in heavy paper portfolio covers, Illus trated with a map of Palestine and a fac simile of Hoffman's famous painting. "A Portrait of Christ." Tho 64 pictures in this volume are actual actual photographic reproductions of the localities in the Holy Land made immortal through Christ's life on eartn. Showing whore Christ performed His miracles, tho place of His birth, baptism, transfiguration and crucifixion, and the places made sacred by the work of his Apostles as they appear today; it should bo iu every household. Address' the Sunny South, Box 100, Atlanta, Ga. 192-page -- Kentucky Fair Dates. RnfunTM-i- rr t. ,arr a c u ANDKATKRINA t W - n, CC -- CCCCC-?- ! Ttil! e. b $ Tlie Finest Rigs, Tlie Safest Drivers, 79 George Thorpe, Street, hetwecn Main and Water, rear of Dillingham huildiuj;, Richmond Ky. Ready to do all kinds-o- f hlackinithin4 promptly in" the hest 7 workmanlike manner. At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Fair Association, in the Willard Friday afternoon, the following were elected oflic3rs for the coming year: President, Vt. I. Samuels, Bardstown; Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Rowling Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond: Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. Carroth-ers- , 'Louisville. 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. August o. Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10. Rarditovvn, TtiPS'lity, August 17. Elizihethtown, Tuesday August 21. Bowling Greeuv Wednesday, Septem-be- 1. BICYCLES:; The Promptest - At- tention. The Cheapest Prices, You Get The Favorite Stable. the Profits Telephone Your "Cousin," (i t) ' ii S-- 12 rineville. line for LiviiKto.j x. 5k, ll.-l,Ix)iiilOTi,JellR-Kioxvilk1 510 p. sc. a. ji. ,Fa&t line for .1 It) I'aru. Winehestvr, HAS a. x i' m. Kowlatwl. LanetKter IftlO l.ll Stanfoni. 1.10 (Iico. Fas'; i o CiiK-Junnt- i; ' 7:i" Maufonl. Howlaml, Incster awl fi50 c J . iii iri iliffin-iHrGHEST GrlADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. r i'i"-- Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. For further particular call ob or adtlrass. KIM'EK HOOD. Ant. Telephone 78. m r m in m No. 35. P. B. BROABBUS. IIunleys Old Stand. Ft!.ri k GieciBBii Saiiwaj. Martti 1, Ia Kgect 17 3; t ) Every Wheel Guaranteed. end for ciitalogue. HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible dcalcis invited to respond with us. ,. may2t-Gr- DAILY KXCKPT fcTJNDAY. E.ST-BOON- II ( i m jH WEAK RSEa EEAD E V2SGRGUC No better wheel made than the .'"aiY. qui-sl- Lve cor- - (p Padncah, Tuesdav, September, 7. July 13 will be otTered to Winchester, which was not represented at the meeting. l H'DAY. I6"UaT. r. V-- Acme Bicycle . ft. 45t-- t Arr ElkhorB. SwiUer " Stampms OrtHttttl ' rinvaH" GeerKe4own Centreville- Frankfort a a. 6 39 . .7 S8 S poM. SIM a HM Dissolution Notice! The Arm of Luxon .t Barnett has dissolved partnership and neither party is responsible tor debt the other makes. June 23 lm I. W, Babnett. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, infeeil tn Cnre iWrrouiaM, J,r.-- t Vlt'iHI 'mpotener, 7Vl3ht!yXrallon3. ftnu It her r- -. rll!n M'mo-- r. Wai.ni: El Hit aujse rr trtMl aid all tfrcts "f lnsa"!' en'l eor .nptli .llcrtli3s. WinU oi a'corts;. f on't let "Irue.tt impale ssfa.is'.tJie oul macjt yleitisajirpfterproat. In. i:toat or rrr nsX'Kr.PF.Il'Sa-ltA'IOO- H, -- fall. Yorn men repairs oen recover youihf al vljcr. ok PSFFPi'S HEEVsi.f?a en Cares wt It acts powprlully ami lci r ac, F.t of Parkersburg, W. VaM Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. PARKEnsnORO, W. V.V., m.t. -- BED WETTING CURED Wis. OH NO PAY. 'tr.r. EFl'U. i'rcpaW p iln trr "an bo carrleJ In vest poc--et. 1 per box. or O for .", trl'ti V "o.lt Gimrantee !sOU 6 oritertind rltten I"amplilPt free.to Crr rtrusjis -UU-C- Built in our own factory by skilled workmen using the best material and the mot improved machinery. Vo kavo no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. Lve Ueargetewn. Arr Newtown. .. . " " Arr Lve Kluabeth l"atU - . . SW S 13 S 72 tS 7 19 IS Z5 S5K i at 4 4- J t m . . jsa 1J atl SW AVHST BOUXB. Parh Ehr-ihct- l. JlS!, Chit.i:. .'' J' Our interesting Offer Ac-r.- WRITE FOR Mrs. B. M ROWAN, Miliraukec, mch3-ly Sold by Richmond White. Drug Co. ?nd 'A. G. Cjclo Co., jan27-- m Elkh-r- t, lad. January The WniciiT Med. Co., 2G, 1095. UEO. W. KlIiEY Columbus, Ohio. ber, 1804, and find them to he as recomI first hciKin taking them mended. while at Hot Springs. Aik. under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stoiuach trouble Constipation which I had been a long sullerer. I found the Celery Capsules gare me great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, T recommend them, to any and all sutleriug with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. ClIAKLES T CaLIJWELL. Sold by T. R Hagan, Druggist. Price Wccnts and $1.00 per box. Call at drug 6-- store ami get free sample. Of Slielbj'ville, Gentlemen. I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem- Wrijrlit's Celorv Cajisules. Shelbvville, Kv., Slay 2, '96. To (IN KENTUCKY.) Wright "Medical Co., Col., 0 : Gents I have purchased a box of Schedule In effect My 2, 1897 Wriirht's Celery Capsules from G. N. Miililelton, (Iruwist, and used them for No. 1. No- - - No. 3. EA3TUOUSD Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constirpm 7 5am 4.20i-Louisville pation and found tfis.t they cave me im- Lv. shclbyYllle 9 10am 5.47pm 131pm Ar. every time. 1 think it ail Ar.LVrencob'g?.:0pm 9.55am il35rrD mediate relief tipm 10.17am flLMpm Ar. Versailles excellent remedy. laSQam 7.2Jpm 10 10pm An. Lexington Vo. 4. Na il No. Youn very truly, L.V. Leilnifioa. ....... 5.10pm 5 uiam fl Geo. W. Rile?. MSam yyp.i. 5.2S ia Ar. Versailles 1 Ky., Recommends A S W CentrevrHe & W Newlewn.. Georgetown ftW S Lve Reoreetewa Arr DarsiU. IH 6 h " StpmiHHsGrowI II W 5 30 Switier II 2S Elkhorn UK 7 38 ' Frankfort 11 SS 7 C. D. BFRCAW. Gent Afteat. GEO B. HARPER. Gen'l &up. Frankfort, " ' .... . i 4: s W an. 9 3S S3B 9 t 9 4i WM M 44 M5 p.m. 4 SBC . Pa. SOUTHERN RfllLWfty. EtTOIABO km -- Ktkr. Ohio ui Railway. i m mmur Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. Mt. WEST BOUND. Lexini(Va Aceeffl Eastern Express for Losisvilte Morehead ami LexiKKtos Aceom. New York Limitetl F F. V Sterrinamt 6 98 am 7 39 am 3 09 jh isepw business Insure propefty against homes and hW TO FIND OUT. Ar. Sholbyvlllo Ar. LoulsTJIIe Ar.La'roncebV.- - lU.M.Hi Rljpm atam 8.35am M5pm dSiam -- 00pm 1.4oam KOJam Fire 0 Tornado. ' Trains Nos. I,- -. 5 nnd a carry Free innervation Chair Cars. 1 -- TWO - FARMS EVANS, M. D., pliysiciak and surgeok, Kentucky Richmon'd. .... W. L. DOUGLAS DR. T. J. TAYLOR, I'raetiliuner in Medicine and Surgery, Kenitjcky Richmond Ofllcontiit resilience on Third Ktrcot. ... " BS1TTAL STJP.QSST. eHI Merchants, 1 JT'W v BK2hl U"Jb 00 SHOE Use-bes- The Stjle, Fit nnd Wear could not be Improved for Double the Price. . DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky .-Ruhmond, building, Maiu Street. Office houri, 9:00 to ii M.; 1:0010.4 1M. e Practice kmUed to dcntUlry. Ornca-Smllh W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the productions o skilled workmen, from ma- t tcrial possible to put into shoes sold at these price. We make also $150 and $225 shoes for men, and $250, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L. Douglas $350 Police shoe, very suitable for letter-earners, The excursion will ruu via "Wash ington and Philadelphia, and arrive at the Jersey coast for dinner the next afternoon. Through sleepers will be provided and overy effort mado to make tho trip an enjoyable one. Tickets at same rates pan bo had at The undersigned has three separate small Shelby ville, Frankfort, "Winchester, farms which he otters at private sale separately Mt. sterling and other stations on the or tfljtethcr. All three are situated at C & 0. Send in your name for sleeping car berths. o?orfull information STATION, write to Geo. W. BaicTey, Jigt., Xiexington, Ky. Ticket good returning twelve days from date of sale. IFORI SALE - WHITE'S - much walking to do. TV policemen ana ouers tuving INCOMPARABLE.SERVICE. r J. C. Moboax. MORGAN &YATtiS, DENTISTS, Richmond, ... J. A. Yates. Lawyers, I'liysiclans ana all economical men wear W. L. Doti.lt Shoe because tboy axe tinkers, Kentucky. tbe best. For salerby SSK&lffl! " are constantly adding new styles to our already large variety, and there is no reason vny rem cannot bo suited, so IntUt on baricf-- VV. L. Douglas Shoes from your ueaier. Wo mo only the best Calf, Russia Calf (all eolors, French Patent Calf, French Knamel. Vlci Kid. etc. graded to correspond with prices of the shoes. Owe Bant. Main Street, over Madison National Freeman Br'otHers,. ' J - -'- vi-f-aSl .. . ;iuu.ur iv. - F. Richmond, Rys W.LM-US,lM.tM.K-N - -- i " ' n 'IT:- r?-- rn 'rft r- - ' The Queen and Crescent trains are the finert trains runfntheStateof Kentucky. Fonr daily trains to Cincinnati connect BOTTOM LAND.-- with, I lio main hrghways of the Greal Trunk Lines of the .North, "West and It is a Cne neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schoolsif hnrches, railroads, mills, 1 East. etc, allrrithin a. mile of 'White's Station Post This is the line Wash0co, ten miles fromTUchroond. d cash', TEBMS SalerwiU be made If dealer cannot supply 70a, ington, UewYork.. TJoetop and the "Qtst. write The Queen and QrcsQs'nt connects with .balance to suit purchaser. .For particulars', V' address CATALX3QDE every line ouf hCCincitiuati. : imrtm& T. Ai? lixlnston. X& sr -The prbiretor'wtHhia panur, guarantee - ' ' " v ; : karalK' t - IX4.Z TC.i l.-- J.-l-' . r.vBM-M- ; n .,u.,juBaui v.vx m, 1ASJ.IIHOAW, V?r SlUO. Ky, i.V IWflV nHiinaiI : " .i5- SSb?!! TST ? 1fc a '" ..-nWr-t.''-- h t rrrr i . '--K-S -. !! rr irr-""I -- t ' t" t . ?V - - MSr "' . lx' - --4. J : S--- -sri- - -- nk&AZAy-W ? 2? -. . . . r i ot u on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain respectively 85 and 165 acres, and are well watered and well improved farms. There Is no bcfter'land in Madison county, most ofit being one-thir- S-.- 2; GeaD. .White, i ? -. Fill a bottle or common water glass 14. STA-No-IOSS. Na li No. 11 ith urine ami let stand twenty-fou- r 4Upil 7 1'am.LT Loutsvlt Ar hours; a sediment or settling indicates a &3jpm 9.55amlArL arncbreAr ,7.5pm 10.45amiArIIa'oilsbi;Ar diseased condition of the kidneys. ,7.40pm U'8 mAr uursm v EA3TUOUD When urine stains linen it is positive RoT No. 16 tNaCd li. t.No o7 I srArio.NS evidence ot kidney trouble. Too fre- 49)pm 7.45am Lr Liuisvli.r IU ai4in S.lipm 5.47pm O.lOamlArShelnvll Ar X .8am 6.45pm quent desire, to uiinate or pain iu the S56pm iai7amAr Versllca Ar 8.05am tUnn i73)pm 11.20 m Ar Midway Ar 7 41am ,3Spm back, is also convincing proof that the 7pm li ISpmlArOeorgtn Lv 7 15am a 00pm WjarBcicsr- lASruouxD kidneys and bladder" are out of order. No tNa t.N'o. 1 tNO 5.) STATIOK1. i5pm. WHAT TO 230- 7. l.Ut 4.2jpuii .r louhvii Ar la 55 in. ia3)jm a&7pm'Lr Vorsllcs Ar 7.aia 3iupm Ifipm There is comfort in tho knowledge lLOOam 7 3pmIArNIchlTi:iArLv CManj1 4. 45nm eOo.ira 11.58pm 8.30pm ArRichmo'd 1.30pm ! that Dr. Kilmer's 1.05pm so often exprefct-ec.- , .lAr Irvine Lv Na t Na Swnmp-Roo- t, STATIONS. the jrcat kidney remedy 13am T.lipai Lv. Louisville... fulfills every wish in relieing pain in Ar. Lexlazton. . taJOam laiOpm aOUpm, T30am the back, 'kidneys, liver, bladder aud. Ar. Knoxvtlle. LSSatnf Ashevlller...... every part of the.3rinary paswees. It Ar. Savannah Ar i. 500aas . 9 10am corrects inability to hold uriae and Ar. 7.4Upnt RUOim jt, or bad ejects Ar. uaattj-ooga- ... sca'.ding'paiu in rlajsing iOOau) 11.102m- Ar. Atlanta... 8.15a nj lllOpra following use of lquor. wine or beer, Ar. Macon 9 10prt -l- uam Ar Jacksonville... and overcomes tha'J'unpJcaKint necessity Lv Chitt.ir.co43 aejprt mi5ani ll.Wptt lOluam. of being compelled, to get up many times Ar. Ulrmtncham 4.45arr S.4Spm,' Ar, Mer.di.tn .. ....-.- .. llSOait .9. S3 pro during the niglit tc( .urinate. The mild Orleans.. I find tho extraordinary effect of S'warop-Roa t carrlej Froa Chair car LouI$ villa ta Voatt-- f there caanacttn? stands the high- - Lexington carrylns Iullmaawith Soil. Cars via; is soon realiztil. It Sleeplair; Dulo Train est for its wonilrrfi cure3 of the mot Cnattanoog- - to Ulrinlngham and NeWi Orleans, j Pullmaa Sleeper distressrup ca.a. 1 your need a meilicine 4 No. 3 carriajqnil Atlntn fvlsn Loot i rilla to i Tj.tI lttnn tftl , rh.HnivtM . .ii oy urus-jjist- s, Jacksonville vta Hot Springs. Aahovtlle. iwdj nave nift t uesi. sironia prhe fift'y tsents and one dollar. leans. J For-sample l)ttli and paniplilot, botli i Dally ExcoptSunday. .WHDOK.P.&T,A.S.X. Swire, r &T.A-- . ,se b&jby mall, mention tho. Chitax, Luxla ion. LoulsviUo, ICy ailaress to ur n'ftm.V dm Runt.. .X M. Cdit.T. Ky. and send yourJnltjpost-oitic- e Ci..i&5mghflmptoii, Kimec-if. V " 6a. OTCV Dr: Whlaton. D. C. Ar-No- w J 1 I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies wejTcccsix in the United States and reVn. ti.l3pm tlU5am spectfully ask for a share of 5pra 8Sm patronage. 4.31pm 7 35am your 4)pm 7.25nm S. F. ROCK, WtSTDt USD. j2-l- y EAST BOUND. 9 V m Lexington anil Morehead Aceom.. 11 M Ma New York Linnteil F. F. V. S 3 Lexinirton and Mt. Sterling Aceom m Washington Exprcaa 9 38 fm Accommodation trains ma daily except Sfin-da- v. Other trains run ilallv. 't hroujrh sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservatJen K- - HOOD. Agent L.VN.Ey., call on or write Ktclwiioml. Ky. or GEORGE W BARNEY. D. P. A. C. A O. Ry.. Lexinicten. Ky. VTho can tnlak of tome annate ttlDif to Ieat? Protect voar Ideaa: thev ma farlair voa weIOi Write JOHN W1)DKBT CO, Patent ney. WanttlDKUln. D. C for I heir JIAo prUaAttoruder ami list of two haaUre tnveaona w&ntc- -. .1 a Wanie.d-f- in idea 26, Sec. Street, 'Up Stairs). MadisoE Monumental Works, sxcsiTvronsnD, sr. o H CG o x C o X x o M 03 " 1V7? irANUPACTUKER AND DEALER ... ,..,.. - 1 ALL KIXDS' OF. CEMETERY WOREi For JurtJier jKirticulavs, prices, cfic, address GRKNITE () N -i 7WOISUVYeiMTS, . ? S'. I.' iefet.-l- y -- c VYw-ttBg .1T.Au THIUC.U F.A- -. -, Yif - l .m r tur. ft ' '! i vl' -- ... .- KS-'- -tt -- - -" - y "T:J. "fZ. m IJ ,i' S -- " ! t t C IJ-r.rr'f- rt i ' -- - - c ;? -"r?',.J- -- -if- - i -- ;- -. ''" - - t . ". . . " JT 't . ",i - " , '" VBj t. .rJ . .Ti s - . j? - L -- -- ,G V rlF v Q t. " 'A The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED KVKKY WEDNESDAY BY RIC PKR YKAK, 7, HM O N Thk Democratic Convention at Columbus, Ohio, last week, was the most memorable in the States history- - The party was a unit for the Chicago platform and every nominee for a State office stands squarely upon the issuees of last fall. Tne Republican party has a tremendous free silver wing which will not support Busline!! nor Hnnnn, bo the Democrats will elect Chapman for Governor and Bweep thn State The Democrats of Ohio put none but Democrats on guard this. year. Among the last acts of Lincoln's life was a message for the miners of the far West This was embodied in a letter addressed to Mr. Colfax, aiid dated April 14, ISCm, in which he said: "Tell the miners for me that I intend to promote their interest to the utmost of my ability because their prosperity is the prosperity of the nation, and we bhall prove in a few years that we are the treasury of the world." Less than eight years afterward this kwie policy was reversed by a wicked conspiracy between the bankers of Europe and America, by which the act of February 12, ISTo, was passed, and one of the great industries of the country, which Lincoln declared to be "the pros-peiit-y of the nation," was stricken down, crippled, and destroyed. sition are wanting, and the new administration has had a clear, smooth track to run on, with a "God speed" from every citizen of this republic on their road to promised prosperity. But there is no doubt in the minds of Democrats and unbiased Republicans as to flie failure of the party, flora present indications, but the Republican doctors have the patient, and as he is growing worse instead of better wo cannot be blamed for issuing bulletins as to his increasingly alarming condition. To longer heed the plea of the gold bug to keep quiet, is to cry "Peace, peace!" when there is no peace. It is our province to hold aloft the banner of the party which set on foot last year at Chicago a crusade against the money power that h ruling and ruining our country; and as long as we have the courage of our convictions and the type and presses to employ, we shall go on with the fight. Most of the. great dailies, with the aid of the news agents and the Associated Pies?, are in the service of the gold combination. The sound money clubs of New York, Chicago and other large cities, backed by unlimited capital, are flooding the country with literature. The people want an opportunity to read the other side and arm themselves with the truth to refute the fallacies of the emissaries of the go'd monopoly. As an humble ageutof the cause of plain humanity, the Climax will neither let up nor shut up. gold-standa- D "tlon. F A I Kirksvillc I jff " " J U L Y -. en Friday night, was an enjoyoble nffaile A small crowd went froni here to . on the excursion SunIa Mrs. Elbridge Harvey, who was thrown fiom her bu,o:y by a runaway horse nt l&thel last Sunday, died froui fier injuries last Fri lay. Lor-isvil- 27TH. Is Spring Cleaninjr w .!, - Tho Climax Printing Go. t.LTMtT' C E. WOODS, PRICE IN ADVANCE, Proprietor ,nd Editors. Associate Editor. $1.50. S1.25 1S97. Trof. Hough also succeeded in having the Kentucky Association to establish a lecture course for the graded schools of tho state with the intention of bringing tho people in more intimate touch with the schools, "a consummation devoutly to bo wished for." It is seldom "so young a man is so highly honored, especially when we consider that ho has been in the educational work among us but a year. - WEDNESDAY. JULY my stomach. I was also taken with pleurisy and coughed very badly. I was treated by physicians but did not improve-gave up all hope of ever irettlne well. My right side was swollen h A I waa not able to walk across the room and was confined to my bed. I was advised to try Hood's Sarsaparllla and began taking CAUTnu-KimvEii- ij Mr. "W. W. AV. it." In three days I conld see a change Carter and Miss Ollio Kidwell were for the better. I kept on taking Hood's botunited in marriage by Squire D. P. Sarsaparllla until I had tnken four now continued to improve. I am tles and Armor, Monday. able to doa good day's workon the farm." On last Wed- M. E. JIann, Demossville, Kentucky. nesday, Juiio 30, Mr. John Ribband Miss Mandolhv Rutherford wore uni- Theprescnt opportunity '& an unusual one, and you should mj yourQ feO. agent, or nddress the undersigned for possible date In the Stomach Caused Creat space at the earliest Confined to tho The rate from Nioholas.villo will be Suffering Was $U.S0 for the round trip. Bed But Now Able to Work. - v J. AA'. CooihnnB, Agt. 1 had an abscess In "In October, 1805, An Abscess m Woman s Democratic Ccmmiltcc For Primary. - Call City Democratic Commillee's Call for Primary. MARRIED. ted in marriage Bnner. by Squire D. P. DEATHS. SarsapariIIaa?,dru0lgdgi,y $1 ; oo At a meetingV'of- (bet Democratic Committee at Riuhmord,Ky., held on the oth day of Aug:ibD7,hc following resolutions were, adopted: 1st It is ordered that a Democratic primary election be held at the various voting precincts in Kirksvillc Magisterial District on tho 7th day of July, 1897 to felect Democratic candidates for Magistrate and Constable, and the polls shall be open from 7 a, in. to 4 p. m. in Kirks-vill- e voting urecincts for the aforesaid . purpose. ', 2nd. That for the'purposo of, deconducting fraying the. expenses' l At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Richmond. Ky., - held on the 31st day of May, 1SU7, on- motion, the following resolutions weie adopted. 1st. ic primary olection be held Greatest Distik ,.4- ., ...... :. llj 1IUL lllilKL il a lie more pleasant anil lit- DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appeals, The Pantograph made a strange but SAM J. SHACKELFORD, of Daviess county. honorable admission in a late issue con ccrning the growth of bimetallism. While those who read newspapers genFor Circuit Judge erally do not need such assurances of the SCOTT, THOMAS J. of Madison county. increasing popularity of the bimetallic idea, still it is significant when the opponents of the cause admit its importance wraltli'b Attorney For Common as a political issue. Is bimetallism drad, B. A. CKUTCHEK, of Jessamine count)'. as its enemies would hare you beliee ? Savs our esteemed Republican contemporary in its issue of June 20: Representative, "deaiung kiiuit." AV. W.COMD?. "The visit of the bimetallic commission from the Unitetl States to the EuCounty Jul;;e, ropean countries is evidently hearing P. II. SULLIVAN. fruit. Wiieu a bimetallic conference County Attorney, J. TEV1S COIJC. Sheriff, IL 1L COLYEIL Circuit Cleric, S. ii.TiiomJi:. Countv Cleric, JOHN F. WHITE. Jailer, JAMES Assessor, T. O. CUIIUY. CL LACKEY. held in England can receive letters from such prominent government officials as Hon. J. A. Ralfour, First Lord of the Treasury; Henry Chapman, Fresidentof Local Government Boards; Lord George Hamilton. Secretaij- of State for Inda; Walter I.ong, president of the board of agriciiltuie; Sir Matthew Ridley, secretary of state for home affairs, and Alfred Rothschild, it i3 quite apparent that the sentiment in favor of bimetallism is and that the people in that part of the world generally, with those of the United States, concur in the belief that iuternMional action is the only piaclica-bl- e method of obtaining 11." Griu-and-be.- ii Superintendent l'ublic Schools, J. W. WAGEIS. Coroner, M.G. 1HI0WN. Surveyor, S F. HOCK. Tin: elephant that got loo.se the other day, on a steamer, ami mashed the rest ot the circus was nothing to what the people are waiting to do with the Repuhli cm circus when the next election comes. So Cleveland's friend, P.enedict, says '"this country is poing to the dogs," and and he threatens to leave it. If Benedict bhould depart there would he one ledog for the country to go to, and it might last a little longer. - Tin: "National Democrats" hold their Juiy 14. All the jtow wow at "great lender"' of the party will be there. Alas! The great followers will May at home and support the nominees of the Frankfort convention. W.itterson, Car- :I75,O0O MIXEIIS STHIKE FOi: MOKE 1IKEA1). lisle, and Uillv lirvrkinridge will he The miners of 1'ennsylvanio, Ohio and there all out of a ylo and seeking; whom Indiana, to the number of ;575,000, are thev mav devour. out on a strike. The following circular Iihs been issued by the United Mine The prospects lor victory for Democra- Workers of America: cy everywhere this fall were never "The signs of the times, as pointed out brighter. The broken promis and by the picas aud by testimony of men pledges of the Republican party last fall versed in public Mlairs, are that busiare doing the work. Thousand, of idle ness is reviving, that an upward tendenis apparmen all over the country, and those cy in price- of all commoditiesrevival and ent. In the general business whose wages have been reduced, industrial improvement which is earnest ly proclaimed, we ought to share, and if although promised an increase, are wfth present conditions and will we do not attempt to share, we shall be false to ourselves and those dependent unite to correct them at the polls. upon us. let the watchword be, 'mine workers are entitled to a fair day's pay A i.KtniNci Republican newspaper for a fair day's woik." of Chicago, in an attack on the silver Thus do the piecrust promises of prosconference, pitched in a querulous perity materialize in revolts among the key, takes occasion to remark: very creatures who were led up to the "There was a time when :7I grains of noils like, sheep" to vote for McKinley silver would pay oH" a-- , much indebt- last fall. luiiilie Says the I'antagraph, the organ of the it party: 'It - no doubt a pleasure for the Climax to cry calamity, that !eiig its cine! stuck in trade, hut this is lapuiiy diminishing and will only live in the prostration the calamity ilea tiav. brought upon the people. It is plamh true that as cotton and tobacco, corn and wheat, hogs, cattle and stocks continue to go up, louder is the wail of the calamity howler." The Climax gladly takes up the gage of battle here thrown down, and acknowledges that it is a calamity howler to the extent of telling the truth about.the deplorable conditions existing, which the Fantagraph and other such organs of the Administration wish us to grin and bear. If the I'antagraph like3 falling prices, stagnation, want, bankruptcy and ruin, it may continue ao close its eyes to facts,. but as lor us, we must aud will tell the truth about "calamity." For the especial delectation of our esteemed contemp orary we publish on our first page a column of truth from McKinley's own state. Read it, then read your own Commercial-Tribune of yesterday, and find return. these 'calamity howls:" l1- iitii.-ue- d Land At his home, near Silver Creek, Wednesday, J. AV. Laud, a well Known fanner, aged 85 years. Burial at Silver Creek Thursday. Hauvky At her homo, near Val ley A'iew, last Friday, Mrs. Elbridge Harvey, aged about ) years. Mrs. Harvey was thrown from a buggy by a runaway horse about a week ago and injured so seriously that death resulted. Mc'Kixnuy. Union City lot one of her oldest and best known resiMr. Thos. Mehan, of Lexington, is dents on July 27, when Arm. McKin-ne- y died, aged 70 years. Deceased in the city. was a brother of Messrs. Colby Attorney Hugh Riddell was down of Waco, and David from Irvine Monday. of College Hill. He leaves a W R. Shackelford spent Sun.Air. wife and daughter. Interment in day at Estill Springs. the Covington burying groung, near Mr. John T. McClintock visited College Hill. friends in Rourhon last week. Miss Van Greenleaf is tho guest of Miss Lizzette Dickson, at Paris. Miss Florence Bush, of AVinchestur, Richmond Fair Julv 0. is visiting Mrs. Thos. Campbell. Immense Tan Bark Trade. Miss Mayme Hume, of Irvine, was Tan bark has become one of the printhe guest of Mrs. Claude Smith Moncipal sources of revenue tor many of our day. upper countries. AA'e passed through Miss Rosa Alverson is visiting in the thriving little village of Rice last Stanford, tlie guest of her brother, week and was told by Mr. Rice, of the Jesse Alverson. firm of AVagers & Rice, that they had Mrs. Lavenia Brown and little bought and shipped from that point daughter, Lucy, of Danville, are the during the present season more than guests of Mrs. Win. Crow. $3,000 wntthoftan bark and that most Miss Lou Renll, of Vcst Virginia, of it had been exchanged for merchanis visiting Miss Minerva Park Phelps, dise at their store. at Dreaming Creek Heights. Mr. Yerkes N2mcd. ' Miss Bessie McGuinn returned to As all along expected Hon. Jno. Versailles Monday after n pleasant Yerkes has been named by the Presi visit to her sister, Mrs. John R. Pates. dent to succeed Mr. C. II. Bodes, both Mr. II. Q. Shipp and wife have re- of Danville, as Collector of Internal turned to Lexington after a plea-aRevenue in the Eighth District. No visit to Mrs. V. I). Oldham, on Broad- better selection could have been made, way. if we are to judge by the high character, Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Holton returned ability and popularity of the gentleman. Saturday from a pleasant visit to AVe trust he will piepare himself fora Buffalo, Canada, Niagara Falls and cordial reception by the citizens of Madother points. ison, who are prepared in advance to Dr. Moss Gibson, who graduated like him. from the Medical College of Central A Sbaotlng At Boone's Gap Tunnel. Tniversity at Louisville, is with his Leonard Garrett, Who was released brother, Dr. II. R. Gibson. from jail here a short while ago, after Misses Adelaide Jackson and Nellie McKee, of London, are visiting at the serving out a line for unlawfully elling home of their cousins, Messrs. II. L. whisky at Berea, had some trouble with his bar tender at Boone's Gap Tunnel, and J. R Karris, at Kingston. who goes by the name of "Happy Jack," Dr. J. G. Carpenter and John one day last week, which it is said origiBright, Jr., attended the Rrittnin-Baldwi- n nated over his bar tender making way marriage at Richmond with some of Garrett's niouep. iiar-reTuesday evening .Stanford Journal. drew a revolver and "Happy Jack" Mr. D. M. Chcnault and bride, nee jumped behind a railroad man, who was Miss Elizabeth Reid, are expected standing by, to shield himself. Garrett homo tonight. Their bridal tour em- fired and accidently struck the railroad braced Fortress Monroe, Old Point man in the arm, which ended the and an ocean voyage to New York and difficulty. six for 85. Trepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. Get ITood's antl only Hood's. HOOd S PlIlS pills, aid digestion. 25c. are the best after-dinne- r Second Street Slays the Tide of Business. PERSONAL. Mc-Kinn- Mc-Kinn- The removal of the postofllco and the revenue department to the now government building was believed to be a crusher to that section which now enjoys the trade drawn thither large ly by the presence of the above named oillces. But we are glad to noto tho fact that there is not a vacant store on Second street, and that quite recently several valued additions have been made which insure to that locality a continuation of the major portion of the travel and trade which have gravitated that way. The latest accessions to Second St. are the AVestern Union telegraph office, Richmond telephone exchange, and the New Gamett House, all of which draw their quota of patronage from all partsof the city, and serve to eqalize tho loss which will be sustained by the removal of the ollices. Judge A. L.OCAL. 27-t- R. Burnam and Mr. N. B. Dsath-cra- gc Exchange Blows on the Street. AA nt Bystanders in front of the court house were treated to a slight sensation on Friday about noon, when Judge A. R. Burnam of the Court of Appeals, was observed to strike X. B. Deatherago in the face, the latter returning the blow with interest. The affair was the theme of discussion for several days, and man versions of the afTair are afloat. Both gentlemen declare to the Climax that Judge Burnamjstruck Mr. Deatherago because he construed a remark of the latter to reflect upon his veracity, which Mr. Deatherago did not intend at all. Discovering his mistake Mr. Burnam ceased hostilities, to which Mr. Deatherage assented, and both men walked away, mutually agreeing that the matter was too trivial to jeopardize their long standing said primary election, t&e candidates who propone to submit their names, shall, on or before the LTJth day of July, 1S'J7, pay to the chairman of this committee the following sums: trate, $2.00. 3rd. That said primary election Candidates for Magistrate and shall be conducted by ollicers to le Constible, $10 each. , named Jrd. That said primary election hereafterThat the by this committee. 4th. Chairman aud Secresliall be conducted bv officers to be tary of this committee are hereby ap- hereafter named by this committee, j p anted a committee to provide tl e 4th. 'J hat the Chairman and Sec- ba lots and make all arrangements retary of this commitu-- are hereby lor holdingissaid election. all legally 5th. It ordered that appointed a committee to provide tho qualified voters who consider themballots and make all arrangements selves Democi ats, and who will support the nominees of this primaiy for hording said election. election, and all young men now unnth. It is ordered that all legally der the age of twenty-onyears, who qualified voters who consider them- will attain their majority on or beselves Democrats, and who will sup- fore the day of the next general ejecport tho nominees of this primary tion, in November, 1897. and who dpurpose and intention ro election, and all joung men now dare their alliliate with the Democratic party, years, shall be entitled to vote in said priunder the ago of twenty-onwho will attain their majority on or mary election. Gth. That the Chairman of this before the next general election, in give public notice of this November, 1897, and who declare committee posting a copy of this orelection by their purpose and intention to nllili-at- e der at each of the three voting places with the Democratic party, shall in Richmond, Ky.,and shall publish be entitled to vote in .said primary a copv of this order in every issue of the Richmond Cluiax and KentucI y election. Register from date of adoption Cth. That the Chairmr.n of this com- to time of said primary election. Dudley TKinm.K, Ch'm. mittee give public notice of this election RonT. Baxtkr, Sec'y. by posting a copy of this crder at each of e rious voting precincts in Richmond, Ky., on the 10th day of July, 1807, to select Democratic condidates for Mayor, City Judge. City Attorney,. Citv Council, a" iustico of the peace and constable, and the polls shall be opened from 7, a.m., to 4, p.m., in Richmond, Ky.,ou tho aforesaid dav, for the aforesaid purpose. 2nd. That for the purposo of defraying the expenses of conducting Maid primary election, the candidal! s who propose to submit their name, shall, on or before the 1st day of July, 1897, pay to the chairman of thi committee the followingsums: Each candidate for Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney and Constable. $10.00; each candidate for Councilman aud Magis- It is ordered that a Democratat the va- - her. SUE STEEDS A GREAT MANY k tin-pass- SS3 Mr New I nmgs ed Pss e To take tho place of those worn out and Wh. entirely out of styK she needV. them in the. them, p - e And aught to have them anyw:iy, ;mf since she been ho very economis-a- l aiil you during the recent the three voting places in Kirksvilleand shall publish acapy of thisorder in every ifsiie of the Richmond Climax from date of adoption to time of said primary election. J. X. Tom Ch'm. J. B. AValkeh. Sec'v. We Doctor Furniture. CORRESPONDENCE. PAINT LICK. A. K. Lackey, Jr., spent part of last week in Corbin. Miss Jennie Kavanaugh returned home last week from a visit to relatives in Madil And now you can get them at such very U V providing you come to us from them, tii.i' no excuse for you not making her t;i means home more pleasant for youre!f. " r. Hard Tin too many 11 Our Stock is Complete II And not-a- n JH J ison count-- . te3 There are no breaks and bruises we cannot repair. t is our business to m:ike old furniture youngafrjiin. Many a time a piece of furniture turned out of our repair shop is admired as a fresh product of the manufacturer. -- tt Nell Stansbtiry, of Lafayette, Ind., has our thanks for an invito-- , tion to the High School Commencement there. The young lady is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs Geo. T. Stansbury. Mrs. J. II. Jones, of Lexington. Miss V. Mrs. M. Spears and Miss Annie Spears, of Jessamine countv, have been the guests of Mrs. T. T. Covington. Master Kit Covington is spending vacation with his grandparents at Spears, where Miss Bessie Spears will next week give a. house Douglas Bros. Succeed ArbucMc & Douglas. party. ;i. ! prat ns of pokl. It takes now 780 grains of silver The purchasing- power of silver cannot be increased by law; the debt paying; power ran be increased dishonestly as far as existing contracts are concerned." Teus, in plain terms, is admitted the fact that the man who borrowed 371 grains of silver must now pay the lender 780 grains of silver in payment of the debt. This strikes our content-orar- y as just and right, and it argues hotk-- in the interests of a monetary system that has more than doubled the indebtedness of this nation since it has been put in force. The rights of the creditor are sacred in the eyes of the goldites, and so far as the debtor is concerned there i i nothing but reviling for his por23 edness as The Pantagraph mistakes the Cmhax, mistakes the people for whom its feeble voice is raised, if it charges that we would not have good times if" we could get them Not in the history of this couutry has there been such an opportunity to and never in its history has there been such rejoicing as there would be if the Republican party should restore prosperity. This is strange, but true. Strange, that the entire people are anxious for it to come, 'even if it be by 'the Republican party. It is likely that there is Jess regret over the change of administration than there ever was before in our history. Generally . the defeated party has shown more or less of a hostile feeling toward their victors, and generally the disposition has been toeon-tinn- e the war in congress But in this instance both the feeling and the dispo- any-part- Arlington, the famous suburbin place of Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold was the scene yesterday afternoon of a large reception given by Mrs. Harry Baylor Welch's Furniture Store at Berea. Hanger. Theeliteof femininesocietv was Mr. S. E. Welch, whom the Ci.oiax there in all its beauty and splendor while appointed Director of tho Mexican the handsome home was a perfect bower Mint, has declined the appointment of beauty. The affair was a district social in order that, he may open another triumph. store at AA'clchburg, the suburb of Zona Douglas, many years with Mr. Strong, an excellent young man and a good salesman, has entered into partnership with his brother, Cyrus, ju nior member of the late firm of fc Douglas. They will continue in the shoe and gents' furnishing business at the old stand. Mr. Arbuckle will devote himself hereafter to agriculture and the horse industry, for which he is well fitted. He is ono of our steady, upright, conservative citizens, highly respected by all cla ,es, and his career as a farmer will bo marked by the same lofty dealings that characterized his citizenship in Richmond. Ar-buc- tion. fc"3 rfe-: Rrmifor SonffEfniTpD Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. ate Rs?S ; Hot Weather Goods & m frNfcjy - In Great Variety. RJS Lawn a If lit m m ; 3 Furniture, R5S Mammocks,, Mousquito Bars, m &. Straw Mattings, At Lowest Prices. Fine, Meditmi 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 rfeSi PSsS V&Z4 m Miss Dollio R. Williams, tho accomplished pianist, has gone to the Ky- - Chautauqua at Lexington to'flll a ton days' engagement. Miss Dollie is a complete master of the art, evidenced by the numerous offers of the most prominent managers and professors. Legions of friends and admirers will be attracted to the Chautauqua by the announcement of her engagement as pianist. Hustonville cor. Stanford Journal. Aliandsomely engraved invitation is acknowledged to the wedding (June 23) of Miss Willie Stan&bury, of Lafayette. Ind., and Mr. Harry Carr Ixionard, of Grand Rapids, Mich., ceremony at the Second Presbyterian church. The groom is a member of a wealthy Michigan family, a graduate of Purdue University, n member of the Sigma Nil fraternity. Ills wife is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Stansbury, and is an accomplished young lady. Her mother is a niece of Mrs. H. 3$. Dillingham and Mr. Thos. Thorpe, of this place. Mrs. Sallie Ward, assisted by hoi sister, Mrs. Kate "Wiggins, entertained a few friends at their attractive home on Hillsdale avenue on July 3. The attractions of the evening were recitations by Miss Georgia McMillan and Eugene S, Wiggins. Miss McMillan is a graduate of Ozford College and an accomplished elocutionist. The recitals were followed by music and refreshments. Among the guests were Judges Breck and Chcnault, Mr. McMillan, wife and daughter, Mrs. Berea, which his enterprise has built up. He. has already the following: drug store, dry goods, grocery, hardware, agricultural implements, fur- niture, si.--c different stores. Jn ad- dition Mr. Welch handles on tho side coal, salt, builder's materials, etc., etc. Incidentally ho operates in politics and is a red hot Republican of tho McKinley-Shermastripe. He is a hustler spelled with a big H. and when you go to AA'elchburg look around and see the suburb Berea ! n Mr. Barnes of Madison Ouiwils a Whole Circus. Samuel Barnes, a farmer, attended the circus here on Saturday, and was buncoed out of $90 by two confidence men who persuaded him into paying them the money as a guarantee in or der to proenru tho agency for a large tailoring concern which, they said, would pay him a large sum of money in advance. JNIr. Barnes discovered that he had been buncoed and told his talo of woe to Chief Terrill.-whworked a bluff to perfection and made the circus manager refund the mon ey. Mr. Terrill said-hwould attach the whole circus if the money was not paid back, and this was done forth with and the circus moved on, and Mr. Barnes went home a' wiser men. o Miss Mayme Ramsey returned last Fridaj from an extended visit to friends in South Carolina. Miss Estelle Poyntz. of Richmond, was friendship. Both deny that the trouble arose the guest of Miss Jennie Barks last week. over the alleged $."i00 contribution of Rev. H. S. McMurray preached at Mt. the Madison National Bank to assist Tabor last Sunday to a large congrega Mr. Burnam in his race for judge last tion. fall when he was the bank's president. Miss Li.A Itucker, who has been visitThe misunderstanding as stated by ing fiienns here, returned home to LanMr. Deatherage arose over a fee caster last week. y charged by Mr. Burnam in the Miss Jennie Hammond is visiting Miss estate settlement. Liza Rucker in Iincaster. Both gentlemen regret the occurMiss Aileen Denton, of McCreary, is rence, and are tvjday perfectly friendvisiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Cockran, on ly. Copper creek pike, this week. A Tragedy Just on The Jackson Line ScnMiss Polly Crush, who has been in the salional Arrcsi. milliner business here for tome time, At noon, on Saturday, Simpson's ltft on Tuesday for an extended visit to store at the top of Big Hill, this Ohio. county was treated to a genuine senOn Saturday the Taint Lick ball team sation, in the shape of a killing, again defeated the Kirksville team by a wherin Joe Gatliir, aged 10, was shot score of 27 to 1 . and killed by Henry G. Jiles, aged 77 years. WIIITJlS The troublo originated by Gatliff Milt Holliday, of Fayette, is visiting coming into the store intoxicated and Mr. B. F. Brown. abusing old man Jiles so it is alleged. A crowil from this place Sundaycd at Gatliir, it seems, drew a gun but was quelled, although Jiles had Hotel Gillen, Slate Lick. James Layton, wife and daughter, of armed himself. The latter put his weapon in his saddle pocket, prepara- Cincinnati, are visiting the families of tory to departing, when Gatliir ran up Messrs. Bud Dunn and John Ballou. The following attended Chautauqua behind him and sought to tear his clothes olf. The old man thrust hii last Friday and Saturday: Misses Minpistol around under his left arm and nie Dunn, Lena Palmer, Elizabeth and fired, the ball, a 44, piercing Gatliff Maggie Wjlmore, Lottie Farris, Mary near the heart, kill'iig him almost in- Ballard and Messrs. Burton, Faris, Amos, stantly Jiles mounted his horse and AA'illis Mason and Ballard. They had a and proceeded about three miles over most enjoyable trip. in Jackson county, when he was Ballard & Dunn shipped a carload of overtaken by Henry Raney, a half hogs to Cincinnati Friday. brother of the dead man. who called B. F. Brown has a swarm of bees from to Jiles to halt. Some say that Jiles which he has tnken 75 pounds of honey turned in his saddle and was prepar- in the past three weeks. ing to reply with a bullet, when a There's an effort nfoottogetup a camp shot from Raney's Winchester rille meeting at State Lick. . killed his horse which fell upon Jiles who lost his pistol in the fall. VALLEY VIEW. Before Jiles could arise Raney captJ'ERSOXAL. ured him, and about nine o'clock Messrs. Harry Spurlock and F. M. Bry Saturday night the old man was son are visiting their grandfather, Capt. lodged in jail here. P. M. Spurlock, at Catlettsburg. Mr. Jiles draws of $30 per Nat Baldwin, of Nicholasville, was month, being a veteran of the Fed-orhere Saturday on business army. He .waived an examinaMr. Poston, the popula ticket agent tion and was held over to the Grand here, has resigned his position, Hamilton Jury without bail. Smith succeeding him. Mr. Poston goes to Jonesvillo, Owen county, where he State of Ohio, City ok Toledo, w. will engage iu the mercantile business. Lucas Codntv. Elza Cosby, after a fetv weeks' ctay Cheney makes oath that he Fkxxk J. is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. with relatives here, left Sunday lor Peoi'iibnky & Co, doing business in the ria. Ills., where he will visit his son for a City ofToledo, County and State afore- few days, when he will return to his said nd that saiil firm will pay the sum of 0N1-- HUNDRED DOLLARS for each home at Montgomery, Ala. anil every case of Catarrh that cannot be R. J. Hunter, of White'. Station, of Hall's Oatakrii cured by e his appointment here Sunday. Cuue. FRANIv J. CHENEY. Rev. Walter Banghn, of Wilmore, Sworn to before me and subscribed in closed an interesting meeting at Nertby my presence, this Cth day of December, Sunday night. Mob-erle-- mention each one. so just remember .! Ave have anything you may want in tin line and if you do not believe it. com :: yourself. iirst of the vear and entirely article but what has been iHur!r 1, - 1 m Don't tal lo Sue Ot Ffalfc iiicSianan h McCormick Bros., jly7-l- m Kclley llloct, Richmond, THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Kj-- . ffiersta: Furniture and Undertakers. Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. Can be An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientiit Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, luns and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general declii e and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of washng away, will send THREE KKEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Disco' -cries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely nse, and he comid-er- s it a simple professional duty to sufferirg humanity to donate a trial of his infallible "cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this (rreat chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has proauccu results as oemuciai 10 humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung tronbles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude, fded in his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- 1 station. bi - j.. PAIRS OF MEN'S M I t i 1 M I )l I H I I II 11 wn Tan and Oxblood, Coin Eazor and BuHdog Toes, Lace and Congress, I U I 1 II )( I I M I tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, S8 Pire street, New York, giving postoffice and expret.s address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant adtar-tag- e of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his off r lly"-l- y in the Richmond Climax. 1 Former P rices 83.00 M CJ it A M 3.50 1.00 I I l 1 . il The Iing Now Go At $2.00 A Pair At gSMEM,i M lf : '. ,','U..IJ.'.1-Lt-l- H 1 M it i I I i x i u Phone, No. - 21 FlK- - y al New which binds two loving hearts, an added charm to love imparts. The diamond flashing from the rim, like truest lovij can ne'er grow dim. Our fine line of diamond rings, etc., deserves the close inspection of all wishing to thus testif the union of their hearts. o j-t'. w Partnership e9 A ..oe9 9a 9 9 ... : fill-e- k the-us- A. . 1). 18S8. -- e Last Saturday was pay-da- y at the mill of the Southern Lumber C). Southern Lumber Co.. i.j putting in a Hall's Batarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mu- new band mill in place of one of their old cous surfaces of the system. Send for ttjs; ones. tinionialf, free F J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0 , The social at tho home of Dr. and Mrs. 5ST"Sold by.Drm.'gists, 75c. july-7-li- n Norpicutt in honor of Miss Spicie,Had- A. AV. -s . seal GLEASON. Xolnni Pttblir. The firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dissolved, and Mr. D. B. Shackelford avUI take his customers into partnership with him dividing the profits with them by selling goods cheaper than ever beibri1. They will do business under the firm name of R?Rn1 Campbell and daughters, Mrs. Jas. Teyis. Mrs. Belle Kay burn, Mr. aud Mrs. Burgin. Allpronounceditamost Pi m lU I frtt- - BROWER, SCOTT 32-3- 1 & FllAZEE, Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. 111 delightful afTair. Prof. R. H. Hough, who had charge of tho Caldwell High School tho past year, has just returned from Bowling Gteen, where ho attended the meeting of the Kentucky IIMucatinnal IJo was peculiarly honored, being made Secretary of the Superintendents for tho comingyear. He lias also been placed in charge of the Kentucky educational exhibit at the Naslxviile Dxposi- . Cast your eyes in our direction. A warded The excursion season to the North Pursuant to call upon the citizens, Jewelry "was never ollercd nt sue! a tremendous celebration of Indepen- opens this year with a great deal of Highest Honors Wo rld'a Fair, low figures. "We give you the chnnce dence Day occurred at the bridge on promise. to buy at bullion cost. The manuthe Barnes Mill pike southwest of The Fiagara Falls season will bo in facturing and designing nust go un Richmond on Saturday. Two. thous- augurated with rates lower than over paid for. So limit tq, bargains and men, women and children wore before made, from all points ou the Q. watches are cheap nnd it will pay you on the grounds, and besides abund- & C. route, Thursday, July 8. to corae in and see. ance to eat and drink (spring water), This excursion will ha run via CinD. P. ARMK, the Richmond, Band gave an all'day cinnati, C. H & D. JVy to Toledo and je30-l- y Tho Main St, Jeweler. concert, inteibperecd with speeches via Detroit to Niagara by Hous. J. W. Cnperton, AV. B. Smith Falls, tho world',? .gjnjatest wonder. and Rov. John, G. Pond. The speep j Special trains, of tho flrft class coachFREE EDUCATION. by Mr. Smith was said to bo tho flaost es and Pullman sleepers will leave he ever delivered on this or any other Cincinnati at noon July 6, and tickAn education at Harvard, Yale, or any other college or institution occasion, and charmed the listening ets from Q. & O. points will beonale of learning in the United States, multitude. Cbl. Caperlon neverails for trains thatmako the connection, or in, the New 3nland Conservato hold tho nudienco enchained by Tjooodto return until Suly 14'. tory of Music, can bo Eccnred by j any joung man or woman ho MOST PERFECT-JlADE- . his matchlesslimmor and pathos.. I)r. TliisiBonoof,tia mast completely, iff earnest." "Write for particulars Pond added hip quota, to the dignity popular trips known tb'the American A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Ifowder.- Fttt quickly. .1 J AMES DiMJALE, n ammonia, Alum or any ott pra&ittcrant, and siguificanijejof tho day we tele p.ublicr and,Niagra.is. visited by- W' -- 36 BrwaSekl St, Boston, Mwe. ie2-l- y. brate by a good gpeech; ji,; ,thousanaroi"An3Wicris every 5 ear, J - " 40 XKAftS'lIW CTAW y&-s- . r ' Fourth ol July Cetcbralion. Niagara Falls. Twoands as well as two heads are bette- iaan one. ask: any young man. Ana when yon abk him, give him a lriendly tip that when he gets ready to decorate the hanil with a solitaire he most come to 111. We will him. He will get a stone tha,'. i oe a. joy to inc iair one as long as sue lives. D. B. Shackelfo I'll & Vlaj And will be glad to have their friends call and see the best line of Cultivators, Double Shovels and Extra Shovels, Bcfrigerators, Water Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Binders, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fly Traps. Fly Fans and Screen Doors and Window's, Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and largest assorted line of Builders Hardware, Da ' MIch.-.Cen- t. CREAM! BAKING r f .1 powMir I Agricultural Implements and Stoves in the Citj. Call and see for yourselves. i .- - is-- a - I - !..,.- - !.,- - ' -- .??T P3. Shackelford, Successor to S. & G. '; ' - . IE . ; The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Bicycle races The Fair. ' JULY 7, fc at the fair. Beautiful Stationery cheap. Douglas. Clai:k See notice of Mrs. Williamson's primary school. Rainbow mixed Cluik paint guaranteed. & Dovglas. Dr. James Yates has resumed the practice of dentistry with Dr. J. O. Morgan. The wife of Rev. Fred "Watts, the colored Baptist preacher, died last Friday week. New bolting inrchinery jutt placed in Zanies mill will further erfect their fciiivnor flour. Road wagons " as low as 25 at Ilonelson's. $S5 will buy a dandy. on can't beat them. or road wagons Four went out from Doneli-on'court day, and still the work goes on. buck-boards n 300 or oOO cattle at the pens. Not to 34 as many as u.sual. Prices, 2 cents. Tops sold to John Ilisle. A. J. ViIlouphhy, of Hie College Hill neighborhood, shipped near load of cattle to Cincinnati Saturdav, Miss Ruth Crow will begin her Mhool on the Rig Hill pike, just the Monday, July 12th. nd e, The fair is a certainty-suffici- ent Tile Chicago Horse Review of June funds having been subscribed to in- 29 has this to say sure its sucpess. The catalogues are colt: "The most of, a Madison bred sensational event at out today Irom thjd office. the Woodslock (ill.) trotting meeting last Friday was the exhibition e More Roads Purchased. of the phenomenal At a meeting of the Road Committee, Monday, the following turnpikes gray trotting Ally Lucjr Gilbert, by Dr. Hooker, dam by Warlock, who were purchased for the county: Lexington pike 11 miles, wont the half in 1:11, tho first quarter $11,000 Kingston and Berea pike,74 in 35 seconds, and if she had been called upon to do it, eho could have miles, $1,200. gone faster. From the present outEstill Circuit Court. look she will lower the world's record Only one case has been tried in the for fillies before tho season is over. Estill Circuit Court up to Monday Stephen Turner Dies. and that was the caso against Clabo F. Tharp for manslaughter, the jurv The community was pained on fading to aree. Eight for acquittal Thursday last to hear of the death of and four for conviction. The two ono of Madison's oldest and best murder cases were continued until known citizens, Stephen Turner, who the November tnn. passed away at the residence of his sister, Mrs. E. E. McCnnn, on Main New Pension Examiner. street, in tho 70th year of his age. Mr F. L. Churchill, of Wisconsin, His funeral was preached by Rev. J. has been appointed special pension W. McCown, of tho Baptist church, examiner and will succeed Mr. John of which he was a nicmbe, followed A. Bell, of Huntington, W. Va., who by interment on Saturday in the has been located here for three years. Richmond cemetery. Deceased Mr. Bell will probably be assigned to leaves a brother, Thos. Tumor, and a a California district. His Richmond sister, Mrs. McCann. His estate is friends regret to lose him. quite large. half-miltwo-year-o- ld Itich-mond.and Lucy Gilbert The Louisville Critic has suspended publication until Sept. 1. though gradual, are radical in their effect. Ayer's Sarsapar-il- la Corbin's new Masonic building has is intended as a medicine only and be dedicated. not a stimulant, excitant, or beverage. Go to Clark & Douglas and get a free Immediate results may not always foltreatise on Hog Cholera and its cure. low its use; but after a resonable tiino, permanent benefit is certain to be realizThe best thing oat. Blood-purifiei- Are much In Lttle; always ready, efllclent, satlxfac-tor- y ; prevent a cold or fever, care all liver inn. tide head ache, jaualice, connlpation. etc Price a cent. The only Hll to take iritn Hood'a Sariaparllla. s Pills Hal ,. - ure .. rlc" .,., U00U ieeus ,..., ....... !- mo nerved. i That is why Hood's Sareaparilla, the " great blootl purifier, cures nervousness. - " isssG-- ' tVVlK3 NSmIbK$88' ?s & y, v fe?SVUr- - .... - 5 fr ii A lfeffe-fUfcE- ;$w&r W5Kf'KJ' fifQv l VVASl4- Mr "E&ifcSy a t- . Ua?5 N -- ?a . . VvOCi,?Sx v S27. ife I .' K IHbI ei.iH fl s, L, THE GREAT MUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ! 1 Ml fill A big Democratic picnic will be given ed. It at White Plains July 10. Ill Fares The III Boy to Hastening Ills Ernest III, the fourteen year-ol- d a Prey. boy the Cmsi.vx included, omitted the buggies now name of Miss Alice Seven home-mad- e Arnold from the under contract at Donelson's Kentucky Carriage Works. Call and see list of teachers engaged for next year at Caldwell High School. They arc them. Cox ington, Arnold fc Rro. paid 15c the same as last year. Misses Estill fur 10.0tH pounds wool; and 00 cents for Walker, Maggie Rowers, Jennie Ford, l'i 000 bushels of wheat to be delivered Alice .Arnold, Ressie Dudley, Mrs. LRetts, Prof. Brock. Jul Ki. To the People. of Yale 'f8, helped Rilly Silver Creek defeat Jt. Lcavell at base am a candidate for tlie office of At I ball Saturday. Rilly is on Yale's Junior torney for the Madison County. If electclass team. ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall $50 will buy a handsome buggy, be, "equal and exact justice to all peotop and all, at John Donelson's. ple; rich and poor alike." It shall be my spend your money at home and see constant endeavor to secure a prudent w hat you get- and economical administration of the fisJohn Gibpon'sjl 73 Sigma Nil ring cal a Hairs of the county, and thus reduce is lost. diamond center, five the excessive rate of taxation. I solicit and 25 small diamonds on the vonraid. GkastB. Liiia'. li e armed star. Rig reward. , U-tche- whom Gov. Rradlcy pardoned out ot the pen on a'ceount of his youth, was caught stea'ing grass seed from Mr. Wm. Arnold, and is again in the clutches cf the law. It is said that young III cm open any be-osafe in Kentucky, without knowing the toll-gatcombination. Such a,being is decidedlr. Elmer Xorthcutt and Mr. J. & ly unsafe. Sitters may start a campaign paper at Omitted By Mistake. alley View. Roth are red hot Deuio-- t Two or Inore of the town papers, rats. There arc some people who are never positive in anything. It ia always, "I don't know'" or "1 guess so" There is a world of such people, and iHs refreshing sometimes to hear a person speak as one having convictions, likeMr.Chas. F. Snyder, of Bangor, Ph., who wrote" "I can juIy-7-li- n heartily recommend Simmons Liver Reg Minnie Brown, colored, was fined in ulator to all who are troubled nitli Dys Lexington for carrying a razor in her pepsia ot l.ivcr Complaint," It hair. nal miners in tlie Middlesborough d'snict will not obey the order to strike. Feeling 2uca Better. "For several years I have been troubled If strength is what you want, you with indigestion and dyspepsia, and of- bhould study what causes weakness. ten suffered intense pain. I wasadvuedto Even Pocscy Shows Democratic Gains. It is practically lack of food. try Hood's Sarsaparill3 and soon after I But you eat three meals a day, and all We are indebted to the Valley View btgan taking it I found it was wiving me yon. can eat at a time. correspondent of tho Climax for this Y'es, bufdo you digest it? bit of information regarding the in- relief. My general health is much better since I began the use of this mediFood undigested, is not food. Jt is not creasing Democratic vote in the rock-ribbRepublican stronghold of Poo-se- cine." Jane Peck, Itutlcdge, Tennes- nourishment. see. It doent' create strength. To digest your food take Shaker Diges"The Democratic primary held Sat&00&S Pill's cure nausea, sick liead-ach- e tive Cordial at meals. After a while you urday iu Million magisterial district, iudigestnn, bilionsness. 23c. It will digest your. food without it. Then composed of the precincts of Bigger-staf- f, you will get well, and btrong and Lizzie Hamburg jumped into a well 20 Nowby The manufactures have instructed to give a bottle of 23c. size of Foley's Col ic Cure free to the first soldier of the civil was that applies for same. It is the great remedy Tor Chronic Diarrhoea, Cramp Colic and all Bowel complaints. ed y: Attention, OH Sotliera! John Wilson was assassinated in Owsley county while plowing in his field. 4 Busy Bee Cash Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. Stores Ife and Poosey, resulted in the nomination of John A. Young for magistrate and AlbertDozier for constable. For magistrate Young received 163 votes, Jenkins 157 and Million 30 For constable Dozier received 183, 85 and Land 81. Poosey showed an increase in her Democratic vote. The race was close between a few of tho candidates which attested their popularity with the voters. Related in Madison. miles south of Paducah and was dead when rescued. pint-raid- Mr. Win. Mnupin writes the Climax to change the address of his paper from Minicr to Alnnta, 111., a No paid his subscription for another Should keep themselves healthy and es Col. John Coriey, the well known pecial care should bo given to this time. Louisville drummer for Streng&Thal-heimc- r, Health depends upon pure and impoverof Louisville, who was killed ished diseases of various kinds are almost by Dan Curry at Corbin recently, was certain to result. The one true blood not only well known hero but had relBy its purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla atives in this county the Gregorys. power to purify and vitalize the blood it Mr. Corley's daughter is a cousin of has proved itself to be the safeguard of Mrs Olivia Gregory, and visited here health, and the record of remarkable The Government Building Sells For $35. three years ago. lo, N. Y. It cures effected proves that it hag wonderMr. Joe Chenault is having his Col. Coriey was killed by Curry for This does not mean the $100,000 A moonshine distillery near Lcitchfield new buggy fitted with rubber tires at ful power over disease. It actually and stiucture just completed ! Rut it re- alleged insult o the hitter's wife. It was captured and destroyed by Deputy permanently cures when all other piepa-ration- s the Kentucky Carriage Works, John building used is not believed to bo true, however, Collector Dehoven. fers to tho one-stoDuneNon. propricror. fail to do any good whatever. as all who knew Coriey unite in saynt ry How much bnisncss can a man do whose system is in a slate of disorder? Headache is only a symptom. Jt is not a disease. The pain in the head is the sign of rebellion. There have been mistakes in diet and other abuses. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a gentle, flective renovator and invigora-to- r of stomach, liver and bowels. They assist nature, without threatening to tear the body piece-mea- l. There are no griping pains, no nausea. One is a laxative. A book 'if 100S paces, profusely illustrated, written by Dr. R. V. Pierce, called "The People's Common Sense Medicaadviscr," will be sent free for 21 one-cestamps to cover cobt of mail ing only. World's Dispensary Medical Association, No. 003 Maiu Street Buffa- healthy. Shaker Digest Cordial cures indigestion and all itssimptoms, such as uausca, headache, eructations, pain in the stomach, gilddinef-8- loss of appetite, and etc. It makes your food nourish you, and make you strong and fat and hearty. , As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion Ave carry, that aas 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. Never in the histor' of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the oppor-tuni- t' offered them to biry real first-clas- s stylish, seasonable-goodat prices that are being named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "Guimpure Lice Stripe" will be closed at Gie, former price 10c per yd., about 500 ds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful "White Ground Dimities with pink, black and blue polka dots will be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemaiy Organdy Dress Goods foretrice 15c per yd. will be closed 7c, about GOO yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red grounu w ith polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth 13c. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12ic a yd., these goods were sold at l!c a yd. s V ;, 1 2 All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Gimfnams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. wlieu in stock. DruggUts sell it Trial bottle lOcents. It The Kcntuckv Citizens' Building and Loan Association, of Louisville, assigned. ALL TEE PE0EL3 QppjK year. it is too hot to take pictures now, but invites the public Sehlegel say by the superintendent, which was erected at a cost of $150. The house and contents were disposed of and brought small returns Mr. Sam Rice pays $35 for the building; other parties bought the stove, chairs and desk for about $0 50. A ing he was guiltless of such conduct. f Freak to call and see how nice he is fixed Mr. Robert Shrewsberry, postmashis quarters, also bee the latest in ter at Kirksville, received a letter styles in pictures. from his father, formerly of Madison, Revs. J. G. Parsons, of Irvine, who resides at Woodland Park, Col., and J. W. Parsons, of Berea, are telling of his narrow escape from mourning the death of their sister, death by lightning recently. Tho Mrs. Margaret Davis, who died at bolt struck a chinmoy, passed down L."ioy, Illinois, Juu23, aged 27 years- - into the room jmd knocked a shoe If you want to be astonished call as from ono of his feet, rendering Mr. we did on S. - MidkifTaud examine his Shrewsberry unconscious for several hue of barouches, phaetons, buggies and hours, and giving him a narrow call. road wagons and get his prices for same. The poorest can afford to ride in a vehicle Elder Sam Crutchcr Coming. tf at his prices. Elder Crutcher writes the CM5IAX Wreck on the L. 4 N. from Piano, Texas: The midnight passenger train, "I hopo to see you in August and ran into a washout below the renew my subscription to tho Ci.i5iAx. platform of Hou. Jno. D. Harris, near Texas is gathering immense wheat Silver Creek, and ditched the train. The and oat crops, selling respectively at digit eer, Clark, was badly scalded, and 00 and 15 cents per bushel. Ono good the fireman was cut and biuised. "ihe rain very soon and tho prospects will coaches, except the sleeper, were de- be for good com and cotton. This, railed. I'afcsengers uninjured. Trains thus far, is the coolest, pleasantcst of the lour summers I have tried in are on time. S W. Crutcmkk. Texas. The engagement of Prof. J R. Alter Ten Year's Sludy. Harris to teach the Kirksville school We were shown Friday the certifinjures to that district a successful term. He is one of our best and most icate issued by tho Kentucky InstiexKrienced teachers, for several tute for the Deaf, at Danville, to Miss I- of Liqhtning. Deceased was a son of Anderson Coriey, a well known citizen-o- Lebanon, and was some years ago President of tho State Traveling Men's Association. His death was a distinct blow to the order, as he was known everywhere in commercial circles and was well liked Wedding Ruittaix-RaIjDWIN. Bells. On Tuesday evening, June 29, 1807, Miss Mary Elizabeth Baldwin, of this county, was united in marriage to Ensign Carlo B. Brittain,of the United States Navy. Tho ceremony was performed at the Christian church, this city, by Rev. V. R. Lloyd, after wnich the south-bouu- d, bridal party and several hundred friends drove to Maplewood, the bride's country home, where a royal reception awaited them. The wedding was altogether a beautiful culmination to the bright hopes of two strong, earnest, young natures. In Miss Mamie Baldwin we have rea lized our ideal woman, and the universal delight at the happy mating was the highest compliment to the worth of Lieutenant Brittain. Loving hands had made tho church an exquisite floral setting for the charming pink and white panorama that moved within to tender nuieic of tho Lohengrin wedding chorus. The first pair of groomsmen, MessrsThos.Mobcrlcy and Thos. Collins, led the march, followed by Miss Grubbs, of Mt. Sterling, and Miss Lila Then Messrs. John B. Chenault. Chenault and Clay Shackelford, and Miss Lida Burgess, of Maysville, and Miss Mnriawillie Smith, Lieut, Kuep-peU. S. X., and Mr. W. S. Hume, Miss Ijou Beall, of West Virginia, and Miss Minerva Phelps. Then came the two lovely little flower maids, Misses Elizabeth Clark and Johnny followed by the Maid of Honor. Miss Olivia Baldwin. Lastly, the bride on Iter, father's arm, who was joined at tho altar by tho groom, escorted by the first attendant, Liout. Jones, TJ. S. N. Tho bridesmaids wore gowns of white organdie, with pink sashes and bouquets of Mermet roses. Tho Maid of Honor wore whito organdie with whito sash and white roses. Tho little flower girls were in filthy whito dresses and carried baskets of pink and white sweet peas. The bride was gowned in richest white brocade satin with oriental lace trimmings. She wore, of course, that sweetest of conventions, tho long bridal veil, and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. The becoming evening dress of the groomsmen and the gorgeous regimentals of the three Lieutenants, made a very effective combination with tlie profusion flowers and feminine loveliness. Tho ceremony was earnest and graceful, incorporating tho asublime force of tiie old Episcopal form. A long drive under the starlight brought us to Maplewood. The grounds were brilliantly lighted, r, "Will-iamso- years principal of the Richmond City Ida Belle Agco, of this county, "who has been a pupil of the Institute for 10 school. years, and that her conduct has been StMl ahead of them all. They unexceptionable, and her application can't touch our low prices on groceries. Some may attempt and improvement good; she is disit but invaribly fall by the way side. missed with the commendation and Dull days are a thing of tho past at good wishes of her instructors," D Chenault )c Co. our stoie. firt,t-cla- ss "Wonderful ! Marvelous ! Citizens of Middlesborough have lateare expressions frequently heard about cures effected by Foley's Kidney Cure. ly lost $00,000 by building aud loan Do not fail to try this great remedy for failures. any kilnev trouble. n "Last summer one of our was sick with a severe bowel troubis that the gold DemThe latest report ocrat of Kentucky will not fuse with le," says Mrs. E G. Gregory, of Mo. ''Our doctor's remedy had tlie Republicans. failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic Don't Stop Sim ! Cholera and Diarrhoea Reinedv, which lie has a bad attack ot colic and is mak- gave very speedy relief." For sale by W. ing for s drug store after a bottle of G. White Richmond, Ky. Foley's Colic Cure. 25c and 50c. AV. J. Sanders has been appointed postmaster at Mt. Lebanon. Mrs. "William Uuss is dying at Louis Yon may hunt the world over and you ville without medical attention, trusting will not find another medicine equal to in prayer to cure her. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar"WTiea Yoa Tat Your Vacation rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. It the mopt necessary article, to have with is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale you (after your pocket book) is a bottle by-G. White Richmond, Ky. of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all deragements of Silveritesof Frankfort havs decided to the bowels caused by a change of water. nominate candidates for city offices by a You are likely to need it. primary. Heat caused the death of nearly a Fifty Dollars a week easily made. score of people in Cincinnati Saturday Agents wanted in every locality for Hon. and Sunday. W J. Bryan's great and only book, "The Fii-sBattle," The bestseller every proQuick F.elief For Asthma. Foley's Honey and Tar is guaranteed duced. Agents are taking as many as to give prompt relief in all cases of As- 200 orders per week. Beware of fraudthma. Do not class this with other med- ulent imitations. Send foroutfit and beicines that have failed to give felief. gin work at once. "W. B. Conkey Company, Publishers, 341 Dearborn Street, jly-7-lGive it a trial. niay-12m Chicago. Elkhart, Ind:, w ill have a new carriage R. Gentry and Robert J., the John factory cmployiug 123 hands. great pacers, will contest for the world's july-7-lm grand-childre- july-7-li- n Freder-ickptow- n, Cut Prices. thing in the domestic department at ver-Ir.3011 need of these while they are cheap, they will soon be worth more money. 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. They 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 tire 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 3011 a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very prett3 st3les left to close. Eveiything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for 3'ourselves. Bab3 Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 10c a pair. Good Shoes for men 08c. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at 82.05. worth $0.00. Nice prett3 patterns, 81.15, former price Sl.08. Pants for men, well made, no shodd Men's Jeans Pants, Bo3's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. s goods in every department and 3011 You all know that we cany nothing but also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we sa3. When we tell 3ou 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 snve 3011 some mone3 and at the same time vou will biy a !reat main useful things at unheard of LOW "Respectfully, PRICES. v Bin--wh- at All-wc- ol All-wo- ol Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and every- We tire selling Brown Muslins. Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, first-clas- .w july-7-l- m im Yl -- lit jnIy-7-l- m llllilrllli yiP- Uz&jf COMPANY- .- " k flgy ' 'C' " julv-7-l- m julv-7-l- ni house-to-hous- e sfl223K2!53SS-ff- 5 t SEAT - fO-S- I MIR m 2 Notice. among whom we observe tho name apr2S-t- f Come, get our prices on all kinds of Miss Sallie Ellis, of this county. of groceries, qiiceiisware, etc., and Valley View's New Teacher. compare Uiem with the prices of other In the person of Prof. J. W. Grins-teagoods and you will stores ui find us to be at least 15 to 25 per cent, the good people of Valley View cheaper than any grocery house in are to be congratulated upon secur& Co. D. Chenault Richmond. ing the services of so worthy a sucapr28-t- f cessor to Miss Viola Million as teach"Gould's" in It. d er of their public school. Pi of. "Gould" Dunn, of White's station, secured the best teachers certifone of the best and most graceful icate issued in Madison this year, his horseback riders in Madison, bor- general average being 90 Valley rowed a ?4o suit of clothes from Rud View lias been singularly fortunate fh Crook and a fine saddle from Dr. her teachers, among tho most popular Hockaday, with the expectation of and efficient of them havingboeiiMiss exhibiting his line saddle raaro at the Million and Prof. It. Lee Davis. Lancaster fair, and if "Gould" don't ruin everything by stretching his big The Clock Can Neither Be Seen Nor Heard. p bell for tho tower will The 1000-lb- . too wide, you may rest easy that ho will get enough "blue ribbons arrive shortly. . Meantime our citizens are wondering why in the first to last him a year for neckties. place the Government placed a time Undoubtedly the cheapest house in Central Kentucky is piece on our now public building 1). Chenault fe Co., on 2d St., Rich- which can neither be seen nor heard mond, Ky. They handle only stand- The hands and figures on tho dials ard goods and sell them for lef-- than are indistinguishable to tho nude opso called cheap houses charge for tic, whilst the hours go by with never D. Chenault fc Co. trashy stulf. apr2S-t- f a sound to mark their flight. In tin's I am a candidate for City attorney way tho old Court Houso clock, with of Richmond Ky. subject to the action of three sides wrong and one side right, the Democratic Party. If nominated and goes on telling the tlmo as usual, elected it will le my constant endeavor thanks to the public clock coroner" to represent the best interests of the city. D. P. Armer. first-cla- rs d Grin-stea0. llv-tra- hereby notify all persons, that as Away. my wife, Anna Campbell, has aban- Doa't Jobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life easily lr you waut to quit tobacco using doned mo, not to sell to her anything aud forever, be made wcll.strou', msigueuc, on my account. I shall not pay any full of new life and vigor, take tliat makes weak men the debts she may contract. sininp. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. c, I record iu Louisville, October 22. Durinjr the Tennessee Centennial and International Ex-- f Is now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approval of a generous public. Same prices to every one and position at Nashville, Tenn., a low rate special tariff nas CASH in every instance. been established for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati and XOTICK the rare bargains we are other terminal points on the Queen & Crescent Route. offering for Tickets are on sale dailv until further notice to Chatta-- 1 nooga at $5.00 one w;iy or $5.75 round trip from Nicholas ville, ''' SA i 14 Nouder-worUe- r, MADISOX CAMPBELIj. Over July 1, 1897. to cure, drusgt, under guarmitee mailed Howard Garderuer shot 'and killed John Armstrong, at Fulfon over a game of craps. of your 50o or 1.(10. Booklet and sample free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Clneaco or New York. 400,0(X) cured. Buy The oats crop is considerably damaged by the chinch bug. Millinery at Cost. Seasons "Why Chamberlain's Colic, Tempie Oldham will sell her enMiss Cholera And Diarrhoea Hemcay " Is Tno Best. tire stock of beautiful millinary at cast large amount 1. Because it affords almost instant for cash so as to reduce the gro-ce- rv 1 s relief in case of pain in the stomach, colic and cnolera morbus. 2. Because it is the only remedy that never fails in the most severe caees of dysentery and diarrhoea. 3. Because it is the only remedy that will cure chronic diarrhoea. 4. Because it is the only remedy that will prevent bilious colic 5. Because it is the only remedy tliat will cure epidemical dysentery. 6. Because it is the only remedy that can ilvays be depended upon in cases of cholera infantum. 7. Because it is the most prompt and ui06t reliable medicine in use for bowel of goods sho has on hand. Come early June 23 lino. and get first choice. Richmond Fair July "We 27-3- have opened tho l.oston Great Bargain Store with a full line of ladies and gents furnishing, goods, fashionable clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musical instruments, etc. Kverything at the Will also make special lowest prices. prices for tjiu next 'GO days, every day from 10 a. m until 2 p. in., Saturday's from 10 a. m. until 9 p. in. Call on me and look at goods. Kespt. Yours, A. DOISKOWSKY, Prop., 21 First St., Kichmorid, Ky. je2-2m beinggood seven daj's to return; other tickets, with longer return limit, at $S.65 and at $11.80 for A suit that suits i? worth having-the round trip. There's so much in.striii-.iworth of e clothing- that one is inThese rates enable the public to visit Nashville and ! f other Southern points at rates never before offered. Vesti-bule- d deed fortunate to light , on a bargain. Appearance-- are deceptive, fal in our trains of the finest class are at the disposal of the lint there's nothing- to decreaxe suit. The sale on now is stock passengers, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling one and they must go. No reserve. 5enuiiip Bargains Suits at SJfiO, to visit the veiy interesting sceneiy and important battle- 51 W, $.",.00, S(? 00, $7 "(). Can't bo duplicated for twite tho money other grounds in and about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain and plat es. Chickamaugji National Militaiy Park. Tickets to Nashville fl of Straw to visit the Centennial can be repurchased at Chattanooga i 7 .." ""5 In a city is queer. But we're cutting for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via --7..VVtUW Y'rjK7- Staw Hats and the harvest is hern -.Cincinnati and the Q. & C. Route South or write to a Harvest of Bargains in all iizes, the round iVieri - &z c trip-ticket- s . ready-mad- e 8P - " :. -- km .?- J. W. C. RINEARSONJ W. COOLIDGE, Agent, Nicholas ville, Ky. Gen'l. Pass'k. Agent, Cincinnati, O. QTV yfi?vV T5." "v T 5.7A VP?Ts 7"YVA T fc T V & A1 complaints. 8. 9. Because it produces no bad results. Because it is pleasant aud safe to Hundreds of deaths from heat through out the country since Thursday. Erertbody Says So. Cascnrcts Candv Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discover? of llio ago, p cas-aand refreshing to tho taste, art pcutly and positively on kiiluej s, liver and bo wrls, cleansing tho entire systrn. dispel colds, euro headache, fovcr, habitual oDtIpation and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box M) cents. Sold and of C. C. C. ttwlny ; 10, ' guaranteed to cure by all nt take 10. Because it has saved tho Iive3 of more people than any other medicine in the world. Tho 25 and 50c sizes for sale by W. G. july-7-lWhite Riclnrond, Ky. m Respectfully, Lancaster Solves a Knotty Problem. Our Lancaster friends aro going to hold a four day's fair this year, but Large Timothy. show-oMr. W. C. French brought to this of- as Hall's Circus was billed to July 17, the last day of the fair, fice this week, and same is now on exhibition here, a bunch of timothy heads tho directors, who, like tho immortal competgrown from seed sown last fall. Tho Lincoln, could not think of ing with a circus, became very much heads average 12 inches iu length and are the largest we have seen this season. alarmed, and so they arranged a will Mr. French says that it is rare for timo- compromise by which the circus be held within the fair grounds, and thy to head up the first year, but that 50 cents will admit his enti'e field will compare well with one admission of to both exhibitions! Hero's a chance, the sample. for some trained show 'bosses' to go The Kinetoscope, greatest of the up against tho Kentucky bred animal productions of that wonderful genius, in a fair ring-anan open fight. Edison, will be used in giving an enAlexander Campbell's Widow Dies. tertainment at the courjt house WedThe widow or Alexander Campbell, nesday July 7, at 8:00 p.m. The most of electrical wonders I So founder of the Christiau church, of marvelous realistic are the productions of this America, died last week at Bethany, masterpiece of human ingenuity that Va., aged 95 years. Deceased was you are prone to believe the scenes well known to the. older inhabitants represented before ypu as actually ta- of Richmond, having been a visitor king place. Children cry, and adults to this place some years ago, look for a good chance to get out of whilst her granddaughters, Mrs.B. C. Camp-lwl- l, the way when the ponderous express Hagerman and Miss Jessica since married were connected train comes rushing towards them first a small speck in th distance, at with Madison Female Institute. its speed of 70 miles per hour, it rap- Among Mrs Camphell's surviving idly enlarges as it approaches, aud.it friends in Richmond jnay be men last flashes by as in rcnlity. This ex- tioned Mrs. Irvine T. Green and Miss hibition has lecn secured for tho Kitty I'holps- - iMrs. Campbell was tlie most Godly wombenefit of the M. B. S. S.'of this city, is and will aid in furnishing a library. an in the world, and her mourned by tuou'saude?, Don't fail to come. n d ly Ghees Clay. i. druj-'gist- picture that gleamed through tho wooded vistas like a glimpse of fairy land. Mr. and Mis. T. .E. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Shanks, their son and daughter, of Stanford, arrived first and dispensed tho hospitalities of the homo witli the kindly dignity for which it has long been distinguished. ' The large rooms, h a 1 1 s, g a and lawn were filled with a happy throng some ontertaining tliomsclyes with tho wedding presents, a profusion of cut glass, elegant silver, laces and china, attesting the. devotion of many friends; some disd cussing in two long dining rooms course after course of delicious viands; others enjoying the rich souvenirsfrom many lands of tho Lieutenant's three years cruise, proofs, not only of his beautiful taste, hut of his fidelity to tho Kentucky sweetheart, others still, laughing, chatting-- , dreaming perhaps ot such an enchanting climax to iheir own young hopes. And so a joyous evening passed. Farewell, dear young friondsl May. tho brightness of jhat royal June, day future awitlng; be.an crncjst making a radiant flower-deckeof-th- e Frank Fisher,-- was run at Peroria, III. ove-- i Je?6e Kirkland, who killed Jack John by 10 care son last Saturday at "Mayfield, has been indicted for involuntary manslaughter. Salt-Khcum i mWt If The m M5lS Working Pants " lifT?' .'1 .' At one price to all alike. Thorf stores which keep one or two of ., V i mTifthj.ivr - O rWM) iHl the shops we have, but there are none that keeps the variety in foot wear 7 t i which makes our establishment the mecca for all who are looking for Fit and excellence of quality and worl -manship. See our 51 5J5, 51.50, $1.73 aud S2. Shoes 25 that oMier bm- stores are asking 25 per cent, more money ..vM.-llO- ffomjSffiiy?x whm c7tt l v-A- Wtw fori 4 shapes and descriptions of Hats. riL,l.V . :-- Shoes In Every Styled art-sho- yff 7. e it What's Your Need ? A choice, "111 take the neck c. a Cascaret; and Eczema. Tetter, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. The intense itching and smarting- incimayo lyr dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applyjng Chamberlain's Eye and has a new bank. Bardstown Skin Ointment. Many very bad suses cured A stimulant is often needed to nour- have been permanentlyitching by it. It piles and is equally efficient for ish and strengthen the roots and to keep a favorite remedy "for sore nipples; the hair a natural color. Hall's Hair chapped hands, chilblains, s frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Itenewer is the best tonic for the hair. "When bilious or costive, eat Great? st Bargains ever offered to the peo ple of Madison count3. or nothing said the collar to the cuff. ' ' Well, 111 be close to hand," replied the cuff, and -- LI 1 L,oolc lit Dr. Cady'f- - Condition Powders, are just what a horso needs when in bad The Globe Building and Ixan Compa- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and ny, of Iioufeville, assigned. Verinifuge. They are not food but medicino and. the best in use to put a Whctbei' it's stubborn cold or just a horse in prime condition. Price 25 sniffle, you can cure it for good with Jr. cents per package. Bell's Piue Tar Honey. This famous G. M. Lane fc Co., the Danville nur- -' remedy taken in time will stop the proserymen, were on the market Thursday gress, of consumption and bring the color of the year. of health to tho :pallid. check. It with the first blackberries will reopen her' Mrs. Williamson B, Lin Cave has been elected PresiSelect Primary School at her home on dent; of Kentucky University. Seventh sh the first Monday in Septem"0no of my siclr headaches," you will ber. Your patronage is solicited. hear people' frequently say, as if the june-30-t- f- It m kJ $A k'KJi'j W7 Men's Suits for $2.50 worth SS.00 Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's 'Shoes 80 cents. Ladies' 'Shoes 80 cents. A Beaujtfful Line of GUieoes from 3 to Scents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. '; Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. Ladiesji Sailors from 5 cents to $1. Brussei Carpets from 50 cents toSLa yard. Straw Mattings from 12i cents to 20 cts per 3d at these Prices: K3 IHtl ?, bargains -- li Jt t. fnovv:, T a so the3' were satisfied. That's th.e wa3 with our customers, , no matter what their fancy niay dictate, we please them. Underwear. Hosiery, Neckwear and Shirts of every description and at prices that can't be reached bv others. , sS youl- - - . . , JK. vy? yv.z complaint was hopelessly iucr.rablo- - As TTwoalleg6d freight robbers wore ara matter of fact, Ayer'ePilla not only rej car in . O wensboro. lievQ sick headache but' effectualiy jre- - retted in a njoyJJKtCRUBejDJ this distressiBgtflcmr. Gascarets etiinulate liver, fcjidneys and. .tfeversivkon,. weaken or gripe. pkiat, aad so briue.bot penbanent - ?- & til z r t -t - A. " w.i 'M - U r 'bc-wofj.- EHE NEW YORK STORE m rVpJTovn Bargains Forever Ky- - ir !i For flood Values at Low Prices See -- - Klein & Son's Old Stand t Richmond, c!i !r .' '" "- -- t v -- r r r -- 3 v i. v -- J M2lJ " ' -- Jp " P i ' " - "' w lt- -, -- "" - -, r42dft. - s , ".- -- HiT 5 - tfr Few Appreciate the s s. . . Wt? 4J -- & t3' X'tr 4a il . e The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEtttNT-FOTU B KENTUCKY Latc-st UEV3. A "Segra GEORGErDINNING. of tliO Tr I; t fr I- - I lr K the Exr corted front this city to Frauxlin, pectaut Mother is Simpson county, Monday morning, by VOLTCE JUIKJE. tecting two Negroes 'rum anticipited' OiUml An 81 member of the Kentuukv statu exposed and the "We are authorized to announce H. mob violence. Green Dinning, charged guard under tnd of Cupt. Xoel foreboding 'with of C. Rice a candidate for Ashland, Ky, July 5. An inspeo Gaines. Dinning is charge I With thu which she looks with murder at Franklin, blmpsoa Police Judge of Richmond, subject tioa has jUbt been made by tne United murder of Jod e Conn, a respected county, and Tol Stone, charged with to the to the action of the primary July 15. States army engineers of the lhj Sandy atlempteu assault at G.asgow. Stone county faruiqr, and was brought hour of woman's was taken from tho BpwiingGroeu jail rvec to ascertain tae advisability of here three months ugo to awnd lynch- severest trial. All Thurslay morning and accjmpanted putting in loc cs and dams. 'I here are ing. 11 s trial began Monday a ATTOBXKY. FOR CITY sold.er.i to the scene of his by valuable deposits of oil and bitum.tious and the soldiers will remain in effort should he He id charged with crime, Glasgow. "Ve are authorized to announce and cannel coal along the river, and Franklin duriug the progress of the made to smooth j attempting to assault Miss Jones, a Gkeex Clay a candidate for the making navijratioa possible the year case. The militia were called out by these rurrc-eteacher in Liberty college, sveral t office of City Attorney, of Richmond, through would be a great stimulus to Gov. ISradley upon the r qtrsition of places in life's Ky., subject to the action of the trade in thU part of the country. A the officials of Franklin county, who months ago, and was taken to Howl- - I party. ing Green or safo keeping. He feara J very favorable report it expected from fearc l that the mob spirit was still pathway for her. Iemocratic that he will be lyncued, notwithstand"We are authortoul to announced, jhe engineers, naif there is no reason rife. ing tne soldiers. D.nnin at Frankfor Talbot JacksoiVti candidateKy., thy there should not bo govorumint TVfO KILLED appropriations to improve this region, lin Is being guarded night and day Ciy Attorney, oi Richmond,Demo- as the natural resources arc superior And Minf VVnuii .,t in Mtiitlnc Aftrty allays Nervousness, and so assists by nearly three hundred soldier Subject to the actiou of tire o am mi S rArht Firc. to that in the country drained bv farmers nt n Nature that the chancre sroes for- - to rreventr tho cratic party. Louisvillk, Ky., June2'J. .tether the Kanawlfo or Kentucky ward iu an easy manner, without Logan aud Simpson counties from both of which have bsen to the fcvening l'ot irom .ucuburg, uwn. knimg such violent protest in the way of I. lynching him for a crowd of raiders FOB 1TAYOB. by the government. Ky., siys: who was one of inirtshomo ho aUacked lhc 'lorn Logan anl Wyatt Cooper Nausea, Headache, Etc Gloomy "We are authorized io announce D. FATALLY SHOT. brought uujut a deadly shooting af- loreDooing-s- yieia to cueenui auu one nlght foT tho purposU 0f fr.ghteu- Mayor of P. Abmkb a candidate for Richmond, subject to the action of Tlerbrrt Urovi Ieldl With an OtUcT fray at a picnic o i btrihtFjrk, in hopeful anticipations she passes ing him from tne county, ineiu int. which two were killed instantly and threug-IVlio Arr trd II' the ordeal quickly aud considerable excitement nt Glasgow, the Democratic parly. Ci.av ClTV, Ky., July 5. Ilerbcrt M. many wounded. Logan and Coopjr without Tatn is left stronjr and where the Stone Negro will bj put on "We are authorized w announce deadly enemies, and wnen of btsntou, twice, J. B. Stouffek a candidate for Brown, the groin noil was shot the le;r, were at the picnic Logan opened they vigorous and enabled to joyously trial Tlu.raday. fire, met aain in Fraxkm.v, Ky.. July 2. Private Richmond, subject to the once in Mavor of by IVancis Ulythc Illy the was acting killing Cooper at the firat shot. He perform the high aud holy duties Qninn, of the Frankfort company of party. action of the Democratic now devolved upon her. Safety slate guard, is dangerously ill with as special policeman, an-- i arretted fired five oijier bullets into the pros"We are authorized io announce J. "W. William llarJuiclc, of Stanton, for trate bod j and then th.3 litter's f rien is to life of both is assured by the congestion of the brain and will huvo Bilks a candidate for Mayor of Rich- disorderly conduct. Urown and other took up the fijht and the shooting use of "Mother's Friend," and to remain hers several duys after his mond, bubject to the action of the Dem- Stantonitos attempted totaka Hard-wlegener.iL An unknown man was the time of recovery shortened. comrades leave. CoL Gaither has the ocratic tarty. away from Wythe, which caused killed and about J were wounded, guarded "I know one lad, the mother of three cbfldre n, town and jtil carefmly some fatally, it is believed. tho shooting. Urown is fatally inwho Buffered grtitly In tlie birth of each, vrho Thursday night, and there is no likeobtained bottle cf Motrin' Friend' of me jured and will die. Two storios aro from Conn's friend$ XK councilmex. before her fourth conCncment.and wa relieved lihood of trouble STAKE ENJTR1S afloat, one that ltrown drew a, revolver cuickljv All agree that their labor was ihorter natll after the verdict is rendered. It Henry first, and the other that he'did not. For th "We are authorized to announce SUcon.Ga. is b Keved the jury will get the caso Fll ainetlnc ' thn LnuUvIlla and leu painful" Jouri G. L. Perm a candidate for Councilman Illy tho is under arrest. llrivuif unl Fair Ansoclwtmri Cminl. Sent bv Mail, on receipt of price. $1.00 PKR by noon Friday. from University Precinct, subject to the Lofi8VH.t.K, Ky., Juno 29. Tho BOTTLE. BookuTO EXlsEOrANT MOlllEKb" The bitter feeling eKlsting between A Damsre tuU Fill. action of the Democratic primary, July nailed freo, containing valuable information stako entries" for the fall meeting o CdL Gaither, who has conimind of the 'Revton, Ky.. July 5. E'jht months and voluntary te'litnoniida. loth. the Louivillu Driving an I Fair'asso-c.atiostate troops, and who feels that Dinago County JulifO J. J. Drpriest orhave doed, and show a total THE BaADFiriD BEGULATOK CO.JkTLAHTA.CA AVe are authorized to announce S. P. BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ning will bo assassinated if oppo II. M. Heath locked up for the Deathuuge a candidate for Councilman dered Attorney Vanity offers, and several well known the court. Heath oi 417 entrieslargest 15 events. This subject to in jail for disturb-nis niuca tae from the University Precinct, number of entries local lawyers is of such a hen filed suit a;jaint the judjje 'or the actiou of the Democratic party. ever rvceived by a trotting tract in as to warrant seri us ap$1S,0)3 damages for false imprisonAmbiMh. Klll.il Kentuky. The amount to oe distribC1. Gaither's reputae are authorized to announce W ment. The case terminated in a vicprehension. 1. A special Lorisvu.i.K, Ky., July is Sl.H,00-- in stages and S13.00J in Tj. AhnolI) a candidate lor Counciltion for daring courage is well known tory for Dupr'est. It created quite a uted to the; Evening Post from Middlesboro, man in the Uniersity Precinct, (sub- rcnsatioa at the time on account of the puracs. Tne meeting begins October Ky., Kayi,: John Wilson, the wealthiest throughout the state, and as he is very ject to the action of the Democratic promincpee of the priuopiK, though lb and continues ten day. citiziMi in Clay county, Ky., was shot outspokeu in his denunciation of tho 1 he officers if the association anticiprimary, July 15. on tho Jury's vsrdlct was generally exand killed from ambush Tuesday persons who uro trying to bring pate the most successful m cling ever "We authorized to announce Cai. pected. morning. He hid once been tried for troablo it is probable that he himself given in Kentucky E i tries for tho Mawi'1 a candidate for Councilman thought will be made the object of tho wrath Mllo Tanier Stbbrt. purse will not close until Octo- murder and acquitted. It is Lelieved of Jodie Conn's friends. in City Hall Precinct, Subject to the friends of the murdered maji L vscastei, Ky., July 5, At Mc ber rt. evnti Democratic primary July 15. Wilson guilty and killed him. Crcary, five miles from here, Mike GIo'jo Uulllliii nul Lun Asociatlun He iturkj-AW are authorized to announce D. Turner, brother of S. D. Turner, who Fal'n. Olil-Woolnn .11111 .Solil. Washington-- , June 29. The followfor Council- is in jail f r killing Marion Sebastian, R. Tevis a candidate Kj-.-, Louisville, Ky., July I. The Globe July 1. The oldest to was ntabbd by Cuarlea Dcuny, color-id- . ing postmasters wero appointed Monman of Court House ward, subject day in Kentucky: College Hill, Madi- woolen mill west of the Allegheny Building and Loan association went to the action of thv primary election Ills wounds are not fataL, The son county, A. W. Willijrn, v ec 2C. S. mountains was knocked down at auc- tho wall Thursday nlternoon, finding July 15. troublo arose over a settlement for Norria, removed; Oakwood, F.eming tion Wednesday when the establishcarry on business unitself unab.i-t"We are authorized to announce J. svajps. ment of Loud fc ltros , on tho corner der the stale lav as construed by the county, W. U. Ilarvin, vice J. T. Jacklia"V. Fkeemax a candidate for CounMnnnfliln XKtll!rr n troy e t. son, resigned; Peak's Hill, Pranklia of Water street and Ayn-- alley, was appellatJ court, lhc assets and cilman in Court Hou-- ward, subject Ownrkscono, Ky.. Ju'y 5 Division countyTE- J. Pierce, vice W. M. sold by master enmm ssioner to A. M. bilities nrs estimated at Sl'JJ.OOO each. i, to the action of the primary election Deputy Revenue Collector Orfia resignei; Slick It ck, Uarren Spotswood for 0,000. The mill had 17. O Co': is presi lent. The managers July 15. of tlie other bu Uing nnd loan associae captured and destroyed a county, J. E. ltigirerstufF, vco C. IS. been in operation 70 years. tions isiueJ carJa Thursday calculatcl distillery near Leitchfiald, Ky., Co.-- , removed; bpring Lick, Grayson to announce Geo. Wo are authorized l'uur Hunks Secure Juilcmnt. claiming that tho Owi..hBoi:o, Ky., July 1. The First to restore confidence, Pickkls a candidate for Councilman ju Little CTi.t3' creek. About .TOO pjl county. It. M. Givens, vice J.C. Daniel, West Port, Oldham county, national bank, Terre Haute, Ind.; Ger- ruling of tho court did not affect theln. in Court House precinct, subject to ions ofbocr and S5 jjallons of whisky of n.rtr all that rould b 'o"!!!! e This makes the third corporation the primary election, July 15. H. It. S. Jennings, vice It. II Palin, man Security bank, Louisville; this character that has gone under removed. Hanking Co. and the Merchants' MlnUrri II .in- - Flrd. We are authorized to announce J. Paducvii. Ky., July 5 The for Counbank, Louisville, secured judgment duiing thj p ist tv.o days. HorB Tnlcr .Sliot. A. Mkiimion for HKNDEiaoN, Ky., June 29. A thief Wednesday in the circuit court here o' Kev. J. Hunry I'allauce, o cilman in the City Hall precinct, Child Klili-- br I.lclunlnc. lard Moucj, (Iravc;. county, was fired refusing to give his name stole .1 against the M. V. Monarch Co. for subject to the action of the DemoLi.iZAiiiiTiiTOW.v, Ky., July 2. Durby an aaJ partially de- blooded marc Friday night from Ma over iiO.000. cratic primary, July 15. ing an clettric storm hireahursday We are aulhorized to announce C. stroyed. A "nauIsoiDi residence on the rion Fcnuull, in 'Webster county, was a.tcrnoon .Mary, aged six jears, daughAnother lluiiaiu ..auclatlon l'nlln. inc lot woi barned by aa i.icon lary overtakon at Williams' Perry and LouisvilXE, Ky.Jnly 1. rollojving ter of - II. Sinclair, wus struck by T. "Wells a candidate for Councilto surrender, firing three shots fast on the heels of the failure of the lightning und instantly killed Tho man in the City Hall precinct, subject four years ajjo. at his pursuers, wounding one severe- Commercial Building Trust Wednes- bolt that killed her struck a wild cherto the Democratic primary. July 15. APPALLING LIST ly. As the thief urged the animal into day morning, which did a building ry tree, glanced Irom it and literally "We are authorized to announce t Of Victimi in Cl.f nnt;l riftotn the river the posse fired, and the culand loan business, the Columbia Build- rnished every bone in her body John R. Gijjson a candidate for Uriel miii1v1 elite! prit tumbled into the water with a ing, Loan and Savings association its way through the walls of th Councilman from the University ClClN'NVTI, July .". yjidav ile shattered thigh bone. ednesday afternoon went to the liou-i- beh nd her. Precinct, subject to the action of the beyond doubt how weil Uid S tl Democratic party. wall with assets aud liabilities of Attempted to I'mtt a IlnleI Itlll. Four Itnni-- d to Death. can spit an 1 bro'.l a uution huiidiy. Cati.kttsduikj, Ky.. Juue 29. Depu- S1G3.000 each. As in the casj of the Hkmii.i:so, Ky., July 2. Jonas was done to a turn, and served to ty United Status Marshal Prichard, of Commercial, the cause of tho failure is It with his suit the nation's banquetrj. FOR M CISTBATE. Grayson, swore out warrants Mon lay the recent decision of the court of ap- Wilder, an emigrant,wero burnedwife to and two little girls, The fires were turned on in the is atWilson and Henry Miller. peals iu which the interest rate for William "Wc are authorized to announce death in a cabin near llochcster, on nt o o'clocic with a temperature i.o-iu J. R. Hesry a candidate for Majris-tr- of 73 decrees, and the slow but fierce w confined pass jail here, charged tacked aud declared Illegal. The off- Gr en liver, Tuesday jnorning. 'J hoy a raised bill at ith trying to icers are Gen Basil W. Duke, presiof Kirksville Precinct, subject had topped in the canin for a few on June 9. The men will dent, and J. W. Jenkins, secretary. to tlie action of the Democratic party, bake kppt up with Increavin- rigor throughout the IS hours that ensued, 1 e taken to Grayson on July 13, to be 'Tlie Columbia Finance and Trust Co. days' rest. 1 hey were supposed to bo on the free turnpike ticket. from Benlou, Mo. reaching tho maximum at tri d be ore United States Commission- was made assignee. "We are authorized to announce X. U. according to the weather bureau's er Gregory. Gold I ii ocratlc Convention. - Mother and Daughter Sulcldp. Ti'Ki'ix a candidate for Matrisrrate reading, vthen mfrcuny stood upon h.s Lancasti ij. Ky., July 2. The naIlink Krpiirtad In II ul 5hj-.- , Mrs. in Richmond precinct, subject to the tiptoes at OS degrje. The gravity of Owk.ssdoiio, Ky., July 1. convenwill primary election, July 15. Frankfort, Ky., June 29. State Pauline Wcitmeicr and her daughter, tional democrats 10 call adelegates the situation is attested by the num Lester returned Monday Mis Pauline Wcitmeicr, committed tion to meet July to send ber of victims rcporte I, and especially In'tfctor from Covington, where ho morning su eide by taking carbolic acid'some to the Louisville state convention to by the number v xatalilics. whicn made an inspection of the office of time Tuesday night. Both were non inate a candidate lor c erk of tho R. m nob or 15 The follow ing aro the Clerk Wilson. Lester says no fees at dressed in handsome clothes when court of apjeals. B. I. dead: all were repor'cd in 1SJ, and that tho found by neighbors Wednesday mornCav Succeed 1ioc. Mrs. Delia Einner, 112 Ea,t accounts for lb93 wero not itemized, Time Table No. 20, Taking Effect Sun- uvenue; Charles hthaley, 1i!i andPlhat he will have to examine 13 ing. On a table by the bedside were Lkxinotox, Ky., July 2. Seventeen two glasses which had contained car curators of Kentucky unit ersity, just Delhi avenue; IJertha l)jcler. Front dee books before he will be day, May 2, 180G. able to bolic acid and a note saying they and liutler streets Jacob Yo k, 213 make a report. a quorum, met Thursday morning and 2d Ohss. to be buried just as found. They e.ected as successor to President Chas. J 1st Cla McMicbei avenue: Toay Scheulie, east boum No i JfO 3 No9 llrr-- u conducted a dyeing establishment and Louis Loos, Kev. R. Lin Cave, of NashWill. Elmwood Place: Iena llrenner, 112 Ex bun Ex SunjEx bun Lkxingtov, Ky., June. 29. Tha will were in comfortable circumstances. ville, Tena; McMicnen avenue; Ferdimnd A M. A. M. P M of the late Hyron McClelland, tho Mr.s. Weitmeier has a brother, Dr. eltrich, nimwooi Puce; Anna 37 10 20 6 55 Versailles A Cloudburst DanneeJ Crops. Ilenglcr, who is a prominent physician 11 00 10 12 7 26 Ohio Maternity hospital; Alary famous lioreman, was probated MonXicholasville EwiNf!, Ky., July 2. A cloudburst " 11 2.1 00 10 M 6 day afternoon. He leaves S3, 009 each in Patcrson, N. J. Valley View Oury, Kat Pearl street; Michael Win-te11 20 11 10 8 13 visited this section, late Wednesday afMillion 1038 Main street; John 11 48 oiler, ld)J to two brothers an I one sister, to Annthnr CU on thu Hllllla. 8 SO Bichmond. HM ternoon, doing great damage to crops Frances McClellind, his adopted niece, P M P. M. Race street; Fred Huehring, Western Fiu.Mj.fort, Ky., J.une SO. Barren and fencing. 12 SO 12 13 Union 310,000. Iris wi e is made executrix county has called on the governor for avenue and Popular street; Christina 1 05 12 16 Moberlev. His estate"will ajgro-- g m.litia to protect Tol Stone, the Negro 12 30 Wmf 2 00 Urassfield Fisse, 237(1 McMicken aven,ue: George without bond Stripped of Its Viublra. i 12 35 2 15 Panola itc something like S4UJ.000. Slayowski, S57 Smith street; t Mr charged with assaulting a girl school Sax Fraieco, July 2, Tho old 3 20 1 05 Imne there, istone is in jail at war vessel Omaha, which has been Louise Merkel, 20 Spring street. Kntnc7 SenntoriMl Kno. Eighteen other persons throughout Fkaxkfort, Ky June 29. A repre- Bowling Green, and his trial is set for contemned by the government, and is Xo."2T!fo 4 No. 8 No 10 west bodvd. Ex bun Ex Sun Ex fcun Ex Sun the city uere overcome by the heat, sentative of the late administration of Monday, It is understood that A'cting at present doing duty as a quarantine somo of whom will die. John Young Urown says tho Gov. Worthington will send a detachhulk, has beesi systematically looted A. M. P. M. P. M. A M 1 30 3 40 d ment of the guard now protecting of all the old machinery and metal fixlatter will not be a candidate to Irvine feeruiu Rlut Nt Mntl. 4 23 1 55 Panola Lindsiy, and that the race for Dinning at Franklin, but the order One of the thieves has been 4 40 2 00 Brassfield London, July 5 A dispatch to the the silverRe nomination will be fought will not be issued till th"e latter part of tures. caotured, and he has made a con.'es-sio"- n 5 10 2 11 Moberley Times" from bimla says thtt a mob out between 5 15 2 17 Union lllackburn the week. that the watchman of the old S 00 6 05 5 40 2 Xi Richmond. there tried to seize a mosque but tho and Tho James 11. steamer was his confederate. 4 00 5 3J 8 2) Grocer Ananlteci bran Unknown Man. Million. 'lice and troops opened fire aur. a seri 5 57 Vallev Ww of Iticlwnond. US man under arrest gave the name of J. Ul 4 40 Paducah, Ky., June 30? Fred. ns conflict ensued. Finally tln mob 6 58 4S XlcholaRTille CllliS-Klfl-i- l tn Heath. a S 35 grocLry man. is B Friclc. but has sines said that it is .. 5 30 7 55 Vt rsailles was repulsed with heavy loss and took Wednesday lying'at his homo in a serious condiCi.at Cur. Ky., July-l- . in alias. to flight." The principil ring leader i P M. P. M. A. M A. M I olTeo tV.r Still on. morning about 5 o'clock, as Mrs. Wm. tion, as a result of being assaulted by was wounded and captured. Ile will All trains connect with LouisTille Southe Patrick, of Old Clay City, was getting an unknown person while Walking lhc fight beNew Yohk, July bo tried along with his chief followers. tnins to and from Louisville. O magnates and breakfast for her husband, a little son about on his own premises. Robbery tween tho sugar tru-A.T P trai All trains connect with C If to and from Cincinnati pulled a kettle of hot water off tho is suspected. Jack Johnson, who was the Arbuckle Brother,, so :ar as the Pttttbnrrb' Untlot Dy. J. W ROCK. Train Dispatcher. PnreEur.Gii, Pa., July 5. Sunday stove onto him:i'lf. The child was killed recently at Mayfleld by J.. M reduction of tho price of coffoe Is conw u. auams, supenntonflent nas Pittsburgh's hottest day but bcaldcd so badly that it died iu an Kirkland for abducting thelattcr's cerned, is not yet over. The brand owing to exceedingly low humidity no hour. daughter, was indicted in the whicn is controlled by the Woolson fatalities nor serious prostrations reGraves. circuit court Tuesday for gamSpice Co., now in the hands of the'' Mnrilereil From Amliuih. A sulted. The government thermometer Ky., July 1. John ing. MiDDLKsiiouo, Havtmeycrs, was reduced Wednesday AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE registered US.4 as the maximum which Wilsoo, the wealthiest citizen in Clay tkllina Mem XLrrrou JHti A "VrrtUct of S3 OOO for a JAtr. from 10j cents a pound to 10 cents a wasreacheAot 5 p.m. Ordinary every county, Kentucky, was shot and killed poundj-thby Abmse or other Exceaea and lndit OwKSSUono, Ky., June 33. The jury lowest price on record for creUons, They quickly an ft aurtly day thermometers on the streets show, from ambush. Ile had once been tried in tho case of Thomas J. While's ad- roasted coffee of thU quality. Tho uxx, mum in oia or roans ana rauore fit a man for ladr bunine or marn> ed the mercury ranging between 10J for murder and acquitted. n It is ministratrix against Alta Cox, receiver Arbuckles are yet to ba heard from. rirvnt Insanity and Consumption if and 110 almost the entire day. kantnuma. Tlifcirope ktiowa imtcediate imDrcTfrthought friends of the murdered man of tho fLouisville, St, Louis ,fc Texas meat and eflecta a CTCltE hre a!Pbthr fail Finf JIall h.rvico to Mexico. IV. U Will. Ttcy npon hiring the sesntna Ajax Tablets believed Wilson guilty and killed him. Kiilway Co., returned a verdict for St. Loiss, July 2. A fast mail hai carvd tliousanda aiul will care you. We sure Ashland, Ky., June 29 The will of plaintiff in the sum of Sj,000. White written enarante to eaect a cor RO PTQ to Mexico has beep arranged and each cm or refund the money Price w w I w per the late W. L. Oeiger has been estab- St CakrolliiiX, Ky., July 1. Pierce G. was constructing a pilo driver on (foil treaimentl for b&ckai?e. or six rkn Br will probably be an accomplislied fuct lished by Judgj Hailey, of the Boyd Jfwinslow, member of a prominent fam- - Blackford creek, this county, two mau. in plain wrapnrr tipon rrceint of rice Circular Louis ina AJAX REMEDY CO., n. county court. Mr. Geier'-- fortune lij-- , nas ueeii mysteriously missing, years ago, when it fell and killed him. by July . It will go from St. Mounover the Missouri Pacific. Iron wns estimated at about 8110,091, of buggy at Worth-illWood fort Conntjr lluys Turnpike. Forsale In Richmond Ky., by Hajari tain trains that now reach G ilvoston which 5100,000 was left to tho Amer- llelcft his horse andwould return next fdb3-lHcmdcMi. "VhitSAij.i.ns,. Ky., Juno 30. Woodsaying that he at 3:10 p. m., as ill, under tho new ican 1 ract society and the balance to day from Louisville. The theory of ford county court Tuesday completed schedule, make that city at 1 p. m. the family, who contents J the mill. foul play isjeuerally accepted. the purchase of all turnpike roads in ban Antonio will bo reached at 3 p. froinlurnt Karinrr Klllt. at a Artinc Gov. Vlirthlii!o Well Acin. this county, nearly 200 miles, gates cost m.; tho present schedule U 7:K p. m. EUSSF.U.VH.I.E, Ky., Jnn- - 29. J. C will Ky.. July 1. Acting of about S40.OJ0. All toll nANKFORT, Lyon, a prom.ueat frrmer vho lived I?C tropical forests so large a proporseized with be removed July I, and the vexed Gov. Worthington was at Keel, Ky.. was throw from a loed crwilera morbus Tuesday night and for turnpike problem in this county, tion of the plants are of a sensitive of hay Mon lay anl instantly killed. several hours his life was despaired of. which provoked raids last winter, Is variety that sometimes the path of a lie leaves a widow and fatnilv traveler may be traced by the withHe was much improved Wednesday now settled. Handsomest '97 ered foliage morning .and will soon recover from Fir lit at a Church IVmlvtl. McKixnky, Ky., June 30 la a difhis sudden illness. You someJIU4tnr! totl Operator rniwHd. BICYCLE Manufactured. ficulty at Pine Liqe.church, where a times hear ji.en Vr. Lin is, July 3 operators Ui Unarthunsr. To Krp!telling with Lexington, Ky., July 1. The Fay- Negro festivaL was being held, Jim are urtmsed over the innouiiceinent foolish conceit Woodson shot Frank McKinneyln tho that the United Mine Wurkershave of how hard ette county fiscal court has nbout deordered a strike for July 4. and the they overwork cided to replace tin courthouse, which knee, the baH Jodging In tho joint. and that they was so badly damaged by fire recently, McKlnney in turn deposited the conpresidents nnd manager o several of neglect their tents of a shotgun, in Woodson's body. thabig companies having headquarters health in the with an entirely new building, at a hero have gone ti their minu iu IlliSuits tn Collect Unaiaseil Tix-n- ,. pursuit of mon- tost of about toT,000. ey. There arc Lkxixjton, Ky., June SO. Suits to nois and Missouri to loo1 into the situA Cut ui!Ct'ft. thousands o f ation. Tho concensus of Lexikotov, Ky., July 1. Tlie livery collect unassessed stato taxe3 for about1 nmong tho operator is that theopinion men who admit 500,000 worth of property in Lexing-strike these thines men of Lexington met Wedties lay afton and Fayette county have been tiled will be a long one, and that as a it with a sort of ternoon and reduced the rate of funerj the prjco of nride, and slap hire from 4 to SiW). This by Auditor's Agent Crosthwait. Tho though not ntonee. coal will advance, 3?rice, themselves On the chest and laugh at the al carriage defendants to tho suits aro wealthy was occasioned by a cut iu the rates regret their reckidea they will some-daCorrugated Tubing, 1 horsemen, farmers and business men, in. Tho IIcJshitTi V'.iniiir Monument. lessness and neglect. They laugh at Death, by 11. 11. Wilson. Salt Lakk, Utah, July 3 The corhile, a vtry short while, the but in a short YVrrut for Hank OMclnM. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Fall ! tho ntrert. nerstone of the, proposed monument laurh is on the other side. Death waits Fi.KMijrosucr.o. Ky., Juno 30. WarOwEN'snoito, Ky., July 3.7rAugust Write for a. Catalogue. while they laris?h. He who lauphs last, rants have teen issued for tho arrest in honor of Brignam Youugind the German farlaughs best, and in due time Death dances JFcischan, a pioneers, to be erected at the interEvery Wheel Warranted. on the prostrate body of the laugher. There mer, fell prostrated on tho streets of President David Wilson and Cashier section of .Main and South Temple are many funny things in this world but Wednesday, being' overcome by the Watson Andrews, of the defunct ExDeal Direct With Us. death is not one of them. Neitner is change bank. Andrews has been ar- ftrcets, s,vas lai.l with appropriate for it is oncof Death's weapons and heat, and Is in a critical condition. rested and released on bond. Manufactured by The ceremonfeSv Tno oration ivas ly, Fy IX This is tho second victim in the last bank closed February 03, J800 the most effective. UicharJs. jvith rernarks hy Guv Wells out of man KALBACH & SON, mVhfn a a poor appetite, feels doesat week. H. aud M.ayor (ilendennlng 1'iusidoa.t Srts, and has and T aebera Jtert. LEBANON, PA. Woodruff deposttel tha lalen bos, 31rrlf) I ort-- a Float. sltep well, and goes to work. in the morning JlowUSQ GltEEN, Ky.,Jua3 3). Tho with, take and heavy headedxlie should t a copy of Ulceration and ilh r DeumiosXX, July 1. Godfrerl annual session of the State Teachers' Dr. Pierce'-- t Golden Medical Discovery. It and Miss' Mary Urown, of tsociatloa tnetTiere Tuesdayand will souvenirs, an I iTm jitone. ,wa5. laid by r and is thebestheaah-brinee- r Ottovdle, will be married hero Satur- remain in session three dayi, .and the lion Brigham Yonng, LRiown, It corrects all disorders of the invigorates the liver, restores the day on a Iloat in the Fourth of July Wlfo Slnr.lDrerGet T.lf, Sent-nrin charge has made exten-,ivappetite and keeps :t hearty and keen. It cclebratioi industrial parade. Ro,NOKVK!tTJc, Y. Va., July 3: UTTj. arrangements for the untertiin-ment- of drives impurities from the blood and minister and wadding ring will Siitle, cTiarged with the murder "ol Ills the educators builds the IxMy .from It j wife, tho iry Friday, after one hour'a healthy flesh, firm muscles, steady nerves be, furnished and tne couple presented Tliri'y'ar for MiinlTi and active brain cells. It brings restful with a handsome bsdroouiTsuit, Ky., June 30. 'The" case deliberation, returned a verdict-o- f murFit anklet, sleep Rndrcstores ambition. It cures nervof Uailey E lisonf who killed Loveil der ia the first degree, and, fixed JiU ous irritation; nervous exhaustion and nervYle Or ul ui ten. punishment at cunfiuelneut,iulKe. pen- 1)3 per cenL of all ous prostration. It cures HE MTS THE.. 700 Yhitesides hero sorm. time"""ugo, wa New Yohk, July cases- of consumption. , It is the discovery young men received diplomas from Yalo completed Tueslay aiternoon','aad the itcnuary for life-- , of an eminent and skillful specialist, Dr. J tValmitTtej. years in taepenl-tcntlarjnry gavehim three l:ntlo R. V. Pierce, now and for thirty years past, Wednesday, divided as follows: JV Mcfown, O, July gigantic 80; 2U0f aclentific, 210; chief consulticr physician to the Invalids - jl Hotel and Surgical institute, Buffalo, N. Y. walnut tree has Just beon.f'felleTl"ia 80; medical, 3D. This is tho larSHiton r Auieuk j PIT FOR THE. Iiys8KU.YiLr.K, Ky., June J7 JIrs. Pleasant township, Hancock 'countv gest class that ever graduated "from 31. L. Oppenheimer.vTniUIner, aiiade tu ItVltjhgth ivas mfeet, . 90' ferto tho the university. IncheV-dujdi- good ter ofa .matter assignment Tuesuay a'fternooK ttiKE. first ljribtand 3 ifeet-- U II mr; .4U(?Jt SO. Sentrncml health, and good health is largely S30(fc lialiili- . . Pear Pticlc, attorney. rjissets, Jackson. Tenn.. July'lj-Goof healthy activity of the bowels. Doctor Is t A"Ha.li,v l. llite..ir cIrrjiT' , , Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation, aons;Scolored, who murdered. San ties. SI.GOftr - it vM i a ema toiam ak lvJ&T'aAiisJtire.K tuii nnn J JTuiwi.UJiutln a Kicilnt Olinlr. ; taken do sotave to be taken always." One .ty.-lallCxt:lv!y7Bne-- ; MriC Jofei b year,.wa-6aB6e- d Wednes Tar"? MO. S; SEGOIID STREET. He laxative, and "Prfiri" . . gj ' am a iitiiiari,KH 41 Wr. t,ioirwe?iraer; oi vwr4. BWaf two a mma cathartic. U4J WJTtfHUJG VUIIJIU,tri ni JklVla.H iW!? 0tzeL Uvtasriwvlles crimloiatft,Wr:Wr;AMru'6t-W'SrmlfdAJtKkJrildkiu iS&uc PfcooeJfo. 3.. RiCfflOpjYj They sever gripe. MU jT15&. Zl I! sZZ. atwwiy hwiuwi.' JCt. il - 't J r. ? i Innp-ctla- Nrwi From A'X Commonwealth Iart Frxikin fr TrMl. I.ouisvitt."K, Ky., Jrno tl). Georgo Dinning, u'Xegro murderer, was es- 5turlrr. lo Ttlc-- From I.alw-vlil- e J DANGER to which THE bTgTaNDY. n ii f iho Kiv r 117 the rr- Stale Arnif FOUR COMPANIES Of Stt O Jird a i Atitivo IJnty flu cllnc twn Ntro . Xouisv.M.- - Ky., July 3.' Four companies of tho Ivcatucrfy btate Guartl, compr.sng about SOU men, are. now under arms mid on active duty pro- I.t-- Clav Liry, Ky., July 3. ,1. MHtnith was arrcStriP.liere Friday afsj:uion charged withi puviiu two ftfrge3 cheeks, d F3rci - Chrcka. II i L-g- an -- forward purgortiflg to ,.b5,igaU y Andrew llamjilpn, o.' IrTdiau Fields The ahecksoru pas.M-- nn Dunlol lioya, ui jiiiruitun rin-h- . iuri wua received froip Huinp'ton that hif had ihsiied no such i'Iiccw. .Sinith.1 was nt..... .. UnMnn uaii. t...l..ntl in lunuil n .liaiixuu Ml iwiivi, I.. .lit Ortlered OwiNCSviM.K. 'l.--tliii- HiDK PETER FLBCK'SKI grfet German Remedy, - lurAniur JelBBmaa ! 'Mlf-HB- ss533S3sa3lss5KesSe8REve: 3?i:?ft MiigS J S W lfiMB0k S " All tne iBm) , . -- m g- ICy., ter-no- oa irm m 1- -J 'Mother's Friend" , cal court wet here to Iumc tompltiiits o concerning the conditioner the from Oljmp'a to the Mimiicc the ronntj- - line. I'.irties'livlng'almig road testified that, its voiulitiuii for traver'wus so ba I that they 1mh:1I not it, and the tpijrt piy toil for ordcre-- the collection lf toll on it to J.urn-plktra-liiig July jt. 8tniil, 3 Tlie fis n x . " m. -- ;i; -- ii'wH wr7 WK Q -- Wofle Loves wrim-rao-a . " v A I m V TkJJJ W'T AVfrr For the ad y!r W Our 'Ninety-Seve- n Complete Line of l Immediate Belief ceases Itelatlv-- a FliA.-vhKOii- - a iCIUlak.n IIiihh Ky., riv-cr- s, lc I Jo-n- e Dehouey hur ordered the bo ly u, jklrs. Boston, a-- i aged ladv who die I lust Jsalurday. to be ovhiiuied. Mrs Bosun.l relatives intiton died .suil'U-niy-, July 3. fornner SI5Ew4MTOmw 1 l NEURflUGifl. Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing Fok Sale dt Positiro Cure oi s W l"rl-nc- bu-en- V -- & n -- j -- char-Bc-- er HANNIBAL, rVtO. Kreo. nt t..r lrer Jlono v.nskiki t, Ky.. July 3. The raay25-6r-a Bint or criminal lrl brought hy Ilr. Adams, a the.i'.rie-i- l in inavfor, against j Mtu-ai. Ilrur, pibliiher of t ie Leadur, READY TO. sv s dismiss i lor w mtof prosee ittiiui llr. Ad.:i:ii lai-eto put in nn uppuar-'anc- e to i the eae, lTerl auldiorA Mreel in Our fnrtnry on n FnsMCi.iN, Ky., July a. alll Wil "is now riiuuiiig, nnd we are wore urrc-steand Will at preparel lo till orilerh for t ist of the IkSO Friday night for offering whisky to Soldiers on guard. They were, taken before Col. Gaithrr, given a eere "Pride o! Rickoni," and dismissed n I'mImoii In a nell. an Pain rsvil.i.v, Ky., July 3. It la 6UU U. HI i . thoiighlotiiu oi.e Uiretv io .s in in thu well at the Until Fork lliptist chin e.li I "Wr o! who drank S'Jiiil.iv as veve al V'A the tinier are very ilL '1 he author-ilie- s We rnn w e yor llramls, will iiivrstig.itiv uoiiev ."ell I us a Itiil uiiler; oU wil C'orliio I i or be gl.nl niih our iinalm is. Coicm-c- , Ky., July :i. --T. M. Whitd .t pleHMil to hear Ii dim miintry mer Co, luriiitorc 1'riiliiy h.llUh. ivfteriioou to Ii. W. Collier Ross, White nlxiiit equal to the li.ihilitiev The" l.'li iimonii, Kv. ii heaviest t reililorare in liiisil!e .mil 1 mate that her death resulted irom pofhou by an overdose of :ir.sen4c by a physician, ihrcuh mistake. 25o. per box. Devccists. au. R. H. HUNSTOGK CHEMICAL CO., i W W jiil JjiL nmirr.n m '" w-- .; .. I . m are the " Supreme Result A xf X- - .i pu-.l- SUPPLY THE TRADE Itieli-111011- zxpenence () iaa ": Retail Salesrooms: i j j Dearborn ' v C lo-- j tin-so- Ilaj-dc- d MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. CHICAGO IfSWYORS i - ro-bu- I u u .j 1 m 5t. 87-- 89 Chicago Ashland Ave. t immi m n jer-oii- s fob" lwwnTTi aprl4-l- y run " is best for the Dealer to handle. 111. . I Ihri-gni'lp- rlspi--Tall- v HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently GIYES THE CONSUMER SATISFAGTiOh -., 0 r.tmtrs. Ciiiclmiaii. A lfull Line of BUGGIES, SURREYS, ROAD "WAGONS, l.lti-m- n ll-il- lr I Kt o s I'aiiiiuaii, Ky , duly .1 -- lliy Miss, a young line repiirer for the I'nilncnli Co., was seriously injiirrd by being caught among some live wires, lie was rescued while suspended 111 mid air. Ijlt-clri- c jnrMl. UH. PUFFER'S tt KOY&L T6HSY FILL? OVJZnV. MCVKH FAIL . SEffT)lR( ? A new. iciiAbio aim rvi pnl pretla eiceitlTo, cji.'?ty or irmr lucnt tunitlon. im uretl by rvT ftU, JO iJ 1I . 2nTirwatesUHreofvanSa fin UalluttiMtA. vr.itM of decr-n- 3 lpcr. In isr Nx, smmll tox TL. 4St:J ti ftUm wrppcr. ?cik1 !! hf ne rrnmirt ror prtrtJ?tib.. XTTN LMS09y VxfKTyXARf Vs CRAWFORDSVILLE, IH 111. Scnd Catalogue and Pncc l W orh DOVETAIL COMPANYP IND. Mi e - Hah-tlci- Dj-hav- moon-ihlS- rc-ign- As old man in Montana recently S)M hy nicliu.uini Dniir Co. and came ino the possession of ,n estate valued at S4.000,0r, and thu firM, use G. AVhiie- he made of his money was to hunt him-saup a young wife. lf DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS mrim 1 i: - -- : THE WHITE. Sale V o Louih-vill- W"W. THE MARKETS. lamily, wlnicr patent. tirnSIOI. SOMETHING OUGHT TO USE. rcs-Jen- ce Frjrja -- Spria? inc.-ndiar- y rc-fus- rd 1- H-- ana-tor- e l'r.trt.. 1 non-strat- A t n:y. tl7iH)5; ( milr. tuei45 eitra. JiT"41trj. low grIo, tiv3iiii. rc. nortawcittra. i3isi.U da cltr. Jiaftili Vfiitxi bulcs: No. 2 red. tract. 79. Coks HiiO: Mixed ear, ir.icn. ZrC Oat-- i bulst: Nu mtxoJ. tr.ck. :0yio- - i'o. 3 while, truck, ile. Hoos ix)le khlppTra. selicl but-aeJB.UtaiJ. air to guod picker, : (air to pood Ufbt, tit:Z.l cumrnoa und roiubs. 8.lOrt-Xit'-- lr IhjihmI saiprers". SI'0J..iX); Cattlv exports. M Colli 1 to cuolce butcher,', i.VQ21. fair to medium butchers'. 3.2!Q a commod SiSSJua r'. XlO-3.t'5 JllutJ imjisnati. Jnlyl U0tl31i. upriui nprini: piicnt tLU) L). Every Merchant I fur-nac- os at v - ft. N. & B. bllEtr Uxtrus, 3.2ni3 40; pood to cbolre, I2b6u3.15 common 10 fair. ilOi'Hi Tt LaiiUj Extras, tali tiSJ. ciXhI to choice, t4T3&IO. to f ilr, 3.7j itC. to ojJ liht. tblil VSslCalVisi 5 7S extra, J HO. coratnon and largo. (ZH Q5 01 Wooti Uiwi'heJ lino mertno. Klllc eljluin. Uilllc. mediuia, lb qairier-jlo- ji delaine ant cloiotn M4U0. br-l.'ili:; medium com Hot. II Jlc Withol. Uno rre lno. X to A..T.. lo. mtfdluai c.oihla. Lil4:; delaacc tliece. tdl3c; lonrcoublu. IStlT.it aad low, I3lmc. iluaner-bloo- J commen Loarsj. lijlio; cbolse. 19c U. tub-rrash-el. "HAMILTON" AUTOGRAPHIC .PKKVKST "forRrttlnc; to cliarce,-FKKVKllfipntr over account. PKKVENT tuNtakt-- of all recti rd cuah sales, SAVE MAKB tlirvo bllU at onajirrttlnK-Useoy Retailers Everywhere. book-keepin- g. d NT "ili?Wrri5SABSr ' Vv Ss -- VV SV fi'-vA-- pi ' Write (or circular. Hafiiitoa Autographic Register HAMH.TON, may26-C- Go. lie-Mlck- ccmber, 7.',.-Consr (5 Nrw Yohk. July L WnrjiTJuly, 74Kc Suplenibir, 70i Dm . September. Jmr. 23Vo bid; Augast. Scpte-rber.Siy- SDKe aik-- U. iOe bl ayavi m OUIO. pAQEiSoNbirNa mcb31 - Cra 1 de-bir- ats July. rlJia bid. Mct,-l-lln- r B a, "Wlievr July, CSKk September. Oiiij-tAUDccouiber, new Gi;Cd'ie: old 65fi COR.S"Jcly. aipleuibcr. ZiXc: De ccnibcr. :74 Mjr. 23Sc. r. 17j8aif'iic: September. 17C Chicago. July J'. J.H.MEFFaCO. Main OATh--Jui- May.iOS-tiO.'fc- . Stpt. r, Cattli $lt,;4n. Jlt-OHJ- ex-Go- v. suc-ee- nd cows. heltars. itOKtlu oxen. J2.003360. fresh cows and springers, H feld Hoes Prime pig and Jl?bt Yorker. S.70 bet medium and cooJ Torfcer-- . .10Ji 3B heiry. 13503135. rou.'tn. '3 10. SnxsP Choice itbaep. t TVp 3 SV f(K)l.Vi t rr. Jl)5.-- 4; commoa. tH20K J0rlrnir, $!.7Jt W uprlnr kimbt, ti,Ki,Llii Jidl-iaSJ- ; PlTrsnuKOU July 4. Prlmo cattle, &i0). good, till 7 butCberV, 3L3t3t; la!i, 14Jjt7i. bull. I commoi. ti (Oppobite Glytulon.) st-K- Country Produce Bought and Kulii Highest (Jahli ilarkei Price I'.iiil 80 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. Mdid &i?A 1 ii e-S- ciivrs. 4 7V(;6.- or Mc-Crca-ry fffVWfwrfffffiWfffffY S IL1 1 1"lka emI $BVBR j i van eB$; .. & l- - N Gal-ma- n, well-know- n i t COPYRICHTS Ac. Anyone sending; a tketrh and description may aalekly ascertain, free, whether an InTention is probably patetitible. Communications strictly confidential. Oldest acency for secunntc patents In America. We havo a WasMncton orBca. Patents taken through Munn 4 Co. recelra special notice luthe llaTRADE MARKS, OZSICNS, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, MADE ME MAM beautifully llln.itmted. Inrtrot circulation of any scientlflc Journal, weekly, terms MOJO a year; fuiOBixr months. Specimen copies and llJLKO ilooK on i'ATrjTra sent free. Addrees MUNN & CO., 2j j d g$jJ && 301 llroadwni. Nctt York. 25-2- Jr 7 e a apo-itn- e S3r-v'- ce L5TL . da W C Subscribe Now! i THE. &$ Get one of our statements of your in- debtuess to this firm? "We are siue vou have overlooked it, and take this method of urging a prompt settlement of your account. In order to keep up our unap- prcrachuDle stock of dry goods and ladies' furnish ;ngs, it is imperative that the old accounts he settled. You see how that is. Ail w.rk and no play makes Vecdcr and Joh.i dull boys. SI) "Granny" Metcalfe. K e, y H of tbo J m 8T jert M, &niS tftf msr4 ttm 4 ouicb ani laoc nowdiet that h&tc bn 14 dariiir 4 my life: antfr th bencfliof tbeiaffeHocI will -- r I thkt 1 fcaienerer ttM any re nMj tqu&I to Dt.Btui T t Pi r HoT. Xtctm(hcrulci and We I Ji( in CrfH cmighi. lNp It !a t vIt ai ur hoa all thf tim. aad wold not b vttlioat It. U, JL MftrciLn, TTO Soath ith bu. PUctaii, S. 4 weekly- - msm DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. m Tj g . CoMfc 111 at. DISPATCH JL STRAIGHT The Lebanon 1 - 'For the Free Coinage of Silver. Pine-T- ar For the Chicago Platform. For the Democratic Nominees. Forthelnlercstof the Masses. All the Latest Telegraphic News. 3 Is sold by all drngststs or sent npon receipt t All the Latest State News. and II per bottle by J of price 2Sc, All tlie Latest Market Reports Padnak, Ky. t J The E. E. SotkwU.4 Bnlklae Ck, inmimmiiiiummimii Correct 'Market Reports. Correct" Court Reports. Reliable News Reports. Notice to Debtor?. Honest Editorial Policy. Honey fiOc. 7-- m PZ S White -- ee m -- GihsoiiM rj C 2f $75.00. tVZOJiS re-su- t y ft 1- -4 Having been appointed Trv.sice of ihe d Drug Company, notice is hereby Riven that all accounts due- said firm must be settled immediately witu the undersigned. W. F.POWEBS, je2S-4iTrustee. Kich-raonir T&e Weekly I Climax one year lor Lozl.rllle Dispatch anil The .. "X? $1.75 Regular Price Weekly Dispatch , ,! well-know- n ($1.00) and Climax ($L25)y Has Recently been Converted Into a Modern Palace $2.25. Quality. Halls ancLEistrance ara Marble and Tiling of the Who esn think or some stmplo tUlng to patent? TO CURB A COLD JN ONE DAY. Fit ill-hea- WantetHln Idea and list hard-workin- g mond.Jiy rnch3-6m- t of. two hundred luronUrfLa vraaMd. !trSl 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn tlie Floors - - - OF l'AULMIS AM) UrTKi: II l.li. S, -- tired-ou- TVan-amach- cr health-keepe- "" mwim FREIGHT. DRINKS, k- A. New Cheap (Cash .Grocery -- Offices 2nd DlningRoom Bssutifully Decorated and Ifantly Lighted. 7 -- Bril- - -- o e. e, diseas- e-germs Opened next "door to .RlchmoncF NationabJBank. AIND F?RUIT HOUSEi 1L ItsjEfiuipmqnts tliryughoiU arc Titboat a Superior In the South, rate & . Pharims Cimsidored -- 'rni 1 i i . - quotca.lewof our prices: i jt jf Below, ivii", - ' ?- - i . Aca--deml- y. y, a-- ' ...TOO -- DF.PiF!?cn,SiSeivtrmls: .l . - v i , -- i ?- -? Jur3Lii6r; rz.': t - st . - T PELLETS. ih . -- v r",."J,;, ' : &x,iK. ynhrti4r1fMVVl4j - t.'ii rTnOTrLittt.4r4 rnanfinn . xpjk awiaa:g&oMiTmeearc, vtj - n.,- JtArs-TVPeetOranuJated Sngar 39 llS. (or, " Arbud.Ve'srCoHeU2M. for.3rX..!l.:,.ir BtBcsn(l Canned Com"Kc,2for4 -feiF.w.-zjki- i. .L Bestjirartti banned Toma toe 3 cans Z.. litrRfc iaApte sjeniaGnXf .?i.v.yt iot3. 1 Btar W Jiowi&X &, . TImcT rVkSlTIU tim '.l nlba?. , tor.i,'J',-dj..cd . . . . 23 15 35 5 r-- FT, l ". Mb.Q"V" J -iV . ior..ir ,w...4 .. p . . .Xl.. tr'. .' . RHTES,.$2 J 4 . trve ' - ! x.xponucu minisitccent jp enfe 7 , 7 ' jLmprovumiii.. OOO- - &t . Ifl ,15 . - $2.50 PER DRY. W Scott lffihr, L lbiu. m s -- . -- . -- v-V- w- -- . a, cs&J .riL-- i. V 9 ---Jf- e m, M - ' . v .vT r? fceCMd -- VI m -i m M mm 1 - !! I - IlL. Ill .- - 3 -- . L t1 -- m9 4 -i U -- - SP S .ifi iff-- rfnWiA Prr.Tn --"iTiiMMl