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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897071401_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- infeiSi v YOLTJME XL THE NEW REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS. THESE DIED RICHMOND, MADISON IN COUNTY, LICKED KENTUCKY, AT WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1897. I NUMBER I 6. WARNING, o lo caution all users of Simmons Liwr Kegul.ttor on a subject of the deepest nntTwjt ami imorLance to their health tfrhaM their lives. The sole proprietors -- and mikers of Simmons Liver Regulator .1 irn tint customers are often deceived by 'buying a.ul taking some medicine of a pimi'ar appearance, or taste, believing it to l Simmons "Liver Regulator. We warn you that unless the word Regulator is on 1 Iim package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever hus made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, but J H Zeilin& Co., and no medicine made by anyone elso is the same.",, We alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not help you as you are led to expect they will. Be.irthi8 fact well in mind, ifyon have been in the habit of using 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 been favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and eee lhat Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily dielinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. "We wish CAMP DOUGLAS. n LANCASTER. Editor Walton Visits The Tennessee Industrial School And Takes Notes. W. P. Walton, Interior Journal. While iu abliville last week v went by instructions from the Hoard of Trus- j. it. ZKixn & co. Simmon Liccr llegulalor. CARDS. Take PROFESSIONAL. 31ISS Mil. UP.D (ItlMI.'N'. xtexographer and tees of the Kentucky Houses of Reform to the Tennessee Industrial School, to examine into the detail of its inanafc-nieand the construction of the buildings. Stating our mission, we were very cordially received by Sujtt. W. C. Kihington, who, to use a hackneyed cxprohion, is apparently the right man iu the right place. He has been in d charge of such institutions for years and being a loer of children ami a humanitarian in its strictest sense, ho is enabled to do a grand work in the rescue of immoital souls from degradation and destruction. The institution is located several miles out of the city on a farm of 73 acrep, whose natural beauty has leen greatly enhanced by Mr. who began life as a lantlbcape artibt and who has used his talent iu that line to good effect. In the construction of the buildings there has been no effort at display. They- - are liand-jonie- , however, but convenience and adaptability were considered more than outside display. The administration building is an imposing brick btructure, every rcMiin of which is used to the best advantage. The boys eat and sleep near it and iu another buildiugsexcral hundred vanls distant the girls find place for nt 30-odKil-vingt- ment, C. y. A., which was captured on Ohio raid, in Aug. 'G3, ami were prison ere iu Camp Douglas until Fob. '(i5. Judge Cosby, who lost two brothers at (.ireen ltier bridge when Col. Chenault was Killed, preserved a list by companies of comrades who died in Camp Douglas, some of jthtim were from Clark county. The last appears below, copied from Ihe Register of July 2. with some corrections by Mr. Dentherage: CO. Pining the great Confederate at the Nashville Centennial last month, Mr. N. I). Dcatherage. among many old comrades met county Judge James W. 15. Cosby, of Monroe county, Mo. a nativcof this place. They were uicmbeis of Cant. Joe Chcnaull's Regi- A., CA1T. MUI.LKNS. Richmond Simpson, Dysentery, Jan. 14, VM. small-pox Janes Freeman, 25 Febru- ary '01. G May, 'C4. John Cooper, small-po- x John Par jdnre. dysentery. 20 Aug. '64. James H. Mullens, heart disease, 18 Sept. '01. 'G4. small-po- Thomas Calicutt, 23 Nov. 17 James Oliver, chronic diarrhea, 0I. Jtsmj Hampton, CO. II., small-po- Nov. 1!) Pee. '04. CAIT. JOE CIIEKAUI.T, CAPT. AI.EX Tlillllll.E, A C. .Tames "Wilson, old sores, 18 February '61. Anderson Terrill, 'Gl. II '01. small-po- x 10 Mch 20 Mch. J. sleeping departments and dining rooms. As there am now 700 children John Rice, small-po12 Apr. 'GI. Sam Rerry, dropsy, IS Aug 'Gl. Ull'IIMONI), KENTUCKY. in the institution, it will bo seen that a K od ileal of room in lequired. John Azbill, consumption, 23 Nov Z&(tfficr atljoining A .11 Human?. The children have to study 4 hours a '04. tlav and work the same length of lime. John Hill "Old 19 X.'l S2JSYS. Twenty-seveoccupations are taught Feby. '04. to from blacksmithiug 'CO. C, CAIT. IttUTXKtl. I W. MILLER. . telegraphy, stenography ami typewritJohn W. Fhaii, congestive chill 8 Janing. There is also a printing olfice ami ATTOS.N W, uary '01. a neat little paper is gotten out by and Kentucky. JticiiMo;,, O. R.Tieacy, chronic tliarrhca 17 Feb v. fur the benefit of the children "Jt'jyp," Oilier in the liurnam Building, next door to '04. said Mr. Kilvington, "thi gentleman has fcbS-lFarmer's National Dank. John Dougherty, pneumonia, 2 Oct. see come all the way from Kentucky-t"J I. p. BUB.VAM. you give him a serenade?" c 8. MOBKKLKV. you, can't Robt. Knox, chronic diarrhea, 21 Oct. U. In a twinkling, 2" or 'M Ikivs with brass g'JRMAM MOBERLEY. V.I, instruments formed a hand ami gave J. N. AMiich, typhoid fovcr. 21 Oct. Attoueyr-at-Law- . Dixie" and several other itopularnud 61. inspiring airs with the excellence almost niCnMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. CO. 1)., CAIT. D.CKEXS. rtrvxer in Ilurnam Building, recently occu- of experts. The girls, several hundred of pied by A. K. Ilurnam. Joseph Clo'vers, diarrhea. 7 Oct. 'G:' were in school when we looked in them, Robert Shearer, brain fever. 25 Dec. on them and in response to the siiiiciin- STJT,TljX'V-3Sr, . -teiident's request 6.injr "'TiMinewee" foi 'o:;. 20 Feby. '04. John Allen, small-pous very enthusiastically. The children, Attorney-at-Laand grown ones, too, love Mr. Kilvingco. k. cait. Koirr. terkii.l. ton as a father and he treats them as if - - KENTUCKY. IJICIIMOXD, William House, measles, 20 '03. IC.Anderson, smallpox, typewriter. P.ip"-siuallT- pox, n -- EY- A v C 0 x, 1 Ofli-- e over Tal-rIlOUtJ, .1 Hani ware store, Court IIoiiFe, n Main Street. TTORXE Y A .ii 11. I!. TllC'IIMOXl), T LA V. Kkxtccky. 31 ."0 Office No. K! Fiit St.. up Ptairs. (iliASTM LILLY, A ii Thomas Hamilton, fever, 27 Sept. '63. 3 19 11.43 !! Joel V. Watts, pneumonia, 25 Feby. r. m. Rowland. Lancaster r.nd A. X. KENTUCKY. KirllMONK, 1.21) Stanford. 10:10 '64. Rowland, Lancaster and 14 Mch. 'Gl N. 15. Denton, small-pox- , f Kllce S. W. corner M tin and Second 7:25 Stanford. 6:50 James P. Norman, pneumonia, 2G Oct. At the annual meeting of the Kenr.tntl up M.iirfi. Will practice in nil For further parttrnlan call on or aiWress. Sevvall's sou, who opposed his father, n of Madieon '61. and ndjoiniii the court KUPER HOOD. Airt. asks as a reward the mission to Hawaii. tucky Fair Association, in the Willard Telephone 78. it Hint ics and Court of Appeals. 26 Nov. '64. Sam Turpin, small-poOf Dealers, Agents, Jobbers Friday afternoon, the following were I.et him go to hades or some such place and Middlemen by buying diCO. O., CAIT. CASH TA1 LOU. Telephone Your "Cousin," and stay there and all will be forgiven. elected officers for the coming yean .J.C. A: D M.CIIKNAULT, rect from the manufacturer. ; President, W. I. Samuels, Bard-stowGeorge Muddox, heart disease, IS Ffukfori & fi&ilw&j. A TTOliXEYS A T LA II', Old Dan Sickles, who made a greater Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Bowling Feby. '61. BROADDUS, HIGHEST GRADE, ass of himself than usual during the late Green, aud S. A. Deatherage, Richmond ; Jake Durst, small pox, 5) Mch. '64. Kentucky, EASY RUNNING, Richmond, , small-poHunley's OM Stand. SERVICEABLE. 27 Mch. campaign, is said tone si.itcu lor "com- Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. Carroth-ersJames K. New by, In Effect March 1. 3- 3No. 2fi. "Louisville. missioner of Tensions. He used to claim Chen-anlt'o '01. Office on Second Btrcet, over Every Wheel Guaranteed, o EXCEPT SUNDAY. to make The committee appointed grocery. James Woods,inflammation of the bow- to be a Democrat, but after Cleveland o Send for catalogue. o thieving pauper pension bill list of dates for this season's fairs subvetoed the els, 31 Oct. '04. RHEH SV3&DE VIuDnGUS o EAST BOUND. John Woods, chronic diarrhea, 15 Dec he becan "to fight him aud Democracy mitted the following, which was adoptCREEN CLAY, KAPSHirlE GVCLE MFG. CO., () a.m. p.m. 6 39 Lve Frankfort. and finally landed where he properly ed by the meeting: '64. A .1 TTORXE Y--A II'. No better wheel made than the . Arr Elkhorn NORTHAMPTON, MASS. .Sit J'jn Versailles, Tuesday; Ju'y20. Q.Iohn Fitch, chronic diarrhea, 30 Dec. belongs- - It is a pity that when he . 6 51 3 38 " bwitzer Clround Resrwosible dealers Invited to " Stamping Richmond, Tuesday, July 27. Kentucky. Jiirhmnml, ..7 98 X killed Key, his victim had not beeu able '63. .. with us. " Dmalls ..7 08 3 58 Danville, Tuesday. August 3. ILS"- - , ' Georgetown 4 IS .. . 7 28 At William Lewis, scrofula, 31 Jany. '65 to also fire a fatal shot. The country l5r'D3Y. 3'"IMT. Lebaiinou, Tuesday, August 10. lOSY. inLo 5C&QrOCCZOOCiOOOS-'$i. s to . Lve Georgetown. 4 J8 l policilffl. tt. gotten rid of a yery pestif I5ard-towwould have Collodions 4 44 . 8 12 Arr Newtown . lue&lay, August 1. What PEFFEB'S CO. II., CArT. MCGEC may2S-6r- a Built in our own factory by 8 22 . Centreville IK Klizibeditown, Tuesday August 24. erous individual. It acts potrcrf ally and quietly- - Oirrs fJien r 8 28 4 S Elizabeth N. P. Dell, measles, 10 Nov. 'G3V skilled workmen, using the best Uhers fall. Yocn men roioiln Ist ninhood. Bowling Green, Wednesday, SeptemParis . 8 W 5 JO PHYSICIANS. ncn recover youthful vlr. Vl.' .te5jrSMn material and the most improved John Waile, 12 Nov. '63 ! antrcd to Cure i'cn'Husstm, oas tn.Ut TYEST BOUND. It is gratifying) note that the lieu- ber 1. Impotency, A'luhtly I'mlscJoss. Z.twt 1'mrc Paducah, Tuesday, September, 7. machinery. Wo have no agents a.Bi. p.m. S. W. Frost, .general debility, 26 Mch tenant in command that was stationed in U: Hher ;:, FulllairctMcioory, V"u Lve Pari . 9 28 a atnue er 5 effects 13 will be ollered to Winchester, enc, anJ all ulf July Sold direct from factory to the ti DR. JI. R. GIBSON, '64. tuIUcmHoh. Wards oSiasan'.'y awl 9 32 5 -- 2 Arr Elizabeth New York, who Was so fearfully cut by which was not represented at the meetOon't lt drnrl"t larpo?ocworlh: saKitUuift 9 3S S 4H Centreville .. 27 Mch. rider, fully warranted. Shipped The firm of Luion & Harnett hai tltxtolved Touhei'oityl"IdsRr't'rrroa Jn' st"n Emersou Turpin, small-po9 43 ' Newtown . 3 58 his brother officers, when he yielded to ing. party is responsible 'ntt rEKPKlt'S HEKVlGOIt, or srnd fcr partnership and neither PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, anywhere for examination. 00 . W . Georgetown M '64. or debt the other makes. Can ba carried la Test pccSet. l'ri old n isr love aud married the pretty daughter of 1 48 6 30 Lve Georgetown FOR leil per box, or O lor &, with A. IofU WRITE jcr. I. W. Barsett. Kentucky. June 23 Ira Richmond. 27 Mch. a George Teviford, small-po6 41 18 56 Arr Duvalls Wrltton Ounrnutee tn Cure ir SScrund t officer, that he had ney. Paniohlt free. Sold by ilrubt. 11 W 6 48 " Stamping Ground. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, 64. MlIUIC'JLL. ASs'H, CU1cub, I Sw'tz-- r 11 26 6 SU to resign, is about to be reinstated, his 11 3S 7 0S rUhorn BED WETTING CURED Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. William R. Barton, typhoid fever, 10 brother officers having agreed to remove OlKce in the Joe ft Iim bniMmg, 18 and io SecAcmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind. ' Franltfort. 7 2U II .7- ond Street, over White ..old drugstore. '63. Nov. V. Va., Recom- ORNOPAY. IBS B. M. ROWAN, Milwaukee, hn27-the social ban put upon him for the of P.irkersburg, C. D. BERCA1Y, Gcn'l Pas. Agent. mct3-l- y White. Wis. Henry Rigner, chronic diarrhea, 27 grave breach of etiquette in marrying a GEO. B. HABPEK. Gen'l Sapt. mends Wrights Celery CHAS. HOOKER, Dec '64. Frankfort, Kentucky. girl against whom naught but praise Capsules. UEI). W. ItlhKY 29 Dec. '64. could, be said, except that she was the r ETEKINA R Y SURGEON, John Franklin, small-pob Gradual Ontario Veterinary College. daughter of a sergeant. Tho fart that a ChiUM&ln &&i Ohio Sulw: WILL WALTON'S WISE WORDS. Parkeushurg, W. Va., Of Shelby ville, Ky., Recorumerds should ever have been placed upon ban NONE BUT TRUE MEN ON GUARD. Capsules. Wrij!it's Celerv January 20, 1995. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Shelbvville, Kv., May 2G, '9G. To The late C. F. Clay. Jr., of Bourbon, the young officer is sufficient to make The Wkioiit Mho. Co., Office tip stairs over New York .Store, cornel Time of Trains at 'Winchester. Ky. Wright'Metliual Co., Col., O : the blood of the, people, who pay the 46- M:un and First streets. Richmond (IN KENTUCKY ) The removal of .Mr. Jhon D. Uerry, as arises from the dead long enough to say bills of (ient'' liave purcliaeti a dux oi Columbus, Ohio. these shoulder strapped paupers, silver fusion is ludicrous. Permember of the Democratic County Com- that the WEST BOUND. Wright's Celery Cap3iiles from (1. N. Schedule In effect May S. 1S07. boil with indignation and make them Jd'.Dl TL C. nsing G 55 Mt. Sterling anil Lexington Accom Gentlemen: I have beenNovem- Miiltlflton, druggist, and nsel them for mittee from the Berry precinct, will meet haps, but it is more ludicrous to see the in 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville feel like taking the matter in their own Wright's Celery Capsules since Medicine and Snruery. No. I. No. a Na S. Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiKASTBOUND . 3 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Accom with the approval of every Democratic old corpse try to resurrect itself at the ber, 1S94. and find them to be as recom- pation and found that thev cave m im- Lv. LouUvillo 4.LMpm 7.pm 7 4saro hands. 4 50 pm New YorW Limited K. F. V Office Collins Huildine, MainStreet. SLSlpm in the county. The minute a man re- expense of the party he helped to wreck. mended. I first beiran taking them mediate relief every time. 1 think it an Ar. Shelby vllle 9.10am Telephone nt residence (the Olrr place) on 9 52am A 35pm P.ropm E.ST BOUND. " Ar.Li'renceb'e while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treat- excellent remedy. to support both the platform and Rcquiesc.it in pace, old fellow; the demo fuses MISLEADING THE PEOPLE. Broadway. Insure 30111 homes and Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 10.17am d50pm U.pm Ar. Versailles 3 IS am ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and laSO.im Tipm 10 10pm business Kentucky. the nominees of the Democratic party, cratic party doesn't need yon or your ad Ar Lexington.... Richmond, --- --11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. Yours very truly, trouble. Constipation which 1 Stomach No. 2. No . No. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom WtMllul'.VD future. Stanford Journal. that minute he becomes a bolter, and vice iu the had been a long sufferer. I found the 9 3 pm Washington Express Geo. W. Rilev. 9 Lv. JLcxlnetoa... 7.0im S.iupm 5 Mam has no claim for party affiliation with a 15am 5.3'"px 5.SSiin Celery Capsules gave mo great relief AVithout goiug into the merits or DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Ar. Vers tllles... Accommodation trains ran daily except Siin-da- v. S33am &00pm i.4iam togclh-er,- " Ar.La'renceb'g.. tliem "It s timo for democrats to get Other trains rnn the party or a voice in councils. Perthe question, the statctuent from the beginning and nave used unso9.10am (Jiim Ar. Shelbyvllle.. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, sleeping and dining car service to ever since. With pleasure, and &15pm 6 0.1am 10.55am wailB Editor Knott, when he sees by HOW TO FIND GUT. Ar. Louisville... sonally, the Courier has no dislike for New York. tho Louisville Times that the Silver licited, I recommend them to any and Kentucky. Richmond, rates orsleeperreervaMons represent t.vo of the most Forlnformation, K. HOOD. AsentL.AN.Ry., Mr. Berry. For him, as for others who what a mess he has helped to get us into. party is in tho minority in Kentucky, all pnffering with like afflictions or either Trains Nos. 1.2, and 8 carry Free Obierva- on or write ' Uon Chair Cars. reliable Insurance Companies callGEORGE W. BARNEY, Richmond, Kv, differ with the CourieV politically, we True, verj' true, aud but for certain mar- is purely gratuitous and made under the of them. Very truly yours. Office in Smith Ituilding, No. 304 Main Street, np Fill a bottle or common water glaes1 CiiAni.ES T Caldweix. have a high personal regard. But it is plots they would always have stood misleading ellects of personal environin tho United States and re or D. P. A. C. & O. Ky., Lexington . Ky. ttain. Office hours 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. B43TBOOND wEsironsn twenty-fou- r No IS to. 11 spect fulby ask for a share of political suicide to allow people who are together. S Hagan, Druecist. Price with urine, and let stand STA.IOXS. No.'Ml Na 11 Sold by T. ment. LouisVille may be joined to her Lv Ioulsvll Ar TTha can thlak not in perfect harmony with the party DIl. JOI1N M. Foster-Richmond- . idol of tho single gold standard, but the 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug- hours; a sediment or settling indicttes a 4SUp-- T4wm ArLarncbrsrAr iSSrm iaam 3our patronage. Wanted-f- in Siiam S.3Tpm 9 55am of tone simple 0- sound money democrats rank and file of tho country aro more store and get free sample. umic to patent? -- diseased condition of tho kidneys. ,7.25pm ia5am ArllarodsbBAr 4Jfflpml 7.33am Kentucky to hold as important position as that Tho Protect yonr Ideas: thrrrnay brlas you wnUUt. ,7.40 pm 08'm Ar UurRln. Lv 7.am F. ROCK, S. jutu wcuiiuuiuiutheir S1AO prUoAttorheld by Mr. Berry and as for that matter in .Slielhy have fused with tho rppubli- pronouncedly for free silver than lnt nine Wasbragbra. D. C cm. raient oSer neys. When urine stains linen it is positive WESTUQCXD- for EASTBOCMI Je2-l- y ana list of two hanttred IsTesUoss wsztted. 2Gii Sec. Street, I Up Stairs). nnv nositlon iu the nartv. Cvnthiana cans on a county ticket, but the vole in year, many for no other reason than that No. m'tNaOi' of kidney trouble. Too fro No. Ii. tNo 67 srATloss evidence V Telephone at office and residence. I.islelectionand the recent democrat-- they think any change from existing conthe Courier. 4.2Upm 7.45atn Lr Loulsvit Ar lUM.iml H.iipm quent desire to urinate or pain tu the Si47pm 9.10am! Ar Shclbvil Ar a:6tiin 6.45pm improvement The ditions niHstre-tuleiSSCpm la 17am 'ArVersllcs Ar &05am 4.15pm w- - EVANS, M. D., G. back, is also convinciiiR proof tlu.t the 7 3)pm II 0im Ar Midway Ar 7 4 lam! 13Spm prosperity that the Times promised 7.50pm 1115pm ArGeorcta Lt 7 I5aml 3.00pm would follow the defeat of IJryan, have- kidneys and bladder are out of order. WESTBOOSrx XASrDJU.ND. ing signally failetlso, far to materialize, tNo GltNo- - 2. physician and sckgeon, tNo. 1 tNa i. STATIQX "WSAT TO DO. V LouHvU Ar U55 m t & 15pm. 7.4JJIU 4.Slptli the people aro more than e er deterflL57)in Lv Versllcs Ar Richmond, - - - - Kentucky. "is comfort in tiie knowledge I020um 7S1pm ArNtchlvtUAr 7aoam a,3upm There CfSam 4.40pm mined on a changed in the financial Bys-toIl.OOum so often expressed, lhat Dr. Kilmer's 11.53pm 8.30;im ArRichmo'd Lt &OJam 3.45pm and while the election of an 'Ar Irvine Lv pm I..MIJU ,1.05 DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy clerk will not accomplish that No. V Na 1 STATIOSS. Wear The Style, Rfr-.O ' Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, fulfills every wish in relieving pain in Lv. Lodlsvltle. could not be improved for 7 43am! ;.Upm result, they intend to sezie tho oppro- -t IT. IQSOam laitipm Double the Price. Kentucky emplmtic-all- y Richmond, the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud Ar. Lexington. tunityto-expres- s .themselves The undersigned has three separate small iOUpm 7.30am Knoxville. O It Ar. Ashcvillo. ........ ..... 1.39 am 1.15pm Ar, on the question. l the Times farms which he offers at private sale separately every part of the urinary pasiEi. o "v7. L. Douglas $30, $4X0 and $5X0 Shoes arc the OWco unit residence ou Third Street. 5 00am All three are situated at inability to bold urinci and Ar Savannah... ........... sHH" workmen, from the best, macorrects defeated, or toother. productions of O 9.10am cr. thinks that Shackeford will Ar. Jacksonville m 1 terial possible lo put into shoes Solii at these prices. 7.4Upm scaldingTpain in passing it, or bad effects Ar. Cnattanooa.... with the gold democrats and republicans for men, and 5.00.im 11.10am, We make also $2J50 and 5225 shoes Atlanta DESTTAL STJBG3a,Y. - i following use of liquor, wine or beer, Ar. Macon fusing, aud has any spare filthy lucre to 8.15am UlOpm Ar. $i50, 52.00 and $1.75 for boys, and 9 10pm overcomea that unpleasant netjessity Ar. Jacksonville.. and bacic'ils jugement with, wo aro authorr I 3y Douglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable for Jw--aoipm 6LUfam Chattanooga.... poncemen ana otners navmg cr; 11.59pm 10,"Uam arnont that it may name. on the waters of Silver' Creek, They contain of being compelled to get up many, times Lv Birmingham.... ed to cover any Ar. DR. A. WLLKESSMlTJr, 85 and 165 acres, and are well .4pm. o 4.45 am much walking to do. .... Mer.dl.in. is hardly necessary to add, put up or respectively well improved farms. There is dnring the niiditTo urinate. Tli? mild Ar. New Orleans...- 9.55 pm lL20am Jl Ar watered and DENTAL SURGEON, tho" extraordinoy effect-- of jramp-shut up. The Times.will do neither, be- co be'ter land In Madison county, most of it and TVo aro conatantjy adding new styles to our . wv MrrtM Ft Chair car Louisville to Kentucky already largo variety, and there, la no reaRi iiaosn, Root is soon realized. It stands tlm high- Lexington thero coancctln? with Solid Vesll-- l cause it hasn't monoy o burn, by pat being . . .'. .MAI'DT'ACTTIRER AIsD TKAL,IR IN. . . . son why you cannot bo suited, so insist on H your wonderful cures of the most OulO ITUin cu.ryiu Merchants, uii.i wci X est for its harinK W. U Doujlas Shoes Irom ting it against the democratic ..nominee, C&aitcnoogatO uirmtngnam aou itew utojuj. t --RICH BOTTOM LAND- .Bankfra, Main Street, Office dealer. buiMinc, OrnCE-Sni- lth distressing" easeful" you need a mjlicine . Kn. 3 earrios Pnllman Sloeiwr IjOatsvllta to GR-KINLIT- e ) Lawyers, and all hades can not malce it shut up to 1. M. hours, qujo to ii M. ; "We no only the best Calf, Russia Calf neighborhood and accessible.'' by drng-gist- s, I'hystclans It"ls a Chattanoosa, and Atlanta, also LiQXlpgton to) limited to drntistrr. (ail colors), French Patent Calf, it is not built that way Like tlte con- turnpike fineschools, churches, railroads, mills, you should have the best. and all Vlnl ITtit , .tit JacUSOUVlliO VliVltOC aprinss. mudiuk. ". r. .h to w. wt JICtHai VnnmAl economical ATD ALL KINDS OF CEXETERY WORK price filty tents and onrjj lollar.. Compartceat Sleeper Lexingtoa to No Or tentious wife, it- - always lias the last etc., all within a mile of'White; Station .Port graded to correspond, with prices men wear J. A- - Yatbs. J. C. JIoiiGAy. of the shoes. Por ajsainple bottle,and pamphlet both leans word, Vbethcr it amounts to anything Office, ten miles from Richmond W. L. Doaela tDallr Except Sunday. address? Shoes becansothcy d For urther pavtmuur-cash, Eent'frea.byjnaUVmention the CJ .im.cs, A. TERMS Sale will be made orLnot,.and in thia ase it will not, UnMORGAN & YATES, If dealer cannot supply you, aro the best. Wainos.P.tT. A.. & T. SWIFT. P.&T.AKy. - parchaser For particulars, and send younfall-postotlicwrlto balance to raitaildwes td SliacKcl-forLaxwrtn. Louisville. Ky. less it'eays that word for loTr.. For sale by DENTISTS, W. LMUfiLAS, BftsilM, Km. address . .fjr. or. H nuMK.'Uen. SuDt. J4M CatP.T. at " Do ye mindi Brer Logan?, Ii ) so Kentucky. CATALOOC1B FBEE. ti r . VMklatftasl D. O1 Richmond, w..M.i.n White, movt euarantee W. A.TBMCQ -. WK K. come iu out of tbo wet and change your i J n T m. .. WkJjwoL,tU. riiWStatioa, Ky. the geauiBenem'ot thfe offer. daap and'dirty cloUiing. - ' . 1 Oppicb MIn Street, oref JOtdisoa National febie-Sy . .. r j t f. fit. " j ti tr .r- r w Bant, .i - .u , - -- r, . ' ii (. ,,.- I . .. . AVTjrj - .ciVTi!? tf "I a. i . " . - S ' M 2 ii .: ttln. 5, :' f. Ii. TTORXE Y--A T LA W, T-L- --- --- ... e.ich was bib child. He has a wonderful influence over them and the gKd the institution is doing is shown in the tact that of the 'J00 sent out from it only 12 have turned out badly. The rest are making good citizens and earning honest livings. The aimngcment of the buildings and the sanitary precautious are of the most approved dcaigns and methods. There is never any sickness of consequence there Mid the thihlien all look healthy and strong. Mr. Kilvington tells us that by a law of the Stato children w ho commit certain offenses are sent to the School without trial ami without sentence, thereby doing away with the slignia that such a proceeding would place iiMin them. He also tells us that no precaution is taken to prevent escapes and that a chihl rarely overruns away, always returning if he does. He has no trouble at all from tho proximity of the hoys and girls and says thnt it is much better as he has it arranged than if they were separated ly many m Wis. Jiiey are not allow cd to mingle, though they meet together once a week in divine services. It is wonderful how this family of over 700, for it is more like a family than a semi-peninstitution, is ruletl by kim'-neand love. Mr. K. always greets the children with a pleasant word and it seems to give them real pleasure to have him notice them. He and his excellent wife seemed to have beeu born for the splendid work they arc doing and if the Kentucky commissioners are able to secure officers half as capablo they may consider themselves lucky. The Tennessee Industrial School is a model iu every way and its superintendent a model officer and Christian gentleman, and the State will be many times repaid by our visit. al ss Oct. tieorge McP.miell, dysentery, 7 Oct. lk. Ive Adair, measles, 24 Nov. '03. George Vaughn, small, pox, 30 Nov.' 00. George W. Moore' typhoid Dec. '63. fever, 2S 2 T. 65 J. Elmore, CO. K., small-po- x, Januarv CAIT. T. n COLLIN'S. While in a neighboring town not long since we had the exquisite pleasure of seeing a Smart Alex knocked heels over head for giving a gentleman a short answer. The Alex referred to was working in n public office and the gentleman nsk-c- d him about the time a certain train left. The A. replied that it was not his dayforktepi a trains, whereupon the gcnilcma el (hive with his good right arm an mushed the A's nose all over hi f.ice. As stated above, this was "ex-- I 11 itc pleasuree" to us. fe'omo people, iipmi beini! ested with a little authority, i niiiediately turn fool and thiulc that the public has no right whatever to ask Absolutely Pure a civil question. If the plan of the genCelebrated for tt great leaTening tleman referred to above were adopted strength and he&Uhfuincas. Assures more uuiversally it would have a tendenthe food againxtTtlnm and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap cy to teach men that when they are paid brands, royal paring KKW YORK. to answer questions it is then duty to do so in a polite manner. We had nothic primary shows thnt they w ill gnaw a ing stronger, but g.ive that gentleman file. Bryan got 2,523 votes, McKinley tue last cigar we Record. 2,129 and Palmer 122, while in the priMR. YERKES THEN AND NOW. mary the democratic vote showed up Shelby will remain even more largely. Thefplitin the Democratic party oer true to her colors, mark that ! the silver question is not a circumstance The Oklahoma Legislature has passed to that which is browing among our Ren law lo prohibit a man from marrying publicans friends over a division ot the Such legislation spoils. Harmony is a word that does not his mother-in-lato be in the nature of superfluity. exist iu the Republican "voeahulaiy. It iceins is now reported that a row of large sized The man who would want to marry wmihrbc at once shut up diiiieiinious is stirring up Ihe big gnus, tud has resulted in a breach between iu a lunatic iisylum. Gov. Bradley and the Hon. John V. Col. Dreckinrikgeis not in favor of a Ycikes. The hitter was one of the nic-c- t-t men on the continent until it became compromise with silver democrats in orof theolfii es, he says whimpered around that he had consented der togetpo-tessio- n Vo, but he compromised his manhood to "enter politics," and would not refuse and renounced Ihe party that had made a good fat otlice. Theu those who had him what he is, when he permitted hi lieen praixing him began to make little unpleasant remarks about the Boyle name to co under the ''log cabin" to county statesman. The fact of the busijMtstwsion rrf an ollice his outrageness is the Republican party is loaded ous conduct had forfeited. down with jealosy, and each of the leadThe saloon men.say that their busiuefs ers seems to fear that somebody else will is opening up rather slowly. There have get more pie, or be the recipient of more been few "di links" so far, but we arc honor, than he Anderson News. waiting to see what wc shall see court EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMFORT. day. Theie hasn't been a row on such thiys for a long time, nor an arrest foi On Thursday, July 22d. the Chesadrunkenness, the crowd usually departpeake fc Ohio railroad will run its annual ing by 3 or 4 o'chtck as orderly as it came. excursion to Old Point Comfort, Va., We hope it will be so Monday. leaving Lexington at ll:2" a. m., and We regret to see that many of our ex- reaching Old Point at noon next day. changes are. to grow facetious Only $1100 will be charged for the round trip, and tickets will be good to over Such levity Is reprehensible. The return until August Sth. S:op overs ill be allowed at any station on return U. J. is tloing the"bent it can under the circumstances. It Is migiiiy hard to be trip, so lhat our patrons may break the out iu the cold and tiy to be funny at homeward trip by stopping at any of the the same time. The elibit.in this caue is" beautiful mountain resorts along the sutlicieiit to cause lachrimalion and len- line. Sleeping car rates will be $:.r0 per iency not levity and laughter. double berth which will accommodate Lyman Gage disowns the interview two persons. No other summer trip published in the New York World and oilers such a diversion and variety of says he has submitted no interview with pleasures as a trip to Old Point, over any newspaper man. Fact is Mr. Gage the Chesapeake and Ohio railway, with is not the kind of a man that the article its mountains, valleys, rivers and Ocean makes him. He is a hiinetalliit and in Special rates of $2.50 per day at the Chamberlain and Hygeia IIote!s. Foi 1894 was one of a committee for the promotion of international bimetallism, full information or sleeping car reservawhich "believed that the day is not far tion call on or wri'e George W. Baijney,' distant when the necessities of commerce Dis. PdS3. Agent, Lexington, Ky. will compel the international use of silJuly 14 td ver as well as of gold in the currencies , . throughout the entire world." Xsnluc&y Fair Dates. ROYAI 3JJANDY CATHARTIC "Kothing else like tfcbfcih.fc it" EMMBf rr We Send it FREE! TO refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. 'The most to 55 SO w fcGrfj CURfCOHSnRKnOH !Q . akik" constipation. Cascarrts rt the Idfal Laxa-- i ARSilTiilTFT.7 011X11 AW II a VAWUU IIT.I Min KB iHlll l.ai k n Ar 1 n H Tplojtr.dbTohlctfrtr. Ad. STKItMXO KKHEDr CO., ("hiram. Montreal. Cn:i..orJnrlor!. sii.J &AI.I.AAA1 1 1 VA ssaasffi--JNTRFFl ,0 'ra 7"of v a rvTp-"i'tvviiuk .. Li mil rriw;.' 111 j&rvw ' ALL DRUGGISTS r Young and Old. I MEN, V ii Tub-m- i p'liyyS a C Rejoice with ns in the Discovery. . When a man has sulTerwl for rears with a weakness that blighU his life ami robs him of all that really make life Worth livinsr. if he avail himself of a l .rVLUIWMCl ' tfi&A oUTANEOUSli IBPOgPgrgOWfri0H0: ss?vy272F;gf.5?e POWDER .JSqap. Xriif Axns3T '!.iF1 1 II V I ' An BRIDGF0RD'S ECONOMIST RANGE, SHE THEM! loiirr rea tkt 04V r,z 2s 4M SJS-W- a Price A 25 9 M 35 j complete cure, why not possesathe moral coarage to stop his downward course. We will semi von by mail, AKMIIilITE-Ii- Y FltKK, in plain package, the .t II Powerful DIl. llfit'KMA.VS VITAL RESTORATIVE TAUbBTH. with a lejral pmr-ante- e to perrnanpntly cure MlST 3IA.N-IIDIISKLK-ABIISK, imperfect skin is always caused by 3 bad blood. Remove the cause! Improve your a It ksts twice as Ion' merit. others. SEXUAL WEAK- EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! trial will convince Will please the hKtMC SOAPS ' its great asuiious. NESS. VARICOCELE E1IISS1UXS org-ms. CHARLES F Alfr. ol .iLLER, LLCD TOILET had.-Lanea- blood. How? By talc- - g ing the blood purifier a that has stood the test 1 for thirty years 1 rru PERFUMERY. 18319. Lancaster, Penn. VV WIW ESTABLISHED. -- drains. Return emaciated No C. O. U. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not rnre, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this may Hot appear again. Addre to-la- Xiniir SHU'S forever ami all unnatural to former appearances Western Medicine Company, IKORPOSATED. 24-2- dobnsfods parsapari fitt2 & QUART BOTTLE. Garnet! House, Richmond, Kentucky. I have tatcn rhtre of the It is not open to the public. CLEAN GOOD n Kalamazoo. Jltrh. 3 .1 SOLD 0?C -- D P I SC H WILLIAnS, t has thousands of happy friends. Quart Bottles sell every-- H a where at $i. Detroit, filch. IJvcrettea for Liver Ills, The Famous tittle LItcx Pills. DAVIS, HROOKS & CO. Hotel. lypppra Me DONALD'S AND Vbxoluto Giini'iiHtcc. f5 Ci2. X t" O ' ROOMS AND BEDS, BCELEBRATED WOSM PQWffEitS fJl Kl "GRUB," WWM TC GREATEST TMC ASCOESTROTDR OF SOLD IN fr- tv-vr- aiu S 1 GSL&&3i&iJ2&g&gSlLZ2iQ ti i nY RICHMOND. Furnish id or Unfurnished Rooms, cool refresh-in- tj brcces pis tlirottijh the house all the time, the best cistern water in the city, come and get a cool rt freshing drink. m ASr PLA3fMT T3 TAKE Sold by D. Z. & T. R Tnyloi', Waco, Ky. ::SADDL,ERY. i . :: Mr wra Pi - Everything is in good order and I promise to keep it so. Open day and niht, office open to Kentlemcn, they are welcome to come in, sit down or stand if they desire; til', chew, spit and smoke to thjir heart's content. I m Worm Destroyer EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a cen- tury with continually tnereas- ' incaeniana. l tiinic a moment Does this not mean merit ? Smallest dose Easiest to take- Entirely vecetable Most certain ind m yttw y u "' r 1 !! I 3. 3 81 Conic Again And Asraiu And So On. Corn" acd let me s;rvc you Ml 125,000 Children yearbr Sent to their Grave by Wwrss. h auiru "iJo njrnt by everyday and all the time.' Very truly yours. is HcaONALD'S s F. STONE, Prop. He lo. Uncle I'.illv Coc'iran! wher did von get that handsome surre'' It like one I saw at Pnnelson's. jo-jk- i Forsale by all draLu and dealers In melletae4.? 5 5 Manufactured on'y by the proprietor, PRIC33, CELEBRATED WORM FOWDERS wou have saved them all. 2.-,-c. 3?i:iX BOX. ed .t. a. :xoio:N.Arjc, rn. nuy5-6ra- o thuCouiier-Journarscomicsupple-me- rto-i-.-v-iii- SZTSZ TS3 nWta , RH m H j V'lAScrhafcs I IJm:mh , ? lf Si V harness, cheaper than can be bought any ulcere in Richmond, aire us a trial and be convinced. Satisf ictioii febll-t- f griaranted. ATWALTKUAZBEIi'S All kinds of hand-nud- e Geo. White. LlTKBV cu en L. & LV. M. JM. R. STABUI. o 3 A. K p. K. U. .DIVISION. Ix Effect March 1, 1S9G. Express for Cincinnati.) I'aris. Mavsville. Win-- i I'lustpr nml - - -G.25 mail. Cincinnati. Pari?, 5tavs-- l r- - .v. ville. Winch ebter andj 2.05 I.exinsiton mail. Livag::oii, Ixindon, Jel- 1.10 lico, 1'ineville. Fast line for Livingston, 11.4.1 I.ondon.Jellico Knoxville A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati-- 1 akv F-o n cry rfn tjxintnitl -r- m f iti THE v o andKATHRMA "vlU a s Is L The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- a L05 1255 - X. W George Thorps, Ceconi Street, between Main and O Wat r, rear of Dillingham linilding. Richmond Ky. Ready to do all kinds of blacksmithing promptly in the best a orkin:nIike .V- 7 o (' tention. 310 manner. S-- 7 p. x. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. P. B. ou ' the Profits Mwi x, Y WK jr&sr&ss SSb 27'-D- tu keme Bicycle & Dissolution Notice a- er-.'s- rs c"r-rnp- x, pl-t- x, A'Mr-PEFi'- r.Ii Our interesting Offer m x. m SOUTHERN RfllLWflY. IT 1 JASPER, IIK,- - I IV property against ... of Fire 0 Tornado. I dally-Throu- & Idea i I IM n two pari: (PORi W. L. DOUGLAS $0.00 SHOE d -- tjAL - Madison Monumental Works, T3xo:"M:o"nD, srz". E- rvl p 9 o Wx,. Mh the-W.- WHITE'S STATION, ":p- gjfej letter-camer- s, 1 V -- - 1 f-oa WkWImlsk .TSv ' TVTONVTVieNTS, fr '"t'l -- gBBlH m r one-thir- price, d. e Freeman Brothers, Richfnond, Ky. . Geo.D. r fc -- TATno-A.5fc2:A.- 1 r ,.. . -' 'z2 . ... v. iTi, ll ;; i., &dL50Doi?Uii)eital Worfo r lr-- . t J8's. t. "3cj- - .. rH -:-- $ . . x- -j V -- . 1 .4 'i - --- -' u The Richmond Climax. rUBLISHXS JEVEKY WEDNESDAY BY RIC HM Go. C E. WOODS. Associate Editor. O N D F A I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shipp, have re- his mother, Mrs. Mattio Alverson. turned to Lexington after visiting Ho brought his three beautiful lfttlo. Mrs. V. D.Oldham. daughters, Mattie May, Florence and Irene; who will ppend tho summer Mrs. Thos. Hulsand daughter, iliss Annie, of Sherman, Texas, are visit here. Mr. Ah'erson will remain only a short while. Friends here rememing old friends here. ber thathe lately lost Ids wife, who Miss Kate Walker attended was a daughter of the Chiefx)f the week accompanied by Now Orleans Fire Department. Miss Carlisle Walker. Misses Elsie rainier, of RichMiss Lora Callaghan, of Platto City, of Mo., is visiting Mrs. II. II. Colyor, mond, and Ella Higginbotham, Lexington, haYe boon vistiting Mrs. and Mrs. H. B. Dillingham. Mrs. Milton J. M. Higginbotham Misses Olivia Baldwin and Annie Elliott :.nd little Cecil,from Mayfleld," to visit accompanied by ber son, Milton ElliBennett leave Mrs. V. DT. Shanks, at Stanford. ott from Lexington, yisited friends Mr John Burnam, of Donver, is and relatives in Kirksville the past visiting his brother and fister, lion. week, and on their return trip to C. F. Bumam and Mrs. Eugenia Bryantsvillc. spent Saturday with - MrsSwm Xear. Lancaster Record. .Hume. Miss Mary Tribble was the guest Misses Florrie Chenault and Amy last week of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Moll Smith, and Messrs. T. II. Tickels, W. at Lexington. She was a Chautauqua C. Bennett, C. W. Tribble, R. S. Tay visitor. lor and R. E. Little, of this city, at Mrs. R. E. Turley and children left tended the L. A C. Merrick Lodge yesterday for a several weeks1 visit dance during Chautauqua. They say to her mother at Spears. Jessamine the affair was a perfectly charming social event and that they were Tery county. Misses Katie Harvey, of Louisville kindly treated, especially by Messrs. Hughes Bronston. Walter and and Mary Little, of Richmond, are vioit-tiMiss Emly Turner. Mt Sterling "Shorty" , Guerraut, Foster Helm and Dick Stoll. Gazette. at Mt. Sterling Miss Kath-erin- e Messrs. Arthur S. Lynn, Robert Grubbs and Mr. Henry R. Taylor, T. H. Pickels and T. Hood Little were among Chautauqua visit-o- n Prewitt wed. The bride was an attendant at tho Brittain Baldwin nuplast week. two weeks ago, in this city. She Mr. A. "Voolstein,of the Now York tials is a daughter of Thos. Grubbs and Store, spent a day or two last week on Mary Jarmau Grubbs, deceased, a business at Paris, where his brothe native of this county. The groom, ls in business. who is only 82, has been married Mr. P. M. Popo left Monday for twice. He is1 an own cousin of Mrs. Cincinnati where he will begin his Daniel M. Chenaulf, nee Miss Reid, soventh year as traveling talesman and of Mr. G. G. Prewitt, of this for Johnson Bros. Hardware Co. county. Mr. Waller Bennett is at home from The party given at "Summer Fora trip to Washington, New York aud est," the ancestrial home of the New Haven, Conn., where he attend- Humphreys family, by Mrs. L. S. of his class at Yale. ed a Johnstone to Miss Louisiana Gibson, Mr. Gaylo Ford, of Sweet Owen, is of Woodford county, is to take place jrefora couplcof months, general on Thursday, July 15th. All of the agent for a Kitchen Cabinet that will Lexington young people will attend prove a boon to housewives every- and will probably be chaperoned by Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Allen where. Miss Su.san McRoberts entertained Louiana Gibson will entertain a at dinner Friday evening in honor of largo houso party next week at her Miss Julia Higgins, of Richmond. beautiful home, "Mirador," in Woodford. Lexington Argonaut, 9th. There were cloven guests present. Danville Advocate. After a protracted and exceedingly delightful visit to friends at Somerset Hugiiks-MiIiLKOn Monday afand Danville, Miss Julia Higgins reternoon, by Squire Armer, Mr. Caleb accompaturned home last Friday, Hughes and Miss Talitha Miller nied by Miss Mamie McRoberts. Messrs. Warfield Bennett, Caswell were united in marriage. After a fribble, Thomas Pickels, Robert fond embrace and a kiss they left on Little and Robert Taylor attended the their happy journey homeward. .Merrick Lodge ball given by the Ixington Athletic Club on last Chau-tnuquala- 'if - '" " . - The Glimax Printing PRICE PER YEAR, - $1.50. $1.25 1897. IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. JULY 11, - - Every miner who is silly enough to strike during these days ought to be made starve. Just as tbo country begins to take on renewed hope and prosperity these dissatisfied croakers jump up and try to create havoc Their bread needs to be cat off until the v get on their good behavior. Pantagraph. This is a specimen of the hellish spirit which would crush into submission the starving but self respecting laborer who dares to strike for his rights. If wo really have good times he wants his share of it. The laborer is worthy of his hire as well as the prof ected manufacturer. Carbuncles Appoarod Each Season Until Blood Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parilAn Indolent Ulcer. "For several years Iwa3 troubled with carbuncles oatny left sido aud my back. They would disappear In winter ond return tbe next summer. I began taking Hood's Saraaparilla and have never had any carbuncles since. My little son had a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on his left limb ond spread halt way around la .Low rate, round trip tickets are now Mfc 'Vernon, 'Ky. After tho Judces jere out a lew minutes, says the Herald, i itB on sale from Queen & Crescent sta- RrJi k U W iS'JL 27TH. -- ii u r w -- st Hon. J. B. McCkeaby, of Richmond, will have to run for Congress in his district in order to redeem it from Republican domination and restore it to the Democratic column. The district is now misrepresented by a Republican member of Congress who is helping to pass the Dingley tariff tax and to saddle on his constituents enormous, oppressive and unnecessary taxation. M c C r o a r y y was one of the best Congressman has ever had and should be elected by all means. And ho will be l. if he runs. Campbellsville Keu-tnckTimes-Journa- It. Our physician recommended a blood purifier ond I gave the boy Hood's Sarsaparillfi, with gratifying results." A. G. B. James, Polkvlllc, Mfas. " I have been a great suCerer trom muscular rheumatism and In October began continued taking Hood's SarsaparUlo. St3 ueo until January whenI could go about as welt as any one and I havo had no acuto pains since." I. W. Mukxick, Grand Isle, Louisiana. I !H3ood'sk Sarsaparif 8a -- superb article, curiosity and anxiety poured oil njon the troubled waters., In tho rahu that foll'iwtd Dr. jDariion justly compliment d every speaker ol the Ave, and .then annnuured the winnef'nf the second prize as Mr. Geary, of th6 State College; the virtor foremost, Mr. Nathan Elliott, of Kentucky UniverIty. "With the frank gencromty that always crowns tho vanquished at this moment, they turned first to shake the bandit it the" conqnerorS before they were Iwnc bodily off the murrain upon the shoulders of their college fellows. The winner is .a son of Rev. Mifton Elliott, lately of Madison county, an I U a young man well known to our people, especially of thelvirksville neighborhood. Of his speech the Herald says: Continuing, it spoke thiu of C. U. representative: Mr. Arthur S. Lynn, of the Central Univerity, of Richmond, Ky., made thejinal speech oft tbo afternoon. tions to Cumberland Falls, Rugby, Burnsido, Spring City and Lookout Mountain. Liberal rates and limiU. Ask your agent about it. C. RlXKARSON, Primary. Qen'l Toss'r Ag't, Cincinnati, O. City Democratic Committee's Call (or At a meeting of tfio Democratic Committee of Richmond, Ky., held on the 31st day of May, 1897, on motion, the following resolutions were Woman m Greates Dislike Is Spring C can i n u and why not make it a 1 HP ' Is sold by all druKfists. Price ?1; six for S3. -- , are the ojily pills to tako nOOQS FlLlS with Hood' SarsaparllL-- ng Matinee Trots. DEMOCRATIC papers are the worst enemies that, the merchant, the For Clerk of Conrt of Appeal", manufacturer and the workingman can SAM J. SHACKELFORD, editor would have. No of Daviess county. endeavor to prevent a revival of busi ness. Pantograph. For Circuit Jiulpe WiiATaliewo sometimes tell when THOMAS J. SCOTT, it's to our advantage. Merchant, man of Madison county. ufacturer, workingir"n, all injured by telling them the truth! Read Bradstreet's For Coniuwnwralth'h Attorney weekly reports, son, or i.i'fc to the farmII. A. CHUTCHEH, er, workingman, or eveii ' a few of the of Jessamine count'. nnd army of tramps abu.i-'- , and get your knowledge of affairs. Thse who Kenresentative, neither hunger nor suffer arc ut:!it to W. W. COMCS. judge these who do. Calamity-shriekiu- TICKET g To-da- y On Friday, July 9th, quite a large crowd gathered at tho Richmond Fair right-thinkin- g Ground track to enjoy some splendid trotting for so early in the season. heats, The yearlinj; race, was the first on the card. When the bell hipped two of the most delicate looking little creatures ever hitched to a sulky appeared on the track, "Joan of Arc," driven by J. J. Neale, and Billy Abshire, driven by II. C. Traynor. Joan won in straight heats, time, 1:22, l:lSh. steppin the first quarter in the second heat in 37 seconds ; this was the third tune Joan of Arc was ever to a half-mile bike. The two-year-o- ld race had only two re-uni- on Connty Julj;e, V. 11. SULLIVAN. Connty Attorney, J. TEV1S COBB. Sheriff, II. IL COLYER. Circuit Clerk, S. II. THORPE, Countv Clerk, J K. JOHN F. WHITE. J.iilrr, JAMES C. LACKEY. Assessor, T. Democrats am' real, btinking, mean Republicans conferring oit a fusion in the election of a candidate for the appellate clerkship, is enough to disgust honest Democrats with the National Democratic movement and drive from its 6upKrt even the few suckers w ho were caught by the McKinley Let Aid Society movement last 'em unite, however, and mingle to their heart's content. Shackelford will be elected all the same by at least 25,000 majority and the boltocrats will find again that they have lost all, including the little honor that attaches to such acts as they have been guilty of. Stanford Journal. Thk idea of ed Clary and Henrietta, driven by Bob Walker, Col. Clary winning in straight heats. Titne, 2.31, 2:291, driven by Waller Traynor. Tue 3.00 trot or pace was won by Princess Bonnie, driven by Waller Traynor. Best time, 2:32. The crowd was well pleased with the sport aud predict for the week beginning good starters, Col. rai-iu- Julv 27th. A MARRIED. Trio of For The Cum ax. Fast Horses. V Thk contest for city ollices wa never more vigorous than at present Citizens should remember that t'tere are plare? ?upcrintemlpnt PnUlie Schools, to be tilled of great imiortance to the J. W. WAGERS. welfare of the community, mid no effort should be spared by anj man w ho is Coroner, in the success of tho Dcmot-iui- i M. O. BROWN. party and in tiio welfare ol" t'le city of Richmond, to see that clean, able, Surveyor, and honest men arc nominated for every S F. ROCK. office. Every Democrat owes it to his party to use his iuflucucc for the selecM. V. MoxAiicii, the inaiunolh dis- tion of the ttcst possible ticket; and the tiller, of Ouensbor. Ky., an uncompro-niiciii- K party owes it to the city to nominate gold Democrat, was at the St. only such men as will make capable and Nicholas Monday. He concedes Ken- efficient officers. The Democrats of tucky to the silver Democrats this year. Richmond should all vote in the prima-r- . He says the Repuhlican State Adminif-tratio- n toniorrow. has done nothing to commend 0. CURRY. DEATHS. Thursday evening Prof. Clay Merrick, A. Mrfor three years Secretary of Rerca College and lnstructorof History and Math., has been elected of the Western Reserve Academy,at Hudson, O., whose fall term opens Sept. 9th. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Chenault, nee Miss Reid, of Mt. Sterling, returned last Wednesday night from their eastern bridal tour. They are happily located at Mr. Chenault's handsome home on Lancaster avenue. I). II. Myers, who married a Miss Bourne, sitter of Mrs. J. T. Farra, Kicholasville, is an announced candidate for Councilman from the University precinct, Richmond, with H. X. Perry, a Jessamine boy, as opponent. Jessamine Journal. Miss Bertha Bowen, of Louisville, and Mr. Lewis Osborn. son of the President of tho Chicago and Rock Island R. R., are engaged to be married. The bride-to-bis pleasantly remembered here, having twice visited Mrs Ellen V. Gibson. As good luck would have it, Burrell Million's Lady Flight won at Covington the day Mrs. Million and her children were present at the races. Mrs. Million and her sons, Qarnett and Glenn, aud daughters, Cecil and Hattie Lee, were in the grandstand. Rev. Logan Irvine, of Bath county, who has been the guest of Rev. Mr. Cooper, at Walnut Hills, has reMiss Helen Terrill, turned home of Terrill, Ky., and Miss Mary Ballard are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. A Belong, of North Broadway. Lexe ald notes the death at Lamar, Mo., July 4, of Mrs. Dora Maupin, daughter of Mrs. M. F. Rice, of this county. Richardson. Mrs. Jennie Richardson, wife ot Hardin Richardson, who resides on Estill Avonuo, died Sunday night, aged S3 years. She leaves four childron and a husband to mourn her death Mauii The Columbia, Mo., Her- State of Oino City of Toledo. it-b- clf. Enquirer. Ox account ll ALL PIKES FREE IN WOODFORD. Tho last turnpike in Woonford the failure to agree on a the union iron and steel county has been freed at a cost of works aronnd P.ttpburjj are closed down $10,000 for all. There are 200 miles making between 75,000 and S0.O00 luen and the original estimate of their cost was $75,000. Tho contracts have idle. And thus does prosperity prosper-atOpen the mills not the mints was been made on the supposition that ot the Republicans last year. the bond issue will carry in Novemthe 1) n the mills and the millers is the ber. The county is now carrying a so says W. P. Wal- railroad debt of about $75,000, so it shihVfleth this will be seen that taxes will be severe ton in his inimitable rhetoric. chore for some time to come. Ax old bank cashier, a venerable and lioutt-- t man, who was led ofrby the gold btamlard devil, said to the Louisville reporter. "The election of Miss Bessie Turley was at Chauand the contiuuai.ee of the gold tauqua. standard were mistakes. I helped to Mrs. Elmer Deathcrage is at home bring this condition about and the mis-- t from Lexington. ke I made is now plain to me. Since Mr. T. J. Smith, Jr., spenta few days the election I have studied the money at Estill Springs. question more than evea before, and I Attorney Moberley was in Harrods-bur- g am now convinced that nothing but bion Sunday. metallism will save our country and Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine, is improvmake our people prosperous again." ing at Louisville. The basis of representation in the Capt. W. H. Adams visited in Cleveboltocratic convention at Louisville, land, O., last week. July 14, will be one for every 200 Mrs. G. W. Pickels and daughter votes cast for Cleveland in 1S92, in- attended Chautauqua. stead of making the entire vote for guest is the Palmer and Buckuer ticket in Miss Cecil, of Danville, the of Mrs. B. L. Middelton. 389G the basis, says the Stanford Journal. In the one case there Miss Belle Harris is the guest of would be 877 and in the other not Mrs. Leon Stackpole, in Paris. very many more. The ticket only Miss Mauil Bailey, of Uarrodsburg, polled a little over 5,000 votes in is visiting Mrs. D. C. Biggerstaff. Kentucky, with Uuckncr's prestige Mr. and Mrs. W. R.Lloyd have reand popularity. The nominee of turned from a visit to Lexington. next week's convention wont poll the Miss Mary Belle Miller, of Winhalf of that number. chester, is visiting Mrs. Elizabeth The Journal adds: In a letter to Miller. the Iowa convention, Mr. Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Todd were refers to the National among tho attendants at Chautauqua Democrats as the bright light of true Democracy. There aro those, last week. Miss Duncan, of Shelbyville, rehowever, who contend that the turned on Saturday, after a visit to doesn't know what Democracy is and is so far from the Miss Mary Dogan. touch of common people that he has MissHary Pattie, of Richmond, is no idea of their condition or their the guest of Mrs. B. F. Phillips. needs. Danville Advocate. of nnjiei-caleae! war-cr- y e-iDin-patc- Lucas County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partnpr of th firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State, aforesaid and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D. , - m. July 9. at the On last Fair grounds an exhibition of speed was shown by three colts bordering very close uon phenomenal and it is exceedingly doubtful if there were ever three colts that could do the samo trick so early in the season? Mr J. J. !Neale brought out the black colt, Dark Wood, by Delectus, 2:18, dam by Nntwood, and after scoring once or twice, stepped a half with all ease in 1 :17. In a few minutes Mr, R. P. Fox, Jr., brought out Maggie Igo, a nice bay filly by Dr. Hooker, dam by Wilkes Boy, and stepped a half in 1:17$. Such time as this, so early in the season, by colts of this age seemed like a dream to all who witnessed it, and that the animal lived who could equal at t such a pair had never dawned upon the minds of the spectators, until the little bay filly Joan of Arc, i's nimble as the nymphs of old, appeared upon the scene, putting a change over the spirit of their dreams. After a little warming up Joan stepped the half in 1:16$, covering the first quarter 3G1. and but for a break just past the quarterpole.it is safe say would have set the mark some seconds lower. In the afternoon at the matinee, Joan won the race for yearling, half mile heats, time 1:22, 1:18J. Friday-morninbe-t- Remedy, " was si good one, and well treated" Mr. Lynn's vji.ee was a Htle against him, his enunciation not bijing sufficiently clear. But ho made a very noble argument anent the high duties which equip us for4he demands of ilization- - The great question raot nearly touching upon our present attitude and future prosperity is a deep well for an orator to explore upon a holiday po to speak. But Mr. I.ynu brought thence much of sturdy theory and lofty principle, as well as studious thought. Perhaps he exaggerated the seclioual difference between North and South. But the principle was all right, and met with proper appreciation from the audience. He had studied his subject well and taken a clear rasp of some of the cries which solution confront our clobiugcentury-lh- e of which h not so easily grasped and is not yet. "Upon the young men of our colleges," the speaker declared, "r?sts the weal or woe of our Republic." To him that thought opened many vistas and prophesises. To us it brought a verv pleasant prophesy one of great comfort, great promise and great hope even this, thatthose young apostles of the Republic to whoiy we had listened this day were "College men." The Argonaut said : "The Kappa Alpha fraternity in particular, and Lexington iu general, are justly proud of the great victories of the young collegians in oratorical battle at Chautauqua yesterday. Mr. Nathan Elliott, who won the firet prize, and J. T. Geary, who won the second prize, both represent Lexington colleges, the latter having been born and reared here. Both young men w ere members of local chapters of the Kappa Alpha fraternity and are warm friends. The battle between Geary and Elliott was close and hard fought. Ricks, of Georgetown; Bush, of Winchester, and Lynn, of Central University, were far beyond the average, and each made tell ing addresses. Altogether, the contest was perhaps U13- - strongest ever held at Chautauqua. Elliott is a son of Rev. Milton Elliott, lately of Madison. Kirksville Democratic Committee For Primary. Call His buTjji ct'isectionalisra Its adopted. 1st. It is ordered that aDemocrat-I- c primary ulcction be held at th? various voting precincts in Richmond. Ky., on the loih day 61 July, 1897, to .solei't Democratic condidates for Mayor, City Judge. City Attorney, City Council, a justice of the peace and constable, and the polls shall be opened from 7, a.m., to 4, p.m., in Richmond- - Ky.,on trio aforesaid day, for the aforesaid purpose. 2nd. That for the purpose of defraying tho1 expenses of conducting said primary election, the candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or before tho 1st day of July, 1897, pay to the chairman of this committee the followingsums: Each candidate for Mayor, City Judge, City Attorney and Constable. $10.00; acn candidate for Councilman and Magistrate, $2.00. 3rd. That said primary election shall ho conducted by officers to be hereafter named by this committee. 4th. That the Chairman and Secre tary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements tor holding said election. 5th. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider them-- ile more pleasant her. k SHE NEEDS A. GREAT MANY Ni yyr Things -- selves Democtnls, and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now unyears, who der the age of twenty-onwill attain their majority on or the day of tho next general election, in November, 1S97, and who de clare their purposo and intention to affiliate with tho Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote iu said prie bo-fo- re To take the place of those worn out and th- -. Whrn passed entirely out of stj-le- . them, she needs them in the mary election. 6th. That the Chairman of this committee elve public notice of this election by posting a copy of this order at each of the three voting places in Richmond, Ky., and shall publish a copy of this order in every issue of thellichmond Climax and Kentucky Register from date of adoption to time of said primary election. Dudley Tkikble, Ch'm. Rout. Baxter, See'v. And aught to have them anyv;iy, anil csj since she been so very economical ar.d you during the recent . We Doctor Furniture, i x 3kriL-- . f "hi( '?'i is'1 "'' And now you can get them at such very L( V." providing aou come to us from them, th.ii no excuse for ou not making her li:t" means homo more pleasant for yourself. Hard Tim. ; ' Our Stock is Complete And not an article but what has been bough t first of the year and entirely too many 'i.'-w- e mention each one, so just remember have anything yo ma want in the ' line and if you do not believe it. come a: yourself. I 1 various voting precincts in Kirksville Magisterial District on tho 7th day of August, 1897, to select Democratic candidates for Magistrate and Constable, and tho polls shall be open from 7 a-- in. to 4 p. m. in Kirksville voting Drecincts" for theaforesnd . At a meeting of tho Democratic furniture. We are specialists Committee at Richmond, Ky., held on the 5th day of July, 1897, tho fol- on breaks and bruises ia lowing resolutions were adopted: furniture. 1st- - It is ordered that a Democratic primary election be hold at the McCormick Bros., Jly7-l- It's the Doctor's Business to study means of making a man's broken limb well and s strong again. It's our to do the same thing for busi-ness- Don't Fowl o h Ot P ioture Moulding U1 DuUuLaUuii & ffijSV Kellcy Block, Richmond, Ky. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. 1 ft" flf Fnrnitnre and Undertakers. AtCT Vk T Lancaster 18SG. PERSONAL. h Mc-Kinl- Our neighbors at Lancaster are gosealing to outdo the world on big premiHall's Batarrh Cure is taken internally ums. These are samples: Rest harness mare or gelding, 4 and acts directly on the blood and muyears old ptid over, $35 to first and cous surfaces of the system.. Send for $15 to second, $50. free. Rest saddle stallion, 4 years old and F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. CSfSold by Druirgists, 75c under 4, $50 to first, and $25 to secjuly-7-lm A. W. GLEASON. Nolan Publir. Fair Offers The Largest Prmiums In The Stats. UOCA1U, Bicycle Races at the Fair. ond, $75. Rest N Y. saddlo mare or gelding, to first, and $15 to secany ago, $-J5 ond, ed i Br: ?3 As 1 3S &i Brower,ScotiFrazee, Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. RS m m : Hot Weather Goods In Great Variety. Lawn Furniture, : F5rSi tSS 2F1 Mammocks, Mousquito Bars, m r5SS WA rA Straw Mattings, At Lowest Prices. Low-Price- m m Y :3 d Fine, Medium and Chamber Suits, Parlor Suits, Folding Beds, Brass Beds, Iron BedSj Odd Dressers, "Wash Stands, Chiffoniers, Dressing Tables, etc. Popular 3Tinisb.es. Inspection invited. m BROWEH, SCOTT Corner M-- & FI1AZEE, Ialo aad Broidtray, TsexingUn, Ky. One of the chief attractions at the fait this year will be the bike races by our home wheelmen. There will be a a tandem race (two boys on one wheel) and several fast races. Tle fun would be enhanced by a race between Joe Bales and D P. Aimer, both candiington Leader. dates for mayor, or between Tom Arnold $35 to first, $15 to second, $50. 4 years old Best roadster Miss Laura Lynn, than whom and Josiah Simmons. Even if these ex- and over. $50 to stallion, $25 to secfirst, and there aro Tew more excellent young perts refuse to enter, there are plenty of ond, $75. Best combined mare or gelding, ladies in this community, is this good men who will amuse the crowd. any age, $35 to firstland $15 to secweek entertaining a house full of Officers of City Primary ond, $30. visitors, among those from a distance Rest walking stallion, mare or geldChairman Dudley Tribble handed us being Misses Mary and Dovey ing, any age, $35 to first, and $15 to late yesterday this revised list of oflicers second, $50. Letcher, of Cincinnati, and Messrs. J. Best fancy turnout, single horse to N. Turner, of Campbellsbiile, and R. for the Ciij Primary Court House C. D. Pattie, Geo. O. vehicle. S2" to first, $15 to second, and U. Berry, of Cjnthiana. Dozier, Judges; J. II. Kennedy, Clerk; $10 to third, $50. Sweepstake stallion roadster, $65 to Dr. Carl Wheeler having graduated Lyman Parrish, Sheriff. first, at the recent term just closed of the City Hall -- A. S. Gott, J. P. Oldham, $100. $25 to second, and $10 to third, Louisville Medical college with high Judges; J. S. Kennedy, Clerk; Buck Rest sweepstake saddlo mare or honors, has arrived at homo and is Johnson, Sheriff. gelding, any age, $35 to first, and $15 second, $50. ready for business. He will office University J. Wado Walker, Chas. to Rest double team regardless of.sex, Dr. Alcorn for the present. He Jacobs, Judges; D. with II. Breck, Clerk; R. color, or ownership, $60 to first, $25 to feels, and will practice, the import- C. Stocktou, Sheriff. second, and $15 to third, $100. ance in his profession, of having paBest sweepstake roadster stallion, maro tientsto live. Hustonville Corres- Joe Willis Will Need This Animal in the New $35 to or gelding, any ago, $75 to first, second, and $15 to third. $125. pondent in Stanford Journal. The followingisalist of tho officers A person just from- tho Nashville and: directors: John E. Stormes. Ou Friday last Messrs. J. Speed Exposition says there is on exhibition Prosident; Hugh T. Logan, Smith, R.R. Burnam and David John M. Farra, Secretary; Martin, all Past Master Masons, went in thecokred building, probably" one Louis Lindram, Assistant Secretary; tho best educated horses in Amer- Ii. E. McRoberts, Treasurer. C. I. to Irvine to confer a special degree of Walker. J. Y. Robinson, AV. O. Ows upon Mr. Hugh Riddel I. After the ica. In his compartment is a containing 20 numbers, any one ley, Forest ftnpp, H. Yv Batson, ceremony tho three gentlemen were Letcher Owsley, C. W. Frishlo. S. O. given a banquet, during which the of which he can hand you mail from Denny, Lewis i. AValker, Wmr Buras intelligently as a man. Ho can ton. Geo. D Lusk, "Woods "Walker, Irvine band discoursed music. Tho readily tell the months apart when C. A. Robinson,.!. E. Robinson. event was memorably pleasant placed before him, as well as the days Lexington Won Both. Miss Katie Smith returned borne on of the week. This animal can change Thursday last from Mt. Sterling ac- money with almost as much accuracy The Chatautjua Oritorlcal Contest companied by Mr. Harrison Thomp- as a man, from ond cent up to $10J. took place on Thursday lust, at Lexingson. Miss Smith was tbe guest in Ho was trained by a colored man wn"o ton. All the orators were present but 31 r. Montgomery of her cousin, Miss Vir- disposed of Iiim since he has. been in Wanl tioodloo, who wasou the programginia Chenault. The lattor gave a Nathville for $10,000 caBh. me through mwtukej could not be allow house party in honor of Miss Smith e.d to represent Centre because he w;is and Miss Hazelrigg, of Frankfort, Iffiss Clay Has Triumphed. First Lady not-threpresentative officially chosen Trustee in Madison. which was attended by several from by the college. Mr. Hardin Craig was this city. Madison county has a lady school the one chosen by Centre as its official trustee, Miss tLaum Clay, President representative, but hefailed to bo presMrs. Harry B. Hanger received her lady friends on Tuesday afterrioon of the Kentucky Equal Rights Asso- ent. There was cousequeutly much relast from 5 to 7:30, at Arlington, tho ciation, having been appointed ori gret expressed that popular old Centre handsome suburban home of the Saturday by Mrs. Superintendent could not have a fallowing. A& tlie oratorical champions 'drew for Arnolds. Tho hostess was gracefully Million to the position of Chairman places, the firsUoll to the Wesjeyan Colassisted by Mesdames George Co- r- of tho Board of Trustee! of the District, vacated' by Trustee lege of "Winchester, Mr. W.W. Bush, zelius, B? L. Middelton, and Miss Miss Clay's- sister, Mrs. Jr.; his subject "God's Last Creation." Beall', of West Virginia, Miss Cecil, of Hoyden. Danville and Miss Campbell, of Mary B. day, vas defeated two Thesecpnd place tojGeorgetown Cpliege, yoars ago for trustee "in tho samo dis- ;MrJ;W. B. Ricks; Bubject 4'Comp.ifi Shelbyvillo. trict. sor.sDf Mahpmmedanism Dr. F. L. JQapsloy, will go to FrankTo Miss .Clay's efforts? alone is duo Ililrtl place to Kentmik"y Stale Col-- . to read a paper on the election of women: 6n the. school Icge.Mr. JohnTrGe.iry;snbject,Evolu- fort "Obstetrics" before tho Kentucky boards of Jjxington. Prior to her en- - ti n ,of the Republic."-- Fourth !acG!o Midland Medical Society. Papers' trance into "tho Ughtrf oiv recognition xiitucky University, Mr. J.Nathan-Etwill also he rend by Dr. Giycns, of ot women as US subject Olion.td xDuty-'tlftrusteesBo interest George- haa been taken in jsucli races for- Tdeakire ot Greatness." Cynthiaua, and FUh pjacetd 'town Dr. Lapsley was graduated at twenty years. ' Central University, "Ridtooml, "Arthur ; ,J C. U-- in "'ST, while Dr. XanmTe Steele, who lira ocguainted.switb, &Lyjrm; subject "Sectionalism: Its EyiU GIvens attended Q.jL In MhM Clay will expect wnd'ejeWlipr, andjts Uffmedyr his studies iujEuropo. but Uieephere.iHrith6iTfafor, Tle'judfere,Ccl.3a&rgiVfltHiH Mr. William D. Alverson, ot Now th exeroise of the Mfei&IRtyT!oL.dlLMiM Orleans, came up .n,Monday to visit this.talfBt4Hridy.-fii?lit. JS,K.7ifcwk. "&&&$ BnSMv T? free-for-all, Post-office. Sweepstake stallion, any age, $G5 to first, $25 to second, and $10 to third, $100. Rest sweepstake harness mare or gelding, any ago, $t55 to first. $25 to second, and $10 to third, $100. to be conBest game of bae-bal- l $75 to tested for first, $25 to second, $100. Rest combined stallion r any ago, $50. purpose. 2nd. That for the purpose of the expenses of conducting said primary election, tho candidates who propobo to submit their names, shall, on or before the 20th day of July, 1897, pay to the chairman of this committee tho following sums: Candidates for Magistrate and Constable, $10 each. 3rd. That said primary election shall be conducted by oflicers to be hereafter named by this committee. 4tlu That tho Chairman and Secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a, committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election. 5th. It is ordered thatalL legally qualified voters who considqr themselves Democrats, and who will support the nominees ot this prima reelection, and all young men now years, under the aee of twenty-on- e who will attain their majority on or before the 'next general election, in Novemljer, 1897, and who dcclp.ro their purpose and Intention to affiliate with the Democratic party, shill bo entitled to vote in said primary ng Long Troubles and Consumplon Cured. Can be An Eminent Hew York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Onr Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocnra, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute care for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awav, will send TIIHEB FKEE BOTTLEb (all different) of hia New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing far them. His "New Treatment" has cured tb5usands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional dnty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is groven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts world. of the Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and lune troubles lead to Consumption. 'which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer-- O r" A H i H t S MEN'S M 3 J It i jflUEj.Lo Tan and Oxblood, Coin Razor and Bulldog Toes, Lace and Congress, Eorrner Prices S3.00 3.50 M J I I M A S u t M I taui (lea in. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postotfice and express election. address, 6th. That the Chairman of this com- ly sent. and the free medicine will be promptSufferers should take instant advanmittee give public notice of this election tage of his generous proposition. by posting a copy of this order at each of inPlease tell the Doctor that you saw his yoffer Jly7-lthe Richmond Climax. tho three voting jilaces in Kirksville aad 4.00 Now Go At $2.09 A Pair At i V shall publish acapy cf thisorderin evtry ifsue ot the Richmond Climax from date of adoption to time of said primnry election. J. B. Walker, Sec'y. J. X. Tono Ch'in. The Ring M ti it I CORRESPONDENCE. Freeman Bros., Phone, No. 21. M 1 l M ' KffiGSTON: . - Vice-Preside- nt; post-offi- ce Blackberries now ou the market at 5 cents a gallou. Wheat threshing is now in full blast in this section. Miss Byrnes, of Selma, Ala., is tho guest of her cousin, Mrs. Richard e, of this place Mr. E, C, McWhortcr, of MeWligrtcr, Ky.r was here last week aud bonght.oI James I'arkes a pair of fine mules. We failed to learn the price. Misses Adelaide Jackson and Nellie which binds two loving hearts, McKee, who wero visiting relatives an added charm to love imhere, were compelled to return homo 'to parts. The diamond flashing Loudon last week on account of sickness, from the rim, like truest love mueh to the regret of their friendrt here. can ne'er grow dim. Our fine Master Hermann. Seovillo, of Londo'p, line of diamond rings, etc., Ky.. is visiting his cousin, Master Wal- deserves the close inspection lace Azbill, here. of all wishing to thus testify Charley Azbill, who has been quite HI to the union of their hearts. with pneumonia, is convalescent. j Two hands as well as two heads are better Mr. T. C. Witt is ""now handling tlie than one. Ask any young man And when you ask him, give Turn a friendly Up that when mail, instead of 3Ir Bt relay, who has he gets ready to decorate the other" hand to We will served for the past four years.. jt " wit ha solitaire he most come get' us stone that not bankrupt-him- . He will a will be a joy to the one Boul-war', S'J Ja First 8tkh t. i! Pmrtmershipo New Be...'; o. 68 o The firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dissolved, and Mr. D. E. Shackelford will take his customers into partnership with him dividing the profits with them by selling goods cheaper than ever before. They will do business under the firm name of 9c B. Shackelf ord a .a a fair Cast your eyes in our direction. Awarded Highest Honors World's Taiirt Jewelry was never offered at such low figures. W.o give you tho chance I as long as she lives. Fox-tow- n. - - wm . DR to buy at bullion, cost: Tho designing-mus- t manu-iacturingTM- id " CREAM k'lvjLf W.Wt i paid for. No, limit to bargains, watcliesvare.cheapaud it will pay you to come In and,see. - " TXT?. ARMER, jc30-l- y The Main St. Jeweler. go un- ; e -- -- '8283,-fln-ishin- ' MOST ' mmm BAKING FREE EDUCM ION-- AneducatleH-agllarvarii.'-Tale, - .or any'sther TOlleiIoraiwitBtio! or in fp in the-Ke- r Euirlantl AMB8 Ceaeecva-- j PERFjCt.MADE rhv yean MuntAa A pwcQrape liiow-n.ir- f .i --- ? -- 4- Ht. iri 3 ?sf : -- 4 ps f--- fer; Wd .; - :; jr &wn of Tartar'PowoV..'P AmmMiC AHjoi wjmy oklm aduitoarf mem. on wchWh. wh ii "WviiA ui EuL. L.iwk-klv.f?-J fe!?JirlWdSteBoetfl,'S5? I - Andjwill be glad to have their friends call and ilee the best line of Cultivators, Double Shovels" and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, Water Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Bindfers, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fly Trans, EJy JTans and Screen Doors and Winjlows, Preserving "Kettles, Fruit Jars and: jCamV, in fact "the cheapest, best and rarest assorted lfnp. nf "" TtnilrlArs Hardware, jf grbulturai Implements and Stoves iu the Vitylf "U.all and see lor yourselves. " 3, I 4 I i." r t.-'. -- ,. : E r - . SB vn -- r sfe- - rrr ' ' ' j L " s-- s" .- -I. Shuackelf ord, to r . .fc r Successor - S. & Or. v - .' The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. Everything is being arranged for a big fair. Airs. Jce Willis will feed the crowds at tbe fair. JULY 14, - - 1807. Bicycle races at tho Pair. Lancaster has electric lights. Tr. L. J. Frpzee returned from Lou- isville lust niulit. Dr.Louis Landinan. the Cincinnati optician, will be at the Willis house Democratic City Primary to- morrow. Vote. Clyde Raybum has accepted a position as clerk with While & Gibson. Don't bother about taking a basket to the fair. Mrs. Joe Willis will run the dining room. ' Willis' Bond wagons as low as $23 at Donelson's. $35 will buy a dandy. You can't beat them. The Lancaster fair otters the largest premiums of an fairin Kentucky this year. See list elsewhere. Four or road wagons went out from Donelson'a court day, and still the work goes on. Now as the wheat is rapidly being threshed out and converted into money, let's hope for better times. During the recent hot weather laundered collars went down liko lender blossoms in a driving rain. It is thought that Collector Yer-K- c will take pus&e&hion of the revenue office on the first of next month. Seven hoine-mad- o buggies now under contract- at Donelson's Kentucky Carriage Works. Call aud see B. to-da- y. Don't fjrget that Mrs. Williamson's today. primary school opens Sept G. See noThere will bo an eclipse of the tice elsewhere. Min, July 20, visible, if clear, all over J. W. Rales, agent for Schwartz-chilthe United States. paid 4 cents for 147 fat cattle of B. Dr. Landman, oculibt and optiG. Evans, of Boyle. cian, of Cincinnati, will be at Mrs. d, J. will be a baseball same and a Silver Creek, today. Circus at Kingston tomorrow . There circus at was small blazeat CapL Speed Smith's extinguished on Friday before any A serious damage result cd. Everybody iuterestcd in Sunday Schools is invited to the S. S. Couvcn tion at Waco next Saturday. Tho in the new Govern nient building will be open for business Thursday morning post-office buck-boar- ds Six men were blown to atoms by the explosion of a nitro glycerine bomb at a railroad crossing in Lexington on Friday. Silver Creek, with Billy Letcher and Vinegar Bill as the battery, walloped Paint Lick's strong team last week in a ten-inni- ng game. A - them. be kept in Richmond. This is a little eaily to talk fall stuff". "We want j ou to think about it. b'eltle in your mind that you are going to see our hue, and that is all we want; for we will fill your wants at tight, both inqual-lt- . and price. Covington l Mitchell Judge II. L. Wilmore is among the firfct Republicans in Jessamine Jo be hinted by Collector Yerkes for a revenue place, says the Journnl. Mr. W. O. Middlcton, one of our most progressive gardeners, brought Mr. Joe Cheuault is having his to this office yesterday a head of new buggy fitted with rubber tires at cabbage, grown this year in his garthe Kentucky Carriage Works, John den, on Lancaster Avenue, that JJonelson, proprieror. weighed 8 pounds. Mr Middleton Collector Yerkes has made no always has the first and finest promise and will exercise great care in selecting his force. The office will "We want jour trade if we havn't jitbt what ou want. ege-table- The Fair catalogues, printed by this office, were completed last week, and can now' be had by calling at the drug stores. $50 will buy a handsome buggy, top and all, at John Donclson's. your money at homo and seo w hat you get. Win. O Owsley, Esq., of this Burg, is one of the directors of the Lancaster fair. The success of the exhibition is now assured. - The fair will soon be here, and you will want a nice new buggy in which to fc'ki- vour best girl. John Donelson has - Jackson and a Clay are contesting for tho nomination for city attorney. Those are good names and their owners are good men. Vote tomorrow. Tlicro is a cow in tho Slate Lick Springs neighborhood with three ears, so says Rud Dunn, but of course we can't vouch for tho statement. Tho Q. it C. will run an excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday, July IS, at usual low rates. Summer resorts are open. Coney Island, the Zoo, Lagoon, etc Championship game of ball, Reds vs. Washingtons. Ask agents or see small bills for particulars. s. got it, and will guarantee that we will keep it if we do get it, for our qualities are your kind of qualities. If you want n suit to make out tho balance of the summer, wo can sae yon dollars But bear in mind, if you want for the future, our line for fall and winter will be the greatest ever offered in Richmond. Covington & Mitchell For outing and abouting these hot davs there in nothing like being rigged out in one of our nice, light, cool, negligee shirts. Then top it over ith one of the Hopkins straw hats, and jon are prepared to stand old Sol's burning coun- tenance. Covington & Mitchell Let us hope that the abundant crop of wheat in 'Madison will bring better times locally, and that the Dr Rutherford and Rev. Ruthersame prosperity may reign every-- ford Douglas exchanged Nicholas-ville- d here. and Paris pulpits last Sunday Still ahead of them all. They week. The Kichol.asvillo people can't touch our low prices on first-cla- whom ve met at Chautauqua were as Adams Wm Floeb Mary groceries. Some may attempt much pleased with Dr Oayhart David Abbott R F Gentry Thomas it but mvaribly fall by the way side. wo of Paris were with Rutherford as Black S W TIr. Douglas, Boone Sarah Onega Sam Dull days are a thing of the past at W W Hesle Jennie who is Mrs. It's nephew. "Whilo here BonnyMollie our store. D. Chenault &. Co. Jackson Tom Clark apr2S-t- f Jackson James Rev. Rutherford Douglas preached Clark Mattie 1" Jones W F an able, eloquent and impressive dis- Croll J A Maupin J R Ihchard Gentry, Jr., has accepted a Dairies Ed Manson E D position as salesman w itli Douglas & course from tho text: "As much as Davies Moae Miller J U Delaney Joseph Miller Tom Wines, and invites his young friends to in ino is." He reminded some who Donglass Judith Thompson Mattie Kvans Dannie Watson Fred c ill on liiin when they need anything in heard him of his gifted uncle, Dr. Farley S 11 "Win. 0. Young, deceased. Paris Fiuley R B their line. JB. WILLIS, Postmaster. Kentuckian. Come, get our prices on all kinds A big cut in wages may lead to a small Have You Seen It? What? of groceries, queensware, etc., and strike at Columbus, Ind. compare tlieui with the prices of other That handsome road wagon built by goods and you will stores 011 first-clafind us to he at least 15 to 25 per cent, John Donelson. It's a beauty, and vou cheaper than any grocery house in can't heat it. 1). Chenault & Co. Richmond. School Fund Drops. w James Tudor, of Madison county, was arrested on Friday and lodged in jail here by John Broaddus, a constable of that county. Ho is .another brother-in-laof S. D. Turner, who is in jail, charged with the killing of Sebastian, and is said to be the unknown party who fired and made his n escape during tho fight last Monday, in which three brothers-in-laput eight bullets into the body of Marion Sebastian Lancaster Cor. Interior-Journa- l. w Turner-Sebastiaw The best regulator to regulatea people, Everyman lfaving a beard should keep is Simmons Liver Regulator: It regulates it an even and natural color, aud if it is sen assignee these hard times, then our the liver and the liver regulates the per- not so already, uso Buckingham's Dye friend Dick Colyer, of Corbin. is on the son. If the liver is regular then health is audapear tidy. H top wave of prosperity, as he is assignee good, but if sluggish or diseased-thebeen Two thousand dollars have ortwo largo firms in the little giantcity. there is constant Biliousness. Indigesfor the Madinouville tabernacle. Here's wishing the firms no harm, but tion, Headache and all the disorders of we hope Dick will be well paid for Iub the stomncli that one hears of. Try SimALL THS FE0FL5 work. He is a brother of the next sher- mons Liver Regulator and prove this. Should keep themselves healthy and esiff of Madison, TL II. Colyer. It pecial care should he given Co this time. Emil Alter a Wile. Presly Martin, aged seventy-fiv- e years, Health depends upon pure and impoverished diseases of various kinds are almost Emil Ilhart, who formerly assisted committed suicide at Allegree, Ky. certain to result. The one true blood his undo, Mr. L. Schlegdl,in his picWnia bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, ture gallery here, is getting rich In candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla By its power to purify and vitalize the blood it the business, as shown by this from may5 lyr has proved itself to be the safeguard of tho Journal: "The framo dwelling health, and the record of remarkable Baron llindlip is dead. recently erected by Mr. Emil Ilhart cures effected proves that it has wonderon tho Jj?xington pike makes 0110 of Few medicines have held Uieir ground tho prettiest suburban homes in Kich- - so succefsfully as Ayer's Charry Pectoral. ful power over disease. It actually and olasvillc. The site is a beautiful one. During the past fifty yoars, it has been permanently cures when all other prepaand the house a cottago tho most popular of all cough cures and rations fail to do any good whatever. jnly-7-ll- u with all modern improvements verv the demand for it to day is greater than conveniently arranged." ever before. Prompt to act and sure to Tho annual reunion of the Kentucky cure. Change in Railroad Agents. it Union soMiets will be held at Hodgen-vill- e. Louistille Methodists have pnrchnEcd Willie Wolf, young son of our follow townsman, Mr. B. Wolf, has suc- a district parsonage at a cost of $5,000. "Last pu'iiinor ono of our grand-childre- n ceeded II. R. Smith as agent of thoR. waHMc with a severe bowel troubTo prevent pale and delicate child Jen N., I. & B. railroad at Panola, Mr. from lamping into chnonic invalids later le." sHjs Mrs. E G. Gregory, of Freder-ifkMnwSmith having taken the place of II. In life, they should take Ayer's Sareapar- Mo. "Our doctor's remedy had Poston, tho well known and popular dla together with plenty of wholesome f ilctl, then wo tried Chamberlain's Colic agent at Valley View, who resigned food and out doon exerciso. What they Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which his position with the railroad to en- need to build up the system is good red gave very speedy relief." For sale by W. gage in tho merchandise business at blood. it G. White Richmond, Ky. july-7-lJoneshoro, Henry county. Will Wolf Will Almond, a "trusty" at the HenThe Christian Endeavor Convention is a remarkably intelligent lad for his derson jail, made his escRe. at San Francisco ends this evening. ago and, unlike most boys of his ago. attends strictly to all business intrusJust try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the You may hunt the world over and you ted to him. Jessamine Journal. fiti'stlher and bowel regulator ever will not find another medicine equal to f made. maylly Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarLocked Up, But She Wont Shut Up. rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. It A Chicago man was murdered near i3 pleasant, safe and reliable. Mrs. Eicc, w ho preached a sermon For sale on the streets here two weeks ago, New Orleans iu a horrible manner. by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. and who, it will ho remembered was juIy-7-lFr&ctiso Economy particularly severe on President J. H. Logan, of Cloverpoit, was electMark Hannn, trusts, com- In bujiug medicine as in other matters-I- t is economy to got Hood's Sareaparilla ed principal of the Hardinsburg normal mrST?: jemw bines, etc., was with her husband locked up at Lexington Monday. Tho because (here is more medical value in college. a than in any other. charge against her was disorderly Hood's Fifty Dollars a week easily made. Fvcry bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla con conduct in preaching on the street tains 100 doers crfd Agents wanted in every locality for Hon. will ayerage, taken after being warned not to do so, and according to directions, to last a month, W. J. Bryan's great and only book, "The that against her husband was vaFir-- t Battle," The bestseller every pro grancy. The trouble grew out of n while others last but a fortnight. duced. Agents are taking as manj as collision with tho Salvation Army Hood's Pills are the only pills to take 200 orders per week. Beware of fraud people, who did not like their meth with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy and yet ulent imitations. Send foroutfit and he- ods. efficient. It gin work at ouce. W. B. Conkey Com pany, Publishers. 341 Dearborn Stree't, Madison Connty Sunday School Union. Two people were killedby lightning Chicago. may-1- 2 2m The Madison County Sunday School iu New Ymk. Deo and Jack Turner were held at Union will hold its annual meeting on The proper wav to build health i to Lancaster under $1,500 hail for the kill Saturday July 17, at Waco. All Sunday-Schoo- l workers are invited to be present, make the blood rich and pure by taking ing of Sebastian. and all friends of the cause are urged to Hood's Sarsaparilla tho one true blood Don't Tobacco Spit and Srcoka Yonr Life Avay. pusifier. It come. 'i5S'A"r If von want to quit tobacco usiug easily Waco's hospitality is proverbial. Come Tritnblo county teachers' institute is and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new lifo aud vigor, take and enjoy the day with us. Addresses in session. tho wonder-worke- r, that makes weak men will be given by several Sunday School strong. Many gain ten pounds in tcu days. A bottle of Dr. Bell's Pino Tar Honey Over tOO.OOOeured. Buy of your and church workers, among whom are drusgist, under guarantee to cure, 50o or C. II. Poage, Secretary Madison County should be on the medicine shelf of every $1.00. Booklet and samples mailed free. Ad. home. In a sudden attack of croup it is Sterling ReinedyCo ,Cliu aco or New Vork. Sunday School Union, Jesse Cobb, w address, J. Robert Boatman, re- invaluable; allaying the irritation and The street hands at Padncah had to sponse. W. R. Lloyd, address, '"Pas- ending the danger in less time than it quit work yesterday on account of the would take to bo for thedoctor. Itstands tor's Relation to Sunday School." extreme heat. as remedy for coughs, colds Millinery at Cost. Sunday School Convention at Waeo Saturday. and all kindred diseaxes, It Miss Tempie Oldham will sell her enThe Madison County Sunday School The mad dog scare at Milion is quiettire 6tock of beautiful millinary at cost Convention will meet at Waco Sat- ing down. for cash so as to reduce the largo amount urday. The convention will bo called of goods she has on hand. Come early Vondcrful ! Uarvdous I to order at 10 o'clock and the following program carried out: June 23 1 mo. are expressions frequently heard about and get first choice. Address of Welcome Jesse Cobb. cures effected by Foley's Kidney Cure. Tho general store of Thos. O'Mara.at Response J. Robert Boatman. Do not fail to try this great remedy for Williamstown, was robbed of $100 worth Sunjiily-7-lThe Pastor's Relation to the any kiJnev trouble. of merchandise. day School W. R. Lloyd. II. Koltiusky is a candidate for Mayor We have opened the Boston Great The Ky. S. S Union What It is of Marion. Bargain Store with a full line of ladies and Why it is. and gents furnishing goods, fashionable Don't Stop Eisi I Discussion. clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musiNOON 11ECKSS. He has a bad attack of colic and is mak- cal instruments, etc. Everything at the House to Houso Visitation Why? ing for 'sdrug store after a bottle of lowest prices. Will also make special prices for the next GO days, every dav W. F. Bauinstark. How? J. Robert Foley's Colic Cure. 25c. and 50c. from 10 a. in until 2 p. m., Saturday's july-7-lBoatman. Its Value, C. II. Toage. from 10 a. m. until 9n. in. Call on me Each Kiut discussed. Music interThere is an epidemic of mumps in and look at goods. Respt. Yours, A. DOBROWSKY, Prop., spersed. Bardstown. 21 First St., Richmond, Ky. Dick Collier Prospering. If there's any money in bein-- r cho- NiR2-y)S- ? . spr. n - ed w . jr J&S t r ff(S CLEARANCE SSLE Yyn?v-- THE GREAT MUMMER AT THE Si j - Busy Bee Cash Store Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. tc-- six-roo- m n, m As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion we carry, that has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife. Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirely beyond recognition. Never in the history of this grand old eity has her sons and daughters had the opporstjlish, seasonable goods at prices that are being tunity offered them to buy real first-clas- s named on them in this Great Clearance Sak. One Lot of Beautiful "Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at 6ic. former pjice 10c per 3d., about 500 jds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful "White Ground Dimities Avith pink, black and blue polka dots will be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods fonr'-closerice 15c per yd. will be at 74c, about 600 jds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir "Wash Goods in new red ground .. ith polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth 13c. d 3iP5iH&-r5sri?- ra t ii r k t-- o ( m y, Sare-iparill- ws d& One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12ic a yd., these goods were sold at 19e a yd. .All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. "We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and everything in the domestic department at very Low Cut Prices. Buy what you need of these while they are cheap, they will soon be worth more monej--. "We have quite a lot of remenants of Bi ussels and All-woIngrain Carpets that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. They run from two to nineteen in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once before they are gone. All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Now is the time to bu- - ou a nice Carpet cheap. "We have some veiy pretty styles left to close. Everything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. "We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for yourselves. Baby Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc. Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.95, worth $0.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price $1.9S. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy'.4-- Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given awaj-- , prices so cheap. goods in every department and you You all know that we carry nothing but first-clas- s also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we sa. When we tell you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale. "WE MEAN "WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart amL we will save you some money and at the same time you will buy a great many useful things at unheard of LOW ol SkV" t All-wo- ol ! nt h PRICES. Respectfulry, m w v COMPAN V SIR? fco-- 3 S. NG MID-SUMM- jrfOJL spl$r r m List of Letters. ss Yon Tako Yonr Vacation Petitions aro in circulation all over the the most necessary article to have with state asking the Governor to pardon the you (after your pocket book) i3 a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute negro Dinning. prevention or cure of all deragpinents of Everrbodj- - Eajs So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonthe bowels caused by a change of water. derful medical discoverv of the age, p You are likely to need it. and refreshing to tho tasie, act gently "WTica cas-ajulv-7-lm nt White (M & fw 9 0 ER ss apr2S-t- f It is learned from the auditor's ofike The Carlisle Moruiay pays Dr. Young that school per capita will drop away a high compliment upon the excellence of Ins address there Inst week. lie is below $2.i0, last year's rate. It may be one of llis best all'rouud preachers in below $2. Kentucky. For Magistrate In Kirksville. Messrs. Nath Cotton and James R. One of the hottest things a man wears on hot days is a belt and suspend- Henry are candidates for Magistrato ers. Throw thorn both away for a cool- in the Kirksville precinct, subject to er day. Get into a cool shirt and belt tho Democratic primary, Saturday, yourself down, then yon will be prepared August 7th. Special Premium Offered. to enjoy yourself. We have the best line in this market. Covington & Mitchell. The Kentucky Carriage works, of this city, effers a special premium for tho Elder S. A. Owen, of Covington, Ttnn., has been called to the pastor- best harness horse, mare or gelding. The ate of Republican, Waco and Hay's same lo be driven to one of their make Fork churches, lie will locate in of buggies. John Donelson, propiietor. Tho iutenso itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Notice. Skin Ointment. Many very bad ases Cure sjck headache, bad M" cured tasto iu the mouth, coated I hereby notify nil persons' that as have been permanentlyitching by it. It is tohgne, gas in the stomach, jb I my wife, Annaainpbell, has aban- a cqnally efficient forfor sore piles and favorite remedy nipples, distress and Iridigeitlon. Do doned mo, not to sell to her anything chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites not weaken, tut have tonic effect. 2 cents. The onlj Mill to take with llood'i Eariaparllla. on my account. I shall not pay any and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. workers are on a strike debts she may contract. Fifteen Iluur Dr. Cnuj's Condition Powders, are M.iTSON Campbell. at Fulton just what a horse needs when in "bad July 1, 1S97. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and 'Attention, OH Sololors! vermifuge. They are not food but Augusta will ceTebrato her 100th an- medicine and the best in rise to pnt a The manufactures have instructed horse in prime condition. Price 25 to give a "bottle of 25c size of Foley's Col- niversary the 13th of next October. ic Cure free t the firstsoldier of tho civil Seasons Why Onam'aoilaia-- s Oollc, cents per package. was that applies for same. It is the great Attorneys for Kain Lewis, convicted Cholera And Diarrhoea Eenely remedy for Chronic Diarrhoea, Cramp of wife murder and under life sentence Seat. istns Colic and all Bowel complaints. 1. 3ccause it affords almost instant at Paris, ask a new trial. -- cod's juIy-7-lt- n and positively on kidneys, liv er and IkjwcIs, S. W Adams was elected cashier ot cleansing tlio entiro system, dlpel coldi, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation the Marion bank. and biliousness. Pleaso buv and try a box 10, 2i. .'0 1 enti. Sold and of C. C. C Quick Relief For Asthma. guaranteed to cure by ail dro;. gists Foley's Honey and Tar is guaranteed Sam Dorsey was released at Lexington to give, prompt relief in all cases of As because he was proved innocent of asthma. Do not class this with other med icines that have failed to give relief. sault on Mrs. McCann. jnly-7-li- n v Give it n trial, Gallatin county teachers institute began today at Warsaw. Is now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approval of a generous public. Same price to every one and CASH in every instance. 'Vty Tetter, Salt-Rheu- m and Kczcma. r5V NOTICE the rare bargains wo are lffering for EP all A I ? In L Fine .Goods, l"?s,. soteeecssoe Men & A suit tliat suits is worth having-- . There's fo much instriiisic worth of reaily-mad- c clothing that one is indeed fortunate to light on a genuine bargain. Appearances are deceptive, hut there's nothing fale in our suits. The sale on now i. to dwrease stock No reserve. and they must go. Genuine Bargains Suite at S3.E0, $100, $3.00, S6 CO, Si GO. Can't bo implicated for twice the money otlur places. oySm fl N- -! V'V- - -- larvest of Straw Richmond. If you want to I- The Mt Hebron correspondent of we did on S. - MidkifTaud examine his hue of barouches, phaetons, buggies and the Lancaster Record last week says roid wagons and get his prices for same. that n late rain caused tho river to The iKjoiest can aflord to ride in a vehicle get so muddy that the fish canio to tf at hib prices. people caught them Rev. Peter Vinegar, the colored divine who attracted 60 much attention by his subject "A Damned Hot Day," laid to deliver his somewhat celebrated discourse at Lexington the other day to raise enough muuey to bury his w:fe. Undoubtedly the cheapest grocery houso in Central Kentucky is D. Chenault & Co., on 2d St, Richthe surlace and with their hands. Tho fish weighed from one to sixty ouuds Night Funeral. Ire astonished call as Big Fish Caught by Ksnd. Rowland, "Wednesday night. It was his first night funeral and taking into consideration the hot weather, e mond, Ky. They handle only stand- Mr. Sharrard thinks it is a ard goods and sell them for less than time to preach them. Stanford bo called cheap houses charge for Journal. D. Chenault & Co. trashy stuff. flrst-rsit- Eld. J. T. Sharrard tells us that ho preached the funeral of James who died at his "mother's at Ho-ga- n, aprJ3-t- f To the People. ing tho Kentucky Sunday School Union, will address the Waco Convention Saturday, July 17. on "The Kentucky Sunday School Union, Why it is and What it is." Ho will also address a mass meeting of Sunday School workers on Sunday after- Prof. II. G. Brownell, represent- office of County Attorney of Madison. If elected, my rule of conduct in the office shall I am a candidate for the noon at 3 o'clock, at"tho First Presbyterian church, Richmond, on. a live Sunday School topic. Let the public attend both of these gatherings. I am a candidate for City attorney of Richmond Ky. subject to the action of the Democratic Party. If nominate i and elected it will he my constant endeavor to represent the best interests of the city. be, "equal and exact justice to all people; to the rich and poor alike." It shall be my constant endeavor to secure a prudent and economical Administration of It the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus viser," profusely illustrated. reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I Mason Job ubou was stabbed, and fasolicit your aid. Grant E. Liiia tally wounded by Daniel Dale at Rock-por- t. jt relief in case of pain iu the stomach, colic Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Wheat is steady, but slightly lower. aud cholera morbus. Select Primary School at her hpiue on 2. Because it is tho only remedy that Seventh st. the first Monday in SeptemThe full jnlensity of living is reached never fails in the most severe cafes of ber. Your patronage is solicited. only by the perfectly hcalthlv. Sickness dysentery and diarrluea. june-30-- lf discounts the capacity for enjoyment. If 3. Because it is the only remedy that his body is all out of order and George N. Jesse, of Owensboro, says will cure chronic diarrhoea. " he will not he able to enjoy anything, no there is nothing in tho report that he 4. Because it is the only remedy that matter how full of injoyment it may be will rurufor the State Senate. will prevent bilious colic for other people. If heis just a little bit CAscAnETSstimulateliver, kidneys and 5." Because It is the .only remedy that outiof order, if he "is not sick, but dosn't bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. right" he will only be able to will cure epidemical dysentery. feel just mavl-l- y G. Because it is the only remedy that 10c way. enjov thingsin always be depended upon in cases R. M. Jolly, of Iryington, is being imThe nearer ho is to being perfectly well, can portuned to make tho race for State Senwill his capacity for enjoy of cholera infantum. the nearer 7. Because it is the" most prompt and ator on the Republican tickenf ment be perlect. If this condition doeen t most reliable medicine in use for bowel exist, something oughtto be eOnc. Tnat complaints. means nine cases iu ten the ute of Dr, B. Because it produces no bad results. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It , 9. Because it Li pleasant and safe to organs, works directly on the digestive take. The partnership heretofore existing between and on the blood and through these on 10. Beciuse'it has savedlhe lives of M . B. Arbucklo and Cyrus Douglas, under the every tissue of tha body. It makes the firm name of Arbuckle &. Douglas, dealers in and Gents' Furnishing. Ooods, appetite good, digestion and nutrition more people thaaany other medicine in Boots, Shoes by mutual consent July 1, 2897, was dissolved M. B. Arbuckle retiring. All accounts due perfect aud supplies rich, red blood to all the world. The 25 and 50c sizes for sale by W. G. said firm must be settled at onceABBUCKLE.. the tissues, building up solid, healthful M.B. july-7-llyll-3White Richmond, Ky. CYRUS DOUQL.VS. flesh. Btamps to Send 21 cents in ono-cenWrorld's Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo. T?. Y.f and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page ' Common Sense Medical Adrun-down, ? ll(tM no .;- - ;.. mr 111 3 tl .t liRltltV yvjMiKtt L -- JM'&Z. mm M LS iRS In a city is queer. But we're cutting Staw Hats and the harvest is here a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. Shoes In Every 7"!r--w-y Styled 'I vW xuimu'M7j W..,( w ... .r.vtxiifii 7 ' ZL tOtfttW, "ilV, At one price to all alike. There are shoe stores which keep one or two of the shoes we have, but thore aro nono that keeps the variety in foot wear SIM iiii! Dissolution Notice. ens 'ants " mecca for all who are looking for fit and excellence Shoes 25 that other shoe stores maiishln. Seo our $L 25, $1.50, $175 and cent, mora money are asking 25 per for. nuicuumivc.i'iui . What's Your Need ? A choice, "111 take the neck Biyk i or qnality anil worK- - fi i Kt w CLOSING OUT The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the ple, of Madison county. or nothing said the collar to the cuff." "Well,rilbeclose to hand," replied the cuff, and peo- L,6olcJat ' Off For Canada. t Rev. Dr. Young left yesterday for Toronto. Canada, to attend the International Epworth League Convention, Four minietcis from KenJu'y 8. tucky are on the program; Dr. Young is one of them, and his subject is '"TemRespectfully, perance and Civic Righteousness," and Gitkkn' Clay. it is safe to say that his'5000 hearers will Sunday wo lieard a fellow be treated to a powerful address. Dr. "Last say he was not going to "preaching You.ig goes via Lake Erie steamer from becaiiFe it was too hot." This same Toledo to Buffalo, thence by Niagara old sinner sat in the crowded court Falln aud Lake Ontario to Toronto. Afrodm during the entire Turner trial, ter visiting Thousand Islands he will re wedged in the sweltering crowd and turn overland by London, Ontario, to neer showed i ho least sign of fatigue. .Detroit, "thence home. Tho trip will Mr.-thousand-mile- s. Several times ho was Been sitting on cover about thrco A.ljangford, of this county, will ac- Curios the sharp back of the bench. ity will catch 'em wheaa good ser- - ownpany Dr. Young; and thus Madison. ....,.,.. , . w. won, sweet music juiu'cainiortsiuiw - wuui XaBewtej?; BewWy of 50,000 persona fiom. all parts surrounding can net. T -- - I dJ iftAwwld. jAecuru. ,. . i if 15-1-- If a small bottle of Shaker Digestive Cordial does you no good, don't buy a large one. "Prove all things; hold, fast that which is good." It's not good foe everybody, only for the thin, pale, sick, weak, and weary. For those who are' starving for want of digested food. For those who cannot get fat or strong, because their Btomachsdo not v ore as they ought to. These are the people, millions of them, whom Shaker Digestive Cordial will cure. Food makes ttrengtli, innsclc, biain, 'blood, euergy after it is digested. If not .digested, it will do you no good at all. . Shaker DigcstiAe Cordial helps "your stomach to digest your food and cures in. digestion permanently. When you've tried a small bottle, you can tell. Trial tottle;l& 'f Sold by. P.ric- - Regardless of price everything in our liae MJJST GO. We hare thermit complete line of TLedgers, Journals, Writing Papers, Tablets, Ink, etc., in town. All kinks ofTurses and Card Cases at your -- m A I r-- Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 cents. Boy's Knee Pant Suits-4Men's Slices 80 cents. Ladies,' Shoes 80 cents. A Beautiful JJine of Calicoes from 3 to n cents. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. Duck Suitings 9 centst? a yard up. r l vj oauors jjaqies rii ?i. iram o cents ii C1 Carpets from 50 cents to $l"a yard. 20 cts per yd. Straw MaEtingsJrom 12i 9 -- these Prices:worth $8.00 Hen's Suits for $2.50 U 3 -- r i . ff - l-- ?...-Bruss- u H so they were satisfied. That's the way with our customers, no matter what their fancy may dictate, we please them. Unddrwear. Hosier', Xeek-weand Shirts of every description and-- at prices that, can'tlje reached by others. -- m ar own price. 2 Barg ins Now! Bargains ForeVerl W r- if For. Good Values at Low Prices See .J j - - - i TJl iff Town,. . KH i. - T Boa's. OM8tMdrIUclu"HHi; " r . -- ." Kji' " K. , 1 e(i. , it, ".-- T r r U ,r . a- - J I -ss w ji-- - au: k. -- . tfa.1 "....i. KjaifflffOfeaw,I., t'' -- .2 j I'k - ' " 32' . w.. T !L fc r-- - V v WZ'&y it's. -- 44V-'B- .i 1 rf4A, it A, jr t ' &:vf. :WV ., fc-- -- - XT W ",- ., ..;-- ? & - I"' ' ? -- , j . "j " - J1- - ''' J '-- r.- - j-- W i- -- , ti The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- KENTUCKY -- NEWS'. t tht 511 - WILL StLL OUT. IV 111 .a Itr. Y ttt-- Common Front All Vatts of 'filth. Nat Kutnrn to Slmptoi aunlf Slct Mllltlnuinn. Lexington', Ivy ,July7. C.ipt. Longr-Jtn.r- o Parilonrd Dlnmii There is no word so Full of Meaning and about which such tender recollec- SOLDIERS BEATEN. Cipr, G ilncn ant r,;t. Gordon WonndeJ FnANKMN, KENTUsKf GUARDS Scare rotlCB JUDGE. "Wo are authorized to announce H. of C. Rioe a candidate for Police Judge of Richmond, subject to tho action of the primary July 15. FOB TOR CITY ATTORNEY. inn; Girl l.itn l - F nliitlnc Fit jj 3 5 are authorized to announce Greex Clay a candidate for tho office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. "Wo aro authorized to announce J ior Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy., Citv Attorney, of Richmond, Subject to the action of tho Democratic pasty. "We FOR MAYOR. Richmond, subject the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce for J. R. Stouffek a candidateto the Mavor of Richmond, subject action of the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce J. IV. of RichBiles a candidate for Mayorthe Demmond, subject to the action of ocratic unauthorized to announce D. P. Armer a candidate for Mayor of to tho action of Wc tarty. FOR COTJXCILMEN. L. Perky a candidate for Councilman from University Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, July 15th. We are authorized to announce Henry lying at her homo in a very critical condition from the result of a scare by a squad of soldier The young lady g visited- Fountain Ferry purlc, where the encampment is being held, in company with several friends. Not knowing the rules, she attempted to walk through the picket llnes.whcn a squad of soldiers, in fun, charged on her with uplifted guns. She fainted and had to be carried to the encammpont hospital. The 'Ihird regiment, which has been in camp for a week, will leave .Monday night. A bread riot marked the advent of the regiment. Gen. Coilisr announces that before leaving Monday he will issue an order depriving about Tift maw rt tVim - Rllnrlpt frnm til!. if tl state or else wdl send them to jail to J serve out its equivalent in labor for f the county. ITe also issued a general order that n fine of S per day be im- poised upon all absentees from the l camn. A court martial will b held, i after the regiment returns home. The Second regiment will arrive Tuesday morning and go into camp for a week. 1 his regiment is composed of nine companies from nine of the principal buie grass cities, among them. Lexington, Frankfort, Winchester. Harrodsbourg, Barbourville and Falmouth. CoL E. II. Uaithcr, of Ilar-r- o Isburg, will ba Gov. Bradley will review the regiment. TO ESCAPE HIGH RATES. t- Louisvillk, Ky., July 12. Miss lint- of IS years, Is tie I lite, a pretty of CoL Oaither'u stall', returned hero Jl'ues'lny afternoon from Franklin, .where the Wincnestcr anil Frnaklin compnl-- s hava ben guarding the Negro ISeorga Green Linnm- -, tried .and sentence I to seven voir' impris onment lor Uiltinir Jo. lit: Conn, tho Jcaders of tho laud of regulators who "visited his home one night last winter. U hrce m 'miK'rs o! the guard wre Holt behind, too ill to return home, and Stcwnrt Gordon, of Lexington, and Rpgimental Surgeon Duvill, tf Frankfort, remained to care for thitn. Uh men a e Privates Quinn and isnitli, of an f thief Trumpuler l.ronnugh, lllSPcife tions duster as that of '"MOTHliR' she who our helpless infancy and guided our first totter- inir watched SLep.J the Winchester company. through tho foot, Baxter shot him-elwhiie CJuinti an l Jones have fever. Dinn.ng will not return to faimpson county if no ia pardoned, but will sell Ins land, his house having ban burned iKince. his nrrost, und m.ike his hum.! in nxtother part of the .state. the Frank ort company, and Private .Baste', -- o'. mw m pectanx , &$? ViHi'BI 1 VThc life cf ldvtl, every Ex- - , f "Mothes b nena Mother is beset with danger. , tt A YATEHSPOUT 1 and Ntahviltn Ituml Unlnoer and Fireman y lluru Serlom Louisvii.i.k, Ky., July 7. A special to the 'limes from Kicimond, Ky., L nusville and saj-s- : The bouth-boun- d Cmusm a Wreck ..n the Lualftyllln We are authorized to announce S. P. DEATHEUAOEa candidate for Councilman from the University Precinct, subject to ;he action of the Democratic party. e are authorized to announce "W. D. Arnold a candidate for Councilman in the University Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic N Kentnrby tThlsky Men May Form in- primary, July 15. We authorized to announce Cai "Iaciin a candidate for Councilman subject in Citv Hall Precinct,July 15. to the rtuinnnrcitic nrimarv Wp are authorized to announce D. R Tkvis a candidate for Councilman of Court House ward, subject to the action of the primary election July 15. We are authorized to announce J. "W. FkeBsian a candidate for Counsubject cilman in Court House ward, election to the action of the primary July 15. We are auf homed to announce Geo. PiriCEUS a candidate for Councilman in Court Hotii-- precinct, subject to the primary election, July 15. e We are authorized to announce .7. for CounA. Mersiion for cilman in the City Hall precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, July 15. We are authorized to announce C T. Wells a candidate for Councilman in the City Hall precinct, subject to the Democratic primary. July 15. "We are authorized to announce John R. Girson a candidate for Councilman from the University Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR MAGISTRATE. J. U. Henry are authorized to announce a candidate for Majris-trof Kirksville Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic party, on tlie free turnpike ticket." AVe are authorized to announce N. R. TURi'iN a candidate for Magistrate in Richmond precinct, subject to the primary election, July 15. "We at agreement is reached between the executive committee of the Kentucky of Fire and Tennessee . Hoard regarding' a reducUnderwriters tion of the whisky rate, there is no Mudoubt that thj Distillers' Co. w'.ll be tual Insurance 1 he promoters of the mutuai sompany encountered a constitutional barrier forbidding1 a charter save tinder certain conditions. Tho result of an attorney's investigation, however, is that the distillers l. ay organize an Insurance company and operate it in. Kentucky without fear of mtcruption. Chuutauqn Kul It Work. Lexington, Ky., July 12. The Kentucky Chautauqua closed its eleventh annual meeting. It wjs feared by many thtrt the meeting just closed would bo the last, the association having been unable to rcaSze sufficient, money to pay off any of the debt, Euouga which amounts to was made on the meeting, however, to pay the annual interest and defray the expenses of the programme, aiut lovers of the institution cam: to tho front with subscriptions for stock in sufficient numbers to raise about thu 15,000 required. Chargt-Preferred ATnlnut Mllltlmn. Lexington, Ky., July 12. Ildir has pre'erred chnrirc ngims. member-- , of Company L, hVuin k State guard, of thu, city, auegmg tint . y the militiaman stole L has been onpuar.i at t.iu grounas ever since th- - upenin sf the present session Lf.jun iluo that they have stoVen more than .. dozen chickens from h:m an t inn than two dozen from his ucignlor, Mrs. Falconer. Warrant will probLi-fochic-ceu-.- unnrs Copipny. LocisvaLl.n, Ky., July 12. - If no Nashville ptsjnirer trim, waich left C.nclnnati at s o'clock Monday night, was wrecked at Harris station, near here, at midnight. "d the track A waterspout had wa-out at this point aud the train, which was making a low r.ito oi speed, was ditched. Ihe pascugers e;cip:d injury, but Engineer John Clar.c and riremau Frank Uutter were seriousiy injured. darn's face was scaldn in a fcar.'ul manner, lluttcr's head was torn ami bruised. The men had to be dug from 'lhe under the dirt and coal hcap afending physician thinks they may recover. Both n. e residents of Covington. CHAUTAUQUA GRADUATES. 1 so assists Nature in the change taking place Uiat the Expectant Mother is pnnblpd to look forward without dread to the hour when she experiences the t insures safety joy of Motherhood, to doui moiner ana umu, anu tnc found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth easy," as 50 many have said. Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but I , Mother's Friend ff "My wife mCfprpd raoro in tea mlnntMWllh either of her otli.T two children than sUo diJ Rltogothor with her last,hivlng previously used four bottles of "Mother's Friend." It Is a bloss-Ii- ir to snyono cxiP0tin(5 to Inscome a mother, gays a customer." IIkndeimo:; DALE,C&rcil, UL Smt br MI1. m rccel-- t of pri. Iio f ER DOTTLE. lkxk'Tn Ez;uanC Mnthert" mailed In, contlin.li valuihle Information and vuluaMrjr usttmonulfr. THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.An.ANTA.GA. SOLO CY ALL DRUGGISTS. . Dlplnuins AwitrdfMl lu T1iom llnvltif; Cum pi I l w;.s reeovrnitimi lay at tne Kentucky Ch.iutauq Ian and four IuIum wera given diplomas for competing t.io '1 hey are Mfs LliautJuqui course. Lkmnoton, Ky t'lf , CHiim- - June 7. fuediy Uai-pan- C.ian-tauq- ua -- S'erling; Gaitskill. Mt ft: K Brown, of Warsaw; Mri. Mis Jn ia Rece aud M.ss Jennie C.osthwaite, of Lexington. Fifty little ch ldren, dressed in white, with wreaths in their hair, marched in the ne through the golden gites. followed Rev. by the Chautauquan graduates. licorge M. Brown dalivjre the and Dr. D.vidou delivRev. Thomas Dixered the diplomas. on, jr., of New York, delivered his second address. Kentucky Fonrth-Clit- s PontmnstT. Washington, July 7. Tne following t'nir.h-clas- s postmistcrs for Kentucky were appointed Tues lay: B asfieM, Madison county, N G. Todd, vice W. E. Blanton, resigned; Holificld. Graves lO'inty, Divid Frazicr, vice J. M. Holi-- l eld, resigned; Ncal, Hickman county, Lucy Mullins, vice L. V. Bostwick, resigned; Scale, Marshall county, C. II. Pace, vice M. B. Pace, resigned; nady Grove, Crittenden county, J. G. Aslicr. ice J. I) Elden, resigned Aebb ' 1 1 ss family, who reside about IS miles northeast of this place, met death in a burning building Tnesd ly midnight. It is believed the building was set on fire by incendiaries. 'J he following are thoc who perished in the flames: Hugh Joeson, the father; Mary his wi'c; Fann:e Joeson, a daughter years old; John Joeson, a sou 10 year-- , old; a daughter b year. old; laffP-e- , a daughter tt old. All were found Wednesday in the burning debris. The family had had tome trouble with noar neighbors. 'I he Bell circuit court is in session, and it will tako tho proper step, to investigate the matter. The family was prominent, and the case will be investigated by the present grand jury." It is believed by many citizens of the community that the bui dings caught on firj by negligence of the family, j who failed to extinguish the kitchen fire when they retired to bed. The bodies were indistinguishable, but ' enough was found to show thev are tho bodies of the Joeson family. nnd 1 1 I FAMILY OF SIX 'i. J to Dntli lu Thlr Homo. Ilancil rinavlllp, Ky. Plxr.viLi.r Ky., July a Hugh 1,'cnl .foe-so- n 1 Joe-so- n, ably be Issued. Four Moonshlnom (JapturiL Kevcnue BnATT vill"e, Ky.,.Iuly Agent J. W. Colyar, United Mates Marshal George Drake and L & Detective Joe Johnson raided a still near l'oscs creek, and, after a desperate fight, arrested Jack Keesc, John and Kill Kotncr and Joe li muuu-shincr- 'a l. Opposed tn the !n? &hltr. Lr.riNr.TON. Ky . July 7 The dog sl.clter here is having trouble. Councilman Oots threatens to bring about a split in the city council or have tho institution abolished. Monday afternoon the councilman paid the keeper, Mrs. Davidc, a visit, and a lively scene was witnessed. It was stated that the dog shelter had to be closed for a while. Thirty-Knur R. N. !, & B Hi Br McQueen Miss L. May me Stout, stenographer, die J from 12. FRANuroRT, Ivy., July 7. For tho 18 dnys in June that Lieut. Gov. Worth-ingto- n has act.-- as governor he l'irlii. Wili.iamsduro, Ky..July a. The examining trial of Daniel Curry, merchant, who shot and killed John traveling salesman, at Corbm, June 21, was concluded Wednesday morning. Curry was held without bail. The defense did not offer any n evidence. John W. Yerkcs, the republican politician, appeared as attorney for Curry. Fifteen attorney, are employed in the case. Nothing startling was offerc in the way of evilenee, but sensational features are expected at the citcuit court trial, winch has been set lor August 1(5. Cor-ley, weli-know- DANIEL CURRY IIvl.l Without Hull for the Murder Cnrl-y- . TrTolInc; Slmm-m r passing the jail to halt.- They refused rfvW." Jt was and ho fired his pistol. They escaped, day morning. that thent nrst erronea ,'cv minutes later, when he and onslyupposcd Ciemeyer. reiaolns wen but thoau-joa driver foi dltiiiry g in an a Sjrgt. Gordon was phinhijfinill in Newport. Coronet alley, three men assaulted them. 4 Capt. Gaines was knocked down, fccrgt. ,T ino;;ly viewed tho bo ly. The coroGordon struck one man and broke In; ML'r bedered that the bo ly was that ol n strahger, who had b en at. Nrwiir1 gun in striking tnu other Capt. Gaines was rendered unconscious and "lately, and had been acting queerly. a Wh5te J&Mi n: a A M7trliiu4 Kivrr Marr. had a hole shot through his cap anJ I.ouiaviti.K, Ky., July 'J. 'Another Crow's Tad, or , ROO P coat. frergeant Gordon was shot through tho coat. C pt. Gaines is suf. mysterious murder was dcovered in Bkyclo from Casting, (j s Icring greatly from injuries in the this city Thursday morning. An unT1,e MONARCH head. Their escape from worsj injury known map was found floating in the river at the footof lhirty-fonrtseems miraculous. slrecl For the Immediate Belief by Thomas Ne.idy, a bargo tender An feuu lay evening Private Baxter, carrying a pistol In the scjbbard, started ugly gash was traced ncios his throat, -- nd Positive Cnre ot to his old quarter. The scabbard and various oiner cuts, b'n - n.iu broke an I thu pistol fell, striking a stabs show cjiicluivly iha.t thu man . roelt an I firing. The ball too'c effect had met a violent death. The lull arm from the elbow wn iiUslug in Baxter's uu.de, inll cling a painful -- " but not wry serious wound. Mniiy Fr f atrailfti at l.ont.vll'e. ty ArS3 Private Qjinn is l iter. " ' Louisvillk, Kf., 'July u - At i Indorsed by phvsJciacsof the highest standing. S3 dox. 25c. per Dkuccists. rego'clcckjThurs lay inc lrlv. llBiths i'riun llo.t t LouUvlll'. ) Fob Sals bt ali. Oily one death Lou:svii.lk, Ky., July 0. There were istered 07 degrers. r.. . . mr -- resulted from the intense nest Thursfro-.R.H.HUNSTOCK CHEMICAL CO., ot tho heat Sunday, five them resulting' fatally. day but there were d izers id prostra! HANNIBALJVIO. ot tho tions. The temperature out in the aho,eho died from thls inay2ii-Cheat were: John Soete, Warren lol- - State was higher than in thin city, Pa - ID bert, Marie Ford, Michael Hinds a'id ducah com'ng to tne fore with the ' ' e an unknown man who was found at highest rcnings Tnren death, have 2 READY TO We want bright Fifth and the river. Besides these been rep.ted from tho state outside $ Ww5'-;cases there were eight other cases of of I.nssv.lle, with htindredi of business men R i?" it) 5 J . i prostration. to represent us "it t The hottest Sunday was 09 degreos everywhere 9. Thursday Lexington, Ky.-lmone. Suuday night the at Iialf-paKu Ii Liiirel Street Our f.iclorv 011 "ColIc-.Day" at the KenMicky measure was 93 at seven o'clock, lhe was iiiond "is now rmiiiinir, and we are Tt weather bureau promises some re ief Chautauqua. Among tho Central Kenprepared to Ii orders for twist of the through the medium of local thunder tucky institutions represented were MONARCH CYCLE CO., Kentucky univerRitr, Lexington, by J. showers. N. Elliott; Mate Cullene, Lexington, "Pride oi Richmond," New York Chicago Lcndon Aaulloil lly i Xejrn. by John T. deary; Georgetown college, Ky., July a Widow MaLfxinoton, ria McCaun, aged 70, one of Fayette by William B. Kicks; Center college, and "D. M. II Danville, by Hardin Craig, and Cencounty's wealtniest women, was astral univerdty, Richmond, by Chester saulted Monday night by an unknown nprU Kegro. She was alone in tho front Arthur Lyiinc. oi Kxpr-- .) room of her home, on Winchester pike. Ar;tiit Rublie 1. The Xegro carried her to a cabin, but Mt STti:..i.Mi, Ky., July '). James she fought him off. He choTce J her II. Wood, the Adams Evpris agent llramis, three grades. W enn savejoii will GIYES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, several times She is prostrated from here, was roblted of s"U and a gold nionrv Send iimi tii.il onler; joui'pc-cialHIGH GRADE WORK td nith product. the shock. The sheriff and deputies lie ha I t ken his money be i! ple.iM'd to our from toimtry watch. Consequently Is best for the Dealer to handle. liear aro hunting for the Negro and think home to be uaed in payment of hulne Send for thev have a clue. Cjj'-bill, and leit his House nliiiiit the A Full Line, of j' Ross, White time of thu arrival of a tram from the YVwnM liinc- - for Ills Horap. BUGGIES, Catalogue and II ..n.tt.LiM.. west Thursday innriiiii. Within a I'l IIMONP. KV. t..l .jui iiAniti't'aui i.w, Prices. SURREYS, O.vens, a farmer, residing .seven miles few moment', afur lea ting the house Uft. PEFPE.TS PHAETONS, this place, ha a horse killed by the robbery occurre troiu " J3.ti; J:.a "v . rr - t-.a lightning a few days since, and will lim Hut to Work. ROAD 'WAGONS, ieB&f.-BPKdWork br.ng suit to recover the value of the Path (ii, Ky., July 0. The heat tV KTrPAI14 &c., &c. lJ&& GuartiHte, l. wave is caiisingsulTering a. I over wet animal. Hisstocc has been trespassf 'SN A i.,rxialoarj rv!'Jlrt'up. '"prr en, oct t.W 'ISC j ty 'JWKrttV 'JVW criy or piuiw j- reing on his neighbor, Houston Graves. Kentucky Many prostrations are llU'il lUi Xs t I DOVETAIL laT c. lnlrRt- - then oralis. JcGraves caught the horse and tied it ported, several lalal. Two hundred am Xj vit or :jnjerii Inillutiun-rot .to to a tree in li.s own barn lot. In less men employed on the Illinois. Central ImI nt .tti wnniH r Sfit 4r if. CRAWFORDSV1LLE, 1ND. Manufacture 1 v . than an hour lightningstruck the tree, below here struck Thursday, declar r ' .ncrt mir;ir Salesr vm VK r't.i it '.rui '. killing the horse instantlv. ing that they could not work in such I IHN, DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IH THE WHITE. hK. .11" t . 2i : weather. Thrashing creus are abanKfuc!cy t'oal l'onl l,oll" S,ill by .icliii. nnd Drus; Co. nul Vv doning their machines in the wheat Lr.xi.NC ton, Ky.. July 0. It is stated n. White here that a plan is on foot to pool the fields. I tltlon for llliiiilug' 1'ariliin. imcie-itwestof tho coal operators of S3SSS53-iSsn!j.- . Lexington, Ky , .June 9 A petition ewwV-WV- ' ern and central Kentucky. If the Ecnenic goes through this will unite was circulated Thurslay morting ask- $ SOMETHING over S".2,000,000 worth of property, lhe ing Oov. Bradley to pardon Negro rompanies intensted are the Central George Dinning, who shot and U lied Coal and Iron Co., the St. Bernard, Jodie Conn, a iiiemli of tint Simpson OUGHT TO Mcllenr.y, Taylor, iiliams. Hillside, county mob which, it is alleged, was Many uco- t rcenvillc. Crab 1 ree und Carbondale trvjnc ti murder DuuHm.-, cuinj.anie. THU MARKaTS. Hair. Jt.zir Conretled In Lexington. Ky., Jnly 0 A brand C15.CIXXATI. July ia new tnin in a oonceale weapon cac Sprlnz faa-t3 6&.t.7i. spring colorwhen Minnie turned tip family. lUr3.ii: 60. pucut; it ed was arrested for carrying conceal& I Jt. winter ttent, iai c , 3 7iU5; ed weapon. She was carrying a razor famllr. extra. t.7tJJ0i. low rye. northuuslcrn. f3 c, in her hair and when the officer took do city, t:.5a4. her lint off he discovered the razor alt(. New WnLAi ndli g. '5c. Xa I nestled away in h r eurlv lockred. oid, track, uc - night Ky., July 0. Saiurdaj Capt. Gaines ordered some mer Newport, Ky., July .. The body oi an unknown man, who baa been evidently dead for some hours, (was found In a pasture on the L.eingN plkn, olrvHt rnilltt Kf,llth nl llilu- - V" nlrv rPlin-- a -"- -- U'lknn " Man Fou nl 0nn1. I You Can't HEADINE Make y.c k: Great German Remedy, DR. PETER FLUCK'SK- - pa-sin- - i$&tw&W hi f0&f Jb& JP 0 h J?) "" t -- tit NEURRLGIfl. Look V3 f " e!tt fin Under the Eoaoiel r - n.f?Ljf i - -- K- - -r- l'-- f. SUPPI .YTHETl iUL 111 I Hs iff' y 3t c CVC'S'&eO' " &&m&mw&&&&&&&''&&&&3i "I JMb" lt incr-li.ini- s. iv, -.. T.- crrj T 1 1 i;rw I a PIL 1 , "'T LIUfL. AA VJfw fe r7 - M.i -- COMPANYrrfeCar.X X 1 s t . Every Merchant USE. 11- -r 1 Fl-ou- y, i L Kr-u- 2 - 1 re-sor-ed Time Table No. 2, Taking Effect un- day, May 2, 1S9G. ' 2d Clas. 1st Class. Louisville, Ky., July Fatal Itlcyrlo AccmtnU east bound. I No. 1 No3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A M. 16 SB 11 99 11 25 11 " '. P Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million Richmond Union Moberlev. Hra-,sfiel- d 6 7 8 6 P.'M. 12 12 12 12 1 13 16 35 05 11 58 M 57 36 00 13 8 30 A.M. 8 10 10 11 55 12 55 20 48 x injuries sustained the She was riding tandem Iteese, when they were fractious horse. An performed from which rally. night before. with Lvan lt run into by a operation was she could not Shoot-inc- Family Quarrel LculK to u 1'ataC ;. II P. M. 12 50 1 03 2 00 2 15 3 20 . 30 Panola Irvine west bound. Imne No. 2 j No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun P. M. A. M A. M. IVM. 30 55 2 00 1 1 Stillwell fatally shot Had Katcliffe at Bray's Mill, 15 miles from here, on the Rolling Fork. They had a family quarrel. Stillwell gave himself up to the authorities. Koth men are about fifty years old and have families. Net Haves, Ky., July 12. Starret Panola 3 40 4 2 . Rrasfield Moberley. Union Richmond. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles 6 05 9 20 C 31 6 5S 7 55 2 11 2 17 2 35 4 00 4 15 4 40 5 30 4 40 5 10 S 15 5 40 5 00 5 30 5 57 48 8 35 C Want a Naw County. Gratson, Ky., July 12. Olive Hill is back of a scheme to form a new county called Olive, with its seat of justice at that place. The counties proposed to, bo laid under tribute for the territory are Carter, Elliott, Lewis and Rowan. PTM. j A. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W ROCK, Train Dispatcher. AY H. ADAMS, Superintendent A. M. P.M. They are in arms against the plan. Urotht-rFougnt With Knive. Lexington, Ky., July 12. David and Thomas Brown, brothers, fought with knives In Brucetown, Sunday nighu Tom was severely cut in the throat. Dave was cut on the face and arm. The cause of the trouble was the affections of a dusky damscL ' a CURE AJAX F&iliCE 2Jem etc- caused ory.ImjKJtencx, Sleej by Abuao oilier .Excesses and cretion. Tftry quickly and ad murrly restore Lost Vitality in 01doryo-n3.-i.fit a man for ctndy, business or marriage. trr?vt"-ipPrefit Insanity and Oonrmmntion it Lknn l itima. Their nee nhows immediate imeroYS- other mdntand f fleets a CUI1E where all Tahl-st- s fail In-- lt They cpon harlnc the ffennfne Ajax e haTa cured thousands and trill core too. We cire a written Eoaranteo to 5Hect a core fyi rTQ ia each case or reXnnd tiio money Price ww U 5 O per, fall treatment) for t2S0. rtoekace; or ix iktr j mail, in plain wrapner. npon receipt of price drcnlar ME A MAM MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY .jiXJtrrrott xiir leasees, or India Lexington, Ky , July 12. Pnilip E Yeiser, aged 83, who diel at Danville Friday from sunstroke, was buried hc-- e Saturday afternoon. He was a merchant for large fortune. gS1 Fifty Yir a Merchant. 00 years and amassed a Dropped Drad From tho Ilenu 12 On account of the intense heat, Jennie Elkins, a Ashland, Ky., June - AJAX REMEDY The CO., For ale in Richmond, Ilcrndon. Ky., by Hagan faW-l- y '"gl" &. oCycle K r rr?aM,-itS'"i- Lebanon servant girl ia the employ of E. C. Roll, dropped dead here Saturday. Her parents live at Sher.rfan, O. Innrct IVit in West V rjlnia. Huntington, W. Va., July 12. There is great alarm among the farme-- s throughout the Upp?r Big Sandy valley and along the Twelve Pole and Guyan rivers owing to r.n insect pest. Entire farms are being devastated and thousands of acres of corn are bein destrorciL Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. 1BI1 ff v (git P 1 A healthy wo-- . man will always find Love. Health and Beauty are twins that do not have to seek far or long to find Cupid. It is the woman who suf- Price, $7o.OO. Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 f Manufactured by H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. JfffltMill .....HE 00 PATS .C33Si THE.. FREIGHT. ...TOD PAYFOR THE. DRINKS. MO. S SEGOWD STREET. r PboaeJfo. 3. . JIGHIQSD.KY. powrr to be healthy and consequently attractive. The of woman's nature is in her distinctly womanly-se- lf When she suffers in that part of her organism, she suffers in everv nerve and fiber of her body, and her suffering is pictured in her factt, and reflected in her disposiiion and temper. Itis easy for a woman to be well and strong in a womanly way. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription acts directly cpon the important and delicate organs that constitute womanhood. It makes them strong" and healthy. It allays inflammation, heals ulceration, soothes pain and gives the tortured nerves rest and tone. It prepares for wifehood and motherhood. Taken during the expectant period it banishes the usual discomforts, makes the coming of baby easy and painless, and insures the health of the newcomer. Thousands of women have said so. All good druggists sell it. Please accept Toy tliants," writes Mr. Maud Fairfield Co.. Ohio, for Prrce. of th: good your medicines have done tne. I y belirve that Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription saved ray life. It is a ttire and certain cure for female troubles. I am havinir perfect health. Nothiajr did me any Rood unUl I heard of you. My rood health pleases me and pleases my husband. Every invalid lidy should taLe Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery.' " One line in a good, practical home med-- c Iook will fometines save a life. Dr. ?i rc Ci -- moil Set.oe Medical Adviser is lb. bet boo of that description published. Over a million "women own copies and thousands of them have written testifying to its great value A new edition is ready and will be given away free. If yoa want copy, send ax one-cea ctamps. to cover the cost of mailing pnlj?t'ta Worid'js Dicoensary Medical Association, Sttfelo, K.Y.- - For cloth binding, 31 stamps.". main-spring tr-ilpaper-covered nt &ii PI . xless life. It is in eerv woman's as a result of weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organ ism, who leads a loveless and child. fers from were before the city court Wvdneday morning, the former charged with vagrancy an the latter ha'wng four charges against her for noise and disorder. CoL W. C P. Breckinridge appeared for the defense. The doctor was at quitted, but his wife was fined r.lle I tu Nominate. LAwnr.NCEUUKQ, Ky , July 7. The SI and ccsts on the first count and the of this state senatorial disother three continued until Thursday, trict in session here Tuesday filled to when Judge Falconer will be sworn make a nomination for state senator. oil the bench, he ndmitting that he They will hold a district meeting at ordered Rice's arrest. the state convention next week, July ISt? Whisky U.bI. 14. Cob W. F. Bond, the well known Louisville, Ky , July 8. One of tho Lawrcnoeburg distiller, will probably biggest purchases of waisky ctcr made hi nominated. in Kentucky will be consummated Mon-3a- y by L. Rosen field & Bro., of Chica-y- i, rmnk Jtiues In Kentucky. IlARRODSBUP.a, Ky., July 7. Frank who expect to bull the Kentucky James, for whose capture, dead or oourbon market. The head of the firm was in the city Wednesday and negoa.ive, a reward of SjO.003 was oace offered, was tha guest o: CjI. J. P. and tiated for the purchase ot" 3,0J0 barThis Kit Chinn Sunday, 'lhe famous out- rels of Kentucky whiskies. law has been dropping the flag for amounts to 1,500, 070 gallons. It will be left in bond hero until the market Kit Chinn at the bt-- Louis track. ilinll be brought to tho desired point. lrllit at I'lriilc Lascabtkr, Ky., July 7. A picnic Slzzitiiir Hot hi L iuikvIIIp. and dance was held at Davistown, this Louisville, July 10. The maximum county, which broke up in a row. Sam reached Friday morning by the Go idloe was shot three times by John was V5 degrees at 11 o'clock, His wounds are Bottoms. after which the mecury graiiially receded until 12 u'cloek, when another fatal. All the parties ae colored. upward spurt w is tn.ten, which all but It W JIunlT. Taris, Ky., July 7 Jeff Harris, who sent it bubbling out of the tube. was shot in the breast by Jule JohnJ imvi K. Doylts Promoted. son last Sunday week, died Tuesday Lexington, Ky., July 10. James E. irom the wound. Johnson is now in Doyle, local manager of the Standard jail. Both are colored. Oil Co.uhas been, promoted by his comItoy L An Ey. pany to the office of assistant general Lrxington, Ky., July 7. John Ad- manager for all territory south of tho ams, aged 14, lost his left eye from tho Ouio river, with hja lquarters here. premature explosion of a giant fireItrsldeoce Dstroyatl by Lightning. cracker hi re Tuesday afternoon. He Iiopkinsville, Kr., July 10. During may not recover. 1 violent thunder storm Friday afterAu8TRAi.iAihas ruled out barmaids. noon the line residence of M. D. Kelly, Those now in 'sitv ce mny be register- the Jeweler, Was struck by lightning ed and licensed, but no more can be ind almost burned to the ground. no insurance. engaged. But a landlom's wife will Loss, be allowed In the bar. I iff and Win Killed. Fell Over Held Wit .nut IWIlT Sf.iigent, Ky., July 10. Caleb Johns, WiLUAMiiiun.i, Ky., July 0. Wm. Well to do Pike county farmer, while Sultitan, who mite I an I neudy i ginseng hunting in the mountains near killed Sarah Lv.vsca on June 17, was lis home, fell over a uplare brought into coarr, Monday ior exam- ward of 70 feet high, killing cliff, him Mis-- , mw,on was too ill ining trial. to attend. Sullivan waived examinaO'll Ace nd Heat. tion nn 1 was sent to jail without uly 10. Jesse RuesKLLViLLU KjC, baiL Burgess, aged 93, died Friday morning - I'r'nnrr. IC il"l T'i old age and tho Veusaillks, Ky , July 0. At Mid- it Eplcy Station from sxcessive heat. way Ed. Humn'irevs, eo'ored. opened lire on Policemen William Hammond , Htrvy Trial Drawin to a. Close. an E. Dtvis, who wtj tryi ig to arWilmington, 0., July 10. Id luck rest him, anil the officers shot and leems to follow thu jurymen in the killed him. Dtvis wa- - slightly wound- - Harvey trial. 'lhe Bister of Juryman ed by thi Bodgers died Friday morning. At the . Jury V tl k lu Xrre. former trial one of the jurymen was HoPKiNsvii.t.E. Ky.. Jnly 0. James taken ill and a new trial, thu present Macroy's case en Iral in Christian cirj jne, was necessitated. It was thought cult court, charged with the betrayal that court would adjourn until Mon-Ja- y because of the death, but the of Minerva Ora'.it, resnlte in a hung jury, and has been continued over to judge decided to hold court Saturday, lhe jury will be charged Saturday. tbe SepU mbi r term. ' The court's charge is a long one. The JTflicF.t-lv- l to Uarvey verdict may be known before ft. K ibt. BevVersailles, drnnk Sunday. erly, colored, started hum-O ilont Woman In Ohio early Sunday morning. Near Midway t Kent, O., July 10. Mr. Prisciila fastened in a wire fence and Spooner, agid 101 years and 7 months, died from t ie hei'. iied here Friday morning. She was' - 1 l'roAlrall-.i.itrton. Princeton, Ky., Jul C. The ther- born in Plymouth, Mass., December 11, mometer climbed up to 95 Monday. "C 1703, and has outlived three husbands, M. Wiol, deputy county clerk, and jno of whom died at the age ot M Ben NoWEonv a barber, were prostrat- rears. Mrs. Spooner had lived in Kent 25 years and was said to be the oldest ed, but cot fatally. fvomty in Ohio. Heat FaCllltes Ht 1'iMll.Toy. TJrPEii Sandusky. O.. JnlyC. Near PoJisnor.O , July 10. The continued Mexico, in the norUioastern part of aot weather has increased tne death the county, Isasrnjn stream in which, rate to an .darramg degree. The docduring the last .'eav year-- , seven chil- tors and undertakers are kept busy aldren have lost their Ives. 3 he last most day and night. The fatalities, named Estcp and ire confined largely to children and victims are ZMer, aged 7 and S years. They were pd people. drowned while Lathing Washington. July X'h Tho senate Cut Aft r' hiHro. idjonrned Friiay out of respect to the Akron, O, July C Utyafean Siebsrt memory of Senator Uarri. Resoluwas attached while returning from a tions were adopted foru- public nmeral dance. He had triab.e.ittt the men in the senate chamber Saturday, to' at the dance and one struck at hiin which the president, cabinet, supreme with a knife. The knife severed three ;ourt and diplomatic corps will bo in- fingers. rited. Gen. Edwap,d S. Bragg, of "Wiscon Herr Yon PattkajnnV, secretary' of jj sin has offered 'to'have his life insured RefiiltslaGidi ( Alsaoe-Lor-- li n for $10,900 in behalf or the 'jfdii J)a Lie false), aBaSb'ncl, tOt'Berlinit Hoe for. 'Frieadlee, provided some KrlthT tbe" view to w Sficanc. sc4A Vf j " oae"wlll py tbepcMiluiE. ,TUn:y.- - j- . 1 tner-momei- er a-,- citizenship to 47 p irdoned 17 men convicted of murder and manslaughter, five of whom were serving li.e sentences. He also pardoned 17 men convicted of housebreaking, malicious cutting, etc. IIu4lntt Acquitted. July 8 Justin B. Rice and wife, the street evangelists, IVIfr LrxiNGTON, n ipiI Ky., Paih Cah, Kv.. July 10. A tornado swept ove- - western Kentuey and houtlicrn Illinois Friday night, doing damage to crops and f inn builums. So far as knovn but three people were injured They are: Capt. Philip Bcales, Uotconda, liL, will ile; J Jamison, guard ut the prison at Eddyville, Ky.. badly hurt; unknown Kegro, Eidy-villwill die. At Paducah much damsecage was dons in the down-towtion, several warehous-- s and business building bjing p.irli i.ly blown down. Metropolis and Brooklyn, in Illinois, Eddyville and Kuttawa, in Kentucky, and l'aris, Tenn., also report some damage. n T riiiiilo in II ru rn tliiu- -s lit: Yellow car, track, !7c; No.I white, trurlt. itiio. Na I yclnw. tr ck I75ic. Ni i wlilte, to An He. :So .o J ml ted, track, i Uti No. . lulled, track. .7,. Hvb ralf.: Xa 2 mixed, track, a". "Jlc: No, . 3 mixed, i HA Mil TON' 9 seleil I'll po-- r, ;3.)liS eelrcl Lutcher.', JJ.IJ,Hj. lair to eoinl p ckerj, tZ-- t i.i.4J; fair tu llht, iajxj 3 (SJVi: common aud rouzbs. IllXji. 'a l.oo Irik. 18i-- AUTOGRAPHIC I'KKVKNT ' e, Kllli-c- l Gwensiioko. Kj.. July- 10. Friday morning James Hopkins was leading a mule to water, when an angry bull attacked thu animal. In tho terrible battle that followed, Hopkins was killed by the bud and tossed onto a picket fence, where he was found by members of his family. The mule was gored, but cut large gashes in the bull with its heels. Hopkins was caught between the two beasts, and afier the bull had been wounded by, the mule it took its vengeance on the roan. lli-- by n Slatl llu I. - to good uhlppors'. 'lOillM; ii. cood to caolce liutcbers. Ht5 54 2. fair tJ medlu.u buic.ier s , U.:i 3.01 3 75. loramon. .m. SncLP l cooi to cho'eo, .i cj.nmo nof itr l.'.'Jci72. S2fii 0 (5 l god o cbolco, Lamiisi itran. ;iJ-i'.- i c jtn non to f.iir. il Oj ,1 To. VECil.VcS. .'irtui? od iUh- - is 00 jS.75; extra, ilJU. coaimja an 1 ir 1. 0 J oU U Una in r n , 1)2,1 c per lb qatrtcr-blaj- d ciottiin.;. I . j4l 10 . medium, cloihlnV, lltllj. br.il, IJl3c: delaine and mt'dmni-ioTum;- . II tlo iViilnl. Una merino. X to XX. lie: milium ciolnln; 15rtl5o: Coo a HJItjj. lui, dcUia-IJ(!7c: quarur-bloo- d und low, 1:7. 10 co nmoa coar32, l:,l-lc- : tuj-.r- u iol. ca ilcu uo. CATTI.K exports, ,4 fair iW J iii 111KVKNT llllllMk!'! or all K1IH1S, ACCUKATKI.Y record cash sales, f. SAVK . book-kccplnf- ritKVKNT dliput-- foreettinir to cliarj:s" M over accounts. W lull ii rsJ5Ss'5I-?S- i A 4 .Xllt-ltlr- MAKE three bill at one writla-Used oy Retailers Everywhere. Write for circular. . Hamilton AnMraDliic Register Co. HAMILTON, OHIO. may26-jm 1 1 ; J.H.NEFF&C0. Main. S) BO ( vVTEOjgNYlTt:Dy mch3l-6rn ,A0lNT5 fitliMMSRRESPONDl:Na Xf.v Yohk Ju.y ia bid WntlT-July,7ija- UeI Octoonr. 7Jigo. 73Hc b d Xov-siaoo- apt:iur. 7IH: 71 . :. Urcomosr. Siit, (Opposite Ghndon.) rSv .. Vl CJ E H 51 Zd fB t,' EtE lt-i EV E I fch 3- - 5i m VI F 7 ti, .. -irL P ik Coim August, bid. Dcccmbir. y. S'pcilber 3a Country Produce Bought and OATSJuly,52. Septdinbcr. ii,lfc a kcd. Sold. lliliebt Cnsli Marked CuiCAUo. Ijly 10. WnEiT July.7)ii: I'rirc I'nid diJ (tiio; now. old.tkjjje. CoiiNJulr. StJj"6!ie: September, 3t'fj t BI BUD Xmt e ITBiT X - If i ie SS?2i-- Xr 3 5 S 67Ji: !."c: Do ccmber. 23JSH3: Ala. JJ,Ho. 0T.--JuiI7Ji:: September. hJr-V- ? HM H-n- .l Newport, Ky., Jnly 10. Gco.Keim, a retired nnd well to do citizen of this city, committed suicide shortly before noon Friday by literally blowiug his iiead off. The unfortunate man used d army pistol of an ol I Placing the muzzle of the pistol in his mouth, he pulled the trigger. Nearly all his lace and part oi his head were blown away. His death wus instantaneon. Kcim was73years old and h id bjejt a sufferer from asthma for year single-barrele- o r. Miy.20Jil2iJic. IIoos tit 13(iiiS'(c; YEARS' EXPERIENCE. liisirf? &&&'irt jH l.'rjat; Cittlf K Receiptslight, PirrsBnncn. market siraily. Jul? 10. m irket steady. TRADE MARKS DESIGNS, COPYRICHTS Anyone scndliur a sketch and description may quickly ascertain, free, whether an intention is probably patantablo. Communications ctrictly confidential. Oldest ncencj furpectuine patents Wo hare a Wanhlnirton offlcp. In America. Patents taken through Munn 4 Co. recelT special notice In the 'ffflv &. the Position. Frankfort, Ky., July la Rev. Dr. Blaney, chairman of tne board of trustees oi Center college, wired Dr. Min-toof California, Friday, of his elecAcci-p- i Or. Mlnton m:3&& -sij-M-3- & 1 WH3 yrrJfWM SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, n, J,sei .n s tion at Lexington 'J hursday, as president of the college, and received a dispatch from Dr. Minton accepting the position, and saying ho would at once prepare to remove and tako charge. Dr. Minton has recently been elected by the faculty of Princeton to deliver the stqae formation lectures in the Theological seminary. I'ardon I lie Oov. llridley. Frankfort, Ky., July 10 Harry Bowers, of Mt. bterling, who was sent to the penitentiary in 1S94 forlOyears for lnanslaught-r- , was p.rdoned Friday by Gov. Bradley on the petition of trial judge and jary. The governor rejected Si other applications tor pardon. J'1k "iH !' Dcantlfollr Illustrated, larcest ctrcnlatlc of tinr ectcntiQc Journal, weekly, terms 13.01 a car; ftiOelX months. Specimen copies and I AMD ISooK OS 1'jTnSTS sent free. Address MUNN & CO., rf 301 Urandwnr. 23-2- Xc ' York. 7 Subscribe sOi THB Croup, whooping congh and eclds arc quickly allayed and danger averted by fNiow! 1EIILI A STRAIGHT BR. BELL'S in.is DISPATCH DE510C8ATIC NEWSPAPER. PI NET A R- This iarnods remedy will cure an attack of croup in the tirnn it I takes to find a doeterJ'EVory 1101:1c 3iioui(i uavc 11 rcauy ior the time of need. It is an infallible remedy for all bronchial and lung effectious. Sold by ilrUEKbts at JKcIOc. nndgl per buttle or teut direct on rvci'lpt of price by Tie K. C SultrrUc4 3cJVio ., rilink, Ej. 17-- For-theXUijoa- 1 - Lexington, Kv., July 10. The Richmond and II rrousburg turnpikes, the former cuplTrc'ln elgnt and the latter seven .!:., w.ll bo made'freeby Fayette County on or before JulyI, ttiut conuty having made arrJbgcuients sinking lund to that with lliu'-ttt- e cud. Gov. to it-- . 1 l. For tho Free Coinage of Silvef . Platform. J. Y. COOLIDGE, Agknt, For tlia Democratic Nominees. . Xichofctevillo, ForJ;heInlerestof the Masses. 7. C. RINEARSON,' Gen'l. Pass'k. Agent, Cincinnati, O. All the Latest-..telegraphi- During the Tennessee Centennial an J Intcraali'.n.;l Imposition at Nashville, Tenn., a low rate special tariff !... be-iestablished for the sale of tickets from Cincinnati an other terminal points on the Queen & Crescent Route. Ticliets are on sale daily until further notice to Ch.itt.i-noogat $5.00 one way or $5.75 round trip from Nicholas' lie. , the. l ound trip ticket- beinr good seven days to return: with longer return limit, at $S.G5 and at $ll.JS the. round trip. enable the public to visit Nashville .ini These other Southern points at rates never before offered. trains of the finest cl&ss are at the dispo&ai t th passengers, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabling to visit the ver interesting scenery and important kith grounds in and about Chattanooga,. Lookout Mountain a."' Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to Xah' ii to visit the Centennial can b3 repurchased at Chatt;iaHa for $3.40 round trip. Ask ticket agent for tickets ia Cincinnati and the Q & C. RouteSouth or write to n a i - oihn-tickets- f-- r : -- ur K. c ISTews. All the Latest Stiite News. All the Litest Market Reports 20 X-gr- 1 -. K-.J- uly ! D-- ho-go- l- tho city Wednesday niifht nnd will resume 5ns labors'at the executive ollice i hurs lay, after an absence of nearlv a month at Colorado Col. T.ie governor was met at the train ly suvernl, of I1I3 friunds, who lurely him since having h.s beard shave I off. j cio.uoo i:rh. Paducv;i, Ky., July a. Mrs. Harry Youug and heralster. Misi'lillie Potts, of this city, have fallen heir to 5l0,l)J0 cish ere Iry theditth ot their aunt, Iiirs. Mildred Carr, of Dav.cs cmnty, Kentucky. Messrs Cltirles and Joo Potts, of Lou.sville, were olso 10,001) each by the aeeea-eaunt. 1 1 ley Fram.fort. returned 3,rul. y (1 i Kv., July siiavnt 8. Gov. Brad- Notice to Debtor?. been appointed Trastceof thif tl Drus Company, notice, is hereby RiVLn that all accounts due said firm must be settled , immediately with tUe undersigned. Eich-mon- Reports. Correct Mai-ke- t Correct Court Reports. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. The Weekly Louisville TUC W ii aon UnTrl mil' w I L k ii y tnu i cLi 5 l .X . - IIavIo.j Climax one year for IVspattii and The 57.75 Regular Price $2.25. reoo-;niv- je23tw TO CURE ' AC0tp W. JP. POWESS, Trrjsteel I)Lpatcll Has. Reccntiy been Converletl Into a Modara Palac3 ($1.00) and Climiue ($l.2o), il.tlls and Entrance aro Marble and Tiling of tho Finest Quality. Weekly 1 IN'OiNE DAY.' 1 raondtiry. m;I3-6- cm think of some simple tWuir to latent? Protect yonr Mmis: thoy mar bring yoa wealth t, Patent Attor-arWrlt JOHN WhDDKRDtJUN ft C- U8 Vtlso offer Wonlilntitou, I. V.1vt their ud list of tno liaoOrxd taTentloss Trantoii. Wanted-f- in Idea VTtio 20-Yard- s of Brilliant, Now Velvet Garnet Adorn the Floors - - - i)t PAULUUS A.N5) UiTKU HAlrf- - - - " S, .. O- ! d bW " Hoy two-bo- y Hy um I j 'a be:ir circus was bamg led through tiia crowd it bit New ton Biedsaws, :v boy. iri.tho lef, tearing out "a Aunt of flesTi. Dtiuage proceedings and attachments Were instituted. h jsre Wa lues a-nine-year-ol- ConniT K v.t Ji.tu liy t: a. .July S. Tnero 1 - was, a lew Gheto Cash iirocery -- a ii -- Office and OimngRocm B - - - tifu'iiy Dacoratsd and - itanY Lighted, z II Brll- - r 1 jits . d AND FRUIT HOUSE Opeivod Iljinipmonls lliroughonfcaro . . . it 1 i: without Suporfoc in tho South, rate of Co!iiidored a. OTIfer StricKtt IVht'e on Jluty. , LiiXiNOTON. JulyK Polico Ofr fleer itaybnru Baker, at- - wor.t, tracing u clue to tiro indentHy Maria next door to Richmond Niitional Eank. ' 'iiiuucii. iew wx our prices: Best Grsnalat Suc&rfcjlbsjtfor.., Arbcekls's CoSeei lLs. tcz. L.-- .. utjst itieu uannea-ugr- .,. vj.c, j i.esG Tirana tannea i omntoas a cans lor i!(-- t Mnpic oat uirrt. 4 lbs. ibr. i4Ki oiAT wasn uoaras . n BcI6w we Iy, , " nJ-M- McCiinV assailant, Wclneid.ty nnd Wcduusday u. heniurrnage, night waSiju a critical condition. runs urauvuuu per'(nui3 PnwS!arlrr!)BdVi1l.fM-- Mlxe.1 lor. ,.Jl.M .vvJL ,.it , n an ..t ;,-.t- . , , .1. Is1- Have Bean Expended In This 7i: o-- v IM OT ?X :e!PCTES. I ..,, hji" LO,OCO b: E decent $2 St S2.50 PER DRY. Improvement. Candv" ihs.' forff! ... txHitM .tip.v iig Ut t - f I"I ' -- -- SsoU ife, k Miasp?. - .. Lexisoton," Kj., July a chasing a Uegro IrfEralLtown - I'oildtjiuiu Sttlokea. Yhile Ba: Other goopstm proporjbr pn to numerous 'to mention. Give ' - warn- itate'-forothe- " "Ttabora L.wlesaleanaKeaul. -- - has-bee- -- ' r lwd ker prostvated by the heat' and. Jhwnrrliage. 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