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''.--- - , - r,, v-- r - .- - " - ; F"1BB -- tmTBB r : i I - -- it tj -.- " 11 " csa J3T V ., " ' - . - i - x, s is ' -- :, '- - - -- ' 9 3 v RICHMOND GLIMAX RICHMOND, MADJSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1897. Didn't Speak for 50;Years. I Mfe. fc rtli J. ibfl NUMBEE r i-- VOLUME XL Condition ot Tobacco 'Crop v. T f V We wish to caution all users of Simmons Liwr Regulator on a subject of the deepest tutrnwi ami miporUince to their health rh ip their lives. t The sole proprietors .nnd mikrn of Simmons Liver Regulator I irn that customers are often deceived by buying a ul taking some medicine of a nimi'ar appearance or taste, believing it to i tfiminnrn Liver Regulator. We warn von that unless the word Regulator is on i h package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Re:ul.itir. No one else makes, or ever hs made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, butJ H Zeilin&Co., and no medicine made by anyone e.ee is the same. We alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if otliT medicines represented as the same do not helo vou as you are led to expect they Bear this feet well :n mind, if you have will been in the habit of using a medicine which yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, bc.iue lh name was somewhat hke it and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not leen taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and all who ue it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation. Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liter. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by onr name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZKIX.IX &, CO. Take WARNING. "A Voter," who claims Oakland, Ky., as his home, is dying of a thirst for m knowledge aliout the meaning of the exWestern Medicine Company, pression "the money power," and he -- - sHCORPORITED. sJ-Kalamazoo, JIfeli. found a dry fountain when he called on 4 Jb 3 the Courier Journal for a taste of the Pmerian spring. His question betrays an ignorance which can only be accountSOLD OX A.X ed for on the supposition that he is .AJb.solute Simmons Liver Regulator. steadily relying on the Courier-Journ5E tells how others have been cured by ; TOISAC'CO. r.OUIIIION x. . COUNTY. for political iuformatiii and miidauce The condition of the tobacco crop To his question the Courier-JournAliout 1,250 acres of tobacco have been j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. retii planted in llourbon county, against 2.0S0 continues to be discouraging, as a plies: ''Wedonot know! we do nol OMc DONALD'S j rule. A large majority of tho roixirts know!" and follow h it up with a quarter labt ear. Theie were several good ns MISS .MM. KKIi (iOLDHN. CELEBRATED WORM POWDERSS For Strofula, Kidney Troubles. Ithenma- - 1 repiescnt tho crop as bacKward, a nf niobium of ridicule, and misrepre-seiitatiii- ii lor fcetting. but the plants have tism. Nervous Exhaustion, and the nnn- -i TMC GREATEST WORM OESTROTEH dreds of other diseases that are cimrd by 1 from the heavy rains. The outlook poor stand, and as presenting a jag.s TENOU HAP IIEll A ND UPfw OF THE ASE of tho.e who believe in the bad blood. This wonderful and well known Hi Added to doctrines nf for a g.iod crop in IJourbon is not en- ged, uneven appearance. blood purifier has coequal. rtir JiAfj Pf msiAfT Tn rater" j the Democratic party as TYPEWRITER. SOLD IN Price, Si a Quart Dottle. i couraging, but producers arc expecting these unfavorable conditions is dam- taught by Jefferson and Jackson. The t llM'IIMOM), KllNTUUKY. much Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co., 1 prices for the coming crop. age from insects, and in Western Dispatch was established to disseminate' I'etter . k Detroit. Mich. ." ' 5mallt An RICHMOND. .11 BarnarrCt. ,F"OJlcf ndjiiining A Easiest to take Very little old tobacco is now held 111 Kentucky the crop has suiTered from the truth, to itli'lltllljll kaaBtBfl-- j wli inf )iin&aa:nlmli3g'wlpfea 4 light and knowledge Entirelv vegetable V v llouibou by pioducers, several of the excess of moisture. Wonnsare abun- to the politically beniirhtcd, to expose Most certain and never- nv Sold by D. Z. & T. li. Taylor, 1' Worm Destroyer laigest crops hating been lately sold at dant. Particular mention of them is falsehood, to prevent political crime.", to A..') E1TSYS. HIGHEST GRADE, o EVER DISCOVERED. Waco, Ky. mndo in tho counties of Caldwell, combat error with EASY RUNNING, tat is factory prices. Sold for a quarter of a cen truth, to correct mis& SERVICEABLE. tury wiUi continually increas-Livingston and Ohio, IV. MILLER. 1 wooin or.n county. representations of fact, and generally to inoemand. ltiink a moment Tho condition of the crop July 1, as educate, enlighten and elevate mankind. Macs this not mean merit ? JJctween 40 ami 50 pir cent of hM S, Every Wheel Guaranteed. R Attoenev-at-La125,000 Children yearly Sent to5 jcat'scropof tobacco lias been set in compaifd with average years, is 08. It is directly in theliuc-o- f of its minion Send for catalogue. Richmond, Kevtuckt. their Graves by Worms. Wootlford couutv. The season was l.ito On July 1 of last year tho condition to enlighten "A voter," and some of the Office in the lturnam Building, next door to and uiipati-f-clo- ry was i). Acreago growing, as com- more intelligent ami HAMPSHIRE CYCLE MFG. CO., rt general and the HcDONALD'S feb3-l- y belter informed Fanner's National Bank. pared v ill) acreagcof ISiXi, is Co, which readers of Tlio Dispatch at Oakland are is that plants were never so bai CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS NORTHAMPTON, MASS. itflSSSSSSSB Many farmers is within 1 per centof estimate on tho lequested to take the Courier-Journal'- s nniirouiising. C. F. BCRNAM. sjssssm Responsible dealers Invited to cor- would hse saved them all. W. 8. MOBKKLBV. compl.tin that their planU (J) rond vitli us. ate not living prospeetito actcage made on June 1. voter in hand and et some of the neiuh-boi- s BOX. U.lo. IPIIICE,druggists and II316In mwlietnak i nURNAM MOBERLEY. HEMP. , For sale by all dealers well. Now and tlu'ii a gotKl crop is s -jO CO Zf uO '.': to Imld him and make him take the Manufactured only by the proprietor, The condition of the hemp, com- medicine. Attorxeys-at-Law- . but on the whole the prospect for tobac may2S-SThe truth is what he needs, Nature, principle ami experience made co in this county is very dis 011 raging. pared with average years, is 87, an but his application to the Colt RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. Lincoln the triend of workingmen. In Ituol-vlll- .. It isebtimated that nearly 1 ,000,000 lbs. improvement of 3 oiuts during the shows that it in not what he wants, Office in Ilurnam Building, recently occumonth. On July 1 of last year the ami it may he necessary lo hold his his first message to Congress he said: 0 o or more than 20 per cent of the tobacco pied by A. R. Burnam. "Lalior is prior to and independent of grow 11 in Woodford in ISl-- is still in the condition was SO. nose to make him take it, vet it should capittl Capital is only the fruit of lalior, , sttxjXjX-v-IstMEADOWS. -- a hands of the growers and local buyers. be unable to retain it on account of iSr. anil could never have existed if labor had Tho number of acres of clover cut, OW LN COUNTY. little accustomed tothe truth. It not first existed. Labor is the superior III N B The low prices curtailed the acreage as compared with average yeais, is 82. may help him, and it can not make him K. U. DIVISION. Sll vJ IHI Attorney-at-Laof capital, and deserves much the higher B ffl lit At Walter Aibell's, Litekt Staslk. about SO per cent. How ever, as the sea- Tho weather was, at tho beginning of worse. e Lv Effect March 1, 1S96. harness, 'cheaper All kinds of consideration. - - KENTUCKY. KICIIMONI), son of June IS permitted the acreage the harvest period, unfavorable for "A voter" will stand np ! The money "No men living are more worthy to be than can be bought any whero In Bichmond. Olfi-'Express for Cincinnati, arv LV. over Taylor's Hardware More, Oive ns a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction prcpired to be planted, the outlook is harvesting the crop, and a considera- power is that power which controls the trusted than those who toil np f'oin pov- guaranted. Win- - n si- A. M. Paris. Mavsville. Court House, on Main Street. feb2t-t- f more roseate, but many contend that un- ble portion was lost or damaged; but policies of nearly four thousand national Chester and Lexington later tho conditions were reversed and banks, controls the organization and the erty none less inclined to take or touch less the frosts hold off verj' lath and the TV-6.25 mail. I) aught which they not honestly earned. II C. HOGG, THE WONDERS OTF SCIENCE season is a favoaablc one the crop will the remainder oi tho crop was saved actions of more than one hundred trusts, Cincinnati. Paris, Mavs-politiLet them beware of surrenderinga ATTORNEY' AT LAW. George Thorpe, r. m. vrlle. Winch esterand never mature. A the farmers hvd their in good condition. conlruls and regulates the policies of all 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 Timothy meadows, the harvesting the railroad and transportation lines, do- cal jiower which they already pqssess, Long Troubles and Consumpton Can be Kentucky. gronnil well prepared, the stand is very Hii'iiMosi), Street, between Main and and which if surrendered, fwill surely be Livingston, London, Jel-licWater, rear of Dillingham buildinjr, encouraging and several nice showers of which has not yet begun, show a minates gas and water .privileges, and Cured. to close the door of advancement 1.10 Tineville. Richmond Ky. Ready to do all kinds 1253 Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30. have started the plants togcowing. As condition of 83 The quality of tho street railway franchises, dominates min against them, and to fix new disabilities Fitst line for r. At- of blncksmithing promptly iu the 7best 11.43 London, JellicoLivingston, a. 10 county is slow to dispose of her crops, crop w ill not bo up to the standard on ingaiul manufacturing, fixes wages and this An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist workmanlike manner. Knoxvillej 3 and burdens upon them, till all of liberty GRANT E. LILLY, containing weeds. Makes a Free Offer to Our Rcadtrs. it is safe to estimate that there is fully 20 account of earnings, and in elections puts up money be lost L" A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati,! p. w. PASTUKES. A TTORXEY-- T LA W, percent of last j car's tobacco in the 11.4S 310 Paris, Winchester. to buy King newspapers and dishonest distinguished New York chemist, T. A. The Tho condition cf pastures is 84, a P M. Rowland, Lancaster awli a. m. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reEXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMFORT. Kentucky. hands of the farmers and local specula- considerable decline since Juno 1. politicians, and to bribe corrupt men to Richmond, 1.20 ManforJ. 10:10 liable and absolute cure for Consumption tors. vote for its candidates, nwr- - to hire for(Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all Rowland, Incaster awl Pastures, like meadows, are weedy, gers and thieves to falcify returns, steal CI.AUIC COUNTY itubborn .2. chest diseases, Stanford. &&1 On Thursday, July 22d, the Chesa- throat, lung and affections, Office S. W. corner M tin and The drought that had existed for sev- which greatly effects both "the quali ballots and otherwise debauch the bal- peake & Ohio railroad will run its annual coughs, catarrhal of flesh, andgeneral decline alt renditions Mxeots nj utaire. AVill practici- - in all For farther particulars call or r adiireio. and weakness, loss ty and quantity of grazing. away, will send THRE15 FKEE KUPER HOOD. Agt. the courts of Madison and adjoining eral weeks was broken June 17 and since lot box; and which, after the elections, excursion to Old Poiut Comfort, Va., of wasting (all different) of his New DiscovOf Dealers, Agents, Jobbers BOTTLES Telephone T8. live" 5T0CIC. counties ami Court of Appmls. .that time the weather has been admirabuys United States senators and mem- leaving Lexington at 11:25 a. in., and eries to any afflicted reader of the t'LiMAX diand Middlemen by buying writing for them. Tho condition of live stock contin- bers of conmess lo frame such measures ble for tobacco plants. The farmers in His "New Treatment" has cured thousands day. rect from the manufacturer. Telephone Your "Cousin," ues good as a rule. Cholera among as the sugar schedule iu tho tarilf bill, reaching Old Point at noon next permanently by its timely use, and he considJ C &D M. CHKNAULT, tended to set about 75 per cent as much ,!5L Fiankfori k Only $11 00 will be charged for the ers it a Simple professional dnty to Buffering S&ilw&y. ri j as in ISiXi. The long continued cry spell hogs still prevails in many counties. and other schemes which will legalize round trip nnd tickets will be good to humanity to donate a trial of his infallible ATTORNEYS AT LAW, cure. county the disease is In McCrackcn and and Science daily develops new wondt-rs- , return until August 8th. Stop overs Kentucky, prevented planting,made whero planters proting very fatal. Some murrain the robber of the public. Richmond, ' hauled water and the season, the The money power is the power that will be allowed at any station on return this great chemist, patiently experimenting for Hnnley's Old Stand. In Effect March 1, 1S87, years, has produced results as bem.icial to among cattle is roported in the conn-tie- s gave humanity as can be claimed by any modern plants mostly died. In the beds, some 3-3No. 26. birth to Mark Hanna, bought the the. genius. His assertion Office on Second street, over Clien- that lung trout les and of-- Monifee and Harlan. Flies election for Mclvinley, and now owns a trip, so thnt our patrons may break DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. of ihe plants grew to large to use and homeward trip by stopping at anj of the consumption are curable in any climate is ault'b "rover v. by "heartfelt letters of others turned jellow and died, conse- are unusually abundant, to tho great majority of both houses of congress and beautiful inonntaiu resorts along the Sroven his American and Europeangratitude," laboratoWEAK EWEM R3ABE VISOHQU EAST BOUND. ries in thousands from those cured in all parts quently, when the rains came there was annoyance of cattle and other live a part of the federal judiciary. It is the line. CREEN CLAY, of the world. stock. No better wheel made than the a scarcity of plants, and the acreage tct S 39 experts concede that bronchial, Lve FranVfort Medical IN Sleeping car rates will be $3.50 per The correspondents from Bourbon power that has just recently bribed the A TTOIIXE S W. lung troubles lead to Consumption, . 3 39 Arr Elkhorn. is not monj than CO per cent of that of Illinois Legislature and the Pennsylva- double berth which will accommodate chest and cer. which, uninterrupted, means Bpeedy and t fewitier. P.2-SIl 3 4ft 7R Ll ? JiT yy and Harrison counties make no re!m-- t 7 83 " Stamping Groanil tain death. car, and nearly all of that has been Jlirhmowl, KenlticLy. ' Duvall "M- - 3 58 port of glanders among horses, from nia Legislature. It is the power that two persons. No other summer trip Simply write to T. A. S'.ocura, M . C, 98 Pine tct since the middle of June. It takts which wo assume the disease has been sent an ngentof Mark Hanna To Ken- oilers such a diversion and variety of street. New York, giving postolQce and express Georgetown- - JW 4 J inDAY. j UI. toDf- address, and the free medicine will be promptLve Georgetown. 8W 49 at least 100 days, under fatorable tucky to buy a United States Senator, pleasures as a trip to Old Point, over ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advan- What K-Built in our own factory by Collections policit'-d- . 3 12 Arr Newtown. IK wholly eradicated. HERVSSQR Did PEFFEsl-'- S tage of his generous proposition. Centreville- SK 4 SS. to uniture a crop of tobacco; skilled workmen, using the best and trief through the city council to the Chesapeake and Ohio railway, with S It act powerfully nnd quickly. rcan'ucoJ. a Elizabeth FKUIT. Pleast.tell the Doctor that you sai- - his yoffer ithcrs fall. Tonn men regain IfstCnr"s wtcn o' 4K . Ily7-lhence the present crop will not be ready 8 40 Louis- Its mountains, valleys, rivers and Ocean. In the Richmond Climax material and the most improved " Paris Sit PHTSICIASTS. non reeovorrcui.il ful viscr. Vb.i!"jteiy Ja Somo complaint is still made of ap- steal the interest of the city of tiullt antrrd to Cnrelicrx-.tioTiens- , for cutting before 'the first of October and WEbT BOUND. machinery. lYe hava no agents ville in the water works. Special rates of $2.50 per day at the Impottney, IortVoicr ples and peaches dropping, but a fair a.m. p.m. Courier-FuIIlnz .J e!mjrWasilns III1 cither an earry frost would ruin nearly all of Sold direct from factory to the 5 39 9 . It Lve Pari Chamberlain and Hygeia Hotels. For er rrcrjKJ rt crop of apples and a light crop oi Journal, is the power that controls the tnic, and ait tffcettoff Insanity nnd consnnjitlc DR. IT. K. GIBSON, 93 . . Arr Elixabeth Wants i 48 rider, fully warranted. Shipped it even after it is cut and in the barn, peaches is EDUCATION ami dictates such false an- full information or sleeping car reservaFREE 9 98 . . . Don't let druggist tnpoe3worthkssmt!tu'9 Centreville assured. you Nwnune itrieUls acreiterrretit. inslsto fct 9 43 W . anywhere for examination. Newtown. there is danger from a freeze for bcvcral swers about all public matters as "A Vo- tion call on or wri'e f PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ing rEEFEIt'S NEIiVIGOii, or for Grapes are reported rotting badly. - W CO b " Georgetown An education at Harvard, Yjle, WRITE FOR Can bo carried In vest pocket. Prcraid pi"1 13 wrs weeks. In this fecliou there is less toS 39 ter" received. Geokgk W. Barney, Lve Geontetown MM college or institution O lor A. I'oKiper box. or with pr. or any otber Kentucky. Blackberries are abundant. Richmond, Y R 41 1 66 Arr DuvalN- to Cure or Kr fund th bacco in the hands of growers and counIt is tho power that made Harrison L.of learninp in the United States; Dis. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. 11 M 6W nnry. Onnnuitce t rltten Pamphlet free. SoM by ilrnsrists. " Stamping Ground. Lucas Mooiie. X" 11 2S X or in the New England (JoneeivaWvmn.s.i. j3"X, Chlcu;o, CM Switier try dealers than ever before known. president, and then Cleveland, nnd that julyH td Acmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind. 7 66 Commissioner of Agriculture. Elkhorn- II 36 Tf lnn nf MllBlV Nil VlO SPPlirPlt V Oiice in the Joe Cc.lins building, 18 and 20 Sec. 7 made Charlie Foster surrender the opII 5S an27-S" Frankfort JKKSAHINE COUNTY-Sold byTkiclnnonil Drug Co. and W. G. ond Street, orer Wnite olJ drtic&tore. 276 any young man or woman who is Kentucky Fair Dates. tion of the government to the creditor, C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent. Careful inquiry among the tobacco .( in earnest. Write for particulars 1. White. It was noted by tbc Courier-JournGEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Sapt. and then made Carlisle cat his words JAMES D. BALL, growers of this county ret cals the followAt tho annual meeting of the Ken- 7 quickly. 7 CUAS. HOOKER, most of the delegates to the "yaller" inside of a week after he proposed to exFrankfort. Kentucky. 3G"Bromfield St., Boston, Muss. ing facts concerning the coming ciop: To that tucky Fair Association, in the Willard convention topped at the Gait House. ercise the government's option to pay in I ETERINARY SURGEON, begin with, the plants did very hadly We expect that those who are able to Friday afternoon, the following were Gradunic Ontario Veterinary College. Ohio Raili&y. and fewer were grown than eyer known stop at the beat bostelries and live on the either gold or silver. It is the power that elected officers for the coming yean Ghesape&ke UK0. W. HMiFA' to have been fat of the land, would be the ones who owns John Sherman, and which worked btfore. The season President, W. I. Samuel, BardHown; Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. through him the demonetization of Vice Presidents, J. H. Mallory, Bowling Of Sbelbyville, Ky., Recommends Office up stain oer New York. Store, corner unusually hnrd on them. There was met to abuse W. J. Bryan and the lwnie (IN KENTUCKY.) Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. M.un and Pint streets. Richmond 46- siher and "by that act Etolo billions Green, and S. A. Deatherage,Itichinond ; Wright's Celerv CapRiiles. scarcely no season at all for" transplantand sinew of Kentucky Democracy. Sbelbyville, Ky., Slay 2J, '90. To from tho debtor Secretary and Treasurer, A. R. Carroth-ers- , ing until June 10, and the largest portion They could have met for no other pur- on billions' of dollars Schedule In effect May S, 1897. WEST BOUND. Wriclit Medical Co.. Col.. 0.: m. U. C. classes ami tax payers. It is tlio power B S5 am 'Louisville. of the crop has been put out since then'. pose. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accora purchased a box of i: EASTBUCHD Gents I have 7 30 am No. 1. No i No. 1 Eastern ExpeR for Louisville Medicine and Snruery. that caused Cleveland and Carlisle to What was set out previous to that time The committee appointed to make Wrieht's Celery Capsules from (3. N, 3 00 pm Morchead and Lexington Aecom-7 5am 4.2i)m 7.35 pm Louisville Office Collins Huildinc, Main Street. I 38 pm $02,500,000 in bonds for ten list of dates for this season's fairs sub- Middelton, druiwist, and used them for Lr. bholbyville!'..". '.'.'.'. 9 10am nvpm 8.51pm F. F V sell New York Limited was done mostly by machine.. The plants Take Warning. 9.65am &3irm 9.30pm Telephone nt reiMence (the Uurr place) on set out millions Icfs than tho open market price mitted the following, which was adopt- Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- - Ar.Lvrcncob'g 10 have lived just tolsinte June EAST BOUND. a 17am 450 pm y.40pm Broadway. Versailles. As this is tho threshing season, Insure your homes sine! Lexington and Morehead Accom. pntion aim touiui that tney cavo me 1UV Ar. Lexington... 9 16 am Id 50am Tapm 10 10pm Ar. Kentucky. erably well, but are looking bad. The when the traction engino is abroad in on the day the deal was made. It is the ed by the meeting: KiciiMoxn, --- --11 53 am mediate relief every time. 1 think it an WEMIldUM) New YortLimited F F. V. business No. d No. 2. No. 4. 3U p highest estimate put on the crop put out the laud.tho followingextractfrom the power that rules Funpe and America Richmond, Tuesdav, July 27. Lexingtoivand Jit. Sterling Aceora. remedy. excellent 6.10pm 5 mam Lv. Lexington Washington Express 9 33 pm Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10, 8.15nm 6.331 S.28im 'his jear is not exceeding 00 per cent of Kentucky laws may be timely: "Any and dictates peaco or war for its own Ar. Versailles DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Yours very truly, 45am &3Sam tOOpm Bardntovvn, Tuesday, August 17. Ar.La'renceb'g.... Accommodation trains ran daily except wlut was put outlast j ear. So the late person operating or moving any trac- fiuancial advantane It is the power tliat (VJam 9.?6am Ar. Shelbyvllle.. .. Other trains run dally. Elizabeditown, 1'uesdny August 24. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Geo. W. Rilev 0 10. Mam a 15pm S 00am At. Louisville. .... Through sleeping and dining car service to his own free silputs Byinim up to eat Fcason wilLnot make the ci op put out Bow Hug Green, Wednesday, Septoin-be- r Net York. Kentucky, this year more than 50 per cent of last tion or portable engine on or along ver record, and pulls the strings which Richmond, Trains Nob. 1, 2. 5 and fl carry Free Observarate or Hleepernervattons 1. For represent two of the mo3t call oninformation, K. HOOD. Axunt any highway or private passway or tion Chair Cars. or'wnte HOW TO FIND OUT. Padiicah, Tuesday, September, 7. year. Very little of last j ear's crop is on lane in this fctatc, shall send, and make him a political automaton speakreliable Insurance Companies or GEORGE W. BARNEY, Kichmoml, Ky. Office in Smith Ituildinj, No. 104 Main Street, np ing like a poll parrot w hat he is told to hand. A fair estimate is that 10 'per keep at least two hundred yards WESTBOUND B4STBOCXD stairs. Office hours tz to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. in the United States and reD. P. A. C. & O. Ry., Lexington n.Y. 11 No li. Na 14. STATIONS. is the power that makes the cent of the old crop lias not yet been BED WETTING CURED Fill a bottle or common watei glass No. 11 No. of said ongine, a messenger say. It vsup.u 7 4am Lv Loulsrll Ar a 15pm latiam spectfully ask for a share of sec-ou- d play editor of the Courier-Journsold, but is in the warehouses in Iiouis-ville.a- Yvhoao duty Who can think" DR. JOI1N M. FOSTER, OR NO PAY. Mas. B.3I.KOWAN, Milwaukee, dSipm 9. 45am ArLarncbrgAr ISpm S25im your patronage. it shall be to warn-a- ll with urine and let stand tvent;f-fou- r mch3-t- y of moid slnipla Wanted-- An 7.35am fiddle to Cleveland and Bvuum and Wis. ,7.25 pm iai5am ArliarodsbgArJ Cincinnati, jvtitli just a very persons of its approach, and render uuo tt potent! Kentucky Richmond. hours; a sediment or settling indicates a I.WJIO :Q58im Ar uurgin Lv tOpm 7.25am Protect yocr Meaiu tbey may brine ytKf wealth. ROCK, little in ,ho county yet. The planting suclrisilstanco as shall bo necessary Palmer and Buckner. Writs JOHH WKUOKUliURN & CO, Patent Attor-cctWSSTBOnsD. condition of the kidneys. EA8TBOCKD diseased Waititsstda. D. C for tblr tUDD prlza oCcr In brief, it is the power of monopoly, seems to have been rather general, but ' No. Is ana an ot two ouaurea inveauona waateu. Je2-l- y 25K Sec. Street, fUp Stairs). When urine 6Uins linen it is positive Tsopm tNo S7. LvarATioMS Ar Nol id tNo. 64 Telephone at office and residence. v all the raisers reduced their usual amount to secure the safety of all such per which, if God had not wisely made it 111 Warn 8.16pm Loalsvll 7.4am sons; and any person failing to com evidence of kidney trouble., Toq fre- ipm 9.10am! Ar Shelbvtl At 91 :63m 6.45pm' only monopolize while some few dropped ont al'agether. ,t&6pai ArVerslles ply with the provisions of this sec- impossible, would of life that the still desire to urinate orpaimathe iTMpm iai7om Ar Midway Ar aOJara 4.13pm W. EVANS, M. D., quent fr Ar "Ham 1 33pm lLMitn are KENTUCKY CROP RErOKT. tion shall bo fined not loss than $10 three necessaries back, is also convincing proof that" the .TJOpm It 15pm Ar Georgia Lv 7 13am 3.00pm free, water, light and air, and sell air by The report for July 1 is made up from nor more than $50 for each offense." WESTBOUSD. SASTSOCSU kidneys and bladder are out of ordor. the breath, water by the drop and tight tNo 6 tNo. BEo. tNo- - i. STATIOH'. replies received from 143 correspondente, TlIYStCIAN AND SuitGEON, W2AT 70 SO. by the square inch. It is the spirit of tJipm i.v "ttiam &&7pm Lv Loulivll Ar Uoj m dlSpmt 100 counties. It is useless to flrgue with gold - - - Kentucky, representing Verslles Ar 7.35am aiupm.' MSOam Richmond, hell loose on earth. Ktforts to obtain a report on condition There is comfort in thcyknowiedge ILOOam 7!l5nm ArNIctilvlllAr! 6i8tm 4.40pm they lay down a propo4 8.30pm ArBlchmo'ULv frCiam its rmi lLMpm of the wheat crop in the principal winter sition so often expressed, that Drr Kilmer's LMpm Ar Irvine Lv LSOpmjj as that emDR. T. J. TAYLOR, Kansas City is to have a. labor temple wheat-growinO stales have been without bodied in the statement that "the Na 1 Sal Swamp-Root- ,, the great kidrjey repetly rrATTOBS. R Pradiiumer in Medicine and Surgery, 7 46am 7.15pm Lv. Louisville.... o avail, one state, Ohio, furniehiiig the refulfills every wish ia relieviajt. pa'jr in Ar. Lexington. ... O power of silver cannot he in1050am 10. 10pm Kentucky port In this State the condition is SO. . a: Richmond, ttuupm 7.30am creased by law, " To argue on a false separate small the back, kidneys, liver, tHadderjaad At. Knoxvllla.... e The undersigned 1.33am 1.13pm pHWjtatT It Ar. Ajherlllo..,.. premise is to reach nothing but a false Office and residence 00 Tlilnl8treet. is WnEAT. farms which he offers at private sale separately every part of the urinary 5 00am o ArSsT&anan 910am corrects inability to hold ftfriae; and Ar. Jacksonville. and when peoplo make a The wheat crop was harvested in good conclm-ion- , It is estiwate'd that 124,000 babies or together. All three are situated at Si 12 CCOim t -. Bcaldingjpain in passing iUorbad'efTecta Ar. CSaltmoosa condition, although the weather was un- statement which is false in fact and have been born in Texas so far this iuotm ll.tOtm, Ax. Atlanta. 33ENTAL STOGEST. 8.13am following nse of liqaor, wine, orjbeer, Ar. Macon argu- year. If all thp colic thoy have sufffavorable for the work in some localities. wish to make that the basis 6 10pm 'i. Ar. Jacksonville and overcomes that unpleasant necfesity Lv CtnUacoo.'a. ... quality the crop ranks as one of the ment, the inference musi naturally be ered could be gathered together in In aojpm dofiam f 11.59pra 10,3Uam DR. A. WILKES SiMlTH, waters of Silver Creek. They contain of being compelled to get up many r.imes Ar. Olrmtngham.... best grown in the State. The yield is! drawn that they prefer false conclusions 0110 pain, lOcarJoads of soothing on the 05 445am a.43pm tn Meridian I respectively 85, nnd 1C5 acres, and are well 'during the night to urinate. Thej mild Ar. New a I to those which are true. ILSJam! 9.33pm generally satisfactory, and in mauy-in- syrup Tvould not be sufficient to Ar. Orleans.... DENTAL SURGEON, watered and well improved farms. There Is 8tanct-- j phenomenal. TSstitnating that each baby no better land in Madison county, most of It nnd thn nxiraordinarv effect of SwaiilD-- , No. 1 carries Free Chair car LoulsvUIe- to Wheie the soil Theio is one great and important truth, Kentucky Richmond, there connecting Sleeping VesttRootis soon realized. It stands the' high- Ixingtoa earrrbur Pullman with SolidCarS'Tin'was w ell prepared nnd good seed sown, the constantly appreciating valueof gold. has been walked 20 miles, it appears being iiIk Train MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN .'. est for.itsr wonderful cures of the (post Chattanooga to Birmingham and .New Orleans. very satisfactory. Whero The debtor is suiTering from a cruel and that tho combined distance tyalked OrriCK Smith buitdine, Main 'Street, Office tliP results are -- RICH BOTTOM LAND.-- Sleepor Louisville-- tot No. 3 carrlos Pullman Aours, 900 to 2 M. : i:oo to 4 I . M. distressing capes. If yotuneed a medicine poor preparation of soil was made the bitter wrone when he is required to pay I hap been 2,480.000 miles. If one par g) Lexington to; nrFraci limited to deutistnr. neighborhood and accessible by you should have the best. Sold by jinig- - Chattanooga, and Atlanta, alsoAssovtiie, ana. It is a sudden and severe freeze of November twice and more than tr ice as much as ent had been compelled to do the turnpike fine t Jacksonville via Hot Springs. lo schools, churches, railroads, mills, Compartment Slooper Lexington to New Or- -j this infantile crop of 1687 etc., atl within a, mile of white's Station JPost gists, price titty cents auu one uiiiar. leans. JJTD ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WOEK J. A. Yatm. reduced the stand below the point wheie lie borrowed. That this should be the walking-fo- r J. C Mouoax. r For a fcample bottle and pamphlet, both i tDatl7 Except Sunday. a heavy yield wa5 possible. - Some dam- care is the result of forcing this nation it would have bean necessary for Office, ten miles from Richmond. MORGAN & YATES, d be made1 cash, sent free by mail, naentipu the Ciwax, 'A. WHIDOK.P.&T. A. & T. Swirr.T &TA. For A fiber particulars, prices, i&c, address, "miles a day for TERM8-i8le,wiage in shock by rain is reported from on a goltl standard. lSo more dishonest him to Tivorago-20- j particulars, and send your full post-eftiLouUville, Ky. '. LxlEton. DENTISTS, aduren to wr. H GREEK. Gen.Sucta J M. CDLF.T. Ky. t Marshall counties. Dani-ag- e confidence game, than this was overplay- 339 years, 8 months and 25 days balance to suit purchaser. For Christian and M. '" II:.f I address Kentucky. Richmond, Go., ,HinabRinpWB,uP T, f. WaAfafiMtoA. Dr.,Kimor,&. nrq.iifBi.tfu, e of debtors as dishon . wuuu.-vaand tho distance would by hail is reported from llnrrieon ed, and : i . .; --ir. . j, sTjA White, ' tt.TATW.A.G.r-l- .r anew county. The acreage barvested, as com- est uteu comes with bad grace from the , equaled 10 times tho circumforenceSpf LtmtvmTKy- WrtltigtnCD,C. Orrj-- B Main Street, orer Madison National j ' the geiinIiwiwrof Uii"rffefoyl r higliway robbery tho narth. &alvcston.wNews. pared with J 80G is 80 per cent, hhowhur advocalgof ' r Bank. ' 9v i'U rf-m y. ;: - i. " 2Kfl - t,-i- r . JL. ;. -- ,tver -- F' V 'i i a. M-ft " to-da- that entire acreage seeded was harvested. The condition of tlie tobacco crop in The estimated j ield averages 12 bushels itiib tuuuuu is aiwny-- j a matter 01 inter- per acre. In 1S90 the est inuted yield was 'Jj bushels. est. Estimates on tlie crops in adjoinCOKN. ing counties have be'un received and are The corn crop, though btill short of the as follows usual grovtth at this period, has made FAYETTE COUNTX. The tobacco crop in Fayette county is material improvement dnring the mouth, poor now. Leslie Combs, w ho is the and now presents a condition averaging largest grower in Central Kcntnckj, if 87, or an improvement of 5 points dining not in the State, has out 3U) acres, about June. A fair state of cultivation exists J50 bliortof what ho usually nlants. The except in the counties of Henderson, drouth delajcd fccttinjr cousitlerably and Lawrence ami Lewis, whero the crop is the plants aic overgrown and weakly. reported as getting foul. lhcctituornishau not damaged the crop Wire wonnsare reported as doing dam10 any great extent. It is all set now, age to the crop in Ohio county. The most Mil ions menace totheciop but, vith few executions, there are no pruinihing fields in the vicinity. Col. at present is damage from chinch bug. Horace Means, the well known buyer, This pest has attacked the croji in Daviess and other counties in saj6: "Ihe acreage ifnot oer 70 tent and the condition is 100 percent western and Bouth western Kentucky, behind what it was this timo last. car. and, considering the backward state of Farmers hat e not cared to put out as the ciop, the situation is somewhat pi much tobacco as they have in fuiiuci OATS. years and, owing to the dry weathcr.it Tho condition of the oat crop July has been teiy slow in petting a fct:Tt" 1. as compared with an average year, The old crop has nearly all been sold. is 80. On June 1 the condition was SCOTT COUNTY, Tobacco ECflSoiib have been abundant 82, and the falling olT is attributed to the past month and the intended crop is the dry wc?tirer during the early part in the hill, with imperfect plants and of June, which allowed the growth of consequent poor stand. A'verage SO to weeds to overrun and interfere with S5 per cent of 1S9G crop Ateragepcr the grvwth of tho crop. LTerc, again, cent of old crop yet in hands of fanners wo have damage ftom chinch bug. Growth verj blow and crop three wctks The inot serious account from this source is from Anderson county. late, Bluegrass llup-kaldwc'- .l, inthe ROYAI POWDER Absolutely Puro Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthtulness. Assures the food against tUuiu and all forms of admterstion cominon to the cheap brands, boyal baking fowoek co., NEW YOIK. ir WHAT IS THE MONEY POWER? llxniisvtlle Dispatch al al sim-wi- le-lo- An East Bluehill, Me., dispatch says that the people in the southern part of Hancock ccuntv are deeply interested in a peculiar malady which nfllicts Miss Experience Guilford, ait aged women of that place, who has not uttered a woid or any audihle sound for fitty years. Theoiiginal reason for Miss Guilford's speichlessheN- - was anger because she ccnlil not n.arry the man of her choice. When hh. .ns 10 years old she fell ic love itit William Simpson, the village They were to be married o June 18, 1847. One of Mis Guild-fri,'- b rejected suitdjs told tales on the tch o'master.and Miss Guildfcrl's parents sloped the wedding Miss Guilford thereupon said: '1 swear I will not speak a word, though I live for fifty years, unless I marry this man." She kept her pledge. Her parents died, mid she went to live with her married brother. When he died she made her home with her sister, and after the sisttr'b death she went toacampin t:ie woods and kept house for her brother, with whom she is now living. All this time she performed her share of household work and did not show any regret for haying made the vows. When the fifty years of silence expired ten days a:o she was visited by a laive number of relatives and friends, who went tothe eainp for the pnroso of being present when she was at liberty to speak. Soon after the midday meal Miss Guilford dressed herself in the garments she had not worn fir half a centurj. At 2o'clock she stood up before the. people, smiled and opened her mouth to speak, nnd although she tried hard and ::ot red in the face tr ing, she could not utter a sound. l muscles had become atrophied from long disuse and ref used to act. When she found that she could not speak she sent to Bangor for a physician and took to her bed. The doctor gate no hope of recovery but suggested that she be sent to a Boston hospital for treatment. As soon as she gets strong enough to take the journey, she will make another effort to regain her speech. Her father left her a good sum of money at his death, which has been growing etery year in a savings bank, so she is well able to obtain the treatment she requires. -v IIer-'oca- ummmi a m mr tkShrfferfferffaMAfeMMaik lANDY CATHARTIC m "Nothing:-- else like fc ft s. The most refreshine and pleasant Soap for the skin. TZ it" We Send TO it FREE! weak: men9 Young and Old. i DP " 25 50 - ABSOLUTELY GDARHTEKD plrmd booklet frre. Ait. STKP.lt.NO IIEJlr Dr 10.. ttilraro. "dlgSiSSS' lf?S?,'.eii II on tret 1. DRUGGISTS lork. j 'm 1 nv. fiOTANEOUS VM gJBB " Lll mYvc."lWA as, b -- - - EDICATEP P. 1 Vr. Y- s X' Rejoice with ns in the Discovery. When a man baa suffered for years with a weakness that blights his life ami rob3 him of all that reallv make life" worth livinz, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not possos.--) the moral courage to stop hia downward course. We will send vnu by mail, AUS0LUTE-li- Y FKRK, in plain packaee, the rful ! Il r.in..orrrr sit.i I ,JS0AP. fRutyAnnstPnc tor ths TC11-ErtURSEBrSBATH PRICE.-25- ? til r.Z? sh l BRIDGEFORD'S ffl otliers. : Its great ECONOMIST RANGE. n DK. IIUKFIIAVS SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! It lasts twice as IonAtrial wilt convince merit. Will p!ea;s th: - ?s to permanently enre SKIiK-XBUS- witha lepal VITAL 2na--tntee NESS. CHARLES Mfr.ot a SOAPS Lancaster, Penn. ESTABLISHED. 1849. FRENC1 r :asuoiou3, LLED '.iILLER, TOILET PERFUMERY, i' in n drains. Returns to former appearaBees emaciated orgin3 No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not enre. we would not oiir medicine FREE to try, andpay when satisfied. Write as this may not appear again. AddreojJ lll!ir VAKIIIDCELE SHIPS forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural LOST MAX-IIDilSKXUL WEAK- U hj sel s- Don't turn 24-2- your back NOMOTUCK ; f ANDKATHR!NA; Gunrantcc. Johnston's Sarsaparilla BICYCLES ililiF H Tl- iErcsiift 7 4 it ::SADDLERY.:: .KjYvUOKEi8 U r I fi V9lflHnflK jj jj .u'-o-O- m rier-Journ- al Ia. J. lie Speediest Fr::. may-&m- be-ing- Geo. White. hand-mad- L. & R. IH (NJE R ,3a i e to if-e- d The Pi nest lligs,' The Safest Drivers, The Promptest y-- i o, m ( 8-- A d The Cheapest Prices, You The Pavorite Stable. P. B. BROADBUS, tention, Get u Profits MM ?S agggjc --- --- k) Acme Bicyde 3-- ... r Ale-nor- It r, st-n- - JS. Our Interesting Offer m al SOUTHERN RAILWAY. HRES TORNADO d JASPER, d: IB. S.R sei-retl- 1 property against ... ... Fire $ Tornado. I SQn-da- v. nd al 4.3-tp- idea -- s. i TWO FARMS ... g piir-chasi- BIRTHS. SALE has-thre- t Madison Monumental Works, IBICBIlsIOlsnZ), s o o of-a- WHITE'S - STATION, Liupm-aiOar- a it. t- - GRKNITE -- 7VTONU7VieMTS, !l one-thir- ' -- ce .. the-abos- Jtaio Geo;Ds "-T- T . --- .' r -- r r ' :.. a, -- nr lCj it ' 4adi50D Moi)iJiDer)tal Work?. - m ''. The Richmond Climax. rDBUSSXD XVKKY WKDNKSDAY RIC BY ' " .... -- ... - . , . ..,.., .. ThQ C Climax Printing B. HVOPS. .MiocLstc Editor. Go. PRICK PER YKAR, - $1.50. $1.25 1897. IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. JULY 21, DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appeals, SAM J. SHACKELFORD, of Daviess county. For Circnit Jinlpe THOMAS J. SCOTT, of Madison county. For Comnionwcaltli'K Attorney K A. CKUTCHER, of Jessamine county. Keprctcntativc, W. W. COMBS. temporary chairman, and from notes which wo mado upon his speech we find the first evidences of the presence of the man Bryan men in the audience. "Old time Democracy still lives," said Mr. Carroll, whereat a loud voice in the rear ejaculated 4To the tune of 5000!" Slightly rattled lie proceeded without interruption until by Borne unfortunate slip of the tongue he uttered tbe name of Win. Jennings Bryan, whereupon there was such cheering that Mr. Carroll's voice was drowned in the uproar. That was the first and last time Bryan's name was mentioned during the entire convention, for it was there, as it is everywhere, the signal for demonstrations of approval. Another incident occurred which confirms the truth of the statet ment that in that assemblage well-fegentlemen there were scores of followers of the only true Democracy. In a speech a young delegate mentioned the name of Joe Blackburn and apologized for so doing. Instantly all over the hall hisses w ere hurled at the scornful pharisee, and then, if not before, the managers of the affair discovered that further mention of Bryan and Blackburn would stir up a hornets nest in their great love feast. One by one the great ?iostates of Democracy were paraded before the crowd, to keep up their courage. Every thing was "cut and dried," even the music playing pieces supposed to be appropriate to the occasion. No one seemed to notice that when Mr. Carlisle came forward the band played "Old Kentucky Home.'but for the first time since that immortal song of the soul was written there was not . hand-claor audible utterance. It fell a dead as clods upon a colli n box; it war. the most exquisite satire. Mr. Carlisle ad not been in a Kentucky convention foi ten years, and has his law ollice aud done in New York, under the 6hauo. of well-dresse- d, Official Vote City Democratic Primary, July 15th 1 w Mayor. City Jddoe Att'y. ' y ' r 2 c . Court House. tfOK COUNUILMKN. a. 5 ?!. ff City Hall. University Ward. ; r5 5 w s u n & o I I 31 3 ' 2 7 a 90 37 101 : : p b & s c 58 14 3 50 39 82 1 s c Court Houee City Hall. . University.. 67 35 63 59 80 75 41 88 8 88 33 109 82 285 150 20 7 19 57 137 9 91 69 160 3S8 307 189 140 83 13 79 75 79 37 165 191 129 81 52 39 70 73 88 102 90 63 37 57 W 68 101 114 102 176 72 21 74 46 47 28 44 66 66 85 19 14 55 It would bp very" unfair it you should not fare well every day at tho Fair, since' it is tho endeavor of those whose weliir depends upon tho success of this Fair, to treat all who ,ly bnt to treat with especial come enrness those who, are asmi as yourselves We are engaged In a fair cause, that is, to speak "without un- airness, a warfare not againf t the fair sex but against the pocko.tn of their beaux. We therefore hope, gentle " reader, "still nirest found where all is fair," that you will use all fair exer-- Gloomy, Hopeless Life KTKTf- Internal Pains Lamo, Tlrod, Nervous Every Bad Symptom Cured by Hood's SarsapanlSa. aBevere case of Etcmach trouble. Iliad pains in my stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work, without great suCerlng. My appetite was very poor nnd when I did cat anything J was shortly sttorwardS3eIzed with vomiting spells. I could not rest at uijht and feli lame and tired all over. I became nervou3 and had nc enerrjy whatever. My life seemed gloomy and hopeless. My husband advised mc to take Hood's Sarsaparllla, as he had l'ecn taking it with great bene-uje- d. I began taking It and tho first bottle did mo a great deal of good. I continued with It regularly and have now almost fully rcgaiaed my natural weight and am doin nearly all my housework." Mns. Kixda Crockee, Gladstone, Ala. " My blood was out ot order and I had n energy. After taking two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better than for a year." Mahion W. Smith, ColIIns- ville, Alabama. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by druggists. ?1, six for ?5. Be sure to get Hood's. 2At - " For nearly flvo years I suffered with n Woman Greates Dislike Is Spring Cleaning; her. why not make it a lit tle more pleasant or jm, 22 afmr which we have undertaken. It r wel-far- tions in behalf of the praiiieworthy Total. Majority . 172 197 25 46135 383 376 291 113 234 161 56 246 280 245 167 1 35 118 171 4 119 217 60 d long-winde- d UnIjESs tlie present administration gives us some legislation lookiug toward tho reinonetization of silver tliero will not be enough of it left in four vears from now to-te- the-tal- e. Gon, pivo ns new headers! Wo have broad-spreafollowed Cleveland, Carlisle, Watterson, Buckner and Breckinridge for thirty years. They would lead us still, but we refuse to follow them further into the camp of the destroyers. In other years they were tho people's friends. Lured away by jKrwer and money from their noble tasks of uplifting the masses, it is no wonder their followers are few, fashioned like unto themselves, and wedded to their idol gold. stroying. One of the early their honesty ? ' We regret to give the answer-- , but tho "people of Kentucky are by no means satisfied as to the honesty of either of these gentlemen yet. One assertion made by each of these gentlemen was, that the cause of hard over the land, times, was brought about by vicious financial legislation On this assertion all parties agree, no one disputes; but there has been some vicious, financial legislation; or in other words there is now on the statuto books of the United States a law in regard to finance that is vicious, dangerous, destructive;, ded Then, if we all agree on this propo stories now sition, and wo mean Democrats, Rebeing circulated for effect, is that which publicans and National Democrats, brings Mr. 'Waller Bennett, Republican honesty forces each to say that the camign p County Jndj:e, P." II. SULLIVAN. Comity Attorney, J. TEV1S CODB. Sberifl", II. II. COLYEB. Circuit Clerk, S. II. THORPE, JK. County Clerk, JOHN F. WHITE. Jailer, JAMES C. LACKEY. Assessor, T. 0. CUBBY. Wall MrecL After Mr. Carlisle's ppe-rhe was grabbed .by Bnckner and Biih Bieckinridire and made to promise up jolly that he would them when the- - spoke. The rowd teemed determined to hear Breckinridge, and he came forward and baid he could not change the program to speak at that time. He remarked that lie had done 'all the talking in the fall campaign and now it was right for the others to speak. Watterson is back from Europe, Carlisle is (out of a jobl, aud Lindsay's health is restored." At night the silver-creste- d fusionist from Fa etle spoke for nearly two hours and what he said about his glorious ancestors, must have caused the .dmdes of the honored dead to trpmble in their sockless feet at the sound of a voice now raised against a people and a party the- - had faithfully served in war and in candidate for, judge, into unfavorable Parties have started a report that as president of the Big Hill turnpike, he declines to sell that road to the county. Mr. Bennett informs the Pantagraph that he has never had an offer for the pike, and that the stockholders will sell if they can get & reasonable price. This kind of talk is campaign capital, but will L.l short of effect. Pantagraph. As between the P.mtagraph and Squire Armer, chairman of the turnpike committee, we leave the public to judge. Squire Armer states emphatically that at a meeting called for the purpose of buying the Big Hill pike, its president Mr. Waller Bennett, and a majority of the stockholders were present. They refused the committee's ofiVr or $10,000, ami demanded $19,500. That may be good, "campaign material," but it is tlie truth. no-tir- e. natural and loyal remedy must be resorted to at once for relief. Three of the gentlemen are lawyers by profession and know well the only remedy to remove vicious laws. Did either of thorn point out the vicious financial law they appeared to know-swell and say to the people it should be repealed ? The people are satisfied that they are as well acquainted with tlie remedy as the cansc. They have failed to suggest any remedy to a suffering people. They look upon them while they writho and sutror under tho existing vicious laws which they declare exist and tantalize them further by saying "Bear it, and hush By Quit agitating. grumbling. and by you will have nothing, and nothing to hope for or fet over and then that vicious law, wont hurt yon. You can go to the bottom much easier now, than you can climb back to where you were when this vicious law was enacted. No, gentlemen, we agree with you as to tho cause of your trouble and it is fatal." Tltis is the message these four have brought the people of Kentucky, delivered in convention assembled. It may be true, but one to whom we are proud to do honor says there is yet a bright future for us and a brighter ono for thoso who are to follow after us if we will only remove this vicious law, and we believe it. Gentlemen, gd your way; the people of Kentucky have heard yourand they still distrust you. o style. They are the parents of twins recently born. Katie and Matilda Douglas, of Madison county, are visiting the Prof. Wm. family of J. R. Davis M. Jackson, one of tho principals of the Campbellsvillo High School, bos returned to this city after a visit of several weeks to his home in Richmond. Campbellsville Journal. The Lancaster Fair hop was given on the beautiful lawn of Col. Charles Walker, who erected a pavilion 40x60 and had Saxton's full band. From this city were Misses Margueiettaand Katie Smith, Dovey Letcher, Annie Bennett and Ollie Baldwin, and Messrs. W. O. Owsley, C. W. Tribble, J. J. Nealo, V. R. Shackelford, J. Speed Smith. Jr.. J. J. Greenleaf, Joe Tevis, Warfleld Bennett, Wallace Yates. The dance was a great finale to tlie delightful Fair. Mrs. Jason Walker's pretty home was crowded on Friday night with musicijlovers assembled at an impromptu musical by Mesdames Hanger, Burnntn, Keane, and Bennett, of Lexington, whose vocal solos were encored by tlie largo audience. Mr. W. B Bright gave violin selections which were as well received. e our you take sufficient intere.-tito load yonrmY aid, you will appear faimr than ever at the Fair; we will never treat you nnfa'jrly, and when you withdraw the light of your fair countenance from our iar, we will bid you a kind farewell. The Fair begins July 27 and Instsr four Yours Truly, days. J. RonERT JtlGGS, Asst. See'y. Madison Co Fair. P. S. Bus fare, 10 cents. Sunday School Convention at Waco. The Madison County Sunday School Convention convened "at Waco Ifcip-tichnrch Saturday and was called "to order at 10:30 o'clock by Prof. C. H. Poage. The following program was carried out: Address of Welcome Jesse Cobb. The Ky. S S. Union; What it is and Why It "is H. G. Browuoll. The Pastor's Relation to the S. S. Prof. Milton Elliott. st reserved. Tin's offended some over sitive individuals who blamed the postmaster with partiality, etc. As a matter his laboof fact, those who aided him rious task of arranging the office, were ones w ho have a kick comini; to them, if there is ground for complaint, as they were compelled to fare alike with the public in selecting their boxes. sen111 SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY i Mats n-n An Appeal To The Citizens of Madison New Things To take the place of those worn out ami u passed entirely out 01 style. them, she needs them in the. . Wt p ES R 9g 0 . County. XOOX RECESS. Misses Helen Bennett, Sarah Shack-olfor- d and Hollo McDowell dispensed refreshments. The affair was highly successful from a social aud musical point of view. Misses Lou'Beall and Lida Burgess have returned to their respective homes Wellsburg, W. Va., and Mays-villKy., having cpmo to this city to act as bridesmaids at the Dnldwiu- Brittain nuptials. Upon their every' visit to itichinonu. where ttioy are great favorites, they are feted by the married and younger element until e, Superintendent Public Schools, leace. Mr. J. W. WAGERS. Coroner, Watterson said he had deter- M.G.BROWN. Surveyor, S. F. ROCK. CITY TICKET. For Mayor STOUFFEB. For City Judpe II. C. RICE. For City Attorney J." TALBOT JACKSON. B. COrWILMEV. J. Court House TEVIS. PICKELS. City Hall MERSHON, MAUI'IN. Ft University GIIISON, IIALLAItD. nicnsioMi uivtkict. Macitrate N. 15. TURl'IN. V For Constable L. SIMMONS. We bad tbe pleasure of attending tbe "National Democratic State Convention" last Welncs-danbicli met in Loui-.i!lfor tlie ostensible purpose of a ndidate for Clerk of tbe Court of Appeals, but with tbe real intention of damning even body and everything opposed to tbe Courier-Journand lKiltocracy. It win. a cone al y nunti-nRtin- j: vention composed almost wholly of capi-talis- t, corporation lawyers. United Stateb gaugcrp, railroad attorneys, bank nttaches, ith the smallest number of farmers that ever sat down in a State Convention in Kentucky. And there were many Republicans, a dozen negroes, and the usual quota of people drawn hitlur by the nound of music and the yells of the infatuated worshipers of the Kolden calf. And there were pcattered throughout that assemblage many of the undaunted followers of Wm. Jennings Brain, drawn thither by curiosity and a desire to personally learn the character of the men who saved this country from destruction last fall, and who propose to plunge it yet deeper in misery because t'ie gre it mass of its white inhabitants refuse to bow the knee to their idol gold. Despite the Herculean efforts of the Courier.Journal and offers of free trans-- p irtation to all who applied; in a city ef two hundred thousand and in a State of two millions, and with five great leaders for the attraction, the Music Hall was not filled to its utmost capacity, which gave rise to the reflection that if all thee causes cannot conspire to enlist more people in this nnDeniocratic jurty, then mined nevermore to address a political gatheriug. It Is highly probable this resolution was made when he discovered that wherever he talks to the people of Kentucky his audiences are not of his present political persuasion. Having learned their Democratic doctrine from him these people are not prepared to unlearn the lessons of a quarter-centurtaught by the Carlisles and Wattertons of '73. 78, and '84. His speech we consider the finest delivered at the convention, but itwrs awfully line the dying swan's song. Mr. Lindsay made the point that four silver Democratic Senators were the cause of the Dingley Bill passing. He ought to tell all the truth. Without the Palmer and Buckner ticket and tho Democratic vuto for Mclvinley last fall there would have, been no Republican President or Congress and hence no Dingley bill to vote for. (Jen'l.; Buckner did not make a speech. He got in his work by nominating Hindmau for Clerk, and tho latter was elected as prearranged, with only a show of opposition. When the nominee began speaking the crowd began to leave tho hall and it was half empty when he finished. The bloody work, however, was done, and the five Generals without an army armed themselves oil the scene to return to their respective precincts which neither of them could carry in a rai-- for constable. The convention declared outright for tne single gold standard, and intends to keep up the light against Bryan and silver until the six and a half millions of their followers are killed out or converted. The delegates from Madison were: Messrs. John W. Crooke, J. 15. Parkes. W. II. Miller, T. P. Dudley, Geo. Pl.elps, Jr., A. E. Carse, and Dr. J. W. Harris, chaperoned by Collector C. II. RoJ.es. y, to-da- y, e The only systematic organized charity in existence in Madison county is the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary, an institution for the care of the indigent sick of the city and county. Here trained nurses and the best physicians nd minister to the wants of patients who, otherwise, might be thrown iijK)n the mercies of the conn-lor upon the charity of tlie people. Elsewhere appears an earnest appeal for aid to preserve this noble institution which, like other enterprises, feels the blighting effects of the hard times. But, unlike most enterprises, it has behind it no other capital than the love of humanity aud the sacrifices ot devoted womany, returned on Thursday from Mt. Sterling. "Homeless, near a thousand homes He Mrs. John D. Feeny, Jr., of Paris, blood; And, near a thousand tables, pined and is visiting hor parents here. wanted food." Mrs. S. F. Rock returned Monday from a visit to friends in Irvine. The time has been when the AmeriMr. W. M. Oldham, of Texas, is can press, regardless of political affilia- visiting relatives in this county. tion, would have denounced the autoMiss Lucy Ciow is visiting her crat rule of any one as now exercised by coustn, Miss Brown, at Frankfort. Mr. Speaker Keed. Miss Lula Graham, of Lancaster, Willi Reed as speaker, representative is the guost of Miss Mollie Turpin. that government has become a farce. He appears to rule and govern congress just in accordance with his own will and desire and his party colleagues dare not his edicts even though they may realize and know that they are ordered aud driven like dumb brutes. We admire the accomplishments and tact of Speaker Reed, and well docs he deserve the high honor conferred upon him by his party. He has been a tower of strength in all of his party's councils, and on the floor of Congress, but nothing he has done is of so vast importance as to make of him the wisdom aud mouth-piec- e of the Republican party, and by virtue of his official position the dictator of this Republic To the younger element of citizenship who look forwardjto the days when they may be called upon to lake active part in executing the will of the peopie, the precedent set by Mr. Speaker Reed is one iewed as being fraught with many dangers to representative government. We are pleased to note that a few of the Republican press denounce the absolute power exercised by the present speaker over the congress, but they are by far to few. We believe that a large majority of patriotic people in the Republican party in their hearts condemn the idea of congress being run by one, man. We doubt not but that they are well pleased when thej- - see in those papers fightfng for their party's success squibs stating Uial 'Mr. Speaker Reeds' congress has aJIounied from Friilay n GovThis not a ernment nor a government although Messrs. Reed and Hanna have at this time the absolute control of our legislative and executive affairs. Do our Republican contemporaries endorse the rule of the two Czars? re-6i- bt hood made in its behalf. May God raise up in this time of need some friend to enable ii to carry out the noble work which philanthropy and private enterprise have for five ears accomplished. Mrs. Claude Smith is If you have aught to spare of money tives in Irvine. or provisions, give now, remembering Mr. 0. R. Oldham PERSONAL. visiting rela- RettrXixc. prosperity has struck an- other snag bo we are told by the gold bugs. This time it is the hot weather and storms. Haxd around that plate of "a-bust- tn pros- perity you fellows. Why don't you? We are cold and hungry and in dis" too tress; and tho banks Why don't you hand around the plate? Why don't you ? stenographer, spent Sunday at Harrodsburg. Misses Bessie McGinn and Emma Parrish, of Versailles are guests of Mrs.-JolR. Pates. Capt. R. B. Terrill is back from Lebanon, O., and is stopping at the Garnett House. Miss Nannie Parrish, of Columbus, O., is visiting her sifter, Mrs. Geo. Pickets, on Second street. Mrs. Mary W. Williamson and children are visiting at G30 Sanford street, Covington. Mrs. Dr. Jasper and son loft on Monday for a visit to Mrs. A. ' P. Mitchell at Wilmore. MissUessie Lee Baughman was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Lee Morrow, du ring the Lancaster fair. Miss Sue McRoberts entertainod last Thursday in honor of Miss Pattie, ot Richmond. Danville Advocate. Misses Madge Hart and EstellePoyntz are the guests this week of "the latter's aunt, Mrs. Anna Beau, of Mt. Sterling A called meeting of the D. A. R. is scheduled for 3 p. in. Thursday at tho homo of the Regent, Mrs. C. D. Chon- - Miss Aileen Burns, ot Cynthiana, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. II. Hart, this week. Miss Smith, the Collector's accoin-plinhe- d m ault. John D. White is never happy unless he is in a political row. He has its leaders should take the next neces- aunounccd himself as a candidate sary and logical .stei join the Republi- for Circuit Judge in his district and cans openlv and cease wearing the livery it is probable the Republicans will of a party they have basely betrayed. have to elect him to get rid of Hon. Arthur Carroll, of Louisville, was Democrat. him.--Winches- ter one-ma- two-ma- n Broii'er,ScottFrazee f Carpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. When distinguished men like m Hot Weather Goods In Great Variety. "? Lawn Eurniture, Mammocks, Mousquito Bars,, : lisle, Watterson, Lindsay inridge meet with others tion to discuss matters of public importance and formulate principles and denounce existing evils, all thinking men who have any indesire for good government,-fre- e stitutions and a happy and contented people, will read and weigh well their Carand Breckin conven- utterances. Straw Mattings, At Lowest Prices. Medium and Low - Priced R3 Fine, m :Wr, Chamber Suits, Parlor- Suits, Folding Beds, Brass Beds, Iron Beds, Odd Dressers, Wash Stands, Chiffoniers, Dressing Tables, etc. Popular Finishes. Inspection invited. - The people of Kentucky have just heard the utterances of these four men A people who have respected, trusted and confided in each of them, reacl their speeches delivered last week with less prejudice and as much coolness as any over delivered by either of them heretofore. All realized that the efforts of these distinguished gentlemen, if they were f3 BROWER, SCOTT 82-- & FRAZEE, Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. lwli fcSfiftLj fc-- r.,-- n HP - m really honcst,would bo tophowtho erring ones the folly of their contentions and start them onco more on the path of good government, and become replaced in tho affection of those that now distrust them. We doubt notliut that the people wore as anxious t hear as they were to be heard. j They camo, they have spoken; but are ilio people satisfied even yet, of A - Chenault. by her son, David. Miss Lena MeConnell returned on Monday to Talladega, Ala , after a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. C.Miller and Mrs. E. V. Gibson. After an absence of thirteen years Mrs. Richard Hockaday, of Kansas, Is visiting her father, Mr. A. K. Lackey, at Paint Lick. Mrs. Chas. Baker, and two children, Lula May and Fred, came ovor from Lexington Thursduy to visit Mr. Younger Norrls. Mrs. Ellen Gibson, who left three weeks ago for Fresno, Cal., has stop ped enroute at Colorado .Springs and Sau Antonio to visit friends. Mrs. S. H. Stone and two youngest sons came up from Frankfort on Thursday anil are witli Major and Mrs; John D. Harris, at Blythowo.od. Mrs. Noalo and MiBs Morv Nealo leave.thls week for Richmond. After visiting friends there they go to Danville and Harrodsburg and will-babsent several weeks. Lexington Herald, July 18. .Mrs. "W. H. Shanks will entertain the JSconomical Club next Tuesday from 5 to 7 Misses Olllio Baldwin aud Anne Bennett, of Richmond, arrived yesterday to visit Mrs. W. 11 Shunks. Stanford Journal. Miss Annie Phelps gave a moonlight fete at tho home of her father, Mr. Marcus Phelps, on Friday Bight, which was largely attended. Shfr gave another equally as enjoyable Monday night at Mr.JNewlaud'Jones'- Tho .Episcopal minister, Rev. Mr. Spect, who n year ago married (he' young heiress, MissPuriier. both. at' the time'Ylsitingi In thia'city,is n)w iir Washington .iD.'C.l; where he and cr.,.,n-,1.- ,i l?c- v 4Ua tatifn IS.A W toirtAk fTtr D. e Miss Mary Pattie, of Richmond, who who has been visiting Mrs. B. P: Phillips, will leave for home Danville Advocate Mrs. Preston II. Eastin, of Lexington, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Thos. She is accompanied as among the happiest events of the season. Both possess that real mag- Richmond. netism that is irresistiblo in its The next meeting of the county charm and wins many friends and union will be held July at admirers. Union City. Miss Mary Leavell, of Richmond, ' Called To Campbellsville. is tho guest of Miss Lucilc Arnold. Miss Bessie Turley, of Rich J. Robert Riggs was telegraphed inond, is visiting tho familv of Mr. Mrs. J. T. Palmer and last Thursday to accept the assistant Will Hiatt daughter, Elsie, of Richmond, arc principalship of Campbellsville visiting Mrs. J. M. Higginbotham. Academy, and ho the on Saturday to left Misses Mary and Dovie Letcher, of Richmond, are spending the week investigate the field, which is first-clawith Mrs. Ellen Owsley Miss in every respect. Last year it Lena Duerson, an accomplished was in charge of Profs. Rice Miller young lady of Richmond, arrived and Wm. M. Jackson, both C. U. last week to visit Miss Addie Arnold. Will and Alec Denny enter- graduates. The latter will remain, tained quito a number of their Rich- and it is presumed he proposed Mr. mond and Harrodsburg friends dur- Rigcs' name to the trustees, knowing ing the Fair. Lancaster Record. that he is in every way competent to fill tlie position. Mr.Riggs was graduated at the head of his class at C. V. in 'DC, Magna Cam Lavde, and last Miller. Notwithstanding the hot year taught at the Kingston High weather aud hard times blessings are School, this county, assisting J. Robcontinually showered upon the at- ert Boatman, but had lately decided taches of this office. The latest wave to enter the Law School of C. U. to of prosperity landod a tiny babe at be opened here this fall. Despite hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ansil D. flattering oHer to teacli at CampbellsMiller, and its name is Elizabeth ville his friends are urging him to Gentry, for' its maternal grand decline it and remain in Richmond. mother. Tlie little craft anchored at It is certain he has a bright future tho Miller residence on Saturday, before him, and whether as a pedaJuly 17, at 8 p. m., bringing joy to the gogue or a disciple of the clistinguhdi-e- d hearts of its young parents, as well lawyer. Judge Win. Chenault, it as those of its grandparents, Mr. and is easy to predict a brilliant career for Mrs. R. L. Gentry, to all of whom this brainy young gentleman. tho Climax force join? in heartiest At present Mr. Riggs is assistant well wishes. secretary of the Madison County Fair Association and assistant Grand Recorder and editor of the Delta of tho Sigma Nu fraternity, in both of Harkis Mrs. Harris, mother of which positions he gives the greatest Mrs. J. T. Akers, Miss Sue Harris satisfaction. In common, with his and the late Dr. J. Len Harris, died warm friends here, the Climax on Monday at Floyd, Va. would regret exceedingly to lose CAJirnELL Mrs. Louise Campbell him from the community. died of hemorrhage on Sunday at her Four Peopie Wanted 444. home on Orange street. Funeral by Postmaster Willis anil his corps of asDr. J. W. McCown on Monday, followed by interment in Richmond sistants were rushed to death almost, by the work of arranging tlie postoffice last cemetery. week, finnoyance Talbot After months of tho most and noand experienced muchby incidents little amusement- thorough beautiful, patient waiting, unspeakable cheerfulness and hope, which occurred in connection with the Mrs. Pauline Smith Talbot, widow of transfer to the handsome new building. Guilford Owsley Talbot, died at her Tho Register narrates a joke psrpetrated homo at Ilendersonville, Tenn., on by Hugh Colyer upon Coiey Wallace, respectively Democratic and Republican Saturday, July 15, 1897, at 7 p. candidates for sheriff. Together they child-ron,Talbot was ono of eleven Gen. John Speed Smith, former happened in at the postoffico and were congressman and Grand Master of being shown through the elejmnt apartMosonry in Kentucky. She was born ments by the accomplished and agreeable Sept. 7, 1826, and leaves six children, P. M.; J. B. Willis, Esq. Mr. Wallace is C. II. Talbot, of Gallatin, Tenn.; Mrs. of a rather serious or earnest nature, C. D. Dunn, Mrs. J. Alex Kizer, and whilst Mr. Colyer is always ready for a Mrs. Hewitt Shute, of Ilenderson- joke or a good laugh. As they wore inville, Tenn., Mrs. R. A.Musgrove, of specting the furnishings of tho large deTexas, and Mrs. Eliza Talbot Jack- partment which Joe Willis presides over son, formerly of Richmond, now of Mr. Colyer inquired the prio) of a lock Hendorsonvillo. Of her ten brothers box. Upon being told, he pmmptly re and sisters all are dead except our sponded: "You can just reserve No. distinguished fellow citizen, J. Speed for me I shall shortly move to town for Smith Within two short yeart throe four years, and will need it." Mr. Walof the stauuehest and strongest have lace denies that the remark jointained passsd awny Gon. Green Clay Smith, anything humorous. If it did, he deDr. Curran C. Smith, and lastly Mrs. clares lie failed to see the point. Another incident is that w.nch illusTalbot. God bless her memory, and trates the pride, selfishness or sensitivemay the influence of tho sainted dead ness of humanity. In the choice of new dweJL with her children and grandboxes person were controlled hv some capchildren forever. rice or whim, and it happened that several individuals applied for tlie same box State op Ohio Citv of Toledo. . No. 1, for instance, was quite popular, J Lucas Countv. but it had already been assigned to Col. Frank J. Ciiknet makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. David W. Irvine. Among the most Cheney & Co., doing business in the sought-afte- r boxes were 222 and 333. But City of Toledo, County and State afore- 444 was most desired. This number sugsaid and that said firm will pay the sum gests tho famous combination known of ONE HUNDRKDDOLLAIJSforeach and would and every ca.so of Catarrh that cannot be among the sports ns cured by the use of Hall's Cataerh easily be remembered. People of the Cuke. masculine gender applied, one after an-tFRANK J. CHENEY. another, for this box, but were inSworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, formed that it bad been for eight yeais A. I). 1886. the number of tho "Western Uaion Tele' A. VI. lUJCiJlOV11, graph Company, was known abroad, and Notary Public. that it, as well as similar boxes, had been Hall's Batarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood 'and muAwarded cous surfaces of the system. Send for tesHighest Honors Worldfs Fair, timonials, free. F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. 8Sold by Druggists, 75c. ss their visits havejbeen anticipated House to House Visitation Why Mr. Fielder. How II. G. Urownell. Its Value Prof. Poage. Each point was ably discussed, and with the feeling that always characterizes these nieetingo. It is goner- ally understood that Waco, as well as Union, is noted for fine dinners, and on this occasion it was fullv demonstrated. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Prof. L. V. Dodge, Berea, President; A. 1) Smith, Richmond, Vice President; W. F. Baumstark, Waco, Secretary and Treasurer. An executive board was elected, consisting of one member from each magisterial districo and two from At tho last meeting of tlie Pattie A. Clay Infirmary Association I was asked to write a reminder to the citizens of the town and couuty, that we very much nerd contributions of money tii(t provisions in oruer 10 carry "on our work successfully. We have now been in existence nearly live years and through the liberal help'gncn, have kept open the doors for the sick and suffering, both rich .mil i'oor, and feel confident that all who have partaken of our wire have bee.it comforted and are thankful that we have such an institution in our midbt. We wih vry much that the people of Mndisuii would come during tne visitimr hours, irom L'iojo clock, when they are in town, and see for themselves how the money is expended that the county .Magistrates pay towards tho expenses Nowhere caii five dollars, wnicii they give for each patient per week, rotiirn moro than here, in relif f for suffering and good care of the county's sick. Judges Chenault and Liurnam have twice as both testilied that it cur-tmuch to have them taken care of outside, and nothing like ;o"welI done. Very few deaths have occurred m proportion to tho number of patients, and they were largely patients who had a bare chance tor life when taken s Vl P 3 i v- - P J IP! II mm i V And aught to have them anyway, ami since she been so very economical you during the recent And now you can get them at su-- very U ' providing you come to us from thcni. tl no excuse for you not makinir her ; means home more pleasant for yur!f. h Hard Tun, (S . BIRTHS. DEATHS. m-Mr- s. of belongs to all tlie jieople of tho county, rich and poor, anil it is therefore incumbent upon all to do what they can to uphold aud make it a success. Those who hae money nnd wish to erect an enduring monument to their beloved diad, comd not put up a better one than to endow a bed or tuiiid a room in their memory. We need very much an endowment fund so ns to put this mo.st worthy institution upon n solid foundation. The college should have a bed where the sick students could be nursed All the churches should combine nnd endow a bed. A good endowment sum would secure this as a periiianen gift to the county, and uiul as it is the one charity in the county, and so rich n one as Madison, the people ought to see that it is done, 'lliere are unpaid officers in the association only the nurses, housekeeper and servants, who have small salaries; all the" rest of the persons connected with it have only their benevolent and ehariable feelings to spur them 011 to do the arduous and by no means pleasant duties of thoii offices The interest of the community seems to have slackened very much in the past year. We hope that this will remind you all that we are much in need of provisions and money, and your active, personal knowledge of how this work is done. Come and see and encourage us, who are bearing the brunt of the work; many hands and hearts lighten the labor, and cheer those who have their shoulders to the wheel. Dont standoff and criticise, but give us your experience, knowledge and cheer. We need that as well as money and provisions. May we not confidently look for an increase of interest, aud if all pull together we can accomplish a great deal. All need to help us run it successfully. All havo equal right and duty towards it. It belongs to no set of persons, you and I are equally under obligations to help and make a success of it. We are practically out of debt, have nursed many patients, have added a new operating room, bath room, children's ward and colored women's and children's ward, and have a four hundred dollar endowment fund loaned at interest. Do add to it; that is a pitiful amount after these live years that a few devoted women have run the establishment. Tlie physicians, too, have been most generous in giving their attention, free of charge, to the county patients, thereby saving hundreds of dollars to the county, more indeed than the county pays to us in fees alone. Come let's all join in and help to do this work. Join the association so you can have your say as to how it shall be conducted. One dollar for membership. Send in your name and tho dollar. Respr., Mks.Mahy B. Cuay, One of the Board of Managers. Register and Pautagrapn pleaso copy. Kirksville Democratic Committee For Primary. Call to the Infirmary, 'this institution Our Stock is Complete And not an article but what ha been luj?i first of the year and entirely te many t :. mention each one, so just rem, uilier we have anything you may want in th- - F line and if you do not believe it, come art! 3rourself. M Forget lo yswu iPisli ekonfe. i-' UllvIlCiilCiil I sj Furniture and Undertakers. y r 1 2 a fc I . H !ii5 s " jg e ZT1 2 V it& OF MEN'S CMfsEC M i I M I II I ii u 1 Vv 83.UO M i I II II B Tan and Oxbloocl, Coin Razor and Bulldog Toes, Lace and Con cress, Former Prices N 3..)d 4.0(1 1 CI w Go At $2.00 A Pair At A c it I M I X 3 S "tiJ hti S a S w3 1 3 ILw 3 J S t V Phone, No. 21 Fin.vr N' At a meeting of the Democratic Committee at Richmond, Ky., held n tho 5th day of July, 1897, the following resolutions were adopted: 1st. It is ordered that a Democratic primary election be held at the various voting precincts in Kirksville Magisterial District on the 7th day of August, 1S97, to select Democratic candidates for Magistrate and Constable, and tho polls shall bo open from 7 a m. to 4 p. in. in Kirks-vill- o voting orecincts for the aforesaid purpose. 2nd. That for the purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting said primary election, tho candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or before the 20th day of July, 1897, pay to the chairman of this committee the following sums: Constable, $10 each. 3rd. That said primary election shall be conducted by officers; to be hereafter named by this committee New C fl9C' o? a " o..:.v o Z mr PartinersMpo 9 .o o '.'9 e er The firm of Shackelford & Gentry u dissolved, and Mr. D. B. Shackelford will take his customers into partnership uiih him dividing the profits with them by selling goods cheaper than ever They' will do business under the tinu name of bi-ion1- . Candidates for Magistrate and D. B. Shackelford & Co., nnd will be glad to have their friends call and see the best line of Cultivators, Double Bhovels and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, Vater Coolers and Ice Boxes, peering jnly-7-l- m DR; LOCAL Dr. Ashbaugh challenges any man in the; county lo beat him in the management of bees. He says he stalled last spring with seventeen stands of bees, n end now has" stands and ' is taken 1700 pounds of honey, thirty-seve- ttWCfc n i CREAM Jo The Young Ladies ot Madison County, BAKINii MOSTPERFgqT MyjpE. A pure Grapejtream.of Tartar Powder. vFre uf u nnwnouia, mum or any otner aautteraBt, 1 -- I-- . ihp jVbnduetetpf-fche- ; Fair dining roomiMrs. I)iUis;'-'Aa- d indeed Fair'. When such fair beings as you have jho rn'rnoss to honor on rcf 'air wilhr your jurpresenco, it is perfectly fair thaEymi should receive good fare from of the. (ith. That the Chairman of this committee give public notice of this election a. copy 3l this onler at each of .by the three votins places in Kirksville and shall publish neapyef this order in every ifsue oi the Richmond Climax from dte"of adoption'to lime of said primary w 4th. That the Chairman and Secretary of this committee are hereby appointed. a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election 5th. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats, and who will support the nominees of this primary' election, and all young men now years, under the asre of twenty-on-e who will attain llieir majority on or. before the next general election, in November, 1897. and who declare their purpose and intention to affiliate with tho Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election. iting election. - 4 fes J. X. - - Tonr CrT.. rJ t, "T "T- -- Tis zm . D. B. Shackelford, ierly - Binders, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fly Traps. Ely Eans and Screen Doors and Windows, Preserving Kettles, Emit Jars nd Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and largest assorted line of Builders Hardware, agricultural Implements and Stoves in the City. Call and see for yourselves. a . - Successor to t v . sgr - j .- "i C ri ,, The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. JULY 21, - - 1897. Have you selected your box new postofRce? $1 at Mnrgoleti's. at the Twenty pounds granulated sugar for The now postolllce is a thing of bennty and a joy forever. Bales & McElwaine took $500 worth of premiums at the Lancaster fair. Seo shontf'B notico to tax payers. Be on hand and pay your taxes. Sec notico of Mrs. Williamson's primary bcliool elsewhere in'tho Climax. MihS Viola Million will assist Prof. J. It. Harris at Elliott Institute, Kirka-ill- e. Don't insure your life in a company that you don't know anything about that will keep you awake at night wondering if it will be able to pay. Treat your clothier in the Bame way. Go to to a reliable, 'woll-trle- d ono pay a fair price., get just what you want, and that's an end to it. Well conditioned life insurance and well made, properly fitting clothing are two Important essentials that go together. Ono. establishes security for the future, the other position and respect for the present. Covington & Mitchell. Slrayed. i To the People. " ' " Black"gilt, white face, bob tail.- - and swallow lork in left ear. weight 130 lls.- The Register decries the dangerous If not called for by July 31 Fame will be practice of vohicles turning to tho sold at 11 o'clock at Duncan AChenault's left when tney overtake another, as liver- - stable, to highest bidder. It renders liable a collision with an Mules Wanted. Hus-tonvill- I am a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Madison. If elected, my rule of conduct in the office shall be, "equal and exact justice to all peo- Ci.re all liytr ills, bilious- mmm ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall ncss, headache, sour stom- acli. Indigestion, "constipa-- W IS bo. my constant endeavor to secures prution. The j art eullj, with- Sold cents. dent and "economical administration of out pain or gripe.to talcs by alt druggist. The fcnly Hlli with Hood'i SarufarlUa. the fiscal affairs of the county, and lhus Australia's Railway Men's Union has reduce the cxccsshcTalc of taxation. I solicit your aid. Obajtt E. Lrirv. been suppressed by the government. We know the great cures by Hood's Neglect of the hair often "Jeatroys its vitality and hue, and causes It to fall Sarsaparilla are genuine because the peoout. Before it is too late, apply Hall's ple themselves write about them. It Hair Renewer, a suie remedy. It were employed by the , Union bands city of San Francisco on July 4. Right You Are, Yet Wrong. Hood's a. Attention, OH Soldiers I , , ,,... .... may limit tho world oyer and you You will not find another medicine equal to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera "and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale . -- v - ' I . I - ...-.. . -- ... . - . . . .... ... .,., . . - .... ,,.,.... ,..,. . .. . .. ... ..., . . ,.. . . ...-- 111 0 by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. july-7-lm Loudon has womea cab drivers- - Ls Don't Tobacco Spit and Bmoks Tour Life Away, If yon, waut to quit tobacco using easily aud forever, bomaaowull.stroncr. mucmetlc. THE GREAT M D-SUW- 1MER 1EARANCE SALE -- full of new lifo aud vigor, tako tho wonder-worke- r, that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds In ten days. or your Over 400,000 cured. Buy NoTTo-Ba- o druggist, under guarantee to cure, 60o or $1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. (Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicano or New York. AT THE - London has a 'laundry" school. We have opened the Boston Great Bargain Store with a full line of ladies and gents furnishing goods, fashionable clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musical instruments, etc. Everything at the lowest prices. Will also make special prices for the uext CO days, every day from 10 a. m until 2 p in., Saturday's from 10 a. m. until 9 p..m. Call on me and look at i'hIs. Respt. Yours, A. DOBROWSKY, Prop., 21 First St., Richmond, Kv jh2-2i- ii -- Friday's rain storm damaged corn and tobacco in tlio Million and Newby tactions. Out of 14 applicants for teachers' cer- Messrs. Powell and Harper, of will bo here on court day to light on the subject: f! years old, well purchase mules, laws A Scotch court has decided that call broke. These gentlemen are recom- The quite;of the road are a naradox mended as strictly 0. K. See ad. For when you aro traveling along, ing a man a rat is libelous. If you keep to the left you're sure to bo WnnN More o, july-7-l3-t- o Tho manufactures have instructed to ghe a bottle of 25c. sizeof FoIey'sCol-i- c Cure free to the first soldier of the civil approaching venicle which always was that applies for same. It is the great goes to the right. remedy for Chronic Diarrhoea, Cramp This bit of poetry may throw some Colic and all Bowel coniplaints. 4 Busy Bee Cash Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. Stores tf I 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, thtit 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 city has her sons and daughters had the oppors .seasonable goods at prices that are being tunity offered them to buy real named on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at 6ic. former price 10c per yd., about 500 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful "White Ground Dimities with .pink, black and blue polka dots will be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods forrrer price 15c per yd. will be closed at 7c, about 600 yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth ISc. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty .as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12$c a yd., these goods were sold at 19c a yd. first-classtj-lish, r v If you turn Pigg, solo owner of the wrong. Richmond and Irvine pike, 20) miles, Man- - lives have been saved by the The school per capita will be the has sold to the county court tho Madsame as last year, $2.20. Teachers will ison end of tho road, 11 miles, at timely use of Dr. bell's Pine Tar Honey. $750 per mile, total amount $8,C25. now breathe easily. When a cold creeps upon you, ora cough racks your lungs, no remedy is so prompt Poisoned Chickens. The prizes for the bicycle races at or effectual. Can be given to children the fair are wortb $123. They are on Henry Benna, colored, is in jail for with ierfect safety and is sure to proexhibition at Douglas Bros. poisoning chickens, the propertyof Bob duce beneficial resulte. It There are nearly 700 lock boxes in Jannon, a colored neighbor. Benna Help Needed. claims the fowls were scratching up his the new postolllce. A few remain garden and he sought to break them of Madison county supports a jail for Hurry and get one. tho habit by administering arsenic in her criminals .and a poor house for Messrs. Powell and Harper. of dough. The fine is $20 to $100 for such her indigent citizens, neithecof which will le here court day in an offense- affords a channel for the exercise of of mules 3 to 6 years old, well the impulses of philanthropy. The inNews In Stock Ctrclcs. broke. John D. Harris sold to J. W. aud firmary is the only systematic, intelThe $31 ,000 insurance money will bo Ii. A. Ballard 26 head of butcher cat- ligent agent of charity in tho county. iibt'd ts erect a court house iu LexingIt is iu need of funds and provisions tle at 1 to 3 cents. to carry on its noblo work. Help it ton, a duplicate of the one lately Gen'l. C. M. Clay shipped 2 South- to help others. burned. down bucks to Jas. S. Kichardson, To make your bnslness pay, good health Mr. J. Nathan Elliott, the victo- Beauvoir, Miss. is a prime factor. To eeciucgood Health, rious college orator at Chautauqua, will J. W. Bales bought of J. A. Cohen, teach at Miller's school house, near of Woodford, $0,000 worth oi export the Llood should be kept pure and vigorous by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. iew. cattlo. When the vital fluid is impure and Complimentary tickets for the fair Picnic at Green River Bridge. snjjg'sh, there can be neither health, are now ready for distribution, and those strength, nor ambition. The Campbollsville It entitled can jjet same by calling on Sectells of a picnic party given at Green Kansas City is to hae a labor temple. retary Dcathersge. Iliver bridge on July G. There are A mirror could not lie if it wanted to. Agents wanted to sell the National old soldiers still living in Madison to Kitchen Cabinet in Madison county. whom the mention of that locality re- Tho glass has nothing to gain by ilattery. ad. and call on C. G. Ford at vives memories of a sanguinary con- If the roses of health and plumpness of Crow's stationery store. flict during the war which time can beauty are leaving your face, your mirror will tell you so. Health is the greatProf. J. B. Harris has refused the not blot out. Col. Chenanlt's. Capt. est bcautifier in the world. When a prmcipalship of the Jellico Graded Trihble and others of this county, last woman sees the indications of ill health school, to accept a similar position at their lives there. in the face, she may with almost absolute 1 lliott Institute, Kirksville Broken Collar Bone. certainty look for the cause in one or - Lucy Gilbert, IJ. P. Fox's former The friends of Mr. Grant Harris, botii of two conditions constipation, purse and they are legion, were greatly dis- and derangement of theorgans distinctly pHiptTty. easily won the 2 ol $Tj(0 in 2:31 at Chicago. She can go tressed on yesterday, when he ap- feminine. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelfets i n 2.20, says the Horse Ileview. peared on the streets with an empty will cure constipation. There is no reaA good crowd from here attended sleeve dangling at his side. They son in the world why a woman should were glad to learn that the arm was not be perfectly healthy. She will gain the Lancaster fair. Had special trains gone but only bound to his side in health, strength and flesh. Hollows Madison would have sent a not been run while a broken collar bono was mend- and angels will give place to fullness and thousand people besides Bill Owsley. ing, which had been fractured by the grace. She "will be that noblest and Judge Rice has ordered the arrest jerk of an unruly mule. most beantifull of all creation a perfect of Iwvh for jumping on trains at the woman. Why Not Learn a Lesson? K. C. depot. lib fined Lafayette GilSend 21 cents in to The Pautagraph assails the nominees World's bert $5 for this dangerous pastime. Dispensary Medical Association of last week's Democratic .primary as Some county letters are omitted, forces detrimental to good government, Buffalo, N. Y and receive Dr. Pierce's 100S page "Common Sense Medical Admuch to our regret, on account of space. aud declares it would rather risk a set of viser," profusely illustrated. We appreciate the letters ot our H Republicans. That word risk is a killer. and never needlessly omit them. It is a confession of doubt as to the Two Grand Rapids breweries have own party's honor. But the agreed to use union-mabarrels Dock DcJarnctt, colored, was nr rested in Winchester Sunday by Off- point we wish to make is, that the peoicer Tarpy, who lodged him in jail ple of Kentuckr are not hankering after If you Lave an abuiidaucc "of dark, here, where he is wanted for several any more purification from the Republi- gloty hair, if you would have a clean cans. Look at Frankfort. offenses. scalp, free from dandruff and irritating No one who attended the Lancashumors, or if your hair is faded and Talmage at High Bridge, gray, and you would have its natural ter fair Friday got as wot as the Paint nigh Bridge camp meeting convenes Lick crowd. Thoy looked like the July 23 to August 1, inclusive, this year. co!or restored, nse Ayer's Hair Vigor. Paint Lick gardens that were washed B. Fay Mills, the evangelist, occupies It is unquestionably the best dressing. away by the recent floods. It the principal place on the program for be astonished call as Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25, If you want to Novelist Crane, Ella Wheeler Wilcox we did on S. L. Midkiffand examine his and the great Talmage will preach July and Hamlin Garland are single taxers. hue of barouches, phaetons, buggies and 31 and Augufet 1. A brilliant program is ro.til wagons and get his prices for same, Eternal Vigilance) 'liie poorest can afford to ride iu a vehicle arranged for intervening days, of music, Is the price of perfect health, Watch sermons and a special feature of illustratf at ln- prices. carefully the first symptoms of impure Prof. Shearer, of CincinCome in and see how you like ted lectures by nati. Low rate excursions from all points blood. Cure boils, pimples humors and the looks of yourself in a straw hat on the Queen and Crescent, Cincinnati scrofula by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. for these hot days. They are beauSomerset. Tee small bills or ask your Drive away the pains and aches of rheuties and will go a long ways in mak- to matism, malaria and stomach troublei, ticket agent for patticulars. ing you "one." Covington & Mitch-oisteady your nerves and overcome that , "W. C. RixeAk.so.n-- G. P. A. tired feeling by taking the same gerat Moran Farm Rented. Bud Dunn and his sorrel mare did medicine. just as tho Climax predicted went Mr. J.S. Collins rented at public aucJo the I.ancnftcr fair and captured tion on Monday from Mrs W. It. Shack- Ecol's Pills are the best family cathartin- $35 blue tie for "best walking stalelford, representing Hugh A. Moran tic and liver tonic. Gentle, reliable, . lion, mare or gelding, any age." Look and her children, 275 acres of grass sure. It out for Bud at Richmond. laud at $2.40 per acre for the remainBoston brewery engineers demand $25 Get read- - for the Fair. Don't der of the year and for the year 1893. and $18 per week, the latter for assistgrass has not been grazed or cut ants. wait until the last moment. Begin The this year and it is, therefore, virtunow. Get yourself some of our cool, Food, undigested, is poison. Digested, colored negligee shirts, all styles, ally a two years routing for the small it is life and Mrength. Millions of us sum of $2.40 per year. Capt. Thos. both with and without c o suffer from indigestion, but we often "With ono of these shirts on Ferrill was the auctioneer, and he don't know it. We think it is something generally gets for anything all that you arc in a position to enjoy tho it will bring in tho markets. This else. Even doctors often mistake the Fair. Covington & Mitchell. land is as good as any in the county, Symplons. Pale, thia people, who aro overworked, Don't forget the 25 premium and if the gold bugs can see any prosgiven by John Donclson for the best perity to the widow and orphans, who need strength, who seem in want of horse, inare or gelding to be driven to wnen their estate yields them no proper food, should take Shaker Digesone of his buggies. If you happen not greater income in money than this, tive Cordial. It isatonishing what food to own a Donclson buggy, you can they are at liberty to rise and explain will do, when properly digested. get one at any of the livery stables in in these columns. It will make youfstrong, revive you, ltichmand. refresh you, sustain you, make you fat, The Passing o! the Horse. Mr. V. "W. un-take- tificates, 7 received first class, 3 second, 1 third, and 3 failed. Pikes Purchased. rISlit; bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, to the right you'll bo candy cathaitic, cure guaranteed, 10, 2oc Minneapolis painters organized. h Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovcrvof the age, pleasant aud rcfreshintr to tie taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the entire system, disjcl cold I Karvolous I Wosdcrf al cure headache, fever, habitual constipation are expressions frequently heard about and biliousness. Please buy and try a box or C. C. cures effected by Foley's" Kidney Cure-D- o guaranteed to euro 10, 23, SO cent, bold and by all druggists. not fail to try this great remedy for Frog skin gloves gain favor. jnly-7-lany kiinev trouble. ioay5 lyr Members of the Newark Laborers Union get $2.16 per day. i a m n. Hus-tonvill- e, Yal-le- v " Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed Don't Stop Him! by applying Chamberlain's Eye and He lias a bad attack of colic and is mak- Skin Ointment. Many very bad :ases ing for 's drug store after a bottle of have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and Foley's Colic Cure. 23c. and 50c. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Pittsburg building trades unions will enter politics. Dr. Cndy's Condition Powdcrn, aro jn3t what a horse When You Tako Tour Vacation condition. Tonic, needs when in bad blood purifier and They aro' not food but the most necessary article to have with vermifuge. you (after your pocket book) is a bottle mediciuo and tho best in use to put a horse in prime Price 25 of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute :cnts per package.condition. Salt-Rheum hotel has introduced the profit sharing system. Alfew York 40ySs ' - n -- M """ july-7-l- m All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. Times-Journ- al prevention or cure of all deragemeuts of the bowels caused by a change of water july-7-lYou are likely to need it. m India imports our cigaieltes. 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 money. We have quite a lot of remenants cf Brussels and Ingrain Carpets that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. They run from two to nineteen 3'ards in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once All-wo- ol - N-- - Detroit has a negro''wonien,s union. Just try a 10c. iox of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. niayl ly Wyoming is to have a negro colony. NO KITCHEN SHOULD BE WITHOUT A. y-- o. one-ce- Quicb Relief For Astasia. Foley's Honey and Tar is guaranteed to give prompt relief in all cases of AsIT COMBINES thma Do not class this with other medicines that have failed to give relief. CLEANLINESS, Give it a trial. ECONOMY, There are 23,000 union cigar makers. AND BEAUTY. Reasons "VTny Ohan'borlain's Colic, Cholera Ana Diarrhosa Bcnc&y WITH IT THERE IS islnc Zest. VERMIN. OUST. 1. 3ccanse it affords almost instant DAMPNESS. relief in case of pain in thestomach, colic MUST. INSECTS. and cholera inoibus. MILDEW. 2. Because it is the only remedy that never fails in the mo.it severe cases, of IT SAVES TIME, dysentery and diarriuea. C. Because it is the only remedy that Saves Health, CABINET KITCHEN wy july-7-l- m before the7- are gone. All Carpets, L'inol'uems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc.. go in this sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Xow is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty styles left to cloe. Eveiything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for yourselves. Baby Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 10c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at 62.1)5, worth SG.00. Xice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, preUy patterns. 81.15, former price S1.9S. Men's Jeans Pants, Boy'p Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. goods in every department and you You all know that we carry nothing but iirst-clas-s also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. When we "tell you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAX WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart aud we will save 3011 some mone3 and at the same time vou will buv a great man- useful things at unheard of LOW Respectfully, PRICES. All-wo- ol -- corres-tHMide- ut Pan-tagrap- will enre chronic di.irthoea. 4. Because it is the only remedy w ill prevent bilious colic. 5. Because it is the only remedy that that Sates Stooping, Saves Evaporation, " Save Scrubbing, Saves Waste of Material, Saves Thousands ot Steps. Saves Sweeping, W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. N de exclu-sivel- v. - will cure epidemical dysentery. 6. Because it is the only remedy that can always be depended ujKn in cases of cholera infantum. 7. Because it is the most prompt and most reliable medicine in use for bowel complaints. 8. Because it produces no bad results. !. Because it is pleasant and safe to take. 10. Because it has saved the lives of more people than any other medicine in the world. Tiio 23 and 50c sizes for sale by W. G. jnly-7-lWhite Iliclnrond, Ky. m It is n beautiful pieee-- furniture aud an ornament, to jmy kitchen. While, compact and out, pf the way, it is, immediately afcband, aud needed in every household 'three times a day for 3fi5 days in each year. Sample Cabinet on exhibition at Crow's Stationery Store, opp. Hotel Glyndon. of ISI 7fBtA if W ANTE D- -J Country boyjs with horses and buggies preforted. Rig money. c A G K 1ST T S jly21-6- C. G.FORD, Gen'l. Agent, Kichniond, Ky. jxuu M m 3 & m STRENG' MID-SUMMEf Tho treasurer of theNejv tral labor Union is missing. York Cen- l. - ALL THE PE0PLS Should keep themselves healthy and es pecial care should be given to this time. Health depends upon pure and impoverished diseases of various kinds are, almost certain to result. The one true blood purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla By its power to purify and vitalize the blood it has proed itself to be the safeguard of health, and the record ofremarkable cures effected proves that it lias womlei-ful Mules Wanted! M One or both of us will be in Ji Richmond on August County Court day to hxy mules. Want them from 3 to old, well broke. tTZ1besry'' M UK eat kit is, Is now on. Our Xew Departure meeting with the approval of a generous public. Same price to evtry one and CASH in every instance. oLEAD NOTICE the rare bargains we are ottering for Powell & Harper, power over disease. -- It actually and permanently cures when all other preparations fail 'to do any good whatever. july-7-lm Dealers in AIulcs, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, Jlj w Hustonville, Ky . M Ladies Men & Boys... A suit that suits is worth having. There's so much instrinsic worth of ready-mad- e clothing that one is indeed fortunate to light on a genuine bargain. Appearances are deceptive, but there's nothing false in our suits. The sale on now is to decrease stock and they must go. No reserve. Genuine Bargains Suita at $$.50, $100, $5.00, ST 00, $7.50. Can't bo duplicated for twice ihe money other places. AiP-fee. liars Germany has S03,1S0 metal workers. n "Last summer one of our was sick with a severe bowel trouble," says Mrs. E G. Gregory, of Mo. "Our doctor's remedy had failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very speedy relief." For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. grand-childreFreder-ickstowm lis To Tans! the following dates given, of collecting Be sure and Fine Goods, $P The East Is flffflffflff V-- n Inff l ft 1 n, I will be tit places, on the for the purpose taxes for 1897. be on hand : r Staw Hats and the harvet is here restore youi color, make muscle, brain a Harvest of Bargains in all sixes, is fibre, courage, endurance, energy; inthis city, Mr. James Bennett, shapes and description1- - of Hats. one of those who firmly believes that crease your power to throw off disease tho horse is destined to a compara- and keep you healthy and happy. Y'our patronage is solicited. Shoes In Every Style tively early extinction, or at least to Indigestion does just the opposite, but ber. tf disappear almost wholly from com- indigestion can be cured and prevented At one price to all alike. There are r-ji. 'i j merce Mr. Bennett is one of the 9 GHXP Krupp nas 27,155 employes. fessP W$ W-- W&kWl &?i&$$i TO The partnership heretofore existing between shoe stores which keep one or two of 3HJE wagon, Dan A. Cornelison road most conservative of men, yet he is a with Shaker Digestive Cordial. road M. B. Arbuckle and Cyrus Douglas, under the Sold by di uggist Tril bottle 10 cents. the shoes we have, but thre are bohs wagon, W. It. Timor roau wagon, un. student of affairs whose opinions are CASrCARKTsstiiniilateliver, kidneys and firm namsnf Arbuckle & Douclas. dealers in fa) Boots. Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods, that keeps the variety in foot wear B. F. Million buggy, Terry Hagin as valuable as they are interesting. Chicago's Hoisting Engineers' union bowels. Never bicken, weaken or cripe. i M. II. Arbuckle retiring. All accounts due iniivl-lwhich makes our establishment the buggy, and Mrs. Terrill a surrey. 'SfsFSA - Jw said firm miist be settled at once He is not of those who discounte- Was granted an advance of six cents per irin fc&otCr3t-&wxm (h&h (EtttlfhtK&ih (&:aJ!r&Zi i"K mecca for all who aro looking for fit and excellence of quality awl workM. B. ARBUCKLE. Lour. Prof. H. G. Brownell, of Louis nance inventions which conduce to FrLsco waiters orvatiized. CYBUS DOUGLAS. Jlylt-3manship. See our $1 125, $1.50, $1."5 and $2. Shoes 25 that other shoe stores .ille, delivered an address at fche innocent pleasure or to the saving of If there is any one thing that neeJs to 8&U are asking 25 per cent, more money 1'irst Presbyterian Church Sunday labor, recognizing tho inevitable to be purified, it is politics, so the refor. afternoon at 4.o'clock, on the objocts drift of events in those directions. former says, and may agree thereto. Sunday School Union. Recently we observed him examin- But blood tells, and as a blood purifier of the Kcntuck VMH Woo V There were but few present, but those ing a bicycle and upon expressing and liver corrector Simmons Liver Regnwwu. who beard the address were pleased." our surprise at his interest in the si- ulator is the lwst medicine. ' I use it in Over 400,000 vacancies several times as many vacancies as membera. Must have more opinion that the ad- lent steed, ho remarked: one plan GUARANTEES positions. We aro of the preference to any other." So wrote Mr. memburs Several plans; two plans gie free registration; day3- - No charge to 10 cents pavs take the nee !a choice, P dress" will havo the effect of creating "Perhaps nothing is more charac- S. M. Hysell, of Middleport, Ohio. Aud employers forfor book, containing plans and a $500.00 love 3tory of College recommending teachers. ijp&j or nothing said the collar to 1 Riy, Da. O. M TKACUKKS BUKKAU, M.. SUTTON TEACHERS' I1UKBAO, renewed interest In Sunday Sehool teristic of this closing quarter of this Dr. D. S. Russell, of Farmville, Va.. St., S.V.Cor.MaIn&Sts,LouIsvIHe,Ky. ahd manaoib. ,cut fotmiile effire. I Ok feeDearborn hA Chnago, 111. work, and will undoubtedly cause century than the speed with which writes, "It faltills all yon promise for it" the cuff." "Well, I'll beclose cSiccf, rrpltrs ii .Vrittrs uwinci Cainrs o&x, &ntbm rieauici more interest to betaken in the coun- new inventions of great public utility It to hand," replied the cuff, and ty Sunday School Unions. aro advanced into general acceptto the peoLailor Day has been fixed for tho first The Greatest Bargains ever offered ance and use, as witness the teleA favorite remedy for many of the ple of Madison count3. phone, the electric car, and tho bi- dav of the .Minnesota State fair. ills of this life is Simmons' Liver ReguExcursion to High Bridge, lator, the most popular medicine yet dis- cycle. What has been done in recent gives ground for The Southern railway is the greatcamp z ajsearching cleanser, and years in these lines covered. It is ' road ve- meeting line, and for the meeting at belief that the Isb m by its action frees the system of all imMen's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.00 and of pleasure High Bridge, Ky., beginning July 25 purities, producing a sound, healthy hicles of business Men's Suits, for 3.00 worth 9.00 at least equal rapidity and running until August 1, Mr Wm. liver. It is tiie standard household rem- will achieve Boy's: Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. RocentlyEdisou, H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A. lias arranged so ttiey were satisfied. That's edy for liver and stomach troubles, and of introduction. expressed the belief, special excursion trains from Louisville Men's Shoes 80 cents. in an Interview, the way with our customers, has the unqualified indorsement of thounext three years horses and intermediate points to High Bridge Ladies' Shoes 80 cents. sands of our best citizens throughout tho 'that in tho no matter what their fancy disappear from our and return on Sunday, July 25 and AuA J3eauif ul Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. country. Havintflieen before tho peo- very largely will may dictate, we please them. . gust 1. Trains Iwive Louisyillo at 0:00 Cjgja Good Br bwn. Cotton 3 cents a yard. have- comlong and honora- streets and cities and the ple for many years, its will take the place of tho horse a. m., retnrntug leave bridge 0:30 p. m. Underwear. Hosiery NeckDuck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. ble Tareer issnlBcient guarantee of purity wagon. Confirmatory of these The rate for round trip will be 51.50 from $&!&fl on Ladies' iSailors from 5 cents to $1. and reliability.- - Simmons Liver Regu- and wear and Shirts of the news last Tues- Louisville,, with correspondingly low rate BrussellJCarpets from 50 cents to $1 a, yard. lator is manufactured by J. H. Zeilin & cxectations is and at prices that burning of the intermediate points, and as Rev. B. Fay Co., Philadelphia, and is readily distin day of the Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts jper yd. factory near Taris, France, by tho Mills will preach on Sunday, July So, can't be reached by others,. in? guished by the red Z on each package. J cabmen of Paris In fear that their oc and Rev. TDeWitt Talmage on SunA Chance (or Young Mea To Earn Money. away nt.once day, August 1, a large crowd will doubtcupation will bo busses." As Sir. less attend. Seo nearest tfeket agent ot The Climax was shown and has by the . ' purchased ouo of tho National Kiteh-e- n Bennett is one of our leadiug farmers Southern railway for farther information . jnl21-Cabinets, which are being intro- and capitalists, and lias for lialf n . : ; .." . ' duced in Madison county by Mr. C. century ridden, driven and raised! ' TNiNEW-YQRK-STORB- " Strayed, his prediction, startling G. Ford, of Owen county, who has tho horses, state right IIo wants five agents,, though icis, is worthy of considera- ''From the premises of Dudley Cox, bay My, Up Town, Klein & Sea's Old Stand, Richmond, Ky. country boys who Jiave horses aud tion, ii for no other purpose by the near Panola, a buggies preferred. The cabinet is a. Bkoptical to watch tho progress of in blazo iacp, three white feet liberal . labor saving invention and every ventions and pass .upon Iiis wfsdnnf reward to fisder. " x C nm r rv prophet. .... V !.,. 5! - x , ? .rr as a housewife wants one. Seo ad. - , . v- tsAi r r is. j'. w r r ., nf s. r tt' ,.". ' T. i j Jr--r : 4? , $ : C'--- ' v !Fr t: :. " : . 3 xW:"b" r ".s i - - j, . m. . w ' eiz, ii i. "! r 3iTr4 t l. John Donelson. And still the wheels aro moving at Donelson's, as the following list of sales sinco last report will show: Mrs. Hudson, phaeton, A. C. Williams, road wagon, Judge Jas. R. Burnam of White Hall, Wednesday, Anpist tth july-7-lUnion City, Wednesday, Aujrust 4th. Waco, Thursday, August 5th Kingston, Friday, August 6th Danish toldiers will cat our meat. Valley View, Thursday, August 5th. Kirksville, Saturday, August 7th Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Berea, Saturday, August 7th. Jly2t-3.- v J. P. SIMMONS, Sheriff. Select Primary School at her homo ou Seventh st. the first Monday in Septemjune-30-- A of Straw rSykl! ';,"'.-- " Dissolution Notice. qm iaitet i SgaFs&aAJsS" -- In a city is queer. But we're catting 4 v I lS3rSy7J777!7 IWAEiEBgreGENTS. ZCVJ& TEACS4ERS WANTED! 8UTTOW, A. S 1 Men's Working Pants m - fll Sffl Tk Whnl', Vnn. "lmi iuui 'Til V JIy21-2i- n auto-mobil- o W II W OUT SALE' m Look; at these Prices auto-mobil- auto-mobi- le auto-mobil- e Regardless of price everything in our the most line MUST GO. We plete line of Ledgers, Journals, Writing town. All Papers, Tablets, Ink, etc;," kinks of Purses and Card Cases at your own price. -- ltf p every-do-scripti- H Bargains Now! PI Bargains Forever! For Good Values at low Prices See 4l " -- . iw - -- - Jl " -- ..:.'Jk'Z&h3?-nPi . -- - ir- . .. t)i x. & -. ;- bc fek. 4T3 ?- , . .i mmmsmsmsssmm outosj&jriwjmmm&&ir9Pimz r-. .,.,! i m. . n 'A "1 - (9 1 r. - . . s t r v . -- - -- .?'. ..iii .. " I r ajflffwt!fl The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES KENTUCKY NEYS. Ttie Latest News 1'rom All 1'arU ol tna Couinioutreallli. &ET ANNOUNCEMENT. r"rlE. FOB MAGISTRATE. "Wo are authorized to announce 3. K. Henry a candidate for Magis-trat- e of Kirksvillo Precinct, snbje t to the action of the Democratic part , on the free turnpike ticket. The Ring w Harris, Ulia Killed th Dentrcy cr of , Ills llumD Acqa.lt L Lkxixqto-- Ky., July 19. In police court Judge Falconer jjave his decision in the ca-- of Jacob S. Harris, ulionas on trial for tha killing' of Thomas II. ilcrrltt. lie bald: "When a man marries a woman his oath is that he wi'.l love, cherish and protect her. When he, with her, establishes a homo It is an t should be to him and to her most sacred of all sacred places. There is a law an unwritten law which gives man thorighV to protect that wife and maintain inviolate from the intrusions of the dispoil-c-r that home. In this case my decision Jacob & which binds two loving hearts, an added charm to love im-- " parts. The diamond Hashing from the rim, like truest lov can ne'er grow dim. Our fin line of diamond rings, etc , deserves the close inspectio i of all wishing to thus testify to the union of their hearts. Two hands as well as two beads are better than one. AsV any young man. And wh n rou ask him, pre him a friendly tip that wh n he Rets read to decorate the other" haul with a solitaire he most come to us. We will sot bankrupt him. He will get a stone thit will be a joy to the fair one as long as she lues. shall alile with this unwritten law. I acquit Jacob S. Harris of the charge of murder in taking the life of Thoicas II. Merritt. He is at liberty." For a moment all was silent and then rang with shouts and the court-rooclapping of hands. The friends of Harris pressed around to grasp his hand and to speak words of encouragomsnt. Mrs. Harris and her aged father, Rev. Mr. Thompson, stood far back and watched until Harris had passed out into the street and was lost in the crowd. Then they hurried from tho m SLAYET MERfi!Tl II lut on Trlil for Mllttt-'- I.lfa Tliu IVltoncr dien the Creator eaid to woman StHtttl. tin til ' Lkxjjotox, Ky., July 10. The trial "In sorrels' shalt thou bring forth of Jacob F. Harris for kll lug lhomis children," that a curse was pro1L Merritt, in Uratz l'urk, began in nounced, but the joy felt by eirery Harris' Mother when she first presses to tho c. y court Thursday. mother and s ep Kther, Dr Alexander, babe, proves the of Shelbyvi(Jr, an i several other rela- her heart her contrary. tives and friends fro n Shelby county , Danrjer and suffering lurk in were present Great interest was manifested iu the trial. The commonthe pathway of the Expectant wealth had about ouc dozen witnesses, Mother, and should be avoided, and the defense "0. she may reach the hour witnesses that the hope of her heart is to The commonwealth's when brought out no new facts not stated in the original uccountsof the trng'dy. be realised, in full srigor and Walter 11 onston, for thu detense, strength. made a statement of the case, iu which he recited how the intimacy between Harris' wl e and Merritt began in May. lie showed how Mr Harris so relaxes had gone buvrgy rid.n with Merritt, the system and had gone with him to Georgetown and otiier piaees; how the distracted natural and necessary,. husbaud, after bjin informed of his change wife's actions bv her own sister. watched his wife in Merritt's company takes dace n rainy evening; how he saw tnem kiss each other, aud how, becoming frenzied, Harris rushed upon tho couple. i ..Headache, He told how Menitt threw the wom &Henrous or an between them, and how Harris fired rapidly and linally killed Mcr- CGloomy It is Thought by Many AGAIN JT H'iR HUSBAND. Mrs. II trr B Srotts Krliloncn to Convict .lipoli K. llirr nf Blorti-- r. Lkxinotox. Ky., July 13. The trial of Jacob F. Harris for kilting Thomas 11. Merritt in Uratz pa k last Frulay night promises to be sensation .L Mrs. Harris is trying to bring her husib.tntl to justice (or killing tho man she said she loved. COMPANY C "Mother's Friend" that the . mmimimm e2&m&k Hwithout "mmxiiwmm 5 IK3 Harris will introduce damaging including the register o. the Lancaster hotel, Georgetown, which shows that ou the niht of June 21 T. II. Merritt and wif, of LexingtOD, occupied room Ko. 7V It will also be proven that during Mr. Harris' absence from the city on business trips Mrs. Harris would frequently lock hrr little children up In her house on Sixth street, alone, and allow them to remain thero until late in the night, while sho went out. Mr. G A. Baker found the following note In oao of Merritt's pock ets on the night of the killing. T. II. Merritt I love you better than everybody put together in the world, nud I always will , lon as j'ou lovo me. Your own, ErFtK MEtmrrr. evi-den- c, a-- KENTUCKY Still c BA KS tn J court-roo- Cast your eyes in our direction. Jewelry was never offered at such low figures. 'NVe give you the chance to buy at bullion cost. The manufacturing and designing must go unpaid for. No limit to bargains, watches are cheap and it will pay you to come in and see. D. jeSO-l- Hiss Sophia Levi, who was engaged to be married to Merritt, was also present whtn Judge Falconer gave his decision. She was attired in a deep mourniny gown. Uetween her sobi sho said: "It is unjust. Mr. Merritt was the beat man that lived, an to think that this man who slew him, for a woman who had tr.Uid and led him on, must so unpunished, is mora than I had d8r.-- bdieve." Tho scenes of the closing day of the trial were vjry dramatic, and tho courtroom was lilted from 9 o'clock in the morning until Harris stepped away a free man. 1 d MISS LEVY Receives Her Wutch All r I'.jlnj Serea Ilullitrn for It. Lexingto, Ky., July li Miss Sophia Levy, of lUoomiugl i . Ind., the 11a n tee of Thomas II. Mi ilt, who was killed by Jacob S. llai.is, who came here to attend the trial ui II tr-succeeded :n finding her wai cli, uh.e.i she loaned to M -rs h-.d 1 ARMER, y The Main St. Jeweler. We Doctor Furniture, fMmvr A Broken Leg is not so serious a matter if the furniture is turned over to us for repairs. A little glue and Tarnish and the table is as good as new. All you have to pay for is the glue, varnish and a little for our time; you don't have to pay a round price for a new table that won't suit you as well as the old one. Spend dimes for repairs and you will save spending dollars for new furniture Merritt had given the watch to a When of west Ilivrh &trtet- visited by an ollicer tins womin said she had sold the natch to a man for 0 The man nad p aeed the watch in a jeweler's hand-- lor repair, there were a dollar and a half charges on it Miss Ixsvy paid the man S" and took thu watch woman , n-i- d ritu ICofu-- o 1 Jt 2 Covixoton, Ky., July 19. The requisition papers for J. V. SchiiTer, who lied from this city, have been bhiTilI at Frank, ort, Ky. U'Douneil received word to that elfeet The reasons are fiat the application was defective. Tlie sheriff will go to Frankfort at once with the proper documents, an obtain tho requisition re-Ju-- HAltloa Imperii. 1 AicCormick Bros., JHT-l- Kelle BlocV, Richmond. Ky. the general distributing point for the mountains. Ihcir agent, who was here Saturday, statcn tuat tlieir warehouses at Ml ldlosborough, l'incville, Jeilico, Wilhamsuu n l.arbourvillf. and London will Lc abandoned and customers supplied from this city. I oil luilnti .I Lrxluglon. Lkxi.ngto;., Ky., Ju y 19. Iho coal situation in Lexington has grown serious. A futnine can not be averted and by next Saturday according to information from four local dealers, there will be less than a carload in all of their yards. Lexington had coal, but the shipped it to Cincinnati and Chicago. 1'rliu.iry Cull.!. LnxixoTox, Ky., July 11. Tho local d m icratic committee has callt-- a priA Coroln !i- - C"'r l 1 tint. Coiibix, Ky., July 19. J he St: ml .rd Oil Cj. is preparing to make Curtriii t R. N. i, & B. R. R. lime Table No. KAKT 2!i, Taking Effect 1MHS. Sun- the banks in Kentucky that have determined to pay the 52" ccnt-- tax anil county and city taxes instead of m.ik-lna fight to continue paying 55 cents to the stato, in lieu of all other taxes, are objecting to Auditor Stone's raan-mof fixing the valuo to bo taxed. A Nuniltnr nf P ttple Matin "Mother's Friend" ia tho greatest remody over Iho auditor thinks tho banks, too, l!tpr Hr thtt J'etitilttii 10.llurtitu. put on tho market,Mul all my customers praise Washington, Ju.y Pensions highly." W .H.KiNO Co., Wuitowright, Tex. should be assessed for taxation, and on their book value instead of market t were granted to tne following 'I hursda : value. In other words tho stock surrcooiiit of !iico,51,C0 PfR BOTTLE. Hook "To Kxpoctaut iloiliors" mailctl Irre, consummed Add.tional John J. taining vclunble information and voluntary plus and undivided profits are np and assessed as onu lump sum of i.rownvi!lt testimonials. Supplemental Austin Lewis.George-towa- . The BRADRCLD REGULATOR CO.,ATLAHTA,CA. cash. Attorney Gaines, of the Anderson COLO BY AIL DRUGGISTS. Doposlt bank, of Lawrenceburg, was Restoration and increase W. 1$ 2.V24 horo Monday morning to protest Sk.ggs, (deceased), Edmonton. against the assessment because some Restoration and rcitsue Dempsey J. NATIONAL DEMOCRATS, Mas n, (deceases), Louisv.lle; James bank stock sells for lexs than its book Hold Their Stutn Canven. vnlu Of (deceased), Louisville. lli flnlnis that a hor.s; sellincr at Mu lion at LuniHVll'v. ItVl Iu ....... .ml aim,,, CtL mfI,IIa l.mntr i Renewal Gilbert oanders, (deceased) If,- n Tii',cviT ,? "j., li!, ., Tl,. .... . , ..v. .j muio......... ........ ...... ... . ...llntr t. M00 is . Lexington; John Nelson, second, Washtional democrats will hold their nttitc se&sed at 8140, because 0that happens ington. in this city Wednesday convention inert ac Divil Charrier, Si'ieic to be its book value, it is probable afternoon. Hil ; J hn M d rs, Wil i that the matter will be tested in tho ' by, F r:ia ; A. 1L Hoi y, ' Judge Sims' address will be ono of courts. John W the most notable during the course of bu p nir Wen; Samuel J. M.irr, VVhet ( 'nwirt lt Orrnnltiv Is expected that Tt.umpiiinsvtlle; Go irge W. Heicher, tho convention. It Lexin'oto.i, Ky., July 13. The Creel;eltbville; John R. lSrumm t. Ken- - all the business of the convention will wheat, growers of Kentucky met hero be concluded by midnight. da!!. Wyatt Cooper, Mouth of Laurel; 'ihe following names wi.l go before nt two o'clock Muuday afternoon to tcorgi l'uff, Altamout; John C Wed-ill- the convention on the first ballot; ben-at- take some action regarding tho holdCains More. ing of their present crop of wheat unB, II. Filiston, of Uraitt; Judge Reissue l'otur Mnyiield, Gold Rug; obtained. A n nue, ci t'lay; iuuge n. 11. i til better price can iu i Coo.(, 1'eter Green, Yo-,- t, i. of Fayette; John C Orndorif, of resolution was adopted asking the William A. MeCord, Logan; Judge II. C Baker, of Adair, firmers of tho different counties throughout the state to form couuty and J. B. Fish, of Rockcastle. Mtxican War Survivor Increase, Few instructions, it is said, have orgauizatiuiii with a view of combinA. Day, Carlisle. Joel ing tly:m into one big organizabscn given for the candidates. In tnt Mini ! ni ft 10 Iltmth. tion, the object bing mutual protecccretary Carroll received many Ky., July 10 Richard Wlt.Glir, Tuesda3 from all sections of tho tion. Sm th, an insane Virginian, while en stato stating that largo and enthusA'lsn'a Mltkc. route to the Southwestern Virginia iastic delegations would be on hand Piiestonsbuho, Ivy , July 13. Jerry Insane asylum at Salem, jumped from Wednesday. Allen, aged shot Sam Stone, aged a f.ist moving Nor oik & Westt-r"1, in tlie abdomen, ten miles soutn of Music hall will bo handsomely decortrain near Kelley'.s Switch, kill- ated for the convention, and with tho here. Allen is a merchant and was ing himself outright. He fell a dis- brilliant array of Kcntuekians will trying to shoot John Stone, a brother tance of 300 feet over an embankment present a fine appearance. of Sam, but made a mistake- - John into the rushing waters of Clinch Stone was shooting at Allen. Stone's One duty of the convention Wednesriver. Smith's home was in Wise counday will be the naming of a cam- intestines were shot through and he ty, where he was once a prominent paign committee, with headquaters iu can nut live. Allen is at large and a and well to do business man. this city. Ihis means that a gorous reward will be offered. Kutucty Iloud4 Hriug at Good lrlci campaign will be made. l'onr Men 1Vre Shut. rit.vxhFoKT, Ky,, July 16. It is positive that the resolutions Bowi.ixo Queen", Ky., July 13. A 50J,000 state funding bond of Lindcommittee will be composed was avsurded uhursday. Theic say, Buckner, Watterson and other bloody fight took place at a picnic in was spirited bidding between Louisbrilliant lights. Mr. Carlisle's speech Butler county Saturday afternoon beville, Cincinnati, Chicago and eastern will be the first delivered since his re- tween James Kuan, of this city, and a man named Keown. Roan was disemits. The bonds w.re secured by tirement from office. and Trust tne Fidelity afety Up to a late hour Tuesday night no boweled witn a Ichue and will die. Co., of Louisville, at 107.47. The Keninformation was obtainable as to the He shot Keown in the arm with a pistucky state bonds brougnt more in tho contemplated meeting of republican tol Three bystander were hit by tho public markc$ than Massachusetts state central committee officials and stiav bulla AU have been arrested. state bonds. leading national democrats for the Terrlb'y A Grandmother Elnpoa. purpose of arranging a fusion ticket. AtiiiLANU, Ky r July li John Taducaii, Ky., July 10. Mrs. L. L. If such a meeting was held It was in aged 50 year, a basket peddler, Hanks, of Cerulean Springs, Ky., and secret. 1 he general sentiment among Mr. II Hos well, of Kirmingham, Ky., the national democratic leaders Is was terribly beaten by an unknown rloped to Metropolis, III., Thursday, strongly against fusion, they prefer- man. He was found lying in au alley. where they were married. The bride ring, it is said, a straight out fight. Dick Rice is un ler arrest for the crime. has been three times married, is a Col Breckinridge Tuesday night states J. H. HINDf.AN, grandmother, and is 33 years of age. that the report circulated early in tho Of AiUIr Cuuutr, N.iu-- 4 for Clerk nf Iho ihe groom has been married twice, day to tne effect that he would chamby the KeittHcky NaCourt uf App. and is 00 years of nsre. pion fusion is unauthorized. He wound up by show in? that tho defense would be emotional insanity. Harris was the first witness put on tho stand f r the defense. PENSIONS GRANTED. ny ritt. Foreboding and at the trying hour makes Child-birt- h easy, as so many happy mothers haire experienced, nothing but "Mother's Friend" does this. Don't be deceived. 1 FltAKKKOHT, An Htor istoue's M'tb-o,1- r of 1xtluii. Ky., July 13. Some of State guards, located at Falmouth, waa mustered out of service Friday.-The members of the :ompany were not even allowed the privilege of remain ing at the cimp, out were shipped home, via Cincinnati, Friday a The company was mustered out by Adj. Gen. Collier upon the recII. Uulther. ommendation of CoL The company presented '23 men, all raw recruits and some with uniforms. As a result of the disbanding of. the company MnJ. E. D. lc.Math, of FalIn mouth, may be cnurtmartlalod. fact, it can be ofliclally stated thit steps in that direction arc already beiujr taken. " Maj. McMath was tn charge of the battalion to which Company '2 attached aud was responsible for it. Reports show tha" tho company should havo S'J melt of thrci years' service The company reporting here it sail to have been recruited within tho pa!t three weeks Maj McMalh was unlil recently car tain of (nup-uiC. 'Jo a id to the discomfiture of Company C, many of tlu recruits missed their train and had to j;et b.tcU :n Wst they could. lcr-noo- n. Mnstcrad Out Srrvlco ,and alj Sir Sixth Msy lie "urljmrtlslnil. LouisviLLB, Ky., JuTy 17. Company C, of the Second lit gimeut Kentucky -- 3BB. PETER FLUGK'SS- - Great German Remedy, : I4EAD1N1E 4' I rs. l Ac ,. r ll M World Loves X s a Winner n 0 Our 'Ninety-Seve- Complete Line of rJ For the v.-- U1I1.IB NEURRLGIfi. all Dkl-ggist- and Immediate Relief Positive Cure ot Indorsed by ph) sicians of the highest stand ng. Fob Sals by 25o. per "box. y B. H. HUNSTOGK CHEMICAL CO., HANNIBAL, HO. i.ia.,-26-C- g cr Ken-tucxia- i 1 Sontbj-Mail.o- n ca-i- y I I I , T 1 A I I 11 'I ft- AN Ehut and Insrn'itly Kulril lly allillroicl i mil, Ky. Watclll tti nt Lori.sVii.i.E. Ky., July 17. An" Kven-ia-- r Post Kiieciil fro'ii I'.tr.s, Ky., siy-- : Hock M ison, a desrerxte Xegr was shot an I instantly killed Friday morning by Ijiike Connelly a ;itclim..ir, Louisville & Nashville aft"r a street du 1, in wlrch ten shots were fired. .Masou wtv wanted on a chargo if murder and when Connelly attempted to arrest htm hit opent d fire on the ofliecr. The latter stood his ground andreturnel the fire, three of his bullets striking the Nero in tho region of the i cart. Connelly's clothes wero riddled, butasile from a few scratch wonnds lie was unhurt. Mason had n leg shot oif in :i similar KWi-iii-- 4vREADY TO Obi n pri'parc-i- ! I Years of Experience H W ffii (Wh Uicli-iiioii- . iic IjIl i niHUL u )ur liniory on Laurel Street in to till fJJCHICAGO i s v w nulling, and we arr oidcra fur twist oi tin MONARCH CYCLE MFG. CO. KSWT0RE t03TW)5 "m tin 'a i! ! t. Eitosl," y Retail I Wi ji ilesronm- Dearborn H 5t 87-8- 9 Chicago Ashland Ave. i, hit umii'V e tilml m, u; ti m Wi- - c:in i vvj .!,." yy pave you lii-.i- aprl4 - l.v istit'lr. tlirffgnitltt.. r Strcot duel several mrnth ago 1 f. or b-- s L'-v- Jom-svill- HU-town- ; Flem-ing-.bur- g. , lct-tc- is pis-beng- er u during the ptftl lew tlavs from I! ccuntv farmers 473 "nc cattle to bo exported to I.uropc. 'I lie cattle averrged aLout 1,4'J1) pounds, and co3t to 5HTi ) per cw t. lr. Kiod from Most of the cattle were khippjd this week to New York. Moes Kahn, of this city, has recently bought and shipped about 500 export cattle, which averaged about I.4J0 pounds and cost 'I he sale of these 4 and S4.50 per cwL cattle lias left the farmer:, of HourLon richer by about 5100,000 JuitKe ltult a atriesfn. Glasgow, Ky., July 17 Judge S II Boles, the Nestor ot the Glasgow bar and one of the ablest lawyers in this section, was partially paralyzed Thursday night and is now in a precarious condition. Judge Holes is Z years old and has long been protcinent both in politics and at the bar. l.o has represented Cumberland county in the legislature and llarren, Metcal.o and Monroe in the stato senate, and was the delcgato from llarren county to tho . .institutional convention. mr-bo1 I'ahis. Kv.. July 17. W. I? Kidd. agent for Itroi.. has bougiit ll! C klllf "Villi. Il.illlf. l' . x . t X vfli'l 'is i lii il ttrtlfr; oil Mill lipe-i.i'.l-x null our pruiliit N. ilc:ii-- . o lio'u (siitiitry n cr-- - White Un iiMosi), Ky. d Ro3St tJ,. PCr FEE'S i, i GIYES THE CONSUMER SATJSFAGTiQH, HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently Is best for the Dealer to handle. Send for A Full Line of BUGGIES, Catalogue and . x SURREYS, Prices. .RiassS . fS)nrc in w. r il, .'1iii tjrft. ., , rv i It jf r of 4" ia a- wi-- ref.Lb JbenJ le in -u. lriOMi.d vi t - '' ruli ffuri-upor t Iu' N TfcX4ltTevtrjy,tOt; rst t9i t a.ii ortniii. il- lailtalluitH. Stmr t PHAETONS, ROAD WAGONS, &c. Axufesimit fm ic, All Wo,h GHarttiitutt, We also I DOVETAIL COMPANY! IND. IH Factory. BiS 4 -. " itfl in niV 3t tvnuriNr. CJ.K-4.- s L .JA-- JATjd, 111- - Solil h Djui; Co. aiul V M..rfarf,w DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS CRAWFOHDSVILLE, I Za. ;: v THE WHITE. Sl.ES nts.! (VfVCMi SOMETHING A.VWI VHfn t i mivtf f.n Every Merchant OUGHT TO USE. mwmmm 1 mm &, " rr ??T & v xi ' ? i ?. 1: --: 7 5 at a. 'a, iy ..LJ KrvCfrTiJ Ken-tut.ky- 's is--t- ie THE A'ARKETS. TLOCRSprlng fanry, ti.ii i.li. sprin? family, 3(X)3i5. spru.g ptlent, fl.1031 aO, winter patent. 1110 4115. fancy !3 0JUJ-- . fnmlly. I.00j3.. exira.iS.G3 isM) low c, $i5tflt.55 rye, north western, itSS'&i.Vt Jo dty. rt.Ma2.4S. Wuiat Sales: No. 2 roC, new, track, CSo. 71c sample red. new, ur-illan-lm- PsiSmM Vnll' TBE Brl iiBlii MTTHaMfctf-a- ' e ?rrzsz3r ' CIUCI.INATI. J lly 17. '5K!'fv.v7'5ifc, ri.ci.ia -. -- .1 - l)-p- i X.Z- - HAMILTON" 0 0 J. jUTGGRAPHIC book-kcriing, '-r n. Couxisiirr. Hogs None, Oi-bor- I tnlxeil. choice, trck. ISs. trac'., Oats sales: Na 2 mlxel. trach. tiHo, ZOo N'a No. 3 mixed, YVtiern 11 4 day, May 2, BOUND. 3d Class. lit Class f0 J No S NO 9 I Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun 't Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberler. Brasafiefd Panola AM. 10 20 11 60 11 25 11 40 11 S3 12 12 12 12 1 P M C 5" 7 36 8 89 h U S 36 . . A M. 8 55 10 12 16 55 11 20 11 4S 12 56 mary for August 31 to nominate candi dates for the vario is c ty ulliees to be fi,ljd at the XuM'mucr diction. I to le;r. A Chung ri LirscASTElt, Ky., July 19 Garrard college faculty selected I'rof. E I. C. l'ostlc as assistant principal to fill the place of E. F. Darnaby, resigned. FEAR Of a repetition of tin' IllooJy Klota or 1890 at Vjtinii. New Yoiih, July 19. A dispatch to the tierald lrom Valparaiso says: Tnere is a general fear here that, a repetition of the bloody riots of li9 ) when scores of rioters were sh'jt down and killed by the police and militia, is at hand. GENERAL P. M. 13 16 P.M. 2 00 2 15 3 20 Seven rears ago last March F. J. Raker registered a letter to a party at l.zell, Ky. Thursday he received the registry receipt, the party just receiving tho 'J ho question now is w here letter. has this letter been during ail these long years? Meal Ton's Co Commit llarglary. I'iiiNCKTon, Iv3, ina Leit-- July r lleenT 10. JAMES FORD Thnn;ht to Ilnvn i:iopAl With III First Vif Iloth I.nft Mxira llfhlml. Col.lilN", Ky , July 14 A few years ago James Ford, of this city, a dash-inhandsome young follow wis married to a Miss Kains. Subsequently suit for divorce was brought aud granted. The divorced wife lo't tho city and moved to her mother's home on Cumberland river. About a year afterward Ford married again, this time a very wealthy woman, who at ono time owned tho whole of what is now East Corbin. Sho was a widow, her first husband having been killed at Williamsburg several years previoas by tho keeper of a "blihd tiger." Ford's first After a few wifo also remarried. years Mrs. Ford's property holdings shr.ink to a few acres. The first wife's mother died recently, and left her an estate as well as some redy cash. Lately Ford has met hi first wife, and now tho two are missing from their homes. It is thought they eloped. c. CATLKrrsuur.o, Ky., 36 35 06 I IK J. L. Eastwood Wednesday Irvine west bouvd. Irvine & Panola Brassfield N0T2T N'o. 4 No. 8 NoTlT Ex San Ex Sun'Ex bun Ex bun ' A. M. P. M. 30 55 2 00 1 P. M. 3 40 4 A. M 1 Mobrley 4 Union Richmond.. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles " 2 II 6 05 9 20 6 3 6 5S 7 55 2 17 2 35 4 00 4 15 4 40 5 30 5 5 5 28 40 10 15 40 5 00 5 30 5 57 6 48 8 35 . P." A. M. P. M. M. All trains connect with lousville trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C J O. &T.P.traini to and from Cincinnati J. W. ROCK Train Dispatcher W H ADAMS, Superintendent A. M Southern a M ME A MAW MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE AJAX ete cause J by Aboao or ciber Excesses and India crotioni, quicM and surf It restore Lost Vitality in old or yoang and cosines or nmmnes. fl'S4fc niaxnanioraxaay, and ConscTnution if Frernt Insanitr taken iu time. Their e hows Immediate i in prove-meand a ("UllE where all other fail In-- it npon burin? the r?nuine Ajx Tablets They hare cured thousand and will care yon &in itlro written pnarantoe to effect a care RTJ PTQ n xncney lrioo w w I eachc&aeor refund the pactace. or alx iAk fall treatment! for !0 lly znalU in plain wrapper nion rooftiptof pneo Circular bleeplaAsiims, ALLnriNM ory, Jmpotency, Jie Thy failing Jueta "" AJAX" REMEDY CO., Ky 4 1 1 For sale in Richmond. Hcmdon bj Hasan y f3b3-l- '$' y Cr A The ee Cycle N Lebanon Handsomest '97 BICYCLE Manufactured. h The situation Is critical. It was brought about by the action of tne mayor of Valparaiso in ordering L00J workshops closed, thereby throwing thousands of men out of employme it. Unless something u done immediately nttornHV. to provide for tne idle thousands, serious trouble will result. Oil Mruc l'r mlonliurc. Ky., July 10. The l'RnsTONiiuiiG, The authorities only quellod tho riots of lb'JO after a great loss of life. Corning Oil Co., of Ohio, struck oil ou The rioters at that time looted many Wilson creek, IS miles south of here, stores to obtain food and clothing, and at a depth of 1,000 feet. The company the result was the police and militia claims the well will produce onlj- - ono were called out to put an end to the barrel a day. Ihis is the sixth well troubles. Scores of idle men were shot drilled by this company in this county. down and cut down in the streets. IlttWanteil to Die. Lkxixgtox, Ky., July 16. Jesse Mormons. Arsou fur Columbia, S. C, July 19. July 3 the Kayes. 2S, of Saundersville, near here, Mormon cnurch nesr Ridgeaway was former night watchman at Stoll & distillery, took morphine and burned, alu saints immediately began preparations for rebuilding. Whilo laudanum Thursday with" suicidal inpreparing for a handsome church the tent, but phys.cans saved him. Mormons erected a temporary build1 he millers are irrcatly annoyed by ing Friday night that was also burned worms which appear iu the flour from to the ground. No arrests have been time to time aud then ims'eriocsly made disappear without imnaiong the value Cnlirorum G'lld MriaCr. of the flour. Jamkstowx, CaL, July 10. Tho encoantry is excited ovar the rich tire KlcrtrlcHn" Tornbio Ueuth. strike in the Tans y mines Tho mints Louisvn.i.K, Ky., July H. Jas. is located on Lode, just au electrician, met death in a th:s side of Sonora. The workmen horrible manner here He was reitruck a pockct.and i n ten hours took placing a belt on a wheel in the Louisout 541,000 in gold. ville power house, using a steel rod, which caught in the belt and was Tlie mcasnnN thrown across his chest with such tnents of death force as to cut him n.most in two. are a few inches Every rib in his body wa fractured. of trivial disAncthrr Tullcatn ltroyed. orders, multiCyn'tiiian'A, Ky., July 14. Ten raidplied by many feet of neglect. ers destroyed a tollgate on the Hedges If a man oi pike, kept by Patrice Maloney. Tho woman will keeper was warned not to collect any take care of the more toll. The raiders were masked little trivial and were armed with guns and pistols. disorders, iliere They dispersed after accomplishing is no need to tho destruction of tho gate. n, broke into the grocery store of night and tapped the till for .S20. Iho blacksmith shop of Rentine Bros was broken into, and the tools which were used to effect an entrance into Eastwood's store stolen. i'rmittforl's Citr Ticket. Fkankkokt, Ky., July 10 Ip tho democratic municipal primary Col. W. S. Dehoncy defeated L. Mangan by 123 votes for the mayoralty nomination. The other nominees are W. C Hern-docity judge; Dudley Richardsou, Marshal, and T. 1. Tremer, prosecut-tni-r July 10. Rur-lar- s Sr Co-'- s Lexington. Kv., July 14. Tho pollco of this city think that they have located Grace Stevenson, the missing Boston heiress, in this city. The girl disappeared from Boston April 20 and no tidings have been heard from her there, although a largo reward is offered. Her father is a real estate broker of Boston and is said to bo worth Sl.003.000- Dah-Asalust m flock. MiDDLKsnor.o, llrMton Hlrrft4 Prn!th1y Located. Ky., veyance containing tho family uel Hicks got beyond his control whilo July 13. A conof Sam- Har-woo- J, the-Moth- Irlcc, 8C.OO. Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted, Deal Direct With Us. 1- -4 fear tlie Unrsr. Mrs. Ilnrria maladies, and Lexisgton, Ky., July 14. Mrs. Efllo long-lif- e and happiness will-b- e Harris, whose husband is awaiting in the reward. JaU here his trial on Ihursday for tho Tlie little di- killing of UhomasU. Merritt, her ad- h' coming down Pinnacle mountain, at Cumberland Gap, and a runaway followed, in which his infant child was instantly killed by being dashed against a rock. Soveral others wera badly bruised. Doubtful If llf U the IHjht Mn. Lexington', Ky., July 13. Uuyea Mack, colored, W2, was arrested on a Lexington and Eastern train Monday meaning by Detective John Johnson on suspicion of being the assailant of Mrs. McCann last Monday nicrht. Mack lias given a fair account of himself, and it is doubtful whether he is the man wanted. Ii'mmi-Uapttln J. M. Thomas. "Winchester, Ky., July ia Tho democratic committee of tho Twenty-eight- h senatorial district, composed of tho counties of Bourbon, Clark and Montgomery, met hero Monday and declared Capt. J. M. Thomas, of Pa: is, the nominee of the party for state senator, he being the only candidate. d th: dKeordnnt element would "ion Imp sn ble within thoko t of tin presentccn-rat- l 'ihe convention usicmftl-'- l pri mpt.r. and nt So lock .Mu-i- c hJll wa- - HI ed Miny ladies occuplel so tts on tbo Bi.igo a d in the boxos among them Mr. W C I'. I!reikinnJ;o and Nr3-- llonry Waticrsca Tie Qrst of tne dlstlngulthed delrcte ti nrric was United St .its ientor Willi im Llnlnav. Ill appearance j erctcd by a burit of appl.iuto Similar crcottrc wax gircn Carll lo and Mr. Henry V,r tteraon an the; ontcrod br the st ce of Udict, v. ho to.k to tia in door with a the box to tho rlxht of the itao As warm a welcome w Iloa W. ('. P. Dreckln-rlds- e S. II Hucknor. and hu noon after appetred. Mr Itricklnrldga was arenm-pvnlc- d lireckm-ldirby Mrs. A band placed In the rear of the btlcony ptirud national ait Hon. A. J. CarrolL of Ldulvi'le, secretary of iht s ate executivo c immlttce, actinic in the i.bteio of hnlrman Divli. called tho It v. C. E. Ct ik. ot convent.oi to Chrit.t' rath rod a prayer from the Episcopal service launched proceedings Mr. Carroll at.d w in a tp ech. John . l.uchanan. of I.oulvll'o. was male secret try. Mr Carroll Introduced" Hon. James C. SIras. of Warren county, lln temporary chalrrnaa Mr. Sunt wait received with a generous eiprussioi in tae way of cbeors and -s cx-Qe. l. cd to hand-clappin- g. publican. Cute too, July 27 Iho national democratic party has by WnECT No 2 read 7174j. :Co 3 red, presence In tonveniloi, and the 702i'to Na Inorthcn spring. 7js. No CsprlLj, work o' that conent oi. evidenced lt-. G)j,Zs. 7c No Ss?riii-- xSVic No. " white, 234o. t fo- - a dtstln.tlv- - and indeiendent J. Na J existence. It la a minority party, at p.e ent yellow, Mi Ho. irunonnced by ome. but .t Is a aiur Iho PlrrsBUPiM Jul? 17. convention dcio pTirn s of VedtiCFidny Hoos Piss. W 7 )171 lisat VjrJtors, JtCi hi u p.ain.r tb tt the Kentucky demo-rsr- y Ik soot Vortorsial JliWil 65. divided. Union oi hooelcsly. hotv7.i115sl.TU K i dcter-mtn.ttlo COK--.N'a resolution- - drclurlnc for ' a mabio ami suWcient currency of gold and slher, interchangeable K.th each o.hr at equal commercial blue." Resolutions vero favoring a tariff tor revenue only, applauding tho administrative acts of Cleveland and Carina and denouncing freo silver and mobs Iho convention relucd to fuao with the reso-d- J, tional It mooratlc Contention. Lol'lbVlLLE. Ky.. July Ih. J It Illndman. of Alulr county Wis nominated WednuMlay oi tho first ballot fur cicik of ths court of by the Kontuck; i te national democratic convention. Ihe convention cdojtjd ap-Iic- 50. Select shippers'. select butchers', V4i3.10. fair to gooa p cliors. tt. Hi J. 45. fair toxoid llj&t. 3U.SJ.C3 com mon and roughs, (luJ.4) CATM.S Fair to good shlppcri ' 14 OlltSO; oxtra. 4dJ4(S. gool to ch ilea butcacrV UW&i.l. lair to medium butchers'. iS.2., S.4S common, i2 5 ci w SHEEP Extras, I3.41JS0V. good to choico, $3.0JSS . common to filr. iiOlJiri Lambs Extras, Ji. I0i3.ii. cool lo choico, to fair, iiac 103 U "4 it j W $3 30 3 Veal Calvks Fair :o cojd H.-a0.S5 extras, W30. cotnjioa and laro, $3 ti t. J.J3 FRKVI1NT "rorgettlnB to charge, l'ICKVKNT diiputft over Hccounts. J. ' I'UEVK.NT nitst.ikis nf all kinds. ACCUIHTr.1,1 record cash n.iles, l SAVK BlAKIi three bills at one writing. Used bv Retaicer3 Everywhere. Write lor assa feJsa' it ss nrrfNSiftKM uMH f I oi w i)':' f s s . Hamilton AntojJraDuic Register Co. HAMILTON, OHIO. iaa.2 'ai ifrgbJririMi,riTJaTii7- -efespfcWdJ V W v 7AGENT5 aa vi"r":r IHBSl! Sans' u&,5&5&i&s!--.zxn xgs? 1 r3'sy 2. L5 jkiv ' ta V- - f. - s y V 9 r - - P .i a ORBcSPONDlNCL - INVITED. 1 1- h a 5 Woob Unwashad flia m3rito, UjJI c per lb qurter-bIoa- d clothln? 11 tllo m;dum. delaine snd clotala; U.illo bntl o. medium coTiblnj, M2i3c. Wjsajl, line X to XX, lie. mallura ciothinr. loiilij; delaine fl;cce, 13 Cj. loaf ciiabln. Ij.3'7o: Qusrter-bloo- d and !o., 11.2.11a. cojimoa nco. 10c coarse. II213;: 50. iiUj; ma-rin- Mairt Strt, OS i (Opposite Glynilon.) rl i? rr as El Ft3 H i s 0 El 13 Country Produce Bought and . mi 'is tJit!.!- J t53 r .rlWSSrafj3 CO Sold. I'rict I'jiiil Nl.r-- Highest Coh iVLiikel ill B zn fea II! i Fin SB tM u u tii p3j j-- S c tsi u ST.; - a h ft''TtfT .3?f rj y"ri TRADE MARXC, DES1CHS, COPYRIGHTS &c. Anyone sending a sketch and doscrlrtlon may quickly ixcertiln, free, whetbir an liiTentttm Is pitentable C'otuciunlcatms strictly contldci tlal. Oldest nceucj forsecuriiiit patents in America. Wo havo- - a ".Va.!iliiston ornco. Talents taken through JIuju i, Co recelra special notice in the ! Stop conghlnc;. The quickest nrd surest way is to tako l)r. Hell's l'ine-Ta- rHouoy. A pnnrantceit cocgh rem- -' edy, wholly unlike all others hotter; acts directly on the mucous mem-- 1 braues, heals tho lungs and res pirn- whole system. t ! ffiFWr prob-tbl- SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully i'linnt"d, lirret circulation of n n scicntllc Journal, weekly, tonus JKU1I a Tear; Mieclmrn copies and LlwOstx tno'itlis. 1'AT.rrs scut f roc Addrccs r ILlnd 7 i That DRD MUNN & CO., 3U1 Ilroudivnj, Ncir York. 2S-2- 7 Subscribe THE. ' ! ee9r No! NEWSPAPER. lory organs and Invigorates the ML! STRAIGHT LISILE DK,ltlC BELL'S DISPATCH For the Free Coinage of Silvei'. For the Chicago Platform. For the Democratic Nominees. For tho Interest of the Masses. All the Latest were named. On a cull of the district! the committees ? Manufactured by i H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. cansethe majority of big sicknesses, are the trivial derangements of tlie digestion that most people pay no heed to. Good digestion feeds and builds up a man ; bad digestion starves him in every tissue, muscle, and brain-celnerve-fiber, l. sorders that oa,o HE PAYS leads to consumption, blood and skin diseases, and nervous and prostration. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery corrects all disorders of the digestion, invigorates the liver and prevents and" cures consumption, blood and skin diseases, and nervous troubles. It is tlie great blood-make- r, r, and nerve tonic Druggists sell it and have nothing else "just as flesh-builde- Bad digestion THE.. FREIGHT. ...YOU PAYF0RTHE. BRINKS. NO. I have lately pwen Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discuverva trial," ivntes Miss C II Slalette, of Houston. Ilarris Co , Texa. " and it has completely cored mc of very senous and obstinate disorder tn which the heart'!, action was impaired, I took it for twn weeks. I began to experience Ins discomfort from my illness, after about the fourth dose, and in four or five days still less, and several days after I was surprised to find lh?t I vrc actually better. Two weeks having passed rv r implant had diiapfrartd." good." 8 SECOND STREET. RICHMOND, KY. r Ehone.Ho. 3. Tl' i'. or 7cuui who neglects conup ia the system a stipation ! store of disorders that will culminate in some serious and possibly fatal malady. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a safe, sure, speedy and permanent cure for constipation. One little "Pellet "is a genth; laxative, and two a mild cathartic They never gripe. Druggists sell them. Lexington, Ky., July 13. The Kentucky association course, tho oldest race track in the country, was sold at mirer, has leit the city with her child- court - sale Monday to Chas. Green, agent- lor tho St. LCuls bondholders, ren and sisters, and is now. at tho $.13,333. The Kentucky association home of an uncle near Fishervitle, in for try to have the sale set asl Ic. , will Shelby county. She will not, it is said, ii Hydrophobic. II return for the trial. Paducaii, Ky., July J.3. Joe Larking A Hhootlni; in Vauch, Padccaii, Ky , July 14. Napoleon an employe on the Illinois Central fell Monday on tho street, Bonaparte Grant was arrested for railroad, ascertained afterward that and it was shotshooting Finley Hamilton with a was suffering with hydrophobia, gun, 'ihe latter awoke Grant at an he boeu bitten by mad dog five early hour Tuesday morning, and this havingago. His homo isain Cincinnati. shooting. Hamilton will years provoked the Tlorsebtcu lin 1 With 11 lire. recover. Bowlinw Gkeen, Ky July iS. Near lUhy Unit y Hair. New Casti.e, Ky., July 14. Mrs Lucy nadley, John Martin aud Virgil "Wilson, of this place, gave birth to a Belcher met in the big road on horseback aud after a few words drew their which has gray ha r. Both wero danknives and fought. gerously wouuded ani later wero arMen. Starti-i-l With PiTTSUUnaii, Pa., July 14. Ihe rollirested. ng1 mill of J. Painter &. Sons, wa. CJIetr for" Cantrell. men. Geokoetoiv.v, Ky-- , July 13. Hon J. started 'iueslay.ouh Only a fev,' men were at work and A. Hamon, can liunte for they were unaer police protection. for the democratic nomination for tho There was no disorder. Tho old men legislature from th-- s county, has withsay tho firm will he unable to operate drawn from the ratio, 'i his leaves tho n men. field clear for J. C. CantrelL the plant with G-non-uuio- Itce Truck Bold. i Campbell: William Lindsay, rrtnktln: RT Jacobs. Uylo: M. C. Sv.lnfori, II rrlson: D. R Joucit. 1 rk. H. C. Haker. Adilr. Lo' d calls were m ido for Col Urccklnrldga ho had a presHe excused himHelf. He ent duty to perform as a member of the on roaolutions. After that ho vrou'd speak it they still desired to hear him. He felt, though, th t tbrre as not the need for h'm to 3i k that existed last yoir: that "Watters n was bck from Europe, Carlisle was no longer secretary of the troasury, Lindsay had recovered his health, and they wero all here." This snllv cllc ted lsughtcr and applause. Tnere were la go calls for Wattersoa. aid Buckner. Ail except Mr Carlisle we-- e busy in rommittee wo-At this po nt W. 1!. Hhldemsn, as chairman of the committee on organization, reported the se ection of Hon. John O. Csnlsle as permanent chtirman and Mr KtPerco, of Lex-ln.- it n, as prmnoit secret ry. Mr. Carlisle w s escorted to the attee. and his appearance was the signal for viclferous opplue-- Ths ts aroie to th-l- r feet. and ch-attsr cheer was ont up as hostood, towing and nwaltlou silence. When the expression ot enthusi ism had exhausted its ardor Mr. Carlisle addressed the convention. Mr. Carlisle spoke tmpresslvjly. and his uttennecs wero received with an cnlhusl-sthat broke Jrequsntly Into appltusj. When j closed the coarontloa aalo arose en masse and gave three rousing chiers In his honor, and indorsement ot tho Cluvelandjid-mii'f-- tr tlon. United Mates Senator L ndsay was the mil speaker, followed by IInrr Wattersoa AcjI for counties w; ordered, uamos ot candidates m!ht be p'aeod tl e convention. God. i. U liucknor named Got. J. 11. Illndman. of Adair county. Hooker, of Logan, named John O. Orendorff of bis homa county. Gray Faulkner, of Parens, presented tho jismo oi Prof C M. A borlt. of Lexington. Jud;e Mim is Savage, ot Asalind. moved thai Illndman bo'named by ncelamatioi. He was ruled out of order. Pro". Alburil com-mllt-Car-lls- lo drl-gacr Watterioi, LouisOn R'soluttors-Hen- ry R ville: W. C. P. T. Trier. Fulton J U PowjrH. Daviess Vi. H. Yost. Mualcnbjri;: S. 1L llu ituer. Hart-Joh- n M. Atherton, Jotferaon C J Helm. IsidflfliOiliF contains the concentrated healing K 4virtues Ail of old and ! nsl Inlnnl nrrantc t k 1CU lltUlClUUlUgVUU!) K extracted by a new K scientinc process, zoc, m a S E 2i 50c anU $1. At all dniKtUU.or Mnt apoa gp. rtcdpt or price by C Ttt E. . Katbtrlanl fcL2aH23Ssl23 Z7-- M ardltlat Ca, IVluak, Ej. "Onaa r" Uetsilla. IP Telegraphic During the Tennessee Cent mni;il ;i;id Internation.1! position at Nashville, Teun., a low inte special tariti been esbiblished for the sale of tiekets from otiier terminal points on the Queen & Crescent RihiU. Tiekets are on sale daily until "further notice to Ch l noora at S"5.00 one way or $5.75 round trip from i" the lound trip tiekets being- good sevunL'la,ys to return: tiekets, with longer return limit, at SS.5 'ami at Sll.the round trip. These rates en. ble the public to visit Nashville other Southern points at rates never before offered. V bided trains of the linest class are at the dispose passengers, affording a mostplea&ant trip, aad enablmir to visit the very interesting scenery and important l.iu grounds iu and about Chattanooga, Lookout Moant.ii" .: Ciiiekamaug;i National Militarv Park. Tickets t X.is.n to visit the Centennial can be repurchased at Chatt.iii" for $3.40 round trip. Ask your ticket agent for ticket Cincinnati and the Q. !t C. Route South or write tt J. AV. COOLIDGE, Aoknt. Niehoktovilk-- K W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l. Pass'is. Agent, Cincinnati, O. Czm.-irin.r- ti Ni-h'- - . I ! i t . Notice to Debtor?. Having been appointed Trustee ol the d Dros Company, notice is htreby given that all accounts due said firm must be settled immediately with th: undersigned. W. P. POWERS, Eich-mone30-4- w tjvlarkot Reports Correct Market Reports. Correct" Court Reports. Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. A 11 the Lates Tie Weekly Loktirlllc Dispatch acd The Climax oncycar for J.7J All the Latest State News. News. wrow-Tay- ir Ty c yjfi i Recently been h p u n 7m I"v-- 7 IiOTJZSJ7'ZXJ LE, Converted Into Regular Prue Wtetir; Dispatch Eas a Modern Falaoe Trustee. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. ($l.om and Climax (1.2o An Halls and Entrance are Marblo ami Tilinp: of the Finest QiiaKtj . ... ... ..i..., ;, ,. i.t. iaKe Losnurc jsromo unin.ne ranicts. aii .. . . DruccistB refund the money if it faiii to Cure. YVrUo JOHN WEUDIilBURN & CO Patent Attor-25gale by W. G. White, Drusffist.RIch- - W1. WasLlaton. 11. Cfor thlr S1AW prlso oCer For mch3-6mond, Ky. and list of tnohuiitlrod UTontloni wanted. -- Wantad-- Idea Ss 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - -- 1 c. - OF S, PARLORS AX1 UPPER HALLS. - - - tht A New Cheap Cash Grocery AiNO FRUIT . Ilcst Oraimlalct! S.ifrar 20 lbs. for . .. Arbuckle'a CcCo31tar. foil Best Brand Canned Corn 7 c, 2 ior-IJtst Bmal Cannerl Tpiuitles 3 cans lor Best Map'.c Leaf. Lnrd. 4 )tu. for ' Ecd Blsr Wash Eoarda Best Coal Oil per gallon . . fn- Tnr Rtfct n.inil v " lhn. Pure Mixed CanSyT2 lbs. filr Offices and DlnlngRoom Besutifully Decorated and liantly Lichted. r-- Bril- - Itt Equipments , throughout aro without a Suporior in the Soth,rat Opened next door to Richmond National Bank- quote a few .of our jirices : . IrlOUSB. we Uelow $V00 . . .... Cliargos Consiilerwl !' ; . i Have Been Expoiuled in This Itecent Improveinont. O 7"IEjIEv3 SlOOCO- - n non-unio- of Wheeling, comA dispatch from London to tho mitted suicide by shooting himself , New York World tays: Tho Uradley- through the head, while standing in Murtins, it is .rumored, have takei speaker. front of a mirror. Lack of employ- .. Harney Barnato's magnificent unfin- At tho close ment was tho cause. 'j, the cobvbbUoq isnea paiace ou i'sca: lane.;-FitKn DAur.F.n, - was proceeded wlta 1 (Xnan received nearly all tho votes oast. county was reached G. Oron-C- x iicn Lo;an R In a graceful little si.co3h. oast the vote of his county for Illndman, and moved to mnku his nomination unanimous. The. motion was carried with applause. Gov. Illndman was escorted to the stago by Gen. Uuckner, who had placed his name before th? convention, and ha .accepted la a Breech much in the spirit of thoxo'that had gone before. Gov. Hlndmaa Is an excellent A ctll ol tna counties ..t ... . .: . - ... - is 25 ... 13 15" M . .RKTES, 1; $2 th St W a $2.SO PER DmY- - 15 15 H Mir, J?., STz a tbuga. Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention. me a call and be convinced. "Wholesale and Retail. Jes-iy- Giv 3 ' - ,.- ,. ot Gov, .Ulsdman's remarks -- . finally ad jouraeoV , . . . ' ' - , --, fi. 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