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CHMOND CLIMAX, RICHMOND, MADISON DELAYED. jr. fc, "i fl !' - VOLUME XI. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1897. NUMBEE 'i8. NotWng else like ' n mrtcf i lr I im 1 cept by Louisville people, w ho wenf out o curioii y. The majority of those who look part are men of whose political prestige is only in the past and who have no future in that line. Many of them are men of intellect, however, but each had a jirieyance for being turned down fiom their high place as leaders and prefer to dwell in the tents of wickedness to Deing a door keeper in the hou-- e of ihe regular Democracy. There was absolutely no reason or excuse for this little convention, except that the "generals" appear to want to get the factious of the part' wider apart and put some more Republicans in office. There is no question of the Tiuico' statement that it was an aggregation of brains, for there Mere some massive intellects in the gathering, but their own ers are using them lor a poor purpose. They betrayed the party last year and got suckers to vote for their decoy ticket, uiflde up of those political back numbers, Palmer and JJuckner, while rnost of them went square over to the eueiny. The same trick can not be worked again. Honest Democrats are on to their racket Simmont IAver Regulator. and wont be caught by chair any morp. They will vote the straight Democratic ticket, which scorns to even consider a PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. fusion with their hated enemy, the Re publican party. Ruckncr, Carlisle, MISS MIL' KKI) (iObltK.N, Lindsay and Wattersou were once a big quartet, but they no longer wield the in .s TEXOt.'RA PIIER AND fluenco they once did and they may conTYPEWRITER. gregate, orate and try to dittate froiu Ilit'iiMoM), Kentucky. now till doonisdaj', but the rank and file will heed them not. Tfiey promised adjoining A .R Rurnani's. SJO Office them bread, if thev would help to defeat Bryan. They gave them a stone after X.'J ENBTS. Bryan was defeated and for letter times under McKinley they get harder luck P IV. MILLER. and hijrher taxes. They can fool even Attoenev-at-Lafools but once and Kentucky Democrats kentucky. richmond, will show them a thing or two next time ifli-- in the Rurnam Building, next door to that they have never learned in their feb3-l- y harmer's National Hank. philosophy. c. r. We wish to caution all users of Simmons Liver Regulator on & subject of the deepest interest and importance to their health perhaps their lives. The sole proprietors and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator - irn that customers are often deceived by buying a.id taking some medicine of a Min ilar appearance or taste, believing it to be Simmon Liver Regulator. We warn you lhat unles3 the word Regulator is on the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, but J H Zeilin & Co., and no medicine made by anyone e!se is the same. We alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not help yon as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it, and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for lever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders ans'ng from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. H. ZEILIN & CO. Take WARNING. CORRESPONDENCE Received Letters Regarding the Reproduction ol Hart's Masterpiece. at THE bollocratic convention affair, was a tJiuily attended ex- kings station: C. T. Johnson, of Winston, K w in town last Friday with a wagon load of blackberries J- - T. Turpin & Co. shipped over 3.0 buckets of berries this season, and nlentv left- . jicuown met with a pains urs. till accident a few days ago by sticking a slicking a fusty nail nearly through her foot. ' Several prostratious durin past w eek, but none fatal. Nearly all of the corn in this neighborhood has been laid by. Nearly all of tt is spotted and the yield will only -- j. WE Absolutely Pure NEW YOKK. m day, of this county: I At a meeting-othe Hart Memorial Association in Lexington Saturday, the President, Mi&s Breckinridge, read miumbor of letters rclalivo to the reproduction of the s'tatue, "Woman Triumphant," from Mmlptors of note in this country and Europe, all feeling conlidcnt that tho model can be restored. Among the letters published it ho Lexington Herald, Is the following from Gen. Cassius-M- . f ANDY CATHARTIC it" an4 We Send it FREE! TO -- r"4" " ,i 19U X. jCmixonrnmlonZ 10 mm4&.tfiFKX-AlimAl7&.7W-L Yoimg and Old. Rejoice wiUi'ns All t.b -- White Hall, Ky., May 18, 1897. DP.UGG15T5 care "7 castor constipation, rasearrts are the Ideal Laxa-- I pie and booklet free. Ad. STEBI.nn KEHI'Dr ((.. (hiraro. Montreal. Can..orftew Tork. aii.I , p po ARSwT.TITRr.Y RTISR JNTRRBj 25 50 I 3 gBaaAS Sffag, 3J TffcSgfr ,hd.J K SVll.aW l I P. h3 -f-- III'.lUuil.S rw J " DEDICATED in the Discovery. When a man h.- sufferel for years witlra weikness that Mi-- to Uit life aiwl robs him of all that really make life north living, if he avail iiimelf of a complete cure, w by not possess the moral - h I if c J5 i lftjtM 7o percent. Spreader Azbill, of Winston, was hcie with friemK one dav l.nt week. . All the schools opened Monday with a full attendance. Celebrated for its great leavening strength and heftltbtaloes. Assures the food aminst alum and all forms of adulteration common totne cheap brands, royadiakino towdkbco., CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERS ARE EVANGELIZING THE WORLD. , D'JRNAM MOBERLEY, Attorjjevs-at-Law- BURNAM. W. S. MOBEKLEV. on THE character of the in expat ialingwho 'generals" Courier-Journal, , RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. Oppice in Bumam Building, recently occu0 pied by A. R. Bnrnam. J. OUi-e STTHiXjI-ST-I- T, are willing to serve in the ranks for the sake of the cause, forgets that that is all the "generals" tan do at present. It is simply making a virtue out of a necessity It is that or nothing. The of office and acting as leaders has become a lost art with them. ing A TTonx ey-at-- RICHMOND, - w, - KENTUCKY. op-IM- tP over Taylor's Hardware Btore, Court House, on Main Street. H. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY A T LAW. Richmond, Kentcckt. Office No. 13 devoted several pages yesterday to exploiting its convention and tickling little fellows by publishing interviews with them. But the C.-- J. can't lool anybody any more. Its word is not taken at the same value once placed upou it. Courier-Journal First St.. np (stairs. 31-3- 0 GRANT E. LILLY, A TTORNEY--A TLA - W, Richmond, - Kentucky. Republican papers are tickling boltocrats and calling them the bully Ikivs with the glass eye. They know that the whole lay out is playing into their hands. Even Gov. Bradley, the dispatches assure us, has only kiud words for them. THE thing can be said for the bollo-crati- c Olllce S. W. corner Main and Second convention. It opjosed fusion streets up stains. Will practice in :ill with the Republicans, thereby showing the courts or Madison and adjoining that if some of the delegates were lost and Court of Appeals. to all sense of shame, the majoiily of them were not. & D. M. GDENAULT, J. C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Oilier on Second Btrcct, over ult's grocery. Chen-a 1 MR. CLEVELAND is slacking up in his duty. If he sent any communiV cation to the boltocratic convention it miscarried like Mr. Watterson's celebrated letter to David B. Hill. Champion Egg Eater. soda-wate- r Richmond has several A TTORXE W. fiends and beer swillers, but no man l, Richmond, Kcntuchy. here can hold a candle to Sam of Paint Lick, who is an egg eater from 'way back. The lincas-te- r Collections solicited. 13 Record says thafWilliford is not a bad looking fellow and converses free PHYSICIANS. lyas to the enormous quantity nf btull he can stow away in his bread basket. DR. II. It. GIBSON, He said the biggest job of eating ho ever did was near Paint Lick several P1I YSICIA X A XI) SURGEON, months ago, when he got away with Kentucky. a turkey gobbler weighing 19 pounds, Richmond. eggs, several large on30 Office in the Joe (V.lins building, s8and ao Sec- ions, a lot of mutton and a loaf cf ond Street, orer White old druotorc. bread. His appetite was not extra good on this day and ho could have CHAS. HOOKER, devoured more had it been at hand. 1 ETERTNARY SURGEON, Billy Fish, "Tigo" Jennings and Alox Ely, of Paint Lick, have a long lif-- of Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUtgt. roputablo witnesses by whom they Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. can prove the above statement. Y--A T-L-A --- CREEN CLAY, AVilli-fon- ... soft-boile- d 37- t Office np stairs over New York Store, corner Mmn an4 FirM streets. Richmond 46- - Program . C. Medicine and Surgery. Oflice Collins I5uildinc, MninStreet. Telephone Ht JASPER, M. Dl resilience ----- ol S. S. and Y. P. Convention of Ky. Presbytery. (the Cnrr place) on The committee has arranged the following program for the Sabbath School aud Young People's convention to be held at New Hope church, Aug. C--8. Richmond, Kentucky. FlllDAV, 10 A. M. Importance of Christian Work in a DIt. O. A. KENNEDY, Good Society Miss Annie Thorn. Tho Young Christian PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 1. In the Home Margaret Huxley. Kentucky, Richmond, 2. In the Prayer Meeting Rev. Geo. Office in Smith Building, No. 104 Main Street, np Green. stairs Oflice hours 12 to and tn 5 o'clock. 3. In the Church and in Society Rev. J. K. Smith. DIt. JOHN M. POSTER, 4. Jn Business and in State Mr. C. F. Kentucky Wallace, Richmond, ... 1 4 afternoon. Telephone at office and residence. . V Winston, fill God's Benign." has returned to his home. The people He said in part: weie much edified by his talks and much good was accomplished. "I have attended conventions, since last I met you. in the Metropolitan UOYLESVILLE. Tjilieinacloof Loudon, and in the Beds Levi Elliott is recovering fioni his re- of Bengal; In St. Andrew's Hall of Glasgow, and in the ancient capital of the cent serious illness. H. K. Bowman died at the homo Pnnjib; among our Irish Endeavourcrs Mr. of his A. J. Walden, last in Belast, and in ciowed Berlin, Wednesday of consumption, SI and on the lonely tablelands of the yeais. Iuteiment in cemetery at this Transvaal; among the Alps of Switzerplace. Deceased leaves several children. land, and on the vast veld of the Orange ; Mrs. Shelley Jett and Mrs. Sara Kiggs Free Stat in seagirt Stockholm, and in the karoo of South Africa; in lordly are sojourning atMallory Springs. Paris, and in quite Wellington; in the The oat crop in this section is almost Cape of Good Hope, and everwhere, a failure. In Ecveral instances the crops amid all these diversities of costom and are not worth cutting. costume, of mauners and methods, of A large per cent of the wheat has been Idngunge and laws, I found that the threshed, and the crop i excellent. Chi fcti.ui Endeavor ideals are gubt'intial-l- y the same. Mr. Natt Thompson is in Winchester "Moreover, the people whom I have under treatment for an abcess of the seen have been of diverse creeils and bowels. Born To the wife of Louis Dix on iews of religous truth. All, to be sure, hac acknowledge the sumprcm.icy of Tuesday, a boy. Jesus Christ sis the very Son of God and Bom On Monday to the wife of Mr. the only Savior of lott sinners, All have P N. Sharp, a boy. accepted the Bible as the word of God, and the Holy Spirit ns the sanrtifier. PAINT LICK. Mr. II. N. Bejsley is in Cincinnati for comforter and guid in mich soil only can Christian Endeavor flourish. several weeks. "But in minor particulars the creeds Mr. Owen McKinney is at Bryants-vill- e and forms of .church goverment of these handling tobacco for Galloway & hospitable hosts of our society difler ao Palmer. widely as their complexions. The shade Miss LncilleMcClure.of Buena Vista, cf tan on a man's check does not make visited Mrs, Robt. Arnold last week. or unmake his manhood; the shade of Mrs Dr. Ramsey and daughter, Mis creed does not make or unmake his Lucille, left last week for a visit to Mr. Chiistiauity. Terrel Ramsey, at Searcy, Aik. "By Methodists and Babtist, by Miss Stella Duncan, of Richmond, is by and Congregationalists, the guest of Mrs Lucy Martin and fam- friends and disciples of Christ, by Episily. copalians and Luthrans, by adherents Capt. W. B. Jones and wife visited of the btate churches of Germany and Sweden and Holland and Scotland and friends near Danil!e last week. Mrs. Richard Hockaday, of Kansas, ar- England, as well ao by representatives rived Saturday for a visit to her father. of every free chnrch, have been kindly Mr. A. K. Lackey, after an absence of received in the name of Christian Endeavor, and by every missionary societhirteen years. ty at work in India or Africa. Why? Little Miss Fannie Frances, of Corbiu, Because of the eloquent endorsement is isiting her grand-parentMr. and which a common and universial method Mrs. Jas. Franris. of Christi m service renders to its advoMisses Bettie and Lucille Finncis, cates. Fannie and Jennie Parkes visited Mrs. 'Ouly one denomination still seeks Joe Robertson during the l.ancaster Fair. to prevent the increase of Christian A large crowd from here attended the Endeavor Societies, and that has inLancaster Fair on Saturday. The circus troduce! Christian Endervor principles, w Inch never came was the drawing card. and though we regret the absence Or full Mr. C. F. Kiggins leaves this week for fellowship we aiu glad of the extension a sojourn at High bridge, where he will of the ideas for which we stand in that we rejoice, yea, and will rejoice. attend camp meeting. "Our society, then, has those of a Paint Licl; ball team will go to Berea universal movement. It was born in Saturday for a game. obscurity and weakness. It has not Miss Alecn Denton is visiting her sisowed its extension to human advocacy ter, Mrs. Victor Lear, near Lancaster or ecclesiasticat authority. It has spread this week. to every laud. It has been found adaptEiss Mamie McClure, of Buena Vista, ed to every evaugelical creed, to every is visiting fi lends here. form of church goverment, and every Misses Smith, of Missouri, aim Miss race and class and language and conditKate Smith, of Richmond, are the charm ion of people, It has failed only w here ing guests of Mibs Denny, near Manse. the principles involved in our covenant Mr. G. W. McCIanahan, formerly our pledge have been ignored, or where it agent for the L. & N., has been fraus-ferre- d lias been crushed out by denominational . from Falmouth to Cynthiana for authority." In answering the question of the text permanent duty ns night man. he said the movement must be" true to Seen in a Louisville Pawn Shop. its fundamental ideas; must necessarily It is a temptation when in a city to be unifying; must le pervasive force; examine the articles displayed in the must be sacrificial, and must listen to pawn shop windows. Sometimes the God's voice aud continually obey it. engagement ring of a starving wife Continuing he said: or the sealskin cloak pawned to get "This is a w orld movement, thank whisky for a drunken husband, are God, away from materialism, formalism the mute witnesses of the desperate and a barren ecclesfasticism back to God straits into which unfortunates fall. himself. Last week in Louisville we spied a "Endea'orers, let this be the motto, golcLmedal, the purpose, the prayer of this our comsuperb diamond-studde- d and on it these words: "Oratory. ing seventeenth year. To abide in Centre Collego. 1894." Arouud this Christ, to surrender ourselves to Him, to inscription were eight largo diamonds, let Him use us, to think less of our efand between them the names of as forts and more of His fulness, to seek a many states, showing that the owner, larger intiliing Jroni above, deeper whoever he was, had either lost or draughts of His life, more emptiness ot pawned this handsomo trophy of self, more fulness of Christ. Thus only Oratorical supremacy. A will Christian Endeavor, and all for his Inter-Stat- e badgff of Iheiigma Chi fraternity was which it has come to stand Christian citizenship, Christian missions and a also on exhibition. YoUr "Alex," as the pawn- thousand forms of benevolence receive broker is called, could tales unfold ever fresh life and vigor." sou-in-la- w, Pres-bjteriaus At thd great Convention of Christian Eudeavorere at San Francisco last week, Rev Owen Young, of Lexington, is a the subject of tho annual mescage guest of his father V. II. Azbill, of the President, the Rev. Franeii E. of this place. Clark, I) I)., was "A World Enciicling Eld. Sampson, of Waco who has been Religious Moeiuent; How shall It Fulbalding a protracted uieeliugat uu known. in-la- Bill Fn Bier left last Saturday for parts friends in the loss of his great work the "Triumph of Chastity." Tho outlines of a now work could bo taken on a Hat cut from a perfect photograph given mo by Hart, but the alto work could only be renewed by a collection of many of the pieces which would allow tho measured poiuts by his Invented instrument to be filled up to great extent If the clay model or a cast from it remains in Italy it would all be well. I suggested in tho beginning thf"t tho statue should bo placed in a building made for the purpose cheaply annox of larger proportions to lie made in time as the means would allow. As I had much to do with the conception jKjrfectcd in this statue, and as "my friend proposed to inscribe my name upon it, I bear moro than a common grief in its great respect, loss-With My Dear Miss S. Breckinridge: share the grief of all J. T. Hart's ''g(tt GkAHEOUSlli C.AJW.i3-',. m Z R.W2 piHiinniji ii r i ' BRIDGEFORD'S res ths f t??i Ioiixt KurserySBaih i if jjj fBLTyANnsTPnc r 5 QUART that "My, ECONOMIST RAPE, A Price- - XZh. courage to stop Ins downward eoflrse.- We will send vou by mail, AIIMMjUTK-hFKEK, in n!am jwkaf, the DIt. iliiKW AYS Vir.Ali with a legal gear antee to permanentlv cure l.llSf SEhr'-AIMISK, Y made me jump! it is such a common expressuch :. common cause poorbloodand from starved nerves. -- SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PrRCIIASE THEM I lit lasts twice as lone as trial will convince merit. 'Will please the Mir. of r T otters. its reat XllijIT SKXUAh S WEAK-XKS- VAIUCnilELE EMISSION'S .'astidioua. LLED CHARLES F MLLER, c'c' m FRENCH - SOAPS A.' i TOILET PERFUMERY, Lancaster, Penn. sion, and it comes from L2 i'w v ESTABLISHED, 1849, wvvvvvvw and all unnatural drains. Returns to former appearances em mated on; ins No C. O D fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not on re, we would not send our medicnie FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write :fs this aiav ot appear again. Addrent to-da- nil'S forever ii "Western Medicine Company, WCOKPORITED. 24-23 COO" Kalamazoo. 3Iitli of nervousness,-wheyo'l could be permanently cured by n Why suffer the tormenting terror no not lick AND I) w lsJ SOLD ON AN i Johnston's BOTTLE. KATHRINAu A.tHolutc Giinrnntcc. sj Sarsapariilla 1 M 8 r BICYCLES I r orxc n.i U l Cassius .MAncciiLus Ciay. TO WALK HALF WAY ROUND healthfully and speedily tlian any other blood purifier. It acts upon the blood more CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS i. ti JJUiiiu s T- H3t i ' 1 g g E THE GLOBE. Po- laj4r4izl!42l3$3l:ufciiinM:isJa4 i$iiin$iC3 lice Gazette, champion long distance walker. Record, 13,310 miles," apSold by D. Z. & T. IS. Taylor, peared on the register at Hotel Nicholas Waco, Ky. yesterday morning. Miller carries with him a handsome medal presented to him is being the champion walker of Amciipa. He left New York April 24 under a wager of $1,000 to walk to El Paso, Texa, and back to New Yoik, a distance of 13,310 miles, by December 1, which he sas he can easily accomplish. Miller and his faithful companion, Gues, paid the Journal a very pleasant call yesterday. His dog has I ramped all the way, averaging about 2o miles per day. Miller remained The undersigned has three separate small here all day yesterday, leaing late in farms which he offers at private sain separately the evening tor Danville. Jessamine or together. All three are situated at long-distan- "Fred Miller and his dog, Guess, Williams, Davis, D rooks & Co., Detroit. Midi. $ Price, $ I for a quart bottle at aay druggist, s, SOLD IN RICHMOND. 6e m I HIGHEST GRADE EASY RUNNING, anK.vii-riArJLiIT) wunnutai .nbMnkmcoi THE ASC OF KUTLii UW EASY AND PLEA3MVT TO TAKE. TWO - FARM WOE III SCO, i. Every Wheel Guaranteed, Send for catalogue. fii'mtr Worm Detroer EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a century with cominuallv increas ing demand Think a moment uoc5 mis not mean merit ? Smallest Easiest to take Entirely veRetable Most certain and never de vv '" i i 125,000 Cliildrpii yearly Sent to I l FOR SALE -- RICH BOTTOM: LAND.-- - NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Rcspoaslble dealers invited to repona wltn us. IDOCr may2S-6- m nmmi cycle hfg. co., cor- (T) their Graei by Worms. HcDONALD'S CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. i Y. KILEY Fornale by all ilnunrli-tsanManufactuccd on PRICE, !!5e. mil He Journal. race meetTheie will be a thirty-daing at Hawthorne after Harlem closes. y "mii. ii WHITE'S In, UEU. j. r ;Y. lt--- l :mdo:xajlid, 'll I:i. BiayS-ra- o dealer la i r prielur, ItOX. ( Of Shelbyville, W-iR- ht STATION, EXCURSION TO OLD POINT COMFORT. On Thursday, July 22d, the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad will run its annual excursion to Old Poiut Comfort, Va., leaving Lexington at 11:25 a. m., and reaching Old Point at noon next day. Ouly $11 00 will be charged for the round trip, and tickets will be good to return until August 8th. Stop overs w ill be allowed at any station on return trip, so that our patrons may break the homeward trip by stopping at an of the beautiful mountain resorts along the line. Sleeping car rates will be $3.50 per double berth which will accommodate two persons. No other summer trip oilers such a diversion and variety of pleasures as a trip to Old Point, over the Chesapeake and Ohio railway, with its mountains, valleys, rivers and Ocean. Special rates cf 2.50 per day at the Chamberlain and Hygeia Hotels. For full information or sleeping car reservation call on or w rite on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain respectively 85 and 16S acres, ancl are well watered and well improved farms. There is no better land in Madison county, most of it being It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. TKRMS Sale will be made cash, For particulars, balance to suit purchaser. address one-thi- rd The Finest liigs The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- , May 20, '00. To Medical Co., Col., O : Gents I have purchased a box of Wriuht's Celery Capsules from G. X. Middelton, druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation aud found that thev gave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Riley. Shelbyille, Ky Wright's Celerv Capsules. Ky., Recommends L. & LV. JN1. R. R, M K. U. .DIVISION. In Effect Mncn 1, ISOtJ. lExpress for Cincinnati,! akv Paris, Mavsville, WiB- - i. ji. 6.25 jmail. Ichesterand Lexington; ; 7.20 BED WETTING CURED Wis. Off AO PAY. Mrs. B. M. HO WAN. Milwaukee, mchl-I- y Geo. D. White, feb3-t- tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin,'' An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other collece or institution of learning in the United States, or in the New England Conservatory of Music, can be eemred- - by y any young man or woman who is f a in earnest. Write for particulars a V quickly. JAMES 1). BALL, ? G Bromfleld St.. Boston. Mass. 5 fy TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. r f White's Station. Ky. j FREE EDUCATION -- ou Get the Profits Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. iCincinnati. Paris, Mays-- i p. ji. Iville, Winch ester aiid ' LS5 2.05 j Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jcl-- ' 1.10 lico, Pineville. 125.1 Fast line for Livinsioe, a m. 11.43 London.Jellico Knoiville 31ft p. x. A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, I1.-3 ID Paris. Winchester. Hon land, lincaster arwl .v. a P M 1.20 Stanfoni. 10:10 Rowlanl, Lancaster &:&) Stanford. For further particular rail on or aMrea. j u ad Telephone 78. KUPES HOOD. Agt- - Frankfort P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley' No.M. Old Stand. 3-3- I Mmi liiiw&y. In Effect March 1. WSt.' DAILY EXCEPT SUXDAY. WEAK 5EH &3ADE VIGOROUS No better wheel made than the Barney, Dis. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. julyI4 td GKORrtE W. Take Laxative Brdmo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. 25c. l''or sale by W. Q. White, Druggist, Richmch3-6mond, Ky. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. E.VST BOUND. Kentucky Fair Dates. At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Fair Association, in the Willard Friday afternoon, the following were elected officers for the coming yean President, V. I. Samuels, Bardstown; Vice President, J. II. Mallory, Bowling Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond; Secretary aud Treasurer, A. K. Carroth-era- , 'Louisville. The committee appointed to make li&t of dates for this reason's fairs submitted the following, which was adopted by the meeting: Lebannon, Tuesday, August 10. Bardutown, Tuesday, August 17. Elizibechtown, Tuesday August 24. Bowling Green, Wednesday, Septem- ber Padneah, Tuesday, September, l. 7. ::SADDLERY.:! i CS" JKllilllllii ill: 3'"UAf. l0AY. What PEFFEPi'S NER9EGQR Did a and quickly. Cnros be It acts powerfully men rcimin lost rrm when ol Long Troubles and Consumpton Can others fall. Yon hxl. men recover TOJthtal TlTOr. Cured. nnteed to Cnre crvouci 7ois Stulilj It.inotency, Nljrlit.y Emission. either rr.lllnc Mraory, Waitla? UI An Eminent New York Chemist ancl Scientist cnici, and all efcett o tUI ofctu rr ezcrsf'S ot indltcntUm. WcnJs oil Insanity and c nsiimrtU. Makes a Free Offer to Oar Readers. Don't let (Irupsl't lrapoei worthless rt ' mtuio r t. Jc. ;tont& ?'Oulecanottr!clJ3B-eatTrr"Gor twl for i The distinguished New York chemist, T. A Can bo carried In vest pociet. I'rciold with A l'o.il" Klocumi demonstrating his discovery of a re per. Kl per box. or O for tl) Written Omiranteo liable add absolute cure for uoasumpuoi .Mnejr. PamphlotTreo-So- to Cure rlCcfiiiil bru?sl3ts. AMr (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial mjtdicax. cmcuko, ii throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn rEFrms coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send TIIRIJE FUEE White. BOTTLES (all different) ot bis New Discoveries to any afflicted reader ot tte Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and lie considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial ot his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to (IN KENTUCKY ) humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung trcnbles and Schedule In effect Mny 2. 1807. consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," bled in his American and European laboratoNo I. No. No. 1 EA8TBOUND ries in thousands from those cured in ail parts 7 warn 7.j5pm Lv. LouUrillo of the world. ftlCam a.7pm 8.51pm Medical experts concede that bronchial, Ar. Shelby vlllc Uooam &33pm P.SOpm chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption. Ar.LVrcncob'g, dMptn VVSvm la 17am 7 which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- - , Ar. vermin es r. Lexington.... lasuam: 25pm, 10 0pm I tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. !., S3 Pine j wcsihiium) Na B. No. 2. No. , street. New York. givingpostotHoe aid express- Lv. Lexlnxton ... a. 10pm 3 Ujjm 7 address, and the free medicine will te prompt- ; Ar vers illle 8.15am S.3.'pai 5.3 im ly sent. Snfferers should take instaat advan- - jvcia'teuzeWg"" 3.35am dOopm 5.45am tage of his generous proposition. Arl Shelbyvlllc".".!.'. 9.26am ".tipm 6.25am Please tefl tho Doctor that you saw, his offer Ar. Louisville a i5pm: a Warn 10.55am Ily7-l- v , in tho Ricumoxd Climax. 5 and 6 carry Free Observa' Trains Nos-1.tion Chair Cars. HOW TO nND OBI. lo-- xmwix .'fSEWSV 5fartZC&' t "? 1 iU-U- Kl. i iicycie Built in our own factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. We have no agenis Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. WRITE FOR e c AbtI;itel;n'p Arr Elkhorn ' Swiuer. Stamping Oroontl " DirvalN " Ceorgetown Lve Geoixetowrn. Arr Newtown. ' CentreviHe Elizabeth Lve Frankfort am. '(3D 6 15 po. IW IM 3 58 3 3 4s SSI 8 00 8 12 7 86 7 W 7 29 8 32 S 2S 8 W i 4 IS 36 4W tt Pans IM . ki, r.tr.ivei WEST BOUND. Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown. " OeorBctown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvalls. " Stampins Ground Switrer. Lve Paris . . 9 9 M X 38 CO a M S '2 3 5 53 S 30 8 II ., 9V W M as'.v, Our Interesting Offer Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad. Jan27-m lit 56 11 M " rnthorn 1138 11 11 Frankfort 36 36 SHI 8 SB 7 6C T IS SOUTHERN RfWJftY. FI! business C. D. BERCAW. OenT GEO. B. HARPER. OenU Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. Pus. Agent. TORNADO Ehenpeab ui M Riihf&j. H91 HUIG- Lproperty against homes unci Time of Train at Winchester. Ky. WEST SOL'ND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Morehead ami Lexington Aecom. New York Limited F. F. V 8 X am 7 3 am 3 GO pm m . IMu 1 Insure your " Fire Tornado. What are the Elements of a Complete Young People's Society? Rev. R. that would silver many raven locks. A Bri-ne- y. 300 persons, said to a Louisville Characteristics of an Aggressive Church Dispatch representative a few days ago Rev. J. Knox Monf go.mery. "I thought the Chicago platform was a Sabbath morning, a sermon, to the mistake, and my fealty to the DemocratPhtsician and Sukgeon, people by J. Knox Monlgoinery. ic party is all that caused me to vote for Richmond, - - - - Kentucky. young SATURDAY, 10 A. M. Mr. Bryan. Today I am proud of my vote. I 6ee where my mistake lay in Welcome address Mr. O. Wallace. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Duties of Parents and Teachers in Sab- supposing that we could sell our prodPractitioner in Medicine and Surgery, bath School works Mr. W. A. Meyers. ucts while money is all the time getting Kentucky, Richmond, scarcer, among the people. We have Biblical Training of S. 8. Teachers Office and residence oo Third Hlreet. kept our people employed by going down Rev. W. Plaxco. Why should SS.-- Conventions be held? in our pockets for the money with which to pay the salary list, while we are pilMiss Bettie Alexander. 2EOTAL SUBGEBT. r rf . Making Conscience workef Known ing Up manufaetured goods with little prospect of directing sales, although our Duty Rev. J. H. Simpson. DR. A. WILKES SiMlTn, goods are in demand by all classes, had AFTERNOON. Importance and Growth of Ladies' they the money to buy. At lower wages DENTAL SURGEON, Missionary Societies Mrs. O. T. Wallace. we have kept our employes 1 u something Kentucky Richmond, H..w Best to Retain Young Men in the to do in. Order tiiat theit idleness might, notentail Euflering on the helpless, and Ornce Smith building. Main Street. Office SablmUi School A. J. Findley. hours, ccoo to la M.; 1:00 to 4 P. I. Babel Builders Mis3.Sadie Sandusky, I see no way by which we can etl'ect sales r"PrctJce limited to dentistry. the people "have Builders Brigade; What It Has Done of any magnitude-unti- l silver coinage restored f until they can J. A. Yates. and May Do Mrs. S. C. Walker. J. C. MonOAjt. T manufacturer who emplojs no less W. EVANS, M. D., than ... ... MORGAN & YATES, N1QIIT SERVICE. Simpson- DENTISTS, AVliat the Young People's Societies Kentucky. Richmond, Have DonelorOur Congregations Miss Emma Gladness. Owes Main Street, over Madison National Public cordially invited. Bank. Music Rev. r. T ' Church J. H. find employment, and find money which. circulates, and with which they can buy our products. Yes, Bryau and tho Democratic party were right, and thepeoplo will verify this atatement at "the nqxt election. t ii - ' -- ' e No. ItNo.6al harness, cheaper STATIONS All kinds of is positive No. 14. t.NO 67 KK Sec. Street, (Up Stairs). and Ut ot two boailred luTeaUoiu wantea. lei ly The man w ho bits ou a limb ami saws than can be bought any where in Richmond. When urine stains linen it '.roo fre 4.30 pm 7.4oam L.Y lyOUlSTll Ar 8.15pm kidney trouble, 8.15pm Ar Sbelbvll it off is a Solomon compared to the one Give tit a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction evidence of to urinate or pain m the &.7pm 10.17am AtVerslles Ar 9. 6am 4.13pm dSCpm Ar MKata quent desire feb21-t- f 72)pm lLSOam Ar Midway Ar 7 4 lam 3.38pm who thinks lie can sin without having to guaranted. back, is also convincing proof that the . 7.50pm: 1115pm ArGoorgtn Lt 715am 3.00pm suffer. Ijuicaster Record. TVE3T110C1C1XHAarapuxD. kidneys and bladder are out of order. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, tNo tNo. L tNa 5. STATIOItS. 01 Interest to Tobasco Growers. WSAT TO SO- "Itsam tyintn l.v LouHvil Ar 1US5 In & 15pm lOSOam &&7pmLv Versllos Ar T.Siam Of Earkersburg, lVt Va., Recom There is - comfort in the knowledge 11. 00am 7Jnm ArNlchlTlllAr CKam 440pm The "Weed" Is the name of a new 11. 48 Dm a.30pmArRlcliEio'd Lxl 0, 05am 3.45pm mends Wrights Celery Xiouisvillo'papei: devoted exclusively so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's .LWpmi .........at irviao L.vi i.supmr Q Swamp-RooNo. the great kidney remedy BTATIOKS. to tobacco and news of Kentucky's Nal Capsules. K Loulsvllla. 7.isam T.lSptn fulfills every wish in relievinsjipain in Lv. Lexington.. . staple product. S. M. Anderson. Jr., O ta&Oaro lttlOpra Ar. X formerly of Nicholasville, is editor the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud Ar. KnoxTllle... Htxipm 7 30am l?ARKEnaBunG, W. Va., Laam 1.15pm" s O every part of tho urinary pasMKce. It Ar. AsfceTllIo... . and publisher of' the paper, and "It Ib o ArSaTannatt..... ....t..i 500am January 204 1995. a 10am bold nrlhe and Ar. JaekaonTllle. el O corrects inability to ably conducted. a The Wright Med. Co., 7.40pm 6.00am scaldingjpain in pawing it, or bad effects Ar. Chattinoojra.., For certain, tho largest auuam U.t0m Ar. Atlanta Columbus, Ohio. I L 10pm: 8.15am following uso of liquor, winejor beer, Ar. Macon in tho Union, and tho 10pm 8.10am Gen Hern en: T have been nsinR audovercomea that'unpleasant necessity 'Ar. Jacksonville.. largest tobnet'o .market In thcrstate 8.0)pm 60aam Lv. f "Wright's Celerv Capsules since Novem 5 11.69pm 10.3um, of being compelled to get up ma ny times Ar. nirmlneham.... fchould bo field onough to support an !l 3n 4.45am !.43pml Ar. Meridian... .... ber, 1891, ami find them to be as recom organ, and wo have no doubtfrom mended. I first" besran takine them. dnrine.the night to urinate. The mild Ar. NawOrlcans.... U20am a 55pm 2 tho encDuragemqfrtalrr.adygjven, that while at Hot Springs., Aik , nnder treat audlho extraordinary effect ofljSwanip-Ro- r No. I oarrles Free Chair car Louii 7lllc to? is Boon realired.'It stands the high- Lezlnston there connectlnj with Solid(Jars o the tracfe will in tinfattike as much- - ment for Sciatic Rhenmatisra. Liver and tU' Train carrylns Pullman Sleeping i Stomach trouble. Constipation which I est for its wonderful cures of tne most 'UiattaooosatoBirmlcgham aad New Orleans. J . '?. . ., . .WANUFACTUHER AND DEALER IN interest in this f'Ubli cation as does jfs hadJbeen a long sufferer. I found the medicine j. No. 3 carrle4Fallmaa Sleeper Loulsvllla to publisher: It witl bo itB nirrr, through Ueiery (Japsuics gave me great, relict distressing cases. ) Cfcattanootra. and AtlantH. aUo Lexiastoa to xl U .1 e an excellent edtjprj&l force and spec- from the beginning and have need them you inu Iut2v: ooiujpy urujj- - Jaeksonvillo via Hot Springs. AshcvUlo. and! ial orrespondehts in, very tobacco ever since. "With" pleasure, and gists, price tilty cent3 and onj) dollar, Compartment Sloepor Laxlngton to New Or--j AND ALL JUNDS OF CEMETERY WORE. I recommend them to any and Tor? a sample Iwttle nud iiamphl pt, both xleana.canter and raising' section, to furnish 1 Dally Except Suaday. like afllictioua or either , d'C. add mora news aiul rfliabjo news of, tobac- allFuffering withtrdly yours, seaffreeby mail, xndntion, the.iCi.iMAX', A.WHBDOS.P &T-- , A. Hhq'pan r$) STnrrPrSTTA.. Ufeni., S'ery "LsxiimoiK Ky. IT IulsvUteKy. and"gend your fall now entsrlngjhis of. atjuress to co ' ' ClIAELES T. CALDWELL! w ,v .VVQBafrGca. Supt J. K. Cclp.T. itCj WahInstoe,-JX ueiti. - r'rr"i DrKinierct Co., Bingliaiton y"Wa6tBstea.D-C- . t i inirrtriHr i,i riT7 . rrice,2'por jicai-- Together rlttej bOc entsTind Sl.( per bos. CalUldrue- - ;j.nQ.propretorji UHBjmper gi larantce t, ; Tr8trcwix.c. -i- i9uutmKTr ii - P- - the genuineneeroltiivuuer: Cujur$2.75. free saruule rVfX store and , J J a i& " "V 5? r sr . v jit. . a? " 8 rriJii r .: . .,. r 'j- . ' s. r .S aaiv' jb. ' t .?ftv:' " -t w eft hand-mad- At WALTKaAzBntt's Lxykby Stablb. Geo. White. I represent two of the most sler"'r"r',eB reliable Insurance Companies EASTH7CNIX jrEnouaa in the United States and rei jNO 8TAIIQSS. I. spectfully ask for a share of Fill a bottle or common water glass In o. 11 No. 7 4iam.Lv LouiaJtl Ar; 8.15pm,iauam &3Spm aS5amArLarncbrjAr iSpni aam your patronage. r with urine and let stand Wanted-f- ln tome iai5amArIl3rjoJsbg.ri 7.33am idea thllLr cangimpio u rules a'sedfment or settling indicates a (7.2Spm .U8imlAr Burjin Lv' 4.3?pml 7.2jjm ,7.40pm hours; Protect your Ideas;" ther may brlns you viealth. S. F. ROCK, Write JOHN WiOiOCKBUld i C- Patent Attor diseased condition of the kidneys. EASTBOnKIX WESTBOUMIJ j 1 1 1 12. NO. EAST BOUND. 9 M am Lcxintrton and toreheftd Accom. 11 W am New York Llmitel F. F. V. 6 30 mi Lexincton and Mt. Sterlinjc Accost 38 fmt Washtngton Express Accommodation traiss ruw daily axeeet S8a-da- v. Other trams run ikutv Through sleeping and din'.a? car service to New York. For information. rate or call on or write KIIOCD As nt IAJf.lly., Rtcbmoml. Ky. or GEORGE W BARN FY. D. P. A. C. O Ry., Lixintoti Ky. VTfco think-o- t 1 Tki 'a 4 twunty-fou- 1 ' ccjj. WaJhlagutn. D. C- fur thrlr tlsoa prlo oiler O- lOt -- - t Madison Monumental Works. 2X(3TrM:(DJriD7 r t, J 1 a "l 1 -- -- tobacco-raising-stat- er o Q r 1 - ot "Vestl-bnl- I ... ITyou-Jieed- a C 1 Biioiuw-iiav- QRHILTE 2V01NU7VieNTS. re, unso-liuite-d, S-- T. thnn-any'jouni- -- post-ofli- ce m -' sS-3 U s A jt jftadijoi) Moi)ilii)ei)tal VorR?.. I -- . i i-- - t. . t- -- "- -. ' ,ai ', -- - '..-- j, -- -- V. ." The Richmond Climax. rDBUIBU) XTKKT WKOKKSSAT The Climax Printing Co. a B. PJUCK WOODS, PKK ;. IX ADVANCE, public school fund. It as follows: We disapprove the present administration of public affairs in the State of Kentucky and believe if more of the State's funds were expended for education and less for furnishing milAssociate Editor. itary escorts, etc., to outlaws, who when convicted by our courts, are YEAR, fl.50. liberated through Executive clem$1.25 ency, the ends of good government and justice could and would be better 1S97. BI The Warren County Teachers' InHon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, honesty or relax their hold on patriotic and Miss Ethel Myers, of Covington, Tho Q. & C. road will run an exwill return home today, after a most cursion to Cincinnati next Sunday, a strong resolution fired tho first gun of the campaign at sentiments and American duly. this afternoon condemning the Brad- Somerset Monday; His speech was The candidates named are men whose delightful visit of three weeks to Miss August 1, at usual low rates. Sumley Administration for reducing tho a keynote that other spellbinders noble duty is tho public good and Lizetto Dickson. Of the many young mer resorts open: Thelagodn, the stitute adopted should receive the suffrage of every man who wears the name Democrat. The Republican politician's promisee are rainbow tints in 'the political clouds, but no patriotic citizen will be lured fromJhe path of true aud tried principles by specious arguments promulgated by greed and avarice which is the foundation for their Beductive promises. Tne The New York World which helped Democrats of Madison county cannot be elect McKinley last fall and ranted the led astray by appeals to prejudice or loudest against Bryan and "anarchy," false assertions made to catch a few now makes the following timely confess- votes. ion: "Food, fuel, clothing and shelRepublican editoni put forth in black ter are the four essentials of existence and white their specific for our ills, in our climate. The Dingley bill as claiming their part will lighten the drafted puts nearly the whole burden of burden of taxation, free the wage slave taxation upon these prime necessaries. and Hue his pockets with money of irrefarmers' schedule taxes proachable soundness, set the wheels of The every article of food for man or beast factories and mills whirring day and that may seek access to our market to night, and when he gets ready to shuffle supplv local or temporary deficiencies. off this mortal coil the wonderful metal Bounties for campaign contributors, of certain specific gravity will purchase a protection for trusls and the whole bur- ticket with no stop-of- f for the celestial den of federal taxation put upon con city where a still greater store of unendsumption the food, fuel, clothing and ing bliss awaits the voter who has'been shelter of the people This is the pro- befuddled by a false glare of enthusiasm gram. The advance agent of prosperity into voting the Republican inconsistproves to be tho arrived agent of injus- ency. tice." - The Republican party is nothing hut a party of calamity howlers and as a "What is a Democrat!" is some-lim- proof of my assertions I refer you to asked. The answer is easy. A their howling last fall and now cite jou Democrat is one who believes in and to the - calamity that followed their supports Democratic principles. But treacherous yelps. what are Democratic principles? Democrats, fall in line, battle for our They are the principles endorsed and candidates. Noble, every one of them, promulgated by the highest authority, holding steadfast to Democracy's helm, of the party, its national convention. the synonym of liberty, the hope of a The platform adopted by the national free people in defeating a centralized convention must bo tho platform of power in our country, so the people can principles of the party. Failure to say we still rule and justice has its out-pu- t. es Was Growing Worse Liver and ought to study carefully. There is no more convincing orator In Kentucky where the raw material of all orators Mr. is still yielding a great Smith spoke for our Democratic candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Sam J. Shackelford Nicholas-vill- a Democrat. WEDNESDAY. JULY 28, attained. A spirited fight followed the introduction of the resolution, and the pedagogues presented a typical convention scene. A split in tho institute was barely averted. The boltocrat mass conventions held in Kentucky Saturday show that that party is indeed a party of leaders. Out of more than sixty counties, from which show at least of them held no meetings at all, and a large majority of the balance shown an average of less than twenty. After all the advertising and drumming and boasting and oilers of free tl DEMOCRATIC TICKET transportation,and is is an extremely poor showing is coniusivo proof that the story of the National DemoFor Clerk of Court of Appeals, cratic party in Kentucky has been SAM J. SHACKELFORD, told. It indicates that they will not of Daviess county. be able lo muster 4,000 votes in the entire state, on carry a single preFor Circuit Judge cinct. Nicliolasville Democrat. le-tur- ns one-fyurt- h THOMAS J. SCOTT, of Madison county. The Frankfort Capital publishes a scorching criticism upon our KenFor Coinmonwealtli'b Attorney tucky doctors who concern themB. A. CRUTCHER, selves so largely with the "irregular" of Jessamine county. or "quack" doctors. A certain incomprehensible custom of tho doc- support this platform can have but Representative, Jay Ell:Ess. tors escapes tho critical eye of the one logical result: It puts outside course. W. W. COMBS. Capital, says the Uarrodsburg Demo- tho party him who fails. No one crat, we refer to the custom which reads him out; he goes out of his own County Judge, the physicians have of presenting a accord. According to tho confession T. II. SULLIVAN. Mr. Robert McKce, of Danville, is bill in the lump "to m vices ren- of his own words and actions he is in town. dered" without ever itemizing the not a Democrat. County Attorney, Miss Florrie Chcnault is at homo account. This may be "professional" While this is true it is also true J. TEV1S COBB. from Woodford. among the doctors, but wl. itever that the Democrats the Miss Heacox, of Lexington, is with preferences they may have foi the election because they did not Sheriff, practice bated upon the ethics if have votes enough. To win next Mrs. Elmer Deatherage. II. II. COLYER. their profession, cannot be shared by time they must have more votes. Mr. Seward Lamont, of Louisville, the public that pays the bills, how- More votes must be gotten from the is a guest of Dr. Barbour. Circuit Clerk, ever just the accounts rendered. opposition to Democracy. One millS. II. THORPE, J U. Miss S. Ivinner, of Louisville, is Uarrodsburg Democrat. ion workingmen were compelled to with Miss Laura Bennett. vote against Bryan last fall. This County Clerk, Mrs. T. !) Chenault is visiting Mrs. The tariff is the great dividing ques- year they are out of work and can't JOHN F. WHITE. Will Watts, at Chilesburg. tion between the two political parties. be prevented from casting their vote Mr. John J. Hagan will start in tho It is the paramount question with the for Democracy. Every election since Jailer, Republican party; their pet hobby, in last November has shown immense drug business at Corbin soon. JAMES C. LACKEY. Mrs. Harry Morgan was welcomed fact. If there is one thing against Republican losses. This fall a politiwhich the Democratic party is irrevocacal tidal wave will sweep this country homo last Saturday from Chicago. Absessor, bly committed, it is a high protective and the Republicans will be overT. 0. CURRY. .Miss May Benjamin, of Irvine, was tariff. This makes it difficult to under- whelmed. Ohio is already conceded to the guest of Miss Delia Pigg, Friday. stand how auy man claiming to be a the Democrats. Get in the boat! SujHirintcmlent Public Schools, Hon. A. It. Burnam and son Toney Democrat, it matters not whether he is J. W. WAGERS. LOUISVILLE CONVENTION AS VIEWED left last week for a visit to New York. forgold or silver or both, can seriously THE Misses Clara and Nellie Mershon, BY COL. CRADDOCK, WHO VAS THERE. entertain a proposition to fuse with the Coroner, of Stanford, are guests of Miss Annie Republicans for the sake of seciu'iig a M.G.BROWN. Mendion. As expected, the meeting of the few county offices. Georgetown Times. V. A vent Evans has just returned National Democrats of KenNow are a shouting, Bro. Bell. A Surveyor, tucky at Louisville, was a great intel from a mouth's business trip through Democrat can never vote or uo S. F. HOCK. to encourage a party which re- lectual treat, temporary presiding of- the South. poses to place tho tariff above the reve- ficer Sims said he felt as if commandMiss Lucy Crooke, of Louisville, is CITY TICKET. nue standard. If we must have tariff at ing an army of generals. WillThorne, the guest of the MiHses Harber, on For Mayor all it must be limited to the amount nec- when asked ff ho didn't want to join High street. J. H. STOUFFEB. essary to pay the expenses of the gov- with so much talent, said no, he preMiss Elizabeth Smith, of Faye'te, For City Judge ernment. An man who lends himself ferred to go where there were more Mo., is the guest of her cousin, Miss II. C. RICE. to a contrary policy is not a Democrat. voters and less talent. For City Attorney I do not believe liberty can be Katie Smith. Ford has Mt. Sterling Sentiuel Democrat. j! TALBOT JACKSON. Miss Jennie retumedfrom maintained save upon the principles Elder Tibbs. Attendants. an extended visit to relatives in by COl'NCILMEX. which the Democratic party have When it comes to antediluvian history Messrs Clifton Prewitt, Roy Kern, Clark county. Court House TEVIS, PICKELS. or foreign affairs, the Kentucky .Regis- maintained for a hundred and odd Miss Lockett Smith and Rev. .Wuu Misses Ella Prewitt and Virginia years. W. C. P. Breckinridge'. City Hall MEItSHON, MAUPIN. ter speaks without equivocation. Hear Grubbs. A handsome reception was "So say we all," but the Democrats Crow, Jr., of .Frankfort, are guests of University GIBSON, BALLARD. it: held at tho homo of the'bride's brothwho follow Bryan contend that they Miss Lucy Crow. RICHMOND DISTRICT. "We are unable to see any good rea-- J have the true Democratic faith in oper, Mr. Chas D. Grubbs. The bride Miss Mnry Gentry returned Monday is a daughter son lor tlie annexation ol the Hawaiian posing contraction. F.-Maci-traN. B. TURPIN. of Thos. D. Grubbs, a Islands, but if ctfngress should decide to As a political issue the free and in- from Estill, where she has been spen- well known former citizen of MadiFor Constable W. L SIMMONS. them, it will be done without the dependent coinage of silver at the ding the summer. annex son, where ho married Miss Jnrman. aid or consent of Japan or anybody else. ratio of 16 to 1, or any other ratio, is Mrs. W. T. Tevis returned Saturday The groom is o The American Republic is abundantly as dead as the institution of African and highly Kf-iWalton's article on the Lou- able to look after its own interests and d from a pleasant visit to Mrs. S. T. respected, and the union promises to isville convention, flr.st page, and see take care of its own affairs, and it doesn't slavery. Henry Watterson. And yet as a prophet Editor "W. is Tevis at Pine Grove. be as happy as tho mo6t ardent friend how In puts the stunder the cuti- need any advice, and won't stand any discredited by saying in 1892: "If After tho fair Miss Belle McDowell could wish. impertinence from a cle of thoe who live by the sweat of country like Japau, or a broken down Cleveland is nominated we go will visit her sister, Mrs. Mattio McD. their honor. bankrupt like Spain." through a slaughter house into an Hanger, at Stanton, Va. With the strike to put coal up, and That sounds good. Now say some- open grave." If he had said after Mrs. G. Thomson, after several the tariff to put woolen goods up, the thing about domestic affairs. Are vou Cleveland's administration we would weeks' vieit to Mrs. A. DMiller, reByhee. Miss Nannie Bybee, poor will have a hard time keeping in favor of the gold standard that is caus go into open grave, he would have turned to Irvine Monday. daughter of Charles Bybee, warm this winter, but the Republican ing our people to go lo war among them- prophesied more truly. Mr. Ashley Ward, of Cyiithiana, died in this city on Thursday of contheory h that the I)rd takes care of the selves? Aic you really in favor of this spent Saturday and Sunday with the sumption, and was buried at Bybee-towPRESIDENT ANDREWS REMOVED. poor and the government must take country regulating its affairs "without familv of Mr. M. M. Harber. the aid or consent of auy other nation?" care of the rich. Ixiuisville Dispatch. Suweli,. Mrs. Hauna Sewell, wife The trustees or managers of Brown Mrs. David M. Chenault, of LouisAre you going to vote for Shackelford or University have demanded the resigna- ville (nee Miss Bettie Bronston), is of Turner Sewell. and mother of the It is very certain that the times are for Hindman? Why didn't you take tion ol President Andiews of that insti- visiting relatives in the city." famous Jack Sewell, died out of joint aid the people are ready to part in.the primary, the county convennear Waco on Friday, aged 80 years. tion, and the city primary? Will you tution, simply and solely on the grounds Miss Annette Riddell, of Irvine, make a trial of another money standard. and for the reason that he is a bimetal-lis- t passed through here Thursday en- - There are a score of persons who will They may be jumping tint of the frying vote for the Democratic nominees bless the memory of tho mother of and dares to say so. route home from Middlesboro. pan into the fire, but they are going to named on your second page? Had he held his peace he could have him to whom they owe their rescue jump all the same, unless there is a Mrs. AVm. M. Irvine, accompanied The Louisville Post has pounced upon kept his place. To hia praise be it said by Col. D. W. Irvine, leaves this week from watery graves. Jack Sewell great change p. d. q. Mt. Sterling lives on the bank of Kentucky river the Courier-Journand is showing to that he regarded liberty more than for Rockbridge Alum Springs, Va. and has rescued so many persons the satisfaction of the former readers of chains. Thousands there be now in Mr R. H. Huguely.of Danville, will from drowning that he is known in that that paper can no longer similar and other employments who are How many farmers were in the gold the C.-slaves to their gold hug masters with attend the hop Thuriday night, and the neighborhood for his daring heconvention at Louisville ? 'The Enquirer be relied upon as expressing the honest be the guest of Mr. Chas. Chcnault. roism. correspondent pays: "The agricultural convictions of its editor, but writes aud their mouths as completely aud securely Misses Ollie Baldwin and Annie McCoRD The community was clement wa wholly lacking. There advocates any measure or principle that chained as the entrance to the bastile. was not a man in the hall who could he will likely bring tho greatest immediate In order to keep up the humbug theory Bennett returned Saturday from' a shocked on Sunday by tho news of the of gold basis, gold standard, gold obliga- visit to Mrs. V. H. Shanks, at Stan- death of Mrs. David McCord, nee picked out as a farmer." And yet Geo. return in money to the C.-tions, sound money, and a vast deal ford. Miss Nannie Hayden, daughter of The Post says that the Courier-JournPhelps, a good farmer of this county, Mr. Jason Walker, who has been Henley Hayden, Esq., a well known is in politics for the money it can more of similar clap trap, the conspirawas there or thereabouts. he was difguised. Maybe George was not make out of it. This fact the people tors against civilization and humanity away with his racing stable for the farmer. - Deceased was about 21 years there at all, but took advantage ol the generally believe and for that reason all have attempted to intimidate the past three monthss is at home this of age, and had been in delicate health, yet her death was a sudexcursion rates to get to the tobacco expressions of the Courier-Journnow, teachers and employes and have pur- M'eek. sales. and it matters not upon what subject are chased and hired the daily press of the Mr. Rhodes Shackelford of Rich- den and terrible blow to her circle of country, with few exceptions, and mond, was in the city today and loft friends. Burial Monday in the Richviewed with suspicion. "Whilk some of us voted for McWe believe the C.-realizes this fact searched out the brightest writers, who on the Old Point Comfort excursion. mond cemetery. An infant son, n Kinley at the last election," says the anil being still anxious to draw in the are the most skillful word shufllers and stricken husband, nnd a large circle Lexington Leader. Barren county boltocrats iu their res- dncats from the people who have ad- parevaricators, with the least moiety of Master Paul Burnam celebrated his of friends are left to mourn this gen-tl- o olution?., preferring the lesser of two vertised iu heavy lines the speeches of conscience to act as editors. christian, model daughter, wife seventh birthday last .Friday by enevils, nevertheless we still adhere to the big four who aired themselves Willi this machinery they have atand mother. tertaining a large number of young tho principles of Jeffersouldii Demthe national Democracy at tempted, and to a. large degree havo friends ot a bid dinner. ocracy, as supported by Jackson. Louisville last week. The followers of been successful, to direct and mislead State of Ohio City of Toledo. Mrs. Jeff Cox, nee Miss Mattio Witt, m. They look at a beautiful way to show these four gentlemen were all present, public thought Slowly, steadily, painLucas County. their love of those principles, to be and thoe that are not followers don't full', this golil conspiracy has been ad- entertained very delightfully last Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he sure, saye tho Stanford Journal. A want to hear any of their heresy. The vanced. It has drawn into its service the Thursday evening at Kingston, from is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. vote for McKinley was a vote for G J. will never dispose of those great leaders iu the Senate, the flash 5 to Sin honor of "Mises Broriaugh, Ciiesky & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and Slate aforeeverything that Democracy opposed, speeches unless they are sent out as the preachers of the big churches, the pro- Cox and Mundny. said and that said firm will pay sum Mrs J. H. Bogga and son, Otis, of of OXI3 HUNDRED DOLLABS the each and can be atoned for only in sack- Courier-Journis now being sent out fessors of the subsidized colleges, many for Jessamine county Mrs J. C. Wick-lifl- e and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cloth and ashes before the voter is fit all over the country, free to all who may judges of the higher courts, whose "wise and daughter Maude, of Cynthi-anto sit at a Democratic table agaid. cured by the use of Hall's Catahioi vows" pass for wisdom These framers of wish to lead it. are visiting the family of E. C. Cure. law and directors of government, capFRANK J. GIIEXEY. tains of morality and expounders of di Boggs on Second street. Sworn to before me and subscribed in vine "wisdom, learned men of the schools Mrs. J. B. McCreary is entertaining my presence, this 6th day of December, j) t33iKi35W(r:-6-:fas-rand those chosen to hold the scales of this week Miss Susan Cromwell, of A. D. 188G. , . . A. W. OLEASON. with an even beam, have Notary Public rFG justice coerced, cajoled, trepannedbeen Lexington; Mr. Chenault and Mnry j real bribed, and Vincent Hugueley, children of' John inveigled into taking part in this grand H. and Nannie Hugueley, of Boyle. Hall's Batarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mue conspiracy. And today thus Editor Louis Landram, of Lancas- cous surfaces of stands these leagued legions of gold ar ter, was in town Friday. He is for timonials, free. the system. Send for tesCarpets, Furniture, Wallpapers, Draperies. rayed against humanity, in possession of Lancaster always first, gets out a paF J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. the government, the courts, tlo pulpit, per which Is a great credit to himself afiySold by Dnnrgists, 75c the temples Of learning, the wealth and his town, and desorves support. everything but Ihe immortal instincts of Dr. Emma Runyon, daughter of the liberty, which "breathes in the soul and Into Dr. Kobert Chenault, is the guest forms the mortal part" That they can of Dr. "Barbour's family. She has not capture, and on that alone rests the practiced'medicino Martin, David for the last two Hates, aeorge Miller, Mlsa M J hope of humanity. To Reduce Stock "We Will for the .NEXT 30 years, at Richmond, Vo., and bids Henley, George t Mag: Dennett. Miller, Scale Every true man and loverof humanity DAYS offer Special Low Prices on : . Iturnside, Harley Marry, Leomrd fair to equal in fame and popularity Clark. Ereritt Orr. Thomas that asserts himself as did President An- her distinguished ' .Cheatmet, Charley Powell, J H father. CHAMBER SUITS, Cooper, William PARLOR SUITS Potts, Wm drews fends new hope and becomes o Miss Katie Hacker, of Richmond, Covington, Mrs Hattio Irrine, Maggie bright and shining star to the lovers of WALL PAPERS, Ellis. Ueorre Keed, Martha arrived yesterday- to spend several Gentry, Mrs. Annie Binsro, Ma sgie liberty everywhere. Gilmore, Mrs Jane Senrnle. T STRAW MATTINGS, weeks w ith her bister, Mrs. Win. F. Golden, Mrs Mildred Trans, Nucun Teller, Francis Outhne, Charles LACE CURTAINS, Col. Tom Hacker, of Harden, Annie CAMPAIGN IS NOW ON. SOUND THE Schooler. Tribble, Nellie S5i THE Richmond, came over yesterday to Hopkins. J W Todd, Annie B BABY CARRIAGES, and PICTURES, TOCSIN OF LIBERTY AND DEMOCRACY. Jefferson, Mrs Katie Turner, Mrs William visit his sister, Mrs. Schooler, and to Jenkins. Lewis Tarley, Mary While, Mary A Well may the Democrats of Madison rusticate in this city for a few weeks. Johnson, David law. Lamb, Amy Strictly Morehead Advance. county feel proud of their ticket, because J B. VILLIS, Postmaster. the candidates on the ticket selected ly Miss Kntheriue Smiih, of RichIF YOU "WANT BARGAINS them are men who.e Democracy cannot mond, visited Miss Willie May Benny COME AND SEE US. lie assailed by any man wio claims to be last week Miss Elizabeth Kirk a follower of Jeffcreouian principles. Capt. Tom Ferrell will cry the Smith, of Fayette, Mo., is visiting They have been placed on the ram- Miss Denny this week Miss Dor- land and personaLproper,tysa!e of the & parts of Democracy to ward off the en- cas Francis, of Richmi nd, returned lato Yfm. Boggs, .August 24. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. croachments of Republican ascendeficy home after r week's vlsl to 1 D. P. Armor calls a meetiu Madison county, and invectives Leavoll. Paint Li ik Items In ing; of the roaAl commissioners for hurled at them by tho insidious foe Lancaster Hecord ntixt Thursday, to purchase tithev Jroui ambush will uoyer penetrate their i Miss Yah Greenlejrfrpivliicbniond, ,. - pika'Tin ,Madison coantvP. -. PERSONAL. lat lost lady visitors to Paris this Biunmer, none havo received more attention than these bright and charmingg young ladies. Paris Kentuckian. Richard Phelps, of Midway, formerly of Jessamine county, nnd an uncle of Mrs. Gcorgo Munday, of this place, was here Wednesday and left for Spears. He is still a bachelor nnd resides with Wm. Mitchell, of Midway, another native of Jessamine county. Mr. Phelps was on tho lookout for some stock that he bought here and strayed back. Nicliolasville Democrat. Lieut. Ensign Carlo Brittain, U. S. N., and wifo (ne'e Mamie Baldwin), of Richmond, and Mrs. W. J. Hannaand daughters, Misses Mary, Margaret and Virginia, of Harrodsburg, are the guests of T. II. Grubbs' family, and attended the Prewitt-Grubb- s wed ding July 15 It.E. - Biggerstaif will be here today to visit his brother in law, D. W. Baum, and remain until luonuay wnen nis wile will accom pany him home. Mt. Sterling Sentinel Democrat. Gusaigue Owsley returned to hit, post of duty in the Richmond revenuo oflice Monday. Goose Egg was a director, and worked hard to entertain the crowd. By the way, Egg's sweet heart was hero, aud that is why his head was combed and a collar adorned his neck. 'Tis seldom ho dresses up this way. That girl is pretty enough, however, to cnuse the Prince of Wales to put on a few extra touches Misses Letcher, Bennett and Smith, tho lovely and charming trio of Rich mond young ladies, who visited Mrs. Owsley during the fair, returned to their homes In Richmond Monday, leaving several sad hearts behind. Lancaster Record. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks in honor of their charming guests. Misses Annie Bennett and Ollie Baldwin, of Richmond, was attended by a dozen couples who enjoyed the occasion very delightfully. Elegant refreshments were served aud everything was done by the host jtnd hostess to contribute to the enjoyment of their guests The following young people attended the German Wednesday evening at Crab Orchard Springs, and report a delightful time: Miss Ollie Baldwin, T. H. Shanks; Miss Annie Bennett, R. M. Newland; Miss Fannie Shanks, S. I- Zoo, Coney Island, etr. Championship gamo ball, Reds vs. Cleveland. Ask agents or sea small bills fi)r par- Stomach Troubles To Weak to Work Kow Ablo to Do All Hor Housework. ticulars. Save Your Slock From Fly Bitos. Fish oil with just enough carbolic acid to make a good stout odor is a splendid mixture to prevent Hies from annoying horses and cattle. Apply with a sponge or soft brush daily. No bad effects can result from its use, and-i- t saves flesh and suffering for the poor beasts. Is The Captain Out ot The Race ? Both Democrats and Republicans are signing a petition asfcingthatCapt. J. Speed Smith be appointed post- "I was under tho care ot a phy3lcuu for two years and ho was treating mo for stomach and liver troubles and feinalo difficulties, but I only grew worse under hia treatment. I was bo weak I could do hardly any work. I waa at last Induced to try Hood's Sirsaparilla and Hood's Pilla and these medicines have done mo bo mnch good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am able to do all my housework. I firmly believe I should have been In my grave today It it had not been for My little girl wa Hood'a Sarsaparilla. afiUctedvithphthkic. I gave her Hood's Sarsararilla and it has relieved her." ME3. 1J. S. IIuuct, 701 University Avenue, Enoxvillc, Tennessee. Woman Greatest Dislike her. f m k fi Is Spring Cleanins:...,.. why not make it a lit- ile more pleasant t.r master nt Richmond when PostmasSarsa- ter Willis term expiree. Tho StanparUJa ford Journal says this means that Mr. Smith is out of tho race for SurIs the best-- In fact the One True Blood rurifler. it all druggists. lSe suro to get Hood's. veyor of the Port. khJJ'M 1 This is Ample Correction. llOOU S ic so-call- a:ij-thit- ig list for the past two weeks but is now improving. Mrs. Jnlia Morgau returned home from Chicago last Saturday, whew slje had been visiting her parents. Mr. J. Wield, the Lexington cattle king, was iu this section a few days order. Stanford Journal. since looking after his interests. C. & 0. Excursion. Mrs. Peter Hockaday, of Missouri, On Friday, July SO, for trains leavdaughter of Mr. A. J. Lackey, is here ing Lexington at 11 :25 a. in. and 8:50 on a visit after an absence of 13 years. p. in., the Chesapeake and Ohio will Mr. H. J. Twigg, projector of the roll round trip tickets to Hot Springi Va , for $7, and to White Sulphur Whites Station 'possum ranch, realized Springs, W. Va., for $6, tickets good 31 bushels per acre from his wheat crop, returning ten days from date of sale. being the largest yield we have heard of For further particulars call on or in the couiity. A protracted meeting has been in address, G. W. Barney, D. P. A.. Lexprogress at High Point for he past ington, Ky. week under the auspices of Prof. Poage, How To Gel To The Fair. of Kirksville. Large crowds and interThe R. N. I. & B. will sell excursion esting sermons. tickets to Richmond July 0. good Farmers in 'general are chewing the returning July 31, nt one fare for bit considerably over so much rain. trip, nnd will run a special The oats and meadows have not been the last three days, leaving Nicliolas- harvested, and there is a probability of ville at 9:10 a. m , returning leave wheat being damaged greatly. Richmond at G p. m. Whites Station has broke out fresh There will be no spocial trains via with a base hall team. They crossed L. & N. See time card for regular bats with Caleast last Saturday and the trains, which reach here in time for game resulted 3G to 34 in favor of Caleast. the races at one and a third fares for Mrs. Jas. Martin and daughter, Mrs. round trip. Jones and daughter, Rev. Mrs. Potter To Fight In Louisville. and Prof. Poage spent the day and enA prize fight, alias a scientific- box- joyed a big dinner at Mrs. B. F. Brow n's ing contest, will occur at Louisville, Friday. Of course (?) religion aiid W. Menefee; Miss Kate Waddle, C. B. of special interest to local spoils as feminine apparel were not mentioned. Gwens; Miss Sue Willie Hale, G. B. both men, Jim Watts and Jim Frew, have vou HEARD Dunn; Miss Eva Lammers, Harris formerly resided here: That JelF Morgan can beat Sam Slick Wearen, Jas. Menefee, Bledsoe BailThe fight is to be purely a scientific ey and John Lynn. Stanford Journal. one to determine which is the better hiving bees? That Bud Dunn has the best saddle man of the two. Both have very fair mare in Kentuckj? records and an exhibition worth seeThat (.'. C. Maupin has withdrawn ing may be expected. from the matrimonial race ? MoouES-WEHBEH--- At Watts intends going east soon 'to tho homo of That Leslie Ballard is still swinging meet Tommy West, and believes that n, the bride's brother-in-laRobt. a test of skill with Frew may f.tand his old "gall," Miss at Collier, Monday, Mr. Thomas-Moore- s That Henry Morgan says he is getting and Miss Lena Web- him in good stead when he meets the d d tired of living the life of abachelui? ber were united in marriago by Eld. eastener. The fight takes place, Monday, Aug. A. J. Tribble. That John Ballard has engaged Mr. 0, in the Athletic Club building. No Hen Brown to assist him iu writing his Gnunns-PiiEWiTAt Mt. Ster- purse. Admission $1. book? ling, July 15, Miss Katie C. Grubbs nnd Mr. Henry R. Prewitt wore united A Few Days of- - Grace Yel Remain. That Tom Powers is the greatest adin marriage nt the Christian church, mirer of the fair sex iu the neighborThe law of Kentuckj requires the 27-3the-rovn- d - Tho Richmond Climax, which had a staff representative at tho bolto-cratconvention, prints soire hot stuff about its make up and management. It made one serious blunder, however, that of speaking of thogreat Tony Carroll as "Arthur." An extra edition to correct the mistake, h in llS easy curcliverllh.casytotakc, to operate, sscentt. SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY If MM 1 KV ft M w To take the place of those worn ;.t a'il thos- t passed entirely out of sti-When Ml' them, she needs them in tin - I flings . W&Y And aught to have them anyway, and since she been so very economical you during the recent ,m- nr, And now you can get them at such rv L W providing you come to us from them, th.'i no excuse for you not making her h;u means home more pleasant for yourself. Hard Titmz i ' Our Stock is Comolefc i MARRIED. And not an article but what h:'.s lw mi Ik uj.'i iirst of the year and entirely t m.iay mention each one, so just remeniVr p we have anything you may want i:i V.v line and if you do not leiieve it. oiim- ,i yourself. - Bro-therto- Da'iFollo&SiFlteMy fLr-d ilA T5 ..ira V, T. iiwu naiiaii X y&3 g?) it n A J Kx r te well-to-d- - ! semi-barboro- DEATHS. n. life-save- r. Sentinel-- Democrat. al J. J. al al J. he-fo- re ' -- those up stairs could not descend to her rescue, and the doors below, previous to preparations for retiring, had all been securely locked, and while g her screams of agony were heard from above and below, she was not reached uutil a door opening on the street had been broken tjown by some heroic gontleman, whose name I did not learn, and with whom were innumberablo sympathizers, who did everything possible to savp her, but entrance was effected too late to prolong tho life that was that was fast ebbing afray. The The baby in her arms was miraculously saved from instantaneous death. The floral contributions at che grave completely covered it. It vas a subject of general remark that this was one of the saddest deaths this community has been called upon to lament in mauy years, when tho horhean-rendingrief-strick- ble damage to crops. Mrs. R. John Heathman is slowly improving in health, much to the delight A Horrible Death. Mrs. P. H. Idol, whose husband was of her neighbo's and friends. Mr. G. M. New by will leave in a few lately Richmond manager of the Singer Sewiiipr Machine Co., was days for his home in Missouri after a burned to death at Lcxinsrton last two months stay with relatives here. weok. Mr. Wateis, of the Stanford Mrs. IJ. John Heathman .will go to Journal, toils of her tragic death : Estill Springs the 1st of August if her "Friends up stairs were shut off health continues to improve. while friends outside were placed in R. John Heathman is erecting a plata similar position in regard to helping form for Bryan to speak on. He is covMrs. Idol while she was burning- to ering it with Vulcan steel roofing. death. The explosion of the lamp on Squire E. C. Million will build a nice tho steps when her clothing ignited residence on his lot on Tales Creek Ave. put the stairway in flames, so that He contemplates moving 1718 "President and Managers of all turnpike road companies in which the State or county aro stockholder to make a full statement within the month of July in each year with the county court in each county in which the samo is located. Said settlement must show an iteinizad account of the cntiae earnings of the company covering the period from date of last settlement, as well as vouchers or receipts for all expenditures covering samejperiod and must bo sworn to by the officer making tho same. There is a penalty, fine, of not less than $25, nor more than $100. for a failure to comply with tlie law as set out in hood? , That Clay Maupin, O. C. McWillams, and G. W. Teasdalc come up to the Station occasionally? That little Jimtnie Brown has started a iifW fashion by taking a girl to church and making iier walk home ? The ' Jumbo"' Harris is going to give hia Republican opponent particular h in his race for Magistrate this fall ? Furniture and Undertakers. OO iilH R. TEACHERS WANTEt . M Over 400,000 vacancies several times as manv mv m members Several plans; two plans give free registration on. Un i.l 10 cents pays for book, containing plans and a $o0u Ou ! .e ....ry ul i i J enipioyera for recommending teachers. SOUTHERN TEACHEJts I Rrv D. O M BCREIC. SITT '1 TE vi Kl . . S.W Cor. Main & Sts .Louisvillc.Ky i nisnniiH'WE 1 UvArlnrn -' V'rtitn TiaiciM ClioiK oifcr, Smtlfri riaiws Iwtii! &cOh rbttr n W-7& XKWBY. The rain is damaging the oat crop in this locality. There was a hai! and wiud storm in this section ljst Friday, doing considera jly21-2- m Kentucky Statutes. PAIRS OF MEN'S il I? i. 1 H H W 5 24kjQly qtv 83.00 3.50 4.00 A - in the future. The vicinity will lose a good citizen. to Richmond people of this : ft Tan and Oxblood, Coin Razor and Bulldog Toes, Lace and Congress, PANOLA. Misses Olive and Mollie Broaddus have been on the sick list. Rev. J. G. Parsons of Irvine, preached Former Prices Now Go At $2.09 A Pair At i V 4 here Saturday and Sunday. School opened here Monday morning with Mr. Sandling as teacher. Mrs. Will Woolery has been dangerously sick, but is improving now. 13. F. Sharp shipped a car load ol sheep anil hogs last week with more to follow. V 11 I u s Frppr&iffrs PrnQ Phone, No. 21. JsSg:tgsJMZj-z;:sSB'Eag2srgr- u I i Elliott, president of d College, preached at Speedwel' Sundav. Elder M. May-fiel- First Si T V M 5 Kirksville , Democratic Commiliec For Primary. Call al a, IK 'n??jri2sva MxP&terfVZn um r-n- r BrowercoHFrazee, - world-wid- Win. White shipped a car load of purpose. 2nd. That for the hogs to Cincinnati Wednesday. At a meeting of the Democratic Committee nt Richmond, Ky., held rible circumstance attending it are on tho 5th day of July, 1837, the foltaken into consideration. The lowing resolutions were adopted: 1st-- It is ordered that a Demofamily havo unbounded cratic primary election be held at the sympathy." various voting precincts in Kirks-vill- o Magisterial District on the 7th day of August, 1807, to select DemoCORRESPONDENCE. cratic candidates for Magistrate and Constable, nnd the polls shall be open from 7 a m. to 4 p. m. in Kirks-vill- a WHITES STATI OK. voting precincts for the aforesaid en New ,8e( ' BCV eee.a - Pmrtmershipo o 9 3 Midsummer Clearance Saleh july-7-l- m List of Letters. The usual crowd from this section spent last Sunday at Slate Lick. Mr II. J. Twigg has hail hia residence beautified with a fresh coat of paint. Gould Dunn was out in tho mountains on business several days last we?k. Mrs. I. A. Alleu has been on the sick Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's - 1 kiting M Firtss. CREAM LOCAL,, BROWER, SCOTT FRAZEE, 33-3- fife ; Miss-Dorca- s IliilliiiSli T ! J rif ij- ' tk'T , ez...- - - . zs- -. j&3 'c.; .j. i SHBDHHHjBSHnOMSBiaMBnHnHHHH9Bflm . v. t P - r V -- r H i" v. w, r'.u ' - --- . ' v. Gth. That the Chairman of this committee give pnblic notice of this election by posting--a copy jf this order at each ol the three voting places in Kirksvilje and shall publish acapy of this order in every ifsuo ol the Richmond Cumax from MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crane Cream of T.iriariPJ,Lw IpJL date of adoption to lime of sid primary election jfrom AjbrnemarAlum br.any otfier'adalteract " .. ' J. X, fou . .v II mmm - BAKING purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting said primary election, the candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or beforo the 20th day of July, 1SU7, pay to tho chairman of this committee tho following sums: Candidates for Magistrate and Constable, $10 each. 3rd. That said primary election shall be conducted by officers to be hereafter named by this committee. 4th. That the Chairman and Secretary of this committee are hereby to provide the Fair, appointed a committee araugements ballots nnd make all for holding said' election. 6th. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats, and who will support tho nominees of this primary election, and all young men now, under the uge of twentv-nnwan who will nttnin their majority on or before tho next general election, in November, 187, and who declare tiieir purpose and Intention to affiliate wjth tho Democratic pnrtv, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election. -- The firm of Shackelford & Gentry lias ill dissolved, and Mr. D. B. Shackelford take Ills customers into partnership with him dividing the profits with them !y selling goods cheaper than ever beforv. They will do business under tlie firm name of D. B. Shacke lluiu SCo., a "i -- ia r n and see the best line of Cultivators, Double ShoVels and Extra Shovels, Refrigerators, Wa(er Coolers and Ice Boxes, Deering Binders, Mowers and Harvester Twine, Fiy -- And will be glad to have their friends call i Windows, Preserving Kettles, Fruit Jars and Cans, in fact the cheapest, best and Iargjjst assorted line of Builders Hardware, Agricultural Implements and Stoves in the Cityu Call and see for yourselves. ' Traps, Fly Fans and Screen Doors and jn'lnl'ni.'...". ' :i -...-'t-.,.' fi " - Vt ft " ', - - t - v Z2 t , J.JrrAwa;Seiy. '- v. . . ' - - ? . li . r , - " jssfj.. . Jl a b.'.SFAiUjMsaffiBSM&.L'Mfturer . . II .USSE.-- . t ' " . 9HHHHhBH9.HH -- itoaiBiMiaraMiQaiag '. i. Nr . 6. - .WV. - -- v ' , . i- tt. rfSttsSaEEMa IJiP L ID. B. Shackelford, , -" Successor to S. & G. .. -- i ;.,:? wir llli'MI lj!a'g-ap- g - J --- . r iw jr'oa-ff- ... j - , SBm&SSmMBSabBfS?J3BtiM&imit3 ia - , itm .&dflil m Black gilt, white face, bob tail, and W. S. Young, .formerly postmaster swallow tork in left ear, weight 130 lbs. at Berea, this county, was tried before If not called for by July 31 Fame will be United States Commissioner Card well, 1S97 WEDNESDAY. JULY 28, sold at 11 o'clockat Duncan &Chcnault's at Winchester,yest2rday for embezzlelivery stable, to highest bidder. ment while postmaster at Brea and Mules wanted. See notice. held under S500 bond to answer in the To the People. Star tin cans 36c per dozen atGus I am a candidate for the office of Uuited States Court, says a dispatch Margolen's. County Attorney of "Madison. If elect- in Saturday's Louisville Tost. Tho Bicycle races and tomor- ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall accused admitted a shortage of $000, be, "equal and exact justice to all peo- which occurcd, he claims, during his row at the fair abbonce from the postofllco, while to Large bananas 10 cents n dozen ple;my the rich and poor alike." It shall nursing a sick wife. The evidence be constant endeavor to secure a pruat Gus Margolen's. dent and economical administration of showed that as soon as tho shortage The corn crop has been damaged the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus was discovered Young notified his considerably by chinch bugs. reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I bondsmen and resigned, at the same them safe. solicit your aid. Grant E. Liilv. time making Democrat, very popular Mrs. Williamson's 6elect school Young is a will open in September. See notice. Low Prices For Blackberries. and extensively related. Ho was The blackberry crop is large, but taken to tho Louisville jail. Friends Prof. Rice Miller is the new principal of the Hardin Collegiate Institute it is not as influential as in days here believe that on account of his past, says the Nicholasville Demo- family misfortunes, his wife and child Forty people were killed and sixty in crat. The picker now is only getting botli having died recently, leniency jnred in a railroad wreck in Denmark. 3j cents a gallon. He gets 15 cents will bo extended him. The Fair was well attended, the for three gallons, but he has to pay Mr Young was seen by an Evening how ai line, and everybody will tho land owner in many places go hack of this amount for tho privilege Post representative in jail at LouisErwin W. Norris has been ap- of stripping the thorny vines. Then ville. He is charged with embezzling pointed postmaster at Ieaf, a new there is tho pestiferous pertinacious $574.03 from the Berea postofllce. His little comical cuss of a chegre to set- - easo is an extremely pathetic one, ulllce in Garrard countv. his wife and child having died lately itle with. If you need groceries, get prices within five weeks of each other. Threshing Wheat At Night. from the new, cheap cash grocery, Young claims that when his wife was No little of Madison's enormous first taken eick he left the Cius Margolrii, proprietor. postofllce wheat crop was threshed this year in the charge of L. A. Davis, a young Fire Saturday evening destroyed after sunset. The thresher whistles three tenements in the Kast end be- resounded long after the customary man of Berea, and that Davis allowed any one who so desired to go behind longing to Powell & Himley. "bed time," a condition brought the counter and look over the mail. The Pantograph is throwing about by the exceedingly hot days Young claims in this way tho money at itself under the nom de earlier in the season. The Columbia disappeared. When he (Young) dis(Mo.) Herald saye:" plumes Municipal and Low Tax. covered the shortage, he says In went Tho intense heat of last week to his bondsmen, E. T. Fish and G. W. Mr. "Walker Covington's friend proved fatal to many horses and will regret to learn of his illness. He mules. Many farmers who were be- Bogie, and had them draw up his resis down with typhoid fever at Waco hind with their work took advantage ignation which he signed. He then deeded over to them land valued at On account of O. R. C. outing at the of the moonlight and plowed at night, $520, located in Laurel county. If the Lagoon, the L. &H. will sell round allowing their teams to stay in the land is sold for $520, this leaves trip tickets to Cincinnati on July 31 shade by day. Young's indebtedness, $54.03. He is good returning August 1. at Arrested on Suspicion. iell connected. Col. John Grundy and Messrs. Joe On last Monday James Selkirk was Severance and Howard Cleland are arrested in this county and lodged in here from Lebanon" chaperoning the jail for cattle stealing. Curtis Coyle, great trotters, Rusell 2:27, Charley son of T. J. Coyle, was arrested and Anderson 2:22, and Calisaya 2:27J. is now in the Winchester jail, suppos- Stimulate the stomach, rouse the liver cure biliousI). Roberts, general State ed to be a party to the same theft. ness, LeaiUclie. dizziness, Mr. W. sour stomacli, conUIiintion. Selasent of the Mutual Benefit Insurance Several parties bought cattle from etc l'rlcc IS cents. Sol.l by all lruKsit. C'.. of Newark, N. J., is in the city kirk in this county last Saturday, and The onlj Tills to Uko with lluocl's Sanapartlla. MMtmg Mr C. E. "Woods. Mr. Dan a man riding a spotted horse appeared J. S. Orndorff, brakeman, killed at l'.rick is local agent for this excellent to be an advance guard of the drove Lily by water tank spout. of cattle which Selkirk had in charge. company. Chiluren-aiSelkirk said he did not know the man more susceptible to cold If vni want to Ihj astonished call as but he afterwards turned over the than grown folks and their constitutions we dnl on S. MidkitFaud cxairiine his hue f barouches, phaetons, buggies and stock not disposed of to the man in will not permit of quinine or oilier radimad wagons and get his prices for same. advance. This created a suspicion cal treatment. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar HonToe pooled can afford to ride in a vehicle that all was not right, and some of ey is not only absolutely harmhss but is at Ion prices. tf the purchasers followed him to Win- pleasant to the taste and never fails to Mr. Win. MeCord, living two miles chester and there learned that the cure or stop a cold. ft this side of Boonesboro, informs the man on the spotted horse was Curtis Lively times in Pittsburg coal min( Iiinax tliat the stray filly advertised Coyle, well known to Selkirk, and ing district this week. l. Wade Farthing, of Panola, is in this led to the arrest of both parlies. "Have tried others, but like Ayer's In and has been on his Covington. best" is the statement made over and premises for three weeks. Our well known fellow citizen, R. over again by thoe who testify to the Man wants but little here below, C. II. Covington, whose father, the benefit deried from the use of Ayer's lint he wants that which is not. late R. C. II Covington, was a lieu- Sarsaparilla. Disease never had a greatHe's never sat:gfied, you know. tenant in Capt. Tom Collins' compa- er enemy than this powerful If it's cool, until it's hot, fier. It makes the weak strung. ny. C. S. A., has just been appointed It . I'.ut then he shows himself a lool Inspector-Generon the staff of Three fine torpedo boats to bo built For when it's hot he wants it cool. Lieut.-GeR. C. Norfleet, command, here for a South American Govern(). II. Brewer, Madison county, ing the Army of Northern Virginia ment. passed through Nicholasville yester-ya- y department Sons Confederate VeterEcke(ti'i Charles J. Booth; Olive en route home from Mercer coun- ans, which includes Virginia, Marywood, Cal., says: ''I have used Ayer's tv. Mr. Brewer, who has always been land. North and South Carolina and Pills in my family for several years, and a Republican, is now a strong Demo- Kentucky. This 15 a high but dealways found them most crat and "talks out in meetin'." Jes- served compliment. Mr. Covington have relief of ailments arising effectuala from is a member of the John H. Morgan in the samine Journal. disordered stomach, torpid liver, and Camp No. 25, located here, which is Don't forget the $25 premium the first camp organized in Kentucky. constipated bowels. It given by John Donelson for the best Four hundred persons sailed from Ho was a delegate to the late encamphorse, mare or gelding to be driven to ment at Nashville, and will bo on Port Townsend, Wash , to Klondyke. one of his buggies. If you happen not hand at Atlanta next year. General ITervcus Scrofula to own a Donelson buggy, you can Eheuaatisa. Norfleet could not have selected a pet one at ally of tho livery stables in "My daughter has been afilicted with more gallant, soldierly gentleman for Richmond. scrofula and rheumatism and she was this lofty position. to-d- ay one-third to-daho-qtii'- t.s 40, e The Richmond Climax. Straysd. Berea's in Trouble. Physical strength and energy contribWe have opened the Boston Great ute to strength of character, and both Bargain Store with a full line of ladies may be had by taking Hood's Sarsapar-ill- and gents furnishing goods, fashionable clothing, hoofs, shoes, hats, caps, musiit cal instruments, etc. Everything at the Capt. Pool, merchant at Gracey, lowest prices. Will also makesnecial iprices for the next GO days, every day fatnlly stabbed Ed. Ramer. from 10 a. m until 2 p. in., Saturday's from 10 p. m. Call If the care of the hair were made 0 and looka.atm. rnitil Respt. Yours,ou me goods. part of a lady's education, we should not A. DOBROWSKY, Prop., see so many gray heads, and the nee of 21 First St., Richmond, Ky. Hall's Hair Renewer would be unnecesa. 1) je2-2m ffts THE MID-SUMM- ER CLEARANCE SALE .AT THE - It J. II. Morso, tho well known Marion Big fire at Kaukauna, "Wis., caused merthant, has invented a clothing $240,000 loss. cabinot. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascarct, Everybody Says So. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c sary. fe t 1? gllllfe any may 5 lyr A woman who saw Napoleon march through Prussia died in Jersey City. "Wondorfal ! Marvelous I are expressions frequently heard about cures effected by Foley's Kidney Cure. Japan has made another protest Do not fail to try this great remedy for against tho annexation of Hawaii. 1 Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discoverv of the age, !eas-aand refreshing to the taste, act pently end positively on kiilucys, liver and bowels, cleansing Hie entire system, dispel colds, tuie iittiuiiciiu, icver, nauiuiai consupauon and biliousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. C 0, il .10 ccnti. Hold and guaranteed to cure by alt druggists. nt Busy Bee Cash Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897. Stores bein-name- I! Tetter, s nnd Eczema, The iiV .isc itching and smarting inciing miners at McGovern. dent to tneso diseases is instantly allayed uy applying Chamberlain's Eye and Eoa't Stop Hira I Vin Oi.itment. Many very bad ?ases He has a bad attack of colic and is make been permanently cured by it. It ing for 's drug store after a bottle of , equally efficient for itching piles and favorite remedy for sore nipples; Foley's, Colic Cure. 25c. and 50o. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites jnly-- 7 lm and chronic eore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Ilanna's manager says outlook for Br. Caily's Condition are settlement of the coal strike is dis- mst what a horse needs Powders, bad when in couraging. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but" "WTien Ton T&Wzo Yoar Vacation medicino and the best in usa to put a the most necessary article to have with horse in prime condition. Price 25 you (after your pocket book) is a bottle 3ents per package of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute Considerable damage done by storm prevention or cure of all derailments of at Vanceburg this week. the bowels caused by a change of water. m u kilnev trouble. One hundred lecruits joined campjuly-7-li- X nS You are likely to need it. AVilliam Connell, july-7-l- m a Louisville man escaped from Michigan City pen. Just try a 10V. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever made. inayl ly Wheat crop in Woodford amounts to about 700.000 bushels. Quick Relief For Asthma. Foley's Honey and Tar is guaranteed to give prompt relief in all cases of Asthma Dj not clasi this with other medicines that have failed to give relief. Give it a trial. Deboe has made a killing in getting pensions for Kentuckians. july-7-lm He-so- UBLiC SALE! IS the executor of the last will of Wm. R. rt Boggs, dee'd., aud by virture of the power and authority therein conferred upon me, I will on As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and down to the smallest notion we carrj, that has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife. Prices have been cut so deep .on some lines of goods that former prices are entirely be3'qnd recognition. Never in the history of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the opporstylish, seasonable goods at prices that are tunity oil'ered them, to buy real first-clas- s on them in this Great Clearance Sale. One Lot of Beautiful "Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at Gic, 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 forme- price 15c per yd. will be closed at 7iCy. about COO yds. in the Lot. One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red ground .vith polkadot effects, will be closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth ISc. One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be closed at 12ic a yd., these goods were sold at 19c a 3d. - I: ' Sps t .IIKisSiaBS if . My, 10:30 togasl H, 183? J 1 ns "Why Chamtorlain's Colic, o'clock, a. m., at the residence of said Wm. U. Doggs, dee'd., near Richmond, Ky , sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder the following personal and real property.to-wit- : One joke of fine oxen; two extra fine yearling cattle; one milch cow; two calves; three head of horses; fivesows and seventeen shoats; some farming implements; one half interest in a field of about 27 acres of growing corn; some bacon; and one new invalid chair. at about All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock. We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fane- - Calicoes, Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and everything in the domestic department at very Low Cut Prices. Buy what jou need of these while they are cheap, they will soon be worth more money. We have quite a lot of remenants cf Brussels and All-woTngrain Carpets that we will close in this sale at a great loss to us. The' run from two to nineteen rards in a piece, and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once before they are gone. ol Inspector-Gener- al al n. John' Pox n lso n And still the wheels are moving How Will Moberley Missed Being Millionaire. at IKmelson's, as the following list of sale since last report will show: Mrs The great Alaskan gold discovery hae on hand." J. A. Ei i.iott, Sandy Health depends upon pure and impoverHudson, phaeton, A. C. Williams, has attracted attention throughout ished diseases of various kinds are almost road wagon. Judge Jas. R. Burnnm tho civilized world and thousands of Springs, Tennessee. certain to result. The one true blood road wagon, Dan A. Cornelison road fortune hunters are hastening to the w.igon, "W. 11. Tudor road wagon, Dr. B. F. Million buggy, Terry Hagin buggy, aud Mrs. Terrill a surrey. Burglar en High .Sheet. estate and which is now occupied by Joseph B and cholera moibiis. Cornelifcon, and which adjoins the land of Jno. 2. Because it is the only remedy that D. Harris, J. C Bronston, John Mason and others in Madison county, Ky. never fails 111 the most severe cases of One other tract containing about 117 acres, and known as the James Black place and which dysentery and diarrhoea. adjoins the tract above named. 93 Also one other tract containing Pi. Because it is the only remedy that acres, known as the home place of about R. Wm will cure chronic diarrhoea. Boggs, dee'd , and which adjoins the tract last above. 4. Because it is the only remedy that mentioned two named tracts will be ottered The last separately and then as a whole, and that bid will prevent bilious colic. will be accepted which yields most money to blood-pun5. Because it is the only remedy that decedent's estate. These lands are in a high state of cultivation will cure epidemic d dysentery. and finely timbered, well watered and have good fencing .hereon A comfortable dwelling 0. Because it is the only remedy that on each of the three tracts This property w ill be sold without reserve or can always be depended upon in cases limit at tne time and place mentioned; and of cholera infantum. possession for seedintr privileges will be given 7. Because it is the most prompt and in the fall of 1897, and full possession on January 1, 1838. uioet. reliable medicine in use for bowel TERMS The personal property will te sold complaints. forcash for all sums under ten dollars, and for all sums in excess of that amount a credit will S. Because it produces no bad results. be given until January 1, 1S&8, but negotiable notes 0. Because it is pleasant and safe to quiredwith approved surety thereon will be refrom the purchasers. The real estate will be sold on the following take. terms, 10. Because it has saved the lives of One third payable January 1, 1838, and the in more people than any other medicine in remainder due and payable in one and two years 'from January 1, 1898, equal installments, with interest'at the rate of six per cent, the world. per annum thereon from January 1, 1898, nntil The 25 and 50c sizes for sale by W. G. paid. On January 1, 1898, the lands sold will be july-7-lWhite Riclurond, Ky. conveyed by deed when the purchaser will be required to execute negotiable notes for the U. C. McClure, of Louisa, gets a 0 deferred payments, and a lien will be retained in the deed to secure the payment of same. government job. The purchaser may, however, pay all or such part of tho purchase price in excess of the one very nervous. We concluded to buy a ALL THE PEOPLE third required to be paid on January 1, 1S0S, as bottle of Hood's Sjrsapariila. After she he mar elect to do Should keep themselves healthy and es This" July 21, 1897 W L CRUTCHER, was cuied of all her troubles, and since jlj"2S-4Executor. always kept Hood's Sarsa-parill- a pecial care should he given to this time. then v.c t: m $2,-20w Cholera And Diarrheas Remedy Also the Following Tracts of is Tne E:st. : Lands, it 1. 3ecanse it affords almost instant One tract containing about 215 acres, formerrelief in case of pain in the stomach, colic ly constituting a part of the Alex Tribble to-W- w& All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this Nothing reserved, we have deckled 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 close. Everything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut almost half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for Baby Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc. Nice Cassirnere Suits for men, Avell made, to be closed at $2.95, worth $0.00. Nice Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price S1.9S. Men's Jeans Pants, Bo''. Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap. You all know that we cany nothing but first-clas- s goods in every department and you also know that when we advertise a Clearance Salts, we mean what we say. When we tell you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be sufficient. Come and look through this Great Bargain Mart and we will save y.u .M.me money and at the same time you will buy a great man v useful things at unheard" of LOW sale, yc vViB V v All-wo- ol It M PRICES. Respectfully, -- -- W. D. OLDHAM & COMPAN R yfcP8s0iy. "- rsfoc5;i o gfer Jr ?fMV& vww&vx 3 U33 H a: $&'rt'i. ft lit NO KITCHEN White STRENG'S Kc3 A MAT RJlin -- QllftfMlTD S rx y , imi ii; mx2.A 1 Is now'&' Our New Departure meeting with the approval of a generous public. Same TT 1 6t ttil Ju? Last Sunday morning about four 'e o'clock a burglar entered the resi-den.- of Mr. Alfred Douglas on High stie-t- . glar, aud thinking it one of her sons, rose up id bed, at which the burglar became frightened and sprang out ot a window, first securing Mr. Douglas' pants. The pants were left in the yard, but his pocketbook, containing about $2, was missing. The humanity of the masculine persuasion should cease to call the weather hard names, and endeavor to learn if there is not a remedy within reach for the betterment of con ditionsthe cooling influences of our negligee shirts, straw hals and tan shoes, worn with our cool wool suits will just fix j ou to enjoy yourself. Covington & Mitchell. Judge Tipton Steps Down. Mr. Douglas heard the bur- Kloddyke gold fields, with expectations of becoming immensely rich. Attorney W. S. Moberley tells how he missed the chance of his life to be a pioneer in this yellow metal country. A year ago. in company with Mr. John Taylor, of this city, he started west, and landed at Seattle. Here they met a party bound for the then comparathely unknown "40 Mile Cieek" gold region in Alaska. As they had about decided to make the journey, a young man returned from tliat region with stories of such horrible suffering from cold and privation that the party abandoned the trip. Mr. Moberley returned home and resumed the practice of law and consoles himself with the reflection that a good practice in the Blue Grass beats a frozen millionaire so far from Foxtown. They Say Hold Your Wheat. As Judge Tipton's na'mo was missing from the editorial heading of yesterday's Register, we assume that the report circulated that ho resigned to accept a position under Collector Yer-keis true. He gave up a position as gauger last fall to edit the Register, and his resignation now leaves the paper in charge of Messrs. Miller and Davis, who are competent to keep it up to its high standard. s, Extra value for the price is the most magnetic to secure quick sales. Of course there are a few "bargain who look only to the price, hut ( r euced buyers understand that it is quality aud style that give values to men's and boys clothing. That is what Me claim we ohow you, the best quality for the pi ice, to be had. Covington & hun-luro' ex-1- Mitchell. Jessie Mae Hall At Opera House. Jessie Mae Hall, supported by her own great company, presented "Little Miss Weatherford" at "White & Busli opera house Monday night to a large ami appreciative audience. It was a unanimous verdict of all who mo'o so fortunate as to be present that the performance was tho best ever given in Richmond. Each character was well represented ; but Mr. Mr. Louis F. Morrison as'Sir Blakeley Beresford, a nobleman, deserves 6,eclal mention. The music furnished by Prof. Eisdnhut is grand, nnd tonight ho will introduce his great electric bell specialty. A change of program will be made nightly. At tho Lexington mass convention of frrmers for the purpose of adopt ing means of protection against low prices for their wheat, representatives from Fayette, Scott. Woodford. Bourbon and Jessamine counties w?re present. Addresses on the subject were made by Col. Tobias Gibson, of Woodford; II. W. Alexander, of Bourbon, and others, after which the following resolution was adopted: Resolved, that the farmers of counties of the Stale he recommended to form fanners' associations at their county seats with a view of ultimately forming a state organization to which the county organizations are to be subordinate An interesting letter from J. C. Flynn. of Chicago, the "Production and Price of Wheat," was read. He urged tliat the farmers hold their wheat for better prices. Tho fact was cited that wheat has gone from fiO to C2 cents within tho past few days and the farmers were assured that if they take tho proper means to protect themselves, the price will continue to rise. Excursion lo Ashevllle, H. C. Heed's Tills are purely vegetable and purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla- By its do not purge, pain or gripe All drug- power to purify and vitalize the blood it gists. It has proved itself to be the safeguard of health, and the record of lemarkable Starvation is starinj Jidlico miners enrps effected proves that it has in tne face. over disease. ItTlctually and It's about as hard to break some peo- permanently cures when all other s ple of had habits as it is to break Malarfail to do any good whatever. ial Tever when it once gets a firm hold u upon one. Mr. C. Ilimrod, of Lancaster, A court of inquiry has reported Ohio., says, "Simmons Liver Regulator of Capt. Noel broke a case of Malar al Fever of three against years, standing for me, and less than one Gaines, ol the Frankfort company. bottle did the business. I shall use it "Last summer one of our when in need of any medicine, and I was sick with a severe bowel troubeccoiiiiiieiid it." n le," says Mrs. E O. Gregory, of Mo. "Our doctor's remedy had A Pennsylvania man beat his wife fatally and attempted to kill a man failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which who interfered. gave very speedy relief." For salo by W. What the Shakers of Mount Lebanon G. White Richmond, Ky. know more about than anybody else, is Several railroad clerks at Chattanof herlu and how to be healthy. the usa They have studied the power of food. ooga have resigned. their positions to go to the Klondyke gold fields. They nearly all live to a ripe old age. The Shaker Digestive Cordial is preMrs. Williamson will reopen her pared by the Shakers from herbs aud Select Primary School at her home on plants with a special tonic power over Seventh st. the first Monday in Septemthe stomach ber. Your patronage is solicited. It helps the stomach digest its food, tf and digested food is the strength-makeThe Pope is said to bo directing speStrong mescles, strong body, strong brain, all come from propcrlv digeted cial attention to the question of international arbitration. food. sick stomach can be cured and digesA Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and tion made easy by Shaker Digestive Cor- bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. wonder-fuLpowcr SHOULD BE WITHOUT A CABIiNBT IT COMBINES iiiiS uihson 'S lvlril1 ILW - ou. is, CASH in every instance. price to every one ami picpa-ration- july-7-li- CLEANLINESS, ECONOMY, AND 'BEAUTY. WITH IT NOTICE the rare bargains we are ofTeiiii; for csurt-marti- al grand-childre- n Freder-icketow- THERE IS VERMIN. DUST. DAMPNESS. MUST. INSECTS. MILDEW. In Ladies Fine Good0 II IVLen oys... Suits & ir1ftlSi july-7-l- m IT SAVES TIME, Saves Health, Saves Sweeping, Saves Saves Saves Saves Evaporation, Scrubbing, Waste of Material, Thousands of Steps. Haves Stooping, A suit that suits is worth having. Tlieic'sso much instririsic worth of ready-mad- e clothing that one is indeed fortunate to light on n 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. :4.0O, $5.00, 50 00,57.50. Genuine Bargains places. Can't be duplicated for twice the money other at $3.50, ft parvejt of Stray june-30-- r. It is a beautiful piece of furniture and an ornament to any kitchen. While compact and out of tho way, it is immediately at hand, and needed in every household three times a day for 365 days in each year. Sample Cabinet on exhibition at Crow's Stationery Store, opp. Hotel Glyndon. .. . The East Is Our Market. ill r Mffl. "rU-m.- ) '. myim-- .riMi -' " lMa?i' rS- $1-7- In a city is queer. But we're cutting Staw Hats and the harvest is here n Harvest of Bargains in all sizes, shapes and descriptions of Hats. m ii as Soes In Every StyleQ. At one price to all alike. dial. 10c. mavl-l- y The Southern Railway has decided to offer an opportunity to everybody to visit A8hevileinthe"Land of the Sky," the beautiful and picturesque mountain region pi western North Carolina. On Saturday, August 7, round trip excursion tickets will be sold from Louisville for S6, tickets good returning ten days. This is the Jowest rate ever mido to Asheville, which is the world renowned "all the year round" resort for health and pleasure. If you desire to visit the most beautiful mountain region in America, including a daylight ride along the famous There is an old proverb to the effect French Broad River, Asheville with its that every time yon hare a button sewed beautiful hotels, and handsome residenon the clothes 3cu aro wearing the ces and the many points of interest in sewer sews on trouble. Whether this is that picturesque region, do not fail to true or not, it certainly takes trouble to join this excursion. Every arrangement hew up rips and sew on buttons. Good will be first class, including through parwork won't rip buttons well sewed on lor day coaches, Pullman palace sleeping wou't come off Onr line of all wool cars and last schedules. For books on pants with there" buttons and the tripto the 'Land of tho Sky," and guaranteed not to rip, which means a other information, call on or address. new pair if they rip, all for a very low City Ticket bfiice Southern Railway, price. Why not buy the best ? Cov- j 210 Fourth avenue, Louisville, Ky. ington & Mitchell. Wm. H. Tayloe, A. G.P. A, -- It cures the nausea, less of appetiie, Sorrel, the daring Alpine climber, pain in the stomach, headache, giddiness, was killed by a fall while ascending weakness and" all the other symptoms of Mt.Taillefer.. indigestion, certainly and permanently. Excursion to Ki;h Bridge. Sold by druggists Trial bottle 10 cents. The Southern railway is the great camp It A haltmillion in gold was shipped meeting line, and for .the meeting at High Bridge, Ky., beginning July 25 from the to Eur6pe. and running unlil August 1, Mr Win. A card on the outside of office door H. Tayloe, A.Q. P. A., has arranged says: "Gone to lunch. Be hack in ten special excursion trains from Louisville minutes." And, the man will Le there intermediate' points to Higli Bridge on time. That is. for some days, weeks and and return on Sunday, July 25 and Auor mouths, lie will. Then lie will be at gust 1. Trains leave Louisville at 9:00 home occasionally for a day. He'll tell a. in., returning leave bridge 6:30 p. 111. you he hud a headache a turn of cholera The rate for round trip will be $1.50 from morbus, or maybe he'll say he had a Louisville, with correspondingly low rate lump in hi& btomach and felt too misera- intermediate points, aud as Rev. B. Fay abie to move. The lump was probably Mills will preach on Sunday, July 25, two or three lunches conden- and Rev. T. DeWitt Tahnage on Sunsed. day, August 1, a large crowd will doubtThe man who 'bolts" his lunches will less attend. See nearest ticket agent of find Dr. Pierce's Tleasant Pellets the Southern railway forfurtherinfonnation. best friend he ever met. jul21-There is no case of billiousness, constiMr. and Mrs. Gladstone celebrated pation, indigestion, 'heart-burn,- " orany of the rest of the night-mar- e breeding the 58th anniversary of thoir wedbrood, that these litttls ' Pellets" willnot ding. cure. They enre permanently. Send 21 Yon may hunt the world over and you I cents id one-ce- nt stamps to World's Dis will not find another medicine equal to pensary Medical Association, Buffalo. N. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and. DiarY., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1098 page rhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. It "Common Sense Medical Adviser," pro- is pleasant, safe nnd reliable. For sale fusely illustrated. it by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. sub-treasu- ry ten-miu- ute 4t r J boys with horses preferred. Big money. AGENT S "V ANTE D Country &3 m?Jf P-j- and buggies C.Q. JIy2l-6w FORD, Gen'l. Agent, Richmond, Ky. Mules Waited! M wen s wnrkiiiff One or both of us will be in Richmond on August County-Courday to buy mules. "Want them from 3 to old, well broke. t rants m " There aro shoe stores which keep one or two of the shoes we have, but there are none that keeps the variety in foot wear wuicii in.iKes our eMHimsiiuieut wie i.U all who aro looking for fit and excellence or quality and workmecca for and $i Shoes 25 that other shots stores manship. Gee our SI 25, $1.50, cent, mora money are.isking25 per for. 5 O iilftlildi 9h btHgd.ig UpCMTQ " mI What's Your Need ? A choice, Powell & Harper, Dealers In Mules, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, ly21-J- w Hustonville, Ky. The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. Men's or nothing said the collar to the cuff. ' ' ' 'Well, I'll be close to hand," replied thecuB.", and "I'll take the .neck peo- 12m Iota Is lasers! X will be at tne following places, on the dates given,-fothe purpose of collecting taxes for 1897. B sure and. be on hand : r Look at tliese Prices:worth $8.00 Suits for $2.50 Mven's Suits for 3.0Q worth 9.00 so they were satisfied. That5 s the way with our customers, no matter what their "fancy-madictate, we please them.. Underwear. Hosiery, - Jsfeck-weand Shirts of eveiy description and at prices that can't be reached by others. y The Treasury Department decided bor. july-7-l- m that now tariff law went into eflect Strikers in the Jollico district Bay n laafter midnight, Friday, July 23. they will not tolerate non-unio- White Hall, Wednesday, Aucust4thr , August 4th;- ' Union Waco, Ttftiraday, August 5th Kingston, Friday, August 6th. Valley View, Thursday,. August 5th. . KJrxsviue, caiuraay, August .m. Berea, Saturday. August 7th lj21-3J 1 1: SIMUONS, Sheriff. sr Boy's Knee'Panii Suits 49 bents. Men's Shoes:80 tients. Ladies Shoes 80 cents. A Beautiful- - Linet of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. Good Brown'Cotton 3 cents a rard. Duck Suitings 9jf2ents a yard up. 0W Ladies' Sailors? irom 5 cents to $1. Brussel Carpets Ifrom 50 cents to $1 a a,rd. Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. ar Attention, OH Solliers I The manufactures havo instructed to givit a bottle of 25c. sise of Foley's free to the first soldier of tho civil was that applies for same. It is the great remedy Jor Chronic Diarrhoea, Cramp Colic ai.d all Bowel complaints. ' 3uIy-7-lJ Col-ic'Cn- re m 1 Don't Tobacco Belt Rad Smoke Year tlTo Away. Dissolution Notice. Bargains Now ! Bargains Forever! i I. For Good Values at Low Prices See i II yoa want to. quit tobacco usinir easily Tli nfirtnprlifr, liprptnfflrfliTitJcr" hlnrnnn aud forever, be mnae well, stroutr, smgm&ic, LM. C. Atfcnckle and Cyrus Douglas, under the full ot new Jifo aud vigoiv'tako-'rJe-To-Boc- , wonder-worke- r, tho tuat jnakes weak men strong-- Mauy Rain tea pounds in ten days. Boots. Shoes nnd Gents' Furnishing Goods, uvor iiiu.iwu curea; jbiiyuKo-To-Ba- c 01 your was dissolved by mutual consent July 1, 1687, , All rtroKgist. under piarantco. to cure, 50c. or M. B. Artmckle, jretirlr.ijv miee,'accounts."" due firm must be settled at 1.00. Booklet and sanmlo mailed free. Ad." said M. tl. AHBUUKliB t ' UfAflini, Viunailvf UV.,VlttVKU V, Vast Vail"-- " n f Mitnaarwu. WMWJ M.V. tj . 'THE REM YORK STORE Up Town, Klja& il Son's Old Stand, RicUmOBd.-Ky- . S5N FAfufAi iygffli Ea!IC gwf t Ei BKgUB fi U r- ltTc" VMA f3 . 1 L,r' l:S &3 Ecra 5 IJ ' i I iCpJ Etftt33 A3 vJ M STwt O t IscylV fsi-- b "'A. I i (r -.7 - . .ft A JC U . j & AdrkJ. S - fill XT I f l, IM B. Irr Hi it ,H FT IP Til .. t . Ifihu m " il - T;X "rail tl T"lfc r ?'. ifcliT r!iiV it. i ? .?- - "' '::) 5 - :f. CI :.$- - .. . -- Cfr e v " - r 'j" . l.umM&. -. . i - 'i .... j&T,r.. - ' . - ". i I ? t . - . : . !i 'it tts . ... - . ' - - .,.- i C- 3.- J. - - ... a - - - -- s ' -- 1 .Er- r- "; t"t- - "i"-- ' - . z. r v& a- - f$lT4& -- 11 ri "HSN. .X. It v '' t ? ot & ? .' ' v v: w lv -- ri&' -- t DR. PETER FLU CKri! s r The Richmond Climax. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. FOR MAGISTRATE.' "Vo are authorized to announce MagisJ. R. Henry a candidate for subject trate of Kirksville Precinct, to the action of the Democratic party, en the free turnpike ticket. Hi ife- 1 Cut Glass II I it M. .t a dozen dollars. Deep Cut, cut glass pieces are the kind most admired We have made a deep cut down in the prices of the deep cut, handsome cut glass pieces In our stock that have been admired so long. This is your chance to add to your china closet, and your sideboard some of the finest cut glass ware made. Cast your eyes in our direction. jJewelry was never offered at such low figures. "We give you the chance ..to buy at bullion cost. The manu- facturing and designing must go unpaid for. No limit to bargains, watches are cheap and it will pay you to come in and see. D. P. ARMER, je30-l- y The Main St. Jeweler. has become quite popular but cut prices on cut glass have made our stock of handsome water cruets, salad bowls, sugar bowls, etc., more than popular. If you are intending to send a wedding present shortly, here Is vour chance to pick out just the thing to send and save from one to We Doctor Furniture, 1 matter if the furniture is turned over A Broken Leg is not so serious a to us for repairs. A little gJue and varnish and the table is as good as now. 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. McCormick Bros., JlyT-lm Kelley Block, Richmond, Ky. R. N. i. & B. Time Table No. 29, Pi, Pi. Sun- Taking Effect 1 day, May 2, BAST BOCTD. 1st Class 2d Class. No. 1 No 3 No 9 Bz Sun Ex SunlKi Sun I i Versailles Nicholasrille Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberley. Brahsfield Panola A. M. 10 20 11 00 11 25 11 40 11 58 V M 6 57 7 36 8 00 fi A f. 10 10 11 11 P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 1C 8 IS SO M 55 12 55 20 48 P M. 12 50 1 05 2 00 2 15 3 20 Irvine 30 35 1 05 No. 2 No. i No. S No. 10 west bouxd. Ex SnnEz Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Irvine A. M. P. 2 2 2 2 4 4 M 00 11 17 35 00 15 40 30 P. M. 3 40 4 23 4 40 5 10 5 15 5 40 Panola IlrassSeld Moberley Union Richmond Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles 1 SO 1 55 A. M 6 9 6 6 05 20 31 58 5 00 5 33 5 57 6 48 8 35 4 7 55 A. M. 5 ' AII P M P. M. A. M trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O &T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H. ADAMS. Superintendent. MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY ME A MAN AJAX tjuitkly and murZu restore LwititalUr In old or young snd lit a ms& for study, business or m&rrl&g fPrersnt Ins&nitr and Consntntitinn if ir i time- - Their Baa shows immedlsle imtirova. mem and eCscU a CUliE where all other tall Insist upon hirlnc (he gennlno A)ax Tablets They hare cured thousands and will cure too. Weclreapos-ltlr- s wriUon puarnnUie to effect a core en pTC la sch esse or refund the money. Price 9U V I O, par package, or six pkes (full treatment) for tZSD. Br snail, in plain wrapiir. upon receirt of price Circular y jiXiJVrmw bleeploMness.ailing Mem F in or7,lmtotenc7, etc. cansed by Abase or other Eicomci jd Indiscretions, THy CUKE lkn tm- - AJAX REMEDY CO., TfiTfffab3-l- y - Torsale in Richmond, llerndon. Ky., by Hagan S. The && Cycle Handsomest Lebanon H--, Manufactured. Irice, SC.OO. Corrugated Tubing, x 1-- 4 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue. Every Wheel Warranted. Deal Direct With Us. Manufactured by H. KALBACH & SON, LEBANON, PA. ,....HE mwm '' O O PATS THE... ...T0U PAYFOR: THE FREIGHT. . . . DRINKS. ' j! 0. 5 SEGOMD STKEET. Plwke.No. 3, ,-- . U&HM08D.KY -- SECRET WtDDING. HOUSES WASHED AWAY. CstV Svbarsl C. Hr; Marries Mrs. a Kentnekr (reck F1W itnr-fAttor Mulion UrlhtT Xbm XawsM Slews From All Part ut ttt Trki nmt-ti- .A d sas-- I ThB Influence of tlie nmtlier I TO. LrTtrwoTox. Ky., July 31 Col. RichOommonweeUtlL. Lnxixoro.v, Kv., July M0. ntm-v- " fh rmirse of un&nc-iiE. trousfloo-1- , caused by a waterspout, t rdc- Waa. aged 60 years, and Mm CHANGED HANDS. occurred in upper Mtoner creek Sunday - righ, aged ) years, A1! Kentucky Aoelatln Conren JCow OwoM sight. I.I10 water rose so rapidly " were married here Wednea lay after "" Of tT by Qeo. K. LncstwouO. of St. Lonts. noon at the homo of the bride on Mill that people bnroly escaped with their confines' JJternlty. Lkxixotox, Ky., July 28. The his- liveis and had tuc i With What Care,v t&CT5aTC street, JIe. J. f. Lewis, of Christ's couic at a lute toric Kentaclry Association race conrs perfcruTing the ceremony. It hour. Instead oj 7 o'clock, great ltaa should theJDxpeCtailt HflhrT fee clm-chas passed out of the hands of the of life would have resulted. As it wat was the latent ion of the couple to keep nnrl tio-o! to B breeders and turf men of the Uluegraaa. m. number of houses were washed their wedd.sig 'tttcret, but the facts off dancer and the course is bow ovrned by Oca away and considerable damage wat fort te leaked out immediately. Col. Morgan make her life happy. Louts, who repreE. Lockwood, of St. dona to the Lexington & Kastern-ral- l served with distinction in the late war sent Chas. Green and other gentle- road. At the Junction of that road with his aoted brother, Geo. John II men. The sale of the property somi with the C. & O. the water was 30 feet Morgan, having coium&nd of a regidays ftffo at S23, J50 to Mr. Green wai deep In some places. The stream was ment la his brother's brlgadeL He confirmed by Judge Parker Thurs nearly a mile wide. fortune in the hemp manufacAllays made aHe was one of the chief benefiday, and Mr. Green has transferred The Lexington A Eastern tricks for ture. the property to Loclctvood. A cleai a distance of nearly five miles were ciaries of the late Baroness Fahrae retitle has been given, the bondholder! under water. berg. Mr. Bright, the urlde, was the surrendering the difference between lieves tLe widow of the late William Bright, The lower floor of the station at tho 830,000 borrowed and (23,350 at Fairlie, on tlint road, was knee deep ,Headacise, cahier of the National Exchange bank which Mr. Green purchased t,h in water. The telegraph operator had . .Crascp3 here. Her daughters, Mrs. Clark Kelgrounds at tho sale on July H. Mr. to stand on a table to send messages. logg, of luchuiund, Va, nnd Miss Mary and Hats-seLockwood, who has been here for sevFourteen hundred excursionists from Kellogg, of Cincinnati, were present at a eral days, has returned to St. Xois Cincinnati hud gone up the road to the wedding. preptaking possession of the track Natural bridge. They were delayed so after Friday. The Kentucky a&fociatioD two hours at Long trestle; It was LEFT FCR DEAD the will give the now owners their earnest deemed advisable not to run trains system that h is made D7 the) Slob, lint tne Ilrute IS v'ved and support. over it The excursionists h id to walk easy and the time of recoirery X!sepeI. across the trestle. They did not get shortened many say "stronger M0XTICELI.0, Ky., July 22. The reNOT LONGFELLOW. into Cincinnati until .about 0 o'clock port of what came "near bciualyncb The Identity or the HopklnSTllle Solcldt Tllondny morning. ' after than before confinement." a ing is brought to. this comity Is Still Unknowo. safety to life of botii point over the lino in 'lennessce.from A litThe deluge caused many landslides It insures IIorKixsvixT.E, Ky., July 2C The ha-xLexington Cistern, and tle girl, aged 12 years, daughter of a mystery surrounding the identity oi on thewere delayed from two to four mother and child. All who trains used "Mother's Frien4" say they farmer named Tybee, was returning the stranger who died in this city Friwill never be without it again. home through the woods. She was acday from the effects of a dose of mor- hours. Geo. Ulnnlti? l'er loe!. Ho other remedy robs confine- costed by a Negro, who tried to assault phine still remains unsolved, notwithher, and did mistreat her terribly. She Fbaxkfoht, Ky., July 20. Gov. ment of its pain. standing the efforts made to clear it struggled freo and went home. The up. It was thought Saturday night Bradley Monday made public the parwho Dinning, a aroused and a that he might provo to be John Long- don' of George given seven negro by a "A customer whowwifnnscd 'Mother's Friend, neighbors wereNegro down. Heposse years was soon ran the ssys that If alio had to go through the ordeal fellow, who is wanted in Cincinnati was recently sgain. snd ti.ore were but four bottles to bet for assaulting a child. A description Simpson county jury for the killing ol obUined. nd tlie cokwiw $100X10 pnr bmtlo, ho beaten with sticks and struck with rocks until he fainted awav and was of Longfellow received from that city Jirilic Conn, a member of an alleged would hare them." GKO.LATTOir,Diyton,Ohio. left on the road for dead. He revived by the police here Sunday does away, lvnching ptrty, who surrounded SethrMl!,or:rfpefpHce.iirERBOTTLE. Bf. In ue. The pardon was granted TO "EXrECTANT MOIHrRS" nild fres csaUinlsc and made his escape, however, and has with this belief, as the Cincinnati Saturday night, but was not delivered falsabla Safomutlcm sad ruljnuiy tculmoaUls. not since been sc.-n-. party and the dead man in no manner to Dinning till Monday owing to the The BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Oa. resemble each other. Several other A THUNDERBOLT OLD ST ALL DSUUeSISTS. clews that have been placed in the fact that there wore n trains out of Eddyville on Sunday, and the governor Batters Tree and Fonr Children Killed hands of the police are being followed and Jnjared. up, and It Is thought may result in feared that Dinning might be lynched. He was roleascd from Eddyville pen-HAZEL GltKE.f , Ky., July 22. At the PaNSIUNtKa. solving the question of the dead man'i Itentiary lnte Monday afternoon and James Wilson, Identity. Sevrrl Iteutuckltas K.eelve AisULsmei residence of were away from while he arrived In Louisville Monday night. home a and his wife "r. mTltie !l.rea. ISIne Gran L (Q. ( 4 Wife. Klltel Hi WahhivOton, July wen storm came up. Four children were Versailles, Ky., Juiv 20. A meetHexukrsox, Ky., July 20. Melissa, Issued to the following Kentuckiam playing in the yard near an apple tree, ing will be held in V allies next in which hung some mowing scythes, Thursday to perfect th organization wife of Fred Dirrow, of stanhope, Tuesday: Webster countv. was shot dead wh.le Original David W. Norton, Mayo and lightning struck and killed two of the Bluo Grass league, c mprisin;; sitting on tho front porch of her house ' James Mullin, Altamont; William I of the children and badly burned the baseball clubs of Versa.ilrs, and stunned another. The three were Danville- and NlchoHsville. by Joe Warner, her husband, who left Fox, Paris; Philip Uockinghnmmer .some little distance out from the tree, A schedule of games for Angus ud her five yenrs ago. The deserted wife, deceased, Clay City. believing him to be dead, hud married Restoration and Increase Andy snd the fourth was standing by tho Ihj formulated. 8optcmbcr will i.ier Darrow. Without warning Warner Fenhoff, Covington. tree and was unhurt It seems that arc probably the best amateur clubs Restoration and Reissue Johi the flash must have struck the tree Kentucky, and a fine article of ba. appeared and demanded that she give p Harrow. She refused and ordered Trice, deceased, Madisonvillo. nnd been led off by a scythe blade to may bo expected. 1 . to leave, when he drew d revolver where the throe children were in a Increase Thomas bhockiey, Con and shot her. Wnrnor then turned way; George Gelmeycr, Covington. "bunch. Farmer Cat to 1'iecra. FnAXKFOHT, Ky., July 20. Iko the revolver on himself, an I fell severe-lOriginal Widows, &c Mary B Acnd nt Kobblnf; a Dead Man. wounded. a prominent farmer of thii Rodgers, Kcitner; Mary Quinn, Cov WiLi.tAMSnuno. Ky."", July 22. Robcounty, came to Frank:ort Satarday InTton; Mary A. Gartin, Lebanon; Em ert Urannan, marshal of Jellico, Ky , attltiT AOr-- wt C.tnp Ma'ttn;. night, and while on his way home a 1.HO0K8VILI.K, Ky., July 20 At the iline Hoekinghammer, Clay City; L'liza was g.ven an examining trial here on Clover Leaf passenger train strucli colored people's camp mooting at this beth Robertson, Cave HilL the charge of taking a watch from tho him, and he was literally cut to pieces, plnce, Luke bhropshire, a special holy of Ed Montgomery, who was Kentucltf Pension Kxttmlnrre. lie leaves a wife and several children. policemnn, attempted to eject Oeorge Wasiiinqtox, July 21. The follow hilled thera July 10 He was bound lleekley, colored, who was Gone to Hot Springs. ing pension examining surgeons foi tver in bail of $250. Five witnesses Lexixotox, Ky., July 20. Lieut. from tho grounds, when he drew a Kentucky were appointed Tuesday swear they saw Braunan take the John Jackson, the policeman who was rjz ir and cut the policeman. John Mayfield, J. D. Lanirum; Carlisle, A. watch out and put it in his own pocket. shot in the shoulder while ia the dis- Sliropsh re, a brother of the wounded II. Durruiu; Williamsburg, 11 S. Moss. Urannan denies tho charge. charge of his duty, and who has be?n man, alt' mpted to. interfere and C G. Ellison; Maysvillc, Samuel Pang-burTo it- - Consolidated. v d a severe cut across the face, suffering from blood poisoning becaus' Alexander Hunter, J. T. Gaines; Paoccui. Ky., July 22. A deal will llcclcley of the wound, has gone to Hot Springs Winchester, M. S. Browne, J. U. "be consummated in a day or two by in the hope of effecting a cure. llii.Ilu jis rrured rt-lHolmes; Monticcllo, T. IL Gamblin, M. which car companLkxisoton, Kr., July 20. Mrs. P. IL F. Powers; Columbia, L C Nell, C. M. ies, thethe two local btreetPeople's, Xuinliiei Is Puducah nnd the will Idol died Monday from the effects ol Russell; Greenup, B. F. Bennett, A. S. LACASTnn, Ky ,Jwly25. CM. he consolidated and both pass Into the bums received Sunday night by a lamp Brady, James W. Fitch. a prominent cit.zen and repubmanagement of the Paducah. The lican nominee for sheriff, died Friday fuiling ou her. Her husband can not consolidation will include the electric Itefiuail to I'ardon Seward. with. He is travelnear Uryantsvillo He was born in ing Xuvr FiiANKFOHT, Ky., July 21. Gov. light plants. York state. Noonebuthh in Bourbon county and moved here about Clark and Kvana It leased. ten years ago. Interment in Lancaster wi o knew his address, and after being Bradley Tuesday refused to pardon burned she was unable to tell where John Seward, serving a term in the Louisyim.e, Ky.. July 22. President cemetery Monday forenoon. her husband was. Her two children, penitentiary for perjury in the Jack- 3'u Ilia en. of the Louisvillo baseball Etete Muore ia Dead. "" son nnl Walling case. Seward had club. We lncsday afternoon released who were also burnc I. will recover. OWEXSBOEO, Ky., July CC Steve presentc 1 a strong letter and petition "Wm. Clark, recently of the Texas 8U1 "Mountain llrW." Moore, the coal miner who attempted asking his pardon. The governor only league, and Pitcher Evans, whom he MiDDLKEBoRo. Ky., July 20. United suicide by taking ounce of States Inspector tsmitb, of Louisville, wrote "Pardon refused" on the papers. picked" up at Columbus, O. No laudanum and six grains of morphine He also refused to pardon Arthur attached to their release at the Vessels hotel, died Sundaymorn-in?- . arrested William Miller & Co., of this Shoemaker, Campbell county, malicious aoMnu . city, for selling illicit liquor Monday. . .. His remains were shipped home Thnrroan Made Two barrels branded '"O.d Ryu" were shooting, and Ed Ratliffe, Montgomto Dcaneficld. Louisville, Ky., July 21. Wallace seized, and upon inspection proved to ery, forgery Hesded br Vrace. T. McKay Tuesday afternoon withbj ''mountain dew." The liquor was Ktded IIU Lite With Morphine. LAwnnxcEnuno, Ky., July 2C The stored away in the basement of the drew his contest against W. T. Thur-ma- n FALMOimirKy., July 2L Harry republicans nominated a county ticket Hotel Fulkerson. for the democratic nomination son of a prominent tobacco buyer Saturday, headed by Bruce Sevcenlyf of this place, was found dead Tuesday for prosecuting attorney of thp city Kliaekelfor-- to Marrr. a national democrat, for county judge. morning in Downard's livery stable. court, and Mr. Thurman was declared LouisVille, Ky.. July 20. The enDelegates were appointed to attend The supposition is that he committed the nominee. the state convention in Louisville, gagement of Mari Amner MagoiQn, of suicide by taking morphine. A young fata, r Crush-i- by Cars. Duluth, Minn., to Samuel J. ShackelAugust 10. Henderson', Ky., July 2L John woman of near this place, it is reportof Owenboro, Ky., has been anford, !! Way. Will .t a brakeman on the L. & N. The marriage will take ed, received a note from him Monday Lexixotos. Ky., July 28. George nounced. September. Shackelford is afternoon, stating that he contemplatfreight line, fell between two cars and place in Zimmerman, a local printer, left here ed suicide. No reason for the rash act both of his feut were cut off above the Sunday night for the Alaska gold the democratic candidate for clerk of is yet known. ankle, and his bo ly otherwise severely the court of appeals. fields. He Is entirely without money crushed. He die I four hours later. Ken Down. Qiicrier for Judge. l'riflil"iiis Cumin and says that he is coliient that he Mtnrr Want ant Increase. t Iiivixn Dfpot, Ky., July 21. The Danvili.k, Ky., July 20. Harry can hobo his way through to the new Middlesbokougii, Ky.. July 21. The o Moreland, said to be a cousrepublican T went third judicial disEldorado. in of President McKinley, was serioustrict convention was held here Tues- m.ners of the Mingo, Bryson, Reliance To bsve the Itebate. Ridge in the Covingtox, Ky., July 2a In antici- ly injured at High Bridge by being day. Five hundred were present, in- and Fork district mines asked for an inhave struck by a passenger train. Ha will cluding 200 democrats. There were pation of the Dingley bill, the breweight Negro delegates from Lee coun- crease, which the operators will prob ers of Covington and Newport pur- recover. ty and one from Breathitt. Judge ably grant. la Her Lover's Presence. chased 5100,000 worth of beer stamps Shfit llrst-lKentucky i'osiinaster Appointed. nominated Hkxdeuson, Ky., July 2J. Lizzie Gourley, of Beattyville,w-nsaving the rebate of 7j per cent, for Wasiii.ngton, July 21. J. M. Cole O ab, aged 18 years, living near thi3 for circuit judge, and Richard Hurst, the last time. city, shot herself through tho right of Breathitt, for commonwealth's at- was appointed postmaster for Murray, Itepubllcau Snm ne Declines. Calloway county, Ky., Tuesday, vice lung in thj preijnee oi her lover, Geo. torney. PADUCAH,Ky., July 20. Harry Snow, E. C Robertson, removed. Blendin. They had quarreled. Itobbery. the republican nominee for representLfxinotox, Ky., July 2L John ative, in a letter to the county chairDyt Arm slice Signed. A Torpeitu Trust. Bramble, assistant trainer of trotters, man, declined to accept the nominaLoxdox, July iL A dispatch from Lima, O., July 20. One of the bigtion on the ground that he could not gest deals in the oil field for sometime who arrived here. Monday with Max Montevideo says that a 22 days armisafford to neglect his business for the is now on. 'J he deal includes the ab- G (i:V2i ), to be placed in Frank tice between ths iasurgents and the stable for training, was arrested government troops has been signed, position. sorption of all other nitroglycerin comon a warrant sworn out by pending negotiations for a compromise? Uuesday May and December. panies by the Hercules Torpedo comSebgext, Ky., July 20. Near Haz- pany, which will give them the entire MeVey charging h'm with robbery. A proposal has been made to nominate ard, Perry county, John G Combs, business in the Northwestern Ohio oil Bramble denies that he stole any Senor Ramirez as a candidate for the' aged 80, was married to Mrs. Sarah Held. It is understood the deal will be amount from MeVey and say he will presidency. suo him for malicious prosecution. Feltner, a young widow, aged 30, after closed up this week. Fonr Men Kilimi by Lightning. being lovers for more than ten years. Marion, O., July 2L Electrical Th" l.xlntt"n It fl Won. Dr. Beach Dead. LouisviiXK, Ky., July 2L The Lex- storms passed over this city Monday Took th Htrycanlnn ICoate. Chattakoooa, Tenn., July 20. Dr. ington Rifles Tuesday won the com- night. Four men, near Radnor, were Bowlixo Greex, Ky., July 2C. John Speith, a laborer, committed suicide J. N. Reach, of West Jefferson, O., petitive prize drill, defeating the crack struck by lightning and killed. Geo. after a lingering illness died here at McCreary guards, of Frankfort. They Stout, of this city, was killed. Charles Sunday afternoon by taking trych-nlnDr. J. will have the honor of carrying the Setter and William Sontag were felled the residence of bis K. Rathmell. His body will be taken prize flag for the next year, distinto the earth, but may recover from the Ch.llng Horn n Thief on a Bike. to his home for interment. He was guishing them as tho crack company shock. Trees, buildings and horses Milwaukee, Wis., July 0. A bicy- surgeon-generof Ohio on the staff of Second regiment. Gov. Bradley were also struck by lightning. cle rider is chasing a horse thief cross Gov. Charles Foster and was a member of tho was banqueted at the encampment v this state and he is rapidly gaining on of the Loyal Legion of the United Tuesday ui'rht. Coerolv Mminr'-- i l'ropoaed. him. A horse and buggy were stolen States of the Commandery of Ohio. 21. It is stated here Athens, July from a livery stable in Wauwatosa that Italy has proposed coercive measFdoeih Coal Famine. Tuesday night and the propr etor at It is said that Judge Nathan Goff Patjccau, Ky., July 24. The city is ures against Turkey. once engaged a fast wheelman to run will bo elevated to the supreme bench According to the report of his family. down the thief. The thief had a start of the United States by President Mc- now undergoing a coal famine on acSecretary Sherman has almost reof ten hours, but the latest advices Kinley when the first vacancy shall count of the strikes in the eastern mining districts. The local dealers have covered and would have been at the from tho neighborhood of Like Mills occur. no supply and can not fill orders. department Monday but for the bad are that the rider is only an hour or so X'n. &11IIS It, Tt Chi Many of the factories and hotels are state of the weather. behind the stolen rig. Frankfoht, Ky., July j4. W. Tote, being forced to use wood. who, about a month go filed suit tc Cat 11 ThrN.t. Heavy Wind at Catlettabnrp. Nw Postmasters of Tate's Jacksoxtille, Fix, July 20. W. L. attach someamended pe property, FriCailettsbukg, Ky., July 24. A Wasuixotox, July 2a The follow-n- g day filed an ition making heavy .Missis, a tailor about 35 years old, befourth-clas- s postmasters wore rain and w Indstorm, accompanlieved to have belonged formerly in the New York Life Insurance Co. de- ied by hail, occurred Friday afternoon for Kentuc'ty Thursday: to garnishee a Urbana, O., committed suicide Sunday fends t, and paid-u- p policy held on Tate's life. Mrs at 4:30 o'clock. The roof of Mrs. A. F. Drake&boro, Muhlenberg county, J. E. morning by cutting his throat. Langley, vice G. V. Martin, daughter of Tate, has filed a Morae's residence was blown off. Tele- Carles, Muhlenberg Gtenn, removed: county, J. b. phone wires and over one hundred suit to recover the insurance money as trees were blown down. Lewis, vlco W. W. Moore, removed; , Tate's sole heir. Hansford, Rock Cistle county, W. G. pintauruu Outbreak. cke.i Oat II (Iw Codn. SAI.TKRSVILLK, Ky., July 24. A Nicely, vice J. W. Kirbv, rjsigaed. LexIaOTOX, Ky , July 24. Cliff Poroutbreak of petroleum n U wirl for a Narro II invar m to. ter, the turfman, is seri- spontaneous about four miles from this Llxixotox, Ky., July 3X Gen. W. ously ill at St. Joseph's hospital. Phy. oil occurred sieianH seem unable to ascertain ex- place Friday morning on the land of FI. Gentry has olio re l 830.) reward for Conley on State Road Forks and she capture of the Negro who wound-;- d actly what his trouble is. He is sim- J. P.flow has reached this place. his son, Lawrjnce, Monday night, Ho has made all the ply waiting away. while attempting to rob him. The. Will Not Strike. preparations for death, even unto the UlrtdlrsbMr .urli l MiDDLEsnouovou, Ky., July 24. The boy will resover. selection of his coilin and the naming of the undertakers who shall conduct miners of the Middlesborough district IC ntnohy Man's Appointment. decided not to go out at the meeting bis funeral. WAflifLNOTOX, July 23. Wlnfield a Thursday night. Those who quit will A Mysterious U nth. resume work Monday. This embraces Nocly, o Kentucky, has been appoint-i- d HorKixsviLLE, Ky.. July 24. An una special- examiner in the pension known man died at the Harrison house five mines and 1,200 miners. office at SI. 330, and Edward P. Elliott, Friday under circumstances indicating Wheat Fuurlnc 1'ito Owentboro. sf Indiana, has been given a similar OwKNSiioito, Ky., July 24. Wheat Is position. suicide. lie arrived here on the night fi O woman ! lovelv woman ! natere made train and went at once to a room. pouring into this city by the thousands thee to temper man ; we had been brutes "When an attempt was Cwrlir Attncv. cents is the made to arouse of bushels. Sixty-eigwithout you."- Woman more than merit Louisville, Ky. July 23. Stuart R. him Friday morning he was found dy- price paid and it will likely remain at all the good things that have been said of Young, democratic nominee for city s her by the wits and poets of all times. ing, with a bottle of morphine lying that treasurer; was attackcd.oa'Fifth street When man lands woman and her charms near his bed. round Desut la Dad. and virtues, he has in his mind's eye an Thursday night, near Main, and badly ideal. That ideal is always a healthy woatorlee. Frakkfobt, Ky., July 24. Michael boa' en. At a late, hour he was unconloom man. Noman makes pretty speeches and Lexi.nqtox, Ky.; July 24. In letters Jennings, a well known citizen 70 scious. " ' witty toasts about woman, with the picture to their relatives in Bourbon county, years of age, was found dead is fed in his mind of a weak, sickly, nervous wo- Wilmot Jon. L. Smttli Kenny and Alfred Penrrtellof Friday morning-- , man, tortured by pain, and suffering from Daxyili.e, Ky., July 23. Rev. John depression and despondency. It b in the the great discoveries in the Kloiidyke. E. Smith, aged SO years, dropped dead power of every woman to be some man's These young men left Kentucky last Drowned rVhlie Flihlac T eating his ideal if she will but build up and guard February, and are now employed near Fiiaskfort, Kyi, Jaly 22. Thomas Thursday just after for over" 50dinner. her womanly health. years Douglass, in Alaska, at a salary each Thorntoo, of .Midway, was drowsed la- Tho deceased wan Thtbest of known remedies for all forms of S80 per week and expanses. oae of the most widely known minisof disease peculiar to women is Dr. Pierce's the Kentucky rirsr a fewmiles above'1 ters in the Baptist church ia Favorite Prescription. It works directly on " Frankfort Wedntsdsjr afternoon? '.H (IBcm ' lotJuly 24. Kstblle. but one set of organs in a woman's body. Washington, The follow- was with a camming party and acciIt allays and eradicates pain. It soothes inA Market Man Fatally Hart. flammation. It invigorates and purifies. It ing post offices were estab.Uhed in dentally fell, between two rafts; from, " " Lexinotox, Ky.', Maly 23. Warrea restores complete health to the organs disKentucky,- - tFriday: ., . Ilsnaer, Floyd which ho was Jshlng, Cecil, a nj&rketerj'was- - thrown from tinctly feminine and banishes weakness, county, with Malone Hall as postmasN w Keataexr rnnUSc. n depression and deipondency. It is y his wagon by" his horse; scaring at a Cabot, Hancock county, Ada WAsmsoTOS, jjSnly 22. The followof Dr. R."V. Pierce, chief consulting ter Thur&day and fatally in- Chanc-llopost mas terf Crecelius, ing new postoffiifs wero castabllshcd street car X physician to the Invalid's Hotel and SurgiL j urea. cal Institute, Buffalo, it. T. Jtyou wish to Meado county, Samuel It Creculius,' in Kentucky Wednesday: Ernst, Penknow more about it write to hinC" postmaster. Post Om'ne Robbed. 1 dleton county, wjth WilllanIJiSpicerr ' This is to tell yon." writes Sister Eliza L. de VA5CE8UKO, Kyj', , Jaly 23. Halbwt". postmaster; I'm 2txlo Lrti. county, Falcon of Ccrpti Chriftl. Nueces Co- - Texas. y years and "that I hsj lieeu til for twrntv-on- e 24. Lexingtox, Tho Fay- John V. Fergusorjfc postmaster." r" i' . post olHce. three imiles west of here, was finallaircd by yocr medicines, the Golden was trohoed. Thuwaayrifaihg oi $3, ette fiscal completed the Medical Discovery jmd 'Favorite Prescription.' ,Wh.t Kuledt ny Ksta. . purchase of, three more turn pikes,, at a Itis as easy to be well as ill and much LascIsmb, KyiPJoly Tnore comfortable. Constipation is the total cost of JSL.3T5. 3 his .leaves oaly fge- : dOTeVXafl.a CsJHdkC , cause of many forms of illness. Dr. Pierce's the Winchester,. Maysvljle and "Ve- oi the past tawFtiays, haveplaved' bavrn" with wheat: In shneVf ilntau i&OMO.vIni.J'tf-WOCloVft- T Measaat relicts .cure constipation. They rsailles pikes yet-tbe aaade free. .The TwitAHhrehingi d sue uny, wUfcW httra. grannies, uae uti- gates were thfann open?Frid.iy ;i"f.. le-" Pellet His a gentle laxative, two a mil "oi VJy. tiolarjMiuJrrlraHr wtceking 13 cars. Coadsetor Carl was az. aft E ratiarti&'-iU- l noon. r .. dealers KENTUCKY NEWS,' Jt Waterspout otlj, eahMfeasore RoiinrHTTB-flTtenrmirh t - - " h, . y sa-ar- "Mother's Friend" ' SUMMER (THEATER Padoeah Drstroyed by Fire A Panla , in the AaJlenee anil Abont One HunPerson Were .tnjor.d. ' dred Paducah, Ky., July 24. Tho Casino summer theater at itamona park, was burned Friday nigh', at 10 o'clotk. was being given to about COO people when t!ie fire broke out from a lire works dliplay on tho stage. The audience waspantcstrlcken. Probably over 100 persons were injured by being burned or trail pled. Several of the actors were paiuli)liy burned. The building was covered with tar paper and was in a mass Of flames inside of a minute. It is reported that three or four children perished in the flames, but this can not b) verified. All the doctors in the city were required to look after the injured. Col. Reuben Rowlund and bis wife were seriously injured in tho stampede. JLt you cant HEADINE I Make Great German Remedy1. . .. W8 SSiG jjjjf -- sjgpss f jiakia" vi- For the and a, ad Shot From Auihnah. Ky.( July 24. Constable Louis McCuny was slut from ambush by Thomas N. Williams on Paixtsviij.e, ares ChUl-'Birl- t e I Din-nlng'- a I mil!s north of here, S5o. per "box. Friday morning. McCurry had levied For Sals Br aim. Druggists. on Williams' mule ibr scnool tax and II H. HUNSTOCK CHEMICAL CO., was taking the mule home, when Williams slipped throujj the woods and, HANNIBAL,MO. concealing himself, red upon McCurry r.ia26-Cas he passed. The shots took effect in the face and head. McCurry was badly wounded, but may recover. READY TO ' John II. 1 MimlnatL Louisville, Ky , Ju y 24. John II. E Page tins been declared lue democratic nomine-fo- r circuit cerk of Jjfferaon county by ttie city and county commit- Oar liiclory on lmrel Street in Kicli-1ond 'is now running, ami ws an tee, who gave him tin nomination over prepared to fill 01 dcrs for twist of tin CoL John S. Cain, who has the incumbent for 27 years. In the primary recently lull Cain defe Uo.i Page oi by 48 votes, but two precincts were thrown out on account of raud, which gave Page a majority of 51. CoL Cain "D. U. B." will not contest. five m joins creek, Indorsed by physicians of the highest star ding. .I.hi.1!E J NEURRLGIfl. Immediate Relief Positive Cure Look ' PJ Psbsv 3 ) ? V Q --- S W ava V Enamel I I S Z ft wy ft s- te SUPPLY TH TRADE A 1. We want bright business men to represent us BflKV '., nnuv. flKsBW Si v j 6e.ltrf1 . n He b.-e-n MONARCH Chicago "MIj Mmi. CYCLE CO g f) NewWk 5 Lwa u. 2.-- 24 1 Des-rt- I liar-rodsbur- - IIIBI cycloneaw ept this h'ction "Friday afternoon and rain foil in torrents. Hail IlrandH, thre jmiilfH. We can nave you fell weighing an ounce. East Front niuiifv un trial onlur; you wiP street is imp isable on account oi lie tilail ix ilia our prndiut1. plNitil to hear iroin roiuitry aier- fallen trees aud other debris. Landlord Pur.r, of Giciin hprings, with ell.lllIH. two hordes and u surrey, was blown White Ross, over a slntc bnnk, but esc ipe.l in j iry. Richmond. Kr. 4l The storm Insted uboilt 15 n.iiiuZCi. III 'l Hal. mill t fclone. Vaxcehuko, Ky.. July 24. nail and .rt.!. .. !..!,." a, k, stir . WI Si-ii- SM-9iaprl4-l- y c t) n lipe-ci.ill- x 0 GIYES THE CONSUMER SATiSFilCTiGN, HIGH GRADE WORK Consequently Is best for the Dealer to handle. of A Full Line Send for .BUGGIES, Catalog-- ; a- SUBRETS, LOUloViuL.t JAfiKER, Mantally Mr. Harry C 'Jrnman, assistant cashier of th American National hink, is in a private sanitarium in Cincinnati. He is prostrated physically, and is far DR. PcFFER'S fi67AL-TNSClneln-KSB- B Y MHO ' 1 Louisvilif, Ky., nail H.nltur.Uin. Julj-23- . d. Tk-- n to a PILLS PHAETONS, 11 " Mc-Brid- e, v .'. W$ cr S'oUl ('-- f-- B0AD "WAGONS, j re-c- e . Ht-t- being himself mentally, but the physicians in charge of h.s case hope to bring him around all right within two months. Mr. Iruman has been assistant cashier of the American national bank ever since it was organized, a few years ago. Previous to that he had been with tho Kentucky national for a number of and he is regarded as one of the brigatet banking men in the state. For the past 3 ear his health has been bad, an I physical weakness finally brought on intense melancholy. Three weeks ago he was compelled to give up. He left for Cincinnati in care of his father-in-laMr. A. C. Semple, Of the Maia street firm of well-know- from lutc. lnTljpratotlie!o onra&s. lie. wrre of !unreraa4 lailtatloeA. tme p&1er. C3 per box, flnutll bocft 8nv plain wrapper. Semt T rented in DartJctiUrs. SoM tVr 'c Ir ;wI Flaunt fur i. VI.AaOCI TIU, Chltrsucu. Ill v AEWIIsroXKV. KETEltrAlLS. V MISM V 1VMVI AW s?t." s. J ( JJypres cl, cxceITe, scanty or painful rt-n- . All Ifo.f GHtinn.t, -Manufacture DOVETAIL COMPANY by Itichtr.oiul Drui; Co. ami W ' ' ' DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS miv2 5 I.. CRAVVFORDSVILLE, 1ND. ' ' " IH THE WRITE. J .", '."1 J r . Sal- z x . White "ji GU,XycJ'Z,lL',' i SOMETHING Every Merchant OUGHT TO USE. n W. & A. Semple. THE MARKETS. ClSCINSATI, July IL Spring fancy. 13 7jo3.W. spnnj family, MrStiJtJO; spring patent, 7j, Winter patoat. It 10 jl Jj. Uaey. UTiiSS; family. U3SS. extra, i&aitfi. low r;e, nortawcatsrn. f do city. .S6 t.li. 2 red, namtn it at 7.QT1C. ttllXAi-- .o Cuki-Sal- es: No. i mixed trck o. No, 2 white track. --SHc: yellow etr. swltcucd. .Uo. Oats Sales. No. i while, track ;Kc: No ! mixed track, Jc No. 3 mtxuJ irck, lSHc; Ic.r No S mixed track. rOc Hoes Select h ppera", iJ. JS&3.7Ke. butchers', t3&t(-.o7- s. lair to good packers', light. tlC5.t3.7i. comtZ.bOAZ.ea. fair to mon and routflu, fa uUJ 5a CA7TLC hairtoeooJ shlpjcrj,' H.0J34.5O; gooJ to choice bmoheri.' extras. tfiOtSt-Ci; taJiit.ii: fair to medium tutchan', tirjjl S.7i. common. .incsr Extras, WWiAlTJ. ooj to choice, tlOJ ttXlO; common to fair, IJ 0J 2 Si. LAMBi Extras. 5 tt)a 10, a few faacy.lSIO; rood to cholco, jl6)3iij, coenmon to fair. FLOUR one-ha- lf condl-tIonsswt-- re ' "HAMILTON" i0).t.l. jUTOGRAPHICC PItEVENT "forjcettlnqr to chanTC." I'ltEVENT dlspntc-Hnve- r uciounta. l'KBVKKT mistakes or all kinds, ACCURATELY record cash gales. save MAKE three bills at one writing. Dook-keepln- g, ne. -- A"u-lic- k, UsEO BY RETAH.ER3 EVERYWHERE. s.-Ic- Csn-lldat- - Write for circular. I gO-j- J P Hamilton AntoraDhic Register Co. 1IA3IILTON. OHIO. may26-5m i Mc-Gra- w, SI r Fill (7 AGCNTSaJiSffiRBESPONDLNlL 1 sJaiia a H-- 11 50 (10. J.H.NEFF&C0. Mairi ruch31-6r- u 573. extras, Vsal Calves Pair oi JlOJilii, coaiaoa ana Una 1 to gootl lljht. U WJ lar-- -- Stxst, OI L ssr la kl ii Middles-boroug- h f s 1 Arr-ste- d fr Wootr UnwashoL mitlao, lOQUc per clotalnj. 1411c. mMl-im- . lb. quarter-blodclalno and clothing 13iIlo braid. 121 3c: o, modlam combing, HCioj. WaihoJ. line X to XX. Hj: taillu n ciotaia;, laUo; 13 S'Gc: Ion; cjmblni. I5$i7c; delaine fleece, ttuarter-bloo- J anJ low, ilTlmc. com-no- a coarse. liij!3j. caolcj. 19c. CIIIC4GO. Julv 21 VnBAT July, 75lc. cp.emoer. 71MS7I3iO! December. 7Jtf:: old. Coui Julrr SHU: September. M,c. I7Vc: M y, 2JH. mu-rin- (Opposite Glymlon.) Country Produce Bought and Stiltl. iIi:ieol Ctioli ilarkel I'rJoe I'.uM CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. C M li ii-- i BU U IR J7 nil fc: C. a & ti v V 5 a X7 ELi w 71i December. Oats Juir. 13H Mc-Vey- 's Receipt lUht. CattliItcceipts IlghR martct Head '. Hogs market dull and lowercr. Prime llbtwelshti ml plgi, ftoo, 91319V. half, U.iMls), oest medium, Miy, ius. iiw. PirrsBuiioii. 17c. septcmbr. 17K317H: JuU 2t. rau;as. Hiall3 Snaitp Receipt IWht: miriotsisadji. TRADE MARXS, DESIGNS, COPYRICHTS Ac. Anyone sendln? a rketrh snd description maj qniekly ascertain, free. wLctner on Inrentinn is rroonblx Patentable. ComznunlcaUnns Oldest asenc; forseeunni; patents In America. Ke luro a Washington office. Patents taken through Mcnn & Co. reculra special notlco In the m&gF During- the Tennessee Centennial and Intern.i position at Nashvillo, Tenn., a low rate bpeeial - !l t.i-bee- h . SGiEHTlFIG AMERICAN, e. son-in-la- it P 11 xK bcautlfnltr Illustrated, laorcit ctrcnlatton of en v sdontiic Journal, reeklj, terms $2L0U a Tear; tlMslx months. Specimen copl and ILUiu IJ00K OS scat free. Address MUNN & CO., 1atts 361 Urondnaj, Kerr York. 28-- al Subscrlbs Now! a THE I Sound Lungs x arc i are kept sound and went lungs made strong by Dr. Beix'S Pinb-Tar-Hon- ev ' J ?fl 5 mI, auskUi umtWiuii DISPATCH fl 1 1 o7 com-nisslon- -- set-kin- g and Boon restored me to health?! GEO. A. ALLEN. Clear 8prlaga,Ky. remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in all lung affections. Ayearnco I hart a long spU of fever , that settled In. my lungs and a se- - ( Tere conch. Jly physicians thought J noald not recover, but Dr. Beij.'h Pisk. stoppl the cough at once ' ' 4 a cientific 4 STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER. r2v DR. BELL'S For the Free Coinage of Silver. For the Chicago Platform. For the Democratic Nominees. For the Interestof the Masses. News. All the Latest State News. All the Latest r 11 1 PINE-TA- R Telegraphic t est;iblished for "the sale of tickets from other terminal points on tlie Queen & Crescent Rout-Tickets are on sale daily until further notice to I .. nooga at $5.00 one way or $5.75 round trip from Nk-round trip tickets being- good seven days to return tickets, with longer return limit, at$S.G5 aud at ?11.' the round trip. These rates enable the public to visit Nashviil-otlieSouthern points at rates never before offered. V. -' buled trains of the finest class are at the dispoh.il passengers, affording a most pleasant trip, and enabimu to visit the very interesting scenery and important b.iti grounds in and about Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain i Chickamauga National Military Park. Tickets to N,m to visit the Centennial can be repurchased at Chattan.-- for $3.40 round trip. Ask ticket agent for Cincinnati and the Q. &, C. Route South or write to J. TV. COOLIDGE, Ai.r r. ' W. C. RINEARSON, XiehohtevilU. K. Agent, Cincinnati, O. Gen'l. Pass!?. Cinc-uui.ii i . h .1 - : r ur tk-kt-t- - 1 well-know- HONEY , All the Latest Market Reports Court-Report- s. n-- rs ' druggists or sent upon , E. B. Sstlierlu4 BmOcIss is a certain specific for concha. colds, sore throat, bronchitis, astb tna, wiiooping cougli ana croup. Trice 23c. 50c. and tl a bottli. At nit receipt cf jiriceby ' , ' C, Rtlsess, Xj. 27-- 20 f - ' ' j Correct Market Reports. Correct Reliable News Reports. Honest Editorial Policy. Tbz vcekfy LoxUrKle Dispatch CI tmax one j ear for a- Ti r Sas Bfif B 1 B GrlkiS SE? XjOTJZS",rTXJTrE3, SIT 1 i 3 El EaEa3u!B M 1a aa 0 J 1 S a aa s ad Tbc .. tl.TS - fotke to Debtor?. Begxitm' Price Yeel;hf Recentiy aud Climax ($1.85), $2.25. been. Converled Into a Mefisrn Palacs Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling of tiif i ;Het CJualny- tie - - ht Slaving been appointed Trustee 1 1 the RichWho can tMnk mond Drut; Company, notice is hereby given of soma slmnla that all accounts dne laid firm mait be- settled Wanted-ftiling to patent? 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