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rsiTte Richmond Climax.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
"We are authorized to -announce G..
X. Lilly a candidate for County At-
nrnt nf Mnriisrin Mlintv. sublect to
the action of the Republican party.
TOR rOLICE JODGE.
"Wo are authorized to announce II.
C. Rice a candidate for re-election of
.Police Judge of Richmond, subject
to the action of the primary July 15.
TOR CITY ATTORNEY.
"We are authorized to announce
Green Clay a candidate for the
office of City Attorney, of Richmond,
Ky., subject to the action of the
"We are authorized to announce J,
Talbot Jackson as a candidate for
City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky.,
Subject to tho action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce D.
P. Armer a candidate for Mayor ot
Richmond, subject to the action of
the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce
J. R. Stoukfer a candidate for
Mayor of Richmond, subject to the
action of the Democratic part.
"We are authorized to announce J. W.
Balks a candidate for Mayor of Richmond,
subject to the action of the Democratic
Wo are authorized to announce "W.
D. Arnold a candidate for Councilman
in the University Precinct, subject
to tlie action of the Democratic
primary, July 15.
We authorized to announce Cal.
Maupin a candidate for Councilman
in Citv Hall Precinct, subject to tne
Democratic primary July 15.
We are authorized to announce D.
R. Tkvis a candidate for Councilman
of Court Hou&e ward, subject to
the action of the primary election
We are authorized to announce J.
"W. Freeman a candidate for
in Court House ward, subjo t
to the action of the primary election
We are authorized to announce Geo.
Pickels a candidate for Councilman
In Court Houe precinct, subject to
the primary election, July 13.
We are authorized to announce J.
A. Mershon for re-election for Cou
in the City Hall precinc ,
subject to the action of the Dem
primary, July 13.
We are authorized to announce C.
T. Wells a candidate for Counc I-man
in the City Hall precinct, subje t
to the Democratic primary, July 15.
We are authorized to announce
John R Girson a candidate fr
Councilman from the University
Precinct, subject to the action of t le
We are authorized to announ -e
J. R. Henry a candidate for Magistrate
of Kirksville Precinct, subje -i
to thelaction of the Democratic part ,
on the Iree-turnpike ticket.
We are authorized to announce N. B.
Tcrpin a candidate for
Richmond precinct, subject to t
primary election, July 15.
ft. N, i, & B. ft. ft.
Time Table No. 29. Taking Effect Sunday,
May 2, 1KW.
1st Class. j 2d Class.
EAST BOCICD. Jf0. 1 I NO. 3 I No. 9
Ex Snn'Ex Sun.Ex Sun
A. M. P M. A.M.
Versailles 10 23 6 S7 8 55
NJtholasville 11 00 7 36 10 12
Valley View 11 25 8 00 10 55
Million 11 40 6 13 11 20
Richmond.. 11 58 8 30 11 48
P. M. P.M.
Union 12 13 12 50
Moberler 12 16 1 05
Brassfiefd. 12 30 2 00
Panola 12 35 2 15
Irvine 1 05 3 20
No. 2 I NoTl No. 8 No! "
west bound. Ex SanjEx Sun Ex San Ex Sin
A. M. j P. M. P. M. A. M
Irvine I 30 3 40
Panola 1 55 4 28
Brassfield 2 00 4 40
Moberler 2 11 S 10
Union 2 17 5 15 .
Richmond.. 6 86 235 5 40 50
Million. 9 20 4 00 .. 5 3
Valley View 6 34 4 15 5 5,
Nicholasville C 58 4 40 6 4
Versailles 755 5 30 83
AM. P. M. P. M. A. M
All trains connect with Louisville South n
trains to and irom Louisville.
AU trams connect with C. N . O. AT. P. tralnr
to and from Cincinnati.
J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatche
Vf. II. ADAMS, Superintendent.
The firm of Laxon & Baxnett has dissolved
partnership and neither party is rcsponsiila
lor debt the other makes.
June 23 lm I. V Barrett.
W MADE ME A MAN
AJ AX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE
E4 XLJtrroiM IhsLt9 railing Juem
br Abase or other Kxce and
Thry atut surety
rectors Loot YUaUtj In old or 700ns and
Kflrfv, Ci a Tnn for Cndj, botvlnM or mtrriac.
rprevvint Insanity acd Cocscmtrtion If
laka in unm. Their tve chmrs ixsinediate improrv
XQrpatand effect a CUiiE where all other fall Insist
npon Lrici: the pennine A3 ax TchleU TLer
bare eared thousands and v-i II coro yon,
written encranteo to oCact a core CftpTP n
rarhcaoor refund th jconer. Price w v t Gfjyir
rackaee; or u iksr (fnl treatmentt for 0. Uy
snail in plain wrtjiper. nwm receipt of price.lUrcnlar
Ire, A AV DPHPnvrn .
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For sale in Richmond, Ky. by Hagan
The I fthsnnn
4 Corrugated Tubing, I 1-4 ia.
v Oil Reservoir Hubs.
Write for a Catalogue.
Every Wheel Warranted.
Beal Direct With Us.
Manufactured ty e
H. KALBACH & SON,
,.HE PATS THE..
y. : ?0n PIT FOR THE .
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MORPHlNt POISONI -G.
Mystsrloos Pth ot Trrt j Miss Dalla
Paducaii, Ky. June 2S. Miss Delia
Barnes, the daughter o Councilman
Jos. P. llarnes, the wealthy coal dealer,
died at 5 o'clock Sunday morning'
as thj result of m rpfrinc poisoning,
bhe was found lyini; across
the bed in h.r room Saturday
n ght about 11 o'clock in
an unconscious condition. Two
phys'cians were summoned and remained
with her until deaui. She was
seen on the streets Saturday evening
about 0 o'clock an 1 she had been out
dnv.nj with a gentleman friend. One
theory is that she committed sJficide,
while there is another thaSbhe took
the poison through nmtakctfbelievinfj
that she was taking quinine.
To Tit Illm Jos HUckbnrn as si
blivrr Democrat C'iidldite fur brnlor,
LouisviLUE, Ky., June 2S Congressman
John S. Hhea's friends have decided
to pit him against J. C. S. Blackburn
as a candidate for the silver
democratic nom nit on to succec I
Senator William Liudiay. It W13
learned Sunday that a conference was
held before the Frankfort convention,
at which plans were discussad
for presenting Mr. Rnca for the senate.
Nearly all the western Kentucky
leaders were present and pledged the
solid support ol the western Kentucky
member.! of the legislature, who are
yet to be elected, foftdr. ilhea. 'IhW
section of the state controls the democratic
Child Gored bj sn Infarlmtnrt Caxr.
Xirwroirr, Ky., June 23. ilattie, the
fire-year-old daughter of Dr. Cha. W.
Howard, tho dent.st living in Clifton
Heights, was terribly ani probably
fatally gored by an infuriated ,cov
Sunday afternoon. After trampling
the defenseless tot until "blood stainel
the"grass all about here, the cow lay
dona and rolled upon the lifeless little
form, bellowing madly all the
time. Several men, having been given
the alarm by the two children who
escape 1, ran into the pasture an I succeeded
ia driving the cow away.
LiXCAbTr.it, Ivy., June 2a The free-turn
pike iniepenent t:cet for county
olliccs w ill probably be made out in
full in Garrard. Al per&ons favoring
such noiainal'onK have been requested
to meet in their school districts at the
school houses oa July S and appoint
delegates to meet in the courthouse
July 10. 1 his convention will cccide
upon tr.c advisability of having au
propose to take an active part in the
Xo ember election.
K l!l Hr H
Madisonvili.e, Ky., June 3i At
Lisinan, Webster county. Wood Allen,
brother-in-law to Let Nichols, went
to a field Nichols was at work
cutting wheat and called him to the
fence. After a few minutes
Allen shot Nichols.wlio oniy l:v I
a few minutes The deceisvl a
wife, ho i-. a -'Ajer to AUc.l 1 ie
murderer is now liRged in jail at D
LouiPVlI.l.E, K , Jun? 2S A
to the Post from Frankfort h ty: hm
Buckley, a convict, wis nvjiultel hr
Sam Crabtree, a fellow convict ia tiio
penitentiary batttrday morning aud
fntally injured. Crabtree suspected
that Buckley had revealed or intended
to rev-al a plot to escape in vwuch
many of the prisoners were concerned
New Wing to tbo" U Ay-
IIorsivsTit in, Ky., June 2S. A
large force o hands, numbering luj
or mre, were put to work Monday upon
tne addit.onal wing that U to bo
added to the Western lunatic asylum,
near this city, for waich purpose
wa appropriated by the legislature
tv o cars ajo.
G t IImhti on m Tr!-.
Lf.xixgtox, K.'., June 2S. George
N. Scott, agei 33, was brought noine
Sunday night in a precarious condition.
He went on on excursion to
Natural Bridge Sunday, and shortij
alter the train started bak he was
attacked with heart disease. He is a
prominent young groceryiuan.
tludcn llmmt.tn Krirr4 tit- ISlni;.
Ky , Juue 2b. A New
Richmond ia ths person of Judge M
IL Houston, of Ashland, has entered
the fiehyfor the democratic nomination
for governor. Judge Houston
was here Saturday and ma le the
formal of his candidacy.
Thrown Trnm Il ru and JlKiI'y Hurt.
Nichol6VIU.k, Ky., June2S Mrs.
Eobert Waide, of Mt. Lebanon, this
county, horsebacc ri.linir, was
thrown from her and ha 1 her
arm broken in two places She was
otherwise seriously injared and is in a
JIM1 Up wnd Jtolibl by Truinp.
Ky., June 2i 1'rank
BrocK, a section hand, whose labjrs in
the L. & N. yards at Corinth nctted
him S10 10 last wpek, came to Lexington
Saturday night, drow his pay, and
on his way home was held up by two
train ds and robbed.
Ttkm Morphine bj Mutikfi.
Paducaii, Ky., Jane 2S. Miss Delia
Barnes, daujrhter of Councilman Geo.
Barnes, died Sunday morning from an
overdose of morphine. Th3 lamily say
it was taken by mistake.
Tr.U'ir Iltrtly Sentonrod.
(.MAiiv, Nob., June 23. Ex-State
Treasurer Bartley, convicted of embezzlement,
was sentenced Saturday
to 20 years' in the penitentiary and to
pay a fine of 5300,030.
C'Shlrr Itnbbeil and Mnnlered.
ItosiK, June 23. SignorValtgantero,
cashier of the San Coovanni mine at
Iglez.as, Sardenia, wh.le oa his way
from the mine with a large sum, was
robbed and murdered-
step through the
iJBIBB door of the future.
from the nappy,
present into an
avenue of possibilities.
lmf"' rfwjl jture is what
what health ixiajtc makes their it it
WW happy or miserable
full of the love
and brightness and joyftdnes of mutual
love and helpfulness, and healthy, rosy,
rollicking children, or, tortured with pain
and sickness nnd mutual fault-finding and
dependence, and lacking the binding tie of
healthy, happy offspring. A world depends
upon the young wife. If she has taken
proper care of herself and is healthy in a
womanly way, the probabilities are all in favor
of a happy home filled with the music
of childish laughter. Too manyyoung women
neglcst to take care of their w
They shrink from the distasteful
"examinations" and "local treatment"
upon which most physicians insist. There
is no need for this.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriution acts di.
rectly on the important and delicate otgans
concerned ia wifehood and motherhood. It
makes them strong and healthy. It allays
inflammation, heals ulceration, soothes pain
and gives the tortured ncrvfcs rest and tone.
It prepares for wifehood and maternity.
Taken during the expectant period, it banishes
discomfort and makes the coming of
baby easy and comparatively painless. It
insures the new-comer's health and an ample
supply of natural nourishment. Over
90,000 women have testified to its merits,
Drufrgists Who offersubstitutes aim. to get
a few pennies extra profit.
Dr. Pierce'sgreat book, " Common Sense
JI diral dywfjr." would prevent xnoie
fcatf life sickness in any family,. It
the tfcst advice for curing common
ailment witboBt a doctor. It tells all-about
anatomy .and physiology- and
of Mlieaad ia
tea.JMdical ivo JHr;jmited. "A
Mee-cow Jn.wper'Csywja et for 21
rMiMto;pay caat of wftSinfr only..
TO GUA'iD DkEMING.
Thfi All.rffil UnMvrp Will IIm ta
siui...n tiuntjr f .,r Trtni. j
i,i;ii.UTu, June zj. ixiu
Gaither, accompanied by regimental
O.Hcer Corn, of Harrodsburg, camo
here Tuoday a teraoon and held a
consultation with .Ma J. J. Kmbry Allen.
It,is understood that Compan A. I
of Winchester, and Company i:, of
Frankfort state guards,. 1i
strong have been to
Franklin, Simpson county, where Negro
(leorgo Deeming is to be tried for
murder. Mtj. Allen has been instructed
to hold Coinpmy E in readiness
should the Lxinsrton company bo
nee lc1. Deeming is in L juUvilic, and
the tuo companies will form a guar I
for him We inesday, when he will be .
taken to Simpson county for trial.
A.1 lif II nmrkjr It. aud 1-
of ttin I ourl of Lfocistoru
I'ltANKFOKr, Ky , June 20. The conference
of attorneys for the variou
building and loan associations ot the
state w.ifc livid here '1 ly.
John Young Brown, of Louisville;
Judge W. U. Ilo.t, Judge L. U.
Jones, of Winchester, and John Barrett,
of Louisville, are among the attorneys
was not generally known until
four to t'.iree in holding tho act o'. 1831
uncoustititti naL Attorneys ire pre-
paring a ptititttion for rehearing and
hope to git :i rn.Mlification of the opinion.
'I lie nsioeiatious say they will be
com pel le I to go out of business uutesa
the opinion is at least mo liCe.l.
KIT .11 rii It c ,rlel.
Louisvilm?, Ky , June 21. The Chicago.
In liatinp )lii &. Louisville Railway
C . Tu -s lij reco ded a mortiragj
foratoiatS , iiTl.OU wurth of refunding
bo ids itsn."d u the Central Trmt
Co. of New York and Jam is Murdoch,
trustee for the bondholders This wis
don under the reorganization of the
new roai for the purpose of taking up
outstanding bond, nut cohered by tlu
foreclosure. A Mtuilar mortgage is
Wi g filed in each of the count es
through which the road runs, as
I by law.
1 he (Ur;nlt Trial.
HopKt.ivir.l.r; ICy., Juni 2.X Tha
triii o Cli ton Oarrott, a wealthy and
prominent p'nnter, with
Tom Leave!!, colored,
ami wounding old Reuben Leavell, the
outgrowth of a quarrel about the
of a seal ling tub, is on. Much
was experienced in impaneling
a jury The case is attracting
widespread attention and the courthouse
was crowded with interested
Tti' S.-.00.000 K Hands.
riiAXKFuKT, Ky., June 23 The record
in the appeal from Judge Cantrili'a
decision invalidating the Kentucky
bond issue of was filed in tho
court of appeals Tuesday. 'JTio court
is now considering the question en
banc and it is practically certain that
a decision will be rendered Wednesday
or next day reversing Judge Cantrili'a
decision and holding the act authorizing
the bond issue constitutional.
Sunt Ills K tli r.
Lrxinotox, Ky., June 23. In the
c court here Tuesday John R.
Gentry, of this county, filed suit
nsrjiiist his father, 'Wheeler Gcutry, for
damages. Youug Gentry claims
1 11:1 1 his father took possession of a
piece of land which had been leased by
liiiu brfoie the lease expired.
Kentucky Minuter Honored.
Bloomixotov, 111.. June 23. Rer.
Martin Hardin, of Harrodsburg, Ky.,
son-in-law of ex-Vice President
of this city, has accepted a call
to the pulpit of Green Hill 1'rcsby.
terian church, Girard avenue,
l'a., and will assume the pastorate
Doctor uii I scho.ilijlrl K'op.
I'.vi.sn.svii.i.K, Ky., June2.J Dr. W.
W Kurgoon, a wealthy physician of
Johnson county, eloped last week with
pretty 10-year-old Uose Blanton, a
sc.ioolgirl of Oil Springs. Mrs.
A HOLD UP
Ot ths u t Ntshrltle I tllrosd
Narhvii.i k June 25. Only
partial information yet obtainable
of a hold-up on the Louisville and
Nashvdle ra lroa 1 between Clarksvlllo
and Guthrie, about 0 o'clock Tuesday
night near St. Ilethlehem. One man
.....! WI. t I Il-
ui uiuii iiii n, if inaiuiasauHCU mc IX1
- - I
press car ami obtained, according to '
reports iu Clarksville, from 5J.0J0 to
Tlie express car was iu charge of
Messenger L C llrennon. The train,
No. 102, left Memphis at 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon. The robbery occurred
four miles east of Clarksville at
9:3 o'clock, it is supposed the robber
bnarrlel the train at Clarksville.
When a few minutes out he entered
the car .and ordered the messenger
to open the safe, which was
iione. After securing koiuc money tho
robbr pulled the bell cord. When
the traiu slackened it tpeed he jumped
off aud made his escape. At midnight
bloodhounds were placed on the bandit's
trail and it is thought he will be
ciiptured be ore morn ng. The passengers
were not disturbed and knew
nothing of the robbery until it was
by the messenger.
Sliuilnc Jln' Trunk Fonnit.
BitADFOitii Juitcriox, O., June 23. A
farmer tivu miles south of hero found
a trunk wrapped in clothes line in his
barn Tuesday. The trunk, it was found,
belonged to John Henry who has been
missing since Juno 11, anJ contained
his clothing. How- it got there is a
SI. C. l.lllcy U-.l. v
Columbus, O., June 20. Capt M. C.
Lilley, aged 7rt. known all over the
United Slates as the foun ler of regalia-making
establishments here, died
suddenly Tuesday morning.
The Anton) z C'ntitnrt Resign.
London; June 23 A dispatch to tho
Times from Santiago de Chili says that
the Antunez cabinet has resigned.
The retiring cabinet is liberal.
Padl'cait, Ky., June 25. A j
cane Thursday sweptover the city and .
did great damage to buildings. The '
'Adams Express wagoa, standine on
the levee, was b'.owa somi distance,
together with the horse and driver.
At Mayfldld Mrs. A. M. Jones and
child were thrown out of a buggy and
seriously injure L
YVIII Ilurd f..r Uli ai I Ons.
Asiila:d, Kv., Juue 2" Arrange
ments have just been completed with
eastern capitalist to sink a number of
wells for oil nnd gas in tho country p
nar th's place. T.vo hava
been taking leases for sonn time and
nearly all the desirable property is
now under contract.
struck by L c'ltnlnc.
AklixgtoN, Ky., Juno Si. Jjightning
struck the residence of William
two miles northeast of town,
early Thursday morning. Tho residence
of G. S. llollenbtck, in the center
of the town, waj also struck, demolished
Jrt'.qa ten in
Iloi'Ki.NsViLLl:, Ky.. June 25 During
a sturin here Wednesday morniug
two earthq lake sliocksjiverc felt. Thu
khf.kingo. the w lls,vi large buildings
was perceptible to everybody. 'The
v.bratious were from west to cast.
Vftn" Filit )er m 51hi.' AtT o'.lnnft.
CATLirrrfiUuno, Ky., June UV Dolly
Lewi and Kite Parians onjj iged an an
unlimited round C3ntes,t over tho affections
,of hatnuel Bovtman. Uliey
are aow in the same cell aud seem to
hare no fight left in them.
p'v. 0"lVrroil.t I. laifton.
Lexisoxox. June"25, Gov.Chas.
Tp'Ferrellof. ''inTR,'aBd3iis st&lf
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ivere1aerBTiTifici.raiH .irnpnit nr..ruv. 7.. - .
f,, . - . -,
orld; of stle -
JQ--' - 1fc
.rr ? Ck -.?-; A.
WM l if
Hio influence oC the mother 1 It
shapoi tho course of -unborn
erations cobs abundincr through,
all comintr aseb and enters the
confines of Eternity.
"EZith care, therefore,
should the Expectant Mother be
ETuexded, and hoisr great the effort
"bo to off danger and
ma3ce her life , happy.
system that is made
easy and the time of recovery
shortened many say "stronger
after than before confinement."
It insures safety to life of both
mother and child. All who have
USed "ftolbcr's Friend" say they
yziu. iiexer oe witnout it egam.
Ko other remedy robs confinement
of its pain.
"A rntomr vlto -wire uod Mfotlier'a Friend,
mitp that if fho fctil to ko through tho ordw.l
Kin, onrt wore cat lemr bottles to be
oitJinM.rnd tlie co't v $100X0 por bottle he
would hz.ro thsm."
TO "!Xr'yrrAVT KOTTT'vs" mill fre coouiaioe
r&lnblc inforutatioa aad Twluatftiy letuaionUls.
VOi.0 RX XU. PRUU&CIST6.
TO ScLL STAMPS.
A liirga Kambornf I'nstmKStnrs
AYsiii.oto?, June 2G. Among the
Friday were the following for Ken- j
tucUy: Battletown, Meade county,
M. J.. Bennett, vice J. A. Bennett, rc
signei; Cottonburg, MadUon county,
J. II. Long, vice D. J. Smith, resign-i ;
Croosland, Calloway county, J. D. Mi-Leod,
vice C W. Atkins,
Flagfork, Franklin county, A. V.
vice James Waldner, resigned;
Flat, Wolfe county, S. D. Hobbs, vice
Levi Couch, removed; fuka, L.vingston
county, D. A. Sexton, viceS. a Wallace,
removed; Jamestown. Russell county,
A. A.Falkenburg, vice O. B. Vaughn, removed;
Kingston.Madison county, T. C
W itt, vice J. J. Barclay, removed;
Wayno county, Jerry luggle,
vice J. N Snephard, resigned; North
Middletown, Bourbon county, II. C.
Peters, vice G. F. Uradlcy, nimoved;
Oakley, Laurol Lucinda
vice H. B. Bennington, removed;
Pettit, Daviess county, G. . Dod-son
vice Nannie Nave, resigned;
Priceville, Hart county, Shirlio
Gardner, vice J. W. Cordcr, resigned;
Relief, Morgan county, J. M. Ferguson,
vice Solla Sherman: Rockcastle,
Trigg county, A. J. Collins,
vice S. E. Stanrid, resigned; Rowland,
Lincoln county, Frank Cordier, vice
A. Ij. Shclton, removed; Shelby City,
Boyle county, J. M. Gooch, vice S. I).
McFerran, resigned; Tildcn, Webster
county, A. D. Cioyd, vice Noah Tapp,
removed; Warsaw, Gallatin countv,
T. IL Kirby, vice S.-B. Oiambers, re--i
moved; locum, Morgan county, W. S.
Bay, vice J. M. Moxei, removed.
Usrrow'y Ksrsp Irownlnc nt tho Falls
Louisville, June 20. Three
prominent citizens of Toledo, O., had
a narrow escape from drowning- Friday
afternoon. They had just arrived
in this city from Cincinnati on the
naphta launch RestlebS, on their way
to the great lakes. Yv'hen they got to
the canal, instead of going through,
they steered the boat straight for the
not knowing the risk they were running.
Tho boat was caught in the
Kentucky chute and was rapidly being
carried to destruction when the men
on the lookout at the life-savers'
station saw them ami gave the alarnx
Capt. Dcvm sent a skiff to their rescue,
and they were caught just as the
prow of the launch was going
tne falls. The l.f a savers towed them
. , , . . . . ...
TO lilt Minn M mot-a thmr ,wM ,.r.
. . ... ,,., V .
tu U..UU.. u;j u.i(G wicii names
Gns Weber, Perry Lawreno and llert
Wilson. The party will procel n
their way to the great lakes Saturday
- An Fimlly.
Paducaii. Ky., June 2a Mrs.
orthington, who lived threo
miles 'rom the city, in Illinois, died
Thuridty of blood poisoning. Her
ten-days-old babe die 1 from the same
cause about the same hour and in the
same be i. Both were buried in ti.e
same grave Friday. Last September
Mrs. orthington, in a quarrel with
her sister K taline, struck her on the
had with a broom handle and instantly
killed her. Sae was indicted
lor manslaughter, bu the case never
came to trial. Since the tragedy five
members of the family have died.
DetrrmlRett to Mob Vlolrnve.
FramvKort, Ky., June 28 The governor
of Kentucky is determined to
prevent mob si0lcnce in this state.
While every one kaonai that the soldier
boy were going to Simpson
county to protect George Dinning tho
Negro who is to be tried there next
week, none suspected that cannon
wo,u!d be necessary to prevent mob
violence, but acting Governor Worth-in
gton thought otherwise, and two
cannon were loaded on flat ears here
Friday night to In shipped to Franklin.
lltor Moors' IVtrwelL
Lexixgton, Ky., Juno 20. The Bluo
Grass Blade has given up the ghost for
keeps. Editor Moore explains that he
had to quit because he is out of money.
Ho says in tho dying issue of the paper:
"1 never intend, so help me
Jupiter Olympus, to ask again any human
being or any other variety of an-
imaL any god, I, -angel ghost
or angel, to assist me to the extent of
i l a : ..i to
one single red cent in editing tho Blue
CIKCIWKATL Juno 3.
FLOnn Spring lancy. sprlni
lamily. Hlli3.3J. spring latent. (4.1924 51:
ivlater patent. tlZvQiCO; lancy.
Imily, extra. Si'SJjs 00, low
cride. ttij.ii0; rye. Northttestera, ItJSg
4.4; do eWy. !35ai4i
U nun-Salos: Na 2 red. trck. SPc.
Coits Sales: Mixed, ear, iradc.SiJic.
Oats sales; .No. 2 white, track. I2Kc: do at
elevator. Sic: Ko 3 white.- tnpk. Slc: Na i
mixed, track, sic. sampla zclied, at elcv.tor,
Krc Sales: Sample, to arrive. Sic.
Hugs beiect shippers', select
lute e . S:0 U.&.; (air ta good p&tkM
S.iis 5 I ir t) rocd Mrnt, 11453 S3Hr
coiumoa aadroasbi, j3u03.,C.
tcATTLr Pair to coad shtpjcr', SLOO.tCO;
exports. ,4 d5it4 75 aood to uholco butcher',
(1W) 4,35; lair to medium butcher".
Sheep ami Lamdi JIS
3 35 Rood to choict, $i65 ."15. common ta
good te chJlce, fljJiittJ, cwnmai to tdr.
SJL50 t4 ?5
VeAt. to gil Uglr.. 5 0)
6T5 ,xtr, 7 007.ii; common a:.L U,
Vk.0l Unvashed, Dao merino. 10 1 re per
lb. gu clothing. U sUu
deiatm J3 il lei brild Ualler
medium ro ublaj, .4 411c. Vmhsd, tins meri .
00 a to x, i3o; medium clothlnr, il3t c;
SelatnoJJ:cj, l3&16s: Ion? ebixbiat, lz7e; i
and low. lisllci commoai
coarse. lJtflJe; -
Wnr t June, TfiMe blu 7; iiop;en:'
ocrtumi; iJecorawfr,7lii. r
, bid- 1 hjust. Xa-- Waj"
oait afkeo. r
M - ., .Hl fe.lc'o: Juae JSjT
wheat Juiw, 73e: Jalri TJ4tj
rCWMt - J.i3iTAlir; ' ;Sftt4MlMCT
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ii . i -J i rifcmi 1Lij; ia t..i m -A
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Th of AtpaU Kiyarsrs tho Dv
rlslnn ! Jnclgra Cantrlll.
YTbakkfout. Ky., June 24. In the
Court of appeals Wednesday tr.ornlng
Judge Durelle haadod down an opinion
reveriinff tho dec "slon of Ju ign
in"tne state bond case
and upholding the constitutionality of
the recent act and the validity of the
proposed issue. The point of the
opinion, which is exhaustive an 1 able,
is that tho constitution irameri, in
limiting to $ 10,000 the debt
which the lfgislature could
contract to meet a deficit in the
revenue, wera looking to the future
and not to tlie debts already contracted
for such purpose. It adds" that the
constitution iramcrs wore evidently
nware that therj wa. alreaJy
1 such a debt !)vhleh amounted
tomorethin 550J,00q"andif they meant
to include that intho limitation, the
latter had b'en already and
they syouid hava. been prohibiting the
legislature from doing a thinj already
IN A thunj:.
Two Cillilrnn. 1 tjrlur Illlo and Soe.
Ciafht by n Snrin Lic inil
Hexdrksox, Ky. June 2. When an
old truntc was opened in the hum of
Joseph Melton, near Bordley, in U .ion
county, the fatner found his two l.ttlo
girls lying In it, smothered to deat j.
Lnura, 7, and Jennie, 5, lay looked in
each other's arms.
Wh.le their parents were absent tho
children had been playing hide and
seek with three other tots. While
for a gool hiding placa tho
two evi lently thought of an old trunk
In the cellar. They crawled into ll
and closed the lid.
The other children ha I been search
lng for three hours when Melton and
his wife returned. Fat.ier an 1 mothor
conducted a distracted search for an
hour before tho trunk was thought of,
A spring loe'e had made it an air tSht
Harr l'ul Um umiu .toU fur tho
Louisville, Ky., June 24. Harry CL
Pulliain, president o: the Louisvillo
baseball club, was nominated for the
legislature br the democrats of hi
legislative district in this city at Tue'
day's primary. Mr. Pulliam's selection
was all the more a compliment because
he did not have an opportunity
to m ike a canvass, being away from
the city with the Colonels during the
entire campaign. The mdmberj of the
Louisville team telegraphed their
thank? to the voters of the district
Wednesday morning, and promised in
return to land the Colonels in the first
CnnIuctor fir Om
LracirtOTox, Ky., June 24. On Thursday
the young ladies of this city will
take tharge of and conduct the electric
street cars to collect fares for the
benefit of the Children's home. Among
the young women who will servo in
the capacity of motormen and conductors
are Misses Sarah Scott, Daysie
Winston, Margaret Darnall, V.rginia
Nancy Lyle, Clara Dudley, Mary May,
Carry M irtin, May Boswell, Ruth and
May.no Clar.c, Belle Pjarsou, Mina
and Grace G odloc, Mary Robinson,
Mary Dillake and others.
I irtlcrnl for Ino uittr 3!nilnn.!:htr.
Bkxtox, Ky., June 24. The grand
jury naa adjourne I after a nine-days'
t,ess'on. ind ctmeats were
found, mostly for gaming and
Miss I la Gaines, the pretty
19-yea--old girl who shot and killed
IaTc Ru iolph a few months ago, was
indicted y the grand jnry for
manslaughter. She was playing
with, as she thought, an empty
when, po'nting it at the boy,
it fired, the ball taking effect in the
young man's brain. Her trial i set
Ar-! IVnniHii liln ba t'lnly.
Ei.kton, Kv., June 2. Mrs. Ann
RjsscI, an aged and respected woman,
who resided about five miles east of
this city, on the Allcnsville pike, died
suddenly Tuesdar imrning at 10
a'clock. She was 77 years of ago.
I), nnlii: Tri i I'o.tp moil.
Lexington, Ky, Junu 21. A company
of Kentucky State guards
to guard Gjorge Dennkig from
Louisville to Frankfort were halte I
htra and sent home by a telegram
from Cob E IL Gaither stating that
the trial had been postponed.
ISny llurlartConf ras.
Lkxinqtov, Ky., June 24. Charles
JolmsTn, John Wallace and Chick
Sander, boys, aged 15, 10 and 17, respectively,
were arrested hero at an
ear y hour charged with rpbbing the
residence o Thotms McLaughlin of
S145. 1 hey confessed.
l!csp"il I'f'in Ctu rht.
Aki.ixotux. Ky., June 24. Murderer
S'ephens. who w.ii e han leuffod jumped
through-a wimlo.v of the I. C near
C. in ton Sunday night, was ciught at
the tank he-e Wedncs lay a ternoon.
One thousand dollars rewar.l wai offered
Krt Der Murlr. .
LA5T LivriitrooL, O, June 24. Ztch
Rob.ns n. of Pit'sourgh, who has
been on trial at for the murder
o his wife, Alice, in this city, a few
weeks ago, was Wednesday found
gmitv of murler in the firt degree.
The jury was out less than ,ix hour
A motion for a new trial was file L A
pirn of insanity was mxd i by
II it V ctimi "w Orleans. .
New Orleans, Jnne 24. Tho intense
heat continues hers. Five deaths
were report 3 1 Wednesdiy, among
them is B-shop Da.lley, a well known
Confarr tl on and
Cr.r.VBi.A.XD. O.. JuaoUl. Tha
of tho Western Reserve university,
at thvir meeting WedneslayJ conferred
tho decree of LL.D. upon; President
McKinley and Samuel F. YiHiamson,
of this city. 7
Deuth of C. 11. Owens.
Somerset, Ky., Junj 21. G. B.
Owens, a prominent citizsn of tbia
city, for several years connected with
the First National Dink, is dead.
A l..xl icton I'ailurc
Lexisotox. Ky., June '2i. Bartlett,
t beibreoht 1 Monctiy morniufj
to rrel v. lUrlletL 'Ihetr atststd include
the Sout. Uroadivay Coal Co.,
valued at Liabilities unknown,
H"ht i lt rty of ISniio lluitpri FootI on
I tin liinndof S 10 NichuWn.
Loso Bsaci;. Cal., June Ji After
nuariy three; "Weeks' sojourn on the barren
ulanJ jfi Son Nicholas, a party of
relic hnnters reaehtd Jjoa lieac.i
ilonduy loaded, n'.tli skeletons, ikulis
and ancient imD.cmate and ornaments
of btoae and bhcTls, the re
rutins uf historic tribes, 'lho party
(ouud b7 "skulls burjed in the sand
of the but were only able
to secure thrjje entire. They made
on" es.MVl80H,.iw,sn y feet square, iu
wh'ca h j found ninq skeletons in a
crouching attitude, as if the men,
and children had bem buried alivo.
In another place they found the
of hnudre is o b htd
"been burued. Kviieucd tras found
that tlw island w w inhibit I by two
or wore diCoren traces, one of which
was of great Size, peculur characteristics
beinr jaw bones, t
UnuAiTA, 0 Juno Judge
ottliccommot pleas court, rendered
his deciIoaMoaday"oa the general
demurrer to the 3indtetraeutsxe
uraed afjalnst Z. T. "Iewl, the bond
Ths overruled jthe -de
i murrer ron all ooints and fixed
iaafc of Lewis
t . .
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t5r y--v -- ,- ' "5? .''i,apT''.
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I trl" I I. J Every Merchant ? P
Ij ffi.!jSf ' I t OUGHT TO USE. S I
) Ig JW ' i 5 "JSriiT S V
That p 5
5 sensation In tbe throat Is lCRtiintly gt
t relieved by Br. Bell's c?
g Honoy n wonderful remedy for
couRhi nnd all troubles rented by t
of tbe iiiucouh IS
Plnllauimutlon throat and roaplrstory t
organs. A purely egetablo ig
3 pound. It contains nothlnjr .)enl- j
g int? and Invigorating mcdlclUHl
g crtlcs. It Is guaranteed to cum the tf
3 most stubborn coughs ns well ns
aslhmo, bronchitis, sore throat, La r
S Grippe, whooping cough, and croup, g
I DR, BELL'S H
Is sold everywhere at ISc, s?
40c and ILU0 a bottte, or
T.HI re sent npon receipt
of price by !
Tito E. K Sntltcr nnd 8
SUPPLY THE TRADE
Our f.irtory mi Laurel Sireel in
irt now runninu', ami we arp
prepared to till orders for twift of the
"Priis ol Riekmnd," I
if "I. i, 0 " ul If
ll "hir o! Jacks" ff
Drandp, thrciuni'ie. Wo can pave you
Dionev Sen I us a trial order; you 'till
lie v,hn wiili our prodinta.
pli'.ised to liiar lioiu country merchants.
White g Rous,
49 Kiciimoxd, Ky.
M:vri)ii armv. jenrrn puu
v A new, rdiatlo and aorei.of for mjv
t rm ri K 'u od hy orrr EO.eno
r '"" t'" ' Jl
rv W wn,, ice-is JCaino
I (3 'S Wf' '"is. spjUI Lot It. Tent
1 CI t7 a.l la pliln wra, rr. Said ? in
t scunptfnr partliiUrn. Ho! J (
" CM-AS-III-TION, t Ux .
Sold by Kiclin.oiid Driit: Co. and W.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets. Ail
Druceists rcf.imi the money if it faiN to Pure.
25-. For sale by W. O. White, DniBirist,
Ky. uiclul Cm
A New Cheap Cash Grocery
sAIND FRUIT HOUSEJfe
Opened next door to Richmond National Bank. Below we
quote a few of our prices :
Bat flranulatPil Snjrar 20 lbs. for
Arbuckle's Coffee 2 lbs. for
r.est Itraml Canned Corn 7',c. 2 for
Host Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 cans for
IJct Maple Loaf Lnnl. 4 lbs. tor
Itel Star Wash Boards
Ilst Coal Oil per
1'are Stick Candy 2 lbs. for
Tare Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for
Other goods in proportion to
mc a call and be convinced.
HIGH GRACE WORK - GIVES
Consequently is lies! for
A Full Line of
Vcalso "1 DOVETAIL
DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IN THE WBITL ms.
Eas Rscectly bseif Coayorled Into a Modern . Palace
and Eutnvnea are Mjirtflfs and of the Finest Quality.
2000 Yards o! Brilliant, NeT,u Velvet Carpet Adora tne Floors
- - - 0K UKlMlOtmS, PAIsLlUS A.l) Ill'l'KIt HAI.LS. - - -
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...I.. i n.iy in 'i..pi '"" "ir"
Offices cfid J3g
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a. s- Have3en JixnenIed
:;:ht; !-?!: . .. v jth.
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LffWiiD IT AbUiaA. A VIVROBVUb TUlBVu. LJ, fl-M 4 ..Ir b: . -A
filudcat of theoriai IjuiiuM 4?'$, - ! f' r fl
h ; i vbb vnua xbbkiv hi iib' - (-. ji jt ." . . .
mi" t , 't, sr - - y. t i "ililiJirriiiitiiiTn n nwriiiiTinTiii
1 1 wS i f
V "HAMILTON" r m
PKK KNT "forcettlnc; to charce."
fllnptrtrs over accounts.
niKic.1T rxKiMKea or an Kinus,
A;Ct)RATKL.Y reoord cash suleo.
MAKK three bills at one writing.
- Used or Retailers Everywhere.
Wnte lor circular.
Hamilton AntoracWc Register Co.
HAMILTON, OHIO. W
Notice to Debtor?.
ITavinirbetn appointed Trnte? of tl.c
Uru Company, notice is hereby Riven
,iat all account due sa.d firm must be settled
niued lately with the undersigned.
W. K. TOWERS.
' r. n r i . i i . 1 1 1 1 1 . v 1 1 1 1 n
A STRAIGHT DK10CRATIC.
For the Free Coinujrenf Silver.
For the Chicuo Platform.
For theDeinocnitic Nominees.
For the Interest of the Masses.
All the Latest Telegraphic-News.
All the Latest State News.
All theLatest Market Reports
Correct Market Reports.
Correct Com t Reports.
Reliable News Reports.
Ilone&t Editorial Policy.
T e - '. i u - " e Dispatch and The
Climax oacyear for - St'75
Jityular J'rice Weekly Dispatch
SJ.U0) and Climax ($1.25),
TTho can thlDk
Wanted-An Idea of tbiOKtocaientr som simple
Prft IiImu; ther mar bring you wealth
Writ. iAhm TA'HinFliHtTRS Patrat
cejs. Washington. 1. X. Tir their ttU) prtto oiler
tad list or wo hundred turcuUou waated.
numerous to mention, Give
"Wholesale and Retail.
THE GGHSUMER SJT1SFJCTI0H,
the Dealer to handle.
IND. Ca. toiiCeUesJ St.
! Make i
P C &3T
I J&r j0v
3Sp business men
Sk nSc1bl ik everywhere.
fVfSLW I "i f Hi i 7 A
a Vfcl't8 P5Une fr0ia a
Crow's Tail, nor a -rd
Dicycle Cast i. &
Thc MONARCH &
I ! g X ?
bright f3 ' T v"
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w us L
1 MONARCH CYCLE CO.,
New York Locdon. 0
(Note ll Is to ay. Ibis ai. ma i.ol fpcur uzii. i
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v m kr ;w cei I I f r rHtrmn ih
a.--s kach t r .h twxi flr' irjci -
the in t tv in x (ti kat wt lrr
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enin to ki mi5t V- ilitrnt ti4 f mi t a 1
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ii frtKre wbvrriMwB wti
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Tkk M'ny itrtHmi jb o . B ii
h i attract I nrtfratM'tM i
-at afut i e a e y mc 9& nw
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i thi'ttu IK
Ifv u i . t "i le
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t i I i
, Main Strat.
' (Opoiie CiHiKlon )
( Country Produce Bought snd
; Soi,l iL.rk.t
Sra TRADE CCSICHS. MARKS,
Anrone sendli; s lrtc h ari. Jevriptlon ir
qii cScly ascertain. fr. wfaetjer mi inTeot ri is
probablr patcitHblo Coauanratio!9 etnctlv
uIMential. Oldest aceacj t r ur nit
In America. o hire a W ash i wt"n otHc.
Tatenta taken lbro;i,h Moca i. Co- reT
epecul not.ee In tlie
txsintlfnl'r inastrT'ii, nnMlm of
iinr uticuthc Joumm w
!.0 sn months, "pocln n uiindluju
Uuux ON l'ATKSTS :do. frwe. AJOrwj
KUNN i CC,
CC1 Broada. ur i or!i.
n ho ran form fe aiinhrof wit. f
tn ir more wortN. v- f e nnd f ., " i tt
tintt'Ht IlOlrD.V V I
w nieir be uil but
erbi h. ihJ
it out ii th-i iiiinn Holy, hay dty hil. Pie
TiiKMNvSiiT'nTH i in ,; t to
If! i i ilitw ra H Kh ; t; or ih wmj
en r ihf ien 'iv t
a rnu 'f vhichi.H eacti.
co i h r i on r th jmrpj ntrr idinjc a
tit riT wftfkl . whiIi lin It irc irt" twium
1k t on and thrt j in I I t on r it-
i'hitrrn 1 ae "Itl nrul r y r
ener thiroHtMi it f incHHnry for o i t h
year it(of wordK. a d . t p n en tin
anoitrap b or mil (i'i a .ii wi ie
lh It time iT'tr i..h by ; .Mnchn
wie i ii f j Na m ua i rnv ik o re tjrH
n jjrt.iou. i intf m a b pm ii a o.4ce. Tn
d it.im.fioc cim,o i I b print!
member. every ooi te tmlrt a r i
as ni I m jrv of ii V r m F r
Hal ai true nntion t ti - on w
Great German Remedy,
1 'm'' 1
For tie Immediate Belief
id Positivo Cure ci
IndoriKl by physicians of the highest sfcKldlnjj. I
2io. per bos.
Fox Sals by au. DitrccisTS.
R. I HUNSTGGK GHEHIGAL CO.,
i HANMISAL, MO.
SDID .... i
mVOFl s& m
Get one of our statements of your
to this JSrm? We are suroyou
have overlooked it, aud take this method
of urging a prompt settlement of "jour
account. In ordr to keep up our imapr
proachable stock of dry goods and ladies'
furnishings, it is imperative that the old
accounts be settled. You so how that
is. All work and no play makes" Veador
and John-dull boys.
feav wm& WW i
e- - t
.m cam.. "
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A toi .
fili'unt.". Sifpcrfor in tljo South, r.ito of 3 F ' -
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