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The Richmond Climax.
"We are authorized to announce H.
C. Rice a candidate for re-election of
Police Judge of Richmond, subject
to the action of the primary July 15.
FOR CITY ATTOBXKY.
"Ve are authorized to announce
Gkeex Clay a candidate for the
office of City Attorney, of Richmond,
Ky., subject to the action of the
"We are authortoul to announced,
Talbot JacksoiVti candidate for
Ciy Attorney, oi Richmond, Ky.,
Subject to the actiou of tire Democratic
"We are authorized io announce D.
P. Abmkb a candidate for Mayor of
Richmond, subject to the action of
the Democratic parly.
"We are authorized w announce
J. B. Stouffek a candidate for
Mavor of Richmond, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
"We are authorized io announce J. "W.
Bilks a candidate for Mayor of Richmond,
bubject to the action of the Democratic
"We are authorized to announce Henry
L. Perm a candidate for Councilman
from University Precinct, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary, July
AVe are authorized to announce S. P.
Deathuuge a candidate for Councilman
from the University Precinct, subject to
the actiou of the Democratic party.
e are authorized to announce W
Tj. AhnolI) a candidate lor Councilman
in the Uniersity Precinct, (subject
to the action of the Democratic
primary, July 15.
"We authorized to announce Cai.
Mawi'1 a candidate for Councilman
in City Hall Precinct, Subject to the
Democratic primary July 15.
AW are authorized to announce D.
R. Tevis a candidate for Councilman
of Court House ward, subject to
the action of thv primary election
"We are authorized to announce J.
"V. Fkeemax a candidate for Councilman
in Court Hou-e ward, subject
to the action of the primary election
Wo are authorized to announce Geo.
Pickkls a candidate for Councilman
in Court House precinct, subject to
the primary election, July 15.
We are authorized to announce J.
A. Mkiimion for re-election, for Councilman
in the City Hall precinct,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary, July 15.
We are aulhorized to announce C.
T. "Wells a candidate for Councilman
in the City Hall precinct, subject
to the Democratic primary. July 15.
"We are authorized to announce
John R. Gijjson a candidate for
Councilman from the University
Precinct, subject to the action of the
FOR M CISTBATE.
"Wc are authorized to announce
J. R. Hesry a candidate for
of Kirksville Precinct, subject
to tlie action of the Democratic party,
on the free turnpike ticket.
"We are authorized to announce X. U.
Ti'Ki'ix a candidate for Matrisrrate
in Richmond precinct, subject to the
primary election, July 15.
ft. N. I. & B. B. R.
Time Table No. 20, Taking Effect Sun-
day, May 2, 180G.
J 1st Cla 2d Ohss.
east boum No i JfO 3 No9
Ex bun Ex SunjEx bun
A. M. P M A M.
Versailles 10 20 B 37 6 55
Xicholasville 11 00 7 26 10 12
Valley View 11 2.1 6 00 10 M
Million 11 -10 8 13 11 20
Bichmond. HM 8 SO 11 48
P. M. P M
Union 12 13 12 SO
Moberlev. 12 16 1 05
Urassfield 12 30 Wmf 2 00
Panola 12 35 i 2 15
Imne 1 05 3 20
Xo."2T!fo 4 I No. 8 No 10
west bodvd. Ex bun Ex Sun Ex fcun Ex Sun
A. M. P. M. P. M. A M
Irvine 1 30 3 40
Panola 1 55 4 23
Brassfield 2 00 4 40
Moberley 2 11 5 10
Union 2 17 5 15
Richmond. 6 05 2 Xi 5 40 S 00
Million. 8 2) 4 00 5 3J
Vallev Ww Ul US 5 57
XlcholaRTille 6 58 4 40 4S
Vt rsailles 7 55 5 30 .. S 35
A. M P M. P. M. A. M
All trains connect with LouisTille Southe
tnins to and from Louisville.
All trains connect with C If O A.T P trai
to and from Cincinnati
J. W ROCK. Train Dispatcher.
w u. auams, supenntonflent
MADE ME A MAM
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XLrrrou JHti Jr tkllina Mem
by Abmse or other Exceaea and lndit
creUons, They quickly an ft aurtly
rauore uxx, mum in oia or roans ana
fit a man for ladr bunine or marn>
rirvnt Insanity and Consumption if
kantnuma. Tlifcirope ktiowa imtcediate
meat and eflecta a CTCltE hre a!Pbthr fail
npon hiring the sesntna Ajax Tablets Ttcy
hai carvd tliousanda aiul will care you. We sure
written enarante to eaect a cor RO PTQ
each cm or refund the money Price w w I w per
b&ckai?e. or six rkn (foil treaimentl for L5TL Br
mau. in plain wrapnrr tipon rrceint of rice Circular
ina AJAX REMEDY CO., n.
Forsale In Richmond Ky., by Hajari K
Corrugated Tubing, 1 1-4 in.
Oil Reservoir Hubs.
Write for a. Catalogue.
Every Wheel Warranted.
Deal Direct With Us.
H. KALBACH & SON,
HE MTS THE..
...TOO PIT FOR THE.
MO. S; SEGOIID STREET.
PfcooeJfo. 3.. RiCfflOpjYj
TU Nrwi From A'X Iart of tliO
An ii f iho Kiv r 117 the OiUml
- Stale Arnif
Ashland, Ky, July 5. An inspeo
tioa has jUbt been made by tne United
States army engineers of the lhj Sandy
rvec to ascertain tae advisability of
putting in loc cs and dams. 'I here are
valuable deposits of oil and bitum.tious
and cannel coal along the river, and
making navijratioa possible the year
through would be a great stimulus to
trade in thU part of the country. A
very favorable report it expected from
jhe engineers, naif there is no reason
thy there should not bo govorumint
appropriations to improve this region,
as the natural resources arc superior
to that in the country drained bv
.tether the Kanawlfo or Kentucky
both of which have bsen im-proved
by the government.
Tlerbrrt Urovi Ieldl With an OtUcT
IVlio Arr trd II'
Ci.av ClTV, Ky., July 5. Ilerbcrt M.
Brown, of btsntou, was shot twice,
once in the groin noil aain in the le;r,
by IVancis Ulythc Illy the was acting
as special policeman, an-i arretted
William llarJuiclc, of Stanton, for
disorderly conduct. Urown and other
Stantonitos attempted totaka
away from Wythe, which caused
tho shooting. Urown is fatally injured
and will die. Two storios aro
afloat, one that ltrown drew a, revolver
first, and the other that he'did not.
Illy tho is under arrest.
A Damsre tuU Fill.
'Revton, Ky.. July 5. E'jht months
ago County JulifO J. J. Drpriest ordered
Attorney II. M. Heath locked up
in jail for the court. -Heath
hen filed suit a;jaint the judjje 'or
$1S,0)3 damages for false imprisonment.
The case terminated in a victory
for Dupr'est. It created quite a
rcnsatioa at the time on account of the
promincpee of the priuopiK, though
tho Jury's vsrdlct was generally expected.
Mllo Tanier Stbbrt.
L vscastei, Ky., July 5, At Mc
Crcary, five miles from here, Mike
Turner, brother of S. D. Turner, who
is in jail f r killing Marion Sebastian,
was ntabbd by Cuarlea Dcuny, color-id.
Ills wounds are not fataL, The
troublo arose over a settlement for
Mnnnfliln XKtll!rr n troy e t.
Ownrkscono, Ky.. Ju'y 5 Division
Deputy Revenue Collector Orfia Dj-haven
captured and destroyed a
distillery near Leitchfiald, Ky.,
ju Little CTi.t3' creek. About .TOO pjl
ions ofbocr and S5 jjallons of whisky
n.rtr all that rould b 'o"!!!!
MlnUrri II .in- Flrd.
Paducvii. Ky., July 5 The
o' Kev. J. Hunry I'allauce, o
lard Moucj, (Iravc;. county, was fired
by an aaJ partially destroyed.
A "nauIsoiDi residence on the
inc lot woi barned by aa i.icon lary
four years ajjo.
Of Victimi in Cl.f nnt;l riftotn
Uriel miii1v1 elite! l'r.trt..
ClClN'NVTI, July .". yjidav ile
beyond doubt how weil Uid S tl
can spit an 1 bro'.l a uution 1 huiidiy.
It was done to a turn, and served to
suit the nation's banquetrj.
The fires were turned on in the
nt o o'clocic with a temperature
of 73 decrees, and the slow but fierce
bake kppt up with rigor
throughout the IS hours that ensued,
reaching tho maximum at
according to the weather bureau's
reading, vthen mfrcuny stood upon h.s
tiptoes at OS degrje. The gravity of
the situation is attested by the num
ber of victims rcporte I, and especially
by the number v xatalilics. whicn
m nob or 15 The follow ing aro the
Mrs. Delia Einner, 112 Ea,t
uvenue; Charles hthaley, 1i!i
Delhi avenue; IJertha l)jcler. Front
and liutler streets Jacob Yo k, 213
McMicbei avenue: Toay Scheulie,
Elmwood Place: Iena llrenner, 112
McMicnen avenue; Ferdimnd
eltrich, nimwooi Puce; Anna
Ohio Maternity hospital; Alary
Oury, Kat Pearl street; Michael Win-ter,
1038 Main street; John oiler, ld)J
Race street; Fred Huehring, Western
avenue and Popular street; Christina
Fisse, 237(1 McMicken aven,ue: George
Slayowski, S57 Smith street; t Mr
Louise Merkel, 20 Spring street.
Eighteen other persons throughout
the city uere overcome by the heat,
somo of whom will die.
feeruiu Rlut Nt Mntl.
London, July 5 A dispatch to the
Times" from bimla says thtt a mob
there tried to seize a mosque but tho
'lice and troops opened fire aur. a seri
ns conflict ensued. Finally tln mob
was repulsed with heavy loss and took
to flight." The principil ring leader
was wounded and captured. Ile will
bo tried along with his chief followers.
Pttttbnrrb' Untlot Dy.
PnreEur.Gii, Pa., July 5. Sunday
nas Pittsburgh's hottest day but
owing to exceedingly low humidity no
fatalities nor serious prostrations resulted.
The government thermometer
registered US.4 as the maximum which
wasreacheAot 5 p.m. Ordinary every
day thermometers on the streets show,
ed the mercury ranging between 10J
and 110 almost the entire day.
IV. U Will.
Ashland, Ky., June 29 The will of
the late W. L. Oeiger has been established
by Judgj Hailey, of the Boyd
county court. Mr. Geier'-. fortune
wns estimated at about 8110,091, of
which 5100,000 was left to tho American
1 ract society and the balance to
the family, who contents J the mill.
froinlurnt Karinrr Klllt.
EUSSF.U.VH.I.E, Ky., 29. J. C
Lyon, a prom.ueat frrmer vho lived
at Keel, Ky.. was throw from a loed
of hay Mon lay anl instantly killed.
lie leaves a widow and fatnilv
of how hard
and that they
health in the
pursuit of money.
thousands o f
men who admit
-with a sort of
nride, and slap
themselves On the chest and laugh at the
idea they will some-day regret their recklessness
and neglect. They laugh at Death,
but in a short hile, a vtry short while, the
laurh is on the other side. Death waits
while they laris?h. He who lauphs last,
laughs best, and in due time Death dances
on the prostrate body of the laugher. There
are many funny things in this world but
death is not one of them. Neitner is ill-health
for it is oncof Death's weapons and
the most effective.
mVhfn a hard-working -man feels out of
Srts, and has a poor appetite, and doesat
sltep well, and goes to work. in the morning
tired-out and heavy headedxlie should take
Dr. Golden Medical Discovery. It
is and health-keeper
LRiown, It corrects all disorders of the
invigorates the liver, restores the
appetite and keeps :t hearty and keen. It
drives impurities from the blood and disease-germs
.from the IxMy It builds
healthy flesh, firm muscles, steady nerves
and active brain cells. It brings restful
sleep Rndrcstores ambition. It cures nervous
irritation; nervous exhaustion and nervous
prostration. It cures 1)3 per cenL of all
cases- of consumption. It is the discovery
of an eminent and skillful specialist, Dr.
R. V. Pierce, now and for thirty years past,
chief consulticr physician to the Invalids
Hotel and Surgical institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
ter -of good i
health, and good health is largely a .matter
of healthy activity of the bowels. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation,
toiam ak a ema -i tuii nnn vM i
taken do sotave to be taken always." One
it7i "Prfiri" . He laxative, and
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two a mma cathartic.
They -sever MU gripe. PELLETS.
5 tfr s s. . . Wt? 4J &
. s t3'
A "Segra 5turlrr. From
lo Frxikin fr TrMl.
I.ouisvitt."K, Ky., Jrno tl). Georgo
Dinning, u'Xegro murderer, was escorted
front this city to Frauxlin,
Simpson county, Monday morning, by
81 member of the Kentuukv statu
guard under tnd of Cupt. Xoel
Gaines. Dinning is charge I With thu
murder of Jod e Conn, a respected
county faruiqr, and -was brought
here three months ugo to awnd lynching.
11 s trial began Monday a
and the soldiers will remain in
Franklin duriug the progress of the
case. The militia were called out by
Gov. ISradley upon the r qtrsition of
the officials of Franklin county, who
fearc l that the mob spirit was still
And Minf VVnuii .,t in Mtiitlnc Aftrty
nt n lc am mi S rArht Firc.
Louisvillk, Ky., June2'J. A-special
to the fcvening l'ot irom .ucuburg,
'lorn Logan anl Wyatt Cooper
brought uujut a deadly shooting affray
at a picnic o i btrihtFjrk, in
which two were killed instantly and
many wounded. Logan and Coopjr
were deadly enemies, and wnen they
met at the picnic Logan opened fire,
killing Cooper at the firat shot. He
fired five oijier bullets into the prostrate
bod j and then th.3 litter's f rien is
took up the fijht and the shooting
gener.iL An unknown man was
killed and about -J were wounded,
some fatally, it is believed.
For th Fll ainetlnc ' thn LnuUvIlla
llrivuif unl Fair Ansoclwtmri Cminl.
Lofi8VH.t.K, Ky., Juno 29. Tho
stako entries" for the fall meeting o
the Louivillu Driving an I
have doed, and show a total
oi 417 entries for the 15 events. This
is niuca tae largest number of entries
ever rvceived by a trotting tract in
Kentuky. The amount to oe distributed
is in stages and S13.00J in
puracs. Tne meeting begins October
lb and continues ten day.
1 he officers if the association anticipate
the most successful m -cling ever
given in Kentucky E i tries for tho
purse evnti will not close until October
Washington-, June 29. The following
postmasters wero appointed Monday
in Kentucky: College Hill, Madison
county, A. W. Willijrn, v ec 2C. S.
Norria, removed; Oakwood, F.eming
county, W. U. Ilarvin, vice J. T. Jackson,
resigned; Peak's Hill, Pranklia
J. Pierce, vice W. M.
resignei; Slick It ck, Uarren
county, J. E. ltigirerstufF, vco C. IS.
Co.-, removed; bpring Lick, Grayson
county. It. M. Givens, vice J.C. Daniel,
West Port, Oldham county,
H. It. S. Jennings, vice It. II Palin,
HorB Tnlcr .Sliot.
HKNDEiaoN, Ky., June 29. A thief
refusing to give his name stole .1
blooded marc Friday night from Ma
rion Fcnuull, in 'Webster county, was
overtakon at Williams' Perry and
to surrender, firing three shots
at his pursuers, wounding one severely.
As the thief urged the animal into
the river the posse fired, and the culprit
tumbled into the water with a
shattered thigh bone.
Attempted to I'mtt a IlnleI Itlll.
Cati.kttsduikj, Ky.. Juue 29. Deputy
United Status Marshal Prichard, of
Grayson, swore out warrants Mon lay
for William Wilson and Henry Miller.
confined iu jail here, charged
w ith trying to pass a raised bill at Can-non-burg,
on June 9. The men will
1 e taken to Grayson on July 13, to be
tri -d be ore United States Commissioner
Ilink Krpiirtad In II ul
Frankfort, Ky., June 29. State
In'tfctor Lester returned Monday
morning from Covington, where ho
made an inspection of the office of
Clerk Wilson. Lester says no fees at
all were repor'cd in 1SJ, and that tho
accounts for lb93 wero not itemized,
andPlhat he will have to examine 13
dee 1 books before he will be able to
make a report.
Lkxingtov, Ky., June. 29. Tha will
of the late Hyron McClelland, tho
famous lioreman, was probated Monday
afternoon. He leaves S3, 009 each
to two brothers an I one sister, to
Frances McClellind, his adopted niece,
310,000. Iris wi e is made executrix
without bond His estate"will
itc something like S4UJ.000.
Kntnc7 SenntoriMl Kno.
Fkaxkfort, Ky June 29. A representative
of the late administration of
ex-Gov. John Young Urown says tho
latter will not be a candidate to
Lindsiy, and that the race for
the silverRe nomination will be fought
out between lllackburn
and ex-Congressman James 11.
Ci.at Cur. Ky., July-l. Wednesday
morning about 5 o'clock, as Mrs. Wm.
Patrick, of Old Clay City, was getting
breakfast for her husband, a little son
pulled a kettle of hot water off tho
stove onto him:i'lf. The child was
bcaldcd so badly that it died iu an
Mnrilereil From Amliuih.
MiDDLKsiiouo, Ky., July 1. John
Wilsoo, the wealthiest citizen in Clay
county, Kentucky, was shot and killed
from ambush. Ile had once been tried
for murder and acquitted. n It is
thought friends of the murdered man
believed Wilson guilty and killed him.
St CakrolliiiX, Ky., July 1. Pierce G.
Jfwinslow, member of a prominent
nas ueeii mysteriously missing,
llelcft his horse and buggy at
saying that he would return next
day from Louisville. The theory of
foul play isjeuerally accepted.
Artinc Gov. Vlirthlii!o Well Acin.
1 nANKFORT, Ky.. July 1. Acting
Gov. Worthington was seized with
crwilera morbus Tuesday night and for
several hours his life was despaired of.
He was much improved Wednesday
morning .and will soon recover from
his sudden illness.
To Ui Unarthunsr.
Lexington, Ky., July 1. The Fayette
county fiscal court has nbout decided
to replace tin courthouse, which
was so badly damaged by fire recently,
with an entirely new building, at a
tost of about toT,000.
A Cut ui!Ct'ft.
Lexikotov, Ky., July 1. Tlie livery
men of Lexington met Wedties lay afternoon
and reduced the rate of funeral
carriage hire from 4 to SiW). This
was occasioned by a cut iu the rates
by 11. 11. Wilson.
Fall ! tho ntrert.
OwEN'snoito, Ky., July 3.7rAugust
JFcischan, a well-known German farmer,
fell prostrated on tho streets
Wednesday, being' overcome by the
heat, and Is in a critical condition.
This is tho second victim in the last
31rrlf) I ort-a Float.
DeumiosXX, July 1. Godfrerl
-and Miss' Mary Urown, of
Ottovdle, will be married hero Saturday
on a Iloat in the Fourth of July
cclebratioi industrial parade. L.-cense,
minister and wadding ring will
be, furnished and tne couple presented
with a handsome bsdroouiTsuit,
Yle Or ul ui ten.
New Yohk, July 700
young men received diplomas from Yalo
Wednesday, divided as follows:
2U0f aclentific, 210; l-aw, 80;
80; medical, 3D. This is tho largest
class that ever graduated "from
Sentrncml II mr; .4U(?Jt SO.
Jackson. Tenn.. Pear
aons;Scolored, who murdered. San
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U4J WJTtfHUJG VUIIJIU, JklVla.H iW!?
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Few Appreciate the
to which the Exr
pectaut Mother is
exposed and the
which she looks
forward to the
hour of woman's
severest trial. All
effort should he
made to smooth
places in life's m
pathway for her.
allays Nervousness, and so assists
Nature that the chancre sroes for-
ward iu an easy -....- manner, without .. I
such violent protest in the way of .
vr tt , TTii ri.. I
Nausea, Headache, Etc Gloomy
yieia to cueenui auu
hopeful anticipations she passes
the ordeal quickly aud
without Tatn is left stronjr and
vigorous and enabled to joyously
perform the high aud holy duties
now devolved upon her. Safety
to life of both is assured by the
use of "Mother's Friend," and
the time of recovery shortened.
"I know one lad, the mother of three cbfldre n,
who Buffered grtitly In tlie birth of each, vrho
obtained & bottle cf Motrin' Friend' of me
before her fourth conCncment.and wa relieved
cuickljv All agree that their labor was ihorter
and leu painful" Jouri G. SUcon.Ga.
Sent bv Mail, on receipt of price. $1.00 PKR
BOTTLE. BookuTO EXlsEOrANT MOlllEKb"
nailed freo, containing valuable information
and voluntary te'litnoniida.
THE BaADFiriD BEGULATOK CO.JkTLAHTA.CA
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Lorisvu.i.K, Ky., July 1. A special
to the; Evening Post from Middlesboro,
Ky., Kayi,: John Wilson, the wealthiest
citiziMi in Clay county, Ky., was shot
and killed from ambush Tuesday
morning. He hid once been tried for
murder and acquitted. It is thought
friends of the murdered maji Lelieved
Wilson guilty and killed him.
Woolnn .11111 .Solil.
July 1. The oldest
woolen mill west of the Allegheny
mountains was knocked down at auction
Wednesday when the establishment
of Loud fc ltros , on tho corner
of Water street and Ayn-s alley, was
sold by master enmm ssioner to A. M.
Spotswood for 0,000. The mill had
been in operation 70 years.
l'uur Hunks Secure Juilcmnt.
Owi..hBoi:o, Ky., July 1. The First
national bank, Terre Haute, Ind.; German
Security bank, Louisville;
Hanking Co. and the Merchants'
bank, Louisville, secured judgment
Wednesday in the circuit court here
against the M. V. Monarch Co. for
Another lluiiaiu ..auclatlon l'nlln.
LouisvilXE, Ky.Jnly 1. rollojving
fast on the heels of the failure of the
Commercial Building Trust Wednesday
morning, which did a building
and loan business, the Columbia Building,
Loan and Savings association
A ednesday afternoon went to the
wall with assets aud liabilities of
S1G3.000 each. As in the casj of the
Commercial, the cause of tho failure is
the recent decision of the court of appeals
iu which the interest rate is attacked
aud declared Illegal. The officers
are Gen Basil W. Duke, president,
and J. W. Jenkins, secretary.
'Tlie Columbia Finance and Trust Co.
was made assignee.
- Mother and Daughter Sulcldp.
Owk.ssdoiio, Ky., July 1. Mrs.
Pauline Wcitmeicr and her daughter,
Mis Pauline Wcitmeicr, committed
su eide by taking carbolic acid'some
time Tuesday night. Both were
dressed in handsome clothes when
found by neighbors Wednesday morning.
On a table by the bedside were
two glasses which had contained car
bolic acid and a note saying they
to be buried just as found. They
conducted a dyeing establishment and
were in comfortable circumstances.
Mr.s. Weitmeier has a brother, Dr.
Ilenglcr, who is a prominent physician
in Patcrson, N. J. "
Annthnr CU on thu Hllllla.
Fiu.Mj.fort, Ky., J.une SO. Barren
county has called on the governor for
m.litia to protect Tol Stone, the Negro
charged with assaulting a girl school
there, istone is in jail at
Bowling Green, and his trial is set for
Monday, It is understood that A'cting
Gov. Worthington will send a detachment
of the guard now protecting
Dinning at Franklin, but the order
will not be issued till th"e latter part of
Grocer Ananlteci bran Unknown Man.
Paducah, Ky., June 30? Fred. Gal-man,
a well-known grocLry man. is
lying'at his homo in a serious condition,
as a result of being assaulted by
an unknown person while Walking
about on his own premises. Robbery
is suspected. Jack Johnson, who was
killed recently at Mayfleld by J.. M
Kirkland for abducting thelattcr's 13-year-old
daughter, was indicted in the
Graves. circuit court Tuesday for gaming.
A "VrrtUct of S3 OOO for a JAtr.
OwKSSUono, Ky., June 33. The jury
in tho case of Thomas J. While's
against Alta Cox, receiver
of tho fLouisville, St, Louis ,fc Texas
Kiilway Co., returned a verdict for
plaintiff in the sum of Sj,000. White
was constructing a pilo driver on
Blackford creek, this county, two
years ago, when it fell and killed him.
Wood fort Conntjr lluys Turnpike.
"VhitSAij.i.ns,. Ky., Juno 30. Woodford
county court Tuesday completed
the purchase of all turnpike roads in
this county, nearly 200 miles, at a cost
of about S40.OJ0. All toll gates will
be removed July I, and the vexed
turnpike problem in this county,
which provoked raids last winter, Is
Fir lit at a Church IVmlvtl.
McKixnky, Ky., June 30 la a difficulty
at Pine Liqe.church, where a
Negro festivaL was being held, Jim
Woodson shot Frank McKinneyln tho
knee, the baH Jodging In tho joint.
McKlnney in turn deposited the contents
of a shotgun, in Woodson's body.
Suits tn Collect Unaiaseil
Lkxixjton, Ky., June SO. Suits to
collect unassessed stato taxe3 for about
500,000 worth of property in Lexing-1
ton and Fayette county have been tiled
j by Auditor's Agent Crosthwait. Tho
defendants to tho suits aro wealthy
horsemen, farmers and business men,
YVrrut for Hank OMclnM.
Fi.KMijrosucr.o. Ky., Juno 30. Warrants
have teen issued for tho arrest
of President David Wilson and Cashier
Watson Andrews, of the defunct Exchange
bank. Andrews has been arrested
and released on bond. The
bank closed February 03, J800
T aebera Jtert.
JlowUSQ GltEEN, Ky.,Jua3 3). Tho
annual session of the State Teachers'
tsociatloa tnetTiere Tuesdayand will
remain in session three dayi, .and the
in charge has made
arrangements for the
Tliri'y'ar for MiinlTi
Fit anklet, Ky., June 30. 'The" case
of Uailey E lisonf who killed Loveil
Yhitesides hero sorm. time"""ugo, wa
completed Tueslay aiternoon','aad the
gavehim three years in
SHiton Auieuk j
Iiys8KU.YiLr.K, Ky., June J7 JIrs.
31. L. Oppenheimer.vTniUIner, aiiade tu
assignment Tuesuay a'fternooK ttiKE.
Pticlc, attorney. rjissets, S30(fc
ties. SI.GOftr , , t
J JTuiwi.UJiutln a Kicilnt Olinlr.
MriC Jofei b
0tzeL Uvtasriwvlles 41 Wr.
m9 atwwiy hwiuwi.' il
J Of Stt O Jird a i Atitivo IJnty
flu cllnc twn Ntro .
Ky., July 3.' Four companies
of tho Ivcatucrfy btate Guartl,
compr.sng about SOU men, are. now
under arms mid on active duty protecting
two Negroes 'rum anticipited'
mob violence. Green Dinning, charged
with murder at Franklin, blmpsoa
county, and Tol Stone, charged with
atlempteu assault at G.asgow. Stone
was taken from tho BpwiingGroeu jail
Thurslay morning and accjmpanted
by 1-J sold.er.i to the scene of his
crime, Glasgow. He id charged with
attempting to assault Miss Jones, a
teacher in Liberty college, sveral t
months ago, and was taken to Howl- I
ing Green or safo keeping. He feara J
that he will be lyncued, notwithstanding
tne soldiers. D.nnin at Franklin
Is being guarded night and day
by nearly three hundred soldier
to rreventr tho farmers o
Logan aud Simpson counties from
lynching him for knimg uwn.
who was one of a crowd of raiders
ho aUacked lhc inirtshomo
one nlght foT tho purposU 0f
ing him from tne county, ineiu inconsiderable
excitement nt Glasgow,
where the Stone Negro will bj put on
Fraxkm.v, Ky.. July 2. Private
Qninn, of the Frankfort company of
slate guard, is dangerously ill with
congestion of the brain and will huvo
to remain hers several duys after his
comrades leave. CoL Gaither has the
town and jtil carefmly guarded
Thursday night, and there is no likelihood
of trouble from Conn's friend$
natll after the verdict is rendered. It
is b Keved the jury will get the caso
by noon Friday.
The bitter feeling eKlsting between
CdL Gaither, who has conimind of the
state troops, and who feels that Dinning
will bo assassinated if oppo -Vanity
offers, and several well known
local lawyers is of such a
as to warrant seri us apprehension.
C1. Gaither's reputation
for daring courage is well known
throughout the state, and as he is very
outspokeu in his denunciation of tho
persons who uro trying to bring on
troablo it is probable that he himself
will be made the object of tho wrath
of Jodie Conn's friends.
GIo'jo Uulllliii nul Lun Asociatlun
Louisville, Ky., July I. The Globe
Building and Loan association went to
tho wall Thursday nlternoon, finding
itself carry on business under
the stale lav as construed by the
appellatJ court, lhc assets and liabilities
nrs estimated at Sl'JJ.OOO each.
17. O Co': is presi lent. The managers
of tlie other bu Uing nnd loan associations
isiueJ carJa Thursday calculatcl
to restore confidence, claiming that tho
ruling of tho court did not affect theln.
This makes the third corporation of
this character that has gone under
duiing thj p ist tv.o days.
Child br I.lclunlnc.
Li.iZAiiiiTiiTOW.v, Ky., July 2. During
an clettric storm hireahursday
a.tcrnoon .Mary, aged six jears, daughter
of 1- II. Sinclair, wus struck by
lightning und instantly killed Tho
bolt that killed her struck a wild cherry
tree, glanced Irom it and literally
rnished every bone in her body
its way through the walls of th
beh nd her.
Four to Death.
Hkmii.i:so, Ky., July 2. Jonas
Wilder, an emigrant, with his wife
and two little girls, wero burned to
death in a cabin near llochcster, on
Gr en liver, Tuesday jnorning. 'J hoy
had topped in the canin for a few
days' rest. 1 hey were supposed to bo
from Benlou, Mo.
Gold I ii ocratlc Convention.
Lancasti ij. Ky., July 2. The national
democrats will call a convention
to meet July 10 to send delegates
to the Louisville state convention to
non inate a candidate lor c erk of tho
court of apjeals.
Cav Succeed 1ioc.
Lkxinotox, Ky., July 2. Seventeen
curators of Kentucky unit ersity, just
a quorum, met Thursday morning and
e.ected as successor to President Chas.
Louis Loos, Kev. R. Lin Cave, of Nashville,
A Cloudburst DanneeJ Crops.
EwiNf!, Ky., July 2. A cloudburst
visited this section, late Wednesday afternoon,
doing great damage to crops
Stripped of Its Viublra.
Sax Fraieco, July 2, Tho old
war vessel Omaha, which has been
contemned by the government, and is
at present doing duty as a quarantine
hulk, has beesi systematically looted
of all the old machinery and metal fixtures.
One of the thieves has been
caotured, and he has made a
that the watchman of the old
steamer was his confederate. Tho
man under arrest gave the name of J.
B Friclc. but has sines said that it is
I olTeo tV.r Still on.
New Yohk, July i lhc fight between
tho sugar magnates and
the Arbuckle Brother,, so :ar as the
reduction of tho price of coffoe Is concerned,
is not yet over. The brand
whicn is controlled by the Woolson
Spice Co., now in the hands of the''
Havtmeycrs, was reduced Wednesday
from 10j cents a pound to 10 cents a
lowest price on record for
roasted coffee of thU quality. Tho
Arbuckles are yet to ba heard from.
Finf JIall h.rvico to Mexico.
St. Loiss, July 2. A fast mail
to Mexico has beep arranged and
will probably be an accomplislied fuct
by July . It will go from St. Louis
over the Missouri Pacific. Iron Mountain
trains that now reach G ilvoston
at 3:10 p. m., as ill, under tho new
schedule, make that city at 1 p. m.
ban Antonio will bo reached at 3 p.
m.; tho present schedule U 7:K p. m.
I?C tropical forests so large a proportion
of the plants are of a sensitive
variety that sometimes the path of a
traveler may be traced by the withered
JIU4tnr! totl Operator rniwHd.
Vr. Lin is, July 3 -.-Coal operators
are urtmsed over the
that the United Mine Wurkershave
ordered a strike for July 4. and the
presidents nnd manager o several of
thabig companies having headquarters
hero have gone ti their minu iu Illinois
and Missouri to loo1 into the situation.
Tho concensus of opinion
nmong tho operator is that the strike
will be a long one, and that as a re-suit
the prjco of coal will advance,
though not ntonee.
Tho IIcJshitTi V'.iniiir Monument.
Salt Lakk, Utah, July 3 The cornerstone
of the, proposed monument
in honor of Brignam Youugind the
pioneers, to be erected at the intersection
of .Main and South Temple
ftrcets, s,vas lai.l with appropriate
ceremonfeSv Tno oration ivas ly, Fy IX
UicharJs. jvith rernarks hy Guv Wells
aud M.ayor (ilendennlng 1'iusidoa.t
Woodruff deposttel tha lalen bos,
with, a copy of Ulceration and ilh
souvenirs, an I iTm jitone. ,wa5. laid "" by
lion Brigham Yonng,
Wlfo Slnr.lDrerGet T.lf,
Ro,NOKVK!tTJc, Y. Va., July 3: UTTj.
Siitle, cTiarged with the murder "ol Ills
j wife, tho iry Friday, after one hour'a
deliberation, returned a verdict-of murder
ia the first degree, -and, fixed JiU
punishment at cunfiuelneut,iulKe. pen-
itcnuary for life- , ,
J l:ntlo tValmitTtej. - '
Mcfown, O, July a-JV gigantic
walnut tree has Just beon.f'felleTl"ia
Pleasant township, Hancock 'countv
ItVltjhgth ivas mfeet, . 90' ferto tho
first ljribtand 3
. , rz.':
Is A"Ha.li,v l. llite..ir
F3rci Chrcka. II
Clav Liry, Ky., July 3. ,1. MHtnith
was arrcStriP.liere Friday afsj:uion
charged withi puviiu two ftfrge3
cheeks, purgortiflg to ,.b5,igaU y
Andrew llamjilpn, o.' IrTdiau Fields
The ahecksoru nn Dunlol
lioya, ui jiiiruitun iuri wua
received froip Huinp'ton that hif had
ihsiied no such i'Iiccw. was
nt..... .. UnMnn Ml t...l..ntl I.. .lit !
lunuil n .liaiixuu uaii. iwiivi, in jt.
OwiNCSviM.K. ICy., July 3 Tlie fis
cal court wet here to Iumc tompltiiits
concerning the conditioner the
from Oljmp'a to the Mimiicc
line. I'.irties'livlng'almig the
road testified that, its voiulitiuii for
traver'wus so ba I that they 1mh:1I not
piy toil for it, and the tpijrt
the collection lf toll on it to
a iCIUlak.n IIiihh
Ky., July 3. fornner
Dehouey hur ordered the bo ly u, jklrs.
Boston, a-i aged ladv who die I lust
Jsalurday. to be ovhiiuied. Mrs Boston
died un.l relatives intimate
that her death resulted irom
pofhou by an overdose of :ir.sen4c
by a physician, ihrcuh
nt t..r lrer Kreo.
Jlono v.nskiki t, Ky.. July 3. The
Bint or criminal 1 lrl brought hy Ilr.
Adams, a in inavfor, against j
i. Ilrur, pibliiher of t ie Leadur,
sv s dismiss i lor w mtof prosee ittiiui
llr. Ad.:i:ii to put in nn
to the eae,
FnsMCi.iN, Ky., July a. alll Wil tin-son
and Will wore at
IkSO Friday night for offering whisky
to Soldiers on guard. They were, taken
before Col. Gaithrr, given a eere
I'mImoii In a nell.
Pain rsvil.i.v, Ky., July 3. It la
thoiighlotiiu oi.e Uiretv io .s in in thu
well at the Until Fork lliptist chin e.li
S'Jiiil.iv as veve al who drank
the tinier are very ilL '1 he
C'orliio I -i or
Ky., July :i. -T. M. Whitd .t
Co, luriiitorc 1'riiliiy
ivfteriioou to Ii. W. Collier
nlxiiit equal to the li.ihilitiev The"
heaviest t reililorare in liiisil!e .mil
I'aiiiiuaii, Ky , duly .1 Miss,
a young line repiirer for the I'nilncnli
Co., was seriously injiirrd by
being caught among some live wires,
lie was rescued while suspended 111
As old man in Montana recently
came ino the possession of ,n estate
valued at S4.000,0r, and thu firM, use
he made of his money was to hunt
up a young wife.
Frjrja U0tl31i. upriui
lamily, JllutJ nprini: piicnt tLU) -L).
wlnicr patent. tirnSIOI. t n:y. tl7iH)5;
( milr. tuei45 eitra. JiT"41trj. low grIo,
tiv3iiii. rc. nortawcittra. i3isi.U da
Vfiitxi bulcs: No. 2 red. tract. 79.
Coks HiiO: Mixed ear, ir.icn. ZrC
Oat-i bulst: Nu mtxoJ. tr.ck. i'o.
3 while, truck, ile.
Hoos ix)le khlppTra. selicl
JB.UtaiJ. air to guod picker,
(air to pood Ufbt, tit:Z.l
cumrnoa und roiubs.
Cattlv IhjihmI saiprers". SI'0J..iX);
exports. M Colli 1 B-o,l to cuolce butcher,',
i.VQ21. fair to medium butchers'. 3.2!Q
a (-5 commod SiSSJua
bllEtr Uxtrus, 3.2ni3 40; pood to cbolre,
I2b6u3.15 common 10 fair. ilOi'Hi Tt
LaiiUj Extras, tali tiSJ. ciXhI to choice,
t4T3&IO. to f ilr, 3.7j itC.
VSslCalVisi to ojJ liht. tblil
5 7S extra, J HO. coratnon and largo. (ZH
Wooti Uiwi'heJ lino mertno. Klllc pi
lb eljluin. Uilllc. mediuia, '
delaine ant cloiotn M4U0. l.'ili:;
medium com Hot. II Jlc Withol. Uno rre
lno. X to A..T.. lo. mtfdluai c.oihla. Lil4:;
delaacc tliece. tdl3c; lonrcoublu. IStlT.it
aad low, I3lmc. commen
Loarsj. lijlio; cbolse. 19c
Nrw Yohk. July L
WnrjiTJuly, 74Kc Suplenibir, 70i Dm
Consr Jmr. 23Vo bid; Augast. iOe bl
(5 ats July. rlJia bid.
"Wlievr July, CSKk September.
Dccouiber, new Gi;Cd'ie: old 65fi
COR.S"Jcly. J'. aipleuibcr. ZiXc: De
ccnibcr. :74 Mjr. 23Sc.
17j8aif'iic: September. 17C
PlTrsnuKOU July 4.
Cattli Prlmo cattle, ti &i0). good,
$lt,;4n. till 7 butCberV, 3L3t3t; la!i,
commoi. 14Jjt7i. bull.
nd cows. heltars. itOKtlu
oxen. J2.003360. fresh cows and springers, H
Hoes Prime pig and Jl?bt Yorker.
S.70 bet medium and cooJ .10Ji
3B heiry. 13503135. rou.'tn. ii '3 10.
SnxsP Choice itbaep. t TVp 3 SV f(K)l.Vi
t rr. Jl)5.-4; commoa. tH20K
J0rlrnir, $!.7Jt W uprlnr kimbt, ti,Ki,Llii
C J m 8T jert M, &niS tftf msr4 ttm H of tbo
4 ouicb ani laoc nowdiet that h&tc bn 14 dariiir
4 my life: antfr th bencfliof tbeiaffeHocI will
I thkt 1 fcaienerer ttM any re nMj tqu&I to Dt.Btui
t Pi T HoT. Xtctm ulci and r
I Ji( in CrfH t vIt ai (hcr cmighi. We lNp It !a
1 ur hoa all thf tim. aad wold not b vttlioat It.
4 at. U, JL MftrciLn, TTO Soath ith bu. PUctaii, S.
3 Is sold by all drngststs or sent npon receipt t
J of price 2Sc, fiOc. and II per bottle by C
J The E. E. SotkwU.4 Bnlklae Ck, Padnak, Ky. t
Notice to Debtor?.
Having been appointed Trv.sice of ihe
Drug Company, notice is hereby Riven
that all accounts due- said firm must be settled
immediately witu the undersigned.
TO CURB A COLD JN ONE DAY.
A. -New Cheap
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W'T W , Complete Line of A V
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For the Immediate Belief
ad Positiro Cure oi
Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing
25o. per box.
Fok Sale dt au. Devccists.
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Our fnrtnry on Mreel in
"is now riiuuiiig, nnd we are
preparel lo till orilerh for t ist of the
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llramls, We rnn w e yor
uoiiev ."ell I us a Itiil uiiler; oU wil
be gl.nl niih our iinalm is.
pleHMil to hear Ii dim miintry mer
White 0 Ross,
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pretla eiceitlTo, cji. ty or pnl
lucnt tunitlon. im uretl by rvT ftU, JO
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recti rd cuah sales,
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eB$; prcrachuDle stock of dry goods and ladies'
d furnish ;ngs, it is imperative that the old
g$jJ accounts he settled. You see how that
&& is. Ail w.rk and no play makes Vecdcr
&$ and Joh.i dull boys.
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Halls ancLEistrance ara Marble and Tiling of the Fit Quality.
2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn tlie Floors
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