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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY. JULY 21, - - 1897.
Have you selected your box at the
Twenty pounds granulated sugar for
$1 at Mnrgoleti's.
The now postolllce is a thing of
bennty and a joy forever.
Bales & McElwaine took $500 worth
of premiums at the Lancaster fair.
Seo shontf'B notico to tax payers.
Be on hand and pay your taxes.
Sec notico of Mrs. Williamson's
primary bcliool elsewhere in'tho Climax.
MihS Viola Million will assist Prof.
J. It. Harris at Elliott Institute,
Friday's rain storm damaged corn
and tobacco in tlio Million and Newby
Out of 14 applicants for teachers' certificates,
7 received first class, 3 second,
1 third, and 3 failed.
The school per capita will be the
same as last year, $2.20. Teachers will
now breathe easily.
The prizes for the bicycle races at
the fair are wortb $123. They are on
exhibition at Douglas Bros.
There are nearly 700 lock boxes in
the new postolllce. A few remain un-taken.
Hurry and get one.
Messrs. Powell and Harper. of
will le here court day in
of mules 3 to 6 years old, well
The $31 ,000 insurance money will bo
iibt'd ts erect a court house iu Lexington,
a duplicate of the one lately
Mr. J. Nathan Elliott, the victorious
college orator at Chautauqua, will
teach at Miller's school house, near
Complimentary tickets for the fair
are now ready for distribution, and those
entitled can jjet same by calling on Secretary
Agents wanted to sell the National
Kitchen Cabinet in Madison county.
N-- ad. and call on C. G. Ford at
Crow's stationery store.
Prof. J. B. Harris has refused the
prmcipalship of the Jellico Graded
school, to accept a similar position at
1 lliott Institute, Kirksville
- Lucy Gilbert, IJ. P. Fox's former
pHiptTty. easily won the 2 y-o. purse
ol $Tj(0 in 2:31 at Chicago. She can go
i n 2.20, says the Horse Ileview.
A good crowd from here attended
the Lancaster fair. Had special trains
been run Madison would have sent a
thousand people besides Bill Owsley.
Judge Rice has ordered the arrest
of Iwvh for jumping on trains at the
K. C. depot. lib fined Lafayette Gilbert
$5 for this dangerous pastime.
Some county letters are omitted,
much to our regret, on account of space.
We appreciate the letters ot our
and never needlessly omit them.
Dock DcJarnctt, colored, was nr
rested in Winchester Sunday by Officer
Tarpy, who lodged him in jail
here, where he is wanted for several
No one who attended the Lancaster
fair Friday got as wot as the Paint
Lick crowd. Thoy looked like the
Paint Lick gardens that were washed
away by the recent floods.
If you want to be astonished call as
we did on S. L. Midkiffand examine his
hue of barouches, phaetons, buggies and
ro.til wagons and get his prices for same,
'liie poorest can afford to ride iu a vehicle
at prices. tf
Come in and see how you like
the looks of yourself in a straw hat
for these hot days. They are beauties
and will go a long ways in making
you "one." Covington & Mitch-oil.
Bud Dunn and his sorrel mare did
just as tho Climax predicted went
Jo the I.ancnftcr fair and captured
tin- $35 blue tie for "best walking stallion,
mare or gelding, any age." Look
out for Bud at Richmond.
Get read- for the Fair. Don't
wait until the last moment. Begin
now. Get yourself some of our cool,
colored negligee shirts, all styles,
both with and without c o liars
"With ono of these shirts on
you arc in a position to enjoy tho
Fair. Covington & Mitchell.
Don't forget the 25 premium
given by John Donclson for the best
horse, inare or gelding to be driven to
one of his buggies. If you happen not
to own a Donclson buggy, you can
get one at any of the livery stables in
And still the wheels aro moving
at Donelson's, as the following list of
sales sinco last report will show: Mrs.
Hudson, phaeton, A. C. Williams,
road wagon, Judge Jas. R. Burnam
road wagon, Dan A. Cornelison road
wagon, W. It. Timor roau wagon, un.
B. F. Million buggy, Terry Hagin
buggy, and Mrs. Terrill a surrey.
Prof. H. G. Brownell, of Louis
.ille, delivered an address at fche
1'irst Presbyterian Church Sunday
afternoon at 4.o'clock, on the objocts
of the Kcntuck Sunday School Union.
There were but few present, but those
who beard the address were pleased."
We aro of the opinion that the address"
will havo the effect of creating
renewed interest In Sunday Sehool
work, and will undoubtedly cause
more interest to betaken in the county
Sunday School Unions.
A favorite remedy for many of the
ills of this life is Simmons' Liver Regulator,
the most popular medicine yet discovered.
It is ajsearching cleanser, and
by its action frees the system of all impurities,
producing a sound, healthy
liver. It is tiie standard household remedy
for liver and stomach troubles, and
has the unqualified indorsement of thousands
of our best citizens throughout tho
country. Havintflieen before tho people
for many years, its long and honorable
Tareer issnlBcient guarantee of purity
and reliability.- Simmons Liver Regulator
is manufactured by J. H. Zeilin &
Co., Philadelphia, and is readily distin
guished by the red Z on each package.
A Chance (or Young Mea To Earn Money.
The Climax was shown and has
purchased ouo of tho National
Cabinets, which are being introduced
in Madison county by Mr. C.
G. Ford, of Owen county, -who has tho
state right IIo wants five agents,,
country boys who Jiave horses aud
buggies preferred. The cabinet is a.
labor saving invention and every
housewife wants one. Seo ad. ,
Don't insure your life in a company
that you don't know anything
about that will keep you awake at
night wondering if it -will be able to
pay. Treat your clothier in the Bame
way. Go to to a reliable,
ono pay a fair price., get just what
you want, and that's an end to it.
Well conditioned life insurance and
well made, properly fitting clothing
are two Important essentials that go
together. Ono. establishes security
for the future, the other position and
respect for the present. Covington &
Black"gilt, white face, bob tail.- and
swallow lork in left ear. weight 130
If not called for by July 31 Fame will be
sold at 11 o'clock at Duncan AChenault's
liver- stable, to highest bidder.
Messrs. Powell and Harper, of
will bo here on court day to
purchase mules, 3-to f! years old, well
broke. These gentlemen are recommended
as strictly 0. K. See ad.
More Pikes Purchased.
Mr. V. "W. Pigg, solo owner of the
Richmond and Irvine pike, 20) miles,
has sold to the county court tho Madison
end of tho road, 11 miles, at
$750 per mile, total amount $8,C25.
Henry Benna, colored, is in jail for
poisoning chickens, the propertyof Bob
Jannon, a colored neighbor. Benna
claims the fowls were scratching up his
garden and he sought to break them of
tho habit by administering arsenic in
dough. The fine is $20 to $100 for such
News In Stock Ctrclcs.
John D. Harris sold to J. W. aud
Ii. A. Ballard 26 head of butcher cattle
at 1 to 3 cents.
Gen'l. C. M. Clay shipped 2 Southdown
bucks to Jas. S. Kichardson,
J. W. Bales bought of J. A. Cohen,
of Woodford, $0,000 worth oi export
Picnic at Green River Bridge.
The Campbollsville Times-Journal
tells of a picnic party given at Green
Iliver bridge on July G. There are
old soldiers still living in Madison to
whom the mention of that locality revives
memories of a sanguinary conflict
during the war which time can
not blot out. Col. Chenanlt's. Capt.
Trihble and others of this county, last
their lives there.
Broken Collar Bone.
The friends of Mr. Grant Harris,
and they are legion, were greatly distressed
on yesterday, when he appeared
on the streets with an empty
sleeve dangling at his side. They
were glad to learn that the arm was
not gone but only bound to his side
while a broken collar bono was mending,
which had been fractured by the
jerk of an unruly mule.
Why Not Learn a Lesson?
The Pautagraph assails the nominees
of last week's Democratic .primary as
forces detrimental to good government,
aud declares it would rather risk a set of
Republicans. That word risk is a killer.
It is a confession of doubt as to the
own party's honor. But the
point we wish to make is, that the people
of Kentuckr are not hankering after
any more -purification from the Republicans.
Look at Frankfort.
Talmage at High Bridge,
nigh Bridge camp meeting convenes
July 23 to August 1, inclusive, this year.
B. Fay Mills, the evangelist, occupies
the principal place on the program for
Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25,
and the great Talmage will preach July
31 and Augufet 1. A brilliant program is
arranged for intervening days, of music,
sermons and a special feature of illustrated
lectures by Prof. Shearer, of Cincinnati.
Low rate excursions from all points
on the Queen and Crescent, Cincinnati
to Somerset. Tee small bills or ask your
ticket agent for patticulars.
"W. C. G. P. A.
Moran Farm Rented.
Mr. J.S. Collins rented at public auction
on Monday from Mrs W. It. Shackelford,
representing Hugh A. Moran
and her children, 275 acres of grass
laud at $2.40 per acre for the remainder
of the year and for the year 1893.
The grass has not been grazed or cut
this year and it is, therefore, virtually
a two years routing for the small
sum of $2.40 per year. Capt. Thos.
Ferrill was the auctioneer, and he
generally gets for anything all that
it will bring in tho markets. This
land is as good as any in the county,
and if the gold bugs can see any prosperity
to the widow and orphans,
wnen their estate yields them no
greater income in money than this,
they are at liberty to rise and explain
in these columns.
The Passing o! the Horse.
Mr. James Bennett, of this city, is
one of those who firmly believes that
tho horse is destined to a comparatively
early extinction, or at least to
disappear almost wholly from commerce
Mr. Bennett is one of the
most conservative of men, yet he is a
student of affairs whose opinions are
as valuable as they are interesting.
He is not of those who discountenance
inventions which conduce to
innocent pleasure or to the saving of
labor, recognizing tho inevitable
drift of events in those directions.
Recently we observed him examining
a bicycle and upon expressing
our surprise at his interest in the silent
steed, ho remarked:
"Perhaps nothing is more characteristic
of this closing quarter of this
century than the speed with which
new inventions of great public utility
aro advanced into general acceptance
and use, as witness the telephone,
the electric car, and tho bicycle.
What has been done in recent
years in these lines gives ground for
belief that the road vehicles
of business and of pleasure
will achieve at least equal rapidity
of introduction. RocentlyEdisou,
in an Interview, expressed the belief,
'that in tho next three years horses
very largely will disappear from our
streets and cities and the auto-mobiles
will take the place of tho horse
and wagon. Confirmatory of these
cxectations is the news last Tuesday
of the burning of the auto-mobile
factory near Taris, France, by tho
J cabmen of Paris In fear that their oc
cupation will bo away nt.once
by the auto-mobile busses." As Sir.
Bennett is one of our leadiug farmers
and capitalists, and lias for lialf n
century ridden, driven and raised!
horses, his prediction, startling
though icis, is worthy of consideration,
ii for no other purpose by the
Bkoptical to watch tho progress of in
ventions and pass .upon Iiis wfsdnnf
as a prophet.
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To the People.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Attorney of Madison. If elected,
my rule of conduct in the office shall
be, "equal and exact justice to all people;
to the rich and poor alike." It shall
bo. my constant endeavor to secures prudent
and "economical administration of
the fiscal affairs of the county, and lhus
reduce the cxccsshcTalc of taxation. I
solicit your aid. Obajtt E. Lrirv.
Neglect of the hair often its
vitality and hue, and causes It to fall
out. Before it is too late, apply Hall's
Hair Renewer, a suie remedy. It
Right You Are, Yet Wrong.
The Register decries the dangerous
practice of vohicles turning to tho
left when tney overtake another, as
It renders liable a collision with an
approaching venicle which always
goes to the right.
This bit of poetry may throw some
light on the subject:
The laws of the road are a naradox
For when you aro traveling along,
If you keep to the left you're sure to bo
If you turn to the right you'll bo
Man- lives have been saved by the
timely use of Dr. bell's Pine Tar Honey.
When a cold creeps upon you, ora cough
racks your lungs, no remedy is so prompt
or effectual. Can be given to children
with ierfect safety and is sure to produce
beneficial resulte. It
Madison county supports a jail for
her criminals .and a poor house for
her indigent citizens, neithecof which
affords a channel for the exercise of
the impulses of philanthropy. The infirmary
is the only systematic, intelligent
agent of charity in tho county.
It is iu need of funds and provisions
to carry on its noblo work. Help it
to help others.
To make your bnslness pay, good health
is a prime factor. To eeciucgood Health,
the Llood should be kept pure and vigorous
by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
When the vital fluid is impure and
snjjg'sh, there can be neither health,
strength, nor ambition. It
Kansas City is to hae a labor temple.
A mirror could not lie if it wanted to.
Tho glass has nothing to gain by ilattery.
If the roses of health and plumpness of
beauty are leaving your face, your mirror
will tell you so. Health is the greatest
in the world. When a
woman sees the indications of ill health
in the face, she may with almost absolute
certainty look for the cause in one or
botii of two conditions constipation,
and derangement of theorgans distinctly
feminine. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelfets
will cure constipation. There is no reason
in the world why a woman should
not be perfectly healthy. She will gain
in health, strength and flesh. Hollows
and angels will give place to fullness and
grace. She "will be that noblest and
most beantifull of all creation a perfect
Send 21 cents in one-cent to
World's Dispensary Medical Association
Buffalo, N. Y and receive Dr. Pierce's
100S page "Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
profusely illustrated. H
Two Grand Rapids breweries have
agreed to use union-made barrels
If you Lave an abuiidaucc "of dark,
gloty hair, if you would have a clean
scalp, free from dandruff and irritating
humors, or if your hair is faded and
gray, and you -would have its natural
co!or restored, nse Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is unquestionably the best dressing.
Novelist Crane, Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and Hamlin Garland are single taxers.
Is the price of perfect health, Watch
carefully the first symptoms of impure
blood. Cure boils, pimples humors and
scrofula by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Drive away the pains and aches of rheumatism,
malaria and stomach troublei,
steady your nerves and overcome that
tired feeling by taking the same gerat
Ecol's Pills are the best family cathartic
and liver tonic. Gentle, reliable,
sure. . It
Boston brewery engineers demand $25
and $18 per week, the latter for assistants.
Food, undigested, is poison. Digested,
it is life and Mrength. Millions of us
suffer from indigestion, but we often
don't know it. We think it is something
else. Even doctors often mistake the
Pale, thia people, who aro overworked,
who need strength, who seem in want of
proper food, should take Shaker Digestive
Cordial. It isatonishing what food
will do, when properly digested.
It will make youfstrong, revive you,
refresh you, sustain you, make you fat,
restore youi color, make muscle, brain
fibre, courage, endurance, energy; increase
your power to throw off disease
and keep you healthy and happy.
Indigestion does just the opposite, but
indigestion can be cured and prevented
with Shaker Digestive Cordial.
Sold by di uggist Tril bottle 10 cents.
Chicago's Hoisting Engineers' union
Was granted an advance of six cents per
If there is any one thing that neeJs to
to be purified, it is politics, so the reformer
says, and may agree thereto.
But blood tells, and as a blood purifier
and liver corrector Simmons Liver Regulator
is the lwst medicine. ' I use it in
preference to any other." So wrote Mr.
S. M. Hysell, of Middleport, Ohio. Aud
Dr. D. S. Russell, of Farmville, Va..
writes, "It faltills all yon promise for it"
Lailor Day has been fixed for tho first
dav of the .Minnesota State fair.
Excursion to High Bridge,
The Southern railway is the greatcamp
meeting line, and for the meeting at
High Bridge, Ky., beginning July 25
and running until August 1, Mr Wm.
H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A. lias arranged
special excursion trains from Louisville
and intermediate points to High Bridge
and return on Sunday, July 25 and August
1. Trains Iwive Louisyillo at 0:00
a. m., retnrntug leave bridge 0:30 p. m.
The rate for round trip will be 51.50 from
Louisville,, with correspondingly low rate
intermediate points, and as Rev. B. Fay
Mills will preach on Sunday, July So,
and Rev. TDeWitt Talmage on Sunday,
August 1, a large crowd will doubtless
attend. Seo nearest tfeket agent ot
Southern railway for farther information
Strayed, - '
''From the premises of Dudley Cox,
near Panola, a 3-year-old bay My,
blazo iacp, three white feet liberal
reward to fisder. .
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Ci.re all liytr ills, bilious-
ncss, headache, sour fc I I
acli. Indigestion, W 111 IS
tion. The j art eullj, with- 0
out pain or gripe. Sold by alt druggist. cents.
The fcnly Hlli to talcs with Hood'i SarufarlUa.
Australia's Railway Men's Union has
been suppressed by the government.
We know the great cures by Hood's
Sarsaparilla are genuine because the people
themselves write about them. It
, Union bands were employed by the
city of San Francisco on July 4.
Attention, OH Soldiers I
Tho manufactures have instructed
to ghe a bottle of 25c. sizeof
Cure free to the first soldier of the civil
was that applies for same. It is the great
remedy for Chronic Diarrhoea, Cramp
Colic and all Bowel coniplaints.
A Scotch court has decided that call
ing a man a rat is libelous.
WnnN bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret,
candy cathaitic, cure guaranteed, 10, 2oc
Members of the Newark Laborers
Union get $2.16 per day.
Wosdcrf al I Karvolous I
are expressions frequently heard about
cures effected by Foley's" Kidney Cure-Do
not fail to try this great remedy for
any kiinev trouble.
Alfew York hotel has introduced the
profit sharing system.
Don't Stop Him!
He lias a bad attack of colic and is making
for 's drug store after a bottle of
Foley's Colic Cure. 23c. and 50c.
Pittsburg building trades unions will
When You Tako Tour Vacation
the most necessary article to have with
you (after your pocket book) is a bottle
of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute
prevention or cure of all deragemeuts of
the bowels caused by a change of water
You are likely to need it.
Detroit has a negro''wonien,s union.
Just try a 10c. iox of Cascarets, the
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
made. niayl ly
Wyoming is to have a negro colony.
Quicb Relief For Astasia.
Foley's Honey and Tar is guaranteed
to give prompt relief in all cases of Asthma
Do not class this with other medicines
that have failed to give relief.
Give it a trial.
There are 23,000 union cigar makers.
Reasons "VTny Ohan'borlain's Colic,
Cholera Ana Diarrhosa Bcnc&y
1. 3ccanse it affords almost instant
relief in case of pain in thestomach, colic
and cholera inoibus.
2. Because it is the only remedy that
never fails in the mo.it severe cases, of
dysentery and diarriuea.
C. Because it is the only remedy that
will enre chronic di.irthoea.
4. Because it is the only remedy that
w ill prevent bilious colic.
5. Because it is the only remedy that
will cure epidemical dysentery.
6. Because it is the only remedy that
can always be depended ujKn in cases
of cholera infantum.
7. Because it is the most prompt and
most reliable medicine in use for bowel
8. Because it produces no bad results.
!. Because it is pleasant and safe to
10. Because it has saved the lives of
more people than any other medicine in
Tiio 23 and 50c sizes for sale by W. G.
White Iliclnrond, Ky.
Tho treasurer of theNejv York Central
labor Union is missing.
ALL THE PE0PLS
Should keep themselves healthy and es
pecial care should be given to this time.
Health depends upon pure and impoverished
diseases of various kinds are, almost
certain to result. The one true blood
purifier is Hood's Sarsaparilla By its
power to purify and vitalize the blood it
has proed itself to be the safeguard of
health, and the record ofremarkable
cures effected proves that it lias
power over disease. -It actually and
permanently cures when all other preparations
fail 'to do any good whatever.
Germany has S03,1S0 metal workers.
"Last summer one of our grand-children
was sick with a severe bowel trouble,"
says Mrs. E G. Gregory, of
Mo. "Our doctor's remedy had
failed, then we tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which
gave very speedy relief." For sale by W.
G. White Richmond, Ky.
Danish toldiers will cat our meat.
Mrs. Williamson will reopen her
Select Primary School at her homo ou
Seventh st. the first Monday in September.
Y'our patronage is solicited.
Krupp nas 27,155 employes.
CASrCARKTsstiiniilateliver, kidneys and
bowels. Never bicken, weaken or cripe. i
FrLsco waiters orvatiized.
You may limit tho world oyer and you
will not find another medicine equal to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera "and
Remedy for bowel complaints. It
is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale
by W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
Loudon has womea cab drivers-
Don't Tobacco Spit and Bmoks Tour Life Away,
If yon, waut to quit tobacco using easily
aud forever, bomaaowull.stroncr. mucmetlc.
full of new lifo aud vigor, tako
tho wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pounds In ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy or your
druggist, under guarantee to cure, 60o or
$1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
(Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicano or New York.
London has a 'laundry" school.
We have opened the Boston Great
Bargain Store with a full line of ladies
and gents furnishing goods, fashionable
clothing, boots, shoes, hats, caps, musical
instruments, etc. Everything at the
lowest prices. Will also make special
prices for the uext CO days, every day
from 10 a. m until 2 p in., Saturday's
from 10 a. m. until 9 p..m. Call on me
and look at i'hIs. Respt. Yours,
A. DOBROWSKY, Prop.,
21 First St., Richmond, Kv
Minneapolis painters organized.
Everybody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful
medical discovcrvof the age, pleasant
aud rcfreshintr to tie taste, act gently
and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels,
cleansing the entire system, disjcl cold
cure headache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box
or C. C. a to-day; 10, 23, SO cent, bold and
guaranteed to euro by all druggists.
Frog skin gloves gain favor.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting incident
to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad :ases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cndy's Condition Powdcrn, aro
jn3t what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They aro' not food but
mediciuo and tho best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
:cnts per package.
India imports our cigaieltes.
SHOULD BE WITHOUT
WITH IT THERE IS
IT SAVES TIME,
Saves Evaporation, "
Saves Waste of Material,
Saves Thousands ot Steps.
It is n beautiful furniture
aud an ornament, to jmy kitchen.
While, compact and out, pf the way,
it is, immediately afcband, aud needed
in every household 'three times a
day for 3fi5 days in each year. Sample
Cabinet on exhibition at Crow's
Stationery Store, opp. Hotel Glyndon.
c A G K 1ST T S W ANTE D-J Country
boyjs with horses and buggies
preforted. Rig money.
C. G.FORD, Gen'l. Agent,
One or both of us will be in
Richmond on August County
Court day to hxy mules.
Want them from 3 to 6-years
old, well broke.
Powell & Harper,
Dealers in AIulcs, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs,
Jlj Hustonville, Ky .
lis To Tans!
I will be tit the following
places, on the dates given,
for the purpose of collecting
taxes for 1897. Be sure and
be on hand :
White Hall, Wednesday, Anpist tth
Union City, Wednesday, Aujrust 4th.
Waco, Thursday, August 5th
Kingston, Friday, August 6th
Valley View, Thursday, August 5th.
Kirksville, Saturday, August 7th
Berea, Saturday, August 7th.
J. P. SIMMONS, Sheriff.
The partnership heretofore existing between
M. B. Arbuckle and Cyrus Douglas, under the
firm namsnf Arbuckle & Douclas. dealers in
Boots. Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods,
M. II. Arbuckle retiring. All accounts due
said firm miist be settled at once
M. B. ARBUCKLE.
many vacancies as membera. Must have more
registration; one plan GUARANTEES positions.
$500.00 love 3tory of College No charge to
M 8UTTOW, A. M.. S SUTTON TEACHERS' I1UKBAO,
ahd manaoib. I Dearborn St., Chnago, 111.
fotmiile effire. Ok fee rrpltrs ii hA cSiccf,
everything in our
have- the most
etc;," in? town. All
Card Cases at your
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Over 400,000 vacancies several times as
memburs Several plans; two plans gie free
10 cents pavs for book, containing plans and a
employers for recommending teachers.
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Regardless of price
line MUST GO. We complete
line of Ledgers,
Papers, Tablets, Ink,
kinks of Purses and
own price. . .
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almost half into.
Men's Jeans Pants,
You all know
also know that
you that we have
mone3 and at the
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Men's Working Pants m
The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the people
of Madison count3.
Look; at these Prices z
Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.00
1 Men's Suits, for 3.00 worth 9.00
Boy's: Knee Pant Suits 49 cents.
Men's Shoes 80 cents.
Ladies' Shoes 80 cents.
A J3eauif ul Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents.
Cjgja Good Br bwn. Cotton 3 cents a yard. .
ltf Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up.
$&!&fl Ladies' iSailors from 5 cents to $1.
BrussellJCarpets from 50 cents to $1 a, yard.
Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts jper yd.
Up Town, Klein & Sea's
-4 Busy Bee
Will Begin Tuesday, June 1st, 1897.
As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and
down to the smallest notion we carry, thtit has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife.
Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirely
Never in the history of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the opportunity
offered them to buy real first-class .seasonable goods at prices that are being
named on them in this Great Clearance Sale.
One Lot of Beautiful Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at 6ic. former
price 10c per yd., about 500 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Beautiful "White Ground Dimities with .pink, black and blue polka dots will
be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods forrrer -price 15c per yd. will be
closed at 7c, about 600 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be
closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth ISc.
One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty .as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be
closed at 12$c a yd., these goods were sold at 19c a yd.
All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics. 2c a yd. when in stock.
We are selling Brown Muslins, Bleach Muslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes.
Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and everything
in the domestic department at very Low Cut Prices. Buy what you need of these
while they are cheap, they will soon be worth more money.
We have quite a lot of remenants cf Brussels and All-wool Ingrain Carpets that we will
close in this sale at a great loss to us. They run from two to nineteen 3'ards in a piece,
and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once
before are gone.
All Carpets, L'inol'uems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc.. go in this
sale, Nothing reserved, we have decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Xow
is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty styles left to cloe.
Eveiything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut
We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for
Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 10c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc
Suits for men, well made, to be closed at 62.1)5, worth SG.00. Xice All-wool
men, well made, no shoddy, preUy patterns. 81.15, former price S1.9S.
Boy'p Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap.
that we carry nothing but goods in every department and you
when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. When we "tell
the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we
Clearance Sale, WE MEAX WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be
and look through this Great Bargain Mart aud we will save 3011 some
same time vou will buv a great man- useful things at unheard of LOW
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In a city is queer. But we're catting
Staw Hats and the harvet is here
a Harvest of Bargains in all sixes,
shapes and of Hats.
Shoes In Every Style
At one price to all alike. There are
shoe stores which keep one or two of
the shoes we have, but thre are bohs
that keeps the variety in foot wear
which makes our establishment the
and excellence of quality awl
$2. Shoes 25 that other shoe stores
so ttiey were satisfied. That's
the way with our customers,
no matter what their fancy
may dictate, we please them.
Underwear. Hosiery Neckwear
and Shirts of
and at prices that
can't be reached by others,.
at low Prices See
now on. Our Xew Departure approval
of a generous public.
CASH in every instance.
NOTICE the rare bargains we are
suit that suits is worth having.
There's so much instrinsic worth of
ready-made clothing that one is indeed
fortunate to light on a genuine
bargain. Appearances are deceptive,
there's nothing false in our suits.
The sale on now is to decrease stock
and they must go. No reserve.
Genuine Bargains Suita at $$.50,
$100, $5.00, ST 00, $7.50. Can't bo duplicated
for twice ihe money other
mecca for all who aro looking for fit workmanship.
See our $1 125, $1.50, $1."5 and
asking 25 per cent, more money
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choice, 'Til take the nee
nothing said the collar to
the cuff." "Well, I'll beclose
hand," replied the cuff, and
For Good Values
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