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The Richmond Climax.
is a most delicate mechanism. It
needs attention. It pays to have a
good watch first of all. Then it pays
to keep it in perfect order. A watch
needs cleaning every six months as
much as does your face every day.
Its pores get clogged. "Wo are expert
A Fine Watch cost three times as
much, twenty years ago, as it does
now. Machinery has reduced the expense
of making. We have some
very fine, solid gold watches, of the
best makes, for iow prices. Delighted
to show them to you and to talk
watch to you.
I hao a full stock of everything in
the jewelry lino that we are offering
you at big bargains. We are clearing
out our ladies belts at cost. Have
something new in a silver cleaner.
D. P. ARMER,
The Main St. Jeweler.
Educate Book-Keeping, Business;
V fjr VV
tG0 E r eOPTWGMTEntV
Add WILBUR R. SMITH,
For circnl&r of bis f anions and responsible
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY
Awarded Metfcl at World' Exposition.
Krfrro to tbonunds of rradustes in rxmHinns
Coat of Fall Buiinru Coarse, including Tuition,
Book and Board in family, aliont f.
Shorthand, Type-Writing, and Telegraphy , Specialties.
JKSThr Krntnckr Umrrnutjr Diploma, under irl,
awarded cradnatt Litrrary Course free, if ilrslred.
.oTaealion. Enter now Graduate (ncwsjful.
In order to hart tftntr letim reach Nf, addret mlym
WILBUR R.SMITH. LEXINGTON.KY.
"Busy ta" Mr!
IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE
THIS washer has been thoroughly tested by
main Kichniond and MadiMin countr families,
and stands to-day without a rival for efficiency,
simplicity, durability and cheapness.
Thousands of ladies in all parts of the country
are using this maschinc, and declare it to be the
only washer that has roliccd them from
drudgery of wash day.
We will sell it with the positive
guarantee that it will
give satisfaction, or the
money will be refunded.
E ery washer is warranted for five years, and
if anv part Rites out within that time, we will
replace it free of charge.
Richmond. Kv., July 5, 1897
I have purchashed a "Busy Bee" Washer
from Mr. B I. Langford, and my wife gave it
a trial and is much pleased. It does the work
perfectly and is not tiresome.
I1EV. J. W. HILL.
The above is one of mauy testimonials received
in this city. Among our references we
refer to the proprietors of The Climax, who
have purchased washers and arc well pleased
Remember the Price is Only, S5.00
For further particulars call on or address
B. P. LANGFORD,
Box OS, Richmond, Ky.
R. N. I. & B. R, R.
Time Table No. 29. Taking Effect Sun-da
j. May 2, 1S9G.
1st Class. d Class.
EAST BOU.VD. Jf. i Nof3 xo. 9
Ex Sun Ex bun'Ex San
A. M. P.M. A.M.
Versailles 10 20 6 57 8 55
NiCholasTille 11 00 7 36 10 12
Valley View 11 25 8 00 10 55
Million 11 40 8 13 11 20
Richmond. 11 58 8 30 11 48
P. M. P.M.
Union 12 13 12 50
Moberlev. 12 16 1 05
Brassfield 12 30 2 00
Panola 12 35 2 15
Irvine 1 05 3 20
No. 2 No. 4 No. 8lNo. 10
west bound. Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun
A. M. j P. M. P. M. A. M
Inine 1 30 3 10
Panola 1 55 4 28
Brassfield 2 00 4 40
Moberley 2 11 5 10 .
Union 2 17 5 15
Richmond. 605 235 5 40 5 00
Million 9 20 4 00 5 30
Valley View 6 31 4 15 5 57
Nicholasville 6 58 4 40 6 48
Versailles 7 55 5 30 . 8 35
A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M.
All trains connect with Louisville Southern
trains to and from Louisville.
All trains connect with C. N. O.&T. P. trains
to and from Cincinnati.
J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher.
W. II ADAMS, Superintendent,
Corrugated Tubing, z 1-4 in.
Oil Reservoir Hubs.
Write for a Catalogue.
Every Wheel Warranted.
4- Deal Direct With Us.
H. KALBACH & SON,
..W.HE PATS THE..
..T0U PAT FOR THE
Tba Latest News Prom All Parts of
flirjrt A tin
liy., Sept. is. Tito Kentucky
railroad commission that
the Chesapeake V. illiiu ts
guilty of violating Scctioti 215 ot tlie
CiitiNtitutton In illMTliuiiuUmu
in freight rates Tin- rotiiiilnlitl
tnatit Jiy lireen Meek, of JiiIiumju
county, uml tin- leu or
i'onipliiiiit.s filial from tin- same,
county. The penalty for Mich .in "lifeline
i- SU.IXXi for the lirM iuil
U11 coininissiou li:u the
Reni-nil to brtn"; suit to
the penalty. "
Kutnl C'r Cmiii lluwr
Wili.ummiibn. Ky.Supt. 1:: -While
a Nirrn onip ;j:iiii v.is in iiii;rc.v
luTt', Hit altcroutioii nnisv tio
particiisunts, liir anil Clyi,
Williams. Itis saul lliUt L.m
kick ci t Williams Ills biiillicr Ai--
thurwas inforiued of tin- lrair lit-
on the scene ami lirvii .it
tlircc times i it Innit cITcct. linn then
shol at Williams, tui. h.ilN taldnn effect, I
one lielow the heart ami one in
the arm. I he ilnetors piouiniiice t lie
woiinils faUil. Lair is in jail.
Mm! lriiiii Aitiliili
Ky.. Sept. in - John A. '
Akennon uas:,liot fiom ainhiihh j
night mill ts lint evpeeleil tfi lie '
Akennon is a of llm Callahan
faction, ami it is tlm.ilit that fiesh !
trouhle will Louie upfivei thuallau of
Saturday niKht Them is eonsideiable
Mir aunriig ImiIIi f;u tion.s, mnl if there
is not limit: bloodshed it will ie a mil
Kplilrmlr f Typtiolil Ktr.
I'AiNlHVtt.l.K, Ky.. Sept. I"
of typhoid fever is racing in this
county All the physicians mo husj.
riding day and night. In some in-stances
as many a-s three meinhers if
the Millie family havis died ilhin .1
few days of each ol her It seem . that
the doctors are iinahle In toiiliol the
W siii.soion. Sept I" Pensions
liae lieon j'l'intetl to lolloivinj;
Ot igui.il - Thom.i Jt
Cleek. Uesloi.il ion irtJJJois
sue Miner Smith ih 1.0.1st tl ltnisvifle
Jliorvstso Wni I. Noy 111:111,
l'oster Sellris, Kane ITelssne .i.nl
and Inciease 1Z.I) lining, Tmiksh
,-1 lalierl) liirittr
Wi-si I.iiii:ii. K3 Sept. it! A
posse of illieoi.s 1 allei I' 1:01k (nlloll
and ISeoigf Onoy , 1 liaigeri llh
ami killing loloi Whitelev. 0)eil
IT. of M.ljMilllll eoilllty. Miss N.lliey
hilclc, .1 tiiisiii of Hie niMiileied
man t.is sli k mill a gun and I'.nll
tlrltrr I'rliis ftir lel.
Toi 1 mum. Ky . Sept IS There li.i
a gieat iein.ll In the tiaile
in this m'i'Iiiiii in the few aeUs
Setci.it Ininili eil lie. nl i.isviil ihioiiih
houtiil tin tin li!iieii ass m,f.
kit. I aiim 1 s are iT.iliiiii : eiHnl priie
for 1 at tie and j ear ling eolls
I K . Sept l"t "I he liist
toll". lie 011 the Wim hesli 1 Li n
roliU d of &! l'tank l,
thinks the lliem
s. Iis in house Indole it .is hs(l
for the night
'I ,.!. ..i.l In l: illi f'.omi,
(luisf.sv 11 1 k. Ky , Sept !' lheeil
ciMini it .if this place has ill . i il hi
epidemie ir tyjihonl leei. .mil slcp.
have Im'I'Ii taken lo pill etei thing III t I
good sanitary ootid 1 In 01
M11101 1 Iti'i.o. Kv .Sept i:i lo
worth shot null killed Itemy llitliehl
Hi .1 til of jealous i.ige 11e.11 ille.
Iloth ni'tr 111 love with M.hj Kcigusoii.
Al.- Hi Sun fr r.im I.,-., , s. t III
fr s an .
Ss li:srisco .Vit. it Kx Queen
l.illoiik.il.iui, .if Hawaii, tin il in till
ell, Ir. 1111 the 0:1 .1 I'llilt) iil;;Iit Sin-will
lie heie lor -.nine tune, ami tvill
liot tin Ihi the
of liei visit. ,hieh it is she
tntcuds to make lo Honolulu
It l 11111I01 s'imm! tli.il tic li.'- o.iiiic
nisi with the Into nl loo ! coiiililtiul
oil int.' otlti lief ffii nils Hie siilijoi t
olicr llgl:t against the ion of
lt.ian h) the I'lOleil il:ites She will
iciii.tiu 111 tills 1-1 1 tn.iwait the .11 1 Ival
of the I'lliness K.iiu.il.iu.i. her niece
and the daughter of A :s I leglnn nc.
The u is lo Ktigl.iud lor
this isuiuli y fin OcIolT ith next and
will lc iluc in San ciifoule
to tin on tk IkIst :t
M .O, llllll It llll I M.I.
1. Aijy.Sepl l Noithetii
Aii011. 1 liis l'on iisili'd lv .1 sm
isl if tliiiudci slot ins, ao'l .liy
t.tiu .tshes htii 1kimi ooiicrteil into
r.iing li't ii'uls .1 It. tti in 1- .i-. in
loule to I'rostiitt with lo.ngel
when thc caught 111 tlie
stieaui of tolf iMei'k. .iiul
theii team ami Imgv weie itoivii
li the rapid cm lent ll.u 1 iii;;loii
in catching the limits ! .
ami satid Inmsidf. hut so 1. 11 noihiug
lias Ikcii Mm ir hciiil ot ltiin or iho
le.tm. and it ts supposed all arc
ill o -tiled
I w tntti -s. t,i sa ll,ii lltM
I'littr Sll. Sept 13 The Itritish
Mcamcr INilyphemiis Iroiu Kokoli.iuta
to lutdo'i ha- Iven il.im.igcil in a nil
lisiou near an island of United
sea, according to a dispatch Just
received from the Islam! of iViitn
Twenty soon of the orc oiV
Iimmis. ept 13 '1 li.- Climitiflc
liil New-, null (traplue up
on the latest new-, ftom v.'uhr, giving
the details of Sp.oilsh ami
thi all concur 111 tin-opinion that the
position of Spain ami that
the of the .is bo I
ligerents is possible
IttiilKln si... 1 little.,
ta via. N Y . Sept II - llowaid (
lleitham. the nuinlciri,
i:i sciitcnceit lo is- titiHiUil lur
lug the wet I. Ntcinliei I
The Greeks were'
physically perfect and
beautiful because they
were healthy. The
man who suffers from
ill -health cannot be
W-' . V X. t &, .woman who
fi nayfcJM is sickly can
not be beautiful
all forms c"f
disorders of the digestim. When the
digestion is cad tne Diooa Decomes 1m
rmre. and is imDerfectlv suDolied with
ths food - elements that build up new
and healthy tissues, and tear down.
and carry away those that are inert and
The nerves are -not rebuilt
from day to day with new, vigorous,
active fibers. Every organ, tissue, muscle
and nerve in the body b half famished
for healthy nutrimenL Almost any disease
in the category of human ills may be
the result of this condition. Most frequently
it is the most deadly of disorders
consumption. Sometimes it is some
other wasting disease. Again, it may De
scrofula or some skin disease.
There is a sure preventive and remedy
for these conditions and maladies. It is
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery'.
It corrects all disorders of the digestion.
It restores the lost or failing appetite and
invigorates the liver. It fills the arteries
y.ith tlie pure, rich, red blood of health.
It builds new, firm flesh, hfy, active
usrve fibers, and strong elastic .muscles.
1 cure7?B per cent, o? all cases of con-
Eumption, and 'asUngdfseases. It cures
.,., J.rr.,, Druggists all it,
ea oeeaMoaal Sose of raedkaertb -ward off the
Wont. r.i fletmn ll,.i, .!. Mutiny
ault Allnrilr IJrnfl.lt tlor.
KitA.MSKour, Ky.. vtu to. a trntu. ,
rliili'V aiil Amlltor htonc. wltli
i:.i u.a.11... an.i im.nr,, i
voting in 1 ho tie-naive 1 heiu
had boon sonic Uvi ly npai riii;; In the
meeting and when the vwt a. is finish-!
oil, lion S O. Mnlloy, ntloinev for1
t'autiehl, started it afrcah liy deel.ti lug
th.it the proceedings hy which t'auliehl
hud Ik'oii ivmoved were thr must
In- had over witucsMil.
lie was proceeding to talk excitedly
in this strain when A 11011103 'nor.il
Taylor inlort him. saying that if
the remarks ucie lo him their
author was "an infamous liar " Other
hot worrit passed and a t'e;lit
soouicil imiulnoiil till tiov.
ley' stepped in ami called the
liolligeront.s lo oider. Warden Happy
is understood to h.itc instigated the
fight against ('.tiilicld, and llic .il- 1
came near an the lie
passed Ik-I wnii them
flay afternoon .suit In the
Kraukliit ein ititi 0111 1 the sal
ary Jur three mouths during he
lias Ih'CII deposed.
An lnniittinro fiiiiliii)'i, In lrrnili.
fill f 1 1 mil in E Kl.,Mt ti .1 l II W tll.
Kit i.MiHiiir, Ky., Sept, 1U. J.fJ. Ifodil,
the liuisville Iawyei. was hen- Thursday,
and as counsel for the Mutual
lleiicfit Co., of New Jersey, in tin- suits
of the Tale heirs to collect the insurance
held on the life, of defaulting
Tieasiirer James W. Tale, had topics
made of petition-, which have Ik-cu
piosoiited to the present ami former
governors, asking a pardon for Tale.
The defendants will rely on this as
lo show that Tale's family
!i:ul j lends, nt li list up lo a eu we-k..
ago.diclioiod hint still alive.
Tin- iHiliev hclll 111 the Mutual Itene-
lit was unlike the others, uml priii'lilc.
that, should the policy untitle af'er
Tsilo's death the proceeds go 10 hit
family, hut should lie lie still living It
s'lould lo payable to himself. This
polic matures next year.
Short Ttil o f'r!
l.oftsvil l.K, Ky., Sept, 111 -A plan i.s
on foot for the consolidation of four f if
the largest tohaecowaiehousesin
They include the K.igle.
Otven uml ihetJiecn l!i-i
The consolidation is ioh.ihlv
I'otitcuiplntcil to reduce ..,
owing to the short I ili.noo mp, tlie
nniulr of m l.ouis il'-.
renders the liusiiuvss prohtalile
than iu gool years.
t III Stiiuit fur ftnlit
I.otnsi It i.K, Ky , Sept, 1 11. II ill
St ilesSonator Lindsay is in the city in
conference with Sccretaiy I'aiinll, of
the gold ilciuocriilie committee. Sent
t.ir l.iitdsay vvill go tin the slump
the gold dcinoeralie ticket. K-Secie
tan, of Agriculture M01 ton has w 1
-n that lie will come to Kentucky ami
in ike a iinmher of sceehes. K-fl-ii le
t in of the Treasury Carlisle will a'.
IIowi.imi tllJKKX, Ky., Sept. 10. V
Kvans has lironglit suit for SlTi.tKll
against the I- and X. lLtilro.nl company,
lie alleges in his petition that,
ho hail severed liis connection
-with the company in Ihlt, he was
liy .said company, which prevented
him from obtaining work on
otlim roads and earning a living.
William SI -- Hi llUn.i.tisl.
Lkxingtov. Ky., Sept lu.The
city ronncil Thursday ntglit dismissed
William Slcnth from the olliir
of of public works 011
the statement of the mayor, that his
orders were not hcing osceulcd in a
balisfactory manner hy the
11. II Walker was elceled to
I.fmmhov. Ky.Scpt. 10 Mrs t'has
Ilowaiil. mother of Mrs O II .Morgan,
of this city, died Thursday moiiiiu
Md.. at the adiamcil ago of
iu. She was the only v ivin.; 0I0U
of Francis Key. author of
Print Frtim rinitra. N. Y In
Dr.NVHt. Col., Sept in II S Wage
nnl his wife have arrived in Denver,
having diivcn from Kliuira, N. Y.,
since dune 10, last Mr Wage is 7i.
years old and his wife Is ir 3-cat
younger. The trip eot S". -including
the price of a new horse, lite animal
with which they started having given
out iu Indiana.
Cut Mi- Do ill r lukis IIU 1.11k.
PltfJCMV. Ariv.. Sept tti Itenjainin
Zocckler. one of the most extensive
cattle dealers in the Miuthwest. killed
himself early Thursday morning by a.
pistol stint 01 tlie ear. lliisiness
reverses had depressed him fot a month
past atltl his suicide is .ittrilmled to
Will Jtrtiik All (Inutik
San KiiAjv.riFcn, i'al., Sept. 10 Vessels
arriving from report that
the salmon run in the north will lire.ilr
all previous roeoiiN. 'I he aehmmer
Premier arrived from tlu.il.tid.a with
2.S00 barrels of salmon, and the ship
Eclipse got 10..W cises.
The news by the steamer National
City, from St. Michael's, cm rolioratos
all that has leen said of Hit-
short rations in the gold diggings 01
the upper river during the winter.
Gas nt CatletUbar.
CATi.ETTenuHG, Ky., Sept 9. A
heavy flow of gas was struck here
Wednesday morning by the Florence
Oil & Gas Co. This is the second well,
and only down about COO fceL It blew
500 feet of water and shot it high above
Shot In Altbama.
IiAWKENCEDUEO, Ky., Sept. 9. A. telegram
to Sirs. Harriet Hanks Wednesday
told of the fatal shooting of her
son, Grayson Hanks, at Atmorc, Ala.
It is not known i&cther he was in
a difficulty or shot himself accidentally.
Wr-d In Spite of the Drldo's Family.
Lexisgtox, Ky., Sept. 9. Miss Zelma
Barnctt came here Wednesday from
Versailles and was quietly married to
A. U. Dunbar, of this city, by Dr.
Evans. The bride's family objected to
Colored Fair at Lexington.
Ky., Sept. 9. The annual
colored lair commenced here
Wednestiav morning with an unusually
I large attendance. Trotting and nin
j ning races will be given.
Ky.. SepL 9. -William
Askins, who, it is alleged, broke into
the Milford post oflicj, was arrested
New Guld Flnld.
IvEtvYoitK, SepL 9. A dispatch to
the World from Caracas, Venezuela
savs: Vast gold fields have been
covered in thestate of Miranda Guarico.
The mines yield ounces of irold
to the tor A German-English'
cate is exploring the, region.
1 Gen, i.e Arrive iu York.
;KW YoitK, Sept. 9 Fitzhugh
Ki,i mnpl of thr iTntti
gtatcfi at 1Iavana ArrIvea T,ere Wed.
5 1Ie , accompanied by his
on. J Fishy, and K L. Oliver,
United Stotesconsul af, Merida.
An Kast-Beautt Reerl EjUibllxlisd.
' I ouuiaiwira. o. Sep U - The, Amcr.
It is Thought fcy Many
izlien the Creator said to woman
tii.i. in the Unini of ituhuitf children," that a curse was
"""I" after- nounCed,butthe joy felt by every
noon wliilr tlit of C, I ( ...- . 1.
Mother when she first presses to
ot u,e K.i,iyvi.e
a Con.i.i,.,v,i. - , b.er heart her babe, proves the
Tin- in.incr of rn.Kiviii ii.ii contrary.
bcii tint iHMni in, u ii.-. I Danger and suffering lurk in
Thurxluy ufiiriion t'uniuiii the pathway -of the Expectant
oust.-.i i.y u.e or Ationiey Hotter, and should be avoided,
.rat Taylor. rrUirj ..t M..I., tha. the hQur
when the hope of her heart is to
"in sorrovr sitalt thou brine forth
be realized, in fult vigor and
and at the trying hour makes
Child-birth easy, as so many happy
mothers have experienced,
nothing but "Mother's Friend"
does this. Don't be deceived.
"Jlother'a Friend1 la tbo greatest remedy oyer
put on the market,&nd all my customers prsiae it
highly." Yf .H.Kixq & Co., Whitewright, Tex,
Sontby Mall, on receipt of price,! 1 00 PEG BOTTIE.
Book "To Expectant Mothers" mailed free, containing
valuable information and voluntary
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA.GA.
SOLO BT ALL DftUCOItTS.
Ceheadcd Almost In IIU Own House WhlU
r.oeisvn.i.K, Ky., Sept. 9. A desperate,
deadly duel occurred late Wednes
day night in a two-story frame
on 'West Jlrcadway, occupied liy Wal-I
lace. W. Higbee. K. L. I)ovns and
War -; W. Higlee, well known in
laboi 11011 circles, became engaged in
a qua I, the result of an old grudge.
Mrs. l.bee was sitting in the parloi
of the residence. They adjourned to
an upstairs room to fight it out.
was armed with a razor and Downs
had a pocket knife.
They first clinched and fought each
other all over the room. Tables were
knocked ovr and glasses and pictures
hroken. Finally the two men drew
their weapons. Illgbee almost cut
Downs" clothes into threads, but in the
scuttle his throat was cut from car to
ear. His head was almost severed from
Downs was arrested as he was coolly
washing the blood from his hands,
itanding by the side of his victim.
Higboe leaves a wife and son. Downs
is a single man.
Hut It Seenm That the Penitentiary
Clerk 'Will lie Again Kemoveit.
Fkakfokt, Ky., Sept 9. The state
sinking fund commissioners were in
bession Wednesday hearing the evidence
against Clerk Caufield, of the
Eddyville penitentiary, whom they are
seeking to remove. Caufield was, removed
once by order of the commissioners,
but the court decided the removal
was not legal because he did not have
notice. The commissioners have given
him notice this time, and he is here
with his attorneys fighting against removal
as best he can. The evidence in
the case is not all in, and a decision
will be reached by the commissioners
Thursday. It is believed Caufield will
be again removed, though Gov. llradley
and Treasurer Iong arc expected to
vote against it, unless Warden Happy
is also removed.
A KENTUCKY GIRL.
She Manage n Stock Farm
Her Father Oncti Superintended.
Vkrsaii.t.ks. Ky SepL 9. Miss Sidney
Ayres, of Ducker's Station, this
county, is a lovely Kentucky girl, who
is personally -.and successfully managing
a blue grass stock farm. Her
father, El W. Ayres, the well-known
trotting horse man, died nearly a year
ago. and his pretty daughter had the
courage and business sense to take up
her father's business where he Jef t off.
A visitor at the farm where Iluezetta,
2:0f. md Early llird, 2:10, were
raised, would find Jliss Ayres at the
training track early in the morning
directing the trainer what colts to
drive and how much work to give them,
as she watched their speed and condition
with a critical eye.
rrinon SIiojm Contrurt Awarded.
FitAMvFOirr, Ky., Sept. 7. The state
board of sinking fund commissioners
awarded the contract for rebuilding the
Eddyville penitentiary shops to F. W.
Kattcrjohn, l'aducah. The contract
price is S23.S50. The commissioners
1 saved the state about 510,000 by reject-
ing all of the original bids and adver
tising for the bids which were opened
Kentncky Wheat Crop.
FnAXKFOKT, Ky., Sept. 7. The regular
report of the state agricultural commissioner
will not be given out till
Tuesday, but the advance sheet shows
that he estimates the Kentucky wheat
crop at 11,379,000 bushels. His correspondence
from 100 counties wire that
over half the crop is still held by the
farmers for higher prices.
l'lcnlc to Aid Strikers.
Lkxixgto.v. Ky., Sept. 7. The Central
Labor council gave a grand picnic
at the Lexington race course Monday,
the proceeds of which go to aid the
suffering coal miners in Kentucky and
Tennessee. Four of the events of the
programme were bicycle races foi
ladies, but these did not fill. Quite a
round sum was made.
lee Caused Typhoid.
Lexixotox, Ky., Sept. 7. The recovery
of Supervisor J. A. Cunningham, oi
tlie insane asylum, is extremely doubtful,
lie contracted typhoid fcvci
throngli the use of ice cut from a stagnant
pond on the asylum grounds.
Mrs. II. T. Noel Head.
MmnLKsnouo, Ky., SepL 7. Mrs
nenry Taylor Tocl died Sunday night
of paralrsis of the hearL Shcwastlu
wife of II. T. 2ocL the author and jur
ist, and prominently connected
throughout the state.
Washington, Sept 7. The following
Ken tuckians were pensioned Monday
Johnathan Burke, Albany: Killis J
Coomcr, Edmonton; John Bailej', Fau
bush. Original Widows, Etc. ;Marj
Ann Johnson. Itosinc.
Gov. JJradley Subpoenaed.
I Fhankkout, Ky., SepL 9. Deputy
Sheriff Nick Sullivan was on State-house
square Wednesday morning
serving subpoenaes issued some time
ngo for the defense witnesses in the
j Hunter bribery cases; Among those
' served were Gov. Bradley, Agricultural
Commissioner Moore and a number of
local newstjaDcr men.
Maj. Clarrf Iimane.
Lkxixgtox, Ky., Sept. 11. The
.,;t,. r :r,o, ,,.i,iv
P!, Wm , -.. Th' J ..,,.
noou to a sanitarium, will be learned
with regret by turfman, nil over the
country. Not many years ago he was
one of the. leading turfmen and
ere of the country and bred many good
his Coldstream farm near
,d lltaOull y.
j'inkviixjl Ky.t 11. The com-
mlrt nrifr.ort W, nnnf,
. ""w -..
trythc case-Ol t3. H, JtMncy.
evH effects of eoa.ttiiuea deserves to ows ajw lean line steamer fcs, Louist irom lfew Ing elder of tbeJIiadlesborourh.
XorSepteinberi arrived here at aa
The Labor Day Race Were Hotly
nt Fonntuln Krrry Furlb
Louisvii.i.e, Ky., Sept. 7. Labor day
races at Fountain Ferry were, a great
sueces.s as the events were hotlv contested
and two amateur world's records
went by the board.
The principal contest wns a pursuit
team race, preferential for five miles.
The entries were, made up of two
teams Seaton-Davisworth and
It pleased the spectators, wonderfully.
Scaton ond Davisworth
gained steadily on their rivals, who
started from the opposite side of the
track, until at the end ot four miles
Scaton caught them at the tape. Time
for the four miles, ten minutes,
Harry M. bidwell, of Covington, Ky.,
lowered tlie amateur record for two-thirds
of a mile flying start, paced by
a quad. Time 1:10. against 1:11.
IL W. Middendorf, of Louisville,
broke the amateur stand start record
for a third of u mile unpaccd. Time
:41 2-5, against :t2.
Kim Trees lylitg.
VEitsAiiJ.rif, Ky., SepL 7. A strange
phenomenon is reported from the country
southwest of here in Woodford
country. Lvery elm tree within a radius
of many miles has died down to
the roots this summer. Old trees,
whose trunks are two and three feet in
diameter, that have stood for 100 years,
and young bushes and sapplings have
alike perished. Other varieties oi
trees in the same territory arc green
and vigorous, the elms alone being affected.
Won the Itond Knee.
Covixotox, Ky., SepL 7. After holding
the Kentucky bicycle championship
for two years, Cliff C. Xadaud, the
long-distance bicycle rider, Monday
surrendered the title to L20.,C. Lange-felt,
one of the best, as well as youngest,
rideM in this section of the country.
Mr. Langefeltwon tlu honor of
being styled champion of Kentucky
riders by ending first in Monday's 100-mile
road race from Lexington to Covington.
l.oy Killed In a ftuuavrny.
Paixtsvillk, Ky., SepL 11. Friday
morning, near Ilegina, Trig Dotson,
aged 12, was instantly killed in a
The team was attacked by
hornets and ran away, the boy being
thrown from the wagon and crushed
under the wheels.
Couiiurt or the I-A. W. at Lexington.
Lkxixgtox, Ky., SepL 11. John C.
Wilson, of this city, has been appointed
local counsel for the L. A. W., vice
C. O. Updike, resigned. Ho is a fast
racing man and enthusiastic wheelman.
Kefimed to Indict Cratib.
Kmixkxce, Ky., SepL IL The grand
jury Friday refused to indict W. L.
Crabb on charges preferred by the Oldham
SONS OF VETERANS.
The Farado Friday, Headed liy the Governor
and IIU Staff.
IxiiiAXArous, Ind., SepL 11. Although
the selection of a commander-in-chief
does not occur till Saturday,
the Sons of Veterans spent much of
their time Fridry in electioneering for
their favorite candidates for that office.
The present commander-in-chief,
J. L. Hake, has announced- himself out
of the race, and two other prospective
candidates, Ncely, of Washington, and
atillson, of Miehigon. failed to appear
at the cncampmenL Those who will
make the contest aie Darling, of
I'atten, of Wisconsin; Dillcy, o
Iowa, and Buckley, of Kentucky. The
Kentucky band, of Itouisville. stool
ouLside the capitol Friday morning and
played Kentucky airs for Candidate
lluckley, and later it went to the top
of the soldiers' monument and played
Darling's friends say the election o
their man is assured and he is being introduced
as the next commander-in-chief.
The next contest of importance il
for the place of the next convention
Omaha speaks for it through Senatoi
Thurston, who is making a strong ef
fort to pull the '9S convention to the
wesL Senior Vice Commander Ken
nedy is working for the west, bu
thinks the propej place for Jt to bi
held is at Denver. The Ohio delegate)
are talking up the virtues of Cincinnat
as an encampment city.
has a request in and a few Ohio pcoplt
are supporting its claim.
Kteven Killed In n Holler Kxploiilon.
Viexxa, Sept. 1 1. Dy the cxplosioj
of a boiler at a brewery at Hoenstaedt
near Olmutz, Friday, eleven pcrson
were killed and many were
And a Wedding Gltt yired to a Kentucky
L'cxixotox, Ky., SepL 8. Harold
MeKendnck Waller, a prominentyoung
man of Law renceburg, and Miss
Sadie Witherspoon, daughtar of a well-known
banker oft the same plaee, eloped
to Lexington Tuesday morning and
were married at the residence of Mr
J. M. Corbin. on east Third street, by
Rev. Otis Huihston at 11:30 o'clock.
Over the K. C. at 3 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon the couple went to Cincinnati
to apend their honeymoon.
The parents of the bride and groom
were notified of the wedding, and soon
after the following telegram was received:
"Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waller, Lexington,
Kv.: Accept my congratulations.
Will give you an interest in the
firm as a wedding gifL F. F. Waller."
In Kentucky Reported to He the Itesnlt
of a Fend.
RicttMoxn, Ky., SepL 8. John Isaac,
alleged to be one of the white caps who
so brutally beat Charles Murray and
the Clmonscs in Freeman's. Hollow,
has been placed in jail here, and warrants
are out for others of the gang,
who were recognized by their victims.
The trouble is said to"be the outgrowth
of the killing of Lafayette Powell by W.
II. Moody at Hig Hill a month ago.
Murray and tlie Clemonses were
among Moody's" principal witnesses,
and it was upon their evidence that
Moody was g'ven a very light sentence.
Threats w .J made against them at
the time o the trial, and this rough
treatment a :v nights ago is said to
have been at the hands of the l'owell
ClNCTSXATI. Sept. 11.
PLOCn Spring fancy. W83QA10; sprlns
famly, spring patent, 8G(X3fi00;
winter patent. 5.uQaJU; fancy, ft.7aS4.85;
family, l.73 1.00; extra. L3i.ia): low grade,
ti.0a5iW); rye, northwestern, R.lCtIJJ.iJ; do
Wn eat Sales: No. 2 red. truck. CTc; sample
led, switching. lKg98&
Cokn Sales: No. 2 yellow, track, Ec; No. 2
mixed, track, 32c; yellow ear. trade, 330.
Oats Sales: No. 3 white, track. 2lc; No. 2
m iJ, tr.ickilc; do. twitched, 3I&C.
Hoos Select butchcrs 5t.lv3t.iO; fair to
good packers', Hi34.35; fair to Rood light,
$I.3US,1.4U; common and roughs. t3.S0Hia.
Cattlb Pair to good shippers', M.tXJ4 C5;
extra, good to cccice butchers, ft.03
lair to medium butthers', J3.2Ct23.73;
SntEP Ilxtras. t3.C033.73; gooa to caolec,
common to fair, 12285.
Lambs Extras, SV50; gooJ to choice, 80.OOQ
5. 13; common to talr. S3.7n
VKAttCALVKS ClosinK weak, Z5Q20C tower.
Fair to good light, ?3.733fl.75; extras, VT.W;
common and larje, t3.SQZ.UX
"iVoott Cnwashed. nne merino. t3o per &;
quarter blood clotbinir. lTfeiSc; rae.dlam. dc-
I lalno and clothln?, lTglSc; braid, I6,i6o; toe-
1 dlurn combine, lg.2ste 'iVanhert, One
Merino X 10 XX EnedJwaj, ctothinir,
lSHcr delaine fleceo. 18J9c; loag coaibteif,:
2J2tc; and 178tt;
coarso. Ii7c; choice, 230
' Chicass, Soptj It.
Witeat September, S14c; Oseeaber, Jc
eld, k5j4c: Mjj. we. s 4 "-
Cokn September, 3le; Octofear, S!3ic;
Oats -September; ,30c; Oe'.otfcr. 20;io;
" ' '
- Pittsbuhqh; Sept IL
Cattle Prime, &ttt Wr commote I8.4JQ
3.70; oommon topocd latoiettW34'
"Hoos lrune light Yorkers aadpl8, H4S
4J; .'bfjSt'uiedlum, SK.d4JW;. grftssere sad
st)ibWfr9C94l; hevy ,' H364.:'rte.
f y v - M.
Kentnrky Victims of the Yellow Fever In
tho South Shipped to the City.
IjOUisvnXK, Ky., Sept. 8. Louisville
has furnished two victims to tho yellow
fever epidemic in Mississippi.
Miss Lulu Alfrlend died there a wciik
ago, and her remains were shippsd
here for burial under a certificate stating
that she died from dengue fever.
Investigation Shows that yellow
fever was the cause of her death. a.id
some uneasiness is now felt over the
fact that tne remains were brought
here. Miss Alfriend was a daughter of
the late Col. Calin Alfriend. city ticket
agent of tlie L. St, X. in this citr.
The- other victim was Dr. Henry
a local man, who went to Ocean
Springs, Miss., to attend the s cic.
BlR Falling 03 In Co il Tonnage.
Fiiaxkfort, Ivy., Sept. 8. State Mine
Inspectar Stone's reports from the various
cOal producing counties in this:
state show a big decrease in the ton
nage of coal, notwithstanding the stt ike
has affected only one district. Hopkins,
the chief coal county, fell off 15,-
079 tons. lTnion is short 9,000 tons,
ebster 7,000 tons and Hancock, Daviess
and McLean counties about an
equal amount of loss. l'utlcr and
Christian have slightly increased, bin
allrother counties show a big falling
To Tkc the Veil.
Lkxixgtox, Ky., Hcpt. 8. Miss Lillian
Cromw ell, of this city, has gone to
Lorretto convent to enter the novitiate,
preparatory to taking the veil. Miss
Cromwell is a very handsome young
woman and. has been quite popular
here. She is a daughter of the late AV.
It. Cromwell, who was killed near Philadelphia,
on the Pennsylvania railro id,
two years ago.
IlAr.nouitsviij.K, Ky., Sept- 8. The
meeting of the Kentucky annual conference
of the Methodist Episcopal
church opened here Tuesday morning,
llishop Mallnlien. of lloston, presiding.
The question of equal representation is
to come up at this sjh'.ion to be voted
upon, and there is much interest being
.J. lit Delivery at I'dmontnn.
0r.A.'0ow, Ky., Sept. S. William Mc-Guire.
Tat Forrest and Ed. .lones. all
white, made their escape from the Metcalfe
count- jail at I'dmonton. Thcj
tunneled out beneath the lower floor
I.lvery Stable Ilur.ieJ.
Fkaxkfokt, Ky., Sept. S. The liverv
stable, of A. (J. (lainc o:t Holmes
street, was destroyed 3re Tuesday
Loss, S2,."i00; insurance. SJ.000. Loss
on horses and vehicle quartered there
by other people, ?800; insurance, SJW.
Chicago Lanjrrr Sulclilct.
Chicago, S -pt 9. C. l Winkley. as
sistant counsel o' the Illinois Steel Co.,
committed suicide Wednesday morn no
by jumping from the third story of the
housa where he w as boardin '. '
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This famous remedy will cure
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Eft Vtf; (oie UotMk' nm&Mti
Beat Granulated Sugar 23 ll. f(r...i.
Artmckle's Coffee 2 lbs. for ,..11. .
Dest Ilmnd Canned Corn7Ve, JIor.
Best Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 aas forr i
ueat mapie teai iarti. ids. lot
nea tstar w un uoaras ,5,
Best Coat Oil per Ealloa.ii Jj ."T
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