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Miss Leonard, accompanied by a bridesmaid whoso namo must not be breathed, entered tho room. She was a baiutiful young woman. Her face was of classical outline) and indicative of intellectual strength as well as of gentle, womanly qualities. She and the bridesmaid were dressed in simple Greek robes of nun's veiling bound at the waist with cords of white silk. They were followed by a child 4 years old, Miss Genevievo Mercedes NUMBER 49 Highest of all in Leavening Power. HEROES. Those Who Served In the Civil War. MfcRE :gula?or J5Sas,ff-?-7- THE LOOATIOU OP THEIB TOMBB. '?s"ScSf gai&afc&2 SMggggS THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE s Wide Disposition of the Remains of Array and Naval Commanders How Their Graves Are Marked and Who Cares For Them. LCopj-right, America has no Westminster abbey or r v 3t. Panl's to enshrine its illustrious r. Malma, Fever ei brns s J Aiu. R leumatis'ii, aud many other dead. Their graves are scattered far and w . 'i i h.v th constitution and wide throughout the laud. Perhaps this l I fcrit wet'ri;i' 'w word has been ordered wisely. Such sentries Fh .. ATuk? It is bIMMONS LiVER of memory and suggestion spread broadFt . i Wok Od want. IhcA'ordREG-- l cast serve a better purpose in sucji a T k distincuiilKs it from al! other land as ours than they concenv ! .n. Arid, bcsiJiS tins, SlM.MONS trated in one vastifgalleryweretombs, a of I iU KEG JLATORjs a Regulator of Ihi strps it proprivat work, that youi nation's pantheon though that might be. It sometimes seems that there would su n uivhe kept in "od .orkiitHm. FOR THE BLOOD taKc SIMMON5 have been a peculiar fitness if those of fcR KEGULATG. it i t!ic St Moo our great soldiers whose fame is especialp. and corrector. Try it and -- oU ly associated vrith particular battlefields t - j tcrence. Look for the RED 7 xrald have been buried in them as, for -n pa.Kage. You wo 'nd it o. example, Meado at Gettysburg, McClol-la- n 'tiler medicine, and ilvre . no othc 3 at Antietam and Thomas at remedv r' ATi)R like SlMMONi LlVEl In these great national cemethe Kingof Liver Remedief Fhot L tery parks the most eloquent monuments B- - sure mi j j,it it. of their fame are to bo found. There, " J H 'a sleeping with the armies of obscure dead whose hands and hearts did the work of their leadership, their ashes would have PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. found tho most adequate embalming. But perhaps what is is best Yet onp ATTOEITSTS. fancies that the work of Memorial day would have had a peculiar significance in smothering the graves of an army li B. HO(J(J, with fljwers and lent fresh point to the old couplet : A TTOftXEY A T LA W, . fc 1 t s'uvow t 1 1 ER 't - ie it .sou- is the time you t T.ut to wake up your Liver. iv. ! ATOR. Don't ISPfi. by the Author. 1 1 f Y -- . Ghicka-niaug- a. 1 RlLllHOXD, - - The art of tho sculptor has attempted the presentment iu marble and brouze of many of the great men whose swords tfhrr No ij Yint Wreet, sp Mam. flashed so vividly in that wonderful four years which shoot up like an Alpine t.KANTE. LILLY, peak out of our history. Each year adds some new imago to tho national portrait A TT01iXEYAT-LIP, gallery. Net a few of these are worthy Richmond, Kbxthcky. of tho greatness of the subject. Such, for instance, is tho Farragut statue in New York. But it is a depressing fact xfice . w (wm' Miuh and Seond tretR that many of them reflect little credit on the nation, and some of them actually ui walrx Will praetlee in aH IheeoHruof ! idiMtii and IJhi4; euntfs aad Cwart o f belittle the greatness which they design 3 to commemnrate. There seems to have t'Pl been a slight awakening of the public conscience in this respect, however. The W. B. SMITH, f.iot that tho congressional committeo in A TTOJtXEY AT LAW v hnse charge the award of the Sherman sratuo to bo erected in 'Washington was Richmond, Kesti'Ckv. placed found no model fully worthy is an indication of it But beautiful and touching as is tho iffice b CeHtnt BiMmc, desire to honor tho great dead by sculptured figures erected in publio places, .) C. A-- D. JL CHENAULT, that men may gaze upon them and thrill with the lesson of their lives, there is A TTOKKEYS A T LA W, something after all that comes closer to the heart It is in the subtle and pregKentucky. nant thought that all distinctions cease Richmond, in the presence of death. That tho private or the general did his best to do a 'fibre od ieo4 street, eve? CfcemHik's gro- - noble and a worthy deed is where tho Ctr, honor lies. The blaze of fame is a flash in the pan without such a text So, STEPHEN IX PAKRISH, however wc may pour out oblations of honor and gratitude at tho tombs of the A TTOKNEY AT LAW, great, the tenderer sentiments should the unknown Kentucky. linger at the graves of themselves, Rkhwnd, dead. Tho great soldiers if they could open their lips, would say so. Pair - Caveat, Tre Marks, Di(ii, Fie A glance at tho resting places of some Re, tv 10 pateotaMky of Tt4i.ii t tee of of the distinguished personages who nMirpaftftcd facilHKfi. Mfulral-lerOalv blazed the traces of their fame in tho ttei i for a patent, wnte me great civil war will serve as an example of the wide disposition of their remains. PHYSICIAiTS. General Grant's tomb, overlooking the Hudson river, is a notable sight in upper New York city. DR. H. R. GIBSON, General Robert Anderson's grave at West Point is looked after by Mrs. Gen ' YSICIAX AXB JSUJIGEOX, end Anderson and his daughter, Mrs. Kentucky J. B. Lawton. The grave of Sumter's t HM'is-i)-. hero is decorated every Memorial Sunday by a detachment of veterans from ? e in the Joe "ohns luiiijui, t& amd 20 Sec cro Street, oer White's new dntc&tofe. Robert Anderson and A S. "Williams posts of Now York city; also Anderson's battery, Sons of Veterans and Ander('HAS. HOOKER, son's zouaves. General D. B. Birney's grave at I ETERTXARY SURGEON, Woodland cemetery, Philadelphia, is Graduate Ontario Veterinary CuKegc. well kept under the care of his wife and son and D. B. Bimey post, No. 63, Veterinary Dentistry aa4 Sterility a. Specialty o A Kentuckv Only the memories of the just SnK'll evroi t and blossom in the dust. 0 r V hl I 6-- ... 27- Otti? e ap stairs over New ork Store, corecr 46- Ma id and First streets. RicbmeAC' G. A. R. H. T C. Medicine and .Surgery, -- (lliih Huiklini:, Main Street. nfli up at reatoce (the Carr plate), m p. JASPER, Jil. U II'. !! - - - - - Broadway. Kentucky D.i II II. ROBERTS Pii"h iihre Kextocky Corner Duncan Avenue and Ileasnt Street, Paris, Ky. "t)ifi e Hours. S to 10 a. in., to 4 p. iu , 7 to 8 p. m. -- t i 1 1- Ee, ...fePBCIAI.TIBS... Bumside's grave, in Swamp Point Ear, Nose, Throat and Stomach cemetery. Providence, is kept in good order, a permanent fund having been established for that purpose. Doubleday's grave in Arlington cemDR. O. A. KENNEDY," - General Francis P. Blair is buried in Belfoutaino cemetery, St Louis, in a well kept grave. Tho monument to the general is in Forest park, St Louis. The gallant General Henry A. who died only a few years ago from a wound which never ceased to trouble him, is buried at Oakwood eemetery, Syracuse. Lafayette post of New York city looks after the grave. General Hiram Burnham, hero of Fort Harrison and the capture of Marye's Heights, lies in Pino Grove cemetery, Chesterfield, Ma His grave is marked by a monument occupies a prominent place in tho cemetery, and is kept in good condition by the authoriBar-uu- ties. - PJIYSICIAX AXD SURGEON, EifiiJioxD, Kentucky. Office in Smith Building, No. 194 Main Street, tip lUirs Office hours la to 1 and 4 105 o'c.ock. etery is marked by a monument General Doubleday's widow lives in Washington. Lafayette post of New York city is interested in decorating tho grave. Colonel Ellsworth, tho zouave, ono of the earliest of the war heroes, is buried in Mechanicsvillo cemetery. New DR. JOHN LL FOSTER, York. There is a monument Ellsworth , - . Ken tuck post of Mechanicsville is interested in Richmond. the caro of the grave. General Charles Devin lies in Mount Telephone at office and residence. v Auburn cemetery, Cambridge, Mass. Post 10 is interested in the caro of the grave. G. W. EVANS, M. D., Rear Admiral Charles Henry Davis, Richmond, Kentucky the naval hero of the Mississippi, lies Hairing retired from the practice of medicine ago, l'?nl)tan otTr forprofessional Lnown to rcy in Cambridge cemetery, Cambridge. reasuiil best se.f, I aain Commander 0 services to the There is a monument uj pe ?3c of KkBOiina ana .jai' Pcnsui desir H. Davis, United States navy, son of 'TS Ey ser.iccc will cud nr orhce uoor .... -- cf the residence treet. of N. U "OeathersEe on Second nrst nwiu DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Prodilnmer in Medicine and Surgery, . Richmond Kentucky Office and residence on Third .Streot. ' V VL j, fiiull :nt snd PAPER SHOP Work GaaraBteed. Basement of Dillingham Building, Ru hmoiid, Kv. First-clas- s Orders left atW.G. Whiter, Prij -- Promptly attended to. ces reasonable fi-4 General John A Dix, author of the which in 18G1 thrilled the northern heart, "If any man attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot," is buried in Trinity cemetery. New York, His gravo is marked by a simple headstone. The Rev. Morgan Dix, son of the general, and John A Dix post, G. A R., look after the grava Charles Eller, Jr., who distinguished himself on the Mississippi, in command of the first steam ram fleets and who died of a wound received in the naval battle of Memphis, is buried at Laurel Hill cemetery, Philadelphia. Farragut is buried in Woodlawn cem? etery, New York. The Farragut plot is beautifully situated on Aurora hilL Captain Loyal Farragut son of the ad miral, and Farragut post of Now York city are interested in decorating tbi grava General George P. Foster, colonel ol the Fourth Vermont volunteers, otfb oi the crack regiments from the Grecij "Mnuntwn State, is buried i JkakeYiS"! phrase, thegrava the admiral, is interested in tho care of j is a monument General James D. Fessenden is buried JLAUDE FALLS WRIGHT AND MARY at Portland, Ma, in Evergreen cemetery. On fame's etcrnnl camping ground ' LEONARD WEDDED AT LA.'JT. There is a monument Tho general's Their rilent tenta aro spread, widow, his brother. General F. D. FesAnd glory guards in solemn round Tho bivouao ot the dead. senden, and Bosworth post, G. A R., the Great Unknown Performed tie Cermonument. At tho setting of the sun Crittenden's look after tho grave, which is in excelemonyThe Marriage In Accordance With General Sedgwick rests in Cornwall gravo lies between the shadows cast by lent condition. Prehistoric Rites One For Tnuosophy Hollow, Conn. There i3 a monument at tho state monument to Boone alid that Fremont is buried in Rockland cemeNow. his grava erected to the memory of the Kentuck-lan- s tery, on tho Hudson, above New York General Truman Seymour, ono of tho who fell at Buena Vista, in Mexico. A prehistoric courtship resulted yescity. It is a commanding site and is marked by a monument, recently erected. heroes of the defense of Fort Sumter, i Tho remains of General Slocum lio in terday in tho marriage of two thjosoph-ia-v- l Rear Admiral A H. Footo lies in rests in Italy. He died thero last year Greenwood, near the tomb of Henry leaders, Claude Falls Wright and Grove Street cemetery, New Haven. His aiiu was uunea in tne .rroicsiant cem- Ward Bcecher. The general's family Miss Mary Katherino Leoline Leonard, etery in Florenca and Ransom post, G. A. R., of Brooklyn son, A. R. S. Foote, and Admiral Foote in accordance with the rites of tho anGeneral George C. Strong was among look after the grava post are interested in tho caro of tho those who fell in the assault upon Fort Logan is buried at tho Soldiers' home, cient Egyptian mysteries. The adept in grave, which is kept iu splendid condiWagner. Ho lived a few days after re- Washington. occultism, the secret head of thj tion and is marked by a monument ceiving his wound, and his remains society in America, and the Butler's remains lio in private ground Garfield's remains rest at Cleveland, wero removed to Greenwood cemetery, belonging to the Hildreth holrs, in a occult successor of William Q. Judge in tho cemetery overlooking the laka Georgo C. Strong post of plot annexed to Hildreth cemetery, performed tho ceremony, General John F. Harrranf t is buried Brooklyn. assisted by Alat Montgomery, Pa. The national gnard Brooklyn holds servico'at tho general's Lowell, Mass. Hall Butler, sou of the derman Robinson. It was very gragravo every Memorial day. general, and Benjamin F. Butler post of that state recently erected a monucious, indeed, of tho adept to dc so, for Stoneman, the cavalry leader, who No. 42, G. A. R , look after tho grava ment to his memory at an expense of died in San Francisco, lies buried at Banks' grave at Grove Hill cemetery, Mr Wright wanted to get married two $10,000. Lakcwood cemetery, Lakewood, N. Y. Waltham, Mass., is looked after by his years ago, and ho said: "Better not Hancock. "Tho Superb," lies in a Yon'ro so young, you know," ocr words Thomas' vault constructed during Tiis lifetiino Troy, N. grave at Oakwood cemetery, widow and F. P. A. Rogers posr, No. to that effect Y,, is cared for by a commit- 29, G. A. R. Thero is no monument and under his own supervision in Mont- tee of several G. Mr Wright had waited many thouA. R. posts. The conGeneral J. G. Barnard, the distingomery cemetery, Norristown, Pa. Zook sand years, according to his and post G. A R., Norristown, and tho dition of tho grave and tho surroundings guished engineer, is buried at Sheffield, he thought that in justice to idea,brido the aro of tho best, being kept in order by a Mass. Thero is a mortuary chapel in tho Montgomery County Historical society permanent fund. Thero is a monument cemetery erected to his memory by Co- elect he should not postpone tho nupare interested in the caro of the grava tials beyond a reasonablo time Mis3 Terry of Fort Fnher fame rests in tho lumbia college, New York city. General Alexander Hayes, hero of tho City Burial ground, New Haven. There General J. M. Corse of1' Hold the Leonard, however, named a day which Mexican war and of the civil war, is met tho approval of the adept, t.nd Mr. is a buried in Alleghany cemetery, Pitts- ters, monument, and the general's sis- fort!" memory lies at Burlington, la. Wright lectured and wroto and was with Admiral Footo post, G. A R., Thero is a monument under way. Matburg. Ono of the sights of Pittsburg is very happy indeed ths Hayes monument, erected by the of New Haven, keep the gravo and its thias pest of Burlington and the widow Brido and bridegroom do not rememsurroundings in good condition. of the general are interested in tho caro Ladies' Monumental association. ber exactly when they first encountered General A. T. A. Torbert, the distin- of tho grava General C S. Hamilton is buried at guished cavalryman, is Mr. Wright says rhat he buried at Corcoran, tho gallant leader of tho each other Milwaukca Del. Irish Legion, is buried at Calvary ceme- has seen Miss Leonard's face in his General Geary is buried at Harris-burGeneral Emory Upton rests in the tery, Brooklyn. There is a monument, dreams ever sinco he was 4 years old Martin lot at Fort Hill cemetery, Au- and Corcoran pr.'t G. A R., decorates They met for tho first time of which General Thomas L. Kane, famous they havo any definite recollection in Y. the grave each i.cmoriaL day. leader of tho Pennsylvania "Bncktails, " burn, N. General Wadsworth's remains were Cushing, destroyer of tho Albemarla Chicago. Tho exact details of this meetlies buried at Kane, Pa. aro not known, as Mr. Wright, from tho Captain Miles W. Keogh, tho gallant recovered entombed enemy at tho Wilder- is buried in tho Naval cemetery of An- ing his usual reticence, declined to ness aud with at Temple Hill ceme- napolis. There is a monument. who fell with Custer at the tery, Genesee, war veteran N. Y. There is a monuAdmiral Dahlgren is buried at Lau- speak of it Little Big Horn massacre, lies in Fort "I think wo havo met before," ho is ment and tho sons of the general and rel Hill, near Philadelphia. Tho cemeHill cemetery. Auburn, N. Y. the Geneseo post; G. A R. bearing his tery officials, with the brave admiral's supposed to have said "It must have Kilpatrick's grave at West Point is name, look after the grava widow, have undertaken the removal of been either when wo were cavu dwelllooked after by Judson Kilpa trick post O. C. Washburne, distinguished leadthe remains to a finer site, but, owing ers or when we wero traveling down tho of New York city. Thero is no monuer of tho western armies, is buried at La- to some legal process of tho owner of river in a houseboat in ment crosse, Wis. tho lot, they have thus far been deterred tho timo of tho Wish Wash dynasty, in Kearny's gravo is in old "Trinity" tho year 15279 B. Major Wiuthrop, tho gallant leader of from their laudable object churchyard, on Broadway, at the head tho "forlorn hope" at Big Bethel, "1 think you have tho advantage of where George L. Kilmer. of Wall street There is no monument he lost his hfa 's buried at New Haven. ma " it is said she archly replied. The De Peyster and Watte families, rel-- I A monument marks the grave, How to Develop One's Calves. They both believe in reincarnation, atives of tho general, are interested in sister, together with the cemetery and a Wo have, soma goorj, news for bicythough, and it seems that she had been comtho care of the grave, and it is under- pany, is clists who have reason to regret the dreaming about him occasionally. They interested in its cara stood they propose tho erection of a General William Wells, who won thinness of their calves. A friend of felt very bitterly toward the adept, but monument Phil Kearny post of New fame for himself and the First Vermont ours, who has a model pair, assures us finally they realized tho wisdom of his York city is interested in the caro of cavalry, is buried at Lako View ceme- that they are not thus developed through tlie gravo and would erect a monument tery, Burlington. H's family and Stan- bicycling, but simply because every elay if permission could Le obtained. nard pest G. A R., give tho grave he jumps for the space of five minutes, Nathaniel Lyon found his last resting special cara falling each time on his toas only. A placo in the Churchyard cemetery at General S. K. Zook, who fell in the half a minute may suffice for tho first East Hartford. Wlien Lyon was killed wheatfield of Gettysburg, is buried at trial, but, with a little practice, tho at Wilson's Creek, his body fell into Montgomery cemetery, Norristown, Pa. exercise may bo endured longer. When the hands of the enemy. General Price His grave is in excellent condition, be- yon havo modem society calves, you returned it to tho Federal soldiers, and ing looked after by tho general's family raay thank us for that Boston Herald. it was buried on the farm of an aud G. A. R. post No. 11 of Norrisnamed Phelps. A few days town, which bears his nama CArSED BY-- WOMAN. afterward it was removed to East HartArlington shelters tho remains of ford. nearly twoscore of tho distinguished General McPherson, who died within soldiers and sailora of the war. Besides CECIL RHODES CAREER THOUGHT the enemy's lines at Bald Hill, in front Sheridan and Doubleday, who nave been TO BE ENDED. of Atlanta, was laid to rest in the famfollowing are ily burying ground of his own homo at mentioned, the ground ; Crook,entombed The Diamond Kins Said to Have Been in that classic tho cavClvda O. alryman Upet by Ambition and Love What 3Iay General Georgo A McCall is buried McComb, aud IndianJ. fighter; Alexander General B. Ricketts, Be the Result If Ho Is Ordered Home at West Chester, Pa. Green Clay Smith, GibLon, For Trial. McClellan lies in River View cemeMower, R. B. Mitchell and Sturgis. tery, Trenton. His family has erected a General Cecil Rhodes' career is regarded as Joseph the monument on his grave, and there is and Fifth corps J. Bartlett ofthere; Sixth ended. lies buried also another in front of the gateway of the Capehart, the cavalryman; John Irvm There seems to bo no possible way for cemetery, erected by tho general's Gregg, Hazen, Meigs Roger him to rehabilitate himself, and it is CLAUDE FALLS WRIGHT. friends and admirers. Tho general's sen Jones, Belknap andand Iugalls, Benet, Generals and namesake. Colonel George B. Mc- Sutherland, B. F. Kelley, Thomas Ma- quite probable that he will bo ordered decrees. They went their ways, Mr. homo by the imperial government to Wright as secretary to Mr. Judge and Clellan, is interested in the caro of. tho son and Caleb Swan, John Edwards, II. Miss Leonard as projector of theosophy plot W. Brown, Gabriel R. Paul, J. B. stand trial with Jameson. by Gershom Mott, tho distinGeneral His friends are profoundly apprehen- into Bostonwas way of Chicaga Plummer, J. IL Thero nothing conventional guished volunteer general of New Jer- western soldier, Baxter and tho gallant sive that such a command might result Lovell H. Rousseau. about this wedding but tho black coat sey, is buried in River View cemetery, Berdan, tho noted sharpshooter, lies at either in tho tragic terminating of his and trousers of tho bridegroom. It took Trenton, within a few feet of his old Arlington, and also General Harney, tho life or in his flinging back a defiance at placo in Aryan hall, at 144"Madison commander, McClellan. old regular who left the service at the the imperial authorities which might avenue. New York, tho headquarters of Meade is buried at North Laurel Hill, beginuing of tho Avar. result in war with the mother country tho Theosophical society in America. Philadelphia. His son, Colonel George Five distinguished sailors aro buried and the ultimate establishment of tho Tho ceremony followed tho general outMeade, and George G Meade post, No. at Arlingtou, Admirals Porter and Jenline prescribed in tho mysteries of an1, of Philadelphia are interested in the kins and Rear Admirals Queen, Johnson United States of South Africa. theoso-phicaro of the grave Tho site of the Meade The circumstances connected with tiquity, of which nobody but n is supposed to know. tomb is on the most commanding ground and Shufeldt Nearly all of the graves Jameson's Transvaal raid daily grow The hall was a forest of fermi, which in Arlington are marked by monuments. of the beautiful Laurel Hill cemetery, good The graves in the cemetery at West moro disgraceful to British despite faith gave a pleasing effect reminiscent of overlooking tho Schuylkill river. The the the carboniferous age and the dawn of honor, since, aud national very famous ceremony of George G. Point are cared fer by the government revelations of the captured cipher teleMeade post on Memorial day has its and aro kept in good condition. Several grams, the ministerial newspapers, with tima Back of tho platform werj yellow most important event at tho gravo of of the G. A R. posts cf New York city The Times tho most reactionary of all, curtains, through which tho ranlight General Meade, where a special ritual decorate at West Point each Memorial continue to defend Jameson and Rhode3 filtered and gave a peculiarly mysterious and altogether winsome effect Near day. The following whose names have service is performed. Surpliced chorisand intimate that the Boers must still the ceiling was suspended a glass star, ters and a band take part The ceremony not appeared before in tho list are en- be forced into submission. lighted by electricity Tho center of it ends with a volley over the grave and a tombed thero: J. M. Brannan, Grover, Here is a little story current in tho buglecalL The gravehas no monument, Hartsuff, William Hays and R H. clubs, which, if true, may explain tho was yellow, and tho points weiti purpla Jackson, J. B. Kiddo, Mackenzia tho The middle of tho platform was occubut there is one in Fairmount park. previously cautious, self contained Capo The remains of General Thomas Fran- cavalry leader; Thomas H. NeilL dictator's amazing recklessness in all pied by a sphinx of plaster of paris painted green. Near by was an altar cis Meagher were never recovered after Charles P. Stono and George Sykes. these recent proceedings: upon which rested a censer of hammerhis drowning from a vessel in Missouri General Keyes, who died in Switzerland When in London last year, tho report ed brass. On the wall back of the last year, was brought to West Pointfor river, Montana. goes, he fell in love with the widowed sphinx hung a roll of parchuipnt inburial. General Mansfield, the gray haired Georgina, dowager Countess of Dudley, scribed with mystical charae . the Tho state of Indiana has entombed hero who was killed at Antietam, is still one of tho most admired of English general import of which was t everyburied at Middletown, Conn. There is a within her borders tho ashes of nearly beauties, although she has now been a thing was according to Hoyla Life size all of her distinguished soldiers. Genmonument Mansfield post of Middle-toweral E. S. R. Canby, who fell a victim grandmother for two years. This lady portraits of Mma Blavatsky nnd Willooks after the grava is said to have declined immediately General Cv M. Mitchel is buried in to Modoc vengeance; General Jeff C. and finally his offer of marriage, declar- liam Q Judge flanked this document and beamed benignly upon it Davi3 and Dumont aro buried at Crown tho family plot of Greenwood cemetery. ing that she is resolved never to marry On the platform sat the 14 persons of His son,Captain F. A Mitchel, is in- Hill, near Indianapolis. Their graves again. aro cared for by tho Grand Army vetthe inner council of tho "Blank." terested in the caro Ever since this rebuff Rhodes is said "Blank" stands for the occult organizain erans and aro in excellent condition. General R. B. Potter by his friends to havo been a changed tion within the Theosophical society, Canby baa a monument at tho grava Woodlawn cemetery, near New York. man, having grown tenfold more re- the name of which is known only to the The plot is kept in order by his widow, General George H. Chapman, the cavIt is never spoken abovfi a whis also lies at Crown Hill, and served and arrogant than before, reject- few alryman, Abby A Potter, at present residing ia. his grave is cared for by his widow and ing offhand tho regaining counsels of per Thase persons, resplendent in rega beBoston. hla 0f purple oruameuted with a silver children. Cruft is buried at Terre his former advisers. He Tiad never Geneal Rooert Patterson, tho Penn- Haute, the homo of his family. His fore beenknown to show tho slightest check, wero arranged in a seanicircla sylvania militiaman who rallied tho gravo is marked by a monument Man-so- n fancy for any woman. He had always lie front of the stage was held by th9 troops' on tho border in 1861, lies buried lies at Crawfordsville, tho homo of mado it & point to have about him no adept in occultism, otherwise known as at Philadelphia. 'He Who Must Be Obeyed'' his family. Pleasant A Hackleman is married men. Gettysburg's foremost hero, General buried at Rushville, where his widow The effect of such a disappointment This adept was on the platform, yet J. F. Reynolds, is buried in Lancaster and children rcsida His gravo is mark- on a man of his immenso self will and he was so closely veiled that no one was City cemetery, Lancaster, Pa. Tho fam- ed by a monument Veatch, who died prido may well have been what his able to distinguish his featuies. Ho ily of the general and two posts of Lan- recently, was entombed Rockport friends now assert London Cable to wore a long purple roba which reached caster aro interested in the care of tho Sol Meredith, leader of the at Brigade New York World to his feet A full view of him was cut Iron grava off by a papier mache stump, covered of tho West rests under a monument Rear Admiral John Rodgers, ono of erected to his memory LATEST BICYCLE STORY. with .Grand street artificial leaves. It Cambridge tho fighting sailors of the war, is en- City. Wagner is. buried at Williams-por- t, was symbolical of the tree of lifa On at on A Wheelman Carries an Injured Man tombed in Oak Hill cemetery, Washingthe right of He Who Must Be Obeyed Harrow at Vinccnnes and Slack at Ills Back For Fonr Mile. ton. His grave is marked by a monu6at Ernest T Hargrove, preside at of the Huntingdon. Tho story is told that whilo returning society, and on the left the impetuous ment is cared for by his family and is Indiana heroes who lie in distant from a bicycle run to Paterson with a in good order. bridegroom. Mr Wright was becominggraves are Milroy, buried at WashingGeneral Jesso L. Reno, who fell un- ton; Miller, at San Francisco, and friend on a recent evening Mi". Robtr ly attired in a black suit and a patient of tho Atalanta der a sharpshooter's bullet at tho battle GrC3uamv in Chicago. General Robert Young, a member smile rider, had a of South Mountain, also lies buried at Ailea lies Behind tho inner circle wen) 30 perburied in Geneva, Switzer- wheelmen and well known Oak Hill cemetery. His son, Jesse Reno land, where ho died." an unusual experience and performed a sons, who are not so proficient in myscare to nn and Reno post, No. 44, department of Tho following Ohioans aro buried at feat which few men would ticisms as the inner circla They were New York, G. A R., arc interested in Cincinnati ; dertaka He and Ids friend were going called the outer guard Besides these paca when they there were taO invited guests sitting on caro of tho grava A monument'to tho along at a moderate General Joseph Hooker is the hero has Ijeen erected on tho spot Spring Grove cemetery, in a buried in wero surprised to see a dark mass of tho benches. They were all s beautiful where ho fell. and prominent spot his resting placo something in the road ahead of them. General Adam J. Slemmer hero of being indicated by a large They slowed down, and on dismounting Mr Hargrove, at a sign irom the Fort Pickens, lies in Montgomery cem- The grave is cared fcr bymarblo shaft discovered the form Of a man. bleeding veiled figura arose and delivenid a dis a relative of etery, Norristown, Pa. A monument his wife, he having and unconscious and apparently severely married a Cincinhas been erected over tho grave, which nati lady. In addition to this, his gravo injured By his attiro it was judged that he quisition upon marriage in general and is in good condition under the care of is decorated each Memorial day by tho '' was a wheelman, and after a little this union in particular. tho general's "family and Zook post, G. A. R. posts of this city. "Ceremonies in these days,'1 ho said, G. A.R. General William H. Lytlo is buried in search his bicycle was found ia a ditch ncful ns clirttcrf f1 llrnw A sad fate must bo recorded of the Spring Grove cemetery; his grave is at the side of the road Neither Mr. ' "om f.o,-nll- v remains of tho gallant Colonel Robert marked by a beautiful marblo shaft Young nor his friend couli do much for the multitude and create sensajlon. But this ceremony will have eraitjj another G. Shaw, leader of tho colored regiTho gravo is care of by W. EL the iiufortunate. who had apparently purposa Let us free our once ment which had the placo of honor and Lytlo post, No. tken taken a serious header, without getting 47. him where medical, assistance ould bo moro and face tho fact that a ojremony, of danger in tho assault upon Fort WagGeneral August Willich is "buried in was Belle- if carried out scientifically, hatfa power ner. Shaw was instantly killed, and Spring Grove cemetery ; gravo cared for had, and the nearest placo miles away. and a meaning. " ville, which was about four the southerners placed him in a gravo by August Willidh post No. 195 He then briefly related the" j rials and They discussed the situation hurriedscooped out of the saud between tho GencralRobcrt L. McCook is buried in fort and the sea. The beach has since Spring Grove cemetery; grave cared for ly, and theii Mr. Young volunteered to tribulations of the young couple and tako tho prostrate whralman to Belle- how tho opposition" to the match was been washed away by the action of the byR, L. McCook post, Ncr. 80. overcoma Ho asked that grerybedy waves, and so the bones of many of the General Edwin F. Noyes is buried in ville on his bicycla With the assistance should wish to tho pair happiness and of his friend ho got the unfortunate, heroes of Wagner are scattered forever. Spring Grove cenietcry; grave cared for upon his back and starjed off su a good j prosperity. General Stannard, whose brigade of by JUawm F. Noyes po3t, No. 818. Mrs. Alice Cleather of Leridon also Vermont militia is credited with havGeneral, H. B Banning is buried in pace, reaching Bellevilla wjthout- making turned the tide at Gettysburg, July Spring Grovo cemetery ; gravo cared for ing a stop and quickly procuring help deliyered a long and philosophical tho inamago relational Afair 8, 1863, is huxied in Lako View cemefor the injured man. bylL B. Banning post No. 198. tery, Burlington, Vt A bronze statue The matter is a subject of discussion theoeonhist who had just a lit! to General Hecker is buried in tho Gernudged her neighbor and remark has been erected by tho raio. The genman Protestant ijuryjng ground; grave among th Atalanta members, and Mr. ed-that "the bride must W awfully Young :s petting heSps of compliments eral's widow and dattghter. together cared for by Hcclter post, No. 638. " with Stannard pest, G, A R., and tho Probably not tod in. all the hosts of for ms plue&y deed, bat ha takes it mod- nervous. "Mrs. Julia .Campbell Viif PhtBck cemetery commissionerif, tako excellent Union heroes fcjund a more romantic estly. Heis thtf holder, of the double Pe;aasTjrlvaaia ' carecf the plot resting place thaia the noted Kentucky century record betwia .Newark and Kejghtley of London and MMtllWtirr-cii-SheridatiV gravo ajr Arlington - k soldier, 'Ibosnas,' Leonidas CrweieH. Philadelnhia. wetcha JOxKHMsO'twenda WaB ttt - a . 1a ri...ifiil lucr tk4 t. ,,i -- p "bis TPtdow and Phil " ? tl. 'Rw ireuewA tiesi j-w m'&tmmot- - J"4 . . : t '. i j Theo-sophical Sheridan post in New York city, mere is a monument at Sheridan's grava Sherman's last resting placo in Calvary cemetery, St Louis, is under tho care of his son, tho Rev. T. P. Sherman, who resides in St Louis, and also of Ransom post in that city. It has a mo ucnu on ino oanss Ot uio aea.uv., river at Frankfort His gravo is within a few yards of tho spot where O'Hara penned tho .lines: Latest U.S. Got't Report m OssssssssV rJ . OFPIl I Bakin MJAtommWsm&w ssssPM K SB! B WMM mmW ABSOLUTELY PURE WHi-lI- ".13 H l. VvlT Mil-for- g. Yang-tse-Kian- g a" Bar-bridg- e, st th-i- n ""ir-bnri- cd " - A tioxs ake Followed. and without skirts and with other de- 6 tails of costume well calculated to disRich- - ; play to an admiring world tho beauty 5 Address X. 2D; moxd Ky. of form with which nature endowed them. 5SCSConsuItation Lour after 4 pm. a They aro in tho midst of an exciting SWill Call ox You if Yoc Desire It 51 gama Ono of them has fallen and exhibits her tiny feet and shapely limbs sssws?fsssssssssysss?ssssssssi: as she lies on the ground Another is busy rearranging her hair, which has been loosened by the rush of the game, P s. and others are more or less disheveled The basket ball girls play in a modest athletic costume with skirts short enough to allow free action of the limbs, ALL persons are hereby notified not to but not calculated to draw a crowd sell to any one, goods or other things up The artist committed another heinous on my credit. offensa In the gallery abovo the basket T. H. KARR. ball field he has depicted a dozen young April 21, 1896. men gazing in delight This, the giris say, is going altogether too far, for no male eyo is permitted to look upon tho' players, save those owned by the faculty, and they are different, becauso they -belong to the housa The girls had an indignation meeting and will boycott the publication. New York World If you want the best Washing MaImportant Ciphers. chine that fs made, one that a child A cipher usually stands for naught can operate, call on, or address, Io tho case of Cecil Rhodes those cipher Ciias. Waller, dispatches are likely to stand for a great deal of trouble. Philadelphia Press. Richmond, Ky. "L A gord text f r c. 1 1 .,? r Gwendolyn Klugo of Newark, who, beyour light so ehine btforv - n, ' etc sides her name, carried a basket of Tho only connection powdr magu white lotus flowers. She is a full fledged member of tho Theosophical society. zincs have with pneumatics is that both She was clad in a Grecian robe which got blown up periodically. covered her feet and trailed along tho When it becomes ne;essary to walk floor. with your wheel, keep the machine itE. August Neresheimer, a member of self between you and the roadway. tho inner council, stepped down from Xenophon declared tho owner should the platform and received the bride. bo moro honorable than his estata By a Mr. Wright clutched nervously at his like token tho rider should bo better lavender tio anel in doing so revealed than his wheel, and yet each should bo on his finger a solid gold ring engraved high grade. with mystical inscriptions. The bride A laughable feature of a novice's first wore a diamond ring. experience on the road is the half scarTho Great Unknown arosa Mr. half Wright and Miss Leonard approached ed, rider fierce way in which he as a fallen glances around quickly to note each other, touched hands in a kind of whether he was seen. They all do it an afternoon tea handshake and separatIf a man wants to find out how many ed The child stepped upon the platform, risk of stumbling in her long close friends he has, just let him try to at the dress and hurting her delicate nose, and borrow a new wheel on the first pleasproffered tho basket of lotus flowers to ant spring day. He will find most of the Unknown. Ho took therefrom a them closer than a combination lock. Scorching privileges are too cheap in papyrus scroll, which was a pledge signed by tho contracting parties. Ho New York. Tho present tariff calls for handed it to Mrs. Keightly, who read it only $3 per scorch, if the scorcher is to the assemblage. This is what she caught Tho tariff should be revised and reconstructed on a sliding It read: should Legin at $10 and be increased by We pledge ourselves. In renewal of the promise given ages ago, loyally to continue together an additional $5 every timo a rider rein tho work of tho lodge, and since the link peated tho offensa WheeL and union about to he recognized by the whole world is effected for the doubling of our indiLlcht Mounts For TJeavy Riders. vidual efforts, wo pledge ourselves before all henceforth and forever to sink all personal A dealer who has had a long and vaambitions, bending all onr energies to the up- ried experience in selling bicycles states lifting of humanity and abiding together In that he has learned not to consider the unity and confidence to tho end of time. The adept, with tho facility of a weight of the rider as deserving a great magician, took from the basket a ring, amount of attention. Heavy men, he supposed to possess occult properties, thinks, usually put a bicycle to less and put it on the third finger of Miss strain than lighter and more active Leonard's left hand He then joined the wheelmen. His notion that the mere left hands of tho bride and bridegroom. supporting of weight does not constiHe spoke not a word Thoinner circle, tute the real strain on the machine the outer guard and the commoners seems plausible enough. Of course, if arose to their feet and repeated a mys- two riders, ono heavy and the other tical Sanskrit word fifteen times in light, always rode at tho same speed tho heavyweight would use up his machine blocks of fiva "Then tho Unknown projected his first, but heavy riders, as a rule, ride mind and, " to quote tho words of ono much slower than light and middle who saw it all, "peiformed a silent weights, and it seems probable that this ceremony, and by the power of his will dealer is right in thinking it unnecesstrengthened the bond between the two sary to recommend specially heavy mounts for his 200 pound customers. 6ouls upon a spiritual plana" Then the band played It was a string American Cyclist baud, consisting of a 'cello and four violins. The gnests camo up two by two and Trustees of Jackson have ordered an shook hands with Mr. and Mrs. Wright, election to determine if a bridge should and Dr Archibald Keightley of London burned some very bad inceuso on be built across North Forkof Kentucky the altar river at that point. The bride, bridegroom and one or two witnesses then went to another room, OUT of where Alderman Robinson, who was X.ilac Druggist ordered more not veiled, threw away his cigar and performed a civil marriage in a bass for any roughness of the skin; 10 voica New York Herald and 25c; beautifies the complex ion, softens and whitensthe ski n THE GIRLS ARE MAD. Hurley's Sarsaparilla established fifty d vears. Lake Forest Girls Object to Being In Sklrtless Bloomers. The girl students of tho Lake Forest university have complained to the faculty about a picture which appears in this month's Forester, tho college publication. The picture was drawn by C K. Brown, an amateur artist of tho uniCan without tr versity. The subject is the girls' basket K of anybody- ball team. Has Never Failed When Direc- - & The girls are portrayed in bloomers ia ty to Ely lanes. Taxforisjttbythe Eighth Day of May, for same. those who fail to pay their CItr their property will be advertised and sold 46-- 1896, 5 D. R. FREEMAN, City Collector. R. N. I, & 8. rime Table No. e. 2P A. St. R. 38: i ...... J"?". Vsttey-v.e- 24, In Effect May 12, 1895. JLSTCLASS No. E CLASS. No. 3. Xo. 9. 1. Sua Ex Sua Ex Stta ExSa. . :. A. AM. j M. 40 Is; M M Milium ja ,5, 47 7 s a , x Rksbwb.I Moeerly UaM ' 11 as" I$ Brass! Panola Irviae , y, j, Baia ta m tt , J, P. m. ZZZZZT I2 4t ,a i 4 '"'" ) .N- WEST BOUND Ex Js. 1. jEx No. 4, S Ja, II.M -. Sx SsWgx S- Pala. .. BratsSeld-Moberiy Rickmafcd MiiKea VaHey View trvtne.. . A. x. r. x. r.M. 4 :1 a 6 6 T 340 40 UMM... if rf 5 Ntchoiisilfe K J 5- 3 00 4 ts 54 S SO S3 SST f, i VersailtVs. . - A.X. ii A.X. daily All train, connect with Soatkua Jtaitwr ss and from Loaisvdle. and with tne C.X. OlAT. P to and from Cincinnati Von can spend five hoars in LoauwnVe. Ai six hours ta Cincinnati or ia boors in LnsMcnna return to Richmond at 5:jop. m. , For tb rough rates and other wfornwtnHt aft any ticket aent or addiess Trains between LsupriDe ad TsiimIIi Trains between Cincinnati ami rtVrinfiiVIi L. & N. E. K. C. DIVISION. -- JR. In Effect Mahck 1, K88. P--H XORT1I BOCXD. Richmond ... Reel House . A. XJA.X 3.19 && Sheerer....... Foril &M .41 633 are ,6.44 Creara Winchester.. Paris .... . Cynthia na... Falmouth. ... CoviBKton --- 4.H 7.10 iS5 7.4$ 5.06 1 27 SI 55 S ni k sa fcMl LII tt-I- Cincinnati M illershnrjt. - ft.56 7.0T. lmSM- - Pic-tare- tUrlk4e -- . aio uuysviin;....., as . fritz I J Alcohol Cure! rxHwlijJ tain SOUTH BOVXD. If. h. K. RicllRMMMt Ill ni.w Furt Estill... A. at. 1.5, Whites-... tSM usr V2MI. .42 Livingston i.ie S.4 Richiuoatl Fort Estill 133 ' 1- -S Cr5Jia, I I Silver Lam-aster DtUKttHBOH Creek-- ... 1.47 - Paint Lick Rowland .. .., AXXIVALS. 220 5 TF3A 3 25 11 43-5- n U; Trains retarHiag to follows : RiebeaoMd acme as From Cincinnati From Jlaysville 1.10; 7.33; 11,43 jt.M. 7.33 jr. at. From Li vingstoti 3.1Sa. m 12.S5 p. w. From Rowland 10.10 a. m. mtf-gofo- s; 46-4- 9 S?i!y reference to the teams fioin Richmond, trie time rqtke4 to run to any oae station, is easily tKeeov-ereTaking this time iron the time ot arrival at Richmond, will give tint time of arrival at the station in question. d. Notice! COXXECTIOXS. I ?i fiSTOut-goin- A GREAT ISLAiVrD SOLD. SSTAgents wanted. theoso-phist- island of Anticostir which lies in the mouth of the St. Lawrence river. The island is 135 miles long by 35 miles at its widest part and ha3 an area of over 4,000 square miles. The encyclopedia describes it as of rocky and swampy formation and with a population of about 00 French speaking fisher folk. Tha purchase price wasf 160,000. Mr. Menier intends to spend $500,000 in tne development of the island, which he means to colonize with Frenchmen. Its forests are large and valuabla Sawmills will be put up, agriculture will bo developed, lobster canneries will be erected near the coast but the most ambitious effort will be the establishment of a tnodel beaver farm, in which the projector thinks there is a fortune. The island remains subject to ths British authorities politically, but Mr. Menier will conduct its internal affairs on the lines followed by the British chartered companies of India, Africa and the great northwest New York-Journa- Anticosti Passes Into the Bands of a Rich Frenchman. Henry Menier. a wealthy manufacturer, has just closed a remarkable real estate transaction in the purchase of the Subscribe for the Climax. A 3 with Cumberland Gap. KnoxvHks, Louisville and intervening points. g trains connect at Rowlavp (near Stanford) with Cnmbartatxl Gap, Knoxville, Louisville and intnrTwninf: points. STrains do not stop where no time is specifiedrv . . "Out-go-in- trains connect at Paris with Lexington, rranklort, Cmemnat!, Maysville ami intervening pointe. trains connect at Wixmv-te- k with Lexington and points wefet, aud Mt. Sterling and points east. Outgoing trains eonnct at Liyuws-to- n g Out-goin- g K. HOOD, agent other agents. For additional lnformatKVtrHsi-irf-- at Richmond, or of" Pf k. IT TICKLES YOU THElNSTANT RELIEF TOO BET FROM FPl XM. LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. Colic. Cramps. Diarr-a- a. CURES Morbus, Nausea, Changes Animals. Serpents, Bugs, Flax. Cholera of Water, etc H EALS Cuts. Burns, Bruises. Scratches, Bites of u soauia iw aaa HERB WEDICINB CO. ft Good, Smells--rtrvwhero tastes Good, does Good every timc at 25c Sold 60c Ptr Bottle. Na Relief. Na Parmi & BREAKS UP Bad Colds. La Grippe. Croup, Sore Throat, i Mttle. etc Influenza. etc - sail tlau sa Baca i z SPRINGFIELD. O. L m-nd- s ( - trea-tJKep- B world-lines- s -- -- -. j H ik h . ' us-- ' c r. 'rVrJ'rLflrt " "W""I NAurarri j - I I KWBHU-eOBeeBE- - c At - j li (! i - " "fcs.ll a u . t:viv,iw . -- i ,. wc wVEWBfeA,i T I'ai to Meet McCoy Again. Tommy Ryan is very anxious to get on a return match with Kid McCoy. Ryan says that ho was by no means at his best when ho got a severe trouncing at tha hands of McCoy a few weeks ago. McCoy has assumed a Fitzsimmons-Cor-be- tt attituda He says, "Go and fight Walcott, and I will meet you again if you win. " But under no circumstances will ho meet Ryan before next falL Ryan is going to force McCoy to fight him. He insists that ho can give him J5 pounds and a beating. Those who saw McCoy defeat Ryan ares of the opinion that he has no chance with the western man and would do well to let matters rest as they are. In good condition Hyatt would bo compelled to give away weight to McCoy, asel these is a lurking sas- Ipieiou tbat Torasilitte Toaimy hm se nanu Madison Monumental Works. MANUFACTURER ASD DEALER IK PonfgB - ud - Ame?ic&& - MftrUe M0N0MEHI8, &&W trWitf i$?3k Vfb AND GR5H1TE Tombs, Mi Wemu FINE Tablets, Headstones, Urns, Statuary, Etc WORK A SPECIALTY Your Trade Solicited, Work delivered to any part of the. State. F"Vnte for Designs and Prices. " ja. " . ft . .- sP - J - " bt iay. Nw T? GEO.t). DOZIER, Proprietor. Corner Frack audi: vine Straete., , Kj'IjIswJsiar'Ky-- I 1 ., - ' -- i ? li s a i '"'..jr- -' 'ft ' - - - a j I! -- i -- V. THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTON, D. P. ARMER, '. JOE AND WAT DID IT. The Democrats of Jessamine county as well as Kentucky should not forget that Senator J. C. 8 Blackburn and Gen. P. Watt Hardin made the fight for the gubernatorial race on the free silver iasue, and we are under a Republican adminiE-tratioThis one point alone should be convincing to the people that the free and unlimited coinage of silver is not what Kentucky wants, or that it would be best for the welfare of the country. Nicholasville Journal. n. CORN, - - . Editok, Manager. FUBLXSIIEU EVEKY WEDif ESDAT BY ThQ Climax Printing Co. Kli YKAIt, I'KlCt $1.50. 1S9G. - WEDNESDAY. MAY 13. CANOIDATES - - ANNOUNCEMENT- FOR C0NGKE&&. Owsixy, of Lincoln count', is a miHfiate for Gon;ress, to represent the Sth District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. 1'byok Fokhe, of Shelby oounty, is a CHtMlirfate for Conpretti, to represent tin Sth district, djoct to the action of the DtHuocratic party. S FOR JUDOE OF THE (XKTRT OF ATTEAJJS. John a Ji'tMiE V S. Pkyok, of Henry county, is cAtttliilRte for of the office of JiHir m the Courtof Appeals, from this Dihiriot.&ttlijet-- t to the action of the Dem rt ocratic Now really is it the pro rata or the col lateral that troubles vou in finances? Dons not btaietalibni exist in try bow? If so, who i proposing citange it ? thiscoun- to Dm Gen. Hanliu have a word totaj' agtHst the Republicans in his court lMwse speech ? The U. S. Senate has voted to investi gate the bond sales ; if there is a guilty mum v. e want him found. Fkre and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 tol does not weanbi-luetalisn- , bat mooometaUsm. Co.hhssman Bryax. of Nebraska, thmfcs he WHHts to ilipciJr the silver qu'feiHHi with Carlisle, but he doesn't. nn ukmocracy protMlHr comes from fellows wlto have . voted for a Re-ptiblksm gsist the Democratic nomi nee. ike v lar? If a hwb owe you $100 which .you loaned Ihhj, is it right for him topav vov lw-iHBilver worth 50 cents on the dol k In this iconoclastic ae it max develop 'Jree Democracy," for hs. icnerwntmn democracy was not but it is good enough What is "iwre democracy?" If it is different from tlw ohlsimou pure article we don't want k? labgk dement of the Democratic party in Madison oounty agrees with the Climax that the National finances fcltoMtd be let alone A co is the climax in iavor of bimetal-isgold and silver, a dollar of one as ;wkl s a. dollor of the other, and the country lias that already. . m The visible decreased the past week; the export movement and demand was never larger. Domestic consumption is reported near the maximum poinL Cribbers hold tenaciously to their stock in country cribs, and are reported as buyers in Chicago against May sales rather than deliver the corn. About bushels are en route to seaboard via Buffalo and rail, at extremely low freights, and prices allowing corn to he delivered to New and 0!d England cheaper than ever before known, the CONGRESSMAN ADAMS DEAD. freight from Chicago to Liverpool being On last Tuesday night Col. Silas Adams 11 cents for 56 pounds. Speculation is died at his home in Casey county. Col. less a factor indicating values than usual. are the Adams was a soldier in the Union army Investors and consumers and was handsome, brilliant and bmc. buyers. Com can now be bought in Since the war lie has practiced Ihw and Chicago, to be delivered GO days hence, engaged in politics He has represented or for July, at about 30 cents per bushel, his district in the Slate Legislature, and and for September delivery at about lj has represented the Eleventh District iu cents premium over July. These exCongress. He was a man loved by his tremely low prices have not prevailed friends and respected by those who in Cnicago for a third of a century, and fought against him on the battle field or never before on this coast, and seem to on the field of politics. ML Vernon meet investment purchase. We believe buyers of July corn around present priEagle. ces, who have the alwlity and nerve to BIG FEE OVER IN ROCKCASTLE. wait patiently, as they would in buying bonds or realty, are likely to double the Judge Alcorn, Judge McGlure and Mr. investment before exhausting the usual McRoberts, the Board of Arbitration in margin. Clapp & Co New York. regard to the thousand dollar fee charged K. DEMOCRATIC against Tom Stewart ond his sister, Mrs. Eliza Wood, by Gov. Bradley and C. C. DEMOCRATIC state cenWilliams, decided that it was not too high. As we understand only Mr. Stewtral, AND EXECUTIVE committes, room 715 Cart's pait of the fee was submitted to arolumbian BUILDING. bitration. Gov. Bradley and Mr. Williams represented their side before the louisville, ky Board and Mr Stewart was represented Dear Sir: by Attorney J. B. Fish. Mt. Vernon The new Democratic Hand Book is now Eagle. ready for distribution. Much care, thought and labor has been KILLING IN GARRARD. expended in its compilation, and it is offered to Democrats with the assurance Bob Adkinson and Will Denny, two that it contains absolutely authentic iu negroes living in Upper Garrard, had a formation, not published elsewhere, of difficulty Saturday night, near Fair View, the party organization in every precinct, and the !atter picked up a pike rock, county and, political division of the threw at Adkison, striking him on the State. head killing him almost instantly. Denny In addition to complete and accurate is 18 years old and has always borne a list of State and County Executive Comgood reputation. He appeared before mittees and the names of their officers, it Judge Burnside Tuesday and was held to contains lists of the counties composing Circuit Court to answer the charge in the each Legislative Senatorial, Circuit sum of $300, which he readily gave. Court, Appellate, Railroad CommissionLancaster Record. er and Congressional District, and the name and tddress of the Chairman BEN BRUSH WINS THE DERBY. of each Committee. It also contains the rules of the State Central Committee Fifteeen thousand people saw Ben ad3pted under the authority of the last Brush, at Louisville Tuesday win the State Convention Platform of the Party, big Kentucky Derby in 2:073. State and National, tables showing the FORMER DERBY WINNERS. vote of the State by counties and disThe following table shows the winners tricts, and statistics of interest and value of the Kentucky Derby from the year to everv Democrat and citizen. One of 1S75, when it was founded, together with its features is the correct name and adthe names and owners and the time dress of the county officer in the State, revised, and made. Until this year the Derby was at and a Court Calender brought down- to the date of adjourn a mile and a half: ment of the Legislature. Year. Wjnners. Time. It is an indispensible record for all 1S75 H. P. McG rath's Artistides....2:37J Democratic office holders, those who are 1S70-A6tor's Vagrant. -- .2:3SJ seeking O' expecting to seek office, and 1S77 D. Swigert's Baden Baden...2:3S of great interest to all who have held of1S7S-- T. .1 Day Star 2:37 fice in the Commonwealth. In fact, it 1879 - Darden &'Co.'s Lord Murphy 2 37 constitutes a record of permanent value 1SS0- -J. S. Shawhan's Fonso 2:37i to the party, ami will enable those hav1SS1 Dwyer Bros.' Himloo ing its interest and welfare at heart to or& Morgan's Leonatus.2:43 ganize more irtiYieutly in the future 1SS4 W. Cotrill's Buchanan 2:4ni than they have ever been able to do in 1SS5 J. T. William's Joe Cotton...2:37 HAND-BOO- salcman for the Southern Lumber Co..; has been attested by being engaged for another year by them C. F. Bryant is confined to his foomon account of eirknpts. Mrs. W. I- - Leeds, who is suffering from a complication of diseases, is under medical treatment at Richmond. The of Is only another name for impurei blood, for no person is weak and nor Nervousness the-organs iriWrltera3lMnlmrlraiTIT3rr!ra ?53 I ! I J -- with harSl rar3 rar3 i rarH enra! k?H1 rarHl ra73 wra3 LJ W LJfcUJjl-- t l4JEdJ H UJ LIjJ) I ag?i7HlF3rfc tam ways. C. A. Nicola, after spending a few dayB here in the interest of his lumber business returned homeat Cleveland; O. Mr. F. M. SpurWk is on the sick list. Fishing is good at present and some fine catches have of late been made. M. F. Wharton is building a new house. He contemplates the building of five or six mote. Messrs McC'huse and W. L. Leeds put in a lot of new and iuipr-ivcKokomo 'phoneb last week the ones previuiisly put up being removed. Miss Nettie Biggeistaff. who is attend ing school at Richmond tspent Saturday and Sunday with parents and friends Southern Lumber Co. had a' force hands at work the past week building here. There will be a picnic at lindens sta- tion on the N. N., I. & B., U. R , Saturday the lGth, inst. Those desiring to participate in the enjoyment ot music and dancing may rthi assuieu tuat the bee-linbest of order will prevail, aud others wishing to spend a days outing aurid natures loveliness under a canopy of green foliage, can recuperate their mental vigor by being in attendance. Mr. Alexander, lumber inspector for flie firm of Edwards & Day, of Lexington, is here on busines-i- . Mr. McClelland Richardson and Miss of a violent type from the first, he being Rosa Bryant will be married Thuisday. taken sick only on Tuesday before. Mr. Wm. Ledford was in Frankfort last Funeral services were conducted at new week in the interest of Southern Lum- church Sunday evening by Elder D. G. ber Co. Combs, thence his burial in the ceme An enterprise is on foot here to tery on the hill a large gathering attestconstruct water works just ing their sympathy by their presence opposite Valley View, on the Jes- and solemn demeanor. samine side, (across the river) and high up on the cliff, a spring is located where natures beverage bubbles forth with crystal radience, which would throw the strictest prohibitionist into an ecstacy of delight to behold its sparkling rays and cool his lips with its refreshing waters. Misa Pearl Gentry is at Irvine. An iron pipe will be run from it and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Carr- - of Paris, and down the cliff to the It. N.. I &. B. R. R. Mbs Ethel, 6pent Sunday in Richmond bridge and along the bridge that spans Mrs. J. V. Zaring has been spending the river to the Madison side, where jou some days in Shelbyville and Louisville. may drink fresh water from Jebsamine Mr. Helm, of Louisville, a grandson of yet be on Madison soil. Gov. Helm, is visiting Dr. O. A. Ken There arrived at the home of Howard nedy. Williams, the 0th inst, a quiet little craft Mr. Henry Wallace has closed his called innocence ami laden with simschool at Booneville and returned to plicity and love in the form of a girl. Also at the home of Robt Tillet, Jr., the Richmond. Miss May Ballard pleasantly enter Gth inst. the latest edition of feminine humanity of which every couple think tained the Christian Endeavor Friday evening. they possess the finest copy voas vrhose blood is perfectly pure. When the blood is full of the germs of disease, and lacking in the red cor-p- r sclcs which give it vitality, when it fails to properly nourish an 1 tissues of the body, what can you expect but that tired feeling and nervousness? Of courso Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Catarrh and Rheumatism arc recognized as blood diseases, iirwhichllood'sSarsaparilla, as the bv.st blood purifier, is everywhere a knowled the greatest remedy. Therefore, as Hood's Sarsaparilla cures all blood diseases, it is the best remedy for that condition of the blood which causes Nervousness. It js a false idea to think you are curing your nervousness when you are taking a preparation which only q :iets your nerves ! It is like trying to "drown" your sorrows in the ilowiug bowl. They are sure to return. SVe wish to make most imorcssivo, then, this truism: You cannot purify your blood by pkadexing or QUiETiNQ your nerves with opiate, narcotic or nerve compounds. If you take such articles you are only trifling with your troubles. There is sure to be a keao nojc which will leave you worse than you were before. Why not then, take the true course, e to the state of follow the Lealth, purify your blood and cure your Nervousness by faking uni-Yii-sa- anBmfTaBfTaBfTflBmMraJsraiJBra VmWm&mmmW- PpglE" El - iiaJ pFraJ lj Hfrrl SfrS I fflfrSJS Siiffilip. (l?Bf?E3flr3rirBfBi(JSgJ u m raj ft oj ru tst ru ru rnj a ... li... raarrtus ...- r M i i iraciJirtJgiin-iMimuJHu.i-.)-,i.- j lrt i ;e J i i toi r i icj i :.d p S E && Jia && i e f ES UjS EHajgJ vS r- - '' X HENRY J. STRENG'S. KT In order to give every one an opportunity to secure some of these bargains, we wlil have special hourly sales of the following Goods which will be sold only during the hours named at the prices, and only for CASH. No goods named will be charged at these prices, and when the time is up, the regular price will be charged. Don't ask us to vary from this, as we will be COMPELLED TO SAY NO. BEAR IN MIND THAT ONLY CASH WILL GET THESE GOODS AT THE PRICES NAMED. Every Day A Bargain Day I Bargain A real good Ladies' 3STo. 1. 33c, will be sold from Bargain will be sold from 10 to 11 ITo. 2. Fast Black Hose, regular price CASH. Full standard Indigo blue calicoes, fancy calicoes, light slutiisg eah a. m. for 4c. CASH. )tol0a.m. for 25c. v Sarsaparilla HOOD'S Bargain Uo. 3. Lonsdale Looin Bargain Uo. 4. 10-- bleached cotten, Masonville bleached cotton, Fruit oi the. yards for bleached cotton, will be sold in this way: 1 J- 1 Pepperal bleached sheetinj.lSc; ICc. 9-- 4 Pepperalbleachedsheetin, 1 - 10-- 4 Pepperal brown sheeting, S1.00; only 14 yards sold to one person, from CASH. 11 to 12 in. Will be sold Irom 12 to CASH. p. ui. Bargain Uo. 5. Five hundred yards all wool Dress Goods, the newest effects in weaves, our regular 50c goods, will be sold for 35o, from 1 to 2 p in. CASH. 2G Bargain Ho. 6. pieces Mayfair Lawns, our regular price 9c, from 2 to 3 p. m. CASH. 12c per yard, will l,e sold mr I PERSONALS Ls Bargain STo. 7. - I . . !,. rTullltv.fit.ft rlm.nc wulureu 1 t:v j .... j,. Hamburg- will be the b.irgiin sale from 4 to 5 p. in Tie Hamburg at rre(. 1I1(Ua u,mjt,es our reKular price 30e. oc; 10c Hamburgsat 71c; 15c Hainburgsat 12Jc; 20c H.imburss at hi.- - .it..1 will be sold for 20c per yard from 3 to 4 p. m. jsoon. All Hamburgs will be sol 1 at special Binjainhoursale, from 1 it CASH. CASH. it. Bargain Uo. 8. top W. Nit-hol'- s :-tOJ lSS3-Chi- iin To cover the cost of .compiling the matter and printing the hook, the price II. of fifty cents has been placed upon it, 1SS9 Montana Stable's Spokane....2:34 and it i& hoped that every Democrat in 1S!)0- -E 2:4o' Corrigan's Rilev the State will be willing to incur such 1S91 Jacobiiih Stable's Kingman ....2:32 a small expenditure toward a recoid of If John B. TjMMnpson siHHild rnn for 1802 Bashford Minor's Azra 2 41 J Congress on the free silver ticket, Owssuch value to the party. & Ortli's Lookout 2:39 ley and Foree would have to jko1 their 1S04 Yours Truly, & Rose's Chant Iuigh .2:41 R. II. Ingram. iues, as we have before remarked. 1S05 Bryon McClelland's Halma...2:371 lr Jite Blackburn and Wat Hardin would o,it knifing the Democratic party and wake square at the Republicans, it would at least took belter. 18S0- -J. B. Haggiu's Ben Ali. 1SS7 l.alold Bros.' Montrose 1S8S -- Chicago Stables Macbeth 2:3(jj 2:39 2:3S past- - 1693-Cus- ldng Secretary. that.it slull not occur again." QiBSTTON Why is a silver dollar in THE ART AMATEUR. Venezuela worth as much as a gold dollar, and why is a silver dollar in all oth The May Number of Art Ama er South American countries worth only teur" is unusually rich in seasonable half a dollar in gold? decorative subjects and working designs, useful for the China Painter. Pyrograph-er- , Some newspaper fellows are like the workers in Needlework. Wood Carvancient "pepper box pistol -- pull the ing, Bent Iron and all and sundry prac-ticl- e trigger and not oulv one barrel but all Art Craftsmen and Craftswomen. the barrels go off. for evidence of The whole number is, we had almost which tee Pantagraplt. said, fragrantly redolent of "The Merry May Time," Miss Hallowell's Tfclks on Govkknor Stoke, of Missouri, is com- Elementry Drawing and Mrs Fowler's ing all the waj Irons MkMMiri to speak Papers on figure painting are both con at Richmond, Lexington, Frankfort and tinued, and are in everyway practical Shelbyville. on the nwaej question, and and most valuable to the student and iiarry a word will he baie to sh- - against Art Worker. A paper of more general inthe Republicans. terest is on ''The Mining Textile," by Mrs. Candace Wheeler. I'm for free silver because I am against The Color Supplements are a charmthere Natiottal Banks" remarked ing study of Countess Castellane Rosses," Democrat, Saiurday, and he h.id just a and designs for decoratvie plaques by a well have said he was for free bilver Joseph Lauber, the latter an interesting locmie is ojqjoMMl to snakes, the piece of autographic lithography. FaithconnectioH being jnbt as close. ful to his ever useful mission of telling the truth about the "Art Collections" "I'x for free silver, bora use I want the which are from time to time "oflered for national ileirt paid off in silver," says sale," the Editor, in "My Note Book," one man, ntte-rligitorant of the fact makes 6ome forceful remarks about that freefritvcrputsiio uKHie- - into the the "Braudus" collection, and other Art nutiou&l treasury and therefore the Govmatters which many journals are apt to ernment would have no free silver to treat in more smooth-tongue- d manner. ay anything with. (Price 32 cents, or $4.00 per annum. Montague Marks, 23 Union Sqnare, New The lauksa Hutler announces that a York.) fine sirtam of cold vvoter has been discovered near that office and we shall NEW YORK FASHION NOTES. now exftect the red roil rose of editor Morrow's face and the rotund form of his Fancy waists are again very popular terribly cm vex front give way to evi- for Spring and Summer wear and even dences of changetoa some costumes are sent from the modiste with one or two extra waists. Free silver DertHK-ratey thy will They are more often made in the style stead blKtuhler to slioulder witti the of Iiouis XIV and Lo.iis XVI. Such western Republicans iu the November coato are very elegant, made of brocade ejection, by which we presume it is all or satin with lace jabot or ruffles and right for free silver Democrats to homol- with handsome waistcoats. Otherfancv ogate with Republicans, but mighty, waibts have an added crosss skirt in mighty bad for bound money Democrats godet to imitate the style of the coat, to even think as the eastern Republicans Someof the fancies of the summer seado about finances. son are entire waists of embroidered batiste and open work linon, mousseline WILii BOLT. de soie, novelties in chiffon, etc Many of these waists are made with flowered Senator Vest of Missouri, made a taffeta sleeves. The new sleeves are speech, Friday, in which he said that if smaller, drooping or trimmed with rufthe Chicago convention adopted a sound fles and puffs. A fancy of the season is UMney plank, he would bolt the convento wear a handsome bodice of black satin tion Tillman has said the same thing: with a light skirt. Very elalwrate evenso have other prominent free silver men. ing waists are 6eeu made of the new jetWill tley object to sound money men ted nets, draped over handsome pompa doing likewise should a free silver plauk dour taffetas. The favorite colore of the be adopted ? Spring are tones of green, heliotrope, light brown and gray. Easter costumes CONFESSES. of light gray and green are very popular. All new French skirts are decidedly Referring to Hardin's remarkable J smaller, the average width being five speech at the court house, this place, and a half yards, many of them being the Wiuchester Democrat owns up this even less than five The front and sides way; have an easy fullness, with the gathers 'Gen Wat Hardin, on invitation of the or pleats clustered in the back. Another free silver people, made a speech at distinguishing feature of the new Spring last week. As an exam costumes are fascinating silk linings in pie of the harmony he is tryh'Kto cre- bright colors, from the cheapest taffeta ate, his "whole speech was devoted to to the most exensive brocade. At many abuse of the sound money Democrats of the Spring expositions of gowns, the He never once alluded to the Republi-y- a. new capes attract the most attention-ioor to his recent defeat. His exaccount of the richness of material and treme love for a large portion of the the novelties In combination of color. Dnnocratic party was shown when he The necks have elaborate ruches, collar stated that the sound money Democrats lace ribbons, were divided into three classes: office ettes of mousseline desoie, flowers aud jets. The McDowell Fashion holders, money lenders and damned many new fools. As we were of the sound money Magazines at hand contain ideas of great value to both professional men who voted for hini-fu- r Governor amateurylressmalcerB. we think he may be right in assigning and us to the latter class, but wepromisebim Tae Cuban war is costing Spain'SlOG-- , n the cause of ganizing Democracy iii the State. Sub.-cribe 50 cents to Or- pwrjtciEriiiaiiiiciitarAiiE'jsumM I CORRESPONDENCE. J Newby. Owen Newby bought of Mrs. Ellen New by a nice buenh hogs at 3 cents. Dick Clark, of Cincinnati, was bete last week among her old friends. The new millinery btore is doing aiiig busiuess. Farmers say oats aud young clover are about "petered" this dry weather. The Kirksville correspondent informs ns that the people of thib community are about through cutting corn. Say brother our people are through planting for the season but still chomping away on last year's crop with an abundance of free silver talk thrown in between meals. Mr. Alvin Taylor, of Harrodsburg, 6pent a few days with friends here labt week. The singing club met this week with MissEadie Heath man. John Stapp and T. J. Million engaged to John Parrish a nice lot of heifers for June market at 3 cents, lj COLLEGE HILL. Mrs. G. W. Gintr gave ihiithdr.y dinner, it being being Mr. Ginter'sbiith-day- . A splendid dinner and a general good time are reported. There were about forty present. The parsonage of the M. E. church South is undergoing a new coat of paint. Mr. G. W. and Wesley McKinney doing the painting. Mr. William Webb, of Clark county, visited College Hill this week, ttt iw&Ief-Loverag- s .s Berea. The new church house of John G. Fee, called "The Second Church of ttt Bcrea. is fa6t approaching completion, and we will soon be ready to occupy. The may number of the Berea Quarterly was issued last week, and is a very creditable production indeed. The main aitich 'Apallarliian America," by Pres-Wm- . Goddell Frost, is a very able paper. The press work is a credit to the Manuel Training School. The carpenters hammer is constantly heard here and much improvemont is going on, The Masonic Lodge is having quite a boom, having faken in 3 nieuibersduring the last week. The Berea nine went to Livingston WEAK Saturday auJ had a game with the club Mr. H. B. McKinney, of Boonesboro, is visiting relatives near here, says the Clay City Chronical. Mr. Jas. Cornelisou visiter! his son in Miss Ola March, of Bhomington, 111., Lexington last week, 'who is seriously is the guest ot her cousin, Mrs. A. C. sick. Buchanan, this city. Mr. T. P Dudley, located at Berea as Mr. R. Lee Stewart has returned from L gJH ffiJHKJB U. S. Ganger, spent Sunday at home-Mr- . SffilWL -51 mrH wm m& &M fiiWKlH a visit to his father at Richmond, says i HfTH PS3I7H mr7U nsr renairtuta rtJEi rti rH. telRi fTW??r 5JHV 5St7 rarJ Eara-ii- gr and Mrs. Will Deatherage, of Red the Hiudman penciler of the Jackson House, visited Mr. Allen Deatherage la6t Hustler. week. Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith will entertain There is an epidemic of measles in the her numerous lady lriends community. . I " 11 evening in honor of Mrs. Henry L Pope I" "II There will be a missionary meeting at of IMiisville Vice-Regof Kentucky laraLira nijngF the Waco Baptist church the fifth Sunday Daughters of the Revolution, who will irKje BfrrllrllB IpiiSfffci- in this month. pncj organize a chapter her. The following gentlemen enjoyed sevWool. eral days of successful fishing at Turn Hole on the Kentucky River last week: Covington, Arnold fc Bro. have bought Messrs. Jas. Noland. Jake Hackett, this season something like ten thousand Range Green, Martin Green, W. F. J. pounds of wool at 12 cents a pound. W., B. P. and Jake Wagers, J no. Thorpe, Thirteen years ago they began to buy $L Irvine and Jack Miller. Jesse Cobb, wool at 32 cents a pouud. 2-Dave Chenatilt. Ed. Prather, C. E. The clip this year in the county is Poyniz. about one third of what it was last vear. The M- - F. I. teachers and boarders of Richmond, spent the day moot delightfully last Saturday at the beautiful coun awl Wheelers. tr home of Mr. and ' Hisle. Mrs. Willis Among a c those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. JJs Covington, Mesdames R. II. Covington, d The record for single bicycle T. E. Baldwin, T. J. Smith, 0 ' W. Hisle, is $1 cuiids, iSfig S. P. Deatherage, R. E. Turley. C. L. "Sis A cash order wns sent from Richmond Searcy, B. P Wagers; and Misses Loyd, to a Connecticut factory for a Spencer Hood, Payne, Riggs, Lillie and vrlipel, but the money was returned with Mary Poage, Ida Speed, Amy Caldwell, the iinfoniiHtioii that there were sevenWe are ready for you and we surpass them all, Rose Vickers, Lucy Wilson, Etta G. " teen huiulree orders ahead of his. with our new sprinq Clothinq. FnrnlsMno Gonflc natc Minor. Anna Crutcher, Margaret! e Xine bikemen dined with John and Merchant Tailoring. The largest and best line of clothidg we Smock, Mary Sousely, Bessie Spears, have ever shown at prices that are the' Kobinson at Dig Hill, Sunday, going out Emily Chetiault, Nettie Fatherly, Sophia JOB' InilTPCr . Wo htura onrl TMODl7'imTnT wm :n prove in the morning aud returning iu the Hendrick, Douibe Shanks, Sudie Lilhird, '. ii, it marine line is complete and very strong and every garment a evening. Mary M Smith, Patsy and Fieef Grabargain. We give you a better suit for less money than any ham, Rosa May and Geneva Moherley, other house in this market. " MAR- Georgie Letton. Ollie Baldwin, Susan LOUISVILLE TOBACCO Smith, Mary Dudley, Mattie and Katie EET. Covington, Margarette Rupard, Sallie Dudley; Messrs. Wm. Park. Armer I'UUI.IMIKI) nY OLOVKR A DUBKETT, LOOIS Hisle, R. E. Turley, Jr. The day was VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. spent iu roaming around the beautiful hillt-idesketching scenery, music, ARE YOUR FEET RIGHT AHD LEFT? Sales on our market this week just feasting by the ladies and in fishing by the gentlemen who caught crawfish. closed amounted to 1,342 hhds. with reAt the setting of the sun all dep'arted, ceipts for the same period 1,007 hlide. , . Comft anil co o.1 ;r iTA.. ,i..it t . t holding the host and hostess in grateful Sales ou our market 6ince January 1st " Why not buy the be t ' amounted to 71, 83 hhds. Sales of the SMI Pw SVe ahowinSi .. .. i t t reniembrapce for the delightful day . .. KaBsZituadimiirir.it4s m,.o 0uu for the money tnat. s wlint we srivR vnn crop of 1893 on our market to this date 01 spent. SrS eS' iU,d Ca" SUit aU tastes and Pckets- - Mth don,t foiStThe s. -amount to 08.115 h'.ds. . Mr. Snehon Harris, aged 7G years, died The volume of business on our marnight at his home near here of Saturday ket this week is extremely small and the heart dibease The funeral services were tone of the market quiet and unchanged. conducted at his home Monday morning Some portions of the state have been reby Rev. Mr. Anderson, thence his burial diiv ooyj, maiceot clblhing ever sold in this market. Prices cently favored with good rains, but the W Ti.,-in the family buryiug ground where the greater part of the tobacco territory " to suits froi six to Masons conducted- their usnal services. extremely dry for the time of venr He was a member of the Baptist church, We have added for the spring and summer anifMio progress has been made in the the CELEBRATED MANHATTAN SUIRTb a Democrat, a Mason, genial, courteous, T direction of transplanting the crop. W which is the most and leave a host of friends. He leaves Z & The following quotations fairly repretwo children, who have the sympathy of sent our market for hurley tobacco 1895 the commuuitv iu their bereavement. crop: Trash (dark or (lamagcd)S 1 00 to 1 50 We """" "" 'y' Common colory trash 2 00 to 4 00 Panola. Wl.ite, Ml dress, colored and neSIigee all of popular prices. l1 - w' " 'ww ! Medium to good col trash 4. 00 to 6 00 zr piGwcmiuy man ujscom A new baby born at Rice Harris' '"Vr i mrnl Common lugs not co'.ory 2 00 to 4 00 jta g. "ns ana insuring great durability. Sunday. SHOES -- 1 4 50 to 7 00 lH Elder Combs will preach nt Panola on Common colory lugs fe STIinnUQ THri Tlifl Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 Sunday, the 24th, at 11 o'clock, a. m. fro,nf.l?tc20.?e,:C,UcheaPer than 0,h -houses. We are Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 5 00 Stoughton (Incorporated) Men's fine shoes. 1HJE3 Everybody should remember that the Medium to good leaf 8 00 to 15 00 3 Meeting for the counties of Good to fine leaf 15 00 to 18 00 Estill, Jackson and Madison will be held Select wrappery leaf 18 00 to 22 00 Tma with the Bear Wallow Church on Friday The above quotations are not applica(9) G) Prinpc ... x -- i rraftr inriT Tailoring Departeat;'. and Saturday, the 22d and 23d of this ble to green or frosted crops. uaui-imen- i w"lJ 1UW' compieie, WUKK.JllAr.blili1 THE ajgaiMiKUiHiii ironth. The evangelist of the fi&3 will be present, beside others to DR. PEFFER'S . . . am a.. I,rw- - u TijiTir HP " TO in nnn ni..lk:.. T uul address the meeting, and an enjoyable mi TrUlS "epariment is Bicycle Suits, Golf Eose, Shoes and Sweaters and Caps. occasion is anticipated. ta4 OJ JiEVERFAlLS. r wv..i NEWllIfroVEJtY. tcantymimi mrinn. k u Died at the residence of T. J. Wilcox, ciiouiu aiiu ed, 'ypre uci. exeneire, sat of pslolc XowusedbycverBO.000 Ytmen titration. of typhoid pneumonia, on Saturday laille- - Irrrlgoratea taese orjpuu. cf tfanfferou imitation. Kame evening last, his sou Solon, in the thirpaper. t3 per box, small box tt Senv f A realed la plain wrapper. Send 4c la teenth year of his age. The disease was ., ttt WACO. We add something new and make special honr BARGAIN PRICES just to stimulate this great unprecedented sale. These goods will be sold at prices named as long as we have any in the house, but don't forget that to get them at these prices you want to bring the CASH, as we will not charge them at THESE PRICES. CLOTHING FOR MEN, BOYS & CHILDREN. will also each hour YOURS FOR BARGAINS, Dixiinr ojvcli Iioixt sales we Avill add special l:rprain pi-ice- s in N.J.STREN6. SB ?rJ SS 3 3 iiLi!!&trnuisiinut23 ljgMifliJTlijrli 1" ' a SS MS nt LfrfrjmfBa isjMerafijr nrii ' -'-- ETTHE &)?r JajrMMipiMp. rpBJpBfpiWla MS rita nr NEW Moris 100-yar- I QP REBUOED PRICES "(Sfr7'' GOODS. THEY aee cheaper, we bought them: FOE LESS AND AEE SELLING THEM FOE MITCH LESS. ... :: ji SI k ...... THIS IS NO BLUFF,! shoe - n .. ? veryK 9 1 hriffrffiy W" W JiJf7 WSXXrW i., m FACTS, .! IV m$T " n,. t &i Mo Sa 0jJJ ll O; OLOTBmG, rane con-tinu- ts - SeVS'pSfor oZXl - fi ttT BQFUIE,AM '""e "' ll Jf;Zi!l!''','m "",'Jh" - mmw m Ammsm&M - S.' V inatilStirS so!el . lH Hats For Every ..i. One, K9Y ite-va- A3EM ftiADE ViSOOOUS, atamusfor rtartlcnlara. ft1.i h '.druRrlrtnoriuldreMi PHWKR,SE1I 'UALASHIMM'TIIIV. .., ....V H.W ..U. lit - - Sold, by Richmond G- - d there. Mr. L.J A. Dayis, who has. been clerking at Loudon, has returned home to liitc. Drag Co. and f... i.i s 3ta v mm l U l V. NICE AND P.OMPkRTR j iX ii us a Call We will make it to the trial . tyiyi s t-.in- rK w- -, Most in quantity, jyCAY. stoaY. lC4Y. WJiat FEB; HERUESfiB 0' It frets powerfully and.qnlcslr. Cares wliisa r rtfccrs fall. Yocim men icxnln lost aanhnort. 1 ATn!ut5ljr;ur-icteJienreJ7or yputliful toCureKe-rvQurae- live. Mr. "Cull" Coyle is v n' the "dude" of this isda. "burg" and iiai, things his own way. Mr. Lucas his recently puichased two new buggies from Richmond for his, livery and is doiii,; a good business- Mr. J. W. (jhaney has Tetnrnad from a trip to Jessanine. 1 c ilOll Hi Id! best in quality f TT W h) All iLL - ,Sf intoef VrJLs y.iAwyiwwy rq JLIi 1J V 2 frb-I- ' XipKtltnK'3 Jthcr i;x, I'alllaK ftlcmorr, Wajtltjci1' tVKtirt. Frftiwld nlrJit O lor M, trttU .X. B white's 'EVERY " i 000,000 a yew. jor. &1 per rox. cr Io"f Written Cnarirn'r-- in euro orKcimlil PX'Jl'VIiS. MilUItULl. ASS'S, CMcaj. I Sold by Richmond Drug Co and "Vf . G - . The popular! ty of Mr. W. L. Leeds, ;as n uiie. if Yal ttt teyrYiew. !VERE1!RJGE! FOR Has led all WORM Remedies. ilo ie mm r;. "Li' i :ct "v rc-n- C0VII0 T TAILORS AND nOTRTFRQ mi IM tirn I J LLLj g SO YEARS - snrn BOTTLE ai'ABilKTEEDJ :. t.t. uTtiKiaicfrs ai ' U HAfifiX stiiiriVK i" . " r f I i ,li!iil!iiiiiiiilgniiipB ran LlLjfasifitiiBifaairaeiiaij karfttiflrni 1 SzosiiirojsnD, -- ng1 tt a l iiUMi iiimii If- t i ia-- -l . rCJQB.nUsM ,. ninr-- t tzii""w. .Mu. rtUliliM HlH-- l f zru ' I UAltftsBnii ifSMirij mil i i - asr-i- JI inz-- Slr fl TuSi Ira ' F , I ,t j. " - ,1 i .i i faRWrHiaBafrfilaJBfP i ,o--i - &' is y x " " eS. ,."-"'"- '- - e " jf - ,J ? k L . ' 'J , ' r" ,t ' u ' Remains Found. 3Jay Festival.? About two months ago Butler East, son Choice seats for May Festival at of W. C. East, near Union City, wandwbich begins May 9 and closes ered away from home. On Thursday his May 23, can be secured by applying to 1896. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, remains wero found in Kentucky River, the agent of the Louisville & Nashville just below Ford on the Clark side. They R. R. here. Reduced rates to CincinStandard time now ! were buried near Union City. nati during Festival'at $4.67, round trip. Telephone No. 78. Communicate with Epidemic of measles at Waco. A Worker-Th- e Mr. K. Hood, agent. Mrs. B. C. Potts has sweet potato Climax is informed that a lady According to Tlieir Own Figures. plants. who resides near here has made and The Pantagraph is terribly wrought placed in and around flower beds 1124 Prof. Hawesat the court bouse small stakes to protect the flowers from up over the county advertising. The niglit the chickens. She also has swinging fiscal court asked the three newspapers in See Singer Sewing Machine locals buckets aud "elevated boxes with flowers. Richmond to hand in sealed bids. The Pantagraph bid a certain amount per for information. inch, and explained to the court that the Sunday Morning Wedding. Solon, the son of T J. A Squire Anner was called upon very price mentioned was equal to $4.50 for llcox, dead. See Panola, early Sunday morning to settle the fu columns the length of the Climax columns. The Climax bid $3.95 a column, No bid was made on the R. N. I. & ture happiness of Mr. W T. Dailey and and the court awarded the printing to B Saturday at Versailles. Miss Miunie Woodall, who arrived on the Climaxx. Now if the Pantagraph Country merchants should see ad the four o'clock train from Corbin. It f Richmond tobacco fartorv. looked a little like a runaway. They fellows can't figure, it must take the consequences and not blame anybody but went from here to Jackson on the two M H. Brown calls yfuir attention to o'clock train to the home of the groom. its dear little wootsy tootsy self. f grea' 'G. J." tire sold by him. . Colored Public School Exerelses. THE CLIMAX, - Cin-cinnii- ti, at the school night at the United house, Baptist church and Friday night at name May 14th, place, the closing exercises of the col ored public school will take place. Tomorrow will be an exhibition of the year's work, under the direction of Principal Reynolds. At night, Principal Garvin of the Winchester colored school y will address the graduating class. commencement exercises will be the held, consisting of songs and recitations, or orations. There aro six graduates in the high school department Jarrett A. Harris, David V. Miller, Georgia L. Walker, Fri-"da- mmmmmmmr&mmmmmmmnmnummmmimtt!lgi ifSJSJMfrBiH HlSJSrSJE fmmMRM Rumnm ,1' ' r il' t n 7i sri S7n gJijllMfMlMM Irtjiairciwi tEJta(rtuiartntarcJtsi r .! fTHJBrfHJB mj&&&m&mmmmRm&m&mui!i !rjjjyafl ! iff a , ' , ' ' i mm IHnE ras mm siS m se m ical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasantefforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so-- many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, andis everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all hnportant, in order to get its beneficial" effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, ono may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. Standard Time Adopted. phys- Up THE RICHMOND BOTTLING halt-barre- ls ..BLUE LICK WATER.. !m,p''m::"F':'' TP F"-?--" SfiHJ RUB I '"P"-'1"'- ! CO. bot- mm ld Chenault and Carrie E. Covington. In the the common school department there are nineteen graduates, John A. Hill, Sallie L. White, James Francis, Zedia Gentry, Royal Haynes, J. Fee Broaddus. Virgil M. Mackey, James S. Walker, I In N. Olivia I. Turner, Julia M- - Gladness Comes gs With a better understanding of the lie nature of the many Hp. GET mm Is agent for the Celebrated Blue LickTVater. Put up in tles, kegs and tarrals. At all Drugstores, Eestaurants and Barrooms. a?JfilpIJBJpIpinijj E3EgEHS3)giaBrt3rpHjBnHiBr m 1 Hib MralJlplJIpD'iniB &lrflrfcftaB7EJBE3i?:liEa7E fsfp mm 1 i Elections will hereafter be held in Ma iiton ooanty by standard time. Trim Deatherage lias a cow that fifty pounds of milk daily. l.inteniann M n lav concert at court house night had a small but select au- - Iouglas & Smith have adopted ctan iard tkne at their butcher shop. !ve tlieir ad. Indi vidnal deposits, subject to c heck, ti. the four national banks of Richmond, are $'.03,106 19. N. tramSouth leaves Richmond at ! 10 p. in., or 5 minutes earlier jn heretofore- 1. & lipgm Rev. D. G. Combs, evangelist, will a protracted meeting at Pond iiun-h- . Suttirtlay. lien Kennedy, who shot Deputy iicnff Joe White, near Crap Orchard, u of Gr ive Kennedy i. a John B. Thompson announced hitn--i- f a candidate for Congress in a speech af Harrodsbnrg, Monday. Hereafter by order of the Fical ,nn. the pauper practcie of Richmond w i Ik let to the lowest bidder. - Red uchI rates via Louisville Nash- to Louisville, on account of ranees at " o7 round trip, good until may 20th. . There seems little doubt that Hon. J jHed Smith will be the Republican nominee for Congress in IhcSth district. John Shackelford is driving the ice wagon this season, and bikeman can now go on the 6treete without getting run over. E. C. Nelson, of Silver Creek, was pan. fully hurt by a fall in Richmond Monday night, his shoulder being dislocated. selling round trip R. N., I tn kets io Louisville, on account of races, good returning Mav 2Qth. for one and & B. is one-thir- d fare. An account of the visit of Madison Institute in a body to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hisle will be found in our Waco letter which see Miss Malinda Romans was married afternoon at the residence of Re John Pond to Mr Nathaniel Cotton, a prosperous Madison county farmer. Lanca&ter Record. A Long Story Maic Short.. Married is Lexington.. To avoid the usual worry and wear inMr. Al Williams Shearer and Misslna cident to a wedding, Mr. Aufel Daniel Laniburt, both of Lexington, were mar- Millerand MissCoriune Gentry, accomried in that city on last Wednesday, panied by Miss Sue Deatherage, quietly May 6th. The groom is clerk at the drove over to Winchester, Friday night, Ashland House, is a son of Sam Shearer, when: Mr. Robert Baldwin was waiting of Shearers Station, this county, and foi them. The services of Mr. Chris-holnamed for his uncle Al Williams of Red of the Presbyterian church, were House, procured and Mr. Miller and Miss Gentry were duly married. They returned Melting. that night, taking everybody, even the This organization, embracing Madison, brides parents, Mr. and Mrs H. L. y Estill and Jackson counties, will hold its surprise. The grooai was recently annual meeting with Bear "Wallow a compositor on the CLiMAX.now foreman church, near Speedwell, in this county, of the Register office. on Friday and Saturday before the fourth A "Wide Eari.sc of Trade Sunday in May, or May 22 aud 23. AH G. W. Pickels shipped a saddle yesterbelonging to the churches are lequef ted to report. Dinner on the day made in his shop to Judge B. P. White at Manchester. He has from first grounds. Every body invited. to last sold a hundred saddles in Clay Dig Farm Misplaced. county. Also shipped to nearly all other John R. Gibson, this place, owns a counties in Eastern Kentucky, and has a three thousand acre tract ot land good train in Virginia. In fact he has in Texas, but he does not know-i- shipped saddles to nearly every state in what county. His father, the late the Union. Missouri and Kansas parties William Gibson, took the farm for a have bought hundreds, and so has South debt, The deed has been lost Texas is a Carolina. Mr Pickels says no State in Thousand miles wide, and n little lot the Union makes as good saddles as Kenfarm would be hard to tucky, and he could truthfully haye like a adeed that no house in Kentucky makes find. a better saddle than Pickels and few as "" A Faithful 13 good. years ago the workmen quit the Serious Fire at Irvine. Government building in Richmond. At 11 o'clock Sunday night the dwellThey left a dog there and he has faithfully kept watch ever since. The work- ing house on Main street, in Irvine, ocmen will return in a few days and the cupied by Mr. Lyle and family, but beowner of the dog should come back just longing to Judge John C. Chenault, this to see how w ell his dog has performed place, was discovered on fire. Theic behis duties. The dog made friends with ing no fire protection and water scarce, the neighbors and seems to board around the fire spread to the residence of Andrew Wallace, father of C. C Wallace, among them. this place; thence to the residence of Judge W..H. Lilly, brother of attorney It's So. The Climax told it to you last week, Granl Lilly, this place; thence to the and now it w ill prove it the Nicholas-vill- e residence of John Park, father of the several Park brothers, formerly of this Journal says: place. It was now evident that the enG- - Parnsh, the bright young Rich'E. mond attorney, who carried off the ora- tire block would go if heroic measures torical honors at the Republican district were not taken, so the storehouse of Mr. convention here recently, has acecpted Park, next to his residence, was torn an invitation from Miller Post, No. 142, down and the fire thus stopped. Origin of the fire unknown. Not a G A. R., Nicholasville, to deliver the dollar of insurance. The four houses address at Camp Nc'son, Decoration were total losses Much of the contents Dav " Gen-try.b-- Duncan, Scotta B. Cobb, Maidie J. Turner, Lucy L. Thompson, Joseph Mober-ly- , Hayes AV. Crutcher, Wyatt Miller, Estella L. Yates, William Black, Junius Miller, and Calverta L. Clav. This Jariet Harris is valedictorian. school has been under ths management of D. W. Miller, charge of the sixth grade; James A White fifth grade aud junior high school; Emmett Embry, fourth grade; Mrs. Allie Haynes, third grade; Miss Millie Embry, second grade; and Miss Maud Mackey, first grade and primary department. Paralyzed the Court. An old colored man threw a bomb into the fiscal court, last Wednesday, that nearly dispersed it He presented a petition which county clerk "White read as follows: "To the Honorable Fiscal Court of Madison county . I, your petitioner, respectfully leg of you to release me from paying taxes for these reasons: First, 1 have little property. Second, I have been an invalid for years. Third, I am well-inform- much confusion being caused by the difference between sun time and standard time, Col. Caperton appeared So beforejthe Fiscal Court, Friday, and spoke 3,000-acr- e 32-Tw- o The little boys up the street, who wear -- Panties," are going to sue the county, so they say, but then you know d animal that had a about that gnat on its horn. bftfs-toue- .!aid a wan, Monday, "for Contract Let. A special telegram from London, Ky., to the Lexington Leader, May 0, says that the contract for the main building of Sue Bennett Memorial School, to be erected the present season at that place, was awarded to Clark & Howard, contractors of Lexington, for 12,000 over twelve competitor. The plans were furnished by II. L. Rowe, architect, also of Lexington. The building will be one of the handsomest of this kind in the saved. Loss probably $10,000. About everything the venerable Mr. Park had was in the two houses and ho is now years old. Risks are so great that insurance can scarcely be obtained at reasonable rates in SO Irvine. forty-on- e of davs there has not Imjch a Miu in the vicinity of tl old Rodes warehouse, ami five years ago there was no rain in the month of May." State. (iov. Stone Coming. A letter from State Chairman H. of Elizabethtown to attorney H. 0. Brewer, leader of the silver party Valley View will pipe a fine quantity of drinking water from Jessamine in this county, announces that Gov. speak at arrows Kenturky river, uing the II. N. Wm. Stone, of Missouri, will the court hou&e in Richmond, on Thurr-dabridge, for mrticularb of which I. May 2l6t, at 2 o'clock. His subject see our excellent Valley View letter. will be the free and unlimited coinage of Ernest Jackson, colored alias Thomp- silverat the ratio of 16 to 1. It is the inson, aged probably 10, was tried before tention of the silver party to be here in Judge Armer Monday on a peace war- force on that day and organize to sweep rant taken out by H K Mellon of Col- the country from Maine to Texas by lege Hill, and i in jail in default of $150 way of Virginia aud California. y, 15 bail. was a patient at the Infirmary here recently, and not only recovered readily and jmid lu bill promptly, but sent the Infirmary a present of fl've willons of good old w hisky. Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson delightfully entertained the Justices of the Peace at dinner one day last week, at her elegant home on the the South side, aud there--' b greatly furthered the intorsts of the luririnary. Berea ought to feel her importance with tl ree leaders in the field at one tune H. C. Brewer, heading the movement, U. S. Coyle leading moement, and Rev. th Jonn G. Fee leading the local option Lynn Boyd, of Covington, free-bili- er free-turnpi- The Old, Old Story. At the Second Reformed Church at Mr. Richard M. noon on Wednesday Dudley, of Richmond, Ky., was married to Miss Fanny Dow Moore, of this place. Miss Moore is the daughter of n rail.Mr. H. C. Moore, the road man and contractor, and Mr. Dudley is of the firm of Moore, Dudley & Hodge, of IS Rroadway. New York. He is now building a trolly road atScranton, Pa. in which city he and Mrs. Dudley will reside. Tarrytown. N. Y Press Record. well-know- Visited tlie Poorliouse. Fiscal court being in session, the Magistrates went out in a body, one day last week, and inspected the County Poor-houswhich is located at Union City ui'jveuienU Keeper Roberts gladly received them .Second 1'ret.liyierian. and demonstrated to their satisfaction Rev. A. E. Bess, of Danville Theologithat it is run on correct principles. cal Seminary, will supply the pulpit of inmates. There are about twenty-fiv- e thes-ecouPrebyteriaH church this place One of them, Mrs. Lucinda Biggs, lias for the summer. The Seminery closed been there thirty-tw- o years. She occulast week pies a little room to herself and keeps it remarkably clean. If any one thoughtTeachers' Examination. lessly spits on the floor, she immediately Examination for teachers certificates wipes up with her handkerchief and it will take place this year, for white teachlooks as if there would be war should ers, on June 5 and 6 and 19 and 20 July the offense be repeated. 17 and 18 and August 21 and 22. Colored teachers on the Friday and Saturday People i Have Met. following each ot these dates. One of the best things ever representAdjourned. ed in our city in the form of a lecture Madison Court of Claims adjourned was delivered at the court house Monday night by that loquacious and world yesterday. Levy is z 25c humoristProf A. W. Hawks, of BaltiGeneral purposes " 5i more, Md. We liave heard many huRail road morists in life, listened to their puna-gram- s, State watched their change of ex wres-sionsaw them bring down the house 73: Total with laughter, bnt in all our lecture goThe Prohibition Convention. ing we have never seen any one who The State Prohibition Convention will soars as high as Prof. Hawks nor who is meet in Covington, May 25 and 26. Geo. 60 entertaining and absolutely exhilar W. Bain and John G. Woolley, will ad- ating. Longview (Texas) Clarion dress a mass meeting, Monday evening At the Court House Thursday fare for the night, May 14, in his famous lecture the 22th. One and one-thir- d round trip will be given by all railroads 'People.1 Have Met." leading to Covington or Cincinnati. e, d -- ......... s, Rednction of School Fund. Recently the Climax mentioned the considerable reduction in the public school fund. Since that, the subjoined statement has been sent out from Frankfort: The report that local city schools and others of the State may adjourn a month earlier than usual, because there is not money enough to run them, may or may not prove true, but one thing does seem certain, aud that is that the school per capita for next year is going to be very much smaller than for seveial years. The annual census of school children is being taken in all the school districts of the State, and in a number it is already complete. The news from all the cencus-taker- s heard from show a decided increase in the number of children of school age. This Deaf anil Uumb Institute Closed. fact, together with the mistake of the Miss Sallie Ellis, one of the teachers in last year, which makes the school fund D. & D. Institute, Danville, came home of the past year considerably short of the last week, the school having closed earamount expected, and the additional lier than usual because tiie funds are fact that the revenue of this year will be short, the state not being able to respond bhort of the usual sum, will make the promptly per capita, as already stated, way below Morris Long, another Madison county that of previous years. It will necessi- attache of the D. &, D. is here for a sho t tate a big reduction of school expenses btay. in nearly all the districts of the State, In connection with the above, the subunless county and district supplement joined account of the closjng exercises is State fund by the levy of local school taken from the Advocate: taxes. ''The closing exercises of the Kentucky School for the Deaf were held in the Bimetallic League. chapel of the institution Monday evenA number of Democrats met at the ofing in the presence of a large audience fice of H. O. Brewer, in Richmond rewhich contained many citizens, members cent!', and organized a Bimetallic League. of the board of commissioners, etc. The A committee of that League met at the following interesting program was rendsame office last Saturday and elected "W. ered: "'A nld Lang Syne" by a class of B. Smith permanent chairman, Sant girls; Essay, '0ur Lives are What We Oldham, Dudley Tribble.T D. Chenault, Make Them," Miss Fronia Brown, Lily, Vice Presidents. Ky.; Reciation, ''That Sweet Story of A committee on resolutions was apOld," Miss Lily Blessing Carrollton; pointed, consisting of T. D. Chenault, Declamation, Antony's Qration Over G. W. Evans, William Chenault, Dudley Brewsaugh, Robinson; W. B. Smith and Robt. Little, Caesar, Arthur Tribble, My Old Kentucky Home, bv a class of with instructions to draft resolutions and report to an adjourned meeting at the girls; Declamation, Lochinvar, Elmer Moore, London; Recitation, 'The Old court house, on Thursday-- , May 21st. Clock on the Stair " Miss Mary Doyle, At the meeting of the 21st, additional Esay and Valedictory, 'Edubtepii will be taken to organize the coun- Wilmore; cation," M;ss Clara Payne, Louisville. ty convention May 30th appoint free sildelivery of the certificates by ver delegates to the Lexington State After the Elder J. L. Allen, the chairman of the Convention June 3rd, with instructions board of commissioners, a class of girls to aid in selecting free silver delegates ' God be With You Till We to the national convention, and, ot rendered, Meet Again." The exercises in the sign course, adopting a free silver plank interpr2ted for the benefit by the State convention. It is the pur- language were persons in the audience. pose of the free silver men to instruct for of theuniniated The school will begin its next session al John B. Thompson, of Harrodsburg, for customery time. The work of the inCongress, but in the event he should not the stitution this year, although pressed to be a candidate, A. T. Chenault, of this itsfuHest capacity, has beeu clone in a county, will be their choice. It is the purpose of the free silver manner highly creditable to the officials and faculty and perfectly satisfactory to men, as expressed to us by the leader, to defeat J. Stone Walker for delegate. But the authorities" . 'A K. State r nrampmt-n- t then you all know theie is that grievous Somekset, Ky., Slay 2, 96. , disappointment, some times, of biting off The State Emcampinent of the Grand more 'n you can chaw. Army of the Republic, Department of LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Kentucky, will be held at Somerset, to Stanford. On Saturday, the C U. Gadets, under command of CapL Wygant, with guns and cannon, will advance on Stanford. Battalbon sponsors and maids of honor will be present. Also chaparonR and a j few invited guests. We hone old Walton will cet shot in the left fore leg in the first skirmish. On An Error. The base ball team playing Central College at Richmond last Saturday, was not Ky. Wesleyan, but the Winchester Athletic Club; no college boys in it. c present rules oi uesieyan oonege by its College Beard of Curator do not allow it student to play match games outside of the city with other colleges. "VVe are informed that it is contemplated Competitive Drill. to suspend contests ' also with visiting On C U. campus Friday, May 29th, teams, and that this will come before the cadets will have their annual compe- - the Board of Curators at next meeting ' tftive drill, at 5 o'clock p tn. here in June. It is claimed by some Heretofore these exhibitions have been that even the contests with visiting free. This time a small fee will b$ teams here with the Wesleyan team, it is charged. Proceeds will go toword buy .disadvantage to the student and should Winchester ing the meilal. Last year the medal therefore be jtrohibited. money was made up by contribution. Democrat. 7,2813 PORK, l$9 No one in ordinary health need be50,l) W) b,5w) tO g come bald or gray, if he will follow sen88 Sgg 1219 sible treatment. We advise cleanliness of the scalp aud the use of Hall's Htir be glad with our products- Espe 3,iS 17 serve Aents). Country Bacon, 50 cially pieaseu to near troiu country mer- - Due from State Banks and bankers 9,351 62 Ren ewer. Due from approed reserve agents. Bacon, cnants. 3,900 00 Notes of other National Banks When the fiair has fallen out, leaving Fractional pa per currency, nickels, White Country Ross, 19 82 and cent. the head bald, if the scalp is not shiny, 49 Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, RicnMOSD, Ky. City there is a chance of regaining the In.ir 11,300 00 Specie Lard, Sausage. Notes condition of by using Hall's' Hair Renew er. REPORT of theBank. No. the Fnrmersl, Lewd Tenderfund with U.S. 15 00 15.SW 00 MOST PERFECT MADE. Treas1JU0 ui Redemption per cent, of circulation)- 259 00 BEST MEATS THE MARKETS AFFORD. Kentucky, at the close in urer (o A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Ayer's Pills are recommended by lead- ui uusmesslue biate olisvu. .uuy m, from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant ing physicians and druggists, as the meet SlOOSl 37 RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. prompt and efficient remedy for bilious- Loads and discounts ... ... 275,9"3 37 Capital stock paid 5200,000 00 ness, nausea, costiveness, indigesticn, Overdraft., secured aud unsecured, y.217 53 surplus U. S. Bimds to secure circulation. 50,WO 00 Undivided profits, less expenses At the Fasig horse sale, New York, sluggishness of the liver, jaundice, and Mocks, securities, etc 100 00 3,719 50 aud lilies paid -Clorinne 2U3 sold for $1,050; May sick headache; also, to reli colds, Banking Mouse, furniture, aud 6,500 00 National Bank notes outstanding-- . l3,0UO(M nxiuies 1,711 W Due to other National Banks Due from Kutiouul Banks (not Rewood 1:15, sold for $710. Next to Richmond National Mask 6 30 ! fevers, neuralgia, and rhenmati-m- . Due to State Banks and Hunkers. .. serve Agents) 1,661 46 Indiviauuldeposltssubjecttoeheck. 82 Main St. Telephone 51. U8, Due from a tale Hanks and bankers M50 Rebertson farmers are abusing Bradley As the strength of a building depends bue from approved reserve agents 4.6U7 17 .SW0.2M 37 Douglas & Smith. because the cut wonrisare troubling them upon the solidity of its foundation, so Checks and other cash lteins.. lt25 Totai. Notes Ot oilier Natiounl Banks 2,625 00 STATE OF KENTUCKY.),, contrary to his promise that they should' health depends upon the condition of Fracttoual paper currency, nickels, f0-0- County of Majjison', . and 27 73 not do so. I, J. E. Greenltnf, Ca.sb.ier, of the above-name- d the blood. To expel impurities and Lawful cents.... Reserve ...iu ISauk, Money D3NTAL STJP.G32.T. bank, do solemnly swear that the viz; J. Wat6on Hildrcth, the New York, .chump the vital fluid to become vigorous bpecle above statement is true to the best of my 11,920 00 11.920 00 knowledge and belief. Ayer's SsreapariUa is t?e Redemption fand with U. S. Treashoy traiu wfecker, "goes to the peniten- and J. E. Giiee.vi.kaf, Cashier. urer (o per cent, of circulation) most powerful and effective medicine in Due from U. S. Treasurer, other 250 00 Subscribed and sworn to before me this DR. A. WILKES SMITH, tiary for life. than 5 percent redemption fund... 250 Ulh day of May, 1S. use DENTAL SURGEON, Jjfo. V. Ckooke, Jk., Notary Public Totai, . . 1365,196 Hi Kbktwcici Don't bolt your food, it irritates your Richmond. Corkzct Attest : LIABILITIES. J. W. CAPERTON, ) Choose digestible food and Capital stock paid In stomach. $150,000 00 I. SHELBY I RVJNE. Directors. Biggerstaff, Lizzie Blaudford, T. T. 30,UUU 00 J chew it. Indigestion is a dangerous Surplus G. W. PICKELS. Orrtcs Smith butWinr, Main Street. Ofice Undivided profits, lev exDenses Broaddus, T R Mikuess- - Propercare prevents it. Shaker betm.o:oo to ta M. ; 1:00 to 4 P. M. unu taxes paiu 7.572 30 rtPractice limited to dentistry. 15,000 00 Campbell, Hattie Chenault. Callie Digestive Cordial cures it. That is tie National Bank notes outandin ! z,jj r-Due to other Naiional Bai.ks 1.1S3 Day, W M Dunn, Schuyler long and short of indigestion. Now t le One to State Banks am! bankers Kant" Individual deposits subject to check 112,100 90 j. a. y At as. J.C MORGAN. 18,500 00 question is: Have you got indigestioli? Notes and bills rtdiscouuted Grimes, Mary Gilbert, Mary MORGAN & YATES, Yes, if yon have pain or discomfort after Total Glispie Maggie . 5,196 18 ) eating, headache, dizziness, nausea, offie 0F KENTUCKY, DENTISTS, s-&1A1.E. Huguely, Pora. Harris, Ilarriette Conllty ot Madison f breath, heartburn langour, weakKentwcky. Richmond, I,S. S. Parkes, Cushierof the above-name- d Idoe. P H ness, fever, jaundice, flatulence, loss vi bank do solemnly swear that the above Is true Jackson, L D appetite, irritability, constipation, etc. statement belief. to the best of my knowledge and Offick Main Street, over Maduoa XatioBa: King, W C Bank. 8. H. PARKES, Cashier. To cure it, Yes, you have indigestion sworn to before me this 12th subscribed BEST MADE .... Lane, Katie Lay. Rebeca take Shaker Digestive Cordial. The day of May, and 1896. Unique, efficient, labor savinc. "Will J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. S. P. Deatiiekage, Notary Public medicinal herbs and plants of wbich Miller, Harvey Mehone. John sprinkle 4 times greater area than Shaker Digestive Cordial is composi-d- , Cobkect a Attest: "Miller, Myria Miles Frank F. BURNAM, any others. Highest award at the Richmond, Krntucky. D. P. ARMER. Directors. help to digest the food in your stomach ; Moore, Louisa Chicago Exposition. JAMEs BENNETT, help to strengthen your stomach. When work a jpeeiaHy. OSce Crown and hridge Nebleck, Etney .Noland, Nath The "Little Giant" Tbavelixg Lawn over Wallace & KlcerMain street. Ofice hours 9 is strong, care will keep it f your stomach of the condition of the Second Srrti.NKi.ER is an ingenious, efficient, and a,nbi m.. 1 to 4 p. m. tj-- a Protlee, Elizabeth National Bank, No. 2371, at Rich- wonderful machine. Under an ordinary so. Shaker Digestive Cordial Cordial is Scarbrough, Fanny mond, in i bentate ot Kentucky, ttt the close water pressure of 30 pounds or upwards Sherer, Jonn for sale by druggists, price 10 centsito , t business, May 7th, 1S98 it will drag 100 feet of garden hose and Turner, Eva. S1.00 per bottle. propel itself slowly and continuously in WELBY V. BURGHS', RESOURCES. Wacalaster, S B Walker, Dick $375,763 65 either a straight line or a circle of any Loans and DENTIST, Just now everybody is beginning to Overdrafts, dlsconntSi....... 17,327 90 desired diameter, while ita speed may be secured and unsecured.. Walker, Fled 50,000 00 Medicine. Aud it is a good U. S. Bonds to secure ctrculaticn take a Spring - - - Kentucky varied at will Irom lo to 000 leet per Richmond, B. Willis, P. M. J, thing tQ do provided you take Simmr, ns Other real estate and mortgaged S6,0t0 00 nour. owmu, By means of a fijnired dial plate it Office OTer Chenault' jrocery. No. 16 Second Liver Regulator tho best Spring Meai- - Due from National danks (not reDeafness Cannot "be Cured serve agents)-...- .. 526 37 may ty be set to travel any desired dis Street. Due from State banks and bunkers 3 00 by local applications, as they cannot cine. It's a sluggish liver that clogs the Due from npproved reserve agents. 9 13 97 tance. A moment sumces to chance its 13 21 speed from the highest to the lowest rearh the diseased portion of the ear. system and makes bad blood. A dose a Checks and other cash Items 650 00 Notes of other National Bank.s and it may be gauged to distribute a TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Offlee, There is only one way to cure deafness, day of Simmons Liver -- Regulator v.'ill Fractional i aper currency, ulcktls Architect, Washington, ana ceuis. 273 spray ellectively over a swartn varying D. C. April 1896. Sealed Proposal? and that is by constitutional remedies. make a new man out ot you; and a new Lawful money .Reserve iu Batik, in width Irom o to oO feet, while by sim- will be received at this office UHtil 2 Deafness is caused bv an inflamed con woman too. Look at the Red Z oa the viz: ply throwing it out of cear it is instantly . 11,500 00 Specie o'clock p. m. on the 21st day of May dition of the mucous lining of the Ens package. It is Simmons Liver Regulator Legal Tender Note- s7.500 00 19,000 00 converted into a stationary sprinkler 1SD6, and opened immediately thereafter, Redemption Xuud with U. S. Treasot exceptional eiticiencv. tachian Tube. When this tube jj'Jtfi you waut. KMay 19, 1896. 1,700 00 urer (5 per cent of circulation.) The propelling force is supplied by for all the labor and materials required .Coheected Weekly. Somerset is the1 county seat of Pulaski inflamed vou have a rumbling sound or Your Physical Condition pressure ot water in tlie arms for the completion of the super . $510,890 M DacK Totai. causing them to revolve with force and structure, interior finish, plumbing, Ac, 10 to 12Jc lb comity a county w Inch furnished nearly imperfect bearing, and when it is entireButter. LIABILITIES. Neetls attention at this time- - If 3t)U U. S. Post Office building at $200,000 00 rapidity while at the same time they of the doz 2,000 soldiers to the Union cause, and is ly closed Deafness is the result, and un- are tit'ed, weak and nervous, it is clear Capital stock paid In. ....... Egg) RICHMOND, KY., in accordance with - less -- exceuses 10,000 00 throw out a tine spray or mist. surplus iunu. . 5c lb within eiht miles of the historic battle- less the inflammation can be taken out Chickens (live) Body of sprinkler made of iron the drawings and specifications, copies that your blood is impure, anil without Undivided nrofUs. .. and taxes putd 3,fll 53 10c lb field of Mill Sprinjrs. near wlrieli is lo- and this tube Testored toitsnorm'al conChli ikens (dressed) Bunk notes outstanding- -. 45,000 00 "painted." Arms and standard made of ot which may be had at this ofliee or the doubt there has been too much over- National 1,36S 71 brass "nickel plated." to other National Bbdy, 20 inches office of the Superintendent at Richmond, 5c lb cated a National Cemetery containing dition, hearing will be destroyed for- work or strain on brain and body, ijhe Due to State Batiks andBanks...... Ducks (live) 1,718 77 Due bunkers-.Ky. Each bid must be accompanied hy 10c lb t the graves of nearly 1 00? Union Soldiers. ever; nine cases out oLten are caused Individual deposits subject to check 115,797 55 long, 15 inches wide over all. Wheels, a certified check for a sumjiot less than Duijk8 (dressed) for such a condition Time certificates of deposit-course 7,jo Vb 10 inches diameter. Height of tip of inBnrnside, on the Cumberland Hiver, by catarrh which is nothing;but an 10 to 121c lb, per cent of the amount of the proposal. Cheese .. &.j5 22 arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, 40 is plain and simple. The blood njust Notes and bills surThe light is reserved to rejeet anv or ail 8Jc lb formerly called Point Burnside, held by flamed condition of Laril i , pounds. ., . first be purified so that the nervous $510,899 S6 fsTotal mtortnan-tr. . . . 20e lb the Federal soldiers as a stragetic point faces. The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received bida or to waive anv tletect or deemed v Beeiwax tern, and in fact all the organs will be STATE OF KENTUCKY. in any bid, should it be in highest award at the "World's ColumCO0JTTY OF MAB1SON, J00' the We will give One Hundred Dollars for . $2.50c lb , during the war, is also within six miles" Ginseng the interest of the Government to do so. fed upon, pure blood. Intelligent ped pie T, R. E. Turley, Cashier of the above-nam- ed bian Exposition, Chicago. r f ,l(!c nlnut 10 v 11. case of Deafness (caused TVy catarrh) f anv IO.h j 1U V .1 All proposals received aiter the time Wobl (No'l) "t MMCJ I4iu.i. bunk, do Mileimilv swear that the witboutnuuiber have testified that the i (FBEIGHT PAID.) above statement Is true to Ihe best'ot my t PRRIGE, $15.00. stated for opening will be returned to the . 7 to Scjb . The people of Somerset extend to you thatcanuot be cured by Hall's Qatarrh .Burjry and Cott . '. best blood purifier, nerve tonic ud knowledge and belief. ( bidders-- Proposals must be enclosed m . 3 to 3jo lb a cordial invitation to bp present and ps- - Cure. Send furcirculais, free. Grft.i hides . . -R.E.TUULEY,Cn.sliler. t strength imparling medicine, is Hoi M'a d and" marked "PRO-PUSA- L envelopes, LSTEEEUSMiJCFiaUEUSCO, , Toledo, d. . . f to Gc lb sure you every attention will be extend-F. J. CiiEKKV & Co.-Dryjjiides e', for'the Completion of the Nervousness, Joss ot p Cell I auunuiiuvu uuu awuiu wuciuro ny nus iiu, Sarsaparilla. E!e Aesti wl XuiTictirerj, -May. 189S. . day . . . 32c lb ed to make your stay plfasaht. ... .. .. . .. Interior Finish, Plumbing .- Sold by Druggets, 75e. Feathers (new) . . general uebilky all vanish w. lea , - of j so. ... .. and SmJCflELD. H& w,jooK, j k., notary t Ac . of the XI. 5. Post QilieeatRichaioud, James Boston, P AiMK 1BIW Trflj j WRi f Attets: Sweet Potato, plants, old4asbioned ;red Hood's Sareapasilla k persieteMly Utc (m Coresct KKy.."andddressedto W LLLIAM MAR-T1- S Chairman. - U. BALLARD, was. . Ilolmes, AIJCEX4&pCTiMiJ& Architect. jpBTtja w aew ia operation at reK- for sale cheap by Mrs, E. 0. PfHteRiTa- - m a word, health, and b&pputttg fojwrw' "WiiX Q CURD. D.W.1KVINS, 4t bariged at Philadelphia. KHJU Mftor ol Vhtuxx. doc I itfter UkjiiK Hoods SarsapriU. EQond w becroary, b at length upon the advantages of stand ard time. The justices listened attena valetudinarian. Respectfully," &c. tively and appreciated his argument. A Everybody looked at everybody else 'Ote was taken and thereupon the suband nobody said anything. Court pro- joined order was entered of record: ceedings came to a painful standstill. "On motion of Col. J. W. Caperton, orFinally the venerable presiding officer dered that Squire D P. Anner. 'clock said if the petitioner meant any disre- doctor' change the time of the clock on spect to the court he would send him to the court house from solar or sun time jail ; that the judge of the circuit court to standard time; and said clock be kept at Danville had jailed a person for writ- in standard time until further order of ing insulting letters to the court, aud he this court." should follow the precedent if the jusAt 8 o'clock Saturday morning the tices thought any harm was intended clock was set back 22 minutes, and Squire United States Coyle remarked standard time was inaugurated. that if the fellow was afraid that the proImmediately Central University, Caldposed free and unlimited turnpikes well High School, Madison Institute, would iucrease his taxes, he would as- Myers' and Zaring's mills, ice factory, sure him that such was not the case, anil steam laundry, tobacco factory, post of should vote against releasing him. Hce, internal revenue office Ci.nux and Squire Jake White told them that they Register offices, the four national banks, were on the wroug track, both the Madison Monumental work", Ky. Car officer and the Justice from Berea, riage Works. Water it Light Co.. and a mathat valetudinarian was a brand of Licy jority of the merchants and other percle; that the fellow was spending h s sons adopted standard time. time riding the bike, and had neither On Monday morning Major Curtis F. money nor inclination to pay taxes ; ami Hurnam appeared before the Fiscal court that the bike had ruined the price of aud explained the necessity for the adophorses, and he thought they should be tion by the county and other public offsuppressed. Squire Anner attempted to of standard time, whereupon the explain that Squire White was wrong; icers following order was entered of record : that the petioner was tired of paying "On moiion of Major C F. Burnam it taxes to run a town clock that woulin'i is ordered that the order made by this carry standard time, and he didn't blame court directing the court house clock to him; but to pass the petition till next according to he hereafter regulated day and a motion to adopt standard time standard time be so amended as to make would be made in court, aud the peti said order operative in all parts of the tioner would then withdraw his petition. county, requiring the officers of election Squire Elsie Million said he had heaid to conform to said rules in the opening photogia-pherthere was one of those and closing of the polls, and upon all in town and he thought it a good such other officers in the discharge and idea to have the in'ards of the petitioner administration of Mich official duties as photographed and see first what was in are required by law." him. Squire Coy here scored a strong The fiscal court has done the county point He 6aid that the pa&t two or a service of great value thre weeks he had noticed a good many men acting strangely, being under th. Awarded influence of what they termed "bimetal-ism,- " Highest Honors World's Fair, or free silver, which affected the patients something like pink-ey- e in horses, that would soon yield to proper treatmeut and that he thought the petition should go unnoticed for the present. Squire Wei Is said that some of his neighbors had what was known out there as "True Democracy" gout, but it was not fatal. Squire Metcalf said he belie.ve-the petitioner wasitrneed of local option more than any thing else. Squire Land moved to refer the question to the county attorney, and that settled it. pn-sidiX-ra- all kinds of Sewing Machine The old man who looks out at the w orld &c. at The Singer Office, with with clear and healthy eyes cannot help Mrs. Laura Maun, 124 East Main St., feeling great gratification at the thought 49-5-2 Richmond, Ky. that his children have inherited from him no weakness nor tendency to disease. A tire is to shoulder your wheel, walk 17-- miles to a repair You May Never be Wealthy, The healthy old man is the man who has shop WAIT while the puncture is being repaired 50ets But you can be healthy. Constipation throughout his life kept his digestion per hour per wait it wont take many hours. causes two-thirof all the diseases of good and his blood pure Not one in a humanity. Violent cathartics may re- thousand does do it. Germs go through sSSS ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss m a lieve you. They never cure. What you the healthy body without effect. Let ?i need is Wright's Celery Capsules. They IF your tire is a "G. A J." them once find lodgment or let them find cure Constipation, Sick Headache. Liver a weak spot, they will develop by tfee just discount, reaov the and Kidney trouble Why? Became million and the blood will be fuU- -f outer cover for a few i&eirtB at they are Nature's Harmless Remedies them. Instead of giving strength to the the puncture, stick ob a liUie and yon get 100 days' constitutional tissues, it will force upon them innutri-tiou- s patch. If you are weary jaet treatment at a cost of lea day or 14 weel.s matter, and the man will lose flesh for $1.00. Cure guaranteed by bankable and the more susceptible ask a small boy to do it for yoa he isto disease. paper in every $1 cox. Sold by Dr. Pieree's Golden Medical Discovery he will enjoy it. T. S. Hagan. is the only medicine that absolutely aud For every quarter in a man's pocket infallibly cures all blood disease, and al- '$sssss$ssssssss$$sssss$sssssssss$ . 1Z. S.CTWJX'r there are a dozen uses; and to use each most all diseases are blood diseases. It one in such a way as to derive the great- isn't a medicine for some one particular disease. It is a medicine for est benefit is a qdestion every one mat the whole body. It forces out all the solve for himself. We believe, however, that no belter use could be made of ore germs of disease, and replaces impurities of these quarters than to exchange it for with rich, red blood. A A A a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera D. P. Armer is receiving his spring I I I I I Remedy, a medicine that stock of Jewelry and Novelties, some and Diarrhcae 9 every family should be provided with. thing entirely new. The latest fads in For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelMr. D. P. Davis, a prominent livery- ties and in fact anything you may want man and merchant of Goshen Va., has in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail " 18- this to say on the subject of rheumatism; to see them. "I take pleasure in recommending ChamNew Barber Shop! KJKJKJXJV, berlain's Pain Balm for rheumatism, as 1 M. M. Dickerson, at 203 West Main, A know from personal experience that it uwet to Hagan's. t New furniture, sharp c Slirkoe Cl.X J. will do all that is claimed for it. A year razors, clean first-clatowels, barbers, ago this spring my brother was laid up newly papered room, new linoleum. Prihft p. in bed with inflammatory rheumatism ces same as before, 1 Call and see. and suffered intense!'. The first appliWhen Nature cation of Chamberlain's Pain Balm eased the pain and the use of one bottle Needs assistance it may be best to render comDletely cured him. For sale ty it promptly, but one should remember to Hagans Pharmacy. use even the most perfect remedies only wnen neeuea. ine nest anu most simDEE The New Higbarm Singer Mi-chi- ple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of before buying. Sold everyFigs, manufactured by the California where on easy payments. Old machines Fig Syrup Company. taken in exchange Enquire for Singijr 49-5- 2 Don't miss seeing those fine silver agent at Singer office inlaid spoons at D. P. Armer's, warranted ) for 25 years and cheap. 45 0NEWAYT0REPA Rambler i M Bicycles. . GR6KT I G.&J.TIRE. I sacsOsro, ed 'SvS3SS?S?'SnS J jU U UU OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE CLOTHING, DRY , ss onrl 3 KXVO H,ni,nichinn vwwo mnof muou UllllClUUg nspn nnt. nt. C-cr- 48-5- : Ht AND t i SALE Our i j PRICES ! y s DR ilake Yourself Stronjj If you would resist pneumonia, bronchi Very True, but It Kills All Pain. tis, typhoid fever and persistent coughs Sold Everywhere. Every Day and colds. These ills attack the weak Without Relief, There is No Pay. and run down the system. They can find no foothold where the blood is kept - How to Treat a Wife. pure, rich and full of vitality, the appetite good and digestion vigorous, with (From Pacific Health Journal.) patient. Hood's Sarsaparilla, tlu one true blood First, gel a wife; second, be You may have great trials and perplexi- purifier. Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipa ties in your business, but do not theretion, biliousness, jaundice, sick head confore, carry to your home a cloudy or tracted brow. Your wife may have ache. trials, which, though of less magnitude, may be hard for her to bear. A kird word, a teuder look, will do wonders jn chasing from her brow all clouds of gloom. To this we would add always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house. It is the best arid is sure to be needed sooner or later. Our factory on Laurel Street in Rich mond is now running, and we are You will then know that you really prepared to fill orders for twist of the care for her and wish to protect liar health. For sale bv Hagans Pharmacy. Milfl flf HiVlimnnil " Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Namel Come and get bargains. is now going on. sale MilliflertJ at Great Bar4aii)s. HENRY - KLEIN - 2 -- SON. oin linm iu mHin si J niPnurum oiivLci. iMunmunu. cn-nr- SMS3&MAM5to?&2 DR. ROOT ii. vv m .! COTTON SUPPLY THE TRADE RUST'S lEHHYROYAL always reliable and alwdjaaskforDr Rus- - a Pennyroyal Fomalo rail and ceycr lnlura. tl the Gheatist Discovery of HILLS urcss oq receipt or (INJECTION. I e.Cures tn 1 to days. Imme diate in eSeet: qnlei to eur. Genuine A positive preventive. Can be ..iff T.ailit&! carried In vest p. set. all ran- Cotton Root and aiMresi nerer p!eto m one small package. Mailed ts nil Tner Mailed toany ad on receipt oi $1 bj Sl.OO 1T The Kuat Medicine Co, St. Paul. Minn. Original aail puhj THE ACE; miu -t aj m Go to D. P Armer's to have your school medals made. He will furnit.h them better and cheaper than you am 46 get them any place else- - m H .. wi i.miuiVM; n V, n U, m Hi. CHEAM BAMN6 RESOURCES. . Loan and Discounts secured and unsecured 0erdrafts, U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. Premiuinaon U. Ss. Bonds Brands, three grades. We can save you BauRtng house, furniture and money. Send us a trial order; you will Daefixtures from NationalBtinks (not Re- 8tM i of the condition ol the n kk, Xo 1110, at Kich- moiul. In the Slate of Keutuck), Ht the of busiuess, May 7, IbW. cloe REPORT al DOUGLAS & SMITH, MUTTON, VEAL, FISH, && "Pw Juki" I 238,87 24 BEEF, 0 Breakfast Ham, Ham, Kicli-raoin- Tota..... v ..... .. ln. rund.... Prompt Delivery, life-givin- g, LIST OF LETTERS fuud.... .... -.- J- ... ()! "Mi S) ve ii WrMTFR it :th. ....... ...5c ... . -- i -- ...... .... 1- -u. .... -- - : 1 r- I Super-btrnctur- W.T-.TBV1- x r . c r 5 tf- I KENTUCKY NEWS. LEFT A FORTUNE ,rhe Latest Ktw From All Part of tbft Commouwealtb. TO THE ASYLUM Goes llUi Surah Cecil, Proteitlnr Her Sanity to the LmiU D.Uvii.r.E, Kv--. May 1L Tho Sarah Cecil lunacy inquest, in which there has been such widespread interest, terminated by the defendant being ordered to the lunatic asylum at Lexington. She will be given every comfort that wealth can procure. The jury returned the verdict after 50 minutes' deliberation, and Miss Cecil received the decision with the same composure tbntas marked her conduct during the entire trial. The lawyers made no arguments on either side, but Miss Cecil wound up the trial with a rather lengthy statement, in which she talked plainly and calmly about her case, and denied that the had been givn a fair triuL Regarding the written churges she made against prominent ladies and gentlemen, she said she could prove and they could ue if they wished to do so. To a Man Murdered Lust Christmas Goes to Ills Children. Padtjcah, Ky., May 9. Captain Collins received a letter Friday from Isabella Richards, of Louisville, making inquiry as to the whereabouts of the widow of Ed Swinney, alias Klippert, who was mysteriously stabbed in Maiden alley last Christmas-ev- e night. The letter stated that an aunt of the murdered man had recently died in Louisville and left a large estate. The estate had been beSwinney is queathed to Swinney. originally from Louisville, and came here with his mother and stepfather. He left a wife, Mrs. Teny Swinney, and two children. The large estate bequeathed by his aunt in Louisville will fall to his two children. His death left his wife' and children in almost destitute circumstances. COL. SILAS ADAMS' FUNERAL. The llnrlal at Flailing Creek Witnessed My Many People. Middlebuug, Ky., May 9. The remains of Silas Adams, who died at his home in Liberty of typhoid-pneumonia, thi, Children Rencuml With Dimmlty. Ga.mmiei.i.svii.i.k, Ky., May 1L The large frame dwelling of 'Squire George Lee, situated on the Colum bin turnpike, near the Adair couuty line, was entirely destroyed by fire. The fire originated in the a tic from a defective kitchen flue. Before discovery the blaze was well under way, and the upper rooms, in ooe of which two of Mr. Lee's chil dren were sleeping, were filled with' Mseke. It wat borne time before the children could be found, and they were rescued with difficulty, so dense was the smoke. They wore nearly suffo- were interred ia Fishing Creek cemetery, six miles south of here. The burial was witnessed by one of the largest crowds seen in this county for many years. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. Q. Montgomery and J. S. Taylor. Remarks were made by Capt. S. M. Boone and Judge Denton, of Somerset, as to the war career of the deceased. Col. Adams was first lieutenant in the First Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry, and was buried with G. A. R. ceremonies 9. John Little, a horseman from Chicago, while suffering from delirium tremens, leaped window in the Richfrom a third-stor- y elieu hotel Friday afternoon, fracturing his skull and breaking eight ribs. He was taken to the- city hospital, where he lingered till midnight. He was familiarly known as "Punch" Little, and was popular among horsemen all over the country. cated. Hon. .lame A. Itarnen Married. OWIN9SVIU.E, Ky., May 11. Hon. James A. Harnes, representative in the legislature from Hath and Rowan coun- Louisville, Ky., May Leaped to Death. ties, having perfectly recovered from the deafness with which he was suddenly stricken a few weeks ago, stole a march on his friends and was quietly married to Miss Leon a Gault, of this place. Mr. llarnes' wife is a popular teacher in the public schools. Oldest 1'nlr of Tuins In Kentucky. JACKSox.Ky., May 11. John II. Goff. of Clark eounty, and Thomas J. Goff, of Hoiirbon county, who are. perhaps, the oldest pair of twins in the state, celebrated their 75th anniversary Friday. 5oth of the old gentlemen have led very active farmer lives, are the fathers of large families, and are hale and hearty as they turn into the last quarter of their century. Mnrinn French Shot and Killed. Jacksox, Ky., May 1L Sew has just reached town that Marion French, son of B. F. French, the noted leader in French-Eversol- Frankfort, Ky., May 9. ley Friday morning pardoned One Tardon Out of Forty-thre- e Cases. Gov. Brad- Wren, a convict from Bourbon county, serving a life sentence for the murder of a man named Ross. He rejected applications for pardon in 43 other cases. In the rejected applications several were in felony cases, but a majority were misdemeanors. They are Divided. Greexi'P, Ky., Kay 9. The county John II. democratic convention has been called to meet here Saturday, May SO. to choose delegates to attend the state convention, at Lexington. e war, was shot and democratic is divided on the money the This county killed on the streets of Ilindinan by question, but it is thought the deleJohn Roberts. Iloth of the partici- gates will go instructed for siver. pants are Breathitt county boys, and i An Offer for Hen Kder. their trouble has no connection with Ky., May 9. Mr. Dwyer Louisville, the old mountain feud was so impressed with Ben Eder's good Wanted to 3Ioh Keefe. IjOUISVILLK, Ky., May 11. Many ol race in the derby that he has offered S7,500 for the colt the fans who attended Sunday's games William McGuigan The latter is thinking over the matter between Brooklyn and Louisville were dissatisfied with several of Umpire and may possibly accept the offer. ltohbed the Store. Keefe's decisions, and would have Louisa, Ky., May 9. Thieves broke mobbed him after the game had it not eea for police interference. lie was into L. P. Watson's store, at Ratcliff, conducted to his hotel by six police- at noon while the clerk was at dinner and stole all the money they could find. men. James Cummings was arrested and the Prof. M. C. Mnrion lindens. Jacksox, Ky., May 11. Prof. M. C officers are after Charles Pink. Marion, who for a number of years has Wants 1,000 Damages. been teacher of raathmatics in the HorKixsviLLE, Ky., May 9. Thomas Jackson Collegiate institute of this Naughton filed suit Friday for S1.O00 place, has resigned his position tc damages against Dr. Stanley, physician take effect at the close of the present at the Western lunatic asylum who year. was fined Thursday for having beaten Naughton up on the street. ltarn ISttrxicru at Work. Vaxckbukg, Ky., May 1L Some one Rivals riKht Over a Girl. et fire to the barn belonging to SoCrittexdex, Ky., May 9. Friday crates Bivans. It was soon a mass of evening about 5 o'clock Albert Arnold flames. A fine stallion perished and a and Kerb Dycc fell out over a girl, large amount of grain and machinery with whom Arnold was keeping comburned pany, and Dyce was dangerously cut 1 J BODY FOUND. JAIL EMPTY. KetBarkable Feature of- the Drowning at Wilt the Lunacy Case of Hint Sarah, Cecil All the FrUonera nt Vanctibnrg. Ky., Mako the Two De Camps, of DellCTUC, Ky. Their Rscape. Be Tried. Covington, Ky., May 5. The Vabcebubo, Ky.. May 1. The Vance-bur- g DJjrvm.E, Ky., May 6. The inquest of Charles De Camp, jr., were mornjail was for lunacy in the case- of Miss Sarah recovered Sunday afternoon at BromCecil was begun in the circuit court ing, the five prisoners having escaped ley, Ky., and were removed to DonTueiday morning before Special Judge at 2 a. m. They were all in one cell, and pried nelly's undertaking establishment, on K. G Warren, XV. 0. Goodie and Judge Madison avenue, Covington, where George Denny appearing- for the de- off a square of .the iron sheeting, next they were identified by an elder brothfense and County Attorney Harding the fine that penetrates the upper ceiler. The funeral services were held nt ing. for the state. 1:30 p. ra. Monday and the remains inThey then set fire to the cross timAtout two hundred witnesses were summoned from among the prominent bers with their quilts, and burned out ferred by the side of his father, who people of the community, many of a holo 14 inches square, through which vas drowned with him about two they reached the attic, They then weeks ago. these- being leading ladies. Rather a remarkable coincident is On motion of Judge Denny the court pried off the board under the eaves They noticeable in the case. Memorial serv-ceruled that the trial should be private. and jumped to the ground. as previously arranged, were held seemed to have taken separate direcPROVED FATAL. at Calvary M. E. church, BeUevue, for tions. Night Watchman Frank Phillips met the father and son the morning of the WlllUm Blair Dies From an Accidental one on his beat at the railroad crossing la7 the remains of the son were found. Scratch on the Ankle. Wihtesbcbg, Ky., May 6. William on Market street, and shot at him five The body of the father was, it will be Ij. Blair, residing four miles from this times. The names of the prisoners and remembered, recovered several days place, while riding home from church, their offenses are as follows: J. R. ago. Parr and lliomas levin, for burglarizGOT TIRED OF IT. accidentally scratched his right ankle. Immediately after he ar- ing the Concord Mills; George W. Ben' Ephrlam Richardson Shoots and Danger, rived at his home the wound nett and Albert Bivan, for- - horsestealou'ly Wounded Ono of Ills Tormentors. began to inflame and bloo'd poisoning ing, and Adolph Davis, for grand Williamsburg, Ky., May 5. Ephra-iset in. Monday ho died. He was a The letter's wife is suspected of havRichardson shot Joseph Morgan at brother of County Attorney Robert not is Knot. Richardson Blair, of this place, and Hon. Sam ing furnished the piece of wagon tire Pine Blair, of the legislature and and blacksmith's punch, which assisted very bright, and for several days the young fellows in that neighlate candidate for railroad commis- them to escape. borhood had been in the habit of sioner from the Third distsict ON A STREET. CAR. shooting off their revolvers about his Katnr Dlackhurn for President. see he got Sensational Encounter In Which One Fraxkfort, Ky., May a The free A Person is Killed and Another Badly feet to this him jump. Aflastand protired of kind of treatment silver men of this county to the numWounded. d shotgun, and cured a ber of 250 met here and organized a Louisville, Ky., May 7. A sensa when Morgan tried him again he seized county bimetallic league and hope to tional encounter took place on a crowdsend ,i free silver delegation from this ed street car coming in from tho races the min and shot Morgan dancrerouslv. Good Man Gone. county. Resolutions were adopted fav- shortly after six o'clock Wednesday Whitesbcrg, Ky., May 5. Letcher oring Senator Joe Blackburn for presi- evening, by which one person was dent and saying that he is the political killed, another badly shot and many county and eastern Kentucky have lost one of their best citizens in the Moscii to lead tho people out ot the had narrow escapes. person of Mr. Wm. L. Blair, who gold jea. Henry Jones, a Negro, was arrested died at his home, two miles from Heavy Failure at Louisville. by private policeman Chas. Fales for this place. He was about forty-fiv- e Loosville, Ky., May 0. The gambling. Fales handcuffed the Negro years of age, and leaves a wife Title Co. made an as- to his own wrist and boarded a trolley eight children. He was a brother and oi signment Tuesday morning to J. & train of three cars bound in.. There Commonwealth's Attorney RobL Blair, Ray. The liabilities are estimated at were 225 people on the three cars. The Without warning the Negro drew a re- of this place, and Dr. Samuel Blair, oi S209.COO, with assets of 250,01)0. Pineville, late candidate for railroad capite.1 stock is 5250,000, but it was not volver and began firing at Fales. Fales commissioner in the Third district. by foolishly returned the fire, the f usilade all paid up. The failure was caused Showing Than Hen Hrush. Detter injudicious investments in real estate. creating a panic in the cars which were Louisville, Ky., May 5. Ben Brush's promptly stopped. Sllter Discovered Sear 1'adnrah. an was a mile Papucaii, Ky., May C Considerable Fales and Jones were removed to the final derby trial ne was all outand the in at excitement has been created in the city hospital where the Negro died eighth He l:6SJf. was ridden by Sims. Ulysses Clark's river bottoms by the discovery Wednesday night. Four bullets pierced end. worked a mile in VA2. McLean will A Black Hills' prospector the dress of Mrs. James Hi. Camp, wife of silver. have who is there thinks it may be found in of the manager of the Grand opera probably Loki's no representative in the work Monday morning quantities. one bullet went through tho derby. satisfactory, and house and paying was not he rim of Mr. Camp's hat and tore a hole ably not be sent to the post. will probThree Years for Shooting. C In the In the side of the car. Georoetowx, Ky., May Threaten to Strike. circuit court Tuesday Joe Alexander, INDICTMENTS. Louisville, Ky., May 5. A strike it colored, was sent to the penitentiary threatened among the Louisville playfor three years for shooting Conductor Not Only Poolroom People, Hut City Ofers. It is stated, and upon good auficials Will De Arrested. Ben Durham, of the Q. & C. road, last Covingtox, Ky., May 7. The special thority, that a movement is on foot December. to quit if McCloskey among grand jury which has been investiMcGunnlgal Offered the Management. is deposed. gating the west Covington poolrooms Louisville, Ky., May 0. B. McGun. MISS CECIL WAS COOL. indictments Wednesday nigal, of Brooklyn, manager of League found twoThe morning. first includes Chas. On Witness Stand Four nours Without pen-ateam of that cit3r when it won the Showing Systoms of Insanity. Bollinger, in 1890, has been offered tho man- room in proprietor of the poolDaxville, Ky., May 8. Counsel for Romanowitz hall, all agement of the Louisville club. the defense in the lunacy inquest over his employes and Mrs. Anna RomanoAn Old Grudge Causes a Shooting. witz, who owns the halL They are Miss Sarah Cecil placed her on tho Milleksburg, Ky., May 6. Police charged with maintaining and con- witness stand Thursday afterJudge Thornton shot at Chas. Patter- ducting a nuisance. Bollinger's bond noon, and she testified for four son, colored, at close range. Thornton was placed at 55,000, his employes' at hours with the utmost was jailed and put under bond. An S500 each and that of Mrs. Romanowitz; The verdict probably deold grudge was the cause. pends upon the manner in which she at 51,000. Another indictment returned charges stands the terrific Held for the Grand Jury. Lancaster, Ky., May 6. Tuesday all the city officials, including Mayor Friday morning. She said she had afternoon W. M. Denny, aged 19, was Moser and tlb city council, with mal- been anxious for the trial for years; held to await the action of the grand feasance in office. Their bonds are that the stories circulated as to her aljury for killing George Addison last fixed at S500 each. Bench warrants leged insanity had injured her, and she have been ordered for all the parties wanted it settled. She explained the Saturday night. indicted. Judge Perkins has not set libelous letters she had written by sayFatally Hurt by a Colt. were founded upon Ewig, Ky., May 6. Near Oakwoods the day for thebe trial, but it is under- ing the allegations personal knowledn-Astood there will a speedy triaL The rumors, not upon while leading a colt, the son of John Kacklers was fatally in- session of the grand jury was a special jured by the animal falling upon him. one and adjourned at noon Wednesday. THE MARKETS. Drowned In the Kentucky Klver. THIEVES AT THE DERBY. CiscisNATL May 9. EN CHAMBERS 1 V j - re-nal- khEBBN. fr MW1 Bv Wanted-- Sn Idea of same simple thUfttopaientr 1tectyourlde:thermy Wnsyoawe.ua. Sua UK oftwo hundred Inventions wanted. EsyrwuDTa-frthelFsiiw-prtM vr,io can thlnr oa FOR RENT 1III ) empty-Wednesda- y J H.NEFF&CG,' -- - - iWM Main Sold. csss f 26 THESTORE-HOU- E Now occupied r. (Opposite Glyndon.) Stxt. Country Produce Bought and door to D. P. A Jewelry Store, t Possessior once. lhe'Cvclone," . , s. Highest Cash Market Price Paid. .J.E GV. - m ran Beuzetta 4 Years Old 2:06i BRIDGEFORD'S i! at ECONOMIST RANGE, SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE Tll at . . . Online 4 2:04 Years Old. lar-cea- y. m double-barrele- iiH X. S PIOK Lakr: OF '- - THEM $k TiiDe Onward Full brother to "Sha.ielnnd On-vard- German-- American llATT WW THE LAR BEST " PIECE OF 2:18K (sire of Online 2:04, 'v Onward, 2:251 (sire of Benzetta, 2:0fii, and one hundred and eichteen others in the 2:30 list, fourteen of which are bettei than 2:15. 95 SOLD IN RICHMOND BY IflffllTDBrCCG EVER SOLD FOR Time Oxward's dntn was Nettie Time, (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:171, the invincible campaigner tiirotich the grand circuit in 1892.) by Mnmbrino Time, (full brother toLadyStont),bvManibrino Pa tch en. She was the best brood mare on record at 14 years of age, (the timeof her death,) having five sons in the 2:!0 list, three of them better than 2:19, two producing daughters and two more sons to take re cords. Timb Onward represents the popular Wilkes Patchen crot-s- , which is conceded to he the greatest mixture of blood j j Go and See,,, THE WOMAN CYCLIST. Rational dress is "no go" in Hydo TO STUDY CONVERSATION: Vienna the-player- s Dntlts to Ite Taught How to nt nine-year-o- ld at Highland Park, have assigned to the Fidelity Trust Co. No statement of sets and liabilities was made. as- Bros. & Co., extensive lumber dealers Locisville, Ky., May le. Gamble Financially Kml.arramed. Arnold is was burglarized. The safe was taken, together blown open and Sarah Cecil of Unnonnd Mind. with some merchandise. So clew to DAXVIU.K, Ky., May 1L The jury in the robbers. the Srah Cecil lunacy case, after being Sebrce, Ky., Darning. out one hocr. retured a verdict declarSebree, Ky., May 9. The entire ing Miss Cecil to be of unsound mind. south side of the business portion of Sebree was destroyed by fire Friday Will Sell at Oakley. Lksixstox, Ky., May 11. Applogate night. The loss now is estimated at &10.000, and the fire still raging. & McMeekin and Milton Young will sell their thoroughbred yearlings this New Telephone Company. year at Oakley, June 96. Greexui1, Ky., May 9. A telephone company has been organized to connect StnWx-the Mamhal. Pajwcah, Ky., May 11. Marshal thg.towns of Graysou, Leon and Olive Jeece Walker, of Fulton, was stabbed Hill, Carter county, and Martinsburg, lv a Xegro at Fulton, and will proba- Elliott county. bly die. A llrldge at Jeckson. Jacksox, Ky., May 9. Citizens of this Will Wear Knglish Court Cnilunm. LoxDOX.May 11. The St. Petersburg town will vote on May 28 on the quescorrespondent of the Chronicle sajs. tion of issuing 510,000 in bonds to build "The United States government has a bridge acros's the Kentucky river at authorised American subjects on the thisrioint occasion of the coronation of the czar Ohio Wheat Crop Itullctln. to conform to the court costumes on the Columbus.O., May 9. The wheat crop lines recently adopted by the English bulletin for May, which was issued by court, but nothing must be worn defin- the state board of agriculture Friday, ing any official position. places the condition of the wheat crop Trial Trip of the Cruiser Ilrooklyn. in this state even lower than the, bulPmi.ADEl.vmA,May 1L The new gov- letin for the First of April. It was ernment cruiser Brooklyn left Cramp's then put at 57 per cent, of an average ship yard Saturday morning for her crop. Now it is put at only 55 per private builders' triaL She will pro- cent. The crop in this state can not ceed slowly down the Delaware river exceed half an ordinary yield as the and bay and anchor Sunday nighUin-sid- acreage h lower than usuaL the breakwater. On Monday she Engineer liadly bcalded. will have her trial at sen off the DelaSiielbyville, Ind., May-9-. The boilware capes. er in the engine room of Conrey, Bire-l- y Convicted on the Second Trial. & Co.s furniture factory exploded Omaha, Neb., May 1 , Henry Bolin, Friday morning, badly scalding Entreasurer, after a second trial, gineer John Delekamp. has been convicted of embezzling the Accidentally Shot Himself. bubs of $105,540 of public funds of the Hazel Greex. Ky., May 8. Vest city and school board of Omaha. Pun- Norman, a distiller of near here, shot ishment may be from one to 25 years himself accidentally with a Winchesand fine in the amount or double the ter ilfle. The bullet entered the left side, under the heart, and lodged amount of embezzlement. against the spine. The wound is conWm. B. GtAisTo.VK is not a humorist, but he recently remarked with a smile sidered fatal by the local physicians. that he would be out of the fashion en- Mr. Xorman came to Kentucky from tirety if he did not iearn to ride a bi- Tazewell, Va. , a short time ago. S'-S- 17, Dyce IS. General More ltohhed. Flemixosbuko, Ky., May 9. The general store of Day & Saunders, of Hills-borO o, d e ex-cit- y cycle. Were Dismissed. NiCuoLASvrLLE, Ky., May 8. George Goss and Harvey Patterson, the boys arrested by Detective White, of the Cincinnati Southern railroad, on the charge of placing an obstruction on The-Do- the track with intent to wreck a train, were dismissed by Judge Phillips Thnrsday. The boys denied confessing to the detective. Glabgow.Kj'., May 8. Myrtle Smith, a daughter of Jno. Smith, living near Edmunton, was accidentally shot in the side Thursday morning by her sister while the two children were . playing with their father's shotgun. The child is still alive, but it is thought she can not recover. ld fchot by Her Sinter. 1 eight-year-o- ld A CONFIDENTIAL CHAT between two men or women generally develops the fact that one or both are troubled by Mckncss of some kind. One man is all right except his rheumatism, another has a " sHght tonch " of dyspepsia, another has "bilious headaches, and another is too nervous te sleep welL What's to be'done about it? The situation is serious. Little things be ve a way of Retting big. Big diseases are bad things Sleeplessness brings irritable nerves, loss of flesh, loss of appetite. Sleepless people soon get their bodies into such a condition that disease-germ- s find it easy to lodge there and propagate. People die from '.he aggravation of an aggregation of little things. The more promptly a disease or dorder is met the more quickly it is cured. Most aH 6ckness starts ta the stomach, liter or lungs. Rheumatism, scrofula, eczema, consumption, come about because insufficient, impure or impoverished blood is vent. The diseased blood finds the wtikcsj spotti the body and a local symp-tr- n appears. If the impurity is supplanted wua good, rich, red, healthy corpuscles, - disease will have nothing to feed on. t.-the proper ciean'-inIt' medicine is sent to thereat of the trouble, it will force out the enu and repair i'iu. damage done. Dr. Tierce's Gulden Medical Discovery is Jglge. purifying medicine, a. blood enweher, a nerve strengthener, It is aa efficient tiraic, aidj digestion, creates healthy appetite end healthy flesh. It does not make people "fat." It makes l.jem strong ft makes useful flesh solid muscle. It will cure any sickness that has its source in the digestive organs, CT through them ja he bipod, Mt. Olivet, Ky., May & Miss Florence Wood, of this place, state secre tary of the Junior Prohibition league, ' bus received word from President Eck- ler, that the date of the state convention which was to have been held at illne Lick Springs, June 3, has been changed t to September 22. J j j Chance of Date. Fhaxkfobt, Ky., May 8. The court of appeals Thursday morning reversed the decision of the Kenton circuit court in the case of Bon. C. B. Simrall, of Covington, against John A. Williamson, of Cincinnati, regarding the transfer of some stock in the Cincinnati and Newport bridge. j A Little Boy Drowned. Booneville, Ky., May a The little son of William Eversole was drowned here. He and his brother ' were playing on some logs in the river when the little fellow fell into the water. His brother was unable to get him out. I 6even-year-ol- The Mmrall-IVUHams- on Case. d col ffUag Adams iJead. llouBTOXViLLE, Adams, colonel of the. Hi cavalry and bome, liberty, Kyi, of KyMay First Kentucky died at pOttMfcwi, name time place and for sucselecting a candidate to lyed Alter Terrible Suffering. HorKLWViLLE, Ky., May a Garfield ceed Chief Justice Pryor. No other Poindexter, aged 1C, died near Hern-do- candidate will be in the field and it is after several day sof terrible suf- altogether probable that the committee fering caused by having had his spinal will call a convention to be held either column fr.ictured by being thrown from at Lexington or Frankfort to declare Judge Pryor the nominee. It is pretty a Texas piny. well settled that Hon. A. K. Burnham, Dropped Dead. Ky., May 8. George M. of Madison county, will be the repubAshlaio), Carey, agd 26, dropped dead at More- - lican nominee. Boy Stabs Boy. head. Carey was a son of Owensboro, Ky., May a John Davla James Carey, deceased, stood ?7 inches fatally stabbed Thos. Greenwood at high and weighed nearly 200 pounds. Deanefield, near here, at 6 o'clock Thursday evening. Tho two are Fatal Fight for a Child. boys, tho sons of miners, IkdianapolI8, Ind., May a Joseph Lofton Thursday night attempted to and have been enemies for a long time. Davis called Greenwood from his yard regain possession of his child, and this led to a fight, in which and to his own front door, near by, Lofton's skull was fatally fractured bj soon after they had quit work this evening, and attacked him without Emanuel Flora, his father-in-laFlora was arrested. Lofton was re- warning. moved to the hospital in a dying conFishermen's Exciting Experience. dition. Hopkinsville, Ky.. May a J. T. Steven and T. G. Hiser, two young .Arretted on a Serious Charge. Brazil, Ind., May a William Big- Sinking Fork farmers, while fishing ger, a prominent stockbuyer, was ar- met with a serious accident. They rested Thursday on a charge of rob- took a nap, and when they awoke their bing W. E. Jones & Son's packing bedding and clothing had caught fire. bouse systematically. It is alleged The fire was finally extinguished by he was caught stealing hides last some friends, who were near, by and who heard their screams. Both young week. men were badly burned. Ax obelhik, comprising the different Tough Character Killed. stones of the state of Pennbuilding Earlanger, Ky., May 5. AYhile resylvania, iii being erected on the campus at thelitate college. There will be sisting arrest here Theodore Noel, col168 varietus of stone-i- n the obelLsk. ored, was shot by .Night Policeman Cal Morgan and it will bo 20 feet high, surmounted Noel was and died shortly after. regarded as about the by a glacial bowlder. 0.he stones will worst character in the county and arrange)! in geolocical touence. le his death in this manner has been expected for several years. He had Ta Coin Double JRagles. Philadelphia, May 1L Tho presses been warned by the policemttn, to go at the Dni d States mint In this cifcy, homo sometime before the shooting, which hav i teen "stamping silver dol- but failed, to do so, and camefhack to eurrerL, lars yand subsidiary coin for twr the depot, where raoBths, w: 11 shortly also begin turning lae coroners .iury declared 3foean - T v i Intltfltirdt. 1 imt'iBM j WrKli WICS. n, ex-Judsixteen- Heavy Hauls Made by tho Llght-FlCerpd Gentry at Louisville. Louisville, Ky.. May 7. Thieves had more success at the races Thursday than on any opening day in the past 4 or 5 Geo. W. Smith Nominated for Congress. valua- Marion, I1L, May 6. At the conven- .years. The aggregate amount of Sfi.OOO. district re- bles and money stolen was fully tion of the Twenty-secon- d reported to publicans, held here Tuesday, Hon. A few of the many cases follows: the detectives are as P. George W. Smith, of Jackson county, G. of Carrollton, Winslow, Ky., was nominated without opposition for his fifth term in congress. XV. A Wall, 8100 diamond; Charles Robert, S250 of Pulaski county, was nominated for diamond: Attorney Aaron Kohn, $75 in cash member of the state board of equaliza- papers and 3,000 worth of valuable which can not be replaced; tion, defeating Jesse Bischop, the presClarence Parsons, S300; Edward Gray, ent incumbent. Resolutions indorsing $35; Biscoe Uindman, general manager McKinley for president and instructing of the New York Mutual Life Insurthe delegates to the national convention from this district to vote for him ance Co. for Kentucky and Tennessee, $350. Several arrests of noted crooks were adopted with much enthusiasm. were made, one being Ben Larkins.who is wanted in Indianapolis for robbing a Suspected of a Brutal Murder. 6. Harrison May Vasiiixgtox, man of $2,000. Hicks, a Negro, was arrested Tuesday Female Prisoner Liberated. morning suspected of the brutal murLexington, Ky., May 7. Henderson young girl Elsie Kregle, Jarvis, sheriff of Knox county, was met der of the near the Zoological park Mondaj-- after- here Wednesday night by Attorney noon. The police will not disclose Hayes, who had a pardon for Miss Sal-li- e what evidence they have against him, Bain, sentenced for one year for and the prisoner protests his ignorance shooting and wounding a Clay county of the affair. The inquest is expected man who was trying to break her door to throw some light upon the matter. down. The woman wept at being liberated. Transferring Salvation Army Property. Pardoned by the Governor. New York, May 0. The official Lawrea'ceburg, Ky., May 7. Gov. record of the transfer of the Salvation army pi operties on the south side of Bradley Wednesday pardoned W. O. Fourteenth street and the north side Bradley, of Indiana, in jail here for of Eighteenth street, west of Sixth robbery during the fair last July. avenue, and other incidental ef- Half of the term, 12 months, had exfects of the army by Ballington and pired Bradley's wife brought the parMaud B. Booth to P. DeLatour Booth-Tucke- r, don papers and he returned with her to Frankfort Wednesday night. was filed Tuesday with Register Sohcier. Will Honor Dead Heroes. N1CHOLA8VILLE, Ky., May 7. The Denied the Use of the Malls. Washington, May 6. The post office ground for the erection of a monument department Tuesday issued or Jers de- in menlory of the confederate dead was nying the privilege of the mails to the broken in the courthouse yard. The American Coupon Investment Co., hav monument will be put'' in position next ing offices in Kansas City, Mo., Hia- week, and the unveiling will take watha, Fort Scott and Hutchinson, place the latter part of the month. Fought in a Garden. Kas.; Denver, Cripple Creek, and ColMt. Sterling. Ky., May 7. Pete orado Springs, Col., and Dallas and Ft. Stevens and Dave flazor had a fight in Worth, Tex. the former's garden, six miles from this Totting Heavy Armor Plate. Bethlehem, Pa., May 6. Capt, city." The skull of Stephens was Sampson. Professor Alger and other smashed and Razor was disemboweled. members of the bureau of ordnance, Both will die. Sumatra Dead. Tuesday afternoon witnessed the atLexington, Ky., May 7. Sumatra, gun on fifteen-inc- h tack by a ten-inc- h by Vallic, dam Laso-rellarmor plate at the Bethlehem Iron property of John Rodegap, is The plate Co. e proving grounds. weighed 88 tons and was the largest dead here. Sumatra was a good last season. plate ever shot at, Detroyed by Fire. Will Be rryor and lSnrham. Cai'E CnABLES, Va., May 6. Tho Frankfork, Ky., May a The demolarge mercantile house of Ashby & Be-lo- cratic committee of the Fifth Appellate and neveral smaller stores and se district has been called to meet at eral dwellings at Drumm'.ndtow n. Wednesday, Paris May 13, to destroyed by fire Moa-ia&i Lennox, a young man of 20 years old, was drowned in the Kentucky river a few miles above Frankfort. Fraxxfoet, Ky., May 6. George n. i I ' I . ' j j ! j ' park, London. The Atchison Globo alleges that the girls who ride bicycles have as dirty hands as tho boys. Good sefondhand wheels for women command far better prices than the p.juc class of wheels for men. Tho Wheel says few women mount a bicycle gracefully and still fewer dismount therefrom without exhibiting a pronounced flop from saddlo to street. Thcro ia a distinct shortage in tho supply of women's wheels. Dealers in many sections aro finding it very difficult to get enough of thein to go round. A boy nged 8 has refused to attend tho London Chiswick board pchool on tho ground that one of tho femalo teachers wears knickerbockers. Ho is supported by his mother in this refusal Tho latest whim of lady cyclists is to havo their wheels painted to match their dress. The fashion was started by Lady ! FLOun Sprini patent. :&6CX&3.85: spring fancy. I1I53.30; spring family. ti60a83; Warwick, who in summer had her wheel winter patent, $3.85X90. family. 8t7&aa0O; painted white and dressed in white from extra. tXZJQAbO: low grade, !L75200: rye, aead to foot northwestern. itiii00; do city, 80. Wheat Sales: Xo. i red, track. rOc: No. i ODD SPOKES. ired. track, Cix Corn Sales: No. I white, track, 32c; whita Jowa taxes bicycles. ear, track. Sic; No. t mixed, track, 31a Hocb Seleot shippers', U.353.40: select A majority of tho members of the butchers'. !i 3031 35: fair to good packers, Milwaukee city council are active wheel?a:3S.35: fair to good light. t3.333.; commen. mon and roughs, &10K&3.1S. Cattle Fair to gocra shippers, ta.50a4.l5; The recent cyclo parado of Washing choice, t4.2i&4.S5; good to choice butchers', tteOftilS: fair to medium butchers', 13.503 ton society people netted cfiarity just a 83: common. t763.35. $1,200. Soup and Lauds Sheep Extras. fJ.OOQ The British S. P. C. A. has issued a tXti: good to ohofce. !aiy&150: common to fair. Ji 2333.00. Lambs Extras, M.65. good to circular calling attention to tho growing choice. H.K131 GO. common to fair. 13 J54 15; evil of cycling with a dog. spring lambs lower at tLXX&Xb0: extra. 16. To. In France cyclists aro either "peda-Jenra- " Vkal Calvis Pair to good light, 13.7J3 4.50; common and large, 2.75 iX.50. or "pedaleuses, " according to Wool The market is quiet and prices rula whether they bo men or women. easy, although receipts ore not liberal. EastIt hardly seems possible that the bicyem markets exhibit quite a depressed apocar- ance: Top qualities of unwashed H&H cle was introduced in the Italian army y; quotable at 1213c per lb; burry and 21 years ago, yet such is tho case. 56c less. Tho Paris municipal council has votKit York. May 9. Whkat No. 2 red May. t9M'70Mc June, ed 2, 000 in prizo money for this year's September. CSJfQ great cycle race, C9Ji70Kc July, e9?roxe; tho Grand Prix do TQHc: Decernber. 71inT:.Sc. Paris. Cobs No. i, 3S?iXe; July, S6.H36J4c; Oats No. 3 western. 2S 28c: May.aiHo. A discussion has arisen in London as Toledo, a. May 9. Wheat No. 2 red cash and May, 69c; to whether tho cleaning of hikes should July. C7c: August. 65Kc September, C6K0; bo included among the duties of tho No. 3 red cash, 66K0. servants in a household. Tho servants Cork No. 2 mixed cash. 29fc: July. 31 Kc Oats No. 2 mixed, July, 202o; September, arc much opposed to it 51 He. Vienna bicyclists aro looking about CLOVERsrsn Dull; October. M6"V for a patron saint Some think it should Chicago. May 9. Calls on July wheat opened at 647,'c. sold at be St Gertrude, patron of travelers, othCHJic 64i'c. last price M Puts opened at ers propose Elijah, who went to heaven 6?Kc. sold at G3Kc, last price C3H 63Mc on wheels, while every martyr tortured Calls on May corn opened at 30M&30XC bid. on tho wheel has some advocate. sold at 30ic. last price 30yjc bid. Puts opened The bicycle has been adopted as a misat SOHc, sold nt 3030Hc last price 30Hc bid. Pittbbcboh. Pa.. May 9. sionary gift by women of Athol, AIas. Prime. H30fi 4.40; good. M.153130; Cattle good butchers', I3.904.20; rough faL WOOQ At a meeting in All Saints' church the 6.75; Teal c Ives. SL00a4.S0; heavy and thin other day they made np a list of things calves. tiOOaoa that had been contributed for tho benefit Hogs Prime, H8Q&3 8S: best Yorkers and of missionaries, and among them was a piga, 3.753.80; heavy hogs. 1603.63i Sheep akd Lambs Prime. S175Q.3 CO: good, bicycle. This was sent to a Delaware 3.oj175; fair, J130 3 40; common. $i903.15: missionary, because ho had recently lost 00; choice lambs, common to good bis horse. n. cross-examinati. fleece-grown. Arouse Patients. ...the TWo J's, o 21 The dental profession in Vienna has formed a novel society, which proposes to instruct its members in the art of pleasing conversation, garnished- - by light anecdote. The theory of this is that tho patients undergoing long and difficult dcuta' Operations need to be amused and entertained. Tho preamble to tho call of tho socie- ty recited tho fact that the modern race of dentists is giving altogether too ! attention to the scien much timc-an- d tific side of tho profession and not doing enough to attract and interest its clients. Careful, persistent and thorough work, it went on to say, is one thing, and it is highly necessary that no operating dentist should forget that the patient in the chair has none of this kind of stimulus nothing whatever to interest him and is generally suffering, besides. The real dentist should bo a man of two sides. He should bo able to do Jooe5& Jpr OLD yet produred. This rich breeding with such speed producing power and individuality as 2 0 14 YEARS OLD Time Onward possesses, will 6urely ge Pure OM Whiskies for Farm tiotters of the highest type. cinal L'f. in 5 and r u.i. He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly Packages, a specialt sixteen hands high, witli fine style and IBS.M action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. Silver Ltyis? 1 an ESTWill staifdithis beason at $20 to insure a living colt. FIE LIP;. M 1 111 1 Sj B.H. NEAE. Whoiesale Dealers, Silver Cn- - his work deftly and quickly and at tho same time by clever talk keep his patient's mind off tho operation. Hitherto the dentists, from the moment they began their course of study, have set their attention severely upon practical science and have given no time Staple and Fancy at all to the lighter side of life. Tho greater number of them are hard students always, and they let the frivolous sido of tho world go in their pursuit of Country Produce especially wanted. knowledge. Prompt delivery of good to all parts of town. ' This has given tho American dentists Canned Goo'ds. who havo settled abroad in the coutinen- - Salt by theBirrel tal towns opportunity to work up a largo Tobacco and Cigars. and flourishing practice merely because they havo taken pains to he inter- Candies and Cakes. Come andsee me esting to their patients and have amused Green Groceries them. What tho Viennese society proposes to do is to start classes in tho art of conversation and to get the staid scientific men in tho way of chatting while their hands aro employed in doing, most delicato work. New York Journal. Groceries. V E. R, Rowland, te Amerlcug Ought to Win. American colors aro quite common on the English turf nowadays. So far tho money has gone to the Britishers, butj big things are expected from Croker's lot beforo the season is over. Americus Ls getting a lot of support for the Great Jubilee stakes. The Great Jubilee will be decided at Kemptcu Park on Saturday, May 9. The distance, onemile, hould suit Americus, and if ho is at his e. est he will take a lot of beating. ( o o o o o o THE OLIVER - Is the CHEAPEST and BEST Plow in the World, and o o )0iVT T0P JOBACCO. o o The OLIVER Repairs Cost less than any other plow repairs- on the - o o o o market If you vant the lambs, J3.50i34.25; spring lambs, SaOOQ&OO. July tjiA August. CD2.63Hc: southern. 7327 lc Corn Mixed spot and May, 3f35Xc: June, Stimulants Are Injurious nnd Should Tie S5K35fc: July. 3ii3Cc: mixed. 33i34c; Avoided by the Wheelman. southern white. JSaSic: do yellow. ?6c Wo earnestly advise all wheelmen to Oats No. 2 white western, 255i6c. No. S steer clear of ardent snirits while ridimr mixed do, 24K(3Sc. Rte Near by, 41Q43a on Sunday or any other day. A stiff Wheat No. 2 red. 70c bid: Baltimore. May 9. May. GKe; CYCLING AND DRINKING. three-years-ol- d, a, two-year-b- id at -year-old eigh-year-o- ld drink may help a rider along wonderfully for a mile or so, but a feeling of absoluto staleness quickly follows which t3.00325. Hogs Good to cho'.ce. 1703.75: light do, nothing but another drink will remove. $t75180: pigs, 380i&390; mixed pickers, After tho second drink tho tired feeling 1360(3370; medium weights. t3.65Q3.70. heavy, returns more quickly than before, and it 13.55. 6a soon becomes a case of drinking all day Sheep and Lambs Prime lambs. J4 90Q or giving up. If the last plan is adopt6.0CC light to good. Mifl.75: mixed sheep, good to choice. M.5035. common to fair, ed, the rider may be sure of remaining I3.00Q3.4') culls, Z4i7J; heavy sheep and a comparatively useless member of tho lambs neglected, human family for several days to como. Indianapolis. Inl, May a efIt Cattle Fat, well finished steers, to 15Q fects is a sc.cntific fact that the toxic all of alcohol, nicotine and, indeed, 5.30. good to rholce shipping. 10. common. stimulants and excitants are more poHogs All good to choice rredlsxm. and heary. t3.4Sft3 55 mixed nd havy, U.35Q tent when taken into the system whilo tho individual is engaged in any bodily 3 50. rnd to ci nlre lights, S3.i0.43.60. exercise. Adult riders may safely use a little alo or beer when thirsty. Good lager, wnen louna, tauen only in mod- eniuuu, is uu uwueuii rvviver, uuu u limited use of it is not followed by tho depressing reaction which follows tlie ROUTE drinking of spiritnous.liquors and wines. It is a good rule to drink as little as -- BEST LINE TO AHB t?RM- Ipossible of anything while riding the wheeL The absorption of large quantiSolid Vestlbulcd Trains, with Kunel Parlor ties of water, lemonade, root beers, etc., makes n heavy draft on the nervous Cars. Elpsrmil Coaclie. Dining vr, Sleei lngCnrs, mid lnte&l improved PrlViiie system and so reduces vital force. Large, sleeping Iflf'irttiint Kufietwith toilet Cars, magnlfl. drinkers, no matter what they drink, ceiiily rnrniMied In each compartment. Best ieimlmtl station. almcst invariably give out quickly on tho road. American Cyclist. - Cattle Good, handy steers. H.1N&4.15: cows and heifers, ti8i3.75. veals fair, supply steady at 13.50 4. CO; common, light to fair, BcrrALo, May 9. . j3.4n13.-t.7s- )"BM SWlft"! CHICAGO. W-g- The tobacco habit grows on a man nn- 'il his nervous system is seriously atrect-2(impairing health, comfort and liappi-aes- s. To qnit suddenly is too tevere a isliock to the system, as tobacco to any eterate user becomes a stimulant that !" system continually craves. "Baco- Curo" is a scientific cure for the tobacco habit, in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin physician who has used it in his private practice since 1872, without a JHilure It is purely vegetable and guar-uitee- d perfectly harmless You can use t II the tobacco you want while taking 'Baco-CuroIt will, notify you when )oustop. We give a written guarantee to cure permanently any case with three loxes, or refund the money with 10 per cent, interest. "Baco-Curis not a substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system ak mire and free from nientino n thn i(av voa took Vour first chew or smoke 1, ." o'' Ilnw to Cure Yonrself While Usin It. o o o o o ..Plow-bu- the OLIVER.. o o o o o o o The best Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, "Wagons, A'ire and Wire Ranges, Etc, Cheap at ... Fence, Stoves, o o o Shackelford 5 Gentry's. OOOOOOOOOOOOCHH x OOOOOO OOOOC:OOe)OCKK)OOOOCK)OCKC00000000000000000000 JUST RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM OUISED BY BACO COKO AND GAINED THIRTY POUNDS. N EW YORK ST- , I tho-killi- ng , 1 .. 1 r. - - V ycur " and it has entuelv red me of the habit in all iis forme, - or tho King. Three "Jacksil I have increased thirty pounds ,m . For years tho prize ring was dominatThe ".outhwetern Limited SolM Vet! light and am relieve-rulwl Trains, wllh Combination Library, ed over by the three Jacks namely, from af thQ UnflVlnml NiiiuUliiK.CJtrK. "Wasnc"' sleeping Couchc nitd Dining Carx. fund JacltilcAuliffe, ihe lightweight cham-jiio- lit Jjierousacbes anil pains of body and br, liig in slew York City nt 42.1 s re I Jack Dempsey, the middleweight tnjjid 1 couftl write a quire cf paper D pot. Positively no Feiry Transfer. champion, and tho srrcat John K Sul unpn my chanced feeliuas and voriHtian. Bnuroynur tUket reads via "bl I KQUR' livan, vho was the acknowledged chain- fours resnectfullv. P H. JIarrury. 3). B. KA&HN' pion 01 cnampions. E. 0. M'COSMICZ Uempseywas tho I Pastor P. "Church, C'fnVtnn, rl i Putcnger Truffle Jlgr. first to fall He mct.his. Waterloo when 'old hv all druggists at $1.00 per box. he wentupagainstFitzsimmons. Lanky CINCINNATI. O treatment), Bob was a comparative strauser to tho tlu'ee boxes, (thirty American pnbliij rft lhat tiaie, anJhk $ with written guar.mtei:, tsilaV ovQr the idolized vnr . r . r t Wanted n Idea Who erastmpte victorj-umnderclap Vmt o Qratiuoir cun for ISfcrJer dirwt.-iuw- rW-imia-ifctec int. .0 . ilrlcr. t seise Iikoa, Mmc sky; W ... bo&W! -- u T $art-i wrtSSfoB? TfEtimbtir cFTpK-- r ek-- . Hk uiinj!?vu mriocniSrBWim4-Ctal,Ci 'ue fMstiwhe mc U. t sww winwtl wi r i -- Stealing Bicycles His Business. Solid Vebtlbuled Train R Willi Huflel Parlor t'nrs, i OHCliex and Dining Tarx, uixl U'umier A bicycle thief was arrested in BridgeltuBVl Sjlpeplug CHr. Ki'terliig Kt Lou K over port, Conn., recently after a chaso-- ; of .Bridge, avoiding tho the Nfw tuinit)!. six miles by the poUco. Tho thief when searched was found to he provided with tools especially adapted to cutting cyclo chains and locks- - An example will bo The only Through Sleeping Car tine froai made of tho prisoner, as ho is evidently Cincinnati. Elrgari t Wagner Sleeping I'm. a professional cycle LOUIS. BOSTON. ' thief. "Wheel. From hnndreds of testimonials, the originals of which are on file and open to inspection, the following is presented: Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 28, 1895. Eureka Chemical and ilfg. Co., La Grosse, Wis. Gentlemen: For" forty yijars I used tobacco in all its forms. For tifenty-fiv- e years of that time I was a gnat snftVrer from general debility and luSart disease. For fifteen years I tried U- - quit, but couldn't. I took variuns remedies, among others "'.Che Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Double; Chloride of Gold," etc , etc-- , but did me the leat-- t hit of good. Finally, however, I purchased a box of 'No-To-Banone-o(itiie- OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. COME AWD SEE - LRRGEST STOCK TO SELECWE ARE DAILY THE BARGAINS WE HAVE FOR YOU? TFROM MD" LOWEST. PRICES. EECEIVHfGODR NEW YORK. "Baco-Curo- f Eli-guis n; -- Gen.Pn-.akt.g- a jly! otJiK . . :- iron-cla- -- d, HotiiMS, 1 stocs: Finiskisi hsitry, Gents OTTR,-'?I'- r c? , SPRING GOODS. OIE Gccds is Ccirplete 3i3-:s:i- .. r-- v SMrf?8!: r 55S J.. ".T?"r . a t i" ui v- -- - c-?-r taiQoMtmm: .o :' : f 1 ,SA ck : r. - f - WHO) a- j n frJ - sum 11 , " - - ., - - . - ,. " m m. ? . . i a m