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I . job work QuuniuuiJiririJinjiiinAnjTjirinnjirinjtriirua VOLUME IX. ADVERTISING- F.ATES. - NUMBER hfs-spris- 50 D. P. Anner is receiving Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Got't Report Louisville. stock of Jewelry andNoveltws, soe-7. "What ought to be the Relation of tuing entirely new. The latest fads is I M MO hi the'High School to the Grades?" Miss SPACE. bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelTUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1S96. Lida McBride, Ludlow. ties and in fact anything you may want MOBXING SESSION. 10 O'CLOCK. local commitOther Features.--Th- e in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail tee will arrange a delightful suppleOpening exercises, Music, etc to see them. is- I Inch Address by Hou. Albert S. Berry, mentary program of music, recitations i 5 $ a a 515 4 5lv7 f x 'roo 3 Inches. 751 jo 3 5o 00 17 so etc. Every member of the Association Sixth District, Ky. C, 3 Inches. 2 50, 3 50 5 00 15 23 25 4 Inches, 6 00 3 ooi 4 00 28 75 Address on behalf of Newport, by will receive a handsome houvenir of the '9 5 Inches. So! S 00 7 SO 3 3 34 5o I K occasion. I. 6 00 9 00 4 00 40 00 Mayor Edward Biltz. '7 6 ool 9 00 13 00 60 00 IK Col. 40 The Exhibit. An exhibit of school on behalf of Newport j 3 Lol. 8 00 Is CO '7 75 80 00 4. Address SOI 50 I 60 10 ool 15 00 22 50I 42 work will be held in connection with the 100 00 Schools, by Supt. John Burke. THE BEST SEB"Keadin Teachers in every part of notices to cents a line for first In- 5. Response by E. A. Gullion.President Association. ;D PORK, sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion of the Association. the State are invited to send specimens Oi ceo Obituaries, resolution's of repeet and similar matceo ter at half rates. No specified position. G. 8 Response by SupL E. H. Mark, Pres- of the work doue in their schools, in CC MRS. STANFORD PAYS HER HUSBAND'S cc time for it to be displayed properly. ident High School Section. ATOR. Don't h M V. ON.s I IVER BEOLEST TO PALO ALTO. Country Bacon, c THE IRISH i'OTATOE. 1L.L those who fail to pay their City forgtt it ni-- it. Now is die time you Supt John Burke has charge of the ex7. Address. "The Teachers' Problem." M .tax ior isyj uy tne to wake up your Liver. A need it mo-, Dt. B A. Hinsdale, Chair of Pedagogy, hibit, and 'everything intended for it v,w, C Ends Iler Heroic Labor of Love Univer- Eighth Day sluc. ii Livo brings i. TAahria, Fever No more of your nonsense 'bout oysters University of Michigan. May, 1896, should be sent prepaid, to him at Newxiam. J.SS and Antic. Rheumatism, and many other sity Gets S3, u 00,000 TJas Denied Herand fishes, port S. Appointment of Committees, their property will be advertised and ills which shatter trw constitution and City gf g " self AH but the Necessities of Ufa That sold for same. Don t forget the word And pudding and dumplings and delii-at- e wrexk lieaith. t). Miscellaneous business. TheX. C R. R. will sell ticketa at one Might Go On. .L,ard, bausage. the Institution Regulator, it s Simmons Liver dishes, D. R. FREEMAN, - VJ-- . I "?"" fare for the round trip Mil 'rJTlJ FiJii AFVBKNOON bESSION. 1:45 O'CLOCK. 46-5-0 Regulator vou want. The ord Reg- But give me the thing that is more in City Collector. Mrs. Jane Lathrop Stanford has paid BEST MEATS THE MARKETS all other ulator distinguishes it fromSlAV.MONS 1. Report of the Kentucky Gommittee MOLLICODDLES. in full to the trustees of Leland Stanv ni' wishes And, besides this, remedies. ford. Jr., university the $2,500,000 LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the I mean a good Irish potatoe. of Ten, by the Chairman, Supt. J. G. willed to the institution by the late SenCrabbe. 111 "U Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your A molhcoddle is a degenerate boy-- He ) The Dutchman, contented, will sit at his 2. Address, system max1 be kept 1,1 good londitioii. ator Stanford. The payment was made "Where we Fail." A. E is the result' of the care THE BLOOD take SIMMONS ease, FOR in railroad securities, from which the LIV ER REGULATOR, it fcUhc best tlood To feabt upon sourkrout, smerekase and Petenuan, Editor of the Southern School. of indulgent parents. He is coddled, university will receive an income of 3. "Child Study." John T. Gaines, of pampered e - and corrector. Trv R and iote Next to Richmond National Bauk on growth. His edupurme$120,000 a year. cheese. Mam St. Telephone 51. Louisille, Look for 'the RED 2 the cation consists in shielding him from The dark days of the university are But who, in bis .sense, would meddle You wont iwd it on on everv 4. Discussion, by Supt E. W. Weaver, every hardship, trial, and temptation. over, when a suit of the government Douglas & Smith. with these. an otlier medicine, and there is no other Mrs. M. D. Gray, J A. Newman, Miss Can the mollicoddle e er grow into a held iron bound all tho property of tho PEBIPECTIVK VIEW OF MODEL DOMS. Liver remedy like SIMMONS LlVER When he can get a good Irish potatoe. II. E. Brooks, Supt J. M. N. Dowries, E. estato except $10,000 a month granted REGULATOR- - the Kingof Liver Remedies. man? 3fever. Why? Because he has BEST MADE .... by the court to Mrs. Stanford as her Bi sare vvu ad it. The Yankees may boast of their sweet F. Smith. never been a boy. Men are developed I. uriYspa-je- r man to tne otner. family allowance. J !I ". i" ' Vfr Unique, efficient, labor savinc. Will 5. "The Ups and Downs, Haps and Mis- from boys. The mollicoddle generally pumpkin pie, GATE OF Ths bet was eagerly taken, and both This allowance, except the smallest sprinkle 4 times greater area than (Their pork and molasses together thev haps of the Country Teacher." J. J. dies young. He poEsessesueither phsi-cal- , men waned. Five minutes passed, 10 sum upon which, with tho most rigid Ef24, an) others. Highest award at the Time fry,) Glenn, Madisonville. mental, or moral stamina. His in- COLONEt INGERSOLL TO POSE FOR minutes went by, J 2 minutes and at economy, Mrs. Stanford could pay her PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. Chicago Exposition. fect May 12, 1895. But if ever I liked it, I wish I may die. 0. Dif .cussion, by Supt. A. H. Hite, D. heritance and his education have unlast 15 minutes, and still the crime of ARTIST PERHACS. The "Little Gunt" Traveling 1873 was unmentioned. As well as an Irish potatoe H. Peak, W. D. Moore, Fall Mahoney, fitted him for the exigencies of a busy, The bet w- -s 1ST CLASS is an ingenious, efficient, and 2ND CLASS. TTOl73YS. wouderful machine. Under an ordinary EAST BOUND. No. A. C. Collins. VO.J. No. 9. active, aggressive life. If perchance he The Famous InSdel to Be Represented a lost ".!. Don't go to the doctor, if vou should get Ex Sua Ex Sua Ex SiulExSva. water pressure of 30 pounds or upwards At 16 1 minutes the familiar words 7. "Nature Study m Primary Grades." lives, he degenerates still farther and a Dignified Spectator Under the Guidit will drag 100 feet of garden hose and ill. dropped from Senator Stewart's lips. 1 M. A. it. A. M. U. B. HOGG, becomes a parasite, for it isa well estabpropel itself slowlv and continuously in Ver$aHes 6 4a 10 w sss ance of Ills Satanic Majesty 150 Figures He was a minute and a half late. For blister, or powder, or plaster, or Miss Emihe Yuuker, of Louisville. xx 8. Discussion by Supt. A. C Fleshman, lished fact in uature, that so soon as a to iz 7 35 either a straight line or a- - circle of any N ichoias vilte. 11 34 Washington Post Shown on the Canvas. VaUy ATTORNEY AT LAW, pill, 47 SS 75 desired diameter, while its speed may be M ilKes View LivingS 12 creature lias its wants supplied with XI so i 5 But take of the root that may cure and Miss Laura Cravens, Supt Alfred variedat will from 15 to 500 feet per I, M. It isn't every man who would caro to Kentucky. ston, Mrs. Daisy I'ulliam, Miss Harriett little exertion on its own part, then Richmond, . it is Richmoad Yjo" hour. can't kill SEVEN TIMES ITS WEIGHT. Ubiob 12 W iz 3$ Dietrich. that creature ceases to advauce, and stand up and be pictured as entering By means of a figured dial plate it Moberly .. . mean the health giving potatoe. 11 31 10S I may be set to travel any desired dis- BraMfiekL... degeneration begins. As Mr. Lankester the infernal regions; but that is what The Wonderful Carrylnc Power of the '4 E EN1NG SESSION. 9 O'CLOCK. 12 46 2 i4 Robert G. Ingersoll is going to do very ?itance. A moment suffices to change its Paaota . Bicycle of Today. 0ce No 11 Fkt street. -- p stairs. There is no sort of affliction which morhas said, "Any new set of condition ocIZ 113- Addiess. "The Feeliutrs as au Element speed from the highest to the lowest Irviae..-IngersoU's life much of A freight carweighingSO.OOO pounds tals endure, curring to an animal, which render its shortly. Sospent in Mr. and it may be gauged to distribute a iu Education." Dr. B. A. Hindsdale mentally juggling has been GRANT E. LILLY, But w hat the potatoe may jKtesibly cure food and safety very easily attained, with hell fire that he doesn't mind hav- will sustain a weight of 00,000 pounds, spray effectively over a svrarth varying WEST BOU.VDjEx and, drawn by a 40 ton locomotive, will SiEr S Ex S.) Ex&w WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1S96. in width from 5 to 50 feet, while by simThe spleen, the hysterics, the hypo, I'm seems to lead, as a rule, to degeneration."" ing himself illustratively injected into travel over smooth rails at .4 TTORNEY--A TLA II', the average A. M r. H. ply throwing it out of gear it is instantly A. M. r.H. sure, The mollicoddle is a selfish piig the midst of it even though it be such rate of 20 miles an hour. A two horse HOUSING SESSION. 9 o'clock. converted into a station vry spriukler Pauofa 4 ,54 Are healed by Irish potatoe. 1. Address, "The Essential Factors in a Fiom his'birth it has always been im lurid hell fire as is shown in the paint farm wagon weighing 1,200 pounds will Richmond, Kentucky. of exceptional efficiency. 1 59 4 40 . ing soon to be put on exhibition by G. The propelling force is supplied by Moberly s When you see a damsel with cheeks School." Dr. G. M. Brambaugh, Chair pressed upon hint that he was a perv n S. Perhacs, a Brooklyn artist All that carry 2J500 pounds over good roads, back pressure of water in the arm's Richmend . 605 of Pedagogy, University of Pennsylva- age of much importance. He Lab been is necessary to put the finishing touch drawn by horses weighing 2,200 pounds a rose, 239 like 54a Oftoe S. Mr corner Main and Second streets causing them to revolve with force and MtlhoB S 3 ob in the aggregate and moving at the av0 addressed in extravagant ternib of enup stairs Will practice io ail I lie courts of And her company courted by many nia. -S rapidity while at the same time they Valley Vrew to hades is- tho figure of tho noted in- erage rate of five miles an hour. But a '31 3 dearment. His every wish has In en fidel, and ho will pose for that purpose 24 MdixuH and adjoining eoanlies ami Ceartof Needs-throw out a fine spray or mist 2. "What our Country Most fine beaux, 1IES. LELAND STANFORD. Versailles pound bicycle will carry a man y3 7 50 4 rf A gratified. His faults have been gl.iztd within a short tima Body of sprinkler made oL iron 3J "Without hesitation you may readily sup- Prof. J. H. Fuqua, Bethel College. weighing 175 pounds or more, and, over personal expenses, and excepting also a. M. r. m. r.H. I x. sc. over, not corrected. His way through idea of painting a picture of a country road, with a minimum effort, sums necessary to be spent for litigation, "painted." Arms and standard made of The 3 Discussion, by Miss Liccie ICorbin, pose. brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 inches W. B. SMITH, hell fire struck Mr. Perhacs some years will move at the rate of 10 miles an was turned over to the university. Trams betweea LMtSTilte as4 Yes-f- es She was raised on Irish potatoe. W. II. Bartholomew, J. T. 'English, life has been made smooth and comfortlong, 15 inches wide over all Wheels, Trams betweea Cchhi a ago, while he was traveling through hour. NlCMMMK. Tho amount wa3 not enough to pay 10 inches diameter. Height of tip of daily. ts s Henry Newton, II. R. Blaisdell, C M able. He has been caressed and petteJ Europe studying art A TTORXEY AT LA W in the various galAll trims coRMCt with Soittken These figures aro indicative of a new expenses, however, and all the faculty, arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, 40 ad nauseam. Is it to be wondered at Arnold. Now, Mr. Printer, if agree, ami trom Louisville, and with te C.S leries. It seemed to him that the sub era in locomotion and serve to emphafrom President Jordan down, volun- pounds. Kentucky. To take these few you will print Richmond, 10 aaa xrom I them 4. Address, "Time To Say Nothing of that his development has done justice to jeet hadn't received that attention from size the wonderful results achieved by tarily remitted part of their salaries. tftrses and The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received r You can spend incinaatL. in LoatsviRe, all sat see five hours his early training? Why should he not painters which hours m Cincinnati er 12 hours in t ciingf. oil defor me. it deserved, so he Eternity." Prof. R. N. Roark, Dean the pneumatic tire. A freight car car- Many times the closing of the universi- the highest awar1 at the World's Colum- return to Richmond at p. m , be duly impressed with his owu sell bian Exposition, Chicago. cided to embody his idea3 of tho region ries twice its weight 20 miles an hour; ty was suggested. When I come to town I'll pay your fee, Normal Department, A. & M. College. Mfice ib CeHins BtiiMisc. For through rates and other lnforssMM- S0 any ticket aeat or address fiency ? It is not a natural sequencethat in a picture cf great size. Two years the bicycle carries seven times its weight (FREIGHT PAID.) PRRKE, Mrs. Stanford would not hear of And we'll dine upon Irish potatoe. 6. Discussion, by W. H. Bartholomew, ago he began tho work of painting it 10 miles an hour. his creed should become "the world She was ready, if the emergency should H. V. Bell, Miss Maggie D. Williams. J C. & D. M. CHENADLT, UbES OF COLLEGE TRAINING. and it is now finished but for the two oyster?" It is probable that, with weight, pow- come, to sell every particle of her perL STEBMJS lUJUriaCELVG CO, Mrs. George Huff, Minnie L. Parker JR. The tuollicoddlo is known iu various main figures. It represents the mouth of er and speed considered, nothing has sonal estate in order that not one of the Sofe Amu aJ IHbttwfi, ATTORXEYS AT LAW, 7. "Fads." Prof. R. U. Carothers, helL Mr. Perhacs didn't care to pene- ever been invented which presents such thousand and more students at Palo AlNOT TOMIKE EtrEHTS, BUT TO FIT MEN FOB ways. Like the rest of us, he is often SPRLYCF1EID. U& Louisville. trate into tho interior, because ho be- results in carrying and locomotive ca- to should lose one lecture or one recitaLAROE, INTELLIGENT WORK. Igrats Tinted Mfrrwkfre. K. O. DIVISION. known by his name. Mr. Shakespeare Kentucky. Richmond, lieved it would be better not to deal to pacity as are shown by the bicycle. It tion. 5. by F. B. May, I. H. K""Can be seen in operation at resi"It is not entirely safe to claim that BoDth, J. 0. Taylor, Supt. W. W. Lewis, has somewhere asked: "What's in a any great extent with the nude, and he is only the question as to whether the But one department of the university dence of editor of Cluivc In Eraser Mahch 1, lSSS. every kind of success, even of legitimate name?" and he has further intimated reckoned that anywhere farther in principle has reached its greatest perfecwas closed, and that, having been estabSupt. L. McCartney. Often-uOfSce on Second street, grove? success, will be pronounced by a college that what we call a rose by any other than tho entrance the temperature tion in tho bicycle which suggests a lim- lished but a short time, had but few cery NORTH BOUND. 9. "What the Public Schools Can Do irainmg," writes Rev. Charles H. Park- name would smell as well. Now, viih would be such as to render clothing not it to the accomplishments of the pneustudents. Who can think LV. Express for Cincinnati, the Colleges." Dr. L. H. Blanton, all of some 6unpl The story of tho management of tho Wanted-- An resoect to the great poet, we must say only superfluous, but also absolutely matic tire and tho ball bearings. Tho hurst, D- D-- , in May Ladies' Home Jour- lor uung to patent A. M. fans, Maysvilte, Win STEPHEN D. PAOIRISH, Central University. yonr may you minimum of weight and the minimum vast Stanford estate by Mrs. Stanford is Protect vn-- v ideas they ti s bringrelentwealth. chester ami Lexington is often a grat deal iu a name, impracticable. I had a boy for whom it was nal. "If that there ner i;u. rimWashington.ojleuiu 10. Discussion, by Prof R, N. Roark, As it is, all his figures, of which oi incnon seem to nave Deen attaineo. oeys. D. O. for their J13W pnxo offer G.30 HWH. a romance of fiuance. MS- my supreme ambition that he should beat least in a boy's name. A TTORXEY A T LA W. -there are about 120 clearly defined, Are these applicable to other than the Prof. W. T. Poynter, J. D- - Clark, II. Senator Stanford left debts amount- an! list ot two hundred lsvesUooa wanted. is Cineinasti. Park?. Ma?s-- I come rich I should not send him to colThe mother, having have been furnished with garments tandem wheels, which now are so uni- ing to about "51,600,000, a large part of Kentucky. Clay Smith, A. M. Miller, Dr. A. C. Richmond, r. x. viile, Winchester audi - - V lege. So far from helping his prospects a distinctive title for a rare exotic, where they do tho most good, bir-rin- g versally necessary to both business and which sum had been borrowed to pay 2.05 Lexington hwiI. Davidson. XjIIclc OUT of in that direction it wouid probably damcannot be expected to give it a sensible a few demons who are wreathed in pleasure? for the construction of the university . LiviagstoH, LwhIom, Patents, Caveats, Trade Maries, I)evgB Etc AFTERNOON SESSION 1:45 O'CLOCK. Druggist ordered more age them. Money-makin- g every-dasort of a box 'a name. Of whirls of smoke in a manner to satisfy 1.10 is a trick. As compared with tho ordinary wagon buildings. All these debts have been Pinevine. Rep rt - to patentability f uneMfn Krce o( Charge I nturpauxa facwtics. HodrntcictRK any roughness of the skin; 10 The easy acquisition of it is a knack. It 1. Address, Dr. H. G. Brumbaugh. course, no common English name would tho most fastidious. Hell is represented and with the ordinary railroad car, tho paid. Fast line for Livirustoti. X." X. 6- hriorr a pUing for a patent, unte e 11.43 London, Je4!ko,Knoxville Then came tho suit of the govern25c; beautifies the Adjourned for Superintendent. involves the condensation of interestand suit such a production, so she afflicts her as a vast chasm surrounded by lofty bicycle seems to present just now a most sia peaks of which interesting suggestion to the construcment, imposing such economy on Mrs. softens and whitens the ski n A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, r. x. faculty along a particular line, and .that offspring with a namby-pamb- y name mountains between the EVENING SESSION. 8 O'CLOCK. can bo seen stretches of pale, cool sky tors of vehicles of whatsoever character. Stanford as she had never known and 3.19. raris, PSYSICIA1TS. 1L.43 luciteexer. Hurley's Sarsapanlla established fifty a narrow line. There is nothing to hin- 1. Address, "Literary Interpretation." chosen from some hysterical socioty in eff ectivo contrast to the fiery depths temporarily reducing the income of the P. M. Row land. Lancaster ami Chicago Record. der a very small man from being a very Illustrated from Othello. years. novel. Q'he mollicoddle is often known below. Over tho chasm hover angels 1.25 rStauforO. university. The case was heard by iftie . Dr. H. G. wealthy one. Shrewdness does not im- Brumbaugh. as Algeron, Claude, Civile Cecil or Ru- armed with bows to drive back such of Judge Ross and decided for the estate. DR. H. R. GIBSOX, WELL KNOWN RIDERS. jeS0:30 and 2 05 p. m. ply pert, or by some other w orse outlandish the damned as attempt to rise above I might say with a It was heard on appeal by Judges Gilconnection at Winchester for LeakJHr THURSDAY, JUNE 25 1S90. Senator Wolcott of Colorado is regard- bert Hawley and Morron of the circuit their sphere in the future life, and a good deal of assurance that it implies the extravagance. PH alCIANAND SURGEON, and all trains make coBBeciiott at body rumbling into the gulf transfixed ed as tho best amateur cyclist in WashMORNING SESSION. 7:30 o'clock. court of appeals and decided for the It is to be supposed that the aesthetic Kentucky. contrary. And shrewdness has more ii hmom). for all points- estate. It was heard on appeal again by than anything ehe to do with the acqui- 1. Triji to Fort Thomas and Return; Claudes, Cecils, and Ruperts are a direct by an arrow serves as an awful warning ington. -Through sleeper to KaoxviBe m U.4I to others meditating escape. Perched wedding presents of Mrs. nine justices of the supreme court of s One of tho sition of gain. reaction from the Ilezekiahs, the Icha-bod- s, There are a great 7:30 till 10 o'clock. iifice in the Joe ft .has Imtliiing, tfi and 30 about on tho rocks are demons armed p. m. train. the United States and decided for the Cai bo without tl--i over My nut .new drugstore. many things that can.be best done by 2. Address, Dr. W. T. Harris, U. S. 27- theBenjamin Franklins, the George with pitchforks, watching their com- Paget, formerly Miss Whitney, was a ' estate. 1 bicycle. of artubodu. ARRIVALS. the man w ho does not know loo much, Commiisioner of Education. Wnshingtons, etc., of a former age ; but panions below at work upon tho vicSir William McCormao is tho latest i' Thus 14 federal judges passed on the Has Never Failed When Dieec- - g; Trains returning to Richmond arrive or, at least by the man whose intelli 3. "A. Proper Line of Reading for Teach- in the name of common sense, isn't there tims. as distinguished bicycle accident victim. case, and yet less than a year passed be-- ; & I HAS. HOOKER, tions are Followed. follows: In the foreground are tho legions of He was run down by a London cabman. a happy medium in choosing names, as gence is concentrated at a single point or ers " faupt J. T. Coates, Princeton. tween the filing of the complaint and I ETERINARY SURGEON, $ From Cincinnati 1.10; 7.33; 11,4 p. xr. 4 the damned, without distinction of the final judgment on appeaL along a single Hue. The mechanic w ho 4. Discussion, by H. Clay Smith, SuDt. well as in everything else ? Is the tenMrs. John Jacob Astor owns several Rich- - X From Maysville 1.10; 7.33 p. n. Within 6C days after this judgment S Address T. ZD: Ky. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College has come to be known among us as the Edgar Taylor, Mrs. A. T. Million, Supt dency which this change indicates, de- race, color or previous condition of serv- wheels. Sho likes a wheel a littlo too From Livingston 3.19a. m.; 12,55 p.'m. mond itude. Various emotions, all of an unon appeal was rendered the bequest of From Rowland V rtencary a. m. Dentistry and Stenttty a Specialty. Wizard' would, perhaps, have been J. T. McGinnis, Supt. E. W. Weaver, R. sirable? Have we gained anything by pleasant naturo, are vividly depicted large for her, as it gives tho mnsoles bethour after 4 pm. $2,500,000 is paid. Now tho other the change? Some American children upon their faces, and there is a very ter exercise in reaching. "fBirip stairs oer New V&rl. Sterc, ceraer more of a man if he had gone to Harvard H. Carothers. aro to be considered. Will Call on You if Yoc Desire It 85 JxTBy reference to the g XI 46uti aud first streets, Rtcbroon trains but it would probably have spoiled him 5. "The Problem of the Institute." are neglected, some are Rev. Dr. Parkhurst is learning torido largo amount of writhing to the square 43 50 The will of Senator Stanford befiom Richmond, the time required to as a 'wizard.' Genius is presumably al- Supt It. M. Shipp, Pineville. The neglected often become criminals, inch. One of the most striking features awheel. He practices at an up town New queathed more than $2,500,000 to rela- run to any one station, is easily t)feev- is an unfortunate young man being York rink and wears a pv tucsquo ways a of mania, and liable, 6. Discussion, by Supt. John Burke, S. the over indulged become mollicoddles. ered. Taking this time from the tit oi H. C. M. arrival at Richmond, will give the imsm Mtnlicine and &urjrcry. therefore, to become something very or- A Beauehamp, A. L. Petermnn. J. T. You cannot expect criminals to develop hypnotized by an extremely complex plum colored costume when he r'des. of arrival at the station in questioB. President Low of Columbia Liiiversi-t- y rhi e Collins Hmldini:, Main Street. dinary if successfully subjected to the English, Supt E. H. Mark, Supt. Aiiron into true men, no more m ill mollicod- snake, which may or may not be regarded as a temperance lesson, accordat a banquet of the Schoolmasters' hi resMlence (the Carr place) en processes of the asylum. They had betdle Journal of Medicine and Science. Grady, T. C. Cherry, S E. Hancock. -COXXECTIONS. liroHda . ing to thepersonal bias of the spectator association said: "Tho first 4bing a o ter be kept away from college if the deAFTERNOON SESSION. 2 O'CLOCK. fiSTOut-goin- g A hellhound has a new arrival by tho Ill" (IMM, - Kentucky president should know is how to trains connect at STONE, VEaT AND C11INN. sign is to make them experts. College chin and is dragging him toward tho ride a bicycle. I know that somo of you with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, 1. Address, J'Who Should Teach" will be able to give them a character Maysville and intervening points. abyss. One figure with pompadour hair ride a wheel, because I havo met you Rev. II. A. M. Henderson, D. 1). DR. Ii II. ROBERTS g If you want the best Washing MaTho sound money men swear, by the is strongly suggestive of the noted epis- on tho road. One professor tohi me I'had trains connect at Wincheof but knife cannot be 2. Miscellaneous Business. 1'akis Kentucky round and sharp at the same time; neichine that fs made, one that a child ster with Lexington and points weet, great horn spoon tliat if Gov. Bradley, tolary author, Mr. James J. Corbett, a done a good thing in riding a wheel, 3. Reports of Committees. and ML Sterling and points east" Corner Duncan Avenue and ther can a boy. Senator Vest and Col. JaekCbinn should resemblance further borno out by his at- a number of my professors had can operate, call on, or address, If we are going to 4. Elections of Officers. g trains connect at LivingsPleasant Mreet, Parib, Ky. take the stump fn Kentucky in fayor of titudo of shaking his fist at empty followed in my wheel steps. " do large intelligent work the piime conCiias. Waller, ton with Cumberland Gap, KnotviHe, space. A large flat rock stands in the i Robert B. Roosevelt, formerly minis&SUilice Hours S to 10 a. ni., 1 to 4 p. dition is the posehbiou of an intellect free silver that they will put forth speakLouisville and intervening points. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1896. ipBL- ? i axfm. Richmond, Ky. i most conspicuous position, and it is on g iu , 7 to 8 p. m. trains connect at Rowland ers who will make a rolling Stone of the this rock that Mr. Ingersoll will stand, ter to the Netherlands, who does not trained and stocked in the same general MORNING SESSION. 9 O'CLOCK- BS?Agents wanted. -- t t i t(near Stanford) with Cumberland Gaj, 65 years to prevent governor that will gather no moss nor accompanied by Mcphisto, who plays permit the weight of and comprehensive way. College trainThp Association will meet at the hall, Knoxville, Louisville and intervening him from being an enthusiastic wheel... Specialties... votes; will pull down the Vest and wipe Virgil to the infidel's Dante. Mr. In- man, wants an elevated bicycle path, ing is simply the process of intellectually and spend the day in sight-seeinpoints. LELAND STANFORD, JK.. TJNIVERSlTV The Pe, Eak, Nose, Thiioat and Stomach uetting ready, not getting ready for this, Zoological Garden of Cincinnati, which offtheChinn from the face of the earth. gersoU's attitude will bo that of a spec- "with a cover over it, erected in Broadway, tives. Senator Stanford had 17 nieces 0F"Trains do not stop where bo time is specified. tator, which is not the role that many New York, from the Battery to Central and nephews, and each one of them Campbellsville Times-Journa- l. that or the other specific mental service, is one of the finest in the United States, For additional information, inquire of people pick out for him under such cir- park, a distance of five miles. He thinks but simply getting ready planting down will be visited. An excursion to the celwill receive at least $100,000 K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or oi DR. O. A. KENNEDY, cumstances. He will baye his p"ick of it could bo done for $1,000,000, and brothers will receive $300,000 each. Tha TURNED HIS HAIR GRAY. other agents. a broad foundation of preliminary big ebrated Lagoon haa been tendered by several emotions to depict horror, that it would greatly relievo tho elevatPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, When these legacies are paid, the reenough to support any breadth or height the Cincinnati Enquirer. There will bo A Prospector Takes no Involuntary Jour- pity, distress or incredulity, as if say- ed and surface railroads, .since it could mainder may be distributed to Mrs. Kentucky. of Richmond, thatthere may be need special military exercises at Fort Thomas ing: ney Into tbe Bowels of the Earth. be used by wheelmen all tho year round. Stanford and tho estate closed. New or opportunity to put upon, it The col- in nonor of tho teachers, as per orders "Is this what religious people would Edward Gunnison, a prospector, whilo Office in Smith Building, No. 204 Main Street, op Ycrk World! lege course and tiie requisite prepara- direct from the War Department at test pitting for iron near Two Harbors, have us believe?" Office hours 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. stairs ST YOU Before taking steps to place Mr. In- UNCLE SAM'S QUEER WANT. SHINING UP GRAY GABLES. tory training costs about seven jears of Washington. The street car companies Minn., the other day, had an adventure THE INSTANT MLIEF T0U BET F80H the best and most possible period of a extend the courtesy of a free ride on that has turned his hair gray, but at gersoll at the mouth of hell Mr. Perhacs Government Representative Wishes to Buy Preparations For the Summer Sojourn of DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, tho same time as he hasi discovered a took steps to obtain his permission. man's life. But if a youug man hopes to these side trips. Twenty Thousand Gravestones. tbe President's Family. subterranean lake full of apparently which proved to be an easy matter Kentucky do a large, solid work in the world, a Richmond. One man has advertised for 20,000 Among the principal places of interest blind fih he figures that he is ahead. Furthermore, tho lecturer consented to Brad Wright President Cleveland's work in which intelligence of a broad are Ludlow Lagoon, Chester Park ZooThis seems rather star-- t indefatigable caretaker and general For several weeks past Gunnison ha3 pose, even though it involved wearing gravestones. hearing, kind is to play any considerable part, logical Gardens, Burnet Woods, Eden been but it is not so factotum, is busy getting Gray Gables a Roman tcga. Tho other models who tling at first leleihone at office and residence. prospecting between Two Harbors W., and there ib no antecedent obstacle in Park and Fort Thomas, all reached by and Duluth and has sunk a pit on the have posed for tho piclure are as varied much so, in fact Tho United States ready for the president's family. government is a large buyer in the vaJ CUR ES Colic. Cramps, Diarrhoea. Flux. Cholera Tho lawns and gardens are in better the way, he makes an irreversible mis-la- street ars from Government Square, lake shore a few miles north of Two in station as those who people the region Morbus. Nausea, Changes cFWater. etc U. W. EVANS, M. D., represented, Mr. Perhacs has painted in rious markets of tho country. It buys conditiou than ever before, and Grayi H EALS Cuts. Burns. Bruises. Scratches, Bites of if he considers seven years too much Cincinnati, and Coney Island, reached Harbors. Animals. Serpents. Bugs, etc Richmond, woman almost everything, from "Whale Oil andU rjnlupa lino Thivrr thnrnriirh- l- TPnnvntprl. KentuCki to pay for a liberal education." The other morning, while pursuing his hell a society bello and a by boat from the foot of VineStreet, Cin BREAKS UP Bad Colds. Ix Grippe Iitfaenxa. The catboat Rutn has not been put ! Havinc retired from the practice of medicine his investigations, at a depth of 12 feet, cf thj street, a Cherry hill mug and a wheat to tape and typewriters, but perCroup, Sore Throat, etc " several years ago, for reasuuC bet Vnown to my cinuatL typical clubman. The society woman haps' its most remarkable purchase isj mto the water as yet The Ruth wiu ' LITERARY NOTES. the earth at the bottom of the pit sudGood, tc ' laain ofir n.y professional ieraces to the SmellsEicmthere Tastes Good. Does Goodeverytime. x no quarter-- 1 not bo in sucn demand, tms season as gravestones av wnoiesaie. at 25c and 60c Per Bottle. No Relief, No Pay. people of Rivuaond ana Sold denly gave way, dropping Gunnison and tha clubman posed out of morbid Persous desir HIGH SCHOOL SECTION. 5a fite cvbUIas tva sad at latf times is xsmea sa 5a IwtU. ", o:y services wul nud v office nrsi user n.nu and "his pick and shovel into the subter- curiosity to see themselves" so represent- master general of the army is the one j formerly, for the reason that the steam S" The cover design for "Book News" is SPRINGFIELD, O. e residence of N. U 'Deatherageon Second HERB MEDICINE CO. oii ranean lake 20 feet belowthe bottom of ed but most of tha models had to be wn anvertisea ior tns reminaers aro, launch Esther will be taken there on by Mansfield Parrish, and wostcr lovers man's mortality Half the number paid, nnd'ic has cost the artist $5, 000 in the Oneida when the family arrives. may have,a copy of it, with wide margin, TUESDAT AFTERNOON, JUNE 23, 1:45 O'CLOCK "the pit The water was shallow, and as models to complete his work. It is val to bo headstones and half footstones. The fish have begun to bite on tho soon as Gunnison recovered from his DR. T. J. TAYLOR, - only two years since stamps to the! vote. This Section will hold its sestwo two-cea large num-- J ledges down the bay, and pond fishing It ifnght he rnado an examination of the ued at 25,000. Practitioner tn Medicine and Surgery, When completed it will either bo ex ber wa3 bought, so it would seem thad fa also reported to be affording the early publishers. The May "Book News ' is as sion in a different room from that in cavern inclosing tho lake. hibited around tho country or at Man-- 1 Uncle Sam Lai many graves to mark. I arrivals lots of sport It will doubtless bright as a spring morning. The de- which the General Association will bo R.niMOND Kentucky This cavern, Gunnison says, covers Tho stones are bought under an actj bejt good season for fish in the bay. tached frontispiece is a portrait of Miss held.Trit in the same building. two acres of water and the shores of the nattan iieacn. Austin Oorbin is said to providing MANUFACTURER AXD DEALER IS that any soldier or sailor New York World. 0l,ce nl residence 011 Third Slroet. for its purchase. Now rpek, which also forms Shall we have Examinations in the little lake are of Anne Hollingsworth Whorton, author ot 1. having an honorable discharge IronL York Sun. -the walls The water is clear and cold, "ColoniDoorways. "Through Colonial High Schools? If so, What Shall be Some One Should Hire Him. Poigii &si American Mirbfe being fed apparently by. underground LOST BY NINETY SECONDS. service is entitled to havo hia tast rest-- j al Days and Dames,"-etc- . Their Character?" Geo, B Haggett, ing place marked by the government If President Kmger were at tho head streams. After n lone search in the Talt-ot- t European power instead of a small Dr. of many) Williams talks helplully of The darkness Gunnison found lliat the lake? Senator Stewart Fall to Give Expression of friends and relatives,- - too, apply for! t of a 3 African republic, the history of civiliza- the veteran are croud to new books and able letters from New 2. "What Shall be the Qualifications had an underground outlet into Lake to DU FaTorlte Phrars. these gravestones and consider it an' aou wtjuld bo considerably altered. Tombs, Tabu-is- , York, Boston, Chicago and Xondon put and Duties of High School Principals?" Superior. This outlet wets large enough A very Temarkablo thing happened honor to tha dead I ohave the graves thus Dhicago Uecord. one in touch with the book world. Prof. Shelby, Principal Johnson School, for Gunnison to creep through to the yesterday. Senator Stewartrcpoko,f or 15 Headstones, TJkss, open air. As a memento oil his involun- - minutes without mentioning ''tho crime marked. Some two hundred and sixty new books Lexington. A 840,000 Bicycle Path. The government pays about $2 each 'wra-el- a Statu RYr Eta pnrrli i ctJ873." n? tho aie noticed among- - them "Democracy 3. "Qijght Formal Training be a PartDf fjirv frrin into thn A proposition has been made and is for them when it buys in such largo! Gunnison brought with bim ono of tho Hart-pol-e The persistency with which Mr. quantities; They are cot from fine mar' being seriously considered to build a and Liberty" by William Edwards FINE WORK A SPECIALTY High chool Work?" J. G, - Crabbe, fish of which he" says the lake- - is full. -Stewart harps upon this topic lias led ble butnroplain-and'unpraenttou- s Many pictures from the Ashlanjl. Lecky. ur cinder bicycla path connecting Chicago ' This fish resembles a black bass in some the correspondents in tho press gallery Peoria. Ills., paralleling one of new boots brigbten the pages of this 4. Your Trade Solicited. Woat Ought to be the Ends and respects, only it i1 whiter tin J apparent- to wacerwith each othcraslo the num design. Upon proper application theyj with Basement or Dillingham Building, 1 unique magazine-- . .Monthly, du ccnis-sthe railroads. Frederick Pattee of Peohero; ber of minutes which will elapso before 1 are marked with the veteran's full Aims jf the .High School?" Supt. Ed- ly blind. It is now on exhibition , Work delivered to any part of the s 000 in prizea for a sBd"the! ria offers to birth and John Wannamaker, Publisher, ward Tavlor, Bowling Green. ' Kv. Two skeletons, probably of Indian, "4be crime of 1873 boos to the surface name, datepf rorrTTnrvrit death trtptr nroi national bicycle race, to be known as TTuin rrmW rt T.ia Write for Designs and State. First-clas- s 5. Ttj'Wbat Extent should the Natural were found in the cavern in which the Whcnjho Nevada senator is making a tho cinder path road "race, the gross re Work Gaaraate'ed. Philadelphia. l tir the designdted pot I Prices. underground lakeia locatoL They wcro Fpecch Yesterday follow- art in. btiilding tha ceipts' to be p at tne epiBte of Orders left at W. G. White's, John Robinson is paying trom $35 to Sciences be Taught in the High, School?" lying ide by side at tbe mouth ot the- - ed Senator Gorman. claims ih& $3060 New YorkrouraaL. 0KO. O. DOZIER, P3priet8f $50 for spring sugar mare colts, and from 0. Haujuiond, Newport passage through which Gunnison crept'--j "Tji bet you ho. mntioa 'theoriaae Prompt y al tended to. Pri-ce- s l$15 oould hft r8eJied.fro4 racer 1 V is fit-- of ; .1 "rwr5 "J rt R "Hi w Much English can be' Sqccess- - Tjiey crombUsd to pieces to $25 for horse coltB. Harrodsburg th tottck of i73 Wltia is aiiinfe6.s r " Jl wkIo! FilajpatrkSkr at Rpr-X- i Uuaafea. that the path woid coat2O0 1 i, tit Ky. reasonable ! 4 51 1 fullyD JBghtltf'th HigbScIiool1 PlulAdelpaia xase. Democrat. -- 3 STATE TEACHERS ATION. ASSOCI- 'Anna J. Hamilton, Teacher of English, BP S Spl oi j j a$sss AnsouuvEix 52H5 ruwuer pure 'of i' , DOUGLAS & SMITH. MUTTON, VEAL, FISH, Ham, HERTEUSTCOMPLETE SPRING e MEDICINE 'ay Your PJ-Cl'- j has. BEEF, Art ' la iNi . Rralrfacf Rarnn (f0 country it 11 t ,rilM flJty M0. .- - tv Sal" over-solicito- Prompt Delivery. V hot-hous- ;.;;:; lira, Lawn-Sprinkl- "t'i..?hiT. ATTHE HELL R. N. & B. R, R. In ' Table No. " t Vi r 4. ffflj'1 E 3l a iiii i -l X Hr3-"-- ... jJT - " ppt-Al- CT. it 515-0- - 0 L. & H. E. If h's - ... Idea over-indulge- nt -- 7htQ Jel-lico- y a- RAN ... Alcohol Cure!! pzv:sseS'cQ52Es;'' knowldc Cf.-cenn- ati ' i t, taln hfi r I Claek, &8fS-Consultat- f 10-1- 0 out-goin- over-indulg- JASPER, If col-lcg- Notice! 7 Pa5 Out-goin- be-cau-so Out-goin- - t Out-goin- -- 4.4R Subscribe for the CSimax. ... 6upor-structu- re i" TICKLES .... LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. ke Kfe .i'y. ... 'Ii nt -- Madison Monumental Works. - iliiilS h. 1 PfiINT AND L PftPER SROP - n J Rii-limon- giv-v$5- .1 Mr-stew- l',, theoternaCi4 i is r!f- an-ise- d E? ud . a -- - a - " 5, - - - - j in fl haged her ionr ciaiuren and uereatu - vc. it J- -11 ..- - ?- - if L s l - -- ' j - ? -- ; 1 a - j ' B9lii91--H v r- - a mug, urv, wv iu -m - ' ; s b- ss ". r Z e SjiP--isi i , - --- " s - "j. 1! Ii u !f . ".. - - r, i . i i j . - - Kr rT-il- .&. ii BT H: EE.t iMfr-w-aau- HnhJ r . V-J- i l W" TUB -- " Ht?flB-B- v"v j HbH-1-S- The club which was organized at Hicholasville a week ago, as the FRENCH TIPTON, Editor. result of Hon P. Wat Hardin's speech D. P. ARMER, - Haxaoeb. there advertised a big meeting Saturday, but when it came to a show of noses only PUBLISHED EV2BT WKDNESrU-BY eighteen could be counted Is this a fair The Glimax Go. bample of etrength of the who will capture (?) the approaching State convention ? Register. I'ltICK 1'ER 1KA11, $1.50. The Register does not comprehend the resources of the silver men in case WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. - - 1896. oi an emergency. For instance, in a recent meeting in Richmond, John TipCANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENTton was made committeeman in Union precinct, notwithstanding he has been FOK COXGKKSSS. dead several years. A party or element John S Owsley, of Lincoln county, is of a party who can raise-thdead can do a candidate for Congress, to represent anything ele- the Stlt District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AS ERRONEOUS IDEA' OF MEXICO. Pyoe Fohbe, of Shelby county, is n candklute for Congress, to represent Free silver men delight to refer to the the Sth district, subject to the action of prosperity of old Mexico, and point with the Democratic paity. piide to such eveideuces coming from a silver monometallic country. Rut they FOR JUIXJE OP THE COTRT OF AWEAJJS. are not aware that Mexico's prosperity Juikje V S. Pkyor, of Henry county, is comes not from Mexican mono, or from a oHHtli.btte for of the office of J any effect of Mexican financial legisla JMe oi the Court of Appeals, froth this tion. Money is pouring into Mexico itffcirkt, Habjeet to the action of the Dem- from the United Ssates and invested ocratic jwrtv. in undeveloped resources undeveloped mines, timber, coffee, sugar and, grazAjippllate Committee Jlrotii). ing lands and many other enterprises. Meeting of Committee of Fifth Appel" Mouc.) is put into Mexican investments late District of Kentucky field at Paris, by such men as the Embrys, late of this May 13, 1896. Meeting called to order county, the Greenes, late of Montgomery, by Capt T. E Moore, Chairman. On thousands of others all over the country. motion J. C Cantrill, of Scott county, Money goes to Mexico just as it goes to was elected Secretary. MexCripple Creek or Middlesboiough. Motion made and seconded that if no ico's improvement is from the same other candidate than Judge Pryor cause that makes Valley View and Ford himbolf for Judge of the Court grow. Either of those lumber villages, of A jfeate before the tenth day of June, on the border of our county, has had 1SW, the Chairman of this Com- more new houses in a year than Richmittee shall declare J wige Pryor as the mond, but the same money legislation Democratic Bowiuee. prevails at Valley View, Ford, In cae there shall be a contest for the and Cripple Creek. ofltee of Juh;e of Court of Appeals from Do the free silver men know that this diet riot, the County Committee of while citizens of the United States are each county siiall determine the manner building and improving in Mexico, that in which delegates shall be elected to thousands of Mexicans are working for Ote final convention. G to 1G cents a day? Do they know that Kicbmoiid, Frankfort and Lexington the forked-sticplow and t e wagon were pltteed in Domination as the place wheels buwed off of the end of a log are for hohling the Sital convention. On to be seen in use in all parts of Mexico? the call of counties, Richmond was Do the- know that thousands of Mexselected. Motion made and carried that icans sleep on the ground and go barethe fiaal convention be held at footed all winter? Do they want "free Thursday, June 25, 1S0G, at 12 silver in the United Stales that laboring o'clock. , men may be degraded to a level of MexMotion made and that the ican laboring man ? How many MexCommittee adjourn smr die. icans there are who cannot write, who T. E. Moose, Ch'in'n., cannot afford shoes, who have not a J. C. Gxstxbju Sec'ty , Bourbon Co. square meal in a year, the? good Lord Sceit county. only knows. free-silv- er THE CLIMAX. Printing YES. THEY CAN RAISE THE DEAD. OUT TO GRASS. mine Monday to make a thorough canvass for Insurance. A Chicago commission firm said in the Dry, hot, sultry weather has been (hit last issue of the Rreeders Gazelto: "By programme hero for weeks and one small this time it has become a matter of his- pl.ower Thurf-dagave some relief tory that laBt week was the lowest on B. F. Tankerely, while plowing corn record for good heavy cattle since the opening of these yards, thirty years ago one mile south of here on the farm of last Christmas. Two years ago the light Mr. Wash Cates, caught a large rattle to snake Saturday which measured 3 ieet handy cattle so'id from tweny-fiv- e forty cents lower than the lowest time 2 inches from head to tail and had five last week, but the daily list of sales has rattles. He will ship his snakeship to Cincinnati.-- t below the Zoo at showed so many good CATTLE TURNED .. . never cattle $3.5)0 - e as were reported last week." To this the Gazette adds: "The number of s cattle turned out on grass from the the past few Hays has been somewhat remarkable. "Nearly every commission man at the yards has received ndvice from his customers stating that owing to the low prices they prefer to hold cattle until July or fall. Nearly all the cattle in the Indian Territory have been turned on grass; also in Western feed-lot- t Yallo7 Yicw. Mn Henry George, member of thellrm of Wharton & George, went to Frankfort Monday, returning Tuesday. Dr. Elmer Northcntt and wife wen; in Lexington Wednesday and Thursday. M. F. Wharton made a business trip to Louisville Thursday. 14 year-ol- d Claiborn Adan-sson of J. W. Adams, was hit by a thing piece of timber while at work at M. F. Wharton's saw mill last Thursday and was badly hurt, which kept him confined to his 1 am glad to room lor several days note that he is impioving and will be out in a few days. Mr. John Masters, of Arnett & Mas ters, insurance agents at Nicholasville, was here last Thursday on btipiness. Rev. T. B Scott, of Jellico, Tenn , but formerly of Jessamine, accompanied by his daughter, Miss Nellie and Master Howard Spates, visited his sister in J. L. Sowers, 'thiirsday. Mr. J. H. Buigess was at High Bridge Friday and stayed over until Saturday. He reports work on the new lock pro- gressingat a rapid rate. Mr. Herbert Poston, of Patriot, Ind., is visiting his brother and family, Harry II. Poston and will remain an indefinite time. The local editor of the Register who is knowu far and wide because of his liars column which appeals in that paper and no other (?) stales that Manager G. A. Roy will have this town incoiporated and take in Richmond and other tirall places. It needs to be done or Valley lew correspondents will have to copy right their items piping water fron Jessamine countv as an iiibtauce of breaking the fuuitii commandment. , law-Mr- t Is onlr another name for unpnr blood, for no person is weak and nervous whoso blood is perfectly pure. "When the blood is full of the germs of disease, and lacking in the red corpuscles which give it yitality, when it fails to properly nourish the organs and tissues of the body, what can you expect but that tired feeling and nervousness? Of course Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Catarrh and Rheumutism are universally recognized ns blood diseases, for which Hood's Sarsaparilla, as the beet blood purifier, is everywhere ackniowled the greatest remedy. Therefore, as Hood's Sarsaparflla cures all blood diseases, it is the best remedy forthatcondition of the blood curing your nervousness when you are talcing a preparation which only quiets yonr ncrvea I It is like trying to "drown" your sorrows in the flowing bowl. They arc sure to return. "We wish to make moat irnoressive, then, this truism: You cannot purify your blood by deadening or quieting your nerves with opiate, narcotic or nerve compounds. If you take 6uch articles you are only trifling with your troubles. There is soke to bq a reaction which will leave you worea tban you were before. Why not then, take tho true course, to the state of follow the health, purify your blood and cure your Nervousness by taking bce-lin- o iervousnoss jdgj!iiBialaialiaBfaBiig snF3 ra73 kTBraMMUHraJl isn! isnl uitrtrrciripinituLi rainl raF3 raraJ mraJ kinrl JarnJ EimJ jjral rarnjliamJ KjrnJ IrarJ ssr-5- , ani .1' &?. m 5 U-- s .t - Lvuiu tap ilUU UF H Ornrun 9 1 1 Inn cj 1 HTi KHEIMR Y J. ST 1 EL J 13 JI cO) which causes 2?ervousncss. It is a false idea to think you are 1 Kansas. Many who have gone to market with the view of buying feeders have returned home tnd bought their neighbors' cattle out of the feed lots "at much lower prices than feeders sell here and turned them out on grass. A letter from an Indian Territory man states that it will be a month before many corn-fe- d cattle will be shipped owing to a general turning out of cattle on grass. Local cattlemen have advised holding back stock in order tLat the present accumulation of dresssed beef can be moved The abundant raing and nice weather have made fine pasture everywhere." NASBY ON SILVER. A LETTER WIU1TEX IN i In order to give every one an opportunity to seenre 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 var? from this, as we will be COMPELLED TO SAY NO. BEAR IN MIND THAT ONLY CASH WILL GET THESE GOODS AT THE PRICES NAMED. Bargain Ho. A real good a 1. 35c, will be sold from Bargain CASH. Mo. 2. chIi. .,. - East Black Hose, regular price CASH. 9 to 10 a.m. for 2oc. Full standard Indigo blue calicoes, fancy calicoes, light shirting will be sold from 10 to 11 a. in. for 4c. an-oic- es 187S AND HErUB-LISHE- Sarsapanlla and abusing Alexander Finally, about 11 o'clock, a. m., he came back and found Jack sitting on the porch in front of the saloon. They clinched and Steers drew 11 gun and 6hot Alexander. The ball entered below the heart aud penetrated the lung and kidney and lodged? againt a rib. Mr. Wilder, yard master, arrested Steers, who made no resistance. He was lodged in jail. Mike Crow was also put under arrest but was released late in the evening and allowed to go to Lexington where he has a brother Paris Republican. Military Expedition to Stanford. A. hundred aud eighty persons including the C. U battallion and attaches a hundred strong, went by special train to Stanford last Saturday. Many are the regrets that we could not accept Capt. Wygant's invitation to go with the little army. The expedition was perfect in eery way not an accident or mishap; not a mistake. It was a jolly good outing, and everybody that went was sorry that all his or her friends didn't go. Aud the people of Stanford w'y, from Commandant Wygant down to the urchins, who btood 011 the roadside and watched the train go by, including the boys who cocked the cannons and pulled the triggers thereof, and especially the soldier boys and the pretty girls and old maids and married people who were along all unite in plaining Stanford audits people; more especially the people. Carriages, dinners, flowers nods, bends and breezes every thing free and in abundance. All were sorry when the time was up to come home. Fire Insurance Hates liaised. Office HOO &i Lonsdale Bargain 14J-yard- s JSTo. 3. - Bargain 10-4 Mb. 9-1 4. 1 AS TIMELY JUST NOW. tlt Cgnfedkit X Roads, (Which is in the Slate of Ky.) March Gth, 1S78. The 6ilver bill is passed, but the Corner hezeu't, as yet, experienced the relief that it expected Bascom sed promptly that he wuz a citizen, and shbod take silver. Uv course he'd watered I113 whiskey to meet the depreshiated currency he wuz to be paid in, but he felt tolerable w ell after all. Silver wuz better than nothin' and he felt that times cood but help improve with bilver made legle tender. "Gentlemen," he sed, "silver is now moneyaud I shel take it. Come up with your silver and wipe off youf indebtedness, or yoo git nothin' more at this bar" What wuz we to do? We didun't nonem us Lev any silver any more than we Led greenbax. Wecoodn't any uv us pay, and the people are .' AH that we have got out uv it is a dopresiated article uv licker, which, ef our promises is good for anything, gives Bascom jrost that much more profit. The dettor class ain't profited at all, for it can't git no silver to p.iy with. Ef the government hez any mercy onto us at all it will proeoor a car load of silver to wunht, to be distnbitid pro-rat- a among the citizens; that would giv us releef. Unless the government does this the silver bill is a mockery and a deloosion and a snare. Uv what gowl if it to say to me, ''You can pay off your debts at a discount with silver" when I ain't got no silver and can't git it? Ef I had an sekoorities to put up, I could pay my debts in paper money or gold ; for good collateral I can borrow all I want now. To give us the releef we want either the government hez got to supply us silver, or let me carry out my project uv munitsipal baukin'. Either will do. But to leave it is holler mockery ; it'b giviu' us a stun when we asked for bred. It'sgivin' us hope of tuthin' when the realization uv it is ez fur from us ezever. Wat good ez it to me to make silver legal tender onk'ts you pervide me wiih silver to tender? I ain't got no silver and can't see Low I am going to get any. I;want either a car load of uv silver. in the Corners, or I want unlimited munis&ipal bankin'. One or the other is neccessary to meet the wants uv men like myself, for which all finanseering projects are made. Men who Lev the faculty for woi kin' and to whom licker law-abidi- n' mur-merindis-tribit-id bleached cotten, Mason ville bleached cotton, Fruit of theJLooui bleached cotton, will be sold in this way: 111 yards for bold to one person, from 11 to 12 m. iSl.00; only CASH. Pepperal bleached sheeting, ISc; Pepperal bleached sheeting, p. ni. ,10-- 4 1'epperal brown sheeting, 10c. Will be sold Irom 12 to CASH. Bargain 3To. 1 5. 2G Bargain 9c, from 2 to 3 p. in. Mb. 6. i rive iiumirou yams mi wooi .uress ucous, tne newest euects in weaves, lour regular 50e goods, will be sold for 35c, from CASH. to 2 p. m. pieces Mayfair Lawns, our regular price 12Jc per yard, will be s.j.i CASH. j k - Bargain Twedty-fiv- e Mb. 7, pc; 10c Bargain Mo. 8. Hambuns will be the ban: tin sale from 4 to 5 n. m. Tie Hamburg Hauiburgsat 71c; loc Hamburgs at 12Jc ; 20: Hamburgs at ! " so on. All tiamburgd will besol latspecul Bar 'am hoursale, from 4 ; Rich-BMHt- d, Kev. Jess Uullwel hlled his last ap pointment at Antioch Christian church on Tates creek last Sunday. A largo ciowd was in attendance from the surrounding country who came on horse back in buggies, etc., briuuing with them baskets filled with delights to epu.urit.ni which was the piominent feature of the day. The belles of Jolly Ridge and the beauties bf lower Tates creek vied with each other in fine head gear which has been extolled far and wide bv the Regis ter's Perkins and New by correspondent) when writing about their millinery es- taliliphments of their respective "burgs." It was said "that the belles weieuotin it with the beauties when it came to fine pieces colored French India Dimities, our regular price 30c, CASH. will be sold for 20c per yard from 3 to 4 p in. wco-nde- moil ly.1CIl. t- - Dvii'inp: eacli lioni An. A. P. AIOU ICBUSfUCWU A- - Ijo&tility to McKSnley PEOPLE J1UST UK TAXED TO SUPPORT IDLE CONVICTS. - The Cum as is in favor of free silver at a mtien of 32 to 1. The finances of the country are all right let'em alone. Ybb, Carlisle voted the straight Democratic ticket lat November. worth of silver in a silver 4oUar and jmbody will object to the free coinage of silver. ( Pct a dollar's Bsabley is taming the rascals oat oi the penitentiary as fast as the Gov. coaite can tend them there. fw Smith, ReiKiblican candidate for Caagfses, carried Shelby county, to 8wj-hodv-s surprise, and is right close after the pereiiBmon. A money but goM money, but that all HtuBey shall be as good as gold can oolb standard does not inean no anybody object to that? bo well for Democrats and alike to keep their off eyes on JhJko M. Davison, of Lincoln, Republican candidate for Congress. A "VVaco man sends us an article on the Free Coinage of Iron," which we slU iHtblieli next wek, and which is as proper as free coiuage of silver at 1G It will tol Thehe is now and always has been ouowgh oey in the National Treas-ur- y to jy tlie Government expenses, and froe wlver wouldn't put any more money into the Treasury if it were needed there. When-- Wat Hardin told Jhe court howse audnswe that certain of Carlisle's five famous propositions were fallacies. le okher dhl not know the meaning of the won! fallacy, or thought his audi-dientre A dozen years ago a great cry went up about the working of convicts on the railroads in competition with "honest" labor. Who were those "honest" laborers? They were Virginia negroes, Hungarians and Italians. What matter if the convicts did come in competition Hut nothing would quiet the howl but a return of the convicts within the walls, where they could not compete with 'honest" labor. But they did compete with skilled labor. Their competion broke up the largest chair factor" in the South Iong Bros., Other factories and shops suffered by reason of this competition. Not satisfied with putting the prisoners back within the walls, they muat, for humanitarian reasons, be taken out of the hands of levees, and placed in charge of the State. No penitentiary in Ameiica pays running expenses that is run by the State State operation of the penitentiary has lost money. The Treasury has been depleted and the State wont receive State warrants in pay for chairs made by the convicts and sold to a chair compan Ry reason of this refusal of the State to accept its own paper, half the convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary are idle. Now the Eddy-vill- e neniteutiary has burned without insurance and all its convicts are idle. This is the prison built to accommodate at slated and rapid intervals ain't a necthe convicts that were at work on rail- essity, manage to get along without Ef they are goin' to roads. Advocates of that prison "guarI want them to do suthin' anteed" that it would be built in six months at a cost of $75,000 to $150,000. practicle. Petroleum V. Nasby, It has cost millions and is not complete. Finanseer. We foretold all these misfortunes and said that finally the people would have to pay taxes to support idle convicts. The convict law and the new constitution the latter of which we opposed as . CORRESPONDENCE. strenuously as theformer killed railroad 1 B building in Kentucky. with-them? We will also add each hour something new and make special hour BARGAIN PRICES just to stimulate this great unprecedented sale. These goods will be sold at nrices named as long as we have any in the house, but don't fcr- get 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. YOURS FOR BARGAINS, sales we Avill add special Ta:rfain prices in ', j 1 j j ! hats " sup-ose- d finan-seerform- e, !. 1 did tot-Di-rha- HORSE AND SULKY. Berea. Squire U. S. Coyle has returned from Richmond where he made quite a reputation as a worker for the county's interest in the magistrates court. His nose is about inch longer than it was before going. The college has had some new walks put down between the town and the railroad which are quite an addition to the convenience of the public. President Frost6 yellow straw hat is very becominjand his smiling countenance shows to good advantage under it. A. J. Hanson has returned from Cincinnati, whero he went to buy in a new supplyof goods. The new Methodist church near here, known as 'Hayti" is now under roof and workmen are busy laying the floor and the finishing touches are to be put on in the nearfntute. when a largo dedication will be had mid an old time Methodist love feast and basket dinner will be given. The blackberry crop promises to bo JbjweM. J. and Col. John A. Hodges had afight in the Leader office at Lexington, over Carlisle's visit to Kentucky, in which Hodges, free mlver got a small quantity of Wood drawn from the side of his cranium fallacy k "an argument," says Wt4er, which apparently settles a A quuMion, liutin reality. and is not a proposition, being the second step, or pretended proof of a proposition and when Hnrdin called Carlisle's five propositions falfact 1ms exhibited gro&s ignorance or unpardonable cusednei-s- . AT FIRST A MTTLK CLOUD. Spain continues to tinker with the United States. Two more straws have been laid on the camels back a note has been sent by Spain to the Powers, that the United States has violated lie, treaty agreements with Spain; a Mil has been introduced in the Spanish Hoae annulling the treaties. M'KIXLKY AXI) SOUND 31H.VKY ig WILL WIN' AT ST. LOUIS. Wednesday's Climax mention was mada that McKiuley already had enough iaatraetcd vtes to insure his nomination at St. Ixtuie. Since then, Missouti. North Carolina, West Virginia, Colorado, Wyoming and Washington have instructed far liim. McKiuley Will be therefore nominated on the first ballot. Aeto the financial dank of the St. Lutiige9Hrwiiion, IheDeverNews.a has watched silver organ.-the'ttrrwientkn closely, says "It will be ageld standard." Of Friday's par-tkoajrat la Ed Geers is stationed at the Louisville track with (22) twenty-two- , including Robt J. 2.01 1, Fantasy" 2:06. the fastest mare of tier age that was seut last year; Bright Regent 2:08, Nightingale 2:08, etc. Nightingale fell dead Friday Ed. Mike Bowennan is credited with the fastest mile over the Lexington track this season behind Hattie R., trial 2;15J- Nancy Hanks has foaled a handsome filly by Arion 2:07?, and has been bred to Bingeu (2) trial 2:123- Azote 2:04, trotted (19) nineteen heats in 2:10 or better Inst season, while Beu-zetsix. Nightingale seven and Alix Klumath four each. The vetran driver, Wm. H. Doble, died at his home near Philadelphia. Pa., on Satardny, May the 3rd, at the advanced age of"80 years. He was the oldest driver of trotting horses; he was the firbt to drive a trotter better than 2.17 in'public, which feat he accomplished at My6tic Park, June 2nd, 1872, behind Goldsmith Maid. Quitea crowd assembled at the Richmond fair grounds on Saturday last and the interest shown made it very eucour aging for the breeders, and made it look something like it has in the das gone by. B. H. Neale worked a quarter in(35J) seconds and .a yearling colt by Time Onward 6tepped an eighth in 19 seconds. This colt is simply a wonder and has been pronounced by all who have seen him as a most promising youngster. The same stable has in ft a filly by Time Onward, out of the dam of Wliirligig2:10,thalisavery promising individual. , ta two-year-ol- d Coiurado endorsed free silver, th for lollowiug- - theprovided Republican standard even with a sound plonk. Washington announced straight outforsound money. x The talk of our free silver brethren that a free silver Democratic nominee at Chicago would arry the Republicans of the West is jnobably only lallu. Those JJepublicans dQubltess prefer a sound money Jiepttblicao to a free silver Den ocrat. but it also endorsed Senator Walcott, their sound money Senator, and had no the Republicans .clause permitting to belt the convention. "Wyoming, while decLiviug fpr free silver, Mr. R. P. Fox was out with some o his Hooker youngsters, among them he iild bv Richmond Drut? Co. and W. G. White. has some very promising ones; a gray filly out of Medock mare, walked a quarMOST IN QUANTITY. BES7INQUALITV ter in 45 seconds, which was quite good early in the season;. foro Mr. H. C. Traynor has quitea good 8SRs f string this year, the pride of his stable being n sorrel two year old colt by "ElecH UP tioneer" the colt paced quarters last WHITE'S CREftfl fall at a 220 gait and should certainly 9 S?i go very fast Ihis year. .ET&.ssaprw'g" lnriKtonSi,' Mr. Robt. Walker has eomeverj' promj here Saturday. fJr.. FOR 20 HAf?S . " ising colts this spring out at John Gib in rrcnald tiaiu wtt ; Has led all VORM Remedies. i ji trc- O'for Pff,. y. r.t ucuuiauuHuu.) 10 sou's? Among the best is a .u.t.iutwiii; uuu ,.tr. i Our-- .utee Cnro or A,Fof!(' nf'l ji'y'FTonblrttfr99.goWbrrtroclstAJlJr lilly'by" Young Jim, out of a mare by will bengals day here, TlirtiifwrulM EFj:uitKiiC4X.JVBSw, curcas. people are eipected l Sold by Richmond Drug Co 'audfW . G' Harry' Wilkes and a r.rmnpsoS siKDivisE co., st itzi, f " Clianey leaves for Je53;.fj "White J. J 2i , Mx.J. b? Emperor Wilkes, man. - Briefly, the trouble came up in this way: W. H. Steers and Mike Crow,-whcame from Richmond in a freight train, railed at Hugo Alexander's saloon, where Jack was acting as bartender, and according to the r, Conference. asked for a drink of hisltey. Mr. Benge is fast completing his Steers, says lie pstf for the whiskey, ani it will soon be ready to oc- Alexander savs he did not, yl row occupy. curred and Alexander struck steeWPiu The Berea Ijand is making ' 6ome nice the face. Steers tnok mortal' offen&e. He remusic ami wjll be in- - excellent trim for turned several times each time swearing commencement in June. Mr. C. B. (lihnore visited his mother WEAK K2Ea B3ASE YlBOBSes! at Kingston last week. 5, ifccSfc? Married at the residence of Mr. Reu- -' W W L.8! k ben Kirby by Elder J no. G. Fee, Mr. if H fe ,y ks- - v &L Kirby, his bis- Sam Kirby to Mrs. 'KT- -' 1 ifico supper was spread C'OAY- S'"0At. "KY. 3hi .t. and the giies,ts were a few ueighbors and relatives. It celt rtoiwfuljr aud qulcfcly Cjresf?ir.-.' Voitp men Terrain yl mn o Mr. Leonald Garrett' and Miss Mary others oiei reenter yoaihiil Tlpor. AbvoltlvO'tn 1 Hill went to; Richmond last week and Impten-- y, A irhtlyl ci3fOcs. T.osl io eltber ana t'lHItnB Memo-- -, WuttlnrX o3t, ca-- c, were married by Suire Coyle. all tfutt it ttlf aTrme cr ;te iCTtllva. Wrrd er!nEnl nnU OttJERvt jiichardson, of Con,way, was 1 It tdrrsrclst l?moOAWOrhl.asKn!jil..in . Mr. S. B. bar-keepee abundant and plentiful. Rev. M. Curtis, a graduate of the Lexington Bible College, Is now holding a meeting at the "Glade" church and in all probability will be called to its pastorate. The house there has been recently painted and remodeled and papered and is now a beautiful chapel. Rev. Green B. Todd has returned from Perryville where he attended District This Association having information tsr?tu tliat the City Council of Richmond has passed an ordinance taxing each of tre Fire Insurance Companies doing business at that city Fifty Dollars ($5000) rtiJa per year: Resolved .that the companies doing" 7HJB business at Richmond, Ky. be required PI to collect fifteen per cent. (15 per cent) mm additional premium ou all business written on property located within the corporate limits of that citv, the same to be IHUal added by Pink Slip attached to policies and to be in force and effect so long as the license tax of is colMM lected from the companies. Ancient Miiiicy. This order to take effect on all business Frank Galloway, of Berea locality, E2 written on and after June 1, 1896. was in the Climax office Saturday and By order of Executive Committee. two specimens of continental exhibited J. T. A siiBitoojc, Secretary. money. One of them reads : "One ffils No. 156. Twenty Shilling Pound. MAR- Current money of Virginia, pursuant to LOUISVILLE TOBACCO mm KET. ordinance of Convention, passed- - 17th July, 1775. J. H. Horton. Twenty Shillings." PUBLISHED BY GLOVEU A DUUKETT, LOUIS The other bill reads: "Eighty Dollars. VILLE TOllACCO WAKEHOU&E. The bearer is entitled to receive eighty Spanish milled dollars, or an equal bum Saleson our market this week just ffiJB in gold or silver, according to a resolu- closed amounted to 1,599 hhds. with retion of Congress of 14th January, 17711 ceipts for the same period 1,126 hhds. Eighty dollars " On the back are thete Sales on onr market since January 1st words: "Printed by Hall & Sellers, 1779." amounted to 72,782 hhds. Sales of the Also 'The United Slates North America crop of 1S95 on our market to this date Mr. Galloway has several hundred dol amount to C9.652 hhds. lars of this money. It descended to him We have had another week with a volfrpm his grandfather, Lt. John Galloway, ume of business extremely srrall on our a soldier of the Revolution, who lived in market and with no especial activity in the vicinity of Whites Mill. Every prices. A slightly stronger feeling has Fourth of July it was the old man's cus- prevailed for the common grades of bur-le- y tom to collect his children and grand aud for the medium grades of old children about him, get out his roll of goods. The otierings are mainly commoney and say : "See what your old posed of tobacco prized many weeks ago grandfather got in the Revolution." and in generally unsafe condition, and Just when the old soldier settle'Uat this fact, to sotneextent, accountsfor the Whites Mill is not known, but he died extremely low range of values which are there 72 years ago. current. Some slight local rains have This money ' has the stamp of the occurred during the week, but as yet no Government on it," but the eighty dol- progress of consideration has been made lar bill isn-'- t woi th SO cent- s- in fact, iu transplanting hurley. No doubt the isn't worth a continental. first good general prizing season will be filloweil by larce receipts and sales on (iocs to Paris and Kills a Man. The news spread rapidly over the our market and course of values will be town Tuesday just before noon that Jack largely controlled by the extent of the planting. Alexander, a popular citizen and a Trash (dark or damaged)S 1 00 to 1 50 mechanic, had been shot and Common colory trash 2 00 to 4 00 mortally wouuded by a drunken railroad Medium to good col trash 4 00 to C 00 Rev. R. B. Baird and Rev. T. B. Scott will begin aseries of meetings at Syloam next Sunday. It is a fact known only to a few of Valley View's citizens that one of the finest suluhur springs to be found in the state is located here. Our older residents cm remember when it was once famed asalocal watering place It is lo cated in the bed jf Tates creek about 100 yards from the river. The band bar at the mouth of the creek has been made within the last quarter of a century and as a const quence the tprmg has been covered over bv mud and drift lo a depth of 5 or G feet. William Coyne was run over by the west bound 4 o'clock passenger train Saturday evening near Haden'sand had his riiiht arm so badly mangled that amputation was necessary. Drs. Northcutt of this place, and Helm, of Spears, performed the operation. Coyne was about 23 years old and had been working for AVm. Burgess of this place, but had attended a picnic at Haden's with the re suit as above otated. II. M. Morgan shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Monday. H.J.STREK6. jgjaffilg SMBfrBfTalpliliTrilgp iQJUllJg bwisi? THJsiTriJsrraiiMnMMlllTHJaraarryiai IllrBfrBfTdWjrilfl SllIrrSlEiFErrHlrBirErr fr- 0 riti m rpHJ a nyj ifgj usJcli QJk! sIfJPJtMJeMeJ MlJeMlr JHrEnEininriErJi rota rcita i of Kentucky and Tennessee Hoard of Fire Underwriter, J.'ix 711s 713- and 714 Columbiu Building Louisville, iy., May 11th, 1800. - ea rtJta i il - jianEitTarj3arrn& i i rruta fr rota rcita rota rtuta li I i . TOT11K ASSOCIATED COMPANIES: SPECIAL FOK IIICIIMUND, KY tela iV a Irwlrwwwvvyy B jarr rc.i2J i . I rr-,r,I,,- ,,I r rtua rtuta rata rtuta rtuta mita rasa i i i i illr-illmi-ill- i i raa i rcjts: ' rcj'--a i I IrriTTI r rata rcitzi I ' I rn rnj'i1 : i en r i rats I frrT i nr - I ii- - i sp ills Fifty-Dolla- rs ,,k f THIS SPRING THAN EVER BEFORE.. 11 IP pi Ipj ft t. fe n&m& 'lS&r y 0 iivis mic?c& iTilia l.s?. c.14. cscsi l?$k Y? BECAUSE WE GIVE NEW GOODS AND AND BEST STOCK IN THIS MARKET BETTER VALUES. LARGEST B m f rs. YOUTH t. . well-kno- lip m Common lugs not colory 2 00 to 4 50 to Common colory lugs Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00 to Medium to good leaf Good to fine leaf Jo 00 tn Select wrapper- - leaf IS 00 "lo DR. PEFFER'S IVfiL-TANS- Y 4 7 0 8 15 18 22 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 PILLS EVERYTHING A MAN OR BOY NEEDS. Hats Fur and Straw, Men's Shoes, Neglige Shirts, and E tjr. I NEWDLSCOVETir. NEVEKPAILS. a new, reaM.10 aca we ronoi iort.ii p. pre. cd. csce. lc, scanty or intqftil inentturaltoo. "owRsedbyover8C0 !adff. Jot igoratf tlieea organs, lie vara of dflnmrfm Imft&ttnv. Vflfnn 82 rer Ijojc, smaU box tl. tnv In p'oin Trrappsr. Send J- - In plumps for jnrtisulars. ScM hy locc delrtortWrr- - I'EPFKRMKDl. OALAShOCIATIO.i, Chkums IU. flr. Lyt LJ3 iQsS ? II GET wi2 c- - 'v Tr ." mmrailP! BHE88fg 'grows - wl-e- lief IV i f TjjJEBI in! li w apaaipgiBpli m A1TD . BifE? Si RicfeiDor?d, Kq. i1 jpHia?1 1 ! . vi S-- two-year-o-ld lr. i TDsSt-osSct- , f n-- 6."il thrte-yfiar-oldl- ly m 'srjfseNm jay iBJpaSjpBB ill - li - (I it- - I mm gje! i " THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. MAY 20. Green B. Milller's pension increased. hasbei!n He Strawberry supper, court house yard, Friday night, 6 to 10 o'clock 25 cents benefit of Infirmary. Crab Orcbanl Springs will bo open Harry T. Strother, son of George W this season. Strother, formerley of this place, and Not a cool day since the first spring Miss Lena Donaldson, eloped from Winchester and were married. day appeared. Mr. A. B. Ely, of Peebles, Ohio, and went wet in the Miss Ada Ely, this place, were married local option flj'lit. at the home of the bride's parents Dr. Bosley, of Winchester, has lo- Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock by cated at Red House. Rev. John Pond, of Kirksvillo. The Coinmandery decorations at cost at couple left immediately after the for Peebles, Ohio, where the groc m Covington & Arnold's. has made preparations for his d is doing well at White Elder Combs bride. J. B. Ely and Miss Carrie Oal Pond go hoar him. McKinney accompanied thein as far as Two wild dogs live in a sinkhole Richmond. Lancaster Record. ne. White Oak Pond church. 31. C. - - 189G. nccqm-plishe- 15 S. mooting at Bear church Fiidsv and hat link v. AVal-lo- v. Patterson is a man of ability-- go hear him at the eourt Itoose Tuesday . Rev. W. A Smith presiding. Officers for the ensuing yean Rev. J. K. Smith, Cohen along with the fair of First Presbyterian Church, President; he's doing a whole lot of gratuitous Prof. J. D. Clark, of the Christian work. Large attendance, church. Secretary Congressman Owons defeated Den- good reports and addresses by Revs. s. Smith, McCown, Young, xc. ny in life ooniust for his seat in eip Con-gnts- Sunday night, at the Christian church in "his place, the annual session of the Madison County Bible Society was held, Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith's lovely home, Westover Terrace, was thronged to meet Mrs. Sallie Marshall Ewing Pope, of . Louisville, State Regent Daughters of American Revolution, who is here in the At a meeting of the sou ml interest of that ijociety. Boonesborougb chapter was money Democrats held at Rich- members, and following with nineteen officers : Mrs. mond, Ky., on May 15, 1898, the A. Wilkes Smith, Regent; Mis3 Salho following commitlee of organiza- Rodes Burnam, Miss Lu-ciF. Crooke, Secretary; Mrs. 0. S. tion was appointed in the several Holton, Registrar; Mrs. voting precincts in Madison coun Treasorer; Miss Lucia Jason Walker, Burnam, Chapty: Joe Collins, 0. H. Breck. lain. The members not included Jno. E. Greenleaf, AV. R. Shackel- in the list of officers are Mrs. John M ford, W. S. Jones, A. S. Ooyle, J. Foster. Mrs. W. T. Tevis, Mrs. George D. White, Mrs. W. Crooke, Jr., C. D. Chenault, J. Shackelford, Stauton Hume, Mrs. D. B. Mrs. E. B. Hume, Mrs. A. Sullivan, 0. S. Powell, John A. Henry Wygant. Mrs. Robert Farkes, Mershon, John R. Gibson, Owen Mrs. James T. Sbackelford, Mrs. Charles McKee, John Mclvenna, F L Crooks, Mrs. Rutherford Blanton, Miss Caroline Barbour. Mrs. Smith has inauWardrope, T. J. Smith, Jr., H. O. gurated a noble work, and will certainly Rice, T. T. Covington, Joe Death-erag- Micceedin gatheringa large membership. Davie McCord, Ed Million. Much good material is yet to be found in Frank Turner, Lee Tom the town andjeounty. - Wilis hi Mousy D. A. G- r- It. JrrLBflBfrHiafJillBifJBfpB fr5JsfJEipillBrJBrr5E3 grriafp BrpgfJra JlilrSlafafBfralBiBfpBlrSlrFi l!3TEI0 7iySr0FrHJ0rR!JErrf guialion. m Vice-Regen- le mm e, O.Brooks,N. B.Deatherage, Green Kolaud, Joe Wagers, O. L. Searcy, ;Wm. Benton, W. J. Collins, W. C. French, Sidney JSToland, L.J. Frazee, Wilson Tate, J. B. Parkes, Alex Gibbs, S. Maupin, Wade Ilgg and Horace Taul were tried Tlte Ferris wheel at Chicago hasbeon Robert Yates, T. J. Smith, D. W. constructed iHto a light house by the before Judge Haggard Friday afternoon Government. Ccuielery Directors. Misj Amy Smith took part in the The cemetery company desires to elect doriaHHttory contest at Stanford last two directors for two years, two for four nibt- years and three for six years. Lot holdRev. Dr. Young will go to Eagles ers should sign the proper papers at Mere, Pa , Chautauqua, in August, to Richmond National Bank. lecture. Heavily Fined. Gambell. of Phelps, Richard Igo, Zena Cobb. ittMr. Wm.U. S. Gauger, Jackson, Breathcounty, is hereat headJas. Baxter, W. A. Williams, Jas quarters. He eays T. M. Morrow, late Noland, Arbor Dunbar, Shelby with the Climax is prospering as e'ditor of the Hustler. Also that Jerry South, Jelt, John A. Turpin, Geo. No-land,- Gibson, Jas Burton, DeJarnett, S. F. recently killed, was a grandson of Jerry South, Sr., many years ago a resident of Madison Appellate Committee. State Teachers' Association program pabltsudd in full on the first page of Cmxax to-da- y. Josiah Patterson, of Tennessee, at the court house in Richmond, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Editor Madara, of the Lexington, is takiBg in Richmond and writing uj matters of interest. -- Jackson, the murderer of Pearl Bryan, most hang, says the jury, and everybody says amen. Republican precinct conventions in Madison county Saturday at 2 o'clock, sars Chairman Wallace. Josiah Patterson, of Tennessee, will make a sound-mone- y speech at court boose Tuesday afternoon. Everybody is expected to decorate Wednesday and Thursday of next week, for the Grand Conmianderv. made a sound money sjxech t Xicholasvilie, Monday, against a r ibhu from Virginia. A. Sullivan fm-ilve- J. Dykes has reoved his grocery from tiie Driggars hoase. near Methodist church, to the EvansJiouse at R. X. L B. depot. Jese John Todd's barn at Paint Lick, containing corn, tobacco and vehicles, bunted, with a loss of 52,000 and no insurance. Prof. Hagemian is now president of College, which is eminently of AlprojHr, as hei is a grandbon-iu-laexander Campbell. Betlny w Dr. Phil Roberts being the lowest biddot was awarded the contract by the Fiscal Court tor doing charity practice of Richmond tor a year. Geo. W. Bain fell from his bicycle in Lexington Saturday and was seriously cancel a number of injured, engagements to lecture. Gov. Stone is expected here to tell lire eo4e what he knows about free silver, and some of them do certainly need the knowledge. The fiscal court appropriated one fifth the cost of a new school house at B.sirw allow lmw many districts will want appropriations next court? Masic Todd, a popular Lexington young lady, killed by an electric car w lute out riding her bicj cle, was a relutive of Mrs. Dr. lloltou, this place. A fellow hired a bike from E. E. McCaun "ftr an hour or so" and got it back by exbret from Sebree, Ky., collect, but he left a coat and oilier articles. J. W. Zariug the mill man, has not tasted any thing but milk for two mouths, yet goes about his daily business as if he were eating a sow and pigs for each meal. Schlegel brought in from his country home, Monday, a large quantity of the finest straw lurries of the season large enough to sell by the dozen instead oi bv the box. Miss Ida Lisle, daughter of T. K. Lisle, of Butler, Bates county. Mo., formerly of Boouesborougb. Madison county, and granddaughter of Kit Harris, died in Kansas City last w eek. A cyclone at Sherman, Texas, and vicinity, killed probably a hundred destrosed vast amounts of prop ern , but we recognize no Madison'coun-t- y names among the sufferers. por-bouT- id Account of Derby Day at Oakley race track, and Cincinnati May Musical Festival the L & N. It. It will sell round trip tickets to Cincinnati on May 2lst, good returning May 22ud, at one tare for the round trip, 8.50. Free and unlimited coinage of silver what does that mean? Why, that is easy to understand! it is this: You are free to go and gel your pockets and hat full of it, and unlimited as to the amount you may want, Charley Waller and family are occupying the home of his father-i- a law, John D. Hamilton, at Union City, and Mr. Hamilton and family are living with his Thompson Keeue, since the death of the tatter's wife. Your "Cousin" Pleas Broaddus has an electric alarm clock at his stable that rings every call for horse orbuggy that is registered during twelve hours, so that your "Cousin" Pleas can't forget any promise thatjic makes a customer. Lexington is excited over a visit father-in-la- made by Mrs. Mary Cecil Cautrill to Mrs. J. Fletcher Johnston, concerning a letter relating to Mis. Cantrill, which she accuses Mrs. Johnston of writing; and report says Mrs. Cantrill carried a cowhide concealed in a handbag. Gov. Bradley has appointed the following named persons trustees of the House of Reform, authorized by the last legislature : W. P- - Walton, of Stanford ; B. P. Conway; Mrs Nellie G Chealem, Louisville; Mrs. Louis Vandell of Lexington, and Mrs. Ohas. Henry, of Rich- mond. The L. & N. R. R. will rjih an excursion to Cincinnati Sumlav May 24th, leaving Richmond at 6 50 a. in., returning leave Ciucincinuati at 9:00 p. m., account of Cincinnati and. Lxmisville ball game, Lndlow lagoon opening, Zoological Ctrden, etc. Fare for the round trip?1.2o. Shiddell, of Owen ; C. S. Powell, of Mad ; ison. A number of counties were rep-in resented by proxy. It was decided by resolution that if Sale For City Taxes. Gooch Marion Hill,' M. M. Miller, there was no other candidate than Judge City Collector D. R. Freeman publish- Theodore Mrs. T. D. Chenault is visiting friends D. V S. Pryor by June 10th Capt. Dunn, John T. E. at Atlanta. es in Climax the delinquent list. Harris, W. F. Powers, Thos. Moore, chairrran of the dihtrict, would It is smaller than usual, notwithstand- J'. Mr. Ernest Cornelison has gone to IlliPowers, O. C. Mc Wil- be authorized to declare him the nomi- nois to look for a home. ing thehard times, which indicates a good liams, A. T. Fish, G. W. Thacker, nee: collector. Miss Margaret Chenault has returned That the county committee use their I. N. Davis, Jno. D. Goodloe,Wm. discretion as to home aiterau absence of several mouths. Died. the time and manner of Frank Elkin died at his home on Sec- Anderson Jas. Anderson, Lafay- selecting delegates to the district conMrs. M. C. Climans, of Mt. Sterling, ond street in Richmond, on Sunday ette Vaughn, Jno. S. Cave, E. T. vention: came over last week to visit Miba Li a That at Richmond, June 25th. district Chenault morning, May 17th, 1S09. aged probably Fish, P. B. Johnson, Isaac Davis, convention would be held. 45 years. Buried Monday, at Parks buryMis Pennick, of Louisville, came up ing ground, near Waco. He leaves a Sohn F.White, John" W. Ballard, last week to bee her laiher, Capt. Adams, Mr. Desha Breekinridge was present wife but no children. Had been sick a L. A. Ballard, S. B. Hume. Joe of the li. N. 1. & B. and used his influence to have the number of mouths with consumption. Ross, Jno Reagan, J. B. Walker, Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln, was up meeting held on the 7thi- - Bourbon counB. F. Tevis, N. B. Coy, Jas. Coy, ty last week, to see his friend, editoi 15is Fis.Ii. voted for Richmond. Eb Hall caught three cat fish in Ken- J. P. Simmons, T. J. Curtis, Irvine Judge Pryor was on hand yesterday Woods, of the Register. Mrs. Rebecca Hunt, a grand-daughttucky River, at the Mouth of Jacks Creek, White, T. J. Douglas, Ed Corne-liso- and perhaps used his influence to keep oi Hie uisiuiguished war Governor, Shelone night last week, that weighed SS his race unmixed with Breckenridge-0v-en- s Hugh Galey, Tom Jones, by, is visiting Mrs. U. D. Cheuault. pounds. One of them weighed 4S politics- Tracey Warner, James Witt, El-zi- e pounds. They were of the mud variety. Miss Emma DeJaruatt and Mr. J. P The cry is now"on to Richmond." Million, T. J. Miller, Squire Paris New 8. Simmuus, Jr., spent iumkiy with Mrs. J. . Special Rates Via. It. X. I. & D. a. Julinsou, nee Aniolu, ai Camp Dick H. B. Land, G. A, Roy, Republican National Convention ! Roberts, CqI. Wilkerson. Kouiiisou. Tickets to St- - Louis June 13th, 14th and Elmer Northcut,W. C. Biggerstaff, It is now Col. W. B. Wilkerson, com15th, good returning June 21st, at one Other committees were appoint- mander of the Fifth Regiment Pythian Mrs. B. B. McDowell, who"speiit.the w.uier witu her daughter, Mis. D. M. fare for the round trip. You can leave ed whose names are not included army. aceis, Louis ville, is .wnii heruaughtei, Richmond at 2:45 p. m. and take breakabove. There will be another He was unanimously elected to that of- Mis. Lit: Holloa. fast in St, Louis next morning. Demo fice by the officers of the Pythian commeeting this afternoon. Mr. Darren White, of Howard county, cratic State Couqention at Lexington panies yesterday afternoon, and at once Mo., a native ol Maiti&ou, is vibitini; lela-livIn kets on sale June 1st, 2nd and 3rd, reassumed the duties of the office. ami old friends here. Ills wile was turning June 0th, one dollar for the Retired After Twenly Years ot Service. Mr. Wilkerson's election to the Miss Uis Arviue, and he is a biolher ui the rouul trip. J. W. Rock, agent. F. M. Cotinan, the mail carrier between at this time is due to the fact Mr. Biutus White. Ho looks well. Richmond and Union City, and between that the office was made vacant by Judge Court of Appeals. the Miss Sieiia l'hithpb, ol Boiling Green that place and Doylesville, has relited, resignation of Col. Romily Mann. Some of our esteemed contemporaries having been underbid He began carryKy., leit ParLs, France, last AVeduesday The election was held in Pythian Hall have it that A. It. Burnam, of Riching in 1S7C, when the route was on North Limebtone street, and was for .New York, and will uo thence to mond, will be a Candidate for the Court and through all these twenty participated in by representatives of the Ciawfoidsville, lud., tier old home, lor of Appeals Judgeship in opposition to years has put the mail down on time, order from Frankfort, Nicholasil!e. ilio summer, licr Dureuls weie near Judge Pryor. Mr. Burnam is an able ram, snow, cold, heat, sickness and acci- Winchester, Richmond and Lexington. neighbors ol Gen. Lew Wallace, author lawyer and could doubtless get the Recontrary. The meeting was called to order at noon oi Ben liar, and he selected the name publican nomination if he wanted it. but dents to the and Major Henry Kruse was made for his little neighbor. Mr. Burnam is also a level headed poliKilled by the Cars. Accotnpaning a fine portrait of the Chairman and Capt. W. D. Smith, of tician and would hardly be prevailed subject, the Louisville times gives th,s The sad intelligence of the death of J. Nicholasville. Secretary. - such an uneven coutest. upon to enteThere were present the following off- sketch Roe Young, Jr., at Scranton, Arizona, Oweuton Herald. a was received here Tuesday morning. No icers: Capt W. D. Smith and Lieuten"A Richmond, Kv., beauty and bell, particulars could be learned save that he ants C. E. Tallert and C. G. Sparks of who bos been recently highly compliHigh School Course. Prof. It. L. Blunton, of State College, had been killed by the train. The boy the Nicholasville companv; Captain F. mented in a society journal published in left Tuesday afternoon for a tour over ws thirteen years old and a grandson of B. Mnrkham, of the Fraukfoit company: New York, is Miss Minerva Park Phelps, Captain John D. Feeney, of AVhite's Di- 60 much admired and so n in the State visiting the public high schools. Hon. W. G. Anderson, of this place. Lancaster Record. vision, Richmond ; Capt. W. A. Adams thiscitj. Miss Phelps has a beautiful The object of these visits is to try and and Lieutenants JohnSplawn and James and Pictutesqe home at Dreaming Creek arrange with the respective institutions Dills, of the Winchester company; Cap- flights and entertains constantly. Seeds. She courses that will fit graduating students Jonathan T.. Estill, the last of the tain George Schange and Lieutenants O. and her 6ister, now Mrs. Col. Cnperton, for entering State College without the usual examinations. Prof. Blauton will name, once numerous in the county, was R. King and John Riddle, of Von have often visited here as the guests of be absent from the city about two weeks. in town this week giing his friends a Moltke Division, and Capt. James C. Miss Bell Palmer, and were much admirvariety of seeds, such as Indian Dent Ford and Lieutenants R. D. Wilson and ed Miss Pheiphs is bright, vivacious Lexington Leader. com, big pop corn, pare white hominy W. C. Henry, of Lexington Division. and chfrminj.', and occupies an enviable Probably a "Fallacy." Col. Wilkerson will appoint his staff position in Madison county society cir corn, mock grape fruit, Australian snake The Nicholasville Journal says; gourd, mammoth gourd holds a bushel. shortly, and this summer the regiment clcs. The Stanford Interior Journal de- The snake gourd has a handle a yard will meet around at the different towns Mr. George Corzelius, bf Hotel Glyn scribes (?) Hon. George M. Davidson, of long and spotted like a in order to lend encouragement to the don, reports a great tour to the Golden snake. Lincoln, who is a candidate for the Recompanies composing the organization. Gate. There was a special train from publican nomination for Congress as "an The regiment will attend the annual New York, one from Boston, one from Fine Dairy Work. Apollo in appearance, a Chesterfield in meeting of the Knights at Covington in Chicago, and a special car each from CinOne day lost week Mrs. C. T. "Wells manner, a Carlible in intellect, and a September and contest for the prize. cinnati and Denver. The party were on made 6lx pounds of butter irom four Demosthenes in oratory. If Davidson gallons of milk, at Lexington Herald. the road one mouth and four days and one churning, It was is that kind of a man Speed Sinilh might traveled thirteen thousand miles. Befine Uavored, hard as ruober, a rich yelAias, What Is Fame! as well withdraw from the race, for the sides the principal cities of California, low color, and in every way a fine artiodds are too great for a plain man like "Once upon' a time," as the story tel- visits were made to Salt Lake, Colorado cle. Mrs. Wells is perfectly at home in the Madison entery to overcome. lers say, a portrait painter came from Springs, Denver, Omaha, and other such work, and could give most house Paris to Richmond to do some work in places. A steamer Trip from the Golden Takes Kffect June 17lh. keepers a pointer. his line. He came into our otllce and Gate was a feature California made up The managers of any turnpike, gravel called for the Paris Kentuckian. It had Are These Figures Correct. a sum of $51,000 tor the entertainment of or plank road shall permit ministers of made a notice of the painter's leaving the party, which consisted exclusively ot As the facts appear to us, the total anthe Gospel to travel on the road without Paris, but got his initials wrong. The hotel men, 560 in all. paying toll, when on ministerial duty, nual fire insurance premiums paid in dicispleof Vandykand Rubens dropped That elegantand extensively circulated and shall charge no toll against scholars Richmond were $20,000. This amount the paper with the solum exclamation, magazine of american beauty and chiv going to or from school, or persons who has been increased by the insurance 'Alas, What Is Fame!" alry, called "Form,"' published in New-are going to or any place of religious companies 15 per cent, or to $23000. Wednesday we mentioned a new ac- York, is again of unusual interest to this worship, or funeral processions going to This increase is the result of the council's cession to the population of Richmond, community, having a splendid portrait or from place of burial ; but if any other action In raising the license from $10 to Mr. Brewer, late of Berea, and unfortu- and sketch of Miss Minva Park Phelps. persons than scholars going to or from $50 per company. There were 40 com- nately, in fact, we might say deuced It says: school and the driver shall occupy a ve- panies represented here. They already unfortunately got his iuitials wrong 'Miss Phelps is the younger of two Now,, if none of them with- and incidentally hicle full toll shall be charged and col- paid $400. referred to him as of sisters, the only children of Mr, and Mrs-- . draw they will pay $1,600 more into the lected from such vehicle." Berea, which, in the way we used it, Thomas Phelps. She is tall, queenly, treasury. For this $1,600 more paid in was correct, yet not in the sense of pres- and strikingly graceful in her carriage, A Fair This Year-to the treasury by the companies, the ent residence. Mr. Brewer drops us a has beautiful liuht, sunny hair and blue Matt Cohen, the horseman started out people will have to pay $3,000 into the line to set this awful thing right, and by eyas, and is a handsome representative Monday with a subscription paper, bent pockets of the insurance companies. The way of parenthesis, says a good word for of a familv noted-fo- r its handsome women. on having a fair at Richmond this year, difference is $1,400 against the people. of which movement in this She is a young woman of unusual inteland before night had enough money county he is a leader, and mentions that lectual endowments, with a penchant for subscribed to assure the fair. Lock .S'o. 7. he learned his financial lessons from literature, having spent two years at Dates fixed are July 22, 23 and , beThere is a complete spider web of work the distinguished Mr. Bland,' of Missou- Wellesley College in the pursuit of that ginning on Wednesday. going on in the vicinity of Lock No. 7, There is every reason why Richmond just below High Bridge, on the Ken- ri. But he fails to say w here or from-who- study. Gifted in conversation, she also ho learned his Republican doc- possesses the rarer gift of writing beautishould have a fair, and none why she tucky river. An army of men under trine, which he brought to Berea with fully and gracefully. Her sister. Mrs. should not. The ample grounds are in Contractor Gray have all sorts and sizes him, and which he recently swapped off James W. Caperton, is also a gifted and an angle of two railroads. There is an of excavating machines moving while forastraighuDemocratic garment. But beautiful woman." " abundance of stock. Let everybody help other big crowds are placing big blocks hear ye him: the fair. Messrs, H. O.Cecil. W. H. Lyon.W of stone, large quantities of lumber and ;a F. Miller, F. M. Walker, G. P. Scott, I. Put the liig Pot in the Liftle One. otherwise preparing to push the big job Richmond, Ky., MAY14th, 1890. F. Pancake D. W. Bedinger have reFor the first time the Grand Comman-der- y of constructing this new public work. turned from Nashville, where they atof the Kontucky Knights Teraplar The merchants of "Locktown," the new Editok Clijtax: The undersined desires to call the attention of the Editor tended the first annual meet of the meets in Richmond. A large number of village," situated under the great cliffs, Southern Inter Collegiate Athletic Assothe best people in the State will be here. are all busy, and the little city equals to one or More Serious Mistakes as ciation. Seven colleges represented. C. It is due them that Richmond put forth Graytown, Central America, in its hust- apears in the Last Issue of the Climax. U won fourth place, getting ten points. I am a citizen of the Citty of Richmond her best efforts. Decorations are in or- ling appearance. There is not an idle man within a radius of ten miles of the Jnstead of Berea, as the Climax would Scott won second on I niilo and mile, . der, clean Btreets and clean Cecil won close second on t mile in 4:49, Abundant sprinkling. Laj aside busi- work, as even the cripples have been bavesome bulejve. Having Purchased a breaking State record. Walker won home here and Expect to remain here, it ness cares for a couple of days and show given something to do, but Contractor third on hiah iumninir. 5 ft. 4 I inches. Report good the outside world what you are Gray does not need any more help. I seems this Correction is Due me, and jWeakiug Stale record. time do. This Kentucky river is now sufficiently low While I am glad to have been what yon can and 1 is an opportunity that does ndt oft- to allow the work to proceed, which it Citizen of Berea want it understood that Bferea's Citizens has many excellent traitB Awarded en present itself. It is a compliment will do all this summer, and it will go with a whoop, too. Nicholasville Jour- of Character. But if rny former places of Highest Honors World's Fair, paid Richmond by the Grand Comman; abode are to Be Credited with the Humdery and doubtless will be appreciated. nal, . ble Paitl take in the Movement to re" Madison Was There, store Silver to Its Proper Place and Koad to bo Opened. Louisville Presbytery convened at Function in this government, 3'rti could On Saturday, the road case pending for some weeks for a dirt road opening Shelbyville, Tuesday, May 5th. Rev. D. as well mputSon the Citty of Lebanon, from Major Harris' to Duncan lanl, was M.J3w eets, late of this place,' preached JMp., where nuder the Roof of that Ster tried before Judge Armer and a jury. the opening sermoiu Rev. Wui. Grow, ling Statesman, and Democrat, Richard The jury sustained the repoit qf the Jr.. also of this place, was received P. Bland, lieleved advise and Manly commissioners and the road will bo from Transylvania Presbytery. He was Couhcelon the Financial question which 9 ojwmed. The land consumed was valued examined, will be ordained and stationed is to dajagitating the minds of Our fel- -' at $10 an acre and belongs to John D. in charge ot South Frankfort churclu low Citizcnu and will Continue to be a Harris, T. D Chenanlt and a Mr Hason ! llev. T. D. Withenspoou, late pastor of question of Paramount Importance until road and other expen- i First Presbyterian, churcn, this place, de--I the Farmers Producers and Laborers, of Fen(s, work-olivqred ''a very powerful address on the tliis Country got the releif they seek and ses T'ill aggregate 2,500. i of the evangelistic work in the if you Pleasi; my name is This is a big price for two ini!ea.ofroad, O. H'. Bbewek, Richmond, Ky. but irs benefit is said to be greatj as a Lmtmnfaina of Kejitucky." Rev.. Wm. 4' MOST PERFECT. MADE. ; person wanting to eo. from the jlarria : Crow, or., was comiaily commended to V Ice cream nd strawberyisupper A puravGrape Cream of Tart.iir Powder. Frw to thfe Duncan neighborhood rnustlcome - Hi fnvmiihle coiiflfderaffnn of tha Pivw. fronroimonia, Alum OTanynwadurtattBi, through Richmoad,-iu court ki use yard Friday' night. J byterisus as By nodical colporteur. YEARS THE ST7tQAW. r, charged with working the "shell game Iribble, Whit Moody, T. J. Moody, swindle." Pigg was fined $50 and casts Jeff Cox, J. W. Bales, II. H. Col-yeand Taul ?75 and costs. Winchester R. H. Crooke, Speed McKeon, Democrat. Jas. Combs, Tobe Lakes, W. J. The meeting of the members of the fifth appellate court district was held in this city on yesterday. Present were the following county chairmen: G. W, Hall, of Franklin; J. C. Cantrill, of Scott; W. T. Bishop, ot Henry; H. B. nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are no 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, and is 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 aR important, 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, one 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. well-informe- With Gladness Comes a m v THEJItlCHMOiro BOTTLIETg CO. I agent for the Celebrated Blue Lick TV a.ter. Put up in bot mm sjgl THJat better understanding of the tles, kegs, and Barrooms. half-barre-ls and barrels. At all Drugstores, Eestaurants bj a glljlljpBjglapIljpBj-gplBjp 4 - pBljpIp laiiarttBKBrftiJBngiBiifaaffiataiT LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. COKUECTED WEEKLT. Butter. I?ggs 10 to 12Jc lb Chickens (live) Chickens (dressed) Ducks (live) Ducks (dressed) Cheese Lard Beeswax Ginseng . . . Wool (No 1) Burry and Cott Green hides Dry hides Feathers (new) .- 5c doz 5c lb 10c '. lb lb lb lb lb lb 6c lb 10c 10tol2Jclb .- - Sc H 20c $2.50c 12 to 13c 7 to 8c 3to3Jclb 5 to 6c lb 35c lb How to Treat a Wife. (From Pacific Health Journal.) First, get a wife; second, be patient. You may have great trials and perplexities in your business, but do not therefore, carry to your home a cloudy or contracted brow. Your wife may have trials, which, though of less magnitude, may be hard for her to bear. A kind word, a tender look, will do wonders in chasing from her brow all clouds of elooui. To this we would add always keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house. It is the best and is sure to be needed sooner or later. You will then know that you really care for her and wish to protect her health. For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. 0NEWAYT0REPAI A tire is to shoulder your wheel, walk 17 miles to a repair shop "WAIT while the puncture is being repaired 50cts per hour per wait it wont take many hours. &y&& ssssssss Tl I Rambler Bicycles, m Trr d The Lion county quintuplets are dead. LIST OF LETTERS Ayther, Charley, Gov. Bradley will deliver the address Memorial Day at Indianapolis. 9) G.SJ.TIRE. SSSSSSSSSSSSS GR6KT IF yonr tire is a "G. A J.M just dismount, reasoye ti outer cover for a few inches ai the puncture, stick o a litile patch. If you are weary jmi ask a small boy to do it for yea he will enjoy it. - .t 14 ll. i. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS'JSSSSSSSSS C. Z2I. scrv-jiT- , :Exc-b-o-st-- Deafaoss Cannot to Curcfi. I PERSONALS U to-da- " Banler, Mattie Campbell, Amanda Crawford, Armina Chenault, Mary B Mrs Chenault, Carrie Moore, Ike Mathew, Henry Trout, AVesley J. B. Wilijs, P M. Thomas Ecton died in Clark. all kinds of Sewing Mac hine &c. at The Singer Office, with Mrs. Lucy Maun, 124 East Main St., 2 Richmond, Ky. 49-5- GET Don't miss seeing those fine silver inlaid spoons at D.P. Armer'f , warrauted for 25 years and cheap. 45 Personal. medical reference book to any Free person afflicted with any special, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Aderess the leading physicians and surgeons t f the United States, Or. Hathaway i& Co., 79 Dearborn street, Lhicago. n, by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucuous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for anv case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. BSfSold by Druggists, 75c. Reuben Fletcher, of Breathitt county, and hi3 wife, are the parents of twenty-on- e &vtt?ftttv?l'Mftttv?Gft?tt I J (e) ..l.r. ) FIRE FIRE FIR u OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must be closed out at. it : QEE The New Higharm Singer Ma- chine before buying. Sold everywhere on easy payments. O'd machines children. taken in exchange. Enquiri for Singer Word comes from all quarters that the 2 agent at Singer office neatest and most satisfactory dve for col A Beattyville man has thre thousand oring the beard a brown or black is Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers. thiee hundred sweet potato hills. 49-5- Come and When Nature es Colo-nelbhi- p well-know- free-silve- r, Needs assistance it may be best to render burned. o e should lememberto r Lack of vitality and in the use even tfce most perfect reciedies only bulbs causes the hair to fall out and turn best and most simThe when needed gray. We recommenimaH's Hair ple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of to prevent baldness and grayness. --Pics, manufactured by the California Jack and Zion Cornelius, of Jackson Fig Syrup Company. county, for the murder of Chris Tones, Reuben Gentry, who secured the next goes to the penitentiary for life. 210 MAIN STREET. RICHMOND. KY. meeting of the Kentucky Swine BreedOne of the best evidences that Ayer's ers' Association for Danvil e says the convention, which meets in August, will Hair Vigor is an article of exceptional bring from 150 to 200 delegates to the merit is the fact that the demand for it is town, as well as visitors from neighbor- constantly increasing. No one who uses Greatest AM) ui-'r-- s Discovery OP this incomparable dressing thinks of trying States. THE AGEJ (INJECTION. I ing any other preparation for the hair Orifrlnal Cures In I to dajs. Iterae. and lEHRYROYM. You May Never he Weulthy, d'ate in eTwt: jntk te care. Genaii.e Residence of Dick and Dock Cooper, A posltlTe prerestlTe. Can ke ' Mwais reliable and rot-j-KntcL. lulies! But you can be healthy. Constipation near Rightangle. Clark county, burned. carried In rest purket,all coi JtfwATS Ask for IJr Unit's Euot d I'ennrlroyal Female n it's. Thtr never pleto In ona small package. Mailed 10 aajaaareu of all the diseases of causes two-thirfall and aerer lnlare f' llailrritoanrad- - on receipt Of $1 bj "Ten people out of a dozen are inval$1 OO by humanity. Violent cathartics may redre on receipt of The Kuat Medicine Co, St. Paul. Minn. lieve you. They never cure What you ids," says a recent medical authority. At need is Wright's Celery Capsules. They least eight out of these ten, it is safe to $ 300 Fields (2 yrs) cure Constipation, Sick Healacho, Liver allow, are suffering from some form of e which a persistent uso of 150 Gentry's, Cbas Iwirs (2 yrs) ? -Because and Kidney trouble Whj ..... Harris, Jiru......... -- ..they are Nature's Harmleiss Remedies Ayer's Sarsaparilla would be sure to cure. 15 Harris, Bill and Bill Wright (2ys) and you get 100 days' constitutional Then don't be an invalid. 358 -Harris, Benj treatment at a cost of lc a day or 14 weeks Moses Quisenberry, of Clark, died in Hockersmith. Mason (2 for $1.00. Cure guaranteed by bankable Lexington -.- Harris, Sr., AVootte-w- . paper in every $1 cox. Sold by When your stomach begins to trouble Hugnely, Mrs. George Ash (2yrs). 3fT S. Hagan. T. yon, it needs help. The help it needs is 24K) Huguely, like........... of J. Owsley Evans, of to digest your food, and until it gets it, Administrator 46i Irvine, Sallie Danville, killed by the tiain at Ver- you won't bave any peace. Stomach 368 Irvine, Joe sailles, has sued the road foi $20,000. trouble is very distressing, very obsti- I will offer at public sale in front Irvine, Henry..-........- .. ITS nate, very dangerous. Many of the most 3 For every quarter in a man's pocket dangerous House door in Irvine, Marfan (2 yrs) of the Court diseases begin with simple in345 Jackson, Bettie... . there are a dozen uses; and to use each digestion. Richmond, Ky., on The reason is that indigestion . Morgan, Jim one in such a way as to derive the greatweakMiller, Letcher (2 yrs). 24 est benefit is a qdestiou every one must ens the system and allows disease germs Miller, Harrison D.. (2 yre).. solve for himself. We believe, how ever, to attack it. The antidote is Shaker DiMitchell. Mary 5a that no better use could be made of one gestive Cordial, strengthening, nourishMackey, J. AV. (2 yrs) ......... rastf of these quarters than to exchange it for ing, curative. It cures indigestion and Between 10 a. m.. and 6 p m. Martin, Irvine (2 yrs) a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera renews strength and health. It does this ISO the following property to pay the Moore, Mrs. Mose (2 yrs)...-.-.....-.. and Diarrhcae Remedy, a rxedi- iife that by strengthening the stomach, by help............ 250 every family should bo provided with. against the same Xoland, Geo ........ ing it to digest your food. It nourishes Taxes assessed 2S5 Parks, George Ann. For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. you. Shaker Digestive Cordial is made in the year 1895. ISO x neiis, .ena...... Mrs. Elizabeth Mays, mother of Dr. of pure herbs, plants and wine, is per2W Phelps, Mary (n r) WHITE LIST. Nelson Mays, died in Jessaaiine county, fectly harmless and will certainly cure ........ Wb Phelps, Sam (n r) aged 81 years. all geuuine stomach trouble. Sold by Ayers, Mrs. Nannie B .......... ,..S 200 Rhodes, Laviaia aruggiats, price 10 cents to fcl.00 per ' Ballard, 1000 Rice. Geu. ad'mrSKilie Jarwaa (2y r Am- Mary A. heirs. Mr. D. P. Davis, a prominent livery- bottle. 250 Rhodes, Dave (2 yrs) .... I75 Bonney, John T., (n r) man and merchant of Goshen, Va., has 290 1500 Shephard, Chas. (2 yrs) Oscar Weaver shot James Case, Jr., Clay, Lonney, (n r) this to say on the subject of rheumatism; through the neck in Winchester. .... 60 ObOIlGa .La 6Q & 3KL Cox, Benj. ........ ...... 's "I take pleasure in recommending ........ MO 400 Todd, Chas. (n r) Crews, O. W., (2 yr) Pain Balm for rheumatism, as I Attractive Women. 900 Tomlin, Harry (2 yrs) Doty, Chas. 1C..... .... ............ know from personal experience that it Why is one woman attractive and an- Farley, AV. L 2000 Tribble, Pies (2 yrs) will do all that is claimed fcr it A year other not? The most admirable and at Gentry, Mrs. K. M 250 Tnbble, .Harry 400 ago this spring my brother was laid up tractive thing about an attractive woman Gilbert,Perry (n r) 200 Tribble, Mose 408 in bed with inflammatory rheumatism is her womanliness. Everybodyadmires Hagerman, C. B. (nr) 150 - 600 Turner, Mattie (2yis) and suffered intensely. Tha first appli- a womanly woman. She must have Jewett, Byron . - 1045 Taylor, Frank M cation of Chamberlain's Pain Balm health, of course, because without it she Jewett, Mrs. A. B 2500 Tevis, Mrs. Cassie (2 yrs) ISO cased the paiu and the use bf one bottle would lose the brightness of her eyes, James, " Hannah. 1700 Tribble, Mary (hrs.) lOtl completely cured him. For sale by the fullness of her cheeks and ber vivac- Jones, A. R 400 AValker, Lucy Hagans Pharmacy. 330 AValker. Nancy ity. Real health must mean thata woman King, J. H. (2 yrs) ................. sm 7500 AVhite, Jennie (2 yrs) is really a woman. That she is strong Letcher, AV. R. (2 yrs) .. MO Miss Masie Todd, daughter of Dr. 14 000 AA'ells, Fannie...... and perfect in a sexual way, as well as Letcher, Mrs. AV. R. (2 yrs) .... 160 Lyman Beachor Todd, of Liixington, was every other. That she is capable of McQuinney, Mrs. & Dennis Rear-uo- n ma Wakefield, S. D killed whill riding a bicycle onSonth in performing perfectly the duties of ma500 Broadwaj, near Cincinnati Southern' 380 AValker, Owen...... 500 freight depot, Wednesday evening, by ternity. Some are born with what is MeMahon, Pat (n r) SM AValker, Bettie A 150 au electric car, while avoiding a heavy called "constitutional weakness." Those Masters, N. R. (n r) -- . . 903 who do not enjoy perfect health, need O'Neal, Dave - - 2045 AVhite, Frank (2 yrs)........ wagon. only take the proper precautions and the Perkins, Mrs. Louisa..- .705 if llllS, lllil .................... ............. no 400 proper remedy to become perfectly .well Rymel J. AV. (2 yrs) (2 yrs).... ......... Williams, Sallie 41 and strong. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- Richmond AVater &LightCo.(2 jr) 2000 Liahtnlng Hot sSCO AValker, JeffD. (n r) 1000 scription will cure any derangement of VVhnt p Punnr Memo! 300 5S45 AVhite, Narcissa the distinctly feminine organism. Taylor, Dr. T. J Very True, but It Kiliii All Pain. 3f 250 Yates, Chas. (2 yrs) .. Said everywhere. EVery Day Residence of Mrs. Matilda Lowry, near Thomas, P A... The brick building opposite depot at Paris, belonging to Capt. J. M. Thomas, color-matte- is now going on. PRICES! get bargains. Our sale H r fire SALE ' t it promptly, but Millioeftl at Great Bargains. Re-new- er HENRY KLEIN HON. the SftASftftAiaS5SS2a'5' cotton root PILLS n a-- blood-diseas- City Collector'- s- . -- yrs)... !! - . . I n, 2t - ....... .....--.-..- ................ ... ... Cham-berlaiu- -- ir: D.-op- Without Relief, Then is No Par Omaha's embezzler was lient to prison for nineteen years and fined $211 000. Your PhyHical L'onilition eed8 attention at this time. If you If are tired, weak and nervovs, it is clear that your blood is impure; and without doubt there has been toj much over work or strain on bminjuSi body. The course of treatment for suUi a condition Tlje blood must is plain and simple. first be purified so Mint thit nervous system, and. in fact all the rgans will be fed upon pure blood. IntSlligent people without number have testified that the best blopd purifier, ner je tonic and strength imparting mediciue is Hood's Uervoasjiaw, loss olsleep Sarsaparilla. and general debility all I vanish wli"n Hood's Sarsaparilla is per jstently taken; in a word, health and happiness follow after taking Hood's SarsaieirilU. 'm Log Lick, Clark county, burned. Wake up your liver bnt be sure you take Simmons Liver Regulator to do it with it will do it every time, and do it 60 well that you'll feel wonderfully refreshed and strengthened, it is bunmons Liver Regulator that does it. There is only one Simmons Liver Regulator, and you'll know it by the Red Z on the pack age. TaCe,nouiing else, ana you ll be sure to get all the good health needed. .. .... win-lows- COLORED LIST. Benna, Chas 1.L 300 S00 200 150 403 915 250 250 210 540 200 800 400 150 500 175 n OU Rimes, Henry .................. Ballard, AVinston (2 yrs) Citj Edleetfif. JDR; 1 CREAM BAKING n n-e- ds mmm I - ' T Go to D. P. Anner's school medals made. 1 I So have your ...... Barnes. ReFecca ,. Burgin, Martha (2 yrs) .. Ballew, Pattie ....... ...... Ballew, Geo Brock, Burgoyne (2 yis) .. Black's, Millie heirs ...... Bull, Jessie The battle ship Oregon, ou its trial Hill St trip at Santa Barbara, made 16.78 knots Campbell, Mat (2 yrs) per hour, receiving a bonus of $175,000. Chenault, Tobe (2 yrs) You can Believe Cochran; Sarah The testimonials published in behnlf of Cobb, Mis. Sqnire. They are written Clay, Frank (2 yrs) Hood's Sarsaparilla. by honest people, who hate actually Carmichael, Jno. found in their own experience that Cornelison. Ed -- . HoodV Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, jjeatliemge, Sam k. .......... creates an appeiue, sirengmens me. sys - J Buacau, Henry tcm and absolutely and permanently Ewbry, Rebecca, (2 yrs . cures all diseases caused by impure or Embiy, AViley.. deficient blood. Embry's, Ben and Humphrey READY TO f f SUPPLY THE TRADE Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond is now running, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the "Mil oi HinM." "D. M, &." ui 075 th'rep grades. We can save you. 500 Brands, money. us a trial order; you wilt 425 be glad with our products. Espe- J "Pahi chants. Jacks" cially pleased to bear country mer ., i 40 them better and cheap get ikem to? dace will famish tfein you ca ' .' ' i ; . - ir . . a . J - ' . ..- - i j ' if - , - r - .. a, .. -- - -- c , 't s , - c .si I I --. -- -j l t kf . " "J heirs...... Hood's Pil'.s for the liver wxi bowel, EttUl, Haydes Ffcie, Laura, heirs aad Lizzie act'pco . 40Q .! alvdfftvly. i! 1007 1 Iy f! is, if f V m vr - j f""1 i, j . &' a? -- J' - . r - JKW' k .. KENTUCKY Tk Latest NEWS. el tba I 'ewi From All Part Coimuonwe<li. ASSASSINS Xlre Into a Crowd 2fcar Vanceburg, Kjr., ITlth Dlatrou Results. Yaxcehitco, Ky., May 18. Saturday night as Fleming Jones, Melvin Jones, Clate Junkins and D. Boyd were going home, about two miles south of here, sotue one called out, "Who was that down there by the residence of j I ye-i'in- Before they could twobhotguns and a re vol rer were craptitd into the crowd. Fleming Jones lost an eye. and his face, breast and arm-- are filled with shot. He will probably die. Melvin Jones vas shot in the iace and breast and Boyd was pain ully wounded. The wounded men think hey rocognizod the voice of the man who hai.od them as Isaac Ballard. Ballnrd had trouble with the Jones boy s veral years ago. No arrest.. Kallard?-" an-iw- er Isaac , KENTUCKY CYCLONE." 1 In 31nnliiill County. Hentox, Ky , May IS. A cyclone pass ed over the sotitheast corner of Marshall c uaty about one o'clock Sunday morning. It demolihed one house at Kivu and killed the five occupants, Johns, aged 0, his wife, aged 55, a son, aged 17 and two daughters, aged 18 and 10 Tbe storm came out of Graves county. At biuisouia, two store s two churches, a school house, sa Detraction of Property a Luta or Life Wednesday morning. Frank Haggard and Aaron Adams were fatally shot by Matt Balmy and his son Dillard, and Matt Eaimy was himself slightly voundeL AH are farmers of more or less prominence, and the difficulty grew out of a suit over a piece of land be tween Matt Raimy and another farmer, Jumes Henry. Haggard was living on the land in dispute as the tenant of Henry. Tuesday Eaimy removed the fence from around Haggard's garden and put the rails on his own, fence. Haggard attempted Wednesday to take the rails back, and a fight ensued between the Raimys and himself. Shotguns were the weapons used. Haggard was shot i n the groin and there is no hope of his recovery. Matt Raiiny recehed a slight wound in the neck and body. About an hour later Adams, who is also unfriendly to the Ealmys, arrived to take Haggard's part. He received a load of buckshot in the breast and can not re-- c iver. Matt Raimy was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Epperson and brought to town. His bail was fixed at S1.5U0, and he has sent for bondsmen. Officers have gone after Dillard Raimy. DIRECT SNUB GiTcn by Gov. ISradlry to Mayor Julian, of TWO FARMERS rittally Shot In a Battle ITlth Father and Son One of the- Latter Alto Wounded. "Wikchestek, Ky., May 14. At Bloomingdale, ten miles east of hero - 1 Will IJe JKratncky' Contt of ArpealkBc. foro 3lany Months. Fbanefokt, Ky.r May la Tho court Idle EDDrviLLE, Ky., May 15. Fire with- of appeals has got so far behind with in the walls of the branch penitentiary Its argument docket that it has detercaused a Iobs of $100,000 to tbe various mined to hear no more arguments, industries in which the convicts are this term after case No. 14 on employed. The main prison building the present docket is argued. vms not burned and the convicts were Many of tho cases now being argued can not possibly be taken up for kePl confined to their cells. j.no nre started from unknown ort over a year, so that no benefit can be gin in the boiler room of the Southern derived from such argument, and they Shoo company, and quickly spread to might as well he argued by brief in the The big first place. Litigation basso increased other neat by buildings. brick building occupied by the South- that it is estimated that by the time ern Shoe company, and valued at the next legislature meets tho court of destroyed. The loss was also appeals will be at least three years betotal on the Southern Shoe company's hind with its loekct, and an effort Con-ylc-as ,FIRE IN PRISON. ijenltentlnry TCorkuhop Hurried UddjTllIe ts Nearly lieven Ilmidred Additional THREE YEARS BEHIND I stock and machinery, estimated at S50,-00- 0. The flames spread to and destroyed the building, machinery and part of the stock 6f the Southern Broom Co., cusing 510,000 loss, and also damaged the Eddy viLIe Wagon Material Co S10,-00- 0. The fire will put 050 idle convicts on the hands oi the already overburdened commissioners of the sinking fund. About half of the 1,200 prisoners at Frankfort are already idle, while the other half may be out of employment within a few days. several farm houses and barns w ere destroyed, but no loss of life is reported thero. Vie ooflins wore sent to Klva, and the Anderson family w ere buried in one grave. WixciiEf-TKR- , To Aiold Lynching. Ky., May 17. of nearly reported Sunday morning that a mob SCO nion started to Winchester Saturday night for the purpose of lvnching Matt Itainey, one of the Bloomingdale murderer, now in jail here, and the report has been confirmed. The men w ere all masked and carried r.fles and shotguns. They came within one mile of the city, but for SvMne reason retired without ct Theprisjner was hur-r- i d off to Lexington for safe keeping Sunday night. mak-iucana- It was tt The Cubi ict Parole Law. Frankfort, Ky., May IS. Gov. Bradley has asked the judges of the court ol appeals to paws upon the constitutionality of the convict parole law. The law was in force several years prior to tbe administration of Gov. Brown, since which its operation has been suspended. Gov Brown holding it to be an infringement on the pardon ing power 1 he legislature acquiesced into the governor's private office he was told that the governor said: "Tell him he will have- to excuse me, I'm busy." Other callers were admitted to the private office immediately thereafter, as if to emphasize the fact, that a direct snub was intended. Julian is one of the promrnent democrats of the state, havingserved as circuit judge and in the legislature. His friends say that Gov. Bradley is trying to "catch even" with him by the snub route for daring to disagree with the chief executive about the necessity for calling out the troops, but Mayor Julian himself in a very dignified way ignores the matter entirely. Sc ANGRY COW Kills a Child and Then Fiercely Attacks the MothT. IlBXDEitSoir, Ky., May 10. Mary, the Frankfort. daughter of Dr. George Fhaxkfokt, Ky., May 14. Mayor eight-year-oJulian, of Frankfort, called an in- Watson, living near Anthoston, ramIra dignation meeting of the citizens of bled into an enclosure where a Durham Frankfort last winter when Gov. Brad- cow and young calf were confined, ley ordered out the troops. Wednesday when the cow charged upon the child, he called at the executive office on thrusting its sharp horns into the girl's business, and when his name was sent body and tossing her into the air, causld I ing instantaneous death Summoned by the child's scream, previous to the impairment. Mrs. Wat- son rushed to her rescue, when the in furiated animal gored her severely. The animal was finally beaten off by a farm hand. A Hero of Lookout Mountain. Richmond, Ky., May 10. Capt. John Wilson, known throughout Kentucky as tbe hero of Lookout mountain, is critically ill at his ho'mc near Irvine, with cancer. He was captain of the famous Eighth Kentucky cavalry and was the first man to plant the flag on friends, since the big allure and soma of those who knew he inside of the defunct company's ffairs have believed aU along that ho von d not again show his face here. Jut to the large number of stockhold--r- s his disappearance was a shock. The facts which have'developed show will be made to the su- ihat he was afraid to meet the augry perior court or a commission to relieve creditors of the concern. the court of appeals Mr. Speckert had been at tho home of the assignee, Col. James S. Hay. He HIS DEPARTURE told the colonel that he was in mortal Made With the Knowledge of Some Who dread of being assassinated by some Kxpress Surprise. victim of the failure. Two men apLouisville, Ky., May 13. Mr. Joseph proached Col. Ray's residence in a Niehoff.chief of the title department Imggy on Saturday. Mr. Speckert enn of the wrecked tered it and was driven ofL He has Co., made a statement Tuesday not been seen since. night which indicates that President Speckert's contemplated flight NEGRO LYNCHED. to was some known persons Quick Veuscance for tho Cutting: sf a City who are now feigning ignorance, surMarshal. prise and indignation. That lie will Fulton, Ky., May 12. of return soon is not believed likely, there three Negroes implicated One the theg in being- too much cause for his absence. of City It may bo there is nothing criminal in aturday was Marshal Walker here telhis conduct of the company's affairs, egraph operatorarrested by the Ky., at Arlington, but from the best information there a few miles north of Fulton, would have been prosecutions when aU who, in attempting to arrest him, was known, had ho remained. diot him just above the left lung. On Trial for h Fiendish Crime? The Negro was brought to Fulton and FRANKFORT,.Ky., May IS. Jack and taken in charge by Sheriff Purdue, but Zion Cornelius are on trial at McKee, the mob which had gathered at tho in Jackson connty for the murder and depot rushed madly upon the Negro cremation of Claud C. Jones last falL and swung him up. The Negro conThe jury was secured Monday and fessed his guilt while under arrest at Tuesday morning the examination of Arlington. Tho other two Negroes imyitnesses was begun. Jones body was plicated are still at large. found burned to a crisp in the ashes of A BYSTANDER his house, which had been fired, pre- 1 sumably to conceal the murder and Oaught a Ball During a Fight at a Festival robbery. German-America" cut-in-- FLED IN TERROR The President of a Defunct Louisville Company Fears to Face Creditors. Louisville, Ky., May 12. President II J. Speckert, of tho German- - American Title Co., which made an assignd ment last week, with liabilities to be about a quarter of a million dollars, has disappeared from the He had refused city. to &ce my persons, except a few confl-tentisup-loseal cut. gsmctttijtiittttttf i you Protect your Idnw: they may bring rawsa-- .weaiin. x tu Write JOHN WEDDEJUJUKa their 13 prlxo offer DrCfor jtod list of two hundred Inventions wanted. Who eta think i of some simple thin too tent? FOR RENT THE STORE-HOUSE III1 ) J.H.NEFF&CG. Mairt Sold. (Opposite Glyndon.) Stpt. Country Produce Bought and Highest Cash Market Price Paid. Now occupied b the"CtclMte,w next door to D. P. Armer Jewelry Store, for 1S96. Possession g once. . J. E GREET in Bei-zett-a BRIDGSFORD'S BES! . . . Online 2.04 4 ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE-THT- 2.06J at at 4 Years Old Years Old. 2 'V Swuy as A tr There is no dividing line. 16 13 Ew nOTVI'T "PrnPfTPT as much "Battle Ax" fn font ovt aTmnsr as you do of other of $vr LT - 2- TiiDe Onward Full brother to "Shadeland Out aril" 2:1S, (sire of Online 2:04.1 bv Onward, 2:25J (sire of Beuzetta, 2:0TJ, and one hundred and eighteen others in the 2:30 list, fourteen of which are bettei than 2:15. Draiiui lur u tenu. DON'T FORGET that "Eattle Ax" is made f 95 SOLD IN RICHMOND. the best leaf grown, and the quality cannot be ' la Brown's position, but Bradley desires the matter to be Gov. -- Gov. judic- for Heavy Damages. Ky., May 14. R. G. Evans, administrator of J. Owsley Evans, deceased, of Danville, filed suit in the Woodford circuit court againt the Southern Railroad company in Kentucky for 30, 000 damages. Owsley died from injuries received in being run down by a aoutnern passenger train on the Clifton crossing on Febru- Versailles, ially passed upon. Slonnrch Whisky Suit. Owenshoho, Ky., May IS. Suit has been filed against M. V. Monarch, the ary Graddy. while driving with W. Henry of Versailles, who was instantly killed. 6, Ms,h Distilling Co., the John llanuiug Distilling Co., and F. W. t iar.ee. aggregating SiS,O0. The Citizens' Saving bank, of Onensboro, and hltesville are plaintiffs. Bank of S iits filed against M. V. Monarch since last Monday aggregate SW.407.4S. More suits will follow Monday, but Mr. Monarch will not make an assignment. fcxinr Pierced by IUHo Halls. Ky., May 14. A tragia fate befell a man named Hamilton in Pike county. His dead body was found in Elkhorn creek, pierced by several rifle balls. Hamilton has been known as a man who aided the revenue officers Paintsville, Army M Rfsceli much-dreade- H.I.K, d evening by a premature dynamite exKy.,May 15. Mr. Peter plosion. Wants to IJe Delegate. n Feeny, an aged and citizen London, Ky., May 14. CoL R. M. of Fayne's Depot, was tried in the cirannounced his candidacy cuit court on a writ of lunacy and sent Jackson has to the Chicago convention for delegate to the asylum at Lexington. Mr. Jackfrom the Eleventh district. Trannf erred to Kiioxillle. son is for a single gold standard. MimLKSBono. Ky , May 15. The Was Probably M ordered. railway shops of tho Southern, which Fleminosburo, Ky., May 14. The work 50 men, have been closed, and body of John Nice was found hear Popwill be transferred to Knoxville at lar Plains, in this county, where it is supposed he was murdered. The body violence. The mirror bore marks of rloesn't lie. It is FROM EAR TO EAR. ' &ent GBOHaETOWX, Killed In Arizona. Lancaster. Ky., May 14. This comIn linnet lSeinc I ynched. Winchester, Ky., May IS. Aaron munity was shocked by the news that Ai'ams, who was shot by Dillard J. Roe Young, jr., aged 13 years, was 1'niary at Bloomingdale, is dead, and killed by a train at Phccnix, Ariz. His Kjiney has been locatod. Frank Hag- father is Col. J. Roe Young, Indian gard, who was shot at the same time agent at that place, and his mother is a of Hon. W. G. Anderson, of 3 Dillard's father, is still alive but daughter are btnall hopes of his recovery. this county. t VI 111 Make it Warm for Mr. Itostlck. Matt Rainey. the father, is in jail but is in great danger of being lynched. West Liberty, Ky., May 14. Detective G. W. Drake, who was, acensed JallDdmn at n pnrU Xfwpokt, Ky., May IS. Saturday of robbing a man named Bostick, eveuiug, by sawing off the hinges of a whom he had in custody, was released dojrinthe corridor of the jail in this Wednesday, no indictment having been ctr, six eonviets succeeded in making found against him. He promises to tht-"- escape. Jackson and Walling make things warm for Mr. Bostick. w re ed to join the escaping party, A Failure at Unwell. Ky., May 14. Fox HorKiNSYiLLE, but refused to leave the jaiL Walling sa s lis w ill not leave the prison until Bros., dealers in general merchandise In can do so with the court's permis- at Howell Station, in the western part of this county, have made an assignsion, a free man. ment to Frank Quarles, of the same vpntneL3 (a. A. IE. Umxotok, Ky., May 16. The state place, for the benefit of their creditors. encampment of tbe Kentucky G. A. R. Wets t in at Middles boro. wni hold it 14th annual session at Middlesboro, Ky., May 14. went wet by 01 majority, afSomerset, t beginning next Tuesday, May 1. There are at least a half a ter one of the hottest fights in the hisd zen cand dates for department comtory of the town. The liquor men mander, four of whom are from Louis-vil- brought out every vote, white and black, that could be found. To Preirnt a Lj nehinc;. Hen F.der Sold for 610,000. Lexixotox, Ky., May 18. The auRace Track, Louisyille, Ky.. May thorities of Clark county, fearing that 14. M. F. Dwyer has just bought Ben joiiBg Itainey would be lynched, Eder from "Umbrella Bill" McGuigan brought him here Sunday night. He is for S10.000. Ben Eder carried the the man who killed David in Clark Dwyer colors in the Clark stake Wedcoun'y last week, in which several nesday afternoon. w ere engaged. Commencement at Kentncky Ycsleyan. C. T. Yost Dead. Winchester, Ky., May 14. Rev. Dr. Sahoent, Ky.. May IS. & T. Yost, a G. W. Briggs, of Owensboro, will prominent attorney of the Big Sandy the baccalaureate of Kentucky val ej. died at his home at Pikcville Wesleyan college at Winchester, Suna ter a bripf illness. He was quite day, May 31, at 11 a. m., in the new w ealthy. college chapeL Iew Postmaster for Ituckols, Ky. A Premature Explosion. Washington, May 1& William Grad-d- y Middlesboro, Ky., May 14. W. C. has been appointed postmaster at Paul, of Chicago, foreman of Christie & McLean county, Ky., vice H. Lowe's Railroad Contracting Co., was McMiilin, resigned. probably fatally injured Wednesday appearance in this feection numbers. So far its ravages are confined to the w heat crop. In certain localities whol fields are laid bare by the pest. borne farmers are turning their hogs into the fields, and claim that these animals are doing good work as exterminators. orra in Kentucky. Ky., May IS. The army w orm has made its in locating illicit distilleries, and as he was regarded as an informer he was doubtless waylaid and shot by moonshiners. Their RxamlninK Trial. Hopkissville, Ky., Maj' 14. The exin great amining trial of Rich Hardy, Bob ColeYoung, man, George Gilbert Rives and Will Coleman, charged with the murder of Ed Long at a festival near White Oak Grove Saturday, began before County Judge Breathitt Wednes- day morning. rr Mid-dlesbo- ro e. do-liv- er lo me Asylum. well-know- not a flatterer. Its story is plainly told, and cannot b e contradicted. blood is poor and whose wnole system is run down ckne l by and IJ Women whose ra? r afraid and asham ed to look in the glass. The condition of all the body is written in the face. Thousands of wximen are dragging out a weary, miserable existence, lecause tliev do not fully realize what is the mxtler with thein.' They know that they hfve "lanale weakness" but they do not reeU v appreciate what tliat means. Tliev do not know tliat to this one trouble is traceable almost all of their bodily ills. They consider it a disease bj isdf, and if tliey have also neuralgia, nervous headaches, biliousness, kidney btubies and other igt?s, they see no com action between v m and" the of a stncily feminine nature. Busy and overworked physicians often treat these tinngs as separate ailments, when the whole trouble lias the one source. The reproductive organs are so itroortant a part of the body that when they are out of order, the whole system is deranged. "Whatever illness a vo-an has, she will do well to look there for the cause. A great many women knowingly neg-l-e "t tiiejnselves, because they dread the U .ng of their troubles to a physician and the subsequent examination and "'local treatment" All this is needless for Dr. Pierce's F."vonte Prescription has Deen found toperfectly and permanently i ? lost and mnnt. rr,.r lantv of functional action.: Twenty-on- e sent to World's Dispensary Meaical Association, No 66j Main Street, Buffalo.' N. Y. bnng a iooo page book, called "The People's iledical Advisar" full of sound ' K ; Gf-- C nr-i weakness, are cts w-i-li fcdviee. stated on what is considered to be reliable authority that the Bradley organization in the Seventh district will Eleventh and Russell streets, Cov- mysteriously as he skipped out, and have a candidate for congress in that ington. The house is occupied by 6ays he is ready to face the music Ho district in opposition to Judge John Justice Holt of this John Brames as a saloon and liquor sajs he left town for fear of bodily Denny. store. "His father, F. H. Brames, aged barm and not through fear of legal city is being urged to run, but has given no definite reply. The Denny oppo60, has been living withjiim since the prose cution. sition will endeavor to call a lato condeath of the" aged man's wife. Not apThe Examining Trial." vention. pearing at tho usual hour, his bed Morehead, Ky., May 15. Fin Tolll-ve- r Fatally Injured by a Premature Discharge. room door was finally broken in and had his examining trial before MrDDLESBOitouGU Ky., May 15. W. then it was discovered that the old man Judge Carey for shooting Judge k C. Paul, foreman had committed suicide, nis body was four weehs z go, from which wound at the South Belt of the steam shovel Line lying upon the floor, covered with Minnick was d and died. caught in a premature crossing, was discharge of blood, tho throat cut from ear to ear ToUiver wa held over for the circuit dynamite and terribly injured. His with a razor that was near by. Dr. E. court on a bond of 1,503. right leg and left arm are broken and C Blau was called, and stated that tho Orphan School Commencement. his skull fractured. He is still all re, old gentleman had been dead for fiomd Midway, Ky. May 15. Tho com- but sinking. He has a wife and two time. No cause can be assigned for the rash act other than an unbalanced mencement exercises of the Kentucky- - children in Chicago. mental condition caused by lack o b emale Orphan school will take place ahe Tenth Kentucky District. sleep. The old man had been troubled Thursday, May 28, at ten o'clock a. m. Frankfort, Ky., May 15. The re, The address witt be delivered by Rev. with insomnia. publican committee of tho Tenth disJ. S. Sweeney, oi Paris. trict met at ML. Sterling and called, a i, muiOtrrvr f leias xiangeu. She Used a Razor. convention to be held at Beattyyille Chicago, May 16. Alfred C. Fields, Mt. Vebnok, Ky.,Mayl5. News has June 24 to nominate a candidate for (colored), was hanged in the county dangerous wound congress. Hon. N, T. Hopkins, who is reached jail at 12:27 o'clock Friday afternoon. ing of here of ?iheon John Anglln Clear Creek, this contc ting Kendall's scat, Hon John Judge Baker, late Friday morning, granted a stay of proceedings in the county, by his daughter, Mrs. Young. W. Langloy and Maj. W. J. Seitz ?(re case of Joseph Windrath, who was to A razor was usUd, and he was badly tho candidate.. G- v Bradley is appointed have been hanged Friday for tho mur-- cut five times. Married, in Lexington, Gecjl Cannil der. on Jane 5 last, of Carey B. Birch, t of Georfee- Lexington, Ky., May 15. James town, ami Josephine K. Henry, of Ver Two young boys in Calais, Me., were jones and Mrs. jMarshall Watts, both playing the act of "William Tell," f Winchester, (were married here srtiKpv mid Me8ra. F AV. Spears'anl wlucn Tcsuiia mono oeingnitinino Thursday morniri or. Rer. Tklark Collis, John Uermlon, of ,ouivilIetiinl,A. i. stomach and the other one lost the Df he Broadway) Christian church, of- - f l"rell of Mt Vernon, sight of one eye. ficiated. fur Kentucky to tho Temicesee Centen . Kcsldehce Darned. nial FxpsitioH, Hog Cholera. HOFKIN8VUO.K, Ky., May 15. Tho ffliin- Mt. Sterling, KyJMay 15. Bog residence of Josjispa. F. Bagby, .near - Dr H. O. l).ivist cholera, which broke here several Kennedy fctationj ;was burned together rgr1w!U ub;ii(lou the tobacco crop fcuia days :ago, is still r&iBv Hand! with all its contc its. Total loss about season and put in kcveu acres of betas . t . w dying ?j J 5,000, with 32t0Ot,i insurance. instead. Ex-Chi- ef . An Aged Covington Cltlxen Commits Suicide With a Razor. Covington, Ky., May 13. At 11 Villi Face the Music. o'clock Tuesday mornino- a horrihln Louisville, Ky., May 15. President discovery was made in a second-stor- y A. J. Speckcrt, cf the defunct German bedroom of the house at the corner of American Title Co., has returned as HorKiNSVii-LK- , Illicit Whisky Causes a Girl's Arrest. Ky., May 12. Ed Covinqion, Ky., May IS. A pretty .Long, colored, was.shot and killed at a young woman, giving her name as Negro festival on the Fox place, near Julia E. Ison, was locked up in jail up- Oak Grove. George Young and Bob on the charge of disposing of illicit Coleman got in a row about a woman whisky made by moonshiners in the and began to shoot at each other in the mountains of Rowan county," Ky. She crowd. Lookout mountain in the noted battle was arrested by United States MarLong, an innocent bystander, caught of 1SG3. He is 75 years of age. shals Blackburn and Punch. She will a ball and was killed. No others were be tried at the present term of the hurt. Will Teit tho Scale of Prices. Geo. Young, Gilbert Ri es, Bob ColeFranktrt, Ky., May 10. George G. United States court. Fetter, state printing contractor, ar- Farmer and Three Sons Killed by Light- man, Bill Coleman and Dick llcrndon ning. were jailed Sunday evening, and jvill rived from Louisville Friday morning, and with Attorney Shield is preparing ' Cadiz, Ky., May 13. John L. Wal- be triedWednesday. an agreed caie with commissioners to lace, a farmer of Trigg county, and his Hock Got the Drop on lllm. test the law as to the scale of prices al- three sons, aged 20, 18 and 0, were Louisville, Ky., May 12. Word lowed him ais printer, nis big lot of killed by lightning 12 miles south of comes from Jackson that James Bock printing claims have not been allowed this place Monday afternoon. Their shot and killed John Barnett, a membodies w ere found under a tree by Mrs. ber of the Barnett gang. The latter, on that account. Wallace, who went out to hunt for it is said, was drunk, and went to Lour Drought Broken. Bock's "blind tiger" to get more drink. Lancaster, Ky., May 10. The con- them. Chair I'lant May Shut Down. A dispute arose, and both drew their tinued and distressing drought of the Frankfort, Ky., May la Unsold pistols, but Bock got the drop and Barpast three weeks was broken here, a gentle shower having fallen. Oats and chairs, made in the Frankfort prison, nett died. are accumulating so rapidly that it wheat have been damaged Slept With the Corpse. the wheat in many sections heading at seems impossible to delay the shutting Hydkn, Ky., May 12. In Clay coundown of the chnir plant many days ty Eli and Howell Bowling, a height of a little more than 12 and 14 brothers, longer. That would leave 1,200 idle quarreled while drunk. Eli shot Howinches. convicts on the state's hands. ell through the head, causing instant Drops Dead. An Court of Appeals llehlnd In Its Work. norKissviLLE, Ky., May 16. Richard death After sleeping in the room with Frankfort, Ky., May 13. The court his brother's corpse all night he fled Caldw ell, a former convict pardoned by Gov. Bradley on account of bad of appeals, though deciding 50 percent, the country. .Several years ago ho health, dropped dead as he was alight- more cases than ever before, is further shot his father and was sentenced to ing from the train at Gracey. Caldwell behind in its work than it was'a year three years in the penitentiary. was sent up for three years for mali- ago. It has on hand over 000 cases, all Mrs. Gen. Woodbury Dead. of which have long been ready for final cious cijtting. He was 25 years old. MiDDLKSBOiiouoif, Ky., May 12. Mrs. action. Gen. D. P. Woodbury died at her home Took the Revolver Itoute. Reopened Its Mlfts. Danville, Ky., May 10. Dudley in this city, from injuries received in a Greenup. Kv., May la The Lex- - runaway several days ago. She was a n young Peyton, aged J.S, a man of Moreland Station, placed " ington and Carter County Mining Co., daughter of Col. Thomas Childs, of the pistol to his head and pulled the trig- winch lately went into the lianas ol a Mexican war, and was a prominent ger, killing himself almost instantly. receiver, has reopened its coal mine on worker in churches and church work. So far as could be learned he had no upper Stinson, Carter county. About 100 miners were put to work. reason for tae act. insurgent Hum a Valuable F.state. District Democratic Convention. Stlll LItcs. Havana, May 18. A band of insurWinchester, Ky., May 13. The gents set fire to and destroyed the MANCHE8TEF., Ky., May JG. Eli Bowling did not shoot and kill his Tenth district democratic convention whole San Miguel estate close to the brother nowell in this county Satur- to nominate a candidate for congress city. The estate was owned by the day, as w as reported. The brother is will be held at Beattyville June 18, Casanova family. The loss is estimated yet alive, but is expected to die. Eli county convention to select delegates at half a million dollars. has been arrested and was locked up will be held June 15. Jfo Aliens In the Department of Justice. here. 'ew Kentucky Postmasters. j Washington, May 18. In response Washington, May la Robert P Itlll Steers' Case. Paris, Ky., May 16. The case of Bill Nail was appointed postmaster at Del- to a senate resolution Attorney General Harmon Saturday informed the senate Steers, late of Covington, who killed aware, Davies county, Ky., Tuesday. that there were no aliens emploj-e- in Jack Alexander in this city Tuesday, at Greencastle. the department of justice. was called for examining trial Friday Gklk.vcastle, Ind., May la Two morning, and tontinued till Thursday. men arrested here on a eharge-otapSteers' mother and sister are with him. ping a till are thought to he Perry THE MARKETS. Daily and James Collins, both of CinRace Horse Drops Dead. cinnati. Louisville, Ky., May 16 Hamlin's CINCINNATI, May 18. OH Kxcltemcnt at Jomerset. y. Nightingale dropped dead at the course Flour Spring patent. a60a85. Somerset, Ky., May 15. The Cum&153.30. spring family, J2.60&i85. of the Louisyille Fair and Driving asberland Oil and patent. tZ 056,3.90 J3.20S3.4S. sociation whili) being jogged Friday ated here by DrGas Co. was incorpor- family. Jia&3.00; extra, f 2 SOfancy, low grade, 50; morning. Her value was over 10,000. ert Kolker, II. George Perkins, .Rob- H.T5iOO: rye, northwestern, iiZ453i.61. do J. Johns and J. P. city, fsoa llrakenian Crushed to Death. with a capital stock of 100,000. Wheat No. 2 red nominal at eiSiKc. 16. M. L. noriHNSViLLE, Ky., May Pittsburgh oil men are also interested Cous Sales. No. 2 yellow, track 3,'c: No. 2 Anderson, a freight brakeman on the and the new company w ill commence white, track, 3?c: yellow ear, track, 3Jc; mixed , ear, tracje. 31c Louisville and Nashville railroad, fell operations at once and will drill for oil white, track, MKc: No. Oats Sales: No. from his train near this city Friday and gas near this place. Considerable S whlto (roor),track, t2o. No. 2 mixed (dark), oil excitement prevails at this place traok. :0y,c. morning and was crushed to death. Hogs Select butchers, t3.2S33.3Q. fair to and several paying wells have been good of Rear Admiral Stevens. packers. S3 033.25; fair to good light, Death struck south and west of hero. 3.3033. 43. common and rough. 13.0033. 10. Rear Adm. Washington, May A Peculiar Accldont. Cattle Fair to good shippers, l3.3S3t.00; Thomas II. Stevens, U. S. N.. retired, S4.10ft4.lt; good to choice butchers', Colujiblx, Ky., May 15. Sam Judd, choice. 00. died Friday morning at the residence extra, H 10. fair to medium batch$3.7i34 of his daughter, Mrs. Robert Bradley, son of A. II. Judd, a merchant at Cane ers, 3.2S33.65; common, ?i 50.33. 00. Valley, Adair county, accidentally shot Sheep and Lambs Sneep Extras, 11353 Rockville, Md. Adm. Stevens was bora at Middletown, Ct, in 1S19, and entered himself. He was on Green river with 3.50; good to Choice. t2.853S.25: common to as, ll.00t.50. the navy as a midshipman December a party of young men shooting fish. fair, Ji00i7J: 15;culU, to Choice. 3. 65 4 00; He went to a spring for a drink and in common tt.104. 13.good 183C. He w as retired in 1SS1 under 14, spring lambs, 3.00 to fair. 0033. the 02 year act. For some months he kneeling down his pistol slipped from 35.00 none of the best on sale. good light, H.2555 Veal Calves Fair to i his pocket, and the hammer striking a has been in rather feeble health. 5.00 stone uischarged. it. The ball 16dged 4.25. extra, 5.5, common and large, llOoQj Another llody Found Wool The market is quiet and prices rule Vicksburo, Miss., May 10. Passen- in his left breast two inches abovo the easy, although receipts aro not liberal. Eastgers by the Anchor liner, City of St. heart. He is badly hurt. ern markets exhibit quite a depressed appearKilled a .Man at a FestliaL Louis, which passed up at S p. m., ance: Top qualities of unwashed ii3X wool Hopklssville, Ky., May 15. The quotable at 12313c per lb. burn" and n. report that the, body of another victim 536c less. Harry Brown examining trial of Rich Hardy, Bob of the New Yoafc. May 11 was picked up Thursday night while Coleman, George Young, Will ColeSep"Wheat No. I red Julv. going down. It is thought to be the man and Gilbert Rives, tho five colored tember. e9X69$c. December. 70Ji70ic Corn No. 2 September, 36Xc. Na i, K3 remains of George W. Beardsley, the men arrested and lodged in jail here, charged with the murder of Ed Long 3SJfc 6teersman. Oats No. 2, July. 24Jic: western, 25328KC at a festival near White Oak Grove, lias No Opponent. Toledo, Ct. tfiy 16. south of this city, Saturday, was called Wheat No.. 2 rod cash 6"Hc; Ju.y. 64 Jf; Paris, Ky.. May 15. Tho appellate before County Judge Breathitt. The August. 64 c; September, 64Xc; Na 3 red, district democratic committee decided day was consumed cash, 63. in that if there is no opposition to Judge which was conflicting. taking testimony COHS No. 2 mixed. May. 27c. 10 he shall bo declared Tryor-bJune Oats No. 2 mixed, July, 200. Postal Clerk Air Pleads Guilty. CniCAGO. May 16. the nominee. If there is opposition Calls on July wheat opened at 62X363C, sold Covington, Ky., May 15. Edward precinct conventions will be held on at 6!XQ63c, last price t2Q.&ia. Puts opened the 20th inst. Richmond was selected N. Air, of Newport, Ky., pleaded guilty at 6 6i)ic, last price tic to the charge of embezzlement before as tbe place for the district meeting. Calls on July corn opened at 29Kc. last price Judge Barr, in the United States court J9Mc bid. Puts opened at. 29H3-K- . last Jury Disagree. price 29c bio. Thursday. He was registry clerk in Lebanon, Ky., May 15 In the Lee the Newport post office. Buftalo, May 16 Judge Barr r Cattle Good, handy steers, il&O. voals, Boyle case th being out deferred sentence until December and dull, 3.S04 00. 9:45 Wednesday night until 1 from pigs, 13.60; mediums, Hoes Yorkers Thursday aftei noon, reported to the released Air on S5.000 bond. His !a80 good heavy, and V33 47H. ?a 4 court that they were hopelessly hung. friends are already active at WashingSueep aj.b Lambs -- Prlmo handy lambs, fi.S0Ii5.10; fair to good, iJ.4034.85 good mixed They stood two for acquital and ten ton in his behalf, endeavoring to seifceep.tl4033.50; extra wethers. $3 6033.73. for guilty. A bond of S1,000 was al- cure his pardon. PiTTSBunciL Pa. May 16 Opposition to Judge Denny. lowed Lee Boylo by tbe court. one-hal- f, well-know- and AVas Killed. DON'T FORGET, no matter how much you are charged for a small i)iece of other brands, W the chew is no better than " Battle Ax." DON'T FORGET, "Economy f is wealth," and f you want all you can get ior your money. Why pay 10 cents for other brands when you 5! can get "Battle Ax" for 5 cents? vk. 1 u Time Onward's dam was Nettie Time, (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17J, the invincible campaigner through the grand THE LEAGUE BALL GAMES. Contests Aro Interesting, bnt No Tram Has a Hlortgajje on the l'cnnant. TLo national gamo-wanever moro popular than it is this season, and tho result of tho Leagno contests is no vhit less hard to gucs3 than it was after tho playing of tho first game. There have been sudden and unexpected defeats ,uid phenomen.il spurts of strong, playing on tho part of clubs that ero considered weak ; disappointing scores have been tho luck of the most zealous workers and at tho samo timo tho delight of players presumably inferior, and so it s goes. Eut the end is a long way off. g-- ready the standing of tho clubs has dergone' almost complete revolution, and a gnat deal moro seesawing will bo done ere tho pennant is placed. Considerable good timber has developed among this season's recruits, and there may be more surprises for tho magnates when a month or so of tho hot work has brought these youngsters down to their fight- Alun- circuit in 1S02.) by Mambrino Time, (full brothertoLadyStout),bvMarabrino Patchen. She was the best brood mare on record Go at 14 years of age, (the timeofherdenth,) Illinois' famous bill making it a crime having five sons in the 2:50 list, three of for a barber shop to be kept open for J5s, two producing business on Sundays, has been declared them better than daughters and two more sons to take re by the Illinois supreme court to be cords. tutioual. Time Os'wtnD represents the popular Wilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded DENTAL STJEGERY. to be the greatest mixture of blood OLD LIQUORS yet produced. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, This rich breeding with such ppeed producing power and individuality as 2 TO 14 "YEARS OLD DENTAL SURGEON, Time 0.wkd pasbeses, will suroly ge Kentucky Richmond, Pure Old Whiskies for Familv an t V trotters of the Inchest type. ctnal Use-- , in 5 and 10 gaUm brown horse, nearly He is a beautiful Packages, a specialtv. OrriCK Smith building. Main Street. Office hours, 9:00 to 11 M ; roo to 4 sixteen hands high, with fine style and SI. limited to dentistry. action, and can trot in 2:'.V) at any time. Silver Creek Liquor ESTWill stand this reason at $20 to J C MORGAN. J. A. YATES insure a living colt. MORGAN & YATES, Wlroiesdh; Dealers, -B.H. NEAR. DENTISTS- ,Silver Creek, K KlCHMOND, Kentucky. f JJ and See,,. un-con- 22-2- 1 ...the TWo Jone?& Jpf ... - FIE ce fcapy, - Orncx-lian- k Main Street, over Madison National ing w eight d Tlll-Tappl- f sprln-fanc- Hor-nada- y, der a real disability. And, again, if a player does a star act of agility and skill, a cheery word from tho captain is a gratcfnl thing and does mnch to incito tho player to other and better accomplishments. As to a general Kiting of tho 12 League clubs, that, too, is impossible, and a premature attempt thus early in tho struggle would bo an absurdity There will bo improvements both in individual performance and in team work. and then when each combination settles down to itsmaxiniuni capability it will bo timo enough to inako figures. BASEBALL Ono commendable tendency has been evinced by this year's crop of captains, and that is in tho direction of patience under pressure of bad luck. There is not so much lndifcriminate roasting for bad plays, and there is better appreciation of good ones. If an infielder muffs and somebody scores in consequence, it is bad work, and tho faulty one must expect to have his blunder very definitely pointed out in order that ho may be impressed with tho importance of careful work and bo led to better his methods. But to shout at him is to incciipo him, and to incense him is to place him un- J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. Richmond a m S. Kentucky. ti-7- 7 Cron and bridge work a specialty Office over V'allace A. llloe. Mam street. Office hours 9 ti 13 m , t to 4 p m j)0N'T Hoh to Cnro TOP JOBACCO. ioureIf Mi m Fine; Groceries. 15. BREVITIES. Lambs-Extr- 60- - There is room for improvement in tho Giants' infield. This is Dad Clarke's ninth season as a professional pitcher. Tho Boston club has seven New England league graduates. Tim Hurst earned $800 tho past win- CU1IED OY BACO CUKO AND GAINED THIRTY ter as a boxing referee. POUNDS. Boston is ono team Baltimore must From hundreds of testimonials, the fear. Baltimore News. originals of which are on file and open McGraw will not bo ablo to play ball to inspection, the following is presented: for Kovuml mnntlia nr. loner. liileUsin u. The tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is seriously aflect- ed, itr pairing health, comfort and happi ness To quit suddenly is too bevere a shock to the system, as tobacco to any cterale Uber becomes a stimulant that his6Mem continually craves. "Isaco-Curo- " is u scientific cure for the tobacco habit, in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin phybician who has used it in his private practice since 1872, without a failure It is purely tegetable and guaranteed perfectly harudbbs You can use all the tobacco jou want while taking 'lUco-CuroIt will notifv vou when on stop. 'Wegivea written guarantee to curt permanently any case with three boxes, or refund tho money with 10 per cent, interest. "Baco-Cura- " is not a substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with no iucontenience. It leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine as the day you topk your first chew or smoke. ." Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of tow n. Canned Ooods. . Salt by the Barrel Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries SF"Come andsee me E. R, Rowland, Irvine l . 'THE OLIVER - Is the CHEAPEST and BEST Plow in the World, and The OLIVER Repairs Cost less than any other plow repairs on the market. fleece-grow- ill-fat- tug-bo- at y jury,"-afte- Frankfort, Ky., May 15. It Is 165 calvos. 73.0034 Hogs Prime J3 5033.55. Cattle Prime. $1203130. good. rood butchers. I3.8as4.10-- . rough heavr, O hotel in Biston. And now it is said that Charley has a half interest in tho Columbus teaur'of tho Western league. William MeKinley loves baseball. This fact will not impair his chances for tho presidential nomination. Not a club mado double figures on the ttI0t?0: opening day. Only four mado doublo fat. ;3.f03 figures on hits and two played errorless 'nreka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Cr0s"e' For forty This season there are six playing years I used tobacco in all its forms. For managers in the National leairue. years of that time I was a Tim Hurst always has a kind wordof twenty-fiv-e grit sufferer from general debility and encouragement for young players. McPiirland and Meyer are the most heart disease. For fifteen years 1 tried to quil, but couldn't. I took various prominent of St Louis' youngsters. The major league players dread Cleve- remedLjs, among others land this season, as tho Cleveland dia- "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Doub- leChlo-id- e mond is skin. of Gobi," etc., etc, but none The veteran third baseman, Harry of then: did me the least bit of'good. Shafcr, is now connected with the Savoy Finally, lrowever, I purchased a- - bos of ''No-To-Ba- c," ! Staffordisgivmgtaimaughtonahard!0 f racofcr the New York outfield. lis&piaa The best Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Wapons, "Wire and Wire II a n g e s, Etc., Cheap at............... If vou want the .Plow buy the OLIVER.. B'E't $ Gentry's. ( Fence, Stoves, Shackelford OOOOOOOCOCDOOOOOOOOC)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOe)000000)OOOOOOoooo your "Baco-Cnro- " and it has entirely rommon. $t II 403s, 45; Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. lar. H. "Wettstein, a enterprising citizen of Byron, 111., writes: .'Before I paid much attention to regulating the bowels, I Lardly knew a well day; but since I learned the evil results of constipation, and Uio effiCrtCy of well-known, cured tne of the habit in all its forms, and I have increased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from all the numerous aches and pains of body and mind. I could write a quire of paper unon my changed feelings and conditian. Yonni respectfully, P. H. Maubuky, Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. Sold iv all druggists at $1.00 per box, games. There are now two old baseball nlav- - three boxes, (thirty days treatment), crs employed as baseball editors on $2 50 with iron-clawriiten gnarantee, prominent Boston dailies John Morrill or sent direct upon receipt of price. and Tim Murnanc, Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka Pn ilcntFrccdmauof theNew Yorks Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis., has offtrcd to any member of tho team and Boston, Mass. 47-2-0 who bats over 380 per cent this season a suit of clothes mado to order. d, JUST RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM N YORK OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection . Prices Lower than tlie lowest.- - Min-nic- Harvard's Ball Team. blood-poisone- 3eH AVER'S Pills, v r - day's sickness faffWKA for over thirty-yeanot one attack. that did not readily yieMto this remedy. My wife had been, previous to our marriage, an invalid for years. She had a prejudice against cathartics, but as poon as she begarr-tuse Ayer's Pills her health was I have not rs had-on- e 3h7 The brawny young men who form Harvard's baseball team did nor. makoa ery gocd impression by their work in the first game cf tho season. Tho boys did not go after fly balls with good judgment, and tho battery work wes decidedly off the first part of tho gama If tho Harvard nine want to win, they should keep Scannell behind the bat, where his experience will be a valuable aid to the nw pitchers, and had he Iteeu catching the first two innings tEo picked nine would not have made so many runs. Howeyer, cxperi-- cuce is tno best teacher, and Captain Dean wOl have his men in lino very soon and will play a-- very strong game. Exchange. There's Something Wrong. ROUTE -- BEST UMB 1 TO AND FBQ- M- Solid )es.tHnled Trnln with Buffet Pur lor Cars.K Qtxnt CojcIick, DIhIiik 'r--, V. K,,r, Stnu'iMftjDip, Hiid ltc-- t tiiirme Pr.vio lU.irliiitut tinet Hconi. 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