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' - i -- i h T. , Qjiiuiiinruiniin-iiuinn-uinnnrinjinn-iruip 1 5 iDYERLSWG MEDIUM oiru innrtruxr inruxaru innruiru ihrE f1 x 3 n.vprn.. v , JOB WORK trYtrp.i I 5 -- Ji Iff 1 f :lc 3 l i ri n nii , , J (!) L896. Latest msvnjuriiiuinruuunnnjirm.njuuuin.inib tyi . VOLUME IX. ADTEHTISIHG.SATSS. O o " i -- EICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, J WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, OUR NEW YORK LETTER. NUMEEK U.SGo.'t Report 51 n o S ! 2 2 SPACE. 2 I 2 s-- " Special Correspondence. to climb a hill on asphalt Changes in New York journalism still than to rido over the little bumps of a ' K0,:' rough stone pavement. It is the petty continue. That bountiful editor and oa5S23j4Sof7eo 17 00 j Inches. i7J , 5o 350 7 00 11 00 tn 30 annoyances of life, and not the strain of proprietor W. R. Hearst is planning on a 50 3 30. 5 00 10 -- o 15 00 23 25 3 Inche. 4 Inches. a an 19 00 28 73 3 oot 4 00 6 00 great achievements, that wear men out. afternoon edition of Tho Journal. It 5 Inches. EG U LATOR 7 50 13 oe 13 00 34 3 350 s H ' "' 18 00 27 oc e bicycle began to disap- is to bo under tho management of Mr. 40 00 The 400 600 6 co 9 00 13 00 7 co 40 00 60 00 H Col pear as soon as it was called the "ordi- Carvalho, Joseph Pulitzer's lato $35,-00- 0 8 oe ia col 17 7s 34 5 iCoI IaAMUUUUUvVamwvU co So 00 50 x Cot .. xo co xs co 22 50 42 col 60 00 coo oe a year lieutenant. nary." Universal acceptance is the preTflE SPOHTING WORLD. READY TO PORK, And, by tho way, tho financial buo-ceJ"Readine notices 10 cents a line for first incursor of oblivion. THE BEST sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion' of tho evening editions of Tho Sun Harvard's Crew Turns Down Coach WatThe man who can ride in the gutter Obituaries, retvohitions of repeet and similar matson Campan and His Novel Trotter at half rates. No specified poMtien. without hitting the curb, could not ride and World is a littlo remarkable. Tho ting; Flan Canadian Racing. . s : without falling in. Evening Sun's earnings havemado divias near the river-ban- k i ER RLGULATOR. Country Bacon, Don't MOTHER dends a possibility in placo of deficits in take it Now is the time you The realization of impending danger Bacon, Harvard oarsmen oro training hard ' m ivt to wiike up your Liver. A Mr. Dana's office, Tho Evening World makes disaster almost inevitable. , splendid showing Our factory on Laurel Street in Rich. Country Ham, ' lun bungs or. Fever The sun has passed the we&tem liills7 likewise is said to bo moro prosperous and ought to moke arace mond is now running, and we are The scorcher can boast of his records, in tho quadrangular in June, Dur:u. Rheumatism, and many otlier City The twilight eIkuIovnb fall; prepared to fill orders for twist of the J- - shatter the constitution and but the slow rider enjoys beauties ol than tho costly morning edition of that ing Watson's absence in Europe in March paper. Thero is not much valuo to either George Faulkner was called in to help I hoeni to hear that dreamy Bense', Lard, Sausage. gj Diw't forget the word tvtltli. laud and sky which the former never H .( Tho Evening Sun or World, but they Mumford in tho coaching, and tho pan That dear fniniliar call. i at or. it is Simmons Liver Oi Successful men sometimes waste sees. BEST MEATS THE MARKETS , j AFFORD. LATOR vouwant. The ord REG- seem to fill an unoccupied gap. Mr. did so well andgot along so agreeably their lives in auiasoing a fortune, and Hearst is still sinking $1,000 a day, with tho oarsmen that Watson, in spite I see her standing ever near, a R distinguishes t it from all ether r neglect pleasures and opportunities that moro In place of every otlier; J -- . And, besides tins, SIMMONS and II. 0 or less, on his morning enterprise, of his three years' agreement, has been . i lv KhOULATOR is a Regulator of the The one who never will forsake are within the reach of all. given a cold "throw down." Tho crew under tho ablo direction of Mr. C. M. I . k reps it properi v at work, that your That true, tried friend, my mother. The minister, the professor, the doc Palmer, who is In a great measuro the absolutely would not havo him back, - ; v mav le kept m good condition. "Pair o! tor, when on their bicycles, give the right guiding inflnenco of tho journal, though and thero the matter rests, no official FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS I see her in the morning rise, action having been taken on tho matter. 1 REGULATOR. Next to Richmond National Bask oe It is the best blood of way to the driver of a beer wagon. "With Bmiles and words of cheer. his hand has always boon hidden. He Thero is little chance to get a lino on Brands, three grades. We can save yon Main St. Telephone 51. Try it and note p ' cr and corrector. We yield in daily a flairs not to our su- and Sam. Chamberlain, tho managing money. Send us a trial order; you will Suppress the sigh andpadden thoughts Look for the RED Z j"ierence. tho crew. Tho eight are better off than be glad with our products. t Espeperiors but to those who happen to have editor, really run the paper. Of course they wero Douglas & Smith. i for those who are not near. 'v p uka ge. You wont find it on last year. The stroke has been the power to harm us. they consult tho man who disburses tho slightly changed, and the men are hit- cially pleased to hear from country mer'Thrr medicine, and tberc is no other a chants. I I tee her when the day is o'er, remedy like SIMMONS LIVER When the pneumatic tube is punc- funds as a matter of courtesy. ting up a strong leg drive. Recently White i Ross, Ht i ii latoR- - the King of Liver Remedies. With reverence and alTeciion, Julian Ralph and Editor Hearst. tured, we wish for the solid tire The they bad three sharp half mile brushes ic iiu get it. 10 Richmond, Ky. Buw down beside the bed at night, Apropos of this, Julian Ralph has with tho strong senior crew and won good old times had some advantages over J II . ilit told a good story. Ralph was summoned two of them in fast time. This eight is Asking God for our protection. these days of modern conveniences. Time Ef24, to Tho Journal office and a proposition now rowing: Goodrich, stroke; Bui-larTlie slow bicycle wobbles, the swiftly And when the lamps are lit, mado to him by Mr. Chamberlain, who No. 7 ; Sprague, No. 0 ; Townsend, ) COLUMN. PROFESSIONAL fect May 12, 1895. My tearful cries I 6mother, moving wheel iWa not swerve but it No. 6; Moulton, No. 4; Perkins, No. IR Knights of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky, we most is liable to accident- - A small business is introduced him to Hearst and then And pray the Lord above to spare 1ST CLASS. Mr. Ralph talked of terms, but 3 ; Hollister, No. 2 ; Marvin, bow. Ex2ND CLASS. EAST BOUND -- cordially welcome you to the city of Richmond and the always insecure; a large one prospersby Hearst replied in monosyllables and in No. 1 No. 3. No. 5. Na. 1. My only friend, my mother. change. ATTOHrrSYS. Ex Sua Ex Sub Ex Sa ExSm. way. In fact, ho showA luce Smitii-Trave- rs. countv.of Madison, to hold your 49th annual conclave. In the the very momentum of success, till the a noncommittal A Novel Trot. T M. A. M. ed signs of embarrassment, and Ralph A. K crash comes. Versailles....... S ss 6 40 10 Hi Dw J. Campau, who is at the head of CURIOUS STORY OF A WOMBAT. II B. llOUCx, Nicholas ville... XI 4 o1 name of the citizens of Richmond and of Madison county, we wel7 33 after every hill was quite unable to got anything definite Detroit racing affairs, is ono of the track There is a down-grad- e Valley View XI 4" 7 58 SS from him. Soon Mr. Chamberlain reMiltHm.-.- ... A TTORNEY AT LA W, can not be trusted to 8 II but the head-win- d XI 39 II 58 The wombat is a little animal resemb- come you ! turned, and Hearst aroso with a sigh of managers who fnvor shorter contests for P. St. change in one's favor. It is possible to j Rtchraoad- -. 3 30 IIJ.JMB 11 IS half an trotters, especially in tho classes where Kentucky. ling in appearance a small bear, with BEST MADE .... Ruhmosd, Ubioc.h.hwh.m The freedom of the city is yours, so voted by the sovereign peo- overcome an ordinary obstacle 60 that relief. to "I havo been trying for he said, extreme speed is required to win, and ho 13 z iija hour talk to Mr. Ralph," Moberljr 1 06 , short a broad short back, and very II 31 further progress will be easier, but the "but somehow wo don't moke much is going to introduce some novel features Unique, efficient, labor savins. Will BrassftefcL. 11 M 15? short tail. It eats grass and other veg- ple unanimously and with one accord. sprinkle 4 times greater area than Panola 1 ta you scttlo tho on theso lines in tho two freo for alls of man who goes contrary to popular preju- progress. Now, won't nrKeNo n Fkt street, upstairs. any others. Highest award at the lrviae.. l- etable matters and is a harmless little Not only the city is yours, but everything that therein is. matter with him?" With this he quick- the Detroit grand circuit meeting next dice can never be sure that the opposiChicago Exposition. creature, shy and gentle in its habits, way July. Tho purso hi each race is to bo This, they ly TSVa. S N.S. Xavx You have done us the honor to come the people are pleased to tion will abate. Dr. A. L. Benedict, in Mr.retired. "edits" Theny, is thoAtoll $3,500, and the horses will go a mile The "Little Giant" Traveling WEST BOUND Ex SaalEx KANTE. LILLY, though it can bite if very much proJournal. Hearst Sh the New Bohemian. is an ingenious, efficient, and money, $1,500, on ono of events, ho has the disposition and the dash for first voked. make your stay one of pleasure. r. k. r.M. wonderful machine. 'Under an ordinary Irviae. TTORNEY-AT-L- A .4 II, a o power to pay good salaries, and, If re- tho early days of tho meeting. Later in water pressure of ;50 pounds or upwards Paao- -t THE CODE AND THE DUEL. Iu the May "Chatterbox" there is a All the institutions, public and private, are open to you the port bo true, ho has added to hiswealth tho week the beaten horses will start it will drag 100 feet of spirden hote ami BrassfeM s 3 of a farmer who had a wombat for a K.t iivovu, Kentucky. story Moberly again in a race at a mile and repeat to 3 so s Among archaic things in this country recently by a coup in stocks. Another decide tho award of second and thin! propel itself slowly and continuously in UBIOB..... pet; he took it a long way into the forest hotels, restaurants and other places of refreshment, and the jail, too. a it SIS Richmond . 6 05 3 to chiss interesting chapter in journalism might moneys. The Detroit turfman says that either a straight line or a circle of any MrfhOH w e have S4 come at last, happily, in order to get rid of it, Jut twice the litx 6 as Sob bo told in tho recent history of the troudesired diameter, while its speed may be Valley Tew SJ am,-- - s. W. earner Mmu ami Second streets if necessary. S 34 "the duello," as it was ouce proud to be blous Times and Tho Recorder. The tho shortened contest will lessen tho varied at will from 15 to 500 feet per Nicholas viMc tle annimal returned, having found its up Will practice 6j8 all the eoims of way 13 No restraints worth mentioning are placed upon you go anil called. "The field of houor," "the code moral is that even tho best newspaper strain upon tho animals eugaged, whilo hour. Versailles. without help to its adopted home. T 5 M i.'ism aHJ mlftlagounUe- - ami Court o f 3 By means of a tisured dial plate it is likely to result an a moro remarkThe third time the farmer conveyed it come at will, by daiT and by night, by sunshine and by lamplight, you ot honor," "the saunfaetion usuul among property may be ruined speedily and it 3s may be set to travel any desired disgentlemen," and otlier phrases, huve he- that fakes and sensationalism do not al- able exhibition of speed than is cus- tance. A moment suffices to cbanue its across a deep and broad river, and as the sysTrains betweea Lotus-iaa VaraaHliS atV wombat cannot suini, he felt sure he had can ride or walk, sit down or stand up, go to bed and get up at your roine pi actieally obsolete; and where6 ways provo successful, oven though tomary under tho old three in five W. li. SMITE., Trains betweea Ciacmaati aa-- TilTil-Mi- ijI tem of harness racing. Tho outcomo of speed from the highest to the lowest daily. guided by master hands. and may be gauged to distribute a gotten rid of the persistent pet ; but no ! pleasure, and do all at your own sweet will. formerly it would have been very astonAll trams connect with Sowthera Rajfwav ( the Detroit experiment will bo watched sprayiteffectively over a swarth varying Sex Equality Again Recognized. ATTORNEY AT LA W LowsvitV, am! ishing thing if a gentleman failed to send the little creature soon found a huge falwith much interest by horsemen. New in width from 5 to 50 feet, while by sim- andtofrom from Ltaciaaati. with the C N. O.ftT. Tho blossoming of tho shirt-waiin P. ami God bless 'em, welcome you, for verily his "friend" with a challenge to any otliEspecially do the ladies R ii h mosd, Kentucky. len tree which lay half across the stream, ply throwing it out of gear it is instantly You can soead live hoars in LoaisviHe, ahoat six tho windows of men's haberdashers is, York Sun. u p. and crawling to the extreme-end- , sat they do like brilliant uniforms, especially on fine looking gentlemen. er "entlemau who insulted him, the I suppose, another recognition ol sex converted into a stationary sprinkler hours in Cincinnati or 3:30hoars ia Lcxiagta, aot return to Richmond at at. English Cyclists Are Timid, of exceptional efficiency. For through rates aad other iaforBUtiOB ga7.ig wistfully-a- t the departed farmer. astonishing thing now would be for such equality. Women's hats wero sold in t iffnt in CoIRm BsMhc. 0 drink and be merry; especially drink, for Richmond has the a challenge to Decent under any circum- men's rasmonawe nat stores long ago. i drv fhn mflirmmtinn nf thft ntinm. The propelling force is supplied by any ticket a.eat or address Eat, So touched was the man that he paddled plonshipa of tho international Cyclists back pressure of water in the arms back again, took his lat little passenger finest sj'stem of water works in Kentucky, and water isabundaut, and stances; although it must be said, in But in shirt waists, as in hats, thero is association tho events of tho N. C. U. causing them to revolve with force and J U. & D. M. CHENAULT, on Ixiard, and carried it home, much to truth, that the duel itself (con- still a difference. TKo man who buys a of England havo suffered exceedingly. rapidity while at the same time they good. The ice factory adds immensely to its originally good quality. honest derby hat for himself on Broadway or Just at present a howl is going up from throw out a fine spray or mist. of the children. the delight sidered apart from its code) was much When ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fifth avenue will pay $5 for Body of made There are a number of other stories ot Do be merry, for this is the merry month of May and while you less objectionable than are many of the ho buys headgear of equal simplicity tho English cycling press protesting "painted." sprinkler standard of iron made of Arms and K. C. DIVISION. against tho admittance of foreigners in Kentucky. Natural History in this magazine about are here for business, it is well to mingle pleasures therewith xUille inodes of violence than have succeeded for his wife, ho pays more than double theso championships It will be remem- brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 inches Rkiimond, the majestic Elk, A Faithful Dos, A Vi it. So- much may be conceded, with- that sum. So the man who can get a bered that Zimmerman captured the long, 15 inches wide over all. Wheels, In Effect Mahch 1, ISM diameter. Height of tip of olet Vanity of certain Birds, and "Lynn dalci. out iu auy degree lessening the just con- very good shirt made to order for $2 mile race one year and Sanger landed 10 inches 15 arm head, NORTH BOUND. inches. Total weight, 40 "Sce on Seoea4 street, ever Cfceeaitk's gro- tho half dozen shirt finds tho the Deerhound." The story of 'Toui-petrry The people are heartily glad to wel demnation of dueling as a relic of a bar- waists ho bill for wife to order comes tho prize tho following season. It is so pounds. told his lv. express for CinciHRtHf, AK9 the Great Roman," is told in an inseldom that an Englishman has scored barous chivalry. The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received Wie-i- r. rMwU-vHtin for $00. Even tho ready made shirt e, X. come you, Sir Knight6, because they know teresting wa3and in theseriesof "Young It was "the code" which really gave waist of simplo cut and cheap material k'a tho championships of his necessary ue hmuest award at the orldXCoTuTiri STEl'IlEN D. Pj0MlTSn, ami i.exiHgtSH ian Exposition, Chicatp that it apparently has become bters in Popular Tales" there is an arti duel its specially malefic character. is $3.50. 6.30 mail. that those who wear the insignia of your or- the to shut out all competitors from abroad. cle about Henry Esmond. (FREISHT PS1D.) A TTOHNEY AT LA IP, Cincinnati, Paris, Mays- ?E6f H36r As long as this inexorable law prevailed, Chief Consul Potter of tho League of New York JournaL der, must be geutlemen in the broadest seiiee every gentleman was under bonds to American Wheelmen seems to havo a In addition, short and continued stor. m. vnie, Winchester sad Kentucky. ries of Rk hmdm), 2.05 Loxiagton mail. 1M adventure, poems and other inof the meaning of that word. They are honor to resent to the death any im- level head. There havo been 3 good This Season's Yachtsmen Exempt. L hTEIMSS ILWICIUBLTC C9, Livingston, Loodou, Jl- recently teresting reading certainly make the peachment, however slight, of his truth, many arrests mado in this city On tho subject of largo steam or rac1.10 Iteo, Piiieville. Safe !pleased to welcome you because your order P Carcats, Trade Marl, T)ewt!, Etc. " - MJ opinion not ing craft tho American yachtsman has is aa May "Chatterbox" a splendid number. honesty, or courage. A few exemptions for "scorching. But in his I -e ef Kr ii a to T1rnttiihty f mrcMiFast line for Livingston, half enough wheelmen aro arrested for tho best of charterers or owners. Tho SPKUGFIEU, USS. Ebtes & Lauriat, publishers, 196 Sumis a noble one, including among its funda- were allowed, it is true- - but on the jr. l'nsariasso1 laciMtec. Mfl rait icnus. 11.43 LoinIon,JelJko,KiHxriIM I VUfcJ ?HJkM 46- this evil. A particularly aggravated of- Payno bill, so successfully passed in tho i,ii'viacfora pait. wrMe ne ii mer street, Boston, Mass. 50 cents a A. M. Fast Hoe for Cincinnati P. K-mental principles, Faith, Hope and Charity, w hole, not to recognize the code, when fense of fast riding occurred tho other interests of yacht owners, cuts no ice fij-Ca-n be seen in operation at resi year or 3 months for 10 cents. 3.19. Paris, Winchester. occasion arose under it, was to be banned day, and tho judge imposed a flno of among men whoso orders were given a 11.43 dence of editor of Climax PHrSICIAiTS. grave as a coward Revisingthe maxim of the $50. This ought to have good effect P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and A. X- ANOTHER SINGLE TAX ARTICLE. the greatest of which is charity that extends beyoud the ago. The builders or couplo of weeks tftW 15 btanforil McKinley Boom and Stocks. civil code, the duello magnified trifies to tho charterers of British steam yachts through the boundless realms of eternity. DO and 205 p. in. ak. efe&a' Some of tho newspaper correspondWho can think wrongs that could be expiated only in whoso American contractors hail from Wanted-II. U. GIBSON, Cincinnati, 0., May 10, 1S9G. of some slmpto connection at Winchester An Sir Knights, wo welcome you because you are friends ot the blood. It was not allowed to treat such ents claim that the MoKinley boom is this season aro luckily out of tho new I for Lofevitrtf, tb!n.r to catent? you Editor Climax, Richmond, Ky. Dear rToicct your mean: xney may having a bad effect on tho stock mar- enactment, and thus tho American cus- I Write JOUN WEDDEKBURN & Drug Patentwkuu.- and all trains 'make coBnectkm at CO- Attorwith indifference or contempt; I'lIY.ilCIAX AND SURGEON, Sir: Seeing that your paper is willing widow and orphan, about whom you are ever ready to fold the man- things ket, owing to a fancied uncertainty recj . .imiiiiiB mu, is. ukx 9JotA priU for all points. and any attempt to pursue that course garding his financial views. But prices toms duties will benefit but littlo from sod list of two hundred lnreatloca wanted. vixcr Kentucky. to publish articles, I wish to request that Hi hm.im. Exchange. tho Payno enactment tle of protection. Through sleeper to KnoxviUe tm UM toward an equal in social, political, or have declined and advanced so many you give your renders an opportunity to p.m. train. professional life, if it did not at once times without any cause whatover save irfi c id the Joe (V.rtns bnfldHig, 18 a&d 20 SecSir Knights, we, the people, welcome you because you, see the question of the single tax disA Sharpie Thirty Footer. 27- ond srrrct, over Whim .new drugstore. ARRIVALS. conclude the matter fatally against the the effects of the bulls and tho bears A craft that promises to be a surprise cussed. as did your prototypes a thousand years ago, are battling for the person undertaking it, only shifted the; alono that littlo credence need bo placed new 30 foot class, says Tho Forin tho Trains returning to Richmond amv as The single tax means the abolition of of old went forth mortal initiative to the other party. in their statements. It is generally con- est and Stream, is now on tho stocks at follows : all taxes on industry and its products right and for the cause of Christ. As the Knights rilAS. HOOKER, ceded that both tho Republicans and Hunt's boatshop, at Bridgeport, Conn. . From Cincinnati 1.10; 7.38; 11,48 j.bu cri 1 ETEIUNARY SURGEON, and the raising of all public revenue by sword and spear in hand, booted and spurred with vistor and hemlet There was no alternative where it "was Democrats will declare for so called Whilo tho dozen other yachts of the class From Maysville 1.10; 7.33 p. w. so sternly commanded to fight or be dis- -l sound money in their national convenCart, without trt a tax upon the value of land, irrespecFrom Livf agstou 3.19 a. w.; 12,56 p. M. (gradual Ontario Vttermary Coltegc and shield, clad in glittering armor, to do battle with the Saracens, so honored. Eveu men like Clay had to tions. Tho uncertainty will come later, are fin keels of the conventional round lriOTirlodgo of artybody- From Rowland 10.10 a. at. tive of improvements. For the benefit frame model, this latest ono is neither Veterinary Deaftstry as4 Steri4ty a Specialty. of buch as are not thoroughlj posted are contending for the rights they held, and ever since obey the despotic rule; and beneath it when a portion from each party slides moro nor less than a fin keel sharpie. Has Never Failed When Direc-it you, iffa. up stairs over lS!w York Store, corner such men as Hamilton had to fall. off to another ticket CONNECTIONS. Her owner is Clinton Barnum Seeley, would be well to explain that the term have been 46- Mam and First streets. KtcbfaofK? tions are Followed. regarded, as dearest to your hearts and homes. Tho asphalted side streets In tho city formerly owner of tho Atlantic, schooner, William Cecil Elam, in May Lippin-cott'- s. 'value of laud" includes the value oi fS?Out-goinswarm with bicycle beginners, particutrains connect at Parw and her designer is William Gardner, D; Sirs, you are accorded a hearty welcome because we know that railway, telegraph and other franchises, larly women, and gallant lads organize well known through Liris, Kathleen, ri Address 3". wnvr.Oti a t?.tt, Ricn- ft. with Lexington, Frankfort, CiftcMBati, Wv M. II. C. Maysville and intervening points. a franchise being the privilege granted you are founded on Christian virtues, and amid all the temptations Appellate Committee .Meeting. themselves into a corps of volnstary inAlcjoa and Norota. Medicine and Surgery. g hour after 4 p. m trains connect at Winchbs-te- r to a corporation or individual to occupy Meeting of Committee of Fifth Appel- structors. Probably tho worshipful bu1 1H11 YJtWlT t !", Collins Buildint:, Main Street. with Lexington and points weer, AW A JV rkj..k A. ) thatjsurround you you never forget that you are "Soldiers of the Cross." late District of Kentucky held at Parle, reau having the streets in charge did X. . rw. Vm1 " "VrT TlOCTtJC T Tc rph me at resMlence (the Curr place) en a certain body of land for certain purSunday Ball Games. and Mt. Sterling and points east 0 g Urouday. poses to the exclusion of all other cor- That you are always found in the habilamonts of righteousness, tra- May 13, 1696. Meeting called to order not see this benefit to tho community. trains connect at LivingsIndianapolis being unablo to play the The Roof Garden Infliction. Kentucky porations or individuals. The objects Rn hmumi, --- --ton with Cumberland Gap, Knoxvilk, Western league games scheduled for by Capt. T. E Moore, Chairman. On By the way, roof gardens promiso to that city on Sundays this summer, a Louisville and intervening points. of the advocacy of this change in taxa- versing the straight.path of rectitude, whether elevated to the highest motion J. C Cantrill, of Scott county, g bo a greater infliction this summer than proposition has been made to transfer trains connect at Rowlanb DR. II. II. ROBERTS..... tion are to secure to each man all that pinnacle of worldly grandeur, or whether you glide into the humble was elected Secretary.-ever before. Some may imagine that tho (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, them to Anderson, Ind. As Anderson is Pm:i Kentucky his labor produces, for the present method KnoxviUe, Louisville and amuseMotion made seconded no is a but 30 miles from Indianapolis, excurvale of obscurity. Because j'ou never forget him who said, "I am other candidate and Judge that if an- roof garden this source of refined points. is a great mistake. A sions ment, but fiaTtiffire: Cornor Duncan Aronuc and of taxation in taxing products of labor than Pryor would insure big crowds from InJT"Trains do not stop where no Im. of what is justly the resurrection and the life ; he that believeth in me, though he were nounces himself for Judge of the Court visitor to New York last summer, who dianapolis and larger ones from all the deprives producers Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. is specified. was attired in mourning, was persuaded atKairoiiice Hours: S to 10 a. in., 1 to 4 p. theirs: To remove all lejial restrictions For additional information, inquire ef dead yet shall he live ; and whosoever liveth and believeth in me of Appeals before the tenth day of June, to go to a roof garden on tho plea that it "gas belt" cities. bo If anything, tho InS p. m. hi., 7 to on the production and exchange of larger than in tendance would 1S9C, that the Chairman of this ComIf you want the best Washing Ma- K. HOOD, agent at Richiuoud, or ef was not placo of amusement, "And," dianapolis, for a few games at least -- t twealth, for a tax on labor products less- shall never die." Because you teach all mankind by your example mittee shall declare Judge Pryor as the ho said asolemnly afterward, chine that fs made, one that a child other agents. "I found Anderson has always had Sunday ball ens the production of the thing taxed. to be true and faithful to the Captain of sanation ; to offer suitable Democratic nominee. ...Sl'BCIAJriBS... can operate, call on, or address, that it was not " Tho Now York roof Exchange. In case there shall be a contest for the gardens givo about tho 6amo performEve, Eah, Nose, Tiihoat anij Stomach A tax on date trees in Egypt once caused Chas. Waller, the Egyptian fellahs to cut down these gifts at thershrine of our departed Lord, so that they may be admitted office of Judge of Court of Appeals from ances as those that may bo found in Boeing: In Canada. Richmond, Ky. trees. In this country taxes have been te audience with the Sovereign Master of Heaven and Earth, so that this district, the County Committee of third class variety theaters, with possiMr. William Hendrio, president of fiSEf-- A gents wanted. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, levied on such things as whisky with each county shall determine the manner bly rather moro vulgarity, but there aro tho Hamilton Jockev club and tho head . turf affairs iu Canada, savs rocinjr is the very intention of decreasing the in tho last great day they may be stripped of earthly chains and in which delegates shall be elected to fow alternatives in time killing in New PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, York during tho summer season, except ln f-l- gipo jn Canada, and anticipates amount produced and sold, while clothed in white garments, glistening as tho sun, and be seated with the hnal convention. . Kentucky. fri" l cfinv on1 fllla ia Richmond, I. .- -vyi.uj mucu Kooai irom il. i;ll 1! !i.s uucu Richmond, Frankfort and Lexington fVnftT. Telnr1 .v. ine out iiLuiuutr churches have been exempted in order were placed in nomination as the place greatly overrated. It is hot and stuffy individual meeting to 10 days, with a Office in Smith Building, No. 344 Mara Street, np that they might be encouraged. It is princes and rulers, and partake of libations not of death and sorrow, for holding the final convention. On most of the timo thero, and the enter- compulsory pauso of 40 days beforo anYOU IT si:rs Office hours xa te 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. easy to see then that taxes on houses but of that wine which is drunk forever new in the Father's kingdom the call of counties, Richmond was tainment rather boresomo. Coolness, other meeting can bo held at the same THE INSTANT RELIEF JOO 6T FS0H selected. Motion made and carried that however, can bo found beyond at Man- race course. His horses aro in good mean less and more costly houses, taxes the final convention be held at Rich- hattan Beach, where a flue orchestra dis- shapo in Edward McGarry's hands. on factories mean less factories and less above.DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, mond. 25, 1890, at 12 courses good music. Thero Sousa plays Exchange. opportunities for employment while at your visits to Richmond are few. For the first time, since o'clock Thursday, June Sirs, Kentucky Richmond, his inimitablo marches, and ho ought to the same time it means higher prices for Motion made and seconded that the stick to them. He oouccived tho idea Sporting: Notes. Grand Commandery was instituted in the State, nearly half a Committee adjourn nine die. the product of these factories, taxes on your Thero is a 6chemo on foot to mako tho some time ago that he could compose an Telephone at office and residence. T. E Mooke. Ch'm'n., V farm products and improvements ou century ago, you have come to see us, and not seeming inclined to bookmakers contribute to tho support of Colic. Cramps. Dixrrlxr a. J. C. Canthilij Sec'ty ; Bourbon Co. opera, and he has followed that ignis racing. CURES Morbus, Nausea, Changes Flax. Cholera farms have certainly done their share of Water,ere. ever since. Nothing that he has fatuns Scott county. make up for lost time, you purpose remaining only two days. Let H EALS Cuts. Barns. Bruises. Scratches, Bites of G. W. EVANS, M. D., towards making farming iuiprofitable produced in this lino, howover, has had Tho lease of National park by the Animals, Serpents, Bugs, etc NEVER A WHITE COLT BORN. any value, either material or artistic. Washington baseball club has been reRichmond, - - - - - Kentucky and causing an abandonment of farms these two days be days of diversion as well as business. Cast your BREAKS UPBaCoMs.iGrippe.I-flttet- etc,u. Croup, Sore Throat, Several traveling men were chatting in It is strange people will not stick to that newed for a term of six years. Havin: retired frcs the practice of medicine and a flow of population towards the cares aside, enter upon a brief spelj of enjoyment, so that you may good, several years aj;e, for reamer bet Inown tO rnr cities, SmellsEterrwhera at 25c and good, does good every time. for which they are best fitted. Joo Corbctt could ouly pitch a ball tho smoking room of a Denver hotel one If and the same state of affairs will No Relief, No Pay. 1 1 SOc Per Bottle. Sold aain orTc; ruy professional services to the Joseph Rcsseli. &o six eoauuu two uA ae toll tlaes u x&aea u 3Se twul. as swiftly as his brother can talk, he of Kichxaond" ana .iici'y. Persons desir be found in all industries: To make the carry to your homes bright and rosy remembrances of the people and night last week, when one of them SPR1NQFIELD, O. MEDICINE- CO. HERB New York. ic ; my services wit! nud ny ornce nrt uoor nvriit would bo tho leading pitcher in the asked : "Did you eversee a whitecolt?" cf the residence ofN. li "Deaiherage on Second holding of land for speculation and not the place yon have visited. We assure you that League. sireeL The others laughed. ,:No. I'm not jokHow-- About These Thin&-s-? for use unprofitable. A tax on the value Tom Cooper, tho cyclist has left the Hero arc queer things told about aniing," said the. last speaker "I'm in lessen the amount of our oilbrts will not be meager and That our inof laud can not Fountain Perry track, Louisville, and DR. T. J. TAYLOR, dead earnest. Did you ever gee a very mals. Youngsters of an inquiring tun gone to Chester park, Cincinnati, to do land as a tax ou labor products lessens genuity will not be feeble in contriving tomake Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, young white colt?" -- The others thought of mind may have a chance to investij his training. the amount of the thing taxed, for the your stay a pleasant one. We shall not let you for a moment and then, with some won gate somo of them for themselves thiii' Kentucky amount of land is Gxed, there can never Richmond, It now looks as if Stove O'Donnell summer: JfANUFACTUttER AND DEALER IS ?AI der, they all realized they had nevdr be any inore nor any less. The holders go as the hotel man once upon a time sent his v c?iL Piga are poor swimmers, their foro1 and Dan Creedon? both of whom aro in Offlee and residence on Third Street. seen a very young white colt "Nobody legs being sot closely under them, and England, would be brought together in of unused or partially used land being guest away "give, my house a good name," said ever has?" continued tho first" speaker. when they fall into tho water the.1 tho near future. Foreign u& AmeFiean MaAIs compelled under the single tax to pay as Phillips, Cross and Monroe, Indianholding equally val- he, ''and I will charge you nothing." "It's a funny thing, but then? never was sometimes cut their throats with thtt much taxes as those "No, I'd It apolis baseball twirlers, aro not in conAND GRMITE MOHUMENTS,-Tomb- s, a horse born pure white, 60 that every sharp pointi of their cloven feet uable land which has been fully im rather pay you," replied the guest, "than to run. Tho frog, owing to its peculiar struq dition, and Watkins has but two men white horse that you may happon to see proved will finiTit to their interest to Tablets, ture, cannot breathe with- - the moutl,'' on whom ho can depenrL either fully . improve their land them- the risk of spraining my conscience." We will try our utmost to is a turn coat. It was at one time a open, and if it were forcibly kept opeiy Headstones, Ukns, &Mrj selves or let others lo so. In either case Impress you more favorably. Help yourselves toTx;very thing brown, a gray or some other color. Just tho animal would dio of suffocation. 13 siK -- fiTO -She Trundled It "Well. Statuary, Etc what the explanation is I can't say, hut there nould be a great increase in the eyebrows. Tho ap The home has no Mme. Adelina Patti in a recent interyou see, Uiat you want, and if there is any thing you don't see, it's a fact nevertheless " The others pearance of much white in tho eyes of production and opportunities for emview is qu6ted as saying that her mothFINE WORK A SPECIALTY- " " " smiled incredulously, and one of them horse indicates a vicious nature. er always declared that her cry as a ployment would ariss for all who desired press the button. 4 Tho owl hns no motion in its eye thj baby was "a song in iteolf a melodisaid: "You will probably claim also, it and an era of prosperity wonld arise Your Trade Solicited, jpr? And lastly, dear Sirs, allow us to say ihat thegirls especially ex- now that we are speaking of whit call is fixed hard and fast in the sockee ous call for help." Mme. Patti, haw-eve- r, as has never been known before. such to mako np for this tho owl ca Basement of Dillingham Building, That the arguments in favor of the6ingle tend you a cordial greeting, and when 'you see them you will account horses that she cried "just as believes that Work delivered to any part of tht. girls were not, but turn its head around almost lu a circli shrilly as any other Daby." Sho tells tax are incontrovertible may easily be Rid nidiid, Ky. born that way. The first speaker, how for Desimijand State. seen not only by practical results in without moving its body. how she used to trundlo her hoop on are not only beauties but ever, persisted wilh all seriousness this he trump card of the game, lor-the" where "they have been partially thalj First-clas- s M& All animals which chew; tho cud havj Broadway, and adds that sho trundled Prices. Work Gnaranteed. applied but also by the unwillingucfisf belle,?, irresistible?, and this is leap year, and Ihose-o- you whose fu his remarks .upon , ' f the white horse werft cloven feet it welL " Wlwtftver I did I always put EbiW ii. n GEO. O. IXDZIERj Proprietor. Order laft at W.G. White's. opponents to fairly discuss it except when Tortoises asd turtles have bo teeth. strictly true, and that any "horseman my whole, heart lato It I'm not sure Tbeen, marked "Taken,"" will be afjiotice placell anJTivineStxeets. Promptly attended to. Pa- opiositioti results from some misconcep- tures' i have not already Would bear-hitiMtrJMa -been the sccetuc icy out. DeHver'Field nuti " , v IPfSSHMV.rJrL r tion. Respectfully, ". i ' i "'I itjjtftn.ltrijtv.y. rr. cess all "tkroegb life. " , -- O'Hl PiWW?a?ay-ioyf- . - S. 'DAJiziGEs, 321 Race St. i iMai list. upon the cancelled Farin. ces reasonable.! , . 4451 v4 ' ' t -- -. "- -' : 'I 5 b U I WKMm BRR r 2 I t ff WELCOME OOOUOOOOOUOOO&OOOOC&OOUOOG Highest of all in Leavening Power. I Wieels anil Wheelers, It is easier j Changes "Woman'D Costly OOOOOOGOGOOOOOOtDOOOGOOOOCO Attire McKln- loy's Boom and Wall Street. In Metrcrpolltan Journalism. PriVi! Baking 4B&OJ'rE PU&E D. P. Armer is receiving bis spring stock of Jewelry and Novelties, soe-thin- g entirely new. The latest feds ia bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelties and in fact anything you mar want in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail to see them. is-- DOUGLAS & SMITH, BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, FISH, Breakfast & old-styl- ss SPRING MEDICINE is OPPLY THE TRADE Mal-uia- v Ham. 1. " W Prompt Delivery, i h-v- SIR KM HTS R. N. !, & B. R. R. Table No. In d, 1Ii "li fiat" ro-tire-d. un.immnB. Lawn-sprinkl- i Uf - i. 1 , le, t 5 i 1 v. J I" : i- - ii La S-- Ex S-- i. i 3Tt m: n 't"-a- Bc st it L. & N. E, E. ' - i y, hSIPLii own-countr- y II - i -, IlM-Ulatr- W. - r- J lt 4 3l I IIt. ... Idea Cia-cenn- ati iiu to-da- iFitz fllcobol rvwiv talari CUfeTl -y to-da- & I! g JASPER, U - cgtSi-Consultat- Out-goin- 1 T K 43-5- Out-goin- Out-goin- --- Mice! istrveig ii - Subscribe for the Glinraax. io.u, 4uv..., . .. ?i ':l; TICKLES (4 LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. fflt!zQSggJ tastes - pe-p- le Madison M6nTLmentaI "Works. - POT SND 7m: W FasVtlM 53? 5TO1 II -- PIPER SHOP w PI red-head- New-Zealan-d y 'H r. vf -- esi ri-riT'- iii ii ,- ;"f j aaan - It rV '1-- R-H-i Pai "s -- sC B :ff '" '- .. - . ... ... - ,.,. i.n-Ti " - a - . i. i " " --c" c te&fett-lP- -- 3, Mr v "! - i zr i i THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTON, Editok. Manager. AS ALTOELD SEES IT. WHY THE, SOUTH IS POOR. AMEN, SAY WE. & Col Jack Chinn is the latest orator Just now the i'outhern States are enabout to be put on the stump by the gaged in an effort to' have in.xposition PUBLISHED BY GLOVEJl A DCIiRETT, LODIST). P. ARMER, OEE TNe New Higbarm Singer - in the city of Chicago, as advertisement freo silver Democrats of Kentucky. Col. VILLE TOBACCO WAKEII0USE. Chinn will open his campaign at Bowlbefore buying. Sold everyto the world of the South's vast natural Satnr-'aafterucon. PCB118HB) EVEKV WEDNESDAY BT where on easy payments. Old machines resources. Chicago has completed and ing Green on next Sales on our market this week just taken in exchange. Enquire for Singer offered for the purpose the largest per- Ye gods and little fishes! Has it come closed amounted to 1,404 hlids. with reto this that the people of Kentucky have The Co. agent at Singer office. of exhibition building manent ceipts for tho same period 1,024 hhds. in the world. Jib to tho needs of the to be taught by Jack Chinn? May the Sales on our market since January 1st good Lord deliver them- .- Stanford JourPRICK PKR YI5AK, rU5lh South, the Exposition Bulletin says, unamounted to 74,245 hhds. Sales of the nal. R. 1. der the bead of "Why the South is crop of 1895 on our market to this date Poor." WEDNESDAY. MAY 27. - - 1896. amount to 70,394 hhds. "Why have the Northern States east of Our tobacco market has had another Time Table No. 24, In Ef the Rocky Mountains about twice the CANDIDATES AN NOUCCM EMTCORRESPONDENCE. .1 week oi extremely light business with no fect May 12, 1895. population of the Southern States? Why m . general improvement in prices. During B 2ND CLASS. 1ST CLASS. farm lands worth from two to are their FOR COXOKESSS. the week rains have occured to some EAST BOUND. ITo. 1. No. 3. No. 9. No... five times as much? John S Owsley, of Lincoln county, is Ez Sun Ex San Ex San Ex Sun. over?the greater part of both the This is the reason: a candidate for Congress, to represent burley and dark tobacco belt, and a great M. M M. Because the South sells raw material 8 6 ..... A. M. r. 40 A. 55 A. -. C. F. Higgins spent Sunday here with the Mh District, subject to the action of has been done. In Versailles ille.- -. 10 34 deal of ... Nicholas 10 12 11 7 35 and the North sells manufactured pro- his mother. the Democratic party. Valley . 10 js 7 58 manv sections half of the intended crop Million.-.-- View ...... 11 47 8 u 11 5O is 20 ducts; Because (he South has only farms has been put on the hill and in some loRev M. Anderson preached at the . Pki or Foree, of Shelby county, is a .... ...... r. m. K JK ? wji Jm SB Hj H and mines, and the North litis factories. Baptist Church Sunday 8 30 HJ E 12 15 1230pm calities the. planting is almost completed. Richmond.. . 12 28 candidate for Congress, to represent night ......... 12 50 ... Uniot.. ..... The South sells little and buys much, The North Eastern part of the burley Moberly ....... 12 31 ........ z o5 the 8th district, subject to the action of Farmers are about through setting toIt is a. constnnt round of care and toll ............ 59 12 44 Brassfiek. and pays a profit on it all; the North the Democratic party. ..... 2 i5 12 46 bacco, the rain having made a good from which there is no escape. How es- section has had the smallest amount of Panola..-....buys little and sells much, and earns a ... ... . . 12 sential, then, nre health and strength, and rain and in that locality the setting has 3 20 season. alyet with how many women these are profit on it all. FOR jrDGE OF THE COITRT OF ArrEALS. together lacking. They are tired all day not been extensive. It is likely that reNo. 2. No. 4. No. 8. No. 10 Miss McMurry. of Shelby. N. C, is and unable to sleep at night. In this conBut the South has the more iron, coal, ceipts will rapidly increase within tho WEST BOUND Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sar Ji dge V S. Pryok, of Henry county, is dition the system will soon break down. mineral riches; the more valuable visiting her brother, A. W. McMurry, and next two weeks. FROM THIS DATE NO MORE GOODS WILL r. M. A. it. T. M. A. M. a candidate for of the office of timber; the monopoly of cotton, sugar near this place. Restore the Strength, 3 40 ..- i 3a The following quotations fairly repre- Irvine....... . . Jii'ige oi the Court of Appeals, from thi 4 28 Panola........... ..... 54 Corn, in this community, is looking as overcome that tired feeling, build up the sent our market for burley tobacco 1895 BrassficliL...... ........... and rice; the more favorable climate j!i . EE SOLD TO ANY ONE ON 4 District, subject to the action of the Dem' 2 10 5 40 -. -- .... TRIED TO REPEAT THE LORD'S Moberly.,. ..... 10 ten months in which to till the soil in- well as ever before, and prospects for a system by the nse of Hood's SarsaparRla crop: Union. ..... before It is too late. This great medicine 2 it 5 15 ocratic uartv. PRAYER. stead of six and the most favorable con fine crop are favorable. Is oxactly what overworked women need. 2 30 5 00 Richmond..... 5 40 Trash (dark or damaged)? 1 00 to 1 50 Million ........ 6 05 ........... 5 30 3 00 6 20 ditions for prosperity to be found on the Master William Jennings will leave in It makes pure, rich blood, creates an ap. ..-5 57 2 00 to 4 00 Valley iew .. 6 34 Common colorv trash 3 13 A SIUCEST10X TO THE DEMOCRATIC petite, gives strength to tno nerves. William Hoover, Jr., came near globe. It is the only section that has a few days to spend .. 6 58 6 58 Nicholasville 3 38 his vacation with Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 Verjaill.... 7 50 ..7 30 4 2E meeting with a serious, if not a fatal ac- raw material in great variety and abun- relatives in Shelby PARTY. county. 2 00 to 4 00 Common lugs not co.ory r. H. r. M. A. M. A. m. cident on Saturday last, while riding n dance, spread over a vast area, with abil4 50 to 7 00 Common colory lugs Mr. Ira Burton has returned from Louwork mule- - In attempting to alight from ity to raise its own food supply. It is the Trainj between Louisville and Versailles daily. isville, where he has been pursuing a Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasvill' the animal, Mr. Hoover's foot became only section which can employ a vast course in dentistry the past term. Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00 daily. entangled in the gear, and with one foot body of mechanics in converting its own All triins connect with Southern Railway tt DON'T ASK IT AS IT WILL BE REFUSED. S 00 to 15 00 and from Louisville, and with the C. N. O. & T Medium to good leaf Professor C. H. Poage closed his school Prominently on the ground and the other upon the raw material and feed tttem from public eye today. in the P. to ami from Cincinnati. 15 00 to 18 00 Good to fine leaf You cm spend five hours in Louisville, about so mule's back, he was carried about 150 its own farms. In a few words, the at this place Friday. The Commence re tjutelen, . mild, 18 00 to 22 00 hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and Select wrappery leaf S r'illS tire. Sic. yards, when the gear came off, thus in South can produce its principal raw ma- ment exercises took place at the school , return t Richmond at 3:30 p. m. For through rates and other information ap The above quotations are not applicaThere were several all probability saving his life. Will says terials more cheaply, can convert them building Friday-eve- . any ticl et a;ent or addiess ble to green and crops. (Jovernor Stone's Visit. he tried to repeat the Lord's prayer, but more cheeply and feed its mechanics medals awarder. For perlet attendance Governor William J. Stone, of Missouri, at times he would become so enraged at more cheaply than any other section of Mioses May Duerson, Amos Willis, Ora Charged this year will be due and must be JR. Heudren, Beulah Finnell, Linda Hen made a free silver speech at the court the mule as to somewhat change the sen- the United States can. Yor will notice Governor Stone didn't tences in theprayer. Nicholasville Jourdien and Dot Walker wereawarded med- house Thursday. As our readers generally FREE SILVER J If these things are true, and they are paid. say that sound money men want no nal. K. O. DIVISION. true, they need only to be shown to the als. For general average, Miss Minnie know, Governor Stone is a native of money but goid money ; on the contrary Scarbrough was awarded first honors, Madison county. He has numerous relJf you are afraid to let your money world to cause the building of factories, he eaid they wanted gold as a standard THE FREE COINAGE OF IRON. Every and Mr. G C Farris second. This con- atives and old friends here. They asloose, for fear of a depreciated curand the influx of immigration. Is Effect March 1, 1S9G. and all other money to be measured by test was very close, .Miss Scarhrough's sembled at the court house in considerfarmer, merchant and landowner in the rency in the future, go to D. P. it average being only .19 of one per cent able numbers to hear their distinguished To the Edftor of The World: NORTH BOUND. South will be personally benefited by the ARMER 'S and put it in Diamondt, ahead of Mr. Faris. Her average was friend. Also many men, Having been deeply impressed by the Express for Cincinnati, ARV LV. If there is not enough money in the arguments of Judge Crisp, Bryan, Stew92 97, and Mr. Faris' 92.97. G. C. Faris Republicans and men. and trlure it will be safe, and at the Maysville, "Wi- p. M. A. M, Paris, is the paramount duty of the South country, let the Government buy the nchester aud Lexington prices he it offering than, you trill art, Jones and other silver leaders, and to let the woild know what she has in was also awarded a medal for spelling, likewise a dozen ladies. 6.30 mail. sjer bullion at its market value, coin enpecially grieved, shocked and horrified an undeveloped state, and is unable being the only one in school win had Governor Stone is a polished speaker, w be able to realize a profit on than 7.18 g jam? it. and thereby put money into the treas-u- r Cincinnati, Paris, Mays Miss magnetic, and put forth decidedly the v by the "awful crime of '73" as 60 luridly alone to develop, that others may come not missed a word in the 50- P. M. ville. Winch ester and and tlie pockets of the people at the depicted daily in the columns of the At- in and assist her inthisdevelopment, and Marie Phillips was awarded a medal for best argument for free silver that has ever 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 'same time, ami wil'HMit giving the mine -' best average and- - department in Miss been heard here in fact the .only argulanta Constitution and other silver or- they enrich the land. This knowledge Livingston, London, Jel owner two prices for his metal. ment that has been advanced here, for 1.10 lico, Pineville. gans, I have changed my views on the can be imputed by expositions, and with Ida "Willis room. 12 55 tt t such men as Harden have not undermoney question and am ready to main- this grand object the Southern States actFast line for Livingston, A. M. Ctovernor Stone labored hard in his tain the propositions following 11.4II London, Jellico.Knoxville taken any argument at all. 319 in joint ing in fraternal union, could well afford speech at the court lKHfe to show that Governor Stone told the truth, so far OiOOOtAXrOuClOOOOaOOUii 00000 A. X. Fast line for Cincinnati, P. M. debate or newspaper controversy. to keep before the world a permanent 3.1J1. Pans. Winchester. the free silver voters would stand by the Tobacco setters were in great demand ns he went, but did not tell the whole 11.43 UAiUwUUUWUUbUUiUU I accept thearguments of the advocates exposition in its most prominent quarr. m. Rowland.. Lancaster and A. M nominee, utterly ignoring the fact that last week. truth, as set forth elsewhere in of bilver and agree with their remedy as ters, until the whole world should be 1.2.") Stanford. 10:10 PORK, Vet-t- , Tillman, Cockrell, Harris, liates, Andrew Holman, Jr., went to Lexing-te- n Climax. He talked tor nearly three p. :. Rowland, Lancaster and P. M cfc far as it goes. However, it does not go come enlightened upon the capabilities MUTTON, Morgan, Berry, Jones, Hardin and other 7:2.5 Stanford, hours. and incidentally brought in many 6.05 last Thursday. far enough. Let us have plenty of rem- of the South. The expenses of such unggc leaders of the movement have repeatedly VEAL, FISH, edy ; in fact, enough to make debt and dertaking would be intiiiite&simally Preaching at Silver Creek last Sunday questions not particularly connected announced tlwt if they do not get a free poverty things of g w ith the question. The substance of his Country Bacon, the past relics of the small compared with the lasting good it by Rev. Mr. Riddle. BSyOnt-gninMiver plank at Chicago they will bolt trains connect at Paris effort was that the country is suffering dark ages. Breakfast Bacon, would bestow upon the country. Miss Anna Million spentlast week with with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, the Convention. because of the demonetization of silver; 1 am in favor of the free and unlimited Maysville and intervening points. Miss Mattie Holman. v .wj - , CC that it should be coined free, and at such g coinage of at a ratio of 1G to 1 trains connect at WincheNEW YORK FASHIONS. City Ham, Miss Verda Samuels, of Pineville. is ratio as experiment may show to be the FREE SILVER WOULD REQUIRE with gold by ster with Lexington and points west, the United States alone, invisiting Miss Anna Million. TWICE AS MUCH MONEY. Lard, Sausage. and ML Sterling and points east. correct one, whether it be 10 or 18, or dependently of all nations, and can prove-btrains connect at Livingsgrass i.inex dresses: organdies: ribbon' A. J. Holman attended the strawberry 20, 25, 1 or some other ratio. BEST MEATS THE MARKETS the best authority obtainable that AFFORD. ton with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville, supper at Kirksvillle last Friday. a new bicycle skirt: sashes: A considerable boom has been inauguFree silver advocates say that free sil- such a policy on the part of the United Louiiiville and intervening points. june weddings: trains connect at Rowland ver would double the price of everything. States will "raise prices," "put plenty of Republicans of this community met in rated for Governor fetone for President. (neai Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, If that be true, then twice as much money in circulation' and give the"hon-es- t The majority of new grass linen cos- convention at the school house Saturday Kno:cville, Louisville and intervening OF monev would be necessary to run the - debtor a chance to pay his debts," tumes are made with plain skirts finish- afternoon. pointscount! v, to instead of making more thereby making the whole country pros ed with deep hems, and this is almost JpF'Trains do not stop where no time F. Brock closed his school at Maple C Next to Richmond National Bank on is specified. Adair, Frank n mey, tli first effect would be to reduce perous. obligatory in order to show off the floral Grove Friday eve, and returned to his P. S....ATIre0033 IN MY HOUSE MUST BE SCLD Main St. Telephone 51. For additional information, inquire of Baker, Emma Now, in the first place, it may be urged figures ami leaves with which some new home at College Hill Saturday. tin currency uy one half. Would that K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of - Douglas & Smith. Ballard, Emily help the country? by some, "who do not understand the patterns are etamped, or the gay colored REGARDLESS OF PRICE FOIT fcS&4WLY. other agents. Blake, John subject ot standards of value" that a free silk stripes, forming beautiful and varied Bergen, Frank THE RATIO MAY NOT BE coinage act for iron would not raise its plaids. Plain grass linen over silk yet PERSON Broaddus, Emma price to a ratio of 1G to 1 with go.d. To remains very stylish, and two rows of SIXTEEN TO ONE. Broaddus, Lizzie them I reply "the stamp of this Govern- lace insertion at either side on the skirt; Biirgunder, C. tiovernor Stone did not tell his hearers ment" and the qualities" of two forming the front breadth, and the lhIDe Miss JeanG. Holton, of Maysville, is attuetxMirt house that the correct ratio the iron dollar would instantly make the remaining two nearer the back, obviate Clark, Sarah RJJS n Imtween gokl and silver is 1G to 1. In bullion value of the same as the anything like extreme severity. The at Dr. C. S. Holton's. Clay, John F. mm fact he said that it is 32 to 1. But he mint va'.ne ' For who would part with lace striped varieties-o- f grass linen, show-tCarielmir, Eli. Miss Clara Mershon, of Stanfoid, is at prwerred to give the matter a trial for an ounce of this precious metal for any Carrier, Clint great advantage over colored linings; Miss Annie Mershon's. - """ 3 value? J"lr vars atin artr ....... .. t and w hen one floes not feel disposed to ..u. mTirRrHu- Gentry, Bet tie Mr. George McRoherts, Danville, is at ones and Bryafn)-- " oiuuttrtciel ratio, be it 1G, IS, or'ii. r purchase jsilk, a good quality of sateen an- - Mr. D. B. Shackelford's. Gentry, Psuline SJs 1, let Congress fix it. Giffor'd, W. D. Again, it may be urged that ou"rmintg,wers every purpose. Mrs. F. M. Jiihjier, of Jessamine, is at would be overcrowded with pig iron. I Harmon, E. E. CLOUDED FIGURES Dr. Jaspre's on Broadway. (IXE CONVENTION WOULD DO. reply: ' That the price of pig iron havHall, Eliz Mi& Allie Denton, of Garrard, is at ing been raised from $7.50 a ton to a ratio on the chine order, contrast prettily with Harris, June Mrs. Arnold's on High Street. 1 gray linen surface, and the colored frtiJBO Harvey, W. T. The Denyer News, the great free sil- oflG to with gold tne world over no one the would Mrs. J. II. McAllister, of Stanford, nee care to carry it to the lining is usually in keeping with the preHopperton, G. V. organ of the Silver State, makes this ver mints, since the mint price could be ob- dominating hue. Too much trimming Foster, is with Mrs. C. S. Powell. Jackson. John T. . suggestion : tained anywhere in the open market. can scarcely be put upon thin waists, and Moores, Mary E. Professor John Burnam, of the UniWe cannot foi the life of ns see any besides a broad plait down the front, versity of Missouri, is with relatives here. Atlanta Constitution. Moriss. J. W. bense in holding a Chicago convention. Next, it may be urged that gold and edged by lace; wide lace is often put at Montgomery, Lucy The two wings of the Denwcratic jwirly Miss Olhe Pryse, of Beattyville, is vissilver would go out of circulation. I re either side and over the sleeve. Tucks Purvis. Willard can save time anil money by meeting in iting Miss Brandenberg, at Capt. Bal ply: First. ''This is a mere assumption and narrow lace often make upthelower Ross, Dasev lard's. St Louis- - The goklbugs should flock of the tools of the money power which part of a summer waist, but wide lace is Rogais, Geo. W. w ith the oilier bugs of the same kind of Mrs. Prewitt, of Lexington, late of this they cannot verify." (Atlanta Constitu- almost essential on shoulders mid sleeves. Rodman, J. W, feather, and the silver men can fuse with place, is among her numerous friends tion); second, "Suppose gold and silver Organdies are very much in favor also, Sanders, Luther Populists and white metal men." the do go out of circulation, is there not and narrow or wide ruflles on the skirt here. Stagner. O. W. Dr. W. P. Jones, of St. Joo. Missouri, n plenty of to take their place and finished with lace, are as universal assilk Sparks. Eliza A NATIONAL SILVER PARTY. spent a few days with Dr. Ashbaugh, last give the people plenty of money?" linings. Smith, Bessie w eek. (Br3an), and third, "That 6uch an asWilson, Mrs- M. A VERY WIDE TUFF A silver party convention was held at sumption mixe the idea of circulating Dr. May Phelps has returned from the Whit, B. F. to the elbow is the reigning sleeye for all Denver, June 25th. Blank pledges had medium and standard of value that Chicago Homeopathic College, for the J. B. Willis, P. M. v9oi3fm thin fabrics, at the same time a few leg been sent out and signed ly silver men gold and silver would still be potential summer. o'mutton sleeves appear and also an ocall over Colorado. They pledged them- money metals, though not in circulation Mrs. C. M. Clay, of Bourbon, is visit- HOQOQOOOOiiQOOOQQOOOQQQiiQOG casional coat 6leeve, with a drooping selves to silver, making that issue para- and would lend their help towards raising her pare nts, Senator and Mrs. John puff, not quite reaching the elbow A mount to all others, and putting the sil- ing prices ann causing general prosperi1 and ribbon band and bow with a lace frill are D. Harris. ver party before all others. The Denver ty." (Crisp). THIS SPRING THAN EVER BEFORE.. . Mr. Joe Francis, of the firm of Miller a necessary requisites to an o Then again, it may be urged against the convention sent 710 delegates to the St. Sa3h ribbons are extremely & Francis, visited .friends near Kingston 36000000000000000050000000 standard of value that wages Louis silver national convention, July the The Rhode Island State Fair Associahandsome this season and with plain last Sunday. 22. The national committeeman for would not rise in proportion to prices. Miss Hanger, of Staunton, Va ,a choice tion announces that $5,000 will be given The reply is: "Wages would be com grass linen dresses, plaided or flowered Colorado, says, in answer to the question: sfgJ in prizes in a series of horseless carriage '"What will the national convention at pelled to rise, since no man would be fool sashes are a great .set off; but figured representative of the F. F. V., in visiting S3 races to be held during its annual expoorgandies afford opportunity for plain Miss Belle McDowell. enough to work for Si a day who could St Iouisdo?'" Eleven srcL Mr. John Parrish and wife, of Duflield, sition week at Narragansett Park, Provi"That remains to be seen, but from make $1,000 per day picking up rusty satin or taffeta ribbon sashes Racing of inches is about the extreme width, and Va., ae visiting his parents, Mr. anj dence, R. I., in September. present indications it will name a national nails and old horseshoes and carrying this kind has begn attempted before, but Parrish, this place. ticket of silver men for president and them to the mint for coinage." (Hull.) the bow at the back is tacked in position, Mrs-4 15 never on so large a scale. The series of In addition, it may be urged by the with a hook and eye on the under side. vme president. The silver convention Mr Charles H. Garrison left on Sunraces will be held on a regulation trotChine or flowered ribbon should be used will be held after the Republican and money power, by the "Wall Street day for Atlanta. Illinois, after a four Mil JSfgr' Democratic conventions have been held, Sharks" and the "Bond Street Shylocks" and not saved, as the fancy for it is so months stay with relatives and lriends ting track, and the results promise to be (WIS One of the exhibition it cannot be of long durainteresting. extreme tlu.t that we could not alone go on a when ive will do what seems best for the here. buildings will beset apart for a horseless advancement of the silver cause. The basis without an international agreement. tion. Mr. M. C. Johnson, President of the carriage exposition. ips: It scarcely seems probable that one Certainly no "in idea is to consolidate all of the silver sen- "To such dastards as dare to lay a limit can be made to do duty for moun- Johnson Bios. Hardware Co., Cincinnati, fant industry was ever so coddled and BECAUSE WE GIVE NEW GOODS AND BETTER VALUES. LARGEST timent into one party for this campaign to the power of the American people to skin excursions, golf, tennis, skating, is with his cheif drummer, Mr. P. M. fostered by the offer of large rewards ; gJB and by making a united effort for silvir do what they please, independently of tain Pope. AND BEST STOCK IN THIS MARKET ftlJ-up to the present time the results in this all nations, I hurl their cowardice and general street wear, and also for bicycle to win- We think we can do it.'' Mr. M. 0. Shearer, of Lexington, is country have not been worth the cost. riding, and yet some mysterious drawing mm Should a silver candidate for President lack of patriotism back in their faces." strings, inserted on the iiiRide, and com- considerably indisposed at the home of The step taken by the Pennsylvania (Bryan.) be nominated by this St. Louis conven ing to the surface through eyelet holes, his father, Mr. Samuel Shearer at Shear- Company in carrying bicycles free will The "crime" of demonetizing tion what would our free silver fellows er's Elation. probably be followed by every road in in this neck of the vineyard do would took place about two thousand two hun- fastening with automatic catches, work all these various changes. In a twinkMrs. George W. Chestnut and little the central passenger territorv. The they go off after this 6tniuge god, or flock dred years ago, when certain "goldola-tors- " tmra and "silverites," in order to in- ling the skirt can be drawn up to form daughter Angeline, of Danville, who Lake Shore is the first road to follow suit with a Democrat nominated at bloomers, or partial bloomers, af- were visiting Mrs. S. B. White, left for and it is thought all the competing either crease the purchasing jiower of their Chicago ? in the territory will soon enter the fold. wealth, secretly and "like thieves fording perfect freedom to the motion of home Wednesday. The Western roads are the only ones in the night" got the demonetization act the knee, and at the lower edge of the Messrs. L. J. Streng and W. A. JOHN EMRRY COMES TO OUR RELIEF. skirt, both front and back, are two small passed repealing the good old of Louisville, formerly of Rich- which have taken a decided stand against of Lycurgus, 'Jhe friend of our an- pockets for lead weights, which are trans mond, and who composed the well carrying wheels free. Tbey have an The Climax, last week, explained the cestors' daddies." China is the ferred to pockets on the hips, when off known and popular dry goods firm of agreement to charge for carrying wheels, deception in the claim of the silver peoonly country on earth honest enough to the wheel. Streng & Thalheiuier. are spanding a and they declare they will continue to do trr ir: ple that Mexico is a prosperous country, The special use of these weights is to few days with Mr. H. J. Streng. They so, no matter what the other roads may mm coin iron, and there the happy laborer outside of investments of capitalists from can carry home the wages of his honest prevent the skirtfrom flying in the wind, look as well as ever and are evidently do. The general objection to carrying iiSJ the "United States who are buying up un- toil in a the drawing strings taking the entire prospering. wheels in bHggage cars is that they are mm Constideveloped resources, just ascertain towns gjfflj weight of the skirt, it is impossible for it tution). Mr. A. A. Curtis, of Huntington, is iu too bulky. and certain counties in Kentucky are to catch in the feet of pedals. A very A ruinous fall in prices followed the town for a brief stay, and will lend con-beyond others. John 11 prospering important feature is, that from the ar. DR. PEPPER'S demonetization of iron, and has contin EVERYTHING A MAN OR BOY NEEDS. lerable aid toward regulating the 49th Enibry, of . Nicholasville. formerly of ued for upward of two thousand years. rangeuient of the-- drawing strings and annual conclave. He has spent the past OYAL-TAJiS- Y Madison, is one of the many who have I have calculated the losses entailed up- weights, the skirt falls into the natural few months on the road for a Boston firm UEVEHFAlLS. invested in Mexico. He came home last on C V. NEWDISTOVEKV. scanty the honest people of this world by position when mounting, and no who were so pleased with his work that or painful Wednesday from a tour of inspection. :?. i)pisI, eicevITo, is necessary. This skirt is that ruthless act, but the figures are so they expressed themselves in a letter as ladles. thce orjraufl. Jlc. WM He went to Mexico an ardent free Bilver war of dancrouii linltutlonn. Kamo enormous I fear a revolution will ensue intended to be worn over 'deeming it fortunate indped to have paper. C3 per box, eionJl box tL Sent advocate. He returned an ardent sound Sprvd o in W POdled In iilaln irranifr. if the people learn how greatly they knickerbrockers or bloomers witii leg such a man in their employ." rtAEips for partlcclam. Paid by local V? t '.ilriirefKUOraiJdnrM mouey man. He is disgusted with MexI'EKFKKMEm- have been robbed. Bat facts are facts, gings, Scotch stockings or knee-higU.VLiACCUV.VJL.U.a, (JIUl'MfU. "- ican finances. Monev is fluctuating, and the best way to right a wrong is to boots, and made of soft materials, of any WEAK mZ'A WJM YIKGRQUS. Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and "W. busidess is uncertain, laborers are v solid color or mixed shades' Thanks for meet it squarely. "That loss is tJJb G. White. stricken. A telegram to the Louis-Mit- e information are due Messrs. Hulbert Post says: Bros. &Co of West 23rd Btreet. M;rtU (Coin'sFinancial School.) MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITV. "Mr J. B. Embry, a former staunch The initialed say that white silk mus In conclusion I insist that the free Bilvente converted to the sound money coinage of will do everything lin over a silk drop skirt, will to a conISWDW. 3'"DAY. ID".Y. 1 canse by a trip to Mexico and an exper70- iriLbi that is claimed for silver, and infinitely siderable extent supercede fratin for June ience wjth Mexican currency, is a tower el ii weddings and certainly there is an airy more. The people willl be rich and prosn It acta jjowcrruilr ami qcicfcly. when a sr3l of Etrength' to liis eide, and hecompletely ntacrs full. perous. The once poor man can pay his softness about muslin, while satin always raca recover Yocn men reraln lost ntanhnnri. r youuuui vicor. A.btoIiiteljMJa" remted the statements made bv Gen. P. has a hard, stiff look, no matter anleert Ilt.rrf mui(encr,AlKM:yJ.mluIoD. X.nt T.cxtl'atvt "Wat Hardin in his recent SDeeeh her. debts with his old stove. Railroads can WHITE'S CREAM ' lace is used as trimmings. Muslin cltlit-- cx, Fulllcs Mcinorv, YV'iHtnir Ii It. , dfclare dividends on old rails and worn-n-eiucit, and of self alntse or 4r. Embry is one of the principal owners 'I at least seven yards wide, iwUicrclttm. tU dftctsoalnsaniry e.nd xctart t skirts will-bWinls rolling stock. The small boy can droirrist rm)a5eB.irortllpinbKiiiifA theSan Miguel ranch in Mexico, and. and waists, very full, cut square at the roaheaneitfle!lifreiilerTToat. .taJlstO'ibr HjjUl 'Hi -g SEUVIC8R, or spent several months in that country pick np old nails and horseshoes enough neck, and filled in with chiffon, lace or Can STUIFE&'S vcyt pocief- - PrcrM 1s. nl or FOR SO YSARS Se carrtod In ialnwrr to support his family. In fine, poverty a i'.,,,-Mrs fed all WORM Remedies. Dr. 1 s?fr ha?r. or l fr.r jI- had extensive dealings in the money tulle. Orhidsorliliies-of-the-valley- , are Written to Cure f rll?rund u f pp.d debt can no longer exist. EVERY BOTTLE GUARAHTEED. ' A'h'T let country. He can prove con, now more 'often seen than orange !lo3- - vf2ieJ'j;PsnUhI''t l"""6- - SOW by rar3JlHrallHircUI5 Jy that money fluctuated tllgre as rrrpwl, by jn Mjpbigan, q lj&$?ia fly i? rsiaiug soms, and bridetnajtls may carry nouquets Sold by RjclpflQU'l Pmg Co and. W . G, fraffifTHJsrFWsrfflMr?afflr?liar?ErsfBiJlrHJS3 BKlMXilSOXSEPHiM-CO.OT. LAC13. y other coramodjty." Of wUth d; White,-- . j . Climax Printing - That old anarchist out in Illinois has been talking. He is a supposed to be a Democrat merely supposed to be. He was elected Governor on the Democratic ticket by Republicans on the outside to break up Republican rings so as to get the "ins" out whereby the "outs" could get in. Referring to Comptroller Eckel's interview he Bays : "Mr. Eckels 6ays that a silver platform means abandonment of New York. New Jersey and Connecticut, and the loss oi Maryland, Delaware and Kentucky. Now, he would have done us a service if he would have indicated what there is left for ns to abandon in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. "As I remember, an election was held there not long ago, involving a gold platform. And when the fight was over we had not men enough left to bury our dead. A similar fight on a similar platform, was made in Maryland, Kentucky and other States, and if there is anything Ielt for us to lose in any of these States it certainly is not visible, or else the Republicans would have loaded it into their beer wagon." LODISVILLE TOBACCO KET. MAR- - Go to.'iD. P. Armer'fl to have your school medals made. Ho will furnish them belter and cheaper than you can 4b get them any place else. Ma-chi- I HHPAIII ne fire-pro- 49-5-2 R. 1 & 8. R. l el-te- nt Kirksville. - Wornsn5 vorK 15 never done trans-plantin- g 1U ..- .., -- 1 .... ... -.. IrTine.-....- 1 .. 1 1 ...... .- ".. Mood's Sarsaparilla is the Only True Blood Purifier effeo-tlOO- -. PR RDTT. - AUdrui-slJU- JL & N. R ALL ACCOUNTS sound-mone- y free-eilv- er bes.-io-n. jpBjapalBTpElfirfrai iEmSITrErrSrTEimiEf JULY 1ST. -- Newby. DQIH!lAS& smith. BEEF, All parties owing accounts still unpaid of 1895 not paid by June 10, will bv SUED June 10 without further notice. to-da- g pig-iro- n gg Out-goin- Out-goin- g Out-goin- g LIST LETTERS Prompt Delivery. - STRENG. pop 01H I D - OR-M-AY I ALSS& I legal-tende- r pig-iro- o 'jt-iairtltuiiu- (Stew-sm,- ikVViViVVV1yiJ r -- IU! Ism pig-iro- - Li4vti S TIE TASTE IWEI 1 il Wkds Widen I elbow-sleeve- s pig-ir- on M Srac WTA T fek Hi S. in! pig-iro-n WHY? pa. i m m - pig-iro- n free-silv- er yf! Thal-heime- r, "To-da- y MEN'S, YOUTH; -- si Brs Fur Ato Straw, Men's Shoes, Neglige Shirts, and E AND GET SOME (62 (yji0k PILLS . H ira lnYlgvu-ate- loosely-fittin- g - h 171-101 OF THE PUDDING ! pov-erl- !i pig-iro-n (IP1 A2TO Co-e- now-muc- nt e winsurarr-Ocn'tlc- IVEFtHiFUGH! ps wi-- i, '. RpiDorjd, Ki, w Oaut-artte- c to alia iH 11 -l- -- ; lb L T'i!NrrPN"w?rjrHr if- - pijpSnilgft yipiipiiiiM ijrKJraqrffirlR"Jrffff i p EiiHiBrainiysrrHJSiSisj7ai3har?HJa! 'VEfiyji - .I... " it ll.. k I I - "i tz :i.sf&i i . . ' r. " I - " i' - - " - " ' O I a ' . ' " I 11 a ij tJik "We p ' I ! - I1 I . THE CLIMAX, - 1S9G. front of EDSKDAY. MAY 27, When the Grand Dixob. Officers enter the yard the officers will At goingtfl "press, Hon. Henry C. Dixpn, take charge of their individual com- of Henderson, was hilled for his able mands, dismiss them or return with them lecture on the 'Bright Sidoof a Dark to their headquarters. Subject." lieport next week. court-house. -- . - i HH1hHHHE ,J . r - .- - -- . 4- - - - - p ; - - ttt- - ". - j iCH m -- t'" , : - li urn V. I tTT Fair. Manager Cohen failed to secure the Amphitheater and grounds from Col. I. Shelby Irvine, but says he will secure WEDNESDAY". Parade Wednesday morning, beginning grounds elsewhere. An old fashioned rope lair will be held. at 10 a. m. Public religious "sen-ice-s in college Do You Want Paddine? chapel at 11 a. in. "A proof of the pudding is the taste Drill of young ladies at Madison Instithereof," say Covington & Mitchell. And tute at 3 p. m. also they say "we have sold more men's . THOKSDAY-wear, this spring, than ever before hard K T receptions will be held this Pnblic drill of Tjttle Commandery on times too." They explain this by saying fTeninc at tlie houses of lion. Curtis F. the college campus at 3 p. m., followed that they "give new goods and better A Wilkes Smith, Dr. L. II. Bornam Pr by drill of visiting Comtnandanes, Uni- valnes," besides having the "largest and Hon J Speed Smith, Mr. J W. BlaiitM versity Cadets and gymnastic exercises best stock on the market" 'good troods -4 t fxtVloek'saad at Miss Lloyds' Pj, of the University club, to which the at cheap good prices." See their big ad. PKOQKAM OF EXTEKTA1NMENT WHILST TUE KKIGHT TEMPLARS ARE HERE. A Rope .comparing Thomas Jefferson in the Democratic party to the Savior in the Christian religion, the primq founder of bimetalism, and at the precise moment when he forgot to say that Jefferson stopped the coinage of r Silhouettes of Governor Stone at St(e Our artist koaked Governor the court house, Thursday, in his most, graceful pose, just as he was fl Ir- Pioi mm Hfr. -E. MjgJgjrJl r- -1ig IsrSiM mmm isr7tin3r7Liinjjn3rFi3F-UirrrE-rf- H -- l - 4gB-4r! fjg rrHl,rHiHrr-JEF rEa( nMEi ElirinrtliTrEnrSff T afg .BLUE LICK WATER.. THE EXCHMOED BOTTLING Ts Ac-m- i "ill 'M H i ?' ?4fl silver. public are invited. Commandery No. 12, K.T.. p. V J. M. Poyntz, Chief of Staff. . l n win enienaia hi neaaquar-ter- s Don't forget the fair. ,s , Minnc from 4 to 6 and 8 to 11, A glorious rain, yesterday. ,. , n r .1 -- ir Knight Charles C. Vogt, ..rand Captain General, and p,r ,. The oat crop is exceedingly short. Henry T. Jefferson, Emin- k Hawks lecture for benefit of Infirmaitjiutii imiuwi. en, ,,rl ry netted $40. Onnnamlery No 12, Lou-H(M See Douglas & Smith's-ad- . in an- in'nandery No. 1. and the Little other column. ' lr r .-- fn.n "t i" ( " ' t 'Ibe patept medicine mania in town Campas DeMolay has a reputa- - with his clothes on. ii irr iiv ofl the honors wherever Squirrels are abundant, this season, i', ' ttu- people want to see some in Madison countv. lr . i r. all of I' - will give r- on C. LT. nut work. (rand I'emmandery Program. t inA- - may 27, 18SG. pr r, ( t at 10 o'clock line forms in urt House, v r,., t t ,rade to University Chapel - --v ' rand Commandery in car-- , - ,h., rii t lv I'liiversitv Cadets. t' at I'hapel An Address of . i , sir Knight Curtis F. Bur- U. ' iiiond k .,- Abundant rains, the past week, paralyzed the drouth. See Kirksville news for Professor Poage's commencement. great mortality is said to exist among the honey bees. A KimssE. )j J;, t i ball team was gracefully walloped at Danville, Saturday. The Government building is to be completed by February 1st, 1897. at 4 p. m. competition drill on the Campus, and no gate fee. w C. U. base . iTiit , .m-M-e- conducted by Sir l 1 - I?ihop. by the ladies of the . Music Club. 'i t? mi I'liiversitv via Madison Corn escaped the dry weather wonderfully well and is growing right along. - i .etiinj: of Grand Coalman- ?, nit The L. & N. evening train from urt Room, 3 o'clock p w. lunch in Stanford and return is an exceedingly ii ' B. Jesse Dykes's grocery at R. N. I. & depot was burglarized Thursday night. -- i useful one. at Itotaes of Sir Mj 1ik.ui A few crops of wheat look well and will be ready forharvesting much earlier by Citiaens and than usual. Institute. Dr. C. S. Holton read a.paper before the State Homeopathic Society at Louisville, Friday. Friday and Saturday's meeting at Bear Wallow-wa-s best ever held. co operation one of the Mrs. Mahala Totten died at Little Hickman, Jessamine county, last "Wednesday, aged 84 years. K T 4'Jlii Animal Conclai p. Hi. iimond, Ky., May-- 25, 1S0G. John Allman has had his Climax rhanged from Richmond to 931 N. Water fclieet, Decatur. Illinois. r i Miss Madge Wilson, daughter of Pleasant Wilson, won the medal at the J M. Poyntz, 19, Chief of Staff. Declamatory Contest at College Hill. - - A. A. Haiselrigg, 5, Afibt. Mar- T. D. Chenault shipped two cars of hogs Monday, Dan Terrill one car, and - Miles S. McKec, 10. Neff & Co., one car of poultry and eggs. H Maston, 4. No need of any free silver talk after 'i h Montgomery, 26. this week, and all good citizens are ex23. pected to close their jaws on the subject ii U - r .lnMih II. AshbflBgh, 13. Hawkins was hung thirty-ninyears - U.iliert S. Moses, 12. ago, Friday, May 29th, says that unerring P. llarrett, 14. i and voluminous annalist, Preston Oldham. r ifiikms, io. - William H. Christie, 7. City Council repealed the ordinance ii T MrCartney, 20. imposing an increased tax on Fire Insu- i rance Companies doin business in RichT. Strode, 2. mond. - l 1' Armer, 19. fural. Rev. E. H. Burnam will preach in the Baptist Church, ttiis place, on Suntiarles C. Voght, 12, Grand day at 11 a- - m. and 7:30 1. m. STAFF. - i e i I i i Tho-- P. l'lii Satterwhile, DECAMP. 1. Contract for completion ot Govern- F. DurlHun. 17. M U II1 .h W Bales, 19, Master of ment building in Richmond has been awarded to Moody & Co., Louisville, at 53S.OO0. V Congressman Patterson says he has hoard of Billy Patterson, but can't trace tay. 3, Master of Infantry. the relationship, and doesn't know who iute, CotHiHaiHler 1st Di- - struck him. Judge Josiah Patterson is physically and mentally powerful, and he drove a good mauy nails home during his speech standard at the court house yeBterday. -- - J. H. Moore,9, Commander D. imi n ivar.l ( RY Ballard, r'a house at Winchester, which the former was making a speech, a. tort, So. 4, will form on ritht of and which speech the latter interrupted, V and they do say that Judge Scott's "danV jmery, No. 5, on right of No. 4. der ris powfully." v. gton. No. 7, on right ofNo. 5. Members of New: Liberty Church, ie. No. 10, on right of No. 7. colored, at Bobtown, have decided to '4 a. No. 12, will form on north prosecute all persons who sell or attempt . to sell anything whatever within - ... .J.. ...... VU. W. of a mile of the church on any i n No. 13, on left of No. 12. day, or on any other day -- " ana, No. 16, on left of 13. when preaching is had. ar o. 17, on left of 10. JuneBurgin, colored, was tried before t 1. No. 10. will form on west ... Judge Armer and a jury, and sent to 6lJi street, north of Main street. the asylum. June imagines he is called No- 2G. on left of No. upon to dispense the gospel. One of the !U jury asked him if there was a God. He ! -- n) No. 28, will form on south replied by saying "there isa whole passel EiJU Mam street, west of Second street. of fools that knows that-'nvrrisitv CadeU, on east side ot First An umbrella fixer sat in the rain all - (eft on Main. day recently on the streets of Richmond --? Commandery. on north side of with a dozen good umbrellas he had reegt of Second street. paired and which had not been called for, I ran j Officers in carriages will form on sitting beside him, but we are un"" Etreet able to say whether it was due 'rar.j Captain General and Staff will to his conscientious scruples, or to the old idea that a blacksmith's horse is c& Main street, east of Second. .- oter commands reporting will be never shod. A meeting of the District Broad of MEMBERS OF STAFF. Parke, 34, "Washington, In- - Missions of theTates Cieek Baptist Association wMl be held at Waco Baptist a Church, Saturday and Sunday, May 30th ii' Henry S. Wygant, U. S. Army. and 31st. .I NLRAL ORDER, NO. 2. Governor Stone is remarkably graceier if formation and line of march ful in manner and happy in self posses.ira ie Wednesday, May 27, 1S90. sion on the rostrum, and our silhouettes ..iiimands will form in front of of him elsewhere on this page are pecupromptly at 9.30a.m liarly correct. tt t "At oi ihe long roll by the drum- Dr. J: I. Ashbaugh, taxidermist, has mounted a fine specimen of eagle and in hateh on being formed the offi-- n placed it in Caldwell High School for the arge ill move his command iu edification of the young generation as ' ir named well as to ornament the building. ii- - ule. No. 1, will form on south Judge Jim Benton and Judge Rod6 . 'lam street, ea6t of second street. ney Haggard came to blows in the court les. No. 3, will form on right of during z trial in 1 M graceful gesture, when challenging somebody to deny that the Democratic party had in every convention since 1873, re solved in favor of both gold and silver, and right at the time he should have also stated that the Republicans had invariably done the same. The momeut in Special Rates via L. & X. question closely prceded that in which Republican National Convention tick- he advised sound money Demociats to ets to St. Louw, June 13, 14 and 15, good join the Republican party. Observo his returning June 2fst, at one fare for the immacculate silver vest. round trip. You can leave Richmond at Free l'lkes. 3:19 a. m. and arrive at St. Louis seme It will be remembered that Fayette day, or leave at 2:05 p. m. and arrive at county recently bought a number of the St. Louis earlj- - next morning. Democratic State Convention tickets turnpikes in that county for the purpose on sale June 1, 2and3rd, returning June of making them free. The other day the Fiscal Court began to get a real trte of Gth, one dollar for round trip. Reduced rates also to Cincinnati and the cost of handling this new investment of the county. An appropriation of $5,. return via L. & N. Telephone 78. 669 was made for spreading 788 rods of Will Use Hickman Creek Water. rock on the turnpikes owned by the The large water tank at the R. N. I & county, an average of $7.20 per rod, the B. depot at this place will be moved to work having been allotted to small bidPerry's station and the water furnished ders all over the county, the accepted from Hickpan creek by the use of a proposals running from $0.50 to?S per pipe. Nicholasville Journal. rod. This is only a small part of all the Capt. Adams, Supt., said to H. L. Perry, roads of Fayette county, and that centre this place: "Your father is a hard man of Eluegrass wealth has no more turnto trade with. When we put the tank pike mileage than Mercer county. When on his premises and asked him what Fayette's Fiscal Court buys all the roads damage we should pay, he replied : 'Oh of the county, pays for building and rewell, whatever you think is right,' " He pairing bridges, making culverts, and sumade this saint; remark about damage-wh-en perintending the roads it will have been the road was built. demonstrated that the free turnpikes are a heavy burden even for a rich commuA Great Son Hcnoy Speech. nity to shoulder. This burden must be Congressman Josiah Patterson, of r, borne by the while the itinerMemphis, spoke at the court house yesant loafer, the perennial drumirer, and terday. His speech was unanswerable. wandering visitor of every kind rides He not only told the truth but the whole the free. Harrodshurg Democrat. truth and nothing but the truth. He His 70th Birthday. proved most conclusively by history and by logic that free and unlimited coinage For the Climax of silver at a ratio of 10 to 1, independent Mr. Haden Turpin celebrated his 79th of other countries, is simply impossible, birthday at his home on Muddy creek, without driving gold out of the country near Doylesville. Monday, May the 18th, and establishing silver 1896. All hischildren and grandchildren He is a fair, square speaker, and left no were present. His children are aa folr gaps down. Hesays the craze lows: Mr. and Mrs J. A. Turpin, will perish, and people will be amazed Brookstown, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris, that they ever entertained buch ideas. Mr. and Mrs- - W. P. Dunbar, both of Muddy creek, Mr. and Mrs. Haden TurNew Toll Law. pin, Jr., Runyon Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Following is a new toll law regulating Simeon Turpin, of Red House, R. I), ami turnpike tolls which will take effect Alax Turpin. His neighbors present June 17, 189G: "The managers of any were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Griggs, Mr. and turnpike, gravel or plank road should Mrs. J- - M. Thomas, Mr and Mrs. 0. L. permit ministers of the gospel to travel Tipton, Mrs. Nathan Noland, J. A. Nol-anon the road without paying toll, when J. W. Powell and daughter Gillie, , on ministerial duty, and shall charge no Misses Mattie East and toll against scholars going to or from Julia Park. The day was pleasantly school, or persons wlio are troing to or spent by all who were present. from any place of religious worship, or Mr. Turpin has been very fortunate funeral processions going to or from has never lost a child or grand child. He place of burial; but if any other persons has seven children and fourteen grand than scholars going to or from school children. We extend our best wishes t and the driver shall occupy a vehicle both Mr. Turpin and , wife, and hope he full toll shall be charged and collected will live to see many more birthdays. for such vehicles. After dining he gave each of his chit dren $100, which was highly appreciated Hero of Lookout Mountain Dead. A. T- Captain John Wilson died at his home by all. on Station Camp Creek, in Estill county Reduced Rates on Southern Hallway. on Sunday, May 24th, 189G, of cancer, For the occasion of the Summer School aged 74 years. Bnried in the family hur- of the Young Men's Christian Associarying ground, at his home- tion, Southern railway will sell tickets Captain Wilson commanded a com- to Knoxville, Tenn., and return at rate of pany in the Sth Kentucky Iufautry, and one first-cls- s limited fare for ths round was the first to plant the stars and stripes trip. Tickets will be sold June 18, 19 on top of Lookout Mountain at Chattaand 20, good to return on or before June nooga, in "Fighting Joe" Hooker's fa- 30,18. mous "battle above the clouds," an act For the occasion of the SunimerScliool that made him w idely known. of the Young Women's ChrLbtian EnCaptain Wilson was an honest man, a deavor Southern Railway will sell tickthrifty farmer, a member of the Metho- ets to Asheville, N. C, and return at rate dist Church, a Democrat, and besides of one first-clalimited fare for the wife leaves a number of children. He round trip. Tickets will be sold June had for many years been a subscriber to 10, 11 and 12, good to return on or before the Climax and one of its best friends. June 26, 1896. For the occasion of the National Re Commencement of Madisou Institute. publican Convention, Southern Railway Commencement exercises of Madibon will sell tickets to St. Louis, Mo., and reFemale Institute this week Baccalaulimited fare turn at rate of ouefiist-clas- s reate sermon was preached at the Chris- for the round trip. Tickets will be sold tian Church Sunday morning by Rev. J. June 13 and 14 .good to return untiLJuno J. Haley, of Cyiithiaua. 21, 1896. Annual concert by music and elocution For further information in regard to pupils was held Monday night. rates, schedule, &c. call on any agent of Alumnae meeting Tuesday evening. the Southern Railway or to L. A. Sliijn Reception to Knights Templar by faculman, T. P. A., Birmingham, Ala.; E J. ty and students, Wednesday evening 7 Martin, T. P. A , Columbus, Miss.; W. to 10. D. Doll, T. P. A ; Chattanooga, Teen.; J. Commencement exercises, Thursday L. Meek, T. P. A., Knoxville, Tenn.; morning, May 28th, at 10 o'clock. Rev. S. T. Swift, & P. T. A., Lexington, Ky. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, will addrets tax-payemouo-metalisfree-silveMaggie-Broaddusss t This second silhouette of Governor Stone was kodaked at the moment of a lp . CO. "Rt.tttc T.TfiTf i Ie! rarai ifH of ills, of physef- t fnr trip half-barre-ls nF.T.TCTVRATTCn W atpvr. Put nn in hnt Sis For the Climax. In the month of September, 1872, I hired to Gunning and Laden, Atchinson, Kansas, contractorson theconstruction'of the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad, and shipped from Atchinson, Kansas, to the eud of track at Great Bend, Kas., on the Arkansas river. We unloaded our outfit in an unsettled country and at once in wagons for a point 125 miles beyondlFort Dodge. We followed the old Santa Fe trail up the Arkansas river the entire trip. This was a very long and wearisome journey. The scenery was simply grand. There were innumerable herds of buffalo on either side the river. Then afterlour days and part of the nights travel travel w e went into camp with all the wild animals of that section within a stones throw of our camp. I worked on the road for two Class Entertainment. months, at three dollars a day. This Mrs. W. G. White's music class enter- nally got too much like work for me and tained at Hotel Glyndon, Monday, and conrinced everybody that they had re- my three close corapanions,Chas. Weaver ceived superior training. Medals were Jack Stevens and Henry Snyder, so we awarded Mits Stella Burns and Miss Delia bought a gun and one hundred rounds of PigK. ammunition for fifty dollars, and went iuto the enterprise of buffalo hunting TH E HOUSEHOLD. the hides bearing good prices. The aniMilk Dis- mals were so plentiful that it was no Points on Pastry Making1-W- hy agrees With a Great Many Peruncommon thing for an outfit to kill and sons A Wet Umbrella. 6kin thirty-fiv- e buflalo in a single day. well-inform- rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, hut 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 pood health. Its beneficial effects are duo to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all 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. Gladness Comes iu With a better understanding the Mfg. nature the many which vanish before proper ical p3 MraUIpjplpIlBf forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts Br-E--lrHi-n- ties, kegs and Barrooms. and barrels. At all Drugstores, Eestaurants gjIHrJ-lrlPJBn ag frl inS rrf- Buffalo Hunting Twenty-Fo- ur Years Ago. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected Weekly. Butter. . . 10 to 12Jc ONE WAY TO REPAIR! A tire is to shoulder your wheel, walk 17 miles to a repair shop WAIT while the puncture is being repaired 50ets per hour per wait it wont take many hours. . lb Eggs Chickens (live) Chickens (dressed) Ducks (live) Ducks (dressed) Chees.) Lard Beeswax Ginseng Wool .'No 1) Burry and Cott Green hides Dry hides Feathirs (new) Closed. 5c doz 5c lb 10c jr lb 5c lb 1 8: 10c lb 10tol2Jclb 8Jc lb 20c lb $2.50c lb 12 to 13c lb 7 to 8c lb Rambler Bicycles, 3to3Jclb 5 to Gc 35c lb GR9HT lb i G.&J.TIRE, :m: 3I. ) S-raO"-ST, IF your tire is a "G. & J." just dismount, remove the outer cover for a few inches at the puncture, stick on a little patch. If you are weary jitst ask a small boy to do it for you he will enjoy it S-tri -t y sssssssl . SZ-sr- The ten days meeting at Tond Church by Rev. D. G. Combs, evangelist, closed Monday night with fifteen additions. Rev. Combs began at Bear Wallow last night and will continue until the Kingston meeting opens. He Escope-Joh- n . fi- 'tt&ttttl's&svs&vvv IRE F RE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE () There Is a great art in pastry making. Tho chief secret of success, granted that tho materials aro good, is duo to a light, cool hand. One cook may use precisely the same Ingredients as another, yet in tho one case tho pastry may turn out heavy nnd indigestible, in tho other light and perfect Then of course much depends upon the baking. Take it as a rule that tho flour must bo sifted before it is mixed with any ingredient, save perhaps baking powder, which may bo sifted with it Butter is tho best kind of fat to employ, but lard, good sweet dripping, and clarified fat ore of ton used as substitutes in tho making of plniu pastry. Opinions from different sources vary as to tho wisdom cf using eggs In tho manufacture of puff paste, though for short pastes they arc undoubtedly advantageous. Tho use of the yolks, at least for puff paste, gives richness and smoothness There aro those who prefer to use the whites only. Baking powder is very useful in giving lightness to pastry. And here It may be as well to add that cakes, pastries, etc, in which baking powder is used, must bo put into the oven at once, for directly moisture touches it tho powder begins to effervesce. Everything in connection with tho making of pastry should bo as cool as possible, otherwiso it is Impassible to got tho bost results. Choose as cool and shady a spot as you can for mixing and rolling tho paste. In summer time, during intense sun heat, It will bo all tho better for bolng rolled on a marblo slab, if such a thing is at hand, and a glass bottle may bo used instead of the ordinary wooden rolling pin. Keep your board and rolling pin well floured to prevent tho paste from sticking to either, bat do not use nn overabundance or tho pastry will not be so good. Neither should you pour Into the flour too much water at first For baking small pastry a brisk, even heat is usually tho best, but for pies and thick paste tho heat may bo more temperate after tho cruse has risen, so that tho contents shall bo properly cooked and tho outside remain unscorched. A little hint worth remembering is that when tho pie is brown enough, but tho contents aro not sufficiently cooked, lay over it a wetted or greased paper, which will prevent tho crnst from scorching. The beautiful color of well baked pastry and the appetizing odor are its great charm. the graduates. Three graduate, Misses Olivia win, Pattie Cornelison and Maude son, of Madison county. BaldMa- i- .'l-quarte- rs Married in Tennessee- Capt. Hood Tucker, son of Col. J. T. Tucker, ot this city, was married last week to a beautifnl young lady of Oliver Springs, Tenn. Capt. Tucker is a gentle man of fine character and stands high in his profession, civil engineering. The Oliver Springs Democrat has the following notice of the wedding: Tri-Coun- ty M .- WV one-four- th church-meetin- g . ., ! 1 - " ,.'- A-- : dneJ j,.aces. e As Large As Egs-Mar- k Tudor, proprietor of the Cotton-bur- g ?3 nursery, this county, was in town n will lead being followed by Saturday with a wagon load of strawberers as they are numbered, 26, 17, 16, ries of his own raising. They were as A Central University Cadets, Grand large as partridge eges. and finally flavor'" -- rs ia cmaes. No. 10. 7. 5. 4. 3, 1. ed, being of the Gandy and Buback va-- r C jimiiandery. Capt. General ieties. , R1V..T ii i -i i. -"- 1 cnler of movement will be as fol- - h-'r- r Mr. Flood Was Dried Up. ttieet to Fourth, then south, to ran. pus. The commands Nicholasville correspondence ot the will 3 n!oonson west front of Central Louisville Post: 'J. H. Flood, Jr., of The Grand OiTine On north Lexington, was the speaker of the day . ,. Fl ' . . ''euranauaptain ueneral anu for the silverites, but the Hon. J. A. 4ff aitmoimt on south front. Thft Sullivan, of Richmond, tbesonnd money I JC Vit , tntntiArri1i' flirmtocfvt . speaker, had all of the best of the argu, - E;Jte1' .'aemtiV alter lhesrvices are ment. Flood 4ised more abuse than ara,il march north on Second gument. Sullivan made acleao, clear w Maui, and forni in platoQns in arjjunieiit, free from aU vUuperaUoq," 3 1 t"-'1 Juciineuiiuareii hiii uc up i,- -- -- '"-"- --- - "On Tuesday evening at the palatial home of the bride's father, Capt. W.B. H. Wiley, in West Olivers, Miss Bessie Wiley and Capt. Hood Tucker, of Win- Dkes. Polonaise, Op. 40, No. 1, Chopin, MibS chester, Ky., were married in the pres- Feeny ence of relatives and a few special t'orturne D'Orso, Janie Myers. triends, Itev. J. II. Denton officiating Valse in D. Flat, Wieniawski, Miss The charming bride is one of Oliver's Spears. most beautiful and cultured daughters, Happy Farmer. Schumann, Miss and has friends and admirers all over the South. The groom, Capt. Tucker, is Miss Fragrant Breezes, well known and popular and comes from Barnes. one of Kentucky's oldest and proudest a (Minute, Op. 31. No. 3. Beethoven. families. To this happy couple the b Staccato Etude, Bohn, MiunieDykes Democrat extends its heartiest Curious Story Heller, Emma Watts. congratulation. Winchester Sun. ' PolaccaBrilliante, Rohn, Miss French. Impromptu Valse, RafT, Miss Feeny. Mr. Burnam for Appellate Judge. Longing, Jungmann, Mi8 Turley. Hon. A. R. Burnam, of Richmond, Etude. Op. 22, No. 1, Wolleuhaupt, authorizes the Leder to announce his Miss Spears. candidacy for Judge of the Court of ApMedals were awarded to Misses Bessie peals of Kentucky for the Fifth AppelSpears. Mosse Parish, Mary Adams, Lizlate District, snbject to the action of the zie Feeny, Arrabella Barnett, Minnie Republican party. Dykes, Tomuiie Barnes, Bessie Turley, This announcement will be gratifying Kittie French, and Sarah Burnam. The to the vast majority of Republicans and class was composed of fourteen pupils. Democrats, who, regardless of party lines, desire that the standard of the juAwarded diciary shall be maintained, and that only men of the highest character and Highest Honors World's Fair, attainments shall be elected to the Appellate bench of the. State. Mr. Burnam is' a boh of Hon. Curtis F. Burnam, Assistant Secretary of the r Treasury under President Grant, of the late Constitutional Convention, and one of the ablest lawyers and purest men in Kentucky. The younger Mr. Burnaoi is a man of nnirapeachable integrity, superior legal equipment and splendid executive ability, and would add greatly to the pres tige of the Court f Appeals. He was Collector of Internal Revenue under President Harrison, and is a delegate at large to the Republican National Con MOST PERFECT MADE. vention at St. LbuiSjiind holds'high rank A jureGrane Cream cf Tartar Powder. Frati --Lexington from Ammonia, Alum or any other aauHnf-in the RopubUcank -T.u-bot- Why Milk Disagrees With People. Is well known that milk curdles immediately on reaching the stomach. Tho most common reason why milk does not agree with people is that thoy swallow it too quickly, says Science News. If a glass of it is drunk hastily, it forms one solid curdled moss, very difficult of digestion. If tho same quantity is slowly sipped and well chewed, it will bo so thoroughly divided that when it is coagulated, instead of being in ono hard moss upon the outsido of which olono tho digestive juices can act, it is moro in Mrs. l'ickels's Mnsicale- the form of a sponge and exposes a much On last Friday, Mav 22, at 4 o'clock. larger surfaco to tho action of the gaa-tri- c Mrs. G. W. Pickels gave a musical in juice. Milk may also bo rendered behalf of her class, at her elegant home more digestible and to many persons on Second Rtreet. The program was a more palatablo if it is first curdled by slowly adding a few drops of dilute delightful one and w'as as follows: acid to it, drop by drop, whilo 1 Op, 150, Diabelli, Duet Sonata, stirring it well nt tho some time. Water Miss Barnett, Mrs Pickels. should also bo always sipped slowly and Hunting Song, Merkel, Sarah Burnam. thoroughly "chewed up" before swalGavotte, Hoffman, Miss Barnett lowing. Turkish Rondo, Steibelt, Mary Evans. Jfersla'a New rotentate-S- ir Unanos jValse, Haldeinan, Stella Adams. per and tho Canadian elections. Polish Dance, Schrawenka, Minnie Cecil Ehodos' Disgrace. It We could always kill as many as we could Very Greek: Letters on label of skin At first we were very rough and could not use the White hilac Cream best toilet preparation, butchers knife to any advantage, so we would beautifies the complexion, softens and skin down the feet and head and hitch a whitenii the skin, soothes chapped inteam to the hide and pull it off, but alter fants. Hurley 8 Sarsaparilla "Best tonic a time we improved and could use the makes rosy cheeks. knife, then wo had better and nicer hides. If you would always be healthy, keep In the fore part of November, '72, we your blood pure with Hood's Sarsapabuilt our first buffalo camp, a simple and rilla, the One True Blood Purifier. It very rough camp; being dug out of a Ho Hid in Madison. overlaid with cottonwood small hill-sidOn Wednesday officers from Harlan poies and covered later on with buffalo hides, our floor being carpeted with the county brought in Elijah Osborne who same m iterial. If it was a still day we was wanted here on a charge of kuklux-inHe was one of those whom Bill would take a handful of dust, let it slowly fall to the ground, and by so doing Kirby informed against. He had an exwould get the direction from which the amining trial and was held under a two- wind was blowing then choosing a herd hundred dollar bond until Circuit court. Mt. Vernon Eagle. that was where the wind blew from them to ns, (so ttiey could not scent us), we Pulmonary consumption, in its early would make a still Hunt lor tnem, gen- stages, may be checkjd by the use of erally on our hands and knee, until with- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It stops the in range, then was the time to make the distressing cough, soothes irritatiori of sure shot. If we made a good shot the the throat and lungs, and induces uruch- balance of the herd would gather around needed repose. Hundreds have testified the fallen one and smell the blood and to the remarkable virtues of this (prepapaw the dust While this was being ration. done the man with the gun was making (ten. Bradley to the Rescue-II- . good use of the time by dropping a dozen w. Wylie, of Hunter's Ferry, Mad perhaps out of the number, before they would realize the fact that the enemy ison county, who was tried here Feb. of the peace, plead guilty was at hand and the time for them to go 15th, had arrived. Then running away at and by agreement fined S35, had his fine break-nec- k speed, they would only leave remitted last week by Gov. Bradley. a dusty cloud in the direction they went Nicholasville Journal. Tfj Weaver and myself were the hunters. It is a fortunate day for & man w neff We would follow on, or select another he first discovers the value of Ayer's Sar herd, while our companions were left be- saparilla as a ith tnis hind to skin the game and get the ox medicine, he knows lie has found a rem team and wagon, load up the hides, get edy upon which he may rely, and that the tongues and what little ham it would his life long malady is at last conquered. or one Has cured others, will cure you. take to do us, witnii seventy-ny- e hundred pounds of the suet for fuel, (we Want Our John for Congress. used th's to make the green cotton wood Some of tho Frankfort Democrats who poles burn), and then follow after us, leaving almost and in some instances the think neither Breckinridge nor Owens whole carcas to lay there in the prairie should run for Congress this fall, and for the coyetes and gray wolves. We that a new deal all round is the only salhunted this way almost continuously vation for the divided Democracy are for one winter. One day out with pushing the claims of our friend, Judge Weaver, we saw a single buffalo bull J. S, Plielps, of Fayette. He is very popwhich was crippled shot in the left fore ular throughout the district, the strong-ea- t kind of a Democrat, an experienced leg. Wo followed it to kill it. After a we succeeded in getting in legislator, and if nominated would be short time range. Weaver made the shot. We, elected. Nicholasville Journal. supposing it was a dead shot, rushed up When the hair begins to fall out or and sat down upon the animal. Then to turn gray, the scalp needs doctoring, and our surprise we found by his raising up, we know of no better speicfic than Hall's that we had only creesed him, or in Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. other words shot him through the neck. When he jumped up we thougbtsure he Baldnuss is either hereditary or caused was almost dead. Weaver made a sure by sickness, mental exhaustion, wearing g and hats, and by over-wor- k hold on his horns while I fastened on to tight-fittintail. This was a great tussle over trouble. Hall's Renewer will prevent it. the e, g. blood-puriher. -- A. Mullins, of Kirksville, Madison county, was arrested Monday for peddling without license. Heasked permission of the officer to consult with an attorney, which was granted, but "never came back " Nicholasville Journal. i FIR CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must be closed out at ) 6) T: ) S 5 FIRE H ! I PRICES Come and get 1 ) 1 bargains. Our is now going on. sale 4 MilliDeni at Great Bargain?. HENRY -- KLEIN -- BON. 210 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. KY. . 1 vg&Si&!vty5MA UST'S DR. COTTOH If n.- ROOT AND Genuine - B1- IT. flufa. illeaf: Mfi. :I X . Cotton Root and fnr Mrc -- lAa.J' ilils. Ther nerer Penny IX&Tt-- injure. on receipt at $1 b; fall Mai!cltoanx-- ldross on receipt of (i.uu iy Tho litMl Medicine Co. St. Paul. M Inn. ,!' HMBLniLLS iiirirv "-- Original P3GEGN: .s.iBin?" , r muA 'u THE ACEl I Cares In 1 to days. Imtso dlato in elect: qalct U. eure. A po1tlTO preventlTe. Can bo carried la Teat pocket, all cob- Muled to an adsreti greatest OP k . "urs in E" Your Physical Condition Needs attention at this time. If you are tired, weak and nerous, it is clear that your blood is impure, and without doubt there has been too much overwork or strain on brain and body. The course of treatment for such a condition The blood must is plain and simple. first be purified so that the nervous system, and in fact all the organs will be fed upon pure blood. Intelligent people without number have testified that the best blood purifier, nerve tonic and strength imparting medicine is Hood's Llghtnlng Hot Drops What a Funnr Namel Very True, but It Kills All Pain. Sold Everywhere. Every Day Without Relief, There Is No Par! General Lucius Fairchild, General at Liverpool, of G. A R , Commander-in-Chie- f the Loyal Legion, and one of the best men in every way that ever lived, diet! at his home in Madison, Wisconsin, lost acres of ground. Finally by his leg being broken we succeeded in throwing him to the ground. Weaver being a strong man, held him firmly to the ground and for once in my life I found use for my hunting knife. A. J. Elder, Berea. Be sure to get Simmons Liver Regula tor for your Spring Medicine. It's the old reliable that did the old folks so much good. Don't let anyone persuade you to take anvhinu else instead. You can al ways tell Simmons Liver Regulator by t. Rive-Kin- Mnzaffer-ed-Ditho new shah of Persia, is 43 years old, and at the timo of tho assassination of his father, tho lato shnh, was governor of Tabriz. Ho was not tho eldest, but the second son of and was chosen to rnlcr of tho Empire of tho Sun cf his big brother because tho mother of the latter was a peasant- worn- n, Nasr-ed-Di- n, bo-coin-te- - Tri-Coun- ty DR; THE SHAH OP TEESIA. menS-be- CREAM BAKING POWDBt YIARS THE STAHPAW, an, whilo Mnzaffcr's mother "was a woman of noDle birth and one of tho "first class" wives of tho latovshab. MuaifTer has tho reputation of bbing a rather dissolute man who is under tho influence of tho priests of tho most fanatical and bigoted of the Moslem sects. Ho has never been outside cf Persia and knows almost nothing about western civilization. It is not expected that Ije will make such a success as a ruler as did his father, who- roigned for al- -' most half a century. - -- Lost between Jloberley Station "and tho mouth of Muddy Crcekapair oi Kaildin PivrkpfanmlRP-vora- J natnt hrushps. l Tinder leave sainjj at ihnian"-S- : Thorpe's ftv-- r the Red Z on the package. Don't forget the word Regulator Simmons Liver Judge Thhompson, of Louisville, Regulator better than anything else, will be elected Eminent Grand Comand sure to do you good. mander to succeed Sir Samuel II. Stone. According to a celebrated anatomist Foreboding at Danville, there are upwards of 5,000,000 little glands The Advocate nervously remarked on in the human stomach. These glands Friday last: pour out the digestive juices which diswill be Richmond day in solve or digest the food. Indigestion is Danville. This means that the base hall wantofjeice, weakness of glands, need club will be with us for the first time in of help to restore the health of these orseven or eieht years, perhaps longer. It gans. The best and most natural help is likewise means that a lot of pretty girls that given by Shaker Digestive Cordial. students from Mad- Natural, because itsnpplies the materials and will be with us, and now needed by the glands to prepare the diison's capital prepare for a shock Clarence Woods gestive juices. Because it strengthens will lead the van. Perhapsyou don't know and invigorates the glands and the stomClarence AVoods. Let me tell you about ach until Ihey are able to do their work him. Clarence is the editor of the Rich- alone. Shaker Digestive Cordial cures mond Register. When you get a glimpse indigestion certainly and permanently. you will behold a It does so by natural means, and therein of him e clothing, spt!ess lies the secret of its wonderlul and unof dream shirt front, pat- varied success. liDen, diamond-studdeent leather shoes. Sigma Nu emblems, All druggists, price 10 cents to S1.00 bland smiles and dark brown mustache. per bottle. Although he may alight from a train jl GreatOpportanity! that is as dusky and smokey as a firebox of a vojeano, Clarence will be as We give away, absolutely free of cost, neat and as clean and as natty as the for a lioiited time only, The People's purpled and spoiled darling of a Fifth Common Sense Medical Adviser, by R. Avenue boudoir. Every strand of his V. Pierce, M. D., Chief Consulting Phy mustache will be located with mathe- sician to tiie Invalids' Hotel and Surgical matical accuracy, and his hair will be Institute, ,book of 1008 large pages, prosuch a nicety that fusely illustrated, bound in strong paper combed and parted-tit will not deviate in the one thousandth covers to 8ny one sending 21 cents in t part ofau inch from the acme of touso-ristumps, to cover cost of mailing idealty. Clarence is nothing if not only. Over 680,000 copies of this comloyal to those things to which he pins his plete familV Doctor Book already sold in faith. He believes that Madisou county cloth bindfag -- t regular price of $1.50. is the flower garden of the universe, that World's Djjipensary Medical Association, the Richmond girl is the most sublime Buffalo, N..Y- creation of the DivineMind, that Central RLeumatisM Unas Riot University is greater than Oxford, that When thnre is lactic acid in the blood. Sigma"Nu is the master piece of Liniments irad lotions will "ba of no perand that journalism should bo manent benefit. A cure can bo accomthe pastime of kings. plished onf by neutralizing this acid and Winchester Coaru lor this ptSrpose Hood's Sarsaparilla is A. Jiani8ey, auctioneer, reports only the best mjdicine because Hood's SarJ, about 100 cattle on th& market, moat of saparilla isi the only true blood purifier which were light, plain and inferior in prominentlf in tho public eye. arulity. 50(rlb. plain light steers brought ... 2$cts,liGht nondescript stuff sold.2 cte.' Trnn.ru fl , act easily, yet promptly o" the liver ami bowels. and under, Market dull'for sack r cf-- 'ri efecUiei-' "To-morro- w strong-lunge- d Nervousness, loss ot sleep Saturday. Sarsaparilla. and general debility all vanish when How to Treat a Wife. Hood's Sarsaparilla is persistently taken ; (From Pacific Health Journal.) in a word, health and happiness follow-afte- r taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. First, get a wife; second, be patient. Manufacturing Company ope- You may have great trials and perplexiPatton rated in the Penitentiary atJeflerson-ville- , ties in your business, but do not therefore, carry to your home a cloudy or conhas assigned. tracted brow. Your wife may have Personal. trials, which, thougli of less magnitude, medical reference book to any Free with any special, chronic or deli- may be hard for her to bear. A kind person afflicted cate disease peculiar to their sex. Aderess the word, a tender look, will do wonders m leading physicians and surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway A Co., 79 Dearborn street, chasing from her brow all clouds of Chicago. gloom- - To this we would add alwys is keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Coagh Frank James, the noted to be made special guard on express Remedy in the house. It is the best and is sure to be needed sooner or later. trains. You will then know that you really Mr. D. P." Davis, a prominent livery- care for her and wish to protect Her man and merchant of Goshen, Va., has health. For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. this to say on the subject of rheumatism; General John Echols, of Louisville, "I take pleasure in recommending ChamBalm for rheumatism, as I Manager of the Chesapeake & Ohioawl berlain's Pain know from personal experience that it South Western R. R., died at his eM will do all that is claimed for it. A year home, Staunton, Va., Sunday, of Bright's ago this spring my brother was laid up disease. in bed with inflammatory rheumatism Forty-thre-e persons killed by tornado and suffered intensely. The first appli- in Iowa, Illinois and Kansas, Sundev cation of Chamberlain's Pain Balm night. eased the pain and the use of one bottle Following Texas, cyclones have struck completely cured him. For sale by Kansas and Nebraska, killing many peoHagans Pharmacv. ple and destroying vast quantities of Chief Justice Snodgrass, of Tennessee, property. charged with murder, was acquitted. "bo i '. V 1 m i . i f i j ii Deafness Cannot C-- rsi tailor-mad- d For every quarter in a man's pocket there are a dozen uses; and to use each one in such a way as to derive the great est benefit is a question every one must solve for himself. "We believe, however, that no better use conld be made of one of these quarters than to exchange it for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoae Remedy, a medicine that every family should be provided with. For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. Sever be Wealthy, But you can be healthy. Constipation of all the diseases of causes two-thirhumanity. Violent cathartics may They never cure. What you need is Wright's Celery Capsules. They enre Constipation, Sick Headache, Liver and Kidney trouble. Why? Because they are Nature's Harmless Remedies and you get 100 days' constitutional treatment at a irost of lc a day or 14 weeks for $1.00. Curo guaranteed by bankable paper in every 51 cox. Sold by You. May o al one-cen- by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, s and that is by constitutional is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entire ly closed Deafness is the result, and un less the inflammation can be taken oat 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 inncuous surfremedies-Deafnes- ir aces- anv case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrtl Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney &. Co,, Toledo, O. JCSfSold by Druggists, 75c. We will give One Hundred Dollars foe frnter-nnlis- T.S.Hagan. Wseu Nature Needs assistance it may be best to render GET all kinds of Sewing Machine NeedAc. at The Singer Office, with it promptly, but one should remerabersto f use even the most perfect remedies only Mrs. Lucy Maun, 124 East Main St., 49432 when needed The best and most sim- Richmond, Ky. ple aud gentle remedy . the Syrap of Pon't raise seeing- thoso fine silver Figs, laanafeciWd by the Califor ,iIaid spoons t D. P. Fig for 25 yeH w ciw. ", Syra-rC-M- At the Methodist General Conference, Cleveland, Dr. Charles McCabe and Dr, Earl Cranston were elected Bishops. " 3t 3ri , b 4 rv"'''' t ytttre4ftitv vi,-s- t jere-J- , ' " ' ' " '- Pfr If - -- py. - 3- - - a ' a Jf I! 4r f ' pBMMMMHHMSnBAWPJIM II Ilia A Til Jackson, Ky :??iapHB&SJpp" , , ,,, piimiWJ' " . ", t -- tfcIT J J a 1 ! . & - JF KENTUCKY NEWS. Tb Latest New From All Parti ol uta Commonweal tlu NOT TAXABLE. UrnCTolett Institutions In Kentucky Win the Salts Uroncht to Knforce the Tax Law Upon Their Property. Fraxkfobt, Ky.. May 25. The court of appeals, sitting in banc Saturday, decided the several cases involving the , , j power of the state to tax benevolent schools and other purely eleemosynary institutions. The opinion of the court was delivered by Judge llazelrig-- and holds that under the present constitution those institutions are exempt from taxation. Judges Guffy and Durelle dissented from the opinion of the majority of the court. The decision is the most important one recently rendered and the practical affect of it is to exempt several millions of property. The cases decided Saturday were suits brought by aiunieipalitics against tho Southern liaptint Theological seminary of Louisville, VazeriUa academy, St. Joseph's Orphan home, St. Xavier's institute, St. Mary's and several other Catholic institutions. Of course similar institutions all over the state are affected by tho deeision. ELECTRIC STOPM. Cnnlderalle Damage Dona to Property In Adxlr County. Columbia, Ky.. May 25. A destructive wind and rain storm passed over May 2a Rain has falling hero for nearly twenty- Jour hours, and the worst drought evet known in this county at this season of the year is broken. The ground la large portions of Breathitt had become so hard that it was impossible to break dt cp, and many farmers have as yet put ont no crops. The rain, however, will soften the soil, and perhaps a big Harvest win eventually be reaped. Arteated for Jncendlartam. Fhaaklin, Ky., May 33. Thursday night Tom Mundy, "Babe" Bowling, Dempsey Price, Vernon Perdue and Will Wilkerson were arrested charged with setting fire to the building recently burned here. Mundy, Perdue and Wilkerson Friday morning made a partial confession, in which they endeavored to throw tho crime on Dempsey Price. There is talk of mob violence and much excitement. "been Drottght Broken In Ilreathltt County. ! have daily contact with him thai it will be' necessary to carry hin to the scaffold. DeWitt's actions in tho past in the m'attcrof thanking the jury and judge for the sentence of positor. Four warrants are held death aro not attributed to bravadc against them, charging larceny, em- or unusual nerve, but ra.her to t d lack of full apbezzlement and obtaining property un- natural der false pretenses. They remained preciation of his condition. When i' under the guard of two deputy sheriffs dawns upon with full force it is likelj Wednesday night, and will ask for bail that the weakness exhibited just prioi to the discovery of the body of tho murThursday. dered woman will be manifest with DISTILLERS TO MEET. greatly increased intensity. feeble-minde- CHARGED WITH LARCENY. Speculators Who Caused Suspension ol lUldway Bank Arrested. h Versailles, Ky.. May 21. ier William M. Shipp and Bookkeepci Charles W. Stone, whose peculation? amounting to 540,000 or $50,000 causca suspension of the Midway deposit bank last month, were arrested Wednesday night byt Deputy Sheriff Stevenson, al the instance of one of the bank directors and Mrs. Cordelia Taylor, a deEx-Cas- LOSING NERVE As tho Dread Day "Approaches Js Murderei James DeWltt. Ashland, Ky'., May 19. James who is lo hang at Grayson or the 21st, is weakening rapidly, ant. it is the opinion of the officials who De-Wit- DE WITT HANGED. Pays the Penalty is r The the Open Air Before 5,000 People. GuAvsox, Ky., May 22. Edwin Do Wtfe-Mnrder- er Witt was hanged here at shortly after noon Thursday for the murder of his wife, Elizabeth. At 12:31J ho was pronounced dead. Who can think simple of some nAfntl thjny fi your ides: tbermay bring yon wealth. Protect Writs JOHN WEDDEKBtrRSJ CO.. Patent Attorneys, Washington. D. O, for their UU0 prlxa offer and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. Wanted-- An Idea FOR RENT THE STORE-HOU- III. (g) ,, Parole Law to lie Tested. Ky., May 23. As foreshadowed in an account of the conference of Gov. Bradley with the judges of the court of appeals last Saturday, Frankfort, Adair county doing considerable damage. Two cribs containing 300 barrels of porn, two barns, in which was stored COO pounds of hay and S0.D00 feet of lumber, the property of W. II. Hurt, were destroyed, lightning striking and Butting the buildings on fire. The loss is Sl.390, with no insurance. A barn belonging to J. D. Todd was al-set on fire by lightning, consuming the building and burning to death two valuable mules. HUNG JURY. Three Men Save the Neck of the Alleged o in this state. The governor and a majority of tho sinking fund commissioners favor its revival, and steps have already been agreed upon looking to a test case. Itefreshlng Rain at Srrgcnt. Sf.ro ext, Ky., May 23. Welcome rain Btruck this section late Thursday evening, the first that had fallen since early in April. The people have been praying for rain several weeks. Vegetation has been greatly damaged and not more than half a crop of corn, wheat and oats will be raised. May 23. The court of appeals Friday affirmed tho judgment of tho Union circuit court in the case of the commonwealth against Geo Dehoney, sentenced to six years' im- in the courts, and if held constitutional will be revived and put in force the convict "parole" law will be tested year, for the purpose of relieving the present overstocked condition of the market. This project has been discussed for some time, and most of the distillers have about reached a point where they are willing to sign an ironclad agreement. DEAD BABIES. The Famous Mayfield Quintet May Causa a Lawsuit. Paducah, Ky., May 21. The famous May-fiel- Suspcndlug Production for a Year In Ken tnckyto Be Considered. Louisville, Ky., May 2L A meeting of the Kentucky distillers will bo held here on June 10, to consider the advisability of suspending production for one KENTUCKY Ehot In FIGHTER Son Wound- considerable excitement. Da Witt retained his nerve to the last and said he was ready to dio. The sheriff organized his force .of deputies early and proceeded to the scaffold. . Sheriff Jule Plummer, of Campbell county, accompanied by Detectives and Crim, of Cincinnati, were the guest of Sheriff Castle Thursday Sheriff and witnessed tho hanging. Plummer made a thorough examination of the scaffold and trap and took in all the points. WATKINS NOT DEAD. His Reported Murder In Knott County Proves to Bo a Canard. Jackson, Ky., May 22. Upon investigation for the truthfulness of the report sent out from here to the papers on the 10th, of tho murder of Duff Watkins by Press Bradley in Knott County, while Wat- Five thousand people had gathered to witness the hanging, and there was J.H.NEFF&C0. Mairi (Opposite Glyndon.) T Now occupied lhe"Cvclone,-- r b Strt, door to D. P. A , Jewelry Store, t,JT 1S96. Possession Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest Cash Market Price Paid. once. B .J.E GREfV-'- i 0RIDGFORD'S ECONOMIST SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE T' v severely tested many times, quarreled with his brother-in-laCrowe the latter drew a pistol and began firing English was shot in the abdomen, and his little son had a close call, a second shot piercing his ear. Elder EnglishV injury is only flesh wound. It is sail that a woman figured in the quarrel. Crowe escaped. A Boy ed In the Kir. May 19. John Mii.lersburg, English, a fighter, whose courage hat-bee- the Abdomen and Ills ims mm. Beczhtta 4 Years Old 2:0Gi RANGE, at . . . Online 2:(H 4 at Ykars Old. fl "Judgment 1 1 tt x ' A V Frankfort, JCy., One of Abble Oliver's Murderers. James Downey , who murdered Policeman John U. Russell April 26, was indicted by the grand jury week before last, and his trial has taken up tlte time of the circuit court week. Nine of the jury were all for a verdict of guilty of murder, and Here for the death penalty; two were for manslaughter, with a penalty of 21 years in the pen. and one, Joe Sims Mood out for acquittal. Downey will remain in jail and be tried again in 20. Harrodprvbo, Ky., May Murderer Downey. prisonment for participation in the celebrated Abbie Oliver murder. lst October. Wanted to Die. Mayfiri.O, Ky., May 25. Miss Victoria McClain, the daughter of J. M. McClain, who lives four miles east of Mayfield, made an unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide by bwallowing e bottle of the contents of a She was unconscious for chloroform. three hours, but is now out of danger. Mi- McClain was tired of living because she had seen Iter lover with another girl and she thought he had jilt'd her. She is IT years of age. Ilariey Mejer'n YarlitFraxkkokt, Ky., May 25. lion. Ilar-ve- y Meyers, of Covington, and District Attorney W M. Smith, of Mayfield, were among the prominent visitors in the city Saturday. Mr. Myers came via the Kentucky river in his handsome steam yacht Dixie. The judges of the court of appeals accepted an invitation to accompany Mr. Myers on a pleasure excursion up the river Saturday. Houud Caught the Murderer. four-ounc- Henderson Restrained. IIf.ndersox, Ky., May 23. The water-gas injunction suit brought by A. T. Dudley and others against the city of Henderson was decided in favor of tho plaintiffs, and a perpetual injunction was granted restraining the city from maintaining such a nuisance. Charged ith Criminal Assault. Lancaster, Ky., May 23. Deputy Sheriff W. L. Lawson arrested Link Jones and Alex Beazley, both colored, Thursday morning and locked them in jail at this place, charging them with A Lyon quintuplets are liable to get into the courts. Dr. Matthews, of who has arranged to exhibit tho bodies of the five children, tried to get them from Undertaker Xance, of this city, Wednesday night, btit the latter declined to deliver them until he had been paid for embalming them. Mathews thought this too steep and will bring suit for delivery. Nance, it is said, wants to exhibit the ghastly wonders himself. Important Case Afllrniod. Frankfort, Ky., May 2L Tho court of appeals Wednesday morning affirmed the judgment of the Kenton circuit court in the case of tho Covington and Cincinnati Elevated Bridge Co. vs. O'Meara, sheriff. The question was an issue of taxation. City Solicitor MoD. Shaw, of Covington, asked that the case of city of Covington vs. John Mo Kcnna be advanced and his motion was allowed. This is the case involving the issue of bonds for brick streets. d, McKinney, Ky., May 19. Dud Pay-toaged 18, and a boy named Wren wore playing cards in a grove six miles north of this place and Payton traded his pistol and cards to Wren for two pet squirrels, then, it is said, turned the pistol upon himself and sent n ball crashing through his head, killing him instantly. Wren is said to have fainted at the sight and on recovering consciousness found his companion in a sitting posture leaning against a trae, n, Shoots Himself. kins was ill with typhoid fever, and on account of his jealousy of his wife, the same is without any foundation, and untrue in every particular. Bradley is one of the best and wealthiest citizens of Breathitt county, and is now at his homo pursuing the daily vocations of his life. Wm. M. Shipp and Charles Stone, the Midway oank defaulters, were released from !S?'-t- ttleAx LUG The umpire now csg1 mm! S auife?909 Vebsaillks, Ky., May Released on Bonds. 5vlK2is' 22. custody Thursday, 'after executing bond for 55,000 for their appearance in .he circuit court next week to answer the charge of larceny and embezzlement. decides that 2.-2- TiiDe ORWard Full brother to "Shadelaud Onward" 2:18r, (sire of Online 2:04,) by Onward, (sire of Benzetta, 2:00?, and one hundred and eighteen others in the list, fourteen of which are bettei than 0 but dead. Glenwood, Ky., May 19. Farmers were never more discouraged about their crops than now. There has not been a good rain in this section for two months. Whole fields of wheat will not be worth the cutting, while half the oats sown have not come up. The ground has become so hard and dry that corn planting has been abandoned until it rains. Garden truck is parching up and peaches are withering upon tho trees. A Young Cyclone. Discouraged Farmers. Ewixo, Ky., May 22. Near Parks Hill, while attempting to push a skiff from the shore with a gun, John Howell, 18, was almost instantly killed Tho hammer of the gun caught on the skiff. The load entered just below the heart, causincr death in one minute. ' A Hunter Killed. THE MARKETS. Flocb Spring patent, JlCQ&a&i: spring fancy. JA1.VTJ3.30. spring family, ti.G0iiiS3; winter patent. Utottl&S; fancy, X203&43; family, Ji.eiQ3.00. extra. HSO&ZbO. low grade, t!.7iSi00. rye. northwestern, &1.45&2.60, do city. liCa WnBAT Sales: No. S red, nominal, at 6TQ 67HC. is not only decidedly bigger in size than any t other 5 cent piece oE tobacco, but the f. quality is the finest he ever saw, and the flavor delicious You will never know just how good it is until "BATTLE AX" 95 SOLD IN RICHMOND. 2:15. nun sum i a tU J and See... CINCINNATI. May 2i you try it V0UTHS' DEPARTMENT. Holland the Land of PluckHow the Bantam Learned to Crow Even PatU's Cry "Was Musical. criminally assaulting Ida Uayden, a colored girl 1 I years old. democrats have effected an organization here, electing Henry Spears chairman and A. T. Forsyth, secretary, mittees were appointed and a vigorous campaign decided upon. Paris, Ky., May 23. "Sound money" igorous Campaign. Washington, May 21. Reports made to the controller of the currency of the condition of national banks at Louisville, Ky., on May 7, bhow an average reserve of 3L08 per cent., compared with 82. OS per cent, on February 2S, the date of the previous report. The loans and discounts amounted to S3, 455,022; stocks, securities, etc., S375.S35, and individual deposits, 54,814,519. Tho Jail Heavily Guarded. Loulsvllln Banks All Right. ' heaviest wind and rain storm for years passed over this city at 4:30 p. m., lasting about thirty minutes. Considerable damage was done to shade trees and fences. Almost an inch of rain felL A young cyclono is reported east of us. Weather Monday night much cooler and cloudy. TERRIBLE MURDER. A Dying Jinn Miot Because Ills Wife Had Gone to tho Man's Bedside. JACKbox, Ky., May 20. News of a terrible murder comes from Knott coun- Cati.ettsburg, Ky., May lit Tho 5dP- Flouring Mill ISurmd. Ky., May 23. Fire Frklay morning destroyed Dr W. H. Blakely's new flour mill, situated three his trial was set for hearing Saturday morning. He is now in jail here, and miles south of Allensville. Loss, Sfl.500: the jail is heavily guarded to protect only partially covered by insurance. tho prisoner from threatened mob vioIn Trouble at Padurah. lence. Paducah, Ky., May 23. F. Carrico, a Army Worms In Garrnril County. well known insurance agent, was arLancaster, Ky., May 21. The derested here for detaining Mrs. Lula Atkins, a young married woman, vastating army worm, so prolific In its ravages in this county last year, against her wilL has ag.in made its appearance. So Missing From Home. Greexit, Ky., May 23. James Car- far It mis only attacked wheat fields Midih.ushoho, Ky., May 26. W. M. ter, aged 17, is missing from his home and is about ruining them, together Some farmers Cobb, a colored teamster, was shot in it Flat Hollow, this county. Sunday with tho dry weather. hogs in on the. W. T. Fleming, also col- night ho attended church and did not lirve turned their the breast by worms, and claim them to be the best ored, near Cumberland Gap Sunday return home. exterminator known. afternoon. Cobb can not live through Housebreaker Breaks Jail. Kentucky G. A. It. Encampment Over. the night. Fleming took to the woods MlDDLEbBOROUOH, Ky., May 23. AnSomerset, Ky., May 21. The G. A. R. immediately after the shooting, but derson Walker, charged with housebloodltounds were put on his track and breaking, escaped from the Middles-boroug- h encampment at this place ended Wedhe was captured very shortly afterjail by boring through the nesday afternoon. It was one of tho most pleasant meeting in the history ward. walL of the order. The Sons of Veterans Death Under a Log. New Kentucky Post Office. will go Ikyixe, Ky., May 25. Isaac Young, a Washington, May 23. A post office aro still here anddays. Gov.into camp Bradley infarmer of Koss creek, was killed has been established at Abel, Knox here for several stantly Sunday morning. During the sounty, Ky., Sarah E. Jones, post- - and staff left for Frankfort Wednesday , afternoon lat rise in tlie river some logs had master. .-lodged in his yard, and he was trying A Raid on Moonshiners. New Kentucky I'otg. SalllC Be ien oftnssELLVH.LE, Ky., May 21. Deputy to tret a rail from under one Sunday WASHiNftTtvs. Mav 2t x. v. smith reHe loosenedL gess was commissioned ppsou$U&,. " morning for r United states Marshal tlw log. winch rouea completely over Skinnersburg, Scott county, Ky., Fri- turned Wednesday morning from a raid him, causing instant death. In Simpson county, bringing with him day. six prisoners, who were arrested on a A New Tr.'. ., one Line. Death of Mrs. Virginia Lyne. of moonshinlng whisky. Ten Minm-nm'""May 25. Stock nEXDEitsox, Ky., May 23. Mrs. Vir- change of illicit liquor wero captured, has btwi ta&H to construct a tele- - ginia Lyne, mother of John Lyne, of barrels together with the still and machinery. phone line from Stanford to Mt. Sa- the Daily Journal, died here. lem, there to connect with the Huston-vill- e He Died for Love. Henderson's Tax Levy. and Green river line, thus giving Louisville, Ky., May 2L. AbanHesdebson, Ky , May 23. Tho city close connection with Danville and council fixed the tax levy Mamie at SL 47 for doned by his sweetheart, Miss Joseph Lexington. Th line will be short, but this Jacob, on account of dissipation, will prove a paying one, and "fill a Schiekh aged 22 years, shot himself Damaged by Hail. long felt want." through the head Wednesday morning Soxuvax, Ind., MayS3 The hall and in front of his home, at tho southwest Straek by Llghtnlnc. Big Clifty, Ky., May 25. Lightning wind storm which swept over this councorner of Campbell and Chestnut struck the millinery store of Mrs. W. ty at 0 o'clock Thursday night will re- streets, and died 15 minutes later. sult in the total destruction of wheat, B- - Kogers. burning it to the ground. Spry at Nlnety-slThe large stocU was almost entirely corn and fruit crops. Thousands of dolJacklon, Ky., May 21. Uncle Billy loss will also result in timber which saved by the work of R. W. lars Carpenter, of Breathitt county, is S)6 Lavely. Lawrence Hawkins and W. J. is down. Hailstones in size from a years old, yet he rode 14 miles to town pigeon's egg to hens' eggs fell for thirty The total loss, including Meredith. the other morning on a little pony, and damHre to stock by rain, is about S500, minutes, cutting the fruit and leaves seemed to bo spry and fresh after arfrom trees. with no insurance riving. Uncle Billy is the father of Itloodhonnds Failed to Track. Sentenced to Five Years and Mx Months. Dublin, Ind., May 23. Shultz's meat Senator Carpenter, a member of the Russkllville, Ky., May 25. Wash was broken into and both the recent Kentucky senate. and Rufus Lyne, colored, were sen- shop Hagerstown and Milton bloodhounds Todd County Times Sold. tenced to serve five years and six were secured to track the burglars. Elktox, Ky., May 21. The Todd months each in the penitentiary for The heavy rain prevented the dogs killing Luther Ryan, colored, near from scenting the trail. The Milton County Times, a newspaper plant of this city, was hold to C II, IVnick, a Gordonville, this county, last July. dogs trailed as as Strawn's and a The criminal docket is now clear of second attempt far not more success- Todd i'ounty farmer and citizen of was Elkton, for $2,000. The name of the murder cases for the first time in near- ful. The burglars had a wagon, paper will be changed to the Todd ly forty years. County Democrat, and it will bo made fctole the GlrL Confederate Graves Decorated. Mobbistown', Ind., May 2a A party a free silver organ. Louisvtlle, Ky., May 25. Under the of campers who have been staying near New Kentucky Postmasters. anaptces of the ladies of the ConfederWashingtox, May 21. Tho following Monument association, the graves Greenfield decamped with tho another ate daughter of Frank Long, fourth-clas- s postmasters for Kentucky of confederate soldiers in Cavehill camper. were commissioned Wednesday: Sweet eemetery were decorated Saturday. Prisoners JIako Their Escape. Owen, Owen county, Ben F. Tool; WalThe floral offerings, which are conMabion, O., May 23. William Log-sto- nut Flat, Lincoln county, James E. by residents of the city and of tributed . the surrounding country, were abun- cattle-stealin- sentenced to the penitentiary for Wade. and Jesse Shisler, inJew Kentucky Tost Offlce. dant. dicted for forgery, broke jail by sawing WTAniXOTON, May 21. A post office Wm. Dyer's Horrible Death. Henderson, Ky., May 25. While out of the corridor and then through a has been established at Buckrun, window. Thy had assistance from tho Woodi.ord county, Ky., with llobert L. "William Dyer was inspecting Lis sawFrazier as postmaster. mill machinery near Hentjhnw, Union outside. Massacres Feared. county, he stumbled and fell uton the Kscaped Jail. Cosstantixopli:, May 23. Advices swiftly revolving steel, when in a mo--j. Middlesbobo, Ky., May 21. Boney in Asia Minor, say that ent, the top of his head was severed from Diarbckir, massacres are feared there during the Johnson, charged with robbery at this tut he fell forward quivering in death moslem festival of Bairam, which be- place, broke jail and made good hu gins on May 23. escape Tuesday night. . eweapoa t'rlsoner Caught. Ilobson n Candidate. Fbaxkfobt, Ky., May ly. Alonzo Louisville, Ky., May 22. Gen. E. Gardner, who was sent to jail by Judge H. nobson, of Greensburg, Ky., senior Cantrill some time ago for contempt of vice commander-in-chie- f of the Grand court, and later made his escape, has Army of tho Republic, has made up his Russellyillk, May 21. Mat Rainy was brought up from Lexington Wednesday to answer the indictment charging him with tho murder of Aaron Adams. Ho pleaded not guilty, and Wincrbster, Ky., ty. It seems that Duff Watkins was very low with fever at his home in that county, just across the Breathitt line, and he being a widower, his daughter had sent for Mrs. Bradley, a neighbor living in Breathitt, to aid her in the care of her father. Press Bradley, her husband, came home drunk, and, finding his wife absent, went to Watkins home and shot him in tho presence of his daughter and Bradley's wife. Bradley has made his escape. Coun Pales: No. 2 white, track, Slo; No. 3 mixed, track, :3c. Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, SI W& Hogs Select shippers, tXSO. tclect butchers. 3.15r.20. fair to good packers, (3.10 115. fair to good light. Jllj&lSO; common and roughs. li73J.0Q. Cattle Fair to good shippers', ?3.I53.85: choice, H&031 00, good to choice butchers', 13.50 a 65; extra, 13.90 t00; fair to medium butchers', t3.104.00: common. $15033 00. Sueep and Lambs Sheep: Extras, EJ.350 3.50; good to choice, 3.00&3.25: common to fair. li0O32L75, Lambs Extras, f4.15ig4.23; good to choloe, 11853110; common to fair, S3.Sa75; spring lambs, 13.50(25 00: extra, t5.S5i35.50. between Sixteenth Tind Seventeenth, and was laid out and prepared for burial. The undertaker had made all necessary arrangements for burial Monday afternoon, even to ordering the grave dug. Tuesday morning, however, thechild revived and is now thought to be recovering. Emma Will Assume the Duties of Ofllce. Fbaxkfobk, Ky., May 20. Miss Emma Guy, stato librarian-elec- t, is in the city preparing to assume the duties of that office June 1. It was rumored some weeks ago that the question would be raised as to the validity of her election und that Gov. Bradley might mako an appointment in order to test the question in court, but now It is said that this has been abandoned. Early in the Field. Geoboetown, Ky., May 20. At a com-mitt- LAID OUT FOR BURIAL. But the LltUc Babe Revived und Xow Will Recover. Louisville, Ky., May 20. The child of Mr and Mrs. Charles Harrison apparently died at 8:30 o'clock Monday night at the family residence on Oak street, to good light, ft 0034. 50; extra, :4.25, common and large. $10031 oa Wool Unwashed, fine merino, 89c per lot quarter blood clothing, llUlCc: medium delaine and clothing, 12c. braid, 10311c: medium combing. 1212VJc- - Washed, fine merino, X to XX. llSJlJo- - medium clothing, 1314o. delaine fleece, l&3Uc; long combing. Mo; quarter blood and low, 12c. New York. May 23. WnEAT No. 2 red. June. 87 July. 67 DecemSeptember, 67Jj(3G70-iber. 695i&69 Cokn No. 2 July, "So; September, EC Veal Calves Fair I am a littlo American girl and am traveling nbroud for a. year. I liko tho ' 'Land of Pluck" tho best of all, so I will tell you about it. I went first to Amsterdam, named after amster, a river, whilo "dam" means "dike." Holland is mostly dikes, you must know, and along tho dikes and everywhere else, except in cities, aro many, many windmills. Indeed in Laandam, a littlo placo neur Amsterdam, there aro said to bo 400 8; 8; e: state, 2628c: western, 23H2So( 24c; July. He, Toledo, May 23. July, 81 No. 2. 354380. Oats No. 2, dull; No. 2 white. May. 25Ws: No. mixed, Wheat No. 2 red, cah. and May, 68c: 63o: August, 63Jc: September. C3jc. Corn Oats Wa No. 2 mixed. July, 304o; September, Nominal. No. BALTIMORE, May 23. 2 red spot. May, 66M 66J,'c; July. 66k86Ko: AugU8t.68WC6Hc; southern. 370c. Cobn Mixed spot ani May. 33K33J4:: Wheat fire-woo- d. ., Juno. 33&33c: July, 34X31Ko; steamer mixed, 32H&3-Xsouthern, 34c. Oats No. 2 white, western, 2526e; No. i mixed do. 4 He 4041o: western. 43c Btk No. 2, near-bChicago. Miy 23. on July wheat opened at 6iy Calls and Olc, sold at (51 He, last price 6Hc Puts opened at 60y,o, acid at fOfjc, last price COHc. Calls on July corn opened at rSc. Hold at 29Kc, last price Puw opened at t9c, the only price. y. Cattle Prime. tt30g4.4J. good butchers. t3.904.15; rough fat, 103.75; calves. tlCOQ 42 Pittsburgh, Pa., May 23. i Hogs r. x. ht-roi-c meeting of the democratic county it was ordered that; a primary election bo held tho first Saturday in August, lSDfl, to nominate a candidate for the legislature. It was also ordered that a mass meeting be held June 18 to nppoint delegates to the appellate convention to be held at Richmond, Juno 25, provided Judge Pryor has opposition before June 10. Improvements Sheep Prlmo, $3.50(33.00: good. fl40AW; fair, 3.C03.. common, iSlaTo; choirs yearlings, ?15012S, spring lambs, iaOOQ 8.50. J3.20&135. 275. Prime, 1X403145: common to fair, heavy, ft?3.3o. roughs, tZOKQ Buffalo. N. Y.. May 2X Cattle Good steors, S3. 87; fair to good fat cows, !2.503 25. eal steady at 0.&X& 00. few 1 extra at 1125(3150. Hogs Good to choice Yorkers, $L404 4.'K: mixed puckers, iHO. mediums, tt, 351 40; roughs, ii753i00i Sheep and Lambs Prime lambs. 15.10 5.25, culls and common. J3.50! Si; good choico mixed sheep, J3.4033.G5. lNDtANAroi.is. May 23. 5.00. n, g, -- Man's View Of Marriage. A .Shelby "IS MARRIAGE FAILURE?" been captured. He was arrested in county by Detective C. C Houser, who returned him to the jail and received a reward for the capture. Sixteen Convicts Released. Fbakkfobt, Ky., May 22. Sixteen convicts were released from the local cf .era. psat prifasely lliuitialtd wilt nuu cat u.i ro ur-- o piatts ' ontiin photoxripbs cartes and adlr-v-- f if , TWt icnbei bc have car-- d -- It Is not uncommon fotnec to bewail the fact tkat marriage w, seldom means a real corapamot.ik.tp that tn&c nd xilt ?re fcpafttet! by itfl'erecet of t&tte, of mental Qntiock d' gto-r- al tnttittt in life. It is perfcips Bort timicos tt beat women DlbBec few xiat tf called breach of contract arnapt relation in tbt If 'he wife be de. teste run 3 vn and irritable, if bet imilt ano be: spirit have taken Eight, it aornet hei husband s well as Lcre.lf Etr. worst symptom! may fcl Jew the aotnac soSeri from sleeplesEnesi ano fainting ptlU hei head is in a whiri Decision Reversed. hir back actts, sd she has tb&l awfal Ky., May 22. The crow4.r.?-dow- r feel.n? ic the abdomen II dtptnd on :fct ou.ar. whether ht will court of appeals has reversed the deihew troubles to continue 4aj oy cision of the court here in the case of itactr.g t ift of misery Mrs. Parma TTidler against the Atper- Ttou'HiCi oa bten enrte by takinpDr Pierce i fivrxili ?iescnptior. and why tot lean Accident Insurance Co. for S5.000 damages sustained in the death of her yoc ? A ktalthj woman i always interest tng ht patst' fot z jt&B'.y became bt is husband. tjij-pt oei food sprits zrt contagions Held Without Ball. &- - i. r..tur goet with It&hb , irritability Pabis, Ky., May 22. William Steers, &nc prvtstttM wth Mckness Th!jt who uffei fion. the derangements. who murdered Jack Alexander, had bis itc" l.seasti 'J the sex tbonld re examining trial here Thursday mornTEbet that Lit Fierce, ctit'coastlt ing and was held over without bail to i pfcystci! :c Hotel au-the June term of the circuit court. Sarptca. Bur7ao N V has f&i a aiami A century mace the disyievr Kentccky Post Ufilce. eases of wtneL a ?peci.ty Send twenty Wabhinotox, May "23. A post office one '21 cents 'it l jtamns.lo Ebling, Christian t abovt add-.- s fot hi great medical tcok i was established jvt penitentiary Thursday morning as a result of the decision of Judge "Williams in the Dritton habeas corpus case Wednesday. A number went out at Eddy-vill- 'e branch prison also. A Southern Freight Wreck. Lawbescebubo, Ky., Mav 22. A Southern railroad freight was wrecked nine miles from here- - Eleven cars of merchandise were ditched. Loss between S4.O0O and, 5,000. John Bryan, brakeman, received serious, though not fatal injuries. !The pr-Tu- it I at jg 5i k" :cfjtt 'tt one-cte- s h-- aaunty, Ky., Thursday. at Q A Miner's Loss. can lontn-'wlear" ho lbet &en. Yb d fcivia? U ccniiUt & ioctot. ub thees and ttemstlvei iritbout ChAblestox, W. Va., May 22. ffames Hastings, a minor, of Chelyan, lost or was robbed of 110 in gold and 'f 10 ia " paper here. Geoboetowx, Ky., May 20. The Sis- dium. 13.503 3. 70. Hogs Good to choloe medium and heavy, ters of Visitation will erect a dormitory at Cardome, recently purchased B.203.30 mixed and heavy, 13. 153.20; good choico for a school, which is to be moved from toSheep lights, t3.S5a3.30.steady at unchanged Market quoted CUI1ED BY BACO CUIIO AND GAINED THIRTY White Sulphur. The building will be srioes. cona brick, and will be FOUNDS. Washing Chamois Glove3. nected with the present building by From hundreds of testimonials, the Tho chamois gloves in white and bridges. Tho cost will be about 4,500. originals of which are on file and open Work will commence Wednesday and light shades which aro worn by bicyto inspection, the following is presented : clists may bo washod in tho following be completed by September 1. manner, says a writer in tho New York Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark., Jan 2S, 1895. On Trial for Murder. Owixgsviij.k, Ky., May 20. John D. Snn : Mako n lather with castilo soap Eureka Chemical and ilfg. Co., La and warm water, using a spoonful of Young, jr., was put on trial TuesCrosse, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty day for the killing of Pliny Fasett a ammonia to each quart. When tho wayears I used tobacco in all its forms. For ter is tepid, put tho gloves in it and let year ago. Judge B. F. Day was elected twenty-fiv- e years of that time I was a to try the case. He overruled a motion them soak for a quarter of an hour; gr?at sufferer from general debility and a continuance and set the case for then press them with tho hands, hnt do for Wednesday morning. C W. Vcsbitt not wring them. Rinso in fresh cold heart disease. For fifteen years I tried refused to act as prosecuting attorney, water with a- - little ammonia added. to quit, bnt couldn't. I took various Press tho gloves in a towel. Dry them on account of family relationship beamong others A youthful bantam crossed tho yard and got remedies, in the op"n air after previously blowing tween himself and defendant. upon the gate. "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Doubto puff them out. "I've been toschooltoChantlcloor'qnoth he. A Murder in Taylor County. le Chloride of Gold," eta, etc, but none "nnd If yon'll wait CAMrBEi.LsviLLE, Ky., May 20. WilHow to Avoid Sore Throats. I'll show you what a crow is liko." Ho napped of them did me .the least bit of good. liam Colvin,. a farmer, who resided hl3 wincrs la vitw A very simplo precaution taken with with his wife and four children on tho throat so as to keep it well and Of ducks nnd geree, and cows and pigs, and Finally, however, I purchased a box of shouted, your " and it has entirely Muldraugh's hills, seven miles north healthy will be labor nnd time very of Campbellsville, was shot while plowdon't rcmembor how it ends," ho mattered cured me of the habit in all its forms, well expended. A relaxed throat should "I in dismay. ing in his corn field by Jack Earl, a and I have increased thirty pounds in can bo at once. A neighbor. IJc died instantly in the bo attended to vinegar (or gargle juice), And then alighting from his perch ho shyly weight and am relieved from all lemon used of strong the turned away. presence of his father, two brothers lemonade can be His audieneo was not disposed to bo well, toe numerous aches and pains of body and and. a man named Padgett. Earl is and cold water andand Boverc. drunk often. Now then tho throat Bat ono old turkoy alackod, "My lad, go baclt iniud. I could write a quire of paper still at large. must be painted iusido with a solution to Chanticleer." unon my changed feelings and conditian. One of the Triplets Dead. Yours respectfully, P. H. Makbuky, Lexixgtox, Ky., May 20. One of the of tannic acid in glycerin. A tonic Nest day the bantam came again, and, mountmust bo taken, and the throat net aling up on high. mind lo make the race at the next na- Brittingham triplets died here Tuesday lowed to bo too much covered up. Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. Ho gave a cough to clear hia throat, which fell tional encampment at St. Paul for tho at the Children's home. As in tho case Sold by all druggists at $1.00 per box, a triflo dry. Mrs. Jones, of office "Jly friends," ho called, "attention, please' three boxes, (thirty days treatment), of commander-in-chieGen. of the quintuplets of I'vo learned my lesson through." Hobson arrived in the city Thursday Mayfield, tho child was seized with with A las written guarantee, hcn ho essayed to crow, ho only cried from the state encampment, where he convulsions and expired soon after. It or sent direct upon receipt of price. was three weeks old, but was never as was indorsed for commander-in-chieOh, denr, I don't remember now how it bo W rite for booklet and proofs. strong as the other two. All were Eureka Babe Butchered by an Insaue Mother. glnu." ho said. boys. Mfg. Co., Dt Crosse, Wis., Hexdebsox, Ky., May 22. While InAnd blushes mado his little comb unusuall' Chemical aud Four Murder Cases at Shelbyvlllc. and Boston, Mass. , red. 0 fluenced by a religious monomania, SiiELHTViLLE, Ky., May 20. The "You are indeed a shocking dunco," a roosi Sarah Marsh cut tho throat of her was beard to jeer. of the Shelby circuit court May term "Since childhood, I have been baby, ayowing that a And then once moro tho turkoy clucked, "Gji Monday morning, Judge afflicted with scrofulous bolls and back to Chanticleer." messajje from God had directed her to began here Carroll presiding. There are 44 equity do so. A large butcher knife was used, BO sores, which caused me terrible Tis perseverance conquers still. Tho bantam common law and 20 common the head of the infant being almost did bis best. ROUTE the docket. Of the! Buffering. Physicians were unable severed from its body. The demented wealth cases oncases four are for murAnd for a wick or so be scarce would glvi to help me, and I only grew worse -- BEST UNg TO AND FHQ- Kcommonwealth a rust. woman then endeavored to kill an under their .care. When next ho perched upon tho gate, th'i older child, but was disarmed by her der. magio word ho know, length, 1 began At Killed by a Train. "husband. And all tho farmyard folk admirod bis "Coc.V WiLLiASiBTOWN, to take Ky., May 20. Tho Solid VeMlbulerf Trains, with Buflu Parlor Prospects of a Lynching. body of an unknown toan was found on Cars. E eKHUt Coaches, Dining fnrv, WnKa(., Lexixgtox. Ky., May 22. G Scruggs, tho tracks of the Southern road at Sloping Curs, mid Ixlest Improved I'rtvme A Wet Umbrella. AYER'S a Mercer county farmer, was found by y i.rc;j'iiig vrs, Most people make tho mistake cf uciniiiQiM a hamlet south of'here, t furniklied wilh tollel In his brother lying dead in the woods Mason,Tuesdaymorning ly an omployo Sarsaparilla, and standing a wet umbrella upon its point tacii cooipnrlinetit. Bewl leiruinnlstHtlop. Thursday morning. Scruggs had gone of Marks indicated that he to dry. This j clearly an error, for a . very soon grew bet-- " to a Negro dance near his home and re- hadthe'road ' ST- been killed by a train. . ter. After using this position tturwatcrwill trickle dow.p quests the participants to discontinue and settle in tho folds at the narrow eua i?olId Vesllbuled Trains with turret Parlor Seining. a dozen bottles half Drowned While their disorder. The band of vigilants of the silk and so rot it and rust th'p Cars, Conches and Uiiilni: Car, ami U',..,. Pabis, Ky., May 20. Jim Wilson, I was completelv Buflfrt Sleeping Chi. Entering at LoiiWevir of which Scruggs was a memticr aro wires. Tho best way to treat an nn! the colored, while seining a pond near Merchant' Bridge, uvoliliiiglliedl-tcured, so that I have not had a boil searching for the murderers. ri brella when wet is to open it and wijo tij,i.VuiV Clintonrille, this county, Tuesday, was or pimple on any part of my body School Teachers' Pay. it as dry as possible, and then stand jt seized with cramps and drowned for the last twelve years. I can Fbxktobt, Ky., May 22. Superinon its handlo to drain. Ifit is left open assistance could Macb bim. Tho cordially recommend Aycr's Sarsatendent of Public Instruction David- body was recovered. until dry, tho silk gets Btretched. The only Through HleeiilnK Cirntip from son says that the thousands of school parilla as the very best Sunday School Association. CJnClini. Klegam Wagner rtteepii k fiir. teachers in tho state will receive the in existence." G. T. Relnhart, A Tad of the Bay. Pbixcktox, Ky , May 20. Southwest ' last piyment of ten per cent, due them Stained or painted burlaps for haljs Myersvillc, Texas. on July 1. This money will come out Kentucky Sunday School Association aro a fad of the day. They aro woven of th apportionment for the ncixt fis- of the Christian church 'convened hero in varied aud effective designs. Whin The Tuesday night in annual convention. Holiit Vest! cal year. placed on tho wall, in many casea thdy ruled "Southwestern Liniile.!' Trains, with ContUuniion Lllirar ; delegates, wero One hundred and fifty wngncr ricpuii aro then enriched with medallioss ja. ljuupi HiiurMiniKl'ig tara. She's Dead Wow. present. l)miiK Curt, Intnl. t papier mache and finished in bronze la- - !mi, LotJSViLLE, Ky.. May 22. Little ilK pnsenBers In Mew Yo'kOtY 11141! sire-Full From an Appe Tree, ! Di pot. Positively uq Feirj- Tnuifer. colors. Tho fricae is usually decoraWp GoneHcve Agnes Harrison, whobe supTES ONLY WOKIB'S FAH Bcsure your ticket mutt via "Mtf foOf posed death and later return to life Wjutksbubg, Ky., Mtjy 20. A Httlo wiui s ayice m piaeuc appliqae, tl en tiro Behrave exhiMfcrag great boldeea several days ago, attracted much atten- Kin of D. I,. '"Webb, of Bljyia. fell from 3- 0. K'OOSMIOE D. B. XASTIK tion tpher"Ulness, died Thursday mornxnis method i8.BoiteWe for balls aitt im appletrtie, .sustaininminjuries from PatimigerTriiSicMKf. ieB.P(,lkt.Jlgt Apr1 Cbarry Ptcltnl WMtGwfk CtMt welch, he may die. ing aji tho home of hetjarents. i duung rooms hi private bonaes. J CMSCIKNATI, O 0 . ' , f. a !.-'I! , , K r II ..." . ' , a two-stor-y, I ''No-To-Ba"Cock-a-doo- at Cardomo. Cattle Fat, well-finlh- good to choice, ti753195; fair to steers. t3.55TJ me- In Broek tho streets aro all mado of littlo red bricks, very pretty and very clean. We went into a farmhouse there, and I had a glass of tho sweetest milk. After I had tho milk we went into tho barn. Tho barn was under the samo roof as tho house. It was long and narrow and had a pretty carpet on tho floor. By tho cows' stalls, which wero on ono side, ran a wido iron trough. In this they kept tho water for the cows. Tho stall floors wero covered with sawdust, mado in pretty patterns, and they had a ring in tho wall to tie their tails up on, so as not to get them dirty. It was tho oddest and cleanest placo I ever saw. Then wo went to Marken. This is tho first year they have had a minister or doctor at Marken. Thero aro only two trees on tho island. Tho boys aro dressed tho sainn as tho girls until they aro 7 years old, except a little patch on tho back of their funny caps and silver buttons at their throats. The silver or gold buttons aro tho first present tho boys get They aro all to bo fishermen some day, and if they wero drowned and their bodies were washed up by tho great Znyder Zee, the buttons would P11?" their funeral bills. Tho costnmo of Marken is odd and pretty. I went into two houses and will tell you about one of them. It was tho largest on tho island, but had only three rooms. Ono was tho parlor. On tho walls wero beautiful old delft plates, all inherited from tho man's grandfather. The man had threo or four cabinots of dark carved wood, which wero very beautiful. Tho beds they sleep in aro built up in tho wall, liko boxes, and on top is a sort of manger for tho babies. Amsterdam is tho largest city in Holland, and the capital; but is not so largo as Boston. Ouco a year tho littlo queen of Holland comes to Amsterdam and stays a week. She has tho most beautiful of palaces there, built in tho fifteenth century. It. was a town hall at first Then thero aro such magnificent picture galleries. Rembrandt, I think, is tho greatest picture painter thero ever was, and Vandyke was also very fine. At Tho Hague they wear tho prettiest costumes that is, tho women da Over thoir hair they wear a large, brass, close fitting bonnet, which is round and plainr except two funny little bobs on the temples. Over tho brass is lace closely fitted on. Under tho littlo bobs Is long, full lace, which also goes around tho back of tho head, only not so full. The Bantam learns to Crow. windmilli Time OxwaiuVs dam was Nettie Time, (the dam of "Temple Bar;" 2:17, the invincible campaigner through the grand circuit in 18"J2,) fcy .Mambnno lime, (full brother toLady Stout), by Mambrino Patchen. She was the best brood mare on record Go at 14 years of age, (the timeof herdeath,) jsretuaast uocee uaze. having five sons in the 2:30 list, three of Work a half cup of sugar and a of butter into a pint of them better than 2:19, two producing bread dough; roll out su inch thick daughters and two more sons to take re -r 22 si- and put on a buttered baking pan; brush tho top over with melted butter cords. 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