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"s CAREFULLY EXECUTED; ruixiriTuiiTnjinjTnxijTrtrinjTrtrtriruint a 1 n & I -- . J 1 i '"'jC aft, r rri'"iTWgr-r- VOLUME X. ..-.- i . i.- - RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY,. WEDNESDAY, JUNE lCl8&6. " - " imx . .?.. f x " ' " " s s? Highest of all in Leavening Poircr. Latest U. S. Goi't Report .'l5 w.3-- -3 34. ' . V f .1 . . " , . v . - (a? .mHLASA J' " 1 jMMmMmMiikMMim mrW ab&ouii,ecv pure Trimming a Straw Hat. D. P. Armer is receiving big sfrrifrp Aro you going to trim yoartjwn hat? stock of Jewelry and Novelties, aab-thin- g Ii so. hero is a modcL It la n violet entirely new. The latest feds fn Btfliw, trlimned with whlto and violet bellg, ladies watch gaartte, silver oorei-tie- s tnlle, white carnations and manvo and and in fact anything roe my want wMto chine ribbon. Two yards of tulle, ono yard, of each color; six carnations in his line at bottom prkes, Don't tail lg. and foliogo ; one and rhms-quartyards to gee them. of ribbon and an ornament. Begin by ranking your ribbon cp Into a bow oompo6ed of two loops and five . ; . ". V I NUMBER 1 rjSBSSSESSSSSSSi FREE 4 SILVER lei If you are afraid to THE BEST hose, yer mewy emr-ren- cy SPRING MEDICINE N w H Ns LIVER RLGULATOR. Don't .et t Like it Now is the time you tirrj it mit to wake up your Liver. A s ..Kg'-- :: Livei brings on Malaria, Fever ii Anuc, Rheuiiiatis'ii, and many other which shatter tlv constitution and i! wr.'-- iicjitli. Don't forget the word Ki..i'i Alow. It is Simmons Liver K i . . : i T want Tlte vord REG-- i all other i.i.. distinguishes It fromSlMAtONS Ami, besides this, rr rJ"-I hw KbGULATOR is a Regulator of the I rr. kec ps it property at work, that your s vtrm m.iy te kej iii condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SlAUlONS I bK KBGULATOR. It is the best Wood r,w and corrector. Try it and note C Look for the RED Z t d'Hetence. iwiv package. You wont find it on alier medicine, and tbere is no other 3 i rrmi-dlike SIMMONS LlVER y .,i i Liver Remedies, h .: vou get it J II . iljn .i '"o.. riiHarti'J;hia, Ptv is t SB l! fer fear ef a depreciated in the future, go to D. P. ARMER S and put it m. Diamomh, where k teiU be Mfe, and at tike prices he m offering them, yon wB ti be able to realize a profit oh them. 50- . - ' M vi i fSfti!il; WWsfl W feSS'lhil I SCENE ON SOUTH SECOND STREET, ST, L0Ul3.-Po3t-DIa- patch. ' VSfernF SmSrr" DrOw' TttlMMTm STRAW DAT. boughs MUTTON, UOOOUiA.'CKXHJGOCiOOw4H"UtKK0 asm gc g 1 c BEEF, PORK, ..', &f PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATTOHITSYS. Ii i: .1 now, ttorney A T LA w. - iimoni), - Kentucky' jg; '' ' . N'o ii First street, op stairs. W II ANTE. A LILLY, " '' llfli !II?Sa;.'L&?41SaW fe-Crau- ' Ml IfA HUIN3 0F THE K0HLER HILL9' " " ST- - Chicago Trlbnna ' mmiSe 0F ',-"B06 3 T R1VEB ABO 3 EAST ST. 10UI9. endi. If tho. ribbon is good. It will bo SS VEAL, FISH, stiff enough without wiring. Tho ends should bo upstanding and tho two loops Country Bacon, resting on tho brim. Sow this bow upon Breakfast Bacon, tho left band sido of your hat, then fold j Country Ham, your two colored tulles together and place them loosely around the hat, as City Ham, & shown In the sketch. In- doing this you j Lard, Sausage. will cover tho brim and hido tho shape of tlte crown. Then fix your paste orna- BEST MEATS THE MARKETS AFFORD. ment at the foot of your bow, and on tho right sido of tho hat mount rhreo carnations and thoir foliago, and tho flowers and leaves place under tho Irrim, which should turn up a little at the back. This will be found a very Next to Richmond National Bank on becoming and dainty hat Slain St. Telephone 51. - t 'i n Prompt Delivery. Douglas & W'3JV S -- SN ifWSi ICnOSS ST. lOtltS, TOE Mr3. W. C. Young, wife of the Pres-ide- n. of Center College, died in New Smith. r )' 11 Mi TTORNEY--A T LA IP, Kentucky si. . York Thursday. W oereer Mnin .t:ilr- - Will practice io all the courts uf and ailfriaUxaaaBUa-iHrnCetirt o l and Sooml streets ...u Go W 11 111 Time Table No. 24, In Effect Maj' 12, 1895. III MI EI u n e I CJUl BXJUaU. 1ST CLASS. Xo. Ex A. W. K.SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW RuiMwc. Ruhmond, 'ff.. in I'olliM - Kentucky. 3- - IBSffiJI i'. J ' f !; F BURNING OF EAST ST. LOUIS-VI- EW FROM 6T. LOUIS SIDE OF RIVER. fm'wW'f0 "IS (4 f"II .''... SkS fc and See,,, the TWo J's, Jod?$ & Jerri). READY TO Sa M. 1. 2ND CLASS. No. 3. No. 9. No. 1. Ex San Ex Stn Ex Ssst. r. St. A. M. S Nichoft5ve Valley View Richmoa4 Uihcc ... VersaWe- s- ntt 00 rt 7 US 3itmoa Motxriy lnrine. Panola .. Mi 31 7 Jl S S3 3J is J5 A. ' M M 5S IIM ta30p iz X j BrassfteW. ,.., ... re n 12 15 b 44 46 S 30 n,. in ,T- - t i . r. & I). M. tt OUKNADLT, x 3 a F. M. a. , ... A. w-- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, WEST BOUND Ex SSXTSkie SbEx Sa Ex Sa Ex Sm KoTJI M. . Ruhmoku, ("See - - Kentucky. ? Jl3!s-K- "y on SecetHl street, ever 'OwmuU's gro- - feglrllppM' vI, jtH ,lir!Ez Si 1T t taalll li UUi Jail 4 It I rfr -" - - ; 3- - IV. If ili MWtKMS ja- 5'j1 PPLYTI ETRAf 1 1 H Irrae... Paaota BrassfieH Moberly ll-i- w- . A. r. t. 2 i 3a M F.M. 3 40 4 4 40 jg .iSintirt'y wvIWl ite. CITY MORGUE, ST. LOUIS TOO 8MALL TO HOLI) TOE BEAD-OWc-- V ft XXffl vro Ttoes6erald. 2 10 6 05 6 20 6 34 6 7 50 STEPHEN D. PAJIRISH, KlCHV . RKhmoBd . Oar factory on Laurel Street in Rich- Millkm "is now running, and we are Valley View mond prepared to fill orders for twist of the KichobsviHe VersaiUes. 3 00 3 13 15 2 l 230 4 .. eo- t. J J5 .T. 4 5; i 33 2C F. M. ...... . e 3 w ,, TTORNEY AT LA W. Kentucky. il A BK-T2t- l't.-.t-- '!...,, IW.. i, kc Caveats, Trade Marks, DicM, Etc. y rt a to of MYCwtkw Free of l,f! ln i,vu;hra patrat. I uMir.-,'c- d Moderate term. 46- write me IB 'Mi ' - ? Utt Urfi?J?g6SSivM1 1 Mlf" 2 -- 7.fc SSi!ilf4a . 1U IJir 2 2" chants. Mh m. -j A. M. -- 01 Hictaft; vuy " ui' aa H, n Jack- 1 i 7 II M . A. - . F. St. .VersaWM - Trains Trains VK;iCBMi 'KusviHe M Hy. - "Pair i DR. II. R. GIBSON, 7 V!CIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. the Joe Cokes im'Aiiuf, Richmond. !?.. Mr- 111 ... :"V8 jKZHKar.-- jM. fllSdHt V1I!. ' -,.- ''-i-"- ' ' -- " .. ' - S i I - el, oer Wmi kw it and 30 Sec-- ; 7- - (HAS. HOOKER, I fSP Tr I v---..v. , AVi-J- ' . : 1 ' ' " ;" fv. " N V - ?' "fcM,ifrSv, wfrmMtw' . jlSlSfla "a?F sVWriJJ rV WTM sBriBWSH '?5lSi VtP JX J-tRM m l . )M$l (Vnl S$AH ..s; , g w besrinq harvester. company's ware. HOUSE, ST. LOUIS.-hic- ago a a 5 ...i JkfeffS. jffi?iISA 4. a. Tribune. Sr -- Brands, three gradee. We can save you money. Send na a trial order; you will Espebe glad with our products. cially pleased to hear from country mer- All trains coaaect wiek SaaVstana aad from Louisville, aad wkk Am C. X. ( r. 10 ail trom Oaomsati. You can smh1 five boors ia Loaianltt, akaat aixt nvurs in MiciaaaHi or 12 oav la return to F.ichaioad at 300. m. ror iBroag". rates aau otner an v ticket or address aet sms fe RUISS OF THE EAST 8T. LOUIS WAREHOUSE jl White Ross, Richmond, Ky. lnk L. & JN. E. E. K. 0. DIVISION. In Effect March LV. of Mccormick harvesting machini CCPANY.-Chlo- sgo Tribune. . Who can of some simple tbtcx to ratcnt? t sw Kvrlvs v wrtn f,ilt)i Protect your Ideas Write, JOlUN WEDDEKBDRS A CO Patent Attor- cj. Wasblngtdo. D. C for their t USX) prize oOer and list of two htnulred lsTentlons wanted. Wanted-f- in Idea rt 1, 186J. S Jk a. r. ETERINARY SURGEON, Gi.uUmU Ontario Veterinary CeUtge. :rrinry : M. . Dentistry and Steriiity a Specialty. stain over New York Store, corset C-no Kir-- t streets. Kkbmood r ip tz fllcobol Cure! .. t 11. iili.-1 C. o MctliciiM; sun! Surgery. i. .1 JASPER, M. U UroHdway. ----- liliiiiH rtiiilint:, MainStreet. ne at (the Ctirr j:fcce) on i 's-wm- utfJggA'SJr:f:Ir itZSz su WJ(WJMM'a ..ttt2fi53W5r!B WteEp&v&3ffip 4Sl!H.FaVg! $3mWz2mfcM 4Air;a V9 Bfe.l,' S i F 'l rll isr Cart b ST. MARrs " church, r" st. louis. east P' J';v8n VVV40H lys &&Z7.M ?L tai aritlioUt tl j . vnvnc3i-- , -i . -- . t J.J.-t-a--t.-- -- fl X? 8 ; Has Never Failed When Dibec- tions aee Followed. Address ggiC-onsultatio- J- Kicn- - r mail. Cincinnati, Paris, ilays- P. M. ville, Winchester and 2.06 Lexington mail. Livingston, Loudon, Jei- 1.10 hco, Pinevilie. Fast line for Livinestoti, 11.43 London, J eilicOjKuoxviUsjl A. M. Fast line for CincinntiJ 3.19. fans, V) inenestttr. p. jr. Rowland, Lancaster aadi 6J30 NORTH BOUND. Express for Cincinnati, raris, ilaysville, Vm- Chester and Lexington ABV p. M. 7.1S 1.66 12 56 A. Sit jf. Ik UM-t- , Kkxtwky - UK II. II. ROBERTS I t.'s - - - - Kentucky ' $- - tajroiDtw: Corner Duncan Avoimcand I'lettsaut Street, Paris, Ky. PaT Uliee iloura: 8 to 10 a. ui., 1 to 4 p. iu., 7 to S p. in. -- t X t- - . K'ik, Eak, Kosk, iagir:sta3r;n .MdWTM' jJEI-PU- &mS2&tsm&mm3mms JtmMtimdm&r .tiA3aee?iseasissaisfts5 ,. iMLyetfflm' ..ttffr iiWEmvm,,M " Q'SfP i -- 35i'. lV BSt'rmi ww?s& c . irfrsti -- i . w 4M icideaae m. m rsa 'lia ws me& m TrAYatfffismffiisiiiiiBh iem KasUHer7KJ. Kli " asmmubs,! WmW:TMfflM& r IVMHiftWII sftmiasK.flit '9 JHlEfa && 'Avwrjr;qdz'i7J rrx&i Tv"v ft 1J5 Stanford. P. M. 1L4 A. X. n 7 ?!7i VJ& I B Lour after 4 p. in. P. M 7:23 Rowland, Lancaster amb P. Stanford, mm M. ' 1 - BROUGHT OUT OF THE DEBRIS. ..8l'IX-I.U.TlRS.- .. m' "a- - & Will 43-Tj- .Call ox Yon if Yob Desire It.; 8Out-goin- g PI 1ll 3 &SSSS SSSSSJSSSS Thiwat anu Stomach DESTRUCTION WROUGHT IN LAFAYETTE PARK, ST. LOUIS. Chicago Ilocord. s jTA mS ! If fS DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ItiniMONi), Kentucky. Office in Smith Building, No. 24 Main Street, nt stairs. Office hours 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. ... f)L lift DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Ur.iiMONn, fl-rai- W ij JIB ;i rtfeft 5T3P "nSffill'Slillm tfT.P---4SlSJ- fe 1 1 iKPIIiFijfirn 3iMMSy!isgrWii, 4.x - Kentucky HE'.S? .yln'll BP1 iaLiagirtes ' i FrAr'&-- AM$ COMMERCIAL ALLEY, SOUTH FROM OLIVE STREET. ST.LOU.S.-Chlcago0hro- nlcle. n - aHiAIHSSFABUSlHESSHjKISEtHHlCKWY S'g JpsiB i- M-- i trains connect at Paws with Lexington, Frankfort, Cmciawrti, Maysville and intervening poiate. g trains connect at Wmchk-te- r with Lexiugton and points was,. and Mt. Sterling and points east. g trains connect at Livings. ton with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville, Louisville and intervening points. g trains connect at Rowland If you want the best Washing Ma- (near tanford) with Cambetktad Gap, chine that fa made, one that a child KnoxVille, Louisville and' intervening points. can operate, call on, or address, i? lrainsuo not stop wnere no time is specified. Cuas. Waller, For additional information, inquire of Richmond, Ky. K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or ef other agents. is?A(ents wanted. O'nt-goin- Soiiie! Ont-goin- G'lml Sf Out-goin- .. w Lt ISIIIIa-llllff- i IT TICKLES YOU THE INSTANT RELIEF YCO CET FS0H ,mR 'A Telephone at office and residence. U. W. EVANS, M. D., Kentucky Richmond. liavinc retired from the practice of medicine severs! years ago, for reasuAC bet known to my ic'f I afaiu oCcz n,v professional services to the I : pi; of Ki. bond ana .lisi'y. l'crcom desir ir . niy services wul'snd ciy odice nrsr usor nwrtii cf the residence of N. Ii 'Dcttherageon Second .... ITNING . IT DROPS. CcEc. Cramps, Diarrhcea. CURES Morbas.Kausea, Changes strcit - JS5maas--a r LOOKING NORTHEAST NOW.-Chi- caeo ON TWELFTH 8THEET, ST. LOUIS. Times-nural- d. W S&Egg2a S DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond, Office arid residence THE REAR OF THE ST. LOUIS CITY HOSPITAL'AS .T LOOKS Chronicle, "fe. "'M'g'Ml,M,!M'a,'BMwg"'",ME!"aa'B"'"''MM'a''m,."'m''mmM'mm"' THE CYCLONE'S DESTRUCTIVE- Btructivenetss to which that of the wild- on Third Street. NESS. est hurricane is hardly comparable. It is not yet possible to explain how DENTAL StTBGEBY. The investigation of Friday roado it ap- - such a storm could have passed through DR. A. WILKES SMITH, yarent that the number of persons killed z great and crowded city like St. Louis in the St. Louis cyclone is; not less than without killing thousands instead of hun- DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky 400 while the direct Josses of property dreds. Hqw, for instance, conld a large Richmond, will reach 20.000,000, When it ia re- building like the City Hospital, crowded that thij loss was inflicted with patients, have been wrecked withbtuhK-- c;, Mam Street. Office membered OrriCK Smith hour , itmill.; ceo to 4 1. M. within the space of a few minutes it is out the losti of a single life? How could tite iumted to ecatistrv. possible to gain some idea of the enor- roof after mof have teen lifted off and J. A,VATES. mous power of the storm which innicUtl wall after wall have been taken out in jc ogan. cases wherti no lives were lost at all? it. M ORGAN & YATES, According to the local usages of the The fact that no satisfactory answer DE&TISTS- ,-'cyclone belt'' and according to the deri- - can be givtn to the question s!iowh how fllCI'MilVD, Kkktuckv,; ration of the word, the storm, which in little we know' of the cyclone. It has to wreck a subatan- Jjthe official vernacular of ihe' Signal Ser- been knowli Ores Main Street, oveV Maditoa Xationa! vice was a "tornado," was nuquestiona-- ; Eaa'; tia! brick Ibnilding on one side of thu blya true cyclone, and whenever the" street and leave frame liuildincs ou the I. L. HARBrS, M. D., D. D. S word "cyclone" is telegraphed from the other unharmed. It wnirerineutly take R'CHMON-D- . Kentwcky.4 West it describes atojm of '.this charac- - out a side r front vail fiom.n dwelling, jnside ter, a vortex or malilfJromof opposing leaving fncbiture and Vc a and briflre-- " 'orfc a stc Ity . Office mid rapidly whirling currents, charged jn. their nnal order It'seeras tj rise over Aiuuct v itice. Mala itrcct CC -- ours 9 uuu -n, uuuuuiuk u iz D- -1 to 4 p. a. iuiu IV2J wiiu uiecLncitv iuiu . - .1 . i- H ... doing its worst destruction by Boineiningf ltbiAJAUi. whollylifleren't from the ordinary power REST. of the wind. St. Louis is a city of half a million peo Much difference of opinion exists as to ple, and this cyclone parsed through the cause of bent knees in horses. One some of its most thickly populnted quar- eminent authority thinks it almost inhurri variably du'eto corns or other cliseases of ters. Had any etraight-Dfowiti- g cane possessed Euch tremendous power the hind portion of tho foot,-- which in accompanying its steady sweep, its path duces the animal to ease his heels. The through the parts of St. Louis visited by back teudoiiB are thereby relieved, and .tbw cyclone would probably have been contraction of the back tendons follow , through disuse. Prof- - Almond atii remarked by 50,000 dead instead of fortunately no hurricane ever has cent meeting of vetennrinris in London, such power. It resides 'n thtf cyclone expressedii different view Ilia experiand in the cyclone only. ence leads him to conclude that, one of The Signal Service, ouglit 'to set- - fo UiMno&t common causes pf bent knees work collecting the dat'i wbudi wflreifa Lin young horseri is Ufeir'bcingtied up iu bleitto explain not only the origin of stab's1 wlire the front of ihe staniliog cyclones but theif. entire history. No ground i higlierthan the pack.: Ho be other wcrk,.it can do is of gcentcr Imr lieves there is no more prolific spurce of portanee.t6"icience.or to tlte ojfahtrjv tho mischief than tho constrained en- New York --World, dwivor of rtlte hoTse tn maintuin Uapo- fiiuon v nigti in irout. it a-- norae , 6uoict, t . , , , . s Subscribe .for ii-uo- i ;ii io;i(CU couuiu'jus wp h .' o mi. ...-:-.I-J3 dt ' I , 500-But- ""MaeMmmaaMaM mii m iwniiiiijijaailiuaxw ....... tiuiUjiiJV4iNia will ........,,, ,....i IS5 SiilBi-S w i&arzz&ssi&zs MlC,')"'--r nZa-tWW- ttl'M XVmyi3Xt l!35r?P lbB 5 Sf J3i-- fc U i f ilv . IIT -- 4..V- 7 -- !CENE AT MAIN AND PINE 8TREETS, ST. LOHIS. ChicaKo Chronicle. 5s- i". tP--5 . -' y--r- "Vi' - -- r : 7 s;ss3sssati'i r 'l J iVgraaa-Jw--"rl 3 Z2lV ... . MWtUa WiMislllllliMgfr A iiri . no Htilet. Na ny. Se- t- Eterywbere at ZSc and sec fer bon-efioia Ue conulas tw o and one ball taa as aaeb as 25e tetui. fft MM SPRINQnELD, . 4 - ,) HERB JHEDICINH CO. JviVgp 'Smells Good, Tastes Good, does Good J 1W 44 T.l,t !,- - Flax. Cholera of Water, etc. Cuts. Durnv Braises. Scratches, Bites of H EALS Animals. Serpents. Bogs, etc BREAKS U P BaJ Colds. to Grippe, Croup, Sore Throat, etc .14 every time. O. r1' ' " ' Al'jlCflin .J " nVBSSS i HP fr.'.if.F I wrriTVTTwiiviTnv ,t J ' ''' 'J' WH CHtSTS-- T STREETS, ST. LOWS. Madison Monniiieiital Works. MASUPACTURKR AND DEALER IX 'kf would invariably turn around and place its fore feet on the lowest part of the ground. It is a matter of common obser.' vation that horses standing at ease in a sloping Hold always do so facing downward. Prof. Almoud is convinced from horse should never his experience-thatbe compelled to'staml for any length of time higher in front than behind Stoijk Farm. a quitlity "are ready Bale at fair prices,while infjirior etock ia dull sale at low figures-Tbijradvance in will be yalaea before the fall trade opens up; and j e ed Fflnign Tombs, - ui - Amencu - MuUa. GRANITE MONOHENTSi - J nojidvantage in holding horsse that ar retuyior tho market;, unlew one visliM to leetl them until the first.ol September. Exjlressers and lieavy drafts f 7o to $175 110) to J400Wr'Cbunks-.-....- .J 50'to 85 Colshersand fafetTboTsea- 80 to 230'. ') tr. ei! nAAtt, itp'wswiL-eeq niinary drivrf $S a CHICAGO prices are far swuad bora-fi- v. Th j?i J. Serry & Co., TJ. S. Yards, report to igfitYeari.il, ?tdLbrokOTBiil in ?5H!UHSl!pBw2LJat vCv Ifieahr Ofeoami, plain, Uemishwi yA no perceptiable change in the market' &ffEiifhv nBBzV rtwAaeUatftd-Koun- t. ng the ten days, 'ine dullness and dur iH rade cotnmot to the summer moHtke .50,-w t e marked faatr. Of the market, at Jiui yffenjft, aWri'-1aamt-. 'r ,.! .. ,.IO ' oThorew otjnotf pp uU AlliJlustw bo. tJC HORSE-MARKET. MD Tablets Headstokks, TJrn-s- , , Etc FINE WORg A SPECIALTY Statuab-y- a4 . gjSf Your Trade Sollcited.r Work delivered to any part of State. g$T Write for Designs. Prices. GEO. 0. "InitrTr-riSjv3- "- m tlif nnS ..a3S 'mmmmv,. TjSc, c :rfc .- itmdm "TSr pr P r rXJFTFropriefor. aail li vii 9uai. -, r , ' c tSr ' - 5? vjf l t - -- it It c 1 1 s, i! iU S"5 . il 1 -- . 3 i- . s - ' "'' & . Kfc-- . y ' "SLmk trf Tl .. W';: -- -' "!SkSuBjdf JTyf ' 'Siiw''wK:.- " v.i Mjk '':sJ " Jl "K" "' . ' : " . i a ', " .;. ?B ' '. 'fl'j.ilJji '.';.,??!W-., - ...MK.aJi.. ."'"'(J- - "S ?:?2f5 -.,- 3!4li , i k? &- rSJ - THE CLIMAX. H. IK BENCH TIPTCN, D. P. ARMER, F1UI31KS IN TMK CASE. .... - Tho Denver NewB Editor. Manager. is the free-silve- r or-- .gan of w PUBLISHED EVZRY WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing PRICE PKR YEAR, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10. CANDIDATES Go. the West. It is in favor of the free End unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of .16 tol, independent of all other countries. Subjoined is an editorial from tho News of last Tuesday, but taking the most hopeful view of the western Democratic journal, we fail 10 extract any consolation from it. We are for the nominee whoever he may be, but there is no reason why we should not take a cool, sensible view of the situation. The News concedes to McKin-le- y 172 electorial votes, and claims for the Democratic nominee only 148, so far as certainties are concerned. This gives McKinley an advantage of 24 votes. The Democrat must go into "normally Republican" states to find the 24 votes he is short in the above count Then he mut get one more vote from that Republican source for a majority. .More 91.50. 1896. - - ANNOUNCEMENT-FOCONGUESSS. Jonx S Owsley, of Lincoln connty, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the Sth District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Tkyob Fobee, of Shelby connty, is a candidate for Congress, to represent tli Sth district, subject to the action of the Democratic party. than that he must divide the remaining 102 votes with McKinley, which you FOE JUDGE OF THE COURT OF ArrEALS. should not forget are Republican votes Judge W S. Pbyok, of Henry county, is And again has it occurred to the news a candidate for of the office of that Kentucky went considerably ReJudge of the Court of Appeals, from this publican last November, and that thereDistrict, subject to the action of the Dem- fore it is entitled to some doubt To say nothing of Tennessee, Alabama and ocratic party. Missouri, we must confess that the scene Congress has adjourned, having done io a gloomy one, as presented by one of little. the most intelligent Democratic papers in the union,. warmly in sympathy with Congress passed the River and Har- the silver movement and that the conbor bill over the President's veto. solation therein is too meager to be discerned. Under the headline, "Facts," the Silver carried Georgia and News says: Crisp was nominated for TJ. S. Senator. ,JIf the Democratic convention nominates a silver man forpresident these are A tiioueaxd Dervishes were slain by which it may the Egyptians afFirket, Egypt, Sunday. the Southern electoral votes reasonably expect to get for him: S North Carolina. 11 Arkansas d A Eeitbucan House killed the -- ...11 South Carolina...... 9 Alabama biH passed by a Democratic Senate. anti-bon- Florida- The Denver News is now of opinion St. Louis convention insisted. Georgia - that Silver Republicans may ballot the Louisiana Kentucky 4 Tennessee 13 13 Virginia S 12 West Virginia ......12 6 if a gold plank is Mississippi Missouri 9 17 Kansas insists on being an addity it endorsed Cleveland and adopted a plank at its Democratic convention last week. free-silve- Boies and Stevenson are mentioned for president by Northern and Eastern silver men, and Toller by Western silver men, and Blackburn, by Kentucky silver men. Silver men are elated at the wonderful success of the Populists in Oregon, the State going practically against the PeDublicans, except the Legislature, heretofore having been solidly RejHibli- can. At Michigan City, Ind., Republican convention last Friday, Judge 5. Cruni-pack- er was nominated for Congress by a majority of .10 of one vote, or the narrowest margin, perhaps, ever know n in any convention. If the free silver Republicans withdraw from the St. Louis Convention nn account of a sound money platform, will the sound uiouey Democrats withdraw from the Chicago Convention on account of a free-silvplatform? er Who will have the nerve to say that Gen. Grant did not unerstand the Democratic" party, and what greater evidence of the fact is necessary than his famous remark that you can always depend iiKMi the Democratic party to do some d d fool thing at the right time" ? WHEHE WAS YYUODSOX? . lv .Tfl?"tKihning of the freilver Editor Urey Woodson, of Ow ens boro, hfte labored faithfully and effectively At Ltjxiugton he was decidedly an unknown quantity while several follows got plums. This is base in gratitude. fifcht. HUDGKS FOK CONGRESS. ur - Col. John 0. Hodges, editor of the Lexington Observor, ex Stale Senator Lc., is a candidate for Congress, subject to the action of his friends He is not inclined to give Hon. C. J. Bronston a clear track. Col. Breckinridge is also a candidate. Let "the w oods with music ring." -free-bilver IX THE LINE OF HIS PROFESSION. m w.. v E Hon A. R- - Burnam has been practicing law for twenty seven years. He has a lucrative practice, nine-tentof which comes from Democratic sources. He is a lawyer of ability and not a politician. He has no taste for politics. He AVOID THE DANGER. has never been a candidate for a political office. When appointed collector of As one danger of the cause of silver Internal Revenue, he scarcely asked for it. He is a candifiate forjudge of the lessens another looms upon the horizon Court of Appeals, because it is in the and produces uneasiness in the mind of silver's truest friends. line of of his profession. With the growth of certainty that silver men will control the Chicago conven"A FARMERS' MOVEMENT." tion, many delegates to that body are beA Madison man tells us that the concoming indifferent to everything but vention at Lexington last Wednesday their own personal fortunes, which they was "a farmers' movement;" that it was imagine are dependent upon the success made up of farmers. We are obliged to of some particular candidate whose amthe gentleman for the information. bition they are pushing. From the evidence we had, there was They suppose that all the Democratic every reason to believe it was a lawyers' convention has to do to gain success is to .movement. The temporary chairman, insert a free silver plank in the platform the permanent chairman, the delegate-n- t and place their choice for president over large, the electors, the gentleman en- it. Thev are good silver men, are sindorsed for President, the delegates from cere enough in their views, but they are the Sth District, elector at large and oth- short-sighte- d politically, and know little ers "too tedious to mention" are all law- or nothing of 'the human nature that is yers. If a farmer got any taste of pie we involved in the controversy. have failed to hear of it. Preparations are rapidly going on for a new alignment of parties. There will W. C P. TALLS SENSE I be Republican and Democratic tickets During the State Democratic Conven- in the field, but several million Demotion at Lexington, last week, W. C. P. crats and Republicans who voted their Breckinridge entered the hall and at party tickets four years ago won't do so once a great shout went up for a speech. this year and this will happen whosoA correspondent says : ever platforms and candidates may be Col. Breckinridge began by saying that adopted. It is to be a year of political it had been many years since he first ad- revolts and party convulsions, and dressed a Democratic State Convention though silver may carry the Democratic in Kentucky. He understood that the party, its leadership and strategy may be Cghtof the present was one to a finish, so faulty that the advantage of adopting but helelieved that the persevation of silver will be lost and theparty go down tho Democratic party now was as im- to ignominious defeat at the elections. portant as was the preservation of natioUpon the hypothesis that silver will nal honor then. He said that his servi- carry the convention, one of two things ces were at the command of the Demo- will happen : The administration' men cratic party now when it needed his will split the convention and put up a Democratic ticket, or they will as inuch as they were when the party did not need him He believed return home resolved to vote and do all the present need was rest; rest from un- they can for the Republican ticket This certainty; rest from uncertain commer- means no possibility whatever of carry-iog-jucial and currency conditions. He said of the Northern states except that the present currency system was Indiana by the votes of which with the good enough, and could be regulated solid South Tinden and Cleveland "were when confidence was restored. The sil- elected, and the disaffection'of thousands ver crowd was respectful, but very cold, and thousands of Democrats from the and when he appologized for saying soi party ticket in every state of the union. ruach even free Bilveritea yelled "Go on!" It is estimated that in Indiana there are 25,000 unswerving goldbusj Democrat, Slop Cattle Said. in Ohio not far from 60,000, in Illinois at Embry & Poor, who have been slop- least the same number, in Kansas 15,000 ping about 500 head of cattle at Curley's and in Nebraska 20,000 These Demodistillery, have sold them to Lphmnn crats are not only gold men, but they Jlros., of Boston, at 3.65 per hundred I will not, under aay circumstances, vote and one car load bulls at 2Jc. Will de--! for a silver Democrat for president They liter samo this week. The. entire lot will vote the Republican ticket as the will bring in the neighborhood of $20,- - Ixssfc meansof overcoming wht, to them, nnn TtiatTTiiTUi Journal, wWld raia the , ai sflveOlanaliw" hs ser-vicd iy 148 Total The total number of votes in the electoral college will be 447, of which 148 is considerably less than a majority 76 less. Where are those 76 votes to be obtained ? Where must theybe obtained ? Of the 148 counted above for silver there may even be some doubt as to carrying West Virginia, but the chances being in favor of free coinage its votes may be calculated upon here. Deducting the 14S there remain 299 to be accounted for. Presuming that McKinley will be nominated by the Republicans, it is pretty certain that he will carry these states: 30 0 New York- Connetticut 3 Ohio --23 Deleware 32 0 Pennsylvania .. Maine S Rhode Island 4 Marvland 4 Massachusetts ....15 Vermont 9 Wisconsin..... .12 Minnesota New Hampshire. 4 10, Total 172 New Jereev Deducting these 172 from 299 there remain 127 votes out of which tho Democratic candidate must secure his 76 votes. If McKinley can get 52 of them he will be elected. Here are the states which cast these 127 votes: 3 9 Nevada California 3 4 North Dakota Colorado 3' jOregon 4 Idaho 24! South Dakota 4 Illinois 15 Utah 3 Indiana 4 10, Washington Kanfias 3 14 Wyoming Michigan & Montana 127 10 Total Iowa S Nebraska Assuming as we have done arid as it is prudent should be done that McKinley can carry Delfoure and Maryland, if he can "1 Lightn?'B Indiana and Iowa, or "fiifirL pollw-df.and Michigan or any one of several othef coa&inalions ap-- J parent in the table, he will be elected, and silver men might as well face the truth that The Central states are very doubtful. There is no political common sense in the Democracy faucying that all it has to do is to nominate a free coinage candidate and march triumphantly to ictory. It will need help and'plenty of help from outeido its own ranks, and if it wants to win it must take the right course to secure that help. In the list of Northern and Western states from which the 76 otes to be added to the 148 of the South must be obtained, all but one or two arc very normally Republican in a presidential year. They must be swung out of the party line. Which of the old time Democratic leaders splendid silver men though he might be can he safely believed able to-accomplish this feat? The man who can do it must be one in whom the South has confidence, yet whom all free coinage men, however bitterly partisan they may have been in the past, will be ready to trust and to vote for." a coaalry to .cheapen the dollar ed inflate . the currency, j , Let It be gratied ibat any sitf e will carry the iolid South, excit and Maryland. Even then, out of Northern stated possible, from twelve to sixteen must bi carried to elect a president. What States are they? California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, the North and South Dakotas, Nevada, Wyoming, Utah. Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and Indiana. Every olio of these are Republican states nnleia exceptional' conditions prevail. Evety one of them would probably go Republican, save Colorado and Nevada, unless the votes of Admin istration Democrats are offset by thos of disaffected Republicans and Populists, and then it wosld require as many more votes for the Democratic ticket, to make it n probable winner. It might as well "be recognized that McKinley is tlie very strongest nominee the Republicanscan select On account of hard times, "protection" will have wonderful awakening powers among tho everywhere, and McKinley'B early votes for silver and later reticence about it will be worked with wonderful effect upon silver Republicans to keep them in line, and upon unthinking farmers and factory hands to win them over to the "protection" idea. Consideration of these matters must convince even silver Democrats that their nominee) should be such as to win several million Populists and Republicans to their support; for unless thej' are, the Democratic ticket will be beaten. Will any Democrat prove a winner simply because he favors silver? Will one who, until the sweep of the silyer wave carried him to silver's shores, was wavering, carry their strength? Will a Democrat obnoxious to both Populists and silver Republicans draw them to him simply because be "Etauds upon a silver plank? If tho Democratic convention shall, ignoring the feelings and desires of the millions which must be won to make the success of its ticket possible, nominate men simply because the' have been Democrats in the past and are right on silver now, they will discover their mistake when It is too late and mourn in the ashes of defeat. This year, above all others, wise mod eration should mark the councils of the silver Democracy. What it will do at Chicago and how it will do it, will in all human probability decide the fate of financial reform. Denver News. Ki::srjK3Karj;w'jm!m.3,ai r Vpei Dele-war- i tM .CORRESPONDENCE.. EDENTON. I Health All Gone Unequal to Family Duties-- No "Mi TrmUe i As compsscd tb tud!" VENTION Safest Slace During a Storm is in the House, Where There It No Draft. Appetite Hood's Sarsnparllla Gave Strength and Courage to Work. "Iwasinsachcondltlonlcould not walk oven about the house to attend to house hold duties and care for my children and family. I did not have tha strengthof a child. I was treated physicians, who pronounced my tremble Scrofula and Foraalo Weakness. I could eat only a slice ot bread and drink a cap ot tea, thxco tiroes a day. Some Xn. John IIase times I could stand u soft boiled egg Oran,N.Y. tor dinner. I became reduced to skin and bones; at lost tbey had to draw me nbojjt the house seated in a rocking chair. 1 was In a terrible state when my husband, having noticed advertisements of Hood's DEMOCRATIC ST ATE CON SONG, LEXINGTON, KY., JUNE 3, '96. Mrs. Octave Taylor has sold her farm to Jarnsa l'umpbrey4ini is going Ur Jes. samine county. Win. Snydenand Pendleton Cobb went to Camp Nelson to attend Decoration Day and on their returnjtlieir horsu became frightenediBnd ran away just on the Jessamine side. 'He ran futo .the liver with Use bngjjy and swam aioss. The boys were loft standing on 'the bank. ' Corn crops are looking very well. The oat Crop is very short. Wheat about a half crop. , " Born, to the wife of George W. Chandler, a girl. The heirs of Alexander Warren will divide up their land in a few days. William Smith has huilta fine barn on his farm. 11 t BEUKA, Cherries are ripe, juicy and plentiful and many a small boy will be calling for medicine to cure his paiiib. The birds are also busy presenting their bills and will draw-- much of the fruit from the limbs. Mulberries have also been plentiful and the nimble squirrel jumpH from limb to limb, making much good use of his time, not stopping to think of free silver or sound money ; a good example H ood's ma BarEaperilla, 8arsa- - upon me to give it gy trial. Alter taking one bottle I received sufficient bencflt to know that I had at Inat found tho right medicine. I have now token several bot-Uand am able to Attend My Housowork. In tact, I am on my feet about all day, and can go up stairs easily. I cannot say enough In praise of Ilood's Sorsaparilla." Mna. John IIase, Box 92, Oran, N. Y. nrged cures lQ$S& ea eflco-11UU- purtlla BENEFITS OF THE BATH. Its Hygienic Value and Physical Pleasure Told by Dr. Edsm. Mr. J. C Sharp will remove his sawmill from the Bishop place near Kingston to within one mile of Berea near Johnson's shop and Silver Creek, this week. An old fashioned Baptist "foot washing' meeting was held nt the Davis school house Sunday. The services were very interesting to those-whnever witnessed the rite performed before. One of our good, honest blacksmiths has given his opinion of a snre remedy for the hard times. He says everybody will have to get down to hard work ; take hold of the plow handle, and spin WESTERN TRADE THROUGH their own flax as of old ; wear plain SOUTHERN PORTS. clothes and put on less style; then, he says, the world will blossom as a rose; Another notable evidence of the gen- peace, plenty and prosperity will spread eral upbuilding of the South is tho trcud her white wings over us and we will all of the Western trade through Southern be happy again. porta to Europe. During the last nine tXt months New Orleans has exported PANOLA. bushels of corn, against 2,000,000 Fanners are having to hustle on acbushels for the corresponding time of the count of grass and weeds which the freprevious year. New Orleans, by the quent showers cause to grow rapidly in wiy. will shortly be in advanco in some the corn field. respects of every city in the world in its The wet weather is a considerable 6aipping facilities. Just below the city a new shipping bother to the tan bark men. Bro. Caldwell preached an interesting point has been established, wliereS2,000,-00- 0 or $3,030,000 has been invested in serrrou on "Inspiraton of the Hew Tesbuilding a grain elevator, cotton ware- tament" at Speedwell Sunday. lie will houses, tour of the most powerful cotton visit his parents at Excelsior Springs compresses in the world and docks and Mo., soon and his pulpit will be filled "by piers for steamship purposes, At this another, first Lord's Day in July. port wharfegeis is entirely free, thus ofOur popular manipulator of the wires fering great attractions to steamships, H. R. Smith, is taking a few- - days vacaA belt railroad owned by the the same tion, and Mr. Winkler, of Wyatsville stacompany connects with all railroads en- tion, is filling his place. tering New Orleans, and freight trains Perry Coyle, of Estill, made a trip to deslineefor that point are dandled as Valley View last week. soon as thoy strik the belt railroad with The many friends of Mrs. Belle Ray-bur- n compressed air locomotives, thus avoidare rejoiced to learn that she is ing the danger of fire w ith locomotives much improved in health. running in and out between cotton wareDr James is getting along nicely with house. his new petroleum well. Tboold wrangle at the school election IMMIGRATION ACTIVE. is dead, there being only one candidate The immigration movement into the SaturdayA. Brock, and very few out South is eitremely active, and plans are Preaching at the Baptist church next maturing, for consideable colonization Sunday at H. exterprizQj, in addition to those already in operation, including tho "bringing of German and Scandinavian seltlent as W Mrs Blake, John well as oi North and Western people. Barber, J Mary Broaddus Along thti Feorgia and Alabama railCare, Fallie Crrwford, Annie road, which is largely owned in Balti- Collins, Andrew Corrins, Will . more, there are some half dozen coloni- Collins, James (reg) zation undertakings, in addition to the Flora,-- D A " i. "Green, Ada Fitzgerald Crand army movement which Green, C B o for-gott- "The hygienic value of the bath to people in oidinary good health is very greatly increased by a most vigorous rubbing," writes Dr. Cyrus Edson in discussing "When find How to Bathe," in the June Ladies' Home Journal "With the flesh brushes and gloves, the rough Turkish towels and oilier appliances one of the most valuable is the narrow band of, toweling this can be administered ,villi the greatest ease, and it should always be thorough in fact, it is difficult to overdo. Its effect is to stimulate the reaction from the bath, and bring the vessels and nerves of the skin into a healthy, vigorous condition. One of the most valuable baths to those in whom the organs of the lower part of the trunk are weak is the hip bath. In this tho bather is seated in the hath, and the water covers the body as high as the waist. If the water be cold, that is, if we desire to stimulate the organs by theshock, a towel w et w ith cold water must be folded turban-wisoo- n the head. The duration of the bath is from fifteen to twenty minutes, and its effect iB immediate. The baths excite the vasomotor nerves of the abdominal organs. Their use should be prescribed by a physician. As long as the result of bathing is not to weaken the bather we can practica.lysay a person cannot, when in health, bathe too much. Ihavespoken of the hygienic value of the bath, hut I have said nothing of the physical pleasure to be derived from it. Every one knows the delicious feeling of cleanlr ness, the glow of the skin, and the gen eral sense of robust health which follow a good bath. What is more delightful than the exhiluration of a swim in salt water? These results are a part of tho experience of all, but it must not be that in these very physical pleas ures there if. a distinct hygienic effect." tasteless, mild, 'c for man to follow. UTe. Alldracatsts. 250. Our housekeepers are making all kinds of preparations for the approaching commencement of the college. SHIPPED HORSES TO SWITZERLAND. Rooms are being papered and whitewashed, carpets are being cleaned, furniW. A. Ho;;an, ot Jones county, la., reture is being rubbed up and new dresses, hats and bonnets are being made ready. cently shipped a number of horses to This is the event of the year here and Switzerland, and according to his report all other things are laid aside for the in the Anawosa, "Journal," the venture time. The exercises this time will be of was a success. The horse markets he visited there are at Lucerne and Basil. unusual interest. Our druggist. Mr. A. J. Hanson, than A horse fit for carriage or for saddle sells whom there is no cleverer man in the for $200 and upwards. TLo supply of town, has been Confined to his home for horses is 6hort in Europe. Horses are Land several days very ill. He is reported not bred there as they are here. is valuable ami cultivated for every dol- some better. Llar there is in it by the use of fertilizers Mr.S. E. Welch is on the sick list also. and forciiiR crops by every possible methSlight illness however. od. Horses or cattle are not grazed in Many patridges have recently made paddocks or great pasture fields as we their appearance in pastures near town feed them during the grass season in the and we hope the birds will bo allowed to stable. Besides this, a horse in Germany remain and not be killed off. and Switzerland, or France and Belgium, Mr. Burton has moved into his new for that matter, is not allowed to fool cottage and is fixed up as snug "as a bug away any time. Ho is worked to the in a rug " limit of his strength. Mr Hosan says Mr. C Y. Degman has returned from his firm intends to make another shipment as soon as the horses can be colCovington where lie went to a Declamalected for a cargo. Several horsjes""dieu tory Contest and won great honors Rev. Harry McMurray has returned of colds ou the sea voyage, but in the main they were in excellent condition from a visit to" Louisville when they reached Laucerne. Stock his pulpit here Suudtyy. Farm. The Slate Lick camp meeting has boon four das only. BIG CATTLE SALE IN CHRISTIAN announced for July Several boarders are already encamped COUNTY. on the grounds. A large crowd of young people went Owing to heavy raiu on the morning from here to Malory Springs Saturday. of the sale there were fewer people at School teachers are busy as bees hunt- this great Christian county eyent than ing schools for the fall term. It is the usual, still some four or five hundred folks mostly from the ncigliborhood topic here now. Mitchell Preston had a valuable colt got together and enjoyed the day, after to get its leg broken last week. The ft etopped raining, besides selling their fracture was reduced by Mr. LewisDavis surplus stock at good figures. Of course tho ladies were in evidence with their improving. and the animal d baskets and every one present Haryesris The grain was plentifully provided with good will be light in this neighborhood. things to eat. The live stock offered Mr. E. T. Fish is haying hia residence consisted mostly of cattle, of which this painted. d section furnishes a good class, The chapel is receiving a new coat of up in shorthorn blood. Some Jer?eys paint and will look handsome when done were sold too. Mr. J It Caudle acted as EHhIki Robinson is one of the most auctioneer and sold over 200 head, all popular men in town and cariics his ages, at an aggregate of $4,000. Nearly all the prominent farmers around conhonors well The Masonic Lodge had work in the tributed cattle to the sale and were satissecond degree Saturday and ''passed" fied the prices were the full market value in nearly every instanre. Farmers Home two candidates. flllS are and-occupi- 26, "Electric Btonns are far less dangerous and sung by Jack. Chirm, than tho majority of people imagine," llobert Franllin, Eph LUlard and writes Edward W. Bok in June Ladies' during the memorable: session Home JournaL "That a severe lightning of the Leaiseasvre last etormTis terrifying admits of no question, winter. and will sometimes bring uneasiness to the heart of the strongest man. Butthe Thoy voted loud, they voted long, Oh, Lord, take the children out of real danger is slight The chance of ' lightning striking a house, for example, Pharuah's hand's. . is not one in a million. Particularly is "When Hissein changed his vote. this trae in cities, stmng as most of them Oh, Lord, take the children out-o- f are with electric wires. The greater Pharoah's hands. dangej' from electric storms is in the And Rummins, like a little man, Oh, Lord, take the children out of countiy, and even there the danger may Pharoah's hands. be lessened if the simplest and most comm?)n-sensof precautions are exer Did take a bold and manly stand. Oh, Lord, take the children out of cised. The surest electric conductor is a draught, and if, when a thunder-storPharoah's hands. approaches, it is seen that all windows CII0KU3. and doors liable to occasiou a draught IrailrarTrJIrarJMrasirlUSfrHJBrfflBraiHIrliairTirSE Oh, Lord, there's trouble in the land. t closed, the danger is at once reOh, Lord, there's trouble in the land, lglajgJsgMfS!MiMMfiliMMfJMM duced to! a minimum. If a woman is Lord, there's trouble in the land, Oh, thunder-storthe Oh. Lord, take the children out of Pha- "caugnt" out in a PROM THIS DATE NO MORE GOODS WILL safest shelter is a house; the most roah's liands. a tree, particularly an oak tree It Tliey "lit on" Kaufman "all spread ont," is BE SOLD TO ANY ONE ON a but nevertheless a proven Oh, Lord, take the children ont of fact that the oak is tho most susceptible PJiaroah's hands. of all trees to a curreut of electricity But before they knew what wo were Over fifty per cent, of trees struck by bout, lightning storms during one summer, the Oh, Lord, take tho children out of Government statistician tells us, were Pharoah's hands. oaks, w bile the beech tree was the least James and Walton-wersad of feeling, harmed. Therefore, the worst possible Oli, Lord, take the children out of place of shelter in an electric storm DON'T ASK IT AS IT WILL BE REFUSED. Pharoah's hands- an oak tree, while by all odds, tht For their dear feet were on the ceiling, j safest place is in a house and out of a Oh, Lord, take the children out of j draught. The actual danger Pharoah's hands. (from an electric storm) is, in truth, not CI10KU8. from the lightning nor the thunder, but Poor did rise from out his seat from the nervous condition into which Charged tliis year Yill be due and must be Oh, Lord, take the children out of women allow themselves to fall. And Pharoah hands. this is a danger which they can avoid. A paid And iid: "If Old Joe Blackburn's beat, little calm thought and a few grains of Oh, Lord, take the children out of common sense will do it." Pharoah's hands. GEORGIA WATERMELON CROl It must De by one without guile. Oh, Lord, take the children out of SAFE. 9 9 Pparoah's hand3. And such a horse is not Carlisle." In South Georgia the peach and wa Oh, Lord, take the children out of termelon and pear crops are now sate, Pharoah's hands, and inveitigations show that the peach crop will be the largest ever produced in cuonus. Slate. The aggregate value of the ! shame ! the shame Thrt Sabbath niht to tell, fruit crops of that district for the year is Oh, Lord, take the children out ef being estimated oa high as $7,000,000 or $8,000,000. It is calculated that the Pharoah's hands. fruit and mellon crop of Georgia will We heard the ringing of that bell, Oh, Lord take the children out of furnish from 15,000 to 20,000 carloads of freight to the railroads. Pharoah's bands. 'Twas call "to arms" by tryant scared. AVILL REBUILD THE PENITENOh, Lord, tako the children out of TIARY. Pharoah's hand. Lest tvraut Crcsar'sjatche-icare" OhXord, take the childremout of TLe Sinking Fund Commissioners held Pharoah's hands. a conference this afternoon with the chorus. Jessees of the Edyville penitentiary in Jack Chinn so feared no Brutus favored. Tegard to the difference between the Oh. Lord, take the children out of board and the lessees, growing out of the .'ecent penitentiary fire. About the Pharoah's hands. ft 'mongst soldiers moved only definite conclusion reached was But Sloses-lik- e Oh, Lord, take the children out of that the state would rebuild the burned Q shopK The Commissioners will go to Pharoah'H hand. SSB About the streets with smile he walked, Edyville in ti body next week to ascerOh, Lord take the children out of tain the exact condition of affairs, after whioh another conference with the lesPharoah's hands. P. S....ALL GOODS IN MY HOUSE MUST BE S sees will be held to adjust the other To see Kentucky's Pharoah balked, Frankfort Oh, Lord, take the children out of difforeueo between them. REGARDLESS 0? PRICE FOR CASH ONLY. I Capital. haroah handse are-kep- ijgMjgJijSJa PJm&iL" r dan-gero- e ALL - ACCOUNTS fY TTTT Y All parties owing accounts still unpaid of 1895 not paid by June 10, will bo SUED June 10 without further notice. I igijljjglijl d, yjT JL I f'w JL w I 1 ir ir Uil T D I "TT" JL X f D - 1 well-fille- filrelfljfRr frag? upiu-oaehin- S.-op IgMnj rfgjf m rail EJffraMraMjriin 7aEsrEgna53rrat7i7ii:5;ra& rHianaBftHJBreijBEsnBEUE ipJJ m - j fflE r well-grade- Ilia lifib Ena !fa Journal. GRAIN TO bOUTH AFRICA. Six of the largest steamships in the freight carrying trade will leave this port within a few days for South African desAll of these steamers will tinations. carry cargoes of grain shipped to English consignees at different ports in Cape Colony. The six steamers are the Westmeath, at Dowd's Stores, the Toviotdale, at tho Excelsior Elevator, Atlantic Dock.; the Strathsila, Atlantic Dock; Betouin, North Central Pier, Atlantic Dock; Strathmore, United States Elevator, near Hamilton Ferry, and the Kentigern, Store C, At lantic Dock. The grain is being loaded in bags, a method of shipping grain to South Africa said to be without precedent This is to facilitate the transportation of the gtain inland, it is said. Capt Gordon, of the Teviotdale, said that this extraordinary shipment of grain is rendered necessary by tho .unusuallv dry season that has prevailed in South Africa. N. Y. World. NOT FOR JOE. 5 apl rififl If! THIS SPRING THAN EVER BEFORE. s4. -- sd. &yzs TT Sfii mm Es3 -Jfc-- While the folks with horse sense hold aloof, Ha, ha, ha,, ha, ha, ha Fre"e silverites have opera-bouffHa, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! They say, and it is gravely meant, 1 e, pB Up arg 1s Y , pis S37E mm lip m UraJ jnj ps s wor- BECAUSE WE GIVE NEW GOODS AND AND BEST STOCK IN THIS MARKET BETTER VALUES. LARGEST Joe Blackburn shall be I'rsident; So now putup the circus tent Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, haj Sound money men are not much nil m ried, Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha I They know how a short horse is soon n curried, Hn, ha, ha, ha, h.T, ha ! When Joe gets in the White House door The Atlantic will ba frozen o'er, So folks can walk from shore to shore, Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! Tattler in Louisville Times. DR. PEFFER'S NEW 1JISCOVEKY. NEVKKF.Uf.3. A new, rename and sua forttup. presI, excesfiv, scantyrtuiol pslnft.1 or menttarMloa. Now ued by owr 6 0,00 Iaille. Invigorates these organs, (tc imitation. IP ware ofC3!nnceroaft emnU bo tV ?fcme per box, p&Ier. Gsnt S' eealed in ptalo lmtpper. Eend Io la ptawpg far particular. fi&M br ,al ',imecUtcraddre PEKi'lttiilKUI. CALASSUCIAT1U:J, CUeccu. J 11. sfp j. EVERYTHING A MAN OR BOY NEEDS. irj igl retail 11; pjejj stim' yai' LIST OF LETTERS m m Hats Fur and Stratv, Men's Shoes, Neglige Shirts, and -- life. ' (7 s " SS fKTigiiP ? ' Jifei has already settled over 800 Western Gentry, Earnest people on the 100,000-acr- e tract of land HarrisBettie Mrs Harris, Sarah purchased fer that purpose last yea. Jacobs. George THE PROPOSED BRIDGE ACROSS Sold G. White- - Drug Co. and W. i i Harris, Nannio Mrs Hollt Bettio Mrs. nil 1 IBi Bk-- ? WEAK mm BrSADE vigohqu: V J, B Willis, P TriEHBSISSIPPI RIVER. Accordjbg to E. L. Corthell, the engineer who; selected a site for the propobed railroad Jbridge 'across the Mississippi River near New Orleans? work will begin on it thi8,year. This bridge will be one of the largeft in the world, and plan for it have teen prepared by the Phainis Bridge vbmpany, of Plnonixville, Pa., the reoor.ed contractors for it. It is understood ihat both tli-e- Southern PaciDc and the iNcw" Orleww-Woter- n cdu i . St.... .3 't."" H2WU)MUWMpil.eu. p8Hlg IIijlX u ,!. -- M. MOST IN QUANTITY, BE8TtH?UALfPr. a n B w &W&mW$Wk i m irAv WW fiTiTnjt lipi iftTurvaV (fa fi Ts?X u"f j&& tttll K rrDlsJ' mm 3 w SfeasaSwa SFOCi! FOR YEARS writps 507TLE rrrMr-i m eaeaf&'S? Jt acts powerfully onl quietly. Cores when otSora rail. Xeunrf mon regain lev hwibood. Eicnreeovar youthful vlcor. LbooluteivUa-t- i mW ?tA rifts fSJsl S3p HERVBQQR aid' 5p 8 :cl)n)oi)d, Ki. m mm 50 Has led all WORM i&-- J 1 TSS-f-- ', ,. fcojvft ky jCtx u. "" Remedies. SiftSilSTEEQi BKHABDSOrXKWCllS an. kk. n. mb. ' b. t ri)., eiim A nntcod to Cure.MrrvouratH, I.nut Vltu'.Hi fclther tcx, Fulling Memory, Wiutlue HI i"!, and oil tftett et self atmtt or exatat a tniluzreticm. Wnrda Off Insanity una eonsnirmti Don't lot drawm Impose a worthless substltiiio hA4t1C(l It Tfrilfl ..n.Aa'AI,1TCAt l.,lt He hyPjaEPEK'iJBnKJlVKJdJS, ocwl ror it Can be carris'3 Invest pocket. treraM plain vrri par. SI per tor. or lor S. wlUi A l'nattl wrltteu PajnchlPtfrce. to Curedrai-- t. Oaarnntca Sold t'. ptnur-y- . br Aildr. ASJi'JV, p5 WH fghj ilp p c sp mji-- lt SI i '' i i ij ' jvl IEt'3iEIi XlUHO&JL &.W 'I ST.lL&CiB. I mm -- Sold by Etch mon Drug Co and W t'Mupi, ij. fitilB sqraJ!KraJlirnJ G I il I bdm. Mm I White. . - UPMpPgJi OpJ -- v Plffil i plfgj " SJMpfS J J Mmu - ipHfj i .'- -, J v. I . il' s,r ', " "", " ! "i ' s, "silk, fi ' lh ikt rj . J'l il " '" p ti " ' f f s i J - 3Si - .'j, ii i n&f 3as i i , err, I .14. '.' .' - - 1 ! SriSSS'H't r r lu7zly , v--' jA i W-i- ?' ' ;" ' -- ' . - - . , t sd wireTfp,-irheelf k, j ? cfl- ; '' H ? C H S- - C Mora than, forty white teachers were won by Miss Lucy McGaw, of ".Versailles; 'Don't mm seeing thoee. fine silver jxrLnjxrmuuxriJiJinjxnjxruTru ffcJSpEJS examined last Tveck by Prof. J. B. Har- inlaid spooas at"D. ? Aimer's, Warranted Ransom Clay, of Carlisle, secontL, Commencement of Caldwell High 45 Tis and Miss Alice Arnold, examiners. cheap. for 25 years Wheels and Wheoiersj! Contest in English composilioir, class School took place according to program in "Wednesday's Climax. Judge W. M. I, for league gold medal won by Miss twenty feet in WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, - - IS90. A steel Lumber Trains. li 3 Elizabeth Ashurst, of Paris."; W. J. mi 3OO0C'O?r000OOOOO0OOO0Mj diameter and requiring 250 miles of wire On last Friday and Saturday, eighteen Btickner, Winchester, delivered, an able oration to a packed house, composed Steinart, Versailles, second. In class H; We have arranged with the Berea, Kingston A bicycle party from Lexington, com in its construction, has been made in wagons from Owen county ADTS3TISING RATES. mainly of women and children, as the first prize won by Miss Elizabeth M. posed of Mrs. Sam G. Boyle, Misses por Germany. and Richmond Telephone Co., to connect its wires o came through Richmond going to Wayne men could not find seats. In fact, many Parks, and second prize by p. m. Shy, 5 H 2 H 5 n race, Margaret and Came Thornton, county. They purpose hauling lumber a k A healthy appetite, with perfect diges" with our Exchange and all our subscribers can now . s . bcth of Paris. Sylvia Strong, Madge McDowell, Betty in Wayne. Beyond this meager state- ladies were turned away for want of tion and assimilation, may be secured by gold Contest in rapid calculation, for cyen standing room. Judge Beckner is have their telephones connected directly with Berea, Hart, Messrs. E. L. Hutchison, Jack (Liv- tho use of Ayer'a Pills. They cleanse S" SPACE. ment the colored driver that was interro? ' 2. 2 5. especially happy on educational subjects. medal won "by Chaa, Henderson, of jT 2 ingston, Desha Breckinridge, Joe Wool-folKingston, "White's Mill, &c, at the following rates : r gated did not beein to know much. f and strengthen the whole alimentary The musical part of the program was ex- Harrodsburg; Prentis Lancastor, Paris, Garland Barr, Ike Leonard and canal : I 'lOcts to Kingston and 15cts to all other points. An : ' and remove all obstructions to tbe New Ube For Fly Paper. second. cellent. Warren Frazier spent Thursday ever ing natural functions of either eer, without account will he kept at the Exchange with the sub ? The declamatory contest, Friday night, Hack 504 700 fiaoo 1 50 $315 $4 Stuart in Versailles and returned home by any unpleasant effects. , laches- - I 7S 5 3 Sm 7 oc, it oo 17 s his place Joues put out Borne fly paper in It Catches Them. drew another large audience. scribers and each subscriber will be charged for all of business so that the flies moonlight. Versailles Sun. 3 .iKko. is 3 S 3 X2 on 15 00 38 15 Harvey Chenault, Jr., has erected one 60a 75 19 00 jlacfces- - 3 oo 4 J. Creed, ot Richmond, was awarded Mre. Anne Hopper died at Lancaster messages that come from his instrument over these could be caught during Sunday. MonS 00 . laches- - 3 S "s 3 t 34 S 7 5 of his patented fly catchers for brushing the medal in the boys.' contest, and Miss LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- aged 74 years. v' at . 4 00 6 00 9 oa 18 00 27 oc 40 oj day morning a small mouse was found lines. If any subscriber does not want to become a better understanding of the C Col 9001300700 40 00 obaj stuck fast. There were evidences tnat a the flies from cattle. This device was Mayme Perry, of Winchester, in the ksani.mf3J Is tot 12 00 17 75 3 50 50 00 Soo) With the blood full of humors, the KET. transient nature of the many physresponsible for these charges, he will please notify , Col is 00 s oal - jot 4 o" 60 oo 100 00 larger mouse had also been caught but described some months ago when the girls' contest. ical ills, which vanish before proper efheated term is all the more oppressive. thi3 Company at once. The following is the result of the field forts gentle efforts pleasantefforts notices 10 cents a Hne fer first CHTKeadMg got away. Now let some inventive genius patent was obtained. The animal goes a hse far each additional insertion' rightly directed. There is comfort in PUBLISHED BY GLOVER A DDBRETT, L01J13 Give the system a thorough cleansing' into an enclosure that has a Bort of cu contest at the Fair Grounds, Saturday: 5 tern m. iu.'nc. reuiatioBS r reject awl wtniUr mat- - invent a mouse paper. with Ayer'a Sarsapaiilla and a dose or knowledge, that so many forms of 121. Kingston, Toll lOcts, T. O. Witt, Agent. VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. spectsWd pola. A cane screen scares the flies and , Running race, 100 yards, unlimited; the tet half rate. No sickness are not due to any actual distwo of Ayer'a Pills, and rypv-- will enjoy Kentucky. they rise into the cupola. The animal prize, set of drawing instruments. Wou ease, but simply to a constipated condiThere is a switch board at Berea with the folSales on our market for the week just summer aa never before in your life. Stolen from a Missouri exchange. goes out through a dark passage entirely by James Brown, of Paris; Wallace tion of the system, which the pleasant Mrs Clmrles Hunlcy is senonsly ill. Syrup of Figs, prompt- closed amount to 31G4 hhds. with re Just try this for once, and you'll not relowing connections : When you talk about there being a rid of the pests. If you desire to relieve Reese, Winchester second. Time 013. family laxative, is why it is the only ly removes. That -- Mallory badits opening picnic Satceipts for the same period 3096 hhds. pent it, better state than Kentucky, every potato your cattle of flies, Mr. Chenault has tne Running race, 100 yards, unlimited, remedy with millions of families, and is 122 Berea, 15cts, E. T. Fish, Agent. urday. winks its eye, every cabbage shakes its machine to do it. "The Stanford baseball team came price, watch chain and charm. Won by everywhere esteemed so highly by all Sales on our market since January " No. 1. Fish, E. T., Residence. beneficial good health. to 79,300 hhds. Sales of the (vop over and thrashed the life ont of the Lexington is saying notbing about head, every beet gets ted in the face, H. F. Smizer, Cynthiana; Thomas Bigger who value due to the fact,Its it is the that effects are of 1895 on our market to this date Lancaster nine, "Saturday," is tho way R. X. I. & B Special Rates. No. 9. L. & N. R. R. Depot at Berea. having a lair. evory onion grows stronger, every oat Harrodsburg, second. Time, 11 seconds. one remedy which promotes internal amount to 75,574 hhds. Unveiling Confederate Monument at announces it. the Lancaster Record No. 5. Ringl. White's Mill. Bicycle race, half mile, boys under 14 cleanliness withont debilitating the Streng lias adopted the cash System; field is shocked, the rye strokes its beard, As a result of the recent favorable the corn pricks up his ears and every Nicbolasville June 15th, round trip tick- years old ; prize, lamp. Won by Willis organs on which it acte. toIt is therefore No. 5. Ring 2. White, G. J. & Son, Cures, absolute, permanent curea have ad. lus all important, in order get its benebnsi-neets at one and fare. foot of ground kicks. Harrodsburg; Lee Stark, ficial effects, to note when you pur- weather for handling tobaco, the Chatham, Sarsaparilla the largest Residence. on our market this week assarted given Hood's Y. M. C. A. excursion to Estill Annual Meeting Pharmaceutical Asso- Paris, second. Time 1:47. Chatham chase, that you have the genuine artisales in the world and the first place Shallow Flowing. Tuesday. its normal condition as tomagnitued and nest Yours truly, cle, which Is manufactured by the Caliciation at Irvine June 15lh, and lGth, won the run-of- f of a dead heat. fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by continued in its unsatisfactory chronic among medicines. Here is what an exchange says about round trip tickets at one and d RHirt--J fifitrtLl University commencement Bicycle race, one mile; prize, medal. all reputable druggists. Central 5r)e rier;mor;d Jelepr;or;? plowing corn: According to a celebrated anatomist fare. If in the enjoyment of good health, condition as to values. The offerings of Won by Onward Baldwin, of Harrods10 o'clock at week were in much better condition there are upwards of 5,000,000 little LriiuTJiJuiiruuiruinjiruxriJijijijx "Cultivate corn shallow; avoid cutting Kentucky State Dental Association at Ciyde Gaines, Winchester, second. and the system is regular, laxatives or the Edgar Tark.of Irvine, caught Dillard or displacing the roots which lie very Louisville, June 1619. Tickets at one burg; other remedies are then not needed. If than usual and better average values glands in the human stomach. These 2:57. Time, afflicted with any actual disease, one were obtained than for sometime lUmt-- at Roanoke, Ya near the surface of the eround ; don't and pist glands pour out th8 digestive juices fare round trip on certifiRunning race, half mile; prize, medal. may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, but we aie not able to report any decided which dissolve or digest the food. IndiRailroad Commissionereinspect-e.- 1 stir the soil beyond a depth of two cate plan. Tlie Won by Wm. Rion, Paris; Chas. Allen, one should have the best, and with the improvement in prices. Color is the gestion is want of juice, weakness of inches. Shallow cultivation is just as efthe It. N. I. & B., Saturday. Cynthiana, second. everywhere, Syrup of thing now most sought after both in co in Masonry. Believes glands, need of help to restore the health fective in killing weeds and conserving g Running race, half mile, boys under Figs stands highest nnd is most largely S end correspondents sent in Richmond Commandery No. 19 has and good grades and for such gootts. of these organs The best and most natmoisture as deep cultivation, and the used and gives most general satisfaction. 14. Won by Chas Baldwin, of Harrodsmatter too late for this issue. growth of the corn is not checked nor presented to Mrs. J. B. Willis a handthe market has been slightly stronger. ural help is that given by Shaker Digesburg; Edwin Sweeney, Paris, second. The sitting of the crop has been practi- tive Cordial. Natural, because it supInsti- its vitality impaired by tearingand lacer- some cold combination cross pendant, Protested. the residence this morning and burial in the teachers of Madison cally completed, under the most favor- plies the materials needed by the glands ating the roots, and "keep everlastingly suitably ennraved, as a memento of their tute have departed for the summer. Walking race, on mile, prize, medal. the Winchester cemetery appreciation of valuable services ren tassels appear. at it" until the She leaves six sons and fixe daughters, able condition, and while the acreage is to nreDare the digestive juices. Because WTon by Thomas Bigger, Harrodsburg; Prof. J. D. Clark will continue as dered during the recent conclave. Thomas, Levi, James, John, probably slightly under of last year, the it strengthens and invigorates the glands Hugh Clendennin, Paris, second. ProA Former Citizen. p, in. ipal of Caldwell High School. When the souvenir was given to Mrs. and tbe stomach, until they are able to Elisha, and Caswell, Mrs. Henrietta stand is exceptionally fine. Mr. T. J Ballew, accompanied by Willis she thanked the donors, but said tested. The lollovving quotations fairly repie- - do their work alone. Shaker Digestive spencer White, colored, found the Bedford, Mrs. Emma Drowning, Mrs. Standing jump; prize, cane. Won by Messrs. Dawalt and Onstott, is spending that nothing was needed to increaee her Lizzie Bedford, Miss Margaret GofT and seut our market for hurley tobacco 1805 Cordial cures indigestion certainly and ; liamond and got the reward. few days here. He was born in this admiration for the order, saying that her Onward Baldwin, Harrodsburg, 9 feet. Mrs. Patsy Downing. a crop: permanently. It does so by natural 8 feet, 6 Fxcursion to Estill Springs next county, but has spent most of his life Trash (dark or damaged)? 1 00 to 1 50 means, and therein lies the secret of its grandfather, CapL James De Jarnat, was Hugh Clendennin, Paris, The sympathy "of a host of friends go 1uef-tby Y. M. C. A., of Winchester. in Missouri. He is a cousin of G. W. captured at Dudley's Defeat, and would inches. 2 00 to 4 00 wonderful and unvaried saccess. out to the stricken family in this sorrow- Common coiory trash Running broad jump ; prize. Scientific have been slain had he not been a Mason. All druggists, price 10 cents to S1.00 Onh 75 cents round trip to Estill Ballew, this county. ful ending of a day of joy. Winchester Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 Won by Hugh Clendennin, r ngb Tuesday, and trains leave at Common lugs not coiory o 00 to 4 00 per bottle. These gentlemen own the patent for There were some Masons among the American. Democrat Paris, 17 feet, 1 inch; Thomas Bigger, 4 50 to 7 00 a wire slat fence of unusual merit, and British. Common coiory lugs Simon Weibl bought in Anderson Harrodsburg, second. 16 leet, 6 inches, THE FAITHFUL OLD HORSE YET Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 county, of W. T. Bond, W. F. Lillard are endeavoring to organize a company Running high jump; prize, sweater. Merchant Wootetein is joyous again to C. U. Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 (O and Jas. C. Bond, 109 steers averaging WANTED. embrace about thirty counties. It Won by Hugh Clendennin, Paris, 4 feet tin- third time in three years its a 8 00 to 15 00 1.196 pounds, at $3.76; 100 steers averagC1e.ss day, Tuesday, June 9th. ChairMedium to good leaf would cettainly prove valuable property. 6 inches.; Thomas Bigger, Harrods15 00 to 18 (0 ing 1,169 pounds, at $3.60 ; 32 steers averThe abondonment of horse cars, the in- Good to fine leaf man, Wm. M. Stone; Solutatorian, J. Fast Time on the Midland. burg, second, 4 feet 5$ inches. Clenden18 00 to 22 CO aging 1,075 pounds, at S3 ; two car loads creasing use pf electric and cable care in Select wrappery leaf Mn-- Tom Trow er died in Richmond Robt Riggs; Poet, J. M. Cornelison; DoThe special train, which carried the nor. F. M. Walker, Historian, R. T. nin made exhibition jump of 5 feet. 1 country ana city, and the growing use of The above quotations are not applica ot bulls, averaging 1.238 pounds, at $2.50, HI a anu was OBnou iu me ccjiiciuj y Knights Templar from Frankfort to Paris Benton; Orator, John G. Alexander; inch. the bicycle for pleasure riding have been ble te green and frosted crops. .l.i P and two car loads of hogs, averaging 181 Throwing baseball. Won by Bonta, of on the Midland, made a very fast run. the occasion of much writing to show Augur, P. H. Steenbergen; Testator, C. pouiids, at $2.65. Union merchants. liros., mil Left Frankfort at 4.45 p. m. and ar- V. Lallance; Valedictorian, Proctor K. Harrodsburg, 303 feet ; Craycraft. Paris that the horse will soon have to "step Awarded Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cough h.i e adopted tle cash system ; see rived at Paris 5 45, one hour and 1 min. second. 298 feet. down and ont," and that his occupation McElroy. Highest Honors World'3 Faff", Remedy especially valuable for croup ail. Putting shot; prize. Dresden vase. will be gone. But up ir ute, including delay of four miuutes this prediction will Junior oratorical contest, Tuesday, Won by and whooping cough. It will give Craycraft, of Paris, 32 feet, 1 big hill out of Frankfort, two min June 9th. not he borne out. -- ijihtli District Congressional Con-- , the prompt relief and ia safe and pleasant. 1 inches; Clendennin, Paris, 31 feet utes by stop at Steadmautown, one minThe horse will remain as he has been speakers: tinn, at NicholasviHe, Republican, We have sold it for several years and it inch. Ground, and six minute at Stamping for thousands of years one of man's beat J. Speed Smith, Jr., Arthur G. Lynn, t 'lmrrott has never failed to give the most perfect g baseball The utes at Georgetown, making the actual Robt, L. Benton, Rob. H. Bern. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. companions. This is not the first time it satisfaction. G. W. Richards, Duquesne, game was won by Harrodsburg. Score, minutes for It is said that Kiliis Dealberagewill running time Wednesday, has been said his usefulness had departJune Commencement, Pa. Sold by Hagan's Pharmacy. 23 to 8. . ed. With the introduction of the steam Uin in a few days why he did not go the forty miles. Following is the time 10th. There was a "tie up" in the ronesis motor, many shorted sighted persons to between some stations: Switzer Expeditions with arms and other supCLASS ORVTIONS: between the Yerkes' High School and Stamping Ground, five miles, five minplies for the Insurgents continue to land baid the end of him had come. Before Robt. L. Benton, C. Lallance, Proctor Millersburg Training School on account utes. Georgetown to Paris, seventeen K. McElroy, J. Robt. Riggs. in Cuba. la .''rectors will meet steam, the commerce of the country was of an entry, aud all the Yerkes' boys miles, nineteen minutes. Elizabeth to at! transported in pack trains on land, and Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers Exercises will begin in college chapel withdrew, and all the events were award five minutes. 50c. and $1 pr box. 6 for $5 can be applied when at home, and is uni the slow going sailing vessel on watsr. at 10 a. m. Lexington, Winchester Paris, six miles, v fair at Japanese Pils Ointment. 25 and ed Millersburg. Paris Republican. formly successful in coloring a brown or The pack train and stage coach utilized class: K'holasville. " Ptiieti.aarnw-e5c- . many horses, and was stimulating to the black. Hence its Eugene Francis Abbott. A. Excursion. Y. M. V Will caro all klijil" of Piles. Why suffer wltlr ttafe o35iI disease Milled eiTo Trrittn F C Brown, 249 &th st, Louisville, to say ad to refund stock raising business. The steam locorrarante wltliGvtl.OO boxes,Japsaeso thywocc- i5nt cured. John Gillispie Alexander. From Winchester and Richmond to Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier reCare ComtftcCtEMfsalwAllza. iRichmond for onrecciptotprlce. Tho rile dress M- nice residence in motive was to put an end to all that. James Cornelius Barbour. PERSONALS -Springs, over the L. & y. and R. Estill siding at Monroe, Mich., was severelv MOST PERFECT MADE. Sold by AV G. White. Druggist, Richmond. Ky at a low price. Pack trains would disappear; the people Robert Talbott Benton. N., I. & B. railways, Tuesdav, June 23, A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. ' FriL afflicted with rheumatism but received Hugh tieorge Dickson, an English for the benefit of the Y. M. C. A., of Howe Overstreet Cecil. would have no use for stage coaches, irom Ammonia, Alum or any otner aauuerae, prompt relief from pain by using Chamm jKi.uas granted naturalization pa-- . Btock breeders woutd go to the poor Just now everybody is beginning to James McPherson Cornelison. No change of cars. Ample Winchester. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. berlain's Pain Balm. He says. "At Mrs. Walter Azbill visited in Lexington house, and in half a century no horse a good Saturday by Judge Armor. John Tate Duncan. roam for all. Raggage car ior lunch would ache so badly that take a Spring Medicine. And it is times mv back last week. thing to do provided you take Simmons would be seen outside of musuems and Charles Vaught Lallance. baskets. -- Tolcco users will find, in another A woman's headache may come from I could hardly raise up. If I had not Spring MediMiss Belle Bennett went to Washing- zoological gardens. Proctor Knott McElroy. FAUE K)i: E0UXD TEIP. several causes She may have a head- gotten relief I would not be here to write Liver Regulator the best Imiin. an item of decided iutere&t to a sluggish liver that clogs the ton last week. Rigcs. But the horse did not go. The intro- ache arising from nervousness, or front these tew lines: Chamberlain's Pain cine. It's John Robert $ 1 00 Winchester t ui . headed 'Don't Stop Tobacco." William Phelps Simmons. 50 Miss Sadie Hart, of Paris, is visiting duction of the steam cars was followed digestive disturbances. Nine ca-in Balm has done me a griJeal of good system and makes bad blood. A dose a Children under 15 -Liver Regulator will Ir. Win. L. Hockaday ami J. Louis Richmond.............. Peter Higgins Steenbergen. by greater attention being given to the ten, her headaches come from disorders 5 Miss Marie Harber. I feel very thankful for it." Fnr fjale by day ofa Simmons out of you, and a new ii.ker have each an arm in a sliBg, the make new man William Harris Stone. e 10 . Chiklieu under 15 Miss Kathleen Sullivan made a brief breeding of horses, and as men began to peculiar to her sex. It may show itsel Hagans Pharmacy. Trni r buffering with a dislocation and woman top. Look for . theRd-30-be- 4 Frank Morau Walker. travel faster over the steel rails he con in the symptoms which are characterisTRAINS LEAVE; rrx visit to friends in Lexington I T If it required an annual outlay of $lfX,. package. It is SimmoJaiver Regulator tin- latter a fracture. Misb Letitia Craig Crow. BE3F MADE- tinued to inako better time on the backs tic of a dozen disorders. Thousands of M. A. Miss Cohen and Mrs. Brooks, of WoodMibH Mary Coleman Letcher. of his racers and behind his trotting times, women have been treated for tho 000 to insure a family against any serious you want. 7:30 Mr (ieo. O Dossier, the popular Winchester Unique, efficient, labor sarmer" vr&x ford, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mat consequences from an attack of bowel Miss Mary Bell Tribble. stock. sprinkle 4 times grealt-- r area thus 8:02 wrong disorders. Dr. Pierce's Favoritd uuii.ent man, Richmowl, put up four Ford Cohen. any otfcona. Hihiet award at tbe The horse today is a more finely de- Prescription was compounded for tint complaint during the year there are week.! 8:15 Red House j in our cemetery this Chicago "ExposiMoa. Dr. and Mrs Jasper have returned veloped, and more highly prized animal many who would feel it their duty to Decoration of (Jontederate Graveg. -- S.25 iioianvilU- Journal. Richmond sole purpose of relieving womankind of of through the northern part The "Little Giant" Tkavelijj Law.v than he was in the days when he was these ills and pains. Thousands of pay it ; that they could not afford to risk Saturday last a considerable number of from a trip Returning, trains leaves Irvine at 5:00 Sprinkler is an lutreakHiB. efficient, and .lchKniiine'6 Republic Convention their lives, and those of their family for the State. t man's only reliance to carry him between women have testified that after people assembled at tho Confederate lot p. m. Good music. wonderful machine. Under an ordimrv- plit, Ik, line two eoMventHHM", one such an amount. Any one can get this Mr. Morris Watlerson Long, of the D. distant points He is faster, more enwater pressure of 30 pounds or npwarar from several physicians within Richmond cemetery. Among them for Smith for CoagreaJ, the Attention insurance for 25 cents, that being the Owing to the financial condition of the it will drag 100 feet of garden boee sad were Confederate veterans Dr. J. M. &D. Institute, Danville, is summering during, and if not more intelligent than out benefit, the "Favorite Prescription' 'nr lur Daison. Programme: On the occasion of the Poynt::, Dr. L. H Blanton.Othenile Old- in Madison. his forbears, he is a better all round ani- cured them completely and quickly. It price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, country, we think it is beet for our cus- propel itself slowly and cotinit4y m Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In al- tomers, as well as ourselves, to adopt the either a straight line or a circle of any unveiling of the monument erected by ham, K. B. Deatherage, Boyle Doty, J. -- JulmC Hendren, a prospeious far Mrs. S. B Hume, Silver Creek, enter mal than ever before. has been used for over thirty years, and most every neighborhood some one has cash system. We can sell goods at much desired diameter, while its speed Bony be i t at postollke, this county. the Jessamine Memorial Association B. Ellison, C. H. Breck, C. D. Fattie, J. tained last Wednesday in honor of Miss He cannot be driven away or extermi- has an unbroken record of success. cash than we can on varied at will from 15 to 500 feet pw died from an attack of bowel complaint lower prices for ot tne oonieueraie D. Feeny. Joe Collins. Pres Oldham, W. Sue McRoberts, of Danville. nated. "With all his faults and he has h.i h he vet has bib last year's crop of to the memory simply because we lose no bad hour. credit, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical DiscovBy means of a figured dial plate it before medicine could be procured or a Consequently we will, on July soldiers buried in the Nicbolasville cem- T. Tevis. J. S. White. Dudley Tribble, J. i t f on hand and can noi 6ell it, Mrs. B. C. Hagerman and daughter enough of them with his tricks, his ery makes pure, rich blood. Send 21 physician summoned. One or two doses debts. set to travel any lst, beein the cash system. Please do may be A moment suffices todesired disetery, to be held Monday, June 15, 1890, P. Simmons, Thomas Thorpe, Dr. J. W. cbrage itg stamps to World's Dis of Virgie, of Lexington, came over last fear, his timidity and his sometimes fe cents in t lau Je Lyter, w lio w ent to Frankfort be refused. tance. this remedy will cure any ordinary notask for credit for you will BROS , at 1 o'clock p. in. rocity still he is the beast in which man pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. speed from the highest to the lowest Harris, Thomas Oldham, Dr. L. I. NOLAND week to visit Mre. R, E. Turley. "u'orljv, to superintend the electric Prayer case, it never tails, uau you auoru to by Rev. E. 0. Guerrant Union City, Ky. and it may be gauged to d&ribttto a takes most pride, agd he will be ridden Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page Dr. William Martin, J. H. Boggs, railwav, was thrown from a car, Miss Allie Tribble has returned from a spray effectively over a ewarth varying take the risk for so small an amount? Confederate Quartette Owen McKee, James Cosby, Joe T. Song and driven until man becomes eo civil- "Common Sense Medical Adviser," pro' Sju lav. and painfully hurt. in wiuiu iroiu , iu ou icei, ins uy mm- For sale by Hagan'B Pharmacy. History of Association Prof A. N.Gordon Jones, Tom Brawner, II. C Mills and pleasant visit to her many friends in the ized that he will regard it as a sin and ply throw ing it out of gear it is instantly fusely illustrated. MUSTER COMMISSIONER'S country, and much improved in health. degradation for any of God's Mr E A. Bess, formerly of Kansas Address Col. BennettH. Young perhaps others. converted into a station-- ry spriakler product to In cases where dandruff, scalp diseases, ' " " Mre. Lucy Hudson and daughter, of look through a bridle. Then, possibly, Mu., will take charge of the Second Uu veiling monument Several Haitians, alleged to be mem of exceptional efficiency. falling and grayness of the hair appear, Dr. Poyntz was master of ceremonies. The propelling force is supplied by - vtenan church, beginning next Dedicatory Prayer and Benediction-R- ev ! Kingston, have gone to Junction City to the horse will become a member of the hers of of the Mafia, were arrested in do notneglectthem.butuseaproper remRev. Dr. Blanton offered prayer. back pressure of water in the arms W. Young her brother, Mr. W. T. Richardson. eentfral family and eat his oats with a New York for killing one of their coun- edy and tonic like Hall's Hair Renewer. All are cordially invited F. ah, 14th. TalbDt Jackson, son of a Confederate visit causing them to revolve with force and trymen. ar himGen. John B. Gordon has been invit- soldier, delivered an eloquent oration Mr. Allen Zaringwent to Harrodsbuig fork. Exchange. rapidity while it the same time they Over eighty Turks were killed at Var Madison Circuit Court. present portraying the hardships, joys, Borrows last week to accompany home his sister, throw uut a fine spray or mist. Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson has a ma--- t ed and confidently expects to be of all the people need mos by Insurgents the Turks should James Martin's Executrix, Plaintiff, Ninety Per-e-nt. Body of sprinkler made of iran Round trip tickets at one and Miss Birdie, who has been in school THE MEXICANS. and valor ol Confederate soldiers. attached to her cistern by which "painted." Arms and standard made of to take a course of Hood's Sarsaparilla at have vamoosed the ranch. against fare over the Q. fc C, and R. N. I. brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 iaeaa Dr. Poyntz delivered-- pleasing eulogy there. us forced all through her house and n James Martin's Devs., Defendants. conthis season to prevent that Si B. railroads. The best way to avoid scalp diseases, Wbeeitv Rey. D. M. Sweets, a former C. TJ. stuThe official program at tho reunion of dition of tho system which invites dis. n by means of a compressed air, upon the southern women, describing All persons having claiui3 against the long, 15 inches wide over all. of tip of hair falling out, and premature baldness, estate of James Martin, are hereby noti 10 inches diameter. Height e Association of ease. efforts, sacrifices and struggles for dent, now a prominent Presbyterian the National is not at all their Entertainments in Profusion. .l, under ground it arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, 40 minister in Louisville, delivered the ad- the Veterans of the Mexican War has is to use the best preventive inown for fied to file the same legally verified, with pounds. vi So man- - entertainments have taken the Lout Cause. on or betcie tne loth the undersigned that purpose Hall's Hair Renewer. Rev. Jasper K. Smith, of tho Second dress in C. U. chapel to a good crowd, been answered. The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received be V. i.i n Dick Peyton, colored lunatic nplacethat a mere mention is all we can UU.V LU1C, iumwi v. cvUi " Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and n the highest award at the World's S- - E. SCOTT, The reunion will be held in Lexington, Marvelous. Presbyterian church, brought copious Monday night. He is accompanied by barred. find space for in this issue. Thursday drugExposition, Chicago. in i MaJison in the Lexington Asylum, M. C. M. C C. Tuesday, Wednesday -2 and Thursday, do not purge, pain or gripe. All tears to the eyes of the sturdy veterans his wife, nee McDowell. The results attained right here at gists, 25c. bau viii Burton, recently appointed by night at Collins building, Sigma Nu fra(FRHGBI PM.) PRRKE, WS.9Q June 9, 10 and 11. by his eloquent oration. He too is the home have been marvelous. Hundreds tbe Acrnir to place in that institution, ternity with Trosts orchestra did itself Joy and Sorrow. tiood Health Extensive preparations are being made son of a veteran. His pathos, earnestof your neighbors who have used Don't Let The Horn Worms ' I'll bet it was a Democratic great honor, the room decorated with K. SUBBHS 1A5FPACTDRH5 W, In the midst of life wo are in death. to entertain the veterans. At least three And a good appetite go band in hand. Wright's Celery Capsules are now well. ness, choice word painting, comprehentheir black, white and gold colors. Destroy Your Tobacco. man here." sent that jarv sion of the subject, and lack of bitter- Along the pathway ot existence the cra- hundred are expected to be here with With the loss of appetite, the system They cure Kidney, Liver and stomach Eeie igeats ui ladstton. Mrs. S. P. Walters received, Thursday -- Places outside of Richmoud that are most magnifi- dle and the coffin jostle each other and their wives, daughters and sons. cannot long sustain itself. Thus the for- - trouble, Rheumatism, Constpation and SfRHttHM, IS. of Miss Mary Letcher, of ness combined to make a night, in honor cv.i.i-in-tby telephone with Richmond The program, as officially made out, tification8 of good health are broken Sick Headaches. Why pay $1.00 every cent oration. He said a man who brave- the pathway to the bridal altar. A sad Igeati Tist! Mtrjwitre. A Cincinnati. en cLu .iti's residence, one mile; Joe cause he thinks is right is a exemplification of the later fact occur- will be aa follows; down and the system is liable to attacks two weeks for a bottle of medicine when Friday night, Mre. G. W. White gave a ly fighte for a SST'Can be seen in operation at rea-red at the home of John Goff, of Indian FIRST DAY JUKE 9, 1S96. lis resilence, 4 miles; H. E. Allen's g of tobacco worms is a dence of editor of Climax. of disease. It is in such cases that the you can get treatment at 1 cent a day. The to" Miss hero. debut party at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday. 6" re at vaieast, & miles; W.b. uuine A select choir sang tho Bonnie Blue Fields thing of the past, if the claims of the Reveille and National salute at sun- medicinal powers ol Hood's Sarsaparilla Wright's Celery Capsules give. 100 days' Olivia Baldwin. "N. S. J." Co., Richmond, Va., be On this occasion. ''Edgewood," his rise by students of the State College. b office, at Silver Creek, 8 miles; Flag and the Star Spaugled Banner. are clearly shown. Thousands who have treatment for 1.00. Easy to take, no Who can think Saturday night, at their hall on Main true and their claims seem to be well Wanted-- An m 8 store, at Kingbton, 7 miles; staffs) Flow era were scattered over the lot, and handsome county home, was the scene 11 a. m. Reception of the veterans by taken Hood's Sarsaparilla testify to its bad taste, do not gripe, becked by a bank Idea of some patent? substantiated. thisg to street, the S A. E. fraternity entertain.tes Mills, (Potts & Duerson) near Idwu they on veterans graves in other Iota in the of a beautiful wedding. Owing to tho citizens at State College. Invocation by great merits aa a purifier of the blood, its to cure you, or refundyour money. Sold Not only is the labor and worry saved Protect your WEDDERBITRXmay bring you wean. CO Patent Attarwere among Write JOHN tes Station, 10 inil&s; G. J. White & ed. The fraternity colors illness of Mre. Goff the festivities were of W. T. Boiling. cemetery. but the farmer gets a greater number neji, Washington. D. (X. (or their 13J0 prixo offer powers to restore and sharpen the adpe-tit- e by T. S. Hagan. and list or two honJrsd laTentlons wanted. the decorations. The tables were decorof pounds of tobacco and a better s residence, on pike, between King- A bugleman marked the divisions in a very quiet nature. However, long beand promote a healthy action of the MUSIC. smi-laquality by the use of "N. S. J." Quinn, a Populist, elected to Congress Berea, 9 miles; Berea, 15 miles. ated with purple and gold ribbons, fore the appointed hour, tho spacious dethe program, instead of a band. Gov. W. O. Bradiey is expected to digestive organs. Thus it is, not what No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. and sweet peas. Refreshments. rooms were tilled with the near relatives liver an address of welcome in behalf of we say hut what Hood's Sarsaparilla does from Oregon, drives a laundry delivery Rev. W. F. Smith, of the Christian Personal. The proprietors propose to oive feee Monday night, the Phi Delta Thetas Was In the Cj clone. wagon. who had come to witness the marriage of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. medical reference beok Fkee i church, pronounced the benediction. of cost, under certain and reasonable person afStctedi with any special, ckrotHC to asnre that tells the story and constitutes the fdtm-catconditions, several hundred boxes of J House, ofofiSH Estill, this coun-t- v entertained at Westover Terrace, the 'A monument should bo built. The Modern Ileantr the youngest daugher of the household, disease peculiar to their sex. AJaiass th Address of Welcome by the Mayor of strongest recommendation that can be tbe compound teacn do-- enougu ior leading pkysiaans and sargeoes l the OnissJ was in St. Louis when that city was liotne of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith. Patsy, to Mr. John R. Downing, the city. Miss urged forany medicine. Why not take Thrives on good food and sunshine, with one acre), and iobacco growers would States, Dr. Hathaway & Co.. 79 Dearfcora street. Tuesday night, the Delta Kappa was ' vited by the recent clyclone. He of Mafaon county. The Tournament. plenty of exercise in the open air. Her do well to write tbe Company at once Chicago. Presentation of gravel made of wool Hood's Sarsaparilla now ? s returned, and says what the wind entertained by Mr. and Mrs. James Benl- -l The parlors were brilliantly lighted from Ashland by Thos. H, Clay. for particulars. form clows with- health and her face The Fourth Annual Graded School nett. ti J to the city ' was a plenty." decorated, and the dining room, ' Response by Maj. S. P. Tufts, Presi this city, May 28, and blooms with its beauty. If her system ' Lightning Hot Drops the"Dekea" will hold forth at Tournament held in 29, 30, v;as a magnificent success. All w here an elegaut luncheon was served, dent Mexican Veteran Association of needs the cleansing action of a laxative Sharp Eyes. Go to D. P. Armer's to have ycur their bal'. What a Funnr Namel e appearace. remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant school medala made. He will furnish is due Prof. Weaver and the corps presented a honor Kentucky. Thursday night a gentleman lost a two Very True, bat It Kills All Pain. '"" At 11 o'clock the bridal party entered Syrup of Figs. Made by the California 'them better and cheaper than you can K. T- - Resolutions. of teachers, of the Paris graded school, carat diamond out of his ring on the Announcements. SoKJ Everywhere. Every Day the parlars. First came Rev. Mr Mc- Fig Syrup Company. 46 Benediction. streets of Richmond. Within two hours get them any place else. Richmond Commandery No. 19, Reg- for the iraperb manner in which they Without Relief, There Is No Pav! Garvey of Lexington, who performed managed every detail of the affair. 9 p. ii. Reception and ball at the Nait had been found and returned to its ular meeting, June 2nd: bm hwi The tournament began at the opera the ceremony; he was followed by Misses varre. iirrn Be it reohed, That the sincere thanks cwner. It was found two squares from Goff. cousin and niece of LIQUORS. Persimmon, the Prince of Wales' colt SECOND DAT, JUNE 10, 1886. of this Commandery are due and hereby house Thursday evening with the musi- Hie and Anna where he thought he lost it. came the bride attendJune won the English Derby "Wednesday. Organization and business meeting. tendered to the ladies of the Richmond cal. Tho names of the contestants have the bride. Then Margan-- t Goff, and Fair Meeting Reception tendered the Mexican ve"t Club for their beautiful music already been published in the city ed by her sister, Miss Musical City ofToleix YERRS OLD. 2 TO the groom with his attendant, Mr. Ed- erans at Ashland by Major II. C. Mc- - State of Ohio, County, papers and in the souvenir programs. D.rectore of Madison County Fair furnished at our late conclave by them. j Lucas PORK, The Pinesf White Sulphur Vocal solo prize divided between ward Gault, of Mason county. W.l meet at 2 o'clock at 2nd Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medx Dow.ell from 4 to 6 p. m. 2d. That the same be tendered to Dr. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that MUfTTON, The bride was gowned in a dainty crecinal Uses, inland io gallon and Chalybeate Water National Bank to organize and appoint L. H. Blanton for the use of the Univer- Miss Willie Traynor, of Richmond, and 1S96 TUinDDAY, junk II, he is the senior partner of the firm of F. Packages, a specialty. ation of Paris mull, and Valenciennes VEAL, FISH, committees. A four days fair, beginning sity chapel and grounds, as well as for the Miss Jennie Kate Purnell, of Paris. TJnfinishe,d business. in the woria. J. Cheuey & Co., doing .business in the r Violin Solo Miss Fannie Rion, of lace and carried bride roses. The maids JU 2 let, tillbeheld. See Cohen and reception given by bim to the Knights. "Home Sweet Home " Leaders Country Bacon, citv of Toledo, county andrstate afore OKOHESTRA Best music and pink also wore Paris mull and carried Liquor la'p the cause along. a? That the same be extended to Paris. said, aud that said firm will pay the sum Bacon, Dancing Hall in the "State. Chortui of ten voices Paris. mermet8. The bridal party gracefully Lloyd and the ladies of the MadiL. & X. Low Rates. Miss ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Country Ham, window as a LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. of Hotel well appointed. Prizes were awarded 'as follows in the grouped, with son Institute for similar courtesies shown and every case of Catarrh that cannot be Wholesale Dealers, Reduced rates to Asheville. N. C, Mr. Geo. Stevens, Clerk. examinations held Friday morning at background, made a beautiful tableaux. City Ham, . CotUiEPTED WeKKIA-cured by the ubo of Hall's Catarrh Cure, of Summer School Y. M. C. A. our guests. Silver Creek, Ky. : Prof. Ino. 0. Miller. Leader After luncheon, the happy couple Lard, Sausage. Cheney. all those ladies who so kindly the city school 4th, To Frank J. One fare for round trip June 10 to 12, 12Jtol5o lb of Orchestra. Contest in spelling for prize of $15 drove to this city where Mr. and Mrs. Butter.. ."...'.-..- . good returning until June 20, via L. and diligently gave their services in the otoTedoz Sworn to before me and subscribed in EST MEATS THE MARKETS AFFORD. y. Downiug took the 3 o'clock train for Eggs . -. ..- echool library, to go to winning school Free Bowling Alley and BiS5SS5 preparation and serving of refresumenfs &N 5c lb my presence, this Ctli day of December, Maysville- Ghickena (live). Uj. ,r won by Hits Sellie Whaley. of Paris. cycle Track. Free Kindergar FREE SILVER Rtluced rates to Knoxville, Tenn., during the two days of the conclave, we lb A D.1886. . '....-.-- . scholarcultured gentleman Chickens (dressed) The Contest in arithmetic, ten for children. - . A. W. GleaboN y Juno IS to 20, good returning aie especially indebted, because without ship in business college--wo- n for $55by John and onegroom is acounty's most popular Ducks (live) . ia L. & . 5c lb of Mbeoh SEALV A trained Lady Vocgjist. If you. rue afraid to Ui your money .". - . June 3d, account summer School Y. il their help our meeting could not have Baruett, of Versailles ; Onward Baldwin and proeperous farmers. Clark is los Ducks (dressed)- 10c lb l- Notary Pubhc loose, for fear of a depreciated leen the jrrand success it was. C.A. lO.to 124c lb ing one of her most lovable daughters Cheese of Harrodsburg, second. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally ' Finally we desire to congratulate the Next to Richmond National BaHk oa t' the future, go to B. P. Sic lb and acta directly on the blood and mu-- Jain St. Telephone 51. Lard Board, - - - $2.00 ne?Qay. ContesJ in algebra, for gold medal-w- on but her losa is Masons gain. Trlejiaone Consolidation. Cammaudery as well as the citizens, one - 20c lb Mrs. Patsy Goff, the mother of the Beeswax-- . ilRXERS and pufit in Diamonds, Send for Miss Anna S. Pendleton, of Winby "' 510.00 to $12.50 - per week. eous surfaces of the Byetim. Kington and Berea telephone line has and all, on tho unanimous opinion exDouglas & Smith. . . S2.50c lb . chester. Hiss Susie Abuoy, ofElizaville bride, had been ill for Borne time, but Ginseug tihsre a vrdl be tafc, and at, the testimonials Iree. been added to the Richmond telephone pressed by visiting Knights on the cor".&tol2alb was' thought to be better, but tint even- Wool (No 1 F. J. Cheney, &, Co., Tolecter O. eyrtetn. Any one in Riclimond having a dial reception and courteous hospitality second prize ific&.he h ofering thna, yon mil J.M.THOMAS, Prop.,. 7 tcj 8c lb penmnnship won by C. ing she grew worse and about dark she Burry and Cotf. Contest in by d raggiste, 75c telephone can now talk to any one extended to them while in our city. It nWc to reKs. pnfit on titan.1' ; 3J to Jelb wS(si. Green "bides . K. Mam till, of Harrodsburg. at Kingston, Whites Mill, G. J. . " P..IT1urnam, 1 j?:5te,0clb Mrs. MagdRtaae MeDwiiMtfriiao IS!r i i". fered-b4$h.e was originally Mise Prewitt and Dry hides . . . j'll. W.ate & Son's, or Berea. ChargeSto Keic2---J. A. iIiggin's, JCommittee, iMBHsisBssasSssBSkSKsasVmilfS117! U16U . IHmVHl, niW,. ye"-,; !3Sfr-45!.. . I r 8ixty;fiveyears,of age. f,.,l-s Feathers (new) . ? ,friiU.i "Jab Kingston 10 cents ; to otherfi15 ceuls. Jas. C. Morgan J " THE CLIMAX. i I 1 Tjl two-hor- se -- . f 5 $ ? ? n , A 14 f 1 1 Gladness Comes glBplB - L ill Ist,a-raou- nt Mpwig I! pt-- e one-thir- d ss 3 'IT a one-thir- to-da-y. to. y one-thir- d . s. m s. well-informe- d YOU TVtKNT inter-t-Min- 11 A REAPER? t: DOYOUWM A a, We have 'em, and the best that are made. MOM - - Be IN I ' , CULTIVATORS Now's the time to use these machines. . 1 Shackelford 15 Rppfni Winchester-Harrodsbur- forty-eig- ht , W-k- . Frank-Capito- l. 1AIQN6 C- - 1 r great-popularit- Wff&iiw ii rL. ifi.JrJ&.Ra. KSIk - A w . i Sssrs5g last-week. ( fir "Ms M rl ij i ( s 1 . is -- Pirn -- m . T - -- - - takinj-treatmen- Utafflriiffe 1. . Ldt-nU- n m one-ce- nt Fra-ze- e, 1- -4 v I fiotice tqGreditors - one-thir- d a ruu-dow- -r Inter-Stat- tt 9 - Cela-bia- 1- li'.'j J - u-- at Hew Preventive! v band-pickin- : i VI 1 x P iM " c ( - To-nigh- t, fairy-lik- 'dfiilUteiNB'i lii ii Qckk Vfl IU h DOUGLAS & SMITH. BEEF, FOB 01H ft 4 li 1! :i Breakfast Site M Guip;, -- fern-drap- i ac-co- uLt .- -- ...... w lh ,- Prompt Deiivery. .4 eur-Tp-cy I ,.'...- ....... : g-So- ld Subscribe for the GWmax. W ak Ml , :; tiM JssssH -- C'sssR 3 . --. I k w -- '. b , -- Jtf 0fc at ''TBgy'fv c - " c (J " wfHi XI i- - '." i 5&r s II . ' '." 11 W j - W -- - ? n - if : "w - - " u a ' ' ' v ' - . '.--- ii ! .. -. It F - !' --- - WrHPI IB Lyj .sssssBiF -- 'i ? '"' . - Mm M B"SB CfcS i LUt Sews From Al Vart at tfca . u. a .. si marshal f l.p -- " , -- . A PISTOL8 AND RAZORS. Blot at Frankfort VaTrowIy , V Fbaxkfobt, Ky., Jane 8. A "bloody riot was narrowly averted Sunday afternoon by the bravery of several pri f Averted. raid in Letcher county last .Saturday. It seems that Hollifielda had gone into vate citizens going1 to the rescue of two the house of Thomas Corn to arreat policemen. An excusion-o500 Negroes his son Jim. The boy ran out the back from Lonisville came in. and two Ne- gToes on it were fighting when they got off the train. Chief Tobin and Officer Brown grabbed them at once, but were set upon by the other Negroes and knocked down. Ed Callahan, Russell Hughes Lee Cohen and Tommy Newman, who were standing in a drug store near by, grasped the situation, Adams. REPUBLICANS armed themselves, and started to the I Shot Dead After Ho Had KtUed Hi Stayer's Sob. Unroitur, "Kf ?June a. It Is report ed here on good authority that, United States Marshal Thos. Uolllfields was killed while engaged ih a moonshine forecast Pe-j- o 1 , -- r h( U .. .1 j W Callahan seized a corn knife lying handy , and swinging it about his head, yelled to the crowd to clear the way or fret cut. He soon reached the struggling officers. Hughes, who is a mn'suular young druggist, got n pistol, and. clubbing it, knocked the blacks right and left and following Cohen and Kewman mowed his way to Tobin and Jlrown. They then formed a circlr around the two arrested Negroes, pointed their pistols at the crowd, and finally landed their prisoners in the lock-r.' Meantime nearly every colored visitor, including the women, drew a pistol or a razor, and were struggling to get to the officers. The colored women did more fighting than the men, and atually succeeded in knocking down both the officers and one of the rescuers, nad aid not come so quickly Tobin and Brown would certainly have been beaten to death, and this would hare precipitated a regulai race war, as the Louisville blacks almost killed Officer Brown's father thret years ago, and the feeling then engendered has never died out. p. rebcue. I the murder and await trial. The theory is that the Crawfords committed the murder to prevent Niece from marrying and bequeathing his property to .his intended wife. They Kept It Secret. DASTIM.K, Ky., June 8. The fact that Miss Jennie Tompkins, daughter of VI. V. Tompkins, of this city, and Curtis Montgomery, a Center college student, had been married since the 1st of last December has just been made Montgomery will now quit public. college and live upon a farm he owns in Carroll county. The marriage oc- The Whole Family Dnder Arret. Fl.KMi5GBBClto, Ky., Juno 8. Samuel Crawford and wife were arrested and lodged in jail here as accessories to the murder of Charles Niece, found dead three weeks ago. Crawford and his whole family are now charged with curred at Jeffersonville. ' Ewixo, Ky., June 8. 'While outhunt-lnnear his home at Elizabeth, Scott Jackson, aged IS, son of Capt. Jackson, who served in the confederate army, was accidentally shot. His hand was torn off and a large portion of the load entered his side. His condition is critig Scott Jncknon Accidentally Shot. cal. Lkxixgtox, Ky., Llngart. aged 89, twice attempted First he tried to drown himseli ,in a pond and on being rescued by hit 'son, seized a butcher knife and gashed ,his wrist. Lingart is a malster and lone of the 'wealthiest men in Lexing-tonJ sui-tcid- Two Attempts Satcldcv June 8. Joseph mt . Thirteen Taken to Frankfort. Miihh.usboro, Ky., June 7. United SUites Deputy Marshall Cawood left here Sunday night for Frankfort, Ky.. carrying with him crowd of 13 pris-oner-s and witnesses captured in lan county for illicit distilling. r Har- ) 'Wasiiixotoj.-- , Kentucky 1'ost UtSce Discontinued. ;at Long Branch, Meade county, Ky., .will be closed from June 5 to October 1; mail going to Willowdale. ; New Kentucky Fust Office. . WAfeifixGTos, June 8. The post office National Committeeman Isaac. LsxraoTOH, Ky., Juno 8 Toevepbrt of tbt H. Goodnight. Temporary Chairman committee Chas. J, Bronston. Permanent Chair--, i and adopted on permanent organization mad Thursday raornlM: man Chas. K. Wheeler. Chairman of rfor a complete reorganization of arrangement: the party mathe Central Committee William chinery from precinct committeemen up Ev IN CHARGE. cry gold man is to be flreC and free sllve Secretary of tho Convention The Shake-U- p Amonj the Officials at tt Blackburn men appointed In their stead Ma William Cromwelf ' Penitentiary Completed. Darned as thi this cliy. The convention wiU unqualifiedly P, P. Johnson, ofstate central hi committee am of the Frankfort, Ky., June 2. The shake-u- p and lit unmistakable terms declare for chairman stated freo sliver men wll it can be among the officials at the penitenfor congress outside the tho tiary became complete Monday, and ver, free and unlimited coinage of sil- be nominated this fdlL district at a ratio of IS to 1; that congress that institution la now entirely in re- be demanded to immediately restore it The --new state executive committee U named as follows: publican hands. CoL Ed McGrath, the position it occupied prior to 1873, First district, a K. "Wheeler, of Pnducnh: popular Newport politician, who has lo the M. Menobsm, of Ilopltinsvlllc; Second, finanand that been serving as guard, was the last of cial policyonr disapproral of the be al- Third.J2. C Raark- of Franklin Fourth. G. W. of. this administration '& Fulton, of Bardstown: Fifth, to be filled; the old regime lo go. He was succeedso declared. Sixth, Robert EI1K of Sandors: .Seventh ed Monday by .Mr. Dunn, of Edmonson It has been agreed unanimously that South Trimble, of Frankfort. Kljhth. Wii) county. Col. McGrath will spend a few Scroggen. Danvllio. Ninth. J. M Kehoe, ol weeks in Kentucky daring the hot po- theS.convention should indorse, Hon. Jo Maysvllle; of Tenth. Jsmes Holcher, or Floyd: C Blackburn as the unbeaten nomilitical season, and later will go to Mis- nee oi the democratic party for United Eleventh. G W Metcalfe, of PlnerlHe. souri to visit friends, when he will re- States senator, and that tho support be . The democratic state convention was called to order at 9:t0 o'clock Thursday mornlnj turn and locate in Newport. demanded of all democrats in tho next with the number of delegates greatly thinner out. a number having returned to theli general assembly. Phil Rain's Trial. homes. Newport, Ky., June S. The case of EXECUTED. The chalr'at onoe colled for the report ol s Phil Kaln, who is a jail companion of a long delay. commutes but Jackson and Walling at Newport, has JMud Dauber Smith Asserted Ills InnoThe following are named as the state cencence to the Last Mot Death Wltbent tral committee: First district. W. B. Oatlln been set for trial .June 53. The lawFlinching. Hurray: Second, S. A. Young-- Henderson; J yers say they can finish the case In two Third. C M. owls. Bowling Green: Fourth. S. Henry Lkxihgton, , or three days. Last December Kaln, it Mitch-el- Smith,Ky., June Dauber, the G. TV. Biohsrdson, Guston: Fifth, to be filled: alias Mud is charged, killed Oliver Carson on a Sixth. T. - Moore. Bourbon; Seventh, to be shantyboat near Brent's Station. He Negro who was convicted of assaulting filled: Eighth. Jock China. Ilarrodsburg: "was tried, but the Jury disagreed. an agnd white lady, 'Mrs. Mary Hudson, Ninth. Sanson Kennedy, Ca: lisle: Tenth. A W. Hamilton, Mt Sterling: Eleventh. Meantime, Kain has laid in jail, un- near this city last summer, was hanged. Garrett. Jr., Columbia- From, ths James Tuesday morning, the drop falling- at Wm. Goebel, of Covington. able to give bond. 11:37. Twelve minutes r later; he was Ths credentials committee reported short. pronounced dead. Just before) pinionIy after tea o'clock. nomethlnf Captured. Tho majority reInez, Ky., June 2. CoL Wm. Smith, ing him, Sheriff Gross asked him if he port threw out the sound money delegation and SevGraves' county and the mountain detective,, arrested John had anything to say. He replied In a from wards and half ol thetho Sixth and Ninth Eighth Dameron, a professional horse and cab-ti- distinct voice: "lam innocent, before enth of Louisville and half of those from ard thief, near this place, after pursu- God and man; that ia all. I have to Bourbon and Kenton counties. Cot H. I Stone, of Loulrvllle. then made a ing him through a dozen counties. say." He met death without flinchin Dameron's latest crime was the steal- ing, and was decidedly the coolest man scathing speech wasdefensa of tho Louisville very severe on Capt. Jim delegation. He ing of a horse and 12 head of cattle ia on the scaffold. He died by stranguWilliams, and whenha" referred to the captain's broad daylight in Wayne county, W. lation. a bully, Willi ims, who was down in record as front, started for Cot Stone, but was pulled Va., driving them to Huntington, where No Contest WlUTle Hade. bock. Jack Chinn Lexington, Ky., June "3. Judge Mat. He was wild with then began toshout nt Stone. the cattle were slaughtered and the rage, he was suppressed, horse sold. Walton, one of the sound money lead- sod CoL Stone kept on. but Blackburn's vengeance contest of the against ers, says there will be no A. J. Carroll, who preSenator Lindsay Will Not Beilrn. Washington, June 2. Senator Lind- Lexington delegations, as he believes vented bis election, he said, was the causa o! the unseating of the Sixth nnd Seventh ward say, of Kentucky, says there is no truth all the prominent gold mm here will delegation, of which Carroll wis a memin the story telegraphed from this city be willing to agree thaT no further ber. T. T. Finn, of Franklin, defended the majorto Louisville that he intended to resign contest be made. The city israpidly Stone's charges. from the senate. "Senator Lindsay is filling up with politicians from all over ity report, denying all cf CoLadopted by a report was vote not giving the republicans any possible the state. The convention hall and ofThe majority The unseated delegates then 6T8 to 14. chance to fill his place in the senate," Chautauqua grounds are all in readileft the halL The expected bolt of the remaining said the senator. "There is not the ness, and if the weather continues good money not take least foundation for the story; it Is a the delegates and visitors will a have place. The committee delegates did organizaon permanent pleasant outing along with their confake, pure and simple." report. The report named tion then made Its vention Wednesday- - . of McCrocken, for Hon.,Cha. Chinaman Stabbed in the Heart. chairman. Post Office Robber Fatally "NVonnded. Bowling Gkeen, Ky., June 2. Abel W. B. Hoke was of the exLouravTLLE, Ky., June 8. Thieves ecutive committee named member district and for the Fifth Shuck, a Chinese laundryman, was Tuesday morning robbed the post office t ill Head member of the central committee found dead in his laundry Monday. Hill, a suburb. They sefor the Fifth district He had been murdered. His face was at Creicent The naming of Geo S. Fulton and Gus Richcured 340 and were leaving when tho badly beaten, the nose being broken. postmaster, P. Watson, was statu executive and ardson as members of aroused. state central committeesthefrom the Fourth met A large pair of scissors had been He fired at the men as thoy ran, and a spirited opposition because tho district went thrust into his breast. They had been deside, inin withdrawn from the wound and placed load of shot struck one At the hospital republicanbelast tall. Rfohardvin was alsoemineligible because he was an clared to flicting a fatal wound. the in Shuck's trousers. ploye of 'Secretary Carlisle. The delegates he gave his name as James Williams. from this district were sent out to eSeet a setA Bank at Barksrllle. tlement. Banker Barrett Dead. The amendment to name Wm. Goebel, ot Bubksvillk, Ky., June 2. Mr. J. P. Lodihville, Ky., June 3. Thomas L. Frank, one of the best known and most Barrett, president of the Bank of Ken- Covington,.. a member of the stato central committee from caused a successful business men in this place, tucky, and the greatest banker in the spirited fight the is preparing to go into the banking state, died shortly after noon Tuesday. Mr. Goebel was finally elected by acclamabusiness. His brother, W. H. Frank, Mr. Barrett's death was caused by tion. The report of tho committee on permanent will continue the dry goods business. neuralgia of the heart. He was ill only and Wheelor Mr. Frank's bank will be situated in four days. He was 71 years of age, organization wos adopteda plea Mr. harmony. took tho chair. He made for the heart of the town, and the building; and had been president of the Bank of The Tenjh district delegates replaced Gus Is now under way. Kentucky since 1863. He was ono of Klchar4son in the state central committee w!th;Fnley Shuck. the richest men the state. Btorm Damage In Caldwell County. Senator Blackburn, P. W. Hardin. John S. KheVarid' Congressman W. T. Ellis were electBait for Damages. Phinceton, Ky., June 2. The heavy Hopkinsville, Ky., June 3. J. W. ed delegates at large to the Chici.go convens havo done and incessant acclamation. great damage to the crops in this coun- Grlfleu, of Lancaster, Ky., has filed I tion bymajority report of the oommlttee on The ty. Acres of corn and tobacco have suit against Dr. Benjamin Letcher, resolutions was passed with a whoop after been under water for many days, and superintendent of the asylum here, for the minority substitute had been aired suffare completely drowned out. The old- $1,000 damages. Griffen claims that ho iciently bjr the silver humorists. THB PLATPOUM. est citizens do not remember of such a was appointed gatfdener at the institu- - j The first tion by Letch&-- ' and alleges violation mocracy. section affirms the principles of deheavy rainfall in May. Goe-be- L that-onlLouls-vlllo - way when Hollifields opened fire on him, the boy falling dead. Seeing this the old man grabbed his Winchester and put two bullets through Hollifields. HoUifields was a member of the posso when United States Marshal Russell was killed by 'shiners last summer, and at that time killed & young man named at Ltii.nctce. BEjiNaTON.rr, Jane S. Tile scenes ia Le:clsgtoB Tuesday Bight wre moro fThe Kentucky Convention Rec like tae close of a successful "campaign ommends Senator Blackburn. than the beginning; of. state convention." At Jo Blackburn he4fttarters ia thi Phoenix hotel free si) v demo- lTe Silver Platform .Cms Throngh bj crats :tre packed lanantiT the.oid an Overwh'elmiBgtMajority. "llk8..,sardines ia a box," is a j ' ' -- -: descriptive necessity, . Fol) owing will probably be the slate - John! Senator IHackbnrn,Rhea", P. WM At Wednesday's convention: Delegates Jlardln and 7P(. T. Ellf Elected Dole- -' at Large Joseph C. & Blackburn, A!tr(int'es, Ilallam, John S. Ehca, W. P. Ellis, P. Wat Har- B Carroll, I(bthwcllnd NeUpn. CsBvestiea com-parlsg- the Aeflea, of swutle ttaf P V? , WK I H1?NT .T?RT3fi.QTO FiDl . . -- ' jrma igjEjeesaif-ti-T-i'-'r'1'"'1- ? . ., :ifrr;sfgTrgsiraglgT5lgTTTf51 Jil fcEH &&ms m . p OB gtlKk .jjwv e2U kbbl nt As-JK- n wwfflifsrS v - - .. en The Kentucky Democratic State Convention at Lexington. The Silverites Arrange the Entire Af- fd !3 y , a, fair to Suit Themselves. Senntdr Jo Iilackbnrn Is thn Hero of tbn Hour Talk Is Hoard About Hint for the 1'realilentlal Stakes Convention Held )n Chautauqua Antttiorluro. Wednesday morning It was conceded on alt sides that Wednesday's democrntlo stato convention would declare for tho freo and of fold and silver at tho ratio of 6 to 1; that it would indorse Senator Blackburn as the democratic nominee for United. Stales senator: that It would nomlr.ato him. for president and ask that the democracy oi the country support him, and tbtt It would condomn the present national administration. It was definitely settled Tuesday night that Mate Senator Charles J. Bronston, of Islington, was to be temporary chairman and Hon. Charles I Wheeler, of Paducah, permanent chairman. The slate for delegates from the tnto at large was made out as follows: Senator Blackburn. Gen. P. Wat Hardin. Hon. John & Rhea and Hon. W. T. Ellis. The lobbies of the hotels aero crowded to their fnll capacity by seren o'clock Wednesday mornlnc. The Chesapeake and Ohio train trrlvlaj hero at 7:33 brought about two hundred delegates from northeastern Kentucky, from the counties of Clark, Morgan. Bath. Rowan. Carter. Greenup, Boyd, Lawrence, Elliott, Mcnefeo, Martin. Johnson. Magoffin and Floyd, and the Lexington and Eastern, arriving at 10:30, wan loaded with delegates from Knott. Letcher, Perry, Lcsllo, Breathitt, Wolf Owsley and PowelL whtle while the L, & N. and the C A trains brought the silverites from southern Kentucky. The delegates from the west end of tho stato wore nearly all here Tuosday night Owing to his hard work Tuesday and Tuesday night trying to harmonize his friends, Senator Blaokburn did not sloop well, and it was late Wednesday morning before ho came down for breakfast. Col. Pepper, at whoso country residence he was entertained, had a nice spring chicken broiled for his morning meal. The fresh air, the rest from the fights among his friends and the chicken rounded the senator to, nnd at 8:55 o'clock he stepped Into the Popper carriage and wn drivon to his headquarters at the Phoenix hotel. Following is the aotlon taken by the various districts at their convention Wednesday morning. The first named are distrlot delegates: rirst District A. M. Jones, ot Crittenden county. Gus Thomas, of Graves: elector, J. C Flourney, of Fulton: member of tho state executive committee, Charles K. Wheeler: recommended for delegates from the Rhea, Ellis, Hardin and Blackburn. Second District E. F. Millet, of Duviewrr J. F. Dempser, of Hopkinn: elector, C W. Brans-for- d, of Daviess: member of tho stato executive committee. Chariot M. Meucham, of Christian-- , recommended for delegate from the W. T. Ellis. Indorsed, Urey Woodon. for national committeeman. Third District CoL Ben T. Perkins, of Todd oountv. and J. K. Rtch.irdaon, ot "Barren. for elector. Ed. B. Drake, ot Allen: John S Rhea: for delegate from member ot the nationul oommlttoe. L IL for Goodnight Fourth District R. B. Lancaster, of Marlon: D. R. Murray, of Breckinridge, elector. Gus Brown, of Breckinridge: rocommended Harry for delegate from the Somen. Fifth District W. B. Holdeman. Zich Phelps: elector, Wallace McKay: member of the state executive committee, W- - 11. Hoke. No aotlon on the stato central committee or delegate nt large. Sixth District N S. Walton, ef Boone: Dr J. T Scott, of Grant, elector. Harvey Moyors, of Covington, member ot the state executive committee. R. Lewis, of Carroll; recommended for delegate from state at large, R- - W Nelson and Theodore Hallam. Seventh Distrlot R. F. Peak, of Oldham. T. K. Moore, of Eourbon, elector, W B. Kimball, otLafarette: member of the state executive commutes. South Trimble, ot Franklin. Eighth District R IL Tomllnson, of Garrard, Geoige G Gilbert, of Shelby: elector. I IL Carter, of Anderson: member ot state executive committee, J. IL .Morgan, of Anderson: state central committeeman. Jack Chinn, of Mercer; recommended for delegate from the state at large. William Smith, of Madison. Ninth District George R, Vincent, Lawrence: Gecrge Bramlet, Nicholas Elector Wm. G. Ramsey. Bath: no further There was much wrangling In this convention, the Fleming county men trying to run it. Dr L. V. P. Williams, of Rowan, was eleoted assistant elector before tho delegates discovered he was a golduug. He refused to withdraw when appealed to, and will Insist on holding his place. Tenth District John E. Garner, of Clark; George B. Clay, of Pike: olector, Tom Wells, ot Morgan: member of the stato central committee, A. W. Hamilton, of Montgomery; member of the stste executive committee, J. W. Hatcher, of Floyd- recommended for doleguto e, Urey Wood-ofrom the Eleventh Distrlot Ben Smith, of Pulaski: p, C M Sallee. of Adair; elector, Henry Metcnlfo. moruber state executive committee, Charles A. Metealfo. Bell: member etito central commlttco. James Garnott, Jr., Adair. Silver men won In all tho districts, oxcopt-ln- g tho F:fth, as had beon expected. At two o'olock, when the convention was called to order In tho Chautauqua auditorium, there were ebout five thousand persons in tho building. The proceedings wero opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. Bartlett. Chairman Long, of the state central committee, called the convention to order. He made a short speech, in which he said the silver men were going to be badly disappointed. He praised Cleveland and Carlisle, and their names were roundly hissed by the sliver delegates and their sympathizers. John Rhea (silver) nominated C J. Bronston for temporary chairman, and CoL B. IL Youn,j (sound money) nominated Judge Alex Humphreys. Bronston received 091 votes and Humphreys ip inn ate JWlflSfliLJ&sWlw'' jfju sr . i.i ftV,afcW l iVKm' newsmWk IS. . J i ftl a W fc 'C & T bepce - - ?- 11. Jill gatcs-at-Lar- ge din. 1 B LrxixoroN, Juno 4. Wednesday was dar of dnyg fpr tbe Kentucky democraoy. tbfc I I 1 m mi 8"Sold Easiiy.QalcklT. Penninani!! RasfsrEd. SsJL'nVe Loss Vitality, Nervous Debility, Insomnia, Jxfllnr Jtomorr AFreiv- - Wasting Ulseasea and all WeakneatM reasluns ooeer'Vcr!S exa-fteciDrb32.3f3r$5. UiHr3 Ia&oadoe3 The Hast Modlclna Co, 6u Paul, Hiss. by W. G. White, DrnRgfest, Eichmond, Ky, i. j Hy?ii afg5agB3 GFliPii .asHEasEta . umm HfcKYIIE 6arecJtae: & mS a i U Vl 1 HAL' 1 111L ) ) i I 1 n OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must be closed out ) (9 ) ) ( 0) ) i ffT i K m I c 1 Jil ats- G) ) "It's a Good Thing. Push it Along.' M ) ) &) ( m 3 Jl l 1 m ) ) there-wa- K m ni (8 O) . a l .E- u ft fft' PLUG :' UI P S i - - stats-at-lor- Come and get bargains. is now "foincr on. Our salk ( ) ) ) ) til Ifi i Why buy a newspaper unless you can profit by the expense? For 5 cents you can get almost as much "BATTLE AX" as you can of other high grade brands for 10 cents. Here's news that will repay you for the cost of your newspaper y. to-daFfE-5it-i-7i7--- in J e m m m a ffl 8 Million at Great Baraii)?. HENRY-KLEiRTSON. ) 1 I g ' 210 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. KY. ) iy, state-at-lar- I 3U53L40-- I ill statc-at-1'.irp- e. THE Flooti Winter . 1 MARKETS. , d. state-ot-larg- o. Cincinnati. Juno a patent, 11603185. fancy, family, extra, iO; low grades, 75i100; spring patent, J3.WJ 100; fancy, 81100135. family. Wheat Sales: No. 2 red, at 63Hc Coun Sales: No 2 white, at 29Kc: 1 car do, till IMS Bkczetta 4 2;0fi , B99l pr ui M at S3 la KfiiU a AT Years Old. .4 Online 2:04 at Yeaib Old. siale-at-larg- e, I 1 ' choice, $a 653.4 00; fair to medium, 4110 common to ordinary. i6031&0: oxon. II 0 J S.BU ilellera: Good to choice, 83 G0&3.t( fair to medium, i8.V33 so. Sheep and Lambs Sheep: Extras, 33 good to choice. $100518.3: common to fair, KOOitSTO. Spring lambs: Extras. SV7S Q6.00. good to choice. i3.002A.GS: common to at :9ic Oats Are quiet ond steady. Hogs Sales to puckers and butchers were mostly at JlSOQl S3, and good to choico light shippers at S135140. Cattle Heavy steers, fair to good. Jl 30 choice, aft butchers' good to KOOg-J.10- diHiSbiUfll Hi Uud T Tun 8 TPhl UHiOi TABLETS, WRITING PAPER, &C. Vk ah n Hf. Bill AJ . Main St., W ERGWN II-tf- state-at-lsr- , 1 , i rain-storm- recom-niondstlo- ft Fat Parses Will Be Hanged Up. June 8. A post office ' Li0lK5VHi.Ei Kv.. June 2. ThsjLouia- "hu bcon established at StottsAdafi g association anisville Fair and L. cyi',ICyv.wilk Win SSTotts, post, nounces that it will hang up $10,000 in uiuiicr. stakes and purses to be contested for during its fall meeting. There will be Congressman Turner Decline a ten fixed events, none of which are for Washingtox, June 8. Representa- less than $800, the principal ones being for $1,000. tive S. S. Turner of the Seventh congressional district has written Fnllcrton Raided by Thieves. un open letter to his constituents, Fulleuton, Ky., June 2. This place a renomination to congress. was raided by thieves. .Nearly every Mr. Turner is reasonably certain of a house in the city was entered, and two good majority on delegates in the dis- gold watches and considerable money trict convention and consequently of a was secured. The thieves stole two renomination and election, but he pre- fine horses from Joseph Davis and fers retirement to a renomination on a made good their escape. silver platform, whih he deems cerChild Drowned. tain in view of the action of the demoHorKiNSViLLE, Ky., June 2. While cratic state convention at Staunton on crossing the east fork of Little Tlver Wednesday last. Monday Lucien Jenkins had the buggy containing himself and family swept One Killed and Another Fatally Itnrt. Bethlkiiem, Pa., June 8. While Cy- away in the swollen stream. All were rus Moser and Alix Kidd were at work saved except the youngest child, which on top of a scaffold at Lichus & was drowned. Sutton's silk mill Saturday morning, Trouble Amonfr Lexington Officials. the scaffold collapsed and the men Lexington, Ky., June 2 The usual were precipitated to the cellar below. sensation is brewing In Lexington Moser was instantly killed, hiB neck municipal affairs. Thistime the mayor being broken. Almost every bone in and police commission have come toKidd's body was broken, lie was re- gether by the ears, and all sorts of exmoved to the hospital in a dying con- posures on both sides are threatened. dition. Moser was 00 years of age. Lexington Sued for S5,000 Damage. Lexington, Ky., June 2. In the cirPunishment of Naval Ofacers. "Wasuixgto?.-- , June 8. Secretary Her- cuit court A. B. Wrenn filed suit bert promulgated general orders fixing against the city of Lexington for.85,000. limitations to the punish- Mr. Wrenn f eli into a sewer excavation the ment of naval officers and en- last October, and claims he was damlisted men for the government aged to that extent. of all naval general Mrs. Gay Dead. Under the order in times of peace. Lexington, Ky., June 2. "Mrs. Kate punishment ranges from death for mur- Bayless Gay, widow of the late Capt i. der to loss of numbers for an officer or G. Gay, of the Eighth "Kentucky cavfine for an enlisted man for minor of- alry under Gen. Morgan, died Monday fense morning after a long illness. Benom-inntloVir-gm- ti court-martia- ls of Cliv.i. Court at Hopkinsville. - Bkinsville, Ky., June , 8. The Jane term of the Christian circuit court convened in this city with Judge James Breathitt on tho bench, and will bo in session four weeks. There arc 130 new units, making 500 cases on the docket. Eloped to Metropolis. Paducaii, Ky., June 3. Mr. Emmett J. Burnett and Miss Clara Rieke, of this city, eloped to "Metropolis in a buggy and were married. Tho bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. W. IL Rieke, the dry goods'merchant. lient to the Insane Asylam. Georgetown, Ky., June 3. Mr. Hown ard FuUer, aj citizen of the northern part of the county, was declared of unsound mind and sent to the asylum. He Is doubly afflicted, having recently lost his eyesight well-know- contrary . , Struck by Lightning. Bubkhville, Ky., June 3. During a hard wind storm in this county light- ning struck the residence of 'Squire David Tiean. Mrs. "Bean was knocked unconscious and it is feared she will not reoover Haad Severed From the Body. DAXY3LLK, Ky.T June 3. The fast' Knickerbocker train from St. Louis psrty. struok Mrs. Sarah Greenle&f near Reno Ninth "Resolved, That the delegates chosTuesday evening, severing her head en by this convention to the national demo-er- 7, tie convention ot Chicago. from ths body and otherwise mangling they are hereby. Instructed to June tho be. and vote of cast her. Kentucky as a unit for Jo C S. Blackburn for declamatory contest here Danville Girl Wins. LanoAbteb, Ky., June 8. Second We are In favor of.nn honest dollar, a dollar worth neither more nor los3 than 103 cents. We favor bimetallism, and to that end we demand the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 as powstandard money, with equal er, independent of the action or advice ot any other nation. Thlrd-jhold that tho secretary of the treasury should exercise his legal right to redeem all coin obligations in gold and silver, as may bo mora convenient, and wo are opposed to the issue ot bonds In time of peaco for tho maintenance of the gold reserve or for any other purpose. Fourth We are opposed to the national banking system and to any enlargement of its powers, and opposed to any contraction of too currency by the retirement of greenbacks or otherwise. Fifth We are for a tariff for revenue only. Sixth The democratic party has ever been the party ot personal liberty and religious freodom.-anis now and has always been opposed to any union of churcn and state. It is opposed to the entotment ot all laws the purpose or design t which are to sustain or enforce any religious tenet or sect, and to snr law, organization or soolctr, religious or political, secret or otherwise, that tends to proscribe any citizen for or on account of his religious belief, or to apply any duoh test as a qualification for public office. The seventh resolution condemns Gov. Bradley for ealltng out the militia during the session of tho legislature. Eighth We declare tho support ot the party nominees to bo the true test of party fealty, and that every nominee Is entitled to the individual support ot each member of the legal-tender We - stnto-at-larg- Beau-rhnm- 206. In the for a 825 prize, Misa Clyde McGInnis, of Danville, aged 14, won over five contest- a ants from different sections of the sUU. A Covlngta,Appolntmen FiUNKFOirry Ky., June 8. Auditor 8tone has appointed Mr. Ed. R. Bryson auditor.! agent at Covington. 1 " ''"BBisisisHbbw f 'BisiiiiiiiiiiB 7 rPsBfs"ssffs"s"s"sV BisiiiiiiiiiiiiiB SOUTHDOWN PRIZES. ,. Geo. McKerrow, of Wisconsin, won the gold medal offered by tl)? American !ontlido.wn Asswiation for filing the most points on sheep shown at tho fairs in 1895.' He showed his flock at 14 HtaUs district fares and scored 12.342J Medal ami Diploma at World's Fair. Pierce has been Chief Consulting Pnysiciaa was amtiut&ted. John Jackson &Sons. of Canada, were at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Instifek par iinjfit lor Ajer's Saruparitfe of Mrs. Kleaardcon. Ifaatti tute at Buffalo, N. 1T. He has csed the Good News From His Brother. F. W. Bar second, with ItEXiNlg-oN- , Ky.vJune 8 Mrs. Jane ren, .of New J.102J points; "Favorite Prescription " all the time, with Richmond, Ky Jnae , E. W. Wlg- York third, ;wit!i 2,037i uniform success. With it. there is no f .,M!as Hattie place, Ss ia reeeipt of a iet-- Bkhardifra, mother Reed of-th-e commonly isskited apon dis. ciss. of this .Bainbridge Richard6ea, who hits been points, and V. E Spicer, oil Nebraska, treating exaainatioBS and 'loctl .terirea fck brother Pi&Up, vrfee W. H. Smith, for many years s prom dboeea o ehrfaten Ah new battleship fourth, with, 1,062 pointe The,;ktter MPkGBUx, Ariz., In which be sttV ceaU seat to Werid' I only ftbewsd life'Swr faire. Medical AssocfatioH, Btt&do, ltoM 'Jour inent, merchant at Laucaev!, died, Jti Droeoectuwr 30 veesn for void Kwituck & die- Friday, xtorai-gt- ftt .1 that after . " 4 ' v wa loaated a daia for htm - Kww M "" MIIII" ...--.y, Made an Assignment. midgets, each less than four feet high, returned a verdict of not guilty in the Blancbesteb, O., June 3. Dr. O. E. have been married here. They are v B. F. French case. French was acComfort, of Oswego, N. Y., aged 52, cused of being an accessory to the kill- "Whltacre Tuesday assigned to W. G 33,000; Gregory. Assets, liabilities and Miss Eva B. White, of Monroe, ing of Judge Combs. about the same- Mich., aged 43. They have known each Quits Lawmaking. other for two years, met here by ap The highest building in the world, polntment, and are spending their Lancaster, Ky., June 2. Judge W. monuments and towers not considered, honeymoon E. Walker has resigned as the repre- is the Cologne cathedral. The height sentative in the legislature from Gar- of this building from the pavement to rard county. the copper tip on the spire is 611 feet If a no'trerlng Goes Up for Life. FIE8ELS DISLODGED. nor plant does Williamstown, Ky., June 0. The blossom, there's Sharp Engagement Near Hsnlcarogna, Ut little beauty in it jury Jn the case of the Commonwealth Which, the Troops It it is sick, and -- S. Milton Burgess found him guilty Havana, June -- Were Victorious. eports received jm 71Vvsjr l faded and with- - and sentenced him to the state penitenered and lifeless, here slate that three columns of Spani nobody cares for tiary for life. Last November: Burgess ish troojs, sating together, mete force it It falls short and Allen Johnson engaged in a game of its object in of cards near Dawningsville, during a of rebels near Mnnlcaragua, In the and after a being. It is political gathering, and a dispute arose, Remedial district, dislodgingthe sharp unfight succeeded" In when Johnson arose and moved away. gents "from the strong positions, insurfinished. occuTimes without While his back was turned Burgess pied by iherzn and compelling thorn to number vonica shot him through the heart. retreat, leaving CO dead on the field. have been likenBoy Fatally Injured. Colored Am'dngthe ln'surgenta illed were the ed to flowers and rightly. But Hopkinbvtlle, Ky., June 6. During leaders Toledo and .Fon&eca. The rebwhat of her a violent thunderstorm five head of els also lost 40 wounded. The loss of whose physical condition corres-- fine horse, belonging to NlckSaUeo, & the troops Is sot stated. EJssVC yC 'vJP'm with the wealthy planter residing seven miles Gen. Oohoa reports that bli command lo ssom lest west of this city, were struckby light- have defeated the rebel bdnds under plant? What of ning and killed. The stable they were Pancho and Rodriguez, near Jarnoo, the woman whom In caught fire and burned down, and a !a the Havana province, killing 14 of weakness has colored boy sheltered by it was also the insurgents. Three of Gen. Ochoa'a made not wholly " and wholesomely struck by the Hghtnlngfandfatally in- force were wounded: a woman ? Many jured. things lead to deForecast for Mo&day. Kentucky Assignments. rangement of a Millebsbcbg, Ky., June 8. Mr. J. A. iyWashihotoh, June 1 For Jfcen rackj Part." woman's delicate cloudy Tfeatbes,' preceded by severe local1 organism. It maybe dee to carelessness. Butler, one of the largest grocerymen, thunderstorms la western port loa.Ia the early It may be dne to hrsorance fostered by assigned to his father, Alex, llutler, morolEsn cooler ta westera- portion: northeriy, mistaken parents on the plea of preserving Friday. Assets icas. and liabilities not given. modesty. For fair trot .possibly local Mr. Thomas J. Triplett, farmer Bnd siowers In ex trtenosoathore portion It may result from improper treatment of ti lit to some minor trouble Whatever sickness a trotting horseman, assigned to Dr. W. fresh vsri ible triads. woman has, it seems always to affect the M. Miller. As&ests 94 acres of well ImTat BuUiBa Generally Isir la nor Ultra organs which make her a woman and these local thunder storms followed ty clear-m- g in turn woik upon all the rest. There is proved land, one mile west of town; weather la eoathera portion: Bortherly ench insanity among women. It is really liabilities, not given. a surprising that there is not more Kobbed a Dying Man. The troubles peculiar to their sex work Caught ?u t.....- -Paintsville, Ky., June C Two robetrortgly on the nerves. They drag upon MiddiJksboho, Ky., June 6. Fate Fin-lethe most delicate nerves in the body and bers broke down the door of the .sleepcolored ah employe of the furthe inflammation always present causes a ing room of Robert George at Town debilitating drain that will enervate the. Creek and stole a "trunkful of "va'tiable naces df the Watts steel and Iron synmost robust. machinery of Ir Pierce's Favorite Prescription has papers. Mr. Gecrge is 65 jears o'd, and dicate, v.fas caught in the brought comfort and health to thousands is dying of paralysifc. iHis nurses were an eleviitor Friday afternoon and Serious injuries- - His right leg cf suffering women. Tot many years. Dr. so frightened that they made no res4et-aseM-L- Niagara Falls, Midgets Wed. N. Y., June 8. Two Jackson, Ky., June 2. The jury hero B. F. French Acquitted. hi-r-c president of the United States, and to use all honorable means to secure his nomination " A minority report was presented by A. J. Carroll, member of the committee from Louisville. It omits tho Indorsement of Blackburn and Is the same on the currency and ovher issues. The financial plank in Mr. Carroll's report says: "We Insist upon a firm maintenance of the present legal standard of value, with such use of legal tender, stiver coins and Into ooln on demand, paper, convertible as can be maintained without Impairment or endangering the credit cf the government or diminishing the purchasing or power ot the money In tho hands of the people, and in the absence of an international agreement we protest against ths free coinage of silver, or the compulsory purchase of sliver bullion by tho United States ss injurious to the Industrial and commercial interests of the country, snd epeclally4lssstrcus to the interests of the farmer and the laboring man." The electors for the state at large are Hon. W V. mtth, of Madison, and James P. Tar-ti- n, of Ken tea The convrrilon adjourned at 1:11 A MISSING MAM. debt-payi- Mr. Bronston addressed the convention, aft- -. er which Blackburn was called tor. Nearly erory man 'n lne auditorium shouted for tho senator until that worthy stepped forth. Then the cheering was renewed altb vigor. He was given n tremendous ovation. After his speech the convention adjourned il eight o'clock Wednesday avonlng. The convention was callod to order nt eight o'clock, but the commlttoo on credentials not b- - lng ready to report, the other two committees could not report The organization committee has s great deal of work to do la thoroughly reorganizing the party machinery ot the state. It is for this reason that it could not report .Wednesday night, and the convention will not be likely to adjourn before Thursday afternoon. The time was taken upWednesday night in speeches by Evan E. Settle free silver candidate, for congress from the Ashland district. Gen. P. Wat Hardin nnd others- - There was In which Blackburn's also some troubles were told. The platform agreed upon by the oommlttee on resolutions indorses freo silror and nominates Senator Blackburn for president, Farmers Struck by Lightning. Fleming SBUBO, Ky , June 4. Ace song-singin- g, She u at the host brood mare on record 14 years of :12c, (thctimeof herdeath,) Baltimore. June & Wheat No. 2 rod spot and June, 67c; July havinj: five sonRjn tho 2:30 list, three of and August. 656CHc; September, MK01 them better than 2 19, two producinir Southern. 6753c. Cobn Mixed spot and Juno, 823t33o; July, S3Xc; steamer mixed, 3IK331i; southern, daughters and two more sons to take re MHo. cords. Oats No. 2 white western, 2525Ko: No S Time Onward represents the popular mixed do. S3K&M0. Wilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded ak; No. 3 nearby, S5c. 7 to be the greatest mixtnre of blood Pirrsumion. June a Cattle Extra, M.S034.K; prime. H.20&i.S0; yet produced. jrood, SliOQlSO; common, rl25150; calves, This rich breeding with such speed 12, 00 4.5a Hogs Primo, $15023.55; bost medium, S143 producing power and individuality as Time Onwakd possesses, will surely ge 150; common to fair Yorkers, SI 4021 45; trotters of the Inchest type. heary ho?s, fl 103125. Sheep and Lambs Primo. 11 753 80; booO, He is a beantiful brown horse, nearly 110X2170: common. S2.50Q100: choico $140 sixteen hands high, with fine style and 160. common to Rood yearlings, tl 0024.00; action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. spring lambs, 21002&00. fiSf Will stand this season at $20 to Indianapolis. Ind., Juno & Cattle All sold at Friday's quotations. insure a living colt. Boos Good sneep. sa&o&.lo. common to fair, 100(1140: culls. SI.50ffi2.2S: choico rearlinifs. M.7MA00: common to fair, i!3d4.50; aprias lambs, culls to extra, $1502600. Time OxwAitn'sdam was Nettie Time BurFALo, Juno a Cattlb Common to good fat cows. iiSOO (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:171, the aeO: voals, steady, aai23; extra, 1130. Hoos Yorkers. 81M)ai60. mixod paouers, invincible campaigner through the grand J1501C3; heavy, rough, SiSftaiOO; eirviii in 1S!)2.) by "Mambrino Time. sta2s. SiOftf&iix Sheep and Lambs Good to choico mixed (M' lrotiicrtoLady Stout), by Mambrino lb; quarter-bloo- d clothing, lilSc; medium delaine and clothing, 1231:0. braid. IKSUc; medium combing, Washed, fln merino, X to XX, 12o: medium clothing, US l3o, delaine fleeoe, I?l&c; long combing, 1VJS Full brother to "Shadeland Onnard" Ito: quarter-bloo-d and low, 1213o; common 2:1S, (Fire of Online 2:04.) by Onward, coarse. ll(Sla Chicago. Juno d Calls on July wheat opened at 63f 0, sold at 2:25i (sire of Rouzctta, 2:00?, and one 64Kc, last price C4a Pats opened at 6O&0, hundred and eighteen others in the 2:30 sold between OOK:260c. last price 6 )Hc Calls onTuly corn opened at S3n,o, sold be list, fourteen of which are bettei than tweenSOKOSSKc. last PrIc 29k'23o. puta lo.ir: . I'' Out. duiu ... ra, .,..,- - , . prico nv, 1. ui. wiivuK.u 4a Iali;81O04.7i Calves Only fair demand and market slow at barely steady to 23c lower prices. Common and largo, t3.00a75-- . folr to good light, HOOQ .B0. extra. M 73. Wool Unwashed, fine merino, Bl0c per 0,p. ' t'- - ndfin,IK.'in v . TiiDe' (toward Pitt 'MM Wm Sink asi !Pk ftH iifc 3 . . w hm hm a.a.., 30. ici'tto?6o, last Couutry Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of google to all parls of tovra. Canned Goods. 1; PntrV'n. Paltby the Barrel Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Gieeu Groceries SSPConus andsee me LtWB' at ow land hm , JUST RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM HTE-We- to choico medium and heavy, H3023.40; mixed. 11202135; choice, 1140(3 B.4S. EW YORK T- . - B. H. NEALE QON'T $T0P JOBACCO. How to Cure Yourself While Using It. WHATWOMFN SHOULD EAT AND HOW THEY SHOULD LIVE IN OBDEUTO OBTAIN A CLEAR SKIN. OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. COME Carpenter and Jerry Hall, two prosperous farmers of this county, wero struck by lightning Wednesday morning. Car- penter was instantly killed and Hall Is not expected to live. Paris, Ky., June 4. The Paris Gag Ca's plant was destroyed by fire nt 0:30 o'clock Wednesday night. Loss 65,000, covered by insurance. k Jtv Mt. Stkhlihg, Ky., June 6. Lew aged 35 years, an unmarried man, who moved to the eastern part of this county from Bracken county last fall, has been mistiing since Monday night. Friends were in the city running down every clew as to his whereabouts. Baker was in town Monday and left here in the afternoon, it is said, under the influence of liquor. About dark he was seen sitting in his buggy on the side of the road andnot far from his home, apparently asleep. Tuesday morning his buggy with the artic'es he purchased whi.e in town Monday was found only a mile from the city, but horse and harness as well as tho man-hodisappcarecL BaTcer, d Xaat Seen Asleep in His Bosgy by the Itoadslde Jfot yar Cronv Home. Sick Headache Permanently Cured "I was troubled, a long time, with sick headache. It was usually with severe pains in the temples and sickness at tho stomach. I tried a good many remedies recommended for this complaint; but it was not until 1 began taking The tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous 83'stem is seriously afiect-e- d, impairing health, comfort aud happiness. To quit suddenly is too bevere a shock to the sj'&tem, as tobacco to any veterate user becomes a stimulant that "Baco-Gurhis system continually craves. is a bcientific cure for the tobacco habit, in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin physician who has used it in his private practice since 1872, without a failure It is purely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly harmless You can use all the tobacco you want while taking "Baco-CuroIt will notify you when you stop. We give a written guarantee to cure permanently any rase with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per cent, iutere&t. 'Baco-Curis nota substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chewor smoke. o" ." o" Yonnc women who covet fair skins are neglecting a rare opportunity for accomplishing their ends if they fail to eat fiuit at this season of "the year. Nothing so purifies the system as a fruit diet and uotliing is so agreeable and effectual a tonic at this season. The good results are seen almost immediately in a clearer softer skin, a more healthy glow and brighter eyes. Now that strawberries are but 10 cents a box they should form a large poition of the daily iood. Pineapple is another excellent fruit when eaten shredded and not iu large lumps -- ASD SEE THE BAEGAI2T3 WE EA7E WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING 0DR TOE YOU ! LSRGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM SND LOWEST PRICES. Iu their sca&on currants'are au excellent SPRING GOODS. CTCHB . . - bkin tonic, and in common with most other juicy fruits are good appetizers. Almost ever' meal, and invariably breakfast, should be prefaced by fruit, a principle that is to be commended both from the medicinal and the epicurean stand-- J point. There are certain vegetables which should alw be partaken ot fretdy. LetCUKEU UY 11ACO Cl'liO AND GAINED TI1IKTY tuce asparagus, water rret-s- , spinach and tomatoes are all wholesome and likewise POUNDS. From hnnd red 8 of testimonials, the valuable aids in attaining a good skin originals of which are on file and open aud a clear color. ,No dinner should be lo in&peclioii, the following is presented: considered complete without a green Balad. -- STOCK OIF ott3$ Notions, hosiery, Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete :f:R'I'-"e- s s:s sight mn mm mil BRIDGEFORD'S SEE THM! EXAMINE THEM! !"!Hg-- . REST LIKE T ffHS$1 AND ERQ&- ROUTE l- ECONOMIST m P! 3 J.H.NEFF&C0, Stit. (Opposite Glyndon.) Main Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest CaUb Msirkef AVER'S anything like permanent benefit A sin gle box of these pills did tha work for me, and I am now man." C. H. IlrTCHiNGS, East Auburn, Me. For the rapid cure of Constipation, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Xau-seand all disorders of Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, take ll aiKus MjvVw Pills that I reeeivcf - - , ' por-tto- a: a, PricePaid. ERS Cathartic Fills e. venr yv.3fcacfcefMgatM. ?; i.hiytoii, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 28, 18i5. Such improvements in complexion as Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La fail to be wiought by changes of diet : Crosse, Wis, Gentlemen For forty may be brought about by observing a years I used tobacco in all its forms. F01 few other wii-- e rules. Scrupulous pertwenty-fiv- e yearn of that tiiiin I was a sonal ch:anliues8 is the firbt of these. A r 'at tv'iHVrer from general jjebihty and complete bath at least once a dav is abheart disease. For fifteen years I tried solutely necessary to a good complexion, 'o quit, but couldn't. I took various white the face should be uightlv stibiect- remedies, among others ;ed to a soap "bath followed by steaming. 'The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Doub- Frequent cold water baths for those who le Chloride oi Gold," etc., etc., but none Iran take them will act us pleasant ionics f them did me the least bit of good. and inviKoratore, and give a fine, healthy Finally, however, I purchased a box of tone" to the skin. your "Baco-Curo- " rind it has entirely Plenty of exercise Indoors and out. is ured me of the habit in all its forms, I tt?tritlwt rtittut In ; .... vsm.wl... I.. it ,no ' and T have increased thirty pounds in I.IaillfUld Hut a f:iir f,lcin w SDllllL' davs. weiglit and am relieved Irorn all the not ti bo obtained without cast, and iho numerous acbes aud paius of body and woman wno aimsat tlieposeiou mmu. I could write a quire of pfiper jouug 31 an ideal compicxion intibt Ite Hilling unon my changetl feelings and conditian to make n few sacrifices to compats it.Yours resptctiully, P. H. Makbuky, iiiilon lancet. Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. Sold bv all druggists at $1.00 per box, Itnlge George B' Eislin, of LoilLsvillo, hree boxes, (thirty days' treatment), lied Thuraday in Koine, Iluly iron-clawritten gnaranlef, i2.50 with ir pent direct upon receipt of price. Steamer St. Paul, of the Aninrfcau Write for booklet and proofs- - Eureka tine, raarla. the triplrom Sonfhai.ipton Co-- , La Cros3e, IVis., Chemical and Mfg. n New York in six dayH five, aud ono- 47-2-0 And Boston, ?Iaae. ''No-ToBac- ," " - CHICAGO. Solid Vestlbnle.1 Trains, with Bullet Parlor 7au. Kleuiinl Coaehe), DlnhiB WK!J Slmjiinv; Cars, m.d Is lest Improved PrlvRie Ueparlniont irntlet sieeiing tars, miu;nlfl-contl- y turniihed with toilet acccswirltii In each coniimrlnieut. Besi termlunl station. 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