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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fpii i - MiHHHlM f p tyanrurrin-rur- i nrririixrruriririp li $30.-00- " it--1tmmn vo " V . r ' - A- " ,- v "- - ifeS ' p- - rl',-fw----.- n JL um - . onnnnnnnnnjuuuinnxinnnnniiruinji nxu fc-- - Jf7l CAREFULLY EXECUTED, j'EXGEh-liENT- ' 1 ADYERT,SING MEDIUM. jud Tr--, mu -- lA'TTTr wuixrv g 3r uuixiruuiiirinjinjjjinruTJTJvrLaruinj mm is) RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1896. Highest of all in J VOLUME X ADVEE.ISI-TG- NUMEEE fr 2. - BATES. Why fa it wicked, if at all?" To that Drl Parkhurst wrote the follow- SPACE. Inch - Inches. I T.od 3 3 co 3 5 4 oo f 1 Inches- REGULATO THE BEST 4 5 5f-Ji-o- Inches J Inches l. - i 751 ii 3 JOJ 3 So, 5 oo 5 501 Si si; 4 00 700 3 5o 7 it 00 13 00 5 a 10 on CO D 12 KCol SPRING tsSl'l WON'S - jrt t5 f- MEDICINE sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion' Obituaries, resolutions of reopeet and similar matter at half rates. No specified position. iCaI ""Reading notices 10 cents 6 oo 9 6 co o co 13 8 oo 12 OO 7 lo oo 15 oo 22 7 17 23 OO 12 19 00 28 So IS 00) 23 00 34 00 18 00 270c 40 00 27 00 40 00 60 75 34 50 50 00 80 50 42 on 60 00 lioo 00 30 25 75 So ing reply: "It in not possible to discuss the Sunday bicycling question apart from the whole question of the meaning and purposes of the Christian Sabbath. For so broad a discussion I have this morning no time and a secular journal no space C. H. Parkhurst." It is known, however, that Dr. Parkhurst considers that the bicycle interferes with the proper observance ol the Sabbath. Dr. Parkhurst rides a bicycle. Dr. Collyer does not. The Rev. Madison C. Peters, while he yet does not ride a bicycle, is in a position to speakof bicyclists and bicycling with greater freedom than most of his brothers of the cloth. His church and the parsonage in which lie has his home are right on the Boulevard, where thousands of bici'clists ride, and so he is familiar with the new conditions. Dr. Peters does not regard bicycling on Sunday as wicked, when indulged in rationally and in moderation. "I do not consider it any worse to ride a bicycle than to drive a horse on Sunday," he said. "I think a little spin will do no one any harm. I would suggest that the bicyclist ride for awhile in the morning aud then go to church. "The way some of them go here is undoubtedly a sin," Dr. Peters continued. "They go all day and all night, some of them. They wear old blouses and get all dirt and aie not nice even to look at I don't like that. I think a man feels better behind a clean shirt." "While we all deplore the desecration of tlie Sabbath, and the bicycle Eeems to be the worst enemy of the church just now, it is the dissipation in bicycle rid-iu- g that is wicked. I believe you can dissipate in bicycle riding just as much as in anything else. And they do that here, many ot them. It seems to me to be wrong tor a man or woman to spend the whole day in bicycle riding. ' I think they would all do better to take a spin for a couple of hours in the morning and then go to church. "They can ride their bicycles to church if they like. I'll venture to say they can ride to any church in New York and find a place for their bicycles. "How about the bicycle costumes?" was suggested. "The bicycle costumes would hardly be proper to wear in church," answered Dr. Peters. "But taken altogether, I consider bicycle riding a good thing. While it seems to be taking many young men and women from the church it is bringing about a condition of better health and consequently better morals. It is taking forit 00 00 00 00 In- a line for first r-- j s s t . i. which shatter the constitution and Health. Don't forget the woid hm.il ator. it is Simmons Liver H i . . i l ATOR you want. The word REG-- i , Mk distinguishes it from all other re J .s. And, besides this, SIMMONS 1 n tJ REGULATOR is a Regulator of the I c Keeps it properly at v. ork, that your s 'f n m.iv he kept in good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS I v t . REGULATOR. It is the best blood p- and corrector. Try it and note t Jerence. Look for the RED Z cverv package. You wont find it on - v itier medicine, and there is no other I ,cr remedy like SIMMONS LIVER HMjI LATC)R-t- hc Kingof Liver Remedies. t SJ"C OU gtt it. LIVER REGULATOR. Don't lt- ''v 1S ie time you t nit st to wake up your Liver. A s i 1 ei brings on jdaliria, Fever Ague, Rheumatism, and many other 1 IS BICYCLE RIDING ON SUNDAY ? WICKED riy. ir J H 2&ilm&rvi.. Philadelphia, PV COLUMN. S. PROFESSIONAL ATTOB-TEY- 11 B. IIOGOJ, A TTORNEY AT LA W. I hmos I), Hi Kentucky up stairs. 1i-3- o ce No ii Fkt street, Having made for itself a place in the palaces of the nobility, and having furnished the favorite pastime for kings, queens and princes, the bicycle has at last invaded the church. It slipped in noiselessly and without attracting attention at the time. But now that it is in the wheel threatens to caute a change in church-goin- g customs. Matters are just now in a state of ferment and there is no telling w hat may come of it. Just now the bicycle teems to be, in a way, the greatest enemy of the church, if the effect upon attendance at divine That it service is to be considered. takes vouug men and women awav from the church on Sunday there is no question. Almost any ministor in tow n who discusses the matter without bias will admit that much, that is if iu his congregation there is a fair proportion of young people who are given to bicycling The elders, even if they do ride the wheel, are not apt to change the habits that have grown stronger with years, and so are not considered iu this connection. 100,000 until now 500 acres are under cultivation, and now 1,000 acres morebavebeen put in young plants, which will bear next season." There is now one strawberry farm of 100 acres, several of fifty acres and from that down to one acre. The business men, lawyers, doctors and clerks have the strawberry fever, and it is difficult to find a man in Sarcoxie who doesn't grow strawberries. The net annual income to the town from strawberries is about S40,000, and next year it will probably be over $100,000. About 0 is pnid in wages every year to berry jiickere, and this will be mote than doubled next year. It takes 5,000 persons to pick Sarcoxio's berry crop this year, and 10,000 will be needed next year. The berry growers have an organization that protects their interests and makes their crops profitable. They have banded themselves into a horticultural association, Which elects a directory of five from its members. This directory is iu perpetual session during the berry season, which lasts four weeks, beginning May 10. The association sells the products of the day when the day comes. Bids for the fruit are sent to it from all over the country aud the berries go to the firm that has the best commercial rating and reputation for honesty and bids the highest price. Ten car loads a day are the aveiage shipment from Sarcoxie. This means 6,000 crates, or nearly 150,000 quarts of berries. They are packed iu refrigerator cars in such a manner that they will neither jar nor shake, aud are sold in car load lots, except a few small orders that go out through the express companies. In loading, a row of crates is laid across the car and a strip of wood nailed to the ends and fastened to the sides of the car. row and layer after layer are thus laid until 600 crates are packed, then the car is closed and the berries are in cold Row-afte-r i:il ANT E. LILLY, I kiders on the doulevakd. On Sunday last it was estimated that A TTORNEY-A-T LA W, 100,000 bicvclists were out on the BouleKentucky vard, while a conservative estimate places UMOS'l), the number of wheelmen w ho left town s. W esmf MAtajniul Second streets by the ferries and railroads for the couni ilrs WW jHTicliee i alt the coans ol on Sunday last at 21 ,000 Those figv HHi tulJe4Hl3 eUftt ami Court o try ures were for New York City alone. lis. 3 There w ere almost as many in Brooklyn. And that is only the beginning. Every V H SMITH. clear Sunday from now on will see the .1 TTOJIXEY AT LA W numbers increased. 'It Is sc!s toay that bicyKkxtucky. within two months the number of New Rkhmond, roads in and about clists on the York will be doubled. That may sound irTi, e in CoHhu. Bu4C, like an extravaant assertion, but the s reports made by manufacturers of J C. & D. M. CHENAULT, show it to be well within bounds. The churches as a rule have been afATTORNEYS AT LAW, fected by the new conditions which have adoption of cyKentucky. come with the general Rkhmond, cling as a means of recreation. Hence, a problem is presented which the office on Seeai street, ever Cheaaalt's gro- - churches must consider seriously sooner :irj or later. One church in the West makes public announcement that accommoda STEPHEN D. PAJIRISH, tionb are provided for wheels, having set up a rack w here they are stored, w ith an A TTOJiNEY AT Ml W, attendant at hand who checks the wheels. Kentucky. Not only that, but some of tne churches Richmond, in town stand ready to welcome wheelIVltrnl Cavaau. Tr-- e Marks, Designs, Etc men, and a place will be provided for it a i faUntaWity al iflvewioe Tree of their wheels. ' usuryasfrcd frttfrirs. Moderate terms. ar,. -111 storage. The wagons from the berry farms SHEEP AXD WOOL. drive up to the berry shed in the evenCorrespondents, very generally, report Time Table No. 24, In Efing, thirty or forty at a time, and the a reduction in the number of sheep. A crates are unloaded. Each man's load of The wool clip, as compared with an avfect May 12, 1895. berries is inspected by the directors of erage year, is 88; as compared with 1895, of tobacco worms is a The 2N"D CLASS. 1ST CLASS. the association, which marks them thing of the past, if the claims of the EAST BOUND. Ko. , y,. the per cent is 84. The price of wool t. "good" or "bad" aud the farmer is gieu "N. S. J." Co., Richmond, Va., he Ex Ex Sua Ex 12 & cents per over the fatate averages true and their claims seem to be well a receipt for them. They are packed in pound. A. M. M r M. A. M. substantiated. VersaJHes 3 55 6 40 m W the car to fill this or that order according Not only is the labor and worry saved XkohsviKe HOGS 11 14 . to 7 35 to their quality and condition. At night but the farmer gets a greater number Valley Vkut u 4T 73! 55 S 11 The percentage of hogs being fattened Mittioa 11 38 use of Dounds of tobacco and a better a fast freight train picks up tiie care and p. v. .. ..- .for market, as compared with an average quality by the use of "N. S. J." y 13 30 pen 12 15 carries them off at passenger try in time. No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. Uwos 13 g . u o3 3a year, is 90. Number of correspondents KENTUCKY' CROP REPORT. The directors during the day have de1 13 31 The proprietors propose to give free Moberly reporting the presence of hog cholera is ., 1 4 1 jf cided to whom the berries shall go and of cost, under certain and reasonable Paaola 46 3 S larger than usual. 144 correspondents, . conditions, several hundred boxes of trvmc. 13 3 decision. RUREAU OF AGRICULTURE, LABOR AND STA3 there is no appeal from their representing 74 counties, report cholera, the compound (each box enough for TISTICS. The farmer in due time receives his reBIB CHARLES TCPTER. No. 3. No. 4. N.S. USTira one acre), and tobacco growers would while 69. representing 51 counties, anturns directly from (he conimsiou do well to write the Company at once WEST BOUND most prominent man in tho Dominion swer the questions negatively. Conditions June 1, 1896. for particulars. houses his fruit has gone to. todty. He is nearly 75 years old, but M. A. H. F. M. - M. . FRUIT. Irvine 3s S 0 The report on crop conditions June 1, The demand for Sarcoxie berries this has few indications of ageHe comes of ... 38 1 54 4 nd is a thoryear is such that the product of 2,000 is made up from replies received from Fruit has not escaped the effect of the sturdy Nova Scotia 4 40 15 Mefeerly . 2 mi 5 m 24 correspondents, representing 110 coun oughly eduootod mpjn,. it-berdrouth. While the condition of peaches Sarcoxie Umofl. them out into the air and the sunshine acres would not satisfy i 5 15 Personally ha is thUkset, deep chestRichmB 6 05 1 30 and grapes still remains excellent, ap5 4a 5o ries are shipped to Denver. Omaha, Sioux ties. and bringing them closer to nature-Go- d's 6 20 Mdtioa 3 oo $ 39 ed and rather handsome, a ready speakSpecial effort was made to ascertain ples are reported as dropping, presumably City, Lincoln, Des Moines, St. Paul and Valley Vieur 6 34 s 3 13 own work. And so they are going er and a tremendous iT..eJre- - Until re6 jt 6J 3 3I tt Ver uHe a to learn moro of His power and their Minneapolis. Kansas City does not get the true condition of the wheat crop on from the effects of the dry weather, until cently ho .was high co-- ,4 7 50 73 for June 1st, not only in Kentucky, but also from many sections the apple crop is re Cannda and lived in Lone. minds will become broader and their them, because about the time a.m. r. M. P.M. A.M. j x. ported a failure The most sanguine bodies better and tLe church will be ben- Derries are ready for market Kansas City in the principal winter Cecil Bhodes In Disgrace 'lar Go is flooded with the end of the Arkansas States. A full report from such States correspondent does not estimate the apTrains bet-- e - JTSFV, efited in the end." XKiliTDBWr-d-ilTrains etwee Tito years ago all England rang with Mrs. Elizaqeth Cady Stanton, when crop, or the first of the home grown would delay the issuance of this bulle-ti- u ple crop at over 50 per cent. The black- extravagant praises of Cecil Bhodes, but All trains connect w Scmthers Railway t than is desirable. We are, therefore, berry crop is generally reported the now ho has been implicated in the plot berries asked if she considered Sunday bicycling fruit. This year Sarcoxie and from Louisville, asd wk the CX.O.iT. in the finest in years. P. to and from Cincina-t- L w icked, seemed surprised that any one tickled the fancy and the palate of New only able to give the condition is to overthrow the Transvaal and Yon caB pend five hours la LovrtviHe, fcom t six York. Berries are grown and shipped States of Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and warmly censured by the very people STORMS AND RAINS. hours is Cuicianati or 13 hours .a LexigC-- a should so regard it. & , return to Richod at 3op. at "You know," she said with a laugh, from towns in the neighborhood of sar- Ohio. Ih Missouri the condition is 76, The month of May has been a memor- who were loudest in lionizing him. For through rates and other lafot nilan if any coxie, but not in such quantities, al being a falling off of 7 points since May able period on account of the violent Who would havo believed it? If the aert or addicts "that I am very liberal with my views bclc r ; in tor a paleat. vm&e me PLACE FOR WltBELS IN ClIUBCIIES. raid of Dr. Jim had been successful, on all thines. Even if I were not I though the farmers around Monett, 1. In Ohio the condition is 49 as against storms, wind, hail and rain. Kentucky, Rhodes READY TO would have been still a hero, 55 on May 1. In Iowa the condition is h The ministers if the churches referred could not help remarking what a grand, Pierce City, Reed's station and while escaping in a great measure the ?HTSICIA17S. disposition to good thing to have not yet shown a have planted a great many acres 96. In Kansas, 96. Both Missouri and lamentable loss of life that has befallen this bicycle riding is for every advertise the fact that special accommo-datio- u one, and particularly for women and iu strawberries this season forproduction Ohio report great damage from insects. many States, has suffered no inconsiderwill be provided for wheelmen. girls. And as to bicycling on Sunday, I n tt year. DR. H. R. GIBSON, WHEAT. able pecuniary losses by reason of damK. 0. DIVISION. The profits of berry culture are variaIt is a matter w Inch has not yet been am against bigotry and for common In reviewing the condition of the age to crops and property. The counties YriWIAX AND SVJiQEON, given much attention, but that new con- sense. The bicycle is going to be the ble with the season. The gross receipts wheat crop, it is necessary, on account of Ballard, Marshall, Caldwell, CrittenI'll Our factory on Laurel Street in RichKentucky. ditions will shortly be recognized aud great engine to break down the bigotory from au acre of berries are about $125. It of the unequal distribution of the rain den, McCracken, Webster, Todd, Logan, Kilhmom). mond is now running, and we are -- LEffect March 1, 1S60. prepared to fill orders for twist of tlie sometbiug done accordingly is certain. now existing, and particularly now ex- set them out and about as much more for fall during the months of April and May Clinton, Ohio, Franklin, Owen. PendleNORTH BOUND. position of costs about $15 an acre to buy plants and to separate rfue in she Joe IVahas iiniMing. 18 and 30 SecT The clergy as a rule are in the n isting among v.romen. the western section of the ton, Mason and Harlan report great damir.ct, orer Wbhc .sew drcs40re. "Pride nf itiyui-WMcultivation and other expense. A Sar- State from the central and eastern por- age to crops and soil from severe storms Expresa for Cincinnati,! arv the Rev Robert Collyer, who on this LV. "What a pitiful sight it was to see the vi ui vi-- l p. sr-A. M. fans. Jlavsville. particular subject said to aSuuday World young men standing about the corners coxie berry grower received $600 this tion practically had no rainfall from the of wind and rain. khester and Le x i n g to a : rejiorter Lucas Moore, I HAS. HOOKER, on Sundays, with their best clothes on, season forthe product of four acres of ex- first of April to about May 25, with the II, C 7.1S6.30 mail. A& Commissioner of Agriculture. "If bicyclists come to the service I sup- really not knowing what to do with ceptional berries and the purchaser paid result that the average dropped from 74 I ETEllINARY SURGEON, Cincinnati, Paris, Mays- for their pose we could find a place themselves, but willing to go into any for picking them. Another made $375 on May 1, to 57 on June 1, for this secP. M. ville. Winch ester and dr'idtuUe Ontario Veterinary Cvllege. "Psif oi Jacks" I l.Oo wheels in the vestry " of an acre, and so it tion. In many countiesthecropisreported 2.05 Lexington mail. thing in order to find amusement. The from WOMAN AND FASHION. goes. Some of the land on which straw- a failure. Livingston, London, Jel- mary IeMtistn' a Sterfkty a Specialty. bicvele has done much to change that. mcyclbs injure the chueches. The general complaint is that - . stjirs over New Yerfc Store, Grer 1.10 iico. Pineville. Brands, three grades. We can save you 12 & berries are mont successfully grown is not the crop is heading so slow and is so thin N. Y. World. 46- inu Firx streets. KichiBd Tho Iode of tho Moment The Witty monev. Send us a trial order; you will The fact that bicycle riding seems to Fast line for Livingston, A. X. fit for anything else and would not sell on the ground that great difficulty will EspeInteresting- Ways. Woman -- d Her be glad with our products. 11.43 Loadon.J eiuco,h.noxviliel 31f be drawing people away from the for $10 an acre. cially pleased to hear from country merTrimm inff a Straw Hat. he experienced in harvesting it. Com A GREAT STRAWBERRY TOWN. p. jr. A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, jr. C. JASPER, M. U it is a form of pleaschurches aud that chants. CECIL RHODES. Around aud about the town of Sar plaints are also received of damage from 11.48 3.19. Fans. mchester. Motlksiue and Surgery. ure as much as any otherSnnday amuseWhite & Ross, Tho most charming of tho now ma- but as it was a failure the P. M. Rowland. Lancaster and A. M. Thoumnd Pichrt Necessary to Gather coxie camped o.OOO berry pickers. Hessian fly iu this section. : Fit !,i . Collins Kuiklint:, Msiii Street. ment, naturally leads to the question comes of Capo Colony now finds himself in labeled 1.25 Stanford. lfcri Richmond. Ky. 49 The berry picking season is the annual tlie Crop Nearly 150,000 Quarts Picled In those counties lying west of a line terials is delightful"canvas." It 1 (the Cfirr Uce) oo IsSuodav bicycling a sin? There are Ht rusMlcACc colors, seeming to very hot water. Cecil Rhodes began his in such P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and r. x Hroxduay. vacation of the people within a hundred running north and south with the eastDaily Life Among the Berry Pick7:23 Stanford, among accept with special grace the tender career, in South Africa as a penniless Kentucky many who think not, especially K.. hm'im), or more miles of Sarcoxie. As the pick ern boundary of Daviess county, the rain- green, tho soft pink and tho hyacinth youngur some ers, Who Come From Everyon looking for work and Wanted-f- in Idea Who can thi- nthe clergy in this town, and who do not thing to patent; ing season approaches the horticultural fall has been more abundant and the blue. where. health. Els brilliant rise as a diamond Protect yonr Ideas: they may bring you wealth . hesitate to express their views. In fact, c uu-- . .raieni write jiiurt association advertises for pickers and crop is only prevented from making an Although tho voluminous skirt still miner, which was capped by his organ- neys. WssMBBtdn, D. C for their $1.U) prizeAttor- SSfOut-goinUK II. IL ROBERTS trains connect at Pask oSer divine, the sturdy, that begin to come in irpm the Ozark averoge crop by the ravages of the chinch obtains, its fullness is somewhat modi-fle- ization of tho Do Beers syndicate, was and list ol two hundred inventions wanted. with Lexington, Frankfort, they Kentucky Ilev. Robert Collyer. said he regarded 1ki. Coleman's Rural World, an agricultuMaysville and intervening points. and its conduct altogether less ag- his first step toward fame and fortune. country, Kansas, Arkansas Indian Terri- bug and Hessian fly. The late excessive Corner Duncan Avonue and the bicycle as a means of grace. g ral paper having authority, recently had trains connect at Wixcmbs-te- k gressive. It slopes gently outward from Tho organization of the British South tory and Oklahoma. They couie in par- rains are causing some apprehension of Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. with Lexington and points wst. So he told a Sunday World reporter, this to say: "Sarcoxie, Jasper county, ground, and carriea Africa company was tho next It looks the hips toward tho and Mt. Sterling and points east. fcJltice Hoare: S to 10 a. ih., 1 to 4 p. who put the question: "Is Sunday bi-- Mo , will ship more strawberries than ties of fifty and a hundred some times, damage from rust. The condition in the in its train, or rather wont of train. now as if the star of Rhodes were wan- trains connect at Liyi"s-ton- in-- , 7 to 8 i. m. their white covered wagons catchinc up twenty-twcounties lying west of the among others, at any other place in the United States." cling a sin ?" to him with Cumberland Gap, Knoxvilfe, --T X t twith one another or meeting at cross above mentioned line is 80 per cent of a Louisville and intervening points. the same time calling Dr. Collyer s at- KThe strawberrv is such a universally roads and naturally into parties. Somecrop. ...fel'BCIAI.TltK... ADMIRATION VS. SARAH FULLER. trains connect at Rw tention to the lact that more than 20.000 popular fruit that its production, even times a wagon holds father, children and full Combining the two sections the averTllHOAT AND STOMACH bicyclists had gone out into the country in a small way, is more or less interesting If you want the best Washing Ma- (near Stanford) with CumberkiRd Gap, grandchildren, all of them berry pickers age is 61, which is a falling off of 13 chine that fs made, one that a child Kuoxville, Louisville and interveig last Sunday. in proportion. C. O. Xowell, of Boston, has wagered points. except the very smallest children and points during the month of May. In the can operate, call on, or address, jP"Trains do not stop where no tine Sarcoxie. the strawberry town, was a $500 aplinst $1,000 with C. H. Nelson that DR. O. A. KENNEDY, DK. COLLYER's OPINION. oldest persons. Other wagons bring Southern counties the crop is ready tlie is specified. commonplace little speck on the map of Chas. Waller, his mate Admiration can defeat Nelson's PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, men and maidens For additional information, inquire of 'I do not consider it wicked," said Dr. Southern Missouri up to five years ago. a load ci young parents of them. chap to harvest, which is being delayed by E.it--X)'i'rispacers. uner. uotn are mare fcaran Richmond, Ky. r K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of Tliey the wet weather. The harvest period on eroned by the Kentucky. Collyer, "when the bicycle is used withRh hmond, Then its berries began to be known in go into camp along the road and are Each man has posted $150. The race ESyAgents wanted. other agents. an average is a week earlier in the State in reasonable limits. It is a good thing the world and the importance of Sarcoxie will take place at Mystic Park on No 24 Main Street, np ftice in Smith for them to go into the country. Let increased. For four weeks every year it sometimes two weeks m making the this season. st rs Office hoars 12 to 1 an4 4 to 5 o'clock. Tuesday, September 1. The conditions CORN. them go out into the woods and fields is the abiding place of thousands of stran- journey from their homes to the berry are railu heats, best 3 in 5, pay or play. patches. When they arrive at the edge and drink in nature aud get the cobwebs gers, who camp in its outskirts, make The corn crop is the only exception to Admiration is a black mare by Alcantara go into perDR. JOHN M. FOSTER, out of their brains. Some are driven at merry for the season and then go their of the berry country they the general complaint of crops damand has no record. Sarah Fuller is a bay Kentucky their business until their brains are full ways. Thej are tlie berry pickers. Sar- manent camp. One may drive to Sar- aged by drouth. An excellent stand was -Us hmond, mare bj' Nelson and has a mark of 2:29. X-THE.IHSTANT RELIEF roll BET fsok of cobw ebs. As I said in a sermon once, coxie is a spring time Mecca to traveling coxie over any road leading to it aud obtained and the crop, generally speakwill find both sides of the roads' lined it is better for them to go out into the freight agents of far off railroad compaing, is in a very advanced stage for the 1 clcphose at office and residence. LOUISiVILLE TOBACCO MAR- country and get the cobwebs out of their nies and the buyers for fruit handlers all with camps. season. In the central and eastern porKET. There "s a holiday air about a bet ry tions of the State the crop has made brains than to come to church and have over the country and they regularly asG. W. EVANS, M. D., ramp. The men play quoits or base ball steady growth during the drouth, while me put another cobweb in. tonish the natives with theirgood clothes - Kentucky Richmond, and the women and girls look on and in the absence of the usual wet weather PUBLISIKU) BY Q LOVER 4 DUKKETT, LOUIS "The Scripture says: lhe Lord AAA and city ways. CoBcCrnps,Dii!iJ,Ri.aolCTa sm CURES MorboHaving retired frem the practice of medicine Changes of Water, etc Ai . era! years age, not the legs of man.' And we SSnC il5fr5(7iTi-liVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. 'W for reasor best Laewn to my There is something ephemeral about gossip. Gray haired men and bent old interference with work the crop has rer 1' Vff VtT urAICf t r-. Nausea, CTritfhe-Rite- - of -- Tt Ril t vrS self, I aeaia offer ".v srofessiau services to the will go on improving ourselves with thib 3XX Animals, Serpents. Bugs, eic places like Sarcoxie. For several days women are found in almost every camp ; ceived unusually good cultivation up to -- . Person desir "Hvi?p'i Kicha-a5" "V aft i BREAKS LaGrippe. Influenza. camp keepers, the old men the. beginning of the rains. Since that Sales on our market for the week just tr., my servicec wtil uutl zy emce nrsc uoor nortu new form of exercise, until every man or weeks the place is full of life and these are YOUKO LADY'S UIXXEB DRESS. Croup, Sore Throat, etc. & Jvi-U---cf the residence ofN. U "Deaiherage on Second 5 will stand on his own feet- - We have money and strangers. One day the sea- looking alter the horses and the old time it is beginning to show the need of less weight than did its predecessor, the closed amount to 3G47 hhds. with rei.reet SXi S32 SMELLS GOOD, TASTES GOOD. DOES GOOD EVERY TlMr. seen In ceipts fcr the same period 3825 hhds. been doing so much riding in carriages son ends and the town wakes up and women cooking. The youngsters are work. at 25c and EOc Par BctL'e. No Relief, No Pay. skirt of yesteryear. Sleovea Sold Vf? aud cars aud the like! Now we will de- finds itself as dull as ditch water; all the very independent, becanse. after all, In the western counties where the newest models from Paris aro Emaller Sales on our market since January 1st, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, 222 HERB JttEDlCtNE CO. to 82,947 hhds. Sales of the crop velop the other way. life gone and the deadly inertia of the they are the best wage earners. A child rainfall has been more bountiful during and fit tightly to tho art six Inches Practtiwner in Medicine and Surgery, them go into the country," he village comes hack. This is true of cm pick berries better than an adult, April and May, the late excessive rains above the elbow, exhibiting their full- of 1895 on our market to this date ffitffer-XFJfiHtf- fi "Let Kentucky top, and sometime-- disRichmond, continued. "The body is the anchor towns noted for the cultivation of hops and the best pickers are girls from 1" to have put the crop in bad condition as ness only at the thero and permitting a amount to 79,034 hhds. pensing with it healthy body in its vicinity; or towns like Astoria, 10 years ot age. We have had Yery large receipts and ground of the life, and a Office nod fesldenee on Third Street. Many corresponregards cultivation. plaited epaulet to supply tho necessary usually hold a shattered 60ul. So, Oregon, where Columbia river salmon paid at the rate of one dents reports the field as being overrun width on tho shoulder, without which sales on our market this week and there won't The pickers are Mom-mental DENTAL STJEGEB.Y. we should welcome this means of grace." are packed, and where the town is and cents a quart; six cents a with grass and weeds. It is also being wo havo not yet made up our minds has been a decided general improvement in the condition of the tobacco on sale. (I$?fc I MASUFACTURKR A2ID DEALER cents a badly damaged iu low lands by overflow. that lifo is possible. "Do you, then, consider the bicycle a turned into a citj- whle it is going on. tray of four boxes and thirty-si- x t$S!r . -DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Tho tulle gown is a charming posses- The verj common grades of hurley have means of grace?" was asked. Reports still show an unusual large The strawberry farms surrounding Sar- crate On each farm is a berry house, young women, but been somewhat lower this week while wsBK DENTAL SURGEON, "Why not?" answered Dr. Collyer, coxie are on a high table land of sandy generally in the middle of the patch. percent of 1895 crop still in farmers' sion, especially for & heartily. "In its way, it Is a very good rocky soil, which terminates at a bluff, In this the besries are received from tho hands. The condition over the State it weara badly, calls for a foundation the good' grades of leaf have shown some Richmond, ofafefcvor satin, and demands jeweled imDrovelhent in values. The averages 93. thing." pickers and packed in crates. at the bottom of which lies the town emPj 'aW'to. Jeweled embroideries The following quotations fairly repre Owe- - Smith building, Maia Street. Office I DR. PAEKIIURST's IDEA OF IT. r''lUXIirle8 ano yet women like any other country town, that is, picker, when he has picked a tray full, OATS. Tablets, hcur , 00 to 12 M.; lioo to 4 J'. y "buildings presents it at the window and is given a A dinner dresa sent our! market for hurley tobacco 1895 - Practice limited to dentbtr. v($- ! The opinion of llev. Dr. Parkhurst oh composed of little "of the oat crop, shows Urns, The condition . green and pink silk, trim- loop: a square. On one corner cf the yellow ticket, signed by the owner of the marked effect of. the drouth. Many coun- in c Wjkgak. J A. Y4.TRS- - the same Hubject "was sought Dr Park- around town Etc: med with -- rillinga cf tho same, white Trash (dark ordamagediS 1 00 to 150 six cents. When he has Eqiiarc, however, is a big farm, goodjor hurst was suffering with such a severe Sarcoxie ties report the crop a failure throughout, lace, and jeweled Dossementerie, fur Common colory trash 2 00 to 4 00 MORGAN & fATES, fvitu strawberry money. earned six of these he may exchange while attack of hoatscness that he could not re- stone bank built FINE W)RK A SPECIALTT in others the rains during the lat nishes a pleasing dinner dress. to good col trash to &00 blue crate ticket worth thirty- Dl ceive a visitor, but was -- tad enough to Sarcoxie discovered "that it was particu- them for a ter part oLMay are reported as haviug a Common lus not coiory 2 00 to. 4 00 Kentucky, lilCHMuND, Tho Witty Wosjai request that the question be submitted larly designed iojr strawberry culture in six cents. An average picKer can eirn wonderful effect in reviving the prospect JjBL fj ffi 4 50 to 7 OG before that a nursery $1.58 a day during the busy season. The especially good" conversa- Common 'colory logs Wide reading is not to him in writing. Accordingly these 18S9 A few yeate in the later sown portion beOfihi-Ma- in Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 w&l Street, OTer luditon National Work delivered to any part tt&t,: man put out a fesv plants and found the tickets are not cashed until the end of ing benefitted. In the western counties tion, and one may talk about a thousand questions were framed :' ComsaoB to ttiedium leaf 5 00 to 3 0Q fevr TVsncna and things and not .make ono of tbn - df-- fa w7 HIP"-PMand" six hun- berries therefrom J&eedingly good. He the Beason. They are, however, cashed the crop is in a normal condition "Twenty-onthousand The ySL'vC- . A good talktx must be a judg Medium - " g 00 to IS W iPh rr which were so iu trade at the stores and by cert dm J. L. HARRJS, M. D., D. D. S. dred bicyclists left New York for the then planted a felf acres, oyer the State averages 69. and mast posees- - a sense Good to toodle15 aa to is oo of of condition country by ferries and railroads Sunday profitable that'hm neighbors gave up the thrifty persons who make a uimnes c she lacks ths first of these Select wl Ippery lett If 00 TOBACCO. 18 to Kentucky. giving $1 in cash ifor lUuuoND, theirj "shaving" them, - J . she will aoi fit her topic Us last. Were they doing a wicked thing iu cultivation of ccrn and planted K!rJnttt' a i,vi- h- .:' i Tbe- qMkMk r sot pfic;ornec j: rac "11 C-yhe last ten days of May migfati.be attribute, lillMPW 1.25 hi tickets. Tickets are iegai b- The r n and Iridic rork a bicycle on Sunday ? If not, stony fields with strawberries. lV oomrWiong. If 'she laoka the eeo-- b&tegrl M frosted trope, - ce riding the -" r eT Wallace AJUccJlain -- troit. ijcehouisp when is Stmday bicycliug-- ot wicked strawberry acreate increased gradually derlor eyerv.tb.uig in Sercoxle, b$ca to- -' termed continuous tobiweo mmm,3 cad,,-it-- cr devil or man can p i: ? r, VW Uli m -rlfiin 1 r' t iti " if ' o e-u . a " ' v " 'r ii'' --r - " ' I 'I rh iI II ' v - U . if- -i I T.ar?! i they are backed by the Horticultural association. The merchants, barbers, doctors and druggists take them as the equivalent of cash, charging nodiscount. A berry patch duriug the picking season is a lively sight. When the berries ripen fast the picking must be done expeditiously, therefore, two pickers are set to work on each row, one to either side, and in almost solid front thepickers work-dow- n the field. When ripe berries are not so plentiful the pickers scatter, picking wherever they can find berries. Tne berries are picked into boxes, four in a tray, which s made of lath, stands on legs aud has a handle. A fast picker straddles the row of berries and picks with both hands, moving his tray before him as he goes. It is a profitable plan for families to pick together, members who cannot pick carrying the trays to the berry house and bringing back the tickets. Sometimes one will see a.Uiuily of five or six persons, father, mother aud children working industriously side by side. Or a little bunch of girls will work together, chattering gaily and teased by young men, who work as close to them as thev can find ripe berries. A young man and his sweetheart will join issues and whisper sweet nothings while they work. A berry patch in the sunlight is a pretty sight. The women all wear bright calico gowns aud sunbounets and the men, in their blue overalls and bright yellow "cow breakfast" huts, lend a touch of color to the scene. On one of the farms 1,000 pickers are often at work at one time, and the scene is worthy of being perpetuated on canvas. The berry houses are scenes of great activity. The quart boxes, or cups, as the berry pickers call them, are put together ready for the pickers Then the crates are nailed together, for all this material comes "knocked down" from the mills. It took twenty-thre- e carloads of "knocked down" box material to fur niah boxes and crates enough for this season's crop. The example of Sarcoxie's farmers will be followed by many in Southern Missouri next year, and it is likely that the people of New York and other parts of the East w ill get their first taste of the season of strawberries from these same Southern Missouri patches. Kansas Oitv Star. livening Latest U. S. GcVt Report DLfet I Baking A REAPER? st n YOU i ABS0E.1JTEEX PURE irum oeing rrequentiy and. mortally dulL Then no woman will ever talk xally well If she is Impressed with a desiro to trot out her learning, to parade her long headedness, and to show discreetly tho blno- - stocking which aho Wo go to tho dictionary when wears. we wont definitions, not to dinners. Nor will tho truly witty woman deal In perpetaal epigrams or flro off a at every subject introduced. The witty woman will take as well as Ijivo, for sho loves wit in others, and irtira it np by her sympathy and her jirotty art of listening. She will bo paring of the fun and reticent of In generalities the mediocre take refuge, and meditoto foolishly upon the life they cannot understand. No woman has moro success among men than the witty woman, and, strange to siy, even the Btupid males adore her. The witty woman is ono of the joys of life. Even if she has a large waist and anall income she will find a welcome orerywhere, for she sets tho present dsneing to a lively tune, and is a bird tliat sings even when tho showers of ft.to axe wearily and pitilessly falling. bon-mos gen-(iraliti- DO YOU with the result that a larger percentage of the crop was set prior to June 1 than ever before in the history of the tobacco growing industry in the State. The reports show thai an average over the State of 88 per cent of the crop has been set. The stand is excellent, except in the low lands, where the plants are reported at drowned from overflow. The tobacco fields are in common with the cornfields suffering irom want of cultivation and The from overflow in the bottoms. acreage as compared with an average year is 83. As compared with 1895 the the acreage is 92. HEMP. WANT A MOWER? We have 'em, and the best that are made. CULTIYATOES Now's the time to use these machines. The hemp growing section lies wholly in that portion of the State where the drouth was severest. The effect on the crop is plainly shown in the general average for condition, which is 72. The acreage, which was estimated at 105 on May 1. has been reduced by late sowu crops perishing. This decrease has been repaired to some extent by resow-ing. SiioGKelford - s- ;. i - wM iM entry, i i - '.- ig.-t, RICH M( - i D, KEN1 UCKY. - - r - - Canada is about to hold a general Pastures were never shorter at this ekiction, and Sir Charles Tupper, who season of the year. Many reports of the r&jently succeeded Mackenxio Bowell as blue grass being killed by the drouth are pr3micr, leads the Conservative forces. Si- - Charles has long been a power in received, while the damage to young politics and is probably the grass from . seed sown in the spring, is Canadian enormous. The condition averages 70 for the State, and the condition of young grass is 62. pastures. The Canadian Premier. 50c. and $1 per box. 6 tor 55. Japanese Pile Ointment. 25 and 60c. per box. Japanese Uvtr P. n. I,, aa miu-- o. fre-Stt-ul&U- Will care all kirld of Pilrti. Why f nfler wit rr Mri disease? Wo civo written le jruarnntc- - wltrvG$1.00 boxe,to refund the,ntiny ifliot cured. Mailed to any address on receipt ol price. Iho Japanese Hie Cre Coiaila-- Sk n, BSySoldby W G. White. Druggist, Rn hmond. Kj i- - Don't Let The Horn Worms Destroy Your Tobacco. B. i', I. & B. B. B. New Preventive! g hand-pickin- S-- y,. S- -a B j Rich-to- ad .. U. 1 0 bicy-clo- 1-- 12 r- 1 A- stk San-oxi- jff ... wheat-growin- g jj J u... .. . S- I ontTM.'.. : 1 J-- od y ...the TWo J' Jeffij. JoDe? -- C I I tK-- et 4- Went-wort- ... SUPPLY THE TRADE L. & K. R R. 27- i1 " ii - I T ', three-quarte- M i" cr 11 S1TQDIO '! m . broad-minde- d wtjur g d --- Ciet4i, fc-oth- Ve: Out-goin- cj - o Iota! 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NEWBY. Miss Lucy Adams, of Waco, visited Miss Belle Million last week. Esq. John Stapp and T. J. Million weighed a fews days sinco to John Par-ris- h a nice lot of heifers at 3c per lb. Miss Mattie Holman spent Saturday and Sunday with her Bister at Nicholas-vill- e. PUBLISHED XVE&T WKDNESDA.T Ths Glimax Printing PRICK Go. FKlt YTfiAlt, $1.50. 1896. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17. CADIOATES I - - C. F. Rock and J. W. Scuddcr were on the ridge Friday night, John S. Owsley, of Lincoln county, is John Horiue, Jessamine county, sold a candidate for Congress, to represent more than four thousand quarts of strawthe 8th District, subject to the action of berries, this season just ended. On the sick list are Author Stotts and the Democratic party Pbyor Foree, of Shelby county, is a Mrs. Vincel Collins. candidate for Congress, to represent It is reported that since the fishing the 8th district, subject to the action of partv Dr. Davis has a new set of finger the Democratic party. and toe appendages, Stineman wants no more fish, and C. F. Brock refuses to FOR JUDGE Or THE COURT OF APPEALS. drink coffee. Judge V S. Pryor, of Henry county, is to the office of a candidate for BLUE LICK. Judge of the Court of Appeals, from this DELAYED. District, subject to the action of the Dem.Beans are ripe and plentiful, and garocratic party dens are yielding the reward of the planGovernor Bradley has withdrawn ter; farm life has reached its charming season. from the contest for President, Dr. O. T. Azbill, one of the oldest Now that Congress has adjourned, the physicians of the county, died very sudcountry Bhould settle down a little, and denly Sunday night at 12 o'clock, of await the action of St, Lou"i6 and Chicago. cholera morbus. He was a minister of the Christian church, father of a large have dynamited the aque family and a good citizen. Dra. Lusk Insci vents duct that supplied Havana with water, and Cornelius, of Berea, are bis as is also Isaac C. Davis. He was and it is expected now that yellow fever, pox and measles will do the re6t buried Monday evening at 5 o'clock with small Masonic honors at Berea cemetery. No As Minnesota and Wisconsin send man in the mountains held the hearts of delegates to the Chicago the people more than Dr. Azbill, among, convention, that body will not have a whom he has labored so long in his dual majority for silver and will capacity. Kind and eflectionate, charihave to chance the rule of fifty years table to a fault and fniitful in standing or fail of nominating a free- - good deeds and works, he will be mourned by a large connection, and be silver Democrat, missed by the sick and afflicted. FOR OOSOKESSS. s, U NCCMET- - eoand-mone- y two-thir- y It was a delightful erally patronized, occasion for all. The conductois and chaperons were changed every hour. The net proceed amounted to $42.65. Georgetown Times. CONGRESS IN THE SEVENTH. At the school election on Saturday at the Blue Lick school house, Mr. Will The trolly party which was given last Ed Johnson was elected trustee vice J. Friday afternoon and night for the ben- G. Allen resigned. The election was a efit of the Episcopal church- was a most one and resulted satisyoung ladies each quiet and orderly decided success. The factorily to the community. attended bv a chaperon took charge of Miss Tankersley, of Ber6a, visited Miss the cars at 3 o'clock and from that time things lively. Laura Allen last week. until 10 o'clock they kept The day was very warm and the cars Mr. John Johnson is building a new and refreshment room, where ices and fence in front of his farm. strawberries were served, were both libAsmnll worm or bug is destroying the com in many fields. Dewberries are ripe. Squire Johnson lost a valuable horse Friday last by death, it having suddenly fallen down while working in a road wagon. Rev. Jas. Allen has greatly improved his farm with fences and other changes. lie is a hard worker. Mr. John Anderson and Miss daughter of Rev. Robert Ambrose, were married at the home of the bride's parents last Thursday. No cards Mr. Joe Bowers, who has been a faithful worker in the Pilot Knob Sunday school will leave for his Ohio home the latter part of the month and from there he goes to New York to prepare himsell for a missionary to China. The best wihhes of this community go with him. Tobacco is gSfaftig nicely and doing well and the prospects are good for a fine crop. Am-orose, TROLLY PARTY. gation of Baptists here, of which bo is, WAOO: pastor. Miss Sne.'Deatherage if. visiting' her Dr. Poyntz, of Richmond, was called anut'j'Mrs.'B. Wagers, thisjveek. here Siturday to visit Mrs. W. S. Young, Judge J. .M, BeutuU and family, of wlvb Ins been an invalid for a long time. Wiulrtwter, visited here last week Horj.'C. L. Searcy was in Irvine last VALLEY VIEW. Saturday on business. Miss. Lena Stivers, of Lexington, is visDEIAYEIl. Rev. W. W. Williamson, of Ia?xington, iting hef.cousjp, Miss Lena Stivere.- . j a Cainpbellile Minister.begana protractMiss Nancy Hume returned last week ed meeting here from Millersburg, brilrging with her who will malio a The 6eries of meetings being conduct- Miss Bessie"-Rediuoed by Revs. Baird, Vaughn and Scott, at protracted stay. Siloatn M. E. church, is arousing the Mr. Leonard Tow Linen 'was here at people to do a duty they owe God and church Sunday . , humanity, whereby many are partaking The reported wedding to occur this of tho bread of life freely. week, in this community, has beon found A large bell has been purchased and to he myth. a , will be placed on our church Mr. M Lackey and wife visited Boones-borouMii Viola Million closed her school hist week. at (his place Friday, and returned to her Mrs. Jas. Wilcox aud son, Warren, of home at Richmond. .She performed her expected to visit Mrs C. C. duty well and gave satisfaction to her Paris, are Maupin this week. numerous patrons who regarded her as Miss Lucy Adams has returned home one of the most efficient teachers in the county inculcating in the minds of little after an extended visit to Richmond. learners that which Bacon says is power. The C L. Searcy & Co., tiling factory Harry Spurlock and V. R. Beck visited at Searcy on the R. N. I fc R R is in full the former's sister, Mrs G. W. Hutch- blast. Their first kiln was burnt last ison, at Keene, Sunday. They made the week and the tiling proved to be of superior quality to any other ever burnt trip on their bikes. Hon. Henry George, of Graves connty, heie. Everybody is cordially invited to visited his son, Edward George here one visit the factory and see the work dene t tt day last week. Mr. George, is a candiPANOLA.. date for Congress from the first district subject to the action of the Democratic Rev Millard Moore preached here party, there being two others one a Saturday night. He attended the confree silver man and the other a ference at Irvine last week. sound money candidate. He is an enthuRobert Moores, of Bybeetown, with his siastic silver man and seemed confident family is visiting the family of his brother-in-that he would be the nominee, which law, Dr. Johnston. would be equivelent to an election. Rev. Jos. Crow will preach Saturday H. E. Fuller, who is employed by the ParSouthern Lumber Co., and Fuperintends night. Subject, 'The Evidence of don." the buying of logs for their plant at this Prof. It. C. Adams organized a large place, has gone home on a brief Btay at singing clasj at the school house Saturday North Branch, Mich. evening. They will meet again Friday night. The Prof, is never so happy as OALEAST when he is teaching a class that wauts to delayed. learn. Give him a boost. Tobacco is looking well in this vicinRev. Parsons will preach Saturday and ity. Sunday at the usual hour. Mrs. S. T Cobb is visiting her daugh Robert Lakes, who was shot some time ter, Mrs. J. S. Terry. ago, is said to be getting well. Miss Harriett Mitchell has returned Officers of the law were here last w eek from quite an extensive visit to Paint doing some work. Lick. Rev. Crow has moved to his new house Miss Nannie Ballard is the guest of in town. Mre Ed Ballard, near Paint Lick. Born, to the wife of Pres- - Wilson, on Mrs. Wm. Martin is expected home Friday last, a girl. from Texas this week. Miss Nancy Lowry. of near Nicholasville, is the attractive guest of Miss Hairiet Mitchell. PERSONALSMr. James A. Bratton, Sr, has returned from Lexington.where he attended the convention. Miss Bessie Spears went home Friday. Mr. R T- - Jones, of Mt Sterling, is Miss Mabel Terrill is home from Belle-woovisiting Mr. R. L. Martin. l ttt . Prote the merit Cures NEW YORK FASHION. TKAVEUXO SLEEVES, DRESSES, DUST CLOAKS, NEW INDEPENDENT WAIST, DUEhfES, SHADE HATS. ION. OBAT1UAT1XO , Cures Cures Cures Cures Cures Cures Cures Curos t-- gh of Hood's Sarsaparllb tlve, perfect, permanent Cures. The traveling dress and general street of scrofula In severest forms, Hko goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip costnme aro now so nearly allied, that disease, sores In the eyes. scarcely a distinction exists, and for cith of Salt Rheum, with Its Intense itching er purpose light weight cotton canvass is burning, scald head, tetter, etc and the newest material 8 A. new'jacket back of Bolls, Pimples, and alt other erupis noticeable in cotton canvas suits very tions due to impure blood. of Dyspepsia and other troubles where, short with four plaits, and as a matter, a good stomach tonic was needed. of couree.the usual jacket front with late of Rheumatism, where patients were unor chiffon vest for street use, and silk able to work or walk for w eeks. for traveling. It must not bo infered, of Catarrh by expelling the impurltiea which cause and sustain the disease. however, that mixed wools or brilliaa-tin- e of Nervousness by properly toning and are no longer in faror for traveling feeding Uie nerres upon pure blood. of lhat Tired Feeling by restoring dresses. The suits posses the advantage of having jacket and shirt waist, the strength. Send for booTc of cures by post, New Orleans La. Editor Climax, Richmond, Ky. Sir Gen. J. B: Gordon. Command- 0 LiUlftiH ing United Confederate Veterans, respectfully requests that you will aid the patriotic and benevolent objects of the United Confederate Veterans by publishing in your next issue, date Reunion is to take 'place at Richmond, Va., on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, June 30. and July 1 and 2, 1S96, with editorial notice oftho organization, or please publish this letter. Also to soldiers and sailors urge every where to form themselves into local associations, and apply to these Head quarters for papers to organize in time to participate in the great Reunion, and thus unite with their comrades in carrying out "the laudable and philanthropic objects of the organization. Business ot the greatest importance will demand careful consideration during the Sixth Annual Reunion such as the best methods of securing impartial history, and to enlist each State in the compilation and preservation of the history of her citizen soldiery; the benevolent care through State aid or otherwise of disabled, destitute, or aged veterans and the widows and orphans of our fallen brothers-in-arnithe care of the graves of our known and unknown dead buried at Gettysburg, Fort Warren, Campus Morton, Chase, Douglas, Oakland Cem- Hood's SarsapariSia To C. former supplying additional warmth, or dipensed with at pleasure. Handsome dust cloaks are of changeable or strip-itaffeta silk, or of mohair made in circular shaped with "Connemara hood-- " TnE SMALL SLEEVES I. nood & Co.. Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. r are the best pills, aid digestion. 25b after-dinne- tlOOU S FlllS is not only on ita way, but is here, refagarding costumes of medium-weigbrics, but organdies and inependent sdk waists, intended for fashionable watering places, have sleeves just as laige ever. A coat sleeve with rather a small puff at the top, leaving the elbow (and arm a few inches above) in sight, is certainly a marked change. A very strong tendency towards added basques with jacket fronts, is noticeable in new independent silk waists, having smaller revere elaborately trimmed, and fancy vests. A white silk muslin waist, composed of throughout of inch and a half wide tucks, is a recent idea; but to all costumes and seasons, the fragrances of Murray & Lanman's Florida water imparts an indefinable charm is never ost ht FROM THIS DATE NO MORE GOODS WILL BE SOLD TO ANY ONE ON amidst our attractions. THE FIRST OBJECT ttt The race for Congress in the Ashland district already has the biggest field of starters that have faced the flag in many a long day, and the contest promises to be a memorable one. Every county except three (Oldham. Woodfordand Bourbon )has a candidate, and one county (Fayette) had three. Henry county pre Owen names Evan seuts John Settle, Franklin offers Jas. Andrew for W. Srott, Scott ask6 a C. Owens, and Fayette has three favorite 6ons. Col. W. C P. Breckinridge, Hon. Chas. Bronsion and Col. John O. Hodges. Breckinridge is the only sound money man in the bunch, and if theyaHstayyKf-cJc- k theiSilyer Tn'iat"- - will doubt, oack to the halls of less make his Congress. Shelbyville Sentinel. ART AMATEUR. Having plenty of rain in this vicinity now. Mr. H. E. Allan has returned from the city. Miss Hainer Mitchell has returned from Paint Lick. Mrs. S. T. Cobb was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. S Fenny last week. Miss Nanx Lowrey, of Nicholasville, is the gueslof MT;2? Uanier Mitchell. Mk8 FIoren-- 0 bb, of Foxtown, is the. guest of Mist Nannie Terryv Miss BeUfaCvflTitchell is visiting her auii-S;r- irs ri. Guyn, nea:-s- int Lick .er -,-- KIKK8VILLK. DELAYED. ttt strikes a baby is born in the world and it may be said with equal truth that ev er' time the clock strikes the hour someone, somewhere, starts to work, in some practical art work, to whom "The Art Amatuer" then becomes an absolute necessity. To all and sundry such and many more, some account of the con tents of the June issue will be of interest. It gives illustrated articles on E!e- mentry Drawing, Pen and Pencil Draw and newspaper mg for reproduction work.Hints for Sketchesand Instructions for Book Illustrations, Flower Painters, Portrait painters, Figure Painters, and Makers of Pictures on Pastel, China Painting articles illustrated and all of including the womanlike practicalness address recently given by Miss Helen Montfoft with such success before the Bridgeport Ceramic Art Club and elsewhere and the beginning of aseries of brief Biographies of Noted American Chi na Painters, illustrated with portraits. and Pyrography. Needle- wook and Embroidery, Interior Decora tion of all kinds are treated of fully, and practical working designs in most of these departments are to be found in the Supplements. In addition to all this, there is a charming free Study of Amer ican Beauty Roses by Paul de Longpre and a Blue and White Dutch Scene by C. Volkmar (Montague Marks, 23 Union Square, New York. Price 35c or $4.00 per annum. Wood-Caryin- It it said that every time the clock g ANNUAL SOUVENIR BOOK. Messrs. Clapp & Company, bankers and commission merchants, have issued their third annual Souvenir book covering the business of leading American exchanges in 1895. The letters of this firm are bj-- all admitted to be the best that are sent out by anv commercial house in the world. They deal with all facts that either directly or indirectly affect prices and their comments are so brief and pointed and so well supported by figuies and facts that no thinking business man can afford to be without this weekly visitor. The book is a reproduction of the weekly letters of 1895 and with them we given 40 illustrations of prominent commercial and government buildings each of which is accompanied by a condensed history of the business done by the exchange or the Department of government occupying the building shown in the picture. Hardly any question can be iibked by any person in regard to bonds, etocks, grain, provisions, cotton, wool coffee, gold 6ilver or other United States products that is not statistically answered in this book and the tables are so well arranged that in very small space they generally tell the whole story for ten or twenty years past, The information about cotton is the most comprehensive that is iurnished by any authority. Banks will find more thorough condensations of all they want to know about the government finances, national and other banks and the aionetary system of the United States and the world than can be fossd elsewhere. This firm's system of famishing their customers with information is now more complete than that of any other banking house In the United States or the world and their facilities for the execution of orders on any American exchange quickly and to 'ad- TfttiUge of tradew or invasioiB are umur pftesed. fefc-- J. F. Edmiston and sister, Hallie, of Many fanners are backward with their Crab Orchard, visited relatives here last plowing in corn on account of the wet week. weather. 11. L. Phillips, Jr., of Monticello spent Mr. Hockaday, of White Station, was a a few da'8 with friends here, last week. visitor to our community last week. Mr Ephraim Phillips and mother, of The Blue Lick public school will open in July. There are several applicants Monticello, are visiting Dr. H. A Phillips. tor the place of teacher. Mr. M.T. Long, of the D. & D. InstiDewberries are ripe and many have pies made from them tute, at Danville, is visiting relatives in enjoyed delicious this community. this week. Misses Patsy and Amos Willis and visHoney is plentiful and sweet and those w ho have bees are enjoying the itor, Miss McMurry, of North Carolina, and George Simmons atteuded the Mal-loi- y luxury now. dance Saturday. The small boy is rejoicing over the apRev. W. R. Potter and A R. Farris proaching blackberry season, and the time when June apples are ripe, the rasp- went up to hear the Baccalaureate serberries and currant tarts are plentiful; mon at C. U., Sunday. There will be a series of meetings held the jo) of anticipation with him will at the Methodist church in this place, theu be complete. beginning Sunday, June 14. Rev. F. M. tt Hill, of Lancaster, assisted by Rev. HarBEREA. vey, will conduct the services. EveryMore rain, cool nights and some sun- body cordially invited. shine is the weather record this week. The dedicatory services at the new Rev. M. Briney, a recent graduate of chapel of Rev. John G. Fee were im- Kentucky University, preached at the pressive and attended by a large crowd Christian church Snnday. He will fill last Sunday. Hhe house is well and the pulpit at this place the remainder of tastefully arranged, conveniently seated the year. and nearly perfect in all its appointRev. Mr. Harvey began a protracted ments ; an ornament to the architecture series of meetings at the Methodist of the ullage, and Mr. Fee deserves church Saturday night his untiring zeal and engreat credit for Prof. J. B. Harris, of Richmond, was terprise, as well alto do those of his here last week prospecting for .Elliott Inwho have rendered him such stitute. valuable assistance in its construction. Messrs. Edwards and MissesINorrris, of The clover and grass in the centre villiage has been cut this College Hill, were the guests of Miss Etta Park of the 11 isle Saturday and Sunday. week by Mr. James Hart Mr. J. B. Walker has returned from The funeral services of Dr. 0. T. AzFrankfort where he has been on the bill last week were largely attended and the Masonic services were impressive jury-W. R. Brown the hustling salesman and solemn. Many members of his family reside here and they all liaye the Irom Lexington, was here last week.. sympathy of the entire community in Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Thorpe spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Ross their bereavement. Cha9. Curtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A protracted meeting is now in progress at the "Glade" church, conducted J. Curtis, near this place, is suffering by Elder G. W. Walker, of North Caro- from an attack of the measles. lina. He is a forceful speaker and has One of onr gallant young gentlemen large crowds to hear him. went calling a few days ago and when U. S. and C. C. Coyle and others at- ho started bome his horse and buggy tended the Republican convention at were gone. He had to "foot" it home, a distance of about 2 miles, and next Nicholasville this week. Berea is nothing if not sensational, yet morning after a search he found his rig a more quiet and peaceful community several miles distant "hung up" Between a tree and the fence. The damages were can hardly be found anywhere. But sonny, you. very slight however. The trees in the college campus have should not get excited and be sure to foliage and birds am on their prettiest hitch more carefully next tirne. singing, the grass growing and the air sacomlubrious, anticipating the coming t B i. mencement. The Berea brass band discoureeffsweet music in public quite oiteu ana it is much appreciated. They play well. Mr. an Mrs. Mat Benge lost a child Tuesday, having died very suddenly with hives. Harvest is almost on and a great im provement has been made in wheat and oats and the crop will be fairly good. Mr. Ad Jackson has pitched hia photographic tent on the vacant lot in front .of college catnpns and is prepared (o taka the likeness of the populace in any farm or size. One of our old men who has been observer, predicts that this will be aud gives the reason thai a cholera-yea- r the flies are weak and can't stand up well ; a noticeable fact which has always schools, Miw JalfcLHamiltoaa-il- l teach Mre. Wm. Tribble at at Brooke leen Been in tanner years. I ' Rev. H. L. McMurray baptised several Tjpyleevjlie. candidates Ufrt Saturday evening, who jMiaB.Mollw'WflliaBjs, of Jlrookstown,. having receo&T joiued the new cooKre-- J v! sited Ui .BlgftWWfflooajahiiweeK. '. r?l - DR. PEFFER'S present at the commencement HOYAL-TAHSTKT?fnlCffTrr,T?ir Miss Viola Million and guests, Miss WPVmt,iT. ta CJ j? Aoeir.rciiablaiuuls&forvUofrtjrfUD. Taylor, of Lexington, and Miss Murphy, eicesilvo, tKaiitj or p hiful Vi mensuration. Now nwj by over lifsOO mm of Jessamine, make an attractive trio as dmngvroius tmltaltopa. f ware of12 per box, sm&ll box tL. 3&mo ylfjl they drive their miniature tallyho. ' pper. Bent Fe&led In pLiln wrapiier. Send 4c In rt&mi for particulars. Holil bjr Mr. Ambrose F. Dudley, of Washing,dnirirlunraildrw I'ErVKItaiPUl. CAL ASSOCIATION, Chicago, m. ton, D. C., is here for the summer. He Sold by Itichinond Drug Co. and W. looks ad though Grover's numerous consultations with him on important ques- G. White. COLLEGE HILL. tions did not prove wearing to him WEAK MEK MADE VIGOROUS. Mr. A. P. Wilson, who has been on physically. the sick list for some time is much im- A new use lor horses has sprung up in proved. Colorado. They- - are bought for feeding Mrs. Wm. Mellon who has been very the wild animals in the managerie at tfie 8ck is improving. Bummer gardens near Denver. Fifty .Simpson Norris and daughters are at-- J head arrived last week from the ranges Wtat PEFFER'S HERWI80R Did tending district conference at Irvine. of Northern Colorado. It act nowerfnllr and onirMy. Cnmic nhim ' othora fall. Yotiin men regain lost cinn'rt. l. ol fcllD--l Misses Ida and JTancv Norris, Messrs. " Mon rocoverrouttful TlKor. Almnlutelv U.aiLJLz; X. X iinteed to Cnnj Ncrvnuinen, JLnmt Vitality raj na J, M. and Ben F. Edwards, visited Miss MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST1K ., T Impolency,XlehtljEmtMlou,r.otJoM-eEtla Hitsle at Kirksville Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Fred Kelly as home from college for vacation. WB? irJ &C Va X df Un Wrltteu Uiiarantee to Oirre crltpfu7"l frHJS Mrs Fannie Sampson, of Rirbourviile, is 'visiting her father. Rev. F.Kelly. VfffiiSCd bm.ft!f 5 SoldbvIJichmon Drug Co and W , G The teachers are hustling around hunt-irif- c schools; several having secured Y yesterday, on his way to Bowling Green to attend the Baptist General Conference. Miss- - Russell Campbell is visiting friends' in Shelbyville a few weeks before going to Louisville, where she will resume lier studies in music. Miss Annie Willis, daughter of Dr. Samuel Willis, of Pine Giove, came over last week to visit relatives and be fEnjgjIpjJB jg e white silk supply the vaiig!!lji!i which seems always in demsnd. riety George Pickels, Jr.. is an expert Round waists, either plain or with r jws Don Wiggins is half inclined to be a of insetiou across, wide lace or sleeve cape scorcher. of the dress material edged by lace, ribQuinn Taylor is a believer in rapid bons shoulder knots or yoke effects, full elbow puffs,,finished by lace and ribbon, transit. Miss Kit Chenault is prominent among furnish a general outline for graduating dresse3. the graceful girl riders. camps by states:HATS FOR CITY AND COUNTRY USE Miss Helm, of Louisville, guest of Mrs. Texas 213. Alabama 87, South Caroliresemble each other to an unusual exfljpIjjrgJBpinipU Dr. Kennedy, has learned to ride since tent, as the majority are large, and will na 71, Missouri 69, Mississippi 60, Georshe came to Richmond. probably become still larger. Shaded gia 54, Louisiana 51, Arkansas 60, KenWe shall lend our Hartford to Rev. ribbons loop on a black lace foundation tucky 37, Florida 30, Tennestee 29, VirDr. Young the first time he wants to go brim, with a high Hower cluster at the ginia 27, North Carolina 24, Indian Terto Doylesville. back, is a serviceable style, at the e lme ritory 9, Maryland 6, Oklahoma 5, New Miss Nora Francis has purchased a time not so striking as forests of colored Mexico 3, Illinois 2, Montana 2, West Tandem and will soon he seen among tulle frills and ruchings, from which pro- Virginia 1, Indiana 1, California 1, Disject four black wings, causing a hat to trict of Columbia 1. Mrs. E. R. Rowland is visiting in Nicho the graceful riders. Very respectfully, lasville. A. E. Careen has a wheel and you measure eighteen inches across. F onGeo. Moorman, pre his 220 pound frame ers massed at the back are not inseparaMiss Edna Schlegel went to Ohio, Sat niny.expeet to Adjutant Gen. and Chief of Staff. come whizzen up Main like a traction ble from all large hats. Exquisite comunlay, on a visit. binations of tulle and flowers on lirge Miss Am Smith is visiting Miss Lucy engine. Go to D. P. Armer's to have your Lgehorns. are unapproached by any othScott at Nicholasville. J. J. Neale, one of the school medals made. He will furnish er styles, but shirred and frilled mousse-lin- e Mise Lucy Gregory attended "Old Cen young horsemen of the county, is a good de soie bats, in pale pink, white or them better and cheaper than you can wheel rider. get them any place else. 46 ter' commencement. blue, come without reasonable exjedi-tureP. S....ALL GOODS IN MY HOUSE MUST BE S John Foster made the trip out to his Miss Curraleen Smith has returned and are soft and attractive. Matthew McKinney, a native of Estill grandmother White's at about a REGxRDLESS OF PRICE FOR CASH ONLY. from school in Ohio. county, died at Hudson, 111., June, 4. Verona Clarke. an hour rate. K. P. Moore, of Paris, visited Mrs Mrs. Miss Minnie Dykes is a graceful rider, Grant E. Lilly, labt week. with ouly six weeks practice. Miss Parrent, of Memphis, is summer Miss Tompie Taylor rides down Second EJgJIjpMn ing at Mr R. L. Gentry's. street hill from Main to Water, and up rjHlBIrHlBfiaarftilBlraBnaBirPBrt!E3rtflB fft-'S: Mrs Herbst, of Fargo, N. D , is visiting to Madison Institute with half a dozen mm her sister, Mrs II. J. Slreng. books under an arm. Miss Stewart, of Augusta", Ga., is visit We have been informed that Mrs.Gov. ing her sister, "Mrs. J. K. taiith. McCreary would soon purchase a bike Hon. P. J Foree, of Shelbyville, can but the report lacks confirmation. dfdate for Congress, was here last w eek Sam Parkso Burnam is, perhaps, the Mrs. Emma Wuteer Herr, of Lexing smallest cyclist in town, but not ton, is the guest of Mre C. D. Chenault the slow est by several. Attorney Harris Crooke is visiting re Charlie Burnam, the colored bike relatives in Missouri and will be absent a pairer, makes the half mile on the fair month. ground track in 1:30, without holding 0 11 Hon. A. R. Burnam is in St. Louis, his handle bars. mi taking part in the great National Con m v&J7 Miss Hartman employed a trainer, last . m h m m mt dv u n tmarn m w. a n h h h mm nai vention. week, and is rapidly learning to ride. & R Miss Ada March, of Hlootnington, Ills., Miss Kate Walker rides beautifully eJlI was visiting Miss Eva H. Roberts, the J with but little experience, her principal past week. trouble being fear of a pair of horses Squires T. J. and U. S. Coyle, and S. or mules which, by the way, makes most E. Welch, of Berea, are at the St Louis persons a little nervous when" the road happens to be narrow. Covention. Mrs. G. B Hale is the only lady who Dr. Moss Gibson, of Virginia, visited ft- his brother, Dr H. R. Gibson, this place, ha& gone to Mallory on a wheel aud she made the trip with not only ease but last week. Rev. C. P. Williamson was here Fri- great pleasure. The latest fad in bikology is a lady's day night, on his return from Lexington hat ornamented with a miniature bike. to Atlanta. A watch charm was recently found at Mrs Harvey Cobb, of Red House, is visiting her daughter, Mrs Sallie Webb, Foxtown, supposed to have belonged to some cyclist Call at Climax office and in Louisville describe mgHn TTTr SPRING THAN EVER Col J. W. Caperton and wife are in St. Miss Allene lackson is now a graceful Louis, the former taking part in the rider National Convention. Li m f3On the first page of Climax is Dr. Hue Colston and wile, of Sonora, Tex., are visiting the latter's parents, an excellent article on Sunday bicycle riding. Mr. and Mrs. J li, Boggg. Bicycle tourists are daily passing Governor Jas. B. McCreary is at home for the congressional vacation. He looks through the county this fine weather, the roads being in excellent condition. well and seems to be enjoying life. Dr. Welby Burgin anil Phil Willging Mrs. Martha Maupin, of Lexington, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Walker Hisle, left early Sundny morning on their bikes for Louisville. They expected to where she will spend the summer. breakfast in Lexington, dine in Frankm i Mr. John C. Ballanl, formerly of this fort and sup in the Falls City. now a resident of Lexington, is place, R: out again on crutches, after a long illD. P. Armer is receiving his spring BECAUSE WE GIVE NEW GOODS AND BETTER VALUES. LARGEST ness, stock of Jewelry and Novelties someAND BEST STOCK IN THIS MARKET , Rev. J. G. Parsons, of Irvine, washer thing entirely now. The latest fads in satin-stripby-la- in a graduating dress is simplicity, and this is best carried out by a sheer white organdy dress over many thin Bkirts, and usually a deep hem is preferred to rows of lace insertion, which are admissible but mot in the best taste. Colored nilk under organdy is in voge for those who desire color, and dotted Swiss muslin or r etery at Chicago, Johnson's Island, Cairo and other points; to see that they are annually decorated, the headstone preserved and protected, and complete list of names of our dead heroes with the location of their last resting place furnished to their friends and relatives through the medium of our camps, thus rescuing their names from oblivion and handing them down in history, to participate in laying the cornerstone of the Jeflerson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America, and to aid in huildiug monuments to other great leaders, soldiers ond sailors of the South; and as there is no relief or aid for our veterans and their families, outside of ourselves and our own resources, to perfect a plan tor a mutual aid benevolent association; to make such changes in the conas experience may stitution and suggest, and other matters of general interest. Total number of camps now admitted 833, with applications in for nearly one hundred more. Following is a list of - i DON'T ASK IT AS IT WILL BE REFUSED. ALL paid - ACCOUNTS 6 Charged this year will be due and must be LY JraBJrailfraBll All parties owing accounts still imp;., of 1895 not paid by June 10, will June 10 without further noti - 1H. j.t well-know- n s, Z IIfljEifrTrailESf rFHiBBrrarTaBncrrsrTaErr iEi ,i& Slf i d AyA.ALAAAttAv4kmAy4ky4,'0. IIIIIII IMIli Bnfi I MIIII gygrigMg., w r 'V fc - BEFGRE.ssB to-da- r i u. WHY? It bells, ladies watch guards, Bilver novelties and in fact anything you may want in his Hue at bottom, prices, Dou't fail ' " 18- to see them. . 1 I iOOOS Pflfljft &-- Don't miss seeing those fine silver inlaid spoons at D. P. Armer'e, warranted for 25 years anil cheap. 45 . FILLS MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND J li )rta. a ll HiVTS ttt EVERYTHING A MAN OR BOY NEEDS. Eur and Straw, Men's Shoes, Neglige Shirts, and AND (ffiSMfi, ! -- I jX1 I ft-- i'S till M fi T""' i , GUI: ((MiX GET EfX SQfE frM, "E& I "I'M OF THE MB PUBOIHG ! . - "Will v SS IM W fw KtX 1u . . : ..v- , -- 11 HmI r fPfiS (CK?3k 53lX , ".--"i- ' t ' ." ' ?- - " k II: !3 (&" 1 -- JZ-' " rZ "? SH J SE mm g J855 for 20 years 5 Has ed nil WORM Romanies, g nmct BamE,syJWTEEB,? Subscribe for .the Climax ' jpg iyU11UlU, Ki ilSVB '&& &tfo ( fKE2tff (fa HWiH M J& $$ &2j&M 'Pi iGyMiEi 3oU v U. &mxZk&B.? fitE b. uj IS 11 MM KMaBKX. , IliirSillilSl P "rirfWV K ., il ft MlMMIMii.5i J lilH nf iifiiifliiTttf irrniTttH r r Tunnel Accident. How They Stood. A ton of stone fell from the roof of Of the forty three white teachers exKing's tunnel on the R. N. L & B. in amined for the public schools in the Estill county, Friday, just as the force county, fifteen failed t, 1896. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, thirteen had completed the grade. One man was of whom failed in arithmetic. Only L seriously hurt and others painfull v bo. ten received first-clas-s certificates. The Infant of Amtyose Wagors dial last ork on the tunnel has been bub remairider got 2d and 3d class. Ik arbiter. pemied for the preuent. Diea in Jail.' -- h wants to' borrow $200 on real A Ojiilt. Martha Cromwell, colored, was arrestIrtcaL estate lien bee FOU THE CLIMAX. ed May 29th, and proved to "be a lunatic Mrs. Clifton SbifHet has just finished Said she was from Camp Nelson. Five votes were eastern Bofgs dis-i- r The aquiltthatisa beauty; it contains sev- asyluniH at Lexington .and Anchorage t ami two trustees elected. enteen thousand nine hundred and fifty-nin- e telephoned that they could not take her. Miss Salhe Dudley will teach the I pieces. The name of the quilt is She died Monday night. Are the asycoming year. hool the Wai-Democrat. Who"can beat this for a lums overrun Saturday's oo'.d rain brought out quilt both in name and pieces? C, C. at Kirksville. vert-oat- s and started up fires. Socked It To Him. Rev. Briney, late of Missouri, educated Miss Mar' PaUie is in Cincinnati During the night following the recent at Lexington Bible College, is preaching voic-e- . .vuig her already splendid convention in Richmond, unknown every second and fourth Sunday at the T L Armstrong, of Louisville, agent parties broke twelve lamps on 4th Kirksville Christian Church. , tent havings Life, is here on busi- - Avenue. A still hunt located Bill Agee, The Christian Endeavor meets every of Poosey, as a guilty party, and on Sunday. In July will send several deleMonday, Constable Tom Jones brought gates will go to Washington to the M st Annie Kennedy is cauYasiug Agee to town He was tried before National Convention. ellent historic work. Jwy her Judge Rice, fined $25 and sent to jail for Conldu't Agree. ton davs. An article of some length, descriptive if Davis struck Andy Todd at )W Connection lor Louisville. of a courtship and breach of promise has .J, Friday, and Todd stabbed The 0:80 a. m. train from Richmond been received by the Climax for publicaover the L. & N. connects at Winches- tion. It is intended, says the U I not have strawberry farms in ter with the C. & girl, to warn other girls. But 0. fast line west and . a ' bee first page of to day's reaches Louisville at 11 o'clock. Only while her warning might be valuable to three stops after leaving Winchester-Lexingt- on, the girls, the methods of the fellow-woul, Frankfort and Shelbyville. be equally as potent for evil .ii profound horticulturist S. B among the boys by teaching them how-th.is radishes as large as your arm This train goes by the Shelbyville cut-of- f, making the distance probably twenty jump the game at the last moment. j i .Hi long. miles shorter. She says she came all the way from Estill Mane Harbor is in Cincinnati county to Richmond to ask the fellow Change of Conductors. i.g china painting, in which she is when he meant to marry her, and he well advanced. Captain Kirby has gone to Lexington displayed a wonderful amount of nerve I temocrat says Winchester will and taken charge of the train betw een by asking her if she would pay for the i the biggest fair in her history" that place and Maysville. For years he license. She virtually refused and that has run between Richmond and Stan. iih to August 1st. blocked the procession. Jimmie B. why ford, aud hundreds of persons regret his were you so particular about a little mat- ! lav was quarterly meeting at departure. - hajjel, aud there was au abund- - Captain Price, who has been in charge ter of $2.00? . i pie as well as piety. Big Case Settled. of the evening train on the same road, ? 3J..--- c -- . " !t iu r . ii M yst "WASTED. THE CLIMAX, - Repnbltcan7 Aa Dr. George Convention. THE HEW HOOK SPOON FREE TO RLE. out-righ- At Nicholasville Thursday tho 8th Smith, deiitisjof Richmond, and Miss Eva Back Tferout boat District Republican Convention to nomiriding ou the Kentucky rivnr9unday af- nate a candidate for Congress wasjield. Madison was duly represented. T, J. ternoon the Rev. Harrison Cockerl.am hailed them and asked to be put across CoyIewas on the committee ou organithe river, but as the reverend gentleman proceeded to enter .the boat he must have conceived the idea of baptizing them, for the boat turned over in the most mysterious manner. All three received a ducking but were fiually landed without the loss of souls. The only seri ous result is that the preacher is liable to be accused of as the Presbyterians believe in sprinkling and might object seriously to one of their preachers adopting the plunging method. You will hardly believe it, hut some are so wicked as to imagine that the preacher was trying to perform a marriage ceremony, and turned the boat over in the attempt. We are not certain whether he was trying to perform a marriage ceremony or baptize them, but we are certain they received a ducking, as their looks gave evidence when they returned. Jacksoi. Hustler. Could this have been Dr. Fred? We back-sliding, v 1 zation; C. C. Wallace on credentials; T. S. "Efurnam, resolutions. While waitjug for committee reports, Hn. A. R. Burnam made a speech. Hon. G. M. Davison, of Lincoln, was nominated for Congress, Hou. J. Speed Smith withdrawing and making the vote unanimous. Col J. W. Caperton E. G. Parrish and others were present from Madison r C U.'s Iirilliant Close. know of no George. Or. Goldstein is Here and will Remain a Few Days. grief-strick- d o , v-. 1 -- i Miss Kate Walker, one of the directors of the cemetery company, and the principal solicitor for improvements, has seFair Proceedings. cured enough money to erect a magnifiOn Thursday, the fair company held r rattle cent entrance. Three massive stone t For Congress. an election : t" Jersey City, the first of the sea- posts and two pairs of the heaviest iron J. W. Herndon. President ; James J gates have been secured and are now on "Are you a candidate for Judge of the The most elaborate school catalogue Court of Appeals?" asked an I. J. man Neale, Secretary; G. B. Turley, Jr, theground. Treasurer; J. W. Bales, C. D. Chenault, season is that of Beaumont college of Capt. Wm Herndon, of Lancaster, The entrance will be removed to a "My friends are pushing me for J. C. Adams, D. R. Tevis, Hi nlsiurg, Col. Tk. Siuith, Presi- point near the corner next to town. T. T. Covington. Matt Cohen, the nomination and you know what that i This will give a broader and more invitmeans. They don't often push until H. G. McElwaine, George Phelps, G. E. ing drive, will completely avoid the rail- ( olyerand Austin raided a moonshine Black, S. Mason, J. J. Embry, "W. A. road, and place the visitor in i the center in K&till county, Friday, and brought thev get an intimation of one's desire to Langford, A. triikes Smith, B. B. Mil- of t tho cemetery by an easy graceful nipper work to the revenue office, be pushed," replied the Captain, who is lion, C. D. Chenault, John L. Baxter, looking well and in good shape ioran ac' ,i place. curve through a dense g.we. tive canvas. Stanford Interior Journal. T. II. Collins, P. B. Broaddus, John H. The entrance will be thirty feet wide. Brookstown, be-j,Jake Parrish, near Thorpe, S. A. Deatherage, J. J. Neale At present, processions usuallygo around Bcrea College Commencement. wheat harvesting, last week, and Al Williams, Directors. J. W. Bales - "iie of the earliest in the county, if Tltursday night, June 18th, musical T. T. Covington, S. A. Deatherage, J. J. on the railroad side along the fence enclosing the back premises of the keeper's recital. the first. Neale, Matt Colin, Committee of Ar- house, and DEGREES' CONFERRED. Common are annoyed by Uys hissing of Sheriff E. T. Gtosp. Friday night, 19th. anniversary of lit- rangements. The board of Curators conferred the wealth's Attorney, E. T.liirrell wenMoJ Harvey Chenault, Jr., has 100 acres engines, clanging of bells, clashing of For paces and trots, So.000 will be cars, smoke and other evils. follow ing degrees: D. D. Rev. A. M. of corn that was "laid by" June 4th and erary rocieties. Frankfort and inte'viewed Governor Saturday, 20th. academy exhibition. given. For rings, $1,200. Miscellaneous, wis neck high all over the field reUpon entering through the present Fra'ser, Staunton, Va.; Rev. John Bar- Bradley. Sunday, 21st, 11 a m., baccalaureate sevGr.il hundred dollars. And Cohen gate, one geU a poor view of the ceme- bour, Birmingham, Ala ; Rev. J. J. Chis-holmarkably tall for that time of year. The Governor said thrft he had never sermon by Rev G. W. Mead, of New York. continues to hustle. Winchester, Ky. The degree of had a similar case presented to him tery, owing to the hill immediately in d Squire J. A. Turpiu and R. P. Monday night, 22d, musical concert. front. By the new route, a large part of M. A. was conferred upon Dr. T. Hunt barbecue. and would have to look up the delivered fitly lambs to James Tuesday night, 23d, address before Stucky, of Louisville law. lozier, Monday, for sliipmont to On last Thursday-- , we were present at a the grounds come beautifully before you, societies by Hon. J. M. Ashley, of lniugbt May court day at 4 cts. Toledo, 0., famous 30 years ago. barbecue at Silver Creek. Never learned especially a large quantity of highly or- PBIZBSS AWARDED T THE CLOSE OF THE LETTERS FROM ENGLAND. SESSION OF 1895 6. Wednesday, 24th, commencement, ora- the purpose ot the gathering, but that in- namental work, while the massive mon The followingarecopiesof the postal card Claude Smith, hardware merchant, uments over by the present entrance First James B. McCreary Prize: A climb! up on a stop ladder, it fell over tions, Ac , and address by Dr. Baily, of imitable purveyor, "Boss" Embry, seem- take care of themselves even at the in- Gold Medal to the student who writes from Piatt signed "A. W. P.," the letter ed to have charge of the entire entertainau-- i from the Oxford constable and the last stuck the corner of a stove in his Boston, and Rev. H. M. Penniman, of ment, and that means it was done exact- creased distance. On coining out of the the best essay for the Atlantis during letter from Piatt; nbh. and he is suffering all the agonies Chicago. ly right. There w ere no candidates, no cemetery the impression made by the the year; the award to be made by a comof grip. THE TOSTAL CARD. A Wumnns. politicians and notadropof'Micker." But surroundings will be much better by the mittee of three. A man from the eastern part of the new gate than the old one. The Ky To Sheriff of Lexington, Ky. Lebanon, Saturday night there was a general the beef and mutton were there, and cofP. K. McElroy Sin Have been arrested anu am in was staked off last week. otuiity, swapped horses in town, last combat dow n on Paint Lick creek. About fee, bread, pickels, this that and the Second The Curators Prize: A Gold Many improvements have beeu made Medal to the student who makes the charge of Police Constable Goddard. court day, and sliowed his neighbors a dozen Madison county boys, cocked other and 'tother. &c, were present. bow his uew horse could go the "travel-ier'- b and primed, as they usually are in that Likewise Bill Merrill and Cliff Curry ly the new board. highest average in tho Department of Wish to be brought back to Kentucky to answer charge of shooting Jessie Tywalk." locality on Saturday nights, "went into with their fiddles, and Tom Tankersley Latin. Only Uue $10,000 Note. City ree on or about December 16, 1885. I Miss Adela Fisher it rough and tumble." Several were and John Blythe, clog dance artists, af Dr. A. Wilkes Smith, who is considThird The A. Wilkes Smith Prize: hae found out that there is a reward of A Washington correspondent says : erable of an orchardifit, had ripe peaches slightly wounded, but Allen Ward was forded great chunks of fun. The beautiSigned, A Gold Medal for the best set of notes $400 for my arrest seriously, having his skull fractured ful grove by the reservoir was the scene, 'There is only one $10,000 United State l.ut week, which perhaps were the first in hurt A. W.P. with a rock. This will give Squire Noel and a considerable number of neighbors note in existence, and that has never on the course of lectures in Physiology; the county. City a good job to straighten thejn out, which gathered there. Miller Davison was beenissued, but is kept in the Treasury Josephus Boggs LETTER rROM CONSTABLE. Mi Ietcher Brown, sister of Coro- he is sure to do. Boys, if you want to second prime mogul to "Boss" Embry, as a specimen. There are three 55fcOJJ Fdurth The best Speaker's Medal POLICE STATION, HIGH STBEET, ner Brown, this place, aud Mr. Leou keep your pocket change you had bet- but was bo overcome with a whole Offered by the Chancellor to the junior Oxford, England, May 16, '96. J hind greenbacks. Two of them are in the StockKiJe, of Butlor, Ky., were married ter quit your meanness. Just last week quarter of a mutton that he was practi Treasury ; the third was paid out several representatives of the Literary societies, it their Sir: I beg to inform you that on the at tlie residence of KobU Brown, Living- two boys got into a fracus and it cost one cally uot in the fight. years ago, and is probably in the vault of who.on the Commencement anniversary, 30th ult. a man giving the name of EdDo Not Despair because you have tried pay it ; that they could not afford to risk Owing to the financial condition of the ston, Thursday. of them $30 and the other S15. Lancassome bank, because it has never been delivers the best original speech. ward R. Taylor, of no settled heme, was many medicines and have failed to re- their lives, and those of their family for country, we think it is best for oar Obituary. Lebanon, Ky arrested for breaking into the Blitcbing-to- n ceive benefit. dollar R. L. Burton S. V. Rowland, Danville, has had a ter Record. heard from since. Remember that Hood's such an amount. Any one can get this as well as ourselves, to adopt the Capl. John )YUson dial May 2ith, 1896. notes are numerous. There are 74,146 in Fifth The D. C. Collins Prize: A Gold photograph taken including the nineteen station on the Great Western Rail- Sarsaparilla cures when all others fail to insurance for 25 cents, that being the cash system. We can sell goods at uraea, His Explanation-Las- t immediate members of his family, Mrs. The subject of this sketch was born in circulation, and over 15,090 $500 notes, Medal to the student who makes the way and stealing price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, lower" prices for cash than we can oa a port man-tea- u do any good whatever. week the Cum ax remarked that credit, simply because we lose so bad n. B. White and children, this place, beEstill county, Kentucky, May 14th, 1822, 237,000 $100 notes, 2GO.0O0 $50 uotes, 409 -- highest average mark on all his studies. staCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In al- debts. Consequently we will, on Jnly and its contents, Wlien at this Killis Deatherage would soon explain Indiana tion he, I understand, wrote you a postal A Abbott Herbet and resided here all of his life. He fol- 245 $20 notes, 834,924 $10 notes and ing among them. Hood's Pills are the best family cathar- most every neighborhood some one has 1st, begin the cash system. Please do why he did not go to Texas to roam the Sixth The Richard Hawes Prizes: A card, as stated in attached. Hois com- tic and liver medicine. Harmless,, relia- died from an attack of bowel complaint notask for credit foryou will be refuged. lowed theoctupation of farming up to the $5 notes in circulation." WinDr. O. T. Azbill, who died suddenly Staked Plains in pursuit of wolves and late rebellion NOLAND BKOS. Gold Medal offered by Rev. D. O. Davies mitted for trial at the next assizes for ble, sure. when the country was call- chester Sun. before medicine could be procured or a 1- -1 Union Cky.Ky. near Kingston, was a brother of Rev Indians, as announced last winter he ing for patriot men. who makes the highest physician summoned. One or two doses It was then he The Sun's informant is evidently in er- to the student this county and city, and as this evMoney Made in a Minute. W ui t Azbill, of Clark county, who used would do. On Thursday Mr. Deatheraverage in the department of Greek. sh owed his undaunted courage and love ror. Iu 1884 we were in New Orleans of this remedy will cure any ordinary idence is on deposition, the judges may v preach at Union City and other places age and Miss Kate Jennings were marCitv MASTER COMMISSIONER'S I have not made less than sixteen dol- case. It never fails. Can you afford to for his family and country and the es- and wrote up the U. S. mint in that city V. P. Simmons ask for information as to the truth of ried. The bride is a wealthy lady whose in Madison county. Seventh The Literary Societies De- - this statement, and I shall be much lars any day while selling Centrifugal take the risTc for 'so small an amount? Here is wha teem and confidence of his countrymen for the Courier-Journa- l. farm is in the vicinity of White Oak Any one should For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. by being placed as Captain over 100 of we said then and clearly recall now as claimer Prize. Iir. G. Goldstein, the eye expert, shall inform me as soon as Ice Cream Freezers Somerset, Ky obliged if you Pond church. The couple went at once his gallant old associates which R. W. Stephenson make from five to eight dollars a day wl .. das been coming here for vears, is position correct : possible if there is any truth or not in The Security Trust & Safety Vault Co. to .Cincinnati. Rev. W. F. Smith of the Eighth The Senior Prize in oratory selling cream, and from seven to ten dolwnd ut- - again. The Doctor is a graauate he still held to the close of the war. "What goes with all the money you the matter, or anything known respect assignees of Captain B. J. Treacy, have performed the cerechurch, given iu Preparatory Department. Madisok Circuit Cocrt. ot tti. New York School of Optics, and Christian Making himself famous throughout the make here?" I inquired. that lars selling Freezers, as it is such a wonmony. Ky ing this prisoner. I Bhould state com- der, there is always a crowd wanting decided to sell the horses from the Ash James Martin's Executrix, Plaintiff, 6Un.lt, at the head of his profession. "Oh, we sell it send it off in lota of E. L. Moore land by being the Hero of Lookout was the place where the robbery The courtship began during Rev. D. Ninth Freshman English Prize. cream. You can freeze cream elegantlv land Park Stud on Thursday, June 25: against by express to mermitted was in Oxfordshire county but the The Rocky Mountain Xews, Den- G. Combs' protracted meeting at the Mountain, placing the stars and stripes $500 up to $50000 James Martin's Devs., Defendants. Ky E. V. Tadlock in one minute and that astonishes peoaud we always preMarvelous. prisoner was arrseted in .the city of Oxver, has published the portraits of the ' Pond" only recently, and "they do say" there in the face of the enemy which chants aud planters, AU persons having claims against the ple so they all want to taste it and then charges." ford by one of my own constables. Please The results attained right here at estate of James Martin, are hereby notiof the Denver High School ca- that a fine looking widower of some sev- goes down in history as the battle above pay the express officers A many of them buy freezers as the cream "You get greenbacks for silver, I sup the clouds. After the war he came, home fied to file the same legally verified, with I am yours faith- is return iuclosurea. dets, among whom is LL A. C. Brinker, enty summers is in mourning. smooth and perfectly frozen. Every home have been marvelous. Hundreds the undersigned on or before the 15th and began his former occupation. He pose?" fully. Cuas. Hear, wlio have used day of June, 1S66, or same will be nephew of C D. Chenault, this place. freezer is guaranteed to freeze cream of your neighbors Covington-Morro- w. was an efficient, esteemed member of the "Certaiuly; and if you will walk up Of Eleven Years ago Ueard From in Chief Constable. S. E. SCOTT, perfectly in one minute. Any one can Wright's Celery Capsules are" now well. barred. Gov. McCreary received a telegram On Thursday, June lltb, 1890. Mr. Methodist church, having belonged since into the office, I will show you some of 1- -2 M. C. M. C C. England. A LETTER FROM I'LATT. sell ice cream and the freezer sells itself. Thoy cure Kidney, Liver and stomach from Washington, ye6terdav, stating that R. C. H. Covington, of Richmond, and he was 16 years of age. it." 1 to fifteen dol- trouble, Rheumatism, Constpation and My sister makes from ten From No. 722, Edward R. Taylor. the bond of the contractor for complet- Miss Mary Morrow, of Owen county, Soon we were gazing in upon enough Who aa think He was made a Masou Sept. 20th, 1861, 00 every Wanted-fOver ten years ago the community of of seme aiaspte H. M. Priton. Oxford, June, 2, '96. lars a day. J. F. Casey & Co., 1143 St. Sick Headaches. Why pay SI ing the Government building, this place, were married. The ceremony, which and was honored by Masons wherever greenbacks to stuff a mattrts, and Mr. ln tUsg to patent? when Protect wesjsn Tonr Ideas: tner mar bring Charles St., St. Louis, Mo rwill mail you two weeks fora bottle of medicine has been approved and work would be- was by Rev. W. F.Smith, of the Christ- he was known for his loving and kind Butler took from an envelope a bill, and Lexington was startled by the news that To Sheriff, Lexington, Ky: w. Patent Atter-Write JOiiX wtuuuuiutt-- i of the Eastern Kentucky Sin One month ago, May 1, gave full particulars free, so you can go to yoa can get treatment at 1 cent a day. ney s. Washington. D. CL. ror tnelr l JW vnzo oner gin at once. disposition, zeal for Masonry, and his said: 'Now, here is a $10,000 hill, the an attendant ian Church, was performed at the resi-- . Lunatic asylum had in an inhuman myself up to P. C. Goddard, a constable work and make Iota of moapy anywhere, Wright's Celery Capsules give 100 days' anaust of two hundred iaTentlona wanted. dence.of Dr. C. C. Smith, on Fifth street, ever ready and willing hand to assist the largest denomination made by the Gov- mapner ruthlessly and recklessly shot Closing Ont to Quit. of the Oxford city police, for shooting an as with one freezer yon can feake a hun- treatment for $1.00. Easy to take, no needy. Therefore, be it ernment ; take hold of it and see if you M. H. Brown is closing out his stock of where the bride boarded while a teacher down one of the patients under his inmate of the Lexington Lunatic Asy dred gallons of cream a day, or if you bad taste, do not gripe, backed by a bank I Resohnd, 1st. That in the death of canbreate freelv." FREE 8ILYER to cure you, or refundyour money. Sold stationery, music, bicycles and cycle in Caldwell High School. The couple charge. him. I am under remand here until June wish they will hire you on a salary. I took it, tucked it between my fintook the afternoon train north for a con- Bro. AVilson our O. D. Henderson Lodge bundries. He proposes leaving Rich murder 20, and if this charge against me is still So quiet was the Mary A. by T. S. Hagan. No. 437, has lost a wise counseler and a gers, a la Majah Reuben Poindextah on well-knoIf you are afraid to Ut your meney mond, but many hope he will uot do so. siderable tour. The groom is the kept that the Asylum authorities sent in force I should be pleased to stand trial. Anthony Alcorn, the Stanford negro wanted to bet $10,000 W. N. Haldeman has bought the old senior member ot the clothing true and faithful member, the county a the loose, for fear of a depreciated cw-- i the body of the dead lunatic to Kindly let me know if the State is going JIarried. Courier-who killed his father, has been sentenfirm of Covington & Mitchell. This worthy citizen, the church a consistent that Ten Broeck could beat everything morgue, and were about to bur- - him to prosecute. If so can they seud an cuetom house in Louisville for the rency in the future, go to D. P. u the Journal Dr. J.H. Perkins was married.Monday, at $50,000, and the mechan ced to death. "campaign" was most quietly conducted, member and his family a kind, loving on the Jockey Club grounds that after- aud with him tho evidence of a a great for me by Juno SO. officer ARMEKS and put it in Diamonds, i noon, but no one would take the bet. to Miss Jennie Long, daughter of Squire and many friends of the groom, who and devoted father. ical department will be removed into it. tiood Health crime, for dead men tell no tales, wheu This case has been open since Decemwhere ft trt2Z be tafe, and at the 2nd. That we, as Masons deploring the "Yes, we ship two millions a month in by some accident, Dr. R. C. Chenault, John P. Long, Rev. Jasper K. Smith was never a lady's man, had lost hope of Summer Homes and Resort. And a good appetite go hand in hand. ber, 18S5, and it is the wish of my parofficiating. Dr. Perkins practices at his reform in that direction, but things untimely death of our dear brother, yet busy times," remarked the cashier, and prices he is offering them, yon wtW who was then in charge of the Asylum, ents, who are not aware of this charge The Southern Railway is the first of With the loss of appetite, the system having faith in Him whom he served, I thought he was going to forget about Edentou. are not always what they seem. be able to reahse a profit oh them. . haying since died, discovered a bullet against me, that I come home to live our great railway systems to give infor- cannot long sustain iUelf. Thus the forhope in. a coming day when our sil- the $10,000 bill, but he didn't; "and in Successful. 50-above the heart of tho dead with them, as they are getting on in mation to the public and to fix low ex- tifications of good health are broken The New Way to Put up Fruit and Vegeta- ver cord shall be loosed or the golden four months, not long since, we shipped hole just man. want this settled as soon as pos- cursion rates for a summex outing good down and the system is liable to attacks county, was bles Without Cooking. years. I "Wm Humphrey, of Knox bowl be broken to meet him in that ce- eight and a half millions." This discovery led to an investigation. sible, so that I can comply with their lor return until October 31, by issuing of disease. It is in such cases that the at the Infirmary Monday and bad a tuHow to preserve fruits and vegetables lestial world where sickness, death and "But what goes with the greenbacks ?" and it was soon learned that Arthur W. request. I should have stood trial at the with usual promptness, its Summer medicinal powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla mor removed srom his jaw by Dr. Gib- so that they will retain their naJLnral parting are unknown. Faith, Lope and "They are sent to the United States Plattone of the attendants while in an time, but my grand parents were then .Home and Resort Book. are clearly shown. Thousands who have go home color and flavor has been a study for the charity are jewels he possessed, cher- Treasury." son. He is doing well and will in Lexington and I did not want to upin a few days. is handsome in design and artistic in taken Hood's Sarsaparilla testify to its most have failed ished and practiced. His character was It good houeewife which Awarded great merits as a purifier of theblood, its beautiset the old people A few years ago I every respect, having thirty-tw- o to solve. As each fruit season comes on noble, pure and spotless as the lamb .Skipped. Highest Honors World's Fair, took out naturalization papers at Roches- ful illustrated pagca containing the most powers to restore and sharpen the adpe-tit- ti they, after a great deal of study and skins that rests upon his lifeless form or Mr. John Carson, who clerked in the g ter. N. Y.. as Ed. R. Taylor, and this ac complete and conveniently arranged inand promote a health j; action of the try the Rame old way of cooking that spirit that now lives around its Mason House here for some time, and thought, counts for transformation of name. Barlow, Nellie formation calculated to answer fully and digestive organs. Thus it is, not what fruit and with the same Maker. Miss Katie Slighter, daughter of D. G. and sealing the An answer to this will greatly oblige. satisfactorily every question likely to be w e say- - but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does Fox, Francis Fox, Jeff" too much., some ggg (3rd.) Slaughter, deceased, eloped from Crab results some is cooked Gilbert, Nancy Jane Address E. R. Taylor. 722 Oxford Prison, propounded, such as routes and distances, that tells the story and constitutes the not enough, it sours, it molds, it breaks, A precious oue from us has gone, Country Bacon, Orchard and were married at Jellico- England, Lexington Herald. Humphrey, Floyd Hudson, Maggie hotels and boarding houses, nambs of strongest recommendation that can be untirthey state posilively they neverwill A voice we loved is stilled, Lancaster Record. Bacon, of urjjed for any medicine. Why not take Jones, M A Johiuon, Richard proprietors, how to reach them, rates put up any fruit agaiD. A place is vacant in our lodge and home HORSE ITEMS. g Jones, Harry.. Hood's Sarsaparilla now ? Country Site Wanted-Th- e board by day, week and month, etc All these difficulties have Deen overWhich never can be filled. Li'linan, Louis Theouthern offers a choice of moun- - Mrs Ade Webb died in Clark county, City of the new school ! come in the past few years in the past God iu lais wisdom has recalled, board of trustees Eighteen years ago next August, Rarus'ftajnand88(l3jderee0rt8 the8ur Million, Miss E Million, Mrs Jane m of Reform for Kentucky is now organized few years, but only a few housewives Sausa'ge The boou His love hadiven, trotted a mile in 2 13J over the Buffalo rand sea breezes of some of the most de agjd 40 years. Mitchell,. Mrs. Mary Monday, Susie and ready to receive proposals for dona- have become familiar with the method. And though the body slumbers here, track, and 4l years ago, next month Po- -, lightful reeorta on the Atlantic Coast or The XftderH Beaaty AFFORD. MEATS THE MARKETS BEST Nicholson, Ida Nathan, Sophie tion of sites, money or other necessaries By the use of the "California Cold ProThe siul is safe cahoiitas paced a mile to a wagon in the cool mountain breesea of Swannanoa, Thrives on good food and sunshine, with Parker, Ed for cites aud towus desirous of obtaining cess" all fruits can be kept perfectly 4th. That these resolutions be spread 2.17. Role; Sarah AsheYilte, Lookout Mountain and others pljjnty o! exercise in the open air. Her the location of the institutions. Addreas without cooking, heatingoreveu seailing, at large on the minutes of the ledge, pub- Roberta, Ed Sirawo, Peter Stagner, Mary form glows with health and her face A tumor was foand. in tire heart of 2,500 feet above the sefevtevfr). communications to W. P. Walton, the fruit being as good after two or three lished ill the Masonic Home JoarnaFand Stone, Maggie For copy of ;gaide call at the oAtee of bl'kww with its beauty. If her system Kightiagalei 2.08, at tle post mortf'Ba, Stanford years of preserving and lastes as natural the Richmond Climax and a cojiysent to Sexon, Vinna Stanford, as soon as practical Turner, Fieldon Taylor, Mr Jessie MOST PERFECT MADE. She wm bailed in thtfcentertf the ftM aay prominent eoeoenagont or Mad S ntedethe cleansing action ofa laxative J aa perfectly fresh fruit. This process of the laniily of our deceased bt other. Journal Xext to Richmond National --Bank (nv Walker, Fred j preserving fruits makes it a pleasure. the aasoeiajti&B has or- ceat- - Dtamp to GAMimi'yktir, Ami.-"Ge'- l 4edy,&le uses tho gentle and pleasant MaJn.Sc Telephcaegjfc. Whiter, K S Fiw at Louisville-anA we GraDe Cream of Richmond has a redundancy of sites, 1 WacSeus, Jonah Wells, Mrs Sallie Iwir Ammonia, ARto or any ether aduKerant, dered a totabstoae to .nw, ujf urtj. waissvnnsm Pins. jffmMaOBH&atirtaa-- . mmtorj erect nil ui t but il'ri a hight how the owners don't See Frances Casey a experience in aa- Committee. i.omlthc YEARS THE STAMOAW iSjEMI C0fflpV, 40 J, B wl '.us, e.M. I , Geo, Wv Fkazieb, J ed at the grave. ieeue. vraut to give them up. other place In i old-tim- Adams, brotner of Robert Ad- - succeeds Kirby. ihib county, died in Clark count-- , Change of L & X. Time Card. aged seventy-fiv- e years. i Morning train leaves at 6:25 a. m. inThumps Duereoc saw an old otter stead of G:30 a. m. eral young ones, near Hagan's Evening train arrives 7:33 p. m. instead of 7:18 p. m. iii biker Creek, recently. Stanford and Rowland train arrives at t Ternll, every vote in the school 7:10 p. m. instead of G:05 p. m.. and i . t tmt three was cast and the" suc-- i, leaves at 7:40 p. m. instead of 7:23 p. m. tuistee got one majority. All other trains as heretofore. C B Fugleman & Co., at K. C. de-- i Returned by Wagon. re dosing wit their groceries and After an absence of probably fifteen ii,n an exclusive meat shop. years Brutus Maupin and wife have reMrs 0. V. Pickles is in Cincinnati turned to Madison county for the sum. ting herself in piano music in mer. They live in Cass county. Mo , a ii she is exceedingly proficient. Kansas border county. Mr. Maupin week ago a Fort Estill man Baid has been in poor herlth for several years, had the best field of and believed a trip by wagon would help iil!nrt Ma-so-n e the county high as your head. himt so he came by that method in of conveyance. They were thirty-fiv- e .Lite Herndon shipped six carsofex- days on the road. over the R X. I. & B yeoter- - Um -- tr-- i In the case of the Beattyville Construction Company against the Three Forks Investment Company and C. D. Chenault, assignee of the company, an agreed judgment was entered this morning in the Common Pleas division. It is agreed in the judgment that the defendants surrender to the plaintiff all right and title to the $15,000 of Beattyville and Cumberland Gap railroad bonds, $15,000 of the stock in the same company, and $10,000 of the capital stock of the Kentucky Improvement Company, all of which securities were mentioned in the pleadings in the case as collateral security for the notesuedon. The plaintiff agrees to withdraw the notes and deliver them to the defendants, canceled. The defendants pay all cost. Louisville Post. Dr. G. Goldstein, of Louisville, who is well known in this city, is here to fit glasses to the eyes of all who are in need of them. He has made the study of optics a specialty, and any one in need of glasses cannot do better than give him a call. He can be found at the Hotel Glyndon for a few days. Parents of children whose eyes are in any way affected should take them to Dr. Goldstein and have them examined. Too much care cannot be taken in this particular, as any neglect on tho part of parents may result in the most serious consequences in after life. If the eyes of the child need glasses the doctor can determine it and adjust such glasses as will be most apt to preserve and increase the strength. The doctor has been giving satisfaction for many years, and we recommend him as worthy the patronage ot the public. Those suffering with their eyes should call on him, and if be don't give relief it will not cost them anything. He can adjust to any eyes and any age. A good glass rightly adjusted is a luxury to a person with failing sight they can ill afford to do without. A glass imperfectly adjusted is worse than no glass. Office hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Cemetery Improvements. Central University .closed its 22d session in great form. The long line of graduates in their classical gowit3 and caps made an imposing appearauae. The program, as presented last issue, was carried out. Tho oration by Hon. E. J. McDermott, of Louisville, who was pleasantly introduced to the audience by attorney J. A. Snllivau.was not less in power and ramification than any ever delivered in the institution. He clearly pointed out the uses and abuses of education, and marked the way from the cradle to the grave so that no young wan may go wrong in his way through life. He scored to the most sensitive nerve the flood of trashy literature of the day, and the biased and dangrous yublicatidns that pretend to be histoiries of our country and people. He excoriated narrowness and bigotry He had no patience with cant; advised against being ruled by cant, and advocated "an open miud and a sound judgment-- " Hereunder are tbeproceediugs ing the oration: ' DACHELORS OF AKT. follow- E F Abbott J G Alexandder R T Benton J M Cornelison , Indiana Arkansas MissLCCrow WP Simpsons C V Lallance Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky West Virginia BACHELORS OF SCIENCE. J R Riggs P H Steenbergen IiVCIIKLOKS Kentucky West Virginiua OF LETTERS. in the Christian Standard that ,Mfea A: M. Fritz, Station A, St. Louis, Mo., would give an elegant plated hook spoon to any one sending her ten stamps. I sent for one and found it so useful that I showed it to my friends, and made $18 in two hours, taking orders for the spoon. The hook spoon is a household necessity. It cannot slip into the dish or cooking vessel, being held in the place by a hook on the back. The MfMl win spoon is something housekeepers have needed ever since spoons were first invented. Any one can get asample spoon by sending ten stamps to Miss a better understanding of the Fritz. This is a splendid way to make With nature of the many phys- money around home. Very truly, ical Bis, which vanish before proper efJeuette S. forts gentle efforts pleasantefforta "As if a brick were lying in my stomrightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of ach" is the description by a dyspeptic of sickness are not due to any actual dis- his feeling after eating. ease, but simply to a constipated condiThis is oue of the commonest symption of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt- toms of indigestion. If you have it, take ly removes. That is why it is the only Shaker Digestive Cordial. remedy with millions of families, and is Not only this symptom, but all the everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial symptoms of indigestion are cured by effects are due to the fact, that it Is the Shaker Digestive Cordial. one remedy which promotes internal So many medicines to cure this one cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore disorder. Only one that can be called all important, in order to get its bene- successful, because only one that acts in ficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine arti- a simple, natural, and yet scientific way. cle, which is manufactured by the Cali- Shaker Digestive Cordial. fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by Purely vegetable, and containing no all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, dangerous ingredients, Shaker Digestive and the system is regular, laxatives or Cordial tones up, strengthens, and reother remedies are then not needed. If stores to health all the digestive organs. afflicted with any actual disease, one Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $1 may be commended to the most skillful physieians, but if in need 61 a laxative, a bottle. one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Figsstanrt8 highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. Corrected Weekly. Butter. 12J to 15c lb " 6 enraged state of mind, had shot Jesse Eggs to 7c doz Tyree, of Rockcastle county, while the Chickens (live) 5c lb latter was not ouly helpless by reason of Chickens (spring) 10c lb the fact that he was subject to epileptic Ducks (live) 5c lb fits but was also pleading piteously for Cheese 10tol2Jclb his life. There was only one witness to Lard 8Jc lb the foul deed, and he was Jason Reed, Beeswax 20c lb who has since been discharged from the Ginseng $2.50clb asylum as cured of his malady. 11 to 12c lb Wool (No 1) 7 to 8c Ih Immediately after the murder Piatt Burrj- - and Cott 3 J to 4c lb Green bides made good his escape, and has never Dry hides 5 to 6c lb been heard of until about a month ago, Feathers (new) 35c lb nt I read State of Ohio, City of Toledo, To borrow $200 for 2 or 3 years. Lien, on real eeUte. Address S., Box 391, Richmond, Ky. It Hanna will be chairman of the Republican National committhe. Every man having a beard Bhould keep it an even and natural color, and if it is not so already, use Buckingham's Dye and appear tidy. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter was elected for Kentucky, by the Kentucky delegation at St. Louis. The workman often eats his lunch on the same bench where he does his work. The office man turns his desk into a dining table. Neither gets the out of door exercise he needs, neither takes the proper time for eating. It is small wonder that the digestion of both gels out of order. In such cases Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets come to their assistance by aiding nature in taking care of the Vice-Preside- nt Luoas Cousty, J Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of J. Cheney & Co., doing business In of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sun. the-cit- Fq" of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Hf Gladness Comes and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use ot Hall's Catarrh Cre, Frank J. Chbnky. Sworn to before me and subscribed my presence, this 6th day of Doeomfcor. A.D.1SS0. -- - , A. W. Gleason f v-J iifi aw: ja nt 2-- 14 Aetory PtMk. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takes iateraatty and acts directly on the blood aad m-cosurfaces of the system. Sead Ik us testimonials free. F. J. Cheney, & Co., Toted, O. Ea"Sold by druggists, 75c. Lexington now has standard Personal. Faai BKdtcal rcferesce book time- - well-inform- when Sheriff Gross received official J yes-erda- s. -- m i 1 Kentucky communication from England, published Ohio below, also a letter from Piatt himself, Miss Mary Letcher Kentucky informing him that one Edward Richard P K McElroy W II Stoue Kentucky Taylor had been arrested for burglary and was confined in the jail at Oxford. DEPABTMENT GRADUATES. Piatt, alias Taylor, wrote to the effect O L T M Conrad, Philosophy, Bible, Kentucky that he was guilty of murdering Tyree was J T Duncan, Philosophy, Bible, English, on or about December 16, 1885, andtrial. anxious to return and stand his History, Political Science Kentucky Ho is confident of an acquittal, or prePhysiology Texas fers to be a prisoner in America rather Miss Laura Lynn. English confined in England or even Miss Mary Tribble, Philosophy, Bible, than to be Kentucky to be free in a foreign land. Piatt owed English allegiance to thecrown of England at the F M Walker, Greek, Physics, Astronotime of his crime, but Boon after his es-- Kentucky my language, cape took naturalization papers at John R Thomas, Modern Kentucky Rochester. N. Y. Latin, Physiology There is a standing reward of $600 The coveted inscription "Magna Cum grad- for the arrest and conviction of Tyree's Laude" was won by the following murderer, $400 being offered by the State uates w ho had attained an average of 95 and $200 by the Asylum authorities. or under for their senior and junior years: Sheriff Gross will go for Piatt, alias Riggs, Lallance, Simmons, McElroy, BenTaylor, if it is satisfactorily proven that ton, Steenbergen, Abbott. Mr. Rings' rebejs the mau wanted and the State is ceived the highest markt 84:5, and conthe expenses of the trip. sequently led the class, a Igreat willing difficult to prove above Piatt will find lt,quite achievement since six;others were his innocence shouloMi ever be put on 90. trial for the murder of Tyjee. C Barbour Mc-Cor- be-bef- lit-era- rv Cin-ciiiu..- ::, new-driv- of the sick- person aitictea with asy iBecnl. chroaic The cause of nine-tentcate disease peculiar to tneir sex. Adr J ness of the world is constipation. From Ieadtae DhvsiciaBS aad surgeoas of the Ui (M1 this one cause come indigestion ; disor- States, Or. Hathaway ix Co.. 79 Dearboca Miwt, . U&ieago. ders of the stomach, liver and kidneys ; biliousness, headaches, flatulence, heartLightning Hot Drops burn, impurity of the blood and the seriWhat a Funnr Name! ous complications that follow. To begin Very True, but It Kills AH Pain. with, constipation is a little thing, and a Sold Everywhere. Every Day little thing will cure it. The "Pleasant Pellets" are tiny, sugar coated granules. Without Relief, There Is No Pari They will perfectly cure the worst case of constipation and indigestion. If the druggist tries to sell you some other pill that pays him greater profit, just think of what will best pay you. no more credit;don't k Kentucky's delegation at St Louis re- POSITIVELY expensive experwoee solved in favor of a gold standard. and considerable vexation, we find it to be to the interest of both buyer Thousands have tested the great build seller to adopt the csh system of doing. ing-upower of Hood's Sareapaiilla and business. We can't afford to pay cash have found renewed strength, vigor and for stock and sell meat on time asd the honest buyer can't afford to pay high vitality in its use prices to cover the los of t hosts tmt Auditor jStone favors abandoning the don't pay at all. Consequently Irom this time on we will sell exclsivly for Eddy ville penitentiary- - -- lie is right. We buy nothing but the vry cash. Some people are constantly troubled best, and will sell you the best of Beef, Mutton or Pork from five to eiht with pimples and boils, especially about a pound. We will take either gold,eete silremedy is ver or greenbacks in exchange for oar the face and neck. The best a thorough course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, goods. All those knowing themeelveti which expels all humors through the indebted to us are requested to settle by day of July, or their accounts proper chanuels and so makes the skin the firstput "in the hands of an officer foe will be become soft, healthy and fair. collection. A Cnance to Make Money. 3 C. B. Esglemax A Co. I have berries, grapes and peaches, a John W. Yerkes was elected National year old, fresh as when picked. I use Committeeman for Kentucky by the the California Cold process, do not heat Kentucky delegation at St. Louis. or seal the fruit; just put it up cold, keeps Byron used a great deal of perfectly fresh, and costs almost nothing; but was very particular to have only the can put up a bushel in ten minutes. XjL But. ii&sni, Ej If. Vaa J Last week I sold directions to over 120 best to be found in the market. If Ssi KDHt Ayer's Hair Vigor hal been obtainable S. T. families; anyone will pay a dollar for Mm., 4c Bfj. Mk directions, when they see the beautiful then, doubtless he would have tested its virtue of a judgment and order of samples ot truit. As there are many merits, and so many distinguished and sale of the Madison Circuit Court, fashionable people are doing rendered at the April Term thereof, people poor like myself, I consider it mv duty to give my experience to such, and Johu L. Sullivan has left the stage; he in the above style cause, the undersigned will, on feel confident any one can make one or is dead broke. two hundred dollars round home in a Neglect of the hair often destroys its few days. I will mail samples of fruit SOU, 1888, vitality and natural hue, and causes it to Tuesday, and complete direction, to any of 'your fall out. Before it is too late, apply readers, for eighteen twojeents stamps, Hall's Renewer, a eure remedy. Between tho hours of 10 o'clock, a. ra., which is only the actual cost of the samand ll o'clock, a. in., on the premises in ple, postage, etc., to me Francis Casey, Alderman John W. Barclay, of LexingMadison county, Ky., proceed to expose St. Louis, Mo. 214 ton, fell from the train platform in the to public sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property, vk.: Don't let anyone persuade you to take tunnel, at Richmond, Va., and was dananything else instead of Simmons Liver gerously hurt. Qf Lanc Regulator. Some merchants will try to Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cou a Madison couaty. Ky , o the do this but not for your good. They do Remedy especially. jkTcco growers would "TO t .,. ,W,, 1 HUU.NUltx San Ex Snli to write the Company at once V.r it to make a little more profit on some- and wl"--Tiartiriilor 1o . j. thing which is of an interior quality, lprorr -f A. t r M. A. M. r.H. Irvjae , 3o . though you must pay just as mnc3t' n:s 3o M t jf the bad as for the good. Be.fio pace the " Merlj- ,o s a, Simmons Liver Regulative the gratifica- RkksMHKl 6 oj jo 5 5 o7" etse. i8 jt reasonable age.- -' fe'itical party which as against Veriltes.4 7 S 4 DID YOU EVER $eiiiri89-4-i in A.M. P.M. A. X. Mr. Editor. I have f&" two r.K. v. mnHo en m.i.h mnnov in r. even one - f I V O Trains Vtween Loanville and V,vnea eaair ,Lon.; H'.ni.u uuauiraa ouu ti.:ni- - t utm.---- -- nnrl npl1 rrS ?LJ Trains betweea Ciacauau yTfimrfft rrjrn i; iisui Kn.:n.. ium& x aii-5i- u ,ur, j allies i. eiuuT. euiuid him. I am very young yet and have had AD train, connect wK m7 .to.8xP0s little experience in selling goods, but siding at Monroe, Mich., was severelv , and from LomsYiiie ii?beat utdder. tite "to viz.: eight hundred dollars in afflicted with rheumatism but received uuce 1 have mado-ove- r "be made, . " ten weeks 'selling Dish Washers. It is prompt relief from pain by using Cham- mmey so orrfwoa to costs hereof. simply wonderful how easy it is to sell berlain's Pain Balm. He says: "At TERMS. Sale will he made on a erefc them. All you have to do is to show the times mv back would ache so badly that of six and twelve months equally TWe ladies how they work and they cannot I could hardly raise up. If I had not purchasers will be required togtveboad, help but buy one. For the benefit of gotten relief I would not be here to write with good security, for the paymont oC the others I will state that I got my start these lew lines: Chamberlain's Pain and purchase money, to have tba fotee effect of a judgment, bearing le-- al from the Mound City Dish Washer Co , Balm has done me a groat deal of good interest from the day of sale, with a Ke St. Louis, Mo. Write to them and they I feel very thankful for it." For sale by reserved upou sakl property until ait tke Hagans Pharmacy. purchase money is paid. will send you full particulars. think I can clear over 3,000 the comI A Louisville fire consumed r,500 bar S. SCOTT. M. C. M. C C. 3 ing year, and I am not going to let the rels of whisky Saturday. opportunity pass. Try it and publish If it required an annual outlay of $100,-00- 0 your success for the benefit of others. to insure a family against any serious J. F. C. consequences from an attack of bowel Bradley is "cutting a great swell at complaint during the year there are Chicago. many who would feel duty to food. Sn Cash! Cash! Cash! ad tm p 2-- "Cofliissioiier's Sale! '-f-- wi hair-dressi- now-a-day- s- l5, Juu k Gertaia TraQt iwK rol... .. vrrsi S- ioKiortue: '2r', r - f. and See,,, JJ . .. ;a "-- n3fHfertv, 4 I 3. 2-- UUrittiv U m r r in H ew-tome- r' . i H3 1 u j One-thousa- 8 8 Notice to Creditors! l4 :,f MURDERER Idea ja cold-blood- nd b:tr:tszz;:';: MUTTON, VEAL, FISH, Breakfast Ham, Ham, Lard, II Mi DOUGLAS & SMITH. BEEF, PORK, LIST OF LETTERS gV JBrW CREAM OR; ff gg f &g BAKING Tartar-Powder". POWKR Prompt .Delivery, m .Jeff-Sckiyner- W i i m I 1 ic 3 J! I' ! Si I i "ife. (,IS & IN - ' - - i - ',y it .h i -;-- -- 1?' y - ii t j u- - 1&--' " J" - -- ?. f1 t Wr ' - : I Y' .. '? fO-- v r .rv ."j ".f ',,i y! - J i Jfc r fi . r f 1 i KENTUCKY Xb NEWS. of tba DAVISON,!. Cnreslonl tucky DUtrlet Over. NicnoiiAsoitLK, JJy June Fight la the Mgath 13. ill Ken J, "Y11-mo- rc J KENTUCKYDISTILLERS. They Meet la XonUvUle to Conaldrr Means to Jtelievo the Depressed Condition of the. Trade. X.OCISVILLE, Ky., June 11. Tho distillers of Kentucky are in session at T FAOTORY BURNELX t ftport, Ky.,,ns a Big Blaze destroyed' MEANS-Ann-strdng's- MILLION Xtet Xewi From All Part Co mmonwealth. S Ky., June 15. In th west end of this county Keller .Black, aged 23, fatally cut liis brother Clifton, a fed 18. As is customary In On the young men meet each Saturday afternoon on the farm of Thomas Wright and ploy baseball. In the game Saturday the brothers where on opposite sides and got into a dispute. Keller advanced on his brother, who raised a bat to defend himself. Before he could strike,, the other inflicted fire wounds with the knife, one of them extending from the naval to the spine, from which a portion of the liver and intc&tines protruded and which were pushed back into the cavity by the wounded boy himself. While f rends endeavored to get Keller off of Clifton, Keller used the knife like a demon, and cut four or five of the other players. John Black, another brother, mounted Keller's horse to go after a physician, when Keller tried to shoot him. and he only saved his life by sliding off on the opposite side of the animal. During the night remorse caused Keller to attempt suicide by hanging, but he was frustrated in Tiis designs. Later in the nipht he disappeared, and it is thought he has killed himself. Four doctors say there is no hope for the wounded lad. The Blacks are among the best people in the county. James Black, the father, having been deputy county clerk for many years. HARitoDSBDKG, neigh-"borhoo- LIKE A DEMON He Slutted One Broiler With a Knife and Attempted to Shoot Another. d Tho Eighth district Republican convention met in Nicholasville to nominate a calii didate for congress. CoL W. J- presided. The work began by nominating lion. Andrew Baker and Maj. E. W. Draffcn for temporary chairman. The vote taken electe.3 Baker by 96 to 59. Nest was the selection of the committees on resolutions and credentials. The committee on rules made its report restricting the nominating speeches to ten minutes. CoL P. M, JMcRoberts presented the name of Judgti 0. M, Davison, of Lincoln county, to the convention as a candidate for congress. At this juncture Hon. J. Speed Smith, of Madison, the other candidate for nomination, seeing defeat was certain, that Davisn8 nomination be made unanimous, i liich was done rather reluctantly by the Smith forces. The convention then adjourned. UNKNOWN CONFEDERATE DEAD. The Graves of 101 of Thorn Decorated at Ilnpitlnavllle. Hopkixsvilij;, Ky., Juno 13. A largo crowd was in attendance upon the ceremonies of decorating the graves of tho 101 unknown confederate dead, xvho bleep in tho cemetery of i Aid From . the Covington Fire Department. - June 13. Newport, Ky.,f J. L. tobacco warehouse, corner oi Fourth and Mpss streets, was entirely RUST'S 'ulnars DR. COTTOH ROO- T- shadow this city, beneath the of tho Latham monument. Dinner was served by the ladies of the Memorial association at Moaybn's hall, where hundreds of visitors were fed, after which the procession formed, and, headed by the band, marched to the cemetery, v here the decoration services took place. The Cincinnati & Kentucky Southern railroad has been sold for old iron, J. Joseph & Bros., of Cincinnati, having bought it. A company of vt ealthy gentlemen living in the territory through vhich it runs may be organized to continue the road in use. If not, it w ill be dismantled and the entire outfit shipped to Cincinnati. The road runs from King's Mountain, on the Cincinnati Southern road, to Yosemite, in Casey county. 12. . Danville, Ky., June Railroad Sold for Old Iron. John V. Barkley. swathed in bandages and all reached home Saturday night, and is nursing a score or more of very painful bruises. The alderman and his wife had been to New York, and were en route home via the GiO, when near Richmond, Va., Friday evening, Mr. Barkley started from the day coach to the sleeper in the rear. Just as he stepped upon the platform of the sleeper the train lunged around a curve and darted into a tunnel. The alderman was thromn into the muddy pulley at the side of the darkened passage, where he lay bleeding and unconscious, while the train sped on. He finally found his senses and proceeded on through the dingy hole to the station nearly a mile away, where his wounds were dressed. FROM A TRAIN Lexington 31 an Was Thrown as It ar-e- d A a TnnnrL Lexixgtos, Ky., June 15. Alderman Confederate Memorial Day. Thursday was Confederate Memorial day, and it was appropriately observed by the confederate veterans' camp of this city. Dr. V. T. Bohing, of Lexington, delivered an address at the courthouse, followed by music and recitations. The graves of the dead soldiers were handsomely decorated, and a programme of musical selections and religious exercises carried out- PARIS, Ky.. 12. June St ley will go to St. Louis Sunday night FIRST MURDERED, and will remain during the convention. Old Soldier Iran Hanged to a Then the The governor will go in a special car gapllng Near Ills Home. Dkittox, Ky., June 15. YVlnson with a party of friends, among whom Fletcher. 50 years of age. a soldier and will be Assistant Adjutant General pensioner, who claimed he lived iD Forrester, Gen Dan R. Collier, State Ashland, Ky., but has been living with Treasurer Long and others. a woman here for the last three weeks Xntlonil llducational Aftaoclatton. FKAXKroRT, Ky.. June 12. Prof. and whose home is about a mile south Rhoads, of this city, manager of here, was found hanging to a small sapling near the house in the bushes bj forKentucky of the National Educaa piece of hickory bark. tional association, is sending out circuHis knefs were resting on the ground, lars advising tho teachers of the state and there was no sign that he had about the details for the annual big 6truggled any. From his position it is meeting, to be held this year at Buffagenerally believed he was first killed lo, N. Y., July and then hung. At the inquest noth There Will He No Compromise. ing was brought to show that he had Louisvilli:, Ky.. June 12. A special been foully dealt with, but the verdicl from Nicholasville says that the town of the jury was that he came to hte is filling vt ith delegates to the repubdeath by unknown hands and then lican congressional convention. All hung. New developments arc looked hope of a compromise on a third man for. ""tnwn Snjith and Davidson has been 1. Go to SU Louis. Ilradley Frankfort, Ky., June 12. Gov. BradAV1U Mc-Hen- ry MQtfY Dl M. . the state -- Ky., June 15. Last December a special train that had been chartered to take the Center college football team to Lexington struck and kllied Wiley Landers, an old citizen of Burgin. The heirs sued for 520,000 damages, but CoL E. H. Gaither, attorney for the Landers, met some of the Cincinnati Southern railway officials Q.9.1I the sultwascompromlsed forS2,000 damages and funeral expenses. DA3.-VII.I.- ai of blazing.whuney. Cost the Southern SS.OOO. in acres Bourbon land; liabilities unknown. Its Old Onlcers. Louisville. Ky., June 12. The supreme lodge of the Knights of Honor all the Thursday morning old officers, including John Mulligan, of Yonkers, N. Y., as supreme dictator. 20 ed 12. L. K. Wright, n Bourbon county farmer, assigned Thurs lay afternoon to Amos Turney and Nathan Bayless. Assets, Paris, Ky., June w his capture. Kentucky Farmer "for y Assigns. a well-kno- Matpield, Ky., June 15. John Herald, a colored brakeman, had both of his legs crushed just below the knees Sunday morning between this, place and Wingo. Herold was on the baggage car attempting to beat his way, and when tho conductor discovered and asked him 'or fare he refused, and, it is alleged, was kicked from tho car, falling under the train. Bleck, who fatally stabbed his brother and fatally wounded others in Mercer county, has disappeared since his attempt to suicide was frustrated. cle Bill Lewis, aged 79 years, died here. He drove the hearse In the funerals of Henry Clay and President Polk. Keller Black DUappearg. Louisville, Ky., June 15. Keller Lost Hoth Leps. Chas. Christian, a wealthy citizen of this count3 was thrown from his reaper, his fight leg being cut off at the 12. G. Kidht Lep Cut OfT. HorKixsvrLLE, Ky June knee and the upper limb terribly gled. Gets a Life Sentence. man- Jeffries, SO years of age, died at his home in Casey county of old age, leaving a widow, helplessly paralyzed, eight grown children and S7 grandchildren. Mr. Jeffries had a rather remarkable family record. He was, married in Russell county many years ago, but for six years and six months after his marriage no child was born to him. During the succeeding 15 years, howe er, he became the provd father of 10 children. Eleven of the lot were girls. There were seven seis of twin Eckstein Korton Unlterslty. Cask Si'iuxa, Ky., June 11. The pro- that arrived consecutively, and then gramme of commencement exercises for five singles. Two of the girls married Eckstein Norton university for colored and each of them became, twice mothstudents, at this place, has been com- ers of twins; pleted. June 14, 15, 10 ans 17 will be DUG FOR WATER, given over to the various features at They Found OH, and tho Kentock-ian- s the university, and Thursday, June 18, But Are Grcntly KTcltcd. a programme will be given at the Temple theater, Louisville, CoL Bennett Preston, Ky., Juno 13. On account oi H. Young to make the address of the there being'no good water at this place, citizens subscribed to Pence & Lewis, evening. contractors, S3 each to have a well A Female Horscthlef Captured. Henderson, Ky., June 1L George drilled. The gas escaped Friday nnd Ingle, a farmer near Dalton, Hopkins caught fire. They had a very hard time OS feet to get bounty, had a valuable horse stolen on deep, it out. The well is now and the water turns out to be Monday night. Starting in pursuit of the thief, he found her in the person of about 25 per cent. oil. Great exciteprevails throughout the a young woman, dressed in men's mentarrangements will be madecountry, at once clothes. She shed tears copiously, but and to sink wells for oiL refused to answer all questions. She Suicided in the Cumberland Rlrer. was taken to jail to await the action of Glasgow, Ky., June 13 Miss Eunice the grand jury. Keen, of Burksville, sister to the sherDreaklng Cp a Gang of Thieves. McKinnkv, Ky., June 11. In the cir- iff of Cumberland county, committed cuit court at Stanford Dick Ivans, Mil- suicide Friday morning by throwing ler Broadus, Owsley Ivans and Will herself into the Cumberland river. She Brown were sentenced to five years arose at daybreak and slipped out of enoh in the penitentiary for stealing. the house without tho knowledge of A band of thieves had existed near any of her family, and went directly to Stanford for several years. Others are the river. Her body was recovered implicated who are yet to be tried. about an hour later. She was SO years Adam Trice, a colored boy, w as given of ago. No reason ls known for hor one year in the penitentiary for house- taking her life. Bloody Affair on llruflh Creetu breaking. Middleruro, Ky., June 13. Nows Jlonded Warehouse Durns. Lexington, Ky., June 11. Fire de- reached here of a shooting and cutting stroyed the bonded warehouse of A. C scrape on Brush Creek, ten miles south in which John Pitman Pile, at Glnsgow, Barren county, Tues- of here, day night. Thirty barrels of whisky was shot badly and Eph Pitman cut and 15 barrels of brandy, valued at several times. The latter is not ex65,000, were consumed. Insurance, pected to live. Mrs. Lindsey Lane was shot in the arm and side. Nothing 63,000. The fire engine house, adjoining-, was also destroyed. The fire was definite can be ascertain(l of the cause of the trouble, but all were drunk, and tho work of an incendiary. no one else there. Kentucky Siamese Twins. For the Fourth Time, Hrowxsville. Ky., June 11. Mrs. Frankfort. Ky., Juno lVKon. Evan Willis Lindsay, wife of a well to do dairyman of this county, gave birth to E. Settle, of Owen county, and Jumcs twin boys Tuesday night. They are Andrews Scott, q "Frankfort, for tho grown together from the hips to tho defense, and Attorney Genoral Taylor, for contfnonwealth, 'Sr. being more closely united case thethA;6Virt of nppealsargued J.the in of Dr. L. i the Siamese twins. Tho Hassie, ofVoWn, who is under sennre like claws. tence for life foe the murder of Jesse "robated. Honoker. The case has been reversed CobXiO 11: The will ce , late president of three times the court of appeals. Womnn Fatally (turned. jjv5cky, was probated Louisville, Ky., June 13. Mrs. NelJudge Richie in tho j before court. The bulk of the estate, lie G. Adams, who lives at No 11(5 d at about 51,000,000, is divided Eighteenth street, was fatallly burned . in a gasoline explosion Friday mornumoug his wife and children. ing. The attending physician says it Gave Him Lead Instead of Water. is impossible for her to recover, and 11. In JohnLexington, Ky., June that her death is only a question of son county L. Conley emptied the con- time- The accident was probably due tent!; of a doable-barrshotgun into of Samuel Walters, fatally , to the woman's carelessness. the breast Bradley Xot Coin? to M. wounding him. Tho dispute came up Frankfort, Ky., June 13. It is said over Walters call at Conlcy's house for i that Gov. Bradley received his tickets some water. for St Louis Thursday night and had Cave-I- n In a Tunnel. arrangements to go, but that on Glkncoe, Ky., June 11. There was a made receiving them he told a friend he might cave-iat Eagle Tunnel, three miles as he would not go to St. north of this place, at one p. m., while use them, state officers leave SaturLouis. The they were arching in. About fifty feefc day for the Mound City. came down, "killing New't Flanigan. AU Incendiary Fire at NormaL trains will be delayed boveral hours. Oatlettsruro, Ky., June 13. Thurs- An Alleged Assault. Habrodshurg, Ky., June It. H. D. day night at Normal a frame house be longing to John Van Horn was burned, Prowitt was arrested here and lodged ne was just preparing to move into it in the Danville jaiL He is charged summer. It is supposed to have with committing a criminal assault on for the lives in the edge of been the work of an incondiary. Tho Mrs. Bugg, who loss is placediat S1.000. Boyle oounty. -to-da- y, the Gait house Wednesday to consider means to relieve the depressed condition of the whisky niarket by suspending or limiting production for a given time. There are about forty distillers in attendance. The committee of Pennsylvania distillers expected had not arrived at noon. As soon as the meeting was called to order a resolution 'was offered to be signed by the distillers of tho state providing for a total suspension from July, 181(0, to January, 1898, provided that the agree1 ment should bo signed by 85 per cent, of the registered capacity of the state. The session will probably last two days and it will result in the appointment of a committee to visit all the distillers of the state and induce them to sign such an agreement as is set forth in tho above resolution. It is also thought that production will also be limited after the time of suspension expires. A committee was appointed to draw up an agreement in conformity with the resolution to suspend production. Tho Kentucky distillers, in session here Wednesday afternoon, adopted the following resolution; "Each of the undersigned hereby agree not to make, or permit to be made, any whisky of any kind, and that he will not sell, lease or rent or make any trade arrangement of any kind by which any other person is authorized or permitted to make any whisky of any kind in the distillery or distilleries which he owns or controls in the state of Kentucky from July 1, 1890, to Jnnuary 1, 1S9S." utcs The.lwallding'islOO by 00 feet and bull entirely of frame, two stories in hoigh! TheNewport fire department rcspon ed guickly.'but u strong wind was blowing; fitym tho northf and within 20 min 15 byfire Friday afternoon buildings which was burned, was seri ously ill, and had to bo carried out firemen. The loss was complete-Effects of the lesidents caught they were removed from th, building. The loss will probablj amount to 330,000, with but little insur ance on the property. REMARKABLC RECORD Of Hamuol Jeffries, Who ls Dead In Case) County. Danville, Ky., June 18. Samuel "Nearly all of the hose belonging t the Newport fire company was uaugh in the fire ami destroyed, and Coving ton was apjiealctl to fof aid. Durin the excitement of the fire anothe alarm was turned in' from box 52, a Fifth and Central Avenue, Newport which necessitated the taking off o one engine to that fire. Mrs. Kuhl. who lived in one of tin imall dwellings were destroyed . r lemurrer General Maxwell and W. A. Sudduth were heard for tho telejmuph and express companies and General Hendrick for the 3tatc It is probable he demurrers to the amended bill will be sustainedjwhen tho cases will go direct to the supreme court of the-- United States. The questions involved right of the state to tax the franchises of these corporations Huder a rule adopted by theJegis-latur- e In 1892. If the state wins it will add close to a million dollars to her -- For the Old Commonwealth If She Beats the Companies. Frankfort, Ky,, Juno 10. In the Dnited States court hero Judge Barr, after argument, sustained tho demurrer of Norman to bills of complaint Western tho of Union Co. and the Telegraph express companies. The complainants offered an amendment to each of their bills to which the defendant renewed his demurrer and on this ruyvnnvii enn nuiai. lwari atkfor Dr.ltoifs rennyroral Female fail and nrer Injure. dress on receive 01 reliable and FHI i iilw,,. esi& Bill Original , T r rl tu t PiGE0M5lfe "wctjoiK m b $1 . 1 SSTSoId by AV. $1.00 br Tfco East Medicine Co, St. Paul. Minn. G. White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. fi Mm Cotion Root and pleto in one Pills. Tier never MallrdtoonaU- - on receipt ol .. &;, , "-- (. , r.t -- . bj n.0".."! package. Slailed U fc.it "7 cJfc...u I FIR a j 1 V j 1 jl kV JlJL a VI j 1 11 W V (0 ) are-th- e OUR ENTIRE STOCK OE CLOTHING, DRY (0 left from Kentucky, Tuesday evening for St. Louis, to be present at a meeting of the national committee Wednesday. Mr. Yerkes has twice placed Gov. Bradley in nomination before Kentucky conventions, and, should Mr. Bradley bo put forward at St. Louis, he will nominate him there Mr. Yerkes will bo in the convention as one of the delegates from this (the Eighth) distriot. marriage occurred here Tuesday afternoon, when Miss Jennie Todd, daughter of Live Stock Auctioneer Jo Todd, was married to Edward P. Henderson, of Vincennes, Ind. They met Monday for the first timo, the engagement being brought about through a. matrimo nial agency Suit for Defamation of Character. Ilock-cr-Crigl- revenues. YERKES OFF FOR ST. LOUIS. Should Bradley's Name. Be Presented Mr. Yerkes V.'lll ainko the Speech. Danville, Ky., Juno 10. Hon. John W. Yerkes, republican national com-nitteem- an f Ratj!lf m PLUG For instance, there's " BATTLE AX." The piece is bigger than you ever saw before for 5 cents. And the quality is. as many a man .has said, " mighty good. ' Tnere's no guess work in this statement. It is jusi a plain fact. Sometimes quality is sacrificed in the effort to give big quantity for little money. No doubt about that. But once in a while it isn't. BIG AND GOOD. n jp GOODS, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must be closed out at - """ ) f3 6) ; 9J (9 inlbtd! Come and get A Romantic Wedding. LEXiNGToN.Ky., June 10. A romantic bargains. Our is now going on. su! !i w) 8) 19 MilliQenj at Great Baaio? 8) Lexington. Ky., June 10. The damage suit for 825,000 for defamation of character, which has been in tho circuit court for the past two years, was called for trial Tuesday. The plaintiff is Col. T. Logan Hocker. of this city, and the defendant is Col. Robert L. Crigler, of Covington. A Preacher Jailed. Richmond, Ky., June 10. Rev. L. S. Denson, an evangelist of the Christian church, and known in this section as the cowboy preacher from his pugilistic er in "BATTLE AX You can prove it by investing 5 cents : L HENRY-KLEIN-l-80N- .fi ibifcis? J.H.JMEFF&C0. KSS Mairt Strt, (Opposite Gh mlon.) Country Produce Bought and Sold. 210 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. vSS2SSSav2S'lSgvS5 & n.. 0 S tendencies, was jailed at Irvine Tues day, charged with performing the marriage ceremony without the proper legal authority. He denies his guilt. A Kentuckian IMS Beuzetta 2:06J at 4 Years Old. . , . HS! Online 2.04 at Assured. .4 Yeaim Old. .OF. STATIONERY AT COST FOR TEN OATS, TABLETS, WRITING PAPER, &C. Owensboro, Ky., June 10. Rev. S. E. Smith, colored, of this city, in answ er to a telegram, received a reply Tuesday afternoon from Chairman of the hotel committee, at St Louis, stating that all colored delegates would be given hotel accommodations. Smith is delegate at large. Wain-water, Highest Cash Market PricePaid. Ill "Mil Gorttl h.r a Cow. Cati.ettsburg, Ky., Juno 10. Mrs. John Fortune, the wife of a wealthy M Main St . el car 9 Hrv H 10A m IF- - hrr home, i ith her thigh crushed and farmer, was found unconscious near l I el n J MaU Pouch Stolen. Princeton, Ky., June 12. The jury Bowling Greln, Ky., June 11. A Thursday morning, after being out for twenty-fou- r hours, returned a verdict closed pouch of mall was stolen from of guilty against Glenn Staffey, and tho depot platform at Weeker. It was fixed his sentence at life imprisonment. being transferred from the T. fc 0. G. to tho B. &0. v College Corner Stone Laid. Elizabethtowx, Uncle Billy Lcwli Dead. Gkatson, Ky., June 12. The corner stone of the Grayson college was laid Thursday. A very large crowd was Mrs. Frank Powers in attendance. threw the first shovel full of earth. Ky., June 15. "Dn- .u fc' s it. hta U.tVT t ,ii association was organized Thursday afternoon to give a four days' exhibition here, beginning July 21. Purses aggregating SO.000 will be hung up. Will Not Admit Women. Git en n Death Sentence Louisville, June 15. The suprem Ftastgsd. Ky , June 12. The Negro, lodge of the Knights of Honor Saturdh morning decided not to admit womei Anthony Alcorn, who called his father out and shot him to desth last week, to the order by a vote of 51 to 38. pleaded guilty Thursday and was given The Yuma desert was once a salt sea a sentence of death. of considerable area, a fact which Ls Dropped Dead of Heart Disease. proved by the tons of oyster and other Lexington-- , Ky., June 12. C. B. found in the sand just besea shells Bailey, sr , aged 05, dropped dead here neath the surface. Thursday night. He left his place of business about U o'clock hale and hearty. Like an open boot, our faces tell Doy Thrown Trom a Horse. y the tale of health or Nicholasville, Ky., June 10. Har7 "V ''disease. Pain and ry Hughes, a 15.year-olson of Nathan suffering and wrong liv sSj living write their Hughes, was thrown from a horse afhistory on our fea- which he was exercising Tuesday unmistak- ternoon, and his skull was fractured tures in able lines. Hollow and arm broken by the falL It is cheeks and sunken thought that his injuries will prove eyes, listless steps fataL and languorous Xejrro Sentenced to Death. looks tell of wasting Louisville, Ky., June 10. William debilitating disease McCluin, colored, aged 18, was Tuesday some place in the body. Jt may be convicted of the murder of Louis also colored, last March and senone place or another, tne cause is tenced to be hanged. The crime was generally traceable to a common source committed at a Negro festival in a quarbet at a crap game. impure blood, and impure blood starts rel over a in the digestive organs. Xew Kentucky Postmasters. That most dreadful disease consumpWashlngtost, June 10. The followtion is what is known as constitutional. ing fourth-clas- s postmasters were apis in the blood. In reality, it is scrofIt pointed for Kentucky Tuesday: Fancy ula of the lungs, and it can be cured 98 times in 100 if proper treatment be taken Farm, Graves county. W. J. Bright; in its early stages. Sending good, clean, Indian Bottom, Letcher county, J. W. Dixon; Murphysville, Mason county, pure, .rich, wholesome blood continuously through the diseased parts will Mrs. L. M. Forman. gradually eradicate the disease. If the Prof. Jonea Resignation. medicine taken be strongly purifying, Lexington, Ky., June 10. Prof. J. B. healing and soothing, the cure will be Jones has resigned the chancellorship even more rapid. Kentucky university here and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery of the purifies the blood, stimulates digestive j Tuesday accepted the presidency of tho Female Orphans' college at Fulton, Ma s wheraction, searches out ever they exist and puts the whole body He left Tuesday night for his new place. Sato a vigorous, strong and healthy condition. It builds up solid, useful flesh, A PIneTUleBanks Assets Sold. rubs out wrinkles, brightens the eyes PiKEvn-LE- , Ky., June 10. The asand makes life really worth living. A signee Monday began the sale of asbig book of 1000 pages entitled "The sets of the Pinevide Banking company, People's Common Sense Medical Ad- which in July, 1893. The viser," profusely illustrated, telling all bankingassigned and fixtures were house about it and full of good, sensible health hints, with numerous testimonial letters bought by J. S. Bingham for H,6C0. and reproduced photographs and address Oppose Bradley's Appointment. to those mred, will be ent free to any LouisvnxE, Ky., June 10. The local eat who snds twenty-on- e cents, in It is said, are howling over A. P. stamps, to cover postage and wrap- Gov As, Bradley's appointment of CoL ping mly. John Whallen as n member of the Address, World's Dispensary. Met jcal Association, No. 663 Main Street, Chiekainauga park commission, because at Richmond. Richmond, Ky., June 12. A new fair Raclnsr to the penitentiary for four years. After the Pea. n Endowment. Taken to the Asylum. Richmond, Ky., June 13.' Since last Walton, Ky., June 1L Dejyuty Sher- June Berea college has raised S90.000 iff Beall left here Wednesday morning toward securing the Pearson endowin charge of Jacob Reib, of Big Bone, ment of 3150,000. en route for the lunatic asylum at Mall Change at Dayton, Ky. Lakeland. Newport, Ky., June 13. The DayBed Accident to a Farmer. ton, Ky., post office will be abandoned Elkton, Ky., June 11. Chas. G. July 1, becoming a of the n farmer, near Newport office, with free delivery. Christian, a this city, was thrown from his reaper Suicided by Hanging. and badly injured, his right leg being Bloomington. Ind., June 18. Emancutoff. old citizen, uel Myers, a Visitation Academy. Geobgetown, Ky., June 11. The committed suicide by fastening a rope, twenty-fiftannual commencement ex- about his neck and hanging himself to ercises of Visitation academy, White tho bedpost. He was 78 years old and Sulphur, will take place, Monday, June iori 'hwn in bad health for some time. sub-statio- Convicted of Manslaughter. 12. Silas Ballard, who killed Thomas V. Lee in this county lost December, was Friday convicted of manslaughter and sentenced Albany, Ky., June n well-know- mixed, 31 itiihc; southern white, 34&33c; do yellow, 34&3.iVic. Oats No. 2 whlto western, SlJilMc: jfa 2 mixed do. 2iWa2-)cRte No. S, nearby, 35c: western, 404Je. DurrALO. June 12 Cattle Prospocts fair lor good dry fed stock, slow for others: veals steady at 3.7i3 too extra tUX. Hoes Yorkers. t3.tiQ3.UI; mixed packers, 83.4033.45: mediums. M40: bcivy. J3.S523.40; pigs. J3.50. SjIieep and Lambs Good to choice sheep, t3.25G3.C0 culls to fair tl 23100 yearlings, good. K.S03125: spring lambs, U7S?5.ia. PrrrsBDiion. Pa.. June la Extra. M.S0'.4 35: good. L 1034.20; prime, 30. common. taOOaiSO, calves, tlOO 14.2504 . BEST MADE.... - JJjEMARKETS: - Unique, efficient, labor savins. "Will sprinkle 4 times greater area than any others. Highest award at the Ciscinnati. June 11 Chicago Exposition. Sprln? family. $itoiiiSi. wintor Full brother to "Shadeland Onward" Flour$3.00 :165 spring ;fncj. tl55(&180: piteat. The "Little GioT"TitAVKLi.vn Lawn 2.1S, (sire of Online 2.04,) bv Onward. . fancy. ai5a.a.4d family. !50i8-- extra. HIS H2.i0. low gride. Sl.72i00; rye. northwest ra, Si'Rinklek is an ingenious, efficient, and wonderful machine. Unilerau onlirarv 2:2oJ (sire of Beuzetta, 2:0(1, and one do, Ui00-- . No. city, JiTO red. nominal, at 63o. Sales: water pifebiire of 30 pounds or upwinls, hundred and eighteen others in the 2:30 Wheat sample red. track. tiHa. it will uraj; 100 feet of jpinlen hose and Cons Sales: Yellow oar. track, 29Koi No. 2 propel itself slowly aud continuously in) list, fourteen of which are bettei than yollow.tr ck rOHc. or a circle oi any 2:15. eitnerasiraiKiit Oats "ales. No. 3 mixed, traxk. ISSfc: No. desired diameter,line while its speed tuaj he S, mixed, track rOo Time 0 ward's dam was Netti Time, ill from 13 to 500 feet per Hogs Select butchers'. ia224'53.2Jr fair to varied at good packers', S3.153.&: fair to sood Hstht, hour. (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17, the By means of a figured dial --plait- it I 3.03.3 common and roughs. Si. 753. Ii Cattle fair to good shippers. e3.25?j1 83; may be set to travel any ilesired dis- invincible campaigner through the grand choice to extra, $3.953100. good to choice in 1S92.) by Mambrino Time, butchers, ta U9031.00. fair to tance. A moment suffices to change its circuit medium butchers, fa l&i 40: common, J.1500 speed from the highest to the lowest (full brother to Lady Stout), by Mambrino anu it may D3 gauged to distribute a i 2.90. bHEEP and Lambs Sheep: Extras. 3.103 spray effectively over a ewartli varying Pptchen. S.2 good to choice. li60JJ3.00. common to in width from & to 50 feet, while by simShe was the beat brood mare on record fair. ?L7150 yearlings, common to extra, ply throning it out of gear it is instantly at 14 years of a;;e, (thetimeofherdeath,) t3.034.01 Spring Lambs: Extras. iSi&HJ 3: converted into a stationary spriuk er having good to choice. S4.75iH.60. common to fair 13.00 five sons in the 2:30 list, three of of exceptional efficiency. I fa The propelling force is supplied oy them better than 2:19, two producine Veal Calves Fair to good light, JlOOfJ 4.M extra, 4, 75: common and large. i3.00"a back pressure of water in the arms 3.75. causing them to revolve with force and daughters and two more sons to take re Wool Unwashed, fine merino. 910e por rapidity while at the same tin.e they cords. clothing. 123133. medium lb: quurter-bloo- d throw out a fine spray or mist. Time Onward represents the popular delaine and clothing. 12ftl3o: braid. HQIio: Body of sprinkler made of iron medium combing. 13 14a. Waihed. Bno "painted." Arim and standard made of AVilkes Patclieircross, which is conceded j merino, X to XX, 1:0: modlum clotaln?. 15c, delaine fleece, l2I3c; long combing, lj'i brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 inches to be the greatest mixture of blood lOo: quarter-bloo-d and low, li3I3e; common long, 15 inches w ide over all. Wheels, yet produced. coarse, llltc. 10 inches diameter. Ileiuht of tin of This rich breeding with such speed Chicago, June 13. Calls on July wheat opened at 17 c. sold nt arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, t0 , producing power and individuality as last prlco 570. Pots opened at 5Xc poiinclb. 67c. Bold between 5eS4Ctt and S5JJc. last prico The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received Time Onward possesses, will surely ge WJo. the highest award atthe World's Colum- trotters of the highest type. Calls on September corn opened at'CSfo, bian ExjKJsition, Chicago. He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly last price Z&c Puts opened at :8ie. sold at S r.ssjfc. lat price i8Xe bid. (FREIGHT PAID.) PRRICE, $15.00. sixteen hands high, with fine style and Baliiuore. June 11 action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. WHEAT No. 2 rod spot and June.03h1tVc: July. 6:Wr.62So. August, 6.'ao.;ic: SeptemESTWill stand this season at $20 to L STEBBLNS SAUFACIUK1SG CO, ber. G2Wo asked: Southern, by sample. 6.T3&"o. insure a living colL Scle Agents i:J Jhinfhctarcs, Cokn Mixed spot and June. 32MS3.Sc: July. KJi32c. August, 33c bid: steamer SFBIGFIELD, MISS. -14-- injured internally. A cow attacked her, and before she could get out of tho pasture she was knocked down aud a hv the Ravage beast. un hi Opp. Hotel Glyndon K 1. 1. K 0 iBii MM Ste;li I m ms - A e ni F&nsj Groceries. Country Proiuce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Canned Goods. Salt by the Barrel. Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries tS Come andsee me E. R. Rowland, ha . JUST RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM :i N EW YORK Agtati muted ewrfwlert. resi- 7x 7,v B. H. NEALE. TOP JOBACCO. fiiyCan be seeu in operation at dence of editor of Climax OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. COME )0iVT FIE OLD LIQUORS. Medi How to Cure YourseinVhile Using It. AID WE 2 fO 14 YEARS OLD. PureOld Wlnkies.for Family and 4.75 ciml Ufes. in 5 and 10 gallon Packages, a specialty. well-know- n 3.20 HOGS Prime light Yorkers and pi;s. EU0 145; best mediums. 13. 2303.40. heavy, jaiO Silvwf Creek Liquor Company, h SnicEP Prime, taW33.60: good, ti. 4003.50: common, fir. ?a 0003:3.yearlings. Ii 40045; culls. HOO 200. choice it004.25. common to good yearlings, 13 000175: spring lambs, '3 00 5.00. Wholesale Dealers, 15. Mexican Veterans. Lexington, Ky., Juno 1L The veterans of the Mexican war are meeting in this citj with a o during their annual reunion. cordial-jyelcom- Indianapolis. Ind, June 13, Kxploding Lamp Fires a Building. Cattle Usual quotations Saturday marnARRonsnuRO, Ky., June 9. A lamp exploded in George Anderson's grocery ket Hogs Good to cheire medium nnd heavy, in the Odd Fellows' temple, setting fire tt.IOS.1.35: mixta. 11100135; cholco lights. to tho building. The building was SnEEP only slightly-damagebut goo Is to the urday. No quotable change In market Satamount of $3,500 were ruined by smoke d, Silver Creek, Ky. 13 .IL,."t.l.ll i 1 . JlHw .HI. fir? mm D v ""V ?"J r d Har-riso- n, ten-ce- nt for members of the graduating classes of many of the best colleges in the United States. Fusliado of Bullets at an Klectloa. Jackson, Ky., June 9. Bullets flew thick and fast for a while at an election for a school trustee here Saturday. Tho contest was between Floyd Hargis and G. W. SewelL Tide G. Hargis and Jack Little role on the scene wcU armed. A fusiladc rook place in the .schoolroom, and David Cassldy was shot by the county jailer, Hiram Centers. Twentjr-SlIndictments at Morehead. MoRErcEAD, Ky., Juno 9. The grand jury has made 20 indictments. Among them is one against F. Tolliver for shooting Judge Minnick, from which Minnick took blood poison and died a few weelcs ago. Tolliver's trial was continued tUl the October term with 3,000 bond. fellow-contestants Airarded the Latin l'ellowhniji. Fatal Cutting at Mr. Storling. Lexis gton, Ky., June 9. O. F. Long, Mt. Sterlino, Ky., June 9. Monday of the class of '91 Kentucky Wesleyan college, of Winchester, has fallen heir, evening George Hamilton, colored, and to the Latin fellowship offered by Johns James Taylor, colored, porter of the Hopkimi university. The other fellow- National hotel, had a difficulty. Tayship waij won by Mr. Hoeing, of the lor had his throat cut and his entrails state college. These young men had let out. His wounds will probably and water. Insurance S3.000. :S7 The tobacco habit grows on a man until Ilis nervous system is seriously health, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too tevere a shock to the system, as tobacco to any veterate user becomes a stimulant that hisbystem continually craves. "Baco-Curo- " is a scientific cure for the tolwcco 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 aud guaranteed perfectly harmless You can use all the tobacco you want while taking "Baco-CuroIt will notify you when yon stop. We give a written guarantee to cure permanently any case with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per aflect-edriuipairi- ng ." SEE THE BAEGAIN 0 HAVE FOR YOU ! LSRGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM SND LOWEST PRICES. WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING OUR SPRING GOODS. OTJIB STOCZ: . . OIE1 . Notions, hosiery, Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete . ,Well Satisfied with June 111 prove fataL Ayer's Hair Vigor. ".Nearly forty yearsago, after some weeks of sickness, my hair turned gray. I began using AVer's Hair Vigor, and was so well satisfied with the results that I have never tried any other kind of dress ing. It requires only an occasional applijp, H cation of k Uh E. Ilopklnsvllle Clothiers Assign. . Hopkinsville, Ky., June 9. Cox & Boulwar, clothing dealers, made an assignment Monday to II. A. Wither-spooof LouisviUe. Liabilities esti- n, mated at S10.000. amount notjjiven. Sends Assests large, but GUN x disease-germ- one-ce- at Liter, of Xouisville, who had just arrived hers to become supcrintendenl of the Capital City Electric i was; thrown from a car and seriously hurt, Some ono had placed stones on, the tracks and the car ran upon theia before the motorman could stop it. Pott Olflce Clerk Arrested. Frknceurg, Ky., June 9. AMn Adams, & post office olerk,"ivas arrested Monday. JThe Postmaster, R, B. Kaih, has been missing SHialllamounts fnjro the Dostallfunds for LeveraX weeks: Ha suspected j his clerk and iiwrkBdcofia, rail--way.- Frankbort, Ky., June Claude Liter Hurt. ' 9. Claude penitentiary for killing yoting Henrj Murphy, a year ago, while he was it office. Ellis was tried in the Lincolr circuit court, under change of venue Un the first baUot eight oi the! jurors stood for hanging. Ulis is stiL under indictmentfor murder in the court here for killing "Cage" Roi,ey. Th Irial of John Murphy, brother of Henry, for shooting and wounding Ullis, ii set for Wednesday at Stanford. Ik shot Ellis while he wis a prisoner oi the iailor at tho last term of court. meeting o citizens a reward ofSSOOl was offered for the assailant of Irs. I 'J nmble and a committee appointed, to procure-thbest detective service obtainable. e l'enlU-ntlar1I. Ktllet Two Young Men. Ky., June 9. Frank Ellis Danville, of Junction City, thfc, coun ty, was .Monday given 21 years in tht nim to the fir? fS3 y AYER'S Hair Vigor to keep my hair of good to remove color, rdandruff, to heal itching humors, and prevent tho hair from falling out I never hesitate to recommend Ayers medicines to my friends." Mrs. H. M.HAionT, Avoca, "STebr. Adairvxllk, Ky., Junem Ataraoss Kewunt'for Mrs. Trimble's AiHanani. AYER'S HairVigor Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mans. 1 Wui Ayw'i Sarufwiiia fcr the CMpkxiM. Will .Leave LotiisvrLLE,-Ky- ., for-St- . Louie Suliday. -. wijjo AdiHarrest. ' -- tucky, delegates tothe:jrepub(lican national conv'entioa wilJMleavdr'iw'Kfc. Louis'nexi Ssailay. . June 10. Xho Ken- Arthur VV. l'latt. wiio shot ud kil.yu Jesse Tyree, o! Kockcastl e'rbuftty, at, life "Asylnra, JLexinetua. UfveKtaTiieo.liM QQBfea&i tti'&crittw? ! - i -- ' iv . . 3. - 1' :l .' " ,r ek a i ,.,..,1,1 ...? !HK. .ji. ("- 1 "V-TH JCi? 3 ',.-"fc- " 1 fc" 1 Vtv ME J7& ;l f El From hundreds of testimonials, the ORCHESTRA Best mu?ic .fnd originals of which are on file and open Dancing Ual! in the State. o inspection, the following is presented: Hotel well appointed. tJIayton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan '28, 1S95. Mr. Geo. S' evens. (Jleik. Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Prof no. (J. Miller, Leader Crosse. Wis. Gentlemen r For fortv of Oieheslru. For 3 ears I used tobacco in all its form.". Free Bowling Alley aiid Bi - tvu)nty - five years of that time I was a cycle Track, free Kindergur- - j gnat sufferer from general debility and ten tor children. leart disease. For fifteen years I tried A trained Lady Yocalist. t) quit, hut couldn't., I took various remedies, among others Antidote," Board, - - - 52.00-pe- r day. 'ji'he IndianofTobacco eta, etc., "but Gold," none $10.00 to S12.50 - per week. o them did me the. least bit of good, finally, however, I purchased a box of and it has enthely J..JW. THOMAS, Prop., your "Baco-Curo- " cured mo of the habit in all its form", Irvine, Ky. ajidlhave increased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from all SuLpnuit Baths. 12 Hot njhnemns aches and pjins of bodv and nd. 1 could write a quire of p.iper D.NP. Anuer is receiving his spring !on my changed feelings and rotiditTan stock of Jewelry and Novelties someiToure respectfully? P. H. 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