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ASK Ihfi recnveiril RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, mucous KENTUCKY, OF i .'' "" ,' j P"W b ' 1MB.! r . - h r .,. ; X Instant ijMh n ft L896. Go't Report R JOB WORK CAREFULLY EXECUTED, 1 oiruruiiinjiruTJiJTJxrijTxuirinjiniiJixuvinirirb WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, Highest of all in Leavening; Power. NUMEEE 3. H "yll'"i level und rj4Ji mercurml victims if fcV7 wit Jf,6fli?PCl"'fir'". ttutic tho diseased pn'icnt, how llicy recovered lii'ultli, Uirer-fu- ! spirits anj x;ood Appetite, they will tell jon by taking SIMMON; I.IVKK LAICIK ItEGU- - ADYSETISING SATES. o SPACE. resiniblanco to the draft first submitted to it One faction had wanted ono declaK'oI There has been an extraordinary deration on tho tariff question, another a Col Col greatly modified ono, and out of all haS velopment in tho fight in Texas between s Col. .. come a compromise, so there would bo the "Lily Whites" and tho "Black and PURliLY VEGETABLE, BB"Reading notices 10 cents a line for first no trouble on tho floor. The pronounce- Tans." It is tho formal announcement ntl Herbs eor.tain'ng Uiose Southern Root s cents a line for each additional insertion ment on finances which had suited tho that Edward R. H. Green, tho son of a1! seiso Providence 1m- - lac?l in Obituaries, resolutions of respect and similar matw b an nr- - nut-rLiver Diveaes movt prevail. ter at half rates. No specified position. c members of the committee from one sec- Mrs. Hetty Green of New York has decure nil Diseases caused by DerangeIt tion of the country was utterly distaste- cided to run for the governorship of the and ISuwels. ment of the Ine - MM OMS cf Liver Complaint are a ful to thoso from another, and the rep- Lono Star State. or the t ti S Did taste inoften mouth; Pain in the ALL DONE IN SECRET. resentative from one doubtful state hud Mr. Green, who weighs 300 pounds mistaken for Uheu-L I. 2s or J .iints, sm, Sour Stomach; La. of Appetite; declared it would bo utterly impossible and is a good man, is also president of s alternately costive and lax; Headache; HOW A CANDIDATE IS NOMINATED to carry it if a certain plank was put in tho Texas Midland railroad, and resides s nf Memory, with a painful sensation of faile to do soinehin whih ought to h the platform, whilo tho representative in Terrell, Tex. The road is practically AT A NATIONAL CONVENTION. pen done; Ueblllty; Low Spirits, a thick i of another was just as certain his state owned by his mother, who has many srnce of the Skin and Eves, a dry j m Ven torCor.umption t Delegate Simply Ratify Plana of Leaders. was hopeless if that particular 'plank other big interests in the state, and her - e ies many of these symptoms attend son is her finanoial agent there. Everything Decided Beforehand In Com- was. left out tvr sese, at others very few; but the LIVER When President Harrison offended the nerallythe sen of ti:e disease, and If not i Tho veteran had insisted tho plank mittee Rooms Routine of Proceedings. 11'od in time, preat suffering, wretched-concerning pensions must bo made dou- white element of the state by appointing n OCATH will ensue. How It Looks to the Average Citizen. i il ni; higliiy eMeemcUpersonsattest bly strong, tho resident of tho eastern negroes to profitable federal offices, tie "irtues of Simmons Liver Kegulator-i.eTho nverafjo citizen who, by gift or states was anxious more money be spent among them the colloctorship of Galvespres 0lt s w K. R Co t Kcv s noit tj i it.... n r- -i t? l i?..i Af purchase, may have acquired a ticket to for coast defenses, another member ton, the whites broke away from the C Matttrson.Ksq., Khenff Bibb Co., i a national convention and uses it to tho thought all was lost unless something regular Republican organization and 11 n Aiexunaer it. ua formed a separate faction. This became it virtues, personally, t have testedDvspcpsia, lliltousnps'; and nttm-mrwnllr o i.f imiu ;., uui. Vn vr that for imuimo specific bo Eaid regarding the foreign known as the "Lily Whites, " because and 1 io'iI nij Headache it is the best medicine the tioa as to how presidential candidates policy of the party, whilo another was they would not associate with negroes. a r ,cersaw We tried forty other remeJies careless about- this, but considered inr Simmons Liver Ketrulator. but none Rave are nominated and party platforms Tho regular faction became tho "Black te' ore - i than temporary relief; but the Ketru. made. He may attend every session of ternal improvements, especially of somo and Tans, " and did not scruple to asson t only relit el, but cured us " Ea In long neglected creeks down in his disciate with whites. and Messenger, Macon, Ga. tho convention from the time the chair- trict, tho burning question of tho hour. KIVl UtTUKEO ONLY fiY Tho "Lily Whites" have gained man of the national committee calls it With all these contending and someJ II. ZLIUN &. CO.. Philadelphia Pa. to order until tho gavel falls on tho times bitterly antagonistic interests the steadily in strength, and when they sent final motion to adjourn sine die, using to committee had wrestled for days, a a delegation to St Louis this tinio they COLUMN. PROFESSIONAL their limit all the senses nature has en- point had been conceded here, another dowed him with, and when everything one there, this ono had boon stricken is said and done all ho has heard and out, that ono added, and finally tho ATTORNEYS. seen is little more than the formal rati- platform is presented as a whole and rapturously hailed as tho embodiment U B. HOGG, fication of plans made in committee or of tho wisdom of the convention. To private conference of the leaders nud tho averago citizen it seemed a wonderATTORNEY AT LA Jlr. debate adful thing so big a body, representing so Kentucky vance. had on questions settled in Rkhmokd, It happens onco in awhile battles many states with widely varying interare won and lost on the floor of tho con- ests, could bo so unanimous about tho office Ko i Rr.t street, up stairs. vention, bw this is rare, and one can policy best for the entire country, but attend them for a lifotimo without wit- then tho averago citizen had not attend(JIIANTE. LILLY, ed tho meeting of the committee. nessing an instance. A TTORNEY-T LA H But when it comes to the balloting But this very innocence of tho averUi. iimon-ii- , Kkxtccky age citizen makes tho convention scenes for candidates for president and vice president tho averago citizen really beall tho more interesting to him. When gins to get his money's worth. To bo . W corner Mniii hikI Second streets the chairman of the committee, after s Will pmctlct! in all the conns of the formal speech with which he opens sure, tho motives which induce lr in to vote for particular candidates M . and :IJlHlfl3 oaiHliN and Coart o tho convention, nominates Mr. are hidden from him, and he does not A i for tho position of temporary chair- know reason tho delegates from man, tho average citizen is persnaded Texas, the for instance, suddenly become so . C.&Y). tho selection is made on account of tho wildly desirous of tho success of a cerEDWARD R. H. GREEN. eminent fitness of Mr. for the tain candidate is because tho boss of tho ATTORNEYS AT LA ', position, and ho is sure of it when tho had a good fighting chanco to be seated. stat3, who tells thtm how to vote, has convention ratifies the nomination with Among tho delegates was Green. RlLHMOKD, Kentucky. a unanimous roar. Ke docs not know been shown overnight how tho success Tho contest was taken Edwardtho na before of that candidate would result in his tho selection has been carefully made in own material benefit Still tho voting tional committee, where tho rcgn't--r committee solely on account of tho bear is done in tho open and on tho floor of delegates were seated- - and tho "Lily oa S'owd street, over Chenault's gro- ing it may have on the fortunes of some tJj0 conveiltion. There is no way by Whites" thrown oat ceiy candidate, and the reason the delegates which the selection of candidates can be A negro barber got tho seat of Hetty eo unanimously approve it is because left to the work of a committee, and the Green's son. Green, who is a Reed man, STEPHEN D. r,UlRISH, they know it would bo useless to attempt average citizen sees the vote of his fa- was very wroth and declared publicly to do otherwise. The chauinan of tho vorite that ho was told he could bo seated if A TTORNEY A T LA W, candidate grow moro or less committee would simply declare his his eyes as ballot after ballot is he would vote for McKinley. He refused Kentucky. candidate seated anyhow on a viva voce taken without any Richmond, result and ho grows and declared ho would get even with vote, and to put up some other one hopeful or despondent as the figures of Mark Hanna, to whom ho lays all his would only result in his being defeated. the total increase or diminish. troubles, if it took all tho time and all Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Ltc To be sure in 1884 the nominee of Report as to patcataMhty of invention Free of There are many things affecting tho the money he could scrape up. A teleUasurpa.sed facilities. Moderate terms. tho national committee was defeated, result of these various ballots, but they gram was sent to Mrs. Green by her fon, 46-ei.rr ap!iB f.r a patent, write me but it was the exception which proved do not appear upon the surface, and to in which the young man complained tho rule. The Arthur men had control the average citizen seems but an en- bitterly of his treatment PHYSICIANS. of the committee, and they had selected deavor on the part it It then developed that Mrs. Green had of the delegates to their candidate. The Blaine people, who secure tho best candidate for tho party, one other ambition besides tho accumuwere in a majority on the floor, deterthe controversy only arising out of an lation of money. That is the desiro to DR. II. II. GIBSON, mined to force tho fighting from tho honest difference of opinion as to who have her son mako a mark in the politistart They put up may be. "Yei, one man- cal world. In tho east it has been the that PJIY.SICIAN AND SURGEON, Lynch of Mississippi, a colored man, as ager candidate is throwing the votes under his idea that young Green was a "cowboy Kentucky. their candidate for temporary chair- control for a candidate because ho ex- somewhere down in Texas." But his Kir hmo.no. man, and on the vote demanded a roll pects, inciapprenticeship if successful, to obtain a seat in cowboy to tho carryingwas only Mrs. calL It took a deal of fighting and in- the cabinet dental out of tirtce the Joe tc Jins buitdmg, 18 and 10 Secsistence to get it, but the Blaine men ond street, cfer Wtiue new drugstore Other managers are holding their Green's pet project for his advancement were nothing if not strong lunged and votes in check, dividing them around in the political arena. enthusiastic, and tho result was the until it becomes plain who the winner Ho is a clever and genial man, he CHAS. HOOKER, rolL or what of it was then mado up, will be, and waiting to throw them to makes friends rapidly and easily, and I ETERINARY SURGEON, wa3 finally called and Lynch was elect- him at the proper moment, so they can has no personal enemies. He is not laved. It was the beginning of the end, Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoVtgc claim afterward, when favors are being ish with his money, but generous and and when the convention was over distributed, it was their votes which did puts it where it will do the most good. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Blaine was its nominee, only to be While not a iffice up stairs oer New York Store, corner it Solid delegations from states with had a liberal college graduate, he has beaten in November. education, has no aristoMain and First streets. Richmond 46- favorite sons are casting their votes for Then, when tho temporary chairman them with a great deal of hurrahing and cratic tastes or set ideas of social or is chosen, he makes a long speech, and othtiT show of enthusiasm, while all the plutocratic exclusiveness. His life in IT. C. JU. tho average citizen enjoys it or not ac- time they are inwardly fretting at the Texas has prepared him for encounterMedicine and Surgery. cording as it is good or bad or ho has a instructions which hold them and ing the kind of man whose support in Hhre Collins Ituildinc, Mainistreet. liking or not for that sort of thing. But waiting for the word which shall that state is necessary to success. Ke is Ttcphono at rcsHleace tthe Carr place) on while tho chairman is talking a couple release them from their obligations and ono of tho people, has the manner of a Broadway . of committees have got to work, comenKentccky mittees about which the averago citizen nable them to climb into the band man who can adapt himself to Ids' atRichmond, wagon and vote for tho winner before vironment with ease, and makes no knows nothing, and of the character of he is already nominated and their votes tempt at any time to lie other than a I)R II. II. ROBERTS whoso deliberations bo will always re- made unnecessary. Picking the winner Texan in all his views and tastes. The answer to Green's dispatch to Kentucky main in ignorance. One is tho commit- is D.1 much a desirable thing in a na INkis trafOlfiee: Corner Duncan Avenue and tee on credentials, the other on permational convention as at a horse race, and his mother, it is said, was to the point nent organization, and until they have the really happy delegate when it is all and encouraging to the "Lily Whites." Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky reports are Hours; 8 to 10 a. ui., 1 to 4 p. reported and their do nothing. ratified over is he who has made the right se- At all events, half an hour after its reXfcf"inU-tho convention can lection early in the fight and stuck ceipt there was joy in the camp of the 7 to 8 p. ra. in., The committee on credentials comes through to the end. The solitary dele- unseated Texans. Green issued orders -- t t tin first, and its chairman has a long pa- gate from Pennsylvania who voted for for campaign literature, and it was de... Specialties... per to read. It recites how in a certain Gaifield in the convention of 1880 from clared by his friends that $1,000,000 by Eh, Kak, Nose, Tiiboat and Stomach district of a certain state, or perhaps in the start has been held up ever since as would be spent uponMrs. Green to resent all the districts of a certain state, it the wisest or luckiest man who ever the insult put her son by the finds certain delegates, naming them, went to a national gathering. and to push his candidacy DR. O. A. KENNEDY, entitled to "seats and others claiming to Once in awhile it happens, as it did for the governorship of Texas. The convention and hotels at St be delegates not entitled to them. In no in St Louis in 1888 when Cleveland PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Km 11MOND, Kentucky. sase does the report go into a discussion was nominated by acclamation, that Louis were flooded with a neat 10 page or even presentation of the facts in the the excitement of this balloting is miss- book, on the first page of which is a Oflice in Smith Building, No. a Main Street, n; case, but when he ia through the chairing. But as a rule it is tho main thing good cut of tho convention auditorium, stairs Office hours 11 to and 4 to 5 o'clock. man moves the report bo adopted, and of the convention, at least to the aver- surrounded by excellent vignettes of whether it is or not means a great deal age citizen, and where, as stated, he Reed, Allison, Morton and Quay. Then to tho convention. In tho St. Louis gath- gets his money's worth. Sometimes, as follows the complete list of the national DR. JOILN M. FOSTER, ering this year there were over 100 con- in 1880, when tho 306 stood by Grant committco and its officers, and a letter Kentucky tested seats, and the report of tho comRichmond. ballot after ballot, or in 1888, when the from R. O. Kerens, national committeemittee therefore affected over 200 dele- convention waited day after day for the man for Missouri, thanking Mr. Green gates and contestants. Lword from Italy as to whether Blaine for his generous idea. The next page Telephone at office and residence. ? If the report goes through without would accept or not it is long drawn contains tho names of the sergcant-at-arm- s and his principal assistants. The question, the averago citizen is more out and becomes at times tedious; but G. W. EVANS, M. D., book also contains tally sheets for the over pleased with the unanimity Kentucky than shown by tho delegates, not as a rule thore are changes in every bal- roll call on the presidential nomination, Richmond. being lot and tho excitement runs high. In showing tho vote of each Having retired from the practice of medicine knowing it was simply a case of tho 187G state. Followat Cincinnati ono evening another several years ago, forrcasou bet known to my self, I aain offer iy professional services to the majority increasing its numbers by ballot would have surely nominated ing this is a lot of data about previous people of Richmond ana w!y Pcrciu desir throwing out delegates who might prove Blaino, but some one, mado desperate, nominations, and the number of ballots inp my services wul &d ny oitice tirst ucor nwstn troublesome, and if it is contested ho is residence of K. B "Dcatheragc on Second turned out tho lights in the hall and the required since 1836, and a recital of the of the amazed at tho intelligence shown by the convention had to adjourn because of troubles of the "Lily Whites'" and the street. attributes of Mr. Green. New York delegates. Each and every one of them the darkness. Over night a combination seems to bo perfectly conversant with was. made of the e DR. T. J. TAYLOR, forces, and Journal. tho facts conrieuted with each contest, Rutherford B. Hayes was the benefl-ciaiI'raditiwier in Medicine and Surgery, GOOD FOR FARMERS. although no public presentation of them Chicago Tribune. Kentucky has been had, and ready to vote at once. Richmond American Government to Establish a BioTho average citizen does not know the logical Survey. Otllceanil residence 011 Third Street. being taken on tho merit of the vote is Some Qneer Iteqcests. The secretary cf agriculturo will escontest, but as tho respective claimants Tho Electrical Review says that a DENTAL STJSGEEY. tablish a department on July 1 to be for scats are for or against certain canfew days ago Mr. Edison received at his called tho biological survey. Tho result principles, and they find their laboratory the hollow eyepieces of a didates or DR. A. WILKES SMITH, supporters or .opponents on the floor pair of opera glasses with tho request is expected to bo a tremendous economic among tho friends or enemies of these that he "fit them with tho X rays'.' and advantage. Agriculturists, horticultur DENTAL SURGEON, ists and stock raisers fjo to bo given Kentucky samo candidates or principles. Tho com- return them to tho Vermont sender. charts showing tho exact position of Richmond, mittee on credentials has made its re- Evidently this Green Mountain individeach state and territory where certain port on the sumo lines, and, although Orrics Smith building. Main Street, Office one argument is used in whatever de- ual had a desire to see things Another animals and vegetables can be advanBeeker after the unobtainable, writing hours, 9o to iz M. ; 1:00 to 4 1. M. limited to dentistry bate may have been had, a totally dif- from Pottstown, Pa., sent tho follow- tageously raised. These will be suppleferent one operates in controlling the ing matter of fact epistlo: '"Thomas A. mented by a large catalogue containing every land animal and vegetable of tho J.C XOKCAN. J. A. VAT voting. Edison, Dear Sir Will you please send indicating tho areas in which MORGAN & YrATES, Then comes tho report of tho comniit-te- o me ono pound of X rays and bill as soon i world, and bo raised or cultivated by on permanent organization, and us possible. " This order was filed away they may DENTJSTS- ,Americans. again is tho averago citizen pleased wiili the opera glasses. Kentucky JtiCHMOKD, Millions of dollars aro thrown away with tho acumen shown by tho commiteach year by farmers and other producers best possible men as tee in selecting the Forecast of Ivord Russell's Speech, who plant seed in the wrong soil or Orricx Main Street, over Madison National the officers of the convention. As before, Bank. The London Chronicle understands climate, or who undertako to breed anihe is sure they are the best possible that the subject of tho inaugural admals whero tho atmosphere and food redelegates hail tho dress of Lord Russell of Killowen at the J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. men, because the mention of their names enthusiastically ineating of the American Bar associa- source is uncongenial. An efficient corps of naturalists connectccVwith tho biologKentucky and vote for them unanimously, a thing tion at Saratoga in August tvill be in- ical bureau will Taako u detailed survey Richmond, lfSe. knows would nbt happen were there ternational law and that it will largely jot the whol country, counting and Vxatrn and bridge work a specialty Oft any qoudi udoui ineir uiuras iw iuo be a discussion of the international ar classifying tho living species found in over Wallace &. Rice Maia street. OPice hon It is unknown to him that the bitration question. a m. t) 19 in , 1 to 4 p. m each county of each state and territory. selections wero made in committee after They y'M also" note tho conditions of a lonir wrantrlo. io which the effect, on Says the Juror Fell Asleop. climate, altitudo and soil, and will note the fortunes of candidates or principles A Washington lawyer who is trying how for each condition influences tho was the only thing considered. to nave, a man from being hanged for distribution of tho species. After this comes in tho chairman of murder recently mado a remarkable Tho chief of tho noW. survey will bo tho committee on resolutions with tho plai'for a new trial lor his client The Dr. C Hart Memam. LA. survov of the I . L7.; i Main platform, and. again there is a scene of jnrr hadfonnd a verdict of guilty and euitru cuunirj win oe maut) ana cnarrs Opposite Jrfyndoii.) enthusiasm and unanimity. Itiatfthap-penethf,lawyer moved'for a new trial on tho will then bo published showing tho.ex' did in the Democratic con- - ground that Oliver L. White, one of thfe act location or the var ouB;spcoi8. No Country Produce Bought and l ventToaa3 it in Chicago four yesrs ago, when jurors, had several timerfadlen asleep other country in the-rldDias ever in- Sold. Highest Cash Market the tariff plank was changed oa tho anting toe insi. xce court ,hxk tne stiruted.a survejiof tail KillO.- - USICsWO, Aaa of tbOwCOUVMtftts, that minority '; . jUf f--" motion wider jKiyieomeat wn"-PrlcePiiti. ,i F-- ir Th Cheapest. Purest and Best Psmlly Medicine In the World I llYiPHPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaundice r. :nusatUckK.SlCKHKAUACHK, Colic. Drpiess'nn of spirits. SOUK JsTlJMACH. Heartburn, etc This unrivalled remedy is warranted not to eontain a single pat tide of Mlk 1 RY. 01 any mineral mbstancc. but Inch. z Inches. 3 Inches. 4 Inches. 5 Inches. 1 1 05J J jo 7J 3 3 5o A 00 6 00 8 00 10 00 3 So 3 SO 5 00 to 00 on 4 00 6 00 7 JO 15 OO 500 6 00 9 CO 18 00 9 00 13 CO 37 OO xa 00 '7 7S 34 SO IS 00 II SO 41 or s 50I $ txs I ti 17 50 IS 00 13 S 19 00 28 75 23 00 34 SO 2J OC 40 OO 40 OO 60 OO 50 00 80 OO 60 odI XOO OO II 00 7 00 txa 00 cMimiif voto result, but as a rule tne rejort ia adopted as read, with a whoop and a yell, and the average citizen as enthusiastib as any one as ho thinks how well his party is finally agi-eeon tho important public questions of the day. Yet that report has been tho bone of heated contention for many long hours in tho committee and bears scarcely any SHE BOOMS HER SON. HEALEDBYHISTOUCH AMERICA'S RICHEST WOMAN DEVELOPS A NEW AMBITION. Latest U.S. w. L. KEYSER GIVES EXHIBITIONS HIS WONDERFUL POWER. She Want Her Son, Kdwartl R. n. Green of Texas, to Be Oovernor of the Lone Star State no Can nave a Million. It Is Said, to Avenge a Political Insnlt. Sufferers From. Tthenmatlsm Find Belief at Ills Bands Crutches Thrown Away Much Excitement Caused by the Cures In tho Locality. Tho Philadelphia Press published recently tho following interesting dispatch from its Chambersburg (Pa.) corre- Baking Royal Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE CAUGHT IN THE ICE. An English Steamship Imprisoned In a Floe Fifty Miles Vang. Tho British steamship Nutfield, Captain Cassap, which arrived at Philadelphia recently from Hamburg with a valuable cargo of sugar and china clay, had a thrilling experience on tho night of the 3d inst in Iatitudo 40.31, longitude 47.21, having, whilo proceeding along in a dense fog, become imprisoned iu a tremendous floe of ice, in which she was held captive for 19 hours. Tho night Was impenetrably dark aad cold, and suddenly the ship becamo veiled in a thick fog, such a fog as is peculiar alone to theso regions. Sho was run "dead slow, " but suddenly her prow was felt to touch the hard ico formation of tho floe, and soon sho camo to a stop. The engines wero runs full speed astern and the wheel put hard over, but the ship could not bo moved, and, fearing damage to the propeller, Captain Cassap decided to let her lio stopped until daylight Tho fog lifted aa the sun roso, and then tho crew realized for the first time their dangerous position. Environed by heavy floo iee. which was thickly interspersed with towering icebergs, it was difficult to know just what to do. Should tho propeller bo broken, the ship could never have been freed and would have remained fast and her crow left to starve. From aloft nothing but ico was visible. o As noon approached tho position more serious, and tho crew were now thoroughly alarmed. Should any of tho towering bergs that surrounded tho steamer crash into them, tho vessel would have been rendored a helpless wreck. At 11 :30 a. m. on tho next day Captain Cassap had tho engines reversed full speed and .backed tho ship east HO miles, reaching a spot where the ico became less compact Ho then altered tho vessel's course duo south and steamed away in that direction 50 miles before tho ico obstruction was got clear of. Captain Cassap and hia officers say they never before 6aw tho north Atlantic so obstructed wifh ice. In the regions of Iatitudo 49 and longitude 47 tho whole fca isa mass of floating ice, whicli is rapidly finding its way to tho southward. It is almost an impossibility to reach any of the Newfoundland ports, and it is expected that the Greenland vessels, somo of which are now witu cryolite, will find great difficulty in getting in and out of Ivigtut, their loading port, on uccount of the obstruction. Nothing can bo heard of them until their arrival off the capes; asjio communication can be had with Ivigttt The Nutfield's bows aro badly scratched from contact with tho ice, but Captain Cassap and his crew consider themselves very fortunate. Philadelphia Press. d-i- o A R, REAPER? "'"", '" DO YOU 7vmiMT ,"" "" ' r i 1 ij Ill H spondent: William Lloyd Kcyser, tho wonderful Franklin county healer, camo down from his homo in Mcrcersburg this morning and spent the day in performing somo almost incredible cures. In an interview with Tho Press reporter ho stated that ho could give no explanation of tho wonderful power he possessed. A few years ago, ho says, ho felt that he had some magnetic influence, but' was afraid to exercise it of tho possible ludicrous position into which ho might bo placed. A neighbor, having been sick for a long time, was healed by his magic influenco, which at onco gave him publicity. Since then ho has been performing some cures which have given him a reputation. Ho is about 23 years of ago and was born in Mercorsburg, where ho now resides. His father was for several years an engineer on tho middle division of the Pennsylvania railroad and w as killed in an accident. Keyser was a messenger in Superintendent E. O. McClellan's office in Harrisbnrg. Ho is married, his wife being only 1 7 years of age. So far he has mado no charges for any help he has rendered the afflicted. If he retains his power, ho will do so, however, in the future. Somo of his cures have been remarkable. This morning ho visited Mrs. John Lochbaum, on Vine street, who has been a cripple for three years, could not put on her shoos, walked with a crutch and suffered great pain. Keyser merely applied his hands to her foot, and, whilo she was not fully restored, she is able to walk and lie on her right side, something she has not done for years. She says when Keyscr's hands were applied she could feel a soothing sensation stealing over her and a warmth that was new and strange. She is firmly convinced that great good has been done her, and that sho will ultimately be restored. Frank Rollins, who came down the street this morning bent almost double DO YOU WANT e TO EXPLORE LABRADOR. The University of Pennsylvania Expedition Iteady to Start. Under tho auspices of tho University of Pennsylvania a party of scientists will make an expedition to Labrador, which promises to have fruitful resulta of more than ordinary interest to tho scientific world. The start will bo mado from Philadelphia on Juno 24, and 111 m MOIER? We have 'em, and the best that are made. CULTIVATOES NoVs the time to use these machines. !1 1 1 j( V . 2 -n -- 1 , 15 1 - t- - n U-v.t- .a . Niej-nen-- i, ""'' r ,i-i- i;i - o- three months will bo spent in tho northern regions. G. Howard Perkins, Jr., captain of tho university gymnastic team, will havo charge of tho expedition, which has been organized by Professor Charles E. Hite. Professor Hito may join the expedition in tho latter part of July. A party of New York men, under the leadership of a scientist connected with the United States geographical survey, will accompany the explorers part of tho way. Ono of tho features ia tho work laid out by Frank Russell of tho University of Iowa, who will endeavor to trace the supposed visits of the Norsemen to the coast and look into the origin of tho Eskimos of that region, a race radically different from the Alaska and Greenland tribes. Philadelphia Press. Mathematics. M StiOGicelford M --- S- - Gentry, 1 IJ i LJ RICHMOND, KENIUCKY. sJy - f ' P ?$y ?i-3- o A dele-gale- .1 -- 11 Mrs. Dolan. ' 'It'B plain aa day, though. Ho's naturally qualified fur the distinction. They kin name all the b'y babies 'Mark' an all the girl babies 'Hanna,' an there y'are." Washington Star. NOVEMBER "If this Misther Hanna geta to bo tho gret man he promises now, "said Mr. Dolan, "there'll be twice the number av babies named afther him as is named afther most celebrities." "Oi see no rayson fur it" replied PflUeti.SOivfts?. -. r vf. i'iiph. jrnaranteovrIthG3l.00 boxesivnvffinrnritithAi t.OLi.ii to refund thinner lVnt cured. Stalled dress ou receiptor price. The Japanese iUe iwePaolJUan. SSTSold by W G. White. Druggist, Richmond Ky. -i ... TITIll --. iMMvurDuiiKinnini be &1 50c and SI hnr. A fa e? Japanese Pile Ointnent 25 and hQf. Has hnv lrtHAA I Is,. i3l" HBff i - 3 HA 7 3d . ad- to Tanr Don't Let The Horn Worms' Destroy Your Tobacco. H, N, i, & B. B. 24, R. EfM A New Preventive! hand-pickin- Time Table No. fect May I In FIGURES. free-silv- Ufn-"- e ... bo-fo- with rheumatism and supporting himself by a cane, has thrown tho cane away since Kryser's touch, walks erect and was so rejoiced that he danced n jig over the event. Professor S A. Games, who wa3 suffering with stiff elbows from inflammatory rheumatism, :a .fully restored. Several other cases of a similar iiaure have yielded to his touch, and his wonderful cures aro tho subject of general discussion. WEYLER'S QUEER PLANS. Talk of a Barbed Wire Fence and a Deep Ditch About Havana. Captain General Weyler evidently thinks a crisis is approaching in tho Cuban rebellion, according to advices at Key West Theso advices state that Weyler summoned his generals to Havana, not only to confer about the threatened meeting of the troops and about deserting tho trocha, but also to plan additional defenses for Havana. It ia asserted that Woyler has received information that the Cuban chiefs intend to attack the city, which at present is denuded of troops, who aro doing on the trocha. It is .said the generals determined to use the volunteers to cover strategic approaches and to plant additional artillery in tho outskirts of the city. A plan to erect a barbed wire fence and a stone wall and to dig a deep ditch about the city was also considered. Tho growing uneasiness of Weyler is reflected in tho tonoof the official press, which takes a most gloomy view of the situation. There is an absolute lack of confidence even in official circles in Spain's ability to put down the rebellion. The recent attempt by insurgents to cut off the water supply by destroy- Cha-g- e 1 That most enthusiastic of j mrnals, the Denver News, continues to warn Democrats to be careful at Chicago and nominate a .presidential candidate Reentirely agreeable to the publicans of the West and also to the Populists. Having given the combined Republican and Populist vote of 1S94, the News says: The above figures should suggest this question to Democrats who place the cause of bimetallism above the gratification of party pride : "Is it reasonable political party which to expect that-thcast but 154,271 votesiiPi894j as against in 1,096,85S cast by the other two free-silv- er e The of tobacco worms is a thing of the past, if the claims of the "N. S. J." Co., Richmond, Va., be true and their claims seem to be well substantiated. Not only is the labor and worry saved but the farmer gets a greater number of pounds of tobacco and a better qualitv bv the use of "N. S. J." No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. The proprietors proiwso to oi e fkei of cost, under certain and reasonable conditions. seeral hundred boxes of the compound (each box enough for one acre), and tobacco jirowen would do well to write the Company at onco - for particulars. g 12 12, 1895. EAST BOUND 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. No. 1 No i. No. o. No 1. Ex Sua Ex Sua Ex Sua Ex Sun. A-- i Versailles. Nicholasviile Valley View. M. W MiHkm.. Mofct'Iy Richmond. ITni.. tsralsneK3..... Panola ... Irvine.. II II r. 6 40 7 35 3 11 74 4T 58 m. 11 15 11 11 31 11 ft 11 46 1 11 A. M. 8 5S I II 10 55 11 10 11 ii T5" 30 pari 11 5; I I Od 15? l 3 Ne. 1. No. 4. No. 3. No. io WEST BOUND Ex SnalEi Soa Ex Saa Ex San Irvine Panola Bracfi-M A. M. r 1 t , 2 M. 3o 54 E P.M. 3 40 4 A. M. Mefeerly tfnlan Richeiend ... 111 17- In Racing. In accident insurance tho bicycle hazard is rapidly becoming, as might well be expected, a most important footer. Two of the prominent accident companies are at work upon elaborate statistics relating to bicyclo accidents, and it is quite' safe to say that an increaso in tho rato of this kind of insurance must bo mado to keep pace with tho numerous claims presented for personal injuries. A recent decision of tho appellate division of tho supremo court has "oponixl tho eyes," so to speak, of tho accident companies. Tho decision was in the caso of the National Accident society versas Keefo. Tho insured entered a bicyclo race and was injured. Tho company refused to pay, on tho ground that the conditions of tho policy had been violated. The jury found a verdict in favor of Keefo, and this verdict has now beon sustained on the appeal. If this decision stands, accident insurance managers say, the clause in the policies prohibiting racing and voluntary exposing to unnecessary danger will have to bo made more epfc,ifio or a rate commensurate with the increasad hazard will have to be charged the insured. Chicago Times-Herald. BICYCLE IN INSURANCE. Company Obliged to Faj For Injuries Be-celv- JjSSFR, If eag-zrl- y ing tho conduits has thrown both Weyler and the Havana public into a condition bordering on panic. Philadelphia Press. She Defied Superstition. Tho superstitions that encompass and harass a bride aro so many and for the most part so utterly foolish that it is a positive delight to find a bride who absolutely ignores some of the timeworn beliefs. Everybody knows that it is tho worst of luck for a brido to wear her wedding gown before tho day of the wedding, 'and to try on the veil is simply tempting providence, but one of the most charming brides of tho season did both. Sho is the vice president's daughter, too, Miss Julia Stevenson. Several days before her wedding day she posed to Miss Frances Benjamin Johnston for a series of portraits. Sho wore the different gowns of her trousseau, including the wedding gown, and several of the pictures represent her veiled in the bridal tulle. It was eminently sensible, of course, and all that, but there aro very few brides who Would dare do it Washington Post Current Slang. Ono of tho American prisonors in Cuba writes that he has been in Motto castle "long enough to grow whiskers, " while tho morning papers report that the Competitor filibusters "have had a close shave. ' ' Why this discrimination? The state department should investigate. Chicago Times-Heral- e X - ... ... 1 UNCLE SAM'S VICTORY. Government Wins Against "17 Boxes of Snakes and 23 Monkeys." The termination of a peculiar controversy which is officially known in tho United States court as "The United States versus Seventeen Boxes of Snaies Monkeys" occurred and Twenty-thre- e tho other day in tho shape of a victory for tho government, but whether tho government is really a gainer or a loser is a difficult question for even lawyers to decide. W. B. Coughtey, who represent 3d the "Seventeen Boxes of Snakes aad Twenty-thre- e Monkeys, " gave tho following facts in tho caso: "Several months ago a prominent dealer in zoological property, whose name I will not mention for publication, but whose headquarters aro in Liverpool, shipped from Europe 17 boxes of snakes and 23 monkeys. "Of courso there was a consignee htire in New York. Unfortunately for htm, he never becamo a member of the sin ill and exclusive cliquo of dealers who have long controlled tho snake and monkey trad in New York. Tho members of the clique mado up their mirds ... anti-Blain- y. THREE NEW DANCES. 1CS J, H.NEFpTCO. S't. j" -- -- - .!'" d, -- rworts raafforedatd.alMrttfeteieaad' ,-- o'? v ?- -. Timee-Berak- ! 4? 4j. i:-- J Uif. ' -- fl '.. f - ":if T ", i - ;ri S33; .'3r j 1.5 s t ;3 s :-- ;ff r - 3.'i&J b JS- What tho Danclnj- Masters Agree For Us to Use Next Winter. that they would not tolerate a nowde.il Tho convention of tho National Asso- er, who might become a formidable ciation of Dancing Masters at Pittsburg competitor in tho market So, when adjourned after favorably recommend- thoy wero called as experts to fix valuaing three new dances. Seven others tions, they named their estimates so were rejected. high that tho consignee of the snakes The thrco adopted aro tho "National and monkeys could not afford to jay ' Gavot," the "Labeau Quadrillo" and the duty assessed. the "Varsity Gavot" "The 'goods' were detained by jho In tho "National Gavot " after the custom house authorities and placed in courtesy, the dancer takes small, grace- bond. Government officials did not know ful steps, then a quick marching move- bow to taku care of tho 'goods. ' llio ment It concludes with a waltz. result was that tho snakes and monkJiys The "Labeau Quadrille" is of the began to tioken and die. Some of jJie minuet order, embodying the Newport monkeys becamo so desperate that tl icy and two step. broke from their cages, and Undo Saia's the men had a lively time iir recapturing The "Vartity Gavof'-beginswitregular gavot movement into a balancthem.. Snakes should have a bath evjjry ing step, then into a glide, making a day. They wero not properly batbjjd. Vfitly aomomation. Well, to make a long story shortj I guess about all the reptiles and animals Evils of Politics In Kaucmtlon. are dead now. Tho consignee has absTho public Echool system shonlCbe. tained a financial loss, which the govtaken out of politics. Politics should ernment, tho court says, need not mltko have no more to do with education than good. " New York Herald. it has with religion. As ii is, the best educators are aot working for the .naCorbett aad Ives to Raee. tion. They are all in tho service of priFrank Ives, the champion bill! vate and sectarian colleges. They can- player, and James Corbetfrtho jmgT! not be induced to enter the employ of have agreed, to jjde a mateh-race,al;- j ,the states. It is not that the colleges t jaaanwiaa 1 rav them more "money. It lis because Dicycie ithey feel they cannot teach"-- ' as 'they on July M in' aid of Herald.fMe .ioe fBd.lLAs tarttvi ' wtmld.'.with a lot'of igrnivs8jHter--tluriurarith'ffaair foot zm St4LoaiB Mir" aqttrt'BtayaJsVj-kfrri.fi' JT d O... Sn ,11 . . "i Jf '! .. jot. "' h Train'. Setween Louisville ."il Ve,jjles daily fourth of their electoral votes by noefwey Trains between Ciacmaati "jrfetMISeft 'j'lo a free coinage candidate, if he nating DigestiveTCos S tram, I In coanett wK eedto expos and from LouUviie Jteliest bidder, the shall prove distasteful to the Populists ,b on every bottle, iiut it's:Ittr-raairr r.'.ried propertv, viz.: and free coinage Republicans, of whose ,ie hopest ;'hotirs in Cinm. yT-- . r votes they must obtain more than twicV'- vf. i 101755 return to KKhmona . a tL, v (, fe'?' ' H N. For thrnupH r as many as thev cast themsel ves, ia tue J aM T auv ticket azeni or address Kv last election at which they tried conclusions?" " READY TO the How obout the seven other out of the seventeen possible states in tho AVeat and Northwest? They are California. Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Utah K. C. DIVISION. and Wyoming. California ia by far the most certain of them for any silver can- Our factor on Laurel Street in Richmond is now running, and we are In Effect March 1, didate the party will name. prepared to fill orders tor twist of the But in Illinois the Republican pluraliBOUND. i! H u ty was 133,427. The Populists cast nf Express for Cincinnati AKV LV. VI Deduct 20 per cent, from the DemsHWUSUVUttl m- - P. M. A. M. Paris, jlavsvilie. ocratic vote for goldbug disaffection, and chester andLexington Ii. the Democracy must win over from 6.25 mail. 7.S3 Populists and Republicans not less than Cincinnati, Paris, Mays- P-- M. ville, inch ester and 150,000 voters to cam- - the state. If the "Pair 0! 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 vote of 1896 should equal that of 1894, Livingston, London, less the 20 per cent, for disaffection, the Brands, three grades. We can save you 1.10 I'ineville. 12 55 Democratic candidate would be more money. Send us a trial order; you will Fast line for Livingston, A. X. Espethan 300,000 votes behind that of the be glad with our products. 11.43 Londou,Jellico,Knoxville 319 cially pleased to hear from country mercombined opposition. A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, P. M. chants. In Indiana it is not much more reas3.19. Pans, Winchester. 11.41 Ross, White P. 31. Rowland, Lancaster and A. X suring. In 1894 the Republicans cast 49 1.25 Stanford. Rie mioxD, Ky. 10:10 283,405 votes, the Democrats 23S,732,and P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and P. M the Populists 29,388. The Democrats 6:1(J 7:40 Stanford, were beaten nearly 50,000 by the RepubWanted-- An Idea licans. Deduct from the Democratic Protect your Ideas; thy may brlngr you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDERBHRN & CO.. vote of this year 20 per cent., represent- neys, Washlngtdn. D. C. for their t! Patent Attor- ESyOnt-goinprize offer trains connect at Paris and list of two hundred Inventions wonted. with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, ing the gold faction, and it would be Maysville and intervening points. over 100,000 votes behind the Repubtrains connect at Winchelicanif the Republican vote is relatively ster with Lexington and points west, the same aa last year. Here are nearly and Mt. Sterling and points east. trains connect at Livings100,000 votes to gain. They must come ton with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville, from Republicans and Populists. Louisville and intervening points. In the Hawkeye state the proportion trains connect at Rowland is worse for the Democracy. If you want the best Washing Ma- (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, Upon a much smaller total vote than that cast chine that fs made, one that a child Knoxville, Louisville and intervening points- in Indiana, the Republicans ran 57,000 can operate, call on, or address, Traina do not atop where no time votes ahead of their Democratic comis specified. Ciias. Waller, petitors, and the Populists polled 32,000. Foradditional information, inquire of Richmond, Ky. K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of In Michigan the Republicans ran 80,000 other agents. votes ahead of the Democrats, and the BSfAgents wanted. Populists polled 26,000. The remaining two, Utah and Wyoming,, cast but six electoral votes not of much weight except in a close contest 3T TICKLES YOU Our Democratic friends refer with THZ INSTANT RELIEF YOU BET FROM some pride, but with great inaccuracy, to their party aa onethat casta 7,000,000 in a presidential year. They seem to forget that not less than 3,000,000 of that number will not be cast for its nominee this fall, if he stands upon a free silver Colic. Cramps, Dianhcea.Flnx. Cholera platform. This will leave to it 4,000,000 CURES Morbus. Nausea, Changes of Water, etc votes. But it must obtain 4,000,000 H EALS Cots. Horns. Braises. Scratches, Bites of Aatculs, Serpents, Dugs, etc more somewhere. Who will supply BREAKS UP Bad Colds. La Grippe. Influenza. Croup, Sore Throat, etc them ? They must come from Populists Good, and Republicans. How can they be obSuell3Eierpihera Tastes Good, does good every time. at 25c and 50c Per Bottle. No Relief. Na Pay. Sold tained, is the serious and important K4 vixe comuna iwq ana out bli ubii m uiaca u ua smkuo. SPRINGFIELD, MEDICINE CO. HERB question which the Chicago convention must solve and solve rightly, o.r tho gold J si ufas TilTi A rsAiTilii IT f T f standard party will be victorious. A Berious errorat Chicago will inevitably divide the silver army. i r v meae Biiues, can secure even pies one-tR- n J WgjLW'" 8 " MilliOB VaWey View NicbetasviHe. Versailles ... .... ( jg io 6 34 65 6 6 05 .. 3 os 3 13 , 30 4 s 40 5 oa 5 30 s 57 5 15 5 40 ... 7 50 33! at M ... ... m. 63 j 30 a. v A. M. r. r. I o Jenu. . SUPPLY THE TRADE L. & N. E. E. -lSOtJ.-NORTH 59,-67- 6. "!. .." u. .Mb" Jel-lic- o, X' .? 0 UI r m SSS JSO0 :M g Ont-uoin- g Mice! Out-goin- s: Out-goi- LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. i.flf$a asi ssV smsfc flssssTM as fasmfTi fT issslH ITflassTTsss1 sssssTsstVI afflrfasTlaslsi AlT1r3sss'iVasissfc rtaTniaJsstassslasfc LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Corrected Weekly. Butter. Eggs . . . Chickens (live) Chickens (spring) Ducks (live) Madison Monumental Works. MANUFACTURKK AXD DEALER ftidn-ui-Jtou-lhiife StolOo lb . to 7c doz 5c lb lOc I v FINE MD GRANITE MONUMENTS , lb lb- - Tombs, 5c lb Cheese."'. Lard Beeswax Ginseng Wool (No,l) . . Tablets, Headstones, Urns, J0tol2Jclb . . SJc to . 11 Statoakt, Etc WORK A SPECIALTY Solicited, u - 20c lb $2.50c 5bi 12c lb , thNr Burry and Cott Green hides . .' ... .. . Dry hides . ... f .' . FiatbwB (w).. 7tSclb-- 3to4clb StcTBclb .... ascitis v.- - M.I 4 .&K-i .. g&f Tour Trade Work- delivered to any part of t&tv jpjf , State. gXF Write orDeeigBS o&c Prices: -- .x. ' -- wk. a Mw.J.'G. -- r-- " tedvSywu., 4iUcm' mm iKf. , " GSO.O.'DOiffigR Propiiii irbsSbresV PoMriMK awwiCy. 57v "r tegsg-- - " :i. JS &Mbi- - l? - k,. ?SaJ as( ije .r . !" a . t 14 4V Ik- 5' J i THE CLIMAX. VREXCH TIPTON. KENTUCKY'S IMPORTANCE CAMPAIGN. IN TUB (' I -- WHAT WATTERSON TH INKS. press report from Lqn- ,&n associated - Editor. D. P. ARMER, - - - - Manager. POBL1SHEU ZVIKT WKDNESDAT-BT democrataic column. Arkansas Alabama doh, 8 electoral votes .. .. -- .... 'The June 17th, says: Chronicle .this morning has a iE-s- .:. Tho Climax Printing PRICK Go. Florida Georgia- - PKlt YKAlt, $1.50. 189G. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 24. CANDIDATES - - ANNOUNCEMENT- - iii iss iss i jpi Missouri North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Texas .'. "...'. FOB CONGKEvVv. Virginia "West Virginia Califorina Colorado - s Owsley, of Lincoln connty, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the Stli District, subject to the action of the Democratic party Phyor Foree, of Shelby county, is a candidate for Congress, to represent the 8th district, subject to the action of .the Democratic party. S. rOR JUDGE OF THE COPRT OF APPEALS. John .. .T Idaho . .. Kansas Montana North Dakota Oregon South Dakota-.....-. ' ts mm half column interview with Hen. Henry Miss Katie Smith is visiting in Mt. Watterson. Of the Presideiiti.il election Sterling. Jl - 4 he said he did not regard the pending Dr, J. C. Morgan was in Lousivillc in America as directed towards a 13 last week. Mrs. J. M. Rifle visited friends in Win"If the Republicans come in," said lie, j 17 "they will find themselves as little able chester last week.' Miss Esther Burnai), who spent the 11 to settle questions as the Democrats have " school year at Colorado Springs, is home ...- - 9 been in the last three years 'To? the moment," Mr Watterson for vacation. 12 15 continued, ' the Democrats seem to have Mis Hamilton hnp returned to her 12 goae to pieces, but when the office are home at Natchez. Miss . after a visit to 6 distributed next year and the battle of Miss Minnie Waeers- 9 refentmenta begins the Republicans will 3Iiss Mary Smith left List Wednesday - 4 go to pieces, then there will be a com- for Garrard count v, where she will isit 3 plete redistribution of party force and the family of Mr. W R. Dennv. 10 njiere will be a great and onclnsie con MNs Bruce, of Vnncebnnr.caine here 3 test in 1900 between sound and unsouni last week and went with Mr? Belle Bentheories of government and finance. . nett to the London school corner stone 3 The coming general election will be 4 4 L mi DPRSnMrAl. mwviMii-i-;?rN -- w -- I 1MA means sound health. With pore, rich, healthy blood, the stomach and digestive organs will be vigorous, and there will be no dyspepsia. Rheumatism and Neuralgia will bo unknown. Scrofula and Salt .Rheum w ill disappear. With pure Pure THE SOUTH'S OPPORTUNITY. Your nerves will bo strong, and your sound, sweet and refreshing. Hood's Sarsnpnrllla makes pure blood. That is why it cures so many diseaser That ia why so many thouannds take U to cure disease, retain good health, pre- vent sickness and suffering. Remcmt Bleep Blood 9 largely a struggle for offices." HOW TO MAKE GOOD BUTTER, Judge W S. Pm ok, of Henry county, is Washington to the office of Wyoming a candidate for Judge oi the Court of Appeals, from this Nebraska- District, subject to the action of the DemTotal. ocratic party. v 4 A correspondent of 3 8 gives eight rules for the Jersey Bulletin making gilt-edge- d butter 19G 1 From this time till November will be a Conneticut eeason for hypocrites. . Delaware Maine Chairman Sommers has called tbe State Democratic Campaign Committee Maryland Massachusetts to assemble in Louisville, Minnesota Republicans have decided upon a Michigan.... ratification meetingat Lexinirton, New Hampshire within the next few days, with Governor New Jersey iNGW XOrK Bradle3 as chief orator. Ohio The coming campaign will witness Pennsylvania thousands of men working for the suc- Rhode Island cess of one party and praying for the suc- Vermont cess of the other parly. Wisconsin Mc-Kinl- ey REPUBLICAN column. - - - 8 15 9 4 10 23 32 4 4 . 12 186 1. Good Jersey cows, to secure rich, clean, healthy milk. If possible, feed cows on rich, old pastures, free from 6 weeds, preferably on uplands. 3 2. Milking the cows in a clean, 6 stable, free from all atmos- pheric taint. 3. Setting the milk to cream and the cream to ripen in a clean, 4 room that may be kept at a low and even temperature. 4. Scrupulous cleanliness and regular temperature in the churning ' 5. Stopping tbe churn when the butter conies the size of wheat grains, end freeing it of buttermilk while in this stag-- ; taking aire not to break the grain in w orking. 6. While in the granular staee, the salt evenly and thorough iy. oO .. With Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and Total. Iowa, the Democrats can win in NovemIN ber , so let Kentucky Democrats cease to talk finances and talk against the com- Kentucky mon enemy the Republicans- Indiana Florida Democrats nominated W. D. Illinois Iowa Bloxham, Sound money man, for Gov. ernor. As predicted, Hanna was made chairman of the Republican National Coin-inittTotal ee THE 6CHAMULE. - 13 7. Put up in neat, clean, sweet 15 attractive packages. 24 8. Scrupulous cleanliness from 13 cow pasture to the butter box. Go and the , laying. W. R Dillon, a'prominent lumCapt. berman of Livingston, formerly a resident of Madison, was here last week, looking well. Mrs W K. Denny and daughter, Miss Willie, of Old Paint Lick, visited Mr. aud Mrs. James W. Smith, this place, hist week. Dr. W. G. White and w ife were present at the State annual meeting of the Pharmaceutical Association at Estill Springs last week. Hon. Curtis F. Burnarn and son, Mr. Robert Rodes Burnam, are at New Haven, Conn., where the Major is at tending the 56th Anniversary of his alma mater's commencement. Misses Mamie and Ollie Baldwin, of Richmond, Ky., and Mrs. W. J. Hanna and daughters, Mary and Margaret, of Harrodsburg,are the guests of Mrs. Thos H. Grubbs Mt. Sterling Advocate. Mr. George F. Anderson, of Danville, formerly a prominent hardware mercbaet While in Richmond, was here here he was noted for possessing a $300 sealskin overcoat. In Danville he has the largest St Bernard dog in America. nooas n Frank J Cheney makes oath that The most important, question before the South is, how to secure immigration. he is the senior partner of the firm of F. I A large movement of population from J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the the North and West nnd of the butter city of Toledo, county and state aforeclasses of German, Scandinavian and said, and that said firm will pay the sum Brittish farmers to the South would bo. 0f ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each of incalculable value to this section. It and eVery case of Catarrh that cannot bo Catarrh Cure, would stimulate the whole South, cured by the use the growth of manuFkank J. Cheney. factures, enhance the value of all Sworn to before me and subscribed in land and of all city property, my presence, this 0th day of December. opporl uni- A D.1S8C. increase the money-makin- g ties of ever' man, woman and child in i- -) A. W.Glkison the South, bring nboutbetter educational 1 SEALr Notary Public. facilities, secure the construction of betHall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally ter roads, forever settle all possible race muquestions, and give to this section a and acta directly on the blood and much greater than thit of cous surfaces of'the system. Send for prosperity as the North and West as the natural ad- testimonials free. F. J. Cheney, & Co., Toledo, 0. vantages of the former exceed thos-- of is the duty of every man CSTSold by druggists, 75c. the latter. It and woman interested in thb South to FAST ONES. bend their best energies to this great iigri-cultur- al -y1 J State op Ohio, City of Toledo, 1 Lucas County, ! CDCPSAI 111 iSiaaS- - 1 H B n B liH h iB """ cm Sarsaparilla PillS Is the One True Wood Purifier. $1 cure rjTer 1Ui' eaay flOOU S take, easy to operate. 25c. per bottle. most respected families. The ounger Messrs. Hill attended Central University the past session. Oscar Witt had his baud terribly mangled on a saw at M. F. Wharton's saw mill last Saturday morning. telegram Dr. E. Northcutt received Friday bringing the sad intelligence that his mother had died the 16th inst She resided in Menefee county. The Doctor to Louisville's attended the burial. Born, to the wife of W. I. Million the 21st inst, a girl. Mrs. Nancy Baker celebrated her 7oth birthday the 19th inst. She received a great many presents from her children and friends. She is the great grandmother of 16 children. CAN THE SOUTH POMPETE WITH FNGLAND? One of the highest metallurgies authorities of England, Mr Jeremiah Head, who visited the South in 1890 and again in 1894, has just made a report on the 'Iron industry of Birmingham, Ala., w ith special reference to a pobsible competition therefrom in British markets," to the British Iron and steel Institute. The main points of this report present a very strong showing for th'e South. Mr. Head admits the ability of Alabama to produce iron at a much lower cost than England, and that, notwithstanding all that has been accomplished, the iron trade of the Southern States is yet inits infancy aa compared with its future. He believes that there is great prosperity 111 store forthe iron and steel interests of the South, but he tinks that the grow th of this business w ill more likely injure the Northern and Western iron trade than create serious competition with England. It is a striking commentary upon the South's position that tha British Iron and Steel Institute should find it necessary to secure such a report and to carefully discuss the possible danger of Jtheni competition. HORSES BLIiSSED. gpnss issxLxrao;i!!S!niffii:irsiiri3i!!Lng A PERIOD OF CENTRALIZATION. Tiios Y. Fitzpatiuck, of Floyd county, was nominated forCongress by the Tenth District Democratic Convention in session at Beattyville, after an all night session, Judge Becsuer leading until the twentv-fifth billot 110W THE VOTE STANDS. Thus far no Democrat has a decided There pull on the Chicago convention. are 906 delegate votes. Boies has only Don't loose it. 116 instructed for him. Russell has 79, A GOLD PLANK. Pattison 64. Bland 52, Blackburn 26. Necessary There are 493 rule, 604. The financial plank of the to a choice, under the as reported to the committee on wheit-Mathews will have 30 and Campbell 4G. UNITED WE STAND- - Here are four doubtful states. Democracy must carry two of them to be in the race. There is no better place than Kentucky for a beginning. If the Democrats will get together and stay together till the evening of the 3rd of.Novem-bethey will carry Kentucky. But Kentucky alone will not sohe the problem, and they must not be the smallest two. Kentucky and Iowa will not do it. But Kentucky and any other one State of the four will win. See how im portant Kentucky is in the campaign. r, j. .CORRESPONDENCE.! WALLACETON. Wheat harvest is here; about a half crop is claimed. There will be a Baptist Church going up in town right soon. Huckleberries are getting ripe ; there w ill be a good 3 ield this year. Mrs Ollie Brown is on the sick list. Mrs C (J. McWhorter is also very ill. Some of our farmers are laying their corn by while others are going over it the first time. Died, on the 14th inst , Miss Maggie Gates, of heart disease, aged about thirty years. She leaves many friends and relatives to mourn her loss. Preaching at Pine Grove, two and a half nnies south of here every Sunday at two o'clock, p. in. Conducted by Abraham Weaver and F. V. Gregory. Wallace fc Hiait have moved their boiler and ehgiue from a point about two milcS'sonth f town into town to run the machinery, of the Boen Brothers. Died, on the 17th inst, Olie, the 18 months old bon of C. C. Whorton of llux. The little fellow leaves a kind father and mother to mourn after their loved one- A few days ago Thomas Kinnard and several others were foohug with a tram car. He let it run over one of his feet and bruised it up considerably, but is able to be out again. No other period of the world has found the antipodes in such close touch Twenty j ears ago the wheat crop of India, Australia and Argentina cut no figure in the markets ot the world. Tliey were not developed then, but since that time they have grown so rapidly and to such an extent that they regulate the price of wheat, not only in our country, hut all over the world Tbe click of the telegraph reporting drouths, rains or other things affecting the yield, makes the local conditions in these countries instantly felt inall market centers. Prices go up or cow n as they fail or succeed. This may also be said of other articles, but not to some extent as Yes, Kansas and California with 19 otes will go Democratic next electoral November, but New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland ith 21 votes will go Republican; a loss to us of 2 voles. In Kentucky we must stand together and see V1 il-..Anww.lt i me s,inai i. It grauu uiu cuiuuiuuniui1." )does not go Republican. The battle Vpround is in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois , 1 s .and Iowa. -- r$reckinriu0 pp'.'MIVE .i IN APPEARANCE. -- . man in the hu resolutions, is an unequivocal declaration in favor of the gold standard. It might have been stated in a more coj-cis- e manner and with less verbiage, but it is emphatic enough against the free coinage of silver and in faor of gold to suit e en the most idolatrous worshiper of the jellow metal. If the men who ha e formulated this plank think that its language will deceive any voter in the West, they are destined to realize the blunder they made in November next. It is the monome tallism of Wall street, stated in him, of the trucklingt.arL- - - rttician-- . cold-blood- Big crops in this country do not always mean low prices, nor do short crops always mean high prices. Our crops must be considered in connection with those of other countries to discover their tnie market value- This centralization will continue to grow The telegraph, steamships and. railroads have, 'in a few shrp.t years, brought the whole world "fn touch In the course of a letter to a friend the The last Government report was made from reports from 15,000 prominent millers instead of 5,000 county correspondents, as heretofore. The increased acreage over 1895 was 100.8 per cent, winter and 103 25 spring, or an average Charged this year will be due and must be of 101.7 percent, or 555,849 acres over 1895, reported in December at that of paid 22,467,063 winter and 11,570,269 spring. Average condition was 87.6, indicating a crop of 463.895,000 bu. The average indicated yield per acre for the past 10 years of winter wheat has been 15.2 bu., m MAD HORSE and of spring 15.6. The June 10 condiA month ago a dog showing all the tion of spring wheat wa3 given as 77.9, signs of hydrophobia passed through the an increase over last June. mnwmmmnwmnmmn&mmmmmmmmm rrHlsntSProvidence neighborhood, in this county. Mercer county Fair Association will Citizens followed him up and killed him sell all its property and have no fair. near the Kentucky river. When lirst seen, the dog was running after a horse OF belonging to John Neal, snapping at its nose. Just thirty days from that t.me BroA'n, A M the horse began to act strangely and 83on Barnes, C B went into convulsions. It was appaient Carter, G W Chenault,Miss Sadie to all that the animal was afilicted with Can . W S" Collins, B S G hydrophobia. He would rear, paw at Cobb, All'ord SfriJBri?igfflIlBplffiUMc" his head and run about foaming at the Evans M L. mouth. At intervals he would become quiet and graze about the pasture. The Flespey. Robert actions of the animal created great ex- Goodloe, Mattio Harris, Lena citement amomr the neighbors who col- Harris, Annie ! lected to witness the unusual sight and Harris Millie Hall, Lucv assist in killing what they considered a Hill, A G Holden Mrs very dangerous animal. Lawrenceburg Hopper, James Hord, Joe News. Kavenaugh, Sarah Keene, Geo King Rene, one of the"most noted of Marshall, W T Mitchell, Mary show ring trotting stallions, died 7ast Moody, Mr week at Ashjanu, near Lexington, the Powers, SB property ot Maj. H. C- - McDowell, und Smallwood, Mrs Lucy Smith, Willie A was 21 years old, a rich bay in co or, Short, W T sired by Belmont, out of Blandina. by Walker, Mattie Mambribo Chief, a winner in show rings, Walker, Ned P. S....ALL GOODS IN MY HOUSE MUST e and 6ired 33 trotters pacei in Yowell, Moses 2:30 list. J, B. Willis, P M. REGARDLESS OF PRICE FOR CASE ONLY. question. It demands .the untiring work, the most liberal financial aid and the daily thought of everyone who desires to see the South enjoy the blessings that would come from an movement of population. bouthward The Manufacturers' Record, devoted to the industrial interests of this section, and reaching the manufacturers of the North and West, and the "Southern States" Magazine, published by it, devoted wholly to its immigration and agricultural interests, and reaching thousands of prospective settlers, laud buyers and immigration agents in the North and West,0ill press indusirial and immigration matters upon the world's attention more vigorously and on a broader scale even than in the fast. "Will the people of the w hole South, the bankers, the merchants, the manufacturers, the land owners, the railroad companies and all others realizing the vital importance of greater energy in this work and the greatness of the reward that is possible, take up these question with new activity and enthusiasm? ever-increasi- Some of the 2:10 stallions that will bo out to race this year are William Penn, 2:07; TrevUHan, 2.08; Lockhart, 2:08; Altao, 2.091; B- - B- - , -- O9?; Bun Cupid, 2:093; Early Rirdi - 1 and som0 one or two others. Should these horses all meet at some one point at which there is a good track what a grand good race coulk bo witnessed. Lockhart should about prove the winner, although they are all about equally divided as to merit Spirit of the West. R-- jgylfillilj!! ijjijpygii FROM THIS DATE NO MORE -- - GOODS WILL BE SOLD TO ANY ONE ON WHEAT. CREDIT! DON'T ASK IT AS IT WILL BE REFUSED. ALL - ACCOUNTS TULY 1ST. . fmBmmmmmBmmim0mm LIST LETTERS All parties owing accounts still unpam of 1895 not paid by June 10, will l SUED June 10 without further notict fljgfljgMjllpIajglBfB -- -- ST oR i3JSJ I "O T"? TT f and-on- -- Industrial t AjmpricanT " tlfi Y ' XEV ERA IN MISSISSIPPI. fpfik e:i.,"mark among . 1 I Ir'-- - out either through public sentiment or the power of outraged law. Honest turfmen condemn the merry COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. in various parts of the country by indisIt is authoritatively reported that the criminate bands of bookmakers who are elate for the new county Democratic pleased to call themselves jockey clubs. These concerns deceive nobody; they committee contains; a few men. In one case, and possibly more, a are run solely in the interest ot low gamman has been replaced by blers w ho have done more and are doing man. In other in- more than all else combined to injure the another members breeding interest and bring the turf into stances, the old been retained. In all. there are bad repute. Public seutiment does not have seven It is clear that the free silver seem strong enough to crush out thehe men are in the majority in the county; iniquitous combines, and therefore it relikewise in the State. They should have mains for the law to step in and take a Every hand. M., in Breeder and Horseman. the committee unanimously. man should be dropped. DECADENCE OF DIALECT. To the victors belong the spoils. If any man is retained, he should The dialect story is no longer exciting resign, and. all new appointments should controversy. It is not sufficiently morrefuse to accept There are numbers of bid. The public demands characters men in every locality and less human and books possessing some they shonld have the pie. novel purpose. It is not necessary to approve of that even if we comprehend IT WONT DO. LIME AND LIME WATER. it On the contrary, a pinch of disapproval tickles the general appetite and of the Populists and The effort The uses, of bo homely an article as Republicans of the West to have mates the author's fortune which is a ery nice for the author. lime about the household.are almost inSenator Teller, of Colorado, nominated numerable, just the ordinary lime that The literature of localities has its for President by the Democrats at Chicar for those w ho love to recognize one sees the plasterer and the go, ie idle. If there is not one Democrat human nature through a strange dis- use in preparing the pacts of piaster or in the United States who would be a of unslacked suitable candidate for President, the pa it j' guise. Who can fail to recall any num- mortar. A small piece ber of pathetic and humorous little tales, lime in a perfectly cleau bottle, with cold should close its doors and permanently quit business. Teller is a Republican. clothed in uncouth language,- to recall water poured over it the bottle corked of the them with an affection embracing even and kept in a cool dark place is a full He was present at the formation Republican party and has steadfastly that vesture? If dialect literature dies, recipe for lime waler. It is ready for use momenta after the water is stood by its principles, until the St. it will bo a case of suicide. While the in a few convetion last week, when he present broad appreciation of books lasts, poured on This lime water has a numLouis it can expect only a second place, since ber of uses, as well as the lime itself. A withdrew on account of the financial the majority must always preler sensa- spoonful of it in a cupful of milk is a plank. But Teller is yet a McKinley served hot. But the minority, n remedy for the bummer complaint comtariff man. He is a centralized power tions respectable company, are indulgent. mon to children. It is admirable for advocate. He is opposed to States Rights He stood Demanding neither excitement nor cleansing l.ursing bottles It corrects and local self government. amusement, they do humbly beg for acidity of the stomach. It will prevent Ehoalder to shoulder with the Federal truth, locally colored. To satisfy this the "turning" of milk or cream, and a election force bill fellows. In plain craving they arc offered a strange vocab- cupful added to bread sponge will keep English, Mr. Teller is a Republican and ulary. Even a worm will turn. "We it from souring. Allowed to evaporate should stand on a Republican platform. have studied glossaries and footnotes." from a vessel over the fctove, its steam says these patterns of patience. IMPK0V1NU TIMES. "We proves u wonderful alleviation for the willingly endure hardship, deciphering distresss due to lung fever, croup or Is it too much to diphtheritic ailment, It will sweeten Businefcs is gradually growing better. these compositions. and purify bottles and jugs, etc, 'and, This is evidenced in many ways. That demand a reward in the end?" The most appreciative of ns would lastly, a few spoonfuls of it poured on able authority. Dun's Review, thinks a dawn of prosperity is here. The Review scarcely confess to a relish for dialect potted plants wPJ rid them very effectuWo endure it as a necessary evil. Some ally of pot worms! says: Lime itself, as everyone knows, is in "There are continued signs that a gain authors apparently believe that human Lusiness has begun. Stocks have gone nature is the same the world over and valuable ae a purifier and disinfectant in higher than they were before the artifi-c- that diversity of speech alone gives' va- Sprinkled in cellars aud closets, where break ten da3s ago, wheat and cot- riety. Linguistic phenomena impress there is slight dampness, it will not only ton are in better demand, there is more them more than do mental. The .field of serve as'a purifier, butjtns a valuable preventive against the invasion of nox- confidence in monetary circles, and the philology is awaiting such persons. spare them. ious anicnals. In greater cases, such as can tendency toward shrinkage in great in seems in some measure, at least, J The rest of the world knows that a the disinfection oi vessels and hospitals, dustries to be checked. While the outcome of Frenchman does not think like an En it is reccjrnjzed as a chief 'agent- - It is Americans are recognized one of thi notable instances of. the econtins, Democratic convention is uncertain, glishman. omy and; of the bounty 'of .nature that aud the great crops are not yet abroad in epite.of perfect mastery of languages. wholly 'Translated into this tarticie, so cheap and commonnis beyond dangerj a sure and strong improvement could hardly be Enelisb, "LesMiserablee" is6till a French, Berviceablein somaByiastances. ;Lames J . expected, but the tone ia business cir- - novel. After all, language is but the. Home-Journal. . cles has grown distinctly more hopeluL oatPide cloak. Joo often Jiteratura r&- Clearing bouse exchanges for the past embles one of those poor- - ire figures in i A Buffiflo newspaperleofitained 'ie- week are 3.4 per ceatleea than last year'a the shop windows, clojhed like humai--- j r cente. less than m 1899, ty, bat with no beatityc neart beneath and only Mi Cc4e,-riJuueiailares have beea neither . aa aula. Its roper;xteriw.--- sMU, . .. . -t bicyl.- www aor a urge m im year or miami" i Mte w iiiniiiiii'iaai p-- ds - states we will .ialio, Montana. Ne Dakota, houth Dakota, Ore--il- i, Washington and Wyoming." aliat is true, but what is their combined electoral vote? Only 34. We should not forget that New York w ith her 30 electoral votes will go against us. Cleveland carried New York. The swap sounds mighty big when you call names, but is like the man w ho sheared the hog "made a heap of fuss but didn't get much wool." Talk is cheap but it takes runuin' to catch rabbits. .raw" Dem- - The orjtitr ' as re--n- was not less offensive and uiulr.. direct aud honcbt. Denver News. new era for Mississippi has dawned at Gulfport, and the realization of the dreams1t)fMississippi is now well under The UNLAWFUL RACING. I am irrevocably opposed to night racing or racing out of season. Racing in the spring and fall on legitimate race courses is altogether debirable, but winter racing, night racing, racing any time, anywhere on mushroom tracks, operated in the exclusive interest of individuals, is altogether wrong, and must be btamped sound-mone- y sound-mone- y sound-mone- y sound-mon- ey sound-mone- y sound-mone- y free-silv- er way. The steam trip hammer begins its orh tins week driving the piling for the wharf of the Unlfand fehip Island railroad, to extend into the sound to a depth of about twelve feet of water, and before manj days a train of happy, exultant Missgippians will leave Hattiesburg and go out to the end of the pier, being witthe nesses? to the triumph of Gulfport future great Southern gateway, not only to the State, but the Mississippi Valley It will be through Gulfport and at Ship Island Harbor that the millions of w eallh now locked in a pine forest will find its way to the markets of the world; it will be through Gulfport that niue-tentlof the cotton from this btate will be exported; it is at Ship Island Harbi r that the largest and cheapest and most accessible coaling station of the continent will be established; it is at Gulfport where manufacture aud commerce will vie in friendly rivalry for supremacy, and foreigu countries will pay homage and tribute to" Mississippi's greatest seaport. Long has been the waiting, but brighter and grander is the realization. "The darkness has passed and true light now shineth ;" the past, with its "might have beens," is gone and to be forgotten, aud in this new era every loyal citizen of the State should shout willingly and lend its iuflnence to the upbuilding of the largest and most prosperous city on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Gulfport Southward. m t T t VALLEY VIEW. E. L. Hayden and Miss Susie Wave attended the unveiling of the Confederate monument at Nicholasville, the 15th inst. Capt F. M Spurlock and wifo are going to Ford to reside about the first of J uly. MrSTG. W. Hutchinson, of Keene, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.'B. Spurlock and other relatives here this week. Rev. AV W Williamson, of White Hall, closed a successful Beries of meetings at this place last Tuesday night. Four were added to the church under tbe preaching of Bro. Williamson, who is a fluent aud logical speaker, w ho hand led bis scriptural texts in an exegetical well known Michigan reinsman, Sam L. Caton, now at Moscow, Russia, savs: "I must tell jouwhat occured in my barn My interpreter told me it was St. George's day, on" which all tine and valuable stock hor?es and cattle are blessed aud that it was the custom for my employes to hold services in the stable. So after the work was over and the horses were done up, preparations were made for the ceremony of JJessiug them A large table was placed in ne stable, sjjjjj ujmiii which was spread all the line robes, fFrliE a large pail of oats and a pai of hoi mm A priest und his attendants water. pnivetlfor the succebs of the fetable and the ow tiers, then offered a praj er for the Emperor, burned incense in every stall, sprinkled every horse with holy water and blessed them, doing the same w itb mm each of the men and myself, conducting the ceremony by singfng the Russian BJfUJ National hymn. So I suppose it w ill be quite impossible for me to have bad luck this year." No matter what their opinions of the ceremony may be, Sam's host of friends in the United States sincerely hope that all things will work together to bring him success. Stock Farm. to-da- y. ipjjl H 4fe'VVV'yfy't E?3E si HI T ivVtViViMViV WEpx !E E!)kt2p4 p-- X VJ m 3R3 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. MAR- - mm mm raUm M THIS SPRING THAN EVER BEFORE. manner. air concerts given by the Quaker Medicine Co. each evening the past week drew largely on the rural population. Mr. Fred May in his local hit the song entitled, "When Somebody unlocks the. Well" as sung last Saturday evening by him was a production of his own mind and had its inception from the fact that some one had placed a lock on the pump that belongs to the supposed public w ell of our town and from which a great many people used water. Edward George returned Monday from a visit to relatives and friends at Padu-taThe- - open h. l'UnLISIIED BY OLOVER A DUBKKTT, LOUIS VILLE TOBACCO WAHEHOU8E. free-silv- er brick-laye- -- -- al Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3603 hhds. with re ceipts for the same period 4050 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st, to 86,350 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1S95 on our market to this date amount to S2,4S0 hhds. Our market has had another week of large receipts and sales on our market, the offering including 2528 hhds of bur-ley- , without any very decided change ia values for any grade; however, tobacco of high color, both leaf and lugs, has shown a slight advance. The growing crop, as a rule, is very far advanced for Wm. Ledford was in Frankfort last the time of year, and promises to be week on business. ready for cutting at an unusually early Miss Zelia Williams, of Blue Grass date. spent a few days with her cousins Misbes The following quotations fairly repreAnnie and Alice Richardson the past sent our market for burley tobacco 1895 week. crop: by his Trash (dark ordamaged)3 1 00 to 1 50 J. W. Masters 2 00 to 4 00 niece, Miss Hattie Baldwin, visited rela- Common colory trash tives at Brook6towu Saturday, returning Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 Common logs not colory 2 00 to 4 00 Monday. . 4 50 to 7 00 Mrs. Fannie Million, aged 94 years, Common colorydugs walked a distance of four miles one even- Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 ing last week and visited her great Coinmon-t- o medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00 8 00 to 12 00 Misses Annie and Alice Medium to good leaf 12 00 to 15 00 Richardson, in Jesssamiue county, stay- Good to flue leaf 15 00 to 20 00 ing over night and resuming her journey Select wrappery leaf The above quotations are not applicanext morning, a distance of 3 miles, to Spearsville, where she visited her rela ble te green and hosted crops. tives, Mr. and Mrs Geiman Dumas. DR. PErPES'S Revs. Baird, Vaughn and Scott closed SY l a seriere of met ting at byloain NEW DISCO VEirr. KETERF-UL"- . ... . M E. church lasf Tuesday night, nam .ril.lit. An., vn... .iMr.. ?..... ) pressed, ciceftTO, BCantjr c painful A, A.'Hilland family and L H Hast Z2frjt7 ladles-- InTlgoratentbrse organs.. vjno Be. Misses Emma and Efiie, left and eisters. ,i.rv-JQ uwiiTniu, uMtnuoniu poi'er- - v per (wxBicaji dotql cnt on a boat for Louisville, their home, last V.T tuniwforpartJcul.jiu foM ! looel . t Sunday morning. They desired to make V -- '3,ftir',tluoraddie. t'EVlfEilMFUl. " C CAA. ASSOCIATION- - I hlpiu-- v 111. the trip down the river in a toat because Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. it borders 0:1 the romantic, which coupled G. White. the magnificent scenery enronte to their home would make their trip one to be WEAK KIEK 9H&QE ViBOHOUS. long remembered by them. Theybeloug grand-childreiL-TAB- mm ts-- v ii mm ajg ll j2ka Wm El?! L AND WHY? BECAUSE WE GIVE NEW GOODS AND BETTER VALUES. BEST STOCK IN THIS MARKET. ipj LARGEST mm mm ta SfitL lip i At CI, rr2J"2l Ill SJ3 MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND Hats Fuk and Straw, Men's Shoes, Neglige Shirts, and everything! a Man or Boy needs. GOME AND GET SOME PILLS ft Xit-emtu- ro JOST I W QUANTITY". bestin quality "C3Y. W&at VBfcVWSl- kW fe2l wj cj Y. con-tinen- WHITE'S CREJH r s VERMIFUGE!;j FOR ZO YEARtt JEVEHY tndiKretton- It &ct9po3rfull7 ana tjBipkly Cnrc irScn others rail- - Yonn men regain lost msnhoct.-cmonrccoTorrouUjfalTlRor, AbsolutelvCJnai'-aaten- d to Ciira NerrosniMa. iaf lt:iSttr Iia potency, HIichtlyKmluIoasItk'onci-elthe- r cex. Falling Memory, WuCnrBb eases, end all tftett tit self ahutc or eawm av, - Warto off Insanity and oonnrapticn Don't let dnisatat ImrHMeKworthleMsehautisa m s greater front. Iniistcotm' IngFfiKFjgK'ii MVMJK,.f,riMU.ror'iu Ctnbourrtei!nvetpoet. lrt;irt plain wcei. PEFFEit'S MEBTOOR i 3 ry laDSt. t. w i mim X m i a2-pn- T. Hi . jw - ? J hss tea an hukm JQniEtJAJttKTESD.1 f01? Snfsfr . B-2i?i V, Curedraooi eKertuKt it- - 5! Hv ljwt. jeJMfXJUtJfelJUMCAJU AM'Jfrcjfttcwifttf III Ws-ttte- a par e gr. tor etM-antmtaev.PunihlAefrftA-Srtlj- ite wir s, w)ft.AruiT.' :.:. .; -- m : BtomuMW MMCtHC., tame Jbt ! -i Whit 1sv- - :A-- svs; .. .. w-- e A T - V - V J ,., V"f Sb:?r&. Jh- - .& bfi2S v,-- t ks' Sip" 4 U ii; i1. ' J JV-- r ' jfV Ws-- .' O "WN . -- J r - i 1t i' l,S. '3 2 ii-- i . A Wreat Book Free I Mothers will find Chamberlain's Cocgh Scrofulous Sore 2703. Remedy especially valuable lor croup When "Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Islasd. Ky., May 4. 1896. lefoie; Judge J. R. Burnam, last Wedand whooping cough It will give "Five years ago my youngest sister was T. published the first edition of his great nesday, at her home al Caleast, on a WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1S9G. prompt relief and is safe and pleasant cured of scrofulous sore eyes, which had work, the People's Common Sense Mediwrit of lunacy. She was found to be of We have sold it for several years and it afflicted her for two years, by one bottle cal Adviser, he announced that after unsound mind. The trouble-ha- B been has never failed to give tho most perfect of Hood's Sarsaparilla. We are never 680,000 copies had been sold at the Tegucoming on since March. She imagines satisfaction. G. W. Richards, Duquesne, without Hood's Sarsaparilla in the house, lar price, $1.50 per copy, the profit on Harris, who has had twenty-seveconPlenty of rain. that she is compelled to move and wants Pa. Sold by Hagau's Pharmacy. secutive j ears of experience, several of which would repay him for tho great and regard it as the best totearupthing8 and get ready for the Go to Berea which were as principal of the school amount of labor and money expended in" E. O. Pascoe. W. P. Walden, of Danville, a brother and tonic removal. She was taken to Lexington. in question. He is a fine disciplinarian, producing it, he would distribute the Perea commencement of Rev. Jesse Walden, died at Lancaster, is up on all the modern phases of teachhis former home. Tuesday." Free Silver. Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to next half million free. As this number - Ga'wlinestoxe for sale. 566 10011. ing nnd a successful teacher. of copies has already been sold, he is We extend thanks to manager Smith, Mr. James Perdue, an old soldier re- operate. Richmond is. to have a taste of the of There arenumerousapplicantsand the now giving away, absolutely free, 500,-0the Richmond Bottling Works, and siding at Monroe, Mich., was severely Frank B. Scott, assistant agent at Board has work Uefore it copif-4tii of July. of this most complete, interestagent of the Christian Moerlein Brewing afflicted with rheumatism but received Rowland, was killed by the overturning ing and v.duable common sense medical Postmaster Willis' salary has been Co., Cincinnati, for an elegant silver prompt relief from pain by using Cham- of a coach on the evening train from work ever published the recipient only match case, beatifully engraved. Ab it raised to $1,S00. berlain's Pain Balm. He 6ays: "At Richmond, Tuesday. being requ red to mail to him, at above is a present, it is therefore free silver, would ache bo badly , Did yon ever 6ee harvest come so twenty one C21) t With a better understanding of the times mv back raise up. If L had that Ico Croaa ITow Mado la a Ulaute. stamps and '.we are sorry that it is limited nature of the many phys- I could hardly not y am this year? a. ical ills, which vanish before proper ef- gotten relief would not be here to write have an ice cream freezer that will to ccver cost of mailing only, and the I should like to have a thousand or so of I forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts freeze cream perfectly in one minute; as Iiook will be sent postpaid. It is a Miss Hartmrn is closing out her mil-- : them. rightly directed. There is comfort in these lew lines: Chamberlain's Puin library, complete in one volput up $650,000, and this they are unU r at the Glyndou. of Balm has done me a great deal of good it is such a wonder a crowd will always the knowledge, that bo many Surprised Darkey. willing and unable to do. The lien holdare not due to any actuitl dis- I feel very thankful for it." For sale by be around, so anyone can make from five ume. Contains 100S pages, profusely ilsickness Richmond Silver Rand will pro to During the meeting of the Kt. Temp ease, but simply to a constipated condiers, however, who in the present state to six dollars a day selling cream, and lustrated. The Free Edition is precisely Ma .ur Sunday. tion of the system, which the pleasant Hagans Pharmacy. lar Conclave, one of the Grand officers of affairs see no chance of making any from ten to twenty dollars a day selling the same as that sold at $1.50 except onlaJtative, Syrup of Figs, promptfamily asked a local knight to find a boy W Junction City has a brass band. thing out of their paper, have another freezers, as people will always buy an ly that the books are in strong maniMa removes. That is why it is th 3 only ly Tlnrlj white teachers examined last wait on him duriug his btay in the cifci Danville is to have a 4th ot July cele- article when it is demonstrated that they paper covers instead of cloth. Send now remedy with millions of families, and is plan on foot. It is to let the firsts take week, most of whom passed. everywhere esteemed so Tilghly by all bration. which was done. Tiie boy had the road, putting up only enough money can make money by so doing. The before all are given away. who value good health. Its beneficial I'ounty Clerk John White is keeping to cover the receiver's certificates, which nothing to do. When the 3$an cream is frozen instantly and is smooth effects are due to the fact, that it is the As to "Quitters." Dr. David Starr Jordon, President of 0 If it required an annual outlay of Kn clors hall for the present. gave him $3 and asked him if that would have the first claim. They would then one remedy which promotes internal and free from lumps. I have done so Stanford University, has been appointed One of the chroniclers of the doings at to insure a family against any serious cleanliness without debilitating the issue second mortgage bonds to cover the Pmf Crooks lias purchased Mrs. pay him, Breckinridge's eyes flew wide St. organs on which it acts. It is therefore consequences from an attack of bowel well myself and havejfriends succeeding chairman of the Bering Sea CommisLouis 6ays that when "Sam" Fassen-de- liens, not having ojk-i-i and he almost declared himself for to put up this money. U ..its residence on Oak street. all important, in order to get its bene- complaint during the year there are so well that I felt it my duty to let oth- sion. of Conneticut, learned that "Joe" free silver, as he thought he had done Shanahan & Co., who are the largest lien ficial effects, to note when yon purers know of the opportunity, as I feel Manley, of Maine, had thrown up the many who would feel it their duty to riie ferry at Ford is in operation only about 25cts worth of chase, that you have the genuin s artiholders, are said'to be at the head of this If you want a reliable dye that will service. confident that any person in any locality Reed sponge, he shook his fist in the cle, which is manufactured by tht Cali- pay it ; that they could not afford to risk .j J .ia been for near tw o weeks- movement. Some time ago the firsts can make money, as any person can sell color an even brown or black, and will fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by their lives, and those of their family for Elaine man's face and ejaculated : "Joe, made After a hong Illness. The corner btone of the London an attempt to reorganize the road cream and the freezer sells itself. J. F. please and satisfy yon every time, use all reputable druggists. the Almighty God hatesa quitter." Cyrus F. Turner died in Richmond, If in the enjoyment of good health, such an amount Any one can get this Casey & Co., 1143 St Charles St., St. Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers. on the plan issuing first mortgage bonds ikii building was laid yesterday- Up in Conneticut, wheie they mix and the system is regular, laxatives or insurance for 25 cents, that being the Ky., on Saturday, June 21st, 1890, aged for the receiver's certificates, and second Miss Arkie Watts, aged 21, died in JesMiss Creech other remedies are then not needed. If price of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Louis, Mo., will mail you complete inwill begin to day about 46 years. Buried on Sunday in their politics and their piety (without mortgage for the liens, they to take stock afflicted with any actual disease, one will employ you on salary samine county last week. . &a.e of millinery on Fifth htreet. improving either), it is a common thing Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. In al- structions and the family lot in the cemetery, from the may be commended to the most skillful for their original first mortgage. This if you can give them your whole time. physicians, but if in need of a laxative, most every neighborhood some one has Personal. L. J. Shackelford and family have home of his aunt Mrs. Lou Hood. De- for men to assume a thorough knowledge plan fell through, however, and since Wji. Mc. one should have the best, and with the died from an attack of bowel complaint of the mind of the Deity. They speak medical reference book u any Free rej.ied from Mt. Sterling to Olyinpia. ceased had been an invalid for many then the bondholders have done notheverywhere, Syrnp of person afflicted with any special, chrome or deliof Him as familiarly and as confidently Frank Woods was killed and three cate disease peculiar to their sex. Aderes the Figs stands highest and is most largely before medicine could be procured or a A number of bicycle riders in Lancas Henn Moran was sent to the Asy--- months. Wr i a son of the late Sidney K. as they would of their grocer. But is Mr. ing. Those who are familiar with the leading physicians and surgeoas of the United Turner. Foimerly was a matter say there is a poor chance for the ter have requested The Record to ask used and gives most general satisf a ctioo. physician summoned. One or two doses men were injured by a railway train at States. Dr. Hathaway A Co . 79 Dearborn street, fltinesdaj- - by Judge Burnain. Fessenden perfectly sure that "the Alof this remedy will cure any ordinary a crossing in Chicago, 111. Chicago. but had followed several callings, his last success of the present movement. Nich- the farmers and town people who are case. It never fails, Can you afford to Ir Goldstein, optician, Louisville, being a hotel man in Ohio. Cy Turner mighty God" (as he says) hates the man olasville Journal. Go to D. P. Armer's to have your trimming their hedge fences to please almost any other form of exercises, and take the risk for sq small an amount? r remain here another week. Go con- - had man- - good qualities and numerous who quits the railroad track when he school medals made. He will furnish Lightning Hot Dops throw the branches clipped therefrom, produces an intellectual as well as For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. sees the locomotive coming? Does He j i tiilU. fnends. them better and cheaper than you can What a Funny Namel on the inside of their premises so the physical exhilaration which results from Married in Ohio. hate a mortal who quits the pasture It may be added British steamer Drummond Castle, get them any place else. Muart Jones' saloon was burglarized Very True, but It Kills All Pain. 46 Rev. Joseph Specht, a visiting minis- thorns will not puncture the tires of the no other exercises. Only Haifa Dozen Portrayed. w hen a raging bull is charging down upthat the stooping position, while giving sank off the coast of France with 350 eune&day night in the sum of SG and Sold Everywhere. Every Day R. F. Tyler, son of the late President on him ? Does He "hate the quitter" ter, and Miss Turner, a young lady who wheelmen. A branch of hedge thrown Tne New York World had only half a greater muscular force; is positively det- persons, all perished but two. me cigarettes. Without Relief, There is No Par! came here with her sister, Mrs. Lake, down cau do more to ruin a spin on a wheel w ho betakes himself to the cyclone cellar Tyler, was arrested at Richmond, Va., dozen ? of the prominent men at Uood Health also a visitor, both of Memphis, eloped than any other one thing. Owners of rimental to health. Women and sensicharged with shooting Jack Carr, a young Julian Douglas Tones, Saturday, the St. Louis convention. One of this when the dreaded storm approaches? men wisely choose tho more hygieManley's admission was unnecessary on Friday night and were married in this kind of fence will therefore receive ble 20 For further paiticulars inquire six was Judge Win. Frazee, of Missis And a good appetite go hand in hand negro. Jon nic and graceful nearly upright position, Muart Jones. sinpi, a brother of Dr. L. J. Firzee, this and premature, but simply recognized Ohio. Considerable effort was made to the everlasting praise of the 'bike" folks while only theslightest forward position, With the loss of appetite, the system A Oaaaco to Hako intercept them, but failed. The parties of this section if liiey will kindly see to and stated a fact oovions t everybody. cannot long sustain itself. Thus the forN?ieral parties will leave here about place- Judge Frazee was attorney for a and it is to bo hoped that they will conI read how one of your subscribers the proper disposal of their thorns. tifications of good health are broken He, liKe his Is there really no difference between are said to be wealthy. sjt. lax for the Confederate Veterans' contested delegation. Another detraction from a pleasant ride tinue to do so. The bicycle ia no down and the system is liable to attacks made money selling Dishwashers; I or- POSITIVELY no more credit;don't ask heroism and what Doesticks called A FULLER ACCOUNT. brother, was a Rebel soldier, but after l,i . i Di m at Richmond, Va. dered one and my lady friends were expensive experience is found on Lexington street where th mere fad. It is rather a machine oLdisease. It is in such cases that the the war went off with the Republicans "damphoolism ?" New York World. Quite a sensational elopment occured in its capacity for meeting the charmed, as they hate dishwashing. My and considerable vexation, we find it to rock handlers persist in dropping from Miss Maggie Gates died near Wal- - and was elected powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla medicinal and the interest Circuit Judge; then behere on Thursday last, tho contracting their wagons, in the middle of the pike, wants of humanity Worse and More of It in supplying brother and I commenced selling them, be to to adopt the of both buyerdoinj; i "U seller this countv, on Sunday, June came collector of Internal Revenue. He clearly shown. Thousands who have cash system of parties being Mr. Joseph Specht, of Vir- bow the maximum of recreation in the mini- are and have made $1,700 after paying all ex- business. We can't afford to pay cash In ye olden time, flowers only were lders large enough to turn a buggy .. aged probablv 35 years. taken Hood's Sarsaparilla testify to its is a rich man with a good law practice. used for pre- ginia, and Miss Ella Turner, of Tennesat commencements over. The city fathers should put a stop mum of time, and at the least cost of se- great merits as a purifier of the blood, its penses. We don't canvass any. Our tor stock and sell meat on time and the tour coaches of excursionists from sales are all made at home. People come honest buyer can't afford to pv high rious strain. It is unique; it affords Bone to Kuroie. sentation to favorites of the class- - They see. Mr. Specht has been stopping at to this. Lancaster Record. powers to restore and sharpen the adpe-tit- e lose of those that prices to the Glyndon Hotel about three weeks -- ru. and Winchester passed thtough which nothing else doej, and or send fcr them. The Mound City don't pay cover the Consequently Jrom Miss Minnie May, daughter of Mr. and were cut flowers and not in great quanti-iy- . at all. A retail bike dealer in Washington and promote a healthy action of the Dish (ft- esterday, for Estill Springs. Washer is the best Dishwasher on this time on we will sell exclusivel) Neither were the boqueM large. and Miss Turner has been spending the City cleared $40,000 on sales to May 1st. in doing so becomes a benefaction to the digestive organs. Thus it is, not what Mrs. J. S. Armstrong, of Dallas, Texas, We buy nothing but the very human race- The injunction to "let the market. Oar business is increasing, But as time rolled on the flowers rolled summer at the Henderson House with Miss Maude Riley, a good looking and of Capt. F. J.White, The wheelmen of the country cau well your moderation be known of all men," we say hut what Hood's Sarsaparilla does and we are going to keep right on, until best, and w ill sell you the best of Bert, her sister, Mrs. W. L Lake, who has nig lady, was sent to the asylum, sailed from New York, this week, with a up into masaive institutions, and finally been making Richmond her home since afford to stop and consider seriously the applies to the bicycle, though they were that tells the story and constitutes the .w e make ten thousand dollars. We sell Mutton or Pork from five to eight eenta m by Judge Buruam and a jury. party fur Europe, for a two month's out- potted flow ers and even plants were adda pound. We will take either gold, silgood work done at the National Repub- no high grade safeties in St Paul's day. strongest recommendation that can be from 5 to 15 machines every day, and ver or greenbacks in exchange lor our ed. This wps not enough, and fruits h t fall. The runaways left the Hen urged for any medicine. Why not take Mack Elliott, son of Rev. Milton ing. Minnie is a beautiful and gifted lican Convention at St. Louis, says the some days more. The possibilities of the wheel are yet The Dishwasher is goods. All those knowing themselves were added to the iucrer dug list. Then derson House Thursday alternoon for a it graduated from the Kentucky young iady, and has many friends here candies; now and then pictures have drive, and shortly afterward Mrs- - Lake New York Tribune. The selection of in the future. It is an instrument not Hood's Sarsaparilla now ? lovely, every housekeeper wants one. indebted to us are requested to settle by day of July, or their accounts of Medicine, Louisville, last who wish her a pleasant oyage and safe Garret A. Hobart for the Walling, the accomplice of Jackson, There is no excuse to be poor when so the first to be abused, and not to be discarded bebeen used. Only the other day we discovering that her sisters room had return Lancaster Record. puts an emphatic friend of the cause some make it the means for dissi- has been sentenced to death, and the much money can be made selling Dish w ill be put in the hands of an oilker for been diverted of all toilet articles and collection. Capt. F. J. White is a native of Rich- tsaw a watermellon laid at the feet of a cyclists to the front. Mr. Hobart has pation and give it the preference on Sun- pair should be swung off together right C B. Esglem s-- A Co. Washers. For full particulars, address r, ur rear-olson of Mrs. W. H. mond and a brother of "Old Printer" graduate, ami a suit of clothes or a dozen clothing, suspecting the reason; and, procuring assistance, took the Kentucky for many years been aa ardent admirer day to the house of God. Rightly used, away. u ten died at Santa Fe, X. M. Mrs. George W. White. The Mound City Dish Washer Co., St. blurts or somethings of that sort in a of the wheel, and a most loyal advocate a Louis, Mo, They will start you ou the iten was formerly Miss Lucy Miller, suit box triumphantly placed before Central train for Winchester, expecting to of the one thing which all wheelmen are and in moderation, it is a health-giveMarvelous. capture the elopers boarding the train at and will prove of incalcuroad to success. A Reader. Surprised the Camp. tt, lace. another one. It has now become im The results attained right here at interested in good roads. If there is lable benefit in giving tired nature its About noon on Thursday, collector possible to distinguish between a com some way station. Not finding them she Alexander Terrell, Minister to Turkey, Win. M.Moore found in a field near proceeded to Lexington where she noti- anything on earth which appeals to the opportunity for recuperation, and thus home have been marvelous. Hundreds II who have used sailed from New York for Southampton, SckiJ Jit. Hid, Mawi, Ej, ETi,-ii Point riders of the wheel, it 'S promote the maintenance of a healthy of your neighbors Paint Lick Rodes's office was taken completely by mencement and a Christmas tree, but fied proper authorities and had all trains for the With siiist fee 4 !! k Wright's Celery Capsules are now well. on his way to Constantinople. um,a Spanish coin well preserved surprise and surrendered unconditionally. added, time of year.would a few vegetables for Louisville and Cincinnati watched, well made aud well kept roads. When mind in a sound body. S. T. Gtt'i Afar, tf, the scene Mrs. W. H. Miller sent to the office an - WtaJ belike an EpisEpj iii'i dated 1774. They cure Kidney, Liver and stomach Mr. Hobart was '"'l the State Senate of Don't think that your liverneeds treatand gave orders to have her sister de abundance of the most delightful ice copal church at "harvest festival time," virtue of a judgment and order of trouble, Rheumatism, Constpation and ing if you "are bilious. It don't. It's New Jersey several years ago his work Keutncky Fair Dates. The most elegant sign in town is cream and cake and the finest coffee im- or like a country fair. By the way, why tained. The rlan had been too well sale of the Madison Circuit Court, Why pay $1.00 every your stomach. That is, your stomach is fi.it of Barney Kelly simply the word aginable. The force took a recess, and, not enlarge the field of commencement laid, however, for instead of taking the in behalf of goad roads wim generally The following are the dates for I olding Sick Headaches. rendered at the April Term thereof, 1S5K5, recognized. In -- more recent years he the Kentucky lairs this year so fai as re- two weeks fora bottle of medicine when really what causes the biliousness. It in the above style cause, the undersigned the would-b- e bride and groom, kt'lj done by John A. Mention, in as actions speak louder than words, pro- so as to include pigs, colts, a hoi.;e and get treatment at 1 cent a day. has put your liver out of order. was always willing to help out the wheelwill, on aided by others, drove to Lexington, ported to this office. Secretaries, or you can walnut and hilver. foundly thanked the thoughtful lady by buggy, combined reaper and mower, a See what's the matter with your stomwhere they procured a fresh team of men whenever the question of good other ofliLcrs will pleae advise us of any Wright's Celery Capsules give 100 days' ('apt. Nels Bun us and Stafford Jones long continued action with the spoons as threshing machine and even a house and horses Easy to tike, no ach. J treatment for $1.00. and drove the entire distance to roads came up for action or discussion. list: June 3311, 1836 were the only Mexican Veterans w ell as their tongues. In substance they Jot or a farm? An elegant line of poul- Georgetown, O., where, on Friday after Mr. Hobart lis s had the satisfaction, errors or omissions in LuHsiUil d not SnI'e tacked by a bank Sick stomach poisons liver and then Tuesday, Sharpsburg, July 223 days. j from Madison who attended the meet resolved that it would be a glorious thing try, dogs and fishing tackle would not be money, cold there's trouble. Shaker Digestive Corto cure you, or retundyour after years of zi alous endeavor, of seewife. Richmond July 21 1 days. " if there were a Mrs. Millet for every day amiss. What would look better on the noon, they became man and ing at Lexington. Few Jersey become a by T. S. Hagan. dial cures the stomach and then all's Between the hours of 10 o'chxk, a. m., There is always a tendency upon the ing the State of Curdsville, July 285 days. rostrum before a large class of graduates in the ear. and 11 o'clock, a. m., on the premises in That old granger, S. B.White, had part of the public generally to paradise for wlieiMiien and horsemen, A colored boy, Howard Taylor, was well. Thtr7te.casejn a nutshell. Winchester, July 29 4 days. than an electric street car, or a beautiKy., to expose roafttmg ears from his plantation the Shaker bigestiveC6c1b1 i? no secret. Madison county, the proceedbidder, the side with eloping parties, but iu thi. and famous the country oyer f v its sysDied at Mt. Pleasant. days. killed by lightning in Clark county Uniontown, Aug. ful bteam feiry boat or launch? 'rlto public sale, to behest roads. Th- - macadam l roads nn.ldle of last week, which is unusually case it seems that the opposition of the tem of Formula's on every bottle. But it's the klloWiSJcribed propertv, viz.: Wednesday. days. Columbia, Aug. Killis Burgin died at his home on the earlt for this localitr. simple honest way it's made, he honest Danville, Aug. days. Lexington pike, at Mt Pleasant church, Tho Indorsement of R. .. I. & B. Donas elder sister aud her earnest efforts to pre- and connections I'rtoughui the tate The Modern Beauty Held Valid. vent the marriage are commendable ami furnis i the most p ; ul.ir ridi-Shaker herbs and other ingredients of A Qertaict nda of Shepherdsville, Aug. 11 1 days. eeks-ol- d Ten-child of Win. F. and on Monday, June 22, at 1890, aged 55 on good food and sunshine, w ith which it's composed, that make it so effiof the Thrives and horsemen in this put Cincinnati, O , June 22 In the not without good reason. Lawrenceburg, August 18 1 days. years. Buried at the old family grave(mice Hacker Schooler died at plenty of exercise in the open air. Her cacious Mr Specht is a son of Joseph Specht countrx. a wntprs of silver Creek anl hoiin ..nep'tV Versailles, Aug. 11 3 days. Saturday, and was buried in the yard, on the road between Foxtown and United States Court of Appeals form glows with' health and her face decision was handed down, holding that who owns and residesaf'Gunstou Hall," Any real case of indigestion and bil follows. Beginning at a stake id the The recent bicycle exhibuion in New Springfield, Aug 20 3 days. Red House. Deceased had been sick cemeterr here Mondav. blooms with its beauty. If her system iousness can be cured with a few bottle pike leading from i. T Cobb's to Meoe-lau- s by countless Lebanon, Aug. 25- -3 days. two years and confined to his bed three the Monon railroad's indorsement of the the old George Mason homestead, ad- York thronged co on line of bnsan Martin ; thence needs the cleansing action of a laxative of Shaker Digestive Cordial. Try it. Account of Fourth of Jul the Shelbyville, Aug. Co --4 days. months. lie leaves a wife, sister to T. Richmond", Nicholasville & Irvine rail- joining Mt. VernoD, near Alexandria, thousands, bespeaks ihe public interest with line of Martin and J. H. Hams remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant railroad ill bell tickets toall points Sold by druggists, price 10 cents toSl.OO S S7J E 1945 feet to a stake corner to roads bonds, to the amount of $650,000. Va., hut while he comes of a wealthy in this method of recreation, which is Madisonville, August 26 1 dayn. H. Karr, this place, and a daughter, Miss Syrup of Figs. Made by the California per bottle. east of the Mississippi liverat reduced Tillie, of J.D.Ilarris. with his line N 4 E 2020 ft. to and prominent family, this alone did only twenty years old. It wasjnstat the days. LaG range, Sept his first wife. Also four brothers is valid. Fig Syrup Company. a stona on J. A. Ballard's line and corner rates Telephone 78. not render him eligible. Having been clone of our ciil war in 1865 that there These bonds were issued for the Bardstown, Sept. 1 5 days. Jason, of Versailles; Jasper, of ColoraJudge C. M. Benson, of Polk county, to J. D. Harris; with Ballard's and Kuper Hood, agent. of the road from Richmond to for a year or two a theological student appeared in France the "velocipede" of days. Paris, Sept. do; Allen, of Kanbas, and Madison, of Clemens House, Danville, sold for $3,- - N. Dak., who was short in his accounts, Watts' line N SS$ W 24S3 feet to a point days. Williamsburg. Sept in the center of the Lancaster pike ami 461. committed suicide by shooting. Don't forget that Kuper Hood's G:25 White Hall. His father was Killis Bur-gi- Beattyville. When the Southern passed at the Alexandria Episcopal Seminary ,he Micheaux; not long afterward they were corner to Walts: with the center of the under the contiol of the Monon. the L. was invited by Dr. Wilkins to conduct manufactured in this country. But it days. Elizabethtown, Sept Sr., who had fifteen children. a in. L. & N. north, connects with C. & THE HEW HOOK SPOON FREE TO 8LL D. P. Anner is receiving his spring Lancaster pike to the intersection of the N. A. & C. indorsed the bonds to the the bervice at the church here in Richw: t at the Centennial Exhibition in days. Ewing, Sept 9 O that goes by the Shelbyville cut-oAppreciated. I read in the Christian Standard that stock of Jewelry and Novelties, some- Menelaus nike ; thencetowith the center amount of a mil.lii a dollars. Of this issue mond, which he did on two occasions, f niijueipina iu iao, to wuicn wu owe Sept. 145 days. Franklin, Menelaus pike the beginnuij; and gets into Louisville at 11 o'clock. Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, St. Louis, thing entirely new. The latest fads in of the A subscriber w ho failed to get the Cli- only $050,000 are outstanding, and these, but objection was made at his third at- so much, that the real bicyclo, the old "orcontaining 119 acres. Horse Cave, Sept. 15 1 days. Mo., would give an elegant plated hook bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelWinchester Court, J. A. Ramsey, max last week, telephoned from Whites with the unpaid coupons, represent tempt, by some of the congregation, dinary" of 60 inches of diameter, was Or a sufficient qnanity thereof to proEminence, Sept. 164 days. spoon to any one sending her ten ties and in fact anything you may want duce the sum of 37,773.55, the amount of auctioneer, reports 100 cuttle on the Station at a cost of 15 cents, to let us about $1,( X),000. it was urged, his sportive propen- seen. From then to now I The change Sept. 22 I days. Paducah, stamps. I sent for one and found it so in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail meney so ordered to be made, and the market. Eight head 1200 lb. steers know about it, and asked that a copy be There were four differentsuits brought sities, and worldly tendencies rendered rather changes are wonderful, beginGlasgow, Sept. 30 1 days. costs hereof. IS- useful that I showed it to my friends, to see them. brought 3lc; 1000 lb work oxen 2Jc; sent at once, as the people about Potts' to test the validitv of these bonds: the him unworthy of the priestly vestments. ning with the ladies bicycle of 1878, and Ow ensboro, October days. TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit made 18 in two hours, taking orders and light fat heifers $2.15 ; rough stuff sold Mill couldn't do without it Louisville Trust Company, represented Miss Turner, who is just seventeen, continuing to the "safety" of 1885, the Germantowu, Oct 7 i days of six and twelve months equally The low for the spoon. The hook spoon is a John Jacob Astor's former mate, Capt. purchasers will be required togiveboud, W. C. Baugh wrote all the way from by St. John Boyle, the Kentucky Na- had been an orphan since her infancy, solid tire of 1S39, the cushion tire of Greenville, Oct. 14 i days. household necessity. It cannot slip into Charlsen, an old "sea dog," sailed Sun- with good security, for the payment of Liberty Rev. J. K. Smith of the First Pres Antioch, Fla., to say that he failed to get tional Bank, by Humphrey & Davie, and reared by Mrs. LaTje. During the 1391, and the pnemuatic tire of 1892. the purchase money, to have the foree the dish or cooking vessel, being held in day, June 21, from the Battery, Farmers Homo Journal. bvtenan church, Sunday morning, in June 10th number. A Kansas City man Dillingham aud others, by Noble and latter part of last January, w bile she was The cost of the wheel has not varied as the place by a hook on the back. The tor various European ports, in his and effect of a judgment, bearing legal sent a similar message. We are pleased Sherley. The contention of the bond- attending Randolph school, near much as might have been expected, there his ery excellent sermon made a touchinterest from the day of sale, with a hen spoon is something housekeepers have twenty-foo- t FACTS FOR FARMERS. open sail boat, "Sozodont" Va., her health became so bad having been an increase from $90 in reserved upon said property until all the ing appeal to the members of the church to know ttiat the Climax is so highly holders was sustained by the court in needed ever since spoons were first in- His brother accompanies him; the voy- purchase money is paid. along the we that Mrs. Lake took her to Dr. Tabor 1878 to $110 in 18S5, to $125 from 1885 to in a more fraternal feelingand brotherly prized, and not think people subscribers these three cases. vented. Any one can get asample spoon age to be made by the Northern Passage to intercept to the Johnson's sanatorium, in Washington, 1S90, then to $135 in 1891, then to $150 There is some speculation egard for each other, w hich golden words way ought SCOTT. Do not plant corn too deep. stamps to- - Miss To return next year First series attempt by sending ten papers. effect of- - the decision upon the future of where she remained three months, and in 1892-- then decrease to $125 in 1894, M. C. M. C C. should be w ell headed. Secure seed north rather than south of Fritz. This is a splendid way to make to cross the Atlantic both ways In a small since she came to Richmond, the first of to $100 iu 1895, and $100 to $S5 in 1896. the Monon.. you Free to Mill. Toll The small boy, the large boy nnd the money around home. Very truly, boat Will it be successful ? The decision calls for $1,000,000. The May, she has been practically an invalid. This price for the profits of cycle makmiddle-sizeIt is a good plan to mulch newly-se- t boy, to say nothing of the The law provides that persons going to Monon has not the money, and it ?s not Jexette 8. Her extreme youth and delicate con- ing are large is due to the fact that the trees. Just now everybody is beginning to balance of the town, spend a good many and from mil' with their sacks on horse-bac- easy to get in times like these. Either dition, coupled with tho waywardness of manufacturer only now is able to eupply John Garnett killed Buck Padgett at take a Spring Medicine. And it is a To profit by mistakes is the beginning moments every morning in seeing the shall pass toll gates free- A West it will have to raife the amount or effect her fiancee, were the causes of objec- the demand; the next year the price is Broahead. good thing to do provided you take Simofsystametic effort. numerous rat dogs about the public End man solved 'nc a while the question a compromise. tion. pretty sure to touch a lower mark, and mons Liver Regulator the best Spring Time spent in looking after tho comsquare kill rats that have been caught of free turnpikes so far as he is concerned A Chance to Make Money. Mrs. Lakes is a daughter of the late so on, till a fair manufacturers' profit is sluggish liver that fort of the work teams is time well spent. Owing to the financial condition of the the night before in traps it's barrels of by always being astride a sack when he. "The Comforter." I nave berries, grapes and peaches, a Medicine. It's a Thos. B. Turner, who was one of the made, when, it may be, we shall see a When the teams are allowed to rest year old, fresh aa when picked. I use clogs the system and makes bad blood. country, we think it is best for our cusfun! passed the gates. The keepers thought After a long absence, Rev. George O. most prominent citizens of Memphis, great "wheel trust" created. as in the fields pull the collars a war from the California Cold process, do not heat A dose a day of Simmons Liver Regula- tomers, as wellWe ourselves, to adopt the he was using a vast amonnt of ineal'at Barnes, the celebrated evangelist, re Tenn., and a wealthy cotton planter and can sell goods at inwii cash system. Passed. As to the influence of the wheel upon tor will make a new man out of you, and lower" prices for cash than we can oa the shoulders. his house, but raised the pole and said sumed to Louisville last night to con banker She is a widow with two chil- our sociological life, they are manv and or seal the fruit; just put it up cold, keeps William Phelps Simmons, son of Shertoo. Look for the Red Z credit, simply because we lose no bad A young animal should never be alnothing. They resolved, however, to in- duct one of his evangelistic meetings. He dren and has located here to educate constantly widening. The wheel affords perfectly fresh, and costs almost nothing; a new woman iff J P. Simmons, passed the requisite on lowed to fall off in condition eufliuent to can put up a bushel in ten minutes. on the package. It is Simmons Liver debts. Consequently we will,Pleat-- July vestigate the first chance that presented is accompanied by his danghter, Miss them. She is a lady of splendid intellectopportunity for rapid communication, do 1st, begin the cash system. examination for J West Point, Saturday, Regulator you want. itself, when it was discovered that the Marie, and "Little Organ," No. 4. He uality and social refinement, and much and for easy and exhilarating exercise, retard its growth. Last week I sold directions to over 120 not ask for credit for you will be refuseL to the' delight of numerous friends much NOLAND BROS. Preserve the health, vitality aad use- families; anyone will pay a dollar for sack contained nothing but bran, which opened his campaign in the gymnasium sympathy is felt for her in her anxiety which nothing can equal as to economy Under high license in Michigan the here. Union City, Kv fulness of your cows by giying them a directions, when they see the beautiful number of saloons has decreased by 487, 11 been used todeceiveso long, it had of Hampton College before a small but for her sister. had in timo or cost, and which nothing else Candidates for Jailer. change of food occasionally. almost become hard tack. The fellow interested audience. samples of fruit As there are many while the revenue is about $75,000 larger- Washington, D. C, June 21. (Special can supply in the matter of erercising Who can tiloS Mr. Barnes' last visit of note wr i in to the Courier Journal) Mr. Joseph particular functions of the body which Never make the selection of the brood people poor like myself, I consider it mv Jailer Wagers declines to make'therace doesn't travel now as much as he used Imk Idea ot tomepoien.r Ayer's Pills promote the natural mo- Wanled-- An sung to doyelop-e- d duty to give my experience to such, :tnd to. Stanford Journal. 1879 and 1880, when he conducted a cel- Specht, of Gunston. Hall, on the Po- are called into play for the third term. But the track is not But to women ev- sows until a reasonable age has you TAor Mmx: thr nsr tion of the bowels, without which there Pmtj JOHN WEDDEBItCKS & brtsjrPattctwealfU. CO, Alter. feel confident any one can make onu or ebrated meeting here. About five years tomac, who eloped with Miss Lena en more than men does the little maWrite deserted. Ab Fish, Jr.ines Lackey, Sam the good and bad qualities. L. L - Reduced Kates. ney, Washington, D. (X. for their S13JO priio cCcc two hundred dollars round home in a can be no regular, healthy operations. aad. list oi two boadred Inrestloss wasted. ago he delivered a single sermon at Music Timer, the daughter of onu of tho chine come with its whispered assurance A Deatherage and one or two others are Reduced rates via. L. & N. R. R. to few days. I wilf mail Bamples of fruit For the cure of biliousness, indigestion, Hall. Mr. Barnes said last night he was wealthiest men in Madison county, Ky. of relief from physical limitation, and oat for the place. Cincinnati, Ohio and return, $4.67 round very glad to get back to Louisville, hav- is not an ordained minister, but was a emancipation from the monotony and and complete direction, to any of your sick headache, constipation, jaundice, fSESSS SINGLE SENTENCES FROM SEY Lambs. trip, account O.ikly and Litonia races. ing many friends here. readers, for eighteen twojeents stamps, and liver complaint, these pills have no f, FREE S1LYER t of indoor life. To student of the theological seminary near inactivity One hire for round trip to Newport, -- ERflL STATES. Bales & Wagers w'ill begin am here for a regular evangelistic Alexandria, wliere lie has attended tor her it bids fair to bring back not only which is only the actual cost of the sam- equal. Every dose effective. "I the shipment of 4,000 Iambs recently Ky., account Kentucky Educational As- meeting," said Mr. Barnes. "How long several ple, postage, etc., to me Tkancis Casey, Jfyou are afraid lo Ut your money A boiler in the Richmond Salt Works, years. The circumstances of robustnessot liinbaniTstrength of muscle, SSS$SSSS$S$SSSS$SSS$SSSSSSSS'$ purchased. About 1,000 will be sent to sociation, June 22 and 23, good until I 6hall stay will be governed by the in214 at Marine City, Mich., exploded and loose, for fear of a depreciated elopement when learned yesterday but the normal poise of the body, the .Militia have been despatched to the St. Louis, Mo the Cincinnati within the next four days. June 27th. terest manifested. IFlt increases I shall at the seminary caubed considerable loss of which is slowly but surely helping killed William Mowbray, seriously inin the future, go to D. P. u Richmond, Va., and return, account probably make a long stay, but otherscene of the riots among the salmon fishFour bold thieves held up the watchThey average probably 80 pounds. surprise. His fellow students, however, to fill our hospital wards with patients ermen on the Columbia river, nesr Port- man of a bakery in Chicago, 111., and jured two men and caused $50,000 dam Confederate Veterans Reunion, June 26 wise AR3IEKS and put it in Diamonds, H Price paid 4 to 4 cents. the meeting will be short. I chose say that "Joe" is all right, as he is a wiio give employment to the surgeon s ages. robbed the safe of SI .000. 29, good until July 10th, 11.25 round this place because we are entirely deland, Ore. t where it xciR be tafe, and at the i Died Near Ilathton. very bright fellow. knife. Then, the pneumatic tires change rip. Not many business houses in these Dr. Thomas A. Emmet, great rephew Summer Homes aad Resorts. pendent on our friends. I am barred, as prices he is offering them, you will beminary a few jolts into vibrations, while rapid moveMr. Specht left the Miss Cassie Roberts died at her homo Washington, D. C, and return, account you know, from most ot the churches. Irish patriot, has presented, a val The Southern Railway is the first of United States can boast of fifty years' be able to realise a profit on then. weeks ago on account of his eyes, which ment carries the rider away from too near Kututon postofiice on Silver creek Christian Endeavor meeting, July However, I do not find so much opposi- gave him considerable trouble. He told familiar scenes. And we have the au- uable historical collection of bookiito the our great railway systems to give infor- Btanding. The business of Dr. J. C. 9 in Madison county, on Wednesday, June good until July 31, one fare for round 50- ' New York Library. tion as formerly. People seem to be some of his fellow students that he thority of the physicians for sayiog-tha- t mation to the public and to fix low ex- Aver & Co., Lowell, Mass., whose incom17th, IS., aged probably 40 years. She Jtrip. parable Sarsaparilla is known and used xcaebing the conclusion that I am not Prof. Richard Jones, of Swarthmore, cursion rates for a summer outing good in time for tho examina- an hour on the cycle forces more oxy was a sister of Dr. Phil Roberts and Ireverywhere, has passed its National Democratic Convention, at bucIi a bad man, after all. Yes, we stil 1 would be bad: tion, but said nothing of his intended gen into the tissues of the body than can Pa., was appointed Literature Inspector for return until October 31, by issuing vine Roberts. Chicago, one fare for round trip. and was never so vigorous as'at presits Summer bave the little organ. We have worn marriage. Yesterday one of the teach- be absorbed in a much longer time under in the Regents' Departments (if New with usual promptness, ent. Sixteen to One. Hoard Sues the Council. j York State at a salary of $2,400. out three, the present one having been ers received arletter from Specht, dated Home and Resort Book. On Saturday afternoon, sixteen men Itis Jiandsomein design and artistic ia- At Wadley, Ga., during a quarrel, At a recent meeting of the CityConn-ci- l, given us recently by our friends in Richmond, Ky in which he stated he . Awarded Mrs. Alice Brickner, is under arrest in beautievery respect, having thirty-tw- o watched one man fix an umbrella, under Brooks, a motion to levy a tax of 25 cents on was. to ba married, and that he had de Highest Honors World's Fair, New- York City fortiaving earned the ful illustrated pages containing tho most Louis McCrary colored, shot and killed corner of Main and the $100 ol taxable property for school the iron stair-waMr. Barnes has changed much since he cided to discontinue his studies at the Lidia and Sandy Ohphant, both, death of her mother, Mre. Beatrice PORK, ceo ceo Second. Doesn't that bhow that there is purposes was voted down by a vote of 3 first held services in Louisville. He has seminary, as he was aware that under complete and conveniently arranged in- colored. by violeptly kicking her. ceo MUTTON, formation calculated to answer fully 'and a free and unlimited number of idle men to 2, one councilman being absent and lost much of his fire and fervor, but ia the rules no student is permitted to marceo Pure, rich Hood is the true cure for ceo likely-- tij be VEAL, FISH, hereabouts? the Mayor not voting. itill a'jjoyierful speaker. His daughter ry. He also said that when ho returned Gasoline stove for sale. Good is new. satisfactorily every question ceo nervousness, and Hood's Sarsaparilla ia propounded, such as routes and distances, On Saturday, the Board of Education is not die little girlish Marie of twenty home lie would fully explain his con Country Bacon, ceo j It Cheap, Call at Climax office. ll&ls as Bankers. ceo one true blood purifier and. nerve hotels and boarding houses, named of the by its attorney, Hon- W. B. Smith, filed years ago. She is a well developed wo- diict- wrote that his intended Breakfast Bacon, e tonic. On Sunday night, nits were suit against the council praying a man man now, but Tier voice" U still sweet. )n Wednesday" last J. W. :Br, ilbury, proprietors, how to reach them, rateu of wife is in poor health, and that herr Country Ham, caught in the cellar of the Fanners Kniwl Vw Anr waAlr afirl ninntn off Gov. Bradley, of Kentucky, has broken Statej I Sena-- v, -- w JJ Psrouqrtly at 8 o'clock the services were guardian, she being nly seventeen years the oldest living damus to compel the levy. The case will WO.M UJ V.J "Vv in Richmond. .Several traps be defended by City Attorney P. H opened Ty Mr. Barnes and his daughter. City Ham, TheSouthern.offersachoiceof moun- - the record for pardoning, having freed f annitor, celebrated the nlnety-four- t of age, did not properly manage her full were brought out on the streets, tain and seaside resorts, the surf batting 127 prisoners from December, 1S95, to versary of his birth at Augusta, J . Sullivan. The parties will go before Cir- by the singing of the hymn, "Tho Lord estate, which was very large. Lard, Sausage. Monday morning, and the dogs and boys cuit J udge T. J. Scott at Winchester in is My Rock," accompanied by the "little and sea breeeea of some of the aioet de May, 1896. Mr. Specht wants lo finlfeh bis studies AFFORD. BEST MEATS THE MARKETS had a great timet F.-tof Jdj Khtbm BitM h 84fB Ken j, lightful-resorton. the Atlantic. Coaet or organ." .None of the audience joined. ; next year, but as thjs is a matter with ten days. As the name indicates, Hall's Vegeta A'et Seli. to the Court of Ap- Mr. Harnea then offered prayer, after the Bishop, he will have to await, devel Should the case-gSoufhern Railway will sell tkki te good the cool mountain breesee ofSwaaaajioa, ble Jbicuian Jtiatr lianewer iB&reaewer Report has gained wide circulation peals the parties will go to Frankfort and which Miss Mario "sang s a solo, "Only opments. He is a'son of Mr. Joseph" between alkali, pointeon'lte I im at Asheville, Loekoot Moastein and otjen of the hair, iBslading its growth, health, "ft rateQf one.anF"oo:thirdvtb that The Climax bus been, sold and that ask the court to advance the case.on the n Little bparrow." JUr. Jasrnee then read Spcchtj of Gunston jHall". " '200 feet bowtlwB'Jw tfce ofletfoi Woaifat color,", aad beauty. -..It will U at liTOiedwrfcwtb.oaSiJfripo JFor copy ot Kkk . i jmaettua ii'jiu tut; oiiicoiikn uiitr,ui hereafter it will "be a 'freezsilver organ. clockot for Miimediafe hearing. p wnott. Tou.j1 at . 13-- peaxf d MOSTPERFECrattADE; aoy. protniMai mimr agn& r sm believed that the Council, as indi- - ;Fehn. Mr. bWnto The report is not correct. Talk is cheap. 3d,,'nd wr iram It is .. U .. t iv.:u.iiJ.ui-SULML-f '" Povwkfc - "" .fc LA" Dure.Cfaoe Crearn A. BwKDteri iM- retxii thrir dwtbuiHow baton i io of cent but it takes wort to dig. taters. .Some ryidnak," winu to have a. court deoiatee" mmmmuwm?i " SKMn Ammonia, Alum er any outer Muaeraac .Fr . fawtWnortga.Tfc . gentlemen priced the pajMir bat id jtot tieiweeR .ineaiaau tum evr, in uts 1 , July 4th; mO $ckto wilt fe " ' 40 YSARSITNB TAMOAMM ' i f buy, thoie: Wft&L Htt deficit. i" THE CLIMAX. - Sent to the Asylum. Mrs. Silas Cobb was tried by a jury " , Lock h'o. 7. " to-da- to-da- y. cJa-parative- lv The job of pumping out the lock pit at the new Idek, No.,7, on the Kentucky rtver, has beensuccessfully accomplished. So springs or leaks were found inside the cofferdam, Hart and his aieu are jubilant over the prospects ahead. The mud isbeing rapidly'cleared off the solid rock bottom of the pit, and Mrhen this is done laying of stone will begin. Every kind of apparatus known that will tend to speed the nqw lock'to completion is on han,d, so is the material and as the men are all progressive there will likely be no further delays. The first installment of cement for the arrived last Saturday aboard the bteamer Falls City, and for twelve consecutive Saturdays .she has contracted t laud 500 barrels there from the mills of Louisville. So far, no piece of public work as extensive as Lock No. 7vhas ever made as rapid progress before. Lieut. Hart and his men and the are all hustlers, just such as Uncle Sam should have all over this country. Nicholasville Journal. - vand-Lie- ut. nia-ison- rv rs - Reorganization or, the R. N. I.&-B-. n . A new plan is on foot tor,tlie.r.ieorgani-zatioof the Richmond, NJchoIasvilh?', Irvine and Beattyville railroad which has been iu the hands of a receiver for some time. Some months ago the road was ordered sold by the Federal Court, an upset price of $500,000 being put "upon it, It has twice been offered at public auction, but there weie no bidders The first mortgage bondholders are the only ones who could be expected to reorganize the road, and they are not willing to take hold of it. The reason i that there are about $500,000 in tho shape of mechanics' liens and $15,000 in receiver's certificates standing against the road, and these have a prior claim to the liouds. In order for them to get control of tho road, therefore, it would be necessary for them to Principal Elected. t The Board of Education has not selected a principal for' Caldwell High school. Prof. Clark declined to accept the $1,200 offer. A strong pressure is being binught upon the Board in hehalf of Prof. J. B, No n I blood-purifi- er 00 s Gladness Comes foi-m- s add.-eos- one-cen- verita-jle'jiedic- al 1 $100,-00- n, -' well-informe- d u. watch-make- r, V pit-tu- I - 2cst. Cash! Cash! Cash! mar-elo- us to-da- y, 1 - . grand-daught- er - -- "" cy d 2-- :5 r, health-keepe- r, 1 Oommissioner's Sale! ) school-hous- e. deep-thinkin- g f "4! m te , ph-isu- re 1 s 1 'ieel-ue- u 45 44 43 w Tract More-hea- d, to-da- y 13 23 n, 23 84 5 ff he-cau- nt 55 New-Yor- Char-lott&vill- e, n nt s. s. 3, d 2-- 14 k - lasJikiSiriellfU! I N- I ctr-ren-qj of-th- e 4-- 6, lww:ssg5 HIGLAS& SMITH. Lan-eahter- ." - - y, Han-glema- n, 1 BEEF, - He-als- forty-nin- o ?wtr BAKING ..a Iff; I a --J k -- s o PflWMB j. Prompt Delivery, 20,-aa- -- 1 -- fm. -- -- - I il 1fc- - ,tf h fy j . c mm t1 a --- -.- o-- k,W irar wJW isnKSntr Tfilfr-ht- U - 3 '..a ,'--' - , ;'I7- - I M v -- "f" , i3 - 1 pi1-'- ' VU r GENERAL Co -- "MP 'k "8g "4 " V -- nr" i " KENTUCKY NEWS. AU TERRIBLE CRIME. !! Rows rrom Commonwealth. Porta at tbm DESPEATE PLOT. Kratnekr ConTlcU Fire the Shop tn Order to Gain Freedom. Fhaxkfokt, Ky., June 22. en- -' I The forced idleness of the convicts in the ' Frankfort penitentiary is already bearing fruit in attempts to escape and conspiracies for destroying the bhops and cell houses. One of these conspiracies was discovered Sunday, and Charles Brown, a bigamist, in for life; Henry Goodwin, in for fouryears for robbery, and Jock in for five years for housebreaking, were all placed in solitary confinement. Ilicir scheme, which was tipped off by another convict, was to twist a thin cord of henji, saturate it with gasoline or some other inflammable liquid, 6trotch it from their cells to all the shops where dry materials are stored e and touch off this fuse late at ulght. They hoped in the confusion of Mich a general fire as this would cnuie to find some means of escape, but their scheme vas nipped after part of their fuse was made. All three of the conspirators are from Louisville, which acand lirown is a counts for his life sentence. Hope-wellhome-madthird-terme- r, ble fight took place In this county between two women, one of them being stabbed to death. Mrs. Polly Vox, wife of the notorious James Pox, now in the nenltentiarv. on Sunday had at serious quarrel with Mrs. Jane Mcintosh, a neighbor. Monday the women met and renewed the difficulty. Mrs. Fox struck Mrs. Mcintosh a stunning blow and the latter drew a knife from under her apron and stabbed Mrs. Fox three times in the breast, killing her almost instantly. Mrs. Mcintosh will be tried before Judge Goddard Wednesday. Owen One 'Woman Stabs Another to Death Neai Boonevllle, Ky. UooxEVH.LE,Ky., June 17. A terri- FOUND DEAD IN A POND. Salcl'ie of a Savciitoen-Year.Oa- d Girl li Hart County. MifNFon.Dvn.LE, Ky., Juno 13. Ma girL wiu tllda Bra.lley, n found dead in a pond near her home Sho was missed by the family at sup per, und search wus begnn at once. Sh bad Weil dead but a short time whei CONDENSED AH NEWS lie RAID Gathered From by Telegraph. Parts of the Country they found her. A letter was found in tho path nea the pond, addressed to'her sweetheart saying: "Meet me in" the better world.' Don. Rufus E. Lester has been unanimously nominated for his fifth term in congress from the ITirst district of Georgia. President Oeorgo II. Wyckoff, of tho New Amsterdam bank, New --York, who was shot on Monday by George II. Scmple, the crank, whp demanded 0,000, died Saturday afternoon. A hurricane swept over th'j Labrador Lexingtox, Ky., Juno 17. Congressman V. C. Owens cama home Tuesday night, and announced that !! would be Mr. Owens a candidate for said that Senator Charles J. llrojston told him in W ashington last week that ho (llronston) was not a candidate. Owens says the bill he attempted tc have passed in congress expressed his viows on the currency question. GltKEXUr, Ky.. June 17. The body ol Abraham Diehere, the peddler murdered near Fallsburg, Lawrence county, was found under the floor of the house of Mr. Cookesey. The body was decapitated, but the head was alsc found. Cookesey and Chaffins are in jail at Louisa charged with the murder. Will Ran Airaln. ' Mllnc Head Found. W. M. SAFFELL, Saffell, of this city, has been appointed special agent of the treasury department by Secretary Carlisle, and was sworn in here. Salary S1.S00 and traveling expenses. Mr. Saffell has been a g republican, but a warm, personal friend of Mr. Carlisle, while Mrs. Curlisle and Mrs. Saffe.l are intimate, friends, and have been since Mr. Carlisle was in the Kentucky senate, nearly a quarter of a century ago. From the standpoint of personal friendship and the fitness of Mr. Saffell for the position the appointment is all right, but if Mr. Carlisle could hear how regard it from a political standpoint he would hesitate a long tfme before he would appoint another republican to office, that is if he cares anything for the opinion of the people who have so signally honored him in the past. STATE COMMITTEE life-lonKen-tuckla- ns A Republican, Appointed to n Good ORlce hy Sarretary Carlisle Fhakkfokt, Ivy., June 22. W. M. Lexington, June 17. The Lexington police force has been reduced from 33 men to 29. The deposed officers are James C Ford, M. C Ragland, Luke Doyle and Mike Sullivan. Estis Garrett was reduced from a regular tc a substitute, as was Mike Savage. Bot Fish was made patrol driver. Stewart, arrested for the murder oJ Winston Fletcher, near Denton, Cartel county, Saturday, was released from custody at Grayson Tuesday. Greet Adkins and Mrs. lhirlcy, arrested ai accessories, were held. Their examin ing trial is set for Wednesday. Wili.iamstowx, Ky., June 17. At 8 spec'-a-l election on local option inGranl county, the county was swept by tht drys. Every precinct in the countj except two voted for no whisky, and the majority in the county against whisky is nearly 400. courthouse and nil its contents burned to the ground Wednesday morning. Nothing saved Origin of fire a mystery. Buildings on the public square are in danger. Ky., June 17. Preston Smith, a Negro, under 12 months-sentencXldioi-APVliX- Lexington Police Force Reduced. K, Stewart Set Free Gbeentjp, Ky., June 17. Gcorgt Grant County Goes Dry. To Nt tt R? h fied hisasAOuiateson the committee that a meeting will be heid in Louisville at the Williard hotel at 2 o'clock next Thursday. Mr. Sommers intends to conduct a vigorous campaign. This meeting is for the purpose of making 'the members of the committee fully cognizant of the conditions that confront them. For the present Mr. Sommers will maintain his headquarters at Elizabethtown. Ky., but immediately after the Chicago convention he w ill remove to L misville, from w hicii point be can better direct the details of the campaign. Mr. Sommers is very sanguine over the prospects, and is confident of carrving Kentucky for the nominee of the Chicago convention. Probably Mnr.Ierod. GEOKonTowN. Ky., June 22. The dead body of Charles Fantlcroy, the son of Henry Fantlcroy, colored, was found Friday evening in a pond on the farm of Wm. Warren, four miles from Georgetown. There was a wound on the head and it is thought he Uoj- ld Meet In LouUville on Tlinraday A TiRorou Campaign Will lte Conducted. LouisriM.K, Ky., June 22. Chairman Harry A. Sommers, of the state democratic campaign committee, has noti- Courthouse Ilurned. LEiTcnFiEi.n, Ky., June 17. The Kscaped Prom the orUhouse. to the workhouse, eMMpcc He had served about twe Monday. months of his term. All are In Jail. MiDM.EnuiiG, Ky., June 17. All the parties that were concerned in the Brush creek shooting scrape hare beer placed in jail, except such as are toe badly wounded. Bored for Water and Struck Oil. Ky., June 17. Jess Owd.osvili.1!, Barnes, in boring a well for water on coast doing immense damuge. Thirty fishing cra.'ts were destroyed at Blanc Sablo, and it is feared that further vessels werp lost at moro northern points Hon. Alex. W. Terrell, the American Want Taxes Reduood. minister to Turkey, who has been in Frankfort, Ky., Juno 1& Hon the United States on leave of absence, John P. Newman, of Newport, wa is now in London. He will start for here Wednesday before tho state boarc his post in Constantinople in a few of valuation and assessment, asking days- i ftr a reduction in tho assessment of the In a fit of insane jealousy, O. E. Hart, irauchisc of the gas company of Newman at port and the water and light companj a prominent young his wife Wichita, Kan., shot and killed Sunday was afternoon, tljcn of Bellevue. Senator Newman turned thp weapon o who- would win the congressional asked himself and sent a bullet through hL nomination in the Sixth d .strict, and brain. replied: "Oh! I suppose Berry will." George Smith, Tonsey Starkcy and Fatal Accidents In Carroll. John Willis, ail colored, were drowned LOTTISVH.I.E, Ky., June 18. Officers in the Cumberland river, near Clarks-ville- , of the Falls City report two fatal acciTenn., early Saturday morning, dents near Worthville, Carroll county while trying to cross the stream in a Ky. Charles Webster's horso ran away, skiff. The bodies have not been rethrowing him from a buggy and kill- covered. ing himself Instantly. Ihe victim was The steamer City of Chicago, of the a nephew oi CoL John Langstaff, at Graham and Morton the bridge across Cedar creek, ut Mon- Co.. went ashore near Benton Harbor, terey. A daughter of Mich., Snnduy afternoon at 2 p m. in a John Hopper fell over a precipice and dense fog with 200 passengers aboard. fractured her skull. She was released six hours later with out material damage. Arrested. Hon. James B. Eustis, American Lej:ingto:, Ky., June 13. James Sailee, who cut the throat of .la met minister to France, sailed from SouthMitchell, a Tuesday ampton for Now York Saturday on the night, was arrested Wednesday bj American line steamer St. Paul. He Constable Rose and Officer McCarthy, was accompanied by his daughter and who found him hiding in the country. his son, Mr. Newton B. Eustis, second The charge against Sallco is malicious- secretary of the embassy. ly cutting to kill. The deed seems tc Charles Somerhuuscn, a batcher, have been unwarranted. Mitchell wae aged 22, was assaulted by a crowd of better Wednesday night and may re- young men at the corner of Cleary aud Cnss avenues, S.t Louis, Sunday evencover. ing, and hit with a rock. Ho fired into Capt. Irwin for Governor. Fiiakkfobt, Ky., June 13. Friends tho crowd and shot John Dunn through oi Capt. II. S. Irwin, secretary of the the heart. Somcrhnusen was arrested. The New York police have tried In railroad commission, arc grooming him to enter the race for the republican vain to find Wm. alter Demon, whom nomination for governor. The move the grand jury has Indicted on a charge has been quietly on for some time, and of embezzlement. The amount of his his friends have been preparing to alleged defalcation is sold to exceed spring a boom for him early in the 814.000. Most of this it is charged was preliminary campaign. Auditor Stone obtained from tho young woman ho was has also been spoken of in this connec- engaged to wed and the rest from her brother. tion. Iho populists of Sedgwick county, Cloudburst In Ballard County. Paducaii, Ky., June IS. There was Kan., met in convention and indorsed & disastrous cloudburst near Bland- - Jerry Simpson for congress and inville, Ballard county. Crops were torn dorsed L. D. Lewelllng for governor. up and washed away, bridges carried They also eulogized Senator Teller and off and roads washed out by the tor- his colleagues for bolting the St. Louis rents. Tho loss will be heavy to the convention. They elected delegates to farmers, to whom recent rains have al- the appellate court convention, which ready done much damage in prevent- - meets here next Tuesday. For several days an offensive odor ing work. has prevaded the vicinity of 1328 North Want Sccarco Pardonod. Eight street, St. Louis. Sunday a Lexington, Ky., June 18. An effort policeman investigated and tightly is being mude by his friends to secure packed under the ground floor of the a pardon for Frank P. Scearcc, who is above number the corpse of Mary sentence at Frank.serving a fort for forging releases to mortgages Robinson, a Negro woman, was found. She had been about u week. on this records of tho county clerk. Henry Robinson, deadhusband, a cteam-boher He has been in the pen about two man, left the city Saturday. years. Trnnt-portatiotwo-year-o- ld Cnt-Thro- at fellow-motorman, She had been melancholy for Severn days. Her people are plain, hard working folks, who cumo from Masor county, and located a few miles wea of hero about three years ago. Commissioner Commfngore has been in jeatigatlng the complaints made bj -- geut of the wholesale overhead In urance writing by the fire companies f other .states and has concluded to in oke the uid of the law to preven 1' he continuance of the same. nas been charged that by failing to credit Kentucky with these overhead remlums it has been made to ap pear that the ratio of losses to thi premiums is much larger than it really ught to bo and gives the iusuranc jompanlcs some show of justification 1c SIuilo Apnlnst U7erhtnd Insurano Agents In Kentucky. FitASKKORr, Ky., June 20. Insurance RUST'S DR. CBTTQK ROOT Original PISP0M Co, St- - Paul. Minn. "Richmond, Ky. M .'INJECTION.! "-- Si'sF -- IENNYR0Y1L dresa on receipt of JBSTSold pennyroyal i emaio full and never lnlnre. 'lwri reliable aod always ask for Dr. Rant's I i HILLS Genuine ana unlet. JIalli-dtouayaU- Tho Host Medicine Si.no lir dtate in effect aric Tit ? ? A poslttre pnrrenti e. f TL .. Coot and fj.i. i, pleto In ona small package. Mailed to arui u 1'llla. They never on receipt of $1 b Tullesl '' by W. G White, Dru;est, 'e'S'SvsS'SvNvvc 1 nll i T --. 0 FIRE FIRE F OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 3 ) raising the rate in Kentucky. Uy this plan the state is robbed of iti per cent, of these premiums, as all local agents are required to report theii remlum receipts Hence the commis .ioner is doubly anxious to stop this sly evasion of the law, and if he sue eeds it may result in having insurance rates in Kentucky reduced. ALU CLOTHING, DRY m w m 7 lH I DROWNED, Ind Fishermen Found tho Bodies of Thret lnds Missing lrom Home. Louisville, Ky., June 20. The dis ippearance from home Wednesdaj night of the three boys who, it was thought, ran away from home, was sleared up Thursday morning, when a ashermnn found their clothing on the. lam on the falls. After six hours' work the bodies were recovered by a crew from the Life Saving station. The victims were: George Gibbons, 10 years, 1411 Seventh street; Patrick Charles Dugan. 10 years, 1413 Seventh street; Willie O'llrien, 11 years, 1417 Seventh street. The boys ran away from home, aud nci trace of them could bo found. Neither could swim It is supposed they were wading and stepped over their depth 'rom a ledge of rock. KENTUCKY DISTILLERS Signing the Agreement to Suspend Operations For Two YcarH. Lawhenoehuho. Ky., June 20. Col. J. U. Watlien, at the Instance of the v J? sr Ilx (St? WW ifmssMi m Rr$HHk m olUBai Hi IIRk GOODS, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must be closed out atP cj (9 S) ) ) ) 6) S) ) ( The Governor of North Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina 6) ) ( & Come and get bargains. Our SAi.r 0) ) LUC of the best quality, for the least money. Large quantities reduce the cost of IS now going on. MilliRerij at Great Baraii)5. 6) (9 ) ) ( "BATTLE AX" is the moat tobacco, Kentucky Dlstillersr association, met the distillers of Anderson county at the Lawrenceburg bank here, for the purpose of securing signatures to the agreement to suspond operations from July 1, lb90, to January 1, 1S9S. Four- fifths of the distillers of this county were present and signed the agreement. Col. Wnthen is very sanguine of the agreement going through, and says if tho distillers of other counties wiirdo their part as well as the distillors of Auderbon county have done, there will be no doubt us to the agreement effective. , manufacture, the result going to the consumer in the shape of a larger piece, for less money, than was ever before possible. -- S e HENRY-KLEIN-4-SO- N. s S) mn uniM Li omrrr rviunmunu. vv iMiu oitLLi, nmininiin ri. e) wm BUTTER RECORDS. Below is given the butter record ol the best Jerseys that this country has prc-luc- I ed IMS HD!1 Beuzetta 2.06 at 4 Years Old. . si"TOflf lPV ySHSSUilLili 1PT8T flR I ten-ye- ar at Wasiiixgtox, June 20. The followpostmasters for Kening fourth-clas- s tucky vi ere commissioned Friday: V. Gay, Hrutus, Clay county; A. E. Carna-h.Gilead, Montgomery county; J. B. Payne, Ilarncd, Ureckinridgo county; J. C. 11 Layne, Kimper, Pike county; .1 V. bratcher, Leach, Gr.iyson coune ty; S. K Murphy, Lomansville, county; W. IT. Kidwell, Madge, Lawrence countj-- ; J. F, Ilurton, Stin-on- , Carter countj", O. D. Cunningham, Wobbs Cross Roads, Rubsell county. Law--onc- Xnv Kentucky Postmnsters. . his place, near Preston, this county struck oil at a depth of about one hundred feet. Dwelling Partially Horned. Forecast for Monday. WAsniwGTON. June 2i For Ohio Thunder showers followed by talr at nljhf. brisk, court Wednesday ordered that the westerly county "blood hounds" be sold to the southwesterly to Generally wlnla. souta winds. fair, For Kentucky highest bidder. About a year ago the For Indiana Generally fair Monday mornI Illood Hounds to Be Sold. LE5IJ.QT0N, Ky June 18. The fiscal Fiiankfokt, Ky , June 20. the court of appeals rendered a decision in the last of a number of big suits of the d Eddj--ville The Mute Loites a feult. was killed and then thrown into the water. The boy left home last Monday to go to the country to pick rasp- lx.'rries. Lf.itchfield, Ky., June 22. At a picnic held at Durbin's precinct, in Killed rilR Itrother Instead. Fhankeokt, Ky., June 17. The dwelling of George L. Hannen, on Lowls street, was partially burned Tuesday. Loss about 3,000; insured ' for 3,000. Ky., June 17. Bast Austin, who escaped from the Liberty jail last week, was captured by Sheriff Adams and Jailer Bell, on renuVjsee Bridge. f - vr- - uoiin Janett in Tall. Mi. Vernojc, Ky., June 17. John Janett yi longed in jail pending an t Ciumlnlng trial "for killing Buck near Broadhead Monday afternoon. Knights of the Golden Kscln. Catlettsbcf.g, Ky., June 17. The state convention of the Knights of the Golden Eagle will be held in this citj August 11, 12 and 13. Minm.EBi7KO, Pad-ge- county paid 50 each for three dogs alleged to be blood hounds. One died, tho others proved worthless. Ileld for Trial. ing, follow ed by i robably light thunder storms In tho afternoon, variable winds. THE MARKETS. ClKCIKNATI, Juno ML Escaped Prisoner Captured. county, five miles from here, Cnarles Durbin and a man named O'ltrien got into nn altercation, during which Durbin fired a pistol at O'Hrien. The ball missed him and struck Dur bin's brother John nearthriT?2!'C"from the effesJs oi "vihii he died a Jtv hours v laj- -" Georgetown, Ky., June IS. David Gorham, town marsh? 1 of Sadieville, who shot and killed Bud Harrison, colored, at that place Monday, had an examining trial before Judge l'rices)Se'd-nesdae cirand was held ove cuit court ia the sum of S200. Five Prisoners Make Their Escape. y, X V" 22. Rev. sum Small, the noted evangelist of the Southern Methodist church, began a ten days' revival service at the Union tnbernaclc in this city Sunday afternoon, when he addressed an audience sf several thousind persons. Impaled oil a Picket. MiiAERBin'ito. Ky , June 22. Mrs. 7. II. Maston, who lives two miles outb of" here, was thrown from her kinsville, Ky., June Sam Small's Revival. Washington, June 17. J. X. Dun was commissioned postmaster at Garrard county, Ky., Tuesday. New Kentucky Fostmnster. buggy by a. runaway horse and imOne arm was paled on a picket fence. torn almost off and both breasts badly stitches were lacerated. Thirty-fiv- e taken to close the wounds. Made, a Fatal Mistake. GEOnGETOWjf. Ky., June 22. John Henry Gatewood, a and wealthy citizen of Stamping Ground, this county, died from the effects of aconite and morphine. He swallowed the aconite by mistake, and took the morphine to relieve his sufferings. well-know- London, Ky., June 17. Moses Hig-nite, a farmer of Leslie county, was shot from ambush and inotnntly killed. Will Second the Nomination. St. Louis. Mo., June IT. J. Madison Vance, a bright young lawyer and a delegate at large from Louisiana, will second the nomination of McKinleyon behalf of the colored delegates. Mr. Ilanna asked the leaders of the colored contingent to select a man for that honor, and Mr. Vance was chosen Tucs day at n conference attended by Col. Jas. Hill, of Mississippi; Robert Small, of South Carolina J. II. Devernux, Georgia; Henry Dcmas, Louisiana; Judge Joseph E. Lee, Florida, and S. E. Smith, Kentucky. Shot From Ambush. n and weighing about ISO grains and having a very good ring, is being extensively circulated in Lexington. In the poolroom half dozen of the counterfeits are used as paper w eights. Nearly Wiped Out by Fire. terfeit dollar, bearing the date 191, Counterfeit Dollars. Lexington. Ky., June 22. A coun- Hope, Idaho, June 17. This towx was almost completely destroyed by fire which originated in the huge steam laundry operated by ttie dining car department of the Northern Pacific Co., on Sunday night last-- A complete block between Main street and rail road avenue, comprising the business section of the town, was wiped out The loss is roughly estimated at ovei 100,000. Giant powder was used te good advantage in blowing up adjoining buildings thus stopping the rav-a- r es of the flames. r-jH-' Uorlmm, town marshal of this place, shot Will Harrison, a colored Sadieviixe, Ky., June Shot Ily a Marshal. 10. D. I. him almost instantly. Harrison had threatened the life of the marshal and through the right temple, killing several citizens. Tramp Suspected. Ky., June 1C At Cliffside park a tramp was caught by Catlettshuiig, - the acme of womanhood. It rounds out a woman's life and Motherhood is nv woman's life. Health is an inheritance due to every child and within the reach of every parent to bestow. It is something that costs no money and is more precious mm - most important mission in the world. The bearing and rearing of healthy, happy completes her is the chief achievement children the conductor and brakeman of a freight train. He answers the descrip; tion of one of the men wanted in connection with the C & O. holdup Thursday night. A Failure at Frankfort. Frankfort, Ky. June 13. The Kentucky buggy and harness works, of this city, owned principally by O. R. and J. W. Crutcher, made an assignment Monday afternoon. Assets about 12,000, liabilities about $9,000. Jury Could Not Agree. Lexiugton, Ky., June 10. The jury failed to agree in the slander suit of T. Logan Hocker against Col. Robert L. Crigler, of Covington. Tho jury was dismissed until Tuesday morning. Worthington arrived here Monday morning and to lk charge of the governor's office. He will act during Gov. Bradley's absence at the Mound Gov. of Fraxkfort, Ky., Juno Acting as Governor. 10. Lieut City. than a mountain of diamonds. The child's health depends almost A Blackburn Club. wholly on U e mother's, not only before Lexington, Ky., June 10. CoL J. its birth but afterwards. A sick mother ' Hull Davidson is organizing a Black-- , can't properly care for her child's health. burn club to go to the Chicago convenA sick mother sometimes bears a healthy child, but it isn't to be expected. Maybe tion. The uniform will be of silver the- baby will possess the appearance of gray, with shoes and hats to match. health, but will luck stamina. Maybe The Holler Exploded. innate weakness will develop in after Lkwisbukg, Ky., June 10. A "boiler years. Cisney, Todd county, "while Every woman should be particularly exploded at careful of her health during the period 14 men werein the miH. The building of gestation when the child "is really a was demolished, and only one man of the party was hurt. Loss $3,200. part of herself. During all this time, she should keep Closed by tho Sheriff. her body strong and pure and she should Mt. Steeukg. Ky., Juno 10. Miller take proper precautions against her time & Co., large general merchants of of labor. For this purpose Dr. Pierce's Plum Lick, Bourbon county, Favorite Prescription is prescribed. Jt by has been used in thousands of cases, tachments the sheriff Monday on atfrom creditors. with the most gratifying results. It is a tonic to the whole body, but particuAnother Cnrislug In Crete.,. larly to the organs distinctly feminine, It cures all female troubles and pro- , ATHEXB.June 10. Advices have been.ii ,. ., . motes regularity. ( recoiveo. nere mat, ine wcians in me 1 uajckuua uu.u.i.1 A large book (icoo pages profusely "" ocn 7; illustrated), written by Dr Pierce, enagaiush mo iunio, mm mo rcsun luatj titled " The People's Common Sense Meddesperate fighting has ensued and ical" Adviser" will be sent to those wlw large number of men on both side e will send twenty-oncents, in stamps, have been Ttilled. It k .reported that's v pay postage and wrapping only. , British warship, Address, WOkLD'S Dis?ensakv MKI ei wa were-close- ....,. - v. theTirndofTretifLL H toTwotetl"CJirktiwisitt,thditrk-nuu-iutwu- i 4 Chicago Exposition. The "Little Gi vnt" Traveling L vw:; Lkxixoton, Kj-.-, June 1C Ilanniba SrRixKLEK is an ingenious, efficient, and to Hane;. Boy.Mnrder,er Ruchignani, a local butcher, has jusl wonderful machine. Under an ordinar-wate- r McKinney, Ky., June 18. Anthony completed the construction of the pressure of 30 pounds or upward! Alcorn was sentenced in the circuit smallest triple bicycle in the world, s it will drag 100 feet of gnruen hose an(. court of Stafford to be executed on Aulask vthich 25 of the best facto propel itself slowly and contiiiuouly ir. gust 0. Alcorn is the colored boy who riea In the countrj- - refused to attempt either a straight line or a circle of an-- , called his father to his door at midnight each stiting that the labor was desiied diameter, while itssieed may bi two weeks ago and shot him dead. too great. The frame of th varied at v, ill from 15 to 500 feet per cords. Prominent Minister Dead. wheel is five f.'et long and 17 inches hour. Time Onward represents the popular 3l(t73: By means of a figured dial plate it Hopkixsville, Ky., June 18. Rev. S5.01 tall, while the wheels are but 24 inch js Wilkes Patchen crosh, which is conceded may set to travel any desired disRobert McCowan, one of the oldest and Wool Unwashed fine merino, 0!0o per lbj in diameter. Ruchignani manufac- tance. be A moment sutlices to change iti; to he the greatest mixture of blood most popular ministers of the Louis- quarter-bloo- d clothing, 1213or medium detured everj- - portion of the machine ex- speed from the highest to the lowesi yet produced. of the Southern Meth- laine and clothing. lijJ13c braid, 11 MJc. meville confen-necept the wheels, which he purchased at and it may be gauged to distribute n odist church, diod suddenly ut his home dium combing. 133.HC Washed, lino merino the factor v. He has worked stea. lily spray effectively over a ewarth varying This rich breeding with such speed X to XX. 12c. medium clothing, HtJlic; 78 years. In Trenton, aged on it at night for the pxst six months. in w idth from 5 to 50 feet, w Idle by sim- producing power and individuality as neece. llijlic: long ccmblng, 153.I601 Quarter-bloo- d and low, I213o common coarse, Bridge Builder Bndly Hurt. The wheel will be r.ddm by three ply throwing it out of gear it is instantly Time Onward possesses, will surely ge Shelbyville, Ky., June 18. Arch U&lZc. sons, John, ll'igo aid Leo, aged re- converted into a stationary spriukier trotters of the Inchest type. New Yorx. Juno Sa Cunningham received serious injuries spectively seven, eight and nine year. of exceptional elliciency. SepWubat No. 8 red, July, 63H1 He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly throe miles east of here. Ho w as as- tember, 61 The propelling force is supplied by Ruchignani will celebrate his accomDecember. 65 60o back picture of water in the urmii sixteen hands high, with fine style and sisting in the erection of a new bridge plishment by giving hisbicj'cle friends Coos causing them to revolve with force anu action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. across Guest creek, and a heavy timber October. No. s.3535o: September. Solf&r&Koi an outing; JCo. rapidity w Idle at thu same time thej stand this season at $20 to fell on him. Oats Wcstorn, 2)4C3; July and SeptemBLAND'S AGENT throw out a fine spray or mist. insure a living colt. ber. 21X& Indicted for Horse Stealing. Body of sprinkler made of iron Baltimore, Juno sa Is reeling the I'nlo of the Free Sllvei Cabroixton, Ky., June 18. Jos. F. Wheat No. 2 red spot and June. 63jae3Hes "painted." Arms and standard made of Men of Kentucky. Law, who has been confined in the July and August, 62X32Kc: September. 6 jj B. H. Lexington, Ky., Juno 10. Col. Rich- brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 inchai county jail in this c"ity for abusing a ltezoi southern, by sample, 6O&6I0: do on ard T. Gentry, of Sedalia, Mo., is here long, 15 inches wide "over all Wheels, grade, eoyifittiic. horse, was released and taken to Cadiz, diameter. Height of tip oi Cobn Mixed spot and June, ZiSi 33c: as an emissarj of Hon. Richard P. 10 inches 15 where- he is under indictment :or horse July.33S'SS3Ko: August, Z3o bid: September, inches. Total weight, 40 arm head, Rland lie is feeling the pulse of the pounds. stealing. ZiHa bid. steamer mixed. 31Kit313c; south)0jVT Kentucky delegation to the Chicago ern white. 3SS15HO: do yellow, 35i33Mo- Tiie "Little Giant" Sprinkler received Patterson Pardoned. convention. His aim is to secure foi the highest award at the World's ColumNo. Z white western, 23J4Mo: No. 3 Oats Frankfort, Ky June 18. Acting mixed do, 232Ho. the Missouri candidate the vote of Ken- bian Exposition, Chicago. Gov. "Worthington Wednesday morning llniv to Cure Yourself While Using It. Buffalo. Juno ML tucky beeu Cattle Light stockers. X502,60; stock burn. after it hasof the cast for Blackissued a pardon to Riley Patterson, (FREIGHT PAID.) PRRiCE, $15.00. The tobacco habit grows on a man unSpeakiug situation Mon2332.501 a life prisoner from Scott county. Patr bulls. Si Yorkers. $15313.61. mixed packers, Hoos day, Col. Gentry said: 'I am of the til his nervous system is seriously affectterson had served 10 years. iaM; mediums. 815033 55. heavy grados, $341 belief firmly that the next president ol L STEBI)IS S1SCFACTUEUG CO, ed, impairing health, comfort and happiness. 3i55: pigs generally SAC0. roughs, jaoo3 20; Established an Alibi. the United States will be a free siiver Hags, tl00c2.50. To quit suddenly is too fcevere a Sole Agtati an! KiaafiHaieni, Greenup, Ky., June 18. Geo. Stewdemocrat, and that democrat will be Lambs Good to prime lambs, nEEP shock to the system, as tobacco to any art, held at Grayson for the murder of &.50&3.C0. aid R. P. Rland. Hh onlj' opponent of MISS. SPMCFIELD, fancy. $5.73. comtron to fair. ?1 73; veterate user becomes a stimulant that Winston Fletcher Saturday night, near mixed cheep, good to choice, J3.50a3.70. exAgents vvdti strength at this time is 3Ir. Matthews, Denton, established an alibi and was port sheep. (4. CO. yearlings, SlOOJ&t&l "Baco-Curof Indiana. The free silver wave has flSTCan be seen in operation at resi- his system continually craves. Chicago. June 2a released. attacked the republican party, and un- dence of editor of Climax is a scientific cure for the tolwcco Calls on September wheat opened at bOHo: Died in Ills Ofllce. last price, 59JJ0, Puts opened at 67So: last less the St. Louis convention gives it habit, in all its forms, carefully comsome attention in its platform, I be.HAnRODSBUKQ, Ky., June IS. Judge price. 57fc. September pounded after the formula of an eminent Calls on corn opened at 29Kc: lieve wc will be ablcrto draft a tremen-ffou- s E. J. Polk died suddenly in his office last price, alH'tSSMo. Puts opened at SflH Berlin physician who hat-- , used it in his Wednesday morning of heart disease. number of votes from thu repubeHo: lost price. -- 9fc. OLD private practice since 1872, without a Indiakapolis. Ind.. June 2a AI. E. Conference. Cattle Market quiet at Friday's quotafailure It is purely vegetable aud guarThe Spanish government has decide tions. Inez, Kv., June 18. The district con- - Hoos Good to choice inert um and heavy, anteed perfectly harmless You can use 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD. o recall Gen. Martinez Campos to act f eren ;e of the M E. c urcli south ant fS.25aiS5' mixed, 3.1533.5 eholcr lights, all the tobacco you want while taking ive militarj- - service. The general himthe Bpw r h 1 .gy c . r .ee i u P?5(t.&50. Family and Modi "Bacc-Curo- ." self declares that hewill onlj- - accept Pure Old Whiskies forand It will notify you when SnEEP Market active at Friday's prices. prcgrt. 10 gallon cinal Uses, in 5 the command of a dnision in Cuba, yon stop. We give a written guarantee specialty. Packages, a LMnuaa mi aw SUtO. to cure iHirmanently any case with three Over a Precipice. Alleged Counterfeiters Ileld for Trial. boxes, 01 refund the money with 10 per Danville, Ky., Silver Liquor- Riverton, Ky., June 20. United Iiussell and wife, June 10. George W. cent, interest. "Baco-Curo- " is uota subof Perryville, were Thomi'sll. Pwope, a prouiinentcitizcn States. District Attorney Wm. Smith is driving along the stream known as of Kansas City, has given a tract of land, stitute, but a scientific cure, that cures here, prosecuting Daniel and Vyatt without the aid oi will power and with McClease, of Lewis county, charged the Rolling Fork, near the Casey coun- 1,400 acres in extent to the city for a Wholesale Dealers, no iuconenience. It leaves the system with making and passing counterfeit ty line, a steep, rocky cliff between ark, four miles from the city aud valSilver Creek, Ky. gold end silver. The prisoners waived them and the water. The horse got ued at $250,000. as pure and free from nicotine as the towurd examination and were held to appear scared, jumped over,- - the edge of the day you took your first chew or smoke. cliff, and went buggy, horse, ocat Louisville for triul at the October cupants and all. They CUUEU BY BAt-CURO AND GAINED THIRTY tumbled over term. ledge after ledge for a distance of 05 POUNDS. Arrested Charged with Kobbery. feet, and landed in the water. Mr. and From hundreds of testimonials, the MrDDLESEOKouGii, June 20. L. Kirk, Mrs. Eussell escaped without even so-" original of which are on file and open alios Tj. Burton Raymond, was arrested vere bruises. here Friday by Turner. to inspection, the following is presented: He is wanted for the robbery of furniRev. "William Copp, whoso father Confederate Monument Unveiled. Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 28, 1895. ture, clothing and jewelry in Morris-totv- n Niciiolasvillk, Ky., June 10. A was a physician for over fifty years, ( Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La i three years r.go, which were handsome monument "In honor of the in 2Jew Jersey, and who himself (ftf 'Crosse. Wis.- -a Gentlemen: For forty Confederate dead, recently erected found secreted in Huthcs Cave. spent, many years preparing for the e I years I u.ced tobacco in a'.l its forms. For here in the was unInstantly Killed by the C.irs. practice of medicine, but subseveiled Monday, and nearly a thou-nn- d twenty-fiv- e years of that time I was a 20. Ky., Juno A man quently entered the ministry of the Tiie Finest While Sulphur grat sufferer from general debility and named Burns, from Nashville, in com old soldiers took part in tho ceremonII. E. Church, writes: "1 am glad pany with two other parties, was steal- ies. Col. Bennett H. Young, the heart dibeate. For fifteen years 1 tried to testify that I have and Chalybeate Water speaker of the day, arrived on a special &" "". ing u ride on a Louisville and Nashville to quit, but couldn't. I took various had analyzed all the train from Louisville in company with in the World. freight train north of this city, when remedies, "among others sarsaparilla preparahe fell from the cars, was run over and tions known in the OUOUESTKA Best mu,ic an! "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "DoubSeven Arinenlnns Flanged. instantly killed. Dancing ilall in the Statk le Chloride of Gold," etc, etc, but none trade, but CoS8Taktixopi,e, Junls 10. The po Prominent Mason Dies. of them did me the least bit of good. Hotel well appointed. HEjfDERSON, Ky., June 2a C. H. lice Monday morning .hanged seven Finally, however. I mfrcliased Mr. Geo. Stevens, UJerlr. iinT nf Johnjon, past grand master of the Armenians in iu"erentpaits of Gilata, Profl Ino. U. Miller, Leader' your "Baco-Cnro- " is the only one of State( lodge of JIasons, and a member a suburb of this city. and it has entirely of the Scottish Rite, died at .even them that I could cured me of the habit in all its forms, of Orchestra. o'cloqk 'Friday evening, a victim of recommend aa a Free Bowling Alley and B and I have increased thirty pounds in Bngbt's disease. blood-purifie- r. I have cycle Track. Free Jiiudeijui weight and am reliuved from all the F01JR GENERATJONS. Suit Settled for 81.000. given away hundreds of bottles of numerous aches and pains xt body and ten lor children. PAilS,Ky., Jun20. The suit of Mrs. it, as I consider it theafest as welj mind. I could wrU a quire f paper A trained Lady Vocalist. Charles McCann against the Xouisville as tne Dest to Da had." wm Copp, lire. "Kate Gay, of Winchester is in unon my chanired feelings and conditiun i tancWiiin .- -. fn. hi nun f... -- mii-ni.- i "" Yours respectfully. P rf. Mam-sky-, .the dljath of her husband, was settled tho comity visitinge rilatiyv 1 .f gde wns a Pastor M. E. Church, Jackson, Minn. m- j i t r- - nuneii n iiiiuay7irai,ui.Qre were Board, - - - $2.00 per da1 Pabtoii.C. P. Church, Clayton, A rk. Friday ny-- compromise, the widow ae at u. vt tt eptillg 81,000. .rent 'four gpi'erationsl grent grand-- 1 "Sold by all drafijiSts at $1.00 per btx, 51U.UU to $12.50 -- per wee inrHW, Braird-fathe- r, uintheraud sons., Baby. A Blae-Bye- d three boxes, thirtJ':5avs, rei.uneivt, Lb3.1nton; Ky.t Jum 90,- -f A. Wne- - Mrs. Haras SG yeara old Imd lias about $at6d"witli koii-dswritUa goaronlee, evedlbabv. sbeufc-sbweeks itta. wits vJTty-.vegrand-ohi'-. M. THOMASiFrp.grPRt grand and eipt 6timv. THB 0KX.Y VOEIiyJATJt " j r tMWt'raet iipos fi CI Jiren in'thig anil adioiuiai'Coniitipg.'.Mrs.- WrifrforbcWt Wi Sack 4 i ww jMpiiwy";mijj ; vm .: aw. stixvv i'&aris ia good health foraiwoaaaa of her " " 0av I Croe. Wi, TVo ideality tj to . B fcu.- -' i A"i J Hot Whw In doubt, ask for Ayr' NM! if-9- 0. rib- dfLJ&sgkJL &ffei A Uopkinsvili.e, Ky., June 18. Five prisoners, Moses Merritt, Wesley Rhea, Arthur Bryan and John und James Berryman escaped from the jail at Guthrie, Ky., Wednesday night. They pried off the lock to the cage in which they were confined. FLorn Winter patent. Sa5Ca0. do fancy, 76, extra, lioajj &1033S5. do family. 2.23, lowgrades, ?l 631 63 Bprl-- .u patent, Jl CO fJ4S5. do fu:cy, tai02ir3 do lamlly. 8t60B 2.B5. rye, teytiSiia per brL Wheat Arrivals arc email, but stocks are Mifflclent to meet all requirements of the local trade, and the market H quiet Corn Sales. No. 3 mixed, track, at 2So. No. 3 mixed at ZHHc yellow car, track, at 30c Oa-itales. Na i mixed, track, nt20o No. 9 whim track, at 21 He rejected mixed, at 18c, Uve The market Is quiet, but values exhibit tllght Improvement. Hogs Choice packers and butchers, S3.3.VT) 3.0 mixed pickers, $3.0(33 35. common and rough, fiOxaaiS; light shippers, i35S3.oa Cattle Hojvy steers: Fair to good, 3.25 0100. choice to extra, S400l 10 fair to mecommon to ordinary, ilbOti dium. aoa Helters- - Good to choice, 51 60&3.8J, fair to medium, fl733.01 Sheep anu Mhjis Sheep Extra, ja35-So. gooa to choice. J3. 003 25. common to yearlings, 13 z5toa Spring fair, $l.7j-i7ljmbs Extra. A6JQG00; good to choice, Si 00 5.75; common to fair. SaCOftloO. Veal, Calves Common and largo, JIOOTJ 00: fair to good light. extra, ; Co., state ngalnst the Mason-Foirgrowing out of its lease of the branch penitentiary. The state sued for $90,000, alleged to be due on settlements, and in the court below was awarded 514,503. This judgment the court . of appeals reverses, und in ) ffiat' addition gives the lessees a judgment for gl.r.OO. l'lt7jatrick Nominated for Conjtresfw Lexington, Ky., June20. The Tenth congressional district democratic convention continued its session at until three o'clock Friday morning, when T. Y. Fitzpatrick, of Floj-county was nominated for congress by BEST MADE.... a voto of 40J-- against 'MYi- It was one AVil. of the hottest contests ever know n in Unique, etlicient, labor savim;. sprinkle 4 times greater area than FOR THREE. any others. Highest award at tho Eurotifeima produced 945 pound? Bisson's of butter in one year's time Bello rave S.414 pouuds 7 ounces of milk that produced 1,023 pounds 15J ounces tsigtial'b Lilj Fla.' of butter in a year, pive 11 330 pounds of milk that produced 1,047 pounds J ounces of butter, the highest point yet leached by a Jersey cow. Princess 2d jrave, according to a report of a committee appointed to investigate, 29) pounds 8 ounces of milk in a week that produced 46 pounds 12J ounces of buttei. This highest weekly butter jield of an Jersey is at the rate of n pound of buttei from G.4 pounds of milk, or less than three quarts of milk for a pound of butter, a most remarkable result. Oxford Kate stood next with a yield of oOrounds 12 ounces from 24S pounds S ounces milk Anderson Ivews : . . . On-lin- e 2.04 at 4 Years Old. Hi AT m QT UUO s OF. CHP "3T sun x T Un 1 -- ii TABLETS, WRITING PAPER, &C. Ml Or)Ward I '.$ 1 ta Main Sr . Opp. Hotel (J'vml .i. lliiW Sh Tt VesLJT "522. yi CA "n X v A iwi nci. 4 'jxTiiDe LSI 2:25J (g)Tto JjH "M l?eat-tj-vil- le d I J - I li brother to "Shadeland Onward" (sire of Online 2.01,) by Onward, (sire of Beuzetta, 2.06:, and one 2:30 - Staple ui Fanay him, hundred and eighteen others in the 2:15. Trlplo ltlcjclo Hullt Ily n Known. ISutcher-Sumlle- st ej-cl- e Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Time Onward's dam was Nettio Time, Canned Goods. (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17, the Salt by the Barrel. Tobacco and Cigars. invincible campaigner through the grand Candies and Cakes. circui' in 1S92 ) W Mambrino Time, Green Groceries- CSTCome andsee me (full brother to Lady Stout), by Mambrino Patchen. She was the best brood mare on record at 14 years of ae, (the timeof her death,) having five sons in the 2:30 list, three of two producine them better than daughters and two more sons to take re- list, fourteen of which are bettei than R. Rowland, IrsIU1 ? JUST REGEI VED e do-hl- ne DIRECTLY FROM tS NEW YORK m CVilI NEALE. - OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. COME AND SEE THE BA&&AISTS $top jobacco. - WE HAVE FPU FROM WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING OUR YOU S LRRGEST STOCK TO SELECT' ' IND LOWEST PR 'Cr; o" FIE LIQUORS. SPRING GOODS. r OTJIB STOCZ: OIF1 . . Kotions, hosiery, Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete 33HIG-Hotts, :piE-ii- r T M Conpy, wi mm ml BRIDBEFORD S ROUTE -- BEST LIME Chief-of-Poli- .The Only One To Stand the Test pilrt1 WOPEN ECONOMIST RANGE, 1 TQ AtiB FRGM CHICAGO. Solid VestlUnled Trains, with Ruffet Parlor ' Cuts, Ei cgh 11 1 Coaobe, Dinli-"'. Wguex !ilMjlii!;Curi, und I istiiiiiroved Prtvaiey Curs, macnlfl-enllDpirtment Huflel lunilied. with tDilet arceories la uucli conijKirlmeut, Bes tetminal station. Sle-Mn- SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE T':"'I! court-houmyar- Ji iik 1 ST-- LOUIS. Solid Veotlbuted Train wltli Koffel Parlor ISirs, roaches alict Utnlnc Car. aril Winner Ihe Kfw lUretiants.'ilridgo.aolaiuffUiadi sigreeable tunnel. UuUVtHleetilnsCart KnterinBht Louitover 'No--To-Bac- AVER'S BOSTON. "Tlio only Through Sleeping Car line from Uluc'nna'i. Elegant Wagner bleeping Car. NEY0RK. The "Southwestern. Limited"' Sidld Vestl uled Trains, Willi Combination Library, Jlirfl'etRi'd Smoking Cars,- - Wauner KletpliK; lmrs, Elegaut Couctiti and Dlnliig Cars, land Ing pawengprs in MerYorkCIlv al 4d s rovt )tpot. 110F eiry .....- ....,..,.., Tniiisfer. B.areYour ticket reads vte "BIi KOOK S 0. K'COEMIOE D. B- - KAETDf 1L r Fwmongor Traffic Mgr. V ea. Pass. o- c n "Li'j !si SarsaparHlaj ,-- SM J. "jl CJiaCIXATI. II wz-- r Agt - Tl 0 ,ijsife C$!ilj4tlf. ask p6i s - . ii e for :-- s 99 un siniEO SOLD IN RICHMOND. GoIdwiB Smith hm decliuetl tlielioa conferred upon iim ol an IX. by tte Twoato University; JJ.-tkg- re 'V t lft2-- W&s i