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", ' 1 '' fif " , . ,J " j gnnnnnnxixirinnnnnnjinnnjinrLnjTnHruip JIl ffl4EXGELLEN7 ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 1 mm uxnruiru innnruu vruuinru vrumnnj uun ' ' TO 1 KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, x , & QiTjtinniinjxrinjinjxruiTrirLrinnuiniuiJifnr , I CAREFULLY EXECUTED. BS) ami finjuiruvriririixriri njvLfirtnjinruxrui'ifvro VOLUME "TwC 5 X. yil'tiffc. bilious ASK lh RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, AL"vp3RTISnT& SATES. H tn 0 O s 2 S ? 8 S 3 " S- 1 JULY 1, 1896. J"C NUMBER 4. cheap wooden furniture is shipped shipped at Delagoa Bay. English ItM.a.M 3M CJ- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Go.'t Report Agricultural implements are sent companies run coasting vessels jv! knd Kue, tho f SsSffw rtUeascd mercurial iflmrq-- r in lar numbers, mainly of the old from Port pal lent, how they reIs Natal, Delagoa, etc., covered lieultli, cheer- 2 S 2 SPACE. S 2 fnl C1ilril& jinrl tJrvml P z. r fashioned kind, or what are now northward and to Mauritius. Al: ? ? tell 5&ritite. they willSill- &B&: g-3-85 b- - taking : : fc'Jftoa : regarded as old fashioned,although though Delagoa Bay is Jf ivfcjc Kbcu- I I the port of I I I SVJVWMOns ViSKg : LA 1C)U ; . ; ' some mowers and reapers are going the Transavaal, Johannesburg is LIInrh'n"f ,C' ' Th Cheapest. Purest and Best Pamltjr 7S iSoK a5 3 So 700.100.750 out. The reason the demand is the center toward which all lines Medicine in tbe World! 5 3 S" 5 00 o 00 .5 00 23 25 4 Inches. for wares the old style instead ot of travel converge from the coast DECLARATION 300 400 600 ,2 on ,900 Vit nVSlTPSlA, CONSTIPATION, Jann-5 Inches. 3 JO 5 TO 7 So .5 00 23 00 ci., a f Smrits, SOUK STOMACH, jo the lobor saving machine is said points, and it is the objective 6o 9001800270c 34 i 600 90O 13O0 270O 40OO COCO rn, etc Tins unrivalled remedy is 6 V;01 hi OF INDEPENDENCE. 8 00 xx 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 80 .t to rontam a kindle parttUe u( to be, not that labor is cheap over point for several railroads, alivoi r any mineral 00 xo 00 is 00 2a so woi u or subslancc. but u 60 00 100 00 Litu 4ni there, but the farmers prefer to though they, will b6 pushed on to coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed Kentucky Fair Dates. PURELY VEGETABLE, notices 10 cents a line for In" "3 fioe Southern Root and Herbs sertion, s cents a line for each additional first eczr the lives of our people. do thing in the old way. A good Bulawayo, in Matabeleland. IN CONQKESS, JULY 4, 177C. The following are the dates for holding SciProvidence lia placed in a c"1 v resolutions, of rcpeet andsimdar matHe is at this time transporting large ar- the Kentucky lairs this year so far as rere Liver Diseases most prevail. ter at half rates. No specified position. c The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirmany cheap plows are exported. entific American. It lit cure all Disease caused by Derange-memies of foreign mercenaries to complete ported to this- office. Secretaries, or of the Liver and Bowels. An idea of the variety of the teen United States of America. i s "4 3MS of I.iver Complaint are a OUR TRADE WITH AFRICA. the works ot death, desolation, and ty- other officers will please advise us of any 'aste in the mouth; Pain in the f shipments made from United ranny, already begun with circumstan errors or omissions in the list: NO FREE SPEECH. s "sii Joints. often mistaken for Kbeu-- c or . I - Sour Stomach: Loss of Appetite: Sharpsbarg, July 223 days. cos'ive and lax; Headache; When, in the course of human events, ces of cruelty and perfidy, scarcely paralThe New York Sun told recent- States ports to South Africa may Veniory, with a painful sensation ot s. Richmond. July 21 days. it becomes necessary for one people to leled in tho most barbarous ages, and to, Besides this direct influence on uudo something which ought to ly of the great increase within a be gained by a glance at the manr t - ne. Debility; Low Spirits, a thick Curdsville, July 285 days. dissolve the political bands whirh have tally unworthy the head of a civilized w eamnce of the Skm and Eyes, a dry few ifest of the cargo of a ship now on the press, the influence of brute yeitrs in the business of shipn m s'aken for Consumption. Winchester, July 29 i days. connected them'with another, and to as nation. - -- s many of these symptoms attend Among the goods force, ii the Ministry of the sume among the powers of the earth, the He has constrained our Uniontown, Aug. 45 days. ping mining machinery from the the water. s se at others very few; but the Liver of the disease, and if not u.i - ' e there are lard and lard oil, shoe Interior exercised during that pe- separate and equal station to whidi the taken captive on the high seas, to bear Columbia, Aug. 44 days. to Slates to South Africa. me, frreat suffering. wretcheJ. United ObATtl will ensue. ii leather, leather, hardware, lamp riod another influence on the au- laws of nature and of natuie's God enti- arms against their country, tobecomethe Danville, Aug. 43 days. M r htg'ily esteemed persons attest The growth of the general exuse Shepherdsville, Aug. 11 1 days. tle them, a decent respect to the opin- executioners of their friends and breth. of Simmons Liver Regulator: r ii v - H 't. Prei Ra. S W R. R. Co , Rev. port business to South Africa for goods, codfish, corn, flour, canned thors whicn, while indirect, was ions of ren, or to fall themselves by their hands. Lawrenceburg, August 18 1 days. mankind requires that they er Perry, Oa : Col K. K. Sparks, Al- He has excited domestic insurrections Versailles, Aug. 113 days. t Masterson. Esq Sheriff i. .j A ex- - der H. Stephens. Bibb Co., the last few years has been cor- meats, axle grease, turpentine, even more latal to Russian liter- should declare the causes which impel amongst us, and has endeavoored to Springfield, Aug 20 3 days. t tested its virtues, personally, and t respondingly great, and the in- varnish, manufactured wool, barb- ature, so far as its talent is con- them to the separation. - w bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers i for Dyspepsia, UiKousness -- -and Lebanon, Aug. 253 days. AVe hold these truths trf be ed wire, doors, handles, parts of cerned. Being thwarted in every Hi adarhc it is thebest medicine the crease during this year been little the merciless Indian savages, whose r r saw We tried forty other remedies Shelbyville, Aug. 25 1 days. that all men are created equal, r ocs Liver Regulator, but none Ravo less than phenomiual. During the plows, axes, cigarettes, canned attempt to tell the truth, having r Madisonville, August 264 days. - t j.o emporary relief; but tho Regu. that they are endowed by their Creator known rule of warfare is an undistinlv relic ed, but cured us M a year ending with last June, the fruits, baking powders, brooms, every manuscript mutilated and with certain unalienable rights; that guished destruction of all ages, sexes, ' LaGrange, Sept. 13 days. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. MEssEXGEK, Macon. Ga. and It carriages, nails, apples, apricots, sometimes entirely shorn of even among these are life, liberty and the pur- aud conditions. Bardstown, Sept. 15 days. rLJSSBSSI-r.Kggnggfs-s- -g OSLV BY value of the exports was $5,000,-000- . J II ZblLIN & CO., Philadelphia. Pa. In every stage of these oppressions we Paris, Sept. 23 days. Such has been the growth canned oysters, kerosene, wheat, common sense by the red ink of suit of happiness. That to secure these have petitioned for redress in the most Wjlliamsburg, Sept. 23 days. rights, governments are instituted among of business since then that it is es- clocks, medicines, evaporators, the censor, the authors began to men, deriving their just powers from the humble terms: our repeated petitions Elizabethtown, Sept. 84 days. PROFESSIONAL C0LUB1N. Vi2T Ewing, Sept. 94 days. timated the exports for the year hams, stoves, wheelbarrows, dried change their style, to write meta consent of the governed ; that whenever have been answered only by repeated injury. A prince, whose character is thus ending with the coming June, will fruit, sugar, cotton goods of many phorically, to clothe their thoughts any form of government becomes destruct- market! by every act which may define a Franklin, Sept. 145 days. ATT0H1TSTS. Horse Cave, Sept. 15 i days. 60c; and S1 ps r bex. 6 tor $5. ive of these ends, it is the right of be at least $1,000,000. Japanete File OiitminL 25 and What sorts, spokes and hubs of wheels, in all kinds of allegory in order to people to alter or to abolish it. and to the tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free Eminence, Sept. 164 days. in11 II IU)(i(i, A m 1 j tr a 50c. rtr box. Japanese Liter this means will be seen readily bj' junricaung oils, crusibles, ropes, deceive the censor and to let the stitute a new government, laying its foun- people. rmeii, au pcfefc&c Paducah, Sept 22 1 days Will cure all kirld; of Piles. Whr suffer wltfrJis ATTORXJSY AT LAW. we been wanting in attenNor have IV. ETivA xrrittn Glasgow, Sept. 30 i days. with G$1.0O boxe,. to refund glance at the figures for two or seeds and iron pipes. One of the public read between the lines. dation on such principles, and organizing a jruarante Mailed to any ad- tions to our British brethren. We have U ' Kentucky thiee previous SD, Owensboro, October 55 days. years. The value commission merchants speaks of Straightforward talk very soon be- its powers in such form as to them shall warned them, from time to time, of atBSTSold by W G. White. Druggist, Richmond. Ky. having seen many tons of iron came unknown. In every article, seem most likely, to effect iheir safety tempts by their legislature to extend an Genuantown, Oct 7 1 days of the exports for the year ending i i Firt street, up stairs. v-Greenville, Oct. 144 days. and happiness, Prudence, indeed, will with June, 1894, was $4,122,912; pipe loaded for Africa. Besides, especially in articles on internal dictate, thatgovernmentslougestablished unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. We Liberty Don't Let The Horn Worms i.UVNTE LILLY, there are in the cargo steam pumps, questions, the reading public had should not be changed for light and tran- have reminded tnem of the circumstances Farmers Home Journal. that lor the preceeding year, Destroy Your Tobacco. of our emigration aud settlement here. .1 7 TOIIXEY-TLA W, starch, plows, glassware, gloves, to find out what the author meant sient causes ; and accordingly all experand that for 1S92 was u& Hi We have appealed to their native justice WHAT DUBOIS THINKS. l m, Kentucky curtain fixtures, rubber goods, by the allegories, what he intend- ience hath sliown. that mankind are and magnanimity, and w e have conjured Time Table No. 24, In Efmore disposed to suffer while evils are A W conver Mftiu anil Second streets One reason for the increase of sporting koous, snovels, mining ed to convey by his mysteries, suflerable, than to right themselves by them by the ties of our common kindred Senator Dubois, before leaving St. Wi'l practice Jn all Hie courts of which fect May 12, 1895. shipments is that now steamers machinery, furniture and organs, roundabout phrases; but generally abolishiug the forms to which they are to disavow these usurpations, connex- Louis, upon the adjournment of the The of tobacco worms is a u .i ijoialHostintie-- ; ami Court o would inevitably interrupt our National Republican convention, said: whips, hay, clothing, soap, seeds, the authors, being more talented, accustomed. But when a long train of thing of the past, if the claims of the are available for the South Africa 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. ions and correspondence. They too 'The Democrats now liave an opportu"N. S. J." Co., Richmond, Va., be EAST BOUND No. i. No. abuses and No. 9. N0.1 3. trade. A few years ago the busi- cartridges, galvanized oilers, wire more acute in their use of language ably the usurpations, pursuing invari- have been deaf to the voice of justice and nity to redeem the pledges which they true and their claims seem to be well Ex Sea Ex Sub Ex SwJExSub. A. I) M. 0UENAUL1, 6aaie object, evinces a design to of consanguinity. oats, lumber, nectarines, than the censors, succeeded; the substantiated. We must, therefore have been making to the people for so ness of southern Africa was either mats, A. U. P. M A. M. reduce them under despotism, saved Versaes. 10 6 40 8 5S candy, can openers, tongues, hay articles appearing in print were it is their right, it is absolute to throw-oi- acquiesce in the necessity which de- many years. We offer them Senator Not only is the labor aand worrynumber Nichohsvillc .1 1 TOllXEYS AT LA W, so largely in the hands of the but the farmer gets greater 11 24 their duty IO 13 7 JS nounces our separation, and hold them, Teller in the utmost good faith. The of pounds of tobacco and a better Valley View. v 3 it SB cutters, iron bolts, refined petro understood, and the Ministry ot JOSS such go eminent, and to provide new Million. 12 ii h iiMiND, as we hold the rest of mankind enemies fight for currency reform cannot be won it 20 quality by the use of "N. S. J." Kentucky. English or in such condition that T M. guards for their future security, feueh No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. Richmond .. S 30 in war, in peace frienils. 12 15 only sailing vessels plied between leum; books, candles, paraffine the Interior could only gnash it has I2 3Qp9J th js year with anybody else. With him been the patient sufferance of these 12 2j The proprietors propose to give free UnioB.. 13 50 representatives of 1 o5 Iire and South African ports. wax, suspenders, plaj'ing cards, teeth in powerless rage. But colonies ; and such i& now the necessity We, therefore, the America, general at the head of the ticket, bearing the of cost, under certain and reasonable Moberly .. 12 31 n Second street, over Uiienank's gro- BrajsSeld 12 1 159 the United States of conditions, several hundred boxes of Panola .. 12 46 2 13 For the last three 3'ears steamers glucose, mail coaches, knives, elec- such a course demoralizes the an which constrains them to alter their for- congress assembled,' appealingin to the Democratic standard, and with the or.... the compound (each box enough for iniae. I 12 3 ganisation of tnat party at his back, we trical machinery and supplies, tlior; he gets accustomed to it, mer systems of government. hishave been sent, and although no one acre), and tobacco growers would Supreme Judge of the world, for tho rec"" I'l'IIEX D. PAERISn, the party sixty-on- e do well to write the Company at once hammocks, paper bags, tiunks, and very soon ceases to under- tory of the present king of Great Britain titude of our intentions, do, regular line has been in operation, ESTBOUND uri River. We for particulars. Many a great is a history of repeated injuriesand usurA TTORXEY AT LA W, exterminators, tomatoes, syrup, stand himself. and by the authority of the u, there are firms which send steamenable con- talent was mined, bereft of its pations, all having in direct object the Irvine Jt. '" 54 S aS Kentucky. ers out pretty regularl- - now at while duck, Florida water, wind- power and influence, by this per- establishment ol an absolute tyranny of these colonies, solemnly puc .sti . L, . .j can Panola.. 4 t d : Brassfield. .. , declare, that these united colonies are, . we Moberly the rate of about three a month mills, benzine, oils stoves, razor nicious custom. yet there was no over these states. To prove this, let and of right ought to he, free and inde will be "with them.tau ...a his fight not , , j JS Union t But they have . Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc. to candid tramp steamers and strops, coffee mills, essences, other way, if one wished to ex- facts be submitted his aassent toworld. the pendent states; that they are absolved yet brought that man forward, and they n a to paterxabihty of invention Free of There are Million He has refused 6 20 laws 3 00 I nturpasscd facilities. o Moderate terms copy press himself. ARussian,in Jul Valley View from all allegiance to the British crown, caa't do it simply because they have-no- t S 34 they take cargoes out but do not quantities of pain killers, 313 ZZZ ? mg for a patent, write rac 46- most wholesome and necessary for the KichohsYilfe 6 38 Lippincott's. ,4 ZZZ iii aud that all political connexion between got him. The South will support xeiiei, , , presses, iron sieves, picture frames, V'raiHe. J ,5 I 5 return. public good. them and the slate of Great Britain is, ana there we have 125 votes that need p PSYSICIA1TS. , .bird cages, plated ware, watches, "While comparatively few arti-He has forbidden his governors to pass THE COLLEGE "YELL." and ought to be, totally dissolved ; and With him as a leader, a '' laws of immediate aud pressing importcles were sent formerly to South dental chairs, dress goods, catathat, as free aud independentstates, they combination of the South and West etween LemcnHe ami Versailles tfeHy. . years out of ance, unless suspended in their opera- have full power tb'levy war, conclude A young man only two ecu uiutiHoaii afia .lCJMttasvJVlA I' H. R. GIBSON, Africa from here, now almost ev- logues, lawn mowers, scales, woodk I ... could be brought about that would be tion, till his assent should be obtained; hi Iar. . J Southern Railway to peace, contract alliances, establish com- the controlling influence in national afen horses, drugs, typewriters, college is under the treatment of a sur- and when so suspended, he has Ui ' ery kind ot commodity that this niiuu 7.1 AT AXD SURGEON, utterly itt v CN.O. iT. geon in a great city for to aiHSrrom iWtt bycycles, type- For many weeks this young man has not neglected to attend to them. He has merce, and to do all other acts and things fairs for half a century " y n. YOU Can SDeRd five timirc in lauu..lU .lbu .. x Kentucky. country produces is exported. paper, charts, r3re, & which independent states may of right hoars m Cincinnati or ix hours m Lexiagto Trade is drummed up, and Amer writer supplies, lead pipe, paint, spoken aloud, and he is foi bidden Or refused to pass other laws for the accom- do. And for the support of this declara return ta Richmond at V.yo p. m. A DOG IRON WORKER. For through rates and other lafdraMuon ap elms Imridlug, it ana1 20 Sec- icans are pushing their interests rooting, carts, trucks, canvas, attempt speaking for weeks to come. modation of large districts ot people, un- tion, with a firm reliance on the protecany ticket asent or address ' . .a Warn ,cw 4ru;t. applied to less those people would relinquish the tion of Divine Providence, we mutually The surgeon's knife has been Kejs, the canine employe of theUnion vigorously. Only recently the canned salmon, feed cutters and his vocal chords several times. He is of right of representation in the legislature ( HAS. HOOKER, pledge to. each other our lives, our fort- Iron Works, met with an accident reOregon mill interests have worked electrot3'pes. a right inestimable to them, and formiTitan mould and has a record as au T l'MI XARY FUHGEOX, unes, and our sacred honour. cently by which his front right leg was JL & In many, if not most, of these athlete He has managed somehow to dable to tyrants ouly. SUPPLY THE TRADE their way into the African contiJOHN HANCOCK. broken, says the San Francisco Exami 'ufliuiu Ontario Veterinary College. He has called together legislative bodproduct they can be no competi- keep up with his business thus far, but New HAMrsuiRK Josiah Bartlett, Wil- nur. Keys has been looked upon by nent, and steamers are sailing iientistry and Stenhty a Specialty. his strength appears to be tailing, and ies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and K. O. DIVISION. the officers of the iron works as one of liam Whipple. Matthew Thornton. from the north Pacific coasts to tion between this country and xi ,ir over New York Store, corner he will probably have to take to his bed distant from the repository of their pub- Massachusetts Bay. Samuel Adams, the regular workmen for about four Our factory on Laurel Street in Richt' 46tv ktrccts, Rii.hiuond mond is now running, and we are South African ports. Of course, England. Of course, Englaud can for a few days at least before he eau get lic records, for the sole purpose of fatiguIx Effect March 1, 1S06. years. He is a dog of no particular John Adams, Kobert Treat Paine, prepared to fill orders for twist of the ing them into compliance with his measthe great bulk of the shipments send no wheat. In manufactured w ell. C. JASPER, M. If . Iwauty, and his pedigree would not be Gerry. NORTH BOUXD. n Upon inquiry it has been found that ures. of ii Medicine and turEery. from this county are made from hardware, the supremacy Rhode Island, &c. Stephen Hopkins, considered by dog fanciers, but he t! LV. (Express for Cincinnati, He has dissolved representative houses ARV severe throat troubles, similar to that ' (VllinsI5iuldintr, ArainStreet. wonderful intelligence. He makes taiiaj p. it. A. M. fans, jlaysville, the port of New York, but vessels American goods is acknowledged. from which this young men is suffering, repeatedly, for opposing, with manly William Ellery. in at residence (the Curr place) on Roger Sherman, Samuel the Potrero Police Station his and Lexington BroHdwa . are dispatched also from Gulf The English goods in this line, it aie on die rapid increase, and hoarseness firmness, his invasions on the rights of Connecticut. William Williams, Oli- he is the pet of Lieut Bennet,home,near m n u n " 6.25 mail. 7.33 Huntingdon, but v m,. - - - - - Kentucky. ports and others from San Fran- is said, are heavy, without being and temporary loss of voice.of a different the people. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays- ly every workman in the ship building ver Wolcott-NeHe has refused, for a long time after, men ester and P. M. vuie, any stronger than the American, type from the like weaknesses which ac jitta" cisco. York. William Floyd, Philip Liv- concern claims the friendship of the "Pair 2.05 Lexington mail. 1'i H 11. ROBERTS..... such dissolutions, to cause otheis to be 1.05 "cold," are company the dog. ingston, Francis Lewis, Lewis Morris. The shipments from the South and while the African residents alarmingly frequent The surgeon who elected; whereby the legislative powt-- i, Livingston, London, Jel- Kentucky Jersey. Richard Stockton, John At the first tap of the gong every Brands, three grades. We can save you 1.10 lico, Pineville. J' 12 55 '' r Corner Dancan Avenue and are of wood. All the while pine stick by the old methods in farm- has been mentioned says that his pa- incapable of annihilation, have returned New Witherspoon, Francis Hcpkinson, John morning Keys has reported for duty at money. Send us a trial order; you will Fast line for Livingston, A. M. I'iMisaut Street, Paris, Ky. ing, they like light articles for tient's difficulty, and nearly all of the to the people at large, for their exercise, Espeused in South Africa is sent from 11.43 London,Jellico,Knoxville the gates of the Union Iron Works, and be glad with our products. Hart, Abraham Clark. 319 the state remaining, in the U. k t Hours. 8 to 10 a, ni., 1 to 4 p. from country merthis country. The shipments from hand use and for use around their scores of cases which have come under exposed to all the dangers mean time, Pennsylvania. Robert Morris. Benja- he has never left until a full day's work cially pleased to hear A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, P. M. chants. in , 7 to 8 p. tu. of invasion his notice, have arisen from what is 3.19. fans, Winchester. 11.43 min Rush, Benjamin Franklin, John had been accomplished. He was par-- t J t tSan Francisco are said to be main- buildings. The exports of doors known as the "college yell." Ross, White from without, and convulsions within. P. M. Rowland, Lancaster and! A. M ticularly useful in the ship yard and in Jame-Smith, Morton, George Clyraer, and sashes and made up wooden The college yell of olden days was a 1.25 Stanford. He has endeavoured to preveut the 10:10 ...ferECIAI.TIIiS... Richmond, Ky. ly of wheat. During the present 49 George Taylor, James Wilson, George the boiler shop, and the foremen of these P. 31. Rowland, Lancaster and p. ji I I iu, NttsE, Throat and Stomach year wheat has formed a verjr ware generally, together with the comparatively simple matter. It was population of these states; for that pur departments eay he was more valuable 7:40 Manford, 6:10 Ross. but it did not pose obstructing the laws for naturaliza- Delaware. Cajsar Rodney, George to them than a man for doing certain Wanted-f- in Idea large poition of all the shipments metal fittings and fixtures that noisy and tion of foreigners ; refusing to othl'K O. A. KENNEDY, your Ideas: theytnay you things are approach the sustained, complicated, ers toncourage their migrationpass kinds of work. He could crawl through ProtectJOHN WEDDERBCKN & bringPatentwealto. Read, Thomas M'Kean. from this country. The reason is go with these Write AttorChither, combiaud Washington. D. C for their trains connect at Paris Maryland Samuel Chase, William small holes in boilers and about ships, neys.lint of two bo&dred inTcntlons 81. prise offer fiSTOut-goinII ) bICIAXAXI) SVRGEOX, and wanted. the African wheat crop failed, enormous. In structural iron nation now prevalent. This ebullition, and raising the conditions of new approthat with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, and his particular work was to carry Paca, Thomas Stone, C. Carroll, of i Nr, Kentucky. Maysville and intervening points. and the Australian crop was an goods the exports are light, which though called, as above, tho "college" priations of lands. tools, bolts, nuts, rivets and other small g trains connect at Wixchbs-te- r He nas obstructed the administration would argue that Africa is not yet yell, is by no means confined to educa 1 t ii, Smith Building, No. 204 Main Street, np utter lailure. with Lexington and points west, Virginia. George Wythe, Richard articles needed by workmen who had of justice, by refusing his assent to laws ' t hourmtoi and 4 to s o'clock. tional institutions Every ' scrub" and Mt Sterling and points east Henry Lee, Thomas Jefferson, Benja- cawled into such places, and to have What the future has in store anxious to have very tall buildtrains connect at Livingson eery vacant lot, and every for establishing judicirav powers. them creep back and forth for which min Harrison, Thomas Nelson, Jr., Ae has made judges dependent on his ton with Cumberland Gap, Knoxville, for the business relations of this ings. "mission baud" has its own peculiar l'K JOILN il. FOSTER, Francis Lightfoot Lee, Cuter Braxton. w ould have caused considerable loss of Louisville and intervening points. Ordinarily the time of the ship's Even the young ladies have will alone, for the" tenure of their offices, K ..mono, trains connect at Rowland Kentucky country and South Afrfca would North Carolina. William Hooper, t:me. Keys thoroughly understood his !" finales to rhymed and tbe amount and payment of their from here to the African their If you want the best Washing Ma- (near Stanford) with Cumberland Gap, ork, and he was always on hand when seem to be almost without limit. passage Joseph Hewes, John Penn. reciting the strong points salaries. chine that fs made, ono that a child Knoxville, Louisville and intervening neededRecently a steamer was placed r "I1 one at ofGce and rehidence. One of the things which work ports is about thirty days, it is of their seminaries and tennis-club- s points. V He has erected a multitude of new of- South Carolina. Edward Rutledge, on the dry dock for repairs, and and the dog, can operate, call on, or address, yTrains do not stop where no time against the shipping firms is Afri- cheaper to ship freight from here boating associations. The youth of our fices, and sent hither swarms of officers, Thomas Heyward, Jr., Thomas Lynch, realizing that his services might be V . EVANS, M. D., is specified. Cuas. Waller, to those ports than from England. land seem to have organized en masse to harass our people, and eat out their Jr., Arthur Middleton. ca's paucity of good harbors. HarFor additional, information, inquire of R' tiMOND, Georgia. Button Gwinnett, Lyman needed, by the workmen, was climbing a Kentucky Richmond, Ky. K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of way The freights are less. One feature and every organization has its character substance. ladder to the dock whan ho slipped and SS?Agents wanted. Hall, George Walton retired from the practice of medicine bor improvements are under other agents. He has kept among us. in times of istic shall it be called by so refined a '" 'r ears ago, forreaso..: bet known to xny of the trade of England and Amerfell about twenty feet The men picked example at ' atn offer n,v professional services to the there, however, as for name as "shout" ? would be peace, standing armies, without tho conhim up, and making a stretcher of some ana siy. Persons J KiJixaond" Hud olticc nrsx ucor desir Port Natal, the port of Natal, ica with South Africa is the differ- even more expressive"Bellow" " sent of our legislatures. (" cv itnices wul than "yell yi?VirFlii nariu ifv pieces of canvas carried him to the police c "Deaiherage oa Second terms of sale. Engresidence of X. ii. He has affected to render the military Uuder these circumstances it is not where the depth of the channel ence in their station and sent for a physician to set the independent vocal chords that broken limb. IT TICKLES YOU at the bar was increased from lish merchants, the commission strangepeople the suffering, and of our civil power. of, and superior to, the 1K T. J. TAYLOR, are are even THE INSTANT RELIEF rou en fsob houses of this city, say, are ready young 1SS2 to 18S2 by seven feet and He has combined with others to subin danger of extinction. The general Zitumer in Afcdudne and Surgery, The depth in 1S92 to give six months credit to the sentiment is that their outbursts provide ject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET, Kentucky seven inches. S'D African dealers, whereas Ameri- a safe nud perfectly moral vent for their constitution, and unacknowledged by was thirteen feet eight inches. id resilience on Third Hiroet. Corrected Weekly. "What America has to look for can houses draw promptly for all superabundant animal spirits. People our laws; giviug his assent to their acts and the financing is are called cruel who find fault with of pretended legislation : 8 to 10c lb Butter. ward to mav be seen Irom a com shipments DENTAL SUaffEST. For quartering large bodies of armed and Colic. Cramps, Dlarrhcea,Flffr. Cholera CUR ES Morbus, Nausea, Changes of Water, 6 to 7c doz ligga done at the London offices, which them but exFACTS FOR FARMERS. parison of the figures of its etc lead to dangerous diseases, and troops among us: Chickens (live) 5c lb Ml A. WILKES SMITH, H EALS Cuts. Burns, Bruises, Scratches, Bites of J?or protecting" them, by a mock trial, of England. simplifies matters for a New York must not be allowed to go unchecked. Animals. Serpents, Bugs, etc. ports and those 10c lb Chickens (spring) BREAKS UPBadColds.LaGrippe.Influen2a, DEXTALUDRGEOX, Experts tell us that at least half of from puuishment for any murders which : Croup, Sore Throat, etc America's exports to South Africa firm. 5c lb horses to act promptly Ducks (live) .'.T, Teach your they should commit on the inhabitants K' HitjND, Kentucky race do not breathe correctly There are said to be about twen- the human Good, 10tol2jclb Shells Eterrwliero tastes good, does good every tiuc were $3,500,000 in 1S93 and when you speak to them; by doing so you 5heeso of these states: at Z5C ans cue rer Borae. nonuier. no ray. Sold . Sic lb .ard ty commission houses in New A much larger proportion do not know S04li30BUl&stvoAalosaa!flfcMfcniahiZSctcula. For cutting off our trade with all parts may save yourself much annoyance. 0r:c Smith budding. Main Street. Office England's were $46,000,000. The how to properly utter their words, or. SPRINGFIELD. O. HERB MEDICINE CO. 1 Sees wax 209,1b ' ' jo ta 12 M ; 1:00 to 4 J. M. AfriTo do the best work in keeping down r i'ractice limited to dentistry. rather, use their voices. Abdominal of the world total exports of manufacturers York sending goods to South ginseng $2.o0clb ' at .. A t .. S - 1 i I i For imposing taxes on us without our the weeds the cultivation should be besides these there are, of breathing and the art of speaking t f I 11 to 12c lb from this county last year were in ca, and Wool (No 1) J l MOKbAN. consent: commenced before the weeds get well J.A.VATKS. throat are rare great many direct ship- through a 7 to 8c lb ijurry and Cott the neighborhood of $200,000,000, course a For depriving us, in many cases, of the started. morgan & many of the largo manufac accomplishments; but the learned say benefits of trial by jury : jreen hides. 3J to 4c lb half of Germany's, pers, or less than that if our boys and girls would only horse has frequent fits of col- Dry hides . . 5 to 6c lb DEXTJSTS, j. turing firms makiug their own breathe and shout in the proper manner For transporting us beyond seas to be ic When a it indicates chronic indigestion, and leathers (new) 'ichm3nd, Kentucky. and less than a quarter of Eng- . . . 35c lb 3IASUFACTUBEB XD DEALER is not so long ago they could make just as much noise as tried for pretended offences: care should be taken in feeding and watland's. Yet American raanufac shipments. It system of ering. Tbe Farmers Union. For abolishing the free did a large part of the in tlie wrong way, and could 'yell" fJrrica Main Street, over Madison National 1 turing plants- - are capable of turn- that. Boston Foreign - ud - Amerfcu - liuble Pwrtl efJilj EiearsM RiUi m kfltlnn Mnj. by the "United from .morning till night witiiout any ill English laws in a neighboring province, shipping done establishing therein an arbitiary governing out twice the amount of goods etreuts upon their, throats. Southern Railway will sell tickets good J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, States to South Africa, but now The The farmer who has had no education and the mission band ment, and enlarging its boundaries, so as requisite for the supply of this fetween all all points on its lines at bulk of it is done from this may not find available the instruction to tender it at once an example ami; fit has gained by observation and. experi ate of one and ' UM3ND, iToiiBS, Tablets, Kentucky. country in a year. One of the the the uid the training which will teach them instrument for introducing the same, ab- ence a great deal of. knowledge ot the imited fare for the round trip, on July-i- i as a city. LTkadstones, Urxs, ,rW. ande & work a specialty. hours-- things, not always spoken of kind that form basis ol the natural .sci Office bridge rule into these colonies: 7 a The, steamers call at Various to "yell'1 scientifically and without harm, solute taking away our charters, abolish- ences, hut we should not call him a sci and 3d, and for trains scheduled to Kine. Main street. OPice For J manufacturer, that South Africa but our schools imd colleges should cer'' um.itojp, n around South Africa, JTossel tainly see to it that, since their students ing oar most valuable laws, and altering, entist because bis knowledge is not sys each their destinations before noon of got from here is $1,000,000 worth ports FINE WORK A SPECIALTY fuly 4th ; all tickets will be limited to Bay, iDelagoa Bay, Tamatave, are allowed, and even encouraged to fundamentally, tho forms of our govern tematically arranged or nly 7th, 1896. It of rum, which" was sent outiu one Ea-ji His isolated facts have to the farmer no r. London, Algoa Bay, Port liave "yells," they are taught to utter ments : Your Trade Sclitited.Tjwf well known understod relation ono with year. JFJor suspending our own legislatures, them in the most approved) way. Our Elizabeth, Port Natal, .Gape Town the other. The real scientist may have D. P. Armer is receiving lite spring of the exports invested with Work delivered to aoy piurtalHii& and Naturally most proferora of "elocution and voice-cu- l AH tha way t6 Dela ture" and so on. power to legislate for us in all cases what observed less than the farmer, anil "in :ock of, Jewelry and Novelties, BOBae- .would do well to devote.themselves State. UkWWrite tor Designs and for, Africa are staples,, but some Mair mg- - entirely new. The latest tads in' oue sen&e may know less, but his knowl-lgeBav, the port of the "Transvaal; to this department Fralit Leslie's soever." . " Opposite Glywk'B.) Ericas. .,, fancy article, among, .them bicy- goo wMcb gsarati, in a convenient iornff orlwa muL government 'jhere, He has abdicated here',- In Weekly. ' T go r thbroMlytc 'itKL ia. fact aayt&iaryo mrclMuit introduced there. the consignments . Irom Country Produce ISnght and cles are being . GEO. i -- . .. by declaring us oat of life protection, and iiftk'rvbwfr'aotoniV tbe facta . !, k fOwiM V mad tel J s''Ti-- . UcweirreMKWH umv u jhomhk-.liwtotk . t waeinz waraeaiustus. , JftfcurttiMi p- Sold. Highest Csb Jfarket A, 'good man medicines are sent Iheoiiship. Uoodjjiortneam r "A l ' I' T- - fTflit...it TrY .1 UtUo. -J. - ? - - iftr ' MfclWW- I'Tlrtin dm V MP BUnain waBHHnHaiiMaiMVBaaMamataaHaMKW p He has pluaderjed our sens, rjtVfafllMtr ( iBoeeSun: line' of tesi J&pj earner iiife to be oier. "I'f.iPjU. apUa-- ' !, -. i w ??mi e V i r rivnvrMl c T 1 5 s '0j"5?507t.., RdfoA do you FAP ER? 1 & 1 Absolute&y puke - ,- 1 insertion-Obituarie- i nt 1 I i I We have 'em, aud the best that are L DOY OU WANT MO WRR made. fellow-citizen- s, -- L -- st 91 CULTIYATOES Now's the time these machines. ! -- ! T-- t: Siiookelford 8 entry, itr NVFAuTt-KE- lk SMlPMl If& I SI o A R.N, ih n. New Preventive! g hand-pickin- i 4 l' ... ! 12 . -- I 4L Jones Ejg" -- 3 J -- 1 voice-failur- e. .'22-2- Jetfij. I I -' - 27- I K. E. E. V ge pos-siss- es 1 1 i i l-- - s 0 d, voice-tatteriu- g g O- SiS SOU g Car-rolto- n. Out-goin- ball-tea- m Mies! Out-goin- g war-cr- y. Out-goin- g "ciss-boom-a- h s, - .... V X 1 LIGHTNING HOT DROPS throat-weakne- ss throat-abuo- e .".... ....... i2 -- :-- ... well-opene- d IIi tt n i 1iittfw$j I m m. A .' yates, ...".... Madison Monumental "Works. k. ball-tea- m one-thir- d first-cla- ss J 1 9 -- i.H.NEFF&CO. Strt. t .- -It ." 4 '; Li ls,-lad- nlver-Bovet- - Kxyfed?t-. Si m rO:;0XIWriMr. -- jpei-iBiW- . -- 1- . i sr .1 ? :'."Rrf -- . -- i - If 7' n. T-- , !i JtiV. - f"9" MBSg!flrfiT,BffrTtega : -- ' i.iirii7i " ' J&I n-f- -- It ?' il i i -- r.' i r e; ? i-- "Si . i .. , - 191 4- - ft i THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTON, PUBLISHED KVEBY WKBNE3DAT BY Populist ami Democratic are their figures : JRep. 80,957 10.20S -- 143.697 Kansas Minnesota 147,944 22,103 Montana . Nebraska (1895). 79 150 3,861 Nevada 23.723 N. Dakota t. Oregon 41.034 40,401 S. Dakota- "34,281 "Washington -- vote. Dem. 66,712 7,121 118,329 87,973 15.505 70,566 6,223- - Hel Pop, 6667 r E. Editor. Colorado- .D. P. ARMER, - - - - Manager. Idaho 7,07 26,7$) 53.977 10,714 10,214 678 8,183 17,493 8,755 14.271 Th- - Climax Printing Co. PER YKAli, JULY 1. PttICK $1.50. -- WEDNESDAY, CANDIOATCS - ' 1896. 9,354 26,033 26,568 25.140 ANNOUNCEMENT. Total- - 63S.376 45S,524 154,72, ouht to do is to go to Chicago with their mind; Joiik S. Owsi ey, of Lincoln county, is made up to support the nominee whoa candidate for Congress, to represent ever he may be; unless they do that and the th District, subject to the action of stick to their resolution, the Democrats the Democratic party. wont have any more show than leaves Pryor Foree, of Shelby county, is a in a cyclone. candidate for Congress, to represent the 8th district, subject to the action of KOSWELL P. FLOWER HAS AN the Democratic party. IDEA. FOR COKGKESSS. What the western fellows FOR JUDGE OF THE COURT OF Ari'EAlA Judge W S. Payor, of Henry county, is to the office of a candidate for Judge oi the Conrtof Appeals, from this District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Owsley, what did Jim Jewell say? "We are for the Chicago nominee, be he Bland, Teller or Cleveland. Will anybody deny that Grant and and Jim Jen ell w ere right ? si I National Democratic Convention at Chicago next Tuesday, and it looks like Bland with a Teller slough J. 8. Owsley, Jr., candidate for Con gress, this district, announces his withdrawal, leaving Foree and Thompson in the field. A great misfortune is liable to befall Mr. Hobart, Republican candidate for Vice President, should he visit Kentucky somebody will be sure to mistake him for Wood Dunlap. To the world, Gov. Flower said: "There is no doubt that the State Democratic Convention will send asouud money delegation to Chicago. I can tell you if the Democratic newspapsrs of New "York City desire the election of a Democratic President and work to this end, it will be easily accomplished. They circulate largely in the State of New York, New Jersey and Conneticut, and wield a great influence. If they would pledge themselves to exert their influence toward carrying those three States on a platform that would provide for a tariff for revenue enough to support the Government, and for the present standard of money aud all the different kinds of issues of it, as ordered by the Government, at par with gold, so that the delegation from New York could go to Chicago pledging the convention that we could carry New York, New Jersey and Conneticut, I believe that the South and West or enough electoral votes from them could be obtained to elect a Democratic President" teach young idera that "thoughttakes men out of servitude juto freedom." CORRESPONDENCE..! J. W. Masters Co. have announced that they will adopt the cash system the first of, July. Is what gives Hood's Sarsaparilla IU great BEREA. popularity, Its constantly increasinfj Ike M. Asher, wife and two children, "Well, the great event of the year has returned last week from a pleasant visit sales, and enables it to accomplish Its wonderful and unequalled cures. The come and gone, and with it Laqdeparted of a few days with the former's mother, combination, proportion and process Pineville, many of the students to their distant Mrs A. "W. Pickering, at used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla homes. Three graduates!; one a negro, Air. Edwanl George and Miss Stone, are unknown to other, medicines, and from Elizabethtown, were the result of of Frankfort, were married in that city make Hood's Sarsaparilla the 10 months session of old Berea last Tuesday. His many friends here President Frost announced that wish hirn joyB of matrimonial bliss- probably they would have twenty-fiv- e Mrs. W. E. Chase and daughter, Miss cures a wide range oJ diseases because next year. The day was bright ana Nina, returned after a few weeks visit It ot its power as a blood purifier. It acts pleasant and the usual rain was not in with relatives and friends in Ohio. Thev-directly and positively upop the blood, evidence as in former years. About t were accompanied on their return home and the blood reaches every nook and 3,000 people were present and the large by corner of the human system. Thus ail the former's father, Mr. A.Sopene, of the nerves, muscles, bones and tissue auditorium was crowded to its utmost, Catlettsburg. come under the beneficent influence of while as many were outside on the spaMr. A. Sopene accidentally cut his left cious green Sward. Very few intoxicated wrist very seriouslj-- Monday morning persons were seen, and the dav passed while at work building a boat for the oil' quietly. Rev. H. M. Penniroan, of Southern Lumber Co. Dr. Northcutt Chicago, preached the sermon and the was called and dressed the wound College Glee Club furnished the music. Rev. Green Stalker preached at Bctl el Our railroad agent has been busy every checking last Sunday to a large crowd. The One True Blood Puriner. $1 per bottle. day bince selling tickets aud Rev. R. B. Baird will preach at Syloara care IJrer Ills; easy to baggage for the departiug visitors and HOOu S PlIIS take, easy to operate. 23c. students, aud Berea will be deserted and uexc Sunday. ., Merit HAVING DECIDED TO gis mm ! i ' 111 Col-lee- e. Peculiar to Itself IS1 BUSINES CLOTHING, NOTIONS, QUIT Q 3 Sill .7? bd T K BHH WW mile- - As soon as I can dispose of my stock of goods, I hereby announce that on and after this date my entire M Pi MM Hood's .Si ra Sarsaparilla 11 j mm fc in i ill Pi IH qujet during the summer. The Slate Lick Campmceting has been postponed, having been announced for July 4 to 6. It w ill probably be held in A ui:u8t if at all. Several campers are already there for a months outing, and the cottages are being recovered and the grounds improved. If the meeting is held it will discard the Sanctiflcation or e Holiness preachers anil have the Methodist divine, with the Revs. Geo. Stuartj- Talmage and Jones as the A new auditorium will draw ing cards. be built w ith a seating capacity equal to High bridge and many more new cottages will be put up and all neccessary improvements made to make s it a real old time Kentucky Telegraph and e on the grounds and probably telephone connection with Berea and old-tim- ttt EDENTON. is good Corncrops look well. Wheat all cut, but the crop is very small. Blackberrj crop fast. and ripening - camp-groun- d, Roht Teater is having a new barn built. He fell from a scaffold yesterday, crushed his ankle, dislocating his ankle joint. He is sufl'eriug very much. James Vincent's httlp daughter had her foot mashed verj badly a few weeks ago by part of the monument of old Air. Bill Ferrel falling on it; but she is improving now. Allen Vincent lost a nice a pig besides other injuries doue his slock on his farm. first-clas- out-and-o- ut camp-grouu-d. post-offlc- Since last issue of the Climax, the states of Texas, Illinois, Wisconsin, New York, Indiana and Ohio have held their Democratic conventions and all is now ready for theChicago convention. auHarvey, the thor of "Coin's Financial School," says that the Democrats, as Democrats, can't win at November, but must fuse with Eepubli the Populists and cans so there! much-talked-abo- ut PERSONALS J Mr. Billy Letcher is home from Yale. MLss Nannie Heath is at home from school. Miss Mary Spencer Smith has returned from Danville. Capt. S. F. Rock has returned from a breif stay in Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs. A. D. Flora, of Campbcllsville, came up last week on a visit. Miss Alniira Tribble is visiting fnends and relatives at Point Level and Paiut Lick. Miss Ruuh McDonald, of Chileshnrg, Fajctte county, is vibiting Miss Mattie free-silv-er WILL .NEED HIM. A member of the Lexington Blackburn club is six feet eight inches tall. He is probably the only member who will be in sight of the Blackburn boom for Pres- ident. MT. Shitllet. Mrs. Willis Hisle leaves y for Independence, Mo., to visit her sdu, Mr. Sam Hisle. Mr. and Mrs. R C. H. Covington returned last Wednesday and are boarding at Capt. Thorpe's. Mrs Joe Long, of Cincinnati, returned home Mondav after spending a few dajs with her friend, Mrs. D. P. Araier. Dr. Hardin W. Bright, of Knoxvillc came hick to his old home last week from a visit to his father w ho ia ill. The Hon. Mr. Aslilejy 6f Michigan to-daex-Se- Richmond. Jas Baner left Saturday for his home in Ohio. Mrs. W. S. Young continues very feeble and Dr. Poyntz, of Richmond, has been to see her several times lately. We hope for her speedy recovery. Rev. Tom Wyatthas bee.n ill with flux, but is up again. Mr Hamilton, our jeweler, has left us for richer fields. Married On Thursday, at the home of the bride, at Slate Lick, by Rev. H. L McMurray. Mr. O P. Green, !of Winchester, to Miss Annie Gillen, daughter of Robert jGillen. The groom is a rail road man of good position, and the bride one of Madison's prettiest girls. After a short tour they will bejat home to their friends at Slate Lick Mr. Charles Lester continues to improve and Mr A.J.Hanson has recovered sufficiently to be at his post of dutj again. d Mr. Joe Tood and Miss Amanda were married last Thursday by the Rev. Mr. Fee, at the home of Tice Gab-bar- d Gal-bar- ttt WALLACETON. Most of of the Wallaceton folks to the commencement atBerea last w ent j'. Wed-nesda- Jack Stephens, who has been confined to his room for some time, is able to be about again. Burnam Bright's little child is very ill. Aliss Ima Soperand little nieces Cora and Lela Ward, who have been here ou a visit for three weeks, returned to their home in Lancaster. Died on the 22 inst, Joe Patterson, oue of the oldest cisizens in the countj He was buried at the old family grave He was about-8j'ears old 8i ES Judge Tipton, the long editor and sound money man of the Climax is bo pleased with McKinley's prospects of election and the platform upon w Inch he 6tands that he has placed in hi3 office window, a spleudid likeness of the Ohio Come, Tip, and join us, Napoleon. there is plenty of room for all good men like yourself. Pantagraph. NotbO long as theie is a Democratic party, and should that part- - cease to exMight ist, we will flock by ourself. swallow Teller if nominated at Chicago, but can't say for certain. HOW Rev. Green N Todd attended school examinations at Alt. Blackberries sh in- here to ... No great preparations are bti. ., ade here for the glorious Fourth of July?" Good bje June, with jour leaves and fl"aers; your ripening grain and sing- 'osing schools. Welcome-J-u- lx tothe Sceptre Time, take your place at the head of our march and have jour name adorn ourletter headsand hnsiuess trans- TJctions; preside over onr summer time and temper vour heat to our sweltering natures; keep tiie pestiferous chearge so warm, however, that he will seek other pastures than our feeble bodies, and bring us the ripening peach and juicj apple in his stead. We bid j ou enter pomp and splenthe 8rena with all dor and bring us good Democratic news from Chicago.- - u 'or, etc, 'a'- S-- !' ident, the beautiful harvest and the THE STATKS CJiil " . VIITW Jr., of New port, Ky., . Sunday in this city, and from all appearance 'cupid" has played its part . . ,i e, the conventions have been held well. Miss Crenshaw, of Richmond, Va., u.nddbe votp standa as hereunder: dellgates sold silver formerly Miss Annie Clay, this county. 22 is spending the bummer with relatives 22 Alabama .......... 16 16 in Kentucky. Arkansas 18 Dr. J. M Pyyntz and California.......... 18 N. B. 8 Deatherajre are at Richmond, Va., par - 8 Colorado 12 12 Connecticut ticipants in the great reunion of the Con6 Delaware federate vetenus. - 6 26 26 Georgia Mr. William Bennett was present at--1 8 Florida the hying of the corner stone of the 6 Sue 6 Idaho Bennett Memorial school at London, 4S Ky., 48 Illinois last Tuesday. 30 30 Indiana ML, All Iowa I W 26 20 26 16 Louisiana12 Maine Maryland 16 Massachusetts ... 30 Michigan 2S 18 Minnesota... Mississippi ... . 18 .. ..- - 34 Missouri 6 Montana - 16 Nebraska 6 Nevada New Hampshire. 8 20 New Jersey New York 72 North Carolina- - 22 North Dakota... 6 ... 46 Ohio.... Oregon - 8 Pennsylvania.... 64 Rhode Island .... 8 South Carolina... 18 8 South Dakota .. 24 Tennessee Texas 30 8 Vermont. Virginia 24 Washington S West Virginia... 12 Wisconsin 24 Wyoming 6 District Columbia 2 2 Arizona New Mexico...... 6 2 Oklahoma Kansas Kentucky - 26 20 26 16 12 16 30 28 18 18 34 6 16 6 8 20 Quite a singular coincidence occured a Berea last Wednesday. The late Dr. 0. T. Azbill left a large family, and singular as it rnay seem, there was never a death Miss Bridgeforth, of Sterling, who but his own among them. All are marhas often visited the Misses Chenault, ried but one daughter, and have been this place, was married, last week to separated in their lives until theabove Mr. Gay. Several persons from Rich- date when, by no preconcerted arrange meiit but bj mote accident thej-- all met mond were present. at Beiea unexpectedly for the first time. A happj gathering it was, and they celebrated it bj" having a large group pic1SINGLE SENTENCES FROM SEV- ture taken. The name, of the members of this numerous family being: Mrs I. XTflTPS-- --- FRO C. Davis, Airs. T. J. Bickuell. Mrs. J. L. Lusk, Mrs. P. Corneilus. Mrs. Laura Zaring, Watts, Burns, Simmons, Herbert William Broadley has Jones, and Miss Bettie Azbill ; W. D., Charlej' and Cj' Douglas biked to Crab C. AI. and A. H. Azbill ten children been appointed Consul for Great aud Orchard by way of Lancaster, Sunday their mother. and returned 72 miles. Britian at New York City. George 15. M. Hale went to Lexington and back before 11 o'clock. Miss Curraleen Smith will soon join the cj clists, having nearly completed u series of lessons. Rock, Burns and Wells went bj way of Winchester to Lexington and returned Suudaj' before last. Aliss Cohen, of Woodford, jdined heart, ily with the young cyclista while visiting her brother, Air. Jlatt Cohen, this place. Ted Burns and Joe Giunchigliani hiked to Cynthian, by wajf of Lexington, and Burns returned that night 123 miles. Watch charm found at Foxtown, supposed to have been lost pj-- bikeman. Call at Climax office and Iea e description. Aliss Estill Walker has conquered the bike and is now a graceful rider. She, however, fell Monday and pain fully injured an arm. 6 46 8 64 8 18 8 24 : 24. 4 4 24 4 8 Indian Territory 2 6 Utah A 1 a elm - Total 910 345 595 THEY DON'T TALK RIGHT. Republicans and Western Populists are not talking like men who mean to support the Chicago nominee. They say Uiat nobody but Teller, of Colorado, can win. That speech .means propably that they wont support any body but Teller. As remarked, last week. Teller is a Republican United States Senator. He withdrew from the St, Louis Republican national convene tion because he did not like the coinage, plank adopted. He can Republican docswallow the simon-pur- e trine protection and all. He is the man above an otners, wno can win over McKinley, say the western Republicans and Populists. They continue to make figures to sustain their position. They demonstrate that in eleven states of the West the Republican vote in 1894 wae nearly equal to the combined Democratic and Populist vote, and that when a liberal, per cent m deducted from the Democratic vote on account of noasd money inea whaVill refuse to vote for. ireeaUvar asiid&te,s the RopuUicMi r prate wjM be gteatartbM the combined free-silv- er anti-ire- The North American Bund at Louisville has refused to Air. and Airs. Jno. K. West, of Garrard, admit women to membership. were the guests of Dr. & Alrs.H. K. Train wreckers made an unsuc- Middleton Wednesday. Alisses Julia Higgius, Nannie Douglas cessful attempt to derail a Lake and Anna Belle Harber were the guests Shore express west of Norwalk, O. of Dr. and Airs D. L. Fry, Wednesday. Galveston, Tex., is to have two Airs Alartha Arnold and niece, Aliss new grain elevators, "with a com- Alary Etta Abram, of Crab Orchard,spent bined capacity of 600,000 bushels. last week with Airs. W. P. Prewitt Airs. G. W. Burton and daughter, Ali&s Detroit will celebrate on July Etta,have returned from a visit to rela11 the. centennial anniversary of tives near Louisville. the evacuation of the city by the Dr. Arthur Burtou, recently a graduBritish. ate ol the Louisville Dental College is at Prol. Jordan, of Stanford Uni home resting up for a few weeks Miss Nannie Saunders, of Booneville, versity, will sail with the new Seal is visiting Aliss Ella Burton. Commission expedition from SeatAir. J. F. Walker, of Lancaster, spent tle, Wash. Sunday with friends here. Mrs. Julia 0. Daly, of Chicago, At noon on Wednesday. June 24, at the has given real estate in that city Ptesbj'terian church in this place. .Rev. and Aliss valued at $10,000 to Commander Wm. R, Potter marriage. Julia A. Jones were united in The ceremony Booth's Volunteers. was pronounced by Reg. T. D. Wither-spooof Louisville. The attendants The International League of were Alisses Kathleen Poyntz and Press Clubs, at Buffalo, N. IT., has Air Gordgn and Erue-- t elected Harry D. Vought, of Buf- Jonfe. The bridal couple left on the af falo, President. ternoon traiu for Tennessee to visit the John W. Yerkes has been se- parents of the groom. On their return lected as one of the five members they will be at home to their many friends at Dr. H. K. Aliddleton's. of the Republican National Executive Committee. VALLEY VIEW. The Fidelity Deposit Company, Born, to the wife of Pierce Masters the of Baltimore, Md , will be held re- 23rd inst, a boy. John W. Jones left last Tuesday for his sponsible for $10,000 of the alleged home at Kokomo, Ind. shortage of ex tax Collector S Gr. Capt Wygant and son, of Richmond, Sharp, of Lexington. honored our city with a visit Thursday. Mr. Gladstone, in a recent letter Mrs C. W. Hutchinson has returned to a clerical friend writes: "My to her home at Keene after a pleasant opinion of t&e Turkish Govern- stay witn relatives rana inenas tno past week. i ment as now exhibited to the Miss Viola Million, of Richmond, was world is that ib is the greatest in our city, one day last week. .She has scourge to mankind and the great- been engaged tojeachbe. public school est scandal and disgrace to relig- heretwhicb Ehe will"begin the firstlMon- patrons should ion including tbireligioHf oiM&r davJin SeDtembeK The &! rvrond in securing Midi an efficient hornet to loafegtfOH the face of juad'abte bHrtracterjV-Khoee,- . motived to n, Turner ttf KIKKSVILLK. Alluding to the many transformations wrought bj' bicycles, the Philadelphia Times describes the scenes of that city, and which doubtless can be duplicated in many other localities: 'Whatever else thej- - have done, bicylces have changed the whole face and complexion of things at the suburban resorts close to the city along the main line of the Pennsv-lvanirailroad. TJsual-lj- when the afternoon trains drew up there vvasa great array of prancing horses and handsome equipages, often with a prettj- - woman, wife or daughter down to meet hubbj' or papa at the train. Very often there was two horse3 and a coachman and sometimes a footman behind. Alauy had regular station wagons built to hold an entire family. Now all is difYou seldom see any cavalcacde ferent. coin-pletelj' a ttt ibe earth 3 "- - ..J1 M at the station. The stables are empty, and the coachmau'saccup&tion like that of Othello, is gone. Instead mamma is at the station standing by her wheel in the most conservative of bloomers and the daughters are balancing themselves, with no skirts to speak of, on their bikes WJeu the train arrives papa rushes forward to the baggage car and gets his wheel, on which he has ridden from his place of business to Broad Street station, aud, afterthat, it is a family race home, in which, as usual, the head of the household generally gets left. In hundreds of instances stables some of them expensive, aie empty and only used to store" bicycles, which do not require a coachman do not have to be groomed do not run a away and do not require a coach mau in lively. In fact, the iavorite form of invitation now is: 'Come out on your bike and wo wilt meet you oil ours.'" We extract from an editorial in the New ""York Evening Post of June 2, in which the.editor argues that ihe cause of hard times in most industifeajis owing to the bicycle lheatneal managers say they have had the jpoorest.'season for many years, and that after palTont and anxious Bearch for the cause!they Jwvo found it inthe bicycle crawsM Theysty luat rtotoniy ao young men anp euhu?; as, bul old men and womea savi 6 up.Aheir ithiyaMtv monov in buv"wleoIs--Thfeitoelf.ic it. n ' " of told for having bought the wheels they ride on them in the evening instead of going to placesof amusement. Thej- - ride also on Saturday afternoons and in Chicago they ride so universallj' on Sundays that the theaters, which formerly gave successful performances on that daj have discontinued them. The Sabbatarian might find encouragement in this fact w ere it not true that the churches are suffering almost as severely as the theaters from the Bamc cause ts Business men are as loud in their as the theater managers. The watchmakers and jewelers Bay they are nearly ruined; that all pin money which people saved formerly with the which to buy watches and jewelry now goes for bicycles; that parents, instead of presenting a boy with a watch on his birthdav-- , now give him a bitw entj'-fircycle, and that all the family economy is now conducted with the object of equipping every boy and girl, as well as father and mother with a wheel. The confectioner cries "me too" to this plaint, declaring that about all the business he does is in chew ing gum, ice cream, and solt drinks, while his candies find few The tobacco manufacturer customers. s says he ib the worst hit of all, siuce care to smoke on the road lor which theie is reason for profound gratitude and the journals of the trade say it is a fact that the consumption of cigars is decreasing at the rate of a million a day, the total decrease since the craze became general averaging no less than 700,-000.000 a year. Instead of sitting idle and smoking most of the day. hundreds of men now ride, and smoke onlj' when they arc resting. The tailor, the hatter, the bookseller, the shoemaker, the horst dealer, and the riding master, all tell similar tales of woe. The tailor says that so manj' men go about half the tinio in cheap bicycle suits that thej- - do not wear out their good clothes half as rapidly as formerly. The batter saj--s so many of them wear cheap caps, in which there is no profit to. the maker, that their hats last them twice as long as heretofore The shoemaker says he is even worse off, for while thej- - buj- - cheap shoes for the biovdei they do not oven wear these out, and they refrain from walking much in any kind of shoes w batev er, so that his Iofs is almost total. The bookseller people who are rushing about on saj-- s wheels, davs, nights and Sundaj-s- , no longer read anything, and his business has become practically worthless. As for the horse dealer, stable keeper, and riding master, it is notorious w hat has happened to them. Thej- - are no longer "in it " and, like the horse, are? drug in the inaikjt. Even the saloon keeper groans, for he says that while manj- - riders drink beer, the number who take "soft drinks" is mcc'i larger, while the number who lake "hard drinks" is diminishing, which must he the care in a pastime which cannot be followed with an unsteady head. But the greatest gainer of all is the American race. An eminent phvsiciau that "not w ithin 200 is quoted as sav-inyears has there been any one tbim: which has so benefited mankind as the invention of the bicycle," that 'thousands upon thousands of men and women who till within a few never got any outdoor exercise to speak of, are now devoting half their time to healthy recreation, ars strengthening and developing their bodier, and are not only reaping benefit themselves, but are preparing-th- e way for future generations which will be born of health' parents." There is no doubt about this- - As a people the Americans have never taken sufficient outdoor exercise. We have been a nation of dyspeptics, simply because we did not take sufficient physical exerciseto develop and strengthen our bodies. The bicj'-cl- e is a wonderful builder up and purger of the It not only abolishes in digestion and dyspepsia, but rids the system of that curse of middle and old age, rheumatism, and thus adds enormously to the national good nature as well as to the sum happiness. As a social revolutionizer It bus never had an equal. It has put the human race on wheelsand thus changed completely many of the most ordinary processes and methodB of social life. It is the great leveler, for not till all Americans got on bicycles was the great American principle that everj- - mauls just as good as any other man, and generally a little better, fully realized, All are ou equal teims, all are happier than ever before, and the sufferers in pocket from this universal fraternitj- - and good will may as well make up their minds to the new order of things, for there will be no return to the old. The true philosopher under the new conditions was the watchmaker of the rural New York village who, when he found the demaud lor watches falling off, gave up dealing in them and went iuto the bicycle business. coui-Dlainst few-riderg pjf r " 1 i mm l H P HS In fact everything in the House, miht pil FURNISHING COODS, HHTS, CKRPETS, lu 111 S f X V JL closed out regardless of price for 1 myi h k-- Hi ii 5 Ml W 1 pi jpu - 1GASH ONLYbo ill-I- Pi gg mm IP -- IS 111 f V I A " ji rni r i Bfe 3" "E HbH i H IBB B Ip Wia pal IBS! HI mm r l,j liH "B r"Ti i r I W 1 1 r l I Pi ip Ml iP ps -- i P No goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and preA iou to this year is now due and must be paid at once without fur- ther notice. This is I i IBS Pi IjgM' Strictly Business and mean exactly what I say as regarU my accounts and as to my stock oi goods on hand. m pai M org Ur Sj ?k k fmrn -- i HbHI afcr JL J pil Sp - ill h liSSi m um e pil Bp lEp 1&W& fciUE ii Pi I Musi Be Soil Imik E ) s in. ! THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY NOW WHETHER Y0D NEED GOODS OR NOT AS MY IN EVERY LINE A.iD STOCK IS COMPLETE MUST BE SOLD. Yonrs truly, Mi mm amgMSJMWBfTaEl?aEITaarE3fra BIspE-FaiBiTtllihlBrlE- g SpgBppBpE 3frlllljP - -- liWlM -- .si .. H ViA T3 J &k'mY3).wLV ' tx . , n S. .! iQ V.G&s Ii R- -e H ' 4 n M U r B ; -- sE r r X P. fiaMIpfi.p.I.lj (tL. fC. S. Fixtures for sale. apspilpBrpiirraiapJBpBlp rTaaipBpHTparijMjllMiMiMl bfrrl IMS ps ISl mB GRE A PM JSSl. pil f!Jia MHB &m vSf3 m Isjg ps THJE3 pil eip THIRTY (30) DAY -- pl Mp sp '"?rj -i Pil MM F SPRING CL Sils NA FIDE SALE-- NO FAKE! m. mm P This sale includes our entire LINE of SPUING CLOTHIG consisting of all the LATEST THINGS in CASSIMEKE, CHEVIOT and WORSTED SUITS in both SACK and THllEE BUTTON CUTAWAYS. Also Youth's and Children's Suits. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS4SSSSS8ssSSSSSHSSSSSSS m 0F7HJ J 85 5T ?SSSSWSSSSSSSSSS?SSsSS&5 I (D :fr ggps r Bfyai TffiB an SW i6 ff fS JJUprMaed, ladles, OR. PEPFER'S IPS ssssssssssssssssss NEWDISCOVE11V. Anvr,Tca&bleuii-areraU(f07dn. ecewlTo, ecanty er r ', drueettcr"iWnxa ware of dcnicrciu paper, fa p- - bux, ssuu bo- - II. Btl sealed la piala wrapper, buml to la i mM for DirtleuUir. fUM i. ! lnrlimratce plr'sl tbne orui. lie. lmltalUm. Ktaie IEFi'tIliII.tl. .njCttJBO. Ill mm ,....We mali;e this sale to make room for our FALL , GOODS - H. &2 fgfg. I sp "j I w. r , v4wao9ui.iA4lii Sold by Iliuiimond Drue Co. and W. G. White. i weak itiEN f&mz VIGOROUS tBar. iSttD. JVjatPEFFER'SNERVEGQRDid! ovscrs ttlL Torairf men rcgatn lost nmnli&Hl 1f M moareeuverrootJifnl Tlecr. A.b.lutly i.n;;-- a truit to Cure JVervou.nem. J.o t Vltalltr sior Itnjvtcncy, A IsbtlyXniUaloB. LostPowctv ces, either ona i'olllQjr ilemory. oUtftcU at telf atnue er txaun and Worfiff'offlrisanltTarKlcoiumaipUoaj. n i...uiui.8B.iui(nratt urbUiC5B30SUlllta IH i ne. "ftf.u WPlttnn wv purb03C. . " " ..VW H. or . SU- - with, 2mbbmAa lor ftM " .... mm U- l- Leadina Tcilnrs and Rlothieirs, - T, Ti9 t " ' -- w-r--w- -,-r rCJ '. - I - '- -- . Ml ''--- c - a ' fti m ffj I a'i-wh.v- . .. ,, Sold "by Bfchtnoft '?-- i)rog Gor.amCW.vXj I " reai piastobe .M :&" 3 -- j - 3r '- -' e Vlf Ji Tt " 4Tf I V '. - ' ti - 3 3 y'M BmW8LmLmlBBimW&& Jr .JaaaH "1 r-- fi f-4.- i -- - . r. , rl rt 5 3 ,"- - j- - - a- - J j?" 1R IL I" 1 r " -- - 7 J- " - " - ? -- . . - ' r t - ii. -,: r - -- --- j !11? iifiv - THE Einbry, the cattle buyer, of Jessamine, was In Boyle and Lincoln this week lookWEDNESDAY, JULY 1, - - IS9G. ing over the feeding lots, but did yerv little business, says the Danville Advo cate. He reports trade dull with more Dr. Goldstein. continues in town. than enough stock in the country to supply the demand. Agents are offering Count court day next Monday. about $3.75 for fat steers, hut the owners Daughter of Wiley Euibry died last want $4. Nicholasville Journal. week. Berea. At the local option election in Win Chester Saturday, the town went dry by lonks and revenue office about 159 majority. The quality of w ill be closed Saturday. 'licker" had got so bad that the most Those who delight to grumble about confirmed old toper voted for local option, hoping that the drug stores may hot weather, had a chance last week. introduce a less vile article. Clark The whole country is filled with county also went GOO dry. agents of all kinds for.all borte of things. Union Servicer. Blackberries at 5 and G cents a galBeginning with Sunday, the churches lon are cheaper than sunshine in sumof Richmond will have union services, mer. starting off with the Hret Presbj terian A dwelling house is building at church. Dr. McCown had announced Nile's shop, three miles out on Lexing- services at the Baptist church before the ton pike. union arrangement was agreed upon, and of Miss Hart-ma- there will he preaching at the Baptist F. Corzelius, Trustee Milliner, offers her stock for sale, church Sunday morning. Post-office, -n, CLIMAX. ,. Cattle. , Assigned. Miss Carrie Ilartraan, the Bwell milliner in Hotel Glyndon uorner, mad an assignment last Thursday, for the benefit Of her creditors. Liabilities abont $900. Assets about $300. She paid all her local accounts so that her indebtedness is in the cities. F, Corzelius is the Trustee. More than a hundred men listened to a financial discussion inJrontof the Second National hank, this place Saturday afternoon, between the President of the bank and a stock holder, both and when they had concluded their contentions nobody hut the Republicans seemed benefitted; and thus if is with most financial controversies better let the finances alone, as between Democrats, and fighLthe common enemy. News' letters from KirLsville and Winchester Uoiie Dry. Dem--kfOra- ts; bet; ad. Joe Patterson, aged probably 85 ears died near Wallaceton, Monday of latt week. Read the Declaration of Independence published on first page of 's Cum vx. Ponds and springs that usually do not go dry until September are, many of them, dry now. Jack Miller has retired from the butcher firm of Miller & Francis and gone to his farm. John W. Harris, Union City, has lKinght the farm of his uncle, the late Col. Vm. Harris, near Waco. Go to the court house, Saturday evening, and hear a polished 4th of July oration bv W. It Shackelford. The Register reports a girl sent to the insane asylum, "which indicates that the kindergarten schools are m danger. Fourth quarterly meeting of the and Providence district will be held at Providence church, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bruce, of Vanceburg, guest of Mis.--. Belle Bennett, addressed a woinans mission meeting at the Methodist church, Monday afternoon. Cynthiana, Prof. C. A. leonanl, f.irmerley of Richmond, elected Vice President of State Educational Atsocia-tionCovington meeting. Jr nn at Dr. Vardy Taylor, who graduated the Hospital College of Mediciue, I.uiisville, and won the Grant gold tut Jal, w ill practice at Waco. Over m Iexington they have a horse tra uer named Driver, while hero at Rn i.iiioud we have ahorse driver named liajuor. of Co!. John Hooc Russell, Huntington, W. Va., whose wife was -- Infant s Serious Family Trouble. On last Friday, Charley Golden shot his brother Richard with a shot gun loaded with squirrel shot. The load entered the chin considerably damaging the jaw bone. Charley then tried to kill himself by-- catting his throat These brothers are between twenty and twenty-fiv- e years old, are sons of Harrison Golden, who lives at the Stivers place near Closing Oat to Quit Business. Kingston. Charley is a of In another column, II. anGeorge W. White, "Old Printer," this nounces his determination to quit busi place, and recently returned from the ness He therefore offers for ca6h his West, where for a short time he and his entire stock of goods at your own price. wife resided. Richard had a quarre Will also sell his fixtures. with a sister which was resented by On all unpaid accounts he will bring Charley Neither is dangerously hurt suit at once. He evidently purposes Yesterday Charley waiyed examinaleaving Richmond which a large number tion and gave bail in the6um of 100. of people will regret Unele Sam's New Flag. Colored Examination for Public Schools. On July 4, next Saturday, the army 2G applicants of whom 14 passed, 12 and navy of the United States will adopt failed, 3 first class, 7 second, 4 third. the new flag. It has 45 stars arranged Names of those passed: Georgia L. in seven rows three towb with seven Walker, Sallie F Miller, James A White, stars each, and three with eight stars Amelia L. Harris, Eliza J. Flack, Stephen each, the rows alternating. The stripes, Hayner, Robert Beard, Carrie Covington, as before, are thirteen in number seven Sallie White, Sueaddie Duncan, Hattie red and six white. Has anybody in C. Harris, Malinda Smith, Georgia E. Richmond one of ;he new flags? Hampton, Colela Duncan. In III Health. A Winner. Dr. Harvey Glass resigned his charge Prof. C. L. Averj', Jr. for two years as pastor of the Presbyterian church of physical director in Central University, this place Sunday on account of his bad entered the Yale law school last fall, and he'ilth. The church session, however, at it's commencement last week took the declined to .accept the resignation, but honors of his class, receiving two gold instead, gave him a vacation of three medals, one of which was for the highest months. Dr. Glass is very popular with average in all studies. Mr. Avery was hia church and the members are not wilonly 20. yean, old when he came to Richling to give him up. He left yesterday mond and very unassuming in his manon a visit to relatives near Campbells ners. He was toon recognized not only ville. Somerset Reporter. as a great athlete but also as one ot the brainiest young men ever connected with Blue Grass Seed. the University. "There's not a hatful of grass seed on my entire farm," remarked a farmer, reJuly Fourth. cently, who owns beveral hundred acres The Madison county chapter of the Other Daughters of the American Revolution of fine land near Richmond. farmers have had similar tliintrs to say. invites the Sons of the Revolution and says: "Sol Van- all other patriotic citizens to unite with The Lexington Gazette Meter, who is thelargest gatherer of blue them in celebrating the Fourth of July, grass seed hi thiscounty.saysthatthecrop at court house at 7:30 p. in. h of an only about The program w ill comprise an orati n this season is average. The price is 35 cents from the by Mr. W. R. Shackelford, music, constripper. Mr. VanMeter gathered about sisting of national airs, and fire w orks. 7,000 bushels last year and w ill not get Mrs. A. W. Smith, Regent. more than 1,000 from the stripper this Mrs. Jasox Waeker, Sec'y. son-in-la- w one-tent- Local option at Winchester warmed " . . up me noys. A small, paper, called the Load Optionist, charges that Capt J. D. Feeny,' of Richmond, operated a "blind tiger" here in local optiou days. Tnis charge was made to oflset the statement of Capt. Feeny w ho certified to facts taken from the records of his office w hich show that there w ere more arrests, more whisky drunk, and meaner whisky, and more devilment generally during local option in Richmond than for any similar period before or after the time in question. Tho managers of the Local Optionist ay that the information was given to them, but refuse to make their informant's name known. To make a long story short, the statement in question is a falsehood just a ''plain, common ordinary every day" lie. Capt Feeny has been in office for about sixteen years, except a few weeks, during a part of which time we were Judge of the City Court We know that his conduct was Wo know also that he above question. could have said much more in his affidavit than he did say and still told the wet-weath- er ... SoBiebedy Lied. truth. The Fourth at Lexington. Webb Commandery No. 2, K. T. Lexington R. A. Chapter, No. 1. Lexington Lodge No 1, F. & A. M. Devotion Lodge No. 160, F. & A. M. Lexington, Ky., June 11, '99. To Sir "Knights, Companies ana Brethren of Madison County. Greeting: The Masons and Knights Templar of this city will celebrate the coming Fourth of July with an outing at the Chautauqua Assembly Grounds, upon which occasion the "Little and the "Girls Drill Corps,"' of the Masonic Widows' and Orphans' Home, located at Louisville, Ky., will give exhibition drills, which in addition to the usual interesting program of the Assembly, will make "The National Day" one long te be remembered by the Coni-mander- Fraternity. You are cordially invited to'meet with us and assist in making this event one of which evety Mason might feel proud. The headquarters for the reception of visitors will beat the Lodge Room, No. 25 West Short street, where you will be expected to come upon your arrival in this city. Please notify the undersigned, as soon as possible, how many will come from our Lodge. Fraternally Yours, Juuus Makks, Sec'y Committee of arrangements. P. S. Please bring your white lamb skin to wear in procession. Train w ill connect at Winchester for midnight train to Richmond. A Useless Question. It is a question asked almost every time auvbody meets anybody "what's the news." There are, of course, numerous variations, such as "what's the word with you?" "what do you know?" &c, &c, S.c. But did anybody ever see or hear of anybody who had any news or knew any thing in anawei to these questions? We had two not unusual but extreme evamples, last week. Meeting an old friend w e asked, "w ell, what's the news with you?" He promptly answered, "oh, nothing I be lieve, of importance." Having talked n few minutes he remarked that he felt dreadfully bad, "not having slept any the night before." Upon additional inquiry he stated that his brother died and he sat up all night Two or three dav. later, we called at the busiuess pked of another old friend and talked for half an hour about a little of every thing. He was not at all busy and nothing was on his mind to keep him from mentioning his brother's death in a neighboring State, but he never spoke of it We re call many instances like these in ourlong newspaper career. The most extreme instance we can recollect is that of a innn who came into ourofliceand after sitting for nearly an hour and talking about various things mentioned that his favorite saddle mare had the finest colt he had seen in many a day. Subsequently we were astonished to learn from other sources that the man's father had died that night and the man was then in town to select a coffin. Ppst-Disputsays-There ear.'r Nettie Phelps, this county, diea ntly at Hot Springs, Ark., of rheu rai matism. At the last examination of colored leathers, there were 18 applicants, of whom 12 passed, and of these 1 got a certificate, G becond class, and 5 third class. Bill Steers, recently employed at the Steam laundry, but went to Paris a month ago and killed Jack Alexander, has been sentenced to the penitentiary or 120 vears. Rev. Dr. Young, of the Metliodi?' church, will go to Hanodsburg and open tip the local option fight in Mernsr coun-- t bv a speech at the court hoiitf, comity Mi-vfirst-class Four Lunaey Cases in Ten Das. Madison has had an unusual run of lunacy cases within ten days 17th to 27th of Juue, there were four tmls and three awards of lunacy. The last was J. B. Christian, who was tried Saturday. The jury could not agree that he was a lunatic, but Judge Burnam ordered him sent to the Infirmary for treatment, after which, if he does not recover, he will be sent back to the Christian is a horse trainer, and used to drive for Letcher. poor-house. Not a Fish Story . court dav. AhhS Annie McKee, daughter Ebq., litis place, of Owen McKee, was prominent in her classes at Nazareth commencement in literature, painted and point lljwers, fancy kneedle-wor- k lace, taking several prizes. y ' I want to tell you of my wonderfu pects. success. Being a poor girl and needing White & Bush let to Douglas & Turpin Will Hoover has moved his stable of money badly, I tried tft JJfn Washer last week, the contract to remodel their horses, eight head, from his farm, and is business and have cleared $200 every Money and Meat. opera house. The audience room is beMessrs. Milkr & Habelden, of Lancasquartered at the track. Red Rose (p), month. It is more money than I ever The Pantagraph congratulates itself on ing lowered to the first floor, doing away live-- j ear-ol- d bay mare by Warlock, 2:24, ter, are heie lepreseuting aSt Louis firm being the organ of had before and'I can't help telling you r elethe with the two business houses. The is probably the best one of the lot mtroduing a combination of 10 useful ment of the about it, for I believe any person can do Democratic party in Madistoreroom w ith entrance on B. street is kitchen utinsils needed in every house. son and flings -- up as well as I have if they only try. Dish George Seals has ten head in training, The Rosy Spechtn. its cap and "hollers" toTe occupied by the stage, thus extendseThe X rays have shown that the Housekeepers in Richmond should Washers sell on sight ; every lady wants property of John B. Embry. Coast-maithe at giving "the local movements of the ing the opera house in length. A gallery St. Louis of these, as the cost is only 35 free-silvcure one tibia and femur in Justice Stephen one. The Mound City Dish Washer Co., grey mare, six years old, (full sister cause as does no other paper seems to be something about is provided and, like the main floor, will cents. St Louis, Mo., will give you all necessary to Coatman, 2:0SJ and Coastboy, 2:10i), J. Field's knee have almost grown that has a local circulation." It is evithe Specht family that drives them into have elevated seats. instructions, so you can begin work at by Bourbon Wilkes is working nice and Chautauqua Ileuuied H. R. Rates. dently the organ of the butcher shops in together and that the hinge has It is estimated that the seating capaci- print The latest subject for newspaper smooth this season. She stepped a mile at once. The Dish Washerdoes splendid L & N will sell round trip tickets, Richmond for it says there are only two. ty will be beven hundred. notoriety is the Rev Joseph Specht, Jr., partially solidified. work ; you can wash and dry the dishes y esterday in 2:25, last quarter in 33 sec Lexington, account of Chautauqua, at We can name Douglas & Smith. C. B. Work will be done by the fair at which who, according to dispatches from Louis- onds. She will be entered all through in two or three minutes without putting sixteen-year-olEngleman & Co., Perry & Broaddus, and The salvation army was run out Mrs. Rhodie Noah, of this place, was low ates. See agent Hood. time the Emma "Warren Co. will be here ville, has just eloped w ith a pour hands in the water at all. Try this the Blue Grass Circuit, and the horse i Hamilton & Co. Now you see how it's and heiress in Madison county, Ky. by a mob. takenj in the night with cramping pains the house. The Warren business and let us know how you suc- of Columbus, Indiana, Making Room. beats her will know that he has been done, don't you ? and the next day diarrhoea set in. She The young and romantic divine wil that company has a fine band and besides by Epoch ceed. in a race. Dot, a Summer llomes and Hesorts. Covington &. Mitchell offer their entire There was a little boy, took half a bottle of blackberry cordial playing for the company at night wants bo remembered in St. Louis as a son of (eon-oStranger) is the making of a 2:20 Elizabeth C. It f And he had a little toy, stock of spring goods at half price for 30 The Southern Railway is the first of but got no relief. She then sent to me the once prominent Mr. and Mrs. Specht, to play for the fair during the day. mare this season. She has not been days. They offer bargains. Read their And it gave him much joy The number of striking, miners our great railway systems to give infor- if I had anything that would help her. I of Gunston Hall fame. called npon to go a mile better than 2:29, public and And now what d'you soie? ad and go see for yourself. Town Colleelor Short. When he lived here he was anything at Leadville, Col., has reached mation to the for sura to fix low ex- sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, but the ease with which she went the a met outing good cursion rates Diarrhoea Remedy and the - but ministerial in his habits. Louisville Post Nicholasville correMallory. By Special Request, 1,500, and the mine owners refuse for return until October 31, by issuing Cholera and will convince any one that she first dose relieved her. Another of our He had a reputation of being one of distance spondence: Dr. G. Goldstein, the eye expert will Capt Len Ballard, with six horses and is the making of a good race mare. Mr. to give tho increase asked with usual promptness, its Summer neighbors had been sick for about a week A Colossal Decree. of Police and the best pool players in tho city. He is "John Beard, his "Great Eastern" bus, took thirty peo- be here till July the 6th. The Dr. has Seals is also driving several yearlingsand and had tried different remedies for diarnow an Episcopal ministecat Alexandria, yon hav Home and Resort Book. DO ITot Eospair because That old mountaineer, Tom Morrow, ple to Mallory Springs JSunday, includbeen busy here for two weeks and has City Collector, was indicted by the grand by Warlock, 2:24, that are It is handsome in design and artistic in rhoea but kept getting worse. I sent jury at the recent term of the Circuit Va. and have failed to ing the Silver Band. A hundred more fitted many of the best citizens of our showing considerable speed, and will be who runs the Jackson Hustler, published tried many medicines beautievery respect, having thirty-tw- o him this same remedy. Only four doses When tho Spechts lived here tho old a decree of the United States Circuit receive benefit. Remember that Hood's people were present. city and county, and they all speak in Court for embezzlement. ful illustrated pages containing the most of it w ere required to cure him. He sa) 3 gentleman was connected with the Fa heard from Liter on. Judge Scott issued an order against case of J. Kennedy "od Sarsaparilla cures when all others fail to praise of his good work. He has been Polled Angus. N. R. Dickersou has the most sensa- Court in the complete and conveniently arranged in- he owes his recovery to this wonderful store and was considAc. vs. the Ky. Union Land C. It do any good whatever. coming here for years and gives univer- publishing the indictment at that time, mous Department tional pacer in Kentucky in his W. W. Pigg bought in Scott county formation calculated to answer fully and remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley, Sidne, rich man columns of tho HustThose suffering with but permission was given your corre- ered a very bay gelding by McRoberts, son of occupied nineteen last week a thoroughbred Aberdeen sal satisfaction. satisfactorily every question likely to be Mich. For Bale by Hagans Pharmacy. His wife had great ambitions for an spondent qld bee and Hood's Pills are the best family cahorse ler, and must have made the Polled Angus bull, pedigree and regis- neuralgia of the eyes and head will do lm Harmless, propounded, such as routes and distances, As soon as the indictment had been intellectual and theosophical existence, Mambrino Startle Bonner. This ginseng hunter next thing to rich, espe- thartic and liver medicine. well to call on him, as he gives immediboarding tered. This is probably the only one in High Priest Howard came was taken up off of grass just ten dajs cially if his pay was in keeping with the reliable, sure. returned a warrout for Beard's arrest and when It hotels and how to houses, names of Mrs. Lena Myers, who lived reach them, rates of the county. "Weighs 1400 and is 2 years ate relief. The Dr. stands at the head of was issued, but the officers are unable to hero with a new religion, a sort of ago. The sixth time he was harnessed other fellows who got pie out of the proprietors, old past Bought of J. W. Brooks, years his profession and is a graduate of the N. locate him, although his family is in Buddhism up to date, she fell an easy he paced a quarter in 34 seconds and The State Bar Association of board by day, week and month, etc. alone in New York City, commitit scramble, : Y. School of Optics. Anyone missing ago a C. U student this place. the last eighth in 1GJ secondB. His 'the Southern offers a choice of moun ted suicide in her room, leaviug a Georgetown. His shortage as City Col- victim to his marvelous theories. necessary to iiell Indiana has peen organized at In Second That it is this golden opportunity to have their seaside resorts, the surf bathing Howard had great success, gathering trainer says he can drive him a quarter Perfectly Safe. personal dianapolis, and Gen. Benjamin tain and savings of eyes attended to go against their own in- lector at the time of his discharge, two 33 or better with ease He is a big the rights and properties real, and sea breezes of some of the most de- bank book showing months ago, was over $1,400. This was into the fold not only Mrs. Speclit, but in Alfred Douglas, the well known archi- terests. He can be consulted at he and mixed of the said Kentucky Union Harrison was chosen President. lightful resorts on the Atlantic Coast or $1,300. v made good by bondsmen. Additional her husband aud Celns and Quintus strong fellow, and no one ever saw a bet- Land Company, or so much as may be tect and builder, certifies, after thorough Glvndon Hotel. the cool mountain breezes of Swannanoa, Price aud a number of other St. Louisaus ter gaited one. I think he can pace a necessary to raise the sum of at Inast discrepancies will make the total short examination, that the amphitheater at n is a poison which makes half now in 1:10 or better. They Couldn't Agree, After AH. Asheville, Lookout Mountain and others age about $3,000. The town's finances of good family. $4,500,000. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward the fair grounds, is entirely safe. It is as vou sick. It cornea from the stomach. sea level. filly by Mr. Specht was prevailed upon to sell Stratus, a Two men met in Richmond Saturday are seriously handicapped on account of Third There is hereby allowed to for any case of catarrh that cannot be 2,500 feet above the strong as a stump piller and loud astbun out of undigested vv ltn tne money lie purFor copy of guide call at the office of The stomach makes it dam by Strathmore, the proper- Thomas Speed, Special Commissioner, both for free silver. But in his shortage. Much indignation exists his business, They were cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. der. food. coupon agent or send any prominent the olden time one had been a Rebel against him, and the wonder is how chased the splendid estate in Virginia ty of Embry Dickerson, is quite a good for making his report and for making F. J. Chesey & Co., Props., Toledo, O. The blood gets it and taints the whole Land Bought stamp to C. A. Benscoter, Asst. sympathizer, the other a Union man. could he have gotten in so deep before known as Gunston Hall. 'Here the new prospect for a trotter. With only sixty any future report of distribution that undersigned, have known F. We the body with if That's the way of it.. Commissioner Scott on yesterday sold Neither seems to know that the war is he was indicted. cult was established in great magnifi- days work she is steppiug quarters in 35 may be necessary herein, the sum of J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be- Gen'l Pass. Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. The way to be rid of it is lo look alter 119 acres of Silas Cobb lands at Caleast over, and has been for more than a quarcence, and with a wealth ot mysterious and 3G seconds with ease. She has not $1,500. lieve him perfectly honorable in all busyour digestion. Erroneous Orthography-Capt- . paraphernalia, the creation of tho highly been called upon to go a fast mile, but To E. T. Halsey, receiver, the sum' of iness transactions and financially able to to the highest bidder. Major John D. ter of a century. Said the man with the If your food is all properly digested, Alonso Walling has been denied Vm. Herndon is responsible for colored imagination of Howard. when she is she will certainly go a good $12,500, to be credited by th6 amounts carry oat any obligations made by their' Harris was the purchaser at $45 an acre, strong southern inclination: "I think, there will be none left in the stomach to a new trial. Everything ran alone smoothly for a mile. Raven T., 2:22 (p) by Bay Tom already received by him. or ?5,2SS.7o. It corners at Allen b store sir, that Grover Cleveland will go down the following: Hon Robt. Riddle, as firm. out of it. make and includes the residence back from in history as the meanest President this county Judge, and R. AV. Wilson as time, when the scales finally fell off the Jr., has made a good season in the stud, To St. John Boyle, counsel for such Truax, Wholesale Druggists, West& If your stomach 13 too weak to see to a ITov Process. Zee Oroas. Ifiado the 6tore. country has ever had a traitor, sir. a county attorney, of Estill county, vere elderSpecht's eyes. Ho got it into his has covered forty mares, and will be put receiver, r the sum of S5.000. Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, this properly by itself, help it along with T have an ice cream- - freezer that will traitor of the deepest dye!" The old trying a fighting case once in $ho county, head that Howard was a rank imposter' in training as soon as his season closes To W. B. Dixon, counsel for said re Wholesale Dinggists, Toledo, Ohio. Their Thanks. a tew doses of Shaker Digestive Cordial Union fellow smiled blandly and chipped in v.hich there was more fun than law. and he moved from Gunston Hall to with a yiew to racing him through the ceiver, the sura of $2,000- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally freeze cream instantly. J.ne cream is That's the enrerof it. A letter from Sir Knight Phil T. Allen, in : "You are right, you are right, sir In the progress of the case attorney Washington, at the saineiime entering Kentucky Circuit. This. horse is much To J. B.Marcum $125 for taking (ep- - acting directly upon the blood and mu- put into the freezer and comes ont in Shaker Digestive Cordial is a delicious, Louisville, notified Squire D. P. Aimer Bmcoth and perfectly frozen. faster than his record, which was made ositions. I too think, sir, that Grover Cleveland Smith asked the witness where the fight suit against his wifo for divorce. cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. stantly, toriic cordial, made of pure that "at a stated conclav e a resolution will go down in history as a traitor as great occured. track. was over This astonishes people and a crowd healthful One of the reasons for thoBplit-u- p Eighty-thre- e tracts are to be sold, con per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Tesmedicinal plants, lierbs and wine. prevailed extending a vote of thanks to "In the honse," responded the wit- the publication of a lot of correspondence will gather to see the freezer in opera as Benedict Arnold or Jeff Davis, sir 1" taining a great many thousand acresiof timonials free. lm positively cures indigestion: and prehim for courtesies and attentions extendtion and they will all want to try the It between Mrs. Speclit and Mr. Howard. The conversation ended right there and ness land, rich mineral and timber Awarded vents the formation of. ed the ladies of the commandery." The "Was Jim Pucket in the fight?" The letters were stolen by young Joe then. In accordance with the dying cream. You can sell cream as fast as it At druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents. It World's Fail Squire bow a profusely to De Molay. Highest Honors "No. He were out in the yard." can be made and sell freezers to many of and sold to the newspapers. requpst of Miss Sallie V. Crane, of Ihem who would not buy an old style McKinley accepts with profound To Print by Power. J'What was Jim doing?" Question. . Howard fled toCanada, ani Mrs. Lexington, Ky., her six school- freezer. It is really a curiosity and you "Oh, he was jest a Some weeksago the Climax announced around Specht, being left without money, came The Kichmond Cumax got out an exthanks. Archibftld, R can sell from 5 to S3 worth of cream and mates acted as lier pall-bearer- s. Alexander, Taylor tra and gave full particulars of the St. that it had purchased a gas, engine and and gettin' on to nothin'." After the to St. Louis to live with her daughter. atOut of weakness conies strength when Alford, Jimniie six to twelve freezers every day. Thi3 She took a position in a big dry goods Louis Republican convention. Tipton would soon propel its presses by power. laughter had subsided, the county Breckinridge, Preston Berry, Mrs Aohiet shipping, torney asked the witness to define the house and gave it out that she intended good profit these hard times and the blood has been purified, .enriched BEST IK QUALITY makes a is a hustler, and in blackberry time he But the engine "was broke in JOST IN QUANTITY. Chenanlt, Lucy damage word, but Judgo Riddle ruled that the to mae her own living. Crafton. William k a pleasant employment. J. F. Casey and vitalized by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is hard to down. He is jam full of en- and not until last week was the Chenanlt, Emma (col) Uook, Alice & Co., 1143 St. Chaflea Sf, St Loais,Mo., adjusted by the railroad company. question was incompetent, remarking After a time the elder Specht and his terprise. Nicholasville Journal. An historic elm planted i CunninghamIilly will send full particulars and information They are now pome relation between Hundley, of Silver Creek, will be here that a man who did not know what wife were reconciled. Isn't there Fowler, Frenchie Nashua, N, H., in 1652 was blown meant had no busiuess trying living at Gunuton Hall. irTregardto-thif-l to morrow to place the machinery and new invention on appli- blackberries and jam ? Gray, Richard Gumpcrt, Mary 1 if no other accident intervenes, tho next to nractice law I Bat it was SubsequentYoung Specht's refonnwas due to the cations and will employ good salesmen on down in a severe storm- Harris, Sarah Ilatten, Mise Lizzie I. 0: 0. P. Election. edition of the CmmAx "will be printed by ly ascertained from 'one learned in the rpw between his parent ilary. He had been Katie M, Highland, Hd ner- f Heusley. Annie, WHITE'S CREAM SfWilldc-Y- c Ckwdr officers took gas power. Regular election of lore of the .neighborhood that it meant very wild, but the. shame of tho sensa'Jones, Andrew v Are you constipated? place at Odd Fellows lodge, Monday The Register has secured a gasoline "happing about likea flee," and we .all tion seemed to sober him down and he Moore, WillMm Mare, W It,. Brennaar, of the Thir Skk Headaches?. leyoarXwivaf sy--- . i Irivats night, in Ri hmond: A. T. Douglas, 3Co-b- le engine and it is now being put in, so kuq w what Jim Pucket was doing while entered Si. John's Episcopal school at Mwrs.Mra M MnlicaruBob YEARS tl fatAniJf TTnit.ad StatftR Tnfantrw .at Wmb, Liver or Kidneys oat ofortfcir? Jf"-j! of the Register will the! fight was going on. Lancaster Hec- - Alexandria. Grand; K. Wrtkosser, V. G., L. ,T. Stewert.'Mrs Sue. ; Htm I all WORM t mean yeieixly 6isr "Wifcfrl? Sraith,.H K 7 I Fort Frazee,t50cnjtary;H. J Streng, Treasury; aiost likely be be printed by power. kilted ord He behaved himeeliV nic (EYEBYMTTLE .MOST PERFECT MADE w I try tm " apww wpplwwau Turner, Sawfit-t- , L. 'A. Taylor, liost- - Committee and It isTemarknWethat Richmond should Tiae correct word is coald I9YAU.1 A pare Grape Cream of Tartar Pnwdar, Ww xu. .am &- - ummKum ixnm H kM0B un,r -r 14 WitfcZX 5SL "Widows fund, A. J. Streeg, N. C. Tar-pilovfcd-- h so long delayed rauning her preseee ablj) thejlecord' made a tjrpog-ra-ph'ic- or any ovaa ammpr ran from Ammonia, Awm have when he etMe gittue J3 ' 1' -- 4o YEARS'THE STAMOAJtB. C. C. Wullaee. al esrror. ,by engicee. ," away with fcerv T - ."4 . . Y. V ft- JP . it --: Opera Uouse Changes. free-silvelao-lass- es d, er d re-opfour-year-o- ld ex-Chi- ef four-year-o- ld to-da- y. to-wSick-poisothree-year-old ent sick-poison -- Combination Camp. E. W. Wiggins and family will go out near College Hill and camp for sev eral w ecks. He expects to hunt squirrels before breakfast, fish after supper and pick blackberries between showers. A gasoline stove w ill be a feature of the camp. Blackberry picking and jam making will occupy tho balance of the family. It is probable that somebody will send in a report to the effect that Smith the hermit has returned. A. T. Fish Jiad a booth on the Berea college campus, commencement-da- y last Wednesday. There were four thousand people present- - and he&old two hundred d lemgallons of and twenty-fiv- e onade, other things in proportion. When night came ho emptied his bag of money on the floor and counted it up. The bag weighed seventeen pounds. The contents consisted of 11 $10 bills, 10 $5 bills, 1 $2 bill, 10 $1 bills, 1 check $4 25. 92 silver dollars, 42 half dollars, 19S quarter dollars, 221 dimes, 551 nickels. 1GG Total $390 00, and this besides amount paid assistants. Of this amount $47 was taken to the booth in the morning a change, but was all given out and moie too, so that the $390.00 was all taken in over the counter during the day. Mr. Fish did not specify the exact piofitb, but it would be safe to say he didn't lose any thing. ice-colcop-per- Welsh Families af KeBtaeky. Editor of the Climax: More than a month ago an old friend of mine living near Speedwell in Madison county wrote men brief note requesting me to give through our paper some facts concerning the "Broaddus family." I am Borry that I cannot give my old friend a full and correct account of the early ancestors ofthe Broaddus family who were from Wales and settled in Vir ginia in 1717. The first Broaddus that settled in the limits of Culpepper was Edmund, who patented land in w hat is now Madison county, in 1736 The late Rey. John A. Broaddus was the son of Edmund Broaddus, who was the hrcther of the Revolutionary officers. Ensign James and Major William Broaddus of Rev. John A- - BroadThe grand-fathe- r Thomas Broaddus. As above dus was stated, the father of Rev. John A. Broaddus was Edmund, son of Thomas and a brother of Major Wm. Broaddus, who married Mrs, Jones, th& daughter of Robert Slaughter. Their daughter Patsy married Wni. Mills Thompson, vestryman St Marks Episcopal church in Culpepper county, w ho was the father of Richard W. Thompson, Secretary of the Navy during the administration of Mr. Hayes. Major Wm. Broaddus married second, to. Miss Richardson, and left several children ; Miss Sallie A. Broaddus, of Charles Town, West Virginia, if aliye, was his daughter bylthe second wife. Major Broaddus was paymaster at Harpers Ferry when he died in 1S30. The Rev. William F. Broaddus, of Fredericksburg, was a son of Thomas, and James M. Broaddus, of Alexandria, is a son of Edmund and brother of the late John A. Broaddus Old William Broaddus, for many years clerk of Culpepper, was the son of Major William Broaddus, the Revolutionary soldier. Another distinguished family of Welsh ancestry that settled in Kentucky was the family of Col. Robert Johnson, father of Col. Richard Mintern Johrson, of the United States in 1837 The maternal grand father of Col. Richard M. Johnson was Benjamin Cave who represented Orange county, Va., in the House of Burgesses in 1756. He married Hannah Bledsoe, daughter of William and a sister of Abraham Bledsoe, w hose descendants are scattered over Kentucky and the South and West The Bledsoeswere "French Huguenots." Elizabeth Cave, daughter of Benjaman and Hannah Bledsoe, married Col. Wilof Richard liam Johnson, grand-fathM. Johnson. Robert Johnson the father of Col. Richard M. Johnson, married in Virginia to Miss Jemimah Suggett, who was the daughter of a Welsh Baptist iin migrant, James Suggett, who served bravely in the Revolutionary war, and whose eldest son, Rev. James Suggett served as chaplain in CoL Johnson's regiment in the war of 1812. Serving as chaplain in the regiment commanded by his nephew, few men in that war passed through so many hair breadth escapes as Rev. James Suggett, who died near Georgetown, Ky, in 1852. The Welsh people are naturall a great and good Thomas Jefferson Roger was the son of a Welsh Baptist. Williams, the founder of Rhode Island, was also a Welsh Baptist minister and it was the brave and patriotic Welsh Barons, who compelled King John to ratify Magna Charta, June 15, 1215. Sergeant WiLiaw Jasper, the " 'ingest son of Abraham Jasper, a Welsti emigrant, who settled in South Carolina in 174S, as of Welsh blood. He jumped from the walls of Fort Moultrie during the siege of Charleston iu 177G and replaced the Stars and Stripes at the time the flag staff was broken by a shot from the British fleet. His greut, great, grand-nepheDr. Clay Jasper, resides in Richmond, Ky. Truly, vice-Preside-nt to-d- ay er liberty-lovingrace-T- :. i . , sw jit MM wis HV of Mendel off- IHiaM.WJI-l.llUMMA- J 1 FOR YOUNG I is sent out from Frankfort that the ! It fight between Burnam aud Herndon for LADIES. the Republican nominationfor appellate session opens September loth. Unsurpassed climate, location, buildings, equipment judge is off and the latter will not run, fjxst health record. Electlre courses. High standard of graduation. Best facilities for the study or Music, Art, Literature, Languages, Elocution, Physical Culture. Stenography leaving Burnam alone to try conclusions Dressmaking, etc Nashrille offers advantages in lectures, concerts and opportunities of to be found only in with Jndge Pryor. The result of such JTactical educationPresident, NasaviHe, the larger cities. ForillcstratedcataJogiie.addrcss . D. BLANTON, Teas. a contest ought not to be in doubt. Judge Pryor is one of the greatest of the latter day judges of our highest court Personal. Frbs 4 page medical reference book to any and ought to be kept on the bench :rson afflicted with aav special, chronic or deli long as he will serve. Stanford Journal. cate disease peculiar to their sex. Aderess the illtlllMflifllllllltllll IllkWilWI :M 19 iti USB nis ?tm Not this Madison County. of the many jhys-icills, which vanish before proptr effortsgentle efforts pleasant effofta rightly directed. There is comfoj-- t in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due. to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly bv all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine nrti-clwhich is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most larf rely used and gives most general satisfaction. al e, well-inform- Gladness Comes understanding the With a better nature Elsewhere in 's Climax appeals Mrs. Margaret Craven, of San an article on the Broaddus family by that cyclopedia of family knowledge, Francisco, Cal., has filed in the Samuel M. Duncan, of Nicholasville. In will contest several deeds executed it the writer refers to a land entry La As Trustee of Miss Carrie Ilartraan, I "what is now Madison county in the by the late millionaire James G. offer for sale privately, in lots or as a year 1736." If this date is correct, Mr. Fair, conveying to her property Duncan refers to Madison county, Vii worth $1,000,000, the considera"7 whole, her entire stock of ginia, which was formed subsequent to tions being "love and affection." 1736, not Madison county, Ky., which in the year 173G had never been visited by leading physicians and surgeons of the United btates. Dr. Hathaway Co., 79 Dearborn street. Chicago. WMJ -- m 4 FOR- ;r Choice . a surveyor. The article in question mentions eral other Welsh families. Llghtnlng Hot Drops sev- What a Funnr Namel Very True, but It Kills All Pain. Sold Everywhere. Every Day Without Relief, There Is No Pay' JVliIlinery Apply to LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. PUBLISHED BY GLOVER VILLE TOBACCO MAR- - F. It Corzelius, just Trustee, at Hotel Glyndon. d DUBRETT, LOUIS J. Alvany, alias "Hungry Joe." fresh from serving a nine died at Chicago, III., was the widSales on our market for the week just years' sentence in Baltimore, has closed amount to 3873 hhds. with re- told the New York police that he ow of John Gurley, who was hanged with others for the murder ceipts for tho same period 3747 hhds. Sales on our market since January 1st, to 60.423 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1895 on our market to this date WAREIIOUSE. Mra. Eliza Curley, who has intends to be honest, and asked of Lord Cavendish in Phoenix them not to arrest him without Park, London. cause. Good Heaith Owsley Withdraws. To the Democrats of the Eighth Congress- amount to 86,269 hhds. The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco 1S95 crop: Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 tO 1 50 Common colory trash 2 00 to 4 00 Medium to good col trash 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 00 4 50 Common colory lugs Medium to good col lugs 7 00 Common to medium leaf 5 00 8 00 Medium to good leaf Good to fine leaf 12 00 Select wrappery leaf 15 00 The above quotations are not ble te green and frosted crops. to to to to to to to to 00 00 00 00 S 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 applica6 4 7 9 ional Dutricti Some time ago I announced myse"f a candidate for Congress in this district, subject to the will of the democracy. I now find that my views upon the financial question, which will undoubtedly be the issue of the coming campaign, will not only jeopardize my own success but probably the interests of the party, should I be bo fortunate as to secure the nomnation, and for these reasons I now desire to withdraw from the contest Thanking those who have so generously promised me thesupnort, pledging my support to w hoever thT nominee may be and with the sincerest wishes for the prosperity of the democratic party, I am Yours Truly. J. S. Ow sley, Ja. Annual Club Meeting. Mrs. C. O. Hansford, of Harnxlsbarg, formerly Miss Cornie Oldham, of Madison county, was elected President of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs, at the Versailles annual meeting Wednesday. Mrs. Jason Walker, this place, was elected and wa3 the only old officer Miss Campbell, of Maysville, was elected Recording Secretary; Mrs. Mathews, of New Castle, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs Hoover, of Nicholasville, Treasurer; Mrs. Shipp. of Owensboro, Auditor. Miss Mattie Stephenson, of Harrods-bur-g, formerly a teacher in Richmond, read a paper on "Self Culture Necessary for Wise Philanthropy." Mrs. Henrotin, of Chicago, who at tended the Richmond meeting last year, was not present at Versailles. Vice-Preside- A woman never really knows the meaning of happiness and content until she is the mother of a healthy, happy child. The health of the child depends on the health of the mother, both before and after birth. Most all of woman's weakness and particularly the weakness that most strongly influences the health of children, comes from some derange ment or disease of the distinctly feminine organs. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will cure troubles of this nature. It should be taken regularly by every woman during the entire period of gestation. It gives strength to all the organs involved, lessens the pains of childbirth and insures the health of both mother and child. stamps to cover cost Send 21 one-ceof mailing only, and receive free a copy of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. It nt Chamberlain's Congh Remedy cures colds, croup and whooping couh. It is And a good appeti'e go hand in hand pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by With the loss of appetite, the system Hagan's Pharmacy. lm cannot long sustain itself Thus the forare broken Jilted at the altar three weeks tifications of good health down and the system is liable to attacks ago, Miss Laura Nagle, a beautiof disease. It is in such cases that the ful girl, of Palatka, Fla., fled with medicinal powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla are clearly shown. Thousands w ho have her wedding finery, and was found taken Hood's Sarsaparilla testify to its on Sunday in a dense swamp, in great merits as a purifier of the blood, its sane. pow era to restore and sharpen the adpe-tit- e To make the hair grow a natural color, and promote a healthy action of the not what prevent baldness, and keep the scalp digestive organs. Thus it is, what Hood's Sarsaparilla does healthy, Hall's Hair Renewer is the best we say It that tells the story and constitutes the tonic for the hair. strongest recommendation that can be Mrs. William Schungman When urged for any medicine. Why not take returned from Coney Island she Hood's Sarsaparilla now ? .Rev. Dr. Thomas, 3 bumped into the dead body of her husband hanging from the tranTheatre, Chicago, was vigorously som of their bedroom in Brooklyn. applauded when he denounced the slaughter of patriots in Cuba and Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer has restored gray hair to its original color said this country should send lorth and prevented baldness in thousands of an army and navy to stop it. cases. It will do so to you. It at McVickar's THE NEW HOOK SPOON FREE TO HLL Sam Smith and G. L. Knight own what they shink is the fastest two w eeks' old colt in the world. He is by Raven T., 222, and out of a mare by Jay Gould, 2:20, and they say he can pace faster than its dam can run. Leon in Lexington Stock Farm. Sam'l. M.Duncan, Nicholasville, Ky. Mehohswllo Horse Notes. There arc now soino tw enty-fi- v e horses in training at the fairground track, and among the lot are tome very fine pros- New Law Governing tbe Sale and Manufacturer uf All Canned Good!.. Section 1. That it shall be hereafter unlawful in this state for any picker or dealer hi preserved or canned fruits and vegetables xir other articles of food to offer canned articles for sale after July 1, with tne exception of goods brought from foreign countries or pac jed prior to this act, unless such articles bear a mark to indicate the grade or quality, together with the uame an .tddress of such firm, person or corporation that pack the same or dealer who sella 'Me .same. Section 2. That all soaked goods, or goods put up from products dried before canning, shall be plainly marked by an adhesive label, having on its face the word "Soaked," in letters not less in pica of solid and legisize than two-lin- e ble type, and all cans, jugs or other packages containing maple or sirup, or shall be plainly marked by an label, having on its face the name and address of the person, firm or corporation who made or prepared the same, together with the name and quality of the goods, in letters of tho size provided in this section. The third section provides a fine of no less than $50 for venders of such prohibited goods, and a fine of $500 to $1,000 for manufacturers and those fraudulently stamping or labeling such cans or jars and make it the duty of any Board of Health in the state to prosecute such violations. In effect July 1. A 16, The elevator in the Atlantic Hotel, Norfolk, Va., fell from the A Child, Szjays Consul-GenerLee's brother, third floor to the basement, injurThe pleasant flavor, gentle action, and Capt. Dan M. Lee, of Stafford Co., ing Manager Wells, of the Rich"thing effect of Syrup of FI, - when in that mond baseball team. Va., denies emphatically "r or i... of a laxative, and if the T aa wrote the letter concern- - Last summer one of our grand or mother b children gratifying resu riirs whifv was pub was flick with a severe bowel trouble. it is the best fami tailed, then naper.,. Our c rs remed"3 2-- 14 in the Christian Standard that Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, St. Louis, Mo,, would give an elegant plated hook spoon to any one sending her ten stamps. I sent for one and found it so useful that I showed it to my friends, and made SIS in two hours, taking orders for the spoon. The hook spoon is a household necessity It cannot slip into being held in the dish or cooking ve-- 1, the place by a hook on the back. The spoon is something housekeepers have needed ever since spoons were first invented. Any one can get asaiuple spoon stamps to Miss by sending ten Fritz. This is a splendid way to make money around home. Very truly, nt I read The Seashols Dry Goods Company of Louisville, Ky., made an assignment to the Louisville Trust Company. Assets are estimated it $115,000, and liabilities at $73,000. Wake up your liver but be sure you take timmons Liver Regnlator to do It with it w ill do it every time, and do it so well that you'll feel wonderfully refreshed and strengthened. There id only one Simmons Liver Regulator, and you'll know it by" the Red Z on the package. Take nothing else, and you'll be sure to get all the good health promised. It Si H Jexette S. al 1 every family shouts 1.... Henry Megruder, colored, who attempted to assault Mrs. Batten-ger- , met death on the scaffold at Covington, Va. A Groat Onanco to 2a2so Hcaoy. .ouey. I nave 0.Jies and peaches, a year oig,-- fresh as w hen picked. 1 use the Sdifornia Cold process, do not heat or seal the fruit; just put it "P c0'd keeps JVsrfectly fresh, and costs almost nothing; can put up a bushel in ten minutes. Last week I sold directions to over 120 families; anyone will pay a dollar for directions, when they see the beautiful samples of fruit. As there are many people poor like myself, I consider it mv duty to give my experience to such, and feel confident any one can make one or two hundred dollars round home in a few days. I will mail samples of fruit and complete direction, to any ot your readers, for eighteen twocents stamps, which is only the actual cost of the sample, postage, etc., to me Francis Casey, St. Louis, Mo. 214 we tried Chomberlam's Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave-verspeedy relief. We regard it as the beet medicine ever put on the market for bowel complaints. Mra. E. G.Gregory, Frederickstown, Mo. This ceitainly is tne nest ineuicine ever put on tne market for dysentery,. Bummer complaint, colic and cholera infantum in children. It never fails to give prompt relief when used in reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed. Many mothers have expressed their sincere graditude for the cures it has effected. For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. lm y ld H ty 1 , 1 sick-poiso- n. LIST OF LETTERS in flee-an-a-k-iu ?wsr BAKING PffWBffl WORMS - A J j VERMIFUGE! r tor ao emM. i o.um Dq-y'hft- ,-- Nkgaw:T.,jwas n. 1'. -- ItfkkLr- - " 'M? . u -. . -- s. :n z" P - it "-rr- -i J. t,r i. tr'jj JftJ! ?. F: ;v.r won r &, mmH j'" 5 tKij . 3 -- UK rI - IKi - !; i u I - K " , Xtcat Kewa From All Part CammonunkUb. ot Ui r p miles wcstof this city, was visited by a cyclone, damaging the property considerably, killing one person, Miss l'earl Hicks, aged 18 years, daughter ot Charles IIiclcs, and badly injuring Mr. C L. Clark. The house of G L. Clark was completely wrecked. Miss Hicks was a visitor at the house when the cyclone came up. Twoilaugh-tir- a of Mr. Clark and a little boy were also In the house, but escaped unhurt. St Alphonsius' Catholic church nt tL Joseph was destroy t d. The residence of A. T. Williams was damaged and outbuildings destroyed. Ned Thomas house was greatly damaged. Dr. J. N. Alvey's stable was blown away. Story of a Crnp tJame. Mt. Sti'blino, Ky., June. 8.T. Mon Dr. O.sbornc's residence vias damaged. Two horses of J. F. Harrcll day afternoon Andy Bell, colored jan pay. itor of the p03t office, while going hom were killed and his residence destroyed. The court overruled a petition for reG. W. Morgan's residence, two miles stopped at a livery btablu, and in th hearing in tho case of Dr. Massie, tho rear found a number of darkies play Owen county murderer, and he will bo from West Louisville, was destroyed. ing craps, among them llc I'cll, a nex brought to tho pen at once to spend the Other damage, the particulars of which TEST SUIT door neighbor. Ho went home remainder of his life. have not yet been secured, was done GOV. BRADLEY his wife about It, and Ike's wifi This is tho second time the cyclone To Decide In Regard to the Good Time of roverheard it When Ike came home Denies the Story That Ho Ercr Tried to has visited that section. The firM, oc- oa. Convicts. curred March 27, 190, when the whole Fbaxkfobt, Ky., Juno 20. Under a she lit into him, and, after a quarrel Straddle the Money Question. WARRANT ISSUED elub took town was blown away. wit of habeas corpus secured by Crom- Ike hunted up Andy,lie will adlo. and Fbankfobt, Ky., June 24. Gov. Bradley Tuesday afternoon formally For Closes Wells, a Colored Hoy, Charted well & Franklin, attorneys for S. B. smashed his skull, WEIDMAN'S ASSAILANTS. Smith, of Lawrence county, will be Grayson Mnrdir Cane Morn Complicated With Murder. denied stories charging him with havLexinqtox, Ky., June 27. The body tried Friday the question ab to whether attempted Member of the Clat eland Iletall Club Gbayson, Ky., June 23. Nclsor ing to secure the to lie Arrested, Charged With Itreach of of Charles Fauntlcroy, a colored lad, a convict's "good time" is Included Stewart, chnrged with the murder o adoption of a straddle currency the l'once. when his sentence is commuted from a Winston Fletcher, proved that he wawas found in Warren's pond, near plank in the convention which LomsviiXK, Ky., June 29. The dison Wednesday of last week, and longer to a shorter term. in the city of Ashland the day of tht nominated him last year. The graceful proceedings at the baseball ho was supposed to have accidentally Smith was sent up for 12 years for murder, and was again dischargee plank as drawn by Gov; Bradley has park Jrriday afternoon caused a great drowned while bathing. Before burial manslaughter, and Gov. Brown com- from custody. During the trial Jack been resurrected by an enemy of the deal of indignation in this city and it was noticed that there were several muted his sentence to four years. His Marcum could not account for himself governor, and was given out to show lr. Thomas Hunt Stuckey, presi- cuts and bruises about the head and attorneys claim that, when the good at the time Fletcher was killed, hi that tho governor was not consistent dent of the Louisville club, Satur- face. It has also been recently discov- time is deducted, his four years are al- having been seen with him. Marcun at St. Loius last week In urging a platday afternoon swore out warrants ered that Moses Wells, another Negro ready out, and he Ls entitled to his re- was arrested and jailed. IlcandJeC form declaring for the single gold against every player of the Cleveland boy, living in Scott county, was with lease; but the prison authorities think Adklns will be tried Tuesday. standard. In his Interview the club who participated in the assault on Fauntleroy when he drowned and that to four commutat'on of his scnU-ncgovernor says the publication Set the l'lcture on Flr-J- . Umpire Weldman Friday afternoon. these boys had engaged in u fight at tho years meant that he must serve four Ibvine, Ky., June 23. Monday aft- in question Is merely a threshThey are charged with breach of the pond. usualyears, exclusive of the good t me ernoon lightning struck the splendid ing over of old straw and that peace. Judge R. IL Thompson, of prisoners. It is now believed by the police that ly allowed residence of Mrs. Mattie C. Neal, six the statement that he favored a stradthe city court, held a special Wells pushed Fauntleroy into the pond miles from Irvine. Striking the chim- dle is without foundation. The resoluMarried to Sive a Flue. session after the game Saturday and then ran away. Robert FauntleLfjclvgtojt, Ky., Juna 20. Wood Jor- ney, tho bolt passed into the house and tion which has been dug up out of tho afternoon to try the playors impli- roy, father of the drowned boy. came committee room after sleep of over cated. They are likely to be fined to Lexington Friday, and before Coun- dan, colored, was in the police court Ignited a large painting. Mrs. Ncai year, w as offered as a acompromise be-a and fiued S00 and costs and given was considerably shocked, but recovS20. the limit in such cases, which is ty Judge Bullock swore out a warrant The players against whom warrants for the arrest of Moses Wells on tho a sentence of 50 days in jail for ered sufficiently to hurl the burning tween tho conservative a'nd ultra gold were sworn out are: lSurkett, loft charge of murder. The warrant was an assault and battery on Mary picture into tho yard, and thus saved men, and declared stralghtout opposition to free silver. After court adjourned Judge the house from destruction. fielder; McAleer, the center fielder; sent to the sheriff of Scott county, at Green. Jewell told Jordan that if he and Police Judge Dead. McKean, shortstop; Childs, second Lexington, for service. by n Neighbor. Fatally Shot 24. Judge E. Adairvii.lk, the woman would patch up their differbase; O'Connor, catcher; Tebeau, first LAJ.CA8TKU, Ky., June. 23 Late SunW. II. Steers Get Twenty Years. ences and get married he would sus- day afternoon Tlt'iidrrson Jones shot R. Moore, aged 00, died Tuesday mornbase; McGarr, third base; Blake, right Paris, Ky., June 27. After being out pend both the fine and the jail senficlderrandCuppy, pitcher. Wm. Cumloy In tho abdomen, fatallv ing. He served as magistrate of his 72 hcurs the jury in the caso of W. II. tence. Taking the judge at his word, wounding him. The trouble occurred district, and for quite a while served as Steers, who killed Jack Alexander, the couple hastened to the oflice of the MOSES ADAMS, SR., police judge of tho town of Adairville, grandnephew of Hon. Jefferson Davis, county clerk, procured a license .and about six miles from town, and began which office he held at the time of his The Oldest Man in the Mountains of Kenover Joocs telling a neighbor that Cum-le- death. He was a ago, returned a then repaired to the office of 'Squire F. prominent Mason and tucky, Tasses Away at the Age of 102 in this city two months penitentiary. had accused him (the neighbor) of Kinglit of Pythias. erdjct of 20 years in the Years. S. Graves, uho married them. The remains will milking his cows. Cum'ey denied say be Five of the jury were for a death senRod River Vhitksbubo, Ky., June 29. Sunday lug it and Jones shot him. Thu sheritl chutburied Wednesday at Knights of from Ills bocond Serious Accident. cli, the Masons and Moses Adams, sr., almost the first whito tence, and set en were for terms lain search of Jones. jACKfiOJf, Ky., June 25. The head of Dthiac nfiieiatintr. man to make a permanent settlement two to 21 years. Steers says that he is The Campaign In Kentucky. In this county, died at his home on well pleased with the verdict His Ed Mitchell, a brakeman on the L. and Richmond, Ky., June 23. J. R. Genhim through all the court E. railway, vi as badly crushed by strikRock House creek at the age of wife sat with Fbankfobt. Ky., June 23. The ing it against some object while leaning sessions waiting for the verdict. this state will be opened early try, for two years a fugitive from Jack102 years, having been born in out the window of a movintr train. It next month ly a monster demonstra son connty justice, was arrested WedDyluff of Hydrophobia. North Carolina borne time in the nesday at Berea and lodged in jail, but WiHTESiii I'G, Ky , June 27. At least has not been long since a coupling link tion either at Louisville or Lexington spring of 1794 For CO years he was a lending political characte- - in Eastern a dozen mad dogs have been killed in of a car was run through his body", from Gov. Bradley will be the chief orator oi escaped within two hours after his imKentucky andwaskno'n alloierthe this county within the last month. tho effects of which he had jubt recov- the occasion, aud Hon. John W Yerkes. prisonmentDistiller Lllbird Dead. country as "Rock House Mose." He was Cattle and hogs bitten by these dogs ered, after great suffering. .of Danville; Judge George Denny, ot Ky., June 25. Lawbencebubo, Lexington; Hon. Augustus E. Willsn, well connected. leiDg the first of the are dying of hydrophobia all over the Kew Kentucky Pbstmastcrs. Christopher Lillr.rd, of the big distilof Louisville, and other groat Adams family, of eastern Ken- county. Several children have been Washington, June 20. The followlery firm o' Bond & Lillard, died Wedtucky and southwestern Virginia. At bitten, but as yet none have shown any ing fourth-clas- s postmasters were com- speakers will participate. nesday afternoon. He leaves a large The missioned in Kentucky Thursday: W. the time of his death he was doubtless developments of the malady. To Drill on the Fourth. estate, a wife and six children. the o'dest man in the mountains, county court at this place has ordered P. Watson, Bethany, Owen county; J. Fbankfobt, Ky., June 23. Qov. old Uncle every dog found 6traying around to be F Barger, Esto, Russell county; V. Bradley has granted permission to the Struck by Lightning. though his father-in-laV.'m. Craft, has already passed his killed on sight. Walton, Ky., June 25 Lightning Ross, Morning Glory, Nicholas county; following companies of the Second regcentury mark, and is hale and active as W. A. Hinton, Muses Mills, Fleming iment to drill at Lexington July 4: struck and set fire to Dr. Bagby's house Grand Jury Rakes Louisville Officials. a boy. Louisvillk, Ky., June 27. The grand county; W. W. Ellington, Smithson-ville- , Frankfort, Carlisle, Winchester and on the farm east of Bracht Wednesday Jury, which adjourned Friday afterHarrison county. The Train Stopped In Time. Lexington companies New uniforms afternoon. The flames were extin rain. shot at the Fi.i:MiNOSiirno, Ky., June 29. A noon, fired some red-hhave bi;en received for the entire Sec- giiished by a Will lie Notllied by Moll. John It. McLean for Vice. cloudburst two miles southeast of this city authorities for their purported ond and Third regiments, and will be Fbankfobt, Ky., June 20. There disbursed from the adjutant genoral's city v ashed out a double deck trestle blindness to the fact that gambling is Frankfort, Ky., June- 25. Some on tho Hn8 of the C, F. and A. rail- going on In Louis vil'e among the higher will be no argument docket of the office shortly quiet work is being done by silver men o class sports, while a few Negroes and court of appeals published hereafter, to throw the vote of Kentucky at Chiroad and the morning train from cago to John K. McLean for vice presi had a narrow t scape from plung- newsboys have been yanked up and and lawyers will be notified through Jon Eiersolo Pardoned. dent. ing into the abyss 40 feet below, but it convicted for shaking dice or staking a the mails when cases will bo called. Ky.. June 24. Gov. Fbankfobt, Stock ln was discovered just in time to stop in few pennies on some less elevating de- This was occasioned by delays during Bradley Tuesday morning pardoned Joe the present term. Tune 25. Secretary oi Columbus, safety Connection with Hillsboro by vice. Evers.oJe, of Clay county, serving three Suite Taylor tteanesdaj authorised the rail will be cut off for a day or two. A Horse That Eas Tonne Turkeys. The Charge Hetnt; Investigated. years for manslaughter. Eversole was Cincinnati, Newport & Coringto Great damage was done by washing Pabis, Ky., June 27. 'Squire Letcher Lexingtojx, Ky., Juno 20. The engaged in the famous tre'et Railwav Co. to increase its cap. Weuthers, of Clintom ille precinct, has out the land fences, crops, etc county grand jury began Thurstalstojkfrom"$l,iO00) to S3.000.0O0. Ed Rowe, a Louisa buggy horse which has recently de- day morning an investigation of tb; mountain warfare. Sw lm Drowned Learnlnc to ville convict, was also paidoned. Forty-si- x Fraskfobt. Ky., June 29 Walter veloped peculiar carnivorous procliv- case of Tv odorc Campbell, Lexingtr applications for pardon w ere overTHE MARKETS. Thirty young turkeys wero truan' aeiman, who is charged vii ruled. Ilandy, colored, aged 17, was drowned ities. -bathing in the Kentucky river turned Into the yard the other a bribe. wnile LXKCiaxATi, Juno 2a Alleged I'er.slrtn u Indlcr Arrjsted. FLOUHSprlnpr fancy, . ill 0&3. 30 spring Sunday afternoon. He was learning end nt noon, when Mrs. Wo-tRusskli.vili.e, Ky . June 24 Abe feraily, JI5WSi&5. spring patcit. .zed. feed them he horse to swim, and ventured out where the je23. The store Davie, an alleged pension swindler, winter patont. J3 50(JA7J. funey. $J00i3.23: Tvater was deep, and drow"'' jfore Turkey ., -- ne miles west of was arrested at C....sburg, Tcnn., family. US0i7S extra, iI52.0 low grade. toll could reach linn. help Jl TSyjtOO. Northwestern.- - Ji4SSi 60. do c, was burglarized. All the monej' Tuesday, by United states Marshal city. iift). rje. eftThe Dean t... Ioloned by Candy. and several hundred dollars' worth of Grimes. He was vndicted in the KenWheat No. 2 red quotable at C:j403o. -- ' Re Midblesboko, CaTlbttsbtoo, Ky , June 29. The tucky federal court. Davie was only Sales of ono car No. 2 red. track, at CJc wr taken. Viilte that little daughter of Vaughn Armstrong ports from Harlan county Cons Sules: Mixed ear, track. 2s4e: No. 3 released frotfi tho Kentucky penitenProctor Knott for Second Place. mlxi A, track, 274c. the killing of Dean and Eldride by Is dead. Scarlet fever was at first FBANKFOBr, Ky., June 25. There is tiary several months ago Oats saics: No. 2 white, track. 2ic. Na 2 to be the cause, but it is now John Race and the Cornett brotiers, talk of booming mixed truck, I"4o white, trjck, 20o; Proctor f Attempted to Kscape. thought that the child was poisoned by has thoroughly aroused the Dean 'ac- Knott at Chicago as a dark J.horse for No. 2 choice mixed, track, 18c Ptankfobt. Ky., June 24. Lee Jen-- ' RYE Sales: Na 3, track. 33c tion and they are armed and another candy called an "all day sucker." placo. Hogs choices packers and prime butchers, battle is momentarily expected. Every second politics Gov. Knot has retfireu kins, a 'trusty" life convict from LexDrowned In the Licking. and has been rlcan of ington, was arrested and placed in the 3 S033. S5, mixed packers, ja2Kj53.30 common, precaution is being taken by the au- - Irom Ky., June 29. James E. Caklislk, th law school at Center college. county jail Tuesday morning. He was ti 7533. 20. light shippers and good fnt plgj, t3.3543.5d Berry, a farmer near Park's Ferry, thonties. is "a fjeevfdver man, it is attempting to escape. Catti-- i Heavy steera, fair to good, M.10Q The Decision Also Applies to Mlddleshoro. Whflehe was drowned while attempting to cross claimed "tft'touid do a great deal to 3.75.. choice. tS. t04.10; butchers', cood to New Kentucky Postmaster. Ky., June 27. The deMiddlesbobo, L eking river. A wife and five chilWashington. J ime 24. 11 P. Mount, choice. M.50i63. extra. S3.0O34.00: fair to cision of the court of appeals declaring 'unite silver and sound money factions dren survive him. common to ordinary. t2i and add strength to the ticket in the was Tuesday appointed postmaster at medium. an election necessary to elect a succes5.75; oxen. H 35(33.501 Heifers: Good to Max's Morphine Dose. j La Grange, Oldham colinty, Ky sor to Mayor Todd, of Louisville, next south. choice, 2.3&3.&3. fair to medium, SA6i3 25. BowujfG Gkeex, Ky., June 29. May November, applies also to Middlesboro, Corpse's Lone Journey. Sheep akd Lauds Sheep Extras, $325.3 Court of Appeals Takes a'Keeess. Lexington, Ky., June 25. The re- I Fbankfobt, Ky., June24. The court t3C5: good to choice, tl 003 25. common to Dodd committed suicide by taking an Mayor Bishop having been elected to of Jacob Krauss, of Cleveland, of appeals will adjourn Wednesday un- fair. 11.752.75: culls, tfl 0C1.50; stockcrd, of morphine She was raised fill the vacancy caused by the resignamains overdose tl.75S2.75. Spring Lambs Extras. $5.85a00; O., will arrive in New York from Carlsat Jackson, Tcnn. tion of Congressman D. G. Colson. good to choice, $5.00(35.75; common to fair, til the September term. bad, Australia, July 3. Mr. Krauss i30O2H7i A Veteran's Suicide. Quartermaster Arnold. - Mllard Dying. place last fall while in at Veal Calves With fairly good demand Lewisbl'BO, Ky., June 29. Robert Fbasfobt, Ky., June 27. Adj. Gen. died of that Lawbrnckbubg, Ky., June 24. C C ind not large receipts prices ruled about too health. Charles F. Browcr, Gt'wans, GO years old, a veteran of the Collier, Friday morning appointed search large, $3,O34.0O; fair to Common of this city, left Tuesday night to meet Lilian!, a distiller, is dying of paralysis. iamc light. M.2535.and extra, H.H. late war, suicided by hanging. 00; itood Glenn Arnold, of Lexington, as quar- his bister, Mrs. Krauss, in New York Wool Unwashed fine merino, 03I0o per termaster of the second regiment, Ken- and bring the remains here for burial Feared to Trust Hanks. Aerolite Falls at Alllnnee. clothing, 13313a. medium lb: d Union Cnv, Ind., June 24 Judge delitne nnd olotlilnj. lt13o. braid. llte: Alliance, O., June 29. During a tucky state guards. His commission in Lexingtoa's beautiful cemetery. was signed by Gov. Bradley and has thunder-storresentenced Jacob Price, a colored medium combing. 13314c Washed. Sao Marsh Thomas Richards, Kentucky Past O Rices to lie Discontinued. boy, to two years in the penitentiary merino, X to XX. 12c. medium clothing, U3 siding just outside the city limits, while been mailed to him. Newpobt, Ky., June 25. The post for robbing Wm Shumake. a wealthy 15c; delaine floeco. 11315c: long combing, 15$ sitting In his doorway, heard a sudden President bpeckert Indicted. 6c: d and low, 12.13c; common office at Dayton, Ky. , will be disconfarmer, living south of this LorisviLLE, Ky., June 27. A. J. tinued fctrnngc hissing noise, which ended after June SO, and In its stead colored S100 in cash Shumake. being coarse, 11 12c New Yokk, June 27. n of city, with a dull, heavy thud. When the Speckert, president of the bo a full carrier station of the Wheat No. 2 red. dull: July, 61 afraid of baulcs. has always kept in an Title Co ,which failed a short will 6t irm had passed over Richards startSeptember. 62tf&62tfo: December, Newport office equipped for the trans- old log hut all his money that was not ed out to investigate the cause of the time ago., for over S200.000, was indictC436Ho. money strange noise. Within two feet of the ed Friday afternoon for obtaining action of The postorder and registry loaned out, Coun Na 2. SiWSMiio; July, office at Anderson's business. Soptember. rear wall of the house he found a hole money under false pretenses. Mlsilnc Man Finally Located. Ferry Is also ordered discontinued after Oats Na z. state. 23K'S2'o: western, 21 of considerable dimensions and abv,ut Union City. Ind., June 24 George 27c: July. 203a A Morgan Rulder Dead. June 30 owing to tho new carrier route six feet in depth. After considerable Toledo, O . June 27. Seebolnn has just completed a search Daicyille, Ky., Juno 27. Capt R. D. Wheat Na 2 red cash, 61c; digging he unearthed an aerolite liogan, 78, and a bachelor, died at his established in that territory. that was started by his father 30 August. 53Ko: Septomber, 59Jc. July. 59c; A Waterspout. weighing about ten pounds. The stone home in this county, leaving an estate. He advertised in agoCorn Hopkinsville, Ky., Juno 25 One of years and - American papers both for- 2Sc Na 2 mixed July, r7H; September, is a dark brown color, and is considered He was widely known, having been a for his eign the most destructive waterspouts ever brother, but never found him His son a very fine specimen. Oats Na 2 mixed cash, 16Kc chaplain in Morgan's cavalry during known in this county burst in the viI'lTrsBUKOH. Pa., June 27. Gentry Guilty of First Decree Murder. George found the missing uncle near the war. Cattle Extra.Si.253i '5 pnmo. S4.20! 25: cinity of LafayQtte,doingmuch damage. Logansport. where he is a successful . 29. The jury PiiiLADnLPiiiA, June good. ti.00l.&-- common. t3 0033.50. common New Kentucky Postmaster. Whole fields of wheat and oats were 21(33.25 holfers, to good fat bulls and cows, In the case of James B. Gentry, the Washington, June 27. The presi- washed away in the shock. Destruc- veterinary surgeon. i3 00(34. 10 fresh cows and sprlngora, 15340. actor, on trial for the murder of bio dent Friday appointed S. H. Ford postArf Itride Tired of Life. gales accompanied the rain, and tive Hoes Prime medium. 3.6u336i; prims actress sweetheart, Madge DrysilaV master at Owensboro, Ky. ll light. i3&33.70. Yorker. 815533.65; pigs, Lima. O . June 24 Mrs Marion large tracts of land were laid under known on the. stage as Madge Yorkf ou. aged t'.i years, a bride of only a 8t503.55. heavy hogs. i3.1&33 3a Barns, fencing and houses water. Killed by a Stick of Timber. returned a verdict Saturday inornin Shesh Prime, SIS'JJHOO; eood, 81603170; few mouths, committed suicide Tuesfair, 83 0X3X40. of murder In the first degree. Middlesbobo, Ky., June 27. James were swept away. day aflernoon by taking arsenic. No good yearnnga, common. i 03175: fair to 82.7ol 25;, spring lambs, $100 New School ltullitlnff at Lcltchlleld. Cooths, a laborer at Asher's sawmill, caiso Is known. 36.03. veal calves. Si 00:54.50. Leitchfield, Ky., June 25. Tho was struck in the stomach by a piece Chicago. June 27. school boanl let the contract to build Calls on September wheat opened at 56W3 of timber and instantly killed. 56Hc. declined to SSJf56,Se, last prico s the new graded school building to Dan You can carry opened at bCjio, sold at 55 Mc. last prlco Prison Itomnnce. Bieybach & Son, of this place, their Ilrakeman Killed. 5JH .55J.C the little vial of Fbankfobt, Ky., June 24. Catlettsbubo, Ky., June 20. John bid of S2.000 being the lowest The Calls on Soptember corn opened at I9c, sold Cooper, of the Kentucky penitenDr. Pierce's PleasMcDurmott, an N. and V. brakeman, building, which is to be completed by t 27Jc, last price 8c Puts opened at 280, ant Pellets right was killed in the yards at Kenova, December 1, is to be of frame, twostories tiary, arrived Tuesday morning frtm last price 277irSc Taylorsville to officiate at the marriage Ind, Juno 27, Ho was from southern Texas, and high, seven rooms, with large auditorin the Cattle Quiet Saturday; prices unchanged-of Capt. Ed George, son of ium on the second floor. of your dress suit; leaves a family. Hoss Good to choice medium and Henry George, to Miss licttio Stone 13.25(3140, mixed and heavy, 8115(33.25; heavy Drowned in a Clatern. Jeff Adklns Held for TiIhI. Land it will not daughter of Jarvis Stone, of to chqlco, f3.25S3.45. BorKissviLLE, Ky., June 20. Otho Gbavson, Ky., Juno 25. Jeff Adkins make even a little child of Jake was given an examining trial, charged tho penitentiary. Young Gtorgo was Qnarles, tho lump. The" Pel formerly guard at the penitentiary, county, in killing Winston lets" are so small Quarles, ofanChurchill, in thisand was with aiding hanging his body toFletch- but he is now a commercial traveler open cistern fell into a tree. er and then for a Louisville house. that 42 to 44 of drowned. Adkins was bound over to the Novemthem go in a vial Fatal Fight Near IlopClnsvIlle. ber term oi the Carter circuit court l'riaoner Attempts Snlclde. t, Hopkinsville, Ky., June 24.' At a scarcely more than Jack Marcum, held on the same charge, Louisville, Ky., June 20. Ella colored people's festival att haphiehory, colored, attempted to commit sui- was given a trial Wednesday. an inch long, and Mr. IJ. "Wettstein, a Jake Drake became involved in a quaras big round as a cide in a cell at central police station Died From Ills "Wounds. rel with Ernest Jagoe, upon whom he enterprising citizen of Byron, 111., by hanging herself with her stockings. lead pencil. Paintsville, Ky., June '25. Robert writes: "Before I paid much attenM. George, the aged farmer living on opened fircone ball eutei ing the letTobaceo Grower Drops Dead. They cure conHi ter's breast and one tsking effect in tho tion to regulating the bowels, I Mt. Steblino, Ky., June 20. James Tom's creek, this county, who was restipation. MS hardly knew a well day; but since I n H. Pierce, a tobacco growburglars, died Wed- shoulder of a man named Shelton. One " Pellet" er of this county, dropped dead Thurs- cently robbed by a.id Jagoe's brother tliep camo up and learned the evil rethe physicians nesday evening, is a laxative - two day morning of heart disease. killing him. Insults of constipation', claim that th shock caused by the en- opened fire on Drake, have yet. iteen a mild cathartic. and tho efficacy of trance of the robbers into the old mans stantly. No arrests Thrown From a Slate. xcade. One taken after LuwifiBUBO, Ky., June '20. A farmer room hastened his death. Mr. Coleman' Plnoe. dinner will stimu-actio- n named .Marion was thrown from a mule Judge Patterson Dead. late digestive and palliate he was riding Thursday evening. Ho Ky., June 25. Judge C. Frankfort. Ky., June 24. Chapman Lancaster, Pills, I have not had Coleman, formerly secretary of the James Patterson, one of the oldest and They is not expected to recover. the effects of one day's sickness United States legation at Berlin, but most prominent men. in. the county, act with gentle efficiency on, stomfor over thirty years present i(nibas- Zimmerman Goes to Korope. died early "Wednesday morning. He who lost out when tuo been ach, liver and bowels. They don't appointed not ono attacic ixr New York, Jnne 20. Gns Zimmer- had the distinction of being an ante Bacttir took charge, has do the work themselves. They man, the champion rifle shot, sailed for helium county judge, having been clerk of the United States court ;it this that did not readily yield to this place, vice Will .1. Chinn, Jr--. rcjdg ed simply stimulate the natural action Europe Thursday on the Fuerst Bis- elected In lSJ. remedy. My wife liad been, previon account of impaired health .Mr. of the organs themselves. That marck, lie is going to shoot a, match ous to our marriage, an invalid for Died I'rom an Operation. Coleman resides in this" city, and mar.is where they differ from all other with L. Angeheln, the champion sharpyears. She had a prejudice against Walton, Kjf., June 25. Lyle, the Tied Miso Hondrickseveralyears ' pills. That is what makes them shooter of Switzerland. The contest cathartics, but as pooh as. she began son of Newton Hudson, died will take place some time next month., from tho shck of an operation per- ago. better than all other pills. You to use Ayers Pills her health was ' Two Killed in a tight. don't become a slave to their use as Mr. Zimmerman will also compete in formed for appenJicitis. A, sac, the restored." shoot at Versailles. size of an cgd was attached to the London Dkpot, Ky.. June "4. On wkh other pills, because their help an international France. Zimmerman Is In great form. appendix, and gangrene was de- Clover Fork, In Harlan eount'h six Jasls. Once used, they are always At the Union Hill schuetzenpark, re- veloped. grilles above narlan Courthouse, one oft m. favor. ' in as cently, he scored 150 bull's-eyePracticed MIclneTTltlinut License. - the bioodiijvt. battles of ruoderu'jyears CAimejr. Dr. Pfercrt HeanBt PeHeU many 6hots. Vancebukg Ky., June 25.T)r. Wm. uok place, with John I'ace., IrvIU'Cor-- It's an easy satac to remember Dotil let a d. Otdncv. was arrested for nett and HarrlsouXornett on oak sMe sieui&c dnwgWt talk yoir lato"omrtWM.JHt IAXDEB, Wyomiag, a town of Bearly j Berrv. of rft.MM;M cegoa." He make more money on the 3utt practicing ml'dioirie. without license, I and Georgev Dean, William Stewart and,' a sooaw kind. That's why he would rather 3,000 Inhabitants, enjoys the distinction on the other. 3 Dean ccrac: was aiGuunnftv. wiui T)avum Eldridj? you had better not take lUstu AHkb. mt removed from offing andJJIdri'dire wwv. killed. The slayers') Beta d Biptama s&WWtt'i 7fe Varsfrce snplr (4 to 7 dose) of Pleataot ' rail way I.of way. iBeorporated. tewm h leave 0 idocWtshjiaM' he "attempt to Mh-A- l X !r & wala BMe'wHfibetfiwt wk wctmi Awtywiinry mimbm ,theUsHd mim 'V' ?. h effus-caoo'-fic- c. h, ONE KILLED And Many Seriously Injured In a Cyclone Uy. Considerable t West Damage To Property. OwKNSBOito, Ky., June 29. Saturday afternoon West Louisville, n village 13 SIX KILLED Within Few Mouths, as the .Kciult of a Leslie County Iuod. Htden, Ky., June 27. The llttlo mountain town of Cumberland Range is "being kept at white heat since Capt. Higknight, the alleged in tho killing of Hon. W. P. Bentley, has been on trial. The Paces moved for change of venue, but were overruled on account of former application. Pace's followers are here in force from Clay county, Kentucky..! n Firing is kept up nightly and an of blood is hourly expected. Moonshine is as free as water. "Winchester guns boom at intervals day and night. When the Lewis and Pace facand this is being inevittions cla-able, another killing or more will unoccur. The following doubtedly named have been killed since November, 1S95: A. B. Higknight slew his brother, Joseph. A. 1$ then shot Hon. W. P. Bentley, his attorney, and at the same time was by his adversary, who, too, was a fratricide; Allen Lewis, of Lewis & Sons was kilted by Abe Pace; Howell Bowlding, by brother Cli; old Mose Higknight, shotdown by thehandof an assassin while hoeing in his corn field. Six in all have met violent deaths in eight months, and still the work goes or Ky., Juno SO. Thursday morning just before nine o'clock Muss Rosa Cnudill, daughter of W. Vault. BAKBOCBsvnxE, KENTUCKY EDUCATORS- J NEARLY SUFFOCATED. Caudlll'a Daughter Atrlilent-all- y They Will Hold Tl.elr Annual.Meetlnc li Ctm lu:iatl This Week. Locked In Her Father's Deposit COURT OF APPEALS I dying of suffocation in her father deposit vault. Caudill is deputy interna! revenue collector for this district, and his daughter acts as his clerk. Caudill left the office to take a train out of the city. He left MUs Caudill and her friend, J. IL Bycrly.'in the For amusement Byerley had the young lady get in the vault and let him close the door. When he did so the combination was unintentionally turned and tho vault locked. It was then train time, the station almost a mile away and Caudill at the depot, with the secret of the combination to tho vault. Byerly ran for hib life, and happily tho train was reached as it was. leaving the station. The combination was secured and the "vault opened after an expiration of about fifteen minutes. Tho young lady was found to be unconscious. In the care of physicians she is slow ly recovering. J. Caudill, came near Cincinnati, June 23. The Kentnckj State Educational uswcialion's annua? meeting takes jlacc Tuesday. 'Ihr Dcniilson hotel will be the licr.dqnar tent There will be ubout IftH of tli. leading educators of tho state in al already reg tendance. Among tho-istered are: Profs. (. Clinton Han na and wife, Versailles, Ky.; R L. Garrison and wife, Georgetown; V F. Runiey, Carlisle; Mcllenry Rhode Frankfort; Superintendent Mark am wife, and Col. J. E. Darland, Loulsvilh Prof. Weber, Nashville, Tcnn; a II Dietrich, Hopklnsvillc; Prof. P. W Grinstcad, Lexington; Prof. Lecmaster Lancaster. An interesting feature of the. occa slon will be tho marriage of Prof. W.N Stice, of Brownsville, Ky., to a younj.' lady of Brownsville. Of Kentucky Adjourns After Giving Somt Important Decisions. FBASKFOhT, June 25. lhe court o1 appeals adjourned at 4 o'clock Wednes- jggjL fcf 1 "1 1. W " , SjL SB 4 pv" on. - -- i, 4-" V day afteinoon for the summer, but handed down some important decisions tt the last minute. The five cases nvo.ving the right of the city of Louisvillo by ordinance to reduce he salaries of certain city officials was lecided against the city on the ground that the officials were "officers" within he meaning of that section of the constitution which savs that the salary of no officer shall be changed or reduccdi. durinc the term for which he was elected. The ordinance is held to bo valid, of :ourse, but the court says it docs not apply to tho present officials, as they were elected or appointed before the ordinance was passed. The salaries and were reduced about that much of the salaries has since been withheld pending the suit, so now the officers will get a fat slice of bad: one-thir- d, " A'iiHf ?, ' """V "y Ar A J& J. ESESa Vffj&l Ijlr 1 S7ir IF 'iVgRxV BEFORE 2SC f)45 iflUpSl iSPl! OF Druggest, Richmond, Ky. 9 f10 Easfli. Qolcfclr. Peraacefitly Rastored. Lost Vitality, Nerrons Debility. Inaomnta, Tanin? Komory. aodau Waitlof DIscsmi and all WeitnsuM naalunil znm euir or liter txeen-es- . tl per box. 6 (or SS. alstM loaojiadrcwonrecwWefrnc. Tho Boat iledlcino Co, 6u Paul, KSaa. (jr;2?Ui,22 I HP WL Bft JBSold by W. G. White, M IbbP qP aTttn BIG AND GOOD. W i,: P our entire stock. oe Shoes and Eurnisliing Goods must be closed out 25 0 Wv ! " g an-tol- 9 ? ats r. ) 5 e) Don-erai- l, m PLUG ' Sometimes cruallty b sacrificed In the effort to give big quantity for little money. No doubt about th.au But once in a while it Isn't, Jig " S PRinnQ Come and get ! s ) bargains. Our V-- well-behav- For instance, there's "BATTLE AX." The piece is bigger ihan you ever saw before for 5 cents. And the quality is, as many a man has said, mighty good." Tnere's no guess work in this statement. Ibis lust a plain fact "VVrtt run rtrrsva. it fair investincr 5 cents in " BATTLE AX.'' 'fe B W Ve ( is now going on. sale (3 c 1 Millioenj at Great Bargain?. .S RICHMOND. IHENRY-KLE1N-J-80N- Ky.,-Jun- e li MOTT SAYS IT MUST BE TELLER. vASSSvSiSsSSS t&plo 210 MAIN STREET, K7. y , cam-.paigni- n , well-know- n Don't miss seeing those fine silver nlaid spoons at D. P. Armer's, warranted 45 Mr Mott, Chairman of the National for 25 years and cheap Committee of the Silver party, says: Kentucky miliars in session at Lexing"I favor riding the free silver itsuc ton decided that a halt crop of wheat On that issue w e can u in if would be the best the State would do. all are united. If the Democrats will States Senator Lyman not indorse Senator Teller, then I am in favor of combining with the Populists Tri tnbull, died at Chicago Thursdjy, ami free siher Republicans and letting :i).cd S3 vears. the Democrats go it alone In that ca'-the Democrats will not carry over fhe or six States, and will be the third party. The election would then be thrown in the House of Representatives." bare-back. Ex-Unit- and Fancy taiB. Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Canned Goods. Salt by the Barrel Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries JC3yCome andsec me e a'y'L" . PEOPLE'S PARTY MAN WRITER. ot he-iv- - Hills-bor- Fa3--ett- e French-Kversol- e -- x 1 - o : N-t- o - sup-7os- cd ex-Go- v. e 3.00-3.4- C- C- -- quarter-bloo- m (By telegraph to the Editor of the N. Y. World.) BEST MADE.... St. Louis, June 20. Unique, efficient, labor savma. "Will The Republican party cannot secure a bpriukle 4 times jjreater area than bingle elector in any state west of the any others. HijiiPbt award at the Mishi-tsiupChicago Exposition. River if the silver Republi i cans and Populists combineona national The "Little Gi nt" Tkaveling Lawn ticket, which I have no dotibt they will Si'iunkler is au ingenious, efficient, and i wonderful machine. Under au ordinary ' water pressure of 30 pounds I or upward The silver Democrats, cannot JrO' , it w ill dra' 100 feet of ganlen hobe and more than half of the Southern States propel itself slowly and continuously in without the aid of the Populists and sil- - .either a straight line or a circle ot any diameter, while juay be The moment the Cbi-ca- u desired at will from 15 its speedfeet per ver Republicans. varied to 500 1G to convention declares for silver hour. 1, the Democrats will lose at least 20 per li? means of a figured dial plate it ocnt of their strength, w hicli is the sound-mone- y nuj he set to travel any desired distance. A moment suffices to change its element, who will votu the Re- speed from the highest to the lowest remain at home on and it may be gauged to distribute a publican ticket or election day. bpray effectively over a ewarth varying With a loss of 20 per cent the states of in w nith from 5 to 50 feet, while by simply throwing it out of gear it is instantly .Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia conveited into a statiosauv sprinkler and West Vireinia will give their elec- of exceptional efficiency. tors to the Republicans. The same los lhe propelling force is supplied by in Texas, Alabama, Georgia and North back pressure of water iu tho arms causing them to revolve with force and Carolina will give thosd States to the rapiJity while at the same time they Populists. throw out a fine spray or mist. Body of sprinkler made of iron In all the old Republican States w est of the Mississippi River, with the excep- "painted." Arms and standard made of brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 inches tion of Iowa and California, the Demo- long, 15 inches wide over all Wheels, cratic party is the insignificant third 10 inches diameter. Height of tip of party, while the People's party is the arm head, 15 inches. Total weight, 40 btrong second party. The Democrats pounds. The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received cannot secure a single elector from any the highest award at theAVbrld's Columof these states without with bian Exposition, Chicago. the Populists, nor can they elect their (FREIGHT PAID.) PKR1CE, $15.00. State and Congressional tickets. No President who favors the free coinE. STKBBm lAmCTDRI.G CO, age of silver 10 to 1 can be elected in Sole igtiti si i Xusfcctcrcn, 1SJK5 without the assistance and undivided SPMGnELD, 2liS. of the People's party. support ig'stt uitfl mrrf&cre. H. E. Taubeseck, Chairman People's party, National DSTCan be seen in operation at residence of editor of Climax Committee. . I SPRI1M. F . R. Rowland, :ti St JUST 1VL CEIVED D DIRECTLY FROM" HEW OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. COME mi AID WE SEE THE BARGAINS HAVE FOR YOU! LfiRGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM KND LOWEST PRICES. WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING 0DR - SPRING GOODS. oimEB . . 1 quurter-bloo- German-America- 11-- C!I-!6- c: yuun 1- -1 Notions, stooz: oie hosiery, CTCTE2. IPIRI'-E- S Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete .. jOR'T JJTOP JOBACCO. Hnw to 0: !4Jtf3-i4Vi- c Owing to the financial condition of the country, we think it is best for our customers, as well as ourselves, to adopt the cash system. Wo can sell goods at much lower prices for csish than we cm on credit, simply because we lose no bad debts. Consequently we will, ou July 1st, begin tho cash system. Please do not ask for credit for you will be refused. NOLAND BROS', Union City, Ky. Ver-mi- 'si a FREE SILVER t ii 56Xc-Put- If you are afraid lo let your money loose, for fear of a depreciated currency in tli future, go to B. P. JWMER'S uml put it in Diamonds, wlierc it will be safe, and at tlie prices he is offering them, you trill be able to realize v vest-pock- et a 2rofU on them 50- - corn-m- en ex-Cle- two-year-ol- d Gar-nct- Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. well-known, is nl well-know- AYER'S over-eatin- g. IWi ' . vcri-'for- m s AYER'S v -- the-fartaa- et wauwiuu Btiu riirM; . Fnlin hundreds of testimonials, the origrlals of which are on file and open RANGE, to iniipeetion, the following is presented: I SEE THEM Parlor Solid Vestibnlod Trains, with Claytou, Nevada, Co., Ark , Jan 23, 1895. i Cta.i, E'eiBtnt Cvaclies Dluint; DuffelWguei EXAMINE THEM t iir, Prlvie Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Slftiiiin Cnra Mid lniroved y Ijep'irtnuint hutlet 8'tciinj Cars, PURCHASE THEM! Crosse, Wis'. Gentlemen: For forty. in turnnhed Willi toikt eucli compurtmem. Best iciminal station. June to October !; yearaH used tobacco in all its forow. For twenjiy-fiv- e years of that time I was a ST- graatjpun"erer from general debility and The Finest White Sulphur heari disease. For fifteen years I tried Solid Vcstlbuled TrnliiK with BuHel Parjor to quit, but couldn't. I took various Oiim, Coaches nnd Dlnlni; Cars and Wuier aad Chalybeate Water KajrptSleeplngCarx. Kiiterlnght I.oulocr m the New Merchant' Bridge, avolillug remedies, among others in the World. tunnel. CO ORCHESTRA Best mnsic ana "Tha Indian Tobacco Antidote," of Gold," etc., etc, but none Dancing Hall in the State. of thtjn did aie the least bit of good. M Flotel well appointed. ateeplug Cirnae from Tlie only Finally, however, I purchased a box of ClucinijRiL ThrouRh Wagner weeplnjc car. EUrgaut ifjj Mr. Geo. Slevens, Clerk. your " and it has Prof. Ino. 0. Miller, Leader cured me of the habit in all itsentirely forms, of Orchestra. iindlhave increased thirty" pounds in rPree Bowling Alley and Bi- weiKil and. anf relieved from .all th The "SoiUiwestem UmlteilV 8nlll Vestl in Tntlns, will) Coaibiua'Ion Library, cycle Track. Free Kindergar- iimnaro aches and paius of lHidy and Puled' auC Smoking Cars, Wasue Hleepluii Buffet Hlrgtnt Conches nnd Dining Cars, land ten for children. i;nnd I could write a quire of j)aper birs,posvpfigeint in Mew York City Iiig utxl A trained Lady Vocalist. unor. my changed feelings and condiiian Depot. P(4ittvely no Heiry Transfer. Bcsure yoar Mfeet read via "BIG FOUft Yotra respectfully, P. H. Maubuky. TtetorCr. Church, Clayton, Ark. J5. 0, MJCCEWOZ ' D. B. 1CASTIN SOLD IN Bsard, - - - $2.00 per lay. SolJhy all at$1.0Qper box, PaierjrTrac Mjrr. oa, Pa.Tku Agl to $12.50 '-- per week. three 5oxes, druggists daya . trwtrceiU) 310.00 RICHMOND. (tliirty CINCINNATI, O )2 50, tkJi Wnttoa "gukrnntv BY. ot urice. PA. 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