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J mm mnnnruutruiruuinjijvnjurruuuinj utra " VOLUME X. ojpeptlc. bilious sijftcreti, of rlctinis re-c- RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1896. Latest U. S. GoVt Report NUMBEE 5. -- t1 ::; ASK tho recovered - fever and ugue, tho mercurial diseased patient, how they o ered health, cneer-(n- l spirits and Kood apjwtite, they will tell you by takinc SIM-ItO- ram It Will Be the Most Strenuous Political Gathering of the Year Thus Far. WILLIAM C. WHITNEY'S DESPERATE FIGHT. Bourke ' ou I.ivli; Rkou-LA- I Th Cheapest. Purest and Best PanUy Medicine in the World! For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Jana-dicItilious attack. SICK HEAOACH It, Colic. Dries'; on of Spirits, SOUR bTOMACH, Heartburn, etc. This unrivalled remedy ia narructul not to contain a single pantile of ULRCUKt, or any mineral aubtiauce, but it e, containing those Southern Roots and Herbs wliich an all wise Providence has placed in prevail. ccuntrio --.here Liver Diseases mostDerangeIt lll cure all Diseases caused by ment ot the Liver and Bowels. The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a bTer or bad taste in the month; Pain in the Lac- -, Siits or Joints, often mistaken for Sour Stomach; Loss of Appetite; Itowe't alternately costive and lax; Headache: I oss of Memory, with a painful sensation of tiavinsr failed to do something which ought to have been done; Debility; Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance of the Side and Eyes, a dry touch often tnUiakcn for Consumption. Some'ames many of these symptoms attend the likeaie, at others very few; but the LIVER is generally the seat of the dlseas. and If not Herniated in time, Rreat suffering, wretched-nrvtan- ) DEATH "will ensue. The following highly etteemed persons attest to the virtues of bimmons Liver Regulator: fieri W S Holt, Pres. Ga. S. W. R. R. Co , Rev. I K. Felder, Perry, Ga.; Col K. K. Sparks, Allan-, Ga.. C Masterson. liibbCct, Oa , Hon. Alexander H. Stephens. have tested Its virtues, personally, and "Wa kn it that for Dyspepsia, biliousness and Ti.rc.Lib ng Hcadacno it is the best medicine the uTd ever saw Ve tried forty other remedies tefore Simmons Liver Regulator, but none gave us more than temporary relief; out the Regulator not only relieved, but cured us." En, TlUCkirn and ME33ENCEH, Macon. Ga. Kbeu-ma'isiu, Esq-Sher- iff PURELY VEGETABLE, will be no greater speech than the wonderful address delivered by Cockran on the night of Cleveland's nomination in 1&D2. Viewed in tho light of tho circumstances which led up tor and followed its delivery, this speech was an integral part of one of the most interesting and dramatlo possagca of recent political history. It was Into at night but it seemed evident to Qhairman Harrlty and others of Mr. Cleveland's managers that the convention was now ripe to name him as their candidate. Whether the delegates would remain in thoearrto frame of mind in casu there wag an ad- - Cnamplonshlp. or eitne; mcuu, deeming It better to be pacific in their words to strive to draw the party together on middle ground rather than to commit it irretrievably one way or the other. Bland, of Missouri, will also be heard, and he, and probably Boies, of Iowa, will espouse the white metal's cause as vigorously as Coudert and Russell that of gold. Beyond a doubt the democratic convention of 1690 will bo notable for the eloquence of lta addresses. ex-Go- v. Highest of all in Leavening Power. .DO YOU MKNT v. 1? ABSOLUTELY dry as continual sunshine doc3 the earth. Clouds are necessary for our growth in grace, poor fallen creatures as we are. Western Record. Tomas Minnock, a hypnotist, of Bridgeport, Conn., was overhauled at a railroad station when about to elope whith Miss. Sadie Cook and was soundly thrashed by her mother. A great amount of litigition is thought to be unavoidable over the construction put by the State Board of Valuation upon tho law as to estimating the value of corporate franchises for taxation. 2&IS3 PURE - W Cockran, Who Fought Cleveland in 1892, Will Not Be There, But There Will Be No Lack of Fine Speaking for Either Gold or Silver The Populists. y Copyrlifht, 6yS. VkfTlr-ltnf TTlA A RMitnC MANUFACTURED ONLV BY J. H. ZEIUN CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. democratic national, convention will be ' far and nway the most interesting and strenuous gathering of American citizens bo far of the present year. Therti are those among the populists who hold that their convention, to bo held in St. Louis two weeks after the Chicago convention, will bo an even more exciting n meeting, but as a famous romance writer la fond of saying, "that is another story, to be referred to a little later on. It Is certain that tho congregation to bo sheltered under the roof of the Chicago Coliseum on Tuesday end for the several days following will contain just tho sort of elements cal- Anglo-Indin- h. Ilf lA rllt.Vlfl. fllV ifimnntmi his suggestions uniformly boro good fruit. Once when he proposed the spending of a considerable sum of money to secure the services of a high- priced correspondent in the interviewf 41ift "!, nmtl rtf t t K PROFESSIONAL ATT0?.-TYS. COLUMN. 9v L?6fXs . 11. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky Ril hmond, Office No i Firt street, up stairs. W II', GRANT E. LILLY, A T TORNEY-A T-L- A Richmond, o - - Kentucky office H. W corner Main Vi A i r als ijii and Second streets Will practice in all the courts of and adjoining counties ami Court o a J C. & D. M. OHENADLT, Kentucky. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Richmond, eery - - lice on Second street, over Chenault's gro STEPHEN D. PA.RRISH, A TTORXEY AT LA Richmond, ... W, Kentucky. ratents. Caveats, Trade Maries, Designs, Etc Report as to patentability of invention Free of Cbarge Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. 46-Beforr applying for a patent, write me. PSTSICIA27S. DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. on ... - the Joe Cc.lins building, 18 and ?o r ei, over Wnii. eew dmotere Sec- 27 eulated to Gtlr things up and that the tall tower of that building may witness the making of the most important variety of political history. Xone will be more conspicuous among those who will h'elp make history thc-than William C. Whitney. lie will ::ot bu a member of tho convention, to bo pure, preferring to b5 what is sometimes known as a "sidewalk delegate," and to do his work from without the walls, but no one who knows tho man, w ill doubt for on instant his ability to make quite as much of an impression upon the history of his party from without the walls as from within. It was not as a delegate that he worked for the nomination of Cleveland in 1892, but ho won, and that in the face of bitter opposition, tho t ery bitterest of which was manifested by democrats of his own state. And the fact that he hardly hopes completely to win in his fight for tho gold standard this yecr will not take away one jot from theenergy of his fighting rr mitlgato his persistence in the slightest degree. William C Whitney Is one of thoo who neer surrender be would go unflinching to political destruction if necessary, but ho would not think of yielding what ho considers c vital point. e Mr. Whitney's Recent Careet. CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary Vetennar Mmn and Denti-tr- y CoUtge. "Si e Hr.t streets, Richmond and Stenhty a Specialty p stairs over New York Store, corner 46- - Throo years ago Mr. Whitney was spoken of in many quarters as one who has retired, probably finally, from politics. Three weeks ago he had no notion of acthely reentering the field this year, n. a Medicine and feurvery.jj jasper, m. llrondway. Oflice Collins Bulldini;, MainStreet- Tiitphciie at residence (the Curr place) on Ru IIJIOXD, - Kentucky. A corporation styled the Cotton and DR. II. H. ROBERTS..... Land Claims Investment company, Brands, three grades. AVe can save you 1.10 1255 Kentucky P mis whose principal business will be to push money. Send us a. trial order; you will A. M. EspefcTOflice: Corner Duncan Avenue and 'M 3.10 11.43 the federal government to settle a claim be glad with our products. ' deep-tonecially pleased to hear from country merPleasant Street, Paris, Ky. A. 51. P. X. I Christian Intelligencer, of for $235,000, a loss incured during the chants. The 11.43 3.19. Jta?Oflke Hours: 8 to 10 a. ni., 1 to 4 p. civil war, was licensed to do business rUtHrWD T. BUM1B White fi Ross, A. M New York City, in speaking of yesterday. The particular claim referP. M. tu., 7 to 8 p. in. leW 15 Stanford. Lancaster an r. x -- T X X tRichmond, Ky. 49 professional evangelist, sayj: "The red to was one of Joseph Anderson, now p. it. Rowland, $750,000... Specialties... 8:10 7:40 Stanford, fact is, both in this country and deceased, and is for cotton and lumber Wna caa think r bone simple Judge Coleman has granted a in Europe, such movements have destroyed near Nashville, Tenn., when Wanted-- An E e. Ear, Nose, Throat and Stomach -Mng to patent? Pmtnet Tonr Idea: therr ma Toll writ of error in the case of Mary been growing less and less in re- Gen. Grant was camped at that point in Write JOHN WEDDEBBUBH brlmr Patentwealtn. BSfOut-goin- g CO Attortrains connect at Paris Washington. D. C for their in 1863. The fortunes of war also de DR. 0. A. KENNEDY, Abernalhy, convicted of the mur- cent years. Evangelists are not so prived Anderson of 85,000 acres ol val- neys.Us: or two hundred lnrentlosagUEOU prixa offer' with Lexington, Frankfort, Cincinnati, wanted. and Mavsville and intervening points. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, der of Mr. Pollard, in Lunenburg, much in demand as formerly. uable land along Duck river, Arkansas. g trains connect at Wiscmis-te- r Kentucky. Richmond, this with Lexington and points weat, Va. Even some of the most successful The purpose of incorporating in of a and Mt. Sterling and points ea3t- state is to secure the advantage Office in Smith Uuilding, No. xai Main Street, np g John Benn, a Long Island Rail- of them are returning to the -trains connevt at LivingsOffice hours 12 to i and 4 to 5 o'clock. States court, find save the trouble itairs United ton with Cumberland Gap, KnoxviHe. road section hand, earning $7 a ecorn. of first going through the state courtB of Louisville and intervening points. I Good Speaker Will Oe Hoard. Out-goi- n week, has inherited $100,000 by trains connect at Rowlanl Minnesota and Tennessee. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Yet although Cockran will not be (near Stanford) with Ctimbertami lisp, - Bernard AMERICAN HORSES INGERMANY. incorporators are William A. Egyou. want the best Washing MaThe If the death of his uncle,Kentucky Richmond, there to woken the echoes with hla KnoxviHe, Louisville and intervening chine that fs made, one that a child points. bert and James E.Sebringof Minneapolis, RXttARQ golden words, dullness is hardly likely Earle. T W.LRUS5ELL do not stop where no time can operate, call on, or address, After the adoption of measures against Minn., and A. J. McAllister, oi Denver. to settle down upon the crowd within Telephone at office and residence. v HORACE fioits Mrs. Annie Letant, a wealthy American cattle coming into this is specified. Denver News. tho Coliseum's walls. Waller. Ciias. Walleb, For additional information, inquire of I interested myself as actively .is I at least before tho convention, in spite evidence at the Chicago convention of of Connecticut, will be one of the yellow widow, of WestBrighton,N. Y,was G. W. EVANS, M. D., Richmond, Ky. K. HOOD, agent at Richmond, or of Kentucky Fair Dates. metal's strongest champions, and he la be1802, but since dropped out in other agents. Kentucky of his brilliant victory of Cleveland's ago. nnd who iswho hasretirement. Bourke a hard hitter from tho platform when robbed of jewelry worth $3,000 by could to induce dealers to import AmerRichmond, "Agents wanted. still in The following arc the dates for holding half at the convention iour years gaining ho is orowed, as ho will be at Chicago. her coachman, who has escaped. ican horses, but the process of Having retired from the practice of medicine This victory was the climax of one of Cockran, the graceful, eloquent Irish as reyear so far .confidence for such an enterprise was the Kentucky tairs this several years a CO, for reasuu best known to my battles of man, who fought tho nomination of Mr. W. E. Russell, of Massachusetts "Bilor self, 1 aain offer "uy profeisional services to the the most stubbornly-conteste- d A Boston jury has awarded1 elow, and Buccess was not secured until ported to this office. Secretaries, any will tini'y. Persons desir his entire political life. It was followed Cleveland as vigorously as Whitney ly" Russell olso an people of Richmond ana other officers will please advise us of ucor C4nb ing my services will nnd ny ortice nrst be another, nnd his addresses, too, ore Hannah M. Whitmore $3,000 for Americans themselves imported hoises of the residence of N. H 'Deatherage on Second by a campaign in which none worked struggled for It, is now across the sea. errors or omissions in the list: YOU street. with more fire, enthusiasm and Bagaclty and it is suspected that If be ever re- forceful and to tho point, while if Fred- injuries receieed on a steamer of and established the trade. Sharpsburg, July 223 days. was not chairman turns to political activities, is more erick R. Coudert, who Is hardly surSince the first importation by dealers THE INSTANT RELIEF T0U BIT FB0B than he. Although he and Miners Com- from St. Louis to Hambojgj. one year .igo Richmond. July 21 1 days. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, of the executive committee, it was his likely to do so as a British subject than passed as a forensic ejieaker In tho New the Merchants York bar and stands near the level of pany. Curdsville, July 285 days. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, genius that directed many of the. an an American citizen. last January, fully 10,000 Ameriixin In his way, Bourko Cockran is as Dr. Depew himself os an after-dinnWinchester, July 294 days. Kentucky shrewdest moves, his energy that cararrived in Germany. They Richmond, There is one Baptist church in horses have days. ried them through. His endeavors for notable a man as Whitney. But It is as speaker, shall take the floor for gold, a Uniontown, Aug. given such thorough satisfaction treat on.ee and residence on Third Strew. the success of the ticket were not ex an orator, and not as an organizer and vided quite os enchanting as that pro- Maine which has been in existence have dealers from Berlin, Hamburg. Bre days. Columbia, Aug. by Cockran in 1803 will be affordthat W.L'WH-1 erted in any single direction. He made director, that Cockran shines. Inas- ed days. Danville, Aug. those who are present at the conven- since 1792 which is now reduced men, and other points have become CURES Ca&e, Craops, DIarrhcea, Flux. Cholera suggestions regarding the conduct of much as the fight over the currency at STJSGS2.Y. DENTAL Shepherdsville, Aug. 11 1 days. Morb.Naea.CansesofWater.e. to one member Last year there enough interested to import themselves. the sDeakers'bureau.ibe committee that j Chicago will undoubtedly be one of the tion. H EALS Cuts, Barns, Bruises. Scratches, Bites of Senator mil, too, will be sure to make Lawrenceburg, August IS i days. cnarge, tne ustterest on recora, tue convention wjh had the polling of voters in Tho Danish, Australian, and Russian DR. A. WILKES SAO.TH, Versailles, Aug 113 days. fir. 'NMg-t3-Skf- f. V BREAKS UP Bad Colds. LaGrippe,Inoea, Kirily be treated to savn memorable an imrressio address perhaps more were two. gettingoutof "documents" and the horse usually supplied this marketwith Croup, Sore Throat, etc. t1 none ' f ami so will that other awakDENTAL SURGEON, was draft horses. Tho Austrian and Russian Springfield, Aug 203 days. use of the party press, with flights of oratory in behalf of both th way to make ery While a riotous crowd Tim. ing orator, Campbell, of Ohio. SUELL3 GOOD, TASTES GOOD. DOES GOOD-Evv. bite money and the yellow, but there Kentucky equal surety of judgment: and from the Richmond, 50c Par Bottle. at 2Ec and on, amlf one, aaeh KoRellef. No Pay. wedded horses being light, the Danish was the Lebanon, Aug. 253 days. Sold Eerj-he- re v"t ril u ho will speak will oesimierl!- - "belling" the newly Mo boula. u iU, Btjn, tw, Shelbyville, Aug. 254 days." ho-s- e u. mcdr MPniCINR CO. (Inucrhter of James h.vans, of only real competitor the American Madisonville, August 26 1 days. OrriCE Smith building. Main Street. Oface had in Northern Germany, but ihe hours, oax to 12 M.; io to 4 P. M. President Johnson, he failed to be days. LYMAN TRUMBULL. LaGrange, Sept. Of the men who were in con Newark,0., he fire among them and American are really preferred by those rse"Practice limited to dentistrv. dajs. Bardstown, Sept. returned. gress prior to 1860, there now re killed James Arlington. them, and are sought after bewho use days J. A. VATEfe. C M0KCAK Paris, Sept. Judge Trumbull was a man of mains but one still in public life The death of Lyman Trumbull Troops are guarding the jail at fore any others. days. Williamsburg, Sept. MORGAN & YATES, Buyers from Sweeden purchase Amerof rare ability and devotion to prin- and that is John Sherman of Ohio. Glencoe. Minn., to protect from of Illinois'removes from life one days. Elizabethtown, Sept horses in Bremen and Hamburg. DENTISTS, MANUFACTURE!. ASD DEALER ciple. As a lawyer he was one of The difference between the two lynching Dorinan Musgroye and ican EwingtSept. 9 4 days. great actors in the anti-slaver- y Kentucky, the In the beginning, some of the Ameri li ichmond, Franklin, SepU 145 days. struggle. Born in Connecticut in the greatest ever known in the men wiH illustrate the distance H. A. Oingnian, charged with can dealers were embarrassed for the reaimeneu UuUs Horse Cave, .Sept. 15 1 days. Poif.B OrriCE-CirlMain Street, over Madison National American horses had rot 16 years Senate of the United State. He that the Republican party has murdering Sheriff Rogers. son that the 1813,, he was a teacher at Eminence, Sept. 164 days. been tried, and it was consequently rot AND GRANITE MONUMENTS. of age, and the principal of an ac associated with parties so long as drifted from its original principles. ' A. J. Speckert, .President of thej known how valuable they would prove Paducah.JSept. 224 days. J. L. HARRIS, M. D ., D. D. S. ademy at 20. Studying law, he was their principles and practices Once both stood side by side fight- German-- merican Title Com- to be. A more Berioua difficulty, hoK-eve- r, Glasgow, Sept. 30 4 days. Tombs, Tablets, &m&m-?wOwensboro, October 5 5'daya. Kentucky. admitted to the bar and located in coincided with his views of right ing in the same battle. For years pany ,which failed at Louisville R'CHMOKD, was caused by the German dealers, Headstones, Urss, Germantown, Oct 7 4 days who resorted, in many instances, to tiat In 1841 he was elected and iustice. Thus he was a Free a great gulf ha3 existed between Ky., for $200,000, has been Office Illinois. ( rown and bridje work a specialty. Statuary, Etc days, Greenville, Oct-14- -4 practice which they appear to understand ocr Wallace &. Ulcc Main street. Office hours 0 secretary of Stale, and in 1848. Silver Democrat until the Republi them. Trumbull remained upon "-- " a a t la m--. 1 to 4 P- - o- Libertyi Aue 19 3 ' for fraudulent practices. dieted .so well they formed combiues"agaiifet FINE W0R5 A SPECIALTY Aug-Udays when only 35 years of age, he was can party was formed; then a Re the firm rock of principle, and let Brooklyn court has awarded the American dealer-- An example was A Fanners Home Journal. nhosen one ol the iustices of the publican during the great contest the party go its way. Sherman Yonr-Trad- e the case of aq American Solicited.. $15,000 damages to Mfss Annie E. shown in horses from Hamburg ta wjiol eipM shipped State- - In against slavery, and when the went, with the party. Trumbull Mt supreme court of the the, . m Work delivered to any part of tht Thompson in a suit .against D. P. Armer is receiviag hte spring: ! Qfisp iVic- - The dealers in Leipsic who eonubl 1854 he was elected a member oi party began to drift away from its was always with "iho.. people. New York Elevated Railroad fi zllaari: K'fMK State MCF" Write for Deeigas ii e apparently agreed, to "freje stock of Jewelry and fovejtiee, "The Jatek.fadsia congress, but never took his seal, orignal purpose he left it. Among Sherman has become the great Company .fociryuries,. recieved in ,.t" t),a &TnArinnhv BAeiilV to it'tilt ii!!flrt:r fl v1 r. - gib- - Prices. Main ' Denver hvybi --. a United the men of that heroic period there apostle of plutocracy nnminafTifTars 'Wert SMIM Mt-- V 1G14 wsweb nn iruro than having been chosen (Opposite- - GlyudonO ' iiGSQ.-Q- . I)OZIlProprietoc- acoiiiMwi, ; -- i iir'iriTwarev fctiBftr and in fact anytttlajj y horseeC - The" bo-t- tu twmk. 1 mi 11 Mitirm -" was none more sincere, none iNews. tnr his Senator, m 1855. He was Country Produce Bought and Ohe(tirrMi Prosperity AA would Yitom aipk lo :, Continual ,L - K- .- -- ". ftKHe .' '-; , . HT 1 In 1861, bur having more loyal to the cause oT'freedom - Latonia derbywortb $14,000, wae won j 1Y W- Sold. Highebt Cash Market , -. ttwto with we oJ than Lyniaa Tiombull. voted agaitwt'jtbejnpeachment r ----ClAUDE-riATTilEWS ill JEPv - W (fN y ing line the expense, was demurred to by some members of the committee. Very well." said Mr. Whitney, in effect, "if you think it too much for the committee to foot the bill, I will pay It myself. The next day .ho had commissioned one of the of nil the whose views were in accord ijoumment until morning before the with his own to attend to the Interview- nomination was made seemed to open a ing that hod been mapped out. Notonly question to make the risk a eafa one and eo although tho meeting hod been 1 m in session for many hours, many of its members were weary almost beyond A measure and a strong minority was pressing hard for adjournment till tho next day, tho convention woe not allowed to rise. It was not until about midnight that Cockran began to speak. Numbers of spectators had gone homo from sheer exhaustion and numbers of delegates bad fallen asleep from tho same cause. It was generally hoped perhaps that ther speech of tho eloquent Irishman would be a short one. It was thought doubtful whether even eo accomplished a master of oratory as he could awake renewed Interest In the breasts ol tho tired and impatient assemblage. Hundreds of his auditors had already heard his arguments as recited before tho Gtato delegations at their various headquarters, and it seemed Impossible that did Mr. Whitney meet the high figures tho speaker could restate them at tliat charged by the correspondent for his hour and in his then overstrained condi services but also various heavy incl tion with enough freslines3 nnd vigor dental charges. And the only instruc to hold the attention, especially ns tions regarding money that were ever tuanv surel v a maioritv aa it tiroved fr t en to the newspc.jer mr d w ere not to vi rre airainst him. Cockran knew all 1 orry as to the cost, but to get the matthis, and he feared, too, that unless he ter wonted, to get it quick and put It in did 6ucceed In holding tho interest of the most effecthe manner Itwasnota week after the first of tho interviews began to appear in the newspapers before they were heard from in the most sntisfoctory way. And yet, although Mr. Whitney hod been a cabinet officer during Mr. Cleveland's first term, find it was fully expected that ho would have greot influence during the second, he soon dropped almost completely out of sight as a potent political factor. Just what brought this about, those who know tho facts have been careful to keep a deeply hidden mystery. Whatever were the circumstances, they were evidently considered of tho gravest possible character both by Mr. Whitney and his friends, and Mr. Cleveland and his; and had not tho unexpected with regard to the .R.MoRRVbO money question taken "place in tho reV publican conclave, Mr. Whitney might have remained in political retirement tho crowd hs prestlgo would Buffer this year, at least until after the polit- severely. So, spurred by the untoward condiical campaign had been begun by the tions to do his best, tho speaker benomination of the candidate. gan. Hardly had tho first words been Tho Passing; of Cockran. spoken before there were heard all Another New York democrat of prominence there is or was w ho wus much in over the auditorium those sounds that Indicate the reviving Interest of a vast audience. By tho time he had been speaking five minutes tho listless ones were sitting erect nnd their eyes were sparkling, tho slumbrous ones were wide awake, and those who had only lust left the auditorium were hastening back to hear a great speech in which there was no manner of lack in freshness or force or grace. For two hours tho flow of eloquence continued, Interrupted now and then by frantic applause, but none was there who ecemed to weary of tho Bpeakera voioo. When at last he closed there was a prolonged, ' V y d roar. Indicating that while his audience was not in fujl sympathy FREDERIC R,Cutfft7 with his sentiments the address had been too short, rather than too long, to thoso who had listened. If anyone at tho moment Bourko Cockran Gat down. trembling with weariness and drenched with perspiration, having delivered perhaps the greatest speech of his life, hnd predicted that he wimi booh to drop out of the party'a councils and would not take part In tho next convention because of permanent retirement from American politics the prophecy would have been treated with tho finest best-knowm corre-spondenta 1 - TUli($LISEUM JAnother dealer from Bremen shipped some horses to Leipsic shortly after this. The same practice was attempted with him, but more cautiously than w ith the previous dealer, for the horses were really desired. Three hundred marks apiece was the highest offer made, but the American was a positive man, and declared the horses would be sent back to America unless they could sell for E&me-thinear their market value, and thereupon, began to reload ou the cars for shipment back to Bremen- - Believing the American to be in earnest, the Leipsic dealers raised their offer and bought BbHIHDBBBHBBBBHBHBHBDBs the horses for 750 marks apiece straight through. Some of these horses retailed afterward in Leipsic for 1,400 marks. A very little experience of this kind soon demonstrated that it v as not possible for an American to sell horses to adRICHMO:nD, KEN1UCKY. vantage in Germany. An American reason that at all, It is anounced that John D. cannot retail consumerfor thenot buy from will the German Rockefeller and wife will visit the him. The American dealers, conseUniversiy of Chicago early in quently, conclude to consign their stock j July. It is said that this Trill be to the German dealer, who makes a sure profit and runs no risks. SOeianJSI per box. 8 far (9 Mr. Rockefeller's first visit to the Japanese Pila OIntisnt 25 and After the fact became established that 60c par box. Japinesa Lntr institution which he founded. the American horses were wanted and ,.-- , .. Pallets, 50 Msi&e, ... - . Wt,l Tltl We Bishop Coxe, of New York, an that consumers were willing to pay from muturouuMimjijiriiM. with Gil. OO boxes, to reTunil triiirmrs KUBieuuie7 Mailedcirsirrittrn thryraonrj- IrSot cured. to any wires on receipt of price, lta Japanese Mle bUPaulslss. 1,000 to 2,000 marks for them, according Episcopalian, has scant respect for figySold by W G White. Druggist, Richmond. Ky quality, the German the apists in his sect. He said to size and they would import the dealers horses concluded after the speech of a young man of themselves and take all of the profit?, this ilk, "Preachers who cannot which they argued, must be great, for the Don't Let The Horn Worms OSHORN SPENCER. K Destroy Your Tobacco. teach the truth as the church has reason that the horses could be bought SB 119 13 VJ UI HI States from $10 to 30 An aeronaut was killed by received it should leave the com in the Unitedas may be ltnagmeu, tiieir apiece, .but, Time EfNo. 24, Rapids,Mich. fall at Grand munion." expectations were not fully realized. fect May 12, 1895. An Ohio womon committed suiThe Royal College of Surgeons American dealers of experience were The g of tobacco worms is a able to buy and ship to better advantage lye. cide by taking concentrated thing of the past, if the claims of the 1ST CLASS has just been presented with an 2ND CLASS. than strangers could do, although the y "N. S. J." Co., Richmond. Va., be EAST BOUND y , y 0 ,. suicide at interesting relic. It is Jenney's German never meets with similar obstaMay Dodd committed Ex Sub Ex Sub Ex Sua ExSva- true and their claims seem to be well substantiated. Bowling Green by taking poison. silver lancet case and lancest cles in the United States that the AmerT it A. M. AM. A. M Not ouly Ls the labor and worn saved Versailles . 6 40 10 Vi 55 Memphis, The instruments are engraved icans do in Germany. The American gets a greater number NichoiasYiHc 7 35 k It j, but the farmer The Gayoso Hotel, at Valley View ,, Is 47 7 5$ jj bus, , of pounds of tobacco and a better MiHion ...... .. rrc rnn . dealers are, consequently, still in the 8 u 5 n as was bom ar auction ior ?iw,uuu, with the initials and the case with quality by the use of "N. S. J." r m. ... Report ol U b. Cousul Keenan. iness. ! .. 17 15 3 30 No apparatus is needed save a 10c sifter. Richmond. zyfpat the full name of the discoverer of about onelhiid of its vaule. , Udioh 12 50 u o5 The proprietors propose to give free Moberly . 1 PROTECTION AND PROSPERITY. 31 vaccination. 1 j9 of ctteT, under certain and reasonable BnssSeld. Joseph H. Choate has been ir 4i a 5 conditions, several hundred boxes of Panola. tx 41 Prof. F. Nichols Crouch, the 1 n e'ected President of the Harj 3a The Republican spellbinder w ill scon the compound (each box enough for Irvine. ...... one acrel, and tobacco growers would author of "Kathleen Mavour-neen,- " begin to promise the workingmen a vard Law School Association. He. 4 "No.K, :?. do well to write the Coiuanj at once WEST BOUND Ex Sua' Ex Sua Ex SuslEx of the JIcKinley bill and the Swi who was very ill at his 12 for particulars. Thousands of iron workers in P. M. t.m. home in Baltimore a few weeks "prosperity" he enjoys under ih The Irvine-..... 'Pennsylvania are now idle on ac I So 34a report of the comniibsiouer of Labor on Panola 'l 3 14 4 in the market. ago, is well again, and this week strikes and lock-out- s Brasfickl... shows the following count of depression Moberly .., lo 5 w he is appearing nighlty at Balti for the two years before and two years a iC Unio-nS S A pier at Boston used as a ferry Richmond 6 os a 30 5 40 SOO and singing his fam after that law's enactment: Milhen ..... 6 3o 3 oe per- more theatre landing collapsed and several Valley View STRIKES AND LOCK-OUTmelody. He is accompained ous 6 5 NichoJasviHc T sons, it is reported, were drowned. Versailles. 4 rf 7 JO 73" BEFORE M'KINLEY BILL. by his two daughters, who dance. T.H. A.M. A.M. Plans are being arranged at San No. of rmri These words ot Spurgeon are Year Strik- Strikes. Francisco, Oal., for a new steamTrams between Levie aa YcriJiWn JaBy. CkIn the great Tram btwen CiBCwaati ami Nicht li'H ...3,506. . ship line between that port and worth memorizing: The peculiar and unprecedented circumstances of the hour will most certainly render tho "populist convention, to begin on July E2, a gathering of unexpected importance. If tho populists, by indorsing the Chicago nominee, should practically coalesce with tbo n popudemocrats then, as a list said the other day, th realignment of political forces will be complete. As to tho possibility of such a coalition there are many Mid varying views. The plan to make Mr. Teller, leader of tho republican silver bolters, the candidate, first of tho democrats and then of tho populists, Is being bitterly opposed in some populist quarters and enthusiastically forwarded In others. If tho nominee of the Chicago convention shall not bo Indorsed by the populists then there will be a very lively contest for tho nomination honors among tho slmon pure leaders of the new party. Eugeno V. Debs, whose name as a presidential nominee has been ot the head of the columns of more than a hundred populist newspapers for xnonths.will not be nominated, nor would ho accept If be were named. United States Circuit Judge Caldwell, of Llttlo Rock, Ark., stands high because of his decisions. Senator Allen, of Nebraska, at ono time had hopes, but ho has now no show, and the same Is true of Ben Tillman, of South Carolina. There is a strong sentiment among the more pronounced populists in favor of Senator Peffer, notwithstanding tho ridicule that has been heaped upon him from certain quarters. well-know"anti-monopol- Tbo Populists. 1UU 111 1 MOWER? ng We have 'em, and the best that are made. CULTIYATOKS Now's the time to use these machines. 4 M t. :? SSiockelford -- J- Gentry, i l2s0 (Smh r ' 5 il '. t & 8 9-- f ' , New Preventive! Table In band-pickin- ..... -- ..... , 1 S. i. iCn l5f J i .. Sod V 'ImMt Japan. A shotgun quarantine is being maintained at Stevenson, Ala., on account of the prevalence of small-pox- . IvCLL A wind storm blew down a" cir-cus tent at St. Paul, Minn., and the crowd stampeded, injuring several persons. The Convention of Physicians and Surgeons at Buffalo, H. Y.. has adjourned to meet next year in Indianapolis, Ind. The Southern Wholesale Gro cers' Association, in session at Richmond, Va., has rapidly iucres-e- d in membership. President D wight, of Yale College, says that a wealthy woman who recently made her will has remenibered Yale with a gift of shall be 18S9 day when the. muster-rol- l read of all those who are convert7,29- Total ed through fine music and church DURING m'kIXLEY BILL. decoration, and religious exhibiNo. Of tions and entertainments, they Year Strikers. Strikes. 293,929. will amount to the tenth part of 1891 8,116 206,671. 5,540 nothing, but it will always please 1892 God by the foolishness of preach505,610. 13,656 Total ing to save them that believe." The loss of wages to strikers during A writer in an exchange felicitates himself on the fact that Monism was taken seriously at the Baptist Congress, nobody laughing at it. Monism is sheer son- sense, but tne tact mat men Doming it can keep paid places among evangelical folks is a serious matter, and not something to laugh at. Western Record. daily. '5&Jtl.H READY TO x 3 AH trains ct wHb Soother- - Radway to ' andfroffl hot ,., w" tlte C. X. O.iT. P. to aad fror t ou caa speat, ve hoars is LoaHviBe afnat tox hours ir CuKtanati or hour m Lxio)Y -- awl return toKrchraOBd at feqos. at v. " For through rates and other mlbtiation. aav ticket a.ent er address ' i LYT HE TRADE L. & N. R 1, JR. 4 factory on Laurel Street in P the two years before the bill w ent into Our "is now running, and raie effect was 516,787,435; for the two years prepared to fill orders for tw ist oi the after, $25,574,127. This is the kind of prosperity the bill gave the workman. N. Y. Mc-Kinl- cy K. C. DIVISION. Is Effbct March LV. . M. lSftf. ? "Mi ol o Eiskjii," " NORTH BOUND. ExDress for Cincinnati,! Paris. Mavsville. Win- - p. m. 7.38 arv World. COLLECT REBEL CLAIMS. i. "Pair y. ol ui cheater and 6.25 Jacks" p. ii. 2.05 mail. Cincinnati, Paris, Mays-ville, Winchester and Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel- lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, London,Jellico,Knoxville Fast line for Cincinnati,! Paris. Winchester. Rowland, Lancaster and! Lexington 1.05 Q idea Out-goin- pas-torate- ." 7K Mice! Out-goin- .... J w Ex-Go- v. J2in-pir- e, ... IT TICKLES e55 Q-2223S2 er 44 43 45 a LIGHTNING MAT flRftPS 1IV iJ W. W. PWiir,. ' W bit ex-Oo- 23 13 15 23 84 c -- Madison Monumental "Works. - ud 3f j!fliH& va!' Mb rSikam v 4 IffliTJ sAx ttmWlm Jwk J.H.NEFF&C0. $trt. 3 tsl $X n aep W ik f iJS the-.trad- -- Stte PricePaid. 1 byi.rwc, v-- 9? i, rei - 4 1 t t -- ' u - II r if, - . -- M ?K .j,,:: -- ',.-'-fV-'- ? - - - i" J5F .- .,, JlM i Mrirr to N11 k'tek 'XM t r37TT" rT sf. Wfe Wtil Ji !!, ?Xf BpfnMqN4w 3L 'B . Vbtkr is:,- - ." I It'' liU il "if ! it- -- -- J ,&" c- - .. iS" -- -- w'. v; b- -- - i ir i ' - ' i - i . t v I I , r- TO offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Tho Rocky Mountain News, Denver, for any case of catarrh that cannot be FOftTHEGENEBALINDTJS- their land to its vry bestJisc than toir has interviewed a citizen just returned cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 7UBU8BZO XTrBT WEDMB8DA.Y ST site-valOF JTRIAL INTERESTS those who Jiold land ofeqiul from Central America: F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, 0. '.THE ENTIRE COUN- out of use oi-- front its best usii.' " Go. la ijfever done, andit is especially wearing In the course of an interesting converWe the undersigned, have known F. " TRY. and wearisome to thoso whose blood la sation yesterday, Mr Franklin described J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and beTHE OARE OF COLTS. impure and unfit properly to tone, susthe Panama railway and the Panama ca- lieve him perfectly honorable in all busPRICK PKR YEAR, $1.50 tain,, and renew tho wasting of nerve, nal. Tho latter, he declares, is thegreat-es- t iness transactions and financially able to Manufacturers Record. "As the twig jshaut bo grows the tree" rtuscle and tissue. It Is more because ol $1.25 IN ADVANCE, this 'condition of the blood that women swindle ever perpetrated in the his- carry out any obligations made by their Replies to the foregoing .question, isnn old sarihg that conveys "more are run down, tory of the world. "The Panama rail- finn. recently addressed to manufacturers, are truth1 than poetry." Mai.y people seem WEDNESDAY. JULY 8, - 1896. Tired, Weak, Nervous, way," said he, "is a gold mine to the West& Truax, Wholesale Druggists, still coming in. This week we give the to think if they can saeafen dollars by Than because of the work Itself. Every company owning it, and will continue Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, stinting a colt that tney have gained physician says so, and that the only rem-d- y following: 'ADVX&Txsnra to pay large dividends even if other Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio As soon as I can dispose of my stock o! goods, I herefor Califor- just so much, while the fact is, in nine H. L. Story, is in building up by taking a good H O O H routes are opened across Central Ameri2 5 Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally sr a M nia National Association of Manufactur rases out of ten, ihey have not only suf- jerye tonic, blood purifier and vitalizer 2 " , o oyer theline, which is forty- - acting directly upon the blood and muby announce that on and after this date my entire like Hood's Sars&parilla. For the troubles ca. I traveled ers of the United States of America, Al- - fered an equal but a much cipaterloss. 3: 3 2 ? season, nine miles long, and found it to be oper cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. Peculiar to Women at change of 2 S SPACE. 2 E a Starvation, carelessness, and neglect climate or life, or resulting from hard S tadena, Cal.: "Your request for my r 5on good business principles and per bottle. Sold bv all Druggists. Tes views on the great question of the day have ruined more good colts than all work, nervousness, and impure blood, ated I condition. At differ- timonials free. thousands have found relief and cure in kept in first-clalm has just reached me. I will state, how- other causes combined. Wc. have known I I i i i i ent points along tho line we were within ever, briefly, my ideas on the subject. people who were very critical in the seCORNELL THE WINNER. llnch sight of the canal. I never saw so much f ioo i 50$ J35$ 5o$jootuo3 1. Protection to all our manufacturing lection of a suitable sire with which to Inches., x 75 tjo 3 50 7 00 11 00 17 50 tiPm machinery in my life. There it lies at i 3 inches.. 50 3 50 joo 1000 ljoo ajij jntereotE, as well as on all products of the mate their mares aud who weie willing 4 Inche$ 3 00 Hail, Cornell Winner of the 'Varsity 4 00 6 00 u y 19 00 jS 75 scores of points along the canal, rusting soil that -- a i be successfully produced to pay a fair price for his services, but S 7 5 15 00 13 00 34 jo 3 5 f, ce 5 Oi away, many of the large engines and and freshmen intercollegiate races the 400 600 900180037004003 within the boundaries of our country. after the arrival of the foal were too M Col 600 900x3002700 40 00 6003 contests held in many dredges having never been used, and it first 8 00 X2 00 X7 75 34 50 50 00 80 00 JiCol.-- . THERE'LL BE DISAPfOISTJIEXT. stingy and careless to take proper care of 2. Government aid in the construction x Col .. XO 00 15 OQ 2a 50 42 on 60 oouoo 00 is plain that the company making the years. economy" in the The One True Blood Puriner. $1 pr bottlo. of international waterways, the most im- it. This Is "bung-hol- e The 'Varsity race was rowed on FriBB"Reading notices to cents a line for first InWhether gold or silver triumphs at portant of which is the Nicaragua canal. extreme, and can never-brinabout any- Prepared only by CVI. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. purchases never intended to make any day line for each additional insertion sertion, 5 cents a afternoon, at Poughkeepsie, over the use of such a vast lot, of machinery. It Obituaries, resolutions of respect and similar sca- November, there will be disappoint3. Proper congressional legislation to thing but disBiitisfactinu and loss. If are the only pills to take is tter at half rates. No specified position. estimated that if all the costly ma- Hudson course, the finest in the world ment. There be those, who think a gold prevent flooding the country with cheap you mean to neglect your colt, let him llOOa S PlllSwlthUood'iSarsap&rlUa. chinery bought for the canal were placed and under perfect conditions. The little standard would keep the country from Oriental manufactured articles. 4. Rec- shift for himself and grow up like a negDEMOCRATIC TICKET. in a straight line, it would cover twice Ithaca crew won from Harvard by four all harm, not knowing that a gold stand- iprocity with many nations where at lected weed, you had better not breed Onoqua, 2.03, promises to go very fast ard has existed for nearly a quarter of a present we have little or no trade rela- one at all, as you w ill not only lose your this year. Good judges say that she will the entire length of the canal. I have open lengths in 19 minutes, 29 seconds, no doubt the estimate is not an exag- which breaks the American collegiate y century. The depression FOE JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS. of tions. 5. The establishment of a bureau time and money, but meet with sad dis- out step Beuzeta whenever they meet. geration. At Colon there are probably record for four miles. The Pennsylvashows conclusively that a gold stand- of manufactures aud commerce by the appointment in the end. People have W. S. PRYOR, Mr. Geo. Macey.'of Versailles, drove ard does not prevent disaster. national government. C. I do not favor been trying for centuries to produce Neale a mile in 2:14, last quarter in 31 100 houses built at great cost by the nia boat lapped that of Harvard. Columof Henry County. On side, the other there are the free coinage of silver at the ratio of something from nothing aud have al- seconds; if he keeps in condition he company, the money being thrown bia was twelve lengths behind. The race was rowed and won in the those who believe that is a 16 to 1. but that our general government ways failed, and it is not worth your should bring back his share of the away, and along the canal is to be seen CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. evidence of the most reckless extrava- presence of more people than ever bepanacea for all ills; that the country should bring to bear every possible influ- while to try, as ou are not a bit smarter money. , fore witnessed a race in this country. would run wild with prosperity, forget- ence to induce England, Germany and than they were and just as certain to FOB CONGKESSS. Time Wood, a yearling pacer by Time gance. There are probably 1,000 men at Pbyob Foree, of Shelby county, is a ting that free and unlimited coinage of France to join us in an international con- fail. There is a fixed immutable law in Onward, stepped a half over the Rich work along the canal, but they do not Probably 30,000 people saw the Harvard candidate for Congress, to represent silver existed for more than eighty ference for the purpose of establishing a nature that governs "all growth and de- mond track in 1:17, a quarter in 37 sec- appear to be accomplishing anything and (Jornell crews make their magnifivelopment in both the vegetable and onds; should this colt improve as he has permanent, es the floods fill the canal so cent struggle. the 8th district, subject to the .actidii of years, during which there were periods ratio which would be binding tqall The crimson men led for two and a of depression. R. H. Keith, president Central Coal & animal kingdoms and one of the prime he will go a mile in 2:25 or better by Oc that boats of any large size cannot float the Democratic party. upon it In one place we were shown half miles, with Cornell and PennsylvaThe war of 1812 15 closed with the Coket'o., Kansas City, Mo.: ' Replying conditions is that all development is the tober. John B. Thompson, of Mercer, isa canFor where boxes of costly machinery were nia so close that it was dangerous. J. J. N. didate for Congress, to represent the Sth country hard pressed financially. There to your question of the 27th ult., as to efl'ectof nourishment. If jour mare is was no money. ''More money 1" was the 'What is most needed to bring about a good milker give her plenty to eat dumped into the sea in order to reclaim two miles these three crews were close District, subject to the action of the cry- - In 1818, the flood of money came. greater prosperity for the general indus- and she w ill take care of the foal till it AGAINST UNNECESSARY POLITI land for a park for De Lessens and his together. There was not half a length Democratic party. CAL EXCITEMENT. Everybody had nioney, for the banks trial interests of the entire country?' is three months old, and theu jou can sons. The company had a system of between any two of them. The struggle between Cornell and w ent up had it and must land it. Prices paying high wages, with a drawback, so would say that, in my opinion, the most begin to feed him on oats and bran, and furSALUTATORY. The people of the United States are its that the officers got a big rake-of- f. Harvard up to the third mile was as like a rocket. Peace and plenty strange- important move needed at the present by the time he is five montliK old he will sovereign rulers. They select their ly contrasted with the war and scarcity time is a final and lasting settlement of be able to eat and digest a sufficient Something like $200,000,000 was thrown grand a fight as was ever seen on the' expect them to obey their or- away lefore the exposure came, and still water. Cornell gained inch by inch unTo the Readers of the Climax: of a brief period before. But bylS20 the gold and silver question. I believe quantity to supply all the nourishment Having by virtue of purchase, thero was a grievious collapse. A day the government should maintain a gold he requires, and you can then wean him. ders. Once in four years they decide the cash is going into the whirlpool. til their boat forged ahead, and then After he is weaned do not bo afraid of who shall be their servant and place The tide on the Pacific side is fifteen Harvard, though upon almost even assumed control and editorship of reckoning came. Prices fell. Money standard, at least until two standards was not to be had. In 1821, the Legis- (cold and silver) can be agieed upon by feeding him too much, and do not bother him at the head of their affairs. Every feet higher than on the Atlantic side, terms, had to drop back beaten. of the Climax, I desire to say to lature thought it necessary to pass a' stay all Pennsylvania was three lengths benations. It is utterly impossible for about measuring the feed out to him in two years they send other servants to the and it is thought the water will wash its patrons and friends that in the law," w hereby a judgment could not be this country, to stand alone, and the pounds, pints or quarts, but gie him all House of Representatives at Washing through if the work is ever completed." hind Harvard at the beginning of the future, as in the past, it shall be collected for one year after it was ob- sooner the world understands that we the oats ground oats is better than the ton to make the laws they think theyj jr Franklin visited the mouth of fourth mile, but her crew pulled up unueed for their betterment. But primarconducted on purely Democratic tained. Judge Clark, of this circuit, de- intend to- - maintain our credit upon the whole grain bran, hay and grass that ily the power of our system is ested in the Nicaragua canal, and Baj-- s $6,000,000 til they finished less than a length becided the law unconstitutional, and basis of gold, the better it is going to be he will eat aud a place to take all the has "been expended in the enterprise, hind the Cambridge men. principles. excitement knew no bounds when the for all the interests of the country, not exercise he desires and he will not eat an the great body of the people. the estimated cost being $100,000,000 ACQUITTED. The country w ill soon be in the throes The canal is being built along a river Kecognizing the great differ- court of Appeals Judges Boyle, only industrial but agricultural. This ounce more than is good for him. peo which flows out of Lake Nicaragua, but ence of opinions within the party, Owsley and Mills affirmed the settled, I think the next move the gov Do not neglect his feet by any means, oi another national election. The At his"examining trial, Tuesday mornple's chief magistrate and the upon the monetae question, I decision of the lower court. Fam- ernment should make would be to get as you cau not afford this any better of the lower house of Congress members no work is now in progress ing, George Lee James was promptly are to be ilies were divided brother against In his journeys through tho country discharged for shall not hesitate to say that I am brother, sons against father, and neigh- out of the banking business and let the than you can afford to starve him. As chosen next November. For two months the murder of Clarence people do their own financiering. Im colts usually run in pasture fields until the Denver man was especially impressed Hardin. The proof was substantially as in accord with the great mass of bor against neighbor. Ill feelings were port duties should be placed so as to pro they are weaned the feet grow quite before the fateiul day comes the country with the beauty of the women. He says given in our last and there seemed to be my party, upon this issue, and engendered that years did not heal. Two vide sufficient funds for all the needs of fast and are worn off very slowly, and will ring with tho harangues of the par- "the women of the higher classes are no desire on the part of the friends of tho tisan orators, and party papers will teem models in form and feature, .and the that tliG free and unlimited coin opposing parties sprang up in the State the government: in such a way as not to hence, they soon become too long, out of wiin uiscussions ot tne questions at is- belles of the villages would attract atten- dead man to prosecute the case. A hall and the hottest election on record re- injure the manufacturers more than can proper proportion, and w ill need to be age of both gold and silver at the sulted in a Legislature that favored a be helped. I do not believe in protec trimmed. As the shell on the front part sue. Then the votes w ill be cast, the de tion on account of their grace and beau- dozen witnesses were examined for the THIS IS A CHOICE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY NOW commonwealth, but James himself was established ratio of sixteen to one, stay law. It met, repealed the law that tion by tariff" or subsidies for the benefit of the hoof is much thicker and stronger cision announced, and every person will ty, in any country of the world. only introduced for the defense. The WHETHER YOU NEED GOODS OR NOT AS KY without discrimination against created the Court of Appeals, aud thus of manufacturers of products." than on the rear part it wears away assent to the decision and go about his law does not dboled the court A new law and a Geo. W. Atherton, president Pennsyl- slower, and, as a consequence, by the business, leaving the public business to The famous Holt will case, at Wash- life should beconteuiplete posibly that either, is, as I conceive, the prinSTOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY LINE AND taken under such circumnew But the old vania State College Centre county, Pa. : time the colt is five months old and the public servants to whom for the time ington, after a trial of six weeks, was ciple of Democracy, as enunciated court court resulted. refused to surrender, and Ken- 'Your letter of April 27 has been lying ready to w ean, his feet are out of proper being the people have entrusted their won by the heirs at law, securing $1S0, stances, but it has come to be the pracYours truly, MUST BE SOLD. tice that if one man strikes anqther he by Jefferson and Jackson, and to tucky had two Courts of Appeals the on my desk unanswered because I have bhape and'halance. The longer the toe iffairs. This is to have "a go eminent 000. has the right to slay him Stanford Jour& w-V8ir3TS:- r' which the party has jeaously and Old Court and the New Court, and two not felt able to turn aside from other grows the higher it becomes raised in of the people, by the people and for the D. P. Armer is receiving his spring nal. political parties, the Old pressing matters to attempt to answer in proportion to the heel and the more un- people." tenaciously adhered, giving em- determined Ab our presidential campaigns hare stock of Jewelry aud Novelties, someXk. Court and the phatic expressions of these Governor Desha New Court parties. brief so important an inquiry as 'What is balanced the foot becomes and the been conducted for many years, there thing entirely new. The latest fads in Millet will grow on a moderately fertile t22i-e- i was elected on most needed to brinj: about greater pros- back tendons of the leg. If the foot is soil, but does best on a warm, gravelly, principles at all times, if neces the New Court platform. Times perity for the general industrial interests not trimmed and balanced bv cutting has been an immense waste of valuable bells, ladies watch guards, silver novel- strong land. sary, when in National Conven-Legisla- - such as we have now would have of the entire country?' To state im this off, and this strain on the back time. The aggregate of loss of dajs work ties and in fact anything you may want X) Commercial Hotel at Harrodsburg was been considered good, settled times be vies in the fewest possible words, I tendons alloned to continue, the colt every four years, if computed, would in his line at bottom prices, Don't fail tion assembled or in the JL 18- damaged $10,000 by fire Tuesday night. amount to an enormous sum. The col- to see them. side those. should Bay: 1. An economic system will, from tuis unnatural tension of the live Halls of Congress. By 1825, the people' began to that will jnsure ample revenue for the back cords, become cocked in the pastern lective cost of brass bands, marching orTo mj Democratic brethren,who realize their folly, elected a new current maintenance of the government, joints, and if neglected too long, crippled ganizations, barbecues and public enter may differ with me, upon this Legislature, old court, with provision for a gradual extinguishthe for life. Hundreds of good colts have tainments of all sorts in connection with. 0rrsrrlrailrar7rramiRn53lrar7dlra great financial question, I ask the and finally came round to their normal ment of the national debt, anda small been ruined from neglect just in this the campaign would reach an astonishing figure if it could be computed. And 3: but safe surplus for emergencies. 2. A way and have gone through life as permantle of toleration and charity, senses. Times fluctuated, business improving monetary system based upon the recog- - manent cripples, when, with a little at- what gain comes from all this loss of I7HJE3 promising no trespass further than and receding, the country being sor-- ' V i stan.lanl oi the civilized world tention at the proper time, they would time and expenditure? Just noneat all. -:- "my conscientious convictions will distressed, till 1S42, when the -interchangeable in all have been fust and useful horses. Ex- It is all a foolish waste. It changes no lead me in combatting he avowed tressed period of the some amine all your colts and have their feet voter's mind, it makes no difference in Men wh bough' " the trimmed and properly balanced at w ean-in- g the result. The people know What they principles of t' ican par wer' .i up. i . iO the business intime and every three ir. lis after- want, and would vote for the candidates ti' rec&ntly enunciated at Jbt. nyioes at $10 to $15. i vests of the country a sense of stability wards until they are shod and you will that they thought would bet serve them .Lcuis. than ever known. and security against frequent or capri savoa huudrcd times what it will cost if all this fluunnery were omitted. Why may not the South this year set Whether the causes that producer, e nous chance 4. A rigid restriction of vou by doing so. You can easily afford I shall endeavor to make this distresses above mentioned are thecaubea undesirable immigration. 5. A broad to have it done by a good smith, but if a sensible example to the rest of the paper a welcome visitor to the fire of country, and show it how a presidential the troubles of y or not, those side of each subscriber, giving causes are liable to come round again aud statesmanlike treatment of the labor you think jou can not, do not neglect it canvass can be made without this nou L J problem, as one of the necessary and de- on this account, but do it yourself. All HH both the local and general newt., jubt as they did in the teens, aud the sirable factors in the evolution of our you want is a pair of pinchers, a rasp sense, which pleases only the unthinkEpN 111 including many special features tw enties, and the thirties, and the forties. syhtem of political institutions " and a foot knife, and if you go about ing rabble, but which dibgusts practicaf business men ? Hill Bros., dealers in lumber, logs, etc , the colts quietly, kindly and gently you which may be observed and ap- Financial legislation may have much There must be public discussions, sav to do witli the misfortunes of Kendalia, W. Va. : "Replying to your will be surprised to find how easily you preciated from week to week. Well and good. Have but there are other causes request of some weeks ago, we send the can do it jourself, how small a job it is, 5 the politicians The patrons and public generally to be considered, mainly public and pri- following-a- the causes and remedies for and how soon you w ill become quite an them at the cross-roadin the villages, towns and cities, or wtierevermen find it : expert in handling the tools. will be gladly welcomed in the of- vate extravagance. When governments presei condition of the country-Causesand individuals spend more than they 1. Insufficient volume of There is another fact we desire to call most convenient to congregate, but let fice at all times. make, hard times follow. "Booms" load money; 2. Monopolization of all the attention to and it is this: Do not try them be genuine discussions of vital is- Sfg To the members of the press, I sues, and free from all sorts of political J$$ M?l sir the people to the last notch, and when resources ; 3. A 'corner' on to raise your colt on corn. Corn is all wish to say that the door of the tho boom explode troubles comes. the money of the country, which enables right for an old horse or a hog, but a claptrap We know of a certainty that A l '94. '"Pa. A. sanctum stands wide open, and any usurers and speculators in finance to very poor feed for a colt. In the first great numbers of sterling business men WANTS A PARDON. control the labor and wealth of the whole place it does not contain the proper of the country are averse to the practices inadvertence as to decorum and that have been long in vogue, and beetiquette in journalistic lore, shall Dr. llourigan, whose killing of his country ; in short, a 'monopoly of money.' nourishment your colt requires, and be lieve that they should give place to some Remedies: 1. More money; 2. Aboli- sides this" it contains too much fatty be due to my inexperience, and brother-in-laThey dein Marion county created tion of corporate control of the people's matter, and hence is entirely too heating other more sensible methods. 3R should any breach occur I ask in a great bensation at the time, and w ho money ; 3. Issue the money directly to in its nature for colt food. We have plore the fact that once in four years the Ml BS SL. (Cl-ibusiness of the country suffers because of was confined in the Louisville jail with- the people at a low rate of interest; 4 known farmers to feed corn simply advance yonr indulgence. the, for the most part, manufactured poout bail, and for for several Free coinage of silver; 5. Increase of cheap, but this is a gieat Kindly hoping that I may have years, before he was 6ent to the peniten5sSsSbSSSS5sSKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSiSSSSSSS frtJtS circulating medium of the country to a mistake, as it is by far the dearest feed litical excitement that attends a presithe good will of the entire com- tiary, seems to have flattering prospects sufficient volume to transact the busi- youcanghea colt, simply because it dential election. They think, and reas11- for a pardon. He will get it if exception-tionall- y ness of the country on a cash basis, and does contain w hat the colt requires and onable, that wo should have better legismunity, lation ami a better national administra! fine backing and endorsement thereby abolish all opportunity for spec- it is impossible for him to do well on it. Mil! I am Very Respectfully, EfrHj count for anything. There came here ulation in money aud high rates of inter- Sell your com, no matter what the price tion, as a general rule, if our elections Joun Ciienauit. yesterday, asking for his pardon, W. H. est. We would increase the circulating is, and take the money and buy oats, aud were conducted on other lines and by Attor-uej- ', Sweeney, the Commonwealth's medium to $50 per capita." you will get ten times the amount of otber methods than those that have been JoaN R. McLean thinks Ohio, New- long in vogue. The country would be w ho prosecnted him, Judge Lewis, F-- . G. Anderson. Jamestown, N. Y.: good from it. York, Connecticut, Delaware and Mary- - the special blessed with more genuine statesmen, ssssssssssssssssssss circuit Judge who presided in " 'Greater prosperity for the general The greatest natural enemy to the colt land may go Democratic in November. the trial, and on one of fcsssssssssssssssssssssss the petitions industrial interests of the entire country' from the time he is weaned until a year and would be relieved of the host of political demagogues if this were the names of eleven of the jury can be had only when each and every old is the louse Fat, thrifty colts are The humorist of the Georgetown who coil victed him. It is asserted that one willing aud able to work can find not nearly so liable to get bo lousy as reform could be made. The conserva- iifg Times remarks that "as a political manthe twelfth would have signed the peti- suitable "work at fair remuneration, as poor ones, because a louse has no lungs tive South rould lead off such a reform, ager, there is nothing the matter w ith tion but had removed from the Btate. then, and then only, can an effective de- and breathes through his skin, and the to he own great betterment and to the Ural Hauna." The Governor, however, rejected five mand for goods and services be commen- oil in the natural secretions from a fat benefit of the countrjv -- Manufacturers jgha more petitions for pardons surate with available supply. And this colt will stop up the pores of the skin Record. Abe the people ready to create an Capital. can quickly and easily be accomplished and kill him. Do not wait till you find enormous interest-bearin- c debt for fu- Frankfort TWO YEARS IN THE PEN. by exempting business and lalwr pro- your colt is lousy before yon begin to ture generations as well as the present DEATH OF W. H. BUSH. 3rm ducts from taxation andjlaying all taxes .doctor him, but make it a rule to examto groan under? The Republican party At Louisville Tuesday, John Lee was site-val- ue EfFH. ou the of land, thus entirely ine him every ten days, and if you find found guilty of has expressed its willingness no to do. manslaughter and was William H. Bush died Wednesday ignoring, for purposes of taxation, all the any lice or nits mix a solution of warm sentenced to the penitentiary for two at his home in ML of It is thought that Governor Stone, of night disease, aged about GO Sterling, He improvements of, on or in the land. All water and coal oil a pint of oil to a gal years for killing Allen Bush. The facts heart years. land w ould then be put to its proper use Ian of water and wet him with it all Missouri, will be temporary chairman of brought out were that Bush, Lee aud the Democratic National Convention .at was the bom of the late Jas Bush, and as far as needed, and no business, enter- over and by repeating this operation others had been drinking and tliat Bush for many years resided in this county. prise or thrift would be Chicago. Gov. Stone will be rememhampered or again in a week the time the nits are had knocked Lee.down and had shot at John P. Bush, of this county, and Capt. fined by taxation. Thus all would be hatched bered as the polished free-silvout yon will soon get rid of him. While lying down Lee shot and mm orator Harry Bush, of Stanford, are brothers. employed at suitable ocations, Tvho spoko at the Court house some earning them. No colt will thrive with lice on kill his assailant. This happened about weeks ago, and who changed Madison He leaves a wife and six children, sever- money, which would be spent for labor him it matters not what or how much a year ago. Busji was a native of this jS county from a gold-bu- g to r, silverite. al of the latter being grow n. His wife products produced by manufacturers or you feed him. Never strike or in any county and has liuineious friends here. was Miss Jennie Eubank, of this county, farmers. Madison county will gladly supjiort him When all earn money all cau other way abuse or frighten a colt, as it This makes the fifth time Lee has lor President, as he is a Madison county and a sister of W. Z. Eubank. Win- and will spend money. When money is impossible for him to understand why been sent to the penitentiary. ,B! Win chester Democrat cau be and freely isspent by all for man you are doing it, and it will only make man and a Several of the cheater Democrat. nfactured articles, then, and"not until him wild, timid or vicious and can not leading Republicans have already eaid 5SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSS5 w DRY. then, will manufacturers, merchants and possibly do any good and Is bound to do that they would vote for him. DR. PEFFEFV8 farmers as well as workingmen and pro- harm. Use patience and kindness and MEAT AND GOLD STANDARD. The measurements of the flow of the fessional men. prosper. The best way, you will be sure to conqnor in the end. NEW 11ISCO VERT. HE VEX PA L3. A DOW. reliable &lfi cal rellaf by Professor Carpenter then to encourage manufacturing and all Stock Farm. prestJ, txesfciro, scuntj- or far Kiin. p.lnS ,1 Recently Thomas Martin, of Lexing- oH the State Agricultural college, show business is to free the great mass of peo moatfur&tlou. Iovr ued by over 00,00 9 ladle. lcv!;oritc3 titer orgaas. ii ton, Ky., was in Richmond and said he the volnme of water in that stream for ple, who constitute the bulk of our merTHE HORSE. paper. picr box, eiaajl taxiL Ecuw had just received a letter from the .Bureau the wee ending June 17 to be 800 feet chants (who arc the direct customers of realed in plain wrapper. Send a in mm stamps for panJculir. SoM ! Ij-- at of Statistics at Washington, stating that less than the average for the past eleven our manufacturers) and farmers' custo, arueriauoraoorera. I'trreRJIEDi. For the Climax: mm UdbaDSUViAJlU, .iLUtf. lUm the constfrnption of bread stuffs had years What is true of the mers, i. c, the workingmen, from enJohn R. Gentry trotted a mile recently Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and "W. doubled in the last two years, and gate is true of other streams in the forced idleness. And when we entirely at Red Oak, Iowa, in 2:03J If Gentry G. White: as the reason for the increased consump- State, and hence the great cry for water free improvements, industry and produc- keeps up this lick he will be close to the tion of bmad stuff, that laboring men that has gone up from all the fanning tion, and their fruits, from taxation, and two minute mark before the frost is" on teESK asafls viaoHons. rails were mostly living on bread, and that districts. Denver Uews. encourage the use of land, juid frown up- the pumpkin. : N. .r V i . I' tinder the depressed state of business the (WSPi"l V on and, as it were, "fine or discourage tho mm jjoe uiayer, oi Lexington, ivy., won laboring classes are unable to buy meats. CHANGE.OF THE OVERLAND. r'tCt (U & withholding of land from its proper use, two out of three races on t day lj U f 3, J Beefsteak, ham and eggs are out of sight we w ill have done it. Many other ihings of the. meeting at .Milwaukee, Wis; last of a laboring man under the gold standThe Overland people have virtually may he of use to do ; many otherreforms week. ?. ajl C4Y. isdw-- jc-s- a: ard. decided upon givingno more race nieet-ingsu- might, perchance, be wise to adopt; but PEFFER2S'l!EOT.n&&S&ffl Abnell, a filly. By Ainbas it is likely they will onler.thc Jand and taxation reforms are the fundaIt acta Powort nUy acrt qalrkly. Cans ih& 7. NATIONAL PRIDE. stabies torn down very'soon now "The mental reforms'fo 5go forj' as without sador, dam Nellf the dam of Belle Vara, otliors fall. Tonnj" men regain loatmiuibood. . -mo3recover7ouUifqI"lEor. ;... untcoil to CartXcrrnutacn, track and grand stand wrill be preserved these none else will be of any listing 2.03; Yassar, 2:07; Light Sail. 2:253, Imotcncy, JIliUyEmLlan.XrfatVttulliy. , ssrnJ r.inti'oitci On Monday, an Georgette, 2 27; took" a mark of 2:22K either ae-- railing Mcaor- -, Wnatlir for hippodromes and bicycle ineetings, avail. Land speculation, and th e, taxa? ae, 5ni ,fwt eJtlt afie or JJ standard came into the Cuxai of- - and the grounds will be kept up as a tion of indpstrycand ite prpmotenj and last week, making (5) five ou the list tndlttrctton. Wards oil Insanity ana cwnsmnptli-n- on , . aadaiter advocating with great ve-- "beautiful recreation, park j&b that the the nrocTucia am two better than 2 10. OjllJeH was Don't let drocglst imporc a woriWoss snbr Utu t ' --,! tr I greater ft r loolstonl-s-indnstrv. are two furont bemencp the excellence of a gold stand- Ccr. not deteriorate.' 'burdens or curses to allpvnvf any consid- formerly the pionerty of B. HNcaferof per. ba?fcrma lnToa:pocSct.l'rcpftid Yalueof the htad will ' 1 per box, or tor with .ard was at last forced to admitthat the The racing day atOverlajd are past ami erable nroxinerftv lor anv 3Bth ofltfmi this county. W rltten Clsaraatee to Care orH.cfun.1 J.W free aud unlimited coinage otboth gold drceM merely. in the Thorefore,yet oar akpuazs 'No:taxtk VBICHKOC " the grant kcchmm-'wuVipflcaDarMr. A. .E "Burnjua's good . . and mlverjinto standard .money at the . . r i i iriiir iv i rviiui '1' ani v w "j"y e uuiHaaae n .yar;oja niiywaajseeeaa. ifmoney at ic;;.j iv - Jtu'iimfin ou I ,w ww ip.wwuniHB :,""" Tr-V- ' Sib 51 STa 575J yrauBt legal coald do so injustice of lamTneeded or wanted for its proper use; iie higher tuxes for thosu putting THE Cf JMAX, Tho Climax Printing - bates. 111:":: Z ZT r - S -- any citizen xf the' United States, then risingandwith great emphasis exclaimed: "But our standing with foreign nations must be majntained on a high plane, and wo must meet our promises to them in the best money we coin ; our natioual honor must be preserved." We asked to what foreign nation the United States was indebted. "To Great Britain! To Great Britain !" "Are you sure we are indebted to G reat Britain Vr . "Well, I mean its subjects." "Youjmean mostly the Rothschilds?" "Yes, and others of her majesty's subjects." "And you think the nation will be offended and have nothing more to do with us if we do not pay the Rothschilds and others gold, when we can meet our obligations honestly in silver coin?" "Oh, you don't seem to appreciate National pride J" and out he walked. U WHATilSTtfOST .NEEDED TO BRING ABOUT GREATER PROSPERITY w k r Oman's PANAMA AND NICARAGUA. r j Xeir's Tills! Wi e HAVING' DECIDED ork. BUSINE WWj. QUIT vice-preside- nt ss &1'1 mpjfm i SarsapariSIa 9 mm Hf 1 four-corner- g CLOTHING, NOTIONS. FURNISHING COODS, HKTS, CKRPETS, In fact everything in the House, mut be closed out regardless of price for to-da- free-silve- r xjCAS H 0NLY!Dx No goods will be charged to any one. All goods charged this year and previous to this year is now due and must be paid at once without ther notice. This is otrictly B USSR Be and I mean exactly what I say as regards my accounts and as to my stock of goods on hand. km Mi m Imfm i w: ' gi w n'mMxM rr - S. Fixtures for sale. miliirliiljl ara .ly IS GR A te2wl pi' to-da- SaJH 51 tli. ill Infill mm to-da- F, s s, fj safe-keepi- THIRTY EF SALE i a ever-enlargi- pa arS to-da- y. lis This sale includes our entire LINE of SPEING CLOTHIG consisting of all the LATEST THINGS in CASSIMERE, CREYIOT and WORSTED SUITS in both SACK and THREE BUTTON CUTAWAYS. Also m ll Youth's and Children's Suits. er m free-silvent- e. I.! s Roy L-TA- Cache-la-Poud- re, iJ C-Ssi , .rr MLS - We make, this sale to make room for our FALL GOODS ,, &?P8' Cacho-la-Poud- re ko 'AJTD rseh the-firs- i fell VUsMmj jVSjM-1-U.-l- y er?C te Ji MMif Mm ttfi l. Lending Tailors and Clothiers, mm f ai Sfe m ii (H 1 I f-S-, ATl-oM- --- .& ' L- ? i M r "- 17" ,i tT-- r " , mw. I ", r ' t"?1" -- -- 't"y fflstSISfrrlMnea Sr3 M - i"-- 3 i SJT " if- - -- r""w" -- i ' f-- s-r fci- - J ' I - - .. - , (4 . THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. JULY 8, - - 896. f-x-' Samuel Campbell died at PahitXick. W. W Watts and J. Stone Walker are v in Texas. Tbe Kings Station 4th of "July was " L drowned out. Temperance meeting-a- ' t court house Saturday at 2 o'clock. es at the fair.groundc A. & M. Wells cot hitching privileg4 re- BecureJvthe r freshment elands at tire fair. - R. A. Baxter, grocer, ilC '.1 Engfaes. Cattlo Fer Illinois. .. Some months ago", a man from lat Th' following is the law regarding toon, Illinoist bought in this county two traction engines: "Any person using" cars of cattle and. shipped them "to his operating-o- r moving any AracUbn'-o- r porttown. Subsequently he shipped four able engine on or along anvlughway or other cars. " Yesterday, be shipped two private passway or lane, inv,this- - State more cars. So eight cars of Madison that is moved in whole or ia part by couuty, cattle have recently gone to steam power shall send and keep at Illinois. least two hundred yards in advance of said engine, a messenger, whose duty it Died in Winchester. John Grady died in ' Winchester, shall be to warn all persons of its and render such assistance as Thursday, aged 86 years. He was from shall be necessary to secure the safety of Madison, and his mother, Mrs. Bridget all such persons; and s failing Grady, livesnearKirksville. Tom Grady, to comply with the provisions of this of that place, Pat Grady, of this place, are brothers, and Mrs. J. M. Riffe, is a section shall be fined not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars (or eSch of slsterr- - Interment in the Richmond fense." . Cenietery. any-person- t. Hanks. The Partners Bank & Trust Co. declared a divid6ntof 3 per cent; which reminds Cashier J. B., Owsley to'pay, that in the 27 years that he has been in the banking business here haa never missed u dividend, but the last six months has Jueen the hardest times he ha ever experienced in the business,, .The earnings for the six months were $9,599.65, from which after paying dividend and expenses $349.81 were taken to surplus. The First National declared a dividend of 3 per cent, having earned since Feb. 18, S5.502.86. f i ( jp m m . . r - I N SI si -- :SlHfT C QCMTCMPCQ CDflM SCV CORRESPONDENCE.' SI j vmuLLUUULHULUinuiuuLi ERflL STATES. y --- 8 wimmmw'v&s Personal. Fsec medical reference book to any person afflicted with any tpecial, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Aderess the leldinsr ohvsicians and lurreons cf the United diaics, ur. lathaway Jt Co , 79 Dearborn street, j3icago. EED HOUSE. The 4th of July was quite a nice day for picnics. Some of the Red House boys took advantage of it and didn't come home. Old corn is selling at $1.25 per barrel here, o'nd new corn is looking fine as was ever seen at this time of year. The oat crop, which will be harvested this week, is looking very fine. J. T. Marshall has returned home from Hot Springs, where he has been forsome time, and is much benefited by his trip Black & Dozier shipped 19 car loads of stock from Red House during the month of June, and still our blacksmith here complains of not getting any pay for shoeing horses. ttt-COLLEGE Samantha Allen Stokeley, of Estill county sent to the asylum Mrs. Rachel Yivion, nee Bush, aged 83 years, died at Winchester, Thursday. Seasholsdry goods house, Louisville, assigned with $75,000 in liabilities. Louisville has an abundance of peaches at 25 cents a bushel. A coal fleet from Pittsburg, with 2,251,-00- 0 bushels ot coal reached Louisville, last Wedneseay. The last of the Democratic clerks has gone ont at Frankfort 3isi session opens BepiemDer loin, unsurpassed climate, location, bnildines, equipment and health record. Elective courses. High standard of graduation. Best lacilitiel for the study of Music, Art, Literature, Languages, Elocution. Physical Culture. Stenography. Dressmaking, etc Nashville offers advantages in lectures, concerts and opportunities of tactical educationto be found only in 5 . D. BLANTON, President. NashvlUc. the larger cities. For illustrated catatoKuc. address Tena, Just "rThat'a ITccdel President J. S. Hocker al- - Pig7 Matt Gibson, a prominent farmer who Col. J. W. Caperton's residence, ' been attached to the owns and resides at the "oldTom Embry has race track?' out by the water works restt'h'phone system. ervoir, is haying luck iu pigs. On SaturThe parties who robbed day, one sow gave birth to 14 pigs. On uiirge Samuel's meat house have not Sunday forenoon another had! 12; and J apprehended. Sunday afternoon a third had 14. The A mule kicked out the front teeth, fourth that made a record last year of 16, unper and lower, of James Shifilet, son is expected within a day or two to mate " rially increase the out put. vi John, Wednesday. will JerryTowers died in Richmond, yes A colored man from the Slashes says terday, after an illness of seyeral months, aged hirty-on- e years. Buried in the he is not a Baptist but a hardshell. cemetery His mother died just R. Burnam's mare won A. a month ago. He leaves a wife and 60n, Tuesday and made a record of 2 20$. two brothers, David and Otto, and four Joe Fain as killed by his brother, sisters, Mra O'Neal,- and Misses Ella, larkin, at Little Hickman lastweek. Maggie and Mollie. A. C Clowere and family have reOold Vs. Silver. moved from Estill to Madison couuty. There was on excitement in the court house yard, Court day, when Mr. Thomas A boat propelled by a. gasoline engine is employed on the river by the mill Shearer, an advocate of the gold standard, and Mr. John Biggerstaff, a silver men at Ford. man, began to fight over a discussion of An uncle.of Mrs. Launey Clay, Robt tne subject, There was a "knock-dow- n Hardwiek, was killed at Stanton Friday, and drag-out,- " which was ended by the b Aba Pettit-gold man's withdrawal from the field Leather grip lost on. Irvine piku of action. Tuesdav, which finder will please leave For Congress. at Climax office. John B, Thompson, of Harrodsburg, is school at Boggs school house announced in CLiMAx'a candiwill begin next Monday, Mr. Alex date for congress, subject to the action of LllLon, teacher. the Democratic party, to represent the of Tip?" Well, Sth District as successor to Governor "What has become Mr. Thompson is a thorough lie was invoiced along with the otherfix-ture- s Democrat, a man of ability, energy, and of the office. judgment, and the opponent who defeats County Clerk White has sold his him will be the next Congressman. property at Mallory to A. Daniels', who to-da- y. -to-day. July 4th just passed, will long be membered as a Jay of much rain. re- .. 1)iet'- - Shot in the Dark. Talitha Richardson, colored, daughter, of George Richardson, was shot by an unknown person while in conversation with Oliver Bionston, colored, at the school house just below Red House, Saturday night The colored people arranged for a Fourth of July picnic on the island at the mouth of East Fork, but the rain interferred and exercises were postponed to the schoolhouse forthe eye-nin- g. of many that the shot was intended for the boy and not the eirl Dr. Bosley, of Red House, extracted tbe bullet. The wound is not mortal. A little hemp would not he amiss. It is an opinion erect a hotel. " n Collector Rodes's receipt for the fiscal tear ending June 30, were in roundjmni U i a million dollars. Got 'Em Now! Running races at the fair are being agitated by the company and would take hkea thousand o' brick. - Prof. Henry Green, of Hanodsburg, i..ie nf tliife place, goes to Bethany as tvti-lie- r of Greek, at $1,750 a year. Lightning struck the Infirmary the 1 tier morning, and knocked a hole r..ugh 11 the size of a water bucket." That old mouutaineer.Tom Morrow, of the Jackson Hustler, late of the Climax, makes this announcement: "Ginseng, hides, furs, feathers, tallow, beeswax, corn, meal, flour, eggs, butter, chickens, ducks, potatoes, vegetables and fruits taken in exchange' tor subscription, or will he received as dues from delinquents. You can't, to save your gizzard, frame any excuse now for not taking the Hustler. Come in and subscribe. New Hotel Law. "Any person who shall obtain food, lodging or other accommodation at any hotel, inn, boarding-house- , or private house of entertainment, with intent to - Bales iWagers,John Hisle, John W. Smith and "Bud" Cotton have shipped defraud the keeper thereof, shall be cattle and hogs to Cincinnati, the past fined not exceeding $100, or imprisonment in county jail not exceeding thirty v.erk. dajs, either or both, in the discretion of Letcher Miller went to Chicago yes the court or jury trying the case." Act terday, probably with the intention of of labt Legislature. juiiung the Democratic party at headA Radical Silverite; quarters. Richmokd, Ky, July 1. (Special to Mr. Wm. Warren, of Ford, and Miss Laura Pence, of Shearers Station, niece Louisville Post j In the event of the reof Alex Pence, were married Thursday organization of the Democratic County Committee, according to the Jack Chinn bj Squire Armer. program, it is almost certain that George A. R Burnam w ill, w ithiii the next M. Willging, a politician of few days, be declared, by Chairman this city, will be made chairman. WillMoll, tbe Hepublican candidate forjudge ging is a radical free silverite and boasts of the Court of Appeals. he will break up the ring which has Madison county politics for so M. F. Arbuckles barn, near Kirks-i!lwell-kgow- good properties in Richmond" for bale "on B." fc L. terms," says ad. of J. Reid Cornelisou or S. D. Parrish. n con-trole- d e, blown down last Wednesday, killing one mule and butting seeral others of the leu therein confined. wafi long Suddenly Sick. A telegram from Brodhead summoned Dr. J. B. Kinnaird to this place Sath, urday, to miuister to Mr. William who had been taken suddenly and dangerously ill. Mr. Kavanaugh was in that neighborhood buying sheep and had been in good health. He was brought to his home near Poiut Leavell on Saturday's train and is now somewhat improved, though still a very sick man. Lancaster Record. Kav-unaug- lr. J. J ao Brown, who died in Rock-vahtwas some years county the Democratic candidate for State and was defeated by Senator le ret-ttl- Bennett Waller Chenault. son of the late Dr. Waller Chenault. brother of C D. Cheof his recent nault. has taken purchase, the Ship Parks farm, four miles north of town. Capt Wjcant is the most patriotic man in town, and promptly at 12 o'clock on the glorious 4th fired thirteen guns in honor of the thirteen original states, with the C. U. battery. Kx Sheriff J. W. Bales was painfully injured by an unruly horse, one day last week, being rendered unconscious for a hitie while, but is about again though ljoking a little used up. Horace Bronbton, colored, formerly of tins pla? e, now janitor of the custom house, in Chicago, will he married July 27th. and several of his friends have gone ou to be present. They Wont Lead. Oh, for a Gov. McCreary to lead us out of the bewildering wilderness this district is in. He could beat John Thompson now, free silver or no free silver, and then no Republican would be in it Stanford Journal. A gentleman who happened to bo present when we read the above paragraph, remarked that "McCreary is here with nothing to do but lead, hut the "us" in question wont lead any more than a broncho." Died in Clark. Mrs. Margaret Lanter, widow of the late Jefferson Lanter, died at her home at Hayden's Comer, Clark county, about Buried two weeks ago, aged 66 years near her home. Mr. Lanter lived on Kentucky River, in Madison county, near Doj'lesville, and was a prosperous farmer, accumulating a considerable fortune. He removed to Clark couuty probably ten years ago. Mrs, Jasper Powell, of Doylesville, is a daughter, aud there were a number of dj The recent tornado at Sherman, Texas, did not destroy Wr H. Kale, late ot this couuty, as ou last Thursday the (.Umax from him received green-back- s for extension of gold-back- subbcnption. Mr. Robert L: Burton, of Lebanon, Ky., will represent Central University in Contest at the Chautauqua Mr. Burton basinany friends in Richmond who will attend the contest He ie a good orator aud has a very other children. ne chance for the metlal. - The Baptist church at Union City will Graves & Hardesty have secured the receive bids up to Saturday, August 1st, jiool privilege at the fair. The privileges for repairs on brick church, reserving ar.- now all let. right to reject any or all bids. Dinner at the Fair. The committee, C. L. Tipton, John e Thomas, John Eads, Jonah Parks, Robt. Privilege of furnishing dinner fair was awarded to Mrs, J. B. Willis. Lanter. will meet at the church on Saturday, July 18th, at which time builders This means that it will be well done. can get a correct idea of what is to be McKinley. Portrait of done. The Judge Publishing Co- - New York, This is the old brick church that has has issued a superb portrait in colors of been standing for many years, William McKinley, 14x21 inches. Price It is to Ie built higher and covered with reasonable-tin. at-th- Pool Privilege. Church Repairs. Free Pike Pelition. On Monday, Squire "U. S. Coyle, of Berea. leader of the free-pik- e movement in Madison county, filed with the county court the requisite petition upon which the court can order an election. The petition contains 1,600 names. The court will fix a day. By the way, Squire Coyle came into the Climax office Monday, and said he would subscribe for the paper and pay in advance, provided we would announce in the next issue that the "Climax is for free pikes." We hereby announce that this week, the Climax is for free pikes-Hoit will stand next week, or any subWin. Mellon and wife visited friends in sequent week, is not now made known, in Lexington. Miss Katie Blanton went to Harrods- Winchester Saturday and Sunday. as we have decided to take the matter up in sections of one week at a time. burg last week. Norris & Willoughby have started Mr. William Clark, of Winchester, their thresher. The yield of wheat in Hurrah this week for free pikes ! was in town Monday. this section is very light Not a 3Ilghty Hunter. Misses Margaret and Flora Chenault ttt On Monday, John Hnnter, of the Sil- are at Estill Springs. BLUE LICK. ver Creek conntry, somewhere between Miss Fannie Bush, of Texas, visited One otour oldest citizens, Mr. Fielden the head eend and the foot eend of that Mrs. J. D. Dykes last week. Golden, died at his home last Friday rather length stream, came to town. Mr. E. M. Vories is home again from evening after a protracted illness from a There was nothing unusual or unexpectvarious parts of tbe world. disease of the kidneys. He was buried ed, or at all quar about that, for most men Miss Minerva Park Phelps is in Boston Sunday morning in his front yard, and are prone to visit Richmond on that paron the place where he had spent most of ticular day. Nor was there any violation for a stay of several weeks. Mrs. Shearer, of Nicholasville, visited his life. He was over 70 years old ; aud dI either the old or new constitution. during all of tbe long career was a faithBut when John got to town he got kin- Mrs. Thos. Thorpe la3t week. g der slouchwise, and soon found himself Miss Mary Evans is spending the w cok ful neighbor and good citizen; a member of the Baptist church, as well as in a house in the rhubarbs of the town. with relatives in Clark county. one of its leading elders. Rev. Jas AmHe had a gun, and true to his name lie Miss Ethel Garner, of Winchester, is brose preach ed his funeral to a large conwanted to shoot something or some- the guest of Mrs. B. W. Turner. course of friends and relatives. He will body, he didn't care much which. Kobe Mr. Randolph Harris, of Lancaster, be greatly missed. Peace to his ashes. drew his gun and took a rest It was unwas here Saturday, going to Carlisle. like the "rest" that other hunters take Mr. Hansford Farris, ot Kingston, has Mr. N. B. Deatherage went to Lexing been selected to teach the Blue. Lick resting the gun on something for John spread himself out on a bed and fired at ton last week to.see the Chautauqua. school for the coming term. School Miss Eva Phelps is tenting at Chautau commences next Monday. " his head, but iiit the pillow instead, and of course it never bled, and then he fled, qua with Mrs. D. M. Phelps, of Walnut Rev. Jas. Gallon has gone to Clay there wes nobody dead, and devlish lit- Hills. county. tle was said. Mr. Fenis, of St. Louis, visited his The supply of blackberries has nearsister-in-laMrs. Pittman, the past ly been exhausted already. July 4 th Celebration. week. Fox hunters are numerous and keep a The Fourth of July celebration was Mrs. H. L. Perry and children, are vis- Igreat noise of nights. the best that we have had since the war. This was due to the interest shown by iting her mother, Mrs. T. H. Hart, in No 4th of July celebration hereabouts. Cynthiana. the Daughters of the Revolution. Corn is tasseling. The court house was selected as the Miss Lucile Wilkerson, of WashingWatermelons will soon be abundant place of gathering, and was nicely decor- ton, D. C, is visiting her cousin,. Miss Thechestnut bloom ib extra large this ated witli flags, portraits, etc. Esther Burnam. summer aud wo tuII have a heavy mass On tbe stage were: Rev. Dr. Blantonf Mrs. Bronaugb, of Nicholasville, visi Maj. Curtis F. Burnam, Mr. W. R.Shack- ted Mrs. T. T. Covington and Mrs. R. E. elford and Capt. Henry Wygant. Turley last week. WALLACETON. The programme was as follows: InvoMrs. Graham has returned to Cumbercation, by Dr. Blanton; Music, The Star Plenty of rain and corn looks w ell. land Gap, after a visit to her daughter, Splangled Banner; Reading of the DeclaOn last Saturday Walker Baker killed Mrs. N. B. Turpin. ration of Independence, bj Hon. Curtis a rat th?t measured 16 inches from tip Hon. W. B. Smith and Mr. Geoige F. Burnum; Oration, by W. R. ShackelWillging are representing Madison at the to tip. ford. Reuben Kindred is covering his The oration was very fine as was shown Chicago Convention. which will be n beautiful dwelling. Miss Katie O'Toole and mother have by the peals of laughter throughout, and Heury S. Smith, who was sent to the the loud applause at the end. Mr. returned after a weeks visit to Mrs. W. State prison from Richmond last SeptemW. B. Smith and Mr. A. R. Burnam D. Coon, of Lexington made informal addresses, which were Mrs. B. W. Turner will entertain her vis-to- r, ber for one year, returned home the 3rd iust. a wiser, and we all hope, a better cordially received. The meeting was Miss Garner, of Winchester, man. closed by the singing of 'America" by with a crokinole party. Wm. A. Watkins, of Conway, was the the whole audience, after which they Mr. Joe Quisenberry, of Clark county, retired to the courthouse yard where was here Monday, inquiring after tbe guest of his father, Thos. Watkins, last Saturday night there was an elaborate display of fire- tobacco crop of the coanty. Miss Maggie Elliott, accompanied by works. Mr. C. B. Sale, of Irvine, was here Mr. John Marin and his sister, Miss No Doubt a Crook. Monday and manifested his wisdom by Marm, of Berea, came to visit her mother. A stranger who gave his name as John subscribing for the Climax. Mrs. Minerva Baker, of this place, last P.'Purcell, made his appearance in Mr. Jay Lyter has returned from Friday. All of them on wheels. last Saturday, claiming to rep- Frankfort, where he has been telegraph Oscar O. Hiatt has taken charge of carresent the Cincinnati Soap Company and operator for several months. rying our mail to and from Paint Lick. was arrested, charged with selling soap Prof. J, H. Chandler made us a short Put Smith and Sarah J. Smith went to without license. Purcell was fined $30 visit Tuesday. He is traveling in the Preacherville last Saturday to see his in the police court and held over by interest of Central University. brother's wife, who is very low with tyJudge Phillips in the sum of $150 for his Miss Katie Smith has returned from a phoid pneumonia. He returned Sunday appearance at circuit court for same oftwo weeks delightful visit to Miss Virand says there is no chance for her refense. When arrested by Sheriff Logan ginia Chenault, at Mt Sterling. Young and officer Wm. Traylor, nearly covery. Mr. James Azbill, of Union City, left $500 was found in Purcell's valise. There George O. Dozier is finishing up the is evidently somethingcrooked connected on yesterday for Colorado Springs, Col., three massive columns tor the cemetery for the summer, as his health is poor. with him and bis agency, for the soap is gate, and they will ho beauties. Mr. A. P. Allis, years ago a piominent supposed by the officers to be a ruse by Mr. Dozier has completed a design lor which to carry out his trickery, whatever merchant here, came up from Cincinthe Confederate Monument to be erectit may be. Since leaving Nicholasville nati last week to visit his old friend, W. ed in the Richmond cemetery. He will it has been learned that Purcell had a E. Luxon. get up two others, and from these selecnegro man with him who went among Miss Maggie Ly tie, of Manchester, and tions will be made. the colored people of Heryeytown and Miss Sarah Jett of Winchester, are vistried to make them believe that if they iting their aunt, Mrs. Shelby Jett, of )wZ2EEaaL-weuld advance him a certain sum of Doylesville. money he (the negro) would give them a Misses Emily and Robert Earle Chencertificate that would entitle the holders ault are spending the week with their to a pension. This is thought by 6oine bachelor uncle, Harvey Chenault, at his to be , the racket which Purcell was home near Union City. working through the negro. It is not Miss Anne DeJamatt, this place, and likely Purcell will ever return to NichoMiss Ida and Amos Willis, of Kirksville, lasville for trial. Nicholasville Journal left yesterday for Washington, D. C. Cyn-thiana. life-lon- so notifies the stockholders that, on July 20, a stock dividend of .25 per cent will be declared and paid, and they are requested to mail their certificates on or before that day in order that they may receive the dividend promptly. The surplus of the bank was increased $365 and $289.79 carried to undivided profits.' As usual Cashier J. W. Hocker, of the Hustonville National Bank, makes a good showing. On a capital of $50,000 HILL. and $24,000 surplus he made $4,039.85 outof which a 3 per cent divided was Miss Laura Mellon and Miss Nancy declared after paying all expenses and Norris spent Saturday and Sunday with carrying $1,000 to surplus. Stanford Miss Lucie Adams, at Pine Grove. Journal. Miss Katie Lewis, of Doylesville, and pass Laura Mellon, of College Hill, are visitu ing Miss Bessie Lewis, in Clark county. I) Miss Sallie Powell and Miss Rebecca Edwards-arvisiting in Clark county. Bom -- To the wife of W. W, Norris, on Mr. D. M. Terrill is in Chicago. the 19th, a boy. Dr. Peter Phelps Collins is in Chica- C. B. Combs is all smiles it's a girl Anew visitor, at Leslie Hall's it's a Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hume are in Chi- girl. cago. Mrs. T. B. Demaree has gone to LexMrs. John Donelson is visiting in Mis- ington to spend a week.4 souri. "Miss Nannie Myers, of Winchester, is Miss Francis Young is'visiting in visiting her parpnts at this place. Rev. W. F. Wyatt and wife will attend Mies Mary Belle Miller is in Denver the Wilmore camp meeting, begining attending the National Music Teachers July 14, ending July 23. Association. Rev. W. F. Wyatt will begin a proMrs. Sallie Cornelison is visiting in tracted service at the M. E. church, Kansas City. south, Monday night of the first Sunday Miss Lizzie Feenyl is visiting her uncle in August. PERSONAp 1 w e of the of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper effortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that 60 many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis-- i ease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it ia the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by 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 yon purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig- Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere. Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. well-informe- With a better nature Gladness Comes; understanding THE KENTUCKY SWINE BREED- ERS ASSOCIATION. J. W. Garrrett who was apppinted to arrange a program and to assign speakers to the different subjects to be discussed at the coming meeting of Kentucky Swine Breeders' Association, at Danville, August 11 aud 12,. makes the following report, which he asks to be Dublished: 1. ? ''Principles of Feeding Swine" Frank X. Rapier, Athertonville, Ky. 2. "How I Prevent My Pigs From Losing Thrift and Condition, Before aud After Weaning" Joe Cunningham, ' Loree, Ind. 3. "Why do so Many Men Fail to Achieve Success as Breeders of Thorough Swine ?" Walter S. Johnson, Center, Ind. 4. "Which the More Profitable to General Farmer, a Sow that Produces Twelve to Fifteen Pigs or the Sow That Produces Six to Eight Pigs at a Litter?" E. M. C. Hobbs, Salem, Ind. 5. "What Will Be the Type of the Future Hog?" R. M. Smith, Pendleton, d REPUBLICANS, OLD AND NEW. ttT new-hous- ht Nich-olasvil- le . , Mrs. John Cunningham, atEscondida, has had the following guests at "Pose-dale- :" certain street Mrs. Laura Estill Francis, of LexCourt Day. A Famous Woman Gone. When ho arrived at the block in ques- ington, Mrs. Rollins Burnam, of RichBlake, C B Few cattle at the pens and prices tion he found to his dismay that every mond, Mrs. Anderson Chenault, and A Hartford, Conn., on Wednesday, Campbell, Frank Carmack, David about same as last court. Clark, Tom Craig, M Abouttwenty mulessoldat 50 $100. July 1, died Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, house in it was a flat house. He would Mrs. John T. Woodford, of Mt Sterling Harrison's Maj. Halford, Paris Kentuckian-Citizen- sister of the illustrious Henry Ward have to go from door to door until he Conn Robt Good crowd and light business. private secretary, at present paymaster Becher, and author of that book of found his friend's name over one of the Douglas, Geo of tbe United States Army, stationed nt Davis, W H Wheat. Awarded bells. world - wide notoriety, "Uncle Tom's bicycle and Fielder N O Fithian, Dr He had not proceeded far when he met Highest Honors World's Fair, Denver, Colo., fell from a J. W. Zaring Mill and Grain Co. are Cabin," the hero of which was born on ajetter-carrie- r broke a leg. receiving wheat. It is in fair condition. Silver Creek, in Madison county. making his usual delivery. Harris Nannie Mis3 Hettenbougu Jno. Henry, eon of Connty Clerk John P. Keller, John Price 4547 cents. Kcan, Zenia Harriet Beecher Stowe was born in Here, he thought, was the man who T. T. Covington has shipped threocars Litchfield, Conn., June 14, 1812. She could save him a lot of time and trouble. White, is the proud possessor of a JSow Miller, Maggie Miller Almira to S. P. Kerr. Winchester. "Yes, sir," replied the postman, in re-bike. was married to Prof. 0. E. Stowe, of Mills, Duntap Miller Pattie. Lane Seminary, 1836. In 1851 she com- - ' spouse to his inquiry, "I know the party . A. W. GrinBtead and John'Edwnrds, Murphy, Nellie Excursion to Estill Springs. of the National very well. But I am sorry to say I can-Erof Waco, hiked to Chattanooga last week. Prather; Thoa On Friday, a round trip rate of 95 menced the publication slavery- - paper, published in4 notgive you his number. It is against anti The Waco club consists pf these; two Reapers, L given by the R. N. L & B. cents will be Readman, Jno -the ralea .young men and J. H, Wilson, J. L. Rensford, Katie . if to Irvine on account of the opening ball. Washimnon. In 1852. "Uncle Tom's . The same secrecy is obseryed at the in two volumes, was published. Comba Win. Powell and Ben .and Jesse Parties purchasing these tickets will go Cabin," Turner, Frank J unparalleled .run, and in four post office. The postal address of anyJEd wards. . on regular train but return by special It had an Waldain, Ellen Walker, David years 313,000 copies had been sold in the body will not be given .by the federalau-thritie- s train Saturday morning. The Richmond Fair is" a go,, and from Williams, Jlinda even to a state officer. This United States, and probably as many all indications 'bids fair to begone of Hogs. J", U "Willis. P K. more in Great Rritain. Since then it rule is in accordance with the general " X attrac- -' jL great' success. Onetof-thetmoe- t dealings with the .gelds has been translated into every known principle.that a man's John Foster bought a tivalraces on the card ill be tbeyearr j! Capt. R..DLoga, oam oi Morffta'a ing of Asa Wilson for S50. James F. language. Since in 1869 she has con government are of a confidential nature. V ling' race, 'aud there ire two in this.fKMK-;j.7li- zl CDBieaeraie Po&tmiJter3Villifl saye that such.k ihe Murray Bold to J. G. Galloway, of Paint tributed a great deal to magazines and : ,reRreGiiADE:;L,vi lv w'Wii lkj ngi'1 nupwumy weium... Bhe"was editor of law,. njj any .pGBteMster Lick, 100 ISO pound hogs at 3c James newjpers. 11 A pwrGrape !.9vw6k?im i I"" ! A, McCarJey bought of Frank Holtzclaw thaUearth and Hohhi, a weekly liteF ?of the p;al,isarviecolate8th4iw- - mm Ammoou, Ahint orany oammumnm, $ T.;Cf Wood ageci.78, W4 i ITlfKeJi & ffW& '! ' I llll a lot of Iiog& at 21c. Lancaster Cor. 1H. n I I mm Kavanv Till wai "II 5p Lj j'jIv.s s r f ""'.. - ' X . .frLV" j ' . Wj .. Sr . . v J. ..nii.w . ',- i" Secrecy. is not generally known that Uncle It Sam looks npon the address or whereabouts of one of his citizens as an inviolable secret Such, however, is the case, says the New York World. A New Yorker who had been out of the city for souio time found upon his return, a few days ago, that one ol his intimate friends had changed his residence without leaving bis exact new address. All he could gather was that his friend now lived in a flat on the north side of a Office Post They represent the Christian Endeavor. Mrs. S. M. Black, of Madison county, returned home Wednesday morning after a two weeks visit to her brother, Mr. Walker Mason. Williamsburg cor. Stanford Journal. Mrs. Mattie Gibson expects to leave in a short time for an extended trip east While gone Bho expects to visit New York and other points of interest Williamsburg cor. Stanford Journal. When two such men as Lyman Trumbull and Benjamine H. Bristow are buried in the same week, it forcibly suggests Ky the great chauges which have taken 6. "Diseases of Hogs and Tbeir Treaplace in American politics generally and tment" H. C. Allen, Georgetown, Ky. especially in the politics of the RepubJ. W. Garrett. lican party. j Judge Trumbull stood for the devotion LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. to principle which makes individuals Corrected Weekly. great and save nations from demoralizations. The era of politics to which he Butter. 8 to 10c lb belonged was marked by the enormous Eggs 6 to 7c doz sacrifices Americans showed themselves Chickens (live) 5c lb c ipable of making. It was succeeded by Chickens (spring) 10c lb an era ol corruption, in which Bristow Ducks (live) 5c lb stood as the typical American, incorrupt- Cheese 10tol2Jclb ible and incapable of being intimidated Lard Sic lb 20c lb into giving his consent to the betrayal of Beeswax $2.50c lb his trust and the plunder of the people. Ginseng 11 to 12c lb 1) There are such Republicans still, no Wool (No Cott 7 to 8c lb Burry and doubt, and a great many of them, but Green hides 3 to 4c lb 5 to 6c lb they are not in control of their party. Dry hides 35c lb John Sherman and Sonator Morrill are Feathers (new) "old-lin-e Republithe only conspicuous Scat cans" left in public life. In the place of Want to rent or sell on B. & L. terms men who became great through daring several gootl properties in Richmond. to hold convictions and to stand for Call on J. Reid Corneusox, them, we have bosses and the instruState Agent ments of bosses, men who gauge patriOr Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney for otism by percentages and make the pen- the Equitable L. & I. Asso. S ny wisdom of their desire for profit the Keanced Rates Via. Southern Railway. sole test of right. For the occasion of the National It is indeed a far cry from the Republicans of Trumbulls and the Bristows to League of American Wheelman, which that ot the Hannas aud the Quays. N. meets at Louisville, August 10th to 15th, 1896, Southern Railway will sell tickets Y. World. to Louisville and return at rate of one BIG DRUMMERS THESE. fare for the round-triTickets will be sold August Sth to 9th, good for return The party of American business men passage until August 17, 1S90. Call on who, under the auspices of the National ' fhe Southern Railway for Av. v," of the Association of Manufacturers inlv.iii 9 United States, will start Wednesday for "" a three months' Argentine, lary. Uruguay and Brazil has been completed. again v8 The In In the party, the purpose of which has addition been fully told by tbe World, will he the ward, laborr roon following gentlemen : .room. The last arrant, J. M. wtudebaker, of South Bend, Ind.; the most approved fa J. A- - Jafi'rey, of Columbus, O.; Freder- cordially invite the ph. ick Stearns, of Detroit; W. T. Adams, town and county to bring other patien. " Memphis Manufactur- to us, as it is equally free to all. represent!. ers' Association , F. L. Wagar, represent- The P. A. C. Infirmary Association. ing the Gulf Coast Lumber Company ; Mrs. Zaring, Sec'y. S. E. Bacon, representing the Board of Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson, Pres. Trade of Erie; T. Stewart Wood, of PhilSeduced Kates Via. Southern Railway. adelphia; T. D. Palmer, representing the For the occasion of the meeting- - of the Leather Association of New Jersey; J. , A. Johnson, representing the Agricultu- Uaptist Young People's Union of Ameri-awhich will be held at Milwaukee, ral Implement and Vehicle Association ; , 1896, the Southern Rail-na- y F. W. Spicer, of Dexter, N. Y. ; J. R. Wis-- July will sell tickets to Milwaukee and Kilburne, of Columbus, O.; William Harper, representing the Philadelphia return at rate of one limited first-claCommercial museums, and Henry R. fare for the round trip. Tickets will be lold July 13r14and 15, with final limit Gilbert, of Syracuse. The party will be guided by G. W. leturning July 25th, 1896, except that by Fishback, Secretary of the American Le- deposit of tickets with Joint Agent at gation in Buenos Ayres. To get such a Milwaukee, on or before July 20th, 1896, body of men to go to the South Ameri- the limit may he extended up toand in'August 5th, 1896. can countries and see for themselves the cluding Call'on any Southern Railway Agent opportunity existing for trade there haa It long been a hobby of his aud of William lor further information. I. Buchanan, the American Minister. Don't miss seeing those fine silver They have so arranged matters that the nlaid spoons at D.Y. Armer's, warranted travelers will be tbe official guests of the for 25 years and cheap. 45 countries they are to visit Besides that Roof of the Red Ash coal mine near they go with a measure of sanction from Wilkesbarre, Pa , caved in Sunday, killthe United States Government. ing ninety-seve- n miners. They will sail on the St. Paul Wednesthrough Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures day morning. As they pass out the Narrows a salute will be fired from tolds, croup and whooping couzh. It is the warships there. They, will also be pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by given official recognition by tbe warships 1 lagan's Pharmacy. lm of this country that are on the South Mineral products of the United States American stations when they visit tbe for the year 1895 show an increase of ports in which the ships are. The party-wi- ll $0,000,000 over the year before. arrive in London on July 8. spend Mrs. Rhodie Noah, of this place, was two days there and sail from Southamptaken; in the night with cramping pains ton for South America on July 11 on the royal mail steamship Danube. They snd the next day diarrhoea set in. She will stop at Vigo and Lisbon, in, Spain, took half a bottle of blackberry cordial at the Gape Verde Islands and then go but got no relief. She then, sent to me if I had anything that would help her. I to Pernambuco, in Brazil. Thirty days will be spent in Brazil, sent her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Uruguay and Argentine Special trains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and the will be at the service oi the visitors, so irst dose relieved her. Another of our that they will have an opportunity to see r eighbors had been sick for about a week the great manufacturing establishments and had tried different remedies for diarand tour through the country-e- o as to rhoea but kept getting worse. I sent get a broad-gauidea of its resources. lim this same remedy. Only four doses There will be many official banquets and of it were required to cure him. He says receptions and the company will get back I e owes his recovery to this wonderful remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley, Sidney, here at the end of September. of the National Mich. For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. The lm Association of Manufacturers from the twenty-si- x States where it has organizaFrank Lucas and Frank Smith stole tions have beeu invited to attend, and corn in Lincoln county, Monday night, many will do so. N. Y. World. they were arrested Tuesday night, indicted Wednesday, and Thursday tried and I2EST asntenced to the penitentiary. 1 5-p. 5-trip-throug- h Exclaims thousands of people who havo taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at this season of the year, and who have noted the success of the medicine in giving them relief from that tired feeling, waning appetite Lightning Hot Drops and state of extreme exhaustion after the close confinement of a long winter season, What a Funny Name!' Very True, but It Kills AH Pain. the busy time attendant upon a large and pressing business during the spring Sold Everywhore. Every Day Without Relief, There Is No Par months and with vacation time yet some weeks distant. It is then that the building-up powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla are A colored boy in Lincoln county was fully appreciated. It seems perfectly thrown by a horse and rib broken, an adapted to overcome that prostration end of which penetrated his lung, kill- caused by change of season, climate or ing him in ten minutes. life, and while it tones and sustains the Last summer one of our grand children system, it purifies and vitalizes the was sick with a severe bowel trouble. blood. lm Our doctor's remedies had failed, tben There have been Jarge sales of wo tried Chomberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very hides in Chicago at the best prices speedy relief. We regard it as the best of the year. One packer sold last medicine ever put on the market for week 6,000 native steers at 8 cts. bowel complaints. Mrs. E. G. Gregory, and 10,000 Texans at 8 cts. Frederickstown, Mo. This ceitainly is Dig down to the cause of your sickness the best medicine ever put on the market for dysentery, summer complaint, if you want to get well and stay well. colic and cholera infantum in children. Most likely it's indigestion. The irritatIt never fails to give prompt relief when ing poisons of fermenting, putrid food, used in reasonable time and the plain left in the stomach by indigestion, cause printed directions are followed. Many headache, neuralgia, nervousness, dizzimothers have expressed their sincere ness, stomach-achnausea, irritability, graditude for the cures it has effected. and all the other n symptoms For sale by Hagans Pharmacy. lm of indigestion. They also cause many pains and disorA Chicago dispatch states that the Illi nois Central Company has determined to ders which are often laid to other causes add a large quantity of rolling stock to and hence are not easily cured. But aa its equipment, and is now giving out soon as the poisons are removed, all contracts, which in the aggregate will these symptoms and disorders disappear, amount to nearly 4.000 cars. It is un- because there is nothing left to cause derstood that the rolling stock includes them. Nothing succeeds in this like fifty coal cars, 300 refrigerator cars, 2,500 Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it prebox cars, in addition to a number of vents the undigested food from fermentothers. The outlay for this rolling stock ing in the stomach and helps the stomach to digest its food. will amount to over $1,000,000. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $1 Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers per bottle. It can be applied when at home, and is,uni-forml- y successful in coloring a brown or Indian Head Cotton Mills, to black. Hence its great popularity. It cost $ 600,000 and to be the larj;-i- st e, well-know- rrii! ? A & If a few bales of Arkansas valley alin Alabama, will be establishfalfa sent to London as' a sample prove ed at Cordova by the Nashua Mansatisfactory, that section of the State w ill next fall be shipping large quantities of ufacturing Company of Nashua, N, H. alfalfa hay to the English market. The pain that sometimes strikes a man at the most inopportune moment is due to indigestion. It may come in the midst of a dinner and make the feast a mockery. It is a reminder that he may not eat what he chooses, nor when he chooses. He is a slave to the weakness of his stomach. A man's health and strength depend upon what he gets out of his food. This depends on his indigestion. Remove the obstruction by taking Dr. Rev. B. F. Converse, of the Christian Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They are a Observer, haa been made a Doctor of positive cure ror constiputioB and its atDivinity by Hampden Sidney College, tendant ills headaches, sour stomach, Virginia. flatulence, dizziness, biliousness ami Just now everybody is begining to take a Spring Medicine. And it is a good thing to do provided you take Simmons Liver Regulator the best Spring Medicine. It'saslugglish liver that clogs the system and makes bad blood. A dose a day of Simmon3 Liver Regulator willmakeanewmanout of you.andanew woman too. Look for the Red z on the package. It is Simmons Liver Regulator you want. It i "heartburn." The "Pellets" are very "WTiat z. Vosiaa Can. Do. gentle in their action. They simply asLast week I cleared, after paying all sist nature. They give no violent v rench expense, $355, the month previous S260 to the system. They cause no pain, nor and have at the same time attend to griping. stamps to cover cost Send 21 otherduties. I believe any energetic person can. do equally as well, as I have had of mailing only, aud receive free a copy very little experiuce- - The Dish Washer of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Address "just lovely and every family wants on World's Dispensary Medical Association, makes selling very easy. I do no Buffalo, N. Y. It 'o hear about the Dish one-cent 1 -- ' fo'-n- e. '"--h- It is 16-1- 8, ss ge lienor Hade is. a Sllaute. I have not made less than sixteen dollars any day while selling Centrifugal Ice Cream Freezers. Any one should make from five to eight dollars a day selling cream, and from seven to ten dollars selling Freezers, as it is such a wonder, there is always a crowd wanting cream. You can freeze cream elegantly in one minute and that astonishes people so they all want to taste it and then many of them It buy freezers as the cream is smooth and A North Carolina train ran over two perfectly frozen. Every freezer is guarcolored people and a goat they were anteed to freeze the cream perfectly in leading, killing all three. one minute. Anyone can sell ice cream Summer Homes and Resorts. and the" freezer sells itself. My sister The Southern Railway is the first of makes from ten to fifteen dollars a day. our great railway systems to give infor- J. F. Casey 5: Co., 1143 St. Charles St., mation to the public and to, fix low ex- St. Louis, Mo.., will fnaD you full particcursion rates for a summer outing good ulars free, so you can go to work and for return until October 31, by issning make lots of money anywhere, as with with usual promptness, its Summer one freezer you can make a hundred gallons of cream a dav. or if you wish they Home and Resort. Book. is handsome in design and artistic in will hire you on a salary. Lillie B. It It every respect, having thirty-tw- o beautiful illustrated pages containing the most A man and four boys were complete and conveniently arranged information calculated to answer fully and drowned in Lake Mattapao, Mass., satisfactorily every question likely to be Monday by the capsizing of aboat. propounded, such as routes and distances, A course of Hood's Sarsaparilla this hotels and boarding houses, names of spring may be the means of keeping you proprietors, how to reach them, rates of well and hearty all summer. it board by day, week and month, etc. The Southern offers a choice of mounWhile delirious from fever Fred tain and seaside resorts, the surf bathing Bensing committed suicide at his and sea breezes of some of the most dehome in Louisville. lightful resorts on the Atlantic Coast cool mountain breezes.ofSwannanoa, Are You One of those unhappy people Asheville, Lookout Mountain and others suffering with weak nerves ? Remember 2,500 feet above the sea' level. that the nerves may be made strong For copy of guide call at the office of by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which feeds theirr. any prominent coupon agent or send upon pure blood. stamp to C. A. Benscoter. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agent, Chattanooga, Tenn. Hood's Pills are the best o pills ; assist digestion, prevent constipaAt Island Ford, North Carolina, a tion.. 25c. it mother,vby mistake, gave strychnine, Three persons were killed and and her child was dead in two minutes. or-th- e ent Washer Witn it you can wash and dry the dishes for a family of ten in two minutes without wetting your hands. As soon as people see the Washer work they want one. You can make more money and it quicker than with any household article on the market. I feel convinced that any lady or gentleman can make trom $10 to $14 per day around home. You can get full particulars bv addressing The Mound City Dish Washer Co., St. Louis, Mo. They help you get started, then you can make money awful fast. A. L. C. ii. . .. Ark., Eufus Sticky Davis, Maomi July and Sam Sampson, comprising what is known as the Buck gang, were executed ior murder and criminal assault. Back, Lou - At Fort Smith, rwi!. ! after-dinn- ta - OF LETTERS A OlLlli Eajoy3 The pleasant flavor, gentle acQon, and sliothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bilious, the most gratifying results follow its use; so that l';is the best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle, lm jI doctors graduated from the J Kentucky School ol Medicine, Louisville, at its recent commencement. Fifty-seve- n I : a, tOST IN QUANTITY. BESTIN QUALITY. CREAM BAKING POWDfR p . - r ... -- In-187- 0 he most tted.0i WORMS! WHITPSCREIiv vermifuge; 20 Mag tws alt WORM , - to Make Money. grapes and peaches, a year old, fresh as when picked I use the California Cold process, do not heat or seal the fruit; just put it upcoldkeeps perfectly fresh, and costs almost nothing; can put up a bushel in ten minutes. Last week I sold directions to over 120 famDies; anyone will pay a dollar for directions, when they see the beautiful samples of fruit- - As there are manv people poor like myself, T consider it my duty to give my experience to such, aud teel 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 of your readers, for eighteen two'cents stamps, which is only the actual cost of the sample, postage, etc., to me Fkancis Casey, St. Louis, Mo. 2 14 Aipoh'cemaa was killed in Colorado Springs by a burglar who being "ho'tjy puraaeo. Dy otner poticeniea Bbet bis own, braisa out. I nave berries, A I'Jyinco one seriously injured by the explosion of a boiler in a newspaper office at Houston, Tex. In cases where dandruff, scalp diseases, tailing and grayness of the hair appear, do not neglect them, hut apply a proper remedy and tonic like Hall's Hair Re-new-er, it The Southern Textile Manufacturers' Association has decided, to curtail production 50 per cent, for the next ninety days. THE NEW HOOK SPOON FREE TO ALL I read in the Christian Standard that FOR m B0TTU Mtttwm MJaxAwsmMNtunmi IMMift mi . YEARS ftenfodiotfr Jw4 '4 "j-.- J if 11 ir&j iJC- - ru y 'ilbtfltifiSMS ..-- ! m Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, St. Louis, Mb., would ive an elegant plated hook spoon to any one sending her ten stamps. X sent for one and. found it bo useful that I showed jt,to my friends and nde SIS in two hoars, kking orders for the spoon. The hook spoon is a household necessity. It cannot slip into the diefa or cooking vessel, baisg held iu thenteceby a hook ob the back. The At xw.- - MMiiMtaL? ;w you nave spoon is. something housekepre ha vex SiclfHwidee? Is Tooi ;Krro.'-,- . 8V neided. fever JttSei.ipootM VMf flwin-veuU- d. TBT.wt jvnbvb wot 01 am? .' Any oWcaaaetaoiHMiitB iimo by MndfcBg Am l$m& werte Hfw 0.5 nuike i Frits. tbw9 a Vwy tajtiy T. ttittiin-4fc- iWWL nt Tccttti! 1 'lfr: lw.j .iXJ.f iiMwft&L m -: u tftr' j& t ti&:'JB&J mJ&mwtk'3w. S. i T C l 'v J. M'-- t - ' "-- T if II 3 ."- -- " 'A .': - r-- . B! - S "C" - ' S" "f.- V 't?fr. 'i "3 . ! J "i "7f' if FREAK OF LIGHTNING. o persons Half a Mite Apart Struck al tho Same Time. A viovLsit'ed JS i' S'.,- - e . ' tf - - ,c - it - .ir "if1 ' 1 ' i Sl r I i I AGED KENTUCKIAN. ComoDrclt. Btulneai and U IIts Pittsburgh on Death. Groand to BOTH DEAD. TnrsBURnii, Pa., July 4. Frank Varrtbla Dt4 Between a Farmer and a Wall, aged 83 years, supposed to bo a Town Hanhal Each Fired lint One. j Brssr,vna,E, Ky., July 0. A dead- Billionaire, and residing at Springfield, county, Ky., came to Pittsly duel took place near Adairville, thla ! (Voshlngtonclose a deal with the Pcnn- burgh to county, late Saturday afternoon. Dick jylvania for 533,000 worth of land near-WaYounger, a farmer and desperate man, formerly lived. went to tba little town, loaded up on As station, where he tho train and he vhlfiky,and,ahorodeoutof town, fired itarted toalighted from at Wall he cross the tracks liis pistol several times. II. II. Harmon, was run down and ground to death by tho town marshal, jumped on a horse shifting engine. Some of his relai and started after Younger. An hour tives were at the station to welcome later both men were found dead about the old gentleman to his former home ooe mile from the ton n. Younger waa nd witnessed his horrible death. Mr. lying In a field, a few feet from the Wall was hero four months ago, and road, and Harmon In the middle of the nhen leaving said he would spend road. the Fourth of Ju'y with his relatives Both men had been 6hot through th here. heart, and only one chamber in each WIFE MURDERER LAUGHLIN been discharged. There were no eye witnesses to the deadly (Till Probably bo Tried In tho llretUen Cirencounter. William Younger, a cuit Court This Month. brother of" Dick, was killed in Adair-vri- o BnooKESviixE, Ky., July 4. Robert with a baseball bat by Laughlin, the murderer who is confined Dates Patterson about four years ago. in the Mason county jail, will be tried The Youngers were relatives of the at the July term of the BracKen circuit famous Younger outlaws. Harmon court, which convenes Monday. killed two men in Tennessee at one time Cephus Free, who is in the county bcveral years ago. Ho was the only jail here, charged with assaulting his man the town of Adairville has had for little niece, will also be a number of years who could keep or- tried at this term of court. v der in tho town. Ho was fearless and Jan. A. Scott Reported Out. & terror to evil doers. Frankfort, Ky., July 4. It was said here Friday morning that Hon. James WITH THE JURY rw mm From All w ll THAT REPORT Heralding Judge Patton at Filed by State Ingpetar Lester. Fbankfobt, Ky., July 3. State Inspector Lester filed his report Wednesday in the case .of. Circuit Judge Pat-toof Martin county. The report contains a statement of the charges against Judge Patton, accusing him of imbibing liquor anil general unbecoming conduct on the bench. He recommends that Patton's salary be withheld, and says that if it be true that Patton will sue to compel the auditor to pay it, the state can surely Stand the investigation that will follow if Patton can, and, besides, it will give the court of final resort a chance to decide how far the governor can go In correcting such evil practices by a public official as are disclosed in this , Ist n, Judge Hall Relented. L Judge Ha' was arrested Tuesday on the charge o murdering Dr. Stevens, aud had ai exaiulning trial He proved that h was at the house, of Jttlin Gentry ,n the time of tho shooting and as then was no direct evidence to the contrar he was released. Dr. Stevens, the mni who was shot, onco spent a term if Joliet prison forperlormlng a criming operation. Still more trouble Is e pected over the affair, as each Bide ha. a strong'following. Sturgis, Ky., July J! arc. iw&wm&ww'x&wvin) C I r fi VSGORiMEM B!K)8-w 8E8Ylr1E case. TWO WITNESSES In a Murder Case Quarrel, Near Flemings-bnrand. One Is Klllrd. Flemingsburg, Ky., July 2. A reg, the at signee of Col. James E. Pepper, 15.000 as salary and 20,000 damager Barnes says he had u contract will Pepper for five years at a salary o S7.000 per annum, and In addition Pet per agreed to make for him each yeai free- of cost 250 barrels of whisky. Pepper Sued for 835,000. Lexington, Ky., July 1. Thomas C Barnes, brother of Col. Will S. Barnes has filed suit against the Securit here Thursday, doing much dam-ig- o to stock and property. who was caught In the torm, was struqk by lightning, ind sustained painful and it is feared fatal injuries. Another victim was Bettie Walks, a colored girl, who was badly burned about the face and 6lde, but not dangerously hurt. The remarkable feature of the accident was hat both people were struck at the ame timo, but were fully half a mile John-Jooley- Niciiolasvillk, Ky.,JuJy 3. lent rain and thunder storm , AFTER - Xoit Knir, vr.XjT VltalltT. Nerrona Dabllltr. IuomDl Wa.tlBj Dlaou nd all WmCmoj rwonTma, cjS-'JSt..excesses. J! per bOi.6for5. Mailed toeajaKreescnreeiLi Easily QHfckfy.PsrsiBeailfnSsf Bra. gSl pt? f BgTSold by W. G White, Drnggest, Richmond, Ky. Trust and Safety Vault Co., ipart R t T u 'S$Ve'5 nr u R K U S 0) 0) (0 if Wheeler, bhcriff, had Eummoned 75 men from whom to select a jury to try Lafayette Brooks for the murder of Augustus McKenzie June 20. The Jury consisted of Isaac G. Ferguson, M. R. Seel, J. A. Oldfield, Tho S. IicU the Fate of the Honlsrtr of Align, this district, will withdraw from tho tus McKenzie. race in speech Pleasurevillij park West Liberty, Ky., July fl. Upon Saturday,a and theat race will be made the order of Judge Kcnncr, when court adjourned, J. A. Scott, congressional candidate in Patrick. The evidence for tho commonwealth was all in at 1:S0 p. m. The defense offered no witness except the prisoner. The case was argued for prosecution by M. Redwlne and for the defenso by W. W. McQuiroL Phipps, It E. CaudiiL J. F. Cnudlll, J. F. Lykins, J. O. Benton, Q. A. Joncd, W.;C Daniels, Samuel Lykins and Alex. After the jury had been out ono hour land twenty minutes court was adjourned till Saturday morning. The impression is if the jury agrees , they will bring in a verdict of murder in the first degree, penalty death. PLACED IN IRONS. iBIH Clark, a Notorious Convict, Nearlj ' Bralued a Follow-rrUone- r. Fbaxkfort, Ky.. July C. Bill Clark, ;u notorious Louisville convict, who hoe tfigured prominently in two desperate 'attempts to blow up the state peniton-tiary- , showed up in another role at the prison Sunday. Clnrk is confined in the dungeon as a punishment for his to escape, but is allowed to eat his meals at the regular tables in custody of a guard. , Sunday morning Joe Mlrna. a fellow prisoner, was deputized to escort Clark to breakfast. The latter had finished his men. and was starting back to his cell when suddenly he seized a hug dub and assaulted Mirna savagely. Mlrna was hit on the head and blood flowed profusely from two lung gashes. Ue becamo unconscious and remained to during the grcutcr part ol up with Carroll, of Henry, representing the silver element, and Breckinridge and Owens dividing the sound . money vote A Wrangle In the Governor's Office Frankfort, Ky., July 4. B, A. Newman, of Kelson county, believes that he was deposed as a guard at the penitentiary on account of his religion. He called upon Gov. Bradley and Auditor Stone was called In as a witness by his excellency. Stone and Newman exchanged warm words and came near coming to blows. Children Attacked by a nop. Lebanon, Ky., July 4. Two children of Ed Wayne, a boy aged six and a girl of eight years, were attacked and seriously hurt by a vicious sow at tho home of Mr. Wayne, two and a Both chilhalf miles from Lebanon. dren were badly lacerated and it la feared their injuries are fatal. pt Lkwi8buro, Ky., July 4. Samuel Rose became involved in a quarrel with three colored men on his farm near Bussellville. He shot and seriously wounded all three of the colored men, two of whom arc not expected to live. Rose is a well to do young farmer and prominent In that section. Lawrencebarf? Llghtd. Lawrenceburo, Ky., July 4. Tho Standard EngineerlugCo.,of St. Louis, Mo., which contracted to furnish Law-rencebu- rg Shot Three Colored Men. with 15 electric arc lights for 81,000 a year, has let the day pass, three weeks ago, for beginning work. Doable Wedding. Lancaster, Ky., July 4. E. H. Lane and Miss Jennie Johnson, of Bupna Vista, and John II. Pollard and Miss Bessie May Van Arsdale, of Washington county, were married at the Mason the day Prison Physician Stewort hotel by Rev. F. M. Hill. .does not regard Mima's injuries as Takes Patton's Place. fatal, though his condition la very Ashland, Ky., July 4. Judge R. D. Clark will now be kept in Davis, of this city, has been appointed fcro a. as a special judge to fill tho vacancy in the Big Sandy district on account of RIVAL LOVER John S. Pattern's illness. "Bbot Emmet David, and lie Died In the Xew Postmaster for Tablon, Ky. Glrl'i Artns. Washington, July 4. J. C. Royalty Dowhso Gheen, Ky., July fl. Bud has boen appointed postmaster at Tabn Caldwell and Emmet David, two farmers of Butler county, have lon, Mercer county, Ky., vice Ching for Borne time been paying attention to Demoreo, resigned. the bame young lady, and when thoy FATHER AND SON met at church Sunday morning David w as with the young lady. Cald well at "robably Fatally Horned Through a Kzplosion. onoe drew his pistol and fired. The ball entered David's left breast, and aa Woodsfield, O., July 4. Word has boen reoeived of a frightful accident j' he fell said: "Helen, catch me; I am dead." tho Antioch oil field about " five oVlr He died In the girl's arms. Caldwell Friday afternoon. A made his escape and has not been capt- cleaned out on th-- ' ured a6 yet, but is being pursued by a by the r p'., very higir large posse. Er"'4- Tnt. at the eoeno of the trouble. and sot fire u DISEMBOWELED rick on tho Shoestring W i a Preacher and a Girl and a Man A man named Siddell and his son, who were both working in the derrick of Shot During a Fight. Frankfort, Ky., JulyO. At a color- the Henry Co.'s well, were very severeed dance near Farmdale, in this coun- ly burned, and It Is thought they will ty, Sunday night, a general fight took dlo from their injuries. The torpedo place. In which Charles Marshall, a man was also burned, but how badly is preacher, was disemboweled, Lena An- not known. derson shot In tho thigh and Will Meux AT THE RACES shot In tho hand. John George, a ShelA Tonog Man, Newly Blarrlod, Suddenly by county black, did the shooting, but Fell Dead. do one knows who cut Marshall. The Canton, an girl's thigh bone was broken, and the stage of O., July 4. Atheat exciting of the the fourth well-know- port reached here Wednesday morning HorKiNSViLLE, Ky., July 1. Georg that .Albert Dyer had shot and killed R. Grant, residing near Crofton, fatall Geo. nolton Tuesday afternoon, near shot Charles Lyle, a neighbor. Lyit the home of the parties, on Sugar Tree had been visiting Grant's daughtt run, about 10 miles east of this city against her father's wishes, and he ha Both nen were neighbors of Charles been told to cease his calls, but refuset Niece who was mysteriously shot and to do so. The shooting occurred dur killed a few weeks ago, und both were ing his visit to Grant's house. Gran; witnesses In the trial of his supposed came to this city, surrendered and wa: murderer, and"thls shooting is 'sup- released on bond. posed to have grown out of that affair. Confessed to Robbing a House. No further particulars can be had Mayfield, Ky., July 1. Saturday night the residence of Jack HumPost Oflce Changes In Kentucky. phreys, four miles south of thla place, Washington, July 2. First Assistant was broken into and 40 taken from Tostmaster General Frank H. Jones the trunk of Ben Humphreys. Zeno Wednesday afternoon gave out a list of Willis was suspected. He was folchanges in classifications and salaries lowed and arrested in Murray and conof presidential post offices in Kentucky, fessed the crime. offective Wednesday, under an act of Splash Dam Destroyed. congress, March, 1S53. The changes 1. Tho greai Whitesruro, Ky., are based on post office receipts for the splash dam located July Boone's Fork, on lost fiscal year, and are as follows: belfinglng to W. S. Wright, was entireWinchester is advanced from third to ly destroyed by the recent tide in second class. Increases: Ashland the Kentucky river. A tine grist mill C1.000, Cloverport 51,100, Clinton 51.100, Wright and CynthlanaSl.700, Elkton SI, 100, Frank- was saw mill belonging to Mr. amount swept away. The losses fort 83.500, Georgetown 81.S0O, Hopklns-vlll- e to 4,000. S2.200, Louisville S3,S)00, Mayfleld Fire at the Western Lunotto Asylum. 1,700, ilorgaufield SI, 400, Mt. Stirling Hopkinsville, Ky., July 1. An 2,000. Decreases: 81,400, Winchester Bowling Green 2,200, Covington 82,800. alarm of flro from the Western lunatic Lawrenceburg $1,200, Newport 2,800. asylum, near this city, was occasioned by the discovery of llamcs In the roof o More Kentucky Gushers. the central cook room, which caught Ky., July 2. Report has froma flue. The fire was soon Ashland, under been recelyed of the coming in of two control, but considerate damage was wells of the South Pennsylvania Oil done. company, on the Salt Licit fork of Illicit Liquor Soiling Cases. Beaver creek In Floyd count-- , both of West Lbjerty. Ky., July 1. Circuit vhlch are said to be good for 25 barrels court is in session here with Judge J. per day. This is the samo territory S. e Kenner on the bench and M. M. that was given up in a great part sevprosecuting attorney. There are eral years ago by the Pittsburgh 'firm 05 cases to bo tried this term, almost all of Guffcr & Queerig for the illicit selling of whiskey. There Dr. Wagner's Condition. is only one murder case. Lexington, Ky.. July a. Dr. John Kentucky Chautauqua. W. Wagner, of Bellevue, whose name Lexington, Ky., July 1. The was connected with the Pearl Bryan Kentucky Chautauqua assembly tragedy, and who was adjudged insane Tenth bo will held and sent to the asylum here, now shows grounds again on the Chautauqua this year beginning ro signs of Insanity, and may soon be Tuesday and continuing until July 10. dismissed. Dr. Wagner has been a Dr. W. 111 again be tho L. Davidson mystery to the asylum authorities since superintendent. his confinement. h-g-- Shot Ills Daugbtor'g Lover. tie was taken to St Elizabeth' hospital in Mennlnger's ambulance, where he now lies in a dying condition, as Dr. Kearns, the attending physician, states that he can not possibly survive. Crawford Is 30 years of age and lived with his wife" and two children. Both Legs Cut OO. Covinotcn, Ky., July 3. Robert Crawford, a car repairer at the C, H. D. shops in Cincinnati, was on his way to work about 0 o'clock and was walking on tho track, when a train overtook him at Twelfth and Washing- on streets and ran over him. Both of 'lis legs were cut off below theknee, ind he was otherwise cut and bruised, t OUB ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, CIiaab hjixyjuo I e) ( ) (9 ) Ax "The North Pole made use of. at last." on T?ni'niohinnr jyjvu.o 111 am xiuiuoiiiiijj ntnntla nm, ul be closed out at 1 The Kentucky Contingent. Frankfort, Ky., July 3. The blg-,jpart of the Kentucky delegation md crowd of politicians who will go :o Chicago leave Saturday and Sunday nights. The Blackburn club, of Lexington, and the Young Men's demo-j- r i tic club, of Louisville, go In special tra ns, soveral hundred strong. John S. Rhea, the well known Russellvillo orator, is tlpr-eto nominate Blackburn. Editor Urey Woodson, of Owena-borer o, Battle Always at the front and wherever "BATTLE AX" goes it is the biggest thing in sight It is as re--' markable for its fine flavor and quality as for its low price. A 5 cent piece of "BATTLE AX" is almost as large as 10 cent piece of any other equally good tobacco. I ) ) PLUG SI Is nearly a sure winner for tional committeeman. na- . T A l onie mm gei i5AicwALis. is now going on. -- kjuv k sale . 61 I Red-win- Marshal IMcColIoin Free Princeton, Ky., July 2. Town Marshal McCollum was acquitted at Kutta-w- a for killing Mrs. Johns last week. Pre-matu- ro Tho woman had made an appointment to meet the marshal In a graveyard. When he appeared she arose from behind a tombstone, a revolver in hand. He fired first. narrodsbnrg Hotel Burned. HABROD6I1CRG, Ky.. July 2. Fire partially destroyed the Commercial hotel at 3 o'clock Wednesday morning, entailln? a loss of S10.000. The build- ing is owned by James Shuttleworth, of Louisville, and was Insured for 815,- 000. Tho loss on furniture is 2,000, insured for 81,500. Death of Peter Cooley, Aged 00 fcjr. Catlettsburg, Ky., v'agerid has just been recer ui the death of Peter Cool' oldlers' Home at Dayton. ' oneer of ction and je of the ection of .T for horse stealing and brought to Paris. A special grand jury was impaneled. Pate was indicted, ho plead guilty and was immediately given two years in tho penitentiary. Mind-Reader Rapid Justice. Paris, Ky., July 1. Henry Pate, oged 20, wus arrested In Georgetown Lexington, Ky., July 1. Thomas Ready (Thomas Y'Dear), the mind reader, und Miss Mario Louise Haley were married at St Paul's Catholic church Tuesday morning at seven o'clock and left immediately after the ceremony for Chicago. CC0 Ready Wods. Cattlettsburo, m6ro will arrive Tuesday. The city is full of timber men and everyone is hustling. Ohio river 20 feet 8 inches and falling. Sandy river is falling Ky., July 1. About rafts reached here Monday and A Trcshet Releases Rafts. slowly. j leg will be amputated. die. No arrests. Marshall will Eleventh Dlatrlct Congretttonal Campaign. IlicnMOXD, Ky., July 0. Hon. David G. Colhoa, republican candidate for congress in the "Bloody Eleventh," will open his campaign at Harlan courthouse, on Wednesday, June 8. Besides tho Independent candidate, Hon. John D. White, Mr. Colvm will have for an opponent Hon. J. Smith Hays, of Barboursville, who has just announced his candidacy as an free sllverlte. The campaign promises to be one of the hottest in the history of mountain politics. out-and-o- ut Vaxceburg, Ky., July ft. One of the greatest freaks known to the animal kingdom was described here. Joe Harry Swearingen, living on Salt Lick, near this city, had a fine Alderney cow, which he claims became the mother of 14 fully developed calves. The calves were not as large as usual, but were developed all the same. The cow died. Struck a Coat Vein. Ky., July 6. Tho Kentucky Elver Coal Co., which succeeded the late Beattyville Coal Co., has been BEATTTY1L.L.E, Mother of Fourteen Calvra. prospecting several weeks, and this week it struck a vein of coal 30 inches thick and of superior quality. - .tasks f.. A CONFIDENTIAL CHAT ttccn two men cr women generally develops the fact that one or both are troubled by sickness of some kind. One man Is all right except his rheumatism, another has a slight touch " of dyspepsia, another has bilious headaches, and another is too nervous to sleep welL What's to be done about it? The situation is serious. little things have a way of petting- big. Bi(r diseases are bad things. Sleeplessness brings irritable nerves, loss offiesh, loss of appetite. Sleepless people soon get their bodies into such o condition that disease-germ- s find it easy to lodge there and propagate. People die from the aggravation of an aggregation of little things. The more promptly a disease or disorder is met the more quickly it is cured. Most all sickness starts in the stomach, liver or lung. Rheumatism, scrofula, eczema, consumption, come about because iuu(Hcient, impure or impoverished blood Is present. The diseased blood Cads the weakest spot in the body and a local symptom appears. If the impurity is supplanted with good, rich, red, healthy corpn-xles- , the disease will have nothing to leetIon. If the proper clcansin; medicine is ent to the scat of the trouble, it will force out the Cerms and repair the damage done. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a cleansing, purifyia g medicine, a blood enncher, a serve streapthensr. Jt aa efficient task, aids digestion, creates healthy appetite and .healthy flesh. It does not laake people "fetr It makes them strong-- It makes asefsl flc cni:1 Masde. ft will cure any Mcbm that soWc-i. a attHtM.L -4 0 is . - . Li tician- and president of the bank of HopMnsville, died Tuesday afternoon g y., July 2. Not a in the Sixth district. of Bright's disease, aged 04 years. Ho n shut down Wednesday was elected to the state senate one uight, and will remain idle for the term. Octogenarian"- ' le. next 18 months. As a result n number Bowliso Gheen, Ky., uly 1. Nim-roof of storekeepers and gaugers are out Haner, a far' er near Franklin, employment. was found in his barn Tuesday Torn-InSchool Report. hanging by a ropo, dead. Ho is 87 Lawrenceburo, Ky., July 2. School Commissioner W. D. Moore has made years old, had been In poor health and his report for the year. It shows that was worried about financial matters. Capt. Uerndon Out. the county has S.C39 pupil children, 421 of whom are colored and 3.21S white. Lancaster, Ky.. July 1. Capt. William Ilerndon said ho would withdraw Lawrenceburg Fair. Lawrenceburo,- Ky., July 2. The from the race for judge in the Fifth apdirectors of the new Lawrenceburg pellate district. He does so for busiFair association have decided to give i ness reasons, not having the time to E;14 trot, at the race track, Frank the first exhibition of the organization spare for two canvasses. Dager, aged 20, son of Held Without Ball, Wm. B. Dager, suddenly dropped August 18, 10, 20 and 21. Paintsville, Ky., July 1. Milt Boy Drops Dad. to the ground stone dead from paralyHarrodsburg, Ky., July 2. Walker Franklin, the young mau who killed sis of the heart. The young man was boy, dropped dead Tom Stafford, lias been held without a traveling salesman for the Aultman Yates a by Special Judge James Gohle, Ho leaves a widow, to near here while chopping wood. company. who said It was a clear caso of willful whom ho was married about a year murder. Injured by a Gas Explosion. ago. He was one of the best known Chicago, July 2. By an explosion of Woman Klllsr Acquitted. young men in Canton. Paducaii, Ky., July 1. Marshal Mcgas In o manhole of the Edison ElecFonnd Floating In the River. Co., at Wabash avenue and Soutli Collum, who killed Mrs. Lena Jones, at Major McKinley was largely if not chiefCincinnati, July 4. Chester Gravely, tric street, Wednesday moraine, two Kuttawa, last Thursday, was acquitted Insane Woman Kills Herself. Water while employed on the river front, saw men were fatally burned and two seri- on examining trial Tuesday, the court o ly responsible for that legislation which Lexington, Ky., June 30. Miss the body of a man floating by. With Alexander, of Harrison county, failed to provide 'sufficient revenues for were work- holding that it was justifiable homiinjured. The the assistance of several others he ouslywith a light invictims aged 30, who has been an Inmate of the the support of Government" during the tho conduit when cide. ing pulled the body ashore. It proved to tho accumulated gas ignited and exlunatic asylum hero for five years suf- latter part of Died From a Snake's Bite. Harrison's term. New be that of a colored man about 45 years ploded. Middlesbop.o, Ky., July 1. Jamts fering with melancholia, committed York World. of ago and shabbily dressed. It is suicido In her rosin by hanging. Sho Wade, of Claiborne county, was bitten A Laundryman Suicides. thought to be the body of the decksnako and died In made a rope of strips of her apron. Rushville, Ind., July 2. Harlan P. by a copper-henat Ashland, Salaries of postmasters hand, Brooks, who was drowned WedThe coroner's jury exonerated the Reynolds, 48, who had been missing great agony some hours later. nesday Faille. Ho had six penCloverport, Clinton. Cynthiaca, Elkton asylum employes. Died of Blood Poisoning. nies in his pockets and a pouch of to- from here since Monday night, shot Frankfort, Georgetown, Hopkinsvills, A Bible With a DUtory. Wkst Liberty, Ky., July 1 John bacco. The body was removed to the himself Wednesday morning at IndiLouisville, Ky., June 30. An old l.ouisville, Mayfield, Mt. Sterling, anapolis. Reynolds was a laundry-ma- Cuskey, who fell from a house and morgue by order of Coroner Haerr. Richmond. Stanford and and leaves a wife broke an arm a few days ago, died of Bible, tho property of Lieut. John Not a Blackmailer. Joyes, deceased, of Morgan's cavalry, have been increased, while salblood poisoning. Columbus, O., July 4. Happy Burt A Locomotlvo Spark Fires a Barn. was recently found under a rock on aries at Bowling Green, Covington, Larkln, tho ventriloquist, who is Muncie, Ind., July 2. A spark from Too Fond of the Bike. Johnson's island, where Lieut. Joyes known all over Ohio, was dismissed on a locomotive set fire" to Slack Bros, big Roblesville, Ind., July 1. Miss was a prisoner during the war. Tho Lawrenceburg and Newport have a charge of blackmail, which was feed barn Wednesday evening. The Caddie Hollett, aged 10 years, Is dead Bible has been presented to Mrs. Ned been reduced. brought'agalnst him by Paul Farber, a barn and contents were destroyed. at her home, Arcadia, the result of ex- Byrne, of this city, Lieut Joyes sister. wealthy farmer of New Albany. Loss 5,000; insured. cessive bicycle riding. 55 Hentucky River Freshet. Frankfort, Ky. , June 30. Kentucky FREE SILVER I of New AlIndications are that Mississippi, Mrs. Ella Mitchell, The An effort is being made in Chicago bany, Ind., and Miss Mary Wroughton, and Texas farmers will have to buy to raise money for a monument to river Is booming with a stage here o The prolonged George Frederick Root, the author oi nine feot There Is 15 feet below Lock of Louisville, Ky., are two of the heirs corn this winter. If you are afraid to let yotw money to a 81,000,000 estate left by John drought will cut down the expected "Tramp, Tramp, tho Boys are March- 4 and rising rapidly. Barrett's fleet of loose, for fear of a depreciated curboats and barges are In active operayield Wroughton in England. ing and "Rally 'Round tho Flag." tion and have left for the mouth of tho rency in the future, go In D. P. Sent to tho Asylum. ivor to meet the Pittsburgh coal fleet THIRTYMEN Fbankfobt, Ky., Juno 30. Mrs. West A RUE IV S and put it in Diamonds, LOCOMOTIVE BOILER Flood, of this county, was tried MonGuarding the .lull That Holds the Murderwhere it mill he safe, and at the Fatally Injurca in a ounsn.;. Explodes Near Ilartzell, Ala. Throe Men day on a writ of lunacy and sent to the er of a Fopul-j- Vouug Kontucklnu. Killed 12ngine Ulown to Atoms. Smith's Grove, Ky., June 30. Leo prices lie is offering tliem, you trill West Jjbehty. Ky., June 30. Gus asylum at Lexington. Sho s the Birmingham, Ala., July 3. The Doil-- fourth or fifth victim of a religious McKenzie, son of County Judge Oscar Carter was fatally Injured "Monday in be able to realize a profit on them of .engine 230 on the southbound craze In tho Flat Creek vicinity. McKenzie, was shot on the 6treet here a runaway accident freight train No. 15, on tho Louisville 50-U and instantly killed by Fate Brooks. Walling Will Not Get a New Trial. & Nashville railroad, exploded ThursNewport, Ky., June 30. Judge Helm The difliculty arose over McKensie day morning at 4:13 o'clock, one trying to take his cousin, Sam Perry, .. and a half miles south of Hart-zell- Monday refused to grant Alonzo Wal- home. Perry was in au intoxicated . ling, who was' recently convicted of Ala. was engine The complicity In the murder of Pearl Bry- condition. Brooks tried to escape afto atoms and blown eighteen ter the shooting, but was overtaken by earn on tho train were badlj: wrecked. an, a new trial. Sentence will be passed Deputy Sheriff Wheeler and a posse of 6omotimo next week. Engineer James Jones was terribly .other deputies and lodged in jail. "Since childhood, I have been Drowned In the Spring. mangled, dying three hours after the There was a large afflicted with scrofulous boils and Hopeinsville, Ky., June 30. Jim, at the time of the crowd on the streets explosion. Fireman Dan Akers, colshooting and many sores, which caused me terrible son of Joseph Hawored, and Front Brakeman L. Jenkins, the witnessed tho tragedy. Circuit court kins, residing near Nortonville, fell is in ecssiou and Brooks will be suffering. Physicians were unable colored, were instantly killed and Flagto help me, and I only grew worse man A. C. Sanford was slightly hurt, into a deep spring, to which he had tried this week. Brooks to gone for a bucket of water, and was was very drunk when he did the shootunder their care. Was It Andreo's BalloonT drowned! ing. There is great excitement in At length, I began Winnipeg, Man., July 3. A mystertown and a mob was expected Monday to take ious balloon with occupants passed The Finest While gtololiur night. McKenzie has a great many Drank Carbolic Acid. over Winnipeg at 6 p. m. The appearand Chalybeate Water Vevay, Ind., June 30. Miss SuBie relatives and friends in this county. A ance of tho balloon caused people to Allen, daughter wonder if It is Ahdree's balloon. Prof. Allen, 18, suicide by of James carbolic passe of 30 men is guarding the jaiL in the World. McKenzie was a prosperous farmer Sarsaparilla, and Andree sailed early in June fron.Nor-wa- y committed lived about taking ten nours, dy- leaves a wife and several children. and Sho OROHESTEA Best Inusic and very soon grew bet for Spitzburgen, irom where he acid.in great agony. ing avi t vji h$ Dancing Hall injjthe State. intended to go to the north polo in a SmS1 ter. mat Alter using ASKED TO RIDE. y . Hotel well appointed. balloon. The date of starting on his half a dozen bottles Whan the Driver Kofucd tho Pedestrian aerial trip was not settled; but he did Mr. Geo. Stevens, JDlerk. I was completely A Consumptive rarouy. hliot 111m Drad. sot expect to be ready until July 10. Prof. Ino. C. Miller, Leader Lancaster, Ky., June 30. Samuel Paducah, Ky., June 30. There was a cured, so that I have not had a boil Turkish Troops Defeatod. or pimple on any part of my body Campbell, aged 65, a prominent farmer, bold attempt at assassination on Broadof Orchestra. London, July 3. A dispatch, to the died Monday night of consumption. way Monday night Lcou Poteet, an for the last twelve years. I can Tree Bowling Alliiy and Bi Central News from Athens says that He was tho fifth brother to die Jn the employe of Glauber's livery stable, cordially recommend Ayer's Sarsacycle Track. FreeKiHdergar- the Christian insurgents have defeated eamo house of that disease. was return ng from the country when parilla as thevery best 'teu for children. Ii the Turks under Abdullah Pasha at two Negroes accosted him and asked jn existence." To Opposo Denny. G. T. Reinhart, Djouarjes, "killing and wounding 300 of A trained Lady Vpcalist. Fbaxfort, Ky., Juno 30. Wilbur R. to ride. When he refused one of them MyersviHe,Texa3 tho troops. Smith is tho latest 'Eradley possibility drew ta pistol and fired. Tho ball enDead. l to opposo Denny for the republican tered Poteet right jaw, andpenetratod. WArAKONETA, O., July 3. Board, - - - $2.0Dper day. othf.r slda The horses ran, but congress in tha Seventh Distelratheo", died very suddenly nomination for John Poteet held on for some distance, anj district $10.00 to $22.50 -week. here of heart dkejjtee. finally fellfout Tho horses dashed Died Smoftluij. was the 3 HoPKJN8YnxE, Ky., Jane" SO. The madly on tothe Since Chrlstaidy, 1060, whoa Wil TX 0JTLT WOE-- PS FAIX t first the affair. Bloodhounds M. TH0M l4-- Prop?- ,r; was crownect via ..wifej of "Cyras Shippiell out of her wereknownjpfthe lra.il of th wmiltl.ha nut oef ehfiir tUiftd "Monday morning while Wort Pa imsjif Mp"y, JJngla--d. kisiTsea "assatsln'ii, but they, bad not besa caught j Iivi?ir Krt manuriktA HwTdttgs, four Queensland ss&oklgrlhr pipe! She was QtiLyaors Pw vWfiy WwM ' h - i iite, -Ijf Hot <BUK Baths. Jc '&- -K X" - . 1: '"i?" - if " - " dls-nly ., old. 70S tlllery Rnanlng. j Hon. E. P. Campbell Dead. HoPKiNPVii.i.E. Ky., July 1. Hon. E. P. Catapbell, lawj-er- , republican poli- lit - d g , - About 'wo o'clock Thursday morning a wind and rain storm swept over this city accompanied by heavy thunder and lightning. Tho Catholic church was struck, knock"i ing a great hole in it, one of the stones blowing over on tho parsonage. Tho residence ot Grundy Vcach was also a. struck, knocking down the chimneys, running down and knocking out tho grate. Fortunately no one was hurt Groat damage was done to crops. Suicided In the Cornfield. Louisville. Ky., July 3. James Kerlln, a young man 25 years of age, committed suicido Wednesday afterJohn T. Ityman, a hermit, who noon in a cornfield eight miles north- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- east of Lagrange. His body was found died recently near English, Ind., KET. Friday morning with a bullet hole" turns out to have been a fugitive throu-- h his left breast No cause for the suicide is known, except that he 1'Uni.ISIIED BY OtOVER A DUEKETT, I.OOIS from Kentucky justice, who was VILLE TODACCO WAREHOUSE. had been afflicted with melancholia for convicted in Mt ade county in 18G8 some time. Sales on our market for the week just of murder and escaped on his Lightning- Kills a Farmer. nARRODSBURO, Ky., July 3. William closed amount to 3873 hhds. with re- way to the penitentiary. Johnson, a white man about forty years ceipts for the same period 3747 hi on our market siuce January 1st, old, was struck by lightning and instantly killed horo Thursday. His son to G0.423 hhds. Sales of the crop ' and soveral colored men were near him of 1895 on our market to thu date g ia the field, where they had been to SG.2G9 hhds. potatoes. The poor man leaves a amount We have had another week of large Vvck wife and seven children in a dereceipts and heavy sales and another pendent condition. week of unsatisfactory prices for the "" Brooks Trial Begins. toWest Liberty, Ky , July 3. Tho nre.it bulk of the oflerine;s of burey bacco. With the exception of colory trial of Lafayette Brooks, for the killing of Guy McKenzie on the 20th of burloy which remains steady, the marBEST MADE., Juno, was commenced Thursday at 3 ket was irregular and unsatisfactory aud o'clock. Considerable excitement pre- we may add with a downward tendenc-- . Unique, efficient, labor savins. Will sprinkle 4 times greater area than vails here now, and it is feared that a The following quotations fairly repreany others. Highest award at the mob will interfere. Chicago Exposition. sent our market for burley tobacco 1S'J5 Fell From a Train. crop: The "Little Giant" Traveling Lawn Middlesboro, Ky., July 3. An un- Trash (dark or damaged )S 1 00 to 50 Si'kinkler is an ingenious, efficient, and known man either jumped or fell off a Common colory trash 00 wonderful machine. Under an ordinary 2 00 to passenger train near AVashburn at ten water pressure of 30 pounds or upwards Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 00 Ho has o'clock Thursday morning. it will drag 100 feet of garden hose and 00 propel itself slowly and continuously iu been unconscious ever since, and his Common lugs not colory 2 00 to Common colory lugs 4 50 to 7 00 cither a straight line or a circle of "any recover- - Is doubtful. Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 desired diameter, while its speed may be Death of Carlisle's Aunt. 15 to 500 feet per Ky., July 3. Mrs. Addison Common to medium leaf 5 00 to S 00 varied at will from hour. Carlisle, maternal aunt of Hon. J. G. Medium to good leaf S 00 to 12 00 By means of a figured dial plate it Carlisle, died Wednesday night at the Good to fine leaf 12 00 to 15 00 may be set to travel any desired disof her son, Thomas Carlisle, near home 15 00 to 20 00 tance. A moment suffices to change its Union. She was about eighty years Select wrappery leaf speed from the highest to the lowest The above quotations are not applica and it may be gauged to distriiuite a old. ble te green and frosted crops. spray effectively over a ewarth varying A Fatal Thunderbolt. in width from 5 to 50 feet, while by simHaubodsbuku, Ky., July 3. John AND "IF" IN McKINLEY'S RE-- ply throwing U out of gear it is instantly Johnson, a prominent citizen, was couverted into a stationaky spriukle'r killed in his garden by lightMARKS. of exceptional efficiency. ning at 11 o'clock Thursday morning. The propelling force is supplied by Two sons were badly stunned. There will be no dissent from the prop- back pressure of water in the arm's Dlroctors of Colored Normal School osition laid down by Major McKinley causing them to revolve with force and Fbankfobt, Ky.. Juno 30. The an- in his speech of acknowledgment Mon- rapidity while at the same time they throw out a fine spray or mist. nual meeting of the board of directors Body of sprinkler made of iron of tho Colored State Normal school was day that "thu income of the Governheld in Superintendent of Public In- ment should equal its necessary and "painted." Arms and standard made of struction Davidson's office Monday proper expendituies." Nor will any ob- brass "nickel plated." Body, 20 inches morning. Tho board reappointed Su- jection be raised to the further proposi- long, 15 inches w ide over all. Wheels, 10 diameter. of tip of perintendent nathaway and Profs. tion that '"if sufficient revenues are pro- arm inches 15 inches. Height weight, 40 head, Total Jackson and Davis and appointed Geo. vided for the eupport of the Govern- pounds. U. Baird, of Russellville; Mrs. Jackson The "Little Giant" Sprinkler received ment there will be no necessity for borand Miss Bailey as teachers. rowing money and increasing the public the highest award at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Dr. Massle's Pardon. Frankfort, Ky., June 30. Gov. Brad- debt." 'But both of these observations PRR1CE, $15.00. (FREIGHT PAID.) ley is holding up his decision on the beem to cast a reflection on the last Requestion of pardoning Dr. Massie, of publican Administration, when thp inOwen county, to givo the commoncome of the Government did not equal LSIEBBUSMSCFICTCRUGCO, wealth an opportunity to present some its necessary and proper expeditures, Solelgesti ail lucfictimn, evidence by way of a protest A pro- and when orders were given to prepare test signed by nearly 800 citizens of SPMGF1EID. HS1 Franklin county has been filed and a an issue of bonds with which to meet Agati itW tTtrfwlcre. This is JfiyCan be seen in operation at resimuch larger ono from Owen county Is the lack of a sufficient revenue primarily a reflection on Hairison, but dence of editor of Climax expected Tuesday. 3. ; ids-Sal- Cyntuiana, Ky., July Storm at Cynthlana. Millioenj at Great Md in. ) 0) 1 a HENRY-KLEIN-BO210 N. x RICHMOND. -- mnui STREET, .. ) &&&&ft&&gMg&&&G&&$$,&S , Staple asi Faasj Mis. - dig-.f'n- Ill "Mi fiuf S) III I IE. 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 ESTConie andsee me Rowland, ! JUST REGEIV ?" 0 DIRECTLY FROM N 7i ygr;: -- OUR Spring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open fur Inspection Prices Lower than tlie lowest. COME M-e- i. AID SEE THE BARG-3- J WE HAVE FOE WE ASE DAILY RECEIVING OUR YOU ! 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MUTTON, VEAL, FISH, BEEF, PORK, 14 YEARS OLD. Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi cinal Uses, in 5 and 10 gallon Packages, a specialty. Sfe M Liquor bpj, Country Bacon. Breakfast Bacon, (.niinfnr J.iiij ..J Ho City Ham, Lard, Sausage. BEST MEATS tct c r K t t c l(v f iCx ccc ccc tec ccc flFFCRD THE MARKETS Wholesale Dealers, Silver Creek, Ky. Prompt Delivery. Main St. Next to Richmond National Dank Telephone 51. Douglas -- BEST USB TO ROUTE AN FRQEf- &. Smith. CURED BY BACO CURO AND GAINED THIRTY POUNDS- - 1 ?ws a & seven-year-o- ld OPEN- Jug 111 Milk 1st AYER'S -- v x , From hundreds of testimonials, the originals of which are on file and open to inspection, the following is presented: Clayton, Nevada, Co., Ark., Jau 28, 1895. Enreka Chemical and Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty years I used tobacco in all its forms. For twenty-fiv- e years of that time I was a grat snfferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. 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