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HISTORIC ANCESTOR
ARCHIBALD WOODS SR OF MADISON
COUNTY KY
Archibald Woods known in after
life ast Senior to distinguish him
from a son of that name who wan a
prominent lawyer of Madison county
Ky was the fourth son of Col William
Woods otVirgmla and Susanah Val
lace his wife He was born in what
is now Alhemarle county Va OH the
27th of January 1749 and was married
on the 5tb of August 1773 to Miss
Mourning Shelton a daughter of Wig
Shelton and Lucy Harris Lucy Harris
being the daughter of Major Bobert
Harris and Mourning Glenn and Robt
Harris the son of William Harris and
Temperance Overtoil Wm Harris
was the only sun of Robert Harris an
immigrant from Wales in 1651 9 who
manicd the widow Rico nee Clai
borne Temperance Overton was the
daughter of William Overton and
Mary Waters and William Overton
was the sun of Col Overton who com
manded a brigade ot Ironsides at Dun
bar under Cromwell
In 1774 Archibald Woods Sr
moved to Monroe county Va being
then a resident of Montgomery county
Va He entered tile military service of
the United States as Captain ol Vir
ginia militia and at once set out from
what is now Monroe county Va un
der Col Russell on a march of 200
miles to the relief of Fort Watauga
This expedition lasted about six weeks
and the return march was hastened by
an express bringing the intelligence
that the Shawnee Indians had com
menced hostilities On reaching home
he found the people forted and he was
placed in command of the fort and local
defenses until sprint After this ex
I cept during intervals of inclement win
ter weather he was almost constantly
employed in the frontier defensesfirst
under Col Samuel Lewis then under
Col Andrew Donnelly and lastly un
der Col James Henderson until after
the surrender of Cornwallis in 1781 He
then surrendered his commission as
Captain of Virginia militia to the
I Greenbriar county court ai d never saw
afterward
afterwardHe
He first came to Kentucky in De
cember 1781 lIe returned to Virginia
in February 1782 and removed with
his family to Estill Station Madison
county Kyin the fall of that year The
next year 1783 he made his first Ken
tucky crop on Pumpkin Run where he
had contracted with Col Estill for 400
acres of land including a spring repre
sented to be everlasting but the spring
going dry that year the contract with
Cot E till was cancelled and in Janu
ary 1784 he bought land on Dreaming
Creek a few miles north ot the present
site of Richmond where he built
Woods Fort and there lived between
25 and 2G years The first land he
bought in Madison county is described
by him in a deposition as 1000 acres
of us good land as any in the Estill Sta
tion survey and the price paid for it
was a rifle gun
The original commission of Patrick
Henry governor of Vireinia appoint d
him with nine others Gentlemen Jus
tices of the Peace for Madison county
Ky to take effect August lli85tho
natal day of that countyIs still pre
served iu the possession of Judge Wm
Chenault of Richmond Ky The
same document also appoints the same
persons Gentlemen Commissioners of
Oyer and Terminer with full juris
diction to try and punish slaves for all
penal and criminal offenses including
the infliction of capital punishment
AT THE FOUNDING OF RICHMOND
lie was still a magistrate in 1798 and as
such voted for the removal of the
county seat from Old Town or Mill
ford and presided at the court that es
tablished and named the town of Rich
mond making it the county seat and
became one of its first Trustees He
was appointed sheriff of Madison coun
ty May 4 1801
After a long litigation and possession
of a quarter of a century he was finally
evicted of his home and laud on
Dreaming Creek in a suit brought by
one Patrick and Delng disgusted with
the landlaws of Kentucky that in the
afternoon of his Ufa took from him his
i home and the bulk of his estate on a
mere technicality he moved with his
family in the fall of 1809 to Williamson
county on Beans reek middle Ten
nessee In that State his wife Mourn
ing Woods died September 7 1817
aged 61 years and 8 months On Janu
ary 30 1818 ho married Dorcas Hen
derson and lived for a time in Franklin
county Tenn This marriage proved a
very unhappy one and a separation
having occurred he returned to Madi
son county Ky in 1820 In January
1833 being then a feeble old man of 84
years and wellnigh stripped of his
property he filed an application at
Washington for a pension for military
service in the war of Independence
and was promptly granted a pension
of 480 per annum to date from March
4 1831 But for the affidavits of him
self and witnesses then living in this
application and the pension no docu
mentary proof could now be had of
his military service except the Virginia
military land warrant He died De
cember 13 1836 aged 87 years 10
months and 17 days at the residence
of his son Archibald Woods Jr Fort
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bald Woods Sr was a fine specimen
of the oM Virginia gentleman He
maintained his carriagCB horses and
driver np to his death lie was rv roan
Qf marked intelligence great personal
pride and dignity The hospitality of
his home was proverbial and his life
public and prjvnle was pitched on the
highest ideals of manhood and patriot
ism
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CAPERTOX GOOIlLOK
His eldwt child Iuc Wuols mar
ried Wui Cnpertou and they areralll
parents of Col JIUIIPB W Cnpi rton of
Richmond Ky HiM tiiird child Susan
Woods nianlfil Wiu Uoudluo of Mad
ison county among whose dtcendanta
are many wollknowu citizens of Madi
son and other counties
There were ten children in all most
of whom were married and raked fans
lifts but a few words about the niccr
tors of Archibald Woods SrA and some
collaterals may be of more general in
terest
WOODS FAMItY
Ill the army of Oliver Cromwell
which Invaded Ireland in 1649 thee
was an English trooper by the name of
Woods who was so well pleased with
the country that he finally settled in
that Island and made his home in
county Meath He had a non John
Woods who married Elizabeth Warsup
whose pedigree runs back to Adam
Loftus Archbishop of Dublin and Lord
Chancellor of Ireland born in York
shire England in 1534 John and
Elizabeth Woods had at least five
children towit Michael James Wil
liam Andrew and Elizabeth Michael
Woods the oldest was born in 1631
and married Miss Mary Campbell of
the Scottish Clan Campbell of Argy
leshire Scotland
Elizabeth Woods married Peter Wal
lace of the Scotch Clan Wallace and
about 1726 all five of the above named
children of John Woods who were then
probably all heads of families immi
grated to America They stopped
about 8 years in Pennsylvania and
then settled in Virginia and North
Carolina Michael Woods acquired
and improved a very fine estate which
he named Blair Park and which
became widely known as the Barony
including Woods Gap now Jarmons
Gap in Goochland now Albemarle
county Va and lived there until his
death in 1762
Michael and Mary Woods had nine
or ten children towit William
Michael Jr James Johnand Andrew
Magdalen Martha Hannah and Mar
garet Magdalen Woods married in
Pennsylvania John McDowell and
from them decended the famous Sur
geon Dr Ephraim McDowell of Dan
ville Ky and the late Maj II C Mc
Dowell of Lexington Ky The other
three daughters Martha Hannah and
Margaret married respectively their
first couslnsPeter Jr William and
Andrew Wallace all sons of Peter and
Elizabeth Wallace These three couples
are the progenitors of hundreds of Wal
laces now scattered over the Union
Gen Lew Wallace author of Ben
Hur and etc is one of them and
Judge Caleb Wallace of the first Ap
pelate Court of Kentucky was also a
decendent of Peter and Elizabeth Wal
lace John Woods married Susanah
Anderson and had a numerous prog
eny composing many of our best citi
zens in this and adjacent counties
Mr Clarance Woods of the CLIMAX
decends from Michael Woods Jr
William Woods the eldest son of
Michael and Mary Woods was born at
the castle of Duushanglin Ireland in
1705 He acquired a large estate in
Albemarlo and adjacent counties in
Virginia and took an active part in the
Colonial Wars holding the rank of Col
onel At one time he conveyed GO
negroes and 7200 acres of land to his
cousin CupL McDowell He married
Susanah Wallace and bad seven sons
and two daughters towit Adam
Peter Archibald the subject of our
sketchJohn Andrew Michael Han
nah and Elizabeth Peter Woods mar
ried Inol Kavenaugh was a pioneer
Baptist preacher in Madison county
Ky where he lived many years then
moved to Tennessee and then to Boone
county Missouri Hannah Woods
married Williams Kavenaugh brother
to the wife of Peter Woods They also
came to Kentucky and settled in Madi
son county Ky at a very early date
and are tho grandparents of H H
Kavenaugh a very prominent Bishop
cf the Methodist church Elizabeth
Woods married first Philemon Kav
enaugh another brother to the wife of
Peter Woods Philemon Kavenaugh
died in Virginia and his widow came
to Kentucky with her brothers Archi
bald and Peter Woods Hero she mar
ried second Thomas Shelton brother
to the wife of Archibald Woods and a
pioneer Baptist preacher of Madison
county Sho had by her first hus
band William Woods Kavenaugh who
married Elizabeth Miller parents of
the lato Mrs John W Walker and
Mrs James G Denny of Garrard coun
ty and Nancy Kavenaugb who mar
ried Benjamin Estill By her second
husband Thomas Sholton who was
killed by the Indians in the wilderness
wildernessI
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between Kentucky and Virginia in i
1794 she had three daughters Susan
Betsy and Lucy Shelton who married
respectively Thomas Read Richard
Moberly and Johnatban Estill
Join D GOODLOE
Whites Station Ky
NOTE It will be observed that the
author of the above modestly omits
mention of himself I take the liberty
of inserting here the fact that he the
Hon John D Goodloe is a native of
Boyle county and is one oi the most
worthy discendeuts of Archibald
Woods Sr The ashes of many of his
ancestors rest in Madison county both
his grandfathers Wm Goodloe and
John Duncan three greatgrandfathers
Archibald Woods Sr Galen White
and Benjamin Duncan and one great
greatgrandfather Harry White who
died in 1821 aged 87 years and lies
buried on Col John D Harris place
not more than 350 yards from the old
burnt house I have examined the
volume in Judge Goodloes possession
from which the foregoing article was
compiled and for the benefit of the
numberless dlscendsnts of the Woods
Goudloes etc will say that this vol
ume contains data secured after great
labor in both Englaudand America
and it would be well tcfhaveit printed
in enduring form for if it is misplaced
valuable records will be forever lost
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hIt is strange how a man can acquire a
nickname said the hops liar of Brush
Creek after a brief silence and those
present had enjoyed a hearty laugh
over his ice and mint cave which was
up in the hills he said close by Nick
Bosers moonshine stilt Now there
is Jim Burnett known as laughing
Jim May be yon dont know how be
got his name I have know him from a
boy np As a boy and up until he was
tweutyflve ho was never known to
laugh Many pranks and tricks were
performed by the other boys In his
presence to provoke Jim to laugh but
he was always as grave looking as a
preacher and nothing we could do
would even bring a smile to his coun
tenance Finally Jim took to fox hunt
ing and got him a pack of hounds
There never was a great supply of dog
feed at Jims and the dogs were always
hungry or looked so and wero ever
smelling around for something to eat
at home or at anyones else house
It is about ten years back when
Jim and his dogs went to old man Tim
Mullins His hounds were smelling
around for castaway victuals and one of
them wandered in a side room and evi
dently scented something that ho want
ed in a barrel that was sitting in the
room Mr Mullins had filled this bar
rel about half full of sorgn in molasses
i One end was out and Mr Mullins bad
I failed to cover it The dog by some
means got into the barrel and after
eating all the molasses he could hold
came out covered from head to tail
with molasses The rest of the pack
sprang at the one that had been in the
barrel as if lie had been pound cake
pitcticd to them and began to lick and
bite the molasses from the hound one
dog got him by the tail and two others
bv each ear and began to pnaw him up
iu a manner that brought forth piteous
yelps Jim rushed out with old man
Mullins in closo pursuit to see what
the trouble was and to separate the
does when there was his favorito dog
literally covered with molasses and
the other dogs licking and chewing
him from head to foot The sight was
so ridiculous that Jim for the first
time in his life began to laugh and
continued to laugh notwithstanding
his favorite dog was being eateu idive
right before him
Old man Mullins enraged at the
loss of a halt barrel of molasses
let in on the whole pack with a
club and thereby saved the life of the
offender but he was minus two ears
and a tail when the feast was over Jim
is still laughing over the molasses
dog
His Life Was Saved
Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizens
of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder
ful deliverance froui a frightful death
In telling of it ho sayshI was taken
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ened I was so weak I couldnt oven
sit up In bed Nothing helped me I
expected to soon die of Consumption I
when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis
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MKINLEY THEN FAVORED SILVER
QOIOY IiiL Oct l1In replying to
a letter asking him if the speech de
livered iu this county recently by
Joseph Roy Democratic candidate for
Congress was the same as delivered by
him in the United StatesSenate in 18X5
exSenator Ingalla says
This extract has a familiar sound
and aspect but as I have no collection
or memorandum of anything I have
ever spoken or written or that has
been spoken or written about me I can
not positively identify it
I have said so many things I have
forgotten and wish everybody else had
that I hesitate to deny any imputation
but it tho utterances are mine I should
think they belonged to the epoch when
McKinley Allison and the rest of iis
Western Republicans were all in favr I
of bimetallism and the coinage of the
silver dollar
dollarciincerely
ciincerely yours
JoliN J INGALLS
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HIGHLIGHTS
Occupation keeps us from thinking of
what we would rather do
People of tact never irritate a pessi
mist by telling him he looks happy
Woman likes man to smoke because
then she gets a good conversational
chance at him
Tho Jl1sJlwbo has never dune any
thing foolish should watch himself well
until he is dead
When a woman Admits she is vrroujf
her husband gels scared and thinks eLiJ
Is going to din
Be calm iu argument Iho other mart
will then Jose his head wondering why
you dont get md
The whole family feels lajuredwhen
a wom Bwin 8 ho e from her sewing
society anti says abs didnt hear anjf
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NOVEL WAY TO SOBER THE TOPEIS
CITY JUDGEOF HOPKINSVILLE PUBLISHES I
A LIST OF JRIATESI
UOBKINSVILLE KY Dec 13 Spe
cIalThis mornings South Kentuck
ian says
Judge Buck Leavell has created a
big stir in town by preparing an ine
briate list a copy of which he baa fur
nished every saloon in town It is
made up of those who have been ar
ralgued in Police Court for drunken
ness and is a lenthy roll of both whites i
and blacks
blacksThe
The penalty is f W Hi o to icU to aii
inebriate drink and the matter has
created much comment The saloon
men and the ineb isles ae loud in
their complaints but Judge Leavell
has taken a firm stand and says he
means to sob r up the town before
Christmas One man who bought liquor
for one of the listed men was prompt
ly fined SoO and sent to the workhoube
Saturday
IThe saloon men are standing by the
notice so far and some of the worst
drunkards in town aro becoming as
dry as a powderhorn Ono of the min
isters of the city Sunday morning
prayed that the Judge might be upheld
in his efforts to stop drunkenness
F B Thirkield Health Inspector of
Cbicagosays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
can not be recommended too highly
It cured me of severe dyspepsia It
digests what you eat and cures indiges
thin heartburn and all forms of dys
pepsia Perry Thomas
DO YOU WISH TO SUCCEED AS ASOLICITOR
One of the largest department gives
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Some idea of their character may be
had from these examples
Dont forget to study your man and
find his likes and weaknesses
Dont forget that it is the right
Mosaic sentences at the right time
that tell
Dont forget that you are his social
moral mental and physical equal and
act so
Dont forget that you must be en
thused yourself if you would enthuse
your man
yourmauDont
Dont forget to look directly into the
eyes of your man then from the book
to the man
tothemanDont
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your man to convince him A look
often clinches forceful statement
Dont forget that a man never says
No when your eyes are on his only
whet your eyes avoid his
Not all of them are so serious how
ever as these extracts will show
Dont forget to call your man by name
repeatedly
Dont use the words extracts and
selectionsDont
Dont sit away from your man the
closer the better
Dont forget that one smile is better
than arguments
L T Travis Agent Southern Ri R
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CoughCure
Cure for my health and life It cured
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Thousands owe tfleir lives to the
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A humorist is a man who can help
being funny under any circumstances
We refund lOcts for every
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L A R R
Time Table No1 Taking Effect Sun
day November 19 1899
1st Class 2d Class
EAST BOCJID Rri Ko 9 I
Ex Bun Ex Bun Ex Sum
EzEnnExSnnExSnnAi5
AM PM AM
Versailles 10 ZJ S 20 5 15
Ntcholasville 11 02 1 00 8 30
Valley View 11 26 7 35 7 55
Million II 41 7 00 9 00
Rlchmond 11 58 8 05 4 00
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trains to and from Louisville
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TOU ASS A DEMOOSAT
ahdof coursewant a Democratic news
paper Tho Chicago Dispatch is the
Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper
of the Country It advocates the
readoption of the platform and the re
nomination of William Jennings Bryan
There has never been a political cam
paign that will equal in importance
that of the one to be fought next year
The Republican party backed by the
money power of this country and
Europe is alert and aggressive
Flushed with the victory of three years
ago It will seek by every means in its
power to maintain its supremacy
Democrats must be up and doing
They must wage an unceasing war up
on their enemies In no better and
more effective way can this be done
thanby the circulation of good sound
Democratic newspapers The publisher
of The Ohicago Dispatch will send a
a copy of Th0 Chicago Dispatch from
now until January 1 IDOl for
50 cents If you are not already tak
ing this groat political weekly send in
ten cents at once You should not only
do this yourself but you should induce
all your frieatk to join with you By a
little effect yew en easily raise a club
of ten or twenty subscribers
The Chicago Diipttch is indorsed by
William Jennings Bryan and other
DesaoeMle leadees
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Mr S L Midkiff has installed the I
first and only plant in the county for
the construction and repair of rubber
tires for vehicles and is turning out
factory work at less than factory pries
Ve examined his work and found it
equal to any in service He trill be
pleased to exhibit his own factory work
and quote prices He puts rubber tires
on old wheels and the life of tho
vehicle prolonged so that twice their
cost is saved not to mention the com
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Ii RiL CURE PILE
A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN
CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED
TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS
JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Slresf ST LOUIS MO
For sale by PERRY THOMAS Dru ffists J9151
Pittsburg Central Stock Yards
EAST LIBERTY PA
OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS
Yards have been enlarged and rearranged
It is the nearest point to the Eastern market
BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Balti
more Washington Philadelphia New York and sill
Eastern markets
Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and an
other kinds of stock
Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention
PRIVATE EOSSB SALES EVERY WEEKDAY
Simon ODonnell General Manager
Madison Monumental Works
ESTABLISHED 1863
JAMES T HAMILTON PKOPRIETOK
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Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and
American Marble and Granite
FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY
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Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kiwi of
Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tho rear
of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on Iwnd
a large stock of finished work to polect from at prices to suit all classes of
buyers trMn W G GOUOHER one of the best workmen in Central
Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work
in every pli < ise Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs
which will be furnished on application
1 JtT YOUR PATRONAGE SOLIClTEDoQ
JK2VYES T HHTVUUTON Proprietor
i Hot Blast Peninsulai
Doable Heater with Tea Kettle AttaCIHRCBtf
Attackameate4 611
SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE
Air passes through registers in heavily guarded feed door into perforated
+ mixer ring around top of heavy Ore pot then into fire Mixing the air with
gases in this way produces perfect combustion and a great saving of fuel
Mixer ring also protects bottom of radiator from direct action of fire and
e insures ita durability
UPOWERFUL FLOOR HEATER
Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiator extends to outer
casing forcing the intense beat from lower section of Store down to the
thefloor
requiredWILL
WILL HEAT ROOM UPSTAIRS
By attaching pipe ts Double neater Collar and eztcniUnt to register In floor
a6ove If not used In that way heat is distributed to all parts of room and
opening can be utilized as a tea kettle attachment in addition to griddle
bole top
FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE
Circnlhr Draft Regulator on Feed and Ash Pit Doonr are ralre seated
Stted until absoluely air tight and Warranted to remain aJ They are
mounted on heavy quick acting screw working in a detachable yoke and
when cpealng screw in not out pravsatlss breakage in use
Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE of
Ol aS Slmmous
tJY Who will be glad to show yon this rioTeM well as a fbI line of other heat 1
era and coolntorea grates etc
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