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VOLUME VIII Latest U S I1IHII fII RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY STATE NEWS FIGHT AT HAMMOND Two Companies of United States Regulars Fire on a Mob One Man Killed iiiel T- oOIhrr Woilmlccl Our IeiiiK il M iiiitin The Mol Iruntlc Sixteen oniniuies of Indiana Troos Orl rvil to t lie Scene M NUMBER QjiJi njijiuiji U 5 nj tinjiTinjiji 11 1894 Highest of all in Leavening Power Govt Report THE TORCH KENTUCKY FIFTY THIRD Second tVASHI TOX bill was tiefore tne action on ai CONGRESS V Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY 1 PURE mvktial lav All NEWS ITEMS Get cut f Mrs Iffl the Good Citizens Within Chicago and Illinois Admonished t r the troops are not AsMii Tukiii MriKtmn iln pave I oMnlrnxn Inc Kw n - 1 r in I omlHni1 inn an K Mapaaai Baraa Jnaa Grossman of New York rth to a La without eyos M - of the v m nonuni t el Lev 11 M cam- - Ind - Bert is Washixi nur ing proelaaiBtion M tin- ay nijj ht sawn Fred ly Domestic tronble villJacob Anstott a large ye was uier panctrating his U- lnsw - Warden er yards of J h burned Two of luiiiler was burned 11 The on U K in isman vas nthe Fonrth Bt at M entered by bar The and ransacked lors ieviduinl inley and i niekinir e- lor- Co a Iir distiilc - Nelson Ky the wesl Insared strikers were killed oittri j ht iilit to hare beensari p the llliisly injut tral y- - C f toil 111 ii In n 1 Minne- - ti e e jury t t Knds Smith rdict for I wfrhlin e at iar an in the t Uar- - n at rnv id Watei Hi A In for of tiui - Imis liirnc IltrhtiKl I a ith the IiieenilHrii Torrlns Itllili W lout Ill By Mohl Irftl Moll Iti Kr icnf rs BICAGO July 7 Tail blliaiiil and twenty five freight cars on he Pan handle tracks between Forty fifth and ninth streets a distance of shont BlHe were totally v destroyed lire between the hoursofesnd 8 oclock Friday night Shortly after odoAat immense crowds of men women and boys were seen gom fang from the stockyards toward the net work of tracks at the crossing of Forty seventh street The mob was augmented every minute by a sevniiiie iy BQver endJng string of strik- Â¬ ers and ihcir sympathizers and about io lock fully tniio people were rn along the tracks from Forty fifth street They were the stockyards crowd and intent on a repetition of l hursday nights destruction and the police who remained on duty were werlesa They we ei by the strikers who wen at once Down the tracks was the cry and With a rush the mob started southward Kunehes of waste were stolen from sw ii with dope used in oiling the made an excellent torch At forty seventh street five earn standing on the Grand Trunk tracks were the bvi to meet destrueti ie of them were loaded This did not deter the frenzied crowd froas their work and the seals were broker and the - slid back A bunch of horning thrown inside quiekly ignited the contents and in lesv than three minutes the five cars were Mazing fiert ely Without waiting to see that their work w as complete the crowd surged on They kept to the Pan handle tracks ami at Forty ninth street came upon six more ears These were tired in a twinkling and on v rowd In the Garfield boulevard yard- - of the Pan handle four tracks were full of freight cars more than half of which were loaded At this crossing is located switchmans tower and this was Srsl tired Then the mob tui ned Uon to the cars on I s but for some reason tired but one of them a ear of dressed beef which bad been ed eastward several ilavv incen iil and trriie their attention to ng np switches After a nm en rendered emobeon- Â¬ i Â¬ i itor to f i er and for il be w ne him crushed hK skull Miles ly in t I - rd at rs VY the tlie Hen ii ear Â¬ the pi he i county William Green and Robert Cooper of Pulaski county fought a duel with pistols Green received one wound in the neck and another ill the side Cooper also received one in the side and one in the breast lioth were alive w lieu a courier left but w itii very small hopes of their recovery Tin- Owensboro inquirer says The k lor the lsil tobacco crop in this section is Very poor indeed and couipcti nt judges say there will not be over to or SO per cent of a crop Tiioma- - Ti isii of Mt Olivet has a shoe hammer 800 year- - old Tin receipts at Collector Powers office Owensboro for the fiscal year just closed were 36806340 less than the year before Pi n os were issued the other day a- follows Original DOlel toilet lioskinston Leslie county Addition al lame- - M Buruside Bandleville Lewiecounty Increase Milton Perdue Albany Clinton county Reissue m W Spires Highland Lincoln county Si weeks ago the Newport anil Mississippi Valley railroad officials moved the southern division of thai line fn m Central City to Leaver Ham where it was claimed the ireigm semct couia ne greatly improved This change killed Central as a railroad town taking about one hundred of her citizens away and causing quite a stir The citizens have been waiting on the officers of the company urging them to move the di Â¬ vision back to Central City and the officers have acceded to their demands The division will be moved to Central and the yard crews and men will resume work there Ikof John P Rat principal of the Colorado institution for deaf mutes has been elected to a similar posit ion in the Kentucky institution located at Danville and will accept John Casmoat a well known young man of Lexington induced Mary Belle Sloan a west end belle to elope with him the other day and then refused to marry her He was caught at arlisle He married the girL She is only of aire Mis Jo riMi K Tvrn a young mar- Â¬ ried woman suicided by drowning ber-self in the Little Kentucky river near her home at I arrollton assigning no ii for the act on it- - v a The long drouth that has prevailed At Fifty eight situated the at Princeton since April is at last en tie rain fell the other br Mo morning which will be worth hun A strong wind of dollars to the farmers of that and the Barnes wire quickly Notwithstanding it has been across dry so long our corn looks reasonably lhv well but the tobacco crop - far short The railn in acreage A great many farmers have not planted any and no one got out a of which a mass of thinn f the full crop The wheat crop ts good and were tilled with eoiaL and if rain continues t balance heat was intense Fifteen of the sea son a kk1 crop of corn will c rs of the meat be made f Armour JlIiil KrT of Frankfort the other Swift rind Nelson Mortis Ly thi the motion for a new the fire depart n advised trial in the case of John W Paris the ef the fires further north on the tracks banker who was convicted recently of atnl had scut their forces there but on and given si Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Whiik celebrating the Fourth at Bemstadt the Swiss colony of Laurel teate slon NATE A Gentleman attnii The tSTttt ail lav Monday for them aaaae waiea aasalaJ rates warn sal called for vare agists to is bulk sail artkiBinui eoauneneed uixm ihe aineiidmen- - were most Interested ou WB Mi Hill offered an an oy a majority of throe making lie- - repcnl ol Rlio formerly rialed In hut who uow reskles u Honolulu writes X years Bast my alfe and I have ii ed Ayern Hair iKor BBMl we KINhW HAKUWAKhP I ahiet now have r wane a hi and shall handle tin- aaa-- le t Hue in town j iu Â¬ Â¬ The st Fifty w - l bey aban- - and l iitic to ti hich promi- - their fight furtl the ap wan lagra- - Ky f the i Hill i niiont of After pen nll j he n I I J 1 r it- Own Ky naiui- - ha 11 road tie up Hard been without ice bnt It w and mob luriied about and started for the city 1n way to Port v seve they s t fire to all cars that they had n 1im n in their hurried trip southward o and hail as i have Broand rv pari of timl everj BO trteea I mult loritiea 11 Hv tor specia an c There h the no i rouble hasl beea am I - sinrbaoee oniment n At Warren O has L Marshal Haskell to notify smith his deputy there to pick oat i quantities e tubful ir that t ed up Gar i yards and the ears slowly burned It was noticed that the leaders of the mob were ii e neis si in a am v of the the tih number of leaders start stockyan - were in the specially protieient eh their tor of short n regard tl to day as - curs old v mob continued its work of de- Â¬ struction on its march to the stock March n those- of the Itrazil o eharjrc ha - ninth and in Ha met at ortj and conl in - upon or nation and nmunii a -- - are prefer to from the In it ler oi At 1tieblo Jack Leach a bar r refused drinks to a I pnty mar- out 1 truclions indicate will La moats on i the sidewalk to I i aty rvpeat that t and conditio impro and that formal on I can not in find every- - Taylor t Leach materially this ioii ahon rtaad tirtlu r in- - horn To I MAYORS MOVING rep leorg M rutin 01 t Willi Slrl - ir An invitation to visit the United nt to Mr Uladston State- iteamer Majestic on her next trip to London signed by prominent poli- - and proanim fr im ly rlitrat4 A that ixxATt a July I hred by M Sunday nijrht - quite ev- fort is to It is or John nicipalities I The Caldwell ojaest tle ti - the i end oi - by a aril Pi Balis troit join M Mayor if Mr in ill him The trouble arbitration further state that Mr tit cities iun re to set not made up li nirht what sition he would take in the matter hot juiljrin from his previous utterances it is ii re than prob personal in- Â¬ able that he will lend fluence to th lUlliprra ine to liieauo iiifMn July 9 Ire- - lent Uompers of th- American r of Lalmr will le here probably Sundav The new complication nowle feared is r organizathe calling1 out of all tions That would ma such a la rare body of unemployed as to vastly increase the crowds aim to gTetiy cm barrass the handling of the disorderly had Â¬ Â¬ m--- the mayors of fifty dirt is likely that t some effect repn millions of people - iesi e to It Ik- - will of does Idwell nnday Wayne Ind the firemen engineers conductors hrakemen anl rnen on the Nickel Plate went n lioth the eastern and western - Thursday ghieerare- to work with non union men near Word comes from DyeWille PnaBCiroir that at a platform dance Thursday night seven gallons of As a result v were eonanmed and Kmmett Wilson shot and fatally wounded Perry and Watson de BO Snpt Oonld of the Wabash d in getting the Kahaas Ity fast express with Pullman sleeper throagh The superintendent acted Peru Ind as pilot The road also got through Peru the Toledo cannon ball with At Kt E Chnpin of Milwaukee with a minutes won tlw Wau- handicap of W eery state a m i Milwaukee road race Wednesday ling The time prize is in doubt and lies between KeaaeL of Chi of St Paul and rocker of Mi- Â¬ element Ti- - The Paris Gaulois asserts that the archives of He Elysee pathsee contain documents showing that shortly before the late President t a rum went to Lyons a plot was in existence to kid in Carnot and hold her as a hostag against the punishment of anarchists under arrest and awaiting Â¬ lwaukee vm A Hungry JaTan Col July brol -- day veuinjr Larimer and wit I heavy iron ht before the p bim X inqaii Mil Itam f My hreakinp-isth name plied The banks hav oeen m niarj have been times so hard late nbinjr hiin I broke the unable to obtain h not fatally glass in order to fret in jail an aoaaething to eat wiH rive ti ord though severely wounded ouist name and his a i ty can not be sacceeeded in i atin to die establish and he w indov plate National bank corner crank Sott mornin of the larire of the First let trial A t - Jacobin on in ISoftton boujrht what remain le In 1S47 he bought a reland Herald af of which he afterward became sole prop ii rawford of Cameron V Va Editor t ooke of the tame Mrs Fairbanks died Wednesday at the home of his yoai were c de stroyed and when the mobs re stockyards they divided np into small gangs and separated among the big packing houses it is feared that is to conic and that the l lie worst d mob will destro pi ing houses during the night The overworked homes were so haitsted that it was w ith difficulty thai they could be forced to waik The firemen in this district had responded irly sixty calls during the past twenty four hour- - anilastiey reached iveil with jeers and curses by a mob of Bohemians Pole- - and Italians The fireman succeeded in quenching the tlames before the cars were com y destroyed but had hardly reached tlit engine house again when ailed out from the same box The mob had set fire to ar- - again This time the wornout firemen made but feeble efforts to extinguish the blase At oclock the cars had been reduced to ashes After destroying these cars the mob disbanded into small gangs and started into the stocky aids in half a dozen dif- Â¬ ferent direction- Laiki At 1 oclock Saturday morn ins it was estimated np to midnight upwards of iihi cars many of them were consumed by tire and the loss will run into the millions Iennoyer Niitmr AlttfeM Ore Pen July noyer referring to the correspondence between Gov AltgeM and President Cleveland said When the president asserted that federal troops were sent to Chicago in strict accordance with the constitution and laws of the United States he proli stKi of the ably forgot that by- - section revised statutes Tiascd upon an old common lawrulebe is positively re ipjired to precede the use of troops by A like noncompliance proclamation ith a like parliamentary requirement ne of tli for which King diaries 1 of Bmxla ud lost his head 1 Â¬ -- the yard- - After two arguments had been made in support of the motion ami one in opposition the court made his ruling holding that the verdict was not sustained by the evidence The intention ncil for Gov Chase is to ask ior an carry trial oi nis case laris aged mother who was in the court wept with joy when the court made his ruling The Green Broaddna post O A IX Kentucky celebrated the Fourth at Kings station near Richmond Four thousand people were present After the exercises William Herd and Bab Thompson fought with pistols and knives Thompson was fatally shot Tin Green Liver Association of the Plue and the Gray had its annual re union at Rochester Butler county a few clays aj o It was the mo t euioy- on of the kind in the his of the association There were about ii i present Speeches were made by E I Walker of HartfonLand s p Love The following officers of Greenville were elected for the ensuing year s Â¬ Â¬ K ox Hartford president Clay Beck alhoon vice president A J Cil Kochestcr secretary Rev Joe A Bennett Beda Chaplain Their next re union will be held at alhoon Mc Lean county ou July- - 4 lsic LaWTI n and witnesses at Henderson exercise themselves by throwing ink Ixittles at each other Miss HattiI Bisif ks a young lady of Caseyville hanged herself Disap- Â¬ Â¬ ham pointment in ove lx all probability the oldest citizen of the state has died near lilkton Her name is Aunt iikins aged II 100 years descendants are too numerous almost to mention having children that are themselves old men and women and grandchildren that are advanced in aire The deceasedhad resided in Todd county since thirteen years of age and had not left her home for years TliK ex confederates of Haviess coun- Â¬ ty have a plan on foot to erect a monu Â¬ ment in the courthouse yard in memory of those who died for the lost cause t Polly Â¬ Ci Psnun of Lola died irom the effects of a rly injr chip bitting him in the face while cutting wood a few day- - ago Blood poison set in Pensiosb were issued the other day as follows Original Thos J ameran deceased Marion Crittenden county Increase lame- - W Beaton Fordsrille Ohio county Nat Stone Columbia Adair county Reissue John Carter jetown Scott county Columbus Diggings Staler Boyd county Orig-Â¬ inal Widows etc Tama Wyatt Padu cah Mcracken county Mexican War Survivor- Increase William Petit Stephensport Breckinridge county Tiik lody f an unknown Negro was found floating in the chute at Owens- Â¬ boro At Owensboro George Iliad haw aed 1L was drowned in a p nil A Hard i nslouier A wounded linffalo is about as ugly an antagonist its a man would care to m it Twenty years ago these animals oiai Joiiy a prominent merchant The seat of war in the great railroad strike was trans- Â¬ ferred Sunday to Hammond Ind just across the bonier line where from an early hour mob violence reigned supreme Two companies of regulars were dis patched to the scene Late Sunday- - af ternoon there was a pitched Kittle beÂ¬ tween the regulars and the in b This is the list of casualties Charles Fleisher carpenter mar- Â¬ ried aged l re ident of Hammond killed instantly a bullet entering his abdomen and passmg clear through the body H Campbell shot in right thigh probably fatnl Victor Seitor also of Hammond shot ii the knee amputation of leg neces Â¬ sary condition critical Mi Annie Fleming of East Chicago bullet wound above right knee not serious Unknown manstmigeT in Hammond shot in right lcir amputation probably necessary Trouble commenced at daylight when a mob which had been in the neip hliorhooil since the nijrht before overturned fifteen freight curs of the Chicago v Calumet Terminal mi between Hammond and cast Chi Six of them were thrown cr over the main truck of the Michigan Central while two others were thrown across the rails of the Nickel Plate At the break of day Hie rabble set fire to a Pulhngn car that had been run on i Mde track A call was sent in and the fire department responded with alac- Â¬ rity but not before four Pullmans had been badly scorched shortly after day break the north lioiiiid train on the Monon road reached the depot Just as soon a it st it was surrounded by a crowd oi strikers boys and women and tl and fireman were peremptorily or t down from the cab oe of the mob were aimed Many icon held rocks in revolvers their hands and as a consequence the two employes were ipiick to obey of the strikers then took possess the engine and the train was tracked A telegram was sent to cage asking for mHitar ace to get the train out At 11301 ompany I of the Fifteenth infantry thirty live strong arrived in two coaches The regulars d barked at the depot and marched to the sidetrack where the Monon train rationed The mob fell back on the approach of the military but hoot Â¬ ed and jeered and the scene was a ver- Â¬ itable bedlam die half of the company took up its position in front of the engine and the other half in the rew and prepara Â¬ tions were made to move the train Like a Hash of lightning however tho en iwd early two thousand strong and realizing that reinforcements were necessary h detail was sent to the telegraph of Â¬ fice with instructions to wire to Ohi In the mean Â¬ troons time Maj Reflly order ilartz to clear the tracks to the sidewalk with fixed bayonet- - The regulars adÂ¬ vanced the mob retreated and for the time being was held at bay ihe mob went to the adjacent prairie on either side of the tracks for a w bile but becoming emboldened by the ap- Â¬ parent inactivity of the military closed up on the rails only to be re pulsed This condition of affairs continued unremittingly until 4 oclock when the tram that had brought the second ament of regulars was run into the Monon yards Just as it was brought to a standstill several box cars were dumped on the track a block and a half to the north Alxuit the same time the Monon mril train came in from the south carrying mail matter from Indianapolis viile Cincinnati ami interim points A company of regulars wrs ordered to the state line but it had barely passed the mob assemhli tile state street crossing when a rope was thrown around a Pullman car standing on a side track a few yards north with the evident in Â¬ tention of throwing it over the main track ami preventing the fur Â¬ ther passage of the trait wera regulars on the engine regulv on the ryof and regula s at the car windows all of them waiting for just such a con Â¬ dition as was now imminent An officer ou the too motive gave the word and toward the west and to- Â¬ ward the east a volley was pouted from engine roofs and windows Some of the bullets went overhead many moro ploughed the ground a few took effect Without waiting for furtlu - orders the regulars made for solid earth and with bayonets fixed made a dash forthemob on both sides of the track This maneuver however was hard Â¬ ly necessary Obscured by tie smoke the mob had taken to their heels like frightened geeae Not a few of them threw themselves headlong on the prairie where they lay flat so thorougly scared that it was a matter of indifference to them and there the soldiers trampled them down in tho enarge Hi iiilf Tnly fl in tead of oa Januar gar sehedi amended It ttxes the act Vinally aaeaa ten or are either Vi hue or bald al f COOKING STOVES 1 HEATINS STOVES GRATES TIN- GUTTERING TIN ROOFS cent d valorem of ii i sat a r WARE V CUTLERY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ standard and of oae ti from ugaB import evport dHitv the iniL Hoi k The BOQse ui -- i col AND FARMING I IMPLEMENTS None better fullness In V e repi esJon tyer- - flair two In the V r morninn hour the idem Ill i direct Iann la- in WSS handle toe popular Bissell Chilled Plows I ill -- of - neiih oa n and 3 e li and ha r also hurt children th- tinner in the State ineharge ery i liav b in connection a V le of a bill pro made ailed up and two at Aver the h ira was vith-aad hall ft Hair Vijor d n snjjj irt verj I day mru Bad THOS H KRRR any furl entirely i bah bat VA-iii- -1 lmportaace was ate Thur- - ij r hill was pa joint on appropr in the nnvv of the inr of rem ne I eai that ex Morer It Antonio Aarrun ELDERS BARGAIN STORE A i AYERS NK hoi - HAIR VIGOR and ONE CENT ere tenitor STOVES DoYcu Need Stoves Moo Â¬ r TWO CENTS at a hiLh hour the Boose Friday A HINfiTOS Tub of con FIVE CENTS 4 i ds at noon anvil that THE Corn WEATHER WILL SOON BE I IV N YOU AND A AAA Â¬ savea ployn Basics na aad laborer at the Hoi - STOVE OR A GRATE WILL BE A U WAN r SI v K 11 WE BOTH BKASI a of thr I far as we have every -- insj line i 1 n t in -- the r ales have al on and everv the i i of bus WSHBIKU a ses- - ariven Satisfaction COME UCS AND EMBROIDERIES ioc 1 AND BUY A man when Mil to of We V HEATING STOVE A COOSING STOTE AND A SA1TGE A GHATS NECESSARY TO KVFRVTHINi ACCOMPANY TIIKM SUCH As Fire Srick Ecirths CiinncT Tiles aaa ilic MOTTO SORELY TRIED Hacks Cookicg Utensils frir bkaikii Economist ters ti the regnlar troops up by the iii i alryman at the st -- Insults Heaped on I mop- - to Kioiers IIos in Hli e Kist for th I ouniiand to Kire In eo July Stories arc Wgin ning to ir hcadi i ind C st RtMirs ic ieie Waouaarf stfel - UNDERBUY UNDERSELL CASH EL ion 7 orbed A CLAUDE SMITHS CO rurrsrr n tj cav- - Â¬ been howled at by a hours t tohiscaptaii hie hulk himself in and hurled at him every epithet he could think of besides daring him to tight The trooper turned to his superior Captain he aid for heavens sake let me take my un rn off and lick do it without am that fellow help The officer refused of course While that soldier s noi- - assailant was around the former never took hi off him Had an order to tire been given it - quite certain that rioter would not have been among those who escaped rite troop- - art An omcer said worked up to a frenzy They have been held back by excellent discipline If they get an order to fire a good manv of them will fail to hear the command to cease firing if it is given afer the first valley and w ill t in an extra siiot o- f-1 who had crowd for three WLDouclas CUAET O llnavh la Or J TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Finn HAVE A FULL AND HARDWARE COOKLN iMriKMKDo - no squeaking IS THE BEST 5 CORDOVAN r9 i 35 F0LICE3 Soles 2ys2 WOWlNGMENs ETE LINE t2ti7 5cys5cHiH0ES A 32 LADIESBestl3ongci4 CATALOGUE KVES GILTEST1NWAK jon MODEL STEEL KANGE Il i- e BROCKTON AVAS3 L v Pir baiu Von can fcavc monrv Because we arc the value by the bo l WLOOUCLAS Nli - ilu I CUP inn i 1 IN SHOP an otln r prices ai equal wearing where at lower vnees for the anv other l we dealer canu 57 S K a ne 1 bold by jur Tl TMYLOR BROTHERS l pit Main Street JACS FUSEMAT WELSH Bi - LT THE MARKETS rLTiruivarui rLnjuTjruixnjruTJTjjrou uT ruin - run rnjruTrirorLruiJTru-tj-L- p IJtF STOCIiO CiacjasATf Jaiv K- GarnettHouseSaloon V ban - - I 5 fnttlc Commoii i 5 33 Common iS VRT rOXES Tr prietor LAMBS--- Ki Winter fsmilj X Wheat No oX on -- No S mixed No 2 nncil Rye No IIAVPr ne to phone TOBACO Medium leaf in ft IS 10 of anv kiinl lULnjiJxnjuiiruTTU uurtxunj rii tru TJTjivajTp uiJtruiiru iRrtJTTLrut 2 Iure 19 Pure Whiskies Brandies 3 Wines c 2 The per galon rum ork year old Jctt vrhrkey at Vulcan t 2 APlLI rOTJrTOS Prin oaery New lerbbl NEW YORK 1 1 9 fe 1 50 - have eijjagel the acrviccs of Mr Terr ill as hartemlei who w II be peaseil to have his friends call an1 see him 1 Chilled Plow fnjrnrinTLru rioj A fti BROSj FARLEYnrsT tuc ri SardTrare and Grocery Firm in iroorinn-i ru tjiorinnTrLTnrir nr oec1 dedly S Sicaaod Tn2 ge3 J GHAIN Wneat No No 8n rORN- - Xo 2 mixed nxJE cvLARD Winter patent 3- 35 1 8 II VRT JONES Harnett House Saloon id Street Nortan 14 oinjTrjnjnrLTJirLTLruiJTn -- - i d 40 30 40 Wi CHli W u 80 iI T President Cleveland Condemned lucviio July ft President Cleve land was arraigned by the i hi raphtoal Union No M Sunday f vending federal troops to Chicago President irifhn presided and between MO and MB members were in attend- One thousand dollars of the ance unions funds were voted for the bene- Â¬ fit of the Pullman strikers Another Rioter Dead URAIN No ILOfE Wheat No 2rcd ins Steam if 60 90 56 So 41 SI I1 TRAIXg Ir s 2 I 2 Also a 2 ware A every kitnl i an be boaa CINCINNATI am wi PALACE ST LOCHS LAUD roiiK i 4 ai 6 H 111 SLEEPING CARS BE1WEKN nJinnnsuuinxuinnnruvLru IX C ijrrirLnjijtjixixuoLnjrirTjij BUTIMORE rUHTR Fumiiv CHAIN Whiit No- rOFK sed ined ST LOUIS 150 2 Sn 50 00 75 10 1M0 WASIIINtiTON IA bk folk route IP Chicaso July 9 Thomas Jockman one of the men shot and wounded in liotujaj the riot Saturday at Forty ninth and Loomis streets died Sunday mornina It is said that England has lately been allowed to lapse from cultivation that wild animals which ten years ago were in danger of extinction are now nourishing and Â¬ England makes curious provisions on luigernis coast for shipwrecked mariners This - the dry seriplion given of the supplies on St Paul island They are in a ca Tin ship reekeil Sailors Itackvatrd so much farm land in 1 l i Bine Anked for Sorar The Workmen V - of the west cliff of a roekv anil its position is indicated by a cirn eleven and a half feet in h and about fourteen feet lroad at the ited on the summit of the Tiii- - cairn oin - pai i tic fKt running north and south early-- Irish as to tho Out of Sea against the Irish rv were still plen iful in Texas and the present mayor of one of the leading cities in that state vividly recalls one day when instead of hunting bufiulo the buffalo hunted him He got within range of a small herd anil brought down a big bull Away scampered the rest of the herd ami the hunter advanced with hB knife When w ithin ten yards the bull with a terrible low staggered to hih feetaud eha the hnnter His gun was empty he ran away- - as fabt as his carry him A buffalo can r an ordinary horse and in a Â¬ Â¬ greatly increasing The badger and the for in tance ar iving on agricultu The Superiority Of IIo nl i The elegant service ottered by the Big lality Four between Cincinnati ajul t Louis is 3 HO 4 50 excelled by no other line Night tiains are INDlANAPOUia ial coaches f new car 54 GRAIN Wheat- si of the latest improved pattern aad W gner Corn 40 sleeping Cars in service tor the first time 41 S Oata-Dav trains have Parlor and Drawing Room ISVlLfE Dining Cars and Can sad Kxjuisite FIOC 3 Through Paiace Buffet Sleepii OllN -- t Ci een St Louis and Washington C 4 Oate Mixed Cincinnati and thesa- via In th the peake tt Ohio Ry in The Dining Iar Ser Subobs F F State of Ohio Ci rv of Toledo nM frc vice extendi through Lucas Cocntv For lull infurmatioe regard ington Frank J Chkky makes oath that he tc apply to nearest ticket agent is the senior partner of the firm of F J i B MARTTN GI Cheney Co doing business in the KMli K P T M EO City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum OHXmCH BISECT0S7 oi OVE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every cn e of Catarrh that can OPAL CHK J not be cored by the at i3o CATTI HOGS Western - 17 a t 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN aatiia tbwnmA 1 SOLID VE3TIBULE0 TRAINS Â¬ i rs- - 1 n 111 1 a o QUEEN ANO CRESCENT ROUTE takrii Com - Kcn it is due to the t re men FRANK J CHENEY CI1S care ttiedin of brain work ind ci Try one li 1 my preen AD Sworn to before me and subscribed ir ih day of December A atif in v W GIF Mil Reclor r ftir the Iti n1 lleil Sina I HAVE SOMli Desirable Property fur APaii 50- - SW KY cut to see ad lie wi the ruins had nee had uae gun has s 4sJ 1 Wl - 11 more than a million or two me in the country ana the trades uuions there are tuore Hum a dozen millions outside af them ami in the end the docen millions will have their way The main thing to ret rattled ahead is your own self first and then your own Jet and keep them straight business and you will lie here when the strike is over all up and in goes shape Â¬ THE CLIMAX KKCNCH TIPTON rrSLIHHIl KVCKY WF HN1SDAY IT Imitated by deecr netals and raid Almirals Gbaejr ialvm and Frye n ho are a ol husks anil are anxious t return Naturally they coiue to the Congressmen lnun tbeir States fur assistance ARI1S1E EXOVEBATBIt The Climax Printing J H Co Washintrton secial U a Republican journal lias this hit if admitvinn which A POWELL K Proprietor and Manager Gen l Iii lKK YKAK JULY flSO 11 WKINrlAY ISM DEMOCRATIC TICKET McKMKV which the iHiiuxrats and le pabtieaaa oitheSuirnr InvetieatingCoui niittee will aprec ami upon which an emphatic report will be niaile is the c onerati n of Secretary Carlisle f rum any propriety in the matter of the aaaaf schedule and the report will state the ujlit out in the testimony m and will sav that it is the belief of the committee that the Im Ulllj only connection with the whole allair was the preuiratnn of the MOW Bchedale at the respiest ol the Bieanbtra ol the Finance Committee ii will be think ii Hnrprise to Ifinocrats ne - TU k I ikr DOMI a lT 1 KIHKMUAL Wh D - Republican talks in this Hennibie way We want the tariff as it can le ma We want the duties that were arranged many years an for the beams ol so called miant m- iu iries to te reduced for tboae in In re now rich and stalwart We do TOMATO uit the people of this coiiutiy to PRUNING ANHTlWMM PLANTS pay m ire lor many articles than is no Wc want the inequalities ami ws The hio Experiment station m one of the ai the tariff law cliin- ami we take it that every out its bulletins gives the following ilirec iiis for staking ami pruning who prea the matter careful attention KiKMtKN t When pruned and staked tomato wante ibtee ibinj s much - we do plant- - will U ar inn Ii closer planting in July 9th the field than if left to themselves Two n su in feet by low is aboot the projier distance I have just revived trom Humboldt ii as the piants are Bet in the field ns ta be Tennessee a copy of a new paper entitled in order to proTown Topics The price is natld at the ought I be tied tin- following plan has lieen two weeks only cilis clitoris has vide for this mi Coster Jr an he is oniv fifteen years found t be satisfactory Set strong stake f every row and brace careold uile editor is a cousin i at each end fully Smaller stakes ina be Bet at in Ir II Mr C C Clrisman of this county idneer tervals of two rada along the rows These stakes should he aboot three and onc- K Meaara Win ami George Xi to day lor Frankfurt on their bioy hali feet in height Next stretch two prodnc-ol aboot the size Used in baling Tliey nropoae to make the run in ng the tops of the -- takes in each seven hours The sty miles rw Take ordinary lath or small sticks Tie of t af any kind of the same length as lath Last lane Dick Crawlord brought his and stick one just at the side of the place child suffering from that each plant i occupy The upper I me had been ends of the stakes are held in place by weaned a- old and being ng the two wires back and forth ran through ii like wa- - that is by weaving the wires around the laced gave t the i siee i laths This makes - but without treattne ben- - a neat little trellis sufficiently substan ing thinner tintial lor lie MaftOB but the material an n e- t little more than when u ed several year in Wllfl I iwiim I born or iH rbaps ten poondV then The plants are trained to single stems rlains and tied to the lath supports l coiirs and Iii tying most be done at Boceessive inter ikv drop-a the plants increase in height un- Â¬ a marked in was til the top of tlie trellis is reached alter Ii nothing further child need be done in It wc puny lisap ray of training All side si t near peared and it- - lather and mycelf believe vouiil and suckers mu t be kept - rem- that tl pinched oil as the object to be gained in little IT Mriowe M lTamaroa staking would In lost otherwise None VI Power and T S ol th ire to be removed but simply the lealy shoot- - and Backers which bear no blossom and come out i bv near the ground and at intervals along BEUEVKS IN NHTHERS T1MBEI II the the main slock Ilnnine awav these id in which yellow pine tim- - surpi and tying the pla nent by clear- - opporta exposes the fruit to the sunlight ing men is and favors early developenjent in a iv a little incident that marked degree Tomatoes thus Irained arorld snp- ecently in Chicago publication riH n about tw week- - in advance of the of the story being made in The Lamber- - those which are allowed to lie on the ground are lrecr irin rot and larger in 8K lint a tin man A capitalist rap per plant concerned in various in by the k up wa- - known to le ordinary method but because of the t lluin rather - hi- - capital being higher prices obtained for the fruit the for him profits are larger apora- - - tied up that it wa- - necessary lie I hi- - holding- - even OLD JlilMBLEIt Kn-vrilice d for if it had t lcd nd aiso that he owned not I ai Â¬ v 1 I 1 1 I 1mI I The Cincinnati Tribune pepee of great importance Means and Texas Pacific Railway Company commanding and restraining the said defendants their oflieer ser- Â¬ vants and attorney to cease and deitt Iron i making any graator charge in the aggregjite on bngjjies carriages and other height of the first class carried in less than car loads from Cincinnati to Social Circle than they charge on such freight from Cincinnati to Augusta that they ml refrain within live days after the entry of each decree and in cast they or any of them fail toobev said order condemning them to pay 100 lot every day thereafter they shall so fail for in reand denying the relict praylation to chargi s on freights Irani Cincinnati to Augusta The said defend ant to pay all costs Of court The interstate commerce commissions sile of the case was armed before the circuit court of appeals by Col N Hammond of Atlanta and ex lmtel Boom Senator Kdmumls two of the able t lawvers in the United Mates This decision is one of the most important that baa ever been delivered A hundred cases are affecting railroads pending in the United Mates awaiting the decision of this one l sustained bv the Supreme Court Of the Unitel Mates it will cut the railroads out of a great pan af their revenues and wili seriously affect distributing points Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New ITU age of a firm never brought it a dol- - t exhibitors without received them and amateurs whose exhibits were of atrilling character received awards equal in value and merit to those made to the largest and most important exhibitors oo No receptacle has ever been strong enough to resist the bursting Twenty pound ol freezing watei have U en burst asunder as though of Mitterv lai initehfe It is the bargains offered in well written advertisements which tell the storv and cure the sick profits It is Come along and get the medicine pleasant to take does not gripe and will cure without fail oo Kverv day almost we read of bojaj going craiy from smoking cigarettes lint few otoorbtrra asetheaa and they is an importBe sure you get Aver barent sense enough to go erary In- ant caution to all in search of a thoroughly Ii riiir Jmirnnl Sarsapa reliable blood purifier Aver oo can be English exhibitor at the Worlds rilla being the one on which there Aii no manner of doubt It has stood the Fair has returned the medal and diploma and has long a awarded on the ground that they are test of nearly half century been considered the tandard All he value IVORY WHY 13 -- AA - 50AP A V 8TRENG THRONGED What is the Attraction at it oniv the like the CSUAL AIM UNS that dosl l bearing -s tli jmw in Iijrtiit- - at that alone liravel m itself may Sunstroke intresi rightful fshsM fwhat VC ttrer Mr B K Tltomam Evans ille West Va QIIEST10N8FLAV ootTDCcrES nv steimikn i Any question of law upon whith Climax cuh- e inftrticl will fc answered in M nbcrA with to ssacd in t hi- - column provided su h qncaSMM iiiull sot exceed iiiny - pernut- Mroriis in length and oniv one question ted at a lime The niliaK of the que tioner will he hed but the lull name and address nuhh ne Mihcriled a- - a guarantee of good faith m Ilimax turMcribers only will faith swered and they inu t malte t SChciWISS they wll receive no auentionl Narrow Escape From Loss of a Limb mubb made rtwer shells made VsjJv FOR CL0THE5 OAMBLS CO ClrTTI PURE U In hot ami siiltrv tiri1 STRENGS Hi -t- - I x j THE PROCTER oo Tali Kales British forgers robUrs aud murderers Will the Kentu ky Circuit Courts may lie arrested in any part of the Cnited grant a divorce dissolving a marriage States and taken to Kngland for trial contracted in Canada after the plaintiff Political prisoners cau not be extradited has become in good faith a citizen of this oo II State We have a Ihx of IJaiucrow tobacco Yes provided the grounds Answer It is the finest chew ing tobacco out Call relied uon are sufficient to entitle the and renew your subscription to the Cli- party to a divorce uulerthe Ntwaof Kenmax or subscribe and get a twist tucky The situs of the marriage is im oo material for purposes of divorce The days are evei divine They come and go like muffled and veiled figures What is the meaning of the letters A I soolten Benin the sent from a distant friendly party but 1 A L they say nothing and it we do not use Answer AP A stands for Amer the gilts they bring they carrv theiu as ican Protective Association It - a silently away organization and oo the etlective meaning ja Alter 1ats Our bank report got all out of shape Aiatomv last week but we have it straight this Can a physician lie legally compelled time oo to testify in a criminal case as to his pro- Â¬ fessional opinion without a reasonable ROAKO OF TKHK Every business in Kichmond needs a comnenaatioB If he demands it riK Hoard of Trade so the proprietors of each It seems that the trend of Answer line of bu iness can meet one a month and organize a uniformity in their busi decisions in Kentucky is that while a Tl ere is loo much trade here not physician or surgeon may be required to You business men get to- attend as a witness and to testily to lads to have it gether and organize It will be money as other witnesses and without other compensation than that provided by law to you t d for other witnesses yet he can not lie reoo quired to testify as to his professional i ino ok Till DAT opinion over his objections to so doing Picnics fairs and fishing at Kockcas without the compensation of a profestie spring- - camp meetings murders and sional lea and his refusal to do BOudaBB the finest and latest blackberries we have compensated is not a contempt of court seen lor years are coming in by the This principle is the outgrowth of that wagon load rapidly developing branch of the law oo which recognizes property iu skill and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Commercial Gazette and the Climax 2 00 Louisville Commercial Cfwice a week and tbe weekly 175 Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week and the Climax fj30 Chicago Inter Ocean weekly and the Climax One of the most BHtnai turns f scrofula aod onr of the most lim ilt t curr H that of lilts welling Hoods SartKirla has aceompllsh ed many wonderful cures of white swelling one of whirh is lakBaa tlow by Mr H K Thomas a manufacturer of harnesses s eliltes his letter etc at KTnsille W Va h Lowell M T I HhmI I In WGI I was seized with a srrere attack of live years later I had to liars white swelling the flesh on my limb cut oen and the bons craped After thu flesli healel up I was not I was taken troubled afrun iniltl lucuirv tmli settled In the previousdown w ltli the tl ij ly iSirtnl imiTi s res gstbeting where thers had le n aows one in particular penetrating to the twine The vlide front of my leg from kues to ankle seemed Is bs Dreadful Case of White Swelling A Perfect Cure Very Likely You Think Little prices am little vsll DoVl read tbw times in ten that is the way Wait till yu m the ool anv su- h liijrit doabl our ihn sure eBOttrJs v-s l2 WLWANT Ami in arder tlicv hst th - GASH wr will nell as al Climax 2 00 No less than one year taken In advance Are you subscriptions Turley insured Powell acr A Mass of Corruption I could get but little eas and comfort and less benefit from the medica treatment I reeelvtsl Some of my fneiirN advised roe Is have the lef amputated but I hesitated nut wanting fYrrhanra I saw an ad- - eriiseineut in a a paper embracing a testimonial for Hoods Sar saparilla from one Mr John McMurray telling t followtag DRESS GOODS tCASH irniitlv retlnted pricea it will tak- the CASH bargsia prieen milts- the bargaiae Â¬ All fire losses pail by Powell 8c Turley 3- politieo-Anti-Cathol- Dont Powell go to sleep over your insurance 23 Turky Dont Powell wait until you are buine J out Turley 3- What Hoods siarsaparilla had done for his son I Ixiught concluded to try HoodsSarsapariilasoI I had six bottles of It about three months ago I ill see it wu not taken it two months when HshsB ne more good than am thing I had t aken I hare now used about three bottles The sores have all healed up and HoodsrCures My Limb Is Perfectly Sound iit I nt exHt t m tr Bear in iniml how vt r t gel them at th- aria these Im la CASH n have th li N V 1 Â¬ Â¬ W II Nelson who - in the drug bus int ss a Kmgville Mo has so much conColic Cholera fidence in Chamberlain and Diarrhoea Remedy that he warrants every bottle and offers to refund the money to any customer who - not ati tied alter usin it Mr Nelson takes no rik in doing Ibis because the remedy is a certain cure for the diseases lor which it It is for sale is intended and he knows it by W F Powers and T S I lagan drug t ists -- benefited my general health and I am now able to work at my trade Hoods Sar BBBarMa receives all the praise and I cannot recommend 11 enough for the good it has done W Va B K Til mas Evansvllle me It mis also Mliuusoess Hoods Pills re liver ills constipation Jaundice sick headache Indigestion Â¬ Look out for tires as well as storms Po well in it St Turley in it 3-- Are you Powell insurance Turley If not 3 l otsanja HE LAZIEST ill knowledge I feel Ihe An c In vin teep patient buy a v Ik you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Hug gy or Carriage call on Donclapa fur he has the latest be t and cheapest 5- tlHatnnlaW YioKjam Karri W L reli 4 Patterns former pricr c Kleven Drew PaMern former pi Three Dress Patterns former re Three IVe s Pattern- - tormer price 7 Kght lrcs Pattern- - former leduced to Two Dress PaJUna forma prtcct uccd to Four DreM Patter riner Kiisht Dress Patterns finier pi rive Dies- - Patterns former pr Three Dress Pattern former Three Dress P nier pi ice 10 reel Three Dress Pattern former Three Dres Patterns former Five Drew Pattern hM Seven Dress Patterns former Tv Dress Patterns former price Dress Patterns torrrer 15 Five Dress Patterns former pric Patterns kx One Dress Pattern former price One Dri Pattern lorn e Two Die s Patteraa former pi Ten lress Patterns former price s CASH i 7s 51 - - till they fan me off to loud up there a -- alin when word Id An liLe to he that iu your legal depart men the law in regard t stock running at large state An elegant new l flickering sale Apply at this office A Piano lor 15- - If You Need a Vow i Dress I - have a breeze to pit h me long - rd fcr lshin us fcr I couldnt hold viimetunic or -- never move at all s- 1 While the miser- - uiouev is secreted in a cellar it is losing interest The mer chant who has good- - m stock and fails to let the public know of it pursues a policy that is equally ansoand In the principal may Ik- secure but the pro lii which might be realized is - lth 00 t iin time e w but ith the take having - iron - Uik- - and Thi- - r win the And Aiiotli- inno- - ihem huiiirels id a lee of r 1m- and I have trou- - ith with a iMKctioii with know me Wherein dot rani strike I PnlLmaa and bat Ihon- aen no Iullmai -- wi- - xiinete1 with assenger w h know g f Pullman and hi- - men terror- in keep them rom Lome incommode them in everv nameet and ra- iieaB aewerally The police - miiitia and Daaajtv C Marsiaisan- - iKwerlesr to maintain order ii i are friends among the atrak mds of Â¬ Â¬ Br wili ba lamage1 in colea6 -- are not tboroughlv trained in pielling read disturlwiuces The Cnited Nates regulars are tin- oniv sal vat untry The standing army must lie increased and army posts distributed throughout the country It is the business of a regular to shoot w ten lu raader orders him Then are no after anch as courts or iufuri I lie deceased or fxiycottetl -- ts and he wants no civil office Kailroad and fsctorv- - eniploves should aaarn tuai iney and the capiulisl ipo uasaa are oecelertlv the mmoritv in this countrv and that their supposed right to make a seething hell of all things mouths in the year is going n be cootested at no distant date hot thev Â¬ tr The Cajiuoiouweal of Christ who marched to Washington ouh a short ago with a decided rlmnl i trnaapets and were fed as curiosities have ceased t a a surfeited public any lurther interest so Uh v prefer to go lKAue rather than starve to death A Waahinxtou telegram preaenm th r ajre aJ unfirewen nihwitiJi aott is being brought to bear pen memiiers of gress bs the indnstrial armies encamped about Wasabiogtou The novelty of the pres- eoeeoi ineae uoigue onnuatxatifns has departed and cooaeqaeatly local dona tionoof provnrions have fallei the men are in a nrtiahk coud Gov Hong of Texas who is visiting in New York - a mail with a large sen- 01 humor daughters One of them he named 1111 Hogg and the other Ura lligg He wanted to name roe TO ai lis mi i long lea ii t urn his son Ilea Hogg but his wife put a Kit K I jiialilv a gentleinan called Iltoi stop to that in tea HoaTg ob ourown upon him d if the capitalist We arc only one steji removed from floor He is not a big Hogg but too old would aril his pine timlicr holdings the silly ostrich who puts his head in for a shoat lie is not so large as some - that he troadd i coorai the sand and fancies Ihat be thus we have in town but he is big would accept live dollarsan acre danger becaaae he cant see ids enemy - frankly confessed that he - are dodge our troubles thinking enough aniens the orker is worth more than they are now and the way he has presuming that the owner that if we dont k at them they cant start d out he may turn out a drove of would dispute of the binds under the find us out Hogg- - before a great while circui rbly beloa A man who - losing money in his 00 th price at which the timiiei had origi- business will be glad t uilk to you on The heathen demand for whisky and nally been held The eapitalna wi any subject but that Yet that is the missionaries continues active I noticed firm in his demand and explained his one and only subject A check was drawn for s S 00 includthat you ought to the other day where 5000 barrels of old ing the words attitude in this way That by sacrificing talk about In full payment ol ac some other property he wa able to hold This phrase was When roa are very sick and the Iloiirbon and one lone niissioiiarv were count due to A C landed at a port on the weal coast tbern pine and considered that he doctor arrive- - you dont begin at marked through w tii a pen by A C once Africa on the same day from the same without the consent of the maker ids children no -- urer a to discuss with him the probable Ioes result foundation for a fortune than that this striking out constitute an alteration to science of the discovery of a fourth ship 00 He bad as a matter of the check so that the bank on which fact realized on dimension in space If you did you old Grumbler gathers this from a late it is drawn cau legally refuse to pay i preference to would deserve to Buffer religious exchange There is truth no same PaoTaWT line timber In the same wav if you are iatoooaead fiction in it The complaint herein There is grown for em- iiragement in I think Answer the alteration a famous explorer yon talk of haiex made - permeating all Christendom material The erased words are an this la t t Northern pnanma who are plorati ins you ask the inventor about ing hard at present with a her- his discoveries von talk to the soldier Pastor priest alder laymen read pon- tial part of the contract evidenced by the der conclude then do all you can to check By attempting to destroy a part condiiius Their timber is appreciating of his ban remedy this great evil in behalf of He of the evidence which the check was invalue well situate vel- Baft when your business is not mak who taught the fatherhood of God the tended to contain the Biaaiof snod quality iu the South ing a profit you holder iif he wait for us to come to brotherhood of mankind that is mt worth five doharaaa acre and you and then Christianity made the alteration rendered the discuss an subject hut of to day as it is taught and practical is check inadmissible as the iumlH r itsc lf must sell on the basi the leaks It is the basis f anv like the anas of the con not what it was twenty five or forty claim o that value The particular tract of demned If the bank should pay such a murderer who was asked just laud referred to by the Ininlieriiian was The churches of the present check and should be sued lor the amount after the noon was adjusted whether In years ag ument prices and there had any last words to say and who re- have Ireeonie halis for silks and satins by the maker and it were shown that rich broadcloth would have Iwn a very handsome profit plied The church people the alteration was made alter the check that he would be glad to make a and while in the temple of Gad do not meet was delivered and without his cons in it at S4 x an acre but the capitalist few brief remark on the Wilson Bill nt mqneetionia evidently of the pinion When a man- - prospecls leak sick it on that hearty Balaam led level like they the bank could not put the same in evi used to They do not grasp you by the dence to show payment for uthcrn vellow pine will Mow in isnt a time for mixed the makers conversation t to in rease hand as if they meant what they said account The bank would ba justifiable value the example is it the place or the time for Neitiier H t by white pine which with a generakid gloved adjectives when the bnsine- - They do net say any more nor in any in refusing to honot the check tion has gone from ihe government is suliering from nervous prostration other manner than strict unfeeling arisprice of SlL K racre l They Be You ought not really to wait for us to tocratic etipieite will allow ADJOINING COUNTIES thousand stumpage come to you but you ought to come and come cold distant and precisely decorous Their handshake is clammy their words rouse us up in the middle of the night ABEARU Beware si lliBtaeals far fatarrh that cob as you would rouse the doctor if your are mere formalities without any depth A new bchool house is beiug erecte1 at lain Hercary and their smiles are forced and artificial baby was ill Stone As nercury will surely destroy the It is your profits that are ill and it is a The ostentation 01 dress among church Mane Little Nellie dauiliter of Mr and Jin people of to day out dazzles the simple ol smell and completely derange the I do not claim to whole serious matter cure virtues of the Great Well Faalkner rHad last week of brain Teacher the viitues when entering it through the k ledgers of every business man that drew people near to each other and fever She was ap only child surfaces Such articles should far from it Hut I do claim u know prompted them to say How are you toA thief entered the residence of Sam never be u- prescriptions Irotn something about successful BnajnaBJ day in that whole souled manner which lohnson at MarksLnry and took money reputable as the damage the methods And I claim further that a gladdens the heart The members now hank notew notes and other papers also will do - ten fold to the good you can poa clear impartial judgment from the outsiblv derive from them Halls Catarrh side of your office is of value Now un- stand off a distance and address each a eake which his w fe had prepared far other with words that have been cut special oi casion Cure manufactured by F J Cheney ft friend it your profits are sick I can cure and dried and have been hanging to Co Toledo contains no mercury and them Administer ThaoM Taaaoaataaol house at Flat doses of adthem is taken internally acting diectlv upon vertising wood was put up at auction and sold to oat it right Dont cling to 00 the blood and mucous surface- - of th that silly notion that you arealreadv well highest bidder It brought 450 In other parts of the State both parties the tern In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be known and it is not and was bid in by the trustees A new r roa to beginning with Congressman sure you get the genuine have full one will be put up It is taken in- - advertise New lieople are coming in and tickets in the field and the political lernaliy and made in Toledo Ohio b the old ones who knew vou are dving ttt otf cauldrou is show ing signs of activity K J Cheney In Co Testimonial iree and moving away and the new ones do C1AFK this immediate vicinity it is very utiiet price 75c per not know you from a side of sole leather and there is but one ticket out If the Harvesting in Clark is in full tilt Bottle never heard of you When a person is Republicans are going to do anything it Winchester is bragging on her clean alniut to buy something he does not look is time they were at it Trot out your streets DECI8ION OF THK U S CIWTIT around for the firm who has the age on candidates beys and let us show you OOUBX N THK LQKfJ ANT The Winchester Ieuiocrat says If on it He doesnt can- a copper whether how neatly we can clean you up BBOKT HAIL mere is any worse nmell in the have leen in business a hundred terse 00 than our reservoir water it has not yet lieu r Kwn There is something wrong in the at- happened Tmtollowin W this wav nat ne wants is a bargain and V 7 i mosphere Every good man should keep and short haul clause of the Inter- o Tt lliui a watch on himself or Old Harrv will lommerce law has lieen handed Ufa- M si JESSAMINE enow tloesilit have him by the down lv tl v neck Look out Evil uu v oun Minn oner Mm a lugger one If you can oiler Juvenile tramps are numerous in Nich is contagious and the good in New irl and a customer a bargain what are you going The lnter s must stand firm and not allow them olasville Couimis- - t do aboot it sit still and not let any selves to A Niholasville gardener couies to the sion vs the iucinnati New Urieai be tempted Again I sav hodr kuow it t No you can not do tbal front with the iiiat toati watch for the days of evil are j mint ir iwiiiroaa here niipany the Your lietter aaaae will dictate at once rseep your temper anna iaitic naitroa1 1 ompanv Shun evil shun that you should publish it to the even the appearance of evil and the Georgia Pacific Kailroad Com- world Kainrrew in tbe Sanctum and vou will do it If vou can pany Appeal from thsi Circuit Court 00 not offer bargains then yon will be The Climax recently received a large of toe Inhed sates for There is no ueed of getting rattled the Northein silent for there is no use box ot Ratncrow chewing tobacco in making a about the and liatri strike or thinking the country it lays racket when there is nothing in it open in the lanctttm Jtvery new orderlsgdngto ruin That the deeree of thecir- - Husiness men it or vel f who can not make it to every trades union in the couotrv joined stioscriner who comes along hlp himeh irt be avoided and re your interest to a twivt noticiai tlw ibundanre rrf i trade with them are verv in it -and tl ncii a stnke would this case be remanded great and sinr vu uiet They say nothing but will inw Dut 11 ee ami -- nil with ons to cidentally refer to the w suuscriber is perfectly length of time the st enter a decree ne to I hiir fnl sutler U plaint they have lieen in busiu taKc a twist of the uiterBtatei ntnniisaiou and wuuiry ciwit go along uotwitli nun free grati ar igaiact the d and if daajta th Liuiiunati nd carry on i baigam huutersw ad enfoue its uiwg Tbrt 1 i i I i i-1 i Â¬ - Answer The acts of lsi-i- provide that anv person permitting his stock to run at large shall be fined for each ollense not leas than five nor Store than twenty live dollars and if any damages shall lie committed by cattle the owner of sn h cattle shall be liable for all such damages whether the place where the Liiii KCaried be enclosed bv a lawful fence or not and the erson damaged shall have a lien ot the cattle committing the damage for the amount there and cost i suit However uon the petition of one hundred voters of any county or twenty voters of a ii v magisterial r voting district tiled in Ihe county court of such county asking a submission of the ques tion whether cattle or any secie thereof shall be permitted to run at large in such county Justuss or voting di trict the countv court shall direct the officers ol election in such county or district to oien a x11 at the iext regular election held in such county or district in than sixty days after the tiling of such petitioa for the purpose of ascertaining tbe will of the voters of such county or district tiKn the question whether or not they w ish cattle or any siiecies thereof to run at large in said county or district Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ horse kicked H S Shaler of the Freeroyer House Middleburg the knee which laid him tin in bed and caused the knee joint to become stilf A friend re commended him to ue Cham Ivrlains ain Balm winch be did and in tw das was able to be around Mr Shaler has recommended it to man others and aavs it is excellent lor an kind of a bruise or sprain This same retnedv is aKo famous for its of rheum For sale by W F Powars and T S NVon KNOWLEDGE Brinjrs comfort and improvement and leada to i rsnal enjoyment when riirhtly ust l The many who Ii ve hat ter than otln a and enjoy life more with xpeaditnre hy more tromptly adaptins the worlds l st irHK ts t the nee Is of Ilivsi al Ix imr will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced m the remedy Syrup at Fics Its ex ellence is due to its presenting in the form most atceptalde and pleas- Â¬ ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beaeCetal njroaertiei of a perfect lax Â¬ ative etlectually cleansing the system di spelUng eoloa headaches and I ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical ion lccau se it acts on the Kil n vs Liver and Bowels without weak Â¬ ening them and it ia erfecty free from every ohjectimahle substance Syrup of Figs is for sale hy all ilrug-gi-t- s in Hie and Isittles hut it is ninn n factored by the California Fig Syrup On oniv whose name is printed on every aaekaae also the name Syrup of Fiirs and U ing well informed you will not accept any sulistitute if oflered 1 vonr linif as they will mt la t long n Blak a special aalc t Dresa prices Goedi ire will also atakc Dont ililav hut eOBM at n ie -ial tr H J STRENG 1 Ilaean d Who have the lest companies Answer Ionel Turley 5 Fite insurance Powell S Turlev 3 2 Your dealer sells Kaeiroo Cigars Powell The best companies adjust promptly Turlev 3J Racimo meal ithout epial Dont neglect your insurance Powell m Turlev Safe and aure to reyulate the bowels Ayers Cathartic PHIs never fail to give satisfaction Recommended bv eminent ph sicians am still furnishing niv namaaaers with Jellico and Beattyuille Coal I ur-l an iaaaanaM coal atiacra trike began -- Legtl blanks of all kinds for magistrates and constables for sae at the oftice Prices reasonable Clivw TABLERS BUCK EYE stk bai aboat 1mi huh -- What about your insurance Jt Turlev NEW ADVERTISEMENTS OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES i POSITIONS GUARANTEED Business College Wiri foi caulogue A umur fttsnable conditions Ocr KREH 9C page Catalogue will explain why we can afford it BEST REMEDY BOLD BY AM - 8URE CERTAIN CURE known for IS yet as the This Supply Is Nearly Exhausted Ami no more ean be weenred until the niiners reaoaae oaeiatiaa acciiiit ofthe s areitv ol oal for the preaeas 1 will -- no bmti 11 r PILES ICsTIS Dragons Practical NASHVILLE TENN r kaetsj7 IIUIGGNTS IfXS ta Â¬ Â¬ Bookkeeping Shorthand Penmanship and Tele We spend more nionty in the iwcital of graphy our EmpIoyrnemDepartn iu than half tli business ikeinas tcition 4 week by our method book keepiQi is equal to 12 weeks by the teachinf old pi m 1 1 teachers 600 lI idRt year no vacation- - enter any limp Ciikap Bok v W have recently prepared books especially adapted tc DOUGLAS TURPIN CO pt Â¬ Sent on 60 days tn 1 Write ns and explain Sour anw N B We tav cash for all va- stenographers canries as teachers clerks etc reported to us provided we fill same HOME STUDY Architects 204 E MAIN Builders STREET RICHMOND KY X50 BUSHELS for immeiliate dlivrv toiuers may be supplied Assistants Thi- - - awaeaavy in arder that all an TAX NOTICE The City Tax is now dne Please call and settle Office at Jack Freemans store D 4- Â¬ Will furnish plans and specifications for all kinds of buildings and superintend same at the lowest prices Will also coji tract anv work in our line We are pre pared tj do the tintst work on short no-tic- Chas Ik CD LB Patti 1 L R BLANTON ANNOUNCEMENTS County announce ments City announcements No announcei ments inserted nnless acumpanied by the cash antkoriaaal to ami mice T GUICtS a caadidate for Jailer WILLIAM the subject to action of the Repuhl i Party IMr - Â¬ 3t- - office and Yard aar Main and B ata oaa afaan hUL nail haaaa Branch office at Middeltons drugstore R FREEMAN City Collector roa jAiirk - Â¬ pbv-cia- n- WHITE GIBSON Railroad Wreck Smash Upl Slau-iit-r- in- V Â¬ Saaa Priaam No Object t and Oaada rkiti1 aWarjahing Â¬ DONT FORGET WE HAVE THE LARGEST SPRING STOCK WE HAVE EVER HAD j of feres sL Chalhes a yard ca T I i natc ihU - Gweaaaa ca a 4C T vard Won Wool Henrietta j worth i5c Men Su BoyV Knee Suits ir ujlu Menb Suit S 0 worth iij8 14 mw ro worth Box 10 LATEST STYLES AND PRETTIEST GOODS AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH EVERYBODY Iamrlri 7 ju3 ii en straw ilau w iu Mens Suit 4 Suit j o worth uu duy v 7- - t2 x r anoea tc UP- Srv 7c ap Hc e sC a pair Mens - vu 1 r eue JZ Â¬ jara HaXrJh1ec Kaces 2 a vard Sf U 50c 0 worth c Towel c Waists t COUvnE Our Parasols fctrfj g rt - Â¬ Fans are tW jljx td looz rWllK y CoaM - U 30c a vrd I --a ji Ladies Slipp5rs roc up Ladies Sailor H 10c a pair LadieV Scamle Hose loc T at dollar 1 1 ox thk Market xi haf pncc- - OUR FANCY GOODS DEPflRTMFNT in r itv 0 000 worh Carpets and Oil Cloths at Ivalf priceMaoe Mifit AND TT S ita at Â¬ Vhte Wc are promwl where and ne r ml HRLY GET THE BARGAINS D0OT FORGET THE PI - Â¬ 1 OC WHITE RICHMOND 40- - GIBSON IvY NEW YORK STORE r TUI C WKDKERDAY AV PIJ aI llilVi A H M Tll trouble pew out of iiKK Mr inatid at from ing to a eniiiitawarnil agency which lie is known to keep his property represented a statement showing the well insured but as te the amount of in hitter was in a shaky condition finan- Â¬ eurauce on that dc ti M it can not yet Homto md Rorkcastle Sprinjas V lio is Thomas w VVeckeaeer cially le ascertained Mr Curie in tniveling li Ttrey are for genuin it invoicing trauus Look out for ins Rorkcaflth at U Ilmtil trip to Mawiotb Cave onlv N e local mLion fiuit dealers are shipping ocinoati e qi 8 - nana that Fntertainmc Sec Tiii to vonr n t tackle afffiari F Wei M sii aataatly tliieemeiits Mary i CampWII hat leen en- home la 1llistoii has Ken vet the Iig Hill pike He knees James B is apt I BaJUtrd has bean pa improving laupers and x -- bis triple Ham gal In m the it unty p ior hotl the streeta Uof the fourth in this thus - The reaeaaatiaa like ildero was clear out of sijrlit Whe the loafer eas It is predicted ll that the an caoae an influx of tran Kriu look out -- TIi truck and the rail- - next I iking Ti Then look out Citizens who iiiond at I Of trade Milliliter of tea arere tarty jail in aw - petty liiti ofl July - A I on the fsiiii is thev do not rd last I i intv lU of the hot sjudi mild lie I ling J spie the ell 24th and thirteenth - a M lull partica Poplar I d his M Hull the per iare kirk clear oat ed and ran - the I home Iik nillll- in the aoa boa ntral Im - he - ii -- ni call tl Fourth he ha- - lm to re- Â¬ down Main street on tbe led in v ille and i telepi ke tlirough the In Dooaa uil have one Zi - in the stand tbe linest -- iie t Hur- Â¬ rah for lunville A hoe handle isrdware blown load c r the and It head to anv incident - I Herndoi home OH into her i re k ha- Iike Â¬ la t In ing r lay It is a - me dwell- aintingand J M Rrown and J ere applied lit the exerts CI stopjier 1 ert Thompson and William Herd ii the Hh of lion the celebration ol the day b tieti A R Thomp as shot in the thigh bv The wound is i us i July at being the somewhere in t1 od las not vet Harriet lvn heard imm At the residence of the brides parent the light frm this iuuenso confla near Richmond Monday July Mb gmtion waH plainly visible in Richmond at It o clock in Mr Edgar Wanton and and vicinity It Was plainly seen at sevM- Lilly Miller were united in matri- eral points inite a distal RichJJivBoatman performed mond The roof of Hotel Glyndon afthe ceremony forded a khI view ot the tire and a B taatiiiag Trials Mather of he hotel and others saw it iroin that elevation lames lritnn was arraigned The origin of the tire is unknown Judge theiianlt Friday lur the killing of Fmnuiiel Coffcjr near lVea He waived tiirl Hale raatutaitif trial Daring the past week a respectable Frank Tevis killii Joe Wiseman looking woman alsuit i yo irs of age at Kirksx quitted plainly dreaded of rather stout build Vs e go ti preaa the examining trial w nose face 1m ire unmistakable evidi riil for killing lb J ill is in pro- of double was seen wandering about the Sadie Aldrich charged with thekilline city in a strange manner Sbegare her of Louis Friedman at Winchester an name as Mrs Amelia Harnett and is from Tennessee She artivel in Richiuond acunhaed lor the pin pose of Uniting her Neatly boni- daughter who she says was stolen - Uoe and his two sons were ar- - iron her home iaTeoaeeseeand brought lameShe siys her ilaugh an I brought to Richmond la i U Richmond Ky the J breaking into tei was IMated in Richmonl through a leltei she received from a party here by iiuMiin near I iie siwrc 01 i eating a large lot of clothing It the name of Thomas I hi vis She answer Â¬ appeaia that they accreted the stolen ed the letter siying that she intended to n the wimmIs about a mile In mi the come after her daughter and on her arstore tlieir intention evidently being to rival she endeavored to Bad Thomas return and take them awav The owner lavis and her child but her efforts of the stove with the assistance of others proved Inn she called at the poat ofBce tosee if her the thieves and alter a diligent found the missing clothing Be- - letter to Mavis had been called for and evisMj the thieves would return and get discovered that it had not la en delivered ponied her more than ever and idem be placed two men dose by to She was lor ticm In a short time the she seemed almost frantic questioned by one of the officers and ref remarked -- oucoov naaueea You ask me as to the lure since we icil late this story - in this motives any one could have in stealing We man I leave these gIt is just this A murder M this was said the men my child ut from their hiding plav and tiial will take place in the county where I live vei v loon and my daughter uL il- - - - iibMi in ni L illlli iiioiii is the them to Richmond Persimmons of the principal witness for the prosecmion -- t kind could not have pocketed Her testimony will be very damaging to oiiths of the robbers more tightly the defense and knowing this they deay if the remark of one of the captors termined to get her out of the ble - he came forth Aow weve gut em She appeared to be very much per onecalment They made no resi-t- - a clear one and will plexed at not tin ling Thomas Richmond If there is such a party here ip before the grand jury nobolv knows it The officers are mysI tified and dont know what to think of th Hw el lings i a matter of freqaeat li remark by the case It is thought that she is de that a larger number of hand mented but yet there is some plausibilShe was penniless and ind costly residences can be seen in ity in her story rthejitiea offered to defray her ex of ill than anv other ton n back to Ten net iicdid not the State This pleasing feature accept the oiler and it is thought she is of Richmonds attra still m the city though she bus not been the notice of even the most seen for two d i i o iinin null lt i iiii tf her story ia true ahe is to be pitied mad can not iKa i of half as many If Tin Unas Davis is in the city be - leocrf nd though her ji should cme forth and throw some light a ill not admit that uch is tl it all the same and a ctanpariaon on this mvsterioos case fun isll abundant evidence lea a lEKSONAL fact Within the city lia re are two residences ich the cornier Work is Mr J S Mclher oii of Luiirviile e of in the city four residences win Rev W F Smith is at the Lexington Chautauqua 150110 rali eight Miaseo Corinne and Pearl ientrv aie h and there arc at least it at the Chautauqua ii litlie under fNOOO A Miss Lou Bell of Virginia is vjsiting man who is in the position to tai- i y says tbe i iw of hand- - Mi s Flixe Bennett on the iius Mr- - Mary Williamson isenfoyingtbe te at tn Chautauqua unite i showing for a small city Jnslge rtobert Rildell of Irvine was it any wonder thai y en- - in the city Monday on legal basin - are turnetl toward Richmond Mrs v D Parrish returned Monday from a visit to her sister in Pineville A llapuj Kenl Near ills Jennie Ford left yesterday for a At oclock on the morning of Ju Mr lireen Bro land and Mis- - protracted visitto friends in Clark county Mi s Luiie Cockrtll of lnitie spent a - were united in mi few days with friends in this citv last home of the bruits parent v Win Rupard of Win- week It er performing the i eremonv Mi s ia Martin of St Louis is viswas a ijiiiet though beautiful wedding iting Mi- - Richard Boo I ware at Kingonly a small nuinbcr of relativet ston Tin attendance Mrs Belle McDowell is visiting her rere elaborately laughter Mrs Dr Hanger at Stanton ted with beautiful floral d iia Tl i rns ul oj m ere Mrs James Winn of Winchester is ipients of quiu a nuiubei of hand- visiting her mother Mrs Elisabeth Milplesents siliie of thelll COStly ler I ancestor avenue the couple left oo Alter the oereminy Mrs J I Dykes and two daughters a tour to Cincinnati and other points Minnie and Marguerite are visiting relais ithan lireen B Nolan Noland deceased He is a prosperona tives in Clark county Miss Mary Letcher of Richmond is farmer and is held in high by all who know him lie held the the guest of Misses Ittit at Chautauqua of Deputy Sheriff foi three years flit Sheriff when Nathan R Mrs Charles II Rodes has returned to of the countv and made an excellent her home in Danville alter a pleasant officer sojourn at Fstill priiiis Samuel The bride is a ilaughtei Mi s osteite 1oyntz returned home neiuhborho1 and Saturday from Mt sterling w here she her lovely character has endeared her to ii visiting relatives a wide circle of admirers and friend- Miss Alice of M F I has re M and Mrs Noland will begin housc- turned to the city trotna canvassing tour keejin near loylesvile in the interest of the school hj MUrtin f Mi Jesse Dykes the fTslill salesman Tbe oaaoara eiected in Madison llge at White A I iibsous dry BOeds store is No 14 were formally installed in office rusticating in Clark county la t Monday eveninir Miss Jennie Iernll of Richmond is N I R Shnwslerry visiting Mrs Ann K Tipton of Maysville R C Kirby V d street ML tjlcrliuu S iilintl lteuwcrut tary L J Fra Dr W ti White and wife returned II J Streng Tna urci yesterday from their delightful tour J ITOaad through Tennessee and the Carolinas The apointment of offieen resulted as Mi and Bessie Wood and as Mis- - Annie Fugleman of Stanford are - to X L F L Wardroper the guests of Mayor T T Covington and B - fr 11 rt-i -- Â¬ ti Â¬ I Â¬ a- Â¬ i g men and we are sorry him up The good wiaWoa of a host of mends go with hint Mr George M Wiilging was in Cincinnati last week baying goada He was within one square of the terrible explo- Â¬ sion of nilro glvcerine in that city on July 4th which killed Jack diver the noted sporting character Mrs Miftoii A Rayhurn last week eu- tertained Mrs Eliza Jackson of Tennes- see w ho is spending the summer in Rich mond witii her uncle Mr J Speed Surth Mrs Jackseti and Mrs Rayhurn were intimate school mates in Danville in Mis A T Million of Richmond Kv the Secretary of tlte State Convention ol Rebekah Lodges is ih Hie city attending Mrs Million is the the Chautauqua Superintendent of Public Schools fur Madison county and has the distinction of being the tirst lady in Kentucky to be elected to the office of Superintendent of Public Schools and after filling one term was reelected to another by a ven large Lexington Trantcript majority Rev Preston Iiake pastor of the Bap- Â¬ tist Church at Davton Ky was the guet I hciiault D city last week of Mi Rev Blake was formerly pastor of the Raptist Church in this city ami has many warm friends and admirers here His church in Hayton has a large membership and under his zealous and ener Â¬ getic work is steadily increasing lie is the father of two bright little boys and said lie I intend to make Raptist of thelll Like true American girls-- Miss Strauss and her sister Miss Carrie went on board the steamer Amstenlam to celebrate our Fourth on the water that connects tlte Old World with their loved home After an absence of four years abroad where Miss Iessie was the favorite pupil par excellence o the great est masters now living phenomenally talented as we know her to be highly educated and polished by contact with the lst society ol Rerlin and Vienna are shall in a few days have the p assure of meeting a young lady who will Im- an honor to Kentucky and the United States- She will Im home the latter part of this week ritigton Trancrift Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ miu-istelÂ¬ - killed but fur sartin they cant stav with nie -Nur ihey cant stay along witli me V ALLEY VIEW either seconded Lucie Pete resolutely Rev Delay preaches at Bethel ChristNur i the other two in a ian Church Sunday chorus The 8 1 umber Go basahot down go Il was but natural to suppose the exaccount of having no logs in their booms ploring ymrty would wish to stay someMis- - Jennie Stone will teach the fall where for they proposed to stay as long school at Miilers scliool house near here ry to unravel the mysterious sights and noises which had so lotnr held Miss Winnie Maupin of Richmond daughter of Cal Maupin will teach OCT the mountaineers iu such a state of fear when the Hanted WimxIs had to be school CORRESiONDKNCE Â¬ S Mr Each Crncbfield saw tiler for the Lumber Co has returned to his home Rev at Williamsburg Wm Crow Jr preached here Sunday at II oclock a in Also Sun lav evening at half tast seven Sowers and Bowman will start with their steam thresher this week They will thresh in the vicinitv of Kirksville Mrs W C Curry of Winchester am her two little Imvs Joe and Charlie are visiting Mr Joe F Johnson and wife Mis Currys sister Mrs J W Adams father W R Cor- Win Sim- nelison anil brother-in-lamoon of Richmond accompanied by Mr Zack Rush visited J W Adams and family last week Mrs It M Broadtlus of Richmond visited her brother-in-laami fainilv A J Broad Ins Saturday She was accomBroaddaa of near panied by Miss Bed House who will teach the school at siloani the coming term Igor Tata Â¬ immax bUXTM A WOODS Fourth of Jsry nhost Story I II UTEK I Â¬ The incidents related here occurred some six years ago and as none of the party 1 believe have given the story to the public I will You need not read this for blood and thunder imr ior some hi MMi cunlliiiif mystery although we had lnith liefore our eyes and ears But to the story were undeceived Leaving the valley country and as Â¬ LIEL1G10U F S 1ollitt will lsvin a protract- Â¬ ed meeting at Providence next Sunday Rv -- Â¬ M -- 4 i i -- -- lles -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I The series meetings at Slate Lick continues with interest A huge attend ance Sunday Protracted meeting will begin at the Christian Church Brookstown Sunday July 20th and will becondocted by T O Martin of Winchester Doriag tbe li t sixteen years the Women- - Missionary Society of the M liurrb South has raised and ex pended over 1800000 in foreign n ary work Dr J V Logan preached for h Rv s M Logan at tbe Presbyterian Church at Stanford hi t Sunday The latter is improving rapidly but is not yet able to preach Rev Lanaley McKee will preach at the regular anion meeting at the Baptist church next Sunday night Subject Labor and Capital Everybody should hear this discourse The Kentucky Conference of the M F Church South will meet in Frankfort on September 12th Bishop W W Duncan of South Carolina will preside and many changes iii pastors are looked for The Congregational Church at Mii ro will make an effort to buy the Four Seasons Hotel when it is sold in September and convert it into a school aiming to make it the largest in the oulh Rev Fife the drummer evangelist closed his meeting at Cynthia mt this week with over one hundred converts The churches paid the expense of the meeting and gave him three hundred dollars He will hold a meeting either at 1aris or Millersburg iu September The annual Madison County Sunday School Fuion Convention will he held at Republican Baptist church Saturday July Llst The program will appear in next peeks paper AD Baaalay school superintendents are requested to send re- Â¬ ports of their schools and a contribution of two cents per scholar and u n cents per teacher is asked liom each school for tbe support of the State work All friend- rdiallv invited Basket dinner on the ground i -- DIED of Rev John L Smith of Danville die last Monday morning at 9 oclock of inflamMrs lloI Fliabeth Smith the stomach wife Mm mation of The deceased was 72 years of age and was a native of 6 I IT R L L Z Taylor unty Fair C C Wallace Aaaoetation to Is- - held at Rarboarsville US L S L Midkill beginning sc ptenilier ias bcaai reIoniiu toi S B Turpin ami judging by tbe Bttfaetjow ceive L John L Rucker RSV jiromise1 it willerlina er vents L S V i I Armhrest In a carousal at Athol on the 4th of Chaplain S I Parrish Mticers in Boone Encampment No 4 July a man liearing the lustriona name Thursday evening June w ie elected ot Albert Sidney Johnson shot and morIn at tally wounded Elijah Gabbard Ls th and will be regulaily installed OH tempting to make his eacape Johnson the evening of Thursdav July 1Mb was shot through Joiineon thev are as follows irms once lived in the western part of Madi RC Kirby C P son F J Liimcomb II P An eighty pane of catalo--i- K of the 4th annual fair the ss a id 8 Jouett EG Iarrish wife lt Fx Congressman John D Whi IScattvville was in town Monday He is a candidate in the Hth District for a 1 term Mr M F Brinkley of Cincinnati was in town on business yesterday He was in the dry goods business in Richmond thre yean ago a Â¬ lth rt Peyton little colore a was arrested and incarr ilel last week breaking int P M pes residence a number on Second street ai of Hxket knives from J sample cae The tainily were away from home at the time He entered Uie house by forcing open a rear win A Ir Th f Hon C nlv and dan- - gerouslv ill last Minday laralvsisot There the stomach and Imjw some apprehension as t e child A late report li dition their physi- Waco is to the cian Dr K C I oynta f danger and cfTeci that she is uom on recovering A Mt Zioii irg the Har hie for the alf belong ofl taatoaving A om Dr J M chti near Mt Ziou to tn OVI i dustince of the I ge - hair The ait v an rump taken ilowu hauled home in a wagua aar A dis- Mrs Ann F Bean who has been on protracted visit to her brother Dr J M Povntz returned to her home in Ml Sterling last week Mrs John C liallard returned to her home in Ixxington Thursday morning jouett a W after a pleasant visit to her father-in-laN 15 Turpin J W Capt P P Ballard L J Frazee Secretary Miss Susan Amelia Milward of llolli- Tieasurer H J Sirendaysburg Pa and Miss Fannie Frazee of Maysville Ky will lie guests of tbe Destniftrte hire la Jessamine Letcher this weak Irobably the heaviest laai by tire ever amine county was that As we go to press Miss Carrie Hunter Co a is gu ing a charming affair at her home the destiuctiou of F J Curley atabie on Danville Avenue in honor of her atIhstllen- lU 15 Ixgan ot and cattle shcls at Camp Nelson on the tractive guest Mi- i iv night of the hii ins ll i 11 J Streng a prominent Iossf40or 5h barrels of whisky in the Odd Fellow thirteen mules and one of Richmond was in the city the past horse connneti n ue pmnr week attending the Chautauqua He is T1 fire originated abonf balf pi a candidate this year for Gonad Warden on apraan TjexingtOH oehs k in the Trantct ipt one x that to the other iroiKri Mr Charles Defy e utor of the Atlan- Â¬ il hundred barrels of whisky tis the Central University college jour- Â¬ in the free house but all were tared nal was in Harrodsburg this week per- Â¬ with the exception of the ahoTe B fecting arrangements with this office for numlter The light from trie burning issuing that journal --JlarruM distillery was lirfi- - noticed is ville at 30 oclock w hen alstut the Mrs Bessie Kwing and t atlc teleplione ntes ytgi Miss Mary Stock ham of irccn at the man in F J Curley icabetb Mannen and lnd and M tire A and their brother Clell of Â¬ caau - grand-daught- ir - J arrard county The death of Hon Marcus C Lisle which had been expected for several days occurred at oclM k Satunlay morning July 7th at his residence in Winchester Members of the family and a few intimate friends wen present During his illness he had stiltered little or no pain and the end was a qaist sinking to sleep The remains wore buried in the cemetery at Winchester beside his wife who died more than a year ago The funeral took place from the Presby Â¬ terian church of which he had haaa a member for a couple of years Mrs BaMie Elizabeth Phillips Weich died at her home near Hanly Monday night July Sad at 8 oclock inter a pro tracted illness of eight weeks or more from fever She was the daughter of Harrison Phillips and Matilda Pickrell Phillips and was born March ItOO on the old home place iu this countv where her aged mother now lives Here the deceased was brought up and lived until her marriage to Dr S I Welch wherein a home of her own she wrought out a womans highest mission as a christian mother and home keeer Tliere were born to her eight children si of whom are now living to mourn her loss Hon Jno IL Welch Dr Geo F Palatka Fla Dr Harry C Welaka Fla Mrs TJ Scott Richmond Thos and Miss Mary Welch Upon this highly honorable family she left the impress of her well developed character and no where can be found a woman who will live more truly than she in her children Her three brothers Judge V II Phillips of this place Theodore and Thomas Phillips of Winchester and two sisters Mrs Mattie Brothers and Mrs Lila MeGee were present and joined her bereaved husband and children in mourning her death The funeral services were held at the late home of the dec on Wednesday afternoon at 8 oclock a large number of relatives Mid friends A most appropriate ami im- Â¬ attending pressive sermon was preached by Rev W Noland from the test Wed done thou gsxi anl faithful servant as Sawyer who con- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 M ve of in he reading and Ah law 4fller s inflicting ingerous as Mr Richard White Milier called in d his our office it to No theritu uiauy friends tral oSeriaos cending river about sivty miles the traveler tin Is himself at the mouth of a huge stream which I again leave nameless Suffice it to say Wh streams Ascending this latter are in Kentucky stream or creek some half a dozen miles it divide- - the right band fork being known as Wild Dog which appears to issue from the depths of a silver w did as mysterious as wheu white men tirst stepped apon these lulls over a century ago Even the bravest of the bold mountaineer declared that rather than explore that Weird forest he Would fight a lion for his life for are riot strange sights there to paralyze and chill the very hearts blood and do not Strange clanking sounds emanate from those mysterious leceec The mountains rise to gnat almost precipitous heights oa either side of the ravines through which Wild Dog and West Ink flow All view ot the earth is shut out by the pine clad steeps save when Mking down the creek a lew green slopes may be seen This dense Woods which is encountered in the upward march known as the Hanted WmmIs which the road a narrow path following the ever varying precipices never enters We found this forest to be principally hemlock spruce pines poplars and oaks beneath whose aitlexpread branches a dense undergrowth of laurels MHsacha and other hushes grew iu great Uixur iance while over these and often climbing the tallest vines spread tlieirwclve in rich profusion The creek meanders a little way into its depths as if it dared not enter the gloom which the sunlight rarely Ktietrates and then seeks a lighter border The spring had BMTged into summer and the trees and plants were at their best Rears ter me like we nils nought hev er shower ter day The voice came from a field or rather aspot on the mountain side nearly a mile above the Hanted WmmIs There high up a slope of Brush Mountain four men were boeiag corn Now near the last of June the men were still hoeing corn for much is done with the hoe in these regions -- indeed it can not Is- - done otherwise that the bluegrass farmers do with plows and cultivators Ilicle Pete Collins and his two sons Lish and Bill had come over to help Andy Gwynn to lay by his crap At the end of the rows they were wont to rest themselves in the shade of several large chestnuts The eldest of the group Uncle Pete had spoken just as they Beared the shade and the others having surveyed the sky concurred jn the vatir illation Think yer is about right and the craps hev gin ter need rain mighty bad responded Andy This here coins aboun to sutler if hit dont rain ptirty soon said bill Uncle Pete was slightly gray though yet unbent His dark eyes and red clean shaven face were shared by his boys The whole gnuip were strong muscular men and seemed equal to the Andy was aotao parts they inhabited tall as the others but his appearance was as commanding His light blue eves shown with an honest light His broad shoulders brawny arms and hard horny hands seemed to tell of hardships rough ly met and bravely fought Lish observed that Onless it rains the creeks agwine dry mighty swn this year To which Andy replied When I come up by the Hanted Woods day afore yesterdav the deers war out in the creek 1 reckon the springs air all dry began Ilicle Pete dry er no Well drv if we uus dont hev rain purty soon shell ijuit for sartin The sun was beaming down from the meridian as the man started for the other end began Bill said as how Sarv Mary them thar fellows adown ia ther vallev country was stalking of gwine inter ther Hanted Woods Thats es how they say adown at the Settlement is Bills wife and she Sarv Mary had heard of a proposed raid some students w ere talking of making as a Fourth of July merry making while she was at the Settlement a few days before which place consisted of a small store and three or four houses all logs oue rooined and without windows save the store which could boast of a single sash If any one thinks I exaggerate I bid him go look 1 staid in thee places for for himself several months and am sticking closely to the truth Incle Pete shook his head ominously Twarnt fur man ter gwin thar Them thar sights en sounds air u ther very Ievil en es sartin as them valley fools try to u win thar ther trod Awightys shore ter send some judgiueut on em Thills es how I told Sarv Mary how said Bill an she sa they aint afeerd of any banta or spirits of durned Lucie Pete wliat think they know it Â¬ Â¬ t I prickly and stood listening intently heard a sputtering bnbWing sound near I tare ami guess the others did too It shone again ami Henry said Ignis and cal Fatuus -- Fools Fire lack to the tent Wetacatedthe ptaea and soon followed having now onlv the strange sounds tbeataaasj our attention When we showed Uncle Pete the photo he exclaimed What take a picture of a ghost aud wheu we showed him the bubbles of gas issuing fntri the wet earth among the ferns and explained the nature of the Iguus Fatuus he could hardly believe This we vcritied howNear the foot of Brush Mountain ever by dampening the place in the a house built of logs and without win evening and prodocinc the Jacks lanIt hail a low rough stone chim tern lor his and a few others Irenetit ney an- one door in which just now Tbe decaying vegetation was the author stMl a woman tall and slender of a of th rights but the second light complexion surrounded by three lavs search revealed another agency to clad in children all small She was account ior the mysterious sounds coarse laded garment made in styles Incle Pete agreed to go by hard perwhich were long since forgotten in the suasion as be thought be might get a cities The house was surrounded by a deer Crack at but he was really allow tig sag tenet of poles and brush most in tM much of a tremble to hold his In the garden principally onions the ritle steady enough to hit the mountain chickens were busy while a wirrgray I never knew bow it happened but I grass ami tall horse glased on the scanty heard a scream of terror and a strange plantins iu the yard This was where by Andy lived There were three or four succession of clanking sounds close All rushed to-Â¬ the sound of a pistol otlier houses o like nature up the creek wards the sMt to find Incle Pete in a and over the mountain wherever a spring dead faint and a dead fox close by issued fr hi the mountain side John stood there t mi grinning a victoThe shrill scream from the woman in rious triumphing grimace The fox had the door announced dinner and the men a piece ot a chain tsistened ahout his quicken their strokes though thev still neck and was apparently very old discuss the students and their fool hardy Incle Pete soon revived ami only trip said Well Ill Im dog gone aint war Ill bebonndea some terrible jedg uns fools and vou uns hev got some ment is sent on em prophesied Inch sense after all When Sam Iiake he continued Pete We uus had no trouble to convince who killed Jim 1ollard what he war the others when Incle Pete pointed to aplayin cvarls alon with and Inn had the dead fox and rattled his chain ia won all of his hogs and horse and Sam their ears got mad cause he didnt want ter give I understand he says since that we had mi up am killed him am war aruiiniu the fox chained there and haowod from the sherriff and er whole lot of em a bar it were Rut they still say the vallev fellers and tried to gw m ther Wiiuki i Hanted WmmIs Hanted Woods his horse throwed him When Travrliar and mashed his brains out OB ther rocks A aether on pcasure bent or but They say es how his boss got abetted at some ot them sperits and jumped and take oa every trip a bottle of Syup of tbe sheriff hisseif bet red er sound like Kit- - a- - it acts most pleasantly and er i ham a iankmg thar am t ts ti a ually on the kidney liver and bo human hein in thai for nih outer thirty preventing fevers headache- - and other year when Sam tried togwin thar and forms of sickness For ale in oc and j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i -- For Fine ROCK CASTLE Job Printing SPRINGS KENTUCKYS FAVORITE Go To RESORT Iocatel on R i cent ra re Rocs a a health and own an couldnt Jake Ball began Andy to add his knowledge to the list of tragedies And bottles bv all leading d ufactured by the California Fij Co onlv i Man inents Syrup connected with the mysterious heerl some terrible noise like er chain er rattlin and seen er light moving around in thar when ie went to ther Settlement to fetch the doctor for Ins wife last August what And that doctor was sick of the fever was so feared be wouldnt go back that night The end of the row- - were reached and down the slope the men strode to dinner These pMr superstitious people were strong in their belief that God never intended man to enter that place supposed to be haunted by a pint and that He never intended man to converse with spirits though it can be done They say it a spirit or ghost speaks to me it is death sure in a short time lowed as how he had Â¬ Â¬ -- KnlertitiBBients at the I iifrsity Chanel On Tuesday and Thursday ereaiags ul 14th and Joth the young society people of Richmond will give enti inents for the benefit of the Infirmary Tuesday evening concert by home talent d by Mrs Samuel Bennett of Lev inaton Thursday evening a a little entertainment preceded by children of a tion of over 2 and mut We M s going down hill price will do the trade by the Uil Its wonderful wh -- Perfect health - eldm found II genera really doe- - purify the bio - heart To Mammoth It M lKK II Â¬ Cam Attach Home gardens orchard During the few days intervening between this and July the rain I nek had predicted had fallen and the streams were running again The people in the Settlement and adjacent parts bad dis cussed the project and prophesied various evils to befall those foolish enough to Independ enter the bewitched WmmIs ence dav dawned slightly loude and ominous The tall ferns and Sweet WillUms nodded gratefully along tin order of tire Hanted Woo followed calm while the enameled pink and white belts of the azaleas chimed a melody to be heard only bv the fairies who visit our terrestrial sphere Several of the mountaineers were on the grounds early to again discuss the fiMls and their foolishnesa but the hys were there tirst for they came the aighl before And as much to Uncle - chagrin as to his relief they did not need any of his hospitality Thev had a tent and a large wagon which they bad covered in old time fashion CMik ing and eating were also provided for lulus pistols several lare knives a spy glass a camera and dry plates cords for and a large bottle of antidote poi onous bites completed a practical outfit Without much delay the boys laid aside formalities iu dres- - and robed iu close fitting substantial loth high Iroots and well armed made ready to start to their death if Uncle Pate and others of his neighbors were riaht The boys had not been lonsdeparted when two of them returned carrying an-Â¬ other who Miked to be badly done up It the hand of the Ird cried Uncle Pete when he saw them Just as More like exclaimed another said was the the teeth of a copperhead Imivs reply The antidote was applied and despite unfavorable prognostications of the bystanders he was able to be abbot in the evening Nothing was encountered by the others who returned late iu the day There was still mystery as they went into camp and the men boys and women who had been coining and going all day left for tbe night not without expressing horror that any one should dare to stay near this place at mght Near sunset the clouds gave a shower not long COW tinned and not verv heavy vet its results were important as we shall see The summer twilight finally faded and a star lit night shone over the land The crescent moan mountain hung above the weird forest and then dropped behind its unexplored depths leaving but little light to cheer die damp gloom The hoys were preparing tor agood nights rest having taken the precaution to station John Russe ami Tom Andrew- - is sentinels for the first watch till 1 a in from A hich time till daylight Rob Simpson and myself were Not that we were afraid to stand guard lid we do this but in order to have a good chance to capture any ghost tfiat choose to haunt this art of the dark old fort st We had hardly gotten quiet when Tom ran into the tent exclaiming Get Weve seen it eouie quick the camera and photograph it said an- Â¬ other We ridiculed the ilea of photo- Â¬ graphing a ghost on a dark night and hurried to the edge of the stream between us and the forest and there apparently wandering among the ferns and under indefinite ball SW a dim the th of light Toms machine snapped and he hail a photo in a short time The spy glass revealed nothing more than our a little more of two a sho had no re to cause waver a little pis was the next thought and hnr- tols riedlywe donned them and plunged into tin dark t fade and I 1 5 for the Tuesdu Jul v 24th Only nmnJ trip from Lexington including all expenses railroad fare bote hi Foi ouisville to cac and dinner in further particulars call on or address E B Wrenn Lexington Kv arm from Not todeal with WechcMcr meant g backwards What arc you going to do etc r H ed m - inaeu Fires like death and taxe3 have been ia the world since its creation y- Turley Pew ell Youll land in fare an Rare- - v graded to induce ram- - the poor house if Â¬ the per - don t quit paying rive prices for everything Try Wecaesseri prices on ground confections for a change and lar H The Cincinnati Cheap Store is selling There nticr was a t SBC out at cost goods could be bought a- tR f 1400 - cl 4 Go to F JYeager to have year watches Price tow and clocks repairtd Mr Credit Whats the difference be tweea a dollars worth of sugar bought at Weckesterl from a dollars worth bought elsewhere Why 3 pounds or 15 cents Mr Cash you chump 7000 Children under lore commodu Insure that big barn lev Iowcl Tur 3- o free free croquet free tree free bathing free hunting fret foot ball free rambling afterno free base bail For 25c vou can get the best meal city at Mrs Maiers 1st street Fake in the 4- - mountain hree What do uu think about r person that will rob himself constantly by paving three dollars for an article which he could get at 75 cents He ought to be dealt with Weckesser according to law and punished for steal mg I week frt picnic accompar free c ry week rum way up a canon un 3- rugged Twenty m -- Fire is a good servant but a bad Powell 3 Turley master Nerchaats Notice We the undarsigned most earnestly reguest those who owe us to call and settle immediately as we need money to run our business Our accounts are due the 1st of Julv We are thankful for pa t patronage and solicit the same in the future You and will please obey this notice at once We are most respectgreatly oblige us fully yours Win ie v Giaeow B L MiDDKtios grandeur in the West the most reman world accessible by ra y in the - and is No place o summer re ort ii to richly endowed bv nature as oid In her mysterious laboraRockcastle Â¬ Wall he Kk Farley Bros Covington Arnold Bro Claide Smith TA a-- Cc Geo W Pickets Jac k Freeman S L Midkife J D Dykes Chenailt tories is formed a depurative agent which art can only imitate The product is a Diuretic Tonic Diophoretic and Alterative water that has no superior in the treatment of chronic dyspepsia kidney nervous pros diseases genera tration catarrh asthma hay fever bron- Â¬ chitis skin diseases uterine affection rheumatism neuralgia and ai depraved conditions of the blood etc etc The combination wonderful natura ti of both the Carbonates and Sulphate of Â¬ iron lime magnesia and soda with chlo- Â¬ 47 c a glass Harvey Douglas ride 01 sodium in a - cold is Fancy ciders served on ice at Mrs Maiers 1st street Powell Turley prompt and worthy A trust Â¬ 3 32 Our a beneficent provision fullv recognized and appreciated by the thousands palatable drinking water blaze will start St Powell fc Turley Powell 3 Turley pay all fire losses Powell Work Â¬ Sanitary Condition Perfect Altitude over 2000 feet Fire Fire i Turlev Xetire 3 Thow owing the Climax for subscription job work or advertising an urgently reguested to call and settle Our accounts are due the 1st 01 Julv and they must be settled Dont wait to be dunned We need what is due us and it is hoped that those who owe us will repOnd promptly to this notice And Our up in iu Ready printed loll rate together with important law- - relating to same can be had at the Climax office very cheap The new law regarding turnpikes provide that the president and secretary ot every die county cr State roadinvsr clk shall make a settlement with the county court during the month of July Failure to comply with the law subjects t Fanner shootd rattier mvs supph rates i in a it be- - Prices A safe mm Are Retreat from Summer Epidemics Hates Moderat jsilent were ly ex- aires ook larn- - is Towed 3 mum ii etti- - i KENTU CKT CENTRAL BY PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS YELLOW THE SOVEREIGN PONTIFF Great 8tronsrth of Spirir Housed in the Popes Frail Body The Head of the Roman thnrel as He BLUE GRASS ROUTE ML C C SMITH lUYsli IAS AND SUMOMT IOND - PINE 9- - KkmTiKY - In personal appearance Leo XIII has a marked resemblance to those uicnger figures of taints WON to a i shadow from a life of fasting and as- Â¬ ceticism which Fra Angelica sc loved to delineate single figures with solemn faces full of profound thought or deep devotional expression standing Poplar Weatherboarding out against a background of brilliant bine or bright pold The pope seems Cypress Shingles to have only sufficient body left to house the spirit that longs to be at men Cat Poplar Shingles ialt rest He was always more or less deli- Â¬ 34- No a cate and according to the Baltimore N i A room DR H K No GIBSON Framing Lumber Sun one of the Boat cogent objections Daily Daily lwily BOITH BOCND he urged in the conclave against his PHYSICIAS AND SI IK being elected to the papacy when it pm Lve Cincinnati Siian 715 r n l kv Blinds became evident that the votes were 5i pn Kkhv tending toward him was that his deli- Â¬ P1 I cate health would in a short time ren- Â¬ Arr Part - io p m All V ir Cla- - roods der a new conclave necessary He is Arrs perhaps seen at his best during I pat t i Im DR A H STEWART Arr V grand thongh infrequent ceremonies - io pat ftHlTSICIAS ASD si RGEOS pm which take place in St Peters and at which he assists as the central figure RlCHJ KrVllCkY When seated in the crimson high backed sedia gestatoria which is bona up by long poles resting on the io a i shoulders of eight bearers who are clothed in crimson damask he may bo DR o A KENNEDY said to look his best as with a slight Ill sn 1 g I D S I li EOS is motion he swaying carried I along through the vast crowds Kt Bv the sides of the chair or sedia up near his head are carried the large fans ifiabelli of white peacock feathers which give such an air of DR C 1 BALI spleiiri r to the pactacla anil held PHYSICIAS A I 8 I l Et V over his head by eight poles borne by v luiilj Dally HOUXD IH Ex Sun dlstinguished noblemen is the canopy Ken tooti of white pearl gray Main St War K 7oo am Depot It moves and the sunlight silk which as in shows chang ing tints as varied und delicate us those on a doves breast The pope A E AULTZ If P j seen in such an occasion is waxy pale PHYSICIAS AXD SURGEON in complexion The great sign of life CITYPROPERTYforSALE and vigor is the brilliancy of hi Kl ll k which with piercing glance seem to take in the whole vast crowd and to see and observe each individual face H BRIGHT M I I have a me New Residence The heavy huge tiara which he wears at such ceremonies with its three PHY8ICMAS AXDSl BGEOS me icry crowns studded with pearls seems to oppress him by its weight and bulk DESIRABLE LOTS His hand trembles with nervousness or the burden of years as lie lifts it up on different treets in ihe le t nei from the superincumlient weight of i town ises and lots ua the great cope which enwraps him pahlic corners Also ot- - suitable lot DR CLARENCE VAUGHT from the shoulders to the feet and ax it to bless the people as he Stock Ten- - or Manu s passes At audiences which with un lactorie nlier description call oa BRANCH wearying good nature he still coutin being seen float I he I 11 POWEJ at Climax Office ues to five re which is bow reaching the dose of his eighty fourth Tear x sun DR JOHN M POSTER The constant surprise of those who see PHYSICIAS ASD St A v him and hear him speak in that strong I voice with the slow and clear enunciation for which he has always I ini nrr kinds of work been distinguished is that a man of m mv In tota such age preserves so well the brilliancy of mind the vividness of mem- UES WAGONS II VK ESTIXG WING M II LS HOOKER MINES ory tho keenness of intellectual grasp iLND Which were his characteristics from and other machinery rej Tir VETERINARY SURGI his early years However well he may be served and assisted by the brilliant BORHR HHOEIXG minds around him the acts he does and the letters he issues and the ad- A SPECIALTY s and discourses he makes are J and solely the outcome of his t own mind and the result of iiis own in nien in ATTOSNEYS tual operitious ea at Agt trial A Mure riaaa or cut Olass ELL The largest piece of cut g lafcs ever ATTORNEY AT LAW made In America was ately on exhirecta 4 Ki i bition in New York It was made at the pioneer eut fflaVM factory of the Inited Mates now about forty years running The piece weighed aerenty RNi B R R R W MILLER ponnda before it was decorated arid lost alMiut twenty pounds in the cuttATTOeSEl r it ing- It - a punch bowl eighteen faa ch hifli and twenty four inches in diameter The actual cot of productioa waiearly four hundred dollars and five men were husi ys in decora- Time Table No 19 In Ef- Â¬ He the bed STOVES in the inj u i SHACKELFORD a ule and makes mit it American cut ir ass makers ad that one Engiih house Mirpavvs at low figures fect April 4 1894 them ii some kinds of work but in iTTOKSEY AT LAW sNt that the continental jrlass cutters K do not equal their American rivals i uttera earn ren oaoder ate wage but the pay of skilled men 4 in the Inited States is from twenty sm m fiUKI Si GENTRY keep W NORKIS a GRA IES live dollars to thirty fire dollars per SHlingu to say American intiTESOCRAPHk e a broken crate let h into the ashes gi ventors hare not greatly Improved the a new one machinery for cutting- jrlass It still a ith S Pattiah eonaiftta ot the iron wheel fed with KlMUU sand for the first rough cutting the stone wheel with water for the next YOUR wwf LEAKS proeeaa the wooden wheel with putt3 ou must hae it men led or a new nmf dust for the next and the brush wheel SHACKELFORD Many native GENTRY caadoM for the final polishinjr STEPHEN 1 PARRISH oghl anri fix your uiu rs too Americana are now skilled glass-cutter- s Shortest and Quickest Route from Central DR T 1 TAYLolJ Kentucky to All Points North South Im and South west Through dailv OlMl Kkmii kv tram service between Cincincwclry nati Middlesborough Kv and Knoxville Tenn J 1 ASHBAUGH If and Points on UOJKEPATMIST R Richmond Kimukv Rekeailf 11 Kfert Jai 1st 1894 ncc on Fifth Street FLOORING AND on Mate Occasions Great Mental Mrur and Extreme Ihrslosl Weakness CEILING Â¬ LNR Dun Winks And 1 Cheaper Than Ever - A E CAUSE Â¬ - 1 j -- Â¬ Â¬ BLACKSMITKING Â¬ e I I VM ENGLISH -- Â¬ Stoves GRATES i- Shackelford Gentry Â¬ Â¬ I ATTORSEY i7iir Klll 4 K GUNS AND AMMUNITION RoBCf for s 53 8 5 C II BfiECK OS I to order A KY calding hogs zinc lined made ATTORSEY AT LAW KlMI GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE AND CUTLERY W H J A SULLIVAN ATTORSEY AT LAW Kent ckv street u SHACKE vO- ELKjiORN ROUTE fCX i DEM TR7 - DB1TTAL STJEGEET j A VATES VN L Vaa wi 1 NT V7 KDrrUQSEMIDLAND mm ant iti wszmz i iiT n 1 4f 6 05 6 MORGAN RlCHMOND Main t YATKS DESTLSTSStrtct Ken rrcKV 3 SEND TY Crtting Even with the Men Ithns long- been an acknowledged faot 1 th French matron doea not much time in lamentation when her husband airives at the period where clubs and stair dinners are more inviting to him than her society says the New York World Hut the regnlmr ly organised club to beguile time on such ix casions is comparatively new Such a One has recently been instituted by wives of a gToup of artists and literary men who hold a monthly gathering which they call the dinner des eonteaux The ladies have there dubbed theirs tho dinner des fourciiettes and it takes place on the same night at the honse of each mem- Â¬ ber in turn who alone on the occa- Â¬ sion is permitted to invite friends not belonging to the society One rulo laid down s thnt the couteaux are to come to fetch their wives the four chettcs after eleven oclock in the - evening- - Tho over Madlson Xatinna f WKLDV WBURGIN DESTB Richmond Street c over KhM Chcnaulti aiaouy No I KV FOIl I A NTS TRIAL MONTHS auBSCRtaTIOM TO THE instance of preoccupation which occurred in that city not long ago A teacher in one of the public schools pslcrd her pupils to write a sentence containing the pronoun I A small colored boy responded thus My mother made a ghorU ake It was so thort I duirit jet any of it Â¬ liar What IVu on lit Mind for 1 Post records a striking production of Georgia gold very hlgh I left hy she retorted sharply The gold in Georgia said he is In a perfectly accessible region which it there I say I cant find any dress in the makes it twice as valuable as gold pocket of your key he said dotrgedly that might be taken out of California A mine of enor Hi tone seemed to disturb her or he Black Hills she mous richness is of little value if it You didnt half look for it insisted is in an impenetrable region The gold I tell you I cant find any pocket in country of Georgia is in a perfect net- Â¬ the key of your dress he replied in a work of railways and the metal can be dazed kind of way found very near the surface thus mak Â¬ This time she looked at him ing it asily reached by the miner Whats the matter with yon she The water courses that pour down the asked ncrvously hills give the best possible power say he said speaking with much labor is cheap and easily procurable effort that I cant find any dress in and it is necessary to transport the In Califorthe key of your pocket ore but a short distance She got up and went over to him nia it was frequently necessary to haul IT JIST HArrKVrDTHAT WAT Oh William have it fifty or a hundred miles The value she groaned on been drinking of gold is controlled to a great extent He looked at her leerily 1 NEED THEE j by the cost of its production and the I tell you I cant find any pocket in ore in north Georgia being particular- Â¬ EVERY HOUR he whispered the dress of your key ly decomposed is worked with great She began to shake h itn facility It looks as if nature had conWhats the matter Whats the mat- spired to put the enormous amount f ter she asked in alarm gold in the hills of Georgia into the The shaking seemed to do him good miners hards and lie rubbed his e es as if he were It has been estimated that the gold regaining consciousness belt of Georgia Is aliout one hundred Wait a minute he said very slow- Â¬ tniies in breadth The richest sections ly indeed Wait a minute I cant in this licit have been found to be in find any dress in no cant find the counties of Cherokee Lumpkin any key in the dress of no thats White and Dawson not it any any auy poclet There A prominent Atlanta capitalist rethats it and a flood of light came cently told a writer for the Atlanta Confound it eonldn t Constitution some orettv trood stori into his face find any pocket about the mines and seems to have Then he sat down and laughed hysth ir whole history at his fingers terically and his wife wondering why ends There have been traditions in the name of gumtaeM men raised handed down for generations among such a row over finding the pocket in the Cherokee Indians who once ina womans dress ivcct upstairs and habited the northwest portion ot came back ith the key in two minGeorgia he began assuming- a retlee- utetie mood in regard to the vast quan- Â¬ It may have been a men- coincidence FASHIONABLE PHYSICIANS FEES tities of gold storVd away in the old but Mr Iushforth will never v ein red hills of northern Georgia There vinced hat his wife didnt set A Doctor iet SUDCHXI for Taklin a was an old chief named Cheynagowah tie in just that place on purpose V ht Trip with a Van1ertilt who could tell wonderful stories about Judge There is B great deal of talk partic- the richiies s of the Cherokee gold ularly among- physieusna concerning The present lK ation of the Cherokee A TIIIMILMHMS STlttlN the fee which Dr Keyea received for mills was one if the camps of the SpanIlfi ish invaders who under tiie leader his four months trip on the Valiant say- - the New York Sun invaded Mr Yander- - ship of De Sot eorir bilts faith in Itr Keyea is abaolntely their way to the Mississippi and afterunlimited and it was known that he ward on their return to Spain relate brought very stronsr pressure to liear wonderful stories alxiut the immense upon the doctor who by the way is as richness of the ore to le found on the prominent socialh as ho i in the world new continent The historic Etowah of medicine to go with him Keyea river runs through this country and had accompanied the Vanderbilt party the old chief used to talk a grtat on a previous trip on the Alva before about the superiority of the ore to be sue was -- unk and lost forever tor found on the banks of the little creek that trip it was said Mr Vanderbilt that emptied into the Etowah The sent hiin a check for sixty thousand little creek was of such importance dollars i his amount it may In- - men- Â¬ that it had several different names tioned is reported to be the yearly in- Â¬ none of which were at all snitable come of New York physieians who are They called it the Kio reek Blanket talked about as widely as Dr Keyes Creek and the natives would freHut there is always a great deal of quently combine the two and unite on Kio Blanket mystery about the income of the fashThese names were all ionable and prosperous New York derived from a Spanish source and physician In London the fees of even the proper appellation was doubtless What makes you so awfully a The Spaniards the most famous doctors are fixed at a Hio Blanquctta eyed stated trice which is seldom or never struck a trail along the Etowah and Looking for work Hallo deviated from It coss two guineas to keeping the much named stream in visit a doctor of the first class and one sight proceeded through the very A M KKT THOI OUT g uirea for each subsequent visit Only heart of the trold country and passed two of the title physicians in London over the sites of the famous i rank Pasco and Strickland mines charge more than this They have lin been made famous bv attending the There was an old mine near these famous ones which was formerly queen and the ryal family have han dies to their names and charge foaror worked to one hundred feet lielow the five guineas for the Lrst consultation water level and in its time yielded two and two guineas a visit thereafter No hundred dollars per ton This mine body knows what their charges are for was situared oa the little Blanket visiting patients at their own houses Creek A well known mining specialist in seldom call uxin others than royalty It is the generally accepted talking of late discoveries recently theory by the wnv that royalty never said It seems to lie decidedly in the pays the glamour of the physicians range of probabilities that ton of the name being enough to make the doctor precious ore can be taken out of the existing mines or newly opened veins rich if the proper machinery is used and BIGGEST OF BARRELS the shafts are sunk deep enough It is Hrldelbnrc Ton Only m Krt Heslde This a question of international importance where we may replenish the larts Monster supply of the precious metal The HeidellK rg tun is eompli thrown into the sliade and is in fact when the mines now bein- - w nothing better than a kegas compared fail I do not think that governmentWouldnt it be lovely Gwendolen if the ocean were vanilla lee Team with the monster that has just been al aid would Ik misplaced in opening You and you know are a couple of turned out at the Paris Halle aux up these valuable lands but whether Vins the largest emporium of the juice or not any action is taken by our govChicago Record Rpoons ernment the wonderful resources of of the grape iu the universe SATISr ACTOII KXIIAINKII This huge cask has a capacity of the Georgia hills cannot long remain eighteen thousand seven hundred and undeveloped ten gallons and measures twenty five a-- -s A MILD SPEAKING MAN feet in height The staves each made in one piece are bound together by How tbner Irnnlnirs Expressed Ills Dls- approval f Improper Condurt sixteen iron InBut the chief peculiarity of this mas- Abner Jennings was never known to terpieee of cooperage consists in its say a harsh thing to or anyone internal arrangement The tun of the says the Youths Companion His form Paris wine vaults is divided into five of speech was invariably mild and ex sections of naeqaal size bermetieally aggerated statements were viewed by ne another which enable it him as almost as reprehensible as lies to be filled with five different descripÂ¬ Once in the spring of the year when tions of wine without the slightest in- Â¬ the Hlueville roads were in a fearful termixture taking phice condition of mud and mire the team The tilling is effected by means of of a traveling merchant was stalled an atmospherical pump constructed on a short distance from Mr Jennings a new principle which sucks up tiie house The old man at once brought wine through enormous hose pipes and out M- - oxen and went to the peddlers conveys it to its proper compartment nice A lift gives access to the small doors The team could rot he instantly re- Â¬ Suburban Pstient- - I hadnt expected or manholes in the sides of the vat leased even with the aid of a yoke of that you would call again before to-Â¬ through which the workmen are ad- Â¬ oxen and the peddler who was a man mitted for the purpose of cleaning it of high temper and little self control morrow doctor When empty the cask weighs Doctor- - Well you see I had to visit out proceeded to vent his rage in langaage about eleven tons and ninety six tons which first amazed and then disgusted another patient in the neighborhood t is tilled and I tboagnt I might as well kill after the equable Mr lenniugs He bore it two birds with one stone -- Brooklyn as long as he thought was necessary rharacteriatlca of the Zulus Life and proper and then unhitched his Of all the races of South Africa the oxen and went calmly home Zulus possess the strongest character IM Al II FOR 1 went to try and help They are of fine physique and plained t his wife as he him he ex walked their mental endowments have been the kitchen on his returv but into universally testified to as remarkable talked so poorly that T came off he and They are full of a genial humor and left him ready at repartee They delight in TaaaP ne day he caught ItÂ¬ argument and display great rhetorical bing his black cherry some boys robtrees and surforce They raise quibbles with a veyed them for some deftness that only falls short of art speechless disapprobation moments in and has often excited the comment Boys he said at last that they would eminently adorn the culprits the sternest glancegiving the of which legal profession Of their language it he was capable boys I think youve has been said that it is characterized been dots very poorly by extreme refinement and in its pre After administering that stirring recision of grammatical forms and facilbuke he turned ity for making compound words it is1 slowly away to on hisheelsand walked the barn and never re6carcelv inferior to the Greek ferred to the matter again effort Â¬ Â¬ 1 the parlcr or vendome The donghnut may have been too cosmopolitan an the hands article to claiming what Yankee uf an t ver equaled fried hose an oderivation confounds the dictionary makers who call it a kind of doughnut first bronght to perfection bv Capt Kroll pronounced and sometimes spelled crnlli the whilom commander and Duteh church elder at Fort OrTo this day the ange cookey koekje niKlles hodgepodge smear case rulliehies cold slaw and other dishes that survive in New Kugland farmhouses are despite their changed pronunciation and spelling pnwifs that the Yankees enriched their monotonous menu of early colonial days by borrowing the more varied fare of their Dutch neighbors in the w est and south As for he popnlar American winter breakfast luxury the bnekw heat cake it was irtr xluced from cntril Asia by the Hollanders acclimated cultivated Nx kweit anil in named beechmast the form associated with heat sweets aroma and gxl cheer is a Dutch invention BEYOND A HIM OWIjtng GOLD IN GEORGIA jiKFMnr BKronie and that b far- - ltmlnuda Kcaaun to Totter Wonderful Resources of Undevel Â¬ The mans wffa had asked htn to go oped Mining Regions Dxataira and look in the pocket dress for a key she thouuht was there Ton nt Prarlona Metal Xald to B and being a man willing to accommoUt Available Tradition Hand long so It was a date he had done Down AmoRf the Chero time until he returned and whec he kee Indiana in his did there was a peculiar eyes sa- - the Detroit Iree Tress Pome time ago ft prominent geoloI cunt find any key in the dress of gist on being- approeclied on the sub- Â¬ your pocket he said with a painful ject spoke of the possibilities of the Â¬ Â¬ ommixioii Thi ruKl an r i n open i -- taaaaaaaae-RB 1 X Ir- hk Â¬ arraiig- - tr Lady uf the House I ain lone widow sir and Ragged Haggard Id like to aceom tnodate on maam but lama betrothe I - 1iick 1 - across was a Jaar ned cp a tb the van it - A IIMK VI DNCIlSlON a at upL r bag apaa the awe had if - 3 n v iag their out upon ONE STREAK A contents to LUC- TrM tt Vai L Jfl rfttrf jS a ft OF GOOD of a luck Millionaires stoty of a FIotj aca In Kty hoods hat is the luckiest thing happened to you a H ra al N 3 Do 00 mean ic mil -- a Â¬ with plied V I I Â¬ lucky anaaa H pie w 1 K a -- Â¬ tcfine Tack ysr Zr - do myself - call V s a e - 1 Â¬ The Othman then THE Dr They say h large he cant get rid of it nh of Them There g so J luck life lai it yitang m that home riv fir Truth I hea a single Â¬ llTlsT II U1 rr KELTS t- 5 i plovers just 1 thirt n left - qgr- - - is s - -- Â¬ pr t y - anything like steps to s a ha my ama I Â¬ Â¬ aloi Â¬ R fk r V r - iplli moment a better and i lr MaiL TO THE l 1il and each was if tc Â¬ jM7T - Ij 1 l s f have char -- Â¬ lEjn pats ji k j 1 Tom Dick or -- TVr n Pat- - AN uv me frind M so he reqi--aname wife ELEVATED CHICKEN i FARM v Rawing Broilers In Otj of a MMIlllR WITH the vacant - iir aim care of a ever ka J ard ntxier Â¬ I Â¬ Ua start I aut Once more I must ha t- - yon my 1 1 n have a yonthful mo- Well perhaps the irrevocaoi I am doubly vr npii ned -- in my irreprv re t a that mlighters - own Lai are or ther consideration to a day or two Isfur- - Kit jam ens a -- r and A VERY BAD S4 K fE hve to ahual grow in the warm roosa sad pipping o I When they are eight or old they axe Aats tt aariassT the rem I 1 Â¬ ji sS one which aj A V s Glohe 1 a sandy road in fro long at night n abtl rn Â¬ half an Inch amine It and foun Â¬ Â¬ was a pn marching three or four a very close or little piece of a gr was a continuous line of greei out any break went back Leave Richmond i 5 yg p am I r-i sop p r 7 y mn j m 9 00 a at 05 a 7 oaa pm p ns P A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON - ilsvillc Times AND Kit HMOMI hour- KtMCCKY miding 4 9CST AFTERNOON fOJTH 5 ta Main 53 P Street Office M C XMtftCAV C A MOST IWQUANTITt BEST IN QUALIT- - Jjrket Quotations itest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports CISCCLATION IN THE SOOIH lSiWHPs J rzErfrftfrnnm KmrtB fe r T Mtor NX it 3 WORMS WHITES CREM ft aeaOO AND OVER DAILY IJS CENTS A A 0fX Has led all WRM emedies ZEHY BOHU lUAUMTEEOJ HVVSaV4aatVjBa4ar4rTHE VERMIFUGE FOR SO V1AII8 hhihwhjm - aVIOIWaTXI 5 o a Year by Mall HALDEMAN Bus MAaaoER OS Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY lJ Wmk T KIMKi aTNUaan1 ona W afaaTiial 3kCS5 LOOK HERE SALOON Here I am with the ven beat Met the market Coue ami gtva us a trial and see for yourselves We have choice Beef ii Veal Pork Hams Race orned Beef etc We thank you lor past patron- I iiiiiiuanre in fu kc- ture 37 1 W DUNCAK CORNER y OWES MOST TO THE DUTCH Few of New Encttndn fnllniry Ideas Can lr Traced to Old lhclun Even in Connecticut was the skill of the Knickerbockers admired says Har- Â¬ pers Magazine A new invention or improvement was said to beat the Dutch The Delft tiles oa the hearth the crockery on the dresser the blue tiles lining the front of the fireplaces in the lest houses show how the Dutch Uad a part in the evolution of the New nd house Dnndreds of open fl re- Â¬ places in New Enrrland were decorated with these tiles after the Dutch fashion and contained not only proverbs in porcelain but abundant Biblical illustration l rom the evidences of relies nearly as much of the imported fine furniture of the northern colonies came from Holland as from England Xot a d the old teapots and other table service which followed upon the in- Â¬ troduction of these oriental irt UIIUH3 at the beer and tankards u ujuceu come over from Holland not on tne Mavtlmcr as so anachronistically alleged When ihe open fireplace gradually gave ipposed improvement it was to a Dutch thing with a Dutch name Ifit only in Plymouth but numerous houses had what Â¬ Life BEtilNNIVG AT THE KIOlT END Jl He j usually larte cided to be Siie Mary And thi- - aiilliners hill ncrKt m al is un- Â¬ j you zine neu up smoking and and tlu club Lippincott s f we have ben Havent Maga- Â¬ horse-racin- g Is located on the corner of First nd Ir Teets They have 14 vrar old An and home made wb oiuies and Ira any amount from a rices out buggy or send it fine big it Mershon uill wait on 17 wc a Di THE That familiar expression in the fruit trade a baked banana does not refer to a banana that has Ken baked in en throughout a culinary sense Bui itnv wholesale daaifir in the fruit will tell yon nor by l that it is a banana that lias been too hastily iiler substitute of tin It was under this spa ripe tel a garUnt the re ult being brick and that while it is niv a ut i CLIMAX FOR ALL KINDS OF at die bar or in Wm M and row n bre it is is aro picked ii -- Life AGRICULTUREOF THEANCIENTS In the countries bordering on MILLIONS IN SILVER the polar seas where the changing seasons Grain sad Vegetables Raised by the CHff Philadelphia Mint Vault Opened After bring alternately the two extremes of Dweller Uavlni Been Ie kcl TSSI l Years dearth and plenty birds are more nufn the wilds of Colorado and Arizona The hue vault at the mint known merous in the short summer than any- are found extensive ruins of habitaas vault C in which ha- d op where else all the world over and in tions which from having leen built for nearly four 1 winter are absent altogether All are in the face of steep cliffs have re standard silver dollars was op immigrants there by force of circumeived the name of cliff dwellings few days ago Ms the long and stances In like manner the birds of Iheseruins says the American laborious task of counting this big temperate climates are affected bv the culturist have lately been explored ly amount of money was seasonal changes though in a less de icientists and in them have been occasion was deemed 0 npor- through the influence of cold and found numerous human mnmmi tance says the Philadelphia 1 neat upon their fcxl supplies rather These people were of ordinary there was observed snspi than by effect of cold upon their wen formed and had hair of astature blonde protected iKxlies According to well color which goes to show that they ity Dr Caleb Whit Li from Washington to tell s Living Age a coat of mail is not were not like the red Indians of the mint bureau Frank to be compared to a coat of feathers for present day Tbev knew nted the crt of Superintendent T wnsend safety so fur as a birds life is con spinning and weaving the making of Bonbyshell Col Bcsabyahellsaid V L cerneu Layer upon layer of son rep ornamental cooking utensils and the can withstand any amount of feathers forme- ntendent water or oioi ones- making But what is of resented the Morgan William E any degree of cold In proof of state this still greater interest they raised corn treasnry examiner was also present see how the delicate tern l tin Vbn after winterpnmpnins and other Inited States ing in comparatively mild weather vegetables Treasurer Daniel R That these crops were Morgan go back to the ice floes of the polar who with his ened aaa raised by them is Indisputable a I to be in and lay their eggs on the bare ice have seen great qnar this ity and a v mpanied by each Maj Wurman witoeaasd the For two or three weeks the tender that were taken in a dried state from of the seal and afterward brca t of the sea swallow is preased heir dwellings It is interesting aie a tour uganstaeoilbloek of ice Again a note the great improvement in to of inspection of the another example of the influence of com of the present day over Ashier of th that food rather tluin climate ir mint having was raised by the ciiff dwellers which ombina- T i The tion of the va bi r1 t e tne COKiDV of corn of the latterwas very ien smallbotn to thedoir Thiswase iflco is a the kernel and in siie of the ear This but when the inner uoion on th contrast goes to prove what a wonder some dMnaraHar aru ful effect human selection the lire and good evtia a cian i and Malta and oj Tntivatxm can produce on plant Ufa the no I or e found Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ trace it further in tha then followed it tor several It entered the grass o of the road h Whether it was Pain Patricks day with the ai political jubile tog has always n torn A r 1 Paris - Iaru Tr baadrvi- - Ethics cabii mar by Â¬ - f I awhile as a i Â¬ canailic ansn sake a change r unepithets put me r instance lb eoarso yon - tK upon the p shea a had to r le ar Tia - n- - -- b- - Â¬ ft--- 1 unknown in tin J jeo Man k L iKINTIV aK j arui j0B evolution in the s not ard wen ngs robes made of feathers also dnnkets made of wool nd cotton and crutches for the nvaltd where these peo- T i fasL ell bolts frvan BaSI This was soon overcome tl howvr EDWA1 4nasonareiuBoloa7v an airricntiml 1 T WILSON Bill 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