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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t s 9 Q VOLUME disgm IRC I IT VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS I WORDS l Herald Estcilolislaccl 1879 RICHMOND FOR YOUNG MEN MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY f1II Climax ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jstl3lisliocaL 1887 MAY 15 1895 8 NUMBER -- 6 49 outty dieectoey COIRT B A same negative ott Attv S H Thorpe Crutcher S E Scott Fund S E Scott ird Mondav in an- Monda in April and Monday in September and le- - roi ludge I I KT I lames R Burnam bale Tevla Cobb S I rrr 1 r M K G Brown F i ilS ok Mrs 1 i on the first Mon I I 1 third Simmon third -- K R Wt- odd first Sat- -- fond Sat - V lira ber RERI A lary KT Mil irth Satur T 11 Gabbard Mar- - zz KT P 11 Sullivan n Fee- preemsn on the first Tuesday CITY T T Covington Maior H A irer CHffSCH riSSCTOET 5 it 11 tm astor Pa - - it W Pravei I- V- Pa--- - lorning and lernate every 11 - a and II In S r Res A B MTIST r rday 9 a E H in an i Sunday Rev dav II am -- Saturday and Barnaul j fourth Sutidav Pai iturdav month at a r and 5 7 p a on Sun Creek Pastor Rev R L An urday and following ar Inion Pator Rev J I Wills Saturday and lollowtaf Sunday lev 1 I Wills Second Saturday and Sunday II Campbell r Rev T Wa ndav and preceding Saturday RRtL AmRer rd Sunday and prccs iiiiig Satav - - nans Chanel Calvinist first Saturday Pastor Rev Wm Rupard Cnited Goodloes Chap I Speedwell Pastor H Daaaoav First Sat eataaai urday and Sunday in each month Gilead Pastor Elder Pike Third Saturday and Sunday Hats Fork Tiiird Sunday and preceding Saturday Second Saturday and Pilot Knob Sunday Pastor Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Rev Kirksvile brick church T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rev M A Jonee d Sunday and pieceding Saturday and fourth Sunday and Sunday IV Rev R L Cane Sprint Amirosr Pastor First Saturday and DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre- Â¬ ceding Saturday Pastor L H Reynolds Fifth Sunday j W Harding Glade Third Sunday and preceding Elder Cartwright Saturda Ktrksville Second and lourth Sunday Pastor Graham Frank Pastor lease Bethel Third Sundai Caldwell easant Second and fourth Sun- Pastor days and preceding Saturdays Sabbath schooi 10 a Â¬ m L H M Zion day in each month Reynolds first SunK L Cartwright on 1 1 Â¬ third Sunday Smith F Elder W Richmond a m Services every Sunday at Sunday school at 930 a una 730 p m m Praver meeting Wednesday evening at 730 Second Sunday White Oak Pond Reynolds W L H Union Christian Church Second Sunday in each month and Saturday preced i Elder W S Gamboe Pastor ig Morning service and sermon at 11 oclock Evening service and sermon at Ladies at 4 clock duing the winter Soei tvon Friday at z p m L M Wil iins Rector CATHOI CHKIST CHUCH EPISCOPAL Richmond Pastor Rev Father Ma jor Serviae first and third fcunday at Lecture and benediction on the 10 a m same evenine he BEST era does the THE cum beat work and vou ujht Give Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest US Govt Report picture Young men your memory is made up of the negatives of an im- Â¬ Da A II STEWART All that you see mortal photography or hear goes into your soul to make PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON usually spherical n orm though in pictures for the future You will Anil Otiey the lawn of fiml 1 her Have some rases they ire ival semi elliptical Kit IIMuMi KhNlTi KY ltrtch Futiirt H rore 1 lit m In tlie hae vith you till the Judgment Day antl even od shaped The ggs depos iTedivtitin of Krv T UrUtt the negatives of all the bad pictures ited by he salmon brook rout shad Fn Talnucf II MS Main ovtt Covington you have ever looked at and of all the separate species and some ew il thing More Residence 6iu North I have been a midwife for many debauched scenes you have read about Believe the Income Tax is Doomed ami smooth on ther surface ire i Street 4 he like - MOTHvears and in each case The subject of Dr Tnlmao es ser- Show me the newspapers you take ami cr a liver pill while hose of jther ERS FRIEND to Defeat iieoiawJUiid wo mon by reijnest of six younp men of the books you read and I will tell you are joined together by means t dsrs ind ifcorhool later sad kmened IU O A KENNEDY Ohio was Words With Young Men what are your prospects for well being on These is tha best remedy for RJ minute threads r filaments But few people who have passed liftv in this life ami what will lie your resi si 7IV AND SURGEON various narthodl if depositing ggs ul Conclusion May Be Arrived st years after the star on BREAST known ai Richmond Kjuaucmtr years of are are capahie of giving ad dence a million low some o ling to weeds ir other m for that alone vice to young men Too many tie in which we now live shall have d nipped before they were required and worked Early Next Week T J IIiii committed suicide at jeets some to Boat singly and othi Mrs M M lire Ala th Knililing Xn 04 Mam Street up their counsel by forgetting they ever out of the constellation I never travel at least half an hour after they South Carrollton by taking sixty grains sink to the bottom and find their way k were young men themselves Novem- Â¬ on Sunday unless it be a case of neces 13- might have quit Dales you are will- - of morphine He was despondent over Jnntlce Jnrkfton Conflnen Himself Irely into cracks snd revices n the rocks ber snows do not understand May time sity or mercy But last autumn 1 was ing sometimes to work twelve hours of hard times to lnquirim in Regard to th Interpre Â¬ mud etc n week f looser betile Beak DR JOHN M POSTER Matters mailed The east wind never- in India in a city plague struck By the day yoJ will remain on the low tation of Varioun Feature- of the Joe Ikk Brysk sentenced to four Some very large species if fish lay understand the south wind the hundreds the people were down levels anil your life will be a pro- - years for killini- - Tom Baird ami who Law licld bj the other Justlrri very small eggs while smaller repre- BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON We went to longed humdrum Autumnal golden rod makes a poor list with fearful illness took an appeal has concluded to ac- sentatives of the same class may deposit SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS IND at leeturinr about early violets the apothecarys to get some pre Kh Wonl the next Remember that it is Cept the verdict and was taken to the Washington May 13 Any surmises a life germ out of all proportions to Generally when a man has rheuma ventive of the fever and the place only a small part of our Life that we Eddyville penitentiary the otherday as to the fate of the income tax based its own size To illustrate I will say mi Street between Second and tism in his right foot he is not compe- Â¬ was crowded with invalids and wc are to pass on earth Less than your Pknsions were granted as follows upon the conference held Saturday by that r hfaia the famed or the infamtent to diseuss juvenile elasticity Not had no confluence in the preventive finger nail compared with your whole Original Wm H Haggard Corydon the supreme court justices are of little ous the sharkthe sea lays an egft of line v tiger of one man out of a hundred ean enlist we purchased from the Hindoos The body is the life on earth compared Henderson county James A Crowley value for the simple reason that the 13 THE BEST only alxmt one half the bulk of a com Q W EVANS M I and keep the attention of the jronng mail train was to start Sabbath evenFIT FOB A KINO with the next life I suppose there Onton Webster James Robertson conference came to no definite con- Â¬ mon hen Iflg while those of the marine ing I saiil Frank I think the Lord are not more that half a dozen people Oakdale Breahitt Chocklet King clusion Justice Jackson did not de- catfish are alxiut the size of robins there is a bald spot on the eran alter 3 CORDOVANi dp Rl HHOND Kt TI CKY I attended 11111 lawiimwi ii in a large meeting in will excuse us if we get out of this in this world a hundred years old But Evarts Harlan Additional Aaron clare positively what his position would There is also a wide difference 43FlhCCALfaKMMMt Philadelphia assembled to discuss how place with the first train and we very few people in any country reach Brewer Warfield Martin Ikinc He confined himself largely to inbe Increase by the in the number of 3s POLICE 3 SOLES the Yoang Mens Christian association took it not feeling piite comfortable eighty The majority of the human Caleb Beck I lisville Frank Weaver quiries in regard to the interpretation different species efrg deposited during the breeding the of that city might be made more ai till we were hundreds of miles away Now what Henderson ALred Rucker Finchville by season desirrace expire before thirty of various features of the law held For illustration the brok EXTRA FINE- re for young people when a man I felt we were right in Hying from the an equipose in such a consideration Shelby Original widow Pauline other members of the court N ti trout only deposits from W s2i7i3cYssamSHaa and made some suggestions with plague Well the air in many of our If things go wrong During the two days which had in- the salmon from 5oti to 15000 the it is only Burns Keene Jessamine is stuck through with a worse such lugubrious UMM of voice and a wl ile tervened between the final argument black bass from oooo to 2oiioi- the lake for a little Have you DruiNG a violent thunderstormlight manner that seemed to deplore that plague the plague of corrupt and not enough OK to ning struck a large stable belonging and the gathering of the conference pluck moral TAYLOR trout 12000 to 17000 shad HJ Jet away from stand everything was going to ruin when damnable literature the and the to Venable Ci rpenter near Hopkins he had found time and energy insufjostling SEND FOR 12ihhi white fish VMM to 7r000 Â¬ already old friend of nine at 7 years it as soon as possible an It has injustice ami the mishaps of the ville killing several fine horses antl ficient for a greater effort than a care- mackerel liOo000 to SMtM the halibut LOOULAa BKOCITTCKAIASS RICHMOND Kfmivky as young in feeling as any one ruined the bodies minds antl souls of a small parenthesis between the two stunning Mr Carpenter who lies in a ful perusal of the statements of coun Over One Million People wear the sturgeon 701 That multitude which if stood in solemn eternities sel and comparisons of those argu- Â¬ codfish 01 at SO arose and said It is a good thing to get critical conditijn from the shock W L Douglas 3 4 Shoes Tewelry good brother who has just atl column would reach from New York ready for the one mile this side the story thxt Miss Lucy Hamilton ments with the opinions previously de- Â¬ Some fishes build nests in which to AI our shoes are equally satisfactory icct u will excuse me for saying Lattery to Ciolden Horn The plague marble slab but more important to of The Marshall county attempted to com- livered deposit their eirgs antl rear their young They tiv the best alue frr the menev that a young man woald no sooner go The plague The subject was far too grave and This is true of the black nosed dace get mixed up for the interminable mit suicide alter refusing to marry a nev equa custom noes in style and tit DR II K GIBSON and stend an evening among inch fun Word the next Never go to any miles which stretch out into the dis- man to whom she was engaged and complicated for anybody in Justice the lamprey several varieties of the neir wearing quMimea ar un ur he prc d a uniform sMmp eral tones of voice ami funeral ideas place where you would be ashamed to tance beyond the marble slab A few being jilted by another is denied by Jacksons physical condition to com PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON er other 5i ti sunfish the four spinetl stickleback the ot religion wnien that brother seems die Adopt that plan and you will years ago on the Nashville and New her brother who says nothing of the pletely master in tne short time at his ttntennarias the ptrai the black goby rrim dealer Laiinot supply you wc can sola by JI your Kentucky to have adopted than he would go and never go to any evil amusement nor be Orleans railroad we were waked up disposal and he wisely contented him Â¬ and several otl s and var kind occurred JACZ WMMBMMM self Saturday with going over uncer sjxiid the evening in Laurel Hill ceme found in compromising surroundings early in the morning and toltl we must Coumiu s PiiKips of Warren county tain points in the company of his more In s me cases the male fish is provided Mic iS and 20 Sectery And vet these voonjrmen of Ohio How many startling cases within the take carriages for some distance who murdered his brother while the with a natural pouch which the female BttitVBOaet 27 and all young men have a right to ask past few years of men called suddenly Why we all asked But we soon latter was in betl at his home has robust associates who hail been able uses as a nest in which to deposit her to give the question so much more eggs To this latter el who had many opportunities of out of this world and the newspapers saw for ourselves that while the first erred statement detailing the parAS HOOKER studying this world and the next surprised us when they mentioned the four or five spans of the bridge were made a of the crime He denies his thorough study than was possible for the so called sea horse hippocampus ticulars world to give helpful suggestions aato locality and the companionship span that To up further on there was VETERINARY SURGEON statement that his brother at- him decision of the court will not be the pipe Bah the glornata and otha w hat theories of life one ought The to put it on the least Important ground had fallen antl we could not but shud former him with a knife and he killed St similar habits and construction tacked rendered May 20 but it is probable adopt and what dangers he ought to you ought der at what might have been the poss- Â¬ him in self defense o to any such forbid Republic When he is that a definite conclusion will be ar- Â¬ shun Attention young men den place because if you depart this ibilities When your rail train starts brought to trial he states he will plead Veterinary and Sterility a Specially Those Kaster Girl rived at very early in the week JusFirst Jet your soul right You see life in such circumstances a long bridge you want you put on is willing to sufWhat an artificial smile that Miss tice Jackson is very anxious to get that is the most valuable part of you officiating ministers in great em to be sure that the first span guilty to murder and Ky fer the consequences Scrumptious has Did you notice how away from Washington the most important room in your barrassment You know- - that some of of the bridge is all right but Tin preside it of the Kentucky FuThe officials of the government have he smirked all through service he parlor of your entire the ministers believe that all who leave what if further on there is a span of ATT0E1TSTS Directors association proposes Yes dear but you mustnt blame nature Put the best picture on its this life go straight to Heaven howev the bridge that is all wrong how then neralthose of lis calling should cease practically abandoned any expectation that walls Put the best music uinier its er they have acted in this world or what then In one of the Western to style themselves Undertakers or that the court will be in favor of the her Its the most natural thing she V K SHACKELFORD Brooklyn Life constitutionality of the law In fact oossesses inches It is important to have the whatever they have believed To get cities the freshets had carried away a even Fiwiera Directors and should n right and the dining room you through from such surrotrntlit ATTORNEY AT LAW bridge and a man new that the ex- - adopt the euphemistic disguise of there is reason to believe that Attjr THE MARKETS Gen Olney and his assistant vent into and the cellar right and all the an appalling theological undertaking press train would soon come along So Morticians Kfntivky court last Monday with the conviction your nature right but One of the most arduous and besweat ini innati May 11 rooms of he lighted a lantern and started up the T J Hall a distillery watchman 3 754 00 FmoTnc c- - trmrri mrro trnn prine patent FLOTB w ii that the arguments they were about to oh the parlor of the sou ing efforts of that kind that I ever track to stop the train But before he committed iiiutil in1 i j itn suicide by taking sixty make would fall upon unfruitful s il fanev prinK family r Richii Be particular about the gnesta who knew of was at the obsequies of a man had got far enough up the track the you imagine serious and r patent IS Be That was the reason the government at enter it shut its doors in the faces of who was found tlead in a snow bank wind blew out the light of his lantern grains of morphineand Owenaboro xtra fiSSiiss low grades leaves a family attorneys took the peculiar line they famil was li years oltl fatal diseases result Ir those who would despoil and pollute it with his rum and stantling in the darkness as No cause is assigned as beside him STEPHEN I PARRISH trirlingr ailments neglected did in formulating their ease Wheat kings n ho would But the minister did the work the train came up he threw the lan- Â¬ are princes and A old man nametl Bradford commit Atty Gen Olney believes it is said tiemand was also fair and prices were nomi- ATTOUSEY AT LA to come into it while there are of happy transference as well as tern into the locomotive crying Don t play vitn iNature s1 ted suicide at Locust Grove Boone that if the arguments which he offered ins who would like to come out possible t ana the warning was county a although Mop Mop seem it did i mixed track 56c mixed r greatest gut health k UNTUCK Y short time ago by hanging on Tuesday hatl been presentetl to the car He tratk 5 c Atit fr in behind its curtains and with a little inappropriate when he in time to halt the train And if any himself Samuel lore a neighbor Bilent foot attempt the desperafa fetiitiar Blessed are the dead who of you by evil habits are hastening on wa charged with being responsible for court at the time of the original hear white read Sta 2 mixed to arrive 31c Etc OATi ing of the case the courts decision in He die in the Lord Let the Kil murderous They rest from their towartl brink or precipice or falling traclt 31c the act ami has been warned to leave with regard to rents would have been doKyi Let me lie usher labors and their works do follow span throw this Gospel lantern at is now at the door i track rSSc He received a notice to county il u ritto announce His arrival and intn Stop Cams Market steady Fair to esse aW The the effect a few days ago which con different them If you have no mercy upon your mail career Stop that he make of the So little account did the King of this world the King of all yourself have mercy upon the minis- end thereof is death Young man you taincd about 2 o words without a capi point of rentsin his original arirnnent butchers i 7i Jo xtra M C II BRECK worlds the King eternal immortal in- ter who may be called to officiate at are caged now by many environments common or punctuation mark in the entire that he devoted comparatively little butcheI Stand back your demise visible Make rrtoav teady at Die a home or in some but you will after a while get your tal HOO l W ATTORNEY AT communication The vigilants number time to it and was astonished when prices Hir tear the way How kneel worship place of honest business or where the wings out Some one caged a Rocky six according to the letter and the decision of the court was an- 46S good light H40vi4S5 common and OMi Kkn 1KV the King Have Him once for jroar laughter is clean or amid companion mountain eagle antl kept him shut up thirty is lore afraid that if their acts are as nounced In the rehearing conse- Â¬ guest and it does not make much dif ships pure and elevating Remember between the wires until all the spirit wicked as t aives Market higher Fair to goc their composition he will be quently he simply made the most he goes Would that any place we go to may become and courage had gone out of it Re ference who comes or IT 00 common and large iT5 extras r Main dealt with severely could of the very bad case and nobody t30O5 SO live a warrantee against mora our startini jwiint for the next world leased one day from the cage l Tail corner stone of the SturgisMale would be more surprised than he if the Sheep asd Iambs Sheep Market lower ukc ter and surety of a noble ca the eagle seemed to want to reWhen we enter the harbor of Heaven com to choici Extras f4 s A SULLIVAN load at least one chapter of the Bible antl the officer of light comes aboard turn to its former prison The fact and Female institute will be laid governments contention should now mon to fa rood 11 succeed on your knees every day of your life Vf ood to el easy Kxt let us be able to show that our clear wis that the eagle had all gone out of June ATTORNEY AT LAW SzvntAL tracts of land which were - to onamajes retirement 4 50 common to fair J3iX3 75 spring lambs Have your body lag papers were dated at the right him He kept his wings down But Ward the next Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver 1 Wasiiinctov May 13 A story was aueeM K How are you right often say port Richmond after a while he looked up at the sun platted cut into streets antl lots at Baltimore May II i ruuoics rteuiaivu meet a friend of mine in Brook- Â¬ Word the next As soon as you can turning his head first this side and Grand Rivers have been planted in circulated in this city Saturday morn- Â¬ May Wheat So 2 red spot and ing that ow ing to ill health Secretary June i7c asked July lVvV Constipation Bad LlooJ lyn He is over seventy and alert and by industry and economy have a home then that sitle and then spread one corn Bsaoaa Iinlfy of Danville sold to Greshaa is going to retire from the Stfc asked steamer No I red M us und very prominent in the of your own What do vous ailments Malaria mean by a wing and then the other wing and I I Cors Mixed spot am living on home I mean two rooms and the began to mount until the hills were Abe Coleman agent for a Philadelphia cabinet and Don Dickinson take his 55c law His answer is I B II Womens ccm Julv Soc bid August SSsc bid steamer ti ly Claret by C F place It had its origin in the west On blessing of God on both of them one far under his feet and he was out of man the the capital of a well spent youth jC Price anil can not be confirmed here for it mixed 53 No bid My brother Clay 2 IS dam by Metropolitan ATTORNEY AT LAW the contrary there are hundreds of room for slumber one for food its sight in the empyrean I white western S7j371c Oats a record of 2294 is certain that if any change is to be RYE Market quiet No 2 Wc unils of good people who are suf preparation and the partaking thereof when you leave this life if by tne Soo Claret has lUtllUl New York May KtM UKV feVing the results of early Fair would like you to have a grace of God you are prepared you but later in he season stepped a trial made in the cabinet it will not be done Mark you J Wheat No 2 red store and elevat in 220 U c while the secretary is upon his sick new- a home with thirty rooms all up will come out of the cage of this hinThe grace of ie a ftfc ungraded rt Li I till wants electric lights bed The only fears that now exist 87itc atloat i jr Bjrfi aBliuw heart but not a new body David the holstered pictured and statuetted but dering mortality and looking up to Coa Barrator aHa and water works but is having consid- are that death may cause a change in steamer mixed S4sc lsaimist bad to cry out ReaMMaber I am patting it down at the minimum the Heavenly heights you will spread white Sc No 3lja3Sc n not the sins of my youth Let a young A husband and wife who can not be wing for immortal flight leaving sun erable difficulty in finding a suituable the cabinet and then perhaps Mr 2 Oats No 3 33c No 3 No S No 3 wh 31c choice 32i fei and moon and stars beneath in your place from which to draw a supply of Dickinson may find a place vacant for mixed western 3233c white state and west man make his body a wine closet or happy with a home made up of him ATTORNEY AT LAW rasa jug or a whisky cask or a beer two room would not be happy ascent to glories that never fade and water for the latter commodity ern 3740ic Four children two boys and two AMERICAN PRESS NOTICES OF THE CZARS Toledo O May 11 barrel and smoke poisoned cigarettes in Heaven if they got there splendors which never tlie Your body Kentucky linlil his hand trembles and he is black He who wins and keeps the affec- is the cage Your soul is the eagle om poorhouse of girls are inmates of the riEATH Wheat No 2 red cash f37tc May S7c c 6Se Russell county and the fiscal court ad- Â¬ Washington May 13 Information June 67 No Julyyellow August djsje 3 white under the eyes antl his cheeks fall in tion of a good practical woman has 3 cash 51c No Theodore Hallam once defended a vertises for homes for the unfortunate reaches here that Prince Cantacuzene rRX rs 31 JO I mean by a some church seek and find done gloriously and then at Wiiatdo do 51c burglar The burglars wife was on youths the Russian minister to the United I mean one who loved m yet all the praying he can do good woman Oats No sales iV D ILCHiNAULT the witness stand and the prosecuting Nothing doing- LOTERSEED States has arrived at St Petersburg will not hinder the physical eonse God before she loved you What do I attorney was conducting a vigorous PiTTSBt igh May 1 His visit to after a long stay at Nice I mean cross examination q peaces of natural law fractured You mean by a practical woman NEWS Madam you are CONDENSED ATTORNEYS AT LAW CATTLEPrime I550300 gcoi 3K0 2530 the capital will be of special interest good butchers Jo40ii590 fnsh cows and Yes the wife of this man You six young men of Ohio and all the one who can help you earn a living Kentucky young men take care of your eyes for a time comes in almost every knew he was a burjlar when you mar- Gathered From All Iartn of the Conntry to the Inited States as he carries with stringers i 0015325 Rc i Hogs Philadelphias H258480 mixed and How did you Yes by Telegraph him a strong testimonial of the Amer Take cane mans life when he is flung of hard ried him windows of the soul to contract a matrimonial alli- Â¬ Gov Turtey was hanged and burned ican sentiment of friendship toward good Yorkers H70i4 75 4 common to fair er Chenau of your ears ami listen to nothing misfortune and you do not want a come with such a man pigs Well the in effigy in Unicoi county Tennessee Kus ia It is in the shape of a large Yorkers 4551465 3006380 25450 St00 7400 that depraves Take care of your lips weakling going around the house ance Sheep iood fsir witness said sarcastically I was get Â¬ ee that they utter no profanities sheriff of Erie county Ohio has bound volume containing all the common il50r5200 best lambs mtjIOl whining and sniffling about how she ting old and I had to choose between The I have a Fine New Residence simated on of good lambs 45Oa00 fair veal Take care of vour nerves by enough had it before you married her The a lawyer and a burglar rzTAL STJPCSPT The cross threatened to levy on the courthouse American press notices on tire death Broadway calves 1450 500 heavy and plain COOiaoO Â¬ the late czar sleep and avoiding unhealthy excite- simple reason why thousands of men examination ended there for a 20 execution against the comspring lambs 1400 s 00 DR SUTHFRIAM DEAD missioners ments and by taking outdoor exercise never get on in the world is because Buffalo May 11 WELBY W BURGIN 13 Gen Charles Washington May whether by bail or skate or horse they married nonentities and never KENTUCKY STATE NEWS Cattls Veals easy at M 5i4 7o common George J Gould will be a candidate 4 DESIRABLE LOTS of the to fair i300i400 plain fed calves i2Mt3 0a Sutherland DENTIST back lawn tenis or exhilarating bicy- Â¬ got over it The only thing that Jobs for United States senator from New army died ex surgeon general Friday Hoes Yorkers R7i 4s0 pigs 147 at his residence you if sit upright and wife proposed for his boils was cle KENTUCKY Richmond The enumeration of children of Jersey to succeed Mr Smith whose night in his 05th year A wife and mediums M Wa490 choice heavy 4lt40 on different streets in she est neighbor of profanity school age in Henderson has been com- Â¬ term expires in poultice do not join that throng of sev- a warm Sheep and Lambs Fat 100 pound sheep in town seven children survive He was apj425 cull clipped yearlings ta501375 hundred thousands who by the saying Curse liod and die It pleted and the report shows that there ry No a6 Second eral At Ashland Wis because of the dif- Â¬ pointed an assistant surgeon in the HlV clipped sheep 425 4 40 Office ivcr Chet export public corners irery wheel are cultivating crooked backs adds to our admiration of John are LV1 whites and 12M colored 45 Street ficulties connected with the adminis- Â¬ army in Imha iapolis Ind May 11 Manu Stables Mule Sheds Stuck and in IBM was promoted and cramped chests and deformed Wesley the manner in which he conThe city council of Owensboro has tration of the office of assessor Wm to assistant medical surgeon with the Cattle No quotable change or improve- Â¬ factories or turtht His fixed the tax rate for that city at 100 G Sherman hanged himself Sunday s rapidly coating down toward quered his domestic unhappiness ment In the market DR A WILKKS SMITH L II POWELL it Climax Office rank of lieutenant colonel for meri- Â¬ Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy ali fours and the attitude of the wife had slandered him all over Eng- on S100 Fred Remann congressman from the torious services In 1S70 he was made 45g475 mixed t45034rx choice lights 453 Anything that land until stantling in his pulpit in DENTAL SURGEON beasts tiiat perish Man Eliza Mooreiiead has been ap- Â¬ Tenth llliiois district is dangerously a surgeon and in 1390 became surgeon Q 46b bends body mind or soul to the earth City Koad ChapeL he complained to pointed postmaster at Mt Gilead Kentucky Sheep Market qnotably steady at yester- Â¬ Richmond His phy- Â¬ general with the rank of brigadier ill at his home in Vandalia is unhealthy Oh it is a grand thing the people saying I have been charg- Â¬ days prices MM A R Bourne will become a Chicago May 11 depend on phar- Â¬ ed with every crime in the catalogue member of the faculty of Kentucky sicians express but little hope for his general to be well but do not Winter patents Cash quotations Flour ItMt- r- Smith linilding Main Street Office macy and the doctors to make yon except drunkenness ADM MEADE IN WASHINGTON when his wife university She is the first woman to recovery at I30B t 4 I Adm Meade 1X108340 spring patents 1320 375 No Washington May Dr William Late Coplin who has BUCK EYE well Stay well Read John Todds arose in the back part of the church to be so honored Praiticc limited to dentistry tjitiVESc No 3 spring filled the chair of philology at the Jef Â¬ has arrived here but has not called at spring wheat I red 63tftfi34C No Iwheat corn Â¬ Manual and Coombs Physiology and and said John you know you were No nominal Nearly-- every tobacco dealer in HenThen Wesley ex- derson has been notified to appear in ferson Medical college has been elect- Â¬ the navy department He has been 50t4C No 3 yellow 4O50c No 2 oats 2tc everything you can lay your hands on drunk last night J L HARRIS M D D D S ed professor of pathology at the Van officially requested however to either No 2 white 32X3324C No 3 white 32 32 c God the catalogue is digestion claimed Thank alKiut mastication and city court They are charged with derbilt university in Nashville Tenn deny or affirm his interview If he No 2 rye 63c No 2 barley MHi52c No 3 50 Kentucky and assimilation Where you find complete When a man marries he the Richmond 80SC Â¬ operating tobacco sterameries without iCUBES NOTHING BUT PlttS Emrique Merino the famous bull- Â¬ does not deny it and says he was corone healthy man or woman you marries for Heaven or hell and it is license and unlawfully prizing or put- Â¬ the administration will From my more so when a woman marries You ting up tobacco It is stated that the fighter is dead He was gored by one rectly reported find fifty half dead A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Office in I testify six young men in Fuyette O had bet tobacco men will make a stubborn of the bulls at Durango Mex last hold him strictly accountable for it can rown and I ridge ork a specialty own experience known for IS vr ars as the cllins liuilding Main street Office hours 9 a m Several and orders court martial Sunday and never recovered disciple of the gymna- ter look out that being a fio ht i BEST REMEDY for PILES The ordinance violated puts a 3 aa to 12 in t to 4 p m oMars gor- Â¬ Word the next Do not rate yourself tax of 40 on each one hundred hogs- thousand spectators witnessed the sium many a time just before going A Ferryboat ltnrned SOLD BY Ml DBVtiGI4T to the parallel bars and punching too high Better rate yourself too low heads or less and 40 cents on each ing of Merino J A YATES Siorx City la May 13 The ferry- Â¬ J C MORGAN wadttQ1- indict- Â¬ boat Capitola Butte running between and pulleys and weights I If you rate yourself too low the world hogshead over this number but on no At Indianapolis Ind three MORGAN A YATES If you rate yourthought Satan was about to take pos- w iil say Come up license be over C00 ments aguinst John E Sullivan tho here and the Nebraska side of the will say btemmery can the equity cases are on defaulting county clerk which have river caught tire from a defective flue K v session of society and the church and self too high the world DENTISTS TuiiEK hundred It is a bad thing when years in midstream and burned to the waters nine down the world but after one hour ot Kentucky climbing and lifting and pulling 1 felt a man gets so exaggerated an idea of the docket of the Mercer circuit courtÂ¬ been practically annulled several Richmond have been finally dismissed from the edge The crew escaped The loss on Some of the cases have been lingerttl MtJaaT TyyiaiT a like hastening home so as to be there himself as did earl of Buehan whose ing in the courts for more than twen- federal court records it is about 10000 Office Main Street over Madison National when the millennium set in Take a speech Baliantyne the Edinburgh ty years George Oroker a brother of Richard Bank A Mass Meeting Called I find in printer could not set up for publicagood stout run every day Cumberland Presbyterian church Croker has sued New York city for Wkixii W Va May 13 Handbills that habit which I have kept up since tion because he had not enough capital atThe in Owensboro has a new pastor Rev 81000 for salary as assistant clerk Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pat- - i ot eighteen years 1 read the aforesaid Ls among his type Remember that W S Danley who was called from a the city court The citys defense is are out for a mass meeting of striking Kimball Monday be ent business conducted tor Mooekit- - rics more recuperation the world got along without you near manual Todds 1 that he never worked a day in tha miners to and held at prominent labor church at Charleroi Pa Ooa Ornct is OFosrrt U S Ptent Ornet j other Lawless than in anything else Those six men fiOOO years before you were born and and we can secure patent hi leas time man taaaa Kentucky couitroom since the fall of 1891 Piof Henry Lloyd of A 4 leaders will address the assembly with us or remote from Washinaaon of Ohio will need all possible nerve unless some meteor collides A strange disease is prevalent in the Sfn l model rirawio OC DQOtO With IMBBnSwJ Â¬ university will leave shortly after the KNOWLEDGE antl all possible eyesight and all pos- some internal explosion occurs the close of the present session for Chicago northeastern part of Davies county lartre crowd will be present if not deWe adrise if patentable or not free of J tion smallpox scare or the terred bv several before will charre Our fe --not due till oalent is secured i sible muscular aarelonsnf W T a they get through the terrificntstruggle worldyears probably iast dead thou- to take a Ph D course in Chicago uni- Â¬ Mo About thirty deaths have resulted quarantine the Bow to Obtain Pateats witt A piFHirT Brings comfort and improvement and after you are sand cost from its effects and a number of cases tentl to personal enjoyment when isert of same in the U S anu forwga countries Do not postpone too versity No Yellow Fever Word the next of this life tree Aldreaa The physicians proThe mauy who live bet- Â¬ Ma John Keith of Beech Grove are yet uncured rightly SZK rN Word the next Take care of your in long doing something decided for God r Brunswick Ga May U The report ter than used and enjoy life more with It is most others Owen county died suddenly during di- Â¬ nounce it black erysipelas Â¬ tellect Here comes the flood of nove humanity and yourself The greatest among women and children that Brunswick is in danger of in less expenditure by more promptly O C at OP PATCKIT OfFKC WAHflGTO J ettes ninety nine out of one hundred things have been done before forty vine service ago a Achurch at that place- malignant fection from yellow fever is absolutely adapting the worlds best products to woman named Hardays The Richmond Blues battalion and without the slightest foundation belittling to every one that opens years of age Pascal at sixteen Gro a few meeting at another detachment of the Howitzers of physical being will attest the needs Here comes depraved news- tius at seventeen Komulus at twente rod has been conducting a them the value to health of the pure liquid at Beech Grove and Mrs Keith was a have been ordered to Pocahontas and Something New In Biology papers submerging good and elevated Pitt at twenty two Whitefield laxative principles embraced in the constant attendant at the services left Richmond Va Sunday night It American journalism Here come a twenty four Bonaparte at twenty Some curious experiments made at remedy Syrup of Fisrs The day before her death Mrs Keith is understood that they go merely to 1S93 with the seven Ignatius Loyola at thirty Ra whole perdition of printed abominaof Its excellence is due to its presenting to the congregation that relieve the troops now there and that Naples during some startling salts tion dumped on the breakfast table phael at thirty seven had made the announced sanctified results in the form most acceptable and pleas- Â¬ Vw3 following the order is not significant of increas- Â¬ lithium gave The Take world feel their virtue or vice and the she was and tea table and parlor table woman minister reported quiet at Eggs of marine creatures were treated ant to the taste the refreshing and trulyAll KBeA15JIf laxwith the salts and then allowed to beneficed nroix rtis ot at least one good newspaper with biggest strokes you will probably evening while the for a sermon the ing dangerSundaywas was reading the text the mines able editorial and reporters columns make for the truth or against the hatch whereupon it was found that W COPYRIGHTSby an outcry A freight train on the Erie road was they had limbs fins eyes etc in all mostly occupied with helpful in- Â¬ truth will be before you reach the me-Â¬ audience was startled had fallen dead CAM I OBTAIN A FATFNT f Tvt a N Y She Sun from Mrs Keith wrecked east of Almond amaw t nrrr and aa soneat oatBiaawwcata ha Do not wait for some of abnormal positions The exact and permanently curing consti telligence announcing marriages and ridian of life Si ISN Mrs Harrod the preachday morning The wreck was caused CCwko hare had earfrahj r a cxperwnee ia the pat es aawneaa CoaawBatta deaths ami reformatory and relig Â¬ thing to turn up Go to work and turn it in her seat the dead woman closed her by a bitken wheel Twelve loaded cause of this will be the subject of l given satisfaction to m er went to of to-tiona MricUT eoaMeaUaL A Ua and charities be up mere is no suca uimg us uun scientific inquiry For vith the anproval of the medical romance mini n ruus rulcri arc aw to oo ious assemblages One of them con- Â¬ future and had the corpse taken home cars were derailed lain them rent free Aj i raialogvaef maahaat- t acts on the Kid stowed and the doings of good luck No man that ever lived ha continued the services taining eighteen fine horses was tel- Â¬ Iron rtcomn Fatigued wadaaaaiiaaiaaiaA - in reer r antl Bowels without weik- Patent Ukeo tinn people and giving but little place to a better time than I have had yet 1 and Jit The following patents were granted- escoped and eleven of the horses Iron through its use for electrical and stories of never had any good luck But instead ani it is perfectly free from aaaaatl aaMaal a WilaaelaV n- AMrnrit nastv divorce cases K oroiikti m Coviuit Berirtis -- a killed S M Stewart of Moyer Pa purposes seems to have developed a w ID m Viir Splllll Moks v obje crowned a few days ago Edward Cheshire crime which like cobras sting those thereof a kind Providence has tT Frederick H owner o the horses was severely in- Â¬ new quality magnetic fatigue med aneMi leaanliy JTali ifd aa - fur he In team engine all di up Q huaoat einBlatiua of any aeieutinc I will supply Spani h Mom to the read that touch them Oh for more news my life w ith mercies You will go at Helnig Louisville oil can Donald Mc- - jured made of 3 a year Krni eupea Mat treaw you papers that put virtue in what is called accomplish much I ers of the Climax at 25 cents a pound the brakeman LoDtlon to as ville combined coal and Louts Bartholomew as i primer type and vice in nonpa your work on the minute y or it cents a half pound Only nice lorj gas stove Henry Schroeder and G injured in Saturday nights aa t pho- n name m pi min ntofh wj You liav d stop at the first painters sh on the Lehigh Valley railroad near t iMma Reference the Cli will be sent the name nSnnE ftSaSS pbers negative He ubbers Covington Newark A Ckacker max from it U Sunday morning It was n I ask Antioch Fla him now for If They Cultivate the Health of Their Body and Vind He opens the great lust containing the back negatives of Is and he reproduces the trt 1 Â¬ mssss Â¬ ISH REGARDING GGS oclock four hours after the accident occurred that Engineer Loutzenberger One 3f the Moat nterentlDB Stodlee beneath bis en was extricated from Scientist Can Undertake pine He was weak from his long and All rfhe rue lsh with very Ira x painful imprisonment but his injuries ceptions ire oviparous ir are not fatal v lay are The creatures Mothers Friend THE OFFICIALS Â¬ rS Br63st r- Â¬ -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W M L Â¬ S3 SHOE Douglas Â¬ Â¬ - 2t7 Â¬ TJ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i Â¬ - Â¬ FvaSrfHr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i In Poor Health iaiu js 1 aw -- i -- Browns Â¬ is Â¬ Iron TiAA Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Diuers 1 It Cures 1 I 1 -- 1 1 - Â¬ Â¬ v rflifa City Property Â¬ FOR Ie Â¬ SALE Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ TABLERSDII V OINTMENT 1 3- riiJll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ F Â¬ MrF PRF IwiNE OF CARDUI3 S li fca mm CASNOWCO aaaaaaUVw j Â¬ Â¬ stJ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fenals Diseases - -- Â¬ i -- I THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing f r M MK ElUToK M Co iEN MaNAILR PHICK PKU 1 c YKAK fl50 o ASVZTISZ2T0 BATES o h 3 These statements are merelv buncombe on yonr part brother ami give evidence that vou are a little bilious perhai they only echo your wishes in the premises As regards a le election to Congress Mr Metauarjr tuts made a statement that has cone brua lcast throughout the land to the effect that he trtW n Ik- our candidate as to the second he is in the race for Senator and is a staver from Stayville and if not a winner will be in at the - States Senate etr BOO OO BOO-O-- BOO SHOCKING Stanfords Mayor Commits MONTHLY CROP REPORT rafiaasHaiÂ¬ - Listen at the comments of the Ixmdon Cilobe and St James Gazette you may almost hear the mntterings of John Bull as in his wrath he throws imaginary dust all over his back and paws up the very Suicide On the morning ot May 8 Mayor S ti Hocker was found hanging by the neck in his suioke hoiise dead He was a man of sterling qualities was a druggist had decided views against prohibition and had been subjected to persecution He bad from memliers of that party been several times indicted for the sale of liquor Stanford is a local option Mayor Hocker was for whiskey town and his board of trustees against it The following letter was found in a pocket of the decerned and is self explanatory W I Walton Editor Interior Journal As there will probably be a good deal of comment on my death I will say to you and vou can publish it if you see proper that the cause of it is on account of domestic entirely Â¬ airth The sharp little bviKN May lesson which we had the painful duty to inffit umiii Nicaragua can not fail to be productive of good there Another and more powerful state has been taught a useful lesson The Americau republic assumes the post of arbiter in all disputes between the smaller states and Europe ami what is more important it shows a disposition to in- Â¬ terfere in those disputes which is as objectionable as it unasked for The tone of the American press since Hie present difficulty arse has reflected very clearly the usual lone ol their country in these matters SPACE r r tiooli 2 50 3 V 3 s I S r I He will crowd finish a close second some one and dont you forget it r 50 f 11 15 UNWRITTEN LAW DIFFERENTLY INTEKPRETEO was released bv the court on his Naming trial for the murder of his wife and Archie Brown He w a free man unless the Jurv takes a notion to give him a twist w hich is hardlv probable I 3 4 Inch nc Inche Inches 50 o lOOOIf o 0 5 00 6 00 4 00 00 900 1300 8 00 la 00 17 75 300 400 lIi i 700100 00 17 50 Fulton Gordon Â¬ 5 00 10 on 6 oo 12 or 00 13 25 oo S 75 on 34 50 40 00 27 OO 40 00 00 00 34 50 50 00 So 00 19 23 00 OO OO irtd eer nMttioaa Tt and similar i rt In lasertion mat- nvilcpc of CelS wt or return re tiipanied by s the nimi of the pulhi ation but as ANNOUNCEMENTS HE r GISLA c iti e IRK m IN U H t ndidalc WEDNESDAY The jiiestion MAY is often asked - by those who favor Irt or who are at on lhe leiiee as relates to the least What difference will it make rally if the mine owner to netit from free coinage and thus double the income from his answered that we will refer it to a Caldwell High rjcboal 1m v hear what lie has BIT- Â¬ Here sir Hat lohn do von nted by nstai I thi I week for his home He savs he is now out of politics and does not again expect to take an active art but those who know him best say it will be simply an impossibility to keep him quiet when there is lighting going on Many shrewd observers believe that with more prosperous times there will lleino come a radical change in the sentiments jury Kentucky Leader nt of a majority of those who now advoInder the existing regularities if S BM ATIi N W A NTFI C iNCEIiN cate the free coinage ol silver because ville Advocate found to desirable that is the exi thev believe almost any change must be FREE Tl KNPIKEK for the better the trade demand a greatei For instance two Demo Tiik Brat female jury ever drawn in crats from widely separated states Judge volume at currency the government Kentucky was that impaneled in the Montgomery of Mich and Judge Berry can purchase silver bullion at its matket Fdtor iniax ase of Lucy a negress belong to Sam of I w ish to inijuire of the advocates of a iemanded hold happened to be in Wash ing the parity as it is keeping i silver free turnpike svslcm what plan thev uel Beeler of Lexington Luce had ington this week thus diagnosed the ejiial in value to one of gold The proHise to adopt in milking the change tired some buildings and was sentenced silver cans in their Hamuli HI states to death The names of the jurors were Judge Montgomery 1 think the He iimeiit will lie largely the gainer by from the present toll gale system king a prolit 01 Befcjmaram Fnderwhal law do they proajOM to Mary Sullion Charity Fminoiis Elisa publicans of Michigan are fully as much beth Monteer Sr Elizabeth Monteer divided on the silver question as the n and save the enormous operate Jr Margaret Woods Anne Jones Democrats Some of the most influenoutlay for liiintingthat Would be incurred What price per mile is fixed upon Mary Coluinly Anne Barker Vanity tial men in the RepnMieau party out under fre If the owners of a road refuse thus ilecreasii jie uses and allowing a decrease in taxes to the county at the price what steps Wingate Elian Smith and Susannah there are thoroughly imbued with the Murphy Date of the above 18M irtlier in tariff either of are to Ik- taken My own belief is tree silver sentiment itizen which are directly in line with the potter Would a law he constitutional that that we have seen the maximum agita Iieiuocratir party would force a company to surrender its tation on that subject I do not think it A of worm something of a will lie a factor in Very nicely argued John Henrv We road to the county at a price less than the Presidential elecbetween a cut vonaaadau army tion next year and do not expect either you and may call on vou for furthe company thought adequate worm is creating havoc with the crops of the great parties to make any declarather information on this line Is there any clanger of the county seBoyle Jefferson Chris- tion as to silver coinage affirmatively or in some places curing only the Tmk Richmond CXlatai is moved to and failing to get the more va liable tian and other counties widely separa- negatively Judge Berry savs It ted report their apiearaiice They eat lsks to me as though a Lreat portion of trk That many in this district are d What would oe the probable average corn clover hemp ami garden truck the southern people had gone crazy on to any movement looking to ooaf er mile for the maintenance of fne but do not Isither hiuegrasa Nothing silver 1 guem they w ill get over it in of the kind has made its appearance time and vv il wards the advancement of McCrearv s roads make up some day to a interest is unfortunately true but the Would the roads 1m kept in lietter con here but the cut worms are abundant realization of the folly of such a policy Mat of them are persons w ho do not dition for travel under the proposed new and in some places are very destructive Of all the people in the United States Winchester Democrat like the manner pursued by Mr M system than under the present arrangethe southerners ought to stand most inI Creasy in making the various recom By way of parenthesis ment flexibly in favor of a sound currency will mendations for the tilling of Federal here remark that the streets of Richmond They dont mine an ounce of silver ami IfAlllfOA II COMMISSI IN KlfS offices in this district He has done mond are free but rougher than any their chief product cotton is valued on only as all Mitici ns have before his turnpike in the county gold basis on the other side of the The State ot Kentucky is divided into a timi But a question of more importance recommended such men as he railroad commissioners districts for Atlantic At present the silverites aie thought best oualitied to fill the offices than any one of the aliove is what of three bowling with the same fervor that the the purpose of electing Comiiiissioneis The alsve is not exactly the future turnpike building Is the builddisciples of the old greenback unutrioe Madison county is in the third district whv McCrearv has such opposition in ing of roads to cease upon the adoption displayed but a year from now under which is caaaposed of the nrttrtii the District he is being held respon of the free system If not bow are the quieting influence of lietter times Boone iraut Harrison lVmrbon Clark sible for making promises that he they to - builtand w hen and by whom Madison Rockcastle laurel and Whitely their ardor may lie abated and the move- Â¬ knew be would not i arrv out its his Would it not lie natural for taxpayers and all east of the e Dr L 1 V ment may die out as completely as the unfaithfulness byfjorriajr Mai ingrati- who live on county dirt leant to want nut money craze did of Kovvan county is a candi tude that is causing all the opposition them macadamised and would it not lie Williams The completed model of the equesÂ¬ He has deceived geed working Demo fair to build them roads in return for the date and made Madison a call last Thurs Mr Green If Keller editor of the trian statue of lien Wintield Scott Han- Â¬ day crats who deserved better treatment at taxes they have already paid and may Carlisle Mercury is also a candidate and cock was exhibited today a number of the hands of the man for whom the ter pay lor turnpike construction called on us Friday The convention prominent people in the studio of Mr had done service and in some install and repairs will lie held in Winchester on June 7th H J Fllicott the sculptor selected by gave positions to mugwumps in There ate I calculate something and county conventions should Iieeailed the commission charged bv Congress l miles of dirt roads in pieierem e to the liovs in the near the county for the piirose of nominating delegates with the duty of superintending the hes This is the prime cause ol To macadamize this amount would The is one making and erection ot the statue the opiosition to McCreary and it cost at an unreasonably low estimation on Satunlav June 1st The office of importance to the public and should model made an excellent impression on will ultimately reap its just reward the enormous sum of 300010 How is A perusal of those who saw it the likeness in face McCreary cannot go to Congress again that amount to be paiii bv the sale of be tilled with good men our railroad laws w ill give an idea ot the and figure of Jen Haucock being specialfrom this district His money and bonds to run at interest with a sinking duties pertaining to their office Dont ly commented upon upt methods will not save him fund attachment fail to give the convention your attenPresident Cleveland is uncertain as to from the ignominious defeat that These are questions that present thf ni awaits him He is already beaten for sei ves whenever I think of the subject tion at our court lions Saturday June when he will leave Washington for the 1st summer He would like to go to Cray the Cinted States BOMB and as we of free turnpikes I wish some well have said liefore we will say again be posted advocate of free roads to answer NKWSlAlKlfS THF BEST MEDIUM Gables when Mrs Cleveland and the children go which will be in the neigh Â¬ will Make retired to th as a source of information borhood of the first of June but it will ptivale life Nicholasville Democrat X X X X Harrodshurg and Danville merchants deHm entirely Upon circu instances In response to the above we will say who do not read the papers and think w hether he does that personally wc do not know of a sin- Â¬ O H Foiiakii senior editor of the an old card stuck in a hick alley is all Secretary iresham has so far recovered gle instance wherein Mr McCreary has Reattvville Enterprise has had a call bv the advertising necessary were sharply la shorn n anv of the traits of character a large number of the most prominent ken in tiy a sharper who worked them on from his recent illness that he is going charged by the Democrat Things in his da We have Democrats of l e i onnty to become the the old racket of printing a directory cm away for a short rest heard the disgruntled applicant for a candidate for Representative in lhe next a placard lie got the money H to BS tiartment are all iu good hhaK notwith standing the many Republican predic pull at the public teat whining liecause licneial Assembly from the 93d l gisla A nicely neb from Ihein and skipjied the other fellow caught on and be did live list rict A used man for the place displayed card in a newspaper is worth tions of the serious trouble which was not bring your specifications brother combining a legal education with that ot ten times as much as any other adver certain to result from some of the recent and do not deal in generalities It is a practical business man and an editor vertisement but you cant get the moss complications with foreign governments one thing to say that a man has done backs to believe it Stanford Journal If the free coinage of silver beeo the and so h guilty of all the crimes in The Baptist church at Harrodshurg law every nole that is out will be called the decalogue etc but Dot alwavs easy baa declared against its members Raw Ietkk Yinkovrs subject in a to sustain the charges There are al- ing in spirituous liquors and it was deÂ¬ Lexington pulpit Sunday night was A in sued upon and collected or be re newed and made payable in gold befoie ways two sides to every story and at least cided that full fellowship should not He is a sensational le Damn Hot Dav two standpoints from which to rj granted to members engaged in the colored preacher having delivered ser lhe free coinage law can become oiiera five Put that iu your pipe and smoke transection traffic One year is allowed those mem- Â¬ mons from the following texts Them it say McCreary cannot go to Con bers already encaged m the whiskey Me Alone Hell iu gress again from this district Also that hnainemi to find some Pot and Watch That Snake other means of The Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Modi caten for the making a liv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rally Well then kindly explain to them the osideted in the t nelit to the mine ownei All will do mv lest In are have an ample supply th of the silver dollars already coined and or represented by silver - which are redeemable in Ibis money is now a legal amoiiiits and lieing nearly 111 voiume with our unld coin is ly by the people in their busi Add to this volume of would inevitably the custom dollar would disapjx ar ami no a coin but only as a a Inch to estimate values v v on i aw ti vv a debuaed metal The acijiiittal of William M shipp lr A low luetic free thr the slayer of Sam Brown is the culminar production would many mines with ting atrncitv of a long list of dark and bloody crimes that have brought digracc Lexington and Kentucky and lit of the ilium low What would at shocked the civilized world rful rriaaea have before gone unmen lostwon end prove their utter un- - punished in recognition of a per verted itiuientor so called unwritten er nionc but iii this ease public opinion upon t lie country a p hi lhe law and the evidence have appar-Â¬ n would ueceararUy follow cast to the winds and pool law of supph ami ently old Kentucky must bow her head in v now existing lie cuuM no longer lie shau e Never Infant have are heard such unilna versal denunciation ol the result of a silver In black and All classes law our government will at trial in court s lied to ran our mints to white Be publicans and Hemocrats and Catholics the straight laced it v and even roiistruil aadtboaeoi free and easy morals unite in forthese 111 denouncing the verdict a a travesty mvrumftam who will on law and an outrage on public decency ight the depreciated coin of n the street corners and in public pla iritn- - their This night and to day it was the only ill irgely additional expense topic of discussion and we have not ami render necessary a corresponding in or in the tariff either of heard a single word ol commendation or even palliation or the linding of the li are objectionable from a 1 tn Will Shipp nt Midway who entered negro Sam Browns home in Lexington in pursuit of an interview with Browns wife and meeting with objections on the part of Brown shot and killed inrii was on his trial last week cleared by the jury in detiance of the instructions of the court and the evidence which was over vvhelnnrigly against him It apears from the way these two are handled that the unwritten law is for the protection of the white man entirely and that no matter how badly psa may lie treated hy some drunken rowdy with a white skin he must not so much as protest against it Shipp was deserving of either a life sentence in the ienitcntiary or of hang lust so long as tin- law docs not ing operate for the protection of all classes alike it will not be a barrier to crime We do not know the persons compos ing the jury but we do know that from the evidence adduced on the trial some of them basely surrendered their conv ictions in the case la some inllueiice in making the verdict of mil guilt v What this country needs more than anything else is men of moral courage men who will dare to do right no mat bat public opinion to the contrary may le men who will punish crime be the w rong doer a rich man or a paor de graded one in Friday another case of a man killing his wifes paramour occurred in Lexington This time all parties are white and we will bet our last pair of old shoes that the wronged husband goes This would be in ac tree in this BMe cord with unwritten law as was thelior ion ase but the Shipp case v is not shipp simply tilled himself up with mean whiskey and with his pistol in his pocket went out to see his paiaiuoiir at any hazard and meeting with resistance by Brown in his own home shot him tnrougii the head - their bluster and hragadocio upon this invasion was rendered louder liecause they felt that there was little chance of lieing lis tened to We do not wish to heap indignity upon any state however Fngland has small and insignificant never played the part of a bully and never will but she must le careful to that her good nature is not too much presumed upon The St James lmette referring to the same subject remarks The Nicaraguan bill is backed by It would lie rude to inquire Salvador too cl selv into the value of the guar antee The average usurer is satistied with a second name and if Zelava has though perhaps Â¬ Â¬ troubles that I have silently endured for a long time I loved my family dearly and tried bv every means 1 knew to live in peace and harmony but failing I can stand it no longer While 1 have enemies as you know who bare setup a regular system of persecution on account of my conscien tious views on some subjects that I had the manliness to avow and act out these have given me no trouble and I Would like to have lived to have vindicated mvself in the minds if all just thinking people 8 i Horace Â¬ played us falsi- we will not oilv occupy but will aripe Ooriato oat of the map and other places with il If any of the great powers had helm red as Nica ragua has we should have lieen at war with it within a week - WASHINGTON LKITKU Bv sH cial repiest our editorial on Sound Money of last week is reproduced It will be found on the in this issue fourth page We ask everyone to read the article and ponder carefully npon Since free coinage has been the subject made the boaa of contention between the members of the Iemoeratic party in the state and the issue is clearly defined let us make the question a study so that when called upon to exercise the rights of freemen we may come to the Kiils with a perfect knowledge of the question and harmonize fully and completely to the discomfiture of the Bepnblii an party who are gleefully looking 00 at our family diflereiM Â¬ Â¬ it I - lt 11 Â¬ Irot-i-slant- Gun 11 viiv is making a great mis take in insisting apon making his race for Governor principally upon a free coinage of silver platform Where he will gain one supporter be will dozen bv making questions affecting the State Government subordinate to the silver uuestion A great many of his e ili unl lout irli lillurw u ill it if he jiersists in making free silver coinage the paramount i sue as they will not go upon record as endorsing such views His nomination will certainly be construed as declaration in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver The Democrats of Kentucky we believe the majority are not yet ready to take that stand if they ever will lie and if the politicians endeavor to force them lo assume mat position there will lie trouble in camp sure It is both unwise and foolish to inject the silver or anv other national issue into the State cam paign when it is patent that such a policy will he detrimental if not fatal to The party leaders who the Democracy are ignorant of that fact or vv ho decline to respect it should retire and permit others letter informed and more consid erate of the partys interests to take their places There should be no jingling of silver or gold in the coming campaign but a strict adherence should lie had to the cause of a good and honest government the fundamental principle of the Hemocratic party and an issue that is Danconducive to perfect harmony i 11 Â¬ Â¬ loiii mr regalaf currcpotulent I Washington May 10 Mo Secretary Carlisle has long since ceased lo notice published misrepresentations concerning himself or the Treasury department but he had to smile when the Story reached Washington that the populists were making campaign material out of the alleged alarm of Treasury officials at the purchase of gold bullion from western miners by the syndicata which purchased the last issue of bonds This silly story went on to say that it was the purpose of the syndicate to make a corner in gold and after the price had been forced up to make a raid on the gold in the Treasury and force another big issue of bonds to replenish it There never was a more ridiculous story concicted upon a basis partially true It has been well known that the syndicate mentioned has been buying gold from western miners for the last two months but it has aJeobeen equally well known that it was III in order that the syndicate might live up to its contract with the govern inent which called lot the turning of so much gold into the Treasury within a certain period There hits lieen no alarm on the part of the Treasury officials simple bet S not there has lieen nothing to be alarmed about The rea son hy the gold was bought from the western miners was that the premium at which it could be bought was less than it cost to ship it from Europe thus making its purchase over here profitable to the syndicate The contract with the syndicate stipulates that one half the gold paid into the Treasury for the lsinds shall come troin Europe and the contract has up to this time lieen kept to the letter The hist payments will not be due until next Ictober Ex Senator Butler of South Carolina who made many warm Iriends during his eighteen years service in the Senate left Washington with his family this Â¬ vv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The reports of the statistical correspon-ence- to the officethis month has been unusually large and from these returns I am justifiable in saying that the condition of all crops have advanced greatly since the The weather has been favorlast report able for grain and grasses of all kinds and for all kinds of farm work and the farmer is well advanced in spring work The prosjiect for better prices are much better than last season quite a number of farmers have engaged their wheat at threshing time at SO cents per bushel but many others are holding and from present prices they have good prospects for realizing more money The report for U heat last month was to day it stands at Hi per cent an advance of I points There are many diseases however to which it is liable in the next thirty days The time for the ffv to show itself and for rust to strike it is just before harvest I will quote the remarks from different parts of the State From the county of Christian Dr Clardy writes Had good rains prospects for good crop seldom seen better elegant stand of young clover was a partial failure last year some trouble from worms not serious here yet From thecounty of Carroll Al farm prospects are 100 per cent compared to 1X0 From the county of Caldwell Wheat looks well tobacco beds never looked better cut worms very bad some early corn will have to be planted over From the county of Woodford Wheat rye barlev ami oats excellent growth young clover splendid catch The Hon C L Searcy of Madison county writes Iros pecta good for all kinds of crops farmers feeling good From the county of Harrison Wheat rank and of fine color a little spotted From the county of Inioii Farmers all happy corn is being put in rapidly ground iu good condition weather tine and prospects for got si crops here never better Â¬ H 1 Â¬ Â¬ WE HAVE THEM MORE GOOD WE CARRY AN J UanPsm WUaalKIlWltMlaiTlHjaKW II - Milo t-r- lt CLOTHING gaa9faW ENDLESS VARIETY OF M JUKKUl TWUH ww ions Ct ufc S4CUSJU V F FOIJTIIK ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE LEAST MONEY THAN ANY OTHIR HOUSE CENTRAL KENTUCKY WK IN Ready Made SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hu stood the Teit ot Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED w 2f HAVE IN STOCK AN IM-Â¬ Clothing FROM WHICH MENSE LINE OF WE CAS EVERY PERSON S Spring 1 djn Emporia Spring Car Seville Pierson DeLand Orange City and Osteen liYK The reports on rye are not so full as wheat nearly every county reporting as to the latter The average being several points under that of vv heat Being raised principally for pasture is usually grazed very hard through the winter consequent ly it does not look as well as wheat al this time of year The condition is placed at per cent K BAULKY The condition ot barley HI 5 MKVIloW is placed at MiiIIIM LAMM Â¬ Â¬ Have improved wonderfully since last reMost correspondents place the con port dition at 100 some considerably over that hut a tew however make very low rciwrts which brings the average down I take it from the general tone of the correspondents that there wili lie a good hav crop The condition is 92 per cent t IOVKII hemp oats and tobacco beds are suffering from the ravages of the cut worm I could and army worm quote the reports from a large number of correspondents not confined to any particular locality all complaining of the cut worm and army worm The condition of clover 86 per cent As well as Â¬ Â¬ rxsri MB Which includes blue grass and all kinds of grazing lands are very short for this time of year have not made much growth until the past ten or fifteen days The per cent is placed at 87 OATS Over an average crop has been sown and where the worms have not infested it is looking well The condition is M per cent 1IKM1 at The average acreage yj percent of hemp is placed Gaarbo Â¬ One of the most effective featin sllKKl the Southern States Magazine of BaltiThe figures from correspondents sho v more ltd is the department of letters a marked shortage of sheep The winter from Northern persons who have settled has been very severe on lambs The in the South For more than a year the per cent is placed at 70 Southern States has been publishing in every issue several pages of these letters MtlKS very low price of mules has caused the writers giving their experiences in The the farmers to neglect them which has the South describing the localities in which they have settled telling about decreased the comparative number how they have been received and treated The per cent is pieced at BO at the hands of the Southern people corROUS KB Iloos There has lieen a gain in hogs since the last report The last was itil per cent The per cut to day is placed at 88 sections there are considerably over XX acres planted in melons which should produce 500 cars Plant City Courier Some six or eight of our business men have formed a stock THAT VF ARE MAKING tP AT company far the purpose of engaging extensively in strawberry culture Ten acres of improved land lying one mile south of town has been leased and preparations are being made to set out the plants as soon as practicable Plant City is going to ship strawberries next season in car load lots W R Fuller who returned from Man Â¬ atee Saturday says that in that section there are 1000 acres in tomatoes LoO in Irish potatoea IOO in squash 100 in beans and SO acre in cucumbers This represents about SO car loads of garden produce that will be shipped by the lirst of June He savs the crops are in fine condition and the growers are very hope ful Tampa Times No Statj in the South attracts more attention in the North than Florida S i many visitors from that section come here every winter that the fame of tl e 4- Commonwealth is carried all over the Union The Northern press grows mote frank in its recognition all the while says the Hartford iConni Louisville Florida Tobacco Market Times continues lo profit more largely By Ulnver A Dun ell Louisville TUUUasa Ware- - House than any other Southern State by the Sales on our market for the week just influx of population and capital from the coed amount to 3319 hbaa with receipts Citizen North tor Hie lame period 2 s hlKM Sales on Fort Myers Press Mr F Bancom our market sine January amount to brought us in the first of the wt ek a 7 s- hhik Sales of the crop of bunch of oats grown on his place near on our market to thi- date amount to the Indian mission 35 or 40 miles south Â¬ 7979S hluls The market for good to fine burleys and all colory grades in fair or- Â¬ east of here that were fully and heavily der has been higher this week than at I feet 11 headed and the stalks measured any time during the season Common inches in height He has only a little sorts are about as thev have been The season over two acres but they w ill make 40 or sweating should is now at hand and all shippers be careful as regards oroO bushels per acre easy enough On der as tobacco in very mil order is being the same piece of land he raised 100 neglected The following quotations fairly reprebtshels of rice and this oat stand is the iNoi second crop inside of nine months sent our market for burley tobacco crop Verily unto him who hustles will be Trish Dk or damaged 2 75 50 to given Cuuunoa coorr uash 30a 10 375 Mr Shuttle worth of Evanoton who Medium to good colory trash j 75 to 5 50 li st his orange grove by the freeze j bo to 4 00 will Common lugs not colory 400 to s50 go into vegetable culture on a large scale Common colory iugMedin lo Good Col Lags 5 50 to 8 jo He will cultivate 125 acres in vegetibles Coanuoa to Med Leaf 6 00 to 1000 Mediaai to Good li t year he experimented with five Good to Hine Leaf Leaf 10 00 to i 00 00 to lS 00 ares of cauliflower and cleared S 0 is 00 to 2 Oo Speaking of Florida and its possibilities Select Wrappers lie savs it is the best pout mans country OF Mr Shuttleworth can c to on earth Marion county ten years ago with little money but with a large amount of en- Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office ergy and good judgment and notwith Â¬ at Richmond Ky for the week ending standing he has lost a grove he hits made May 14 1805 II F Moberlev Mrs Win Gruaus M s in these years he has a eompe tency made out of Florida soil sti left Maggie Ghuse Wm Hoskins Carroll Leake Joel Clabis Missouri Mc Daniels him St Francis Facts A Ci Maude Harris Simon Isaacs M R Ga kkk bor Miss Matilda Massharnt Shelton LITKKAUY NOTKS Suitings GENTS Furnishing Â¬ Â¬ MODERATE Goods OF ALL DESCRIPTION AND PRICES Till CHOICEST VARIETY IN TuCK we make the ffiDont forget that of any firm inLOWEST PRICES Richmond Come for the quality of goods and inspect our stock YORIBS BROS 2vZs-Z- - Its Mo Million Dollar Story 1 - lt Of imaginary achievements but the same round unvarnished tale of sea Â¬ sonable Footwear at lower prices than Astonyou can get them elsewhere Â¬ ishingly low 1 Tempting Values Too In Corsets Gloves Hosiery wear Under Â¬ LIST LETTERS Shirts Embroideries Handkerchiefs Laces Cottons Calicoes Te e Â¬ Â¬ nants Percales our superiority Every competent judge recognizes -- 1 No Catch Penny Trinkets One Price Strictly Cash v Â¬ Oldham W A Paines C C Amerine Mrs Mandv Walden John Gell on Mrs Eliza Storms ft L Leghens E Rehkoph Si Son G L Peck Mrs Lucv Million Cyrus A Wiikie Mrs Eiien White W T Smith Mrs Fannie Smith Miss Mary E Smith Mrs Ida W Scolt J Peachman Mils Creasins Mrs Emma Gregory Miss MattieJ Miller Miss Phoebe Cox Mis Maggie San Mrs Manda Blount W C 41 40 R T Richmond Hays Ky No 9 First St The number of horses is well maintained The per cent is placed at 06 Kite IT Â¬ eu-tiickhn-f - The corresiiondents report an abundant crop of all kinds of fruit except peaches cherries and plums mu Fkvskioki Nicholas McDowell May 7 1805 Â¬ Â¬ THE DADDY DOLLAR An effort is being made by artists and sculptors at the Italian Garden Exhibition of the National Sculpture Society to bring about an improvement iu the ap- Â¬ pearance of our silver dollar A prize of i0ll has been offered for the best design Thirty sets have lieen submitted and at the close of the exhibition the results will be given to parties who will interest themselves in trying to have government adopt the successlul designs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ op--e- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tiik Four Seasons Hotel east of Cumberland iap has passed into the hands of a New York syndicate who will in all probability have the noted summer resort reopened The shipment ot the furniture away from the hotel has been stopped Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Florida I enclose these clippings to show you that lam not alone in thinking this a good place These are from our county papers intended to circulate and be read where published and of course the truth 1 will report progress from time to time and you may compare with that of Kentucky Mr Milo Andrews of Pinellas recently dug 08 pounds of edible cassava root from one plaut We pulled a turnip from our patch on April id that weighed i pounds with the top on This turnip has been grown since the freeze of Feb iltli and was nice and tender The orange and grape lruit trees are budding out in great shape Many of them are coining out way up among the branches Trees right in the city are surprising everybody by the way they are putting forth Barlow Courier-InformaWe are glad that our farmers are plant ing a much larger percentage of coin than usual in this section Indeed all For the Climax 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It l j Awarded GoM Medd Midwinter Fair San Fraodx bands are giving better attention to crop planting ami cultivation than lias been the custom heretofore The lessons of the deadly freezes are having their effi ct ami will teil for good iu the end Plant City Courier DeLand Record There are between three and five hundred acres planted in melons in the vicinity of Seville and are Ilic tiuelv Thomas is at work with a corps of carpenters painters etc making ready Estill Springs for the approaching season The Springs will he opened June 1st The Captain has two cottages and sonic twenty rooms in adilitiou this season has engaged a splendid hand live pieces excellent cooks a ill keep nice livery hot and cold sulphur halhsand everything that a gentlemen or lady s HAKlKK VCV1NK may require tor comfort health or inno The Personal Recollections of Jan of cent pleasure 47 oi Arc of which two instalments have already lieen published has in addition to Waxtkil Four hundred subscribers its iitrinsic merit the charm of timeli for The Cosmopolitan a live agent can ness for as the New York Tribune for make a good commission Call at Cli April 21st sayB The Harper serial max office dealing with Joan of Arc syn chronizes with the swelling of the NaAwarded poleonic tide The latter represents one Highest Honors Worlds Fair current the maid its antithesis Napo leon speaks for the purely sophisticited side of the French genius Joan is the type of her nations saving grace and the mystical envelope in which she sur vives is identified with the healthier impulses of the French spirit Joan of Arc will become something more than lle heroine ol a cult for she was inspired hv a spiritual inspiration which live in her name Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ recting misconceptions about the climate soil and products and about the social and political conditions of the South These letters coming from Northern peo Â¬ ple themselves have proved iu the North the most convincing possible argument in behalf of the south They have been published without discrimination as to fatality and every Northern settler in the South is invited bv the Southern States to send to it a letter giving his experience in the South and his opinion of the section into which he has moved This is an opportunity that every Northern citizen in our community should utilize and which every native citizen should exert himself to see utilized Not only farmers but merchants lawyers bankers ami those of all trades and pro is and callings who have moved to the S nh are otlereil the privilege of telling to their Northern friends through the Southern States magazine what advantages attractions and opportunities there are in the South The Southern States is doing an im- Â¬ mense amount of good for the South Its purpose as announced in a standing article at the head of its editorial page is to set forth accurately and conservatively from month to month the reasons why the South is for the farmer the settler the homeseeker the investor m c unparablv the most attractive section of this country The Southern States is published in Baltimore by the Manufacturers liecord Publishing Co and is under the editorship and management of William H Fdinouds Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Southern Railway will make a rate of one fare lor the round trip to parties desiring lo attend the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church at Dallas Texas Tickets on sale May 13 and 15 good to return until June 3d HERE IT IS j LOOK HERE which we propose gi ing to our subscribers on the following trim To each of Tickets on sale at Southern Railway lhe first fitv renewals or to each new suboffice May 13 and 15 on account of Gen- Â¬ scriber until the upptjl is exhausted eral Assembly Presbyterian Church at The Journal is brim lull of good reading and is a gem tf Meridian Miss Gocd to return until June 3d One fare for round trip 3- Fixes like death and taxes have been in tho world since its creation PcwellSc Turley mm We have fifty paid subscriptions to the EVERYBODY I invested a 11m journal large amount of moncv AND in MENS YOUTHS CHILDRENS CLOTHING Alto Shoes Si pers Prv G of iust the werk before mv saw mill named 1 am needing money now and uri these goods Lost Certificate of stock of the National Building and Loan Association of Louisville Ky No 4036 for t n shares Have applied for a new certificate Reward il returned to J Gideon Taylor Richmond ky 4V rallliuliI MONEY TO LOAN At 1 vearson low rate of interest for a term of good farm property For infor nation apply to CIIAS S POWELL 4rio Co e and see them REGARDLESS Of COST iilmiiitil l NEW ADVERTISEMENTS To Rev R L McElree I have ruffered lor years with dull head iche weak back and shooting pains in the small of my back and shoulder About two months ago I got two bottles 0 McElrees Wine ol Cardui and it has cured me of all my troubles I feel verv grateful to Dr McElree lor his wonder ful medicine Mrs K J Mayfikld Waini t TUX- - Marci 1803 I keep a largr of Groceries Hardware Tinware and everything usually kept in a tl t merchandise store Count rv Produce in exchange at the highest mar- Â¬ ket price Real Estate FOR SALE t The house and lot in Irvine Kv known as the Riddell house A lovelv situation and going at a b irgain 2 Ten thousand acres mineral and timber lands on Station Camp and its tributaries Contains over three feet fine cannel coal 40 inches block coal and immense quantities of hard wood and Thanking mv friends for past favor and soliciting same in future I am ours for low pr M 4S- F WHARTON VALLEY VIEW - KY Capt CITY HOHSS SHCZING N D Â¬ Idifral Blartilli Simp cheap 41- road is extended V Three hundred acres at Kings Station on R N I v B R R Potter clay and clav lor encaustic tiling abund ant on this land A hirgain offered Station and post effice Many additional tracts which c offer n poplar timber 3 Four hundred acres coa and tim her lands on the writers ol Sturgeon Creek Lee countv K at a bargain 4 House and thirteen acres of Ian at Millers Creek Kv The R N I B depot will be located on this when the I - S F ROCK Climax olFice Richmond Kv Horse Shoeing a Specialty Special attention gven to interfering lorging and contracted leet ymts CREAM DR TAX NOTICE All hose who have nut paid their At En lisu s Old Stnnd or Water and First 81ft CITY TAX FOR WSTHOMAS MONEY TO LOAN See Kv The members of the Alumni Association of Central University will nuet at the office of J A Sullivan in Rich- Â¬ mond Ky on May 17 ISuo at 8 oeiotk p m All graduates of Central Univer sity and those who entered the iu nor class and reside iu Madison county Ky Â¬ Â¬ BAKING Trr 1894 will have their property advertised and sold if they do not call and settle before the 20th day of thi month U 49 s POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE p i P Dure Crane Cream nf from Ammonia Alum or any other aduKerant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A R FREEMAN Cit Collector ing All are losses Turiey pid tb7 p0Vell s Editor Climax PERSONAL The report suing the rounls that I am going to leave Kirksville is ej rculaled hy Kx Gov McCreary went to Louisville WEDNESDAY M Y 15 1895 1 an enemy ot my school exjHTt to Monday afternoon stav lean nasaaji to see J00 student in Mrs- Bruce left for HorbofM F Werkeswrand lauiily have moved Elliott Institute and that within ten Missouri on Monday Hie Donaldson property on East months V uimop Wuitty Mrs Hart Stockton is visiting friends et Kirksville Ky and relatives in Versailles ban Pax a wife of Win Tevis on Miss Ida Dark of Irvine is visiting High street a Ixy Another revenue Kiclmionl truly had a narrow esca her sister Mrs Hosa Simpson of White from a small ox visitation which has Hah leek befall Winchester instead Kotiert M tha fortnnae angler W Willging Dm M DoughIr hue a colored man was wending his erty 111 l riav He snveeded in way and AC Buchanan were at Louishomeward after having spent some ville ling a tour ouud ham last week time in a lock up and while in Winches- Â¬ J W Rock agent of the R N I R btack fraat was plainly isihle to ter borrowed some fellows clothing when he was nahbed hy the otiicers and was presented with a line Water Spaniel ea i muraian n lM al i jailed for the offense He developed a puppy hy E K Rowland last week from the win Mr InoMoherly who has been visiting ease of small ixx while in the jail and II Kennelv lias written ahout a used the authorities no end of friends here for some time returned to rth of life jaaaaraarc poiirwa troulle Two est houses were built his home at Russellville Mo Thurshree months an I each Inline by the excite farmers day V Arnifi will have eliargr in the neighborhood In fore lieing occu- E Conroy of Irvine was a caller at f the old court room anil pied hi the 5tll inst a tent was erected the Ci imax olticc last week He was re- amonnt nf on Thomas gobineona place d a paat I turning from a visit to the hedside of iHowed that ugene Hushv of Mt Sierlim house established there where the patient now is The jailer his family A I Holman of Million and his two Kri- adjoined last rlay when it and foarteea prisoners are quarantined neices Miami Mattie and Fannie Hol- Â¬ lie to amy that none of he prison- - man left for Sherman Texas over the enel It will in all prohahility II e tried at this term of court Ii N 1 A B railroad on Wednesday - n tbi the rrniaiaaVt Well we dont want everything in Mrs John B Francis and Mrs C P sight We sympathize with you all Fllerbe of St Umax Missouri mother Mr J k and however ami a e thankful that you in- and sister of ex- - Governor Francis are to live more than a few led Bob in his wild career We guests of Mr and Mrs Steve D White isninption hi dont want him not the small pox Rev E A McClure spent Monday known ii tl i Aa Im hitler night with friends here enroute for the District Conference at Lmcaster On snatiO May 4 1896 He v will have a eom ert at A Madison county man called at my has much improved in health since his ouse on Miv office thai afternoon and said to me he last visit f the ered the attack in the Register of Everett Berry our genial Deputy Marram will A V Dudley against my brother shame shal has so far recover from his ret oYlock ful and I think any fair minded man cent attack of fever its to again In- - at his Mr II immer has purchased the ider his letter disgraceful and post of duty We missed him during wiled hardly worthy of notice If I were so his ill Rorrand villi ontinoethe bnai inclined I aappoaa I eonldeayaa many Lev Lapaiey McKee Jr of Richind Mr hard things ahout Mr Dudley anl his mond has leen engaged to deliver the family as he had said alxnit mine for it Bacra laureate sermon for Garrard Col- has heea truly said that there is a skele the Christian Church in Lnacna ton in alnut every closet When he rry winter came with ter June 2 Iancaster Cor Interior attacks my brother in the way he has Journal it a fleets all of our familv and relations nelits I Mr ieorge Phelps of Madison is vistoo much respect and kind fecl have i his family to aay anything ahout iting his relatives D and Mrs Clifton -unlay Col Sam 11 Stone of Rich Fowler them As for the young man himself it a waste of time and mond Republican candidate for auditor x was here yesterday mingling with his words to give him any further notice cir Wa As to Mi McCreary the young mans party friends Interior Journal Sheia reliiiious- - dictator and instructor it is known and Mr Will Owsley who was so severely d in her halucinatioiis ly all n en that In has and will go burned by his night clothing catching Itural and re hack on his triemls to further his own lire at an open grate some weeks ago has tlv so far recovered as to he removed to his political inter I home in I ancaster He hasthesvmpathv seems to me like Kentucky e k D L atrid lias been hix of the community here in his serious ti parrltaaed a dxied bv liini long enough and the affliction I Mrs C M Clay Jr and C M Clay name now time has me lhat think the people of As I the third went over to Richmond SaturII Polktrd at the Kentucky willet down on him am constantly meeting luisiness men day to visit Senator and Mrs John D imn from all over Kentucky I shall do and Harris Key Dr Wanton of Rich I that the say all I ran against Mr McCreary in an mond was a guest of his daughter Mrs tor of the honorable way I like a great many I M Dickson Saturday Mr and M I point now other Madison county men have stood Mis John Cunningham have gone to many Mi up for him through county and State Richmond to attend the golden wedding er in the pride bat please j mi t me down against of their relatives Mr and Mrs Curtis F him dont straddle the fence When bin nam Mrs has Stephens and Mrs I am for a thing I am for it Kentuck-ian-CitiM Clay Jr aM attended anl when I the am against a man am against him With thanks lor apace in your panel I Miss Mary Neale has returned from a am Respectfully charming visit to Richmond Mrs Wni S Noiiis V t F Iucv Hawkins Jennings of Richmond ami ii anus in wkiwinks has been the guest of her Laura Hawkins She enjoyed her self in a quiet way during her stay here ii Lawrence and Mis- - Susie 1arker hath of Huntsville Mo eloped and were lieiiig the recipient of many familv lindrew tie and married Sunday April 38th Doth of ings tea parties etc A few days ago r 1m tor of Clark eoun- - Mrs Anna des Cognets gave a beautiful family dinner in her honor Mrs Judge - and were probably horn here the lucky son of Root Lawrence eiiny entertained her at tea and Mrs rrooniiea - a daughter of Frank Ahner Daniel at luncheon She left for and Mr yeatorday home afternoon Parker Winchester Democrat Tom Arnold a nourishing young merI the Married at the reaidenceof the brides chant of Richmond was in town Friday David father Mr C II Maapin on Station in company with a bridal party from Estill county Mav the 9th at 2 p Spears At June this wedding Mr Arnold in Mr II D Shifflet and Miss U nora acted in the capacity of el ii will Ik iiest man for The bride wore a lovely white the seventh time and he declares that lie a Maapin satin trimmed in silk lace and satin rih- - the next wedding he attends he wants to arried a lovely boqnet of white Ik-Kentucky the Very hest man Neil les an I Marchal hy a The bride and grooaa never looked half Leader si lovely The attendants were Mr L DIED I McDonald of Lexington Ky anl r of the groom Mrs Dovie wife of Dr W W Burgin Mr W B gentlemen wore the conventional of this city lied in Iiuisville on the 8th it hy lack The hridesnciids costume mn Her age was ahout 21 fears She the parta Henrietta cloth male plain was the daughter of William and Mary lu the with a long train She carried a Martin and raised in Richmond Her terian a white boaaet She looked pretty and remains were interred in Richmond very graceful cemetery Sunday afternoon el many nice Kexl Krieaj Niht A telegram was received here Sunday ihe grooms father prevented the Itich- - him with a clock his mother with a hearing the sad intelligence of the death Bushy ot Mt Sterling At the lovely nice jailt of her own make The of Mr EoajBM t two weeks ago Prof Herbert hail whose lecent severe illness we note in brides father presented her with a purse Mii li sympathy ia felt hi Lexing- her mother with a fine parlor our last letter illars 1k lamp Mrs Marv M Duman of Rich for his wife who was Miss Mattie Salter a left tow n mond ice cream ameers Mr am Mrs of this place The deceased leaves widow and three children two daughters a ithout notice Brute Duncan a pair of towels Mis -- cure La- - not and a eon to mourn his early death Banne y a set of eggshell glasses Laaceater Cor Interior Journal cornet player F Bradley a fruit bowl anl Mr Bushy was at one time in business lit dollars T Norris a ig table Mia Addle very slow in pa ing ap here and regarded very highly by his ke stand Mattie Shifflet a hrides He was the ana of N B Bus- Â¬ ites pin The grooms present to his ife was hy who died at Irvine last summer He I I a handsome diamond pin Patrick sm o Judgi - in addition to the family mentionThe tahles were loaded with everywill it is ret ed above a brother Mr James Busby the management ol the thing tempting to the appetite and alter of Irvine and numerous relatives among Mr Patrick is a live everyone had feasted many nice hove Mr Andy Wallace and Mrs The whom are were sent to friends and relatives i K Conroy uncle and aunt on the mothter The newspaper rater- - ceremony was performed hy the Lev of the family The remains W loin s pastor of the Methodist ers side liiiiii their were conveyed to Lancaster M ondav afw i iter as Church at Irvine The parties all left ess a ternoon for interment Bat inlormed as lor Stanford and other aajaaa in the afterPea-- noon Cll ATTKR BOX iiiovenients Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX Insurance Co was here part of last week in the iuterest of his company liaiiroading on both C V and Knox ville divisions has besn a little dull for some time but Mama to be improving at present Why not have water works in Corbin We think a water company here could realize a large per cent profit on their investment Flder W H Rogers and son of Clay county were here last week aud bought a farm of Chestnut and Francis They will move here this fall Hello there Rowland Branch cant we hear from you sometimes through the columns of the Climax A W FVancis our clever and energetic postmaster has had some very valuable improvements made on the post otliee which adds much to its bea ity and to the comfort of the public Alex is a hustler We learn that a company has been leasing lands in and around Coibiu for coal oil anl gas and that arffingements have been made with a Pennsylvania firm to drill a test well 2000 feet deep Work will begin within two weeks will lie A three story brick building erected here this spring and summer The first floor is to be used as a business house the second will be used by the Y M C A and the third as a Masonic hall Several parties have already taken stock Mac in this building Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DENS REVIEWS THE WKKK Â¬ Â¬ Y srrUfeTgfJi mJJrlpJiS E i Â¬ 1 1 1 The event of the week is demoralization of foreign exchange caused by enormous sales of bonds abroad Besides a sale of 10000000 Manhattan and other railroad bonds through the syndicate large purchases on foreign account have been recorded for some weeks so that the aggregate probably exceeds 50000 000 since the sale of governments Safety for the summer means much for all business aud the syndicate deems it so fully assured that it distributes 40 per cent of the money advanced bv the ciates which relieves a large amount to stimulate operations in securities and products Crop prospects also have greatly improved and thisis of still higher importance as it will do much to determine the character and volume of all business after sti miner uncertainties are over In addition business is reviving though the gain in great industries is re Â¬ tarded by many strikes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fijp 11 4 isa pqGH rcj rnjEa i 1 iHiii 1 1 i 1 1 i i11111 111 i 1 1f1 o - ATICOSUTCOST iiiifliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiico- in iJ iiS nwmm C THE - mm RUM 1 rHJE irrJfS MS lJirp afLs QS Jic M Vim 11 Ht nt anc foX Sahjaiu- CINCIN JCati eSe araus srSJ guicinnati gficaji uiuiifnni Gooih Igtole ii cfoiing out cBocti tfc ctttiic itocfc of gfot fling rr r l fc 1 fifva U1Hl INCH NXATI Psl lSjljl rSJ THltariEJrarjfUffl Wiuicaf Jinttumaih iYlAl IU NAT t The wholesale grocery trade percepti bly increases with prices firm and sugar slightly advancing An increase of 10 per cent over the same month last year is seen in wooden and willow ware trade General trade is fair and money more active banks reporting increased demand Retail trade continues to improve with prospects encouraging Â¬ jtnl dllllii IfEilfE gjraJsraJsfrt SrlJiffLlPM pJJrHlrrilla ii i c0mmfiatlS tocc h lAar lununiJ o until t clioicc entile cfatd out CHCC if you want BARGAINS 0mi at dBe ami tac tficfut ijlit fifacc GHEAP T I1R tt i lOKSTOWX LOLIsVllIK Business continues fairly active in all lines with money in fair demand The iutc and conic to tfic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Misses Hallie Boggs and Alice Arnold spent Saturday and Sunday in KicLmond Mr Beverly Broaddus will be here this week in the interest of S C Baldwins improvement previously noted continues and crop prospects are favorable AMERICAS GIRUB win--n- the CINCINNATI CHEAP STORE FIRST ST RICHMOND KY A- - rxu ST0R MfjEjmmJfM m mmmmmL PMpMar -- Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 house contract e Bright mt wisp and witty An exceptionally appreciative crowd Grave or gay plain or pretty of us listened to the Colonels music at Wal1 iuy in the way- - ot the world tsday In an innocent t sort of way Union Saturday evening Theres never an avenue open to man Hon C S Powell and lady will rustiInside r out of old prejudices bann cate in them parts this week where their Bui these able yonng women Will tread if they presence is most welcome They are doctors and lawyers and editors too The saw mill has moved to the old Preachers and teachers a belle or a blue Cotton gin Lane pond owing to lack of Mcri liants and mayors and only great care water it the former position This move Presents them from taking the Presidents chair They arc mm y linn and venturesome too will make it inconvenient for some as it Hut at heart God bless them places them further from the mill They are steady and true Your correspondent wishes to ae And s pure and tender as in the days When fenced in and by knowledge the receipt of an invitation to In ologio lasses in laced in lore ustom am sts etlmal a picnic given by Miss Arnold to her Youre sjfTi icntly learned and think you mav stop pwarl and trust me one woman or more scholars aud friends on the last day of Particu- Â¬ Sits smiling serenely at you from the top both the month and her school M wkkkik Bkmiislev lars are forthcoming t PATENTS LIST matter-of-fiL- Hi lit 3 sfjHJsraiJsnTi is M isrgi Mfti illr3 him m M 1 1 mm nil ink Knock Out it lraJMpfiijBr rftgrranraIBBrrr3rBrrdBi I lis ms fJa AX P kw S tt n ik Ster- tf Mr Edward Conroy went to Mt ling Monday of last week - Â¬ -- 1 ii 1 vniiius sister-in-law-M- Mrs Lou L Hume has returned from Louisville when- she has been on busi- fon D C KJ Alford Patterson Va shingle sawness ing machine B L Baldwin Gainesville The merchants here are filling up their Fla refrigerator and ventilating ear A stoics with new goods in all lines This EL decoBrocoir Wheeling W Va shows increased confidence rating glassware etc X L Carter Berry The farmers of Estill have their lands villc Va printers galley E Chesire Many of Covington in better shape than lor ears Ky steam engine K P them are turning their attention to to Churchwell Savannah Tenn axle nut bacco culture II J Davis Birmingham Ala rotary No town in Kentucky can bona of machine Dorn Baltimore Md appa more graceful or more daring horseback ratus for pitching harrels H W Earl Every evening now Earlton MI foot warmer J J Faulkriders than Irvine that the weather is nice Im Is a prancer ner Memphis Tenn cotton seed delin in waiting at almost every gate ter J K Gilbert Kissemee Fla broom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ to Southern Inventors this Reported by C A snow cv Co Solicitors of American and Foieign Iat cuts Opp I S Latent Otiice Wasliing week Granted SALE jS H J STREMG l Â¬ i roan Sid Tudor was visiting friends at Irvine lesse Webb of Fstill last week coin tv was visiting his brother Sid Madam Rumor says here last week th re w ill he a matrimonial wave strike Tom Ben Ford in the near future nett and wife of Madison county were Â¬ I - I i i 1 visiting at Pete Ilennetts recently Uncle John Williams of Istill countv who had been visiting here the pent week returned home Saturday Two Mile Creek came down last Friday evening higher than it has been since 1882 when it drowned seven or eight It has negroes and a white woman done a great deal of damage on the little Miss Lizzie Brown daugh bottoms ter of John Brown an accomplished young lady of Booneslioro it will be re membered got so badly mashed up by a attached to a hiiggy running away near Winchester last fall has got able after being confined to her room for sniie live months to visit our little town We hope soon to see for the first time Miss Lizzie entirely restored to the use of her limbs She is still ipiite lame but is improving nicely Winchester Democrat Â¬ Â¬ head C 11 Hamilton Baltimore MI table leveler W W Harris Fl Dorado alarm clock W T Harrison Pooler ia apparatus for tanning J A Ruth Baltimore Md fastener for placket of gar- Â¬ Sarrazin New Orleans Iji ments automatic faucet H Schroder Covington Ky painters shutter trestle J stuoliers l vington Ky vaHir gas burner A L Tise Winston N C sign L F Trinchard New Or leans LaL car fender T J Turley Nashville Tenn tinting attachment for printing presses M Van Belt Moundsville W Va damping car Â¬ AS USUAL is with TOO tkb atorniaar with anotlier one of his surprises this we mean knock out all former prices ami special sales on special lines to iniiU c tlic month of Mav the hipyest sales in the history of our hnsincss will sell every moraine for cash as lontr as they last This time it - a Knock Out Sale liv This sale is onlv for a short time in order As i starter nt this koL- - Dm SUL m m L fea l Sis SJs u Every Yard of Calico in the House at 3 Onlv between the hours of 10 a m 1 2 Cents Per Yard Our next special will be and 12 m After these hours the regular prices will be charged ap 731 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This will he a regular The Worlds Columbian Exponitioa Was of value to the world by illustrating the improvements in the mechanical arts and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents has been ol equal importance and as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Figs is in ad- ance of all o hers eraJ Knock out and Drag Oat Price Sale All former prices so completely knocked out that vou will not J E nmrniiu former nriccs and delav huvinsr Dress Goods at the liriccs we make at this sale will he sin h thnt rh v will nr fRil last long We are exclusive agents for a well known brand of kid gloves and to iatrodaee them we make a KNOCK OUT lHjfE pt 1KUK on thorn DRESS GOODS g 1 J aBBBTarZBEABBkaBdBW frWS- - i1 m rV - t any wis aan a The Worlds showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav- Â¬ ening power as the Royal Map of Fair Tests fffiilMlMIEE pgJglHMp IrSJsrrtiJrr jpilBfrSjpifpipm A fpJlpfrplpll piafrtiJanlniShJsfglMrgJsrJWr gHsrTSJinr2JarSi3 taara-SlrtiJana-SltBRi- M s r l m Regular S125 Glove IgLajsJajsM TB Â¬ Virginia Battlefields t t t The onlv correct map made from of lit NT KY ticial papers in the War Department Mrs ICliza Walden iaoajta ill with complete list of battles Sent on Pleasant Bater bought ol Nat Tevis a receipt of IVS cents in money or jostage stamps Address C B Ryan Asst milch cow at 85 O Ry Cin- Â¬ Win Ramsey of Winchester was here Genl lassr Agent C 1842 cinnati O few days ago a Jesse Tevis and Chas Hall were at Ford a few days ago Baart Brandenburg has been quite ill for the last few days George Tracy of Madison county was here on a visit a few days ago Walter Webb sold to Joe Ellis his crop of tobacco at Uc per pound all around Wasted lleardm Two ladies or gentleman and wife Two squares from court house Good water Also cool house and large shady yard Instable and carriage house if desired quire at his office Special To introduce them we will make them daring this sale at 1100 PARIS HIES THE BBToLulE 1 nMUMlMiJit EViV nMMWMfpil s ImUr H liUf rtrmr tka Ur to li Uniia tWa tUk We Are Exclusive Agents for the Celebrated and Well Known Genuine JACKSON CORSET WAISTS frtUSi - mm It Keeps The Symmetry of Yonr Figure Tou from Round Stooping Shoulders Tour Dress Good Fitting Tour Back and Spine Strong 1 It Helps VtlelKjuf J Â¬ Â¬ Rata via K N I- - 8 K It 1 Â¬ Â¬ EDUCATIONAL KKTIKK TKS OK to Ikrvices --sjs - C0KKB8P0NUKNCB SIKING RACES LOUISVILLE KY I ickets on sale May uth to 22a inc u Rate sive with limit to return May 23d one and one third fare round trip ANNUAL C pmMjtrm iiiwmlu f WiU5rplj TiieJii50i juseTVAat X V hatt r Tour Figure Tour Dress Maker Tour Bodily Health Tou in the Eyes of Everybody Your Natural Charms parol IKAlt ATloX to you Isit gentlemen It - currently reported that the Infirmary of this city Pacta rt re- will close down The il The wedding of Mi George iraddy of Versailles and Miss Carrie Blakemore of Farmdale is announced for the Bd Miss Blakemore is a beautiful young lady and great favorite in society m in the nariors of Married at 2the lhoenix Hotel in Louisville by - retted the ladiet V Spicer pastor Jel Llder f r v conducted institution street Christian Church Mr Edward thing in a commu arson and Miss Ida Baldwin of Brook town MalLsoii county Ky The happy ater The Fiscal Court has since the couple were accompanied bv the hrides the ahove again taken up the Miss Lizzie Baldwin The party n and passed an order granting left on the 30 p m train for their home or We approve heartily The Climax and its household join in of their action aiabiaaj the beautiful bride and her husliaud much joy with long and useful Oallege Nate aDowanr ditiona - I- - I Artillery drill at the college letween HM S ocJeefc on Tuesilays the ii i The Bennett Mdord wedding took ii lav- place at the Methtdist Church as indicale every Thursday te I in the CinMV last week It was a grand afiair The decorations of the afternoon at oclock lie no recurrence of the puh-li- - church were very beautiful and the drill by the young ladies of the M ies of the bride and her atteiidauU Hamate year a beaaratbe iut The good people of drill will in all probability form Richmond while rejoicing in the happi I the devoted couple feel a aa at the loss to the community of the fair heal laaaar son is a MeCord Mr bride Fanns town or city property and of Win MeCord of this county and a I on a reaMain lands boaaaat or so He is one of the native of Malison y the nuderi leading attorneys of Fairhaven Wash Bfj the lands offered for ington lie and his lovely bride carry f the finest minerai and tiuilier with them the best wishes of their in Kentmky lersons wanting numerous friends mountain lands will find it to their interÂ¬ 1 1 Â¬ - - m commuuica- - ith me Ten thousand acres in one an iuexhauolable eotl field lot- leir- Clay lnds imuiense tiuantities of litahlefor making em auslic tiling and 001 to the beat in the urther details See world i 1 Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnr Name Ssry True but it Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There is No Pay boailtfr Far Sale nonf Kv max office and get in- a clioiep lot of Ii olilar Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder rTViari ii- and oak ton C r sale at Kin 43- - iiannt Mil- - in for cash The State Board have issued diplomas DOTUm IE to the following pupils of the Richmond Cut worms are destroying gardens and colored schools The diplomas are handcorn crops here some steel engravings executed on parchMrs Sallie Eades of Red House visiment and should be highly valued by ted her father A P White the past week the possessors The examination was Henrv Wright and daughter Dessie of very thorough The names of the grad were over Sunday visiting his Clark are James Rodes Susie Cobb father-in-laB L Abney Callie Miller James Willis James Mob Dr Price of Winchester was calle I erly Another class will try for the hon- Â¬ to the bedside of Miss Sallie Reeves and ors in June Miss Nannie Broaddus a pupil of R Mrs B L Abney last Friday F Scudder in school district No 42 was Mrs Vinnie Schooler died at her home in Lexington the ith inst and was buried the only arhita pupil who made an effort She passed the ex- Â¬ in the old family burying ground at John to obtain a diploma Sth Death amination with an exceptionally high Babers on Tuesday the average Many more of our scholars was occasioned by a fall She was seventy could obtain these valiiie dix iiments seven years old which in future wars will lx considered treasures indeed by the posse fiors l OUIIIN Why not make Oie effort Consult Oscar Helton of Woodbine attended vour teachers and suhmit yourselves to Sunday church here last the examination in June Fxaminations J W Logsden Superintendent of C are held in January and June of each V was in town last Thursday year orbin now has a population of nearly The Board of Education will select Two UM0 and steadily increasing eisrht teachers for the High School Master mechanic Jas Asbworth was of the number now serving will not be applicants for next year iusviie on ousiness mommy Examination of The Competitive of Lincoln county is Mrs Gastinan who will be applicants tor pla teachers here visiting her son J M Gastinan ces in the High School will be held FriEdderJ C Floyd of Keavy was in day and Saturday next The examiners town last Friday visiting his daughter are Mrs Bourne IVof R E Roberts and B L Banks and Marsh Mahan Knights Hon W B Smith of the grip were in town last Tuesday Reports Bond Stewart with L Moses A Co The U was here talking clothing to our mer- show Royal Baking Powder chants Thursday superior to all others Well yes three Tigers in Corbin For high grade clothing shoes and or four and they are bliud So keep gents furnishing goods visit the Cyclone away from them Conductor Mac Day of C V has 6tore and we will convince yon that it is been on the sick list a tew lavs but is to your interest 10 patronize me hww Cyclone store we undersell everybody about able for duty street opnosite the court house was A Newport of Willhmsburg W 4 Richmond Ky here last Sunday visiting his laughters ute and Mrs Rowe Dont neglect your insurance Powell Aj Turley I L C Drake with I ni n Central Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w NVENTION KINGS TERS LOUISVILLE DAUGH- Â¬ rSJsi Tickets on sale May 20th to clusive with limit to May 27th one fare for round trip STATE CONVENTION Y P b ISVILLE C sra 4th in- Rate ELOU We invite yon to test a aaw at the aliove Kaaek out sale on Ulies Not nianv on hami so coma earl v F CLOTHES you nee a siIT The Kaock Out 8nk macaaa Haraaaam We can tit a i hill front three yeaanoaiap to a 300 pound In this line we have lone the man Knock Oat Pricea on Clothing How are you tixcl oa Carpeaa Knaa M attinus and e iirt oiis Knock out pricea hold high carnival here When in want of anything that you know ve keep husiness this season in the history of the department give us a look Knn k out pricea hold forth in every denarlim nt Yours for low prices We also aaTInt losierv hanlle anl i full line ot the well known 10 cents for the small wears P I lKi and H anl i Corsets JKST TOWK1 on earth li ZE3I Tickets on sale May 23d and 24th with Rate one limit for return to May 27th fare for round ti p REPUBLICAN STATB CONVENTION ISVILLE LOUÂ¬ rja lijTJirfTliEjngiraiJl J STHEHTO JSJJSJJSJISJJ 0 fit rafflliaBlraBnBllgnaBrilLBIfHiBnaBnaBW Tickets on sale June 4th and 5th with Rate one fare limit for return June Sth for round trip LATONIA SPRING RACES COVINGTON ttt Tickets to Cincinnati on sale May 22d to June 26th inclusive with limit five days from date of sale Rate one and one third fare for round trip C M Browmng G P A Are vou in it 3 in it iV0RiS60AW rORTY ttlLLlON CAKE5 YEARLY THE Come In Farmers WE WILL SHOW YOC The Best Corn Planters the Best Cultivators - Powell insurance Turley If not get 3 J PBOCt 1 k GAMBLE CO CINT1 The Planter and Cultivator that mean MORE CORN LESS WORK AND MORE MONEY That these Planters and Cultivators are better than others all farmers know Powell i Turley pay all fire losses Â¬ S Govt The Southern Railway on Mav and iS will ell tickets at greatly reduced rates to Houston Texas good to return lj nys from date of sale on account of Richmond Carsure Works National Encampment Cnited Confederan- S L Midkiff Proprietor ate Veterans An additional fifteen days Dont wait until you are burned out will be granted if tickets are placed with Turley 3 2 the agent at Houston before breaking up Powell of the encampment St Pur ley prompt and trust Powell Â¬ j j j MADISON CIRCCIT COURT Nancy Broaddus Executors - Notice vs Nancy Broaddus Devisees Sic Under a judgment of the Madison Cir- Â¬ 17 36 cuit Court in the above cae at its April term 1S05 all persons having debts or claims ot every character and descrip- Â¬ THE tion against the estate of Nancy Broaddus deceased are required to prove and Dont go to sleep over your insurance worthy 32 2 3 Turley Poweli Carriages wagons and baggie over- verify the same as required by law and present them fcr payment to and payTur- hauled and painted at the very lowest ment demanded of her Executors not OK Insure that big barn Powell All work guaranteed to be as Uter than July r rSov On failure to do pricea y ley o all snid debts or claims of all anJ every good as any in the State person or persons or their executors ad- Â¬ The be t companies adjutt promptly Cakbi b Works RiciiMM c are administrators or guardians Turley V Powell S L Midkiff Proprietor 30- judged by the Court forever barred against Tarley Powell Are you insured and are forever WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS of this far We have the best companies lowt ll her estste all her executors 3 2 liability for said debts or BREEDERS relieved of A pig for sal from regite breed of hogs in several States 3 J Turley claims or any part rhereo What about your insurance Powell I WCAPERTON ARANTEED SATlSFACr a good servant out a cad Fire Is 3 Turley D W TRIBBLE 3- Powell Turley Executors of Nancy Broaddus deed Ky a well as storms master H Look out for fires T Fire insurmce Powell Powell 86 Turley ne of buggies carriages sur ries lrouches and wagons just received They are dandies Come and see them Nfade of the best materia and guaranPricet lower than ever before teed A new NOTICE If you cant come in drop us a postal send you circulars and catalogue We will write you all about them and SHACKELFORD GENTRY Â¬ Â¬ BLUE GRASS HERD Â¬ Â¬ R BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard h m m Am OUR CLOTHING lb IN DEPARTMENT BOUND MONEY AGE No FREE COIN- Â¬ of silver Fkaxkkort Ky To applicants April 22 Is CLEVELAND ON FINANCE Jackson Miss May 3 Gov Stone this evening made public a letter address- Â¬ ed to him by President Cleveland under date of April 2ii The followiug is the full text of the letter I Exattmvs Mansion W VSIIINOTOX DCL Apri Lti Tut purchasing jower of our silver dollar is the same as that of our gold dollar The purchasing power of a Mexican silver dollar is only about one half that of the United States coin and yet it conWe tains a greater amount of silver and in Clothing we re at all times off ring EXTRA INDUCEMENTS And consequently has a greater intrinsic carry many different grade and our mens good will fit value The silver dollar of the United States will pay the debt of any individ- Â¬ ual or of the government the same as a gold dollar excepting in cases where a and real or implied contract exists that payment shall be made in gold The gold and silver coins are interchangeable the We will give you a better qualit of goods than you can get elsewhere for the majority of the American people having urn monev and besides give you a perfect fit Our method of buying and out little or no choice as to the coin they re -MALL PROFIT does the work We continue to offer c ive for services rendered or coinmodi- - FULL BLAST SHORT MEN In Â¬ LONG MEN Â¬ STOUT MEN Special Inducements id There - an old axiom that Things which are equal to the same thing are Then since the equal to each other silver dollar will buy just as many pounds of sugar cottee meat and bread or as much cloth as will the gold dollar the coins are equal in value But we hear the question asked how can this at cts per yard J4 ig silver dollar be equal in value with the 20 cts per yard old dollar when a gold dollar will uv cli Table Oil Cloth 15 cts per yard enough silver to make two silver dollars omplete with Spring Rollers 10 cts Window The law authorizing the use of silver as - k of a coin made it a legal tender and re asserted toe paritv of Id to 1 which exists between them and has affixed on the mass of silver designated bv law as constituting the equivalent of a gold dolNo trouble to show goods at 3 cts up Large Hickory Hats 9 cts lar the stump or imprint of the govern With even dollar purchase ask for your card ment known of all men constituting it a coin This then is the solution of the enigma The government ot the United State-sathat the silver dollar is equal to the gold dollar anil lo the nations of the aaanannnnaannaaaaaaaaMaannaaHnnaaMB MaMMMMaMaBMHHMKaBHMMHlM earth accept as a fact thai tiat as relates ruuijijTrirLnjTrLrLrLrLr to our coin and the result - we have of rAHjiijTTLrinjiJTJTriJTjTiiJiri If you need hardware cutlery 5 the white metal money over 625000000 now in circulation or in our vaults and 5 nails liar iron blacksmith or freely recognized as money -5 inn implementearjK nterV ti dK hjuikes felloes This silver dollar then lieing depend Jj liuli A kirn call on ent on th action of our laws for its value u 1 iruTjiininjTJTJxruriinnxvruu UlJTJTJTJUUTJTJIAJVllJUXrtJXnJXrD is plainly a tiat dollar and as such 3 5 can lie retained in circulation 110 - men- bullion it matter how much may depreciate just as long as the credit The 5 T of the government remains unimpaired a a 1 jJeC JedlV Vulcan mi the very moment that the inc 2 THE i Harrliffape lA OLDEST Firm in S Th2 trinsic value of any coin metal falls be Chilled c Grocerv low an established parity between it and 2 Best Plow 3vTjurinjxruTJinnjTnjTJxrinjinjiniJTJiJu gold and dependt solely on the law au thorizing its creation and for the main tenance of its coin value that momei t it rintnnjinnnnnrLriJuinnrLruinn i becomes tint money and is no batter to the people than would in the same ps alt linn cement nan1 oat- amount of paper dollars backed by the reed potatoes and grans same authority leells every kind can le I ujrlit at Indeed from motives of economy it lowest prices From wen better that we have tiat paper 5 duTJUTJTTLrijuinrLnnjuiiinnTiTJinjTJTj money and acknowledge the wisdom of the greenback party in its vain efforts for supremacy in bygone days In s7i there was practically no silver in circulation in the United States Now we have -- oJiiKKiiKMl either fn coin or in silver certificates and have main tained this colossal sum at a parity with gold Is this dean onitixation What government has done more and better for its people than this The silver men or producers are di satisfied They want all restriction re moved from the coinage of silver that I they inav dump their tons 01 bullion at the doors of our mints and cany away in return two dollars three doli UK CAN LOWER WE SELL AS LOW four dollars as the case may be in dollars MATTING WINDOW SHADES 1 OIL CLOTHS and CARPETS Straw Hats -- Â¬ Â¬ ELDERS BARGAIN STORE y- Â¬ a- PflPI FYRRfiR aaw zana Bchcni Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 00 YOU WANT A WAGON as WORKS Â¬ - y THAN EVEB BEFORE WE HAVE Too MANY ASH WE aim AFTER NTUGKY CARRIAGE John Donelson PROPRIETOR j M vvwvtvvvvvlxv IMMiMH IT TICKLES YGU the INSTANT RELIEF rou OCT FROM LIGHTNING HOT DROPS Gooo Smel3Everywhere Tastes GoodPer Does Good every time No Relief ha Pay Bottle at 25c end 60c Sold HFRH EDICINL CO SPRINGFIELD r CURIES Morbus HEALS BREAKS UP -fj Sara Flux Cholera of Water etc ruiscs Scratches Bites of thunrs - - InHucnia at etc O IF 17 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It n d 23 90 equal in value to gold How long are ask would the credit of the government succeed in maintaining the parity between coin- - with the Hood gate opened in this manner The slightest reflection will convince you reader that it would be but a short time until the credit and parity would lnth oeaae to exist the silver dollar would depre ciate in purchasing power gold would disappear iron our markets and our currency lc on a par with that of Mexico and other Central and South American Leave countries What - the remedy the currency alone as the demand for more money makes itself apparent then let the government purchase and coin more dollars This talk of free coinage is destined to work much evil until its import is fully understood It has origin with the pro- liners or silver mine owners who are striving to enrich themselves by getting from their bullion two or more dollars in the coin of the realm in tead of one half a dollar the market value of their production The cry ha- - been taken up bthe demagogue and the politician and on this agitation thev hope to ride into power Some are honest in their convictions not having followed the ques tion logically to its inevitable results Such persona we seek to chance The others must go down with the fallacy Will you aid in enriching the e and impoveiish the country pander to the demagogue and destroy our nations credit at ionic and abroad No you will not When you have thoroughly investigated the claims of the free silver ji rty youeannot and will not give them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Ofert InN wr ii IT trtl J tartr Ctfiwti trtiBlt m AtiMU JackjuoTilU lurid SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS T rkhorr nscta W C Ma au4 A k lurmts credence and standing but relegate them t our historical shelves to moulder with tie numerous idiosyncrasies of dead larties We now have as money the enormous sums of 625000000 in silver and 1700000000 in gold each dollar of which is equally valuable one with the other Is not this bimetalism if not tell us what bimetalism is V fttWwt MWllki u u audc at Lexington jas RINEAKSOV I A treat Ctatinaati WASHABLE MATERIALS FOB O LA- Â¬ DIES New BUM1IEB GOWN j Jj QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE I 3 s rL rJj i JlJ FlL rJ iiMTJsifSJjS IT i grass linens and ecru linen nave color introduced in dashes bars and stripes or else they are quite plain Heavier smooth lilies come in a variety of shades such as light blue navv pink green and yellowish brown Among the new cotton fabrics are some baistes GREATEST CLEARANCE SALE EVER bEFORE KNOWN TO THE PEOPLE OF MAD ISOM AM SURROUNDING COUNTIES Now i the time to buy Our low prices wil enable you to put good away for tutuie uoe worth 7 for 2 7 Mens Suite worth 0 for Sjfo Men Suite worth 12 tor 5 Bo t Suits worth 5 for Bois Knee Suns worth 17 for 74 cents Mens Overcoats worth f 1250 for 3 co Boys Overcoat worth 3 to for 125 Mens Shoes worth 50 for 75 cents 250 Mens Cape 10 cents worth 45 cents Childrens Shoes for 25 cent worth 50 cents Mens Boots for 25 cents worth 250 500 Wool Overshirfs worth 0 for 50c Lad ir- 500 worth 3 cents for cents Ladies and Misses Cloaks for so cent ioo Canton Flannel at 4 cents a yard Blown Cotton at 3 cents a ard Calico at 3 cent a vard 5000 vds serge Dress Good C c worth 15 Gingham at 3 cent a yaid Mens Lndershirts at 20 cent- - each 1000 Ladies Handkerchiefs for 2 cent worth 10 All our Ladies Cloaks at your own price Come and get the bargains Dont buy elsewhere until vou have seen our prices Everything must V t make room for mg Good Fity dollar led room set given awav next month A new lot of pic 1 1 Men- - Suits braiJ ftUS beautiful Hindoo batistes and smoothed twilled teviot suitings iinghams zephvis and dimities are always popular and appear in pretty and novel designs Hotted Swiss muslins with artistic wreaths bouquets or separate blossoms p inted in natural colors on tinted or white grounds easily take the lead for elegant wear In the ktcDoweU Fashion Magazines just at hand cau be seen many illustrations of these new fabrics and their applications The latest styles of skirts and capes appear in special coupon patterns Thaae popular and artistic patterns continue to form a most charac tetistie feature of the McDowell Journals and are highly prized for their accuracy o details and their practical excelleme I i Mode de Paris and Paris Album of Fashion coat only 350 a year or cents each per copy The French make cts a ierauniim or copvla Mode costs only tLM per year or 16 cents a copy If vou are unable to procuie either of these publica- tions from your newsdealer do not take a substitute from him but apply by mail aara A McDowell A Co 4 We t Â¬ for County Certificate State Certiticate and State Diploma In making up the questions for the current year the State Board of Fxanii ners purpose to indicate even more em- phatically than heretofore the design of law that teachers in the public schools should be fully prepared to give accurate anl efficient instruction in every branch prescribed that thev should realize the importance of this and that County Boards of Kxaminers insist upon as close attention to one as to another Much complaint has Iieen made that the old tendency to regard certain things as es- Â¬ sential and others as merely comple mentary or incidental stiH obtains and that what is characterized in homely phrase as good all round instruction and drill is far from being the rule The question as to the relative educational value of studies is a momentous one now fortunately undergoing in this country serious and thoughtful investigation and discussion but it is not within the province of State or County Hoards to determine even to consider this when pronouncing upon the qualifications per ons must have to obtain the States li ensc to take charg of her common schools The branches specified by the law are to the extent to which they ate te be pursued fundamental and a teacher should be so thoroughly versed in each that there will le no tendency to dev lop into the arithmetic crank the gr inner crank or the otherwise unreasonably-biased individual in a field requires above all others the well ed ami adaptable mind If the foundation laid in the common school is faulty the superstructure of the after life cannot be strong and symmetrical and it is due to the child that none of the fundamentals alluded to be slighted A wrong is inflicted upon him when they are slighted It has occured to us thai one of the most serious defects in current teaching is the partial neglect of the languag studies and exercises spelling reading writing and compositon and while in the questions for the year nothing will be given prominence the tests on these points will lie given their importance and county boards are respectfully urged aire their careful consideration a to time alloted each on examination and as to credits allowed Technical Grammar Arithmetic raphy History and Physiology will not be less regarded than heretofore but will be more consistent one month with another and lietter calculated to test the applicant a familiarity therewith and bis judgment as to principles effects and ap- Â¬ plication while something more than the customary importance will be given to Civil Government and to the Science and Art of teaching the latter now re quired by law to take its place on exam ination with the school branches and lo led with equal care We deprecate anything that aavorsof cramming for ex nination but we should be remiss of duty to than who wish to enter upon the important work ol teaching or to continue therein it we should fail to indicate our views - to the necessity of careful attention to every branch and appear to have misled them by bringing them without fair warning face to face with a series of questions making those increased demands which are imperative if we wish to make some gain each year in the efficiency of the teaching force As will lie inferred it is well that in reviewing or prosecuting the work in which many of vou are now Engaged in training schools or private study you examine with much particularity the chapter on nrtbograpby as found in your practical rammer that in compositii n you consider with care punctuation capitalizing paragraphing in short all that relates to gooo loriu as well as to correctness of expression Composition is so important that every teacher ought to make special study ot some work not prescribed for use in the eonmon schools as Kellogg- - Composition and Rhetoric Bunnells Composition Butlers School English etc In addition to a thorough acquaintance vv ith the adopted text books on civil Government the Constitution United States and the Constitution of entuiky should be well anden as their most ostensible provisions rjo many requests have been made by those who desire to apply during the present year for State Certiticate and Mate Diploma for uS to designate some good text books to be used in reviewing the higher branches required in order that they may not be subjected to the unnecessary exiense of purchasing works which they have in hand that we indicate some which am deemed good and sufficient though it is not to be in that similar standard works will be found to diner materially or to be deficient in treating the subjects touched Upon in the test questions In the matter of Literature Shaws New History of English and American Literature is sufficient in the Science aud Art of Teaching and Psychology Whites School Management Steeles Rudimentary Psychologv and Boarka Psycholo gy in Education are admirable in Al- any modern treatise of the Aca demic grade will serve your purpose in netry Steele Wells or Wewtworth and in Latin a familiarity with any standard grammar iu connection with Caesar and Virgil will suffice The deep interest now being manifest ed in the teachers vexation and the increasing number of scholarly and ambitious ladies and gentlemen who are looking forward to this work are indicative of better thing- - for the common schools and encouraging to us who look with much concern tor evidence of im- Â¬ provement A wideawake well equip Â¬ ped teacher imbued with the spirit of his calling is indispensable to every school Without such the States beiie lee is thrown away tierhape worse than thrown away If you are striving for this excelleuce we are doing you a ser- Â¬ vice when we insist upon a higher standarl of thought and attainment and it - you to whom this is addressed Respectfully Ed Poktkr Thomi son J VS H ll Jl A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j 1806 Hon J M Stone Governor etc Your letter of the 21st Mv Devk Sih instant is at hand I do not feel inclined to find fault with your criticism but I think the matters to which you re- Â¬ fer should be judged in the light of the Â¬ From eirlv child- hood until I was grown my family snrnt a flltune trviinir tn cure m nf this disease visited Hot Springs and was treated by the best meuicai men dui was noi When all benefited things had failed I determined to try S S S and in four months was entirely cured The terrible Eczema was gone not a sign nf it loft- - mv trenerarhealth built UD and have never had any return of ECZEMA The Spring Campaign Against R N I B R R rewm High Prices IN Time Table No 24 In fect May 12 1895 EASTBOrND 1ST CLASS No No Ex Sun Ex r Versailles NichoU ivilIe Valley Vie Million Richmond 14 m Ef- Â¬ 2NI 1 rLvifn eRH nnrljT rM5yim nHnnn Sbt W circumstances existing at the time the things were done I never bad an idea of building up or fostering a personal follow- Â¬ ing but so far as politics should properly influence me in making appointments I have tried to lie Democratic and not pre scriptive I am gad you are trank enough to admit your participation in bringing about a condition in office holding which may not be all that could now be desired Whether those appointed to place shall in speech and action behave decently toward the Administration under which they hold office must remain to a large extent a matter of taste and good breeding There are however some officials who devote themselves so industriously to vilification and abuse of those under whom they hold office as to indicate that their fidelity can not be trusted for the performance of their duties in a manner creditable to the Administration and who apparently assume they may spend the lime they owe the public service in doing political mischief In the interest of good government such office holders must in t be surprised if they are snininai ily dealt Â¬ Â¬ S S S to a number of friends for skin dis- eases and have never yet known a failure to d- irixirrvi rcn vrf irtniii umi ra ULV Vnrne fo 1 tn nrsv even after all other remedies have wl Our niirt TroatU rtn U Sain Diseases nailed free to any address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga ivvitiiiiviiuvu wanuuusmsWsWsWsWsWswswaaBBBBBwsass SHOES SLIPPERS an arl to 27 11 HATS CAPS TnW 10 r 8 30 11 17 iVftttl I GENTS FURNISHINGS ano Has begun at Irvine WEST 1 00 BBBBnaasW BRWGZfORVS WALLACE Ladies RICES Irvine Moberly md M ECONOMIST RANGE SSE THEM EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE THEM COMPLETE LINE OF WE HAVE RECEIVED THE LARGEST AND MOST Misses Boys and Childrens Gents with When I received your letter I had just finished reading a letter of yours in which von explain to the citizens of Mississippi your views on the currency quesIt seems to me you have in that tion letter contributed in the best possible Style and in a most valuable way to the fund of argument in favor of sound money I have never ceased to wonder why the people of the South furnishing so largely as thev do products which are exported tor gold should he willing to submit to the disadvantages and loss of silver monometallism and to content themselves with a depreciated and fluctuating cur rency while permitting others to reap a profit from the transmution of the prices of their productions from silver to gold I hope this letter of yours will be given the widest possible circulation especially among our Southern fellow citizens and that thev will be permitted to see the pitfall which is directly before them who madly rush toward the phantom light of free unlimited and independent silver coinage If we who profess fealty to the Detno oratic party are sincere in oir devotion to its principles and if we are right in believing that the ascendancy of those principles is a guarantee of persona liberty universal care for the rights of all non sectional American brotherhood and manly trust in American citizenship in any part of our land we should study the effects upon our party and consequently upon our country of a committal of the National Democracy to this silver aberÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Si 56 Sold Ih Our stock always beauufnl rs this Maaanke r fv Our prices yond comparison in t le and varietv son lower than ever are in fact GENUINE HARD 1 IME PRILLS have the prettiest line ot Eier bronchi to Richmond SHOES -Â¬ - View asville 7 45 A M Trains between between All tr t TAN SHOES AND OXFORDS Under no cwaMMtancea In the market at prices that will astonish vou We have in should voubuv elsewhere until xou have inspected b-our lock - displayed broken augurated a BARGAIN TABLE upon which will and odds and ends in Shoes Slippers Hats Caps and lurm hing GoodThese nods are worth much and other things too numerous to mention more than vou pav lor them and mu will do rouraetl an iniuslKC bv not Vc lor good goods You Call earh and get first choice taking a look at low prices W H ADAMS WALLACE MR N V RICE JNCHMONI ii LHUNDRY nV in Richmond ll Y mm Mi Dealers in Direct from the East WHITE has just returned from New York having bought a full line of Woolen and Wash Dress Fabrics of the There are Smokey Organdies dappled in newest and latest patterns white and chilly blues ginghams running from cold gray March to scarlet Julv in hued trills batistes circus yellow and violet fawns lin- Â¬ ens and muslins pink as azaleas or barred in peppermint stripes piq that charm the eves of the dainty misses and make them long for sum mer plaid madras and corn pale embroidered swiss and at last the novelties of the season cotton crepons whose crinkled surfaces colored Also silU gingor white are strewn with flowers in their natural tints hams of the most beautiful texture for making fancy waists Â¬ Wvrww nV 1 11 Work done promptly as well in the Country 1 11 j 1 i I 11 Hardware and Tinware 36- - PRICE5 NO HIGHER I i PATENTS Caveats and Trade marks obtained and for Moder all patent business conducted ate Fee- - Mv office is in the immediate vicinity ol the Patent Office and ir y facilities for securing patents are un urpass ed Send model sketch draw ina or pho tosrraph with description and statement a- - to advantages claimed No charge is made for an opinion as to patentability and mv fee for prosecuting the application will not be called tor until the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled Inventor- - Guide furnished containing full information free Address I Stand by Home thev will stand by vou 11 A Full Line of Ladies 1 1 Misses Childrens Hose OUT OF TOWN 1 W M At prices to suit the buter Our stock ot corsets is not to be surpassed Besides we have in stock extra side steels side this side of Cincinnati shields and celluloid protectors for the front that make an old corset all but new All kinds of SOLICITED 1 1 DOMESTICS KIND A L IiNElNS Â¬ Franklin 925 F H Hocgb -i street Washington D C With embroderies and laces suitable for making and trimming underA lull assortment of novelties in riblKiiis wear buckles hair curling tongs face veils in fact everything that enhances and in more attractive ration If there are Democrats who suppose that our party can stand upon a platform embodying such doctrine either through its affirmative strength or through the perplexity ot our opponents on the same proposition or if there are Democrats w ho are willing to turn their backs upon their party associations in the hope that tree ami unlimited and independent coin Â¬ age of silver can win a victory without the aid of either party organization they should deceive themselves no longer nor longer refuse to look in the face the results that will follow the defeat if not the disintegration of the Democratic party upon the issue which tempts them from their allegiance If we should he forced away from our traditional doctrine of sound and safe money our old antagonist will take the field on the platform which we abandon and neither the votes of reckless Democrats nor reckless Hepubli caOS will avail to Stay their easy march to power This is as plain as anything Â¬ Mention this paper OST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITn WORMS WHITES CREAM For the hoose wirea we hare a fall aaaortatent ol oil cloths mattings carpets and rugs window curtains cotton i nd linen sheetings towels BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IMOCimllDLAHD RA1BMKT VWiH r routfa- rVi I PARIS i mutr - tf VERtVtlFUCE FOR SO YEARS Has led all MOLD RIIHIHIsllN table linen and naperv We a n keep Hrairerd V Armstrongs wash siiks and filo at 40 cents a dozen or four cents a skein Indeed everything that comprises a good line ol Drv Goods can be found at the corner where jroa are welcome Wi ARE AGENTS FOR I5L TTERICK S PATTERNS VIA P 2 M A M 30 6 20 EVERY WCQfM Remedies BOTTLE GUARhNTEED WHITE 39- ramV GIBSON 5 in 10 37 BY Ali - r d by DiSl tlSlS ST 6 00 7 35 BEMIIXI III r 101 IS ir iirU TTa lflilji We Employ Young Men tt AD Smith j V 31- - C D BERCAW can possibly be It therefore becomes theduty of every Democrat wherever he may be to consider what such a victory would iiicau and in the light of a proper conception of its results be should deliberately shape bis course Yours very truly iKov kk Cleveland BEYOND THE GRAVE THE our auvert-iMments In part payment furabih grade Acne J wnich we send them mi approval Noi ffcrk done until tlie bicycle arrives and proves suiibiaciory llltlnhlila Having replenished his stock of groceries with new and fresh goods will continue basinese at the OLD STAND al the corner of Main and streets He propose not to be undersold by any one FOR ASH H- invites the citi Â¬ zens of Madison county and Richmond to give kin a fair trial Free delivery of goods to all parts of the eitv 1 KENTUCKY CEHTRURT BLUE GRASS ROUT Jharteat a Young Ladies gSStSSSr meiiaed 38 If boysorcirls apply they mast be wellrecorxi V rite fur particulars ACME CYCLE COnPANY ELKHART IND 39- - aaaaaaaaIvam TAYLOR BROS Dealers in- ALSO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOU R -- OBELISK j Quickest Route from N Kentucky to YELLOW and South west Thro i - lloliv TO 1E WILL NEW NOT BE WHOLLY COAL TAU Is excellent for painting roofs barns and For sale bv other outside baildtng THE RICHMOND WATER S LIGHT COMPANY C A Leonard In the Church of All Souls in New York Mayo Kev Dr Newton delivered the third of bis series of sermons on Our Beanrrectioo in the Light of the Resurrection of Jesus During the course of his sermon Dr Newton said If we read the story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ we shall see iu it a type of every other resurrection that is to follow We are constrained to think in some way about the resurrection life if we are to believe in it at all Such thoughts as we can form seem to me to be illuminated from stories of the risen Christ The life to come can not be a bodiless existence everything that lives clothes itself iu some form or other more or less tine matter composing these forms but uiatter of some sort or other there is clothing everything living We may be sure that the dead living still live not merely in some disembodied existence thev have bodies of their own though our eyes may not ordinarily see them That is clear in the story of the risen Jesus The body that shall be will not be some wholly new body else the contin uity of life will be broken It is an al solute necessity that in the life beyond personal identity shall continue That means that in some ay or other there shall be a continuance of that which is truly vital ami essential in our peasant existence Thtre is within us each a spiritual body Every death is a resurrection From every sepulcher the stone is already rolled away This again I think we see in the stories of the risen Jesus Cincinnati Post Â¬ Â¬ -- HKR DWKR E Tinware id fas A large stock kept constantly on hand PINE FLOORING AND train sen ice b nati Middleshorcugh Kv and Knoxville Tenn and Points on N R R L Schedule 46 6 ia Kffrrt NO 1 Jai lt Ml No b Daily WANTED IT KNOWN From the liberal patronage I received last earl have been induce to rent for another lear the Harry Wilkes Driving I hae the best track in the count Park on which to train light harness horses and I humbly ask for mv snare of the pat M ronaee of mf friends term- are reasonable Having had 9 years experience in driving and breaking horses I teel that I can gjve satisfaction in what vou entrust I to me S WILCOX Moberiv Madison county Kv I - s Ex s FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural Im plements of all kinds SOUTH BOUND CEILING Poplar Weatherboarding BUILDERS We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need We make specialties of TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING 40 26 i Kxprexa Daily Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Cyntliiatia ive Kalnuiiiih rr Purls Ait Lexlnatow Lve Parts Arr Winchester Lve Winchester Arr Richmond I ve Richmond Lve Berea Arr Livingston Lve Livingston Lve Lve Corhit Lve BartoTTllI Lve Pinevide Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles 811 a mi 755 pm 8 19 a in 803 p m 948 a m 908 p m 1043 ami 950 pm a m 1015 P m 1110 n n 1055 P am 1025 pm 1135 1210 11 n 1055 P m 6 10 p m 1235 pm 1055am 630 p m 125 p m 1143 p m p m C43 pm 156 p m 1207 a ni3 10 Framing Lumber LODGE DIRECTORY 42 2 Air Indon Cot hin CLUB KATIs After due consideration we have con- Â¬ cluded to make club rates with the Magazines and newspapers in the following list These rates are for new subscribers or old ones re newing their suliscriptious each paying one year in advance The The Twice-a-WeeCincinnati Enquirer The Southern Magazine The Cosmopolitan The Womans Health Journal Doors Richmond Lodge No j meets second and fourth Tuesdavs in each month S P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith Windows Blinds Ive Mlddlesbh Arr tninM Uap Arr Jatltao Arr Kuoxvtlle Lve Hi nmoiul rr Rowland NORTH 255 310 352 445 445 53c 600 640 p m p m p m P p p p p m m m m m 125 317 310 310 352 I a m a a m a a ml All First dam Goods Secretary Lv Cumd jap Lve Corlnn Lve Wdlbiinshg 525 a m p m p m a m pm 45 P TRY US Fresh Meats Fresh Fish Backward turn backward oh time in thy flight feed me gruel again just ist t iiight I am so weary of sole leather steak patrifled doughnuts and vulcanized cake ovster- - that sleep in the watery bath butter as stung as Goliath ol rath weary for praving for w hat I cant eat chewing up rubber and calling it meat Backward turn backward for weary Ii am Give me a whack at my grand- mothers jam let me drink milk that lias never beeu skimmed let me eat butter t hairs been trimmed let me once more have an old fashioned pie and then Ill be willing to curl up and die Ex BISHOP HAYGOOD TO PRESIDE 4th street LJ L New York At the meeting of the College of Bish- Â¬ ops of the Methodist Church South in lxmisville last week the Kentucky Con ference was assigned Bishop Aniens G Haygood of Oxford Georuia The Conference will meet in this city September 11th Bishop Havgood is one of the ablest writers and speaker in America and stands at the head of the College of Bishops His coming is welcomed by the ministers of the Kentucky Confer-Â¬ ence and will be a rare treat for the church going citizens of Winchester Winchester Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Vegetables WE KEEP THE BEST Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 meets third Tuesday in each month D P Armer H P J Speed Smith Secy Richmond Commanderv No 19 Reg- Â¬ ular meeting the first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are cordially invited to attend D P Armer 225 E J Speed Smith Recorder 350 Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville 2 meets Saturday evening Before the full moon in every month A J Ross W M- B F Cotton Secretary Kingston Lodge No jic at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the full moon in everv month T C Witt Sec- Â¬ retary I M Boen W M Waco Lodge No tiS meets fourth Saturday in every month W F Fielder W M J H Turpin Secretary John U Hamilton Lodge No 178 at Union City meets second Saturday in every month John D Hamilton W M John L Griggs Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Boones borough meets third Saturday in everv month Wm Itcnnctt V II S Oldham Secretary Berea Ledge No 617 meet the first Saturday in each month at 7 oclock p m E L Robinon Secretary E T Fish 1 And 550 630 800 150 520 300 a m 358 a m 425 a m pm Daily 1015 a m 1110 p 7 Cheaper Than Ever A E CARSE Main St BOUND Daily Ex Man No 2 No 4 Daily Nog Lve Rowland Lve Lve Arr Richmond Lve Knoxville Air Corhii 700 am IlMM Wintaliishu u ti - 1138 m - oc a tn rr m c Near K C Depot ARE YOU Lve Kiirhrville Arr Corbln Lve Ijmilon Arr Li vi union Lve LlvtngHlou Lve Bereii rr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Lve Winchester Arr Pan Lve Lixlngton Lve Parlx Lt CvaUittuM Lve nlamui Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati 11 Lve CumLve Middleshli Lve PI Barilla - Tl 1030 p 1105 P m 1140 p m 1320 a m 108 a m 200 a m 7 40 a m 9 01 ii 013am am 1 15 315 am 312 a 63o 705 710 743 700 75a 821 9 1 1 a 1 a1 nn ig n ill n 30pm 339 11 1 w a a ai a a i 1 5 ai 55 n 3 3 20 2 pm m 1 455 ami 425 ami 505 a m I7 a1 4 01pm 4 07 p m p m 4 4 a1 1024 a 1 1030 al 6x3 am 5 711 am 6 I pm 75 ami 6 45 P im Master 1 o o v And st ll at reason alile prwM You can always obtain value reeoivel for your money with us Your orders delivered any place within the corporation Madison Lodge No 14 meets every Monday at their hall on Main street R C Kirhy N G S H Thorpe V G Making the Most of Yourself awake MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lexington Parln Arr Millershnrit la Johnson 11 No Kx Snu Kx Sou 700 am am am am am Dally a Boone Encampment No 40 meets every 5rst and third Thursdav in Odd Fellows Hall on Main street Richmond L Z Taylor C P L J Frazee Scribe KNIOHTSOP HONOR Amily Lodge No is K of II meets every Friday ev ping in the Odd Feliows hall at 7 oclock H Rice Dictator IS W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS LJ Frazee Secretary X ate yourself The sxTcSntb BRINGING Th PliiW l exponei ap you PhreniloBJcal jMrnal z MD TACT to 250 p ia 3 56 pm 6 20 pal 5 40 pm ft 00 p m ml1 IN ARE YOU USING THOUGHT UP YOUR le BOUTH Lve 745 808 837 91 94S am CHILDREN BOlNlJ r Dully Kx siuii 630 a m 700 pm 737 P No 11 Daily C45 -- new YORK 8T0RE HfrrU My stock of carriage c buggies it the handsomest and most stylish in the country Give mc a call KliMOSD Cairiaoi Wflk S L roprictor 39- - once Bab Tom Smith of Jackson will Mi- - Nellie Grant Sartois denies hardly live long enough to feel the hang- that she is lo marry the rebel General is in a precarious condi- mi s ro He las After the conviction of Fields and Ad kins he seemed to lose strength at Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder j It M Main lad S ton S Manat child as a guide to us proper development Johnson Mayavllle rs an Co ogSfjourrf0rSaneCOPf1 FOWLER 37 We aUo - Carimle Mttlersljarg 334 p m 308 pm PT C T WELLS Worlds Fair Highest Award White Lodge No 43 K P meets ev ery Wednesday evening a ow C W Tudor C C oi R and S WELLS CO Pb Y publwh a long list of aetifal books East ant St Sew