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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vr D Q VOLUME - VIII LRECTOEY fII i1 tlie ierald EstnTolislioci 1879 Climax Kstallsliocl 1887 WEDNESDAY Latest U S 1W 1m m MAY 29 1895 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power NUMBER ALWAYS EFFECTIYfc 51 UTTY CIRCUIT PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS THE GREATEST SOLDIER Dr COURT BA p 5 H Thorpe - oner S E Scott urv Fund S E Scott nene third Monday in lan Mondav in April and Vondax in September and Ie Krr TJ ScottAttv wealths Crutcher DR A II STEWART AND BUMGBOK Talmage Delivers a Sermon Embury Memorial Church - in PHYSICIAN Kihmpm Mass Kkmtcky street re Drove 1 hem AH to the Woods Hcjuernl the KreslieU hiiiI Khm s lown Moor Wall Imp I COUNTY COURT lame R Rurnam John F While Attorney J Tevit Cobb Judge k T J 1 Simii laiier J F F Crooke esor P R Rroad Mn erintendent Public School Amanda T Million rid on the first Mori each month TABIKS ntr Watt i r M R Brown -- t D I lie Wm P Simmons pen R Million third R R Armer third gene Todd Wells first Sat- sSOBBal S C - ible C Ami Limb Hlli on urlli Mon third Sat B an n W V R Cot second RroadVius third ie her RT court rth Satur II Gabbad Mar- - zizr van Fi enev in IL TT lames N B H R Stouff r nd Turpin S 1 n I easurer C bsobcs Ml sfeooey It II IB us at S - M E Churcl Pas- - lenarf M K Pas- - Sunday iv morning and rnate iiool every i PltESIYTI RI av at V i or a in i Msd rt WedtH s e I a in Pastor Rev A and fourth night M 1 and fifth Dr Talmajre chose for his subject The lireatest Soldier of All Time the text hemp Joshua Theie shiill not any man lie able to stand be A DR KENNEDY fore thoe all the days of thv life rsn ian and surgeon n t ti The gallant Il ir as this Kkhmomi Kkntivky regiment is frenerallv ami appropnai Iv called has gmthrred to niirht for Office in niitb Building No 204 Main Street up tlie worshiji of ami to hear lie anand 4 to 5 oclock 13Ami lirst I Unik with nual sermon hearty salutation into the faces of the DR JOHN IL POSTER veterans who though now not 111 active service hare the same patriotic VSii IAN AND SUkGEOW and military enthusiasm which char Rtc hmM Kkmtcky lictcrieil them when in isiii thev hade farewell to home ami loved - Mail Street between Second and and started for the hell residence at corner M inl ones and 1 a eatae and risked all thev held dear on eirth for t he re ista bl ishiiu ut of the U W EVANS y I falling- United States govern men I All a man will he yive for his KfNTI vK Y that anil yon hath RiiHMn life showed yourselves vvill of medicine We hail von hax to rive your lives l to myc bless yon the veterans of the Thir to the Pervons desirily teenth Nothing can ever rob yon of r north the honor of havinp been soldiers in f N li Iethcrage on Second one of the most tremendous wars of all Instrorv a war with tirant ami Sher DR T J TAYLOR man and Hancock and Sheridan and lairatrut on one side and lee and and Surgery Stonewall lacksoi and Lonrst reet and Richmond Kentucky Johnstone on the other As in Wreck a ssc in la ires whn speakers would lffi- Street ner Yeagers Jewelry ronse the audience they shouted n I hird Street so if I wanted to stir Marathon I yon to acclamation would only DR II R GIBSON nee I to sKak tiie words Lookout Mo iiitain Jet thaneellorsville PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON And though through Ihe tvsiui K IMICKY passage of years you are forever free from duty of enlistment if European Imildinc 18 and ao Sec- - nations should too easily and too quick hitcs new 27 ly forget the Monroe doctrine and set ssive foot upon thU continent 1 HAS BOOKER think your ankles would lie supple again and your arms would grow YETERINA 11 V SURGEON strong again and vonr eve would lie il i iixirij 1ollfge keen enough to follow the stars of the old flag wherever they might lead Veterinary Ilentlstry and Sterility a Specialty - Idlerk Shop And next I greet the colonel and his safT and all the otlicers ami men of It has leetian eventfui this regiment ATT0E2TEYS year in your history If never before Rrsiklvn appree atcs something of the W value of its armories and the bttport R SHACKELFORD ance of the men who there drill for ATTORNEY AT LAW the defense and safety of the city Richmond Kentucky The blessing of Cod be upon all of you my comrades of the Thirteenth Regiment And looking about for I ill the Courts Offire over Richsubject that might bcantl helpful and 4 inspirinir for von and our veterans here assembled and the citiens gath Â¬ IM KN 1 PARRISH wishes I ered to night with their ATTORNEY AT LAW have concluded to hold tip lieforc yon Richmond Klmicky the greatest soldier of all time Joshua the hero of mv text lie was a magn Been I fighter hut he Etc Tree of always fought on the right side and M itii 46- - be never fought unless rxl told him In my text he gets his milito fiht tary equipment and one would think it c II BKECK must have beea plumed helmet for the brow greaves of grass for the feet ATTORNEY AT LAW There habergeon for the breast Kentucky shall not any man lie able to stand before thee all the days arsray at Crooks corner Main Oh you say of thy life 52 anybody could have coirage with Why my such a backing up as that 1 A SULLIV X friends I have to tell yon that the Jod of the universe and the bieftan of TTORNEY AT LAW eternity promises to do just as much Kli HHIINU Kentucky for us as for him All the resources of eternity are pledged in our behalf if Street up staias we go out in the service of iod and no to more than that was offered Joshua ll Ii HOGG tiod fulfilled this promise of my text although Joshuas first battle was with T LA It ATTORNEY the spring freshet and the next with on Richmond Kknti cky a stone trail ofand the next leading the whipped cowards a regiment next battle against darkness wheelIffic street up stairs 31 30 ing the sun and the moon into his battalion and the hist againt the I MITH king of terrors death live great vicStreet 1 Â¬ Â¬ 3V I 5 31 Â¬ 6- over Cpvinjtnn Residence 619 N rth 1 sans Chapel 3 Rn r av Win Crow ATTORNEY KlillMOND - AT LAW - KkNTUCKV 31 BAPTIST 1 ilins building at head of stairs 30 rdavs in - ndavs C V I M CHKNAIlT street - each Sabbath iv night Uev irdav ATTORNEYS AT LAW ariin Iastor E II Burnarr iv and fourth Sunday and Richmond Iffice on - Kentucky 11 Pas red npbell Third Stturdax S mdav in each month at and also 3 and 7 p m on Sun- over Chenaults - DENTAL SraGEBY WEL1JY Richmond ClfiSce Pastor Rev R - Am Fourth Saturday and following av W BURGIN DENTIST Kentucky No 96 Pastor v Rev JI and lolloping Sunday I Wills Rasmr Rrv 1 Wa Re Rev T II Campbell and preceding Saturday astor Rev R L Am- rd Sundav and preceding Sat- - and Sunday Street over Chenaults grocery Second 45- - DR A WILKES SMITH nans Chapel Rev R I ndav Past r First Saturday and mirose Pastor first Saturday Rfn Wm Rupard nited DENTAL slhGEoy Kentucky Richmond Office Smith huilding 4 Main urday ad iastor Elder Pike Thiid Sat urday and Sundav Third Sundav and preceMavs Fork II Dutison First Satand Sunday in each month Iastor 9 11 Ill c limited to dentistry r Street Office M J L HARRI8 Richmond - M - D DDS Kfntucky ding Saturday Second Saturday and Pi ot Knob Sunday Pastor Rev R I Ambrose Pastor Rev ck cbutch Kits T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rev M A ones i undav and preceding Saturday and fourth Sundav I Ilins building to 12 m to t J Office in specialty and tiridee work Main street Office t ours 9 a m aaaa 4pm j A CM cv VATS MORGAN Richmond Hank YATES Kentucky over Madison National 3- Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre- Saturday Pastor L H Reynolds W Harding sundav Glade Tlird Sunday and preceding Saturday Elder Cartwright Kirksville Second and tourth Sun day Pastor Graham Frank Bethel Third Sunday Pastor 1 Â¬ aactrua of chbist DENTD3TS Office Main Street - CakW Second and fourth Sun- Â¬ Mt Reasant Pastor days and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 a m McELREES WINE OF CARDUU 1 V0r4OOO m - ion L II Renolds dav in each month first SunK L Cartwright on 11 Â¬ Second Sunday White Oak Pond Pastor L H Reynolds Inion Christian Church Second Sunday in each month and Saturday preced Kider W S Gam hoc Pastor Morning service and sermon at 11 oEvening service and sermon at clock Indies t4 clock duiing tlie winter Soci tv on Friday at 2 pm L M Wil siiis Rector CATHOLIC at third Sundav F Smith Elder W Richmond am Service every Sunday at a ana 730 p tn Sundav school at a m Praer meeting Wednesday evening 70 MrSlr i sIisT CHURCH EPISCOPAL For Fenale Diseases Rev Father Ma Services first anil hird Sundav at lecture and benediction on the 10 a m same evenin Richmond Pastor Pmploy the BEST doea t h e and vou rijjht Give THE CLIMAX Printer bent work itiki count on the St im a call pi -m laflbjofcaj Old newspapers suitable for wrapping for sale at this office 25e a hundred the city of Ai let us go up right away ten indictments against him were filed Ky May JT Sena- Â¬ LawsaCTl anu They march on He puts the major may Bright will ba put on the rock tor S C Blackburn replying to ity of the troops behind a ledge of oile to work out the fine at fifty cents Secretary Carlisle in his speech here rocks in the night and then he sends a per day Saturday spoke substantially as fol- Â¬ comparatively small battalion nn in Tin fiscal court of Daviess county lows front of the city The men of Ai come laf again taken up the question of free They were uot satisfied to let Mr out with a shout This battalion in oads after several unsuccessful efforts Mi reary Mr Buckuer Mr Brown stratagem fall back and fall buck and n the past to bring tne subject to the and myself fight this battle on its Did Clara overcome her admiration when all the men of Ai have left the front A committee vas appointed to merits but they imported a man who for that college man city and are in pursuit of this scattered nvestigate the possibility of acquiring is greater than John the Baptist to h yes she took the gold cure or seemingly scattered battalion he turnpikes for the county and the drive back this silver craze as they What do you mean on a rock I see ounty judge was authorized to pur- call it Joshua stands NY She married a millionaire his locks living in the wind as chase road machinery Now understand what I am going Ilerald Ins spear towards the he points At McKinney the fine new residence to say about Mr Carlisle will be said in From the Oermao doomed city and that is the signal if W I Johnson was dcstioyod by the kindest terms possible I do not Serjeant I will have to put you un- Â¬ The men ru li out from behind the fire His afflicted daughter a paralymean to complain of Mr Carlisle for rocks and take the city and it is put se barely escaped wth her life The coming here to his own state to speak der arrest Recruit What for to the torch and then these Israelites oss on the house amounts to several for he has the rieht to come I do not Because you saluted Lieut Schmidt in the city march down and the flying lundred dollars as there was no in- Â¬ know in what capacity the gentleman too familiarly batallion of Israelites return and be- surance eaine and spoke w hether he came as a Hut he is a personal friend of mine tween these two waves of israelitish Dk Wm Siikiton of the Sweetwater of this grand old common That makes no difference If he prowess the men of Ai are destroyed 1enn seminary and for ten years at citien or as secretary of the treasury wealth was your own father you would be ex and the Israelites gain the victory he head of the Brownsville Tenn But God knows I am not willing to beand while I see the curling smoke of female college will have charge of the lieve he came in capacity of secretary pected to treat him respectfully when that destroyed city on the sky and sandford female college for the next of the treasury to dictate to his people he is in the army while I hear the huza of the Israel live years what to do about this all important Fair Ileal n ites and the groans of the Canaanites At Russellville the trial of Moses question I dont see why it is that Ethel Is Joshua hears something louder than it ook jr yYm Proctor Fred Apgar Mr Blackburn undertook to show always so popular with the men she an ringing ami eenoing inrougu 111s ind Kobert Henderson has been pos Carlises inconsistency Â¬ Said he Car remarked soul There shall not any man be able loneu until the next September term lisle saiil in Covington that he had Well he replied it goes to show stand In fore thee all the days of thy Df the Logan county circuit court never been for free silver to If the that business like methods pay the best life They are charged with having lynched speech he made in leTTfl was not a free in the end She has a reputation for lint this is no place for the host of Ed Traughber near A lairville He let this the greatest promptness in returning a silver speech what was it Forward march Joshua to stop Tensions were granted the other day speech go for seventeen years without ring when the engagement is broken There is s follows Original Wm J Milburg saying anything against it now he cries Joshua to the troops Washington Star t It has put itself t o - comes out and says it was not a silver Ihe city of Oibeon itrmi louroc county This passage said the publisher to They rouilltfiu under the protection of Joshua leival and Increase Jerry I Owens speech Well then we will believe sent word There are five kings after Iaris Bourbon county Bufford Kin- - Mr Carlisle and not his speech and I the great author seems ambiguous to do you mean by it us they are going to ifestroy us send nett Bradfordsville Marion county will go on and give you a little proof me 1 Whatknow replied the great au- Â¬ dont troops quick send us help right away Increase Jas Headrich London Iau- - til at is proof I left it there for the commen Â¬ thor Joshua has a three days march more rel county George Brogel Louisville On the Tth day of November WIT than double quick On the morning of Weissue Samuel Martin Normal Boyd Mr Carlisle while sitting by my side tators to work over when Im dead the third day he is before the enemy county Newton King Kelat Harrison in the house of representatives voted Washington Post long lines of county Willis Stockton alias Stoglan two are There for the Dick Bland bill which as you After the Lynchers The battle opens with North Fork Mason county Marcus all know was a silver bill out and out battle DanyTMf 111 May 27 Saturdays great slaughter but the anaanites Hush Johnson Junction Fleming I do not ask you to take mv word on lynching is still the absrobing topic They say county Wm L Barnes Ford Ferry this vote but look in the journal soon discover something There is a of conversation here That is Joshua that is the man Crittenden county Kichard Davenport Only five years ago the Sherman that the members of who conquered the spring freshet and Chester Mason county Daniel T Wil bill passed I voted against that bill possibilty the mob who are known will be knocked down the stone wall and lie son Grant county So did Carlisle so did every other indicted by Williamstown the grand jury States Stroyed the city of Ai There is no Ferdinand Nicoll Woxlburn Warren democrat in the senate Attorney S G Wilson is much opposed And they sound a re- - sonnty Barber Allen Henderson Hen use iitrhting I thought when the mighty Carlisle treat and as they liegin to retreat lerson county Eustachius Keis Louis- came lie was going to throw new light to lynch law and has taken a more Joshua anil his host spring upon them ville John W Jrider Sinai Anderson on this subject But he did not He decided stand in censuring the mob like a panther pursuing tin m over the county Henry Bundy Ashland Boyd did not advance a single new idea than any other prominent citizen in If the anaanites with ounty Kobert B Crawford A hland First he makes the assertion that if Danville He said Saturday rocks and as these lynchers you Sprained ankles and gashed foreheads Beissee and Increase Samuel K Lit you have free coinage of silver you grand jury indicts the retreat the catapults of the sky pour trel Savage Clinton county Original will put the country on a silver basis can rest assured I will prosecute them vigorously a voilcy of hailstones into the vailev widows Etc Harriet Slone Glasgow and would drive all the gold out of the and ail the artillery of the heavens Barren county Annie V Walter St country This is not true we have tried with bullets of iron pounds the Ca Â¬ Helens lee county THE MARKETS it once and when we quit had three naan ites against the ledges of Beth K II laissFiKiii a democratic can dollars to one dollar in gold more than boron riNcitfuATT May A He says this country didate for representative from Ander- when we begun FTorR Spring patent Oh Sii4 30 sprinf says Joshua this is surely a son county has withdrawn from the would be the dumping ground for all sprintf family H Bat do you not see the sun race on account of lack of time for the silver bullion He is off there for ours fancy tJa 3 30 4 00 victory t-- fancv a37Sii35 winter pjfnt is going down Those Amorites are eanTaas is the only nation under the sun that fami y ra05 1 10 extra 12 in So low grade going to get away after all and they The speaker went CIO iSO northwestern rye t3 5i350 city candi- Â¬ has silver bullion J C Lykins of Campton is a will conic up some other time and date for representative from the dis- Â¬ on to answer every point of the Car- rye 130 3 50 Wheat -- Sales No I winter red at c oa us and perhaps destroy us bother trict composed of Wolfe and Morgan lisle speech to his own satisfaction track and one car do at 814c to an Oh for Bee the sun is going down Mr Blackburn jumped on trie adminCorn- - Sales No 2 white sold at 56c No t counties a longer day than has ever been I am greatly handi- Â¬ white mlied at Sc No i ye low at 56c Tun grand jury of Larue county re- istration saying What is the turned a number of indictments against capped but let Messrs Cleveland Car- No - mixed 54tc on track seen in this climate -- Sales No I mixed at 32c on track Oats matter with Joshua Has lie fallen saloonkeepers who it is alleged have lisle and all the rest take the stump Cattle -- Market slow and easy Fair to No he is in in an apoplectic tit been selling whisky to persons in the and I will still win this race in spite of food shippers ttfl5iS5l extras f no 5 75 Look out when a good man prayer extra 15 30 me Â¬ choice butchers 4Ht5 the yvhole combination of getting drunk dium butchers WOO 475 common WtMXHt Joshua habit in vision of the uniform ranks makes the Lord his ally A Butch- Â¬ Hons Market slow 5gl0c lower TO TEST SALARY LAW raises his face radant with prayer Knights of Pythias has been instiers S430 J455 packers t4 3V3430 good light and looks at the descending sun over tuted at Berryville Harrison county Conntr Treasurer lrne Snlt to settle the KJVI 40 common and rouh H 10 j483 Gibeon and at the faint crescent of the Veal Calves Market slow Fair to good Yalidlty or the Mennnrr W T Staffokii living at Kockfield moon for you know the queen of the was arrested on a lunacy charge He Tkwkf lUfTit Ind May 7 A suit light f430i52S common and larg- 1300 i4Sk aiid Lambs Sheep Market steady night sometimes will linger around the is an old federal soldier and until re- was brought in the circuit court Satur- Â¬ Sheep I425g435 good to choice 1350 400 palaces of the day Pointing one hand cently has been drawing a pension day afternoon to test the consti- Â¬ Extras to fair KS 325 yearlings S350S rommon at the descending sun and the other l as I To Lamr9 Market steady Extra W 00 was several days ago notified that tutionality of the law of common to fair failure hand at the faint crescent of the but stopped This it is said to treasurers auditors and record- 525 good to choice 650 600 25 There is only one more thing to do moon in the name of that God who it had been to lose his mind ers Ietter known as the fee and caused him New Yoax May S I and that is to utter a great snout shaped the worlds and moves the At Hopkinsville the graves of the 101 salary law The suit is brought by Wheat No o2 red80 store and elevator sOc sun stand thou see the Israelitish army straightening worlds he cries iSl c ungraded red f b M Huston in afloat Prosecuting Attorney S themselves up filling their lungs for a still upon Gibeon and thou moon in unknown confederate dead were No with elaborate and impressive the name of the county auditor against r44c So northern IHSTc afloat 6Be 2 elevator Cors vociferation such as was never heard the valley of Ajalon And they stood Lamb County Treasurer Walsh steamer mixed 56 tj 5Tc before and never heard after Joshua still Whether it was by refraction ceremonies Heasley appear for the county treasMay closed 32Sc June S2c July tories Oats Another decision has been rendered or by the 33V spo prices No - 3 ij33c No 2 white urer For the most part when the general feels that the hour has come and he of the suns rays Shout for stopping of the whole planetary on the charters of second class cities No 3 37c cries out to his host 3tc No 332c No 2 choice 33 This is a suit which is rendered abof the army starts out in a conflict he I and do regarding the tenure of office Judge solutely necessary by the muddled white 36ic mixed western 33a3lc whits system do not know would like to have a small battle in the Iord has given you the city holding at Covington the other lerkins begin to cry not care I leave it to the Chris day that the election of officers in 1893 condition in which the fees of the state and western sYasBa order that he may get his courage up All the people down Toledo O May IS Jericho Down Jericho tian scientists and the infidel seien county treasurer and county audWheat No 2 red cash tBHr Mayf2c Jane and that he may rally his troops and was for a term of four years maget them drilled for greater conflicts and the long line of solid move tists to settle that question while I itor have been since the supreme S2c July BlSc August 8OS1C September tell you I have seen the same thing in the Boyce case held Corn No 2 mixed July 64Sc but this first undertaking of Joshua sonry begins to quiver and to court CONDENSED NEWS Stand from under she What say you not the sun stand- Â¬ was greater than the leveling of Ft and to rock that the law of 1S91 as to treasurers Oats No I mixed July 30v Yes The same miracle is Gathered From All Parts of the Country auditors and recorders was unconstitemples ing still rash go the walls the Cloveb October s80 Pulaski or the thundering down of falls w icked do The The air is performed nowadays Baltimore May IS by Telegraph tutional This suit will give the suiibraltar or the overthrow of the Kas the towers the palaces Wheat No i red spot and Mav TOiTSsjc The huzza not live out half their day and the sun A good well has been drilled in at preme court the chance to say under tile It was the crossing of the Jor- Â¬ blackened with the dust asked July and August 79t79V June 7c dan at the time of the spring freshet of the victorious Israelites and the sets at noon But let a man start out New Corydon Ind This extends the what law if any the county treas- Â¬ September steamer No I red 76 anaanites and battte for God and the truth and Indiana field to the Ohio line urer is to be paid his fees This suit is Wc The snows of Mt Lebanon had just groan of the conquered against sin and the day of his useful Coatt Mixed spot 59a89ic May 58 n9c A large vein of coal of superior qual- Â¬ the result of the meeting of county been melting and they poured down commingle and Joshua standing there June 584c asked July 57S357c August whole val- in the debris of the wall hears a voice ness is prolonged and prolonged and ity has been struck neer Deerfield O at Indianapolis treasurers into the valley and the MHc bid There shall not any man be prolonged ley was a raging torrent So the saying and a shaft will be sunk immediately Oats No white western 374538c No Fatal Accident at a horrh Fair able to stand before thee all the days mixed do S434HC Representative Hitt passed a com- Â¬ anaanites stand on one bank and Birmingham Ala Mav LT At a NEWS fortable night and was doing very BrrTALO N T-- May IS KENTUCKY STATE they look across and see Joshua and of thy life in North Birmingham SatCattle Market easy to a shade weaker Hut Joshuas troops may not halt is no material church fair and they laugh and say well Saturday There the Israelites Market steady at yesterdays price urday night Charles Malone was Forward The command is The General Association of Ken change in his condition however Aha aha ther can not disturb us un- here 5 90 Sheep and Best handed a pistol in order to shoot at a good e5S5J540Lambs sheep lambs450550 to There is the city of Ai it lucky Baptists will meet at Paducah march good 425 best til the freshets fall it is impossible for Friends of John Howerton who was rattle board to decide who had won a spring lambs S3 7 473 15 Dr Pickard will deliver the lynched in Crittenden county be taken How shall it be taken hoice S460i470 June Put after a while must them to reach us Ky As Malone raised the Indianapolis Ind May 25 cake they look across the water and they A scouting party comes back and says utroductory sermon threaten to make the jailer divulge certain Will Johnston stepped in front Cattle Good to choice shipping and export pistol Joshua we can do that without you Alexander Enochs died at Lewis the names of the members of the mob of it- - The pistol went off at this mo- Â¬ teers 5 255373 medium to good H30 j525 see a movement in the army of Joshua They say Whats the matter now it is going to be a very easy job you aurg aged 83 He had resided there At Hemphill W Ya Bill Carter ment and Johnson was fatally wound 3ommon S3 50 4Ja Hogs to Why there must be a panic among just stay here while we go ami capture for fifty years colored jumped from a train on the e Women fainted and the fair broke mixed 4Good 43 choice heavy a44034s5 3024 They march with a small regit Eiia Hamilton Louisville died Norfolk A Western Frilay night while UP those troops and they are going to fly Sheep Spring lambs II 00 350 choice or perhaps they are goin to try to ment in front of that citv The men from cigarette smoking in an intoxicated condition and was yearlings 1425 475 good sheep tSzS350 How Were They Drowned JiDOK Pahker has delivered an opin- Â¬ killed across the River Jordan Joshua of Ai look at them and give one yell inarch Cbkaco May S5 reinCash Rotations were as follows Flour quiet in line with the Onsteh Mich May -- 7 Wm Doo Hut Joshua the chief- and the Israelites run lie ion at Lexington is a lunatic By direction of the president Capt patents t340375 straights northern troops at pinions of Judges Helm and Perkins Jas The 25a tain of the text looks at his army and deers Stewart U S A is detailed for little a married man and Bert Salus winter 160 spring patents I7BJ4 15 straights K90 and they Bull Lun did not make such rapid that no city officials in second class service as professor ol the Military in- Â¬ bury and Mina Patterson both single march Forward cries J spring wheat 375 bakers C75J3I5 No time as these Israelites with the Ca itiesareto be elected before Novem- Â¬ stitute Cincinnati to take effect June while fishing Saturday afternoon on rsaft e No 2red TBHdTSc No S corn 5So btart for the bank of the Jordan Ihey never cut ber lsC Maharrs lake fell overboard and were So 3 yellow 5Sic No z oats 20c No I white go two priests carry- Â¬ naauites after them One mile ahead 5 1Mb they were No I rye No one else was present to KaKMs No 3 white 31 drowned Hon John C Atkinson tendered his ing a glittering box four feet long- and such a sorry figure as when Thomas Mack a weak minded youth f0U barley 5t 451c No Ji68sc Anybody lhatgoesout resignation as mayor of Henderson to on the retreat The S351C No No 2 o b two feet wide It is the Ark of the 4 who has a mania for fire has been ar- Â¬ tell how the accident occurred 50 only half a the city council battles In addition to his rested at Terre llaut- Ind charged bodies were found in twenty feet of Covenant And they come down and in the instead of Cod with of your taking the men esignatiop Mayor Atkinson presented no sooner do they just touch the rim of force with the wholesale incendiarism in water near where the boat was anciiored feet than by an of Ai the men of Ai will take you city with a deed to a valuable piece that cil he the water with their The Look at the thurch of tiod ou the to be used as a public f property Almighty fiat Jordan parts SSri Hants Herself v rms that have been very The i cannibals park The council named the new The ltornesian retreat army of Joshua marches right on wit h Oakland City Ind May 27 Miss the missionary property Atkinson park in honor of active for some time in Mercer county Â¬ Minnie Tower living near this place up Munson out getting their feet wet over the ate Kentucky have let up a little and antaid a great many the retiring mayor Fall back bottom of the river a path of chalk other pest the chinch bug has taken hung herself Saturday because her O Fall back people Christian county is their stead Long of Logan parents declined to consent to her mar and broken shells and pebbles until will nev- Â¬ they got to the other bank Then they Church of God Horneo the ltor- Â¬ ighty rive years old has had five John King of Tas ell Ind was rying a young Missourian The young er be taken Dont you see is the father of twenty lav hold of the oleanders and tamaknocked on the head and robbed at his man had sent her twenty dollars to eaten up Mun ivives and vBvjKsBE4Eimi W LI risks and willows and pull themselves nesian cannibals have Tyndall deliv- Â¬ eight children barn door Bloodhounds led to the pay her fare to his home where they Depity Uniteii States Marshal house of Wesley Ingle a farmer who were to be married up a bank thirty or forty feet high and son the missionary the Lniversity of having gained the other bank they ers his lecture at was in Ohio county a few has been arrested Killed Polling Off Hoots a great many good peo- Â¬ BlLLiNiToN looking for members of a gang clap their shields and their cymbals Olasgow and James E Risley the United States May 27 Preston Richmond Ky Fallback O Church of God iays ago ple say an4v sing the praises of the God of Joshof counterfeiters which had been oper- Â¬ minister to Denmark iiays there is no philosophy Talbott one of the oldest citizens in no sooner have they reached Dont you see that Christian by worldly ating in Henderson and Owensboro ua Put truth in the story that he is to succeed this county died at Valley View aged overcome is going the bank than the waters begin to dash philosophyto be Fall back Ramon O Wilson as United States con- Â¬ tiV While removing his boots one ol Geology He located a man named Chapman cear Buford and roar and with a terrific rush they sul general at Havana his limbs snapped between the knee plunges its crowbar into the mountbreak loose from their strdnge anchorThe Haven Chase Oil Gas and MinJohn Coover a teamster in the oil This accident killed KNOWLEDGE age Out yonder they have stoppe l ains and there are a great many peo eral Co which operated in Barren field Portland Ind was fearfully in- Â¬ and hip joint him Scientific investigation miles up yonder they halted ple who say ago will make aa jured while hauling i load of pipe thirty Mosaic ac county some time Brings comfort and improvement and is going to overthrow the On this side the waters roll off toward ather effort to develop the oil lands in which slipped from he wagon and tends to personal enjoyment when Fall back t ue sea Put as the hand of the Lord count of the creation any right to that county They have taken leases pinned him to the ground rightly usea The maoy who live bet- Â¬ Friends of God have never tiod is taken away from the thus up D a number of tracts of land David Griffiths an aged citizen of ter than others and enjoy life more with lifted waters waters uplifted perhaps fall back I Robert Alseft his son Daniel Al by more promptly less expenditure Joshua falls on his face in chagrin sept and Ben Clemons were arrested Niles Ind was on the bridge when a half a mile as the Almighty hand is adapting the worlds best products to train came along and while standing away thoe rsten rush down It is the only time you ever see the jnd taken to Salyersville taken the other rr tVi aHivfi to itjiiiru lipiniT hit lost the needs of physical being will attest and some of the unbelieving Israelites biekof his head He falls on his face lay charged with shooting Mont Des his balance and was probably fatally the value to health of the pure liquid and liegins to whine and says Oh Ala alas what a misfortune say ambush some time before hisative principles embraced in the hurt God wherefore hast Thou at all i ins from have Lord Why could not those waters 000 each remedy Syrup of Figs The Keller Ind Ax factory has re-Â¬ to ind were held in bonds of SI stayed parted because perhaps we brought these people over Jordan Its excellence is due to its presenting to appear at the next term of the Masumed operations in full The com- Amor waut to go back Ou Lord we are deliver us into the hand of the God we goffin circuit court Robert Alsepten in tne torm most accepiaDie anu pleas hav- Â¬ pany has won the strile the men Would to engaged in a risky business Those ites to nestroy us ant to the taste the refreshing and truly jaged Deskins and his wife in conver Â¬ ing returned to work as individuals How if had tieeii content aud dwelt on the beneficial properties of a perfect lax Â¬ Canaan ites may eat us up middle of the road and disavowing their union and signing For the anaan sation iu the Would it not other side of Jordan we want to go back ative effectually cleansing the system laud the other two shot from the brash papers to this effect lispelling colds headaches and fevers have been a more complete miracle if ites and ail the inhabitants of the lose by One ball grazed Mrs Deskins Post offices have been established a us and hall ana permanently curing constipation the Lord had parted the waters to let round hear of it off ourshall environ the head and the other ball struck Deskins Trump Stark county 0 Lasswell name from and cut It has given satisfaction to millions and us come through and kepi tiieoi parted in the left breast ranging downward Hardin county Ky anl have been dis- earth met with the approval of the medical to let us go back if we are defeated will die How It is thought he continued at Rossean Breathitt coun- God comes and rouses him profession because it acts on the Kid- Â¬ My friends Cod makes no provision Cait James Moorkheap proprietor ty Ky and Blue Creek Stewart coun-Â¬ He clears does He rouse him Ily eomplimentary neys Liver and Bowels without weak- Â¬ retreat for a Christians f the Bowling Green planing mill ening them and it is perfectly free from To go apostn phe No He says Get thee vas the other day arrested and released ty Tenn tbe path all the way to Canaan Among the postmasters appointed thou upon thy every objectionable substance back ia to Ut-- The same gaiekeeers up Wherefore liest and I warrant jn bond for striking Robert Bettner a were Ohio Melissa MeCord Holt Jef- Â¬ Syrup of Fists i for sale by all drng Joshua rises swing back the amethystine and face of iron ferson county that iischarged employe with a bar Pat Yez know tbxA wake Oi tould zists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is man Â¬ Indiina J F Ed- Ins crystalline gate of the budan to let vou with a mortified look Hutwas old Hettners skull was crushed and he wards Fincastle Putnam county yez Oi wor goin t invoite yez t that ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Israel i ss through now swung shut courage comes back The factbeen in it jvill probably die Mike Yis West Virginia G E Ours Dorcas Co only whose name is printed on every gate was not his battle If he had the amethystine and crystalline Grant Bright was fined 8175 and Grant county B M Dshaven Shank- Pat Well it graves me heart t dia package also the name Syrup of Figs He to victory of the Jordan to ki ep the Israelites lie would have gone on n police court at Lancaster for hai Berkeley county Georgia L 2 appint yez but th docthor sez now and beinj well infonnedjoa will not buu and gathers his troops around J declare it iu your from o oiuir back Six of tbe Asball Dalsell Twigg county thot m wolfs will ait well Judge aoecot any substitute if offcrad u go up aud capture eilinir liquor unlawfully hearuitr lo dav victory ahead water savs Now let Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gd Â¬ forty feet deei in the rear Triumph liehiud you ahead lauaau ahead Icath and darkness and who Why Hut you say ind hell when liiint those Canaan ites they had such a splendid chance standing on the top of the bank I0 or in feet high completely demolished those pHr Israelites down in the will toll you why iod had river made a promise and He was going to keep L There shall not anv man ne able to stand before thee all the days of thv life lint this is no place for the host to stop Joshua gives the command For In the distance there ward march is a long grove of trees and at the end of the grove is a city It is a city of arbors a city with walls seeming to reach to the heavens to buttress the rery sky It 11 the great Metropolis that commands the mountain pass It is Jericho That city was afterward captured by Poati pay and it was afterward captured by Heiaxl the tireat and it was afterward captured by the Mohammedans but tiiis campaign the Lord plans There shall 1k no swords no shields no battering ram There shall be only one weapon of war and that a rains horn The horn of a slain ram was sometimes taken and holes were punctured in it and then the musician would put the instrument to his lips and he would run his lingers over this rude musical instrument anl make a great deal of sweet harmony for the people That was the only kind of weapon Seven priests were to lake these rude rustic musical instruments and they were to o around the city every day for six lay once a day for six ia s and then in the seventh day they were to go around blowing these rude musical in struments seven times and then at the lose of the seventh blowing of the rams horns on the seventh day the peroration of the whole scene was to le a shout at which those great walls should tumble from capstone to base The seven priests with the rude musical instruments pass all around the ity wails on the first day and a fail- Â¬ ure Not so much as a piece of plaster broke loose from the wall not so much as a loosened rock not so much is a piece of mortar lost from its place say the unbelieving Israel There Why those ites didnt I tell you so The i ea of ministers are fools roing around the city with those mu in sical instruments and expecting that way to destroy it Joshua has oecn spoiled he thinks iiecause destroyed tie has overthrown and he can overthe spring freshet Why it is not throw the stone wall philosophic Dont you see there is no relation between the blowing of these mu ical instruments and the kiln low n of the wail It isnt philosophy suppose there were many wisp And res who stood with their brows knit-Â¬ ted and with the forefinger of the right hand to the forefinger of the left hand arming it all out and showing t was not possible that such a cause produce shonld such an effect And I suppo e that night in the plenty encampment there were if philosophy anil caricature and if Joshua had been nominated for any high military position he would not have got many votes Joannas stock I he second day the priests was down blowing the musical instruments go Third around the city and a failure day and a failure fourth day and a failure fifth day and a failure sixth lay and a failure The seventh day comes the climacteric day Joshua is up earlv in the morning and examines the troops walks all around about looks at the city wall The priests start to make the circuit of tbe city They all go around once ail around twice three times four times five times six times seven timef and a I Â¬ 1 Govt Report TALKING BACK Senator Blackburn Replies John G Carlisle to EXPECTANT MOTHERS Baking RoYal Powder jss ABSOLUTELY PURE SLva We Offer Vm a REriCDV Whick INS KfcS Safety to siota- - Ctald Quotes the Secretarys Recent atorial Record Attacks Sen- Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND nt of its Paii HormakVl the Admliilfttrmtlon and ArrtiM Sliver Man tarimlr or Krlng a Mr ltlarkharn Savn He Will Win iu Spite of Imported Orators a 1st I t W aLvT My wlte used MTIEBS mi I Mi I for birth of her ttrst child she did not sifferfrom CKAIPSor PAIJiS wasqulckly I reueven at tne critical nour surrering but Bke bad no pains afterward and her sseaeerj mi rapid E Johnston Knfaula Ala Seal bv Mail or ExDress on reeeint of prll er Battle Book To Moth- ers maueu ree BUIIlHf I li KKI ItTOR III Mlaata Ca t 1 - SOLS BY ALL DRUGGISTS WLDouclas CI CUAC wWynVb rT CORDOVAN jdWs a H 1 IS THE BEST FOR A KING CALF FRENCH 430 S EMAMCUXD Fi w Cai ikangmm 3AOP0LICE3 SOLES m 2SOZW0RKN6iy- - Af -- l7BuTSCHO0tftt LADIES- - W L Douglas All i Over On Million People wear the ButocKTott VBS12m nAas 3 4 Shoes besto00 Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed i he prices are uniform stamped on saw Prom Si to St saved over other makes If your dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by our shoes axe equally satisfactory They f Iva the best value or the saoaey hav equal custom shoes la style aad m 3MB JAOZ FSSEMAN Richmond Ky w In Poor Health means so much more than xyou imagine I trilling ailments neglected fr greatest gift senousand fatal diseases result from Don t play with Aature s health If you are f trelitiR out ot sorts weak and general v e hausted ne have no appetite ana can t wont begin at oncetak- uikr tre most reia- Ne strenethettiw hKh is medicine Brown s Iron Bit Â¬ ters A few bot- ties cure benefit r Â¬ Browns i J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia thaw Â¬ i ava jti 1w jmr am tret diiu it 3 pleasant to take A It Cures Kidney and Liver Â¬ - -- Â¬ Troubes Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments Womens complaints I iii 1 Â¬ Cet onlv ihr trenuine it has crossed red nn tit urnt m r A II nthie ar uh V i hi r iriut nt Inn timn mi- - 9 f wiM etui 11 i nt Tci Rautilul Worlds X W anil hmilc frir Fair VLft titul Â¬ dec-o-at- lc sjV 1 Ire i isVyagsanl Â¬ Â¬ City Property Â¬ FORI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SALE I ave a Fine New Residence situated oa Broauwiy and some very 1 Â¬ Â¬ DSIRAt3L LOTS Â¬ Hs on different streets in the best neighbor- Â¬ Also houses and lots on hoods in town public corners Aso lots suitable lor Iivery Stables Mule Sheds Stock Pens or Manuor lurther description call on factories H POWELL at Climax Office Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TABLERSniT BUCK EYE sflic 1 OINTMENT NOTHING BUT Mil PIUS1 i CURES A SURE -- and CERTAIN CURE IS years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES known for oldrEXAEsn liaroeiaTwen bt a xzs cu vs 1 1 Um Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4UsBPl 1MI rrtl Ition We sdrise if patentable or doc free oij charge Our lee not due tin pale How to Obtain a cost ot same in tbe U S sad Address sent tree Caveats and Trade Marks obtained and all Pal- n KttsufaaMtc rnndurtetl for UnnraaTt S Our Ornct is 0POrrt U leaa Patcht orrct jj time than taoae and we can secure Daten hi remote from Washington Â¬ t A nnlal liiasanitar Â¬ pnLrT i I I f iCASNOWCO Orr t 30- a I Pstcht Ornct Wsshingtom D C - Â¬ Â¬ K9 CAS I OBTAIN A PATCTT t11 SIUWSOSSWSS11 I W UonssutaUy Patents and how to ob iiassiiiss ssssBsrass Hal sill isln snnss it una A Oa snekslaotteatBttMSVIeBrl SCSI tBuTara hroacat whlaty hat Issaad a hlj asm largest eaaalsalua a sear rsiine wrld S3 aWtsaa asoisthrj saniesaseat But xea osjsta atvary asssshss ri k la oosora aaa aasMagapt f COPYRIGHTS A S For a HaaabMfcod ISS THE CLIMAX PCKL1SHEU BVEKY WBDVBBDAY BT Tho Climax Printing 6 F ROCK Editor and Co a Gs Mas lb PRICK PKR YEAR 150 I I C H I C I if s H K I O 1 -- I j SPACE sj K r io 1 r 1 f E s- t r j Inch Inches 3 Inches 4 Inches 5 Inche I 75 50 5cii34 90 3 50 5 - Kol 5 Col Col 6 8 10 3 3 4 00 50 00 00 00 00 n t so 00 5 00 6 00 9 00 1 00 S 00 3 4 7 00 00 10 00 on 12 m 10 75 cc 3 ooj M 5o 00 00 15 00 27 9 40 13 00 77 00 40 ooj 60 00 80 00 7 75 50 34 5 25 00 00 4 QT 60 6 00 II OO 00 17 50 15 00 3 25 7 I Reading tr for each additional insertion ia line for first in- - rt and simitar mat- - BVearlv advernerv have the privilege of changing their advertisemenis every four weeks without extra th- apVtTWnuu- - or return re cm unless accosapar jected cosBinunications sufficient postage In all CBMt the mm writer will be required not for pabbcauoti but as a guarantee of good faitK ANNOUNCEMENTS Hr rHKNAl i EGISI fcTURE as a candidate cct to the action of the 4 ly Judge inoanoc H IN The mortal remains of ex Secretary BOME RELIABLE FIGURES ON Hugh McCulioch of the Treasury De FREE PIKi IMtrtment were consigned to their last resting place in Washington Monday FMitor Climax morning Your last issue contained a contribuOn and Mrs Mary 8 R Bi 11 itt tion by W S Coyle of Berea on the subwere granted an absolute divorce Mon- ject of tree pikes It was in answer to day afternoon This we trust endt this questions I propounded the week before matter which has for some reason been and I wish now to comment thereon We propose to operate under kept prominently before the public for He says a statuatory law which tells us that we many months may levy a tax of 10 cents on the iflOO Cotton is on a boom Wheat is going for buying the pikes and 10 cents for ents Beef is high Corn is over maintaining same of course which priM cents but we have no more would be more money than would be mary money than we had when the necessary for the aforesaid purposes Fven the panic overtook us in lSH The taxable property of the county is market have entered into a constirarv jio Ho0ii Ten cents on the 100 would to destroy silver Evening lost amount to 10000 but the county would lone lMXi in dividends from stock canA hardware merchant of this peace celled anil the Sheriffs commission has received in the last weei two invou M would Ik- - 700 so that the net income for of goods from New York and in each in- maintenance of the free pikes would be payable in only Svko voice is printed the words A threat to put the country on a gold Now let us look 41 the cost of mainsilver basis will cause all contracts soon tenance as now existing and do reasonaor late to iall for the yellow metal ble man will undertake to say that pikes Winchester Sun could lie kept up by the county at a less price than it costs the companies I give Wilimm Frm of Warren county below a table of pikes their names As he died a short time since of frilt length in the county and cost per road was going to church one morning he met per ear Milton White who pointed a double COST KM 111 NAME barreled shot gun at him and commanded LcsiaaWaWj 2500 him to sign a check for Slomi or his TaBM Creek 12 iaoo 1200 He was so frigbtend that he died LaacafBrnt life 10 Bin Hill il 1000 shortly after Fx Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A CRISIS Impending i J -yJfHfrWifJ V TEfFtiJB in Hawaii ii May ltt Mr Julius A Palmer who went to the Hawaiian Islands to investigate the state of affairs there as special correspondent of the New York Fvening Post three months ago arrived here on the Australia He believes that there never will lie har mony until the monarchy is restored and Princess Kaiulani placed uiKin the throne In giving his reasons for this he said There are three main points of danger to the Government 1 feiwi Ml I A Mild It IreJafi I fanP Hfp pipilllS lljfiitei IS - iIIIIIIIIIilillllS- - A Â¬ ZatTfe Fink II I II M AMWrm TettO OrMH SUCCESSOR tl Irtiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiic mm pj Trill Ir COST AT COST Up MfltefiiJisfS THE - Speedwell M SDAY MAY J THE SILVER QTJEfiTIOS - fnl Living ironi the ien af Capt I Thomas written to the LpKBaaSoai eadcr is if much interest He is wi ll kiHw as lit- of the most successful Mien in Central Kentucky and hat utterance- - should have weight You inav reeali my article in the J reader on siivei ami tiow stubbornlv I protested almost the repeal of the and oth r anti silver leu Tli- M 1 I bnsi-new- ahotatd lear himself bravely before men - in truth he did lear himself liefore But in the still watches of the anford night when the world slecs and awakif when the awful tragedy that shadows his life rises up before him in all Its bloody completeness how will it be with Senator doebcl then Gad pity him and God save him from him- Â¬ the present Those who live on dirt toads have not self Glasgow Times contributed as individuals to make those To some people the niinilier IS means roads into pikes but when it comes to tax everything that is unlucky to others the ing the county to build them roads that 1st month than is another thing and much easier done is associated with eei Dumber 3 or 7 or Bad wheat rattle raw ma- every fortunate event of their lives At Individuals along a dirt mail may not terials and manufactured articles are at lines the coincidences are sh rally inter feel able to give several hundred dollars a lietler price Why should wejeoiiar- sting John BigeloA in his recent work to hiild a pike but they will feel able to Life of Samuel J Tilden instances pay their part of the necessary tax for - all conserva 1m how the niimlier one played an important the couutv to build the pike for them tism hut even the boys ought to have part in the career of Saye of Grevstone T ic law provides far a tax of 10 cents a little sense Wonderful Imw loinl He lacked one but one electoral vote BO on the 100 to buy the pikes already exlUinaintv is make him President in s7ti The elec- isting How far the SsiUK so realized iHuijrht the old K iines place in Paris toral c iinmissioii decided against him bv would go towards securing the 17 miles they were pine locust a majority of one The derision slated of pikes in the county I do not know Hie fellow wanted me that Tilden was defeated by a vote of 183 but several yeare would lie necessary to cut the alantliu- - they were not to ls4 After his death the clause in his thereby costing the taxpayers an inhealthy another the locust thev were will by which he daBBaaod of one third of crease ovei the present tax of IJ0 to 40 dirty another the pines they were istained by one judge cents on the 100 Be to be ornamental kept all inapcal to the Supreme Court the On the subject ol acijiiiring the roads however and have a pretty yard lanse was declared invalid bv a major- Mr Coyle savs So uve nt-- a rest ity of one and the court of last resort sus Should owners of any of the Lets see w hat we can do for awhile tained the will by a majority of one Fx roads t use tie sell we would to condemn el and it liejius to dawn on me that per the pike under the clause in the coiiti haps the men who handle the linances A iioKKimE tragedy was enacted on tution for public uses just as you ma of ad Nation pussMy know the threshold of the Presbyterian church deum land upon which to make a county as much or a little wore aboal it than at Troy last Sunday Archibald Rviev road do had ruined a sister of George MontThe constitution does not provide for At am rate ju t aoa for a while the gomery He was forced to marry tlie standard does not stui to liurt young lady in March and has relused to coinieiiiing private ueoperty for public uses it merely providi s for the payment and hn iness men BB halt live wifh her Ryley insisted in attend But a State statute does proIn policiea a tiling inav lie rijrtit at ing church after having been warned by therefor time ami the same Ik- BM at an- - the young men of the Montgomery fami- vide for taking lands timber stone etc A question arises whether chartered rights wanted silver left aione but ly to stay awav and avoid trouble Dr can lie taken under that statute The it - detBMed and I would not ruin iuerrant wiote to Ryley s father Dartmouth College decision of the Su business now and urged him to keep his soi awav preme Court of the Inited States op Mr Ryley answered that his son would I Da of Itavsville Kv shot Mjses that idea and w ide1 J D Morrow of iordons- le preiwred for any emergency and was Now seriously counting the cost does fully capable of taking care of himself A si andal was the cause of ville BBC Sunday Rvlev went to church with his any taxpayer wants free pikt dirticultv Bevond the question of cost there is a Mr Montgomery and his three lamily sons were also present After senii e principle involveil that is neither Demothe Iinocrat here favor a cratic nor Republican it is Populistic iiiemeni o the Stat- - Convention as young Ryley and George Montgomery nspested in the Saturday eilition of the met in the vestibule of the church Rv The Populists want the iovernment to take charge of the railroads telegraphs 1st It is confidently thought ley made a motion toward his hip pocket that with one or two months longer to when George Montgomery ijuickiy pulled steamboats and all lines of lianawuwla attidv the financial situations the Free his pistol and shot Ryley fiv- - times tion passenger or freight and tlie State any will lie too small to hurrah Rvley then shot Montgomery just alsive to owu the mills factories etc It would the heart and immediately fell dead create a centralized form of government at a rail- George Montgomery cannot recover too radical even lor the Republicans Faroes Tiiton V Daaa triis t serve his time John Montgomery run out of theehureh Kiokm in pnwdi The 1nitei States Supreme and tired once at Rvlev before be fell but 11 or the Climax Court deniil his applicntioii for a habeas was caught bv a bystander Florida Arch livleys mother saw the whole corpus Take your medicine iene My last was cut taint niie we know but you kicked up a scene while standing in the church door vegetables I had short by reason of to see to the gatherand cried my God they are killing my terrible rumpus and deserve all you are For weeks boy Pray for him She ing and shipping of them Guerrant roinji to i et and then w ast all Florida has lieen busy shipping shrieked and fell fainting from the steps In answer to the question as to straw brries potatoes bean cucumbers m Dome iail Hamilton a whether he felt sorry Montgomery said squashes and tuKes or cukes or tillers to well known author and writer has lone the Jieople of the snowy North Some been an inmate of the family of lames that he was not asked if Ryley was dead and t lieu said Well then I am have received good prices others not Hlaine She is now lying at deaths Much depends ready to die too It is all over now and much aliove expenses disir in the Washington home of the I can die happy I am sorry it happened umhi the time and place the condition family She suffers from a paralytic of the market and very much upon the here at chur h stroke received about a week ago Ryley was years old an Mont- - firm Souie firms write back to the shippers for freight charges having approLgoinery J Tiik Winchestei Sun of last Tbunxiav priated all the proceeds and still wishing rejoices over the taking to task bv the for more It is needless to say none is DEATH LOVES A SHINING MARK New York Herald ol Congress for foolsent such ar plain cases of stealing ing away the entire session within two Walter juinton Gresham the Secre- but it cannot legally lie proved and weeks of adjournment before getting to there is no remedy work properlv The Herald article was tary of State lassed away at 115 a m Sugarcane is grown from joints of the written in February The Sun is only yesterday morning His death was ealiu and peaceful As the end of life ap stalks or from the stubbles of the pre- Â¬ about three months late It is rather hard to work as proached the terrible sufferings be en- vious crop dured disappeared and be passed awav it is planted thickly and it branches The report that ex Governor Knott iiietly and without visible pain will take the editorship of the proposed He much at the ground It is planted eaih new Free Silver daily paper at Ixnisville was conscious to the last and bis anxietv and made up the last thing in the year is erronious r hi loved ones The ex Governor savs that He was attacked But few people bother to make more with acute pleurisy May 1st but his disÂ¬ than syrup in this part of the State he never contemplated such a move- Â¬ On the Keys tomatoes and watermel ment Also that be is giving very little ease yielded to treatment until Saturday attention to jiolitics Of the latter in view when pneumonia set in His pulse ons are ripe Indeed some here have of his recent emphatic free silver utter- reached Ma and was so feeble that it tomatoes turning and melons large ances you are at lilierty to take as much could scarcely be counted At fcM a rigor enough to ripen 1 guess that seems set in and another at 1020 when all hopes early for mv readers or as little as yon choose were abandoned He was conscious to And that reminds me that the Cum vx J Sjimi Haw Barbooreville Knox the last He passed away in the presence is read from wave to wave and from the y was a caller at the Climax office of his loving wife and daughters with a tropics to the polar circle I had a letTuesday in the interests of his candidacy few chosen friends His son Ota was ter from New York last week addi for Kailroad Commissioner in the third enroute from Chicago and did not reach to A Cracker Esq Now this name district Mr Hays is a sound money there until the spirit bad winged it is only an assumed name and the parflight BBS bat doer not imvor tlie adoption of As soldier judge and statesman ties supposed it a true name I wonder ioancia resolutions at a District Con- - Mr Gresham ranked with the bravest sometimes how many of my readers He is a stirring wide awake purest and most honorable recognize the writer by his style He was bom in Harrison county would make a good Commis- I have letters asking me about Imliana March 17 1KJ2 His mother this State and all such are referred to early left a w idow the son with the as the Climax It is useless to expect one Joe Biaikbikn is winning lots of ad- siatance of an older brother obtained two to give in a letter all that may - said of vene criticiam for the way in which be or three years of winter schooling two this State Besides if you have never has eliosen to answer Mr Carlisle His vears at a seminary at Corydou and one seen Florida yon cannot comprehend all nent believe and I have lawiiia at Rloomington Ind His entire lile has that is said of it Just so fields of blue to l live that Carlisle didnt tome to been one of active toil and devotion kg grass is something the eople never tire Kentucky of biaovn ocord hut me the business before him and his record asking me about and my rye is the ob to execute a mat awtermd on hm bv most honorable and one that every youth l much comment One man asked ooe who i higher ta authority is ra may seek to emulate We regret that me to save him some seed next lull He awrled as unworthy of luin and a libel space will not allow further lUKvmiuujs didnt know wheu it ripened a- consider yet it was a mistake and was the cause of busi- disturliance and financial deurcs Mbb man cant live in tlie iast I mas once in the confed erate army and triel to do mv duty then and there hut the liirifest base to BC on eartli is the fellow that is yet ini the liattles of the gone by war - in tinance what we want is a set tlement on Mimethiiig and let it he Whatever I may have thought ilvcr the fact is patent to business men Mlver is knocked out except ilsidiarv coin We an getting our affair adjusted to what is needed anil tlie husinessof the mtry now reviving ought not again we think to In- distarbss hv citation It i more to men arirt or tinance w ho do something and ex ect to try to jioli- do something than is ti tn ia There - can say it from our busi a cenness and a widi tral revival ol commerce all over the nr Ford IiiihIht touipaiv ion 1 -- The story comes from Petersburg Ky ue iM 8 Mill 5 that sitatoes grown on the sot where a 400 haunted house one stood in that vicinity total 8320 are crimson in color The plants come Thus it is seen that the ssijm js ex iiji red and the suierstitious ones say it aawBBBsd by only 7ii miles of pikes leaving is the blood of numerous jieople who about 100 miles in the county not pro were murdered in the old bouse years vided for as to uiainteiance ago Winchester Democrat The Iexington pike osts iriOO jier mile a year for inantenance not including toll The heathen Chinese and native resigate keeers tiay The Tates Creek ljin dents of the island of Formosa have de Big Hill Sjieedwell Red House clared a republic This Island was ceiled laster and others cost fMt per mile The by China as part of the war into laan W Guesss Shop and demnity It is in no wife probable that Barnes Mill Inion City S4n Others cost from S40 A large pro receive r- - ognition it will 1 estimate the average cost of 1100 sirtion of the population are the most the MO miles at S70 or a total of S7000 A few thousand foreigner-abject savages What does Mr Doyle propose to do half civilized Forniosians are at and alionl this 17000 deficiency the head of tii is movement It apiiears Concerning the building of the new Just to e another Hawaiian affair pikes Mr Coyle is not clear He says alsiut as much sense in the one as the We would appropriate money to build other and each as incapable of self fri e pikes just as we have done in the government Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Irine 5 12 500 720 800 That Secretary Gresham has decided that Bowler is not an American citizen and that Great Britian had de- Â¬ cided that Rickard and Walker are British subjects 2 The greatest fear of the Hawaiian iovernment is Japan and they do not scruple to say so They are making arrangements to get in 5000 Chinese coolies and send away as many Japanese The Government when the Japanese cooliea came in gave an understanding that if Japan would supply them with coolies they would employ I hem Nov Japan will probably hold that this understanding is being violated The third danger to the iovernment is in themselves The Democracy or American League is taking umbrage at the new importation of Chinese The financial question is also one ol the things that will help to bring on a crisis On May the iovernuient ad mitted publicly that no bills must be paid except on three and six months credit The loyalty of the natives to monarchy was never us strong as it is now and it was the basis of the union of all parties in past years and there will lie no harmony until that monarchy is restored to Princess Kaiulani and that would make Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE THE pM LvqIUs u youl gait gfiance fit SaUjainJ7V Cincinnati gficafi tfie entile ifocfi GINGIM 0L0 RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL Me U cfaimj out fioc CIGARETTE Hat stood tho Toot ol Tlao MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER of otfiincj Sccti JCati gau cf rruai rtuia rcj ar3 BRANDS COMBINED JuUikfiimj goodi Jffmicaf JmtiiunenH NATI MZ ab commencing MflY KM cml ltnn 20 it iou tahy working outward had an inward course attacking the most sensitive organs of the IkxIv and literally burning the woman up as effectually as if living coals or a corroding acid had been applied to the parts For thtee weeks night and day nights of torture and terror and days of agony only modified by the presence of sympathizing friends Mrs Warne suf fered The end came when the dread disease attacked the heart and slowly ate its way into the citadel of life The crisis was awful the torture too great for the immagination to picture and the pen to describe but death came and found a willing victim Eaqatrer Â¬ irSJiSJ until the entile Stock u emed out p5ffJtapJa harafflSHra want ti rrjg S3 i RflRlfA NS dbe zule gjipJspJs reJS0B t choice apliraJMTl FIRST ST rruKa I E c0li lt cncc to aa rn rut r GHEAP STORE and come tlie lujnt filacer the CINCINNATI CHEAP STORE RICHMOND KY KKI OLD UKUMBLKU Some men court their wivee and then marry and settle down to business and get along quiet and some men has to lie courting their wives all the days of their life and then be in torment half of there time Roys dont marry when you have only half courted your girl if you do vou may find it necessary to have some experience in a divorce case oo new fashion religeon is liken to newfashion sleevs more wind in them than anything else oo The natural shaped person is the preti est thing that God ever made oo Frequeutlv the finest clothes on a person exposes the weak places in the head Do not have all clothes and no money for it is much better to have some of both oo I see patent nedacines advertised in newspapers and recomended by Rev preachers and their name asigned to it Well I just say right here that I will not take that medacine and 1 do not want to hear that man preach It sounds like puling money in the pocket and religeon in the patience stomach batted of puting it iu the heart oo A note from Aunt Susan sais she sees from tbe advertisements in the Climax that goods is mity cheap aud she wants to come to town and by some toe linen to make the bovs some long shirts to plow and thin corn in but she is so dis gusted at the big sleeves that she is al most afraid to come for tear that them big sleeves might explode and blow her up and she has aliout made up her mind to turn to a man and will if the old man is willin and will turn next week or do as the old man sais aliout it but whether or not she will w rite us a long letter next week and tell what she done about it Come on Aunt Susan there is men here now that will insure your life for 10 cents a week or turn you in to auy living being that exists on the face of the eartht but come on and stay all day with us A Â¬ llliiUii iilEIIIIiillllllllllAO grSJLfE gjTpilj Cvopu man lias a inc rtiai liine if be will keep it in riming order and then run it right it will beat any other ma- chinery on earth It is a fine piece of work that is his bead oo There is a big diference in puling your foot where yon look and looiing where you put your foot oo A man can easily get into business with a capital hut without t he often has to take a back seat i peace at once Colonel Ashford Attorney Oeneral of Hawaii who arrived on the same steamer expresses similar views He said There is a perfect reign of terror in L WE HAVE THEM MORE GOOD past It is well that the friends of Senator lioeliel should crowd around him and clasp his hand over his aoiuitla for the If ever the killing of lohn sandfonl Senator needed friends true as steel it is now It is well that Senator ioetiel In the past the county has taken stock in roads were individuals had contribu ted a sufficient amount over and above the appropriation of the county to build the road 1nder a free pike system there would be no more taking of stock bv the county ami no more building pikes by individuals Again he Bay lnder the present system those who live on dirt roads are not eager to lie taxed to convert these into pikes and I cannot see why they would necessarily be taxed under the free pike system to build any sooner than thev would under cinenience Â¬ Â¬ Irl ii- Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ the islands Informers are everywhere People do not dare to speak in their own houses There is everywhere a leeling of uncertainty doubt and impending danger and ruin Those who favored annexation have made up their minds that it is impossible The missionaries a we call most of Un political party in power have claimed to be in favor of annexation but have never lieen really The annexationists mistrust them now As to the future well annexation is an imiossibilitv and all are about agreed on that Thurston has gone back and it is publily said that be is going to pro- Â¬ pose the restoration of a monarchy with Kaiulani on the throne A republic seems an impossibility such a large part of the iopiilation are incapable of governing tLeinselves A long as this so called republic can pay armed men to keep down rebellion it will last and BO longer What thev are talking of now and want first is some sort of protectorate of the Iliited States They are afraid ol Japan and they want some protection against any other foreign interference Then of course what is next wanted is a monarchy The natives are not at all discouraged by the failure of the last movement They would gladly nmke another attempt 1 am not a Royalist in principle but under all the considerations existing down there I think it is the only thing A monarchy would unite all the natives and lie respected by all foreign powers Enquirer Â¬ Â¬ WE CARRY AN There is more intelegence distributed at the Water Office than any place in town oo The only way we can account for the good health and few deaths among the people of Richmond is liecause there is an over crap of life insurance men about town and they do not give a fellow time to get sick Fven tbe colored wimen is having their life insured at ten cents a week oo We bear of more wimen lieing mur- Â¬ dered in tbe last sixty days thin we ever herd of before in the same length of time Is it wimens rights that e are coming to And everybody kaowa the cause of so many men being murdered It seems like the men or wimen one should be coreled oo How can a man condem another per- Â¬ son for commiting crimes that he would do himself if be was placed in the same atitude as that of the person that cominited the crime We all should overlook beseting sins and weakness in persons with a forgiving spirit Â¬ CLOTHING FORTHK ENDLESS VARIETY -- OF LEAST MONEY THAN ANY CKNTRAI Ready Made OTHFR BOUSE IN KKNTICKY IN STOCK LINK AN 1M WF HAVE Clothing FROM MKNsK Of WHICH WF CAN EVERY PKRmiN Spring si IT Suitings THAT WE ARK MAKING GENTS IP AT m Furnishing MODERATE Goods oF ALL DESCBIFTION CHOICKST IN STOCK 1 Â¬ CONSUMED By an Unquenchable Fire I 1 - Â¬ lii - Â¬ Â¬ lr S Â¬ Â¬ no cause could fie found Mrs Warne was first attacked with the disease which was to result in so much agony and finally in death She was a woman of strong physique aud up to the time of its insidious approach iu splendid health Her 40 vears of life she bore well and had no premonition of the terrors to come Then spots as large as the palm of a hand broke out all over her body iuvolv the face and extremities These were accompanied by terrible ibhing high fever rapid pulse and vomiting Dr Staffor a local physician was called in and prescribed soothing lotions quieting Â¬ Sometimes when a fellow hits two old collars and a nickle handkerchief and a par of old box with the heal and toe out he can raise a level of a ripet liecause Word was received yesterday from the laundry man does not deliver his of the death of Mrs Ill Stockton rags on time and when he has at least Stephen Warne by her brother Mr A four or five old bills behind unpaid that J Reed General Manager of the Cove- Â¬ amount does as well to quarrel about as nant Mutual Life Association of Illinois if he had two old shirts to throw in in ibis city whose office is iu the Carew oo Building and who is one of the liest Most every man who has not got a known insurance men in the countrv new suit of close this spring has go WhHe bis host of friems deplore Mr some money in his pocket but woe unto lieed- - loss those who know the dread those fellows that is dressed up so fine disease with which Mrs Warue was af- If you want to find them out just try to flicted find consolation in the thought collect a few dollars from them that they that the poor womans sufferings which owe you But this is all fashionable border on the superhuman were ended now days at last Medical science was helpless beoo fore a problem which had never preThere is as much diference in men as sented itself to any of its wise men ami there is in horses though horses has to the disease progressed unhindered and to be trained to go the gates and step hie unchecked and death alone could be its but most of men will step hie in one remedy hours training if they are fed at the right TIIK IUIM VKV SYMITOMS place and then turned out in Feeneys Three weeks ago after having experi pasture to grase Who is the next one enced weeks of painless languor for to show up a skinned nose Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tbe Victim a Sister of A J Keed of This Cily The Disease Pronounced Ketrocedent Krzeuia and bring the children along a long letter from you at once oo oo So many fellows standing around talking free turnpike and free silver if they would do moie walking and les talking and put more hogs in the market they would not need free turnpikes and free silver If all the rocks was melted up an run in to dollars some people would I exjiect still not have any money AX AFFECTING MISS MINN1K PRICES ont forget that and inspect our stock 4- Ai VARIETY SCENE HEK AKVls K we make the LOWEST PRICES for the quality of goods of any firm in Richmond Come llAVIs mt AKOCNI1 EX lioVEKNOK UBHOt which oo Aint Richmond exceedingly healthy and quiet and the town full of blue doctors oo Tobacco is the best advertised product that grows on the Kentucky soil and the press gets less for advertising and upon average the farmer gets less for his tobacco in net cash than anything he rases We hear of men commit ing suicide because the prices are so low Some- Â¬ times a picked hogshead of tobaco sells for a big price but the rest of tbe crap bring not enough for cooperage presing and shipping but the commision men all wais does well for they understand their pait of the business There has lieen some nice tobacco sent to Virgiua from this county that they did not get as much as one cent a pound net for it The press is as much imposed upon as the farmer by advertising for nothing but the farmer wants to see it in his pa- Â¬ per but in the wind up he frequently sees it to his sorror The editors and farmers has to wear old close and the commission men wears the plug hat Â¬ Â¬ draughts and exhausted the materia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1m- 1 medica in bis efforts to give the poor wo man the desired relief His efforts were in part successful the rash disappeared from the surface of the skin but tbe result struck terror to the heart of the physician Instead of the pains diminishing they grew hourly more violent until the sufferer was almost frantic with agony Dr Hutton of Flizabeth and Dr Godfrey of Galena III were called into the case but their skill was equally unavailing Opiates were as ineffectual as so much water would have lieen a siowiv onsi mini mas Pulse and temperature rose the latter to the incredible height of 120 degrees and still she lived Had her body lieen held over a slow fire tbe heat could not have been more intense nor the suffering greater TI e physicians stood dum founded before the case aril searched the authorities in vain for a precedent In this emergency it was decided to send lor Dr Henry Lyman President of Rush Medical College of Chicago whose fame is not bounded by tbe ocean as a specialist in skin diseases When Dr Lyman arrived he pro nounced the caw the most remarkable in all his vast experience as a physician and surgeon He called it retrocedent eczema which by striking the stomach had caused heniorrhods cysticis salpingitis and gastialgia with an arthritis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ May U Although HorsTov Tkx many of the visiting Confederst Veterans left for home last nignt and this morning there are still several housand here A grand parade was held this afternoon by the veterans and all the militia companies at Camp Culbertson The weather was rather unpleasant The parade was formed by States the com- Â¬ panies being in line in the order in which their respective States seceded from the Union Miss Minnie Davis and Gen Gordon reviewed the veterans and militia which participated after which there was a grand sham battle with an exhibition drill of light battery F Third Regi- Â¬ ment l S A An elaborate display of tire works will conclude the days celebration tonight Miss Davis will leave tonight vith the Washington artillery of New Orleans and after spending a day in the Crescent Citv will proceed to Richmond Va she held several receptions this morning during which she met several thousand veter ans and others A touching incident occurred in the course of the morning when ex Gov Lubbock in a choking voice said to the daughter of Jefferson Davis It was I who carried vou child into prison to see your father He got no further Miss Davis threw her arms about him and they lioti mingled their tears irizzled veterans and younger spectators present were visibly affected by the s ene At noon the convention of the Inited Confederate Veterans resumed its ses-Â¬ sion and took up the work where it was left off yesterday Associated Press Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - TORIES BROS Ejrr 3 Srcrr2urci Answer 32 T Powell ft Turiey pay all firs losses Powell Who have the best companies Turiey toy All fire losses pail Turiey Ablaze will start Finally Settled The Silver Question To Powell ft Powell A Turiey 32 Old newspapers suitahle for wrapping for sale at this office 25c a hundred Thomas is at work with a painters etc mak- Â¬ ing rady Fitill Springs for the approaching season The Springs will be opened June 1st The Captain has two cottages and some twenty rooms in addition this season has engaged a splendid hand rive pieces excellent cooks will keep nice liyery hot and cold sulphur baths and everything that a gentlemen or lady may require tor comfort health or innocent pleasure 47 2 corps of canienter Â¬ Â¬ rat on prosperity ami ntentment this city ami county call at our NEW STORK ami exchange your silver for the cheapest goods iu Hichnioml Maoa Capt Cottons Corsets Gloves Collars Cuffs Calicoes Ginghams Percales Nainsooks Satines Hambnrgs Laces Handkerchiefs Fans Ties Socks Suspenders Purses Soaps Towels Pants Overalls Don t neglect your insurance go to Turiey Ooat Powell 3 Shirts Trunks sleep over year iasaraace Poweli A Torley 23 Nap sf Virnaia Shoe Battlefields of- Â¬ ard Oxford H5ieri Our ftobbij Â¬ MKADK RETIRKIX oo From the conversation we near on the biwais and from the intelegent people we draw the ida that they are becoming dis- Â¬ gusted at cranks fais teachings and patent religeon but they are willing to worship iod the right way in a clean congregation hut when thev can not get tbe chance to do that they will seek worldly pleasure oo The men who swears the most and loudest at the lake catches the least number of fish Â¬ 0 VSTKI1 ALIVE U8 Lie merit A v Id e eczema luste- - oo A great many jieople charges up to the editors account their own ignorance oo It is very interesting to meet a friend that will ask questions all day and never knows anything to tel you oo Preachers lawers and doctors ibould be our best people but law me what are oouie of thctn Washington May 20 The President has signed an order directing that Admi- cinnati O ral Meade be retired The President reAre you insured Pnvell A Tarley tired Admiral Meade on his own appli32 cation ftnd in so doing administered a What about your insurance Powell severe rebuke to him The Aduirais Turiey application was made to the Secretary of Xok oxit for fires as roll as storms the Xrvy May Hli and was bv him for Â¬ w warded U the President who bxliy re-Â¬ Povell ft Tarley turned ft to the Navy Department with Awarded this endorsement Executive Mansion Highest Honors Worlds Fair May itt 1895 The within recommendation is approved and ReHr Admiral Richard W Meade has lieen retired from active service in the Navy pursuant to section 4ttl of the revised statutes The President regrets exceedingly that the long active service of this officer so brilliant in its early stages and so often marked by honorable incidents should at its close be tarnished bv conduct at variance with his commendable career and inconsistent with the example which an officer of his high rank slioold furnish of subordination and aubmiasion to the restraints of wholesome disciplne manifest popularityMOST PERFECT MADE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ficial papers in the War Department with complete list of battles Sent on receipt of 25 cents in money or nostaire stamp Address C B Ryan Asst Oenl Passr Agent C O Rv Cin- Â¬ The only correct map made from WC No 9 41 R T Hays Firt St i Richmond Ky 40 dr A new line of buggies carriages tarrand wagon just received To Rev R L McElree They are dandies Come and see them I have fufft rcd tor vears with dull head Made of the best materia and guaranache weak back and shooting pains in teed Prices lower than ever before the small of mv back and shoulders Rich mono Carrugk Works About two months ago I got two bottles S U Midkiff Proprietor 39 of McElrees Wine ol Cardui and it has Dont wait until you are burned out cured me of all mv troubles I f e verr Turlev grateful to Ur McElree tor his wonder Powell M lui medicine Mrs ac Matfiild PffsraU Vralitadt I a bossed Wain it Tex March 1893 ies barouches FJ Â¬ w CREAM BAKING Carriages wagons and baggie oer liauled and ptnted at the very lowest prices Ah work guaranteed to be as good as any ir the State RiciisiosD Cakhigb Works S L Midkiff Proprietor 39- Call at th- worthy Tttrlar prompt and trust Â¬ y2 ur Price s Cream Baking Powder AwnMMMMwiawrFiriSiFriK A Grape PfAmmonuCream of Tartar Powder m Alum Fr j 40 or any other adulterant Lumber Fur Sale Climax office and get in Â¬ Insure that big barn Powell formation about a choice lot of u and oak lumber for sale at Kings Sta- Â¬ iey tion Cheari for rash Tlraa like death and taxes -- For high grade clothing shoes and gents furnishing goods visit tlie Cycione store and we will convince vou that it is to your interest 10 patronize tbe faasona Cyclon- - store we undersell rvorj Main street opposite the court house Richmond Kv Tur- yi hare YEATtS THE STANDARD i uranc Powell ft Turiey v j bean in the wcrid since PcweU ft twity iu creation THE CLIMAX Y - Y Mr and Mrs Hjaaaa pive their laughter Mu Julia a IVbut party last Mirv- - May Ballanl entertains a few lay million Suiilli-Kal- 1 The AN will i have sNial oration ilnv rate HanÂ¬ dicap Latoaia ami U na Baldwin the Vanity Kair Club at Praia night u ii H - that the - lay night lxi that iniR - Bea iintv have live mii 1 cirs Silver liainl U will file nl have wind nor their lixi tiaml aint edoratioaal liac Mav SI in it a famous abjcctn will be-- this town Kri- First subject liom Pay The Smitlay School Conference con- venened Tuesday and Wednesday of last Kev W F Vaughn l I of Harrodsburg was elected President W K Arnold of Stanford was elected t tl S Tttirf All iku iittnMifita iio ils were carefully inquired into and the leports were encouraging The Suudav Shotil roll at this place Meth odist church having lieen doubled since February last The Danville District Conference convened Thursday the llilh inst W F Vaughn Presiding BMar Chairman All the preacheis in the district in charge of churches were present except one The d reports made by the preachers and that there had lieen much goo1 accomplished in most all lines of chinch work Alsmt 1M0 conversions 7iHi sand iticat ions aad MO at MO acces sions iMtiuiis of thaiiKs far the entertainment given by the eople of were read and adopted Confer ence adjourned to meet at Perryville nt t year There were alKiut eighty preachers and delegates in attendance at these coiift ret The following lersons preached dur- iugthe sessions vi Kes S W PecKedd W K Tavlor J K Deer- in J ASawyer K A McClure Their sermons were instructive and edityiug In Thursday night the Lords Supper hninistereil to a large niinitier ol persons This was a very impressive service We In in to have tlie privilege ol having these confeeiices meet with ljincaster Keconl n Â¬ tiele--howeÂ¬ 1 01 S -H lr W Station Neil Ilurhin has i Wiarhestrr tsart auctioneer rejtorts only SSO cattle a the market liood smooth IlC lit steers Iinui tu LJKO Kiunds brought tiered ihter ones to ic fat itiws and ineiiilier heifers ii to JJe one small lot fancy yearlings weight MO hhiiii1s brought aaatftl by lrs saaaaoa and rough oxen and thin ill broaglu 2 to 8Je all lest otferings Saaafl crowd in town sold A Kaiusey rling- iy - and M re W T igdeti is a revelation as a life inlay Shortly insurance worker Coming to llwings val at the grove v It-- at a time when business ot all kinds itiir party tinik - illering from the greatest depres here fur sion ever know n people were dit - th v maile merrv All hint the laugh when he lit gati ad rexrtel in the ar talking life insurance In his lexicon lav however there is no such word as fail H c will IK- has already written thousands of at Terrill tit dollars and a new scalp dangles at his the In lt every day Bath tountv Kanner unty aad the Not ice tu Ihaiiirratv tidied with hie At a meeting of the Democratic Com man ut n Lniag- - mittee of Madison county held in mi May ith it was ordered that there lie held at the regular votoig place tv uf Ken inccinct in the county at 1 r p in Saturday June 1st a con an in vention of the Deasorrata of the precinct trains selected to meet at the and court house in Richmond on county ning train court day June 3d L p m to nominate iinond at lum a candidate to represent Madison county raooa train froaa in the Lower House of the next legislature aad take Bach action as may le and branch can deemed proper regarding the iiomina nl at natioaofa candidate for State Senator img to the appoitionineiit of del e k train has U eti pal SB ied by the Stale Central Coin iniiu- mitlee the various precincts in the p in countv are entitled to the following V will rn tram ninuber of delegates Court Ha May l to iimvey the hatall City Hall 2 Inivesity 4 Cheiiault 1 tral 1ni White Hall 4 McCreary 4 Tipton 2 VVa Kavanaugh 3 Pear Wallow 2 is friends to Iaris on o Illue Lick lierea L Ihin apt I It nt eaaaoo - Tevis 3 Baraaai Crutcher l A liiggerstaff 3 Pouaey 1 It is ileasant time is New by ali ordered that tie Democrats of Mad U Kennedy ison county assemble at the court house in allitiul it Richmond Ky Satunlav June 1st i hie fare for it J p m for the purpose afae - Kiiliniiinl lectmg delegates to the convention which meets in Winchester Kv June 7th to nominate a candidate for Railroad Com of K 111 missioner for the Third District By order of the Committee W Pai ks Chairman Secretary Inline uf Mr riI Â¬ x I He Scimiis Tlieai A I mn Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ r Mary Alice laaaaaan at Wwrk pin Imf I our laiiit s naineil nt corps It is will rank among the - will lie ile to be -- ii the day The judge and are now elected by at tlie ils and not appointed the chairman of the Board of ituiday Imit- t H m -- ieiintcndetit as The jadm of the imuld reserve his vine to Ik- that in case af a tie he vote The Isiunilaiy rut an a oopy of the acbool lie placed In fore the judge to him to ileciile any case af contro- -- ly occur - Prilrtiett ui Kstill county Ilichanlson accompanied a Richardson y tlit- - name of - itarday in search af a tuad- v hail lieen hit on the rabid 1 he were directed to the home af Mrs W Smith who is the owner of aatoae in her family tor over iii- - hiiniltthe proa her grandfather s John Saodd l the eariiest Settlers of Madison tone would not ail inn anl the arty went town where the Bargia aaaatoa was applied This fastened itself to the wouinl four times ami the parties went honie satisfied with the Mparaacat M u ax Kv May ii 1Mb Miss Mary rsoii to whom either of these noted you ever hail Hollingsworth Dear Madam Have n applied has a lady by the name of Mrs Peterson ylropholiia and lniiiiiretls have from Ixiuisville traveling for the Home their merits We are unable to taking orders for the benefit of the Home these imihI results are from say whether The reason I ask is there was a etc Bay eculiar propertie belonging to the art of immunity from the lady by that name canvassing this atones or whether the iintv and we thought she was an Mi is not a species of faith cure aaaaatar a she could produce no creden The Ionium exercises af liarrard tials Respectfully e have been definitely arranged Mas S D Cochran On Sunday BMTB anil are as follows Courier Journal inj June SaaL Kev J Lafatvy McKee AM Rl MKS UK WEItUINHS Jr will preach the Baccalauteate ser- WfclHUNUs Mr Geo C Graddy President of the af the college at the mon to the students lies Klectric Light Co and Miss tian church i hi Tuesday evening Declamatory Carrie Neville Plakemore were married June 4th the Kentucky il lie liehl at the Court House at the home of the bride near Farmdale uniler tlie auspices of the college ami on Wednesday morning Miss Blakemore Wednesday morning the Bah the final is the daughter of Capt J N Blakemore lenoesnent hxen ises will he held the wealthy distiller istain church at which time At five oclock Wednesday morning twoyonng ladies Misses Francis Hellen at St Josephs church this city bv Rev and Mamie L Philliis will graln ate Kev W K Ellis of Stanford will Father Major Mr John Farrell and Miss If liver the diplomas and address the Julia Mouahon of Madison county graduates The attendance at the collese The couple ieft at once for a bridal trip ear lias leen very large and the to Cincinnati and other points They nts have made fine progress Prof were juite a handsome touple and are among their acquaintances t is a teacher of rare ability ami his ijuite popilar Winchester Democrat aMaaaaaaent of the institution has He satisfaction to all concerned Thf Watafa Celaabiaa Ksawtitiaa a id his excellent family will rein Wat of value lo the world by illustrating Mayfield shortly after the close of far the improvement in the mechanical art w bid i place he willtiike rard i and eminent phi kian will tcii y xi that at toe en Â¬ he p ogreM in medicinal agents has been charge of the run suing year Lancaster Record of equal importance and at a atrrogthen Dr Price Cream Baking Powder ing laxative that Syrup of Figf i in ad- Mr Â¬ 1 -Â¬ -- The managers of the Louisville Bap- rphans Home have during the past few weeks been receiving numerous inquiries and complaints about women going over the State claiming to tie agents of the Home and soliciting aid on that account President J B Marvin desires it known that the Home has no traveling agents ami any one claiming to he an agent can ie set down as an imitos or The following letters to Miss Mary Hollingsworth Superintendent of the Home give account- - of the fraudulent agents U ion Kv May 17 lSr Dear Miss Hollingsworth There came to Waco lay a woman who gives her name who savs she was is Mrs Tiionijistui sent out by the managers of the Baptist ilrpians Home of lxjuisville Ky to solicit donations to the Home From her H ronal appearance want of knowl edge of the Home the Baptists in gen eral and Biptist preachers in Loaiaviile we have set her down as a fraud but fearing we might do a fellow being injustice I write to ask if yu can give us any information concerning her She is of medium height and rather stout weara a laree black silk cap with a num lier of ows She also wears a wig at least a pnilusioii of false locks on her forehead and around her ears She says she is a menilier of Walnut 6treet Bap-ti-- t church hat did not know who the I write this because I think is she is no help to the Baptist cause and a real injury to the interests of the Home Please answer and oblige Mlis T P DllllEY Â¬ Â¬ Figle Capt Wygant of Central University Richmond will be in Paris this week to perfect arrangements for the competition drill and picnic at Bourbon Fair Grounds on the Slat of this mouth The citizens of this city and county are invited to at- Â¬ tend and bring well tilled baskets Persons desiring information about the picnic can call on Chas Dit kson J tj Ward J r Desha Lucas or John J Williams There will be no admission at the gates or collection on the grounds the University officials pays for everything An extra force of police will be on hand Madisua Krnalr latitats This excellent institution clones its to preserve good order Kentuckian collegiate year with appropriate exer Citizeu ting week Sunday KM W F COliKESPONUKNCB Smith delivered the baccalaureate sen mon belore a large and interested audiItXOIA ence Tuesday evening the music and Farmers of Ftill are very much lie elocution classes gave their annual recital At 10 oclock Thursday morning hind and court day at Irvine was verv the graduating exercises w ill lie belt at dull Born to Mrs N G Todd liefore break the Christian church anil in the evening the faciiltv and the music and elocution fast Saturday morning ISth inst a classes will lie at home to their manv bouncing black headed boy riends in the pleasant parlors of the InW L Ieels who has a osition with stitute Inder the management of the the Southern Lumber Company Vallev lady principals Mrs A R Bourne and View was home Sunday the 19th Alice Lloyd this Institute has Fridays and Saturdays merchants are taken on new vigor and is prominent overworked here and at Brassfield sellamong the many institutions of learning ing goods and looking after ties ami bark in the state Madison county has reaRev Parsons and Baaata ordained son to be proud of its success and should George Crow to the ministry at the give it a most liberal jiatronage Mrs Rotirne has accepted a chair at Hamil- Thomas school house Saturday the IKth Rev Parsons preached Sunday at eleven ton College in lxxington WJiile this is and four oclock much to her advantage it is with regret W J C twitted the contractor for the that the patrons see her go Miss Lloyd will continue the school and it is safe to foundation of the new church when he I fear weshall all bedeadand at the say that it will lie kept up to its present said devil liefore you get it done However standard of excellency The graduates for are only three in nuuilier Misses the foundation is nearly complete Francis Clayhrook leila Harris and The cook range men are in the land Viola Million A neighbor here begged them to stop hammering on the range ami knocking DIKI the caps and other things alout they might scare the children Judge Reulien Brown a prominent Some one playfully asked who the farmer of Franklin county died at his great sinner is since all these things home near Faruidale last Friday Judge have come upon us Well if there is an Brown was an uncle of Mrs Win Crow Achan in camp with the goodly Baby lonish garment and wedge of gold he At his home iu Valley View Wed would better fight shv or he may get nesday the Sid Mr Wm Talbert aged ca t into that 1700 foot well 7ii years Mr Talbert will be remem Hail cut worms frost and flood have bered as having broken one of bis legs plaved smash with things generally recently while Milling off his loots He The hail knocked off the apples cut was the father of W W Talliert of Valworms have eaten up manv gardens frost ley View and Prof Talbert deceaa bit what corn was up badly and the Oa Saturday the numerous friends of flood washed a wav soil fences and Albert of Capt John R Pates and wife were Thomas house and would have washed greatly pained to learn of the fatal ter- away his family had they not been toted Uncle Billy Carrs barn burned mination at Versailles of the illness of out little Cecil their daughter that night Mack Lakes house ha I lag She was a delicate child subject to burned a week or two liefore Stranger pulmonary and throat troubles Her still the same side of three apple trees BE culminated in diphtheria which in Mr Carrs yard bad the appearance terminated her short life as above Hu- of being singed They were in the front man sympathy and wonls cannot assuage of the house and it looked for all the grief like that of the loving jiarents world like a flameof fire had passed along the three trees in front leaped over the iod only can wipe away their tears house singed the top of an apple tree on Weep not for ihose opposite side and struck the barn sixty Who sink within the arms of death Ere yet the chilling wintry breath yards awav No other trees except those Of rriw oer them tilouv near the line of heat suffered any If Hot weep for them who here remain we could explain the conditions of the The mournful heiritor- - of pain trees the match of some tiiend would exi ondemnd to see each bright joy fad plain the condition of the barn But And mark griefs melancholy hade Fluag oer hopes fairest rofce well I throw up the sponge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ against his cralt This time he opened it and that night answered the missive and received a reply The lottle nniler has already made three journeys to the county of Ma lison and a few days since passed through this place en route on his fourth He gave it out that he was going to Madam to buy lumlier As the girls pa owns 20000 or 30000 acres of timbered land and is very wealthy the young man from all rejiorts will soon lie enabled to start a lumber yard of his own as it is reported that there will be a marriage during the July dog lavs Py special request we tlo not mention names Harrodsburg Democrat Mise Willie Smith entertained a few of her many friends at tea Friday evenA Romantic Affair Who ing Those present were Misses Morrow Roberts Iettic Crow Margreta and She Mary Spencer Smith and Messrs Barbour Mansfield Moberly and Walker Mrs W F Schooler wife of Mr Some months since a young lady in Madison county in a spirit of fun wrote Schooler of the Sun arrived in the city a note in which she expressed a desire yesterday afternoon and is domiciled at to marry some nice voung man ami Mrs K S Davis on Winchester Mrs sealed it in a bottle and trusted it to the Schooler is a very charming little lady and Kentucky river waves Many days af- Â¬ we hope she may find pleasant friends terwards a young man at Oregon this in Ashland Ashland News A jollv fishing party from Richmond countv was iu a skiff and saw the bottle as it floated by but did not theu and New York headed by Charlie Pow- Â¬ trouble himself to pick it up Next ell of Richmond was here last week but morning while further down the river a the river was too high and muddy for strange fatality caused the bottle to wash fishing However aH the members of tlie Â¬ il BOTTLE road Commisbioner in the Third Dis- Â¬ trict is Â¬ party enjoyed their outing and promised to return when conditions were more favorable Livingston Cor Mt Vernon if everyone did not make themselves entirely at home Uncie Sam is a gentle man from head to foot but we dont pro- Â¬ pose to measure his good qualities by bis height because in so doing we would lie dealing unfairly and he takes it as a matter of course that everv one else is just as honest and straight as he is which is quite natural as well as quite wrong He sometimes gets left along this line on account of his leniency but on these oc cassions i which arose he never frets much but does Fret well We might exchange any other citizen we have for another if we could get a bargain but we are going to keep Uncle Sam For nearly half a century the familiar tones from the belfry have lieen heard every morning noon and evening and for fifty years more may the old bell call in the wayfaring men to Uncle Samssumptious table Â¬ D Sharp shipped eight car loads of bark last week five of them from here The foundation of the new church is complete and the lumber is being sawed for the frame Rev Doc Parsons will bold a tent meeting here aliout the 15th of June Seating capacity of the tent 700 ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL NEWS LAST MONTH lot of surprises and we save them to you Also promised that this month June we would give you still greater and when H- J Streng says the word it is so We dont want the goods but it is the money we want and if prices will bring it we will get it We promised you a - worn J B m Not ice of Sale in Equity STOL FFER Against PUT JNOP JARMANc DlU The examination which was held the 17th and 18th for applicants for positions proved not to be intbe city school strictly competiton as was first announced The Board of Fxlucation de-Â¬ cided that if an applicant attained a grade on examination which was suffi- Â¬ cient to guaranty scholarship with exÂ¬ Â¬ By virtue of a judgment and order of aale of the Madison Circuit Court ren Â¬ dered at the April term thereof 1S0 in in the above styled cause the undersigned will on Friday Hay 31st 1895 Between the hour- - of i oclock p m and 3 oclock p m on the premise in Rich mond Madison countv Kv proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described prop Â¬ A lot with dwelling house erty viz thereon situate on the wet side of Main street in the city of Richmond Ky be- Â¬ ginning at a stake on Main street a corner to Mrs Boyd or the heirs of Amanda Chistopher deceased thence with Main street north 63 west 7 5 10 poles to a stake corner to Mrs King thence with her line south 27 west t6 7 10 poles to a stake on Water street with said street south 63 east 7 5 10 poles to a stake cor ner to said Christopher heir with their line north 2j east 16 7 10 pole to the beginning containing 125 perchea The interest of the infant defendant Joe M ers will remain a lien upon the property until he has a statutory guardian competent to collect same TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 6 and IJ months equallv Purchaser will be required 10 give bond with good security tor the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT SO si Master Comr M C C Â¬ Â¬ Busy Reapers Our Customers have been Our store has proven a fertile field for buyers who have taken us at our word ttt MlllKK Mr Editor CKKKk Permit me after a long silence to a lit- Â¬ tle space in your worthy paper Millers Creek has had another tide and has sent off a very nice lot of logs and most of our men have returned with plenty of money and all report very good sales Hiram Jett ot FClizabethtown passed through here enroute to Booneville On his leturn he will stop several dayb with E L Cockrill Born to the wife of E J Broaddus a The U Reports girl FMs kintl looking face is a perfect show Royal Baking Powder wreath of sunny smiles May the storms superior to all others of time blow gently iion the little one Miss Hattie Tipton of Irvine was Lippiaroit8 Maaziai-- lar Jaae among us for several days some time The complete novel in the June issue of since Miss Hattie was a school teacher Lippincotts is the Battle of Salamanca on our creek two years ago and is gen- a stirring tale of the Napoleonic wars erally liked by both young and old from the Spanish of Benito Perez Galdos There is to be a protracted meeting for an author of high repute in his own couna day or two at Mt labor with a basket try hut little known in America William Thompson a pioneer of the dinner on Sunday Meeting begins Friday night liefore the first Sunday in days when the California trail was new June and our good people are expecting relates a wild Western adventure of long ago Beset in Araviipa CanonThe an enjoyable event other stories of the number are As a We lave had quite a cold spell and some frost that has bitten vegetation of dav in June by May 0 Hatch and Inall kinds and all of our good women are terwoven Strains by J Percival Pollard Under the title William Shakspeare lamenting the loss of their gardens It William C Elam shows how has been quite fashionable for the last his Mark two weeks to see straw hats and over- laigely the speech of illiterate Virginians coats with cotton pants and winter is that of the corresponding class in England three centuries ago as preserved bv gloves the great dramatist We have lieen over run with drumIn The Tyranny of the Pictorial I wish sum mers this week of our idle Sidney Fairchild exposes one of the most men could get into jobs of some kind prominent fads of the clay He complains Make up a list of jolis in the Climax that pictures especially of women occupy that would suit gentlemen of the first too largely the place of reading matter water for our idlers wouldnt takejup and all who are familiar with our anything unless it was first class and papers and magaiires must admit that say let me add a word of advice The Â¬ Â¬ perience and other qualifications that she was entitled to favorable considera- Â¬ tion for a position in the school The election of tea hers which occurred the following wek resulted in the election of the present faculty with the exception of Misses Campbell and Baldwin who were not applicants The two vacancies were filled by the election of Miss Alice Arnold and Miss Winnie Maupin There were several applicants rejected whose scholarship and ability as successful teachers is unquestioned and whose reputation is of such a character that the rejection of their applications iu this instance reflects na discredit on them professional I v or otherwise Â¬ Â¬ lave You Been Have you shared in the 3 Reaper 3- - Harvest of Honest Goods Here is another opport unity your friends ahout it Read the sale list carefully S Govt Tell Strengs Special Sale of Silks Every yard of Silk in the house either for Waist Dren or Trimmings must get out this month go we have marked them down MONEY TO tOAN At a low rate of interest for a term of years on good farm property For information apply to 46 10 Â¬ To make them CHAS S POWELL OFFICI OF Â¬ tuly 55j per cent rraCASURT DWAftTMEHT p m oa the idq5 4tid opened imaacrli 14th - Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Dress Goods Kvery dress pattern has hail the knife plunged in deep into the price that they go this month fully per cent 1c than the regular price brickwork of the m and tower r1 second floor for the dance wit pies of uhi fa ijy be had or at the oflk e of tr Ky Each bid mut be check Cm a sua ot less ajBount of the proposal 3J uld it be - returnr ace Building to Wm At Â¬ Rich Strengs Special Sale of Embroideries Every yard of Embroidery must go cut fully 50 per cent wav FIRST EXCURSION Ot the eason he hts the mark work must lie easy and the pay big John Gilmer Speed writes with full The voung people of our neightiorhoo knowledge on a topic of great practical have organized a singing school at the importance Improving the Common Millers Creek school house with the Roads WI McCracken furnishes a Hon Samuel D Watson instructor -- harp essay on The Referendum and the Sam is a good singer and will teaci a Senate and Dr Cha C Abbott an innice school Iet all the bovs attend and teresting study of Thoreau at the expiration of the school hand over On account of Field Day Lexington to the teacher at least one dollar each may be that Sam will be willing to May 30th the L A N will make a one It fare rate good on all regular trains on come and teach again 1 TO ESTILL SPRINGS SATURDAY JUNE 1 Prices have leen We want them all out af tin Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Laces Every yard of Lace hand made Torchon Valencie and all kinds not recognize former prices Silk We have cut the prices so deep you will tt1 VAIIEY VIKW that date The Worlds Preaching here next Sunday at 1130 am Wm Crow Jr preached here last showed do baking powder so pure or so great la leav- Â¬ ening power as the Royal Fair Tests Sunday The New Saag Everybody has gone mad over the new song Springtime Cut out this adver- Â¬ The Southern Lumlier Co will run tisement and send it along with your adtheir saw mill dav and night this week dress and ten zc stamps to D I RedMiss Jessie Spurlock of Ford is visit- mond So Dickinton street Philadeling her father and mother here this phia and we will mail you a copy 51 53 Misses Moll ie and Mattie Howe spent Satunlav in Nicholasville shopping Â¬ Â¬ For the benefit of the Baptist Church Nicholasvihe Kv Special train over the R N I Si B R K from Versailles to Irvine and return stopping at all stations between Versailles and Richmond for passengers Thia lovely summer resort is now open and running in full blast The beautiful grounds have been tendered the excur- Â¬ sionists and offer mst the place lor a de A first class orchestra lighful picnic will furnish music for the occasion This is the first excursion of the season and a delightful time may be an icipated by all Take your lunch and spend a pleasant day in the mountains Those who do not care to take lunch can secure a splendid dinner at the Springs Hotel The following lidies o Nicholasville will act as chaperones making it pleasant V lie stitute Crutcher Fannie BurrU M for ladies who desire to go Waller and Lizzie Carter Jessamine In- Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Ladies Vests Wilds Helen M Baker Fannie Steele Fannie Ivy Scott Olive Dora Pates and Â¬ Early bright transient chaste as morning dew She sparkled was exhaled and went to heaven t 1K T t INK Wants Fa lugfcc Capt Thos Austin of the revenue At three oclock Monday morning Henry Ietcher the colored oorter of the service was among us this week Mr Gilbert Garrett and C L Riley of Richmond National Bank Deserved in the capacity of porter for twenty rive Manchester were here this week on busi years ant was considered reliable and ness trustworthy His age was t0 years A party of young gentlemen from The cause of death Brights disease Richmond and Irvine are out on a fishing tour Fishing and croquet takes up all the old times of our citizens and visitors at Miss Jennie Ford spent Sunday with present friends at Red I louse Mr P L Hume lias presented bis Hon W B Smith went to Louisville daughter Miss Mayme with a pretty yesterday morning saddle horse Col French Tipton of Richmond came We are sorry to report that Mr Fl C Winchesover on his bike yesterday Park is again confined to bis room by a ter Sun C W Carty and wife of Irvine were paralytic stroke It is reported that the controling stock guests of ye editor and wife Monday Miss Mayme Hume of Irvine Ky was in the Peters Lumber Company has been sold to Michigan parties in the city yesterday enroute from Nictio Messrs FJobert and K T Burnam of lasville Mrs Matt Cohen of Richmond spent Richmond were here this week trying several days with Miss Nora Moreland their luck with rod and reel Interior Journal The Fiscal Court met to consider the question of reparing Cow Creek bridge Miss Nannie Hampton of Booneaboro is visiting Miss Maud Fisher of this One bid was made but rejected city Mrs Flward Mann Newport is visi Mrs Win 3 Freeman who has been tiue ber mother Mrs Fannie Friend spending some time in Missouri and Illi- Â¬ She will spend the summer at her moth- Â¬ ers home nois returned Saturday Chas VV Miller of Centre College I B J W Rock agent of the R N left this morning for Ohio where he w ill Danville is at home spending bis senior vacation He will return to Danville in spend a vacation of some weeks duration a few days to receive his diploma Miss Mary Campbell who was comMiss Ida Friend and brother Robert pelled to relinquish her school room duties by reason of illness is somewhat are at home from Newport where tliey have been spending the winter with their improved Ijtucaster Pres- sister Mrs Edward Mann and attend Rev Milton Klliot of ident of Garrard Female Institute was ing school Mr Harry Shepherd and Joe Wagers a caller at the Climax office Friday have erected a very picturesque little morning Capt John R Pates conductor on the fishing house on the river above Wagers Some young gentlemen of this R N I A B R R will act as agent at Heights of Mr place it is said intend to monopolize its Richmond during the abecence loom J W Rock Our brass band has the stuff Three Rev Alexander Henry C V 86 a new instruments have been added re missionary but lately returned from Eugene Busby takes a B flat Dr J cently Brazil visited his brother-in-lacornet Sam Sale another tenor and HerLaa Harris this week bert Ashcraft a tenor If natural talent Mr Ben Dishroan of Barbourville has anvthiug to do with it the services was in our city last week Knox county of the young gentlemen will soon be in in company with Mr J Smith Hays demand candidate for Railroad Commissioner We have in our town an institution Squire Tevis and wife who sold out the exact likeness of which would be some time ago ami movdd to Florida hard to find in America We refer to have returned and will probably locate l lJ me 11 umvieJ tile -- nepiieici liuuoc tin tiu liali inmul here again Winchester Democrat hostelry of which Uncle Sam Tudor is W H Beaver Secretary of the EquiWhile we call it old the proprietor table Building ami Loan Society of fashioned still the genial owner and pro- Â¬ Bloomiugton 111 was in the city Mon- prietor is not behind the rest of the day on business connected with his com world in the art of hotel management pany and stewardship This is not however Miss Lizzie Jennings of Paint Lick the siint to which we would refer more spent some days at McCreary last week particularly we wish to speak a word Mrs W H Kemper of Marksburg here in which Irvine and FCstill couuty Garrard county has accepted a business will join us about the considerate ami position iu Richmond Central Record hospitable way in which Col Tudor Wood editor of the Mt Bteri- - and his family treat the home people M in town Thursday look- - It doesnt seem to matter to them if they rests of his candidacy play the piano all night or ph Bail- - all dav and he woul Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On account oi Republican State ConWe have market them down so that you can get a vest Miss Hattie Taylors school at Bethel vention at Louisville N will the L will close next Friday with appropriate sell round trip tickets June 4th and 5th Well worth twice the monev for 5c Kc 15c and 25c exert i good returning June Str at 3 07 Three A child of T M Perkins near here daily trains between Richmond and LouN died last Thursday the inst aged isville via L about four years Miss Mary Jones of Nicholasville is Lightning Hot Drops spending a few days with her sister Mrs What a Funnv Name W H Kanatzar near here Very True but it Kills All Pain Rev R B Baird of the M F2 church Sold Everywhere Every Day will preach one of his impressive ser Without Relief There ia No Pav mons at Syloain next Sunday Silk Gloves and Silk Mitt all good values fully worth T J Jones of near here vinted the Keal Estate per cent more money family of his mother-in-laMrs Robt Farms town or city property and Adams near Merritts Clark county mountain lands liougbt or sold on a reaSaturday returning Monday sonable commission by the undersigned Mrs Bascomh Patrick of Whites StaAmong the lands ottered for sale are tion returned home with Mrs Susan some of the finest mineral and timber McGuire who had lieen visiting relalanda in Kentucky Persons wanting tives in that section and spent a few days mountain lands will find it to their interwith her here est to place themselves in communicaSheep killing dogs have lieen doing tion with me Ten thousand acres in one mischief in the Bethel neighborhood the body an inexhanstable coal field Pot- Â¬ Our big TEN CENTS Towel is still the talk of the past few weeks Seveu dogs were killed ters Clay lands immense quantities of ant the owners of flocks are on the look Â¬ clay suitable for making encaustic tiling town Only a few more left out for any strange dogs that put in and Fire Clays equal to the best in the their appearance among their sheep world See list tor further details Mrs James Turner of the Forest Hill Terms reasonable Address neighborhood about two miles from S F Rock here was taken suddenly ill one dayClimax Office Richmond Ky tf last week Her daughter and husband were telegraphed to come at one as it We have the best companies Powell was believed she could not recover I Turley 32 am glad to say she is improving and her Nickel Plate Staap Haider friends entertaiu hopes of a speedy re- Â¬ Iu Silk Madras cloth and Percale They are beauties Send eight cents in postage stamps to covery C B Ryan A G P A C O Ry ami sell for less money thau you can buy the material P Talbott who broke his leg last winCincinnati for this uiique vest pocket ter while untieing his shoe and never holder 50 54 was able to lie out of his room afterwards The best companies adjust promptly died Wednesday May 22 aged aliout 7ti Si Turley i years His remains were carried to Powell Last Millersburg for burial The bereaved family have the sympathies of many Certificate of stock of the National friends extended them Their loss is Building and Loan Association of Loubis eternal gain as be had led a Chris- isville Ky No 4036 for t n ihares Our line of Carpets is still large and we want them to tian life and died in the blessed hope of Have applied for a new certificate Rego therefore make special prices for this special sale 33 a life beyond this vale of tears in a region ward if returned to J Gideon Taylor Mat- Â¬ per cent less than you ever heard them sold tor Ky fraught with the joys of immortality Richmond 4952 tings in large quantities and to close them out this As announced the basket dinner was Tire ii a good servant but a bad month they will go at 10c per yard and up held at Antiocli church about three master Powell 8c Turley 32 miles from here last Sunday At the appointed hour buggies surries and other vehicles began to roll in loaded Remaining unclaimed n the Post Office with ieople and with baskets containing at Richmond Ky for the week ending everything that woultl tempt the appe May 29 1803 Sirs Eveline Antle Mrs Jane Alcorn tite A sermon by Rev Joe Ballew at 1 Mary R Black Bettie Black J S This is the mouth to supply yottr elf as special prices a m was highly edifying and furnished Heamaugh J Beauaman Jr Dora Berry spiritual foot for the hungry souls of Cely Bennett Ben Birdwhistle Dock No slop shop goods put in this sale but will prevail many present At the conclusion of the Bronston Eli Brown John Bowlin W F our regular line at reduced prices Suits for men boy Bookmeyer jason Bogie Henrv Carr E sermon the large congregation numberW Campbell Ollie Chandler Chas Car- Â¬ Come and look at our suits and we will and children ing about five hundred consisting of roll J T Cleary MU Molly Creath suit you in prices style and goods neighboring towns and from Lub Chenault Miss Jennie Child J D many from the country round about repaired to Cobb 1 la Collins Harry Coddman May Mrs shade trees near by to partake of the E Cooper Kirt Cortus Dunn Sarah Curd C A Em Mrs Johu lavisC L bountiful repast furnished by the hospi- bryJames Fraucis Mrs Fannie Friend tality of Tates Creek people who never Geo W Tray Chas A Gains Miss M After an hour of Gibbs Harvey Gibbs Lilly Harris Leon half way do anything friendly greetings and pleasant conver ard Harris Arthur Harris May G Hat ton America Harris Miss Sallie Hayden sat ions they again repaired to the spa- Green Hatton Mrs J Schulyler Hannah cious church to hear the further inter- Â¬ Howard bailie A Hopiier Ira Jones td esting remarks offered by the pastor Johnson two J H Jotnson Miss Sallie In white and colored The best line we ever had and All was pleasant and Kindred Katie H Keller R B Kirk Rev Joe Ballew Miss Mary Larvi M R Taylor palrick at specially low special prices agreeable and the good people of that Joseph Lovett J H B Moon Lent community may rest assured that the Moon Mollie McClure rVilliam McCarty days work will redound to the glory anil John McKinnev MrsNannie G Norton Parks Lillian M honor of the Blessed Master They Miss Mable Bessie Parrish Miss Parks Every day has its special features at all times in every depart- Â¬ EB Robert Parks shouid feel proud of their success in Parks Martha Paraona H S Parrish Come any day any Daily changes of exceptional values ment bringing the people together to hear Bettie Pannell Chaa Rcnerch Lucy H will get special value for your money Strengs specials the good news concerning the richest Rice Kobins ein D F Shepherd Chas hour and you Shepherd Mrs Henrietta Keller Mrs gift of God JavKllEss are the talk of the town and county Do you want some of the Eliza Stephens Nancy Sewell Emanuel Smith Mav A Smith W T Smith Ida plumbs If so come early Yours for special low prices VV D Smith Mrs William B Smith p Thomas Taylor Emma L Hall W The tie inspector will be here Juue 4 Poilv Tu or Ophelia Turner D S Hiram Shropshire caught an eighteen Wagers Miss Nettie Winner Mrs Rinda two Jane Williams R T Williams inch bass iu lied Lick Wilber Lizzie B Williams Mis Sallie will have the Williams Mrs Nannie White Col Dr James J D F White Cnristia Yate 13 3 well clear iu week ROC NO TRIP ONE DOLLAR Those who have not tickets can pur chase same on train G W LYNE G N MILES Managers 50 gl Â¬ td LOOK HERE Strengs Special EVERYBODY I invested a Sale of Kid Gloves Â¬ large amount of money in AND JJ MENS YOUTHS CHILDRENS Â¬ Â¬ CL0TNIN6 Also Shoes Sli pers Dry Goods c just the week before my saw mtlr burned I am needing money now and will sell Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Towels Â¬ Â¬ thee goods REGARDLESS Of COST Coie and see them I keep a large stock of Groceries Hardware Tinware and everything usually kept in a first class general Country merchandise store Produce in exchange at the highest mar- Â¬ ket price Thanking mv friends for past favors and soliciting same in future I am yours for low prices - Strengs Special Sale of Shirt Waists rt 48- - F WHARTON VALLEY VIEW KY Â¬ MONEY TO LOAN On easy terms on farm and city property Apply to J Reid Corneliaon office with S D Parrish Climax building Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Carpets and Mattings Richmond K 48 Â¬ Bloodhounds Wanted FISCAL COURT ORDER 100 be appropriated to be applied to the purchase of two bloodhounds and J W Bales Joe Death erage and Green B Million be and are hereby appointed a committee to negotiate for the purchase of said bloodhounds and said hounds are not to be purchased until said committee have contracted with some responsible man to keep said dogs without expense to the county said custodian and keeper of said dogs to rective as compen- Â¬ sation whatever he can get for the service of said dogs and he shall not charge for the use of said dog exceeding five dollars when used in the count of Madison and this charge to be paid by the party engaging the service of said dogs and in no event is the county to sustain any ex Â¬ pense because of said dogs It is ordered that LIST OF LETTERS Strengs Special 1 Sale of Clothing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Mens and Boys Shirts Are you in it in it Powell insurance Turlev If not get 31 ttt inu I HJ STRENG A Virgina SeaJre Party The Eckert Stewart personally conduc ted tour to the seashore will leave Cin- Â¬ O Ry at cinnati on tlie F F V C 12 noon ttth Luncheon will be June served immediately on leaving and sapper will also be taken in the dining cars foe A stop will be which this line is famous made at Richmond lor a carriage drive to points of interest after which the party will go to Old Point to sail fish dance and enjoy life for eight days at the Hy geia Thence by boat on the Chesapeake Bay and Potomac River to Washington where a delightful drive about the natkwi a apital will be tnjoyed returning home from Washington direct The ticke For programs include all the expenses and lull information address C- B i A G P A Cincinnati Â¬ - A OUR CLOTHING IS N DEPARTMENT BOYS WORST FoK And we are at all time offering EXTRA INDUCEMENTS carry many different grade and our men good FULL BLAST in Clothing will fit nd my boy where your girl cant go Thereno danger for boy you know And m Because they all have their wild oats to sow There is no more excuse for my boy to be low Than your girl Then please do not tell him so This wo Ids old lie is a bos s worst foe To hell or the kingdom they each must go my boy where your girl cant go For a boy or a girl sin is sm you know And m baby boys hands are as clean and white And his heart is as pure as your girls to night That which sends a girl to the pits of hell Will send the soul of my boy there as well Womans Voice A Dont send We LONG MEN SHORT MEN and STOUT MEN We will give you a better quality of goods than you can get elsewhere for the came money and besides give vou a perfect fit Our method of buying an l oui We continue to offer MJ ICK SMALL PROFIT does the work POEM FROM BIBLE TEX 1 Special Inducements in MATTING WINDOW SHADES at 1 OIL CLOTHS and CARPETS so Bolts Matting Floor Oil Cloh mcIi Tabic Oil Cloth Window Shades Complete Our Stack of ct per yard 20 cts per yard Ij with Spring Rollers cts per yard 10 cts Cling to the Mighty On- e- IV xxxix 19 Cling to thy grief Heh xii 11 Cling to tlif Holv ne -- Heli vii 11 lie irives relief IV cxvi t Cing ti the iraciims hie IV cxvi 5 IV iv 4 Cling in thy pain I Then 1 Cling tu the Faithful One IV iv Mr will sustain Cling to the Living One lleh vii 2 IV vxxvi 7 Cling in tliv woe Cling to the Loving One John iv Iti Rom vii SMB Through all lielow Cling to the lariliningOne John xiv He seakttli peaec lohn xiv Ex xv Cling to to the Healing hie Anguish shall cease IV cxvii 87 Cling to the Heeding hie John ii Cling tn His side -- John xx L7 Cling to the Risen One Rom vi 9 In Him abide John xv 4 Cling to the Coming One Rev xxii Hope shall arise Titus ii ii Clin M the Reigning hie - IV xcvii Joy lights tiune eyes IV xvi Ex I Straw Hats p Large Hickjr With A k MC lhein tviri No trouble HaK ct dollar purchase ak for o r to show card ELDERS BARGAIN STORE iSS-isvsw-vvv- ZooLooiCAL RHYMES MSvvvkwv vvw k vw wivkyvv wssww vvivwiv vvwv y DO YOU WANT A t4 WAGON SELL AS l THAN KVKi BEFORE WE HAVE KK MANY ASH WK AUK AFTEK i UK CAN LOWER J 1 - M II KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS Jno0gKnV- Vt VWWWl UVSV VVV s -- vv vV sssvssvvwvswvvvsvvswu JCVs SSSf WVVKMUVVVWUSK SVvVW w I e CURES Colic Cramps Nausea Changes of Water Etc 0 m Diarrnaea Flux Cholera Morbus LIGHTNING HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLO hd 50c Peh Bcnu Mo Relief Ho IWVWV Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Pat Bies of Animals and Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches HEALS Sold Ehcktwhcke 25 ii 4 0 oc sue contains two and one half times as much as asc bottle HERB MfcDJCINt CO SPRINGFIELD I eorrenpoodent writes atnuuj Mm tnlhininn rhymes together to tickle the cai of my little bora four nl six years old Thev tease their inaniina to read it over and over Benin and then feteh the liij illustrated ilirtionarv to Miint out the funny animals with such etranjff eenate and tell what she can about them This fancy for rhvine and rhythm is I enppoec a characteristic of nearly all children and perhaps the pub Â¬ lication oftlcsttiil amuse a wider circle than my little household The aim has been after en phony to here the must incoaeraoaa animals in jaxtapoaitioo Alligator IVetle Pbrrnpine Whale Bobolink Panther DraeonCr flmail Crocodile Monkey Boflalo Hare Hroiiieiiary leoiard Mud turtle Bear x Elephant Iiadr Pelicmi Flying fish Reindeer Annaconda Fox tiuineapig Dolphin Antelope Gooae Ilumuiinii liiril Weasel Pickerel MlWIi IIm x Bhiooeeroa wl Kangaroo Jackal Opoanun Toad Cockatoo KniLtishcr Peacock Ant eater Rat liard lchnennon Honey bee Rat Hockingbird amcl iraasbopper Mouse Nightingale Spider Cuttlefish I ironed ocelot Pbeanaat Wolrerine Auk Periwinkle Ermine Katydid Hawk laail Hippopotamne iiiaamlilln Moth Rattlesnake Lion IVoodpecker Sloth Salamander Gokifineh Anglewuriu Dog Tiger Flamingo Scorpion Frog Iiiiccirn Ostrich Nautilus Mule iier iorilla Basilisk Sole VVhippoorwill Beaver Centipede Fawn Xanthn anary Polliwog Swan Yellow liaiiimcr Eagle Hyena lirk Zebra Chaaseteon Battorfly shaik -- Lx A UNCLE SAMS UKEENBACKS HOW THEV IF kK K MADE llNs lH TO 1AKKN INI HUM IliKi lliK KN col IN Kl R 11 V ix- VI- - X- - 17 ini l 111 HUM - Ul MilXullIV 23 90 109 lit ici iinmkxt I a WHAT DOES IT MEAN It maa latwu t fnl Uinw CrMcnt Rnt if r n ri4 milr i i Wtt ahurt t Aliitj - SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS nude a I L O arl t7 u r nwtt i Ui -- in - vUuii in W C Gen I IIKAlX r Atfcul C ai innati ROUTE ife QUEEN AND CRESCENT Come In Farmers WE WILL sMOW J vou The Best Corn Planters X the Best Cultivators inter and Cultivator that mean MORE CORN LESS WORK AM MORI MONEY That these Planters and Cultivators are better than others all farmers It you cant come i drop ua a send vou circulars and catalogue No honest man disputes the right of the government to maintain its monopoly of the business of manufacturing paper money In order t ltwit the counter- teders the greatest care is necessary In the first place the pecnliai paper em ployed which is made of silk liber and has threads of colored Bilk embedded in in only lie made under strictest mpetvishm of the agents of the Treasury Department If a private individual sIk uld be fou m I in possession of even a small piece of imprinted paper be would he liable to twenty years imprisonment at hard labor in addition to the payment of a line of om The sheets are counted scores of times from the time that they leave the paper mill at Springfield Mass until they are ready for circulation and each person through rthose hands they pass gives a receipt for the quantity received and is held strictly responsible lor the safety of his charge In the matter of engrat ins every possible precaution is taken to prevent fraud and the resources of the art are retorted produce designs which can not be Occasionally copied workmen have been detected in the practice of making duplicate plates one for the government and the other for private use hut such Â¬ Â¬ 1 u We will write you all about them am SHACKELFORD 3736 GENTRY THE practice has been always most emphatically frowned upon when discovered The work upon each bill is subdivided among so many employees at present that it is not thought Missihle for any workman to obtain an entire plate When the designs for the fronts and backs of the bills are decided upon the work for the ditierent sections is divided among the various ei gravers far in stance one man will be given the por- Â¬ Â¬ BLUE GRASS HERD OK P - w BREEDERS WERE SBLECTED PROM THE BEST HERDS of this famous breed of hog in several States A splendid lot ol niea for sale from registered stock SATISFACTION GUARANTEED iniiini uliinwl Address mi trait another the border line another the lettering and still another the scroll work Kach man ocepting the one that does the scroll work patiently n produces uion a plate of sof steel the part of the design given him The work is wholly hand lalxir each dot and line being carefully cut with sharp Hinted -- chisels 01 cravats1 f 3 R H BRONAUGH j Crab Orchard Ky I RICHMONDSTEAM LHUNDRYI PATRONIZE HOKE INDUSTRIES I I Real Estate FOR SALE Work done promptly and A as well as anv other Laundry y in the Country PRICES NO HIGHER Stand bv Home People and they will stand by you I W I g OUT OF TOWN WORK Ij SOLICITIEDI The house and lot in Irvine Kv known as the Riddell house A lovelj situation and going at a btrgain Ten thousand acre mineral ano timber lands on Station Camp and its tributaries Contains over thiee feet fine cannel coal 40 inches block coal and immense quantities of hard wood and timber g poplar Four hundred acres coa1 and timber lands on the waters of Sturgeon Creek Iee count v Kv at a bargain House and thirteen acres of land 4 at Millers Creek Kv The R N I i B depot will be located on tnis when the P road s extended Thne hundred acre at Kings Sta tion on R N I A RR Potters clav and clav for encaustic tiling abund ant on this land A bargain ottered Station and post office estab ished Many addtional tracts which we ofier I cheap S F ROCK Climax office Rm limouu Kv I I I The scroll work is done with a machine called a lathe This machine works upon the principle of the pantagmph which is used in copying pictures The design for the scroll is made tion a large anafa and this fa fallowed by the end ot aVfl long arm of the lever The short end of the lever carries a cutting tool which repnxluces the design in the piojier anafa upon the onHnary soft steel plate When all of the parts of the de sign are completed and turned in they are tempered or hardened and are then passed beneath a roller aj sott steel under great pressure The designs are thus transferred to the roller one at a time and joined together in their proper order so that when completed the roller will have the complete design for one side of the bill but eveiy cut in the line of the original design appears ai a projection and vice versa In other words the roller represents an intaglio impression el the design This roller is in turn tempered and the hardest part of the work is accomplished From this roller as many printing plate as may be demand can lie made The steel plates are first softened then paaaed beneath the intaglio roller and then tempered When the plate lias has been worn smooth it cab he agaiu softened and passed under the roller Each plate prints four bills and frequently as many as eigthty or a hundred plates Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ countrv I asked Then what can we do Why goon and coin what silver we au uatit nr lnrl tl oul lrtiic ii tillV it at 4 cents on the dollar and put it out at 100 cents with gold under it Thats all the binietalism we can ever have in this or any other country corners After reaching the Treasury Eli Pkhkixs building proper they receive the lina impression which is the red seal of the KENTECKY RIVER IMPROVE Treasury of the tinted States and are MENTS cut apart Not until the seal is imprinted can they lie used as money A Frankfort special to the Evening The routine work of the plate engraver Post has the following to say with referis so different from that of the ordinary ence to the slow progress made by the printer particularly in so far as pro Enited States Government on the work ducing money is concerned that it is of constructing locks and dams on the worthy of special mention but as Bad Kentucky river More in this line would yard Kipling aaya that is another story not be amiss The people living in the Congressional Histncts through which SIMMER BEVERAGES the river runs should continually agitate the subject and it would lie advisable to OOOH AXI1 KHilIXi UlllXKs KOK THE call a meeting of representative people hkatkii reason interested in the improvement aud pub- Â¬ licly discuss the matter and emphasize to I KMox SHEKIUTT to their representatives their wishes At Take four lemons two oranges six the rate of progress made one lock 11 tablespoonfuls sugar three pints water fourteen years it will take a hundred Let the squeeze the lemon and orange juice upon years to complete the work the sugar let it stand five minutes add papers take the case in hand and bring water and ice stir well and serve a it prominently before the people The river people here are complainforge allowance of sugar can lie made for ing of the great loss of time by the those who like sweet drinks ret tape in preparing for the work of STRAWHEKKY SHKK11KT constructing lock No 7 at High Bridge Four lemons a half pint of strawberry on the Kentucky river Thev say the juice or a gill ol strawberry syrup six Government has had about S 00000 to tablespoonfuls sugar one quart of water the fund for the lock for over a vear let this stand on ice ai hour before using and yet because of the slow proi add to it at last a handful of small rijie the court in eondeming the site for the strawberries lock the summer may pass before the MM II IAKKT rrxt II department is ready to begin woik foe quart iced water one quart claret The Enited Stales Government has trto slices pineapple cut into dice one had charge of this river since lssO and sliced banana two oranges peeled sliced besides repairing live links has only and seeded half pint straw iicrries half constriiced one new link and din pint red rasplierries three lemona neefad How long at that rate say the rier sliced and seeded one cup granulated men will it take to reach the Three sugar put together the lemons oranges Forks Weather clear and pleasant one slice of pineapple and half of the berries and strew them with sugar Let EDUCATIONAL them stand half an hour at least Ex press all the juice from them and put The following were the fifteen ai pli- this with the claret and iced water Add ints for positions in the Caldwell High the remainder of the cut up pineapple School in the competitive examination the banana and the berri n and serve of last Friday and Saturday Misses Es tell Walker Maggie Powers Nannie aauntUi count an Harcourt Beanie Dudley lane Ford Halt pint good sherrv four slices pineapple cut into dice one lemon and one Winnie Maupin Mary Morrow Gentry Alice Arnold Ruth row Mrs orange both sliced thin eight taliles Betts Messrs R fuls siijrjir pounded ice and iced water at W H Miller discretion Pfaea the fruit in a liowl Ee Havis J B Harris II H Brock who has had strew with the sugar and a little ice and Miss Mary Campbell in ten minutes add a pant of water Stir charge of the primary grade has on ac well put in the wine and more crushed C unit of illness resigned her position ice an add water with judgement The for the remainder of this term and she cobbler should be poured into glasses full nor Miss Mamie Baldwin will be appliof finely enukedjee and imbibed through cants for next term a straw The first examination of teachers wil in KitKiuiY conn iL occur on Friday and Saturday June 7 One quart brandy two quarts blackand s Colored the following Friday berry juice two pounds white sugar one and Saturday The examinations will ounce each powdered all spice and cloves be more rigid this year than ever before Boil the jii and brandy and the spices the object being to elevate the standard these tie up in thin muslin bags of the teacher Every one contemplat Â¬ fifteen niinuies Take from the fire add ing taking this examination should be the brandy an when cold strain bottle thoroughly prepared and seal This is a good cordial for use ill sickness The colored school of Richmond closed III NT slllll a last Friday with appropriate exercfoaa Heat red currants until the juice runs The address to the graduates was delivfreely squeeze the fruit and to each ered by R W Fletcher A P Uucas quart of the liquid allow three quarters ter Ky w of a pound of augur and one quart of the Many will regret to ham that A L best brandy or of jok1 Jamaica rum Peteiman editor of the Southern Stir the juice and sugar until the latter is dissolved and when the mixture is cold School and one of the most popular inadd the liquor strain bottle and seal stitute conductors in the State has de cided to give up institute work and A little mixed with iced water is an exdevote his time to the journal Mr Pe cellent summer drink teraaaa has held two of the best institutes IIKKIlV sllill n ever held in this county and is a general Stem morrello or sour red cherries and favorite ot the teachers in this locality put them in an earthenware crock Set It is hoped that he will have opportunity this in a large pot ot boiling water and and inclination to visit our next institute let this cook for some hours stirring and a breaking the cherries from time to time Miss Margaret Tudor who is teaching with a wooden paddle None of the at Cottonburgh in the western part of water must get into the cherries When the county will exhibit at the State flows freely turn the fruit a the juice Teachera Association as a specimen of a small quantity at a time into a thick her pupils work a map of Kentucky jelly bag and squeeze out the juice It made of cement This map is said to be must be free troin pulp To each pint of almost perfect and as a icpresentative ot the juice add a pound of sugar and let it work w ill reflect credit on both teacher stand stirring constantly until it is and pupils thoroughly dissolved To each pint of the sugar add a tablespoonful of liest Miss Alice Arnold is just closing her brandy bottle and seal This is used second school in the Brookstown district like currant shrub The Capital She has made many friends in this lo cility on account of her able and pro- Â¬ PERKINS ON COIN ficient work Miss Arnold also has a nice selection of her pupils drawings ran ioinmk hoi in UAMKurrr the which she will exhibit at the State AsXITKIl STATES IN WEEK sociation Heiiv Mo April 11 LITERARY NOTES Editor ChattaiKKiga Timi Coming from Boise Citv to Helena the n ursa a w eekiy two silver cities to day 1 cut this from the Idaho Statesman Some of the special features announced The Chattanooga Times wants to far publication during May in Harpers have Coin burned by the hangman and Weekly are A double page illustration its author put in the stocks by Rnfus F Zogbauni of the Naval Bat-Â¬ I congratulate the Times on being pa- Â¬ tle of Luxurious Yachting triotic and sound How long ago was it with front and double page illustrations that our Democratic party demanded the by Thulstrup - the article by WJ Hen repeal of Shermans restricted coinage derson Ancient New York Market bill We said it was ruining the coun Rights by Julian Ralph chapteis in a try And now presto change we jump new department entitled Life and Italian up and demand free coinage to make us by William Dean Howells Diamond prosperous - We repealed the only Cutting in America Soldiers Homes a chance we had of binietalism profusely illustrated supplement for Have we leen logical Decoration Day and in the department of sport The Development of the AmaU T THE Ml NEKS SAY To day I talked with the biggest silver teur Pitcher by J A Tyng Bicycling miner in Montana When I asked him Among the Fashionables Bicycling in War etc if his mine was paying he said No it is not Ive got 000000 in HARPERS 11AZ 111 that mine I am jiiFt paving eapenaaa Harpers Bazar will during the month I cant afford to mine a piece of silver as of May publish very elegant fashion de- Â¬ big as our dollar for 17 cents signs appropriate to the season The How would you like free coinage 1 Worth toilettes are both elaborate and asked simple and include beautiful calling and Splendid he exclaimed his eyes reception gowns house dresses and brightening It would make me a mill- dainty effects in costume for the early ionaire in three years It would double summer Among literary features will the price of silver lie stories by Maria Louise Pool and Would you increase your mine I Dultield Osborne practical series by a asked practical housekeeper on Laundry Wort Yes Id put 1000 men where there a paper on Breathing by Lillie Hamil are VK now Id rush silver to the mint ton French who is agaiu at home and and get gold put under it as fast as I having concluded bar Mediterranean could notes will give us Mrs Van Twillers Would vou open new mines agreeable afternoons in New York once No mining is uncertain But Id do more and Spectator always popular and something better Id go to Mexico and suggestive will write of The Domestic buy a train load of their 47 eent dollars Problem of Visiting and of How to En- Â¬ take them to our mint and double on tertain Visitors them Ed send to China India Japan HutiEit iV Brothers Publishers and South America and get more com- New York April 30 ItHn mercial silver The half civilized nations o the world with a population of lOO Waxteh Four hundred subscribers 000000 have 4 300000000 worth of de- for The Cosmopolitan a live agent can based silver make a good commission Call at Cu But could our government nag gold max office under all the debased silver in the world My stock of carriages buggies I asked c Could she exclaimed the miner is the handsomest and most stylish in the Could she Why no If our gov country Give me a call Richmond Carriage Works ernment attempted free coinage she s L Midkiff Proprietor would be bankrupted in an hour The 39 whole world would unload on her Persons desiring to construct wire There is coin fiat silver money among the civilized nations to the amount of and slat fence will do well to consult the 4700000000 The United States has editor of the Climax before buying else where He has a large quantity on 500000000 Prance 800000000 etc hands at a bargain etc hut there is besides lL7o000000 of worth uncoined commercial silver Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder held by civilized nations and 4000000- Worlds Fair Highest Award v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ of each denomination will be in use at the same time Rollers of this character have been known to reproduce the de npon as many as ten thousand plates before wearing out The backs ol the bill8are printed in one operation in green ink then after being dried the faces are printed in black Before leaving the Bureau of Engraving and Printing the bills are numbered in blue in the upper right hand and lower left hand 000 worth of debased silver 47 centi silver in the uncivilized countries The free coinage men would destroy the wfrMftfnltfli to you as I feel that It saved me from a life of untold agonv and shall take pleasure in speiliini only words S5 of praise fur the wonderfulall mecicine and in recommending it to Miss Delia Stevens of Boston Mass I have always aunereu Iroui writes hereditary Scrofula for which I tried and many reliable various remedies physicians but none relieved me After tailing B iouie3 0i I I am now well km very grateful Smi Eras QA m The Spring Campaign Against R N I B R R High Prices IN Time Table No feet May EASTBOrM 24 In Ef 12 1895 2NHCLA5 1ST CLASS No j Ex Sun Ex Su 10 11 11 SHOES SLIPPERS S Trpatiw Z9i W nu Kln niail on Blood fiwusea fr 3 fii SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Cured i dw 1 nmnmnaamfBrT s HATS CAPS Valley View Million Versatile Nicholasville u P 12 12 17 to 32 45 M 8 55 10 12 8 12 8 30 11 IO mr ATLANTA GENTS FURNISHINGS and Has begun at A Richmond Unnn BfaUUtfieM m 02 14 12 30 pm 17 12 30 1 OO Irvine WEST co a 00 BRIDGEFORDS r - a WALLACE RICES LINE OF ECONOMIST RANGE SEE THEM EXAMINE THEM PURCHASE THEM Irvine Panuli Moherly r m WE HAVE RECEIVEDTHE LARGEST ANT MOST COUPLET Misses Gents Boys and Childrens Ladiea Our stock alwavs beauiilul K this season be Ever brought to Richmond lo v are thU seaOur prices alwa ond comparison in stvle anil varietv son lower than ever are in fact GENUINE HARD TIME PRICES We have the prettiet line ol SHOES Â¬ o Vitw 20 5 00 A M Trains between I TAN SHOES AND OXFORDS P VHunwannuuuuuuuum i I Qai anal In the market at prices that will astonish you Inder no circumatanec We have inshould ou buv elsewhf re until iou have inspected our stock augurated a BARGAIN TABLE upon which will be iKaphwed broken and odds and ends in Shoes Slippers Hats Capa and Furnishing Goods These good are worth mud and other things too numerous la mention more than vou pav lor them and vou will do yOuraeH an injuMicc b not Call earh and get first choice Yours fcc lor good goods taking a look at low prices any W t C H BROWS ADAMS KENTUCKY MIDLAND RY Ay WALLACE MR N V RICE ONLY DIRECT LINE 56 Sold in Richmond Direct from the East WHITE has just it turned from New York having bought a full line of Woolen ind Wash Dreaa Kabrica Ol the newest and latest patterns There are Smokev Organdies dapped in white and chillv blues ginghams running from cold gray Mcrch to scarlet July in hued trills batistes circus jiellow and violet fawns lin- Â¬ ens and muslins pink as azaleas or barred in peppermint stripe piques that charm theees of the dainty misses and make them long for sum mer plaid madras and corn pale embroidered swiss and at lat the novelties of the season cotton crepons whose crinked surface- - colored or white are strewn with flowers in their natural tints Also silk ginghams of the most beautiful texture for making fancy waists Ciieiiioali mil FrankfuH Frankfort Georgetown and p CLAUDE SMITH Dealers in 36 35 J CO Carlisle Maysville Cynthiana Falmouth and Covington k KOK Hardware and Tinware TICKETS MV K MWlWU PATENTS Caveat and Trademarks obtainel and all patent btisine- - conducted for Moder ate Eees Mv office is in the immediate vicinity ot the Patent Office and mv facilities for t ecuring patents are unsurpass Send model sketch drawing or pho ed tograpli with description and statement as to advantages claimed No chaise is made for an opinion as to patentability and my fee for prosecut ng the application will not be called for until the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled Inventors Guide containing full information furnished Address iree A Ful Line of Ladies Misses but new All kinds of Childrens Hose ft At prices to suit the buier Our stock ot corsets is not to be HUrpaaaed this side of Cincinnati Besides we have in lock extra side stie- - side shields and celluloid protectors for the front that make an od corset all H DOMESTICS 7SND LINENS With embroderies an laces suitable for making and trimming under- Â¬ wear A full assortment of novelties in ribbons buckles hair ins curling tongs face veils in fact everything that enhances and ma more attractive IS Da wn l IO 24 ir Franklin H H titiii 915 F street Washington IJ C Menion this paper 2 2 IOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALIT A Â¬ WGRMS For the house wies we have a full assortment of oil cloth- - mattings carpets and rugs window curtains cotton iwid linen sheetings towels BEAUTIFUL WOMAN I I OO CI Â¬ vermifuge FOR SO YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies flrVTnrEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 MILD BY ALL IIUKGSSTS IVrr Ir BKlltRnsnX 1HIII 1K lil ST oris - WHITES CREAM table linen and naperv We also keep Brainerd V Armstrongs wash silks and filo at 40 cents a dozer or fo r cents a skein Indeed e ery thing that COmprwc a good line of Dry Good can he found at the corner where rou are welcome eaF WE ARE AGENTS KOR BCTTERICKS PATTERNS KENTUCKY CENTRAL R BLUE GRASS ROUTE WHITE GIBSON Shortest and Quickest Route from C Kentucky to All Points iWe Employ I Young I H distribute I ments in part Daroent fnrahmti irracie Aeme tblCTcle wlneb we seid theui n i npjval Noj t work dime untu the bicycle arrives and proves j AD Smith Haviag repiealsbed kia stock ofgroeerim with new ami fmi goods will continue bmaeuu at the OLD STAND at the corner ot Main and H streets He propones not to be undersold by an y one FOB CASH He iavhes the iti nens of Madison county and Richmond t give him a fair trial Free delivery of goods to all parts of the citv 38- - and South west Through train service between Cincin nati Middlesborough k and Knoxville Tenn and Points on L Srk NRR Kffect No l QfQ I Men aalf am 111 IS5 I meudetl If boysorirls apply they must be well reoom Write for particulars Young Ladies ELKHART VSSZtSSr ALSO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOUR OBELISK asJa5 TAYLOR BROS Deaers in OUTH BOrNLi KxjresH S 11 Daily Pa ly m ACME CYCLE COnPANY IND 39 tve Cincinnati YELLOW Lve Lt Lve An Lexington At iaris rr Winctoater Lve Berea Arr fiiTiiaCiilon Lve Li v illusion Lve Lou Ion Lve Oaf bin Lve BarbYville Lve Pineviil lve MMUleab rr CninM linn tynthixna rr Pans nvinkjtoii Kalmout n 819 am 948 a m 1043 1118 a m iaio n n m 1125 1210 n n 12 r55 pn 803 p 10 15 m 950 pin pir 50 p m 1055 P ni 1025 p m 6 10 COAL TAH Is excellent for painting other outside buildings THE RICHMOND WATER HKR DWKR Tinware E PINE FLOORING AND Art Kicnnoiiil LveKicli moml Lve WiuchWatar ii 115 142 v roofs barns and Kor sale bv S LiGHT COMPANY u Stces Arr 01 tin 240 310 352 445 p 4 45 P 1053 2 m p m 1143 pm p m 1143 P m p m 12 07 a m pm 105 a m p m 125 a m p m 117 am m 3o- pni pa 46 6 A large stock kept constantly on hand 530 p m 600 p m 640 p m P 550 p m 45 310 am 310 a m m 430 a 5 5 m n m WANTED IT KNOWN From the liberal patronage I received last lear I hate been induce I to rent for another ear the llarrv Wikes Driving Park 1 have the best track in the county on which to train light harness horses and I humbly asK for mv share of the patronage of mv friends Mv terms are reasonable Having had t years experience in driving and breaking horses I feel that 1 can give satistaction in what you entiust I to me S WILCOX Moberlv Madison count Kv 42 2 FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural plements of all kinds Im- CEILING Poplar Weatherboarding J mi iMp Lve Corbin Lve Wlinamaabg Arr JrlliC Arr Knoxville fr Rowl tiid Arr H ford 11 Wei-hai-w- BUILDERS We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need We make specialties of TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING 40 26 LODGE Lve Kh liriHiMl 630 p m 800 a m 123 pm pm 4No 2 300 a 358 a 425 Â¬ Â¬ Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles NORTH Lv BUINI Dally Ex Sun Daily ana 8 10 72 No 4 Daily Rowlamt Arr Richmond KHXV iUh j am a pm - Framing Lumber DIRECTORY Doors Lve Lve Lve 11 Â¬ CLUB RATES 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 subscriptions each paying one year in advance The The The The The Weekly Courier Journal Cincinnati Fiuinrer Southern Mazine Cosmopolitan Womans Health Journal Twice-a-Wee- Windows All First Class KIS Richmond Lodge No j meets second and fourth Tueslas in each month S P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith Lve ville Arr Corbin Lve Lve Plnavtll ielleo Wllltamabl Mr Ciirhin Lve Cnmd iiip Lve Miiidle hli Ismloi Here 1110 p 1138 p m 5 r- il -a z 8 1001 p m 1140 p 1220 a 108 a 200 a m m m 9 00 a in Secretary Arr LlMnisHtnu Lve Iiviiigxtoti Arr Krhmonil Lve Rlchiiiimil Arr Wiiieliesier Lve Winchester Arr Pns I ve lf iiiiuihi Lve Purls Lve rr 12 - Â¬ tf IRY Fresh Meats US Richmond Roval Arch Chapter No 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sell at reasonable prices You can always obtain value received for your money with us Your orders delivered any place within the oorporaxioa Â¬ John IJ Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Union Citv meets second Saturday in every month John IJ Hamilton W M lohn L Griggs Secretary IJaniel Boone Lodge No Boones borough meets third Saturday in every month Wm Bennett W M S Old ham Secretary Berea Lodge No 617 meets the first Saturday in each month at 7 oclock p m E L Robinson Secretary E T Fishj Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lexington ParK Arr Mtlleotbuiic CarlUle Johnson Maysville M M 14 a a a at a a a 7 37 P isiat Near K 0 Depot Lve fhl TH BOHND Kx Sun Dally a a a a a No Ii Kisu 145 rmily D ARE YOL Master Â¬ oF Madison Lodge No 14 meets every Monday at their hall on Main street R C Kirby N G S H Thorpe V G F razee Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets every first and third Thurvlai n Odd Fellows Mall on Main street Richm nd LZ Taylor C P L Frazee Scribe I O Making the Most of Yourself awak n yui 10 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