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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vf TcD lL VOLUME VIII Broaddus John I fj Best James I M Burton Hobt I ilward 4 so Black 4 in RICHMOND 1 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 2 00 1 IiIS Carpenter Andrew 00 Crawford I WEDNESDAY JUNE 51895 Hit 10 i 1 8 Mj Feriill tin X4 1 J NUMBER 9 05 M 1J5 52 M 2 INI LIST CLAIMS The following claims having been alii wed by th- - IMfan County Fiscal n- i iKtolr November and le vmlier term 1W4 and May term line if ordered to be oertitied for publication anil to the Sheriff of said nasty for payment and are as follows A- - Baler Win H road claim Bonnv Bafatat Bruce Zens Bnnnv James Brooks Chas Brooks James Brooks Tom 00 sn so sn sn SO sit Bellemy John IS M 4 so Brother ton Tom Brotherton Hobt Bonny lames Barry Ale Hlevins Bolder its so 4 fj II M - If thas 9 19 9 Lo Hrumback Frank afcaoMafce lames Baiter Horn Brookshire WW M 2M M 2 On Burton ieo Burton Arthur Broaddus Morton Burton lug Baaatajr Gaa Broadiltis John Brattoa James Barnes lames Bush 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70 70 2 2n 1 00 aj 441 Flynn Ralph Foster Dr I M HI Frazee Dr LJ jail physician M Fox C T juror HI 3 2n Gill Allen HI 24 day ieorge 100 XI iriggs James 2 IHI Iriggs D C XM1 HI si Holland Isaac Hazel wood Frank Herd 97 M Holland Mat Huguely Alfred Hill Reuben Holland Tiee Hendren J M Hearn Thomas Hearn Tim Harris Jerry Hockaday Walter Hudson John Hawkins John Harrison Levi Hart A C Hobbs lewis Hearce William Haxel wood James Hicks John Harrison T J Higgtnootharu William Haley Isaac Henlet Mose ibotham Smith Hewlet I K Hudson Jas II- 1 OO 1 10 1 4 1 OO 4 HI id T I 2 00 4 40 Dr L I Frazee Dr LJ conveying pau- e Green Lord as hn peis M Fish KT Farley Bros ins M Kl ti m fkeeafc ft i 331 THE CLIMAX PDIUSUIU BVKKY VIDISBSAT WINYKUTKl HIM BT The Climax Printing FRENCH 1 Co Tin ON - I ARM Kit Edit ir Manages YKAU PRICE IER 150 c ADVEETISISTG RATES C -C-v space Z r 5 OO 3 s I 7 12 I - f 7 t OO 5 5 OO 3 50 ooi or it 15 50 4 5 6 - ck 00 2 IO OO 00 17 75 00 z 5c 34 50 or 19 23 27 40 50 60 00 00 00 00 o 00 00 00 oof 12 17 13 28 34 40 50 25 75 50 OO OO 60 OO So 00 I read your article last week on Free Turnpikes said a prosperous farmer of this countv and it turned me in favor of the scheme That was uot the intention 01 the eflort we remarked Thats all true lie replied hut you aee I take a selfish view of the case I am not looking to the greatest good for the greatest number of people but considering my own profit How is that we asked Why said he I live on a dirt road I dont feel able to give several hundred dollars to help build a pike but I do feel able to pay along with everybodv else in the i ounty to help build me a pike if everybody Hut we suggested tMiiiielled to pay taxes to build every hody in the county a pike the result will lie alxmt the same as if vou and your neighbors built your own roads Â¬ 00 e foe each addittoaal insert i its- similar tf n mat--- - MIK i fftilfft every four weeks mi urn M n re- of the but as ANNOUNCEMENTS HON JOHN lnlit c of the 11 rHISAULl late yourselves That depends upon how much taxes we pay If we are small taxpayers and as a rule we are in our neighlior hood our total road taxes would not eijual the total of contributions necessary for us to make in building the road ourlarge You see he continued selves numliers of wealthy people and some not so wealthy already have pikes and would not want auv more so while they would have to help build us a road we would not have to help them The same mav tc said of the town and vilÂ¬ Â¬ lage Is eople m your selfish view the proei one to we asked WEDNESDAY Well no hanllv hut then you know we are inclined some times to consider iKititTiii ourselves out for the stun and not take I sever the broader and more correct view of the With this issue thr tliM with the as editor subject ier Do vou think a free pike protiosition I I Ariner the well kimwn jeweler M would carry in the county if submitted I will iii the ut lire- he the to we enquired the ieope at the kIIs manager I lelieve mid Kieiiih it would right now Titcm the he uld Ik- - the result next It - asetsai for me with said hut what is another my November after discussion inaiiiUnce with thing nnieiid t their Imoralile What effect would tree roads have k ration my s They are M asked rn to tod awl from their hih lib the i oiintrv stores would be inIn ins cannot fail to reeeive a lilieral jured and the town store- - Iicnetitted the long run the merchants in Rich ur patrol mond would lie gainers he confidently r k m take - Â¬ Â¬ X BBBBrted ndidatc carried iinty for the Legislature s and carried A rider weii nullities for tie- Then according to vour view of the we ipieried- - oiiiy the leople matter who live on pikes already built would le sutierers along with the county mer ehaamt tor of the air brake contemplates occu- Â¬ pying it the next year The widow of another distinguished man Mrs V S Grant has been spend- Â¬ ing the greater jiart of the winter in Washington and has been living with her daughter M rs Sartoris who occupies a leased house While Mrs Grants plans for the future have not been fully decided upon yet it is understood that she intends to make her permanent home here and has been looking around tor a suitable house It seems to lie now pret tv certain that Mrs Sartoris will marry again the fortunate man according to rumor being Geu Kyd Douglass of Maryland Whil Gen Douglass is a res- Â¬ ident of Marvland yet it is slated he will make his home here after his marriage As is well known the widow of General Ligim continued her residence in this city after her husbands death and she has always lieen an active and prominent figure in sxial and charitable cir- Â¬ cles Her home on the heigths overlooking the city is one of the points of in terest to visitors and those w ho gain ad Â¬ mission can examine the extensive collection which she has made of memen toes connected with the career of her distinguished husband I n fact she some time ago had au additon built to the house where there is a room with a lofty ceilinvr ami here are collected most of her precious relics The presence of these and other women who might be mentioned lend an additional interest to the society of the Nations Capital Another woman whose husband bore a prominent part in the late war and is regarded with affectionate interest is the widow of lieneral Bhi Sheridan It was here that General Mieridan had his home and it was here that he died Mrs Sheridan was left with quite a number of young children and the years of her widowhood are lieing passed in devoted attention to their training and education A great many heroes have been honor til hv monuments and arrangemedts has Ik ch K rfected for a statue to Gen Logan to Ik- placed in this citv The criticism is sometimes made that while this honor has lieen paid to men renowned in war those who have given their time and services to their country 111 other capacities have been neglected There are however in this city statues of Abraham Lincoln Chief Justice Marshall President Garfield and Prof Jo seph Henry It is not unlikely that in the near future steps will lie taken to do honor to the memory of James G Blaine the statesman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tatum W J Thompson Frank Taylor Thomas Terrill B S Turner W M Turner Jas Tankersly Ross Turner N B Tankersly Tom Tankersley Wm Tatum Wm 3 80 1 3 90 o QO 7 35 90 90 90 90 90 OO Tribble Howard Todd James SO So Watden Charley Wells William NVoods John Wells James Wells John Wells John Walden John Walden William Wells Robert R NVall John Wall Ed Woosley J H NVooslev John 4 So 3 75 4 80 2 2 NVilmore John 2 80 Walker J B Whitlock W M Whicher Jame White Irvine White Leroy 2 2 1 1 00 55 25 00 40 60 60 Wager W J Whitmore Henry Whitaker Rov NVhite J F 2 t 60 40 5 1 1 7 2 2 1 1 1 Terry John Temple Less Tudor James 1 80 10 2 1 f5 20 So Frank F Walden John NVoosley NVhite A 1 1 1 Turner SD Tudor Richard Tevis Roland Tudor N Tudor Kinch 80 80 So Walden NVilham NNoolery William NVoolam J NY NVoosley NVoosley NVooslev 2 1 1 John Thomp John Woosley Fran 1 1 1 60 60 NViiliams Price Wells A H 9 Sid 40 Warncutt West John 40 60 West George HC 20 Whitaker 60 Walker Shady 60 NValker William 60 Whitaker Sid NV B 60 NVhitaker Whitaker Lem 40 60 NVhitaker R A 60 NVhitaker William 60 Ward Calvin 60 60 William Bogie CMCCFB Weaver L A sheriff election So Willging Geo M 80 NVagers John F keeping prison80 er 80 Wager John F coal 60 Yun I R colli 40 Young Abner 4 Young John 40 Yojng John H So Young T S So York George So Yates William 1 19 95 2 00 92 Â¬ LAST MONTH lot of surprises and we gave them to you Also prom lseauuu mis intuitu nns wiiifl rivi vou still greater and when 11 J Streng says the word it is so We dont want th goods but it is the money we want ami n prices wnn bring it we will get it We promised you a 5 MJ5 to 350 00 2 40 80 80 80 1 60 4 2 2 40 70 7 20 20 2 Yates NVilliam Yates Taylor Yates Joe M NV NV 44 7 Busy Reapers Our Customers have been Our store has pro von i fertile field for buyers who have taken us at our word 4 80 1 Yates 20 Yate 65 L 2 o Turner J Te is Win Tussey Elijah Tussey John Tussey Frank 80 80 34 1 WarJ James NVard Allen 2 20 2 20 2 00 2 Turner Frank Turner Tom Turner Mike Tevis Walker Tevis Frank Taylor Frank Tussey Mat Turner E B Turner S N Turner Tom Turner John Turner Robert Tye Irvine Tevis Mat William W A 60 Walden NValter Wilson James 2 20 NViiliams A NV 2 80 2 So Webber G W 2 80 Wood C F 2 60 Wilson B F 2 40 NVilloughby Sam 2 40 Willoughbv T H 60 NVilloughby Clif 4 60 NVrightChas Talt I 60 NVilloughby I 60 Willoughbv A J NVooslev H K 1 60 1 23 1 60 Whitaker H C 1 60 i 60 NNalters Thomas 2 80 Warren George 3 3 1 1 1 West George West John Yates B L Yates Collins Yates Milton 6j 9 4 80 4 v 2o 2 20 3 S Young George Young Doug 75 Young Sam lave You Beet a Reaper Have vou -- 4 80 1 Warren Andy to Warren Irvine 60 20 75 75 Wheeler NViley 9 80 1 White Ad Jos Wiley A J Warren John C NVarren Thomas NVarren Perry NVarren William Wiley W J Williams Squire Warmouth Thomas NVhitaker Thomas Wheeler Emmett Wiley George T Willis John Warren Jesee NVhitaker lames NValker Lewi NValker Real White Robert NVitt 5 5 2 2 60 60 20 632 4 45 20 2 2 1 to 1 1 1 60 WebbG NVall Robt NVitt Millard 60 60 80 00 40 4 80 6 40 4 So 1 95 20 00 80 80 So So Tudor Nathan Tudor Elvada Thurman William Tudor D B Tay lor Alfied 1 40 Wall Robt Willoughbv John W NVm 1 Si Walden NVhite Sherley 7 7 7 1 1 NVoosley Taylor Woodson Teater Robt Teater George Teater J W Taylor Taylor Teater Taylor Taylor Wm James James Thomas Jas P R I s s So So John NVoosy Hesekiah NVilloughby Sam 1 60 60 80 60 60 40 40 So 39 75 I 60 I 1 Yates Horace 3 20 Young Charley 44 Young J R 23 Young John I No Young William IS 00 Young Douglas justice 6 00 Young Douglas committee 7324 To pay deficit to sheriff Read the nlc li t carefully To pay for keeping paupers by Here is another opportunity 1200 OO countv judge your friends aliout it To pav juror for quarterly court 200 00 Persons exonerated from paving pod tax for the balance of their lives Allen Noland col Richmond Henry Mill white Ed Fishback Every yard of Silk in the house either for Waist Dren 1 60 60 hared in the Haruest of Honest Goods - J Â¬ Strongs Special Sale of Silks or Trimmings must get out this nmnth 4 So 2 Winkler John Willoughbv Sam 2 2 2 3 Willoughby Clifton Voots Frank NVilson Jesse 1 1 80 6a 60 29 Whitaker Fount NVarren Rejben NVhite James 60 Harry Stone 00 Henry Irvine 40 Henry Kmbrv So Anderson Irvine So Green Pope Wallace Willis 5 NVm Grayson Sam Scrivner col To make them go we have marked them down fully 33 jmt cent 1 Richard Shearer 4 40 7 I 00 20 75 1 Teater Taylor Taylor Twine Twine Twine Taylor Tudor Hiram Allen June Wm 60 1 SB 32 White John Webb John Wagers Boyd Wagers Wm Wood NVm lumber 3 20 3 20 1 2 1 1 Warren Sam 60 NVhitaker Charles 60 Whitaker Real Willis Isaac Woods J NV Woods John Watts NVm 2 40 3 1 Tom 2 Some of them he continued some red Cincinnati on of them the heavv taxpayers and nos Tm - Ixiliirstreet ee sihlv the light ones two Do you think ten cents on the one Iliintiii ami half a dosed en route to Chicago hundred dollars would lie a sufficient tax to maintain a free ysteii ot pi i v II we finally wished to know of this frank iii denies the that he woiill not accept the ami intelligent tanner dilation for lovernor except on a No alioiit 30 to S cents Should the r plank T Wat isnt a miles Ik- - doubled and the tax fixed at ru fool forty cents on the hundred dollars I dont think it would Ik- - oppressive a York wants The Soiiml A DISMAL KAILI ICE a Mcmphi- - from in d A large iii want p44 aad Ilackburns Owenton speech which pnriKirts to be an answer to Secretary Carlisles gieat financial eft its at Cov tender at ington ami Memphis was nothing short UmI readily accct d of a downright ridlanac Five of the ilollar down Secretarys bmbJ prominent poimm were nalional hank Utterly ignored am let go without the ickel digues attempt at refutation The hit kcii- - pi friends uf free silver should find snlticieiit in that negligence of their orator to make them truly ashamed of bun and has turned over their knees to smite together lest there leimrtnienl for restoration he no answer to those five vital proposi land tions but when they think of the out pari hv orders of the rageously false statement that he made ItetBeen Kill ami ISVH for na- in reply to Carlisles assertion that free portion of the silver would drive the gold out of the the Suwanee river ami country they should draw on a solid the altiahle live utk veil an inch thick to conceal their ami pine on it at the uaiue time used ex- - iron chagrin With much pride and wind idmildin Tlie ihanj1 s i well-circulI Â¬ i Â¬ CUBE FOB SINSTHDKK Dud James I Tudor John Tudor Robt Tudor James D Turner Robt Turner Irvine 60 2 30 2 30 1 NVhite Abner NVhite Howard NVhite Garrett NValker Allie 31 5 48 4 10 4 So 4 So 2 00 2 00 1 George Bates Frank Clay David Christopher white Foxtown T C Robinson Arch Hicks Henry NVhite col Strengs Special Sale of Dress Goods Every dren pattern has had ike knife plunged in m deep into the price that they go this month fully per cent leas than the regular price Wiiburn Burgvne 1 1 20 5 White Dave Woolery W B Wilcox T J NVarner 1 S5 Curtis Tudor Ben In case of a sunstroke the first thing to Tudor Dan be done is to reduce the temperature of Taylor Speed of the victim This is usually done by Turner Y putting cracked ice around the head and Turner Cash rubbing his chest with very cold water I urner James Then he should Ik- - put under the care of Tndor Nat a phvsician as soon as ossihle Incase Tudor Jake you tind a man overcome by heat apply Tay lui leroy the ice and if the patient does not im- Taylor Leslie mediately recover have him sent to the Turpin J A justice hospital 111 an ambulance Arrived at the Turpin J A committee work hospital the victim on the stretcher is Tudoi Chas W ex county clerk hurried to the ice bath His Hesli is the Thorpe S II r for Levia Van winkle idiot color of a live coal and his temperature is probably 108 or 110 degrees Unless Taylor Drs and T B the teinerature can lie rapidly reÂ¬ Thorpe S H Jr F B duced he will die The attendants lift Thorpe S H Jr stationery into the bath tub half tilled with water Taylor Bros merchants Taylor Morgan and pack the big cakes of ice around him A piece ot ice is laid under his head and Teater Wm removing dead animal the attending physician injects whisky and btrychnine After a half hour the Talbert Wm road victims tenierature has fallen to some Tiilett Win where near the normal but he is very Til let t Rice If the ice plunge has not given Tribble D W weak him pneumonia and if his constitution is Todd Isom damage gisid he can live through the relapse Thorpe G I witness 2 00 6 50 2 00 1 Wilcox Samuel Wells Milton NVarner Curt White John 20 50 2 40 5 ga 60 3 20 Wilcox Dave Wilcox Sam NViiliams Ben NN ells Dennis Williams L I NVhite Shell iS 00 6 00 60 00 15 00 Waiton Ed NVhite Jake NVhite M B 10 00 6 No 25 OO Warford Green NViiliams F W West NV H NVhite Ab Winkler Brutus 2 95 I OO Winkler Charles NValker Jo NVhite Henry NVhite Roy NVhite George 4 4 So 3 50 3 4 So 60 7 75 Winburn Veal 80 NVhitaker Def 60 NVhitaker James Whitlock Tim 4 So 00 Warner S K 4 60 Whorton M F 60 Willis William justice Willis William committees 2 40 r 60 NVhite J S justice 60 White J S committee 2 40 Wells R R justice Wells R R committees 2 40 Whitock Albert justice 2 So Whitock Albert committees 4 80 White Hall school election 75 80 Waco school election 4 White ic Gibson 4 No Witt PC 2 80 NV I 60 Walker J Stone assignee J Howard I 60 Wood J I sheriff Rockcastle co 4 80 So White John T for Allie NVhite 1 1 1 1 20 20 30 JB 20 Charles Jenkins Dean Chenault Milt Mize white Union 2 Cotman Richard Kirby MF Isaac Tasty 60 George Stagner 18 00 Milt Baker 6 00 Mose Kirby iS 00 John Rhodus iS 00 Eli Jones 1 2 75 col Strengs Special Sale of Embroideries Every yard of Embroidery niut go cut fully 50 per cent v av white Elliston IS 00 iS 00 18 Wm Jenning Prices have lieen We want them all out of the 10 00 6 00 Green Harris Web Cornel ison 00 John NV Rhodus jr col Henry Royston Yates 10 00 15 00 17 Rias Buford Henry Black 00 John L Jackson Hiram Bundine white Strengs Special Sale of Laces Every yard of Lace hand made Torchon Valetnie- - Silk and all kinds We have cut the prices bo deep vou will 5 00 5 40 24 00 3 60 3 00 12 Tlos Thorpe Bart Rogers Warner George burial 1 George Garrett Eli Kidwell 1 OO D 3 20 3 20 2 40 Wilson J G Ntt 4 00 4 80 4 60 4 60 40 1 WhHIock R White John F waiting supervisors Wood Allen Witt Clebin Wells R R receiver at poor house NVhite John F stationery NVhite John F recoruing sheriffs 00 Alex Hocker Edgar Graves col Id not recognize former pri Glade it 3 20 o 50 00 25 00 1 RF 4 I 1 OO 30 60 Wilson Jos phus White William West William Woolery Lee Woolery John NVilhs Milton Webb Tank Willis Cash NVilson T Willis NV S N settlement NVhite John F copying and cert lying claims White John F waiting of - 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 00 Wagers Elbert flO LIST OF CLAIMS Coniimmed From 4ih Taylor J A ichiteitiire make the tin tlinliel M MA CUMilkti UW IMtNAl of I reserva- - MONSl IT1 In the J lie our I mint laws prohih 011 in- auiuseuM ut bthor the collrtitution IIKK An I 111 llhll MANS MS a- a passenger on a man train K he whirled hv a house lie dog with more lcrocitv than judji- ment miiif plunging trowlioa and show- he meant there iien to tear the entire train into flits In a few seconds the train daalied out of sijrht and the dot it is red that he mijrlit a well kept his mouth shut ami saved the The old man broke forth in a loud when asked what so tickled him BEtd I wu jest a wonderin w hat tliat air d g would a done w it It this air train ef he had er cotch it ith the Democratic party lo o Kentucky The next CaaujBBBl will Kepuhlicau anil for sound inoiiev If it should not le the President would -- liver hill it could pass No power hnt Concrews can make free What would a Democratic Senator Iroin Kentucky have to do with the proctvdinss of a Kepuhlican Cousrees thau this what has the race for Governor in Kentnc kv to do with the Kepuhlican Congress al itesai If the Itemocratsof Kentucky were to SOME lKtiMINKNT WOMEN r what would they do Then BBBBB if they should lose with state to the Kepuhlii ans they would THE Willows OF IIISTINOI ISHD MEN WHO RESIDE IS w ASHIMTON merely i oniirm w hat Grant said -- You il was depend upon the Ilemocrats to The widow of James i Blaine has been uimed fool thing at the right a figure in sxs iety at the Nations Capital of special interest during the past season Although Mrs Blaine is still in mournWill NOT HANK rKrK ulUIN MILLS ing for her distinguished husband and in consequence does not go out in general Madison county symjiathizing with all ws iety yet she is found occasionally at other counties and countries throughout the homes of close friends and has made the land is seriously considering the her appearance on several occasions at subject of free coinage of silver It is small companies She attendee the relikewise rending its garments over the cent wedding of Miss I eiter as the problem of free pikes If free pikes are relations Utween the families have been produetiv at good to great during rei ent years quite intimate at Basada number would not When the loiters came to this it y to rain mills Ik of greater good to a they leased the Blaine house on I u point circle greater nuuiU which is near the house ry liiiuily i interested numliers con they have built and now occupy At much as every other family that time Mr Blaine was in private life in hour ami meal true as to and when he accepted office again he pur travel on pikes Two families may km of chased the residence on I jifayette square eiial size and wealth vet one niav travel which he fitted up for his own use and ten times as much as the other Hut where his last days were spent two families of equal size ami wealth As is well known that bouse has been ire near about equal quantities torn down and a theater building is being of meal and lour careless waste not con erected on the site During the juist winsidered Why should the county not ter Mis Blaine has Ikcii living in the buy all the mills pav their running ex big house ou Dupoint circle the only penses and grind for evervbodv lr members of the lamily with her leing toll Then it that works successfully her son James Blaine Jr ami Miss buy the blacksmith shops the ice facto Abigail Dadfa A iail Hamilton ries steam laundries hotels and all simi- daughter Mrs Truxton Beale however lar institaUoos Isnt this s tree country has her home in this city while the other TUen why not have all public concerns daughter Mrs Damrosch lives in New free Wouldnt free newspapers be a York It is understood that Mrs Blaine Messing - Then there are those who tin Is the house ton large and does notiu hail fr eirinks with as much de- - tend to occtipv it for another season a thirsty ox rushes to a babbling She propose to lease it furnished and it stinghousethe inven iaaud that Mr - Blackburn declared that this country had free coinage of silver from lsT- - to ItfM space of twelve years and that Lold was not diiven out of the countrv or out of circulation Mr Blackburn knew when he made that statement that there was not the slightest foundation for it lie knew full well that the act of OaSMZieaa required the Secretary of the Inited states Treasury to purchase at the market value and have coined not nan two nor more than lour million dollars per mouth and that the coinage of those twelve years was executed under that law Mr Blackburn therefore knew that the coinage of IKt 18W was not free but on the contrarv was purely and simply by the Government for the Government not for the ow ners of bullionand limited at that We charge that Mr Blackburn was thoroughlv cog nizant of the erroneousness of his statement lie ause in that sann- speech and a few minutes prior to the statement in nuestion hecorrectlv defined free silver Bg the right of the owners of sil- Â¬ ver bullion to take that bullion to the Government mints and have it coined into money free of charge to them Mr Blackbitn think that baaede ception will help the free silver cause If the free silver wing has an orator who possesses anv reai arguments in favor of their scheme they should produce him Blackburn Bryan and others are onteut with trying to show a conflict be tween the opinions of Mr Carlisle as held fifteen or twenty vears ago with those he now holds as if that had anything to do with the problem Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thorpe T M Taylor Tom Thorpe Dock Taylor II 11 Tern II Win Thompson J D Tunsta Harry Thompson Starlin Todd Kit Todd Wm odd David Tevis Marion Tews Wm Tews Tilden Tate Wilson Todd David Tevis Wni Todd Wm Todd Thomas N 6o 8o 4 oo 1 i So i 6o 43 So 4 So j 4 2 40 1 60 2 40 2 40 2 2 40 40 40 40 K 3 2 2 I 12 SO 1 Tayor Tudor Al JS 60 40 60 3 IO 2 1 Tate George Taylor William Tudor J S Todd Frank J Turpin David Thompson Chas Tomuson Ed Todd I D Terrill Joe M Todd Chas Todd Win Thorpe Win Thorpe W O Thoipe John Tipton L M 7 So 73 3 20 10 o 1 12 60 30 So So 480 4 4 4 4 4 80 So 480 80 80 4 80 4 80 4 to 4 So Tracy A Tracy G J P if Terrill W F Todd M C M Todd 1 Torpe GB Todd Luther Todd Lee Todd Joe 30 4 80 6 30 s 2 Â¬ Terrill AM Todd N G Todd Seth Todd D F bo 4 80 49 4 80 I Todd T II 480 4 80 Â¬ Turner Harrv Thomas Henry Thomas William Todd John Terrill Lewis Todd George Todd William Todd Dud 480 4 80 3 4 80 480 4 So Taylor Yardy Taylor Dr T J Todd Geo V judge of election Tudor Benj judge of election Tudor R E Tudor W L Turpin I laden Turpin Tiff Turner Lewis Simpson Bill road claim Smith John Tudor Win Tudor C W ex county clerk Tudor Wolford Taylor Talt Thorpe T H justice 18 committee work Underwood Thomas Vaught DrC H medical Vance Marlelans Vaughn Dock Vaughn I T Venahle Charley V enable Paul Van winkle Joe Vanwinkle Sid Vaughn Harrison Vanwinkle Ires Vanwinkle ulius Vanwinkle Pal Vaughn Wm Vaughn Lee Vaughn D C Vaughn Mrs Ann E Vanrreter Wm Vanmeter Tom Vanarsdell Cliff Vernon Geo Vincent Jas Vincent James incent Dock Vincent Caperton Vaughn Fayette Naught Dr C H Vanwinkle J W Vincent Elvada Naught DrCH Wells Dennis road claim Williams Silas Wood Wm Wells R R assignee Wm Wool ery damage Wells k R assignee Pattie White damage Wall John P Wells R R commissioner Wagers John K fee hili Wagers John F fee bill Walker Andy road claim White James Wright Isaac Wallace NValker W inkier Perry Willis Jas Willis Mat 22 2 2 OO 00 OO OO 2 OO 1 claims 80 So White John F recording trustees report So 80 White Jake S So White Roy C NVal lace Gardner juror So So White John F fees in Lucas road So 80 80 So So No jo on court David Hogan George Blvthe 150 00 Isaac Denney Arch Bogie 50 00 Allen Poks o 50 1 50 1 00 Aaron Campbell Aquilla Baker vwhit tt Win Watson I Henry Bennett M Anderson Turner col Strengs Special Sale of Ladies Vests We have marked them ilnwn as that you can get a veal 10c 15c and 25e for Well worth twice the mone Marcus Whitaker white col white Kirksville 2 00 4 I 1 Â¬ Willis Ambrose Willis Alyeton 2 OO 80 Weathers Jos Webb Robert 2 So Willis Cash Woolery George 24 00 Woolery John 80 Woods Lill 124 50 White James 2 40 Willis Tom So 3 20 3 2 So Walton Weathers Ne NVinkler Shelburn 60 Webb Zachariah 60 NV NV OO 80 4 80 3 20 s4 4 So 34 So 3 60 1 1 1 60 60 10 Be White Henry White Howard NVairen 1 65 4 80 4 80 4 No 1 Robert Watson William Watson Ceore West Jos 40 3 00 2 40 So case White John F repairs in clerks office Wallace Salem road claim Wallace E B lumber Wallace William road NVhite NV G Joe Bruce claim White NV G drugs c Well R R justice Well R R committees Willis J B judge of election NVells C T sheriff of election NVhite John F recording K N I B coupons William A P judge of election West William judge of election NVarner Geo judge of election Wiley G T sheriff of election Wells Richa damage allowed John Jordan 47 27 00 12 Vincent Kidwell 4 Si Andv Million col 6 00 Perry Moody 6 00 claims allowed 2s Total 2 50 3 10 Allen TuJor Harvey Duerson 50 Irvine Clay 00 Madison Holman Joel L Vincent Bj Irvine Lowcry John Perkins NVm Million Strengs Special Sale of Kid Gloves Silk Gloves and Silk Mitt all good values fnllv worth Coats HUB II 33 per rent BOM titonev Set Countv of Madison so I John F White Clerk of the Madison 2 00 Court certify that the 2 00 County Fiscal foregoing is a full and complete list of 3 00 the claims allowed by said Court at its terms 1S94 and 2 00 October and November 2 00 at its May term 1S9 and the Sheriff is 2 00 ordered to pay same out of the countv 2 00 levy for 1895 Attest JOHN F NVHITE Clerk Madison County Court 24 70 State ok Kentucky Strengs Special Sale of Towels Our big TEN CENTS Towel town Onlv a few is still the talk of the more left I I 60 60 Charley White Thomas NVhite NVhite NVm 80 1 40 NN alker St Clair 00 NValker Letcher 90 W a ker Henry 70 Walker S D 4 25 NValker DC 90 White Richard 90 NViiliams I 1 1 1 20 So 20 1 1 1 GOLD SILVER OR GREENBACKS 20 20 80 31 4 So 1 40 2 1 Strengs Special Sale of Shirt Waists They are In antie and sell for less money than you can buy the material Either will pttrc hase in ire Dry roods at White it Gilisons than at any other house in Richmond 1st we In Silk Madras cloth and Percales So John From now until July of Dress 80 80 2 2o 7 Walker D Walker Steve NViiliams Joel 40 60 latest to slaughter all kinds J iomls No- Â¬ 75 66 00 25 2 OO OO 75 15 OO Williams Silas NViiliams William Williams Silas sr NViiliams Silas jr Williams Dave Walters George Willis Steven 3 to 3 20 5 tions Corsets for themselves loves and Hosiery at priees that will siieak Look at the following one third off for- Â¬ 8 50 Strengs Special Sale of Carpets and Mattings Our line of Carpets is still large and we want them to go therefore make social prices this ia tmk percent less than you ever heard them aaU lor Mat- Â¬ tings in large quantities and to close them out this 2 50 5 20 5 1 mer prices tor cash 10c Half wool Challis sold for 2 c now i to ail wool Dress Goods at net cost G339 30 194 00 I 40 1 Weaver Abraham NValker Spencer 2 OO NVhite James 24 05 Walker Jason Wilmore George 22 664 NVhite Larkin White Samuel 12 8313 NVhite Robert 64 16 White Richard 3 White William 45 3 50 In White Is fr 90 80 20 CO sn 3 20 2 and Silk Waist Patterns we have an endless assortment will pay you to price them Hosiery you It 3 4 3 4 4 4 3 1 the reduction will astonish you month they will go at ltlc per yard and up to 00 00 So Corsets and tiloves which for quality and prices touch elsewhere Give this iauze and Muslin Underwear at 50 Strengs Special Sale of Clothing the month to supply yourself a BfjaajaJ p will prevail Xo shp shop goods put in this sale but our regular line at reduced price Suits for men boys and children Come and look at our suits and we will suit you in prices style and good is cant to 00 60 Watson Joe White John your own price it day cash sale vour attention This 60 24 Walker Irvine NVatson John T Weaver John White Edward Whits George NViiliams Jason NValker William Wallace Grider Weaver Salem Wallace E B Wya t U S Watnicut D T Wyatt T P Whitaker George 625 1 will save you money Iv We mean BUSINESS 5 7o 1 I 60 I 6t 20 60 So spectfllllv Todd Chas Todd Ed 480 4 4 4 4 So So So Todd I M Todd Tobe Todd Seth Todd Walker John WniteEd White John Caleb 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Todd R W Turner J hn Turner Mack Todd Andy TodJ Rhodes Todd Ras Tipton Low Turpin Less Tavlor lVnington NVilloughby Harve NYolom Joseph 80 Wolom Isaac 12 30 Webster Ft more 4 80 White John 4 80 White Mich I 4 So 480 4 80 12 48 5 2 1 NVhite Henry NViiliams Tom NVhite Robert 60 60 I 60 I 60 80 40 I 60 80 80 80 I 60 Waller Charle I 60 Willis Howard 1 60 NValker D B 6 90 I 2 1 1 2 2 2 So 4 OO White TIME IS FLYING our new Patent Detachable Umbrella Covers Is vol r umbrella eovering getting more hole y than righteous Brina the thing to us and we will give it a new lease of life We will recover it in five minutes right before your eyes cheaper than you ean buy a new one This work is done at So are Gibson In 23 3o 00 6 50 1 Strengs Special Sale of Mens and Boys Shirts The best line we ever had and at specially low special priees whit- 4 7o lored 90 90 80 2 30 23 Bob NVhite Bob col NVarner J ft NVhite Zachariah Wood 00 60 201 4 Turpin Robert Terriil Jerome Terrill J B Todd Joel Todd JE Thompson W J Titus Lewis 1 Winkler Fount NNells A nee 60 Wst 30 West 20 White 3 Willis 60 I 1 1 Walker John 4 Wallaca Henry L 60 White William William Ed 80 80 80 So 10 00 i Wells Wesley 6 50 Wiley C H White Abe 3 50 NVhite Melvin 2 90 Well John 2 20 Dave Grant Whitaker R S 40 80 80 So m m kO Mnufcttint THt F P only hy R0BIMS0N CO Boston Mask V its special features at all times in every depart- Â¬ Daily changes of exertional nfaa r i hour and you oil get peri value for your monev Strengs stH cials are the talk of the town and county Do you want some of the piuiuos it my come early V ours for special low pri ha- - Every day ment I NVhitakecThomas 3 1 2 2 05 60 80 Whitaker Charle Wren B Whitlock R V 80 So 80 P AKMERS The Main Street Jeweler I I HJ STRENG OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT IS IN SEEN FROM THE MAST How a Camera Peepd Down Ooean Liners Funnel n A QUAINT OLD LIBRARIAN THE FIRST LONG DRESS Etniiea of the Vatl n and It Affillatloni with the tnllsh Court And we are at all times offrring EXTRA INDUCEMENTS in Clothing carry many difierent grade and our mens goods will fit FULL BLAST SHORT MEN Two Plctarea dhow tat tlir Contour M a lmmfnif Staaraer Coder Fall Head Maat llead In Mtilo can lhotofrraphy LONG MEN a an tx Looking down the funnel perience which fw transatlantic passengers enjav IVrhaps hey would not enjoy it even if they vere given the privilege of climbing the slender masts and of an ocean steamship making twenty miles an hour Sailors nice up and down the rope IiMmi fur an after breakfast constitutional and carry a W will give you a better quality of goods than you can get elsewhere for the bucket of tar alonsr to add to their ex ercise when they have reached the top same nionev and B t you a perfi ct fit Our method of buying ai It is easy enough for hera but if a We continue to offer 1CK SMALL PROFIT does the work qj Â¬ We STOUT MEN Â¬ Special Inducements in -- 5 MATTING WINDOW SHADES OIL CLOTHS and CARPETS Bolts Malting Floor Oil Cloh 4 cts per yard Jo cts per yard j6 inch Table Oil Cloth 15 cts per yard 10 cts Window Shades- - Complete with Spring Rollers iCT at 11 Our Stock of nplete at cts up Ask to sCe them 3 Str aw Hats 39- - Iarge Hickory Hats 9 cts No trouble to show With every dolar purchase ask for your card iooKINu DOWal THK rillUL ELDERS BARGAIN STORE ss M- landlubler should try it he chances r he would take an involuntary buth pool A in natures Treat swimtnin party of Chicago folks who ecently made a trip kSM ou the Si rvia had as a part of their baggage a hand camera and after making exposures on the va Â¬ rious partsof the ship they thought the series of pictures would be incomplete without a snap shot from aloft The captains permission was first secured and then a sailor was pressed into serv ice The mchanism of the camera was shown him and he was t Id how to make tips exposure With the camera dung over his shoulder he liinled the mainmast to the highest joint and then waiting for a period of comparative calm he pressed the button with the lens pointed toward the bow of the boat Another exposure was made toward the stern of the ship and the camera was returned to its owners The result was awaited with some misÂ¬ giving but the pictures more than jusHere are the tified the expectations two pictures Probably there are no counterparts in existence which show so well the contour of an ocean liner under full head in midoean as viewed from the eroSSBTSea of a ma ninast A fast fuinsr passenger shi of modern build is narrow anil long T is designed to cleave the water like a knife and to offer as little resistance as possible to the water One loses the comparative dimensions of a ship viewing it from on dick as the width seems greater in comparison by reason of the length beÂ¬ ing broken by cabins funn Is ventila tors lifeboats and the various fittings which clutter the hurricane deck Viewed from aloft the dimensions are better seen than from any other point The shape is seeu to be som what after that of a well shaped cigar with the top sliced off Th- - spray whi h is flung high in the air by the razo--likprow of the Ihiat looks like frosting on a cake and the water boils in troubled fashion when- it pours into the wake of the reÂ¬ ceding ship The liht notion of the deck as the lioat rolls in a reatte swell is seeeotnated at the erosstree antfl an unskillful person would be in danger of fallbg into the water a long way be- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ e - to vvviwvvkvw tsvtc s 88SsSSSSSifsiiSSSSSS8sSSSSW9ii stcc2 ckts csjs2v - r DO YOU WANT A ff - WAGON SELL AS LOW THAN EVER BEF ORE WE HAVE TOO MANY VK S WE CAN LOW K II WK ARK AF lER AS1 KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS VVVW S J n - vvvvvvvvVvvvn vwvvn lV WWWWWA iiif r L IUH 1 wvv Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Bres of Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Ho CURES Cottc Flux I NINU No a mm Cramps DiarrMoe Cholera Morbus Nausea Changes of Water Etc HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLO Relief HEALS The archaeologist of fiction has a parchment skin and is as dry as his favorite fotios But Mgr Carini firt guardian of the Vatican library was so much a man of flesh and blood that his sudden death the other day in Rome is attributed by some who knew him to the intense chagrin he suffered in consequence of the recent thefts from the book shelves under his care That is not a likely tale however nor is the sensational hint of poison though reproduced in a London paper worth a moments attention Mgr Carini who recently died of a fit of apoplexy which seized him iu St Peters as he was sing ing vespers had for his father a general of the Italian revolution who nevertheless sent his son to a Jesuit college in his native city Palermo Gen Carini when in command at Perugia made the acquaintance of Cardinal Pecci the archbishop there Some playful words of the general as to his sons entering the service of the cardinal should he ever be made pope were recalled by Cardinal Pecci after his elevation and young Carini was summoned to Rome and to a quite in timate friendship with the pope And Carini had another great friend in Crispi who indeed has inserted in the official paper an expression of his paternal regard for the dead librarian As the intimate of the pope and of the premier Carini occupied a unique position in Rome which makes his loss the greater When the pope was told that his young protege had died while being carried from St Peters into the Vatican he was tremulous with agitation The case of the Canadian premiers death at Windsor was at once recalled and there is always something soothing to the pope in anything which connects as the queens and his own jubilee did the court of Rome and the court of Eng land The fact is that the figure of the queen of England has always held a ro- Â¬ mantic corner in the heart of Leo XIII The queen was then and has always a young remained in his memory woman with the prestige of being not only the queen of England but the head of a formidable church when the nuncio saw her at the court of King Leopold in Brussels Once again he saw her in her own London at a state reception at which however he was uot specially presented to her That was iu the month of February 1S40 a mouth which he spent iu on don for the first two days as the guest of the marquis of Lisbon the Brazilian minister who accompanied him from Brussels to London and afterward in apartments in one of the streets of Piccadilly the name of which he cannot recall Indeed the only house except Buckingham palace and the house of commons which he can be certain that he visited is the Cambridge house of old days in Piccadilly hither he was taken by the Austrian ambassador to a reception given by Lady Palmerston and any member of the Naval and Military club who explains himself in Rome may count on a return of hospitality at the Vatican and a talk with the pontiff the only pontiff who has ever leen there about Piccadilly These remin- Â¬ iscences are gathered from such a talk nl they show how inauthentic are the oft repeated paragraphs about the fu ture pontiffs intimacy with her majesty and his stay at Windsor castle which as a matter of fact he has never seen Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Most Important Event In the Illatorv at a iiris Life It is a momentous day in the history of a girls life when she puts on her first long dress It is a much more important event than the putting on of his first pair of long trousers by a boy for the boy is a boy still for some Â¬ - foio ISilMiss Dplla Stevens of Boston Mass I have always suffered from writes hereditary Scrofula for which I triedl various re nediaa ana many reliable Physicians but none relieved me After I taking o oouiesoi I am now irclL I im very irateful to vou as I feel that it sanxl me from a life of untold agony and shall take pleasure in speaking only wordsj of praise for ttie wonderliil meaicine and in nccmmenuing it to an TrentlM on Blood and skin Incenses mailed free Snamvf Campaign Ri Ni L B Ri IL years afterwards but from the time the girl dons her first real long dress she is regarded as a woman She may have worn dresses that reached almost down to her shoe tope but they were as youthful in appearance as the long dresses which she wore in babyhood But when an even all round skirt is changed to the dra-Â¬ pery of the dress worn by grown women then we have no longera young girl but a young lady pure aud simple Many girls anxious to be thought young women are in too great hurry to put on these sweeping gowns and don them too soon In after years they will regret their hurry for it is strange but true that a girls age is reckoned by her friends from the time she puts on her first real long dress This style necessarily makes a change in her demeanor No matter how coltish and young she may feel the long breadths of cloth put a stop to the friskiness of the days of short skirts It is only natural therefore that a new deportment should follow the advent of the lengthened skirt When the long dress comes the hair undergoes a change but a different change from that which takes place in It is taken up high ou the the skirt head anil the result is that a stranger would be at a loss to tell whether the little girl of the day before was now seventeen or twenty years of age Oirls dont be in a hurry to put on long dresses Think of the years during which you will have to wear them Some time in the fuure you will look back with regret to the free and happy days of your girlhood and will wonder how you could have been in a hurry to leave them for the cares of womanhood Dont be in a hurry to abandon your dolls and go into society Cherish the If you are as days of your youth Longfellow puts it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ righ Prices IN Time Table No 24 In fect May EAST BOUND Ef-Â¬ 12 1895 Cured COMPANY SHOES SLIPPERS HATS CAPS CLASS 1ST CLASS No No E Sub Ea Sun Ea Sua aV Soa 2P NoIno r 6 at Versailles Nicholasvttle Valley View Million a io m 10 a n 11 11 i o 45 ji 7 35 7 58 8 la at 55 10 1a 10 55 t a at 11 so SWIFT SPECIFIC ATLANTA mvwHERr 77- - QA 7jVv GENTS FURNISHINGS ano Has begun at Richmond Ubkhi Moberly Brassfield Panola lriae 12 12 12 12 12 1 03 14 17 30 t 30 lajopm 12 50 1 1 00 4 j5 00 2 r1 r 1 1 1 2 3 00 o I AI BRIDGEFORDS No 4 No 8 No io WEST BOUND Ei Sua Ex Sua Ea Sua Ea Sua WALLACE Misses Gents Boys and Childrens Ladies Ever brought to Richmond RICES Irriae am ECONOMIST RANGE WE HAVE RECEIVED THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SEE THEM EXAMINE THEM PIRCHASE THEM Our sfock always beautiful is this season beOur prices alwavs low are this seayond comparison in style and varieti son lower than ever are in fact GEN LINE HARD TIME PRICES We have the prettiest line ol Â¬ SHOES Â¬ Panola Brassneld Moberly Union Richmond MiHicn 15 3 3 40 4 3D 5 00 4 I 56 05 6 20 I 34 65 7 45 Valley View Nicholasville Versailles I 59 a 40 a 57 J 3 10 jo 3 10 3 35 4 so 3 33 3 57 5 3S A M TAN SHOES AND OXFORDS I i In the market at prices that u ill astonish you Under no circumstance We have inshould you buy elsewhere until urn have inspected our stock augurated a BARGAIN TABLE upon which will be displayed broken sizes and odds and ends in Shoes Slippers Hats Caps and Furnishing Goods These goods are worth much and other things too numerous to mention more than you pav lor them and iou will do yourself an injustice b not Yoars taking a look Call early and get first choice c lor good goods at low prices Trains between loutsviile and Versailles daily Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasvill daiiv All trains onnct with smthern Railway to and from I ouisviile and with the C N O ft T P to and from Cincinnati You an spend five hours in Loaisvillc about hi hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexingtoa and return to Richmond at 8 op m For through rates and ther information ar any ticket agent or addrCM W H ADAMS Cenl Passenger Agt brown Superintendent ky KENTUCKY MIDLAND RY 43- - WALLACE M RN V 8c RICE HRTV EB- 58 Sold in Richmond 11 Stamliui- with r hictant feet Where the brook and river cot Womanhood md childhood fleet Y Direct from the East WHITE has just returned from New York having bought a full line of Woolen and Wash Dress Fabrics of the newest and latest patterns There are Smokey Organdies dappled in white and chilly blues ginghams running from cold gray March to scarlet July in hued trills batistes circus yellow and violet fawns lin- Â¬ ens and muslins pink as azaleas or barred in peppermint stripes piques that charm the eyes of the daintv misses and make them long for summer plaid madras and corn pale embroidered swiss and at last the novelties of the season cotton crepons whose crinkled surfaces colored or white are strewn with flowers in their natural tints Also siik ging hams of the most beautiful texture for making fancy waists Â¬ Â¬ Cintiiniili and Fraiilfnit Shortest and QmjraVawl between dont be anxious to plunge into the river whose mighty torrent sweeps all before it but linger by the side of the babbling brook whose music brings joy to all Mabel Rich in Golden Days CLAUDE SMITH I 36 35 CO Frankfort Georgetown and Pari Carlisle WnjaviUe CvntMana Falmouth and Covington ASK Dealers in Hardware and Tinware KR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND GRANDPAS HEAD REST Simple and riatn Enough to Be Enjoyeil by the old tlentteman The dainty head rests that have lcen soepular recently are often confined to the chairs that are least in use Their daintiness and the difficulty in washing them make them distinctly ornamental instead of useful and the grandfather would be likely especial- - PATENTS Caveats and Trademarks obtainei and all patent besinrss conducted for ModerM v office is in the immediate ate Fees vicinity ot tre Patent Office and inv fa cilities for securing patents areunsurpass ed Send model sketch drawing or pho tograph wit a description and statement as to advantages claimed No charge ia made for an opinion as lo patentability and mi fee for proarcuting the applcatizm will not be called for until the patent is allowed A pamphlet entitled Inventors Guide containing full information furnished free Address Trains Run by Centra Standard Time In Effect May z FAsl Iv FranLfort ttmit A No AM 7 7 7 7 7 7 No 3 N M 30 co 06 18 28 34 t 4 M r 1 1 415 A Fu I Line of Ladies Iv Klkhorn itzer nipgGrd Iv ieorgewn Ar C S lepot Iv Warowa I 711 t 4 ai 40 Iv Duvall Iv Johnson 17 4 35 4 45 45 7 I 50 2 co a 17 37 40 Misses Childrens Hose B At prices to suit the buter Our stock ot corsets is not to be surpassed Besides we have in stock extra side steels side this side of Cincinnati shields and celluloid protectors for the front that make an old corset all All kinds of but new - Iv I v At Pan Centerville Klizabeth WEST Id 8 5 24 3 40 C 20 30 8 s 36 54 No2 AM C 3 44 B No 4 No 10 No 8 M TM Iv Pin - 6 00 6 14 rM 4 I 5 - DOMESTICS 7SND LINENSWith embroderies and laces suitable for making and tiimming under- Â¬ A full assortment of novelties in ribbons buckles hair wear ins curling tongs face veils in fact everything that enhances and makes more attractive Iv Lv Iv Iv Li EKsaacta S I CenterviMe Newtown et I 10 5 45 10 14 6 45 HUNTING AN APACHE Franki in H llmitt I Iv Johnn Iv Duvall er - Oeorgewn 6 1 7 7 i - 00 7 51 57 1024 10 A Leaf Taken from Army Life In Western Arizona The following is a part of a letter from a former Indianapolitan the wife of an army officer who is stationed at Port Apache A T and it gives some idea of army life as it is found in itTTFTn ilVVTPA S street Washington Mention ibis paper 125 F IOST IN QUANTITY C -t rn A 11 40 00 11 2 BESTINQUALIT A HEAD RFST 50c size contains two and one half times as much as 35c bottle HERB MEDICINE CO SPRINGFIELD Sold ErurwHEKE2S and SOc Per Bottle Pur 0 1 71 109 s xi 7 - WHAT DOES IT MEAN nt a is i milt htrtf abort Iti v uTl Tf if lUuu or J ackau Tilta Fiona SOLID VESTI3ULED TRAINS TWwtii f tlei twfevta hrrr snhr-Tru w Tfc --vfaMt tr fc Vm u4 H OffiMI LOOKING AFT FROM ALOFT JkU 2Utfi uiaeuUou la DULdc t aUXWUMt wr Gen I IaMi iinnwi Agvtu Imnnanti 0 ij QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v Come In Farmers WE WILL SHOW YOU The Best Corn Planters the Best Cultivators rand Cultivator that mean MORE CORN LESS WORK AND MORE MONEY That these Planters and Cultivators are better than others all farmers -- It you cant come in drop us a postal We will write ou all about them and iou circulars and catalogue SHACKELFORD W 6ENTRY THE t6 When a storm sweep unbroken - the ocean and the ship is tossed like a cockle shell then is the duty of the sailor one of danger and excite- Â¬ ment The motion of the boat so severe at times as to make movement on deck a danger becomes so great 01 the mast tops as to make tire rigging and the timber of the masts strain and snap and cut the air like a whip Often the watch must tie himself to the mast so if a slip should cause hiiu to lose his precarious hold the ropes would save him from a fall and a grave with the fishes On moonlight nights the sight from a masthead is lieautiful When the day is calm the view is much better too than from the deck Where passengers see only the top rigging of a boat in the distance the sailor from his lofty jHisition can see the entire boat There is no joy so keen to the sailor as an hour on the crosstrees when the day or night is tine The reader may see part of the panorama of limit- Â¬ less waste which unrolls before his eyes which is relieved only by a distant sail perhaps and by the life which lies at Besides says the Chicago his feet Tribune it is safer to look at these pictures than to view the re ility The Pressure of Wind A wind moving at forty miles an hour exercises a pressure of nine pounds to the square foot at one hundred miles f fifty six pound low A those remote regions says the MinThe captain her neapolis Journal husband is away on a practice march He has been prepared to leave on an hours notice since the middle of July He only takes for his company fifteen days rations so he may not be gone so An Apache Indian named very long Kid murdered another eight years ago or so He was captured tried and sentenced to Yuma On the way to prison he killed the sheriff and two assistants and escaped and they have been trying to catch hiiu ever since He makes Mexico his headquarters but stirs us up every little while by a raid by stealing a girl or two and slaughtering somebody He was re- Â¬ ported near here a few days ago so three troops of cavalry are out in de- Â¬ tachments scouring the country for him The captain under orders to march east to Mount Ord for the annual encampment was suddenly sent west in order to establish a supply Kid is probably in camp for cavalry Mexico by now but he could lead them a merry dance were he in the neighborhood He could stand behind a rock or a cactus within a stones throw of the whole regiment of cavalry seeking him and laugh their efforts to scorn or he could run his pony till it dropped seize another the whole of Arizona is his livery stable or if no other was convenient he could without troubling himself in the least walk seventy five miles in twenty four hours which is more than a cavalry horse can do to say nothing of a white man These Indians are wonderful We know of one case where a man and his wife made eighty miles in eleven hours walking and started back the next day They scoop out sand in places known but to themselves find water put back the sand and no white man suspects its vicinity They live on the wild beans and certain roots which they dig and so do not have to carry food cooking utensils or betray them selves by a fire A cavalry horse has to carry the rider carbine ammunition blankets overcoats canteen cook ing utensils and rations then another has to go along to carry forage for the horse Indian ponies live off the country so that looking for the Kid with every Indian on the reservation his friend and not yours is worse than the proverbial needle in the haystack Every rock bush and mountain is like Â¬ wise in league against yoi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ly tosbun themas altogether too fixed up for his after dinner nap in the rocking chair But grandfath rs n bite One of his head must be pillowed granddaughters might make him a simple but very pretty head rest like the one in the accompanying sketch A downy pillow is first made and cov ered just big enough to fit the special chair it is to hang upon Then a pillow ease of dainty gingham is made hi fine stripes or plaids and in the daintiest softest colors obtainable for it will wash like a pocket handkerchief and so need not be any of those de pressing colors that wont show dirt Let it be as pretty a gingham as the counters offer The ease is trimmed across the bottom with a full raffle that curves round tli lower corners and gradually merges into the sides Four flat very flit buttons fasten the pillow into the eas ing and also add somewhat to its ap pearance They will not come into contact with the head as they are down under the curve of the pillow and so will not be likely to cause discomfort rong loops of cord fasten the Two rest to the chair and these may be of cotton cord whose colors go well yvith the gingham case Then when the whole needs washing one has only to slip out the pillow and send its cover ing just as it is to the laundry When it eoiius back as good as new the pillow is buttoned back into it and grandfathers chair is ready again to COAX him into another nap Country Gentle- Â¬ man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE YEARS FOR Has led all WORM Remedies llUlGOISTS 11 For the house wives we have a full assortment 01 oil cloths mattings carpets and rugs window curtains cotton and linen sheetings towels table linen and naperv We also keep Brainerd Armstrongs wash silks and filo at 40 cents a dozen or four cents a skein Indeed every thing that comprises a good line of Drv Goods can be found at the corner where you are welcome WE ARE AGENTS FOR III TTERICK S PATTERNS BEAUTIFUL WOMAN- Ar rrankfort - o 53 7 3S 7 55 8 05 8 15 C D BFRCAW GP A KENTOCKT CENTRURT- - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra Kentucky to All Points North South 20 WHITE 19- - GIBSON Through dain and South west service between Cincin train nati Middlesborough Ky and Knoxville and EVERY BOTTLE SOLD BV ALL Rti iminsov GUARANTEED Hiii 1X8 3vSyM81 Al D to distribute our auveruse- i inonis in pari payment for a hitch uratie Acmp 1 Di vile whKi we sfml them oi aiinnival Not work done until tiae bicycle arrives aud proves I satisfactory- 4to s iWe jEmpioy I Young j Men Smith Having replenished his stock of groceries with new and freak joods will continue hiisiiuss at the OLD STAND at the corner of Main and B streets He BropeSM not to be undersold by any one FOB CASH He invites the citi- Â¬ zens of Madison county and Richmond to give him a fair trial Free delivery of good to all parts of the city 38 a Tenn Points on RR May 19 1 LN 4kale ia Kffeet NO IMt 5 j 1 Young Ladies mended 11 ALSO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOUR OBELISK j I t uujj or k siii int uiii5t ut wuu revvui Write for particulars ELKHART IND SS TAYLOR BROS Dealers in- J OUTO-BOUND Kxpreaa Lve Cincinnati fciaa Lve Covington am Lve Falmouth Lve CyDthlna J 1043 am DallT No Dal P No a Daily Ex Sin 250 40a pi 503 p 534Pl 62op I 610 pi 640 pi tn am I ACME CYCLE COflPANY 39 ti YELLOW 1 - COAL THE RICHMOND TAR Tiroar PINE Is excellent for painting roofs barns and For sale by other outside buildings WATER km Im- FLOORING AND iii3 am rr rans Arr Lexington J 1210 a a 1125 am Lve Paris rr Wlneheater 1210 a a Winchester 1130 pa Lv 110 pm Arr Richmond LveRtclimonil ii5P m Lve Berea iu p rr Livingston 240 pm Lve Uvingslou J 310 p m Lve London 352 p m 445 P Arr Lorbin- Lve torbln 445 pm Lve Barhrville1 Lve Pineville Lve MiiHIIeshh rr CumM Oap Lv Cnmd Uapi Lve Corbln Lve Wllllamsbg 530 p m 1015 P m 10 55 p in 1025 1055 1055 1143 801 p 908 p 950 pm pm pm r55 a56pi pi am p m 1307 a m 43 P til 310 a m 450 a m 505 a m Oil to Cleanse the Fa e Oil not water should be used when you really want to clean your face Learn a lesson from the actresses If J LIGHT COMPANY 46 6 A large stock kept constantly on hand oopm 640 p m sii - an actress tried to wash with soap and water her nightly make up from her face she would have no skin to speak of left in a week to say nothing about a complexion She never makes any such mistake She removes her make up with oil usually and preferably cocoa oil And she learns by experience to do the same thing when she wants to get rid of the grime of travel Oil cleans the skin more thoroughly than soap and water as you can thoroughly demonstrate after a journey or any such soil ing experience If you dont mind the abuse of your skin for once just wash your face after the old fashion as well as you can then cover it with oil and remove the oil with a soft eloth One look at the cloth will prove that the soap and water did not get it clean Â¬ Â¬ WANTED IT KNOWN From the liberal patronage I received last year I haiebecn induced to rent for another year the Harry Wiikes Driving 1 Park hae the best track in the county on which to train light harness horses and I humbv ask for my share of the patMy terms are rearonage of my friends Having had 9 years experience sonable in driving and breaking horses I fed that I can give satistaction in what you entrust D S WILCOX to me Moberly Madison county K 42 2 Â¬ FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural plements of all kinds nspa pm 415 pm 300 a m 425 a m CEILING Poplar Weather boarding Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles BUILDERS We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need Arr Jelllco Arr Knoxville Lve Kii 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Times Changes So youre from Kansas caid the eastern girl with the supercilious look Tommy Suburb I wonder why these netv Queen Anne houses has front and back porches just alike Bobby Broadmeadow I guess thats t3 fool the chickens an make cm think tneyre on the front lawn when theyre in the back yard Good News Beginning of a Ivorce Salt Mrs Sargent knowingly It is said that the Lord never made two women 1 TRY US Fresh Meats Fresh Fish Vegetables Rector Ah me Drunk again Village Inebriate consolingly I sir som I Pall Mall Budget to the senators daughter PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES FOR SALE aa wwVWwVm Work done promptly and as well as any oilier Laundry in he Country and buffalo and wigwams and cowboys at your western home No the procession of years has brought many changes to Kansas since Kansas City yon studied geography Oh yes indeed And do 3ou see Indians alike Sargent tartly Of course He didnt or youd never hear of a man getting married twice Harlem Life Terrihle lielribut ion Theolo 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JohDBOO No Daily Ex Sun 620 a 703 a 711 a 75 a 835 Ex r37 P No 11 Dally 114 p 308 p P 145 P pi p p p p p San nia a 44 Star Nothing New Quixotic is his enterprise and hopeless his ad Â¬ vent1 Who seeks Master WE KEEP THE BEST Sora Making the Most of Yourself ate yourelf awake 1024 a 1030 4 637 p 36 p 645 P j7 P ys PRICES NO HIGHER 11 Stand by Home People and they will stand by you OUT OF TOWN WORK so LICITED hundred acres at Kings StaPotters tion on R K I X B R R clav and clay for encaustic tiling abund A bargain offered ant on this land Station and post office established Residence on the comer of Oak and T o story irame house 8 High streets Ixt rooms with basement and cellar Young iiuit and good j0 x out buildings S F ROCK cj Thr e Â¬ road is extended bee The world has Joked incessantly for over fifty centuries And every fofca thats possible has ions ago been made V S Gilbert In His Eioellencj Opinion of an Expert fir jocularities that havent yet And sell tit reasonable prices You can always obtain value received A Perverted Philosopher for your money with us Your An ounce of prevention Is worth a orders delivered any place within pound of cure aint it said Meander ing Mike the corpoitition Of course it is replied Plodding Â¬ SCO LJ There is one Magazine which will help yo to HKI by tea Uow and appreci The Phrenological Journal is a wide Â¬ exponent of Human Nature TACT IN Ko- - fa Dier information ralea on ticket or freight addreMi T B CARR Ticket and Emigration Agent Richmond Ky ARE YOU USING THOUGHT AND BRINGING UP YOUR TK TlERE IT IS We have fiftv paid nubecriptiona to th CHILDREN mothers of each KNIGHTS OF HONOR The most shapely thing in sleeves soliloquized the policeman at the street is the arrum Chicago crossing A Case of Necessity Tribune Experienced Shea dressing for the ball to day Wise girl as well as fair Fo shes allowed herself tour hoars To il and curl her hair N Y World Assistant No earthly use in asking the old man for a raise this year He wont do anything for us Cashier Great Scott We mvtt ask bim If we dont hell be dead sure to think were helping ourselves Puck Well dats de reason I dont accept no job from nobody Ef I was workin I might be tempted ter go on a strike An den see de trouble Id be in Washington Star Pete IL Mi Hamilton I Co Amity Lodge No cit K of H meets every Friday evening in the Odd Fellows H Rice Dictator hall ai J oclock E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS Clil woiur thr 6r- - rple copy of the Pfcreoo- il mil JUL giTing to our aubacri i- Journal Si Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award C T WELLS Manager Main St Richmond Ky P meets ev erv Wednesday evening at Odd Fellow C W Tudor C C hall at oclock C C Hooker K of R and S White Lodge No 43 FOWLER K WELLS CO Publisher 27 East list St New York We afaw puUh a Ic ag Hat of helpful book each new mlv until the supply is exha f criber The Journal ia brim mil of good realtut aod is a gets which tre propose bcrs on To each of SUPPLEMENT m OX GOAD HunÂ¬ I Si Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ VOLUME VIII SHAM RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE Ahs lll I v A llo j Wlnl WACl nf IliQIfin it i 1 ii iriiu came from how simple means Matthias loyce the rile man became a preat of riphteonsness no from bearing John Wesley preach but from s np lrm kiss a little child on the pulpit stairs Apain my subject sprinps ujxn us the thoupht that in calculating the pros pects of relipious attempt we must take eaaadatoteaMse a nd omniscience and omnipresence and all the other attributes of oxl into the calculation Whom do you see on that plowed field I see One hearer says of my text I Shampar Another hearer savs My hearers you see 0ii Ihilistines have mised the chief personape on that battlefield of plowed ground I also see Shampar and BOB Philistine but more tian all and miphtier than all and more overwhelming i 1 K i Latest U S ML 5 1895 i w SUPPLEMENT S NUMBER and c ver steainpipes the BBeparlrd microbes were being roasted into activity A bottle of Bsierobea of diphtheria con sumption tour h ice in fact neatly sealed and labeled is undone and a well nigh unseeable quantity is poured on a bit of glass already prepared with lof which the reader 0ilsfor ti then the is referred to the laboratory miserable Bail lllhl is seen through the and anti toxine is mapnifvi promptly forwarded to the doctor who sent the little Isottle as a contribution Miss Williams deserted ha occupation for a minute when the curious caller asked her bow she liked her work It is very absorbing said the little bacilli expert Do you like it better than other branches Well I dont know said Miss WilOf course it is only liams guardedly one branch of the study of medicine Were you chosen twMBMBBB you were a woman It was a competitive No indeed Thtae were five or six I examination believe I was not chosen I dont think people ought to look upon women in the profession as they do There should lie nothing more remarkable in my being here than if I were a man I Ir am an expert bacteriologist my medical examinations and receved my degree of M D at the womans medical college in Kiphteentli street three years ago Do you intend to malic meteriology a specialty or will you tie a general Â¬ Â¬ 52 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS 1K A I BTEWAET AMD 8UKGBOX - The Ancient Farmer Slew Sx dred of the Philistines 1 TWTSKIAH RlLHMuM Kin in Hr TV Thi I jfti cl from His low to the Throne M lien I iclr in II la Well to Haetli I onl on onr I Tnlniaccii sermon trert j ton ft xa- - lr Street The subject of Sunday inir iii Il A KENNEDY IL One day wnile Shamfrar the farmer ith KuiMinf No 204 Main Street up araa ploviinjwith m jroice f oxem his stair- was MHMld f Wlirii iMiiinifcd to the shunt of battle PhilisML JOHN M POSTER tines alwavs rea iy to make trouble I all sec iod than Sham marcli tip wth sword and spear Sliam 71 V AM SVEGEON 1H tzar the ilowman had ni sword an i par had his unaided arm however musBUMMED KhMITkV would not probably luTekaovi imv cular and with that humble instrument eld it if lie hail possessed one made for agriealtaral purposes aad u and Bat po never constructed for combat could he or must lifrht r Main FWTUCIAJI AND SCEGEOW Richmond Kkvuvky iir which slew IhilistinM liundre1 inen w itii an ox oatl luljro of thes sermon irs Ox Goad1 After him was sham TbIbbbj Jr iaivic Â¬ 1 - U KVANS IL I RllHMOM the prac KkNTI K in bi r rth ntreet ML T Kkhm mi W6te n I TAYLOR - Khv Jewelry Second Siren over Yeager DR H W GIBSON i rmrsh tax KkHMoNIi - suegeon KrN and 20 Sec- CHA HOOKER veteeikaey suegeox attoesets R SHACKELFORD ATTOEXEY AT LAW IiNIl Ki s l rtih STEPHEN I IARRISH KramrcKY stroke of had an ox a weajxm usd to arge on the tean a weapon about eiyht feet lonp wit ii a snarp iron at one end to a wide iron i puncture the or shovel at the other end with w hieh to scrape the chimp- - of soil from the plowshare Vet with t ic iroa pronp at one end of the ox poad and n am per at the other it was ich a weapon as one aroald desire to use in battle with armed lnihstines Bat om1 helpcii the farmer and ieav- ne oxen to look after themhe charjrol anon the invailers Koatie of the i of his honiesteaii mentarie- to atahe i easier for Khamgar safest that perhaps be of Eanaers into the t his ox foad only one of many id bat the Lord does not need any of you to help in making the scriptures and Shi mgar with the rode was mightier than iinst opeaed Shaaurar lengthened by open air and plow ncins and reapers arm toil u es the only weapon at hand and he twinge the in giaul up pray and that now with the iron pronir at one end of it now thrasting and the iron scraper at the other now brinfriog down the wliole ii upof the instrument on t the enemy Tne arc in a panic and the su itural forces come in and a blow nt under other circum or slain left ss entil when Sh innrar field be counted one hundred dead two hundred dt ad ad four ht ndred Â¬ i down under the Ihilistines the lie ATTOMSEY AT LAW rk done by an ox j ad aad aa iron itber The faaie of this awkward lie 4 weapon of war s him until he araa ilacc if power f rnier with an C 11 BRECK ATTOEXEY AT LA M and Israel Ki from plow what Soyoa see thai i in- ily man lifted of a le the n urhtr r m for the 1 A SULLIVAN ATTOEXEY AT LA II B al ieh aae at n all pis age I you and iod war of to use the weapon we did II I 1- 1- iir I A wait unil he could rt and part to llie happen to not get a war ATTOEXEY AT Rl II It sonel and Kl Mil KY the el war ree iment inp them into line coniicanc ge To wait s y W B KMITH ATTOEXEY AT LAW anrii - Kkhmom Kivum HKNAl 17 battle hold of e are called for 1 takes n nf that j J CA fcf ll LAW ATTOEXEYS Kl HMN - KlMUKV SE1TTAL ST7RGEFY WELBY Kli HMOM Office W BURGIN r BBXTiST oer A CasBSSSSal DR WILKES SMITH DESTAI SCmOBON - Richmond On 1 - Klmiky Main Street m urv r Office 3- - T L HAKIMS M I I kv Richmond n Kkntci lride 4 i and i -- rl a - to J ii m C to m J na iftv e in m r MORGAN Richmond f- i YATBB MEjrrji i - AVATS Kinthkv assM Bank - Mam Slrrei Msswaaal National p v srw AkELREES W s tWINE OF CARDUI life S8 wBB - I For - Dissases Fenla L SALNJnW aac-- 7 Old newspapers suitable for wrapping for sale at this office 25c a hundred ny of us bare not just the kind of weapon we would prefer It an sword or an argument It iua not be the spear of sh trp It may not be the wit ram of dt nui ciation Hut there is aoaaething are eaa e forces we can wield Iio not era it for what you have not but ii c what you have IVr- viii have not eloquence but yon have a Well a srniie of encour zed the behavior of n mnt ens of thousands of wanderers and broajrhl then be d and en- throaed theai in Uearem fan eae ikc a pcruisivc appeal but yon art aa rxaat a g ood exam- pie Bi tiian you could count in a year if on counted all the time Yon can not ji ii can give as much as the w of tiie impel whose two mites the of the Hebrews were wed in such spirit as to make her more famous than all the contribu tions that ever endowed all the hos- Â¬ pitals and univ all I hrisen dom of all time You have very lim ocahiiary but you can say yes or no antl a firm yes or an emno phatichas traverwl the centuries ami wili traverse all eternity with pood influence You may not have the courape to confront a larue Hsscinblape but yon can tell a Sutaav- class of two a boy and a pirl to find Christ and one of them may beeaaae a William Carey to start intluwill redeem India and her a Florence NightaagaJa who will illumine heltlifli lila umiied with inp and the dead That was a touph case in a tow a if England where a younp lady applying for a Sabbath school elate was told by the suiK rintendenc that she would hare to pick up one out of the street The worst of the clas brooght roin the street was one Hob He was fitted out with respectable cloth inp by the Hut after two or superintendent He three habhatha he disappeared was found with his clothes in tat- Â¬ ters for he had been tiphtinp The second time Hob was well clad for school After cominp once or twice he apain disappeared and found in raps consequent upon fiphtinp The teae isposed to him up but the superintendent said Iet us try him apain and the third suit of elothee was provided him Thereafter he came until he was con id joined the church and d for t e osjd ministry and haeaaBM a foreipn missionary preaeh inc and translating the Scriptrn s was the illustrious Dr Bohert Moiri t on earth and pr in Heaven Who his teacher was I know not but she used the oppor ned and great has lieen hei d You me ni be able to an Armstrong pun you may not be able to hurl a llote mar not k e a er a srlijt t hut use your han s on Try a bi hammer or a merchants jrai am or a carpenters plane or a housewifes broom or a the savin farmer ox goad One of the surprises deed the aggregation of their work Â¬ Â¬ i -- not have wrotipht such victory It was Omnipotence above and beneath aad back of and at the point of the ox poad Hefore that battle was over the plow- Â¬ man realized this and ail the SBO Ihilistines realized it and all who visited the battietield afterward appreciated it want in Heaven to hear the story for it can never be tully told on earth perhaps some day may lie set apart for rehearsal while all Heaven listens the story of how Iod blessed awk Â¬ ward and humble instrumentalities Many an evangelist has come ino a town given up to aroridUl The pastors say to the evangelist We are pin d you have come but it is a bard field and we feel sorry for you The members of our churches play progressive euchre and po to the theater and bet at the horse and iraity and fashion have taken possession of the town We have advertised your meetings but are not very hopeful Bod bless you This evangelist takes his place on platHe never grad anted at form or pulpit re and there are before him twenty gradamtes of the best universiHe never tixiK one lesson in elo ties cuticn and there are before him twenty trained orators Minv of the present are gradaates of the highest female seminaries and one slip in pranimar or one mispronunci Â¬ ation will result in sup riggle Amid the general chill that pervades the house the uniu evangelist iiis biile and takes for text Lord that my eyes may le opened Opera glasses in the gallery curiously icrutiniee he speaker He tells in n plain way the story of the man tell two or three teaching anecdotes and the general chill way before strange warmth A classical hearer who took t lie tirst honor at Vale and who is a prince of propriei ies finds his spectacles becoming dim with a moisture suggestive of tears A worldly mother who has i een bring ing up her sons and daughters in utter Godliness puts her hand Kerchief to her eyes aad begins to weep Highly educated men who came to criticise and pick to pieces and find fault bow on their pold headed canes What is that sound from nnder the gallery It is a sob and sons are catching and all along the wall and all ap and down the audience there is deep so emotion that when at the the of service anxious are invited to especial in inquiry the nines they come up ami kneel and repent and rise up pardoned the whole tow is shaken and places of evil anniMticnt are sparsely attended and mm boles lose their patrons and the churches are thronged and the wliole community i cleansed and ele-Â¬ vated and rejoiced What power did the relist bring to bear to capture that town for righteousness Not one brilliant epigram did he after Not one graceful gesture did he a alee Not one rhetorical climax did he pile ui Hut there was BOBsething about him that eople had not taken in the estimate when they prophesied the failure of that work They had not taken into the calculation the Omrunotence of the Holy Ghc st It was not the flash of a Ilamascus blade It was God before and behind and all around the ox poad When people say that crime will triumph and the world will never be converted beeaaae of the seeminp insufficiency of the means employed they count the im armed Philistines on one side and Shanipar the farmer awkwardly equipped on the other side not realiz inp that the chariots of God arc 0000 and thai all heaven cherubic seraphic archanpelie Delne is on what other wise would be the weak side a poleon the author of the saying Hod s on the si e of the heaviest artillery lived to find out his mistake for at Waterloo the b0 guns of the English overcame the JV puns of the French Ood is on the side of the right and one man in the ripiit will eventually be found stronger than tMassai in the wrong In all estimates of any kind of Christian work do not make tho mistake every day made of leavn g out the Head of the Unive se Apain my subject sprinps upon us the thought that in Godeeervice it is to use weapons that are particularly suited to us Shampar had like many of us lieen brought up on a farm He knew nothinp about jave lins ami bucKlers and helmets and breastplates and greaves of brass and catapults and balUatae and iron scythes fastened to tiie axles of Hut he was familiar with chariots tiie flail of the threshing floor and knew how to pound with that and the ax of the woods and knew how to new with that Ban the ox goad of the plow man and he knew how to thrust with that And you and I will do best to use those means that we can best handle those weapons with which we can make the most execution in Some Hods service will do best with the pen some with the voice some by extemporaneous speech for they have the whole vocabulary of tiie English languape half way between their brain and tongue and others w i 1 do best with manuscript ipiaBil out c fore them Some will serve Hod by c e plow raising u heat and corn an inp liberally of what they sell to churches and mi sion Mime as iner chants and out of their profits will dedicate a tenth to tiie Lord some as physicians prescribing for the worlds aiiments and some as attorne fending innocence and obtaining rights that otherwise would not be rec Â¬ ognized and some as sailors helping hridgi ud some as tcacheis and jKistors The kingdom of dreadfully by so many retarded of us atten linp to do that which we can r it do reachinp up for broadsword or falchion or bayonet cimeter or Enfield rifle or Paixhans gun while we oupht to be content wi h the ox goad thank God that are tens of th cuds of Christian whom you m of and ueret will hear of ee them high places of Heaven who are n a quiet wav in homes and m ud in pra Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ iverpowerinp the most ambitious sta- ist ies In the grand review of Heaven vhen the regiments pass the Lord of Hosts there will be whole resi- nents of BUI sea and Sabbath school teachers and tract distributors arm unpretending workers before whom BJ they pass the kinps ami queens of Hod and the Iamb will lift Bush tag coronet and boy dowa in re- opnition and reverence The most of the Christian work for the worlds reclamation and salvation will be done bv people of one talent and two talents while the ten talent people are up in the astronomical observatories studying other worlds though they do little or nothing for the redemption of this world or are up in the rarified realms of Higher Criticism trying to find out that Moses did not write the Penta Â¬ teuch or to prove that the throat of the whale was not large enough to swallow the minister who declined the call to Nineveh and apologizing for the Alasighty for certain inexplicable things they have found in the Scriptures It will be found out at the last that the Krupp guns have not done so much to capture this world for God as the ox goads Years ago I was to summer in the Adirondacks and my wealthy friend who was a preat hunter and fisherman said I am not going to the Adirondacks this season and you can take my equipment and I will send it up to Well it was there Iuil Smiths when I arrived in the Adirondacks a splendid outfit that cost many hun dreds of dollars a gorgeous tent and such elaliorate fishing apparatus such puns of all styles and of exquisite make and reels and pouches and bait and tor hes and lunch baskets and many more things that I eoukl not even guess the use of And my friend of the big soul had even written on and engaged men who should accompany me into the forest and carry home the deer and the trout If the mountains could have seen and understood it at the time there would have been panic among the antlers and the fins through all the John Browaa Tract Well I am no hunter and not a roe buck or a game fish did injure Hut there were hunters there that season who had nothing but a plain pun and a rug to sleep on and a coil of fishing line and a box of ammunition and bait who came in ever and anon with as many of the captives of forest and stream as they and two or three attendants coud I Now carry fear that many Christian workers who have most elaborate educational and theological and pofcssonal equipment and most wonderful weaponry sufficient yon would think to capture a whole community or a whole nation for God will in the Last Day have but little ex cept their fine taeklinp to show while some wh had no advantapes except thai which they pot in prayer and consecration w ill by the souls they have brought to the shore of eternal safety prove that they have been gloriously successful as fishers of men and in taking many who like the hart were panting aft r the water brooks What made the Amalekites run liefore Oideons army Each one of the armv knew how much racket the breaking of one pitcher would make So three hundred men that nipht took three hundred pitchers and a lamp inside the pitcher and at a given signal the lamps were lifted and the pitchers were violently dashed dowa The flash of the light and the racket of the three hundred demol- Â¬ ished pitchers sent the enemy into wild Bight Not much of a weapon you would say ia a broket pitcher hut the Lord made that awful o ash of crockery the means of triumph for His people And there is yet to be a batÂ¬ tle with the pitchers Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power Govt Report WHALES IX MOUNTAINS Queer Quest of a Prospector Above the Sea LsveL A YYhnle Unearthed In the streeta of lo Angeles Monster Kiih Tlmt Had Iteen Incased In Ice for Age How They tiot There EXPECTANT MOTHERS Unftfe Baking PURE BLEW UP A Offer V KLTKDY w is si of 5 s f Life i Moth er aad Child Powder ABSOLUTELY Boatload of Nitroglycerin nited Near Parkersburg Ig- Â¬ MOTHERS FRIEND Robs Confinement of its effort to escape from the Henderson jail Decoration Hay ceremonies at Shel byville were under the auspices of Cur The procession ran Hope Host O A was headed by the Shelby Cornet band and the graves of the union soldiers in Grove Hill cemetery were covered with flowers A Tannine wind storm accompanied by hail and rain passed through the vicinity of Hartford the other day cominp from the east It was the most severe storm that has been there since the cyclone several years ago Boofa were torn off trees uprooted others being twisted off at the ground The wheat crop was laid flat with the ground The Allen circuit court convened at Scottviile There are two mur- Â¬ der cases on the criminal docket Yankee Robertson for one against the killing of Hlake and the other against Lee Foster for killing Jim Fikes at Scottviile about five weeks apo Mt Cakmei reports that cutworms are still at work At Danville Town Marshal Frank Ellis of Junction City who shot and killed Henry Murphy was held over for further trial without bail A YorNoman giving the name of Charles S Wilson and claiming to rep- Â¬ Co resent the firm of CoagaHa publishers of New York city has been traveling through Mason county esfor tablishing agencies charpinp sample outfits Those who took agencies are still waiting for their samples Carrie Jones while having a tooth extracted at Lancaster the other day died of fright Mrs Wiii is Davis shot herself dead in Halfway Allen county a few days ago Her husband hail come home drunk from a lop roll inp The young wife was less than twenty and hail been married five months Mai T J Hatchkk of Lancaster has lost by death his fine greyhound imported from Fome Italy It was valued at 8500 An L v N train killed him Â¬ I was once invited says a writer in the San Francisco Gall to p ashing with a friend of pcolopical leanings who assured me that we would take some fish that would surprise me in the matter of weight I joined hint early in the morning and found to my aston Paii Koiro aaa Ksk M I My wife used ore lurth ifter I SiTIII lev tier A Loss of Nearly One Hundred Thou- Â¬ sand Dollars to the City I On Itlonn tit itnmi ia Thr I rn ihlr Ai rilnt the Kanawha Valley Near Mala Man on th lout Wax litieil Street Cause Not Known CONDENSED Gathered NEWS From All Parts of the Coontrr by Telegraph department The drought and hot weather has seriously endanpered Indiana crops Another surplus has been figured out for the month of June by the treasury Indianapolis is threatened with a water famine as a result of the pro lonpt d drought The grand jury made a report con- Â¬ demning the methods of running tho Terre Haute jail The Chinese in Formosa are expected to de ert their works as soon as tho Japanese arrive There are rumors in Washington that Melville F Stone may succeed Secretary fiiilliBBI Hrice iorman and Whitney are said to have organized to prevent Clev- Â¬ elands renomination A firebup has made a confession in New York implicating about a dozen insurance adjusters Argentine Republic is making active preparations for a war with Chili over the boundary dispute Two brothers in Hike county Ind fought with shot guns and four by stunders were wounded A railroad will shortly be built from Pickens Randolph county Va to Ad- Â¬ dison Webster county W Va The cause of the wreck of the Co lima in which IM people were killed is said to be a badly packed cargo A crazy woman at Ellsworth Neb committed suicide by pouring gaso Â¬ line on her clothes and setting it on Anil your husband isnt angry be- Â¬ cause you want to po to the country two months Not at all he is really glad1 Then I wouldnt go l4a geude Hiatter KENTUCKY STATE NEWS message from Hal A TFTrriioNK sell reports a tremendous cloudburst which did preat damape to crops Allen J Taylors fine stock farm was damaged at least 51000 and the dam ape done within a radius of a mile 000 to is variously estimated at from 510 000 Fences were destroyed bridges floated away and a great deal of stock fire was drowned Allen 1 Taylor lost a ieorge W Hrown inventor of the tine blooded mare corn planter died at lalesburg 111 son of Vol Sunday aged 79 years He invented year-old Waitkk the tho Thompson of the Glades precinctnear planter in 1S53 McKinney mistook wild parsnips for Lisler Witherspoon of angelica and ate some of the herb and county Ky recently sold to Woodford the Sweet died an hour later Water Tenn Milling Co 0000 bush- Â¬ Mt tiiKAi reports very poor wheat els of old wheat at 75 cents prospects The fight for the late Secretary of Pail I thieves are pestering Stone State tireshams place seems to have Lick people narrowed down to a content between Tup eighth annual session of KenAssistant Secretary Dal and Ambassa- Â¬ tuckys aaataaqua will be held at dor Bayard Lexington duly rj Chairman Carter of the republican The fiscal court of Fayette county national committee says that the 37 t more miles of pike at has boupht party will stand for the free coinage of a cost of vi0O0 silver and gold at a fixed ratio under It is believe that James Henson of certain conditions Samaria is a victim of foul play He While Albert Kinney a McLean left his home for Leslie county about county Ky farmer wes carelessly four weeks ago intending to spend a handling a shotgun it was discharged month visiting relatives and hunting killing his daughter and and now he cant be found slightly wounding his wife A n ttif occurred on Straight Creek The Cleveland doctors are much inter- Â¬ fifteen miles from Pineville in which ested in what they believe to be a case Long John Hellon was killed and Jim of leprosy which has been found in Belcher and Clarence Johnson were that city The victim is Mary Carlin badly wounded Those on the other of Lester street 16 years old were tieo Taylor Jim Taylor Fire In a Scotland Colliery John Arnett and a woman Sarah GrifEdinburgh June 3 A shaft in the fith who can handle a Winchester w ith the best of men The Helton Fifeshire colliery caught fire Saturday crowd was surrounded and fired upon toorning and is still burning Nine They returned the persons have already died from injuries from ambush received in trying to escape fire and think some of the Taylor crowd were wounded and carried to To Save Time the mountains The battle grew out Collector You would oblige me very of a series of lawsuits and a contro- Â¬ much if you would straighten up this versy between Johnson and the Tay lors over the possession of some prop-Â¬ little account to day Mr Meeks You will have to see my erty wife she always attends to those matThe dead body of Lazarus Vinson ters 1 know she does but I xillector 75 was found in the middle of the came to you to economize time and 111 O viaduct in street under the C Hampton Mr Vintons home was in throw off forty percent in the start Wayne county West Virginia about Pittsburgh Dispatch 30 miles up Hip Sandy river He was Flrt Aid to the Injured an extensive lumber dealer and a big What was that explosion I heard a He was last seen in Cat land owner lettsburg which is one mile from few moments ago asked the head of where he was found It is thought he the house One of Miss Charlottes pneumatic has met w ith foul play Jackson is rapidly coming to the alee res was blown up too tight and front as a market for staves At least burst sir replied the servant Ive just telephoned for two surgeons the am- Â¬ 50000 came down on the late tide Judge At Danville John Kineaitl died from bulance and seven reporters the effects of stab wounds said to have On to lllui been inflicted by Tom Jones Mrs Stryver We had a most enjoy- Â¬ At Henderson the Hodge Tobacco able time at Mrs Hunters pink tea manufactory owned by Edward Jonas Count Tedout was there and kept us was destroyed by fire Loss 50000 on mystified for an hour with his tricks building and machinery and 810000 on with the cards Mr Stryver dryly He kept us mys- Â¬ stock nearly covered by insurance tified with em for three months at the Wm Elliotts stemmery and warehouse club but were on to him now N Y also burned with a loss of 550000 cov World ered by insuranoe The mercury climbed to 94 degrees Almost a Hint at Louisville the other day He What would you do if I were to As evangelist was fined in Lincoln county the other day for using obscene give you a kiss She Id call for mamma to come language in the pulpit After a she went out shop John Swanaoas a colored prisoner ping awhile ago and hasnt got back was clubbed to death in a desperate - Tors ssiftiava Â¬ 1 Â¬ S 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Va June 1 At afternoon a boat load of nitroglycerin variously estimated at from 73 to 133 cans attempted to tie up at the mouth of the Little Kanawha of this city river The officers am the boat them prevented started up the Kanawha When about a quarter of B mile up right op posite this city and in the midst of its factories and near the leading busi Â¬ ness street the boat was being steered into Nc als Kun when an obstruction was struck and the entire hundred or more cans of nitroglycerin expbxled with terrific force For six squares nearly every busi ness boase has suffered los from SLliO to 3000 each Several of the sc lool buildings are badly shattered the win dows and doors being broken and twisted out of shape Thousand of panes of plass are broken The Methodist Episcopal church the Catholic church the Presbyterian church the Episcopal the courthouse Kellys foundry Parkersburg mill and a large number of other establishments are badly damaped So far as known but one man the one who was mi the boat was killed Three bouses scross the Kanawha ware blown to pieces The steamer Heath erinpton and three barges are budly damaped Tiie force of the shock was felt for a mile Chimneys were blown down and windows broken all over the city Several ladies in a chapel were badly cut with glass Scores of men and women have wounds of more or less set kmsneaa l It would not e surprising if the loss from Saturday nights nitroglycerin explosion far exceeded thcestimste of S10COOO made in the earlier reports Instead of 200 quarts letting go it is stated that son quarts were in the skiff when the explosion occurred To a stranger who did not know what had occurred the tirt impression would be that the town had passed Along the through a bombardment river front there is not a building in which there ia a whole window not only is the glass pone but the sa hes are torn entirely out while such a thing as a door is unknown Of the inhabitants it is doubtful if there HH are who have not suffered some loss and there is probably not a home in the city or suburbs where there ia not been more or les- - destruction There has not a reatige of the cins containing the explosive nor of the skiff upon which it was loaded when picked up though many pieces of tlesh of Robert Ooaiey of Pittsburgh the unfortunate man who was rowing the skiff have been found miles from the beetle of the accident The cause of the explosion is not known but Mr Hendricks of So ith Parkersburg who was watching the skff as it ayaa slowly making its vay tip the river says that a moment before the explosion the man in charge of the boat appeared to lock his otrs pick up a cloth dip in the river shake it out and spread it back on the deck As he did so Mr Hendricks noticd a small flash immediately after which the house was torn from its founda Â¬ tion by a mighty shock and that he himself was thrown many feet and stunned into almost unconsciousness It is thought that the cans became overheated from the intense heat of tiie sun and that when the man suddenly cooled one of them the shock Was so sudden that the stuff gsve way Shot liy Her Steplrot her Chicaoo June Alma von Glann who was wounded Saturday night by Wm Kick her stepbrother- - died Sun day afternoon at her home where the shooting was done Hick was in love with his stepsister and quarrelled with her about receiving the attention of other young men Words passed between the two Saturday nicht and the girl told him she would never marry him The man drew a revolver and the girl ran He shot and she fell Ie claims that he drew the revolver to frighten his sister and that it was dis- Â¬ charged by accident 630 Saturday Parkersisi ko W Â¬ Â¬ ment that he was equipped v ith a pickax and shovel in place of a split bamboo and instead of entering the water we climbed a high mountain in the vicinity and fished with the txils digging out some fine specimens of fossil fish that in the long walk home more tlum equaled my expectations in the way of weight Fishing on dry land may strike a layman as surprising but whaling in a mountain range four or five thousand feet above the sea seems more remarkable and can be enjoyed by the earnest seeker after novelties Not long since in cutting through some of the streets of Los Anpeles the laborers came uon the skeleton of a whale its gigantic bones reaching away beneath a house showing that here at one time the ocean that is now twenty miles away rolled and the largest of liviup animals swam A most remarkable sipht was that seen in the mountain north of Loa Anpeles some years apo A prospeetor in walking in the range in search of gold was suddenly amazed at seeing a landslide had exposed the bones of a gigantic animal One of the most remarkable whales for its size was discovered in the flank of the Monte Iulpnaseo one of the Ap peunines It was 1200 feet from the base of the mountain and leneath a deposit of lino feet BBggestrreof the enormous time that has elapsed since tin- whale swam in its native element It had died and dropped to the bottom the bones lying there some time as shown by oyster shells attached to the vertebra Then came the tremendous upheaval that raised the o and its contents high in the air forcing the water away Another skeleton was found 1 00 feet III Willi the summit of the aaaae mountain One of the nruist remarkable occur rences relating to whiles on dry land Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sent by Mail or I ers in KRllir lllil KKGILtTOK Hi SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS tier bottle ixir I WLDouclas 3SH0Er aa CORDOVAN AW34350 kENCH IS THE BEST IT FOR A KIIS S ENAMEUF 3 CALF FS CAlFSrAVAPta 3SP POLICE3 50es BCYSSCHCOISHCES - 2So2WCRKN6MEN 2l7LADIEi4l L3- - 92 BesT0NIOs 7S r- can say nothing about my practice Over Ono Million People wear the that is not the publijs business The W L Douglas 3 4 Shoes work here is not a private one but Alt our shoes are equally satisfactory nil practice is different and the dtii They wive the best value for the money tlciit little doctor went lack to her polly hey equal custom tho in style un i fit i hslr wearing qualities mre unsir w ips stamped on sola The prices are uniform Such a nervous shy slender little Prom f i MTtjul over other fv bacilli expert Why how s he can face Jf your dealer cannot supply you wt I practitioner later SENDro-t- on I DC3LJC a- t3 JACK F33EHA1T Eichmcnd pSNSwSSS 2r MISS ANNA lUlUU TORY IX THE LABORA- Â¬ 1 the germ of diphtheria boldly wipe out of existence the essence of phthisis interview cholera mien les an take minute examinations f y low ever gerrns is more thai r day-can imagine But ba rilli dont ask quos tiot is and microbes of tuberculosis dont care whether it is a WOUBBB or a man who views them through the micro- Â¬ 1 i l ryou imagine Â¬ means so much triors thai serious and fatal diseases result ir trilling ailments neglected Don t play with Aature s greatest gift health If you are feeling in Poor Health Browns cs- - scope Miss Williams is twenty five years of age a bundle of nerves big sleeves and TST- - lwB8et THE WHALE IV THE HKIO shyness She is appointed for a year The assistants in the laboratory are paid from 1300 to 31800 per annum She receives And she baa a fa- Â¬ miliar acquaintance with every kind of a microbe rlron Bitters Dyspepsia r i i cure- ties Ins Hc J - bo it tit pleasan Utitc the DIBCOTttnra i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cleveland was Weather mad Sunday The Detroit street car line transported 20000 people to the lake beach resorts aud every one who could pet out of the city c id so The oflicial thermometer at the weather office marked 90H deg but street instruments were as high as 100 deg It was the hottest day this city has had to end tire for several years Not a breath was stirring and the heat was simply sickening No fatalities are reported Â¬ A Hot Day in CiEVElAMi June leveland Bardesty Lima Poison Himself Rock Ark June 3 J evidently a man of a education and refinement was found dead on the outskirts of the city Sunday Coroner Walter held an inquest the verdict being that he died of poi- Â¬ son administered with his own hanis with suicidal intent A letter addressed to his wife Mrs Carrie B Hardestliuffalo K Y was found on his per- son Warning to Young Men waeobeerred and chronicled byCapt Pendleton at Deception island While lying near a cliff of ieesiiii fed or more in height be saw a vast berg some 1600 feet in length and 109 feet in height break off from the ice cliff and fall with a terrific concussion into the water When the berg assumed its level the observers saw to their astonish ment protruding from the ice a huge whale of the iBlphai bottom variety It was over IM feet above the masthead of the ship standing out in bold relief presenting a marvelous speta cle and arousing much comment among the superstitious sailors who consid ered it little less than a miracle that a whale should be seen in such a position The whale had in some way been im Â¬ prisoned in the crg and was frozen solid a portkm breaking off and falling which the whalers secured How old the specimen was they could form no idea Mammoth meat has bean pre served this way for thousands of jf BIB and it was assumed that the whale seas very old The lash was bo perfectly preserved that the men fried out eight or ten barrels of oil from it and the birds bears and other animals fed for a long time on its remains which were Some whalers found left on the ice the skeleton and some of the tlesh of a large whale on Happed isiand M feet or more from high water mark and a mile and a half from the water It is easy to understand how large whales are now resting on the summits of mountains where the earth has been thrown up in huge ridges anil the sea turned back but how whales in the flesh could be conveyed there was a puzzle to many It is however easily accounted for Thus the shipShcerwater sighted in the Antarctic waters a large berg in which 1000 feet from the water was a w hale nearly all of its body standing out in tiold relief The explanation was that about a certain island near the south pole a wall of ice had formed down upon which snow from the neighboring cliffs bud blown and accumulated pushing the ice down deeper and deeper until finally by sinking it was 100 or 200 feet thick Onto this submerged ice field a large whale was blown or washed be Â¬ coming encased in ice and slowly froÂ¬ zen in Finally an off shore gale de tached the ice tieM and it blew off as a berg and broke up The lower portion melted and finally the ice tipped over and the embedded whale was carried 00 or 800 feet beneath the surface By melting and other losses the lerg again turned and the great ice moun Â¬ tain was soon rising grandly in the air with the whaie pr jecting from it a pazzle to those who were not familiar with the various methods of ice forma-Â¬ tion in the Antarctic islands Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE MARKETS Fioyr familv Winter patent n f IM 1NNATI q 3 June It Cures Kidney and Liver in fnriiy fai - wim r wheat belt bail a ilepressmc effect upou values ta both tee SSSB markets rinl specula- Â¬ tive values Ni red uialsrsoM at stic re ruck Cobb- - Sales No I whist ssM at No I D yellow ear at 54tc Wheat Predfetloasof rains throughout the U SVJ3TU rye spring f f Clnt imf isn Aiaiaria V iiia Troubles Rajl Rfssil omens complair Nervous aiment TSSw 3 Mc lid SSSVsS ed track sold at irk 31c - sSsjsy V - M0 one Too KTB 1 Be Bsarhel hi nommally steady at on tnnk f r N E Kood shippe 4 butchers butchers flT Cattle- - Market iVi 1 SUB and weakTiia -- Fair to choice City Property tsou to con Hois Market slow Tijjiur lower Ituteher4 ckers HV tafc good liirht MJI aaBMU and rou h atis Vkai i vi vks Marie fair to koo1 extras fxoO common and I extra 5 10 n IFORi Sheep a sd Lambs Sheep Market dull and lower iMi to caou e J TVtS common to 73 4 On fair SIS Jr choice Lai I Market slow and weak extra BYnsjtM to choice 430 j5 50 common to fair 50ta M -- 9 SALE I have a Fine New Resilience situated on Broailwiy and some very 423 ents UttBBw Cash quotations Flour firm Winter pat- Â¬ 373 4U0 sprint patents SM a wheat 7J f0c No S red No 2 corn No No t waii 3 white 3Hc ITa ITS Wits No 2 barley Chicago June I tcsBsas t a DESIRABLE LOTS on different streets in the best neihlier ls in town public corners e Icr livery Stables Mule Sheds Stck reus or Manu factories or further description call i n I Good to choice shipping i3i medium to iruod 1423 47 ci mmon 4 Ml Cattl India nafolis Ind June I 135a hn e445u463 BsjassA Shbip Spring lambs Hogs Good to choice medium and tteavr mixed 4302446 choice lights Baltimore June red spot and June 8taWstc July mil SOc August 0 Mc September steamer So- 2 red 57a37c south Â¬ ern by sample 81 83c Cokn Mixed spot 66i35Sc June 3Sa asked July SSSc September 3 o7c Oats No I white western 37 4 38c No 2 1 M 12009400 choice to extra yearlings ta30q 400 good sheep fc 7J H IOWH ax Office Wheat No 2 - TaBLERSDII BUCKEYE CURES A SURE mixed do 34 Rte Market inactive OINTMENT riiiU I BTB CO NOTHING BUT PILES BEST REMEDY for PILES BOTD DTALL ItrKJHiJESSS known for IS years as the and CERTAIN CURE lilt I JfST ST LOTTO SSswst B basinets Co ml icted for j Our Office is Opposite aveats and Trade Marks otminad and all Pat- - J KNOWLEDGE Shei iiyvii IE Ind June J Vicelljs Springer aped Id died here Sunday li-ternoon from the effects of cigarette smokinp Hefore death he requested his young friends to quit this habit Heavy tiale in Iowa Dal Moines Ia June 3 A haairi pale visited Sioux City and vicinuv Saturday nipht the wind reaching ia miles an hour but there were uu cv clonic demonstrations In at the Death Mrs Baahley Oh we had a dreadful time when I took tr ird bill t that young man in the hall room us for six weeks lie said le might as well die this tlrae and D hi b the paik tide Mr llashley it Mrs Hashley time for sapper anxiously Xo Pu Did fa he was ba Brings comfort and improvement ami PHETTY MICR03E EXPERT tends to personal enjoyment when Miss Anna Williams of BJaaa York sad rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ Her Peculiar Vrk ter than others and enjoy life more with Such a shy diffident little woman expenditure by more promptly only five feet high with hands ju adapting the worlds best products to enough to lift the big bottles off the the needs of physical being will attest shelves and bright eyes which look as the value to health of the pure liquid if they could see the friskiest of mi laxative principles embraced in the erobea even without the aid of a magly Syrup of Fl nifying g Miss Anna WilIts excellence is due to its presenting liam the young woman who a in the form most acceptable and pleasDr Hriggs of the bacteriological labor- ant to the taste the refreshing and truly atory of the board of health to find beneficial propertiea of ansffbat lax- Â¬ out whether the perms of tubercu ative ly cleansing the system cholera or diphtheria are most ramind permanently curiie pageous within the city limits lion to millions and She was very busy when u New York It has giv met with val of the medical Advertiser man went to a profession cans it acts on feminine without wen k She was whisking about the sunny y ree froni eninc room with its broad windows rows of long tables First fill a preai crystal bowl n naai and wrinkle up her bros mouth down at the corners if it was pure and unadulterated then she would fly to the incubator big shining metal cases wh ibatitute if ouertti US and we can secure parent in leas tunc than those J model drawing or photo with descrip- Jtioo We adese if patantaole or not free o J i charge Our fee not due till patent is secured I A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patestt with cost of same in the U S and toreiin cwuttnes J e fscnt tree Address Pstent Office Op mocckatc ecs CASNOWCOj f Patent Orncc Washington D C r sVsVrVciaF riOTfH sTi Tf r m BaanasnanW aani CAjJ I OBTAIN A PATENT t For a aa hone t i m in write to whoi nnrasues ia the patent bo-r-- se sytctly eonHoVntai A liatiiUouk of la-- SiWi acCO pa awff un out r u c- COPYRIGHTS a1 w T ms u rl cbook isj a raurms ana siloes lis aa inniiawo BBBH weesry Can - rv hiti rfSSs snd wtrb- - T96utT9 Kaudirw BI i lissiassjtsTlL Ufnl Vklaavaaaa Baa bfvsp with plan J THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY m i J CXI of vruta yun claims Harri K rut BBMB host- - Walker of XVlv ar load fif iat hog at In i Net Meaty Kaeaga ffenrv S Hale Sute Treasuter and candidate for Auditor was in Bah uiomi court day fie said the reason fie make tiie change that the State did not keep money enough in the Treasury to please him He is a spot cash man He says the State bag about 3110000 Ivorrowed all the time Mij Hale advises against the silver agitation in Kentucky Maj I - V alm siat Br Brown ha nBBn in office li James R StouMer bought the lannan UtBa and haw never set on a case wtmmmwtmmBtmumcmi m Mild gfitTRA Fine on Main street near li at public f Hume iV Silver Mk salef rAMlt Two story tit ick residence 1 on their distillery old hut in good condition THIS rJTJJiS fplilgS IBtnCta CDNWIf StfOttW T M hMtKMM new vqwm Barney Kelly bought the I r Taylor W utt afrrLarrrl siRll With tin- ins men all fay and the storehouse on Second street adjoining lsraJBWiB ABSOLUTELY PURE ii fol ill night tin- - twu is a howl- - his tare business houses at public sale 15 THE OLD RELIABLE fiarney w enis to have made l up his mind to own the entire square laraJamiS ii cfoiin r Win ficaji 7tie Miller of luiil Prices oi real estate arc yet low 18 overcome jfcl JS rtfJB tlie entile Uocff heat at Ford Wednesday Prulialde llivisieu fioa Tctfiing uld the contemplated division of M Kayliuni is dangerously ill at the Kpiscopal Dieeeee of Kentucky be Has stood the Ttst ol Tlao ime in Richmond and baa been ZFntnhfiim consummated Bishop Dudley a until oe MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED cupv the western division greatly to the r3 mnD i7f3 eh S Graham a bridge enoaeoj regret of his numerous admiren in Cen- ciurt day Sirti fc comnencina MAY 10 50 iii Trfll mm in Iiad a ad ttl by tral Kentucky It is probable that Bee White iv Gibson better luisiness timber at Kuril oa the z7th ult W i Mctready of Wnpoft would Ih ftlhS B L Middleton not so giKxl rr WHAT IT MEANS Wallace A Mice In tter than last June Sewby thi county male Bishop oi the eastern division He J S Si the entile cloien out if you is an able ami eloquent man and a N B Deatberapre better pike near his hnme OK CARLISLE s SECRETARY IIEFIMTION IV of Judge C S French of Win- Â¬ Voriea Bran a hom1 day when li lead from FREE AMI INI1M1TEII COINAOE CHCe lH icant BARGAINS comc chester former Judge of the Common ieorge Willging fairly gKI m irilrrHi Eree and unlimited coinage of full M B Arhuckie A 06 good fleas Court E K rksville Presbv silver dollars at the ratio of IH ajSJllflJiBJl cftoice Terry I lagans drug store very good Tin- - MM at lenaa come to tfie liijfit fifacey rrli will IxTrv to 1 means that our law shall be so fBmgJfftUB Allen A Todd no good DBenentJnn Day at Beeee was a success afternoon and evening changed that any owner of silver bullion Taylor Bros fair Not less than two thousand paonlo pres- Â¬ may send it to the mints and have it Shackelford Gentry fitter trade the CINCINNATI CHEAP STORE ent Speeches by Chant John Wilson oi coined at the public expense into dolCovintrton Arnold A Bros splendid h C White and Estill county the hero of LaoboBt Moun lars each contains Y1 grains of standard appointed in l i - i i by the tain J T Wood of Virginia Mrs far business A FEED Proprietor FIRST ST RICHMOND KY silver the dollars when coined to be de- Â¬ E V Filler trade much better ivi tle completed lock President Proof and others The livered to the owner of the bullion B W Turner tine trade kirksvilie and Meuelaus pike dinner included hard tack and coffee and all the people of the Cnited States to be com pel hid bv law to receive them liikps anil Hiking uratmrni massed in memory ol old times on the field nj j gj If BT rpjJJ Eg M i as dollars in the payment of debts al- Â¬ ard to remark here Everybody gladly greeted everybody There is not a lady bicvele rider in rid no unpleasant incident marred though not lntrinscally worth more than It is not known BBbI HnHB Bichmond 50 cents each The lh S 10 grains of iraves of friend and be wore favor of free the day Joe iiunchigliani collided w ith a sharp alike decorated standard gold contained in a gold dollar rock and got a barn door puncture in NEW ADVERTISEMENTS is worth 100 cents or the oquivalent of the front tire of his SHHI Columbia Madison liiuuty Fair Hamilton widow of the late MO cents all over the world in silver John Arnold ordered a high grade two Moatajl iinerv coiin- Bv virtue of a war At a meeting ol the Madison County OI LECTORS SALE standard countries as well as in gold Academy ml isiied by the ollector of the Eighth w indow near Athens in Fair Association held yesterday Jacob months ago hut all the bike factories are District Of Kentmky in fivor of the tnited Col Jack Gilbert was in town Monday standard countries anil it is worth just States TRainvt S A I oyl- - for taxes due the g- tar behind with orders and he is yet ty Friday night ami was W Ib rndon was elected President will and 25 for cost to ernment doing up the hoys as is his custom as much before it is coined as afterward Saturday amounting 1805 26536q oclock a m at I Diafoot ties and T J Curtis V Prea it 15 grains ot standard silver tillcry No June near fera Matlion CMMjr Ky a hut the 41 ieorge Simmons sits as erect as the Thev do sav Jack can play chess like ill rotary J B Chenatlt n1iUr- I lr n hidrit t nmm Ui rh hiLh - at Silver Creek bare contained in a silver dollar are not worth kll tnvtallion one jray horse 8 years fj mark 7 years ok rer T T Coington T S Hagan middle man in a minstrel troupe when professional am r W S Hume anvwhere iu the world more than about old nine hogs to Jersey hulK one copper still ea biking Mr and Mrs W J Howell of Louisplkwn of BftMoBS ji put the statement in a tapuit tn 69 ivt-r the and Term- - rish whisky lee thousand H H Colyer J B Walker W F rwimi in hand lcht When the craze sulisides bicycles ville and Mrs Win Rice of Stanford X cents Or to Powers Direct THOMAS AUSTIN r sky and Burnam Bennett ditferent form 16 pounds of silver can remarked a thoughtful are guests of Mrs- - Sarah McCollom on June 3 1095 Deputy Collector Htn uist Ky Unanimous resolved to hold a I davs will lie cbeaMT sand not lie exchanged for observer But that same remark was East Main street fair beginning July 33rd 1 one room ok ooin TO U0AN AN ENDLESS VARIETY I winsome in purses made concerning tyjie writers fifteen In the trots and r Banker J Stone Waiker has returned IV I arrard comity has and premiums renra ago and they are no cheaper now from Texas Southwestern breezes and Anywhere in the world but it requires At a low rate of interest for a term of 11 I A 1 1 1 I NX L than then promise by W F- business evidently agreed with him ashe about SS pounds of silver to procure one ears on good farm property For infor IhmiicralK iint iilitin But some nation apply to Forty rive thousand people assembled pained 18 pounds avoirdupois pound of gold everywhere he - nominated on S POWELL IQ CHAS Tin Saturday alonir the way in Chicago and vicinity to 46 FOKTHK one mav say that this is not a fair stateMr Alex Bush formerly a resident of ment because it measures the value of icii hints repented in the various precincts met in conven see Pworak tide a twenty mile race Bichmond late of Hopkinsville but silver by gold The answer to this obMing hour and tion Monday and were called to order by The distance was covered in V seconds LOOK now ol Louisville spent Sunday here W Bafea A J T Fish was electe1 In a single mile dash Dworaks jection is that the statement does not rale per much ei is travelling for a shoe house He has Searcy chair secrrtaty and Hon attempt to measure the value of either of mile would not lie remarkable but to run re man in motion of Prof W E Wallace the entire twenty miles without stopping Mr W Grant Berry of Lexington the metals but simply to compare them THAN ANY OTHFR HOUSE IN one ot the announced candidates Hon and that over an ordinary road is indeed iornaerly a livery stable proprietor in this one with the other and that for the pur Katr id latntu aad Jraaeis John C Chenault was nominated b ac wonderful On a tine track a New York place but for years a shoe drummer pose of making the comparison the value CENTRAL KENTUCKY Iaiut I ik wi clamation as lcpresentative to the Gen- Â¬ cvclist recently rode a single mile in less was here Saturday taking orders of gold is determined by its purchasing ty the Kith a lot of eral Assembly and a resolution recom WE HAVE IN STOCK AN IMMayor and Mrs T T Otviogton ac- Â¬ power in the markets of the world and than two minutes oral the rate of thirty iiieinling Hon John Goodloe as Mate one miles an hour That is good rail- companied by their visitors Misses Marie the value of silver is determined in the lis MENSE LINK OF Senator to enceend himself was unani road time and Virginia Messic took in the Kst i same way Sixteen pounds of silver lapvovtd a large amount of money in Iinested mously adopted FROM WHICH WE CAN SUIT The editor of the XlXAX ran over to Springs Excursion and report a nice time bullion will purchase only about one half retnmed from the Winchester in 21 boors and returned in mf EVERT PERSON Central I aiti ril I ti in Fount Bice Jr cashier of the Atlanta the quantity of OOnMMOditiei anywhere lerwent iperaMENS YOUTHS AND CHILDRENS JnS The Li It coiiimeiicement of Central 2 hours and twenty minutes Consolidated Street Railwav Company that one pound of gold bullion will purally he is im- W K Nelson of Silver Creek came was in the city Satnrday and will spend chase and this purchasing power is the Iniversity will take place next week lUicalanreate sermon Sunday June through Bichmond one day bat week some time with relatives in the county true test ot their actual and relative val1 ML BTj 1 Krrere Kawfea ier lines He left home ues In the United States lti pounds of 9tli in eollece chapel at in a in by on his way to Frankfort Mr WT Richardson of Junction City - of clan at ii a in and reached Frankfort at 12 has gone home having visited his par- silver coined into dollars will now pur Â¬ Bev F I Uenttie i D oi Lonnrrille wed rt The like c pound ot gold Also Shoes Sli pers Dry Goods He is V M C A by Bev J S stopping half hour in Lexington Sermon to 1 ents Mr and Mrs T W Richardson this chase as much as one 111 Madison county The on- of the fastest riders in the Blue grass coins but this would not be the case iust tlie week lielore mv saw mill burned - I D at First Presbyterian church place He formerly lived here and met I am needing moncv now and will sell the oonrl under a system of free and unlimited these goods There are si or seven cycle agencies many of his old friends at R THAT VK ARE MAKING IT AT coinage on individual account The Cotiipetitive military drill review and in Bichmond Dr J L Sutphin a prominent dentist coinage of silver dollars here has lieen Silver Creek has the two fastest riders Bnanftrd Oat parade at 4 oclock Monday afternoon of Clarksville Tennessee was a guest limited by law for the purpose of pre- REGARDLESS Of COST in the county except Mitch who circled 10th on college campoa rt of Claims matter tins June over Sunday at Hotel Glyndon He venting an excessive issue and thev in the Rockies two vears ago Address to Alumni Association ut all the correspondence occasional tours through the Blue i I keep a large stock have been coined by the Government oa Core and see them The Fountain Terry cycle races at Iou makes 8 oclock bj ether with chapel Monday night at grass just for recreation of Groceries Hare ware Tinware and i its own account and paid out for public isville attracted great crowds and some usually kept in a first class rial news that our nuiner- - Mr W B Shackelford P Armer arrived yesterday purposes as dollars of full value and eon everything Mm I records were broken Country Meeting of Board of Curators at 9 general merchandise store in Winchester will have interesting races evening from Richmond Ky and will seipiently the Government is boond by Produce in exchange at the highest mar- Â¬ OF All DESCRIPTION AND THE I llth at Chancellor oclock anemia y I Afield She has many every consideration of good iatth to sav ket price visit here with relatives July 4th Madison will be represented ns oflice CHOICEST VARIETY Thanking my friend for past faxors the county in The boya must hump themselves or friends here who will lie glad to see her nothing of the positive declarations con- and soliciting same in future 1 am yours r exercises Tuesday at II a m IN STOCK Breckinridge Mo Bulletin Charley Burnam of Silver Creek will tained in the statutes to keep them as for low prices the Mutual Benefit life 1 Alumni meeting at p m Tuesday I icii k Miss Annie Pearson a handsome and good as gold or iu Other words to niain Junior oratorical content B p m Tnea- - bring home the uiedal He is the coli the ored phnoaaenon popular belle from Montgomery Ala iav IVKITY OK TIIE Two METAIs i visiting her aunt Mrs Dr Kennedy t ominencemeiit exiriises Wednesday Denhicratir Ounvratioa Tliere are several young men threat And this it has done and will continue Mine 13th at IftSOa in Internal Krtraar Coiieclion- Bn iimomi Ky June 1 1895 to do as long as the present system exened with palpitation of the heart VALLEY VIEW KY At 330 p m contest between C V Pursuant to a i all the Democrats of Mad48- Mr Tim Stephenson has returned from ists But if the present system is to be and Iuisville athletic teams i ison county t assembled at the court a years sojourn on the Pacific slope and abolished and a new one established so L UUI MUCK Iukeis liiMal I house in Bichmond Ky at 1 Oclock p in the Southwest in search of health that private individuals and corporations preservation of the xisting standanl of K clUU ias -s 1806 The musical recital given by Mrv Geo m on June When he reached Texas he weighed HtX can have their own bullion coined at the value with such usj of fall InjaKtaadnr w Pickels an Wednesday afternoon at deThe meeting was called to order by J ailver coins ami paper convertible into Now he pullsdown Impounds- public expense and have the coins Hiunds -7 T Bales Chairman of the Democratic her lovelv home on Third street was an livered to them fur their private use the coiu on demand ah can be maintained Bteatiita Iriilnldtiua Mrs Minerva Williams of Mt Ster43jvz t 3 The programme of County Committee enjoyable occasion Government would be under no obligaimparinj or endangering the without Prohibition party ot Madnwn ling is the guest of her relative Mrs Thereupon J W Bales was unani seventeen beautiful selections was well tion whatever legal or equitable to keep credit of tl a Government or diminishing will hold aeoaahaned BonreneiorJ Mrs Williams has many Will Oldham arranged First was a duct by MianM mously chosen as Chairman and J Tevts them as good as gold and in fact it the purchasing or ml on the campus of Berea friends in Richmond who are alwavs Po well St Turley pay all fire losses Clyiie Talbott and Katie French who Cobb chosen Secretary of the convention would be impossible for it to do so be IIKHT IMYIMi POWBBOr T1IK MONEY glad to see her July 4th Lpaeihea and music seemed 31 to impart something of their own and both acted as such cause the coinage would be unlimited In the hands of the people This is iidate for legislature will lie nomi- Chan W Miller of Centre College On motion the Chairman was authoricharming iersonality to the sweet strains and the volume of silver in circulation whatl mesnby the term sound money Who have the best companies Answer and nis ily one for the State A dashing solo by Miss Viola Million zed to appoint a committee on resolu- Danville is spending the senior holidays would become so great in proportion to and in my opinion it is what is meant Powell Turley 32 body iuvitel sweet girl graduates tions and the following committee was with his parents at Irvine He will re- Â¬ the gold the Government could procure by an overwhelming majority of the op one of ML F - mrr Thib J A Sullivan W B turn to Danville the latter part of this that the attempt would necessarily ponents of free coinage at the ratio of lti was well tendered and greatlv admired appointed viz All fire losses pall by Powell 3c W Tribble W B week and receive his diploma He fail The most extreme advocates of to 1 This is neithe gold monometallism Turley pleasant snprise to all was the selec Shackelford naheaa were Isrn ill this Two girl area the youngest of his class but received free coinage have not yet ventured to so well Smith and 11 C Bice of full periMi and ir- - tion lhe dreat loniiOscr hist nor silver monometallism but it means Tarley Ablaze will start Powell The coinuiittee retired and returned the highest marks Charlie will be a suggest that the Government would be that one standard tr measure of value but anited by a ligament read by Miss Minnie Ihkes All the ieetJy forme V2 matriculate of Yale College next year A under any obligation to guarantee or shall be maintained and that all forms of lv as tlie Siamese twins were pnpila playe1 with skill and grace and and reported through its Chairman J Sullivan the following resolutions which Colored and esieiially was this true in the Capt Thomas is at work with a Hon A R Burnam a prominent citi- Â¬ maintain the value ot silver dollars standard coins in use shall be kept eipia i lie two weurhed r potinia were unanimously adopted viz zen and leading attorney of Richmond coined without charge for private par- to that standard in the payment of debts corps of carpenters painters etc mak- Â¬ born Ir Stewart the attending Miss Lizzie Fanny Those who w still Be it resohed by the Democrats of Kentucky was in the city todav en ties and without such guarantee it is Any policy which would discontinue ing ready Estill Springs for the approachphysician says such cases are yxtremelv fortunate as to secure meilals for punctu To rotnrc nrosneritv ami contentment in this eitv ami Madison ality were Misses Clyde Tallsilt Kittie Madison county in mass convention as route home from a business trip to North- Â¬ clear the dollar would be worth no mote the use of silver jib money by direct ing season The Springs will be opened ty call at our NEW ST RK and exchange your 00 French Minnie Ikes Lizzie Feenv semhled at the court house in Bichmond west Missouri While here he was called than the commercial value of the bullion legal enactment o by undervaluing it June 1st The Captain has two cottages llumr lmlitr silver tor the ehnnacBl 0m1s in Uichmnml upon by J- - L Boford J C Barkley and contained in it just as the Mexican dol- relatively to gold in the coinage laws and some twenty rooms in additiou this Turlev Bessie Spears and Alice Ky on this June I 1896 Capt Thomas of the Ftill Springs segiven iarannlica First That we approve the call to other Blue grass friends Chillieothe lar is now 1 admit that if the Itiited would certainly result in practical gold season has engaged a splendid band rive and a Grinstead The medal t a Hi wssenger wagonette study was awarded Miss lect delegates to attend a convention to Mo Constitution States could coin without charge to the monometallism and on the other hand pieces excellent cooks will keep nice Collars Corsets The tion to Cottons in Kihmnd bnenage wagon on June lie lie held at Winchester Ky to Mrs Pickels is owners all the silver in the world availa- it is equally clear that any policy which livery hot and cold sulphur baths and Mrs S P Walters entertained her Sun wagon made in the shop of S I Midkitl Sars congratulated on the success of her 7188600 nominate a Democratic can day School class of young ladies at tea ble for coinage purposes 412i grains of would discontinue the use of gold as everything that a gentlemen or lady Cuifs Gloves Calicoes aoeaaeed anporior t any tliat could her patrons consider them didate for Railroad Commissioner iu this last Thursday evening at her home standard silver in bullion would be money by legal enactment or by under- Â¬ may require tor comfort health or inno-Â¬ and the painting wor while nd in the cities 47 2 Ties Handkerchiefs Ginghams selves fortunate in having so earetul and the Third District of Kentucky Iniversity Place The young ladies yer worth as much in this country as a silver valuing that metal telatively to silver in cent pleasure an tb wagonette also by Midkiff was BOnMBntnan nd That we reaffirm our allegi Â¬ MissesSarah Shackelford Minna Wagers dollar but the real question is What the coinage laws would result in practi Â¬ an instructor Dont neglect your insurance Powell astonishing in ex ellrace Socks Fans Percales ance and devotion to the principles of Mary Letcher Katherine Blanton and would the silver dollar itself be worth cal siivsr monometallism Free and un- Â¬ Turley Lepislatrie toinrntuiit 3 the Democratic party as set forth in the Iettie Crow The gentlemen present That it will not be equal to our 1 UraO aa4 Steae limited coinage at the ratio of lri to Suspenders Purses Nainsooks Pursuant to a call issued bv the Demo Dont go to sleep over your insurance would at once establish silver mono-Â¬ PRESENT IMT ASP STANDARD BonCF Burnam Oil J W Cajier- - cratic i onimittee of Madison a conven- Â¬ National Deaaocratic platform adopted were Messrs Glass Martin Berry Walat Chicago in IMS Poweli L Turley A K Burnam Ehnwwor Jhn lace and Lair Pants Of value is not only admitted but open- Â¬ metallism pure ant simple for as al Soaps Satines tion was held at the court house in RichÂ¬ Third That we heartily endorse the lr Theanpnon S Burnam Mr mond K v 00 Mondav June Bev C W Minor has completed his ly urged as one of the chief arguments ready shown the coins of the over Powell A Turley Are you insured at lsti able and patriotic administration of the Overalls valued metal will ultimately drive the 32 ace and other need Btpubii- Towels Hambnrgs m composed of delegates Government of the Enited States under course of studies at the Theological Bena- - in favor of its free coinage Everywhere to attend 2 oclock p Iyiuisxillc re in inay in Louisville and after spending a the people are being told that under free coins o the other out of circulation and I emocrats of the various What about your insurance Powell selected by the irover Cleveland as Presideut and we Trunks Shirts Laces mention Bradley will lie county the object of the endorse the administration of that dis few days with friends here has gone for coinage it will require twice as many out of the country even when the legal Turley 32 Mr Stone precincts of the by acclamation and a months stay in Macon Mr dollas to procure any given quantity of ratio varies but a sn all fraction from the Ga convention being to nominate a candi tinguished son of Kentucky John G Look out for fires as veil as storms will easily defeat his opponent Minor is well known to many of our commodities as are required now and commercial ratio tut the expulsion of date for Kepresentativejin the next 32 Povell 8c Turley Carlisleas Secretary of the Treasury jieople having had charge of the Waco this means of course that the money the undervalued cDin from circulation and to take such action as might laaif ia Serene Fourth That the following named Baptist church also Republican be instantous when its value is On will be only one half as valuable as it is would Fire is a good servant out a bad Richard I Gantry Jr representing seem proper regarding the nomination of persons are appointed delegates and al- his return here he will reside with Mr now When the public judgment is really double the value of the other master Powell 3c Turley 32 it tn- a candidate for Suite Senator ternates to represent Madison county in and Mrs James Rawlings on iaUWeli mgn cuoui tv bci- Moberley finally passed upon this suhject I think How long do vou s lppose the 9825000 by said The convention was trailed to order League oratorical eon convention to lie held at Winches crass it ill be found that the people of the 000 of gold in this country would remain J W Bales chairman of the county ter Kv on June 7 1886 and they are avenue isimg A noaea or aaa The commencement season was ush United States are determined not to have here and be used as money under su h a has L Searcy was authorized to represent the Democrats of Hon Hichard was probably committee iitesUnts The banking ami other finan- Â¬ and E T Madison county on all questions which ered in with the jiarty given by Miss a depreciated dollar whether it be gold policy f exactly or he would have elected permanent chairmau silver or paper Thev are undoubtedly cial institutions which own and hold in Fish permanent secretary N B Coy may come liefoie that convention viz Julia Higgins last Tuesday The party Harried of the aaadni He was an un entitled to have for use in their business their reserves much the greater part of and Thus P Ihnlley were appointed to Delegates J W Bales J D Goodloe was in honor of Miss Higgins gradua- Â¬ second comfortahle dene gold would at once sell it at a large In prices is taking place at our business tion which wUl occur at Central Uni- Â¬ just as good money asauy other people in this act in conjunction with the secretary in lhe Collins Jno D Harris G W 1 No 9 First St Richmond Ky or quarters on Main street We keep the Field Bay versity June IX A night could not have the world have and no political party that premium for silverabout 2 for receiving the credentials of the precinct ans Jr D W Tribble Sam Kennedy 41 40 to deprive them of it will ever thev would exchange it for silver bullion finest line of clothing in the city attempts Have Tliere will be a Field Iay bntnmn the delegates Mr H L Wallace adi Elzie Million C L Searcy W B Smith been made to suit the occasion better in the market at th ratio of about 82 suits ranging from 3 to All we ask Central Iniversity been and the L A C the convention withdiawing his nameas IE C Bice W K Shackelford J A Sul- than Tuesday night as it was clear and enjoy their confidence or receive their suf p mnds of silver for each 1 pound of gold is a visit from you We guarantee you A new line of buggies carriages curVratifatie lubuuiaea frages warm yet not warm enough to be unhere Wednesday the Uth inst This a candidate for representative and nomi livan ries barouches and wagons just received Tho6e of us who oppose the free coin- Â¬ have the SZ pounds of silver coined into courteous treatment and will show you held days 11 Walnut Tex March l 1893 ses n lie one of the beat Alternates Thos J Douglass J P pleasant The home was tastefully deco naiing 11011 L11 C Clienanlt There They are dandies Come and see them ratio of Id to 1 are dollars at the expense of the people and goods with pleasure No goods misrep- Â¬ To Rev R U McElree the Mate as the - A noother candidate Judge Chenault Simmons Jno C Chenault J Stone rated and the yard was lighted with age of silver at the with this cheap money pay the demands resented to make a sale When passing Made of the best material and guaranI have mffered lor vears with dull head bring their best athletes with tb was by acclamation declare too nonu Walker EL EL Crooke C D Chenault Japanese lanterns which always give a proti08ing no change in the measure or of their depositors and other creditors our store take a look in our show win- ache weak back and shooting pains in teed Price lower than ever before to do this as entra nee and being called upon addreaaed J ML Poyntz A W W illiams S B pretty effect to the scene Miss Higgins standard of value now existing nor are will tie wise in them The masses of the ople cannot do this dows Hoping to have the pleasure of a the small of my back and shoulders Richmond Carriage Wokk has some first class men who wil vention accepting the nomination Hume W 8 Moberly G A Boy J received assisted by her father and we proposing to discontinue the use of for they have no god nor have they any S L Midkiff Proprietor 39 call from you two months ago I got two bottles Capt and Mrs J A Higgins silver as money I have never been mother About tend for the honors The following resolution was offered Tevis Cobb las B Buruam silver bullion to l coined at the ex- Â¬ Very respectfully of McElrees Wine ot Cardui and it has Lea and adopted by the convention Dont wait until you are burned out The resolutions were adopted amidst Mr Sandford and Miss Phillips Robert and am not now unfriendly to silver in pense of the Government Kirhmeae and Maaisna Coaaty Tiik Cvcionh Store cured me of all my troubles I feel verv Powell that we heartily indorse great applause On motion the conven- Taylor and Miss Sue McRolierts Mr the sense of desiring to see it excluded Turley 5J- Charles Indorf Manager Conrad and Miss Bright Mr English from the monetary system of the United grateful to Dr McElree for his wonder i an I nublic service of the tion adjourned sine die decided un Powell Tor ley prompt aal trust Â¬ TheOenal of Ajials has ful medicine and Miss Little Mr Cecil and Miss Mary States or of any other country but I Mas FJ Mavhild Lightning Hot Drops J W Buks Chairman Hon John D Goodloe as our rej The worthy constitutional the law that imposed Letcher Mr Lewis Neale The dining know that it cannot he kept iu circula- Â¬ recom What a Funnt Name in the State Senate and J Tkvis Conn Secretary showed ao baking powder ami county taxes on bank stock tative Carriages wagons and buggies over- Insure that big barn Powell rooms one decorated in yellow the tion along with gold by means of any the Very True but it Kills All Pain the law in mend to the Democrats of this he Tlie World Oolttwhiaa Kxpositiaa The first taxes under so pare or so great in leav hauled and painted at the very owet other in pink wen- thrown open at ten ratio the law of any one country may at Sold Everywhere Every Day tliat wim Twenty ninth Senatorial District that anaattan were due 11 prices All work guaranteed to be as enlng power as the Royal to said Was of vaue to the world by illustrating oclock and a continual stream passed in tempt to establish between the two Fires like death and taxes haw Without Relief There Is No Par of taxes would lie aain nominated and elected ear good as any in the State and out until the last of the two hun metals and that the only way to secure boon in the world since its creation the duties of which be has 80 the improvements in the mechanical arts We have the best companies Powdl Ubie The amount Richmonh Carriage Works discharged andeminent physicians will tell you that dred guests had feasted A greater part the use of both at the same time is to Powell Turley veil is faithfully and intelligently Turley 3a whana Bjchaaond wooid have mf S L Midkff Proprietor of the entertaining was done in the yard make one of them the standard of value 39- Mauaf Virsiiia 15allrfidtin thereup m adjourned the p ogres in medicinal agents has been The convention eou Holder My stock of carriages buggies itc Nirkrl Plate Stamp and the O2L00H nn where scores of white slippers wandered and so limit the coinage of lhe other The only correct map made from of bairaaan of equal importance and as a strengthenLumber Par Sale is the handsomest and most stylish in the Send eight cents in postage stamps to ing laxative that S nip of Figs is in ad- up and down regardless of the dampness that the Govemmeut which issues them ficial papers in tlie War Department cretary ates rv Call at the Climax office and get inGive me a call O Ry were vance of ail olx that blue grass sometimes bold Surely and receives them for public dues may be with complete list of battles Sent on C B Ryan A G P A C iher resolutions property in f taxable formation about a choice lot of poplar Richmond Carriage Wc the first entertainment of the season was abieatall times to maintain their ex receipt of 25 cents in money or postage Cincinnati for this unique vest pocket county eotiven necessary as the will Reports a suiress and tlie pace is set which if changes hi S L Mkikiff Prvand oak lumber for sale at Kings Sta- Â¬ 39 The U lirectly or indirectly stamps Address C B Ryan Aaat holder so 54 f Saturday performed thatdiity Cin The best companies adjust promptly tion Cheap for cash thaw Royal Baking Powder kept up will make the comuiiicemeut through the operation of its fiscal sys- Â¬ Genl Passr Agent C k Are of 95 far excel any of other years Mute Trtsasur Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder tem I am therefore in favor of the cinnati 0 Powell Turle in it Powc Fira insurance Powell S Turk superior to ail others vj Sm Fratdtct Madal Midwinter I 1 Krai Ceart Day Crowd usually large but owing to the extreme heat many sought the shade and spent their time and money imbibing cooling drinks The cattle offered were of medium quality and brought fair prces which ranged from M to 3Ac Boaea and mule stock very scarce but in fair demand An ihtcrview as to busi ness among some of our enterprising linns gives the following reanlThe Cyclone reiiorts a fair trade New York Store fair W Oldham a Co splendid J B Stouller first class WC fi T Hays very good A Feld dull i White business good W Thoa B Cbflhaa business fair Jack Freeman dull Geo Pickels fair Thos Karr good E E McChihi reHrts traie a little lietter Llande Smith v Co better than usual Covington v Mitchell better than usual 11 J streng business Letter than last Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL SehwarU of the Cyclone store is in Ixmisville Mr II Bent Goodloe is visiting friends iu this city Mr Luther Christerson has gone to Decatnr Illinois Judge James Benton of Wincherter was here Sunday Miss Anna Mershon is visiting relatives at Stanford Mr Scott MFerran of Danville is visiting in this place J Speed Smith Jr is at home from Washington on a visit Judge Robt Riddell of Irvine was among the court day visitors Miss Marion Green of Tanville was with Miss Lucy Crow last week Mr Ah Oldham of Mt Sterling was liack at his old home Sunday Miises Phillips and Sue McRoherts of Danv lie are visiting Miss Julia Higgins Mr James Rudolph of Cincinnati is here visiting D P Armer on business Mr Sam Myers of Illinois a resident of Richmond many years ago is here for a 6hort stay of Maysville and Misses Mylom Vault of Versailles are the guests of the Misses Harbor Mrs Margaret Carr of Paris is visiting her son Mr F B Carr the well known L x N agent this place M iss Mary Gentry attended the Blue grass league oratorical contest at Har nxlsburg Friday night Friends are glad to welcome home from Islington Miss Mary Pickels and niece little Mary D Mr and Mrs J W Porter of Iexing ton are visiting Mr and Mrs T S Hagan also Mrs N 1 Porter who is here for the summer Mr Lawflt a student of Centre Col- Â¬ lege came up yesterday to stand n preliminary examination for the Naval I fanahnahnQanfl V m mlfspjfg erg IIIIiyillT liiiiiiiiiMHiiiiii--- 3 Fl I ATtei COST AT COST lijjl THE ra iiliiillliliiiimib his iu toul Cincinnati - ait Gfiana atoainu GINGIN NATI SWEET CAPORAL iIMIIIIMlI ffoU cut CIGARETTE of Sccti Jfoti goali Jtfuiicat Jnitiumcnti Sli pk to9 until qtock u go son-in-la- i at fac tfa fint CHEAP STORE -tender Se iule and 1 aiSSSSl t Â¬ siMliEIIiiiilf I -- llllllll lllllrTii IIIIUlIllllllll Â¬ i WE HAVE THEM f U M r Â¬ MORE GOOD WE CARRY MONY P P - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HERE LEAST MONEY Ready Made EVERYBODY Â¬ filnlh inn I - Â¬ Â¬ mmyi 111 11 11 Â¬ Spring Â¬ CL0TNIN6 Â¬ Suitings GENTS - Furnishing Â¬ i moderate Goods Â¬ prices 1I1-IC-C- Â¬ W F WHARTON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for the quality of goods of any firm in Richmond ont forget that we make the LOWEST PUKES Come - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is TORIES Finally Settled Â¬ I 1 The Silver Question Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2- 11 tlay Â¬ i Â¬ Sboe5 aid Oxford fue jlosierij Our rjobbu Â¬ i Cutting Affray wc R T Hays -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ gwm Â¬ Â¬ i mJ mu-ni-ij- Worlds Fair Tests - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S Govt Awarded Gold Fr 1 LIST OF CLAIMS Jett Shelby Jordan John 3 10 1 1 1 King Wm flagman 1 00 McCentor J T 60 karr Jett ieorjte Jett Curt 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