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Vi L VOLUME IX f RICHMOND fell Im MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY l ML WEDNESDAY Labist U S A Govt Report JUNE 121895 GOLD I SILVER Look B li5CficreJ Sets S jr 1 5mt OR d Print NUMBER LOOK HERE PROFESSIONAL COLUMN FSTSXCZAKS f hniKanrk 1 SI FF COKKKSrOMJKXCB oula Arnold and Martin of Richmond llUUrJUIIUO VI HUM Ilk I NTOLD MISERIES nf ttt I Highest of all in Leavening Power DK H- - Ill STEWART INBCBGEON KtMlCKY Residence s tnn t North BRADFIELDS FEM E REGULATOR ACTS AS A SPECIFIC Bj Arousing tc Health Action all her Organs I causes health to liltxim ami joy to reign throughout the frame I DRO A KENNEDY - PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Klvi l rjtv and 4 It Never Fails 10 Regulate m 5 to Mam Street tip 5 o clock 13- - wiJtrmtfwt wiliiut r of I d oemtlt iAOihll he run dn her CO mi JOHS M FOSTER KtNlltKV W s Thaeker of Donnelly has 10eall wool Dress Goods at net cost In White J la completed his new store bonne and is M moving his goods into it this week Mav Strcft cen Second and LODGE DIESCTOET idenc at corner Main he never be visited by so disastrous a and Silk Waist Patterns we have an endless a ortment niue y It lire again MASONIC I EVANS M We have a new mail route coming Richmond Lolge No 21 meet second will pay you to price thin the reduction will astonish vou S from Whv Not to this ollltc This one for oil and fourth Tueadars in each month Kkxtitky P Ocatherage Master Speed Smith nitkes lout mails that come to Millers of medicine lat Thomas brakeinan on the C V Secretarv n w n to myCreek two mails every dav and one twice met with a very bad accident while Hosiery Corsets and Uloves which for quality and pri Riclimond Roval Aich Chapter No 10 D a week and the other one three times a coupling cars at Iineville last week an meets third Tuesdav in each month I week Speed Smith Secy tierac on Second P Artnrr H P iron rod piercing bis left arm through Ganse ami Muslin ITnderwear al you cant touch elsewhere Richmond Comraantlerv No 19 Reg- Â¬ A II Norton of Stanton circuit just below the elbow He has suffered Tuestiav in each ular meeting the first month Visiting Sir Knights me cordial court clerk of Powell county is visiting very much but is able to he out AYLOR ive till- - 30 day cash sale your attention your own price v invited D P Armer bis mother this week to attend Aunt 1atscv as Mr Joe Sweets who has been engineer E J Spied Smith Recorder she is familiarly known is having a very on the C V nearly all the lime since its Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirk Kkn Mek svel and at this writing is not ex- Â¬ construction has accepted a position as standard countries as well as ingod IAv H v wliu1 w11 t will save you money We mean BlSlXF- meets Saturdav evening heiorc the lull f Mhvr pected t live We hope -- he may have foreman on the C 6 M A J Roam W 8 W with head Standard countries and it is worth ju t Yeagers Jewelry moon in every month l1 B FCotton M speedy recovery by undervaluing it Secretary et 3 We congratuquarters at Central City as much before it is coined as afterward k Respectfully it Kingston Kingston Lodge No 31 Our meeting at Mt Tabor church be late him on his promotion which he so hut the M2J grains of standard silver relatively to gold in the cmnage laws meets Saturday evening before the full GIBSON id certainly result in practical gold gan Friday and continued until Sunday richly deserves but are loth to give him contained in a silver dollar are not worth T C Witt Sec moon in every month M Boen WM There were lour preachers in attendance and Mrs Sweets up as they are gotxl anywhere in the world more than about Monometallism and on the Other hand VSICIAN AND SURGEON retary X V meets fourth No wlK1 Waro ls eanlT Uir ht m v XI cents Or to put the statement in a Kkmickv Saturdav Lofee month W F Fielder and considering the warm weather there citizens in everv lnl11 discontinue the use ot sold as t As your scribe was a large crowd out form 16 pounds of silver can different YV M L II Tumin Secretary money by legal enactment or by under- POSED rid 20 S not be exchanged for Hamilton Lodge No 578 at mingled with the crowd be noticed sever John 1 HI valuing that metal relatively to silver in We Union City meets aecond Saturday in al of the young people from Irvine ONE IolMi or ol li The mills at Ford are running on full Hamilton V M are glad to s e so many out everv month lohn the coinage laws would result in piacti time - BOOKER Anywbere in the world but it requires lohll L Gi silver mononetalisin Free and un- Well we have passed through all the at Boostes- Daniel Boone Lodge No 4 i snver to pocne out Mr Willie Thompson of Wades Mill aooui iKiiin coinage at the ratio of Hi to 1 ERINARY 61 lit in everv of I School election and most borongli n Saturdav But some would at once establish silver mono- his many friends in Ford the past pound yf gold everywhere V M S Oid everv district has from Win Bennett month to applicants week one may say that this is not a tair state- metallism pure and simple for as alham Secretary position- - as teachers There is more because it measures the value of ready shown the coins of the over- ment try and Sterility a Specialty Berta Lodge No 617 meets the tits lor Judge Imerson store keeper has feeling in a school election than there is Saturdav in each month at 7 oclock p in The answer to thai is silver by gold his work at Klkin distillery and valued metal will ultimately drive the E T Fish in electing a President ol the United pleted E L Robinson Secretarv jection is that the statement does not coins of the other out of circulation and now shading at his quiet home in Ford Mas Our election on Millers Creek attempt to measure the value of either of out of the country even when the legal oor ATTOaiTETS Misses Nancy and Mary Stevenson of off quietly no distillling elements simply to compare litem ratio varies but a small fraction from the Hedges and Flla Hall of Winchester the metals but So 14 meets evert in anyway Miiisor one with the oilier and that for the pur- coumierc al ratio but the expulsion of V I SHACKELFORD street IV at their hall on Main were visiting friends in Ford Saturday Ye scribe while at meeting at Mt of making the comparison the value the undervalued R CKirhy N G S H Thorpe V eotn from circulation and Sunday gladdening the hearts of pose RNEY AT IA W S by its purchasing would L I Frai G Tabor Sunday and mingling with the try if gold is determined be instaneous when its value is young men meets evert crowd was so much surprised at our two Boone Encan 40 KtN power in the markets of the world and really d uble the value of the other IN n Odd F first and th i n Fri lay night Mav 31 tiie Christian sbt iitr who has been always considered the value of silver is determined in the How long do vou suppose the 625000-Richmond L Hall on II church at Ford was packed with young same way Sixteen pounds of Richas a man that could not be led into any- Â¬ ibe L 000 of god in this country would remain ertoni 43- - Taylor C P thing to see him sit around and so com and old to engage in a grand Endeavor bullion will purchase only about one half US m su hm mil The Winchester societies had meeting KMIH r OF HONOR i l pletely under the charm that had him S trie ipiaillliv ol roilimooiurs anvvvoeie policy PARRISH The hanking and other finanAmity Lodge No 51 K of II We did not know that Cupids come to lord to unite in the services that one pound of gold bullion will purhound cial institutions which own and hold in TORNEY AT LAW ming in the Odd everv and it was in every respect a union meetÂ¬ Rice Dictator arrow could have any effect on our Sher- ing The singing of the choir was almost chase and this purchasing power is the their res rves much the greater part of ball at 7 oclock H K and iff and we would not ie sm prisod at E W Rowland Reporter tin test ot their actual and relative al this gold would at once sell it at a large perfection the last anthem melting anything we mav hear that tlms ln the United States 16 pounds of premium lor silver about for Si or - OF y tc si IVlll KM Hi genius thought little arrows has done the hearts of the most indifferent in the silver coined into dollars will now pur- tiiev would exchange it for silver bullion The following programme chase as much as one pound ot gold audience KI ilge No 4 meets ev him U White rale Hts begun at -was rendered being interspersed with coins but this would not be the case in the market at the ratio of about erv Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows pounds of silver for each pound of gold C W rudor C C hall a music Recitation of d Psalm by three under a system of free and unlimited C C Hooker K of R and S I 11 BRECK little girls from Mrs Davids Sunday coinage on individual account The have the R pounds Ol silver coined into Recitation of 34th Psalm coinage of silver dollars here ha- - been dollars at the expense of the people and Mr and Mrs G K Bradley visited at school class i T LA ir ATTORNEY with this cheap money pay the demands by three other little maids from the same limited by law for the purpose of Inioii Saturday and Sundav WE HAVE RECEIVEDTHE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF pie Ken The large audience listened w ith venting an excessive issue and thev of their depositors and other creditors class ther tulton pleached at the Kava 1 The masses of the people cannot do this w spoke Ladies Misses Gents corner Main naagh Church Saturdav and Sunday to a deep silence bile these little ones have tieen coined by the Government n forth the solemn words of scripture its own account and pah out for public for they have no gold nor have they any I These recitations were preceded by de- purposes a- - dollars of full value and con silver bullion to be coined at the ex Soys and Childrens Hies Fannie Sniffle has returned IIVAN votional exercises conducted by Elder J sequently the Government is bound by pense ot the Government home to the city after a weeks visit to M Our stock always beautiful is this seaaoa be Ever brought to Richmond Bash of Winchester and the whole every consideration of good feith OENEY AT LAW NKW YORK FASHION LETTER Our prices alwav- - law are this sea her grandmother near this place vond comparison in stv e and varietv service was thus- one of deepest lever nothing of the positive declarations con son lower than ever are in fact GENUINE HARD TIME PRICES We Krvnvkv her Banels preached at FhUwoods ence An address of ten minutes length have the prettiest line of as Madame la Mode showers SO many ar He will was then given by s M Iiernanl minis- tained in the statutes to keen them the ird to a large audience good as gold or in other words to niain tistic novel designs and shades of colors preach at the Concord school house on ter of the Ford congregation The sub- - tbe on the new cotton fabrics that it will not Sunday evening lect was lhe Model Christian ln- raarr m tuk two bjbi vi be the fault of her toilette if the summer Mr lob Canerton who has been very rJeavor In the market at prices that will astonish vou Under no circumstac The speaker look as bis And this it has done and will continue girl is not a picture this season lit ATTORNEY AT We have int houlii vou buy elsewhere until you have inspected our stock sick for the past three months is out again proposition that the Model Endeavor was new cottons are not only exquisite do as long as the present system exThe to augurated a BARGAIN TABLE upon which will be displayed broken He paid hi father a visit the other day the one who most resembled Christ in CSV But if the present system is to be in ornament and elegant in effect but ists and odoa and ends in Shoes Slippers Hats Cap- - and Eurni hing Good- We are proud to learn that Bub has pull- his actions and with this as a start and other things too numerous to mention These goods are worth much abolished and a new one established so they are what is most desirable of all in- Â¬ K again 31 30 ed through all pointed out three wavs in which the that private individuals and corporations expensive and when made up according roiw than you pay for them and you will do yourself an injustice bv not Yours c lor good goods taking a look Call early and get first choice Poplar Weatherboarding Mr II I ShitHet and bis beautiful new Endeavor should resemble the Greet can have their own bullion coined at the to the latest caprice of la Mode they are at low prices VI SMITH Miss Laura Melon of Wincheswile and his sister Miss Mattie Sbiiiiel Master public expense and have the coins de- dreams of beauty and daintiness lovelv Cypress Shingles through Richmond Monday on ter then read an essay on the subject livered to them for their private use the creped cballies come in a variety of Ires ATTORNEY AT LAW This was a Government would be u infer no obliga- tleu effects Sometimes the whole gown Summers Negligence their way home from Stanford and Row43 sIcktvckv Cat Poplar Shingles MOXD thoughtful composition and well received tion whatever legal or equitable to keep land where they have apent two tered with exquisite blossomsor or- Reports of the Louis- them as good as gold and in fact it nameiite with a charming Dresden bor weeks very pleasantv visiting their aunts by the audience CothW building at head of stairs 31 30 Framing Lumber and many friends They sav that the ville convention were then given by Rev would be impossible for it to do so be der vw frost and rain are more fatal on the coin S M Bernard and Miss Laura EctOO cause the coinage would be unlimited One cannot imagine the fascinating an fcD M CHKNAULT in that vicinity than it is in Madison A question box was conducted trv Mr and the volume of silver in circulation fairylike etlevt of the new flowered lawns Blinds Windows Doors ATTOKSEY AT LAW The people seem to take it fair and easy W W Williamson of Lexington and would become so great in proportion to trimmed with gauze Iompadour ribbons KENTl CKY If at lirst you doiit succeed trv try much information was given by an ex the gold the Oovemmeiit could procure combined with embroidery or lace HMONP One Having replenished liis stock of groceries with new ami freak change of ideas The services closed that the attempt would necessarily lieautiTu imported gown of green organdi Cla s Goods again All Firs goods will continue business at the OLD STAND at the over Chenai Beck of Win iffice oa Second fail The most extreme advocates of is so exactly the shade of lune grass that Well we are having plenty of rain and with prayer by Rev L corner ot Main and H streets He proposes not to le who was chairman of the meetfree coinage have not yet ventured to with the perfectly colored wild Bowers c ild weather This is the very kind of chester He invites the citi Â¬ undersold by any one FOB CASH ing and everyone went awav feeling that suggest that the Government would be tattered over it the etfect brought to the weather to make the cut worms work VZVTL STO3EEY zens of Madison county and Rich mood to give him a lair il was good to have been there under any obligation to guarantee or mind is tt vision of fresh country fields themselves to death anil we all would trial Free delivery of goods to all parts of the city Another very impressive service was maintain the value ot silver dollars with bright blossoms not care bow quick thev all would coin The very full pay W BURGIN WELBY at the coined without charge for private par- - sarnie slirtis made over a foundation ALSO AGENT FOR THE BEST FLOUR OBELISK plete their job working themselves to held on Sunday night June --DENTBT death If we only knew how to aid them Ford Christian church w hen the minis- ties and without such guarantee n is slip ot pule violet silk A hlack gauze Kentucky am ipiite sure we would take a pride in ter S M Bernard preached his last clear the dollar would be worth no more ribbon painted with butter cups ami tied Bro Bernard has been serving than the commercial value of the bullion in knots at intervals borders the bottom BO doing lor they are eating down all ot sermon 96 Second grocery over Chenault the corn potatoes and gardens in the the congregation for nearly two years contained in it jn t as the Mexican dol- ol tiie drOBB The corsage is trimmed in 45 neighborhood and gardeners cannot get and has won the affection of both saints lar is now I admit that if the United tichu elfin with delicate mull embroidWe and sinners in our pleasant little town States could coin without charge to the ery and he same butter cup ribbon rid of them at all That is aim A WILKES SMITH I Employ As for points of information concernough to dishearten our neighbors and and had become so closely united with owners all the silver in the world availaDENTAL WMGEON I Young farmers to think thev must take the sec us that it scemeu almost iiKe parting ble for coinage purposes 41- - grains of ing street gowns the drooping waists KfcNILCKY KlHMiiM He graduates this standard silver in bullion would be large sleeves and full skirt increase in men gardens and corn fields with one of our own ond hitch at their Modistes from Paris bring on account of cut worms and old Jack vear at Lexington and goes to a distant worth as much in this country as a silver popularity to distribute office Main Street our atlTerttaur HWH4tMt4 for taivzh rrult Acme State to enter upon dollar but the real qiieetioa is What skirts very wide but less stiffened than l rost for he has been feasting nicely on part of the uart Divmiit 4P M t wbieb we send them on approve We heartily commend would the silver dollar itself be worth formerly The average width is five or church work the beautiful gardens and fields MrorfcfstMi flannraul tUtt bicycle arrives and proves fpBllUUCI TV him to the brotherhood in his new field That it will not le equal to our fitting six yards at the foot and close ttt J Vminir I adiac emplojedooUw R I 8 Main St L HAKIMs M of labor The congregation that assemNear K C Depot about the hips Those like the design llKOoKsloW N IKKsKST i Ml AM STVMIVKI If boy surhtirs appir they mow beweUf say farewell was an immense one bled to Ken W Tile fur particulars Miss Julia Park is just on her feet nWiMtorl 12 Richmond Of value is not only admitted but open- on fllat page of La Mode de Iaris lor The church was full and people stood at ly urged as one of the chief arguments June are specially popidar again having received a severe sprain of ACME CYCLE COHPAMY the windows listening intently as a ser- in favor of its free coinage An ex itiisite little summer gown is Everywhere her ankle ELKHART IND tavmcr dge work a specialty mon was delivered from I Cor I69 the people are being told that under free illustrated in the Iaris Fashion Letter ol Office hours 9 a Mrs ieo Williams returned Saturday Main street There was not a dry coinage it will require twice as many tiie Puis Album of Fashion Stead fast naess The V22 u to 4 p from a months stay with her daughter WE KEEP THE BEST eye in the house at he end of the dis-Â¬ dollars to procure any given quantity of most clu ruling ami picturesque group of at Reattyville J A YATIS Cu forJ dainty And sell at reasonable prices Tun course when the congregation came commodities as are required now and childrens summer costumes and BRIDGEFORDS Miss Oruue Hodgkin of Winchester -- i Mode ward and extentled the hand of parting ii in MORGAN A YATES this means of course that the money little boniican always obtain value received attended the picnic Saturday as the guest The church is in splendid condition and of the French will be only one half as valuable as it is The very toilette on he DENTISTS of Lucy Baldwin RANGE Your All the for your money with us ts future should be glorious public judgment is Dressmaker1 is a poem in itself n iw When the Kentucky Richmond It is reported that one of our farmers above mentioned journals are published orders delivered any place within finally passed upon this subject I think SIZKs SEE THEM shipped his tobacco paying s oO for by tire well known house of A McDow- Â¬ the corporation it will be found that the people of the Main Street over Madison National freight and receiving 250 in return for ell A to 4 West 14th Street EXAMINE THEM Bank Doited States are determined not to have t bacco Iji Mode de Paris and Paris Album Oh thats about a size too small for it be gold S depreciated dollar whether PIRCHASE THE each for a years Rev JC Caldwell preached here Sun vou said the salesman in a big clothing silver or paper Thev are undoubtedly of Fashion cost MvtrtW The subscription or cents a copy day morning ami evening He made establishment near Herald stpiare as he entitled to have for use in their bn m Co w IMVUUl many friends in that short stay w ho will critically surveyed a coat into which he just as good money asany other people in French dressmaker is 300 per annum lit cts a copy and La Mole i ever be glad to have him repeat the call had assisted a patron the world have and no political party that or KNOWLEDGE C T WELLS Manager Tea it is a bit too small assented attempts to deprive them of it will evi r a year r 15 cents a copy Ii you are a The saw mill has met the highest ex a u o wrnfort and imnrovement and pectation of its supporters doing steady the other taking off the garment but 2 Main St Richmond Ky enjoy their confidence or receive their suf- unable t procure either of these- journals when tends to personal enjoyment from your newsdealer do not take any Â¬ 47 4 Mr Filuiore Richards has secur tell me just bow much is a size frages rightly tisnl The many who live bet- work a In a coat answered the salesman Those of us who oppose the free coin Â¬ subsituti but apply by mail to Messrs and enjoy life more with ed all the walnut Umber near bun to be ter than others size is one inch Cc 4 West 14th Street are A McDowell age of silver at the ratio of 16 to xpenditure by more prompt ly sawed for ready sale Is that so exclaimed he customer New York adapting the worlds best prducte to to invitations lrom the or U In response P aanlfrflrfl proposing BO change in the measure attest the needs of phv ical being will liquid pupils many interested parties with He bail been living for nearly S3 vears in standard of value now existing nor are Keal Estate the value to health of the pure From the liberal patronage I received frl was fairly intelligent but never knew r A Turpins tue their baskets convened in we proposing to discontinue the at Farnu town or city property and last vear I have been induced to rent for laxative principles embraced in the fact I have never been While the school march woods remedy Svrup of Figs as money vear the Harry Wiikes Driving silver mountain lands bought or sold on a rea- another And there are thousands just like him Park I have the best track in the county Its excellence is due to its presentingÂ¬ lowed bf their teacher Miss Alice Ar and am not now unfriendly to silver in sonable commission bv the nudersigued acceptable and pleas nold The band of children formed a who also do not know for instance that in the f jrm most Si desiring to see it excluded I Anions the lands offered for sale lire on which to train light harm the the sense of and 1 humblv ass for mv share of in a 4 size in underwear is two inches ant to the teste the refreshing and trulyÂ¬ lax circle around the Stand Miss Bet hema sock an inch in a collar half an inch from the monetary system of the United some of the linest mineral and timber ronage of mv friends are reaMv terms beneficial properties of a perfecT Persons wanting sonable Having had 9 years experience Me came forth and welcomed the visi in shoes one sixth oi an inch intronsere States or of any other country but I lands ii Kentucky ative effectually cleansing the sy - I teel that know that it cannot be kept in circula- mountain lands will find it to their iuter in driving and break set forth her teachers worth and one inch in glo dispelling colds headaches ana of an inch I can give satisfaction in what yon entrust m X curing coi w ith gold by means of any and permanently p ace themselves in communicaC tendered a very sorrowful good by in be- and in bats I SW New York tion along to mc is given satisfaction to miuionsand Tin PrTriTn TIlOQraCOP ratio the law of any one country mav at- tion wit me Ten thousand acres in one Next Kev Moberly Madison of the rnedtcai IikiI ot her schoolmates Herald KHtj UiaDaQCiu in fUl met with the approval tempt to establish lietween the two ot 42 R Peatman talked to the children in in inexhaustable coa field profession becau e it acts M the Kid vreak A teacher having requested each of metals and that the only way to ay lands immense quantitt BY hi pleasant manner The dinner Liver and Uowels without liiablefor making encaustic tiling ening them sad it is perfectly free from the principal feature of the picnic was her class of small bovs to bring in tbrtte the use of both at the same time is to to the best in the everv objectionable substance spread on the grass and many congenial items ot information about tiie Hudson make one of them the standard of value and upof Fis is for sale by all drug friends ate drank and were merry Al- river that they could prove to be ami so limit the coinage of the other world lor further details but it ls Is excellent for painting roofs bar ter visiting the saw mill and swinging ami received from a bright seven year ih it the ioveiiiment which issues them Terms reasonable Address outside buildings itred by I have lived neer it and receives them for public dues may be old the following to depart r ex k other THE RICHMOND WATER UG thev began i all times to maintain their ex vi Office Richmond Ky that it was a pleasant days I have sided over it I have falluu iuto 466 tt ither directly or indii lOjouglh jte if offered eceut an -tender -- PHYSICIAN ASH SURGEON ltir 3i B II Ml KM I I Sou by arupfiiti lilt AX Hi urteron Ala A Toll Ml AtUata at i 1 pr bottle Mill llis CKKKK Harvey Maicaua is visiting his brother Mareuin this week N C Ttlttle and wife spent several lavs tiiis week M the guests ni M L Thomas and wife It I Thomas sold o W L Steele A Co Nichttlasville one ear load of torn at si V per barrel Mr Sam Fatm and laugher Mi s Alice were visiting the family of tiretn lstes last week Miss alios has Many lricnis on Millers Creek We have been needing rain in oar section for several dara but we have had plenty in the last lew days ami crops are beginning to look very nice OH11IN Mi- - Dr lr Sexton Mr I Os ad J F Bryant was visiting at lellico last week 1 A Metcalfe general manage of the N was in town last week Steenbergpn of Rowland is here sn working at the carpenters trade I rummers have been as thick here for the past few days as grasshoppers in Kansas Bishop is at Lonisrville on Mrs C l account of the serious illness of he ter Mrs Ida Hurrel A A Taylor and J V Karr Floyd al of Keavy weie in town part of peek on busiiit Six more dwellings were commenced here this week making about twenty under course of construction at present T K 15 Siler President of the Corhin Improvement Co was here several days iast week and aid that work would Im c nenced inside of 15 days prospecting 1 1 RoYsd Baking JlLv3 Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE through the operation of its tisc I am therefore in favor of the fern t Vltl IslK s OKI INITIOS SKI lKI VIIY pic ei vati hi of the existing standard of value with such us of full legal tender raJDt VM I MIVIITKI1 COIN VI K silver coil s and paper convertible into Free and unlimited coinage of full silver dollars at the ratio of 16 coin on demand as can be maintained without mparing or endangering the means that our law shall to credit of ibe Government or diminishing changed that any owner of silver bullion puren inas or mav send it to the mints and have it Iiiill PAYING POWKK Of TI1K MoNKY coined at the public expense into dol- In the lianilu of the neovW 3Jhu is lars each contains 41 Jl grains of standard I oy theterm stjwntwi fdtic silver the dollars when coined to be de what metn and in niv opinion it is what is meant livered to the owner of the bullion by an overwhelming majority of the op and all the people of the United States BODenta of free coinage at the ratio of W to le compelled by law to receive them to This is neither gold monometallism as dollars in the payment of debts al Â¬ nor silver monometallism hut it means though intrinscally worth more than that value measure ill cents each lie Li sin trains ot sla one standard orand that allofforms f ta Standard gold contained in a sold dollar is worth 100 cents r the h uivalent of tandard coins in use shall be kept eMua to that sU ndard in the pavment ot dehts 100 cents all over the world in WHAT IT MEANS GREENBACKS EVERYBODY Either will purchase more Dry Gwotk at White A Gi boons than at any other house in Richmond 1 From now until July I invested a large amount of more AND t we intend to slaug liter all kinds of Dn -- Goods No MENS YOUTHS GHiLDF tions Cor ofs Gloves and Hosiery at prices that will nprak for themselves at the following one third off for- Â¬ CLOTHING pers Di iust the week be tw mill bn I am needing money now an these goods mer prices for cash Half wool Challia sold for Joe now REGARDLESS OF COST I keep a e and see them of Groceries Hardware Tinware and evervhing usually sept general merchandi e ore Produce in exchange at the highest mar- Â¬ ket pr Co- -- Thanking mv -- it and soliciting ame in future I am yours for lev 1 M - F WHARTON VALLEY VIEW KV siir I Â¬ l tt Â¬ -- tt Ii White Gibson tr In wwwwwww 1 i Â¬ 2- 1 i - i iiitl Â¬ The Â¬ Spring Campaign Against Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and riatal diseases result Fi rtrirlincr ailments neelet Dont play with Natures rcrreatest grift health 1 High Prices SHOES SLIPPERS HATS CAPS GENTS T Ji i lnr Browns Â¬ N a4 - X FURNISHINGS Iron Bitters Dyspepsia intr i j tikc WALLACE RICES It Cures Kidney and Liver YELLOW vv Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Â¬ -- t eui3gia Constipation Malaria YVomet irounies Bad Blood j v i ous ailments 4 MO I FLOORING AND - F ir Brautilul i s V T orM f Â¬ JJV TAN SHOES AND OXFORDS 4JI 4yl VW City Property 1 CEILING j Â¬ Â¬ FOR Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ WALLACE RICE SALE 1 7m 1 AD Smith have a Fine New Ke ulence situated on me very DESIRAt3l U0TS 1 And Â¬ 1 -- on different streets in the best neighbor Also ho cs and lots on in town N suitable Maan- Mule S or lurrh factones 11 I POWELL ai Climax t s IR Cheaper Than Ever Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TRY US Fresh Fish JR V A E CARSE Fresh Meats Caveats nod Trade Marks obtained and all Pt- - J business conductea lor MoocnATf r ccs Oon Orncc is O0SiTt US ptcnt orict j udweuii secure patent mi isssuuMt tana taose Jicmote from Washington Send model drawing or photo with descrrp- - J ttion We advise u pntswonwa ior not free oi J Our fee not due till t lac is secured i tnarre a bmbu r How to Obtain Patents wi cost of same in the li S and foreign cower sent tree Address i Â¬ CASNOWt Opp i jO--- Â¬ Vegetables ksvA- patcnt OTtce Wasmingtom - Â¬ - I Â¬ rJtJVHnkf S inpt I - ECONOMIST CA 3- t pi dpf IWINE OF CARDUI m - 4HRi So M It I OHTAIJi A PATT ror answer and aa hmiiainii Hi t who hsv b n Mlynft i A1 In the patent bank Comniiiuioa- n mrictlv ennSaenUaL Jinndhnnhtrf In- tattoa nummnaa Patch and bow to oo- weaa sans irsa Alas a iw anof nta takaw thPCwTUjinYaV aOayneeive al i Ac Ajarrtean nd loUO in tlv broanrSaacy Satire the pas N mCAVtAlulWiJL COPYRIGHT Hamilton By BIsJrTUlT AVOd hvVnaaal I naBBBBBBBanaean- - Jiajfh- - Simla aKataOPtnpiM Â¬ - h -- J Wr Maks 6 itracta Aoaraaa BavautWAT howtha 1 WANTED JT KNOWN or - i Â¬ H f I the Most of Yourself Â¬ Â¬ one-eigh- t- -- rci 1 58 Sold Richrisotid Old newspaper suitable for wrapping for sale at this office 25c a hundred COALTAH CLMSM1IMB I aasBBBnEaaaawaaaoaBOPaaaraannBBaBrcannhaBaBi srn THE CLIMAX rCBLISHEU IVEKV WEDMKDit BT SNIKK Js J Print had any did not give defendant the right to keep open his bairooru on Sunday or to sell or otherwise disjiose of liquor on said day It seems to me that the warrant is insufficient to raise this question and that it would he a com plete defense to section 1304 ianv one produced a license whether he had sold on Sunday or any other dav For the reasons given the demurrer to the warrant is sustained Â¬ KIRN AMI LESS COTTON The Climax Printing NCH TIPTON D I Co IToR The tnanntac tureris la curd advises the Booth as followIf the South will raise MtyMMH - AKMKK - ManiiKK PRICK PER YEAR 150 AETEETIS1NG SATES o - IS S SPACE oo I 9 itirn against the 900000000 ela raisel last year and not over about 7000000 hales of cotton against the 0500000 hales raiseti this saason it will solve the problem of universal prosperity for this entire section The Baaaal is right The south has lone lalMirei under the disadvantage of having monev nh once a year when A diversitv was reedy to market of cros and money all the year roue1 u- what the South need of Â¬ - hushels son Miller went to Louisville asking Madison u i 5C225S4 5 reads as follows roofuoo THE OLD RELIABLE chc The i 75 50 11 H only for Sum Stones nomination hut i5o who little fellow Harvey of Chicago - 50 No work or business shall be done on 3 SO is aol tl 25 stvles himself the little financier when the boys got there that was not 4 acta 3 00 4 00 to aol 8 75 the Sabbath day except the ordinary 5Uch 23ooi 34 So the 3 50 little statesman and the like and 500 enough so they set in and got a delegate 6 00 4 00 household offices or other work of neces- Â¬ 40 00 need the thousands of 00 9 00 from the Eighth District on the commit60 00 sity or charity and work required in the I OO 13 OO 80 OO Coins tee on resolutions delegate at large on 10 00 ooLao 00 Deesocrats with his book entitle 15 00 maintenance or operation of a terry to attend the Illinois committee on permanent organization skill or His stood the fcst of Tina steamboat or steam or street Have you shared in the free silver convention of democrats on and chairman of that committee and MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER railway If anv person on the Sabbath round that he is not a Democrat when the convention could not agree on BRANDS COMBINED day be found at his own or other trade or Harvey is a Populist The truth is the particular the man to run for Commissioner in this MCMmt weeks calling or shall employ his own apprenio i free coinage idea is of Populist if orijriu district they adjourned the convention tices or other person in labor or other rr pt awwMout or return reFor the Climax and like all other matter- - that originated to meet in Richmond business whether the same be for profit State Repabliraa Convratioa with the Populists is a snare ami a deAfter Col Capcrtm had read the re-Â¬ The great Auditorium at Louisville port to the committee on permanent or- or amusement unless such as is peimit As a matter of fact Harvey is lusion ted aliove he shall be fined not less than Beating capacity of 5000 was ganization a gentleman few in a hill is small His with Btenand up - nor more than fM for each offense crowded last Welneslay when Chair slapicd him 011 the shoulder and said was written in great part by Bland ANNOUNCEL tfTS Every person or apprentice so einploved man John W Yerfcea catted to oniertbe The Chief of Police wants to see you loins Stewart and other silver cranks We have fifty paid subscriptions to the Here is another opixirtunity earefullv Read the nle shall be deemed a separate offense Perand its publication paid for from the greatest convention ever held in Ken The Col lsgan to wonder if he had comvour friends almut it Every available mitted felony or other crime and when sons who are members of a religious so-Â¬ Not only that but they tuckv by any jiarty WOMANS HEALTH I H bit spate on the stage in the boxes in he failed to recall that he had he re ciety who observe as a Sabbath any other pav lor its gratuitous distribution aisles and in the gallery aaa no anted bv inemUrod that he had friends there who day of the week than Sunday shall not which we propose gi ing to our subscriWUHAN Alt IN be liable to the enaltv prescribed in a repieseiitative body of men as ever would go his bail To each of bers on the following terms bond Just then this secti11 if they observe as a Sabbath the first fiitv renewals or toeach new WEDNESDAY gathered together for any puipit1 Men the Chief Btepped out adatood before JTXE until the supply is exhausted At Norfolk Virginia oa last Thun--abi- na of all political complexion were thereto one day in each seven as herein prohim whereupon CoL CapettOB was sur The Journal is brim lull of good reading Thomas met George Kashon see what this convention would do not vided will Rpeak in Fri prised to see his old friend and class tl and is a gem atreets drew a revolver and tired only as to the currency piestion but all Everv vanl of Silk in the lioii e either for Waist Dreaa It is contended that these sections esday nitriit mate Geo Tavlor whom he had not three bullets into his body He fell mor- other i siies b tween the two contending pecially offend against section of the seen for many years OH acquaintance T111 take the tally wounded or Trimmings must get out this month To make them The deliberate and un parties in the State The delegates were was renewed and the Col was happy that new constitution which in substance th dismaved woman approached tfaepraa welcomed with pen hands and hospiprovides that the ieneral Assemby he dint have to go to the lockup go we have marked them down fully i U xr cent man and Btaad pistol in hand to tality and felt as mu h at case as beneath Mercantile KeMrt ileelares that Much credit is due Coley Wallace for shall not pss local or special acts see him die But he suddenlv drew his their own fig tree And why not where the general law can be made Were villi asraiill and shit her twice through the they not in a Republican city and getting the convention to meet hen in applicable Richmond Winchester Parisand Maya She fell lieside him and both county Whatever may have been the reasonAnd did they not have reason- Vine wanted it but they didnt get it Caveats and Trade marks obtained and dead before the bewildered by able grounds to iH lieve ing in former opinions it is now the ac Thk Caiiiliria Iron loll Baton that they were all patent buainea conducted for ModerOurcovnty is one of the BMStiaspor nil realise that an awful in a Republican State cepted and approved doctrine of law At least they taut in the Demon Mv office is in the immediate ate Fees ilk love feasts and to writers and double tragedy had transpired vicinity ol the Patent Office and my fafelt that way and s might it Ismodern decisions that keep up her reputation the Republican Within the past two or three months cilities for securing patents are unsurpassUws which prohibit ordinary employThe bummer element that usually fre delegates took oil everything they asked ed Send model sketch drawing or pho moie horrible death dealing encounters ipients political conventions was con ments on Sunday are to lie defended as for tograph wilb description and statement aa in which women participated have taken establishing sanitary regulations based spicuously absent The colored dele as to advantages claimed Kverv dress pattern has had the knife plunged in s All hatchets lietwecn Bradley Denny it wasnt ni ppeak li than were ever before known in a gates were not so numerous as oa former No charge is made tor an opinion as to upon the demonstration of experience ears time and the period might occasions but were of such character and Evan- - were buried and harmony that one days rest in seven is needful to deep into the price that they go this month fully patentability and my fee tor proiccutng prevailed h Who w vs Tbkbb the application will not be called for until Tended to two or three years with and intelligence recuperate the exhausted energies of that any partv might per cent less than the regular price the patent is allowed safely body an i mind well Ik- - proud of them and they showed Siikkm vs Tkx vs M vv 1 1SIi uuntry from St xmm t A pamphlet entitled Inventors Giide Veriimeiit enlist a few that they appreciated the importance of This being the lienificent purpose and - another Editor Climax containing full information lurnishcd hh arfii lemale raaalai b the this convention to tree Address our i ill Kentucky Having left Richmond near 4 months object ol Sunday laws by reason of the em nt among the women Home and the country at large The since anil having been requested bv points here raised the twenty ninth Franklin H HoCGB tiu Voting and holding office will never at- - business sentiment of the State is oppos many friends to let them hear from me sulslivision of section M of the constituisfv them J5 F street Washington D C qVnhI edto free silver the BepoMicaa party is it niav Is well to keep my promise tion becomes material That provides Mention this paper In all ether cases where a general law wacd rVatral anreratt Stadeatv off laeaapaaM opposed to free silver and all w ho were thought I would like to defer it indefivc linndn can lie made applicable no special law present lilt that lor this convention to nitely Ntuabfr of KrieaiU isit Paris fail to make a clear cut declaiation on Can a general law We had a safe and pleasant trip though shall be enacted At Every yard of Embroidery must go Prices have Keen Vorm erdav a special the silver question would largely contrib- the weather was very cold and have lo- for the observance of Sunday be made train of thl arrived at Paris We want them all mat of tin cut fully 50 per applicable Is it not apparent that such with the students f Central University ute to any future disasters which miirht cated in Sherman Garrison county for Dim result from the withdrawal of foreign the present comfortably situated in a a law can be made as broad and general wav the citizens of Madison capital from the development of our nat- Â¬ nice locust grove have good shady yards its the casing air Section 121 strip- their annual outiijg dav ped of its exceptions fully solves the ural res mi good water good garden and eating vege leiteil Paris as the place to If then it is true that a genHon George Denny was temporary tables we raised radishes beet- - peat problem de gave them a hearty Tinware ol chairman and Waiter Evans of beans onions etc The market afiords eral law for the oliservance of Sunday as tnrning oat in huge aabera Louisville permanent chairman Sam J everything one could w ish A great Beany a day of rest can be made applicable by bv any a to witess iheirdrill on the riinrounils A large stock kept constantly on hand what d Roberta the Lexington Leader man was of our Kentucky people and some from what law and with w hat logic can it be it with I one of Boarbona sub iein perraanenl Secretary Col Evans made all the Southern States and good as you contended that if one person keeps 0ei stantial dinners Wdl tillel baskets a magnificent address during which he would tin anv State This countv is a barroom or other place for the sale of FARMERS Horn all parts ol the countv and Oweol said Every yard of Lae hand made Torclmn Yaleneie- - Silk unless you incorporate a sound large some one said it had 00000 inhabi- spirituous vinous or malt liquors or nites and students at the Ini- Call on us for Agricultural Imcurrency plank in the platform this tants The city is claimed to have 12 000 who shall sell or otherwise dispose of plements of all kinds i a it li much praise for the and all kinds We have cut the prices s deep you will veution will go for naught We dont to I3J300 We have all sorts of land and such liquors that he shall be punished r in which they were received BUILDERS want it to have a counterfeit ring when all sorts of people many are wealthy and moreseverely than another person who law may not be passed in accord nee We keep in stock everything in not reeognize former pri and we hope that in the future they will it passes before the public than that make Mir gold the hardware line that jou need many very poor It proves the truth of keeps oMii another place of busine m with the new constitution On the con their visits more IreqweuL onar - as gooi as the nest ami our the Bible the jioor you have with you who sells any other article or commodÂ¬ triry am of the opinion that such a the arrival of the train the two ion of the paper money H taken at par law could be passed but I am forced to He also always they are moving in in wagons all ity 2 in each com We make specialties of paid a tribute to the integrity f drover the time looking for homes but most Learned counsel attempt to answer the conclusion that sections 1303 821 panv man lied from depot down Pleas- Cleveland and John i Carlisle as to of them have no money to buv with and this question bv invoking the notice and 1322 are each and all out of liar 110 TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING h down to Main it he north their position on the money question never will have if these times last always poorer and claiming that under that nv with the provisions of the organic and out Main to the Fair rounds i he 40 26 and the load and long applause of ap They have the sal on here but will trv power a renter punishment can be inÂ¬ law and therefore void le at ng is ia lle shade ving proval up from This section of the constiution is tie cadets lose h Hagan of of lustythat went showed the thousands to vote it OOtaooo Brother P K Wil dicted upon a party keeping open a barthroats clearly and un s hi brother of L T Wilson formerly of room or other place for the sale of spiritu- unique m its provisions that the cm is overcome and fainted mistakably that that convention would Richmond preacher of the Central Chriswa ous vinous and malt liquors and selling right privileges and capacities of no persWe have marked them down si that you ean get a real lompanv reached the groirsds drill between the two eoaapaauea not indulge any dilatory action on the tian church said to me that if there was the same or otherw ise disposing of same on- shall he taken away or in anv wise for 5e 15c and 25e Well worth twice the monev When Judge Holt came a single brother who would not vote than can be inflicted for keeping open diminished or enlarged OB account of his Z BUCK re the grandstand and silver question to the platform with the report of the against whisky he did not know him any other lace or selling anv other arti- belief or disbelief of any religious tenet enjoyed At the conclusion committee on res hit ions the convention The church has over O0 members The cle or commodity Would not this be dogma or teaching i wrong the Irill two infainte Smith was restless it wanted I know what it sentiments of the tieonle This recognition and protection of the areaaanlnat placing the police jMiwer higher than the Richmond an i Mr Maimer sal about lice silver but as the words the business It has been voted out of constitution I now state the settled disbeliever as well as the believer I rind CUBES NOTHIHG j M u nam 10 Mil titlli III ineywere taken to a We are onaneed to the free and unlimrule in regard to said power I of the State already It is in no other published constitution Any water applied and were ited coinage of silver were read the very broad and comprehensive rimenia Much of the corn crop is from shoulIts pliiishinent of non oliservance of a le 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 7 nt a m known for 19 years as the entire convention arose to its feet in an der to head high We were a little dry limit cannot be accurately defined and ligions dav is violative of this section ms ot brill was also very line 4 BEST REMEDY PILES instant and such a shout and applause early hut seasonable now I am engaged the courts have not been willing den - are the men in charge handling the laniion SOIII BY MI IIRIOOIHTS Efffrttt of Florida Freeze KxajRf rated rj never greeted the report of any commit with chemirais and tiim- in the liverv business doing well and nitely to crcumscribe it but this power liers rrmjridtTKCHAarsCH JTES CO ST LOtTIS tee before Eor fatty ten minutes that ioh to 10 better as we get acquainted however broad an extensive is not The Soiitjiern States magazine has made A panv Silk Glove md Silk Mitts all good values fully worth the Infantrv had as its audience hollowed shouted threw hats This seems to lie a healthy place the aoove me constitution which is the su- I careful aud thorough investigation of in II I CM kerhatn and Win A new line of buggies carriages Mir fans umbrellas and Ihxcs in the air and 35J per eent more inmiey eople look that way and taik it We preme law and so far as it iinoeta the effects of the recent freez in Florida a phew of Mr- - C M Clay Jr AISINhl AITIMUMv demanded that the chairman read it all have had the best of health hardly restraints the silice power must be The reports of its special correspondents ries barouches and wagons just received in a like capacity lor Company B They are dandies Come and see them iiiraiu which was done Col J W Ca any pneumonia who are among the best infermed and Crops are good bo far exercised in subordination to it Cant Henry Uvgant tl miliUirv inP Made of the best materia and guarar perton and Chairman Evans becaaaeao here but it is dry in some localities In the face of subdivision 29 of section must conservative and trustworthy men t A i teed Prices lower than ever before the struct r the 1iiiversitv was ill charge excited that tney waved their hands and Less cotton planted than usual of h More oil of the constitution by what law and in the State show that theeneehl of the lie holds this appoint- Richmond Carriage Works shouted and ol Evans who kept order grain fruits of all kinds abundant Some with what Ionic can it be claimed that if freeze while bad enough it ia true were nieiit under the Government and is ie Mr S U Midkiff Proprietor 39 with a policemans billy came very near one said to me there was V000 cattle one person on the Sabbath shall be found far less disastrous than was at lirst sup of the Lest instruct rs ill the State hitting Judge Holt over the head as he fed in the suburbs of this city this win- at his own or any other trade or calling My stock of carriages buggies osed that the damage to fruits and vege c plea ant occasions were instituted is the handsomest and most stylish in the i IFygaa wh e thirtv years was frantically brandishing it in the air ter and spring and are still doing so I or shall employ his apprentices or other tables and the consequent money nt was a surpi All doubt as to our position on the wrote to El Turley of the Second Nationperson in lalior or other business and thejieruiaiiient injiry to orange tree countrv Give me a call mi ice has imbued him with a love of monev aaeatioa was gone and what was al Bank to pay you mv subscription for whether the same lie for profit ot amuse Mi were enormously exaggerated f the Richmond Carriage Works tu r Mhip IK1 the niiiitarv Ourhig TEN CENTS Towel is still the talk of the another year as iqy time expires oa ment that he shall be punished while orange crop S L Midkiff Proprietor estimated at 5000OUO boxea 39 H Waallia Chancellor of the sentiment of our party on free coin Hew Ir March 1 V We must have the Ci - persons engaged in the town Only a few more left maintenance or about half had been gathered the I niversity came ovet w ith the partv age ol silver was unmistakable we want MAX It is host which the ineinhers a sound and stable currency and with operation of a ferry skiff or steamboat thought that four fifths of the remaining Of that Iniver- Certificate of stock of the National NIr Editor if you will give the 1st if not or steam or street railroad in the limits half were destroyed Many young hud sitv is due more to Hr Illanton than any the help of the business men of Ken Building and Loan Association of Loupages of this letter a place in your go sir virgin purity It is aaid tl of this State or who belong to a religious dad tiees were killed but few liearinp He is untiring in his liorts in tacky that will Ik- the declaration in isville Ky No 4036 for t n shares up and itpaper will take it kindly ami save us the society who observe as a larinc its In half What a Sabbath any urauga irees suuereu seriously except in Have applied for a new shame it is that the November next Recertificate unpleasant task of writing manv letters other day in the week than Sunday n in other Alter the reading of the resolutions and exposed places in the northern part of the ward if returned to luiversity was not kept at Paris It - UO hemp raised il J Gideon Taylor Mr Verkes came to the platform and With kindest regards still yours shall observe as a Sabbath one dav in State and even trees a year old were not a monument of pride Richmond Ky W H Sale W I Bradley in nomination each seven that they shall go free and much affected ia the Southern part to the city but some who could would lla ed C and Elder dailies a colored delegate SUNDAY LAW DECLARED UHOOK unpunished Iinlil for Silver In parts of the State the damage to fruit not help sustain it and it was moved to MLWK IN ILLINOIS Any one wishing to exchange silver for from Covington seconded the nominaIn answer to this question it is ingen trees and vegetables was very slight BHTUTIONAL Richmond There are nw alxnt 400 He said all that the colored man is they students in attendance each year m st tion iously insisted that the exceptions enu- Cabbage turnips onions and other hardy gold should read the following lettir In Silk Madras cloth aud iereales are beautie- - held a fWHaWlio of the State wanted wa- - Col Brallev themselveHardin Ray Co Mo of them from a distance The Sunday closing law has been deÂ¬ merated in section 1321 are a legislative vegetables were comparatively uninjured and a sound money plank and from clared unconstitutional by two Louisville declaration of what are works of and sell for less money than you ean bar the August 12 1892 the Iree The arrangements here were in charge charity In some localities only about a third oftbe material I had unlimitet Rheumatism Kidney Troubles ali of Ha a Qaiati Ward Jr J J every hilltop and vale from every city Judge and hereafter the saloons in that and netssitv and that accused cannot tomato plants were killed According to and hamlet from the East and the West city will l run wide open without in- complain of these exceptions To hold the most conservative estimates there w il Constipation and Indigestion Mv liver to without the aid Wiliiau and Chas I Daefcaoa all late iher countries from the Ohio Valley to the Tennessee terference from the authorities Altgcid was there of Central Cniversitv that these exceptions were meant bv the be three fifths or two thirds of a lull crop was enlarged and I looked like I had I never knew a moments ea e and Preiidergast dropsy spies N hwab and Judge William L Jackson ot the Cir- Â¬ Legislature as a legislative declaration as of pineapples Among the adi s who accompanied line the negro citizen would it me wjth should hae but one idea and that the election of cuit Court and Judge Charles i Richie until I used Thedfords Black Draught In Florida where the season for veg to what are works of charity and necesthe cadets were M Irhrhfl sity would be to hold that the legislative tables is continuous the destruction of a I have had no Rheumatism since and the sponsor lot Coarpaay A with her maids Col Bradley and the indorsement of a of the County Court both rendered opinBKAWLKYS DK AD POINT off hundred cent dollar ions Saturday morning in Suudav clos- department was invading powers ex- Â¬ crop ineanssimply the loss of such timeas bloating and soreness are all gone of honor Misses Margaret Cheuault Col Bradley read hjaaneecli of accept ing cases Mrs Anv Mailorv Each Judge struck a different pressly given to the judicial department is required for replanted vegetables to Triable Anne liathtl and Our line of Carpets is still large and we e Kepublican Convention has Matilda A silver dollar will buy a want then to ance aadwaa received only as a leader chord in the matter but their line of bv section 27 greatly amplified by sec- reach the stage of growth that had been mammoth lateil Hon Win 0 Bralicv for Prances ChnbrHk Miss Mary Letaher could go therefore make speeial prices for this lie created by his friends and sup reasoning worked out to the same end tion 2K of the constitution special sale BBoaaar for Company B and ner maids 3J To deny the attained by those destroyed and it is le package of Black Draught at any dru nor Will the coming stlein- jH r eent less than you ever heard rters Advance prxis of this speech From Judge Jacksons decision there accused the right to complain of this lieved thai the enhanced price of vege- store and it worth its weight in gold Misses Saliie hackelfril Annie Bennett them aaid lor Mat Â¬ vention elect him If the tings in brga Mltowal and Mabel Terrill had bean delivered to all the papers as is no appeal There might have been an section by reason of the exceptions tables strawberries etc in March and How and to elose ia uestion should adopt a it was known that every word hat Mr appeal from Judge Richies decision April will more than offset the damage to it would be to hold that the exception e oner Kne Hundred Dillirs Rewird tlu v k Mr Bradley will lie the Misses Imra Walker and Marv Little at 10c per yard and up Bradley arid would Ik- - criticised is said but inasmuch as he and Judge were passed for his benefit and that by the eceniler and January crops for any case of Catarrh thu can not be u the contrary should sponsors tor the Artillerv Companies if the oaawatoaaty was oaTuud the entire Jackson have arrived at the same con- them he was not discriminated against and Mrs Saml Haaae Mrs IVrt Stock cured by ILilIs Catanh Cure ronvaatio re the Chicago garbled Insure that big barn Powell Tar clusion an appeal will be unnecessary t and Mrv Ilaits Siackieforl chap neither of which is true At first blush CHEN KY CO Prop Toledo rse Cleveland and Alter the nomination for Governor As the fine for violating the Sunday it appeared to my mind that if these ex ley 32 crwes We the undersigned have known F J Mr Brae wiil not lie the The bicycle race was won by James nine men were placed in nomination lor closing law is only s7n the cae can not ceptions did not make section Persons desiring to construct wire Cheney for the last 15 years and believe 121 overnor lngels of this city Paiis Kentuckian Lieutenant Governor but Col W J lie taken to the Court ot Appeals The obnoxious to the provisions of the con- and slat fence will do well to consult the dim perfectly honorable in all his business Worthington of Greenup was the luckv decision of the Circuit Court is final stitution aforesaid that these exceptions editor of the Citizen 1 Ins kalL Climax liefow buying else ransactio is and financially able to cany is the month to supply yourself a man to carry away the plum After that The liquor traffic on Sunday therefore should be held void but I find this po- Â¬ where He has a large quantity on out anv obiigitions made by their turn prices will prevail Ilsrlaiaatury Lea ae Caatest No slop shop our own genial Sam Stone was named goes without hindrance sition is not tenable The rule as stated hands at a bargain Weal put in thU Traax Wholesale Druggists T- tf-e hut t ie manager of the meeting and the for Auditor C 0 Reynolds for Register 1011 ville iiiuefcV The decisions were rendered in the by NIr Cooley is as follows r r eg ar ne at reduced priees v Hiding low it uo w Kmnan ft Mlarvin Suits for men boy jadaaewreall residents of Richmond or ofLaadj Office Charlie Hairy ha P use a stiietto for a Criminal Division by Judges Jackson But if its purpose that is the purpose Louisville and children Come anil look Tobacco Market Wholesale Druggist Toledo Ohi unty present r pist the sule retarv of Suite W S Tav lor for Attor and Richie sitting jointlv Each one of the law is to accomplish a single mir wsin thU s By Ulover A Iuielt Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Louisville Tobacco suit you in priees style aud goods nenil iaOBje Long for Treasurer handed down a separate opinion Judge object only and some of its provisions partisans rt is c piel from the I tncaster Ware Hoiine ictingdirecily upon the blood and mj WJ Havidson for Suerintendent Jacksons opinion was rendered in the are void the whole must tall their heads Sales on our market for the week just ous surfaces of the Mitem unless Price 7c A lar cultivates V raat well in all sort of varying weath- audience as- - Public Instruction and Lucas Moore for the Commonwealth against sufficient remains to attest the object closed amount to 3956 hhds with receipts botile Sold by all druggists Testi for the same period ied M 002 hhds Sales on el irt House Tuesdav Coiiimussioiier of Agriculture when the Seelliach Judge Jackson sustained the without the aid of the invalid portion monial free our market since aiuarv a theyll hav to slumber the second annual convention adjourned 5 defendants demurrer filed shortly after and if they are so mutually connected yo i2 hhds Sales ol the 1st amount to even eveuin crop of 1S04 as they make their bade The only light worth mentioning was the warrant was issued In like manner with and dependent 011 each ky lelaraatory other as un our market to this date amount to Awarded utest lor nomination for Railroad Judge Richie sustained the demurrers conditions considerations or compensa- 91944 hhds The market for good to fine Circuit Court the dismal Populists for liighest Honors Worlds Fair leathers decorated with Commissioner in the Third District of Andy Saffon and ieorge Stengel who tions for each other as to warrant the burleys and all colory grades in fair or- Â¬ der has been higher this week than at d schools repre There were as aaa candidates the three were charged with operating saloons in belief that the I egislature intended them any time during the season Common INTLUPKETATIMN OK THE LOO T CAMI ng being D N Comingore of Covthe county on Sunday me ann1 colored The Wst I ine as a w hole and if all could not be carried sorts are about as they have been the OKMCE we ever had and ington John C Wiod of Nit Sterling Judge Jacksons opinion is in substance into effect the Legislature would not sweating season is now at hand and all at specially shippers should be careful as regards orW spetial room had piitean and J S Hnir of the Ninth Congressional as follows iwarance pass the residue independently then if der as tobacco in very solt order is being ss in State convention The crowd beg iiild- Iistrict The convention met at 11 On the 10th day of February isir a some of the parts re unconstitutional neglected t ing as early as s T an tiour lie- - oclock Wednesdav morning and balloted warrant was issued from the Police Con it all the provisions which are thus deThe following quotations fairly repreemblem Jor the ballot eommence a nd by eight till when Wood and Comingore tied of Louisville against Seelbach dependent conditional or connected sent our market or burley tobacco Every day ha its special e log cabin cop features The log standing roo1 a t a premium The with JW it requiring 2til to charging him with the offense of keeping tnuFt fall with them JlDaily ment Trcsh Dk or damaged 2 75 50 to i I near nominate The convention got into a open q Sunday a barroom and place for J lV ia fv There is but one other question which Common ma anv K vaiues avuuir iii ate atarluu i Is i i iiiv coorj trash 3 o to 3 5 the State Buppad ayed aeaei lit and adjournment was the sale of spirituous vinous and malt I liud it necessary to paps upon and that Medium to good colory trash 3 75 to 5 50 a Uie takers arrived and at intervals in had to next morning When the con liquors aud alleging that he did sell is mar 11 section ijtw 2 50 to ani 1321 are Common Lugs not colory 4 00 Ie owing to the nnnop vram The speakers ware intao- - vention reassembled and a ballot taken spirituous vinous and malt liquors on invalid then section 1304 which reads -- on uo von want some ot tne o AOO to cor7 lug nlumhs so come early Medm to Good Coi Iucs n leaving the JogJ Co to e oier published in the last that all the names that had Minuay un March lWo a demurrer Any person who shall without license Common to Med Leaf iours ior speeial low prices 6 00 to 10 00 r and daasategratioi he Record It would be a ed the day before bad some to said warrant was overruled by the so to do sell or otherwise dispose of any Medium to Good leaf 10 00 in - 00 Bepnblicane have re- t task to give a separate detcrip- how or 01 lor and three Police Court and the defendant was spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall Good to Kine Leaf 15 00 to 18 00 MOST PERFECT MADE Select Wrapper- ci fast ball fined 20 and from the judgment assess- - for each offense be fined ft 18 00 to 1 oj A is prosecuted an appeal S f ure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder more than flOtr applies to this Dr nor Free Prices Cream Baking Powder froti Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant this coort aud the case coming oil case because defendants license if he id a tl Worida Fair Highest AUdal ana Diptoma TEARS A POII I lUch j OO I lot of Comanche Indians could not have kept up more noise than they did during the eveuiug The judges were Prof J M B Birdwhistle editor of the Anderson news Prof J V Porter of IslingtI on Prof Clark of Richmond At the close of the last declamation the judges retired to the jury room and after some time spent in deliberation awarded the first prize a handsomely engraved medal to Mr John H Norman of Harrodsburg academy and the second another gold medal to Mr J Bell En of the Danville City School glemau When the decision was announced the friends of the winners nearly lifted the root with their yells Such excitement was never before witnessed in Iancaster While some were disappointed in the result the decision was regarded by a maj rily of those present as fair and just It v as not decided where the league will hold its contest next year but this will be done soon Prof Henry Elliott of Garrard College under whose manage ment the meeting has been gotten up deserves much credit for his untiring efforts in making it successful in every Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stated that that body was awaiting our adjournment to take part in the proceed- ings there when the convention adjourned to meet in Richmond Tues day July lb to inish their work Delegates from Madison county in at tendance were S E Welch T J Coyle C S Coyle C M Rawlings J W Cu perton E T Burnam C F Burnam A R Burnam T S Burnam John Bennett Waller lV nnett C C Wallace E G Parrish MiloSlmnks SHStone Wm stone Win Baaary J C Beadrea J Hendren W Sanders J 11 Karris J R Cornelison Wm T Harris Prof L Â¬ L V Dodga W A Powell erts Henderson Wheeler CthT Gilbert J A White Einmett Embry and Harri- Ir Phil Rob- Â¬ for trial de novo here the defendant has again interposed a demurrer to the warrant This is a test case and numerous cases The warrant is drawn await its decision under section 1303 of the Kentucky statutes which section reads Any jerson who shall on Sunday keep open a barroom or other place for the sale of spirituous vinous or malt liqors or any of them on Sunday shall be fined not less than f 10 nor more than M for each offense As many of the cases pending in the Police Comt arise under section 1321 of the Kentuckv Statutes by agreement that section has also been f till v argued and brietcl and it is to be considered as if cases were pending under it Section u i LAST MONTH muiiui une them to you Alsoproiuiseaiiiil i greater and when 11 J we would she you still Stremr savs the word it is so We dont want the but it is the money we want and if priees will briiu it we will get it We promised you a lot of surprises and we save nil lLl Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ I V Â¬ Â¬ I - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111 - 1 County Judge Richie in concl iding his opinion savs ieneral Sunday laws are upheld bv the courts as legitimately within tie purview of the police power of a State and not because of any religisus idea that they represent But not even the police power caii discriminate It must apply with equal force to all The Han day law as it existed from 1801 to IMO applied to all pernons and forbade labor on Sunday except the ordinary house hold offices and works of necessity and charity but did not apply to any person who is a member of a religion society who observed any other day of the seven as a Sabbath The recent revision of our laws however undertakes to except from the operation of this act persons who labor in the maintenance or operation of a ferry skiff steamboat cr steam or street railway The statute is silent as to the reason for these exceptions It is nrgeil that the Iegislatuie has construed thene to be works ot necessity but it is not tie work of the Legislature to construe the law that is the duty of the courts Counsel for the prosecution concede great trouble at this point but attempt to meet the objection bv arguing that the exceptions are void and not the law But this is not reconcilable with the usual canons of construction The Court of Appeals within a month past held that the operation of an on excursion train Sunday is a lalior of necessity and that the employes and railroads are not punishable under this act Here then is a status applicable to all persons except wharfmen steamboatuien railroaders ferrvtnen and men who may operate skills notwithstanding their These men faith in the Christian Sabbath may be compelled by their employers to work on that day without fear of punishment while on the other hand a citizen how ever sincere his faith and devout is observance of some other day of the seven than Sunday yet if he be not I member oi ome religious society is not exempt from the act If this law is to be enforced as a humanitrrian measure bring- ine to the tired laborer a needed surcrease from toil why except from its benign operation the live classes above referred to than whom none work aiue assiduously It is at this point that the argument fails and the statute stands upon the re ligious idea alone The net of 1801 was on principle and authority constitutional With its engrafted exceptions I a of opinion that it is unconstitutional both bacanee it comes within the inhibitions of the new constitution against aaaeial legislation and because it is a religious statute violative of article of the bill of rights 1 do not hold that a general Sum lay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ 11 noaawKBWwaJciiusiaicai Mild it ZjtTBfcFiMC K m intuit earn umt bbbbi Busy Reapers Our Customers have been Our store lias proven at our fertile field for buyers who have taken word ABSOLUTELY PURE SWEET GAPORAL CIGARETTE Have You Beeo a Reaper HERE IT IS Harvest of Honest Goods 1 it i JIM Â¬ Streng s Special Sale of Silks PATENTS Strengs Special Sale of Dress Goods Strengs Special Sale Embroideries TAYLOR BROS cut ill Strangs Special Sale of Laces 1 ith Strangs Special Â¬ Â¬ Sale of Ladies Vests Â¬ FABLERS EYE I 111 nil II i liMl OINTMENT BOTPJlESj for tv I sm Â¬ j Strangs Special Â¬ j Sale of Kid Gloves Â¬ 11 Strangs Special Â¬ Â¬ Sale of Towels 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Strangs Special Sale of Shirt Waists Â¬ Â¬ Thy 1 Â¬ Â¬ Strangs Special Sale Â¬ Carpets and Mattings Mtttities Â¬ Â¬ i- I 1t1 - P At alt Â¬ 11 FJ Strangs Special iv Â¬ Sale of Clothing Â¬ tr -- ods cwl i luis ir - jL Â¬ Â¬ tl Ius - Â¬ 1 am DH CREAM Strangs Special Sale of Mens and Boys Shirts - -- 1 Â¬ BAKING i- POWDER THE STANDARD j 1 40 iViZi HJSTRElNG I 1 chn - liol rwuai r n l1 fa v fo WWT- - of Clarke county hah been buying sheen and cattle in the WEDNKSDAY JUKE 12 1M6 mountains of Kentucky for tle past years and he says that the stoca is not x f iHsattieragrt- - local of grass for as good now as when he la 97c gaii peat have heard men ot different eouutiea say W A Artiold died Sunday that this ia certainly Mr true Jackson flight at Lancaster Huwtler 1 1 - Mha His ii ljoul Qfianct fol zBaUjain Stale Meairal aMMMMM sfSJsfrPiSrrvl personal proiertv at the rei The fortieth annual wssion of the State Seventh sreet June LLd Medical AssK iation is in session at Har u cfoung out r-- JDmmi rodshurn Dr J M Foster will read a Anderson Irvine the colored rc wirer ho hal a stand at the paper to night on diagnosis of presentatffc entile itoeff gfotfiing Main and 2nd BtaaBta diel tion in childbirth a subject be studied at Heidelberg and which is new in this country The paper will not only he of ffoodi -- Maj Henry T Stanton continues interest to the people in general hut the usly ill at his home in Franktort profession in particular innnini afe commencing c pee he may soon Versailles kaa a f U MH Are last week The on the Northwest srSlgnSJ mm So tffe entile uou ti out Nes of an attempted rae and a corner Ballard building LexaageM streets of Main ami - from thevicuiitv of Iterea and the Harris Seller Bmking Ml tiiat the perpetrators are building adjoining on Main street lxth Monday afternoon a competitive military drill and review under the supervision fa want BARGAINS comc oncc a Jiinl On two story brick two of the oldest land- of Chat Wyeant SA assisted by Capt Swigert I S A took place between Iann Warner waylaid and killed marks in YersailU s were destroyed Cos A and B Besidss the company drill there was an individual drill and artil- week cfwice - near Harrorit burg come to tlie lie fit fifac Mrs Henry Piekels and daughter Warner The Carter building on l exiiiyton street lery practice Butted sui tde Lexington are the Higgins was a and the Kmkead house on Main street Co A was under Capt StoaabanaM Miss Russell Letcher sponsor Co B was Miss Mamie of NI H ti ere boti badly daeaaaai under Capt Stone Miss Lean Walker sponsor The manoeuvres were excellent guests of Mrs tieo Iickels the CINCINNATI CHEAP STORE Capt Swigert wife and daughter of even surprising and the veteran like tiring awakened recollections of the closing W 1 ile rectory Wlutcan mnM struggle of Angus that transpired on the adjacent hill The medal was award- Lexington are visiting Capt and Mrs JriortoJaa 1st is read D King has bajMM the manufacture A kkii Wjaaat FIRST ST RICHMOND PnrriMor nd r the head of Fair in Bichmond of tiling in every deaiaa ed to the sponsor of Co A Gar Jeems GiVMM of Louisville The individual drill created great interest and cheers were numerous when the w tnlllile and color for pavements gate xsts has been in town a week working his contest was decided in favor of Win B Smith Park ot Florida Mr AehillV coon shot Lyman rases ceaoesery work and similar works During these contests the crowd latge in the beu inning had swollen to un- rahbit foot He loiks well m the mouth Simdav His temporary shop is on Kstil avenue Miss Ksther Burnam daughter of Hon usual proiortions The grand stand did not accommodate a third of the spectators lelluuswho tote pistils m With prox r encoiiragcmenl he will put The long gnaay ami shady lawn extending from the Dormitory to the college build A R Purnam gave a delightful enterIb are liable to have trouble The in a plant to employ a dozen men tainment Monday night bag was crowded is now tilling orders for the waterworks Mrs Jennie Morgan is at Mt Sterling artillery was drawn up and unlimbered for action a perceptible silence When the lr Foster Mr Walkerand others NEW ADVERTISEMENTS took possession of the campus The drill was perfect and the battery firing so as a delegate from the Wonians Foreign Walker and wife have taken Bis faille ia mmmm M saltan Female Institute for nearly simultaneous as to sound like one big gun recalled to the writer scenes at Missionary Society of this nlace Miss Minnie Nnchols Miss KvaNuchols J B Fmbrv v Co sold to Mr Rotb Aldershot in ls77 though of course on nothing like so large a scale and had Capt Bad offer the delightful FAIR WARNING of Versailles niiier Ixiarders Khiier I eath childs for Nelson Morris A to VC head Wvgant Is en mounted on a Imnv roan horse with a spiinkling of era V peering from and Mr Alfred Nuchols itieg at Mr B C Stocktons under his military cap he would have looked not unlike the Duke of Cambridge as are nd wife have taken the Walker of slop led cattle M 5 cents per Hiilnd I have a great many notes and ac Miss Kate Morgan is a delegate to the counts past due a ear and over On era little over 30400 They were from on the day in question he dashed thirty thousand of His Majestys regulars against the time I shall proceed o collect bv law Convention of the Young Peoples Mis- Jul each other in sham battle the slop jieji it K J Curlcv V - Turner sou of This sionary Society lieing held at Mt Sterling if necessary all such accounts The prize was awarded to the gnu tor which Miss Marv Little was sponsor Camp Nelson distillery and were old bu ines must be ettled up eith r bv Turner of Mt Ster ped Mr FOmmett Verier has returned from cash or notes well secured and Monday night an interesting and spirited contest among the juniors took place in to Chicago and it was the large bearing BBSfried last week to IfiM W G WHITE the chapel Dr Caldwell of Padaeah Dr Lvons of Loahrrille and Bev Anderson Owen county anil says he saw a 86 pan ad inteie t number ever shipped from Jessamine w ilaiMriM Dr w K ThnMi it of Millershurir being the judges The speakers were Messrs Cecil McElroy cat fish that had swallowed a 5 pound Nicholasville Democrat ram is lwers Heed ot Thomas ami I Alexander The Medal was awarded to Mr John Thomas of Leba ham AN ENDLESS VARIETY Married were married same Week IfbaeaJnHa MeCaan Flla Ftobbaek non The orations were pronounced good Ariana iaines of Richmond and Ollie Bean Etta Taylor and Bessie lyle Mrs Hiaabeta Kinkcad daughter of The various exercises and meetings of Tuesday were satisfactory OF Maj Tboa shelhv and widow of Mr W s Prvor of New Castle were Li rye crowds witnessed the Held exercises Tuesday afternoon lietween the are guests of Mrs Virginia Betts Iaii The Louisvilles won the 100 yard dash caster avenue - Ha B Kinkead died in married at the heme of the brides Cuiversitv and Louisville Athletic Clubs FOBTHK Miss Fannie Wallace of Paint Lick week aged 7 years brother in law Mr W C Muncie on high jump running broad jump and 220 yard race The C V Imys won at putting Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock Bev the shot mile race All persons havina claims against the lW ttie ItcOaaa aged Mm mile walk throw iiic the hammer mile race pole vjult has returned home from the Cincinnati fl j aHa W Conservatory of Music where she has estate otC I Shitflet are hereby notified smith was the minister w Horn residing in the Chiles and mile race In throwing the hammer and in mile race the C lioys came to present the same to me properly veri The groom is a son af edge Pryor of in 1st Sad and rd C lieen taking a regular course represented by Adams won the bicycle ra es at the The latter was the inoth iy tied on or belore July M the Court of Appeals The couple will fair ground track Miss Nannie Heath is home from All per ons imdebtei to the said estate IlClienault make their home in Biihmond ujon THAN ANY OTHER IK USE IN Tuesday night Mr W B Shackelford delivered an entertaining address to the school and has with her MissGarnett are urged to pav the same Meats Irli rrra H I Shikfiet their return two weeks hence Wilson of Huntington W Ya and Miss under graduates and a crowded chapel Subject the Proletarian CENTRAL KENTUCKY Administrator 4 ker lias delivered to Km- Emma L Golbv of Norway la Uraaail To IIAV ihasas weight ttO Miss Mary Iickels has returned from WE HAVE IN STOCK AN IM- The Begister notes the najelai semi The twenty Hrst annual commencement program is as hereunder given Lexington having leen called thither stop annual sale of the Cum AX MEKSE LINE Of Nothing by the severe illness of her niece Mr Is ladiaaa strange about that Good property is H R Pickels little daughter My eis ia now expreM aasatM always in demand FROM WHICH WE CN Two gentlemen one CIT Miss Mary M Smith is absent from the He left Thurs Indiana from Biihmond ane one from FoxtOWD YOU CAN BE GURED WHILE USING IT EVERY P0809 MUSIC PflAVCn MUSIC Mrs Win citv visiting her aunt iew Held of laUir were HguriDL to purchase but were a CURTIS FIELD EH KNAM Denny in Garrard county Miss Man The habit o using tobacco grows on a little slow Still another partv had offerÂ¬ I eara l Health are is exerting herself in the interest of the man until grae diseased condition The Aim Dignity and UsefnlneMOf Medical Science ed CapL Bockaa advance of 500 over Tobacco cause cancer of the produced MFI H Yaught MUSIC Phelps Collins mouth and somach dyspepsia lOM of what he paid for it The Ciim IX sold in Maj H D McClintock who has done J H CHANDLER M Foster comeuae tae new health menioo nerv ju- - affections congestion o 17 fr s ixn Since then it has such efficient work in the J C I depar the retina and wasting of the optic nerve not lieen organized but will The Principles Foogfal For iu the American Revolution changed hands at 3100 41X10 W ao Ifi even to ted for Bichmond Wednesday morning resulting in in pail went oi visioeariy dav MUSIC and 5000 The last named price wouldnt the extent of blindness dizziness or verHe does not expect to return next year 1M MILAN W tigo tobacco asthma nighttl suffocation anar bar it now lliih Art PaiaUac as he wishes to finish up his college dull pain in tb region of the heart fol THAT WE ABE MAKING IT AT The Power and Mission of Genius i IliitchiiiL- - and wife the well- course Jackson Hustler lowed later by sharp pain- - palpitation Slaihlcriic Ibe Slandfiiril Branch MUSIC ipMiss Lstelle Pur all who has been at- and weakened pul e resulting in fatal iii liii iiuioiid again The new train the K C makes GILBERT GLASS It also eaasea loss of vi tending school at Bardatown returned heart disease iwunt some more ot those x tality thirtv He miles an hour coming down Martyrdom the Price of Reform home Saturday and this week is enjoy from Richmond at night and several head MUSIC QLTT BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE ing a house party with her guests Misses beaiorpats Itran aiber ef atock have been killed along the line f D M WALKER Lucile Ewiag Catlett of Owingsville To quit suJdenlv is too severe a shock satasaay fune recently It has U en customary for The Kmaiicipation of the Slave Lillian an Yivian Gaitskill of Clark to the system as tobacco to an inveterate the engineer on the old jerk water that hi 11F ALL DESCRIPTION AND THE i MUSIC county and Marv Btoaar Gatewood of smoker becomes a stimulantBACCO-CU-Rcontinual y craves uty convention Monday I une 17th train to stop get out ami patiently drive W T WILMORE Mt Sterling an attractive quartette all CHOICEST YARIETY is a scientific and reliable vegetable ivention Tusda June Kith the st irk on the track It is said he carnieces of Mrs J M Povntz remed euarar teed to be perfectly harm IN STIHK cuius Will Bise ried a whip for this parpens Laaoator less and which has been in use for the W ill Meet ia Kirhamnil Prof Henry Klliott who has been con Record last 25 years liaving cured thousands of nected with iarrard College has been habitual tobacco users smokers cbewers tapt Kirbv did not carry a whip but eastern Meilical SocieU elected to the position af first assistant and snuff dippers - annual session in bad a little ga m ball whistle that In Vol-- CN ISK ALL THE TOBACCO VOC in the High School oi Paris Mo with a There Mime times used to Mve steam in July not yet tixel B ACCO ClRO -- is a fine WANT WHILH TAKING Prof Klliott handsome ariar il tlirtv five memliers IT WILL NOTIKV vol WHEN TO STOP fiiy Tax larreaHrd scholar aqd a good teacher He has Ve give a wr tten guarantee to permaI Cl HTIS FlKlll BlKXVM naaay Traia Ta Iniae many friends in I ancaster who wish nently cure any case with tnree boxes or a consideration of the baak taj refund the money with 10 per cent inter- Â¬ Jons HlKSTAN ClIAMllKK him abundant success in his new field l N 1 A B runs a secial to Ir- - the Coancil at its Uist anseka meeting in- est Lancaster Becord iieril purixise tax to 75 rv Minday leaving Richmond at Boiikim Scorr Cbow Kacco iuro is not a substitute but a lieturning leaves Irvine at a cents on the slim It was already HI Miss Nancy Huguelv entertained very reliable and scientific cure which abso Ciiauies Daiy cants The school tax raised from 23 to Bound trip 75 cents handsomely Wednesday night in honor Intel v destroy I the craving for tobacco without the aid of will power and without 4- 35 cents this amount Si cents is for Lkonakii Wkakikv DoolAV of her guests Miss Bascom of Sharps 2JZ2X S TttTCTFrttOHTX inconvenience It leaves the system as t lass ia Slriasa rs and other expenses the remainMiss Wallace of Yersailles pure and free from nicotine as the day vou burg and William M 1Vkin Jatkso 1nf Schwartz of Ixiuisville one of ing lo being fur interest on the 000 The residence and lawn were lieautifullv took your first chew 01 smoke William Walts Kknnkv est violinist- - in the Ohio Valley ia school building debt and to create a sink per box Sold by all druggists at decorated the lawn being illuminated IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY Men- - JanI- Undershirts Is treatment and guar- MOST He ourixises organizing a class in ing 11111 to meet the school binds with Japanese lanterns and provided with three boxes 30 2davs or sent direct upon Gboboi Baowa Martix anteed cure 50 He studied at Ln pak and Z music The total city tax is SI 10 The pavilion for the dancers Mrs Jacoh receipt 01 price Send six 2 cent stamps David SfcGooowns Waikkk Mens Balbriggaa Uaderskirts here Huguelv Miss Bascom Miss Wallace for sample booklet and proofs free Eureloiinty and State taxes are s cents ka Chemical A Manulacturing Company Total SI C on the slml for all pur Misses Bullitt and Loviug received with Maimiia OoiLTTI Waikkk lung ami short sleerea ra- Seed chemists La Crosse Wis city county and Suite Miss Bettie Craig Miss manutactuiing Miss Huguelv i consin i Thomas I Chenault has ten thousand EuGBm FhAVCM Asaon Kliza Caldwell Miss Sarah Cecil and a Mens Balbriggan Drawers WHITES CREAM Out ob Bail of blue grass seed from bushels number of the gentlemen of the junior Jonx Bobkkt Boatman brass ta Krat Sain Bruiiiback was here Monday aads near Bichmond The price LadeS1 Vats 5 ami Ilk set assisted in entertaining the large ntim He and Ins brother Martin went down to - higi as the crop lieyond the Ken - with plenty of Good water Katiikkink Bamhii111 Bunion lier of guests present It was a very FOR 20 YEARS Frankfort to testify in the case of Dick Mens lawmiriei Shirts 39e uj A tucky river - -- hort Terms reasonable stylish affair in every way and the pleasJ i ii Hi mk BKMI Has led all WORM Remedies W Deatukraoe dark of Clark county charged with ure did not lag for a moment Danville Hill lis u Mayiela EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED large stock t sefeef fmni Call stealing saw logs in Kentuckv River Jno Mcai Advocate SOLD BY A Ii DRlGeiSTN Students Summer Coafrrenre Irof Milton Klliott has abandoned Their testimony led to their arrest as by Pi ami ass them iK furv vou buv RH HlRnSOT MKIIH IM TO Bout Stivrt Tayiok On the grounds of the University of Ten- Â¬ fTrl College and will next school parties tithe crime with Clark They A kentnekian Prniniifnt ia the Far Kast e in charge of the college at Mav- - nave bail Sam as he and his brother nessee Knoxville Tenn June 14 23 1805 Fans Fans We want to supply Frank Carpeut r the Washington Citv ii - I most thorough educator bought the tinilier cut the logs and sold ed with pain in the head back and limbs journalist of world wide reputation who For this occasion the Southern States Musiral MONEY TO LOAN er his lot may tie i ast every man woman and child in Kentucky Horse and cattle Powders visited Bichmond several years ago is Passenger Association has authorized a At a low rate of interest for a term of them and an so prove by reliable wit A piano recital was given on the evena good They have always borne nesses Whites Chicken Cholera Cure Whites traveling in Asia In a recent letter he rate of one limted first class fare for the vearson good farm property For infor Baakfi Caeaa ing of the 7th by Miss Caroline F BarRichmond with fans Open and Whites Toothache publishes a lengthy interview with Gen rovnd trip tickets of iron clad signature mation apply to llev Wm Crow is colporteur for the name and their neighlx rs expect them to bours class The first piece on the pro- Blood Medici ue 46 19 CHAS S POWELL form limited to continuous passage in Drops lieath to Bats Porous Plaster Clarence Greathouse formerly of Ver4 i 8 and Ilk shut fans Kentucky and will supply all come clear gramme was a trio by Misses both directions to be sold June 13th and The man Clark is not a rand son ot Crow Katie Douglass and Delia Pigg Qaiaiaa i oz Capsules per box Smiths sailles - of a religious or One of the brightest Americans moral nature at fc Turley pay all fire losses Fcwell 14th good reti rning up to and including A finer line at Ji J who ever went to Asia savs Carpenter hers prices Samples ot the Ox Gafaraar Clark as reported by dispatch It was wed played Miss Mariewillie Liniment Smiths Kidney Tonic 3- The Southern Railway June 25th 1S9 from Frankfort is Clarence Greathouse who is now the lagans drag si songs very effectively Smith sang two Kut And Hy In Wheal Who have the best companies Answer offers to the teacher and pupil desiring to 75 and Dont fail to foreign adviser to the King of Corea Miss Bertha Cook sanaFor all Eternity lafiraary Donations far May attend this conference fast and conven- Powell Turley 32 Isaac Scott has 15 acres of wheat that Prrsideat af State Kaard Genera Greathouse comes from one of ient and Little Heart She is gifted with a has been so greatly injured by Westminster Lague acrap Ivook schedules and elegantly equipped what we have in alxive line Dr W B Tipton a descendant of the rust the oldest families of Kentucky All fire losses paid by Pcwell 4c He emiThe two instru- that he expects to turn his Mrs EV GflMMs Mrs TJ Smith very sweet voice elected lieen cattle in on grated some years ago to California and trains Information furnished upon ap Turley Madiioa eaaatf has for the Mag mental solos bv Miss Alene Jackson it We have an Parasols Parasols Steve Lucas has about seventy five made nimself noted as a San Francisco plication by anv agent or by C A Bon ut of the New Mexico Board of and Mrs Dr Fnizee dinner were played admirably The last by acres which be claims is Ablaze will start Powell a Tarley - istrates completely lawyer and a newspaper editor He was scoter A G P A Knoxville Tenn or Health He is a graduate of the IniverChopin could not be excelled The au ruined by the Hy He 32 Mrs T D Chenalt plants immense line of Umbrellas and i thought a month at one time owner of the Examiner and by W A Turk G P A Washington Missouri and of Bellvue New dience was delighted with Miss Delia ago it would Schafliaiisen plant Mrs DC make bushels but will shortly after he sold this he was appointDont neglect your insurance Powell Parasols at 59c up Mrs Dr Taylor cake and ice cream Piggs rendition of Dance of the Brown take the price of the seed for it now Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ Turley ed consul general 10 Yokohoma He 33 MillShe is a musical prodigy Miss a MR Mrs Henry Streng Is ans Add Adam has two large fields of wheat Iap Robes 25c up lettie Crow interpreted two grand com- which has been so badly damaged by the took the position in order to have a va hauled and painted at the very Ijwest Dont go to sleep over your insurance an evidence tnat times are rapidly Miss Kay Strcng strawlx rries candy cation in lapau and left it to go to Corea prices All work guaranteed to be as PoweH positions very skillfully The technique fly that he offers to 23 Turley ag lietter we mention that arrange iilts to a patient take 21 bushels er During his stay iu California he was good as any in the State Window Shades 10c gomplete of all the pupils was beautiful Miss Miss Ie Hurley gifts to a patteat liiiati have lieen made for the building acre for it Several others whose farms closely associated with the greatest of the Are yaa insured Powell ft Tarley Richmond Carri soe Works Barbour is complimented by all who had run up to the Salt Kiver of an extensive mill but the part Mrs J C Miller gifts to a patient 3 valley will not mining niilionaires there He had heard Curtain Poles 15c S L Midkiff Proprietor 39- the pleasure of attending her charming average 2 quest sieu e yet a while If it isnt here Mrs W B Letcher plants bushels per acre Harrods wonderful tales of the gold mines of What about your insurance Powell recital We sell more Envelopes and Pa- Mrs F Y Gibson milk plants straw here it is not far away Goto D P Armerthe Main Street burg Democrat Corea and I imagine that the real reaTurley 31 berries Jeweler for one of those handsome Gold A Hediriir Indatttry In Richmond Heaseaad hat MA son for his acceptance of his present posi per for oc than vou buv bo ins iuoH Work Look out for fires as veil as storms Mr T J Smith loan of cow and Gold Filed Ladies and Gents T B HackeU has Isuight the Huls at the Corean court was that he It is not generally known in fact a 3 max ia The Courier Journal says Gen Green tion Watches that he is offering so cheap P 0 veil St Turley wh might in some way learn aliotit these scarcely known at all that druggist W Clay Smith who residence corner of Third street and B iilisou barrel of flour Mr John went from Kentucky to gold Also some ot those Boys Waches at Fire is a good servant but a bad mines an d get a concession for tLeru G Mi per yard White manufactures here in Bich- become The price paid was ITT avenue Mrs R M Shaw strawberries pastor of the Metropolitan Bap- Â¬ I know 3- 250 that are warranted master Povell 3s Turley family very well but I Gen Greathouse Ha kett and mond no less than forty seven different tist Mr cash church of Washington City is mak Mrs Dr Bales soap Table OH Cloth 15c- per yar hive no authority from him for the kinds of medicine His laboratory is iag a have been occupying the place ever success as a Capital pastor He Saaad Hairy is a shrewd He kfllaraad abovestatement inches wide piled up with materials and he has since the Ilulses left for Texas The Lightning Hot Dops niw has a new house of worship It is man however and it will not be sursale Mabeatoa a revival of real estate The District Deaanrranc Convention drummers one of whom goes as far as his custom at his services to receive the What a Funny Name prising if he one day comes hack to the Atlanta ia Chiefest among his pro nncee held at Winchester last Friday to contribution boxes from the collectors Very True but it Kills All Pain United States a millionaire At present Railroad Cominis- - duct ions are Whites headache powders for and standing before the congregation Hied at Irwae Sold Everywhere Every Day sioner named Hon Green B Keliar of quick relief star worm medicine and ask God to accept and bless the gifts of he is still living in the city of Seoul In prices ie taking place at onr ousine8 Mr-- Katie Mann died of consumption Without Relief There ia No Pavl where he has a magnificent establish Carlisle No lietter selection could have Whites chicken cholera cure Other His people Another Baptist preacher quarters on Main street We keep the at the home of her fatherCharles Friend ment and lives in right royal style The re our new Patent I1 ISateman drops i iodfreys He has lx en in the news-pajs-- r articles are lieen made who practices this plan recently received Have finest line of clothinjt in the city at Irvine on Monday June 10th business for twenty or more years Cordial Whites Extract Vanilla Whites a letter containing one dollar with the king has honored him in every possible Is your ble Umbrella Covers to 30 All we ask LdMann of the If not get suits ranging from Are you in it insurance KM the Wi He has the rank of a noble and repr sented Burbon county in the Icg Fxtract l enion Castor Oil for Medicine explanation that the writer had put in a way umbrella eovering getting p is a visit from you We guarantee you Ieccased had many Methodist church 32 he rides about the city in a chair carried in it Powell il Turley Extract Jamaica Ginger islature and has a time or two bin ii Turpentine yl ty sffMaaMtaNl 4aw nickel but when the pastor prayed he hy courteous treatment and will show you Is in Richmond a hole y than four servants in livery accompanied Paregoric Lauiianuiii Hive Syrup felt so Nickel Plate Stasia Holder ROBINSON CO clerk of the Bbawef Bepresentatives the f r ashamed that lie sent the dollar No goods misrep Â¬ goods with pleasure burial at Irvine by soldiers He puts on a great deal of the thing t us and BokTOK Mass Tlie convention endorsed the Chicago iSyruy of Squills Sweet Oil Syrup of Send eight cents in postage stamps to resented to make a sale When passing Tue New Hall Nearing CoBpletiaa dignity in his intercourse with the Co- C B Ryan A G P A C Ipecac Spirits Camphor FCssence Cinna Â¬ Heat Kefaad platform and Cleveland and Carlisle O Ry it a new lease of lite We will onr store take a look in our show winmon Essence Lemon Fsence Pepper Â¬ White ft Bush proprietors of the new rean officials but at home he is the same Cincinnati foi this unkjue vest pocket The free silver element if ther The coontv will have to lefund the pleasure of a dows Hoping to have the vet it in five minut public hall corner of Irvine and B frank open Westerner that he was when holder mint Tincture Iron Glycerine the four banks any such element present w taxes of 1883 an 50 54 call from flBfiM Prepared Chalk Whites Cleans streets have bought handsome opera oulv I common citizen of the United I under the recent bank rngrj quiet Blackburn and Hardia were of Richmond The best companies adjust promptly pentftillv for cleaning clothes chairs and 75 others for the hall Bich- - States of the Court of apjieals there but the former did not attempt to ing Compound tax decision Turley Powell 12 Whites Tan Ladies work is don ss ak and the latter said nothing in his Sewing Machine Oil Vasaliue Healing inond has never hail such elegant chairs The amounts and dates are as follows Coujiii Syrup Grand Mothers for a public place 7 Reports speech about ti nances The U Nations 1883 The pleasant effect aid perfect safety Ricbmonl 1 P AXMEi The hall is 3b by iA feet with varnish with which ladies may on Richmond Salve Bheuiiiatic Herb Liniment 2ik Among the Farmers 90611 Second National show Royal Baking Powder The ue the Cahlornia plastered ceiliuvr liquid laxitive Syrup of Figs under all W Bales J A Sullivan W R lieliff Whites Diarrhoea Cordial Star tinished wainscottiiiK Madison National were J K8liH National showed no baking powder superto to all others T VW B Worm Medicine HaaUl Whites Blood that cemforms to the roof a good stage conditions makes it For 1K4 Bichmond National Shackelford J Stone their favorite remedv so pure or so great ia leav UW and Liver Pills Southern Chill Cure two dressing rooms gas anil excellent To get the true anil genuine anicle look H Sn Far Smith P Powell 3c Turley prompt and trfist- 711W Second National eaing power as the ffoyaL W Whites Eye Water Whites Restoration ventilation Inside stairway from 3- mers National o07no Mad ui Nation- Â¬ for the name of the California Fig Syrup orortay Fires like deetli and taxes hive Sim- - for nervous debility lose manhood etc The building is a two tory frame with Co printed near the bottom of the packie John IK We have the best companies LP o wdi tee ia tlie world siace its cxeatioc al f Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Whites Cure for jrrip and cold attend- - two good business houses fronting on age lae Turley Awarded Gold Medal Hhrkter Fair Sen Faoaeca Total tt53 32 Powell Turkey ire in mj r anv tBMM W 1 Twealy Kirsl Annual Coaaearrairat af Ceatral Uaivernily Seven hundred people crowded the spacious chapel of Central Vnivrsity Sunday to hear the baccalaureate sermon by Bev Dr Beat tie of Louisville The chapel has rcently been reseated with handsome oiera chairs and the large audience was unusually comfortable The sermon was in every wav appropriate and adequate to the occasion The friends of the Cniversily were delighted with the increased interest in the school as evidenced by the numliers and quality of the attendance Sunday night the Pfaat Presbyterian chiir h was crowded to hear Bev Dr Ly oils sermon liefore the Fniversity Y M Q A Dr Lyons acquitted himself to the satisfaction of all St- aetata ot H I hitflet adminii Liked at Laacast r Monday morning the exercises of the Preparatory Department consisted of declaShifHet The sermon at the lresb terian church mations by Hood bittle of Bichmond Win B Smith Bark of Florida Leslie Er 11 Co have otu ned a Sunday night hy Bev J Lmmo McKee 8 Perry Jr of Bichmond was listened to ly a ans of Bichmond James M Bains of Mississippi and Nevill Moberlyof Bich p on B Mrei t The judges were Dr Beattie Dr Lyons and Mr Givens The prize was large and attentive congregation He is mond The lntiriiiary strawberry supper a chip of the old Mack awarded to Mr Bains aaa has develop Wednesday night netted At tea that evening Mr and Mrs Bobert Bodes Burnam entertained the five ed a talent as a preacher that places him -speakeis and their Hve marshals untrd Holler Mill was dam in the front rank of pulpit orators in 8 Kentucky I jincaster Kecord nirdny night W T Mullin THE CLIMAX Maaataia taltle Iryjne street and a small store room fronting on B street Tue hall will lie opened during the Fair Correspondence with some theatrical company is now going on Â¬ 5 111 1 11111 -- Jd Print PKKSONAL A C Green is in town it Â¬ Miss Lisle of Clark is at Dr Taylors Miss Mary Pattie is home from Somerset Mr Wm Â¬ Â¬ Devore and wife are at Hot Springs Miss Sophia Hardin is with Miss Katie Â¬ - Blanton Mr Tom Deering of Nicholasville was here Saturdiy Misses Walker of Franklin are with Mrs K B Hume Miss Susie Gay stllart 0f Georetown is visiting relatives here Miss Katie Yaught of Versailles is with the Misses Harber Dr Montgomery and wife of Indiana are at Mr W letchers Miss Mary Bennett visited Miss Marv Nealc in Lexington last week Miss Marv and Miss Sallie ONeal of Lexington are at Mr J A Metabnaa Mr Thus Martin wife and daughter Buth of Lexington are at Dr F razees The hi weekly meeting of the musical club met with Miss Anna Frazee last iii llillMiT i COST AT COST i ATI ii I i ifSJi iuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiI 111111 io i e-- THE GINGIN NATI - kf J JJ tJ V pTi - Shackelford LaJAC raarabrtig Vf tut 24 Cincinnati foai gtoic Â¬ of Soon fifoa Jfitti itt unhfiimj Jfhaicaf JnWumcnti i jyjY tf and ii- lilJa mm untif StocF cfccd if at Â¬ ictlii GMEAP Â¬ mJmm pSSfS Si iule and 1 Â¬ ST0R 0 Â¬ Â¬ Hliuifllg Hlllliiillillflllii lt - i WE HAVE THEM j Â¬ -- MORE GOOD Irusit WE CARRY Â¬ iiffliiistos Hok CLOTHING LEAST MONEY 1 1 1 j Ready Made 1 Plnthinn Programme mi mno wm jumiji Spring Id Suitings GENTS JasaH 1 Furnishing Â¬ Â¬ MODERATE Goods I Â¬ PRICES unvt Â¬ Gass Â¬ forget that wo Jiiake the LOWEST PRICES for the quality of goods of any firm in Richmond Come and inspect our stock M VORIES BROS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ WORMS vermifuge A - - BARGAINS liuaii Â¬ Â¬ AT -- Â¬ Â¬ ELDERS Â¬ i Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ BARGAIN Â¬ Â¬ g Â¬ e i Ciita m STORE - TIME IS FLYING Â¬ Â¬ Asa-fu-ti- i S Govt Worlds Fair Tests 752 i ij Kfft v Gurney Patent Refrigerators ItHHi Why the iarsey Ostsrlls The Gurrey having a removable galvanized ice compartment makes it the ranable refrigerator and being free Firtt from damage bv DONT LIKE IT A THE BIBLE Book That Survives All the Spite Enmity Venom and in this shape is in the very shape that God wants it It pleases God and it ought to please irtine either m his hear or in nis life a lib- - All oh litorti Germany Very Much Put Out Over the Fact And the ice pick overcomes a llierr That France and Russia Secured th The Gur- common fault of refrigerator nstructcu that the ice does not come in contact with the sd- walls thus ting all condensation or Sweating1 on the inside lining an important feature of cleanliness and durabiUtT J When the drxness is tested rence is given to the Gurney Third Experimental tests have proven that a pound of ice will cold and hold at a lower and more even temperature more cubic inches of space in a Gurney than in any other known lefrigerator Fourth Standard authorities show hv acual testi-- that mineral wool with which the Gurnev is packed is the onli perfect insulator or non conductor tor filling wall mmmmmmBm i w that the Conker Fifth A has the freest circulation will show in one third the ie iurnei b reason of its free circulation wo to four deyret s lower leniuciilure than am other refrigeiator on the 7 3f market Yours in improvements SHACKELFORD CENTRY Criticism of Karlh anil Hrll Vi Arr Irnplt Who Would Cluing- lliia Hunk -- VrrimHi by Rati - 1 Da 80000000 Chinese ilt Tsliiiatr Loan llll The German Syndicate Will Seek an Ea tente With the Kngliah Financial llauir In the Matter of a Good Share of the Larger Loan 3P Finally Settled The J00NC y 1 Iver Question Collars Cuffs To rcatow pawperity anl oiitntiiiiit in litis city and Madisoa unity il at our NEW STORE ami txthmmgt yonr silver fur the ravprni goode in Etichmood Cottons Calicoes Ginghams Corsets Gloves Handkerchiefs Fans Ties Socks Suspenders Pants Overalls Trunks Percales Nainsooks Satines Hambnrgs Laces Purses Soaps Towels Shirts china has proved to be a disagreeable surprise both to the government and to the leaders in financial circles who hail Ixen relying upon official action to so r a large share of the Chinese loan for errnany Immediately upon receipt of tienewsof the KuMan coup the members of a German syndicate Royal Seehandlunfr is the head com municated with the financial department of the government upon the prospects of Germanys securing the loan which will main indemnity amount to SiraiOOOOUO or S OOOOOOOO and negotiations were also resumed by the syndicate with the London Roth- Â¬ schilds on the question of the of Enjriish bankers in the scheme The syndicate has received prompt assurance tnat the government will intervene to obtain for Germany a share in such further financial arrangements as nine may require As the 880000 000 now guaranteed by Russia covers only the indemnity to Japan for the mudli of the Lia Tong peninsula German linancial houses are confident that hina must have recourse to them to float the larper loan which Russia could not guarantee nor French financiers supply without outside assistance The German syndicate with the approval of the government will therefore seek an entente with the Ensrlish financial houses in the matter of the larper loan In the meantime the political impor- Â¬ tance of the Franco Russian arrangement is keenly felt and it ts probable that that loan will not be admitted into the German and English markets This at least is the feeling of the syn- Â¬ dicate which includes in its member- Â¬ ship the llleiohroeiers the National bank of Germany Hehren A Sons of Hamburg Von der Hevdt ft Co the DrcaAra bank the Schaafthausen bank and other leading financial instiI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bfbiin June la The news of the Franco Russian loan of f8O000000 to SboP5 and Oxfords tutions GROVERS VACATION losierij Our lobbi WC aj RT Hays y No 9 First St Richmond Ky j DO YOU WANT A i 5 WAGON h s H been for Secretary reshams death President Cleveland would now be at As it is he will be comJray Unbles pelled to remain in Washington until the last of this month There are several new policies to arrange and new details as well and cabinet meetings will be required for their consideraThis together with routine tion work tluit has piled up will keep the president here It is expected that the new attorney general Jodaoa Harmon will be here in time to be sworn in on Tuesday and attend the cabinet meeting of that date That is what the president hopes he will - able to do even if he has to return to liminnati later to arrange his business affairs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Owing to Cabinet Changes He Will Not Be Able to Sat Awaj Before the End of the Month Washixcton Sune 10 Had it not Rev Dr Talmage dealt with a subject that is agitating the entire Christian Church at the present moment viz Expurgation of the Scripture The text chos n was let Jod lie true Romans iii 4 but every mui a li r The Bible needs no reconstruct ion aeoortiiag to some inside and outsde the pulpit It is mi surprise that the world bomlianls the Scriptures but it is auiaing to tind Christ iin ministers picking at this in the Bible ami denying that until many good cople are left in the fog about what parts of the Bible lliey ought to ehcve and what parts to rejeet The lieinoiisness of finding fault with the Bible at this our day the time is most evident Bible is assailed by sunrrilit v bj misrepresentation by infidel scientists by all the viee of earth and all the venom of perditUML and at this particular time even preachers of thetosel fall into line of criticism of the Word of tJod Why it makes me think of ship in a September equinox the waves dashing to the top of the smokethe hatches fastened stack and down and many prophesying the foundering of the steamer and at this lime some of the crew with aes and saws go down into the hohi of the ship and try to saw off some of the plunks and pry out some of the limber lie cause the tiiulier did not come from the right forest It does nol seem to me n commendable business for the crew to Ih- - helping the wind and storms outside with their axes and saws inNow this old tospel ship what side with the roaring of earth and hell around the stem and stern and mutiny on deck is having a very rough voyage But hve noticed that not one of the tiuiliers has started and the captain says he will see it through And I have noticed that keelson and eoiintei tiuilicr knee are built out of Lebanon cedar and she is going to weather the gale but no credit to those w iio make mutiny on deck When I see professed Christians in this particular day finding fault with tht Scriptures it makes me think of a fortress terrifically bo harried ami the men on the ramparts instead of swabbing out and loading the guns and helping fetch up the ammunition from the magazine are trving with crowbars to pry out from the wall eer taiti blocks of stone because they did not come from the right quarry Oh men on the raaaparta better fight back and fight dow n the common enemy instead of trving to make breaches in the wall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ I us The epidemics which have swept housandsof other books into the sepul chre of forget fulness have only brightened the fame of this There is not thousand that lives one book out of lve years Any publisher will tell you that There will not be more than one book out of every 20000 that will live Yet here is a Book a century much of it 1600 years old and much of it 4000 years old and resil- and more rebound with ienee and strength in it than when the book was first put upon parchment or papyrus This Book saw the cradle of all other books and it will see their graves Would you not think that an old Book like this some of it 40 centuries old would come along hobbling Instead of with age and crutches that more potent than any other book More copies of it printed of the time in the last ten years than of any oth- er book Walter Scotts Waverly NovHistory of Engels Macanlcys the land Disraelis Endymlon works of Tennyson and Longfellow and all the popular books of our time having no such sale in the last ten tears as this old worn out Book Do you know what a struggle a Ixiok has in order to get through one century or two centuries Some old books dur- ing a fire in a seraglio of Constantino Â¬ ple were thrown into the street A man without any education picked up one of these books read it and did not A scholar looked see the value of it arer his siiomner ana saw u was tne Brat and second decades of Livv ami lie offered the man a large reward book he would bring the if to his study but in the excitement of the fire the tare parted and the first and second decade of livy were forever lost Pliny wrote twenty books of history all lost The most of Menanders writings lost of no comedies of Plautus all gone but Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ twenty Ml TU IIIKKYS THE MAN if LOWER Wasiiimton June 10 ent R W McClaaherjr WE SELL AS LOW AS THAN EVEK BEFORE MANY WE HAVE T WE ARE AFTER CASH w i CAN p if Superintendof the Pontiae reformatory has been selected as the warden for the Darted States penitentiary at Ft Leavenworth when that institution comes under the jurisdiction of the department of justice July Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 UK KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JoPTon u U ffHiiiiiiiiua H IT TICKLES YOU the INSTANT RELIEF roil SET Fom LIGHTNING HOT DROPS CURES i A I mg y Jt - bjwW Good Smells Eierywheis Tastes Good Does Good evert time Mo Relief Par Botte Me T Sold 3 4 - tJmfc Cramps Iiiarrhora Flux Cholera Morbus Nausea Chances of Water elc s Binma Bruises Scratches Bites of H EALS Animas Serpents Burs etc BREAKS UP i 4 Colds La Grippe Influenza Sfre I hroat etc bd OaiC Lamont is in favor of recruiting soldiers entirely at military posts and of abolishing city offices vax TV caiis on MOtra Washington June 10 Mr Yang Yu the Chinese minister accompanied by two of his suite was received by the president at the white house in order to present an official communication from the Chinese government formally tnanking the president and government of the United States for their friendly offices in behalf of securing peace lietween China and Japan The document containing Chinas expressions of gratitude was of yellow silk and ornamented by ribbons of the same color It was about two feet wide and several feet in length Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vamiimton 4i KKTAKY IAMONTs IIH A June 10 Secretary at 25c ana 50c a tWO femJf ItBBV s BtBCh aJ Ibt boltic Pit HI KB MEDICINE CO mmmhhh 5PRINGF1E1D O Fire Sunday afternoon destroyed the extensive lumber yard and sash door and blind factory of Dewing V Sons and several frame and brick blocks De wings loss will be over 100000 with 87 000 insurance The total loss will be 200000 Col Thompaons Destructive Fire at Kalamazoo Kalamazoo Mich June 10 Â¬ S 109 WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN It rr tw Terrk Hai te Ind June 10 Surrounded by his sons daughters and grandchildren Col R W Thompson the grand old man of Indiana Sunday quietly celebrated his eighty sixth His health is better at this birthday time than at any time for a year cr more Â¬ Birthday A Heavy Kaln Â¬ ia that thf Qtir j tnd Pre rJ k nt F TiU is - 7 niW - CifMliU UUuh i AtUitiv SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS iaU IVitfc Oavn i Virkhnr u4 Mirri ew Aiht jf tii kr Ula lrnl s Wamt i cta buiti tnaa w nil uuu tl aBacttwa ia Duuic at Lciiuuj O w Geiil i miAiNi r Agent luciiinAti ROUTE Dks Moixes Ia June 10 Rain began falling at an early hour Sunday morning and continued until 6 oclock Sunday night It is the heaviest rainfall for years Reports from different sections are of more or less damage to crops Frlta Emmet Jr in Trouble San Francisco June 10 Fritz Emmet jr while drunk shot at his wife and then beat her with the butt His wife was not danger- Â¬ of his gun ously injured Emmet is in jail Â¬ Ljl QUEEN AND CRESCENT v THE BLUE GRASS HERD i mji t BREEDZRS FROM THE BEST HERDS of this famous Mate A iplendid lot ol pis for hale from reyihtered tock Correspondence sclicited Address SATISPACnOM GtrARANTEEl WERE SELECTED ra OK m swiki has issued a call for a meeting of the committee at Co-Â¬ lumbus June J5 On the Ifooeraaooa Husband Find it dull here Why I thought youd like the quiet of it dar- Â¬ ling at such a time Wife Oh Jack dear whats the use of being a bride without a crowd of other girls to envy one Demorests Magazine Stocked central committee Democratic State Committee to Meet Coi iMBt8 O Jan 10 Chairman M A Smalley of he democratic state RH BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Ky M- ninimniin riTm n KiUHMUND-oltA- LAUNDRY I PATRONIZE HOME Real Estate I INDUSTRIES FOR SALE The house and lot in B Work done promptly and as well a any other Laundry in the Count r v g PRICES NO HIGHiCR Home People and thev will staud bv vou ml by OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED known as the Riddel house A lovely j situation and going at a bargain i en thousand acres mineral and timber lands on Station Camp and its tributaries Contains over three feet fine coal 40 inches block coal and Icannel quantities of hard wood and poplar limber Four hundred acres coa and tim ber lands on the waters of Sturgeon Creek Lre countv K at a bargain House and thirteen acres of land 4 at Millers Creek Kv The R N I B depot wni be located on this when the road s extended Three hundred acres at Kings Sta Hon on R N I BR R Potters clay and ciav for encaustic tiling abundant on thic land A bargain oftered Station and post office established Residence on the corner of Oak and or frame house 8 rooms with basement and cellar 1 ot - x 200 leer Young truit and good out buildings S F ROCK I Iivine Kv The Affable Stranger I am a dealer in plumbers supplies and I called to see if we couldnt do some business to-Â¬ day The Polite Plumber Im afraid not sir I have all the bill heads I can use for some time to come Life A Worthy Irecedeat Reformer But dont you think that compulsory education is against the laws of nature Commissioner Not at all Even the fishes of the sea arc always ia sebo s you know X V World She Had t a me lor r ar Mamma said the cannibal beauty I am really to her maternal ancestor alarmed at Mr Kinkcys intense passion for me Why my dear roy last night he declared I was sweet enough to eat Life One or the Other They say the colonel is a great mill man now Rum or cotton Atlanta Constitu- Â¬ tion Â¬ i Do Not Remain So Â¬ Mr Manhattan Are the divorced women in Chicago called widows Mrs Wabash Not for any length of time Brooklyn Life Neceaalry While self made man are rare we meet Vitb self made worn n every day few of these a maid to nake Tlicm up caa well afford to pay Washing ton star reenturies While I oppose this expurgation of the Scriptures I shall give you my What reasons for sueh opposition say some of the theological evolutionists whose brains have been addled by too long brooding over them by Dar win and Spencer yon dont now really believe all the story of the Harden Ves as much as I of Edl n do you belicM there were roses in my garden say they But you last summer dont real I j believe that the sun and Ves and if I moon stood still had strength enough to create a I sun and moon could make them stand still or cause the refraction of the suns rays S3 it would ap But pear to stand still they say you dont really believe that the Yes and if whale swallowed Jonah were strong enough to make n whale I could have made very easy ingress for the refractory prophet leaving to Evolution to eject him if he were a u But say they unworthy tenant you dont really believe that the waYes just ter was turned into wine as easily as water now is often turned into wine with an admixture of strych But say they nine and logwood von dont really believe that Samson slew a thousand with the jawbone of Ves and I think that the an ass man who in this day assaults the Bi Â¬ ble is wielding the same weapon There is nothing in the Bible that staggers me There are many things I do not understand I do not pretend to understand never shall in this world understand But that would lie a very poor Oo I who could be fully understood by the human That would be a very small Infinite that can be measured by the finite You must not expect to weigh the thuniierlxilts of Omnipotence in an apothecarys balance Starting with the idea that Gsod can do anything and that He was present at the beginning and that He is resent now there is nothing in the Holy Scriptures to arouse skepticism in my heart Here I stand a fossil of tne ages dug up from the tertiary formation fallen off the shelf of U antiquarian a man in the latter part of the glorious nineteenth century believing in a whole Bible from lid to lid I am opposed to the expurgation of the Scriptures in the first place be cause the Bible in its present shape has been so miraculous y preserved Fifteen hundred years after Herodotus wrote his history there was only one manuscript copy of it Twelve hundred years after Ilato wrote his book there was only one manuscript copy of it God was so careful to have us have the Bible in just the right shape that we have fifty manuscript copits of the New Testament a thousand years old and some of them li0fl years old This Book handed down from the time of Christ or just after the time of Christ by the hand of such men as Origen in the second century and Tertuliian in the third century and by men of dilVereit ages who died for their principles The three best cop- Â¬ ies of the New Testament in manuscript in the possession of the three treat churches the Protestant church of England the QlBtfc church of St Petersburg and the Romish church of Italy It is a plain matter of history that Tibchendorf went to a convent in the Peninsula of Sinai and was by ropes lifted over the wall into the convent that being the only mode of admissiou and that he saw there in the waste basket for lindling for the fires a man uscript of the Holy Script urea That night he copieil in iy of passages of that Bible but the it was not until fifteen years had passed of earnest entreat v and prayer ami coaxing and purchase on his part that that copy of the Holy Scriptures was put into the hands of the euqieror of Russia that one copy so marvelous ly protected Do you know that the catalogue of the hooka of the old and New Teat mentsas are have it is the same cata logue that has been coming mi down through the ages Thirty nine ka of the llhl Testament thousands of - i ngn Thirty nine now Twenty seven books of the New Testament sixteen hundred years ago Twenty seven books of the New Testament now Marcion for wiekeiliis was turned out of the church 111 the second century and in Ins assault on the Bible and Christianity be inci dentally gives a catalogue of the books of the Biblethat catalogue corresponding exactly with ours M eslimony given by the enemy of the Bible and the imb of Christianity The catalogue now just like the catalogue then Assaulted and spit on and torn to pieces and burned yet adhering The book today in three hundred languages confronting four fifths of the human race in their own tongue Four hundred million copies of it in existence Does not that look as if this book had lieen Divinely protected as if lad had guarded it all through the Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Euripides wrote a hundred dramas Aeschylus all gone but nineteen wrote a hundred dramas all gone but Varro wrote the laborious seven biographies of 700 Romans not a fragment left Quintilian wrote his favorite book on the corruption of elo- Â¬ quence all lost Thirty hooka of Tacitus lost Don Ca sius wrote eighty books only twenty remain Berosiuss history all lost Nearly all the old books are mum- Â¬ mified and are lying in the tombs of old libraries and perhaps once in twenty years some man CO es along and picks up one of them and blows the dust off and opens it and finds it the book he does not want But this old book much of it forty centuries old stands to day more discussed than any other look and it challenges the admiration of all the good and the spite and the venom and the animosity and the hypercritteism of earth and hell I appeal to your common sense if a book be so divinely guarded and protected in its present state must not be in just the way that God wants it to come to us and if it pleases lod might it not to please us Not only have all the attempts to de tract from the Book failed but all Die Many attempts attempts to add to it were made to add the apochryphal looks to the Old Testimen The council of Trent the synod of Jerusalem the bishops of Hippo all decided that the apochryphal books must it added They must to the Old Testament stay in said those learned men but There is not an in they stayed out telligent christian man that to day will put the Book of Maeeabeea or the Book of Judith beside the Book of lsa iah or Romans Then a great many said we must have books added New Testament and there were ties and gospels and apocalypses written and added to the New Testament but they have all fallen out Vou can Vou can not add anything Divinely pro- Â¬ not subtract anything tected book in the present shape Let no man dare to lay his hands on it with the intention of detracting from the book or casting oul any of tiiese holy pages besides that I am opposed to this ex- Â¬ purgation of the Scriptures because if the attempt were successful it would be the annihilation of the Bible Infidel geologists would say Out with the Book of Genesis infidel astronomers would say Out with the Book of Joshua people who do not believe in the atoning sacrifice say Out with the Book of Leviti- Â¬ cus people who do not believe in the Out with all miracles would say those wonderful stories in the Old and New Testament1 and some wonld ty Out with the Book of Kevcla and others would say Out with re entire Pentateuch and the work would goon until there would not be enough of the Bible left to be worth as much as last years almanac The ex Â¬ purgation of the Scriptures means Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Old Testament description of wickedness uncleanliness of an sorts is purposely and righteously a disgust Â¬ ing account instead of the Bvronic and the Parisian vernacular which makes sin attractive Instead of appall- Â¬ ing When those old prophet ooint yon to a lazaretto you understand it is a lazaretto When a man having beguu to do right falls back into wickedness and gives up his integrity the Bible does not say he was overcome by tiie fascinations of the festive board or that he beraane a little fast in his habits I will tell you win t the Bible The dog is turned to his own says vomit again and the sow that was washed to her wallowing ii the mire No garlands No gliding of iniquity No ponndittg away on a deaths head with a silver mallet at iniquity wheal it needs an iron sledge hammer can easily understand hew iKople brooding over the description of un cleanness in the Bible mry get mor- Â¬ bid in Bind until they are as full of it as the wintrs and the beak and the nostrils and the claw of a buzzard is full of the odors of a cartas but what is wanted is not that the Bible be dis infected but that you the ritic have your mind and heart washed with carÂ¬ bolic acil I tell you at this point in my dis Â¬ course that a man who does not like this Book and who is critical as to its contents and who is shocked and out never ried with its descriptions lias laving he been soundly converted on of the hands of Presbytery or Kois- copacy does not always change a mans heart and men somnimcs get into the pulpit as well as the pew never having een changed radically bv sovereign grace of God Get your heart light and the Bible will be right The trouble is mens natures are not brought into harmony with the wind of God Ah my friends expurgation of heart is what is wanted You can not make me believe that the Scriptures which this moment lie 011 the table of the purest and best men and women of the ae and which were the dying solace of yo ir kindred passed into the skies have in them a taint which the strongest microscope of honest criticism could make visible If men are uncontrollable ii their in- Â¬ dignation when the integrity f a wife or child is assailed and judges and jurors a- - far as possible excuse violence under such provocation what ought to be the overwhelming and long resounding thunders of ondem nation for any man who will stand in a Christian pulpit and assail the more than virgin purity of inspiration the well beloved daughter of God 1 Â¬ Â¬ Jjlack is in jail at Henderson The drvhouse of the Hermitage diaburned Loss tjilery South Frankfort 55000 insured TllKRK are 4S12 white children ana 1133 colored children of school age in Grant county con- Â¬ Marion county children and 15 col- Â¬ tains 435 white ored children of school age Thomas MrEiitATH who killed his cousin in Marshall county had his bond reduced from SJ000 to S500 and was released from jail after giving bond for the latter amount CorviKLFKiTKiis have been at work in Ohio county for several months The other dav they became more bold was passed than usual and about in Hartford on different people The coin is a counterfeit twenty five cent piece The dealers are not known dav -- two and one half inches in length and one inch in diameter at the center Each end tapers to a fine point Around run two the bases of the conoid lmrurv- ji 4k grooves so ea to auo v saw UUB- BEFORE had spent hundreds of dollars TRYING various remedies and physicians none of which did me anve ood Mv finger nails came off and my hair came out leaving me I then went to perfectly bald I could ret relief from a most horri ble blood disease I h- - J Hooine to be cured by this celebrated treatment but very soon became disgusted and decided to TRY ine enect was truly wonderful I the first bottle HOT SPRING8 aaa Ni li CONDENSED NEWS get - TilK CIIICAOO SNOCKFH entirely cured taken twelve bottle I bbiJ cured bv S S S when th worn r Hot Sprnsrs had failed WM S LOOMIS Our Book on the Dteeaae aa1 Its TraatBMffBt uUlwl free to aay addreaa SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Oa commenced to re cover after taking and by the time I had n Gathered Frrnn All by Telesraph- Part of the Tooatry KEXTKKY STATE NEWS Senator Nicholson of Indiana thinks his temperance law will stand the test of the constitution John McKeough one of the best known younger lawyers of Chicago did suddenly of acute pneumonia An avalanche in the Alps threw fifteen French soldiers upon Italian territory ix of the soldiers was seri- ously injured At Martinsville Ind the daughter of Philip Duncan was burned and scalded to death while playing about the kitchen An appeal for aid has been received The citizens are from Medford O T in a wretched condition so far as food and clothing are concerned George Noon shot and killed himelf at his home in Heath township near He recently received a Coryrion Ind warning from the whitecaps He was 60 years old Mrs Joshua Berry living twenty miles south of Kokomo Ind was She was hoeing in burned to death the garden smoking her pipe when her clothing took fire Corporal Tanner will be one the speakers at the big Fourth of July celebration at Lincoln park Indianapo- Â¬ lis Ind under the management of the Union Soldiers Monument league The bodies of W F Kronkeri a wealthy contractor of San Antonio Tex and his wife were found in Sal- edo creek where he owned a ranch Wounds on the mans head indicate murder Sarah Jane Lester 40 years old of Woodstock Ci a teacher in the Young Womans Christian association was in- Â¬ stantly killed at Brooklyn by having her head crushed while riding in an It is held in the hand with the little finger in one of in the the grooves and the third fingermanner Wheat held in this other about half an inch of the shrrp end of the lead projects and a slight blow does a great deal of harm a good gTip on it Z T White who is now or has very citizen of El Paso recently lieen Tex was once the owner of the mot wonderful entomological specimen ever found since the creation of the vorld a live lieetle found in a solid manx of iron ore The curiosity was discovered a considerable depth below the surface in the Longfellow mine at Clifton Ariz and fitted his iron sarcophagus as snugly as though the iron had beanÂ¬ in a plastic state when it eSsaM in con tact with the creatures lo4y The bug was of a dull rrddish grny color and was of course of a species wholly unknown to the entomolcg ss Ac Â¬ cording to the B Paso Bullion livs won Â¬ der was presented to a ralJ knoa of tte A lautiC SCU IILOIl- - cls- slope about two years ugo 1 I 11 R Pi Hi L A lteel in Iron Or Time Table No 24 In Efe fect May 12 1895 CAST BOUND CLASS 1ST CLASS No No 3 No 1 Ea Sun Ea Sun EaSun Ei San 2n a M r Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million 10 27 11 10 11 32 11 45 pH 13 02 12 14 M- 6 40 7 35 75 8 12 8 8 53 o o 55 11 to Richmond Union Mobcrly Brassfield Panola Irvine 30 n 12 30 pm 12 50 1 7 00 12 30 12 3s I 00 r m a 00 3 05 I rso 8 o4 No 2 WEST BOUND Ea Sun Ea Sun Ea Sun Irvine- No 10 t 1 1 u 5 r Panola Brasfield Moberls- - 40 45 m 3 30 48 jo 5 5 00 O It is commonly aseossed that soap is used in sharing lor the purpose of soft-This how ver it ening the hairs seems is a rstak it is used -- Win BarVT Baa Latti r Union Richmond Million 6 rf oj o a 40 2 57 3o 3 35 3 30 5 5 Valley View Nicholasville Versailles J s 5Z 34 3 7 43 contrary to lender stiff and brittle it thev best ield to tiSOMKTHINIi ban ir which condit m tc r - A M - StRTLF ittfi Trains between Louisville and Versailles dally Trains between Cincinnati and Nmh ilaaville daily Kai All trains connet with SVmihern and with the CN and froii P to and from I incinnati Vnu can spend five hours in I h Mir in Cincinnati or 12 honfs in Lexington and return to Ri hmind at 8 10 p m For through rates and nther information apply to any ticket agent or addrrs OIT WH ADAMS Genl Passenger Ast Versaii Superintendent c m iaowmi es Ky elevator proposed for the fact that in proportion as people be Â¬ come self sacrificing and good and holy and consecrated they like the I have yet to find book as it is man or a woman distinguished for for consecration to God for ho liness of life who wants the Bible changed Many of us have inherited family Bibles Those Bibles were in use n to SO perhaps HXI years in the To day take dow those generations family Bibles and find out if there are any chapters which have been erased by lead pencil or pen and if in any margins yon can find the words Th chapter not tit to read There has been plenty of opportunity during lie last half century privately to expur gate the Bible Do you know any case of such expurgation Din lift your grandfather give it to youi fath- Â¬ er and did not your father give it to I self-sacrifiÂ¬ 11 Â¬ am also opposed to this expurgation of the Scripture then annihilation you Beside Is is not an argument plain enough to every honest man and every honest woman that a book divinely protected purgation of the Scriptures because the so called indelicacies and en of the Bible have demonstrated no evil A cruel result book will produce cruelty an unclean book will produce uncleanliiiess Ketch me a victim Pit of all Christendom an I out of all the ages fetch me a victim whose heart has Is en hardened to cruelty or whose life has been made impure bv this Book Show me one One of the best families ever knew of for lu or 40 years morning and evening had all the members gathered together and the servants of the household and the strangers that happened to be within the gates twice a day without leaving out a chapter or a verse they read tiis by Holy Book morning morning night by night Not only the older children but the little child who could just spell her way through the verse while her mother helped her The father beginning and reading one verse and then all the member of the family in turn reading a verse The father maintained his integi it the mother maintained her integrity the sons grew up and entered profes sions and commercial life adorning every sphere in the life in which thev lived and the daughters went into families where Christ was honored and all that was good and pure and righteous reigned perpetually For I0 years that family endured the Script Â¬ ures Not one of them ruined by them Now if you will tell me of a family where the Bible has been read tw ice a day for thirty years and the children have lieen brought up in that habit and the father went to ruin 111 the mother also went to ruin and the son and daughters were destroyed b if you will tell me of one such incident I will throw away my Bible or I I will doubt your veracity tell you if a mau is shocked witn what lie calls the indelicacies of the Word of Ood he is prurient in his taste and imagina- Â¬ tion If a man can not read Solomons Song without impure suggestion he is 1 Â¬ Â¬ that 1 am opposed to the ex Â¬ Dr Worlds Fair Highest Award Prices Cream Baking Powder A STKAMihK was arrested at Padu ers association will begin in Milwaukee cah charged with passing forged its thirty fifth annual convention checks on Cincinnati and Chicago which will be in many respects the most important gathering of brewers banks Richmond is preparing a big Fourth ever held Forest fires are reported in what is of July celebration IMontown has voted a special tax of known as Crawley run near Austin A large quantity of logs a log Pa IS cents on S10O for school purposes Joi Mnoin m Post No 73 li A R loader and a number of cars the prop- Â¬ was organized at Brooksville recently erty of the Goodyears of Buffalo have Men from Austin been destroyed with eighteen members At Nicholasville Duke Redd charged have left to fight the fire William It Isaac grand secretary of with the murder of Ed Williams was sentenced to ten years in tie peniten- Â¬ the grand lodge Chapter of Masons of Virginia grand secretary of the Vir- Â¬ tiary ginia Grand Commandery and grand Tiik inmates of the poorhouse of Mercer county are much perturbed recorder of the grand encampment Knights Templar of the Inited States A short time over their surroundings ago a small tract of land near the died at his residence in Richmond Va Sunday morning place was purchased by some parties The British cabinet will meet Mon Â¬ on which it was proposed 1o erect a school for Negn ea slaughter house day and will consider Turkeys answer to the demands made by Great Britain has been built or the land however and the inmates of the poorhosjse are France and Russia for a reform in the Tne administration of Armenia complaining loudly against the odor French and Russian cabinets will also SixTY Foiu varieties of potatoes were consider the reply which practically grown at the Kentucky experiment station hist year and Molly Stark led refuses to accede to the proposals made by the three powers in productiveness 163 bushels per acre Wuihm Ioiivson who was charged Jailbird Krape with killing James Johnson near South Alva Mo dune 10 All the prison- Â¬ Union last February was tried in the ers confined in the jail here escaped Logan circuit court and acquitted Ben Trott There were eight of them T11K business men of Henderson are the least notorious of them was cap- Â¬ up over the threat of insurance tured by Collector John W Singleton Stirred companies to place that city on a foot- Â¬ before he succeeded in getting out of ing with fourth class towns so far as tow rates are concerned unless better facilities for fighting fire are adopted FOS AND FRIENDS IT is proposed at Henderson to have Secretary llerlirt llesirpit to Kewaril th a marine fire engine with which to tan Who Captured Him extinguish tires along the river front When Secretary of the Navy Herbert and to protect business bouses on Main was a confederate colonel his life was street saved at the battle of Seven Pines by a B Si VKUAI horses belonging to Maine soldier who prevented a re Copper who lives near Stanford were vengeful comrade from running his slashed with a knife in the hands of bayonet through the breast of the Ala some miscreant and rendered practi- Â¬ bama officer who had been wounded cally useless and had fallen from his bullet riddled NoviMiiKi li has been named as hone When Mr Herbert was a tneiu Kentucky day at the big Atlanta cotIrt of congress says a Washington cor ton exposition Hon Henry Watterson respondent of the New York Sun he has been invited to deliver an address endeavored unsuccessfully to learn on that day from his colleagues in the Maine deleT11KKK are Stt societies of Christian gation the name of his preserver Endeavors in the state with a member- Â¬ After he became secretary of the ship of 12350 navy he received a letter from a man in City corNcii Owenshoro has adver- Â¬ California asking if he was the Col tised for bids for lighting the city Herbert at the battle of Seven jnes Tlinni ia camp meeting will begin July and close August Thk Graves county grand jury re- Â¬ turned eighteen indictments against Bud Small for selling liquor in violation of law The court of appeals has decided that a deputy clerk is amenable to the law for misappropriation of funds The following dates of Kentucky fairs this year have been reported Springfield July 17 three days Lebanon July 4 three days Danville July 30 three days Lawrenceburg July 30 four days Sharnsburg August four days Nicholasville Au gust three days Versailles August 1 iI three days Columbia August JO four days Winchester August 21 four days Shcpherdsviile August 21 three days London August SI three IIEUUERT days Lexington August ri six days The writer of the letter was Jonathan Bardstown August UT five days Bar Newconie and he said he was one of August f7 boursville four days Franklin August S four days Wi- the Maine soldiers who participated in the capture lliamsburg September 3 four days Secretary llerU rt in anBowiing Green September 4 four days swering the letter made an appointment to meet the man in California Louisville Trots September six days Sonic time after this the secretary Elizabethtow n September 10 four days Horse Cave September IT five went to California to visit the navy days Paduciih September 24 five yard and there met his Maine soldier He found that the man had been at the days Owenshoro October five days The following pensions ner grant- Â¬ front in the attack and had taken him to the rear as a prisoner but it was not ed a few days since Original Elbridge the man wlio had saved his life His i Evans Nichola vdle Jessamine preserver the sergeant had been killed county Simon EL Iindsey Brooklyn at Gettysburg and the search Butler Increase Samuel Htirisham him was ended Covington evi Reissue Florence Secretary Herbert was deprived of Centerville Bourbon Theodore Tooley the opportunity of showing his gratiMeshaek Monroe Simon tarty Oer tude to ke principal but he did the mantown Mason Thomas W Pratter next best thing by extending it to one Bioomington Mugotiin Marion Moore survivor of that little group whom he Hopkinsville Christian Andrew J found The man was a ship calker Baldridge East Point Johnson Taywho had drifted from Maine to the Palor Hobson Bowiing Green Warren cific coast and was poor and out of emCharles Anderson Mays Lick Mason ployment The order of the secretary John E Fortune Catlettsbunr Boyd Patrick EL Shearer Covington Jesse of the navy applying the civil service rules to navy yards was in force but it Fuller Salt Well Nicholas Win Cook was a rule made by an order and not Rowena Russell Original Widows etc Reissue Lucretia J Mundmay by law Although it was the policy of the department and insisted upon by mother Troy Woodford the president that there should lie no John Boyd and wife and th ee chilexception to this rule the secretary dren pfived at Paducah from Bedford Ind penniless and hungry The chil- Â¬ suspended it long enough to give this dren were crying for food when the man work in the yard at his trade and attention of an officer was directed to he gave directions that as long as there the family The officer collected was a ship or a iKiat in the nary yard enough money to supply their im- Â¬ to be calked the old Maine soldier mediate wants and to purchase tickets should have work for Mayfield where the man thought THE CHICAGO KNOCKER he could secure work Mis JriiA Smith of Scott county Murderous Little Weapon Found on brought suit arains t her brother-in-laIriwner in New York A curious Weapon was used by Wilfor 10000 for slapping her jaws She accepted ten dollars and wthdrew liam Ciark in his assault upon Waiter the ea Spatz the sailor at New Yor The The state will not be divided into heaihinarters men said to a Sun rethe Episcopal dioceses porter that the piece of lead which Mayslk k will organize a cemetery looked so innoccnl waaadeadivwi company known as the Chi and R S Cohen of Hopkinsvil e has lunch more harmful in the hand of a filedsuit against the town of Fredonia rate man than brasnlni a lead pine Caldwell county for 12000 damages It is much The plaintiff alleges that he was ar principally in Chi ago but little i and tried for violating a town by the crooks of Gotham In fact the ordinance when the ordinance was one found on Clark not valid which has the police The -- Chicago k hot and killed Geo Fisher in Henderson county the other a double conoid of soUd lead about 11 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I On Tuesday the Inited States Brew- Â¬ KENTUCKY MIDLAND RY hKTWEBS ft ONLY DIRECT LINE GiKiuati ui faithr Shortest ami Quickest between Ive been pondering over a very singular thing What is it How putting a ring on a womans third finder should place you under Life that womans thumb Â¬ Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Carlisle MysviHer Cynthiana Falmouth and Covington sk FOR THKKTS VIA KY Mll LIND Tram EAsT Lv Frankfort limit Iv Klkh rn AT SHOULD IPIFAL Run hy Central Standard Time In Effect May 12 No -1 TO MR KDISON No P at 4 15 3 No r J 1 1 7 fe- - am A 7 7 7 M oo oc 30 421 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 Lv Johnson Ar Iv Swirtr Iv siampg tird Iv Huvall Iv lieorgewn B 711 lv Centerville Klizabeth C Ar Pari- WEST Iv Newtown s Pep it 18 7 28 7 34 7 40 7 47 53 3 08 8 8 20 8 30 27 35 45 51 57 2 2 2 40 50 03 17 27 04 i f 14 5 24 5 2 45 3 20 3 40 s 5 4n No C 2 e7i 6 00 6 10 6 14 6 22 No 11 4 5 5 5 Iv Paris 93 ah 4 rw PMAW fa 5 lv Centerville B 44 11 45 Iv feorgewn Iv Johnson Iv llilvill Iv Stimpg Iv Switer I to 10 10 10 10 10 10 jrd A 14 19 24 30 c 42 6 45 6 51 67 7 03 7 13 7 20 7 26 7 35 6 00 7 28 Thev say it is electricity said PiK as he stopped before th incandescent street tight but Ill be h nirei if I see how it is they make the hairpin burn in the botthle Yale Recorii Miss HI orn Lv Summit Ar Frankfort t 40 47 53 it 00 8 15 C D BERCAW GPA KENTUCKY CENTRAL RT- - Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North South and South west Through daily Thou Dear ilrla train service between CincinSo you let Mr Clinker kiss you last night nati Middlesborough Kv Yes How did you know and Knoxville Tenn He asked me to day if 1 would for- Â¬ give him Life and Points on Â¬ Do you tielieve that marriages are made in Heaven Miss Leftover Trash a sigh I hope so They must be made somewhere Brooklyn Life Her Iaat I haace mm who has just become BLUE GRASS ROUTE THE MARKETS FtxocTt Winter patent in quotable at 450 fancy H054 15 family 83501375 HOt ex- Â¬ tra f315jS40 low gride t t85 sprina patent 1440 4V fancy tS80a4S0 family t34t3 70 rve 4340 370 Wheat Offerings were very light still there was very little demand for it M winter would probably sen at on track K- Wn 2 white at 54c No S yellow at 54c No J mixed at Vsc No 3 mixed at 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