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VOLUME IX fI Mothers Friend STATESMEN AMBA88ADOK8 ffi TO KENTlCKV FAIR DATES 1I WEDNESDAY Latest U S 1 JUNE 26 1895 Or m NUMBER 13 3 TIME IS FLYING re RICHMOND ARE ANI ALL MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS DR A TIIK1R FAMILIES CYCUSG Siys a Washington casTeapondefnl The national capital is lieing beateged hy the cyclist an its broad smooth asphalt strets are each day the scene of an increasing crowd of h heelers The large number or peopla ohoare ritling iaabaarabjr the attendance at the fash ionable si hool here It has lieen crowdÂ¬ ed for about six nonths and from II in the morning whoa the classes start in until the close at 4 the track is rilled with people learning while many f the rich customers engage the teacher who is a colored nan to give them private lessons in the evening Just hack of the White House is what is known as tie White Lot and this is a rendezvous for all the fair cyclists in the eitv The roals to the suburban resorts are kiui lar too and parties go out every evening t some pretty country place In fact carriage riding once so fash ionable in the swell set at the capital seems now to he entirely superseded by wheeling and it is likely that the belles and young attaches of the foreign legations wiil in future attend the meets of the wheehnei instead of those of the select hunting club which has so long been an attraction to the lovets of outdoor sports o the wealthy set here Some of the ladies have adopted the short skirt and manv are even skimming around the streets in bloomers Rut as a rule the simple plain skirt is the mo t h pular The first o the fashionable a wheel was the daughter of the Russian Embassador the Irineess Canta caaeae She is a tall blonde with a heavy and muscular inure She used to devote moat her days to the art school but more than a year ago she took to wheeling and soon became one of the expert cyclists in the city Re eently she gave to one other teacheraa lieautiful wheel as a token of regard he me and the Prince her father left lor a trip to Earope Mis Tiuxton Icale who will be re membered as Miss Mattie Blaine a daughter of the late lames G Blaine is a devoted cyclist and Wears a most attractive and becoming met mac of tan Her skirt is short and her dainty gaiters are over the ankle The whole of her dress is in the same useful shade The new Minister from Austria I Icl eninuller and his wile began to take I almost on arriving here and are now enthusiastic riders tine of the teachers went to the legation and initiated them into the myaterieaoi the wheel at the hoes The wife of ien Henderson is an expert rider and vet she is by no means a young woman There are plenty of elderly ladies who ride hoyyever One of them is at least sixlv years old She is one of the richest women hi town The British Ambassador Sii Julian Panncefote and his fairdaughter- - are all expert riders and it is a common sight him bowling along accompanied by the two girls who are aa fond of the exercise as is their father Alice Belknap the daughter of one of Grants Cabinet ollicers is a great w heel w loan and as she is also a remarkably putty gill ii s a pleasant sight to see her spin I y The Miases Letter daughters of the Chicago millionaire who makes his home in Washington are riders tnd when a few weaka ago hfiai MaryLeiter was married to the Hon Ceo Curzon of England the noble English visiters went to the bicycle school and were taught bow to ride Miss Cameron daughter of the Senator trom Pennsylvania is a tine riier but during the first part of the winter she fell from a wheel and was so severely injured that she was kept in the house for about a month lhil Sheridan the fourteen-year-ol- d aa of the famous warrior is a great wheelman and is seen daily spinning aliout the fashionable avenues Miss Field stepdaughter of the Virginia author Th Unas Nelson Page is a devotee of the wheel Senator lirice of Ohio has two pretty daughters tiotii of whom are fond of wheeling Their patents will spend the Summer in America but the vouiig la mea expect to make a tour of France on their wheels Among the foreigners of the legations who have an abundance of time and money to spend on amusements this bicycle fever is raging with violence Nearly all of the families of the foreign Ministers have wheels and the smallest girl knows how to ride though she may not understand the English language In fact even the members of the Chinese Legation w ho are regarded as the most exclusive and non pngrcssive of the for- Â¬ eign representatives have lieen to the school and now tbev roam about in their gaudy silkeu roles on wheels Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H STEWART V Cures KtMlifcV PR Rising Breast DR A KENNEDY Kkmiiky 04 PHYSICIAN AND 8UMGBON Main Street up I have been a midwife for many years arm in each ansa where MOTri- ERS FRIEND a us it accomplahed won der and shortened labor ana lessened pan it is the beat remedy for RISING OF THE ItBEAST known and worth ilic price for that alone lira M If lirewster Montgomery Ala I Umt - nr mail Lotlle Hook -- on receiptor pi ice To Mothers mailed Qa DR KHN M POSTER ysh ias s kg eon - ai I 1 BRAOFIELO REGULATOR CO ATLANTA BOLD BY ALX DRUGGISTS - KtN Serond and Main heteen LODGE EISECTOaY Rchmond Lodge No 2 tneeN second urih Tueadaal in each month S P Deatherage Ma Ter I Speed Smith Secretary Richmond Roval Arch Chapter No 16 meet third Taeadaj in each month I P Armer H P Speed Smith Sccv Richmond Commanderv No i Regular meeting the first Tue dav 111 each month Visiting Sir Knights aie cordial I y invited to attend Armer E J Seei Smith Recorder Madison Iodge No 183 at Kirkvie Â¬ 1 The follow ing is a list of Fairs in Ken tiiiky with dates of meeting this year so far as reported Springfield July 17 A ttoys Richmond July 234 days Ibanon July 24 davs Liberty July L 3 days awrenceburg July M 4 days Danville Aug- 12 days Sharpsburg Aug f 4 days Nicholasville Aug days Eminence Aug days -- 4 days Campbellsville Aug Versailles Aug 14 3 davs Columbia Aug 204 days Shelby ville Aug 2- 0- 4 days Winchester Aug 21 3 days Shepherdsville Aug 213 days London Aug 21 I days Mav8ille Aug 223 days Lexington Aug 87 days Rardstown Aug 27 days Rarhoursville Aug 27 4 days Franklin Aug 2S 4 days i 1 Highest of all in Leavening Power Govt Report A NOTICED I N Qtice asfc- - 03 74 1 Baking RoYal Powder 1SfSS3 ABSOLUTELY PUBIS For the Climax delightful ophorism that good society Florid woultl be charming if it deserved either At this writing it is very dry A few the noun or the adjective Frances Courtenay Baylor in July Lippincotts local showers only have fallen since the first week in May Corn is nearly all laid by the vegetable season is aliout MONEY ANI BANKING CLR- over ami the Crackers are enjoying RENCY watermillion Melons are very low and the market full There is no need lor more monev in Away from our breeze the heat is in- Â¬ this country There is every reason w hy tense I have often mad and thought of the present gold standard should lie what Mahomet says in the Koran of the 1 do not maintained believe in inter- blessedness of the fiithful But the national bimetallism but even if its pious shall le lodged in a place of secuadoption would lie beneficial to the rity among gardens and fountains and world the question is now wholly specuthev shall sit facing one another Thus lative Cntil there is a stronger moveshall it be and we shall espouse them to ment towards that end than now exists fair damsels having large black eyes this country has only one of two courses In that lace ihey shill call for all kinds to take either to retain its present sys- Â¬ of fruits in lull security A cup shall be tem which makes the gold dollar the carried around untc them and filled standard or to adopt the South Ameri- from a limpid fountain for the delight can system which makes the silver dol- those who I suppose desire has drink lar the standard Most of the present much to do in forming our fancies of the talk about international bimetallism other world The old darkey preached comes from politicians who are trying to the lower place cold as ice anil said deceive the people and especially the he dil so to keep the colored folk from silver men Tbev are fishing for silver wanting to go there the first cold morn- Â¬ is But what the silver men want votes ing But I truly pity the people in the I silver the free coinage at the ratio cities north and west where the st a of 16 to Land tliey want this country breeze is wanting The glory of Florto adopt that system independently of ida says some one is its climate other nations Tbev do not care what We have nights When a coat feels comhappens to the commerce of the country fortable and noons when a hoe cake nor to the farmer whose products con would cook brown in the sun if prothe larger part of gonls that are tected from the breeze stitute But then we sold to foreign countries so long as thev dont have hoe cakes here Biscuit - worth of silver lor a can sell fifty centand light bread are in most homes dollar The international bimetallic Sometimes in an ex Georgians home politician cannot deceive the silver mine you still rind the proverbial corn bread owner nor can the silver mine owner Tampa is preparing for a Mid-Sutrust deceive the farmer the mechanic mer Carnival on a grand scale July 3 the wage earner the professional man i the merchant wto make up the people Col T M Palmer State Senator trom lor whose benefit this country ought to this county just retained savs Asa be governed Ill the course oi these papers vvhilel whole the past session of the Florida have Wen trying to establish the propo- Legislature has been productive ol much A new election Ian modeled sitions that the money we need is honest good monev the worlds money and under after the Australian system was passed The Inverness loridian says Capt existing conditions gold money that the iippiI he tlttrmined Davis of that place has received an order amount nc minor lar loai1 f Uke mUk frm 1 bv Hitioans but must be fixed bv the Mnments with our lake muck have demandsof busmess and that these demands have shown that we already so far proved very sati tactory and this nossess more money than we need and Promises to be the beginning Oi a new that the redundance has cost us dear I iniusl-v- Tllt Vlnt H Sxtenl wtimatea thai have also shown that prices are nol de- pthis season will ag oendenr on money that the so called Geori m s lnl l demonetisation of silver did not cause gregate 3000000 They are shipping a fall in prices and that the country has pearhes now to the North From one plact in Florida recently prospered greatly since 1X73 notwithki crates of tomatoes were shipped in standing the mournful outcries of the bimetalists Whatever may be the one day one ciir of them going to present state of the public mind in this Toronto Canada I notice the races at the Mid Summer country on the subject of money I have Carnival to be held at Tampa 3 4 and 5 no doubt that reflection and study will bring the people to the conclusions that of July includes racing- Of the ten f I have reached There is no economic purses seven are ir running the other three are for trot ing the purses being problem involving a moral issue that the people of the Tinted States have not 5150 each and 75snd 5100 in the running races solved on the side of honesty and A correspondeu of one of our Tampa after a full and free discuspapers up the county says When I sion Such a full and tree discussion is now in progress on the money question read the thermometer was only 87 de and I am confident that the United grees in Tamps I wished I was back States will not consent to become one of there We still have Indians in Florida The the cheap money nations o the earth green com dance was celebrated the but will insist on remaining among the sound money nations Harpers Weekly 6th inst at the Seminole camps Corn is ready lor eating and so am I hence I end for this time A BABY AND A SNAKE A i- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Tribbles Executors VS iir new Paten Detacha- Â¬ A Tribbles Devisees fee Under a judgment of the MadaMM Circuit Court in the above case at its April term Sj all persons having claims or debts ot any cha acter or description against the estate o A Tribble deceased are required to proie and verify the tame as reqjired by law and present them tor payment to and payment demanded of A Tribbles Executors not later than July i i i On tailuit to do so all debts or claims of all and every person or persons or their executors jdministrators or guar Jians c are adjudged by the Court forever barred against his estate and his ex ecutors are forever elieved ol all liability for said debts or cliims or anv pirt there- Â¬ of THOS D CHENACLT A TRIBBLE Executors cf A Tribble deceased Â¬ Manufactured only by ROBINSON CO hrt THE F P ble Inihrclla Cover- mir umbrella covering getting mote bole y tbaa righteona1 Bring the thing t aa and we will give We will it a new lease of life ver it in rive minutes rijlit before yon eyes ehenacf than yon can buy a new one This work is done at 1 P AUMKi The Main Street Jeweler 2 s GOLD Administrators All persons SILVER OR GREENBACKS -- EVANS - M - n - lafiraagri Aug Kfvti K hcine DR T J TAYLOR Kf Secoi Jewelry reel 3- - DR H R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SI RGEON KlMKKV - HOOKER V YETERINARY SURGE evening before th fall V moon in every month A Ross 15 M F Cotton Secretary Kingston Lodge No 31s at Kii day evening before tl moon in even oath T C Wir M Boen W M Waco Lodge No jjS meet fourth Saturdav in every month W F Fielder W M J I Turpin Secretary Ilinn ton Lodge No 578 at John 1 Union City meet- - second Saturday in everv month lohn I Hamilton V M rv lohn L- - ii i Daniel Ioone Lodge No 44 at Boones borough meets tliird Saturday in evert tooth Win Bennett W If S Old I Williamsburg Sept 3 4 days days laris Sept Rowling Green Sept 4 4 days I ouisville Trots Sept 9 I davs Elizabeth town Sept 10 4 days Henderson Sept 104 davs Horse Cave Sept 174 days Padocah Sept 21 i days Hartford Sept 25 4 days Glasgow Sept 20 4 days Oweaaboro vt 1 odavm 4 days Greenville Oct 283 dare lotke Hither will purchase more Dry Goods at White v Gibsons 43 claims against the Shi flet are hereby notified to present the same to me properly verified on or belore July 1st 1895 All person imdeMet to the said estate are urged to pay the same I 11 SlllKFI KT estate of C haiku I than at any other house in Richmond 1 From now until Tulv t we intend to slaughter all kimls f D da No 1 4 Administrator tions Corsets Gloves and Hosiery at prices that will speak for themselves Look at the following one third ulT for- Â¬ TAYLOR BROS Dealers in 1 THE CAMPAIGN OF EDTJCATION Since the campaign of education was formally inaugurated at Memphis less than a month ago the cause of sound money has made giant strides and every d iv more and more jeople are putting on thcil thinking caps That is all that the advocates of any reasonable cause can ask and that is all that the opposition to tree coinage of silver asks of the American eople that they pause for a little while to consider the argument on both sides and we are then perfectly willing to abide their decision We know that there are many loyal and patriotic Democrats in Mississippi ire quite as siucete and disinterested in their advocacy of sixteen to one a- - Mr Cttrlisle or Mr Catchings in opposition thereto They have been persuaded firs by the eloquence of men wl i they have been accustomed to trust and they have been misled by the fallacies and misrepresentations of each books Coins Financial School They have heard and they have read but one side and the peculiar business of that side has been not to debate thequestinn but always to engage in special pleading whatever an audience could be found When it is conclusively shown to this ehaaof voters that the free eoiaaajeofaflver by this country alone would at a 10 to mean silver monometallism and that silver monometallism would mean 1st Panic disaster and ruin to the debtor 2nd The contraction of our currency by more than one half of its primary money 3rd The diminution of the pun basing power of a dollar lift v per cent 4th Confusion and disruption in every business consequent upon a violent revolution in our monetary system 5th A taking away from every kind of a wage earner a large portion of bis earnings by reducing his dollars to a parity with those of Mexico Oth Prompt and immediate foreclosure of every mortgage that is due ami the refusal of the lender in anv case to grant an extension ftpM any debt It is and has been the purpose of the campaign of education to show that these are some of the consequences that would wait upon the adoption of free coinage of silver by this country inde pendent of the action of those with whom we trade and when these things are conclusively proved we have an abiding faith that the intelligence anil patriotism of Mississippi will be found at last on the side of sound money one of the original ami fundamental princi- Â¬ ples of the Democratic party The truth can afford to be patient it needs no rhetorical embellishment never needs to appeal to any passion or prejudice it is serenely confident at all times and in all places where an intelligent people is arbiter The campaign of education therefore proceeds undisturbed by the fallacy error and misin formation that now makes the propaganda of free silver The greenback craze was popular for a while the sub treasurv plan would have prevailed in Mississippi but for a stalwart and vigorous presentation of the truth the cause of free silver will shortly follow these exploded fallacies to the limbo of forget fulness and men will wonder bow they could have believed in such extravagant folly - Meridian Miss News Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ mer 10c price- - for cash Half wool Challis sold for 25e non In White Goods I all wool Pram Goods at net cost Tinware u Im- and Silk Waist Pattern- - we have an endless assortment will pay you to price them Â¬ A large stock kept constantly on hand the redaction will astonish vou Secretary Betea Lodge No 017 meets the first Satu dav in each month at 7 oclock p m F I Robn on Sccietaiv E T Fish Martei I FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural plements Hosiery Corsets and Gloves which for quality and prl you oall kinds BUILDERS O O F We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need We make specialties of cant touch elsewhere Gaase and Muslin Underwear at ATT3ENEYS W your own price it Give this 30 day cash sale yonr attention We mean BUSINESS e No R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Kf Rich- Praser Secretary Encampment No 40 meets everv first and third Thursdav n Odd Fellows G Mondav at their N K C Kit LJ Boone meets ever hall on Main street S H Thorpe V ii will save yoa money Respeetfnlly TIN ROOFING 40 26 UND GUTTERING Hall on Main street R ichinond L 7 Taylor C P L riaee Scribe K STEPHEK I I PARRISH AT lA Kfir unit- me ky Mi UTS OF HONOR i Amitv Lodge V Kof H meets even Friday evening in the Old Fellows hall at 7 oclock II Rice Dictator E W Rowland Reporter r rF erv Wednesday C C KMH1 s ok IVTII i AS K P White Loige No ncits ev 4- k Hooker ev ning at Odd Fe V C Todor C K of R at C RECK ATTORNE VAT LA W In Poor Health 1 White The Gibson pring Campaign High Prices IN KlMUtV TRY US Fresh Meot- A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT lA II K I N s- means so rmch more than vou imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures f greatest gif health i i Fresh Fish Vegetables Browns ATTORNEY AT LAW Iron Bitters i Kentucky WK KEEP THE BE8T W n SMITH ATTORNEY R AT lA - M Kit MOM - KfSTITSV ftairs 31 And sell at reasonable prices Yoa caa always obtain value received frtr ymr moiicv witli us Your iiriit rs delivered any place within the corporation 30 tf you are reeling out ot sorts weak and generally ex hausted nervous M nave no work and cant iiiKti SCghi at once tak Â¬ ing the most relia Â¬ ble strengthening medicine whuhis Brown s Iron Bit- Â¬ ters A few bot- Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from Ihe very first dose rf ttvR t stain your J ttetk and pleasant lu take J Its at Ladies SHOES SLIPPERS HATS CAPS ARGENTS s FURNISHINGS Has begun at It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralgia Kidney and Liver WALLACE Misses Gents Boys and Childrens Ever brought to Richmond RICES Chackkr Troubles Blood Nervous ailments i Eiad Constipation Malaria WE HAVE RECEIVED THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF J C R A I at CHKNAULT AT LAW - I M Hamilton C T WELLS ATTORNEYS i I Co 11MDM1 Kbjttvc kv 3 3 Manager Main St DEKTAL SX7H3ESY Richmond Ky I WELBY W BURGIN DENTIST Kemii 6 We Employ- I Young Men j Mr and Mrs Jeff Martin who live on Cat Cteek in this county had a thrilling experience one dav last week the recital of which sends a thrill of horror through every one hearing it Mr and Mrs Martin have a bright little boy twoyears old who while undressed for a bath desired his mother to allow him to run and play He was sent into a carpeted room where the curtains were drawn andj after a few minutes with an exclamation of surprise and delight the little fellow came into the hall holding in his hands a Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL ASSO CIATION Â¬ Womens complaints Cet only the genuine it has crossed red hues on Ibe wrq per All others are sub stitu ill id set i Beautiful Vv orlU Fair Views and btok free kv Second 45 DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON Kfn to distribute our adveito- DaTiuent forabiun irrv Acme merits in we bend them on approval bicycle which V work don until the bicycle arrives and proves ais7jKxr jyrrf irt nafAVMIjT employed on the same terms Npvt or iTirls auuiv tbev must be well reoom- if nkended Write for particulars Young Ladies ELKHART 9 ACME CYCLE COHPANY Office Smith building Main P 0T Practice limited to dentistry M Street Office 3- IND - u J L HARRIS M D Richmond we DD Kkntucky - - LIVING IN HOPES to J 12 C RQ EX PENSIVE COMPETITION But this is not a doctrine that finds favor w ith our people not a bit of it Mrs Jones who has twelve hundred a year must dress like Mrs Brown who has a hundred thousand Mrs Brown goes to the sea side and stops at an expensive hotel therefore Mrs Jones makes her husbands life a burden to him until be takes rooms for her on the very same floor of the very same bouse Outside of New England and the South it is a refreshing rarity to meet auy hu man being who gives as the only true liia litle reason for not doing anything I cant afford it with no sort of false shame or false humanity The teople with mutton broth pockets and turtle soup tastes who spend their lives in refusing to be small peas or potatoes w ith all their might und insisting upon being large golden pumpkins with all their souls exist everywhere of course but they are as plentiful as blackberries with us and growing more numerous everv day Millionaires set the pace and all the frogs begin forthwith to convert themselves into oxen and be as they call it swells though many of them burst in the effort so great are their social sensitiveness their determination to keep up with the procession their horror of not being supposed to be in or able to keep up with this or that set their intense social uneasiness and A perjietual braying of brass ambition bands and bunting ot lime lights is their idta of society TLey forget Lowell 6 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Office in work a specialty mg Main street Oftite hours 9 a n 3 23 to 4 p m I A MORGAN VATIi MORGAN RlCHMOMJ k DBNTDJT8 - i TATE8 - KtNTlCKY - Bant Main Street over MadrHm Katiooa Bring comfort and improvement aDd to personal enjoyment when tly used The many who live bet N TO OF TH iaa others and enjoy lfe more with xpenditure by more promptly he worlds best products to il being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid ZZZ JXJOSrE SB laxative principles embraced in the nd Chris iv Svrup of Figs ie benefit of the Batist le Kv tian Churchi U exceUaace is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and plcis- Special train over the R NI ii B K the refreshing and truly K Irom eraile to Irvine and return BcJutl pmperties of a perfect lax- ing at all stations between Versailles fleet tally cleansir-Tie-rsteThis love I clnnond for pasM nger lling colds heailues and iYVrs retort is now open and run constipatioX rmg in full blast The beautiful grojnds and permanently citingto millions and t and It has given satisfiiclion tendered the t eeti ntet with the approval of the medical list the place for a d liyhttul pic ecaasc it acts on the Kid A firs class orch stra vili lurni h profession nic Liver and Bowels without weak Â¬ Take your loach music for the occasion ani spend a pleasant day in the moun ening them and it is perfectly free from r tioliable substance tains Thox who do not care to take a 1c by all drug Â¬ can secure a splendid dinner at the lotel gists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is manSyrup Ticktts can be ufactured nd trip one dollar in name is printed 01 every purchase Train leaves Richraon I t 84s package also the name Syrup of Figs i W I i tnd being well informed vou will not G N MILLS Managers tcceot any substitute if offered mm ir m nsinw wl KNOWLEDGE Hazel Green Herald surveying corps started Monday to locate the route be- Â¬ tween Elkatawain Breathitt via Iee City in this county to the Caney coal fields in Morgan county Just as soon as the present survey is run a line w ili be run from Canev via Hazel Green and Camp ton to Mill Creek on the L ix E and we understand that the cheaper route will le the one chosen There are so many Hying rumors about the proponed new road that we are all at sea as to its final location and hence we have had but little to say Let ns hope at least that it will be built A huge copperhead snake He had grasped it near the tail and the reptile was writhing and wisting its head nearly reaching the floor and moving about the Mr feet and lotver limbs of the child Martin who had just entered the house was horror struck for a moment He called loudly to the child to drop it The little fellow obeyed and ran trighened to his fathers arms The reptile immediately pursued the child and endeavored to strike him coilng and darting its poisonous tongue in a most threatenMr Martin dispatched the ing manner snake in less time than it takes to tell it to the great distress of the little boy w ho seemed to think he had found a beautiful plaything and was being deprived of it and was almost inconsolable when it was removnd from his sight Was it instinct or the innocence ot the child that saved him and was it the presence of the father that excited the tury of the reptile We have heard that snakes will not strike young children Whether this is true or not it seems difficult to account for the escape of the child upon any other the- Â¬ May City Chronicle ory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capt Chaklton Mokiax now in Ti Teachers and others who want to at BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE tend an interesting meeting and enjoy a short visit to the Capital of the BUM Grass country should make a note of ARE YOC the forthcoming meeting of the Ken tucky Educational Association at Lexington on July 1st 2i and 3d The railroads of the State will sell round trip tickets at one fare for the round trip good until July 5th This will enable Magazine which will help you There ii those who so desire to remain in Lex- SUCCKED one teaching you to know and appreci-to ington over ttie Fourth and attend the ate yourself hfThe Phrenological Journal is a wideexponent of Human Nature Lexington Chautauqua which has an awake unsually attractive program for that day ARE YOU USING THOUGHT AND TACT IN including T DeWitt Talmage and General John B Gordon as lecturers Bach BRINGING UP YOUR CHILDREN a combination is not often found and no teacher can well afford to miss this The Child Culture Department helps mothers and teachers to study the characteristics of each meeting child as a guide to its proper developrnt nt The program of the Educational Asso- Â¬ ciation is full af important topics to be Send ten cents for sample copy of the Phreno- Journal discussed by a le speakers The meetCol- Â¬ ings will be lield in the A and M WELLS CO Publishers FOWLER lege Auditoriuri and lexington will do her best to make the meeting attractive 27 Eat 2it St New York We also puhlish a Ion list of helpful books to all who attend Present indication point to this as the best meeting the Association has had in a long time and BRIDGEFORDS the location the time and the program combiue to insure success Every teacher RANGE in tie State who can possibly do so ought to attend and take part in the SEE THEM proceedings and thus help on the great We advance movement in education EXAMINE THEM trust our section of the State may he PURCHASE THEM lully represented by live wide awake for it is only such that attend teachers these educational gatherings and reap mVwJTrSAvvTtfVmr the benefits accruing from them rttV 1 Our stock always beautiful is this season beOur prices alwravs low are this sea yond comparison in style and variety son lower than ever are in fact GENUINE HARD TIME PRICES We have the prettiest line of SHOES Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Making the Most of Yourself TAN SHOES AND OXFORDS In the market at prices that will astonish you Under no circumstances We have in- Â¬ should you buy elsewhere until you have inspected our stock augurated a BARGAIN TABLE upon which will be displayed broken izes and odds and ends in Shoes Slippers Hats Caps and Furnishing Goods These goods are worth much and other things too numerous to mention more than you pay for them and you will do yourself an injustice bv not Yours iic lor good goods taking a look Call early and get first choice at low prices 43 Â¬ WALLACE Ifena RICE Balbriggnn GREAT Mens Gauze Imlershirt- Undershirts U Â¬ long and short alam Mens Balbritrgan Drawers 25a Ladu - Vents ami tOn e u BAR6AINS Mens Laundried Shirts -- ECONOMIST large atoell In elect from and me them Ix Call fore von buv Fans Fans We want to supply IT ELDERS every man woman and child in Richmond with fans shut fans A 4 Open and o 8 and lOc TRUSTING TO A week from iooi SENSE ESTILL SPRINGS today the lemocracy of Kent uckv will assemble in delegate con v ntion at Lonhnrillo The Capital has fait Ii in tie se ami good humor that will govern the proceedings aul insure a November victory Frankfort Cap Â¬ ital SwaTOB Black in its says that vote is the liardest thing in the world to explain There are ways ol avoiding that em bar ty however One of them is rasfiin not to allow your vote to become any bodye business but your own St Paul Government service at Walshs distillery went up to Lexington yesterday t his wife leave for Europe Their son is assigued to the Marine Labtatory at Naples where he has for a year repie sented our Government in scientific investigations Capt Morgan 30 years ago S Consul at Macens and now his was son occupies a room at light house in bis investigations which his father occupied as aid to Gen Garibaldi in the revolution in t he twoS iciles Paris Kent uckian Citizen Â¬ 1 - MARBLE IN GEORGIA finer line at 75 and 93c Dont mil Pioneer Of otirse a woman can be mannish on bierchj il she likes So she can without getting on a bicycle On or ofithe byeicle it all depends on the kind of a woman she York World a Â¬ The Georgia Marble Compauv whose leorgia quarri are ir Pickens county will make a very handsome display of the famous products of these Southern Quar ries at the Cotton Suites and International Exposition In the Mines and Fores- Â¬ try building t ley will show specimens of the marbles in the rough and in the Manufactures and Liberal Arts building will make an exhibit of the finished tiro ducts of the quarries in many beautiful LAMBS IN WOODFOUIdesigns These quarries are famous in the markets of the Inited States and the Joe A Cohen last night shipped a car exhibit will be an object lesson of the of tat lambs to Cincinnati that be bought wealth of thrt South in the deposits of from the follow ing persons From Chas this charm Nuckols 15 head K S Gray 20 George I umber Par Sale Matiti 15 Ben Carter 10 Walter Gray 10 J V McConnel 15 They averaged Call at the Climax office and get inoo pounds and be paid 4 cents for them formation aboat a choice lot of poplar Mr Cohen has engaged several lots for and oak lumber for sale at Ktng Julydeliv ats Versailles Sun tion Cheap for cash Â¬ Â¬ what we have in above line Paranoia Paranoia We have an rrj rjjljp r Z22 1 immense line of Imbrellas and ij I i mi Paraanli Iap a R p W BARGAIN Window Shades lo tain Poles 15c up -- 58 Sold in Richmond ell mort Envelopes and Pa Â¬ Â¬ mi s Mil per for 5e tii an you buy re for J rd ting 1 1 Dealers in Hardware and Tinware 3S STORE HI BMBHMMMBMMHMMMI J tirratly Hereswajled The subjoined account bv the Register The Owenaboro Messenger free silver of the Kavanaugh Precinct convention is Prof W C O Jacques president of the PUBLI8HI1 IVIKV VIDIBSAT IT orpin uiyee a free eilver plank in the only distinctively art school for colored a wild paroxysm anil the silver wave re- Â¬ State Democratic platform Doe Mr people will make an astonishingly large porter who looks like Commonwealths Tho Co Woodson want to split the IVuiocratic and creditable art exhibit in the Negro We promised you a and we save Attorney J Lawrence Jones should lie party wide open The Register says Building at the Cotton States and Inter given the inky dink FRKXCH TIPToN FllITnR month Juno them to you Also promised Possibly the most remarkable Demo- Â¬ natonal Exposition The art departI I AKMKK Manaier LET IT ALOXE we would give you and when II ment of the State University of Louiscratic convention ever held in the county Waterwas that convened at the old ville Kentucky will also make a display want the Strong says the word it is o We PRICK PKR YEAR 150 The free silver fellows waut to make a of art work bv colored artists now Kavanaugh precinct last works goods money we want and price- - will is treat change and thereby disturb the Saturday It consisted of Crawfish ABVEETTSI2TG SATES BOUGHT IN BOYLE business of the entire country The get Bill Miller and Boyle Doty and at the we VOUIMMCIIJHMMSD anti free silvcrites dont want any Mild h Cx m A proper hour Mr Doty arose and made a I LM al I FarrisA Whitley sold to Anderson v change they have had two much chang motion that Mr W H Miller lie electtd ing and disturbance already Spilman alout HtKJO bushels of growing chairman This motion was carritd SPACE e 2 s wheat a 7o ceuts D C Terhune has unanimously whereupon Mr Miller STONE VS BECKNEK P recently lought 20 mules strictly first took the chair and made an eloquent class sugar mule colts Id of them mares ABSOLUTELY PURE Our Customers have been Our store has proven a speech in favor of sound money and At going to press the D imalii at an average of I J Jim Allen sold I Inch I i oo 50I i stliisl other things After this Mr Miller made 7 oo THE CLS RELIABLE Held for buyers who have taken us our otu State convention had assembled in lxuis privately to Briscoe A McRoberts a small s In 75 5 3 jo 7 oo ii ao i 50 a motion that Mr Boyle Doty lie made 3 In S o io oo 15 oo 2 25 ville and were lining up for the contest 5 3 so bunch of yearlings UK pounds average 4 li word 6 00 3 00 1 o 4 00 19 00 it 75 Secretary This was also carried with lies over the temporary chairmanship Hon at about 3 5 5 00 7 50 15 00 2 00 j4 50 Young at Adair cent 6 00 9 00 18 00 t7 oc 40 00 4 00 a whoop nobody voting in the negative W J Sune was the Clay candidate sold some calves at 2 cents 6 ao BO Advocate 9 00 13 00 17 00 40 uo 60 00 Then Mr Doty arose and said if the 00 13 ao 17 75 34 50 50 00 80 00 and Hon Win M Beckner the Har1000 1500 21 50 4 or 60 ool ac 00 noisy members in the back part of the iOLD AND SILVER din candidate Has stood the Tost cl Time house would lie quiet he would offer a otlce 10 cent a line for nrt inLater Uackner was promptly elected Have yon shared in the me for each additional ii motion that W EL Miller and Boyle MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER s resolution of respeet and similar mat The director of C S Mint estimates r BRANDS COMBINED rates No pecified position Doty be appointed delegates to the Demo OLII WALTON iETS MARRIED the worlds production of gold in calencratic County Convention which would dar year MM as about 87WM fine WEDNESDAY JCXE3B ji This convene at Richmond on Monday That old sinner dow 11 at Stanford who ounces valued at si 81 510 100 an increase motion was carried without a dissenting edits the Interior Journal was married of KsiTBjMO over 163 The silver pro- Â¬ TKXPWKAKl CHAIRMAN BECKNKH Tobacco Market A motion to adjourn was then Louisville vote on last Tuesday The bride is Miss duction at fine ounces bullion unanimously tarried and tl e list of del- By U lover A Liurretl Louisville Mattie Owsley daughter of Hon J Sam value 10i4sit5 or an increased proc Climax egates printed elsew here will show that Owsley Should the groom prove to he duction of 722990 ounces In the pro- Â¬ Ware House nevill- - June tk I Ui p in Hon the llelegates from Kavanaugh were d a husband as he is a newspaer duction of gold Africa Australia Inited IT If Berkner of Winchester has jost Sales on our market for the week just promptly on hand another opportunity Read the -- ale li t carefully Toll lieen elected temporary chairman of the man the bride is indeed fortunate The States Mexico led the increase in order cloned amount to 3844 hlids with receipt Here i couple have gone North for the summer named The lnite produced 991990 Asa matter of fact Col Boyle Doty lor the same pern d 270 hhds Sales on your friends alxuit it State convention by a majority of NKi silver was not at the precinct convention hav- our market since January 1st amount to coining value commercial over Hon V 1 Stone Hardins Sales of the crop of 1894 BET IKK I HE EENCE ing lieen stopped on the way thereto by 98036 hhds Vilue 93190j999 S KIS17INKI Movo influence did it on our market to this date amount to a hot box and a broken spring hanger coining value North America exceeded W II Sll M KKI HIRll n2o2 hhds The ofterings this week The Ixmisville Post is so bitter against the lwtlance of the world Australias As one of the Secretaries of the county hae shown a rather larger perctntage of UAKBaoa ha received McCreary that it is doing all in its power product ii s417wiiM gold convention the minutes of the pterin t gooJ to fine burley leaf than usual and Africa S40 the market for such goods has to defeat the Democratic nominee for the 994099 and these with tfWI0HjM0 by a j ltiKni lawyer- convention fell into our hands and we increased activity and strength developed Â¬ Numer Iegislature from Mai list in county Yet lnited State were two thirds of the publish them hereunder Every yard of Silk in the house either for Wai t Pri8 to ous saes were made at prices from rawa wonderful lv Hick Knott says that heisa I leuiocrat worlds total with occasional sales At a meeting appointed lor the Dem22 per hundred numerous the part week Mt Vernon Eagle and one hogshead or Trimmings mist get out this month To make them ocrats of Kavanaugh precinct on Satur from J2 to 28 DEMOCRATIC record breaking notch Dick Knott ought not to pull down t PLATFORM IflSOL day June 15 896 at the school house in sold atseason theThe market closed some ot the vs that a man win davwhat he built up yesterday If he go we have marked them down fully 33 pet cent said precinct only one person W II what irregular and slightly easi r for the favor of free silver is in delit We hold to the use of both gold and silis a Iemocratlet him nana his gun Miller was present who having lieen very common and low medium grades ver as the standard money of the the crack of the fence We have made txtensive investlgatio present at a precinct meeting held two it will in all probability find through the fellows on the other side and and to the coinage of both gold country both by mail and telegrams regarding the shout at and silweeks prior thereto in which the exmention still in session extent of the recent rains The rain ex ver without discriminating against eiher pression by a vote of the met ting was for tended over the greater part of the dark WHAT HAS CHANGED THEM metal or charge for mintage but tiie dolTm mention on the surface Clay antl I being present agreed with tobacco producing sections fjrnishing a We Hardin and sound lar unit of coinage of liolh metals must be nionev The myself to cast the vote of the precinct in splendid tobacco planting season The free silver Democrats say the hard of eijiial intrinsic and exchangeable value burley territory tributary to Iousville had the county convention to be held Mon- fine rains and the transplanting in that It ha- - lieen sail that Mr Cla i times were caused hv had rinainiering or lie ajusted through international agreeday June 17 1806 in Richmond Kv section may be considered as having lieen lism option on Lmisville and may decide tu A year ago they said it was the tarifl ment or by such safeguards of legislaSent to Washington Eor Keuair practically W H Mn ikk In the barley completed Hon James B McCreary Chairman it Two years ago they said it was the tarifl tion as shall insure the maintenance of Every dress pattern has had the knife pinged in district north and east of Lexington inNoticing that the mail bags were Chairman Secretary and Delegate During the last national campaign thev the parity of the two metals and the of the House Committee on Foreign cluding the Mason county section and exer WoiiL thrown from the mail wagon to the e wealth deep into the price that they go this nn nth fullv I But delegate Miller suffered a punct Â¬ treme Eastern Kentucky counties the said it was the tariff Cleveland was eipial power of the two metals and the Affairs is in LtMdariUe to attend the uer but injure every- He was pavement ami dragged into the post ured tire on Monday antl ditl not get to ra n wa- not general or heav in manv elected on a tariff issue as a cure for the equal power of every dollar at all times Deaaoeratk State Convention per cent less than the regular price places not affording a go k1 transplanting also a member of the International office as if they were so many chunks of the county convention Col Dotv how hard times the same hard times tha in the markets and in the payment of eason and in these ditncts the planting Monetary Conference which met a rubbish going to the boneyard it occur- ever was there and voted the Kavanaugh at nt - country seems to lie in a llo exist debts A id we demand that all paper this date is far below the average wiih man to ask what would precinct unanimously for Clay antl Brussels in 18B2 and takes particular red to the Ciim sound a poor stand and in many neighborhoods every rahootunK let the finances alone and let the coun currency shall lie kept at par with and veral be done in case a bag should be damaged a scarcity of plants try settle down to its old time prosperity redeemable in such coin We insist on interest in the change of the British corded nionev ami made inquiry of Postmaster Willis The impression is becoming somewhat advanced stej s toward which have al- tbia policy as especially necessary foi the Ministry in so far as it bears upon the Di Kim the month i May the current that the 1S94 crop was mertst Miss Koweua lleerinss Marriage An iovern ready been taken since the Wilson hill protection of the farmers and tailoring prospect of another monetary conference Said he mated as to the quantity and it is certain We dare not have a mail sack mended ment in nt coined IT 11 He was seen yesterday bv a reporter for in nun need wen into operation - rut rum AMI Most that it will not afford the usud supply of dki ranum here we would get into the Ooveru Commercial and stated that Much interest will lie created in this good to fine leaf and that the trade must in IMS ol I NsTAIUK MONEY ami nicrr- - the experience with the English from nieiit penitentiary at once You see his mem SLIGHTLY INCONSISTENT city by the announcement of the ap- depend largely upon medium grades lor atino ccuuntcv and Spanish Every yard of Embroidery must go Price- - have beea their wants The holders of the unmarbers of the Brussels conference he is bo continued that would license every proaching marraige of Miss Margaret m were ki keted barky tobacco believe that the sitin an engagement LITE I IA1KOKM Nl2 man who handles a mail bag to rip it satisfied that the advent of the Salisbury Now that the free silver seakers have eut fully 60 per cent We want them all out of the Rowena Deering to Mr John Ixw is uation justifies higher values thin are now wnh Free and unlimited coinage of silver at Ministry will do much for the cause of open and sew it up at pleasure and rob s cnt most of their time in elaorating Shearer of Cincinnati The wedding will current for the me mm grades and are wav the ratio of sixteen to one expecting to sCe an improvement in prices international agreement upon bimetal- Â¬ lieries would be numerous occur at the Hill street church in Lexm is only a way the alleged inconsistencies of Mr Carlor such Ipon manifesting some interest in the ington Thursday afternoon lism lisle it will not li out f place to Notice u 011 the road to irredeemable June ja- ITS DENKKKATIC Salisbury Balfour and others in matter and the Postmaster having a few The following quotations fairly repre a few conflicts in Senator Stewarts caIrd at four oclock the Rev Journal the Ministry savs Mr McCreary are minutes to spare he seated himself in a R Deering father of the bride unit- sent our market for burley tobacco 1S94 reer Senator Stewart takes his notes crop The established gold standard of money more kindly disposed lid owners will lose l li o payable in gold toward bimetallism big chair and elevating his heels some ing the happy hearts He voted iii Congress is the legitimate outcome of Democratic and an Million dollars ly frauds of Henry J lor the demonetization of lush Ili or damaged intei national conference in favor distance up against the wall proceeded 500 2 75 silvei He policy In The following gentlemen hae lieen se Common coory irisli ls4 the ratio was changed to of it than was Kosebery and his M to Ike bin cob pipe while be motioned j 01 to 375 ut at the Colrad men out now In Se lected as ushers Messrs William Rog Medium to j ood colory trash 3 75 to 5 50 Hi to by a Democratic Congress for the curities i Iopulist with strung Republican inclinaates Balfour Cnapin and others are in us to a seat in s miething like au ori- ers Clay antl Hiram Shaw of fxington Common Lugs not colory 2 o to 4 00 avowed purpose of securing a gold curHaving well adjusted him- Robert favor of bimetallism and though Eng- ental sedan tions He owns silver mines now and Every yard of Lane hand made Tofekom Valencies Silk 400 to 50 Winn of Mt Sterling antl Dr Common coory lugs rency T Thomas H Benton--- 1 Hull land has maintained the gold standard self the Postmaster remarked that he Medm to Good ol Iuys 5 50 to S ga idled wants his bullion to double in value Chas T McClintock Ann Artior Mich ion the will of the Rirotiess Fahnei was one of the Democratic fathers since Common to Med Leaf ti 00 to 10 00 and all kinds We have eut the prices ao deep you will Is there anything remarkable that Black 1816 bimetallism has many friends wa- - sorrv be did not have another cob The bride is well know in si elbyville Medium to Good Leaf of the sound monetary system and under 10 00 to and I he vastes 00 to the Morgans burn suggested to Mr Stewart among the manufacturers agriculturists pipe or a two for but we thanked having lieen for several years a that he hi- - leadership the Bentou c 00 to IS 00 student Good to hine Leaf and Hum- not recognize former primint drops ought go hack to the other side of the and business men generally and the him that either would be too rich for at Science Hill She is a young woman Select Wiapper- itj 001028 Oo to pour rapidly from the Inited Kocfck people would verv likely sustain the our blood and he proceeded with his re of handsome ed that uniiistructed dele apiearance gracious man states mints In isv in puisuance of Ministry Said he in any action looking toward marks about mail bags rliiie1 have an oiiNirtunit ners and market intellectual ability and prosperous one GAZE ON THIS TIC I RE the same Democratic policy the purity of another Perhaps the average citizen does not for international conference me boodle away with them several years has been known as one subsidary silver coinage was reduced in J P Iogdens and W R CVrrs liee- realize that at the Nations capital there Mr McCreary thought such an agree Hoin Louisville of the most efficient teachers in Lexing- hives were well stored with honey SipjMise that ien Hardin should be order that this currency might be kept ment might lie secured without the is a large establishment controlled en- ton The Bridegroom is said by thorn nominated iar overnor of Kentucky on in circulation There was practically the participation of England T Corn is making a rapid growth and iln ar but when an tirely by Undo Sain which is devoted w ho know him to be in every way worthy gold legal tender currency and the uur- a sound money platform fruit Uiintifiillv as evidenced hy kill Then suppose international monetary conference as to purely industrial purposes It is the of the prize he has won He was torm presents a much better prospect over valued subsidiary silver curCyntliiana Fort Wayne and other be should liegin a canvass of the State sembles in Eurojie It would lie very en- shop where the mail bags used in the erlv connected wit VanderbOl Minks foxes and hawks took about forIniver - Aitli Mr Bradley Should Oen rency which was a limited legal tender couraging to have the support of weak the postal service are repaired Some idea sity faculty ami now controls a Lecture ty fowls old and young from Mrs T A We have marked them down so that vou eaa gH a rest Hardin say in the course of his aaaaeb Nosilver dollars were coined orin circulaof the magnitude of this business can be leading statesmen in the English Minami Musical Bureau in Cincinnati Win Mr Sheltoii last week rather foul play lrvan Stewart llml that he favortil sound money it is more tion Theact of ls7i which took thesilver istry The House of Commons has al- gathered from the fact that the building and Mrs Shearer will leave immediately for oc 15c and Joe Well worth twice the Moatr ru fellows want to come to than probable that Mr Bradley would dollar out of the coinage was the logical Plot Adams is organiinj a manic ready adopted a resolution that is re- Â¬ occupied for this purjiose is a large tive after the ceremony tV C Kentucky and make free silver over the to class to sing during culmination of the Deniix ratic monetary lies ejaculate something jiliout lxs d Angus the Parsons meetings garded as favorable for an international story structure where there are over two spend the summer bv the Northern Lakes in n the other ban should Wat say he rinose auegeii Democrats who conference Gel many Fiance and and for ten lessons after A good move the hundred and thirty jiersons employed and on the Atlantic coast Sholbyville wa first Ia t and always tor free silver seek to ilblU this policy and debase The is ike Hardin hm one had for 17 feet of the tools in the oil well were M Hill would lie liable to advise liim to take the money of the people are repudiators aInited States and taken action will such hundredannual expenditure ami about this Sentinel thousand dollars conference if England while I da may bria forth at anv now taken out Friday Little trouble is antic- Â¬ in his sign Then again if Wat attempted of the Democratic principles Philadel co operate and especially in a rVaaa Deaaa- the metallic problem can be may seem to be a large amount t be CORKESPONUKNUK ipate in getting out the remaining 3 to to ignire the money problem Iill would I hia Record used simply in the repair of mail bags solved cratic coiii eiitiou m Louisville 40 feet pr need in the most orderly but effective is said new overflowing with Mr McCreary regards Salisburv as a yet it otficials by the post office departTin DOVLKsVIIIE At mouth of Ixxtist Branch a few days ip anal that joins manner to rip him up and down the back that if this shop was not really great statesman and better equip ment money the lialtic s a and ierman aeaaa and a capita ad calciemand kick the posterior ago Jos Iogsden struck Parry Covle be Rain is much needed in this section ped in everv way than Boaabary for a in existence that the government would orty million dollars is now ready portion of his pants from ear to ear Silk Gloves and Silk Mitts all good valms fullv worth Born to the wife of Green Kokand on tween the eves with a rock and killed him The money market in New York is in more liberal and more enlightened policy spend two or three times as much as it r I work for a while Whiskey does at present in the pun base of mail June loth a girl Mary Lee which would MVCBMB KNOTT MAY NOT ATTEND a badly congested condition and as cur extend to Nicaragua VJ per cent more money As every one knows these bags I111 Anne Lee Monument TIIE STAIE tONUNTloy rency continues to How into our banks Venezuela and other American countries bags We have at last had a good nun and Association How s Thin in which the Inited States are interested are made of canvas or jute and are sub all vegetation is growing rapidly ii breer amounts than usual at this BBB been organized at Alexandria Va sea We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Even Being asked if he would go to the son of the year there is little hop of an He thought England was paying very jected to considerable hard usage the object lieing to huild a monument to Miss Lucy Ilisle who has been attendfor any case ot Catarrh that can not be an expert baggage smasher does not ing the memory of en B E Leea mother Nafta Deinocratir early improvement in the situation from little attention to Hawaii and that the Convention v school near here returned home last cured bv Halls Catanh Cure Knott a free silxer advK ate said in his the standpoint of the banks Out of Inited States was paying too much at- handle the luggage of the traveling pub- Saturday Ijitonia ra s t date Ohaa characteristic lic with more reck lesness than the mail FJ CHENEY CO Prop Toledo 0 town banks are still off ring funds here tention to those little islands wav Mr and Mrs Heiry Baber of Clark iiman V Son iave won 113838 Itv 1 am very We the undersigned have known F J Mr McCreary said he was not only bags are treated in their long journeys for long terms at as low rates as our own anxious to be in lyiuisville roti McClelland SL7ii ns StrauTime is a prime requisite in the dis county have lieen visiting relatives in Cheney for the last 15 years and believe and do my part toward holding the party in titutions will quote and the usual opposed to the annexation of Hawaii these parts 573 Fisher Tarr him perfectly honorable in all his business straight on the currency question but preparation far payment of interest ly but also to any subsidy for a twble from patch of mails and the bags are loaded MissSallie Reeves who has been sick transictio s and financially able to carry into wagons and from theme iuto cars m health is of primiry importance ra bead and other corporations has not San Francisco to Honolulu There were to Our big TEN CENTS Towel -- till the talk of the Englands Premier me and unless I feel much lietter nevt had any effect as yet upon quotations fourteen sub marine telegraphic lines in or the process is reversed and the main with consumption for some time contin- out any obligations made by their fiim consideration is the saving of time ues very low West baa resigned and Lard Saliabary will week thau I do to day I am afraid I will Call money on stock and bond collateral operation and all had been built by Truax Wholesale Druggists Totown Onlv a few more left W hen the form a new cabinet the present one liav- ae 10 stay at Home It I don t take loaned all this week at percent at the 1ntnie capiiai 11 any more such en- damaged inbags become worn or torn or Misses Lillian Thompson ami Klla ledo O Walding Rinnan Marvin -- tired any way they are gathered Tracy are visiting relatives and friends at Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio with atliont mer the uati rial care of myself I have good reason to fear Stock Exchange with an occasional trade terprises were needed the capital could together and forwarded to the great re- Â¬ Indian Fields Clark county that I may be soon trausjiorted to that in the street at Ij jier cent jn eaaaj be found for them deii use bill Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally country where it is claimed there is no where the lender agreed to allow the While Mr McCreary expressed him- pair shop in Washington At that shop Mrs Nannie I anter and niece Miss acting directly upon the blood and mu- A aaarei i wuk woman at irecnwoods silver at all but even whose streets some SRUKXt mail bags are received Tut White have been visiting relatives cous surfaces of the syttem Trice 7c are loan to remain undisturbed over July 1st self as delighted in every way with the sprints Mis- - insulted by a young man said to lie avcd with gold per bottle Sold by all druggists TestiThere is therefore little expectation of a change of the English Ministry be was overhauled and seut to different parts of near Rett House the past week I However grahlied his pistol from him shot him bape for the best and if I tan possibly squeeze in rates in connection w ith the especially so in regard to the prospect the country every thirty days Booeeof David Thomas of this place who has monials free thrmgh the head and then securing a do so I will go to the convention next semi- - annual settlements Several banks lor an international monetary conference the mail pouches are made of leather been in very bad health for more ban a 111 fired both barrels into the breast week take my place with and experts are needed to make the Ixniisville Commercial CLUB ELATES the Ma- anil trust companies did not attempt to year left on the th for Hot Springs Ol th necessary repairs There is in addition rion county delegation and do what I maintain a minimum rate of percent Most of the meadows in this neighbor a mail lock shop where fifteen skilled NEW YORK FASHIONS In Silk Madras cloth and Poesies They are It Senator Stewart the Sihennine ciii 10 drive the money changers out of and there were rumors of a coming eaa- mechanics are employed and about hood have been mowed the past week After dne consideration we have con Â¬ the Democratic temple erai reduction of interest on trust com TKW Kl- a were not vital v iriter- KIIIM tOSTIMRs and sell for less money than you can bay the mt vt K si its Where the land was ood the crop was cluded to make club thirty other men and boys r Knott thinks the State Conven- pany debits These institutions are material rates with the aatetl in ti novement he would IIOUT Ulm WS Sll WlE HATS very heavy The pay of those who repair the mail Magazines and newspapers in the follow now in most cases paying 2 per cent on not i ome all the way to Kentucky to tion will not readopt the Chicago plat HoslKin KANt Y sll bags is not large but the labor is unMisses Kva Waltlen anil Alice Jones ing list These rates are for new make sHeches he wants to double the form of mt as hesavs it mean- - nothing large account- - and some of them have The term Siciliene usually conveys skilled as it consists mainly in but will instead readopt the Kentucky recently lieen hawed into the Isjiid marsewing of Hunt Clark county have been visi- subscribers or old ones re newing their w silver Beat the idea of a silken material but to day anc patching the canvas platform of isi ket It is ting Mrs A J Waltlen and others at subscriptions each paying one year in sacks Siciliene is a smooth finished mohair a singular thing Tm D11 It is much more than probable that advance but occasionally mail this place Rites for commercial paper have this minander woven of such coarse threads that thev matter is found in in Chief of the British Army offered his the humorous ex tiovernor may the sacks which are Married at the residence of the brides The be mis- week made a new low record for the fa 3 ataaeapa being squares brought out sent to the repair shops resignation as a matter of form suppos taken Cincinnati Enquirer year a line of 45 dav notes an Eastern This is mostly father John Wooslev on June 4 1886 The uj for travelling or general wear The Southern Magazine ing it would lie refuse Almost newspapers and circulars but once in a William Woolery to Miss Martha but it was ac mill with a first class New York indorse 2SO Our line of Carpets is still large and we want The Cosmopoliton all traveling dresses are of a dust shed while a letter is found EPA NCI s objk them to cepted and away goes that little MlM0 - a75 For this reason ley Rev J S Wills officiating ment having been placed with a leading The Womans Health Journal go therefore make apeciaJ prices for this ding fabrit on the order of brilhantine the bags are carefully 75 a year that he and his wife have been social bank at I percent in spite of the fact insiected before tf On Thursday June the nth Mr W I Ex iov Francis when asked what he alpaca inooair or serge and Cheviots or they are placed in the per cent less than you ever heard them sold ig that there are steadily increasing offerings hands of the work Wilson and Miss Mariam C tor Mat Â¬ thought alsiuta silver convention being Abney were soft mixetl goods while worn are relegapeople tings in large ipiantities and to OHM them of such paper Strictly local mercantile Farms town or city property and united in marriage by Rev I K Cosby At Jack- man Bry called by the Democratic ted to a second p wition Costun out this Committee offerings are also better and Some time ago a patent attorney in mountain lands bought or nold On a rea Â¬ month they will K but for the these glossv fabrics an of Nebraska a red hot free silver said t I certainly hope that the ym and up present a nuch more Washington forwarded a book of patent Attendants Mr las Brown antl Miss sonable commit exceptionally strong position of commission by the undersigned Klla Durham The happy couple imthe reÂ¬ attractive appearance in fawn color ueut was advising the Iemocrats tee will not call a coineution There is serves of the banks there blue coupons to a client to he used in securmong the lands offered for sale are would mediately left for Ford the home of the wha to io when lajdaa limine asked in necessity for it and in a gray or brown than in black fancy my judg good foundation for a fronts ing copies of patents His client re groom some of the finest mineral and timber sharp advance faj however relieve a Brvau it he the laller would vote the ment it would be a irrievous political sombre tendency A ceived the letter but it did not contain mis rates At the moment lands in Kentucky however specu very stylish and chiI Persons wanting lieu Hieratic ticket should the candidate take It would create a schism in travelling costume the rnapina A long while afterwards the lation otters no outlet for New mountain lands will find it to their interI York is a ten mohair skirt ami be a gold bug and Willie said be would party width would not be healed before COTTONIH Rti short cape post office inspector called 011 the attor funds and the paper market is the only est to place themselves m communica- Â¬ not the election of with a silk waist which exactly matches ney and Million precinct has at last been allowasked him if he had not sent a recourse of the banks There 8 a mod tion with ma Ten thousand acres in I Ins s the month one me lining ot the cape to supply yourself a Now cones body liook of coupons through the linils ed a vote on local option Tin Democrats who need squelching erate business in loans to municipalities social pr EAST TROTTEB SOLI an iiexhaustable coal field Pot the tug of war I t each and every one will prevail nan naranoBnoa laoum No slop shop goodn put in this sale which had not reached their destination moat are those who are predicting dire generally in anticipation of regular in ters Clay Ian Is immense tmantities of but with perfectly plain skirts are also very He saitl consider the well being of his commu our regular line at reduced prices Suits fee for the party no matter what hap that he had and the inspector Dun s Keview Billy Bailey and Col Jim Dougla s come clay suitable for making encaustic tiling men nity and cast his ballot accordingly much in tavor for travelling and the ad pens Kentucky Democracy panned all yesterday purchased the well produced the lost coupons which it and Fire Clavs epial to the best in the auu cntiaren come and look at our suits and we wil known vantages of first quality has velveteen seems had lieen found A nybody not enlightened on KKNTlCKY danger of defeat in November when a trotting horse Commodore Porter the subject world See list for further CHAUTAUQUA in a mail sack AS-from suit vou in prices stvle nnA roods details skirt bindings such as the 8 H M of free ami uuiinited coinage of si ver which had been forwarded to the repair majority of the county conventions de SEMB1Y m Fuller the trainer Terms reasouable Addram Commodore brands cannot lie overestimated as they shop It was gainst any free silver foolishness Porter has a record of evident that the letter had anl free turnpikes just come down to Jl and has gone The Nth annual Rock are extremely durable and preserve the been rifled by in th itform some one who supposed loosey Kidge and he will hear it di8 session of the Ken The blauiel can- - a mile in Lli The new owners will Ciimw Oaten Richmond Kv tucky Chautauqua Assembly will meet pnrfcaj outline of the skirt Iieeause cut that the cottons had an available money eanaed at the Norm and the hopa and at dedatea are behaving themselves very drive bun ui the road after thiss 011 the true bias and vet so the forks of the road smooth that value A list is kept of the coupons aaarli letter than son m iters and cranky but will allow his trainer to trot off the at Woodland Hark Ixiturti and t iith inchisiw The hest program shoes are not defaced by contact with the in this way the post office inspector was arapaper elitors Frankfort Capiul Hied on the Lth inst at her ho no races for w Inch he is already entered in Awarded ever offered and one of the liest ottered velvety surface Bough straw Alpine able to tiace the owner of the lost book Mrs Rebeca atoberhqf This community Highest Honors Worlds Fair me jMintiwest The price paid for IT WONT DOWN hats trimmed by a band and flat bow at by any Chautauqua in the nation has A year or so ago one of Commodore Porter was said to be -the curious has lost a gtKsl neighbor the husband a the side or sailor hats impart the requi features of the mail Ih cii prepared by that successful bag repair shop was riiu iil and another horse Loiisville Times Assem muureiia- goon niotter All that talk ot the Spaniank about put site finish to travelling costumes bly Suticrintendciit Dr W L Dan a woman employed as one of the repairers erne seemed to realize In white and colored everything until The beat lin ting down the Cuban rebellion in three THE lKiV OF WHITE HALL ever had and THE IT to IlATK lill yt K si IT The department of instruction wjl who had lieen totally blind for he nt and died i f ohn months was idie The at specially low special pr may include Siuiihn school Normal work in is almost startling dispensing entirely Her specii i duty was to evamine the tlence of going to rest She said the lengthen into several vea White Hill Kv Jon various departments under tht charge of with a skirt merely very wide side plait mail bags which had defective cords and wanted to meet all the brethren antl ros Fditor mrier Journal Prof N M Haniill and Mrs Wilbur F etl bloomers with a short jacket having either to repair them or to tiKwWlM BETTER supply new ters in heaven May the communion ol Many of my friends desire to know Crafts Dr M M Parkhurrt w ill have broad revers and when made of white ones She did this work with wonderful the Holy Spirit rest antl abide with the Every day wiai ftiatur my views upon the money question all in every depart I charge of the Biblical Exwisitioii ami Sicilienne trimmed by brass buttons quickness and was regarded as one of bereaved husband and her relations ment Duns New Vork Keview s imiiy cliang s of exceptional values Conie have always been for a sound currency Ministers Institute this eanhUM becomes very conspicuous the most ffi ient workers in the shop Mrs Susan Ft anv dav anv He who sees a art bark in hnsineas at and was always a nour ami vou will get special value t bimetallist but he den of Boston will give abape to for v Olir nmiA jusi at this point a heavy mail arrived the W A short circular skirt not reaching the in- - mart be gazing through a teie- IAMl ire current of events runs in favor of the are the talk of tH t knee with short jacket and bloomers in it was hustled in and the Cum AX man U School of Mathoda PH - coiimv Miss Kate ii aim v mistake r D o vou want some of rhe The frame work ol the new church is some other gold stJindcJ as the evils of the ac more mined at the same time this deafen hustled out Kimball Bccretaij of the plumbs if so eon early Toctra for special all parts p now iiited knowledged change have already been will have low pri charge of the real Chautauqua in brown brilliantine ornamented with Off fur rratskh t naiaUierieiadri eobvatuabletell of diecou iin G Carlisle has about wrk Be Paraons is expected with his tent Boars will give white lace points and lavender colored g tide of trade and -- hieh expreesed my views no more tee be sheriff Simmons left for Frankfort to liegin meeting the L4th the Public satin is quite pronounced UireaU iis heie aod tbtft U mount loo great respect lay will Grilliih MOST PERFECT MADE layer of The tanbark season will soon clo A splendid band T0B AIIKOAIh or WARM WKA a young Coffey He will ILL A pure Grape Cream moat unique and attract bringa all very elteer fabrics into promi- - year Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder nrom Ammonia Alum of Tartar Powder Free term or any ether adulterant WocW tugtmt BMel tat Mnloma 40 YEARS THE LKEY BK 01 IET THE CLIMAX Climax Printing COLOR ED ART SCHOOL Â¬ i Nil 51 Â¬ Â¬ liwiiss Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nence and sponge tiapniw crapes light silks or grenadines are being made up with all possible dispatch particularly a variety o the latter showing black grounds bestrewn with very large Mowers The next tavor is plaided grenadine formed of brilliantly colored narrow satin stripes crossing each other 011 dask changeable surfaces This style is par- Â¬ ticularly well adapted for the sleeves of chiffon waists a id another lovely material lor evening entertainments garden parties graduating dresses or weddings is Eayetta silk shown in white cream or all new shades and being forty eight in- Â¬ ches wide it cuts to sreat advantage Al though its soft shimmer and evenly woven surface are not readily mistaken the genuine is always stain pet Fayelta on the selvege HUM HATS vary from cheap mull up to stately trimmed with large roses wide lace and Rhine stone pins oftentimes with a stiff wing destroying all the romance of Bi surroundings Ostrich plumes are el- Â¬ egant garnishers w here the hat is not in tended for the sea shore but mixtures of Dresden riblion ami fine flowers or flue flowers alone will stand much hard usage Trimmings mav be anywhere and Leghorn brims are curved over the face and turned up at the back but those of white rough straw are entirely without curves Black straws trimmed velvetand lilacs or dark blue or black mull hats are appropriate for middle aged persons while w hite or pale blue straw color or pink iniili hats enhance youthful charms ami are comparatively inexpensive ooaroma uo inm and aaoaa should lie in keeping especially fe even- Â¬ ing or ceremonious entertainments but the ever increasing popularity of russet makes it suitable for general wear with out strict regard to color White will be THE NEW ENGLISH MINISTRY FA Â¬ universally popular for both shoes ami VORS BIMETALLISM THINKS hosiery and in colors the former are MR MCKEARY made to order where the shade is unusual Iace open work takes high rank The retirement of Lord Roseberry and hosiery and embroidered the reorganization of the English Minis- in eveuing vines at the side are very pretty and try by Lord Salisbury starts anew the talk of an international monetary con show to adxantage Vkuon ClAKKK leience to agree upon a ratio for bimetal in daily concerts The Arion Lady Mme Epping Onartette of Chicago housen Bailey The Southern Nightingale soprano Miss Marie liuisc Juniaer of New York City contralto Miss Julia rhclpe of Chicago harpist The English Hand Bell Ringers and a Male Quartette will each give a concert A queen among violinists is also ex pected Th best music obtainable has been procured The lecture platform will Ik1 more attractive than ever lieforc Bar Dr T DeWitt Talniage will give two lectures one on July 4 Ceii Jonh B Oordon will also lecture on July 4 Prof Iyiuis Favour electrician will fill the stage with tons of apparatus and perioral many wonderful and brilliant experiments Jahu De Witt Miller will le heard twice Mr Lena H Vincent will gtve four biograph A W Dr ical studies Iimar of tialveston Texas will give his two lectures on Dixie Before the War and Mrs French Shel The New Smth don African explorer one of the most courageous women of the century will lie heard in two talks Samuel Pheljs Leland astronomer and literary critic will lie heard twice Iolk Miller of Kichmond Va whose readings and representations of old plantation life are said by Thomas Nelson lage and Chauncey Deaww to the best and most natural things ever attempted in their line will give two Oeorge W Bain will entertainments also be heard H H Kmniitt the eloquent Indian will speak of the prob leins of iiis race Many others will speak More than 100 jiersoiis have bera employed to fill the passing hours with pleasure and profit Oratorical Contest betweea representatives of Kentucky colleges on July 11th for prizes of 100 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SNfEFr LAST MONTH lot of surprises that this still greater Â¬ c dont if J hut it the bring it will it Busy Reapers fertile at SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Have You Beer a Reaper Â¬ Â¬ Harvest of Honest Goods Â¬ Strongs Special Sale of Silks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Dress Goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ r- Â¬ Strengs i Special Sale of Embroideries Â¬ - twenty-sev- enth Strengs 1 Ar ihiktji Â¬ Â¬ Special Sale of Laces Â¬ 11 1 a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special Â¬ Sale of Ladies Vests Â¬ Â¬ ol Â¬ Â¬ - I 11 1 Strengs Special tore Â¬ Sale of Kid Gloves Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special - Sale of Towels Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Shirt Waists 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special Sale Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Twice-a-Wee- of Carpets and Mattings Â¬ sae3 Â¬ Â¬ pr Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttt Strengs Special Â¬ Sale of Clothing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ ii Strengs Special Sale of Mens and Bovs Shirts i Â¬ lt ttt w CREAM Â¬ t BAKING 1 I 11 I POWDER STANDARD Pr 3i HJSTRENG 3 aaav - tlnaS THE CLIMAX f Hayss Park N l A Iterea toBBfarrBfat Tesay State Federation of Womans tlabs First Yohaunan the Persian The State Dental Association is in Annual Meeting special train will leave Richmond at at Hayss Fork Baptist session at I wtagtaa Ir A Wilkes 1 Richmond was honored on last Thurs- Â¬ this morning Round trip 70 cents J I XI 2 WEDNESDAY church near Kingston Sunday morning Smith went over yesterday to bepresent rations essays and muic by students day and Friday with the first annual at 11 oclock Everybody invited meeting of the State Federation of Wom Addiesses by prominent men A Cat far Tarn Natirr af CbaBr rSisrSfrSJisi ji ou w isu i see liie largest iiubu ans Clubs The sessions were held at Ta Karate Lvne has made arrangements I xx has changed owner that attends any commencement in Mairison Institute IfrtiJ Governor Kagle and wife will sail from with the R N B to leave a coach 1 1 all erhons indebted to it by ac- This institution is a trifle peculiar ina New York August lUth tor Kumpe at the Uichmond deot for the benefit of Kentucky goto Berea to settle at once are requested from being coniosed of a variety of Winchester Caart Id business must be adjusted ami Thev go with a large party and will do the Richmond people that want to take clubs State organizations of clubs or the continent for several months proba Â¬ in the excursion to Kstill By his doing i ithoiit delav J A Ramsey autioneer reports 200 societies or lodges or similar groups are MM bly extending the tour into Fgypt so there will be plenty of time to find None atrictly ancient as well as usual where they are cattle on the market fftilal Immi at rain fl good s choice The best offerings were SS0 to of one aim or purpose but a combinahVirrratativr Hare ia liarrard Count roait Monday hi0 lb mountain steers and sold at 3 J tion of local organisations of different The Ieniocratson Monday nominated Neither a Kire Nor an Rfftaataa cents Lighter ones brought S to cents aims into a state federation has not well kiting el County Judge Win K Walker to Photographer Singleton has introduced represent iarrard county in the I BJMI ra Richmond the riash light system of Fat heifers 2J to cents A few plug perhaps heretofore been attempted in Prospect for the Fair are good rttiea TJ fTi ture tie is a native oi Madison and taki iv nii iures t nilt The process is horses sold low Small crowd in town Kentucky There is no reason however and dull court Whv these elements should not dwell tobrother of Jason Walker this place instantaneous Whv not paint the fire bell tower He presses a button gether in unity His opponent is ex Commonwealths At then- is a Hash like unto lightning and Will Instruct lor I S Seaator U tjoul Sea haafl ii Kiui street Crow al- gfiancc fol dBaifOHUJQ Representatives of the State Federation torney Herndon its all over but tlie shouting Unin On the first Monday in August the formed people in different parts of the Democrats of Clark countv will instruct enrolled were Balk Better tIJsbl L i High Beieeel closed last Yersailes Mrs S J Humphreys Mrs U cfbiing out r fcfiaafi town thought their neighbors were for United States Senator At the same Word received by relative here yes R T Hart Miss Jennie Bowman Miss terdav from Rev ireen Clav Smith in blown up and on fire The world do time they will nominate a candidate for Lula 0 IB tea Miss Nina Nuckols Miss BS or lierea at ItlS this tfie entile itocfi Yotfiing dBoote fioa JCati the I egislature Hub Stevens a native Washington and Hon John Seed Smith move Katherine i raves of Madison is a candidate for RepresenLot Bought in Virginia was encouraging The forLexington Mrs J R Morton Mrs rCJH3lrtJa ft The Public School district at Tnion tative ll train to Zoodi Irvine has mer is believed to have passed the danger PattieO Lisle Miss Lucy Shelby Mrs 3j Gufii Beside Him There Was None Other Hint and the latter continues to im- Citv has bought of C T Wells at acre led R Smith Mrs A M Harrison Wilbur prove lot at the junction of the roads south J W Taring of the Richmond Roller Mrs Alfred W Marshall Mrs W S re unusually numer- afc commencimj yUY 10 8fC an side of the village Price Mills was Madison countys sole repre Fulton Mrs Virginia Alexander Miss Married at Jeffersaaville -trintive Mr Wells has exchanged a Missouri sentative at the State Millers Association Margaret Shaw rcJ tla rcJi - Let ha Cook daughtei of Capt 5 Nicholasville Miss Josephine Wood Â¬ Kn otts BSttoe in Qaok Pnprietoi of Richmond Hotel farm with his nephew son of the late held at lexington last week He enfiit r i iifnitv a tit rJ far Thomas Wells for the latters interest in reports a good attendance End a prosper- son Mrs F B Hoover irer eloped to JefTersoiiville Indiana with their fathers estate near Inion Citv ous feeling manifested lxxington millers Newcastle Mrs John Matthews tonn Sunday afternoon Mr G S Hibbler of Paris brakeman on C T now owns U0 acres of the 11 N SfSJ a hai want BAPflAlMQ amm ttcc attd take tftc rTw put the traditional big pot in the little Paris Mrs K F Clav Miss Carrie the K field ior Fount Rice The couple were duly married Wells place I one gave a five hour banquet and broke Berrv Mrs i C IxKkhart and are now awaiting the forgiven M Kee was valedictorian their necks generally in the most apWinchester Mrs A R Baldwin Mrs irSJafSJiTS cfoicc angry pandits flower Stationery aad Bike House conic to the lujht proved up to date style iimemtm nt Fox raJ eir m irsJ m M 11 Brown will retire from Collector CiS Land Deal D McKee Covington Miss Jennie county last week MO A Landmark Hone Rodess ottice July 1st where he has Lloyd Tevis a uiemlier of the Kenllarrodsburg Miss Mattie Stephenson old a SS cents afternoon a bail storm de Bandar the CINCINNATI CHEAP STORE Mis Hannah Borgia tucky Tevis family but for years a resi- leeii stenographer and pen in Mrs molished a sycamore tree on the farm of Shelbyville Mrs Robert A Smith dent of California has in connection Herndons store room on Main street Fount Lice several miles South of Rich I FIRST ST RICHMOND KY rSLD Prapfctar Miss Helen Lowry with millionaire Haggau bought a vast nearlv opposite the Clvndon a stock of kitten and is giving it body of land in Kern county for which stationery will take orders for eat flow mond on the K C railroad This syca Richmond -- Mrs S H Stone Mrs R more was a corner tree n the Bonus B Biirnam Mrs Jason Walker they exchanged MyOM acres of swamp ers also for bicycles and will keep in Boone survey on Harts Fork in 1782 stock bicycle sundries Louisville Dr Julia Ingram Miss u mated anything to the G lead aad gave 100W to hoot Mr Tevis In connection there will be a reading It has ever since leen referred to in deeds Bailie Maury Miss Annie Ainslic Miss ille oi the Septemlsr is one of the wealthy men of the Pacific room where all the magazines aad promi- passing the lands of that locality Be- Â¬ I II Cheney Mrs Mrs C Booker sloe sides Squire Boone bis brother Daniel B nent literary papers may be found Robinson Mrs John B Lewis Mrs Cattle ia lark Iooiie Capt James Kstill David Thomas lay Smith has hal a Mr Brown is a LoaifcvifM voting man ieorge C Avery Mrs Matthew Birden and Nathaniel Hart Jesse Benton operation Msrfartaas and his than I have here before roe We in unprotected his wife being at the thea- - the day before was partly eaten and W B Krld shipped a couple of car who came some time ago to make Rich NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Mrs Ilenrv V Kseott Mrs iilmer AdDavid Barton and other Chicago who are acquainted with Ken ter and his daughters at a ball he was some silverware in the dining room had Joshua and ical op cattle to Cincinnati this mond his home ams Mrs Thurston Ballard Mrs Mary noted pioneers owned adjoining lands on Ijifon tucky women realize that fact as from cornered in his own home bv an ardent been handled but none was m Miss Josephine Danforth Miss iavc a new depot wt ek which were purchased for Lehman your State that great woman Mrs Potter advocate of womans rights who chased The paers were found in an ajoining lot Harts Fork Ithl Bat Not Known some time ago at 4J cents 1 art of the lid it llHMll iuigley Mrs Frank Johnson Miss Mary Palmer came to us Another leader in him benind the stove and barricaded next day but nothing has lieen heard of cattle brought S470 in the market and Two or three weeks ago the Countv Lecture Miss Sarah Webb Miss Helosier iardner our club life is Mrs Coonley the Presi- him there with the coal scuttle and the other things that were stolen On veral Clerk went out to I ake Reha tishing the rest 4 BEBtB Tiie I N Yohaunan of Frmia Persia will Moxley Mrs C P Barnes Mrs F W 1 Parrish in a drive bandred dollars on the shipment dent of the Chicago Womans Club broom while she let the eagle loose and the same night an effort was made to get Chas Pigg Aaaignee Win He was not satislied with a slow moving lecture on Customs Manners and Relig- Samuel mm Bad Woodford saw chester Democrat In intoC I Powellsstore but Mr Hiram wliose sister Mrs C B Hohirson and talked suffrage until bis feet ached skiff so he embarked in President ions of his native land at the Baptist others present were Mrs Fllen Henro brother Mr Averv still reside in shearer Iniis an hours time no relief party having Powell who sleeps there was aroused ill Powells 30 foot canoe that his a bottom church on Saturday night at 8 oclock tin of Chicago President Oeneral of ville Married at Winchester All persons having claims against the the former having added much showed up he capitulated and agreed to time to tire a couple of shots which unas round and sleek as a watermelon Jv Shearer Mr Yohaunan is a graduate of Irniia Federated Womans Clubs ot America aint years and He bad gone just far enough to reach Mr Ben Casev aged toward the success of this meeting by sign any paper she presented to him fortunately only aaceaaaed ia scaring the firm of Watts Win Shearer temporary chair Wm Watts and College 1ersia having taught as Pio and Mrs L Crosier French of Kuoxville her wise counsel aud intelligence I Tattler in Imisville Times t resiilents Mi s Mollie Woohniis aged would be thieves away The next morn- Â¬ notitied to file the same legal ntere of Hardin nine perpeadieolar feet of water when in that college four years He is Fxecutive of the General Federated believe Kentucky women will lead the of the northern part of Madison scaped there was a kersplash and the hay oh ing Mr Powell found a lot of tools near with the undersigned Comm PERSONAL familiar with eight oriental languages Clubs Lnhmond has for to Winchester S E SCOTT M C M C C world in club organization as they aie last Wednesday and where was be his store that later on were claimed by An ice hook did the has studied two years in American The meeting was called to older at 230 been taking bit notes payable were speedily married by licv Dick born with the graces of body and the George Holmes the colored blacksmith rest The concussion however was BO Mr W 8 Hume is in Louisville oclock Thursday afternoon by the presi n oti Mame htm of Rowland whose slip was raided the French Twenty three and fourteen arc great that the big tire bell on the O foot seminaries and speaks Knglish fluently beauty of soul and character that are Mrs Morton and prayer was HonC H Rodes is in Losaaville thirty seven the half of which iseighteen tower three miles away in Richmond With his lecture he will exhibit pictures dent irresistible with mankind and thev will same night The rascals had evidently contortionist and i curiosities and the various costumes of offered bv Miss Belle Bennett Mrs S F Rock jailed at Irvine last intended to use them in gaining entrance be able to attain just w hatever they ask e the rammer braking oa and a half a nice age to get married was set to ringing Mrs R R Burnam made the address his people Remaining unclaimed in the P N week for to the store between Richmond and Bepoaae by Mrs Morton Mr Yohannan is a converted Nestorian of welcome Without Instructions Ky for the week at Richmond She Protests Mr ieorge 6 Prewitt is in Louisville The address tieing too long for this Richmond IVneterv Kfgalahoav The program for the remainder of the and at close of lactase will give a short June j Rodea haa appointed W I Collector Commenting OB the purchase of bicy talk on his country as a missou field day as published in these columns last article was well received by the audience on business All persons are reminded that the Agt V S reg letter MorelandMisa Nora itb of llarrodsburg Crutcher Bland Ballard and Win II A McFartaan K cles by several ladies in Richmond the Admission free Mrs Mary Stewart is visiting relatives grounds of the Cemetery are sacredly de Â¬ Ainslie week was followed at the conclusion of The speaker wore a badge recently preateaMMjraptaar in Miller a board of revenue esaaainera for Katie Jimes Mr John Arnold Mi sented her by the Sultan of Turkey ter says in Clark county Â¬ which an informal reception was tenvoted to the burial of the dead aud that Ban- - Rev George Ogg M W Thursday of the sth collection district But thev have The Hanson Monument Friday night was occupied by a recepSince Mis lluls who was quite a Mrs James B Winn of Winchester is the penalties of the lew will lie strictly Bobwa C dered Mrs Henrotin Owring E H reived their instructions from the A message from Capt Fd Spears of - Gillian skillful rider went to Texas a year ago The dreariness produced by the down- tion at which several hundred persons visiting relatives here enforced in all cases of wanton injury Carroll Charles Commissioner and do not ki ow where 1aint Iick lady ha e ad- were Refreshments present Pari ah H Richmond has never enjoyed the specta Iaris announces that the unvailing cf pour of rain was counteracted by the were or misdemeanor or disregard of the Cae lessieW Mrs Vail of Omaha is visiting Mrs Casebier aad nor when nor how thev will enter upon cle of bloomers but the craze baa struck the monument erected bv the Orphan delightful music of the Richmond Mask served rules and regulations S B Hume at Silver Creek ah 2 Peon Their province iloebtl Cogar George ing that Dr Collins their duties Brigade over the grave of Gen and Mrs the town and f Iks max now look out Club Miss Mary Pattie sang two solos 1 Petit Hair The Superintendent or his assistant Dennis C B to Wnicliistpr xainine applicant who wish to enMiss Mellie Hamilton of Kstill is vis- Â¬ ier icf Roger A Hanson will take piace at 3 p Miss 11 nls telegraphs fioin Sherman Pelter Minnie Durham S D is required to be present ami superintend On Friday reports were made by Miss ter the rexenue service The business manager of the Cum w iting the family of R L finally m July Pelter John Ellison J C in the Lexington Ky ceme Texas to aay that she never wore bloomwail paer last every interment and while a funeral is Fowler flattie Ainslie representative from the Louis- accompanied by B C Stockton went to J H Mrs D C Biggerstaff is making a three Sound Money Delegation ers nor does she believe the ladies tery The order of exercises is to be in i U It which a conducted in the Cemetery he shall al- Â¬ Gowen R 11 Kobinstein Morris ville Hampton Club Mrs Helosier Mox Winchester OB Wednesday baei weeks visit at Frankfort Madame coaatv is represented ia the referred to wil do so The Climax charge of the Honorary Confederate ley of the Louisville Monday Afternoon rate in that low no one near the grave except friends Goosman Mrs Y C No ness The Oate Citv of the Mountains Miss IvaOibson of Paris is visiting of the familv Gum Stephen d State Convention at I onisville by W S roaches for her first statement ami Veterans Association composed of the Club Mrs Wilbur Smith of lexington has heretofore Mowed her horn and Miss Nannie Hall of Rodesdale Silkman W D ladies at Lexington Ky of which Mrs Harris Mrs May agrees with her as to the second rley W R Shsrkelford J A SulliCut lowers when brought into the the Central Kentucky Club Mrs Stone they are entitled tothe blow We found Harris Nancy Jane Skinner R B aeB to Iari- - Wed van C I Chenault J II Harris James Grave is President The cereDr John W Harris and wife Inion Cemetery and placed on graves must not Harris Bennie Story Miry Music Club Miss SteIm as them a clever courteous and very nice K Low Kxeursian Kales monies will 1h simple and impressive of the Richmond B McCrearv John F stone Widker ev Robt be taken from the graves upon any ire Halis Squire phenson of llarrodsburg and Mrs John accommodating class of citizens as good City are visiting in St Louis at the K C Depot Rev i B embracing a prayer by the Agent Carr announces for the Ken Harris Gilard White C L eessey 8 L Midkiff J C Taor YV Matthews of Newcastle and perhaps if not better than can be found in any of Mrs Lhas H Mehagan of Hyde Park text whatever without the consent of the Harris Mi- - 11 J jit Thomas W Lvans Sr J B Willis tucky Central Division of the L V N the Overton of Loahrrflle arho was at one Chenault owners oe Vainer i Turner the Blue grass cities and the wonder is Illinois is visiting Mrs C S Powell time a chaplain and Lieutenant in the others re last week J Tevis Cobb J R toodloe J F following low rat 4 All persons are prohibited fatal Hicks li A j Cade wood Minnie lietter fraternal and Hon T 6 Stuart of Winchester visiMiss Iifon presented the importance that there is not good for five Second Kentucky Infantry ien Hanlawaiatrator Greealeaf Wm Votiea They are for June 90th to August 0th any lowers either wild or cul- Â¬ irt Mrs Annie Wrav Lizzie cordial feeling between them and the ted relatives here last week for a minute plucking Walt in a ll the Clay days one and one third rate round trip sons old regiment an address by Capt of the biennial meeting of General FedMM tivated or from breaking or removing Hopkins Walter Martha eration to be held in Louisville next far famed capital of Madison unless it is akley Ed Iorter Thomson who was Quarterto Cincinnati on account of rt had decided the Miss Janie Myers left this morning for anv plant tree or shrub not their own James Thomas lniroveanat on 4th areas Jackson Curtis that the Winchester people have all the a visit to friends and relatives in Lexingmaster of the Sixth Kentucky Infantry year or iBtee Any person disturbing the quiet or I anter Nora B White W W Watts has contracted with lietter fellow feeling among themselves ton July 4th iith good till 7th one and Orphan Brigade There will also be V N Mary A good order ot the place by noise or other Mauell An election of officers resulted a fol M Harry pra far abend of us in the way King for a paMinent along the front of one third fare for round trip to Mays musical selections The committee in We found her Esther Mrs FMgar Turley is spending some improper conduct Wall lie compelled in- Miller Mrs L T Mrs Mary Grata lows President of a little gem of an Opera House capathe formers beautiful grounds on 4th ville on account of races Woods Mrs K C Miller Almira charge are arranging to bet tire reduced M at her old home Spears Jessamine stantly to leave the Cemetery of Lexington Vice President oiton near Kinatoa Alsi at Avenue It w ill U a granitoid and add Miller Mrs Mattie ble of seating six or seven hanoM peo- Â¬ time July Sth to 14h one fare for round railroad rates for the occasion ii county No improiier person shall lie adMrs Anna C Bowser of Ixmisvi lie Re- Â¬ - Mat greatly to the cmitort of the psdeatriaaa Persons calling for above will pie ise ple andcomplete with a spacious sae trip to Parks Hill on account of en No person with sa cording Secretary Mrs JC Lockhart lay Manes Mayans Hume and Annie Wa- mitted to the grounds adertised who live beyond Mr Watts Tbediataace An Important Railroad Move that will accommodate most any tirs campment of Kn ghts of Pythias I B Willis P M CofTtapoadlng Secretry class attraction on the road which gers of Irvine are guests of Mrs Claude dogs admitted of Paris Ky ami hundred feet The large purchase of water front Mrs Josephine Carter of Versailles July 4th round trip tickets to all 7 No rapid driving allowed nor shall Smith of its sie not to the good work proceed all over points at very low lates ted oa ha good till property at Norfolk by the Southern Treasurer Miss D McKee of Covington speaks vell for a town Miss Minnie Munday of Kingston the grounds he used as a public park or sav anything about its electric light town wherever good paven cuts haw July 7th Railway Co and its determination to lie would serve ior i Auditor Mrs Jason Walker of Richpleasure resort not leen laid - iimw aaian and warehouses mond Secretary Miss Sarah Webb of system Their street cars will aliout graduated from Stanford Female College build extensive wharves No passing through the grounds Is excellent for painting roofs barns and compare with ours run on anv time to last week at that point for foreign aud domestic Ixjnisville Ill mas are Nat What They Seen leration Will Celebrate the 4ta For sale bv awowed The Cemetery mast not be en other outside buidings suit passengers that are not in a bail Mr Theodore Smith and wife nee is one of the most important One day last week W W Pigg had shipping ANV ireen Broaddus Peat No lls G AR THE RICHMOND WATER A vote of thanks was extended the 11 Said is represented by Pro Lyd Phelps of Shelbyville are visiting rela- tered except through the gates The press two boards painted with the words For moves made tor many years in Southern Children under fourteen years are people of Richmond in general and the dane of the Democrat with lSoO sub- tives here 46 6 to Ir Iovntz will celebrate at Kings Station on the R Sale on them to le lo6ted on a little affairs Controlling as this system now N I A B Thursday of next seek July not permitted within the grounds unless Music Club in particular Irtish an aire lot at Binha scribers and Bro Adams of the Sun Mr and Mrs C D Chenault of Richfarm Thev were not thoroughly dry does about 5000 miles and destined to sth mrb of Richmond Miss Carter Corresponding Secretary Prio with 1388 on their list which goes to mond have been visiting at Sumners accompanied by some judiciou- - older to probably 10000 its posSpecial train will leave Richmond at when he took them from the shop On increase this person responsible for their behavior of 992 embraced show that their citizens read theircounty Forest this week Baaetta a Pa Seate aurr the way home he met a man with a trap sible influeuce upon the development of reported a memlvership 7 a m Round t ri j 30 cents pi The Siierintendent is empow in 22 clubs with TV members of other papers encourage their editors and are Misses Clyde Talbott and Kittie e red as a special police to enforce these wife of Bohert II M- GlSBS Broaddus Poet was named in full of rats Mr Pigg told him to wait tiie Ninths commerce cannot well be consequently posted upon the current Concentrating around Hamp clubs yet available n Sunday 23rd a rjrl h nor of Maj I ireen Broaddus former and he would go home and get hi6 rat measured French are visiting Mrs K M Hugue regulations and to arrest on sight and to Mrs Morton read the subjoined paer events of the country save possibly a ley at Winchester ton Roads as the great railway systems log Ipon reaching his front door he r lieen seen in Sheriff of Madison county prosecute all those who violate the orfew gold brick schemes in which they on tiie work and aim of the club met the dog and w ithout thinking how are now doing it is certain that Norfolk Iv City Oral ions and music Also a big dinner Miss Katie Oarland and Miss Annie dinances or commit trespass made bettgr citizens Just one year ano the call for a state live and are it would look he set the boards on Portsmouth and Newport News must to The house and lot in trvine Kv Richmond however has not lostsightof Crouin of Lexington are visiting at keep It Cattle ia Aaderxin aasffpsaf the stone steps ea h side the door all intents and purposes become parts of Federation was made delegates responded A lovely known as the Riddell hou e our pleasant neighlior for she- has a Councilman Mershons M of Baltimore has to dry while he went to kill the one f the worlds greatest shipping cen- and a meeting was held at Isington ioldsmith Ir Ilanton has lost his silver handled Lan Wilson made an assignment yes situation and going at a bargain Misses Margaret and Pattie Ootf of In- Â¬ terday colony of her former citizens there to It bean hia aaaae in full liought through his agent here Mr rats He then proceeded w itb the rat tres Here is to be a city the magnitude As a result the Womans Club of Cen2 to J R Stoutfer Probably the Ten thousand acres mineral and it keep it lor then he wont Warren another 190000 worth of killing More jeople than usual came of whose trade will be commensurate tral Kentucky was organized with a see that things are done in the proper dian Fields are the guests of their cousin first barrooi that ever assigned in Rich timber lands on Station Camp and its tributaries Contains over three feet fine more It covers manner We found there doing a flour Mrs George 0 Prewitt cattle for export and butchering Mr mond along so it seems for BOOB everybody with the infinite possibilities of the membership ot two hundred cannel coal 40 inches block coal and ishing business our former townsnuu of Miss Mary Fullenwider of Shelbyville R Walker sold L L all branches of womans work im UJ head and There was talking alxmt Piggs house leing for country drained by the thousands of immense quantities of hard wood and tarailare U aliforaia ioLP in the I S Treasury has climbed poplar timber twenty five vears ago ieorge Strolher Is the attractive guest of Miss Daisy Moore thirty arms head the ls averag sale were fourteen clubs represented at 1ax miles of railroad that stretch from Hamp He has had several offers II A Moran ias had her furni- above the hundred million mark tor the four hundred acres coal and timing alxjut 180 pounds Kleven carloads There are now twenty two clubs who hi insuring the good people against Campbell on Fifth street ton Roads to the We6t and the South ington -- mi her old holmat Silver go Married in Marrard ber lands on the waters ol Sturgeon Kentucky loss by tire and thereby saving them from to Newport News and sevei to Jersey We feel that the whole South is to be belonging to the Federation Miss Lucy Wilson has returned to her first time since December Creek Lee countv Ky at a bargain ity to her present home D L Cook a red hot ReThe marraige of Miss Margaret i Walk- congratulated upon this movement of the women are conservative and so are the bankruptcy ity The price paid was about live cents home near Danville having attended House and thirteen acres of land The Ladies The freight on the car er ound er and Mr Luther Oibbs which took Southern Railway Co Manufacturers awienceburg News men except a tendency with them to publican is dishing up hardware and the Caldwell High School at Millers Creek Ky The R N I fk B The pleaaant effect and perfect safety depot will be located on this when the place at Paint Lick church in Vppertiar engage in boom town speculations take stoves to keep them warm to vote the Record Capt Samuel Hanson Stone went Lan- Â¬ with which ladies may use the California road is extended deduction in Prices at Meat Robt D rard Wednesday evening at oclock A Now let the R N I A B railroad be shares of stock in mines aud banks they straight Republican ticket iliri Irlred hullar caster Monday and with Hon Wm O liijuij laxative Syrup of Figs under all Three hundred acres at Kings StaSeveral of the butcher BBOfB in Rich was one of the prettiest weddings that has extended through the mountains tap know not of all of which vagaries by lialdwin presides over register at the I H i iowcii this place has a dollar B R R P tion on R Bradey went to Louisville Tuesday makes it their favorite remedy conditions mond have announced a drop in prices taken place in iarrard society circles for clav and clav for encaustic tiling abund the Norfolk road and Richmond will be the way it is ccnfidentlv expected that Reese House as polite and handsome as It is raauaaaaticaliy valued look ant on this land Miss Bessie Baughmdn of Richmond To get the true and genuine anicl and 11 cents Best steak 10 some time The house was tastefully de A bargain ottered club women will in some measure arrest ever Pigg brothers Less and Joe have I in it aaa made in ye olden time cents Mutton H and 10 cents Fresh corated for the oeaaaVaa with dowers and recently bought a saloon and grocery is visiting at Mr K W Morrows on for the name of the California Fig Syrup Station and post otTice established if not altogether correct A gentleman who ought to know says a silver dollar was worth more 6 Residence on the corner of ak and Co printed near the bottom of the packRichmond street Lancaster Record They evergreens The bride was attired in lork 10 cenls I ard The aim of every club should be lit- Thev are on buck street in front of Tin the R N I iV B is to lie extended to phi storv frame ho High streets age sav that a drop of j cents in live stsk white silk and carried a large boquet of Mrs- John M Alverson of Washingpan alley They are doing a flourishing Lot rooms with basement and cellar Beattyville When that point is reached erary educational and philanthropic mother-in-lahas caused the tumble of 2 cents m loses Raatrx The Maid of honor Miss Sue a irreat part of the work will have lieen and it must not be derated to anv business and will make a fortune if they ton D C is the guest of her Goto D P Armerthe Main Street 90 x 200 feet Young fruit and good Mrs Mattie Alverson on High Jeweler for one of those handsome Gold out buildv The storehouse of Wm Short at Paint meats At this rate a further decline of Oglesbie and the bridesmaids Misses done and the missing link ought soon to special cause No higher or more sacred save their money and continue to hold House and lot on Broadway Rich cents in live stock would give the pub- Janie Lusk Mattie Walker Jane Walk- Thursday night n Gents mond Kv Good cistern and Gold Filled Ladies and upon each of us than to down their end of the town Blount street obligation rests be supplied finest location Bros are also doing a good business in er Kinma Leave and Khz Lusk were Hyattsville was lic its meat free gratis for nothing Customary paments it Bight thl help the less fortunate than weourselvep Drs Wei by Burgin and Fred Smith Watches that he is offering so cheap on the street Bikes aad Biking House and lot on North street becomingly attired in white organdies tS Several hundred dollars in Heirs I akaowa The economic and social changes ol the same line on Main street John irady are at home from Louisville in which Also some of those Boys Waiches at good house Good fruit good location Fontaine ran 474J miles in 24 hours at last quarter of a century lmve greatly and Jim Lucas are in the same business Is taken Tommy Callahan an Irishman alsiut and each carried a lioquet of white roses 2 50 that are warranted they graduated at dental college city and outbuildings Mr S C Denny acted as best man and London last Saturday which goes to show that Winchester is fifty years old who came to Paint Lick widened the sphere of women aud has S F ROCK S2- Wheat last week A new line 01 buggies carriages sur At Manhattan Beach Thursday a made for them a more conspicuous place well served with the flowing bowl by ago died at this place last Messrs John Doty Woods Oglesbie Ed ries barouches and wagons just received Harvesting has begun in Madison some time Mr Richard White Miller of Hunts in the strugge to elevate humanity and Madison Imivs Ed Powell who formerly He has no known relatives and Walker Woods Walker and Dick Dennv rider ran ten miles in 21MONEY TO LOAN complaint of rust One ville Alabama was here last week but They are dandies Come and see them were groomsmen After the ceremony to make men and women purer truer kept the Central Hotel here is mine claimed to have come from Ixuisville In France a race was run last week - cast of Richmond is a complete Made of the best materia and guaran now at the big State Convention in of inquiry were writteu to the the young couple left for Curako Spings lietween two bikes propelled bv gas gen and happier It is urged that all clubs host of the Winchester House and do- Â¬ is teed Prices lower than ever before thers are not injured The letters W I Smith still serves the Louisville At a low rate of interest for a term of in the State who have not joined the ing well in Louisville while the old Ark where thev will remain for several erated from petroleum authorities Richmond Carriage Works ill be good over the county For infor- vears on good firm property repress Co Fwrett M Huguely The bride who is the second Miss Iittie Hursch of Decatur Illifellow was si k but no information Bays Federation be sought out and invited to Adams Twenty thousand people were at Man S L Midkiff Proprietor 19 mation apply to daughter of Mr Ld Walker is a lovely has a nice drug store in the heart of the nois has gone home after a visit of sevMr Bam aad the labia Sen ire could le obtained as to any relatives be CHAS S POWELL hattan Beach Thursday and rnday to do so We need their co operation to 46 10 Jack eral weeks to her grandfather Mr Paul city and is happy and doing well mav have had He left a dwelling anil and accomplished young lady Tbeerooin witness the cycle races become a tower of strength nj W Bin the noted temperance McOord tits up the ladies with shoes and Noble on Fifth street Mrs Henrotins address on organizagoodpieeesf land at Paint Lick Lan- is one of Garrards most widely known B ill deliver a free lectnra at the Lightning Hot Drops Johnson rode half a mile at Philadeland popular young farmers Thev have a always tells them they are No I when tion was prefaced by these remarks Sunday night Sule caster Record ian church What a Funnv Name Mrs R H Johnson of Danville 111 phia Saturday in KM seconds or at the host of friends who wish them unbound I confess that ever since I have lieen they are No X but that is one of the trick is visiting her sister Mrs Dr C C OwaleSS The Right Side of Life Very True but ft Kills All Pain It All Depends ta the Liaaer ed happiness through the voyage of life rate ot M miles per hour a- - tiii identified with clubwomen I have de- of the trade and they like it The Messrs Smith Mrs Johnsons husband was a ther churches that night Sold Everywhere Every Day The seed ol the woman shall bruise A IOgansport man has invented a bike Lancaster Keco d sired to come back to the South and to Adams Jim and W T are grinding out well known editor in Richmond before a union service Public cordially the serpent s head is a Scriptural sayWithout Relief There is No Pav w it Ii both hand and foot power so that bring the women of my native South- Â¬ the WinchesterSun but have to acknowlIn prices is taking place at our business ing carried out bv Captain Cox and A Slid Death the feet and hands can be rested alter- land into the Hues of work and thought edge there is no place like Richmond al- Â¬ the war quarters on Main street We keep the I sirt f Madisoa Ceaaty Record BBSSl Neeiey on Pleasant street Sunday Mrs Lena Whitehead of Madison The city was startled yesterday morn- Â¬ nately of the North and East Louisville and though Winchester is a very uice place Persons desiring to construct wire finest line of clothing in the city Have county was the guest of Mrs J M Ben- Â¬ Nicholasville Journal savs The aftrnojn The reptile dispatched by ing when the news ot the death of little John R Gibson broke the record the old Gait House are associated in my and has a clever people il we ask ranging from for certificates them was of the cowsucker species and French Jackson one of brightest aud Monday bv going a was en route to and slat fence will do well to consult the snita nation of appiante ton Thursday She half mile in 133 on mind with the pleasantest experiences of We guarantee you of the Climax before buying elseÂ¬ is a visit from you We Ii in the common schools of this oneaaored about four feet in length Washington D C where her father editor Stove Ip most popular boys of the city became the Fairgrounds track An eye witness my life As a mere child 1 remember He has a large quantity on courteous treatment and will show where was the most are told nore snakes have been seen in known On Tuesday he had gone with remarked A bird couldnt Iwvecaught Women have the courage and men the Rev Green Clay SmitK is very ill annually to Louis my mother took me Ho goods misrep- Â¬ with pleasure hands at a bargain Only and around Paris this summer than for a number of bovs to Jacksons Ferry to iHmiocrat n we have had for years him ville when she went shopping and these cowardice of their convictions During Winchester resented to make a sale When paeaaaar past Paris Kentuckian arhem succeeded in securing lirst- many years fish They returned about it oclock The Winchester cycle races July 4th trips were ot vast importance to her and the late meeting of the Federation of tialit for Silver During the meeting last week by the our store take a look in our show win- Â¬ rtilic ates one second class and Citizen French told his mother that he had a will be eight in number ranging in value to me On one occasion when I was in Womans Clubs at Richmond the men Federation of Womans Clubs Mrs Anv one wishing to exchange silver for dows Hopimi to have the pleasure of a off drinking If Craddock would leave lird casas Before severe toothache he retired of prizes from 15 to 50 L A W Ixiuisville I heard the great lawyer folks laid low in the bluegrass and hor Barnes and Mrs Danforih were enter gold should read the following letter call from you that cheap imitation Bourbon and try Mrs Jackson gave him a small dose of rules will govern Distances i I and Humphrey Marshall make a speech that ses and mules would not have pulled an tained by Mrs It R Burnam Mrs HenVery respectfully Hardin Rav Co Mo ircaatcisiaa Silver Creek he wouldnt 6ee near so paregoric She and French then retired 2 miles was so matchless in eloquence that it has opinion out of their mouths They knew rotin by Mrs s H Stone Mrs Morton August 12 So Th us was here many snakes M oh oi Cincinnati Weve tried it and both fell asleep About mid night Nine smart wheelman from St Paris haunted me through all these years I it was no time tor them to do the talking by Mrs Jason Walker Mrs Harrison I had Rheumatism Kidney Troubles Charles Indorf Manager ly and performed the ancient and she was awakened by the heavy breath- O en route to the Mammoth Cave stop especially desired to come to Kentucky and when cornered and asked their opin- Â¬ and Mrs Fulton by Mrs Prof Clark Where is He Constipation and Indigestion My liver The infant in rite of circumcision AtNation correspondent ing of the oy The family was aroused ped at Paris Monday for dinner but when the opportunity arrived ion on the subject ot clubs for women Our Whites was enlarged and I looked like I had The earl man was the subject The Joins Yaa Way The Ciivtx has a and medical aid summoned but the tached to their bicycles were cards bear- - by invitation of your State Fed- Â¬ ard various other questions they were I neer knew a moments writes as follows ease showed no baking powder dropsy usual feast succeeded the ceremony that has been dead four child could not be restored to conseious ing the following answers to questions erated Clubs I had much misgivings either non committal or came out Injldly A series of robberies that bgan at Until I used Thed fords Black Draught - subscriber here so pare or so great ia lemv M ewr lam sight of their dis- years and our postmaster desires to know noss aud be died at fi oclock yesterday likelv to w nskeit tyoimr myself as I realized that I was to sm ak anil mendaciously in favor of anything Paint Lick last week have reached Stan- Â¬ Yew we art pu I have had no Rheumatism since and the from enlng power as the RoyaL iples by isolation ford The Journal says Judge J W bloating and soreness are all gone his address so that his paper may be for-- morning It is possible that after re to ride all the way there and back We before the daughters the descendants of the ladies wanted ei re w centers Carriages wagons and biggies over Â¬ tiring he was awakened by the pain and get pretty warm some times We ex- - those famous Kentucky orators those I know of one gentleman who has a Alcorns residence was burglarized Sat- Â¬ warded promptly Mrs Ann Mailory pect to le on the road twelve days Yes daughters whether thev know it or not perfect abhorrence for the new woman urday night aud the judges ifold watch The Register suggests that the P M got tip and took more of the drugt Mailer Sarin A silver dollar will buy a mammoth hauled and painted at the very lowest hibiself This is however supposition we ride up hills We expect to pay as who must from the law of sequence be and entertains the somewhat erroneous two pairs of gold spectacles S3 or 4 in package of Black Draught at anv drug prices All work guaranteed to be as Twelve cot tagee have been erected at try hades as that is invariably the counIkthat his system was in we go Yes we get tired some times gifted speakers and whose minds must idea that she is a wild eyed howling money and some valuable papers were store and it is worth its weight in gold good as any in the State at present the fol- - try to which all our year delinquent sub- - and it may ry Spring and RiciiMONo Cashugi Wok thev shuiHe off such condition that the small dose given We ride at night We do not d aw en- - be wonderfully formed foi attaining terror utterly devoid ot any feminine stolen Entrance was effected through ite when Several knowledge and comprehending great charm or giace In the sanctity of Lia I a parlor windo sious We all work at trade oral rooms were My stock of caniges buggies thai mortal roil Aad dont yon forget it hin proved fatal Winchester Sun I have seen many exam eased was a son of the late Sheriff other answers to probable qutions were truths ed by the scamps N is the handsomest and most stylish in the family circle be will urn ticket Register James C the in West Reports The U and his mother was a also ou the card Bourbon News women in this country but as a whole I nale andchara as a wakened and were not aware country Give me a call orrect we cant for If tin HockadavB Countv Clerk Royal Baking Powder lot what had happened until nest morn- a numlier of relatives in Taylor and has RrcHMOND Carriacr Works Ben L Price8 and others will ward the Climax to the gone subs Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder am convinced there is not a body ot menace to all domestic happiness itv oififl and L women in to all targe cake S L M iii tsbestoe wrappers to Awarded Gold Medal MM water Fair Sw Fnncaco in a few dava A I Rev will preach I N V lg3fMrgiJs Â¬ ii 111 A Â¬ 111 III m mm COST AT COST 111 THE 111 I Â¬ til I iiliiflillliliiiii SJIs eiffgSfgj pa Mil fQhis gaif - CINCIN NATI Â¬ Jie gincinnati fbto of Â¬ tfulnhfiimj Wuucaf Jtutlumcnti Â¬ Â¬ ip iiiff fit ftnfp- to9 tftiati filacer -- Ssra SjMilffiJi - univunino tbe iule and at CHEAP STORE Â¬ Â¬ s7tifJ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ III 111 lilrlbSplil ntiniMMiiiiiiii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I nd-moiiey Â¬ I LIST OF LETTERS 1 1 i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 1 Â¬ 1 C- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lt Â¬ COAL TAH 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate FOR SALE 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 so Â¬ KLI To Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Cutting Â¬ ifaj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- - Â¬ I Worlds Fair Tests j Â¬ - S Govt -J- lwSSBBwnjiBUi Gurney Patent Refrigerators Krssass W hy tkr tiirnev OUsells First The Gurrev having a removable galvanized ice compartment makes it the eanable refrigerator and being free from damage bv the ice pick overcomes a common fault of refrigerators The Gur- nr is so constructed that the ice does not come in contact with the sde walls thus preventive all condensation or sweating tig an important feature On the Ail SISTERS OF CHARITY Women Full of Good Almsdeeds Works and Biteliti w To Bless and Comfort the Siek and Dto tressed Allevlatr the Ialn and Anguish of the IltiiiK and Kcllee the eeesitlrs of the llest itule Ur lalmKres Sermon Sr old durability ltd When the dr ness in tested ren to the Gora Third Experimental tests have proven that a pound of ice will cold and hold at a loer and more even temperature more space in a Gurney than ier known lefrigera Fourth Standard authorities show bv that mineral wool with which rnev is packed is the onh perfect iion conductor for 61ling walls A test will show that the Gurnev - the freest circulation hath The iurnev b reason of its tree circulation will show in ont th ird the lower temrnT ture than anv other refrigerator on the i SHACKELFORD CENTRY C37 361 Finally Settled The Silver Question T restore prosperity ml enntcntmt nt in thi city and Madison comity call at our NKW ST KK and exchange your silver for the cheapest goods in Richmond Cottons Calicoes Ginghams Corsets Gloves Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Fans Percales Nainsooks Satines Hambnrgs Ties Socks Suspenders Pants In his sermon at lieatrice Keb Sun day Kev Dr Talmnpe who is now on his summer western our chose a sub ject that must awaken the sympathies of all lovers of humanity viz Sisters of Charity The text selected was Acts ix SO The woman was full of food works and almsdeeds which she did Starting- now where I left off last IB in reeitinjr womans oppo- Â¬ rtunities I have to say that woman has the speciaJ and superlative rijjht of ble sin an i comforting the sick What land what street what house has not felt the sir i t i n rl-- of disease Tens of thousands of sickbeds What shall we do with them Shall man with his r ujh hand and heavy foot No and impatient bearing minister He can He can not soothe the pain not quiot the nerves He knows not where to set the light His hand is not steady enoup h to pour out the drops lie is not wakeful enouph to be a watcher The Lord Hod siit Miss Dix into the Virginia hospitals and the Maid of Sarasa to appease the wounds of the battlefield has equip ped wife mother and daughter for this delicate but tremendous mission You have known men who have de woman but the moment disease fell upon them they did not send for their friends at the bank or their partner in business or their worldly assoTake me to ciates their first cry was my wife The dissipated ymtn man at the college HOsTl at the idea of being under home influenees but at the first blast of the typhoid fever on his cheek Walter he says Where is mother Seott wrote partly in satire and partly in compliment when he said sornun in our hour of ei e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tnc Purses Soaps I Shoe all the Bible is the description of the lad who went out to the Harvest field of Shunem ami got sunstrik throwOveralls Towels ing his hands in his temples and crying out Oh my head my head and Laces Trunks Shirts Carry him to his mother they said He sat on her And then the record is It is knees till noon and then died ill away from an awful thing to l home in a strange hotl once in a while men coming to look at you hold- Â¬ -ing their hand ove- - their mouth for fear that thev will catch the contagion How roiiLhlv they turn you in How you How loudly they talk bed lonir for the ministries of home knew one such who went away from one of the brightest of homes for several weeks business absence at No 9 First St Richmond Ky A came at telegram the west that he was on his midnitrht deathlied far away frees home Bj AvsVkV WS AWAYVWWAVWVVS f express train the wife and daughters went westwaii but they went He feared not to die but he too late was in an a oiiy to live until his famHe tried to bribe the ily got there doctor to make him live a little while longer He ssid I am williing to die - 7 but not alone it the pulses flut tered the ewes dosed and the heart The express trains met in stopped the midniirht wife and daughters going westward- - lifeless remains of hus band and father coming eastward Oh it was a sad pitiful overwhelming spectacle When we are siek we want WE SELL AS n CAN -- LOWEB AS V to le siek at home When the time H comes for u to die we want to die at THAN EVEB BEFORE home The room may lie very humble WE HAVE TOO MANY A and the faces that look into ours may Ik very plain but who eares for that vi aim AFTER CASH Loving hands to bathe the temples Loving voices to speak good cheer Loving lips to read the comforting John Do nelson kTNTIinkY HflRRIflGF WflRITS promises of Jessav UIIHIIUIUU UIUIU PROPRIETOR In our last dreadful war men cast 3 the cannon men fashioned the mus Forketry men cried to the hosts ward march men hurled their battal AVVVvVASWVVVW ions on the sharp edges of the enemv cryineCharge charge but woman scraHd the lint woman administered the cordials woman watched by the i11 ilt i io444444 dying couch woman wrote the last IT TICKLES YOU message to the home circle woman the INSTANT RELIEF rou bet mom wept at the solitary burial attended by herself and four men with a spade We greete the general home with brass bands and triumphal arches and wild huas but tie story is too wood to be written anywhere save in the chronicles of Heaven of Mrs Brady tramps Diairhea Flux Cholera CURES who came down among the sick in the S Uaigcs of Water etc swamps of the thi kahominy of Annie l urns Bruise Scratches Bites of HEALS t rpeils Buzs etc iluss in the cooper shop hospital of La Grippe Influent BR E AKS U P Margaret llreekinridge who came to Croup Sore Throat etc men who had been for weeks with every time Good SmellsEerywtrre Tastes Good Does Good No Pay their wounds undressed someof them No Reliff Sold at 25c and EOc Per Botte essj tauis two and one half Lime as mack as 25c bottle frozen to the ground anil when she HERB MEDICINE CO SPRINGFIELD O turned them over those who had an M1M arm left waved it and filled the air with their Hurrah of Mrs Bodge who came from Chicago with blank- Â¬ ets and with pillows until the men shouted Three cheers for Ocxl the thristian Commi sion bless the women at home then sit- Â¬ ting down to take the last inesor Tell my wife not to fret a bun mc but to meet me in Heaven tell her to train up the boys whom we have loved so well tell her we shall meet again in the good land tell her to bear my loss like the Christian wife of m Christian soldier and of Mrs Shelton into WHAT DOES IT MEAN whose face the convalescent soldier looked and said Your grapes and It rr iiw url Cii iiib1 Rout i it miles ihnrts cologne cured me Men did their work w ith shot and shell and carbine and CsaKiaaaU tu Lttaa x AtUut r Jackauovilla I nda howitzer women did their work with SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS socks and slippers and bandages and T r nrh Cat v Vickshvrv aad warm drinks and Scripture texts and hrT gentle stroking of the hot temples - r an- - or - A - M I I tirin mi and stories of that land where they at i LaoTi sm wsu dim t saaartma u mad rni Lcaiawiua tlrwjicd Uai 1th never have any pain Men knelt down W C KINKAKSOV over the wounded and said On which r Agent Cuiunati 0 Goal l Women knelt side did you fight QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE down over the wounded and said i v vv Where are yon hurt What nice things can I make for you to eat What makes you cry To night while we men are sound asleep in our beds THE there will be a lig ht in yonder loft there will by groaning in that dark alley there will be cries of distress in that cellar Men will sleep women OK will watch Again Woman has a superlative right to take the poor DUUDC JEnSET RED SWIHE are hundreds care ofthousands of There and them in all our cities There is a kind BREEDERS WERE SELECTED PROM TIIE BEST HERDS of this BwBOB of work that men can not do for th e A splendid lo ate tali Irorn ietis crcd stock poor Here comes a group of little SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Corrcsp ndence solicited Address barefoot children to the door of the Dorcas society They need to be R H Ky clothed and provided for Which of these directors of the banks would know how many yards it would take to make that little girl 3 dress Which of these masculine hands could fit a E RICHMOND STEAM hat to that little girls head Which of these wise men would know B how Id tie on that new pair of shoes Man sometimes gives his charity in a rough way and it PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES 1 t X 1 111 STAIN A PATENT Vxx a falls like the fruit of a tree in the east and an bonest opm on w ite to which fruit comes down so heavily that fi q nvmrtZ nTTT -- ftwa mTz i vf it breaks the skull of the man who is raiciwiu me rsjicnt VUlDSjaB TUltllMSJIll go wrtcUywofcJentul A lndkkor K tryine to gather it But woman glides and bow to ob Work ilone promptly snd j AIM o mecbaa itv into the house of destitution MMaM KiaiitlBc booka neotearmtatTie I rt e a well as any oilier Luudry and finds out all the sorrows of the irli i - Rn 11 iun 1X oerre aneetali II Amrriran and 11 place and puts so quietly the donation M in llu- - Cotiiitrv puDiiewttn wu coat to the hiTontor MKiinvmeniondid nnThu on the table that ail the family come k Ill J ij iiurirxTenoaslTThrlit out on the front steps as she departs of aoT aacDtillc work In tbe er it irti expecting that from under her shawl Skaaw she will tnrust out two wings and go right up toward Hearen from whence PRICES NO HIGHER V she seems to have come down Oh UUHN a CO Sm YOU SMI BkDWAT Christian young woman if you would make yourself happy and win the b ing of Christ go out among the desti- Â¬ Sland Wv Home People and Â¬ Â¬ think the most pathetic passage rtatri io aaS iiird to When pin and inyui u wrlwj i A 11 LUterinc aeet the brow in and Oxford Ho5ierij Our pobbij Â¬ W C R T Hays 1 Â¬ DO YOU WANT A Â¬ - ones around the room will whisper Who is she Aint she beautiful and if you listen right sharply you will hear dripping down Cue leaky roof and rolling over the rotten stairs the ftngel chant that shook Bethlehem ilory to Ood in the highest and on Can earth peace good will to men you tell me why a Christian woman going down among the haunts of Iniquity on a Christian errand never I stood in meets with any indignity the chapel of Helen Chalmers the daughter of the celebrated Dr Chalmers in the most abandoned part of the city of Edinburgh and I said to her as I looked around upon the fearof that place ful surroundings Do you come here nights to hold Can she said Oh yes service It be possible that you never met with an insult while performing this Chris- Â¬ she said Never tian errand never That young woman who has her father by her side walking down the street an armed policeman at each corner of the street is not so well de- Â¬ fended as that Cnristian who goes forth in Oospel work into the hands of Iniquity carrying the liible and bread God with the right arm of His wrath omnipotent would tear to pieces any He one who should offer indignity would smite him with lightnings and drown him with floods and swallow him with earthquakes and damn Some him with eternal indignations I dislike very much to one said see that Christian woman teaching those bad bo s in the mission school I am afraid to ave her instruct them I am afraid So said am t her man I am afraid they Said the first too will use vile language before they Ah said the othleave the place er man I am not afraid of that What I am afraid of is that if any of those boys should use a bad word in that presence the other boys would ear him to pieces and kill him on the spot That woman is best sheltered who is sheltered by omnipotence and it is always safe to go where God tells yon to go It seems as if the Lord had woman for an especial ordained work in the solicitation of charities Backed up by barrels in which there is no flour and by stoves in which there is no fire and wardrobes in which there are no clothes a woman is irre sistible 1assing on her errand God says to her You go into that bank or store or shop and get the money She goes in and gets it The man is hard fisted but he gets it She can not help but get it It is decree from eternity she should get it No need of your turning your back and pretend ing you dont hear you do hear There is no need of you saying you are begged to death There is no need of you wasting your time and you might as well submit first as last You had better right away take down Your check book mark the number of tiie check fill up the blank sign your name and hand it to her There is no need of you wasting time Those poor children on the back street have been hungry long enough That sick man must have some farina That con Â¬ sumptive must have something to ease met this delegate of a rehis cough lief society coming out of the store of such a hard fisted man and I say Did Of course she you get the money say- got the money thats what I went for The Lord told me to go in ami get it and He never sends me on a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I never been heard from on earth or known but little have gone to the rest and peace of Heaven Wnat a rest What a change it was from the no fire and with room small brokglass the window one side aching out and the en and worn out eyes to the house of No more stitching many mansions until 12 oclock at nigfit no moreÂ¬ thrusting of the thumb by the employer through the work to show that it was not done quite right Plenty of bread at last Heaven for aching Heaven for broken hearts heads Heaven for anguish bitten frames No more sitting up until midnight for the coming of staggering steps No more rough blows across the temples No more sharp keen bitter curses Some of you will have no rest in this world It will be toil and struggle and suffering all the way up YouÂ¬ will have to stand at your door fighting back the wolf with your own hand But God has a crown red with carnage for you I want you to realize that He is now making it and whenever you weep a tear He sets another gem in that crown whenever you have a pang of body or soul He puts another gem in that crown until after awhile in all the tiara there will be no room for another splendor and God will say to The crown is done let her His angel And as the up that she may wear it Lord of righteousness puts the crown upon your brow angel will cry to an- Â¬ And Christ will Who is she gel I will tell you who she is She sav is the one that came up out of great tribulation and had her rote washed and made white in the blood of the And then God will spread a Lamb banquet and will invite all the princi- Â¬ palities of Heaven to sit at the feast and the tables will blush with the bast cluster from the vineyards of God and crimson with the twelve manner of fruits from the tree of life and waters from the fountain of the rock will flash from the golden tankards and the old harper of Heaven will sit there mak- Â¬ ing music with their harps and Christ will point you out amid the celebrit- Â¬ She suffered ies of Heaven saying with me on earth now we are going to And the ban- Â¬ be glorified together queters no longer able to hold their peace will break forth with congratu- Â¬ And there will Hail Hail lation be handwritings on the wall not such as struck the Persian noblemen with horror but with fire tipped fingers writing in blazing capitals of lght and iod has wiped away lore and victory all tears from all faces Â¬ prominent New York business man committed suicide by shooting himself some at his residence in this village away nis family was time Saturday Â¬ and his body was not found until Sun- Â¬ The cause of the deed is a mysday tery Near the bed on which the body lay was found a book entitled Is Life The dead man it Worth the Living is said was very wealthy June 24 Disap Phiiaiikiimiia pointed because her sister had not bought her a shirt waist Katie McCoy committed suicide at her home Sunday night by hanging The child lived with her sister Mrs Mary who had promised her the Baker but coveted garment on Saturday faded to keep her word A Child Commit Suicide rdetelv cutted the wno esaie uruir Co Lincoln house of H T Clark Neb a four storv brick structure and Â¬ caused a loss of 8150000 The insur ance is about two thirds Manager Hanlon of the Baltimore baseball team has signed Arlington Bond of the University of Vermont He is 2 years of age and has made a great record among college pitchers He will report next week The plant of the Chicago Bedding Co Kenosha Wis was destroyed by fire Sunday night It is believed to have been an incendiary blaze and Bernard Rosenow of Chicago is under arrest charged with arson Loss S0- j KENTUCKY STATE NEWS lit hkhardt has been appoint- Â¬ ed postmaster at Napoleon Gallatin county A Iosr ofhick has been established at Orooms Montgomery county with John If Myers as postmaster Tiik hristian church at Dover contributed 50 for missions on Childrens day Tkavkiino men from up the Big Sandy valley report that there will be a larger production of ginseng up mat way this summer than ever before A coiokkd woman cooking in the family of Ben Nance at Hopkinsville seized a skillet of grease that had caught fire on a stove the other evening and started for an open door to throw it out when she accidentally ran against Mrs Nance and her daugh- Â¬ ter with such violence as to upset the burning grease over all three of them Mr setting their clothing on fire Nance was called but did not succeed in extinguishing the flames until his wife was probably fatally burned Miss Nance and the cook were also if not fatally burned dangerously Their condition is critical The confederation of womans clubs of Kentucky held sessions at Rich Â¬ mond the other day Mrs Mary Oratz Twenty three clubs Morton presiding and M delegates were present Tiik court of appeals has extended till the third Monday in September the time for filing a petition for rehearing In consequence in the bank tax cases the state will be that much longer deprived of the additional revenue from this source JAMBS Knapp was killed by the acci- Â¬ dental discharge of a shotgun near Livesays Mills Orecnbriar county An artery in Knapps abdomen was severed causing him to oleed to death in half an hour He was hunting with a schoolboy companion Walter Quick John Tk kkt was arrested at Stone City on suspicion of having murdered Browns and his wife on a shant- boat near Ashland MBS Mary Saxpaii aged 100 died near Dwale Floyd county the other day being the oldest inhabitant in that section The work of putting up the poles to connect Mayfield and Fulton by telephone has commenced ommiki m teas are favorite forms of entertainment among the church people of Oreenup county Ax old scissors prnder in Murray is finely educated and well versed in the sciences and languages Hon J Pbjoctos Knott expects to see fifty students in the law department of Center college next year Of twenty two applicants for teach- Â¬ ers licenses in Scott county only two passed The post office at Kilgore Carter county will be discontinued after M L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE STORY OF PONTO How a Hnmaae Frontiersman Saved a Baby Wolfs Lite In the ea ly days of our country there were a great many wolves throughout the woods of Kentucky and the first white settlers were frequently annoyed by their barking and thieving and oftentimes by their sav ageness Onenight four men on horse buck were returning to their homes when all at once their horses stopped and a low growl was heard just ahead They had followed a narrow path through a dense forest for quite a dis tance and were not far from their homes ami the thought of encounter000 ing a pack of wolves was not at all the ass X curious coincidence of - the thought int In t ors returns in Jefferson county tmio - ful traveler usually carried a llint a is that there are MO dogs in the counsteel some knots of pass and a few ty and MS sheep were killed during bundles of hickory Iwirk so that if th the fiscal year or one sheep for every darkness sSssald overtake him and he dog needed a tore l he would have the nec Â¬ Joseph Lilly a truckman wno una essary inateri lis at hand with which to with his wife and two children in Ne v make one Each one knew that a wolf York city tumbled out of a car on was near and they thought that possi Merrills toboggan slide in front of the bly there might be a manlier of them Sea Beach palace at West Brighton Robert Dane BOOS had a brilliant Sunday evening while skylarking and torch and he went about twenwas killed from the direction ty feet in Knightsof St John from everywhere which the noise had come when he are arriving in Evansville Ind There saw a large gray wolf in the will probably be 5000 knights in lino death She bad evidently been wounded Gov Matthews Mondav afternoon ill deliver the address of welcome The convention goes into session for four days Monday morning While ascending in the elevator at Alms fc Doapkes warehouse Cincinnati Wm Bush the receiving clerk slipped and almost met with a fatal accident His cries for assistance were scarcely audible to those above him and it was some time before he was taken from Both legs had his perilous position been broken and severe injuries sus- Â¬ tained about the body Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s BS Heals I EEHf Running Sores Blures the Serpents C0MTA610US Di A At S oa me assaw dt rs s ocmtiimt S IT- - I an uifer- field U BwwawawSwaawwfSBwBwaw It f- - fl hwHnf DOWer rjjitYP 4 tbe poiwn find boitan up tne -- nnn anient wiww bwSjwJw bwSwJsbbw - sjl Iwaw- sua ils Atlanta bjbbjjbj SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Gf Miwin YOU CAN BE CURED WHILE U The habit of using man until grave V the retina and wj tm resulting in of I en to on in the region of the lowed later bv sharp pain- and weakened pulse re ulting It heart disease in tality to the system QLIT BEFORE IT To quit tajdei IS TOO to an t LATE as tobacco GOETHES PROPHECY The Oerman Poet Foresaw the Kulldlna of the Isthmian Canal smoker bt nulant 5 w RESIGNS The Rosebery Government Yields Up the Ghost Lord Salisbury Will Be Summoned to Form a Ministry Sir al rover In a recent issue of the Overland Monthly a remarkable prophecy con- Â¬ cerning the Nicaragua canal is recalled It was made by the poet Goethe and is chronicled in his Con versa t ions with F Ill linens and Soreb ipp S9S 333 The authors say that on February 21 lsjT while at dinner the illustrious German began to talk of Bwsaboldta scheme for piercing the ishinus and delivered himself as follows I should wonder if the United States were toletan opportunity eacspr at getting such a work into their own hands It maybe foreseen that this young state with its dcciled predile tion to the west will in thirty or forty years have occupied and peopled the large tract of land beyond the Rocky moun- Â¬ Â¬ Sw 4aO Â¬ BACCC craves ic and r be perfei remed less and which has been in cars haing cured thousai tern continually and snutY dip YoL C IN l SB AM THE Toil NT WHILE TAKI WMSSI WILL NOiihVYoi I TIIE TAME VVOIF hamberlHin is Said to Re the Real De Â¬ tf the toivrrnnient ami is Master of the it mil ton Lord Rtiselicrys Resignation Vt as Accepted f Â¬ Â¬ WAGON -- Â¬ llLliluuil it Â¬ Â¬ - ii IHiHtl LIGHTNING HOT DROPS C-d- 1 109 90 flC Again have to tell you that it is womans specific right to comfort un- Â¬ She is der t lie str ss of dire disaster called tiie weaker vessel but all profane as well BS sacred history attests that when the crisis comes she is better prepared than man to meet t lie emerHow often you have seen a gency woman who seemed to be a disciple of frivolity and indolence who under one stroke of calamity changed to a Oh what a great mistake heroine those business men make who never tell their business troubles to their wives There comes some great to their store or some of their com panions in business play them a sad trick ami they carry the burden all He is asked in the household alone What is the niat- agin and again ter Buthe believes it a sort of Christian duty to keep all that trouble within his own soul Oh sir your firs duty was to tell your wife all about it She perhaps might not have disentangled your finances or extended your credit but she would have helped you to bear misfortune You have no right to carry on one shoulder that which is intended far two There are business men who know what I mean There comes i crisis in your affairs You struggle bravely and long but after a while there comes a day when you say Here I shall have to stop and you call in your partners and you call in the most prominent men in your em We have to s iloy and you say You leave the store suddenly You can scarcely make up your mind to pass through the street and over on the bridge or on the ferry boat You feel everybody will be looking at you and blaming you and denouncing you You hasten home You tell your vife all about the affair What does she say Does she play the butterfly Does she talk about the silks and the rib- Â¬ No bons and the fashions She comes up to the emergency she quails not under the stroke She helps you to begin to plan right away She offers to go out of the comfortable house into a smaller one and wear the old cloak another winter She is the one who under- Â¬ stands your affairs without blaming you You look upon what you thought was a thin weak womans arm hole bag you up but while you look at that arm there comes into the feeble muscles of it the strength of the eter- Â¬ No chiding nal God No fretting 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ errand1 Loniion June 24 It is officially an nounced that the Rosebery govern Lord Salisbury will ment will resign be summoned by the queen to form a ministry and his cabinet will proceed with the routine business of the house obtain provisional supplies and then It is expected dissolve parliament that the elections w ill take place July Â¬ 10 t a - No telling you BLUE GRASS HERD Jg 5P i BRONAUGH Crab Orchard LRUNDRY v9 tkTFlRy I F copyfugktstSV fiHgy f III - -- L Ihey will ataftd by you OUT OF TOWN WORK I QHi s r irnrizni lJ 1 1 1 J u mt loaf of bread or a bundle of socks may make a homely load to carry but I have a great many note and ac the angels of Uod will come out to counts past due a tear and over On watch and th Lord Almighty 1st I shall proceed o collect by law Julv will give His messenger hosts a if necessary all such accounts This charge saying Ixok after that old brines must be settled up eitl woman Canopy her with your wings cash or notes well secured and bearing and shelter her from all harm and W inteieit Will while you are seated in the house of 3 ruKist destitution and suffering the little A FAIR WARNING tute house of her father from which you brought her ten twenty or thirty years ago You say Well this is the happiest day of my life 1 am glad I have got from under my burden My wife dont care 1 dont care At the moment you were utterly exhausted God sent a Deborah to meet the host of the Amalekites and scatter them like chaff over the plain There are sometimes women who sit reading sentimental novels and who wish that they had some grand field in which to display their Cnristian powOh what grand and glorious ers things they could do if they ony had an opportunity My sister you need not wait for any such time A crisis will come in your affairs There will lie a Thermopylae in your own house- Â¬ hold where God will tell you to stand There are hundreds of households where as much courage is demanded of woman as was exhibited by Grace Darling or Mary Antoinette or Joan of Arc Woman is further endowed to bring us into the kingdom of Heaven It is easier for a woman to be a Christian than for a man Why You say she is weaker No her heart is more rei sive to the pleadings of divine love The fact that she can more easily be come a Christian I p ov hv the state Â¬ ment that three four lis of the mem- Â¬ bers of the ei u ehea n all Christen Â¬ dom are women So t id app hits them to be the chief ugene es lor bringin this world back to iod Tie gr- a test sermons are not preached on tir Initialed platforms they arc Milled with an audience of two or three and in private home life A patient loving Christian demeanor in the presence of transgraar sion in the presence of hardness in tho presence of obduracy and crime is an argument from the force of which no man can escape Lastly one of the specific rights of woman is through the grace of Christ finally to reach Heaven Oil what a multitude of women in Heaven Mary Christs mother in Heaven Elizabeth Fry in Heaven Charlotte Elizabeth in Heaven the mother of Augustine in Heaven the countess of Huntingdon who sold her snijewels to build chapels in Heaveu whiie a great many others who have Â¬ Â¬ about the beautiful The second meeting of the cabinet Saturday began at 4 oclock and lasted until 545 The meeting was held to decide whether the government should resign or dissolve parliament It was decided to resign After dinner at Windsor c stle Saturday night Lord Bocebery had a long private audince with the queen and communicated to her the decision ar rived at by the government The length of the cabinets deliberations was line to the attitude of Mr Herbert Asquith the home secretary am Mr John Morlev chief secretary for Ireland who strongly opposed any step involving either resignation or dissolution They argued that in view of the stage of the debates on the Welsh disestablishment and Irish land bills the government ought to pass both in to laws This ministry with the exception of Lord Kosebery as prime minister and the earl of Kimberly as foreign minister was formed by Mr Gladstone in August Jsi when he became prime minister for the fourth time March 1 Hi4 Mr Oladstone made his last speech in the house of commons is prime minister The next day his resignation was made public the chief cause of his retirement being the discovery that he was suffer ing from cataract in both eyes March If he had an audience with the queen and gave up the office Lord Kosebery held the post of foreign secretary in this Mr Gladstones cabinet and succeeded him as prime minister Two or three changes were then made in the cabinet by the transposition of members to different offices It has been often stated and as often denied that Lord Kosebery was anxious to drop the cares of office and it was thought probable that he would retire during his illness without waiting for an adverse vote in the house of com C oils The Chronical liberal says that Mr Chamberlain is the real destroyer of the government and that he is virtual master of the situation The Daily Telegraph liberal says that the British people will not concern themselves with the technical and tactical aspects of the great appeal now to be made to the country but will pronounce the inevitable sentence on a weak and dangerous aiministra- tion for what it has done and left un done The Morning Post in its comments Monday on the resignation of the Rose berry cabinet says Thus falls the rump of the Oladstone administration Where is the revolutionary resolution against the house of lords The Daily News the organ of the liberals says that the queen accepted Lord Roseberya resignation as she did that of Oladstone without the expression of reluctance with which she favored Lord Salisbury when he retired from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ June The crop of blue grass seed 211 is now office Powder Mill Hlows I p SiiRXANiioAii Pa July 24 The powder mill operated by Roberts Reese V Bedea containing 1400 kegs of the explosive blew up Saturday night de- Â¬ molishing the buildings It shook t le valley for twenty five miles around ami caused a loss of 40000 It is sup Â¬ posed to have been touched off by a firebug It was located in the Cata wissa valley four miles from here So lives were lost as far as known The village of Ringtown two miles from the scene of the disaster suffered terribly The inhabitants were thrown from their beds and some fled from their houses in terror There was Sunday not an unbroken window glass in the town and many of the h are so badly wrecked that they will have to be abandoned until repairs are made Knitiirkr Farmer Attempts suicide Â¬ The being harvested in Bourbon seed is of good quality and the crop about as heavy as that of last year Tiie seed is now bringing 25 cents per bushel An ice war is on between the Henderson dealers and the price is down to twenty five cents a hundred with prospects of it going to twelve and one half cents s N DrAN of Jessamine county has beed appointed a clerk in the rail- Â¬ way mail service Mr Duran was among the Kentuekians who took the civil service examination last April The Bentonville fair w ill be held October 12 Knox county fair at Barboursville August 2T o Lkximton is to have a season of summer opera The peach crop never fails at Combs Mountain Madison county CAR Puezemhne a Negro boy at Franklin IT years of age has an appeHe ate 2ii at one sit- Â¬ tite for bananas ting the other day J R Oakes has been appointed post- Â¬ master at Beachville Metcalf county and Noah Larkin at Hoertz Jefferson county The dog poisoner is abroad in Cen- Â¬ tral City and petted spaniel as well as mangy cur is in jeopardy The stockholders of the Hazel Green Fair association have decided to hold no fair this year Cosssnj now-- has a population of about 1300 people an increase of nearly 1000 in less than four years ScoTTsviiiE is to have a new bank backed by private capital It will open July 1 with S10000 in the vaults Pensions issued a few days ago Original Wm H C Biggs Fontanna tarter county Increase Jas K Cook Flippin Monroe John Strickland M Spottsville Henderson Francis Hutchinson Broadhead Rockcastle Reissue Aaron Kinney Middleton Bourbon county Root W hapin Cloverport Breckinridge Barney Bray Buffalo Larue Robt H Baker Alton Anderson The funeral rites and G A R exer- Â¬ cises at the grave of Maj A G Ham- Â¬ ilton the veteran ex soldier of Libby prison fame who was recently assassinated at Morgantown were conclud- Â¬ ed the other day The ex soldier was buried at the Mount Carmcl cemetery near Rudyville son of Allen Stiltner The was badly if not frtally burned in a fire at the dwelling in Limeville The entire family got out but this boy When he was missed the father leaped into the mass of flames and rescued the boy The Todd County Times interviewed 6 citizens of Elkton on the currency question and of the number 41 ex- Â¬ pressed themselves in favor of sound money 19 for free silver and 7 were noncommittal Ax unknown man was arrested the other night at Quincy for the murder of John Irown and his wife in their shanty boat near Vanceburg Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by some hunter and had been lying near the road scvenil hours Her shoul der had been badly torn and there Wro other injuries on her body verer looked appeal and then with painful effort oat her paws and dragged herself forward to a heap of leaves young and ilmo t famished cub Tho exertion prodneed a frc Bo vof b and with her paws r her little one and an imploring her intruder the mother wolf breathed her last Robert Dine was not the man to r fi se the lust request of even a ilying wolf and he r ad her wishes as plainly as though she had told him in the simplest Engli ih He laid down his torch went bach to his saddle and from a roll of goods took out a small When he had carefully blanket wrapped the baby wolf he rem united ail in a short time they reached the open country when they rated for their respective bom ert fed the wolf warm milk and put it in a covered basket After fast the next morning be told his two Albert and Willie that he h Vfo I orphan which he wished them to - - I and when he opened the basket and told them it was bed They fed it were with milk two or three times a day until it larifBIIMi strong and could walk abont in Ha little boose They named JOHANN WOIECANo OOFTIIE it Ponto and trained it from the first as though it had been a dog to draw tains It may furthermore be for that along the whole coast of the Pa their little wagon and bring them ob- - a hoop or ball or cific o can where nature has already formed the most capacious and secure which they would throw away and to harbors important commercial towns run with them in their races They will gradually arise for the fnrtlieranee treated it kinil v but I thin the n the of intercourse between China and the always on their guard Mast Indies and the United States Mrs i In cunning of its kind such a case it would not only be desir- that its fonl should cooked and that able but almost necessary that a more it should have meat on lally rapid communication should be main but never until it had eat tained between the eastern and tin vegetables and bread Humane Jourwestern shores of North America lxth nal by merchant ships and lohnnr Waile n lioo Ouess tl an has hitherto been possible with The New Orleans Picayune says that tedious disagreeable and expensive the her in explaining to her pupils voyage around Cape Horn I therefore repeat continued Ooe the difference between civilised and un the that it is absolutely indispen Â¬ civilized races insisted ujKin three sable for the United States to effect a things as requisite for civil ia tion food passage from the Mexican gulftothe clothing and sic Iter The next da Pacific ocean and I am certain that brought the subject up again by way they will do it Would that I might of review W hat are the three things necessary live to see it but I shall not I should like to see another thing the junction to a civilized man she asked Several of the children remembered of the Danube and the Rhine But this undertaking is so gigantic that I have food and clothing but the third req doubts of its completion particularly uisite seemed to have escaped their recollection entirely Finally after the when I consider our German resources And thirdly and lastly I should wish question had been repeated t to see Ilngiaiid in possession of a canal three times one little fellow lifted his through the Isthmus of Suez Would I hand and said A wife could live tosce these three great works W hether the teacher sent him to the It should be worth the trouble to last head of tht class we are not informed some fifty years more for the purpose GIGANTIC OIL GEYSER THE MARKETS Flowed I ourteen and a Half Million Gal- Â¬ Â¬ i -- ir cure anv Ba cae v arantee to p with three with io per cent reliable pure and r Brsl chew i per three of price ka Chi manutactui ts la C i R N I 6 R R rime Table No fect May 24 In Ef- Â¬ 2 12 1895 iiAfi -- Â¬ v ersaille Richni - A H i P M Â¬ 1m- - Irvine -- Id Â¬ men-of-w- A M Â¬ any W ti Â¬ C V H Â¬ ADAMS KENTUCKY CENTBURY- - BLUE GRASS ROUTE shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North South Through dailv and South west train service between Cincinnati Middles borough Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Points on N R R L SrB MlBle IB lons in a- - Hay The Kirkbridge No 1 oil well of which we give an illustration is eased in Madison township Bsndnasrj county O The How of oil commenced November IS The spill lai 111 is de scribed as one of the most magnificent ever witnessed in that part of the country First appeared a column of water 8 or 10 feet in the air This was followed by a blak stream of mud and sand which gradually changed to yellow Then with a deafening roar the gas hurst forth in an immense volume hiding the derrick from view As this cleared away a solid golden column a foot in diameter shot from the derrick floor 100 feet in the air there breaking into fragments and fall- Â¬ ing in a shower of yellow rain for a quarter of a mile around For a period of five hours this great column of oil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 440 do fane do sprine patent M 4vx From INI INNATI June 21 Winter patent quotable at MJlJ S65 a4B sprug famiiv S3 32b low graces northwestern rye 3 ci v rye Wheat Very little was offered anil under s light demand prices were held nominally iSe9t for No red Cost wjaawat crataw asasw Tho inquiries were BawSeraM and wih eoirpara- lartre oflVrim aMer Sales No - white track at Oc No i mixed f230 aJi 5SSM Effect May Ks It Daily 1S95 No 3 40UTH BOUNLV ve Lve No Daily 811 1 track 18c Oat A large amount was for sale but as BoUsts were not im li ed toward the market was dull but steiJv Smixed track No 3 nisc ATTi r Market quiet and steady Patrte 5 choice tippers Mto butcher in - etra Vin medium butchers fSM i common a 25 le KM Mricet slow and to J1V i shippers 444Tj butchers R an aai Daily lic -- and rough SAL ai VF- S- Market easy Fair to good light S4Mits60 common md larsShecp ajd LAMus Sheep Mirkct slow and lower Extras S12V1T5 good to choice CM s300 common to fair II tan s Imbs Market slow and weak K tra IfvO food to choice C47645j0 common to fair S i - H commou i i Lve rr Paris Ait Lexington Lve Paris rr Winchester Lve Wincliesier rr Richmond Lve Richmond I vt thereat Vrr Livingston ve Livingston Lve London Arr Ciirbin Lve irbin Lve B Lve P Lv tve 819 a m 948 am a 1210 n 1125 a 1210 n 1043 niS m m 755 P 801 p 903 p m n a m n 1025 p ios5 p di 610 pi 1143 p 1143 pro 1207 a n 125 a 217 a ni 310 a 310 a it 11 p m 115 P 105 a n 352 am 1275 4 rr Itimii ber Wheat No I red spot July 7373 c August 74 52 Baltmors 73 and June 7344jX72Se No June uind Uap 505 a m 525 a m 300 a at 1 22 COBS Julv Oats do 3 v Kyi Mixed spot IWSSjawsji jUn Bfc XMc August asked No 2 western 47ic47isc No 34c cimer red tl 2 o2c bid Sfc mixed mem Ive Willtanisbg rr Arr Kiinv ille Lve Anr si Richmond rr Rowland ford 111 5 P No 2 3c 74c afloat t o ngrad- ed red rsi 77c No I norther Corn No j elevator S3c afloat Oats No 2 31c No 2 whte 344c No 2 Chicago l 3c No 3 white 3 e mixed western August 3 Wheat No 2 red store and elevator New York June It 74- NORTHBOUND Lve Rowland rr R cliini ml Lve K Lve Lve Lve v Lve Pnieville Lve Vrr Vrr rec me 33c Ki Sun Daily Daily 720 a m No 4 Daiiy 05 p m Uiu white star Wheat 4liuiii1ujl4u- - re aint m ii 74c 7lc No No 2 2 red cash September Toledo 73c 72 O June July December it re 1138 p m 7 46 a ai 1235 aw 9 50 a at 1001 p m 7 1110pm 7 oca at 40a 1 September 27vc Oats No Mc 2 mixed cash 48Sc Julv 4Bc No 3 yellow cash mixed July Sc stptember prime timothy June Z2 Lve Rarbrville Vrr Corbin 114c Iondo x r620 a bi CONDENSED Gathered From All by NEWS of the Country THE JltEAT OlSIIEK Prices unchanged Telegraph Hi s Medium Phiisdelphias W 703475 At Jacksonville Fla Will Griffin a best Workers und mixed It 90 1 4 70 commoa negro Sunday evening fell to fair Yorkers t4 40 4M sanar i into the river while trying to secure fair timatw common to fair 50c a j a floating best lambs 860w watermelon and was C 3 10 common to fair 1 Ma drowned US ESC las BUBBS StwJ 00 Corn potatoes and pastures in Ad- Â¬ BfFTALO June It ams county Ohio have been saved by joCattle Light mixed cows heifers and ate- fmt bulls say that the rain Tobacco growers 300 no extra cattle here crop this year will hardly average one aoice MCVoVlTS Ky June 24 Joseph fourth of that of last year Fkankfor ligat H 60 46 mixed pa 9480 Boggess a well to do farmer who good mediums 40a4ll5 choice heavy H8ii The secretary of state has designated in Anderson county near Lawrence Robert S Chilton jr a clerk in the BP and Iambs Fxport sheep f4 O0 burg attempted suicide here state department to proceed to Erze Bog uimon to fair SI SB 250 gess came to Frankfort Friday after- Â¬ roum Armenia and establish the new M 5M yearinjfs dniL noon and after getting drunrf went consulate of the United States at 5SMi4 00 extra 425 to see a certain woman with whom he Chicago June 2t The Bass furnace at Rock Run Cash Quotations Flour Wict r patents was in love He failed to find her Cherokee county Ala after being patents KStaj I He pulled his pistol and placing it to shut down several years has been comspring wheut 6S 7 He No 3 spring wheat his breast fired Chances of his recovpletely overhauled and has gone into been brought under rail control The Bomlno No 2 red m 7014c No ery are doubtful He belongs to one blast Nearly four hundred men are at owner has refused an offer of fvjoooo No 3 wh of the most respected and wealthiest work for the well being content with th in No abarlev iSc no 4 families of Anderson county come of 10000 per The work of repairing the rudder of ole the American line steamer St Louis Ills strange Suicide HaiKiki n loi r Jone It which sustained a crack in the stock Fkimah Maxok N Y June 24 ephinc made handkerchiefs pop- Â¬ cHwmon sT Charles Van Wagenen aged 41 a or post during her voyage to New ular in the pre tury She had York on Tuesday last was begun early verv ii and always choice iigr held a tuta Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Sunday morning hand fore her lips when she Sheep No quotable otanix Fire early Sunday morning com- - lautrhed to coiiueal the defuruiltv w Worlds Fair Highest Award mimm M- ra 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- tarts shot upward In a very few mo the field about the well was covered several inches deep with petroleum Within three or four hours the ditches for miles around were overflowing with oil Dams were constructed in order that the product might be estimated but these were overflowed and swept away as rapidly as built Some po Â¬ licing in the vicinity alarmed at the spectacle packed their household gi and lied The liuckeye pumpiiiL tion a mile distant waaeoaspeUed to extinguish its tires on account of the gas and all other fires within the dis- Â¬ trict were put out It was a literal flo xl of oil the esti mated production for the fir four hours being UV About 18000 barrels per CiovER October R70 1271 September K55 a Ive Per Lve rr 1220 108 200 215 p a a a a ni m 9 00 a m w in 30 a 1a 2811 11 1 Ht sburgh Ive Arr - exhigtii Lve 710 am 743 700 a m 7 53 am 821 a m 1024 a m 1030 a m 2 3 3 28 wp opi pi rr rr Iiiii imiHtl 911 am I 45 P MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Lve 700 a m 5 FX Sun Kx Daily laily sun a pm 808 a m 011 am V45 M o 8 pm 700 pm BOUND KxSun 620 a m 124 pm 7 45 Datlv P Lve Mavsville Carlisle Millerslmrg Vrr Paris 7i a m 45 8 35 7 pw pm a m m 1030 a in or f Ticket an keta UR imoud IC