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Zj J VOLUME J9 IX PHYSICIANS II I RICHMOND KBNTUCK8 ftfi MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY il Latest w1 I VB1 I 2 WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1895 I Wear Kft 6 NUMBEK 4 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN 1TWIC SYSTEM school ISt PR A STEWART Kin Cvineton V4- Loom Journal at FMucation PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - PRO A KENNEDY Kkntickv o PHYSICIAN AND BOMGEOM Mun Street up KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and - to Denonal iwjiijiiwl when rightly mm The ninpy who live bet Â¬ ter than sdken and enjoy life more with test expenditure by more promptly iir the worlds Inst product- - to of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of It oxct Hence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and BSSSS the taste the refreshing and truly iieia properties of a perfect lax Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fen r and permanently curing constipation It has given sat i f action to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the k niLiver and Rowels without weak- Â¬ si ening them and it is perfectly lice from every objectionable substance Syrup of Fi r is for sale by all drng n 50c and bottles but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup name is printed oi every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informed you will not t any substitute if offered The Connecticut House of RepresentaSen by Express or mail on receiptor price tives has probably been overawed by f I OOpr bottle Book -- To Mothers mailed IND SURGEON free someof the extraordinarily righteous peo-Â¬ BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA ple about Hartford It has displayed less Kr SOLD BY ALL DRDGQISTS regard for the interests of its constituency id and than the Senate The latter body passed r Main venue a bill permitting twelve days pool sell1 People ing per year at trotting meetings the 1 M W EVANS oools of course to be on trotting at the KlVTI KY where they were to be sold This Was an entremely moderate measure -EST ni HAND but would have done much for the breedTHE SEWED ing inter t of the State The fanatics WORLD PROCESS second at Hartford seen however to have the ascendancy The Hacked the Senate in the bitterest term- - one minister asr TAYLOR serting in bis pulntt thai the Senate was liought He has been cited to appear -Kkn before that body and make his charge good which of course he canj t do rs Jewelry 1T5 trcet j- Two weeks after the bill bad p For Bofs the Senate by a vote of twelve to eight it DR II R GIBSON wis brought up in the House and de aniYcfltlis For Men P feated the vote being twenty two in PHYSICIAN AND SURG1 Wear W- - I lnglw hoes ami mt from and pair AMhas SI OO to 834M favor and one bundled and twenty the leather Kh 1Villh price of ther Miik- - bill MINI READER JOHNSTONE eiuht against the bill wt M miijI I remain Ihe iamr tttvte s ethatnaine These wise legislators seem to be inca on sole W I IotialiJiliKo kTMas3 Soidoy Since the news of Mind Reader Join pable of diacriminating between moderate stones proposal to recover a nee lie Inn JACZ FREEMAN pool selling on the tracks and the unmitithe bottom of Kairmount Iake has HAS HOOKER 4- gated nuisance of city pool rooms The Richmond 2y spread he has received many offers of latter instiution is what originally ex- Â¬ SURG EON ETER IXA dates from theatrical and summer resoit cited the Hartford people who seem to managers Oneotlef was received iron Aflffl dominate the House against trotting the officials of the B A M railway a Specialty races And the in this at Omaha asking him to make a case as in many others has proven test for the benefit of the road This itself the most dangerous foe to trotting morning details were sent to General ATTORNEYS interests having the All Passenger Agent Francis at Omaha The estate personsI Shifflel claims against hir readers are well aware that we be are hereby notified of C There is but one opinion in the coun- Mayor ol Omaha is to write a com- to present the same to me properly verilieve in the power of the printed page AV R SHACKELFORD try on the subjects o plimentary letter to the Mayor of lei fied on or belore July 1st iso hit of the most sagacious and far foreign books and all that evil brood All person- - imilebtei to the said estate ATTORNEY AT LAW reaching dans of Supt Thompson has So far as we are informed all classes are ver This letter will be given to a are urged to pay the same Kfntitkv been the securing of space in The against them and favor their immediate trusted official of the road who will tear WE KEEP THE BEST H I Shikfiet Admini trator Southern Schooi for printing his offi- abolition They are productive of noth Â¬ it into four parts Each part will be 4 cial decisions and for constant commu ing but evil and it is impossible that placet in a sealed envelope and the ei r Rich- - And sell at reasonable prices Yu velope sewed around the seams an nication with the public can always obtain value received they can long survive the intense popuedges on 1 sewing machine Three if This is a strong spicy able IndeÂ¬ lar feeling against them It is extremely STEPHEN D PARRISH for your awney with us Your these parts w ill be hidden in any three pendent weekly paper that by its wise- probable that the next legislature of orders delivered any place within ATTORNEY AT LAW or ities along the road bet wee Dealers lelpful editorials is not only an awaken Kentucky will pass a stringent law towns Omaha and Denver The fourth portio Kkntci kv the corporation ng but a quickening power among the against them They have been able to of the letter will be hidden in Denver people teachers and school officers of the beat the law here and the Court of Ap Two days later Johnstone blindloldei State peals has decided that the present legis- w ill enter the cab of a special engine an Rut it cannot This again reacts of course on the hition is not prohibitory L run the engine to Denver stopping o Co doubted that their davs are n timbered whole press of the State which we are the way to recover the torn portions A large stock kept constantly on hand glad to see from our exchange list is be- - anrt everyone will rejoice wheat they are II It KECK the letter secreted by an official sent finally abolished amino one more than coming more and more attentive to the r WELLS Manager He will carry these t for that purpose ATTORNEY AT LAW discussion of matters affecting the best the friends of the trotting burse Denver where the last quarter of the F AIMERS In Illinois the situation is scarcely KlVHkY Main St Richmond Ky interest of the schools The editors of Call on us for Agricultural Im- letter is hidden After putting the parts No pool Kentucky and other States too begin to better than in Connecticut plement of all kinds together Mr Johnstone will still blind- Â¬ realize the fact that our common schools selling at trotting races is allowed under folded carry the letter unaided to the come BUILDERS LODSE DI3SCT0BT 52 are constantly creating for them an in- the present legislation An attempt was Mayors residence and read the contents We keep in stock everything in made to relieve the situation by what is the hardware line that 101 need telligent growing constituency V AsOMi Mr Johnstone haw to the executive IVAN known as the Humphrey bill That secured the co operation of local Pui Richmond I odge So 2 ineet second measure was if it really was designed to ATTORNEY AT LAW in each month S officials in the test Kansas linRton We have watched th e career of State We make specialties of be of anv benefit very unwisely framed I P Dratben Speed Smith Citv Star Superintendent Thompson very closely hallowed sixtv dav meetings with the tan for years past and while we have not TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING Richmond Roal Aich Chapter No 16 privilege of foreign books and pools It PARKER WAT HARDIN 1 agreed w ith him on all points it is justly in each month would probably have passed both houses 40 36 Speed Smith Secv Artner II due him to say that we have always of the Illinois legislature if the limit had P Wat Hardin was born on June 141 II i n Richmond CommanoVrv No 19 Regfound him reaily and glad to strengthen been thirtv days and toreign books and in Adaircounty near Columbia Ky His --JSWWrwWwwwaaSswSsw ular nieetny tht Erst Tuesdav in each the lines of all the forces which are at pools prohibited ATTORNEY AT LAW father was a noted lawyer of that count Visiting Sir Knights aie cordial month It was unquestionawar with ignorance and vice and sin- bly v DP o tend gotten up in behalf of the gambling Judge Parker C Hardin and had bee 1 so Kkn i ilk v E invited Speed Smith Recorder Aimer J cerely and intelligently striving to pro- Â¬ element It received we believe the a practitioner for years It was in his of Madison Lodge No 1N3 at Kirksviie mote all that was best for the individual sanction of the Senate Here is what tice at Columbia that the present nomimeet Saturdai evening before tie- full 31 30 ami lor the commonwealth he has not the Chicago Times Herald says of A J Ron W moon in every Month the nee for Governor studied law and he was 15 K Cotton Secretary M only welcomed but has diligently sought probability of its but little past age w hen he wis admitted V l SMITH pasf ing the Senate Kingston I nihjr No JIS at Kingston out the best and the most intelligent When the House adjourned this even to the bar Very soon after he moved t Saturday evening before the fall allies everywhere and is ever mindful ing it cut off all possibility of the enact Springfield ATTORNEY AT LAW Washington county and I moon in every month C Wilt Secto give honor to whom is due M Botn W M retary ment of any race track legislation at this there met Miss Marv Sallee of Wayne Sli Kbktvckt We have never witnessed a more strik meets fourth Waco lvSue No 3 session of the General Assembly It is countv w bom he shortly afterward mar W F Fielder in ever month a ing unanimity of purpose and a more ried In a few years young Hardin mov now too late to reiKirt the Humphrey 11 Tin in Secretary W at cordial co operation than exists to day ed to Monticello in Wayne county and bill back to the House and have it acted Hamilton Lodge No 578 at John M CHKNAUI k among the intelligent educators aud means so much more than Union Citv ateetf econd Saiura in upon before the session expires The Later to Barrodaborg in Mercer county philanthropists of Kentucky His son Martin I fohn I Hamilton W M ever month vou imaeine serious and ATTORNEYS 17 LAW bill has only been read one time in his present home lohn - Gtiifts Secretary In connection with his fellow members the House and two more readings are re- Hardin has been named the orator of the fatal diseases result from Daniel Boone Lodee No 4Sat Booam c ky Kmt Two daughters Missens Jaie and of the Board of Trustees of the Colored quired belore it can be put upon its Sooth - tiiird Satuna in ivi n triflingr ailments neglected Norman School he has been instrumen- Â¬ passage month Warn Bennett W If S Old Coder the constitution these Julia are at present at school at Oxford Dont play with Natures i O and his married daughter Mrs Carrij Secretan tal in bringing into the State a hand Â¬ readings must be on separate days and meets the tirt r greatest gut Berea Lodge No f17 health some donation from the Slater Fund to as only one day of the session remains Harris lives at Pig Stone lap Vs m Saturda in each month at 7 oclock p Gen Hardin has four brothers and aid in providing a better corps of colored there is no possible way in which the If youarefeeline STJEOSSY E T Fish SSiTTAL KI Robm on Secretary out of sorts iveak li ing Pen Iee and Charles teachers Masler and generally ex bill could be smuggled through There three sisters hausted nervous oor Another very important consideration can be no legitimate pool selling in Illi- Hardin practicing attorneys at Hanodf WELBY W BURG IN hae no appetite burg John Hardin who lives in Tennesis the fact that coufusion is prevented in nois during the next two years and cant work Midison Finite No 14 meets ever begin at once tak DENTIST see and Cabel Hardin connected with the local administration of the school ing the roost relia Monday at their hall on Main street Here is another debt w hich the KkMI CKV R tle strenethenne Mrs Hatcher S II Thorpe V C Kh hy N men owe to the gamblers the Franktort penitentiary Another protection and encourage law iKcause all questions relating thereto medicine which is J I I wife of the postmaster at Columbia Mrs Frazee Secretary crown s iron ou ment to all honorahle anil true teachers are answered promptly and decisively The fight in Illinois has been a bitter ters A few bot Clenaults grocery No a6 Second Boone Encampment No 40 meets even and no poorest trustee- in the tar away one The gamblers of the running turf Carrie McBraver of Anderson count tles cure benefit firt and third Thursday in Odd Fellow w the suppression ot the villainous theft mountains need err for want of light and comes from the L anil traffic in the State Hoard Question determined if they could not get every- Â¬ and Miss Sarah Hardin verv first tVt J Hall on Main street Richmond Personally there is hardly a more pop- Â¬ wont stain ycur M direction We learn from those conver- thing they wanted nobody should have Frazee Scribe A WILKES SMITH CP L Tavlor DR ajiainst which State Supt Thomson icrii an u iv 9 1 pleasant to Uke early lienan a war which he has con sant with affairs that controversies re- anything Their policy was that of the ular man in the state than Mr Hardir DENTAL SURGEON KMIIHTS F HONOR He is full of personal magnetism and to ferred to the State office are settled with dog This time they have tinue unremittingly Kkn i Amitv Lodge No 15 K of H meets It is now extremely difficult for ignor- out delay and without litigation and em- succeeded It is somewhat of a consola that quality is attributed his success Odd Fellows ver Friday evening in the politics He was three times elected Al barrassment and so losses to the school tion to know that their merry go Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia Rice Dictator ance and cupidity to ohtain the States II hall at 7 oclock Office In fact the business rounds and their foreign books and tornev General of the State first in 1881 K Smith building Main Street license to play teacher and grievously fund are obviated E W Rowland Reporter Neuralgia Troubles M to 4 ao ti nil 100 years ago for the Practice limited to dentistry long children Supt Thompson Iiks of the department has been so justly and pools must go They have inaugurated He was a candidate four f Constitution Rad Blood f FYTHIAS KMOHTSOF also added still another thing to the impartially administered as to win for a war that will end in their own exter Democratic nomination tor Governor Malaria iservous aiimenis 1 DI S White Lolge No 43 K F ineels ev teaching force of the State which will the present incumbent the confidence of mination The lietter cass of racing L HARRIS M I Womens complaints KENTUCKY FAIR DATES school officers teachers and people erv Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows Get only the genuine il has crossed red Kkntlcky hall at oclock C W Tudor C C give the schools strong and ajle recruits without regard to political or sectarian men are now strongly against them aiesuhRichmond lines on The following is a list of Fairs in Kenf solutes the wrapper 01 AM othersstamps weand wliich is developing the professional In Pennsylvania the law at present two 2C On receipt 4 C C Hooker K of R and S If now with such co operation altogether prohibits betting at race tracks tucky with dates of meeting this year bias send set oi lei tteautilul world s Twill spirit largely hv the granting of certifiice Fair Vi ws and booso fir as reporter cates iLood for eight years and Diplo Supt Thompson has become an instru- in anv form and to any extent Offif r BROVM CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO a specialty ment of benefits so vast if he has been Bte hurs a m 17 IP itreet days Springfield July I rood tor life by the Slate lioard In New York as every one now knows tfSi aifi m aa We 3 aa i ti 4 p in in permitted to do more for the State of betting is under close restrictions but on Richmond hilv i I days o Kxanuners Employ Lebanon July 2 S davs J A VATIS These are high grade certificates re Kentucky than any other man in this the whole the regulations are not deem C MOICAN BRIDGEFORDS j Young days Libarty July beyond those iepartment the people are wise enough ed unsatisfactory ouiriug attainments What little betting cV YATES IfOBGAH see to it that such pre eminent ser- there is can have no demoralizing tend Lawrenceburg July 354 days requisite to obtain first class county cer- - io Men RANGE DKMTE8T- 8days Danville Aug I and they a e good too in vices are not only recognized but that ency It is far better than total prohibi- Â¬ to dlstribote t tificates tour advertise- KfcNTUCKY Sharpsburu Aug 6 4 days klCHMOM every count in the State Those who he shall be nominated and again re- Â¬ tion which was what the more liberal t menu In part payment for a nigo grade Acm J SEE THEM t bicycle which we bend then on approral oI hold county certificates are thus incited elected to his present positon Then people of the State feared when the new Nicholasville Aug 6 3 days t work done nuiil the bicycle arrive ana prove t batisfactory Opfjc Main Street over MadUon National days Eminence Aug EXAMINE THEM We are glad to without break or interruption this work constitution was adopted to strive for promotion 3 Young Ladies employed on the - learn that last year more than 50 per will lie carried forward to such a splendid In some other States the legislation is Campbellsville Aug 154 days siime PURCHASE THEM T Versailles Aug 14 3 davs cent of the teachers held first class consummation that the future intellec- more or less discouraging to horse If boys orjrirls innir ttu y must be well recomaSgng tr aKgMItaaaarMtJ rite for particulars tual and moral history of this grand old interests Columbia Aug JO 4 days countv certificates and the Board have ACME CYCLE COriPANY Commonwealth will be written large STEAM Shelby ville Aug 20 4 days R1CHM0ND issued about SO of these State Certifi But as we have rejieatedly admonished ELKHART 1ND days Winchester Aug 21 cates and Mate Oiplomas already our readers things are now merely setTHE PENALTY OK FREE COINAGE difys Shepherdsville Aug 21 tling down to a solid and safe basis We 34 12 days London Aug 21 Then too a law has been passed pro- Â¬ are not surprised that the better elements days ARE YOU Mavsville Aug 22 viding for the wiliest competition in the Europe buys the products of Asia in community should have become HOME INDUSTRIES I PATRONIZE Lexington Aug 87 6 days matter of school I ooks iu Kentucky nine extensively than those of the disgusted with some A the parasites that liardstown Aug 275 days hich will result in firing the people the Doited States yet the Asiatic silver had attached themselves to horse races Barlwursvillo Aug 27 I days best books on tniins which legitimate money is worth exactly its bullion These things were M inimical to the in Work done promptly and Franklin Aug 28 -- 4 days competition always insures of of the trotting horse as they were value It is the pledge and policy l itirange Aug 282 days as well as any other Laundry We have been conversant with and a the United States to maintain the parity repulsive to society People who had Williamsburg Sept 3 4 davs careful student of blank forms for between its gold and silver coinage not paid much attention to the subject in Ihe Country There is one Maganne which will help you todays laris Sept know and apprecischool purposes -- for more than a quarter hence we have limited the latter coinage could hardly be expected to discriminate Journal is a wide r clf The days Bowling Creen Sept of a century and we have never examtt unian Nature in order to carry out this pledge and closely between what was necessarily a awake ti davs biuisville Trots Sept ined a series of forms by which persons policy and that is why the present part of the business itself and the mere Flizabethtown Sept 10 4 days ARE YOU USING THOUGHT AND TACT IN of the commonest attainments would be silver dollar of this country is worth 100 unhealthy excrescences that had grown PRICES NO HIGHER Henderson Sept 104 davs better enabled to keep a comprehensive cents France maintains her silver in out of it In their zeal to destroy the BRINGING UP YOUR CHILDREN Horse Cave Sept 174 days and accurate record of the public busi- exactly the same way bad they neglected to inquire whether Iaducah Sept 245 days ness than those sent out by Supt Thomp The English merchant can buv coffee there was not a possibility that they Hartford Sept 254 d The Child Culture Department helps mothers son even down to the grade book and in Mexican dollars but she declines to might go too far in Stand by Home People and But horsemen need y the characteristic of each and te Glasgow Sept 2b 4 da and daily program receive Mexican dollars at anything but have no fear of the ultimate results The Course of Study a guide to its proper d they will stand by you BV Owensboro Oct 1 5 davs the teachers use their bullion value No matter what masses of the people who ultimately Send ten cents for sample copy of the Ptreno Greenville Oct 9 I days Associations have lieen estab their products there is not a free coinage control in this country are neither bigot County Journat lished and are not only largely attended country on earth where silver money is nor fanatics Although at tiines Iumhir Kor Sale bU but the teachers are exchanged at anything except its bullion may rush too precipitately in one direc Â¬ FOWLER Si WELLS CO Publisher Call at the Climax office and gi WORK OUT OF TOWN obliged toavaii themselves of the growing value and when this country joins that tion they generally settle down at about formation about a choice lot of popUr 27 East ist St New York power and advantages of these instruc- large group it must pay the penalty of the right point Their sober second and oak lumber for sale at King Dealers in Hardware and Tinware Uao publish a long tut of helpful books tive meetings District libraries have its degradation thought is usually ab jut right No one tion Cheap for cash n JoMX M FOSTER V 3- Fs i n Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ iI TRY US Fresh Fish Fresh Meats - Vegetables M Hamilton S 1 i Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 1 The tommonweidth or Kentucky is to ta Ik- - most sincerely oongffntnmted on the irganie and permanent Work Vfaieh has eel done to establish exitand per faet her system oi eoniniin aclraol edn ation Kinee lsl These elTorts resnltinL in a renewed and widespread interest not only araoce the parents of the hildren and the t pavers hut Baaong the viKI school otlieers and teachers who look to the of the department of Public Instruction for nui huiee and for inspiration involve acts f trreat Kope work- Â¬ ing on a long future with such immeasurable results for good to all the people that they honor alike those WOO initiate and those who receive and co operate to make them permanent ami effective Certainly it has been demonstrated to the satisfaction of all leasonabe men that the otlieer directly in Charge of this irreat interest has wisely and efficiently availed himself not only of the experi Â¬ ence of the past but of every agency that promised help and that would pro mote harmony and efficiency in securing needed improvement Ivarely has a man lie en found so well fitted for the events and circumstances by which he was surrounded Con fronted with new and untried conditions with material changes in the Bcbool district in the State with 30Q0 school offi- Â¬ cer rendering it necessary to give full prompt and adequate explanations of the law all too with a limited and an entirely inadequate office force Mr Thompson has shown an ability that rose to meet the needs of the position with an integrity incorruptible his mind mastered in its detail as well as its extent the problems confronting him and as the problems grew so did his ouiik comprehensive mind seem to seek out and to work out the right solution showing that he had a prodigious acuity of performance With a clear stiong sense if h dntv h has proved to be a great cheeriul persistent worker able for the most part to dispose oi the vari- 011s and complications arising iiom the applications of the new school law without delay and to the satisfac of people interested A good worker is n rare thai when we find one willing to accept public position with the responsibility such oosttiona involves it seems to be the part of wisdom to hold on to such an one with the tenacity which shows we have sense enooifli to know the riches of his worth He seemed to comprehend clearly as any treat general would that his place was at headquarters directing the forces from there The constitutional conven Â¬ tion seemed to realize this fact fully and the results show Mr Thompsons wis dom in abiding this decision The hap haard go as plan of running arhoole sixty davs in one district eighty days in another and one hundred days in another the children bearing all the blighting influence ami consequences ot tins ntter lack oi system all this has been changed so that every school district in the State has now at least live months of regular systematic teaching with competent instructors to guide and inspire the pupils and provisions fr extending tile terms to six nine and ten months by local aid Formerly it has been the ease that the inexperienced most and indifferent teacher one holding the lowest grade certificate and being perhaps but of childish age was on even terms of competition with the the ablest and most ex Â¬ perienced in seeking employment in the largest and best paving districts if the trustees could be influenced by neotism or other form ol favoritism to set them at work This was not only immediately ruinous to thousands of schools but it was fast driving ability and ambition Now we are informed from the ranks that teathers are paid in accordance with grade ot certificate and incompetency is no longer the competitor of experience attainment and capacity The true teacher in Kentucky is no v recognized and protected and there is an incentive for those who begin to strive constantly to rise in the scale This of itself is a quiet force that will work a revolution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Highest of all in Leavening Power US Govt Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE SITUATION AH been in ingnrnted and are fast multiply Â¬ ing all over the Stat reinforced by the reading- As a result of all these efforts the average attendance in the public schools increases in a marked degree the teachers too are lietter paid the trustees are more alive to their duties and ressonsibilities and the number of common school pupils who reek to gradu Â¬ ate aanl obtain thai mark of distill the State Diploma issued jointly bj State ami county examiners has very materially increased a friend in Owen Co has written a letter in his behalf in which occur these words eloquent in theii truthfulness and pathos of statement and revealing the fidelity of the State Superintendent to the needs of the common people He says The poorest niau in Kentucky slowly and painfully writing out his doubts his want of light his complaints of wrong gets as prompt respect ful and careful attention from Captain Thompson as is awarded to the highest dignitarv in the land Watchful and able men do not hesitate to tell us that of all the men who have filled this office no one has lieen more devoted to dntv and more helpful far good than Thompson Certainly in DO previous three years nor in double that time has there ever lefore been such a wideaprend and growing interest or such genuine improvement of the schools for the people1 Many of the schools now hold ten mouths in the year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To BETTING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ disputes that city pool rooms and foreign books should be abolished and year round meetings prohibited Almost everybody is in favor of these reforms These are the things that have awakened the virtuous indignation of the people and fanaticism has attempted to tu n this sentiment to its own advantage The masses of the people cannot long be deceived They will soon see the difference bet ween legitimate racing and well regulated betting and the gambling hells into which some race tracks have been converted And they will also see that it is practicable to destroy the evil without at the same time destroying the innoceit and indeed salutary sports of the people In the meantime under whatever temporary and local difficulties trotting will still continue We are now at tl e opening of what promises to be the moat brilliant trotting season we ever had The tastes of our people run strongly to trotting as a means of amusement This taste is not to be overcome by any transient legislation In the end it will prove stronger than such legislation In a free country like ours w her the peop e rule laws made in defiance of popular sentiment must finally yield to that sentiment This is absolutely inevitable Iassion prejudice puritanism may for a short time in certainly localities prevail But they cannot long hold sway with a rseople so thorouglv accustomed eft their own indepedetice Owf people love the reign of law but they also love to see the bra kept within proer bounds and they will see that this is done Kentucky Stock Farm Â¬ Â¬ Mothers Friend GOLD SILVER OR GREENBACKS CUaMnl Rising Br83Sl I have been a midwife for many years and in each case where MOTH- Â¬ ERS FRIEND was used jt accompiohed won Â¬ ders and shortened labor and lessened pan Either will purchase more Dry at White eY Gibsons than at any other house in Rirhiswrt lst we intend to -- From now until Julv ft lattjrhter all kind- - of Drcn Goods No for that alone Mrs M M Brewster Montgomery Ala is the best remedy for RISING OF THE BREAST known and yvorth the price tioas Corsets Gloves and Hosiery at prices that will for themselves Look at the following one third df for-- nicr prices for cash 10- ria t wool ha lis sold t fr G now all woo I Dress at tot In White 000000 IWOouglasSlioes and Silk Waist Pattern- - we have an end will pay yott to price them rtment It 00Tib the reduction will astonish vou 5on dX 300 Hosiery Corsets and Gloves which for cpialitv and pri yon 250 200 cant touch elsewhere Gauze and Muslin Lnderwear li at 350 250 your own price it wt Give thi 30 day ca sale voir attention 225 i4asW - save vnii mooev We mean BUSINESS Respectfully Â¬ White GREAT Men- - Gibson fiaiii Undershirts Balbriggan -- 1 Â¬ inistrators Mi In- - Mens Undershirts long and Imrt Ic -- Mens Balbrigg in Drawers Ladies1 Vests Â¬ and lto up A Call BARGAINS Men- - Laundried Shirt- -- Â¬ large -I tuck to elect from -- Â¬ TAYLOR BROS and see them belore vou bay Fan- Fan- - We want to -- npply every man woaaaa and child in Richmond with -- HHRDWHR E AT fan- - pen and 1 1 tee iQs hut fan- - I5 8 and 1 lc 35 A finer line at 20 0l Ti and 93e lnt fail to ELDERS what we have in above line Parasols Parasols We have an Â¬ immense line of Uaabrellas and Parasols at Lap Robes 9c up up BAR6AIN Window Shades lOe complete Curtain Poles 15c up We ell more Envelopes and -- Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ In Poor Health Browns Ia jkt for 5c than yon bay else Â¬ where for STORE Matting 11 t per yard Table Oil Cloth 15c per yard indies widt 30 6 Gurney Patent Refrigerators Krasons Why the iurncy Outsells First The Gurrey having a removable galvanized ice compartment makes it the onlv cleanable refrigerator and being tree All Â¬ Ismprtitafi I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lron Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bitters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Cures from damage bv the ice pick overcome- - a The Gur common fault ol refrigerators 12 ncv ii so constructed that the ice doe- - not come in contact with the sde walls thus preventing all condensatioi or Sweating on the inside lining an important feature of cleanliness and durability When the drvness is tested Second preference is given to the Gurney Third Experimental te-- t- have proven aHlHi vthat a pound of ice will cold and hold at a lower and more even temperature more cubic inches of space in a Gurney than in anv other known lefrigerator Fourth Standard authorities show bv actual tests that mineral wool with which the Gurney - packed is the onlv perfect insulator or non conductor for filling walls Fifth A test will show that the Gurney has the freest circulation Sixth The Gurney bv reason of its free circulation will show in ont third the or or the time from two to four degrees lower temperrture than anv other market Yours in improvements SHACKELFORD it C ENTRY la pKsS Â¬ Â¬ X Â¬ 11 fK JyiaawVj Finally Settled The Silver Question To Â¬ fefer- - Â¬ Â¬ ECONOMIST j 74 rattan prosperity and contentment in Â¬ ikifl city and MadUon emintv call at our NEW STOKE and exchange your silver for the cheajet good- - in Richmond LAUNDRY Cottons Corsets Gloves Collars Cnifs Calicoes Ginghams Handkerchiefs Fans Ties Socks Making the Most of Yourself Percales Nainsooks Satines Hambnrgs Laces Pnrses Soaps Towels Suspenders Pants Overalls 43 44 Shirts Trunks Â¬ Â¬ Shoes aid Oxfords 58 Sold Richmond jtosienj Our Jtobfoj Â¬ i SOLICITED HUB ami i iifflitT a fin WC 41 40 RT Richmond Hays Ky No 9 First St I I Korm rlv DAI hHTKU s ollC There can be neither permanent pros- Â¬ rmlshurs Ky c ns long as perity nor financial saety ittaUot higrier edti The State Democratic An in titution for the hiijheet culture Uny conventions there is serious agitation of monetary ud of Aht PUBLISHED IVHI BnBna1 h For Governor ami loung ladies only Located kt one ol the loveliest spots in Ameiica committee on Resolutions that formulaquestions Perhaps the every step for noliditv Five degrees er a specialist ted the platform on which the Democracy P WAT HARDIN of Mercer We have had depression in business Co curriculum to be found in anv Southern female college Has drawn its nidi of Kentucky will stand shoulder to 4 trade and agriculture but times are now For Lieut Governor if States Th Smith A M Prest Alumnu- - Lniversitv o Virginia shoulder next Novemlier improving Business is reviving every- Â¬ FKKNCH TIITOX Kimtok R T TYLER of Fulton First District G G Coulter of May where wages of labor are being in1 I ALMKR M tNACBK For Treasurer field silver creased in many parts of our country Second lietrict W T Ellis of Daviess R C FORD of Clay the prices of agricultural products and of PRICK PKU YEAR 150 er For Auditor stock are advancing anil cotton corn O- - x Third District J S Rhea of Logan wheat cattle hogs and many other NORMAN of Boone L ABVESTXSING BATES silver Jay Km Earn things are selling higher Capital is KuauJiiKai wi a juhistwioicwi For Register of the Land Office Fourth District K D Walker of Ohio 5 Mild 1 liiTri Fime again seeking investment and there is s A ADVOCATI MCKKAKYs SPEECH sound nmiiev I B SWANGO of Wolfe G increasing activity in all chann X ING THE RESOLUTIONa tfinnsjpw Fifth District John M Atherton of r is beFor Attorney General tratle The sunshine of prosperity space s 2 JenVraon sound mouev again to cheer the hearts of our v W i BENORICK of Fleming Responding to calls ex- - iov McCreary ginning Sixth District K H Kllison of iiant leople and to give promise of the same who was given a flattering greeting ad For Secretary of State sound luonev ABSOLUTELY PURE commercial industrial and agricultural dressed the convention in support of the ot Seventh District Arthur Y eager I Inch HENRY S HALE of Graves i no 1 i 50 J progress which blessed our country only i 5 4 50 7 oo ii oo THE OLD RELIABLE Inches- majority report saying 2 50 7S 30 7001001750 Scott sound money For Supt of Public Instruction a few vears since 3 inches 150 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 13 15 Mr Chairman and Fellow citizens Eight District James H McCreary of 4 Inches 6 00 ii orl 19 00 8 75 3 00 4 00 Nothing should be done to retanl the ED PORTER THOMPSON of Owen 3 50 5 00 There are times when the wisest acts are j3 00 34 50 Madison sound money 6 OQ improved 4 OO 40OO wanted when the truest patriotism is onward movement Neither For Commissioner of Agriculture 00 9001300170040006000 Ninth District Johu Hager of Boyd conditions nor prosperity can lie promisOO 12 5OO080OO needed and when die most steadfast de- Â¬ It vou arnat anything in the Jfi WKIUV sound money 10 00 15 00 60 oohoo 00 ION B XA1L ol Louisville of trying the experiment votion to Democratic principles should ed as the result LINK dont fail to go to Tenth District J F Salver ot Morgan Time not TReadine a as stood the Test of ne for firM inof free and unlimited coinage of silver I believe we are now in the be shown nal insertion sound nioi MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER While 1 recognize the right of every Deni n resolution r mat- midst of such times The future of our Fleventh District K M Jackson of BRANDS COMBINED ocrat to exercise his individual judge party will be what Democrats deserve Laurel sound money upon the coinage qiiestiou arid WKlNLMiAY II what they work for If they are true to ment 30 29 William Lindsay of the time tried ant time honored princi- upon all other questions vet I believe Franklin sound money John D Clardv ples of our partv faithful to the interests that an attempt to require a new test of STATE UKMiKKATIt TICKET of Christian silver Tobacco Market I t u ioi racy or to reverse the policy de- Louisville As he - offering Barsrain i in Diani of the people and steadfast in their declared in the National Democratic ConAN By Oluver 4 JJurrett Louisville Tobacco ERRONEOUS IDEA r Watches Clocks and Jewelry sock as votion to business integrity equal rights W n HAKIHN of t vention will bring disaster to our Party Ware House local self government ami sound money nevet has been offered before All we Kentucky is honeycombed with ap Â¬ you is io coine 111 and examine ask the same blessings and benefits of Demo- and serious injury to our State If we will Sales on our market for the week just KI l on pointees of President Cleveland and Sec handsome stock and we will com cratic rule will be continued which we be content to move under present condi- cloned am Hint to 4170 hhcis with receipts retary Carlisle Not only every Postotlice f Clay k C FOU 3s79 have enjoyed 6o many years I believe tions we will have the dawn of a new day lor the same period anuary hhds Sales on you that we mean business Brief and Internal Revenue office but every 1st amount to our market since that the Democrats of Kentucky should anil we will have a new era of prosperity 102 206 bids Sales ot the crop ol 1S04 Will pej your old ioild and silver distillery was a center for the propagation ne if we will be satisfied with the principles stand in line with the National Dsbmc on our market to this dale amount to cash for it or take it in tratle r of administration ideas and storekeepers tariff reform local self 2o2iN litis We have hat a week cf racy I lieheve that the of Democracy Applause and imagers were eager in theii hunt for Democrats of Kentucky should be in government free elections and sound very large flerings of tobacco of tobacco It was freelv understood that no on our market no doubt the result of the HrNIkKKf Hen harmony with the Democratic Adminis- money I believe we will be gladdened crotvd attracted bv the cheap rates i fleied THE man who was not outspoken in opposiate by harmony antl union in our State ami tration and should staml true in their by the different railroads on account ol HrVKV tion to the return of lilackburn to the the convention The market has remain allegiance to the principles declared by Democratic victory at the next Novemn S nate and to the adoption of a free silver Applause ed firm ard active for decidedly tine grades EbfOKTEK THOMPSON focn plank our party at the Chicago convention in ber election tiy the state convention could nana of leaf both colory and red and there re OK 1802 Appleaa t retain a Bosnian in the Government has been weakening LINDSAYS STRONG ARGUMENT in prices 10 tendency towardand medium Â¬ The resolutions that have been relor the common service Cincinnati Tribune FAVORING THK RESOLUTIONS grades with high color but for all other ported to day by the Committee on las tr lroM correct is the Tribune that grades of burlev pi ices hae been lower T take the position I have indicated in the contrary at the largest distillery With regard to IIHN The receptiou jiiven to Senator Will- and rejections large Those resolutions endorse the Democratic he crop prospects and extent of the plantin Madison county liotli storekeeK-rt-liavBREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS of Hi platform adopted at Chicago in 1802 ami iam Lindsay was in drone contrast to ing we must reiterate our report of last breed tit hos ir A spemiil lot 01 pts tor salt from n State lieeu ad along an still are Utsok in price rapidly that accorded Rhea anil llackburn no week to t ie effect that Ihe planting has SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correepornlcac aoKcited Ad declare also that the National Democratic en in opisitiin M Cleveland and Cari Hi Kur the world famous En- - lisle denouncing their Administration is entitled to the thanks great was the enthusiasm the resound- been completed in the burlev territory administration ing applause and the absorbing attention tributary to loui ville wilh the excepRH Ky of ihe party for its honest is dead courageous and opposing their endorsement v the but in which characterised the delivery of the tion of tie Hart county section and statesmanlike management of public ihe Mascn county district and extreme State Democratic Convention At the HN Jons A follow ing ino Eastern Kentucky counties Ihe rains have affairs and we express our increased cnitir candidate far tin Legislature in next largest house in the county the Mr Chairman and ientleinen of the nit been general and the planning confidence in the statesmanship ami the and guager both strong adsturekeeiier Iford county HH We are here to dav as the these localities is Iai below the intended ability ami the patriotism of irover convention IT TICKLES YOU ministration men were relieved from duid it bv no vanguard of the great political campaign crop abarley isacreage means ikelv that the Cleveland and John ti Carlisle tlii- - year can be as THE INSTANT RELIEF rou BET mom entite Tin -- tate I jii tim will ty The Tribune must look elsewhere Fellow Democrats with the platform to come off in ism and our action to day large as that ot last year Lamm lie itmnM and oi a reason and will no doubt find it in will exercise or influence for good or The following quotations fairly repreFirst- - The Democracy of Kentucky in convention assembled congratulate the which has been reported here to day by ver plaliinn the intelligence of the eople rather than evil as to the Democratic party in that sent our narket lor buriey tobacco iNoj a majority of the Committee of Resoluin any hip of artv or whim 01 accident country upon the repeal of the McKinlev tarifilaw anil upon the evidences we crop Tl which we can scarcely realize BBTeatmcfc Lnrinaaa a have on everv hand of returning prosperity under the operations of reduced and tions we can go forth to victory in Ken- ciinpaign k We are not preparing a platform merely frish or damaged A TICKET 2 75 tune airid tle i ant trot in the THAT WILL WIN 50 to equalized tariff taxation and we denounce as fraught with danger and disaster the tucky We can take that platform and p 1 for the Democracy of Kentucky we are Common co ory trash j 00 to j 75 same ias with the horsea threat of our Republican adversaries to re establish a protective tariff and to rein go out in the State of Kentucky ami say Medium tc rood colory tra h 3 75 to 5 50 The State Dcinnratic convention that CURES M to the people eyeryw here that we have not preparing to win merely a Kentucky Common Lugs not coiory 2 CO to 4 00 coinened in Loofarilfa on Tnesdav and augurate a policy of unequal taxation which in connection with general misgovern OMMHaeod HEALS victory in next November we are outCommon c ory lap not refused to indorse Democratic prin- Â¬ 400 to 50 atured the narriago adjourned Friday alopted a most excel meiit by the Republican party culminated in the business panic of lst fetlm to Good I ol Lacs 5 50 to Influ BREAKS UP ciples we have not refused to indorse a lining a pi itform upon which the Dem Second TIm Democratic partv which has always stood for the separation of ud barned the tour of San Ueronii lent platform which is published on this 6 00 to 10 OO ocracy of the country is to staml in 8M Common to Med Leaf church aud State for the sake alike of civil and religious freedom does not hesitate Democratic Administration and yet ask i Leaf of to days Ciivmv and nomi Medina n Good Smells Everywhere Tastes Good Does Good every time 10 00 to 00 them to stand by the Democratic party and we are preparing a Democratic vic Good to line Leaf No Reief at 25c and SOc Per Bort t Sold Set Henry of Na a Ic 00 to IS 00 afced strong ticket which is presientel to condemn all ellorts to create a distinction among citizens because of differences tory in Mivemner next that will cany Select Wrapper To day there is bat one course for us is 00 to jS 00 itry Club stake along with the plattorm for your consid iu faith as repugnant to au enlightened age and abhorrent to the instincts of Ameii HERB MEDICINE SPRINUFIELD O Democrats to pursue ami that is to do glad tidings Irom the Atlantic to the Parday eration can freemen like all State Democratic conventions cific from the lakes to the gulf that the nek Third We reaffirm without qualification the principles and policies declared by ei e IT piatfarm is broad enough ami the an Ii lite of the Democratic party is as vital Platform of lSi and declare that our present National have done iu the past indorse the plat- - to day as it giKMl enouirb for I K moerair ol all the National Democratic Ihat lias ever been iu the past mention and ticket form on which we von the ureal national UBBMMfatK Administration is entitled to the thanks of the party foi its honest atiadcM of belief - 6th have Ixvn contest and indorse our Administratioiis We tight not for ourselves but for the TIm prooeediaaa were kaaeed peeaKar courageous and statesmanlike management ot public affairs and we expn u tory way the public will re great Democratic party is as vital to day but the recall seem- - to Ik- - sitisfaciory to undiminished confidence in the Democracy and patriotism of President Grow antl go before the people and make a nin that tired feeling as it has ever lieen m the past We Applause all parties Judge Beckner a sound Cleveland and his distinguished co adviser and Secretary John ti Carlisle of game brave fight COPYRIGHTS t- To day the Republicans are more ju- fight not for ourselves but fee tin Kentucky I Municipal Lelorm money man a friend of Hardin was CAjJ I OBTAIN A PATENT For a great Dcnocratic party of the Union and an l101- - opinion w CIHe Fourth When the Democratic party came into power in IM7 the bonded in- bilant ami more hopeful than they have lick isto purifv for teiiiorary chairman Hon Ml IO who have tulnearlr fifty tte to eitrs lieen iu the past because they believe and so wedded am I to Democratic aae experience the the citv government Mid Babod willde A Ilerry a s und money man but debtedness of Kentucky was over 4uiixHt The nominal value of the MBemef tions strntl eonfklentuL busmen Communica A of In c ss that in what shall fall from my lips rormation com eming Intenl lluniiboolt to ob- Â¬ n the Sinking Fund was about SJ0O0Jm70 made up in part of internal improvements there is discord and discontent in the anl how friend of Clay was elected ii tain them fent free Also a catalogue of mechanerinaiient to day as has been the case io the past Democratic party ical anil sie itttie books sent free chairman A sound n y platform that cost over and were carried at a valuation of 4900000 bU which yielded at Patents taken thronnh Munn Co receive no wonl will be selected by the Repub re three was Let us show them that although there that lime no net revenue and were worth in cash only about 1500000 thus show linn- 1111 r1rn11aml then adopted Ben Gem Hardin ins are brcmlif hind with order- - and are re iretlie puhhewtth may have been some discord ami discon Â¬ lican campaign orator to breed danenstoa Out CTst to th irv a bee silver man nta solefirlid paper was nominated for rig an actual deficit in the Sinking Fund as compared with our indebtedness of WHAT issuetl wee r ee IT MEAN and ilissaii iacfion in the Democratic furthe moie new business far the iovernor A largest 00000 Since IW7 the bonded indebtedness has been reduced to 0650000 tent in our rauks that the Democrats lent m- wrk in Uio majority of the remainder world S say to you that when the Dem- Â¬ fotiiasawm iree ver didnt do that either regarl the Republican party as a com ranks Builtllnif Frtition and the available asset of the Sinking Fund more than equal that sum uf the ticket are for sound money r Sinel aU0a eoweea J cvnta K iber eODiji ns beau- mon enemy and will stand together ocratic partv of Kentucky comes to r aft We have increased the annual appropriati tiftil plates In col for support of our chairilable instiihnttxrra h ot new Before the first ballot was concluded w th r am h usoil Ol gether and declares the platform upon MnManthwthe la Hon John D Harris in a neat sj cecb tutions from fl Mi mm in 1867 to 500000 in 1095 and whilst improving ourjudi ial shoulder to shoulder when necessary to s cart of ti SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS maintain Democratic principles Then- which this tight is to le made the Dem Â¬ aiil BliuaijWAT i i Illinois iegimciit to tie Atlanta Exp inii- uienameoi mi v lay in lnc symriu us iiicieasuig uie nuiiioer oi courts and lie reouemv ot t he r imu Uu is no room iu this republic tetween alt of the oil Ill ocratic hists of Kentucky will rally to or in the St ate lini Mr Clay made a strong speech have lieen compelled to increase our expenditures one ol the greatest items of which nlte ani which is another proper co that banner and there is no mistike of Kentucky for two Democratic parties pmeefally atteptfaa defeat and pleilging is the cost ofcriininal prosecutions and a n oti e thl j f in Miinecro i with which is the gray Ikfect criMnrfMiBi u nude at L In the language of Ken- about it The gentlemen who have lock or on i irover Cleveland that the increase is greatest in districts controlled by Republican officials We have Applause ln MipjHirt to the ticket Judge Li nlsi---say an ladoraenaenl United we aland divided spoken to yon have all said they would been able to decrease the current rate of taxation for general revenue tuckys motto In the Congressional District BMetfaaBl nevertheless m the river and Genl iaejr zmtiO of Grover Cleveland will eanae a staml bv the platform reported bv we the ini smith mapeooBt mesBben of the omiveatioa tpurposes from -twenty cents on the one hundred dollars of taxable property in 1867 will fall unitedvictory Democratic part committee and that their taber shall the POpnliatani deeert the party bet lea be QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE tlie march to ami supremacy fifteen cent- in lflOB The Democratic majority have voluntarily increased the Friday in lac nmmilluus Hon James 11 McCreary Daeaocrata in season anil out of season for Demoill staml by it pre annual exinditures for the support of common schools from LioKH in 1867 to divided we fall the victims of our own tanananw people his as elected a meiulier of the committe1 have no inclination to iletnin you folly and animosities lxt it not be cratic success I say to you fellow Mou in Ireathitt on licwlutions in the 7th District about 2000000 in 1885 and by wisely providing separate schools for the two races written that the Deaaocrataof Kentucky leiiiocrats they have no right to assume hut 1 want to say in regard to one ex Iloi Yager sound money of GeonjB are to day giving to the children of the colored race opportunities for education pression that has been heard that if vou who first raised the Democratic Mag and and it ia not a compliment to the Demo v town College dieated Hon J C S t bey now here else enjoy hi Di fn carried this State after the war have eratic party of Kentucky for them to will natch he anxious care hestowe l by In the face of unexampled difficulties the Democratic party has succeeded in rlackburn for BMSaber of Committee on frienlsoi cwilitates to secure the nomi- t s ught the Ken I wholly withdrawing convict labor from competition with free labor and in abolishing been untrue to Democratic principles or assume that the bumble Democrat lion- tec ilvcr BOt a decidedly tuckv BaBtiat pnhlishe1 at l ouisville nation upon this platform you will sec workfailed to gain a victory w hen we had a upon the farm ami in the black eye tr in more awdeiB pasaai the practice inherited from the Republican party of leasing the convicts to parties j lidate the name to the majority ami had it in our power to do shop are any less loyal any less that there v ili be no rouble in whoever he ink - link interested solely in making profit out of their labor and in adopting the modern The silver men are siti Keiitinki ILapnst sundard and have so There is but one flag aliout which patriotic than those who have already yon nominate taking the platform ami tied as well SB the sound monev lelloMS and improved methods by w Inch the state and its officers are made directly resjion told you they will accept the platform ilefentlini it throughout the length and and the sible for the management ol our Stale prisons and under which our penitentiary the Democrats of Kentucky can rally for is utiiisimlli altiinli 1 am not here to ask you to indorse a braata of Kentucky the purpose of winning a victory and Mi s Lasna Clay Mrs C D Chenault system has lieen and is being greatly unproved BOtiaM far the Now come back to the original propothat is the same old flag that Jefferson plank in the Republican platform 1 am During the twenty eight years the people have intrusted the Democratic party II 44000000 ami other ladies appeared before the here to say to you as an old fashioned sition and repent lhat we want not only committee on resolutions and askel that w ith the control of the State i ioveriinieut its administration has been characterized and Jackson fought under and under KIOOO w hich the people elected irover Cleve Democrat anil as an honest man that my one victory in November but we want net pUHlum to the iovtrnment more a womans aafajn platform be reported by the strictest economy and integrity and in this regard we invite lilimpaifaua land in iwrj He and his associates have voice will never be board in Kentucky to lay the foundation for countless victoI to the convenlioii but no action was ta- wit any Republican State ioverniuent lai which shows that old iu favor of givigg to the laborer ami to ries yet to time ami no party ever se ken Fifth We express our confidence in the wisdom and honesty with which the hat difficulties am complications canned far something after all by the Republican party being in power the farmer as reward for their labor a less cured permanent success bv tinkering present State administration has conducted the affairs of our State lovernment WK SELL AS LOW AS WE CAN t i LOW K M 1 lls AK for thirty years and the hard times But valuable dollar than is given to the mermi me cm reucv 01t ine countrv ami rh MUM Im it chant millionaire I follow in the foot- therefore I utlvise you aaaiaal it In con PgTHAN EVER BEF ORE we have triumphal over those things Jack Chinns great colt Lfasak won ANKLKiiANTIUILDINC COKHESPONDKNUE WE HAVE POO MANY we pave been true to our pledges we steps of Thomas Jefferson and I agree clusion I move that the majority report faenace fa wages continues Kvery the Lilsertv stakes worth iMfl to the W day or wool late wit least a raise in have reealed the McKinlev tariff bill with him in his great report of 17H sub- with the accompanying resolutions be WE ARE AFTER CASH winner at Oakley Thurxlay Simon W vm lev new the wagi sat some large mili or faclorv -- econd Flying and substituted the Wilson bill which mitted by Mr Hamilton that we shall adopted and upon that I move the pre- H Seller Ranking Co havThe Harris Dutchman thiid The or ing made a satisfactory settlement with Rev Wm Crow Jr preached here last lightened the burdens of the people over have gold and silver coined hot I agree vious qaeation lOVMt mens distant e was a mile aaal a quarter The with UsTeraon that when you come to two hundred million dollars per annum Sunday at the insurance companies for the loss of a m and at 7 p m HkTNTlKYY nAPPinru li er cent time LMis John Donelson a iL fewer we have repealed the purchasing clause fix the proportions you should not take a vjnuiunuL their buildings in the late fire are now Thomas Maguire and wife of near PROPRIETOR If WORKS lion WAs The readers ol thi paper will be pleased F1RFR IK FAYETTK removing the debris preparatory fo the Ford vi ite Wm Ledford and family of the Sherman act we have repealed fanciful ratio because somebody else 5 has taken it in tunes past but you shall to learn that there is at least one those odious Federal election laws which of a sulistantial ami ornamental last week 13 Mr P Doba said a dav or two am erection H eoaar J ver voter just take isease that icience has been able to cure authorized soldiers ami bayonets at the take the mercantile ratio so that the fts new building Henry Moore and Miss Kmnia Tutlle gSSSVSSSyWiS 5 Wat Hir din by the arm and walk right that bis fiftieth top of hemp is now grow WNVV Sss all its stages and that is catarrh silver miner would not get the benefit of I Kills We understand that the new building of Spears v isited up to the poll- - its men we want not inland since the late rain he Mievel reltives here last Friday Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive Fellow citizens our friends who have your action but that every one who com is to lie iL feet front two ami a half aseeaeras If you are not a free silver that it waa the beat prospect for a crop DillardMaguire and his two daughters presented the minority report have taken polled to accept the silver dollar would cure known to the medical fraternitv SEEK THE an on the platform lie ever iiad He has teen a noted hemp Btariea high with mansard roof The Miss Palate aud Mrs No a Angling There is nothing in get as good a dollar as a man who was Catarrh being a constitutional disease ie nee a new position stories are to be V and 11 feet respecay there ksasaasaaas we want COOL RESORTS OF raiser in this country for half a century Maguire of Coochland Rockcastle counquires a constitutional treatment fortunate enough to get a gold one their resolutions about a ratio of 10 to tfalla anil his hemp always commanded the tively The front is to be of pn not men b excellent far painting roofs barns and ty after 8ending a week w ith the form The gentlemen sav we have introduced Catarrh Cara is taken i ternally acting That is abandoned There is nothing in brick with cut stone and galvanized other outside buildings LaciBBfajaj top price iazette ae bv er s sister-in-laTurn your minds back six directly upon the blood and mu ous surMrs Susan Maguire re- these resolutions about independent ac- Â¬ a new issue MISTAKE SOME WHEKE iron trimmings The stairway to the THE RICHMOND WATER S LIGHT COMPANY weeks ago and consider who it was inturned home Friday faces of the system thereby destroying STKWARTS iinn HOaTTGAGBB tion in the tnitetl States I am in favor second flKr will be set back on the left anannnannBBav 6 The fanners are done harvesting their of the largest coinage of the silver and tended to abandon the plattorm of 1892 the foundalio ot the disease and giving ELEGANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING ThcOenslHro MeaBBBBBr says the silSenator Stewart the free coinajte of sitle four feet from front as will also the and eomaol the Democratic party to take strength to the patient by building up Ihe wheat in this community ver men in the state convention were silver disciple took Some fields the largest use of silver consistent all the CARS run daily between twenty six mortgages doors fa the Rank on the opjiosite side have grown better wheat this year than time with the preservation of the credit that plank out of the Populist platlorm constitution and assisting nature in doing traded off in the interest of Haidin heni e fa 1802 all of which Double dtxirs will give ample room for - paid must in gold Cincinnati mini money platform The Nich as a clause to that effect appears in every entrance and egress from the Rank ami lias been grown iu this section for years of the Government and the maintenance which declared for the free and unlimi its work The proprietors have so much Still we find a few fields not worth the of the parity of the two metals so that a coinage of fifty cents worth of silver iaith in its curative powers thnt thev offer afaaville Democrat says the silver men one of Bay View Mich The banking room them iov Altgeld of Illinois from the stairway dollar for any case that whether in gold simply allowed the sound money men to w ho is a chip off will lie 24 feet front in the clear The vault llltm lt VIA vvlk f U u account oir rust and smut dollarhave the same silver or paper into a Voice Kentucky did that three une nunureu lollars for list of testimonials it the same block as Stew tails to cure Send A will liave the platform to hold them in line art has sold quite a purchasing power The oat crop is pronounced to be good lot of property in will lie greatly enlarged ami will have Addre- years ago -- oilier ami the same debt paying power It is I ighly proliable Chicago during the last few years the very latest improvements to give se- A larger acreage than Ap usual this year and the F j C 11 EN E Y CO Prop Toledo Judge Lindsay Kentucky Democracy plause that neither one of the editors knows mortgHg s he retains for curity from fire and burglary The furo the deferred pay The tobacco crop will be short arouud eaSold by cruggisU 7 The conditions of this country have never did They declared for silver upon hat he is talking about niture will be of the newest designs of and C W M Railway ments must lie paitl in the same metal a parity with gold and never any other soli oak and plate glass with hardwood here this year Not half crop can possi- changed in the last twenty years To THE DIRECT ROUTE TO Sentinel SAMPLE KEASOXM Sloping Car Iu Xurthern MiihiRaa bly be grown Old SL Joe Grand Rapids Traverse day mere is not a country in Europe wav Now thev sav tlev will take the finish Leaves Circinnati daily at VEB8AILLES WILL BK LIGHTED BY Allan Brack the boss angler of our coining silver You are not coining it platform of Uat So say we City Elk Rapids Charlevoix So p m The Bank expects the new building to mi TU miu e ano lot in man from the coant- - was in ic I Ky But what has been the custom of the over Pennsilfama lines via Richmond RC LIGHTS Petoskey and Bay View Known as tne Kiddell bouse Irvine lovely be completed and ready for occupancy town caught a 20 pound catfish one day in the United States In the last twenty-fA town this week and when askedVl Democrats in the past the universal thence over 3 R I R R to Grand ive years the quantity ol silver pro last week This is the onlj line by which passengers situation and going at a bargain flii Versailles Sun the i ny Cuncil met on Wednesday by Dec he favored monometallism or bimetallism practice in Democratic convention when Rapids Traverse City IVtaaker Biv 12 en thousand acres mineral and to the Traverse Region are landed Mrs Milton Mize and daughter are vis- duced in the Cnited States has quadrunight and closed the contract with the new into a rage and said My life has timber lands on Station Camp and its at Traverse City iting relatives in Washington county pled I am in favor of an international we had a Democratic Administration T View Harbor Springs Mackinaw Cit PERSONAL POPULARITY tributaries Contains over three feet fine always leen shove reproach ari anv Ft Wayne Klectric Company of Ft and Mackinac agreement for the purpose of rehabilitat First to realKrm the Democratic platform WITHOUT CHANGE Of PJRg Above points reached in this week cannei coal 40 inches block coal and loan who would be guilty of these two Wayne Ind for an electric light plant to and sei oud to express our conlidence in time for oinne- - the day alter leaving Cin- Â¬ ing silver and the prospects for an interimmense quantities of hard wood and For full information as to time Rev R B Baird of the M K church s07 50 w Inch is to lie of sufficient cost charges should be indicted for purjurv The nomination of Wat Hardin for Tourist tickets now on sale In- Â¬ etc write any representative of trains popiar timber national agreement are better than they the integrity patriotism wisdom ami cinnati South will preach at Siloam next Sui Bis Kour This is a god leiiiiitiiii of what the Kwer to supply ii arc light of 12000 governor by a decided majority at the quire of Bronson northeast corner Route 3 Four hundred acres coa and timhave ever been But recently there has statesmanship of the Democratic Nation4th ber lands on the waters of Sturgeon candle power average citizen Democratic convention was a triumph of dav at II AM ut the E 0 McCormick lieen a change in England The Prime al Administration That is all you are and Vine streets D B Martin Creek Lee eountv Kv at a bargain the present the city only expects personal popularity rarely ever seen in money terms Nicholasville Journal It is announced that a Mr Hopper Minister in Kngland Pass Traffic Mar BenT Pat a Tkt Aft lxird Roseberv has asked to do to day Reverse yourcourse House and thirteen acre of land A new line of buggies carriages gurwill preach here next Sunday which will resigned have heard men say iu an to put up 27 liglrts The plant is to be the history of politics Although three at Milier s Creek Kv The R ami in the new ministry being in the past strike out the indorsement of ft B ries barouchei and wagons just received swer to the question why they favored complete anil in running order by Sep fourths of the convention were strongly lie the beginning of a series of meetings organized Salisbury Balfour depot will be located on this NI and ioschen the administration go to the people of They arc when the tember 1st The city is to have the right opjKised to his free silver views yet in to be held here next week dandies free silver that they road is extended a Come and see them tional are the friends of bimetallism You find Kentucky with implied repudiation of s nree hundred acres at K debt paid in silver want t ie greenbacks to test the workings for one month be me hush oi meir iriumpn on trie vary One of the most shocking aud dastardly that the IjUin Cnion centers Belgium the patriotism Deinocracv ami stuos- - Made of the best materia and KuVan tion on R X I V B H B teed Prices I jwer than ever before redeemed in siUer wan Ihe lovern fore acceptance If accepted the pur point in which his sentiments were an- murders that was ever MAPISON CIRCUIT COURT France Italy Switzerland and ireee manship of irover Cleveland and John clay and dav for encaustic tiling committed iu this abund Richviomi Carrhgk Works asent to pay all demands whatsoever in chase price is to le paid Nov 1st Sun tagonistic to theirs they took up his section was perpetrated by unknown Now I mle out no DemoCarlisle ant on ihis land are all in favor of international agreeA bargain offered parTribblea Executors none of which reasons have station and post office established - Mulkiit Iropiietor lause and chose him as their standard ties about ten miles from here one night ment When the last Congress of the crat I make no threats I am willing to VS FREE PIKES KILLKD ience on the corner of any more to do w ith free silver than they A Tribbes Devisees ft liearer with enthusiasm Strong evi- last week The body was found floating United States was in session it passed a keep all the Democrats in our partv High streets T ostorv frame Oak and pi i nm with the question of who struck me viiiii oi appeals inas called a dence of his jiersona popularity is found in the Kentucky River last Friday Awarded Cider a judgment ol tan Manfaaa CirMr Joe Haycraft of Owanaboro resolution authorizing the appointment The Highest Honors th basement and cellar Lot about Billy Patterson halt on the Fiscal Court of Favette too in the fact that Franklin county 4 P M Mow the Worlds Fair cuit Court n the above c Apnl y x 200 teec Young fruit and good mouth of Marble Creek of a commission to attend an internation bone of contention between the two par term 189 all persons havm eountv and the tax levy in aid of free broke its record of a century and in- by some parties that were clann or wui uuiar M to the indorseinoiit of the Adfishing proved al conference in Kurope and pert of ttiat debts o any character or A HEAVY HEAL turnpikes has been declared unconstitude oiption louse and lot on Broadwav Rich structed its delegates for him while his io oe inai oi a woman hy the name of com mission has been appointed France ministration Would you rather lose A Tribble dec aainttheetaeof mond Kv Good cistern finest Haiion tional A test snit was brought by R J home county of Mercer and his neigb Mary Baker w hich was are require to prove and verify has taken action tiermany has taken inai ltitiorsement ami harmonize the her real or assum on the street A J Alexander of W the Ban CuMomar pavatetM a rec nred bv law and IMahonv to declare the bond issue iHiring county of Boyle sent free silver ed name Her head was nresent tfc erushed knife tction and both are in favor of an inter- Â¬ Kentucky Democracy or lose the Ken- uouse and ot on has bought the balance of the Kingsbury illegal with the alxve r result The Fis delegates to the convention in deference marks was on her face and a pistol or national conference I believe the day tacky Democracy and gain that indorse- Â¬ ul - rV1 W ent Grounded of iood A Siond location property A xn nier Randolph nirt is of course favorable to free to his supposed wishes although lioth gun shot wound was found ulur or later than uly land otr is not far distant when there will be an ment on her body and Clark streets Chicago for 5-turnpikes and the test suit was of s counties are strougly in favor of sound It develoiied at the inquest S F ROCK Judge Lindsay Ton can not put me that she had international conference for the purpose ich 365000 was casL assuming a inendiv character to itrson or por the executors insure the validity money There is a general impression lieen seen with jsl Vxi on her person adnnmstrators cVaW on of rehabilitating silver But there is not into a pocket by requiring me to assume -- aaaoffiaOOiiinfortiie balane This of the boBjda Mr Kimbrell who was everywhere that he is the beat equipped Sunday night previous aTmJL1 Court for- - Commissioners Kotice to her death to day a country in the world which is that any Democrat in Kentucky will ever barred agant heaviest cash purchase in Chicago employed to contest the turnpike levy man ts Dred the iiartv could have selected to She hal lieen in this community not alone maintaining the free and unlimited bolt the ticket on account of that inecutors are forever relieved ol all ability real estate for several years Kingsbury made such a strong case that the Court meet and confound Bradley on d debt or the stump more than six weeks and no one knew coinage of gold and silver Whenever a dorsement Will vou bolt boocht the lai 18SS from parties who of Appeals knocked the levy OL out and Those of us in Mercer county who have her only by the name of Mary Baker country has undertaken to do that alone Mr Haycraft You have no right to niOv I CHENAULT Chas Pigt had pre empt or aliout Jofa free turnpikes will hare to await a vote known him long A TRIBBLE feel assured that he will Where she came from no one seemed to it has wine to a silver basis You do take advantage of your position in that itll t ier KsecBtor ot A Tribble price of the people or further legislation make a brilliant aggressive canvass aud know as had told as many deceased as a half dozen not want the United States to come to a manner Does the Democracy of Ken Wat iota a lesaaner sun will greatly complicate later a safe honest executive who e that she hailed from as many silver basis like Mexico has done tucky depend on the Democracy of Ken- will ving Jll st Ihe Kingsbury lot aaaajBB as a number of turnpikes have reflect credit upon the county of M at places Among the places she MONtY TO LOAN MOST PERFECT MADE Mr Tilden said ity is the Nearly ever one iie iW a good toric at bournees corner j already been purchased by the court a and his friends at larve Harrorisoiir had told she was from High Bridge prolific parent of mischief fa all w rale ol Win interest for and it u word business this season term ot HooJs Sirsaparilla is the A pure Grape Cram of Tartar Powder Free Deal jcrat j Democrat arm property Fjr infor from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant boemraet and others Her hair which The people want rest from agitation one with the ati true tone and blood purifier 40 YEARS THE STANDARD THE CLIMAX KKAMKItS UP THE RESOLUTIONS STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET Â¬ The Climax Printing 1 was a raven black had been cropped and was about 6 or 8 inches long when she met her death She had dark brown eyes fair complexion and weighed about ISO pounds She was buried near where she was found on the river bank The place selected for the atrocious deed is one of the most lonely and desolate places on the Kentucky river An unknown man was found some twenty years ago near this place and was buried near where this woman was laid away Â¬ BEAUMONT COLLEGE -- Â¬ During i Â¬ 5 1 Â¬ SWEET CAPORAL Oull Season OC1 CIGARETTE Â¬ State-at-I-ar-- ie Â¬ D P Armor The Main St Jeweler Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BLUE GRASS HERD Â¬ v T M mi m iu I Â¬ Â¬ I BR0JMAUGH Crab Orchard Â¬ P WAT HARDIN THE PLATFORM 111 iiiinii tsr m 1 N anRTO j p LIGHTNING HOT DROPS Â¬ rn Â¬ IIIIIIMIIMi 17 Â¬ ier I -- 109 23 90 D0E5 Â¬ m Â¬ - Â¬ I i Â¬ Â¬ tr s SSSS Jt VWww -- Â¬ I DO YOU WANT A lw 1 Â¬ Â¬ WAGON wnofQ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lo iuuu nuirU 1 lreli tvVWXXvxyML 111 1 COAL TAH rr Â¬ I Â¬ MICHIGAN and Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1m- Real Estate FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Big Four Route Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE I- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I ymts BAKING DR Â¬ f- I6 - Â¬ sar Â¬ -- nmm S POWELL cc Palace vs Shark Vacancies will not take place Mr Clavs home is a palace in a blue rapidly In fact they will tie exceedingly graaa paradise and his friemls feel to few and far between except erhaps in 5 WEONKsDAY JlLY 1895 congratulate him that he is not to case of gaugers and that ollice is now exchange it for the rat infested old rattle- practically worthless and after ail the trap that looks out upon the frowning eligible list is wiped out at the end of the he Climax lias changed owner- walls of the penitentiary and is called by vear and a new examination is ordered ship all persons indebted to it by ac Â¬ great stretch af courtesy the Executive The chances for a place are decidedly count are requested to settle at once Mansion l the applicant from this Ixiuisville Times time forThe old business most be adjusted and ward K of P fcxrvrsiaa t hat without delay Civil Service Kxaminalinn The K P lxidge at this place will run 1iiir piii- - let sm al an excursion to The Civil Service Commission at Springs I tain fell here un tune next month The lodges at Lan Â¬ Washington has ordered that an examicaster Ianville Harrodsburg and Lex nation can be held in this citv on su njiit ington will join them A good brass Saturiav August ISd commencing at m rain didnt bring many people to o lock a m for the grades of Clerk band will BeesaapaarV the excursr town htoa which iu connection with the uniform Storekeeer tiauger and Storekeeper M ley b ill with rank will make it a gala day Onlv citin8 of the Cnited Nicho typh States can lie examined The age limita lasville Journal animation are as follows - - killed af Iterea last 7esV New livate Ufa Laaisville For Clerk not under IS for all other by lightning It leaked out this forenoon that the grades not under 21 No application Louisville Southern raiUav ha- - aarfeefead will be accepted for this wife of Mike Enright examination arrangements by which it will enter the unless filed with the undersigned in city from the east end bv building Berth complete form ou the proper blank Anners and haw from Sterns Station and then running before the hour of closing business on and iroicrly tillel wit down Fulton street until it secures a July 22 M6 terminal with the Big Four The Civil Service Commission takes - a rioaaly Ja - will cut otlan unnecessary run of ill at his this opportunity of stating that the exEta Heaae but was impMv- - aHiut thirteen miles which are now made aminations are apea to all reputable from Sterns Station o the Inion Depot citizens who may desire to enter the n pocamp at the foot of Seventh street lxiuisville service without regnrd to Â¬ -- THE CLIMAX Etil 1 Â¬ 1 a their Â¬ ur for the summer and that means the 1 tg fr the and a Mr their and Smiths stable near Oddvilic this county this morning The lat seen of Keid by hit neighbors was last evening as he started leant Barboar of Iniisvill to milk his cows Keid was an eccentric Bailed bachelor who had a great aversion for Sew rk fpt KurHwamen He had accumulated a considnutriaa n hia bicycle erable fortune The Coroner is now in Him try of the vestigating the case Iouisville Times bra I leased was an uncle A C lay Intirmarv of Henry P arkno Keid comiMisiter in the Ciimw u Kliier that u i i in r the win- for by ti I iiurrrt ia Invrt House Square For the Clunv If the weather i favorable the Kich Koerin-Pigiemocratie mond silver Hand will give an open air On of the most Uautilul bridal aU fjr the Letnalatare in Fayette concert to night July at B oclock monies that baa ever been celebrated in itherwasa Madison man rajooi the social history of I aiircl county took aa if e mistake not liv- il Ttlrgraph Mar plane at the home of Mr J H Pearl ty a year or H when a 2 he li brother-in-laof the bride at bunion an Mr F H June pi when Mr Janus Boering led to In the Watermelon Patch neurit rorcaiK U the altar Miss Julia Pigg the beautiful luest to Ik daughter of Mr Martin V Pigg formerly rh lrom Ai in r of this county The ceremony was ier UC t K Pea Taj lor anM If ionned by the grooms uncle Her Boer The band has been employed to play iiiL - ne party on the of Covington who in a very at the WincheMer bicycle ran graceful and impressive way pror mnced morrow Ak tor the Kichmond Fair them husband and wife Mr Boering lair Hail SS 3S is the handsome son of Judge Vincent y during Boering of London and is one of the Keveair Chan menta most successful sub mail route contract r us and send all the A T Cbenault has Ik cii taaaafernd - and the like from Humes at Silver Creek to Tyrone ors in Kentucky making a nice income of from S12 VMI to 25000 a year He is in Awoereoa county Pearls f Mac young man of unusually temperate hah W K McDowell has btea transferred its and has won a bride of whom he may l ter daring a trip through troin Awderarja county to Humes well is- proud While the ceremony week discovered a McWilliaoM has been assigned to -- vera having lieeti laid off since the was being performed on every side could Humes lie heard of them oh what a handsome deÂ¬ pa and n of Warwick in May serving ami devoted couple The bride i Brooka atorekeeaer at Homes has leen made storikeeper gauger at is a niece of Messrs W W and M 11 t tie linn Left ind Mrs J H Bongs and was the Warw iik ii the K C that lized lielle of Laurel countv Jerry Noland storekeeper ganger at on train north at Tin- happy couple left Londoa oa the Warw ick has lieen made general you left 11 oclock train fur Louisville Cincinnati With headquarters in the incinnati lor al and Niagara Falls and oa their return to Collector ollice Londoa will be at home to their friemls A feara Rcwcaaw at W H Jacksons where they have Infar Imw rexteara Hon has 11 Roaeal total colki tions engaged board for the summer Hay the by months tor Baca year ending June nothing but sunshine follow them tot the through the life that they have so nobly 905164 re and happily entered together is the wish July 194 oi their many many friends S0M t to join t lie ulian AnguM pi- Hkks Bat ider October lTUiii 60 A Woman Murih ml ami llimwu Into hlejaat Wark 30jm 17 Koveatber tin- - River A look through the Madu 41115 17 ulier A Nicbolasvilie siecia to the Lexingproprietor January IMS LM ton leader of Sunday relates a horrible tine work in Fehruaiy ls717 11 deed perpetrated on Kentucky Kivei in ther iron March 27198 S the lower edge of this county 1ipr a April While out fishing last night May U7 38 Prock found the body of a girl inAllen the June Z912 li Kentucky river alxmt two miles below 1 1 1 1 Ti Be Kelt View and tea miles from here l tal 2o sisiio At the inijuest held today bv Coroner Tin month or jcke iv rraata in the Crw the body proved to tie that ot Mary S3 77 Baker a young and lieautiful girl aliout list Yore 749 BK rr will fix is rears of IM 14 id and it Spirits There is a siid storv and mystery sur 10 00 rounding the w hole affair The verdict tweeii this 279 HO of the Coroners Jury was death at the cr ecials hands of unknown parties Her body Iivvn II is I l frit was in a horrible condition Her throat Watts the Total 23912 15 was cut and her face distigured with a he had knife Her head was crushed by the oar Harris Hurley r a tight of a canoe which was lying near and It is siid that Still wilera run deep He fternooa for i there was a bullet wound through her imond where be will spend but they finally reach the ana and bo it is stomach hi the banks of the river near ople courting They sonnet not intend la with young where the body was fouud could lie seen rare launched oa the sea of matri- evidences of a frantic struggle Her Ijuisvii le e until fall Mim Leslie Hurley stepdaughter mony murderer had evidently attempted to Midkifl the carriage nianulact drown her and failing had resorted to Miller et and Boberl Harris urer of Third stn knife and pistol m the -- lay after- - the jMipular Ailanis Expn Married in lx xii The girl had for the past month been iV N K surpristheir nearest Miller an Miss working for a family in the vicinity by neighbors and friends Thursday evening F Oney olfiVia lev the name of Winkler claiming that her They bad a very aauet Wed Â¬ rmi ia one ot Jeaaa- - June 27 home was at High Bridge While she imineiit physicians ami ding at the home of the bride no one had a good education and was lieautiful itnds the resjieet of lieing piescnt but the immediate family she oelonged to the class of fallen women everyone The hri er of Mrs The Cum vx got a tip late iu the evening and her reputation at Vallev View and Horiae af Ambrose Ur Miller and was thereto aee Dr Barbour unite the surrounding country was anything TJ returneil Tuesday evening and the pair into the holy lionds of inatri but good Irirea to his home in the country niony in his usual solemn ami impressive Where she came from and her past hisway The bride leaked real pretty in a tory nolasville Journal is a matter doubt as verv little was handsome bridal costume with flowers knowu of her at the place where she Hailiiiag aid laaa fa in hand and the groom in the regulation lived When last seen which was last M llernard director of the ranite black suit After the ceremony Hag in Tuesday she was with Frank Dickinson Mate Provident Association of Manches vited guests sat dowiitoaneWaaurt supper a rather tough character and was d We extend Seat Efaaapafaire arajaajaad a Imard which was elijoved bv all to have about Silo on her person ianv in this lace last Satur- to the bapiy couple a long prosjierous Although this was missing when her day V ti White 1resident N K Tur and happy life body waa found if is not believed that G and S I Iar- he Climax IHi Vice President she was murdered for her money Her K tornelisoii Seereta- NelstB Baen death is lieheved to have been the resell This association is Treasurer of a quarrel with one ot her lovers and At the boiin ot the brides father Mr ed to Ik- - the largest and strongest J M Bocu of Kingston Mr C M Nel the money was Kissibly taken as a blind erica and promises to do a good son of Paducah was joineil in holy mat to the real cause The officers have a Shares taken here 111 rimony to Miss Levenia IVh ii on last clew to the perpetrator of the murder Tu slay June 25 by Kev W S Smith and an arrest is exjiected to be made Tbnrsa 4th My The bride is a tomorrow of the Christian church Midsiimnier Trots Cbautauipia Con- - very beautiful and fascinating young The womans condition showed that - Ball Jame at Islington lady and a great favorite and loved by she would soon have given birth to a At tlie ChauUuiiia Kev Jr T Iewit all who know her The groom is a model child which fact may have had some Talmageand ien John I Geaiaaj will young man very handsome intelligent thing to do with the horrible crime sjieak At nijbt the Miantonoma Tribe and although only 21 years of age Dr Walker and Other Pinat ers aa will entertain the audience of the wealthiest men of his county Dauiel Boone was not the first settler with Living Pictures a most comical eu i rendering his ceremony Km Smith on Kentucky soil The patient research tainment said that once their hearts met ia friendAt Fair iround track thft e b illiant ship but your correspondent was the of historians and antiquarians has brought to light the fact that iu April 1760 races will be trotted tirst one who introduced them and be can years before Boone entered the bba aiiimodation of its patrons safety say that he never saw a luor Kailway vill perateeaae oobotb akteaof lowe at tirst State Dr Thomas Walker at the head of saieake and Ohio run a special train leaving Lexaaatea HI sight They left on the atternHin train a little party entered the valley ot the Cumberland s p in for Winciiester Mtsu rling for Iouisv ilieand Cincinnati and after a The tirst house and plantation in the Kichmond aud ail local stations weeks visit will go to Paducah where great valley west of the Allegheny Moun Mr Nelson is the owner of 4S0 i tains was located about six miles south of Miiutes of lb Natmaal I raterual laioa very tine land May they Tive to a ripe j Barlsjurville a perfect tracing of courses National Fraternal 1nion met on love each other as they do as and being laid down bv Dr Walker in his Mas- 18 at the Moin lav night June 24 loving is the most anient vv ish now journal made on his tirst journey to this tteiul- - friends Ual in Irviue with H I region with Gwi K Kev nolds Sujireme A Dr Walker was a Virginian who led haace far the Bay s Al- i Vpotv and organizer ia Kv reference to Secretary W H Millers an exploring iiarly into what was then iiort talk bv lU ynolds Deputy the to davs the Wihl West He went far down into proneeded with the election of announcement elsewhere in hoid- - the central and western parts of the State are dc the remainder of the current Climax those who - Turner acting as secretary ng places iu the Internal Kevenne ser returning by way of laurel Kidge and Dr lent T v ice will lind all needed information con Cumberland dap The house he buiilt was of logs S by 12 feet and 7 feet high Qatar WTip- - cerning the examination President dcants should however liear in The location was iu a lieautiful valley inaaeaal Accountant Wn A Stans- and of Kxaininers nere- - twelve miles from Cumberland Falls Bataa Prelate Jas r iuct the examiivation aud that the Surveys have proved the authenticity of r Win Hubhartl Her- tenaaat bevond doubt vicCaj- rV nel Pearl Tip- - grading is done by t Dr Walker must be recognized as the The Hoard iiikwiiini ir in Washington K Neal and Alfret Mar- favor you or set you first white man rbo ever entered the wes n ad Thm tern lands of the United states hack in any wav Han glad if appli niati awl Hti Aufe- Ii We er believe a word of the as the examina Â¬ lxininon will preside aud pass it until we have tion would understand that n jil udersa ill be made until a vacany nctually A good meet rjg is luked f irward Smith were thrown from iiday Â¬ Â¬ 1 A 1 lb ail in a Stable Cvnthiana Kv June iall Keid ageil sixty years a well known fanner was found dead in his affiliations All such citizens whether Democrats or Kepiihdcans neither are invited to apply They shall he examined graded an certified with entire impartiality and wholly without regard to their political views or to anv consideration save their efficiency as shown by the grades thev olitain iu the examination lor application blanks full instructions and information relative to the duties and saiaiies of the different poW H Miiikr sitions apply to Secretary Board f Kxaminers Internal Revenue Service Kichmond Kv 1 litical aaherry These two great and good antiquarians and historians have always taught us that Daniel Boone was the first white man to tread upon the dewy cane brake and wade the limpid wat Kentucky and we shall stand by it until further notice Daniel was first wasnt he hoys Winchester Sun Dr Walker was not the first white man who entered the western lands of the Inited States as the Commercial Gazette puts it Nor was he the tirst white man to enter the western lands of Kentucky The remnant of DeSotos followers were alonglbe Mississippi shores of Kentucky alsiut the middle of the 16th centurv or two bundled years before Dr Walker ap pears on the scene La Sslle explored the ihio and Mississippi shores of Kentucky about 17S0 or seventy years before Walker can the Spanish and French preceded the Virginian by many years Dr Walker was the first man to leave any record of a visit to the eastern edge of the State But he Stopped within a half days walk of Cumberland Jap and built a little log cabin He did not ene trate central Kentucky His explorations were limited This was not twenty five years In fore Boone entered the State Beeaa oaaBetoceatral Kentucky in 1700 otilv li years after Walkers coining but he had often been hunting in the Walker locality The first Indian he ever killed was a few miles north of the Walker cabin years before he came to Madison county It was in uncommon thing for Virgiuians and North Carolinians to hunt in the region of Cumberland iap Jetia Finley and party had traded with the Indians on Ked River two years before Boone was guided to Red River bv Finley But Bxitie was tirst so far as known to build a house in central Kentucky It was 1770 He was the first to engage in battle with the Indians which was in 1775 and the first to build a fort He was the great head of the pioneer move ment in Kentnckv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if 1 - - Ihslmj uishtMl Former Citizen Head Gen Green Clay Smith died in Wash ington City on Saturday June 29th He had been in xxr health for several months but two or three weeks ago was attacked by a carbuncle at the base of the brain and a surgical operation waa Blood poisoning set in and iry he sank rapidly His older brother Dr C C Smith who was in Virginia with J Speed Smith their voiinger brother who is sick arrived at Washington in time to Ikrecognized by the dying man The interment took place at Arlington Monday for particulars if which see telegram on 4th page of to days Cl MAI Oreen Clay Smith was born in Kichmond Ky in 1827 and was reared on the farm near Speedwell which village was name in honor of his father Hon John Speed Smith the distinguished lawver Masonic Grandmaster and Con gressman Gen Smiths mother was Iliza Clay sister of Gen Cassius M and laughter of lien Green Clay Iu Gen Smiths veins flowed not only the blood of the Clays but of the LewiaeS heroes Â¬ 1 Â¬ r ol - I i - Point Pleasant and other frontier en gagements Gee Smith was educated at Centre College and Transylvania University He was a Lieutenant in Capt James Stones company Maishalls Keginient war with Mexico I8467 In ls he graduated from the literary department of Transylvania and from the law depart Â¬ ment 1852 having read law with Chief Justice Marshall of the Supieine Court of the United States He formed a partnership iu the practice of law with his father in Richmond but soon removed to Covington and became school com missioner 1853 1857 establishing a large number of schools In lsoohe waselected to the legislature receiving 3M0oel of 3400 votes In the same year was an elector on the Douglas ticket He was successively and rapidly made Major of the 3rd Ky Cavalry Colonel of the 4th Ky Cavalry Brigadier General and Brevet Major General and took part in At Balls BJufi about fifty engagements narrowly escaped having to swim a river At llarpeth 25th March ti en gaged the forces of Forest Stearns and ritfler for tive hours and led three des perate and successful charges dislodging the eneuiv with loss of several hundred and was complimented in secial orders by Gen Koserans He fought Morgan at Iebanon and was shot through right Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K lBhlv leg Gem Smith was elected to the 38th Congress from Covington District by 5000 majority although opposed by the IOuisville Journal the Union organ in the Kooth charging Gen Smith with being an abolit ionist He was placed on the com mittees on elections and military He owaed several slaves but voted favora- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sup-p-isc- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ twen-ty-av- e Â¬ He introduced ble to emancipation three resolutions says Sunset Cox in his book one of which had much signifi cance because of the large vote it received there lieing but one opposing vote from both parties it favored men and means for carrying on the war Was re elected to the ith Congress President Lincoln offered G en Smith the mission to Spain but he declined it and was subsequently appointed Gover nor of Montana by President Johnson which place he filled two years ien Smith was delegate to the Balti- Â¬ more convention s4 and was Andrew Johnsons strongest opponent for Vice President In lStiii Gen Smith became a Baptist minister and for a time was pastor of the church in Richmond He had charge of a mission in Ixmisville which is now a flourishing congregation and founded the church at Williamsburg out of which was grown a college For a numlier of years he had lieen pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist church of Washington City Before going to Washington Gen Smith was President of the Ky Association of Mexican War Veterans and in Washington was Department Comman Â¬ der of the Lnion Veterans L nion In 1878 Gear Smith was the Prohibi tiou candidate for President o n Smiths wife was a Miss Duke a grand niece of his old preceptor Chief Justice Marshall His oldest daughter Mrs Hawkins of Frankfort is dead but two other daughters and a son survive Â¬ Â¬ took charge of the work Mr Mason fe- tided he must have a place to live in nar the work so he honjdst and rebuilt he house he now occupies which is the t rst hoiis- in the settlement which on on approaching it Then Mr Han Virginian who is a partner of Mr Mmui iianied to a charming Kentmky girl shortly after taking charge of he work After living for sonic months in lolief they decided to build a house tuar Mr Masons and went there to live Mrs Hanger has the honor of lieing t he tirst of the coterie of attractive Southern women to live at tbe island Their house is a well built two story frane house with a wide veranda across the front It has all modem convenien sea and is prettily furnished throughout The other occupants of houses on the island are Mr and Mrs Huge Mr and Mrs John King Mr and Mrs William- Â¬ son Mr and Mrs Kosscr Mr and Mr- Koliert Mason Dr and Mrs lrowniiig W C Howard and H I Mason The metubereof the island settlement in alxmt twenty acres of ground and hsve spent nearly 30000 on improvements There have lieen six brides brought to the inland in less than three years Mrs Hanger Mrs Browning and Mrs Mx on are among the numlier The fair women of the island declare then- is a reaaoa for this for is there not a Matrimonial Spring on the island three drinks of which are slid to subjugate and bring 1st destruction to the Buttled plans of the confirmed bachelor The spring water is clear and cold and is the main water dependence of the cottagers lerhi ps for this reason it is no small wonder that the fell effect of the nngic water have been so severelv felt by many of the contractors The islanders are very proud of their spring and the visitor is straightway n ti again Dr Pearson of Chicago was present ductedto its alluring brink and persuaded and during a short address create a to imbibe the required three potions A funny story is told by one of the sensation by giving the college 60000 This is with the proviso that the college ladies A party of pretty girls came down to raise SlfiOnrjOO but President Fost has that assured That Berea college is Borneo and were invited to the islai d course we took them to the spring grow ing and w ill coutiuue to grow there Cpoii being told of its magic pmiierties can be no doubt thev could not lie induced to leave it tnorHi kmkn Forgotten entirely were the keen de of the program contained The front light of soda water and phosphates the following Long ah I deep they imbibed the spring Why should not vou or your boy or water and were almost in tears when girl have an education at Berea their capacity was exhausted and th v We can never know what is in us or were compelled to depart Bnmia has what the higher pleasures of life are it that a well known though confirmed without education bachelor comfortably got away with a The time when men could succeed quart of the sparkling spring fluid aid without training is rapidly passing away hopes for beneficial effects iive the boy a farm and he may lone There is a pretty chajiel on the isla id it bat give him an education and he can where services have lieen held every get his own farm Sunday since last September It em Berea oilers the best education and the braces all sects among its members most practical Every one is welcome and the sorvues Berea is endorsed bv IViptists Congre are conducted by various clergymen gationalists Disciples Methodists Pres- from surrounding towns who are invited byterians and people of all Christian to occupy the pulpit bodies The Laboring men from the work Iiereas instruction is free Its teachers welcome to the services of the Isla id more than twenty are paid by fiiends of Chapel1 aa it is called and its benefic al education who wish to make this gift to effect may be realized when it is ststul the people You pay the College nothing that the men on an average are well beexcept fl50 a month lor fuel and care of haved school buildings The church was built entirely by subBerea is the poor mans school You scriptions obtained by Mrs Hanger M a have to eat even if you stay at home but Williamson and Mrs II ge from pervou can live more cheaply at Berea than sonal friends anywhere else You can get lioard ot The island women have as a ru e the college for cost or board yourself brought their servants from the South Where theres a w ill theres a way and they are mostly negroes They all iK mi oi live well and comfortably When the w ivs of any of the contractors are away MoKMM BBaWOa I A M their husbands take their meals at H I Music hy die hand Prayer Masons whose table is always ready to Gallant Hearts Bellini accommodate them after the faahoB of Harmonitrue Southern hospitality Oration The Niht Briaci out the A progressive eucht- club is one of the 6 W Maidox Glasgow Save the Children chief features in island society It tncts Lottie Woodtrrd Winchester every Saturday evening at one of the tin South Young Man illation members bonaes and after the game re C W Gould KIMn III freshments and music are indulged i Typical Americans Essay Barbara Robinson Sharpsburg Mrs Hanger is an excellent inusiei n Music Orchestra and sings well Several of the other Courage vs Physical Force Oration women are also fond ot it They all hae J F Owens Flizabethtown gMi1 informal times among themselvs Essay What lloes Life Mean far You J Louise Maltbie Saybrook Ohio and often come to the city in parties o Kutheia Llesposune Oration attend the theater or to do their shopJ H Mingo Lexington ping for they all dress well and tinl The Victories of Peace Oration Chicago a good Mecca to come to Their T G Pascoe Berea Parry daily provisions are sent up from J diet Muic Sailors Chorus Glee Club A large party from Chicago the guest Oration Iff were a School Trustee of Mr an Mrs Charles Patterson en nr II fcggir lferea joyed the hospitality of the island SatEssay The Greatest Work in the World Mary G Kerea urday and had a myal apod time Mr Oration What of thcFulure Young American Iattcrsoii represents the Hercules Iovi L Routt Maysville Thos der company and is supplying the dyni Mask Briaging in the Sheaves mite to the contractors He is iron Harmonia Oration Where When and How a and came north for that Atlanta J W Hughes Warsaw purpose The Use of Christian Missions in the A new bride is expected on the island Aid of General Education in the South as Homer Smith one of Mr Pattersons E H Woodford Winchester Progress with Yaleditory words Oration assistants is about to becoaas a benedict R P Lyman Buffalo N Y The work of the Southern contract s Hallelujah Chorus Handel will lie finished alxmt the tirst of tl e Harmonia year and the settlement will be aban Presentation of Diplomas Conferring of Degrees doned by them but will probably le Music Battle Hymn of the Republic purchased by a syndicate of Chicagoars Congregation who will make the island with its green r ArTKRSOOX session lawns and pretty cottages their summer Music by the Rand home The various householders have Prayer already had otiere for their property Music Thanks be to God from the Elijah Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111 i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ -- The fortieth Year at Berea Berea Commencement of the 2tith came ofTas usual and as usual it rained something that never fails on commence ment day The K C ran a train of nine coaches from Paris but six would have been enough- The crowd was not near so large as in former years although the exercises were fully as interesting One of the speakers paid a glowing tribute to the venerable founder of the institution John G Fee who looked on a silent witness receiving a crowning eulogy whiie vet alive to his life work in conceiving aud building up this vast institution He certainly must leel repaid for his struggles and trials Very tew Kiehmoudites were in attendance this year but the back districts were well represented All the different types of citizenship were on the grounds Some of our future candidates for county offices were mingling with the honest voter who always votes just as he tells you he will provided there is a little persuading boodle in sight that is necessary for him to have iu order to Huence some other fellow It was an interesting sight to see the different forms of humanity represented Kspeeially noticeable were two rustic couples sitting on a log clasped in each others fond embrace oblivious to the gaze of the passing crowd One long specimen of humanity had his arm around the neck of his adored and she was gently patting him on the cheek Not hard aud rough on no it waa bliss to them even if the lookers on could not appreciate it You know it takes all kinds of people to make up a world The crowd was ordeily and well lie haved although quart bottles were hid around So another college year has and gone till next June com mencement when it will surely rain HEW ADVERTISEMENTS It is Known By lis Cures say but what Hoods Sarsapariila does that tells the story of its merit Tbe thousands ot people whom It has raised from disease aud despair to hsppi nesa and health are the strongest and best advertisements Hoods Sarsapariila No other preparation in existence aa- has such a record of wonderful cares This is why Hoods Sarsapariila has tha lariat sale and requires for its produc- Â¬ tion the largest laboratory in the world Now it you need a good medicine why not try that which has done others so It is not what we much good Remember i LAST MONTH We promised you a lot of surprises and we ave them to you Also promised that this month June we would give you still greater and when H J Streng says the word it is so We dont want the goods but it is the money we want and If prices will bring it we will get it Busy Reapers Our Customers have been Our store has proven a fertile Held for buyers who have taken us at our word Hoods Sarsapariila Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye fl six for 6 lave YoU Been a Reaper Have you shared in the -- 3 ji HOOd S ril act harmoniously with Hoods Sarsapariila 25c LAST NOTICE TO CREDITORS indebted to V F Powers 1st 1S05 are requested to settle same and save cost as the business must be settled up a once W F POWERS 4 Ail persons Harvest of Honest Goods Here another opportunity Bead the Bale i prior to April t cmrrfMy Tell your friends atxnit it Madison his native county His grandfather Leonard Dozier ran a mill near Foxtown a hundred years ago Mr Io zier like a great many other good Kstill countv citizens takes the Ci im vx Mrs lames K Cantrill entertained a numlier of friends very handsomely at luncheon on Wednesdav last in honor of Mrs Rhodes B Rankins of Louisville There were present in addition to the guest of honor Miss Anna Crissim Ifhs Bettie Bradlev Mrs Junius W Johnson Mrs C A West Mrs A J Smith Mrs R K Roberts Mrs John A Ball Mrs V Z Thomson Mrs L L Bristow Mrs M L Campliell Covington Mrs Dan gertield and daughter of Fayette county Mrs Zauhl ttfutt of Ixiuisville Georgetown Times Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Silks Every yard of Silk in the house either for Waist Dress or Trimniincjs must go see ot out this month To make them it have marked them down fully o Strengs Special Sale of Dress Goods Every dress pattern has had the knife plunged in deep into the priee that they go this month fully per cent Ien than the regular priee FINANCIAL OUTLOOK The I declaration of Independence seems more real and human liberty a larger idea after each threatening ordeal has dissappeard bv use of the better arguÂ¬ The Tariff Reformers Cranks Tresaury Looters Legislative Bribers Free Silver Fanatics and Labor Brigands of the past tiscal year will now join iu our annual National reminder that all of us are greater than anv Every star will twinkle as kindly and every stripe will waft a wave of peace as we meet and celebrate our mutual love and interdependence and re voice the peoples prayer God bleat every one ment k Â¬ Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Embroideric Every yard of Eatbroidery mu t go Prices have bt Ywant them all out f the cut rally 50 per cent way Â¬ STRAWS estimates State Banks Trust Companies etc own more gold than there is in Treasury of Inited States National Banks and Clearing Houses The Treasury gold reserve is now BOOTS ltHliKNibtNl thus allowing the Treasury the right again to issue gold Russia has certificates when demanded the gold standard and is reported as It is said having an ample sanely that the cost of producing gold is much Birmingham less than that ot silver Alabama pig iron can lie delivered in lasgovv at about cunent piitation for Scotch Iron anil at one third less price than when protection was commenced K odd years ago The Interstate Commerce Commission reports 4 J KM miles of railway in receivers hands Jinie0 1S4 There i were 779608 railway employees or less than reKrted in lsi Silver advan ced in Januarv and Februarv while the earths utodatts decfaaed ia April silver reclined and the earths products advanWe see no relative values indicated ced by the price list CtappA Co New York 1 io vernment otticiai Strengs Special Sale of Laces Every yard of Lm and all kinds hand made Torchon Valencies Silk We have cut the prices so deep yon will not recognise former pri Strengs Special Sale of Ladies Vests We have marked them down for oe 1V 15c ami 2o - that you can iret 1 iri Well worth twice the anoaey Â¬ Strengs Special Sale of Kid Gloves Silk Glove and Silk Mitts all per cent more money g I Wilts Travrdin Whether on pleasure bent or business take on every trip a bottle of Svrup of Fis as its acts most pleasantly and effec- Â¬ tually on the kidnevs liver and bowels preventing fevers headaches and other For sale in 50c and forms of sickness Manbottles by all leading druggists ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only Pups For Salt Fine pug pups Address box 386 Richmond Ky Â¬ values folly worth Strengs Special Sale of Towels Our bag TKX CKNTS Towel is still the talk of the town Onlv a few more left Mendelssohn Harmonia Commencement Addresses Rev J W Fitield of Chicago Music- - Solo Im the I hild of a King Short AddresseK M usir Peter Grey Glee Club Short Addresses Music Old Kentucky Home Quartette Short Addresses Music God Be With You Till We Meet Again Congregation A PERSONAL Dr C C Smith is still in Washington Hows This for Coavesitsrf Leave Cincinnati at 830 p m arrive Grand Rapids at 630 next morning Tra- Â¬ verse Citv at 1230 noon Petoskey at 130 p m Mackinaw City at 3 p m Mackinac at 355 p m without changing cars It can be done over Pennsylvania lines IR via Richmond thence over G R R Parlor car week days over same route leaves Cincinnati at 805 a m Bronson northeast corner 4th and Vine streets Cincinnati knows all about it Strengs Special Sale of Shirt Waists Iti Silk Madras cloth and Percales am sell for less money Hell -- let vou know it vou ask him City has day The Worlds V Friend was in this city Moi Miss Litsey of Harrodsburg is visiting Miss Birdie Zaring Miss Mattie MeConnick is a visitor it Mrs Hendersons showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav- Â¬ ening power as the Royal Fair Tests They are bean than you can buy the material Peo Pirtore Porlrayiog People Yoo Kiiiiw Sundays Chicago Tribune contains a sketch of The Island at Komeo occu pied by Mr Harry B Hanger and wife nee Arnold the Ma sons Hoges and others all well known herein connection Â¬ Everywhere We t 1 We find some one who has been cured by i Hoods Sarsapariila and people on all hands are praising this great medicine for what it has done for them and their friends Taken in time Hoods Sarsapariila prevents serious illness by keeping the blood pure and all the organs in a healthy condition Ii is the great blood Â¬ Â¬ purifier I Hoods Pills become the favorite cathar- Â¬ tic with eveiy one who tries them 25c a box A Lovely Complexion in tbe Desire of all Weajra Beautys Rival and Velvet Cream Balm wiil make vour complexion voung A delightful and beautiul kin tonic for sale by Hagan the Diuggist 4- 50 and 2 cents per bottle with the Kentucky Central and H N I B railroads The Tribune says That there is a distinctly social side to life among the contractors along the big Drainage Canal now rapidly Hearing completion has not entered the heads of many people hot life at the island as the southern settlement near Komeo is called is by no means uninteresting When the city excursionist leaves the train at Borneo he finds himself in the midst of the canal work which is uuder llogc the charge of the firm of Mason Kentucky contractors and he may lie struck by the nmnliers of negroes em ployed there in the digging andblastirig but if he has the good fortune to know personally any of the members of the firm or their aahetaata he will be further struck by a hospitable invitation Though not an over to the island island in the strict sense of the word it is an island in the fact that it place quite apart fntljj its surroundings A brisk drive of three quarters of a over a newly constructed rigid mil brings the visitor to a row of pretty sum mer homes where the contractors and their families live The signs of Hr Browning Surgeon Drainage Board Police Headquar conspicuously placed on the bents of two houses remind one of an arm tion in fact the wl iV cV Â¬ Blanton and family have re- Â¬ turned from Crab Orchard Mrs Sarah M Black is spending sev eral weeks in Hardin county Misses Curraleen and Willie Sin it have returned from Winchester Mrs lucv Welch and son of Danville are visitiiig relatives in this place Mrs Ir Kennedy gave a crokinole partv Friday night in honor of Misses Nuckols and Pearson Mr E C Nelson and wife of Silver Creek have returned from a visit of tw months to relatives at Frankfort Mr R B Sweeney and wife of Ander Â¬ son county who have been visiting Mr ami Mr IM Powell have gone home Misses Mary and Sallie Park left to day to spend vacation with their Unci Thomas Park at Cave Spriug Woodford county Mrs Thos Williams of Irvine foi ruerly Miss Kate Clark well known hen came down on Monday the guest ct Mr L R Â¬ Medietas That Makes a Man Hustle Franklin Co Tenn May 16 1892 I am forty five years old and have spent eight years in bad health I am a poor man andhave to hustle for a living By the use of Black Draught I am now able to hustle in my market garden and It is the greatest am as stout as a mule medicine on earth and does more than it L A Hudson is recommended to do Strengs Special Sale of Carpets and Mattings Our line of Carpets if still lanre and we want them t therefore make special prices for this speeaaj sale i3 Mat- Â¬ per cent less than you ever heard them sold lor tings in large quantities and to close them out this mmuh they will go at 10s per yard and up Lr Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ hauled and painted at the very lowest All work guaranteed to be as prices good as any in the State Strengs Special Sale of Clothing This is the month to supply yourself as special pr No slop shop goods put in this sale but will prevail our regular line at reduced prices Suits for men Come and look at our suits and we will and children Richmond Carriage Works 39- - S L MidkifT Proprietor The U S Govt Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others lollies a Th fi t is rather iiitcrst1iir Goto D P Armerthe Mam Street suit vou in prices style and goods Jeweler for one ot those handsome Gold Ladies and Gold Filled and Genu Watches that he is offering so cheap Also some of those Boys VVaches at 250 that are warranted Persons desiring to construct wire and slat fence wiil do well to consult the Mrs S F Rock Miss Minnie Ford returned Tuesday t editor of the Climax before buying elseÂ¬ He has a large quantity on In white and colored The best line we ever had and Klkin Claik county and was accom where 41- panied by her sister Mibk Jennie Ford bauds at a bargain t specially low special prices and Mis Alice Ouisenberry who will be absent until the opening of the Cald Â¬ Lightning Hot Dops well High School What a Funny Name Every day has its special features at all times in every depart- Â¬ An elegant entertainment was giwsn Vary True but It Kills All Pain Come an Daily changes of exceptional values lay night at the residence of Hull ment Sold Everywhere Every Day L Stevens by his daughters in honor of hour and you will get special value for your mom Without Relief There ia No Pari their guests Misses Amy and Catherine Do you wa of the are the talk oi the town ami county lienton of Missouri and Miss Kate Mor Â¬ early Yours for special low pr plumbs It so come gan of Richmond Winchester Democ My stock of carriages buggies crat is the handsomest and most stylish in the Mr Brad lor 1 Dozier of Alger Estill country Give me a call Richmond yesterday hav count Richmond Carriig Works S L Midkiff Proprietor ing been down ou Silver Creek to visit 39 relatives He has seen someseventy mid Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder links be may move back fcj Awirdwi Gold MJji MMwfcttar Mr So Fnacfcva Strengs Special Sale of Mens and Bovs Shirts Â¬ Â¬ 5 HJSTRENG THE KATES OF HELL Gate the First Impure Literature and Bad Pictures Thr other Gates The Diaaotote Dnr- In MMTwt Attire and Aleoliolic Beverages- lhr treat Kvtls of Society bersnon by Ke T lalmage L MM D In his seimon Sunday Dr Talmatre a momentous and awful I cho Th Hell the text belected familiar passage in Matthew rates of htiU shall not xvl prevail arainst it rance d until we could endure no more of the splendor wi nave often at the shining- pates the gates of the pates of Heaven Hut we Look in the opposite are for a and see swinging open and SBatt pales of hell uiemlier when the Franco Prussian war nat so1 one day in laris looking at the urates of the ami 1 was so absorbed in the urine at the top of the fraus nasonry and the brine that I and after awhile look it t her w re officers v scrutinizing rce supi ubt 1 was a liermau and looking at l for adverse purposes Hut mv nail not stand looking at the out ide of the pates of In this sermon I shall tell you of d 1 shall tt 11 you what of Wjth the I pound on and with the lanUth I shall flash a light tern upon the Impure literature Ant tick seized twenty tons te 1 -- -- and when our of the ute poured the de- they in the righteous auninilation and yet a great ieal at the bad litera- of the day is not gripped of the strewn in voir parlor- of your it at nicttt afte- - - burner sh a- Irof Cochran lUifssay v Much information - Ab inferos ic nomen- - and contamination iture under the pit get ill the hey may need and shonld irsed - sod that printte calied es to this in- mothers le not come hot m tliey may the name- - of the pub New Vor is all the day by the million As so 1 - re may soreli may be a xception em-tte of ity or are rn literary i the I in liter- Every k or Â¬ the inter cross made rial states 11 into ru ever u h the cr of e weeping time and er bureau after tiook- - eminaries gues eoa residene circulars of every me aritboat any Ihere is not a female or an who hi- - n tfered a bad pic her a ba find out ture Scour your aav of these adders your parlor center table or Let set en the re the mih re roar family li i iaesmible scrutiny aVarmlHT t ok or bad in ity our suspicions tit to put you -- rthing that d- useorre-pon- I want nroii lest -- impure litera- highest t i dissolute S ou shall rt to the Whatever parlor dance or dy to sound- - of music in tne family or the so- I am not now discus ing ion I want you to unite with nie tins hour in reeoiriiiz ng the fact nance You know of what 1 speak It is seen in tne low haunts of death It is the but in elegant mansions to eternal ruin for a great multitude of both sexes You know my friends postures and what rigures arc suggested ol atti levil They who gide into the ance glide over an inclined plane and the dance is swifter and wilder and wilder until with of lightning- they whirl off decent life into a fiery the t future This gate of hell swinps across axminster of many a fine parlor and across the ballroom of the sum- - place You have no ier my sister you have to take an attitude to the soand of mu e which would be unbe- absence of music No f grand of city uarlor or fd- mtain picnic can consecrate hath cursed lrd Indisc eet apparel The at ire of women for the last few - has been beautiful and graceful nything 1 have known but who will always carry that iit trt extraordi- aarge Christian m by style cf dress nor meat of apparel to become alive of evil Perhaps one eke will dare to tell yon so I will tell you that there are mult met who owe damnation to what has oeen at different times the boldc sroeaaniy jo tne the fashion - of any age between this and the VI of France and Hen f England and I will tell morals or immorals of or that year No exce apparel moans a righte- Â¬ ous people Immodest apparel ahvars saeaa a contaminated and depraved aociety You wonder t with such a terri Have you ever seen asfajon plate of the city of Tyre i show it to you ord saith because u are haughty and wita stretched forth r i -- wanton eyes walking and mincingthey go and making a tinkling with their feet in the day the Lord will take away the bravery of their tinkling ornaments about their feet and their cauls and their round tires like the moon the rings and nose jewels the changeable suits of apparel and the mantles and the wimples and the crisping pins That is the fashion plate of ancient Tyre And do you wonder that the Lord God in his indipnation blotted out the city so that fishermen to day sprcad their nets where the city once stood j te the Fourth Alcoholic beverage Oh the wine cup is the patron of The officers of the law tell impurity ns that nearly all the men who go into the shambles of death go in intoxi- Â¬ cated the mental and the spirit ual abolished that the brute mar triumph Tell me that a young man drinks and I know the whole story If he be- Â¬ comes a captive of the wine cup he will become a captive of all other vices inly give him time No one ever runs drunkenness alone That is rion crow that goes in a flock and when you see that beak ahead you may know the other beaks are coming In other words the wine cup unbalances and dethrones ones better judgment and leaves one the prey of all may appetites the evil that choose to alight upon his soul There is not a place of any kind of sin in the United States to day that does not find its chief abettor in There is either the chalice of inebrity a irinking bar before or one behind or one above or one underneath These people escape legal penalty lie cause they are all licensed to sell liquor The courts that license the sale of strong drink license gambling houses license libertinism license dis ease license death license all sufferings all crimes all despoliations all ters all murders all woe It is the courts and the legislature that are tag wide open this grinding creaky stupendous gate of the lost You have described lint you sav tho-e- gates of hell and shown us how they swing in to allow the entrance to the doomed Will you not pease be-Â¬ fore you pet through the sermon tell ites of hell may swing out to allow the escape of the peniI rep- Hut very few escape tent Of the thousand that go in J99 per- Â¬ ish Suppose one of tliese wanderers at your door Would admit her Suppose you knew where slu-- came from Would you ask her to sit down at your dining table Would you ask her to become the - of Would your children you introduce her among your ac Â¬ Would you take the quaintanceships iisihiiity of pulling on the outside of the gate of iieil while the pusher on the inside of the gate is trying to get You would not Not one of a out thousand of you would dare to do so You wnuld write beautiful poetry over her sorrows and weep over her mis nes but give her practical help you never will Hut you say Are there no ways b- - which Oh he wanderer may escape Three or four The one way is the sowing girls garret dingy cold r blasted Bat you say Is there no other way for her to escape Oh rea Another way is the street that lea is to the river at midnight the if the city dock the moon shining down on the water making it look so mooth she wonder- - if it is deep i No boatman near It is h to hear the plunge No watchman near enough to pick her out be Â¬ fore she sink- - the third time Nooth r by the curve of the rail ilit where the engineer lightning express train can not hundred yards ahead to the for n that lies acro s the track He may whistle down brakes but not nough to disappoint the one who - ncr death Im you -- ay Isnt and wont he forgive Yes Imt man will not woman aril not ty will not The church rf God ay it will but it will not Our work then must be prevention rather than cure Tho e gates of hell are to be pros just as certainly a- - God and tne Bible are true but it will not lit1 done until Christian men and quitting their prudery and sijueamishncss in this matter ral lv the whole senti Ihri tan ment of the church and assail these great evils of socety The Bible ut in denunciation this direction again and again and ne piety of the day is such a namby pamby sort of a thing that you ot even quote Scripture without making somebody restless As long as this iiolv imbecility reigns in the church of Cod sin will laugh you to scrn I do not know but that before the church wakes up matters will get Bad worse and that there will have to be one lamb sacrificed from each of the most carefully guarded folds and the wave of uncleanne s da h to the spire of the village church and the top of the cathedral tower Prophets and patriarchs and apostles and evangelists and Christ himself have thundered against these sin- - as ai ainst no other and yet there are who think we ought to take when am speak of these subjects a I put my foot on all apologetic the conentional rhetoric on this sub Â¬ ject and I tell you plainly that unless you give up that sin your doom is sealed and world without end you will lie cha ed by the anathemas of an incensed God I rally you to a be uient of the gates of hell We want in this besieging host no soft sentimentalists but men who are will- Â¬ ing to take and give hard knocks The gates of Gaza were carried off the gates of Thebes were battered down the gates of Babylon were de-Â¬ stroyed and the gates of hell are goÂ¬ ing to be prostrated Hut there may be one wanderer that would like to have a kind word calling I have told yon that sohomeward ciety has no mercy Did I hint at an earlier point in this subject that God will have mercy upon any wanderer who would like to come back to the heart of infinite love A cold Christmas night in a farm bouse Father comes in from the barn knocks the snow from his shoes and sits down by the fire The mother sits at the table knitting She says to him Do you remember it is the anniversary to night The father is angered lie never wants any illusion to the fact that one had gone away and the mere tion that it was the anniversary of that sad event made him quite rough although the tears ran down his cheeks The old house dog that had played with the wanderer w In n she was a child comes up and put head on the old mans knee but he ily repulses the dog He wants nothing to remind him of the anniver sary day A cold winter night in a city church hristmas night They have been decorating the sanctuary A lost wan Â¬ derer of the street with thin shawl about her attracted by the warmth and light comes in and sits near the The minister of religion is door preaching of Him who was wounded for oar transgressions and bruised for our iniquities and the poor soul by the door said Why that must mean me Mercy for the chief of sinners bruised for our iniquities wounded for onr transgressions The music that night in the sanctu Â¬ ary brought back the old hymn which she used to sing when with father and mother she worshiped God in the vil lage church The service over the minister went down the aisle She said to him Were those words for me Wounded for our transgression s Was that for me The man of God understood her not He knew not hoar to comfort a shipwrecked soul and he passed on and he passed oat The poc r wanderer followed into toes What are you doing here aid the police What are you doing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ eÂ¬ -Â¬ Oh she replied night as hereto to warm myself And then the was in the garden gate She opened it and passed up the path where she played in childhood She came to the steal and looked in at the fire on the hearth Then she put her fingers to the hatch Oh if that door had been locked she would have perished on the threshhold Hut the for she was near to death do r had not been locked since the time she went away She pushed open the doer She went in and lay duvn Tne old on the hearth by the tire house dog growled as he suv her enter but there was something in the voice he recognized and he frisked about her until he almost pushed her down in his joy In the morning the mother came down and she saw a bundle of rar- - on the hearth but when the face was up- Â¬ lifted she knew it and it was no more old Meg of the street Throwing her arms around the returned prodigal she The child threw cried Oh Margie her arms around her mothers neck and And while they Oh mother said were embraced a rugged form towered above them It was the father Theaa f all gone out of his face he stooie and took her up tenderly and car ic I her to mothers room and laid her down on mothers bed for she was dying Then the lost one looking up Wounded intoher mothers face said for our transgres ions and bruised for our iniquities Mother do you think Oh yes my dar- Â¬ that means me ling said the mother If mother is ad to get you back dont you think God is fflad to get you back And there she lay dying and all their dreams and all their prayers were Wounded for filled with the words our transgres ions an bruised for our until just before the mo-Â¬ iniquities ment of her departure her face lighted up showing the pardon of God had dropped upon her soul And there she slept away on the bosorn of a pardon Â¬ ing le-So the Ijord took back one whom the world rejected 1 u- rattling cough came and she held to the railing until the paroxysm was over She passed on down the street falling from exhaustion recovering herself again until after awhile she reached the outskirts of the city and passed on into the country road It She kept on seemed so familiar the road and she saw in the distance Ah that light a light in the window had been gleaming there every night since she went away On that coun try road she passed until she came to A BIG SUIT Property in St Louis Valued at Several Millions Including Two Thirds of Ground cupied by Shaws Garden Oc- Â¬ Â¬ Also One Half of Franklin County at Stake The tive Usteaasa the lletra of lotu Iciioy in Addition laini Valuable Lea ea oo Broadway lroe St Lolls July 1 Attorney Harrison K Hunch lias prepared papers and Brill shortly commence suit to recover title to property valued at several million dollars including two thirdsoi the ground now occupied by Shaws garden eight sections of land lying south if the garden and exteading through Lower drove park and twelve sections of land comprising nearly Tjie one half of Franklin county prospective litigants are the heirs of Louis Deaoy one of the pioneer settlers in the Mississippi valley Thev claim a clear title to the property through Spanish and French grants In addition to this they claim to have leases to several blocks from Broadway to the river and from Kan Â¬ sas to Krans- - -- treet On this property mills factories and residences have been built until it now comprises one of the best parts of south St Loui- Loui- - Dcnoy leased the land from the grantee in io for ninety nine years at a monthlv rental of one dollar The heirs which was nai up to 1890 claim to have a clear titie and are arranging to prove title pay up the rental and take possession of the prop1 1 Roanoake Va suffered the most dis- Â¬ astrous fire in the history of the town Sunday It commenced in the dry good stores of Noles and Tenant Aa entire block of seven houses and three offices were burne i A I Paris M Liques minister of the interior Sunday opened the interna- Â¬ tional penitentiary congress in the presence of President Faure and other Seven hundred distinguished men delegates were present A banquet was given in the evening Fred Vanorden a farmer living near Ft Jennings Putnam county O re- Â¬ cently signed a contract for John Lewis to equip his barn with lightning rods for 5 It is said that the con- Â¬ tract turned up at the bank as a note for S 00 Vanorden it is said hunted up the man and shot him in the abdo- Â¬ men The wound was not fatal Drunken Man Killed by Can Gkefncastie Ind July 1 A drunkÂ¬ SIMPLE EXPERIMENTS Very en man was killed by the cars here His corpse was found on the track by his little boy Health Improving Berlin July 1 -- The health of the empress is rapidly improving and the emperor proposes starting from Kiel for Sweden iu a few days He has timed his journey so as to arrive in Stockholm on July 4 aaaaaaas ROCKING STONES Â¬ Â¬ erty hate been unable to learn who owns the grojndand executed the As yet they KENTUCKY Uatc t All Ifirrihly Itiitehrred m From Parts of llic i cmiuou wealtU 1 lca es Being faded with age the name can not be made out in the papers and for over forty years there has been no claimant for the rental Nothing ha ever been found in the records to indi- Â¬ cate who the owner was If he died without an heir the Denoy heirs de- Â¬ clare the property will revert to them under the lease The stockholders and those who have built mills and factories on the lamf held undisputed possession for years believe they have a title to it and will fight every step made by the claimant- There are nine living heirs to the lienor estate Very recently the will of Louis Dcnoy and papers substantiat Â¬ ing the Franklin county title have been discovered and upon these the claims will lie fought Â¬ California Han Several Worthy ot ierioiii Investigation On the summit of a low rounded hill near the town of Truckee Cal stands a rock thirty feet high and twenty twe feet in circumference with i perfectly level top On the Beater of this level surfa c rests another rock a fac simile of the other on a smaller scale To give an idea of the size of the stones the owner of the ground has built an observatory two stories in height and circular in form which stands upon the larger of the two stones and incloses the other There is ample rHm inside of this building for several persons tc stand and on the rock outride a prom- A BAD LOT Come to Grief in A Ni noiA viiiK Ky July The boor of Mary Haker is years was found by Allen Brock while fishing in Several Alleged Trook llaltimore 1 the Kentucky river about two miles below Valley View At the iuque t held by Coroner T J Crawl a verdict of murder by unknown parties was returned Tiie girls body was in a horribly mutilated condition her throat being cut al cuts on her face beside- - this tiiere was a bullet wound through her stomach her right arm was broken end her head had been crushed by the oar of a canoe which was lying rear covered with blood and hair Mary Baker had been working for a family in the vicinity of the name of Winkler and while she was a girl of prepossessing appearance being both young and beautiful she was of the country demi monde class and it is believed that she was murdered by one of her numerous lovers Â¬ Â¬ The bicycle race between John Johnson Waiter C Sanger and Harry Tyler will take place here Tue day at the Com stock park in conjunction with the Hoikinsvii i k Ky Jily 1 Hud opening of the Mexican Big Four Williams a farmhand employed in the driving circuit The race is for SliHX southern portion of this ounty was winner to take all The contestants arrested near Longview and brought will be paced by a quad team to ths city and lodged in jail char red The Steamer henalli in 1ort with shooting and killing Jim Young Wash Pout TownskM July 1 a tenant living in the same neighborThe which steamer Chenallis hood The alleged fatal encounter was supposed to be lost on the took place Saturday on a farm near way down from Sitka to Junua Longview Williams examining trial to this port arrived Saturday is set for Monday morning ten days overdue The lateness of her arrival was caused by bad weather forcing her to seek shelter id Bljt Four Fnti-r- - Iiuiville LorisvniK July The Big Four nearly every port on the way down Killed liv a 15h lull railroad is now in Louisville At mid- Â¬ Cincinnati July 1 While in the night the first train crossed the Louisville and Jeffersonville bridge land mid t of an exciting game of baseball ing safely on the Louisvilie side The on Taylors bottoms near Kelievue bridge structure proper was completed Sunday afternoon a lad named Morris late aturday evening when the final Davis who resided with his parents at Th rd and Sycamore streets Cinconnecting rail was laid cinnati was struck on the neck by Shot From tmlia li the ball and died twenty minutes SOMFP tT Ky July I W J residing about miles northeast later Four Americana Drowned of here was shot from ambush near Maa tian Mcx July 1 A party of his home the wound proving fatal four Americans among them being Adkins has been a terror to the part of the county for several How anl Tnvins a wealthy manufacyears He leaves a family and several turer of California were downed off the coast sixty miles north of here children two days ago They were miking a Hlood Ioison Mt Stfhi iMi Ky July Joe Mar- pleasure cruise in a sailing vessel tin who was shot in the leg by Chief when it cap ized of Police Charles T Wilson had the Imperial Inspector Hlood poisoning ha leg amputated Chakir July 1 ConstantimuIe set in and the chance- - are against hit Tasha first to the sultan recovery has been appointed imperial commis sioner in connection with the reforms DESTRUCTIVE FIRE in Armenia His official title is imHe has no executive perial inspector Chiraeo Visited bjr a S1KOOOO Blaze Moot of the Loh Partially Covered by powers laimranrr Rumor Not o lirmed Psm Hill July 1 Fire in the ComParis July 1 It is rumored that Tra ters building at Madison mercial I Aumale has been assassinated and Franklin streets early Sunday the rumor has not been The confirmed morning caused a damage of about He was week at Luring its progress two pers- riage of present this Aostaand the marSliO WO the duke of Princess on- were injured bat not scriou ly lrelene his grandniece A loss of S50OD0 was sustained by the American t ollege of Dental Surgery CONDENSEDNEWS who occupied the fourth and fifth floors of the north half of the building Gathered From All Fart of the Country by Telegraph Other los es were A A Putnam boots and shoes Herr von Kardoff a free conserva- Â¬ 000 the Consolidated Electric Co J tive member of the German reichstag K Wright as Co dealers in printing has resigned ink J C Cosgrove Kestral Elwood Ind has located a big ma- Â¬ Guerlet cigars EL J Murphy saloon M Don chine shop to employ one hundred nerstag tailors trimmings and Leon- Â¬ men and work has already begun on ard Atkins Co boots and shoes The the plant building is damaged S4looo Most of The United States warships New the losses are partly covered b- - insur Â¬ York Columbia and Marblehead sailed ance from Kiel Sunday The San Francisco will remain at Kiel GEN GREEN CLAY SMITH The general association of Baptists The Burial Will Take Place in Arlington just adjourned at Paducah Ky repre- Â¬ emetrry Washington n C sents a Washimton July L Gen Green 000 whiteKentucky membership of May members Clav Smith will be buried Monday in An order has been prepared by the Arlington cemetery The funeral is to secretary of war which will make Looking It t p be in charge of the Masonic order of every military post of Â¬ Mother Why Aennehen whatever which he was a member The active quarters for recruitingthe army a headservice are you doing with papas big diction pallbearers will be members Charles Mclntire aged 4 fell from ary of the Inion Veteran Legion a fence at New Albany Ind and died Aennehen five years olcD I 3t only No Ill of which Gen Smith was past commander Fnion Veteran union in a few minutes from concussion of looking for my dolls lost slipper Papa the brain and the Washington Centennial Lodge at Borden The family recently resided said yesterday you could find everything in the dictionary of Masons The G A K posts have At Indianapolis Iud Miss Margaret been req jested by Commander AnderAn explanation Deery of Philadelphia filed suit in the son to attend in a body Why didnt you answer your teacher superior court against Alfred Hutchin Â¬ Two brothers Dr C C and Mr J son for breach of promise alleging when she spoke to you in the arithmetic Smith survive the general All av that she has been damaged S30000 of Gen Smiths children are living oz inamnur told me I muthnt Work was re umed at the Ironton Mrs Whitehead of Kentucky Miss ll diitiT thehool hourth Har Â¬ jron works Tonawanda N Y Mon- Â¬ Mamie and Mr Duke Smith day with an advanced schedule of per Yoiiir IV W hpprd th Kehel wages The work have been shut M Ainmi July 1 The Spanish troops down for three or four weeks Involution have defeated the insurgents at Guan James M Brown a convict at the bo had a high and hauct ty mien tanamo His shoes an afrresgire squt West Virginia penitentiary is dead Dut that rras when hed a salary Female Arronant Suit idea He was a two year man from McOf seven dollars s week Xbw Tour July 1 Mrs Charles Dowell couunty and his time would He moves about Quite meekly now Walcott formerly a professional aero- Â¬ have expired on the Fourth of July He shrinks into his collar naut who rave performances through- But now cicu hour of his life The Monarch distillery Peoria III His income Is s dollar ie country with her husband a the largest trust house has closed Cincinnati Tribune well known aeronaut committed sui- - down for an indefinite period The cide by taking laudanum Sunday at her Great Western the only trust house home in Her professional now in operation is expected to close Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder name was Nellie Latuont j Julv 5 Worlds Fair Highest Award 1 News lias July reached here from the Virginia side of the Cumberland mountains in Buchanan county that Byte Lar on and Kill Jorden two notorious mountaineers who had been enemies for several year- - met on a lonely path in the mountains and engaged in a terrible battle Larson opened fire on Jorden who returned it and a deadly battle ensued which cost Larsons life Bill Jorden it is thought ma ie hi- - i across the country into the mountains of southern West Virginia They were both bad men and had killed several men Clmrzed With Slnrler 1 Â¬ Mountaineers J am Ky Deadly Iupl Â¬ well dressed rather good looking woman M years old who -- aid she was the wife of Wm IJoland one of the men arrested here la t week charged with issuing forged check- - on Cincinnati banks called at police headquarters to see Poland and was locked up The police claim she is Lizzie Turner a notorious crook and confederate of the gang of alleged forgers Detective Herman Witte and Paying Teller George Koesler of Cincinnati are in the city and positively identified Boland as Charles Fischer who on May Ji last presented a forged check for liim purporting to be drawn by the Cincinnati Coffin Co at tin- - Fir t national bank of Cincinnati The other two men A M Dearborn alias A M Roylaad and illiam Hartley were recognised as accomplices and Mr Witte says they are members of a gang of forgers who have been operating in several Telegrams have been western cities received from the St Paul Minn and Richmond Va police asking that the men be held until officers arrive to look them over The prisoners will not go to Cincinnati without a requisition They will be takn before hi Ige Poler on Tuesday on a writ of habeas corpus Haitimokk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ July Uicycle Kitre BataJTB Rm iiis Mich July S Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Ad-ki- 1 la-t-e- rn Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- t -- trical Machine jar alone can the electricity generated by the machine be stored for the numerous experiments and for imparting shocks A small jar may be made from an ordinary thin glass tumbler of the largest size but if a larger jar is desired glass liottle or jar with a neck sufficiently wide to admit the hand must be used Such jars arc easily procured Take the tumbler or jar and paste tinfoil inside it covering the bottom and extending about three quarters up its height when this has been done paste tinfoil on the outside covering the surface as has lieon covered on the inside When the paste has become perfectly dry trim the upper edges of the tinfoil with a knife scraping away all the irregularities and clean the uncovered glass thoroughly Now make a lid for the tumbler or iK- - s-jar so as to tit it Thisi- - beat made by -r being turned oat of a piece of thick hard wood but it can be cut with a knife out of two quarter inch pieces one a little larger than the outside of the tumbler or neck inpushing motion the huge mass of gran- of the jar und the other made to fit When these ite begins to rock The movement is side the tumbler or neck regular and almost noiseless and in pieces are fined together they will form Bore a hole through vestigation proves that the great rock a sufficient lid rests on three almost imperceptible the center of the lid to receive a stout pivots and Uraa swings clear of its base brass wire about six inches long havAnother interesting rocking stone ing a brass or lead ball at its upper end may be seen near Pahs in Sun Diego and a short piece of brass chain tied county where i is regarded with great feneration by the Indians It is an im mense bowlder circular in form but flat on the upper surface It rests on three distinct pinnacles and can be moved only by peculiar swaying steps on its top When set in motion it will continue to rock long after the effort to move it has ceased and the grinding rumbling noise it produces can be heard a mile away resembling the sound of distant thunder This strange stone may be made to move in two different directions according to the movements of the person who starts it It may be made to swing around on its pivots in a circular manner or it may be moved backward anil forward like the rocking of a chair S far as is known ie c are the only rocldag stones in California Scientists A LKVDEN JAB declare that they were eau ed bj- - water When the erosions but some superstitious people with wire to its lower end believe that they were held saercl by lid is put in place the chain must touch the Indians while still others aver that the tin foil at the bottom To use the jar place it so that its ball they were the altars of a people who is close to the ball of the collector or passed from the earth ages ago conductor of the electrical machine A Squirrel That Ioves Music and turn the handle Sparks will 1h A pleasing story is told by a boy who seen to pass from one ball to another lives at West Troy in New York T re- until the Leyden jar will refuse to recently caught a squirrel he say- - but ceive more At this stage it is charged the animal was shy and seemed de with electricity Now if a pel ami cidely averse to being tamed In the touches the outside coating of tin foil cage was a wheel such as one may see with one hand and the ball with the in most cages for squirrels but my Otherhe will receive an electric shock If squirrel would not go near it while any-Â¬ a string of ten or twenty boys is formed one was looking The other day a by joining hands and the left hand boy friend came to see me and began to touehes the tin foil of the jar while the play on his liute near the cage The right hand boy places his finger on the squirrel at once lost his shyness and apÂ¬ ball the entire string of boys experiences peared in the wheel After listening a a shock in the arms Such a harmless ex moment the little animal began to jump periment causes great fun in a gatheraround in the liveliest manner It ing of young people Harpers Young made the wheel fairly spin and was de- People lighted As soon as the music ceased A liandit on a Iliryrle the squirrel rested When my friend A highwayman on a bicycle came iKgan to play again the squirrel re Since that incident upon a young lady who was watching peated its antics the sunset on the Cornice road near it has become quiie tame Mentone lately took her purse and de- Â¬ manded the watch and chain While Told by a Maine Hunter she was removing the chain from her A Maine hunter who is a crack shot tells a curious story about himself neck he walked off from the bicycle to While hunting one day he came upon light a cigarette whereupon the young a fine large deer not more than two woman jumped upon the machine and rods away He attempted to raise his tore down hill to Mentone From there rifle to his shoulder but his arm be Â¬ a telegram was sent to Vintiiniglia and came suddenly paralyzed All hecould the robber wus caught in a trap for the tlo was to stand there and watch the perpendicular cliff on the one-- side and deer disappear in the distan e Then the precipice on the other make it im- Â¬ his arm resumed its normal condition possible to get out of the Cornice road and be started ou the trail once more His Reiison After awhile he came upon the deer a 1 love the name of X ishincton second time and again the hunter tried Though stranec mv reason confess to raise his rifle and again his arm reHad he not lived ami rest thr s done Wed have one bolidiy the loss fused to serve him Then he gave it up and went home impressed with a A Needed Distinct on sense of awe and a conviction that he She I thiuk there ought to be some had better leave that particular deer distinctive title by which married men alone could be distinguished from unmarried ones as women arc designated by Miss Who Wan the Blind One Stories like the following from a for and Mrs lie Well a married man might be eign journal suggest the need of a new and an unmarried one proverb None are so blind as those called Mr master who think that other people eaanot She I dont like the word master it Well Joseph did you take my letter lacks dignity and you know in the old to M tie Y Yes sir but I am afraid he wont times it was applied principally to per- Â¬ sons of low degrees be able to read it for he is blind He But it is so eminently a proper Blind Yes sir While I was standing right term She I dont see just why in front of him in his privave office be He Of course you do Dont you asked me twice where my hat was and know that a man is never m iter after I had it on my head all the time ha he is married Detroit tree Press ha- By the Leyden Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- enade extends entirely around the observatory Several peculiarities of these strange stones are worthy of note Both are heart shaped they are identical in position the apex of each points directly north and every line and feature of the larger stone is perfectly icptodueed in the smaller Nor is this the strangest part of the matter The smaller rock weighs sixteen tons and - apparently as firm as the everlasting hills The strongest man may push and tug in a vain at tempt to move it unless he touches a certain spot but if a child puts his little finger on this spot with a gentle Get an ordinary tumbler filled to the brim with water and on it place a sheet of paper so that the surface of the water may be completely covered Now place one hand on the paper and with the other invert the glass Then remove your hand from the paper and the water will not full out owing to the upward pressure of the atmosphere Again take a piece of thick brown paper about a foot square and heat it at the fire When hot place it on the table and rub it with a clothes brush for about half a minute Then hold the brown paper over some small light bodies little pieces of blotting paper a ill do and the light bodies will jump about in the most excited manner If the brown paper be held over someÂ¬ bodys head several hairs will immediately stand on their ends greatly to the amusement of the spectators Another even more striking experiment and not so generally known is performed as follows Get any piece of wood not too thick about a foot long and lay it on the table in such a position that half of it projects over the edge of the table Place a broad book on that part of it whih is on the table Strike the projecting part of the wood sharply with a strong stick or poker and the stiek of wood will smash in two You should strike very sharply and without hesitation or the experiment may fail and your book and wood be hurled to the other side of the room One more experiment is perhaps a little harder to perform th j the preceding but I have seen several people succeed with ease Get a glass of water and a needle and try to make the needle float All thai is required is a little skill In the same way ordinary nibs can be floated in water If you have a magnet a penny one will do and rub it on the needle before the hitter is placed in the water it will point like a compass to the magnetic pole when floating no matter what way it may point when first placed in the liquid Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How Boys and Girls May Pass Pleasant Evening JOLLY JACKDAW Amuslnc stoVy ff a Decidedly Intelleetnal l ithered Pet Our little jackdaw is dead but little as he was he lies left a big gap behind him iu the house Sometimes we fancy squawk and we we hear his cheer find ourselves istening for the pattering of his little black toes in the passages or in the hou e His life was iihort but as merry as mischief could make it Mischief was his one guiding motive from morning to night every lay that he lived until death which might have let such a little jokester aljne gave him fits and He came to us stopped his pranks when he was quite young and when we had to ram food down into his interior to the accompaniment of choking He was gurgling and squawking given as a present to the children and for the first few days he belonged to them After that we all belonged to him We bought a cage when we knew that be was co uing It was in the perpendicular cane style of architecture lack lived inside for a liav or two until he knew beter and then when he fount that the world outside the wicker walls was so much bigger than the one inside he refused to use it except as a When he had once pa dormitory up the gardes steps into the wonder land of the bouse where the big and little men and women lived he sternly and stubliornly declined to enter the wattle door agiin until the last thing A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WOCID TARE SO CHANCKS I 1 I li 1 I Ifei - JAM fed CI mhx K iCures iS Heals I COMTIGiOUS Running Sores I the Serpents Sting afX Vassal S I bi nnn onicnv Ukwi r mail- In all ttt Name nlatalv Ira ill rail anl hr -- s otunateor and ulcers yiekt V iu sssm Dealing powers it r soves the DOin and buiiil no the svalsi A valssM tat SbeMe ud IU treaoatat tnslue -I SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanu Ga I Mrs Meanitall Edith have you ever sung to Mr Goldroeha Edith Ne mamma you know we are not quite engaged yet- - Brooklyn Lif SHE WANT1 l DOTonwm to stbtuiiac t on a d- Tin LATaWfc YOU CAN BE CURED WHILE Â¬ The habit of u jra c riroucei Tobacco mouth and stonach man until - fH flcw J UtatTTaWaw asssasasasssaT- - sVasssssB the retina and wasting ot the Hao 1 Mff I S5FI tobacco sftthma bv Il Juil pain in lowed later and sharp pulse pain- - pa JACKS HRKAKFAST THE LEYDEN JAR at night when he was tired and sleepy and all the big suns and moons were He did not mind sitting extinguished on the roof of the cage and occasion Â¬ Whai kind of tea do you wish madam IJive me a pound of five oclock that I understand is the latest thing Pliegende Blaetter out PRKTTY TIGHT SOI KKZIM1 I St filfipr --i weakened heart disease taKtv QUIT BEFORE IT is TOO LATE To tpiit siiddenlt o lac system as tobacco to an nidant smoker be less esatinualli cra RO is a scientific and rt i nmtJi juaracteed ul which has last s tars In iaa 1 I been in u e to cured thouaan habitual tobacco use ml snatT dippers I A Necessary Adjunct to Any Kind of Elec- Â¬ Jfry h Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ally be would open the door and look round to see that his sleeping perch was in order but he would keep his wary little eyes uon the entrance anil if anyone tried to close it out he A Cse would scramble in a fury of beak and M Yl OT 4T f claws and fight for freedom If all jackdaws possessed the same mechanical gtnius as Jack no church tosrarwosdd be safe A glance of his keen little eyes black Ik ads set in gray blue circles and he would understand all the details of make and mechrIt anism He fcund out how everything 4 was math so that he could unmake it If one thing fitted into another he would set to w ork to uufit it He dis covered with disastrous results to table Why do you leave your watch on covers and carpets that corks could be extracted fron ink bottles He studied the bureau e whenever George calls iieeau Ive broken four crystals the sewing machine until he knew exChicago Inter k iin this month actly how to sip its beneficent career He would remove some portions of the II l E IS A PAIN machinery fro n one place where it was needed and locate it somewhere else where it could do nothing and sometimes he world snap the thread or But perhaps rush the spindles off his greatest pleasure in life was to get hold of things that people wanted most particularly and to hide them A dog hides the bone becaase he thinks he may want it again but Jack secreted tilings simply because he thought other people might want them But perhaps the most wonderful thing about our little black pet was his streLrth of mind his power of will and the determined way in which he or- Â¬ dered his daily walk of life He slept in his cage on a landing and at seven Do you think your sister will be oclock be would be awake waiting for the servants to come and take him down soon Willie Y downstairs li they were late he would n as she to have it grow ininatieat stamp about and try Life to open the dcor Directly he was re- over with leased be w ould rush to the beetle trap ANOTHER WAR WITH eIilN lift off the cover and have a look round the inside to see what sort of sport there had been during the night Then he would start his breakfast beetle after beetle was picked up and swallowed sometims as many as forty or fifty After breakfast came the bath A large round netal basin was kept on the grass plot in the garden and tilled with water When the weather was cold the children raised the temperature with hot water Jack would get up on the rim and walk round ind round times before plunging in Then he would paddle about a little and at last he would sit down duel his head and splash the wa er all over him by splash ing his wings vigorously When he came out he looked like a little Harpers ISazar drowned ereaure or like the Jackdaw of Ilheims after the curse had worked THE MARKETS Prom the first he made up his mind where his drying ground should be iSSATi June FiorR- - Ppritur patent H 105140 Tfiis was on the landing at the top of nasty N ivj Has r aiasat the stairs in ront of a mirror Here pateat MO 4i taae he would preen and arrange his plum- tassasSi extra RHtU 07361 fimiiy j so low grade age 26V northwestern rye J3g36 city rye Then during the morning he visited a i its Whew With s fair demand wheat was held the different rooms and helped with fairly steaiiv but the ofTerin mod the painting and drawing The sew erate and the market eaaseqaeativ quiet I ing machine oo had to lie lxked afOoss There was sat ttttte 4 the jtrain on the market and witii a fnry cood inquiry ter flics and waps had to lie hunted He killed and swallowed wasps by the price- - were inclined to be tinner scales of mixed ear track lie score but he drew the line at I ae reoetats were aasij avata I If one came in his way he and far in ec ss of the demand and the mar Â¬ would nip it anil then carefully insert ket was lui and liiw Sates at Wo 3 mixed the squirming bunch of legs lietween Cattle -- Market steady Fair to cood ship the leaves of n book put it down with Par 1 rs MM choice one foot and leave it there Dinner butch L8V extra me was an institution for him and he dium butchers t3 50 tJS common knew the dinner bell as well as anyone US ll Market in the house There was always a Arm iselect lala active medium and heavy chance of making a sudden swoop upon 4J packers A stewed or a fried some choice dish 4VS iaives Market steady Fair M i orsl lijrht tomato or a beakful of red currant chue 11mm ii and jelly or a slice of hot juicy mutton large RM 4 I trailed across a clean tablecloth was Bares SSW Lambs Sheep Msrbct dull always exciting and aroused the en- Â¬ barely xtras p5 ro cood to common to fai- thusiasm of the big and little men and choic t ssies Hartal slow and IS sue loer extra women who nl ways cried Oh Jack BYeTSe Kood to choice HaOio2S com Â¬ but who neve- - beat him mon to fair fS50aisa Then in the evening when he was Baitivore Jnne S Wheat Xo S red spot and Ju getting tired and the lamps were Jaly 7ITPtc Aetata 7 7Jc September lighted he would get on the back of his 73 7inc steamer No S re mistress chair tuck his head into some ork Mixed spot and June 31S331HC place in his back and go to sleep July 513510 August 51 MMH September si Westminster Budget iiita iM miffs ix p--- Vol c n irsa ii ANT VV MILK T KI I WILL Noll t V lui 1011c ran sM s IVi - v- u ten su irartet- - to perms an case is not refund the Bacco Curo Â¬ Â¬ rtl m reliable lutely de trot - the without the aid cm e be all antecd care receipt 01 price ka Caetnical manufacturi consin eV I s 50 three or seat - Se Â¬ ct and proofs five - La C 1 5J Â¬ R N I B R R Â¬ rime Table No 1 24 In Ef- Â¬ fect May 12 1895 Ex Sun Vx - AMP View 11 m Richmond 114 irvine A M P M P M frrine t- AM - 4 Valley View Ver u A M P M Trim between I with the C S Â¬ half-a-doze- n CM WH Gei ADAMS Bit OWN Ky - KEHTUCKY CEHTRURY- - BLUE GRASS ROUTE hortest and Quickest Route from Centra Kentucky to All Points North Houth and South west Through dailv train service between Cincinnati Middlesborough Ky nu Knoxville Tenn snd Points on L NRR Ses MUIt ii Kffret May II lS9a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ daddy-long-le- 0 UTH BO UND Ex 1 ess Daily No 1 No No 3 DIt 755 P Ex Sun Daily -- bve Cyntbiaiia Arr Pails Ait Lexl Baton Lve Paris Arr Winchester Lira Winchester Arr Livmston ive LiviiiRston Lve Loiuloir Arr Corbin Lve Corbin Lve Lve Arr R Lve Kiel inotit Lve Berea Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Uve Faltiioul 8n y uen ni8 1125 am 1043 alB 48 819 a am m nn ami 1015 908 p m 9 50 p m 503 pm P 1055 pm 1025 P tn m n p 3 Pn 1207 a m 43 - 10 p m - 40 p m uiq at 115 142 an am sce pai pm pm pm II The Â¬ The owner of an Irish water spaniel was out walking with him when ho crossed a frozen mill dam and accidentally dropped his snuff boat through a small crevi in the ioe The dog was dreadfully distressed at not being able to get the boc but was obliged to go home with its owner who thought no more of the natter Two months afterward wher the frost had gone he and the dog pissed the same place The dog paused opposite the spot where the Ikix had disappeared seemed to think intently for a minute then plunged in and returned to the bank with the snuff box in his month Â¬ I05 Itad a Good Memory Â¬ O ts No I white western mixed do 3Sft3Slic 344ij35c Rys No - 60c gust 74t Mc Toledo O June red cash and July 74 c Au- Â¬ September OSS No 3 yellow cash Oats No S mixed July and September WHrAT No Arr Jeiltcn Arr Kimii il No I Lve Richmond srr Rowland Arr Stan font NORTH Lv Lve Corbin Lve WilliamsbjE rr iililesbh lumit asp tuiiid Uap Barbrville Piievilic 310 pm 2pm 445 p m 445 p m 530 pm 040 pm pm oopm 217 a m 310 a 310 a 352 a 430 a m 125 a m r StS n m 6opm 300am 425 pm 125 p jrsopm 300 a m 38 am i BOUN Dally Ex Son M Sn 4 Daily m 1010 am viop m 1110 p m 1138 p m 1235 a m 1001 p as 1030 p as 1105 pm 1140 p m 1220 a m i aSa mli D y Cloverseed October 5 Rowland Richmond Corbin Lve Lve Lve CntnM rx Pitthbirob 5J0ti50 good butchers ts10tjji430 rough fat ood Pa June 9 jaocj - lellen Willianisbz KTinxvillc i1 - ra Philadelph1ss ssona5uv best mixc 1 BBd 0rkers U e - ur Mrmn 4 ri ers sheep Kxtra tt30350 good ti7O 30O fair 150 SOi common sheep 5oc 00 best lambs oori fair I150S 50 spring lambsFoioo ilXs tiap Mililleslh Pneviile ville im Ijoass r P s x Tskin Â¬ Â¬ bloomers from a man dressmaker who had formerly catered exclusively to the male trade You will want two hip pockets I suppose Yes replied the emancipated one Er pint or quart size asked the man milliner with a far away look in his eye She glared at him for a moment and then for the first time he noticed that she wore a W C T U badge N Y Herald So This world would be a happy world Ana men would all be brothers If people did themselves one half Ttiat tuey eipcct of others Made a Sad Mist ike She was ordering a pair of bicycle inything V hy First Boy 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Fxplalnet lllmseir What on earth are you doing with that little wati Tom Spwiukliri- - the babys bead sos his hairll sprout IIrtcrs Young Peo cori ExStiu 700 am 745 am 827 am alii am 045 am N Daily Dally Ex Sun 2 56 pm oao pm 540 P NV1U No C- Lve Covington diisi 5 - 2to pa ile pric SHEEP RTt TBI - k ISUIAN 1APOL1S SlrO08e Ind J Qe j Mtllerabarc favav Â¬ toa Courier First ted Boy Did yeh have Press he Batty Little Beu of the most rrodert of where light 1 Pleast mixed id to choice medium and K7S4HD choa h- SOUTHBOUND Lve - one by Marketnooetter nd outlook only hlx Hun Daily Ex sun 145 pm Noll Daily aa4 nice things Vo eat at that party Vo had such Second Boy Did we loads of everything that wen Mrs oul gave mc some iced cake to take to my mother I didnt even lick it going home tiood News -- pltnty of knob or touching a bell lie lives in a 6tate of pcrpjtual these things and tie other ni a sof tie fellow him eyes hurt nie my turning a Nsw York June sa Arr Johns I MaySTille cp - eleTa 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