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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7-- ii 1H TYPICAL AMERICANS at Berea college ind Published by Reqiu cemmctu ement VOLUME IX RICHMOND I Highest of all in Leavening Power 1ISI WEDNESDAY MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Latest U S JULY 10 1895 I -- Sft NUMBER 5 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS THE SERVANT QUESTION Govt Report Â¬ DELICATE DR H STEWART Kknthky PHYSICIAN AM 8VMGBOK Main street i over Covmctnn Residence 6iv 4- - 1 IO A KENNEDY KKNTlC kv reft 7 IV A M SURGEON ith Building No 704 Mam Strett up KNOWLEDGE Brinrs comfort and improvement and totals to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with less expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the MM of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable ami pleas- Â¬ ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds heaihiches and tevt rs ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession liectuxe it acts on the Kid m vs Liver and Iviwels without weakening them and it i jierfeetly free from every objectionable substance Syrup of FsB is for sale by all drug in 50c md Ixittles but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only whine name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informed you will not eceot any substitute if ofleretl Â¬ 1 Â¬ DR JOHN M V POSTER AM SURGEON 71 KiNnnv - nut ret between Second and HMdcnie at corner Main 3- - KVAN8 Kmimonh W M I Kkmitky n fron the practice of to my- r ii t rth DR T TAYLOR KKMi Y KY eager Jewelry - eet dr a r iisoN Kentucky and jo Sec- PHYSICIAN AM SURGEON FRY US Fresh Meats Fresh Fish CHA HOOKER VETKUKAMY 8URGI a Specialty cr7GITEYS W R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW - Vegetables WE KEEP THE BEST Ami sell at removable prices Yon can always obtmfa value received for your money with us Your - Kbjttcckt rRich- - STEPHEN - 1 PARRISH AH ATTORNEY AT I orders delivered any place within k Knmn sorporatioii t Etc M M Hamilton I I Kv Co H BRECK CT ATTORNEY AT LAW jom Kin WELLS Manager Richmond Main St LCEGS DIRECrSET A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW i II I Hum ATTORNEY AT I LA II MO X I Kknti l KV 31 30 W SMITH ATTORNEY AT - LA II RjiHMOM - KtNTlCkV I A I MCHKNAULT AT LAW - ATTORNEYS iiaora Kkm i c kv gro- er Chrnaultv DE1TTAL SUT5SET Richmond Lodge No 2 ateets secoad and fourth Tuesday in each month S P DeatheruLic Master J Speed Smith arv Richmond Roal Arch CI apter No id - third Tueadaj in each month I Ariner H P I Speed Smith Set j Richmond Commniuierv No iq Reg ular jeetnkg the irst Tuesday in eacli ir Knights are cordial month Visiting 1 v inyited to aittnd P Armer E J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodge No 1S3 at fcurksrille meets Saturday evening before the full A I Ross W moon in every month B F Cotton Secretary l Kingston Iodge No 51c at Kingston meets Satutdai evening he lore the full moon in evei montli T C Wilt Sec Â¬ retary I M Hotn W M Waro Ijodge No 33S meets fourtli Satmda in erejrt month W F Fielder II Turpin Secretary WM 8a1 John D Hamilton Lodge No Inion Citv meets SfCOnd Saturda in every month John I Hamilton WM John L Griggs Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Boones- ijorough sneets third Satutda in eer Wm Bennett W M S Old month hum Secretary Berra Lodge No 617 meets the first Saturda in each month at 7 oclock p m E T Fish E L Robinson Secretary Â¬ Master WELBY W BURGIN DENTIST MINI I O O F KENTK k grocery KY Madison Lodue No 14 meets every Monday at their hail on Main street R G- CKiriv N No 36 Second 45- IR Kl H M A WILKES SMITH DISTAL BURGEON K IH1 tCKY Street Boone Encampment No 40 meets every first and third Thursday n Odd Fellows L Hall on Main street Richmond Frazee Scribe Taylor C P L LJ Frazee Secretary C S H Thorpe V knights of honor Amitv I odge No meets 5 K of II every Friday evening in the Odd Fellows H Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock E W Rowland Reporter 1 Offue Smith building Mam to i II 100 e 4 l M atfPraUce limited to dentistry Office 3 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS J L HARRIS MD 1 DS v KlcliMOXD Kkntick bridge work M a P mets ev erv Wednesday cyening at Odd Fellows C W Tudor C C hall at oclock C C Hook r K of R and S White Lolge No 45 K nwnand Office in specialty Nbcc hours 9 a tn C MO jAK J A VATIS MORGAN KlCHMOMl A YATE8 - We Employ Young Men meuts id part uaymt nt for a hi le f DESTISTS - - KfcN UXKY llrrict Uim Street over Madison National 3- to distribute our adrertise- b irrade Acme whied we send ihem ou approval No work done until the bicycle arrive and prove - atifactory Young Ladies eSeSLh If bovs ortrirls apply tbey must be well reoon mended Write for part ioulars j RICHMOND -- STEAMS ACME CYCLE COriPANY ELKHART VI LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES IND ARE VOL Wjrk done jtromptly and as wIl as any otlier Laundry Making the Most of Yourself help yon to awake a wide sire in the Country PRICES NO HIGHER iil ly Home People and they will stand by you B ARE YOU USING THOUGHT AND BRINGING UP YOUR TACT IN has pnwluied its typical characters every country has profited by them Standing higher than the multitude their BtisssOa has lieen that of ilaciiij hiiinanitv on a hmader ami a higher plain All through ages these types have appeared in fact ever since the oni went forth in the beginning Iet there be light Far hack in the centuries there ap peared as the topmost point of light in the lamlseape of Western Europe Chat- amagne He it was who founded schools reformed the laws and collected libraries in that age ol darkness and doubt Example after example might be given of men who have risen and flour ished in Western Europe France Eng land tertnany and Italy alxniml in such characters from the day of Richelieu to iiainbetta fiotn Cromwell to Willington from Barbara to to Bismark In like manner America has been rich in producing characters as great as the greatest each of which have at some time in life attended that great University w Inch is the hope of the Ameri can people the common school With tta twenty million of boys and girls Goda reserve it lays the foundation f ir all that is noble and beautiful in thi6 republic To t hii- - work the teacher must consecrate his intellect bis hand and heart yea all of his powers The common school is indeed a typ ical institution of a typical people their common hope as well as their loftiest purpose Ir A D Mavo made one the grandest resolutions of his life when he lesolved to devote his time his ellorts his entire being to the great ministry of education In this cause he has labored earnestly and zealously and America has reason to be proud of such a tvpc of courage and Christian zealous his life exempilies Among those who have contributed to the cause of education are Feabody Pfearaoae RocfcfcfUVr and others but notwithstanding the millions sA endowment and the effort each State has made to education in the reach of all there are many persons who vet linger in Egypt longing for a glance into the promised land and a taste of the jovs and the blessings which result from an education What better capital can one for his entrance upon lifes duties and yet so manv fail to see this The child that God has placed hi the hand of the parent in which to breathe the parcel motives the highest purpose is robbed of life- - richest blessing through negli Â¬ gence to educate him At the same time the pearly gates leading to our typical institution open wide and just above on the great arch is ineeribed this invitation et all who will come and drink of the fouutain of knowledge freely Among the literary men of America the name of Henry W Longfellow stands No author has so reached prominent the minds of the people lighted up the dark places of the world and the gloom of human hearts as he But our distin guished gieat are passing away one by one To join the innumerable caravan which moves to that mysterious realm where each shall take his chamber in the silent halls of death It is only a short time since one of Americas noblest men made ids exit through that narrow door which opeae for every son of the human family Yes the soul of Frederick Houglas has returned to the od that gave it life and inspiration Hon lowlier than the son of Cod no gleam of light or fair surroundings His thirst for knowldge appealed by the lash yet in the midst of all be struggled bravely upward till his influence was felt throughout the civilized world Such as he made such as Lincoln jKissihle When our national flag stained by the foul blot of slavery was falling from its breaking statl when the old Ship of State was tossed in an angry sea and the great lovers of hnmitj stood on the bridge watching for the dawn Ihmglas was there to steady the hand of the Captain and to bring her safely into harbor Where did Shakespeare get his genius Where did Mozart get his music Who made it possible for many of our great men to proceed from undiscovered fountains of the homes of the people Cod t rod and God alone raised Fred Hong- las from great depths to lolty heights of honor and renown And in the long years to come no story no epic poem will filled with gieater wonder and followed by men with a keener interest than which tells of the life and death of Fred Douglas America has many typical characters that the world knows not They are the fountains of light pood and pleasant to near Lights which shed their rays into the dark recesses of human iils not a lamp only but as a luminary shining bv the grace of the spirit Mich a character was Mrs John G Fee in the radiances of her influence lives were cheered souls ennobled She was a woman whose judgment was ripened by the experiences of hardship toil and sacrifices for humanitys uplift Like every soul that battles against sin and wrong she had her dark hours ofGeth semane yet with that simple child like faith she looked always to the sunshine This noble woman labored helped be- Â¬ lieved and trusted till the waiting ang is bade her Come up higher The mem- Â¬ ory of Mrs Fee will ever be fresh in the minds ol thoe whom she baa tieiped to scale lofty heights and all in pursuit of the pure aud spotless lamb of God Each of these typical characters have fulfilled the mission for which they came into the world They have accomplish ed worthy purposes given inspiration ami new hope whenever needed In like manner we may in every walk of life be the type of all that is gable and good Bakiiakv E RoBuaOK Kverv age Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ PnVvl Baking Powder tk U U2Z2 ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ costume it suits them to put on Bloomers are getting so common that it seems Ksible that the untutored eye will presently dwell upon them without r shock The more circumspect American ladies still keep out of them and may never cotile to prefer them to skirts but the young and giddy experiment with them pretty freely Was there ever anything so efficacious to give woman an idea of what she could do if she tried as the bicycle Siberlv speaking if she had to choose between the ballot and the bicycle its a means of development and advancement she might better cleave to the bike It is worth more to her than the ballot It is more fun more use less trouble and very much less costly There was pith in what Miss Stanton said but is there Hot some substance In the suggestion that the bicyle has brought women so many new opportunities and privileges that she never needed or wanted the suffrage so little as now Harjiers Weekly PATTERSON LIKES 11 If in the elaborate scheme of a daugh ters education a little time were given to a practical knowledge of household affairs it would lie found of Inestimable service through all her life Possibly the fault of which we complain does not lie so much With the servant M with the mistress How can we expect our miids to know more than we know ourselves Thev are very much like children and they soon discover our ignorance and impose upon us Try to teach a child THE CHICK AMUCA NATIONAL anything and see how utterly impossible it is unless vou yourself know thoroughPARK ly the subject yon are trying to imart Another great trouble with tin average The dedication of the Chickanmuga young housekeeper is lack of system and Chattanooga Military Park tixed for Her education is doubtlessat fault in this September IStfa and 30th next under the and she has never learnt business prindirection of Secretary Lamont will be in ciples But ones house must be run every sense and in very peculiar ele Â¬ with method if one wishes to run it satments essentially a national event isfactorily Inexperienced women ti ake Such an occasion as is contemplated undemands which are often finite iuipssi der the act of Congress providing for this ble to be complied with not realising dedication is without precedent in the what work their domestics are doing at historv of great wars the moment which must be neglected if The park to dedicated embraces two of their request is regarded Given a he me our most notable battlc liclds one of the and a husband who provides the wherecombats ranking among the deadliest of withal to keep the home it obviousl be nil attions of modem wars the other be comes the wifes jost thought to see that cause of the mountain and the ridges she does not neglect this duty and that which were the objectives of the battle the work is carefully and properly dine being unrivalled in its spectacular This of course involves manv petty vor features Besides these the park was ries and vexations ami countless irritaÂ¬ Â¬ FEMALE REGULATOR IT IS ft SUPERB T0INIG and exerts a wonderful influence in strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan- Â¬ nel aii impurities Health and strength are Guaranteed to result from its use Mv visa was bedridden for eighteen months after using BKADFIELD S FEM AlE REGU LATOR for two months is retting well M JOHNSON Malvern Ark 1 Â¬ BIlAEPIEIiDIS SK GOLD SILVER OR GREENBACKS A Either will pornscaM more Dry Goedi at White than at any other house in Bscksaossd latnra inteml to -- Gibsons From now until Jnlv N laiitrhtor all kind- - of Drcn i k tions Corsets Gloves ami Hosiery at for Usesaselves prion that will speak one thinl off for Look at the following Â¬ BRAOMFID KfGI UTOIt CO ATLANTA Sold by all DnifgiiU at SI 00 per bottl 1 GA er priea for as 1V Half wool Challis sold for 25e aow tot cost In White s Mi Â¬ all wool Drcn Goods a Â¬ 000000 People Wear WIDouglasSlioes HAND SEWED PROCESS BEST ami Silk Waits Pattern- - we have an cmlh will nay yon to price them asHortaaent It the reduction will astonish vou Â¬ Â¬ 500 s0cd IN THE WORLD 300 Hosiery Corsets and tiloYes which for quality and you pri Â¬ Col Josiab Patterson the most active propagandist ot the sound money policy in this part of the South is more than satisfied w it li the result ol the Democratic campaign in Kentucky as crvstalized in the action of the convention on Friday says the Memphis Scimitar Tlie result in Kentucky said Col Patterson was I not altogether anticipated by me knew there had been something of a revolution in Kentucky in the direction of sound money and I was confident the convention would pass sound money resolutions and so predicted in an interview which I gave the Simitar some ten days ago However I was not prepared for the passage of the resolutions by a Â¬ Â¬ majority of nearly three to oue I emocrats have heretofore differed in regard to the meaning of the national platform of s2 I believe with Mr Cleveland it meant the maintainenee of all our money on a parity and that the free coinage of silver at the ratio of Hi to was impossible if that was done The indorsement by the Kentucky convention of the platform of 18B3 the Administration ol Mr CleveHnd and the official coarse of Mr Carlisle his Secretary of the Treasury is not only an indorsement of the Chicago platform but of the con struction which Mt Cleveland and Mr Carlisle in their official conduct placed on that platform This is certainly all that any friend of sound money could ask In mv judgement the effect of this action on the part of Kentucky Democracy will be very great throughout the Sooth The movement everywhere is in the direction of sound money and this action will accelerate it very greatly I anticipated the nomination of ien Hardin When 1 was in Kentucky some two weeks ago it was understood that Gen Hardin was looking to the aid of tl e sound money men for his nomination an I then knew that many sound nion ey men would support him As Oovern or he w ill have nothing to do with the question and as no one proposes to exclude free silver men or men from the party on account of differ-Â¬ ences on the currency iiuestion bis nomination under all circumstances was perhaps wise It would be just as logical to say that Mr Cleveland was in favor of free silver liecause he had appointed a great many free silver Democrats to office as to say the Kentucky Democracy was favorable to free silver because it nom inated Gee Hardin The truth is that the result in Ken- t uck v is an unmistakable triumph for An lln vauot- jif nuuiiu iuuuiv auu uie couil- iiic try will so accept it Col Patterson rejoices over the result in Kentucky not so much because of the expression of the Kentucky Democracy as because ot the effect it is likely to have I on the situation in our other States was in Kentucky a couple of weeks ago to make a few speeches in the cause of sound money said he and while I saw then that the free silver sentiment was very strong I was convinced that the re- Â¬ action was at hand if only the education em in the interest of sound money was carried on to the end vigorously The result has justified my expectations I have recently been down in Mississippi and have made such a canvass as gives me confidence to say that the conditions in that State are much the same as thev are in Kentucky and that with the result in Kentucky as a standard to draw to it euly requires active and energetic work to snatch the Mississippi brand as it were from the burning 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the theatre of the three imixirtant minor affairs of Browns Ferry Wauhatchie and Orchard Knob Nearly all of the great armies of the Fnion and of the South led by many of the foremost chieftains on each side took part in these engagements The Confederacy rallied from every section to save Chatta stronghold nooga its mountain the centre of its railroad system and the gateway to its cotton belt The North ess men from Maine Minnesota and Missouri and from every State within those outposts of her military power and with these tones were first Rose- crans Thomas Bragg and Longstreet and then Grant Sherman and Hooker with a long list of the most distinguished corps commanders on each side The divided nation waa gathered here in arms The act establishing the park was apÂ¬ proved August I8B0 It required about two years to set lire title to the lands through condemnation in the United States courts As the bill pro vided that ow ners desiring to remain on their lands could continue to occupy them at a nominal rent there was general and cordial local support for the scheme The average cos of the lands of the Chickamauga field has been 29 pel acre The construction of the roads has occupied three seasons As both sides have been equally interested and impartial represented in everything pertaining to the establishing of the park and in the ascertaining and preserving of its military history the original act and all Bnhscqoonl legislation affecting the park and appropriations therefor have passed the committee of OongHsB and both Houses by unanimous vote The appropriations including 75000 jnat made for the coming fiscal year have been 5725000 This does not include S HHX to be expended by Secretary Lamont in preparing for the approaching dedication The commission for establishing the park was organized by Secretary Proctor with General J S Fullerton as chairman General Alexander P Stewart representing the Confederate army Colonel S C Kellogg U s A the third memler and secretary and General 11 V Boyntou historian and general assistant Major Frank G Smith Second United States Artillery has rilled Colonel Kelloggs place since the latter was de tailed as military attache of our legation P Smartt of Chatta at Paris Mr eoOBjs is an assistant in Confederate work Secretary Proctor and Secretaries Elkins and lamont have each taken a deep interest in the work of Assistant Secretaries Grant and Doe to whom much of the executive work has been intinutiil In- ill iiiTtirii it ili country Itecomes aciiuamted at the dedi- cation with the immense work whirl these cabinet officers and tiieir Assistant Secretaries have so efficiently and satisfactorily directed it is sure to award these officials untiuted and merited praise Harpers Weekly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 YA Â¬ tions and annoyances but andonbtedly For Boys the husband has as many cares in business A servants duties For Men aiiYontiis should be carefully explained to her and Wear W L- - Douarlm aIiocs and lave from All and S3 OS at pair lSO each hour should find Ha appointed lask lacn Width Tbe adrmnee inthe itlur has and i ai quality price otthT Bakes Uat If this is neglected the mistress should AV reiuain prthe name I DouelA hoe name at tut A business not overlook the fault nan Ti le tin W kaaSSSnSBBBSSl and SSSBal i r soldoy on sole tells his clerk w hat he experts him to do JACK FKEEMAN and if the clerk does not obey orders he 4- Richmond Ey is promptly discharged unless some ex cellent and sufficient excuse is given We women are much too apt to overlook to Creditor little faults in our servants rather than scold them We do the neglected work ourselves which teaches no lesson and Chas Iigi Assignee is an exceedingly bad method Obedi vs ence should be exacted and respect fol- W atts Shearer lows closely after Harpers Bazar All persons having claims against the firm of Watts Shearer as also against Vm Watts and Wm Shearer are hereby FREE FARMING FOR THE lOOR hisev-ery-day A r Â¬ 400 Jif SSht 350 St MJ 250 225 250 200 175 cant touch elsewhere Gauze and Muslin h -- Ind rwar at attention your own price it will save you Give this 30 day ca ale TOsJT nooey We m an BUSINESS Respectfully White GREAT Men- - Gibson Gauze Undershirts Balbriggan -1 binr kite 1 Mii- - Indershirts Drawers I Â¬ long sad abort Men- - Balbriggan o 2c up A Call WHITE CORN VS YELLOW The jiiestiou of the difference of the value between white and yellow corn has l een a matter for investigation for many ears It is about thirty years or more since the New York State Agricultural Society undertook some analyses to determine the feeding value of the two kinds and the result was to the effect writing from memory only that the white grain had considerably more fat cr oil iu it thau the yellow grain This lite contrary to popular belief at the time the color of the grain leading caoet persons to supose that there must be more oil in the yellow varieties The proportion of oil in the white corn was six to seven per cent which waa a notable increase over that in the yellow corn Now the Mississippi station has tested the productive ability of the two varieties with the result of providing by sev- Â¬ eral years results that the white grain is the more prolific of the two kinds to the extent of two or thj ee bushels er acre t p to six or seven bushels As these re- Â¬ sults agree verv closely with those reached at seven other stations the total results being gained from 1287 testa with liferent varieties they may be safely accepted as a rule tor guidance by corn growers New York Times -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sdiarpsburg Kv TO CHILDREN THE The Child Culture Department per tic ten cent for ban Journal helps mothers of each of the Phrcnoelopim-nt - BICYCLE AN OUTLET WOMANS ZEAL OUT OF TOWN WORK FO WLER WELLS CO Publishers cr M wJVJ ir ixcni la a i J- 2J Ea t it St New Y There was a good deal of pith to Mrs Stantons remark in reply to Bishop that women are riding to suf Thev may not be trage on the bicycle riding to Buflraije but thev are riding they everywhere and everywhither want to go Certainly aud conspicu- Â¬ ously they are riding in auy sort of 36 philanthropy that promises notable results in the near luture namely the conversion to the beneficial use of the idle poor of the vacant lands lying in and about our large cities Since the Dealers in hard times set in two years ago the problem of how best to care for the ever growing army of the unemployed has been a Btresusuoa and pressing one S Tinware Detroit baa some 40000 unskilled laborers mostly foreigners with large fam lice A large stock kept constantly on hand and when in the spring of iM work failed and the situation Iieeame serious it occurred to Mayor Pingree to utilize the FARMERS idle lands in the outskirts of his city for Call on us tor Agricultural Im cultivation by the poor in raising food plements of all Ivind for themselves A public appeal for support was BUILDERS keep in stock everthng in We promptly met and a committee headed the hardware line that ou need was bv l aptam t A Oardner I S A appointed to carry out the project We make specialties of About 490 acres were accepted from several thousand offered ploughed har TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING rowed and staked off by the committee into lots of one quarter to one hal an 40 20 acre each Some 3000 applications ere made for these lots but owing to a lack of funds provisiou could be made for only t4ii families Each application was subject to rigid scrutiny and jnly worthy persona with families were given aid To these seed potatoes beans and other seeds were furnished and the crops were planted cultivated and harvested by the people themselves u ider the supervisou of the committee in cluding some thirty lots assigned to widows whose dependent half grown boys cultivated the land means so much more than With few exceptions the plots were you imagine serious and well cared for tie potato crop averaging aliout fifteen bushels per lot or a total fatal diseases result iroml of some 14000 bushels while large quan trifling ailments neglected tities of beans turnips and other vegeta Dont play with Natures bles were raised and daily consumed f greatest gilt health but of which no record was kept the If you are feeling 1 total product heing sufficient to keep the out ot sorts weak iiiople from want and idleness The and generally ex hausted nervous value of the crops produced was from hae fto appetite and cant work i4iHiO and this result was 12000 to begin at once taksecured at a net cash outlay of less than ing the rrost relia ble strencthemng 3000 raised by popular subscription medicine which is Brown s Iron Bit It was found that one third of an acre of ters A fc bot land is amply sufficient for a family to tles cure benefit comes from the raise enough potatoes to last them verv first dose tt tucnt statu your J through the winter and furnish vegeta NEW YORK FASHION LETTER xeetn anu n s bles for the summer and a majority of pleasant to take In the make up of the Summer ward- the applicants were thus enabled with robe for leaving town the bicvele gswn what they could earn in otlier ways to w ithout having Kidney and Liver or rather the bicycle outfit is such an IsB pass through the winter Dyspepsia resource to the p or authorities aid a uiaigia irouDies iortant factor that the choice of material f Constipation Bad Blood and style is a serious question Mohair large sum was also saved to the taxHarper- - Weekly Nervous ailments Malaria or alapaca is a favorte fabric and is payers Womens complaints equally desirable for street and traveliug IN CLARK CROIS it ha rrftssed red Get nnlv th t iiiiiti costume on account of its light weight W hies on the wrapper Ail otners are suo- - receint of two 2c stamns wc Linen duck and holland in tailor form Most of the wheat has been cut and snd set ol Tei Beautiful World with blazer or Eton jacket and dainty threshing has begun iu some place A Fair VKwa and book fee cotton or silk shirts are made up for mid few weeks ago the prospects indicated S BROWN CHEMiCAL CO BALTIMORE MO summer wear For cooler days the Nor- one of the biggest crips of wheat ever Wbx4sayAsAssnarsAsyAnAy Mo folk jacket increases in popularity grown here but in many places these hair also appears iu the new bathing cos- promises were not realized In some BRIDGfFORDS tumes and is a serviceable fabric at it places an insect of some kind injured it does not easily absorb water The Tril- In other places black rust struck it hcii RANGE by jackets now so popular are very nearly ripe and the grain filled out im- Â¬ pretty in mohair lined with bright colors perfectly In these places the threshers SEE THEM and trimmed with revere of velvet or silk will find an immense amount of itraw EXAMINE THEM These jackets are tuade up in the same without a corresponding yield of grain material of the skirt as well as pique In other places the crop will be excellent PURCHASE THEM embroidery and linen to be worn with This is particularly the case in the South- Â¬ Fancy waists are moreabun wool skirts ern part of the county AloDg the dant more varie and more attractive Boonestniro pike bevond the Waterworks than ever The styles fabrics and trim the soil is peculiarly adapted to wheat ming with their Dresden and Watteau The soil is coarse black open and po- Â¬ etlectsare ideal rous drying quiikly and not far from Delicate white toilettes are exquisitely the limestone Along this road vegeta trimmed with Louis N V ribbons and tion in the spring is at least two weeks Marie Antonettc berthas large Leghorn earlier than elsewhere Crass tomes hats massed with flowers of every hue sooner and cattle get fat quicker If add the final touch of picturesque effect sutlicient rain falls corn does well out it In looking over the new fashion Maga is liable to burn zines at hand we lind the Paris Album The tobacco crop looks better than it of Fashion Iji Mode de Paris The did a week or two ago but the protpei ts French Dressmaker and Iji Mode is far from satisfacto y here Hurirg the Co 4 West hot dry weather planters couldn published by A McDowell 14th street New York City unusually and much of that already set did A attractive this month large quantity haa been set in tho last l a Modede Paris and Paris Album ten days or two weeks too late for a ot Fashion cost 3 00 each for a years crop unless the summer aad fall in subscription or 55 cents a copy The should be singularly propitious French Dressmaker Is 300 per annum The hay crop is also quite short and BY or lit cents a copy and la Mode hay will be high Democrat a year or 15 centsa copy you are un If f Lumber Per Sale able to procure either of these journals CL from your newsdealer dont take any sub Call at the Climax office and got in Â¬ Untr but apply by mail to Messrs A formation about a choice lot of poplar McDowell Co 4 West 14th Street New and oak lumber for sale at Kings Dealer in Hardware and Tinware York 4A- iuu Cheap for cash 3S 35 Â¬ To Hasen S Pingree Mayor of Detroit belongs the credit for a departure in notified to file the same legally erified with the undersigned Commissioner S E SCOTT MC MC C Ladies Vesta and BARGAINS Mens Laandried Shirts large took to select from -- TAYLOR BROS and sec them before roe boy Fan- Fan- w We want to supply Opes and In- every man HARDWHR E AT an and child in Richmond with fans -- d hut fans t 1 s and I A titter line at 35 t 75 and Dont fail Â¬ ELDERS what we bare in above line Pants Is Parasols W- ban imnien e line of Umbrellas and Parasok at up Â¬ Â¬ fip Robes 25e tip Â¬ In Poor Health Browns i1sihiS BARGAIN Window Shades I0eeosapl Curtain Poles loo up We -- ell more Envelopes and Ia STDRE per for 5c than Toa bay else Â¬ where for 25e jc per yard Matting 1 1 Table 70 6 Cloth 15e per yard inches wide il i t f Gurney Patent Refrigerators KraMOls Why the iurnry Oatsells All Csafslssfl The Gurrev havins a removable Fir galvanized ice compartment make- - trie only cleanable refrigerator and beini tree ywTJBrJM1 from damage bv the ice pick overcomes a The Gur- common fault ot refrigerators nev is SO constructed that the ice does not come in contact with the side wails thus preventing all condensation or Sweating On the inside lining an important feature of cleanliness and durability When the dryness is tested Second preierence is given to the Gurney Third Experimental tests have proven that a pound of ice will cold and hold at a lower and more even temperature more cubic inches of space in a Gurney than in any other known- lefrigerator Fourth Standard authorities show bv actual tests that nrrneral wool with which the iurne - packed is the onl 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 one third the r on the time from two to lour decrees lower temperrture than any other market Yours in improvement- - SHACKELFORD CENTRY i Â¬ Â¬ Iron Bitters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ It Cures Â¬ A ti Finally Settled The Silver Question To ratten prosHrity and contentment in thi city ami Madison countv call at our NEW STORK and exchange your silver for the cheapest goods in Richmond Cottons Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ECONOMIST I 1 Corsets Gloves Collars Cnifs Calicoes Ginghams Â¬ Handkerchiefs Fans Ties Socks Snspenders Pants Overalls Percales Nainsooks Pnrses Soaps Towels Â¬ Satints Hambnrgs Laces Shirts Trnnks Sboe and Oxford -io5ierij Our flobbij 58 Sold Richmond miiMw WC 41 40 R T Hays Richmond Ky No 9 First St THE CLIMAX rviuuu ivui wed The Climax Printing I WOT MAD AXD WONT PLAY JUDGE Â¬ Co FRENCH TIlTtiV P AKMKK - KlIIToK Mip TRICE PKK YKAR fl50 The Harnxlsburg Sayings Gen Hardins home organ has got mad alxmt the platform and jumped the game He just says so we hear that he cant stand on that blini taked gallows like scaffold Now what we cant understand is why it takes so much more room for a little bit of fellow to stand around on than u great big fellow Wats standing on it ALL KIGHT NOW HARLAN DRINK MILK AND EATS 1IK LIKE A lOOR CLLRK ADvaansoTG SPACE bates l 3 4 5 s Inches lack i uu i ya 5 a 3 Inches Inches Inches y 3 4 75 i s So 00 00 3 50 4 00 350 WCol 600 800 Q OO 6 00 500 900 OO s 00 6 00 7 4 50 7 00 10 00 12 on 15 I o 9 00 lice 15 1300 17 75 22 30 18 97 42 tX 6000 3450 5000 8000 O COI OO oc 00 27 ox 00 4000 co 00 15 00 19 00 21 00 7 11 I2 17 33 28 34 40 00 50 25 75 50 00 OO Readme notices 10 cents a line for first in ne for each additional insertion ee and similar mat ter at half rates No specified position sernoi When Wat and we were in the Penitentiary together for about two years a dozen or more years ago Wat as commissioner by virtue of his office s At turnev General and we as general Kouth eru agent for the lessees we found Wat as level headeil and large brained a- He was the Napoleon o the ablest e were torn mission however not for Wat before the State convention bmm otl but we are cow and shall be till 7 oclock of the afternoon ol the tirxt Tuesday in Novetulierand for four Hereafter ISMS Â¬ Â¬ WEDNESDAY STATK IrKNiMKATIC WAT HARMS J1IY 10 18WS KNOItH TICKET of Mercer r cr i I I The Kentucky Southern Railroad is now a certainty The articles of incorK C IliKli f Clay poration were fiied in the office of the Secretary of State on Jane 1sth in com- Â¬ C NORMAN pliance with the new corporation laws For office of Kentucky When solid men like 10 these walk up and plank down the solid cash as now required under the new Democratic For STHE law we know they mean business and This is not only theory but is illusH NkV I HA 1 that the road will lie built The incur trated in the history of all of the carpet n HHu drk TrfOMPS porators are Messrs i Lionel Preseott bag jovernments in the South where the of Ixndon England W S Manning of constituency ot the two parties was an OK R 10 A Mil II A HOW W H Kinnaird L F Hub- Â¬ Wwronsin alagous to the constituency of the two ble R L Hubble and R K MRolierts part es in this State It is illustrated It would lie well enough for the Dis- of Iancaster and lames D Smith of nly everywhere throughout the world and JOHN CHINA trict Republican Convention to occupy Ixindon Ky The incorporators consti- STATK POPULISM CONVENTION history anil if this is so jf the cause of the Circuit Court room during its session tute the board of directors with G Lionel BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS Ol Den ocracv is the cause of good govern No HO IN 10LI1 Cti A splendid lot ot piss tor sab from n in srveral States in Richmond if it were not for the pre PrescoU President W S Manning Vice HKII LOUISVILLE LAST WEEK 120 ment then every Democrat who is a breed ofhogs A SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correspondence solicited cedent Bat if one convention secures Iresideht I1KIKO TES PRKSEXT K Hubble Secretary Wm silver adherents patriot and feels like doing his duty the room another will want it this that H Kinnaird Treasurer It has not vet TICKKT nt of gulil coin is fiat hat K per ought to make an honest effort to pre- Â¬ H and the other plea for its use will be beaa fully determined whether the road 10 r vent Kentucky from falling into the 47 nl alloy For Governor made and the end will never lie readied will leave the L and N at Mt Vernon They argue then from that a eoia Bsay as ham s of the Republican party TIB IM ASS PKTTIT of Dav be n per cent hat ar Ti or even all For instance nana comes the South Eaat or at the mouth of Little Rockcastle call on all true Demi rats to rise to an For Lieutenant Governor ern Medical Association w by not let the river Both routes are pulling for the tli and that a hat appreciation of the situation to prepare JOHN J BLAIR of Nicholas IMKKlts IlASK IlT IN doctors hive the Court room as well as road and as usual the longest pole will tr though not inlen haiiL ahle with for the fight and do everything they can For Treasurer the Republican convention To these resolutions is added the iniFurther knoek the persimmons This means the Would be a g nl lullar to elect the Democratic State ticket M R GARDNER of Hardin along the Grand Commandery will meet expenditure of large tiative and referendum offered as an sums of money in beaded by Gen 1 Wat Hardin wire one tenth iir HEALS CURES So it goes ad inliiiiteni amendment by Mr Parker which was For Auditor Kentucky and we hope as some of our iinient would hold food but in Richmond In conclusion let me sav while havCuts Colic adopted after being debated nearly all C H DEAN of Woodford people are on Ihe inside track that they The pure gold in a coin ing the kindest sentiments for those who Cramps Burns COINCIDENCE morning Bruises DiarrHoea will pull some of the filthy lucre this ne nl the coin the For Register of Ijind Office have supported my opponent I want to Scratches Flux lodge George V Iavne was the first way Ijincaster Record being thrown ia merely to harden The referendum resolution is as follows J K cl ICKSALL of Wolf fervently thank the tried and true friends Bees of Cholera baptized iu the new Baptist We favor a constitutional amendment art if cither its who have stood so faithfully and earnesly For Attorney ieneral Animals and Morbus THE CREDIT SYSTEM church and his daughter was the tral iut for a svsteni of direct legislati m by bv me in this cam Bugs Etc lie s M PEYTON ef Hart Nausea Changes of which 90 per cent of the legal voters of per bride married in the church Another Tastes Good For Secretary of State Water Etc coincidence in connection with the mar- Why do merchants encourage the credit the state on state matters or the same hat is pure f SmsllB Good DON SINOLKTARY of Hickman l GIB II KHIS KIT Wl K Vou answer that you dont per cent in any legal sulxlivision mav nt ouiiiv standard that is with riage of the daughter was that the Chris system BREAKS UP A COLD For Sup Public Instruction Mi Chairman and Felliw Democrats If the system weie by iietition have submitted to all the ol cupiier alluv in it An tian name of the bridegraeai and the Yea but you do Sold Evzrwhehc25 amo 50c Per Bottle Mo Relief Mo Pa II H FARMKR of Henderson With an iaexpreaaible sense of gratitude not encouraged by the merchants i yx size contains two and one half times as uch as 25c bottle people of the state or to the people of Georgetown lins and a four ushers is William to the friends who have so loyally ves would not le in existence to day HERB MEDICINE CO SPRINQFIELD For Commissioner of Agriculture Did such sulxlivision to test their sovereign ns uf pure rimes so lovingly stood by me in this race you ever stop to think that the mercanM LSCOTT of Shelby will on any act of legislation ndard gold S AFTKR SIXTY TWO TEARS with 10 ill will toward any with a pro tile community of the country are the iiulation of For Inited States Senator found admiration for the devotion of the only body of men that tolerate the credit For the Climax r 11 grains in a dollar K BATE ofJeten Isev las c Backer ef Clinton III CLARENCE Florida friends ol my honored opponent who system Lets see you buy postage it tin- pure arrived here Monday night and left IlATKOKM I think all in Florida now wearsa hope- Â¬ have atood ao gallantly by him I accept taniis postal notes money orders etc n is wurlh a dollar Tuesday for Mortonsville where he was Preamble The Omaha platform is a ful appearance The crops of vegetahles this nomination feeling that both love curacy should sav horn 7 years ago Mr Backer left on credit try it and see what will be and fa ite are forgotten in that higher duty said io to the theater and you pay broad proKst against the monopoles and were mostly marketed in good shape and a dollar Woodford overic J in jire when I a bid we all owe to party and to country Fixpress companies demand their evils which have sprung up and time the corn and late crops being put that the grains of vear of age and had never leen lia k money cash and railroad tickets are cash on de- lieen fostered under the rule of the in good shaie for the rainy season which Ditleiences there have been differences II a dollar are 2578125 aatil Monday His father was Ahmed there ever will lie on policies profondly livery to the purchaser Whv should Ieiiiocratic and Republican parties began aliout twenty days late this vear In aapport of oar assertion we ipiite backer aa old settler in the Mirtois They deserted the of Jefferson important to the people yet a party rd iriiiii the Hon ville neighborhood Mr Rncker found not the merchant demand and receive and Lincoln The principles party stands Melons are plentiful and consequently Peoples low cash I founded upon the very bed rock of civil impy liecause he encourages the Mint to wil two aetata in the county Mrs susan liberty with its record its history and It may be an imros for the principles of industrial progress Dep ii We are now planting late field peas Hudson the mother of Win Hudson the credit system le 11 i in Tin and its traditions so inspiring can never sihihty to completely eradicate the svs-- and human liberty None of their be sweet potatoes and garden stuff for home and Mrs Ware He talked with a niiru mili fhavtrat trayals of trust has resulted in so much IS I die and must never disintegrate With use The first tiling in putting out i the old residents of Versailles iciii our sinci limitation on credit is a lisaur of in r varied in- T 1riD on the right road and its evolution outstretched arms as your bondsman to sweet xitatoes is to cut into halves or ay but didnt find anyone whom step day your servant in this titjht before us will le practically a cash basis system of dustnes and in as much wrong and quarters and put into ridges covering SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS he remembered in his awihuud days misery to our people as their deliberate hichmond Ky I ask you to help me save old Kentucky between n I of the ahoee pais about eight inches This is done early The business part of Versailles was en- doing business It is worth a trial and Ont rt rlnDin ivply to VOW inquiries I Kentucky the only State in the Union should be bagaa at once It would and persistent legislation on the financial in the year In March and April vi Shrport Ask snmt shunt in roar letter oi the litii tirely strange to him though he said quickly spread like question There is a right and a wrong that nver did go other than Democratic measles in a country SholhTTill draws and slips are taken from ia mm as Lciiutus Kietal old dwellings in the town looked Hit school and when it does it will solve the principle under this question the two these and set as in Kentucky these once more with roar help will remain W C RIV familiar to him issued from tin Gen laji r Agent I amnati O Demot ratic 1 thank you gentlemen When silted principles areas different at light and make the early potatin s In the rainy Mr Bfket ana a minister in the great problem for all time mints f the intain the down it would lie found that the credit darkness On one side of this question season the vines which have grown to Methodist church for more than SOjreata QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE m pure gold the alby- is us d system is the progenitor of and responsi- to day the Democratic and Republican a considerable length on the seed ridges Why Not Vou siinpiv to harden the metal but forms Is ing retired a couple of years ago ble for more e i Is parties stand together aide by side or that alert the finan- Â¬ - Versailles Sun banks are cut off and into twelve or When thousands of people are taking the value nl the coin cial and business world than all other backed by the Rothchilds tie bankers eighteen inches in length These are Hoods Sarsaparilla to HUM the D mid win TOILETTES FOB JULY agencies combined Not only this but the contiactionists am the gold trust dropped crosswise of the new made weakmss and languor which are so com sWVWV-y-tin- eiiiineicia ratio lietween the VSJVlSSVVV-yv-v- LAVS MANLY ACCEPTANCE it fosters extravagance the purchase of on the other 6ide stands tl e Peoples ridges by one and another pushes the MR mom at this season why are vou not do- Â¬ Which is found on all newsdealers goods Iwometals should lie as to the silver OF DEFEAT which can be very well done party single handed but backed try middle into the ground with a stick ing the same When you know that in a every patriot who has realized the real raining 3i pare counters is attracting much admiration w ithout Industrial World These make the main fall winter aud Hoods Sarsaparilla has power to cure owing tu its lieautifully lithographed -- ent dohai danger that confronts us and that this is Fellow Democrats and Friends spring crop rheumatism dyspepsia and all diseases cover For some months past it haslseen wmild lie aortfa the paramount issue upon the correct soin gold Four years ago I went down iu defeat in caused bv impure bin I whv WHEAT do vou conPeas are grown for both man and the practice of its publishers to decorate fully vmirs lution ot which depends not only all this same hall aud I cheerfully submitted tinue lo suffer cures others as the patent medicine adver the cover with a floral design in keeping I I other industrial reforms but the civiliza- beast PaaaroK to the decision Again to night I go why not on Primary receipts for the year ending tisement says FCarly sowing gives a crop dow with the seas n The July issue contains f the Mint n in defeat and I again cheerfully June 0 will likely be about lOO00lMl tion and Christianity of a great nation rune aiu uy a succession ot sowing in a Isoquet f tiladiolas which for daintl- We fully realize that not all the social r lallacv is dt submit to the decision and pledge my bushels against looOOOOOil bushels last a table never lacks a chief constituent Hoods Pills are prompt and efficient design or coloring cannot be sur lied hearty and earnest support to the nomivear or an average of 144000000 bushels political and industrial ills that affect of the Crackers diet ff the vines 2SC the people can lie cured by a proper argument in favor passed by nature herself A summer for the past decade nation of this convention Fxports will likelv girl attired in a dream of tennis costume of th financial system bui the magnitude of are kept clear of the older peas they bear unlimited eua Parties cannot exist unless the minorequal 147000000 bushels against IttjOOQ till frost liy a celebrated Parisian modiste A new line of buggies carriages sur com otio f at the litt nl tu pi except the pletes ity submit to the rule of majority I bushels last season or an average of the contest on this issue is so porten this pleasing picture Within the who own orange groves are think the Democratic party is formed for ries barouches and wagons past received Those Iling the wealth of WE SELL AS LOW AS WE CAN LOW EB MajMaJM bushels the past ten years It tious and the enemy is so firmly enCome and see them more hopeful Many are letting them great purpose and that any Democrat They ate dandies the mine Miicr at the exiense of all hook is gathered a rich variety of artistii is generally conceded the M THAN EVER BEFORE invisible is be trenched behind the legislative judicial go to rack iesigns for citv mountain or seaside while many are trimming is unpatriotic and unfaithful to his State Made 01 the best material and guaran the at e of the Cuitc low the average and likely to be near the and executive departments of our GovM WE HAVE TOO MANY wear which are tersely described in every ernment that we invite the assistance of fertilizing and plowing I have seen a unfaithful to himself unfaithful to the teed Frices lower than ever before particular of their make up even to the minimum amount at the lieginnineof the all those who favor more money and few young oranges In some parts of true Richmond Carriage Works WE ARK AFTER CASH friends who have stood bv him who crop year July in Chicago and August Mmmn ii is having earthquakes tornaquantity of material required tor persons S L MidkirT Proprietor 39whether they fully agree the State there will be somewhat of a will not give cordial support to the party here in Great Britain and on the Conti- less misery of medium size The illustrations in- Â¬ crop Pineapples anil bananas are grow- when he is defeated ai r New winter wheat is being offered with us on other issues or not clude dresses fie all ages from the babe nent Platform Finance Land and legis- ing nicely lust Wfcafl Seeded I tnia but the When I started into this canvass I IJARKAGE to arrive sparingly in winter wheat prim-upward and an- - carefully drown and well I promise something of the cities and wi past rinding out lativeTherefore we the Peoples party ion rHOPRIETOR was opposed to bringing the financial Exclaim thousands of people who have printed No other fashion magazine af- ary markets Thrashings do not indicate of the State of Kentucky in convention Tampas Mid Summer Carnival any material improvement in the quantinext question into the canvass and the reason aken HHids Sarsaparilla at this season re holding high fords so rich a feast of the very best ami We guess the winter assembled though we believe and re- Â¬ time I close with another one of our of that was this I felt that to decile the of the year and who have noted the succarnivals all over the land as if the Dev- latest styles as Toilettes Price 20 cents ty anticipated question as to who should be nominated cess of the medicine in giving wheat crop will likely equal about BO affirm the Omaha platform ask for the Ireaks of nature il Wei them reat all newsdeal One of the Florida wonders is an im- Â¬ for Governor by the Democratic party by lief from that tired feeling 000000 bushels against a reported yield suffrage and co operation of every voter wanting ap in the State and welcome to our ranks mense volume of water of 320000000 and I ranees have the third that boils up in how he stood on the financial question petite and state of extreme exhaustion bushels last season at SEEK THE THE SUPPOSED NEW WOMAN wonder of the worl present thespring wheat yield isexiteeted all who believe with us iu the following the middle of the St Johns river at a ignored every proper consideration that after the close confinement of a long win- Â¬ ute COOL The suppiscd new woman is an excluaeae regarded added to their Back place known as Devils Fallow one mile should enter into the determination ol ter season the busy time to Ik- - the largest one grown except the demands attendant upon sive product of American civilization First We are unalterably opposed to east of Palatka Although soundings this question I knew how divided the a large and pressing business 18V1 crop when the yield was given 210 during the That able and ancient exponent ol The Autocrat in July Mid Continent 285000 bushels Rains have recently increasing our already great burden of have been made at Palatka to the depth party was and 1 felt the aggravation of spring months and with vacation time IH iick racy the lia iinore Magazine un nomi She has had the shrewdness been reorted as doing damage ordinarinational debt by the unnecessary issue of of KM feet no bottom has been found our differences could only injure the tet some weeks distant It is then that lohn Carlisle for President lo see how much admiration Mr lhmeas ly June rains in the Northwest aid in interest bearing bonds in times of peace It is battered to 1k the outlet of Falling Democratic party and might make proba- the builcing up powers of Hoods Sar ELE6ANT THROUGH WA6NER SLEEPING r Baraaai eli ited from his com atriots maturing a good and we deplore and condemn the recent Creek a considerable stream that sinks ble the aaceeal of the Republican party saparilla are fully quality yield Russian Tin State Democratic Candida CARS run daily between appreciated It seems lor the cieer manner in which he was Argentine and Indian shipments conaction of the Democratic Administration into the earth eight niles north of lake Therefore in a spirit of faithfulness to perfectly adapied to The house and lot in Irvine Kv rence at Louis die Monday decid Â¬ overcome that pros i onstantiy tricking them she has seen tinue large but the past week shows a at Washington not only selling our City in Columbia county Thecal known as the Riddell house Democratic rule in the State of Ken- tiati in c used by A lovely ed to eliminate the currency question change of season cli how easily the most world wise men have small falling off situation and going at a bargain the amount afloat de nat onal credit at a price below its mar- Â¬ of drowned animals have been known to tucky I earnestly protested against the mate of le and while it tones fnjm the State camp 2 and sus Ten thousand acres mineral and leen faked iu many ways Surrounded creasing 2000000 bushels It is quite ket value but eseciully lor surrendering come up in this boil showing that part lugging of that question into this canvass t dns the system it puiitics and vitalizes timber land on Station Camp and its VIA are in favor ol the Ileniocratic by frauds in era of fakes an unwilling possible it will decrease further the com to tie Rothchilds and other bankers our of the stream must lie above ground hut against my protest and earnest eL- - the blood tributaries Contains over three feet fine witness to the deference paid to having ail the offices the Repub cannel coal 40 inches block coal and ing few weeks and our visible shows no financial independence for six months Several of the oldest citizens in the counoeavor 11 was nigged in and made an isis it any wonder that she gain until about September immense quantities of hard wood and lican parly ail the isensions and the lj and in the by u secret contract the infamy of which ty concur in the story that some forty sue When I first entered upon that poplar timber entered voters all the excursions Frank should find some novel trick to draw at- - meantime decline below any point since is without parallel in our history years ago the carcass of a cow was thrown policy it appeared that the wave in fasor and C W M Railway 3 Four hundred acres coa and timtenton to her own merits She has loo May 1IS2 European visible stocks are fort Argus Second In order to secure and mainup by this geyser that bore the mark and ol the free and unlimited coinage of silber lands on the waters of Sturgeon THE DIRECT ROUTE TO much sound worth to resort to anything about 200000H bushels less than tain a safe sound and flexible currency brantl of Colonel Goodbread a well ver at a ratio of Hi to Creek Lee countv Kv at a bargain was irresistable a year Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse Tin hardest lick that Uradley has bad iu itself aud to much cleverness ict ago The Preach crop is 4 House and thirteen acres of land reimrted as in- we demand that the national banking sys Â¬ known cattle owner of Columbia county but I took my stand then and although at Richrrond Kt lor Ihe week ending City Elk Rapids Charlevoix vet received is that given him by the A at Millers Creek Kv The R N I lhat tie- - degenerate of the time is dicating a shortage of about 10 or 12 ser tem and all banks of issue be alxilished B at that time whose stock usee to graze that wave has receded and although the July 10 P As in endorsing him Petoskey and Bay View depot will he located on this when the deliver me not to be most attracted bv what is of real cent from last season with a probability and in addition to the free and unlimited on the banks of Falling Creek Back Lizzie sentiment is now for sound money RoUoway Martha The bed s extended from my friends This is the only line by which passengers exclaimed the poet value in woman She belongs to KiKgS Kcmacf clulis they will require about 40000000 hunh--1- s coinage ot silver and gold at the present of this underground stream passes di- have adhered to that policv Now I II mi R J to the Traverse Region are landej Three hundred acres at Kinds StaK or some other fellow W and so far as it is iiossihle to overcome Buchanan tion on R N I BRR Mrs MsatJsa at Traverse City the coming year Great Britains crop ratio of 18 to 1 that the national Govern- rectly under Palatka at a deptli of 201 want to tell you as probably this is the Casey Will iam clay and cla for encaustic tiling abundhas in a short time the selection evolved bv apriears to lie aliout an average their re- ment proceed to issue national Treasury feet KKSSIONAL AsPIKANTS It is tapped along its course within last time I shall ever appear before the Cain A C WITHOUT CHANGE OF PARR N ant on this lanj A bargain oftered Miss Peart i notes all of which shall be a full legal the city by numerous artesian wells people as a candidate cries no no that Chandler Mis Ollie centuries she has eschewed the discus quirements will therefore be in accordCook Martin For full information as to time of trains Station and post office established Talk of candidates for Congress ig be sion of millinery and domestics She ance with their onlinarv increased con tender for all debts uoth public and which throw up a clear cool stream of I am an advocate of sound money and Curry Miss Alary Iut 6 Residence on the corner of Oak and etc write any representative Big Four Iaily H C ing indulged in over le district Among has appropriated the striped madras shirt McCarthy N M High streets T o story frame aaa sumptive demands Russian shipments pri ate and in quantity sufficient to re water to a height of thirty three and one have always been and that I thoroughly Iay William r WUKt MiiHiiis fjallard - mentioned are fin cm of SLel the white collar and cufls the four ii Dixon Hlsa HlantheT Parrish H S rooms with basement and cellar E 0 McCormick Lot from August to June were 10285000 store the general range of prices am third feet above the level of the streels indore the administration of D B Martin imver Ellett t Phelps Kettle M by V a line Hardin ami hand tie she has donned bloomers 90 x Joo leer Young fruit and good Mr M and bushels against Si7iil0Nl bushels same prosiierity that existed belore the de- Â¬ By placing the ear to the pipes of these Cleveland and Kentuckys most dis Pass Traffic Mgr Peters Samuel Genl Pass A TM Aft out buildings Kugett Mis Kdwin i Mercer - and Bell Harding of swung herself astride the diamond frame Rupard Nannie L Argentine reports indij monetization oi silver in 1H7 and to in- wells the unmistakable thunders of sub- Â¬ tinguished son John i Carlisle and if Gentry Ktl crt time last season 7 s Ada and Richif Garrard Louisville Mrs Tobacco Market mond House Good lot on Broadway location A bicycle with the ease of a man aud the cafe too much rain and a lessening sup- crease iu quantity year after year with terranean cataracts are easily recognized Smith W S to night vou had adopted a free and unKv cistern finest Harris Mrs Arthur Byilnver A Durrelt baak Ilr I Turner Miss Kna on the street Customary pamer grace ef a woman Staid matrons have ply HrKs H A W - llitiis Vaughn W A Cracker India continues increasing her ex- the increase in population and business limited coinage ll to I platform 1 would Hisle Wl UP J LI I ILK Andy S Sales on our market lor the week iu t House and lot on Noith street d her the pulpit has thundered ports some think from the large reserves so as to maintain equity between debtor have retused to le your nominee should Good Irui- - good ocaiori good closed amount to 3374 hhU with Persons calling for above will please Mt Sterling is to hare a legal hanging against her the comic papers have malic receios and 101 hVwanl I have been nominated because that must exist in consequence of her and creditor to facilitate the develop I could sav for ihe same period outbuildings hbrls Sales on adveitised The negro who killed the policeman se I cartooned her bat she is still with large crops grown in IWS4M and from ment of our great national resources not have defended it The readers ol this pap i will be please P- iimrnet nn e lanuarv 1st amount to S F ROCK J B Willis P M eral week ago is to lx hung There are us That she has in a way made herself omall exports during that time Specu We demand the free and unlimFirst 105 cJo iihds Sales of the crop of Soi We can not afford to have Republi to learn that there is at least one dreaded on our market to this dan- - amount a great many white fellows ai oiit the attractive there is not a doubt but it is at ively speaking prices are often at the ited coinage of siver on equal terms with b tee that science has been able to cure cans rule in the State of Kentucky The we have had only two nni ght mi a more inti the attractiveness of novelty and is net in all its stages low point about the last of June when gold at the present legal ratio of IG to 1 Republican party can not give as good and that is catarrh Awarded auction sales on our markt t this mate acquaintance with the ends of hemp easarilv fleeting In a very few years crop reports and depressing influeuccs without asking the permission of Great Halls Catarrh Cure is the only po itive government to this State as the Demo Highest Honors Worlds Fair nlthr offerings embraced I77hhds topes More convictions for the gallows her club rooms will be occupied wholly seem to react to a maximum point The Britain or any other foreign nation I lie bie grades of cure known to the medical fraternity cratic party on the average any why iomcco MADISON CIRCUIT COL RT leif ooth of the coiorv and and fewer for the Penitentiary are by the genuine new woman and the worlds markets seem to lie more likely nd The National Government has Catarrh being a constitutional disease re Fery nation has just as good governti pe continue hrm at satisfactory prices an J com A Tribbles Executors 1 needed diamond frame bicycle to advance several cents than decline the right and should exercise it to use quires a constitutional treatment Halls ment no lietter and no worse than it male apparel and Notice rnon grades with high colo- - CDntinne i w ill revert to their original sole posessors its option as to the kind of legal tender C tarrh Cure is taken i ternally acting Clapp k Co New York much ves They will have no better lie demand without any tendency toward A Tribbles Devisees fcc THY IT ONCE money with which it will pay any debt directly upon the blood and mu ous sur- cause there will lie no vigorous Meantime the supposed new woman will wealsrnng in values but the other grades public Under a judgment of the Madisoa Cirot hurley hay not rallieo from ira Birhawhnm of the Glasgow have had her pleasures and sorrows she THE FABMEBtT BANK PAYS THE oi obligation ami that it should always faces of the system thereby destroying sentiment on the part of the people to the which was reported last we- - k but dec n cuit Court in the above ca e Irawn lnm the race for will hae married borne children and STATE SuOOO AND ODD JXL give preference to the money that is lie the foundation of the disease and giving enforce it aud they will have no to the term ich all persons h contrary the si worse debts ol any character or aesci lotion ltarf low par in order to appreciate it and to strength to the patient by building up the because they wont submit to it LARSBACK TAN tore in Barrel county He is titled them for the duties ot life she will were rather more aggravated Tie during the gainst the estate of A Tribbedc -- silver shrieker and loves Gen have nursed the sick and comforted the sal s ot this wet k maintain a parity among all of its legal constitution and assisting nature in doing same way with a party The adminisare required to prove and verify the safiie The following quotations Demon love I Pythias bat he sorrowing she will have cheered her When the hank tax cases were decided tender money y repre- - as req nred by law and present them or its work The proprietors have so much tration of a party can not be any better attorn is too narrow for him husbaud and made for him those sacri ii the Court of Appeals several wedts Third We demand that Congress laith in its curative powers that they offer than the party tobicco is payment to and pai ed t Now look at the crop atano on iu Now Jim i personal comfort aud pleasures ago the event was heralded as a great make it unlawful for any note bond one hundred dollars for any case that it constituency of the two parties I will h Uk 11 a abandon that platform with that she has been doing for centuries and victory for the banks and when a few mortgage or other obligation to stipulate fails to care Send for list of testimonials 50 to 2 75 freely grant that the average Repnbli an Common all tin anfnation and grace of the she will have sinned too God pity her days later it was announced that time for payment in gold only or in any Add 3 0o to V white voter is the equal of the average or th ii Medium t IO 5 c0 ry that atood irning deck you aud have made uncomplainingly the pit- Â¬ for filing fl petition for a rehearing had other particular kind of legal tender on Lags not color ian 3 75 FJ CHENEY SCO Prop Toledoo Democratic voter in intelligence in to ist n little bit for we iless expiation which civilized man in ben extended three months it was re- money of the Inited States tfeSSold by druggist 71morality and in inttvest in the welfare to Good Loi Lur s c MOSr PERFECr MADE shoes or your hat imitation of the Sanish Visigoth and that still another great victory bv Fourth Ours is the only political of the State but still every fair minded 50 to Med Leaf any p rt r 00 to 10 A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder State had been party that has ever bail the honesty and Dr Prices Cream Baking ally than Teutouic barbarian has demanded of inks and her are any big Free t I r Crm Powder man must allow that a from Ammonia Alum or any other lOOO to Is 00 adulterant This view of the case may be all patriotism to demand in He cttional Worlds Fair rligtust Mattel and Diploma of the TRI8BL1 the dobto vote to a M OO lo YEARS THE RT mO of Fulton The Womans Rights women prriosed to the Populists in State convention at Lmisville last week to join the said provided the said Pops should put a Womans Rights plank in the platform Bat the lops said they were already loaded to the muzzle with isms and could not risk the straw and camel performance To be repulsed silently by the Bapablt cans and by the Democrats was bad but to thus openlv and flippantly to be jilted by the Populists calls for suicide Hut the Hobos may have a State convention before the season is over And hen there is the independent silver party Most of the members of the supreme court are great epicures and while the court is in session they ranch at the cap itol in a room set apart lor that purpose Nearly all the justices are particular as to what they eat and how it is cooked Harlan however is the exception and one of the attendants once remarked I believe he would be satisfied with plain bread and butter A few days ago w hen the court was not in session he was seen at noontime in one of the cheap lunchrooms for which ashington is famous In one hand the justice held a stone mug full of milk and on the arm of the chair bv his side repose i a piece of apple pre that was i is lunch for that dav He was surrounded by treasury clerks of high and low degree business men and others but he went along munching his pie and drinking his milk just as unconcerned as if it wa6 the proper thing for a f 10 000 a year justice of the supreme court to make his noonday meal otl pie and milk like a 000 a year mes- Â¬ senger Chicago Times Herald Â¬ NEW RAILROAD lns Â¬ right theoretically but practically it doesnt pan out The Farmers Bank of Kentucky the big Frankfort institution gave up out of its hard times earnings six thousand five hundred and fifty six good sound dollars on yesterday and parted with them as a direct result of the recent action of the Court of Appeals President Rodman and Cashier Green decided that the petition for a re hearing could amount to nothing when it did come that the bank had the money that the State needed it and that there was no use putting off the evil day Acting under the new Revenue law requiring banks to pav the State only 4iM cents taxes the Farmers Bank in I8S9 paid taxes and in IBM S4fis40 Now comes along the recent i87 court decision which says the Hewitt law or contract was in force all the time and that the State should have received 7 instead of cents taxes for IBM and IBM and thai same for the present year and all future years during the existence of ths banks present charter As before stated the officials of the Farmers Bank recognizing the decision of the eoi rt and not deeming it necessary to wait for the final technical mandate went up to the Auditorss office in the person of Cashier Green and drew their check for W55BM back taxes for 1S1I3 94 If the other banks of the State would follow the Farmers Bank example the State wouldnt have to wait three months more for altout IBWyBOO back bank taxes that it needs badly Some one has intimated that the new revenue law worked so that it got as much from the banks for 42 cents as the Hewitt law did for 7 cents This cant be so for the Farmers Bank State taxes under the new law for IXi were 4os40 while under the re enforced Hewit law they are for the same year something like SS27G0 Frankfort Capitol Â¬ j 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t inl platform for a graduated income tax The Supreme Court of the UuitedStates in its recent decision has declared that our Constitution does not allow this jnst ami equitable tax In the language of The practical if not Justice Harlan the direct effect of the decision to day is to give to certain kinds of property a position of favoritism and advantage that is inconsistent with the fundamental principles of our social organization and to invest them with jiower and influence that is perilous to that portion of the people upon whom rests the larger part of the bu dens of the Government and who ought not to be subjected to the any dominion of aggregated wealth more than the property of the country should be the mercy of the lawless Fifth Therefore we demand an amend ment to the Catted States Constitution to provide for a graduated income tax State First We view with alarm the recent decision of the Court of Appeals of this State in the Bank Tax Case and believe it to be subversive of the spirit and letter of the Constitution itself which requires Jdiat all property shall be taxed alike the property of a corporation just like an individual The effect of this decision is to exempt property of the banks from all local taxation and thereby throws the whole burdn of municipal government upon the other classes in our cities and towns We sincerely trust that the court will yet sustain the sovreign will of the people by reversal of their decision Second We denounce the system that practically gives a monopoly to the American ISook Trust of our common school hooka and insist that the largest competition should be giveu in the purchase of all books for the benefit of the children of our State Third We deplore the action of the Oeneril Assembly in increasing the salaries of Judges of the Court of Appeals and other officials in our State at a time when all values are decreasing and dis-Â¬ tress is manifest in every household and demand economy and retrenchment in every department of government and promise our oest endeavors to decrease the burden of taxation as far as may Ise consistent with good government Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W D HOWFL1SON THE HUSBAND INirPED BEAUMONT COLLEGE reenter KswrlT OAHiHTKK A 0LLRKR K i tial oi higher educa i Â¬ I Â¬ - gil Â¬ lCIulv I t Â¬ i The appearance in most instances where the injured husband kills the destroyer of bis peace is that he is not at all maddened out of hisself poasession He goes about his crime with very nota hie intelligence and deliberation He steals upon his victim or lies in wait for and I him with entire self possession have no doubt that he has forecast the chances of his acquittal tar his misdeed before he does it I have no doubt that tar oftenest he would never dream of killing the destroyer of his peace if he were not goaded to it by a fear ot the shame he must suffer unless he murders one of the paramours or both of them It is therefore an abomniable public opinion which forces him just as in other times an abominable public opinion woulil have forced him to kill the slayer of his brother or in yet other times to fight a duel We have got rid of the avenger of blood and we have got rid of the duellist but the husband maddened by his injuries still remains to the enjoy ment of an impunity in murder beyond the privilege of any other homicide The theory which his apologists pro-Â¬ ceed upon is that the betrayed wife is always the prey of her paramour In the words of Mr Clews unless the re- Â¬ porter has mislanguaged him the para mour is supposed to insinuate himself into a home under the guise of friendship and with studied sly ensnaring arts alienate lh affections and betray the honor of the wife of his friend But very possibly this is not the way it happens except in the emotional drama and in very romantic novels though it may happen so in real life It seems probable that the injured husband some times knows tiiis quite well when in the fine frenzy of liecorning a law nnto him- Â¬ self and preparing to do his injurer to death Very likelv he would willingly let both paramours go but the public opinion behind him urges him to do murder in behalf of his sullied honor and the cause of domestic purity He knows that if either paramour merits murder at his hands one merits it as much as the other and that his mad ness if it is madness or the god in him if it is inspiration ought to deal equally with them but in the very ecstacy of his abandon he is obliged to distinguish out of deference to public opinion and murder only one of them He may safely count ution getting off with a slight imprisonment if he murders both but he knows that he will not have the sympathy of the community so wholly with him in that event I should like to ask the casuists who excuse or justify him who Bay some that it is his privilege and some that it is his duty to shed his injurers blood why he should be excused or justified for adding murder to adultery T What has been gained for the purity or the peace of the home by this lustration of IiIimkI Has vice been rendered repulsive as the critics used to say of the stories where virtue was always rewarded The moral of the whole affair seems to be that a man may kill the paramour of is wife but is this a lesson at all proaV table to the community What sort of injured husband is it that commonly avails himself of this privilege or dis charges this duty to society Is he com monly a good man Is he ever a good man The statistics are not at hand and one hesitates to hazard the conjecture that he is usually a good Ban a man of pure life himself and a friend of the domestic viitues But if he happens nut to be a good man does he become better by the murder he done Or is it that he has sacrificed himself to the general good and for sake of civilization has taken a crime upon his soul which no good man could commit without lasting remorse Harpers Weekly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j ie Milr Located at one of the loveliest spots in Aimthe Perhaps everv step for solidity Five deurees ialist Ha dra curriculum to be found in any Southern female college Ill SMITH A M r re t Aitimnu- - Lniversitv ol 6 States rr During aWWiilajlaJnraiilOaBlBECIJMKW b KManTanrWUtaU yows newt u m jy the Dull Season If you want anything in LINE tlont tail to go bo lie ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Has stood the Test ol Tins JEWE MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED 3IKKI D P Aimer The Main St Jeweler Â¬ considerable extent illiterate and igno- Â¬ rant so that the average unit of intelligence morality and interest in the welfare of the State in the Republican party is Ixlow the similar unit in the Demo Â¬ cratic party and as the stream can not rise higher than its source as party gov ernment can not be any better than the party itself Republican rule iu this State can not on the average be as good as the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ As he is offering Bargains in Diarrn WatdaM Clock ami Jewelry loch A never ha been ollered beforo ask i you is o come in ami exam in laiiU tin- tock ami we will con you that we mean buria Ir your old gold and silver Will paj cash for it or take it in tr BLUE GRASS HERD ptlaH IIB HUH V I Â¬ R BROINAUGH Crab Orchard Ky TmHTNiNn HOT DROPS Â¬ a- I Jsijmmmjmjmjmjr 17 F 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN I Mfc I lat 1 I i Li-p- i-i- DO YOU WANT A Â¬ Â¬ Ilioli Â¬ WAGON WMS w i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PKhNIUUKY rr Â¬ Jpio Â¬ Â¬ RESORTS OF MICHIGAN Real Estate FOR SALE Â¬ Cincinnati and Bay View Mich - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Big Four Route Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iii 1 Â¬ w Â¬ 1 Â¬ I 1 11 Â¬ -- 1 1 -- Â¬ lr Â¬ 14 r- iJR Â¬ 32 Â¬ i -- s7 NOTICE Â¬ DR rd w Â¬ CREsAM i itef - - BAKING POWDER STANDARD iiorouriev edi I 111 40 Tr THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Natire - JULY Chang Hi tf the Climax lias changer owner ehip all persons indebted to it by ac count are requested to settle at once The aid business must be adjusted and that it lout delay notice of stray steers Â¬ Unusually cool Julv weather The cemetery is improving in looks Huguely continues seriously 1ont H i forget the change in the K C BBM Centra Iuiversit s rant annual cwheat crop tumbled -- 3 cents at at unlay ut the big auction that a August M lor ting at High Bridge will begin next Friday i -- W ill Mr- A lionnleva son continues seri of typhoid fever T Mil continues k with typhoid fevei II ipin continues rai lira P I 1 - jhtly improved seri- yes- - in Braaddua has greatly im health sir to Mallirv is Dr loha aaraaat ii n li tn aboard the for on the high seas Ixiund at the citv tax which is a mistake aa Dillingham Addition cootiai a new house bobbing up every And now the question arises way related 1 is the to the V I IVathcrage and D Feeney lie Hanson inontinieiit un lay et but work has not in tearing the top otf of B the KC p lie- - Court Monday far fighting on Irvine Street Sun lay su ranee on the Camp n of Mrs near Miielaus the Patrick burned last old crow t a former has been awarded to paint the jaii and court ter utond H the residence the Peyton house on Tales 1 reck Avenue II named irned two wt ild patriotic he decorated and naked up his neighbor cannon rrack If yen tie 4th - r David si Rowland Ftmanaa ieratioii ol a para tea to be MAX j louul Cohen White oi Fortowrn fter a months alisei and resumed his Cyclone store girl in town who the clerk refiner an tiling unre- A are to be loiind hereabouts just had a chance every his hot I a in Mrs M i the thanks of her choice k nl mammoth this years grow th ple of u iir liste must ilo letter ire named for a valiant departed n and you must not bring dishonor his name you are mak iiiinh of a rep Bev w Cochran of Mavsville will till Dr Btantona appointment at the lr Prrebyterian church next Bandar dug morning and night and the communion in connec tion with the morning serviie Will Be ItrtfaiaH The tew onVeraof Hrookstown Chris- hnn h will be ordained OB Sunday Inly 1lst the Id Sunday at I p m Kl- II Reynolds and T I Martin tfiiate Kill llr sl Killed unn killer the somewhat il no- Â¬ Garrard county Mon lav an and pistol were Bad he was thoroughly den No tear- - wiillw shel and no questions night to Ik- asked Kentucky Kiver Cats William Wilson caught with a trot Keatackr river last Sat line and 9a urday two cattish weighing Nat Ihoaaaaaa must spectively keep bis eye paebad or the tariff reform man will turn him down 1 I Mdaa lleatb A J Potts died of heart failure at Frankfort on Wednesday July 3rd Buried at Danville with Knight Templar ceremonies He was a resident of Danville an I brother of B C Potts of Rich mond Ieft two sons and two daughters Â¬ Â¬ Horses ComiBS Among the horses that will come to nond Fair this month are those of Rue x Son Danville W A Stanford Fiall Bros Versailles Versailles iay Bros Garrard Bn s Lexington John F Hughes Lexington Santford eater J G Clelland John Hunter si urg Harrv Moody rininence Varaaai treated rugzed rumor has it that nrat r lee davig has quit the Register aud swooped down or Valley View with pei The professor is a thoroughly intentions giod man wheu asleep and a strikingly handsome man seven hundred yards The Register will no doubt find iwav itself as flat as a punctured pneumatic tire Iran Fence Caldwell High School has been treated Second street to a neat ir It is an adj-us- lolK rley Avenue tence so constructed with screws Uiat anv inequality now or at any future time may be readily regulated without It is wrought base throng eottbe base pieces that A hu- s djp Hid at 640 oclock yesterday afternoon he Mr Neville Molierly He has just irrad Speedwell church at I a m Sunday at- Â¬ had to his credit 44 K miles and eighty uated from Virginia Military Institute tested the value of her lovelv christian KENTUCKY CENTRAL RY- pavillion at Mallory Springs at oclock four yards and four American bicycle third iu a class of thirty where he was character She was a devout Baptist Has been my affliction from childhood on Sunday July 21 The public invited records the hundred mile two hundred Lieutenant His company presented him Filer T J Tribble conducted a brief It was caused by impure blood and every spring I waa sure to mile and the twen- with an elegant sword He has hac an and very appropriate service and the reGRASS ROUTE 0 i Thr Tf nted Kit V have a long spell ty four hour The ride was a great one offer from one of the colleges in Missouri mains were followed to their last rest Rev J G Parsons is conducting a pro and my general Married and only a man of iron constitution as teacher i g plare in the Richmond cemetery by a tracted meeting at Panola out on the R health would give Shortest and Quickest Koute from Central c iiild make it Twytnan started at i40 Rev F S Pollitt Pastor of the M F long train of friends am relatives way Doctors did N LAB Kentucky to All Points North Houth He has a large tent and good oclock Thursday afternoon determined Church South of this city is to be mar- COKKKSmiNDKNOE me but little good At the close of the service at the tent audiences Go and hear bin Through daily and South west to make a new American ried Thursday week July IS to Mrs and I became de- Â¬ Wednesday night almost in the midst train service between Cincinrecord and hoping to at least equal CaagM Tin Paisv Hubbard Corlock at home of the spondent Last fJMafW of taking confessions Rev Parsons an- Â¬ nati Middlesborough Ky MILLERS KEEK spring erysipelas the recent remarkable ride of the FrenchSingleton was there and flash lighted bride iu Hudson III Mr Pollitt and We will now have a wedding nounced and Knoxville Tenn settled in my eyea Miss Ollie Pryse daughter of David the land concert Wednesday night He Mrs Carlock met at Richmond near towns around us are up and awake trying man Huret at Paris 514 miles To the young gentleman and lady will please and Points on and I became total- Â¬ Â¬ went up to Kings Station Thursday and w here she taught school during a part of to catch the pennies and the crowd The equal the latter performance it was nec Pryse is visiting Miss Lucy Branden- come forward John Mcintosh ot Fs ly blind for several L NRR Mr Pollitts pastorate of the church in Fourth this year was celebrated by the essary to ride every minute of the time burg of Richmond this week photographed in group the veterans of till and Miss Sarah F Morris formerlv weeks Hoods Sar SenMnle m Iffert lane M 185 Gaaaa BroaiUlus Post including Gen that city Frankfort Capital neighboring towns and as we made no and to do every mile in 2 50 or better Aunt Polly Serivner Mrs Frank Fra of Rstill now of Panola arose and stood saparilla was recommended and after tak- Â¬ No J NO at Boaiaj of the Winchester Sun effort to keep our people at home they For the first four hours the average time ier and Mrs lr R F Hood attended before the preacher After the ceremony ing one bottle my sight gradually returned my blood became purified aud I waa SOUTH BOUND Daily Dally ifo A Five Days Kare and Prof Podge of lerea spent their time and money some other per mile was about 240 and it seemed the Old Baptist meeting at Sand Hill and the prayer thev still stood as if in restored to good health With HoodaSar Kx Sun Daily Kxpreas that Hurets performance would be Saturday and Sunday of last week Banker GreenJeafa attention is called place Something is radically wrong some is well armed doubt as to whether the matter was ended saparilla one LfLU LEE 144 to meet any Lve Cincinnati Fa er llndff ns Market St foe Miss ii am to the subjoined from the Stanford Jour- where We need more enterprise enthus- eclipsed After that a reaction set in 8 19 am S Thacker of Donnelly Lee when the preacher in a very paternal W Lve Covington Remember Memphis Tenn Mr Ixc Palmer of Garrard county nal was compelled to lower his 948 a m Lve Kalmouth ed in our bones The rich man can lav and Twyuian county sold to S B Neal one yoke of consoling and assuring tone remarked Lve CvTithlana 1043 a m and Miss Be nine Hudgcns the llle of ieorge Gentry the colored statesman hack in his carriage and closely hug his speed The fifth hour he let down con1118 a m Ait r work cattle you are now husband and wife you Same man sold to J F Millgrove Madison county were united and fox hunter tells us 1210 n d Arr Lcxiugton that two of his bank stock and dividends but that does siderably and was forcer to take his first West a lot of yearlings and can return to your seats which they did 1135 am Lve Paris- in marriage at the residence of Mr J T crack hounds ran a fox from Tuesday till not make a live town What we want is rest which only lasted a very few moPm laio a ci 1055 a m Ait Winchester Harry V Bowman of Wise county Palmer on North street in Richmond on Sunday noon the longest time on record 1230 pmj 1055 Lve Wincl Cow Dying 8ime of the hoarded wealth turned loose ments He had completed 100 miles in Texas formerly one of Millers Creeks 1143 pm Arr Richiuonri Wednesdax evening Julv rl lst A dog belonging to tfie Messrs Walker into manufacturing plants that will 42010 breaking Bert Hunings previous 115 p mj 1143 pm A mysterious disease has attacker the Is the Only True Blood Purifier promi- Â¬ LveKiclinioml -i enterprising young men is with us again 1142 pm Berea Rev T i Martin of Winchester was the of Garrard once ran one four days and bring people to our place and create a American record ol 475i made at St He is looking well nently in the public eye fl six for 6 Lve Livingston 340 p m 105 a m Arr and we hope he is do cattle belonging to Joel Yann a dairyminister Lve Livingston 310 p m 125 a m nights but Gentrys dog beat that several Saturday night pay roll that will not only Louis in October last On the seventh v man living six miles out on the Bards Lve Loivli 352 p m 217 a m ingvell Hoods Pills lire all liver ills headac hours 445 P m 310 a sat Yob Might Try It pay the investor but let it run through hour tie stopped again and had to disArr tortnn town pike Seventeen of his twenty Lve Corbin 445 P m 310 a m Silvester and K B Serivner men of About Seems to us that weve beam o several all the channels of trade A gentleman mount losing a few minutes A gentleman in this city nas a super 530 p m 352 a m Ive Barlirville fame have bonjfbt them a new four cows are dead The disease made 600pm daylight yesterday morning he became farming Lve Pine vi He NEW ADVERTISEMENTS stition that if vou trim youi finger nails dogs hereabouts that run a week at a is here now trying to start a factory its appearance last week almost imme oo p m Lve Mniiiiesi n 535 a m time every now and then just to keep in With a little help from some one it could fretful and it was all Trainer John West self binder Eh says that he can cut diately after Mr Yann bought a cow Arr ruuil ip on Friday you will never have the Lv tnmii bay He more wheat with the reaper than he from a could do to keep him on his wheel practice lie made a nayiac investment and em toothache He says he has practiced it dealer in this city The new cow 445pm Lve Corbin used to with his fathers old fash oned Lve Williamsbg 550 pre ploy a large number of hands but it is was coaxed and threatened by turns for ten years and notwithstanding a showed symptoms of sickness the rlay 630 pm Arr Jellico The Best hardener in Town and was finally induced to go ahead He reap hook doubtful if any one here will help it 800am v number of old snags in I is mouth Arr Knoxville after it was taken to the dairy The Grant Norris and another young man other cattle were allowed to If competent judges of gardens and nar along while other towns are ready to do finished the two hundredth mile at 4 40 125 pm Lve Richmond it has proved a success He doesnt want eat out of Ji II rr Rowland 425 pm oclock covering the distance in exactly from College Hill passed through our it geiuraly known as it would le hard on dening who have seen with their own and will do so as soon as he finds it is no St in fori same trough and two days afterward the Arr THE CITY TAXES FOR ten hours the best previous record being place looking for work cattle but did eves the gardens about tow n are not mis go here which wont take long seventeen of the cows exhibited the the dentist so dont read No 4 No 2 made byGiinin at Cleveland O not find any that suiter them What is languaged Capt S B White is entitled The cry now is that our town is greatly 114525 Dany Daily same signs of sickness as noticed in the SORTH BOlND Daily To be Donated to the Infirmary Kx Sim Alter this his stops be- the matter with Charles Tribble When first cow All to the medal He is the finest gardener in debt What of it If necessary make it October 1S04 the remedies known to 10 in in town The faring Mill Co has offered so we hear ofouesaving 720 a ml He three times as much in debt then bond came frequent although they were in- Â¬ he came he always bought a lot Lve Rowlami farmers and dairymen were Band but Arr Richmond premiums on cakes to be exhibited at the has the best garden in town so says an its indebtedness and bring in raanufacto variably short his trainer not permitting Milton rjjtes Sr while plowing a very the next dav ten of the seventeen were are due The City Collectors office is at Lve Knox Fair 5 for white siwmge fl for white other But we saw on Monday a large riesand it will pay itself out This article him to leave the saddle except when valuable mare last week was so un ortu dead Lve Jellico No 3 First Street Richmond Ky Tax- Lve WilliamsVg raisin and fJS for white layer All cakes banket of vegetables corn potatoes rad- Â¬ will probably be read by a few who could absolutely necessary He finished the nate as to over heat her from which she One of the peculiarities of the disease Air Corhm payers wil please call and settle entered for these premiums are to be ishes beets beans jieas cucumbers onLve Cum Pm put up if thev would but will pass it 300 miles at six minutes after 11 oclock took lock jaw aue died We are sorry was that the milk was bloody Physi Lve Middleshh Pm D ft FREEMAN donated to the Intirmarv Try vour ions and perhaps other articles going to by and the town will go on in the same His time was 162623 the beat previous for yon Uncle Milt but the old maxim cians were sent for and after watching Lve Pineville Lve Rarhrville luck if you dont get the premium in a friend in a neiuhlioring town that look old rut the poor man still waiting for a record being 182350 also made by Grimm is Those that have must loose City Collector the symptoms of the rows declared that 47 Arr Corbin this world you will get credit in the next ed like samples intended for the Cotton job to support his family and the mer- at Cleveland The 400 miles was made Lve Ijondon Mam W J Howell attended Squire S R P they were at a loss to determine the 300 a Arr Livingston States Fxjtosition at Atlanta but the chant picking np a scant living and ex- shortly after 6 oclock Twyinan was K Watsons court last Saturday and re- cause of death Cows sometimes eat aa Talk Cant Yaf Ive Iivinifslo gentleman said they were taken from tending his small profits in rents and then riding study at alxiut a 330 clip ports many cases tried It seems from weeds ot different kinds which produce Ive Rerr n A Richmond man was in Paris one Capt Arr Richmond garden at random not at bad accounts that he has been making He finished the last mile in a litttle over what Weed savs that Mr Watson had a symptoms similar to those shown bv the Whites 620 a m Lve Richmond night last week and tropped in at a meet- all Arr Wuiche ier selected If you are not an txjiert at during the year Although the 4th in three minutes and dismounted from his grand as well as a petit jury That is the cows but the sickness rarely results fa pm ing of the Citv Council That body was 7 10 am Lve Vin a yoke of Arr Paris On Monday June nth iS trucking you know w here you can get lu hmond reminded us of a quiet Sunday wheel without assistance He was some first time we ever heard of a gram jury tally pl pm di cussiug the advisability and practicayoung oxen came to mv place near Red Lve Lexington 700 am as- Â¬ some valuable points there was a small ripple of excitement what unsteady on his legs and was in a Magistrates court Some of the physicians were of the House and continue thire without any Lve Paris 72 am bility of sewering the town Theindebt sisted across the track to his do Lve Cyiil hiana 1 oclock when Mr James Warren aboat -Well the long dry spell is broke and opinion that the cows died ot Texas claimant They are mountain cattle about Ive Kiiliiiouth 91 am IUIimi Couldnt Drridedlv Successful and Miss Belle Maishall arrived from the room where he was carefully rubbed we have had quite a refreshing rain fever which is contagious and which is two icir old Owner can have property Arr Covinaion 1024 a m Richmond at least talk a out sewers 1030 a m Arr Cincinnati bv paving all charge and allowed to go to sleep He looked The Madison County Sunday School Ford neighlKrhood at County Clerk Most of the farmers are prettv well up very virulent whole herds lieing taken Her indebtedness is not more than 40 rrr parks Convention at Hayss Fork Baptist church Whites office for license when the usual worn and hollow eyed but said he did with their work and sinr e the rain they off in less than a week MAYSVILLE BRANCH per cent of that of Paris not feel sick or especially tired but was near Kingston yesterday was largely at- crowd assembled that never fails to atof Mr remaining seven Four Yanns seem to be all smiles Wheat crops are LAST NOTICE TO CREDITORS Daily Daily NOKTH BolND tended there being present two hundred tend when a wedding is on band and very sleeps During the ride he made getting ready for cutting and Kntrrlainins the Itrpuhliraa Delegates soarethe cows are sick and will die Mr Yann KxSun Kx Sun two stops altogether the kmgeat and fifty or three hundred persons Squire Armer joined them in wedlock thirty So Millers Creek The hotels are not eqaal to the task of tak ng it estimates his loss ou cattle and trade Ail persons indebted to W F Powers Lve Cincinnati He was never meadows B Parkes gave them the use nf and sent them away rejoicing with the being sixteen minutes is bot such an undesrable which he has not been able to supply prior to April i t 1S05 are requested to Lve tovmulon entertaining the RenaMaraa delegates James go to sleep He took no solid all in all Lexington 700 a m An excellent bone of being able to celebrate many an- allowed to since he first noticed the fatal symptoms settle same and save cost as the who will assemble in Richmond next his woodland pasture place alter all Paris food but drank two gallons of barley must be settled up at once dinner on the ground other 4th 3o3 am I 111 at si 000 Arr Millershiirg Tuesday Individuals must therefore W F POWERS 827 a CarUala water or thin grewel during the ride 45 Mr Yanns neighbors wboharecowa v lend a helping hand 911 u Johnson LEV VIEW IROOKAMME The Uraml Jury Wrrstling With It Courier Journal Masvillc Â¬ All persons who feel inclined to take TO LOAN Mr Davidson of Jackson was here are very much exercised over the dis Praise Service cond acted by W Bret body has leard of the trouble No 11 No In touring with a bicycle says a writer ease They fear that it will spread to care of an v of the visiting delegates should C Minor last week on business BOOTH BOUND At a low rate of interest ior a term of on the streets of Lixington last Thursin Scribners Magazine I can make fifty their cows and thev are using every earson good farm property For infor report to C C Wallace at his place of ban day lietween M N Priggarson one side miles a day as comfortably as twenty Johny Burgess is very low at the home precaution to prevent the contagion be- Â¬ 1000 Appointment of Committer The earlier you do al Main Street mation apply to Lve Mavsville 5o a m 145 pm hi pi One minute reports fioni schools and Mrs Maier and her daughter on the miles on foot and I can carry all the of his son W L Born oani 1 Johnson CHAS S POWELL lieving the disease to be the dreaded 4614 so the letter am Carlisle III 40 How Address arouse and other Driggars was released on a ISO clothing I need besides a camera and Mrs Dr Flliner Norhcutt is visiting Texas fever Courier Journal Millerslmrg jrn am Madly Hut maintain interest in county work Rev bond at the trial on Friday to appear other traps The exercise is as invigorating relatives at Jackson this week Ait Purls Lexington before the grand ji ry that was to con as walking or more so with the great ad Calvin Robinson of Chileabarg who J T Mitchell Whites Station Covington Wtien Travelinjr 1024 a ml Miss Nettie Edwards of Ford is visitClneiuuat 1100 Discussi m of topic Ht went orer oa Monday vantage that you can get over more un- ing her sister Mrs Wm Bowman vene Hernial ruck on the head with a shotgun Whether on pleasure bent or business a excellent for painting roof barn and cketa 1110 Report of Countv Executive to be present Fo fiuther lnformn in the hands of his landlord William interesting tracts of country twice as fast For ale bv Miss Annie Richardson is spending a take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of other outside building or freight The case is rather peculiar in main as on foot In fact as every bicyclist Lutes in an altercation concerning the Committee r ARR Fi as its acts most pleasantlv and effecTHE FICHMOND WATER S LIGH Ticket and Km 1139 Address The front line Prof respects and tht evidence decidedly knows walking seems intolerably slow few rlavs with the Misses StoLe at tually on the kidneys liver and bowels plowing of some land is still very ill t6 6 Athens If Driguars is guilty of any of after the wheel even the easy going tour-Â¬ weak from the effects of the blow and it is not J C Lenin preventing fevers headaches and other Dentiat G N Little of this phase is at ll 00 Announcements and adjourn the charges his ac ions did not indicate ists with women in the party can make lelieved that he will live long He was For sale in 50c and forms of sickness the sense his trien s give him credit for forty miles a day and find it play Per- Dr Dares this week pertaining to his formerly of this countv and married ment for dinner Manbottles by all leading druggUts If the women by Jieir trip to Lexing haps even greater and more important profession F Kellv 130 Devotional exerc near here his wife being Miss Grace ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Colby Dunn bought of Wink Rich- Â¬ Co only i ldham 10- - Selection ol time and place for ton sought to improve their hands than its use as a touring machine is the biWinchester Democrat they fell far short of their aim next convention cycle as an every day help to mechanics ardson of Jessamine county a line geldMr Kians lines to Washington The girl testified that she reeeiveif an factory hands clerks and all people who ing Price unknown fool Retreats in Northern Michigan -The many friends of i V Kvans Jr Word From a llentist About IleiiliMs anonymous letter cf an indecent nature live in or near small towns Thanks to J II Burgess and wife visited the at are quickly reached bv taking the Buffet t the county througl wil lie glad to Ivlitiir Ci im x happening in o Priggarss store he this modern wonder thev can live sever- ters brother Wm Burgin near Lcxing Sleeping Car leaving Cincinnati at 830 but learn of his appointment to illice in Hear sir In last weeks edition of the asked w here she would spend the 4th al miles away from their work thus ton the past week p m daily over Pennsylvania Lines via Washington City He left vesterdav aft Climax the following local appeared and suggested that she go to Iexington getting cheaper rentsand better surroundBurgin vis Richmond thence over G R- i I R R Win Duncan and wife of ernoon to report for duty A more de A Paint Lick lady had cocaine admin she then susecte that he was the au- ings for their children they can save car the Fishing Line to principal resorts in served appointment and one that would istered by a dentist last Friday and the thor of the letter Again she was at his fares and get healthful exercise For the ited the latters father L J H yden the lake region The sleeping car runs near here last week give more universal satisfaction to our effect was so chilling that Ir Collins was store and again bt mentioned the 4th unfortunate dwellers in cities it offers re- Â¬ J R Roberts who has been hre for through reaching Grand Rapids at 950 raJJsi people could not have been made The called to her relief and Ixington an gave her 8 to buy a creation after working hours and induces Permit me aa Mackinaw a m Petoskey at 140 p m some time returner I home at Camp appointment was secured through Con Â¬ member of the dental profession and ticket On the iik ruing of the 4th he thousands who would never walk to get City a 3 p m Mackinac at 35s P- m hellarille Friday gressman IlcCfearr who never fails to also of the medical profession of this and she were at the Depot with others Kronston northeast cor Fourth and Vine out into the air and find out for them do the right thing at the right time city to protest against such broad state and she giving him the 2 he bought her J W Masters wife and lastei Herselves that life without outdoor exercise sts Cincinnati for details Lack to you George liert visited relatives at Irvine last week ments concerning the specialty of den- ticket for her aid returned her the is not worth living returning home Monday I would beg to state since change tistry and They exchanged a few words KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Kat Tinie on the Track Mr rIard L Harden and his sister cocaine has undergone the experimental atiout the scenery near Nicholasville At PERSONAL II C Travnor paced Andy I yearn stage and found dangerous even in the Lexington he passed a restaurant door Spicie visited relatives and trie ids at The following is a list of Fairs in Ken by Andy Wilkes out ofIany by Cashier hands of exHrt operators no reputable two or three times and waved at her tacky with dates of meeting this year Capt Ererett Berry is at Hot Springs Nicholasville Sunday a mile on the Fair ground track Thursdentist of this or any other citv uses it in She went out on the street and while Rev R B Baird preached at Sylome so far as reporter day in -- AA This is V seconds faster Manager Corzelius of the Glyndon Offers arlrlitional inducements to late lmvers ly inau the form as was administered Springiielil July 17 3 days The walking along he came up and asked if M K church South last Saturday even Â¬ By this is meant all Goods is at Hot Sprin than was ever made bv any horse on this riiratinir a ao profil -- ale Kentucky State Dental Association adopt Â¬ she had come ovei to the races or the Kichiiiimd Julv li 1 davs ing and following Sunday morning at 11 track and the fastest mile ever made ed a resolution last Profit not wanted in the house must now move County Judge J R Burnam and wite then the girls Chautauqua 24 Jus year condemning the davs lehanon July A little Ioy of McClelland Witts was by any horse on any track in the State You can have the goods only the money wanted are at Hot Springs use of the various patent nostrums all mother appeared seizel him by the Lihirty July 253 days thrown from a horse last Thursday and Andy has had only two months handand as an iadoeemeai profits are cut oil and late buyMiss Minnie Hays of Winchester is 4 days and net usee him of writing the containing cocaine On reading the Iawrenceburg July received internal injuries from which he ling This is how we do it ers get the benefit above local I was greatly surprised that letter and a scrimmage occurred ii which visiting the Misses McKee Danville Aug 1 2 days has not fully recovered Waller Traynor trotted A R Purnains any usjd for weapons This dentist in this city would so reck Â¬ umbrellas were Sharpshurg Aug fi t days Miss Amy Adler of Lexington is visibay Hellot by Meuor mile in 122 the lessly Misses Nettie Ashcraft and Katie Rog- Â¬ use this drug by injecting it in the is the substance of the testimony as re- ting Miss Flay K Streng 4th avenue days Nicholasville Aug fi fastest ever made by any horse on this ers of Irvine came down last week anil Now buys Ginghams that were gums but uon investigation I learn lates to Driggars But Driggars says be days Eminence Aug Mrs Win Irvine and Mrs Field Miller are visiting relatives and friends hijre track laUi Now bujs Ginghams that were that Pr Collins injected the cocaine in never gave the girl 2 and that he went to Linnietta Springs last week Campbellsville Aug 114 days sITril Miss Viola Million daughter of 5Irs A Spry as an Fnglisb Sparrow the gums of the Paint Lick lady himself merely happened o mention the 4th and davs Versailles Aug 14 Talton Embry Esq of Louisville is T Million it is said will teach the fall IrflTJnaton when tiie girl was in his store I Wm Moore of Tates Creek was in that very uncomfortable symvtons folColumbia Aug 2ti 4 days Now buys Ginghams that were 10c visiting his daughter Mrs M C Heath term at Millers school house nen Perlowed and that another phvsician was That he never waed at her while in the Shelby ville Aug 2 4 days town Monday He is fat and sas- Mr Hugh Rowland of Danville came kins That he never wrote the restaurant Winchester Aug 21 i days and nimble as a lark notwithstanding he to her relief bjvs those beautiful Piques that were i up Monday to see his aunt Mrs S i F kj 1 would also protest against the letter This is tht case J M Osborne who has been acting in Iips fourteen grandchil Â¬ days Shepherdsville Aug 21 ears old Sfrri And those beautiful Dimities that were ICC was armed with a White The girls mother idea that dentists patients require the the capacity of salesman at the Soathern London Aug 21 3 days dren and eighteen great grandchildren Aid those beautiful Organdies that were 15c 7jrIjl Miss Katie Turpin of Richmond is vis- Lumber Co store for several months Mavsville Aug 22 o days Except an invisible delect in his right services of any other medical men savage looking weapon called abuscum Ani those beautiful Due that were iljC And those beautiful Crepons that were 15c is forLexington Aug 27 o days eye he is sound as a bass drum slick as to give them relief whilst lie per boo consisting ol a hickory root driven iting Miss Moody Porter Lencaator past left last Fridav for Jackson forms his speciai work The profes- full of steel wire nails the heads filed Record mer home to engage in teaching near 27 S days Bardstown Aug a ribbaa fat as a sack of Hour straight Mr Osborne made many triends sional dentist as the intelligent commu- Â¬ off sharp and a foot of the bush left for a- Mr Lindell Kvans attorney at law there Barboursville Aug 27 4 days a gun barrel and feels like a Now buvs those beautiful French Dimities that were 30c Her husband an Italian Montana is back on a short stay at his while here who regretted to sue him Franklin Aug 2S 4 days He wa married in is and nity knows is thorough competent to ad- a handle And those beautiful Zephyr Gingha I that were 3c And those beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were 25c leave The good wishes of our people minister in all cases He is thoroughly nauied James accompanied her disguised old home has lieen a widower over sixteen years Ialrange Aug 2S 2 days Williamsburg Sept days He has alwivs exevised great care in up on cocaine poisoning heart failure as a negro Miss Mary Pope leaves Thursday follow him Why the woman allowed her daughter morning for Winchester where she will days Paris Sept Rev Wm Crow Jr qeeapjnd the pul- Â¬ eatitu and frequently didnt care if lie chloroform narcosis and does not need Now buys those beautiful Swivel Silks that were oc the help of Allopathist Homeopathist to go to lexington under the circum- visit relatives Bowling Green Sept days pit here last Sunday at 11 a m did in drinking It is faith cure black art poppycock to help stances as set forth by her has not been davs Louisville Trots Sept U Miss Nannie Pettus of Crab Orchard announced that a series of meetings will Bren a liarge Crowd Why Driggars should have explained Saw buvs those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were 75c him out Beapectfnlly Elizabethtown Sept 10 4 days begin Monday night A noted evangel Â¬ Miss 1attie StephenA Wilkes Smith M D D D S approached the girl with evil intent in visited her cousin The announcement in last weeks Henderson Sept 10 4 davs ist in the person of Joseph Hopper will son this week CuKAX that the Richmond Silver Ban the presence of her mother and step days Horse Cave Sept assist Brother Crow in the hortatory exReduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other w A Favorite of Fortune Miss Maggie Hampton of Winchester would give an 0en air concert that night father for he hai recognized James on Paducah Sept 245 days ercises Brother Crow is a youn man almost cut in half A great many suitable for earlv fail Mrs Marie E Wright has had the the train is not explained Main and Indeed it is the guest of her sister Mrs Jeuuie Mor- and is earnest iu the cause of Christ brought out a great crowd wear This is an opportunity that only occurs occasionHartford Sept 254 days ally Take advantage of it if- you want to save money most phenomenal success despite vicis 2fi Second Streets looked like circus dav 4 days remarkable case Neither party has gan on Third street is a ilasgow Sept The good he is doing at this place for the Miss Eula B F3d wards of Louisville Prof Herliert led the band of sixteen itudes which might in earlier life have any reputation iu the line of the new Owensboro Oct 1 5 davs 8 sake of the Master will never filly be Now buys th at Big Towel that we sold at toe is the guest of her sister Mrs T M pieces and the laurel wreath of public quailed a stiuter heart than hers Left roles lireenville Oct 9 4 days known in this world but beyond the Morrow on Third street opinion was wrapped all around about a widow w ith four daughters she says ocean of time he will find something that Now buys that All Linen Towel we sold t2ic Bikes iind Biking Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Mr Claik Crandall manager of the will equalize all that is unequal in this the beya and shouts like a Democratic the Lexiaatoa Argonaut by some forAwarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair San Francisco The races at Winchester on the 4th McLean Illinois Milling Co is visiting Now buvs that Towel we sold at 2c convention split the air every few min tuitous rapriee found her way to Ver- Â¬ The surrounding community is cordially c now Onlv a few left of those Elegant Shirts Waits sailles Ky Here she received much were well patronized and the entries his mother in this plare How to Reach Michigan Resorts Richmond never had so fine a utes invited to every service now buvs the Shirt Waist we the Shirt Waist we sold at Some fast time was made band before and that is sayintra great kindness from Mrs Sarah Gibson Hum- numerous K unId at Mvers attended the Mr W Jay Eli Ess those Silk Shirt W If quick time convenient train service sold at and lO 5 for A D Ruff familiarly known as Pap what the deal for in the far back days of Yantis phreys and advice which led her to veiling of the Roger Hanson monuand enjoyable traveling cut anv figure 450 There is not a thing in the dry goods line butyourself price has been reduced on it Give us a look and see for and shepherd and others they could seek journalism for a livelihood She and perhaps the jest known cyclist in ment at Lexington yesterday the best way is over Pennsylvania Lines 7 SO now buys those Mens Suits of Clothing thut we sold for began with tle humble position as solici- the State was berj last week this being play a right smart I R R the Fishing Line and G R Miss Kate Morgan returner home last 11 10 and 0 II A Logsdon has been n Jessamine to all the leading resorts in Northern tor of subscriptions for the Sunny South his former home 10 now buys those Elegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we w eek from a most pleasant visit to friends Diikersoa Denies countv several days on business Next she tried the New York World Genrge Wiliginjfs bicycle tire picked sold for Michigan Buffet Sleeping Car leaves 150 91350 and 15 relatives at Winchester upon a hint from Mrs Sarah H Henton up a strav ten cent piece as he went and Mens Suits that we sold for i3 Editor Clim w 15 now buys those beautilu There will lie two seryices at the tent Cincinnati daily at 830 p m over this Mr D B Carter of Norborne Mo Sunday a 20 and lax50 In your issue of Wednesday July rd the Kentucky writer A dashing hand- whirling along the street Now who says dinner on the route via Richmond arriving at Grand in and p m In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same came Monday to join his wife nee Mer mv name was mentioned in connection some woman she ingratiated herself bikes are no good grounds Rapids early in the morning Traverse way shon who has been here some days with the murder of a woman near Valley with all the leading people followed the 75c now 50c now buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for 75c Married by Rev J W Crow 01 Mon- Â¬ City at noon Petoskey Bay View HarThe saddest tragedy Louisville has exView which was copied from some wake of boom towns in thespecial coaches MissSallie Shackelford of Mt Sterling day the first of July Preston Wilson and bor buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for t 125 now buys our perienced for many a day was the death Springs and Mackinaw City early in Colored Shirts that we sod for 150 1 desire other pqer therefore to of railway magnates and se ured much of Dr Fid Palmer Saturday night while is visiting Mrs J F White and will re- Miss Alice Patrick the afternoon Mackinac at 355 p m the The prices on same have been TTnillVW make public through vour paerthat the boom advertising main in the county during the summer City of riding his wheel Finally at the J He left his house at cut so much that you will not The elder Mr Higgins is in chirge of hour after leaving Cincinnati Address statement was erroneous and misleaibng Mexico she identified herself w ith the Mrs Win I Oldham anil sons Kl recognize former prices H0 and was returning at 1230 evidently the work on the well and hope to get the Bronston northeast cor Fourth and Vine in its character and throws an unjust nobility and the military winning golden from the four hours of riding es- Â¬ win and Dowell of Arkansas are visiting remaining tools out soon tired sts Cincinnati for details charge upon me which I desire to correct opinions gathering in golden dollars and pecially as he was a new rider While their relative Mrs George G Prewitt We want to close out wm you have oniv been thinking of buying Quite a number of Waco parties attendas I was in no way connected with the securing for her daughter a most influenmoving along the right siue ot the street Third street every yard in the house and make prices so they will go The ordi- The ed the tent meeting Sunday murder of the woman mentioned tial and wealthy parti The solemnizaMrs R L Gentry aryl daughter Miss This is a no profit sale We mean every word of it and ear Â¬ a Mr Colston dime meeting him but showed no baking powder Thanking you for space in your paper tion of this marriage stranded upon close to the opposite side- - Suddenly Mary accompanied Miss Meilie Hamil- nance of baptism will be admir istered nestly ask you to give us a look next Sunday to those who have confessed We will save you money and give you good gooJs and vai SO pure or so great la leav- Â¬ I urn Respectfully political rocks and matters were in Dr Palmers wDeel swerved to his left ton to her home at Irvine for a visit faith Wright aud ran across the street striking the Mrs Frank Dickki olieyance Meanwhile ening power as the Royal Mrs D P Armer returned last night laboriously manufactured an illustrated Dr AJ James anil James Wiggins I aexpeited Death curbstone at the same time being struck from a pleasant visit of six weeks to Mrdirin That Mikes a Man Hustle article upon the City of Mexico which by Colston lett for Freedonia New York on the first Botb men were knocked friends and relatives iu Breckinridge Mrs Sarah Oldham wife of Thomas appeared in the New York World and Dr James has a very sick child iiist Franklin Co Tenn May if 1S9J off and rendered unconscious Colston Missouri Oldham residing near Speedwell in for which it is said upon authority that whose death is expected at any noment I am forty five years old and have soon revived buthe Doctor never ralsuddenly Fridav Madison countv died Mrs C S Powell and Miss Annie Belle hence the return home the Mexican government paid her 20 spent eight years in bad health I am a mm Julv 5th 185 agexl 17 years She ex Â¬ 000 in gold the highest price ever paid lied He breathrsd heavily and blood Harber weie delegates to tiie meeting ot i W Thomas who had a surgical op- poor man and have to hustle for a living ran from his nose aud mouth His skull the Home Mission Society held at Stanperienced a severe shock or prostration for a newspaper article Lexington will eration performed last April oiie vear By the use of Black Draught I am now just nine days before and the second at- - renember MrB Wrighfs visit here and was broken at the base and he died ford last week able to hustle in my market garden and larS ago has almost regained his usual health The soon after reaching an Infirmary tack carried her off quickly Mrs Bettie Huguely returned Tuesday aud feels very grateful to the Infirmary am as stout as a mule iiow hard she plied the city fathers for a It is the greatest exact cause of the terrible accident is not The funeral was preached at the from a visit of sixteen months to her people as lie was there about fivt weeks 2000 boom letter Versailles Sun medicine on earth and does more than it known It is motit probable that he be Â¬ aa Sunday burial in Rich Mrs Wright will be recalled by many brother F M Emerson of Bloomington The ladies especially Miss Leigh toD he is recommended to do L A Hudson ing tired became confused at running mond cemetery 111 Winchester Democrat persons in Richmond She came here My stock of carriages bu holds in very grateful renienibrs nce for Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ Mrs Oldham was a daughter of Judge about eight years ago and with the as over a railroad t tck where the street Messrs S B and Eugene Hume have attention while suffering Reports hauled and painted at the very lowest is the handsomest and moat stylish in the The U was considerably imeep and rough Or it Ki Harris Madisons first County Judge sistance of the editor of the Climax ob- returned from the F2ast where the former A very large crowd attended thj meet- Â¬ show Royal Baking Powder prices All work guaranteed to be as country Give me a caii ami leaves two sisters Mrs John Park tained sixty or seventy subscribers to the might have been that he was attacked Richmond Carriage Wor good as any in the State with vertigo Dr Palmer was widely witnessed the victory of his alma mater ing at the tent Sunday and en oyed a superior to all others of Madison and Mrs Warren Moore of Sunny South Some of them continue Prop Yale over Harvard in the boat race good discourse by Rev J W Parsons Richmond Carriage Works 39 a uri One brother James A Harris to take the paper to this day Mrs known andjunivetally popular He was S L Midkiff Proprietor Mr Wm Jackson Central Universitys who is conducting the meetiug assisted 30- 53 years oki Hit daughtei Miss lielie A Levely tamalrxion is tht Dfii of Mr and Mrs lives in Lincoln county Wright is a brilliant woman with great Palmer has several times visiter the representative iu the next Chautauqua by Elder Rogers There have been sevLightning Hot Drops Waawn G Goto D P Armer th Main Street Oldham had two children Mrs energy and fine tact and will always Phelpses at Dreaming Creek Heights Oratorical Contest at Lexington has been eral additions and an increasing interest What a Fonnv Name Beautys Rival a Jeweler for one of those handsome Gold Martin dei eased and JeeObfham Jr succt Very True but it Kiila All Pain near Richmond All the city of Ixiuis visiting relatives in this vicinity for sev- Â¬ Prof Adams and class are rendering Ladier arid Gents Balm will make your coon and Gold Filled Mrs Oldham joined the Baptist church eral days Dauyiile Advocate most enjoyable inu- Sold Everywhere Every Day and beau Watches that he is offering so cheap Druggists say that their sales of Hoods ville was visibly effected S5 under the preaching of Rev S in Mr Ed A Hickman oiLexi i r sale by llagan Mrs Thomas Oldbam died Friday noon Without Roiief There Is No Par When B W Twyuian dismounted ies at Also Home of those B L Helm and was a member at Waco Sarsaparilla exceed those of all others The great crowd which assembled at from his wheel OL Fountain Ferry track is spending some is no suqstilute for Hoods that are warranted There j Kqitist church Rev in the S Prrarninr at Mallry Iapsley McKee will preach I0 I r Officer Thorpe N G K G Parrish V G L J Frazee Bacy H J Strepg Treas B Juett Host F J Lipscomb Warden R C Kerhv O i H Â¬ The iionoos 4th In Kirhnond To say anything disparaging of our own town we dislike but truth is mighty and will prevail Why is it that the people of Richmond are so utterly dead to things that are pas sing by The Fourth of July hasnotbeen celebrated in this place since away before the war Have we lost all our patriot- ism for the country in which we live or or are we a slow plodding people indifferent to our surroundings while other Â¬ Â¬ Erysipelas Â¬ Â¬ BLUE twenty-four-ho- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Sarsaparilla biliou-iips-- Hoods o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Taxes Taxes Â¬ 1835 Stray Steers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ s -- M0NY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COAL TAE i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO PROFIT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ SALE IvCl Bp Â¬ Â¬ TZ3IIS Â¬ Â¬ HJSTRENG - I 1 Â¬ Â¬ 74 Si 5c per yard i 7c Tii Tor vtinl Â¬ Â¬ Un 10c Per yarl Â¬ Â¬ 20c per yard era 43 Â¬ 34 44 35c per yard 50c per yard 75 Dress Â¬ Â¬ 1 74 Patterns Â¬ Â¬ 10c k Â¬ Â¬ 20c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttt m Â¬ Â¬ Trrc trtl lflt Carpets and Mattings Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Worlds Fair Tests tt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gig H J STRENG Â¬ minmmWfmmmsmmmmM spriTaipaipipBipaiarfidarTnr- j Â¬ S Govt Â¬ i BUSINESS TR0FB1 Rev Dr Talmages Eloquent Sermon to Business Men lour Ltfr Against a Money It hafr lot aut Tiki Anything Dash Out iita Yon V4 Dont Carry a Store Lpoa Your Bark ana hrn lot Die Id his sermon Sunday Ir Taimajre lect- still absent on h tour chose a subject of universal interBusiness Troubles the Iinjr EziViel xxvii 4 Tie iy merchants in all sorts of thinr- Y arc at the openinr doorof returning national prosperity The coming crons the re establishment of public and above all the il turn upon all sections a the wi pros- eeo ltut fully and thousands of business men are ng from the distn nigh which ere have been xwho is i - Â¬ llg have the test men in the land men who nearts are and whose -- I can alTor I to sty The I hur i of extemi to ticm her sympathies and before Heaven with all availing prayer The have have esta im and beneficent instifostered will be ng after their bank in men re forgot can never fail They have their I in banks that never hreak and - Hut I id be and me to our bu star some eurative In if I appropriate t talk alout the liave to remark our business men n from small and limited uesss It is evervw here ii few nan the tiie roald 11 affa- - be i nl en ly par - tias W the e and ollll - raver I with melted in ura wheat un- - out some of these lines of care that I could lift some of the burdens from the heart that I could give relaxation to some of these worn muscles It is time for you to begin to take it a little easier Io your best and trust God for the rest Do not fret God man ages ail the affairs of your life and Ue manages them for the best Consider the lilies they always have robes Be Â¬ hold the fowls of the air they always have nests Take a long breath lie thinks betimes that God did not make you for a pack horse Dig yourselves out from the hogsheads and the shelves and in the light of the holy Sabbath day resolve that you will give to the winds your fears and you fret You fulness and your distress--brougiit nothing int the world and it is verv certain vou can carrv nothing Having food and raiment lie out therewith content The merchant came home from the store Tiiere had been a great disaster there He opened the front door and said in the midst I am ruined of his family circle Everything is gone I am all ruined I am lefti and the His wife said little child threw up its hands and said Papa I am here The aged grandmother seated in the room said Then you have all the promises of God beside you lohn And ha burst God forgive me into tears and said that 1 have been so ungrateful I find that I have a great many things left God forgive me Again I remark that many of our business men are tempted to neglect their h me duties How often is it that the store and the home seem to Hut there ought not to be any clash on It is often the ease that the father is the mere treasurer of the family a sort of agent to see that they have dry goods and groceries The work of family government he does not touch Once or twice a year he calls the children np on a Sunday afternoon when he has a half hour he not fxactlv know what to do with and in that half hour he disciplines the children and chides them and corrects their faults and gives them a great deal of good advice and then wonders all the rot of the year that his children do not do lietter when they have the wonderful advantage of that castigation The family table which ought to be the place for pleasant discussion and cheei falnew often becomes the place of perilous expedition If there be any ing asked at all it i cut off at ends and with the hand on the carving knife He counts on his fin estimates in the inter past The work done the head and he starts the street and before the family iiave arisen from the table he hag bound ap another bundle of g Any and says to the customer thing more I can do for you to A man has more resir lies than those which are dis v putting competent instrue over his children and giving them and a music teacher nltnre of the child w ill be attended to unless the father - to it He must sometimes lose ly He must unlimber his He must sometimes lead them eir sports and games The parent who can not forget the severe duties of life sometimes to fly the kite the hoop and chase the tiie rope with his children ougni never to have been tempt t of a crusty and unredeemable Â¬ Â¬ -semi-annual let your soul go Though all else per- Spratt who was killed in a wreck at ish save that for I have to tell you of Mingo mines on the d saturcav a more stupendous shipwreck than night returned a verdict of unavoida ble accident mentioned that which I just Â¬ -- WIND AND RAIN The A BEGCLAB OLD POKE JUVENILE IMAGINATION TUB PIMK OF POLITENESS launched this world six thousand years ago It has been on of going under freight mountains and immortals but one day it will stagger at the cry of fire The timbers of rocks will burn the moun- Â¬ tains flame like masts and the clouds like sails in the judgmeut hurricane Then God shall take the passengers off the deck and from the berths those have long been asleep in Jesus and He will set them far beyond the reach of storm aad peril But how many shall go down will never be known until it shall be announced one day in Heaven the shipwreck of a world So many my Oh dear millions drowned hearers whatever you lose though your horses go though your lands go though all your earthly possessions perish may led Almighty through the blood of the everlasting covenant save all vour souls God Lfxim ton Kv July 8 The fiscal court has levied an assessment of L4S3 The Wealth of Fayette County Entire Watershed of the Rocky Mountains i TTB f hundred dollars for county taxes The estimated wealth of Fayette county is 516000 000 and her bonded indebtedness at S40O0 Fell and llroke Ills Neck Ky July 8 The Law i im m son of Cnarles Thacker a prominent farmer of this county fell into a twenty five foot well breaking his neck and fracturing his skull Death ensued instantly Rev Harnes at Lawreneeburu Law iifm hihRO Ky July 8 Rev George t Barnes the evangelist will begin a series of meetings here next Friday night at the courthouse his daughter Miss Marie assisting on the Thrown From a fincgy anil Killed Ky July ii William W Crouch a wealthy Todd county farmer was killed by being thrown from Mr rouch was 80 years his buggv old Accidentally Killed Dwknsioio Ky July 8 Orlie Car From early childhood until n mv family spent a fortune trying to cure me of this dise visited Mot springs and v hv the best mfrsVsl men but benefited sPDsfasVsl When ail Â¬ ECZEMA From the Nebraska and Iowa Lines to Texas Swept by Storms Great Destruction to Crops and Farm Prop- Â¬ erty W ith Loss of Life The storm Em Â¬ braced an Area of Abont Two Hun- Â¬ dred Square Miles la Fxteiit- - 1 determined to try b b b and in four months was entirely cured The terrible bczema was gone not a sign or it lett my general neaitn piuit up i ind I hive never had anv ra 11 ise the I f things had 21 failed I St Lons July 8 Thursday morning last telegraphic reports began to arrived in this city of rains at western points ra Am inar 4 a ICVUIIIilieilUTTU number of friends eases and have never yet known a t GEO W IRWIN Irwin Pa cure even after i sBSBBwaSsste ha have js sue nil in nunnn H Blood arid Â¬ HoIKinsviiik Whittier Patriotic IVms During these years of the anti slavery struggle not only was Whittiers repu- Â¬ tation us a poet growing steadily but the people of the north and of the west were as steadily coming over to his side of course we can not exactly measure the influence of a poem or song but it may be almost irresistible He was a w ise man who was willing to let others make the laws of a people if oniv he could write their songs Law is but the expression of public opinion and when the ringing stanzas of the anti slavery bards and the stirring speeches of the anti sl ivery orators had nwakened the conscience of the free siati s the end of the evil was nigh slavery made a hard fight for its life but it was slavery t hi t Whittier hated and not the southern slave- Â¬ owners and there is no bitterness or rancor in the poems published in lsr3 And of and called In War Time these ballads of the battle years the best and the best beloved is Barbara which was rather a tribute Freitehie to the old flag than an attack upon those who were then in arms against it Prof Brander Matthews in St Nicholas den 10 years old was accidentally brother killed bv her Manslaughter tlullty of GAiKsrst kg 111 July 8 The jury in the case of the state vs Mrs Ida Johnson charged with murdering her husband Ex Alderman Charles F Johnson brought in a verdict Sunday morning hniling the defendant guilty of manslaughter and fixing the sentence at ten years in the penitentiary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Scanty Attire The brides dress was unique and most becoming says a country paper An In its account of a local wedding audible thrill passed over the spectator as she passed down the aisle leaning on the arm of her husband simply cov Â¬ Demorests Mag ered with blushes azine Â¬ CONDENSED NEWS Gathered From All Iarts of the Country by Tel jrraph A strike at Carbondale Pa has been settled by the arbitration of the citizens Furnace men at Newcastle Pa won a strike for a 30 percent increase in wages Employes of the Crane pipe works at Chicago 111 have been notified of a 10 perceut raise in wages Cook Chicago county commissioners resolved that all county wotk must be done by union labor in the futu e The Massachusetts shoe trade is im- Â¬ proving and many men who have been idle for a long time are again at work At Jeffersonville Ind W C Daven- Â¬ port aged IU was killed by a compan- Â¬ ion accidentally He was shot through the eye The warehouse of the Cnion Dock Co on Blake avenue Duluth Minn was destroyed by fire at midnight causing a loss of S100000 insurance is much less The bakers of Cleveland O are out on a strike for a recognition of nnVin rules Thirty five fir ns have already signed tiie agreement though there are still about eighty men out It arms learned at Little Rock Ark Sunday that the populists will in the next few days issue a general call for a convention to be held either in Chicago or St Louis early in August In the eastern part of Crawford county Ohio two friends Spear and Conden went squirrel hunting Spears gun accidentally discharged its load into Conden who will probably die Fire destroyed the Pacific Lumber Cos plant at Scotia Cal The loss will reach 1380008 Charles Nelson W s Gage A Ion A Curtis and the Anglo California bunk are the owners The Morning Union Tacoma Wash is in possession of private advice from Honolulu to the effect that Queen Iil and her followers are plotting to form an alliance with Japan by her marriage to a Japanese count A storm Friday nightextending from Anselm IS miles west of Fargo N I and from 1 to 2 miles wide damaged 30000 to 40000 acres of grain threw buildings from their foundations and deluged the country Four inches of rain fell The barbershops in Chicago were closed Sunday being the first Sunday in the history of Chicago that they have not been wide open The doors of the Palmer House shop were locked for the first time since the place was opened years ago A storm amosanting almost to a western cyclone struck Savannah Sunday afternoon about 3 oclock There was much damage done to property The thermometer has dropped from 97 to Tfi degrees Little rain fell here but there was a heavy storm to the south Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Joker Dr good Th Yon ag- Doctor Ahead I suffer from cold feet at night Glynn Is your general health Perfectly Good appetite First rate Sleep under blankets Yes Take plenty of out door exercise Lots Very strange The cold feet I suffer from are my wifes Ah Get a divorce X Y Two dollars please Weekly On CnuTrrt For marriage choose vour opposite At first I thougnt that rash But 1 shall choose my opposite I want a eirl with cash IInnardM striking uietlou Floward Well you may say what you want almut old wheel but there is one striking thing abowt it Alfred And what is that Howard The clapper on the alarm bell Golden Days p Tiie from ii lim- - t way e hon- - of no 1 The the him m land on a ag at from imi r the t nu fra After a m hile ig in have and cuts in ten Make Sensal imial liarges Acaiost Her lldsliand Loiisviii k Kv July 8 Mrs How inis attorneys are preparing to file an answer to Dr Howards reply iu the livorce case It is understood that that they will bring out some sensa tional facts in regard to tiie doctor showing that he is subject to uncon- Â¬ ii s trollable fits of anger They will also it the file a denial from lim Hall of the alikes no spring from tiie leged intimacy between liimsclf and o blithesome from the heart no Mrs Howard while Hail was in trainErona the eye no ring from the ing at French Lick Springs Hall has iter bat that her ways are ways iiready been seen by an attorney and all her paths are nas denied the story sympathize w it h t he work Dr Howard has filed an affidavit in e m many of our eitiea by which he goes into the details of the h beautiful room- - arc set apart by harges preferred in liis cross petition our Young Mens Chj istin lis suspicions were first directed to and I pray God to prosper them Mrs Howard by a servant who told the ilut tell you there is loctor that on the night before she had back of that and liefore seen David M Young and Mrs Howard nappy consecrated iu a room at their home The follow- Â¬ ful Christian homes everywhere ing evening Dr Howard Ienttothe irk that a great many of Kenton club where he told a well our hatha ire tempted to put vtiown lawyer what was going on 1 he of money above tilt affidavit states that they saw value of the soul It is a grand thing Young and Mrs Howard together re plenty of money The more hat the doctor drew a revolver and pet of it tiie better if it come would have shot Young through the For the lack of ivindow had not the lawyer prevented - without medicine and It further says that liin Hall the r finds its coffin iu the empty pugilist brought Mrs Howard back tray and nakedness shivers for lo Louisville from French Lick lack of clothes and fire When I hear springs a man in canting tirade against money Judge Edwards has decided not to iristian man as though it had no Fspose of the eomtesspt proceedings ble use on earth and he hal no until he has heard tiie case on its interest in it at all I come almost to merits -- If you want to keep your children away from places of sin vou can only by milking your home attractive may preach sermons and a ivo reforata and denounce wicked BCSS and yet your children will be irated by the glittering saloon of ss you can make your home a than any other place on totiiem oh gather all charms novae If voir can afford it ml pictures an i cheerful entertainments to the household Bat above all leach those children not by half an hour twice a ar on the day and every day teach but proiiil nf Wimhirif tons career If is d iiK f br VTY The question Is omti as now here Wouiii he be proud of mef Judjfrt Im Would lie KLuCKY NEWS IirU of the The Latest New From All Couiaiou wealth MRS HOWARDS tie It 111 C ANSWER These reports grew in numbers every day and covered a large territory indicating that the entire eastern watershed of the Rocky mountains from the Nebraska and Iowa lines to Texas was swept by a storm Fri lay night the severest blow came Reports of of loss of life and destruction came property- with very telewhich gram and tiie downpour a blessing as regarded was grew into a wave of devastation Fields of grain that promised the most bountiful yield in many years were In Sunday swept bare of vegetation several instLnces the seas of rain were abetted in their work of destruction It is too early yet to by tornadoes sum up the loss but the total must be appalling and those to whom the angry elements spared life have little left to sustain it the stories of storm are so similar that a statistical summary is all there is left to tell The storm embraced an area of two hundred square miles with the south- Â¬ western corner of Missouri as the center The greatest loss of life is report- Â¬ where eleven ed from Winona Mo corpses have been found with as many more missing At Baxter Springs in southwestern Kansas five were killed and eleven seriously injured by a cyclone that accompanied the storm The greatOne person was drowned est burden falls upon the farmers as the season is too far spent to plant new crops and suffering must surely The follow in the storms wake county granaries have nearly all been cleaned off A family of five encamped on the banks of Fish creek in the Indian TerSaturdiy and ritory disappeared nothing has been heard of them or their belongings except a part of their wagon Mo where the At Thomasville rainfall was four inches in one hour Uniform re- Â¬ five persona were lost ports are received of loss of life as fol- Â¬ lows Three at Fayetteville Ark one at Richards Kas and six of a hunting party in the Indian Territory This gives a known and probable loss of forty three lives This total will be increased when the receding water permits a thorough search The loss in property can be placed in the millions Dwellings and farm buildings were carried off and wagon and railroad bridges swept away Thirty of the eighty buildings in Winona succumbed Five residences a church and a warehouse went down at IJaxter Springs Six bridges went out in Bos About JefferKansas ses county son City Mu many sqnire miles of growing grain was covered with debris Traffic on the Ft Scott and Memphis railway is temporarily suspended Reports of damage to property other than above noted come from five points in Kansas nine in Missouri six in Arkansas and two iu the Indian territory Tiie storm spent itself in Illinois but having lost its force proved a Messina to crops Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Treatte Oft Skin iisea CO frt- One of the last pictures drawn by the late Frank Bellew Chip THAT UUMHMI KOIIHtKY Why Arthur for pitys sake what have yi u been doing I was in the ash lx mamma In the sab box And w hv We played mythology and I was rlie- Ihirnix rising from the ashes gende Blaetter LOOKED THAT W V Tailor ito Imv sent out with bill Was he very angry at receiving it Boy Oh no Quite the contrary for he asked me to call agiin Chau SWIFT SPECIFIC Atlanta Ga tauquan MATRIMONIAL ITEM SOUTHERN RAILWAY In Kentucky wafcw SHORTEST ROUTE Between Louisville and Lexinirton lsstssksi m riti- t Mr ii msa - Ijulh Vr mud SI N N Shi Ar v lriiluii T I N- - a r r Vers r Ar She I T77 4 Ar r Charlie Boy Any news regarding the robbery OBrien Naw but they found the tray of diamonds Charlie Boy Where did they find it OBrien They found it in a pack of cards sonny Judge NO TRIMMINGS passr Cars Train- - vs - I sad Little Willie Are you tongue tied Featherstone Of course not Willie What makes you think so WillieSister says she has been waiting ior months for you to speak Brooklyn Life A LIVING lius Clanrvhooper So you are happily married to Miss Birdie V- - iinnis IVU Amsterdam I suppose so She Texas Sift- is happy and I atu married ITS COMING M Kl Â¬ ont si st r La reo V ha ttMlbsssa s KATE s 14 FOR JOHN llll STKATION rv Ar Ar H 1 h - Ar 0 J l jiT- Knlh y iiikI I NcliT sW VI riUunil 11 W t U 1 -- tbuui Urn of trim- Â¬ mings will you have on the coffin Widow None whatever It was V Undertaker hat kind trimmins that killed him Undertaker What Widow Yes Delirium trimmins Once a Week AT The Teacher Willie Watson go to the black oard and describe to the class a awnl i ni in Willie Watson Wots tber use teach er when they can see I key Hammer stein s legJodge I Maliel I wish you would bxik Maud and see if mv trousers hatg all right behind Judge 8TKy W It A VHKP1N J M JlsT BEFORE THE I EAST GREEN dent A 1 G -- WILLIE PLATS V MEAN IIIIIK i tC A WA THE DENTISTS fcfrrfcv T rfa sk J sE - YCU CAN BE CURED WHILE USING Â¬ - Â¬ - 1 TORNADO The Village Canton Ktn Iladlv Wrecked liy a storm July K A heavy Toikka Kan wind and rain tornado struck the little town of Canton Sundav afternoon and nearly demolished it Barns and h were overturned and destroyed not a single building in town escaping injury A score of people were injured by flying timber James r nyder and two others were buried under an overturned barn and Snyder Buffered a broken arm and other in juries from which he car not recover A number of farm houses that lay in the path of the storm were destroyed and great damage was done to crops Up to a late hour Sunday night no deaths have been reported but it is not possible that a number of fatali Â¬ ties iiave not resulted A Â¬ M Well John has not a single The habit of tisin toha s nan until Tobfl produced mouth and stomach dyspepsia memory nerw ni tric retina and w -Â¬ patient arrived iitess not doctor but Ill look under the tOshr dkM may tie hiding Fliegerde Blaetter under it Dashawi - You say your sister will be down it a minute Willie Thats good news I thought perhaps that she wanted to lie excr ed as she did the other i y Willie Not this time I played a trick on her Daahaway What did you do I Willie triumphantly said yon were another fellow Wonder -- j cut of blindne- - ireat Beossl here is back picture just to tit my frame NOT WELL I NO Gil A living Truth dull pain in the region of the owed late- bv thai and wi nktncd pu It also c e tality i Is fs lot IIIMIIY SYMPATHETIC A PIMITK II Ill MIIIK -- fl Jaw IS TOO LA To Sail uJdcnlv is too severe a to ihc sv stein a- smoker becomes a stimulant that h BACCO-CU-Rem connuiilli craves fie and reliable remcdi guararteed to be perfectly li Had which has been in ue lot last 2 vears having cured the habitual tobacco user- - sSBCssers ci am snutY dippers Vol CN I SF AIL THE TOBlClll VIII QUIT BEFORE IT i July ft A terrific 1KAiioiiY Kas rain and wind storm visited this town rf Storm at lVtHxly Kan hon--fful- ly through i d Dp i not not tit to any 111 id re- il but I men the life wrong no- i urch en to that drown men in destruction and perdi- men are iiiy of our business - You tmpled to overanxiety and know dajr that nearly ail cith the love of quirk are crowded with men re- e rich at all hazards They I hints nr liest are inpetition with men of and if an opiMirtutnty of accumulation be picks noiir widi anuary to Decern hi onh in if it i brain tuat har- - Even the back wave of r the churches am on Itibies and an living on cultivation inderstan the wear and and mil onr merchants ar when houti an iveii ains data orarede- at the f the aeo of the heart it exhausts the anj of mu in middle life inui the grave fe dashed oat against money o with their store upon Aleppo to Demaacne fe f care behind counters banished from the lKeah air weighed down by so man Oh I wiah I could to day rub Olsee standing a ci appropriate for him would be an ever While my friends o not admit there is such a as the lawful use of money a profitable use of money let us r hat money can not satisfy a a mans soul that it can not glitter in rk valley that it can not pay our icross the Jordan of death that it can not unlock the gate of Heaven Theec are men in all occupations who to act as though they thought that a pack of bonds and mortgages could traded off for a title to Heaven and as though gold would be a law ul tender in that place where it is so common that they make pave ments out of it Salvation by Christ is the only salvation Treasures in Heaven are the only incorruptible trea ures Have you ever c phered out in the rule of loss and gain the sum What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul However fine your apparel the winds of death will flutter it like rags Home spun and a threadbare coat have some Â¬ times been the shadow of coming made white in the blood of the Lamb The pearl of great price is worth more than anv gem you can bring from the ocean tiian Australian or liraziiian mines strung in one carcanet Seek His righteousness and after all shall ie well here all shall be well fter ue of you remember the ship- Â¬ wreck of the Central America That noble steamer had I think about five hundred passengers aboard Suddenly the storm came and the surges trampled the decks and swung into the hatches and there went up a hundred- death shriek The foam on the jaw of the wave The pitching of the Steamer as though it was leaping a mountain The oisinal flare of tL nal rockets The long cough of the steam p pes The hiss of extinguished furnaces The walking of God on the wave The steamer went down with Â¬ out a struggle As the passengers stationed themselves in rows to bale out the vessel hark to the thump of the buckets as the men unused to toil with blistered hands and strained muscle tug for their lives There is a sail seen against the sky The flash of the distress gun is noticed heard not for it is choked in the louder booming of the sea A few passengers escaped but the steam- Â¬ er gave one great lurch and was gone are some men w ho sail on erously in life Alls well alls welL But at last some financial ter comes a euroclydon Down go The bottom of the eomoie sea is strewn with shattered hi But because our property foes do not 1m- Â¬ Â¬ think that the heaven that would be Free Fight About a ilrl A fight Lax astkk Ky July took place at Dripping Springs twelve miles east of here A large crowd had gathered to a picnic given by Mr Ballard proprietor of the springs At one oclock dancing commenced and everything went off quietly until two men name i Smith and Reed quarreled over l Â¬ rived at Paraiso Springs June i acI e was afcompanied by a servant flicted with sciatica and was in a helt less condition but had been gradually improving and lately was getting able to walk a little He was expected to entirely recover He did not leave hi room for the last three days and ap- Â¬ peared very despondent It is not known where he obtained the laudanum Ki Gnv Stevenson Suicides San Lris Uisio Cal July 8 Ex Gov Stevenson of Idaho committed suicide by taking laudanum He ar- and vicinity Sunday afternoon and much damage to barns windmills and The crops by the wind is reported streams are higher than they have been for ten years The Doyal rose eight feet in three hours and many bridges are in danger of lieing washed away About one foot of water stood half the way up Main street Necro Shot by a tonnj Lady Little Rock Ark July 8 At Kia machi I T Sunday Sallie Harkins a ss sw First Actor never go on a new piece without wishing it were some one else in my place Second Actor Thats a reason why you should make a great success dear I dont-cher-kno- r Is she dreaming of orange flowers Is she writing poem on love Is she bnililin Spanish towers In the midst of silken bowers The sweet little IsaoeaM dear Oh no she s orlv nrjrtag to Invent a costume Which will 1111 til her friends with wild en y and toom your bill J Doctor Xo Your wife told me to wait until you got stronger Brooklyn Life- - Patient Doctor you havent sent ii Th rsual Way Â¬ OtlllM rl R l girl The latter invited his rival out matter In the meantime friends of both parties took sides iuus knives and pistols were used freely Heed had his skull fractured ind has a broken arm No arrests so far Louisville Doctor Fatal Fall to settle the Â¬ young lady living near there shot and killed John Burgess a Negro who cursed her because she charged him with burning her fathers house The Negro admitted the crime and said he was sorry she was not in the house Miss Harkins replied when it burned by putting two millets Into the Negros head ill- Valkyrie III HrNTKiis Jiav July 8 The repre- Â¬ sentative of the United Press learns that the Valkyrie III will take part in no more races on this side of the At She will go to Hendersons ladtic yard Monday to prepare for her voy- Â¬ age to New York Â¬ boy It shows sympathy with youraudi ence Harpers Weekly ANOTHER GENTLE VICTIM Truth found him to be a friend in need Wifj jTins How when he needed omethinsr Haroers Bazar Parrott Hardup isnt rich but Ive BEAR AND FORI1EAR THE MARKETS FLorRSprinfr patent is m taste at fivwi 4t sprins fancy at 3ii ii spring famiiv M 1350 i -- nently cure any case with three boxes or refund the money with 10 per cent inter- Â¬ est Bacco Curo is not a sut stitute but a reliable and scientific cure which abso lutely destroys the craving for tobacco without the aid of will power and without inconvenience It leaves the svstem as pure and free from nicotine a the da took our first chew in smoke Sold by all druggists at per box three box s 70 da s treatment and guar- Â¬ 2 50 or sent direct anteed cure upon receipt of price Send six 2 cent si sbr sample booklet and proofs free Eure Â¬ ka Chemical iV Manufacturing Comnanv manufactuiing chemists La Crcsste Wis Â¬ consin i 2 Â¬ 1 WANT WllILK TAKING IT WILL NOTIFY YOl WHEN 11 vVe ijive a written guarantee to Ko BTOT perma riMINNlTI July at Wint r patent isoflereii as liw but the better qualities are h rt as V inter bHMf is held hiirh as fi30 at 370ijt 90 a niaU ot selling at r rimilv u 0 extra M tilti las taota and low grade at KS0 Whk r Old No I would probably bring TIo but the little here is held at 7ic IoKx No mixed sold at aM in elevator and osfl ear do at 4Sc on track and one car No S mixed at 17c on track Ovrs sm car No 1 white sold at Wc re No mixed mixed JS4c No 1 R N I B R R Time Table No fect May CAST BOUND 24 In Ef- Â¬ 12 1895 2ND CLASS Ky July 8 Dr EdLoiisviii ward K lalmer was run over by a bicycle on the Third street boulevard and sustained injuries from which he He was a member died at midnight of the faculty of the University of LouÂ¬ Six Persons Drowned in Lake Geneva July ft Six LAKK ilNEVA Wis persons were drowned in Lake Geneva Sunday afternoon by the swamping of the steam launch Dispatch In the tor- Â¬ nado which swept over this section about 5 oclock What is it Lizie a bov or a girl A gal Dear dear me theres some one else whos got to worry aUiut gittin a Life husband sMsatsiv jifc - - 3- - JLj EaC SM Cattle rs IK frk Truth A extra mon UN years of age and isville was about was known to physicians the world over Dr lalmer was riding on his wheel and just as he neared a wheel ridden by Will Colston a young so ciety man seemed to lose control He swerved and fell of his machine just before young Colston who could nut stop t o Kcponri nt In the Howard Case liOrisviitK Ky July 8 Jim Hall the prize fighter and Dave M Young one of the most popular insurance and society men in Louisville have been named as co respondents in the sensa tional Howard divorce case They have been mentioned for some time as among others who were to be specified in the answer of Dr John L Howard to the petition of Mrs Willie Lee Howard Mrrusea uis This is a piece of old fashioned ad- Â¬ vice it would be well for all young married couples to bear in mind DECISION WITHOUT WORDS TWO STRINGS TO HER BEAR VN Jones told you that would get even with Smith and I have Brown How did you do it Jones I made my wife put on her new dollar seal- Â¬ skin sacque and go and call on his wife I I Hins Market active and S Wc higher Se- Â¬ lect shippers Vi j iY butchers 5 l ijs packers IS OOS515 rood light 60 com- Â¬ mon and rough 4 50 Veal Cuvts Market active and iV high er Fair to good lisht ISJ5- S50 extra 167a common and large ts 7 Sheep asd Limbs sheep Market slow and weak w roo Bateae i 9 tOO common to fair on Lambs Market slow and 10 15c lower Extra i good to choice M505 3 common to fair 2S0- - ftiliS S Market stron Fair to vood ship ft im choice butchers mi medium butchers 304 35 com- Â¬ Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 1ST CLASS No 1 No 1 A M Versailles Nicholasville Valley Vi w Million P M A M 10 27 11 10 32 6 40 7 58 8 11 i n r 8 55 10 12 10 55 ill iii Â¬ Richmond Union Mobcrly Brassfield Panola Irvine m 3 03 45 - 12 u om 12 50 l 00 45 S 3 OO OS A M l r No 4 No 3 No WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua 2 No ii WHKAT gust No - 72 7 Cobs Oats- red c rts- - bid Spot 514 Spot7S 71lc ic September mixed 30 2 Baltimokk Jvlt KBthTlH Au 71 7ic iteamci 1500 month and August 931c Irvine Panola Brassfield Mobcrly Union Richmond Valirv V NirholacvilL a m r 5 1 n 45 59 2 40 J5 Judge Rve No A - No o 5 00 53 6 58 55ii5c 2 sis or OMISSION u Â¬ wbeat--Nt 66c 45c 7Jc red cash and Julv Tie September 7U No I red Augus 3 2 TObtBCO July lex 15 Cincinn 3 4 o A M P St O ms Xa No white mixed Mabhed Flee Times Bowling Hants Ky July 8 Tom Roach was stabbed tire times with a pocket knife by William Skillings re ceiving two cuts in the breast two in the back and one in the side It is not Maria youll drive me to suicide one of these days I really Oh I hope not Mr Jones dont think thttt poor Iido could ever be reconciled to a stepfather Ue is so fond of vou By Jove WIN TO UTIIEII8 She I iVeekly said no mine You havu seen papa and he has mixed August MKk septem 3 n0 any Al Trains between ille and Versailles daily hm holasw to AN OITIMISTIC iOCNGSTtlt He My dear he said nothing but I am led to beliere you can never be EKOcUl with the Railway al Judge Cattle -- Prime 1530 bulls rows and si fair Yorkers PiiTSBimH - Inly ft 50 good 5 Â¬ Jt TALK O THE T1ADK Y0i5 o roughs fl 530 common 75 LhO to hours retiire any W H ADA sirs in Louisville Iply to known what the trouble came up about but it is supposed the men were under the influence of liquor Tne doctor thinks he will not recover skillings has not been apprehended lionsht a Filly S eOBBBSUBBOsOT Pf L bTTI 1 ttJ0ai5 good common to fair lambs HWia 515 55 ing Tommy what on earth are vm doÂ¬ rsal caivea HrrrALti July Caitle Strong ton shade higher for good butchers stock hums 5 40 ci 45 common to Siieii aaa I 300 rasi ewe- Ky Lkximton July 8 Andy Welsh the well known bookmaker inWhat did purchased of John E Madden the quired the you do to get here visitor at the workhouse trree y ear old trotting filiy Winnie D Nothing repHcd the sad eyed inby Baron Wilkes out of Glean by Die I am doing time for vagrancy mate ador the dam of Rex Americus 211 St Louis Republic and three others that can trot better than SM price private but a long one There is a fashion in prayers as The fillv will be campaigned by Brook well as in coats and those who folior 0 u rry it do it at spiritual cost Rams Horr Â¬ Â¬ z ar d v handy wcth sheep 250 AUB- s- too lipped sheep export ii iv a conn Inui HAP Taking Nero out for a walk Fliegende U lac t ter tatioIMatket mixed steady at W quo und 11ce to cho mlJBTAIN woo JJK A 1 jw CAVtAiOinJUJtMARKs - am IvUKYhUGHTSA PATTEST V ITirlTPTnrnrTTS For a ISE Not lily 6 Peneneehitne intent business hybiU UcMov Father -- Why money the day is L salary all after that you have no is you receive your KyJuly 8 The cor orners jury which has been investi gating the case of the death of Oley An I ns vol da ble Accident It ow is not my fault daddy it Â¬ The professional men among our erallv borne a vere immirrratit small proportion to the total numbu Dr Worlds Fair Highest Award Prices Cream Baking Powder Mr Henpeekt What do you take me for anyway an aaafareDl Mrs Ikupeekt Why you dont im- Â¬ agine for a moment anybody would steal y Mr Henpeekt No but yon have 6uch a way of shutting mo up when ever we get home from anywhere Town Topics Â¬ Doiuostlc Helen of Trrror to make a mar r- s cJia lRBeelMae ow bonks seat free biksct throoath Mama A Cn Si Scissor r Grinder--1- 1 ruaj wheat I S2 2N KJ 1 eS Sl05fhtJ52ST Man Grinder Louis Republic ow is busine PickUg up Bow is yours ski vellow bTV I gWsjr MLNM baroratha pohlicwith- eieawjaly atostm e1hasbyfsrtho jronlatun tw any scientoe work in Uie A saertra aTand SSK otjasasatfraa Tors Pretty dull til 01 pistes la ookws anl Miotaxastpkafiw risns snstillse rsllistsisisau lax w o al satAsjWAT- -