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Digital page images are linked to the text file. dr f IX RICHMOND HEIRESSES 1I MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U 3 Govt Report NKWIMKT -- jrv iissn 11 JULY 24 1895 Mrs Â¬ W VOLUME WEDNESDAY HOUSELESS NUMBER wife of Ex PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PETSICIANS D1J A CARRIAGES Anna Gage Deputy u Columbus H STEW AIT - PHYSKIAM AM BURGEON B k Boys if yon want a rich girl consult the following list tit heiresses rcjiorted liv the New York World asspemling the summer at the places indicated lie has inher- Â¬ ited this fortune from her grandfather Stephen Weld of Boston and will eventually inherit from her mother a similar amount iM7fX0000 Miss Virginia Fair daughterof the late Senator Fair of California MWOOQO Actual fortune - KtMUKV at Main street Reside rvfr Covn 14- RoYal g gS5S AT MACKINAC MICH One year ago there was so much Inter est in these horseless carriages that a race a arranged between them from Parle to Rouen the first prize to be given to the carriage which should excel in speed S Marshal Kan GOLD SILVER OR GREENBACKS mu says Either will purchase more Dry Goeali at Whit than at any uthcr house in Richmond 1 - DRO 7 UNO A KENNEDY 71 A JJTB SURGEON KhMlKY i re 7ypsia KNOWLEDGE to personal enjoyment when rijrhtly used The many who live bet ter than other and enjoy life more with xpe nditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the Deed of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principle embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the ta ste the refreshing and truly iKMieficia properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance Syrup of Fin is for sale by all drug in 50c and bottles but it is man nfactaied by the California Fig Syrup Co only irWw name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informed you will not ccent any substitute if offered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE sad 4 i s lock reet up 13- - Brinp- - comfort and improvement and DR JOHN If FOSTER PHYSKIAM MOMC - AND SURGEON KkMICKY letween Si- Street rr Main W EVANS M D Riiiimosd Kknticky N h Ileathera IU iffic T 1 TAYLOR v rr KY RICHMOMOl on Second - - r Kknh Yeagers Jewelry rtCt DR H R GIBSON SURGEON KENTUCKY 10 Sec- Ill VSR IAS AKD TRY US Fresh Meats Fresh Fish 11 AS BOOKER 87X01 a Specialty VETERINARY Miss Celia Cudahy 750000 Gertrude Vanderhilt Miss Mary Cudahy 750000 daughter of Mr and Mrs Miss Clara Cudahy 750000 Cornelius Vanderhilt 10000000 unmiell of Providence FASHIONS AT SARATOGA daughter of Mrs William iannnell 7000000 Miss Consuelo Vanderhilt MoKSlNCi OOWNS ORA LlXKJI AND nlT- daughter of William K TKitiuk cotxauttMal MtrVIM Vanderhilt HL00000 cortimes caiis Blanche Havemeyer A complete sutiservience to Fashion youngest daughter of Mr or an eipial independenca regarding it and Mrs Theodore A Have often bring abont very amusing contrasts mever 00000 in dress such as are seen nowhere else Mjjsiirace Wilson daughterof in America and this daily panorama Mr and Mrs Ru hard T constitutes one of the principal at Wilson SjOaOjOOO tractions of Saratoga Persons who Miss Gorgette Kidd daughter court notoriety find in the hotel piazzas of Mr and Mrs deirge W or dining rooms an ever fresh opportu- Â¬ Ki hl lOmoOO nity for the display of elegant costumes errv daughter of Mr or jewelry usually however people of and Mrs Fllridne T ierry- - jOOOOO high relinement shrink from anything Ifia Klsie Clews daughterof like conspicuous attire Breakfast hours Mr and Mrs Heiirv Clews IvOOCLOOO show the greatest variety of costume as The Misses Irice daughters of those who have an outdoor excursion in Senator and Mrs Calvin view wear piiue linen serge or duck Briea ioooxx tailor made suits or the still popu Miss Sherman daughter of Mr lar black crepon or hrilliantine skirts and Mrs William Watti with cambric silk or any fancv waist Sherman 1000000 while those who intend lounging for an The Misses Wetmore daugh hour or t Ao particularly the nouveaux ters of Senator and Mrs riches often wear superb crepon or silk GeorcaP Wetmore I000tt00 morning gow ns - marvels of lieatity the Miss Hunt daughter of Bach wavy irregularitk silky light hued and Hunt MOiOO crepon reminding one of fleecy sunset m Morgan daughter of Wilclouds MQJJOO liam F Morgan Â¬ Â¬ ATTOSmSTS W R SHACKELFORD ATTiUMA l77Hr Kkhtockt 4- STEPHEN I PARRISH Kin ATTORNEY AT LAW The Mi ses Whitehouseilaugh ter of Mr and Mis Fitzhngh Whitehouse milv Tooker daughter f Mr iahriel Mead looker iith Book dauiihter of Mrs Edward F Rook WE KEEP THE WEST MiM Marie Winthrop daugh terof Mr and Mrs Buch And sell it reasonable prices You anan Winthrop can always obtain value received Miss Poat daughter of Mr and Mrs William Post mr vour nimicv with us lour tapp daughter of Mrs orders delivered any place within Hevereux Clapp THESK l KIV TOIIKT1ES Vegetables Â¬ Â¬ the corporation s K Tooa it utile J A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW K EMTUCKl M M Hamilton C T WELLS I Co The two Misses Sheehan daughters of CornelitisShee han of Saratoga Springs each Miss Fannie Payn daughter of Mrs Dr Payn of Sarato- -r- are trimmed with silk crape or tine lace and being lined w ith silk the effect is as 100000 soft and harmonious as a tinted sea shell Handsome silks are worn in the morntBOfiOO ing with equally rich hats and parasols and as elbow sleeves are very fashionable HKltKXI loiiL light colored gloves follow as a mat- Â¬ ter of course imparting a very dressy appearance trass linen or linen batiste 800000 ami narrow butter lace are a combination which has spread like wild tire 180060 and although a plain and uMnqwnaive fabric when the perforated varieties are U0000 made tip over silK it liecomes a different matter Plain grass linen is just as stylish as the perforated and waists collarettes or fronts are seen everywhere and fifteen lengthwise rows of butter 800000 lace on a sleeve in three clusters is not an exaggeration Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Manager ings Â¬ lAKGK COllAKFTTKS 100000 of plain or perforated grass linen edged ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond - - Kentucky W SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW Klc HMOMi Kkmi etc v 1 lairs 31 30 1 C A H OHKNAULT LA A ATTORNEYS AT Rkiivimi r KkN I l Ckeaaaaa 31 KY The two Misses Nolan daughMain St Richmond Kv ters of ex Mavor M N No lan of Albany and Saratoga Springs each LODGE DIEECTOBY The two Misses Murphv daughters of United States Senator Edward Murphy Richmond Lodge No 15 meets second dr of Troy and Saratoga nd fourth Tuesdays in each month S I leatlicrag Master J Speed Smith springs each Secretary The Misses Hanson daughters Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No if of H P Hanson of Saratoga 1 meets third Tuesday in each month Springs each Armer H P j Speed Smith Sect Reg Richmond Commander No ic Miss Bernheimer daughter of ular nieetinij the first Toeaoay in eacl I S liernheimei f New Visiting Sir Knights are cordial mcjnth York Citv invited to attend D P Armer K Miss Kate Batcheller daugh J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Loige No 183 at Kirksville terof Gen George S Batchel nicets Saturdav evening lefore th full ler of Saratoga Springs and A I Bon moon in every month Paris France K KCotton Secretary M 1 Â¬ Â¬ 290000 800000 100000 250000 200000 gr10 SEPTAL STXEGESY WELBY W BURGIN ItEST 1ST KlCHMuNI h - KrNTlCKY 20 over Ctienault Secnnd 45 DR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL Richmond srjEXf - Miss Beatrice Davidson daughter of the late John McB Davidson of New York City and Saratoga Springs Miss ieorgie French daugh W M J H Turpin Secietarv ter of ien Winsor I Hamilton Iodge No 57S at John French of Saratoga Springs Lnion Citv meets second Saturday in Miss Marrietta Shoemaker everv month John I Hamilton W M daughter of Mrs M C Shoe- Â¬ lohn L Griggs Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Boones maker of Cincinnati O taaroagh metis third Saturday in ever and Saratoga Springs Win Bennett W M S Old month The five Misses OConnor ham Secretary daughters of ex State Senator Berea Lodge No 617 meets the first Saturdav in each month at 7 oclock p m Eugene F Connor of E L Robinson Secretary E T Fish Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Kingston Lodge No 51 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the foil moon in everv month T C Witt Sec M Boen W M retarv meets fourth Waco Lolge No 5 Saturdav in ever month Vr F Fielder with embroidery are stylish with any costume and small embroidered batiste collars and etilis are worn toan unlimited extent The neutral tint of grass linen is extremely trying colored satin ribbon stock collars obviate that difficulty to a certain extent and a pure white linen batiste collarette often ornaments a grass linen waist loth lavishly trimmed ith narrow butter lace Exquisitely fine white nainsook Swiss muslin or white linen batiste embroidered vokes afford a pretty contrast to grass linen being used iu niucii the same way and just now artificial flowers are very generally worn on collars capes dresses or parasols and the sweet fragrance of Murray A Ian maus Florida water is in thorough har mony naturally conveying the impres sion that they belong to Nature rather than art MOHAIR oOOOOO in varied colors is very stylish this sea sou for driving costumes or taffeta silk Kentucky Office 3- Master I O O F nth 1iiildinK Mair Street fcaflractn e Knitted to dentistry - L HARRIS M P Kjchmond I - Kfntkky r worlv a iperinlty m Office in Madison Lodae No 14 meets ever Mondav at their hall on Main street S H Thorpe N G E G Parrish V G Krazee Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets everv first and third Thursday in Odd Kellows L Z Hall on Main street Richmond Taylor C P L J Frazee Scribe LJ Brooklyn and Saratoga Springs each Miss Ide daughter of George P Ide of Troy Miss Mav Manning daughter of John A Manfiing of Troy and Saratoga Springs lech daughter of Mrs W Freeh of New York Citv MNs Emma Strong daughter of Dr S E Strong of Saratoga Springs The two Misses Gleason daughters of J J Gleason of New York Citv each Miss Eliza McLaughlin of Sar atoga Springs Miss Hillshury daughter of Miss Adena Harvev daughter of G H Harvey of Saratoga Â¬ Â¬ costumes trimmed with colored velvet or satin ribbon and lace are noticeably popular for afternoon in which case no change of dress for dinner or evening is necessary White parasols give their 250000 peculiar finish to all costumes therefore they are in the majority on the verandahs or on afternoon excursions and ostrich feathers on large Leghorns are in keeping imparting an air of elegance which 100000 is not attained by any other millinery garniture 150000 Â¬ manageability afety and economy There were one hundred and two veh cles entered but before the day of the contest this number was reduced by withdrawal aud disqualifications to twenty one The starters were of all shapes and sizes from the neat victorias to great coacln Vdk iltati BaUJI eight and ten passengers The first to that question their contention Is not ten- finish was the Comte de Dions steam able It omits to consider very important vehicle a heavy traction engine of some distinctions It may be true that a State twenty live horse power drawing a four could not under a very liberal construcaaaad carraige The next to finish tion of the inter state commerce nro- - thirty rive minutes later was a four seat vision of the constitution prohibit a per ed phaeton built by the Sons of Peugeot son in one State from telegraphing infor Brothers ot Paris and propelled iy a mation to a person in another ftate as to Daimler petroleum motor The lext hat is going on at a particular race four to finish were also propelled by the track It may also he true that a par- same motor The prize was given to the ticular State under the same provision first petroleum motor to finish and this could not prevent a man in Ohio for ex- carriage had covered the distance ample from sending money to Kentucky eighty miles in live hours and forty minto be lict on a certain horse or on any utes including two stops of fifteen min- Â¬ horse To this extent it is possible that utes each This test was a distinct victothe constitutional inhibition might ap ry for petroleum engines and a special ply hut certainly no farther A State victory for the Daimler type of engire can not sav for example that whisky In these petroleum engines it musl not can not be shipped into it from another be understood that petroleum is used as State but it can say if it sees fit that it a fuel for the production of steam The shall not be sold within its borders So principle is piite different as this Daim with any other article of commerce ler motor is the utilization of gas ei plo whatever It can without infringing sions prodneed at regular intervals upon the constitution enact a law that no What bothered the inventive minds of in use or part of a house shall be kept uho first experimented with this open tor the sale of any prohibited type of engine was the irregularity of article motion and the fact that when the work And after any article once arrives in to lie done ami less than the normal powthe State it mav define the purpose for er of the engine too many explosions which it mav he sold and the manner in occurred and the machine ran too fast which it may lie sold In States which The first of these defects was Corrected have passed laws prohibiting the sale of by the introduction of a iy wheel hiavy spirituous liquors the sale of liquors may enough to take up and carry all the surlie entirely inhibited w ithout so far as plus force of the gas at the lnomert of we are informed a violation of the con the explosion The piston was thus r or like reasons it is entirely brought back by the momentum acquired stitution competent for State legislatures to enact bv the fly wheel to the position in the that DO pool rooms or places for the mak- cylinder where a fresh explosion had the ing of foreign liooks shall be kept in the greatest propelling eflect upon it The State and it mav prohibit these acts In defect mentioned was remedied by an sufficient penalties It can also deny the ingenious application of the principle of right of any one in the State to enter the regulation governor bv which the live was not opened when the speed such pool rooms for the purpose of purot the engine exceeded a certain limit chasing kxiIs or of making bets If these propositions should be un Again the cylinder in which the explo Â¬ sound and if it he true that the foreign sions took place became so hot afer a hook maker and pool seller are protected time that the entire engine was likely t bv the intei state commerce clause ol the be smashed owing to the expansion of constitution then we are not without parts made to it accurately A water remedy In that event Cougress cer- jacket around the cylinder aud a circutainly has jurisdiction so far as such a lating cistern in connection with it pre The heated law passed by a State would lie in con Â¬ vented this catastrophe flict with the constitution Congress water flowed out above while the cold could then enact a law that would pro- Â¬ water passed into the cistern in its urn With such improvement as indicated hibit the sale of foreign Mois and each state could regulate these matters so far the gas engine became commercially as events within its own limits were con Â¬ practicable But it was not until bout nine years ago that Mr Daimler a tier cerned of Congress come from the man inventor found that he could make Members different States and partake of the senti- use of the ordinary gaa engine with as a consumer of ment of he people within the tates some modifications No one pretends that it is not entirely liquid hydro carbons variously knovnaa competent for state legislatures to con- petroleum naphtha para IB no or gaso Â¬ trol th- - question so farasjHiolsand books line The chief change was the addition on events within the State are concerned of a small heating chamber into v bich For example the Kentucky legislature the liquid fuel passed before entering the can say that pools on a race at exington cylinder Beneath this chamber a petroshall not he sold in Covington If the leum burner was lighted and its metal theory of the friends of the pool rooms covering made no hot that the petroleum is true the Kentucky legislature cotlld vaporized as soon as it euterd the chamnot prohibit the sale in Covington on a ber The freshlv prepared gas was then in race in California or Ohio But the position to explode iu the cylinder as Kentucky legislature could control the soon as it was mixed with the air A small portion of each charge was allowed domestic question Congress there is every reason to believe would act quite to escape through an opening nea- the top of the cylinder so as to come in conas promptly in the matter as any state legislature It meets in December and tact with the naked light which heated that is about as early as the state legisla the vajKirizing chamber These virions tures assemble The pool rooms might steps were automatically regulated bv make a fight in Congress as well as in puppet valves which regulated the force the state legislatures and there is no and time of the explosions Such on general lines is the Daimler doubt that they would in both cases motor which has been used so elleciively raise large corruption funds but in the in these in After end they are sure to be beaten No seemingly road tests the France perfecting motor there was business which is condemned by almost much ingenuity required in reducing universal popular sentiment can long en- its size and also in preventing bad dure in a government which is conducted smells and objectionable noise Perfect by the people The days ot this evil are combustion secured abatement of islors and the size was diminished by shorten numbered and it can not long withstand ing the stroke of the piston roil and the preasure that is brought to bear enlarging the cross section of cylinder aKaill8t it Tiie nuisance will be abated This gave a shorter contiH ting rod be tween the piston cross head and this piu and all the people will say amen on the fly wheel In ordertogain increH ed lower with a shorter otroke the sjieed of the engine had to lie accelerated from GOOD PRICES FOR YEARLINGS 120 to 700 revolutions per minute llar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I was delivered of TWINS in less than 20 min- Â¬ utes and scarcely any pain after using only two bottles of Y with From now until Juv t we iatead to aaMghfter all kinds of Dv - Xo- - flnTBKss MOTHERS FRIEND tious Corset- for themselves Jloves ami Hosiery at prices that will apeak Look at the following Daw 91 mailed f n e BKAlKIrlD by mall ty Sentper Express or Book O bottle DID NOT SUFFER AFTERWARD on reewlpt of Dili -TO MOTU1 third off for Â¬ mer prices for cash 10c KECtUTOB CO ATLANTA til SCLD BY ALL DKlGGISTS Half wool Challis aoU for 25e aow In White G all wool Dress Goods at net coot J 000000 People Wear ami Silk Waist Patterns we have an rodUwi will pty you to price them WLDouglasSIioes HAND SEWED PROCESS arnnrrtift j It 500 J adF CL ZT NTHE EWORLD 30U BEST the redaction will astoaisa Hoaiory Corsets and Cloves which for quality aad pri you cant touch elsewhere Gauze and Maslin CJadenrcar at -- 350 2 50 For Men 1 225 fty WI wCt 200 1T5 For Boys anflYOttutf your own price it will live tain 30 day cash ale youi We mean BUSIX on A stve you money Respectfully War W L Oonet IkM mtt Itfl to 83 00 a pair Ai M Width irther ae atrrance m leatbi r has mik - lat nr ce oil sole W f -from and reniaia Hit buullaftkhoei isuie ml priee iss miue L Dttacla IIbucktu s Maos Sou oy White GREAT Mens Gibson Mens iaue Undershirts Balbriggan -- JACS FHEEMA1T 4- - Richmond Zy TAYLOR BROS -- Dealers in- - Undershirts loug and hurt - Ileas Tinmre S A large stock kept constantly on hand Balbriggan Drawerh - Ladies Vests and lie Call BARGAINS - Mens Laundried Shirt- - 39e up A large stock to elect from -- FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural plements Im- and see them before von bay otall kinds Fans Fan- - W want to upply -- BUILDERS We keep in stock every tbing in the hardware line that you need every man woman and child in AT Riehmond with fans -- Open and i We make specialties of TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING hut fans I and i t A finer line at Jn j and 93c r 40 26 w 7 Dont fail in Poor Health Browns If you are feeling out of sorts weak aud generally ex hausted nervous have no appetite and cant work been at oncetak- ing the most relia- - J ble strengthening medicine which is J crown s iron ou- Â¬ ters A few bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the very first dose it won t 4tam your teeth and tv aoaatf W bvr LMcatUtfc ELDERS what we have in shove line Parasols Parasols We have au iinmen e line of Umbrellas ami Parasols at up up LOr - Iap Rol e- - 25c BAR6AIN Window Shade- - eomplete Â¬ Curtain We -- Pole- - lot- up means so much more than ryou imagine serious andl fatal diseases result fronn trifling ailments neglected 1 Dont play with Natures i greatest gift health ell more Envelopes aad Pa per for 5c than you bay where for 2 e STORE Matting llje jnr yard Table Oil Cloth 15c per yard inches wide 30 6 I Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia Gurney Patent Refrigerators RrasoBN Why the Harney Outsells All its J ttimetitiirs Â¬ It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood 4 First The Gurrey having a removable galvanised ice compartment makes it the only cleanable refrigerator and beint tree t Constipation Malaria lers At the Belle Meade sale in New York the average price was 1015 Some of the more important sales were Bay colt by Enquirer dam Bon nie Meade Chestnut colt by Ircxpiois dam 1150 Weekly COL KNIGHTS OK HONOR ay 22 J A J C MOttGAN VATKS Amitv Lodge No etc K of H meets every Friday evening in the Odd Fellows H C Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MORGAN A YATi -I- iEXTlsl - - KlHMND Bank - KENTrtKY r Main Street over Madison National 3- - White Lodge No 43 K P meets er Wednesday evening at Odd Kellows C W Tudor C C hall at oclock C C Hooker K of R and S ev- in verv pale shades lined with plaided silk is the favored material for driving 100000 capes as it sheds the dust and at the same time is soft and clinging For cool evenings colored velvet capes almost 100000 covered with white lace present a verv dashing appearance or while or colored satin capes are similarly trimmed with The newest capes 100000 jetted or plain lace in Saratoga are two of black Marquise lace sent direct from Paris for two 100000 society belles and are full around the loer part and longer than any of the 100000 s ylish Spring or Summer caries 100000 LADIES CLOTH 1BON BBAO NAIL Nervous ailments Womens complaints v t-- Carlotta Crown colt by Clarendon dam Mariposa Brown colt by Iroquois dam Ban dana Bay colt by Clarendon dam Co loesa 0500 1750 2 500 ton SEEK THE Springs 100000 KaaOi AND TMKKK Real Estate FOR SALE The house and iot in Irvine Kv known M Ike Riddell hoti e A loveh situation and going at a bargain Ten thousand acres mineral and ation Camp and its timber laa tributaries Contains over tliree feet fine canuel coal 40 inches block coal and immense quantities of hard wood and poplar timber Four hundred acres coV and timber land on the waters of Sturgeon Creek Lee countv Kvat a bargain House and thirteen actt s of lani at Millers Creek Kv The R N I 5 B depot will be located on this when the road is extended hundred acres it Kinds StC s R Potters and clat for encaustic tiling abund A bargain offered ant on this lani Station and post office established Residence on the corner of Oak and I cV COOL RESORTS OF MICHIGAN ELEGANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING CARS run daily between Miss Alia Rock feller at Kock- wood N Y J 10100000 Mi s Helen Gould at Irving N ton Y 5000000 1000000 1000000 1000000 2000000 800000 5060O0 Cincinnati and Bay View VIA Miss Florence Pullman at El beron N J Miss Morgan at West Point N Y Mich Big Four Route and C Old Miss Elise MeCormack of Chi- at Bar Harbor Me Miss Corbin Miss Margaret schieffelin MissSallie Hewitt AT LENOX W M Railway Miss Miss Miss Miss THE DIRECT ROUTE TO St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse City Elk Rapids Charlevoix Petoskey and Bay View This is the only line by which passengers to the Traverse Region are landed it Traverse City WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS Emily Sloane Ethel Stokes Helen Stokes Constant Parsons The Misses Sands each Miss Edith Barnes Miss Charlotte Barries AT BICliriEID SIBI Miss Levin Miss Von Stade 5000000 1 000000 100000 100000 100000 100000 1000000 B K For full information as to time of trains etc write any representative Big Four Route D B Martin E 0 NcCermick Cenl Pus 4 TkL Aft Pass Traffic Mar 1000000 1000000 500000 300000 WIS ienniel ouis Howard Miss Gertrude May Chase AT LAKE OENEVA House and lot on Broadway Rich Good cm cation mood Kv wuents on the street House and lot on Notth frost good location good and outbuildip S F ROCK Si- - out buid Lot with basement and cellar Young fruit and good 90 x too lee room COAL THF TAH trad Miss Nannie loiter Miss Sophia Harrison Miss Florence Higenb tb 5000000 750000 Is excellent for painting roofs barns and sale bv other outside bu id RifiMflD liuda Peck Miss Arline Peck OOO Chestnut colt by Iroquois dam Ouida 3300 RM L K KJMS DOOMED Brown fillv by Iroquois daui Duchess ikh Live Slock Recordl Browu colt by Enquirer dam Bro-Â¬ There is but one opinion about city cade 1000 pool rooms and all foreign hooks ami Chestnut colt by Iroquois dam pools which is that they are an unmitKuainel 2100 igated nuisance and should be suppressed Bay colt by Great Tom dam Maby law They are detrimental to race jestic 1550 meetings and do nothing to encourage Chestnut colt bv Enquirer darn the breeding of good horses They are Buttercup 1000 nothing but gambling dens and are on a Brown colt by Iroquois dam HilIf the precise level with faro banks da 2100 latter should be abolished so also should Brown colt by Iroquois dam Tas- Â¬ trotting or the ormer No respectable sel 1050 racing horse man that we know of desires de-Â¬ Black or Brown colt dam Sparrow Only those who their perpetuation grass 1000 sire free and unlimited gambling with B the profits in the relation of sixteen or Chestnut colt by Inspector 700 dam Turmeric more to one ask for their continuance The sentiment among genuine horsemen Chestnut filly by Iroquois dam 850 Babee and nnblic is strongly against thein B dam opinion generally is in line with this Bay colt by Inspector Saxony There is probably no State sentiment iu the Union that has not or will not Chestnut filly by Inspector B dam Kosa Buckien 10 legislate against them They differ as widely from the sort ot betting that is Chestnut fillv by Loyalist dam 1500 Cantolet permitted on respectable tracks as day Bay colt by Luke Blackburn dam from night 750 Tonnnie Belie The frientls of the city pool room and foreign books who are the men who Bay colt by Luke Blackburn dam Envenom l05o share the profits have invented a new theory They now say that State legislaA new line of buggies carriages sur tures can not interfere with them be Â¬ cause the constitution of the United rie barouche and wagons just received authority They are dandies Come and see them States giv es Congress It is rather Made of the best materia and guaran over inter state Prices lower than ever before a novel idea that the gambling carried on teed in these institutions should be dig Richmond Carriage Works bv the name of commerce hut passing i L Midkiff Pre Verona Clarke Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Through all the agitation in Kentucky one fact shines out vivid as lightning The Hon Iron Brad Nail was nominated To for Commissioner of Agriculture ibtain this nomination has been the aspiration of Mr Nails waking days aud the dream at nights for months Every lover of agriculture mist re ioice iu his triumph There is not a blade of grass in Kentucky that hius not polished itself in honor of Mr Nails victory not a field of hemp that coesnt stretch itself with glee not a horsj that doesnt laugh in ecstacy uot a still that doesnt speak louder than words Ere many mouths have gone great improve ments will be seen in Kentucky The introduction of self milking cown pro ducing nothing but sterilized milk and the armiug of sheep with sheai s and razors lioth for closer and more convenient shaving and as a protection against dogs are among the least amendments of agriculture which are expected ot the Hon Iron B Nail Burgoo and barbecue experiment stations will be established at convenient points and a Cuckoo reservation is already planned When the hand of the Hon Iron B Nail is put to the plough the plough will have to speed and the crops will have to hump themselves New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Get only the penuine it has crossed red j hui on the wrapper All others an sub- tttmia I 11 riiiiit nf tun ii Minuis r will bent svt ol let Beautiful World 1 Fair Viws arJ book free fiA m1vAVVVAA BRIDGEFORDS ECONOMIST RANGE SEE THEM EXAMINE THEM from damage by the ice pick overcome a The Gur- Â¬ common fault of refrigerators ney - so constructed that the ice does not come in contact with the side walls thus aaaaar preventing all condensation or Sweating aal on the inde lining an important feature of cleanliness and durability Second When the dryness is tested prefcreoca 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 mineral wool with which the Gurnev is packed is the sal perfect insulatoror non conductor for tilling walU Fif b A te t will show that the Gurney has the freest circu it ion Sixth The Gurney by reason of its free circulation will show in one third the time from two to four degrees lower temperrture than anv other refrigerator on the market Yours in improvements SHACKELFORD Ktrarrly i CENTRY PURCHASE THEM und as BEAUMONT COLLEGE1 nxKliur vofclaim toeducation to the in the higher substantial DAI HHTKR S CllLLEnK Har- - An institution for the highest culture of front rank of Amrrican jemnle coRtm aid Oiaaf ladies olly Located at one ot the loveliest spots in America Each te Five degrees Perhaps the most extended everv step for soliditv er a specialist curriculum to be found in anv Southern female college Ha drawn its students from 6 States Th Smith A M Prest Alumnus Lniversit ot Virginia 4 11 During ill k J the Dull Season If you want anything in the JEWELRY LINE dont fail to go to K Go to D P Armer the Main Street Jeweler for one of those handsoms Gold Ladies and Gents and Gold Filled Watches that he is offering so cheap Also some of those Boys Watches at 50 that are warranted Did Yea 63 Sold in Richmond M That you cannot Â¬ Dealers in Hardware and Tinware 3 35 unless you have If you are weal tired pure rich blood Meiliciae Tbat Makes a Man Hustle languid and all run down it is ecause your blood is impoverished aud licks viFranklin Co Tenn Mav 16 iSj tality These troubles may be o ercome I m forty five years old and hve by Hoods Sarsaparilla because Hoods spent eight years in bd heaith I am a It is poor man and have to bustle for a living arilla makes pure rich blo in truth the great blood purifier Bv the use of Black Draught I am now able to hustle in my market garden and Hoods Pills cure liver ills cons ipatinn am as stout as a mule It is the greatest jaundice i earth and does more than it jn otnmeaded to do L A hoi be well Â¬ Bvar Thial I BV 1 D P Armer The Main St Jeweler As he is offering Bu Watches Clock never has been offered before ask ot you is to come in an lock and 1 nan I All w that cash w de THE CLIMAX FUBUHHED BVEKY WBDKSSDAT BT BUY VOIR SHOES ANDHAir BOW The wheeders Gazette says Hides are steadily advancing in price and this factor is helping hold up the market for live stock at this dull season Native FRENCH TIPTOK Editok hides have reached fourteen cents 1 I ARMKR Man which is the highest price on record This means a certain advance in the PJIICK PKH YEAR price of all leather goods and farmers AFTER UNAUTHORIZED INSUR- ANCE AGENTS should avail themselves of the present ASTZSTXSXKa RATES remarkably low range of values in harCapt YV T Havens Deputy Commisness and other leather goods to stock up sioner of Insurance has just returned I Money-savinbefore the ineviatable rise I 2 from a trip to Newport and Covington is the easiest and surest way of I SPACE I where he evidently found much that is crooked in the insurance business ES TO CHINA and in violation of the States insurance laws That much insurance business is g oo J 5 llch 4 5 f 7 oof i go i 5c Miss Bessie Talbott the eldest daugh lieing done in those cities of which no SO 7S 11 00 3 50 7 oc 17 50 JX 3 jncjSO 5 00 10 oo 3 50 00 S3 25 terof Mr C H Talbott will sail from report is ever made to the Insurance BuI 00 4 00 6 od 12 or 19 00 t8 7 r 5 00 3 So 23 00 34 50 San Francisco on Aug loth for China reau is evidenced by the fact that Lex27OC4000 40000 oo where she will liecome a missionary of ington alone reports and pays taxes on 9001300270040006000 v00 12 00 00 So on the Southern Iresbyterian church hav- as great an amount of insurance premiIP OO Hi OO If c 42 pr 60 ool OO ing received authority last Fridav from ums as do all cities at the mouth of ssTR trading nor rt jn the Fxecutive Board at Nashville She the Licking the is rich additional ir It therefore plain that reaolfitMMM of tti- ft and similar mat- will accompany a party of other mission much of the fire insurance in Covington ter ai aries New port and suburls is being done by Miss Talbott is the mvoikI niemler of agents who slip over from Cincinnati WCINKSDAY ILLY M 189i her family to enter the missionary field who are not registered or licensed to do her sister Mrs W H Yenable having business in this State and ot whose busi MTr ItKJilHKATIC Tl KET been in China for several years ness no repnrt is ever made to the bur Miss Talbott very recently decided reau Capt Havens swore out 2h war r BJA1 HAKlllX ofNttttr upon this step and the announcement rants in Coviugton and two in Newport R T I VLFk sf niton was a surprise to most of her friends ami is going back to both towns These reasurer She will leave Versailles for San Franwarrants are for the arrest of the agents sf Clay k C I ok cisco about the 7th or 8th of August or tools of those insurance enmpanieis For Aufi Sun L C NokM ANof Book that are doing business in Kentucky in c violation of Kentucky laws Frankfort DOWN AVITH PATERNALISM of Wolfe Capital - The Climax Printing Ca nuted Cnited States is debtor to other countries for interest and miscellaneous account net average of 70000000 annu ally Est i mated aggregate domestic debts Dry goods are about MfliX0t 10000 imports January 1 to June 28 were valued 7 against 41623047 last year and US 7 tV in 1 893 same time Clapp A Co Bankers New York 1274 fl50 Â¬ g money-m- aking Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HKMlKlCa of For S 4ie Klen i The August number of Toilettes shows another brilliant color effect on its cover re mlMonfr now to tie seen all news stamls It repw resents a yachting scene the central figCommissioner ure lieing a beautiful woman attired in hotss a trim nautical toilette by Pingat inly- It is OHM C CHI X A a striking picture and artistic arrangements of golden rod and corn flowers in at Hardin tixk to tlier bv their natural colors form part of the pichimself and make his speeches where ture The inside pages afford a feast in er wont be called atsaa t answer fashion illustration suah as is afforded bv him the tiiai no other American or English magazine Nearly ISO separate and original designs HiM mi MVEMOL with descriptions as to materials and Kenttiikv formerly voted in August make up of all manner of dresses and the hut lias changed to November ami accessories to dress are given in its 32 Matanassa Vermont lo not bald their every sijuare inch of which appears nti Sitemler of next year to le fruitful of suggestions to the dress- utm- - in Novemlier DIDNT STRIKE MADISON iortiov- maker or the lady about to do dressmakami State ottieers are Iowa Kening at her home There are childrens The Governor has BMMBMed the foltucky Maryland Massachusetts MisS- lowing as delegates from Kentucky to dresses for both sexes and from the baby i New Jersey New York Ohio the National Farmers Congress which upwards casinoand lawn costumes boatiia ami Virginia ing and cycling toilettes in gr jat variety meets at Atlanta Ga Octolier 10 to M A siecial announcement is made by the inclusive The Hon John W Ogilvie KfcniKli or A VUrk publishers that still greater improvement Iaducab MKrarken county the Hon will be made in this magazine beginning W J Stone Kuttawa I von BMUtty Hi he Kentucky 1st when a change in price will Thomas H Barker Kennedv Christian October wtliiu the week since our last regualso be made from 20 to 2 for a single COKREBPOiNDrSNCE county the Hon John D lardy New lar i copy and from Siyi to gjB0 ier yea 15 Mar slut Davis shot an Ohio negro steai Christian county tlie Hon N We advise our readers to take advantage Delayed Riley I Beam ilk Todd county the Hon at Milwiv STATION CAMP of this information and subscribe now I John Hardin Brandenburg Meade Z of Harrison TrieToilette Pub Co No 198 West 231 St The farmers in this neighborhood are county the Hon K D Iriscoe St Matnear Friday New York are the publishers about through harvesting V Diss ami Win Davidson slmt thews lellerson county the Hon Joel Miss Stidie Maupin of Richmond is Iutton Westport Oldham county E F KENTUCKY DIoTILLEBERS WILL Basts riday night visiting relatives at this place lay Paris Iiourhon county Sanuel PROBABLY SHIT DOWN FOR ver cut Haas Fityiatrick in brown Shelby ville Shelby county the Misses Mona and Lucy Prather of ONE YEAR itliitt county Thursday night Hon C I Martin Cynthiana Harrison Richmond are visiting their sister Mrs truck Gal Mitchell At a meeting of the Board of Managers J W Wilson with an iron liar at Anchorage Friday county the Hon John R Thomas Mt Sterling Montgomery countv and O P of the Kentucky Distillers Association night Mrs James Wilson who has lieen in Louisville last week the subject of quite ill for aliont two months continues Inknowii man threw himself liefore Erf Flat Pick Knox county limiting the supply in order to improve to gr iw worse and her recovery is doubttrain at Lmnsv ill Saturdav KETCCKY Doctors GET JllM Jars Matney an Mm Ttiscker shot the demand was considered and resulted ful MEM FoR LIBEL in the adoption of this resolution Jake s mith atid Jim Coleiunn in Pike Mr I W Park and his sister Mrs Resolved That it is the sense of the Susie Scrivner have returned from Wednesday A special dispatch from New York live wile under date July iithsays Dr A E Board of Managers of the Kentucky Dis- Floyd6burg where they have been visi Uavis ami Dr B F Parrish both of tillers Association that it is essential for ting their sister Mrs P Strother New York but formerly of Kentucky the welfare of the wholesale liquor deald run over by I train at Miss Mary Moores liegau her school at were each to day awarded a verdict for ers as well as the distillers that no w his Locust Branch Monday unlay She is one of Iloou damages in their libel suit against ky lie manufactuied in Kentucky during Estill countys most energetic teachers SiuijasHi suicidal at II ipkins- INli to July the National Police Gazette The Ubd the season July and that we pledge ourselves to use our and her inanv friends wish her success was printed two years ago iu her new field of labor ll Adams Both of the young doctors referred to best efforts to accomplish this result A Union Sunday School meeting will tinty Thuisday night Be it further resolved That the in the above dispatch have numerous Tw wholesale liquor dealers throughout the lie held at Station Camp church the third Itobt Taylor of - in Kentucky who will rejoice Sunday in this month There will lie iv night with them m the favorable termination country lie asked to eo OpensS with the Kentucky Distillers Association and dinner on the ground and if the dav is Jim Davit of their suits Dr Davis formerly resided fair a large crowd will lie in attendance i Nrenabora Sun at Harrodsburg and Dr Panish at this bring all o8sible moral suasion to induce ttt the distillers with whom they do busi day ii place S veral months ago they ob AIKAST suport this movement tained a judgment against the publishers over by wagon The members of the association le Crops excellent especially Bob Maof the York Kvening Sun for the lieve that they will be successful in their rtins tobacco crop ame lilel in the sum of SL Ml each Arthur dliam Dntnasn efforts to bring about a shut down The nits against other New York Harriss Parrisbs and Covingtons fat unty Prion committee appointed at a previous cattle doing well are yet to come to trial Midway Clip Aliu Malaote rushed his skull ler meeting to work among the distilEverybody well Eiujbudyat work 111 ah Sun lav lers and enlist their co ojieration rejiorted THE HAY MARKET that they had secured the support of 73 Everylody happy Everybody prosper ry Boyd I iiwaai illi er cent of the State trade and that ous nil Many persons have found unmixed Hav is now following the lead of the those who thus signified their belief in I the staple cros It is steadily the efficacy of the plan and promised co- pleasure in asking everybody they meet inty SuuL advancing in prices gHnl timothy being operation were really enthusiastic The is this hot enough for you Twenty tragic deaths in a week and now ipioted on this market at Slfier ton committee composed of Messrs Peter unplete and mixed clover at Hi The drouth in lee Atherton Thomas S Jones R MonWHITKS STATION the Middle States and the failure of the arch and Max Selliger were instructed Farmers in Whites Station neighbor TtMi AK PBM HXTiW clover crop there to a large extent ac to continue the work It was further hood are getting but half a crop of counts for the advance We exiicct to understood that the committee would wheat They hardly see their way clear tatesman tV Iiorr ami the little liuancier Harvey have see pi ices maintained and probably still continue its existence until a total of HI with half a yield at OOcts per bushel in a financial deliate in further advanced and a good demand for per cent of the distillers should lie per Kf i Born to the wife of John lackey Monlor a weak Rut neither has Virgini uia growu hav through the com suaded to enter into the agreement a day morning a boy as big as JuihIki bed ujMiii the one great and injpor ing year The season has been most proportion large enough to insure the When the what shall now be done favorable for the crop here and it is be efficacy of the shut down Wi WACO ing harvested in tine condition Sow c immittee shall secure this much a gentlie national finances They Mr Rubes Smiley lost a some millet to take the place of hay on eral m eting is to lie held to ratify and - iasel the money ol the Rihle gelding last week the money of the constitution what Jefl the farm arid thus make the hay crop sigu the agreement Miss Susie Tate is visiting friends in One of the strongest advocates of the araoo sjiid aliont tinaii es what Hamilton into a money crop It will jiay much and Adams ami a host of others have Ijetter than most any other money crops smt down plan explained the state of Lexington this week They have discussed the act ot as the cost of raising and handling it is so affairs and the need ofaction by saying The Pine Grove Sunday school is in a much less Millet hav will yet come in that there are now on hand unsold 86 and 1871 am flourishing condition am 1SI and MM They have touched demand on the market and meanwhile it OOOUOO gallons of whisky in bond which Mr lAiu Isaacs of London is visiting nipii other acta Thev have accusal will successfully take the place of hay on cannot be got rid of At a conservative friends in the community the farm Southern Planter Richmond estimate this is valued at forty cents a tfaia that and the other arty of this and The dogs played havoc with B F gallon making the lot to be worth about other eras of doing jirettv much every Va Hubbards sheep Friday night thing that ought not to have been done HMcVtW All this is idle To further SWIFT PUNISHMENT IN MERCER manufacture whisk v means Miss Fannie Allen and Miss Salie Parand little that ought to have leen done further glutting the market and a ruinous slacken ish are visiting Miss Kittie Rice at this They have talked alsiut every subject Even handed justice is always meted ing of profitable business Oeratioii8 place tianuet te1 with tiuances except one and out lo the sKjr man that steals anything would liesides depreciating stock also that is the only one in which the great and the same is proven against him depreciate the plants In 18S7 a cessaDOVLESVIILK public is ooncerue1 what shall now be George Tucker Yeast ayouug white man tion of production to a certain extent was done Miss Sallie Reeves who has lieen sick was in town court day and got maudlin had and resulted iu a substantial better- all spring and summer is now exjiected lebate af Horr and Harvie is no drunk Hefound his way tothe residence ment of the whisky noticed and felt marked exception Too many speakers of to die at any time Elbe Morris and seeing a watch on lioth by dealers and distillers By a diaeoas too many points that have no The long looked for rain has come at her mantle slipped it in his pocket A similar action it is thought the distillers last and if any one ever saw all immediate connection with the problem vegetafor grand larceny was sworn out w ill add between 20000000 and 25000 tion growing at once it is here now matter whether Judas betrayed warrant and given to Constable John Trower 000 to the value of the bonded stock now thirtj pieces of silver or gold We now have Sunday school every Trower tried the still hunt plan and laid on hand This will be the effect of dilatter if Caesar used gold or cast iron for him John who never leb a guilty minishing the supply which according Sunday and prayer meeting every WedNo matter what weight or even the man escarp getting on the trail of his tothe unfailing rule will stiffen prices nesday night Everybody is invited to kind of dollars used by our forefathers in man Sunday morning never let up till Should the distilleries not resume op- take part with us No matter iiiancy of this country he had run him down not far from erations for one year the Mrs Ida Fjides and little son Master storekeepers if the Republican party demonetized sil Â¬ Springfield Monday morning early and and the storekeeper caugers would have Pressly of Fayette county have lieen ver r Home other vear No liefore many of our citizens had eaten an easy time but the gaugers will starve visiting relatives in this neighriorhood matter whether the Sherman act was their breakfast Judge Cardwell sent the to death the past week but have now gone home beneficial or detrimental All those young man to jail Ijiter in the day Miss Belle Lykins of Waco opened up things elong to the misty past Parties ieorge Tucker Yeast was arraigned for HARDINS OPPORTUNITY our school at this place the loth with a mav be held accountable for certain acts trial before Judge Roach he confessed good attendance It will be remembered o ma individuals But the one quesjudgment and the watch being worth In Kentucky the two candidates for that she taught two very successful now present itaelf for solution tion leas than 2tl fie was convicted of pettit Governor Hardin Democrat and Brad- Â¬ schools here 14 and 16 years ago Hiall the mvenjiiient buy the silver larc env and was sent to the work house ley Republican are so far as the prebullion at its market price and convert for tT thirty days Harrodsburg Sayings tentious subject of gold and silver coin it into legal tender money interchangea VAllEY VIEW age is concerned is on precisely the same ble w kii gold sr shall the bullion owner FINANCIAL OETLOOK The hardest rain of tfie season fell here platform The national Republican and be allow ei to have his bullion coined at national Democratic platforms of 1883 last Sunday M to ratio by the lovernment Inits of power or profit are limited by are identical in this resect and within J S Ladford left Monday for Livingfree of charge and returned to him ab renewal Like droits of the confines ol Kentucky the two parties ston on business out a gold backing water on the wheel they must keep again chosen to stand side by side Rev Win Crow Sr preached here The mine and bullion owners say coming The tendency is to produce more have There was no silver issue iu 1888 in the last Sunday at 11 a rh and at 7 p utanimouiily in lets have free coinage for comfort than for profit Dollars now The balance of mankind should say have to lie very plenty and very good to country at large and there is no silver Miss Emma Henderson began her issue in Kentucky in 189 Silver talk make dividends possible The profits of and anti gold taik may perhaps flow school at Syloam Monday the J6Ui iust Moat the son of McClelthe future like those of the past must be voluminously throughout tlie Kentucky TDK MATHEMATICS OF PoKER won bv developing power Ising what canvass Iemocrats and Republicans un Â¬ land Witt died the 18th inst from inju B received some time ago by being correspondent writes to the New we have to the limit of our knowledge dertaking to show from petty variations York Herald the results of his calcula should not prevent the faith which has in phraseology a vital difference in the thrown from a horse never yet been denied creative energy financial programmes of their respective tions aboat poker He says that ti Mrs J G Burma and Mrs Kittie Ka art nfiawnsa are for draw ing One pair parties But tliat is of no iuiportaui e natzar visited the families Win Johnson two pairs 198 in aew enb rprises were reported in was never yet proclaimed the and Rev R B Baird at Nicholasville kkreeof a Wednesday returning Thursday in 4IK four of a nth for three months ending June slightest disagreement on the qm a fall house b in 4166 a Available supply of wool is between the Democratic and Republican Johnny Burgess aged 87 died a straight in UHit a flush hales or parties estimated at about home of his son W L Burgess last about an average of three years Esli- - J The point where the iaaue lies is at free needay 16 inst He received a HINKV f Com EoroKTn imotumm sfowaa In an address delivered at Savannah ia losiaii Patterson of Tennessee said When any uarty or any set of men teach the jeople to rely on the government for aid to improve their fortunes no matter whether it comes in the form of protection the sub treasury scheme the land lean scheme fiat money or the tree coinage of cheap and depreciated silver dollars it will end their enervation Paternalism is the canker which corrodes free institutions ami should the American iicople through the instrumentality of the ballot tamKT with the sanctity of public and private obligations by ciianging the measure of value it would lie an exercise of internal power fatal to public and private morals and it mav lie to popular government Â¬ AUGUST FASHIONS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ silver coinage 16 to 1 independent of foreign countries but after a great effort among the Kentucky Iemocrats to obtain such a declaration from the Democracy made with the apparent conviction that it was to be a last and conclusive one failure was the result The situation remains as it was that is beyond any disturbance now in prospect Silver coinage Id to 1 free and immediate is the single proposition pregnant with material change Without that our present gold standard of currency is immovable Silver coinage waiting on international agreement will come with the Greek kalends and not before What a rousing opjiortunity for Wat Hanlin This imaginary financial issue having been again suppressed in Kentucky unless he is to keep up the empty gabble of attacks on the Republican party for lieing unfriendly to silver and of glorification of the Democratic party for thinking otherwise he will lie forced to preach the pne and original doctrines of his party which besides lieing temporarily obscured by the transient excitement of silver arid the day dreams of Populism have lieen deliberately de nied and stricken down by the highest Democratic leaders The shameless protectionist tricker of the Wilson law keeps the question of tariff at the front of Democratic politics The Government has no constitutional power to lay a tariff except for revenue only In the midst of that perpetually sounding trumpet blast we can still hear the small but penetrating voice of Grover Cleveland refusing to sign the Wilson law saying that the question of tariff re- Â¬ form can not be settled until it is Bet tied fairly and honestly Would not the Hon Henry Watterson freely risk paralyzing his lungs in supporting Mr Hardin in a campaign tor the still unat tained constitutional tariff for revenue only Then also thiuk of the Democratic party the party of undiscriminating justice or rights not measured by dollars but equal for rich or poor the friend of the Constitution and the unconquerable foe of the income tax the nest of liberty and patriotism of devotion to the glorv and the greatness of the Inited States the sponsor of the Monroe doctrine ol Republicanism for the Western Hem isphere and the one political organization which while it lives in faithfulness to itself is worthy of carrying on the Government of the Cnited States since Jefferson first gave shape to the ideas of DennxTacy no politician has had placed liefore him so brilliant or so commanding an occasion tore assert its principles and to rouse its deadened spirit ai that now liefore the Hon Wat Hardin of Kentucky New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ paralysis a short time ago which coup- Â¬ led with other infirmities attendant upon old age hastened hi demise Mrs Mary Haden who had been en gaged to teach the fall term at Bethel has declined to teach it Mr J M Ban Â¬ dera of Lexington has accepted the position and will inculate the minds of Bethel urchins the priucipels that Knowledge is power Mr Win Iedford who has lieen taking an inventory of logs for the Southern Lumber Co in Breathitt Perry Knott and other mountain counties in eastern Kentucky returned home Wednesday and reports best prospect for croirfs that section ever had About forty from this place went to Nicholasville last Wednesday to attend the trial of the suspects who had been arrested for the supposed murder of Mary Baker No case was made against Frank Uickerson llaldron liroaddus was re- Â¬ leased by giving bond iu the sum of one hundred dollars to appear Wednesday Sissy Johnson was held without bail as was Roland Tate Mary Million alias Mary Matt alias Mary Pavis refused to return home preferring the safe re- Â¬ cesses of prison lile to the probable danger of living alone in a secluded spot while the murder of Mary Baker is shrouded in mystery In connection with the above I want to say that the old colored womans name is Mary Million and not Mary Matt as the Registers Perkins correspondent put it She came from Mississippi alsiut 2o years and gave her name as Mary Davis She afterward married again or lived with Matt Million colored but they separated several years ago and the old woman has since gone by the name of Mary Matt iu the neigh borhood where she lived She has a sou living near here Smith Million Died near here the ISth inst of consumption the wife of Christopher Shif tlett Owen Young of Ixington eon ducted the funeral ceremony Born to the wife of C C Burgin a boy the 17th inst Charley suvs he is another sound money Democrat sad has shown evidences of a powerful debater already Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day morning in Rev place the latter having at Flatwoods Sunday had his verv interesting IrmljriBg T Q Martins filled the pulpit Bro Reynolds wife with him July Ri 11 of the mil iRTof hrndltion of the Farmers Rtchmon I Baa Bank mute nf Kenrucky at ih close of business of Kentucky at Hie 1885 RUT 111CS5 Secon rekoci iiftn secureif aim ill tbe Tax Messrs W A Gaines Co of Frank- Â¬ fort are moving 2000 barrels of free whisky trom the warehouses at the Hermitage distillery in that city and storing it in their warehouses on Glens Creek this county The tax rate in Woodford is so low that they find it cheaper to haul it back again when sold than to leave it in Frankfort where the rate is high They have been doing this for several years Versailles Sun Â¬ om anslIJWi1tIIKllJwffsgaWSSrMsaainJr EJtT i Fiatc furniture and lJU fyoaiiH and discounts Overdrafts l liue r iiu jnids in S i Mild MMtUeMTHaaiOaWaltSKanm 111 YOWH J tfc fw Y A fall Â¬ Flitor Climax The time has arrived for the annum ce ment of candidates for the Democratic nomination for City Council The law requires forty days notice of the date of holding primary and the nomination must be made thirty days before the No vember election Under these circum stances we do not think it at all premature for candidates to announce them selves now and give the voters an op portunity to consider their respective merits anil qualifications With the city forty one thousand dollars in debt and a levy of one dollar and ten cents on the hundred dollars the party to be BSneeaahj in the next contest must be led by men who are conservative who not only pay taxes themselves but bate to pay taxes as much as the average citizen We want men whohave been successful in the management of their ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE Oilier real palate nuil BMSsprassi US use not 1U Doe from Nari usal Bank ser e 51 tine t - levin lerve line from Chech Kntnot oilier National Bank eks PreetkKMu paper eorreneT ntce Hal Mini elils LJiwful Minify etaSTVS ta Rank viz O Specie SI IJIWIjO Irfgl lender nole-Redemption fund wild I S Treas- ZJM M per cent of eini ation urer ti W Total i tianks and r an Lawful nnviz lender Noll Redemption fund will uri in Bank ul of circulation Total UaJSlUTIasa Capital sts k paid in Surplus ftitiil Lndivided ssvssta less expi slid taxes iid i 1 SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Has stood the Test of Time MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER Â¬ UABIL1TIKS 113 Capiinl stock paid In Surplus fund ieiaea fnciiwiled - proilis am mid iiii- paid ti National Bank Hole oiiisianditu Doe Mi oilier National Ba k Doe to mate Bunks and ha hem t t i check Individual Fund lo par US Notes and blls rediscouuted STATK Of KENTUCKY Loliuty of Madison S Farkes Cashier of the iilmvu lnilili d baak do solemnly -- wear ihai Hie above Mtatemenl Is Hue to Iks liest at my know nd belief in flue lo islate Indlviili Bs TllTAI STATK I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BRANDS COMBINED Toiu Coin n R K 11K KENTUCKY ttsa oi- M 1 a sana Turley Cashier of tlie k do solemnly swear lbs f in- o Â¬ lo IS Ig e ilnl Ik It K TCIll KY Cashier 111 1 RICHMOND STEAM fl PAKKeM ashler Beasesnasn and sworn to lie fore las IkasSMn day of July CoKKKi r -- Attest s s Su bscrl fted and sworn to liefore me day of July Jso W ciuxiK Jk Notary LHUNDRY PAToONIZE HOME s f Basiaaanne Meeaiy Fubiic Counter -- A J ll c F BURN AM TIlo J SMITH JAMFs HKNNK t T t Directors JSTUM- B CIIKV ITT W IBVINK VV AIKKR 11 I lir INDUSTRIES Work done promptly and as well as any H ol IKIiHTof tlie coiidilioii III BBS mi Old Rich HANK at llie esses of KenlscSy In lb state of business July II lata HKIiiKT inontl In ili uf business or tbe - 11 Juy 11 H of the Madison Bank heuiuckyat tin I1I1 PANolA Mr ami Mrs DFSharp and Depot agent Hamilton Smith went to High Bridge Sunday Likewise Mr and Mrs G W Blout and las Black Brassfield Â¬ 11 I 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ lx-x-- 1 1 nd i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ ttt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttt Â¬ It so happens that the day for the dedication of the new church at this place Sunday August the 4th can not lie changed and if the friends who are to have a teuierance convention near Irismisedge will jiostpone it will give many people who would like to attend lioth a chance to do so Please take notice The Sunday School Inion Convention for Estill county met at Station Camp Sunday It was considered about the biggest gathering ever assembled at Station Camp President Virgil Smith and his co workers are to lie congratulat ed for their success in securing such an attendance at the convention Just about the time the convention was ready for business the rain came down and from 11 am to2i0 p m the down pour was incessant The seats had been removed from the house to the yard and there was not standing room in the house for the ladies during the rain at the convention W L Crutcher of Richmond never kept his spinal column so perpendicular for so great a length of time perhaps as he did under an umbrella fighting the rain at the conven But additions have been made to tion his avordupois horizontally lately to such an extent that it took him fore At least he was panic stricken and aft and fled to the house where the ladies cared for him as well as his mother would have done The only speech made at the convention was made bv W L Crutcher in the FYom his perch house during the rain under a table in the yard this deponent finally recognized the voice of the speaker as it rose aliove the war of the elements and caught the closing words I rejoice to see this fiaternal greeting of Methodists Baptists Disciples and Presbyterians met to take counsel together in this great Sunday School woik The time has lieen when people were so full of sectarian prejudice that they would almost prefer to see a man go to perdition than to heaven through any other church than his own Thank God this spirit is fast dying and may God sjieeil the day when such a spirit whether in un church your church or any body elses church is dead and gone forever and the Christ like spirit such as I see manifested here to day implanted in its And the people said amen stead At about 230 oclock the convention realizing that the creeks were rapidly rising and that many would be cut off from their homes began to dissolve The great baskets and boxes of provisions had to be carried away it being ini possible to put them on the tables on ac- Â¬ count of the rain So remarkable for a Sunday Convention a great part of it went home net and hungry too Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ own affairs who feel in common with us all the present financial depression and who realize that we live in a small village and can not long stand extravagant and useless appropriations We believe that in C T Fox and W H Douglas the tax payers of University Precinct will find men who are in sympathy with them who have no connection with alte ring and no private interests to advance at the expense of the public Party lines will be drawn close in November Democrats will be unwilling to stipjiort and continue in office any sore bead or any man who has habitually opposed and maligned Democratic nominees Mr Fox and Mr Douglas are Democrats with splendid records They are faithful they are capable they are honest We ask them to make the race and pledge them our support Many Voters Â¬ Â¬ other Laundry in the Country mm iM hi mi n - RKSHl Loans and dlscou - PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home People and thev will tainl bv vou omils Loan ami Overdrafts secured and onsecured V s Bonds to s core circulation Premiums on Ls Bonos Banking house furniture and stares rj rn National Banks not Ue- serve assiitel Hue fnnn state Banks and bankers C ecks ami iilii r ca h items Due from approved reserve agents f oitici- National Banks Fractional paper earisacy alettels and cents Lawful Money Reserve iu Bank viz i a oo d posit i r lasal ten ders Bede prion fund with urer iper cent of circulation 1 SV3M i 1iher real owned HBf I e tate and ni B Hleuu 00 Due from National me flfine fr Note- SS i Kinks and bankers Jioi no se H S lender No Money Reserve In Hank viz cle Lesal tender notes ri if- - of ilenslt tenders Redemption fund will f- rruetim and cents lawful OUT OF TOWN WORK Is LVlia OS no 01 ui- StS ltJti2 SOLICITED jWe I Employ I Young to distribute MiMOur advertise- meats in part payment for a biffh tirade Acme bicycle which we send them n approval No f work done u nil the bicycle arrive and proves satisfactory f Tor a laaHUTJaa Capital stuck paid in Sm plus fund Undivided prorata i s sspsns and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to other National Banks line lo state Ranks and Bankers Individual deposits subject to check Tor a i 1301 iTIs 12410X38 UAB1IJTIKS Capital stuck paid ill Surplus f in Undivided profits e s exand iit iaiiiliiu Nation sers line to Individ check 11 Tutted - C -- inn olticei - LOST A LEG Mitchell Harrod sliot John Robinson with a shotgun near Frankfort over a gime of cards a leg had to lie amputated Robinson then died kwm iMen t that HooJs Sarsap rila will overcome that tired feeling and k iow Dont you Young Ladies meDded W giv renewed vigor and vitality f If boys or kirN apply they must ite for particulars JleSg be well AMFRICAN WRITERS LACKING Complaint That iihmI Work In In Dinmiil While MM ACME Il - CYCLE COflPANY ELKHART IND f Total iinJivi hi STATK OF KKNTUCKT STAT County ot Madison Of KENTUCKY CilCNTY OS M AlilsN I C II Chenault Ca hler of n I I K liret nleaf Cash af tbe aaave- - bsbbbsbI baak do ante iiars sw l bank do solemnly swear thai the naiui above statement is trnc so the bastol my and U lief knowledge and liclief C I HKNACIT C bnr K Iikkknleap Cashier Suhsci llieil and twors to In fore n Subscribed and sworn lo Ix for me yofJ lav ol lull s I In nl ES so vV aooata Jk Notary Public I 01 LOKKKCT Attest I A K ttCRN I W CAFKITON WAIfKK RKWKTT Ilin li M BKIUHT Directors B MUI i 1 I ii I v I S IRVINE I 1 KII Quality Is Poor ttt BHOOKSTOHN Â¬ Â¬ ttt Mr and Mrs R F Spears ot Spears ville Jessamine county were with their daughter Mrs Ben Boggs over Sunday Miss Lena Duncan of Carlisle is now the pleasant visitor of Miss Bethenia McCord There is an increasing demand for good American fiction With all due respe t to the galaxy of bright writers in Great Britain who have achieved such prominence here during the last few years it is nevertheless a fact that publishers are looking eagerly for uovls and novelettes dealing with American people and scenes Said one of them to the Literary World the oth We have been publishing er day English and Scotch stories simply be cause we could not procure American fiction of corresponding worth It is needless to say that there is a far greater demand for American novels than for those written alxnit characters and Incidents Han ipsa a and Krit ish Bat it looks as if we could not succeed in our endeavor We do not want a novel for instance that is dashed off three or four chapters at a time by a woman after she has given nn afternoon tea before dressing for the evening Bat we want American novels written by men and women whose brains surge and swell while they are at work And I see no hopeful outlook excepting in the newspa per offices The publisher does not understand the conditions of aewapaper work oar adnya or he might not be hopeful There are young men and young women scattered through newspaper office here and there who are ca pa ble of de veloping into novelists but they have no chance while on morning papers at least The average reporter goes la work at noon and then until midnight or an hour later he or she is hastening from one point to another oftentimes unable to eat regularly or to secure sufficient sleep By the time the after noon assignment is covered and thu story written the reporter has a chance to breathe sometimes and then when he reaches the office with his evening assignment covered provided BO has but one he sits down and writes when too often he is greatly fatigued At midnight or one or two oclock in t he morning he goes home Is it reasonable to expect a man or a woman after snch a siege to write fiction How Leaving entirely aside can it be done the fact that newspaper work with its plain statement of events precludes the development of thought and literary stylo the reporters very exist ence with its hurry and rush and ex hausting physical labor makes it very doubtful if we can look to him as a class from whom to expect fiction With men and women on evening papers the case is different They have more leisure in the evenings at least but the fact remains that as a usua thing the brightest men and women prefer morning papers because they pay so much more Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the BLUE GRASS HERD ORE FAR To WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE AND RETURN n OF July litli and 17th the rObearspaaks and Ohio Railway will sell round trip Bill tickets to Baltimore at ONE FARE tot the round trip vjood to return until BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS of this famous August A splendid lot of pigs for sale from registered th Persons should remember breed othogs in several States Addn that the CI esapeake and Ohio Uy now SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correspondence solicited has two solid vestihuled trains each wav R H Ky daily with through gleopinsy cars leaving Lexington Kv at 1140 am and BeSO p m and arriving at Baltimore 805 a in and4i7p in next day Returning the C v l trains leave Baltimore at 1240 nooi and V p in and arrive at Lexington 35 a in and ti p rn next day No chnnue or tran ler from on depot io another via tha Chesapeake and Ohio route For sleeping car reservations or any information write or call on IllN JllS Â¬ BRONAUGH Crab Orchard Â¬ FT 17 DBS V BAaaaT 109 H t 23 90 District asscner Ajtsat Lexington Kv WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN lan SOLID aM Cr t tVats Is n b1m hortcM THK TRUTH rwt The Louisville Truth proves its right to wear the name hy saying that Gov McCreary will be the next V 8 Senator I he certainty of that from Keutuckv deserved promotion of one of the best men in politico grows avers day more apparent Sta lford Journal 100 Krward VEST1UED TRAINS -- r an hvT- T- LtJBfJBSsBssB IS BtUksld at LtJiiBlus Caant CINE Genl lass r Ascaut QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE The readers pi this paper will lie pleased lo learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that scitnee has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only po itive cure known tc the medical fraternitv Catarrh being a constitutional disease ic quires a constitutional treatment Halls C tarrh Cure it taken h ternally acting directly upon the blood and mu our surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation o the disease and giving strength to the patient by building up the conitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much laith in its curative powers that they otter one hundred dollars lor any case that it fails to care Send vbr list of testimonials Address CO Prop Toledo o FJCHENE iold by druggist 79c lltlllll 111 lift Jttv IT TICKLES YOU THE J Ma - INSTANT RELIEF rou BET mom LIGHTNING HOT DROPS CUR ES Colic Cramps Diarrhcra Fins Cholera Morbus Nausea Changes of Water etc H EALS Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Bites of Animals Serpents Bugs etc BR EAKS U P Bad Colds La Grippe Influenza Good Smells Eneryahert Tastes Good Does Good evert timc Sold ai 25c and 60c Per Borte He Relief PaySS3 Croup Sore Throat etc botUe nr Kr mniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitg wS5SijBv s r s UU YUU nt ai WAN T - lciiitiM tu Bfse cibuidi lv ud one Salt Uses u asch st 2Se SPRINGFIELD O TWENTY ACRES OF CELERY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The contract to rebuild the Brooks town school house was let to Mr Wm Dozier of Red House who will give pos session in three weeks Miss Loula Arnold w ill then begin the fall school On Saturday July 13th Mrs John Tribble gave birth to a sou whose de formity rendered it impossible to live many days It was relieved Sunday evening God took it to himself Many friends are there to condole Miss Annie Powell and Mr Leland Haggard were guests of Mrs W G Pow ell Snnday Misses Rertha and Julia Shearer spent last week with relatives in this vicinity Miss Margate Martin returned last week to her home iu Clark county after a long stay with Miss Hattie Huguely Be it known that Miss Hallie Shearer is at home having recently returned lrom Louisville Miss Sallie Reaves daughter of Win Reaves living near here died July 19th Kev J 1 after a protracted illness Wills conducted an impressive service over her body Saturday Mathew Shearer of Lexington was at home Suuday Mr Ed Davis sold ten head of hogs to Mr Wilson lOads at 4 cents Mr and Mrs W G Powell went to Cincinnati ou Saturdays excursion The rite of ordination was solemnized at the church here Sunday eve Rev L II Reynolds formally installed seven officers whom the members had selected to this honored position They are J W Huguely R Boggs R P McCord Turpin Jno Tribble B A Boggp Kev L ii Reynold lay afternoon and Sun- - Â¬ Â¬ Twenty acres of celerv in Orange county California will produce i ear Yietoria queen of Great Hritain and A car sond of celery will sell for emprejss of India has just given her loads royal and parental consent to one of iW10 in the Chicago market At this rate her relatives entering upon a profes- the total product of the LO acres would sional career in order to earn his living lie 10000 or 606 an acre less lreight on the public etafS In an English paper the following business like an charges The celery is raised on jieat nouncement appears among the court lands Chronicle A member of the queens famnews Cineianati lo Northern Mir taigaa ily is about to go on the stage as a professional singer Countess Valda Glei No change if voi take Buffet Sleeping chen the daughter of the late Prince Car leaving Cincinnati at 830 p m over Yictor of Hohenlohe the queens Pennsylvania Lines Route is via Rich- Â¬ nephew more remarkable for her voice than her pocketbook finds herself com- mond thence over the Fishing Line Arrive Grand Rap pelled to make her own living by sing- - G R st I R R ids 650 a m Petoikey 140 p m Mackinaw City 3 p m Mackinac 355 p m The Xewly Rlrh Parloi Car over this route leaves Cincin Wealth and ignorance sometimes go Ask Bron hand in hand To a jewelry store in a nati Sos a m werk day small town there drove up one day a son northeast cor Fourth and Vine stCincinnati to tell you how conveniently handsomely dressed lady who entered and after some preliminary flourishes it can be done ashed for a dozen s juvenir spoons A dozen souvenir spoons repeated the cieric in natural surprise es reAwarded plied the lady placidly a dozen souHighest Honors Worlds Fair venir spoons to eat souvenirs with you know My daughter makes beautiful souvenirs The clerk turned pale and exhibited a tray of orange spoons on a venture She selected a dozen and carried them away and the clerk i still wondering what she really warned Kelated to the Queen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lis M t ft f a m I I A sa H WAGO VF 1HN SFTT EK AS u h BEFORE VOW j iw it t rvo wr llli 1 V- xt - 1 A I IMi IS r tt fl 5 i cc WBHAVE TOO MANY WE ARE AFTER CASH CARRIAGE UElTUCKi WORKS Johni Proprieto i S8satsSBafi5L - VaosV MONEY TO LOAN DH Gratifying That boy of yours madam marked the ticket inspector punched the half fare ticket re- w CREAM markably well developed for a child under twelve Thank you walked the lady calmly BAKING POWDER MOST A pure Â¬ anyone notice Tommys remarkabl cocity The inspector and said nothing monv- London Fun Its so gratifying t Tosrists Tirkets lo Lake Rfgarts The low tourist rate over the Pennsvl vania Lines brings Marinac Petoslev Charlevoix Mt Clemens St Clair Muskegon Traverse Citv Mackinaw Citv Sault Sle Mrie Ooebic St Itfnace Walersmeef Au Sabe Iron Mnuntiin and a the romantic reports of Northern Michigan within easy reach Hie reti m limit aill be ample for an extended sojourn Tourist tickets will lso be sold over these lines from Cincinnati t Isnd Cedar Lake Devils Lake I Lake Three Lakes Waukesha and other Northwest from Chicago Bronton northeast cor Fourth atic Vine sts Cincinnati will lurni h del Â¬ a low rate of interest for a term of ears on good farm property For inlor mation apply to 46W CHAS S POWELL v At MONEY 10 ill - The Granite Slate Provident Associa 01 Manchester N H guaranteed capita 000 For ioox tion PERFICT MADE Dr Wocids Fait Highest atadsl and Dtptons Prices Cream Baking Powder j Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or my other adulterant The LL S Govt JrVn- with S D Par Richrnon 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Royal Baking Powder superior to all others Mhow THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY JULY i4 1896 Nalire of rbaajr he Climax hae changed owner ereona indebted to it bj riiint are rttjueBted to Batata at once Id Iludaem rniu t lie adjusted and it - delav lain wi another ground aaatl Gaaaa Whil fat rent see ado child of viiij Man rllu Suu Um I Ijumev - at Waro and J at LemaagftaaL - odd without bail at Bill Beet ibt Fair grounds waist are visible Baxter - ill a am of tiM late Hoaaer with lung trouble two etory h Irt t team buitd-near Fair yriutid BMat hat handle the have a teaaurer - - Ell arbealbanoej load of news in corretfondent Jay Green have closed nt - at Umdoti and re Jin 11 lini ng rocking chair that wort i bicycle and a n Mm lay an i Mattie Tribbie is ini- inav be at aoaae beaurc long nd National Etaak uih that an exaaa- lias Ik cu found n colored - well known trub- - arife and A - Paali Said Lamb Shipments Pools sold last night on to davs races J W Bales Co have shipped three fol ace I in a llacguemine thousand iambs average weight 75 i ininute favorite pace Julian May poaaaav The price has lieen 4 A favorite cents This is about half the seasons purchases by this firm Kntt lay f the rair Texas HVver Fair crowd and goid rings Horse Texas fever that dread rings interesting and a larger numUr disease if hirses present than usual ading rapidly and unless the State Kig crowd expected to day Irof Herberts Board of Health is aroused from its lethargy it w ill become epidemic throughout Itand is receiving applause the State It is now epidemic in Oldham Kentucky River and Jefferson counties in a virulent form It is said that the Chief of Engineers and is growing worse and spreading each in charge of rivers and harUirs will re day The disease first aptieared three weeks commend to the next Congress that an appropriation of 600000 can be profita- ago and bus rapidly spread until it will bly spent during the next fiscal year on take drastic measures to eliminate it or improvements of the Ecntucky Kivei even to check its spread Had the dis This is a matter of some interest to our ease been taken in hand when it first citizens and it is boned that the recom apKared it couid have been easily mendation will lie acted uihiu- - Frank checked while now it will be a difficult fi hi Capital matter Cattle are dying in great numbers one li i Satiated dairyman has lost 14 out of V2 cows You weni to be deeply absorlieil in a while another has lost 35 out of IX with great array of figures we remarked to a fair prospect of losing his whole herd ex Sheriff J W Iaies Louisville Iost hum we found standing on the Btreet Saturday sully sirutiniiiug a statement of the lhrillni lurident l the Kailroad Cum um enliuii nissintirr Hanover National liank of New York A colored ielegate iaines troin KenWelld have some stock in this con cem and 1 was iaat looking at the last ton countv was discussing the report of the Committee on Credentials and stated he replied that his siile had not received fair treatHow do ymi like it0 we asked ment at the hands of the committee A h I cant kick be sail individLyons of Campbell ual deMi 94000 and surplus white delegate county arose and pronounced the abate fund of Caines an infernal lie A whirl of New ISusiaos Manager t Kord excitement passed over the convention The business of the Asher Etimlier but iaines waved his hand ijuietingly Companv at Ford which is one of the and in a most deliberate distinct and concerns of its kind in the State pointed way replied 1 know that I is now under the management of C W belong to that race called the negro I Hurt late of Saitinaw Michigan who know that my skin is black but thank succeeds Capt J B Thomas as manager Cod I am a gentleman No man ever for the companv Mr Burt and his heard me use and no man ever will hear father own majority of the aback in the me use in the presence of cultivated company which is capitalized at 1000 people of elegant gentlemen and MS The elder Mr Hurt was a few vears accomplished ladies like these in this ago the Democratic candidate for Gover house such insulting indecent and ur nor ef Michigan and Mr C W Barf is gentlemanly lauguage as that indulged in a young man of pleasmt address and we by the delegate from Campbell county glady welcome such an acquisition to the not withstanding his color his education business men of our county Winches and his advantages Lyons subsided ter Ileuiocrat most effectually and it was all over but the shouting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jessie Hae Hall at New Opera Uoase The opening performance at the White Bush opera house by Jessie Mae Hah was a perfeet Miccess The actress is worthy of patronage and would draw in the largest cities She is well sup partod The attendance was good and especially so when other attractions nearer the centre of the town for less money were claiming attention for that night only Good houses are exjiected every night this week Sooth Eastern Medical Association rert Â¬ slsmii Â¬ tut the Matter Short This association convened in annual session at the court bouse on Friday Only about twenty visiting physicians were present outside of Madison county Hon V B Smiii delivered the address of welcome on the part of the pao pie and Dr J M Poyntz on the part of the Practitioners Club of Richmond Dr Manning of Manchester a gentleman of distinguished bearing delivered the respons for the association and opened the ex es by reading a paper on The Pur The Atlaata Exposition The remainder of The Governor has apiMiinted Mrs C Ideal Physician the program as announced heretofore D Chenault as one of the Kentucky representatives at the great Atlanta Bx was carried out Altogether the meetposition She wishes to secure relii s for ing was a pleasant and profitable one xhibition and w ill be glad if any me It will meet next year at Middlcs having mre articles will lend them for Lorough Flection of ollicers the occasion Dr Carpenter of Stanford Presulent- Oat Monday night a Midway lla Dr Brown of Mt Vernon Vice Presisance was given in the court house yard to form fund to pay expenses of dent Dr Ramsey of London Secretary and the nropoaed exhibit Booths of various kinds dJarjeneed refreshments and Treasurer Friday night an elaliorate five course there was music and other attractions supper was given at the Willis House by Itcatb Trap Discovered the Practiconers Club to the Association A Nicholasvillc siiecial of Llst to the and a few special friends Dr Cooper Louisville lost says of Livingston was toast master and be Word reached here to day of a dastarding a distinguished looking retired army ly attempt at the wholesale slaughter of surgeon resided with grace and dignity human life which was only foiled by the The toasts and speakers were merest accident The Press French Tipton Saturday alternis in a traction engine The Druggist W i White pulling a threshing machine loaded with The law J A Sullivan twenty hands was moving from one farm The Man in the Mism Dr Daiighman mer to another and on the road had to The Dentist Dr A W Smith an eight v fi Kit bridge which The Banker I Stone Walker spanned a creek and being twenty feet The Scorcher Dr Vaught high alxive the water Just liefore crossThe Politician Gov McCreary ing the bridge the engine was stopped The Last Rose of Summer Dr Foster and some of the hands walked on down The speeches were all brief but many to the bridge and under it through the excellent points were made and nearly water On glancing up they saw that all embraced considerable humor every tap which held the floor of the Judge Tipton said that the relation bebridge in withal had been removed tween the press and the pill were close and was only held by the fraction of the in Richmond That in IBM Dr Thomas lx ilt through the bridge White Rubel started the first jiaper in The least weight would have precipitated the HiKirof the bridge to the creek R chinond the Globe and the following In low ami as the thresher was going year more closely united the relations by a down hill it would have been tumbled publishing a book of importance materia medica the first medical book in a heap in the creek had not tin dis published west of the Alleghanies covery lieen made The bridge is known as the Hickman That the late Dr French for some time and is on the Logan pike five miles elited a ueajapaper in Richmond The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aroused and knew nothing of fear His brother the late Newton Dickerson died in Nicholasville in 1887 He was many years SherifT of our county But it was in religion that the excellency of his character apjieared pre eminent His piety was like the characteristics of his mind deep decided firm and humble But a lion wlien aroused in opposition to what he believed wrong tyranical und injurious John Dickerson the grand father and founder of the family in Kentucky was born in Amherst county va in 1747 served in the rebel armv under Washington at the battles of Princeton Monmouth and Yorktown His eluest son Jeremiah Dickerson was born in Amherst county in 177i and settled in the present limits of Jessamine county in 17H4 He married the sister of Fay Moss in 180-He died in 1840 His father never left Virginia and dWI there near the close of the year 17rit B M 1 euchre Thursday eveuing Mias Aune Pearson of Montgomery Ala won the first prize Rev s G Clav ot Fayette Mo and Mrs Roliert Fergurson formerly Miss Maggie Clay of Lexington are visiting their brother Mr Chas F Clay and wife at Rev A J Tribbles Ma iison County Fair Premiums ajf The first name after the article ex hibited is that of the person who secured the Premium The second the CertifiÂ¬ my not feeling very well during the spring for several years past 1 had thrnt tired feeling waa weak and so tired that I could not do much work Waa the cauae E KITICI CENTRAL BY- - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North Bouth and South west Through daily train service between Cincin- Â¬ nati Middlesborough Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Points on R R Â¬ For several years I have taken Sarsapar my Hoods ilia cate Silk patch puilt Dr Heath Miss Mattie Hall Mrs Sally Mrs edfl ifsE regularly and it has cleansed driven off that tired feeling and built up my whole sys- Â¬ tem Hoods Ssrsaparilla haaalso benefited other members of my family so that we would not be witbouta supply STEPHEN MCtJLAHE blood Worsted quilt Pearson SMale u iOUTH BOUND Lve Lve Lve Lve LN EkVet Jaae i ML ISM Kx Mrs C K Clay Calico quilt Mrs Mrs Thos Thorpe Faunie Anderson Kiireaa Dally so No Da iy p m Daily Sua comfort Miss Mattie Hall Mrs J F Wagers White counterpane Mrs David Chenault Mrs D H Myers Sun bonnet Mrs Faunie White Mrs D II Worsted Monument to Gen A ireen Clay Smith Times special from Washington of Myers Worsted embroidery Miss Mattie Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye ft 6 Ureenwood Arkannas IlnctDDati y 8n an kjj 104 pa Arr rr Fl yDthiaua a aa pm jipa 3pa Lve Arr Lve far a V lfugtoii ii5 Ii2 p P ID Hall Mrs D 11 Myers the Llst says Silk embroideay Mrs i A Kennedy By direction of the National Co n mander of the Cnion Veterans Inion Miss Moliie Powers Col L H Street of Ligan Cornmat tl Mi s Moilie Pow Hand hemstitchiiii No Department of the Potomac las ers Mrs J F Wagers employed Mr I ott Flannery to prepare Silk Kensington embroidery Mrs T a deaara for a monument to Gen Gresa 11 Karr Mrs David Chenault Clay Smith of Kentucky that should Wonted Kensington embroider Mrs cost not less than ifK Gen faith 1 H Hyena Miss Eaaama De Jaruatt w as Past Department Commander of the Kensington embroider Arrasene Department of the Potomac Cnion Vet Miss Mvrtice French Mrs f Francis erans Cnion and at the time of his Calico dress Fannie White Miss death an officer of John A Logans comAnna Turlev mand Cut llowers Faunie White Mrs J M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for5 ll ri nOOU S Dillo rlllS the arter dinner pill and family cathartic Oe rr Kii lni Lve Rio lnuoml Lve Berea Arr Living Lve Livingston Lve ANNOUNCEMENT JOHN I - Arr Co tun Lve torhi n Lve Biirlirville Lve Pinevi Arr Cmn Lve w J- Inut 340 p m 310 p m 352 p m 445 P m 445 P m 530 p m 600 p m 640 p 445 550 630 800 m 1055 a at 1143 P1 1143 P 1307 105 a m a s a 17 a m 310 a atj 310 a at 351 a at 430 a ml 505 a 525 a i5 is f ninth Dim net composed MNt Fst11 Lea and Powell the DcaocfaUc prty subject to the tu adulate for the Twenty n 6- P m p m - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Arr Arr Knoivllte Lve Klrliiuonii Vrr Rowland Arr Wan for KOKTH p m a m 135 p m 435 p m a m 435 a m 300 a m 35s BOlNI rlftnil- - Daily Ex Sun A Daily 730 am 10 No 4 Dally C5 4 The Railroad Commissioner Con vention which wa- - in session Tuesday no Nort night when the Climax went to press Walnut and North completed its work alxnil orlock by nominating John C Wood of Mt Ster I BMMl much to le ling As no conclusion could be reached prophet tar at Loaierille which failure necessitated ere - Bod Prophet in the adjourned meeting it was not r Kteaiug a la thought a nomination would be reached before Wednesday or Thursday Four S Phelpa has lieeiiniini Hon Jo DeaaoenMa of Fayette hundred delegates were present Coiningorc of Covington Woodss ll ild Moll strongest opponent was steadily Oppoaed - ate t li Modi by twelve deb gales from his own city len He had In eli collector of internal revelan- - nue and the opposing twelve had failed iblican to get any pie This thing of Federal convention at patronage is not a jierpetual symimsiuni tting tin Fiiuuil liaairl Baaae Grave ging fused Boys eoiin- - round here anil look at - sanitarium old Dan Boones grave said a Uepulili known Main can lelegate to a group of friends at the which s court house Tuesday of last week dur as the ing the railroad commissioners conven tion He took them to the Sjuire Boone leiiig laid from rock that stands in the front yard With evident pride the fellow pointed to the Walnut along now look at that aint Mcnts rockard said ne of the other an I here that great Sjiiire and been built that the inscription said h thats nothin not Daniel said the discoverer you see old Danl was laughter of one of the Magistiates of the county an they jes called him Squire That seemed eloped lo Baltimore to settle the question and after walking and married Mr luis around the rock a good many times and of the C iV 0 ol wondering whether Danl w us laid with his feet to the Fast ur the the Mt Sterling lele- - West they went away satisfied wanted to mind the Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- I In nil llastiapt List weeks Climax briefly referred to the purchase by Belmont of Hastings Dr Neet referred to in the subjoined article from the Versailles Sun formerly lived in Richmond and sutiseiuently married a daughter of Gov Thomas Iorter a native of Bichmond Spendi H Chenaults noted thrift is Col stallion The Sun sas Hastings two years old by Spendthrift out of Imp Cinderella wits sold at the iideon A Daly sale in New York forS7 000 Hatings was bred by Dr J Neet of Versailles and was sold hv Dr Neet to iideon ft Dally when a yearling sjnki Hastings is accorded the premiership of the in Ameuca He has won every race iu which he has started with great ease In his last race in the Surf stakes Bbeeaa head Bay he defeated the great Hand spring with mouth in the stirrup in remarkably last time Dr Neet has a yearling colt by Ioiigfellow and a wean ling Himyar who is a perfect reproduc tion Hastings Both cotta are out of Imp Cinderella who produces nothing but high class rare horses such as Foreigner Ferrier the great campaigner Handa winner of the Hde lark stake and the great Hastings Hastinus is entered in the Futurity and astute horsemen be lieve he has a cinch on that great stake Dr Neet has refused an oiler of Soinki for his yearling lxnigfellow colt half brother to Hastings Â¬ 1 I s Â¬ from here The threshing outfit lc loiiged to Til ford Burdine and it is be lieved that the attempted slaughter wa the work of revenge An investigation will lie made Damaged By Fire At niHili on Saturday the residence of F L Wardropcr OB Smiths Summit took tire in the kitchen The Fire Depart ment was telephoned but the name was confused w ith that of Mrs Ward near K C Depot and considerable time was lot in running to that nint At the loot of Collins street the horse to the hook and ladder wagon balked and nearly half an hour eiajibcd before the wagon reached the fire The hose wagon how ever made good time and two lines of hose were soon ready but the department ageaaed utterly demoralized Everybody was lioss and orders were given by one to lie countermanded by another The tire was thought to be in the basement in the garret or out on the street they didnt exactly know Small Ihivs ran and whooiied and got in the way aud confused things generally The fire tried how slow it could burn and the Department tried how slow it could be in subduing it The slow contest was finally decided in favor of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Plow Boy Dr White said that the druggist was simply the doctors cook and ipioted Shakeseare as saying that pretty much all tiie professional men might be dis iensel with but the cook never Mr Sullivan said that the lawyer was like the doctor in oue essential did not like to take his own medicine but was always ready and willing to prescrilie for other people Dr Kanglmian talked learnedly about the man in the moon lot whom he once attempted to prescribe Riding along a lonely road one night in his younger days thinking of what he would say to his patient the uioon suddenly en from bah fad a cloud and the Doctor glancing up said to the man in the moon lets see your tongue I day heard Winchester he remaik feelinc them Win e inure i Ilarrrted -- The proposition recommends that the the old ataod The junior County Judge of each county immedi the tirin will attend to the ately call the Fiscal Coirt of his county Mr Noel together and the Mayor his Council and iu each take such action as it may deem iitmue his evangelistic work - been In-- proer in the premises that the r irnal tice iKslics named appoint or authorize some one ir more jiersons by order of Held in a earn three colored rapists were tried n id to represent it in a ineetintr to and hehl for grand jury exami bald in the citv of Loaiaville on the 15th each in default of of August at which meeting everything tcrtaining to the question as now stands which were sent to jail and the In st course to lie pursued may v mm i Fair be fully dis ussed rtisement of the Winclieater known HereMore thai Everybody familiar with the vehicles iniuiiis braid eg nips n that traverse the streets of Richmond i iumntodioaa stand knows the little gilt mounted wagon that Mr the name of Frank Fehr Whrai Cuatiut la Fehr and Miss Pauline Hecht will lit HLjOM or t litNHi married July 24 at the Richelieu Hotel I wheal in the county at H to in Chicago The matter has been whis lb says that wheat is lighter lered about for some time The tliir to the bushel ceremony will lake place at 7 oclock n at earl time since he and only the immediate friends and rel illtV of the parties will lie present No i ards have lieen issued Mare Tkaa Half a Milhtia Hollars Mr Fehr is the son of the late Frank the four national batiks Fehr His interests in the City Brewery exhibit 521 915S0 on indi- are extensive in Miss Hecht is a fair Chi it This is the amount of rl and an accompished musician tin Kople have left at the lianks Mr Fehr met her while he was taking a ping arid on which they can course in the Chit ago Brewing Institute pleasure The liest man will lie Mr ieorge Kremer and Miss Lizzie Fehr will be bridesmaid Weal la Hih Bridge Sand ay mi In this connection it might be stated that K k B special Sunday ar the last named couple will themselves hundred and liftv aaraOM march to the altar before many months to High Bridge Camp Meeting and be made one em lieingfrom Richmond Heath of James Hodgkia Sr mlier from Fjitill county Mr James Hodgkin one of Clark ind i M re made all along the nage was one of the sjieakers countys best citizens died at his home on South Main street in this city late nels made the music Tuesday afterniKin July Kith Krradaai Wheal He was liorn iu IflO hence was in his A Hern Ion has deli vcred toZaring 75th year He was twice married his n hundred bushels of wheat at the his first ife lieing Ormie juisenlierry rice paid yet The wheat is extra last wife Mrs Gillespie Flight children jualilv and will be made into high grade survive him Sauiuel J Tandy J The average ier acre was only Hi Philip John M F Bush William bushels Rachel and Mrs J R Martin Peek Daiadnu baa 36 acres of b eased was for perhaps fifty years and a memlier oi the Christian church for manv years was an Elder in the Mfj Iaitersua Jr Dead iiurth of this county of fates Wm B Iattersori Mr Hodgkin and Mr F C Browning went to Koawell New Mexico last March aith as he bad consumption w ho died a lew days since were schoolaud warm devoted friends and it Not improving he went 70 miles north at the time of the latter s si- - hut grew worse and was remarked the friends would not long be July 1st aged in years He death that Democrat iat separated--Winchestwas a j Hodgkin many years ago II is mother was a aist in the clothing parti of Millioi Â¬ li1 -1 Marshall J li lliggiiis- and purcliHwd his good will and a his teams and will continue if r Ariioa far a Keheanii in the Baak 1ax taxs A Iadncah telegram says that County Judge Thomas of that city has mailed a Mid circular letters to the various Minors City Attorneys County Judges and court otticials of the State requesting their co oieration in securing a new hearing iu the bank tax cases Mr A Tarley as a Kraalisaiere New York large firm at Syracuse uaineaa catalogue is adorned with a lone ublihsed an extensive and ele-The frontpage fisherman and place waa lurei he wore to the I The R s C gave a most delightful last night Saxton Have tried others but like Avers inent made over and over who tettifv to the benefit use of Ayers Sarapa- had a greater r It blood purifier than w Jnreotion and equipped with ree iieaaa lag gjee Dr Smith related the history of dental schools and mentioned some ludicrous mistakes arising from the practice of lioth professions by one man was called on once to lame an ulcer on the leg and and taking up the knife said to the patient now oien the mouth Mr Walker said he retained a man by the year to make his apaaebea the same as he employed a physician and if the quests would wait till after supper ami adjourn to the court house yard he Sweet potaaooa J P Ienham would call on his lawyer Mr Sullivan Department Tomatoes Mrs J Crooke L Loss on house probably MOO insured for a rousing speech Shlegel Dr Vaught said his subject was better with ireenleaf iv Crooke Furniture roughly handled and considerably dam adapted to a cold storage room where the Beets T S Molierley Mrs D M aged Cnqierature was low down in the 20s Insured Chenault The tire Imivs worked hard and were and that unless the association could be Cahfaure Jaa Pearson p v c ready and willing to do all they removed the ice factory or the factory be Kroastoa Kills a Fellow Lunatic Cucumbers Miss Manlv Bogaa Mrs laraffe brought to the hotel he could not sjieak Sundays Courier Journal gives this could but there was an entire alisence of H J Streng Gov McCreary said that liis father was account of Saturdays homicide at Arich organization and an evident lack of pracMrs 11 J Njuashes Jas Pearson for many vears m fact about half a cen tice orage Streng Soaae man in the department should tury a practicing physician that he had A murder was committed in the colWheat Levi Foster Covington Artire say what is to lie done often assiniated w ith him in his office ored ward of the 1 akeland Asylum at locate the nold Bro That he had the honor how it is to lie done and when and some physician 2 oclock yesterday Anchorage aliotit of introducing in Congress the bill that W II White corn Dr lbskaday morning liabriel Mitchell a colored where His every onler should lie obeyed Every out abler who counter created the Pan American Medical Con- Â¬ Tudor man abont forty years old who was sent gress the only recognition by Congress Stallion year old Travis Deatherage to the asylum from Iouisville during the mands an order or otherwise interferes of the medical profession since his term should lie promptly suppressed early part of last year was the victim Stallion 2 and under 3 J W Carrett The Council should see to it that the of a dozen years had liegun colored from and ieorge Broiiston Cohen iV Fox Dr Foster said that as the others had of the Fire Department auPERSONAL iwen county was the slayer ieorge Chief Mare under year old R C Tribbie spoken and couldnt get mad aud jump Patterson also colored from Liuisville thorized to enforce the requisite regtila i Black ilasgow Mo tiotisfor making the Depart inent efficient the game he would decline to apeak esIke M Asher was in Louisville last occupied the same ward Mare or gelding and under 2 W I pecially as his subject aptieared to be week Bronston the murderer has been ex Forty first Anniversary of the Marriage crowding the season Hockaday Newland Jones Miss Delia Ramsey is visiting Mrs ceedingly violent of late and it has been of a Noted Kvangelist Mare or gelding 2 and under o J W MENl B McCord at Winchester C the practice to handcuff or secure his A Lawreuceburg telegram of the 2Jth iarrett Frank Maupiu hands when he was placed in the cell at says Miss ieorgia Moberlev is visiting friends Rockaway mare or gelding John night This precaution was neglected in Chicago Saddle of CoM Mutton Parley French Peas Lev Geo O Barnes the evangelist Chenault Cohen ik Fox Friday night by Attendant Westav An- and wile celebrated the forty first anniSartUij CliipCoffee Corn Cake Mr Kd Hume is at home from Linni Mixed Pickles Mare any age Cohen v Fox J derson who lives in Oldham county versary of their marriage here todav by etta Springs Coleman Harrodsburg and iu consequence of his neglect he has holding a family reunion Their chiln coaaaa M rs Brutus Clay Jr is of Bourbon been discharged Races on Track one mile Broiled Chicken dren Rev W C Barnes of Covington visitug relatives here k yesterday morning Mrs E M ocliK Hot Kotls About Grated Potatoes W J Youngs Tom Martin 1st Lizzie Duncan of Lexington Miss Miss Moreland of Stanford is visiting Liy 2nd Time 241 Broiiston wrenched an iron rod or bar Marie Barnes who is ever with her Tomatoes with Maionnaise Sauce Roman Punch Miss Minnie Wagers from the steam heating apparatus and father in his meetings were present in COCRSK 227 Trot -- Tom Collinss Neale 1st eTMM ttao Ili inru of tho llnlli I struck Mitchell terrible blows over the Mr Duncan aud Mrs W C Barnes and Old Country Ham John Huguelys Aleta Danville 2nd head rendering him unconscious and daughter school at Silver Creek Salmon Croquettes Chicken Salad Miss Jean W J Youngs Joe Alcvon 3rd were also in Time Olives beaten iiiscuits inflicting wounds which resulted in death attendance Miss Sue McRoberts of Danville is 223 2221 alxiut noon yesterday Patterson a pa- Â¬ iv COOMB visiting Miss Juiia Higgins Rev Barnes and wife were married at Woes Traveling tient who is almost cured gave the Danville in the Presbyterian oliurch Frozen Brick Cream Sherbet Dr L Harris and family have taken Whether on pleasure bent or business alarm Bronston frenzied as he was July 20 1864 The ceremony was per Assorted Cakes rooms at Mrs Bert Stocktons take on every trip a bottle of Svrup of seemed to know what latterson intended formed by the grooms father Rev J C COURSB Mrs William Arnold is with Mrs Fijs as its acts most pleasantly and effecand threatened his life but Patterson Barnes one of the most prominent then Coffee Hanger her daughter in Chicago tually on the kidneys liver and bowels succeeded in attracting attention All in the Presbyterian Crackers Mrs American Club House Cheene ministry Mrs S K Hughes of Lexington is preventing fevers headaches and other efforts to revive Mitchell were vain Barnes maiden name was Jane Steel the guest of Mrs J B McCreary brms of kickness For sale in 50c and Coroner Hxxi held an inquest yester Cowan She was a daughter of Col Wm CoBtmeat ou the Jlary Baker Murder Manday afternoon i bottles by all leading druggists and the facts were and Mrs Mary McMordie Cowan Miss Minva Phelps will entertain the Case Dur- Â¬ brought out as stated Bronston was ing the September following the wedding ufactured by the California Fig Syru Vanity Fair Club Thursday evening A special from Valley View says manacled and placed in a separate cell Mr W 0 Parrish of Atlanta Ga is Co only Rev Barnes was sent to India as a Pres Detective John Welch of Nicholasville Richmond has two colored lieorge byterian missionary taking his bride came here and arrested Frank Broaddus back at his old home for the summer WinrhPstrT CobtL Bronstous One of them Aunt Mandys with him Their stay in India covered a another suspect who was taken to that Dr Manning of Manchester Mrs J A Kainsev auctioneer reports only George is here and neither crazy nor jieriod of seven years and while there place and lodged iu jail along with Frank is visiting her relative Mrs Lucy White lliout L00 cattle on tho market the most lose Yaller George has lieen in the two children were born unto them Miss Dickerson Roland Tate and a negro wo Mrs C W Beck left Friday for a if wliieh were common Medium sU erg Penitentiaiy several times aud was last Marie aud Williari C Miss George man named Mary Matt all of whom it is visit to Robt McKinley at Portland Ind 00 to J00 lbs weight io0 to J75 sent from Madison for forging a check on now Mrs Duncan coming to further believed had something to do with the Fat rows and Mr W C Fitzpatrick and wife of Lighter oner liOO to 3J Collins His term was for three bless the union after the return to murder of Mary Baker A large Stock hogs 4j Shelby county are visiting relatives here lieiferw 2 vears and has alwut expired He is America Broken in health Rev Mr It is not thought that a case will be crowd in town hut little trading was probably the lunatic in question Prof Jason Chenault of Louisville is Barnes returned to Kentucky in 18iland made out against Dickerson cone visiting his brother Wm Chenault Esq for ten years serve as pastor oi the Stan s S IoBvrBtioa of Kentucky Nicholasville Ky July 20 18Jo If afflicted with scalp diseases hair fall Miss Maggie Butler of Paris is visitAfter this his Editor Climax The Thirtieth Annual Convention of ford Presbyterian church iigout and premature baldness do not ing Miss Katie Smith West Main street The above notice appeared in the Semi the Kentucky Suuday schoo Union will time was divided between Kentucky and use grease or alcoholid preparations but Chicago for five years At the Windy Weekly Pantagraph of Thursday July Miss Laura Walker will be at home to in Lexington on August 13 14 be held apply Halls Hair Renewer City Mr John E Owsley formerly of 18th The name of the detective men Â¬ friends Wednesday evening at 8 oclock and 15 The prosjiects are for the largest Ravage Year Hetppr Berth Lincoln county but then of Chidago tioned in the notice is not John Welch Mrs R K Turley has returned from a gathering of Sunday school workers ever Persons going to Old Point Comfort on where he had amassed a large fortune but our County Jailer Henry A Welch mouths visit to her old home in Jessa hehl in Kentucky tiie Chesapeake A Ohio special train from real estate boomp built Mr Barnes youngest son of the late Dr John C mine The citizens of Lexington will proInly 30th are requested to send in their a beautiful church He was also associ Welch who died in Nicholasville in 1887 Miss Nellie Peyton of lexington is vide for the entertainment of all delegates names and state how much space is ated with Mr Moody while in Chicago I heard a great deal of the evidence in during the Convention Lexingtons the guest of Mrs S E Scott on third wanted This can be done by letter or in Gospel work At the close of these the case against Rowland Tate charged Btreet hospitality is too well known to require postal and is quite necessary in order in 1876 Rev Barnes under- with killing Mary Baker and throwing any comment in these columns Every five years or Mrs J F Stone and daughter Miss that sufficient number of sleeping ears a change religiously He her body into the Kentucky river five or to five 5 went decided county in the State is entitled Bernie have returned from Trimble can be arranged bedelegates from the county at large was reconverted at a holiness meeting six weeks ago The case was called county Omasa W Baaxar being complete consecra fore Judge Phillips Wednesday the 17th Every School is entitled to one delegate the central idea I P A Lexington Ky Mr and Mrs Sharp of Shelbyville tion With this new faith Mr Barnes Fifty or more witnesses were examine for each hundred members or fraction evangelizing which The evidence against Tate was couth ting are visiting their daughter Mrs B L Budys Pile Suppository thereof Those who expect to attend began his mountain In and not strong Wm Walker Haidi n Middelton helped give him national reputation is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipa- Â¬ should send their names before August of Misses Clara and Nellie Mershon be again went to the Old World Broaihlus and franklin Dickerson ae 10 to E C Baldwin at Lexington so tion or money reluoded cents per sfiending two years in Scotland one year suspected of being implicated Judge Stantord are visiting Miss Annie Mer box Send two stamps for50 may lie provided that homes circular and in Australia and Phillips after a long and tedious trial of a sliou during the Fair The railroads have granteo a rate of in India six months Fee Sample to Martin Rudy Registered jail At Mi Mr E at Dunlap and niece trip on presenta- New Zealand returning via San Francis day and a half sent Mr Tate to one fare for the round r larmacist Lancaster Pa No Postals W a tour around the world in Jul the examining trial Dickerson Mary Dunlap of Milican Texas are via Answered For sale by all first class tion of proper certificates which uiav be co securing homes on Sanabel Island ker and a woman named Davis were all iting at Mr J Reid Comeliaons diuggists everywhere and in Bere Ky secured from county office rs or from Miss After by living thereon six months acquitted Thursday but ordered to ap- Â¬ Miss Mamie Hanson of Madison is by S E Welch jr Mamie F Huber State Secretary at Florida 76 Few Rev Barnes went back to Scotland iu pear here Wednesday the 24th the guest of her brother W N Hanson Ljuisville Grass fox Bant returned in 1891 Since then a people believe that Mr Du ke son bad in the country Winchester Sun and practical proavjUB A more attractive We have no I grass and good running regular Kentucky colony has been built anything to do with such ac rime as kil has never been presented to the Mr Dick Horton of Warsaw is liack where the iug a woman He is descended irom one attle to graze Apply to fairly biites tp on Sanabel Island It workers of Kentucky a nong his old friends and says there is Q J White V Sou Kingston Ky Troupe comprising Rev Barnes wife of the most respectable families in Jessa- Â¬ It good things place lika Richmond to live in with no spend their winters mine county His father James Dickerson and children W Powell and wife of Mr Effectual Charles J Booth Olive preaching summers in Kentucky In all was born and raised in Jessamine county Muddy Perry left on Thursday over the Lightning Hot Drops Creek i who I have utcd Ayers Mr Barnes travels the entire troupe was the son of Jeremiah wood Cal says I B for wa Butler What a Funny Name several years and has accompanied him His meeting here was for many years the Sheriff of Jeaaa u my family for Irs J Very True but It Kllla All Pain count have alway s found them most effectual w ill close next Wednesday night then mine W Lei Sold Everywhere Every Day goto Frnnkf in the relief of ailments arising from a waa an Without Relief There la No Pavl d liver and con- Crejim Rakinp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vc Â¬ 1mÂ¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ straight heats The best time made by so far this year was made in a race at Columbus last week by llattie F M Mr W L Up lire colt Time Silver Ijike won second money after taking one heat m -- - j The fast lmpetuiis lost her first race this siLson at laCrosse Wis last Wed nesday Monroe Salisburys black champion Directly 07J secured the race record for pacing stallions last Thursday cover iug the distance in 2101 Judge Rice owned by W S Hume A now in tht Co of Silver Creek K heath of afr Scott Hudson of Lexington stepped a mile in his workout last week in 2ltiA This horse should win money this vear as he has every requisite for a good race horse being steady game and fast Agate beat the invincible Fantasy at IaCrosse last Friday time o71 thus securing the worlds record for trotting geldings ieddes the bay Kmperor Wilkes colt sold bv Wui Deatherage of this place won another good race at Lai sing Michi Â¬ gan last week This colt baa not lost a race this vear Mr H C Traynor stepped his phenom- Â¬ enal pacer Andy a mile in ftlf last Friday the last half of which mile he covered in ltxij a most remarkable and killing gait for any horse ou a halt mile track Surely if this horse keeps in form it would not be an exaggeration to say that he will have attained a mark of 0fl before the frost is on the pumpkin The sensational Claude If with whom the Richmond people are right well acquainted bing owned by Mr Frank Walton a brother in law of Dr Vaught of this citv stepped a mile in 2 loj at lexington last week He is booked to start here this week in the 2 PI trot It is reiorted that an offer of 150000 has been made for the game little race horse William Penn 2 11 J J J N Rifle Sulky aud Saddle China painting Mrs J T ShackelAhx trotted a mile in LmisJ atSaginav ford Miss Marie If M tail Mich Friday the fastest mile ever mat e Oil painting Mrs Belle Shearer Mr- in that State C F Buriiam Morgan formerly owned by Mr May Water color Mrs 8 H fltomj Mrs John Fanbry of Nicholasville Kv won T S Burnam the lIS trot at Daveiiiort Iowa last Pencil work Mrs Sam Rice Mrs i week in the fast time of 2H F Bradley Benzetta J Ul winner of the big Futurity at Lexington last fall made htr Crayon work Miss Anna Barber first start this year at Columbus lait Mis- - Beaaai Turley Moudav and won hands down in three Painting Mrs 8 A Deatherage P For the Climax WINCHESTER Lve K p m Arr Kiel Â¬ KFAIR AUGUST 22 23 24 1895 Mere than 2 Miii iii premiums tcaidc3 medals prixca 4c as tol lows Saddle homes Soi speed sheep iinir 1150 koga Lve Jell Lve WllUamabg Arr LvtTt Lve Barbrville Arr Cirhiii Lve Lnmlon Arr Lve Iivinjfstou Lve Rerei Arr Rtebmond Lve RichmiPI Arr Wine Lve Winchester Arr Huns Lve Islington Lve Palis Liv-inn- p m 7 7 ooa m o 1 j a aa m Lve Lve V 1 2 s - 40 a m 1140 p m 9 00 1330 a m a 45 108 a m 10 33 300 a n 11 15 315 an 11 30 313 a ir 13 38 a at a a a aa PS It am a1 a 630 a m 705 am 710 am 700 am Baa am 9 1 1 435 am 4 07 p and C Two Miunds homemade cheese Mrs B F Deatherage Mrs B Turley M er iniltrv 82 C ft grain 50 har Â¬ Arr Arr lve Ivnthiana lve i r am 1034 a m 1030 a m 711 am - ness liui M rare- - Bit vile and oth MAYSVILLE BRANCH NOKTH Wheat bread yeast rising Miss Alversoii Mrs Mattie Alversori Beaten haaaaa Mia Mattie Alversoii Mrs P W Turner Baked ham Mia G B Turley Mr- B F Tevis Wheat bread -- alt rising-M- rF Clay Mrs A J Tribbie 23 entries Liver Oakl Mrs Mattie Alversoii Mrs T J Curtis Grape wine Mrs i B Turley Mrs Dr llockaday Blackberry wine Mrs M M llarher B Turley Bag carpet Mm Ella Barnes Home made blankeLs Mrs J F Wagers Mrs Sid Taylor Wool hose Mrs Sally Pearson Mrs Martha Portwood Half hose -- Mrs J F Wag Home made gloves Mrs i F Bradley Mrs Nancy J Taylor Cotton hose Mrs D H Myers Miss Mary M Smith Cotton half host Mrs D H Myers Irish tMitatin s S J Taylor W M Hamilton A Co Mrs BOLND Kx Daily Sim Ex San Daily Taxes Taxes are due The City Collectors office is at No First Street Richmond Ky Ta payetrs will plea ecall and settle L 4 7 Lve Cincinnati Lve tovinaton Lexington 700 a m 1835 R THE CITY TAXES FOR rr Millen biirg Carlisle John am Maysville MOlTH BOlND Lve Maysville So8 am 837 a m 911 a m No 9 - 540 pa Daily No II Kx ua m Dally sun Johnson Carlisle Arr Paris LeXnutoii Covington Clucinnatl Millershnris 745 am i5 r m 1024 am 1030 am r 630 a m 703 am 737 am 512 a 145 pm 334 pm 327 pm 350 pm 6 3 FREEMAN Citv Collector For further Information or freight ailllie Ticket aud Km r K ARR iimond Kr NO- - PROFIT Trl S3 SALE HJSTRENG - fill THIS lOsTTS 1 m Oilers additional inducements to late buvers by UaaaV By this is meant ail Goods a BO prof I sale ti rat it Profit not wanted in the house umt now move only the money wanted You can have Hie gi and as an inducement protits are cut oil and late buyers get the benetit This is how we do it 5c per yard Now buys Ginghams that were Now bus Ginghams that were Sk EJi rcJru lc per yard s1 7jC c SM 10c per yard Now buys Ginghams that were 10c Now bora those beautiful Piques that were And those beautiful Dimities that were 15c And those beautiful Organdies that were ic Ana those beautiful Ducks that were U And those beautiful Crepons that were 15c 1 2C 20c per yard 35c per yard wis 50c Now buvs those beautiful French Dimities that were 50c And those beautiful Zephyr Ginghams that were 3c And those beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were Jc Now buys those beautiful Swivel Silks that were oc V Â¬ m 75 Dress Patterns Now buys per yard Now buys those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were 75c Â¬ Reduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other words almost cut in half A great many suitable for earlv fall wear This is an opportunity that only occurs occasion ally lake advantage ol it it you want to save money mm ic mm 10c that Big Towel that we sold at toe IS Now buys that All Linen Towel we sold 20c i2c Â¬ lis mm Nov buvs that Towel we sold at 2c ot now buys Onlv a fen left of those Elegant Shirts Wits - iirt Waist we sold at now buys the Shirt Waist we sold at for those Silk Shirt Waists we sold at and 150 450 There is not a thing in the dry goods line but what the price has been reduced on it Give us a look and see for yourself 7 50 now buys those Mens Suits of Clothing tht we sold for 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hi Mens Underwear buys those Elegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold for 15O4 l3oa and 15 i3 15 now buys those beautitul Mens Suits that we sold for io and 22 o In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut tiie same way 50c now buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for 75c 75c now buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for 125 now buys our Colored Shirts that we sod for 1 he prices on same have been cut so much that you will not recognize former prices 10 now 1 9 10 and 11 io Â¬ Â¬ Si m Urn We wait to close out you have onlv been thinking of buying every yard in the house and make prices so they will go This is a no profit sale We mean every word of it and ear sk you to give us a look We will save you money and give you good gooJs and values Carpets and Mattings 2 ri Â¬ lie H J STRENG - 1 HUH HrafflfitlHnwHraUairliJE- flppHjraaQITdairgrrSlHI iWiTt H ml H rfriJ H frril B Ril liSJaraiJl My stock of carriages hugg Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ is the handsomest and rao the hauled and painted at the very lowest countrv Give me a call prices All work guaranteed to be as Richmond Carriage Wok good as any in the State S L Midkiff Proprietor Richmond 39- - S L Midkitf Carrhui Woiks Proprietor A Lately Iaaiplexioa VV ia lilt M the Iteaire f all i il The Worlds rr Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair San Francuce Prices Powder rle5 showed 00 baking powder so pore or so great la teav enlng power as the Royal Fair Tests and be aaMlaaWllllin gjkft BMbSSmEM A Sufferer Cured Kvery season from the time I was two tears old 1 suffered dread- Â¬ fully fw t las wli growing worse until mv Lands almost useless The t one soft i hey would bead it my finpers are now crooked fron this cause On my hand J carry lare scars ertteh but for AYERS Pwas alive and able irrv anything Eidit x t ties of parilla cured me 80 that I have had M return of the ror in re than twent tears The first bottle seemed to reach the Iot and a BrMeat use of it hs CL Davis lerfectel tlie cure I Sarsaparilla would tea roTil I N iiiiia A AYERS Sarsaparilla TEES FILLS THE OKLT WORLDS FAIE Promote Good Diertior PLAIN PEOPLE 1 Newspaper Notoriety Slander and Place Hunters Soldoni the Man Who la Ordinary He ll ipjo I vpn If Vou Art- Ilaiti Mtuou lv Kr T llrH III I al Worry- u ll v TV eer h Utaaatl Talmape who is still ab- midsummer lnur iirinp- - prepared for vrimin tev1 of rcailers anywhere Komans xvi ruios on llain 1eo will appeal to a laip e ijij Tiie 14 1 lliiloloefiis ami Henry Alliert Karnes Ad II the Thomas tf - rf1 remark nti- The I nod in the chap- - tiinp by the ii- itors lull no rntaa - mid Itilia Ko one born U la- - Where n were f tiny record Absolutely for for what voafrht out by the e trait of character n very in- r mii- - or a t n re -- They were luty and ordi- meetn - for ry ami then a we ihi well the little while ujon CitlSp We sjh- to iler in our iry garlands srar- - ianlhrop- i ITD il an te eonsti- n ate lot invenA - pill- - e fate of a u do Von ion the ive kinjrs i t er an not le a You will - or Ihlc- or ller- r Tnlia roe are nunii n vrn family SabbaUl ob-n r brain decided the ap-enl was linal on a tire Every lav The itinenJ of your house- vour dominion Yon t All the sanitary your house are under uiate the apparel ami the habit usaml questions of a tax iivou Urmia and acrml health abaolntely fr at the mini head- - lie allevi- - the it New- not help yon much to lie Mr- - hi is n rery brave ie Kornesian cannibals It on much to lie told that ry kind to the wounded in the riatea It would for me to teli you that the divis f Mary and Martha is Iriend and tuat lie sees all the nil disappointments ami abraaassM ami exasperations of an ordinary housekeeper from morn till uipht ami from the first day of the to the last day of the year and at your call He is ready with help and re enforcement They who provide the food of the world decide the health of the world fine of tin battles of this celi ac tin- commander morning had a tit of indip estion jave only to n on some errand taverns ami the hotels of the Dmiti liritain to ap-kCt that a vast multitude of the human race are slaughtered by incompetent cookery Thouph a yoanp woman may have taken lessons in snusic and may h ve taken lessons in paint nip and let oris in astronomy unless she as taken lessons in loiioli They who the m orld and the food of the world decide the en of the world An unthinking man may consider it a matter of little importance -- the cares of tiie household and the eeonom domestic life but I tell you the earth wn with the martyrs of kitchen The liealth shattered and nursery wouuntu of America cries out for a help ordinary women in ary duties of housekeeping wearing jfrinirinp unappre work but the same Chris who stood on the bank of Galilee in tiie early iiorninp and kindled the fire and had the tish already cleaned and broihnp- - wheat the sportsmen Sahara chilled and tunjrrt ill help every woman to prepare breakfast hand or the hand p The made V of Hannah who a coat for Iaeiml ery year ry woman in preparing the i rdrooe The Liu peos tlie liable with the story of Abrv m eat of the three an- irels on the plains of Mamra will help erery woman to provide hospitality owerer rare and embarrassing It is W some of the attention we have been givintr to the remark Â¬ abeth nncli to be told Fry did wonderful ree i file able women of the Bible remarkable for their virtue or their want of it or remarkable for their deed- s- Deborah and Jezebel and Herodias and Atha lia and the Dorcas and the Marys ex cellent or abandoned it is hig h time some of the attention we have been hesc conspicuous women of the Hible be given to Julia of the text an ordinary woman amid ordinary cir cumstances attending to ordinary duties and meeting ordinary responsi bilitiea Then there are all the ordinary busi Â¬ ness men They need divine and Christian help When we lieein to talk aliout business life we shoot right off and talk about men who did business on a larire scale and who sold millions of dollars of goods a year but the vast majority of business men do not sell a million dollars of goods nor half a million nor a qi irter of n nillion nor the eighth part of a millm tit all the baaimteaa men of our cities towns villa es and neighborhoods side by sicie and you will find that they sell less than Suooo worth of goods All t men in ordinary business life want divine help You see how the wrinkles are printing on the countenance the story of worriment and care You can not tell how old a busi Â¬ ness man is by looking at him A man at IS hairs at SO No with the stoop of a nonogenarian time to attend to improved dentistry the grinders cease liecause they are lew Actually dying of old age at 40 or M when they ought to lie at the meridian Many of these business men have Vh id is like a neglected clock to which you come and yon wind it up and it begins to buzz and roar and then the hands start around very rapidly and then the clock strikes five or ten or forty and strikes without any and then suddenly stops So is the body of that worn out bnsiness man It is a neglected clock anil though by some summer recreation it may be wound up still the machinery is all out of gear The hands turn around with a velocity that ex cites the astonishment of the Men world can not understand the wonderful activity and there is a roar and a buzz and a rattle about these disordered lives and they strike ten when they ought to strike five and they strike twelve when they ought to strike six and they strike forty when they ought to strike nothing and suddenly they stop 1ost mortem exami nation reveals the fact that all the springs and rivots and weights and balance wheels of health are com pletely deranged The human clock And at the has simply run down time when the steady hand ought to be pointing to the industrious hours on a clear and sunlit dial the whole machinery of body mind and earthly capacity stijis forever The cemeteries have thousands of business men who died of old age at tu 40 ML Now what is wanted is grace divine grace for ordinary business men men who are hnrnesscd from morn till night ami all the days of their life Not grace to harnessed in business lose a CManl but grace to lo Not grace to supervise SO employes in lory but grace to supervise the Imok keeper and tare salesmen and the smaii boy that sweeps out the race not to invest the of net profit but tiie ion of clear gain til arc not to endure the loss of a whole shipload of spices from the Indies hut grace to endure the loss of a paper of collars from the leakage of a displaced shingle on a poor roof trace not to endure the tardi- f the American congress in pass in a necessary law but grace to en dure the tardiness of an errand boy stopping to play marbles when he ought to deliver the goods Such a grace as thousands of business men have to day keeping them tranquil whether goods sell or do not sell whether customers pav or do not pay is up or t riff is dwn ie crops are viirian or a aim in all circiiin tanccs ami amid all vicissitudes That is the kind of grace we want Millions otf sea wan it and they may have it for the asking e hero or heroine comes to town and as the procession passes through treeta the bashseai men come out and stand on tiptoe on their store and look at some one who in Artie clime or in ocean storm or in day of battle or in hospital agonies be brave thing not realizing that theyhe enthusiastic spectators have gone through trials in business life that are just as great before God There are men who have gone through freezing arctics and burning torrid and awfui Marengoes of experiences without moving live miles from their steps Now what ordinary busi- men need is to realize thev have the friendship of that Christ who looked after the religions interests of Matthew the custom house clerk and helped lydia of Thyatira to sell the dry and who opened a bakery ami tish market in the wilderm As Minor to feed the 7000 who had out on a religious picnic and who counts the hairs of your head with as much particularity as though thev were the plumes of a coronation and who took the trouble to stoop down with his finrer writing on the ground ugh the first shnftie of feet oblit- d the divine ealigraphy and who knows just how many locusts there were in the Egyptian plague and knew just how many ravens were nec essary to supply Elijahs pantry by the brook Cherith and who as floral commander leads forth all the regi meats of primroses foxgloves daffo hyacinths and lilies which pitch their tents of iieauty and kindle their camp tires of color all around the hemispherethat that Christ and that Bod knows the most minute affairs of your business life and however inconsider siding all the affairsof thit woman who keeps a thread and needle store as well as the affairs of a Kothschild SStd a Mewart Then there are all the ordinary farmers We talk about agricultural life and we immediately shoot off to talk about Cincinnatus the patrician who went from the plow to a high position and after he got through the dictator Â¬ ship in 21 days went back again to the plow What encouragement is that to ordinarv farmers The vast majority of them none of them will le patri Ierhaps none of them will be senators If any of them have dicta Â¬ torships it w ill over 40 over ro or loo acres of the old homestead What thoat in in want is grace to keep their pee while plowing with balky oxen and to keep cheerful amid the ht that destroys the corn crop and that enables them to re tile garden that day after ibors cattle have broken in and trampled out the straw Â¬ berry led and gone through the lima pateh and eaten up the sweet corn in such large quantities that they must lie kept from the water lest they swell up and die irace in catching ier that enables them without imprecation to spread out the hay tiie third time although again and again and again it has been almost ready for the mow A grace to doctor the cow with a hollow horn and iie sheep with the foot rot and the horse with the distemper and to compel the un- Â¬ willing acres to yield a livelihood for the family and schooling for the chil- Â¬ dren and little extras to help the old Â¬ er boy in business and something for the daughters wedding outfit and a little surplus for the time when the ankles will get stiff with age and the breath will be a little short and the swinging of the cradle through the arvest field will bring on the old mns vertigo Itetter close up about Cincinnatns I know 500 farmers jnst ie as he was What tiiey want is to knowthat they have the fi that hrist who often drew His similes from the farmers life as when He said A sower we- forth to sow as when he built Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mM Â¬ Â¬ 1 job his best parable out of the scene of a farmers boy coming back from hia wanderings and the old farmhouse shook that night with rural jubilee and who compared himself to a lamb in the pasture field and who said the eternal Jod is a farmer declaring My Father is the husbandman The stonemasons do not want to hear about Christopher Wren the architect who built St- - Pauls cathedral It would be better to tell them how to carry the hod of brick up the ladder without slipping and how on a cold morning with the trowel to smooth off the mortal and keep cheerful and how to be thaakfnl to tiod for the plain food taken from the pail by the roadside Carpenters standing amid the adz and the bit and the plane and the broad ax need to be told that Christ was a carpenter with His own hand wieiding saw and hammer Oh this is a red world and it is an over wcrked world and it is an underfed world and it is a wrung out world and men and women need to know that there is rest and recuperation in iod and in that religion which was not so much intended for extraordinary people as for ordinary people because there are more of them The healing profession has had Aber crombies and its Abernethys and its Valentine Motts and its Williard lar kers but the ordinary physicians do the most of the worlds medicining and they need to understand that while taking diagnosis or prognosis or writ ing prescription or holding the delicate pulse of a dying child they may have the presence and the dictation of the Almighty Doctor who took the f the madman and after he had been torn off his garments in foaming demania clothed him again body and mind and who lifted up the wom- Â¬ an who for IS years had been bent almost double with the rheumatism into graceful stature and who turned the scabs of leprosy into rubicund complexion and who rubbed the numbness out of paralysis and who swung wide open the closed windows of hereditary or accidental blindness until the morning light came streaming through the fleshy casements and who knows all the diseases and all the remedies and all the herbs and all the catholicons and is monarch of pharmacy and therapeutics and who has sent out ten thousand doctors of whom the worid makes no record but to prove that they are angels of mercy I invoke the thousands of men whose ailments have been assuaged and the thousands of women to whom in crisis of pain they have been next to God in bene-Â¬ faction Come now let us have a religion for ordinary people in professions in oc cupations in agriculture in the household in merchandise in everything I salute across the centuries Asyncritus Ihlegon Hermas Patrobas Hermes Philologus and Julia First of all if you feel that you are ordinary thank God that you are not extraordinary I am tired and sick and bored almost to death with extraordinary peope They take all their time to tell ns how very extraordinary they really are You know as well as I do my brother and sister that the most of the useful work of the world is done by unpretentious people who toil right on by people who do not get much approval and no one seems to say that is well done Phenomena are of but little use Things that are exceptional can not be depended on Uctter trust the small anet that swings on its orbit than ten comets shooting this way and that imperiling the longevity of worlds attending to their own busi- Â¬ ness For steady illumination better is a lamp than a rocket Then if you feel that you are ordinary remember that our position invites the less attack A washerwoman applied for help to a gentleman who gave her a note to tiie manager of a certain club It real as follows Dear Mr X This womVery shortly tne an wants washing answer came back Dear Sir I dare say she does but I dont fancy the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ second assistant engineer on the rev- Â¬ enue cutter Bout well now at bavan nah Ga He took the oath of otlice and has assumed his duties for which he receives 81300 per 3car with an increase for good service An Kniilemlc of Typhoid Fever dangerSekokvi Kv July IB FINAL Director REPORT Has Â¬ General Davis Completed His Task Â¬ ous type of typhoid fever is raging on the lower Cumberjand river section of this county Several deaths have oc ccurred and phycians from this neighborhood who have been called there say the disease is somewhat peculiar and does not appear to yield to Â¬ Report of Worlds Columbian Com misssion Sent to the President The Work Comprises About 3SOO Pages of Prlnte i and Type Vt ritten Matter Illustrated V 1th Two 1 housand Ph- Â¬ otographsIn Twenty Volumes ABOUT OCEAN WAVES They Are Bald to Travel About Twenty Four Feet a Second Dr G Schott as the result of study ing the form and height of the waves of the sea claims that under a moderate breeze their velocity was L4 feet per second or 108 miles an hour which is about the speed of a modern sailing vessel As the wind rises liSirffitt TySwWvhx STRAIGHT - WOMAN DEPUTY SHERIFF ten Franciscos Very Interesting Ofllcer A of tlie Law Â¬ Â¬ r FENCE RAIL treatment ing fourth class postmasters have been appointed in Kentucky Allegre Toad county W II Danks Dolson Floyd county K N Salyyr Halfway Allen county N A Cooksey Holt Breckinridge county A P Brooks Munfords ville Hart county L G Brown An limping ew Kentucky Postmasters WBTJrSTOJL July 22 The follow Â¬ Â¬ Robert Clem and Miss Jennie Howard both of this city eloped to Jeffersonville and were raned Miss Howards mother eloped and married her father and her five sisters all eloped and married their several husbands A Munier on Peter Creek Ky Lkxixoton I amlly July 22 Sergent Ky creek in Pike county James Smith shot and killed Robert W Coleman No reasons are reported for the affair Smith gave himself up to the author Â¬ ities and was sent to jail July 22 On Peter Washington July 23 The post of gees at Grooms Montgomery county and Ienoe Casey county Ky have been discontinued has been established at Halbert Lewis county Ky with Cary W Kimble postmaster New Kentucky Post Oftice Washington July 22 A post office 1ost Ofllces lliscontlnued CONDENSED NEWS Gathered From All Parts of the Country r Telegraph snake The Kentucky aprle crop is sched Â¬ uled to become the largest in years re- Â¬ ports from all over the state being very satisfactory Elkhart Ind is now removing the remains of 210 persons from an old cemetery that is to be used for other public purposes Mrs Hannah Riggs Dailey of Wal cott N Y who is not yet is years old has a son 4 years old and has been three times married At Ixmdon the Canadian rifle men won 125 in the shooting at Bisley for the city of Imdon prize Of this Hay hurst got OS and Skeddon 15 Mill four of the National Linseed Oil Co at the crossing of Canal street and the Burlington railway tracks Chica- Â¬ go was totally destroyed by fire early Sunday morning entailing a loss of was lying at the point of death Sat- Â¬ urday Was bitten by a copperhead Frank Daub near Poseyville Ind Chicago July 22 In compliance with the act of congress creating Um Worlds Columbian commission and enacting other worlds fair legislation Col Geo Davis of this city who was director general of the exposition has presented his final report to President Cleveland and his official duties end there The report gives a history of the inception organization and administration of the great enter- Â¬ prise It is a plain business document which does not attempt to write the fair or any one connected with it either up or down It describes pur-Â¬ poses processes and events as to set them clearly in array especially before such as may hereafter become in- Â¬ terested in the solution of similiar problems although written and edited with purpose the of securing the utmost brevity consistent with the production of a complete and intelligi- Â¬ ble narrative the work is necessarily voluminous It takes about 3500 pages of printed and typewritten matter mostly the latter illustrated by 2000 photographs It is bound in twenty volumes in addition to the catalogue of exhibits consisting of nearly 2400 pages in double column nonpareil type The catalogue is made part of the report The history of the exposition is de- Â¬ scribed in five periods each terminated by some notable act or event To each a chapter is devoted with one upon the exhibits and one upon the close and the distribution of exhibits The re- Â¬ ports of the chiefs of the great de- Â¬ partments are given in fifteen volumes each report presenting a concise view of organization promotion and administration all being copiously ilChicagos lustrated by photographs efforts to secure the fair legislation national state and civic the governing boards membership officers and rules the classification of exhibits and regulations general statistics of con- Â¬ struction reports of commission to for- Â¬ eign countries and lists of foreign commissioners bureau of transporta- Â¬ tion dedicatory and inaugural ceremo nies with speeches etc the Fnited States government at the exposition admissions concessions and cata- Â¬ logues Sunday closing in the courts awards the action of the director-generand of the foreign commissioners relating thereto forms and statistics are included in the exhaustive report Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In a strong of the waves increase breeze their length rises to 200 feet and their speed reaches 300 or 364 feet per second Waves the period of which is nine seconds the length 400 or 425 feet and the speed M nautical miles per hour are produced onl in storms During a southeast storm in the southern Atlantic Dr Schott measured waves OiO feet long and this was not a maximum for in latitude 28 degrees south and longitude 30 degrees east he ob Â¬ served waves of fifteen seconds period which were 1150 feet long with a ve-Â¬ locity of 78 7 feet per second or 46 8 nautical miles an hour Dr Schott does not think that the maximum height of the waves is very great Some observers have estimated it at 30 or 40 feet in a wind of the force represented by eleven on the Beaufort scale the highest number of which is twelve and Dr Sehotts maximum is just feet He believes that in great tempests waves of more than 00 feet are rare and that even those of 50 feet are exceptional In the ordinary trade winds the height is 5 or 6 feet The ratio of height to length is about 133 in a moderate wind 118 in a strong wind and 117 in a storm from which it follows that the nclination of the waves is respectively about 6 10 11 degrees The ratio of the height of the waves to the force of the wind varies greatly Â¬ Â¬ 1 the size and speed I serd design of a way to build fence from old rails which I have used the past tl ree years with success Some That of the points of merit are the rails all lie edgewise and will last longer and make more fence 2 That it is boilt w ith less material than any other rail fence 3 That it can be put up faster than any other straight rail 4 That the fence is very solid fence and the more it settles the solider it gets 5 That the rails are nil held solid yet can easily lie replaced I bu Id as follows for each panel of fences I cut two stakes either new or from broken rails one I feet and one li1 Now lay these down in the feel line of the fence the short ones always under so as to make the fence cross about 15 inches symmetrical from top and nail with one No raise up nail Now see diagram No the croiis and place top rail in the fork of crofs which will hold it in jiace 1 1 This Wethod of Building Has Been See cessfully Ised for Years jmmtA VS2 SHE CONFESSED nearly 800000 KENTUCKY The Latest New NEWS of the From All Parte Com mon wealth THREE MINUTES Was Enough for the Jury to Acquit Oennie Â¬ Â¬ gds Deputy Sheriff Dennie B Warnock charged with killing John Hollings worth last November The trial lasted four days during which time many witnesses were examined and the ablest counsel to be secured was en- Â¬ gaged on either side The circumstance for which Warnock was tried transpired on the sixth day of last November Warnock and Ed Hollings worth became engaged in an altercation during which Hollingsworth struck Warnock a couple of blows on the head with his naked fist Warnock drew his revolver but friends seized him and attempted to disarm him but during the scuffle the pistol was discharged the ball striking and fatally wounding John Hollingsworth the father of the young man who was engaged in the fight with Warnock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jury after three minutes deliberation returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of the Commonwealth against ex KlVKRToN Warnock of Murder Ky July 2 The South American advices brought by the steamer San Bias state that the south coast of Peru and the coast of Chile north of Valparaiso have been visited by a tidal wave which has done a great deal of damage King Oscar who is spending a holiday at Marstrand summoned M Thome a Norwegian ex minister and conservative and asked him to undertake the formation of a coalition cabinet M Thome consented to make the attempt An attempt was made to kill William E Watson at Pinos Altos N M with giant powder at 3 oclock Sunday morning The frame house in which Watson was sleeping was blown to pieces but Watson was not seriously injured An accidental fire at Greenville Tenn Saturday morning destroyed the New York racket store jewelry house of Rosenblatt A Co the hall of the Greenville band and a small gro- Â¬ cery store Loss 630000 one third covered by insurance At Lunenberg Courthouse Va the juries in the case of Pokey Karnes and Mary Barnes charged with the mur- Â¬ der of Mrs Pollard returned verdicts of murder in the first degree as to Pokey and of murder in the second de dree as to Mary Solomon Marabla Mary A Bernathy and Pokey Barnes were sentenced to hang on September 23 and Mary Barnes was sentenced to ten years imprisonment Â¬ Fort Worth lex July 22 Friday night detectives arrested Frank Ware and Mrs Black on the charge of mur- Railway Engineer Poisoned by Ills Wife and Her Paramour Â¬ husband a Fort Worth Denver engineer who died at his home on the south side on the first of July Saturday Mrs Black broke down anil confessed the crime to Chief of Police Mad dux Black carried a life insurance policy of STooo and Mrs Black and Ware be- Â¬ coming enamored of each other de- Â¬ cided to put the husband out of the way which thy did by putting poison in his food While on his run Black was accustomed to take his lunch with him and on his last run it is alleged Ware prepared the lunch and put poison in the food Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dering Martin J Black the womans TELEPHOTO A Great Convenience for Amateur Iong DlHtance Photographer Both amateurs and professionals know that taking photographs out of doors is unite a different matter from working in a studio where the subject can be suitably posed and lighted and the camera can be put just at the right distance from and at the most satisfactory angle with it Engineers tourists and other people when trying to get pictures of castles clmrcies hi vessels landscapes and other things are sometimes confronted with this difficulty In order to place their instrument in a sufficiently elevated position to obtain the precise view they want they must be too far away Architectural decorations inscriptions on monuments curious pieces of con- Â¬ struction odd markings in a mountainside a delicate waterfall and similar details are utterly lost on the sensitive plate under such circumstances They come out too small to be visible Hence a few years ago the English lens maker Dallmeyer and some other foreigners attempted such a modification of the ordinary camera as would adapt it to long distance work This object was generally secured by placing an additional lens which was concave behind the regular one and sometimes a sup- Â¬ plementary tule several inches long was employed in arranging the apparatus satisfactorily The general sys tem was called tele photography But while this idea has proven practicable the means for carrying it out have thus far been so expensive as to place it beyond the reach of the majority of amateurs In a recent number of the Photo- Â¬ graphic Times New York however it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IMPPOVISED AOj Next yoa need two sticks IX feet long to hold second rail up on the short stake against the under side of long stake till j ou can wire fast Pass the wire up over the second rail t j the left and bring around the cross and under the secc nil rail to the right of stUc so the wire will engage the long end Now twist of urail where they lap en of aire around main wire out your 3 foot stake and throw forward bring main wire to bottom of short stake and fasten around it 0 inches from bottom isce diagram No 2 This forms a long loop in which build voir rails placing the heaviest la the bottom Tlie fence is built on the outside of short stake is S feet foot while the high han a slope of brace stake has a slope of 3 feet I use five rails to a panel pat a wire around top of stakes and twist tight Always stand on uliagram No 31 lower rail while doing this as it settles the fence and makes it very solid also wire around stake and long loop half way up stake brace stake every three or four pinels and wire or nail The mi terials for 100 panels besides the rails are 100 nails and 40 poinds No 12 Hack wire One man can tear away old rail fence and put up fifty panels a day B A Strattou in Ohio Farmer HAULING BIG ROCKS Â¬ 1 San Francisco being a progressive Is the result of tbe usual treaiamat of town Ixiasts of a woman deputy sheriff Tlie She is Miss May Simpson and it is s id 8 blood disorders Potash system is fllleri tt r Mercury and b tne wsvsase aaa la a that she manages the duties of her a be dreaoea wnijd tar worse e unique position with great skill She m short before a Tbe most cocaon ian is a young woman and she says she has never seen anything of which she for which S S S is tbe most rfaie The dark ghosts burwas afraid cure A few bottles will sHor glars drunken people and the insane where all else hss f si tea iVBTva i ni aa aio awva vi ncrvvjrimi have no terrors for her Horses armis Dd Itttb mice and even the fiercer animals that aoore than twice toelr naiaral iixv - i mraffuTiriallnat O Vlns I have no longing to men themselves but afr or dollars without relief M lam ie bottle or I fondle are nothing to her l improvea raptai Tanu i Miss Simpsons work consists mainly am oow a wn mi completely cured in escorting women who hare been en bpnrtllT reco mpni tour wofidwrfal adjudged insane to their asylums She afflicted with tbie painful has a theory of her own as to how in- w r dalkt bi ooi o BMTated H and her sane people should be treated Our Treatise on Blood snd Skin tree to orsaaS ideas have stixxl successfully the time SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AtU test She believes in kindness com- bined with firmness and absolute fearlessness The salary connected with the some wfcat difficult position is in no sense large It is 4fke the pondmasters E saPWI wages no dogs no pay The woman RAILWAY deputy is paid by the piece two dollars In Ksntncky and fifty cents for every trip If no women are committed there is no pay SHORTEST ROUTE and the deputy goes home and awaits - Between the next session of court The BaOat she has ever made was forty dollars in one Louisville and Lexington month and sometimes there are as few r Bs t ie as six cases in a month that is fifteen dollars It isnt exactly arineely inI s 1 atl come for taking ones life in ones hands every day or so nv i There is nothing about the woman li deputy to attract attention except the Ar V- Ar novelty of her position She is young Ar Li considerably under twenty five s No a Bw M est bound dresses in dark stylish clothes is unob- Â¬ trusive in her manners and has a pret- Ev7L- r V ty face with dark curly hair gray eyes Iawrand a brilliant complexion that tells Ar Shell l llle Ar I unof long hours of dream ess sleep Tri troubled by the faintes- - suspicion of Chair Cari scenes of the Jane Eyre type The men about the sheriffs office S I Kab an I treat her courteously as they would v I another man whom they respected They dont try to do her work for her She wouldnt like that but they treat her as she treats them with a businessllHllKIUIlll t like courtesy that is refreshing iM ERGURIrU PO SONT lit i Â¬ RHEUMATISM II rtrL fcMS dsj Â¬ south iaw 111 Â¬ 11 tt 1 Â¬ T Â¬ I rv Ar Ar iv f I THE BALTIC SHIP CANAL How It Will Mnki- Hril make Various 1 1 Ar l The best gear possible for hauling big rocks is a rough wooden frame slung at the rear of an axle by chains so it will just clear the ground The forward end rests on the ground when being loaded When the rock is in place the forward a heels are backed up and th pole raised high in the air so as to hook on to the forward end of the Description of a I raamn Which Makes tbe IVork Reason inly Kiy Work of a Sicilian New On the thirty live Terre miles north of the city Friday night a wholesale butchery was committed by a Sicilian laborer His vengeance was wreaked on the family of Uosario GiordaB a countryman and the ferocity of his crimes pales anything of the kind which has happened in southern Louisiana in many years Three of his victims are dead and four wonnded two of whom are expected to die The motive for the bloody work is a mys- Â¬ tery but it is believed that the Mafia is at the bottom of the tragedy Â¬ iikas July 22 Haute plantation Aasin Â¬ Drowned While Rattling Ckkeik W Va July 22 Jas Mo Clurg 13 years old son of J N Mc Clurg section boss on the Ohio River road was drowned while bathing in the Ohio river here The body was taken to Concord for burial Saturday morning 13 to the school board has rejected a reso- Â¬ lution condemning feminine teachers in the city schools who wear bloomers Weather Forecast Washington July ei Kentucky Fair in Bloomers Not Condemned Toronto July 22 By a vote of Law rem iitiii Ky July 22 Phil Bunch a Negro boy aged 12 was drowned late Sunday afternoon in the Kentucky river three miles east of He and some companions had a here rope tied to the limb of a tree that stood on the bank with which thev swung out over the water Bunch let go and could not be rescued Adjudged Insane Colored Hoy Drowned 0 western showers in eastern portion variable winds Indiana Fair liirht northerly winds Ohio Showers in southeast fair in north Â¬ west slightly coler in southern and western portions west to north winds SrlentlOc Answer An intelligent boy in Dm national school of a large and popular town in Lancashire on being examined among others by the commissi nerwas asked Do you know any of the effects of heat and cold Yes sir heat expands and cold conA HorKiNsvniE Ky July 22 Nelson Christie who has been incarcerated for a month in the Hopkinsville jail at Madisonville on a charge of having assaulted a girl at Mortons Gap was tried before a jury when he was adjudged insane and placed in the West- Â¬ ern Lunatic as3 lum at this place Â¬ Â¬ A Terrible Message Â¬ Â¬ Fire For the past M hours a destructive conflagration has leen raging in Tunn No 3 40 miles from this city on the Short Line railroad between here and Cincinnati and despite the com- Â¬ bined efforts of two fire companies tracts from this city and Covingtc n with a Good my Ikiv you have answered large force of railroad men it continwell now an example ues to burn with unabated fury All Why sir the days in midsummer traffic between Louisville and Cincin- Â¬ are the longest anil in winter the Once a Week nati has been suspended except by way shortest of Lexington Though the loss can Sanitary Item nat be estimated with any degree of Dr Flower having occasion to treat certainty it is believed that it will the family of Sam Johnsing for malaria amount to at least 200000 remonstrated with Sam for having the An Accidental Killing pig pen so near his residence Sihofnt Ky July 22 While a Wats de reason 1 ought ter put de party of young folks were out picnick- pig pen furder away frum de house ing in the mountains of Ball Creek asked Sam near Hindman Knott county Ought Because it is unhealthy replied the Kichie a young man of 18 accidentally doctor shot and killed Willie the Reckon you is mistaken replied son of Wm Dobson sr The particu- Â¬ Sam dat H n has been dar for two lars are as follows Richie was walk- Â¬ yeahs and dar aint been no sickness ing before the child when the hammer yit among de hogs Texas Siftiugs of the gun in his hand accidentally In the Field Foes struck a small sappling and fired the Soon will the little busy bee ball striking him in the breast near Improve each chance to lance the heart He died in less than an His enemy tbe city boy Right through his outing pants hour The affair has created wide- Â¬ Trutb spread sympathy throughout the vi- Â¬ cinity A FAIR INFERENCE LorisvniF An I and N Tunnel on Ky July 22 Â¬ Peieiisiii ho July 22 Mme Stambuloff has received a horrible tel Â¬ egram cursing the dead statesman It is signed by Stambuloffs mother and blames the widow for the tragic death of the late ex premier The message has created a great sensation St Prominent tiraln Merchant Assigns Â¬ Â¬ special says to the Press from Van Wert S Gilliland who for thirty years was a prominent grain nllerchant here made an assignment Saturday Assets 40 000 liabilities somewhat less Cievkianii O July 22 A has devised a cheap and convenient substitute for the costly It does not magnify more than four or five times each way and does not produce pictures of such sharpness as the most exacting phoÂ¬ tographer would require nevertheless it affords a valuable improvement upon ordinary facilities enjoyed by users of cheap cameras and is therefore deserving of notice especially as the inventor has not patented his plan and anybody may use it who has a little mechanical skill and an opera glass One barrel of the latter instrument is used by Mr Lawrence in place of the ordinary objective It is not necessary for this purpose to take the glass apart One eyepiece is set into a socket against the opening in the camera and the other against the lens hoard By rotating the glass the brace connecting ihe barrels can be brought down behind an arm slotted to receive the thumbscrew Care- Â¬ bar ful adjustment is required in the original arrangement but afterward it is the work of only an instant to attach this improvised teleplioto or to remove it However it is intimated that the opera glass is intended as a substitute for and not a supplement to the usual objective As will readily le seen the enlarge- Â¬ ment of image thus secured uffords less illumination and hence requires an ex posure fifteen or twenty times as long Moreover much greater precautions must be taken to keep the camera steady while the lens is uncapped to prevent blurring Â¬ tcle-photo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is stated ell Mass that Alvin Lawrence of Low- Â¬ frame When the poleis brought down the end of tbe frame will of course be lifted Tlie tongue or pole of the rear wheels can then lie lashed to the forward a tie and the loud driven away The frame can rest wholly on the ground when being loaded by making the same iirrangement for raising the rear as fjr the forward end Farm make the formal 0eaia of the great Baltic ship canal a ceremonial affair of the first map nitude says the London Re view When ships of the larpest burden can pass by a protected short cut of sixty miles Il an III from tiie North sea to the Baltic the ugliest as well as the oldest problem of north European nav igation will have Ieen solved Inci dentally it will destroy what little remains of Denmarks commercial importance ipenhapen has endeavored to fore Â¬ stall disaster by making itself into a free port and spending- large sums of nniiiev upon dock and harbor improve ments but we fear all in vain It is incredible that any shipping will hereafter be sent into Danish waters to round the tiresome Jutland peninsula and brave the dangers of the treacher ous passage of the sound which can take advantage of the shorter and en- Â¬ tirely safe route across Ilolstein Where the commercial supremacy of the Baltic will resettle itstlf when once it ipiits Copenhagen is not clear Hamburg is very contident about its own succession to these rich honors An cient Lubeck is projecting an Elbe Trave canal by means of which she hopes to divert the increased traflieand wealth to herself The Courland port of Iil au has spent two hundred and fifty thousand pounds in enlarging its facilities Cor the compe- Â¬ tition and even St Petersburg which with its new deep water dock in the Neva becomes a seaport thisyear forthe first time has visionsof maritime bus don this novel rearrangement of trade currents While these rival claims are as yet in the air the advan tagwe to British shipping are tangible and immediate Not least imong these advantages may be counted the in creased incentives to peace which the financial importance of keeping this great canal open will give to the Ger man empire Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Knropean Torts iermany does well to Etl VI un I N 11 I eitbouiol I Instil Ar N Ar K Ar Irvine I No 1 No rv Iv r V 11 Ul Northonncctii ns at Fcxington for ail pi vil e g T SWIFT Ctt l A WHEDON Kv W 11 J M Tr - Wast W A T1RK D C a BE DOTOUWAIT TO mop Tei YOU CAN BE CURED WHILE 1 man until grave di produced mouth and iloaaarti memorv nervous affection the retina and wasting 01 resulting in impairment ot the extent oi blindie tigo tobacco asthma night dull pain in the region of the lowed later bv and weakened It also c heart disease taiitv The hahit of n QTIT BEFORE IT To quit suddenly is IS TOO LA to Willing to aawawaaaa Â¬ Journal The Real Object of Plowing The object of plowing is not m rely to turn over the soil to bury the surface trash and soften and pulverize it for seed It lias a deeper purjvise than this shallow one It is certainly to fit the land for the seed and to afford a good covering for it But it is not to bury the surface with the accumu lated matter of the previous crop where it cannot be of use until it is turned beck again The so called kind of plowing should be made a penal offense for it is detri- Â¬ mental to all concerned in the good culture of the land On the contrary it is the sloping furrow slice laid on edge at about 45 degrees with the surface and the manure with it lying in layers from the top to the bottom of the furrow that is really plowing Rural Word Â¬ Kiljordan Kajones you are a gen RO is a scientific and n I told you a story ye tleman rdiiy rcmedv guaranteed to be periei ul which has been in which I now remember having told you vcars having cured the a few weeks ago and you took it the last habitual tobacco users taaokei second time without wiacaaw Kajones I lieg to assure you that I and snuff dippc Vol C IS l sr All THF Ton diil not remember that you had ewr IIIIK TAKINli told me the story before IT WILL NOT1KV YOl WHEN Kiljordan Then I take back my first ve a written guarantee to remark Chicago Tribune nentlv cine any case with tnrce box i smoker becomes a stimulant Ih BACCl tern continually craves to Ihe si stem as tobacco His Future Jones llah I hate your pipes and cigars I never smoked in all my life Smith Youll liegin rhen vou die though wont you N Y World To Mr II en peek Oh thankless msn pray why complain Has not your gain been rrpit Think you have awaBw a captain when You merely sought a mate Troth Ucstlntin THE MARKETS CeaaDBl ti July Ml Spring patent is quotable at LOV 38S with sales at 75 spruit fancy is offered at spring family at 110 ami winter patent at I 70 18 fancy sold at llhO Winter family is held at llo extra at tiTuuio and low grade at refund the money with 10 per cent inter- Â¬ est Bacco Curo is not a substitute reliable and scientific cure which lately destroys the craving for tc without the aid of will power and w inconvenience It leaves the pure and free from nicotine as the da took your first chew c smoke l per box bv all druggists at three boxes 30 days treatment and guaranteed cure J 50 or sent direct upon receipt of price Send six 2 cent tl for sample booklet and proofs free Eureka Chemical iV Manutacturing Company manufactuiing chemists La Crease Wisconsin -- Â¬ Â¬ Flofb -- -- D R N I B R R The Kind of Men Which Falls Â¬ example of the production of light with the least amount of heat to be found Killed by a Horse The percentage of light is estimated at LorisvniK Ky July 22 Lillian 9 with only per cent of heat The Weisenstein aged 3 was crossing a sun gives 30 per cent of light and 70 per np 10 per cent street when a big Norman horse ccit of heat the arc walked deliberately over her planting of light and 90 per cent of heat while his heavy hoof on her head crushing a candle or gas jet gives I per cent of lighfand 98 per cent of heat the skull Gallantly Rescues Three People and Gains 1 Ratio Between Light anil Heat The Cuban firefly is the most perfect propose to Grace she would accept you Do you Has Brother Jack eagerly sin1 said anything ter May No but I know she was deeply in love with Harry Maxwell and his engagement has just been an- Â¬ nounced Brooklyn Life His Idea of Bliss Chance for a Dark Horse Sister May I think if you should A A Vol - Visa ii a Ky July 22 Private James T Corbin of Company E Sixth Infantry who has been one year in tne service was drowned here Deceased was 22 years old was born in Bikju Kit hie county W iVa and enlisted July 121 Si I Efforts to resuscitate him by Dr R J Gibson were a failure He was a good swimmer but cramps killed him Lieuts Saffarans and Byrne and two privates were with him and private Jerry Smith Company G recovered him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt Soldier Drowned Ministerial Tourist solemnly My friend have you in your sinful and ungodly life ever enjoyed unalloyed happiness Alkali Ike Look yere stranger Do you reckon Ive lived in Oklahoma all these years and never participated in a lynchin bee Life Frankly Put Now said one of the campaign managers to the candidate to start with you are a bimetallist Urease me Im a trimetallist What do 3ou mean I propose to run this campaign on gold silver and brass - licugo Mail Practical Farmer Jones What hev yer lamed at yer college son Boat Why dad I can throw the hammer further than anyone there a Farmer Jones Thets gixxl youll hev no trouble in gittin er job in er blacksmiths shop then Judge 1 Floater Fonnd at Petersburg Ky July 22 Edward Smith a fisherman found the body of an unknown mar floating in the Ohio river In his pocket was found a small diary for 1SHS on one of the pages of which was written what looks dike Frank Knortz butcher Hazelwood O and on another page the items of a smell account with a grocer and the name Tim Keezer The verdict of the coroner was accidental drowning Kentucky Hoys Good Lnrk IlTFiMiriio A La t Resort LtxiNCToN Ky Â¬ Norman one of the four graduates from he mechanical department of the state college has just received an ap Â¬ pointment from the government as July 22 A Cs Some people do their best work in the wint r Now I can do tlie clearest and most brilliant thinking wlx n the Elder Berry Dr Thirdly has prayed for rain until he is clear discouraged Mrs Ikrry What is he going to do about it Elder Berry Name an early date for the Sunday school picnic N V World weather die is How Pick-Me-F- brilliant you will be when you Dr p Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award acquired failing which tnere can be no progress no success Such soon eoa come to grief their numbers swelling Hoiis Harket strong on heavy 5c lower oa far too fast the long list of bankrupts light Butchers J530 V packers And what is true of merchandising is 530 good llgbt a305C0 common and equally true of farming both skilled 5OM0 training and experience are essential steady Fair to good light laieB25 common and large fS4 to success Rural World Sheep and IAMas sheep Market stron Extras i3503400 good to choic NEW WOMEN IN ENGLAND common to fair liO250 finbs Market a Medal Recent Judicial Opinions Which Will In- Â¬ steady Extra 3 15 540 good to rhoic Few more gallant feats have ever 6500 common to fair t250 400 terest Them New Yoik July 20 been performed by women than that of Two or three of her majestys judges Flour Ixw Miss Evans the daughter of Dr Evans have given Expression to sentiments of fair to fancy f3 grades winter H0M 4uoo 0 patent of Hythe on the Southampton water particular interest to womankind says Wheat Dull No 2 red store ind e says the London Standard Walking the New York Sun Thus Sir Forest afloat 713T2c t o b 7 721 tu graded red 6w7ic No northern 73Von the pier with a friend she heard the Fulton the Recorder Smyth of the LonCobs No S isv ele cry of three persons whose boat had don criminal courts instructed a jury OaTS Spot s0 a been capsized near the pier Running that bigatry on the part of a woman white 31c No price- - No t hicago down the steps she sprang into the w as a very different thing from biganiv No 3 white 30c mixed 2911 30c No 3 2c western 30c white water and soon brought the one near- on the par of a man and the jury state and western 32 lc Tolkim1 July 30 est a woman safely to the steps Then must require strong evidence that the Wbsat she swam off again to the others a man prisoner wes aware that her husband gust 8BHc No 2 red cash and Jul- tOffe Vi September m c Decemb and a girl Waiting her opportunity No 3 red was alive when she contracted her sec4c she managed to seize them both and ond marriage Cobs No trading CiovEK October S75 December M 3214 supported them until a rope was thrown The judge of another court when tak87H March th 97 to her and she was then able to get the ing his seat n the bench saw some one January Pit sbihih PvJuivtn man to the pier The girl was going in the public gallery wearing a stande attusi crime JOi aiO good4 50a4 i0 down for the third time when Miss ing collar ard with a cap good butchers f4lora430 rough I50 41x1 Boca Medium I hiladelphlas S3 15555 Evans dived brought her tothe surface on his head Take off that hat up medium ami Yorkers o s5tY and took her also to the pier thus sav- there erieithe judge severely There SHEfp Kxport t4lfKU35 extra ing three lives It is difficult to know was no movement 7 Take off that hat good t29Oa330 nniuii fair which is the more remarkable the sir came tl e order again in the stern0rinll00 best lambs 13 0 5H good courage displayed or the skill with est tones from the bench 10 rair iaoso lamb ai calves i5JOf00 heavy which hampered by her clothes she Thx ti eaaau the reply in a weak voice and thin ca succeeded in avoiding the drowning from the gallery BrrrAio KYJw grip that is so often fatal to those who Cattliv x Choice site r Please your honor its a lady attempt rescues and so brought the caw a utavy icu fzome The judge started for a moment and iuc Hoes Yorkers to70575 mixHi packers three persons one after another in then exclaimed mediums and heavy sa f y to the pier It is a feat of which A woman is it Then why does the lest male swimmer unhampered she dress lik that lUfc choice kill- by garments would have every right culls and common J450 350 There wan no explanation to feel most proud and executed as it business of the court went em and the mixed eep iaoui culls and comaMsv IJ00S25 was by a young lady was almost if Another jidge decided to the con Â¬ not quite without precedent in the an- sternation oi English housewives that v an- - ou epiemoer Wheat noessxl at aia nals of deeds requiring presence of a mistress hts no right to compel serv price Puts opened at 86 Jc sold at 5yc eveese mind skill and courage It is indeed ants to pay for broken crockery or to last nriea extraordinary that a swimmer how discharge thjm without notice for such Calls on September corn 440 ever strong should be able to support faults unless it is the agreement when sold at 4444Hc lait p Puts at once two drowning persons and to the servant U engaged onened at 43Vc sold s 43 Sc avoid being caught in the grip of one The De Jim Isdiak p lis ind July JO or other of them Never was the Royal CTT Mrs De Jnrr You forget sir that Humane societys medal better de-day ex served and there can be little donbt yotj are man ied to a woman of educa I that the act will receive the highest tion Deam Mistress of wany tong Mr Jarr Bu not of youro mark of distinction at the so X Y Weeklu aocal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-in-han- d Â¬ Â¬ Fnfortutiately there are many who think they can become merchants without previous training Tbey claim that anyrne can sell goods utterly oblivious that buying as well as selling is an art that experience is a school that training is a discipline that there is a business alphabet to be Â¬ WiiEAT Salcs of No 2 winter ril Tc do choice at 68c No 3 red at 5 car rejectc I at 6V on track Coks Sales No 2 white ii white ear at 43c anil ilo at BtHaea track white ear at 4V to arrive R 1 white at c No 2 mixed Oai do lisrht color at 28c on track RTi Xft I is iiuotable at 45c on track CATTLI Market steady Fair to cood ship Â¬ pers 1500 choice butchers medium butchers J32542j commor Time Table No 24 In fect May 12 1895 A3I Duunu Versailles Nicholasville Valley Vi- eMillion Richmond- - Ef- Â¬ 1ST CLASS r 2ND CLASS - Nn Ex Sun Ex Sun 10 2 No Ex Sun 8 55 IO 12 10 55 11 ti r 12 j r 7 m 6 40 10 32 m r s 30 ao Union Moberly Brassfieid Panola Irvine 02 12 14 12 17 12 0 31 12 3D pi 12 50 1 ao 45 2 3 00 o5 I AM WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sis E I A P 2 No Sun Ex Sun M A M Br Mo heM Kicnmoni Milliru nn- - 5r risk Versll A M vr 5 57 6 58 j j r u r m a M Train between Louisville and Versailles daily Trains between Cincinnati and N daily A hern Rail n Louisville R nd with the Off 12 hours in Lexington and any ticket agent or adilr w H ALAMS C M Fk Gent Pauengr Agt Versa Stipenatendent tlliu r TClCTiM Vhaassaafl TTf T r a mCAVtAIIWUtMARKsW t n awBaaW Jfl Â¬ gggWteSSb5 llliiAsskw bsmness Co CAS I DIITtlv COPYRIGHTS a piTivst K5 - b- v- Â¬ ilesis and ham to Co oo- lu - PynU uken t out east to 11 -- j rp fSllri roama siaaii BWB and hsvswuw by far the 4eaulT Invented has uiaiion or any seientine work In the n wwH th sertena tm th uh rawree Â¬ day price