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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft D VOLUME IX fII I RICHMOND PROM Me I WEDNESDAY S Ml 11 lA-riii-nni m w We Offer Yoa REnEDY Which NUMBER GOLD is 8 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U JULY 311895 EXPECTANT MOTHERS PROFESSIONAL COLUMN IOINTMt PAKAIAPIS S CtKAtl ZSTAL SUGGEST DR A W WIMIIKSTKK HTUOL ILK ES SMITH 8URG1 At the late State convention the hTAL SaMta t r it M limitcC huildine t 4 Mam M Siren Ofttc 3- to ilentistrv I I - 1 I IIAKKIS M - D 8 Kiiimixi KumtcKV KNOWLEDGE Brinj omfort and improvement and tends g personal enjoyment when rightly used The maDr who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with less expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to 1 the Ml of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system diapeUiag colds headaches and fevers and 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 an d Rowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance Syrup of Fis ia fr sale by all druggists in 50c and bottles but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only whine name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Fit- and being well informed you will not t auy substitute if offered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t 4 pm a specialty Office in tct Office hour 9 a m J A VATXS MORGAN A TATEB DENTRfTR - Kentvcky r -- Main Street over Malison National UELBY BURGIN DEM TIST Chenault rocery No 16 Second PHYSICIANS KENNEDY DRO Ill YSI I AX AND SVRGEOM A Con 704 Main Street up s 13- - DR loi IN M POSTER KE TRY US Fresh Meats try to niy- r W EVANS - M D Kknti of medicine Fresh Fish Vegetables WE KEEP THE BEST 11 uherage on Second north DR T I TAYLOR - friends of free coinage of silver did not even offer a resolution in favor of tree and unlimited coinage of silver but now Senator Blackburn and others as I am inlonied say that they are for free coinage of silver at the ratio of 17 to or 20 to 1 Senator Blackburn thus gets aay from our platform and also separates from the prominent free coinatre advo cates of the United States like Bland and Biyan and Stewart and from Cullterson of Texas who has been in Oaagraai twenty years and who says When you surrender the ratio of It to under which all of our silver dollars were coined in the Doited States beginning sixtv years ago ou surrender the whole silver i ue Senator Blackburns posl tiou in favor of an increased ratio of 20 to is infinitely worse than the old ratio of M to If enacted into law its effect would le to demonetise 4Mj0oXVN0 of silver dollars now being circulated either in coin or by certificates and thus ton tract the currency of our country about one fourth According to the report of the Director of the Mint it would re quire aiKiut ten years to recoin the silver dollars under the new ratio and woold coat the iovernment 89000000 I by the Secretary of tne Treasury lor HlintWjBf and the additional amount of silver to make up the difference in the ritin and it would also destroy all 1iok of an international agreement Time- - are iinproviiu business is reviving wages of laliorers are Mag increased prices of stock and agricultural product are advancing capital is again seeking investment in our country and there is an increasing activilv in all channels of trade The sunshine of prosperity is again cheering the hearts of our people If we will lie content to move on under present conditions we will have the dawn of a new day and a new era of proaperity The people want rot from agitation of the money ques tion there can be no prosperity or financial safety as long m there is serious agitation of monetary qoretioi There are solemn truths in the alxve otatenients that demand the attention of everv man in all the land Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ m Tlie Noted Govt Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TH PKKSI1IKXT not observe the rules of the road es- Â¬ pecially in passing ordinary vehicles from behind Horses that have become perfaetly accustomed to meeting hievles may yet be startled by the sudden aj parition of a rider who comes np nuise lesslv from behind ami whizzes past on the wrong side There is no excuse for this sort of thing and ritlers and drieers may lie justified in resenting it Any roatl is wide enough if it is bounded by courtesy good will and Harpers Weekly I 1NSIRE5 Safety of Life to Moth er and Child SILVER OR GREENBACKS fflU I ntrid Either will purchase more Dry Gootls at White A Oibaaoa than at any other house in Rihmonil 1st we intend to FRIEND Robs Confinement of its Pain Honor and Risk SOTHKRS FBIEJIT b- Ml wife used tin- liirth of her lirst ililkl she did not SifTer from CHAMPS tir PAINs waaquickly ed at the critical hour sutTenre but little she had no pains afterward and her recovery was rapid From now until Jtilv 6wNo- i slaughter all kinds of D Mar Mrliarvey Talkj Inor ihudtixirally About Baptism CANT KKV0KE CIVIL SKUVIt K 0RUEK Local Option Sr VTK tiuns Corsets Gloves and Hosiery for themselves at prices that will one third off ak forÂ¬ A mistaken idea Kid 1 W Mctarvey addressed the said President V following to Eld L Butler of the Procter of the Civil Service Commis sion to suppose that after the PresiAutographic Review dent issues an order plat ing any branch Ky May 13 Mfc of the public service under civil service Bro W L Butler 1 see that you ami the commission executes the order handle my name and those of several by prepnring examinations for applicants other brethren pretty freely in the Gos Â¬ who want to enter the service the Presipel Advocate of the 7th Will yoii dent can revoke his order The law aupiease give an explicit answer to the thorises the President to extend the following question Will all adults who operations of the civil service rules and die under the Christian dispensation un regulations but does not give him the baptized be sent to hell If you say yes right to suspend from the oeration of there is an issue between you and me the law any branch of the public service Fraternally yours after having once been placed under J W MttiARVEV civil service In t tie case of the order This was responded to by Mr Butler issued by Mr Cleveland just before the and again afcGarvey replied In reply expiration of his first term plat ing the to the question whether unhaptised per employes of the railway mail service under civil service President Harrison did sons could be saved MeUarvey said I both desire it and expect it When not revoke that order but at the request I think of men and women who love of Commissioner lvman who informed God devoutly anil show that they do by ti i that the examination would not be lives of piety anil self sacrifice as many ready by the time named in President unimmersed lersons have done I would Clevelands order President Harrison not say for my right arm that they will extended the time when the order should be lost On the contrary I eXect them take effect one mouth And it was durto be saved ami I base my expectations ing that extension that Postmaster tien on the mercy of God who I am sure eral Wanamaker made the removals of will forgive and save all who thus love and apKintinents of postal clerks No and serve Him notwithstanding the ini the places that have recently been placed under civil service perfectness of their oledience concluded Prof A reiiorter of the lress Transcript Procter will remain under civil service called on Elder McGarvey and asked him as it is now the law ami cannot be rehis views The following was his an- voked except by the act of Congress of Kknti KV - 1kiiti Â¬ Manama Ootnrrr In accordance with the provisions of the following orders this day ceitiiied lo me by the Clerk of the Madison County Court I will opeli polls antl elections will be heltl in the Poosev Biggerstaff and Newby precincts of Madicoii courty Kv on Saturday August IM6 le tween the hours of 7 oclock a in and 4 oclock p m on thequestion whether or not spiiitiious vinous and malt liquors shall be sold by retail in said preempts Said orders are as follows Bvatb or Kknti iky Madison Cocnty 1 Set Sent by Mall or Express on receint of price 100 per tattle Book To Moth- ers mailed t ree BIUIIFIKIII BEUILaTOK III Atlanta lis BOLD c t johnrton Kurauia Ala Look at the following BT ALL DRUGGISTS mer prices for cash lOe Half wool Challis sold for 25e now In White Gooda rtment all wool Dress Gooth at net cost 1000000 People Wear and Silk Waist Patterns we have an end will pay you t WlJOouglas Shoes HAND SEWED PROCESS BEST IN THE WORLD It TOO price them the reduction will astonish 500 300 Hosiery Cotaeto aad tilores which for quality asd pr you June Term 3 IM j June um petition roe sl oiTioN roorart Â¬ Â¬ rilKCIMT 111 Â¬ This day came O H Hill with M Other legal voters of Pooeey precinct nd filed a petition which had been lodged with the Judge of this Court on the 1st day of May lsi5 petitioning him to order an election in said precinct to de- Â¬ termine whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bv retail in said precinct and it appearing to he Court that the said 90 petitioner ire more than 25 per cent of the legal voters iu said precinct PETITION FOR IOC M OITION IKKl INtT BIOIKI 400 350 250 225 For Men Wsp 250 200 cant touch el ewhere iauze and Moslin Underwear at M your own price Give this day cash sale jroor aiteati Wear W I DoailnK itinea and save from All Klrle and 81 0 to 830O n pair the m Irath r has inert Widths TLsriri f priceI- of ther mat W remain I lie ainr lMnilM hoet name autlpr e that TaKC 110 substitute Mass Sokl oy ousulu W i A 1T5 For Bots it will save you money We mean BLMN JailYoDtls Respeetfully nj - lIalaeaixsro White GREAT Men- - Gibson Gaaae Undershirts JACS FEESMAN I Siduaoni Zy MONEY 10 Â¬ Â¬ r Kkmivky Vergers Jewelry 3- - rd S trcet DR H It GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kin inc 18 Ami cll at reasonable price- - Yoa in always obtaia value received There is there a vast nearly for your money with us Your plain with not a wind break from level the orders delivered place wit In n North Pole to the iulf with but little IRRIGATION BY WIND IiiVVKB IN THK WEST the corporation and so Sec27- - - - HOOKER SURG EON rBTEMIXAM M M Hamilton y I DR A Sterility a Specialty H STEWART AXU SURGEON Kt 11 Kekidei k PHYSICIAN ATTORNEYS STEPHEN D PARRISH ATTORNEY - AT LAW Kentucky Etc Free of titties Moderate terms 46- write me sed fa- J A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Kkntvck Richmond Street up - H B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW wood 01 coal with considerable but not sufficient rainfall with fertile soil and a ly for elevating water for irrigation Clearly there is need there far a cheap simple effective invention for Co elevating water The state of Kansas has appropriated 30000 for ezperiuMBta in irrigation T WELLS Manager Everywhere in Western Kansas mav be seen windmills of primitive form horiiin St Riefamond K v zontal vertical or geared 47 41 Holland has llOUl windmills which average eight LODGE DZESCT0E7 horse power used to drain the polders The State of the plains will soon ap MASONIC parcntlv have more than that numlter Richmond Iixlge No 2 meet second used to irrigate the prairies Steam mi fourth Tueatlayc in each month S I Dcatherage Muter J Speed Smith pumps gas engines bydraulit rams and Secretarv pumps driven by animal power ami all Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No ifi of the known devices for elevating water I in each month meets third Tocadaj are now finding experimental tests in Speed Smith Sec P Armer H I Richmond Commanderv No 19 Reg- Kansas It is probable that valuable ular meeting the first Tuesdav in each data in regard to comparative cost and Visiting Sir Knights are cordial month efficiency of these different motors will I D v invited 10 attend Armer be obtained from these ex eri mental E J Sw eii Smith Recorder Madion I odge No 183 at Kirk ville meets Saturday evening before the full The work of elevating water for irrigaA J Rom W moon in every month tion is very old arid Singularly B F Cotton Secretary M Kingston Lodge No pr at Kingston countries in ancient and in modern meets Saturday evening before the full times have sustained dense populations T C Witt Sec- It might naturally he supposed moon in everv month that I M Boen W M retary Waco Lodge No 33S meets fourth methods for elevating water having been Saturday in evert month W F Fielder used so long would now be little suscepti I WM II Tnrpin Secretary ble of improvement It is however John V Hamilton Lo ge No 57S at quite ossible that an improvement is City meets second Saturday in Union every month John D Hamilton W M possible John L Griggs Secretary TaroHl H vmf Lvtn No j r t at Roones THE ART OF LOVE MAKING oorough meets third Saturdat in every swer The remarks quoted from me in the Argonaut and Press Transcript are not new neither do they indicate any change of belief on my part While I hold in common with my brethren that baptism ia OM of the appointed requirements in order to remission of sin 1 entertain the opinion that many who have not been able to see that this is true and who consequently have not been baptized will be forgiven and saved This is the common leief of the Disciples and it baa been froaa the beginning but there are a few who controvert it though none I believe who will affirm that all 011 baptiaed persons will be lost ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM The use of electricity is gradually broadening and as frequently predicted in these columns its application to farm work has been successfully accomplished F Prat who owns a farm in Tarn France has installed a plant on his farm utilizing a waterfall capable of driving a ii horse power turbine wheel driving a dynamo generating 40 amperes under a volts tension of This plant will furnish motive power for plowing threshing mowing straw cutting churning and lighting the buildings A I Â¬ Â¬ This day came O A Roy with 6 other legal voters of Biggerstatf predict and filed a petition which had been AMERICAN COBS IN ENGLAND lodged with the Judge of this Court on The Granite State Provident Associathe 31st day of May 18B6 petition ng tion of Manchester N II guaranteed The United Stales Consul at Bradford him to firder an electioi in said preci t capital 100000 assets 1250000 For Eug says Corn on the ear is some to determine whether or not spiritous thing unknown here The people have vinous or malt liquors shall be sold by terms apply to no idea what it even looks like I have J REID CORNELISON retail in said precinct antl it appearing kept displayed during the last year ou to the Court that the saitl 127 petitioners Office with S D Parrish the bulletin board of the Consulate three are more than 25 percent of the lejal Richmond Ivy 60 or four fine large ears of United States voters in said precinct Corn grown in Ohio which have been IETITIoN FOR LOCAL OITION NKW 11V IME WjWMWwl a source of wonder and curiosity to EnIMT glish callers To several persons I furnished a few grains which they planted This day came A J Million with s in their kitchen gardens hut the sum other legal voters of Xewby precinct antl mer being so abort and cool the plants tiled a petition which had been lodged grew only to some fifteen or eignteen withe the Judge of this Court on th etitioning him to inches in height ami did not mature day of May 1886 Other Bead planted in hot bouses ajntaj oper an election in said precinct to deto maturity ami the stalks were much termine whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold by retail in admired The abetted corn is sold here in large said precinct and it appearing to the quantities by grain and feed dealers for Court that the said ss petitioners are feeding live stock and Miultry This Bote than 25 per ceut of the legal votera means so much more than corn comes froaa India and the United in said precinct It is ordered that the Sheriff of Madi- Â¬ ryou imagine serious and States That from the Inited States is diseases result froml a large grain and is crushed and led to son county open wills at said voting cattle and horses piahapa mixed with places at 7 oclock a m an keep saitl jk IIs tritiing ailments neglected other foods The current price is from open continuously until 4 oclock p ni play with 83 cents to 70 cents per bushel That ou August 3 1806 am make due reti m r gift health from India which is a small grain about of said elections to the County Clerk as If youarefeelin half the size of the American is led lo in other elections s Ordered that the following persons be and generally ex poultry and commands at the 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II li Mens Bnlbriggaa Uaderskii - long ami short slee Mens Balbriggan Draw laanaer1 Vests r ani 0e Ic BARGAINS Mens Laundried Shirts ap A Call lare Fans atoch to select from Fans W ami see them before you liii v want to rapply very man waaaaa ami ekild in Richmoiiil with fans shut fans A To l In Poor Health Dont greatest 1AT ELDERS Opea ami s ami lo 25 finer line at Ju ami Dont fail to Parasols We have an what we have in above line Parasols immense line of Fmhrellas ami fiatal Paraxils at 59c up Natures Iai Bobea 26e up GARGAIN Window Sbadee 10e enaapiat Curtain Poles 15c up We sell more Eavelopeu and I Â¬ Â¬ Frenchman may lead in the application of electricity to farm work for a short while but the American farmer when he begins to use this wonderful power on his farm will soon be able to teach the Frenchman lessons in its adaptability for all kinds of work In- Â¬ dustrial American Â¬ present time from H cents to 7i cents per bushel There is no reason at all why the mar ket for American corn should not he greatly extended here as a food for both man and beast It could le done by advertising the benefits to lie derived from it anil getting it before the people in the proper form Atlanta Exposition tu Be Gray Jables 25 Â¬ STRAWS There are only 52 millions of silver dollars in circulation an there are 1171 million coined and in the Treasury The issue of gold certificates has been of exports The resumed year ending June 30 merchandise were fmjmM ot fH3t9t more than imjorts Immigration L7tiik per- Â¬ sons or 3547ri less than in 18s5 4 There are 418676 miles railway in the world of which North America has 901625 Booth and Central America 2 to 7 Europe Asia 148230 miles 24102 Africa 7005 Australia iiHi7 Worlds railway capitalisation is about The Government gives average capitalization of United States railways as 021151 er mile against 07 00 in Germany 04751 in Austria-Hungar- y 224082 in Inited Kingdom 130 440 in France tBJBi in Russia and 47744 average for the worlds total Owned from Â¬ Rk hmom direct up - Kknti 1 KV month hair Secretary Saturday F Wm in Bennett W If S Old Berea L Lodge No 617 meets the first 31 30 each month at 7 oclock p m Robinson Secretary E T Fish I W B SMITH ATTORNEY AT - M aster O O F Richmond in Collin - til Kkntlckv 31 Building at head of stairs 30 a I MGHKNAULT AT LAW - ATTORNEYS Madison Lodee No 14 meets every Mondav at their hall on Main street E G Parrish V S H Thorpe N G G- F razee Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets everv first and thiid Thursday ia Odd Fellows Hall on Main street Richmond L Z Frazee Scribe Taylor C P L LJ Richmond Office Kknticky ft wafer T KNIGHTS OF HONOR K of H meets rHrre No every Frida evening in the Odd Fellows H Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF PVTH I AS on Second street oer at Chcnaults gro- 31 30 W R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW Kbmtockt RkfsIonD e I al the Bank san m White Lo Ige No 43 K P meets every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows C W Tudor C C hall at oclock C C Hooker K of R and S e crteae over Rich- 42- - SEEK THE Reel Estate FOR SALE The house and lot in Irvine Kv A lovely known as the KiddeH liouse situation and going at a bargain Ten thousand acre mineral and aion Camp and its timber Ian tributaries Contains over three feet fine k k coal and cannel coal 4 immense quantities of hard wood and poplar timber Four hundred acres coal and tim her Ian is on the waters of Sturgeon Creek fee county Kv at a bargain e and thirteen aces of land B Creek Kv Th - R PL I depot will I located on this when the road s xtended c hundred acre- - at Kings Sta I A BR R PotterV and clav for encaustic tiling abtind A bargain offered n this Ian J n and post office established on the corner of Oak and Lot with basement and teliar Young fruit and good o x 200 tee out buiid House and lot on Broadway Rich fii r Good cklei - COOL RESORTS OF MICHIGAN ELEGANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING CARS run daily between bright young woman whose views on the sul jeet are worth considering gave an Atlanta Constitution reporter some choice thoughts the other day con cerning the art of love making The way to win a girl said she is not the wav to win a man Men and women are not alike Make a woman jealous and it destroys her love If you want to win a girl Hatter her iet tne other people see that you are devoted to her and let her see you are letting them see it There must be no A woman wants to reign other woman it li a man it alone in a man s heart is different If there is a drawn different fellows after a girl it makes him all the more anxious to get ber When all quit the field he leaves tea A man musnt let a girl treat him badly If she treats him badly the thing for him to do is to r sent it by leaving Shell call him back depend upon it A nana musnt try to make a young lady show her liking for bun when there is no necessity for it Hell fail every time Finallv a man inu t never be servile to a woman He must retain his independence and self re6iect He must never get on his knees when making love to her A Â¬ Si7tsies7 Art Amataer With the Jtilv number of The Art Amatuer comes a charming landscaix1 The End of the Day bv Roltert J Wiekenden anil an equally pretty study of Golden Rod by Paul de Ixnijipre There are the usual eight large pages of Working Designs for Wood Carving Painting China Embroidery ete Among the numerous articles are Hints about Sketching Drawing Reproduction for Among tiie Wild Flowers Palettes for Fruit Painting The Decorative Vines of Water Colors for Mineral Summer Painting Hints on Furniture ami Talks on Embroidery Woodwork anil Flowers antl Plants in the Home Ail these articles are splendidly illustrated The artist for the month is Roiert J Wiekenden anil there are three examples of his work shown In My Note Book the editor devotes Â¬ Cincinnati and Bay View VIA Mich Big Four Route and C W M Railway Old SL 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 at Traverse City WITHOUT mAWGE OF THE DIRECT ROUTE TO CARS iiase 8 For full information as to time of trains etc write any representative Big Four Route D B Martia E 0 McCormick Pass TrafBc a 1 P- - Tkt Aft House and lot 01 Good trait good iocat of bucgies carriage ries barouches and waon- - jut received are dandies Come and sec them Made of the et materia and uarn Prices lower than ever before teed A new line in- - iitteiiLioi tti mr jneisein morti Old EngSibii Masters Fri lor r 01 t rt- - and oath Richmond Carriage Works cents Montaocs Marks Publisl York SF KU- - tor Kidney and Liver Atlanta Oa July Neuralgia Troubles Cleveland will start the machinery at the Constipation Bad Blood opening of the Cotton States Exposition Nervous ailments r Malaria A wire will be run into Gray Gables and Womens complaints another into the Exposition grounds Get onlv the genuine it has crossed red The signal will be given from Atlanta ihers aic sub- f lint of luo lr stamns we iiiuti tin and the baby will touch the button Ten Beautiful W orlda will send set of TO HICH1GAS RESORTS WITHOUT Fair Vkw5 an book tree Mr Cleveland was originally invited rr oi imvyrvt mu a CHANGE nnsti SLf-liv OMTI lOC UO DttWTn to come to the ojiening and start the tnnMaaaaayalnjnai aayAaaNana 111 I W vl 111 01 n s i 111 uinL iniitri t as ne oiu at nit fcSQ p in daily train out ot CinThe but hiH engagements will not permit cinnati over Pennsx Ixania Lines t ari ies He will come a month later Buffet Sleeping Car which runs through via Lichmond over i It ALB R to TDK BICYCLE AND THE HIGH- Â¬ RANGE principal resorts without change Pailor WAY ear at MB a m troao Cincinnati woek SEE THEM days also without change Ask Bronson The vexed question of the rights of northeast corner Fourth ami Vine EXAMINE THEM bicycln ritlers on public highways bids Cincinnati alout it PURCHASE THEM fair to become one of the stock problems W eak and Nervous To the local city father of civilization antl the rural legislator it has opened up Describes the condition ot tbousandt of They have no apa boundless field of intellectual activity people at this season mileage a field in which we may expect to see petite cannot sleep and complain of tl e the bucolic mint indulging itself in the prostrating elfcct ot warmer weather JOE AND WAT most surprising ami eceenrie gyrations This condition may le remedied by Hood s Already SarsapanHa which creates an appetite without let or hindrance Whkn Senator Blackburn pointed his there is a very lair crop of bills on the and tones un all the organs It gives g3od linger at Wat Hardin and said that the subject but the season in the Western health by making the blood pure latter was a free silver M to 1 ratio fycgislatures has evidently been a back- Â¬ Democrat and he could not be anything ward one and it is feared that the genHoods pills are the best after dinner else without becoming a traitor of the eral average may indicate a shortage pills assist dige tion cure headache itlaaiaB T blackest tyje he simply measured his Ia thi3 emergency it ia gratifying to re Mantle own loyalty It was a thrust of desper fleet that foreign ideas are still ou the Mrtliriiir That Makes a Man ation of anger of tnadnees that the free list and some recent suggestions on Franklin CoTenn May lb kv courtly Hardin very properly passed the subject from the Paris Figaro may I am lorn rive yeirs old and favt with dignified silence From present in- possibly serve as seed corn for future ex- spent eight ears in bd health I am a dications Senator Blackburns useless periments Among other needed re poor man and have to hustle for a living political life i6 drawing to a close but it forms Figaro proposes that Bv the use of Black Draeght I am 10 the is to be regretted that the closing and all pedestrains shall be duly numable to hustle in my market garden and in crowning act should be an attempt to bered registered and and that am as stout as a mule It is the greatest embarrass his party in his native State they it to medicine on earth and does more than be compelled shall anil thereby bring upon himself the ring a bdl or blow a horn when crofes is recommended to do L A IliDcs curses ot all those who have the loyalty ing a street or meeting a bicycle on a that Blackburn has always arrogated to public road At night all uncounted himself but that he never possessed citizens shall wear a lantern tiepending If the Senator wishes to die fighting from the neck by means of a stout cord marching under Dealers in- Dealers in Hardware and Tinware a banner anl lie furnished with the regulation red while 36 35 that flaunts his convictions and preju- side lights No citizen shall proceed at a IE dices he should fall in with the Populis faster rate than one mile in two hours tic regiment and keep step to their music while within the city limits and Stoves Tinware Mt Vernon Eagle this provision will partially applvto messeand people who are in the nger-boys PLANINC MILLAT LANCASTER habit of attending local conflagrations A large stock kept constantly on ha id Any pedestrian who gets knocked 5KcaV E AI S I KAUt MARKsaF Another iudustry that will add greatly down by 1 bicycle shall be mulcted in a W COPYRIGHTS to the business interests and conven- Â¬ heavy amount for the first otfence and FARMERS a CAN I OBTAIN A PATE5T prompt answer and an Honest OfnionWT it to Call on us for Agricultural Imience of Lancaster is the new plaining for the second he shall be transported MISS fc COwhoha hurt nawirflhy eipewnceic tno jiueri ousriss tommn plements of all kinds mill now being erected by Messrs Ward for life to a mountainous district Mora strictly eonamiwflnl It is A lIuWk ot to forautt n oowKminw Patents and bow to 00 Bros Rocker The buildings are hoped that a strict compliance with these BUILDERS tain them sent free Also a oatalogoe of mecfian leal and acton tino books ent free We keep in stock everything in licing put up near the engine house on regulations may do away with the an ran fa raeetre e SSclentiac American and the hardware line that you ned their large lot and ail lie supplied with nounce and danger now attending the thns are brtoht wiutr before the public wit out onax to the Inventor Tiiis niradid the latest antl best machinery for turn use of the bievcie weatrrr slaawntlTlriawitilinrt hanhTfri Thn mux cjrcuUtluo of anr eelnurftc work In Um out all kinds of lumber doors sash There is erhape ope view of the queworn 3 a rear s We make specialties of The machinery will be driven bv Hon that is entitled to serk us eonsidera- ie tremendous engine used in running tiou haa an undoubted The TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERIN ura wUStJmctaV AOavttfl j the fl ar mills Success to these enter right to the pl tt COn Ntw Yoka- dUL BatOAJJWAT Iprifrir aen Lancaster Reeor ia no r Baby Maiion and they are hereby apointed to hold said elections viz Biggerstaff Precinct J H Jones antl T J Jones Judges J A Young Clerk W J Harvey Sheriff Poosev Precinct Samuel Carpenter and ieorge Wagner Judges Thomas Jones Clerk and W N Burrus Sheriff Newbv Precinct Burrel Million and Robert Tudor Judges Elzie Million Clerk and B F Hohnan Sheriff John F White Clerk By Thos Thorpe I C A copy attest Witness my hand as Sheriff of Madison countv Kv this June 14 1885 J P Simmons S M C Browns Â¬ I Iron Bitters Dyspepsia hausted nervous hae no appetite and cant work M Begin at oniciaa- ing the most relia ble strengthening medicine which is Browns Iron Bit Â¬ ters A few bot- Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the very first dose it won t stain your J teeth and pleasant lo take M ler for 5c than ymi bay where for 25e 1 STORE Mattino i c per yard Table Oil Cloth 15c act inches wide 30 6 anl its It Cures Gurney Patent Refrigerators RevsoBs Why the durney OatselU Ail IuMuelitari Th Gtirrev having a removable galvanized ice compartment makes it the only cleanable refrigerator and bei is free from damage by the ice pick over nines a common fau t of refrigerators The G ney is so constructed that the ice dues not come in contact with the side walls thus preventing ail condensation or sweating on the inside lining an important feature of cleanliness and durability Second When the drvness is tested preference is given to the Gurney Third Experimental tests have proven I I 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 letrtgerator Fourth Standard authorities show bv actual tests that mineral wool with which the Gurnev is packed is the onlv perfect insulator or nonconductor for rilling walls Fit b A te t w show that ilic Guiney has the freest circulation Sixth Th Gurney bv reason of its free circulation will show in oiH third the time Irom two to four degrees lower tHmnerrture than anv other refrigerator on the ma ket Yours in improvements SH ACK E LF O R D C ENTR Y tf jft A Firt K A -l Vrrcrfl--M- I - i ECONOMIST till tfSH kUl Â¬ BEAUMONT COLLEGE -- Formerly llAltfUTERS fllLIEIiE Har- rtiiWbars Kv claims to stand a to the Â¬ HBdl -i Â¬ fruiil rmik of America fatal etSm An institution for the highest culture of girl and voting ladies onlv locateJ at one ot the love Anetica Each teach Five degrees pecrtlist everv step for soliditv er Perhaps the most extended curriculum to be found in any Southern female college Has drawn its students irom z6 Sutcs Th Smith A M Frest Aiumnus University of Virginia 4 11 substantial of higher educatio i in the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 64 Sold Richmond TAYLOR BROS -- CUM mi in 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN H Â¬ HRRDWHR nwi Ha Onrn iu4 Olllimt rTmaa It IT aaflM tub 1 acmrati LUAtt t Nw Orlcaju --utiaa or Jaatuoavuia Floritjav W CliAUafa Afctaai 0W tkmnk SOLID VE3T13ULE0 TRAINS etv uati ti LNaCawaf KaMATtlU Wiaii m4 off 2HMtJL w c xncauasox 1 0K a a ruir a tan I CmnaaavH O QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE vJ Â¬ 1 b- - COAL TAR TEH MONEY TO LOAN 2itt3L2ZStS - I excellent for painting roofs barns and For sale by other ojtside buildings i LIGHT COMPANY THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing i orders that are sent to them John Gil- Â¬ the assistance of Hon James B Mc Derby and other of the classic events on Tribble Glasgow Mo Alex Farrish Creary secured for us a daily mail route Mare or gelding 1 and under 2 W L mer Speed in August Lippiucotts will be given a the English tnrf And he It something that has been much needed The Harrodsburg Democrat says chance to emulate the deeds of bis mighty Hockaday W C Traynor Mare or gelding 2 and under 3 Gay is contemplated by the wheelmen of this here for some time and the jieople are of the right Kditok FRENCH TIPTON sire should he prove to be fact Bros Woodford county Garrett Bros county to have another bicycle meet greatly pleased over the calibre oetween now and next June 1 MiSAiEE P ARMRf Died at her home near here on July Mare 3 and under 4 Ball Bros Wood somtime in September or October and from Belle Made was The consignment certainly a splendid collection and one lord Cohen Fox the projectors will strive to make it one 19 1808 Miss Sallie Reeves daughter of PUBLISHED IVUT WEDKBSDAT BT Mare 4 and over Gay Bros N H of the biggest affairs of the kind ever held William Reeves after a lingering illness any country have which few breeders in Co Should the present plans of consumption Rev J T Wills con in Kentucky ever equalled The prices they fetehed Rowland Lexington Mare aud colt R G Tribble G E mature it will be a three dayR meeting ducted the funeral services She was a head bringwere also splendid forty one Black each forenoon to be devoted to stock ex- consistent member of the Baptist church ing an average of 1050 Taking every PKICK PKR YKAR Fancy turnout single accompanied hibition for cash premiums and the was a kind girl had many friends sale was one thing into consideration the Fox Travis Deather- afternoons given to bicycle races EnOur loss is altogether her gain of the liest Gen Jackson ever had ami by lady Cohen ADVERTISING RATES mommmtimirimmaKxiimtm I Mao CTfiriM as being very much age get country peo-Â¬ deavors will be made to he expressed himself Stallion mare or gelding any age Rue ple interested and they can bring their pleased PAXOIA fytTlJXJKsUA Matt Byrnes secured one of the bar- ic Sandidge Ball Bros baskets and have their spreads as in ye UW Oats are being rapidly housed and wieBKMiMMacamiucasaa SPACE -- Gay Bros the Iroquois gains of the year when Saddle stallion any age QUI It It will take 800 but it is V olden timet W F yI1 r Fox 3rd thought that no trouble will be exper stacked Kmanuel colt was knocked down to him Rue iv Sandidge Cohen J P ligsden bad aliout eight stacks of for BIML He is certainly pleased with monev ienced in raising that sum as several have wheat nearly ruined by the rain last Fox Rue signified a desire to take stock his purchase The colt is not quite as Gelding any age Cohen A small THE OLD RELIABLE lock ot 7 of- 12 on hoof i 5M 375 4700110c J 1750 large as the Carlotta colt but he is of Sandidge 5o 75 admission fee will lie charged at the gate week Inches 10 00 15 00 23 25 5 00 3 50 3 50 saod size and promises to frame out into Dont forget that next Sunday is to In Mr John L Cassell and several well 6 00 12 or 19 00 28 75 RACES OX THE TRACK 3 00 4 00 4 Inches 5 00 5 Inche 3 50 7 50 15 001 13 00 34 50 a horse of the Tammany tvpe He has That new church is known farmers will manage the stock 8 big dav at Panola 7 oc 40 00 4 22 IM K BEST 3 IX 5 a lot of the character of a high class to be free for all when not in use by the 00 9 00 13 00 27 oo 40 00 60 00 display 1 1 1 Carlev-4- -2 80 00 6 00 12 17 75 race horse that one can see but canuot 00 O joo 00 00 15 00 An elevated bike way is to lie built be- Baptists 42 John 2 Has stood the Test ot Time easily describe on paper Elder W EL Scrivener son of Mrs 1 tween Chicago and Milwaukee 3434 ccnT a line for firt in Readme Gen Hewett The tireat Tom Majestic colt who WORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER each additional ma who is now staying dis Elnora Wilkes t and similar mat BRANDS COMBINED The twenty fise mile road race of the Martha Scrivener went to the bid of C Smith far 1550 expect mti m atari Placquemine 6 dis Detroit wheelmen over the Belle Isle with her helpless mother here is bargain being a clean cut was also a 30 2 Time 22ii 225J 2271 2321 230 course was run Saturday The winners ed to visit Kentucky in a week or two clean limbed sort without lumber yet ANNOUNCEMENT Elder D G Combs is Evangelist for the were 300 class rasas ftM a game with plenty of substance and A Puetir beyser First time prize Callahan of Buffalo Madison Estill and Jackson thoroughbred task to him If looks Julian May 1 1 1 AN ACHING VOID for 1 is now in a meeting at Speedwell Time hour 7 minutes and U 4 5 1 wenlv- WHAT WB SAY will be as good as 2 Frenchie-3- -2 count for anything he Itvaehing for the present at night only seconds 2-3 5 his half brother Eurus was and oh lor Tt eres a grocer up street hc f svng of sixence Sing a lion 8 oclock The meeting will continue Second time prize Pike of Chicago the llemcKral 3 Mocking Bird aliout a dozen of Eurus calibre just at Who has grown mighty sweet Bradleys awful sly over aext week Time hr 7m and 40 l 5s Gov Russell 4 4 4 the present time We could then have colored folks On a girl who a harp does pay Hariier and the First position prize won by Wanderer STATE llKNtM KATil TICKET Messrs Marcumand Morris of Jackson Lucy TRte I is some horse racing Promised lots of pie And far this one time of Detroit nine minutes in hr liim have just finished lioring a well for Chat The Kancho Del Paso sale was also a Ira Dis closes He has fallen into rhyme But when the campaign T and I Cox Plenty of water at twenty six feet tremendous success ninety live head IV WAT HARMS of Mercer Time 22i 220 2 20 To present what he had to say Those folks will be annoyed Second position prize wis won by They bored seventy two feet at Brassfield bringing an average of 7W Iudoubted Gelding 3 and under 4 Gay Bros Bradley gave To find the pie Bill KI I titon YLKK Hes a pretty red roan all around Cohen ic Fox Henrv Taylor of Detroit seven min- far David Yautis but found no water ly they were a well grown Is but an aching void rcasurcr With a gait ol his own utes in 1 hr 14m and s good looking lot but when we come to Thev are now boring for J C Combs I elding 4 and over N EL Rowland K C FlKII of Clay Tattler in Louisville Times And a love thats fervid as tire c insider that the Messrs Keene August Lexington Cohen A Fox I livtllllll of MiHIUIlieut From the bottom of his gizzard Daly and other buyI BRMIKSTOWX Belmont Gfcfaoa year old Robert Stallion BUN YAH ON SILVER under Oa Sunday Aug 4th the colored Bapc Fr mi a unto izzard ers who for years past have collectively French Walter Hockaday Mr Jacob Huguely is slowly improvtists will unveil a monument atGoodloes or the girl that plays on the lyre spent close to a quarter of a million dol- Â¬ Hunyans Pilgrv Stallion and under 2 Oaf Bros ing from his serious affection Chapel thin county to the memory of Eft w we cant rite verse in yearlings were not bidders this Stallion 2 and under 3 J M Garrett W J HENUkICK of Flcn Now at the fait her side of that plain lars Mr Ed Baxter has liegun a spacious Rev 11 Dunson It was erected by Io Â¬ Hot even for a hearse ite Fox hill called Lucre and in that year the prices brought are really mar- Cohen was little I zier and the inscription contains 3232 barn nigh unto his dwelliiiL irjtv Hr NKY Much less with a git up and git Kelston in New York Her Fox Stallion 3 and under 4 Cohen hill a siivei mine which some of them vellous Miss Emma Powell of Clark is visitletters or aliout half a column jUit refer you to the grocer 1M formerly gone that way liecause curv W G Powell iarrett that had 111 I k IKK I HUM The monument is seven feet high ing her brother W lose name you shant know sir Stallion 4 and over Gay Bros Co- Â¬ of the raritv of it had turned aside to The workmen began to rebuild the of marble and handsomely executed Madison County Fair Premiums Aud heres what he says to wit hen V Fox see but going too near the brink of the lumThe ineription is the longest in the school house Mondav morning the cr iirst name after the article ex WH T roa SATS Saddle mare or gelding any age N pit the ground Mag deceitful under having been hauled last week GBEEM county and for aught we know the long ber KEIXEI them broke and they were slain Some hibited is that of the person who secured H Rowland Iexington Ball Bros Mrs James Asbil and little sister Ber In tiie long afternoon est in the State or the Cnited States Â¬ Combined stallion mare or gelding 3 We also had lieen maimed there and could the Premium The wconl the Certifi CHI n a nHN Of a senary Issm day have visited the largest cemeteries tha Park are among the sick here having A Fox Gay Bros be their own men cate and under 4 Cohen not to their dvinir day been brought to their mothers last week Sal a maiden so charming in the South and East and manv in the WhlNKHAY HlY i Silk patch quilt Miss Mattie Hall Stallion any age J J Hunter Cohen aaaia- Mrs Amelia Curry of Harrodsburg has Bo lovely and gay old country but cannot recall any in I saw in my dream that a little A Fox Mis Dr Heath Then been with her sisters Mrs Ed Baxter and With a voice so sweet It reads si nption so long Mill tilk otl the road over asrainst the silver mine Worsted quilt Mrs Sallie Pearson She Mrs Jacob Iluguelv the last week KA ES ON THE THACK As the tone of her harp Harry Dunson son of Sharpe and Di stood Ieinas gentlemanlike to call to Mrs C E Clay will remain several weeks more Bbe sang away lightly leliate wont work Tin joint 1100 fiO nah Kincaid horn in Madison county 210 class Purse HBO Calico quilt Mrs Fannie Anderson ers t come and see who said to A piece in one sharp The farmers agree that this is an excep 40 2 in 3 Ky March loth 1816 Here he spent tionally good season for general crops H laats and ISku kliuni arc beta out of Christian and his fellow Ho turn aside Mrs Thos Thorpe Now a lover bad she Letcher life as a slave to the Tunstalls pait of his Miss Mattie Hall Worsted comfort hither and I will show- vou a thing Who could complain without it were the Who hated the harp 5 Joe Alcyone which is also called Dunson During his Christaiu W hat things so deserving as Mrs J F Wages turf men at the Fair last week Hoodi continue in and He bated all music Lizzie Harold 5 5 4 re servitude he won the confidence and White counterpane Mrs David Chen to turn us out of the way Rev Minor baaaa a series of meetings Ktruetion th V In flat or in sharp Blameless-3--4 3 sjiect not only of his master but of his Desass Here is a silver mine and ault Mrs D II Myers last Saturday eve at Red House to eos She told him she loved him 1 May Day masters family also In his youth by If you Lit an of the some digging in it lor treasure Sun Iwmnet Mrs Fannie White Mrs tinue this week morning and evening But would never be his wife 18 2 19 2221 Time proving himself to lie an honest upright made an assignment will come with a little pains you may D H Myers Our people know him aud will give him Becaase she loved music Worsted embroidery Miss Mattie provide richly for vourselves 2i5 class Purse 400 Free for all 3 steady fad and faithful fulfilling every their attention lit- has been fought Vnl there would be strife in Aduty entrusted to his care he soon be Then Christian called to Demas say Hall Mrs D H Myers in 5 000 IMO 100 HO The much needed prayer meeting Mcts have Cabs tui She told bus hed love it came a favorite among both slaves and Is not this place dangerous ing silk embroidery Mrs O A Kennedy 424 Sutherland 5 seems to have met the demands of many been sappn And try he just should masters Through the kindness of his from Hath it not hindered many in their pil- Miss Mollle Powers Eagle Pass 1 3 3the attendance but it must lie re dilAnd soon be too saw masters family and through his own Hand hemstitching Miss Mollie PowII kim Hkim of Diaabetb- - grimage 221211 Mi Iii Elkin 3 memliered that entertainment is not the He could if be would igence he liecame able to read and write lietnas Not very dangerous except to ers Mrs J F Wagers Aleta 2 a candidate far State Librarian sole purpose of it organization So now you ess Having obtained an insight to the great careless Silk Kensington embroidery- -- Mrs T 44553 those that are nudable one Kate Ethan and will If you look very sharp fullness of education he from boyhood For the Climax EL Karr Mrs David Chenault But withal he blushed as he spoke Robert Wilkes 6 5 distanced Florida That he is her world carefully studied his books and especiaees for imvemor have noi Is it What is thy name Worsted Kensington embroidery M rs 2231 224 224 Christian Time 2 22 227 ixie tbe harp ially the Bible At the age of 98 812 arran d lor juint debate but are ex not it by the which I have called thee I have been too busy resting to think D 11 Myers Miss Emma De Jarnatt 220 he was converted in the neighborhood of writing I have tried fishing boatreek 1 Kenbington embroidery Yes mv name is Hemas Arrasene The free for all bicycle race was a lemas Miss Mvrtice French Mrs W Francis tame affair Only three entries Adams of Red Lick laptist chnrcfa white near ing bathing and singing classes for nearof the am the son of Abraham it FkASK vVoLFOaD Cotoacl the foot of Big Hill in Madison county ly two weeks The Aiafia river is one of I know Cehazi was you Fannie White Miss Anna won hands down Calico dress Christian iv meiiilier of Coagi his master consented for him to make the most beautiful in Florida It will vour great grandfather and Judas your Turler Mare 3 and under 4 J D Duvall ment is dangerously and application to the white church for mem always be famous for its mysterious mu- Remaining unclai med in the Post Office White Mrs J M Cohen i Fox trod their stes Cut flowers Fannie lather and vou have for the week ending After hearing his christian ex- sic which I described in the Ciimu at Richmond K Biffe Mare 4 and over Cohen x Fox Gay bership perience he was duly received into the some time ago I visited the spot some July 25 iSv BICYCLES OF THE PAST China painting Mrs J T Shackel- Bros is an indeiend llomKs C W Rev Allen Carrie ford Miss Marie Hariier ent candidate lor Mayor Of LeSBBgSaB Yielding and under 4 Rue iV San full christian fellowship of the church days ago and found it a shell point Alter k Miller Henry M Mary after being baptised bv the Lev Thomas Manv of the shells are very old aud they Rei Montgomery A will be interested to Oil painting Mrs liell Shearer Mrs didge Cohen V Fox A rcha ologists tiie wire when tame R Md rtiire Mai y Shortly after this he came be- are broken and crumbling The vegetaBallew - run snow that the first record of a bicvele is C F Burnam Mc Henry Gelding 4 and over N H Rowland Bern W D Sally in Barbra fore his church and made known his tion is tropical and a more beantiful Water color Mrs S H Stone Mrs Cohen A Fox that of a stained glass window in the Bi otfccj Greca arc T r men do church of Stoke Iogis near Windsor in T S Burnam Patrick A E Mr Matched horses N H Rowland Boh calling to the ministry The church place would be hard to find Some girls Bigs K atie Prewctt Loom J vou think it right to double the wealth granted him license to exercise this were down the river the other night and Pencil work Mrs Saui Kice Mrs G Walker It was this ehurch vanl by Kiitriand Mrs tc Martha H Brown A M Mrs ttiicr at the exjiei divine rite in any manner lod ha en btard the music Mr Gilpatrick who the way which inspired Oray to write F Bradley Walking mare stallion or gelding Mr lloilekt I Han bi M ra Crayon work Miss Anna Hariier Miss Lockridge A Foster Mt sterling Cohen joined upon him and he was duly in- lives near says it can lie beard ipiite of- Homier The rider of the his ever famous Elegy M rs 2 Stew art Mar irtha Mn of the gospel stalled as a minister He ten They tell a story of a man who Coy M BOBBM Turley T iV Fox eeea extended cycle in the picture on the window Tn B Cook Painting Mrs S A Deatherage P He dared the mu Cooper Mary Bob was publicly ordained as a minister at lived near there once Double team John J Hunter Sam aiaaar of the pension which is dated HH would lie mistaken the Pleasant Grove church white in sic to come into his house and it came Crvtck horp Walker irther cutting down Gov for Pan with his pic were it elsewhere and C Wayne county Sept S57 During his so often that he got tired of it than in a Christian church where PasjSS Homemade cheese Mrs B F leather M Combined mare or gelding Coheu eminent patrol C as H early manhood he spent much time in Riverview on the north and Peru on Eidrofi Ida Miss deities are not made at home But his eas Mrs G B Turlev Fox S eJlowa think that if torv is silent as to the use of anv such the careful study of the Bible by tallow the south side of the river are some five Klmore Wm Wheat bread yeast rising Miss Rosa Turner Stallion mare or gelding any age A r he is not in vehicle at that time One hundred and Alverson Mrs Mattie Alverson a ma Several Flelcht R W H candles and pine torches after the days or six miles from the bay KK I Fuinell J Coleman J J Hunter Jewel IVtue 3 work was done In 1N00 he organized a steamers ply on the river carrying freight Hail Marv M favor of silver money at all which is a twenty years or so later there was exBeaten biscuits Mrs Mattie Alverson Htrrt- - Joan r i Es OS THE RACK lea iN prayer meeting near Frogtow n and con passengers and wood and towing rafts Hall Kiinit hibited before the French court a nianu Mrs B W turner Haw Mrs 2 40 e rasas H9H Keirrait Krcd baked ham Mrs O B Turley Mrs tinued here for some time with consid Riverview has stores jiostorlice church rlarn Marj l motive carriage of several hundred r rank Mi- was killed in Chi 1 Mirtzv 3 but the bicycle can B F Tevis erable success There being no church and school Just down the river is anpounds weight Pen on- calling for above will please Monday bv an Italian which is one in Annie F 1 4 It was here Col David Goodloe gave to Elder other chapel Two miles out is a lUiptist sav advertiKed scarcely have grown from that Butter Mrs J T Shackelford Mrs B stance at least wherin the bad lialiniin John 2 3 2 3 Dunson one acre of land for a church church This is an ideal place to live or much nearer our own time that the first F Tevis J 8 Wilms P M le nv man w Star I adv 0 2 6 2 Jelly cake Mis Mattie Alverson Mrs rite and Mrs Bettie Smith donated one spend the winter During the rainy sea genuine bicycle was invented It was -- 4 May Bird 5 sou the river is fresh and salt the rehalf acre for a cemetery Aboal Imhass are on the war path in Idaho quite the fashion to ride such a vehicle T J Curtis Louisville Tobacco Market M yrtice French ii 4 1 White cake Mrs J W Bales Mrs the church was erected and named mainder of the time There are lirge and a numlier of whites have lieen killed in England in 1819 the new invention By Glcver A LHirrelt Louisville Tobacco Jay Stain drawn Goodloes chapel in honor of Col Good- phosphate works here above and below Mattie Alverson which will give the idle soldiers in that was variously tailed the dandy horse Ware House Coast Maid drawn hobhy horse and the velocipede Chocolate cab Miss Minnie Dunn loe A council ot the following white companies oue The three different the locality Bometbiaa to do Sales on our market for the week just Time 238 22o 22s 22s Baptist churches met and dedicated above uses the hydraulic process The There are many allusions to it in the Mrs Mattie Alverson closed amount to 31S0 hhls with receipts A woman is to tie electrocuted in New cake- - Mrs C B Turley Mrs J 2i5 tkot rasas 400 I believe dredge of the dav and in a letter from on Oct 12th 1n7 Bar others is for the same period Goodloes chapel Fishing records Hack 3087 hlids Sales on York Aug nd and one hanged at Ft John Keats in February 1819 to Ins W Bales J J Edwards and Deacon C C Ggg of good there are some three or four kinds our market since January 1st amount to Neale 13-1- -1 Smith Ark a Bpeciee of womans rights brother in America I find this mention Sales of the crop ot Drowning Creek Clary Broaddus Wm of catfish perch mullet aud several 117435 hhd White raisin cake Miss Minnie Dunn 2 Julian May 3 popular that may Mrs Mattie Alverson Berry and Win Wallace Viney Fork others of it All are salt water fish and gen- on ou- market to this date amount to etrel 2 2 3 3 Our market for burley to 17433 hhds Speedwell Ky The nothing of the day is a machine Elder Dunson was call- Â¬ erally of gool size Occasionally one bacco ihis week has developed no special Ftha Allen 4 4 4 4 Etoaaga cake Mrs T J Curtis Mrs rw It is a wheel R B Pattern 11 entries called the velocipede ed to take pastorate charge of this church draws out a large turtle which is es changes All grades of burlev with high Cvcloness 5 distanced carriage to ride cock horse upon sitting on Dec 2nd is7 and continued laithful teemed a delicacy There are crabs here color have been taken at satisfactory Ira distanced 1 iB don an Is- - yeai old girl Mrs J Turley Ice cream Mrs and pushing it along with the T to his charge until his death He was such as are never seen in Kentucky not prices to sellers and the market has shown Time 224 j 220 222 223 two women to death near Barbour- - astride Shackelford somewhat more strength on this type They a rudder wheel in hand regarded by his church and by all who having a caudal appendage they apjiear Siles have also been more satisfactory UK VILE RACE ille The women are every day demon Sherliet Mrs J P Sumner Has B will go seven mills an hour A hand knew him as an exceptional minister a to be sawed off just back of the last pair for the better grades of red leaf other strating their ability as fighters R Burnam Mile dash some gelding will come too eight guineas devoted Christian aud an honest and of legs but for biting they cant be ex- wi e tt e market icimiins about as it has Wheat bread salt rising Mrs C E Sam Bales The reports been for three weeks past able man He was loved aud honored celled rAIKVAMPlh howeer thev will soon be cheaper Clay Mrs At the bay are the cpieer horsewhich reach us from the country are to John Arnold AJ Tribble 2i entries John army takes to them I suppose is a species unless the During shoe crabs What lioth by white and black alike the effect that in many localities the rains Ijiyer Cake Mrs Mattie Alverson James Ballard The Climax took in a foreign silver Gilmer Speed in August Lippiucotts the twenty live years of the pastoral of crab are small crustaceous animals call- have ieen excessive and considerable Mrs T J Curtis Arlie Wells dollar one day last week along with charge of Goodloes chapel this church ed Fiddlers They do not stay in the damage has been done to the growing Grape wine Mrs G B Turley Mrs Tom OBrien ALAs A some l S dollars When we ottered to increased from one of the weakest to one water but are always near it under logs crop Dr Hockadav Wm Neff The following quotations fairly reprepav it out the recipient demanded a half of the strongest of Kentucky churches bark roots etc They can run ipiite Blacklierry wine Mrs M M Barber Bales won in 257 The Chicago Tribune thus recurs to a dollar in addition It was a perfect com and no dissenting voice was ever raised fast and have two front claws ipiite large sent our market for burley tobacco B Turley Mrs crop recent but already far fai distant past with the stamp of the Government on against him or his work At the time of and resembles the crab family They Bikes and Biking The long July days are passing bv Rag carpet Mas Ella Bmnie 2 75 Trash Dk or damaged 50 to It contained more silver than a I it his death he was 77 years one month make a squeaking noise that resembles Common colory trash and August the month in which the 3 Oo to 375 Home made blankets Mrs J F Wag The wheel girl has some mournful news and ten days old At home he was a a fiddle s Dollar But it required a half dollar when caught whence the Nfedium to good colory trash 3 75 to 5 50 grand national free silver Democratic ers Mrs Sid Taylor About a fall last night OB top of it to make it worth a dollar kind father a loving husband and an name 2 50 to Conimcn Lugs not colory 4 00 is approach convention was to lie held Wool hose Mrs Sally Pearson Mrs But when we ask to see the bruise Why lW causc it was not backed by a 50 4 00 to able man looking ever and anon to the As for mosquitoes there are sever il Common colory lugs But Buck Hinrichsen has not a Martha Portwood ing She says its out of sight Col Lugs 5 50 to 1 u Medm to Good entd dollar as the l S dollars are welfare of his family Rev Dunson was species and none good except lifeless He 8 00 to 13 00 word to say on the silver question Medium to Good Leaf Tattler in Louisville Times Half hose Mis J F Wagers That cheap dollar is the exact kind that A jMrson assures me they often sit on Good tt Kine Leaf twice married 13 00 to 17 00 has said nothing aliout the replies he has Home made gloves Mrs i F Brad Neville Moberley rode over to Lexing- Â¬ the I S dollar would lie under free 17 00 to 2S Oo On April Jth 1S03 at 0 p tret sand logs and bark as you passalong Select Wrappers Demoreceived from memliers of the ley Mrs Nancy J Taylor ton one day last wek and returned by eaaaaaa and some are so large that a great many m a long Elder A Dunson cratic National Committee He has not Cotton hose Mrs D H Myers Miss way of Valley View Coming up Tates aud well spent life entered after his long of them will weigh a pound Read the 100 Kewanl into AtAMIAKS Or Kill CATION NEtllhli told whet e he has hail any eaaSB Marv M Smith creek pike at night he ran off an em- Â¬ eternal home In the death of Elder sentence several times and you will catch pondeuce with State committees to ask -- Mrs D EL Myers The readers of this paper will be pleased Cotton half hose bankment ten or twelve leet high He Dunson this community Las lost one on I can testify to the truth of it I A negro murdered two white women them to do what the National Committee Irish potatoes S J Taylor M M escaped miraculously hut the wheel oh of her ablest men whom white aud see the boys shoot at an alligator occa- to learn that there is at least one dreaded with an ax in Mississippi Monday and refused to do Is Hinrichsen sleeping or Hamilton Co where was it It will have to be sold black mourn alike He is gone but not sionally last week a boy and I were disease that science has been able to cure outraged another one These acts are is he off on a journey r has he lie in all ts stages and that is catarrh Sweet otatoe3 J P Denham wreckage company to some forgotten not dad but sleeping He boatings aud as be sat with his feet over entire niuou in the South and come convinced that the jig is up and Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive Tomatoes Mrs J W Crooke L A decision of interest to bicycle riders has laid aside the cross for the crown the bow a six footer made a jump for cure kiown to the medical fraternity not ouly set the colored population back that it is best to ignore utterly that mel Schlegel was rendered by Judge Reed Boston and has crossed the river ot life Let no them The boy turned a somersault into but the whole southern country Some ancholy episode in the histoiv of Illinois Catarrh being a constitutional disease re Beets Mrs T S Moberley Mrs D M whereby W D Baker of East Bridge man judge him for this witness is in the boat and the old fellow disappeared arrangement ought to lie made by the Democracy the convention of last June quires a constitutional treatment Halls Chenault water was given a verdict for damages heaven his record is on high A Ckaikki tiovernnieut or the southern states or f course it can not be that he has been Citarrh Cure is taken i ternallv acting Cabbage Jas Pearson p A c and costs against Frank Winn of the eeaae other power to enlighten the bought up by the money Remember only such medicines were directly upon the blood and mu ous surower The Cucumbers Miss Mandy Boggs Mre same place in the sum of 2508 for in- Â¬ densely ignorant on this subject and men who were chosen delegates to the Fair as are ac faces o ihe system thereby destroying admitted at the World CORRESPONDENCE H J Streng juries to Bakers machine by Winns show them that peace and prosperity August convention can not afford to allow cepted for use by physicians in the prc the foundation of the disease and giving Spiashes Jas Pearson Mrs H J running into it The testimony showed can never be theirs until murder and this matter to go bv default It is their tice of medicine Ayers Sarsaparilla AV DOYLESVIUE strength to the patient by building up the Streng that Baker was riding on the extreme rape cease In Virginia Kentucky Mis duty to call on or write to Hinrichsen Mr E P Griggs ol Garden City Kan- ers Cherry Pectoral and Ayers Pills be- constituion and assisting nature in doing Wheat Levi Foster Covington Ar- right side of the road and could not pos souri and Tennessee these crimes are and find out what he is doing about their sas is visiting his brother Mr John L ing included in the list They are stand- Â¬ its work The proprietors have so much nold Bro sibly have avoided the collision The few because the colored people are better ard medicines convention and when and where it is to faith in ts curative powers that they offer White com Dr Hockadav W H Court held a bicycle is a carriage or Griggs ot this place more enlightened educated and be held Fourteen of those delegates Tudor one hundred dollars lor any case that it Mrs Cassie Durham and son Willie GOINii FISHING IN MICHIGAN vehicle aud therefore that the section of are from Chicago Some of them are fails to care Send for list of testimonial Mare under 1 year old R G Tribble the public statutes known as the law of have returned from a weeks visit to the A HAS DONE WHAT Nrlllliioi business men who like to know in ad- Glasgow Mo i Black formers sister in Fayette county Through Buffet Sleeping Car reaching Add the road rendered Winn liable because Stallion and under 2 Cohen A Fox riding on the left side of the street FJCHENEYCO Prop Toledo o The Winchester Democrat has a sub vance what the demands on their time Cal White of Fayette county has irand Rapids Traverse City Petobkey will be They should ask an explanation p aud c 4 entries Sold bv druggists 7c scriber travelling in Mexico and says been visiting the home of his grand Bay View Harbor Springs Mackinaw Riding the bicycle has eased to be stallion i and under 4 Bob Walker Mackinac and other Northern Thompson Morton of this city who of Hinnchsen father Mr Austin White of this place City either uudignitied or conspicuous Sev It may lie that the mighty free silver Cohen Michigau resorts leaves Cincinnati daily Fox baa been in Mexico for some months Awarded eral yeare ago a bishop denounced the the past week boom w hich under the guidance of Hin Stallion 4 aad over Gay Bros of Highest Honors Worlds Fair writes liack that for rive hundred and We have had some very hard rains at SX p in over Pennsylvania Lines practice by women as immodest and was to result in a great national Clark Kue V Sandidge of Biyle Parlor Car leaves week days at 80o a m one silver dollars ol the Cnited richsen therefore immoral An immodest wo Â¬ of late Iast Wednesday morning Clear No change from Mare or gelding 1 and under 2 W L Cincinnati to Mackinaw Kates be could get one thousand Mexican convention is only on its summer vacawas higher thau was ever known man on a bicycle would surely be im Creek Route is via Richmond thence over the deWani each of which contains more tion but tbe indications are that it has Hockadav New land Jones modest still the wheel not having any before but not much damage has been Fishing Line CL U A I It R direct Mare or gelding 2 and under 3 J W silver than the American dollar Mexico snae to join the greenback boom in the power to save her but an immodest wo- done of the Has been where the Garrett Frank Maupin to best fishing grounds in Northern baa free and unlimited coinage of silver aftoat limbo man would tit immodest walking in the Born July 27th to the wife of Shelby Bronson Rockawav Michigan cor mare or gelding John northeast backed by the credit of the government gyaseutis is at rest and the w iiangdoodle street or Bitting in church or wherever Jett a boy This is only six little boys at Fourth and Vine ets Courier Journal Chenault Cohen Fox Cincinuali can tell Mm has no gold in circulation and her howls no more might be The bicycle has nothing Mr Jetts The Daninrrtsi may Mare any age Cohen you all about it Ask him Fox 0 J she dollars are only worth their bullion SOME HIGH PRICED YEARLINGS whatever to do with modesty or im- Â¬ more Presidents yet judging from this Coleman Harrodsburg And this is the state of affairs value Engage Vour Sleeper Berth modesty w itfa morality or with immoral household that some of our good citizens would Persons going to Old Point Comfort es The highest priced1 yearling last year ity and when the pious bishop uttered persons at Mallory Springs from bring aliout in this country by the same was the Rancho Del Paso bred Sal vato- r-- year-oll one mile loungs his denunciation of the machine and its The place at present are Mrs lou Fades the Chesapeake t Ohio special train Tom Martin 1st Lixzie Lay 2nd use his intellectuals must have been be- - this Mies Woodford colt for which Gideon Misses Cora Keevc s Lillian Thompson July oitth are requested to send in their Daly paid 7100 The highest price so Time 240 214L WHEAT AND SILVER fuddled by too much poiiderinc on sub- - anj Mai Powell and Messrs Rodger names and state how much space is Trot Tom Collins Neale 1st far this vear was paid for the grand-look- iects too hard or too easv for him But Eades Jason Powell Robert Lauter and wanted This can be done by letter or jioetal and is quite necessary in order One of the favorite assertions of the ing Iroquois Carlotta colt in tbe Belle John Huguelys Aleta Danville 2nd bis dictum has not counted for much for Will Reeves wJYoungs Joe Alcyone 3rd Time the bicycle is growing in popularity every that sufficient number of sleeping care free coinaj e advocates is that the fall in Meade lot which fell to the bid of Mr MOST PERFECT MADE Our poet mistress at this place hsis with can be arranged dav and the manufacturers one of whom tbe prices of agricultural products is doe Gideon A pure Gtapt Cream of Tartar Powder Free T from Ami tenia Alum or any other adulterant habness horses to tbe depreciation of silver or as they at least is turning out one hundred ma Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder j This youngsters name will in all like- 1 PA Leiiagtoi say the appreciation of gold They tall Htiffd appear among the entries for the i Mare under under 1 year old R G chines a day have difficulty in filling tb Wertda Wr Migbt MmU d Plplo 40 YEARS THE STANDARD fl50 25 1 the farmer that the tilings he has to sell are worth lees than they used to be be cause of the demonetization of silver in 1KT3 Ingenious tallies of statistics are presented to show that silver and wheat for instance have advanced or declined together and that the effects of friendly or unfriendly legislation with regard to the white metal have invariably been seen in the changed market value of ag ricultural staples Fortunately we have just now an object lesson which leaves n room for belief in this fantastic theA comparatively short time a ory wheat a- - selling per bushel at about the intrinsic value of the silver dollar a little over 50 cents and free coinage people were pointing triumphantly to the fact as a demonstration of the concurn il deBut to day cline of the two products wheat is worth nearly SO cents a bushel and silver is worth no more than it was when wheat was selling at K cents Here is a BSBSBSe and practical proof that the price of silver has nothing to do with the price of wheat and the same is true of all other farm products as anv one can satisfy himself bv consulting the market rexrts for a series ot years The Ohio Valley Manufacturer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SI W afa A 4000 ir- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttt PRIZES GIVEN AWAY Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE SWEET CAPORAL 12 Â¬ CIGARETTE THE CLIMAX Has decided to give a 35 number of priz lna S-- 55 1 1 to those who secure cash subscribers before January 1st 1895 To the person securing the largest number of cash subscribers will be givMitchell en an order on Covington for Sk20 worth of any merchandise kept Â¬ I Â¬ by them Â¬ ttt 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ si lThc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - t tt 43 11 00 To the person securing the second largest list will be given an order on the same firm for 10 worth of goods To the person securing the third largest list will be given an order on the same firm for 5 in goods To the person securing the fourth largest list will be given three years subscription to the Climax To the person securing the fifth largest list will be a years subscription to Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ - 3-- 13-3 Â¬ Â¬ 11 -2-2 - 2i the Climax The regular price of the Climax is SI 50 a year but to cash in advance subscribers it is put at 125 Subscriptions may be sent in at any time from this till January 1st Agents can send anv number of names from one up and due credit will be given the agent a LIST OF LETTERS Agents are not confined to any par Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ I ticular territory Every subscription must be for one ear or more but if for more than one year each year will be considered as far i Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ t I H YV one subscriber All persons are authorized to act a agents but the Climax will not be re sponsible for the failure if any should occur on the part of any agent to remit subscriptions wvfvfvvwwwva Â¬ Â¬ i ri II SVfVWV Â¬ 11 Â¬ 56 53 - 17 CURES Colic Â¬ Cramps Â¬ ii Cholera Morbus l DiarrHcaa Flux 12 it4 Nausea Changes of Water Eta LIGHTNING HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLD 25 aud 50c Per Bottle Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Bies of Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good HEALS 1 killui I J 4 Ho Relief Mo Pat 50c size contains two and one half times as much a 15c bottle HERB MEDICINE CO SPRINGFIELD Sold Everywhere stal-1k-- Â¬ vaaaaaaaAta O 4 Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ Â¬ DO YOU WANT A J I 14 1 M n -- WAGON Ttl v j ji i t1 -- 9 5 5 WE SFIT j A trTo on uiir on iiii r WE TnV s Wl 1 Piv iiuiiP Â¬ HAVE TOO MAST WE ARE AFTER CASH KENTUCKY 1 I CARRIAGE WORKS Â¬ if f X nfSSC - If II 3- SVS VVVVVWN a Â¬ VWyVVV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yt P zlP ILS LB We Employ Young Men m - I i V RICHMOND STEAM A 1 M LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME is 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ ati- - ri5no f nirt ntrmum whlct w u ki i to dlstnbuta i itirart T m - INDUSTRIES send tbem on approval No bicjeie arrive and proraa M Young Ladies BBBOsa Write for particulars 1 ACME CYCLE COriPANY ELKHART V Work done promptly and as well as any other Laundry in the Country I II I I ii I Â¬ fND v of all Y Â¬ DR A Lsvely Complexion is the llM t PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home People and thev will stand bj vou Wonen Â¬ Beauty Rival and Velvet Cream Balm will make our complexion young fresh and beautiul A delightful skin tonic for sale by Hagan the Druggist Priie 50 and 2 w CREAM wJ BAKING Lightning Hot Drcps What a Funnr Name Very True but it Kills Sold Everywhere V UUI Uh 1UWN WORK All Pain Every Day Without Relief There is No Pav il sal SOLICITED over- Carriages wagons an and painted at the very Ali work guaranteed to be as the State - - The Worlds Fair Tests hauled showed no baking jtoaraW so pun or so great la leav- Â¬ ening power as tbe Royal vrri ig Wor - jr THE CLIMAX WKPNKSIUY HlY II 18B5 Young man make up vonr mind now Protracted Meeting to attend Central Cniversity next ses-Â¬ Flder Keene of Winchester will begin sion Secure a catalogue and see for a protracted meeting at Mt Pleasant yourself what a wonderfully good show church this county Sunday night He That is whats said aliout the twelve ing it makes You cant do lietter will be assisted by the pastor J R lay Goh entries in the f 100 saddle mare or geld Boatman The Wrone Clock ven away by the Cum ake to day That is s leaking vol Â¬ The colored woman that got a small Mr Keene is one of the strongest umes but must be true black dock out of my store Saturday preachers in his denomination in this Kiinl trip to Cincinnati Simda country Fverybody is invited and ex evening last will please return it Trailer Sold pected was the wrong clock A P Bruce Danville has sold to W Frank Carr altoiit that special G Hartford of Boston the 4 year-old D P Arm ku Taylors Rival i Dcinnati Sunday pacing gelding Harry B record fcJJ hy iHproVed Yesterday For years John Taylor has been the witli Keel tin have lieen Hanpy Ihiv dntn by Messenger Chief Theodore Hacker and wife are danger acknowledged leader in off hand ppficil Trice fJTSO l ruhler tiously sick and OB Saturday were not ex sketching in and aliout Richmond He pected to live through the day Yester now has a rival in the peraoa of Casey llediratiiin at IlBula UHili vii like to ha ilay Mr Hacker was slightly Itetterw bile Owsley ol the Collectors office The The new liiaaUi at Imiela aftl he dedi latter has made some decidedly creditami Sunday Aug 4th Special train Mrs Hacker was considerably improved tii llovle con nt v colored Kail ble sketches of attaches of the office on the K N I B will leave Uichmond 0Mia Back and also reached out one day recently let at fcSS Di Harvie of lxmisville will Prof Hagerman who was for some and got a faithful likeness of Gen Clay li the i rinoii Mi liartmanV millinery afore will time a niemlH r of the Hamilton College as he sat in Ins buggy Mr Owsley uioiitli of ajnal faculty will soon return from Colorado R Dry IimimIs Kim should study for a cartoonist ills Ihelisk ioBI x al if H Son line of Ixtuieville where he has Iteen for some time to A Remarkable Horse Story rpnue ymir oppu tnnitv rented the Kronston store house on take Prof Milligans chair in the On Wednesday morning one of J W while the latter is abroad Lex Main and wfll open up a baa heer stock Pratherg horses jumped out of the lot - Disti ot dry pioda aboal No - and nebo t HHi They ington Cazette and trotted away the owner happening are wide awake men The War Over to see him leave und ajrl is tlie attrac We are glad to see that the Register and Coincidence I ite in the forenoon of Wednesday an at Mr Goal Taylor- It- - tia ue is In the two wheat bread contests at the Pantagraph have barfed the hatchet and unknown man rode bareback up to C I iirnain Fair last week there were two unusual are now lovers Just think of it Demo- T Wellss stable dismounted and walk occurences In the yeast rising exhibit cratic and Republicans editors falling in- ed awav The horse went into the sta- Â¬ a bole threat- - tinUisa Alverson received the prem to each others arms and giving the fond ble and remained there until yesterday id hrrL nt window oik- ium and her mother Mrs Mattie Alver- embrace What a rattling of dry beam Wells not finding an owner k Mr Prat her went yesterday to see the son the certificate although there were it makes us feel as if this is not the cold horse in Wellss stable ami it was his A niiiiiU r af aaoale from Irvine a aaaabar of entries In the salt rising iinfi eling world it is pictured That is all that is known of the case exhibition Mrs C C Clay received the la napad At His Old Trirks Apaia premium and her mother Mrs Jeff Trib Sunday Kxrursion to Cincinnati Bush New Ion lanaariy of the Mid ble the certificate although there were Married lv Squire Anne JalySfkb wa Clipper more recently of Middies Cheap excursion to Cincinnati Sunday entries Kin- iimii to N at the following borough has assumed editorial control August 4th via L of the wen Conntv Herald Quarantined He is a very low rates Tickets good going and good newspater man and a clever gen- returning on special train of that date Win F White a Madison conntv The State Board of Health hi clareil a quarantine against cattle fiom tleman and here is hoping that his new only Sqaire Jake Whit Rate Schedule ilate tor Mavor af Lex- - Virginia the Carolinas iieorgia Florida venture may lie crowned with abundant 55 a in Richmond 50 Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Arkan success Times i BO Bed House 4a m aad Indian Territory on ar - that the aaaro Walker Kraaris Ford 50 7 00 am at Winchester by a count of the reported prevalence ofTxaa Special train will leave Fourth Mr Archie F Walker and Miss Susie - ex nip Te fever iiy a nasty u Francis were married Friday at 12 station returning at it p m uthern States ological Garden Ludlow Lagoon at the brides home Point oclock H B Dilling nikling a nice leavell Garrard county Miss Francis Coney Island and Championship game lilieil of His Laurels Base Ball from The Ciimvx copieii the is a cousin of Lewis Francis of Rich iiiit east of tow For further information see your sta- the Beattyvjlle Fnterprise a paragraph in mond Mr Walker is a prominent hard sulistance saying that liev GraOB B firmer and cattle man of Carrard and is tion agent a brother of J W Walker af this place r I wooden ma- - Million of Richmond was the only color Dedication of Baptist Church al Panola certificate All From Madison remarking ed teacher awarded a Sunday August 4 UK Doubtless tireen B Miller wa at it was only popular wood and he t i teach The marriage is announced for August The new Iiaptist church at Panola in meant Hth of Samuel Jett ami Mrs Pattie Fer Madison county will be dedicated on tamp leeti rel Injth of this city Mr Jett has been in Sunday Angus 4 Rev Dr Harvie of W Hai iniiiiioiiei The Shan Lick tamp Meeting will the wholesale liquor business for some Ixmisville will preach the dedicatory ser week funeral of Mrs MarajMBl ojH n on Friday August J and continue time and is a mpular and successful man inon Lev i W Parsons of Drip Rock The bride is the widow of the late Ben will also preach Mr W L Cruncher of ten days The religious sen ices will Winch rat Ferrel and for several years has Ik ch one Richmond will give a talk French conducted by one of the ablest evangel loiu-i- The have returned from a The singing will lie of the most successful nt our public Tipton will sketch local Biptist history imp meetings front which they The net proceeds of this excursion will conducted by a line musician and a choir school teachers Winchester Democrat ender of v he given to the church Fveryhody cored by ajanajtaaaaaji aas Minuting Krraue To defray expenses and improve the dially invited Dinner on the ground HI Fisherman Billie Martin and Jas Plenty of ice filter grounds a gate fee of 10 cents will lie Wilburn living near the mouth tif How charged ixnit this ler do said a X K A TIME CABB asi fake ards Lower Creek had a row yesterday in from the country day af Leave Richm nd a m 50 cents Hark aad stae Industry at Pallida in which cuss words and a shot gun nvention 842 a m 40 Few persons are aware that the new played prominent parts Wilhurns Ieave Cnion two telegraphs MB a m U and growing village of lanola in the eas- anatomv was extensively punched by a Leave Molierley S5K a m 15 tern part of the county is of the impor load of shot from Martins gun but he Leave Brastield 05 a m Mitchell Caltnee of Winchester has tance that it is commercially was not seriously hurt Martin came in Arrive at Panola Deputy I S Marshal For three months middle of April to and was placet in jail Winche tci aoaa on io iav ibb tkun Mr I leputv Sheril middle of July D Y sharp ahipped to Democrat Leave Irvine 1000 a m 35 cents My under Scobee aid Cincinnati fifty three cars of tan bark Ieave Bice 1010 a m 25 doing to Mt Sterling loada weie worth iH apiece el 10 15 a m 15 Ieave Kings Miss Helen Chenault has secured the to lanola about 5000 Leave Argelite 10 25 a in 15 Marion Young of Jackson or brought a Mr Sharp exports quantities of barrel assistance of Miss Flise Bennett il wiili hot Arrrive at Panola Krft a m stave timber via Boston to Li rot pool teacher in her school luring the ensuing Returning to Irvine leave Panela at DP Armei Acting Vun year Mis- - Bennett is a young lady of - include The- id extra 335 p m imitation and was splendid education and tine native intelis tor manufacture of pi Beturning to Richmond leave Panola lect She lives in Richmond Ky at 445 p m nit Conrt Scvcnty tlirce MeaJjers of the Ad Â¬ answi Montgomery Co Times XB Those who wish to go on to ams Family Bine Together Miss Bennett is a graduate of the Cnis Tcef Coci for Chill Irvine and send the day returning in B versity of Michigan having taken a six Supt W H Adams of the B N I An in war the evening can do so by paving 75 cents railroad has returned from Cleveland yean course -- rday where she ooaJd D F S halt where he attended a remarkable reunion He Cupped the tlimav let Manager Special Train of the Adaaaa family The reunion i up in a A party down east was blessed with araa bald at Adam- - Grove oat I ike Frie A iuod Man unnr seventy three crsoh- - representing twins both hoya He christened them and Bar Higgins mentioned in the subA leaj lour generations sat down to dinner to Peter and Repeater Another blessing joined sketch of Rev Strother Cook was beans farther There Here three brothers and tKciirred a year after both girls and the grandfather of Capt John II Higinto a bamnaa together the father called them Kate and Dupli ieir children grandchil The llarrodsburg gins of this place called for something to three dren and great grandchildren Tliev cate But the last birth of twills has Iemocrat says othei came from six different Stales and one of been a puzzle to him for a tune as one one wanted a drink aad he won id have t After a long and useful life Rev them from the Indian Territory The was a hoy and the other a girl How- Strother Cook iclling Jr one of the oldest min oldest peraoa preaeot was nmety eight ever the difficulty has been gotten over isters of Mil lother le the Baptist denomination died by calling the boy Max and girl Climax f age and the youngest a babe of I at his home in Mercer Sunday morning The Baaoo Inlrral ram year at an early hour of a carbuncle aged M John Black Nolanl of Clark comity An Old Hoarder Calls years He joined the church at Prov Amernau Ketoiutinu Medal Madison lu a polecat farm Mr Win Parrish Winchester called idence Bovle county when quite a John II Chandler of Campltellsville and hanks and other re representing Central University has te at the Cubai aSee this morning and youth at which time Rev John S HigYoung provided fat the cats naked in breakfast over He hoarded gins remeiuliered and loved by all the ceived from the National Society of the one- - are bought at o cents apiece and at at the Willows Inn more than lift older people in Lincoln was pastor He the American Kevolutioli a huge years ago which hotel building is now baaaa preaching at the are killed and their McCormacks church and elegant flo silver BMdaJ awarded 50 he Climw otlice He says the old in Lincoln county in 1H3 which was for the liest essay written by a student It inn wsh a lam us cat building Iiils not changed much in appear- then a Baptist church and hence spent of the Cniversity on the principles hunter communicate with Mr Nolan ance He recalls pleasantly a number of 52 long years in proclaiming the glad fought for in the American revolution It was made by Tiffany A Co of New the older citizens including Mr T S tidings during which time he tamed It Worked Toter Way Fllis Mrs Sol Smith Mrs Clailtorne thousands from the error of their way York and is appropriately inscribed r nol weh kuo White Mrs Russell and Maj Burnain He leaves 11 children to mourn the loss long a resident of Richmond occapied a Mr Chandlers essay has now gone on to He contributed S10 to the Methodist of a loving father and quite a number of where it will comiiete new chair Monday night He diaooT headquarters Mr Iarrish grand children and with similar essays from many other church when it was built tiiat the vaniish ami his pants had in excellent health and is altogether a all ot whom were with him during his gold medal By the is taraaad intimate relations He aB voting man yet last hours Rev Strother Cook Jr his way plans have Iteen changed 6o that lld have to take the chair Mr Chandler will remain in Richmond Her Bnilher Liex iu Kit limonil iixt eldest son who is a missionary to away with him He moved hut instead ami teach in the Cniversity the coming The case of Miss Grace Dauglierty Africa arriving in time to be present at of taking the chair he well expert tai the fourteen year old daughter of David the dissolution An unusually lengthy lon who have examined the pants session Daugherty who lives on Walnut be- Â¬ procession Mowed his remains to Shaw think they can be mended An Aiihiij auce Abated tween Chestnut and Market streets in nee Run church in Mercer Sunday and It is reported that the C N O V T P Jellersonville is one that is remarkable after a funeral discourse from the pastor Sudden Dentil By Co will probably let out the exclu in nianv respects Physicians are puz- what was mortal was laid to rest in the John W Ailams died suddenly in sive privilege of hauling passengers to zled and no cause can be assigned for cemetery by the side of his beloved wife Winchester Friday His aj the highest bidder and the ow uers of the her present condition In three months who preceded him to the grave four and wife was Amanda V Jones bus lines will be asked to put in seled she has grown 12 inches anil if it were one half years Adams and M Jones of or the privilege The person secur not that death is so near at hand it is Richmond Social Cluh Entertainment Madison were his brother an water also ing the sole right to carry passengers to possible the wonderful growth would Quoth he it was a famous victory Mrs luciuda Watts Mrs Win Watts and from the railroad property will lie continue The words of the Blenheim poet were and Lewie Adams of Clark Squire protected from infringements and noth Mx moths ago the girl who is very heartily echoed by every one present at Adams was a niemlier of the county ing hut private vehicles jierinitted to enpretty was in perfect health She was the entertainment given by the Richhad leen Town Marshal of curt and the companys grounds The R N 1 plump and had never suffeied from dis- mond Social Club at the Hotel Glydon Winchester Within two or three year- - terB road V has issued an order prohibiting ease Almost without warning there Tuesday night thiee daughters two granddaughters and all agents of omnibus lines from solicit- Â¬ was a decline in her physical condition Proprietor Corzelius very kindly offered I andson have died ing patronage on the depot platform and an affection like dropsy developed the use of his dining room to the young The travelling public will thus be pro The real organic trouble did not manifest men The floor was in most excellent A Fayetle leaalv Kstiwate of Free Pike tected from a great annoyance Nicho itself nor at this time are the doctors condition and altogether the affair was A petition in circulation reads lasviiie Journal certain what the malady is one of the swellest in the history of the A Bullock Judge of Favette Hon F Miss Daugherty grew worse as time club Saxton with eight pieces furnished Aa Anneal lraai at iy Court We tlie undersigned passed About three months ago she delightful music The chaperones and voters of Fayette county Ky respect- Â¬ iFrom the Kentucky Gazette of Way ai 1796 was comielled to take her bed The those present were as follows fully petition yon to enter an order di- It ItlK NOTICE CHAPEROSBS Is dulv given to all whom it may con- Â¬ disease did not yield to treatment and ig the submission to the aafi Mr and Mrs B L Middelton Mr and Fayette county at the next general elec- Â¬ cern that the Commissioners appointed now she is in a dxing condition Yestion the question as to whether the bv the Conntv Court of Madison agtfea terday it was thought that life had be Mrs D B Shackelford and Mrs W L come extinct but she rallied She is Crutcher county of Fayette shall have the right ble to an act of Assembly passed now emaciated An act to ascertain the bounda entitled and authority and be entpow PRESENT Since her illness the family hat nories of land and for other pur value in the aggre Mr and Mrs D N Sharp Shelbyvilk gate shall not exceed 200000 for the that I shall meet on Friday the tenth nf ticed that Miss Daugherty had grown K v Misses Katon Covington Ky Pear with said Commissioners and with strange rapidity She formerly son Montgomery Ala Bosworth Holli purpose of living and paying for turn- June 17 I pike roals in Fayette county said roads sundry witnesses on a claim of land of measured in height about four feet nine davsburg Pa Hood Covington Ky inches Now she is a foot taller Her acres surveyed tor Anthony maintained by the county free Everhart Atlanta Ga Misses S Russell soe in order to establish said survey and growth was uniform and she has almost Letcher Dovey Letcher Mary Flise of loll to the traveling pablk marks the entry calls for which entry is outgrown the bed on which she lies Helen and Iaura Bennett Mary Bur Lthfaia freaks as follows Anthony Bledsoe assignee Her head almost touches one end her nam Minna and Anne Crutcher MarLightning from a clear sky killed two of Wiiliam Cooks enters four huudred feet the other The mother confirms the garet Chenault Lau a Walk9r Mane story of the strange growth lyhorses belonging to Carroll Hamilton by virture of a certificate Jb Physicians do not mdertake to ac Â¬ Harber Messrs John and George Mc which were grazing in a hundred acre ing on the head of the fourth branch of Roberts Rohards and Fisher of Danville - Creek Ivlgewood last air near his home aliout half a mile above count for the unnatural growth of Miss Kv Frank and Walter Kinnev Paris Daugherty Tint say it is unprece Â¬ Bath conntv Monday This is one of deadend trees on the branch w hereon was A F Dudley Washington I C Lin aksof lightning we ever marked W C Fntered February 21 dented dell P vans Glasgow Montana F W Daugherty is a niece ot G M nd a preemption laid adjoinr beard of They were standing close to-Clay Washington D C W S Hume W and the sain one thousand acres said market trees Piffeuderfci a clerk at the United States B Bright K 1 BurnamCK Shaekleford Quartermasters Depot in Jeffersonville was killed supposed to be at Thomas Turners son Noah iarretta ft W R Shackelford J S Crutcher C W Daniel Daughertv tier brother is Superby lightning while riding along the pike of John Tumer where we shall rm Trihble Waiter Warfield Neale Bennett Aingsville and Oiyuipia about the dav above mentioned by ten oclock intendent of the Richmond Ky gas T J Moberley E H P Palmer N V The horse in the morning in order to lake the works Courier Journal July 25th iv afternoon White T D Chenault Jr Cabel and Mr Daugherty lias returned from - uire Boon Daniel Boon which he was riding was also Joe Tevis BobJJ 8 Joe Chenault jhtning struck Gar Michael Stoaer and others to make Jeffersonville and brings the sad news of Tayior J Speed Smith Jr Jennings - death bj n atle a their rj ierpetual respecting said j leaf James and Lmis Neale John g on into claim and do such further acts as the rough the sa You cannot be well unless your blood McClintock T J Smith Jr William Blithe Therefore purify your blood rsea boi it pure - tnjo re j law di- Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Lexingtot aaar Preston Mt Sterling Times he bett purifier Hoods Sarkaparilia Awvded Gold MU Midwinter Fir San Frincue Â¬ - Nut ire f aagr As tlie OLnuz lis chanped owner Jewelry auction that commences next all person indebted to it hy ac Â¬ are requested to tattle at once Saturday morning Home big hanraioe count in store for you everything goes The old ItueiiMeB meat be adjusted and id nt delay FiaeM n in Kentucky Nearly I aaniaiaa Noland Salt ei of Whites Station was Cohen Fox entered in 20 rings at the Mr Joe Noland of Union City and on Friday offered 1250 for his pacing Fair and brought out 24 ribbons All of Mrs KliRa Sutton of Richmond were horn- And v The offer was refused these were not blue but wnen they were married yesterday Rev J 1 Wills off- Â¬ not head they were next to head Auctinn iciating The ceremony took piece at the Dant fail to attend D P Armers bijt home of the brides sister Mrs A E Caree Exaaiae the Catalagte MbavL AniivOocriri - Sill Ta Stanford Kan Cleared V60 t Â¬ Â¬ tni-ven-it- y Â¬ Aii Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ i - Â¬ 1 1 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- 1 ri i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 14 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ -r Â¬ i - i I The Stanford Journal reports Nelsoti The ladies of the Infirmary had the fan of Silver Creek tlid the hike face dining room privilege at the Fair last at the Fair Friday Nelson did not enter week They led well and had tMQ left And All Other Blood Dleeaeee How the race at all or there would have been when all expenses were paid Do you know where to get They May Be Cured a change in the moon Wet or Dry Bpeaklng simply from what Hoods Sar Hard At Work aparilla has done not only one or twice Local Option elections will be held in Rev J W Harding closed a series of three precincts Poosey Newby and but In thousands of cases we can honestly soy that it is the best remedy or all dis Â¬ meetings at Mt Zion Barren county last Biggerstair Saturday on August 3rd eases ot the blood whatever the cause week with several additions He will If they go dry so much the better for By its peculiar Combination Propor- Â¬ begin a meeting with the church at Beth- the Richmond bar rooms tion and Process it possesses positive any Bracken county Sunday and short- Â¬ medicinal merit Peculiar to Itself Marriage Lieenne Issued In July ly after its close will hold one at Salem It has cured the most virulent cases eorge Goodrich Vina Allen Harrison county He is also hooked for a of Scrofula and Bait Rheum even when J C Rowland EHaabetii dettea series of meetings in Garrrard county all other prescriptions and medicines Charles Pritchett Pattie Lunsfonl have failed to do any good this fall Winchester Democrat Vi iting Curds aad Wedding InviUttiiis Engraved r pi Ask Joseph Ambrose Bettie Samuels Blood poisoning from whatever ori- Â¬ Bike Accident gin yields to its powvful cleansing puri- Â¬ Andrew Renfro Lucy Hamlin On the home stretch of the bicycle fying vitalizing effect upon the blood It M James Warner Mary Belle Marshall you desire further particulars write to us raceSaturday afternoon James Ballard John Mcintosh Sarah Norns Remember that ai below fell from his wired in front of John ArOpposite Hotel tiiyndon Rii M Kv Iee Palmer Isahenda Hutchiiis nold who could do nothing but fall over Sjuire W Million Amanda C Xewby Ballard Injuries not serious but Arnold Wm T Wilson Alice Patnck Is the One True Blood Purifier prominently was considerably lacerated aliout the in the public eye today Prepared only by Ine Host Successful Fair Ever face his nose left cheek ami forehead C I Hood 4 Co Lowell Mass C 3 A Held all bleeding and torn He rested over Bold by all druggists f 1 six tor f5 Sonde and on Monday resumed his That is what the officers of the Fair e ttinnCT say All parties agree that the exhibition place at Covington t Mitchells Dillc Er he bwt tuuo r ui ptui Titer of shx k was the finest ever seen at the Telephone line to Bore Richmond Fair WoliTII OF Messrs Raw lings and Fish of Berea The attentlance was good especially NEW ADVERTISEMENTS were here yesterday soliciting stock sub- considering the weather scriptions to erect a telephone line beFxitenscs were not only paid but sev- Â¬ tween Berea and Richmond by way of eral hundred dollars cleared Kingston to be knon as the Berea CENTRA L Kingston A Richmond Telephone Co PERSONAL They have a liberal subscription already and said that the line would lie built Mr T J B Turner of Lancaster is Work will begin at once The right of The next session will open bB here way has nearly all been secured Berea Mrs ft B White and children are in is a live town made ap of enterprising WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1595 Danville people Mr John R Gilison is at French Lick vbA r The Preparatory Departaaaat will le Beginninsr at Home Springs taught by At the Berea Commencement Dr Miss Mary Pattie has returned from Pearson of Chicago gave to the college High Bridge PROF t oRlHlX PAXTttX M A BoOJJOO provided the college wuuid raise Miss Don W Russell has returned Principal Slauut0 To show the world what the from Iexington PROF J H CHANDLKR Jr B I people of Berea and vicinity think o f Mr Thomas Hampton of Winchester the college and its faculty a sultscrip And an assistant to In- appointed For was at the Fair tioii paper has bean circulated there and full information and catalogue apply to Mrs John Cunningham of Bourbon within a few days the list has grown L H BLANT0N well up into the second thousand all the attended the Fair A LARtiE sDCK F Mrs Mary Stockton has returned from donations being small ones Further Chancellor along the paper will find it way into Linnietta Springs other portions of the county when the Miss Maggie Jewell of Winchester is same w ill be still further increased visiting in the city Mr Al Curtis of Virginia is with relPoisoned By Ire Cream atives for a few days A patient of Dr Povntz who was reMrs James Winn of Winchester is covering from an attack of Flux ate ice cream Sunday at noon and at 4 p m visiting relatives here IB she was attacked with violent pains antl Mr Rice and wife of Stanford are vomiting which were due to putridity of visiting relatives here milk She was very much exhausted Miss Nannie Kane of Ixjxington is AUGUST 22 23 24 1895 and is still very weak but she will soon visiting Mrs F B Carr be well Her little neice aged 12 years Mr A I Darnahv of I exington More than 2Hiu in peeaafauaa also ate some of the cream She had came over yesterday besides medals prise c as tol violent pains and sick stomach but Mrs Parker Dudley of Winchester was to lie doing very well except sin seems lows 305 speed Saddle lnn ses among the Fair visitors is very much exhausted No blame can In unlet- to raise money I hi sheep rings bogs Mr Win Bean of Winchester is was be attached to the woman who made the eluded to offer my eat ire 90 poultry 82 grain 50 Bar among the Fair visitors cream as she purchased the milk aaetiofl to the higaent biddt Bee hones 395 Bicycle and othDairymen should exercise great tare in Mies Thompson of Mt Sterling are out reserve comment er race- visiting Misses Crutcher keeping their milk cans clean 8ATTJRDAY AUG 3 at II Mr 11 T Hunt of Clark came over Parson Crutcher Heard From Fisher left for Richmond this afternoon Fridav and saw the Fair And coBtinning dav and night unMi Kinney Te s July 22 IM g--on their hicycles Danville Advocate j ylB 1 til the entire -- took is Misses Maggie and Florrie Chenault Editor Climax Enclosed find money W F fjeaoalev antl wife of Ashland ille finest stock ever brongfat t for which please extend time for Ciim v are visiting in Versailles city ami somebody will et Remember what the old parson said about Miss Kittie Tibhs of Winchester was are in the citv at the led silt- af Mrs Schoolers parent who are seriously sick tine bargain I Why not yon tlie good whisky for the stomachs sake anions the Fair visitors -lam am not going to iiiit hii- Mr P F Sellings attorney at law preachers ought to get it at half price Mi s Willie Denny of old Paint Lick vvill continue at the old stand as London accompanied hy his wife is We are having too much rain for the visiting the Mi--Heath heretofore t make all m Mr IL C visiting his father-in-lagood of crops Oat and wheat crop half Judge lames Benton of Winchester LI and i naran- Braaddaa loss from rains and cotton badly damaged was visible here Thursday Mil- l- as lelilV e hyJMi II K lla iteiii Auctioneer antl in danger of worm The corn and Col Morris Long of Danville is here tee all Mis- - Mary Bridgeforth of Mt Sterling Ke iiet ttiillv grass crops immense and if vou have any Indian relies to Free silver tariff and all other cines is visiting Miss Katie Smith he will smile hlandly and thank spare Miss Hellen Turner of Shelby is visittions in Texas are now side tracked and you awfully the Corbett Fitzsimmoiis slugging match ing Miss Eariy P Chenault Miss Thelka Keller who has been the -is the theme Will it or not come off on Mr and Mrs Will Fvans of Lexington guest of Mrs i Befaafbaaaaa for the past Texas soil this is the question It are visiting Mrs James Tevis two weeks returned to her home iu Lexseems now that Galveston will snatch the Mr Slieltoii Irvine of Winchester ington Sunday plum from Dallas Yours came over and saw the Fair Miss Pearl Conner of Ittiisville Mrs S W ClM II IIEU Miss Bessie Crow has returned after a MagBJB Wilson of Kansas Citv and Mrs George No 3 live weeks visit at Versailles Ann Williams of Shelhyville are visi Aunt Mandys George Bronsto Mi Maggie Sharkey of Lexington is ting Mrs Ilsom Burgin came up Friday morning and explaine Miss Minva Park Phelps entertainvisiting at Mr John Mershons which Jeorge it was that killed the Ai Mrs C D Pattie and daughter Mi s ed the Vanity Fair Cluh in her charchorage Asylum patient He says the Mary are visiting in Frankfort acteristically elegant wav at Treaming Anchorage George formerly belonged to Creek Heights Friday evening Mr Richard Bush Hunter of WinchesMis T C Bronston Yellow George Mr and Mrs K C Walton Mis es ter is registered at the tiiyndon who has spent most of his time in jail Powell and family are at- Â¬ Sue and Martha Pnxton Boat and Mr Gov Ed and the penitentiary for the past fifteen M Alerson of Stanford dined tending the Iut rencehurg Fair years and who was sent three years ago with Mrs Mattie Alverson on High Mr J R Crooke of Burnside is visit- Â¬ for forging a check on J S Collins has street Friday served that sentence and is now in jail ing his old friends in Richmond Judge John D Ooodloe and wife of Walter Kenney came over on the at Richmond Indiana on another charge Richmond antl Mrs Emily tioodloe of forgery Also that he attempted to special from Paris this morning Simmons and daughter of wensloro I r Tom Willis and obtain money under false pretenses to son of Finchville will arrive to day to visit Mr and Mrs help him out of his present trouble are vi iting relatives in Richmond W i Goodloe Danville Advocate Aunt Mandys deorge doesent fool Mr John C Billiard and family ol Misses Agnes Catlett of Owingsville away his time in prison but stays at Lexington are visiting relatives here Bettie Owings of Mt Sterling and Mary home keeps the wolf from the door Mr David Chenault and family of Oilers aililitional intlucements to late buvers by inau Jones of Silver Creek are visiting Miss and when there is nothing else to do Lexington are visiting relatives here Kathleen P yntz who has just returned puratiag a no profit sale By this is meant all Goodi mav wish that it would not be wrong to Mr Thos IL Shanks of Stanford was from an extended sojourn iu the country o4 wantetl Profit in the house must now move think he would like to smell of a drop of at the Fair a guest of Mr C E Smith Von can have tlie good old red licker only the money wanted Fl Rev W Keller of Bardstown Dr James aud Mr Higgins oil men spent an afternoon and night this week fit 33 ami as an iiuluceiiiint profits are cut oil and late buy Death ot James L Allan at Panola have returned from New York with his old comrade Dr J M Poynlz This is how we do it ers get the benefit James Louis Allan died at his home at Mr J S Searcy of Anderson county one of the attachees of this paper en Allansville Friday morning of tvphoid fever aged fifty two ytare He was the a promfuent distiller was at the Fair jo veil the pleasure of hearing these veterans talk of many gixid tl Now buys Ginghams that were 7jC Mr W C irant Berry the shoe evangeeldest son of Judge Frank S antl Kliz No bin- - onghams that were Mis- - I aura Walker elegantly entertain- Â¬ aheth Allan and had lived all his life in list was in town last week with his eye ed a large nuiiilter of friend at her lovethis county His first wife was Miss picked Susie Oldham daughter of Orthonile Now buys Ginghams that were IOC Mr Tom Lnxon of Lexington former- ly home on 4th Ave Thursday evening Oldham of Madison county She lived ly with Powers o lagan this place in in honor of her guest Miss Hood of Covington A Louisville orchestra was only a year or two and diet without here Nov b ivs those beautiful Piques that were U present and a SBpeill supper added to children He afterward married Miss Miss Thekla Keller of Lexington H And those beautiful Dimities that were 15c the many pleasures of the occasion Sue Hart daughter of the late Jesse G visiting And those beautiful Organdies that were i c at Mrs Schafhuusens on Third Hart who with three sons and three Anu those beautiful Pucks that were i Wnen Traveling street Aua those beautiful Crepons that were 15c daughters survives him The remains Whether on pleasure bent or busine s Misses Ida and Katie Park of Irvine were interred in the cemetery here Sattake on every trip a bottle of Syrup of urday afternoon services at the grave by are visiting relatives and friends at Fox- rprJ Now buys those beautiful French Dimities that were 30c Fis as its acts most pleasantly and effec- Â¬ town Rev B B Bailey of the Baptist church And those beautiful Zephyr Ginghams that were 3c mm frtLI tually on the kidneys liver and bowels President G H Poague of the HuntAnd those beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were 25c Winchester Lodge No 20 F and A M preventing fevers headaches ind other 3HJ also assisted in the funeral ceremonies ington W Va Fair saw the Richmond forms of sickness For sale in 50c and Fair For years he was the leader of the Demo ManNow buys those beautitul Swivel Silks that were ioc bottles liv all leading druggists cratic party in Ooodes precinct when Mr C B Miller of Louisville formerufactured by the California Fig Syrup every election meant a hard fought bat ly C S express agent la Richmond h Co only Now buys those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were 75c tie Clark county loses one of her best here c Mystoct 01 carriages buggies men Winchester Democrat Miss Mary Belle Kash of Mt Sterling is the hanjsomest and most stylish in the is visiting relatives and friends at Fox Reduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other words Eussinthe Fair courtrv Give me a call town almost cut in half A great manv suitable for earlv fall Those who attended the Richmond Richmond Carkmgr Works wear This is an opportunity that onlv occurs occasionMiss Jennie Ferrell is visiting her Fair from here came back very much ally Take advantage of it if you want to save money S L MidkirT Proprietor 39 pleased with the Fair in general but aunt Mrs H J Lynch at Huntsvilh 8 C Now buys that Big Towel that we sold at 10c A dose of AVA Sti rcH in Time some of them were a little dissappointed Alabama I Wills and family of George- Â¬ ers Pills ha- - saved many a fit af sickness at the way several of the strings were Rev J Now buys that All Linen Towel we sold 120 tied For instance in the big saddle town are visiting triends here at their but whtn a remedy does not happen to be at hand si hj ailments are liabe to be Â¬ stake for mares and geldings Friday Lin- old home VV Now buys that Towel we sold at coln county had three splendid entries Misses Emma Duncan Sallie Hullett neglected and the result frequently is seOnlv a few iett of those Elegant Shirts Wits 7c now now buys the Shirt Waist we the Shitt Waist we sold at f W A Tribbles Kate Malloy Lo- Â¬ and Jesee Rutherford are the guests cf rious illness therefore always be supplied viz for those Silk Shirt Waists we sold at sold at and l with Aters Pills gan Dennys Francis P and Samuel T Mrs D H Myers 450 There is not a thing in the dry goods line but what the Harriss Lady Harris and only the latter Mrs Sallie Webb of Liuisville is visnething Sales Agent Wanted price has been reduced on it Give us a look and see for yourself mare got a tie and that was no better iting her parents Mr ami Mrs Harvey For Richmond and vicinitv 7 so now buts those Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold for fig Commiso 10 and 11 than third Nelson Rowlands bay geld Cobb at Red House sions paid wili warrant storekeeper Clothing that we 10 now buys those Elegant Mens Suits of ing won first money and Ball Bros of Canvassing curing our outfit of samples Miss Fannie Parks of Garrard county sold for 1250 1350 and 15 Woodford second Lincoln county has ami Miss Gibbs of Waco Texas iS 1 15 now buvs those beautitul Mens Suits tht we sold for are and soliciting agents can make more than no desire for more than her share but 20 and 2250 ordinary salary Correspondence requestvisiting Miss Klla Parks In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same when such mates as Kate Malloy and two or three refetences Sen ed Mr Silas Cobb and family of Omaht way Erancis P are overlooked by the judges Si Blown Philadelphia Wanamaktr 75c now 50c now buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for 75c she does think she has a right to kick are visiting his parents Mr and Mn buys our Colored bhirts that we sold for 125 now buys our H Cobb at Red if Nati Our clever countryman Mr S T Harris red Shirts that we sod for 150 Judge Wm Walker the Democratic My store will be closed until Septemwas congratulated on all sides for the sucII S J c nominee for Representative from Gar Â¬ ber 1st Have gone to New York to buy 0 much that you will not cess of his great little mare recognize former prices my fall stock Dont purchase elsewhere The trots were good in fact the best of rard county saw- the Fair Col 0 H Chenault and wife cf until ou have seen the only stylish and the season so far in this circuit The li lit trot Friday was won by May Day owned Fayette county are among their legioa cheapest hats in town you have only been thb h W close out mi HI every yard in the house and make p go C Hartman by W H Robinson of Danville in the of relatives and friends here Vio i is a no prorit sale We and ear This H Chandler returned Wed of 211 Prof J last time Letcher was second The thelisk Flour is not only the best ly ask you to give u a look and Blameless third The 223 trot was nesday after visiting at his home ii Flour sold in the city hut it is the cheap Â¬ We will save you money and give 10a gooJ tooJs and values also a good race and was not finished at Catnpbeilsville several weeks est Ixii So it li sells it at j4 30 per barie J Whertitt of Vicksburir dark Fndav afteroou Standford Jourrel is the guest of ber sister Mm nal y Pile Suppository The Junior Journal man was here but Martha Haley on Third street is guarantteJ to cute tipa he got too much to eat and lias had dys--- i Mrs Mattie McGowan has returned to tion or monev refunded 50 cents per ever since aud you must excuse er home in Atlanta from a visit to Send r and box him grandmother Mrs Susart White Free Sample to Martin Rudy Rejji S bJilipa and Morre 1 harrracist Lancaster Pa No Postals If your hair is failing out and turning P7iin gray the glands of the skin need stimula Â¬ j Miller of Winchester drove over Thursday Answered For sale by all first class r F ialfitiJ atrtii B frt ting and color food and the best remedy night and were at the Fair Friday druggists everywhere and in Berea Jarr8jSi Welch Jr and newer rta aad I hub Geor 76 JE Â¬ Scrofula Salt Rheum Letter Writers The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish STATIcDNERt H BROWN Hoods Sarsaparilla Hovla nuuus 15000 Â¬ Â¬ Iran JEWELRY 2r - AT AUCTION WINCHESTER Â¬ Â¬ FAIR ja i CNl wlvF Diamonds latches CLOCKS Jewelry Silverware And Novelties - f llv Â¬ iy I e- -- t Â¬ Â¬ Aiemer lMrihIIihlSJcSmhJrid ie3 MlJllJifgJs rSfittjpar MiMj Â¬ Â¬ NO PROFIT Â¬ SALE m HJSTRENG per yard per yard 10e per yard TErs v1onte m Sra Â¬ 5c Â¬ 7c Â¬ 1 Â¬ 20c per yard 35c per yard Â¬ 1 Â¬ 50c per yard 75 Dress Patterns Â¬ Â¬ 10c ijgj ic 1 1 Â¬ pal Â¬ 1 Â¬ t HUtl tell - Carpets and Mattings i hr to Si flj H J STREN6 - HrSfitpBlf Snitlr A Sufferer Cured tv season from the time I was two years old I suffered dread- mi erysii lis whicli kept prowinjf worse until my hands were Tin- - lnes softened let J ould iend and several tre now crooked from On my liand I carry large scars whicli but for is AVERS Sarsaparilla would rovult I was alive and able to carry anything Eieht bottles of Avers Sarsaparilla cured me so that I hi- - liad no return of the for more than twenty years Th lirst bottle seemed to reach the and a rsistent use of it has perfected the cure O t Davis ant una 1 AYERS Sarsaparilla VEK S THE ONLY WORLDS FAIB FILLS Promote Good Digettior THE HUMAN EYE The Text of an Interesting Sermon by Rev Dr Talmage Wonderful onstroetlon of rclir Mas- -- and the Splendor II I He That formed snltted In Heboid thr BBSS hall H Not St pe who is still absent on ininier preachinp- tour in the e t nil prepareii for Sunday a sermon on The All Seeing the text He that Psalm xciv shall He nut lsst iiiiirial orpan of the human e eye All up ami mors it extols it arraigns it Kive hundred and thirty four times it is men Â¬ Ir the liibie Omnipresence the Lord are in every livine care as tne apple of the eve Ha etoada the hitptmee taa eve Iride iin are their eyes Instil ere in the -Divine inspection earth udtenness iklinp ol an eye at the lht scrmiii - inday lijfli Me that formed the nior eve shall He The surgeons rfc the anatomists and the stand min h of the is of the Multitudes to p rave without any f the twn frreat mav -- Ihty aartaiBfj of infinite - have failed iu creat We eve wander irth trying- to see v on lit the most wonderful - not so womler hrouph sgie tninir elMpience and through the lectures on tartle ami Christendom of tiie liiitnii ii from all its one a ho shall the pterytro--ur-e and the sclerotica fO ItawJ tears that some We and in a of t he parlance which you v can understand e learned lias us what is and what we were Oh nc forth from md from the univ-r-itthe and take ie help of iders inonstra r atm If ical facts by the former part of my oali to bring out in a plainer f Â¬ tne latHe that formed ter part of my text I snnpose to the human eve r in structure n and Tiie eves of r h and e and moles and bats are very because thev iiave not There are injects with a bun hut the hundred eyes have less faculty than the human eyes siinmiDp- xhe sum- Â¬ mer pond has two eves under wa two eves alove the wa in ter but the four insectile are not ejuai to the two human eyes placed at the head of all living nres must have sunretne equip ment w rule tne blind fish in the Mam Kentucky have onlv an ed organ of sip lit an apolog v for the eve which if through some f the mountain they should uto the sunlig ht saisrht le devel ve eyesight In the first nesis we find that iod nt any consultation created the tiie trees created the u the fowl but wlien he was alwiut to make man he called a con on of Divinity- - as though to imply that all the powers of iodhead were to be enlisted in the achievement Let us make man Put a whole ton of emphasis on that word us Let us make man And if iod called a convention of divinity to create man I think two great questions in that conference were how to create a soul ow to make an appopriate window- for the Kmperor to look out of xl honored the eye before now He created it He cried until choas irradiated with the utterance Let there lie iitrht In other words e he introduced man into this e of the word he illuminated it ring it for the eyesight And so after the last human eye has been de final demolition of the ars are to fall and the sun is asc its shining and the moon is to turn into blood In other words after Human eyes are no more to be ed by their shining the chande- n are to be turned out to educate and to bless and to help the human eye set in the mantel of Heaven two lamps a gold lamp and a silver Lamp the one for the day and the other for the night- - To show how honors the eye look at the two hails built for the residence of the seven bones making the wall for each eye the seven tones curiously wrought together Kingly palace of d rich but the halls sidence of the human eye are o much as human bone is more sacred than elephantine tusk See how u eyes when he made a roof for them so that the sweat of toil should not smart them and the rain dashing against the forhead should not drip into them the eyebrows not bend- e but reaching to the and to the left so that the rain and the sweat should be compelled to crop on the cheek instead of falling into this divinely protected human ee how liod honored fact presented by anat- p and that trva ierv eye w suutters the ev lag and cosing anOUO tunes a day t veiakhe so constructed that they - seiectiou as to what thall be saying to the dust stay and saying- to the lu a or nide curtains the u pupil of the eve according a tae light Â¬ Â¬ -- i The eye of the owl is blind in aytime the eyes of some creat- ures are blind at night but the human eye so mar elously constructed can see both by day and by night Many of the other creatures of iod can move the eye only from side to side but the human eye so marvclously construct- ed has one muscle to lift the eye and another muscle to lower the eye and another muscle to roll it to the right and to another muscle roll it to the left and another muscle passing through a pulley to turn it j round and round an elaborate gear laag of six musclea as perfect as God could make them There is also the retina gathering the rays of light and pas ing the visual impression along the optic nerve about the thickness nt the lampwick passing the visual sion on to the sensorism and on the soul What a delicate lens what an eouisitc screen what soft cushions what wonderful chemistry of the hu man eye The eye washed by a slow stream of moisture whether we sleep or wake rolling imperceptibly over the pupil of the eye and emptving into A contrivance a bone of the nostril so wonderful that it can see the sun 9VOO0 OK miles away and the point of a pin Telescope and microscope in the same contrivance The astrono Â¬ mer moves and swings this way and that and readjusts the telescope until he gets it to the right focus the micro- scopist moves this way and that and Ijusts and readjusts the magnifyinggla s until it is prepared to do its work but the eye without a touch beholds the star and the smallest in sect The traveler among the Alps with one glance taking in Mount Kane and the face of his watch to see wheth- Â¬ er he has time to climb it Oh this wonderful camera obscura which you and I carry about with us so to dav we car take in our friends so from the top of Mt Washington we can take in New England so at night are can sweep into our vision the con Â¬ stellations from horizon to horizon So delicate so semi intinite and yet the light comimg 95 OOOooo miles at the rate of 200000 miles in a second is obliged to halt at the gate of the eye waiting for admission until the port- Â¬ cullis be lifted Something hurled 95 000000 miles and striking an instrument which has not the agitation of even winking under the power of the e There also is the merciful arrangement of the tear gland by which the eye is washed and from which rolls the tide which brings the relief that conies in tears when some tiereavement or great loss strike us The tear is not an augmentation of sorrow but the breaking up of an Arctic of frozen grief in the warm In gulf stream of consolation cpaity to weep is madness or death Tiank iod for the tear glands and that the crystal gates are so easily opened Oh the wonderful hvdraulic apparatus of the human eve vision Divinely constructed Two lighthouses at the harbor of the im mortal soul under the shining of which the world sails in and drops anchor What an anthem of praise to God is the human eye The tongue is speechless and a clumsy instrument of expression as compared witi it Have you not seen it flash with indignation or kindle with enthusiasm or expand with devotion or melt with sympathy or stare with fright or leer with villainy or droop with sadness or pale with envy or fire with revenge or twinkle with mirth or beam with love It is tragedy and comedy and and pastoral and lyric in turn Have yon not seen its uplifted brow of surprise or its frown of wrath or its pain of contraction If the eyes say one thing and the lips say another thing you believe the eye rather than the lips The eyes of Archibald Alexander and Charles G Kinney were the mightiest part of the sermon George Wiit f i enthralled groat Uages with hiseyes though the were Many a vith strabismus military chieftain has with a look hurled a regiment to victory or to death Martin Luther turned his great n an assassin who came to take his life and the villain fled Inder the glance of the human eye the tiger five times a mans strength snarls back into the African junirle lint tlioe best appreciate the value of the eye who have lost it- - The Emperor Adrian by accident put out the eye of his servant and he said to the servant What shall 1 pay you in monev or in lands Anything you ask of me 1 am M sorry 1 put your eve Hut the servant refuse to put out any financial estimate on the value of the eye and when the emperor urged and urired again the matter he said Oh emperor I want nothing but mv Lost eye Alas for those for whom a thick and impenetrable veil is drawn Oeroaa the face of the Heavens and the face of ones own kindred Tnat was a pathetic scene when a blind man lighted a torch at night and was found passing along the highway and some one said Why do you carry that torch when you can not see Ah said he 1 cant see but 1 carry this torch that others may see and pity my helplessness and not run me down Samson the giant with his eyes put out by the Philistines is mo e helpless than the smallest dwarf with visjon undamaged All the sympathies of hrist were sirred when he saw Iurtimeus with darkened retina and the only salve that he ever made that we read of was a mixture of dust and a prayer with which he cured the eies of a man blind from nativity The value of the eye is shown as much b its catastrophe as by its healthful a tton Ask the man who for 20 years has not seen the sun rise Ask the man who for half a century has not seen the face of a friend Ask in the hospital the victim of opithal Ask the man whose eye tnia perished sight in a powerful blast A- - tiie Bartlmeiia who never met a Christ or the man bon blind who is to die blind Ask him This morning ii mv imperfect way I have only hinte at the splendors the glor- Â¬ ies the woniers the divine relations the apocalypses of the human eye and gger hack from the awful portals of the physiological miracle which must have taxed the ingenuity of a God to crv oit iu your ears the words He that forrred the eye of rny test shall he not see Shall Henchcl not know aa much as his teleseopt Shall Kriiunhofer not know as much as his spcrtroscoiKshall Swammerdan not know as much as his microscope Shall Dr Hoke not know as much aa his mien meter Shall the thing formed kmw more than its master He that formed the eye shall he not i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ting greater or less contracting or dtia the old schoolhouse prayer meeting ai Hound Brook you said in your praver Thou God seest me and I had no pence under the eye of God until I became a Christian Hear it The eyes of the Lord are in every place His eyelids try the children of men Hiseyes I will guide were as a flame of fire thee with mine eye Oh the eye of God so full of pity so full of power so full of love so full of indignation so full of compassion so full of inercy How it peers through the darkness How it outshines the day How it How t glares upon the offender beams on the penitent soul Talk about the human eye as being inde- Â¬ scribably wonderful how much more wonderful the great scatching-- over- Â¬ whelming eye of God All eernlty past and all eternity to come upon that The yes with which we look into each tilers face to day suggest it It stands written twice on your face and twice on mine unless through casualty one or both have been obliterated He that formed the eye shall He not see Oh the eye of Gl It sees our sorrows to assuage them sees our per plexities to disentangle them sees our wants to sympathize with them If we fight Him back the eye of an an- Â¬ tagonist If we ask His grace the eye You often of an everlasting friend find in a look or manuscript a star calling your attention to a foot note or explanation That star the printer calls an asterisk But all the stars of night are asterisks calling your atten tihn to God an all observing God Our every nerve a divine handwriting Our every mnscle a pulley divine- Â¬ ly swung Our every bone sculptured with divine suggestion Our every eye a reflection of the divine eye God above us and God beneath us and God before us and God behind us and God with us What a stupendous thing to live What a stupendous thing to die No such thing as hidden trans Â¬ gression A dramatic asvocate in olden times at night in a courtroom persuaded of the innocence of his client charged with murder and the guilt of the w itness who was trying to swear the poor mans life away that advo cate took up two bright lamps and thrust them close to the face of the witness an cried May it please the court and gentlemen of the jury be- Â¬ hold the murderer and the man prac-Â¬ tically under the awful glare confessed that he was the criminal instead of tiie man arraigned at the bar Oh my friends our most hidden sin is under a brighter light than that it is under the burning eye of God He is not a blind giant stumbling through the heavens He is not a blind monarch feeling for the step of his chariot Are He sees it Are you you wronged He sees it Have you domestic poor pertubation of which the world knows nothing He sees it Oh you say my affairs are so insignificant I cant realize that God sees me and sees my Can you see the point of a affairs pin Can you see the eye of a needle Can you see a mote in the sunbeam And has God given you tint power of minute observation and does he not possess himself He that formed eye shall the he not sec But you say God is in one world and 1 am in another world he seems so far off from me I dont really think he sees what is going on in my life Can you see the sun 95000 000 miles away and do you not think God has prolonged vision But you say There are phases of mv life and there are colors shades of color -- in my annoyances and my vexa Â¬ tions that I dont think God can under- Â¬ stand Does not God gather up all the colors and all the shades of color in the rainbow And do you suppose there is any phase or any shade in your life he has not gathered up in His own heart Besides that 1 want to tell you it will soon all be over this struggle That eye of yours so ex quisitely fashioned and strung and hinged and roofed will before long be closed in the last slumber Loving hands will smooth down the silken So He giveth His beloved fringes sleep Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ retina dance at Birmingham Marshall county Saturday night The killing was the outbreak of an old feud Both men had many friends and they are thoroughly arroused over the murder which was committed without any provocation It is feared til at there wlil be more trouble Tensions O ranted Kentueklans Washington July 29 Original John Roark Manchester Clay Additional John Sigman Broadhead Renewal and increase Rockcastle Solomon C Elkin Log Lick Clark Increase John Ramsev Gray Hawk Melvin Johnson Reissue Jackson Farm iale Franklin Benjamin Ham Creelsboro Russell Klll d at a Dances Ky July 29 George Eg nor stabbed Simon Odum to death at a Padccaii Â¬ Fatally Wounded HoiKlNsviLlE Ky July 29 Perry Jennings was shot in the left side by Joseph Holmes and fatally wounded near Beverly in the southern portion of this county Jennings managed to reach the home of a physician when he became unconscious There is no hope of his recovery Returned W lthout Requisition Papers the prisoner who escaped from jail here last Sunday was recaptured in Gallatin countv III by Fred Lemon a citizen of this county Hall agreed to return without requisition papers and was brought in Declined to Make the Allowance Wasjmnoton July M -- Postmaster S B Holmes of Frankfort Ky came here to secure additional clerk hire and increased salary for some of his clerks but the post office department declined to make the allowances Shot by a Nerro Lexington Ky July 29 Bank Em bry a Louisville negro shot and dan- Marion Ky July 29 Wes Hall Â¬ gerously wounded John Williams of this city during a quarrel over a trivial matter Sunday Embry escaped Â¬ arrest Washing ton July 29 Fourth class postmasters appointed for Kentucky Joseph Waller Florence Station Mc Cracken county J C Sinallwood Peo worth Lee county Kentucky Postmasters CONDENSED NEWS Gathered From A Parts of tha Country Iclagraph telephone war is on at Grafton W Ya Ietween the Bell Co and the Standard The Italian chamber of deputies has adopted the commercial treaty beÂ¬ tween Italy and Japan The body of William Douglass who suicided by the laudanum route has been found at Wabash Ind Sine the outbreak of cholera in Japan 9000 persons have been attacked with the disease and over 5000 per sons have died Six Gatling guns intended for the use of the Hawaiian royalists are said to be en route to Puget Sound from one of the eastern states While in a delerium of fever Farmer Henry Bradshaw living near Paris Tex shot and killed his wife his lit tle daughter and himself Eugene Dill wanted at Muneie Ind for alleged horsestealing was arrested at Portland Dill is a young man whose parents reside near Dunkirk At McArthur O the ticket office of T railroad was broken the C H V open while the agent was at dinner and 24 25 all that was in the drawer All by Â¬ taken am KENTUCKY Th NEWS UtHt Newi From All Parts of tba Common wuaitla Â¬ RELIGIOUS EXCITEMENT insane under the stress of religious excitement Saturday morning and whetting his knife announced that it was his God imparted duty to sacrifice his sister He made a slash at her throat but fortunately a number of people were present and disarmed him before be could do futher harm A revival has been in progress there for some time and being a deeply re- Â¬ ligious man of emotional temperament he became devoid of reason He was also greatly grieved that his wife and child attended that celebrated dancing picnic given a few days ago for the benefit of the church He went insane once before under the pressure of religious excitement He will be taken to the asvlum Â¬ Â¬ Causes Ric ard Cooler to Become lnsui He Attack Hl SUter with a Knife Vanckbi ro Ky July Kichard Cooley of Fairview suddenly became The remains of a boy were found on the Erie railroad tracks at Akron O He was a stranger there and has not as yet been identified Ha was killed by a train The yacht Valkyrie III is now well out at sea bearing westward the hopes of British yachtsmen and others She sailed Saturday for America and was given an enthusiastic farewell Rev William Edward Beecher brother of H W Beecher died Sunday at his home in Brooklyn in his vSd A sudden attack of stomach year trouble which resulted in his death occurred only three days ago William Upshur who murdered Joseph Davidson near the Kentucky and Tennessee line in a duel concerning the affections of a woman was cap- Â¬ tured and jailed at ClarKsville Tenn making ten murderers in jail and two out on bond Ten citizens of Beaufort N C all prominent in business and social cir- Â¬ cles have been arrested on warrants issued on the affidavit of J W Aiken special agent of the Mutual Reserve Fund Life association of New York for defrauding six insurance compan- Â¬ ies Services were being conducted in a negro church near Mitchells Station Ala when the report of a pistol rang out and the preacher Eli Williams fell dead in his pulpit the ball having entered his heart The assassin is be- Â¬ lieved to have stood outside the church building at the time he fired sllirtitly Â¬ Weather Forecast Washington July 2ft Kentucky warmer variable winds FIRED THE JAIL Vrlaoners Ucaperate Attempt to Get Their see 1 The recoil of this question is tremen Â¬ dous We stand at the center of a vast circumfereDC e of observation No pri- Â¬ vacy in us eyes of cherubim cycb of seraphim eyes of archangels eyes of We uay not be able to see the inhabitants of other worlds but jkt hspa they may be able to see us We have not optical instruments strong enough to descry them Perhaps they have optical instruments strong enough to descry ua The mob not see the eagle midsky but the eagle midsky can see the mole midgrass We are able to see mountains and cav- Â¬ erns of another world but perhaps the inhabitants of other worlds can see trie towers of ou- - cities the flash of our seas the marching of our proecs the white robes of oar weddings the black scarfs of our ob equies It passes out from the ruess into the positive when we are told in the Hible that the inhabitants of other worlds do come as convoy to thia Are they not all ministering spirits sent forth to minister to those who shall be heirs of salvation But human inspection and angelic inspection and solar inspection line compared with the thought of divine inspection You converted me 90 years ago eaid a black man to low so said my father Twenty rears ago said the other in About 10 oclock Friday night someone supposed A Prairie Schooner to be a confederate of some of the A novel adaptation of the house boat criminals confined in the jail fired Idea to overland pleasure has been lames Sowards big stable situated worked out by a wealthy Kansau With t block off and while the entire pop- Â¬ his wife he started from his Kansas ulation of the town was trying to pre- Â¬ home a week or two ago on a summer vent the spread of the flames the prispleasure trip to the far northwest in a oners were ripping off the sheet iron big prairie schooner built expressly lining of the jail corridor and boring for the trip and fitted with most of the their way upward through the tim- Â¬ conveniences and comforts of a sumbers However finding the boring mer cottage The wagon is process too slow for their limited than ordinary size even for a of more prairie they set fire to the tim- schooner time The bed of the wagon is bers and the nine prisoners would un Â¬ floored over and on this is constructed doubtedly have been burned to death a substantial house of canvas had not the flames been dUeovered A strong 400den framework It has with winlarge section of the jail roof was torn dows in the sides and doors at each off and after a great deal of work the end and is compactly and cozily fitted Are was extinguished The wheels are low and have very wide tires In this conveyance the people Hlackborn Will Ware a Red Hot Camwill travel over the prairies and the paign Versailles Ky July 29 Senator western trails as fancy dictates just Blackburn is expected home from as a house boat party lazily drifts Washington Sunday or Monday and among the Florida bayous beginning next Wednesday he will be heard from daily upon the stump He Curious Custom In Holland intends making an active campaign When young Queen Wilheimina and will visit every section of the state visited the other day the marvelous between now and November His ap- vaults at Maestriche which are one of pointments for the coming week are the sights of the place she was re- Â¬ as follows Bald Knob Franklin coun- Â¬ quested by the authorities to inscribe ty Wednesday July 31 Peaks Mills her name upon a marble slab in the Thursday August Frankfort Fri- wall which bears the signatures of day August 2 Carlisle Saturday Au- Â¬ many other sovereigns Dutch and for- Â¬ gust 3 Mt Olivet Monday August 5 eign prominent among them being the Senator Blackburns lieutenants here autograph of the first Napoleon are greatly encouraged over his pros- at the very moment when she Just was pects for re election about to comply with the request three tiny gnomes sprang out from lehind a A Marshal Kills a Doctor pillar and exclaimed Gbatson Ky July 29 There is tiie time honored in accordance with custom Who are great excitement prevailing at Wil you lard a town ten miles south of of that dnrcs aid your name to that William the Silent and of the many here on account of the town mar- Â¬ illustrious rulers of the Netherlands la D shal Landers killing Dr Queen Wilhslmiaa who had been preII Williams by shooting him through the neck The marshal had Rooert pared for this little piece of pantomine I am the daughter of this Roberts under arrest for shooting replied through the drug store door at that King William III whose signature you place some days ago and it is under see here and his successor to the throne stood that Williams tried to release of Holland whereupon the gnomes Roberts and was killed Landers has three small hoys dressed up for the oc casionbowed low received some coin left town and retired Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gbkexii Liberty Ky July 29 southerly Ohio Fair wanner winds becoming south- Â¬ erly Indians Fair slightly warmer variable winds becoming southerly becomtnf Fair tally wounded Mirs hurer He then turned the weapon upon himself blowing his brains out At St Louis a Nepro who won a cake walk was stashed to death by a je ilous rival A bo named Hurvey iuthrie wis smothered to death in a wheat bin at Seymour Ind while playing At ft NVitro picnic near Ky a small riot broke out between whites and Some three hundred shots w re fired blacks When the smoke of battle cleared away and the whites were forced to ab Odea the Held it was found that the Negroes had th ee men and two horses woundeJ Te wnites had one man shot but not s rioislv It is thount I sal the selection of the jury in the Durrant murder trial at San Friarlem wtH est be completed before eight or ten diys UgMalag wrecked a tenement house at Lo Â¬ rain O Mrs irla Ross is thought to be fatal- Â¬ ly injured Maj Tter says the settlers are to blame for all the trouble at Jacksons Hole Indians in Â¬ stead of whites are beim massacred seven dead three fatally wounded and two dangerousl hu t is the record of a series of assassinations that have occurrod in the last few davs in the Italian settlements near New Orleans eiov Iulbertson in s proclamation forbids the orbtt Fitzstmmons fight to take place In Texas The Superior national bank of West Supe- Â¬ rior Wis has failed al Victor Adams the mur- Â¬ At Maderia derer of Judge Baker was lynched bv a mob Otto Pfennegworth aged 60 years hanged himself at Cincinnati financial trouble and old age the cause Ed Carter bell boy at the Grand hotel Cin- Â¬ cinnati was crushed to death in the elevator shaft Margaret Nichols step daughter of Con Â¬ gressman Bellamy Storer is t wed a French marquis No defense will be made by James J Cor bett against his wifes charges for divorce Holmes the alleged murderer hag become alarmed His bravado has taken flight and he is now conjuring hts brain to seek some method for combatting the evidence tnat has been piled up against him in Toronto Phila delphia and French I nine an alleged notorious post office robber is under arrest in Louisville At Columbus O Edward S Hau htwort s travelim- - salesman kissed his dying wife and then committed suicide Denny Lyon whose knee cap was fractured some tiome ago was unconditionally released from the St Louis baseball team The reported massacre of the settlers of Jacksons Hole by the Bannock Irdinns seems to have taken place only in the m mis of the courier Pittsburgh Oil Market PlTTsBtKOH July Ml The oil mar- Â¬ ket opened Saturday on Pittsburgh and Oil City exchanges at 130 Stand ard Oil Co s price 81 35 Very Clever Girl Â¬ Â¬ THE HORSES TAIL Frequently It Indicates the Health and Strength of the Animal In well formed horses the tail should A Courier Reports Indians Burn- Â¬ be strong at the root rising high from the croup the direction of which it fol-Â¬ ing and Pillaging Houses lows When this is horizontal the tail Is gracefully carried especially when The United States Troops Arrive and the horse is plowing With a power- Â¬ ful good shaped horse it is often car- Â¬ Camp at Jacksons Hole ried upward or even curved over the back especially when the horse is I emhi Indians Join tha Hostlles In the lively The health and strength of Jacksons Hole Country Murders Were the animal are according to popular Frequent Both Whites and Indians notions indicated by the resistance Had Very Little Regard for Life the tail offers to manual interference Market Lake Ida July 29 The and by the way in which it is carried Â¬ United States troops on the way to To some extent also it affords an indiJacksons Hole reached the south fork of cation of the horses disposition A fidgety horse usually has the tail the Snake river at 1030 oclock Saturlike the ears always in motion when day night Camp was broken at daylight and Rexburg was reached at about tc kick the tail is drawn down 830 a m by the advance troops the ward between the legs when the ani- Â¬ main body arriving two hours later mal is fatigued or exhausted then it is The camp Sunday night will be on drooping and frequently tremulous Canon creek twenty miles from Rex- Â¬ and with some horses when galloping it is swung about in a circular manner burg Gen Coppinger has engaged Deputy or lashed from side to side There can Sheriff Hawiey as chief of 6couts and scarcely be ary doubt also that like also John A Carnes an old Indian the tail of birds it assists in the horses scout to guide the troops through the movements as when the animal is galmountains Uawley and Carnes b th loping in a small circle or rapidly say that the killing of the Indians around a corner it is curved to the inthree weeks ago was simply a massa ner side With well bred horses the hair of cree perpetrated by the whites The leaders of the twenty seven white men the tail Is comparatively fine and who captured the sixteen Indians were straight and often grows to such a length that it reaches the ground Steve Adams Wm Crawford JohnCraw coarse bred horses may also have the ford Frank Peterson Frank Woods Billy Belvue Joe Calhoun and Wm hair long but then it is usually very thick and strong and more or less Stannings It is now extremely dangerous to frizzly though soft curly hair may oc- Â¬ reach the point where the Indians are casionally be noticed in the tail of encamped Twenty miles of dense for- Â¬ thoroughbred horses In some horses est lie between the main body of set- Â¬ there is a tendency to shedding of the tlers and the Indians who are en Â¬ tail hair this like that of the mane sconced in the most rugged portion of tail forelock fetlocks and some other the Rocky mountain system rivaling parts is permanent and not shed at in ambush facilities the lava beds of certain seasons as in other regions of the Mexican war If they are inclined the body the horse is then said to be rat tailed and there is a popular to be hostile it will require several thousand troops to dislodge them and saying to the effect that such a horse the starving out process is the only one is never a bad one In other instances that will be successful According to the tail hair falls off except at the end of the dock where it forms a tuft the scouts who accompany the troops Indian scouts well acquainted with the and the horse is then cow tailed or mule tailed Nineteenth Century country where the Indians are en- Â¬ camped fear the present quiet of the THE FARM MECHANIC Indians means that a trap has been prepared for the troops but every pre- Â¬ How He Can Make a Simple Hot Effec Â¬ caution will lie taken to prevent a rep- Â¬ tive Wagon Jack My jack shown below has been in use etition of the Custer affair A large body of Lemhi Indians prob25 years Make the slanting piece A ably 150 have joined the Indians in and the upright C of any light strong Ja ons Hole country A large party wood The handle E is made of inch of ludims at CkuOaasM were observed hard wood Cut a slot F in the upper on the niht of July 25 to be watching ends of each of the 2x3 pieces and deep by means of fires and signal arrows enough to receive the handle which ar ovs to which were attached flam- Â¬ should be 4 to 5 inches wide at the uping material shot in the direction the per end Two by 3 inch bolts are all rei ircemeota were to take The that is needed to put together Bore morning of the 26th Indians were the lower hole in the handle a little seen to have changed their course to below the line of the end hole so that the direction taken by the flaming when the thing is put together and the arrows during the night handle end of the lever is brought Chicago July 29 Despite the de- Â¬ down the upper end of the support C nials from Boise Ida and from Washis thrown in a little past a line drawn ington in regard to the alleged mas- from the end hole in handle to the foot sacre at Jacksons Hole a local paper has the following dispatch from Market Lake Ida Late Saturday morning a courier from the Teton river valley reached Market Lake with a dispatch from some ranchmen who are barricaded in a ranch in the valley this side of Jack- Â¬ sons Hole The message reads Use every influence to hurry the soldiers forward Indians are murder- Â¬ ing burning and pillaging For Gods FOR OILING WAGONS sake lose no time The courier can of the upright C wlalch would hold not tell what was the extent of the the handle at this point without any massacre at Jacksons Hole The torch fastening 3 4 has been applied beyond the range and in A and Bore or half inch holes insert pieces of half inch fires could lie seen at night round rod letting them project li inch to keep the axle from slipping down SUNDAYS NEWS CONDENSED Hew off the upper side of A from the Toe more horrible murders are credited to lower pin down to an inch thick at Holmes acinunt That of Anna Powers and lower end to make it lighter L W Emiiie Van Tassel Petit ic ns by the thousands are pouriny la Frost in Farm and Home nkint for ex cutive clemency in t Maria Barberi unler se teace of death In New HANDY ARRANGEMENT York fur the murder of her false lover At im in ni Eddie Koevea a rejected loses Convenient Combination of Grain Ponltry TORCH APPLIED IMPROVING PASTURES It Can Be Done Only at the Expense of Morh Time and Labor KEHTUCXT CENTRAL RT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There are pastures that have never produced as proti table crops as the trees on them so says a speaker in an address before the Maine board of agri- Â¬ culture To get anything out of these pastures to day you have to send cattle scurrying over a large area to get what they should get on six or eight acres The result is the cow works herself to death and works the butter out of her cream and the cream out of her milk A cow shonld never take any more exercise than is absolutely necessary for her health lecause exercise costs money costs food costs milk ami butter A cow that has to scurry over a large area to get food will not begta to give as much milk as one which can get it on a small area and lie down and chew her cud and rest Xov the question is what to do with these pastures You cannot fertilize them with manure because that disgusts the cow Consequently what is known as grass dressing prepared by fertilizcr companies is a good thing In thse pastures you have failed to re new the value taken from them by grazi 1r You have kept them fir m seediiir They need resceding They need ilso to tie broken under plowed and harrowed The ordinary slantiiur-tooth d harrow is a good thing to use In is early spring as you can possibly get on to it go over this pasture with a slantimr tootl ed harrow and give it a good mixture as much as possible a mixture of June grass and white clover It is an excellent com binat on If you choose a little red clover Then follow with your dressing and if you can give it a dressing of land plaster which is a good thing In future handling of the pasture that is run down divide it Cattle tread down at least three or four times as much as they crop Say take a pastu e of forty acres and divide it into three parts Put the cows into the third this week the next third the next week and the last thiril the next week and right back again and you will find a large improvement in the croppage and also in the character of the butter and cream an improvement in its flavor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ firoula Miss Delia Ota sons of Boston Mass I have always suffered from writes hereditary Scrofula for which I tried various remedies and many reliable physicians out none relieved me AI I am now well to you as L BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra Kentucky to All Points North Houth and South west feel that it saved me from a life of untold agony and snail take pcasure in speaking only words or praise ior me wonuertui nc uicine sad in recommending it to all TrestlM on Blood and Skin 11 mailed free takings bottles 01 I in very grateful Through d train service between nati Middlesborough and Knoxville Cincin- Ky fiirfti1I g Tenn gjSWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY and Points on LN 8ekale No RR is KsVt Jane o IsjV I In the Nature of a Warning Elderly Relative with mcansj Al- Â¬ fred this young Miss Peduncle you want to marry what kind of girl is she Young Man with expectations con tingent on elderly relatives last will Aunt Bachel she is and testament the best girl alive She plays the piano beautifully she can paint on china speak French like a native and Plays tennis I snpixisOh yes shes a capital tennis player Rides a bicycle To perfection I Im wear bloomers Er sometimes Orimlyi Youl better find out if hicairo Tribune she can cook Â¬ Â¬ OUTH UOUND Lve LVc xres Daily No 5 Daily 811 a at Cincinnati 755 pat Covington 819 an 801 p m 948 a m 908 p m ve ralPioutli 1043 aas Lve tvnthiana 950 p m 1118 am toi pir rr Paris n n 1055 pm is 10 Ait Lexington 1125 am Lve Paris 025 pin Winchester1 1310 n n 1055 Pm Arr 1055 a m Lve Winch aa pml Arr Richmond m pm p Tl pm LvcRiciimond Lve Berea rr Livingston Lve Livingston Lve London rr toiiun Lve t01 ti tve Biirbrvllle 11 115 142 p 240 p 310 p 352 P m m m m 1145 1207 1X5 125 p a ni 2m Her Decollete Gown She talked of the ball and those whod be there And asked If h d go He pleaded ho re lly had nothing to wear She kneir that was so But neither have I she then hastened to V Arr Jeliico rr Knoxv ille Ive Klchinoml rr Rnwliiid Arr Siini for NORTH Lve i Lve Mililesh li rr CumM ap Lv CumM Lve Corbln Lve Willianisbg 445 P ra 445 P m 530 p n 600 p in 640 p m 217 310 310 352 430 505 525 am am a a a a a am m m B m m MIP pm 425 pm 4 550 630 p m 800 a m op 300 a m 358 a m 425 a m BUlNH No 2 Society says that yo may With perfect propriety go there that w y He answered I 1 Ex Sun M Dally Dsily 720 am MCI No 4 cant dont you know Chicago Evening Post AN INOl IGKNT HlsltANII FARM MACHINERY Some Buy Too Much of It and Others Mot Q lite Enough One may easily go to either extreme on alriost any question This is cerÂ¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tainly true in the matter of buying farm implements and machinery A prominent place iu the causes of failure of not a few farmers should lie given to their habit of recklessly buy ing farm machinery when not needed and of neglecting to care for it after it is h mght Where one has a good implement or machine it is folly to throw it aside and purchase another because of some trifling claimed im- Â¬ provement On the other hand it is at least equal f illy to c mtinnc to use nearly worn out or inferior tools neg lectin r to avail oneself of important im A noticeable tendency of provements agriei lture in the prairie regions which arc so admirably fitted for the use of farm machinery is to reduce hand alxir to a minimum It is not only attemped to doalm st ll pnrts of field culture work by the aid of horse drawt machinery but to do it with the smallest possible number of men Wide cutting or gang plows harrows or eul ivators or seeders and so of mowe s and reapers are becoming more common Many of the new ma chines arc decidedly bettor than the ohler ones of the same class some are not It many eases it will bo a clear gain to buy new machinery just as in others it would be a needless waste of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c ij 7 S rmri 1 Arr Richmond ve Knoxville Lve Jeliico Lve Wllliamsbg Air Corlii Lve Cr m Lve Miildle bli Lve Piiieville Lve Hi brvllle Xrr Corbin Lve liinin ve Rowland - a 1110pm 11 9 50a m ra 7 40 a i 15 Arr Livingsion Lve Livingston rr Rchiiiotil Lve Rii lminl Arr Winchester Lve Winchester Arr I Lve I exuigtot Lve Pal Lve Cyntiiiana Ive a ml Berea 620 a 7 10 m 3 9 a rr am 425 a mi 505 a mi ml 6o3 a m 71 am 7 Ive Falmouth 700 a ni 752 a ni 821 a m am 9 1074 a m 1030 527 a Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati J J an - MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOlND No 10 Wife- - Tom f Ex Sun Dally I Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Ilusbaiwl could you let me have No I couldnt Im busted - a T X C 3 W ft Iexliigtoii Pxrts rr Millersburg Rarltata Johnson Maysville SOUTH 700 745 808 827 N am am am am am 9 945 am Ex Hun 620 a 72 m vv Lve 44 BOlNU Daily f Carlisle Milersburg Vrr Puns 1 XMlgtoll Covington Cincinnati or freight ad Fn- - tu- Johnson Maysville am 1024 a m i and I og House The accompanying illustration shows an arrangement by whicli the poultry grain and hogs can be brought into proximity an arrangement calculated to lessen the work of caring for both kinds of stock for both are to no inconsiderable extent fed on grain The plan calls for a story and a half build ing with two wings one of the wings for the accommodation of hen and the other for the hogs pens for each being arranged along the sunny side with a walk extending the length of the other side The central grain building has a chamber where a part of the grain can be stored in bins the latter having chutes to convey the grain to the first floor If this central building cui have a cellar so much the better for in this Â¬ two wider than the old one with no in- Â¬ crease in draft it will soon pav for it- self If equally good work can lie done with a harrow which cuts fifteen feet instead of ten the saving in cost of labor vill soon equal the c 1st of the harrow ne or two bushels increase perac einthe yield of corn on the urea which can lie cultivated with a good cultivator will make the price of a good cultivator in one year Prairie Farmer money If tl e new plow will cut an inch or Y m Judge ther information rates on F i Ticket iiiil Emigration ARK -Oh I simply wanted chan c for this fifty dollar bill which papa gave me to day Husband Why sure heres forty Wife 8r - SOUTHED RAILWAY Between In Kentucky SHORTEST ROUTE Louisville and Lexington in Fffe t ESS dollars Ill owe you ten Li8 M II FlftlWI I ii -- 1 Partaken Of Prevlvntly Bowie 1 could swear nulmdv has taken my hat off that hook since I hung it there this morning Ive been here GOOD WATER GATE all day Bought the hat new when I The Poles Are so Fixed That the Water bsssjm down town It was a perfect fit Never Gets at Them There it hangs just as it has hung all I setd you a drawing of a water gate day An yet it isnt the same that I helped put in and that I think This hat is a whole size larger than hat the is the uost sensible thing of the kind ine 1 put on that hook this morning I ever saw and I have had considerable How do you explain it i nee with such gates Take Appleswim Spirits Chicago Trib- Â¬ eirht or ten strands of No 11 wiri and une fasten them to a tree or post on one side of ereek about eight or ten feet Crests and Crusades from the ground Cut several poles It was during the crusasles that crests were introduced in England Richard I adopted three lions passant that is j passing or going by which are still emblazoned on the royal shield of -- I ISStt 3 o9 Katlt Lv I ud nisvile Ar I Ar Ve Ar Lexnon V etibound - I Bsv 4V I No V Lv Le tr Versa T Ar Ar L Chair ii Trails os and i 7 jpm carry Free Obseri Kaslb iftn1 Lv Louis- iie Ar Lawrence urg Ar BaarodslMrg Ar H ig n No 13 Nn 11 CONVENIENT COMBINATION FARM ING BIIID can be stored roots and vegetables for the use of fowls and hogs the cooking of these being done in a boiler set on the first floor The building should be so arranged that runs and outside pens can be arranged in front of correspond ing inside pens in two wings The building should be upon well drained ground American Agriculturist Â¬ frnrni p Batfo o- - Jsnn Ho IS n England t THE MARKETS t rrAc Success In Plant Growing There is a wonderful amount of truth in the following statement Some persons have a knack of making all kinds of plant- - grow in the most unfavorable I think circumstances tins is partly owing to a magnetic attraction existing between such persons and their plants The plants seem to know that they are loved that they are household treasures that Â¬ Â¬ long enough to reach from bottom of creek to the wire above Flatten the large or upper ends and bore an inch and a half hole through each one Now n n the first named wires throuirh these boles anil fasten the ends to a tree or post on the other side of creek Distribute these poles evenly on the cable and nail on boards as indicated in the cut If high water takes off the boards the poles still remain as the water never gets them Farm Journal ihicken is no longer as good as another hxperienee shows that there is niuci difference in the quality of fowls Black Minorca Andalusians Black Spanish llmdans Light Brah inas I ulT Cochins Langahana and some srains of White and Plymouth Rocks are eorvsidered tlv best for raisiiiLr eggs for the En One CaWOantsn July ST Ftot r Spring patent J37V pn g fani y 35ci3aJ spring family winter patent 17iit lyo winter fancy 34la 3M winter family taOoalltt VeisTa Wheat sales No 2 winter at 70c sample Mlway c and do at 59c on track choice by sample n at at 7 c in sicks at the river Coas sales No I white at 45c No I mixed at 431 ic No Z yellow sold at 4 yellow ear at iTeoH SVMe Oats Sales Old No I at 30c in elevator Mulold No - mixed at SKc old No 3 mixed sold tai lu Lv B Ar Harro tsbirg Ar Lawn-m-eburAr Lo liville 7 iam East bo Bad No 1Job n Ur--etow- IJOpai tles boaasl No 7 1 e txoee 415pui - 711am 44vni 1 tafHt a Hia0u choice medium butchers 4360 pers one car extra iTie Market strong 1 Fair to good ship butchers S4 50s0u 440 common 5 astt Hund No No 3 fi I Hoos Msrket steady butchers every new leaf and flower is as welcome as the new words and expanding thoughts of a baby to its mother Apparently unconscious of this they do their utmost and in places least adapted for house culture of plants we often find stands or individuals equal to the best greenhouse specimens A TKRKIKLK RKI Â¬ market young woman with a pretty little voice but with no great possibilities in her singing has laid out a course for herself which is so decidedly shrewd that it may well be worth noting She devotes herself entirely to Scotch songs most of them the old ones of Burns or Scott Now every listener except the severest musical critic whom she could not hope to satisfy in any case is sentimental and likes to have that sentiment catered to by means of the ear The singer has taste and wit enough to eschew Annie Laurie and Comin Thro the Rye save by request when her compliance gives an added charm of kindliness- - She bunts up sweet old tunes and pathetic words and after the most brilliant performance of her rivals she seats herself at the piano and like the heroine in the lackadaisical novel she charms her audience by running her fingers over the keys and singing softly some dear old song or other Ah that is a very clever girll A Â¬ lKCUOS novels suppose Mr Forthflohr It is not realistic to me for can hardly think such things exist as I rend at here Mrs Skinner What is the title of the book Mr Forthflohr Mrs Fullers Cook Book Puck 1 1 tot In His Experience Mrs Skinner the landlady You ap- Â¬ pear to he very interested in that bock Mr Forthflohr One of those realistic light West sad North vest Veai Calves Connections at Lexington for all points in ths light H seV ust Knoxville Hot Spru s Asheville Sheep and Lambs -- Sheep Market steady Extras S5ilB0 good to choice rS0t3ua viie Chattanooga Atlanta an Florida Common to fair Daily Except Sunday SdJia Lambs Market arm Extra 5oo 52S good to choice 4 004 B T SWIFT A WHEDON 475 common to fair tJ iVti 75 City Ticket Agt Pass A Tic set Agv Chicago July ST Lexington Ky Lonisville Ky Calls on September wheat opened at 74ic W H GREEN J M 0 LP sold at 74c last price 7414c Puts opened at o le n Superintendat Traffic Mgr sold at 7 c last price ISM Washington L 0 Waaiin uu P C Calls on September corn opened st 43o W A TURK C A BENSCOTKR sold at 44sjC last price 4 ic Huts opened al o as Agt Asat ii P A 42ic sold at42Sc last price 4 c Washuigtou D CL luioxviila Tlss Toledo o July 7 Wheat Firmer No I rel cash and July V August 7c September 75c No 3 red cash iSc No white 7tc Cokn DuiL No 2 mixed cash 46c No I R I BR ii 20 pckers satswSsYJSi common a BIOSta16 OOJi 10 good and rough Sft3ejt49a -- Market strong fair to good common and large 47 1 Lv Lo Lv Vers Ar Nk ij ssvllie Ar Rii limoutl Ar Irvine Conne tioi- I00am - 4 pm sjsssj i do 4 c N R J57H OatsDuH Rte Firm ioverseed mixed cash 23ic No cash and Aueust Mc Quiet ash 1600 October 2 No Rain Makes a Change A little iron A cunning curL A box of powder A pretty girL A A homely girl With a freckled no e Away It goes little rain PlTTSBCRCH Pa J Cattie Receipts lUht and market steady Prime 540 good1130 480 good butch- Â¬ ers HO04 u rough fat 13 75 375 bui stags and cows 17530O fresh cows and springers tlV40 Hoos Receipts light market dull best grades 15 30 540 common to fair to 10 525 roughs 3V dull export H008A 40 good 70 90 fair tl 40 I 210 common 0ejl00 spring lambs fc0U3 450 ex--0- Time Table No fect May tA ST BOUND 24 In Ef- Â¬ 12 1895 2NP A M 1ST CLASS CLASS N N No Nc Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sub -- Rehoboth Herald BS9 -- Ll THE THE FIGHT BEGAN Yes got to grow They were at a baseball game During the afternoon they quarreled over a chew of tobacco Bush stabbed Hale in the breast and the latter died in half an hour Bush was caught after being chased two miles The men friends Bush asked Hale for some tobacco and the latter refused him in fun Bnsh became angry One word led to another and the killing followed Â¬ Chew of Tobacco Cannes Murder Padi ah Ky July 29 Alfred Hale was killed by Henry Bush Sunday A A the seat of an immense volcano has been discovered by Prof Bayley of Colby university Rome of the evidence Is in the presence to day of great sheets of lava stretching over the northern part of Vinalhaven How long ago the Maine volcano was t yet been determined cing y many g from the state interesting and conclusive evi dence that Knox county Me was once Much Volcano In Maine Â¬ waterways separated from the open gulf by narrow banks of sand A man named Grant straightened a part of the passage by digging a canal to give deep water at a point where a wide detour used to be uecessary He set up a little lighthouse to aid navigators and then charged toll upon all vessels passing through The passage was of some importance during the period when north aDd south were fighting over the defenses about Pensacola Â¬ A Crimson Water Wy One curiosity of coastwise naviga tion in the Gulf of Mexico used to be Grants passage on the inside route from Mobile to Pcnsacola The inside e is made by crooked way of Â¬ so old that gents wont make room for me in the cars Life Good Trait Jack There is one thing I like about old maids Harry What Jack They dont say they did this or that lono- - before you were born -- N Y World Exclusive its just too awful to think Ive New Yobk July FLouR Winter wheat low grades 3 110 do fair to fancy 4330 380 do patents 1400 445 WHEAT Firm No 2 red store and elevator W iWHe f o b 77c ungraded red 78c afloat 70 c No 1 northern 77ac c elevator 47c afloat Op Â¬ tions dul declined 14 on local realizing closed Arm July 4ec August 474c Septem Â¬ ber 4844c October 47V4c May 40ic OAis Caeh prices No 2 2srtc No 2 white 32Vc No 2 Chicago 29ac No 3 o No t white 3IHc mixed western 3Jc white do JX n 5a Versailles- Nichslatville Valley View Millioa Rich Union Moberly Pras field PanoU Irvine WEST BOUNI Irvine Panola Brassfield Moberly Union nI N - AM lo 27 11 T M 6 40 7 35 7 58 8 12 8 8 55 10 12 10 55 11 20 12 12 1 1 A Si 10 11 32 1 45 m r is oa in 40c 12 14 2 17 JO 1 30 pm 0 00 45 05 A M P M 1 s ttftoc white state 3 Milicent Miriam whom she snubs Yea 1 hear that some of her teeth even dont move in the same set as the others J udge Change for the Better Well the heiress has accepted Brown ne says he teelg as if he was vn Iking on air A by is very exclusive They say that Mrs Benton Dick Me Btissl C1 4 40 Cattle himin 4 30 2V medium to good 45 Steers 44 shppn g 5 steers 4254S5 common to fair steers fctiA 5 6415 1 40 5 3o 5 00 Hocs Oood to choice medium and aeavv 20 2 57 5 30 34 uAru uiu iienry aunntSi 00 S lOl Valley 5 57 good to choice light weights 1620 526 65 5 3 35 VersaiK 7 45 Kr spring Iambs 1100451 35 extra yearl ngs 3o J 75 good tochoice te common Aa yearlings 3 15 35J BfALO N Y July 27 Trains between Louisville an I Versailles daily eraeOOftlO old to fair cows S 501350 - between Cinciaaati and Nicholasvill daily Hoes Light Yorkers Isstl5 plg sv s nncct with S mthern Railway to grassy and Michigan Yorkerstostrasas C5 T with the C N good heavy tie mixed packers SkM P 10 aad fron ood cora nd five ao lie about six 75 Good to lDiAiAPOtis r 1 m Ind July J r st 2T 5 3 30 1 Dr Worlds Fair Highest Award Prices Cream Baking Powder wake Yis rain hasnt touched a drop fer a heard that Casey had stopped Harrv Thats better than living oa His oisjvln Judue Aim LAiraa Best mixed sheep light to good 2252300 culls and ansa moa llWcio good to choice tcmlM 175 extra quotable u zasssms - h i aa Pattatcngrr 450ij tssa urmafinn aii A i CM BRf enctcoden