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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 T IX I the Ruin brta umber Col TO RICHMOND fB K 1I NEGRO VOLUME MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S WEDNESDAY PROFESSIONAL COLUMN SE1TTAL STTBGESY AN EXPLOSION The Gumry Hotel Denver Partially Demolished Col I MORTALITY IN VaJ CITIES I1 Mothers Friend Â¬ m NUMBER GOLD 11 0 AUGUST 211895 Govt Report DR A WILKES SMITH I EXT A i Kkmicky Samr building Rear Portion of Building a Five Story Buck Falls and Takes Fire byai Has ABSOLUTELY PURE dolph conntv have been started up with a full force All arrangements are being made for a large output of coke from these mines this fall and 4 Orricr Main ticc bottled to deuti- P - M Si reel Ofn e vntl Persona Have Been Reaened Frnm Hnrtly lurt- - he Itorllea of Seeril More an He Seen In tie Ue- I Killed Inknown A L HARRIS M I f I KUHMOVD KXOWLEDGE Brines comfort and improvement and leads to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with expenditare by more promptly the worlds beet product to the netils of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in ttie remedy Ryrup of Figs It- - excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and ant to the tate the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative effectually cleir ing the system di iulling colds headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession liocauo it acts on the Kid Iiver and Bowels without weak Â¬ ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance rmp of Figi is for sale by all drug n 5c and 1 bottles but it is manufactured by the California Pig yrup Co only wfcoce name is printed or every package also the name Syrup of Fit- and being well informed you will not t any substitute if offered Â¬ Â¬ fc Oftcr in fc work a specialty mldmg Maia street Office hours 9 am 4 C J2 j A MORGAN YATES RGAX YAT1 HESTISTs A Kentvcky r Bank Mam Street oer aladitoa National 3 WELBY W HEROIN dejttist Mxn - - - Kkn- - ver Clenault procerr Ko 6 Second PHYSICIANS DR O A KENNEDY - FHYBKIAN AND 8UBGI - KhNTCCKV to o and 4 5 re t lock up ij-- DR JOHN M i Kksitcky TRY US Fresh Meats Fresh Fish Vegetables WE KEEP THE BEST W EVANS - M - I mom Kenticky from the pra ticc of medicine nrvm n to uiv- - iherase on Second ii r 1 1 ayior Ken r Resilience r Third Street Yeagers Jewelry 3- - DR H R GIBSON YUCIAN Ai SUMGEOJf Kiv and ao lore Sec77- - And soil nt reasonable prices You can always obtain value received for your money with us Your nnl rs delivered any place within the corporation - HOOKER Y VETERINA I BVMGBONt M M Hamilton 2 C T Co - a Specialty WELLS Manager Richmond Ky corner Main St DR A H BTEWAET LODGE DIESCTCEY MASONIC PHT8ICLAW AND SURGEON KrM IkV ATTOEZTS EPHEN I PARRISH SEY AT LAW I - CKV Etc Tree of delate terms lent u rite me 46- - Richmond Commnnderv No 19 Reg ular meeting the first Tuedav in each Vintinj Sir Knights are c month V y invited to ait nd P Armer E C J Sjved Smith Recorder Madison lolge No 1S3 at Kirkarillr neets Saturday evening before th- - full Richmond Lodge No 2r meets second nd lourtl Tues iavs in each rnonth S P Deathera je Master J Speed Smith arv Kirhmond Roxal Arch Chaper No 16 meets third Tue da in each month D Armer H P J Speed Smith Sec Â¬ J A SULLIVAN ATTOMNEY AT LAW Kin A J Ross W moon in every month M B F Cotton Secretary Kingston IoJge No 311 at Kingston Satnntaj evening before the fall moon in evert mnth T C Witt SecI M Boen W M retary Waco Lodge No 33S meets fourth Saturday in every month W F Felder W M Â¬ Tarpin Secretary John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Union City meets second Saturdax in very monOi John D Hamilton W M lohn L Gritt- - Secretary J H Ianiel Boone LnoCC No Wm Bennett W M S Old month ham Secretary Berea Lodge No 017 meets the first Saturday in each month at 7 oclock p m L Robin oii Secretary E T Fish Ma ter O o F 1 tura 44 at Boonesin t er - meets ever Textile No their hall on Main street S H Thorpe N G F G ParriA V F razee Seen tare L Boore Encampment No 40 meet evert irft and third Thursday Rl Odd Felotv L Z Hall on Main strett Richmond Taylor C P L J Krazee Scribe 1 Mdion 1 iv at KNICIITS Amitv 7 rl OF HONOR irn fridat hall at W No Idee jniug e 14 K of H meets in tin- Odd Fellow W R SHACKELFORD ATTOMNEY AT LAW Kkn Rice H oclock Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Dictato- - Will practice in all the Courts l IUkIc ume 31 r Office over Rich No 43 K P tnerte ev Wlie ery Wednetday evening at Odd Fe hall at oclock C W Tudor C C C C Hooker K of R and S Ijge Capcrt Real Estate FOR SALE mw The house and lot in Irvine Ki A loev known as the Riddell house tn i uiin a a bargain and TAYLOR BROS Dealers in HHRDWKR E Tinware si Stew A large stock kept constantly on hand Camp immense FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural Im plements of all kind t t fine h 40 inch s hook coil quantities of hard wood and and poplar imbrr r hundred acre coa and tim i tnd on the waer ot Sturgeon at a bargain Ore nti K acre of Ian f K Creek Kv The R N I n the irt--e- n BUILDERS We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need alike sneciaitie of roac ed LNItl u x LK m Hind ROOFING SND GUTTERING tereu ner of Oak and aVdieiae That Hakes a Man Htivtlf old and have health I am a ave to hustle for a eara in out b rtion K Lol I Young fruit and tood spent on Broadwav Rich iu t veafs I bd The workers are organizing rapidly and will demand better pay and short-Â¬ er hours At Sleepy Eye Minn a heavy rain- Â¬ storm occurred accompanied by sharp lightning and heavy thunder LightÂ¬ ning struck the Roman Catholic church at Morgan Minn and com- Â¬ pletely destroyed it In a scuiling- race at St Louis Sun Â¬ day afternoon Miss Ros Rosentheim of North St Louis defeated Anna Fabian of North St Louis for a 100 purse Time teXk The distance wa one mile with turn The eleventh annual Kriegerfest of the Detscher Kriegerbund of Amer- Â¬ ica opened at Columbus O Sunday It is an association of ex soldiers of the German army who are now citizens of the Inited States A special from the City of Mexico sion says A boy named Garcia who twice All the fire department and oolice placed stones on the track of the H- Â¬ were at once summoned to the scene idalgo railway the second time caus Â¬ and calls for reserves and ambulances ing the wreck of the tram was exe- Â¬ folic wed in a short time cuted Sunday at 1achuea Two women were taken out aliout 1 Archbishop Kenrick of the St Louis oclock They were serionsly injured diocese was 89 years old Saturday and it is feared that several bones had The venerable prelate is very feeble in been broken body and mind and is rarelv able to The bodies of several more can be leave the archepiscopal residence even een in the ruins in the rear of the for a short carriage ride building The rescuers are making A special from Ures Mexico savs ail efforts possible to reach tneni but the hacienda of Jose Veragui north- proyress is retanied by the mass f east of there was attacked by a band iron and wood intertwined amonir of twenty five Yaqui Indian braves which are electric light wires wnieh They killed three cowboys employed auK trreatly to tne danger on the hacienda and burned a large lhe ehief of poiine was on the mm grain store house and directed the work of rescue mean while watching the front wall which was expected to crumble KENTUCKY NEWS All meanner of wild rumors as to the loss of life were afloat but the life could not le ascertained Sunday Ths Latest News From All Farts of Its nicht It will probably be sometime Cwaiuioiiealf h Monday liefore the uins w hieh caught THEY MET fire immediately after the explosion will lie cool enough to allow of a Married Parted and Will Now Be Sud search deuly Divorced 1 he explosion was caused bv the Lkxisgtox Ky Am- - 19 -- The Nich bursting of the boiler in the basement olasville sensation has resulted in a di of the hotel The lower floors were vorce suit Munroe Faddis the voung wrecked and the entire mas- eaught Jessamine county farmer who stole tire the flames shootlnn- rapidly up away the daughter of P A Tate of through tne remaining floors th s city and married her at Nicholas A reneral alurm yvas turned in and ville on Tuesday last has beei made the firemen quickly resoonded and be Â¬ the defendant in an action for gan tie rescue of the lii I km divorce filed in the Fayetteville circuit At 115 Monday morning the fire was court by I A Tate as the father under control but the smoke haniriiiL guardian and next best friend of Mary about the ruins was so dense that the Faddis a minor The petition alleges firemen tvere unable to proceed wuh that Munroe Faddis and Marv Tate the search were mamed in violation of the laws of the state that neither of them has OVERCROWDED BOAT arrived at the proper ae e of consent Capsizes and 1 hrow the Occupant Into and that the license under which the the Water Snven Out of Ten llrimnil yvas marriage ceremony was mi nv Md Autr 9 -- Several fraudulently obtained performed lives paid the penalty of the overcrowd Brutally Killed His son ingof a small sailboat and the unreason Primkton Ky Aug 19 Willis ing fright of the women aboard who a colored man living six by springing to one side when tne lit- Â¬ Johnson miles from town killed his 10- tle craft shipped some water overturned it aiil threw its occupants into year old son in a brutal manner He the water The boat contained ten was whipping the child with a stick persons and of these ten onlv three when he knocked it down lie t ien Dut his foot on the lads neck and kept were rescue whei the boat capsized on beating- him in spite of his wifes Tbe dead are m Storrs asred 45 years a sin painter his wife Vis entreaties When he took his foot off the child was dead the neck having Laura Storrs aged 38 their two daugh He will be arrested and ers Ida May and Eva I and la rears been broken may be lvnehed by the colored people respectively Lnlu ani Lena Hall sis ters need 16 and is years resnectivel y oi his neighborhood The Dog Saved the Family of Lisbopville Del and Miss Myrtle Lawrkxckbcbg Ky Aug 19 A Stevens aged 14 years of Shelby rill fine shepherd dog is the hero of the DeL The Storr s fnmily were residents of hour in the Pinchern neighborhood He saved the lives of seven people by lhiladelphia and live at 4 849 LancasThe rescued ter Avenue The bodies of Storrs his his persistent barking wife and two daughters and Miss family is Maj James Ingram and six Their home caught fire Stevens have been recovered but those daughters about midnight while all were in of the liail pirls are still in the waslumber The dog realizing the dan- ter ger jumped against the front door STORM AT PITTSBURGH and by furious barks aroused Mr In- Â¬ Boat Overturned and the hamoermald gram who escaped with the Jfiris Drowned Damage to Property Heavy while the house was falling in A Scheme to Defraud Farmers Ill iwauauu Ia Aug 19 At 1030 Sunday evening a strong wind and LonsviiiK Ky Aug 19 A scheme rain storm struck this citv coming to defraud the unsuspecting farmer is from the east-- The tow boat Lud beiny very successfully worked in K ofer ing at the wharf en the Mo some sections of Kentucky The man noagahela river yvas overturned and who manipulates the fraud gets an enMillie Limbaueh a chambermaid was velope and a blank from the nearest drowned The crew and others esWestern Lnion telegraph office He caped Trees were blown down many then goes into a neighborhood singles houses uprooted cellars flooded and out a victim address the envelope and although the storm lasted only about ye to him drives to the house li minutes the loss throughout the delivers it and collects city will be quite heavy Voodoo Doctor in Jail Fraxkfoht Ky Aug 19 A Negro Ranged to a Telerraph Pole Jupitfk Kia Aug 19 Sam Lewis was arrested here Sunday morning on was tan en from jail by a mob tt 5 a charge of attempting to assault Alice hisley colored in her own room His oclock Sunday morning and hanged to telegraph pole in front of the court- Â¬ name is Henry Garrard and he claimed e a sort of hoodoo promoter He house and then riddled with bi Several weeks ag o Lewis shot down had threatened to conjure or trick ex Tax Collector John Highsmith and several Negroes so they could not leva Negroes made threats of lynch- Â¬ his nephew John Davis because they reiused to kneel and apologize for a ing but all was quiet Sunday night fancied insult Col Kodenbaugh Better Ky 19 Aug Drs Ykksaiiiks Teenier Defeat Harry Parker Welch and Neet held a consultation St Loris Aug 19 In a sculling and expressed the opinion that Col match over a three mile course with SV C Kodenbaugh turn on Creve Couer lake St Louis to have been fatallywho was thought wounded by W county Sunday afternoon for a purse week will recover Lane of SiSO John Teemer ex champion of Newton ill havelast examining w an trial here iie world defeated Harry Parker of Lane next Friday August 23 for the murthe North End St-- Louis Rowing club der of lames Rodenoaug h Teeiaer gave Parker tea seconds Teemer s time was 185 and Parkers Mrs Hudson Idoutttics mllh 1955 LUINGTOX Kv Aug 19 At sunset Earthquake at Belgrade Friday night Mi Mary Hudson idea- Belgrade Aug 19 A short but tiheu Henry Mitchell Smith ss being harp earthquake occurred here at lro who assaulted her Wednes day Fearing mob violence Circuit lu25 o clock Sunday night Judsre Parker and County Judge Bul CONDENSED NEWS lock ordered Jailer Wilkerson to sum Â¬ mon fifteen guards to protect the pris- Â¬ Bathered Prom All Parts of tbe Country oner which he did By Telegraph Fscaped Prisoners Recaptured Hon J Mott Smith ox member of Pa MS Ky Aur 19 L C Newberry the royal cabinet and ex minister to an las Stone of Berry station capWashington died at Honolulu Sunday tured George A Ta3lor James Clark morning and Harry Stewart who escaped from Hog cholera or some peculiar disease the Iaris jail near Morgan station resembling it has been Killing off swiio Newberry and Stone ran them for in the neighborhood of new Cumber seven hours through corn fields before Two hunored have capturinif them berland W Va so far died Hoys Fight With Knives At Berlin the foundation stone of k Ky Aug 19 -- James Bennett the moument to Emperor William I and iorne aged 15 and 17 re- was laid Sunday by bis grandson Em- Â¬ vety engaged in a fight with peror William II with tne most impos- Home re Â¬ knives Sunday morning emonies in the side six inehps - Marion 111 Fred Hisbolm shot tt was stabbed in th ntly killed Wm Malke and s recovery is doubtfu Wm Heed with a double ba - at Lawre rcebnrg shotgun it was the result of a quar Â¬ Ky Ly Aug 19 Jas rel over a game of cards holt of the Russian Im ot hen azil guard and Pri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ August 19 The Gum Â¬ ry liotel on Lawrence street between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets was completely demolished by an slmrtly after 12 oclock Mon day morningIt is not kpown positively that any one was killed but at tins hour t a tn six or seven peo- Â¬ ple are missing- 1 he rear portion of the building a five story brick feil Oiortlv after the explosion Tne front wall is expected to fro down at any instant and this keeps the firemen from prosecutinz the search for the missing from that part of the structure The hotel while uot a larre onetvus filled itn g uests The help of the hotel which sleep in the top door in in the rear portion of the building are thong ht to be missing Window g lass in all the building near trie hotel was smashed to atoms and in many cases the buildings were badly shaken up At lQN i a m five persons had been taken out They were pnests and were on the next to the top floor They were not seriously injured as the floors sank and were apparently not shocked by the force of the exploÂ¬ Â¬ Dfnvbr winter It is probable at Chicago will go on strike shortly workers employed in the sweat shops that 3000 garment lc Saussene of Charleston has been collecting statistics to determine the mortality among the southern city negroes It is well known the New Orleans Times Democrat that their death rate is very large but as the statistics of births are deficient It has not been possible to determine as I have been a midwife for many yet whether the negro population can vears and in each case where M MOTH- Â¬ maintain itself in the towns although ERS FRIEND as used ft sanaaM wa there has Ken a strosig belief tha it ders and ihortMMd bbor and lessened ps n it could not and that the negro population is the best remedy for RISING OF THE of the cities was kept up only by drawBREAST known and worth the price ing from the rural districts This Dr The Wright Boy- - Arrested alone no Ky Aup 19 The offi Be Saussene now shows beyond ques- for that M WiHTf sin Mrs M Brewster Montgomery Ala tion cials at Whitesburgh in Letcher coun In the fourteen years between HSO ty have issued warrants for the arrest Sent by Express or mail on receipt ot price and 1SU4 the deaths among the negroes of the Wright boys whom it is be00 per buttle Book To Mothers mailed lieved assaulted and robbed County in Charleston exceeded the births by it free Back last week near the 5I2 that is there wen Assessor John deaths for every two births The BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga mouth of Boone creek BOLD BT ALT DROOOMTS Charleston negroes are decreasing at Accidental shot a Hot the rate of SsS a year and the Rissfiiviii k Ky Aug 19 While negro population of the city would People fooling with an oil rasijr pistol James completely disappear in a couple of Taylor accidentally shot Meltrin Wells ration if it were not recruited a jed It The ball struck the boy over here The Charleston mor the left eve and he wiil die is n little less than that of Nev Oileais BEST HAND Society Vt nniea Guests of tbe Militia and allowing for this difference and the SEWED IN THE HaXDCaaoa Ky Aug 10 larger number of negroes here in ortier PROCESS Fourteen WORLD of the most popular society women of to Uci up It colored population Nnv i Degroea erery central Kentucky will be quests of the Orieaaa must draw Kentucky state yuards now in annual tear or ever- - decade to prevt nt encampment here an ai tual decrease W The heaviest mortality among the FACTS ABOUT DAILY PAPERS negroes Dr Ie Saussene finds among Out of every 1000 white the children A Steady Increase Reported In Their Num Â¬ children boru in Charleston 27 die he ber In This Country 2S0J fore they are one year old out of every 1T5 The latest newspaper directories 564 or nearly 1000 negro children show that there has been an increase for Boys every year since 1877 in the number of twice as many are killed off In Sa vannah the mortality among negTO For Men UaYtlla daily publications issued in the Knited is nearly three times as gTcat Wear W 1 On the other hand says the children Dnla hoes and save lYwaa Ai Klylrs and Dr De Saussene IAO ts SaO a pair leather has increases tat Cleveland Leader the number of triÂ¬ as among the whites by negro ten Widths 1 fiyures the now fallen to one third of explains these weeklies has W L dency toward immorality and vice and XsBern IhnisU -ilKie remain the lame ltiatnauieainlfrTceisttms-d what it was as far back as 1909 There the disposition to consumption which onsule W DoaiilsliuCKluMi s Suiduy has beta a gradual increase in the numis carrying them off by the thousands JACS FSESMAN ber of publications issued semiweek These facts will explain what puzzhd ly and the weekly paprs have also 4- Richmond Xgy a short time ago why the statisticians taoraaaed though slowly of late There the negroes increased so rapdiv in pop- Â¬ are fewer biweekly and semimonthly publications now tiian there were live ulation during one decade am so slowly tWe years auo all of these statements it the next The growth of the southern j Employ j should be e Wined applying to the towns and the large immigration of the negroes into them have scarcely all United States nd Canada I Young There wa4 a great increase in the tbe increase of the colored population In the country districts their death rate Men number of publications issued monthly iy7 is much nearer that of the whites lie H4cz4Ksr between ls7 and Ism but imtiwn tn iMOVlurum A hsff only 20 per cent higher whereas MIsttiMtlMsMW oar ad Teniae are fewer of these than in 8M and 1803 ments in part payment forahitrh grade Acme C to 115 per bfcTcle which we send them on approval No J in the cities it is from The increase over last year is small work done until the bicycle arrTes and proves j There has been a decided decrease hi cent more saiisiaciory on tbe the number of bimonthlies since 1801 YoUHg LadieS BICYCLES ARE UN ROMANTIC and the qaarteriiea have also liecome If boys orjrtrls apply they must be well less numerous than they were in Love Madnir Is Out or the Question Then WMBoama write lur particulars 1808 or ls4 KtilhiC on a Wheel The dailies alone have ACME CYCLE COilPANY If the virtuous lady who fears that not tailed to row in numbers every ELKHART IND year since ls77 Fewer publications bicycling is demoralizing to yooug were issued weekly in IBM than in couples knew how hard it is to con 39 Had sin ones lsl OsM year then there has Ix en verse even with nothingcompanion on a bicycle to say of gazing into or more than one in all kinds of periodicals except the daily his eyes and if she ware aware that paper The Sgarea for every class as one squeeze of the hand might resi It given in the Howell directory for ii a dangerous somer sault over a rear- Â¬ ing bicycle and that only experts can which is just out are as follows lide near enough together to be ve y Dailies iuii triweeklies 40 semi weeklies 881 weeklies 14osV biweek confidential and then only when both lies and semimonthlies iS5 monthlies wheels are geared exactly alike and ulimontlilioo v r - um mj attention of both tt4 - con- that the then concentrated on keeping is even The relatively greater and more stant growth of the daily papers as pedals from clashing the would retl ize that a bicycle rip discounts walk- Â¬ compared with other classes of period icals means that the American peole ing driving hor back riding or even are more and more hungry for the sitting in a roori for diTictflties in the latest intelligence of the worlds doings way of spooning The only way to inmeans so much more than and that the eagerness of the nation to dulge In a desperate flirtation when keep in the very front of pragraM is bicyling sa3s the lhiladelphia Times you imagine serious and V more marked than ever before The Is to get off your wheel and even a fatal diseases result Iroml improvements lately made in the telelady of great religious ferocity com graph the telephone and railroad serv bined with suspicious intelligence does trifling ailments neglected i ice have served the daily paoers well not havo to be told that it is not Dont play with Natures i and they have made the most of th ir sary to buy a bicycle nor indeed hire greatest gift health opportunities More and more they are one for the sake of sitting on a bench becoming the typical American periodby the lake with a loved one or wanIf you are feeling out of sort weak ical more popular and more powerful dering through secluded paths of the and generally ex any other The indications are park It is a great deal easier to flirt than hausted nervous have no appetite that in the future their relative multi- at tennis or badminton or golf or cro- Â¬ and cant work plication and development will show quet And far easier to keep onts begin at oncetaic even more than it has in the past their temper ing tha most relia ble strengthening superior vitality and the loaning of the medicine which is American people to the paper which i In the east it is customary to cut the Brown s Iroti Bit ters A few bot never liclated and never out of date lashes of female children while they tles cure benefit In the aye of clcctri city the period are sleeping so that art as well as nacomes from very first vlose leals of less frequent issue than the ture has something to do with the wont ttam yen daily paper frreat beautiful and popudrooping eyelashes of oriertal beauty teeth a i J it as many of then are can hardly lar pleasant to take The Weather Forecast for Moadar hoid their own relatively speaking Washington Aug 19 Indians and Ohlc against the publications which are full Fair cooler northwesterly winds of the nervous energy the freshness Tennessee and Kentucky Generally fa r Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver t preceded by showers tn extreme western porÂ¬ and the tt rse streugth of the telegraph tion cooler northwesterly winds Neuialgia i I UUUIC9 New Kyobrows Con tipalion Bad Blood We learn from French sources that a THE MARKETS Malaria Nervous ailments London perfumer has found a new way Womens complaints riNcnrsATI Ans 17 of fixingupewlashcsnnd eyebrows In- t Has crossed red ic Wheat Sales of sample re J at flBHc No t stead of painting then in the usual vul til- - v m i r All ether- - aro sub winter red at X5c rejected red at 58c on trac gar old style he puts the genuine old arti- prime red by sample at Otic wiT n lsaif c Btautiiul Worlds cle there and professional and amateur bovk free Cons -- No J white sold at SaUsc No S whits uir Tk ws a No - niixe at 2So yellow ear al4Jj beauties of the great city are locking to KPE MD him tobe made just too lovely for any- do at Uc on track AyeVAAi 2 white Is quotable at SHc No J Oats No thing The operation is said to be ex- mixed sold al 22c No 3 mixed at Slic mixed tremely delicate though by no means by sample at 21c rejected mixed at lte oa BRIDGEFORDS painful He takes a hair from theheadof track Rtk No 2 is quotable at 43c the beauty or if she does not like preCATTLS Fair to good shippers HWSOJi cisely the color of her own hair he takes choice butchers 4 iO aOO medium butch Â¬ RANGE one of any other color that she ikes ers 3 4H5 common fia-15lloos Select shppers 4i 47 J butchers threads an extremely fine needle with 60 SEE THEM the hair runs it alongside the r kin of 4ro 470 packers WS0i MU0rood light M00 common and routrh 44a the eyelid sewing sailmakers fashion Vbal Calves Fair to good light M TSQMSi EXAMINE THEM but leaving the loops sufficiently long extra 16 JO common and large S3 003475 oSpeep and Iambs Sheep Extras J3001J to enable him to cut them afterward riRCHASE them so that thy will form a rang e of beau- 37S good to75 choice i 0J 2 75 common a 00 Lambs Extras H50 50 fair tiful frinye and look perfectly natural good to choice t36O44Js common to fairti A For eyebrows he does the same thing aua Nw York Aug 17 but the eyebrow operation is of course Ft ub Winter wheat low grades I25C5 less delicate Arched eyebrows bushy patents fancy eyebrows straip ht eyebrows crooked 275 do fair to straights 810390 do do clear I 100 Minn J3J5as60 i eyebrows all sorts of eyebrows in any 1 1 color or shade or form this wonderful Wheat No 2 rod store and elevator 70VH perfumer makes for the ladies of Lon- afloat 7 14c f o b HH 7jc ungraded rel 734c don and it is said that his success is OJa74 No Northern nominal elevator 48r Corn No 2 47 ic something astonishing nominal ifloat O ts No i gAVc No2white30c NoSChl N i 3 white Cooked Breakfast While Asleep 377c mixed Cugo 7c Somnambulism has in all ages fur western a7aa do white and white state 7 A a nished many curious illustrations and Toledo Aug 17 among them may be noted one that oc e Wheat No Z red cash and Antra Lit- curred in a West Utica N Y resi- September 7c December Tc May 75sj 7e No- - white 98c 3 red cash dence a few days ago The husband No lis No mixed sash 4c and wife were aroused by the break mixed sepVember jjc May Oats No fast bell ringing in the middle of the SSsc No 3 mixed cash 20c 2 cash night They arose and discovered that RTI Na ver Steady Prime cash tUk Sep Â¬ it was two oclock but on hastily tember 5 10 October 6 15 December Jo i dressing and going down to the dining j 630 March I6S7H SOLO IN room they found breakfast ready and February Ii TSBrseH Pa Aug 17 waiting for them They were preatly - Receipts light Market steady it CattleRICHMOND alarmed at the condition of things for unchanged prices 5bO0 mediums M5S Hoos Prime light a Urst iraainwl tliat the hired 450 4 06 cemmon a heavy grades girl had suddenly gone insane After fair Yorkers 4 6 a few minutes however they discovsbxbp bupply is light and demand on 7 ered she was asleep She had got up fair market low on sheep at Saturdays prices started the fire prepared the morning prices Lambs about steady at unchanged meal and had it ready for serving but Baltimore Aug 17 was sound asleep ail the time The Flora Quiet2 o The S xt tilth Stove as sod to red spot and August PRVifl8i unusual thing was her failure to me December MR V S PR put on her shoes street No red lb- - Colored Population Id Towns Only K ipt I p by Recruits from the Country SILVER OR GREENBACKS Gibe msmg Br63S I Either will purchase more Dry Goods at White than at any other house in Richmond From now until July Â¬ 1st we intend to slaughter all kinds of Dress tions CrOnets for themselves Goolftllo Jlovesand Hosiery at prices that will peak Look at the following one third off 2 for- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mer prices for cash 10c lialf wool Cltal lis sold for now all wool Di ss Qawtfa at net cost In White 1000000 Wear and Silk Waist Patterns v have an endless assortment the reduction will astonish It VOu WLDouglas Shoes oo 500 will pay you to price them Hosicrv you - and ilovs which for quality and pri Gauze and Muslin Underwear at l40 300 cant touch elsewhere 400 35o nr jffY -- 250 200 your own price Give this 30 day cash nk your attention it will save you money We mean BUSINESS Â¬ lusjiectfully Â¬ White GREAT Mens Gibson d Mens Gauze LndershirtBalbriggaa - -- tTaktenamia iSSrtlLxrF ij long and short aJeerca 25c ms Mens BaJbriggaB Drawers Indies Vests 5 M et and 10c BARGAINS lfeai f 11 ill Shirts Vm- - up A Call large stok Fans to seht In Ve from and see them fore vou buv want to supply Â¬ v- - iiv7 tete-a-tete- Â¬ In Poor Health Browns 0ti Fans evervman woman and child in AT Riihmond with fans shut fans 4 Open ami 8 and lOe j A finer line at 20 To Ho and Dont fail to Parasols We have an ELDERS what we have in above line Parasols immense line of Umbrellas and Parasols at 11 i 9c up Robes 25c lip Â¬ BARGAIN Window shades KV complete Curtain Poles 15e up W sell more Envelopes and per for oc than you buy where for 2ir Pa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I else- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iron Bitters Â¬ Â¬ n STORE M8 Matting lljc per yard Table Oil Cloth 15c per yard inches wide 20 6 54 It Cures 4SSS88sv vwvvvv vSJSSsSssvvvVsiiH v H Tt 00 YOU WANT A Â¬ 1 fin WAGON WE SELL AS LOW AS WE AX Â¬ s ECONOMIST HtHAN LOWER EVER BEFORE - WE HAVE TOO MANY N fj AKr Af 1 hti - ASM KENTUCKY 33 Â¬ 1 CARRIAGE WORKS Erir Al tiHTKU n s SSWW CiisSSK WVWV - BEAUMONT COLLEGE FormrrlT niditbar Kv ciini AMM Har o the education Â¬ -- Â¬ Vn institution for the highest culture ot rttui o American ft i u d ounii jdc onlr Located nt one ot the loveliest pots in A nerica Each teacK C decrees r for solidity er a seci Perhaps the most extended curriculum to be found in any Southern female college Has drawn its students fm n j States Tn Smith A M Prist Alumnus University of Virginia 4 11 gOME BARGAINS FOR YOU I 65 o B R I Look At Look Look M E the following Specialties 25 Harrows for S20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Hills Cheap Cane Mills Cheap Evaporators Cheap CUE SB 1IQL A v steamer G A The word preposterous originally meant a process of rerersing the nat ural order of things such as indicated by the common expression pnttin r By an the cart before tne horse graduation it has come to be used in its present significance and higher Mixed spa 46ii Â¬ sjrpteu ber No 27KO No f mixed do Feed Cotters Cheap Wheat rills Cheap Corn Hnskers Cheap Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Cheap Hirer Plows Cheap Cook Stores Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Eveiy hing Cheap At SHACKELFORD Oats Ste dy SaHe I white western st Auc S N sV In the estimated value of farm Calls on produ rdng to tne returns of betweenat 48 the eleventh census Illinois is first opened with s Cattle- - s with price alls on September wheal ope U old between o c sold between opene l at ttKe Hi r la O R CA I OBTAIN A PATKNTf K a ntonajt answer aid an bineat opinicn write to w no nave Daneair any real iv F ftai N Y hizhr Aug 17 Y goes uautai place f Paper Iftv aft tiota strict AIlanfck ag Fa tenia and how to eaw orniBflun com taiiitherafi nt rr p Alsnn sal liiguoof aecha icai and atieQttns books ssat n e Patents taken thronirk Mcnn a Co IMatlw aponiilnorJoelnt and tbas are broovtit out cost t tenedweex raroul 13 a lit O U GENTRYS Richmond Ky MONEY TO L 0AN ify alio n amber eoiitslna a benu- - medicine on emi Vuirs tils raaj i H5 fs The Gumry HoTp TO VOLUME IX RICHMOND AN EXPLOSION Denver Col MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S I IsI1 WEDNESDAY NEGRO P NUMBER GOLD 11 AUGUST 211895 CITIES PROFESSIONAL COLUMN rSlTTAL STJUGESY DR A MORTALITY IN Govt Report Intend I WILKES 8MI1 DENTAL - II Partialy Dtmolished Rear Portion of Building a Five Story Buck Falls and Takes Fire SUMXSl y s nildmg Main M Street 3- an 1 i t ice limited - Prnotii Rare Hern Rctwiird stfBlHutu KH1II7 Hurt he the 1 tiri Uodies of More t an lie Vwn In le- NumlM r Killed I oknown Col Frfm fCh 0a dolph countv have been started up with a full force All arrangements are being made for a large output of coke from these mines this fall and Baking waAaw Â¬ Â¬ Population lit Town Only Kept p hy Kecrult from the otlnt rr I Mothers Friend ABSOLUTELY PURE right Roys Arrested The WnlTf sin to Ky Aug 13 The officials at Whitesbitrgh in Letcher coun L HARRIS M D D D Kknti I K V KXOWLED BriiiL ootnf rt fee g a a in ATIS RGAS YAT1 DENTISTS V -- WELBY W BURGIN DENTDjT - Kkmitkv M rsT5iiAis KENNEDY KG EON KrN et up k tenda Ui personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than other and enjoy life more with nditare by more promptly the worlds best product- - to f physi a In ing will attest tlie value to htaltli of the pure liquid ve principle embraced in the remedy Brrap of Figs - exoi lienor is due to its presenting Itin the form most aeceptsiMo and plea the refreshing and truly beneficial projerties of a perfect laxative effectually elen ing the system dispelling colds headache and levers and permanently curing constipation It has given sati faetin to DiiHioat met with the approval of the Medical profession becaane it arts on the and Bowels without wetk erfectiy free from 5 them Mtid it is tionable stihstanee ip of Fies i for sale by all tlrutr i 5ie and bottles hut it is Matured by tiie California Fig Syrup Ob only wfaoee name is printed 01 every the name Syrup of Fig parka M informed you will not t any substitute if offered Â¬ Kid-I-iv1 Â¬ tad improvement and i - Ill JOHX M t Kkv TRY US Fresh CK y to my- v EVANS M 1 Kknti lots Vegetables Fresh Fish DR T I I YLOR Kin Jewelry rrcei- WE KEEP THE BEST And ll at remsoaable priees Yon can always obtain value received for yntir RaOBey with Your ordors delivered any place within 11- ii K GIBSON PHiVICIAN AND SCRG1 Kr s CKY o Se the corporation HOOKER vi SI M IU C T I Ky Dl WELLS Manager Richmond Main St II STEWART IAS ANI K i LODGE DIRECTORY M ISOK lv Richmond Lodge No urth P i Deatherage Tk - meet second in each n Master J Speed Smith s n -- S j inion meets third i D l PARRISH AT LAW K t n i kv Roval Arch Chapter No 16 I ue dat in each month Armer H I iith Secy Richmond Commander No it Reg Irat Tuesday in each Visiting Sir Knights are i north 1 ited to att nd P Armer al ii Â¬ K - i Ma - Smith Recorder iS at Kirk- evening Ueore A J Saturda in et t th- - full te terms M B FCotton ia ti Ross W Secretary i Kin N I evening Jis ia I AT LAW Ki s in nth turi Horn W M at King inn before the v T C Wirt Set - 338 meeti fourth in etvn month W K Fielder T irpin Secretary J II Hamilton Loige No 578 at John Union Cit meets second Saturday in very motv D Hamilton V M lohn I Griea Secretary Ianiel Buua Lodge Wo 44 at Roones- Va If W va M 1 1 11 t ei Secretary BVrea av Wm in Bennett W M S Old Lodge Robinson ntti 1 No 617 meets t lc first niontli at 7 oclock p m E T Fish Secretary o o Master r 1 MpHison Ixxiiie Nn meets every Monday at their hall on Main street i K C Panriah V S H Tlioite N Krazee Secretary Boone Eih am eer day in Odd Fellow ir t and tt Hall OTi Main strett Richmond L Z Taylor C P L J Krazee Scribe 1 KNHJUTS OF HONOR Amitv V I it n BT ode I meets naaaj in the Odd Fellowi H P Rice Dictator lock K No rn of H w R BHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW Kin -- Bowtaad Reporter AS en t Rich- 1 42 Wedncf day evenin a at oVlork C W C C Hooker K of R a kniom rs am rvTHI White Iojge No 4 K 1 meata e Ft hl Odd Tnior C C Reel Estate FOR SALE e TAYLOR BROS - in Tinware A g Km and lot in Irvine Kv A lovely lei houe iinu at a bargain i ctes mineral and Camp and its iff feet fine lare stock kept constantly on hand FARMERS for Agricultural Im Call on pietnents of all kinds coil and i hnmrnae quantities of nrer hundred acre on Lee and BUILDERS cot and tfav a bargain acre of Ian nwntt K t at ifeor 1 We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need roai B k Kv The R N I will be located on tins vihen the ed tcre- - at I I ft li R R F nd ciav for encaustic tihrsj ahtind A bargain n thai I We make specialties of TN 4 - ROOFING AND GUTTERING street Tostorv m rner of Oak and Iran iruit and good K i and ootb 5- old and hive health I am nan and have to hustle for a Broadway Rich finest location B the use of BUck Diatight I a r arden and abl It triet the gi am as stoiu as a a ides It id does more than it 1 lot Mrdirinr Tbat Makes a Nan Franklin Co Tenn Mav am ars ear- - in I ift bd -- - - AK to do L A HlDOK workers employed in the sweat shops at hicago will go on strike shortly The workers are organizing rapidly and will demand better pay and short-Â¬ er hours At Sleepy Eye Minn a heavy rain- Â¬ storm occurred accompanied by sharp lightning and heavy thunder LightÂ¬ ning struck the Roman Catholic church at Morgan Minn and com pletely destroyed it In a scuding race at St Louis Sun Â¬ day afternoon Miss Ro- Rosentheim of North St Louis defeated Anna Fabian of North St Louis for a 3100 purse Time 8 The distance waa one mile with turn The eleventh annual Kriegerfest of the Deatscher Kriegerbund of Amer- Â¬ ica opened at Columbus O Sunday It is an association of ex soldiers of the German army who are now citizens of the 1nited States A special from the City of Mexico sion says A boy named Garcia who twice All the fire department and police placed stones on the track of the Hi Â¬ were at once summoned to the s dalgo railway the second time caus Â¬ ami calls for reserves and ambulaneea ing the wreck of the train was exe Â¬ followed in a short time cuted Sunday at Pachuca Two women were taken out about 1 Archbishop Kenrick of the St Louis were serious injured diocese was 89 years old Saturday is feared that several bones had The venerable prelate is very feeble ia oroken body and mind and is rarelv able to The bodies of several more can be leave the archepiscopal residence even seen in the ruins in the rear of the for a short carriage ride nuiliiintr The rescuers are makinjr A special from Lres Mexico savs ill effort Hssible to reach them nut the hacienda of Jose Veragui north- Â¬ pro ress is retarded bj the muss of east of there was attacked by a band iron and wood intertvy ineii anaoaf of tyventy five Yaqui Indian braves which are electric lipht wire which They killed three cowboys employed aod greatly to tne danger on the hacienda and burned a large he hief of poiii e was on the arena gram store house aim uirecteti ine wot k oi resette ittejin wtiile watehintr the front wall which w us expected to crumble KENTUCKY NEWS meanner of wild rumors as to the loss f ifc were afloat bat the li life eoald not lie ascertained Snnday Th Latest From All Part of tb 4 uui niLht It will probably be sometime iiii v - b Monday before the tuns which caajrht THEY MET fire immediately after the explosion yvill be cm1 enough to allow of a Married Parted and Will Now Be Suit earch denly Divorced he explosion was caue bv the LarxTJrSTOX Ky Amr 19 -- The Nich barstiag of the loier in the baaement olasvilie sensation has resulted in a di of the note The lower loon were vorce suit Munroe Favddis the young wrecked and the entire mass caught Je saiuine county farmer who stole fire the flumes shooting rapidly up away the daughter of P A Tate of throagh tne remaining floors t and married her at Nicholas A general airrm w is turned in and ville on Tuesday last has been made the firemen quickly responded and be the defendant in au action for rnn tie reseeeof the itims divorce tiled in the Fayet teville circuit At Monday mora ing the fire was court by P A Tate as the father under control but the smoke hai guardan and next best friend of Mary about the t urns w as so dense that the Faddls a minor The petition alleges firemen were tinibie to proceed with that Munroe Kaddis aud Marv Tate the sea Ill were marred in violation of the laws of the state that neither of tnem has OVERCROWDED POAT arrived at the proper age of consent ml i hrox s the lrriinint Into and that the license under which the the W ater svvl nT 0f gwa iirnnil marriage eereaaoay was performed vas Oc tB li v Md An i eral frauiiuientlv obtained lives paid the penalty of the overcrowd llrutally Killed His son a stiKiil sailboat and the unreasoninirof Pkimhov Ky Aug 19 Willis ing fright of the women aboard what Johnson a colored man living six by springing to one side when tne litmiles from town killed his tle craft shipped some water over son in a brutil manner He turned it and threw itsoceupints into hipping the child with a stick the water The boat contained ten when he knocked it down He then persons and of these ten only three put his foot on tbe lads neck and kept were rescue wlie i the capsized The dead art v m Storrs aged 45 on beating him in spite of his wifes entreaties hen he took his foot off years a si n painter his wife Mrs the child was dead the neck having Laura Merrs aired SB their two daugbr He will be arrested and ers Ida May and Bva 14 anil W rears been broken respectively Lata and Lena Hill sis- Â¬ may be lynched by the colored people if his neighborhood ters aged IS and 18 years respectively The Saved the Family of Bisbopville Del and MisS Myrtle Lawkkm i til no Ky Aug 19 A Stevens aped 14 years of Sbclbyville fine shepherd dog is the hero of the Del The storrs fnmilv were resttients of h tir in the Pinchern neighborhood He saved the lives of seven people by Philadelphia and lire at IMi Lancas The rescued ter Avenue The bodies of storrs his his persistent barking wife and two daughters and Miss family- is Maj James Ingram an six Their home caught fire Stevens have been recovered but those daughters about midnight while all were in of the Hall ffirls are still in the waslumber The dog realizing the dan- Â¬ ter ger jumped against the front door STORM AT PITTSBURGH and by furious barks aroused Mr In grun who escaped with the giris Boat Oirrtiirnrit and the liatntiermmll while the house was falling in IhmwaasWaawaaawte rawaerty Heavy A 1itt i aoat Ia Au W At 1030 heme to Hefrand Farmers Sunday evening a stroag wind and Lons n ik Ky Aug 19 A scheme rain storm struck this citv cominjj to defraud the unsuspecting farmer is from the east The tow boat Lud leinr very successfully worked in KenTer linrrat the wharf on the Mo some sections of Kentucky The man Boogahela river wns overturned and who manipulates the fraud gets an en Millie Limbaueh a chambermaid was velope ant a blank from the nearest drowned The crew and others esWestern Lnion telegraph office He caped Trees were blown down many then goes into a neighborhood singles houses uprooted cellars flooded and out a victim address the envelope and although the storm lasted only about Sf to him drives to the house minutes the loss throughout the delivers it and collects city yvill be quite heavy YfMMloo lloitiir in Jail Fkankfoht Ky Aug 19 A Negro It in Ctrl to a Telecraph Pole waa arrested here Sunday morning on Sam Lewis JlinnUL Fla- Angwas tarcen from jail by a mob t 5 a charge of attempting to assault Alice hisley colored in her own room His oclock Sunday morning- and hanged to telegraph pole in front of the court-hon-- e name is Henry Garrard and he claimed He to ix- a sort of hoodoo promoter and then riddled with bullets several weeks ago Lewis shot down nad threatened to conjure or trick ex Tax liector John llitrhsmith and several Negroes so ttiev could not his nephew John Davis because they move Negroes made threats of lynch- Â¬ refused to kneel and apologize for a ing but all was quiet Sunday ntght fancied insult Cat Kmlpnlwufh Itetter IB- - It s Aug Vkus mi its Ky Teenier Defeat Harry 1arker Welch and Neet held a consultation St Lot iti Aug- 19 In a sculling and expressed the opinion that Col match over a three mile course with V Kodenbaugh turn on Creve louer lake St Louis to have liecn fatallywho was thought wounded by W county Sunday afternoon for a purse Newton Lane last week will recover lohn Teemer ex champion of w ill have an examining here tiie world defeated Harry Parker of Lane Friday August S for trial murthe next the Nortn End St Louis Rowing club der of James Kodenoaugh Teemer gave Parker ten seconds Teumers time was 1855 and Parkers Mm Hudson Identities smith 1955 LkXIMTUB Ky Aug 19 At sunset Friday night Mrs Mary Hudson iden Kartbquak at Heltrratle UtiORAiiE Aug 19 A short but tineu Henry Mitchell Smith as being sharp earthquake occurred here at the Negro who assaulted her Wednes- Â¬ day Fearing mob violence Circuit lu 5 o clock Sunday night Jadge 1arker and County Judge Itul CONDENSED NEWS lock ordered Jailer Wilkerson to summon fifteen guards to protect the prisfathered From All Parts of the Country oner which he did Hi Telegraph Kcapd Prisoners Kecapti red Hon J Mott Smith ex member of Paii- - Ky Aug 19 L Newberry the royal cabinet and ex minister to aim Jas stone of llerry station cap mgton died at Honolulu Sunday tured George A Taylor James Clark morning and Harry Stewart who escaped from Hog cholera or some peculiar disease the laris jail near Morgan station resembling it has been killing off swite Newberry and Stone ran them for in the neighborhood of new uraber seven hours through corn fields before Two hundred have capturing them berland W Va died so far I ot fis ht With KnlTn At P rriia the foundation stone of FeitK Ky Aug 19 James Bennett Emperor William I the moument to and Houston Home aged IS and 17 re- Â¬ was laid Sunday by his grandson Em peror William II with tne most impos- Â¬ spectively engaged in a fight with Home reknives Sunday morning ing ceremonies in the side six inches His holm shot ceived a cut Near Marion III Fred Bennett was stabbed in the and iartratrj killed Wm Malke and Homes recovery is doubtful Wm Keed with a doable barrel d r itJ VcrirtVnts at Lawreneehnrs- shotgun It was the resut of a quar- Â¬ Law ik iinai Ky Aug Ift Jas rel over a game of cards of the Cornshville r aged apt Seatchoff of the Russian Im- Â¬ community southwest of here perial guard and Prince Ali lazil juries ty being thrown n of the kbecive of Egypt fought Andy Stine a runaway team a duel with pistols The latter araa suffered fata injuries wounded but net seriou ing from his horse The Wolmesdortf mines in Ran Â¬ i August 19 The Gumry hotel on Lawrence street betyveen Nvciiti iutli and Eighteenth stteets ts eompetelv demolished by an ea rn shortly after IS ocx k Mon aay morning It is not kpown positively that any one was killed but at tins hour i a mi six or seven peo Â¬ ple are missing 1 he rear ortitn of the baildiaa-- a five Mory briek feil siiortly after the explosion Tne front yvall is expected to jro iloy n at ny instant and this keeps the firemen from provee nt insr the search for t he missing from tnat part of the structure The hotel while not a hire oneva ne help of the vita rruests hotel which sleeps in the top Moor in in the rear portion of the btihlui are thought to be missui Window g lass in all the buihlinfrs near tne hotel was aaaaaked to atoms ad in many cases the buildings were badly shaken up At 124 a m five persons had been taken out They were ill ami on the next to the top floor They were not seriously injured as the floors sank and were apparently not shocked by the urea of the exploÂ¬ Â¬ Denver Â¬ winter It is probable that 3000 garment tv have issued warrants for the arrest of the Wright boys whom it is believed assaulted and robbed County Assessor John Iacl last week near the mouth of Boons- creek Arrlalentally shot a Hoy Ill sskii vii i K Kv Aug 19 fooling with an old rusty pistol While Tamo Tavlor accidentally she t Melvin Wells ared 10 The ball struck the boy over the left eve and he wiil die Society Women Iraeaesef the Militia BkVDCaaoX Ky of the most popular society women of central Kentucky will be guests of the Kentucky state gtu nis now iu annual encampment here FACTS A Buff IB fourteen ABOUT DAILY PAPERS gi Steaily Increase Reportetl In Thrlr Sum Â¬ ner In Thin Country Â¬ 1 i -- 1 Â¬ -- riip Â¬ Â¬ lat latest Bewapaper directories show that there his been an increase every year since tbT in the number of rhsily publications issued in the United On the other hand says the State Cleveland Leader the number of tri weekltea has now fallen to one third of what it was as far bach as 18BB There baa been a gradual increase fat the num ber of publication- - issued semiweek Iv and the weekly papers have als in re i l though slnvly of lale There arc fewer biweekly had semimonthly publication now- - than there were live years ago all of theaa statements it should be e iine1 applying to the United states and Canada There WM a irn at increase iu the number of publications issued monthly u and 1891 bat bow there iwer of theaa than ia MS and The increase over lst year is small There has been a decided decrease in the number of bimonthlies since 1891 and the quarterlies have also ecom iiiii rous than they were in 1S93 ItM or Is 14 The dailies alone have not Called to grow in numbers every year since 177 Fewer publications were issued weekly in Isi J than in lsil and since then there baa Im cii a loan one year or more than one in all liimls of periodicals except the daily paper The figures for every class as given in the Bowel directory for loM which is just out are as follows Dailies 1050 triweeklies 40 seiui yveeklies 831 weeklies 14069 biweeklies ant aemimonthJ ea S85 monthlies 2070 bimonthlies 5 quarterlies I The relatively greater and more eonr stant growth of the daily papers as compared with other classes of icals means that the American people are more and more hungry for the latest intelligence of the Worlds doings and that the eagerness of the nation to keep in the very front of progress is more mail d than ever before The improvements lately made in the tele graph the telcphoin ami railroad serv ice have served the daily papei S well and they have made the most of tbt ir opportunities More and more they are becoming the typical American periodical more popular and more powerful than any other The indications are that in the future t eir relative multiplication and development yvill show even more thin it has iu the past aaperior vitality and the leaning of the American people to the paper which is never belated and m ver out of date In the age of elect ri tity the period icals of less frequent issue than the daily paper great beautiful and popu- Â¬ lar as many of thciu are can hardly their own relatively Speaking against the publications which arc full of the nervous energy the frf Vines and the terse strength of the telegraph Â¬ The Dr e Saussene of Charleston has been collecting statistics to determine the mortality among the sou hern city negroes It is well known says the New Orleans Tiraes Defnoerat that their death rate is very large tut as the statistics of births are deficient it has not been possible to determine as I have been a midwife for many yet whether the negro population can years and in each case where MOTH- Â¬ in the towns although maintain itself ERS FRIEHO wasps it Mcorop jheti won there has been a strong belief t lat it ders and shortened labor and lessened pan it could not and that the negro population is the best remedy for RISING Of THE of the cities was kept up only by rawBREAST known and worth the price ing from the rural districts This Dr for that alone lie Sitttssenc now shows beyond quesMrs M M Iheyvster Montgomery Ala tion In the fourteen years betyveen 1880 Sent by Express or mail on receipt of price and IBM the deaths among the in per buttlt Book To Mothers mailed in Charleston exceeded the births by i 100 430 that is there were The BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga deaths for every two births BOrn BT ALL SRUQOIBTS Charleston negroes are deereaahnf at the rate of tiss a year and the negro population of the city would People completely disappear in a coup li n ration if it were not recruited lure The Charleston mortality is n little less than that of Nea Orleaaat HAND BEST and allowing for this difference md the IN THE SEWED s -r number of negroes here in WORLD to keep up its colored population New PROCESS Orleans must draw 1VV1 negroes every every decade to prevent Vear or V I an actual decrease The heaviest mortality among the negroes I ir De Saussene tin Is among Out of every 1000 white the children children born in Charleston 307 ii 1T5 hey are one year old out of every negro children B64 or nearly For Boys In Sa us many are Killed olT vannah the mortality among negro For Men UaTatta children is nearly three times as great Wrar W I- - Douse timm Mi tmve front All and Dr De Samsene 91 OO to PTloo a pair as among the whites itlili- explains these figures by the negro ten dency toward Immorality and vice and M 1 IriHizIa BihMM rvii tiit the Btsataar ni rd Ulf the disposition to consumption which on sole W E OooglJfculKu if- Mi is carrying them off by the thousands JACK FLEEMAIT hse facts yy ill explain what pUXzlt d 4- Hclimona Zy bort time ago why the statist the negroes increased so rapidly in pop- P n during one decade and so slowly the next The growth of the southern towns and the large haaaUgTation c f the Employ es into them have s arcelv affl j Young the increase of the colored papula In the co in try districts their death rate Men is much nearer that of the white beto distrtrmte ing only SO per cent higher whereas our advenise- in part payment for a hitch tirade Acme I in the cities it is from Ci to U per bicycle which we send them on approval No J pworiaoDMuniu ine Dicycte arrives ana proves i cent more saiiMaciory I Â¬ SILVER OR GREENBACKS Rising Brsssl Either will purchase more Dry Goosli at Whit than at any other home in RiehniDntl law From now until July -- we intend to llaaasilliU Â¬ all kinds of Dr tioni Corsets for themselves prices for 10b Jloves and Hmiuj u prices that will one thin peak for-mc- -r Â¬ Look at the following ash Dres- off 2 Half wool Cialis i g sll s for now Gooda all wool at net cost have an emlle In White 1000000 Wear ad Silk WiUi Patt rns ere assortment It WLDouglas Shoes ctinn ssyj - will pay you to price them the reduction will a tonish von Buttery Cuneta and tiloTes which for ipialitv and pre you iri 500 400 300 cant touch elsewhere 350 250 200 Gaaac and Bftwlio Cnderwi ar at -- your own price live this 30 day cash ale your attention We mean BUSINESS Â¬ 225 LS it will -- ave yon money Kespectfiilly - White GREAT Ileas Gibson Mens Gaaac Inder-hirt- 1 ln-1- - Balbriggan r hirts Â¬ isfeojZ5 long ami short sleeves Mens Balbriggan Drawers Indies Vests and i bicycles are unromantic Love Mating 1 1 Young Ladies et3Zl If borsorjrirls apply they must t mended Write for particulars on the I Out of IheQasettaa ii i on a Wherl Vheo be well reoom- - BARGAINS Mens Laundri d Shirt- large and Fan- -- up A Call If the virtoooa lady who fears that bicycling is demoralising to yimng COUplea knew how hard it is to eoav verse even with ones companion on a bicycle to say nothing of gazing into his eyes and if she were aware that one squeeze of the hand mijjht result i l a darperotis snnirsailt over a rear ing bicycle and that only expert can d near enough together to be very confidential and then only when both wheels are geared exactly alike and that the attention of both tetc rtctera m then concentrated on keeoinfr pedala rrni elashin r he would real ise tbat a bicycle rip discounts walk- Â¬ ing driving horbaek riding or even sitting in a rooti for difficulties in the way of saooningThe only way to indulge in a desperate flirtation when bievling says the Philadelphia Ti nes Is to get oiT your wheel and evtn a lady of great religious feroeity com bined with suspieious intelligence does n9t have to be told that it is not ni to buy a bicycle DOT indeed hire one for the sake of sitting OB a bt neh by the lake with a loved one o- - wan dering through secluded paths of the park It is a great deal easier to flirt at tennis or badminton or golf or And far easier to keep ones temper Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ACME CYCLE COMPANY ELKHART IND tiek t select from We want them before roa bay Fan- - to aapply jhui and vNrwwrw-lSisi- - In Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health AT ryjaaa woman and child ia Richmond with fiaas -- hut fan- - I fl and I s i A 7 riner line at and 93c 5 Dont fail to ELDERS what we have in above line Parasols Parasols We ha immen e line of Umbrellas and Parasols at 9c up Iap Robes up Browns In the east it is customary to cut the lashes of female children while they are sleeping so that art as well as nature has something to do with the drooping evi lashes of oriei tal beauty Â¬ Iron Bitters Dysperia f Contpaon lalgia lul Forecast for Monday WashimTiv Auk 19 Indiana and CXito Fair cooler northwesterly winds Tennessee and Kentucky Generally fair preceded by showers tn extreme western por Â¬ tion cooler northwesterly winds The Wathrr out of sort vtcak and generally ex- Â¬ hausted fie i hae no appetite and cant work begin at once tak Â¬ ing the Most reliable strentihentng inewhicli is Browns Iron Bit Â¬ A few bot Â¬ ters tles core benefit comes from the ery nrst dose teen t st a H jo u r teeth aid pltflMMl io take IfynuarefeclmK BAR6AIN W indow Shades lOe complete Pole- - 15c Curtain -- up 1 We ell more EaveJopefl ind PaÂ¬ per for ie than you buy where for 25e its STORE n ii M Matting life per yard Table Oil Cloth 15c per yard inches wide 20 6 It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Â¬ New Eyihrowg We learn from Fren ii sources that a London perfumer has found a new way THE MARKETS f sales of sample re at tfw winter red at 66c rejected red at 5c on track by sample at oftc prime red No S watte Corn -- No I white sold at o so yellow ear at 4 do at rJc on track No 2 white Is quotable at S4c No 1 Oats mixed sold at Sic No mixed at Slic mixed by sample at U rejected mixed at li oa track f Alaaria An- Nervous ailments Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 - of fixing up eyelashes and eyebrow Instead of painting theaa in the usual vulgar old style he put the genuine old article there and professional and amateur bean ties of the great city arc him tobe made just tio lovely for anythingThe operation is said to be extremely delicate though by no means painful Be takes S hair f om the bead of the beauty or if she does not like precisely the color of berowa heir he takes one of any other color that she ikes threads an extremely tine needle with the hair runs it alongside the skin of the eyelid sewing snilmakers fashion but leaving the hxips sufficiently long to enable him to cut them afterward so that they will form a range of beautiful fringe and look perfectly natural For eyebrows he does the same thing but the eyebrow operation is of course less delicate Arched eyebrows bushy eyebrows strairrht eyebrows crooked eyebrows all sorts o f eyebrows in any color or shade or form this wonderful perfumer makes for the ladies of lxn dor and it is said that his success is something astonish i g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wheat Cincinnati IT- Womens compiaints red iuie Allt ha- crosaredsu- ether BaasttsW i M I DO YOU WANT A i s a 11 3c Worlds PC MO Is Quotable at 4V to good shippers WsmvOOi 4 iXi medium butch common ers 3 ii lloos Select sh ppers i4C 47 j butcters I 70 packers 4s0i4 80 good light M 7 tgniK common and rourh H u0 Ma Vkai Calvbs Fair to good light 4 7V3ti75 extra BOO common and lama ii iJJ4 75 RVK BRIDGEFORD3 li llTHAN SI choice Cattle fair -- No WAGON WK 2 butchers cs ECONOMIST RANGE SEE THEM EX A MINI- THEM SELL AS LOW AS WE AX LOWER P ii j EVER BEFORE WE HAVE TOO MANV WE ARE AETEK CASH CARRIAGE it IS Shsicp and Iamhs Sheep Extra iS flora 37i good to choice f 0 2 7V common to 00 00 ITS Larrbs Kitros Hr0 fair good to choice t3b0n4 A common to fair lluO i IMRCHASE THEM Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ rooked Rrr ikfast While Aslecrj o t nas in an ages lur oomnamouiism L nished many curious illustrations and among them may be aoted one that occurred in a West Utiea X Y residence a taw days ago The husband ami wife were aroused by the breakfast bell ringing in the middle of the night They arose aad discovered that it was two oclock but on hastily dressing and going down to the dining room they found breakfast ready and waiting for them They ware greatly alarmed at the condition of things for they at first Imagined that the hired girl had suddenly gone insane After a few minutes however they discovered she was asleep She had got up started the fire prepared the morning meal and had it ready for scrying but was sound asleep all the time The only unusual thing was her failure to put on her shoes Â¬ Â¬ Nfw York Aug 17 1 hX Fr t R Winter wheat low grades 27 do fair to fancy e310t380 do patents OS 5 5 3 1 60 d Minn trilghts ttaj 32 Wheat No 2 red store and elevator Ttsjot f a a TIM ungraded red He afloat 74 No Northern No 2 47c nominal elevator Corn nominal f c No 2 ht c No 2 white 0 ts No -- - i 7c JSSvIh Hx in I tta n P KENTUCKY lt n i 33 r WORKS JohPnB0rn VWV iAi vV VVV VWV s CsS vVVVtv WVVVWWVVV1VVV - cgi Km 7ji- So 1 we iern VaAa 7 c m xed SSI Kb Iwattta do white and white state 7S No Oats -- No S mixed September tSc No 3 mixed cash r 20c Rte No 2cash 43 1 September 71c No 3 red cash Wheat No 2 red 67c ors No I white mixed ca n eta cash and Autrust lircembrr 7c Maj DBc Toledo Aug 7 17 7c 7o Itay Kiiroii rlv lAI liHrti S tiLLKKK Har the roiNhuri Kv claim ubstantiat of higher education in the ntnk of inn rii mi ftntttl nltij An institution for the highest culture of t tltn i ots in A neiica Each le Located i onai ti loaffiK adir- Five decrees evcrf nr oliditv Perhaps the most extended curriculum to be found in anv Southern female college Ha drawn is student j6 Stites Th Smith A M Prcs1 Aumnus Lniversitv of Virgin 4 11 BEAUMONT COLLEGE i - 3c gOME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look Look Look p iaiver steady 1rlme oash 5S25 teuiber ti 10 October s5 15 December Ji0- February J630 March SS7i4 l i tsbuhoh Pa Aug IT Receipts light Market stead- at Catti unchanged prices Hous Prime light 4V50li mdlums 485 450 4SS common to heavy grades 4 9 fair Yorkers 4 66 1470 sb xbp supply is light and demand only fair market slow on sheep at Sturdsys prices Lambs about steady at unchatged - KJJ The MR SOLD hi RICHMOND O E B R I M The word preposterous originally meant a process of reversing the nat ural order of things such as Midicated by the common expression putting By an the cart before the horse easy graduation it has come to be used in its present significance Â¬ Wheat- - No 2 red spot and August ealritSSot September S9 569Hc December 72S i7Sto 66c steamer No - ied Db Mixed ttpo Corn Unsettled and higher August 4li4iJtc September tic January 4Sc ask No t white western r7a Oats Steidy 27 o No 1 mixed do ztftttc Au alls on September wheat opened at 67e H last price 67c puta sold between opene at 65 kc sod between isc 0 Sc last C Fiora Quiet Baltimore Aug IT CUUHO Siii filth Stove ass -- A G A the following Specialties S25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Hills Cheap Cane Hills Cheap At Evaporators Cheap Feed Cotters Cheap Wheat I rills Cheap Corn Buskers Cheap oll to W s 1KVOR North Street Cbicago it7c In the estimated value of farm Calls on September corn opened at 40c iiod price 40Sc uu products according to the returns of between 404 40sjc last J3mc opened at 1 c last price the eleventh census Illinois is first Bl FFALl N Y Aug 17 With 14 Vrk is m- Cattls Steers 410 Veal higher gso4 50 4 50 light to fair is tnird wit a to prl witii 500 i 25 od Yorker 450347844 5 04 10 good mediums wavy J4 9 X4K n an Chautauqua lal ood fat sheep Iroquois phrase Ciiadagueh IS 3 40 good fa lamos 4 place ir to j oo price S F O EMARrF W COPYRIGHTS TAX I OBTAIN A Tt Fora Berupt answer i an b naartjr rtfty rra tUhohau Deaf CummDiuca experier in tie w F ATS TRAD V N Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Cheap Oliver Plows Cheap Cook Stoves Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Eveiy hing Cheap At SHACKELFORD s 54ic R Y 1 Uahi strictly ennfli lormatl tain tli o t t O U Handbook oi ln t and bow to ob GENTRYS Richmond Ky Pateau Uiuin throwrh Vnnn Oa laeatva special notice i n tbe He I en ti lie America ti and ttins re bnnlit wistHI SSfl Iwtl I pu ie with- Â¬ out cnet to tbe fmrnt r A new line MONtY TO LOAN them i tlnihinc Gloves hand the v paper yarns Made of Taper ties in fact erage from Cattib S to choice 350 i 7i shipping L f3 JaJsjaj 3 a rear i an r rmrfT ffii tuttain cry namb r M i asaah benr of the l lights mixed aad cxrm caasmetM Alu jkk 301 BauAUWAT- - materia and guaran than eer before UXU C Afl VO i THE CLIMAX NTH TIPTON - Editor Ma- I P ARMKK - - rVIUSHIU I IBi WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing PRICK Co He said it was practically the same address adopted by the silver conventions of Texas and Mississippi It is indeed strange that stone should go off after such a wisp He is usually on the side Possibly he owns a silver mine that always fetches a man In less than a year he will see his mistake will-o-th- e drees to tbe meeting PER YKAR flSO YOl CAN T BELIKVE HIM ANNOUNCEMENTS Cojnuinun from actios of the lemocratt A JOHN A MtRSHuN it is for City he Third Ward subject to the a candidate n the JKi ie Kcurlh Ward subject to the acucu of cniocratu party aad the good anil of the C a candidate for Councilman II- - STOCI I I k is a caadidate for Councilman v University Ward subject to the actios of the Democratic party JOHN li WPliUF a mdidate for re elec Sibley of Pennsylvania a Populist candidate tor President is in Kentucky to make a few Blackburn speeches He is the Memphis speaker who claimed that Id per cent of gold money the amount of alloy therein is fiat therefore it had as well be M per cent or 75 ei cent But 100 fiat or per ceut the director of the mint as Bet forth in these columns recently says the pure gold in coin is worth the face value of the coin regardless of the alloy Sibley is ratal SAM KI irl either ignorant or criminal late for Councilman from Ward subject to the action of mocrauc party 10- M H DOUGLAS is a candidate for Council man srom the University Ward subject to the ac lesncnmm partv to PERSONAL Mr Z T Rice and wife are visiting in Bourlion Tom Arnold is imbibing barrels si Linnietta water this week Miss Alice Lloyd is in Mason county canvassing for M F I Prof Clark and familv have returned from a visit to Owen ton Mrs Wm B Wilkereon after visiting relatives here has goue home Mrs Paul Noble and Miss Nora Lanter are visiting at Pine Grove in Clark WEDNESDAY AUG 21 01 K Ill HIM rtiKUET iTivnr IAKn AMI ITS I oiiiinii With it comes an nmVMrtmBt election The election tor Representative isifmore than usual interest liecause the next legislature must a Imted Mates Senator The next Inited States Senator will have the tiiiauces tariff force hill and county tio up that combine to make Miss Sallie Tevis daughter of Hon W the difference lietween the Democratic T Tevis is sojourning among the northand Kepublicau panics ern lakes A in Novcinlier for Representa--- l ot Mrs J Brooks was accompanied the principles home from St Iaiuis by her sister Mrs of the partv When vou Jiause to think Miliary of what vou will do at the Sundays Coiiricr Ioornal locates K K ember lear in niiud that Mitchell and Joe triunchigliani at Rock- will le far reaching Your a tle Springs veiiber will affect the t Miss Maggieiilmoreof Covington was nutty through the tariff It will the guest of Miss Finma Kuntz of this of the clothing vou wear the prici a the machinery and im citv last week Miss Mary lcrry ol Ixmigville is visj plements In short your vote iammm urraleen and Willie Smith NmmMI is to affect your pocket Your vote in Novemher may atlet t vour tnis week on Fifth street Miss Mary M Smith is in Stanford ertv through future election iitry attending the Missionary Convention of ring trom the Christian Church nwtration ami panic Would MiAlice Arnold of Richmond is you do aught to precipitate another visiting Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold other period si depression and - Lmcaster Record Â¬ -Â¬ 1 I - style of a typical Kentucky jrirl and is The saw mill located on Wm L Morreceiving much social attention Hunts riss tarm is doing a good business ville Alabama Tribune Miss Dora Harp of Spears is visiting relatives here CORRESPONDENCE The- - big meetin still continues at Bobtown with unabated interest VALLEY VIEW Wagous are busy hauling gravel on Be- Â¬ M F Wharton made a business trip rea pike which is very much needed to Yer iailles last Friday Rev Carmac filled the regular ap Miss Annie Richardson of this place tointment of Mr McMurry at the Baphas accepted a position a saleslady with tist church Saturday and Sunday a Richmond firm Mrs Geo W Beck and little daughter bbookstown Flossie who have been visiting friends Rev D F Stafford will conduct a ser- Â¬ in Indiana and Ohio for some time re- Â¬ vice at the church here Wednesday eve- Â¬ turned home last Tuesday night ning Four persons were immersed in Tatee Miss Georgia Summers of Louisville Creek here Sunday evening as a result of Misses Eva Heacox of Lexington Miss a protracted meeting lieing held at ForDiana Lickey of Paint Lick and the Mis est IILM schoolhouse by Rev Mr Wil ses Feland were the guests of Mrs Mc lanl a Baptist minister Cord Sunday Mr J E Davidson contractor and at Rev Yager of Smithfielti Henry Co present superintending the building of filled Brother Martins regular appointO T Sopers saw mill on the Jessamine side across the river made a business ment here for Saturday afternoon and trip combined with pleasure to Greenup Sunday Miss Rella Huguely is- - now enjoying last week His manv friends at this Paris hospitality place were surprised when on his return here they learned that he had also made Enos Thomas and Miss Mary Eiiza a matrimonial venture while alisent Covington sweet sixteen of Red House He was married Aug 14th his bride vicinity eloped to Jeffersonville Wed being Miss Bertha Myers daughter of T nesday evening and were married Fnos E Myers business manager cf the Geo is a son of Jno F Thomas w ho received Stephenson Lumlier and Stave Co of the wayward children with open arms Greenup Ky May their ventnre on the Miss Covington is a niece of Richard matrimonial sea be one of pleasure Scudder where she lived as her parents The intelligence reached here Satnr are dead dav of the sad death of Ernest Rood at Mr Wm Talbott and familv of RichToledo Ohio Thursday loth inst He mond have begun to prepare their home was the youngest son of Mr aud Mrs A near here to move into in the near future E Rood of this place He left here Mis Jas Huguelv returned last week about six weeks ago in apparent good from a short stay with relatives in Win health To know him was to love him chester a kiud aud affectionate son and brother 5JMrs Baa Boggs lately visited friends at The bereaved have extended them the Paris Lexington nd Nicholasville of their many friends sympathy The Mr Jacob Huguely is out again lookshadows of death for the first time have visited your borne and has taken from ing as robust as ever you a nobc son who had been imper U S SENATOR eeptibly entwining his every heart string around you but now he is wrenched Major Curtis F Buriiam of Richmond from your embrace the favorite star is and Major I N Cardwell of Winchester quenched in the darkness of death He are mentioned for the l S Senatorehip may have In en a cherished son rich in the event of Republican success They w ith future promises yet the legend that are lioth good men aud either would till all the goodness antl graces of the living the iosition with marked dignity and are nothing to the jieculiar charms of ability Mt Sterling Gazette one who is not will come to the father OH NO NO and mother in this first bereavement Â¬ Â¬ A LOT OF LUNATICS ridic- Â¬ A LEGAL HANGING AT MT STER Â¬ GATHERED FROM GARRARH LING A Yanceburg telegram tells this ulous story Several families memliersof that pecu Â¬ liar religious sect kuown as The Rock port Disciples had been arrested and ttt charged with assault and battery The Supreme members of the order made untrue affidavits against each other ami Rev Smith Hicks Sacredotal Superior is on trial for beating with a cane the children of Wesley Buffiugton the Grand Cross Bearer The Sacredotal Sdperior was fined 10 and costs his wife the Lady of Jordon was fined 10 for throwing rocks at the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lady of Mrs Wesley Butlington The Lady of Love was fined 10 for striking the ladv of Jordon over the head The Sacredotal Superior had on a religious vestment composed of Union flags He said the red stripe represented blood and agony the white his own purity and the stars the superior manhoood of Â¬ Â¬ Ive his order SMOK ELESS LOCOMOTI V E Â¬ Â¬ A new coal will probably he introduced into the Louisville markets bv the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad as bon as tie short connection between lexington and 1 oiiisville on N is completed the L It is a smokeless coal mined along New river mid has but lately been placed on the general markets The Chesapeake and Ohio began using this grade on its passenger locomotives about six weeks atso and has found in it a means for ridding travel of much ofthe disagreeable presence of smoke Especially is it of great advantage in tunnels of which there are so many along the O as it permits the line of the 0L A test has the opening of windows proven that the coal meets with the ap- Â¬ proval and indorsement of the Smoke Inspector of Cincinnati in which cilv a law prohibits the pouring of large vol umes of smoke into the atmosphere- AN UNPRECEDENTED CONDITION The South crop gest crop pect ests has raised the largest ttorn in its history and likewise the lar Â¬ lANOlA ttt Jav Fll Ess denorai Miss Birdie Zaring ot Richmond is The mxt legislature will have U fore the guest of Miss Ada May Litsey r the 1nited Sute- Harrodsburg Democrat g two gieat elements Miss Kate Payne of Georgetown and lie tiie tree and unlimited Mr John T Violet of Iexington are r at a ratio of li to in gat Prof Clarks on the Summit t ol other countries therehv D R Carter and wife who have eeii v their bullion lor in the land to spending several months at Mrs Mer ry debt Id note r shons have returned to their home at lie ot her will lie theopp - Korbotm Mo opposition to Mrs Williamson and her children ba ineiit of indebt returned from Chicago where she ed ruin his een taking a course in the Cook not afford Countv Normal School i st the principles of the Mr Ixiuis Shlegel has returned to his annot afford to home at Richmond after a pleasant visit lief panic to his brother A S hiegel Ml Sterling re against the Del Democrat hot VoU IllliV Io partv I e member sty Has i v i or refused to pi vou think you deserve or Attornies John D White of Manches give you what he SIW i Harrison of Ixmisvillc lie is not the are in Richmond taking deMisitioiis con Has Collect r Itodca rty cerning some mountain property teniae vour valu Capt Sam H Stone and wife Mr R R i the Deui Iurnam and wife Mr Will Stone and Have the voters at a pri vention Dominated mw Mr Fmmett Yories will attend the great me to you That is not Knight Templar gathering in lioston party The fundamental Hr L H Blautou Chancellor of Cenj principles ofthe Iemo tral Iniversitv who preached at Provi involving the Randal the dence Sunday sent Monday with iisible for the In nds in this place Harrodsburg Demw ol its inetii ocrat that some men of doiiiit Hhcer Berry of the Richmond police have Ik cii provided with fprce has returned from Hot Springs oiild have tilled his cheeks red and rosy his hair black ut the principles of the and i urley and looking much refreshed V Mr and Mrs J W Hedden attended the funeral of their relative Col Thus S Moherlcy at Richmond last Saturday Mt sterling Sentinel Democrat Â¬ the Climax has com He dales any Heiiio- rat in ty to compare COttplaiDts with him Int he purposes dvn ate lieinocraticprin He pi linj fr ludjre John ault lor Representative N i mher matter if Judge hip in the countv more than their share of Federal count pie we shall vote In j ct to his relatives esiet ially when the thrust d things upon them henaults and the Phelpses and the Crutchers and the Simm and the Willises have aln adv enough mM to oiir estimation then it at the next primary electiou or con Wmmtimm that their supply is cut off Rut since the votes of the I lemocrats In ling nuniler have nominated liault it would not be right to refuse hin your Bmfjpt in the regular nmnke -- generally Mrs John tireenleaf of Richmond who has U ei visiting relatives in this citv returned home Wednesday Aunt Lucinda accompanied her and will make a short visit Lancaster Record Major William Rush of Allen Texas and Mr J Iortei Bush of Monroe City Mo are here to Ik- - with their elder brother Richard Hush w ho is lying wry low at the home of bis daughter Mrs R D Hunter Winchester Sun Dr Creed of Richmond was here last week doing some dental work He made a set of teeth for Mrs G W Jones who seems to lie very proud of the much so in fact that she tarries them in heriKxket most of the time Conway Cracker Prof J I Clark and family of Rich mond are visiting his parent in this county Professor Clark is principal of the graded school at Richmond and as the editor of this paper can abundantly testily is doing a grand work in both school and church and is held in the m esteem by all who know him The people of this his native countv have reason to be very proud of him Judge Jas Rice diet Monday morning 7 oclock Jas Thomas Little Rock is not expected to live but a little while General debilitv Rev Jas Parsons brother ot the evangelist of Drip Rock preached at the schoolhouse Sunday B E Covington Jessamine came up Fridav to see his mother Mrs Pauline Covington whose death has been ex pected for several days The meetings announced in last weeks items to egin at Viney Fork will bein on the second Saturday in September instead of second Sunday Iiichard White died Friday noon Buried in Red Hill cemetery Saturday evening He leaves a wife and six chil dren who have abundant sympathy and must have help Misses Maggie Walden and Pattie Moore Winchester and Mrs Pattie Lesley and Mrs Ann Waters lcxingtoi visited their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W P Daltou last week The pleasant voices of Mr and Mrs W L Leeds and the prattle of their sweet baby twa are seen and heard no more at the eds house door Our loss is Yalley Yiews gain They leave many friends ehind The Cincinnati Gazette says Dr Harvey refused to dedicate the church on account of red lemonade ice cream popcorn stands etc There was no piH om or ice cream There was lemonade but it was not red A laige Old was tacked over the stand where harmless refreshments were sold the proceeds of which went to the chinch Dr Harvev was told of the stand and its purpose and approved it He drank of the lemonade and pronounced it good Rev Parsons also approved the plan The only reason the church was not dedicated was because the debt on the house was not paid off at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Not for Joe is now the repetition of the old song of the davs gone bv and Jeems R McCreary is not allow ing the grass to grow under his feet Tired of the House he would like to wear the Senatorial toga and take an occasional glance at the Y ice Presidency He never forgets his duty to his district and espec iallv to Madison county and Richmond Iancaster Record AMERICAN CATTLE IN ENGLAND Samuel Degen a cattle shipper of Chicago who recently saiicd for England with 106 tat cattle has returned and reports that the Polled Angus grade brought the highest price The whole 30s aver aged about 10750 a head It is stated at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Agricultural Department that the Polled Angus grades are more in demand in Kiiropc than any other cattle Here fords coming next and Durhanis last APPOINTMKNTS Hon James B McCreary and the Democratic Campaign Committee have agreed atpOB the following list of appointments for Mr McCreary Maytield Monday August 19 Hickman Tuesday August LO Clinton Wednesday August H Bardwell Thursday August 22 WickliflTe Friday August L Eddyville Saturday August L4 Princeton Monday August LH Cadiz Tuesday August 27 The hour for the speaking in each place will be left in the hands of the local committee who of course will consult Mr McCrearys convenience Â¬ Â¬ fruit and vegetable crops its cotton promises a fair yield with a pros for good prices its industrial interare almost without exception usy and prosperous its turuaces are pushed ct the demand for iron at profitable tiguics its coal mines are turning o it a larger product than ever before its textile industries are developing at an amazing rate and all other industries are busy while capital and population are tending southward from every other section Such a combination never existed before in the Souths history Now is the time for every place in the South to work to get the greatest benefit out of this unpre cedented condition of affairs This can be accomplished by advertising in the Manufacturers Record if you want to reach the manufacturers and captilists of the country and by advertising in the Southern States ungazine if you want to reach land buyers prospective settlers from the North and West real estate operators colonization agents and com panics and fruit growers of the North and Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Paragraphs from the Iincaster Record The Mt Sterling Journal of Thursday Business in the Police Court has been aea at a whie heat for several days Although more than a score of men Capt Wm Herndon Mr Johu M have paid the death penalty in this city Duncan ind Dr J B Kiunaird were elect- Â¬ in the past thirty one years the hanging ed ruling elders in the Presbyterian of John Johnson to dav was the first le- Â¬ church Sunday morning gal execution in that time An excursion train took five coach loads The crime for which he was hanged Anof negroes to I unction City Sunday was the killing of Police Officer Chas other excursion will be run to dav to Kvans on tbe night of June loth last every coon that can get the particulars of which are familiar to Covingtcn and A ride on the the moiioy is gwine all of cur readers tiain catches Mr Negro every time John Johnson was liorii in this city Ls A larye crowd attended the concert years ago and was a son of Uncle Jeff Johnson well known to all of ctizens given under the auspices of the Ladies aud who was killed bv officer Henry Aid Society at the court house Tuesday Watson while interfering to save this evening The program was well ar- Â¬ same wayward son from going to jail for ranged f ml not too long and those who stealing After this occurrence he seems attended went away highly delighted to have gone from bad to worse spend- with the evenings eutertainment ing a great deal of his time in prison The distressing news has reached Aliout four years ago in a drunken friends a id relatives at this place of the row in this citv he shot his sister in the death at Wickliffe Ky of Thomas head and cut Bill Oxeys throat for Dickey anly son of Theo F and Ida which he was sentencd to the Peniten- Doty He died after a brief illness of tiary for four years and had but recently ten days of pneumonia returned when he became involved in Mr J 0 Dumber who has been con the difficulty for which he was hanged fined in tbe asvliim at I akeland bra to day nimilier r f years was biought home last Had it not have basal that Johnson week I a disappeared a day or so after was himself badly wounded at the time his arrival ami caused his family much of the difficulty and everyone expected uneasiness but turned Bp all right at him to die he would have been dalt the home of a relative near Crab Orchard with as all such characters have been His many friends are glad to know that previously treated at this place but this he is reccveriug condition of affairs coupled with the fact Bvron Pattersonau honorable colored that Judge Cooper was in the city and boy who has been awav from here for pleaded with the people to let the law alxiut tvo years was arrested and take its course and promised to convene brought back from a town in Soul hem a special term of Court and try the case Kentucky last week mi the charge of at once saved his neck for the time beselling Iner in this citv Byron only ing The particulars of his trial aad con went after the beer for another partv viction have already been published ami bought it at a blind tiger The judge His sister sisted by influential friends promptly discharged him Lots of fuss at this place made strenuous efforts to and expense over nothing have the Governor commute hissentenee The County Court hits had an order to imprisonment for life but His Fxcel entered prohibiting the Circuit Court lency declined to interfere At daybreak crowds were coming into room from being used for public enterA new carpet is being town from every direction and it is es-Â¬ tain ments etc timated that fully 5000 peopled witnessÂ¬ placed on the floor aaaltheroaaa otherwise improved Beside there is danger ed the execution from liie Being cut off from having public entertainments why dont some FASHIONS AT NEWPORT public apirited citizen put up an opera It would pay him to tlo so iimF wvists BIDING HABITS vvtiiiim house Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ hmRICHMONDSTEfiM H LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME it V tt INDUSTRIES MmHfiOW i I - Work done promptly and I as well as my oilier Liu ndry M in he Country I Mild al 1 5 JBnmm faintjQl ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE fcatTiif aawrn imw i i PRICES NO HIGHER Le by Home Peop I M i i and SWEET CAPORAL they will stand by you I V CIGARETTE Hat stood the Test of Time LL OTHER MORE SOLD THAN BRANDS COM8INEO o i OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED tt I II Is closed I have disposed of all my unliable goods at a sacrifice and hai gotten used to selling goods at lovy prices and have some tine BnVfanM lett and now on will lie able to shov in customers the very latest novelties in tin Con line that will be sold for less than they can be bought in any market N1 A for yourself DPARMERS AUCTION Letter Writers Io you know where to get The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish West A The August term ofthe Garrard Circuit Court convenes Monday The Old Outdoor sjiorts rank almost higher in docket Bra made up as follows the estimation of Newports summer equity su ts r0 new equity suits J7 residents than Casino dances or elegant old common law cases 11 old Common Â¬ private entertainments consequently wealth cases U new Commonwealth appropriate costumes for yatching golf cases 15 The civil docket is comparaplaying horseback or bicycle riding com tively light but Woods is to be tried for mand a special interest 6oU waists re killing Martin and Nunn lor killing Beat quite a perfect figure to present anything and these two cases will occupy the akin to a handsome appearance as they c nirt for some time It is a three weeks are simply a rough looking wool jersey term usually striped in colors across the bust The report ol the accidental shooting and sleeves possessing the advantage of Robert L West near ilyattilie which however of leaving the arms free and MB telegraphed to the daily papers was that of being suitable to any dark colored greatly exaggera e West was struck skirt Nothing more advanced than by one bird shot from a gun tired at a bloomers and jacket have been so far beef The shot did not break his skin devised for bicycle use a daring sugges and be was uninjured A little harnile s lion however has lieen made that a bath lie now and then worked off on the dailies will do no harm but for reporters to ing and bicycle suit might be Combined and that after a morning ride a bath send in matter like that in regard to might le taken without change of West is overdoing the thing to too great an extent costume DUMB lVSltloNABlK COIIFl JKWKlKV KKS Â¬ sSTATIcDMERY Visiting Car Is and Wedding Invitations Engraved Ask for pi M s 7 H BROWN Opposite Hotel Glyndon Rk 1 CURES Colic Cram pa Cholera Morbus Diarmoea Flux vvv LIUHINIPW HOT fVfVVmV Nausea Changes of Water Etc DROPS BREAKS UP A GOLD or Sale Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Bites of Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good HEALS DEVICE TO PROMOTE READING A TO ATTEND FUNERALS IN A BODY Â¬ t t KIHKSVIIIK A movement that has been much need ed in Nicholasville for some time was inaugurated last Tuesday afternoon in perfecting an organization of the business men of the place to attend in a body the funeral services of deceased members and to have places of business closed during hours of service This step has met w ith the hearty approval of a majority of our citizens and Mr H W Rose who was Â¬ Â¬ superintendent was asked to advance his pupils in all their studies so much more rapidly than his predecessors had done His is worthy of special note I make it a point to bring them along as rapidly as possible in reading In the primary grades I give more time to this exercise than is customary in other schools and I persuade or entice the pupils of the higher grades to read books newspapers and magazines anything wholesome that will give them practice and at the same time instruct them Every diy we spend fiom fifteen to twenty minutes asking and answering questions about what we have read lo excite curiosity we post the most important caption lines from the columns of newspapers The next morning nearly every one of the older scholars is prepared to give particj lars on the subject of the previous days bulletins If 1 can get our scholars to read it is easy to induce them to study by as much as they liecome more expert in reading by so much is the labor of pursuing their otht r studies reduced and their enjoyment heightened Chicago Inter Ocean school how be managed Rain is badly needed in this locality Misses Allie Walker and Minnie Dunn are visiting friends in Lancaster Miss Leila Elkin of faablBlll is visiting Misses Margaret and Klizabeth Uil more Mrs N E Kelley and daughter Ida left Monday the lthfor Midway Mrs Kelley has been appointed matron of the Female Orphan School Â¬ made temjiorarv chairman appointed a committee of four to solicit membership Another meeting will be held next Wed nesday at 5 oclock at the store ol Mr Rose when an election of officers will take place by laws drafted and a permanent organization effected Let every business man of Nicholasville come to this meeting Nicholasville Journal Â¬ Â¬ FIFTY CHICKENS V8 ONE 00 W PANAMA lellow liemm-nt- - ur priuci on and then if nave your little hatchet sharpened any individual or set of individuals Hweuton Herald it in the next primary or the next The latest IH ws from Prof Milli- gau and partv consisting of Misses Eleaconvention nor Coleman ami Martha Lstill is that MVikwv men have carried several they are now in Heidleberg and enjoying Bounties the past week the sights in that quaint old German town which is picturesquely situated on Tiik Rig 4 railroad ran into Louisville ay over the ne i Jefferwonville the Neckar and surrounded bv wooded hills and vineyards It has one main bridge its first entrance into the city street from which many uarrow gloomy I times be hard wheu five hundred thoroughfare open and some good houses uicii from one city can go in a Itody But its principle attraction is the univer- Â¬ ahroad for a whole summer simply to sity which is next to the oldest in ter attend a celebration many and is attended by from seven to Baikxi told a Nebraska bar- eight hundred students of various nationkeeper not to sell her husband any more alitys This party of Kuroiiean travelers do not intend turning their faces homeir but he did ho and she went and Press shut him dead which is a temperance ward until some time in January Transcript anranieut that argues with much force There was a driving party last night Bosjpoeed of Huntsvilles gilded youth tin AIM mi and their dainty summer girls At the re not a half dozen discreet honi for starting the sky w ore a veil ami honest capable feinocrate in Richmond threatened to moisten the jov of the fes- Â¬ U compose a Citv Council And tive crowd But the weather witch reÂ¬ wouldnt it I well to wait until the considered and drew aside the curtain of Democrats nominate before dissatisfied clouds as the glorious harvest imion I temoorats rush into a Peoples Party slow iv rose over the mountain enveloparrangement ing the earth in its mellow golden gla mour It is a singular fact that the man AMITHEK fcIDtCE OK ABILITY in the moon though an habitual gooseberry is always welcomed and last OM Amick lieat his divorced wife at night he was playing his old game of Eureka Kansas some weeks ago and chaperoning the winsome girls and their was sent to prison The r par gallant laux Among the party were doned him He met bis enemy- - and M- - Borton Misses Annie Laurie undertook to beat her again Hhe shot Mrs C Wert and Edith West of Decatur Jen- dead with a rifle This is but Richmond Kentucky Sarah soother evidence that women have Dement Helene Borton Octavia Fletcher in all directions sod especial v in Messrs H C Ijtughhn J Waddy Mat would purify thews Searcy ilement W S Wells Jr politics with the nhotan sod similar J P Warren and W C Darwin A row tools on the beautiful Tennessee and dainty LM Ills HCAli refreshments completed the evenings pleasure Miss Jennie Ferrell of Kich- -e of Missouri was s delegate Kentucky if one of Huntr vihes at Wash- - haudoooiest and most attractive visitors tafttoo last week sod presented the ad- - this MMuu Miss Ferrell has all the It use Protracted meeting is being held at the Bnptist and Christian churches The A New York paper says 6erv ices at the Baptist church are con- Â¬ Capt J A Crossinan of the Panama ducted by Rev Humphreys At the Chistian church by Rev R G Frank Railroad Companys Columbian Line assisted by W W Williamson both of Steamer Allianca said to night that the Lexington Good attendance and a Panama canal authorities are advertising in the Colon papers for skilled mechanics number of additions to work on the canal He says there are t CANAL WORK GUESSING PRO- - An interesting discussion has been go- Â¬ ing on regarding the relative profit to be derive from a given number of chickens and a given number of cows While one fancier declares that fifteen hens aie more valuable than the average cow a stout cow partisan swears by the beard rf the prophet that he can make more money from one cow than one man can from one hundred hens The results of tt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on the canal and two dredges at work Messrs Clias Carter and Dan Allen on the isthmus He says there is money have been on the sick list this last week enough to keep 10000 men at work for The colored Baptists have been and are two years By that time the directors still holding a tractable meetin at Lib- hope popular confidence in the scheme erty church near Bobtowu with Elder will e restored The recent lalior Frauds of Irvine presiding troubles on the isthmus have all been Many farmers are putting in the time settled between crops hauling cord wood to Berea ANOTHER RAILROAD IN ROCKCASCollege at 150 per cord This gives TLE them a little spending money and utilizes their wood and teams Last week Mr Prescott of London While in his travels through the differ- England President of the Kentucky ent parts of Estill aud Madison counties S mthern Railroad met with our citizens your correspondent has seen many very aiid an agreement made whereby we peculiar sights and talked with a great were to make a preliminary survey for a many interesting people route from here to the mouth of Line One amongst the most entertaining creek The money was soon subscrilieil was an old Baptist preacher who was 80 and Capt Spradlin at the head of a corps years old and had reared a family of 19 of engineers is making the survey this children was pastor of four different con week The right of way has already gregating at one time most of his life been secured all along the line and from and a farmer during all the time never twenty to thirty cars of freight per day asked or received any compensation for guaranteed for aliout 15 miles of the his preaching He is bale aud hearty road As our people are doing everyyet tends to bis crape and tends his thing Mr Prescott asks we thiuk we meetins regularly have a good prospect for securing the Whde a log was being sawed into lum- road Mt Yernon liagle lier at one of the mills near here last BIG SLANDER SUIT week a peculiar discovery was made which will prove interesting to relic huntJ A Hammonds of Hubble has filed ers The log was a Isrge one cut from a suit against G P Bright also of Hubble tree w Inch is probably 100 years old and for ten thousand dollara damages for slan- Â¬ in the center of the log was found sev- Â¬ der The suit is filed in the Boyle Cir eral holes bored with an auger and in the cuit Court Hammonds alleges that holes was a peg These holes with a peg Bright publicly charged him with the driven in them must have been made crime of house burning and also with lar when the tree was very young and it has ceny having given utterance to the slan Â¬ grown up around them the tree and bark derous accusations in conversations with entirely hiding them from view The L M Gray aud EL E Sims tree grew in Mr Geo Bishops farm two Hammonds is represented by Messrs L miles east of Kingston 9 Hubble ot Lancaster and Messrs Crip Yerkes and Harding of this city Mr Bright has retained Capt William Welch KIXo- and Col W H Miller of Stanford and Jasper Maupiu is up again after a short Judge R P Jacobs of this city to defend spell of fever him Danville Advocate Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BLLK LICK at present about 1 000 laborers working experiments made under varying conditions are now useful One farmer made a test with fiftv chickens and one cow and gives the result as follows Yalue of milk sold from one cow 14410 income from fifty hens mostly for eggs sold 15081 The cost of keeping the cow was given at 52 w bile the maintenance of the hens cos ISO and it is estimated that the value of the manure was equal for both The ac Â¬ count was greatly in favor of the hens ir the matter of lessened labor of care and attention the cow requiring more time and far less agreeable labor Numerous other experiments rejiorted it sum marized would probably result in favoi of the hen if taken iu the ratio of fifty to one Fanners Home Journal Â¬ THE LET ALONE POLICY IN CLARK COUNTY Ex Senator Rodney Haggard of Winchester while in Louisville yesterday was telling his friends how neatly sound money carried the day in Clark countv recently Mr Haggard says the victory was the direct result of a plain statement of the case to the people of Clark county We are not having hard times in Â¬ Â¬ ttt Clark sad he and have been gettiug along fairly well all the time except dur ing the brief period of aberration wlfen we tried to make Winchester as big as Louisville in a few days time But thats over and except for the boom folly our people have not felt that sort of da that is needed to make a sympathetic audience for a man who talks about the calamity that has followed the crime of ls7j We met such talk by simply proving to men that farmers and working- men were not worse ofl but most of them better off than before 1873 The fact is that on a square vote between opening the mints to the free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 and letting the money system alone the let alone policy would carry Clark county by a thousand majority The majority for the sound money candidate at the late primary was less than that simply on account of Black burns personal popularity Courier- Journal Â¬ i Jim Dill in is meeting with success in is a favorite material for stylish riding getting up Sarrard countys donation to habits skirts just concealing the feet and the big O A B barbecue to be given in short cutaway jackets fastened by three Louisville If you feel likegiving yege buttons with plaided vests and Derby tables sheep pigs or beef see him a id hats For very warm weather linen everything will be attended to The skirts are cooler with shirt waists and people out in the State must help the straw sailors Yachting suits exhibit B0 rood peopk of Louisville to entertain the marked changes except that skirts are old vets in true Kentucky style The often over live yards wide and quite a railroads will send out special trains all preference is evinced for white duck over the Slate to gather up these donawhich with a succession of tancy fronts tions and will haul them in free being about the effect of constant novelThe two white men Turner and High ty at the same time blue serge is in knight who acted as detectives in the strong demand antl the many bicycle whisky eaaea at week have folded riding yachting or street suits of Pluette their tent and left for greener pastures storm serge attest the growing appreciaThev rented a oouse out on Danville tion of the only genuine rain proof serge pike and all was lovely until Tuesday the result of a finishing process by which morning when they fell out and pro the absorbent qualities ot the Pluette ceeded to wipe each other out of exisl fabrics whether serge broadcloth or silk Marshal ence Arnold brought them are entirely destroyed consequently no b f ire Judi Totten and oh as bloody water adheres to the surface but runsoti as stuck hog- - said they would get out ol and even if forced through tloes not wet town it let off They have shaken Lmthe material They are kept by all lead- caster dust from their feet and it is hoped ing retailers in large cities and after a that the community will not be infested practi al test of the Pluette goods all of with any more such cattle soon which are stamped Pluette every five Henry Reddick who is in jail charged yards ami are only genuine when ao with firing the Miller Hotel told Jailer stamped one concurs in the opinion of Beaajga Sunday morning that Shelby an eminent chemist that the Pluette Nunn who killed Win liest was fixing are an honor to American manufacture to break jail Mr Benge accordingly and advancing science made a search and tound hidden in TIIK I OMIAPOI K STYLE Ntinns cell i saw made of a large butcher of hairdressing belongs only to the fa knife and a bottle ol acid aud strings vored few who have regular features and with which to saw out Nunn refused low broad foreheads its severity however to tell wher he got the things but it is is softenod by curls over the temples believed that his wife got them for him and the roll merely over the forehead Public BOBtlmeBt gets stronger against Soft wavy coiffures seem a permanent Nunn all the time and the chances are fancy and provided the side hair is that the death penalty will lie intlicteed crimped almost any grouping of puffs or by the trial jury though of course Nunn twists is admissible An ingenious ar- will never be hung Its not the style rangement called The Saratoga twist to hang men these days no matter who is a small circular frame upon which they shoot down in cold blood Had long hair is woven and the natural hair Nunn sawed the bars all the prisoners is twisted up with the artificial Inith including Roddick could have escaped resting on the edge of the frame which and much paisc is due him for giving forms a basis giving the idea that the the scheme awav natural hair is very luxuriant Another new idea is a bang made on wires which SEEKING SOUTHERN HOMES can be expanded or compressed as oceaV sion requires and worn at back or trout The demand for homes in the South is as well Side comlis when properly placed are a great addiiion and small growing rapidly from all parts of the tortoise shell pins aid in preventing any- North and Northwest The rigors of the thing like stiffness the foundation of winters in t lose sections have caused stylish coiffures being an easy graceful many to seek a more equitable climate Referring to this Southern movement the appeal anee Indianapolis Live Stock Journal in a re A NEW HRACEIET cent issue th is tat s the situation worn at a Casino dance consists of four There are indications of a turning of large opals set upon a delicate gold chain tlietideof imriigratiou backward irom the and several oilier bracelets were of an West to the Smth Several parties of equally slender foundation set with iarmers from Western states and from diamonds and emeralds alternating about Canada have ately been touring through a quarter of an inch apart A tiny diaVirginia Oeorgia and other Southern mond yacht or a figure on horseback States prospe ting for homes for them each one less than an inch long make selves and for others in the regions from very pretty brooches and a third novelty which they ctme is an inch long diamond cab and horse To day had the negro been left in Af- Â¬ with golden wheels antl harness Such rica the Smtli would be the most popu designs are formed of very minute stone lous section of the Union aud are marvels of delicate workmanA colony of Grand Army men is being ship Yeuona Clvkke formed iu Oeorgia They have bought a very large trad of farming fruit and veg City of Toledo State of Ohio etable land ind will soon lie moving Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is isouth iu companies regiments and bat the senoir partner of the firm of F J talions This is one way for the South to Cheney Co doing business in the City reap the benefits of a part of the pension money she is tatted on to fork over of Toledo County and State aforesaid Capture the whole Grand Aimv is our and that said firm will pay the sum of motto they make ti utherners One Hundred Dollars for each and every w hen they once go South ami enjoy its case ot catai rh that cannot be cured by benefits Mote them South and in this the use of Hails Catarrh Cure way get all tin pension money FRANK J CHENEY They will be iu Luiisville this fall and Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day ot December that would be the time to make indus trial prisonersof them Industrial Amer A D 18S6 cau A W GlkA Se1 Notary Public i Baiytt Pile Suppository Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally irsBteed to cine Piles and Constipaand acts directly on the blood and mucous tion 01 money reloaded 50 cent per surfaces of the system Send for box Sem iips for circular and monials free Free Sample to Mai tin FJ CHENEY JO Prop Toledof 1 hannacint Lancaster Pad N Pa AWSold by druggist Anwered Ftr sale by all Or Prices Cream Baking Powder druggists every where and in Bert by S E Welch Jr wotns rair nigfltsf OVKKT l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENOI1SII IOTII m Mo Relief Ho Pur 50c size contains two and one half times as much as 35c bottle HERB MEDICINE CO SPRINQFIELD Solo Evekxwheiie 25 and 50c Per Bottle i vvat VfevevVv4v1 Livery Stable I Wnulj Louisville By Ul Tobacco Market Otirreii W ar-- r A wish to sell pivieymv new brick slahle same square and near Hotel Richn Glvndon Ky ro6esKn W S Sales on our market ior the closed amount t 3231 Car the same period 1 Mad Sales 01 the cr on our market to this d hi ds 7 s Our n bacco All giilea ol b change color have been taktn at s prices to c er and the market his wiat more strength en this been n tor the be ter grade of red leaf lemanM about as I he lieen tor three which reach us from the country the effect that in man -- DUNCAN our m 77 7 ies over hauled and piinted at tne vciv prices Ali work guaranteed to be as good as any in tbe Stute Carri how n Richmond Carki voe Works - tvpe ctorv other- it hrt I S L Midkift mo LEG Proprietor Monday Joe D Martin tiled suit against Chief of Police Chan T Wilson and his botadBHken Win Sp neer and J P iames for - vk daanagca It will be reuieinhered that on the night of June I7th Maitin while resisting arrest was shot in the leg by Chiel Wilson and as a result of the wound Martins leg had to tie amputated above the knee Mar tin ans damages for the above amount for the loss of his leg alleging that he was shot by Wilson without can provocation but Chief Wilson says he will be able to establish the fact that Martin besides resisting arrest tired on him twice before he shot him Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat Â¬ e crop has been done to the gr Â¬ The following quotations fairly represent our market for burle c rop lrsh Dk or damaged Si 50 to 2 75 - to 3 5 Common COorj trash Medium to good colory trash j 50 To 5 00 Common Lugs not coloiy j o tfl 5 3 omrion c 4 - 5 Medm to 50 to Medium to Good Leaf o to u 00 7 Good to Kine Leaf u 00 to Ic 00 Select Wrapper- OO to id 00 I KaiSunl Versa town Xi 13o7 afvim I - 7 Opm HAY GRADES iioi vf rwn Milv I baled No 2 Clover Hay Shall be clover sound well baled not good enough for No 1 Choice Prairie Hay Shall be upland hav of bright color well cured sweet sound and reasonably free from Weeds No Prairie Hay Shall be upland and may contain onepiarter midland of good color well cured sweet sound and reasonably free of eeds V I Prairie Hay Snail 1 upland of fair color or midland of good color well curt sweet sound and reasonably trei from weeds No J Prairie Hay Shall be niidlan of a ciliir mm auiniii our 01 goOO color well cured sound and reasonably free full- 1 The National convention of hav dealers n 1 taili established the following grades for ha Lv r Choice Timothy Hav Shall lie timothy rd Lv Vi Ar N not mixed with over one twentieth other Ar R 1 Dliltl Rraaaaa properrj cured bright natural o Ar r ioeiio lions a Louisville for all color sound and well baled as V No Timothy Hay- - Shall lie timothy Connections at Lexington for all points in th Southeast Knoxville Hot s not more than one fifth mixed withother1 il e Iuattano Atlanta and Florida tame grasses properly cured good col Iiiiy Except Sunday B T SWIFT sound and well baled A WHFrmv c City Ticket Agl TVU t Aut Pass No i Timothy Hay Shall include air111 Louisville Kj nton Ky timothy not god enough for No W H GREEN p not J SJ lien Superintendent Traffic Mirr over oue third mixed with other graK Washington U 1 Wtsdnvoii I G sound and well baled W A TURK C A BKNsii iTrK No 1 Clover Hav -- Shall lie medium mt s WW clover not over one twentieth other grasses properly cured sound and well 1 1 it TABLERSDII BUCKEYE CURES A SURE e lilm OINTMENT NOTIM BUT PILES II BEST REMEDY for PiLES SOTD KY A 1 1 DKlVCIsT l BartdbrSI HAESCS aTXD ML ST IX known for IS years as trio and CERTAIN CURE FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TD 14 YEARS OM cinal Uses in z OLD from weeds and r- 10 gallon Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair Packages a i Mm BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Fret from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A dr Silver Crsek Li sale Dealer Cs2y J CREEK KY To Debtors and Creditors All NOTICE I ARNOLD ce Au8- lo- - W M 3 THE CLIMAX Caldwell High Scbsei The regular session of Caldwell High School will open on Monday Baa 2nl 21 IMP AI WEDNESDAY Provision has been made for every pupil of the sehoo age in Richmond Bova Winchester Fair tomorrow and girls get ready to begin with the le You can do so and there is ncinnMi and return Natur- - ginning nothing like an early start Iulu t Mm thr Uaa aaaa meeting begins at Hate lick Joel Rector brother of the noted lay - Rector who has several times In en Satarday 150 to Cin- convicted for having a rope in his hand ti that somcliodys horse got tangled up ft York tuning a fall with at the other end compelling him to take it home with him was triad by ion to Cincinnati Bamiaa Anner on the the 19th for steai itr a still house He was held to answer at tlie September grand jury Whitty Wahlrop of Kirkuville hied id Fever in Oweatonla8t Sunday Tames Clark Rice died of typhoid I M n another good man lever Sunday night aged prohahly 57 plan at a candidate far Conncil- Buried m Richmond cemetery He vaa a native of Clark ij named for Cm lames Clark bed meeting dosed at the the Dr C C Smith residence it v Baptist Church Friday with ii near Waco baa or lifteen years ago and lived there at the time of his death He M McKenna eollaaesa a bar was usually known asImige liiee with a billiard roiier Brwnft Ki st faar Om morning last week Julius Kim- Kirkr ville baa aaa ran over ami killed hv the S48 the Mid trahi K C north near Berea He was l kiiksville I lying on the track probaUji aaleep He ne el the hoys who planned to rack and roh bath the K C and I N K C Depot eery at iV K night trains into Richmond sevMonday night hut eral years ago He has since been in importance except a the penitentiary He had eight pistol I 1 Â¬ 1 Kcn--siou- unlay night The protracted meeting at lit Pleasant 0 D Cbenault called the meeting to had twenty three additions up to MonW R Smith was chosen chairman day Ijist night the question was to be order and D B Shackelford secretary decided as to whether or not the meeting Mr Smith accepted with a few re- Â¬ should continue marks J V Caperton A R Burnam M to a House Not Made With Hands and T S Fllis spoke at length The substance of all the remarks was ticorge Masters died at his home on Silver Creek Friday night Aug Kith that the Council had been and continues IMS aged 71 years He lived in the to be extravagant That the city gets lames iiogie stone house on the left deeper and deeper in debt as time goes hank of the creek built ninety five ears on notwithstanding the revenues are all ago He began a poor man but leaves a the while increasing Superfluous officials with salaries were mentioned and late higher salaries for actually necessary Considerate of Home funcerns officers were pointed out RetrenchThe Ciimw like other papers is al ment and reform were demanded wavs pleased to see its items copied hv A committee consisting of C D Che Mb exchanges but it will never deprecinault J M Neff A R Burnam W B ate a home concern for the sake of hav Smifh J ML Poyntz B C Potts ing some neighboring paper copy the treen Miller A D Smith J V Crooke item A large part of the province of the Jr Pat iraily J W Caperton John A Cum ii is the building up of home instiHiggins George M Willging and Maditutions son Campbell was appointed to nominate candidates and report Saturday at Skipped Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ House and hot far Sab Citizens Meeting W R Shackelford administrator with A jjood crowd of Republicans and the wili annexed of Laura Scudder will Democrats the former preponderating sell publicly Aug Vist a house and lot bled at the court house Monday on Hill street in Richmond Good prop- Â¬ night and appointed a committee to se Â¬ erty See ad lect candidates for City Councilmen and report at an adjourned meeting next Sat PragretiMBg find 8 n broken down in the blood purifying building np aalitie of Hood SaraaparUla just what Sirs they need IM Griggs of Un- Â¬ Texas gives til lie r experience be- Â¬ I aulrered low almost death witb local tronbics which developed Into a very serious flection and made Tired Women fMlMlifl ma sfE rflsjgjii lSHrSJB rrtisTSJ EBIrtilaj nirifrMrriefr r r il ri can I i eh i i ircjBaTiiEarcjBairjGarcjcorcjBa I r en ccj T pr it I raa rei rc its n iwmnyBnwBnmBmEmnamWmTammftiim ill EJUSlCd mnmMmnmmfSimmMnLWMiIm SfrtJrvevi surgical opera- Â¬ 1 tion necessary was completely had numerous boils and when I commenced taking Hoods Sarsa parilla I weighed only 112 pounds Now I weigh over 125 pounds and am In better health than tor the piist fifteen years Formerly I was covered with eruptions I can trnly ssy now my akin Is clear rJi iSrrHJrtiH T Lat YWMBBaBBBBnnBBBv v5erv iTifgLjSfiti anianaaniataaniBnaTiil pgfc O ffiaftftua an an aa an rn I wwnarnaFnarnnrnnrnBr i- SbSJisra - n M Ml raj raj E - IE Sljiraj fpajfrilg Hoods Sarsaparilla has no equal tor poor ran down women Every one remarks about how well I am looking Mrs Isa Grioc- WHICH IMIIEIbTS Be iEJ riln Hoods Pills art harmoniounly with Houds SarirUl1 --M ME Sfrrl The Ground Tore Dp The Luxrow reform idea of municipal afiairs has struck Richmond like a big BEST ON EARTH ifiJgfrJai Mr Knos Thomas and Miss Mary Eliza Covington of the Union City country eloped last week and were married Mike Baxter Jr was the manager of the scheme and that meant success Tell It AilThe bride is a daughter of Jeptha Covington and the groom a grand son An amusing incident occurred 8t the of Boh Thomas deceased Frost banquet FViday night which is too ill his pocket llarri- - baa boaa an ton g to let pass an noticed Among othbone to California aa II u ml red aad Kleventn SrssioB Brows dm of ers presented to President Frost was Prof Roliert Campbell who taught t the Atlanta The Elkhom Baptist Association held Judge French Tipton editor of the with Prof Hagernian on The Hill this on a three da s session last week at Stamp Ciimw As the two clasped hands and place and has of late been preaching to ing Grand Bead county Prof I looked into each others intelligent eyes - sold hi Irvine Uucker of Georgetown was elected mod a church in Garrard county has been President Frost felt moved to sav some If liin t ol afillera- - erator There was a large attendance called to take charge of a church in Ban thing expressive of his appreciation of tv who will start a Dr A C Davidson of Georgetown Co Francisco Prof Campbell is of the old the editor and with a flourish said Well Alexander Campbell stock ami obtained Judge I lege preached the opening sermon have traveled extensively and v a prosperous e This is the oldest Association we t of the doctrines of the church from the read a great many county papers but liest sources ir hand rod the Alleghanies and the parent of the in v wife and I both came to the conclusion araeiathaa four tlii some time ago that the Register is the No Fort at H hitrs Station The Register has seen a coin of ancient cleanest brightest and most readable lie Cured at Hoar date which it supposes was lost at the newspaper published iu Richmond fillers B Stephenson of the Watts Kimelv T noticed the ill te preach Old Fort at Whites Station Some President Frost never Co Pott Worth has an advertisement break he made but to say that you time ago it discovered a skull near Whites in to days Climax guaranteeing cures could have lit a caudle in the editors for whiskv morphine cocaine and to siation that it thought lielonged to a Fori Estili occupant The Register ought to face or knocked him down with a feather hahits He baa cured perhaps the at rage has ijuali would be expressing it mildly Register His know that there never was in days of old S Muber- - m at dirlicult eases in Richmond The above is correct so far as it goes nor since that time any fort at or near term are reasonable he is well equipped r Dennett am But the editor of The Climax nothing nnderatanda the business and if you Whites Station Fort Estill was within a daunted replied Dr Frost that was few hundred yards of the present railroad treatment Mr consult him til will return from station of that name which is the same once true when I was with the Register Stephenson was a resident of Richmond it was the best local paper in the world w n mi Kentucky before he went o California and Texas as Harris postotlice and is seven miles but as quit that paper eight years ago I nl will Mr Beauregard troin Whites Station cannot say so much for it But I do u and a Train Jackson Breckinridge lee Davis you a llore think the Pantagraph is now the liest must revise your geography The Bourbon Newaaara ling W paper in existence Dr Frost instantly A mite south of Maysville a hors rdinc t the R Mi Follows Her Husband to The Ureal Here well replied I have not hail fastened iu a sttck pit on the track and a McKinley jaa after the pleasure of seeing the Pantagraph could not lie removed by prising or liftmyth Mrs Mary Hacker died Tuesday niirht hut 1 do hear on all sides among our ing out Saws were brought into BBS people that the Pantagraph is really the August loth and was buried in Rich over the ami the ties were sawed in two and the Ktr the Climax A i Imndreil horse was allowed to fall into the pit mond cemetery Thursdav from the First paper in all this country I as you will Sulky and Saddle Piesbyterian church Rev J K Smith observe was merely remarking from Iwaj aad were then placed over the pit to Neal 21 property ol T H Collins of Her husband m u1 the keep the animal from Theodore what I have seen jumping and officiating of this eonaty was behind the monev at w The explanation was entirelv satisr the train then passed over The Hacker died on Friday night Aug 2nd factory Lebanon last week Mrs Hacker was only 42 veals old was 1 wa- - afterward taken out by a Mvrtzv Mr Wm Rues splendid pacer the aeaaoa has county She n to wrecking crew none the worse for bis a Miss Cook horn in Ciav this and Clay riii- Iiiy Who Saw a Thousand iUMuts broke a leg in her race at Lebanon last had numerous relatives in unusual experience it week Later Richmond has onlv three policemen counties among them Mrs Joe Noland Jav Stone bv Vatican worked a mie FVenev Berry and Alman and an aver Mul Lu k Springs of Onion City Mrs A E Carse of Richover the Richmond track lat Friday in age of two thousand people toone police Id one dollar perdar mond Five children remain Mis Joe 24f the last half of which he made in n of Cii Three religious eervicea each day con Obit Katie and Foin this place Mrs man is liable to keep a cop moving ih He la the property of J J Neale Climax ill is House Rich ducted hv one of the ablest evangel Schooler of Ashland and Matt Hacker When did Mr Tim ONeil oi this place Hold on Is of Irvine nth Robert J 2 01 the king at light harlay aside the policemans garb He row Annual cainp ineeting opens on Fri And Another One ness has met his second defeat of the vet obaarre on his bosom one of those here lay August 23 and continues ten days luce upon a time as the storv tell- stars of authoritv as large as a turtle year by Joe Patchen The mineral water of 3late Lick is pro T Thurman 2151 the California stallion nounced hv juiges to lie the best The ers would say a young man from Rich shell but perhaps he is serving the city hi in by FUectioneer dam by Gen Denton mond met two friends in Cincinnati free of charge That statement does grve around brbeaatiful and cooling It 12 1 was burned at Ft Wajne Ind Monday Uailmads and hotels will accommodate They found their way into a Dutch beer not say so however On the contrary it later a garden The young man was not much shows where Mr OXeilhas been regu- night and oi the public at reduced ra The great Directum fcOSJ has again Tickets on sale at Hasans drug store in German but be wished to call for larly paid as a policeman The Ciimw gone lame However he has to ids credit three beers ii German He could not must unseal its optics Pantagraph Has Done Vill think of the German word for three but The boy who saw a thousand rabbits tl e fastest mile of the yeir 200 West Mr A R Burnams twr year-old Rev Arnold formerly lived in Ilich- - he knew it for two which iszwei so lie and the man who said the horse was m The Standlord Journal Bare called out zwei beer and another one sixteen feet high are one and the same Wilkes filly worked a mile last Friday Rev W K Arnold whose four years 22i This is veiy last for a To the chronicler of the R gister who and he is the editor ol The Pantagraph tin If no aeeident be iv up and according to the rules of enumerates the poets of Madison countv He is merely larger now since he lias on a half mile track lrch he will have to leave us short as Dodan Yates Laursmaii and Davis seen the horse than he was when he saw falls her she should wiu money whenly tells us that the Stamiford and He ever she starts we suggest Has the the rabbits another one But he has tired of lookini From the way Benletta L0i has been Kendree Metlio list churches have dur- Register forgotten the pretentious liook at terrestrial objects and his vision has lair winning anil defeating sin h a good and ing ate raised of near Hi pages issued by the Knickerover f 700 soared aloft where bright stars on a blue e w ill leriug that there is not a rich man bocker press the Putnauis of New background alarm him evidently think- consistent race hone us Klamoth 2 07J VV W in the membership oi either this is re York three years ago entitle The ing that every star represents a police- Â¬ i seems that she is destined to wear the The llethodiata may he poor Flud of Time a Poem of the Future by man Verily the guilty flee when no crown She has proven herself to be the bat they are the pavingest people of all L G Barbour I D A truly bad man will the greatest of all 4 year old race horses man pursueth ther Bni set J J X The church here is in a most harmonious Yier poets and another one see more policemen in a day than a good ill ie August Belmont has purchased Henry condition and Mr Arnold will leave it man will see in a lifetime Hikes and Biking anil of Navarre ol Baron McClelland with tiie love of ali its members and the As to INeil he has charge of the citv will I H by Two young ladies one in Richmond He pail Wa Dorian of J W Kmlgers sincere re iet that he baa to go else prisoners works them on the streets hOO for Henry of Navarre and S7 300 for and one at Kirksville have bought w here lavs stone crossings and incidentally has Dorian bikes lie does not intend he says to jiolice authority to make arrests host an Arm in a thresher Wagers He proposes to race them in Enctand A cyclist at Flkhart Indiana rode too vet Neil had the city prisoners in charge William Misk with Broadduss steam confine his racing operations in America near a fast train ami the suction pulled when the workhouse was in operation iii Richmond and E thresher was at work on the farm of of the hoping 8 it 12th Haden Turpin Jr three miles north him under the wheels causing instant The system was changed and ONeil turf hereto elevate the standard death To placed in charge of the prisoners His right east of Richmond Saturday Wilkes Ixlge Stock Farm Fayette Co A numlier of bikeinen will go on the preserve order in the vicinity of the H- i- Ken Km Willi arm was caught hv a bant and horribly reports death of trotting stallion Florida prisoners and keep them within bounds ing it at the elbow and limp natWlilBJ excursion Sunday to Car- cored The horse was tooled in 1867 and was wrist and fracturing both bones Drs lisle SI the round trip and bike over to he was vested with authority to arrest years old ewdi Infirmities brought on by old Blue Licks for dinner offenders that come around the workers iibsoi and Evans amputated it just merFlorida was bred age caused his death Balary of Si0 a mouth is paid him as Another record was broken last Min will lie above the elbow an bv Nat Roe of Florida New York and It keeper of the prisoners not as a police- Â¬ was got by Hambletonian 10 out of a The unfortunate man is a son of Mrs dav and that by Richmond hikemen his numei Amanda Risk deeeaaed who lost an arm was not however a bike record that w as man mare by Volunteer etc He was fairly vnaa Fair in a cane mill ntr Galon City thirty smashed to pieces but the famous recoul For The Climax successful as a sire of trotters aud had to the years ago the sorghum mill having then of Napoleon retreating from Meaeow Hlfl Animal Sunday School Convention his credit Oneida 217 Florida Monarch iiited recently apieared here The opposition Six bikeinen went to Linnietta Springs The 90th Annual State Bonder School 2171 Fiust 2ltU Fanny Swope 2 intier to them was so great that Representee via Danville a distance of 47 miles Convention was called to order at 30 Walnut 219j and several other 210 pere tare for the round trip RaHear then in the Legislature from They were Green Clay John Arnold Tuesday afternoon at the Central Chris- Â¬ formers Feuz 227J at 2 years old was at Fail to be held at Mailison introduced a bill to prohibit lohn R Gibson R C H Covington Florida was owned by Col tian church of Lexington by Florida I L7til t The the use of them but the bill was lost George Simmons M EL Brown About nine hundred delegates from all Z E Simmons sight of when Mershon contested and trip down was delightful But the re- parts of the State were present bets lmt Judge Rice property of W S Hume treat was terrible Covington Simmons ousted the author Throw out the life line was sung by v Co took second menev in his race at Kennedy iv nting the Risk has two deaf mute sisters His and Gilisou were strewn along the frozen the congregation at 730 p m followed Buffalo last week It is believed that ife Insurance Co of IVovi mother has teen dead several years and way from Linnietta to Lancaster and by a vocal solo by Mr FYank Croxton Judge can step a mile close to 212 New York to H H Tug the drearv shades of night hushed their Mr Alfred I ay of Toronto Ontario then his father Jesse Risk even longer Neale 218 property of T H Collins l the life of expiring words Brown fell exhausted delivered an address subject Childhood of this county captured the m H E Toggle re Obiliary 2n trot at In a snow drift at Paint Lick Clay and the Battle ground of the Kingdom he Versailles last week after dropping the Only one pavmeut 4125 had been Died at his home in this city Aug sth Arnold reached Richmond after untold spoke for half an hour and held the un- first two heats to Frenchie the latter Milton L Barbara iu thehSd year of sufferings The others slipped in Mon- divided attention of the audience taking a record of 222J his age nvriitiuR state Seaalsrial day probably on the train The boys Wednesday morning the services were Neale started again on the following The announcement of this death filled all lost from three to seven pounds itorial District Chairman Soowden opened by an early prayer meeting The day and was behind the money manv hearts with keenest sorrow Of a ity Demo baa called a oa report of field worker E S Boswell Mr John B Chenaalt sold to Lexing luss aud Sea native shv and retiring disposition leadr Senator ton parties last week his fine chestnut Many persons will recollect Capt J no proved to be very interesting ing even before the liatni of disease was next Tuesday Arraaajentanhi will le laid upon him a Wednesday alternoon liesides tire reg- Â¬ gelding by Egalite 220 piiet and unobtrusive W Ross an ex Con federate soldier who male to hold countv conventionst Band life only those who were privileged to taught sebool in this countv just after ular devotional work an address was de- Â¬ Tennis bay filly property of Mr B H irict Convention to livered bv Mise Julia Dimock of Eliza- Neale bv Ashbv 21 worked a half ate with him intimately iullv ap the war The Bolivar Mo Journal tbdidate for the Senate beth N J subject The Use of the Sand Saturday in 1211 This is the fastest of savs preciated the real force and beauty An interesting feature of the eve- Â¬ time made by a yearling over the Rich Prominent among the leading attor- Map Ret Father Kyaa iracter and life Almost at the mond track this year Bolivar and those who enjoy the ning programme was the teachers ex of St Josephs threshold of manhood he was called neys in Rev Father change by Rev J A McKauey of Louis- Â¬ Fox A Cohen captured fhirteen blues apoa to endure that bitterest of all tr- respect of the entire county is the prolie ehurih has been transferred b ville Rev James T Rice Marion and out of fourteen shows at Canipbelsvilie Sea located in Frankfort ialsthe impairment ot health and phys gressive firm of Ross the Bishop of the Reynolds International Field commodious nuarters up stairs in the William tieing year by year com Tb Cleanse Ibe System n here for three and and half ical fiowers Worker who made quite pleasing lect- Effectually yet gently when costive or piled to yield more and more to the AcurF building on the stjuare The prac ures is stay has endeared bilious or when the blood is impure or roachinente of the unrelenting tire of this reliable firm extemis from hiinsell to the tall denomina- Thursday morning the report of the sluggish to permanently cure habitual May blessings attend him Rev malady which slowlv but surely shat this and surrounding circuit courts to State Secretary was read bv Miss Mamie Father Ryan of Bellevue will succeed tered the body Though a constant our higher State courts and at Federal F Huber of Louisville Addresses were constipation to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity without irrita- Â¬ sufferer his spirit was ever brave and courts Tbev own an extensive and well Rev Major Win in delivered by Rev J L McKee of Dan ting or weakening them to dispel headfull ol encourageiuentand sympathy to selected law library consisting of choice vilie and Rev George Darsie of Frankaches cold or fevers use Syrup of Figs ail Be luloaded around hiin Living in the light repoits text books and digests and at all fort an lie of a fathers all pervading Iowa patience times give prompt and courteous atteu The idea that the wat When a person is losing flesh and wastThe general topic for Thursday afterput upon the town aeaj year is erone- - wae gien him to endure pain and bis tioii to all matters left with them Mr ing away there is cause for alarm Noth noon was Sunday School Missionary were tided with that peace which Robs the senior member of the firm isa ous The contract provide that ten ing so worries a physician Consump- Â¬ Â¬ - paaBeth understanding native of Kentucky he is closely identi- - Work The audience was then addressyears after the opening ot the watered by Rev J J Dickey of Jackson sub- - tives would never die if they could regain - -- June and loving as husliand and fied with Bolivars legal and srxial arTairs 1S1 the town has an ject Sunday School Work in the Moun- - their usual weight In tact there would father devoted and faithful as brother and is a pleasant professional gentleman to bar Afterwards a con- Â¬ be no consumption if there were no wast Mr Sea also is a Kentuekian and dur tains of Kentucky on the and friend honorable and earnest in ev ol citv tax The cause of this loss ing of thi 8 stem ference of primary teachers i come up for two ery obligation as man aud Christian up- - it- - is residence iu Polk county lias Thursday evening Devotional service ol flesh is failure to properly digest the by an abiding faith that Goal is in accumulated a wide circle of friends aiaaiaiiil being January food eaten Nine tenths o all our diseases Sea is both relia--- s report of the committees Thanksgiving all things his was that rare Christian The law firm of Ban date back to some derqdfcternent of the Adjournment e and pains taking and we commend service purity anduiiselb The delegates from this city were Mr stomach The Shaker ligcOha Cordial Primarr Klerlian for time enters with joy them to our readers which ended It J H Armstrong 1st Presbyterian Mrs will stop this wasting ot theTMBy Tiittee met The CStj the rest that reuiaiueth for the J W Zaring Christian Mi ssSudie Rus acts by causing the food we eat to be diThe on Total anil or- people of God I gested so as to do good dertnl a primarv election to showed bo baking powder sell 2ud Presbyterian Mr Joe Myers Methodist Natanael Mortonson a weii kn iwo citariou1 wards of the i Every mother hates to make her childso pure or so great la leav Laxo is sweet Cas mond Ky for the purpose of nominat Â¬ izen of lshjicming Mich and tditor Su ren take Castor Oil Royal ening power as the Now see that your blood is pure Good tor Oil ing two Councilmen from each of the perior Poten who for long time uffr- vn nrialintj uuis il health follows the ue of Hoooa Sarsapa- wards to repretieut the Denicn rtic party Premature baldness may be prevented Reports The U wa cured eight cais ago by and the hair made to grow wi heads al- - riila which is the one great blood purifier at thi tisir show Royal Baking Powder I Ukmg Aver Sar6aparilla hat ing never most bald by the use of Halls VegeUbe irmau Or Prices Cream Baking Powder j Siciian superior to all others felt a twinge o it mce F Hair Renewer Awanfed Gold Masai Midwinter Fair fffl Fraaoica 1 Â¬ i Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ I 1 -Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i p m Save a little breeze sprung by R R Burnam concerning the City Attorney Sullivans reanoaae and Burnams apol Off there were no exciting features S mm having Western cyclone Everybody his say of what should or should not be done to right as he thinks the existing state of affairs The Citizens Meeting was held Monday night when W B Smith J W Caperton A R Burnam and others gave their views and called for a new cut shuttle and deal in the Council They are for a citizens ticket regardless of Kilitics and a committee WBB liosen regardless of color or poll tics to select cam Hi lutes for Councilmen Everything seemed toberanninganaootb ly until City Attorney Pat Sullivan wits called npon to make some remarks on the work of the present and past officials which be did MtiafaotorHy and in a manlier quieted the fears of ex tra agance One point be made was that 35 rents had been added to the taxeaoi the eft on account oft ie Caldwell High School and the people voted that tax but seem to think the present Council is responeibie lor it and have charged it up to them After Mr Sullivan concluded his remarks one of the citizens movement R R Burnam jttmped on him with both feet saving be was one of the parasites of the party and other things which livened up matters considerably and did the reform movement no good To look at the cadaveioiis attorney one might think it wasnt in him but he came squarely up to the charges and made the gentleman tike water who in turn gracefully apotogiaed Then the white feather of peace once more waved and the meeting adjourned till Saturday night when the ball wil be pot in motion 3a GQtpilrrfQjmisrsfsm glWjinirllp pj rpjEsUfii5lnr its srau w IE WVlWWWWwWMilWUiWVWIWWVWWVWWWwwwU TriJS m SMOTHERS MOTHERSCx ae HAVE I B what yon have long wanted for your boy B 0 E Fall and Winter Suits It is a little early bnt come now while we nave a large selection We have just placed on sale the greatest values ever offered in Boys Two Piece Suits SomeÂ¬ SIS laral thing new a long felt want supplied Double Seat 0M is ad Knee These Suits are within Just think of it an all With Patent Elastic Waist Bands and Stay There Buttons gj0 the reach of all High prices gone to come no more wool double seat and knee suit for 3 350 4 450 and 5 These suits are without doubt the best valnes ever offered in this city We are the only merchants here who handle them and it is to your interest to see them Sizes from three se years old and up I -- We will save yon money m 3 - wwwwwaferwwwwwvv MITCHELL ITtlS COVINGTON ipiiijp irSjiMM SJb THE CLOTHIERS S miJlrrgJlr5J -- iii i frU n frrl jimRnjhtfiyi gnrJsjrsrSi SJJfrl TJ lJ iS TliJBfrljr Sj rpfciJ nJ S r0WTP apflspslPai The hair when not properly cared or loses its luster becomes crisp harsh and drv and falls out treely with every corib To prevent thistlie best dressing in ing iMcMMiEJ fWSIR E m NEW ADVERTISEMENTS It m- the market is A ers HairVigoi A large long haired black setter dog parts that silky gloss so essential to per named Sancho Return him to J Stone fec beautv Walker and get reward TEXAS FEVER IN OWEN The Texas fever has broken out among the cattle in Owen county and several farmers from that place report that manv of the cattle are dying of the di As many as thirty head have lieen lost The rapid by a man named Smith spread of the disease has not been reported to the authorities LOST im fijjgiiTrSngjjg npj g nmfi i ru g w gpipipjg irPsfjiTarrJspJgrHiJT j w-- rrrgjf NO PROFIT i - KENTUCKY- CO - WATTS REMEDY RICHMOND RY SALE THIS 2vOnSTX3Z Positive Cure FOR Â¬ Brorjwhon We do We find some one who has been cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla and people on all hands are praising this great medicine for what it has done for them and tieir triends Taken in time Hoods Sars pa rilla prevents serious illness by keeping CCRES GUARANTEED the blood pure and all the organs n a healthy condition It is the great blood For full particulars address purifier T B STEPHENSON Liquor Morphine Cocaine Tobacco Habits HJSTRENG pi1 SIS Offer additional inducements to lute btiverd by inau By thi ruratiiiu a no profit sale meant all Goods in the house must now move Profit not wanted -Vou can have the gi only the money wanted and as an inducement profits are cul olF and late buv This is how we do it ers get the benefit Hoods Pills become the favorite cat lar 2 c a tic with eveiy one who tries them box 11 35 Manager 5c per yard Now buvs Gnghams that were 7 PUBLIC SALE OF c CREMATION The fourteenth annual bulletin of the French Cremation Society states tht tin Paris alone more than 20000 bodies lave been burnt since the beginning of the movement The process of converting the corpse of an adult into ashes occu pies slightly less than an hour The so ciety counts among its members a Itrge proportion of women House and Lot I as administrator with will annexed of Laura Scudder deceased will sell at public auction a certain house and lot belonging to the estate of said Laura Scudder situated on Hill street Richmond Ky on credit of six months note with good securitv bearing 6 per cent interest from Sale on Saturday day of sale until paid August 31 at 2 oclock p m on the Â¬ Â¬ i 11 - 7ie per yard V1U U Km uu v 1 j 10c per yard r k m iiiiiaiii3 mat B Ii t c i J Sli Â¬ Â¬ pi 20c per yard sraJ Now bjvs those beautiful Piques that were 1240 And those beauiful Dimities that were 15c And thoe beautiful Organdies that were And those beautiml Ducks that were Anl those beautiful Crepons that were 15c icic Now buvs those beautiful French Dimities that were joe And those beautitul Zephyr Ginghams that were 3c And those beauti premises Notice 11 12 My store will be closed until September New York and buying fall MOST IN ist Left lor stock Dont purchase elsewhere until vou have seen the only stylish and cheap est hats in town C Hartmav 9 11 W R SHACKELFORD BtST IN mfoistrator QIMUTV Q UANTITV Now He 50c perbus thoe beautiiul yard 35c per yard Swivel Silks that were WORMS WHITES GREsM FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE 75 Dress Patterns Sh iniL Now buvs those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were 75c SLIGHTLY MIXED The Danville Advocate says Cincinnati Southern railway contactors will have to study the race question more thoroughly in order to be abie to make the fine discrimination necessary for the successful enforcement of the separate coach law Oue of them the other dav forced a well dressed lady like colored woman to leave the negro coach and enter the white car even in the face of her protestations that she was not by law entitled to a seat therein Â¬ vermifuge 20 EVERY SOLD BY GUARANTEED1 Reduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other words almost cut in half A great manv suitable for early fall wear This is an opportunity that only occurs occasion ally lake advantage ot it if you want to save monev Now buys that Big Towel that we sold at Now buys that All Linen Towel we sold 10c All 4DRtOUISTS Pre parr hr pits SfE BIG FOUR ROUTE TO THE the Shirt Waist we sold at now buys the Shirt Waist we sold at and 150 5 for those Siik Shirt Waists we sold at 4o There is not a thing in the drv goods line but what the 1 isj aNow buys ofthat Towel we soldShirts at Onlv lelt those Elegant few I2c 7c now buvs fSJi c Wits am Biff Sign Knights Templar conclave BOSTON MASS AUGUST 25 31 Worlds Fair Tests Â¬ One of the largest signs ever paint d is on the roof of the Chattanooga Med cine Compan s laboratory at the foot of Lookout Mountain The sign is 171 feet long and 40 feet wide and reads McElrees Wine of Cardui for Women Some of the letters are 30 feet long and can be read from the top of the historic old moun- Â¬ tain No visitor comes to this popular resort without having Wine of C ardui firmly impressed on his memory This medicine has increased in popular favor very rapidly and now stands at the lead of its class Thousands of ladies uie it every month Â¬ price has been reduced on it Give us a look and see for yourself now buys those Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold for 9 10 and 11 10 now buys those Elegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold for 1250 1 1350 and 15 i3 15 now buys those beautitul Mens Suits that we sold for 20 and 2250 In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same way 50c now Duys our colored Shirts that we sold tor 75c 75c now ur Colored Shirts that we sold for I1 5 now buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for Sico been 7o fSjs 1 ONE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP recognize former prices MasrniSccnt Sleeping Car Service Elegant Sluing Cars Ticket good going Aurut lyth to 25th good returning until September 10th with puvilege of extenion until September 30th you have only been thinking of buying We wa it to close out every yard in the house and make prices so they will go This is a no profit sale We mean every word of it and ear Â¬ nestly ask you to give us a look We will save you money and give you good gooJs and vali Mens Underwear Jt3T53 not Carpets and Mattings 2SitZ mm For full particulars call on agent Big Four Route or address D B Martin Genl PaM and Ticket Agt or E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr 7- BUB i -- j S Govt i Lightnng Hot Drops What a Funnv Namol Very True but It Kills Ail Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There Is No Pav - mm the I stock of carriages bu is the handsomest and most stylish country Give me a call Richmond Carri ag Wok ij L Midkiff Ptopr 39 VI y H in J STREP Jar ffiJrl IBBBSSI liriajgiafgJej Well Satisfied with Ayers Hair Vigor rly Before he was thirty he had made up his mind that it was his duty to do what he could for the relief of the unfortunate negroes who were held in bondage in the south he wrote a pans In phlet called Justice and Expediency in which he considered the whole question of slavery and declared that it should cease forever Three years later writes Prof Breeder Matthews in St Nicholas he beeaase secretary of any quick grov ing hardy variety will the Anti Slavery society In lss he answer but require more land a grove went to Philadelphia to edit the Penn Â¬ 50 to 100 feet wide being DCCCil sylvania Freeman and so boldly did he Mix nut bearing trees and those valuadvocate the right of the negro to own able for timber with others at planting himself that the printing office was time The accompanying illustrations sacked by a mob and burned Then Figs to 5 show some of the most as more than once afterward for the ible forms for the windbreak same cause Whittier was in danger of which will furnish sufficient variety of eternity his life If the land is on the east or south side It my friends that makes tiu v were W hittier showed physical courage in of the road the buildings must be us feel our dependence upon Uod We facing the ruffians who wished to pre placed a eaemwderable distance from it know our own weiiKues- ilex- vent free speech but he had revealed the highway unless space for planting ons strength until the last plank hair the higher moral courage in casting his the trees can be obtained from It is contemptible in us when breaks the - and lot with the little band of abolitionists farm just across the road A long rope nut there is nothing else to take hold of Dp to this time ke had looked forward attached to a stake is helpful in laying lea ven there is not that we catch hold of God only Whv to holding public office as well he out the crescent If rapid growth is you do not Know who the Lord is He THE ROCKING CHAIR might when many another journalist expected cultivate the soil deeply is mt an autocrat seated far up in a and me palace rata which he emerges once a Uld tn It- II io Hi ii1 in Caaea of Dra- - was stepping from the newspatwr desk thoroughly enrich it before planting nto publi life When he became one the small trees or seed Plant in rows Baaasnv by heralds swinging of the small band who denounced and cultivate much as you would corn s ords to clear the way Critics of America said a well No Hut a Protect from injury by live stock and have poked fan at slavery he gave up all chance of office lather willing at our call to mown physician lie also bad literary ambition but so teams by proper fencing Any sensiby us in every erUia and ts for being a nation of rockers Ameras the power of the slave ble man or womau by his or lier own I of life tell you icans have been pictured as sixty mil it mac be predicament what snie of your basioesa men ions of persona seated in sixty millions owners then and so intolerent were labor can soon produce a good wind- they that most editors and publishers break without any outlay unless it be ne think of A youiiir man goea f rocking chairs some of them cra were sorely intimidated and declined for the yoang trees or seeds Within off from hemic to earn his fortune lint now comes Dr He lles of course to print not only any attack on slavery a few years it will add several times with his mothers i iiimiU and Iaiue a ft each West India physician vho says it is good for us He has but even the other writings of an au n its cost to the selling value of the She has lartre wealth Way thor who was known as an abolitionist farm In sides bein- a comfort and sat- bat he wants to make his own fortunt teea talking of what he calls the Thus Whittier in identifying himself isfaction ray fal la t i mt ixm effects that the lullaby chair exer with the anti slavery to ivciiicnt ises on subjects affected with atony of oncv lumps of deciduous trees and ever lie semis tor r thought that be was giving p his lit greens can oftcti be so located as to Atony is want of tone mg asking for die stomach af Laiue says that a course of rocking crary future also He made his deci- - ford shelter for stock protect some the answer he gets is if Why sion promptly and he never regretted you dont pay up Saturday Bight youll crop furnish fuel and lumber beautify lair after each meal the oscillations r not it Indeed in later life he said to a the landscape and utilize rough land betsag quiet and regular stimulates must ie be removed to the hospital v iMg man sends to a comrade J W Smith in Orange J add Parmer astreintestinal peristaltism and that boy of fifteen to whom he was giving lie- My lad if thou wonldsl win counsel in the same building No help He lyspeptics shonld take notice The success join yourself to some unpopu- Â¬ w rites t banker who was a friend of hair ought to be light so that rocking FACTS FOR FARMERS lar but noble cause d father No relief He requires no effort and sufficiently in not A erase chicken should weigh from choolmnte but he dkted backward that the person may itner THE BICYCLE CANNON two to three pounds ets no help Saturday nitrht comes lie rather than sit in it Physicians will agree that Dr Laine has done and he is moved to the hospital UraFBCI the young trees and try to list How the Guns May Be Mounted In Future repair the damage done to those letting there he is frenzied with Americans a real service It baa always ojrk Wan girdled aud he borrows a sheet of paper been rather difficult to explain the naor a With the Why tage stamp and he sits down tional passion for the rocking chair but and defense many new devices of offense and arUek have recently made noveltiesnot experiment a little with your and lie writes home saying and so find out what suits Dear now it is only too easy Americans arc their appearance comes the bicycle the worst sufferers from indigestion you best r I am sick unto death - and Come cannon The gun mounted on a bicycle It is ten nnnutes of 10 oclock when and dyspepsia in the world but it now Diictk the butter color in milk and waa in a parade in New York city reÂ¬ Pta the letter At Id oclock the apjH ars that we have instinctively cently and was seen by thousands of add it to the cream just before starting train starts She is five minutes from rushed to what is now proved to be the people says the National anii the churn Tribune the depot she gets there in time to best system of relief A atranaX of unleached ashes and a mts The vehicle was a twin cycle in ap Â¬ The man who lunches on pie and have live minutes to spare She won pearance much like a tricycle and peck of fine ground bone are excellent why a trdn that can go thirty then balances himself In a rocking known as a duplex It is especially fertilizers for a mature apple tree an hour can not go sixty miles chair is unconsciously doing his best to li With the loss of the liquids and the ht and strong The cannon a steel stimulate hisgastro intestina peristaltian hour she rushes into the hospital sm he is practically singing a lullaby rifled affair thirty four inches in leaching of the aoUda three foartka of - lie wiiat does all this length eight inches at the butt and the viiluc of barnyar manure is lost to his outraged and injun d stomach Why iiidnt you send for me Kxi r four to everybody but me You which is kept from crying aloud only fifty at the muzzle and weighing about that KRiMitx has clearly demonstrated spraying fruit trees while in pounds is swung between the two knew I could and would help vou Is by this method of soothing it Heboid ttrac rear wheeles resting upon the con bloom with arsenites results in the in America a nation of invalids vainlv nake this the reward I get for my kindn you always endeavoring to rock themselves to necting axle and is further supported death of the bees in the vicinity She bun lies him up If it from above An ingenious mechanism YKGHTBirs are excellent spring ton - him home and gets him well a on id very sleep Dr Laines theory is too good permits of the piece of ordnance being Tkeir delicacy and freshness Now some of you treat tiod not to be true ii for inc Vou soon raisi or deflected to any angle tempt the appetite stimulate the sys- Â¬ ust as that young man treated his lease The caisson containing the ammunitem and counteract spring fever er When you get into a finan- PHONOGRAPH DESCRIBED IN 1660 ears tion is carried on another duplex Pour Plants in the hotbed should be hard- Â¬ cial perplexity you call on the banker artillerymen equip the battery Thev ened off by removing the glass entirely you aa broker you call on The Frenchman Who Did It Waa onald h an i ered trazy are at once gun crew and motive power on fine days and even at night for a your creditors you call on your lawex A few Two men on the seats can propel the few days before transplanting At this ago could yer for legal counsel you call or self withmonths de while amusing my- Â¬ maciines Cyrano with their heavy loads at a time alo they should receive a thorIiergeraes Historic everybody and when you can not tret omique faster gate than Ktats Iet well enough any help then yon gotoGod Toaaay Lune et des Soliel at Umpires de la shown in similar horses have ever ough watering so as to make the iv du Paris 1660 I was service The work of earth cling to tha roots when they are O Lord come to Thee Help me ainazedsaysa iave writerin Popular Science wax ling the gun into position is the removed Ami the Monthly and now out of my perplexity to come across the matter work of an instant comes though it is the ecventh lven- The Tarmer Who Grnwi Weed hour He says yo a cii iro bin this world Why did you not quoted below which surely foreshadows the phonograph as closely as do Bacons Juat Gone The good farmer grows no weeds ln fore As one whom his Von miht hiti for me To most German visitors to Rome Weeds are indigenous to the poor farm mother couforteth so will I comfort words the steamship and railway The a in t en- It is to throw us back apoa iod author De Ilergerac is on a voyage Goethe is a sort of diety and after his and the companion if not the friend ad tell him you over the moon Ieft alone a little while death every trace of his stay there of every indifferent and unthrifty that we have this ministry of tears farmer It is not that the seeds are Again it is the use of trouble to ca- - by his guide the latter gives him to however unimportant was unearthed he would img there ite us for the office of sympathy help him while away the hour some and visited as if it had b en a sat ltd not found in all soils but that they are re are Bern lue priests under tne ol i iinensa- - books to read The books however shrine One if these shrines is a not given a chance to grow and repro- Â¬ humble inn where the great poet used duce after their kind on one mans acK here I havent looked a ton n ere set apart by aawiag water are different from any seen on earth No uiati sprinkid upon their hands feet and They are in fact little boxes which to take a glass of wine in the evening land and are permitted to do so by the vorld Mr Uudolf Lehraann relates that aa millions on anothers This is no or out of any ansae mi tha an liding f tears Cyrano thus describes bet- news On opening one of these boxes I enthusiastic young Teuton engaged in men have read it scores of times ter house To cure this Brisk to stay people are now set apart to the ofli e and this pilgrimage asked the waiter in his seen and noticed it a thousand times of sympathy When we are in ptost er found I know not what kind of metal a a broken Italian whether this was really and yet it seems necessary to repeat it apparatus similar to onr clockwork snail ity we like t have a great assay yoang people arouud us and vie laugh wien composed of I know not how many lit- Â¬ the sxt that Goethe used to visit once in awhile if only to suggest the He do if He can not ie- Ooti Ooti no loconosco I never heard remedy -- Hiiral World f is - off tney laagh and we romp when tuev tle devices and imperceptible machinhorizon or and we sing when chey sing bait ery It was a book certainly but a of him said the waiter rv panel from the sunset or Then seeing FACTS FOR FARMERS anther froaa the water when we have trouble we like plenty most marvelous one which has neither suddenly that he was disappointing a customer he added Oh yes of he pun ent aroma of old folks arouL d Why They know leaves nor characters a book to underFarmkps in the west find that it stand which the eyes are useless one course Goti he has just this moment how to talk Take an aged mother 7 from the mignonette or to drag the pays to raise heavy draught horses for When he gone r n ri r in inire Vou years of age and sue is aimost omnipo Â¬ needs only to nse his ears the larger cities especially for use on tent in coirfr rt Why she has been wishes to read this book he connects it a i hristopher Wren to dru s niarhi mn St Iaiis cathedral or a through it all At 7 oclock in the by a sort of little nerve to his ears Unable to Oblige i to dash out hi- - own O a large farm over to comfort a Then he turns a needle to the chapter P xcuse me sir said the man In have good roads It is as important to yoang asother who has just lost her he wishes fee hear and immediately Julrment or a Handel t leading to the fields his Israel in Kypt and vou babe iramimother knows all about there emerges from the instrument as the row behind but would you mind to reduce cost of hauling as to have from the mouth of man or from a asking your wife to remove her hat I good highways can not expect Qod to spoil the archi- - that trouble Fifty years asaa she felt it At nsie of His own world oclock that day she goes musical instrument all the words and assure you that I cannot see a thing on The growing of mangels should be the stage How then are we to be inaue uilling over to comfort a widowed soui She sounds which serve the Grands Lun Id like to oblige you sir but it is engaged in much more by farmers than knows a at out that Baa iias been aires for language to leave Here is wuere trouble e is at present Many tons can be grown I will say further that Cyrano an- impossible said the man addressed walking in that darc va ey in vears on in W a live out of town and we must get lent acre of ground and make excel- Â¬ At 4 oclock in the afternoon some one ticipated many of the inventions and After a nan has had a good deal of feed for stock in winter conceptions of modern aeronauts No home to night Well 1 am readv to knocks at the door wi nting bread TiiKRE is a wide field open for the inWhat has that got to do with it is a house somewhere Sue knows all about that Two or wonder that he was considered by his troduction of a breed of rapid walking What has that got to do with it i would like three times in her life she came to her contemporaries as somewhat off horses The horse that walks frst is Why our train goes twenty minutes At ten oclock that night to i c is an atmos- - last loaf after the end of the performance and useful in all departments of the farm somen here that u tress see goes over to sit up with some one WASHBURNES PREDICAMENT and is also excellent for servic-- on the it takes her an hour to put that hat on I would severely sic She knows ail about it t iiiie If nad Harpers Bazar She knows all about fevers and pliui- - Had to Stand In Ilia Stocklnc Feet at e w iiere Wom scratches nothing is Frem h Court Dinner better than md broken bones She has le tattle would iike to For Hum iiltya Sae a real physic followed by two days of When Clihu Washburne was Pnited re is a home circle doctoring all her life spreading i Voting Man iboa fullyi--- I am going At the san time clip the hair minister to Prance there was a can find my lost friends 1 ers and pouring out bitter drops and court dinner given at thepalaccof the to cross the Atlanti tin this twenty foot from the heels of the horse and apply id like to ng up hot pillows and eontr boat with no comptnior but this dog sulphur one part to crude petroleum t part of the things to tempt a poor appetite lies Tuilleries one night by the emperor Goixl by friends two parts Aoernathy and Hush and Hosack and Napoieon III says the Cincinnati now he reads the Humane Officer I must stop you sir Pkopeu firming of the soil around the Uarvey were great doctors but tie Trmea Star It was the custom at these e chiefly Why ha Stop me And wnat for pray platrt roots will usually make the greater doctor the world ever saw is dinners when the empress arose to reSevang lation Ah Humanity transplanting ke used to be anxious chiefly to icnow an old Christian woman Der me Do tire with tbeladitsfor the gentlemen Humanity Havent I a right to risk that are to be successful Young trees M from their seats and transplanted should be was made and all anout we not remember her about the room step back my life if I dug up carefully damaging the roots it the ladies should pass down the action Now he is when we were sick in our bo- O thats all right but I must interas little as possible there anyone who could ever so line between them and the table By fere The dog aivious to know how the cant go Cleveland this all could avoid turning their backs and how it touch a sore spot without hurting it Plain Dealer who lives there and how Why He I orivl His Father 1iul get the ink with on the empress Mr Washburne had very tender eet During the dinner Depended on Clreumataneea to wrtc his comforting epistle Which do you love most your papa IcU given him a great deal of anBass And of which variety is your or j our mamma Where did Derid get the inK to nrite r ads Little Charlie I love papa most rting Psalms gin- Where did noyance and to ease himself he had wife the clinging vine or the slipped off his patent leather pumps tne heavens and John get the ink to write his comfortCharlies Mother Why Charlie I am He was absorbed in conversation at the Cass A little of both es not thrill him tnlt as ing Keveiation They got it out of When she surprised at you I thought you loved of the dinner and was caught un wants a new dress or a new bonnet she me m own tear r story i saw a When a man has Heaven and a new eartii Charlie Cant help it mamma we The gone through the curriculum and h a awares when the empress made the sig- generally begins in the clinging vine id mans hand trembles as he turns taen a course of dungeons and im- - nal for departure Mr Washburne was role if that doesnt bring the money men have to hold together Jewish obliged to step back without his pumps then she changes to the self assertive Times and Observer There he stood in his stockinc feet and well she invariably gets the his work of aymna Wnen I began to preach uiy ser- - grave dignified and self roeeeed in drees or the bonnet ion u Or Prices Cream Baking Powder the row of grinning diplomat to his aoript Â¬ wanted to go to his fathers house It is the ministry of trouble to make this world worth less and Heaven worth more Again it is the use of trouble to Hair Vigor to keep make us feel our dependence upon God in y hair if good Men thnk that they can do an color to remove until oxl shows them that they dandruff Dothing at all We lay our great puis to heal aud we live to execute them It B humors and prevent the hair from tailing out I never hesi Â¬ big God comes and takes us down As Ir m theus was assaulted by his tate io recommend Ayers medicines enemy when the lance struck him it M II to my friends Mrs II opened a great swelling that had Avo threatened his death and he got well So it is the arrow of trouble that lets We out great swellings of pride never feel our dependence uuon iod until we get trouble I was riding with my little child along the road and she asked if she might drive I said ertainly han led over the reins to her and I had to admire the PreparedI wellHaa DrJ glee with which she drove Bat after a while we met a team and we had to Take Ayers Saruparilla for the turn out The road was narrow ami it neer down on both sides She handed the reins over to me and said I think you had lietter take charge of COMFOKT So we are all children the horse and on the road of life we like to And God Shall Wipe Away All Tears drive It gives one such an appearance of superiority and power It From Their Eyes Batt after a while we meet oisr some obstacle and we have to turn out Whrn Trmihle nmn We Tnl the Reins li and the road is narrow and it is sheer Stronger Hand Dr Tnmatrei- Ippro on tioth sides and then we are lnaie it in ie of I lip Ki iiiI Ke- willing that iod should take the reins reaveijriil in the Iom of 11 in VI ife and drive Ahl my friends we get upset so because we Ifv llr Taimac e could not have se over the often soon enough do not hand reins lect lie f object than After a man has had trouble prayer the one of Sunday considering tne nas come upon him is with him a taking hold of the arm of od and crying out for help I have He ba heard earnest prayers on two or three n for Sunday se ons that I rememiier Once on lect i omfort and a incinnati express train going at And forty miles an hour the train jumped m their the track and we were near a chasm eighty feet deep and the men who a tern prairie few rain ites before hadFnlJ swearing nd blaspheming GotTbegan to pull and jerk at the bell rope and got up on the backs of the seats and cried out h There was an lave us he sun other time about eight hundred tly a- - I em out at sea on a foundering steamer after the last lifeboat had if the lifi split liner then kindlingwood They prayed tnen Why is it vou so r t Bat often bear people in citing the last ex ntain- - perience of some friend saw He made iiist beautiful prayer I ever iauls II What makes it beautiful har It is the earnestness of it Oh tell n the you a man is in earnest when his here stripped and naked soul wades out in the soundless shoreless iKittomless some weeks ol sickness uiv hair turned gruy I In gaii usitit Ayers Jiair Vigor and was so well satis Â¬ fied with the results that 1 have any other k ml of dress ing Jt rt qiiiresonly an occasional appli- ation of forty years ago after a prospectus now of the country into mons on the subject of trouble were which he is soon to immigrate the all poetic and in semi blank verse but country in which he has lots already God knocked the blank verse out of laid out and avenues opened and me long ago and I have found out that I can not comfort people except as mansions builtGod Yet there are people here to whom I myself have been troubled this world is brighter than Heaven make me the son of consolation to the I would rather be the means Well dear souls do not blame you people It is natural Iiut after a while you of soothing one perturbed spirit to-will be r ady to go It was not until day than to play a tune that would Job had been worn out with bereave- set all the sons of mirth reeling in the ments that he wanted to see God It dance I am an herb doctor I put into the was not until the prodigal got tired of living among the hogs that he caldron the root out of dry ground 1 Â¬ right and left He betrayed none of the embarrassment he must have felt and was never heard to allude to the incident HIS THE BASIS OF COMMERCE NIAGARA AT WORK The Great Falla aa a Generator of Elec GREAT SCHEME gRDEN NOTES ON f AYERS 5L aiiit AYERS Hair Vigor 1 Â¬ - 1 Â¬ -- m Â¬ 1 without form or comeliness Then I put in the Kose of Snaron and the Lily of the Yalley Then I put into the caliron some of the leaves from the tree of life and the llranch that was thrown into the wilderness Maran Then I pour in the tears of lcthany and Golgotha then I stir them up Then 1 cindle undr the caldron a fire made out of the wood of the cross and one urp of that potion will cure tne wors that ever afflicted a human soul Mary an i Martha shall receive their Lazarus from the tomb Tne damsel shall ris- - And on the darkness shall break the mornin and jod will wipe ail tears from their eves Jesus had enough trial to aaake Hirn sympathetic with all trial Tile short Â¬ est verse in the Hibie tells the story Jesus wept Tne scar on the back of Bis either hand the scir on the arch of either foot the row of scars along the line of ska hair will keep all Heaven thinking Oh that Great Weeper is just the One to silence all eartnly trouble wipe out all stains of earthly grief Gentle Why His is softer than the step of the dew It will not Ik- - a tyrant bidding vou to hush up your cryinr It be a r who will take you on His left arm II face beaartug ino yours while with the soft tips of the Ba of tne right hand He shall wipe away all tears from your eyes Ir ends if we could get any appre- ciation of what God has in reserve for us it would made us so homesick we jvould be an fit for our IIHIJ llaj work Prof Leonard formerly of Iowa uni rersity put in my hands a meteoric stone a stone thrown off from some other world to this How suggestive it was to see An I I hare to tell you the best representatives we have of Heaven arc only terolites Baas off run that world which rolls on beau ill the multitudes of the redeemed We ana- lyze the at aarolitaa and find them erya tallizat ons of tears No wonder Hung off from Heaven God shall wipe away all tears from their ey Have you any appreciation of the good and irloriois times your friends are having in Heaven How different it is when they get news there of a nristians death from what it is here It is the d fference between embarka tion and coming into port Ererytkinjr depends iijMiu which side of the river yon stand when yon hear of a nris- tians death If you stand on this side of the river you mourn that they go If you Stand on the other side of the river on rejoice that they come oh tne difference between a funeral on eirtii and a jubilee in Heaven betwee a reajaieas here and triumph there partinir here and reunion tnere Together Have you thought of it They are together Not one of your departed friends in one land and an otner in another land but together in different rooms of the same house the house of many mansions Together i Â¬ It Failed Itci anne Ilia Friend Kflled to See the Ioint The elevated railroad has just had to n ay twenty thousand dollars be cause one of its guards attacked a passenger and smashed him in the face said Mr Skeemer to Mr Plata accord Xou ing to the New York World have a scheme You and me arent do ing anything just now and we might put it into practice What is it demanded PlataIll get a job as brakeman on the el evated you get on my train and then Ill attack yon As soon as I sec you I become uncontrollable mako a wild dash for you kick you in the sto knock out your teeth black your eve and then throw you out of the winYou sue the company all the dow passengers testifying that the assiult was entirely unprovoked as it was and the jury will award you anywhere from twenty thousand to fifty thousand dollars We divide evenly of course The bigger licking I give you the more money we get Yes interrupted Plots I get the licking and we get the money Sup pose I Ik- the brakeman I used to sweep out a railroad station and Ill take to the business easier than you Besides Im a harder puncher than you After I get through with you the job woujd be worth seventy five thousand dollars t least How about it No replied Skeemer the idea is mine and if I cant assign the speaking-parte I wont play Oh very well if you dont want to simply dont Ill just hire a man for fifty dollars to let me pound him and then Ill get all the profits for myself Im going right down town now to see ol Ilain and get the job and youll feel pretty sick when yon read in the papers about another elevated guard running amuck and half killing a passenger Wont you wish youd been him Ill be a rich man in a week And he headed for down town to get the iob Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ WINDdREAKS nirenlona for Making Varloua Serviceable Almost every country home needs a windbreak of trees the exceptions be- Â¬ ing where hills check the air currents or a natural grove can be utilized f r the purpose In regions of low temperature place it on the cold side of the house In mild latitudes place it so as fee shield the premises from the most prevalent and dangerous winds Do not set the trees too close to the dwelling or the quarters of the live stixtk If leas than 100 to 300 feet distant the air is close and damp with poor ventilation which tends to do- velop disease On this aecoant the minimum number which will afford protection is better than a large grove The space between the trees and the buildings can be utilized for a lawn garden or for small fruits avoiding thick setting Admit plenty of sun- light It is a vitalizer of most animal and vegetable life Hotter have no windbreak than one too closelv set If Â¬ Â¬ and Simple Trpea - y- MtV S - a -rjci fig I 1 I FORMS mp tf fc V VH VARUM- - OF WIXPUKKAKS WHITTIERS He COURAGE In IPianlnl If and rcipnlarlty Cease of Atiollilon the lji Â¬ crescent shape Fie 2 ri bt ancle Flu 3 ebtsee a irc fie acute sBaia 5 straight Th3 latter li I ilicates loca- tie ton of bouse and b location of barn a you have no tree shelter sturt one this spring The form size and distance from buildings must be governed by A single row of thickcircumstances ly ivving evergreens white pine Norway spruce or red cedar la feet apart will sutii e Limbs will then gro i lose to while if more tha one row is awed the tree will tii pru elves as in a forest and in t j the efficiency of the winureak iduous trees of amost Â¬ i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 t- -- dis-lio-- J Â¬ i Â¬ I i tricity The first of the fivethousand horsepower dynamos of the Niagara Pow r company has been turned on and the CURES the great operation has been The exsatisfactorily demonstrated periment was made in the presence of one hundred and fifty members of the wall nil Institute of Pngin As certain parts of the machinery were not yet completed says the Philadelphia Record it was though not to run the dynamo with the full load of live thousand horse power but upwards of three thousand horsepower was developed and it was den to the satisfaction of all the experts that all that has been mapped out for this mammoth enterprise will be fulfilled to the letter After the test the electrical engineers were enthusiastic over what they had seen Dr Iouis Duncan president of the American Institute of Electrical EnKEHTUCKT gineers said What we have seen here to day sets at rest any doubt that might hitherto have existed in the mind of any man as to the success of this undertaking It GRASS ROUTE is certainly the greatest feat of elec- Â¬ iin- Vinimcreo wants a broader basis trical engineering in the world and Uncle Sam - Cettninly the broader the lietter the test today is a demonstration that Coin Then you agree we want mire money it will prove all that has been claimed Taela Sim My dear young friend yea dont seem to know that the basis The machinery worked mar shortest aid Q for it Money is only the apex nerve is products velously well better than any steam Kentucky to All P In fact there remains machinery nothing more to be done in the way of and South west Thron Populst Whatshis full name demonstrating the complete anee SILVER AM Why call him Pop answered the boy train service between It is the work except transmission Well sir ulist r asked the stranger like a only necessary now to increase the hecause he is just nati Middles HOW FREE COINAGE WOULD AFFECT the boy said dynamos and the power is ready NiagPopulist Hes the orneryist dog in EntiTHE LABORER and Knoxviile Tenn last been harnessed and is tle aint worth a dnru only to sit ara has at Tope ka Daily now waiting to be hitched up howL on his tail aud and Points on American Gold Wag ea Will Be Redneed The question of the transmission of Capital to India Silver Waste Profit of Fm the power has been thoroughly dis L iN R R of ployera Will Be Advanced Silver Ques- Â¬ II I STORY OF OINAG E cussed here It is the opinion will all in the engineers that the power tion In a Nut hell Seagal ii raVrt Jane i0 a short time be sent to all points within a The following is an extract from SIXTY EIGHT YEAR5 UNLIMITED USE a radius of twenty miles from the falls So They Bay the question of transmission u recent Fr Dissected N OF BOTH METALS tOCTH-Edl counKx has been demonstrated in other number of Sonnd Currency by the Hon tries to lie successful It is the general John De Witt Warner Free Silver Ha Not Been Surreafnl In opinion that in a brief perhxl power will Lve Cincinnati Sm ia But there is another way to look at it Raining the Price of the White Metal be sent from here to all the surrounding ive Kaiie We have seen how appreciation of i yl IlilHUH Fall In the Price of Silver Accounted towns for less money than it can be Vrr P means higher wages to the laborer produced hxtally by steam For -- Foreign Money Law xi Arr Now let me show you what this so callIt is estimated that twenty thousand Ive A The proposition is to tite off bTJ lim rr ed appreciati u of silver Dkeana I shorthorse power can lent to lb A as to coinage fen withdraw tie it ly since heard a very pleasant gentletwenty miles away twenty thousand Lve Ricti n nnd Arr eminent support of silver to let any voits pressure over three wires iive Lve K man Mr Cannon a delegate in the Lve Ben next congress from Ptah exixntul the man who has silver bullion worth M eightha of an inch in diameter each Vrr i An idea of the tremendous force may silver side of the free silver question cetiis have it stamped 100 cents Withand he went on to explain first that out government support 411 grains of be had when it is stated that if proprr toiinn Lve Corl prices of gimds were low here because silver and the new silver dollar would erly applied the power which p they were measure in gold and then be of the same exchangeable value The through these wires would snap eight Lve P or ten of th used on the Broad that ou account of our wages here be question therefore is What effect rr tu way ears as it they were made of ing paul in gold which was costly Lv 1ml- on silver It la a power equal to t cotton and wagm in India China aud Japan wnnld free coinage have lion Would 4PJ grains of silver ke forty ruilriKid kteoaaotivea and a force lve W being paid in silver which was i rr Je come worth as much as S8 grains of sufficient to turn all the whecN in the worth only one half what it had been rr K city of R xhester and when the plans they had a BO per cent advantage and gold Would free coinage give it an cx of the company are completed which Lve Ki linc ii a that therefore there was great danger of enanaeable value equal to our pi manufacturers being driven from the dollar in the markets of the world If comprise utilization of four hundred Air s thousand Fiorso power on the American worlds markets Do vou see what that the value of silver ianot doubled by free that SOUTH-BOUN means That their wages are so much coinngi then the exchangeable value of and Canadian sides it is there will be sufficient power to turn lower than ours on aecoant of the appre- Â¬ onr new silver dollir must drop to the every wheel light every light and run ciation of gold bare that naleaa our jVe RotvImi every trolley car within a radius of two Vrr wages are made equivalent to theirs in actual value of the stiver pnt into it ihundred miles of the falls in the Pnited We would not have bimetallism bnt that respect at least nnlrss prices are -s gold dollar worth twice us mack as States inflated here in this country so that oaf gold wages will buy no more than their the silver dollar and the silver doll r A POOR OPINION OF US silver wages their labor will tend to would beooaae the ataakdard incisure f Lve M S Aa Keypttan Think Americana Live In a iVe PllieV drive our labor ont In other word the value driving the gold dollar out of cirFilthy Manner projiositiou to appreciate silver is pracculation We would reuuee near standrr C A communieation received from Sheik tically a pro j nisi tnm to cut the win Le ard one katf rr li viriscso i Dirdari an Egyptian commissioner to the lalwirers of this country squarely in When the net of I7M was aaksaed Jef the recent Pnited Pre half in order to increase the profits of ferson terian gen- Lve - v and Hamilton both di u rinined eral assembly gives various views ive ft lineeiil their employers rr to make the new gold and silver Lve I formed of Pitsburgh and of the assemThree months ago though I shonld Vrr W have argued this fur I believe ir to be xmal in value t the then standard of bly aaya the Pnited Presbyterian lie Lve Winei rr Paris true I should not have ventured to measurement which was a dollar equal says Americans and especially Pitts Lve I o 243 grains of gold They rev gin d burghers live in a filthy itiiism r hir Lve Prla state that it was the serious contention ii tli of the free silver advocates Put I have the fact that the exchangeable value of hands and faces are quite dirty he Lve Lve Falmouth m j i not merely heard it put forcibly by the j coined dollar must be controlled by aaya but this is because the air is con rr Pnvlnglnn I taminated with a fane black dust gentleman I have mentioned aa apeak he commercial value of the bullion put ing for that cause but I have it in anupon it Therefore they andertonk to The sheik found it difficult to keep The pave- Â¬ KAYSVILLE BRANCH other statement Sir Henry Meysey And how many grains of stiver uncoined himself clean He says Thompson is one of the leading silver were commercially ananvl in value to ments are very filthy owing to the advocates He offered a large prize fir grains of gold They decided thai habit all the people men and women M have of expectorating I thii a man who would write the beat essay it required ii timea aa raany and mul the people must be of a daaaaboart explaining how it was that China and tiplying 2 J3 by 19 placed 371 grains equal to the Bill htIS used in airo and India and other silver using countries of silver in a dollar Lve Alexandria as doorkeepera and servI exuncton were getting an advantage over Eng This undervalued gold For the first dont know though for iiaay Part land and a great Beany people competed lew years owing largely to the lack of ants Vrr for that prize Mr Jauiiesoii the Brit- quick international cominunu ution it of these people set m to be very rich Of the trolley cars t lie sheik declares Jiillleoi ish ei msul at Shanghai wrote so good a circulated to a limited extent and then It is very Strang pajior that he was awarded the prize 1 8S4 long before went entirely ont of riding about in arngona that look like and that essay is now the chief stix k in circulation and we were on the SCI Til BIIINI trade of the British agitation for the standard In I8S4 latkaau sought siler the railroad cars of Egypt but they to n run without either ateaai or h restoration of silver Now let ana read tore bimetallism but he was unwilling They run with a banndng sound anl Lve MaTsviIle yon something from it Sir Henry ticliauge the standard upOB which Lusi- - 1 think must be noaaaaaed Johnson of demons Meysey Thompson is proud of it Here viis then being done He r In the assembly sessions the sheik Villersbun Wages m the gold using coun it is Vrr I t ized the danger to commerce of chang says he saw commissioners at times exiliijtoii f tries have through the appn ciation of ing the standard He therefore reduced reverently bow their heads low He gold become 104 per cent dearer than the amount of gold put into til discovered a sort of vessel in front of the dollar they were relatively to silver w sj that under the new coinage the bul- them on floor which they guarded Ku- - fu tlier and the manufacturer in the silver stand Â¬ lion value of both dollars wonld In- just carefully the Information r with their feet This was or freight nlii ard countries can obtain his labor at equal to the dollar then in use and Fat strange to Dirdari but he found half the cost which he formerly paid Ticket ami Kin bis instance a new ratio of If to l was the people regard these vessels with hence while old established iudnstries pi ed It was soon found that this new the same reverence that the Italians in England are barely paying expens s ratio Undervalued silver and shortly manifest toward the pictures of the new industries in India are arising arter is 4 tins country went to the gold Virgin I learned that this part broadcast aud paying handsomely N I s audardef 2 s grams of gold to the dolB R R moi tne ike of which I never aew ia Aud the remedy proposed by silver adlar and has been on it ver since with my travels is called cuspidor but my vocates in England is to correct this ap the exception of the time incident to the limited knowledge of English has made preciation of gold and raise prices an Mar it difficult to learn what peculiar trathat the British workman though got- Under the new ratio after lOtd even ditions are associated with him ting the same nominal wages will get fractional currency was The sheik worth only half the real wages he gets m w when melted than its coinage more that his peopleexpressed thankfulness Time Table No 24 In Ef- Â¬ will never take into an value aud the British manufacturer thins be aid therefore in IS it became Egyptian church this cuspidor eod neeea enabled to compete with the Indian sary to provide a fractii fect May 12 1895 rnl enrrrnev manufacturer containing a reduced number of grains Amende I A similar view is taken by Senor to the dollar and their legal tender WM The annotations which the iate tsar Romero the Mexican minister at Washlimited to ft was in the habit of jotting down on The Spanish milled dol 1sT 21 the ington in his article in The North lir was still in circulation Km iin margin of documents sent to him BAST BO CM American Review for Tnne when he h gheat amount of foreign Ex Sun silver by the ror inspection must sometimes have asserts that the depreciation of silver etiniates of tha t j P M irougiu despair into the hearts of the A has favored Mexican capitalists by low- - circulation at any Versailles 10 27 8 55 640 1vuss1an time was ftnOOOO 000 officials The Westminster Nicholasvitle 11 10 ering the actual wages of their emto 12 Valley View In I860 the gold circulation anal uazette reports a case in which th ployees 8 ia i 05 1214000000 and subsidiarv silver tsar saw fit to change his n ritton Million xi 20 r m There is the silver question in a nnt ft 1000 000 While 4000000 silver dol opinion or rather the form of its ex- Richmond a 02 la wpnshell It is simply the question as to lars hail been coined they Union 12 14 pression After reading a very long Vlobcwhether onr wage earners are getting out of circulation being have all gone report from a OD certain high functionary worth more 45 too high wage They may us well face when melted as bar silver a 00 than their the tsar seized his pencil and wrotV Irvine the question If wage earnera believe fiee value 00 What a fool 05 The ofik ial on having p they are getting too high wages and the document returned to him was These facts prove that free and unlirn that this country is suffering in conse sick at heart The report would have WtST itvl coinage of E Sun quence all they have to do is to take ec States did both metals by the Unit nor snlstantUtllv affect to be placed in the archives and his lower wages or if they prefer a round P M the bullion vrmo of either metal that majesty s opinion would probably fol- - Irint about way they can favor free coinage tl e cheaper metal low him into history H - i 1 to Jbecame the standard Kiilvt d owe reI of silver anil they will got their v 1 - Irt psrvoiuu me tsar to oe of value and the other went out of merci- - Moberlv cir ent down half without any further trou1111 enougn to revise his somewhat cr lation ble on their part and we will be bless605 40 If 68 years of experience with free rigorous appreciation of his servant 5 00 6 20 ed as are India and Chin l 5 30 ard unlimited coinage of both metals Alexander III had a hearty laugh on V tVy View reading the petition 6 58 showed that by free and unlimited coin3 35 Then seizin versaille- 7 45 4 20 Wheat age we were unable to affect first the the report he effaced the offending A M value of silver to make it equal to gold words and instead wrote underneath M r 4 rM v hat a philosopher at the ratio of 15 to or second the I rains b twren Lmiisvtte and Vcr value of gold tomato it equal to silver Manv Cue for tl n hrnoms rams between Cincinnati and Nn at Ki to 1 when the difference in their uany Not only human beings but cows All trait bullion value was only 5 per cent is u rntaiaii with - sheep squirrels - Saw er V net preixisterons to claim that free it birds are fond and many kinds of and of mushrooms I nc hunted coinage now will aa e increase many places mushrooms are dried just Hours in Cincinnati or hours in in 12 hours th I value of silver when the discrepancy -- o vn lev return t KniuiinioiQers once rv Â¬ Â¬ SCROFULA BLOOD POISON cures CANCER s s FOR THE ECZEMA TETTER Â¬ 3 BLOOD Â¬ CHiTEOT BLUE -- AES Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ ii- -- - ZL Â¬ - Â¬ I i v Â¬ Â¬ 1 V Â¬ Â¬ 11 - Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ 1 - 1 S -- Â¬ it Â¬ 1 V I K w It Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 - Â¬ Â¬ self-asserti- Â¬ than went through onr mints during the davs of IfPfi nil el ntil -J1- Farmer Wheat isonlyhalf a crop coinage of silver rv me iail in the- nrie rf ran this year eii s I CiU Free Silver Politician Thats all eatily be accounted for In 1878 the right Well have a law passed to make wcrlas product of silver at coinage twope ks a bushel and then youll have iToriSv100M0ft iu 8W- as much as usual 183 0l 115 000 and m 1H94 wiooo This euor- mens increase i the production A Hist orient Fact of sil- V The Nashville Buuier suys the fuct that sil- KV This is voi a historical statement that cant be rein viihie ro pei legislation panacd in isTi u Nor- futed and it goes to the very heart of the financial issue No country has ever ed the coinage of silver m circulated concurrently for a jy consid is 8 4 Ger erable length of time both gold and nil OiKnOO of bullion upon ver money when there was free and in the pa Denmark Hollandmarl dependent coinage of both The attemptK ed bimetallism under snch conditions AuKria and Hungary thecoma has resulted always in alternate circula The t ion of the two metals union conip the cheaper metal taking the place of the dearer as v eece were varied either by commercial ver because it causes or By legislation logisla- by the Cnited States in is HCi i i onsiv artecti ri t he -Sllver for s eeo fViaf H uirituu v vaiue 01 c vve nave rur- nillhed lllli-rl-ulr v i i wvvvvvv uuu or si v ci -v Ullicn more it ei il ii- ii in on increasing commerce tim jTr cecii- mi mi t lui T innj V w aiA mo it - Dies tstrtin u i - i 111 jtas fm species are used in colorin - One n vi- -jciuTujr nnoi or an exqui- u u ait men colors the tre nn aihMk 14 ana irom this Ko IS K uinn ia- nrnr Li i i rnin ii Tnn- bridge ware The poor i eopie Ol trlr i na- - rmany dry press and wt a certain knd of mush- iii fien is tnen made nto o e ments and in Bohemia a large round toadstool is tled an1 the ins e re moved it is tamed bottom inward fastened to the wall an hold a beautiful trailing vine which gi luxuritoJyst Nicholas 1 w cuiu ear rr rn t n ior winter use Pbi 1 t Sruc Euro- - ttuui any ticket agent I or W H Pa senger Agt CM BR A Â¬ Application of Mannre Vhec applying manure the kind of soil upon which it u to be spread should be considered s jj Ml- quire an application of a rtiij wr be ing deficient particular form of plant load v lot in abundance in thf lna p reason kriuera who understand bow to JvidJCMuly elect rertiliaem able to avoid waste of plant will be food by the the proper ingredients w had been out m the went to a el alpaca coat and started to wait on a I1 Ue drew a a Irom from the table a rat nearly as bur as a ground 1 he w re on the e jn m sec ord Men apart chairs and tank ug to stamp on the animal but it escaped all the blows aimed at it and around and ar e avenue 3ve minutes iv the tkae the at woke up the rat the place was a sorry wn a and half the patrons had disappeared the noon time buslneea was least one day The proprietor ln by a LHrk n Fled from a Rat urant in San entlv iiaainl re- - It toe Pre fere- - ee w i c s umu-i- -- - Â¬ Â¬ Give Don a Bad Name Ete boy in nfasw8 polling along the road by a rope The hoy dog call mnMh - pen i v WitJt Aracii- limitation itn J t nine irom 1S74 ion was made to the Utne rf uw needs of his soiL With Team In u Ey She was thrown on the world o Ilu Vlttj t Pr all the rge country s co iii r- wedding POlx s s to Merciful heaven trrv cuss Worlds Fair Highest Award A bv KtiiniW iiMkien Ihim led the dog Pop For short he bov oii iderableturf she gasped reach her she ly leading her v away Tc