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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it VOLUME jrL W IX RICHMOND DEMOCRACY A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY i S 1 A WEDNESDAY I i 1 Â¬ w fe 8 l AUGUST 28 1895 DELICATE NUMBER 12 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN Z JX OHIO 7 l STJGBET KtN DR A WIIKESSMITJI VESTAL SUMGJBOM an Office uh building m Vu IKtr I IM limited to dcDtlMry ML Main Street T HARRIS I I Rr k Kfntuky a KNOWLEDGE Brinp x comfort and improvement and tends 10 personal enjoyment when rightly used Tlie many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with xpemiture by more promptly adapting the worlds best product to the need of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syntp of Figs lis excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative effectually cleansing the sytern dispelling colds headaches and fewer Mhaspermaiuiuly curingto constipation given satisfaction million and It met with the approval of the medical profession btCAMK it acts on the Liver Bad BotkIi without weakening thm and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance t yrup f Ki is for sale by all druggist in 5c and bottlea but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only whisf name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs and lieing well informed you will not t any substitute if offered Â¬ Kid-iity-i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 tprcialtv Office in 53 22 jam J AVATIS MORGAN ft YATES BHNTB1 Richv - Kkv Madison National 3- - WELBY W BURGIN DENTIST RlCHMONII v KFNTKKY Second 4 P2TSICL6NS DR KirHM M A KENNEDY - YSKMAM AND SURGEON - Kknticky up rtti Bmfdtng No 204 Main Street DII JOHN M FOSTER KlNTVl KY TRY US Fresh Meats r at oftSrc and residence V EVANS M D KfNTICKY edit me to m v r - Rl HMOSD Fresh Fish Vegetables WE KEEP THE BEST And sell at reasonable prices You an alwavs nlitain value received fur roar Money with lis Your orders delivered place with to the tWtlgc on - nnh DR I 1 TAYLOR n - Pr Richmond - Kmn ky r Yragers Jewelry rrct DR II R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AM SURGEON Kenucky Richmond - the corporation Atiitc huildine iP and 20 Sec lie CHAS HOOKER rETBUSAT Dentistry fSUttGI M M Hamilton a Specialty I Co Kv and Sterility T - WELLS Manaj r Richmond Main St c 1U A II STEWART AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN RiiHMomi t LODGE DIEECTOST RichnBQnd Kin ind fourth I Main street ATTOF TETS STEPHEN P PARRISH ATTORNEY AT LAW - KlMUCKV Etc c writ terms J Ri A SULLIVAN ATTORNMT AT LAW Kkntivky Main Street up siai mom -- 106 H H IKMiG ATTORNEY AT LAW Rjchmosd - up Kfvtickv Mm street W B SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW - Richmond Roal Arch Chapter No meets third Tuesda in each month l Armor II P J Speed Smith Secx Richmond Coniinandei No 19 Reg t rirs Tviesda in eacl ular n month Visiting Sir Kniyhts aie cordial P Aimer lv invited to atend E P J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirk Saturday evening before the fill V A J Ross moon in every month BF M secretary at Ki Kingston Lodge No meets Saturday evening tefore the ml1 C Wit Secmoon in even month retary I M Boen W M Waco Lodae No jjH meets fourth Soturda in everv month W F Fielder V M Ii Turpin Secretary o 578 at John D Hamilton City meets second Saiurda ii Hamilton VV M everv month John lolin L Gi tarv Daniel one Iode No c j st Bonnes- liorough meet tlirl Saturday in even VVm month llennett W M S Old hate Secrftari meets the firs IJcrea Lodge No Saturday in each month at JoVlock p m E T Fish E L Robinson Secretary 1 Â¬ 1 T 1 Sec re lt Tutsias Lodge No in Master units second S eacl month I Speed Smith convention composed of delegates from every iinintv in the State met al Springfield yesterday and laid down the law for the Democratic party ol Ohio and selected the leaders whose Baal Dal Ik- followed by everv loyal memlrer of the leffersonian party of the people in the campaign which is soon to open The Knijuire nails to ins masthead the hanner woven by the constituted author ity ol the political organization ot w hosi primary and essential prill iples is ever an advocate The part form is hettei than that of the Republican State Convention at Zanesville ami the candidates chosen yesterday are more worthy ot support than those placed in nomination by the Uepublicans ThV represent better general principles and political doctrine The essential leading and governing idea of the platform is in the resolutions rejoicing over the repeal of the odious Federal election law That involves an original principle ol Democracy the death of which would be the den ise ot the party itself It is a text i r the preaching of the true Democratic doctrine on simplicity in governmeot and the rights of the States to govern themselves within the limitation whii h they have themselves imposed in the ratification of the Constitution of the United States and the amendment therto It is a reminder of the idea that tiiose w ho are governed the least are governed the baat It is so far as it goes a true inter pretation of the whole spirit of the anion of the states and government by the people through a representative system In the present situation of politics no Deni o ratic State Convention aw do its all duty without reminding the people of the dangers of Federal election laws As sure as the night succeeds the da and the dav the night if the Republicans are restored to full power in the Federal establishment at Washington tiiev will seek to create I strong central govern Stent and sunoiinii the polls at all elections with the Federal authority and doniinaton and if necessary for their pur with the bayonets of the teileral army This is a matter upon which the platform constructor might have dwell at greater length with profit hut we rejoice that the cardinal precepts at the party were not altogether overlooked amidst the excitement over temporary and passing questions The Democratic leaders must shortly devote themselves to restoring original principles The Federal encroachment is rapid and dingerooa The denunciation of the rotten Repub- Â¬ lican legislature is well timed too Nat lonal and state politics cannot le completely divorced but the indillerence and incompetence of the pieseut executive department of the State the wretch ed corruption of the legislative establish ment the rank partisanship displayed in the rearrangement of the judicial system and the reckless disregard of the constitution of the state in the passage of laws is ample justification for patriae Demo crats in power if there was not a diiler ence lietween the parties 011 a single abstract question Let us have some state issues 111 earnest this time There has been no journal or individual more active and lersisteut than The Enquirer in preaching the doctrine of ma joiity rule There is no going behind the returns when the state convention speaks The meeting at sprinpfjeld Yes terday whs final There is not going to be a rump or Imlting convention and there ougut not to be The Democratic sen was set in the sky yesterday anil it will be the guiding star for all Democrats in the autumnal journey to the Mecca of freemen the olls in November Vn qoirer 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m 11 MILLION BICYCLES Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U Govt Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE A WHEAT INFORMATION It is nearly thirty years since Chicago wiling and shipping wheat in Aug ust to neighboring mills and markets surrounded by wheat growers such as Detroit Toledo and Cleveland We think crop conditions then were more or tiilar to thine generally reported this season Our population in IMS was bat half what it is now The crop thpu equaled about IsOOtKlOKI bushels and prices m November following the Au gust quotations nearly doubled anil la teron the following spring sold very high Contract grades generally selling from 24 to M cents over low grades Chicago prices now mle lower than anv neighboring primary markets Chicago has a large stock of choice contract wheat which holders refuse to sell at less than futures bring Many country grain buyers now make parchaoeaoaly after the grain from the thrashers has been cleanedFifteen years ago North America fur nished one quarter the wheat imported y consuming countries Now we ex part but about one sixth the worlds wants In 1889 most of the worlds wheat was grow north of the Equator the past year Great Britain has secured newly one quarter her wants from the Argentine or south of the Equator and where the wheat is grown in aliout the In 51 veeks ending same lattitude July 27th North America Russia r gentine India and Australia shipped to Barope 328672000 bushels against 321 29t000 bushels same time previou son and S16660000 bushels same time yearn ago The worlds two visible August 1st according to Howard Battels a On in wheat and tlotir equalled 158 043400 bushels July 1st it was I80331 000 bushels AagOOt lvi it was 174 491600 bushels It is variously estimated that Europes requirements equal from 6800000 to 7000000 per week Crops in Western Europe are reported below an average rye crop Germany may fall short from Ii to 10 er cent Beerbohm estimates worlds crop 824 000000 bushels of hist year Great Britius crops are conceded tobeshort Irelands potato crop 0 reported good 0 s potato nop is indicated by Government report as about IOiiOltOOOO bushels as against alout 700fl0KK bushels bust year The Orange Jade Farmer now es timates the United States wheat crop at about tObJQObftOO bushels Thoman claims July conditions deteriorated nine points Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ SESSION OF BACTEKIOIOGISTs QUB soiRtEs Of DRINKING WATER At the Academy of Medicine in New York an important session has been held attended by the roost distinguished of Master 1 ooF nwn Wfic J Kkvtickv 31 30 iiMinc at head of stairs ft I MCHBNAULT AT LAW - ATTORNEYS Madison Lodge No 14 meets even Mondav at their hal on Main street S H Thorpe N G E G Parrish V G L I Fruzee Secretary Roone Encampment No 40 meets eveo Odd Fellows firtt and third Tlmrsdav LZ Hall on Main street Richmond Taylor C P L J Frazee Scribe KNIGHTS OF HONOR Richmond Hfcce - Kksticky gro- Â¬ 31 30 cery 00 Second Mreet orer Chenaults W II SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky Richmond Will practice in all the Courts Office over Rich- - Amity Lodge No 5 K of H meets every Friday evswag in the Odd Fellows 11 Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS scrtoas P meets everv Wednesday evening at Odd Feiiows C W Tudor C C hall at oclock C C Hooker K of R and S White Lotge No 4 K 42- - EML WEDNESDAY SIT TAYLOR BROS Dealers in The next session will oieu SEPTEMBER 11 HMRDWPrR 1895 ill E tee u Steves The Preparatory Department taught by be A large stock kept constantly on hand raorGOsooi faxton PROF J H CHANDLER m a Principal Jr I L FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural Im oient af all kinds For And an assistant to 1h appointed full information and catalogue apply to BUILDERS L H BLANT0N Ghana llor We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need We make specialties of NOTICE To Debtors and Creditors aril presert same to Grorg me properlv proven and verified before or sarr wdl be iSo ober i WM ARNOLD barn Administrator Au 1895 l tte Ch istophcr All penu deceased will please ca and px ARNOLD t o icf I TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING All rero- - having claims against llJiiB I am ion Tliai a jlt a M in Hiisllp Franklin Co Tenn M five ears old and hwre spent eight ears in bi health I am a a living poor man and have 10 hustle fr I an now j Aug 13 Administrator market garden and It is tie greatest am as stout as a mule medicine on eartli and does more than it able to hustle in my irnmended to do L A- UtpaoK our bacteriologists The matter under discussion was to indicate the standard and Silk Waial Patterns we have an endless assortment It types of bacteria methods of cultivation and to interpret effects will pay you to price them the reduction will Mitnairt vou The bibliography of the subject wants sorting and sitting Then standard forms Hosier Corsets and Gloves which tor qaolity sad pri might be emphasized and the study of variations become more possible It is apparent that we have as was natural you cant touch el ewhere Gatie and Mu lin Tnderwear at looked more to the destruction of the bacilli than their first production It is your own price Give this M day ca h sale your attention evident however that the fitst stage is the equally important one for could we it will -- ave you money check nascent growth then the ideal of We mean BUSINE86 the sanitarium would come aliut -- that is then there would be no germs of Respectfally disease As to the physical appearance of the microbes under the microscope very much more has to be learned Accord ing to Professor Adaini of Montreal be tween what are malignant and beneficient germs there are the strongest family likenesses The niicroscopists lens has its value but the other test of media must be employed In one kind of meMens Goose Undershirts I8e dia certain bacteria will live and flourish and in another die Here probably may Mens Bolbriggoo Undershirts be found the kev which in time to come long and short sleev will unlock the secret why it is that the introduction of the attenuated cultured Mens BaJbriggaa Drawer- bacilli becomes preservative of life On this most important subject as to the Ladies Vests ami 10c reasons for it bacteriologists cannot as yet give any satisfactory explanation Mens Laundried Shirts 39e ap A And for want of certainty the world besi large -- tock to select from tatea lo accept what are positively the Call cures Of preventives of disease and see them before vou htiv Ignorance of the complexities of a subject inikrht be excused but wilful disre Fans Fans We want to aaaftly gard of the commonest laws of health is criminal Within the last month ty every man woman and child in phoid fever was rife at Evansville Ind Richmond with fans Open and a city with over 50000 inhabitants The disease liegan to show itself in January -- hut fans I i X and KV Febuarv March but did not in any Haulers Weekly marked way In April there were 17 A finer line at Jn 25 35 cases with Lo deaths In May thirty one DECLINE OF IMMIGRATION deaths The reason was simple The To and Dont fail to The voiume of immigration to the water used for drinking purposes was taken at a point on the Ohio River near United States has been declining for what we have in above line the outlet of the main sewers Harpers some years past The Bgam for t lie fis- Â¬ cal year ending June Ul is 14 showed a Weekly Parasols Parasols We have an decrease of over lstiiHK as compared ELECTRIC WEED KILLER immense line of ImUrellas and with those for the preceding vear and m means so much more than ijr the figures for the twelve months ending you imagine serious and Parasols at 59c up LANCASTER WINS The electric weed killer which was June last show a still further decrease fatal diseases result from experimented upon some time ago with though one not at all in proportion to trifiiner ailments neglected Uohes 25c up A large and oultiv ated audience assem varying results is said to have been that recorded for the preceding year the f Dont play with Natures hled in Waltons opera house Stanford brought down to practical shape The decrease amounting to a little over 35000 Window Shades 100 complete r greatest gift health last Friday evening to witnessthe Young device was intended originally for the The figures given by the Bureau of StatisLadies Elmotioanry Contest The con destruction of grass and weeds along tics of the Treasury Department it may IfyouarefeeHne Curtain Poles 15c up out ot sorts weak testants were V iss Alherta Anderson of railroads It is now proposed to extend be remarked comprise about W percent and generally ex hausted neivous We sell more Envelops and Pa- Â¬ Lain aster subject The Murderer its application to land covered by nox of the immiirration to the country at ports have no appetite Miss Ethyl Beazley of Stanford sub Â¬ and rant work us weeds such as the Canadian and reporting socb arrivals bat do not inbegin at oncetak per for 5e than vou boy else Â¬ Miss Russian thistle cockle burrs and the clude immigration from British North The Rescue of Iticknow ject an int the most relia ble st react ben ing Nellie Ware kfeGoodwin of Danville like where for 25e It is expected to be especially val America and Mevieo The toal for the medicine which is v selections from Ladv of Lyons Mis Nel- uahle 111 the destruction of plants of the year ending June SO is4 was 311612 Brow s Iron Bit Matting 1 Je per yard UTS A few bot lie irittin of Ijiucaster subject The thistle trilie in which the root must he and that for the vear ending June 1805 tles cure benefit comes from the Miss Lucile Menpiee of Stan- Â¬ destroyed in order to annihilate the weed Uncle Table Oil Cloth I5e per yard 54 As might be expected figwas 276136 erv Am dot ii ford subject The Death Bridaja of the It is claimed that the use of the electric ures for the most important countries wont stain your J inches wide Ta and Miss Elizabeth Fleece Rosley weed killer will reduce the cost of keep contributing immigration to the United piabaiit W takfl 50 6 ot Danville Selections fion Kenilworth ing railway lines clear of vegetation from States showed decreases though in a few The young ladies aM lid exceptionally 40 to SSO per mile per vear The oper instances comparisons disclose an augwell and each was highly complimented W vxv-k ation of the device is based on the vary- mentation of numbers Of the more imKidney and Liver Dyspepsia VWWVVV vwvvvvswl The judges Col T 1 Hill Eld George ing conductivity of vegetables the more portant countries iennany Italy Russia ITEMS OF INTEREST Neuralgia Troubles iowen and W J Price after a short moisture they contain the less resistance except Poland Austria excepting Constipation Bad Blood first prize a they offer to the current When rivulet are full the rivers are consultation awarded the The apparatus Poland and Sweden and Norway show Walirii Wrv ftiie flilfrin 4 swollen to unusual proportion When handsome gold watch and chain to Miss consists of an alternating generator decreases Increases are noted in the Womens complaints farmers ami jilauters Dave plenty mer Nellie Griffin of this citv ami second mounted on a car producing electricity immigration from Hungary from Fng Get nly the ptniine- - t ha crossed red r r Ail other ere sub l chants manufacturers ami emlovees prize 15 volumes of Dickens works to at lKX volts pressure and stepped up lainl and from Ireland There is a On receiptor two 2 staapswoV ot Stanford to from oOOO to L4000 volts according to slight increase in the immigration from Menefee id let cl It Beautiful Worlds f each pet their share The railways are Miss f fill rair VittA an J book free am aula of advene eucnmatanoea Mi s Griffin is the daughter of Mr Jim the kind and qualitv of the vegetation to France and in that from Denmark The MO OR most marked increase was in the immiami the masters of themselves onlf hen tiniliu and is beloved bv all who are ac- - ha tcfr worked to lull capacity The sunlight quainted with her for her many good The current alter being raised to the gration from Ireland which incr -a Another prosperous conntrv that is n traits and niixiest amiable disposition required voltage is conducted through during the year by over llKK BRIPGEFORDS joicin in plentiful harvest fair wages She deserves great credit for w inning the a serious of fine wire or brushes to marked change in the course of immigraprize w hen it is considered that she only the tops of the weeds or grass the other tion is from Germany which sent over anil moderate prices AVE SELL AS LOW AS WE CAN LOWER Miss Alherta side of the current being made through 23000 fewer immigration in the twelve RANGE S STHAN EVER BEFORE The Inited Mates expend- - Sl Vi4 0 had one weeks training HK yearlv for imported sugar and sells Anderson also of this citv was highly the wheels of the car to the ground The months ending June 18io than in the M WE HAVE TOO MANY SEE THEM In complimented for the graceful easy man- current leaps from the suspended brush preceding vear Frankfort Capital twice that amount of raw cotton ner in which she handled her subject to the weeds and passes through them WE ARE AFTEB CASH the consumption of pig iron was EXAMINE THEM about 6600000 tons this season it w ill he Lancaster people are indeed proud of to the ground thus completing the cir SOUTHERN BEAUTIES AT THE AT PCRCHASE THEM LANTA EXPOSITION boat 9000000 tons The iron tiiat cost these roam ladies Inuastet Record citit The current traverses the entire 11 S to 12 in Iennsyl years ago ahout j length of the plant from the topmost 5 KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS John Donelson An interesting attraction of the WoPROPRIETOR FIVE HUNDRED GERMANS EN leaf to the roots rupturing its cellular vauia and f iu Alahama to manufacture CHICAGO TO mans Building at the Cotton states and ROUTE FROM now costs B and i respectively and i tissue and completely destroying it SEDAN 3S sold nearly as high as in liSrj Since th The root is generally affected more International Exposition will he a calenh recent great advance or douhling ofpii than the rest of the plant from the fact dar of Southern beauties It is a beanti Â¬ Chicago Germans will assist their coun exquisitely printed in eeaol nails anil various kinds of iron the trymen to tight again the battle of Sedan that it contains more moisture In many ful calendar which each month is represented by a demand has slackened New locomo They marched for the seat ol war to day cases the current iu passing heats the tvnical belle of one of the Southern tives are being constructed t run ISO Five hundred veterans of the Deutsoh plant to snch an extent that it cannot be State The leading face is that of Win miles an hour There are 97J street rail held in the hand It is said that the ap er Krieger Yereiii assembled at the cornie Davis who represents Mississippi H corering HMXM miles that have a ners of Kmzie and North Clark streets paratus can be quickly equipped and at The other twelve are like Miss funded debt of ahout SltKUXiOOUO have uith Jos Schlenuer President of the no great expense Ex in being beautiful cultured and highly At the following Specialties earlv earnings estimated at US to 140 Chicaajo German Veterans as Chief ii I w bred Thev consist of Annie 15 Sterling pF I millions of dollars netting ahout 18 to 2 CASUALTIES IN CLARK S25 Harrows for 20 Assis- il and Dr Julius SeUmiilt Md of Westminster Janie Sutherlin millions of dollars annually The worlds Marshal Farm Wagons Cheap Wheat Smith of Danville Va Frances production of coal in lM is estimated at They carried side bv side with the Henry Haggard wn of Bud Haggard Shober of Salisbury N C Virginia Cider Mills Cheap B bout o54Oi KM Hi tons The United standard of the Krieger Yerien the 16 years mm aeciilentaily shot by Leigh Eraser of Charleston S C Marian Kingdom vearlv prodmvR alxiit the American Flag The column marched aeilcompanion Cane Hills Cheap Gaorge Jones while they his same amount ami mines me most ine through the center of the city tothe Dear- were in Jones watermelon patch near H Dunbar of Augusta Oia Mattie Evaporators Cheap R United States stands second and annu- born station There the veterans of the town Monday morning The boya had Houston of Tallahasse Fla Annie H Kee e of Birmingham Ala EllaMehle Feed Cutters Cheap in Large al gains from 7 t 10 percent war of 70 took the train for New York a loaded shot gun and Haggard bantered imports diminished exports a monthly by way of Niagara Falls The steamer Jones to shoot at his hat when he threw ot New Orleans La Emma Belknap of Wheat I rills Cheap RICHMOND San Antonio Texas Ceorgia Lincolu of deficiency and excessive rates of ex Fuide steamed out of New York harbor it up Haggard threw tip his hat and as Little Kock Ark Corn Huskers Cheap Queenie Woods of I change tend to force the Government to Saturday carrying them and hundreds Jones was preparing to fire the gun went Nashville Tenn and Elsie Castleman Fodder Shredders Cheap to lean on the Bond Syndicate of other Germans back to participate in off prematurely continue the charge entering of Louisville Ky The original pictures Clam Co New York Hay Presses Cheap the greatest jubilee of the vear in the Haggards face neek and shoulder on the are large water colors painted by the September left side inflicting a serious and proba well known artist Mrs Sedan Feir Fatherland Oliver Plows Cheap Caroline C ON A GOLD BASIS HEAVEN I is the twenty fifth anniversary of the bly a fatal wound Lovell and give an admirable idea of the Cook Stoves Cheap John Armstrong a foil rteen y ear old superb beauty of the daughters ot Dixie aU Germany will arise of Sedan The S xtv fifth Stove wa so d to When the Rev Silver Penn at Ml battle Steel Ranges Cheap R that day to celebrate the quarter century colored boy got his foot cut off heow They will be huug in the Art Gallery of MR W S PRYOR Nortn Street Olivet drew the happy parallel between N yards here Fri- Â¬ the instep in the L birthday of the Empire of the land Eveiy thing Cheap Womans IHiilding and the calendars the free salvation and free silver iu trying to 33 drink to Ihsmarck and German day morning He had climbed to the sold in the hall for the benefit of the help Jo he should not have lie gotten and to At SHACKELFORD GENTRYS unity Berlin and Leipsie will be the top of a moving freight car and in com- fund to mention tlit free salvation is on scenes of the greatest demonstrations of ing down slipped and fell his toot being Ky Richmond gold lewis the streets of the new JerusVacation Time This should patriotism and thither the American cught under the wheel alem are of gold Hell is paved with warning to boys hoth white and Is al hand and is gladly welcomed bv all ntatives will betake themselves broken promises probably Mexican The Fuidaisdue in Bremen August 11 hlai k who make a practice of playing especially those wliohe duties in life have BEST IN QU4 dollars Cruthiana Democrat MOST IN QUANTITY ng dancing illuminations and about the depot If they do not profit caused them 10 greatly run dowii OLD ssions await the pilgrims there in by the lesson and keep aivav when they svsiem to Beet the ft quiretnents phys REUNION CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT 1 For a With Hamburg have no business there they shouid le ical and mental forced uixn tliem n w tte to dft7 yanri 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD From Hamburg they will go to Fried turned over to the police Winchester these and others it is important whether soldiers are invited to Ex Confederate tIonimmtenee in t 10 r ent fTrittrlctly confldMkUaL A Itu ulhtiok or In- at the seashore or in the country ttn at home ruhe the home of Prince Bismarck Sun be present at the fourteenth annual re bov to ob Pure Old Whiskies for Family anf M u gue ot necban tain thtan me thougnt be iven to diet and as The Iron Chancellor was voted an hon uniou 01 the Orphan Brigade whic-ileal and seintiBo books not frc s ciaal Lses in s and io gallon WHITES IN DEEP WATER Co reoetTO Patonis taken thruueb Muurt good to Nature further assistance will be held at BowlingGreen Sept SSlfa orary member of the American K AmeiOnn and tpocml notk In Packages a special tuna are bryorbt atltcwttn ing up medicine like Hoods Sarsapariil Vereiu on his eightieth birthday April d rates will be giveu by all rail di1 papor to the oat ny ftrte Mhis huniedirealt Capt H T Strother came near being had best be resorted to Iftne digestion Jos Schlenker will tender him his miem will beentenaineil largest eiroulatioa of any ntific w rk Id the FOR SO YCF3 world 3 American drowned while bathing in the Ohio near is poor liver deranged and frequent head probable that certiti Hasied aHWORf Ul Soovis will to be tiaulateaou IB colors and ph He took t eatberi amid saivo of artillery ano the Camp John Young Brown society t EPW EVERY BOTltx eUABAMTEES to re ind enable wtho imima with plaus epabimat uple cianips while in deep water and went gULD HV AU DECUUIDTS ex Conlederatt ever held in Kentucky tteaSjMtena ami soenre yr v a reMUHN kOX NWli ouk 361 BkoaiiWATrans will then go to underjseveral times hut was rescued by and the managers are anxious to have lldhl i iealth Sun ent Berliu every veteran injjBt The historian who will write the true history of the closing vears of the nineteenth century will he compelled to say a graat deal about the growth influence and effects of the bicycle habit during that period The points which he will feel obliged to cover are as numerous as they are ii IT IS A SUPERB T0NIG and foresting The bicvele as the legitimate exerts a wonderful influence in succeesor ot the velocipede of a quarter strengthening her system by of a century ago was taken up as an a piiance for exercise and pltasure These driving through the proper chan- Â¬ it has furnished to an extent not anticinel ail impurities Health and pated by its most enthusiastic devotees strength are guaranteed to result In addition it has passed beyond any from Its use limits of mere pleasure or exercise It My wife was bedridden for eirbteen months has forced itself on the attention of the after usitiR BHADFIELUS FEMALE REGU LATOR fur five month Is pettuiir well great war powerBof the earth it remains J M JOHNSON Ma rem Ark to be Been what warlike purposes it may BRAIFIETn REGIItTOB CO KtttMtk JA Sold by all Brtiffistt it 1 00 per bottle serve but it is safe to say that in the next European war the first man of the invading force in the enemys country People will be mounted on a wheel It has con quered society Aristocracy in England and France as well aa in this eaootry f BEST HAND et has recognized its worth In adopting it SEWED V LTZZSJ IN THE the idle and luxurious classes have renWORLD PROCESS dered a service by enormously increasing its popularity The hundreds of thous ands who might have hesitated between deaueand dread in the uncertainty as to whether it as the proper thing have had -A custom their doubts cleared away which has the sanction of the Faubourg 1T5 St Germain of the British peeragge of the Michaux Clot of Newport and of For Boys the local Four Hundred in each one of aalToitlB For Men our great cities is as tirmlv established as AM anj nave frm Wtif W I Deny the Constitution with its subsequent Mjrltfl and I 00 to 8300 a pair 1 lis fii iikc tit leaiher has infrv u 1 Mtn amendments rirce V rtoufla In this country it is creating as we TK Itiosubstituti ho4 PfiuHin me Ha tnped MD on sole W 1 OoaiclaliKut KruvMA3si have said social and econominal coodi JACK FESEHAK tions worthy of the attention of the historian It mav not be true as Mrs An Richmond K7 woman is riding to thony says that suffrage on the bicycle but it is un We doubtedly true that she is riding to Employ greater freedom to a nearer equality uttli ni tin ri triu lioiitf im tiiL nur illru rt t ill I Young nil ill in w Uiv ilk lb if inn iii herself and to new views on the subject Men of clothes philosophy The woman on to distribute tiie wheel is altogether a novelty and is our advertise- mpms in part payment for a bith tfrade ially a prodoi t of the last decade of ui tiiuytie nuicu t wim i new un ajiruvji worn done uniu me otevcio arrives aou proves the century nui lavtory On In this country alone the sales of bi Young Ladies 5SSP termsthe cvcles for this year are estimated at half If boys or tfirls apply they must be well recom- I mended Write for particulars a million The total number of bievcles ACME CYCLE COnPANY in use estimated at a million TbeM figELKHART IND ures are mere guesses bot there is noth- Â¬ ing incredible or improbable about them It is certain that we are only at the be V ginning ol what is i ailed the bicycle craze and the indications are that the craze is now getting ready as is more likely to supersede all other methods ot locomotion W GOLD SILVER OR GREENBACKS Gibsoai FEMALE REGULATOR Either will ptuvfcaM more Dry Goods at White than at any th r bo 1 in Richmond From now until Julv of Dress iioi -- t we inteml to daughter ail kind tions Corsets Gloves ami Hosiery for themselves Look at prices that will speak one third off for Â¬ 2- - at the following Â¬ mer prices for cash 10c Half wool Cliallis sold for all wool Dron Goods at net cost In White G 1000000 Wear Â¬ WOoutlas Shoes t f j Â¬ 500 300 350 W 250 2a25aA 250 200 Si White Gibson Â¬ Â¬ 4- Â¬ I 7t GREAT I BARGAINS Â¬ wwwwSrwv I In Poor Health Browns rnn AT - ELDERS Itp BARGAIN Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 11 Â¬ 1 Bitters STORE Â¬ It Cures Â¬ Â¬ I VViYvV VVVsVVsV II DO YOU II II WANT A If H Â¬ y WAGON I ECONOMIST Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ COME BARGAINS FOR YOU Â¬ 1 i o E Look Look Look M Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ nr OO A sold G A UE SHI N S O F Â¬ Â¬ Y O U FINE LIQUORS bu-i- -- WORMS 8RiU Â¬ 1 et vermifuge Sim ek Up tap I -- f N f A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B RICHMOND IN OHIO VOLUME IX MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report i A 1I A WEDNESDAY II I AUGUST 28 1895 DELICATE Â¬ NUMBER GOLD 12 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN TS277AL STTEGEST DEMOCRACY MILLION BICYCLES Hs PR A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON KfcS uilding a Main ted to dentistry r Street Otliie M 1 I kt HARRIS M R I 1 RlL KkNTI v KY KNOWLEDGE Brinr comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet trr than others and enjoy life more with expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to tle needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative effectually cleaning the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation It has given aUiafactina to millions and met with the approval of the m diral profession beeaaae it acts on the Kidneys Liver an How Is without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance Byrap of FiLr- - i for sale by all drng 111 5ic and bottles but it is inan ufactun d by the California Fig Syrup Co only whit e name is printed on eve ry package also the name Syrup of Figs nd being well informed you will not ccent any substitute if offered 1 1 k O a specialty Office in -ya m 93 32 111 J A VATCS MORGAN a YATBB KtNTli KY DEMTMtWi StMd i r Madison National 3- - WELBY V BURGIN - DEXTUST Kfmitkv Secom 4S- PSTSICL65TS DR O RlCHM m A KENNEDY - FMYSWCIAM AND SURGEON Kkntickv 304 4 to Pin naiMmg No and Main Street up leak ui DR JOHN l M FOSTER Ken roc 1 TRY US Fresh Meats Fresh Fish Vegetables G EVANS RictiMon M 1 Kfnticky Ktic of M ni i mv ns dcir 1K T MONO 1 TAYLOR ry - - KkmHKY Yeagers Jewelry et WE KEEP THE IJKST And sell u reasonable prices Ymi an always obtain value received your loaey with us Your orders delivered any place within DR H R GIBSON 71V - III si Rl HMM AND 8URG - l X fr - KeNIITKV 20 Scc- the corporation in the Joe nllins buildinc iP and IS HOOKER YETKUSABT 8UXG1 1 a Specialty It Hamilton I C T WELLS Co tistry and Sterility Manager 4v 47 Main Si e Richmond Kv DR A H STEWART AND SUMGKOK Kkn oxer 4 PHYSICIAN LCDOE DIRESTOST Richmond Lodge No 2c meets second S ind iburth Tm ln in carli inoiith Deathetacc Master J Speed Smith Richmond Roal Arch Chapter No it 1 meets thud Tueda in each month P Armer II P j Speed Smith Sect Ricicnoni Commander v No lo iey i firs Tutsda ular B in each month Vi itng Sir Knights aie cordial v invited P Armer lo attend E J Speed Smith Recorder 1 Dm F it llair street Secret ATTOPTETS STEPHEN D PARRISH AT LAW - ATTORNET Kentucky Etc ihty of inventi n Free ol te terms J A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond Kuikm iaf- Main Stre- - 11 B IK ATTORNET AT LAW Kll HMOSI1 Kpnticky street up stairs 31 at KirkMadison Lodge No i Saturdav evening before the fnl A J Rom W moon in every month If B F Cotl 11 Secretary KHigston Lodge No 1 at Kingston meets Saturday evening tefore the fill1 moon in CTtn month T C Wit Secretary I M Hoen W M Waco Lodge No jjja meets fourth Saturdav in everv month W F Fielder I H Turpin Secretary WM Hamilton Lodae John I ii meetx second Saturda every month John I Hamilton W M ohn L Griggs Secretary at Daniel one Lodge No 4 meets ttiri Satnrilav in evert month Wm Bennett W M S Old i convention composed of delegates from every county in the State met t Springfield yesterday ami lnid down the law for the Democratic party ot Ohio and selected the leaders whose flags nitiM lie followed by even loyal meinlier of the JoHersoiiian party of the people in the canipaigu which is soon to open The Enquire nails to its masthead the banner woven iy the constituted authority ot the Kiliiical organization of whose primary and essential prili iples it is ever an advocate The pialform is battel than that of the Republican State Con vention at Zanesville and the candidates chosen yesterday are more worthy ot support than those placed in nomination by the Republicans ThV represent better general principles and political doctrines The essential leading and governing idea of the platform is in the resolutions rejoicing over the repeal of the odious Federal election law That involves an original principle of Democracy the death of which would be the demise ol the party itself It is a text for the preaching ol the true Democratic doctrine on simplicity in government and the rights of tin States to govern them selves within the limitations which they have themselves imposed in the ratification of the Constitution of the United States and the amendment therto It is a reminder of the idea that those who are governed the leist are governed the beat It is so far as it goes a true inter pretation of the whole spirit of the union of the states and government by the people through a representative system In the present situation of polities no Democratic state Convention can do its lull dity without reminding the people of the dangers of Federal election laws As sure as the night succeeds the dav and the dav the night if the Republicans are restored to lull tower in the Federal establishment at Washington tliev a ill seek to create a strong central govern iiient and supound the polls at all elec with the Federal authontv and dominaton and if net essan for their pur poses with the bayonets of the rederal army This is a matter upon which the platform conatractoni might hare dwell ai greater length with prollt but we re ice that the cardinal precepts of the party were not altogether overlooked St the excitement over temporary and passing questions The Democratic leaders moat shortly devote themselves to restoring original principles The Federal encroat inueut is rapid and dangerous The denunciation of the rotten Repub-Â¬ lican Legislature i well limed too Nat ional aud state politics cannot le completely divorced but the indifference ami incompetence of the piesent executive department of the Mate the wretch ed corruption of the legislative establish ment the rank partisanship displaced in the rearrangement of the judicial s ami the reckless disregartl of the constitution of the stale in the passage of laws is ample justification for putting Demo crass in power if there was not a differ ence liet ween the parties on a single abstract q mnlioa Ixt us have some state issues m earnest this time There baa been DO journal or individual more active and ersisteiit than The Ku ipiirer in pleaching tfie doctrine of ma jotity rule There is no going Itehiud the returns when the state convention -- peaks The meeting at Springfield yesterday whs final There is not going to be a rump or iKilling convention and there ought not to be The Democratic sign was set in the sky yesterday aud it will be the guiding star for all Democrats in the autumnal journey to the afecea of freemen the petal in November En- Â¬ quirer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE SESSION OF BACTERIolOlilSTs OFR SOURCES OF DRINKING WHEAT INFORMATION It is nearly thirty years since Chicago WATER lling and shipping wheat in Atig- neighboring mills and markets At the Academy of Medicine in New surrounded bv wheat growers such as York an important session has been held Detroit Toledo and Cleveland We think crop conditions then were more or attended by the most distinguished of nmilarto thtue generally reported Oitr population in 1SH5 was this season but half what it is now The crop then equaled about 280000000 bushels and prices m November following the Au gust tjuotations nearly doubled and la- teron the following spring sold very high Contract grades generally selling from U to 411 tents over low grades Chicago prices now nile lower than anv neigh boring primary markets Chicago has a large stock of ehoip contract wheal which holders refuse to sell at less than futures bring Many country grain buyers now make purchases only after the grain from the thrashers has been cleaned Fifteen years ago North America fur nished one tpiarter the wheat imported by consuming countries Now we ex port but about oiip sixth the worldV wants In 1880 most of the worlds wheat was grown north of the Equator the past vear Great Britain has secured nearlv one tpiarter her wants from the Argentine or south of the Equator anil where the wheat is grow n in about the same attitude In ol ueeks ending July 27th North America Russia Ar gentine India ami Australia shipped to Europe 328672100 bnabela against 321 296000 bushels name time previous son and 316560000 bushels same time two vears ago The worlds visible August 1st according to Howard Iaitels in wheat and tloiir equalled 158- 043400 bushels July 1st it was 100331 000 bushels August 1 18M it was 174 491600 bushels It is variously estimated that Europes requirements equal from 6800000 to 7000000 per week Crops in Western Europe are rejiorted below an average Germanys rye crop may fall short from Ii to 10 er cent Ileerliohm estimates worlds crop tM- IKKIKX bushels of last year Great Britius crops are conceded tolieshort Irelands potato crop is reported good F S po tato crop is indicated by Government report as about 20600000 bushels as against aliout 170000ioi bushels last year The Orange Jude Farmer now es timates the Fnited States wheat crop at about 405000000 bushels Thoman claims July conditions deteriorated nine points Â¬ Â¬ our bacteriologists The matter under discussion was to indicate the standard types of hart aria methods of cultivation and to interpret effects The bibliography of the subject wants sorting and sifting Then standard forms might be emphasized and the study of variations become more possible It is apparent that we have as was natural looked more to the destruction of the bacilli than their first production It is evident however that the fitst stage is the equally important one for could we check nascent growth then the ideal of the sanitarium would come about that is then there would be no germs of dise- harr1 30 W B SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW - lit rea Lodge No 617 meets the firs Saturdav in each month at 7 oclock p m E L Robinson Secretary E T Fish Ma ter I O O Secretarv F Richmond Kkntickv ad rT stairs 31 30 J 0k I M IIKNAILT street - ATTORNEYS AT LAW Mdison Lodge No 14 meets every Mondav at their hal on Main street S H Thorpe N G E G Parrish V L J Frree Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets even first and lliir T ursdav in Odd F LZ Mall on Main streei R chmond Taylor C P L J Frazee Scribe KNIGHTS OF HONOR RllllMlM f KrNTlCKY gro- 30 Knee on Second over Chenault 31 WR SHACKELFORD Amity Lodge No 515 K of IL meets every Frislay evening in the Odd Pellow Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock H E W Rowland Reporter KNIGHTS OF ATTORNEY AT LAW RichmiN Kintickv Office overRtch Will practioe in all the Courts TanL same as t ol Caperton- 1 1UHIAS - White Lolge No 4- K P meets ev erv Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows hall at oclock C W Tudor C C C C Hooker K of R and S central mm 11 TAYLOR BROS Dealers in Ttie next ftesftiin will open WEDNESDAY H7SRDWHR 1895 E SEPTEMBER Tinware Stoves The Preparatory Department will lie taught by A large stock kept constantly on hand raOFGOKDOS IAXToN H A Irh FARMERS RL PlIiF J H CHANDLER Jr Call on us for Agricultural Im plemenu of all kinds app anted For Anl an assistant to H anl catalogue apply to full u BUILDERS L H BLANTON Chanei ir We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need We make specialties of TIN 40 2A NOTICE To Debtors and Creditors perois hiving claims against riitaphrr rM preser t sane tn me properlv proven and verified before kt i 189 or srr will be WU ARNOLD barred Administrator Aug 13 1895 All All prrnon- - usstaig deceased wiii please call WM ato ice Aug 13 IO- ROOFING AND GUTTERING lophrr 1 aor - MriiriBP Tbat Makes a Mm Hustle Franklin Co Tern Mav 16 C I am lort five vears oil and huve I am a th spent eight leirr in poor man and have 10 hoUle for a i air now n my market garden and It W the j a a mule ard does more than L A HvpMN is recotnaaended to do the physical appearance of the microbes under the microscope very much more has to be learned Accord ing to Professor Adami of Montreal lie tweeu what are malignant and benelicient germs there are the strongest family likenesses The microscopists lens has its value but the other test of media In one kind of me must be employed dia certain bacteria will live and flourish and in another die Here probably may be found the kev which in time to come will unlock the secret why it is that the introduction of the attenuated cultured bacilli becomes preservative of life On this most important subject as to the reasons for it bacteriologists cannot as yet give any satisfactory explanation And for want of certainty the world hesi tates to accept what are positively the cures or preventives of disease Ignorance of the complexities of a subject might be excused but wilful cbere gard of the commonest laws of health is criminal Within the last month typhoid fever was rife at Evansville Ind a city with over 50000 inhabitants The disease lregan to show itself in January Febuarv March but did not hi any marked way In April there were 17h cases with 1 deaths In May thirty one DECLINE OK IMMIGRATION deaths The reason was simple The The volume of immigration to the water used lor drinking purposes was taken at a point on the Ohio River near United states has been declining for the outlet of tiie main sewers Harpers some years past The figures for the fis- Â¬ Weekly cal year ending Jane 0 1804 showed a decrease of over IMiOOO as compared ELECTRIC WEED KILLER means so much more than tr with those for the preceding vear and the figures for the twelve months ending fyou imagine serious and LANCASTER WINS The electric weed killer which WM June last show a still further decrease fatal diseases result from experimented upon some time ago with though one not at all in proportion to trifling ailments neglected A large and cultivated audience assem varying results is said to have been that recorded for the preceding year the Dont play with Natures i bled in Waltons opera house Stanford brought down to practical shae The decrease amounting to a Httre over 35000 f greatest gut last Friday evening to witnesstbe Young tie vice was intended originally for the The figure given by the Bureau of Statishealth Ladies Elocutionary Content The coti destruction of grass autl weeds along tics of the Treasury Department it may If you are feeling out of forts weak tistatits were Niss Alberta Anderson of railroads It is now proposed to extend be remarked comprise about 96 percent and generally ex hausted nervous Lancaster subject The Murderer of the immigration to the country at ports its application to land covered by nox Lurve no appetite Miss Ethyl Reality of Stanford suband cant work A us weeds such as the Canadian ami importing such arrivals but do not inuu- - i tam UCgin Miss Russian thistle cockle burrs and the clude immigration from Iritish North ject The Rescue of Lueknow ing the most reliable strengthening Nellie Ware IfeGoodwin of Danville like America and Mexico The total for the is expected to be especially val It medicine which is selections from Lady of Lyons Miss Nel uable iu the destruction of plants of the year ending June 10 ISi l van 311612 Browns Inm Eit ttrs A few bot lie Gritliii of Itncaster subject The thistle tribe in w hich the root must be and that for the year ending June 1886 tles euro benefit comes from the Miss J ticile Menefee of Stan- destroyed in order to annihilate the weed Uncle was 276136 As might be expected fig very firt dot M ford subject The Death Bridge of the It is claimed that the use of the electric ures for the most important countries Tecnt stain your 1 teeth a J Us Tay ant Miss Elizabeth Fleece Bosley s weed killer will reduce the cost of keep contributing immigration to the United pleasant to take J of Danville Selections from Kenilworth t ing railway lines clear of vegetation from States showed deereases though in a few The young ladies all did exceptionally s40 to ifSO per mile per vear The oper- Â¬ instances comparisons disclose an aug well and each was highly complimented ation of the device is based on the vary- mentation of numbers Of the more imKidney and Liver Dyspepsia The judges Col T P Hill Kid George ing conductivity of vegetables the more portant countries iermany Italy Russia ITEMS OF INTEREST Gowen and W J Price after a short moisture they contain the less resistance except Poland Austria excepting Constipation Bad Blood When rivulets are full the rivers are consultation awarded the first prize a they ofler to the current The apparatus Poland and Sweden and Norway show Malaria Nervous ailments 1 gold watch am chain to Miss consists of an alternating generator deereases Increases are noted iu the swollen to unusual proportions When handsome Womens complaints farmers anil planters have plenty mer Nellie Griftin of this citv and second mounted on a car producing electricity immigration from Hungary from EngGet iriy the rem ine- - it ha crossed red BTC sub- All otbea chants manufacturers aud employees prize 15 volumes of Dickens works to at 2000 volts pressure and stepped up land and from Ireland There is a it t t of two 2 stair of Stanford to from 6000 to L4000 volts according to slight increase in the immigration from Una Lucile Menefee i 1c each get their share The railways are Beautiful VorkT1 Fair VLtts anJ bsnc Iree the servants of adverse circuinslances Miss Griffin is the daughter of Mr Jim the kind and quality of the vegetation to France ami in that from Denmark The MO aud the musters of themselves only hen Orillin and is beloved bv all who are ac be destroyed most marked incieise was in the immivi worketl to lull capacity The sunlight quainted with her for her many good The current alter being raised to the gration from Ireland which increased kist cs a prosperous country that is re- tniits and modest amiable disposition required voltage is conducted through during the year by over 14 UK Another BRIDGEFORDS joicing in plentiful harvests fair wages She deserves great credit for winning the a serious of tine wire or brushes to marked change in the course of immigraprize when it is considered that she only the tops of the weeds or grass the other tion is from iermany which sent over and moderate prices Miss Alberta side of the current being made through 23000 fewer immigration in the twelve The United Stales expends SHV V had one weeks training Anderson also of this city was highly the w heels of the car to the ground The months ending June IStio than in the 11X1 yearly for imported sugar and sells SEE THEM twice that amount of raw cotton In complimented for the graceful easy man- current leaps from the suspended brush preceding year Frankfort Capital isH the consumption of pig iron wa ner in which she handled her subject to the weeds and passes through them EXAMINE THEM proud of to the grountl thus completing the cir- BOUTHERN BEAUTIES AT THE AT 00OvKj tons this season it will be Iincaster people are indeed about Laucaatet Record LANTA EXPOSITION PIRCHASE THEM about iHKlXK tons The iron that cost these fount ladies cuit The current traverses the entire 3 to o years ago about j lL in Feu nil J I length of the plant from the topmost FIVE HUNDRED GERMANS FN leaf to the roots rupturing its cellular An interesting attraction of the Wo Â¬ vania and fl in Alabama to manufacture CHICAGO TO ROUTE FROM mans Building at the Cotton States and id B respectively and is now tissue and completely destroying it SEDAN sold nearly as high as in 1K12 Since the The root is generally affected more International Exposition will he a calenrecent great advance or doubling of prithan the rest of the plant from the fact dar of Southern beauties It is a beautiChicago Germans will anust their coun Â¬ exquisitely printed in ce of nails aud various kinds of iron the trymen to tight again the battle of Sedan that it contains more moisture In many ful calendar demand has slackened New loeotno They marched for the seat ot war to day rases the current in passing heats the which each mouth is represented by a tives are being constructed to run 150 plant to such an extent that it cannot be typical belle of one of the Southern Five hundred veterans of the Deutsch States The leading face is that of Winmiles an hour There are 7li street lal- er Krieger Yerein assembled at the cor held in the hand It is said that the ap nie Davis who represents Mississippi wave covering 110000 miles that have ners of Kinzie and North Clark streets paratus can be quickly equipped and at The other twelve are like Miss Davis funded debt of about fflOO000000 have with Jos Schlenner President of the no great expense Ex in being beautiful cultured and highly earlv earnings estimated at 125 to I4tl Chicago German Veterans as Chief bred They consist of Annie I Sterling netting about 18 to 2 Miirsiial and Dr Julius Schmidt Assis millions of dollars CASUALTIES IN CLARK M1 Janie Sutherlin of Westminster millions of dollars annually The worlds taut Mars ai Smith of Danville Va Frames Wheat is estimated at production of coal in 1U They carried side bv side with the Henry Hagganl son of Bud Hsaaard Virginia about V4lMiiKl tons The United Standard of the Krieger Yerien the agad 16 years was accidentally shot by Shober of Salisbury N C Leigh Eraser of Charleston 8 0 Marian the American Flag The column marched Kingdom yearly produces his etmipanion George Jones while they H Mattie Dunbar of Augusta Ga The through Mime amount and mines the most the center of the city tothe Dear were in Jones watermelon patch near Houston of Tallalasse Fla Annie 11 United States stands second aud annu- Irorn Station Theie the veterans of the town Montlay morning The boys had Reese of Birmingham Ala EllaMehle SOLD Iff Iarge ally gains from 7 to 10 per cent War of 70 took the train for New York a loaded shot gun and Haggard bantered imports diminished exports a monthly by way of Niagara Falls The steamer Jones to shoot at his hat when he threw of New Orleans La Emma Belknap of RICHMOND deficiency and excessive rates of ex Fuhle steamed out of New York harbor it up Haggard threw up Iii6 hat and as San Antonio Texas tieorgia Lincoln of Queenie Woods of KiHk Ark change tend to force the Government to Saturday carrying them and hundreds Jones was preparing to fire the gun went Little Nashville Tenn and Elsie Castleman continue to lean on the Bond Syndicate of other Germans back to participate in off prematurely the charge entering of Louisville Ky The original pictures CiApr-- Co New York the greatest jubilee of the vear in ibe Haggards face neck and shoulder on the are large water colors painted by the September left side inflicting a serious and proba- well known artist Mrs Sedan Feir Fatherland Caroline C HEAVEN ON a GOLD BASIS 2 is the twenty fifth anniversary af the bly a fatal wound Lovell and give an admirable idea oi the All Germany will arise John Armstrong a fourteen year old superb beauty of the daughters ot Dixie The S xtv fifth Stove wps so d to When the Rev Silver Penn at Mt battle of Sedan century colored boy got his foot cut off heow They will be hung in the Art Gallery of MR VV S IRYOR North Street Olivet drew the happy parallel between that day to celebrate the quarter the instep in the L it N yards here Fri- Â¬ the Womans Bdilding and the calendars Jvation and free silver 111 trying to birthday of the Empire of the land He had climbed to the sold in the hall for the benefit of the to drink to Bismarck and German day morning help Jo he should not have forgotten ami unity Berlin and leipsic will be the top of a moving freight ear and in com fund to mention that free salvation is on a of the greatest demonstrations of ing down slipped and fell his loot being gold basis the streets of the new Jerus- scenes Vacation Time patriotism aud thither the American caught under the wheels This should alem are of gold Hell is paved with Is at hand and is gladly welcomed bv all representatives will betake them warning to boys both white and broken promises probably Mexican The Fultla is due in Bremen August -- 7 black who make a practice of playing especially those whose duties in life have dollars Cvnthiaiia Democrat dancing illuminations and about ihe depot If they do not protit caused them to greatlv run down their iig COPYFUGi REUNION processions await the pilgrims there in by the lesson and keen away when they system to meet the requirement KXT t Foe A CA1 I OBTA13 A With Hamburg have BO business there they should he ical and mental forced upon them T tte to arsv er and aatftfl atIjj tifty years and others it is important whether Somvft From Hamburg they will go to Fried turned over to the policeWinchester soldiers are invited to Confederate Lnmmnnu experience in the patent b uribook ot In tions e at home at the seishore or in the country rube the home of Prince Bismarck Sun be present at the fourteenth annual rc tnd bow to oth U Of that some thought be iven to diet and as Ed which The Iron Chancellor was voted an hon- Â¬ of the Orphan brigade mSmwrn IN DEEP WATER Co receive n farther assistants to Nature good bu b orary member of the American Krieger will be held at BowlingGreen Sept 26U Amerioitn ana tuns iu - Yerein on his eightieth birthday the pa ing up medicine like Hoods Sarsar April by all railed rates will wit reported to It tne digestion teU ha br far the iwawwa Oapt H T Strother came near being had best and obi sjioiers will be entertained 1 Jos Schlenker will tender bins his k tn the r deranged and frequent hea free American drowned while bathing in the Ohio near cost It is probable that BntKHwrcW f ftrtillery and CO to he the rn He took the John Young Brown union Olim anil tiheti mr to re with plauft eruh iin tmliiera V trio change all Ibis 2nd enable f r neii in iv nttichv cianips while in deep water and es ConteJ IjLLpt dnijras acid set tire contr MijHM cm siw ions jot nauiuwiy eterans will then go to underjseveral times but was rescued by turn to their home and business In a re id the managers are auxtc As to Â¬ Â¬ The historian who will write the true history of the closing vears of the nineteenth century will be compelled to say a great ileal about the growth influence and effects of the bicycle habit during tbat period The points which he will feel obliged to covr are as numerous as they are ii d IT IS ft SUPERB T0N1G teresting The bitvele as the legitimate exerts a wonderful influence in succeesor ot the velocipede of a quarter her system by of a cento ry ago was taken up as an ap- Â¬ strengthening pliance for exercise and pleasure These driving through the proper chan- Â¬ it has furnished to an extent not anticinel ail impurities Health and pated by its most enthusiastic devotees strength are guaranteed to result In addition it has passed beyond any from its use limits of mere pleasure or exercise It Mv wife wns bedridden for eighteen months has forced itself on the attention of the after using BKADFIELDS FKMALK REGU LATOR fer two months is getting veil great war powers of the earth ft remains J at JOHNSON Hainan Ark to be seen what warlike purposes it may BKADFIFIP RFGtlATOB CO ATIjlXTA GA Sold by all Erurjigtl at tl 00 per bottU serve but it is safe to say that in the next European war the first man of the invading force in the enemys country People will be mounted on a w heel It has conquered society Aristocracy in England ami France as well M in this country BEST HAND has recognised its worth t In adopting it IN THE SEWED S the idle ant luxurious classes have renafFc PROCESS WOLD dered a service by enormously inon its popularity The hundreds of thons- audi who might have hesitated Iwtaoeil desire and dread in the uncertainty as to whether it was the proper thing have had A custom their doubts cleared away which has the sanction of the Faubourg 2 50 St Germain of the British preragge of the Michaux Club of Newport and of For Boys the local Four Hundred in each one of aaiYoilis mv our great cities is as firmly established as rorracn Wear W 1- - Oooclan a naif from the Constitution with its subsequent A NItIvo and ai A to aatm it mill Thaitrii Wltttti amendments pr ce t th r in is s but W Iiialn p that remain In this country it is creating as we TiKp I no substitute s lioe name aiitlpr the name L noiilai LiKtxKTu- - jia--- s aula rjj on sole have said social and oroaominal condi tions worthy of the attention of the hisJACK F2SEMA17 torian It mav not be true as Mrs Any Richmond thony says that woman is ruling to suffrage on the bicycle but it is un- Â¬ We doubtedly true that she is riding to Vv f Ss greater freedom to a nearer equality employ i man to the habit of taking care of with JYoung I t herself and to new views on the subject Hlort of clothes philosophy The woman on to dUtribut the wheel is altogether a novelty and our aUvtrtiM- tMIMlllimuill payment mnnts in part for a hirh ttrade Aciie t essentially a piodm t of the last decade of V wbieh we biiid them on approval No J f work tltiue until tiio bicycle arrives and proves the century In this country alone the sales of bi Young Ladies SSSFtiSST cycles for this vear are estimated at hall If boys or inrls apply tbey must be well reoom- mended Write for particulars a million The total nomber of birvclre ACME CYCLE COHPANY in use estimated at a million These figELKHART IND ures are mere guesses but there is nothing incredible or improbable about them It is certain that we are only at the be ginning ol what is called the bicycle craze and the indications are that the craze is now getting ready as is more likely to supersedeall other methods ot locomotion HarKrs Weekly FEMALE REGULATOR br4lxfxxxds SILVER OR GREENBACKS Gitw Either will ptrrufcnaa more Dry Goods at White than at any oth r house in Richmond 1st we intend to Frmn now until July -- daagkter all kinds of Dress Goada9o at prices that will sjx ak or tions Corsets Gloves and Hosiery for themselves Look at the following third off for- Â¬ mer prices for cash 10c Half wool dial lis sold for 25e now U all wool at net cost In White Gootk aaaaajaaaat i 1000000 Wear and Silk Waal Patterns we have an cajdlt will pay yon to price them ft Â¬ WIJouglas Shoes 500 the reduction will atonish vou T 00 rAX T II kjierjr Cor rts and Howes which fee ipiality and nri you 3lU eant touch elsewhere Gauze and Mii din VmAtt war at 350 225 jahi laCi 200 your own price it will save Give this M day each sale your attention money We mean BUSINEfi 175 yu t Respectfully White 6REAT BARGAINS Men- - Gibson Gauze Under liirts 18c Balbrigajaa iJVX JJ Mens Undershirts long and short sleeves Joe MH Mens RaJbriggaa Drawers Iadie- - V ts and 10c Â¬ Meats Laundried Shirt- - 39c up A large stock to select from Call and see them hefore vou liuv Â¬ Â¬ Fans Fans W want to sapplj In Poor Health AT every man woman and child in Ri hinond with fans -- Open and hut dum 1 8 and KV 25 fail to A liner line at 20 75 and t S3c Dont ELDERS what we have in shore line Parasols Parasols immen e We have an line of Imhrellas and I Parasols at 9c up Iap Robes 26e up Â¬ BAR6AIN Window Shades lOe complete Curtain Roles 15c up We ell more Envelopes and Pa Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ j Browns Iron Bitters Â¬ U x - Â¬ Â¬ per for 5c than you where for 25c luv i fatting Â¬ Â¬ STORE 11 11 life per yard 11 Talile Oil Cloth inches wide 2Q 6 lSeacr yard 54 Â¬ It Cures Â¬ I 1 vvAA vvvw DO YOU WANT A vWvvtAwvy Â¬ Â¬ WAGON WE SELL AS LOW AS WE THAN EVER BEFORE WE HAVE TOO MANY WE ARE AFTER CASH KENTUCKY 33 Â¬ ECONOMIST RAfiGE CAN LOWER Â¬ CARRIAGE WORKS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cewvessssssSsKswftec it nr- - Â¬ Â¬ gOME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look O B Look Look M E R I arit A Â¬ 65 v3 G A At the following Specialties S25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Mills Cheap Cane Hills Cheap Evaporators Cheap Feed Cutters Cheap Wheat E rills Cheap Corn Hnskers Cheap i Â¬ ME III SCO N S O R Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Cheap Oliver Plows Cheap Cook Stoves Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Eveiyihing Cheap At SHACKELFORD F Y Â¬ O U MOST IN QUAKTITY Â¬ GENTRYS Richmond Ky Uskl vr i BEST IN QlMUTt FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD Pure cinal Uaaa in WORMS WHITES 8RM todies c- t 1 VERMIFUGE FOR 2rt YGiUlS EVERY BQTslS MMlaKTEED1 SUL BY t - tar DXtlUUMTS MBMM f IIVKUUM ST 101 I Family and and io gallon Packages a specia ies for j Has id Sim ML bjwj J bodily ii ti 2V THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON I P ARMKK PUBLISH 111 Editor Manaikr BT IVIKV WKSVBDAI The Climax Printing PRICK PKR YKAH ANNOUNCEMENTS Co 150 nn C T WELLS is a 5 randilue for Ciiv Council subject to the action of the Icmocratu ande to announce I I D K s rd at acandi subject to the action of the Ucux ted by Col Bradley Each combination is an evil of magnitude Of the two evils choose the lester Put which is You might add the fundathe leaser mental and everlasting principle of local self government to the Hardin side and the dangerous idea of a strong centralised government to the Bradley side and see how yon like the combination It helps the Hardin picture You might charge the force bill up to Bradley The combination that we especially like is a low tariff sound money and local self government that is States rights the best money and no tariff to Â¬ effort of Watterson to prevent Kentucky from instructing for Cleveland by his historic threat that to nominate him would be to march through a slaughter bouse into an open grave He was also a dele gate to the Chicago convention in 1W and worked vigorously for Clevelands Â¬ speak of AM KKHK i onmKMi TO HOW I u f the Ilenocratn party H A MERSHON 5 a candidate fot Cty nrd subject to the iioa oi me Lvcmocrauc parly n A r CAkSF tnlidale for Councilman the IVenv I -W 111 V f a candidate for the Slate Senate subject n Mu will tne loe Kington a nerfcr so Uappv as when in the middle nf cyclonic political excitement For weeks Duncan and ttid the good f the Jf sTor mi ia- the Democratic n Councilman from Sim rail factious have sounded the fuzzv gert from morn to noon from noon to dewy eve u all night long to boot The primary resulted in the micro scopic majority ol two for Duncan That is precisely what the Lexingtonians wanted They are now shouting them Â¬ selves out of their boot over the con tested election u H itigton seems to lie of the b ickel lywhet mar fcromtl pattern that mortal man can never decide The other officers nominated were for he 1 wrijty Bhwf for Treasurer P J Garland ninth District composed of the counties of Madi M Huford for Solicitor ect to the action of Citv Clerk H ra tiinnniil party Win P Kimball for Attorney M C Foiishee for Assessor P P ONeill TATE liKJNHKATK TICKET Surveyor John Masner Jailer A full list of candidates lor Aldermen anil r Conncilmen were i miniated T WAT HARJUX of Mercer or loiter The committee has decided the KT IVLUR of Fulton contest a tie and the race will le run ret again in October So the kettle goes K C Ink boiling riglt along candidate kubjeit to theacIOI 6- Everything about Iex Â¬ I c ral KMS f e km f llci nmg tiriiHT QML HAVE REVISED HIS SPEECH interest of the farmers and gardeners encouraging the pursuit among the col ored veople and emphasizing those princonsiderably HrNkY S HA1 I nf Gn ciples and labors that will enable the Quite an interesting neefing is being fo you know where t et I D FORTES THMMrSi N ofllcn colored farmer to succeed Prof Hath- Â¬ held at Asburys grocery Several in atmmtssioner of Agriculture away was chosen President and J J tendance and it is supposed there will be ion i N Turner Secretary iisv ioner several additions and nerhans a few The chairman Horace Moran and IUNT IICK Kr FN I Kill I K joiners For Representative Madi- Richard Carr were appointed a commit Mr A Francis and family of Corbin TTT JOHN I CHENAVI 1 tee to suggest topics for discussion ficial are visiting relatives here The turn mi k topics suggested were discussed at length Another probable candidate is Prvor J Miss Flla Parkes spent a few days last WEDNESDAY Corn is maturing rapidly and with profit A committee consisting Force the able voung lawyer who has week at her uncles Mr J ft Parkes Cider mills are in operation of Thomas Francis Thomas Bobb md just been nominated to represent Shelby Miss Marshall Thk plot thickens and the of Louisville is the L B Smith reported the following resocounty in the next Legislature He is Many visitors yet attend the Mallory guest of the Misses Ramsey this week widens lutions which were adopted an advocate of sound money and of Mc Springs is J J Hagan and C F Higgins Hi Wat TV you and that parrot First That we heartily approve of the Crearys candidacy for the Senate and Watermelon thieves are reiwrted num- spent Sunday in Visiting Carls an Wedding Invitationa Papain Ask fat pa our town Ask them o much invitation to a conference of colored farwould be a strong candidate if there be erous hereabouts about the horse they were driving mers any truth in the rumor that McCreary Mr Robert Bishop has moved in from Thkre seems to be a difference between The meeting at Mt Tabor church conSecond We recommend that this ii has chosen him as his political legatee Clay county and built him a residence hard money and Hardin money ror Uie Climax ducted by Rev A V Sizemore of Stantercrice be made a permanent organizaNicholasville Journal Florida ast fall this neighborhood was almost ford Opposite Hotel GJyndon Hii hmom K closed Sunday night with 17 tion A nwiiv of tin- iple for the For the Climax a hospital but now we have very little additions Florida is to have an electric railway Third That the meetings of the per people hy the true Democratic Cr atral Caivrrsltr from Jacksonville hy St Augustine illness dIi manent organization he annually heid Misses iracieBell and Katie Hance Central University will commence it latkaand Sanford to Tampa The com and at this place the State Normal Ifll BIliTTTl Mr Jas G Allen left last Sunday of Warsaw Ky spent last week with next session Wednesday Sept litis It morning for he Chinaman was a correct oh School a visit to his children in Miss Ellen Mavs and are now with Miss pany was chartered bv the last Lt IT TICKLES YOU is the youngest of Kentucky colleges he mii Mellicar man lure The company purpose to construct but Lebanon Ind Fourth That a committee consisting Fannie Cockran near Manse THE INSTANT RELIEF rou BET is certainly not liehind the older colleges fkox a standard gauge railway for freight ami of Prof Hathaway and four others be The distilleries are only paying li Miss Christine Bradley of Lam aster puss in it thorough work and progressive ngir traffic and expect to hart a appointed to draft a constitution and hy I The called meeting oi the Bfa methods Indeed it stands in the front cents per bushel for apples with which to Miss Williams of London and Mom portion of it completed bv next winter kius to he submitted at the next meet- CUtic Central Committee held in Inis- Frisby and Richardson were the guests rank and has set the pace for much older make brandy As electricity can b furnished so inK or me government 01 tins orgaiia day did nothing worth men- The fox hunters horns have been of Miss Ellen Mays last week institutions much cheaper than steam they think tion IEKSONAL ig It is hard to realize how fortunate it heard here this week but Reonard is sly Miss Yirgie ibl s after a pleasant that they will lie able to give rates from Fifth That the above committee be m J was for the people of Richmond and and hard to find CURES holm visit to her friend Miss Fannie Parkes K to SO per cent lower than at pi Ii yon think the women cant shoot Mr B W Turner is in New York requested to issue and address to the Madison county that the University was Mr Field iolden has recovered from returned to her home in San Antonio the company is capitalized ior ns Br jrstt S ntches Bitej of HEALS your base Mrs Al l i 2000000 colored farmers of the State apprising Mrs J W Carterton has returned located etc here With its large endowment his recnt illness and is ridingabout again Texas last Tuesday With her winning It is stated hat Mr Frank J Hiaeoa then of our purpose and inviting l Ialves from Stanford BR EAKS U P Bad Colds La Grippe Influenza them and able Faculty it affords as good edu- Â¬ with his usual pleasant smiles ways and pleasant smiles she made many recently lound two largeoraiige groves in Croup Sore Throat etc Iriday killing him to meet with H next year Mrs B L Middclton and wile have re- cational advantages as are Smells Everywhere Tastes Good Does Good every tiub Good offered by any The protracted services at Pilot Knob friends who are sad since her departure the Big Cypress Swamp of South Florida Sold Sixth That the meeting next vear be at 25c and EOc Ptr Bolt e No Reief Ma Pa - nominated for turned from Shelby ville college in tie South Many of the best nave increase j in interest and great 13HVO and one hair uqm moth u ihr i This is an almost impregnable swamp two davs in August and that our women HERB MEDICINE- CO U bj the siate Deim- SPRINCFIFI n o rgia Moberley has returned and nost successful business and pro crowds are in attendance many and so far but little known or explored he invited to bring or send VAIIEY raw additons exhibits of aid money irom visit to Mrs H B Hanger near Chi- men of our town and county to the membership The groes are on two large islands of in their handiwork as well as Rev Win Crow Jr preached here last farmers the rui and should he win will lie a have received their training within its exhaustible fertility On one island result of their labors Frankfort Farmers are sharpening their knives Sunday Capital lent wali IVt re reo r There have been boys in Madi- Â¬ were six razier 01 T preparatory to cuttiug corn It is rieii rstill s visiting son 0 T Soper will begin operation at his trees innearlyleaf bandied sour oran e count whose whole ranvn ho o ing and most of it gives I full the lamriy of and fruit entry on Second MONTGOMERY CATTLE promise of a good new saw mill some time this week ft CUftft OK JAIkMlN In en changed by the education How the groves came there is an instreet they yieiii Livery Stable Sale iiie recent rain has done much C C Robinson who has been partially have received here at little or no ex good teresting piece of guess work The lis John i Cole E1m formerly of this thrasher convention was W B Kiild bought in Mont onierv paralyzed for a number of years died coverers theory is this pense Thaw islands now of Winchester is here on Kepuhll A new coat of gravel is being put upon suddenly last Friday ili Rock I wish to sell privately mv new The institution is not a money making were centuries ago the rookeries of eoiinty Monday IT head of hit cattle hrirk hiisim J BUCK EYE anrel Knox Kail Whitley and the Kingston and Bere pike this week 1 he Southern Lumber Co s office they affair for the axpaaaa of maintaining it tqaarc and near Hotel millions of waterfowl and thus became Of Davis Reed he hnaahl 130 at l 28 at liver sta ML Vernon Dr Yauirht and wife have last week to and telephone poles are also being put have recently Glrndon Richrooad Kv is many times the amount of tuition paid erect e I will be ready for fertilized to the highest perfection The C and 4 at 4 cents and of Jett McDonn iven jinnary Bate a candidate for the Senate to from a visit to Mrs Vauirhts parents at to it and no boy has ever been turned up on that road for the Richmond and occupancy this week Seminole Indians when they ran awav ald IM at 4 cents The cattle will range W S DUNCAN coaapoaad m ttwae Clinton away from its doors because he was poor Berea line which will soon be in opera- The protracted meeting at Bethel from the Creeks made their home on from 1450 to 1500 and are to ba taken at CURES NOTHiNSBuTPllES ties On the Mil ballot Wm H tion Miss Mershon Winchester Ban The Preparatory Department is in after a visit of Christian church continues Great in- Â¬ some of the richest of the lands and dur optiou Clark oi lacfcaam was nominated nei several weeks Carriages wagons and hjggies over- There has been so many baptized in terest is lieing to Mia Anna Mershon has every sense a Madison county training ing the last Indian war they were driven A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE 3 manifested MI hauled and painted at the very lowest Wns tem- - gone home Stanford DEATH OF MRS LAMPTOX school established to prepare the boys this community recently that the chilknown for IS years as the I Ed Parker amavJohn Broaddus of near Valley View from place to place and finally took prices All work guaranteed to be a lri1 iBEST REMEDY for PILES Miss Myrtice French who has been of the county for college or to give them dren are imitating the older people by refuge in the Big Cypress The Seini the boss fisherman landed a forty five nent chairman Her- - meet for some good as any in the State visiting friends in Mt Sterling has re- such an e lucatioii as will in itself be playing holding meeting and baptizing Mrs Klinor Faiifax I unpton wife of SOLD BV ALL 1BIUGI4TS noles have gone the way of all the earth Unworn al to chew KlcllMOMi Carri ir Works zuti ty zii255 mxb ca it at their play houses and one old farmer pound cattish below the mouth of Marble but their poetic language still turned home sufficient to make them efficient business lingers in W II Umpton died at the family resi Creek -A VJ- S L MidkirT Proprietor men and intelligent citizens It is known was heard to remark that he liked to HINDIS Alt HAIWN MIT ILACEH the names of our placid lakes and shad dence on Hickman stre t at midni ht Mr John McIowell of Jxmisville A E Rood returned from Toledo live here because everybody seemed to I append a few owy streams known by many iiersons here will be as one of the best preparatory schools in Talla Sunday Deceased was Ixirn at Cyn Ohio last Saturday w here he had gone the country and the reputation of its want to go to heaven Tobacco Market Char thiaria Kv in Septemher 1818 and ansa Louisville hasse means Old Town I have heard that Blai kliirn men married at Peoria next week Tallapoosa to be near his son who died there a lew By Ulover A Darren Louisville Toliacri were nominalid m liotli rUrlou and Swiftwater Chattahoochee Pictured or the daughter ol Col Isaac ttiltac Miss Bernie Stone has gone West on new Principal Prot Gordon Paxton M OF Ware days ago A University The Paris Kentuikiaij litizen calls a visit ami it is said will take up painted stones Thonotosassa Lake of vas married over tiftv years ago to V U awilh able assistants Sale on our market for the week kai EISGSTOII her Rev R B Baird of M ft Church Hints a halt thus lainpton w ho survives her closed amount to residence somewhere beyond the Ohio warrants that it will more than keep its hhds with receipt The rain did abundance of good here South will fill former high standard his appointment at Sy I promised a description of the Florida Mr and Mrs lainpton met in this city lor the same period 2696 Mid Krankiort correspondent of the The military Sales on Mr Junius Holloway of Washington Mr Jones is cutting rock out of the loam next Sunday our market lanuarv It is his last ap- Â¬ cities and begin with Jacksonville I as administrator with will annexed amount t niiati Tribune claims Blackburn I C is visiting his mother on East drill has proven a most satisfactory fea- creek f This while Mrs Itniptou then Miss Miller 131 jSi hhds Sales of tiie1stcrop bed for the pike of 1S04 Laura Scuddcr deceased will sell at puS- pointment at that place for this con- is the metropolis of Florida ture it teaches neatness manly bearing men won all around He says u n Miir mai JW High containing was visiting the ianiily of her uncle Col street Lexington Ji anounr auction a certain house and lot be Mr John Barkley our postmaster has ference year and a proper sulwrdination to authority A m7a in Bourbon i ounty his man John T V V about 30000 inhabitants The Indian Washington Miller the grandfather of I V iiries o om Itkt mg to the estate taura Pareuts should ponder well before been very unwell for a week He is u won without a ihrhtyihe bum 01S11 io me nnest ieal The National Fraternal Union organname waa Wacca Pilalka con situated on Hill street Richmond It is situa- Dr W Miller Three children survive T Kv Misses ieorLia and Pat Pm anu ormg outside prices UHC Hjiathey fail to give their sons advantage of convalescent money fwople lieing afraid to put up a ized a lodge here last Saturday night ted on the banks ol the St Johns river on credit of six months note with er Mrs A II Svmpson and Miss N ie Medium red leaf from for several weeks have been visiting the to 10 is more security bearing 6 per cent inti such educational facilities as are in their man agaii J T Pace was arrested at Bohtown The necessary officers were duly in- which at this point is 8300 feet wide Iage Umpton of this city and Mr W neglected and lower in khurn man Same entry left for their home in midst There projwtions than day ot sale until paid Sale Saturday Hamoii of Ssr ott The latter tells are examples in our town near here Thursday for horse stealing stalled They after transacting business and by channel measurement b24j miles J lauipton the writer of Washington any other burley The common grades August 31 at 2 oclock p on LOinaville Saturday m on the and county to attest that no one can tell and taken to Mt Sterling jail in fair condition have been much man has right to place him and we pertaining to the inside working ad- from the mouth The city has five par- City V R SHACKELFORD hiher premises Misses Lida and Anna McKee all know Hmton is not placed journed to meet next Saturday night of what possibilities are wrapped up in a allel streets which arc crossed hy seven Mr Harry Warrield of Cynthiana and during the week until Iridav whea thev I11- Parties are contemplating putting the Administrator were irregular and some Kichmoud are the guests this week of loy till he is given a chance to Verv Jay Ell Ess equally wide avenues The streets are Col John O Hodges of U xington are common trah olf color and easier develop old flouring mill in operation It would out of condi Miss Minnie Havs at the New THE MTATO VS TUE UKANUE Central tion is low regularly laid out and beautifully shaded nephews of Mrs ljunpton A be a great benefit to our town Hotel Winchester Sun KLNTUCKY by live oak from whose giant boughs the t STATION During the war and many years afterThe following quotation fairlv Mr Jeff Cox one of our merchants had For The Climax Miss Kathleen Poyntz ha returned sentour market lor rnrriey tobacco reie IB re is a rlear and oOmdae diagram of festoons of Spanish moss hann with ward the family lived at Ashland K J W Ballew had a 0 steer to die last iS Slate Lick Caaip Meeting the misfortune to suffer from a broken uancial juestiou as the Ljuisville irom a viit to friends in Mt Sterling dark and melancholy air Palms and where Mr Lflaaptoa was engaged in the crop CO This meeting opened on day advertized leg last Thursday caused by attempting week Ttaai Dk or damaged and accepted a position with Klein cv Times see- So to 2 75 George Montgomery and wife are here palmettoes complete the tropical aspect iron business with David Sainton of common co ory trash and gives promise of a good time to to jump from a spring wagon when he i -s s No man wle r of free coin- - shs in their dry goods store Almost anything from a live alligator Cincinnati They also lived atStabeat M RICHMOND KV on a visit from Illinois K ory irasn 3 50 to J 00 those who w ish to worship God in His missed his footing and fell on to any kind of tropical fruit can be seen ville and Portsmouth ami silver at the ratio Mr rant Evans and wife of Boone Four years ago Common Lugs not colory 1 r0 o breaking his thigh bone near the hip tirst temples 0 Mr II ft Morgans brother is here on the grove The mana- Â¬ Common ohry lugs to has a right to say he is a himet in the shops ville who have been visiting the latters ger the family moved to this city 4o to has built a good sized auditorium joint jjrs uales of Richmond Hurst a visit from Stafford England pu oi lUgS 5 50 to of 10th at that ratio parents Mr and Mrs J H Boggs talist n The best known hotels are the St Mr W J Lauipton arrived from Wash left well covered with boards and a seating of Kingston and Cornelius of Berea re- Â¬ Medium to Good Leaf FOR Miss A mill Heacock of Lexington is James 2 00 7 0 to is a muehof an iruKisiliilityastiie grow ihi guests the Everett stM vesterday for home via Jackson Beattv- - capacity of 1000 the ington last Thurslav to BMSMl the sum Good to rine Leaf 12 00 to people The music is duced the fracture 00 visiting the family of Judge Goodloe of au orange and a potato in the same ville etc Windsor 400 the Olenada a first class mer and was present at the time of his Select Wrappers furnished by a splendid choir with organ 5 00 to S Oo Observer hill or on t fie same tree Just as the o There was a big picnic on the Hugh family hotel and some twenty or thirty mothers death nVMeft Campbell of Wheeling cornet and violin and the Richmond peo would drive the orange out of the M est a Mason place near Masons mill Saturothers of less pretentions Decased was at the time of her death a THOUSANDS FOR EDUCATION who IRVIXE hill or the orange would shove the po witn Prof andsiient several months iiere ple rentier valuable assistance Rev H day Jacksonville has daily papers Btreet member of the Ireshvterian church hut Mrs Hagerman some V Moore of Paris a graduate of Yan Although a new correspondent I am ll the tree so would cheap silver car lines throughout the city gas elec- in early life had been a member of Miss Kussell D Campbell of Richago will be married in Denver derbilt University the A Saiiiraneisco telegram says Nashville Tenn quite well aware that the Richmond peodrive gold coin out of circulation next week preached Sunday morning and afternoon ple are all so familiar with the pictur- mond is the pleasant visitor of Miss tric lights water works supplied from Christian church ami requested that Charles S Kishop first Vice resident artesian wells flowing SfiOOjOOO gallons Kid J W Harding should conduct the Anna Belle Harber of Richmond to a large and very attentive crowd and esque scenery the charms of a moonlight Carrie Maupin of the Hank of California in this THE SAME SOKT If AN I NMIKTI NATE CCRES GUAJJtAJtTl per day 9 banks churches of all denomi- funeral services The burial took citv was in the city yesterday the gu The colored folks are preparing to build elicited much praise He is a young boat ride in the mountains a drive to place ntributed 180000 10 schools ami For full particulars nations a fine opera house and fine from the family residence Tuesday at 10 ad Miss Sadie Hart while en route home minister of great promise Everything Horse Shoe Bend that I will not occupy a church near Berea on the Berea and A Richmond man once said to a friend societies in the Hawaiian Islands The wharves D is the vestibule to The oclock a m She was a most trom a visit to the Misses Milam in isteing uone tor the comfort of guests space with a review of this but will Paint Lick turn pike amiable money is to be used to tell a giod joke but you always T B STEPHENS nro promote the in Land of Flowers and bright woman and her death A Crackkk Maysville and the spring sulphur water is abundant ceed without ceremony to give you Mr Jno D Harris had a lot of his Paris News Mar terests of a number ot institutions sus spoil it in trying to explain it a an irreparhle void in the family circle Preparations are being made for a little of the gossip of Irvine politically cattle to get in his corn field and as a re- Â¬ Mr M Bright of Kichmoud tained hy the late Mrs Bishop in haw a Hardin is precisely like the Rich- Â¬ VV Tile COLORED MAX A FAILURE Winchester San Presi hen a person is and wast- sult five of them are dead life time mond unfortunate Had he closed his dent of the Three Forks Investment special train frwm Winchester and Liv- Â¬ socially and otherwise AS A COLONIST lrK way there is cause for alarm ingston next Sunday and large crowds is in the city this week lookjaw on the financial question as he ut Comian Tiie Ih Hon John I Goodloe of your county Geo D White and family Mr Harry of J C Wilmenling inn so worries a Not one complaint han ever been made will no doubt be here Come down Mr addressed tered the a large gathering of the citizens Morgan and family and Mr Jack Twigg amounting to 400000 to the miversilv live would never sentence he would ing alter the interest of that Company Owing to the division of lahor man in by those using Ayera SarsaparilTa die f thev could regam Editor bring your friends and enjoy the of Estill at Â¬ accordBeatty ville Enterprise have done admirably the court house last Mon- moved out to Mallory again H alnoruia will he turned over to the their usual weigh In a l h civilized countries is hecoming a verv ing o direcions Furthermore we have Prof Whittv Waldrop passed through music good socity and plenty of water day it being county court day Yes I stand on the platform stand Rev H L McMurry closed his meet- Â¬ helpless heing and seems rrW U S fOF tle pUrpf He did COU ralio utterly incapa- yet to learn of a case in which it has failed TUTe no Chip on it w ith both feet and in the name of here last week going to his home at not enter into a full discussion of the ing at the Pevtou School v a si m teH f House Thurs- ble of founding colonies in new coun Â¬ 10 anord beneht So sav hundreds of The cause of th campaign promising to do so at a later day night with 15 conversions true Democracy and a common country Kirksville Madison county from Owen tries Hardships which Daniel Boone uruggisis an over the country Ha cur- - trades hy which they cau earn a living of fleah is a failure to properly digest the CCKKK8F0NDKNCB day but confined his remarks to a review call on Buckner and Blackburn Brow n county where he had een visiting hai with their han foo j eaten Nine tenths of all our di Bud Dunn attended the Ixmdon Fair and the men of his day would not have ed others will cure you of his record as Senator in the last Genand Mctreary Rhea and Atherton Ellis parents for several days He is principal with his excellent walking mare and considered hardships cause colouies even date back to some derangement of the eral Assembly CATTLE IX BOYLE and Weitsenger and the IVmocratic of Elliott Institute at Kirksville No thanking the Deonle nf brought back Rudys Pile Suppository lomich The Shaker Dative Cordial three blues on three ex large ones to lapse and fill the world Miss Sue Deatherage is visiting Mrs this press of the Ntata to stand ou it with me man in Kentucky stands higher as a district for their support and in a is guaranteed to cure Piles and will stop this wasting of the body raw waningsover tlieir hard fate The hibits B P Wagers Constipa- Â¬ It Monte Fox ought a load of tat very modest and becoming manner sowith guns shotted lor the common ene- - teacher and as a man than Whittv cattle acts by causing the fixxi we eat to L e di Mr H J Twiggs mother who has negro seems especially a failure as a colo tion or monev refunded 50 cents per from Preston Btirgin Mr Jessie Dykes and family are vis licited the instruction of Waldrop nor is any man more pr at this county in 475 They gested so a to do good Send two stamps for circular nis Colonies of thm in Liberia and box and iting Mr Btnton sive the coming contest He boldly avowed been here on a visit for the last three in Corinth Independent KM 1410 pounds He also shipped Mexico are founded with everv ad Â¬ Free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered months returned to her home in England iKANI As A PKUPHET this week a load of cuttle that he Ixmght his position as a Gold Standard advo Miss Myra Creed of Richmond is vis Every mother hates to make her child vantage which can Ire secured in such r harmaciit Lancaster Pa No postals Tkf LimprrsMoBal Derby some time ago from Polk V iting Miss Florence Lykins cate ana his preference for Hon James last week ren take Castor Oil Laxol is sweet Answered places hut the colonists no soon For sale by all first clas Hon Jas ft M Crearys peremptory As the years roll by the fact becomes B McCreary for United States Your correspondent has been informed nveents They average lV tjr Oil Senator Miss Gormley was the guest of Miss there than thev show a lack of stamina druggists everywhere and in Berea Kv aaore anil more apparent that Oen tnce that he will not stand for re He was followed by the Hon James W that our well kuown Rev ft Helm will nr- y tW are a great many fat and start hark A coionv in Mexico by S E Welch Jr -- A B1GCATTLI it was a prophet Yon can always election even if he fails in his aspiration Fannie Jones last week MERY Lilly of Clay City a competitor for Sena- Â¬ preach Friday Saturday and Sunday at came in tins county still unsold started hack to the Doited Btatoa The meeting at the BanfiRt ebnr f depend upon the Democrats to do some to succeed Snator J C ft Blackburn in torial honors Judge Lilly particularly the Slate Lick Chap Meeting ville Advocatei It Sterling Th State of Ohio Cit of T who went to Liberia in March the United Slates Senate has set con closed last Saturday night damned fool thing at the right time uorn u urn ciauus upon the fact that Estill There will be an ice cream supper at some have W II Lucas County returned Haron llirsch has greasional bees to buzzing in many an These were his words and true oaee Miss Bailey of Mercer county is Powell nor Lee counties had been hon the chael Thursday night for the bene- Â¬ had to cease three ear loads Frank J Ch nev make oath rhat he Awarded sending Jews to lle Argen- Â¬ it Highest painfully true Iok at the Democrats ambitious bonnet in this the Eighth the guest of Miss Pearl Deatherage ored heretofore with this position fit of the church Everybody is in the senoir partner of th firm Honors Worlds Fair have been shipped tine Republic althomh of F J r of Kentucky They nominated a free- - congressional district says a Harro whereas Madison county had held it for vited to come and biiug his or her Judge J M Benton and wife of Win- Â¬ li cents Which could be done for them was dona Cheney Co m he qjJ silver candiilate on a sound money plat Â¬ correspondent of the Cincinnati En- Â¬ a quarter of a century more or less er visited W in Benton last week A fist and skull fight between some II the men of the T The aforesaid sixteenth century had form The free silver candidate accepted quirer Misses Mamie Wagers and Annie Wil- county will at an early date meet and white and black boys oecured at a negro been so helpless ielphia the Indians would still and that said firm wll f n ot the hybred nomination Now instead Hon JereT Sullivan of Madison name its choice lor both the Senate and festival is son of Wagersville One Hundred Dollars for each one night last week in Scacy own this contiie are visiting Mrs and lVerv o that he stood on the platform oliei mentioned as a possible successor Recorder case the lxwer House A Bie Sign Jas Cosby town but resulted in nothing more than of catairh j by y voter is supposed to under of McCreary and should he enter the ELKHORN BAFT The Teachers Institute of this county one or two knock downs the use of Hai Mr HATIOH Catarrh Cure eonard Quince and family of tand and there atop he proceeded to field he would be a formidable antagonist on the Shirley III visited Mr and Mrs C L was in session last week It was con FRANK Two pretty girl from this neighlior- CHENEY free iver speeches He inay for any man This body closed a throe days set ducted hy Mr Uiouard Wesr rn to heii 1 rlfnlW Searcv last week IVi Jllt tun have occasion several times within the ren anu came with the The most prominent among the probr tendent Mareunt and the teachers back with two Stamping Ground d iv Miss Lucy Adams of Meadow Brook pretty little caps which next three ukii ill to mind not hie laudilaussisHoo Chas H Kodes church on Tunrsdav The occasion waa A D generally deserve credit for the diligence they say their ie and rr was the charming guest of her aunt sweethearts gave them one M oojy irant bat Jim Jewell le county who is the present Col nd progress they have evidently interest and profit made When yon see the caps you wili then Mrs Lucy Bonny last week lector of Internal Revenue for this dis Dr K H Black who had during the past year in the cause of edu know who are ao feet loaa WHICH OF THKSK TWO served Notai they are Public tricL He has been from first to last a Miss Eva Ayers oi College Hill and cation They gave Moderator for sixtt eh years declined n the an open session Wed Hall- Catarrh C ure is Our corn crop is now out of danger of K stanch supporter of President Clevelend Miss Nannie Ayers of Winchester taken re nesday night ciDuuuu ana rrotessor J J I The exercises were yon have free trade and free u rnetK uircony on the blc He was a delegate to visiting the family of M Lackey literary and musical in which they were a drouth and no such a yield has ever waseiiiseii in his stead Mr Frank P represented by Gen Hardin beeo seen iu this section Mr Jno W surface of the sy stem ate Convention which met in Louis- hMiss Mattie Covmaton had assisted by some of Irvines local talent i was metnory Thia U and sound money as repreaen- Ballew who claims I MOST PERFECT MADE motxali free u ISM and zealoualy opposed the guests last week Misses Lanejif Nellie A verv pleasant progressive pular ravo r Dr Prices Cream Baking euchre in the neighbor Grape Cream of Tai O Pr HEMDRICK For Secretary of State WJ r - Hardin read from a manuscript in his opening speech at Louisville a thing he was never before known to do He called on McCreary Huckner Hlack burn Brown and the Democratic news liajwrs to stand with him on the plat form That part of his sech was evi dently written before the Brown Gordon tragedy that caused Gov Brown to withdraw from the race lor United States Senator and should have Ireen omitted en Hardin also accused Bradley of be- Â¬ ing afraid to express himselt for or against a gold standard when every oter in Kentucky has known f r weeks how Bradley stood on that oint That part of tien Hardins speech ought to have been revised as it too must have l een written early in the action and liefore Col Bradlev had talked any Col Bradley isnt any ancient corpse carried around as a specimen of the mummies lound in the catacomlis of Egypt but the livest shrewdest sort of Hilitician ami Ceil Har in must rub off the rust wipe oh the dust clear his throat ojien his eyes bring his wits alout him and say something and sav it right Â¬ Â¬ nomination Another congressional possibility from Boyle is County Attorney Robert Harding a distant relative of Gen P Watt Hardin the IVmocratic nominee for overnor of Kentucky He has accepta bly filled the office of County Attorney for many years and has many friends who would be glad to see him called up higher Should he liecome a candidate he would have the support of General Hardins friends since he has the credit of carrying his county for the General at the recent convention Mercer county has no less than three sons who would like tosupplant Congressman McCreary The first of these is Hon W W Stephenson who now rep resents the counties of Mercer Anderson and Franklin in the State Senate He has served eight consecutive years in the legislature Senator Stephenson is an enthusiastic advocate of sound money and in this respect differs w idely from Hon T C Bell of Mercer county who is also mentioned as a candidate Cap tain Bell iavors the free and unlimited coinage of silver He was Assistant United States District Attorney for Kentucky during Clevelands first term and is one of the most careful successful and best equipped lawyers in the State Another son that Mener would 10 light to honor is Judge John W Hnghes who was for eight years her County Judge Judge Hughes has a wide ac- Â¬ quaintance among the people and among the politicians of the State-- and would not only make a strong candidate but a most excellent Congressman Lincoln county has a very eligible aspirant for congressional honors in the person of Judge M C Saurley who is now Circuit Judge of the district embracing Boyle Mercer Lincoln and Garrard counties In the discharge of his duties ne nag given universal satisfaction and has gained the reputation of being an upright fearless and conscientious ofÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bloomington and Nettie Cox of Colyer Rev 1 G Combs the evangelist for the Christian churches of Madison Estill and Lee is conducting a protracted meeting at Flat Woods Rev T P Dudley formerly of this place now a missionary in India will be married Septemlrer 4th to Miss Minna Frazier also a missionary of India from Â¬ Scotland The Middleeboroiigh district conference which was in session last week at College Hill completed its work and ad journed Sunday night The services were well attended and much good was the result of the conference The administrator sale of the property of Col Wm Harris deaceased oecured last Friday A good crowd in attendance and prices fair Cattle 4 cts per lb cows to tM hogs 5 cts ier lb mules 25 to horses M to 2 Household and kitchen furniture sold well Mr Zack Bush auctioneer 1 1 ttt Delayed RIG BILL good people Weather hot and dry Some corn in- juring for want of rain Big Hill is being boomed by several road hands trying to make a good road A protracted meeting begins this week at Pilot Knob by Rev Creekniore and others Berea Fair ended with more satisfaction than expected by some people Large crowd Saturday Died at Wm Cates Aug 18 wife of George Cates of consumption She had just returned from Illinois M D Settle Son will close business at this place for change of location for different reason He will leave several A P Settle while returning home from a visit to see his best gir Sunday night was thrown from a mjle and bruised Â¬ party was given bv Mrs Thomas Williams in honor of her sister Miss Clark of Louisville one night last week Mrs Harry Shepherd won the first prize and her husband determined that he would not 1 outdone as a prize winner by the female jvortion of his household carried off the booby prize Miss May me Hume gave a very pleas- Â¬ ant birthday dinner partv to a few of her lady friends on Thursday last Misses Helen Wagers and Cora Hinds left here Wednesday to attend the Fair at Winchester Miss Hallie Tudor has returned from a visit to relatives at Ford Miss Bessie Riddell is visiting friends at Mt Sterling Col J B White and Mr V L Vaughn have gone to Powell county to confer with the Democratic Committee of that county about matters political Col Harry Shepherd of Chicago who has been spending the summer here has proven himself a veritable Isaac Walton and indeed with Capt Elihu Sparks lias won even greater laurels He suc ceeded last night in drawing ashore an eel that measured seven teet four and threc ipuarter inches The bora say that eels are not the only sleek things that entice Harry and that he can draw other things than an eel The event of the season will be the rendition ol Mary Andersons favorite play Pygmalion and Galatea by a carefully selected coterie of Irvines dramatic talent They have been coached for the last several weeks by Mrs H W Shepherd of Boston Her familiarity with work of this character her remarkable elocutionary ability and her supervision of the play is in itself a guarantee of the eminent success that will attend the production of the play It will be present- Â¬ ed about the tfitfa proximo and the proceeds will be applied towards the com- Â¬ pletion of the new Christian church at this place Invitations have already lieen received for them to visit some of our neighboring towns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ have grown out so long in one of his retary vice ft W Seely deceased who fields that they have blockaded the road served continuously in that position for running by it We like to endorse for twenty yearn Mr Ballew hut we must reflect a little u iiitnrv Tiio uriion a QB nrndilii il before doing so in this case by Dr A C Davidson of Georgetown College IANOlA Among the visiting ministers were Jas Kelly Ford visited his parents Rev J Wm Jones of Charlottsville Va Rev C E Nash assistant editor of the Mr and Mrs ft ft Kelly last week Manford Winkler aged IS years son Baptist Standard Rev Creels of Winchester Rev Clark Riley of Owen counof Willis Winkler died of flux Friday Sylvester Farthing aged S years son ty Rev W B Thresher of Beattyvilie Rev Williams Bowling ireen of Marion Farthing died of flux Moni I RICHMOND STEAM ttt LHUNDRYI PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES Â¬ Â¬ as weli its any Work done promptly and other Laundry Country in the Â¬ day morning iiilh J Thos Wagers Kings Citv Mo and his sister Mrs Armiida rider Middle town O who have been visiting relatives iu Estill returned to their homes Monday Their father was Simpson Wagers Jack Carr grandson of Wm Carr was cut in the arm near the shoulder Saturday with a pocket knife making a severe Hesh wound bv a son of K Elliott The bovs are fourteen or fifteen years of age Mrs Pauline Covington died Saturday at the age of NO vears ii months and days Buried in Red Hill cemetery Sun day afternoon after an impressive service by Elder D i Combs Obituary next Â¬ Â¬ week KIKKSVII ttt K P ft IK ttt Â¬ The Baptist Association began Tues day at Gilead church Miss Iva Hill of M Creary has been visiting Miss Lula Prewitt Mis Iottie Farris left Tuesday for Midway where she win attend school Dr D L Fry and Mr P M Smyie made a Hying trip to Cincinnati Saturday Master Henry Burnside of Garrard county baakeea visiting his uncle Ir H K Middleton The meeting at the Baptist church closed Saturday The protracted scries at the Christian church dosed Sunday night Sunday morning a surprise waa created bv the unconditional and mime diate resignation of the pastor R i Frank Sunday night then was a busi ness meeting when the old organization disbanded and a new one formed Every member of the old church was turned out and given an opportunity to join the new organization About seventy per sons joined themselves together and went their way rejoicing in the straight and narrow path which leads to God I dont know where the others will go but from the preachers statement it is BOt a very pleasant place Â¬ Â¬ Sermons were preached during the meeting by Revs J N Jones Howard Jones Creels and Boyet The reports from the different churches showed them up to lie in a prosperous condition It was intended that the meeting should celebrate the 100th anniversary i round of the Stamping church and Rev ft A Aldeimann pastor the Provi dence church had been selected to deliver the centennial sermon but on ac count of illness he was unable to be present The next meeting of the Association will be held with East lliekman church Fayette county During the session of the Association the people of Stamping round and vicinity dispensed a generous hospitality ieorgetow Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 me mmm Taucn wmwt sagsai jar jj PRICES NO HIGHER Slaid ly Home People and tliey will st V ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE V I i SWEET CAPORAL and by you I U I IS CIGARETTE Hat too th Test of Time II OUT OF TOWN WORK S MORC SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED olt L I V SOLICITED 11 CONFLUENCE OF COLORED MKKS FAR- - Pursuant to the invitation extended by Prof J ft Hathaway of the Agricultural Department of the State Normal School a large number of colored farm ers and gardeners from different parts of the State met to day in the chapel on Norman Hill Prof Hathaway stated the object of the meeting as being in the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is closed I have disposed of all mv unsalable goods at a sacrifice and have gotten used tosellinu good at low prices and hive MOM line biriams leir ar now on will be able to show my customers the verv Litest noelties m tne yim line that will be sold for less than thev can be bought in anv market Come an lor wmrself P ARMS 1 DPARMERS AUCTION The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish Letter Writers Â¬ STATONER MH Â¬ Â¬ 11 BROWN Â¬ 1 Â¬ attmTTTTffl -- rflr LIGHTNING HOT DROPS -mm Â¬ 1 ttt feoal Â¬ llllllHIJP lllillllllllil iniiir 1 k fee TABLERSpIf Atri Â¬ 1 ilk U OINTMENT tr P On Â¬ - Â¬ ttt PUBLIC SALE 1i 34 House and Lot 1 in-e Â¬ Â¬ Press-Transcri- pt i I Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ im ttt Â¬ Â¬ WATT REMEDY rt 1 1 Â¬ vji Positive Cure 1 Â¬ 1 1 ttt Liquor Morphine Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Cocaine Tobacco Habits Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ hinS Â¬ Â¬ rx ai Â¬ DR Â¬ Srr Â¬ I 1 ih Mm CREAM BAKING - POWDER - Worafa Pair raj Made aad Hfaeaee Powder isrsoid h tar Powder Fre from Ammonia A her durterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD imc it THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY i - Beattvville ed to his di A Chicago lispertinR Manors Canal dispatch of Wednesday Ssit Brought by Madison Joantv Against Ex foiiaty Clerk has W TadorKAMBOM lick Monday after spendiiiu several days in our city The Bishop delivered three addresses while here vera deaths at Panola see iti two at the court house and one in Procunip meeting in progress at lnte tor and the large and attentive audience that greeted him each time showed how thoroughly his sermons were enjoyed v ath of items from Irvine Beattvville Knterprise vk which see Ali -- The Berea telephone in coming tlii Blue Lick items -- f li e cream mipper at Whites station v items from that place Wm arc-i putting out our gardens Florida correspondent t TllSS P Iuilley Jr now lie married soon Ha Waco A Biggerstatl items r BfB- Jacob Hackett undertakers Where are they The Paris Keutuck Robert Ixuig tiried seventeen jx rams tliiv I IJiiiifl Soft IUre P Ling ian sjis month Harvey MIowell formerly of Kieh With aid of blood hounds the two S F Harber s T Cobbs Adm T J I M in sea-- monil ainlassistam editor of Hie Climax urt highwaymen who robbed W i Will- J P Emorys Aduirs s Curtis s and Dfts this by giving it a fair trial Insist upon K umBurnaui but for severii years a resident oi rincin iams store ami the Post office at J no B Parkea lone Hoods and only Hoods f 1 six for 5 nati tppointed Secretary to the rail Wednesday T T Covington have been captured Governance Inspector of Public fiuild- ell Cox harmoniously One of them says his name is Thomas C K the announcement of John A Pills art Sarsaparilla with 2tc Hooda Colyer His datiea will call him to various Case of Augusta Ky and the other re A W Creekmore atididate for CouncUuian he f the Tinted States Nobody on Mm llarlmassieiiinj fuses to give his name They secured A J McGnire far the place earth would more enjoy such a position Klsewhere in to days issue will be 80 in stamps and money from the safe A RGibfac V squire Atmer Aug 54 and e will keep the office inexact order rt rrnta found the announcement of Miss C ot Williams who is also Postmaster and Anderson lakes V if Silver Creek P Prewilt to Um Indies bear the date in mind Hartinan W ncheslrr after they had robbed him they made uirt H Gabbard f Richmond aud iall on her WGibba JA Ramsey auctioneer reports him treat to cigars They were white Bryant Holeman Miss Allie Francis died Saturday alniit 300 cattle on the market which men but had their faces blackened New Physiiiaa w v -vVwwWsw ww wvW w CTalbott aud was buried in the They gave as their reason for robbing W W t ijuite as brisk as heretofore 011 Ir John Williams of Knoxville HUflBl isle Ceuii tery Sunday Tenn has located at Red House for the account of tlie drv weather None were Williams that they thought he was the J W Bales He brings practice ot his profession strietlv choice Light steers MS to HH same man who kept store there last Win Irvine White ir Kirksville news this week year and who they claim mistreated his wife with him having recently marounds brought ij to ver something unusual AllSTKMl Of 1KTITION J Comes well recommended pound fat heifers 2 to cents lough them the Christian church Plaintiff says that on the 4th dav of ried cuts All the kept offerK C Rates As Mr Berry Sees It September 1803 the Hon John C Chen-Doner the tombist isdressing avari- - ings sold mm Lexington Fair SI the round trip anlt the duly elected commissioned A Covington dispatch has this to sav irom the quarry the round trip and then presiding Judge ot said Paris Fair from a prominent gentleman well know After the Iroa Weeds v for the Atlanta Exposition Louisville races S41j the round trip oounty appointed as is by law iu such Win Arnold has ten men with hoes here AiThAVE what yon have long wanted for yonr boy B 0 E Fall and Winter Snits It - uire W illis is no dead heat but he Blade and provided the defendant 180 the round Cincinnati tomorrow Congressman Berry sat in that big cutting tiie iron weeds on his eight hun I 11 max with a red beet wide hall this morning and said he was Charles W Tudor to fill the vacancy in trio We have just is a little early bat come now while we have a large selection ml size is a dead leater dred acre farm adjoining Richmonds sorry for Low rates everywhere else the trouble that existed in the said office of County Clerk occasioned by limits on the west side He h id session over all the ground lefore winter Soon Ieuiocratic ranks in Kentucky and he the death of the said Hill and to serve placed on sale the greatest values ever offered in Boys Two Piece Suits Some- Â¬ tie bund re Use Zarings Patent Hour It is the out the said unexpired term and that best thats made Creek Association is h Ming the seed will le ripe ami then he will feared it was too late to remedy it thing new a long felt want supplied t church near Bound Hill this For years he said he and Haidin had the said Charles W Tudor in pursuance have the weeds burned to destroy the With Washington and Lee if said apHintnient took the oath re I the digging does uot neeii friends and he admired him as a The August number of the American ergons went from Kicb materially injure the grass as the hoes friend and a fellow Iomocrat in the qaired by law to lie taken in such cases University Magazine contains a sketch of as appears of record in the said Clerks most pleasant form but tie believed Harn to Parks Hill ctinp are made to order for the purpose Washington and iee Iniversity formarSJ din had made a great political mistake office of the said Madison county court erly of this city Dr Howe is now a were joined by four and that be as principal aud the remainrulargiag It was generally undeistood that the isand others member of the Iniversity faculty The White iV Bush have found it necessary platform was lor sound money and Har- ing defendants herein as sureties did ex article is very handsomely illustrated Wo With Patent Elastic Waist Bands and Stay There Buttons These Suits are fidin Jim Mar- ecute ft bond to and did covenant and to enlarge their opera house An addidin knew it He should have decline i at l mcaster last week an and is an appreciative historical review tion of eight feet is Wing made to the to run at that time As it is he has agree with the Commonwealth of Ken the reach of all High prices gone to come no more Just think ot rv in the ueiiitentiarv- an all of one of the foremost Southern institu- Â¬ mixed up the jmlicies of State and tucky that the said Charles W Tudor as rhirn will enlarge the eed tions of learning Courier Journal iilcreaM-the wool double seat and knee suit for S3 350 S4 S450 and 5 These snits are size of the dressing rooms jeopardized Demociatic success iu the Clerk of the said County Court Bade Ir Howe was formerly with Central A rani asking a and make the windows thereto more State the said appointment would faithfully University and is a most valuable acquiwithout doubt the best values ever offered in this city We the Fair j the only merchants Mr Barry is not enthusiastic over the discharge all and every duty of said office spaeious Ventilators are to be put in sition to Washington and Lea Ml week by The CuKAX bll iling of the main loom outlook for the State ticket but is confi tor the said unexpired term and would here who handle them and it is to your interest to see thfem Sizes from three know whos who we A PaBinnlet on Kant ism The Country Cousin soon due here dent that the cyMature will remain pay over in due time to the proper perKov John ii Fee of Berea baa issued will be followed by the Merchant of VenHeinocratic but that Blackburn will not son anv money received bv hiui as Clerk f years old and up We will save you money of said court another booklet on baptism It consists win McCreary being the preference s is a Candida iincil- - ice m Thejj follows the lsud the principal of twelve pages and the first edition lie thinks Blackburn is a mighty nice ihe a tion ff the Itemo Dikes ami Biking fellow sxK ially and a shrewd politician clause of which is do hereby covenant uumliering BOO has net been turned out and it elected promic Itimore telegram Owing to the but twenty six yeais in Washington and agree with the Commonwealth of by The Climax job office and lower all low price of horses incident to the gen- ought to induce him to Mr Fees argument are stronger than take I rest Kentucky that the said Charles W Tueral us- of bicycles and electric cwer Asked if Hardin is He regards pulled oil if he dor wiil faithfully discharge all and those of his former works It N I A B is selling tickets to hipnients of eingmade would accept place lerry did no ecry duty of said office and pay over iu immersion only as baptism and says the from here to Kutopean markets and return at one and The care to make a positive statement I but due time to the proper person any mon- Â¬ that as no one denies that immersion is Kun LonieviUe has made five shipments t Line ey received by him as Clerk baptism and as many deny that anv he probably would Ti for return Antwerp and Havre The steamship Then follows the County Judges cerÂ¬ other foi m is all ought to unite on imHe savs if there is any tangle in the t 1Mb IS line savs this promises to coiuensate LeaiahUare mersion and be certain of what thev are tificate and the petition continues Carlisle will surely be a candoing Mr Fee has lost none of his force The said Charles W Tudor ft B announce a rate of them for the falling oil cattle exports didate and will be rtortrjd The K N to the foreign exclusion of Amerientered apae the duties of the said office and perspicuity bv advancing years inltripto Louisville during Hi Last Sirecli fSJrTi can cattle on the ith dav of September 18M and Tieki ncauiptneut Priil rirtrd Meeting On Monday next county court day in continued to hold said office and to re- Â¬ frrUrsi lltli inclusive roo Editor Climax A protracted meeting Climax Extra Versailles Got Thomas Porter will dose ceive the emoluments and perquisites m has been going on for some time at this in IKSI To morrow the CuataX will lie a long career of political and legal ieech- - therefrom until the election ofhissuc- j place so far 18 additions to the church as an extra containing the report of tin making with an eulogy and ooitiian- on tier one of the pi a-John F White and his qualifica- r in i lofte loinoi row n ii arjfyyyyvgqrygwrv i win K i a mighty good uio- - Mm i of the city of Richoeiu man is an financial condition his old lriend and leader Hon Thomas tion on the 7th day of Janaary 1886 i - a candidate for re election iracteu meeting at iroviuence cnurcn mond from January 1st 1801 to July 1st K Marshall a native of and the most Then follows a lei ital of the duties of a n i R TI ii nullum liic I1IM rtf aurvw Harpers horses will run from much new and interesting brilliant man ever liorn in Woodford iiui SMjrii Clerk also the declaration that certain will lie 10 a m and p m N11111I inject to the action of the matter in all 36 columns 10V Porter is probably more intimately monies were collected and not paid over lMk well to the dedication of Drown- - eJJ3 IffifrlbVi new ads and no old ones A good time acquainted with the life and character of ty to wit ing Creek church at Panola which Willi t yoarada for the season i The Tom Marshall than any man now living test solu- That at the May term ISM of the be the 8th of September Everybody m vx has the largest circulation of any ami from a long and intimate intercourse Madison Fiscal Court the said Tudor invited iur ljuesti ii Dinner on the grounds paper in the county and among people with his late friend at the bar ami in ne taked the made a report to said court showing that NEW ADVERTISEMENTS firrIfirSR J W 11 Ban bb NEW ADVERTISEMENTS who have moiiey to pay for what they social life is prepare to give a living be had CoUeCted taxes on whisky for the wltat - all this li to Drip Rock Aug Slat 1866 111 v picture of the man as he was known to Klji onntv up to the said term to the r replied the Zaring wants to buy your wheat ntemporaries OoT Iitei o oar amount of 122742 and that the county hied in tiarrartl this will lie the last time he will ever ap- Â¬ owed him commission and fees in the See him get that one In the eighty seventh year of his age pear in public and he does this in dis sum of 45619 leaving due the county Is Kentucky A Doubtful State -Allien G Herudon passed away at the lai ke presented The Ciim charge of a duty to one he loved as a on said receipts 178756 June 1st 1KI4 The peculiar political conditions that L L a in law Wm A An brother and admired as the BMBl eloquent and that his report made to the said exist in Kentucky have led many pear jtiigj OF THE- on the iMst inst He came to man wit and brilliant man he eve- knew and he Court iu Mav ISM showed that pie to believe that the State is a doubtful FAYETTE CIRCCIT COURT Garrard lroui Madison many and a be all who were eminent in this since the said June ISm he had col one and that the Republicans have a purchased a farm near Laaeaater when Knew Wilguss Executors Pifif re like his firij country in the last half century When leccd taxes on distilled spirits to the chance to carry it this fall For this reavs He spent much of his i ever since nlv is discharged he will amount of S11D904 and that he was enti son there is great interest lioth at home F Ramsey Defendant this side of his bone back and look and tled to com mission and fees to the and abroad in accurate and reliable pol- Â¬ great deal of exercise in the open air withdraw and await in seclusion Bv virtue of a judgment of the Favette silence the summons that shall call him amount of StioO 85 leaving a balance dee itical news from all parts of the State Circuit Couit ot date June 3 iSo and The daraaaod was an ardent and devoted The undersigned will rent at public W tiled to join the great army that has gone before the countv on this settlement of 45819 The Weekly Courier Journal i6 now cov amended jn Igment of date Aug 23 auction to the highest and beat bidder on Lan for tin inembei of the Ciiristaiu church wi in the above styled action of a That by appropriate orders entered of ering tins nelil perfectly ami it is pnr entered Toe Oceanian is the presentation the premises an Record S picture of Tom Marshall to the county record la said court the Madison Fiscal lishing the news without bias or preju on of Woodford to be hung in the Court Court directed the said Tudor to pav to dice A close reader of the Weekly Hied at Kijrhly SATURDAY SEPT 14 95 is A Thursday Sept 19 1895 her 6u4 Hu urnal should lie able to forecast in announced for D Mrs Paulina Covington died near lloii eiu Versailles Lexington Gaaette the Sheriff of Madison county the balon the oclock hour of GOT Porters friends in li iimond ance due said county as shown by set- advance what will be the outcome of the About the hereinafter12 dtscribedm sell the At the hour of u oclock a m the Moin from the Court Itonec Ward Panola on Saturday Aug 34th premses his former home hope he mav live to tlement of May term lsU aud the State election next November In addi- following described property or so much ran Farm in five parcels as follows aged so years Pnried at the old family balance due said county as shown by tion to giving all the political news and thereof ab is necessary to pay the sum of No 1 657 Acres burying ground on Drowning reck Sun make many more speeches Keating Laai settlement of Mav term lSio That he all the news of every kind the Weekly Sl0463i Offer additional indaeemeata to late buvers by inau dav She had been sick two years He Has Not Bern Told The Half W R Klmcketford All that property constituting the brick Being all the land north of Silver Creek afent for Mrs to do so and that he Courier Journal is effering to its sub yard and pint of G D Wilgu decease iruritiinr a BO profil tle By this- is meant all i husband was Milton C Covington K Moran will on Rapt Hth rent a ording to Tattler in the Loaiaville has wholly tailed the 92 acres at Mill Grove for and the Defendants herein severallv scriliers Sii000 in case presents for guesses situated on the Newtown Pike Fayette except three years to be cultivated 130 Profit not want in tiie house must now move of W Q and Jeptha Covington term of Times all that Col Bennet Young found arn of fine Silver Cicek laud brother ex- Â¬ county Ky described as folows You can have the cools only the money wanted acres in corn 210 acres in wheat and and died efore the war She was a sis in the mounds of Madison has not been and jointly are indebted to Plaintiff as to the exact vote and closest to the 3300 tcei estimated drying ra ks anJ grass the first year and 12 or 15 acres of Madison county in the sum of 78756 act vote that will be received bv the and as m inducement profit are cut oil and late buv ter of H R Dillingham Fiihu Coving- made public Tattlei says same 2 stables Italy Jake Republican and Populist all pallets beonging to drying hoiie and tobacco lor which there is barn room on 1st 1SI4 until Democratic with interest from June t the beueiit This is how we do it ton in Mercer county Win and John and office building Â¬ jffl Not only is the new woman here but the place Will break sod for corn or toTube Hackett having sold his interest Covington in Clay county Ifo and Mrs paid and in the sum ot S4sll with in- candidates for Governor of Kentucky chimneys 24 wheelbarroyvs 2 Quaker bacco the second year This tract innow the old woman is putting in some The price of the paper is only one dollar mai hine trucks 11 Chamberss machine cludes the residence and several tenants ierv stable near tiie po totli e to Martha Sri ner Mrs W K Beaton and licks for notice At the forthcoming terest irom June 1st 188a until pail haras 50 liu liels houses Then followsthe closing declaration and a year Sample copies containing full truck- - 3 boa wheelbarrows K P Lenton this county Mnare hei Atlanta Kxp isition the work of the ab N m bai I work bench and vice sand nhams that were of the cash present plan will be mouding Jake will children use country details prayer Chambers bin s iinghams that were 5c 4 hand pressing midlines original women will be placed on exhibi- the No 2 273 Acres a the old stand Whereas The Plaintiff prays for sent free to any address Write to Courier-Jo- brick macnine tables belting etc and tion and the open eyed visitors belong71a urnal a Winclirstir Ky use the Chambers South of Silver Creek and west of the Company Louisville Lexington right to mter tliansijudgment in favor of Madisou countv tSMB ing o this crude raw centurv will have I 38 iron kih doors brick machine buys Ginghams that were 10c Richmond and Lancaster turnpike now Editor John L Roaley of the Winches the pleasure of seeing how these ladies against the Defendants for the sum of N V White of the drv goods firm of Use Zarings Patent flour It is the Quaker brick making machine belting This tract is in good grass for one year 78756 with interest etc and for the best thats made ter un has sold his interest to James 1 steam engine and shafting mo ilds etc B left on Monday for New male pottery wove cloth wore their admirably situated and adapted fer grazing JEl I boiler hot aud cod water pumps heat- Â¬ purposes Ni bivs those beautiful Piques that were wlc Vrk He will buy for spot cash the Adams and Fits road hurst his part jewelrv and bossed their husbands sum of 45619 with interestalletc for the City Dfunirratir Inmarj hleelion lubricating one half barrel of ers etc proper reAnd those beautiful Dimities that were c ners and has retired W T Adams Cynical men will merely remark that cost of this action and for largest finest and beat selected stock of rock c And those beautiful Organdies that were It is ordered by the committee that a oil I Sword brick machine No 3 273 Acres formerly with the Register this place they rind old foes with new faces and lief general and specific ftjjgj Bjrht to Kichinond good 16 grate baskets 2 pairs of crusher And those beautilul Ducks that were l The petition is signed J Tevis Cobb Primary Election lie held in the several pipe tongs 3 picks and I sledge hammer will edit the paper and that is Baying Ant thosj beautiful Crepons that were ic mm that the wise man who wrote way back In blue grass on the East side of the RichLively Stable wards in the citv of Richmond on Mon- Â¬ l mond and Lancaster turnpike and west of 3 coal shovels that it will lie well done- J J Adams in Biblical times that there was nothing attorney foi Plaintiff 4 spade ana 5 shovels jam has late of Richmond The total for which suit is brought is day September i0th lwio between the water tanks 50 hand brick moulds 30 the railroad and Silver Creek for one rly foreman oi The Climax office new under the sun certainly knew what a livery stable at Ford hours of 7 oclock a ui and 4 oclock p kiln doors and frames 220 grate bars Now buys those beautiul French Dimities that were 30c year SUM and theie was never a belter one is fore he was talkin about I engine aud old Quaker brick machine And those beautiful Zephyr Ginghama that were 30 Iyman and Kugene Parrish have man of tlie Sun and Lroadhurst also oi the said primary to be conducted acbrick 2 single boiler house and shed And those beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were 2c It will be remembered that when Col No 4 45 Acres Misi Lloyd Claims Your Attention cording to the law governing primaries sheds 2 double brick stieds plank cover up a livery stable at formerly of The Climax will continue Bennet Young made some excavations in apThe following officers are hereby Loti are live towns onoffice desk chairs and some kilns Fverylssly here hopes the Madison county he discovered an old To the patrons and friends of Madison on the force East of the railroad with nood house all old brass pointed to hold said election Institute foi three ears Mow buys those beautitul Swivel Silks that were oc will continue to school woman arrangement new tirrait aart Also all the right title and interest 01 to be cultvaud arrayed in bloomers and Court house Ward J E Dykes Chas W F Ramsey The duties of making your school Madisou Circuit Court next week prosper defendant to take clay off reclinina near a bicycle from which be worthy of your support iu all depart Jacobs Judges Joe Bush Sheriff M N No 5 10 Acres of the McClelland land adjoining the i presidiug There are four Now bins thosf h autiful Taffeta Silks that were deduced the consoling and valuablecon- Nut the Saaif Liae brick vard of G D Wilgus acquired by and of calling the attention of Driggers clerk d and seventy cases on tlte The mill property known as Morans The teleiihone lines from Pn rea and cluston that the fashion of the new w Iniversity Ward Ed Ballard C T lease to G D Wilgus dated September state to DweUrag k on i criminal iil old eipiity at new Silver Creek to Richmond are not by tin tnau wheel and bifurcated garments parents in other parte of the to build the Fox Judges W L Farley Sheriff C 26th iSj2 which said contract wa6 trans- Mill mill Siin ver C e oondition for houe three good up work we are doing in order Reduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other w Id ordinary ami 40 new ferred to said Ramsey bv I II Shrop- and almost cut in half A great manv suitable lor ea Wilgus deceased yearsame parties The one fioni Uerea is a was as old as the hills aud we were re- the Isiarding department have so far E Smith Clerk shire Executor of G 1 he whole far- - is well fenced and in a wear This is an opportunity that only occurs oci The one from Silver turning to it merely wheeling around in consumed my time that I have not found City Hall Ward Darin1 Powers M H Being the same property mentioned in n w company ol cutivation ally Take advantage of it if you want to save money ol lslill at Urates itoor mortgage ot Ramsey to Shropshire Exe- Â¬ high srite of the Rich Â¬ a circle like a dog trying to catch hold of is simi y in extension ible to do the visiting among Pigg Judges Martin Gentry Sheriff J Reit note- - with good secuTERMS cutor in Mortgage Book 34 page 54- - of rity Col C at I still is in a dving condition mond system he Now buys that Big Towel that we sold atioc be required ViiHii contracts The poles are now np the tip of his tail ptoseut and prospective patrons here at S Kennedy Clerk Countv Court Favette Possibly this interesting Kentucky find will be prepared and execu d alter the st his home out on the Speedwell pike It is ordered that all candidates hand the pike and the line will be read home that 1 would greatly have enjoyed wid be on credits of three months Sale For anv further information in He bruised the inner side of one leg iu a few davs 10 the purchaser being required to execute renting Now buys that All Linen Towel we sold I2S The Silver Creek end will be donated to adorn the State exI have every reason to believe that my their names each accompanied by underrigned at his olfice in 5 approved security thereon quire of the Kv gangrene has set up will be in the OBBOa of W S Hume ft Co hibit at the blow out in Atlanta bond wih nar the knee and efforts to accomplish the purposes re- Â¬ to defrav expenses on or Viefore Saturday bearing inteiest at 6 per cent per annum Kichmood W R Now buys that Towel we sold at jsc 12 oclock His physicians Drs Bales v Poyntr SHACKELFORD Jad rr Lilly Says lie Didnt Do It Any dav that a Richmond man may cab ferred U have been successful that the Sept Hth 1895 at of the city to Charles from day of sale until paid said bonds to bow buvs Onlv a few lett of those Elegant Shirts YV committee II unley Treasurer for enn B Moran et el 13 14 Aet think he cannot live msny hours up the Hume nance he tan have the ex Editor Climax boarding department will be full and the t aoM at hirt Wai- have the force and t fleet of a judgment the Shirr W J B Wilms Chairman a miU tt and to remain n lien upon the property for those Silk Shirt Wi and quisite pleasure oi smelling the end of a 12 25 The las issue of the Kentucky Regis work of the school a creditable improve- F B Crooke Secretary Aftsigaea J R MORTON sold until paid There is not a thing in the dry goods line but wlc 150 the other end of which rests in ter contains an article which pnrpoi work of last year ment upon the wire mc CC Messrs Ed Arh and Steve Walker To Ctaaaat Hie System pric- has been reduced on t Give us a look and see for vour- midst of thirty thousand barrels of be an account of a meeting at Irvine be Â¬ And now I hope that I may safely rely Falconer Falconer Attorneys 7 ro now bus those Mens Suits of Clothing ttiat three of iarrarde most prominent far the yet gently when costive or Hut vol tween Judge Coodloe and myself which epoa your interest in one of the oldest Effectually mightv good red licker 12 io and 11 ave made an assignment to Capt bilious or when the blood is impure or of lick even the Richmond end low buys those Eegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we in jnstiee to all concerned deserves a cor and best institutions in your community Wm Herndon for the benefit of their must not sithj sold tor 1150 1350 and 15 cure habitual the wire- - that would cost you something rection Without going into particulars and in mv endeavors in its behalf to in- Â¬ sluggish to permanently iS creditors Assets will be houi 15 now buys those beautitul Mens Suits that we sold for constipation to awaken the kidneys and IU satisfied with a smell for I am averse to newspaper contro- - cite yon to give Madison Institute your 20 and 1X50 and liabilities HI Lancaster Record liver to a healthy activiti without irrita- Â¬ n Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same mm among Democrats at least I de natroiiaire and vonr cordial svmnathv in He Wtirked in KirhnsBd ting or weakening them to dispel headPursuant to an order of Hie Madison Iliaii Mairrialiie Mis C Ilartman will return Septem win way now bus our Colo deem all that she undertakes j in front oi sire that in contending for what of Fiscal Cojrt entered at the May term ber 8h The old puaip in the well that we sold for 75c 75c now She bus been ia for 50c The Cltizeaa meeting ai Till IWTHONAOE OK ALL WHO 1IAVK aches colds or fevtrs use Svrup to be due the Demm rats of aiy county shirts th tt we sold lor 1895 I desire to receive sealed bids for for the pai t month selecting an irrr ni- iJ5 now buys our tiie court house was taken up yesterday I had no intention of doing injustice STIIUOIS AMUITIOUS DALOHTEKS TO E1U at u rda y naetctt t mill grinds your wheat bet- 8ipidving between three and four thou- stock lor the fail trade Zarings ied Shirt- She will be id for ico war and the well sealed over Ihusni C ir Citv me haye been The price sand bushels ot eo lump coal to be used the ladies of Richmond Wd IVJonsi to the people of Madison or any other CATE AM WHO ARE WILI Ni TO PAV BOO ter than anyone v and relic of early Danvilk was removed county I do not ant to be placed in a THKIKTIITION IS iKNEsTlV SOilHKH not held Tiie Chairman Secretary I SfgJ for countv purposes the county to hie something entire new in trimmed goods cut 0 mmA thitycuwiii not ou hve tried the privilege of taking 2n much as You cannot say that Messrs John Liunev and Abe Barker recognize former prices 5000 and litest Parisian tvits mJ a great eosaeaittee failed to be present Cordially Yours false attitude before the Democrats of wn in - on these will everything for your rheumatism until you bushes ia ihe bid and rejecting any and many novelties not hen t are agreed that the well was dug in As we said last week there onght Lloyd Alice Madison by the mistaken zeal of one who These any millinery store in th Hendieds have all bids if not satisfactory induce vou to buv if have taken Ayers Pills ago and that the dig Ml tifty t be a half doaen cap locrats d best bid will receive the Principal Madison Institute - ure all ca The imagines himself ti ol Jndge huyin c it to close out been cured bv the use of these Pills alone 10 Charlotta a blind ging was i 12 13 c00 hi nJ wih order If the bid is accepted the vard in the hoc ices so thr irm a council Good Thev were admitted on exhibition at the to be delivered at once and the ri nainder prices Ihat cannot be duplicated eyes liad lieen put out man Charlottas This is a r mean everv word of it and ear- I expect to be present at the next Why Sat You as needed Worlds Fair as a standard cathartic Vill Tip tlio Vattrwerks been enaghi direct at Si isk you to give u a look ii by the premature explosion of a meeting of the county court and hope to has just Time tor making these bids will e headquarters and at rock botluin prices Th When thousands ot people are taking We will save you money and give you good gooJs and va but he kept up his work just the A new line of buggies carriages sur m September yth 1895 and the Don rlonitv of addressing vmir Hooda Sarsaparilla to overcome the ot in Rich have Daoviile Advocate baroucjies and wagons just received bids to lie opened and order awarded on ric weaknesr anil languor which ere fco com I can assure will receive its water from the av s at the corner of mom at Tin why Come and see them the h c My stock Of carriage ioodloes ardent frend that inp the this season When are you not do Thev are dandies The pip is bacna JNO K WAGERS you know that Made of the best materia and guaran ame r Main street and Ph avenue at the is the bandsrmest and mo nothing upon my part will Madison County t nk has an au Jailer Hoods Sarsaparilla has power to cure chiin h and one of tuem was Prices lower than ever before tl - luwri rheumatism dyspepsia and all diseases teed on- In I t iialiraltaeiiiiKiit and a bat it tian jsmds SHI IU UIBLU1 J MIC n iiiitr The ti a blind man Richmond Carrisgr Works caused bv impure bloo i why do you conRhiimunuCarkiiGi VS and keeps accurate ace Can el tinue to suffer L Midkiff Proprietor Hol cures others 30 Lightning Hot Drops fully uses whv not vou um What a Funny Name es W Li Wnatt ver may be the cause of blanch awkra a aU r from The ills are promp Very True but it Kilse All Pain r may be restored to its origi Reports showed 00 baking powder - by the use of that potent reme The U nal colowhen Sola Everywhere Every Day th an vention of a tauk so pare or so great la leav show Royal Baking Powder Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder dy Hair RePay ilin Without Relief There is No Buchanan the Senile Judge Lilly of Clav City is a candi date for the State Senate as evidenced hy ids announcement elsewhere in The Climax and also his letter with refeience to the receit speakinir at Irvine He will address the public at the couit house next Monday county court day Indue Lilly would mat- - a creditable Senator You should go and hear him at his claims Â¬ Aiiitaired far The commission appointed by Um retary of War to ascertain what effect if anv the big drainage canal would have uon the great lakes arrived here to day The commission is ooaaexwed of lea IW of IVlroit Gen Basher of Buffalo and Maj Marshall of Chicago They were met by President Frauk Winters of the Prainage Board which accompanied them on a tour of insjKvt ion down the canal FVoin here the commission will goto make measurements on the St Clair river and then to Niagara When the measure nienis have all been taken the commis sion will make its report Mier are the Blood llouuds Hidnt- - the Madison County Court order the purchase of blood hounds IHlTIT COIBT of James K Burnam Judge and for said County and Commonwealth of Ky sueing for the benefit oi Madison county Kv T - Madison County Ky i Plff You want of a medicine is that it shall do you good piirify and enrich your blood throw off that tired feeling and give you health strength courage and ambition What JigraiSfrtlllipJJlJTtLI FsiSIsrSJsrftL- fiaBialfHlBntiJgBI m era fa irrlJrrrlJTrlrSJlrjirrTl etltiou Â¬ Hoods Barsaparilla is the only true blood purifier prominently in the public eye today and it meets these requirements perfectly This is proved by the testimony ot thou Â¬ sands of people Hoods immfmmmmf ffmMiMMMfMfJWIE ffijHWJBfwMfsfrjarJsrSJ mgmmwmwm l - - r3 saml - EaraJ JLizU aslrzi m Lit son County Court Thos Thome T i Perkins s BiggerstafI J W I W Tudor Clerk of the Madi aw H Henlreu I W Irvine W C French v W Anderson J McCotton NaUl Cotton Jr Hamilton Sarsaparilla Builds up the nerves by feeding them on pure blood creates an appetite by toning the digest ive organs overcomes That Tired Feeling by giving vitality to the blood You and gives sweet refreshing sleep may realize that Hoods Sarsaparilla o MJaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaffisaaaaaasaaaal mm Pffll Does Â¬ - Hoods ira BEST ON EARTH WW EP W90ww Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Vni S73 r7tl i i sra KIvinnlUVvw 1 Â¬ Pi SMOTHERS MflTHERSt 11 Â¬ II i Â¬ Double Seat and Knee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m uf Â¬ te 1 Â¬ Â¬ - -- 11 COVINGTON MITCHELL i 1111- 1 Â¬ - Â¬ i- - i sra 3 mL I i THE CLOTHIERS n -- rv -- SilrilJtMlJEi ITfSrIlp mm tt7- 1 1 SgiiJajlJiJilarilti rJWri Commissioners Sale Public Renting H m 0 PROFIT - 1 Â¬ MORAN FARM SALE - 1 a Courier-Jo- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ HJSTRENG per yard per yard THIS ZvIOjSTTH i 1 1 Â¬ i 5c - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 10e per yard Â¬ 1 m - 20e per yard irg Â¬ 5 1 35e per yard 50c per yard 75 Dress Patterns Â¬ 1 s 10c Ijl 20c - Â¬ r rum mis le i -- 0i ealed Bidsjor Coal Coming to Riciiipiid 1 I 1 1 c nuei ear Carpets and Matting 1 m 1 11 h ill a 1 S Govt Â¬ Worlds Fair Tests as the Royal at J SIMM Â¬ I - Hood i superior to all others Awarded Outd Med Midwinter Fair an Francisco cjttlng power THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Cough rare the most prompt and affective reinedj for disea4 s of the tliroat and luns is Ayer Cherry hdmL As an emergenty niedl- for tli rnre of roup Sore Throat Lung Fa t r and Whooping tough AYEfTS Olierrv K cannot be equaled I M I Ieftoral I remark further that we can n this world gel no just idea of the spltndor of Heaven St John tries to describe it He says The twelve gates aee twelve pearls and that the bnutdav - of the wall are garnished with an ner of precious stones As we stmi looking through the telescope of St John we see a blaze of amethyst Awarded Medal at Worlds Fair and pear and emerald and sardonxy AVER S PILLS Cm Urn aa Standi TnwUn and curysoprasus and saphire a fountain of hirht a cataract of color a sea of glass and a citv like the sun lolin bids us look again and we ABOVE THE 8K1ES see thrones thrones of the prophets thrones of the patriarchs thrones of The Surpassing Splendor of Heaven the angels thrones of the Apostles thrones of the martyrs throne of Eloquently Pictnred by Or Talmage lesns throne of God And we turn ronnr to see the glory and it is Ko ities No Sone Xo Health Here Itolow Look Thrones Thrones Thrones to Ike Compared With hone lo the again St John bids us look again Land lTnnd A sermon Paw the and we see the great procession of the lterratesl and fainthearted neil passing Jesus on a white leds the niarch and all the Talmagr s subject Snndav was With inim- - armies of salvation following on white Infinite cavalcade passing has pictured the glor- - horse ij empires pressing into line ind at ructions of the world be- a way to bring joy ages follow ages dispensation tramping on after dispensation Glory in the 1k and to fascinate even if glory Europe Asia Africa ks and ind fferent The rth and South America pressing Eye hath not seen and int iines Islands of the sea shoulder ear heard I to Mioiilder tlenerations before the I am jroing I am going to Hnven flood following generations after the tolleaven Heaven Heaven Ileavin ae were the la- - words nttereii a flood aad as Jesus rises at the head of few iavs ago by m yirecious wife as that great host and waves His sword she assenieil to 1m iid forever in signal of victory all crowns are ell as hris- - lifted and all ensigns flung out and t natural a ghts all cliimes rung and all hallelujahs haiand some cry tilory to God ben llosana to the most In rh and some f which St laispea and some VVorthv is Soo of Ilavid am till all ei Tile it e if r hi c li wm nll mA the Lamb that was slain amatns of endearment and homagethe I aatiqwitr Indeed for uu no mA in the V pabulary of Heaven are ex- Ms sV of the American liaii- i a iety Petersburg Va endorses it as a cure for violent colds bronchitis etc Dr Jirsw aKi adds To all ministers suffering from throat troubles I recommend IkaWlIT opened is nothing but sickness and emaciation Look at that soul stand ing before the throne On earth she was a life long invalid See her step now and hear her voice now Catch if you can one breath of that celestial air Health in all the pulse- - Health of vision health of spirits immortal health No rackinp couirh no sharp pleurisies no consuming fevers no exhausting pains no hospitals of woouiml men Health swinging in the air health flowing in all the streams health blooming on the banks No headaches no side aches no back ache Tha child that died in the agonies of erc up hear her voice now ringing in the iMithem That old man that went bowed down with the in firmities of age see him walk now with the step of an imnxirtal athlete forever young again That night when the needie woman faiited r way in tha garret a wave of the Leav uly air re suscitated her forever lor everlasting years to have neithe- ache nor Eye pain nor weakness nor fativue hath not seen it ear hath not heard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - it- - AYERS Cherry Pectoral C dt i i I 11 - Wsth- - r mns washed by tv ng the commerce of Europe tine nerre of Asia From h r wharves in construction of which ms had been ah- th three banks of oars the navy ail the world Huge handed h as modern invention mac can not eqna n from I ported the ie isthmus and set them The the city went down ire groves that lift h to collect a tariff from all n The mirth of ail peopie sported in her aian raasem mi the beauty of all lands sat in her theaters walked her and threw itself mfssa i altar of her stupendous dissipations nn and statue and temple liewil iere were white into which from I at the side there rushed known for health Around these ba intn wreaths f stone were all the lieauties of sculp arehitectnre while a if to guard the costly dis plav mis a statue of Hercules of bur riuthian brass Vases of lerra cotta adorueo tie cemeteries - M eoatl that Julius d until he had r was i B one Armed ofli paeed up and down to see that no iMr was de- overthrown no aasV Krom h- edgi of the ith it magnificent n n and towers and tcm- vs awa t ing at and a ciiiate s ly impregnable that iSibrall it Amid ngth an inaini e world ot lo rustes that had never seen anything grand that t They liad laul uttered this text ttie liest music that hail come from the Timents in all the tier had heard songs floating morning portieoa and melting in rwaV evet They had passed their n hole lives away among pictures and sculpture and architecture and nth an brass which had been molded and shaped until rtiere was no chariot wheel in which it had not sped am n which it hail no hat it had not Ah it was a hold thing for and there amid all that and All this is nothing These Is that c me from he temple of line are not music compared with f whih I speak These waters hushing in the ba m of lyrene are not pure J nese statues of Bacchus and Mer cury are not exquisite Yon citadel of ithusisnot strong compared which I off r to the poorest flave that puts down his burden at You Corinthians that brazen gate Ic this is a splendid city you think you have heard all sweet sounds and een all beautiful sights but I tell you hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which Ood hath pre- Â¬ pared for them that love Him I see my text sets forth the idea that however exalted our ideas may be of Heaven they come far short of the reality Some wise men have been cal ling how many furlongs long and - is Heaven and they have calcu- Â¬ lated how many inhabitants there are on earth how long the earth will prob-Â¬ ably stand and then they came to this nate That after all the nations have been gathered to Heaven there will be room for each soul a room 16 feet long and H feet wide It would not be large enough for me I am glad to know that no human estimate is sufficient to lake the dimensions Eye hath not seen nor ear heard nor arithmetic calculated I first remark that we can in this wond get no idea of the health of Heaven When you were a child and you went out in the morning how you bounded along the road or street yon had never felt sorrow or sickness Per haps later perhaps in these very summer days yoo felt a glow in your cheek and a spring in your step and an exuberance of spirits and a ciear aees of eye that made yon thank God you were permitted to live The nerves were hari strings and the sun Â¬ light was a doxologv and the rustling leaves were tne rustling of the robes of a great crowd rising up to praise the Lord You thought that you knew what it was to be well but there is no perfect health on earth The diseases of past generations come down to us The air that float now on the earth are nniike those which floated above narged with ira empera The most i Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ upsurge after hrtedJlnd fere comeAmen -- e of Amen Amen 1 1- ji air pare at which thosoexp nence sefore whom the gates have been and tae next day they went to the graveyard and the body down Into the ground ftUi ire little gir enpic e grave and looking down at ir tha amr asovacr saw Js tni earth com- Â¬ h not seen it ear hath not Eve heaid it 1 Skim from the summer wa- I crs the trightest sparkles and you II get idea of the sheen of the erlastiit sea Pile up the splendors of ar1 hrl ities and thev would not mahV a ttoping stone by which you miLiiVtifSFnt to the city of Odd Ev erv house is a palace Every step a Every cover nj of the head triumph Every meal is a bana coronntioi quet Everv stroke from the tower is a wedding hell Everv day is a jubi- Â¬ lee every hour i rapture and every Eye hath not moment an ecsta seen it ear hath nt heard it I remark further we can get no idea on earth of the reu vpns of Heaven If you nave ever been across the sea and met a friend or even an acquaintance in some strange cit you remember how your blood thrib1- and how glad yon were to see him What then will be our joy after we hVf passed the seas of death to peet in sun bright city of the th those from whom we have lon been separated After we have been V way from our friends M or years ai come upon them we see how different ly they look The hair has turned an4 wrinkles have come in their faces and we say How you have changed Bert oh when you stand before the throne all cares gone from the face all marks of sorrow disappar J and fe liner he jny of that blessed land we will say to eai h other in exultation we can not now im- How you have changed agine In world we only meet to part It is iTod by Farewells floating in the air We hear it at the railcar window and at the steamboat wharf Children lisp it and old age answers it Sometimes we say in a waygood bv and sometimes with anguish in which tne soul breaks down iood by Ah that is the word that ends the thanksgiving banquet that is the word that cms in to close the Christmas chant kiod bv good bv Hut not so in Heaven Welcomes in the air welcomes at the gates welcomes at the house of many mansions but no good That group is constantly augmented They are going up from our circles of earth to join it little voices to join the anthem little hands to take hold of it in the great home circle little feet to dance in the eternal glee little crowns to be cast down before the feet of Jesus Our friends are in two groups a group this side of the river and a group on the other side of the river Now there goes one from this to that and another from this to that and soon we will all be gone over How many of your loved ones have already entered upon that blessed place If I should take paper and pencil do you think I cjuld put them all down Ah my friends the waves of Jordan roar so hoarsely we can not hear the joy on the other side where their group is augmented It is graves here and coffins and hearses here A little childs mother had died and they comforted her Thev said Your mother has gone to Heaven dont Oh we have no idea wuat Heaven Heaven is It is the grave here it is darkness here but there is merry making yonder MethinJka wheat a soul arrives some angel takes it around w it the wonders of that blessed place The usher angel says to the newly arrived These are the raartvrs that perished at Piedmont these were torn to pieces at the inquiion this is the throne of the great Jehovah this is Jesus I am going to see Jesus said a dying negro boy I am going to see Jesus and the missionary sain loo are sure you will see him ves that s what I want to go to Heaven Hut said the missionary for sup- Â¬ pose that Jesus should go away from Heaven -- what then I should fol- Â¬ low him said the dying Negro boy Hut if Jesus went down to bell what then The dying boy thought for a moment and then he said Ma sa where Jesus is there can be no hellf Oh to stand in his presence That will be heaven Oh to put our hand in that hand which was wounded for us on the cross to go around amid all the groups of the redeemed and shake 4t with prophets and apostles and martyrs and with our own beloved dear ones That will be the great union we can not imagine it now our loved ones seem so far away When we are in trouble and lonesome they dont seem to come to us on the banks of the Jordan and call across to them but they dont seem to hear We say Is it well with the child Is it well with the loved ones and we listen to hear if any voice comes back over the waters None none fnbelief says They are dead and extinct forever but blessed be God we have a Bible that tells us dif ferent We open it and find that they are neither dead nor extinct that they never were so much alive as now that they are only waiting for our coming and that we shall join them on the other side of the river Oh glorious e can not grasp it pptv rgRlQS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I remark again we can in this world get no idea of the song of Heaven You know there is nothing more in- Â¬ spiring than music In the battle of Waterloo the Highlanders were giv- Â¬ ing way and Wellington found out that the bands of music bad ceased playing He sent a quick dispatch tell- Â¬ ing them to play with utmost spirit a battle march The music started the Higlanders were rallied and they dashed on till the day was won We appreciate the power of secular music but do we appreciate the power of sacred song There is nothing more inspiring to me than a whole congrega-Â¬ tion lifted up on the way of holy melody When we sing some of those dear old psalms and tunes memo- Â¬ all r mse the they W hy some of them ries of the past were cradle songs in our fathers They are all sparkling with house the morning dew of a thousan Chris- Â¬ They were sung by tian Sabbaths brothers and sisters gone now by voices that were aged and broken in the music voices none the less sweet because they did tremble and break When I hear these old songs sung it seems as if all the old country meeting homes joinei in the chorus and Scotch kirk and Sailors Bethel and Western cabins until the whole continent lifts the doxology and the scepters of eternity beat time to the music Away then with your starvling tunes that chill the devotions of the sanctuary and make the people sit silent when Jesus is coming to hosanna But my friends if music on earth is so sweet what will it be in Heaven Tney all know the tune there Me thinks the tune of Heaven will be made up partly from the songs of earth the best parts of all our hymns and tunes going to add to the song of All the best Moses and the Lamb singers of all the ages will join it choirs of white robed children choirs choirs of Apostles of patriarchs Morning stars clapping their cymbals Harpers with their harps Great an- Â¬ thems of God roll on roll on oth- Â¬ er empires joining the harmony till the thrones are full of it and the Anthem shall nations all saved chorus join chorus touch anthem and all the sweet sounds of earth and Heaven be poured into the ear of Christ David of the harp will be there Gabriel of the trumpet will be Germany redeemed will pour there its deep base voice into the song and Africa will add to the music with her matchless voices I wish we could anticipate that song I wish in the closing hymns of the churches to day we might catch an echo that slips from the gates Who knows but that when the Heavenly door opens to day to let some soul through there may come forth the strains of the jubilant voices until we eaten it Oh that as the song drops down from Heaven it might meet half way a song coming up from earth Â¬ Eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath preNo pared for them that love him idea of it Â¬ KENTUCKY Tb Latest New I ofii V NEWJ All OURNAVY AGAINST FREE SLVER SILVER AND PRICES utu wealth ra Cnllmlted Coinage Would Make America Parts of the HARDIS trine ON TOP The Democratic Candidate for Governor Refuses to AbaDlon HI tree liver Doc Â¬ LoiisviiiK Ky Aug 2fi Mr Parker Watkins Hardin democratic nom Â¬ Â¬ inee for governor will be allowed to construe the platform to suit himself He has informed the state central com- Â¬ mittee that he does not propose to give up his conviction at the behest of any caucus of the party His fellow candi- Â¬ dates with one exception indorse his views This is the result of the conference that was called by Chairman Long Saturday afternoon for the purpose of trying to find a common ground uron which both sound money and hard money men could stand No common ground was discovered and a great deal of feeling flashed up at one time or another but in the end the sound money men concluded that there was no remedy for the situation and will quit trying to find one No further attempt will be made to discipline a candidate who persists in running upon a platform of his own FIRE AT A MINE Shaft Hfinse Eneine Room Fn Houe and I ipple Origin Destroyed Of Incendiary The nineteenth day of April is a day rich with historical and signifi Â¬ cant events which are precious in the eves of patriots On this day in 177 at Lexington and Concord was begun the great war of the revolution u Ollara Jury Disagreed this day in Ti just eight years af-Â¬ PCRiiM ton Ky Aug 26 The jurterward the cessation of war and the ors in the Ollara murder trial triumph of independence were for- Â¬ reported that they were unable to mally proclaimed and on this day in agree Five stood for acquittal and 101 the first blood was shed in the de- Â¬ seven for conviction The jury was fense of the Union discharged and the prisoner released on bail A new trial wi take place in CONDENSED NEWS September James OHara killed John Ky Glackin at Williamstown one Gathered From All Parts of the Country year ago by Telegraph BgeW Diggers Elnd Fire from an unknown cause destroy d sixteen buildings in the business BUST Ky Aug 26 While digging portion of Blanchard la the grave for Mrs Elizabeth McNees Swifts comet was observed Friday in their old family burying ground the night by Dr U C Wilson of GoodseH dig gera discovered a lot of human observatory Northfield Minn bones that haxl almost decayed They Oscar Cunningham a young man liv- Â¬ saved a number of arms and skull ing seven miles from Dexter Mo died bones which are now in possession of from the effects of cigarette smoking Undertaker N L Siade They are L G Peters a grocery man was supposed to Indians bones FVld up on the Tazewell pike near Ilmwnril Herself In tl e Kentucky River y noxville and robbed of 76 BPd a pis-Ky Aug S BefteOor- rRANKFoRT neille aged nineteen who came to At Rosedale N Y Sunday twenty Frankfort about three weeks ago five buildings were destroyed by tire from Georgetown committed suicide and a dozen more or less damaged by drowning in the Kentucky river Loss SI -- 5 000 She had told all her friends she was Kev Sam Jones was the star attrac- Â¬ unhappily married but had separated tion at Asbury Park N J Sunday from her husband He preached in the morning and even-Â¬ Co fuit Against ing in Educational hall Frankfort Ky Aug 20 Suit is to George Savage of Cleveland who be tiled here against Mason Hoge Co fell off an excursion train near Elyria for 9V90 for balance due on the con- Â¬ O has disappeared completely No tract for the lease of Eddyville peni- Â¬ trace of his body can be found tentiary Another suit for 4 0 will A dispatch from Shanghai says that be filed against the Frankfort Manuthe latest victims of the anti loreign Co for hire of convict labor feeling are two Spanish priests who facturing in the Frankfort penitenVary have been murdered by a mob at Uo-Senator Lindsays L tter yuhimci Louisviilk Ky Aug 26 Senator Deputy U S Marshal Mehen ar Â¬ Lindsay has written a letter to the rested J A Doak at Parkersburg W democratic state central committee in Va on a charge of counterfeiting His wife was also placed under ar- Â¬ which he says that Hardin is wrong The senator however advises that for rest the partys sake the currency question J W Walker of the firm of Steele Walker the largest general store in be dropped St- - Joseph Mo killed himself at Kan- Â¬ Killed hy a Falling Tree 1 II I Ky sas City No cause is known for the Aug 26 Thos Ill Laham aged 20 years was caught by deed a failing oak which he wascutting and At Maiden Mass Daniel J McLeod a carpenter Sunday afternoon shot his crushed to the ground his body being wife Mary McLeod seriously wound- Â¬ mashed into a pulp He died half an ing her and then instantly killing1 hour later in great agony himself A Sli Foot Rattlesnake The condition of Mr George Au Â¬ EntkriIusk Ky Aug 26 Andergustus Saltus the well known journal- Â¬ son Logan of Grassy Fork killed a ist and author who has been ill at rattlesnake in the tan bark woods Brighton Eng for some time is im- Â¬ measured 6 feet in length and was that over proving 6 inches in diameter It had 32 rattles The trial of Abe Small the Negro and a button who shot Policeman Neves at Savan- Â¬ ut a Man to Iieees nah Ga has resulted in a verdict of MiniMKsiiono Ky Aug 26 guilty of murder The case has at- Â¬ water works Sunday afternoon At the James tracted unusual attention Charles Kemmiek of St Paul once Lvle carved Peter Sullivan to pieces famous as the champion welter weight Lyle escaped but is closely pursued by pugilist of the Northwest died in Den- Â¬ the police and twenty five infuriated ver CoL of consumption aged twenty citizens sentenced for Iloase llreaking five years He had a record of thirty Ky Lawrknckiuro Aug 28 three lights in which he was victori- Â¬ Daniel Elliott was sentenced to two ous years imprisonment in the penitenGerman Inthvraru Meet tiary for house breaking The grand BrcTKUS O Aug 26 The German jury returned fourteen indictments Lutheran League of Northern Ohio and adjoining territory held its annual The Stumbling Block meeting here Sunday A number of The manner in which my father-In-laprominent preachers were in attend- Â¬ treats me said the count is ance shameful ne has allowed my debts Forecast of the W eat her for Moulir to accumulate my monthly remit- Â¬ Washington Aug 26 Kentucky Fair fol Â¬ tances have fallen into arrears he has lowed by shower Drobahlv alttrhtlv inni left me penniless southeasterly winds But said the lawyer that is not Indiana Generally fairer southerly winds Ohio Fair south to southeast winds sufficient ground for divorce I dont want a divorce said the Alt ALL SUFFICIENT REASON count But cant I sue my father-in-lafor damages lias he not violated an implied contract Oh yes replied the lawyer You can prove cruelty and abandonment and non support You see no obstacle then to com Â¬ mencing such an action at once None except that my retainer is payable in advance But the count strode haughtily from the room Life Â¬ 1 w Â¬ Â¬ w Stirois Ky Aug 6 Saturday morning fire was discoveriM in the shaft house of the Tradewater Coal and Coke Cos mines at this place The alarm was given but before sufficient assistance could arrive the tire had gained such headway that the out- Â¬ er buildings were all that were saved The shafthouse engine room and tipple boiler room fanhouse Fallwere all completely destroyed ing brands set the walls of the shaft on fire and three cars loaded witii coal and standing at the tipple were ignited two of which were totally destroyed The probable loss will be abont Si000 Should the shaft walls burn on and cause a cavein the loss wll reach nearly SSJOOOO The fire was beyond a doubt of incendiary origin The mine had lately been leased for a term of three months by J M Cross Co who had just begun to get out coal Tied and Robbed LOaOrrT Ind Aug 26 Wra Lee a farmer liviDg near lirownsville was waylaid by highwaymen Saturday nijht and after being bouud hand and foot with ropes was relieved of 22 cents Mr Lee had been in Liberty and had cashed a check for several hundred dollars in the afternoon and it is supposed the robbers learned of the transaction Both were young men and will probably be captured Tents for the Louisville Encampment Lot isvniK Ky Aug 26 President Sherley of the Citizens G A R committee has just received a telegram from the war department at Washington advising him that his request for tents has been granted and that sufficient number to accommodate 3000 men will be shipped at once They will come from the quartermasters depot at St Louis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Dumping Ground American Vessels Superior to At the Iowa Republican convention held at Dta Moines on Jnly 10 the Hon Those of European Countries Joseph R Lane temporary chairman made the following reference to the silAt the Kiel Celebration the Eigines ver question Silver bring necessary in the money of One of the U S Vessels of the world we must either maintain its coinage at par by legislative limitation of the amount or change the coin Coupled and Uncoupled In Less Than Three age ratio of the basis of it market val Minutes 1 he Blake Crack Ship of tha British Navy Required 33 Minutes ne Under the policy of legislative limifor the fejtme Performance tation of the amount aided by redemp tion when in of demand we have Wapttixotox Aug 2f An unofficial been able t nfain at par onr silver report to the secretary of the navy re- Â¬ coin allhonxil its intrinsic value is cently received contains further evi Â¬ much less Tins policy was satisfactory dence of the general superiority of the so long as the price i silver continued new ships of the United States navy high but when it bMMM reduced on over the best of the navies of the Eu- Â¬ account of over iiiluction aud other ropean countries especially of those causes that - ng up a demand by the of ireat Britain Mention has alproducers of for special silver leg ready been of the fact islation This cet made ami has now crystal celebration that at the Kiel lized at midnight without a moments ited into u demand for free and unlimwarning the ratio coinage of1 gold and silver at the of preparations of Hi to This means to give to engines of one of the vessels were coupled and uncoupled at the request every man to every nation the right of Emperor William who was spend- Â¬ to deposit at the mints of the United ing the evening on board the whole States silver in unlimited quantity aud operation requiring but two minutes to demand and receive in return free of and forty five seconds greatly to his charge or cost that silver coined into majestys astonishment But it has money at the ratio of 10 to I bearing not been published that the same the stinip of onr government In my judgment such a policy will operation on board the cruiser Blake the crack ship of the British navy at make America th dumping ground of drill when every preparation had been silver for the world It means we would made for it required thirty three min- Â¬ be brought at once to a silver basis Ir means the degradation of onr dollar to utes for its performance Another thing which elicited expres60 cents It means repudiation It will sions of praises and astonishment from bring an armlaaA at silver bntn rest the official visitors to the Columbia at for labor The Republicans of Iowa op Kiel was the condition and appearance pose this In the state of Iowa if we of the vessel so soon after its trip owe a debt we expect to pay it in money Everything was found to be shipshape worth 100 cents on the dollnr in money After the Blake had undergone her of equal purclias ng power with any trial trip it was said months other money of the world If any one were required put to her owes ns we demand and expect pay in order having ment in money of equal value This is the machinery racked so in that ordeal and it was a vital question to allclasses The farmdifficult for visitors to the Columbia to er the laborer the Merchant the man understand how the American ship ufacturtr all classes have an interest in had so speedily been put in condition the maintenance of good currency The The report further stated that the machinery in the Blake was to be torn dollar they receive for their productions lave out and that she was to be practically and labor should lie as the highest pur good as the beat reconstructed although still one of chasing power and purchasing dollar in the world Upon a the new vessels of the British navy sound currency depends to a larije extent the tlevt lopineut the prosperity DEEP WATERWAYS the snecess and the maintenance of our Commander Blow Detailed to Represent the Government at the Convention to Be peoplo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In response to the Frank A Flower of the International Deep Waterways ass i uion Assistant Secretary of the Na y UcAdoo has issued an order deÂ¬ tail aj Commander George P Blow I S N of he Chicago Hydrographio to represent the United station States at the Cleveland deep water convention September 24 21 and 2 He has also granted permission for Commander Blow to present a paper at the convention Secretary Flower has assurance that the dominion government will also formally recognize the convention by sending a delegate Chicago Aug 26 Baseball games Sunday afternoon at North Halsted and Division streets led to a riot and a railroad watchman named Sore aaosi has the police to thank for saving him from the vengeance of the mob which was aroused to the lynching poiut by his wounding of a boy who was watching one of the games Arririentallv Shot by a Roy Proviukm k R I Aug 26 Mr Blackman of Chicago a guest at the Ocean View hotel Block Island was probably fatally shot by Charlie Pas com of St Louis a lad who was practicing at a target Young Kascom and his family are prostrated with grief All the parties are wealthy people and old guests here lie Oil Deal at Pittsburgh PiTT iiiiKn Aug 2i The standard Oil Co has bought and is now in pos session of all the interests of the W L Mellon pipe lines and also the Mellon producing interests It is the biggest oil deal that has been consummated for years and involves about J3OOOC00 besides giving the big trust a further grip on the oil industry Bible to He Translated Into Chinese Van CoCTEaV B C Any Ji Among the passengers who will leave for tiie Orient on the Empress of Japan this week is Right Rev S F J Scher eschewski I D retired Protcstrnt bishop of China who is engaged on a most important task viz Translation of the Bible into the Chinese from tne original tongues Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ill at levelrtnd mi Mn Aiil 26 reqneal of Secretary 1 DEMANDS OF SILVERITES Narrowly Escaped Lynching 2a The green I bottle wage scale for 18S5 96 was settled Saturday night with an advance of five per cent over last years wages The conference committees were in session three days and the compro- Â¬ mise was the offer of the manufactur- Â¬ ers after an exhaustive discussion on trade and wages Suicided In the Penitentiary Jolift 111 Aug 2 Jacob Miller a Chicago wife murderer who was serving the first year of his i year sen- Â¬ tence committed suicide in the peniten- Â¬ tiary here Sunday He jumped over the iron railing in front of the upper tier of cells His head struck the Ptone floor and his brains were dashed out 1111 Pittsiu Green Bottle Ht Aug Scale Settled legal tender with the gold dollar when today the value of the bnlliou in the dollar is worth only Vi cents They ask that the government stamp its fiat to the extent of 47 edits shall be put on eVerv cents worth of silver they taUe to the mint Bey the house burns again The piece of silver worth the night before because of the stamp only is only worth J3 cents when taken to the jeweler Dont you see that the silver people are asking more from the government for silver than was ever granted by any government in the world for gold One 1 metal staniixd because of its value the world over the other stamped fl and worth bnt U cents anywhere If we are to have fiat money why not have it all fiat and not 4 7 cents fiat If we are to have fiat m mey let it be paper But the silver people claim that if the government passes a free coinage of silver bill silver will immediately jump in price from now being worth rl cents for 371 grains to mo cents for the same amount Do yon Ixdieve it Sine people are almost willing to believe that the nioon is made of green cheese Humboldt Tenn Messenger 1 Â¬ They Ask More For Silver Than Has Ever Been Granted to Gold One of the claims made by the advo cates of silver is tiat the government should treat both metuLs alike How does the government treat gold For every 23 2 grains of pure bullion de posited in the mint the owner receives a gold dollar weighing grains and nine tenths fine Tlc government stamp adds nothing to the value of the metal It simply certifies to that value and puts the metal in a form convenient for ns e Everywhere in the world gold thus coined is worth If yon go to En rope the little piece of gold is worth 1 If yonr house rns down the little lump of gold that was worth 1 pre vious to the fire will be worth at any jewelers anyw here The advocates of free silver do not want silver treated this way Oh no They ask for more They ask that the owner of silver bullion be permitted to take it to the mint aud have the government stamp IT1J4 grains with the necessary alloy ls a dollar of equal Â¬ 2s 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Too Much Business Bamrerons Anarchist Arrested Rome Aug 2i A dangerous anarchist has been arrested in Ancona for de- Â¬ claring publicly that he would follow Â¬ WW wit vim UKES CXCLE SAM A SLAVK the example of Caesario Santo the not of France youth who assassinated President Car The prisoner has al- Â¬ ready been convicted eleven times More Water for Marion Marion O Aug M Tha DESTRUCTIVE SILVERHOPPERS A PU ue That Threatens to Be Worse Than the Grasshopper The farmers in Kansas Nebraska and Marion other western states have in past years Water Co has contracted for fonr new suffered greatly from a plagne of grasswells to be driven near the reservoir in hoppers which swarmed in millions order to keep up the supply of water over the prairies devouring hay grain for the city aud other crops Wherever the greedy A Lnel to the Death insects came they brought desolation Kentucky Fashion Tampa Fla Aug 2ii Adolph Cua and many flourishing settlements were What will iu saawr the Nation said Kentucky i fmmUt fero and Augustine Tieibe Cubans completely ruined by th pi sts Within guess TU have nonnd money straight fought with dirks Cuafero was killed creased cultivation the swarms gradualWith silver on the sidr and the murderer escaped ly diminished and of late have done litWashington Port tle harm Exchange of Compliments But another and worse foe to the Sliver Cram Waning Passenger alighting from cab farmer is abroad in the land Especially That the people are returning to tbeir Whats the charge in the south west and northwest there s and that therefore the silver Cabman One shilling Passenger Well thats quite reason- Â¬ has sprung up a plague of silverhoppers erase is waning is evideut from the huI knew from your face you that threatens the destruction of our na- - morous way in which the Indiana edi able t dtspossd of the subject a few aeya wouldnt lie extortionate ago at tlieir state association They I knew from Cabman Thankee your face that youd h- too mean to Bfloprea tne following resolutions pay more than the legal fare without a Wherois There npis ars to be a Uirife and lawsuit Tit Bits The claim therefore that the mouey Las been reduced one J means of four guy ropes each about SO half thereby depriving the public of long Place the pole in a someÂ¬ feet sufficient volume is simply groundless so that the top Va still use gold and silver both and what slanting position center of the will be directly over the have more than we ever had prior to the passage of the act of 1 873 The the j claim also that the enrreucy has con tracted thereby appreciating the value of gold is shown to be false by the enormous output of gold last year It was the largest in the worlds history rnnTiciniK In all Its www isnwww and amounted tu HSlBOOOOti The BLOOD P0IS0llo uasunate surva of gold in 1803 rose to worlds coinage wers It r r tSS27o000 and that of silver to ana stores tne pws ss tss esssss as tee system ssssst sss iu 111 a nasst wsssst 1110889000 making the largest yearly coinage in the worlds history with SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga possibly one exception The worlds silstock in full legal tender gold and ver today is by the largest statistics M8MO000 gold and K34U3000M silver and it must not be forgotten that KENTUCKY CENTRAL R T- even though the gold standard may be in force the silver coined furnishes money for final redemption to relieve the pressme upon gold just as if it had GRASS ROUTE been coined upon a free coinage plan The claim that gold has appreciated FOB BTACKINO HAT thereby depreciating the valne of prodFor instance if the stack Is to ucts is based upon the theory that the stack decrease in the value of silver and in be 18 feet square the bottom of the Shortest and Quickest Route from C pole will be placed on the outside of this the value of products lias lsn n contem Kentucky to All Points Nor poraneous A careful examination of square with the top directly over the of wood the facts shows this not to be true The center Fasten a strong piece the pole and South west Through xii feet on the bottom of average decrease of commodities since with wire rings in each end by means l7s has been abont 20 percent The train service between Cincin can be staked firmly to the heaviest dii line has bean in the line of of which it ground The four guv ropts are fastK nati Middlesborough those things which the masses of the top of the pole and to the people buy All these reductions in ened io the The puland Knoxville Tenn by means of a stake prices are partly attributed to a leananed ground hay forks are attached much leys and and Points on t prod action and partly to the re the same as in a barn and are operated cent panic While the commodities have similarly R fallen 20 percent silver had fallen 50 For making the pole I use two tele-Â¬ per cent graph poles one 20 feet the other 4 8chlale is Efttt Jase But to consider particular articles In feet and splice them firmly together lc7 OOrnsnU for41 centsa bushel sil ropes take or 7 strands of For guy ver was worth 131 an ounce In s 5 No 12 galvanized wire draw them No Nn i Daily OUTH BOUND corn sold for M ceuts silver was worth tight and twist The best way to do KxDaly 67 cents an ounce SOtbc had fallen 50 this is to fasten one end to a post by per cent and corn had risen 25 per cent means of a chain with a swivel and Lve Cincinnati 811 a m 755 p m 319 a I In Js73 wheat was worth 1 17 a bushpull them taut with a laro e wire fence Lve Covin 943 ami 90s p re Kalnn el silver was 131 an ounce In IsTs stretcher such as is used in putting up Lve tyntliisua io3 2 s ifi3 a ir Vrr Paris wheat was 134 a bnshel silver was woven wire fnce The ewiiel will 1310 n n Lexington 115 an ounce In 1 8S0 wheat was 90 permit the Winch of wires being Arr Pxrls Ive n5 a m mnts silver 104 In lx5 wheat was tvi ted any desire amount The guy Arr Winchester 12 10 n r Lve Winchester- - 1230 p fs a bushel silver 07 cents an ropes will cost fCtA the pole 92A and 110 p m 11 ounce you v ill need the hay fork Arr Richmond in addition 115 p LveRichnioiiil Lve Bo- iai p m 1207 a m ton Tins is the prodncfion in and pulleys which can be taken from t rr Li musion 240 p ir the barn The total expense of this dewhich our peoplo are directly interested Livingston Lve 310 p m vice is consequently only 490 The Lve London 35 p m The claim that the value of cotton de rr forbin 445 p m pended upon the rise or fall of silver whole apparatus in position is shown I have assd this kind ot a in the cut has bona ahowi to be without founda 530 p I 600 p m 4o a oi tion this year Cotton in the last four hay pole for two years anil can recom- Â¬ Ive Ml 640 p m months has risen M percent silvers mend it- - It is the best derrick for Arr Iumil inp Lv Inmil isp per cent Prior to 1878 the price of not stacking hay that I have ever tried - pn yno a m ion varied from 4 to 40 cents Silver Several of my neighbors have used it Lve Corbin Wilntmabsr 550 p SJ With the Lve Jellico and all of them are pleased 6 pm 4 never fell below 129 In is 15 c Arr 800 a 01 sold for 4 cents Silver was then 132 pole 40 feet long a stack 30 to S3 feet Arr Knoxville high can easily be built The higher Lve Richmond 125 p m an ounce rr Rowl oel 1 P the pole the easier for the man on the Arr Stan for 4nDm RIGHTS OF PROPERTY stack Farm and Home No 2 No l The Spirit or Free Coinage Is Essentially Daily Daily SORTH BOlTNI Got Daylight Throojch Ki Sun Socialistic In Its Tendencies Clubby Did you know that Weggy It cannot be deeded that the spirit of actually put a ballet through his head Lve Rowland A 720 a rr Rie much of the free coinage literature is last night distinctly opposed to those rights of Willie Weally I thoucht that he Lve Knoxville property which are at the bottom of our was particularly rational this iTiiroing inchs Air C whole social system It is not needful when I met him N Y World nml lap- to dwell on tiie fact that human pii g Ive MkMlessVti Scandalous only possible whin the producers r- Ilojack Did you bear how Skblmore Lve Barhrvllle of wealtii are protected in the posses rt rr Cor In sion of all they create The examples of disgraced his family at church last Lve inil s rr Livingston those countries where property is inse Sunday Tomdik Xo how was it 215 a t cure is snfiicient proof that the enjoy Keren- 312 a it Ilojack The minister read two char ment of property is the first requisite of rr Richmond -- 339 ters from the Acts and he insisted jn Lve Richmond 620 am 3 39 civilization Arr u Various schools of apitators such as going out lietween them Judge Ive Winchester 710am Arr Puns the socialists communist- - ami anarch455 m Why They Came l te Lve Islington 700 am ists are seeking to abolish the institn Lve Paris 2 am 7 50 1 Husband in hat and overcoat Good Lve Cynthiana 821 am tion of private property In the cheap gracious Havent you got your coat Lve Falmouth 911 am money agitation which is sweeping over on yet Arr ovingtMii 1024 a m oimtry we find the essential ideas 1030 a m Wife Its all fixed except tucking n Arr Cincinnati of the socialists etc in another form my dress sleeves so they wont get MAYSVILLE BRA There are in this country a large nummussed Ill be ready iu half an hour ber of people who have saved a little X Y Weekly N N nuiiey which they have loaned out to NORTH bUIND At the Races others The art i males of free silver Hill How do you manage to win boldly claim that the result of the adopLve Cincinnati tion of their money scheme would bo to every day Lve Covington Derg A friend who knows all about Lexington take from all creditors one half of their 700 a rr Puns property by enabling debtors to repay it tells me which horses to buy Arr Millerxlmrg Hill And ron do just as he tells you their loans with dollars worth half M Carlisle t Johnson licrg Xo just the opposite X Y much aa of those borrowed This is Maysville World nothing lass than a proposition to take No i the property of those who have saved 1 it tie Room HOLTH BOIND money and invested it and to give it to El Sr Smithere How many jokes on the tho e who have borrowed or in other bathing suit h ve you written to day Lve Masvile 152 words the confiscation by law of one Johnson Pea Dennis Carlisle half of all the loans of the country Pen Dennis My dear boy theres Mlllershiinj When the farmer and workingmen unrr Paris not room enough on the average bathLexington derstand that this is the real object of ing suit to write more than one Town Covington the free milage agitation will they Topics continue to favor the attack on private Our Tarlor Soldiery Fo- - fu- ther information rates property She Is Mr Dudley much of a mili- Â¬ or freight address ra A Financial Charlatan tary man Ticket and Km if lie of The Minneapolis Tribune says I should say he Con was He can put on a fresh uniform gressman Joseph C Sibley of Pennsyl vania is put forward as the silverite every morning with two changes during the day Detroit Free Press candidate for the presidency Mr SibRNI BRR ley is not widely known to the country THE MARKETS gave the public some taste of his but be quality in his sech at the Memphis riXCINXATt AH M convention on Wednesday evening The Frorn Winter patent ioO IS winter gist of his speech is contained in the fancy 19 winter family io 2t spring patent jiss XO Time Table No 24 In Ef-Â¬ fonr following political axioms which extra fc 160 3T5 he says embody the result of his study spring faniv KtlV HO spring family S801 of the money question wlf fect May 12 1895 Ha I rel track Na Double the volume of monFirst ltnekSk sample red traci iivc 6icland- do ey and you double price rejected track Vec sample landing Second Divide the volume of 66c OOSaSaassS of So 2 mixed track at JTc 1ST C 2NDC money and you divide prices KASTBOCND No white track at 38c No J yellow track N V Nn Double the volnme of monThird at 37c Ex Sun Ex Sun ey and you divide the debts mis Sales of No t mixed track SSc reÂ¬ A mixed track l ke No 3 mixed track Fourth Divide the volume of Versiillej 8 55 10 27 64 NichoIasTilIc money and you double the de 11 10 IO 12 RVX NO WOUld sell At IV rn maW Valley View 11 32 10 55 If Mr Sibleys first proposition were Million- Catile- - Tair to irood shippers f V i 45 11 20 true how easy it would be for govern- choice butchers ti5o j00 in ilium butchers rm S350 i Richmond common taVH 12 02 830 12 30 pi ment to regulate values by simply inUnion 12 14 Calves Market tlrm creasing or decreasing the volume of fBM 625 extra t6504t67i Fair to ood lisrht Moberly 12 17 1 00 common and large Braitsficld 12 30 circulating medium If doubling the Panola 12 35 00 HiHis Market slow at SIOc lower Irvine volume would double values quadrupButch 1 00 3 05 era A ling it would quadruple values and in- lightW0 4 75 B0 mixed packer MC0 470- good f47vji common and rough M 0OQ45O No creasing it a thousandfold would make siirip Lojbs Sheep Market steady WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex s every dollars worth of property worth Kxtris raiv a5 pood to choice 0o 00 JL75 fair l0o0 In this way property could bo common toExtra tl 1510 525 Lambs Market Irvine rm steady good to choice 15 3 30 increased in value sufficiently to make M50 500 common to fir tl 75 42s Panoli 40 4 eld everybody rich Baltimore Sun Tolido o Aug M 45 43 Moberlv Wheat Quie No 2 red S 5 00 Mem Union of final payment iNmnmndltlfi Have I alien Twenty PerCet Silver Has lieduced Oae hmlf In bis speech at Gainesville Go on July 23 the Hon Hoke Smith said FOR STACKING HAY One of ths Bal and Cheapest Derricks the best and cheapest derricks consists for stacking bay simply of one straight pole 40 feet high secured in an upright position by One of rs Ever Devised jjfia 11 Running Sores 1 Cures Â¬ I pi -t- -i Serpent s i li1 wr A Â¬ BLUE Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ LNR 1 -- 1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 4- Â¬ le 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our---W- ell Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M- Â¬ Â¬ lr5 - X Â¬ Â¬ I tn 1 ber 66Sc December 67Sc May 71c No 3 red cash 6Bc okn No mixed cash 38c September 384c Na 3 yellow rash 3 Oats No 2 while cah No 3 white 2S0 Rve No Scash 45e do September CU vnt Prime cash io2 October is 134 March feott Calls on September wheat opened Richmond a 59 Ver aiiles a 57 3o 3 35 4 so 5 30 5 00 5 30 r m A M Chicago Aug 14 ftjSc soldbetw at M 6sc tween Puts opened at 61c and 60 lc last price 6UY n - to 36V sold to BknJMic September r alls on Seotember eo loch N-o I npreceitcnted in is Upgnardson I had a singular experi- Â¬ ence last Tuesday You remember it looked like rain and the weather proph- Â¬ ets predicted rain Atom Yes Well I brought my umbrella raincoat and rubber shoes down town that morning Â¬ nnn aksaSssm hlaln tu rsintu agreement further study of the question on latter and at each and all is done on last nel heat sold on the curb at 81 o NEW York Aug 24 state and western weak dnl1- - teady Sept mber -c Dectmber m May 2 dull May 6c ened at 3Bc sod opened at 34c Trains Setwecn Louisville aad Versailles dailv Trains between Cincinnati and N daily All I coaaect with Southern Rail -and aad with the C M nnaii - hours in ksxa hours in lo any ticket agent o CM H iformition BROWN Cenl PsenSer Agl Vrro MUMS Superintendent o Ky tober bid 41 V- - easy September Baas 42c OATS v Oo ay Yi Well it rained Chicago Tribune - Hopeless and if beaidej the stream to falEur and gives promise f being in such eon it may be forded or cross drv ibod one needs to be on the other aide It befrre the part of wisdom to camp under the isolive branches in the shady jrove on the side of the tnat ran better be ctne tonmrrow I really have to crow a n stream at once if the bridge spanning my and in r OctcXer23cbiOVeo tra Dou September aaisnaanaa-2 c at No red spot aad Aur ast t60SV December Papa A Miss Passe ist De Auber 1 adore art Then suppose you paint yourself a little Miss drawiug herself up I think you are awfully rude Mr De Auber Sensitive Soul So you are really an art Â¬ Truth Fond Parent Bobby why will run always persist in pushing in the eyes of your little sisters dolls Bobby conclusively Because I cant pick em out -- Truth How About the Cabbage Crop Smith There is one very strange thing about you Brown What is it Y u are a wholesale cigar manu- Â¬ facturer and yet you never take the slightest interest in the tobzeco crop As a cigar manufacturer what have I got to do with the to p Tammany Tinjea A Short Visit Mrs Newwed If we wait until the twelve oclock train we wont get to mothers until eleven oclock at night and shell be asleep by that time Mr Newwed Well then we can leave our cards and take the next train back N Y Weekly Evening at the Summer Resort Ada Matters are growing serious between the new boarder and Miss She knelt beside the dejected fig tre and fondly kissed the drooping ho Papa can I not keep the wolf from the door with my singing He was without hope although he smiled My child he sighed your singing1 would keep almost anybody from the door but the wolf is pretty nervy you know Detroit News Tribune Honesty the Best Policy Brown Blanche Yes tiiey are on the balcony now it is a case of two souls with but a single chair Puck the virtuous grocer it bad The iionost blood d through his reins anil lit up his kindly face He bent down and looked into a basket intently while a sudden spasm passed over him Yes he re- and the egg out of the ba and gently 1 Y illy Ux credit and honor These new peste would if unchecked the country a greater loss in one year than have the grasshoppers since they first appeared They seek to establish a financial policy which means the repudiation of debts the debasement of onr mouey and the adoption of the 60 cent dollars which are the currency of Mexico With false aud misleading promises of increased wealth which they pretend would nact- nieut of a law for th f9 ver at 10 to l they try to delod farmer into supporting their schemes Were they to be successful trade and in- would be capital withdraw tional prosperity b5 W -- river mixed do ssQ white western a Aug 14 Will Catch The wage earner the Laborer and the salaried man should be teeth and too nail against free silver because the amount they reserve will not be in creased while the prices of living will go up They are much worse off than the merchants and the farmer Their wages are not flexible mot be ad- justed at once It takes time Mean while they must work at rates and ay i Inngs Whore are the brains king of Mbwpka ChleHjr It Worst ATTIB Receipts verv lUrtu steady and at unchanged prices Pittsburgh market was siVcKarafs3 wITshin calves IT - neIQap BTfiio s tel 8 Conclusive Proof Mother I sent you my photograph Dont you think it is a gtxxl liken -- II 1 Married Daughter should say it is It is so lifeli3 that when my husband saw it he turned as pale as a g host Texas Siftings ieorge Was Ail Right Her Mother I abhor kissing The idea of placing your lips to the lips of a man Herself But i dont mamma Georo es mustache always preveDU it Brooklyn Life AsMMitwr vnmnoa OOaASv rATTIK Light Steers won to good 2i 1225 3 N V Aim 607 3LK1 cow First Doctor Well doctor ar case to day - Widow Joke I had a cT m oo heavy kCTstLHul e ehore koou mm fedfe i0 sraaaera to easrasy extra ss00 v naixeu and Micbi- choice - Pslt pgs KM asked thA to iair Choice 4SD1 ood medi n stood the chef man l he hadnt aajr 1 lined tsaO480l Tat lb v to r What was it please I attended a grass widow who is afflicted with hay fever Oakland Titnea Apro efod told of t glossary of Sussex premier visited 1 Snsasra vi said one ie great man sstnj Maraei se Â¬ fortwenlv fivc be I a Ansr S4 Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder repudiatora and Worlds Fair Highest Award to support honest money beat fcheep iruha jiotv M11 THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Cough cure the most pramut and affective remeih fir diseases of the at and lungs is Aycrp berry oral As an emergency medi cine for ti cure of rou ji Sore Throat hung Fever and Whooping Iongh j YM AYERjS Cherry Pek toral remark further that we can in thii world get no just idea of the splendor of lieaven St John tries to describe it He says The twelve gates are welve pearls and that the fonnda- - of the wall are garnished with all manner of precious stones As we stand lo iking through the telescope of St lohn we see a blaze of amethyst Awarded Medal at World Fair ami paari and emerald and sardonxy AYER S PILLS Cure Urn a Stomach TrouWet and ciirysoprasus and saphire a fountain of lisrht a cataract of color a sea of glass and a city like the sun St lolin bids us look again and we ABOVE THE SKIES see thrones thrones of the prophets thrones of the patriarchs thrones of The Surpassing Splendor of Heaven the angels thrones of the Apostles thrones of the martyrs throne of Eloquently Pictnredby Dr Talmage Jesus throne of God And we turn round to see the glory and it is fco itte o Songs No Health Here Below Thrones Look Thrones Thrones to Iw I umpared With hMr in the again St John bids us look again laml HeToad A rmn for the and we see the great procession of the Iterraved and rain hearted redeemed passing Jesus on a white Ok Talmapes subject Sunday was horse leads the march and all the splendors With inim armies of salvation following on white horses Infinite cavalcade passing io tich he has pictured the pior nd at tactions of the world be Â¬ Bawataar empires pressing into line yond the siios in a way to bring joy ages follow ages dispensation tramping Glory in the ievinp -- fills and to fascinate even on after dispensation of glory Europe Asia Africa - and ind fferent The - i was Ere hath not Been anil North and South America pressing text into nes Islands of the sea shoulder nor ear heard I Cor ii ft to iniiilder Generations before the I am going am p oinir to Heaven flood following generations after the to Heaven Heaven Heaven Heaven a were the last word- - uttered a flool aad as Jaaaa rises at the head of few ilavs ne o by m linn in wife as that great host and waves His sword in signal of victory all crowns are to lie A h iKl forever as Chris- - lifted and all ensigns flung out and anl is it not natural ropriate that xn thoughts all chimes rung and all hallelujahs chanted and some cry Glory to God be much directed to war Hosana to the of which St Pait pi afcs in most In h and some and some Worthv is Son of David Ml have till all ex- The city of Corinth has bee called the Lamb that was slain the Pari of antiquity Iius for clamatitiis of endearment and homageworld holds no such in the Vcabiilarv of Heaven are exhaastedjrtnd there come upsurge after wonder to day It stood on the mus washed It two seas the one lea surrre ifiAraon Amen Amen Eye Ill not seen it ear ha th not bringing the commerce of Europe tlsc wa- Skim from the summ heaid it her wharves in construction of which tcrs the rightest sparkles an d vou idea of the sheen of the will get wiole kingdoms had been ah- th three banks of oars eVeriastil sea Pile up the splen dors the navy of Varthvi dties and thev would not yards of ll the world Huge handed mai astlping stone by which y ou machinery wehu modern invention migniaVnVnt to the city of God Ev ery house is a palace Every step a can not eqaa p from I Every cover ng of the head ic and transported them on triumph Every meal is a banross t lie ishmus and set them a coronatioi ri on thsother si de The quet Everv stroke from theis tower isÂ¬ a jubirevenue officers of the cty went down a wedding bell Evcrv day through tue olive groves line i the lee every hour 1 rapture and every Eye hath not h ti collect a tar ff from hi nn ions moment an ecstasy- heard it The mirth of all people spirted in her seen it ear hath lian gaaaaa and the lieautv if all I remark further we can get no idea lands sat in her theaters walked her on earth of the reanV of Heaven cos and threw itself upon the ai j If you have ever been across the sea tar of her stupendous dissipations j and met a friend or even an aequaint inn and statue an temple liewil- - aice in some strange cit you rememthe beholder There were white ber Itow your blood thriitl- and how marble fountains into which from glad you were to see him What then apertures st the side there rushed will be our joy after we Aye passed verrnhcre known for health the seas of death to peet in Around these ba the bright sun city of th into wreaths of stone those from whore we have longx been sia were all the beauties of sculp- separated After ve have been V way ture and architecture while stand from our friends 10 oi U years as if to guard the costly dis- - come upon them we see boar iliffunit a statue of Hercules of ly they look The hair has turned an4 burnished Corinthian brass Vases wrinkles have come in their faces and of lerra cotta adorned the cemeteries we say How you have changed a es so costly that Julius I hit oh when you stand of dead before the was not satisfied until he had throne all cares gone from the face mem for V niie Armed otti all maris of sorrow disappeared and - for ut that blessed land paeed up and down to see that no statSM was de- - met biass we will say to each other sitii overthrown no las- in exultation we can not now imFrom the edge of the agine How you hnve changed In a kill anse with its magnificent vorld we only meet to part It is en of column and towers and tem- ly Farewells floating m a waiting at in the air We hear it at the railcar window and at the steamboat wharf ly impregaabla that Gihralt by Children lisp it and old age compared with it Amid answers it Soraetjmes we sav jn a all iirrtli and magnificence way- - gool bv and sometimes Corinth stood and detied the world with anguish in which the soul breaks it was not to rustics that nad down Good by Ah that is the word never seen anything grand that sl that ends the thanksgiving banquet 1aul uttered this text They had that is the word that comes in to beard t lie liest music that hid come close the Christmas chant kiod fom tue bet instruments in all the bv good by Hut not so in Heaven They had heard songs floating Welcomes in the air welcomes from morning and melting in at the gates welcomes at the evening groves Thcv had passed house of many mansions but no good- their whole lives away among pictures bv That group is constantly aug- and sculpture and archilertur I hey are going up from our Uiented -thian brass which had been circles of earth to join it little voices molded and shaped until rtiere was no to join the anthem little hands to chariot wheel in which it had not sped take hold of it in the great home circle am no tower in which it ha no little feet to dance in the eternal eneiL and no gateway that it had not glee little crowns to be cast down beAh it was a bold thing for fore the feet of Jesus adorned Our friends are and there amid all that and in two groups a group this side of the All this is nothing river and a group on the other side of ne from ihe temple of the river Now there goes one from me are not music compare this to that and another from this to armonv of which I ipawJr These that and soon we will all begone over waters hushing in the ba in of Iyrene How many of your loved ones have alare not pure ready entered upon that blessed place Tiieso statues of Bacchus and Mer- Â¬ If I should take paper and pencil do cury are not exquisite Yon citadel of you think I cjuld put them all down hui it not strong compared Ah my friends the waves of Jordan that which I off r to the poorest roar so hoarsely we can not hear the slave that puts down his burden at joy on the other side where their group Von Corinthians that brazen rate is augmented It is graves here and If this is a splendid city you think coffins and hearses here you have hear all sweet sounds and A little childs mother had died and - seen all beautiful sights hut I tell you they comforted her They said Your eye hath not seen nor ear heard mother has gone to Heaven dont neither have entered into the heart of Heaven Oh we have no idea Â¬ man the things which God hath pre- Heaven is It is the grave here what it is pared for them that love Him darkness here but there is merry Vou see my text sets forth the idea making vender Methiuks a that however exalted our ideas may be teal arrives some angel takes itwhen around of Heaven they come far short of the to show it the wonders of that blessed reality Some wise men have len cal place The usher angel says to the how many furlongs long and newly arrived These are the martyrs wide at Heaven and they have calcu- Â¬ that perished at Piedmont these were lated how many inhabitants there are torn to pieces at the inquiton is on earth how long the earth will prob- Â¬ the throne of the great Jehovah this this ably stand and then they came to this is Jesus I am going to see Jesus ate That after all the nations said a dying negro boy I am have been gathered to Heaven thrre going to see Jesus and the will be room for each soul a room 16 missionary Vou are said sure feet long and If feet wide It would you will see him Oh yes not be large enough for me I am glad thats what I want to go to Heaven to know that no human estimate is for Hut said the missionary sup- Â¬ sufficient to take the dimensions Eye pose that Jesus should go away from hath not seen nor ear heard nor Heaven what then I should fol- Â¬ arithmetic calculated low him said the dying Negro boy I first remark that we can in this Hut if Jesus went down to hell what wond get no idea of the health of then The dying boy thought for a Heaven When you were a child and moment and then he said Massa yon went out in the morning how vou where Jei us is there can be no hell bounded along the road or street you o kt nd in his presence That had never felt sorrow or sickness Per will be heaven Oh to put our hand haps later perhaps in these very sum- in that hand which was wounded for mer days yon feit a glow in your us on the cross to go around amid cheek and a spring in your step and all the groups of the redeemed an exuberance of spirits and a clear and shake hands with prophets aean of eye that made you thank God and apostles and martyrs and you were permitted to live The with our own dear beloved nerves were ham strings and the sun ones That will be the tight was a doxologv and the rustling union we can not imagine it great now leaves were tue rustling of the robes of our loved ones seem so far away a great crowd rising up to praise the When we are in Lord You thought that you knew they dont seem trouble anduslonesome We go to come to what it was to be well but there is no on the banks of the Jordan and call perfect health on earth The diaeaaaa across to them they dont seem of past generations come down to ua hear We say but it well with to Is the The air that float now on the earth child Is it well with the loved ones are unlike those which floated above and we listen to hear if any voice paradise They are charged with im comes back over the waters None mpers The most none Iubelief says They are dead elaati of earth com- - and extinct forever but blessed ba oared witu that which those experience God we have a Bible that tells ns dif- Â¬ sefore whom the gates have been ferent We open It and find that they and tne next day they went to are neither dead nor extinct that they the graveyard and tney laid the body never were so much alive as now that the mother down Into the ground they are only waiting for onr coming irl came up to tue verge Itat we shall join them on the ave and looking down ai side of the river Oh gb bar taotner said is saia rVQiOBi we can not grasp it now I cannot he eqialed h M JiRAVLKY Daft I l of the Anierican Jai- Puhlishing Society Peterslairg Va endorses it as a cure for vitftent colds bronchitis etc Dr 5racley also adds To all ministers snffertng from throat troubles I recommend openid is nothing1 but sickness and Look at that soul standemaciation ing lfore the throne On earth she was a life long invalid See her step now and hear her voice now Catch if yon can one breath of that celestial air Health in all the pulses Health im- Â¬ of vUion health of spirits mortal health No racking couirh no sharp pleurisies no consuming- fevers no exhausting pains no hospitals of wounded men Health swinging in the air health flowing in all the streams health blooming on the banks No headaches no side aches no back- aches That child that died in the agonies of croup hear her voice now ringing in the anthem That old man that went bowed down with the infirmities of age see him walk now with the step of an immortal athlete forever young strain That night when the needie woman fainted r way in the garret a wave of the heav ulv air re suscitated her forever For everlast ing years to hare neither ache nor pain nor weakness nor fatigue Eye hath not seen it ear hath not heard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered into the heart of man the things which God hath preNo pared for them that love him idea of it I remark again we can in this world get no idea of the song of Heaven You know there is nothing more inspiring than music In the battle of Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY Th Wtmm NEWS of the OURNAVY American Vessels Superior to Those of European Countries At the Kiel Celebration the Engines of One of the U S Vessels Conpled and Uncoupled In Less Than Three Minutes 1 he Blake Crack Ship of I lis British Navy Required 33 Minutes for the Same Performance AGAINST FRCE SLVER SILVER AND PRICES One All Part Istt Sews loairuoawejaltlft Unlimited Coinage Would Make America the Dumping Ground HARDIN ON TOP The democratic Candidate lor Invernor Kef uses to Abandon HU r ree liver IHic lt-- AYERS Cherry Pectoral 1 -- 1 V irll 1 Waterloo the Highlanders were giv Â¬ ing way and Wellington found out that the bands of music had ceased playing He sent a quick dispatch tell- Â¬ ing them to play with utmost spirit a battle march The music started the Higlanders were rallied and they dashed on till the day was won We appreciate the power of secular music but do we appreciate the power of sacred song There is nothing more inspiring tome than a whole congrega-Â¬ tion lifted up on the way of holy melody When we sing some of those dear old psalms and tunes they rouse memo all the Why some of them ries of the past were cradle songs in our fathers They are all sparkling with house the morning dew of a thousan Chris Â¬ They were sung by tian Sabbaths brothers and sisters gone now by voices that were aged and broken in the music voices none the less sweet because they did tremble and break When I hear these old songs sung it seems as if all the old country meeting homes joinel in the chorus and Scotch kirk and Sailors Hethel and Western cabins until the whole continent lifts the doxology and the scepters of eterAway nity beat time to the music then with your starvling tunes that chill the devotions of the sanctuary and make the people sit silent when Jesus is coming to hosanna But my friends if music on earth is so sweet what will it be in Heaven They all know the tune there Me thinks the tune of Heaven will be made up partly from the songs of earth the best parts of all our hymns and tunes going to add to the song of All the best Moses and the Lamb siagers of all the ages will join it choirs of white robed children choirs choirs of Apostles of patriarchs Morning stars clapping their cymbals Harpers with their harps Great an Â¬ thems of God roll on roll on -- other empires joining the harmony till the thrones are full of it and the Anthem shall nations all saved chorus join chorus touch anthem and all the sweet sounds of earth and Heaven be poured into the ear of Christ David of the harp will be there Gabriel of the trumpet will be there Germany redeemed will pour its deep base voice into the song and Africa will add to the music with her matchless voices I wish we could anticipate that song I wish in the closing hymns of the churches to day we might catch an echo that slips from the gates Who knows but that when the Heavenly door opens to day to let some soul through there may come forth the strains of the jubilant voices until we eaten it Oh that as the song drops down from Heaven it might meet half way a song coming up from earth Â¬ trlne i Â¬ tat nt The nineteenth day of April is a day rich with historical and signifi- Â¬ cant events which are precious in the eves of patriots On this day in 177 at Lexington and Concord was begun the great war of the revolution On this day in 1783 just eight years af- Â¬ terward the cessation of war and the triumph of independence were for- Â¬ mally proclaimed and on this day in 1st the first blood was shed in the de- Â¬ fense of the Inion CONDENSED by j NEWS 1 Â¬ Â¬ Telerraph Fire from an unknown cause destroy Â¬ ed sixteen buildings in the business portion of Blanchard la Swifts comet was observed Friday oight by Dr II G Wilson of Goodsell observatory Northfield Minn Oscar Cunningham a young man liv- Â¬ ing seven miles from Dexter Mo died from the effects of cigarette smoking L G Peters a grocery man was field up on the Tazewell pike near Fnoxviile and robbed of 870 HPd a pis IkiL Gathered From All Parts of the Country At Rosedale N Y Sunday twenty were destroyed by tire and a dozen more or less damaged Sve buildings Loss 1000 Â¬ liev Sim Jones was the star attrac- Â¬ tion at A bury Park N J Sunday He preached in the morning and even- Â¬ ing in Educational hall George Savage of Cleveland who fell off an excursion train near Elyria O has disappeared completely No trace of his body can be found A dispatch from Shanghai says that the latest victims of the anti foreign feeling are two Spanish priests who have been murdered by a mob at Deputy U S Marshal Mehen ar rested J A Doak at Parkersburg W Va on a charge of counterfeiting His wife was also placed under ar- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ W Walker of the firm of Steele Walker the largest general store in St Joseph Mo killed himself at Kan- Â¬ sas City No cause is known for the deed At Maiden Mass Daniel J McLeod a carpenter Sunday afternoon shot hia wife Mary McLeod seriously wound- Â¬ ing her and then instantly killing himself The condition of Mr George Au Â¬ gustus Saltus the well known journal- Â¬ ist and author who has been ill at Brighton Eng for some time is im- Â¬ proving The trial of Abe Small the Negro who shot Policeman Neves at Savan- Â¬ nah Ga has resulted in a verdict of guilty of murder The case has atÂ¬ tracted unusual attention Charles Kemmick of St Paul once famous as the champion welter weight pugilist of the Northwest died in Den- Â¬ ver CoL of consumption aged twentv five years He had a record of thirty three fights in which he was victori- Â¬ ous rest J German Lutheran Meet lowed by showers probably slightly cooler southeasterly winds Indiana Generally fairer southerly wind Ohio Fsir south to southeast winds AM Aug 26 The German Lutheran League of Northern Ohio and adjoining territory held its annual meeting here Sunday A number of prominent preachers were in attend- Â¬ ance Forecast of the Heather for Monday Washington Aug 88 Kentucky Fair fol- Â¬ O BrcTBiS new ships of the United States navy over the best of the navies of the European countries especially of those of Great Britain Mention has al Â¬ ready been made of the fact that at the celebration Kiel at midnight without a moments of the warning preparations engines of one of the vessels were coupled and uncoupled at the request of Emppror William who was spending the evening on board the whole operation requiring but two minutes and forty five seconds greatly to his majestys astonishment Hut it has not been published that the same operation on board the ciuiser Blake ipple Destroyed Uf Incendiary and the crack ship of the British navy at Origin Stiroir Ky Aug 26 Saturday drill when every preparation had beenÂ¬ morning fire was discovered in the made for it required thirty three min shaft house of the Tradewater Coal utes for its performance Another thing which elicited expres- Â¬ and Coke Cos mines at this place The alarm was given but before suf- sions of praises and astonishment from ficient assistance could arrive the fire the official visitors to the Columbia at had gained such headway that the out- Â¬ Kiel was the condition and appearance er buildings were all that were of the vessel so soon after its trip saved The shafthouse engine room Everything was found to be shipshape fanhouse and tipple After the Blake had undergone her boiler room trial trip it was said months Fallwere all completely destroyed required put to her ing brands set the walls of the were the machinery having shaft on fire and three cars loaded in order with coal and standing at the tipple racked so in that ordeal and it was were ignited two of which were total- difficult for visitors to the Columbia to ly destroyed The probable loss will understand how the American ship be about S1000 Should the shaft had so speedily been put in condition The report further stated that the walls burn on and cause a cavein the loss wll reach nearly c3X00O The machinery in the Blake was to be torn out and that she was to be practically fire was beyond a doubt of incendiary reconstructed although still one of origin The mine had lately been leased for the new vessels of the llritish navy a term of three mouths by I M Cross DEEP WATERWAYS Co who had just begun to get out coal Commander Blow Detailed tn Represent the Government at the Convention to Be Tied and Robbed Iihkuty Ind Aug M Warn Lee a I id at llevclsnd iik ro Air 26 In response to the farmer living near Brownsville was waylaid by highwaymen Saturday reiest of Secretary Frank A Flower night and after being bound hand and of lie International Deep Waterways tool with ropes was relieved of 22 Navy ition Assistant Secretary of the alcAdoo has issued an order ie cents Mr Lee had been in Liberty tai Blow 0 and had cashed a check for several S N ig Commander George of he I hicago Hydrographia hundred dollars in the afternoon and to represent the United it is supposed the robbers learned of station the transaction Both were young States at the Cleveland deep water convention September 24 H and 26 men and will probably be captured He has also granted permission for Tents for the Louisville Encampment Commander Illow to present a paper at Ky Aug 26 President the convention Ioiisviiik Sherlev of the Citizens G A R comSecretary Flower has assurance that mittee has just received a telegram the dominion government will also from the war department at Washing- formally recognize the convention by ton advising him that his request for sending a delegate tents has been granted and that suffNarrowly Barapesl Lynching icient number to accommodate 3mj Chicago Aug 26 Iaseball games men will be shipped at once They will come from the quartermasters de- Sunday afternoon at North Halsted and Division streets led to a riot and a pot at St Louis railroad watchman named Sorcnson OHara Jury Disagreed has the police to thank for saving him Briu in ton Ky Aug 2a The jur- from the vengeance of the mob which ors ifi the OHara murder trial was aroused to the lynching point by reported that they were unable to his wounding of a boy who was asrree Five stood for acquittal and watching one of the games seven for conviction The jury was Accidentally Shot by a Boy discharged and the prisoner released Phovidkm K R I Aug 26 Mr on bail A new trial wiH take place in Blackman September James OHara killed John Ocean View of Chicago a truest at the hotel Block Ky Glackin at Williamstown one probably fatally shot by Island was Charlie Bas year ago com of St Louis a lad save Iliggera Find practicing at a Bkrry Ky Aug 26 While digging who wasand his family target Young Bascom are prostrated the grave for Mrs Elizabeth McNees with rief All the parties are wealthy in their old family burying ground the people and old quests here ditrgers diseovered a lot of human Oil Ileal at Flttslmrgh lie bones that had almost decayed They Pitt iu koh Aajr 26 The Standard saved a number of arms and skull Oil Co has bought and is now in pos- Â¬ bones which are now in possession of Undertaker N L Siade They are session of all the interests of the W L Mellon pipe lines and also the Melsupposed to be Indians bones lon producing interests It is the bigDrowned Herself in tne Kentucky River gest oil deal that has been consumErne Cor rKANKFoKT Ky Aug 26 mated for years and involves about who came to 3o0o 00 besides giving the big neille ayed nineteen Frankfort about three weeks asro a f ui ther grip on the oil industry trust from Jeorgetown committed suicide Bible to He Translated Into Chinese by drowning in the Kentucky river Vw COCYHL B C Aug 26 Among She had told all her friends she was unhappily married but had scparatea the passengers who will leave for the Orient on the Empress of la pan this from her husband week is Right llev S F J Scher r ntt Against Mason Hoge Co D eschewski retired Protestant Frankfort Ky Autr 26 Suit is to bishop of China who is engaged on a be tiled here against Mason Hoge Co most important task viz Translation for 3Ki for balance due on the con- of the liible into the Chinese from the tract for the lease of Eddyville peni- original tongues tentiary Another uit for 49 will Green Bottle Wage Scale Settled be filed against the Frankfort Manu Aug 26 The green PiTrsiu iiii factur ng Co for hire of convict labor glass bottle wage scale for Is- - was in the Frankfort penitenWary settled Saturday night with an advance Senitor Lindsays L tter LorisvnLK Ky Aug 26 Senator of five per cent over last 3 ears wages committees were in Lndsay has written a letter to the The conferencedays Â¬ demcratic state central committee in session three offer of and the compro- Â¬ mise was the the manufacturwhich he saj s that Hardin is wrong ers after an exhaustive discussion on 1 he senator however advises that for wages the partys sake the currency question trade and Suicided In the lciiitentiary be dropped 111 TlH111 Aug 26 Jacob Miller Killed nr a Falling Tree Hi I II III I Ky Aug 26 Thos a Chicago wife murderer who was Laham aged 20 year- - was eaaght bv serving the first year of his 2i year sen- Â¬ a falling oak which he wascntting and tence committedsuicide in the peniten Â¬ crushed to the ground his body being tiary here Sunday He jumped over the mashed into a pulp He died half an iron railing in front of the upper tier of cells His head struck the stone hour later in great agony floor and his brains were dashed out A Six Foot Rattlesnake Dangerous Anarchist Arrested Enteririsk Ky Aug 26 Ander Rimk Auy 26 A dangerous anarchEon Logan of Grassy Fork killed a rattlesnake in the tan bark woods that ist has been arrested in Aneona for de measured 6 feet in length and was over clanng publicly that he would follow the 6 inches in diameter It had 32 rattles the example of Caesario Santo Car youth who assassinated President a button and not of France The prisoner has al- Â¬ Cnt a Man to Pieces ready been convicted eleven times Ky Aug 26 At the sftirtnTHrir More Water for Marion works Sunday afternoon lames water Marion X Aug 26 The Marion Lyle carved Peter Sullivan to pieces Lyle escaped but is closely pursued by Water Co has contracted for four new wells to be driven near the reservoir in the police and twenty five infuriated order to keep up the supply of water citizens for the city sentenced for llonse Kreaking A Baal to the Death AugLawrknckbiku Ky 26 Tampa Fla An 26 Adolph Cua Daniel Elliott was sentenced to two fero and Augustine Tieibe Cubans years imprisonment in the penitentiary for house breaking The grand fought with dirks Cuafero was killed and the murderer escaped jury returned fourteen indictments Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aug 26 Mr Park- Â¬ er Watkins Hardin democratic nom- Â¬ inee for governor will be allowed to construe the platform to suit himself He has informed the state central com- Â¬ mittee that he does not propose to give up his convictions at the behest of any caucus of the party His fellow candi- Â¬ dates with one exception indorse his views This is the result of the conference that was called by Chairman Long Saturday afternoon for the purpose of trying to find a common ground upon which both sound money and hard money men could stand No common ground was discovered and a great deal of feeling Hashed up at one time or another but in the end the sound money men concluded that there was no remedy for the situation and will quit trying to find one No further attempt will be made to discipline a candidate who persists in running upon a platform of his own FIRE AT A MINE Shaft Hoiie Engine Room Fun HfMise Ky LorisvniE Washington Aug 26 An unofficial report to the secretary of the navy recently received contains further evidence of the general superiority of the Â¬ Â¬ At the Iowa Republican convention held at Des Moines on Jnly 10 the Hon Joseph R Lane temporary chairman made the following reference to the silver question Silver being necessary iD the nionry of the world we must either maintain its coinage at par by legislative limitation of the amount or change the coinage ratio of the basis of its market value Under the policy of legislative limitation of the amount aided by redempam of demand we have tion when in been able t Otaifl at par our si ver coin although its intrinsic value is much less This policy was satisfactory so long ns the price of silver continued high but when it became rednced on account oi uvfrprodaetfon and other causes than ar BP a dfmauil by the producers of er for special silver legislation This claim has now crystal lized into a demand for free and unlim ited noinage of gold and silver at the ratio of IS to 1 This moans to give td every man to every nation the right to deposit at the mints of the United States silver in unlimited qnantity and to demand and receive m return free of charge or cost that silver coined into money at the ratio of 10 to bearing aha stamp of our government In my judgment such a policy will make America the dumping gronud of silver for the world It means we would be brought at once to a silver basis It means the degradation of onr dollar to 60 cents It means repudiation It will bring an avalanche of silver bnt i rest for labor The Republicans of Iowa op pose this In the state of Iowa if we owe a debt we expect to pay it in moiey worth 100 cents on the dollar in money of eqnal purchasing power with any other money of the world If any one owes us we demand and expect pay ment in money of equal value This is a vital question to all classes The farmer the laborer the merehant the manufacturer all classes have an interest in the maintenance of good currency The dollar they receive for their productions and lalwr should have the highest pur chasing power and bo as gixxi as the haw purchasing dollar in the world Upon a sound caxTHkCy depends to a large extent the development the prosperity the success and the maintenance of our people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ The claim therefore that the money payniiit BM been reduced one half thereby depriving the public of sufficient volume is simply groundless till use gold and Rilver both and have more than wo ever had prior to the passage of the act of 1873 The claim also that the currency has contracted thereby appreciating the value of gold is shown to be false by the enormous output of gold last year It was the largest in the worlds history and amounted to 181600000 The worlds coinage of gold in 1893 rose to 38378o000 and that of silver to 18o889000 making the largest yearly coinage in the worlds history with The worlds possbly one exception stork in full legal tender gold and silver today s hv the largest statistics fs in jhioihm gold and 348800000 silver and it must not lie forgotten that even though the gold standard may be in force the silver coined furnishes money for final redemption to relieve the pressnie upon gold just as if it had been coined npon a free coinage plan The claim that gold has appreciated by depreciating the value of prod nets is based upon the theory that the iswreaae in the valne of silver and in the value of products luis been contem Â¬ poraneous A careful examination of the fasti shows this not to ha tine The average decrease of commodities sin e 1871 baa been about 20 per east The heaviest decline has been in the line of those things which the masses of the people buy All these reiuetions in prices are partly attributed to a lessened cost of production and partly to the re cent jiaiiie While the commodities have fallen 20 per cent silver has fallen 50 per cent But to consider particular articlos In 1878 com sold for 41 cents a bushel sil ver was worth 131 an ounce In 1895 corn sold fur 83 cents silver was worth 67 cents an ounce Silver bad fallen 0 per cent and corn had risen 2 per cent 17 a bushIn 1S73 wheat vis worth el silver was 181 an ounce In wheat was 134 a bushel silver was 1 16 an ounce In 1880 wheat was i0 cents ilver 104 In 1896 wheal was scents a bushel silver 07 cents an of final Â¬ 1 Â¬ Commodities Have Fallen Twenty Per Ob Silver Has Kedueed One half In his speech at Jaines ville Ga on July 23 the Hon Hoke Smith said FOR STACKING HAY- of the Bast and Cheapest Derricks Ever Devtnno out-of-ds- rs I One of the best and cheapest derricks consists for sUcking hay simply of one straight pole 40 feet hurh secured In sn upright position by means of four guy ropes each about 90 Â¬ feet long Place the pole in a some what sianting position so that the top will be directly over the center of the Lf iiwi ajaw L Wal TrlTta - CaCaKaf seures the Serpents Sting s Running Sores I Tieiniift Tr BLOOD P0IS01 XjjjaiEs juis- - moves ine poii on aoa nasi aaasa saei aiWi ri enw b w m sn it Plately eradlcatas s 1 i up we system mmm wm evas Ga SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta KENTUCKY CENTRAL R BLUE GRASS ROUTE FOB STACKING HAT For instance if the stack Is o feet square the bottom of the pole will be phaaad on theontside of this square with the top directly over the center Fasten a strong piece of wood tafl feet on tne bottom of the pole with wire rings in each end by means of which it can be staked firmly to the ground The four guy ropt s are fastened to the top of the pole and to the ground by means of a stake The pulleys and hay forks are attached much the same as in a barn and are operated stack be 18 Shortest and Quickest Route frorr Kentucky to All Points Nor and South west Through train service between nsti Middlesborouuh and Points on C Ki Â¬ Â¬ and Knoxville Tenn lss -- ounce DEMANDS OF SILVERITES They Ask More For Silver Than Has Ever Keen Granted to old Ouo of the claims made by the advo cates of silver is that the government should treat both metals alike How does the government treat gold For every 28 2 grains of pure bullion de posited in the mint the owner receives Â¬ Exchange of Compliments The Stumbling Block ALL SUFFICIENT REASON Â¬ Â¬ The manner in which my father-in-latreats me said the count is shameful ne has allowed my debts to accumulate my monthly remittances have fallen into arrears he has left me penniless But said the lawyer that is not sufficient ground for divorce I dont want a divorce said the count But cant I sue my father-in-lafor damages Has he not violated an implied contract Oh yes replied the lawyer You can prove cruelty and abandonment and non support You see no obstacle then to com mencing such an action at once None except that my retainer is payable in advance Bat the count strode haughtily from the room Life w Â¬ Â¬ ilssenger Well thats quite reason- Â¬ I knew from your face you able wouldnt le extortionate I knew from Cabman Thankee your face that youd be too mean to pay more than the legal fare without a lawsuit Tit Hits Inprecedcnted Upguardson I had a singular experience last Tuesday You remember it looked like rain and the weather proph- Â¬ ets predicted rain Atom Yes WeU I brought my umbrella raincoat and rubber shoes down town that morning Â¬ Â¬ Passenger alighting Whats the charge Cibman One shilling from cab a gold dollar weighing 21 n grains and nine tenths fine The government stamp adds nothing to the value of the metal RIGHTS OF PROPERTY It simply certifies to that value and puts the metal in a form convenient for The Spirit of Tree Coinage Is Ksspntially Socialistic In Its Tendencies use Everywhere in the world gold thus It cannot 1 denied that the spirit of coined is worth If you go to Europe the little piece of foil is worth much of the free coinage literature is 1 If your house nrns dv the little distinctly opposed to those rights of property which are at the rrrftlf of onr lump of gold that was worth pre vious to the tire will be worth 1 at auy whole social system It is not needful to dwell on the fact that human pi g jewelers anywhere ii only possible when the producers The advocates of free silyer do not of wealth are protested in the p want silver treated this way Oh no They ask for more They ask that the sion of all they create The examples of owner of silver bullion be permitted to those countries where property is inse cure is sufficient proof that the enjoy take it to the mint and have the government stamp 371 grains with the ment of property is the first rtirnisite of necessary alloy t a dollar of equal civilization Various schools of agitators such as legal tender with the gold dollar when today the value of the bullion in the the socialists communists ami anarchdollar is worth SOly 51 cents They ask ists are seeking to abolish the instituthat the government stump its tiat to tion of private property In the cheap the extent of 47 cents shall be put oa money agitation which is sweeping over every cents worth of silver they take the eonntry we find the essential ideas to the mint Say the house burns again of the socialists etc in another form The piece of silver worth 1 the night There are in this country a large numbefore because of the stamp only is only ber of people who have saved a little money which they have loaned out to worth o3 cents when taken to the jewothers The advocates of free silver eler Dont yon see that the silver people boldly claim that the result of the adopare asking more from the government tion of their money scheme would be to for silver than was ever granted by any take from all creditors one half of their goyerument in the world for gold One property by enabling deb rs t repay metal stamped 1 because of its value their loans with dollars worth half M the world over the other stamped much aa of those- borrowed This ia nothing less than a proposition to take 1 i cents anywhere and worth but If we are to have tiat money why not the property of those who have saved money and invested it and to give it to have it all fiat and not 47 cents fiat who have borrowed or in other If we are to have fiat money let it be paper Bnt the silver people claim that words the confiscation by law of one if the government passes a free coinage half of all the loans of the country When the farmer and workingmeu un of silver bill silver will immediate ly jump in price from now being worth derstand that this is the real object of r cents for 171 grains to 100 cents the free coinage agitation will tlv y for the same amount Do yon Inlieve continue to favor the attack on private it Somo people are almost illiug to property believe that the moon is made of green A Financial Charlatan cheese Humboldt Tenn Messenger The Minneapolis Tribune says Congressman Joseph C Sibley of Pennsyl Too Much Business vania is put forward as the silverite candidate for the preaManey Mr Sib ley is not widely known to the eonntry but he gave the public some taste of his quality in his stieeeh at the Memphis convention on Wednesday evening The gist of his speech is contained in the four following political axioms which he says emlwxly the result of his study of the money question First Double tho volume of money and yon double prices Second Divide the volume of money and you divide prices Double the volume of mon Third ey and yon divide the debts Fourth Divide the volume of money and you double the debts If Mr Sibleys first proposition were Wen vyp MAKES CSCLE SAM A SLAVX true how easy it would be for govCrn ment to regulate valm s by simply increasing or decreasing the volume of DESTRUCTIVE SILVERHOPPERS circulating medium If doubling the A Plaffae That Threatens to Be Worse volume would double values quadrupThan the Grasshopper ling it would quadruple values The farmers in Kanas Nebraska and creasing it a thousandfold wouldand in other western states have in past years every dollars worth of property make worth snffered greatly from a plague of grass1000 In this way property could be hoppers which swarmed in millions increased in value sufficiently to make over the prairies devouring hay grain everybody rich Baltimore Sun and other crops Wherever the greedy insects came they brought desolation Kentucky Fashion and many flourishing settlements were What will yen take the Nation said Kcutucly than njilicd completely mined by th p ts Within 1 guess Ill have sound mon y straight ad cultivation the swarms gradualWith silver on the side ly diminished and of late have done litWashington Post tle harm But another and worse foe to the Silver Craze Waning farmer is abroad in the land Especially That the people are retrruing to their in the south west and n Tthwest there - and that therefore the silyer haj sprung up a plague of silverhoppers craze is waning is evident from the hu that threatens the destruction of oar na- - morous way in which the Indiana editors disposed of the subject a few days M a ago at tiieir state association They adopted the following resolutions WrP1S Jhtrt o be a large and 1 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ This is the production in which our people are directly interested The claim that the value of cotton de pended upon the rise or fall of silver has n shown to without founda tion this year Cotton in the last four mouths has risen 30 percent silver 5 per lit Prior to 1878 the price of cot ton varied from 4 to 40 oettta Silver never fell below 129 In 141 O sold for 4 cents Silver was then 132 an ounce CbttOaV Â¬ lt Â¬ For making the pole I use two tele- Â¬ graph poles one 0 feet the other 4 feet and splice them firmly together For guy ropes take ti or 7 strands of No 12 galvanized wire draw them tight and twist The best way to do this is to fasten one end to a po6t by means of a chain with a swivel and pull them taut with a larce wire fence stretcher such as is used in putting up wcven wire fnce The swivel will permit the Vmnch of wires being The guy twisted any desire amount ropes will cost 0S4P the pole IS90 and in addition you will need the hay fork and pulleys which can be taken from the barn The total expense of this device is consequently only JM90 The whole apparatus in position is shown I have used this kind of a in the cut hay pole for two years ami can recom- Â¬ mend it It is the best derrick for stacking hay that I have ever triad Several of my reighbars have used it With the anil all of them are pleased pole 40 feet long a stack 30 to H feet high can easily be built The higher the pole the easier for the man on tlie stack Farm and Home --1 imil arly LN NO RR 8eadalc ia Kfrtt Jaue St Daly Lve rinclnuatl Lve Covington Vrr 8i Purls Air LexingtoIve Parts Ait Lve W tTe ralniouMi Lve fynthisua- n- i4 ivi8 1210 s in 819 a m 943 a it a n am nn S aa Pm pm P pm pm Lve Arr R LveK Lve Berea Arr Livingston Lve Llvingslon Lve London rr lorbin Lve rin lie I 11 142 310 p m pm p p p 530 600 p p m m m m m Arr Cunii iap Lv Cnmil uap Arr Jellicii Arr Knoxville Lve Rich mom Vrr Roi iici Arr sioifor NORTH- - BOITN1 ve RowlamL Arr Rlriiinoii I Lve Knoxville Lve JelKco Lve C Lve WIIIU 45 pn m m 550 p 6 10 p 800 a 125 p 4 TD m m m 425 pm -- No 2 Got Oriyllght Throaich Clubby -- Did aetaally put a bullet through his head last night I thoiiarlit that he Willie Heally was particularly rational this iTorning Y World wheu I met him--ScHmlalous- it you know that Weggy Kx Daily Sun M No I Air Willi Hojack disgraced Sunday Tomdik Hojack ters from going out Did you bear now Skldmore his family at church last Xo how waa it lve MMdlrshli foieville Lve Rarbrvllle rr Cartsta Lve lnniion Li vi rii i- -a f The minister read two chapthe Acts and he insisted jn lietween them Judge Â¬ Why Tlw y Came ljte Vrr Riehmoml Lve Richmond Arr VVtucliesler lve Winchester rr Lve Lexington lve Livingston lve BercR- - 6ao 700 Baa 91 1 am ti T 10 a in a I Husband iin hat and overcoat Good gracious Havent you got your coat on ye Wife Its all fixed except tucking xi my dress sleeves so they wont get mussed Ill le ready in half an hour N Y nana Lve Lve Kalniiith Arr ovinijinii Arr Cincinnati- - Lve aa 1024 am 1030 am MAYSVILLE BRAN NORTH Weekly At the Hill A How every day do you manage to win tJ NL - Lve Cincinnati lierg--friend who knows all about it tells me which horses to buy Hill And you do just as he tells you BeTy- - No just the opposite - N Y World Lve Covington exiiigtoi Puns Arr - Carlisle Johnson Maysville MIMersburg l it tie Koom Smithers now many jokes on the bathing suit h ve you written to day lcn lVniiis Pen Dennis My dear boy theres not room enough on the average bath Â¬ ing suit to write more than one Town Topics N- SOCTHBOlNI Lve Ex - Maysville Johnson Carlisle Millerslnirg rr Paris Lexington Covington Cincinnati rati Our She Is Mr Dudley much of a mili- Â¬ tary man He tof Ours- Well I should say he was lie can put on a fresh uniform every morning with two changes dur- Â¬ ing the day Detroit Free Piaaa -- Iarlor Soldiery Ko- - fn- tlier Information or freight oill Ticket and Kmig R N I B R R THE MARKETS winter extra fcva ZTO spring patent X S75 spring fanrv St l 3 spring family z80 s iim rye r WcSlii WiiEAT aes of No 2 rcl track 64c No 3 track tile sample red track tiVr tag ASc rejected track Ji c sampledo land- Â¬ landing Ooaat BatM of No 2 mixed track at 17c No - white track at 88c No 2 yellow track St 37c Mrs Sales of No mixed track 23c re Â¬ jected mixed track No 3 mixed track 2H4C fancy FrorR Winter patent 1 ClNclNSATr I si winter family is KRS 300 il50 Aug t Time Table No fect May 1ST CI 24 In Ef- Â¬ 12 1895 AS 2 Ex Sun Ex Si e M i le choice butchers tiarjioa Knu 400 common Rrx No would sell at IV on track Fair to food shippers IxvSlfJaJa 2 lc Versailles Nichoiaville Valley View Million muum IO 11 32 45 lt r 12 6 40 O 13 S 11 buicher nod lisjht II II IO IO W50common and large 100 Hoos Market slow at ijlOc lower Butch Â¬ ers W70 4 7 mixed packeri ftOO 470 good light 47ii4 UO common and rough H Outat iirrPAND LsMBs Shcei eady Lxtris f1c 375 good caolce j common to fair jl00ji7i M7ket Lambs 3 1 Caives Market am 3 2d i era Union Mobcrly Panoia Irvine Ds m OS Brasfield as 17 is 30 11 35 1 is 830 p 14 s 00 V 00 3 X WEST BOUND Ex SobJEx Sal Irvine Panola awawaa Moberly Union Richmond Vallty View Mkaalasviile Versanti r I 1 No - W3Q aOO WHEAT ber Msc cash fcc tochoee common to f r KTS 42V Ang X Tolido Quiet No 2 red c rtcm- December 67Sc May 71c No 3 red KOKl fel a a o 45 5 4 30 I 40 1 57 3 35 4 3 30 miTe1 Casb Je No 3 yellow cash 3 c Oats No 2 white ca h 3c KTE -- Mc September No 2 cash 45c MarchyeaPrime No S white 23a do September 4 0b r m h goat to 36Sc last price Chicago Aug Calls on September wheat opened at Sc sold bet we last Sc Puts opened a be tween 61Jc and 60J 81c last price d80V alls on l lianai com opened at i Trains between Loui viile aad Versatile Trains between Cincinnati anl N daily Ail trains connect with Soothers Rails aad with the t S return to Richmom For through ralei any ticket agent or w H AD Hoars in J5Sf5 JiTSLS wih him is Yes Well it rained Chicago Tribune Hopeless A Miss Passe ist I adore Then yourself a little De Anber art Sensitive Soul So you are really an I art Â¬ suppose you paint Miss P drawiughervlf up I think you are awfully rude Mr De Auber Truth Fond Parent Bobby why will yon always persist In pushing In the eyes of your little sisters dolls Bobby conclusively j Because I cant pick em out --Truth How About the Cabbage Crop Smith There is one very strange A Short Visit thing about you Brown Mrs Newwed If ue wait until the twelve oclock train we wont get to mothers until eleven oclock at night and shell be asleep by that time Mr Newwed Well then we can leave our cards and take the next train back N Y Weekly Evening at the Summer Resort Ada Matters are growing serious between the new boarder and Miss Papa She knelt beside the dejected fig ire and fondly kissed the drooping head Papa can I not keep the wolf from the door with my singing He was without hope although ho smiled My child he sighed your singing would keep almost anybody from the door but the wolf is pretty nervy you know Detroit News Tribune Honesty the Best Policy tFwV 5j What is it Vou are a wholesale cigar manufacturer and yet you never take the slightest interest in the tobacco crop As a cigar manufacturer vhat have I got to do with the tobacco crop Tammany Tides Â¬ Brown Blanche Yes they are on the bal cony now it is a case of two souls with but a single chair Puck Â¬ the virtuous procer it Is really too bad The honest blood coursed through his veins and lit up his kindly face He bent down and looked into a basket intently while a sudden spasm passed over him Yes he re- Â¬ pealed it is too bad and he p g out of the basket marked thirty gently dropped it among entv five - Ti tional prosperity credit and honor These new pests would if unchecked the country a greater loss in one year than have the grasshoppers since they first appeared They seek to lish a financial policy which means the repudiation of debts the nt of our money and the adoption of the 50 cent dollars which are the cnrrei Mexico With false and misleading promwes of increased wealth which they pretend would follow the enact ment of a law for the free coinage of silver at Hi to they try to delude th farmers into supporting their sche Were they to be successful trade and in dustry would be paralyzed capital nn from agriculture siness depiessi on would anliÂ¬ Â¬ 1 affeeHrt vf - i asS4S2fKiy - the part of doiititl th concur in tins therefore any ay that does havet nd that can better be dona loMcinr Th t if one uot really have to crons a a stream at once if tt is hhakv and n need of paired stream is fallinirnaei gives pri of being in snch condition that it may ne forded or crossed drv 1mmI oas needs u be on the other part of wisdom to camp oi the olive brunches In the shady grove on nde of the river thcnas3n lrsif thlt th hlnk 12 farther study of the question the latter and as each and on U September nheat sold on the curb at l Sw York Aug 24 FLocB state and western weak HEA No rert rtmi j sjujr September i-nro iC 36c Puts t price ac 38e sold opened at xas Iexmtn and t i other information apply TCWSc bid ol7aNw1lUey October CH -- si at Genl rm Passenger Ma nnniwiVTi Deenber nntendent Agt Versail r aTOSe 2 -- May SePember No 44V Kc Oc Â¬ nt 44c dtt 23c bid we tern F Dull No 2 red spot and August eptcmberMistAMasc December a s- - Mixed spot and August September 4 4 c January JB Oats No 8 white wester No mixed do 2SurviI MfW ataatt 4j4r Dont Mother you I Conclusive Proof sent you mv ph- - era ph -- t prices The wage earner the laborer snd the Hoes Receipts verv light demand stead market teady at unchanged prices salaried man should bo teeth and too Sheep rail against free silver because the HO good Kxports ii 5niz70 fair a ia vealTcalves lanount they reserve will not be in HOOftM heavVaS d while the prices of living will shin calves 2 00 go up They are much worse off t hin AU I4 MeerTp the t merchant and the fanner Their wages mon to good ataxaaa- - aasn i are not flexible ood HOBytaoO gd graaaara fed K7J 376 jus1 at once It takes time if Meau Yorkers to wnile they must work at starvation mixed packers if good 14 choice -- ood 104 JES rates and pay inflation pa heavy 1610 55 common grassy Will Cateh It Worst ATTLE steady and at unchanged PlTTSBCBGH Aug Receipts very lisrht market M waa ia - Married Daughter ell i iimld say it is It is so lifeline that when my husband saw it he turned aa pale as a grhost Texas Siftings lleorge Was All Right Her Mother I abhor kissing The idea of placing your lips to the lips of a man Herself But i dont mamma Georges mustache always prevents it Brooklva think it is a gu liken- - CATTt-B-Uch- rf Chiefly 1 nngs gan lots light to good nm and heavy Whor are the bruins king of Mbwpka asked the SHur am r SIW no extra mLnibB tta IS acre iuF 22 meU What waa it pleaaef I attended a rrasa Doctor v who is afflicted with hay fever Oakland Times A dialect dictionarii told of the author of a gloas prem village nd Doctor st First Doctor Well doctor ir case to day Aaothar Widow Joke I had a ed 1 j - tho chef man lie roar majesty hadnt any your tusoas thing IV and COBUOOO mixed sheen extra tana J wwwt aii A o to the great man ie m WH a another that is ninic bat 16 to 1 be-- dav 14 Cat aK Z7 lBnrAWAIr Ind Aug M inowby steady at vestar 1480 medium si ter quotn tXlllC II IT her All as P IT 11 primer than what den you he is v Dr Worlds Fair Highest Award Prices Cream Baking Powder Hed repudiators ana y men pledged to support honest money erstand irar-- ofee lambe best sheep - K t