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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 T V D VOLUME PROFESSIONAL IX COLUMN RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S I8 i WEDNESDAY NEW II NUMBER 1 SEPTEMBER 41895 DELICATE o o THE RED FLAG Concealed by YORKS NAME DE27TAI STOGEST Govt Report JL RlCMMc HAKKIS ML MD DDS jb hriff mwork p a specialty m strict r bM A 1 OfScr in m J ATEi MoKGAN A- - YATES cvrsrs Kkntviky -- Mam Street over Madison National 3 WKLUY W MKGIX HKMJST KrMWKY OienauUn grocery No 16 Second 45 DR A WILKES SMITH KXTAL KMCW01T K h N r SbhtJ Main M Street Office 3 PETSICIAITS DR A KENNEDY V rail 74 4T 8DRGEOM Krs 04 Mam Street up DR JOHN M FOSTER Ktsm ky a w EVANS M I Richmond Kknticky DR T ID 1 TAYLOR ii Mfdiciui mid Sutrfry - - Kkntitky - Second Street over Yeagers Jewelry adeect en Third Street DR H viNI - R tIRStx IAN AND 6 1 EON Kbttookt 70 Sec- in the Je ollins building iP and 7 CHAS HOOKER rKTERINAMT SVRG1 Iicnrts lry and Sterility ad a Specialty ii -- THWART ASI SURGEON Khs PHYSICIAN ATToarrETS lHKN D PARRI8H ATTORNEY AT LAW Ki sncKY Patent Caveat Trade Mark Desagaa fcsOat patentability of invention Free of r terms 46- r rialrnt write me - J A srLMVAX ATTORNEY AT LAW KrN11KY n Street up taia H B HO ATTORNEY AT LAW - RlHMONII Offic- - KkNTICKY 31 street op stairs 30 V B SMITH ATTORNEY AT LA W - RKHMONI Offi c in F - KlVTlCKV 31 CJlin BaiMtac at head of stairs 30 c t If CHBNADLT sbrcct - ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rkhuond ifnee on Sccoad Kknticky 31 over Chenaultt gro-30 WK SHACKELFORD ATTORSEY AT LAW - Richmond 1 - Kkn Office over Rich- all the Courts ate as ol Capertot bc pons AGENT NEW YORK LIFE Assets - 162000000 20000000 oi ill Fcnus Policies V Written FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medi cinal Uses in 5 and 10 gallon Packages a specialty Creek Liquor Wholesale Dealers 10 9 bptj SOt OF U KY Manufacturer of anl Dealer in the contraction of old Yorks original qualify- Â¬ Eurewic took place before the FOREIGN and AMERICAN MARBLE and GRANITE ing New wasatlded for if York is bad New Eurewic would be unbearable Notwithstanding the Orders of the Monuments Tonibs Tablets Healstonee Irns statuary etc says the Sun Yorks still earlier nam Mayor to the Contrary of Kboraeum would have gone no bet-Â¬ IT IS ft SUPERB TONIG and 7 ter with New and her Celtic name of Caer Ebroc would have been even exerts a wonderful influence in socialists Hold a Celebration at tvhlch Hrar Seehet Mirtael x ttwab and Lacy worse than any of the others with a strengthening Y0TJR TRADE SOLICITEDC her system by tnoul Attend Red Flag Iresent- third element prefixed The syllable chan- Â¬ ed to the socialistic Labor Party driving through the proper wie which has almost disappeared Work delivered to any part of the State Write for designs and pricea in the contraction of Eurewic to York is nel all impurities Health find CniCAOO Sept 2 The Knights of Â¬ KENTUCKY NEWS rather the Saxon wic meaning an abid strength are ouaranteed to result CONDENSED NEWS KNOWLEDGE Proprietor the lied Flag carried their banner ing place than the Danish wick meanthrouph the streets of Chicago Sunday Briinrs comfort and improvement and Gathered from All Tarts of the Coonrry ing a station for ships surely an ap- from Its use Francis and Irvir Corner 13 by Telegraph My wfe n as bedridden for eighteen months tends It personal enjoyment when notwithstanding the order of the may- Â¬ Tha Latest Kewl From AM Parts Of tli propriate suffix for so great a seaport FKMALE jiimoii altht The debts of the Standard Wagoil as the chief commercial city of the new after tiM for BHA DFIELDS petting wellREGU rightly used The many who live bet- - or but its redness was concealed by a LATOR titn monhi is covering of black They held a cele Co Cincinnati foot tip 374536 t r than ithrsand enjoy life more with J M JOHNSON Malvern Ark world LANE IS SAFE bration Sunday afternoon in the back celebrated more promptly sTLiyTA GA Sedan was appropriately extwnditoue by New York is really no worse off BBtrtFlEtl aMUM CO ing the worlds best products to vard of a saloon on Clybourn avenue There Never va Danger or ttie Slayer of by the Germans of SL Louis Sunday Bold by all SniRista at S10O per bottle however in the matter of its name than ltolenlangh Iteini I uchnl at which Oscar Neebe and Michael if plvical being will attest The picture frame factory of George good many other cities are or have 2 S pt Kv The Keller Chicago was destroyed by fire a IKXIMion the viiiie to health of the pure liquid Schwab two of the anarchists parÂ¬ been York with or without the New People Iixtive principles embraced in the doned by Got AUceld and Iucy lar frientls of Newton Lane hi this city Sunday Loss JUuOO Do you know where II get is better than Mudtown which is no un- Â¬ sons were present remedy Syrup of Figs The day was made wlicb has heen his home for the past W Shorten married of fair translation of Lutetia the ncient Lev John excel lenee is due to its presenting the occasion for the presentation of a two years dive been much worried Mason O is allefred to have eloped Roman name for Paris lestowed upon in the form must acceptable and pleis handsome red flace to the socialistic over the reports of the danger of his with Miss Maggie Geyer the city of the Parisii because of its Mat to the tas te the refreshing and truly laoor party of Chicago by the wives lieiig Synched ut Versailles and on Gen Ely S Parker fuil blooded In London by the way lax- Â¬ has dian and kinp of the Six Nations is mud houses from lv neficiml properties of a perfect and diiujrhters of socialists At the this account a correspondent takes its name the fortified hill of made a careful savnatqrattosi of the dead at Fairfield Ct where he was p nrnds it was unfnrled amid great ative effectually cleaning the system M c- WORLD the Hritons where St Pauls cathedra Donrrc dispelling colds headaches ard fevers cheers but it was not waved according matter It is found that there is no Visiting now stands Dublin Is a name conceal JUU danger of Kane bein lynched nor has ana permanently curing constipation 5001 to onlers Count Gabriel Karolyi a prominent ing two unattractive syllables meaning It has piven satisfaction to millions and The gathering of socialists some of there ever been The people of Nicho radical member of tha lower house of the Mack pool and Liverpool is literal- met with the approval of the medical whom declared themselves to be an- lasidlc feel Very mnel aggrieved be Â¬ YlCSSB the reichsratii u ueaa 01 lv the pool of the living creatures so profession beaMM it acts on the Xid archists and others who would be in cause Lane kilted JlsB lodenbaurh apoplexy called because wild fowl abounded iuvs Liver and Bowels without the ta ought sulted at the name was not so large or but the also feel Chief Harris has issued his procla upon the waters of a pool near the site ening them and it is perfectly free from eot Unsa tic as similar assemblages to take its course A gentleman from mation calling the Cherokee legisla of the city Brussels is conjectured to i very obiecti mahle substance Mt Sterling where Lane area reared have been Visiting Cards and Wedding Invitations Easfnavod A k lruir-eist- up of Fiir is for nak 1T5 put if Lane no doubt sltot ton tiick ture to meet in extra session on Sep- mean either swamp or thicket and 1 he speakers of the day were M V Rome may be merely the early Latin tember 11 nlMc and 1 bottles but it is manIritzeus and Michael Schwab After bnt the- Ki titniky idea is lint to con Near Logansport Ind James Welch equivalent of the crossroads from the For Boy ufactured by the California Fig Byrup the presentation Mr Britreus scored vict a man until all proof is in known as Banty Welch the lone fact that the local lines of travel met niy man name is printel on every Mayor Swift for interfering with the know nothing about the cise out I be- - fisherman of the Wabash was anllonlls struck at the Fornm Berlin is conjectured packar also the name Syrup of Fig lieve it will come out in the proof that citizens s7 Opposite Htel Glyndoa Richmond Ky Wear W I- - Donajlaa shoes snd tats rroaa and beiiii well informed you will not libertv of American to march bv refns V t wi il - UUU HI BIMIMl nilCU Oy a Panhandle freight train and to mean the short lake Other guess snd All Mylv SI OO to 83 00 a pair ing them the right lllUUUL I1C throntrh ttathrr has incn SMf t 1 V lillha killed t any substitute if offered ers take it as the fre and open place I prio s of the streets with a red flag the symbol he did prce ol other mak Charles B France for many years the river island and the marshy spot resials the stamped W L BsaflMihsn name itnil price is issw of socialism RODENBAUGHDEAO that Names that are commonly accepted T inr nosnotituti president of the State National bank la r aucicTus Mass SoldDy Mr Schwab disappointed those who ontols W Joseph Mo is dead of heart dis- Â¬ as of but a single word often contain a Newton expected hira to say much regarding The Keeotid tirlim ofWapKi Uncl Mur of St aged JA3S 2 EESKA1T leriina Constan- Â¬ He was one of the phrase or awhile sentence ease H years Â¬ his lieinc put in prison The gentle 4- Vi isi iTirs 1 Col richest men in the state Ky RicJiaead Sy Sept tinople and Valparaiso are familiar exmen did say that his followers would Henry C Kodcnhaugh who was shot Albert amples Pernambuco sounds well to McDonald a succeed if a hundred thousand of them and wounded and his sn James Ro boy of Chicago committed suicide English ears but means the mouth of were thrown into crison but he failed denhaugh iustnntlv killed by Newton Sunday afternoon by shooting himself hell Cairo which has been mistaken to make any personal remarks lie Lane of Mt Sterliig in the oflice of In the head The lad hal been de by European ignorance for the name urged those present not to go home Hotel Woodford August B died shortly spondent ever since the death of his of the city is really a corruption of its Has disposed of all bis- old stK k of Jew and sleep but to fro to work and rally after oelock sattirtlay mornintr descriptive title so to speak El Ka- father a year ago their people and teach their children elrv ami has now on hand a nice new He whs iincouscioii ftr siinie hours be In the town of ML Pleasant just hirah the victorious The true name to light against oppression clean assortment of Diamond Watches Mis remains ivll beta Â¬ across the river from Charleston S fore his death of the city is Misr Bombay is only the ken to Nicholasville Sunday for burial Povd Coker shot and instantly killed Portuguese Bono Bahia good bay a Clocks Jewel y and iil the latest novelWASHINGTON ITEMS The funernl ill le the largest that has Augustin Welch his father-in-laties in the jewelry line that lie is offerini at modest enough name for an oriental plce la Central Kentucky in the latters home Coker surrendered city since the names of such usually IN 1TH OF MAKSIIAII MroNAID at less than they can - bought in any mean a great deal that is pretentious Vamungtoj Sep 2 Marshall Mc years The whole city ias in mourn He claims self defense market Dont un s this ebanes A distinctly perceptible earthquake or splendid Ispahan for example is Donald of West Virginia who for the inir Satnriiay and business was almost All we some bargains in tiie e lines suspeuiied shock was felt at Philadelphia Sunday the half of the world Astrakhan the lat even years has held the position ind lie convinced ask of you is t A telephone message from Frank morning about 6 oclock of 1nited States commissioner of fish The vibra- Â¬ city of the star Bagdad the garden of that this the place as ret Ka Copenhagen is merely the and fisheries died Sunday morning at fot siys thai Lane was verv much ag Â¬ tion did not last longer than a second justice mponc en mtirh mnrp than tW itated hen told of Uodenbau irs Or so but it was severe enough to merchants SS The concealed his residence in this city of pulmonharbor at prices that von can afford to pay WE KEEP THE 15 EST ary disease after an illness of several death and was removed from the jail awaken people from sleep news in foreign city names are you imagine serious and i REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS to the penitentiary for safe keeping months Two distinct shocks of earthquake legion as Novgonxl Neustadt Neuf- Matal diseases result Iron DONE ON SHORT NOTICE were felt at Rah way N J early chatel and even Naples And sell at reasonable prices Yon THE ENCAMPMENT aWllaUBa OF WAR SEIZED trifling ailments neglected The first was at 3 Washington Sept The treasury The Vrtrran M III Hive Only a Short Sunday morning lid naU Mad silver and warranted can always obtain value received department received a was light At 6 oclock DEADLY DISEASE OF THE TIMES Dont play with Natures telegram from bought or taken in exchange for new Mnreli It nrk of leeiratlnj Irojrreaalnf oclock but the shock lasted five seconds and was wiili us for your Your Collector of Customs Cottrell at Cedar Unelv greatest gift health The Great Increase In the Number of accompanied by rumbling LrisvulK Ky Sept- 2 The work damage has beena reported noise No orders delivered any place within Keys Fla saving that at the instiga Â¬ Cases of Faresls Hyouarefeellnff tion of the Spanish consul at Tampa of decorating the Kali- OitJ for the G out of sorts weak In connection with the cock sure the foriMiratioii Shortly after 6 o clock Sunday morn- he had seized at a point twenty miles A K encimptnent is progressing tine- and generally exstatement of Mr Howells says the al We have Imbrella covers hausted nervous I from Cedar Keys IM Remington rifles lv and the city will be promt of her lng an earthquake was distinctly felt Medical Record that the present race have no appetite v a- - r npin IP ior ni a quantity of cartri ges and 11 keps of appearance wnen the old soldiers meet n work readvmade to slip on while yon wait and cant was never so healthy and strong as begin at once tak powder which were to have been Some of the larger tirms ill pene hke cradles and people still asleep now it is interesting to read the fol ing the most relia ranging in price from one dollar dollar were awakened by the vibration The l shipped to Cuba n oneh ii iitifvinr their ilaes ble strengthening lowing paragraph written by Dr T rumbling lasted for several seconds which is and a half and two dollars that will medicine of busim Grasshoppers Fed to llnri Browns Iron Bit Secretary Lamont has been seriously S Clouston superintendent of the only by Manufactured The vets will only narch two and botmake your old frames into new umters A few fy He Morniugside afcyluin Scotland Sept 2 In llarton I Kan tles cure benefit ROBINSON CO one half miles the shortest route ever considering but it is not true that ha says o THE F P Rice Stafford and Ellsworth counties comes from the brellas at less than a new oue will cost pursued in a i A II parade All ar has decided personally to advance the 3osTOM aUsc ery hrst dse it One terrible form of brain disease Â¬ central Kansas millions of grasshop C T WELLS Manag r for- amount of the deficiency in the appro- Â¬ wett t asMrnfJ your J you with mental symptoms is certainly in- pers swarm in the fields where wheat rangements for the parade and its terth and its priation for pay of the officers and creasing Stock pleasant to Uke J We have a gold tilled spectacle of That malady might has been harvested Farmers are gat h- - mation have lieen completed Main St Richmond K fast men of the army for the last fiscal be described as a breakdown of the is coming nai ering the insects and feeding them to for the bigwill iiocueenough and in more year amounting to about KOOOO 47 4C any style with a No one lens as good as be there great center of the mind and motion in their hogs The farmers make a frame and all is put in a solid gold frame that you the bruin It always g oes on from bad of an old header rigged ud with can- Â¬ for LODGE DI3ECTCEY Kidney and Liver Sinirall ssrnrm an Orirnn Dyspepsia OUR TWO LANGUAGES to worse until it renders its victim utvas screen running over two rollers will pay live dollars for that we will Sept 2 The Ken Li xiMToN Ky M IMafK Neufalgia Troubles terly helpless in mind and body and The machine is driven over the field One Ised In Conversation the Other In sell you at rifty seven cents warrant a a weekly publication tucky Argonaut kills him in a few years No cure and and the hoppers fly acainst the can Constipation Bad Blood Written Knellsh Richmond I oHge No Ij meets second has been leased by the Sinirall organ scarcely any mitigation of this latter Nervous ailments 1 tit Alalaria A writer in the Educational Review ind fourth Tuesdays in each month S vas and rollers and are killed Then they are shoveled into a wagon and ization and will be run as a daily in the prefaces an article on English litera- day curse has yet been devised It is a iarAaMf --nMHlali tc P Desiderate Master J Speed Smith interest of Mr J B Simrall candi disease of cities of restless lives of a Ct rtnlv th c Miiinf it has crossed red fed to the hogs SecretErv date for the democratic nomination to ture in the college by the de laration active brains in their prime sometimes 9 hut s on the wrai tier All others are sub- Roval Arch Chapter No if Richmond It is now I think generally admitted Partially Oevourd by HorsDuncan ut Oaiacajutot tnwat stamps we 1 the Mayoralty against H debauchery of life dissipation meets third Tueda in each month ud set ot Ten Beautiful Vnrida that the first principle of rhetoric is of high pressureand J RatWABK N Y Sept 2 H lot ham The two gentlemen are running off the commonly HP a r ir VI wa atil hook free at Sm th Secv P Armer Seef Post a farmer living near this village tie of August 22 and since Duncan has write as you speak The pedantic det L CO BALTIMORE MD Durimr the past year the asylums of Richnond Commtnderv No 19 Reg went to his barn to do the chores He the Lood will of thea Press Transcript claruatory Latinized diction that pre- - Scotland recived 150 new cases those of each ulur nieetint the firs Tuesdax aasvaasaassasfatriS I to secure f vailed in literary circles a nunnrct England 1400 cases and those of Iremonth Yisiin Sir KniKhts are rormal was stricken with apoplexy and found the Sinirall iles we D P Armer dead two hours after he was missed an organ for their utterances until years ago is no longer the standard land 52 The asylum statistics of this lv inited to attend BRIDC kings English In order to write well country show an even greater number The hogs had commenced to eat the September 12 E J Speed Smith Recorder it is necessary first to speak well that Madit on Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville body and when found had devoured In Ihe Cumberland River a single asylum in this state for In lirnwned is to speak naturally correctly ami meets Saturdav evenint before the full the ears fingers nose and feet The example that of Ogdenburg there Lotisviili Ky Sept 2 A special strongly A J Ross moon in every month affair has shocked the entire village 31 cases of from tilasgow Ky says Alexander B F Cotton Secretary M This is a clever and cunning as well were among 659 admissions He leaves Mr Post was T3 years old i ii ir J wus uronnrui make ISeaU OI liUrKSVlllc rw SEE THEM Kingston lodge No 31 s at Kingston as complete beggintrof the whole ques general paresis This would over 4 the a family per OR proportion of general paresis in the Cumberland river Bean and tion f meets Saturday evening before the ful Ihe assumption that we Lng- - cent EXAMINE THEM War Orpr i A R Rates attended church across lish and Americans speak as we write Alphens tie moon in evei v m until T C Witt SecChicaoo Sept 2 War is threatened the river from ISurksville When they Among seven state asylums to which M Men W M rets rv and that the ordinary rules of rhetoric PIRCHASE THEM QibsMnVl Waco Ioilge No 33S meets fourth here in J A R rates to Louisville started to return home they each got and grammar run through and under- 1942 patients were admitted in 1890 Either will purchase more Dry Goods at White Cedar Rapids and a boat and attempted to row across Sntutda in every montb W F Fielder The Burlington there were 00 cases of general paresis lie oral as well as written language is II Tumin Secretary WM Northern are apparently quoting a the river Young Gee could neither or a little over 3 per cent If 4 per Hamiton Lotlge No 578 at one cent a mile rate The evidence at swim nor row and could afford his an assumption which cannot be verified cent be the general ratio of this dis- Â¬ John I than at any other house in Richmon 1 Fnun now until July by evidence The man who says dont Union Citv meets second Sturdav in present is that some of the competing Beans body and companion no assistance ease in the state of New York then the and and who talks ohn I Hamilton W M lines will even attempt to do better was discovered everv month Jee is grief stricken about cant and isnt when he means total number of paretics among the him me John L Griggs Secret rv than this There has not been a gTeat over the accident 1st we intend to shuirhter all kinds of Dress Good No Â¬ he and I or who says done for lfl000 insane would be about 640 As a Daniel ii ne I dae No j iat Bssa stir until within a few days over rates Rndenlmnrlii Funeral did or seen for saw can take his matter of fact the number is greater meets third Saturca in ever boroutb to the national encampment lecause the proportion of this disease Ky Sept 2 The EngNifitoiAKViiiF monlir Wm Bennett W M S Old now begins to look as though but it in hand and there funeral of Col Henry C Kodenbaugh pen or pencilunexceptionable vrite loves and Hosiery at prices that will speak tions Corsets ham Secretary from the is larger in the New York and Kings lish which is county as3 lums than in those of the state W N Lanes second victim will take standpoint of person mood or tense Ledge Ho 61J meets the first will be a rate war of large dimensions Berea Saturdav in each month at 7 oclock p m place at Maple Urove cemetery here the fact lieinrr that written language is at large But even if there were but ondnetor Horribly Manirled Look at the following one third off for- Â¬ for themselves among E T Fish E L Robinson Secretary Chicago JuaCTIUX Sept 2 Ira Monday afternoon at 2 oclock Col a refinement and possibly an improve 4000 cases of general paresis Master Kodenbaugh was shot four weeks ago ment on spoken language but at the the 100000 insane people of this counHerron an Akron division conductor eviIOOF residing near here stepped from his and died last Friday night from the same time as different from it as the try it would be the extraordinary Half wool Challis sold for 25c now mer prices for cash dence of the development of a disease of the wound The largest dialect of Yorkshire from that of Corn Madison Lodge No 14 meets even train on an another track and was effects a funeral is ex wall or the talk of Yankeeland from which in the last century was certainly crowd ever present at Mondav at their hall on Main street struck by a moving switch engine pected to be here S II Thorpe N- C E- G Parrish V mangling him in a horrible manner the patois of the uplands of North not known even if it did exist 10c all wool Dress Goods at net cost In White Goods France Secretary was a member of the Masonic Carolina or the lowlands of Louisiana GL Arrested deceased Three Suspects Story of a California Pioneer Boone Encampment No 40 meets every order and highly esteemed 2 Three men Sept M Kjnnkv Kv The writer of the article in question At a recent gathering of California first and third Thursday in Odd Feilow whose names can not be learned were has fallen into the rhetorical error of pioneers at Baltimore one of the best and Silk Waist Patterns we have an endless assortment It LZ Died From an Old Wound Main street Richmond Hall on arrested in Louisville charged with as the vernacular has it putting the stories was told by the secretary of the 2 HopkiNsViiik Ky Abe L J Frazee Scribe Sept Taylor C P robbing J If Whippsstore in Liberty cart before the horse Every written Â¬ SOLO I2M Dillman died at his borne in Julien s week aero One of them has given language protected and fenced in as it association John L Stieff lie comwill pay you to price them the reduction will astonish you pared the spread before them with KNlOHTS OF HONOR after a month of intense suffering his name as Creek Mr Whipp left on may be by rhetorical fences and RICHMOND pork and beans which were served the Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets from the effects of a wound he re Â¬ an early train Saturday morning to Isfwlgf each of which is bristling with in the mining camps twenty one times shooting him- Â¬ Hosiery C rsets and Uloves which for ijuality and pr every Friday ev ning in the Odd Fellows ceived by accidentally ify the parties A thousand dol- Â¬ rules and safeguarded by exceptions to a week year in and year out and said Rice Dictator self with a pistol he was cleaning H hall at 7 oclock vtas taken by the robbers rules is only a development from the absence of women in California had those lars E W Rowland Reporter a siken language and wbether it be taught him how to appreciate them Gauze and Muslin Underwear at tire in a Coal Baa tnknnwn Man Killed by the Cars you cant touch elsewhere Ky Sept 2 The an improvement or not is an open ques- Nearly all the time he was there he HopKiNsvuiK Pax A 111 Sept 2 Fire is raging KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS in Shaft No 1 at the coal mine here body of an unknown man crushed tion At all events it must be apparent had to do all his own cooking wash Â¬ White Lige No 43 K P meets ev Miners are entombed but it is expect Â¬ and manpled almost beyond recogni- to every student of language or philPart of the time he ing and mending your attention your own price Give this 30 day cash ery Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows ed they will escape death Particulars was found on the track of the ology that we have at least in Engwas in California he was merchandisThe Sxtv filth Stote was sold to C W Tudor C C can not be obtained on account of tele- Â¬ tion hall at oclock aeparata and distinct lanipeake and Ohio railroad at Nor lish two ing and getting such prices as these for MR W S IRYOR North Street C C Hooker JC of R and S He was well dressed but guages and that if we should attempt goods it will save you money We mean BUSIXr graph office being closed Long shovels 116 checkered tonville - evidently stealing a rde when he to follow the dictum of the writer iu 32 a pair 3 each long boots shirts Electric Road From Vi ooster to Cleveland Review and write as copies of the Baltimore Sun of any ci ine to his death by falling under the the Educational Woosteb O Sept 2 The incorpoRespectfully we speak our contributions to current date 1 each flour 50 cents a pound aNnT 4a1 JaT JT ntsr-ss-cars He was 35 years of age rators of an electric railway from literature would be speedily side and picks 116 each A stiff drink of Wooster to Cleveland via Madison burg Lexingtons Idle tracked into the editors waste paper 8 I reston Seville Medina and Brooklyn IixiMiTON Ky Sept 2 A number basket It might be better for the whisky was worth about Dealers in- will at once proceed to procure right of leading- workingmen have called a genius of the Engiish language and of way meeting to be held at the courthouse for the preservation of its integrity 1 Friday evening September 6 at 8 that we should speak as we write but Died of His Injuries oclock The object of the meeting is to adopt the converse proposition and Pebu Ind Sept 2 Frank Harrold Z who was injured by falling from a to devise some means whereby the write as we speak seems the very toes Lannpfl sjrvTtiiitA nirr mi rn tree where be alighted from a para- Â¬ large number of unemployed people of climax of absurdity to those who know fUUntd nuinina oa Lexington can find something to do chute after making a balloon ascen and appreciate the distinction between ma mine- MJ ecBTilH MlBs 9 sion died Sunday from his injuries A large stock kept constantly on hand English as she is wrote and as sbe Took an Ounce of Laudanum known for IB years as tha 2 spoke Lat Crark is Laxcastkr KySept Weather Forecast for Mondar 4 BEST REMEDY for PILES ft who is in jail for breaking into a dry Sept I- - Kentucky Fair WASsTiaoroN Too Bsttl FARMERS goods store and whose trial is set for KX0MaTS warmer easterly winds shifting to southerly aflLD BT AI At the following Specialties J Mrs Beresford Vanderbillion sat alone Ohio and Indiana Fair snd slightly warmer attempted suicide Sunday Monday Pru4jTltnUS XZ2 CO 6T ZZVHI for Agricultural Im winds shifting fb southerly Call on us an ounce of lauda- Â¬ in her parlor on upper Fifth avenue 25 Harrows for 20 afternoon by taking M nents of all kinds Theodore she remarked to one of num A doctor was summoned and Farm Wagons Cbeap her flunkeys who had been summoned I know what tha KLNTUCKY Little Johnny the poison was pumped from his BUILDERS Theo-Â¬ into her majestys presence We keep in stock everything in baby is goin to be wen he grows up stomach Cider Mills Cheap B dore have you sent out the cards fot Bradley Will Rest the hardware line that you need Hes goin to be a detective Cane Hills Cheap the tea Mother Of all things Because hes REMEDY CO LorisviLir Ky Sept 2 Mr Brad- Â¬ Yes madam so smart ley announces positively that he will Evaporators Cheap R No disappointments RICHMOND KY Little Johnny Jfom Because he do no more speaking for a week or ten We make specialties of No Mrs Stevedore Mrs Vanastor Feed Cntters Cheap never sleeps N Y Weekly Miss Antique He sent me a bouquet he will go out independ- Â¬ days when Mr and Mrs Viucerbilt and all with with a rose for each year on my birthently as may be arranged by the cam one exception have promised to attend A Peculiar Fart Wheat rills Cheap TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING day There now seems young man said paiirn committee Keep out of debt Who is the exception Theodore FOR Corn Hnskers Cheap Miss Caustique What a large one it I People will thiik no likelihood of further meetings be 40 26 the philosopher We have just re-Â¬ must have been Mrs Van Houser N Y Recorder tween him and Jen Hardin Fodder Shredders Cheap better of you for it ceived word of her death Meairiar Tbal Makes a Ma llastle Perhaps was the thoughtful re-Â¬ Had Experience it A Safe Place Then she will probably not be Hay Presses Cheap Mabel and yet Ive noticed that the ply Tramp Do yon know what it is present muttered Mrs Vanderbillion Franklin Co Tenn Mav 16 1S92 Little Louise at Long Branch alHow IrritatiucOliver Plows Cheap Truth sir k be shunned by all to not have your mamma wear languidly I am fort five years old and have more twe people the gladder they why dont Washington ways seem to see me the ifrasp of a single friendly hand 1 am a esjrjhj years in bd health diamond earrings like my mammas Cook Stoves Cheap Ho Longer a Crimes Star Stranger Indeed I da Im a life inMabel She left em home and papas poor man and have to hutle for a living Horses arc Tourist in Oklahoma Steel Ranges Cheap R bid em where the robbers ant get pretty cheap here nowadays arent surance agent Judge Artistic Appreciation Bv the use of Blxck Daughl I atn now Placarded Theoi Evei yliing Cheap they CURES GUARANTEED Painter with dignity I am an art- Â¬ em in my market garden and able to hustle Where has he hid em They are so ss Oldflirt carries her years well Alkali IVe Cheap It is the greatest ist madam am as stout as 1 mule by 1 heard him tell mamma that blamed cheap that when we capture a Fer lull particulars address At SHACKELFORD GENTRYS Oh you poor effusively Madam pout and medicine on earth and doc more than it P in ihe You must bear in mind that she has hcrue thief we send him to the lunatic man Heres a quarter to buy yon nc ha T B STEPHENS Richmond Ky L A Hudson is recommended to do he gneased they would atay there something to eaL Detroit Free Press asylum instead of lnchin him Puck thrown nearly half of them away Manager Covering of Black Carried on Chicago Streets N C Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Not So Baal as It Would Have Keen Had Forks Old Names Scrvt Now that New Yorks name is uridef disenssion it Is well to be thankful that TOU Madison MorUneotal and Graoite Works FEMALE IBXIAIJFIEXaCS REGULATORS -- 3fINe WORK SPECIALTY Â¬ Â¬ GEORGE O DOZIER Â¬ Â¬ Letter Writers The Best 1000000 Wear JWlJottglasSlioesl Â¬ J The Daintiest The Most Stylish Â¬ Â¬ X i tn-iik- thl lyll 350 250 WW Jr 250 200 STATOMER M ir Â¬ - Â¬ 1 H BROWN 1 u- 1 1 k TRY US Fresh Fish loS Â¬ 0 P Armer I Fresh Meats 1 Vegetables Â¬ In Poor Health Browns J THE MAIN STREET JEWELER - Â¬ -- Â¬ f dsr loiej Â¬ T MM1 aiik Ct Till Â¬ Â¬ Iron Bitters Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SkV It Cures Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ - 1 I Is Respectfully 111 fnr-i-- Â¬ EF0 DS ECONOMIST RANGE DPARMER G01D SILVER GREENBACKS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - 65 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cumaoii d a nit Â¬ Â¬ u- Â¬ TAYLOR BROS Â¬ HHRDWHR Timr ZBUKEYErillul OlNTMItF1 t tablersDII 111 White Look Gibson Look u Â¬ ruta t COME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look o E A WATT Positive Cure G A Â¬ Â¬ - Cocaine Tobacco Habits Liquor Morphine N S O Y F O U s THE CLIMAX FRENCH D 1 TI1TN - KlllTOR M IMAGER ARMKR tvur wtDIBDII BY The Climax Printing Co PDIUkSIl PRICK IKK VKAR fl50 ANNOUNCEMENTS msm i kvWfcct u - 4 candidate Citv ihc actio of lie fr l i tdc a candidate f nma We are fictn i i tino rati w tde uiaounce J I DYKEH audi date for 4 the Demo V fir he JOHN V N i a candidate for City to the ii- - Then the pendulum swung over to the I eiiiocratic side in the midst of applause It was supposed that the nominee would say that he stood upon the platform stop right there and allow others to construe the platform to suit themselves but he didnt do it he took it upon himself to rue the platform there w ere greens and tears mixed with tinscriptural sen tences and the pendulum swung over to the Republican sidetollow e b and trembling Then it was that the I em ocratic factions put their beads together two heads are letter than one especially earn boiler or a feer keg and put It had the d forth an address Bradley stampeded and the Repub lican Suite Central Committee declared the joint delate off Ttieu the him swung hack to the Ifc toeratii Now boys catch it and hold it right where it is and it will be there when Â¬ CBOCKETT REUNION oilman - V I pfc ny and the guod ii ii- - Ctioa II- f V H the ac re clec JOH ES LILLY f Pome STATE IIEMIMKATH TltKKT I VAT HAJtl TYLER nf Fulton kT Fof Ac RC Fk VOU AN of - Ink - The descendants of famous Davy Crockett many of whom reside in Ken- Â¬ tucky have alsiut completed arrangements for their annual reunion The meeting this year will be held at Alamo Crockett countv Tenn Septemlier 17 All the railroads have offered reduced and the reunion will be the most successful yet held by the Crockett clans K Crockett of Stattaart Ark a grandson of old Davy is President of the clans and Col J i Crokett of Bowling tireen is Vice President Mrs Anna B Tuck of Plymouth 111 retary Col H F Crockett made one of the most famous races ever run in Arkansas He was a eandidatetwo years ago for the Democratic nomination for invention took over loo ballots and was dead locked He November con Jterward defeated bv a dark He has given up politics now and is one of the lest known and most successful THE M1I1T1A AT HOME lawyers in Arkansas At the reunion he All the Crock The MeCrcary tiuanls returned Mon- Â¬ will be the chief orator day evening from Henderson where etts in Kentucky and elsewhere who can My attend will be present at the rein camp for the past two weeks with the other companies of the union 1 ERSEYS inent bringing with themthe AT T I E SH ELBY FAIR urn in the competitive drill Not itauding a drizzling rain was falling There were just fifty head of Jersey when the train came in the Beeood Reg cattle led into the ring at the Shelby inent liand and a lartje crowd were at the Fair Of these sixteen were hulls and station to welcome and accompany them thirty four cow sand heifers As a whole to the armory The boea came in a 1m tter collection was peihaps never health and spirits and left a good record sseu in the State There were among liehuid them having eu tirst in every- tiem Fringe the Worlds Fair cow beÂ¬ thing drill neatness of their qoarters longing to Mr Newton Frazier ami others and deportment and received the praise and of note Not only were the of the Begular Army offii nt at old time breeders exhibiting specimens In lrom their herds but many farmers who oiip for their soklierlv qualities fact thereputatiiil of the town did not are turning a hand at dairying showed sutler at their hands but was nobly up what they can do in the way at raising Â¬ 1 i Â¬ the herd of Mr Frazier consisting of bull Gmul and four cows was the richest in points Dg Roundabout For S and easily secured the herd prize The animals shown from the Alien dale Herd Mi CROWIKti HENS of Alien iV Meriwether of Shelbyville ED POM were worthy of the highest praise as re At a verv recent date in many jiarts oi were many others The tallowing were the our country it wasa siyn of had luck for premiums awarded yean and over N Frazier Bhel Bull w lust why is difficult to H Muir Nelson iinty first because it wasconsi trace ond asumption by a inn icnline WEDNESDAY Bull 2 ream and under three J H jatives Whenever a hen dared Shelby coun t it she was immediately run Muir tirst Steele Simrall fiuncai H W Lou nd down lv the united etlorls of all the have fai Bull year old and under 2 B B Boss children on the premises and her head Shelby countv tirst W L Scott Shelby paid the forteit rBB ha county second sued In l Wilbur R Smith A recent traveller in Kentucky writes Boll under 1 vear old T S Baaa at ion f character that while netting at the country home brough of a friend a hen was heard to crow In Cow Tin ii lair hail years and over N Frazier first 2000 etanth the cry was raised Catch her A Middelton second in re Kill bea He infarpcatid in the hens N L years ami under re tlian the RichaMod Frazier f by reminding his hosts that this iirst J A Middelton second and she was Cow year and under 2 J A Middelton PnWIllllonp Lever to therefore not guilty of any wrongdoing tirst B B Boas second They scotfed at his heterodoxy and the t the Cow under 1 year old Allen k MeriBaid in his Owenton act that i that followed prepared him for wether epeech a jrn of the pursuers bearing the Iver art Bull any age 1 11 Muir the foolish fowl Elisabeth F Cow any age N Frazier and the eat iu September Lippino Herd bull and 4 females N Frazier For Attorney ri man oi iie i mpahV isi-y coiitined in the guard house lor miscon duct while they were gone Frankfurt tll 1 1 Â¬ i i -- to keep Lane mil jail nf the hands it of a him female attire a is said in HV CAN BLACKBURN is WIN Farmers Home Journal CLUBS I eople in whose life the club an important part it may iiir sew woman that not one in a hundred has At Brenham paeon with any idea of the early history of the insti- Â¬ a hip in the lls with which he is so familiar much a put of our every and day life that we are apt to lose sight of for sending ii insultine note their origin and to aaaume that they are At Card well Ya merely a modern luxury Andv Bowline Their history in knocked down with a reek and killed him with as back t wo eaaai are e and Rome and thence to the days f Elisabeth reminding us that there nothing new under the sun THE1 SEE II MIW For the tirst chapter in the story we It must not be ninst look to G react Frai rtabh supposed that the Athenian clubs were anv longer without a new bridge the exact counterpart of those of Fifth ikv River The felly of the A venue of to iay hut there is an affinity ru lure to between them as Aristotle tells us that ii i r i one - apparent of the assae trade and mesnbei particular tribes were accustomed to r special purposes club t lie that in at a to sav that si me instance men temp ek a combined for the sake of social inter u lime to woman v oame adding that these meet toaetber it he week In for the sake of anothcrscompativ and to the effort on the piit of another o ler sacritices when they meet they woman wa successful pay certain honors to the gxls and at AMERICAN LIVE STOCK IN ENGthe same time take pleasure and relaxaa LAND tion among themseb In Rome the earliest clul were the Madison countv has one He wants The market for United States products trade guilds founded by Numa Pompi freeeilver liecause the Repub-similar to the guilds are reviewed in detail liu about 720 15 licaiie demonetize silver reducing the in Gn of craftsmen which play so important I lllton and breaking up laiyc in recent consular reports Cattle from untry are reported from Liverpool part in the history of the Middle Ages numbers of mine wners IK wants At one time there eighty of the guilds in re a aancriof to the native cattle the latter their former prosperous condition including mauv immature and young Borne alone and they were not confined etored to them Oal the same principle to the metropolis Very doselv allied to lie wants the antebellum slave owners to animals slaughtered for food ami also a proportion of old animals Con M onir lodges of our day eretbe - will- - ji cater have pay for tl nne throughout the Roman Em sul Seal at Liverpaol reports however to help p from the Inited States and pire lor the practice of religious rites unAnd on the MM principle he wants a that sheep nt compare favorably known to the State the difference being protective tariff continued so other countries ot ciur e that the Masonry of to day d that uoneot the manutacturers will lose with the British lacking taste and An idea of the extent by experienced violates no laws on as eome of them might do were of club life in Rome may lie obtained their profits curtailed Your attention men that this might be greatly improved by shipping the sheep younger sav one from the fact that even the slaves formMi liarnuDi ed clubs of their own which seem to or two years old It is suggested bv the trade in the Liv- - have somewhat resembled trades unions HAKUIN WILL WIN Lawmen Iiaell in September Lip district tlut American tobacco be r MOeary returned Fritnw from packed thoroughly dry when intended pincotts nsumption there and altogether SKETCH OF southwestern Kentucky where he made COL H C RODEN- a series of speeches for the Mate ticket free from either heated or hulk heated BUtill - in remarkably good health as well Large quantities of apples are received am spirits nal to anv amount of The Press Transcript has obtained front effort in behalf of the good eaawe He from various countries on the continent but the importations appear a relative of the deceased the following people in an excellent frame of Kuroi found the of wind the crops beany suierh and to he regulated by the size ot the apple interesting sketch of Col II C Roden f an early return to prosperity crop in the Inited States American baugb of Versailles who died at an early tmini rlnrti rinj fa the apples command the highest prices hour vesterdav morning from the wounds Hlate ticket will win including Hardin Fortj live per cent of the wheat and M received several weeks ago from W N Lane who shot him down in Hotel by a tremendous majority That he had percent of the flour in the Liverpool consular district come from the United Woodford the circumstances of which large and attentive audiences his tiring are fresh in the minds of the pntilie the first sound money speech in that States Col H C Rodeibaugh was born in He found a large part of the State MULES Ravenna Ohio in 1835 lieing at the sound money element and incidentally a time of his death 88 years old His MeCrcary adruirers 1 h re is a good demand for well formed father John Rodenbaugh was murdered mules and they readily bring and robbed in 1S 14 H C Rodenbaugh PlMtKU POM Ml such prices as will leave he farmer a came to Kentucky when but a yottng settled in Mercer Be Kellv Prohibition candidate for good profit for the trouble of raising mail of 9 county where he taught at one ot the Representative made a campaign sjeech them A goil team of young mules can lie county schools near the village of feilvisa irt hotise Nh inlay iu which When the war came on he enlisted in be claimed that the silvei dollar is not a made to i lo considerable work kr nXMD eighteen months to two yaarajaad then e lend army and heled to raise legal tender except in the sun He was commissioned as diduli so densely ignorant on the sold at four years just at a time when a company will under ordinary circumst Second Lieutenant and afterward First abject ought to co home and stay there bring the Iwst prices With gixl care npany M Ninth Ken act of ongreaa Feb e broken ami worked tucky Cavalry Col R T Jaeolis of Lou Â¬ Re it enacted etc that there than horses and farmers who cannot isville commandintr stkall be coined at the several mi He served one era teams profitably at work aptarsdat Richmond to- les silver dollars of the with twenty- - one of ids aaaspany i standard sil- Â¬ all the time and yet find it necessarv to will rind that it will pav to He was paroled and went to Louisville ver as provided in the act of Jan wo or three mares the number to where he was exchanged shortly after shall be the devices and and again sent to his command Mperscriptiins provided by said act be proportioned to the number of teams iered necessary to keep up with He was on the raid after Morgan through coins together with all silver dollars heretofore coined by the Inited the farm work and then breed them to a Kent tick v Indiana and Ohio which good jack and raise gisxl mules keeping his sei vi lier He mus Kates if like weight and fineness tered out in September 1863 at Fani- ires in a good thrifty conditii bk a lsoai tkmdeb at their nominal th can be secured Than value for all litirrs and pen Ptnue that me on the Rodenliangh married Miss Sallie pajvATE except rwise they can be us fully suf- - Downing of this city an while they are Mrs sslv stipulated in the contra to pay their feed and at the same Dr J C Welch J C Downing and F MAS SWIM TO ng in H WMOUXK SIDE tiem gradually He en- when Sitis at Cam arse care must son ui He was 1 Ie as then that a good thrifty growth can I i take the claim that rais ouel of 57th Keutucky iu their tents si in a scale hairman of th Dominated on s pro- wee versa Bit the I Â¬ i always claimed lv poli-- in other things but the time eosnea for a show down things dont alawys pan out as they beforehand Kverv En Ivocate that you hear talk of late i ally Blackburn - they did of a free turn platform before the meeting of the i They will he j iii Mr iadl Etlackboms the Democratic caucus next winter at Frankfort as they were in the stiver partv in the convention According to a made n the vote of 1892 there wii t in the Senatorial caucus 97 Democrali l7 in the Senate and 70 in tht House making a total of 7 vot kburn will have 8 in the Senate and 3 iu the 11 use total Anti Blackburn there will be in the ami ill in the House1 total 58 This opposition to the Senator cannot ly he overcome by anything that may happen hereafter at the primary elections The road tigged one ackburn Benton Tribune earth Â¬ five cents each from 1000 people would neatly pay off the debt We do not ex pect this but some can give 10 some BAIIIW1N 5 some 250 some 1 some Mrs Neison Burrus has been suffering Othen 25 cents Let everyon- bring eral seasons lerably the past week with rheusomething and the debt will be easily In May MS he bought the Hotel matism paid These poor people will feed you Woodford and was doing a good business Mr Madison Burgin and Miss Lula well and you can go home feeling on at the time of his tragic death Tudor of White Hall were among good terms w ith yourself and everybody friends here a few days ago else THE FIRST COWBOYS Mr Wm Sanders and family ot Rich- Â¬ weeks BHOOKSIOW N The cow punchers play grouud in mond have been spending a few Cattle sold here iast week from tirst glorious days of his prosperity with relatives in this community 85 of Logana has Mr Bomb Duncan included battle and murder and sudden Mr Wm Tall otts family are riow at been diapenatng his genial smiles in this From as every day matters death t in Texas he fought his way with neighborhod for several days during the their home Eastern Heights Fsq J A Turpiti has begun to erect knife and gun and any hour of the past week 24 might see him flattened behind Mis Allen Foster who was under Dr a plank fence about his farm the rocks among the whiz of bullets and Fosters treatment at the Intirmarv last R D I5aldwin of Winchester came the flight of arrows or dragged bloody week has returned home slightly im- home flat unlet to see his folks and inand folded together from some adobe proved in health dulge in a fox eh hovel Seventy five dollarsa month and Miss Lizzie Ferrell who is living with One nf ur young ladies claims to have absolute health and strength were his Mi OeorgeFerreil in Fayette countv education enough This is something and when the news of all this ex- spent Saturday and Sunday with her worth boasting of cellence drifted from Texas eastward sister Mrs Jessie Newby Mrs Susan Parkes whose two daughthey came in shoals Saxon boys of The meeting conducted by Messrs ters Mrs Ashil and little Bertha recently picked courage none but pluckv ones Caldwell and Riddell for two weeks at died will leave lor Texas when she discould survive from South and North Bethel is still in progress with an in poses of her property iiere Every sort and liom town and country There has been near crease of interest Rev B F Cosby closed his annual degree of home tradition came with thirty additions May the good work ministerial work at Paces Chapel Sun them from their far birthplaces Some continue rvice day evening in an in have known the evening hymn atone Mr Fllard Harden came up from Per- He pronounced it a rory successful year time others could remember no parent his sisters ally or teacher earlier than the street some kins and spent Sunday with Misses Ijiura and Specie These two Most of us are glad to be reminded spike the gentle accent of Virginia oth entertained that T Ba dialect of baked beans and cod hospitable young ladies have 0 Martin will leiii a series of quite a number of friends during the meetings Monday evening at Union fish here and there was the baccalaurechurch Rev Gamboe will assist bin as ate already beginning to forget his meeting We do not know that Bro Riddell has their regular pastor Greek alphabet but still able to repeat the two notable words with which been piaving marbles since he has been Little Bertha Parkes spirit took leave Nenophon always marches upon the conducting the meeting never the of her body Monday Aug 26th after a next stage of his journey Hither to the less and not with standing we hear long wrestle in which she suffered incattle country they locked from forty that he has been Taylored some time tensely The family have the deep sym kinds of home each bringing a deadly during the past two weeks pathy of the community iu this loss weapon Miss Nettie Whitaker a popular young Mis iIoula Arnold took charge of the And then the same stress of shifting lady of FMenton and Miss Mary Camp- Â¬ school here last Monday with new far Self the same vigorous habifs of life bell who is conduetint a very successful building and apparatus Much to her were force itioon each one watching for ebooi near here visited Misses Hatlie sorrow cam chairs were used for the Indians guarding ifUJje herds at night and Mary Taylor last week Misses restless urchins but patent desks were chasing cattle wild as deer oW rocks Mollie and Mattie Howard Miss put in this month and counties sleeping in the dust and Johnson of Valley View and lis FanÂ¬ TTT waking iu the snow cooking in the open nie Million of near Million were also HI I K LICK air swimming the swollen rivers Such guests of the Misses Taylor Heavy rains hare visited this section gymnasium for mind and body develops The Madision County Teachers Asso- Â¬ this week a like natal a in the unlike Thus late ciation will meet at Bethel on Wednes Mr ieo Bishop is preparing to build in the nineteenth century was the race day Sept 7 We hope the friends of a residence again subjected to battles and dan alioa and the patrons ol the schools Tomatoes are plentiful and selling at rain and shine to the fierceness and gen iu Million precinct will assist in making 50 cents per bushel Destiny tried her this the tirst meeting of 96 a truly suc tyoftbe desert Mr W F Olliitt leaves Tuesday for latest experiment upon the Saxon and one by co operating with the his home in Illinois him from the library the hayplucking m and dispensing hospitality on stack and the gutter set him upon his thai lay The associations proved both Much land has been plowed for wheat horse then it was that face to face with beuelicial and enjoyable last year and we sowing already and more will lie the eternal simplicity of death his mod- sincerely hope tiiat they may be equally Mr Jas Lewis still hammers iron at ern guise fell away and showed once if not more so this year Nixv his shop and mends a wagon DOW and again the medieval man It was no new then type no product of the frontier but just A very copious rain fell here Saturday VALLEY V1KW riginal kernel bf the nut with the and the brandies weie all running full Rain is needed in this section shell broken From The Evolution of of water w 1uncher bv Owen Wister in A Mr Crooke will begin a school at Mr Brutus Cobb has vurehased of Mr Harpera Magazine for September this place next Monday Peter Bowler near Kingston 15 headjjof Borate the wife of IL II Foster an if year eld let cattle at tits AND eleven poaad boy the 26th tilt WHAT THE TRAMP BATS Have you any new method of improvWEARS Mrs F M Bryson and child have reing the circulation of small change Ii turned from Winchester where she vis- Â¬ so please send a As a rule the poke out leggar has Copy by return mail it with relatives ited is very scarce here but one meal a day and it is usually A religions revival at Bethel Christian breakfast This is the main meal with The protracted service at Pilot Knob of Revs ail vagabonds and even the lazy tramp church under the preaching Baptist church have resulted in 22 adRedell closed Sunday and makes frantic efforts to find it Its Quan Â¬ Caldwell ditions to the church all of whom ware tity as well as its quality deiends largely night About To additions baptised Saturday in Red Lick The Rev Wdlards who conducted a on the kind of house he visits His usual There werej about 4Ki to witness the breakfast if he H fairly lucky consists of series of meetings at Forest Hill were Baptism at Pilot Knob Saturday 24 Christian mutators and not Baptha as I a little meat some potatoes coffee M received the rite and a shower and punk and plaster as he calls stated throngh these columns some time made the crowd very uncomfortable Coffee more than ago bread and butter Augnat has left us with her sultry days anything else is what every man of this church Rev B B Baird of the M and warm weather and now we welcome kind wants early in the morning South ltiied his appointment at Syloam of the hunters The ilot lies ol the poke out are not church last Sunday It was his last ap September the month falling leaves the much it anv better than his food In pointment this conference year The UOOn ripe fruit and summer be seldom has more than a shirt probabilities are that he will Ik sent on harbinger of gtorioue autnmo the season when the ripening corn wiil be gathered a pair of trousers a coat some old shoes the same circuit next conference year into the shock and the frost comes on the Jay Fli and a battered fiat Even in winter he pumpkin if he goes wears little more especially Caip was quite well known among the traveling public and also among the horsemen of Ker ljcky He and John Rodegap lartnere in training horses for sev- Â¬ COKKESlONDKNCE Â¬ LOOK LOOK LOOK We have already receive tion of Â¬ ttt Itir fall - ss BOOTS AND Â¬ Â¬ SHOES and having pure aaed them ct Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ advance in leatle ion to make you a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOW FIGURE Â¬ What For -- are also received a la ment of One of those reat big pieces of SOFT AND STIFF HATS A Battle Ax Plug Tobacco lO Â¬ ceats V large assortment of COLLARS CUFFS Â¬ Public Renting E ELDER UNDERWEAR - HAS JUST RETURNED ttt SUSPENDERS iflUnHIl THRIiIi The uneritneil will rent at public Hiicti n to the highest and best bidder on the premises on wiikiik HE BOUGHT AS MKNSK STOCK I IM- - DRY GOODS AT HANDr nber we are hi Â¬ Â¬ SATURDAY SEPT 14 OW 95 the latest style in everythii J At the hour of ii oclock a m ran Farm in five pare the Mi SUB MIRtHE PRICES He will sell them at only a Blight ad quantities to suit line and our prii the No 1 657 Acres 1 Being all the land north of Silver Creek all sized poekel except the j acra at Mill Grove for a term of three years to be cultivated 150 acres in corn 210 acres in wheal and gra- - the tir t year and 12 or ad barn room on tobacco lor which there Will break d for coin the place baCCO the seco rd year Thn tract n eludes the residence and several Id Dont fornji w here No 2 273 Acres I Wallace OUR dice SALE hkak C 1 Â¬ tender--ingeste- South While Hived with them I worethesame I will never forget my tirst tramp togs suit of clothes The coat was patched in a dozen places and was nearly three sizes too large for me the vest was torn in the back and had but two buttons the trousers were out at the knees and had to be turned up in lxmdon fashion at the iMittom to keep me from tripping the hat was an old Derby with the crown dented in numerous places and the only decent thing I had was a tlannel shirt I purchased this rig from an old Jew and thought that it would be just the thing for the road and so it was but only for the poke out tramps road The holioes laughed at me and called me hoodoo1 and I never got in with them in anv such garb Nevertheless I wore ii Bueriy two months and so long as I iated with the lazy beggars only it was all right It is by no means uncommon to see a poke Oat vagabond wearing some sort of garment which belongs to a womans wardrobe He is so indifferent that he will wear anything that will shield his nakedness a id I have kuown him to be s lazy that he even did not do that old fellow I remember particularly lie had lost his shirt somehow and for almost a week went about with only a coat between his body ind the world at large Some of his pals although they were of his own class told him that he ought to find another one and the more he delaved it the more they labored with him One night they were all gathered together at a hang out not far from Lima Ohio and the old fellow was told that unless he found a shirt that night they would take away his coat also He and begged but thev were determined and as he did not show any intention of doing as he was bidden they relieved him of ids jacket And all that night and the following day he was actually so lazy anil stubborn that he would not yield and would probably be there still in some form or other had his pals not relented and returned him the coat As I said he went for nearly a week without finding a shirt and not once did he show the least shame or em- Â¬ barrassment Just at present I understand that he is in limbo wearing the the penitentiary dress famous zebra It is not popular among tramps and they seldom wear it but I feel that old rascal in spite of the disgrace and inconve- Â¬ nience that his confinement brings upon him is tickled indeed that he is not bound to find his own clothes ttt KIRK VILIK Miss Alice Walker of Lancaster is visiting relatives in this community Mrs D D Gainer formerly Miss Minnie Walker is visiting relatives near this place Addison a missionary to Rev Mr Africa from England lectured at the Presbyterian church Sunday night on the subject of Africa Quito a nnmlier attended the camp meeting at Slate Lick Sunday Revs Waldrop True and Helm will begin a series of meetings at the MethÂ¬ KINGSTON ttt South of Silver Criek an wet of the Richmond and Lancaster turnpiki in good grass for one 1 ear Taw ti admirably situated and adapted ler gi purposes No vi i 3 273 Acres Â¬ PUBLIC LATEST Mr John Crawford of Rockcastle fed at Mr Lee Maupins Sunday Lightning killed two valuable animals belonging to Mr let Moody on Saturday morning one a horse and the other a mule 1KIK year In blue gran on the Ki t side of the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and the railroad and Silver Creek lor one Â¬ No No The 4 45 Acres ttt East of the railroad with good house all to be cultivated for three ears Â¬ Lank is repairing his home wih en addition to his house and a new root The voung boy who was injured at the depot Sunday is Buttering much pain Tr 5 iov Acres THINK of fine fH nr shoeJ jJ3 a EL OF LAND A Executor of odist church Thursday night oe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- im - Â¬ Beware of Oinlatrnts fur Catarrh That t oHtaia Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when tntenng it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage a ill do is tin fold to the good vou can possibly derive Iron them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F JChe- Toledo O contains ro mer and is taken internally acting di- upon the blood anj mucous sur- Â¬ In buying Halls faces of the system Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine Wen internally and made in ToleCo Testi- do Ohio by F J Cheney al free gnrSold by dm The Telephone Company have a large force at work on the line between here and Richmond and have jioles up nearly DOYLESVIILE to Kingston Mrs Walter Brock is on the sick list Moses Miller was arrested for stealing Rain is much needed in this neighbor- hogs from Mr Alex Johnson He s a hood youthful negro who has started on the Born to the wife of Alex Lauter on wrong road early in life girl Aug 50th The Republicans are a little blue over Miss Lillie Thompson is visiting relatheir champion withdrawing from the tives in Woodford county debates with Hardin and their faathan Mrs John Woosley near here who are not in such a high state as a week has been sick is getting much better ago There will be a great deal of corn A FLATTERING PROMISE raised in this vicinity notwithstanding the recent drouth Business indications are as definite and of the weather Willie Durham who has been sick absolute as those with typhoid fever for six weeks past is the commercial barometer is as easily read as the atmospheric indicator indeed it at beginning to improve slowly Mr and Mrs Ben Durham and little more reliable and more generally underson Green Jackson county have been stood because it is felt bv every one an visiting their son Nathau Durham near is always infallible Vou may argue that the scientific instrument may be out of this place but have returned home order and its register not to be entirely depended upon but there is no argument IAXOLA can discredit the indisputable tangible Thos King Kings Station fell from a movements of trade they are facts and barn loft last week and was considerably therefore cannot be questioned hurt Within the past six m mths there has J M Covington has the boss German been noticeable a gradual but sure upmillet much of it seven feet high Who lifting in every line of business It began can beat it with the price of iron which is said to be Born to the wiie of Milton Covington an infallible index of commercial condi Sunday 2ith a son A T Cheuault tions the next thing we heard of was tfie Milt always was patriotic resumption of a number of factories that Rev Willard Moore Middlesborough ha I shut down then an increase of wages iu many industries was announced next ie stopping with the family of his brother-in-law Dr Johnson a few days He came the report of increased railroad earnings iu all parts of the country and preached Sunday Â¬ Most of the Democrats about here are a corresponding demand for railroad sesound monev men but they are for Wat curities from abroad now we find a spirit Hardin for Governor They sav if he of confidence and cheerfulness pervading of business w idle the farmwas for pewter money as Oovernor he every branch er rejoices in the anticipation of good would never have power to make any and as he is honest patriotic able and prices for his products There is no kind of doubt but that the above all the nominee of the party they dawn of a new prosperity is at hand ev are for him ery commercial sign points to it and the The oil men have been faithfully spud present movement confirms the indica ding around the tools in the well and tions And when this new day has arare now about ready to drop on the rived the South will be its first and chief socket and lift them out They are filest beneficiary Meridian Miss News ing the head of the fast tool 80 below the surface This is to reduce it Awarded so the socket will go on It may appear Highest Honors World Fair difficult to the uninitiated to file so far below but in the hands of New Yorkers it is simple enough Two three foot re wedded to opposite sides of a socket are dropped down over the tool in the well the machinery operated as in drilling and the work is done t Sunday is the day set apart for the dedication of the new church Whether it will be dedicated depends upon the debt of nearly 300 being paid off The other effort failed it most of the fifteen hundred people present ex pet ted somebody else pay it Now hoped a big ttt years The whole far mill property known as Morans Cmie and see for yourselves at Dwelling boose KLOKT8 BARGAIS STOKE Mill on Silver Creek for three and mill in giod oondition is well fenced and in a V publicly on 13 24 sii--I- Thursday 1 Sept 89r 26 Â¬ high state nf cultivation Rent note with good seen TERMS Written contracts rity will be required will be prepared and executed after the renting For any further information in quire of the undersigned at his office in Richmond Kv V RICHMOND STEAM LHUNDRYI PATRONIZE HOME K SHACKELFORD 15 12 14 Ant for Ji nnv Moranetai INDUSTRIES Commissioners Ik COIR T PlftV1 f J Sj Work iJotie promptly aud as wHI as any other Laundry in the Country state SIX Acres of land i ornering at Fox town SEVENTEEN and one fourth the Bed II use road Iviag on the Lexington pike cornering at Fox town IM HUNDRED AM FIFTY SEVEN and three quarter acres more quarter of a mile south from Fasten the Richmond anil Lexington pike In good condition and well watered a whole At ten oclock on the premises at Fox town in Madison county the following G D FAYETTE CIRCUIT Williss Exkcltoks Defendant PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home People and they will stand bj you All in graaa Land will be offered in lots and then aa Â¬ W F Ramsey Ry virtue Possession given January IsTERMS One third cash when poaaea sion is ejveat remainder im one andtw ttt of a judgment of the Favette Circuit Court ot date June 3 itnji and amended judgment of da e Aug 2 lS entered in the above styled action I wil on veaaajwnet cent interest with lien reserved for the pun base money n hie note with u rvaMe at Madison National Bank Â¬ JOHN Thursday Sept 19 1895 OUT OF TOWN WORK 13 M 0 OLE ite Â¬ About the hocr of IJ oclock m on the premises hereinafter described veil the following described property or so much thereof as is necessary to pay the sum of 2 SOLICITED Executor THE MOST AMAZING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All that property constituting the brick yard and pi mt ot G Wilgos dec situated oi the Newtown Pike Favette countv Ky described a- - blows dj drying ra ks and 3300 feel all pallets to uine 2 stables I drying hou c and and office building chimneys 2 Quaker 24 wheelbarrows machine trucks 11 Chamberss machine trucks 3 box wheelbarrows 50 but moulding sand work bench and vice band pressing machine 4 Chambers brick macnine Utiles belting etc and Iexington right to use the Chambers brick machine 3S iron kill doo Quaker brick making machine belting shafting mo lds etc steam engine and boiler hot am r pumps heat ers etc one half barrel of lubricating t Sword oil brick machine crusher lf grate baskets 2 pai tongs 3 picks ai pipe 1 1 0463 NEW STORE We are now open for business and our stock is ready for inspection We respect fully invite you to call even if vou are not ready to buy but see what we have in the line of j BARGAINS EVES OFKKRKI TIIE SHOPPINGPUBLIC lght at their m de DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES TRUNKS VALISES LADIES FURNISHING GOODS i GENTS ike -- measures for anything in the 8000 Â¬ urn CREAM DR water tanks 50 hand brick rrou d kiln doors and frames 210 grate bu old juaker brick machine I engine aud boiler house a sheds 2 double brie on 3 kilns office desk chairs od brass Also all he title and inter W F Ramsey defendant to take c of the McClelland land adi brick yard ol G I to G IJ Wihtuc dated -26ih 1892 which said contract g terred to said Kamcy hi II shire Executor ol i IV V liei g the same pi mort HTUiKir fluuirilllU ikir LilNLi I s Our Samples Will be Ready In a Few Daya We are located at Bronston sti- w mi d Diess Goods otd at almost nothing The arges and most complete lin worth of rht jio Vtst Main - we eolicit valuable patronage OUR PRICES OrVE OTBIBG SHOJ - AND 11 GUARANTEE prk ea far de until you learn BAKING POWDER I The U show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others S Govt Reports MOST PERFECT MADE Dr Wotids Fir Highest Medal sad Dirfoaia Prices Cream Baking Powder A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Fa j ell Sale will be o the pore ha Kind wiih ap bearing at 6 from have the force and t fWct remain a lien sold unit paid JR intt-ie-- t THEY ARE IN HARMONY WITH THE TiME Our buyers leave lor and wil purchase th week H1SNRY KLEIN SON lb York Store ilLlKK THE CLIMAX Hii Jary tiraad Jury PERSONAL fSInrEiESrrtiJEo The Lancaster jury in tlie case against Hngh Park S Parrish R F Bnsh fJHrajJHmjJH aralJ for killing Beet disagree They Wilson Tate W C Talbott T M Mor Miss Mary Berry of Louisville is visRoods Sarsaparilla adapts Itself to the WEDNESDAY stood four for acquittal one for man- Â¬ row J W Lewis Hayden Turpin Jr iting Miss Mary ntU lima rati ffi ftlJ rtJJsjJJ afr sick and wall alike To the nick it ia a Pattie slaughter and seven for murder O W Cosby W F Duerson M W Misure cure and to SfRii riff J W West of Estill Las gone io to Panola Scnday ller W W Combs Foreman the wel t he HUB 8A Malm ado for bis health rnii best safeguard Deatherage was substituted on Tuesday Indication at Panola 8nndav JJHJJ Smith 4 Tnrley report purchase Mon Br G A Embry of Irvine formerly against sickness for Morrow day bv Caritbera al wlie of moon last night Beard LasJagfcaa of of this count was here Mouday My children twm raBn 7 Mr Kite Withdraws were weak and T to Prof H H White the able mathetua oial train to Panda dedication a car of 4 to year old mules at araijsiiE S7V puny Two ol They were built like leer kegs Editor Climax tician of Kentucky University is visi- Â¬ Sunday them had ca- Â¬ is the description Smith makes of the It being incompatible under the Con- Â¬ ting his son Dr W G White aflofMa tarrh Hoods mlv 50 iviitK round trip to Panola mules stitution of Kentucky to hold a Federal Mr Leonard Quiun and wife of Bloom Sarsaparills dedication Sunday ami municipal office at the same time I ington Changes cured them after Ills who have been visiting John Sunday Hound trip to CiiKitinati withdraw from the race for Park C K Oldham and wife are herebv other remedies have gone home er K CL failed I myself cigSEMpmla rtUlffrSiB going to Mt Sterling to live J F Councilman from Court house precinct Ol H Chenattlt of Fayette helped Col 7 had been dys E Stone aud family will occupy the house I thank my ruauy friends for their to swell the court day crowd So did aid well II made a good fg peptic for twenty yean and sought relief support Sami Rut ou Second vaeaU d by the ldhams W ing Monday Pony Beazly Fq of Garrard in vain I resorted to vers and family will take the house TV Best Yet etSJ Mr J T Quisenlerry of Clark the mm Baptist clinirb at Panola up on Main vacated by the Stones ftUJj Collector Rodoss report for August is well known tobacco buyer was here all lenoaiinations eTMaBoBBanoBOBWanlt and have been built up In health It Nat Yet Relieved the best since the increase in tax a year Monday and paid for the Climax a year cured my stomach trouble and my weight raj T nl Oiwfirui bv KxauReliM OoOBtMl lis Miss Delia Pigg little daughter of M ago Hon J Speed Smith is home from has increased from 112 to 140 pounds Dil uighani addition -7 H Pigg has returned from Cincinnati Lists Try it ye sufferers from Maine to Califor Â¬ Rockbridge Alum Springs much imjjl sa Jewell of Nieholasville lloUght when ankle treated Bear nia and from the North to the Quit M St proved in health It has bothered her for four years and Tobacco and Cigars Wm Hoods Sarsaparilla will do yon good Monday 2tti V Miss FJixabeth Owings returned to D P Smith Justice of Peace Mountain does not improve much but hoee are Secials CM 17 rg Mt Sterling last week after a pk oar htm been riven a W- 1 six for 5 Creek North Carolina entertained that she mav so n he better Spirits VWO 3 vi it to her aunt Mrs J M Poyntz MinuiienU to speak in South gjf74l PlOOQ S PillS our in effact 21 cenu Marries in Uxiu hui em Kentiukv Messrs J Murphy John IBS 41i3 Oti Sparks load Howardand W L Steele W Miss Iucv White niv daughter of of Scott rail Up K iH 0 I peial A Mr Bery Berea lute DM blacksmith and Berear Five Shots Kired and Nobody Killed Nieholasville were among our court day I3l a and Nit to Louisville McDonald master of car de Editor Climax Martin icntrv and June Covington visitors train partment of the IL N I It b K K were The synonyms above if properly latter Mr Robert Crow of the Climax OOOB m ran m m rjJ m iraL igTffiJ rajJ rtU raJigrp m mm liateps ham near Paint Lick married in Laringtou T inradaf night of the former whit the street black came will together 00 Irvine near Rices p sitorial force is visiting in Mt Ster- pronounced bv a Kanetuckian the work proba last week They relumed to Richmond inlay Hall raster day about noon Centry fir- ling He will visit Carlisle and Millers suggest to the average reader thp ex D incendiary at once lira wwvwwwveWWitiJfrt4WWi ed five times several shots striking Covburg also Bob has a sweetheart in each istence of a place in the southern part Cattle Pea Sales Ceart day ot Madison county where according to Hebe Hackett has bought the I an ington but doing noseriotis harm Gen- plena ISJa Norris Bros of the stock ens reKrt try is under arrest n saloon on Main street ami Wil the author of Collins History of KenThere was neither Miss Jennie Ferrell has returned from Negro children are educated ae opened a grocery at the K C SoO cattle on sale Monday and KH sold politics nor religion in it nor was there tucky a royal visit at Huntsville Ala with ranged all the way from to 4 any whiskey The grand jury is iu ses-Â¬ and according to a Weekly published vivid recollections of coaching parties cents uiustly at aUiut 3 centf Negro children in a Blue Grass Town sion September being a little too earlv lor full dress balls and a long list of like Norris Bros say tlmt the cattle pen Wm and white children are educated to r and a little too late for summer entertainments Theatrical idea is proving a success Wheu a man gether This and nothing more - hi not have a big trade A local troiie from In hie will oecatpy - to the pens he comes to trade and There are some in this countv even Obitnary cattle sellers are not bothered with fel the lioards at the White Bush opera Mrs Paulina Covington was born Jan now who have heard of the place as J iloe and Lilly randi- - ious standing around in the way as they house this place Tuesday night 17th YYeThAVE what you have long wanted for yonr boy B 0 E Fall and Winter Suits It 27th lKdied august 24th IWo at the such and nothing more the Senate i their used to beon the streets A considerable under the direction of Mrs Harry Shej age of eighty years six mouths and It is not the purpose of the writer howis a little early bat come now while we have a large selection We have just ihlicat t number of plug horses were at the pens herd of Chicago which means that it twenty seven days She was the second ever to enter into any argument to house will be worthy of patronage The pro Monday to exchange for cattle a branch child of Henry EL and Charity Pilling disprove anything that has been said of placed on sale the greatest values ever offered in Boys Two Piece Suits Some- Â¬ of trade that they do not particularly antothe Christian church at Ir- ham w ho was a sister of John Tark now the place or to present it in any more I hetmult assignee of Ship oln vine The play will le given at Irvine Â¬ desire thing new a long felt want supplied living at Irvine Ky She had two sisters favoiable light than the authors reiddol- on the liith and Nieholasville the 18th 115 Dt diratiiin Next Soiitlav of these Henry P ot ferred to have been pleased to place it six brothers rdang to the fig-i- and Mrs Shepherd is here this week as ad I will however sav to those who have A ajaaeia train over the li N IAB Richmond who married Margaret A vance agent Help the effort by seeing will leave Versailles Sunday morning at Yates and Elihu the youngest of Platte apparently no better knowledge of the is a candidate for city the play to MB XJ raj 7 oclock aud pass Richmond at I 40 for City Mo who uiarried M iry Jane White place than do the authors referred irilmaa in court house ward and the that Berea is situated about 14j miles 1auola where the Baptist church will be Senatorial District Democratic Conven and has a daughter Mrs Hugh Colyer - iiini must sit up all night tion slid County Convention dedicated A longer train than before Iiing in this county and one sister south of Richmond in a region noted With Patent Elastic Waist Bands and Stay There Buttons These Suits are within in risbt lively while he is sitting Mrs Bftaabeth Kellar of Clay county for having been one of the toughest will le provided as many persons have At a meeting of the Democratic Com places in Madison county when the H the best lawyer on signified their intention to go mittee for the Sth Senatorial District of Mo survive her the reach of all High prices gone to come no more Just think of it an all It is on the K C R Si iisi street He is like a lawyer e met The subject of this sketch married writer was a The church at Panola while the ex Â¬ Kentucky held at Stanton ou the 7th H a branch of a very extensive railroad kiuri lge Mo who said he was clusive property of the Baptists is free to of August 1 s wool double seat aud knee suit for S3 350 4 S450 and S5 under a call leaned by Milton C Covington Jan 22 lfvta He These suits are good facili r in town as he was the all denominations For this reason the Chairman William M Suowden it was a sou of Win Covington ami brother system giving its inhabitants get the best there without doubt the best values ever offered in this city We are the only merchants everybody shook feel more or less inter was ordered that mass conventions be of Win Q and Jeptha M of this county ties for going abroad to is in the way of educational progress s An abundance of dinner on the held at the court house of each of the There were born to them nine children Unity OWM lay Sales fcnjS affording equally good facilities here who handle them and it is to your interest to see them Sizes from three grounds Low railroad rate with counties of Lstill Lee Madison and Of these three Mary rlisalieth R Hen well as Am rrell reports a number or for those from abroad to visit the place privelege of going on to Irvine and Powell on Saturday Sept 7 1806 at 3 ry D aud Charity are dead The suryears old and up We will save you money arket prices ranging spending the day for Lo cents extra A oclock p m to select delegates to meet at vivors are Win Jeptha of Fxcelsior ind see for themselves the phenomenal progress that has been made in securing good sermon Church seating capacity a delegate convention to be held at StanSprings Mo Jno M of Chandler Mo No uiue trade f consequence although facilities for culture in all that goes to will be increased bv a tent ton on Tuesday Sept 10 lflK at 2 Ben Flihu of Jessamine county Mrs OWWWwvWWWVWWvvwWW many on the market Wm Benton Waco Mrs Martha J make the man or woman oclock p m for the purpose of selecting Wm Stuck Sbipsaeiiis y changed Those who thus avaii themselves of a Democratic candidate for Senator in Scrnner and Mrs F P Benton Panola offered land their The K C K Ii ollice reports the past Mrs Covington became a w idow at the the facilities thus 29th Senatorial District of Kentucky to week car cattle to Icrsey city by Jonas name is legioni do come and go away ails Arrive a Little Tee Late voted for at the November election age of 3S her husband dying of measles le Weil for II Goldsmith for export Berea College lias passed I riral Delegates shall be allowed to each March Mt H V at his water mill on satisfied that 1MB ken oy Otmmtj pleased to call Car mules to Carithers it Beard Lex Drowning Creek about one mile below that stage which some arc to McKee Wednesday Bile county as set forth ia the call of the ington an experiment founded on a notion con u anted loraoBM infraction State Central Committee for the last the R N I ic ft R R bridge The aral in the brain of religious fanatics John Hisle car hogs Cincinnati autumn following she moved with her ceived Vpon arrival the State Convention held at LooanUte iW jSlgj Wagers A statement of the Bales car sheep Cincinnati notion conceived family of eight children Charity ha ing four prisoners had escaed 0 A Lvie Chairman ral Balm O Wafers lor Simon Weil mav ie in order in lS4o to the farm about one half in ttie Drain ot tanaties died eight Had Irict J W Baie Secretary ears cattle to Boston for export to Lon as it is very generally misunderstood ftaeadaj he could have evaiora Pursuant to the above call the Demo mile southwest of Panola where she don The underlying thought in the mind braL Here with a family ranging from crats of Madison county are requested to died J F Wagers and B M Terrill each of the founders of Berea College is based meet at the court house in Richmond one to nineteen years of age she bravely Offered tnr-- Haasf it to Cincinnati on the belief of the universal fatherhood Ky at 2 oclock p m Saturdav Sept 7 met every responsibility directing things UN A I reports car of Wood of man so firmly t monthly bis rum doors and out sharing all work hero- of iod and brotherhood w- wWio for the purpose of selecting dele in lord county bogs via Richmond Monday fixed that in the face of prejudice and gjral lent katcb arch hi She ically enduring every baidabln gates to attend said conventional Stanevery conceivable obstacle negro chib iiciuuati rad rail rail g radJTJ r1 ie Trustees offered to tin m RjgKrgfIMiralIlray ton Ky on the day and date above was one of the few to whom labor is JFW eep Iiom Brastield dren and white children have been edu nation the tllsraiJirrtM-fffcj- sirrS recreation mentioned J W Bit an cated together with great benefit to the urch at Bad Hewer aud one from Moberly to Cincinnati Had this characteristic Wen less pre rail ai Chm Dem Co Com -without any notieable detriment to le held Friday dominant with the almost perfect con- foimer tie Climax I re to the latter Curt Riehanlson car hogs from Bice The church at I posessed she might without in mind or morals stitution she Slate Liek Camp Meeting nt view of every com eivable diffi Trustees of iiepiihlican Station Tuesday Also car from Million accident perhaps have lived a century College This meeting which has been in prog innali tc and distinct WHY HI Although culty the founders of Berea Stie was never seriously sick UhmMml BILLY GET YolK GUR All the K N 1 Jj B stock goes to ress for the past ten days closed Sundav planted the institution with an abiding House she was helpless for over two years and rSl TJ ffi rJJ f lit h that the eternal principles of truth and the campers all left with many a Greene 4 Embry seven months life went out as gently as Wlnli lr Waits Billy Bradlev Billy Bradley pleasant memory of the place On Sun and justice would prevail over all that Unlut Numiiiale the burning of a candle and ceased - whiling away M your gun aud look aliout tin day there were about SX people on the nan can do to prevent The Republican Countv Convention only when there was no longer vitality - for lack Theres a negro in vour woodpile while he waitgrounds and the vary best f order preIt was founded with the avowed pur -was bald at the court house Saturday I sustain it You had better clean him out ad him Booth Near Yalle vailed coeducation not of the sexes People came in buggies wagons bounty Chairman C C Wallace called Her education was very limited but dobooj Tattler in Times oiglt four enoiou bicycles horseback and afoot for white but the co education of the sexes the meeting to order Col 1 W Caper rail b she was possessed of remarkably strong miles aud many from a great distance and the ra Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew When you can get a better article for the on presided M B Shanks senetarv common sense This was always shown iinler was ell if it ever was an er ia urquestionably the best was one of comfort the weather The day The experiment then reseia same money f I am ottering tne rsr rsi aral No nomination was made for the legis when the tattler made an effort to drawit the right temperature to prevent experiment has passed the experimental tive of the hair It is also curative of in the market at the me price you would MIh iature the question being ostponed till remarks from her reflecting on her neigh to take in a i suffering from heat The sermons were stage and stands now an acknowledged dandruff tetter and all scalp affections have to pay to other dealers for inferior Sept 14th bore She always maintained perfect u in Keutuckx delivered by the evangelist Rev lien fact a success cheap coal He iected to ret silence In this respect she seemed to fkmalk utGEHurnr Helm and the music was of the highest The founding ot Berea College and its 1 21 Madison county in the Senatorial DisThe give perfect heed to James order the organist Miss Emma Prewitt measure of success attained in the past Teal retii at llt d llonse Tp to lK2o the average number of religion of the person who bridles not trict Convention at Irxine Sept 17th TtJ-vof Hustonville won the admiration of all with the She realized that is so intimately connected patents issued to women was one a year his tongue is vain Tin an church con- - o wit who listened to her sweetest aaaaa growth of the place and of the moral liUfE C C Wallae Waller lU nnett C F by IW the number had increased to one one w ho would talk about others to her will begin a tent meeting at well being of the inhabitants of the f Park J W Caperton Knmiett Fudiry bountiful supply of eatables was spread would likely talk about her to others Kl- lay Sept Kith Office and yard corner M in and B a day and numerous female patentees village of Berea that it may be truly on the grounds aud no one had cause to Morgan W P Baxter H Wheeler She utterly abhorred falsehood I be sI have made fortunes out of their inven- streets only one square from the Court SI J Martin Bad gohuugry Pev Mr Waldrop was everysaid that it is the Alma Mater not only - will preach Horton Col Pond Ricliard lieve she would have come nearer suffer3s tions There is not much poetry in the Houe mm Service- at H where about the grounds looking after ot those who have entered the institu771 W Moonsj Bonay William iriggs ing martyrdom for truth than any peridea that connects woman and n Sunday proven itself to the interest of the ampersand attending M What was dishonest tion as students but has son 1 ever knew but in plain everyday life that will be dinner on the ground Jr I S Coyie AJ Hampton there to all the affairs of the day with earnest a cherishing mother to all who are B T Buriiaiu N B Howard I r - cordially invited to at- Offers additional inducements to late biivers by inau or unjust she despised White or black be sort of woman is a mighty good indiness and zeal This meeting has given a willing to lie guided by the example Phil Rolerts K i Parrish T C Adams By this is meant all Good that did her service went away feeling vidual to have about the house May gnnkting a no profit sale The more than precepts of teachers IHTiiuinency to an annual camp at this raJJ Did she sell more than compensated Bad House is centrally located there Milo Shanks Harry Allen J N Hen her tribe increase Louisville Times in the House must now move rrohts not wanted place and services have been announced writer is ia no way connected with the dren J F Johnson A R Burnain being si a the price must be just and the measure ides the railroad You can have the troous only the money wanted for next year to be held in July The except in so far as he receives A hacking cough keeps the bronchial heaped She detested improvidence and institution KLT and as an inducement profits are eal oil and late buy- Be Ye Temperate in All Things Dont Loaf Abaat Tiwa community has been greatly benefitted the benefits of iutimate social relations tubes in a state of constant irritation perlaziness but the hungry were never 1 his is how we do it gjHl ers get the benefit with those who compose its faculty and which if not speedily removed may lead What man is he who cannot govern in many ways and Slate Lick has be Mr Roiert Ijingford a prominenl mitted to go from her door tinted She MissC Hartman will return Septem his own temper and passions is tit to come noted accepted by to chronic bronchitis No prompter remthe benefits extended to aud ot Kockca stie county is visiting 4 Obskkvkr was faithful at the bedside of the She has been in New York City HS fin ber 8ih him and his children in the way of cul- edy can be found than Acers Cherry lor the past month selecting an immense S epben Kovoro the aaople of the great State of bick She could not endure flattery Hog bone It Now buvs Cr nuhams that were socially and religiousKentucky Bradlev in that Kminence She will be rd and n R P Langforil at Clays 111 Pectoral lu ellect is immediate and the stock for the fall trade modesty and detested ture intellectually She loved Wm Now bus Ginghams that were pleased to show the ladies of Richmond Editor Climax ly The College is in no way responsible result permanent not seen them for twenty- - tiare up demonstrates the difference be boasting Site seemed to think that con something entirely new in trimmed goods raj In the financial report of the city of for this article and does not know of the He r ame tlirough his coun- - tween the leather legged aud game and latest Parisian st les and a great sciousness of attainment dutv done or Tit Deatnrratir Primary Klrrtioa r The former when he finds Richmond published in The Climax any worthy achievement carries satisfac intention of the writer to have it pub Â¬ tv seat Mt Vertion on the wav here Now buys Ginghams that were toe many novelties not heretofore shown in It is ordered by the committee that a anv millinery store in the city These is also free to admit which was the first time he had been in everything not goiug his way invariably last week I find that ol about two thous tion sufficient to the soul without having lished The writer carefully selected will please 872 the time be made shows tiie native bill from whence he and vouchers issued and paid mine the to lie touched up with words of praise that as a native Kentuckiau he came to Primary Klection be held in the several goods are all will be Now buys those beautiful Piques that were l c came and runs so he may tight another smallest in the lot was the only one So strong was her aversion to anything this place with a full knowledge of the wards in the city of Richmond on afnat the most fastidious and duplicated sold at re the last visit He is in ebe prices that cannot be And thot e beautiful Dimities that were 15c dav and another way But the game itemized It reads J H Powell killalways dav September oOth lSHo between the - a man had letter stay at h re as they have been bought direct at And those beautiful Organdies that were ic like flattery it may be that she erred in ostracism and proscription ttiat ing one mad dog And those beautiful Ducks that were I22c It occurs to me withholding just words of encourage Â¬ attended those who in any wav showed hours of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p headquarters and at rock bottom prices Wm home and a tend to his own business and cock will always jet ou another roa Ani those beautiful Crepons that were 15c If Bradly had been the great general that i all the vouchers had been itemized also in in the said primary to lie conducted ac Dont miss the opening is it well to keep away from if so it was because favor to the institution having ment to others but he assumes to be how easily he could the people would know more about what she feared it would produce vanity which common with our good people of Ken cording to the law governing primaries tOAU Taylor Bros can sell you a heating The following officers are hereby apfeeling of pardonable pride have mastered that insulting and un- went with their money Now buvs those beautiful French Dimities that were 30c she also hated She made little ado over tucky that Stove the ROUND OAK something Another Hitrh pointed to hold said election But as to the mad dog I found it on ruly crowd as he called it at Eminence And those beautiful Zephyr Ginghams that were 3c anything in bestowing a favor or in re- ol the superiority of the Anglo Saxon in tbe market before it burns Again the iovernmeut is lebating the Had it leen Bob Tajrior of Tennessee the streets the women and children in Court house Ward J E Dykes Chas never kept And those beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were 25c composite race over the other various ceiving one the best t of Richmonds Jacobs Judges Joe Bush Sheriff M X soft coal and never goes out and races of the earth in fact he was so impublic building he would no doubt have sung them a the neighborhood wereafraid of it and ap She was baptized in 186 by the venstove that is made in the world if you 1 Way down South in pealed to me for protection with itseif The question now under Rebel war son killed it erable W B Stivers in Drowning Creek pressed with the superiority of his own Driggers clerk N w bus those beautiful Swivel Silks that were oc ever get one von will never have any University Ward Ed Ballard C T leration is whether the third story Dixie or pulled out his fiddle and baar I am a firm believer in the theory that on the banks of which she spent nearly color that he was williug that his chilW L Farley Sheriff C other in our house and will ri commend omitted or shall the building be charmed them into ajaodj humor and had there is less danger in a dead dog than a her whole life She greatly resjiected dren might enter the list for competition Fox Judges -14 them to your neighbor Now buys those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were 5c But there is live one I told the marshal that I had in intellectual attainments on a common E Smith Clerk ieted with brick the taenent and them all going his wav earnest christian people hut had little City Hall Ward David Powers M H Ta lor Brothers are now in the market ory being already constructed ol more for a general to do than to just bear killed a mad dog on the streets and it confidence in those who make great ground with equal environment with the name he needs anagosity together mubt lie removed He said that would display Her idea was to quietly act and those of off color and both sexes and Pigg Judges Martin Gentry Sheriff J with something entirely new in the way stone Reduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other words 13 14 ot all knis of Stove I told him I would do cost the city now after a score of years almost has S Kennedy Clerk The Government should bear in niind with other things almost cut in half A great many suitable for early fall say little It is needless to say with the has fouud that while not Â¬ It is ordered that all candidates hand it for half the money wear This is an opportunity that only occurs occasionnobody is in a hurry lea the public He closed the charac eristics mentioned she kept elased he Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ A Growing uurrh ally Take advantage of it if you want to save money withstanding his children have been their names each accompanied by 10 trade at once I paid a colored man 50 ling tole completed and that several in the faith expressiug a de painted at the very lowest Dr Smith of the First Presbyterian cents for burying the dog the marshal quietly on alongside of Negro children to defrav expenses on or before Saturdav hauled and ght be profitably employed in 3 - Xow buys that Big Towel that we sold at toe to change worlds educated AH work guaranteed to be as prices church is awakening new interest in had the Council to allow the one dollar Sire before she died and have beeu in a few instances avoided Sept 14th 18K at 12 oclock to Charles ering the question She died a member of the congregation Hunley Treasurer of the city committee good as any in the State that church There is now a better at- Â¬ therefor and I made fifty cents on the by their former associates tbe advan Xow buyg tnat A1 Ljnen Towel we sold 1 J B Wniis Chairman Richmond Carri g Works w Palled Ie For the Seasea tendance and the Doctor is preaching investment I dont know whether two at Speedwell tages thus accruing to them in conse F B Crooke Secretary 12 25 This is written by one who for thirty S L Midkiff Proprietor 39Norris Brcc have been running two Vary fine and interesting sermons Now buys that Towel we sold at 25c queoce of the superior advantages here prices were paid for any other things years lived with her in the relationOnly a few left of those Elegant Shirts Wnits 75c now buys Gov Bob Taylor of Tennessee says threshers but have closed for the sea- - He is an entertaining speaker and impres- Â¬ done ior the city or not offered are not to be compared with the We would like to look into the pasant ship of a son and be feels that those now buvs the Shirt Waist we the Shirt Waist we jold at - n They thrashed 3i0uX bushels of ses his heareis with the conviction that As this world goes roun and roun insignificant slights bestowed upon them Respectfully sold at and 150 those Silk Shirt Waists we sold at face of tome one who has never had any 5 for who knew her will say very true Some go up and some go down wheat but say that the quantity should his whole soul is in his work and is trying in a few illiterate befogged associates J EL PoWKLL 5150 There is not a thing in the dry goods line but what the derangement of the digestive organs We After an impressive service at the new The various imitations of the original price has been reduced on it Give us a look and see for yourself A number of to engender a better feeling among Irs een Ml bushels who regard ignorance preferable to being see the drawn faces of dyspeptics in every church at Panola by Eld D G Combs 7 0 now buys those Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold for M A Thedford t alxive half an average Cos Liver Medicine walk of life It is our national niemliers His sermon Sundav night To lie ben and friend of ireen Broad educated with Negro children followed to the cemedrase her remains were 0 i and 11 das Pest No UK ft a K In conclusion with the experience and or Black Draught live for a time quarrel and nearly all complaints spring fron this f thrashed 250 bushels of timothy was one that all the naasnben should have 10 now buys those Elegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we tery on the hill by a long train of relaP The R N I knowledge that the w riter has with refer among themselves and pass into oblivion source ft R ft bushels for T D Chenault from heard and profited by its teaching An- Â¬ sold tor Removs the stomach difficulty 20 1350 and 15 tives and friends and quietly laid to rest century this reliable i3 has made special arrange ten acres worth 3 a bushel W I other interesting and enjoyable feature 15 now buvs those beautiful Mens Suits that we sold for ence to the benefits that have been de For more than half a and the wo a is done till the resurrection morn 20 and ments for the comfort of Greenrj had lm biuhels Mr Bean of the services is the inauguration of a rived by students and citizens not stu- - remedy has gone up and up and now Dyspeptics and pale thin peojU- - are liThe following lines copied from SalvaIn Boy and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same old comrades who attend ware of Kingston had a small r quan full choir conducted by Miss Mary Pattie dents coming to this place he would stands the acknowledged superior of ani terally starving because they dont digest way tion Songs No 14H with appropriate vegetable liver medicine made Crow as organist with the fol- Â¬ the lxuisville encamp tity Why dont advise every father and mother who laise tiuio- - with Miss 50c now buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for 75c 75c now their food Consumption arret develops changes will no doubt express the feelPittsburg Texas April 14 1892 buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for lowing named memliers ment You can leave ed have an interest in the welfare of their 125 now buys our in peope of robust and normal digestion ing of loved ones left behind red Shirts that we sod for 150 I have been using Thedfords Black Norris Bros will etart their clover jgjffl Misses Jessie Taylor Julia Higgms Richmond bv this route children to strive to educate them Correct the wasting and loss ot flesh and ThePrisonmehvebeen huller next weak convictions or Draught for twelve or fifteen years It we cure the disease at iir a m and 240 p Sleep mother take thy rest the battles If their prejudices Fannie Watts Estelle Walker Lucy Do this with food UUUtlWLctl cut jo much that you will not oer has saved me a good many dollars in doc- m Crow Iettie Crow Corinne Genty Pearl Monday September whatever it may be would hinder them The Shaker Digestive Cordial contains Wm recogniae former prices A Dark Pnblrei th arriving in Louisville Nter shall thou bear again toil trouble from sending here let them by all means tors bills and my family a great deal of already digested food and is a digester of Gentry Patie Bales Mabel Terrill Eluui sore Y B Cotter sickness Win Arnold of Arlington had eleven leth Pattie send them somewhere Florence Bright Messrs at 11 a in and 7 p m respectively befood at the same time lb effects re felt you have only been thinking of buying Faithful wast thou till death mid toil Wewait to close out great and crying need of our times Ricliard Gentry Sam Bales J A Hig ing several hours in advance of of them disappeared The Fight He at once Get a pamphlet ot your dixig every yard in the house and make prices so they will go and strife is an intelligent citizenship and nation sjdewise and other- - gins Wade Walker Frank Walker Dr taking the so called official route This is a no profit sale We mean every word of U and ear Â¬ gist and learn abcut it Lightning Hot Dropa Jay Now there awaits for thee a crown of life Berea Ky AogSB I89 w iae hot ftand no eu Harris Richard Gentry Jr nestly ask you to give us a look Tickets on sale at all stations at oara What a Funny Namel EPB We will save you money and give you good goo is and Tahies He beoime satisfied that ieiu Which is worse imprisonment for life per mile Laxol is Castor Oil made as sweet as Very True but It Kills All Pain In Year Bleed were stolen and was satisfied he C M BnowNivo G P A or a life long disease like scrofula for exby a new process Children like it honey D the cause of that tirttd langiid feeling Sold Everywhere Every Day Tne Modern Brantj knew who got them But one day last The former certainly would be ample which afflicts you at this season The Without Relief There Ie No Pav Thrive on good food and sunshine with preferable were it not that Ayers Sarsa Impure blood ia the cau e of boils pirn week while io the garden he discovered Rudy s Pile Suppository bio id is impure and ha become thin and Hoods Sarrf plenty of exercise in the open air Her parilla can always come to the rescue and plea and other eruption sink hole that he did not know ex is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipa Â¬ poor That is why ou have no strength parilla purifies the blood and cures these form glowa with health and her face down iu it w give the poor sufferer health strength and 50 certs per A new line of buggies carriages snr tion or money refunded no appetite cannot sleep Purify your trout blooms with its beauty If her system happiness Mr lead now box Send two stamps for circular and RLB and wagons just received ries barouches blood with Hoots Sarsaparilla which needs the eeansing action of a laxative satisfied that the man he 5cc My stock of carriages buggies They are dindies Come and see them Free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered will give you an appetite tone our The remedy she uses the gentle and pleasant would nut take anvihiug even a drink Pharmacist Lancaster Pa No Po tals is the handsomest and moat stylish in the Made of the best materia and guaran a omach and invigorate your nerve h less a duck But why did the showed DO baking powder liquid laxative Syrup of figs Kor sale by all first class red country Give me a call Prices lowei than ever before teed decks go down into the ground ie the rcJsn --airu where and in Berea Ky lo take easy so pure or so great ia leav Richmond Carri sgr Wok Richmond Carki agi Won Recommends Itself 1 Â¬ Â¬ rJiJafiilJta s SfisKjs J mftmmmm a Â¬ nBrranfeffsrriiJaiTHittJBi a Bf3jfflfBJj ii Â¬ Sii ra--- ri Fj leSonllii1 I Hoods Sarsaparilla o E Jlsrayfflf -- Â¬ WHICH IMZHl iIbTS is ik -- ids Â¬ 1 Â¬ QlG45QfyfMiQietfiarfirierfnA0 aa rJ nImIWMfJWWfM MJIJMrJ Mini rail BEST ON EARTH MOTHERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SMOTHERS m -- -- Â¬ Â¬ 1i 5lf pa ira Double Seat and Knee a 1 -- ly Â¬ m gig n Â¬ Â¬ lap 1 m UUVRH UNM UHkLL Â¬ Â¬ J It- igl THE CLOTHIERS s n 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sb railJlrJ J- Â¬ Â¬ IsrailfftlJ gfgjglipiijm ap rgjlfgkr Â¬ i CHEAP Â¬ P NO PROFIT COAL SMIMl sra7Jrrfr7rr7P liferrMMMMiiM -- Â¬ LI i R - SALE IM l3 IbvEOZNTTZEZ I oii Â¬ t Â¬ 1 I Â¬ will uhoeh Sri a -- HJSTRENG nnr varrl Coming to Richmond Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wis gl e 7ic per yard HI 10c per yard i Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 20c per yard Â¬ 35c per yard 50c per yard Â¬ 75 Dress Patterns Cip 10e 90o Â¬ Â¬ Si jc 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Mens Â¬ pa Carpets and Mattings EXf Worlds Fair Tests H J STHENG 1 iebll n ening power as tbe Royal Dr Awi ded Gold Ktdii Wdwiater Fair San Prices Cream Baking Powder irnoca 39- - urajmy iraiiarfHJBr 1M1M Sick Headache Permanently Cured was troubled a long tinn mck headache It was usiiaJly ac conijiaiitti with severe iains in the temples and atekDeas at the stomach 1 tried a gtxd many remedies r ecu Hi hi ended for this complaint but I not until I be Â¬ gan taking I Â¬ 3 SI J i AYERS Pills that 1 received anything like jienna Iient benefit A sin- pie box of these pills did the work Far me ami I am mom a well man C HHiTtliiv For the tion Milium Me Nau sea ami all disorders of Moinach and Bowels take riil cure of toi AVERS Cathartic Pills Medal and Diploma at Worlds Fair tar Ajer I BP THE CHIEFTAIN Jesus Christ the Alpha and the Omega rti Overtupplne Figure of All Tmr Vt luiw Basalt Uiihir i han I hmt or llem- May etriu 1 a oor nt and rir rrii Un llmCr Ull t Hrkrl 1 llHUl For his Mrnioii and t Similar afternoon e selected a topic ive fuil of inspiration There The title of was The iiu funn Tiie exuefest matamg ten 10 i The of tb p cmuis i iufiictr of ut upon the platform diamonded with to 111 in from the penes lo ry of liiirthe prophecyof the tinker chroon tinker of events -- nuonlj a rntiticil u of ciitnac jTIi five tinkers I iii sl is He iiiiiii tiiure of all Tnie vox liiuiiuna m all miisic the Bj in all sculpt uruuiling of lights and ill paoitinp s the m ine of ail s the ioine of ail n one direction rrsDneur and tiie peroration of all imi- - rk alphabet tuner mtde up of and uii ii tirist to the E an i the ated ti iiiins if nil is yon can apell iho e two letters or all the I letters between tietn an the Al- leia the betrinning and W out tion for me orator and they offer the most intense scene for the artist and they are to the embassador of the sky all enthusiasm Complete par don for direst guilt Sweetest comfort for ghastliest airony Brightest hope fur grimmest death Grandest Pttion for darkest sepulchre Oh what a Uospel lo preach Christ the Chief His birth II is siifferiug His miracles His pantiles His sweat His tears His blood His atonement His intercession what glorious themes Do wr exercise faith Christ is ita ob ject Do we have love It fasteus on Have we a fondness for the Jesus It is because Christ died for church it Have we a hope of Heaveu It is be Â¬ cause lens went there the herald and the forerunner The royal robu of Demetrius was socostiv so beautiful that after he had put it off uo one r w dared to put it on but this Christ richer thitn that ne pouerat and the weakest and the worst may wear Where sin abounded grace may much more abound Oh my sins my ins said Martin my my sins Luther to Staupitz The fact is that the brawny tlerman student had found a Latin Bi ble that made him quake aud nothing el e ever did make him quake and when he found how through Cnrist he was wrnoned and saved he wrote Come over and to a friend sayingjoin us jrcat and awful sinners saved You seem to be by the grace of ld only a slender sinner and you dont much extol the mercy of Ood but we that have Weu such very awful sinners ills grace the more now Can it that we have been redeemed lie that you are so desperately egotistical that you feel yourself in Hist rate spiritual trim aud that from the root of the hair to the tip of the toe you are searless and What you need is a immacnate looking glass and here it is in the Bible Poor and wretched and mis eranle and blind and naked from the crow u of the head to the sole of the foot full of wounds and putrifying No health in us And then take the fact that Christ gathered up all the soles arainst us ami paid them and then offered us the receipt And how uiich we need Him iu our sorrWe are independent of circum Â¬ owstances if we have II is grace Why He made Ianl sing in the dune eon and under that grace St John from desolate Pa fays heard the hlast of the After all ether apix al vptie trumpets candles have been snuffed out this is the lurht that gets brighter and bright Â¬ er unto the ierfeet day and after all under the hard hoofs yi1 calamity all the pools of isorhily enjovmenl have been trampled into deep mire at the foot of the eternal rock the Christian from cups of Lraiiite lilv rnumed puts out the thirst of his soul Again I remark that Christ is chief I have not anv in nving alleviations sympathy with the morbidity abroad The emperor of alioiit our demise onstantinople arranged thai on the day of ii coronation the stonemason should come and consult him shoot the tombstone that after a while he would And there are men who are need monomaniacal on the subject of departure from tiiiv life by death anil the more they think of it tne less they are prepared to go This is an unmanli ness unwortiiy of you not worthy of -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iiat does that Scripture mean lip that coin- whicn savs of hri t It means in above is alnive ali after vji hare piled u ail Alpine and of Christ njr- - and de Â¬ its scend a thousand to touch those uint ain o Tsesaaly llssa a nirh mouni hi ii in mntain tain and us when the but nst the spoda thev three mountains and them prososed to the He vrn but the hcicht was nut ami there was a comcrea plete failure iaiits Isaiiii aad raval prophetic and ip ia -Â¬ me An- - heruliim and seraphim aud arrnrnj e celestial giants has the top of lory thev nnuht all well unite jul and erv out If Ab ive all all Christ to iiav I hail Bits must be chief in onr There are so many books rh the conn- layn n a seel as all men have made up their minds whi nugit to be That most effectual which must SOI is nst as the par ti I the correction of all don o political naif no reason why we jhould rinp the endless i hainw on a few phrases There are Ihie who think that if an exhortation of a dis se have frequent meution of justi on sanctification covenant of worksand eoeenaal of race then fore it must le profoundly evangelical while they are suspicious of a discourse s the nine truth nut un v Now I say ffrent p njr in all Ine opulent Konisss of all the word trc ite from the Ijitin and the I reck and the Imio oean but we have a right to niir- - lc Â¬ Â¬ -- -- -- 1 I it in relijrioi- know there is a gi a j our day apainst worJs as though i were nothing They may be njisused but thyhavean imperial power Tnev are between soul an almighty God and the human race Wnat did God write sp n the tablets of stone Words hat did H Christ ntter upon Mt Olivet Out of what did Chri t strike the spark for the illumination of the universe Out of words Let there be ItgM was Of light aod course thought is the cargo and words are only the ship but how fast would your cargo get on without the What you need my frien all your work in your Sunday school class in your reformatory institutions and what we all need is to enlarge our Hilary when we come to speak about God and Christ and Heaven We ride a few old words to deatn when is such inimitable resource espeare employed fifteeD tnou- aand words for dramatic pur n employed eight thousand differ ent words for poetic purposes Ruf js Chaste employed over eleven thousand different words for legal purposes but he most of us have less than a thou- Â¬ sand words that we can manage aud chat makes ns so stupid When we come to set forth the love of Christ we are goinp to tsics Ins tenderwherever we it and if it has never been used in that direction all the more shall we use it When we come to speak of the glory of aqoeror we are going to draw our hiniles from triumphal arch and oritorio and everything ur nd and The French navy have 18 stupendous flairs by which they give signal but those IS Hags they can put into 66000 And I have to different combinations tell you that these standards of the crsas may be lifted into combinations te and varieties everlasting And let mesav to these young men wio come from theological seminaries into our es and are after a while going to preach Jesus Christ You will have rgest liberty and unlimited re You only have to present sosree j jn hev un i Â¬ i j t are than the light fresler than ths fountains deeper than the seas - s lie e - nicker mac ind pro i ii i we can if with din the greatest conqueror of hi day while dying ordered that the tunic he had on him hs carried after his death on his spear si the head of his araay and that then the soldier ever and anon should stop and Heboid say all thai is left of emperor and conqueror Of all the states he conquered of all the wealth he aecuinu- nothing did he retain but this I have no sympathy shroud with such behavior or such absurd demonstration or with much tnat we hear ut- todepsrtare from this life to the next- - There is a mmon- oa this subject tiiatyou not to consider there are only two styles of departure A thousand feet underground by light of torch toiling in a miners shaft a IsdgS of may fail upon us an are may die a miners death Far out at sea fali Yum from the slippery ratlines and broken on the hilliards we BMJ s death Oa mission of mercy in tiie hospital amid broken bones and Bg icprosies and raging fevers we may die a philanthropists death On the Held of battle serving Cod and our country slugs throucrh the heart the guncarriage may roll over us and we may die a patriots death Bat after all there are only two styles of death of the righteous and the death of the tricked sod we all wiint to die the death of the former grant that when that hour may be at home Vou want ur kindred in your nan J You want your cnildren to surround You want tiie light on your pil- Â¬ you low from eyes that have long reflected your love You want your room still You do not want any curious strangers standuiir around watching you You want your kin Jre from afar to hear I think that is the your last prayer wish of ali of us But is that all an earthly friends hold us up when the billows of death come up to the girdle Can human voice charm open Heavens an numan hand pilot us through gate arrows of death into Heavens ha r bor Can any earthly friendship shield us from the arrows of death and in the hour when Satan shall practice No no upon us his iufernal archery no no Alas poor soul if that is all Better die in the wilderness far from tree shadow and from fountain alone vultures circling through the air wait- ing for our body unknown to men and to have no burial if only Christ I could say through the solicitudes will never leave thee I will never for- From that pillow of stone tnee i ladder would soar Heavenward an- fels com ne- aud goiug and acro s she solitude aud the barrenne s would wine the sweet notes of Heavenly min- Itresy Oordon Hall far from home dying in door of a heathen lemple said y to Thee 0 UodT What did dyiug Wilherforce say to his wife Come and sit beside me and let us I talk of Heaven uever knew what happiness ua until I found Christ What did dyiug Hannah More sav To go to Heaven think what that is To go to Christ Who died that I mitrht live Oh e 0rlous gtmes Oh what a glorious thing it is lo die Oa the love of Christ the love of Cnrist What did Mr Toplady the great by mn- Who oiahei say la his last hour in measure the depths of tne third Oil the sunshine that tills Heaven I shall my soul soon le geae for surely no one can live in this world after sucii glories as God has mani fested to my soui What did the dying Janeway say I ean as easily die as close my ees or turu my head In sleep liefore a few hours have passed I shall stand on Mt ion with tiie one hundred forty and four thousand and with the just ineu made perfect and we shall ascribe riches and honor and glory aud majesty aud dominion unto Cod and Dr Taylor condemned to the Lanth burn at the stake on h ither broke away from the guardsmen and went bounding aud leaping anil jump Â¬ ing toward the fire glad to go to Jesus and to die for him Sir Charles Hare iu his last moments had such raptur ous vision that he cried up- Â¬ upward ward upward An great was the peace of one of Christs disciples that ho put upon the pulse in his artist and c it and onserved it and so great his placidity that after a while he and his life had ended hee to begin in Heaven Hut grandei that was the testimony of the wornout nary when in the Mai I am ae cried i offered aod the time of my departure is at hand 1 have fought tne Â¬ c1 1 -- good fight I have finished my course I have kept the faith henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousÂ¬ ness wuich the Lord the righteous Judge will give me in that day and not to me only but to all those who Do you not ste love His apiiearing that Christ is chief in dying allevia tions Toward the last hour of our earthly residence we are speeding When I One day less to see the suuset say When I see the spring blossoms live Another season gone scattered I say When 1 close the Bible on forever Another Sab- Â¬ Sabbath night I say When I bury a friend bath departed 1 say Another earthly attraction What nimble feet the gone forever The roebucks and the years have lightnings run not so fast From de- Â¬ cade to decade from sky to sky they There is a place for us go at s Ixvjiid whether marked or not where you and 1 will sleep the last sleep and the men are now living who will with solemn tread carry us to our resting place Aye it is known in Heaven whether our departure will be a coronation or HHirnter than s a banishment banqueting hall through which the lig ht feet of the dancers go up and down to the sound of tress pats will he ths sepulcher through whose rifts tiie Sod holy lijrit of Heaven atrestsseth He will send his will watch yon angels to guard your slumbering dust until at iin ts behest they shall roll away the stone So alas hrist is Chief in Heaven The llibe distinctly says that Christ is the chief theme of the celestial aseri tion all the thrones facing His throne all the palms waved before His face all the c owns down at His feet Cner seraphim to seraii b a to cherubim phim redeemed spirit to redeemed spirit shall recite the Saviours earthly sacrifice Stand on some high hill of Heaven and in all the radiant sweep the most glorious object will be Jesus Myriads gasbag on the scars of his suffering in silence first afterward breaking forth The martyrs all into acclamation the purer for the flame through which This is the they passed will say The AposJesus for whom we died tles all the happier for the shipwreck and the scourging through which they went will say This is the Jesus whom we preached at torinth and at Cappa docia and at Antioch and at JerusaLittle children clad in white lem will say This is the Jesus who took us up in His arms and blessed us and when the storms of the world were too cold and loud brought us into this beautiful place Tiie multitude of the bereft will say This is the Jesus who comforted us when our heart broke Many who wandered clear off from Col and plunged into vagabondism but were saved by grace will say This is the Jesus who pardoned us We were lost on the mountains and He brought us home We are guilty and lie has made us white as snow Mercy boundless grace unparalleled And then after each one has recited his peculiar deliverances and pecsliar merces recited them as by soloall tiie voices will come together into a great chorus which will make tne arches echo ml re echo with the eternal reverberation of triumph was so anxious to go tc Kiwari the Holy Land that when he was about 100000 lo to expire he bequeathed have his heart after his decease taken to the Holy Land in Asia Minor and his request was complied with Tint there are hundreds to day whose hearts are already in the Holy Land of Where your treasures are Heaven Quaint there are your hearts al o John iunyan caught a glimpse of that place and in his quaint way he said And heard in my dream and lo tiie bells of the city rang again for joy and as they opened the gates to let ia the men I looked in after them and lo the city shone like the sun and there were streets of gold and men wakcd on them harps in their hands to ring praises withal and after that they 6hut up tne gates which when I had seen 1 wished myself among them Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 THE GIAnOoFLIfT Comparison of the Armies With the Great Ones of Europe k MOST REMAEEABLE WAR Battles Not Exceeded In lnc This Century The Live Lost Would Have Peopled Great Cities and Furnished the Bone and Sinew of Great State Enormous Cost of the War In Treasure The South Devoured Itself In the StrnjC-a-l- c The North Expended the Full Value of All the Seceded States Copyright 1M05 by American Press Aihv tloll J The twenty ninth annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic at Louisville Sept 9 to 14 will be an event of unusual interest The reunion RIDING OVER AN EARTHQUAKE Train Experience of an American Traveler In Turkey Riding on a train over ground shaken by earthquake is the novel experience of a Constantinople correspondent of Novel lie thus de scribes it All at once the air grew still an oppressive silence seemed to hang on vae and hill and all the people stopped short It seemed to me that we ran into a bad piece of track or that our train had suddenly quickened its pace I saw a Servian woman with a child in her arms stagger stop take the water jug from her head and hug her frightHunened baby to her naked breast dreds of yoke cattle were lowing bur whole ivere braying and the flocks of sheep were crying on the distant downs Meantime the curves seemed to increase and although we were not making more than forty miles an hour we appeared to fairly fly Men stood still and stared at the heavens A Mohammedan slid down from a pack inuc spread out his prayer rug set his face toward Mecca and prayed Christians Brassed them selves and as often as I stole a glance at the driver I found him looking at me Till now I had attributed the action of these wild people to childish wonder at seeing the train sweep by but when I looked at the almost pale face of the Minbrowned driver 1 was bewildered The things I beheld were all so un- Â¬ natural that I felt my head swimming Glancing ahead I saw the straight track take on curves and shake them out again resembling a running snake The valley had become a narrow guleh and from the near hills arose great clouds of smoke as from a quarry when the shots go off The fireman who had been busy at the furnace door stood up now and gazed at the driver who pressed his left hand over his eyes then txik it off and tried to no attempt to cheek the speed of the flying train As a drunken cowboy dashing down a straight street sways iu his saddle as a wounded bird reels through the air did this mad monster of a locomotive swing and swim over the writhing rail Suddenly a great enrve appeared in front of us This time the stoker ivhi had left off firing saw it and made thf SB Again the driver hid his eyes and again I felt my brain growing dizzy trying to understand We could hear and feel the engine wheels rise and fall on the twisting r jl with a deafening sound At last she settled down and began to glide away as a boat glides down a running stream What is it I asked of the French fir man Treriiiiemeut de terre he said shaking himself violently and fainting to the floor and then I understood that we had been riding over an earthquake The driver was either too proud and brave to stop or too frightened to be able to shut off steam I dont know which Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Cincinnati Tribune will take place in the leading city of a border state whose people were in both armies and the whole nation north and south alike can hut rejoice at this op- Â¬ portunity for former antagonists to shake the fraternal hand For a nation of busy people the Americans devote a snrprisiiig amount of attention to a war that ended 30 years ago In the minds of the unfortunate few who are not alive with patriotic feelings and instincts this may appear Men in whom emotion is childish wanting or is under full control would wish to see others as calm and philosophical as they themselves aim to be But this sentiment of veneration seems to have a rational basis and even in this new world can scarcely be said to be farfetched or overdone Both in the classic and popular form of song and story the deeds of martial heroes have been celehrated since the dawn of literature Poems and dramas having war for their themes take deepest hold upon the mind and heart Remove the war element from history and who would read it The fact is that the American civil war was one of the great of the very very few great wars of modern times It came upon the country as a new experience It was believed that it would be short and trivial it developed into one of the fiercest and bloodiest of the era so that men made haste to forget it when it was over But it involved the whole country interested the entire population and 6hook society from the foundation up hence memories of it are hereditary and interest in it cannot die out until the great event is overshadowed by one still On the battlefield enough greater men were shot dead to furnish the whole male population of some of the chief cities and of some old and populous states The treasure expended would buy out two of the richest states in the Union today and the lives lost in the war including deaths from all causes would furnish the entire male popula- Â¬ tion of the greatest city in the land to day Great Armies of History Franco has been theono famous fight- Â¬ ing nation of the century Her wars have filled the annals of European peo- Â¬ ples with themes for the brightest pens with pictures that challenge those of classic ages as subjects for the artist to place in enduring stona Take Napoleon from the stage of the world between 1800 and 1815 and what remains in those 15 years of war France lost 2000000 men The north alone lost equally in proportion from 1S61 to lSiio During her periods of greatest martial activity France never put into the field at any one stage more men than the north had under arms the last twelve months of the war and the average in each of the years from 1869 to 1805 inclusive was about the same as in France in her years of warfare But in order to get a conirehnsive view of the magnitude of the conflict oue must go beyond the figures identified with any single nation for parallel On the battlefield of Borodino long considered one of the bloodiest in modern times there were 250000 men en gaged representing the powerful nations of France and Russia At Gettys burg there were 168000 men present all of one nation for a civil war means the conflict of a divided household At the very same time there were 115000 men contending at Vicksburg and at Port Hudson and Helena above and below Vicksburg there were 60000 more of those same brethren of one household battling for control of the groat river This means then that while Napoleon invading Russia and the czar stemming the tide mustered in all 250000 men the American nation in the masterly struggles over Washington and the groat highway of the west brought into action 333000 soldiers But there is a parallel more startling still A year after Borodino the allied peoples arose in their might to wipe out Napoleon and France There were six of the greatest nations leaving out Austria involved and it was for Franco and also for her enemies Russia England Prussia Spain and Sweden a war to the death They met at Leipsic and fought three days bringing to the battlefield the enormous muster of 465000 men One year after Gettysburg Ame- Â¬ ricas belligerent sons the blue and the gray rallied for the grand encounter in front of Richmond and before Atlanta For 100 days they fought steadily over the course between the Rapidan and the James for 100 days there was thrust and parry within the mountain glenj and the thicket passes of Georgia and the armies iu the field marshaled under the banners of Grant and Lee of Sherman and Johnston numbered half a million of men more than the six ancient nations of Europe brought together with six ancient crowns hanging in the bal- Â¬ ance Neither were the Americans wanting in those qualities which in warriors deeply excite the veneration of those who review their deeds They fought to the limit of human endurance and the r record on the battlefield compares favorably with that of modern Euro- Â¬ pean soldiers Fierceness of the Combat Following are 13 notable battles of the century whore the loss in killed and wounded exceeded 10 per cent of the number engaged Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 20 2 per cent Stone Eilau 1807 Russians and French Loss gkattamd hear that you are engaged to a girl with an fcleal Yon are likely to find that snrt of a girl pretty hard to get along with Oh I guess I am all right You see I am the ideal Cincinnati Trib- Â¬ une A Generous Oefit- Theatrical Manager Thsfs a witty line youve got in the third act of this farce of yours I assut you Flay wright contritely sir its purely accidental Ill ut It jord out at ooce Co Soon to Be I rwliifanojui Journal Wining to Unlde the Gay And you asked the angel Write Abou Ben Bunco aso res his countrymen River Murfreesboro 1882 Loss per cent The Union troops were not all closely engaged but their toss was B par ei ut 8 Marengo 1800 Austrians and French Loei 23 per cent 4 Chickamauga 1888 Loss 21 percent The Union troops were not all closely engaged but their loss was 20 per cent Antietam 1882 Loss 21 per oent Union troops were not all closely engaged but their loss was 19 per cent 6 Leipsic 1813 Allies and French Loss 21 per cent Leipsic Las been termed by the Germans the batle of the nations on account of the vast armies assembled which 000 men nuiuboreu It occurred the yt tr aft r Borodino which until recent years has huuwd as the bloodiest buttle of modern times But an outside estimate on the beat figures at unable places the loss at Borodino per cent at about 7 Gettysburg 18A3 Loss 20 per cent Union troops not all closely engaged and their loss 18 per cent The four Union corns most ily engaged namely the First Second and Eleventh lost 82 per rent The six corps y engaged including t Twelfth with the above lost about 8 Shiloh 1862 Loss 20 per cent Union loss 17V per cent r 1870 Germans and French 9 Loss 16 per Waterloo 1814 Loss 14 per cent 11 Woerth 1870 Germans and French Loss 14 per cent no 18GB French and Austrians r cent idows 1888 Prussians and Austrians Loss 12 per cent Of those battles Eilau Marengo Leip- Â¬ Â¬ 111 Dr Worlds Fair Highest Award Prices Cream Baking Powder sic and Waterloo were fought with smoothbore flintlock muskets Stone aanga Antietam Gettys mj with rifled baiTels and percussion caps and Woerth and with breechloaders At Ssdows the Prussians had breech- Mars-la-To- loaders If the figures for the losses at Eilau Marengo and Leipsic could be given that applies to the with the jattles of the civil war it is probable of losses on those hat the fields would be found less than I have estimated The figures handed down doubtless include the prisoners or missing thus swelling the loss In the numbers given for the civil war only the known killed and wounded are included in the ac- Â¬ count To be exact then Stone River Gettysburg Antietam Chirkamauga and bhiloh must be considered the bloodiest lwttles of the century The Battle Scarred Regions The war invested certain regions with memories that can never fade The veterans with their descendants and relatives who take pride in the achieve- Â¬ ments of kindred have made pilgrimages to the scenes hallowed by clash of arms and every wave of interest set in motion by a battlefield tonr broadens until thousands and tons of thousands are drawn in But aside from all this the battle scarred regions remnjn monuments an- Â¬ nouncing the splendor and gh ly of the past It will never be possible to tear from the valleys of the Potomac the Rappahannock the Shenandoah and the James the associations of the war neither from the Tennessee Alabama and Georgia mountains of the west In the east the bloody ground was between Gettysburg Pa on the north and Suffolk Va on the south the western limit on a lino drawn through Lynchburg and the eastern through Norfolk In this district about 150 miles broad and 200 miles long occurred 13 battles whore the loas in killed outright numbered over 100000 and the uggie nss of killed and wounded was over 200000 In the lesser engagements and in siege operations probably 100000 more were numbered with the casnal ties Here were fought the desperate Ftrng gles of Gettysburg Antietam Malvern Hiil and Winchester fields of glorious memory to the veterans who contended there Here the Monitor bore down the Merrimac and led off in a new era of naval warfare Here too was Appomat- Â¬ tox Back and forth over this blood stained arena the armies coutouded in the campaigns of tho Rappahannc ok the Peninsula the invasions of Maryland and Penusyh auia tho Shenandoah and the Wilderness The graves of the Union dead in this coiseciin 4 arena nnmbor over 00000 and tens of thousands mure who there reci ied tlioir death stroke were borne o tl ir last resting plana The pi ns of Manassas the vales through Which the Hienandoah rolls its placid streams tk- bnks of the Potomac and the James were altars whereon the rich blood of patriots was shed as libations to the god of nationality The bloody ground in the west is almost identical with the state of Tennessee From Atlanta on the southern limit to Knoxviile on the northern is about 140 miles and from Atlanta to Mem- Â¬ phis on tho wist shoot 300 miles With in the limits come Chickamauga Stone Rivor and Shiloh three of the desperate battles of tho age For three years the war raged bvk and forth across the state of Tennessee Fort Donelsos Nashville Mtufroosbor Knoxviile Chattanooga and Corinth wore scenes of reieated struggles Over 70000 Union dead lie in the cemeteries of that district and tens of thousands wore taken north from there for burial The groat movements of Confederate invasion of the north under Bragg and Hood wore mot and checked iu that section War Memories a Vast Heritage Tho soldiers engaged nu both sides numbered nearly 1000000 men That means that aside from every other interest which turned mens attention to the war 15 000 000 persons looked upon the struggle as one of life and death for v sumo one dear to them But that In the south is a view far too narrow every family gave up every ablebodied sou and in the north it is scarcely possible to find one not represented in the nd degree at least Not nioroly the 15X0000 soldiers and others represented by them but the entire 30000000 inhabitants were stirred in every emotion aid in every feeling by the war The few that felt no sympathy had an antagonism quite as deep iwu is lasting in its effect So in point of fact the history of the war with its romance its pathos its deep currents of feeling whether of sorrow or exultation ita trag- Â¬ edies and its thrilling excitements comes to this generation as the heritage of 50 000000 people There is still another side to the mag Â¬ nitude of the war one seldom thought of or at least not appreciated and that is the cost of it all the actual destruction involved is life and property War if destructive aad if neither tho cause at stake nor the spirit of the contest stirs mens blood sous to mark the generations following them the passion aroused by personal loss will Taken in mass the loss of life would show great cities wiped out and that of property whole states put in pawn The number of men in the northern armies alone killed in battle would equal the entire male adult population of the cities of Buffalo and Cleveland that is to say if ev ery man in those two cities should be cut off by violent death leaving every home desolate and every woman and child a mourner the calamity and the sorrow would not be greater than those entailed upon the whole north by the bullets of the enemy On the other hand tho death roll of the Confederates would equal the entire male adult population of New Orleans as it is today But deaths in battle represent only one third of the lives sacrificed in the sen ice In the Union ranks there wore 360000 deaths from all causes during sorvico That number exceeds the entire male population of New York city proper or of Chicago and Boston combined with cither Cleveland or Buffalo thrown in If the entire population of St Louis was wiped out by death at one blow the horror would just represent in point of numbers the sacrifices of the north alone Besides the death casualties in war there are those permanently disabled by wounds and sickness Add the disabled soldiers in the northern army to those who fell in battle or from other causes and the number would represent the entire body of the inhabitants of Cleveland and Buffalo These are striking estimates but they are trua They show the wust--o- f life the appalling destruction of the host bone and sinew in the land If an epidemic were to prostrate all the men in the cities of New York Brooklyn Buffalo and Cleveland leaving three fifths of thorn dead and two fifths maimed for life the calamity would be no greater in point of the numbers of victims than that entailed by the war upon the northern states In another portion of this article comparisons are drawn between the armies engaged in different campaigns of the civil war and those of European nations in the great struggles of Napoleons day But the representation of armies by figures can only impress the stron- Â¬ gest imaginations or the minds of those trained to i stimate large masses of men The population of a state may present a those who have traveled beyond the limits of their native town or county According to the census of each of the following eight repre- Â¬ sentative states of their sections contained on an average about 1500000 people One was as low as l80o 000 aod one as Ugh as 1700000 Three stood at 1 CC0 000 two at 1400000 and one at 1500000 If every full grown man of those eight states should be drafted for an army the multitude would just aliout equal tho total number marshaled Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sylvania combined with that of any two of the eight states named above would but fitly represent in numbers the leÂ¬ gions who wore the blue snd tiie gray The idea may be presented in a form still more simple for many than either of the above If all the inhabitants men women and children of Kansas and Virginia or of North Carolina and Now Jersey should be transformed into soldiers and sent trooping toward the border in armies of 100000 or 200000 at a time the spectacle would be a parallel of the musters of the Rreat uprisings from 1861 to 1865 and all the soldiers gathered in former conflicts of the States beginning with the Revolution and ending with the Mexican war would not equal the entire population of tho smallest of those four spates by 250000 The cost of the war in treasure cannot be stated with the sumo exactness as that expended in human lives On the side of the south there was a viBt amount of wealth devoted to the cause yet the Confederacy created a debt of 2000 000000 Had every slave in the south 500 in cash tho southern been worth people would have b on the gainers by setting thorn all free in 1801 Thenorth This expended about 4000000000 treasure roprmtod the present wealth of Massachusetts and Fonn ylvania united and almost that of New York and California Assuming that the wialth of the 1 states in the Confederacy was about the same in 1870 after five years recuperation from the effects of the war as it had been in 1861 not count ing slaves then valuing each slave in bondage in 1861 at 500 thenorth could have bought out the Oonfi deraoy slaves and all at its real value and saved money in the operation to say nothing of the waste in lives and industrial Geokhe L Kilmer energies Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Fmm nr v child- htvui until I was grown mv family cnnt a fortune KetiirrriniiirB m of thic ff -SM V J1 lljrill lO Ult visited Hot Springs and was treated by the best meaicai men dui was noi benefited b7DsWbs1 When all ECZEMA D H MYERS Proprietor of imicncwMir GRASS ROUTE IS failed 111I things had anil UtrmlnAl Tft TTV four months was entirely cured The r terrible Eczema was gone not a sign ot it lerc my general ncaun uuin uy and I have never had any return of i the disease i have ccC a nmSr rt rni4 fur clon dis- eases and have never yet known a failure to eifcu w IKWIN Irwin km Nror full to riire I even after all other nave erar I remedies I Treatise on Blood and Skin piaeasea mailed free to any address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atbnti 6a r rVfTI nil The Kentucky BLUE Planing Mills WHOLESALE tVD BETWL OEALER Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra Kentucky to All Points North Bouth and South west recommended funimnuuu i nUflfiil Bongli and Bresed Luessr Dooks Sash Blinds Mot lniMs Shisoleh Limk Cement Hair Kti TOBAGGCO Through daily Â¬ train service between Cincin- Laths nati Middlesborough and Kv and Knoxviile Tenn Points on R HOGSHEADS - A SPECIALTY Main Street KniinM Kv LNR sOUTrl HOLN Daily Express baa a i 948 a No I SehMltle ia Kfferl Jase 3 A N CURES Colic UGHTMNfl HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLO 50c Deiy Lve Lve Lve Vrr lve nnati iton In an m n Cramps l Cholera i i DiarrHoea Flux Morbus i Nausea Changes of Water Etc Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches BKea of Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good i i Solo BrEKTWHCHE2S no 50c Feb Bottle He Htucr Mo Pmt sue contains two and one half times as maca as sjc bottle SPRINQFIELD Arr Lexlng toti lve Paris rr Wiiuliester Lve WinclieMer Arr Rirliinond LveKichMiond Lve Here Arr Liviu- lve U VlliaS Lve London rr Loriun Lve Corbin lve Bartrrville Lve Pioeviile lve v rr touii eip Lv eunid Oap 1 iaio 1115 12 1118 ami 1015 p n r an 1207 a m sexy a pm 1230 r I p Tl II pm 142 p 10 10 ii 240 p 352 44 445 530 600 640 45 m p ia pm pm pm pm P 125 a 4 3o a 505 a m 310 a 35a a a 535 Bl Potatoes as They Grow A resident on Pearl street was sprinkling his potatoes to Dtoteot them from bugs when his IMllgMai servant girl who was a recent iinjMirtation from the Emerald Isle popped her head up at the fence The operation was a now one to her and aha inquired what ho was doing He replied that he was salting and pepy pering hem so it wonld not be to do it when they were cooked Well she said with a look of amaze ment ou hex faoo ihut do be curious Exchange indaele Salt in Â¬ Â¬ nece--sar- D QUEBECS DEFENSES It ts Said They Would Not Stand Against Modern inns I have disposed of all mv unsalable goods at a sacrifice Is closed and have now gotten used toselliaa foods at low prices and aaveseeas fine bargains left and from now on will be able to show my customers the very latest novelties in the iwelrv Come and see line that will be sold for less than they can be bought in anv market D P ARMR tor roorself AUCTION P ARMERS isllsS1lAlVS O d Lve Co Lve Wiltiamsbg Arr Jell ico Arr Knoxviile Lve 55 P 630 pm 800 a m 4 25 P 425 a i rr Rnwlind Arr MU fur FUebmond 430 No D tn SORTH BOrM Lve Rowland Arr Richmond Lve Knoxviile Lve Jeltleo Lve- - Daily Ex Sun 1 Daily 720 am 1110 p m Lve Mid Lve tile Lve Hurlirville rr Corbla- Lve LasssVw Lve Bern Arr Riilinioml i lsslKsxSea WllliamsbK Corhln Gap- Lve Ha 108 a n 200 a n 215 a tr 620 a m Arr Livingston Lve Livmirslon Lve Arr a in am am am am 911 a m 1024 a ni 1030 am 339 a n 339 a r 455 am 425 am 505 a m 6co 711 an 6 The time when Quebec could be called the Gibraltar of America aud the key to the St Lawrence and its much vaunted citadel an impregnable fortA series of re- Â¬ ress is long since pas markable admissions upon this score has just been made in an interview with a New York Sun correspondent by a high official of the Canadian army The whole system of fortifications is so obsolete that they are now positively valueless and under the modern methods of attack and defense it is certain that thev would never be At a distance of ten miles from the citadel whose fortifications di sie ncd by the duke of Wellington cost Kngland some twenty five million dollars modern ships of war could silence and destroy the entire fortress within an hour The outer walls of Qmlic which cost the French government so much in treasure that one of the kings inquired if they were built of gold are even more worthless than the works upon the citadel Not half a dozen modern guns have been mounted upon any of Quebecs fortificaAs a tions within the last century fortress the whole place is being gradually abandoned and three hundred and fifty Canadian troops stationed In the citadel would be withdrawn but for the fact that the ample barrack accommodation affords better facilities for housing them than those to be had elsewhere There are no possible means for protecting Quebec from the operations of a hostile fleet the advance of which must be che cked by a naval defense at the mouth of the St Lawrence or in the gulf One of the results of the neglect of Quebecs fortifications of late is that tourists and visitors find it much easier to to obtain admission the citadel and ita works anil the once famous but now crumbling towers than heretofore in striking contrast to Halifax where no foreigner is permitted to view its splendid new system of fortifications and nolnwlv but ofiicers in uniform is admitted inside its citadel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PRIZES GIVEN AWAY 4000 I2sT Lve Vrr Lve Lve Lve Lve Arr 710 am ri K Arr Iiurlituati pm MAYSVIILE BRANCH V NORTH BOCND Lve- - Kx Ihnly Sun Lve Cn nitron - LexlnKt Cincinnati rr Millersliurts Carlisle Jolllisor rsviHa SOUTH fir 700 a in 808 a m 827 a tr 911 am 945 am Kx sin m BOIN1 Lve Maysville 41 Johnson Carlisle iillershurir rr Ptris Lexington Cincinnati Ko- - 620 a Covintflota 835 1030 t K am m THE CLIMAX Has decided to give a number of prizes to those who secure cash subscribers before January 1st 1896 To the person securing the largest number of cash subscribers will be giv- Â¬ en an order on Covington Mitchell for 820 worth of any 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5o 5 30 i 3o 3 35 4 ao 5 00 5 JO 5 57 6 58 a M at -- ilv -- CALvrs W7535 7 KUHl 475 Market strong Fair to good light extra Jdu common and large 1 Slo Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily Tram between Cincinnati and N daily All trains connect with Southern Rail and from Louisville and with the P to and from I incinnati m spend five hours in Louisville about six hours in Cinrmniti or 12 hours in I cungton ami return to Richmond at 830 p m For throuiih rates and other information apply to any ticket agent or addrC M BROWN Cenl Passenger Agt Versailles Ky W H AIMS Superintendent lioos Market dull and 510c lower Butrh ers I43i 440 packers 154 3D good light Market steady good to ch to fair tl CD 17 Market steady Extra M 7S 490 good to choice HU9 too common to fair 250 375 llliiWO Aug 31 Calls on December wheat opened at K3o sold between Kic and Sc last price 63c bid Puts opened at sold between ftkj aud eJHc last price tiHe C alls on May corn openei at 31 c sold to EJtC last price 3 Put opened at 31c sold to 311 31 c last price 31c December wheat Extra- common Shlep and Lambs sue 0i common and rough p 3734 10 maCAV SffiS 1 W COPYRIGHTS mOBTAIN t A 0 KM MARKSaW - 6ic the agent Agents are not confined to any par- Â¬ JIXS ical cfc CO who m in KSwXW IXfffHXkeSKW SX2I strictly confidential A ilanwbai natica eojaseniiiw Patents ami be anoTrJEuaix oa curb J 5g63c No red spot August and hkat September 6S 65Sc October oBvMltc De Â¬ cember 6H 688c oas Easy mixed spot and August 43 September 4US iSc eX tuber 4lls Weak 8 Floor Quiet Baltuioue Aug 3L bid Tolido O Aug SI No 2 red cash 4Sc September December 6iiHc May 70c No 2 red casn oic e i HN No 2 mixed cash SSe No 3 white No I mixed do Oils Firm No 2AH 2 white western 2oc 26H Jo ticular territory Every subscription must be for one year or more but if for more than one year each year will be considered as one subscriber All persons are authorized to act as agents but the Climax will not be re- Â¬ sponsible for the failure if any should occur on the part of any agent to re- Â¬ mit subscriptions laws etrealatioa of any scnmtiOc work la U lfUKaI ktSjssisitsSs5LsL j uu waaxu asl CO MCW W U11 i utriivrua YUataK 7 361 Ja BbUaUWAT - 30 2M wc - Wheat TEH L 38- 1MT SEPTEMBER 11 i Oats No - mixed September 20c SSc No S white SSc No 3 0c Rye No 2 do May 5 Clover Prime cash nominal December 0 February 530 cash 43c The next session will open WEDNESDAY 1895 Bl ktalo N Y Aug 31 Cattle Good cows and heifers a 25 140 rough to thin steers J280 veals steady 1875 7S li ht to fair K8 950 heavy fed calves 1800 400 grassers St 2S2 75 Hogs Porkers good 43a440 grassers and Michigans 420if40 mixed packers M3o tti mediums and heavy 4354440 Sheep ard Lambs Prime lambs 4 50 476 good light to fair 15 culls 25Sta00 mixed good sheep S2509 18a culls and common 22Va jsv i42-ft4-- The lreparatory IHpurtmeiit taught by Molt iiOKlMIN H rAXTtN M A Prin Hook- Prime light and medium srescata S455a4J common to fair 43ia450 rouj ha Cattle Sheep Market unchanged receipts light PlTlSBLRCiH Aug JL NOTICE To Debtors and Creditors All persons having claims against George Christopher will present same to me properly proven and verified before September i 189 or same will be barred WM ARNOLD Aug 13 1895 Administrator All persons owing George Chrirtopher deceased will plea e call and piv same WM ARNOLD atonce Aug 3 Adminsrator 14 3on3 50 COAL G IROK J CHANIUER Jr B I Anil an atwistant to Ise aMoiased For full information auel catalogue apply t Exports 50 310 common WOO veal calves feaoo t3 503sT5 extra sheen 0 270 fair tlSri2u0 spring lambs J200 r js heavy thin calves 200 L Mart a Ci Dealers In KY L H BLANTON most in QUAtrrrrv good to choice 280 300 Rte Dull neglected Wheat No 2 red store and elevator t Sc afloat f o b m nerc ungraded red S0- S c No nor Floor New York Aug 31 -- Common to fair extra J20t270i bsst in oualiti BEAHYYlLi E AliB SOUTHERN COALS 0c Office on Irvine street WORMS WHITES CREAM UATS Bhli medium it Spot pr sy o- Cattle IsDIAVPoija imago si Not 1D1 liwrj t le for ale Prniuly OPPOSITE THEOo Good to cuo ce export to good 4 14 4 render at Appomat i male population of tho great states of New York and Penn Af P VEP - M I wisb to sell privately my new brick stable same square and nzr Richmond Ky New Opera UUUS1 i VERMIFUGE 20 years Hag leJ all WORM Rome for inaary I 1896 W S Dt Lowest prn euaranteed on armlteativr and will ctmipete with any coal in the market BOTTLE 6UA8AMTEED