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D Vwl1 LT1 - rj J A lx 1i NUMBER 14 VOLUME IX RICHMOND A CIRCULAR To the Cotton Growers of the MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 111895 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN DENTAL 1 STCGKT M l I HARRIS D s K Southern States By President Lane of the Cotton Growers Protective Association a t sprrialt Oftcf Ofhic hoiirkoa J 111 Roy KENTUCKY Tb Uttaat m A VATM All rnwiM raoiM omliiiK tt to Mak Kxrept rrost Hft theCfop lielow th Will B MORGAN m - YAT1 - Average KkW Irrial Advene -- ThU aune M ABSOLUTELY PURE NEWS All 1nceAv - DENTBTS KtMllkV Madison National 3 KNOWLEDGE Brinjr cosnfurt and improvement and tends to iteraonal enjoyment when rightly used Tht manywho live bet ter than other and enjoy life more with leM expenditure by more promptly Hlitinr tlie WMttl Ik sI products to the Mm of physical being will attest the vame to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs It nirnllmnn is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasÂ¬ ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect Lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing the system disneliing colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation It has given sati faetiou to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession hecau e it acts on the Kidneys Liver and Both without weakening them and it fa perfectly free from every object itnabie substance Ojfiui of Fitr- - is Rtr Bsk by all drug in 50c ami bottiea but it is manufactured hy the California Fig Byrop ily who e name is printed on every ptekatre also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informed M will not cceit any substitute if nflrrvil Â¬ Â¬ v v rniMiix Kmiulkt iults grocery No Second 43 1 Lane ers Protective association has issued ft circular to the southern cotton prowers which appears Monday IJe says In the discharge of my duty to yoth as the nt of our association 1 haVe person ally examine lihe cotton tatPs as far a rnf man can reasonably to do such a thing ami recei ed many tommtintcutions from MM y reliMMB Bourres ill every partofth Houihern BOtMal region The crop is now here atYe and in all aare few loriliti s - MM the averafff All pos Â¬ sible ettMl except frosi have combined to produce thi i rcsu t the varying with the locality drought rust boll worn ORkax Sept 9 Hector t president of the totton irow rl Kforr miiriiMirtrtitih- Pnrt of th SUNDAY LAW CASE iliHlr Mcitl x Orrinioh fl r tlv tiilrirr lO One tilwn ly llllx Jarkftttn and Kihl II It ntiNb ky Sopt Cirduit Jmle T il Scotti di oiilod a -- udday law cum lltut is rlircctlv contrary to DENTDTT irtilit litr bic trr DR A WILKES SMITH - RGEON rie I Main Street Office - P M PETSICIAITS Â¬ DR O A KENNEDY Kfmi -- PHYSK IAN AND 8URGEOM kv 13- - 04 Mam Street up 1K HN M POSTER Kinhckv nd residence 0h IL SOUTHERN RAILWAY In Kentucky SHORTEST ROUTE Between Louisville and Lexington W EVANS M D - rlilal Kentucky if medicine la EfTe t Ma S 45 1 195 41 Katr mid I A No ini No 5 v I I ousriiM Persons to the deMr- n rth r Ar Ar Vn on 3 ftiriim riiipm in 6 a pa r iurfu pni n Hpai en U6pm ei txiuUi DR T 1 I i No 4 No TAYLOR K KM wclry reet r r Ar Veri Ijkfrfh -- ip a s Ham am 8 rry Free Jnserrlio i aiD Kath unl Lv I r I Ar 1 Ar it a DR H tiM R GIBSON YSH IAN AND SURGEON - 70 p nllin Kin 20 Ti uj irjnm 14 rst botltlU Sec No lNi in mv cr htiildinc iS and Tr H Ar Ha Ar 1 I IK m in 3atu 1111am HAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGI I 15j67 1 -- fpuerallv riins and shedding It three week- - late and m such a condltmn that a frost at th average date would be aftftsaatroiU ahd beft ro that time a calamity The plant is ient in fruit and the bolN are Mi ill and hadlv developed t do not po e as a statistician and no one can make anv accurate forecast of the reMilt of the crop before frosts biit from my KnoWl due of present crop condition venture the opinion thai the crop can not itt anv e en ex eed rxoM bttoa Wniie 6V0 hals is by hle i he KnIih and Kiro- home MaMl spinners who Consume the majority of the American crop and upon wh se neeeitles to purchase we must largely depend for prices bare been induced by their resident aien crop estimatitj representative Mr ad Ma able benr coadjutors lob that the oftlci il reports of crop conditions and acrtaajre are untrue that the supply of cotton will be ample and that even present price- - are AN INGENIOUS HEN abnormally htth In nn humble judgment if the consumers of fehe Utuiu Sent In a Hoiinm I ree cotton here and abroad believe that the maxi Â¬ 1 hlrty r r From the Karili mum of this crop ha even a strong pronabil Mr LlUKiAiHii la Ky Sept ty of teing below seven millions ther Burr olemaia of the Kkakertowa be a materia advance la the prae of cotton nv iu the presnee of a great trade re Â¬ district a few miles from here has a vival the southern fanner ought to capture hen which for nine consecutive years his share of the harest of hUh prices No has made her neat in a tall oak tree country can tike the place of stmphing the She is ith cotton as Dm south He is not like thirty feet from the ground half the wheit groer Wherever the sun shines half Spanish grown The and the rain falls wheit can Dominic The lowest branch of Mil fMMMaV and has Arner the tree is ten feet from the roots ami no counterpart on the earth The yrsacai I situ ttion la entirely under vour from this to the hollow wherein she he entire spinning capital of the has built the home for her jrOMHar world an a rater than limbs form a step ladder fcMI combined wealth o the IothschihS- is she lays a settinir of twice each you and undir their banners arraed agmnst march a plunging band of peculator and yar in lier lofty nest and hatches out e and bear false two complete broods of chicks which ainst the industries of twenty she fTies down to the srround with sm millions of people are safe on terra titina The Manrh stcr Guardian boasted last year gy until all The old hen ha killed a Mainrret big od did not care if the farmer owned only rond the rags he stoiKi in as k n as Knglahd bought screech owl and a half hundred on he produce cheap peekers who have invaded the sanctity This guerilla band of simulators and estima of her lesidence tors would have taiten eVen his rata aWay Th ir main hope and argument is that the PANIC AMONG BROKERS south will make and sell the bulk of its cropin four months My earnest advice therefore Fire at the Hoard of Trade Kulldina at Is to market your cotton with reasonable in Louinville Ky nee Do not rush it all forward between Lot isviiik Ky Sept Fire broke now and Christmas Da not pMfesS it for sale except where absolute necessity compee 1 he out in the lioard of trade biiildinp Satspinners must have your cotton Their urday at 1118 oclock It started in are going with profitability mills and the storeroom of the Western Inion t the los attendant upon th great for consiaerit ion HaabftOd vour cotton on the tirst floor and quickly rot into Those employed and sell when thev need it an then you will the elevator shaft pet what it is worth according to the true and In the building were panic a tricar n undisturbed operation of the laws of the politanil there were mauy narrow escapes the decision handed down by iludes acUMn and Hichio at lomsville hijine tune Majtt 1atneU Urady Was itlilicted for sellih r tieer on Sunday and imitfiided that the law im ixtsiiia Hnalty was unerinsilutional The decisions of tlie Louisville courts were cited nly Mcott ignored them entirtlv Scott is consideied otte of the ahtest judges iit the state and hils the reputation of haviny but three cases reversed while acting as judteof the circuit for ten years lie was talked of favorably fur thai nomination that advanced ludire Hardily to the Appellate bench but bad health at thHt time prevented hU making a Kyht for He will be urjfed atlougly the pluce tot the next te in iir 1 r- pMIM rpp 1 Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ jtwltf try and Sterility tvuhmontl a Sj es DIX lown W thim 0pm r Ixtund No I6 N06H J4trpm 4 lnpm Mulva rroriftVn I Lank President American Cotton Growers Asso ciation BBCVi k ical All newspapers in the south are respectfully MMl to publi h thi ad Your obedient servant DR A H STEWART AND SURGEON KKM KV PHYSICIAN astitound - No 1 No 3 An ANOTHER LEAGUE Eight tlab Circuit of Hall Mayan hwpaaaa Lv Ar Vic iv Ar Irrtaa Iv V Ii- le I II 1 S 3 pm in s3tpm r all ATTOaiTETS tad Norlhw Conneotin points Weal In the til STEPHEN 1 PARRISH ATTORNEY AT LAW - t W KlMlk te term inc spruits Asheville a Cbattano a9a Atlanta and Florida linly Kic ept Sinluy A WaUIXM T SWIFT Pass A TlrkMt Asrt Cty TiekM AKt ton Ky LomiaviUe Ky rtUe Hut at Iexiurton for all xjiut HtiREEN ti O Mnant Tra n SjiHTlnTfiidnt Washington D C J M rrr of W A TlKK Wahiiuion Trafflr Vfrr Waahintrtou P C C A-- BBKSO TKK A i P A U C iwuui iie Tifa LLP ept 8 1896 Hear sir I am writing to secure the opinion of t il informeil tase ball writers in our amaÂ¬ ss to tbe fosaibilit of the organi Â¬ zation of another leapQe nf profeaskmal clubs and t secure their co operation 1 protit attle circuit can be organized Parties in ed with me control wry ioirible prounds in Itiis city and have means tu secure the services of players equal to any in tre tusinI Robert E wealthy man and the backer of sport events has rrittaa the foliowinir letter to different base ball writers Ieaby of lhiladephia PiTTsrtitiiii 1a Sept 9 a in Nearly all the employes had to come down the tire escape Miss Iter tie Callahan started down with a little child in her arms Half way down she fainted and dropcd the child Officer Cross was jroin up to rescue the woman and managed to catch the child Tne loss will foot up SUH00O This is the second bad lire iu the board of trade building Tbe hist one was iu lssn The Key of the ity i Â¬ Phiiadfiphia A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LA W TAYLOR BROS Dealers in Itelieve thnl an eipht cluti circuit could be arriuked that would be very nvofttabas and would be willing to play all viMtin clutia nn guarantee in this city If desired HflfiBC lobe favored with your views on the I am Very respectfully yours R K Ukabt Sept The city Loiisvn if of Loariawilla will present to Commander-in-Chief Law ler of the O A Bad Francis It Allen rear admiral commanding tbe Naval Veterans association a handsome gilt key as a souvenir of the encampment and also as a token that the city is theirs They will be presented by Majaor Henry S Tyler The business men of Louisville will close their stores on Weduesday out of compliment to the veterans Kv -1 Â¬ KtMifKv M in Street up li B HO ATTORNEY MKD - HMR III DiAZ HR Stoves AT - Tifiwirs A Kentucky 3t 3 lare stock kept constantly on hand treet up stairs FARMERS Call on us for Agricultural plements of all kinds ImÂ¬ W B SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW - Richmond KtNTUKV BUILDERS 30 fA of stairs We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need railroad near Illanchet about forty miles south of Cincinnati Four freight Iittk cars were thrown from the track and Firemau Slosser was inwas put under arrest but splintered llutte and stantly killed and a trainp who was nothing has yet been heard of Ilerk steal ine a ride on the trucks was Kx Mayor Irvine lean has not lieen arrested but a warrant is out for him crushed under the wreckage The three men are charged with deA Large Black Bear frauding the city by meansof fictitious Sept 9 A large Sakoknt Ky warrants in the estimated amount of black bear weighing at least 400 0000 or more pounds was seen by a party of work inumen early Saturday morning a few To Send Vessel to lluenos Ayrea Maihii Sept 9 The government miles east of Regina Pike county and has decided to send a naval squadron a party of fifteen men was soon organ to Huenos Ayres to protect Spaniards ized and went after bruin heavily there who by their desire to assist armed He was making for the CumSpain in quelling the insurrection in berland mountains where he doubtless Cuba have incurred the wrath of the has a partner Alleged Crooked OfUrlal Arretted Mont Sept 9 P L Miles the ex assistant city clerk returned to I Â¬ Â¬ Two Killed in a Railway Wreck 9 Ky IKXiNGTox Sept Two freight trains came together in a head on collision on the Queen and Crescent Â¬ 31 J D M CHKNADLT population of Huenos Ayres who are deeply in sympathy with the Cuban Fifty Two Women Appointed i Ky Sept County I 111 Jndire Frank Itnllock has appointed fifty two lady officers of election and registration four for each of the thirteen precincts in the city They are to conduct the womens department of the cominf election for members of the It is the first elecboard of education tion ever conducted in Kentucky by women Â¬ Â¬ ATTORNEYS MOND on Second street over Cherauits 31 uik AT LAW We make specialties of TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING revolutionists Steamer Wrecked Kenticky gro- 30 t a6 W I SHACKELFORD ATTORMET AT LAW M NEW STORE Rih We are now oen for business and our We respect stock is ready fur inspection tally invite tou to call even if you are not ready to buy but see what we have in the line of DRY GOODS steamer iarlock of Lake Charles La was wrecked 15 miles from the mouth of the Rio Grande August Ml Her cargo of lumber Capt 11 Terasara a crew of four men and one passenger Josepe Simon jr of Port Isabel were Brownsville Tex Sept 9 A report has just reached here that the Â¬ KhSlikV lost steel Works Starting Ip MiniiiKsmiBo Sept y Fires have been started in one of the furnaces of the Watts Steel and Iron syndicate and in a week or ten day will be in full blast The other furnaces and steel plant will be put in operation shortly Lkxixgton May King a Surprise Ky Sept 9 At the sec- Â¬ Office over practice in all the Courts motid KatiotuU Raak as ol Cap- - rt- - b c pons AGENT ond day of the Lexington colored fair May King the Electioneer stallion which cost A Smith McCann 88000 and sold at aution here last winter for ll trot in fast S2000 won the time free-for-a- GLOTHING afterward NEW YORK LIFE Assets Jail BOOTS SHOES Wichita Kas Sept 9 Zip Wyatt alias Dick Yeager the captured leader TRUNKS VALISES LADIES of the desperate outlaw band that suc- Â¬ 5 GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ceeded the famous Dalton ganir in the Oklahoma Territory died at South in the Enid Saturday in the Garfield county We also take measures for ant thing Outlaw In lle Washington Sept 9 Original Leo Chisley Smitbland Livingston county John W Magowan alias John W Mount Sterling Brooks deceased Montgomery Original widow Aman- Â¬ da Magowan Mount Sterling Mont- Â¬ gomery county ray of Louisville was knocked out by of California in six rounds of cyclone fighting at the Buck- Â¬ ingham theater About f00 people re-Â¬ mained after the show to see the fight Freaney Whip Murray Louisville Ky Sept 9 Jim Mur- Â¬ Kentucky Pensioner CLOTHING 162000000 Surplus ill LINL2 jail 20000000 o Mi Policies Written FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD Pure Old Whiskies for Family and Medicinal Ises in 5 and lo gallon Packages a specialty Star lwf Creek Lip sap SILVER Wroleale Dealers CREW KY If the conclusions of Jauffert the great French scientist are to be relied in a Few Days upon there is no reason why the skin of the African should be black and that Church Tuder a Circus lent of the Scandinavian of milky fairness Ky Sept 9 ReyWest Main street Winch rsTFK We are located at jio that is to say there are no apparent nolds circus struck tent here Sunday Broiu ton stand where we solicit causes for this wide variation in color Sunday night all the churches in Jauffert says Theskiuof the African and closed and a big meeting was your valuable patronage negro is of exactly the same anatom- Â¬ town under the canvas ical structure aa that of the fair held tol Bradley at Home skinned flaxen haired Norseman It v OUR PRICES Lajccastkr Ky Sept 6 Col W O may also be shown that in the mucous Â¬ Bradley WE GUARANTEE layers of the skin of dark complexioned noon for arrived home Saturdayheafterthe tirst time since left whites pifrment cells similar to those skin are found in THEY RE IN HARMONY in exactlythe negros way they developed Eminence He is looking well the same are in the Moreover freckles WITH THE TIME blackest African CONDENSED NEWS are of the same nature as the blackness Our buyers leave lor the Eatt next week which has suffused the entire skin of Gathered From All Parts of the Country and will purchase the latest things in the many of the tropical barbarian tribes by Telegraph above artiees which will be open in a Bill Radler one of the train robbers snd a pal of Bill Doolin was captured few vo A Doubt in the Osage reservation after a des- Â¬ Snail emaneipoe woman HENRY KLEIN SON perate fight Home coming at tie dawn For fear of mu wn waits for ner J Hefore the trades union congress MILLER Manner Take her shoes off or the lawn closed at Cardiff it was voted to send Cleveland piam Dealer I two delegates to represent the British M Â¬ 1 Our Samples Will be Ready Why la tha Negro Black Jim Freaney round and yields an unbroken sheet of Mrs Anna Gage wife of Ex lumber like the unwinding of a roll of cloth This sheet of wood is broken Deputy U S Marshal off in convenient lengths which IN passed under dividing knives that cut Columbus Kan says them into Uniform widths e rrespond in with the required depth of the I was delivered If thd Uixes are to be made up at of TWINS In once the hKips are bent around iron less than 20 mincylinders to give them the form of thH utes and with box after which the bottom is pressed pain in and nailed in place Comparatively raF SaR7 scarcely any only fy after using few boxes are put together in the two bottles of larger mills In most cases the product is dried and shipped to the cheese manm i ufacturing centers where the boxes MOTHERS working men at the next meeting ot are completed The boxes in the the American Federation of Labdr finished state are too bulky for econom FRIEND Fire which broke oui in the ante ical handling room of Paul tveres lodge rooms id Tail remnants which are not wide DID NOT STJFFEK AFTERWARD Masorjie temple Hbstoh Sattirday was enough fot are used forthc cover pfSeiit by Fxpre orninll on receipt nf price Coned to the third arid fourth floors of baaxl and for the narrow band that OO Si net per bottle BH iu airruisiu the building but not dntil damage td HaM around the iMTttinn of the bo Dili Irce the amount of 50000 had been done Si Businun l kki iaioi co The boxes vary in size both ax regards ny ALL OKI t CISTS s I Dallas Little a horseman living neat1 depth and diameter The most Com m J lSradys rille died at Manchester O mon size will hold a cheese of from 1 from injuries sustained while exhibit sixty to sixty five pounds Such a box People ittg a horse at the Manchester fair A is en Indies deep and fifteen and one little girl raised her parasol causinrf half inches in diameter This is the the horse to shy throwing Little out size of cheese nrktst In demand for eft The Chicago Grain Warehouse assow port The size for home consumption BEST HAND Ciation composed of elevators that is as a rule much smaller and requires IN THE SEWED practically control the grain business a box from live to six inches deep but PROCESS -- WORLD have been cited to appear before the of the same diameter as the other attorney general and show that the Various kinds of timber are used to are not a trust Operating contrary to form the heads of the box but elm is law the accepted material for the hrxips At Philadelphia the Philadelphia and Owing to peculiarities of the soil the Louisville baseball clubs played a timber in some localities is inclined to morning game Saturday it being La- be shaky the checks or shakes running bor day in Pennsylvania and the local around the log and following the grain 1T5 club won by hard hitting It was tha of the timber Such timber was usetenth consecutive victory for Philadel less when the hi Hips were sawed but For Boys phia In the rotary process much of it can be Prince tismarek has accepted tha turned to rood account The bulk of For Men presidency of the Stettin Krieger Ver the elm timber Used in this business i remit Wear W- - L Donclaa shoe and len war society The emperor sent brought in from Canada pair A Ml lee and IeO to 3M Iie errraiKT taHh other mafcr bat leath r a an invitation to Prince Bismarck to at au The western peninsula of Ontario nree of tend the banquet which will take lying north of Lake Erie contained one W I IMuflmhom reniMln the amnae niped place on Monday as the representa of the larpest tracts of elm timber on onsoie wlDwilaaiiiuKii Haaa ataMaf tive of the province of Pomerania It has lieen great de the continent JACK FREEMAN The Sioux at Rosebud agency undef pleted In recent years The logs are t Richmond Ky the leadership of Hollow Horn Pear a taken out In winter when the swamps powerful and influential chief have are frozen and are skidded near the warned Indian Agent Wright and his railways or on the lake shore Tho employes to vacate the agency within bulk of them are taken to the mills by twenty one days They threaten to water in tow of powerful steam tugs burn the agency buildings Hon Henry A Warner one of the Cheap iaa in BirmlnKhambest known citizens pf Allegheny The city of Birmingham Bagfaad county Pa died at 1811 oclock Sat supplies pure coal tras to its citizens at ttrday morning at his home in Aspin 54 cents a thousand The municipality wall Mr Warner had been ill soma bought out two private pas companies with a complication of kidney at a price which makes an annual east time and heart troubles aggravated by to the city of MttMlL This amount asthma has leci pniil for seventeen years and Lord Sholto Douglas yotlngest son tho people o llirtning ham have reaped a of the Marquis of Queensberry WhoM net proiit en the investment during recent marriage to Miss Loretto Moon thatthx ol miooo means so much more than r y a concert hall singer in ltakersfield you imagine serious and i brought him quite proininentlv before A Watch That Baa Baa Since ITM a ad the public is now a resident of Los Is still a hh Timepiece fatal diseases result from Angeles and intends to make it hi Swig 1redericU W Moore of the trifling ailments neglected permanent home superior court is the poaMMOT of an At Saturday mornings session of the heirloom in the shape of a watch that Dont play with Natures 1 national letter carriers convention no amount of money would luiv greatest gift health irand Rapids Mich was selected as the St Louis Republic And besides If you aTe feeling the place for holding the next conven- - its value as an heirloom it has a hisj out of sorts weak tion Buffalo was withdrawn from toric interest and generally exhausted nervous the contest on the third ballot and the The timepiece is of the open face hae no appetit irand Rapids 306 bulls eye pattern As with all old ballot resulted and cant work begin at once takRochester N Y 99 style watches of the pattern mening the most relia A cablegram has been received by tioned the outer case must be removed ble strengthening E W Mann from Johannsburg South before it can be wound medicine which is The outer Brown s Iron BitAfrica announcing that Charles White Ctm f this watch is of hammered ters A few botwas in custody at that place White gold and all the work on it was done tles cure benefit comes tmm the is the man who became famous as the by hand While this is apparent from ery first dose it husband of Mrs Nagle of Cheyenne the workmanship it is further proved wont stam ycuT tteth a n I us Wyo by stealing about SlaOOoo in by the date on the inside which is pleasant to take money bonds and valuables 174 There is an inscription on the inside as follows Iraniel Ie St Leu Forecast for Monday Servant to Her Majesty Loudon Her Washington Sept For Kentucky Gen- Â¬ majesty then was the queen of treorge Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia erally fair southerly winds For Ohio Fair warmer winds shifting to II the then reipniug kinr of England Neuialgia Troubles The authentic history of this valusoutherly Constipation Bad Blood For Indiana Generally fair during Monday able timepiece is this In the years pre- Â¬ cloudy and probably showers during the night Malaria Nervous ailments 4 ceding 1754 William Augustus duke of southerly winds Womens complaints Cumberland the second sou of leorge Cet onlv the ccnume it has crossed red II was tlie commander of the British n lb- wrapper All ethers arc suh- CHEESE BOX MAKING armies In the Scottish campaigns and alitatea On receipt o4 two 2c stamps we j arill aend set erf Tei Beautiful VS urMa 1 in the campaigns apainst the Prussians Fair Vi w an book tree and the Russians and when he was at L CO BALTIMORE MO Vast Numbers Turned Out Yearly the head of the British Hanoverian by Expensive Machinery and Danish forces of fifty thousand men Dr Frederick William Sehwartze BRIDGEFORDS Competition Anion Manufacturer Has a Hanoverian was on his staff as surgeon At the eloM of the campaitrn Created a reat Indus ry- - How against the Prussians and the Russians the ItoieN Are Tut the duke had three watches made like Together the one Jajdjre Moon has and of which SEE THEM it is one The watches were presented An idea of the magnitude of the to three oflicers of the dukes staff by EXAMINE THEM cheese industry in this country is given him as a mark of his esteem hie by the fact that the boxes in which the Dr Sehwartze PI RCHASE THEM went to as cheese is shipped represent a cost of verian one to a British ofticera Hanoand one nearly half a million dollars annually to a otii r The presentations It is not many yeirs says the New were Danish in made the York Sun since cheese was shipped in services had 175 After 77T doctors ended in and the any kind of barrel or lxix which would duke had returned to London it was hold from one to half a dozen ffood he succeed rated forms packed in straw to keep expectedbut the would of a son to the to his birth them from being bruised or broken iu throne elder brother cut him out the handling It was only factory made cheese that received such protec THE MARKETS tion while dairy cheese was sent to market destitute of any covering other rinrt rfiATi ept t than its own roughly bamlaevd rind from Spring patent f34o 3 Go spring which in most cases proved invulnerfaicy JtlMiilo spring family tit- able Competition araopg manufactur30J 3 li winter patent t 3 3u IM funcv I sxfcW ers has changed all this and at present family 2 6S280 extra KSOttiiS low grade I jaw J Mfxxxj - 0 the manufactureof boxes gives employWhkat sales No I red track ft c ment ho a large number of hands ami ivhn Sales No 2 yellow elevator 374c necessitates the use of powerful and ample mixed track 22c Ne Oatexpensive machinery mixed September 21 Hc Cattm Fair to good shippers H55 00 It was customary in the early days of liOO medium butchers the business to saw the hoops as the choice butchers HW 25oa3 SO common large body of the box is called out of an4f0 Market ftO to 75c lower fair to good Calves SOLD IN the log in planks about one fifth of an iicht Vivas 00 extra W2iua50 common inch in thickness The waste of mate- and large 30c55 UO and strong Hoes oJI0o RICHMOND rial was a most serious objection to this higher Market active best on sale to Select none of the plan fully fifty per cent of the timber butchers H40 4 4V packers H36 440 fatal going in sawdust The invention of light H304 45 common and rough IS 7i t the rotary cutting machine has pre- 120 Ship and 037r vented this waste and at the same time food to choice Lambs Sheep Extrato 3fair 1100 12 00t2 75 common produced a better hoop than the sawed ttl 7V Ldimbs Extra 4S5 450 good to choice article The chief timber used in mak- Â¬ ta 7534 Jli common to fair 275j350 New York Sept 7 ing cheese box hoops is the common Ft orH State and western ijuiet weak swamp elm No other timber seems The Sxtv filth Stove was soUl to 8 red Septembe- No 8Zj1 to possess the same qualities of light- te Wheat October 83c December sHiasSc MR W S PRYOR Ne lh Street 11 lsc ness toughness and elasticity so reCobb No 2 dull September 3tc October quisite for cheese boxes as this once J8c Oats despised product of American forests BS4C bid No 2 westernbid S3Ke September October 3c The logs after being cut in the proper BrrrAto Sept Z lengths generally five feet for an ordiCattle Market about steady but slow Hoos Yorkers l450e4S5 light do ftOOj nary cheese box of fifteen and a half mixed packers WSicti 60 prime heavy 1400 or sixteen inches diameter are thrown N 70 pigs 2 H5a44 2 BUCK EYE into long vats filled with water where Sheep and Lambs Good to extra mixed they are boiled from fifteen to twenty sheep 260n325 light to fair 52 250250 hours The time required to soften the prime Iambs HflOSlW light to good iaTit export sheep ja 2 timber or cook it as the operation is 4 50 Canadas Km called varies according to the size of Chicago Sept T CUBES NQTHINS BUT PILES the timber and the season Large logs Calls on December wheat opened at 57t require to be cooked longer than small Wgc sold between 5Btc and 80c last price 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 7 Puts ones particularly when the logs are 5SHc price opened at 58c sold at 5H 58e m known for IS years as the hftc frozen It is not uncommon to find the last Calls on May corn opened at 29c sold at 4 BEST REMEDY for PILES g center of a log still frozen after fifteen 2B4tc last price l9Sc Puts opened at 2o l SOIlt BY ALL UKI fiOIHTH hours of boiling Experience is the sold at 8Su9c last price 9 V muliTlIAStS08 1LX3 CO ST L3TO PmsBCKGH Sept 7 best guide in this part of the business Cattle Prime t5205 40 good 20 4411 and to know when the timber is thor- good Butchers 430 rough fat t275aS375i oughly cooked and not overdone is one fresh cows and springers f 15 00 40 00 -KENTUCKY 3Hous Market steady at unchanged prices of the things acquired only by con Sheep Exports IS 403 70 extra sheep 280 stant observation When sufficiently S10 good 240 270 fair 1150 2C0 com- Â¬ boiled the logs are lifted in iron grap- Â¬ mon 50c 1100 spring lambs 1325 REMEDY CO ples from the vats and laid on skids Veal Calves ie00a65O heavy and thin where the bark is removed Then a calves 12003300 RICHMOND KY Toledo O Sept 7 lo Is lifted by a crane and swung into red cash and September Wheat No place in the machine where it is held 61c December 82 He In a horizontal position by chucks or roan No 2 mixed oash See No 3 do S4Kt September 36c No 3 white caah S dogs that center it at each end FOR Oats -- No 2 mixed September 20c In this position the log revolves like RTB No 2 cash 43V4C roll of paper in a printing press The a Baltimore Sept 7 knife which does the cutting is vei v Flock- - Weak 2 red spot and September 614 Whea- t- No heavy and is bolted to a heavy head R called a carriage which is fed for M 61 Sc October 630240 steamer No I red 5VHc ward by screws toward the revolving spot 040J4c October 40a log In the most approved machines asked Oats No 2 white western 6HS7e No 1 the knife has an end or oscillating as well as a forward motion This reduces nixed do MQ IttDlAjfAPOLis Sept 7 a CL RES GL XKANTEED the strain on the machine and permits Cattlb Market steady at yesterdays quo Â¬ the cuttintr of soft unsound and shuky--- s tations For full particular address Hogs Good to choice medium K40 45o As the kuifo comea in contact with the timber the inequali jaitKd 48Vi4 40 choice lights H 10 i T B STEPHENS N Sheep Market steady atyeaterdavs Quota f the log are first shorn off and Manager IBM Â¬ gradually the log becomes perfectly Madisop Monumental and Granite Works -- Muuiifacttirer of ant lHaler in- - FOREIGN and AMERICAN MARBLE and GRANITE Tablets Healsto statuary Monuments Tombs FINe WORK m Work 7 SPECIRLTY Write for 1 TKADE SOLICITED ol aaa Â¬ delivered to any part the state minim and prices Â¬ GEORGE ODOZIER 3 Proprietor - Corner Francis and Irvine streets mm - Letter Writers I 000000 Wear you kiinw where to et WLDouglas Shoes 500 ac j 300 The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish Â¬ 350 250 f f 250 200 STATIONERY Visiting Oarda and Weitiling Invitations Engraved A k lut pr 244i2aV H ui Yts If H BROWN s 7 OpfMaite Hold Gh ml Ky rr 0 P Armer THE MAIN STREET JEWELER elrv and has now on hand a nice new clean a wortmenl ovel- in all t the jewelry line th i any than thev can be market liont miv All we some inced - In Poor Health Browns that this is the in afford to pav at prices tl REPAIRING ami OF ALL KINDS DONE ON SHORT N0T Rottl anBsfc wiaaar warranted Old bough or taken in ami - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jron Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bitters al- have Iliiirella reailymaile to slip on while you wait ranging in price from onelollar ani a halt ami two dollaa that will make your old trainee into new umbrellas at letis than a new one arill We Â¬ r Muuincurrl THE F P nly by ROBINSON CO you Buston Uais It Cures ay style is We have a with Old title spectacle of Sooalaaaiodai jpll frame that itM put in a solil you vBkJBBt that we ii sell you at titty seven cents warrant a tit will pay tive doifaug V i y i j Respectfully KJVEayyjl I Â¬ ECONOMIST RANGE DPARMER GOLD - SILVER OR GREENBACKS Gibsons Â¬ Either will parehaae more Drv Gooda at White than at any other boose in Uirlitnoinl 1st 1 From imw until f Dresi July intend to shuirhter all kinds Goodn9 jnak for-m- -r tions Coraets Gloves and Hosiery al priees that will for thenwlves Look at the following n tliirl off or 25e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ XA j prices for eanh Half wo 1 Challis gold nv It - - -- lc all wool Ir- - Goods at net cost In Whit and Silk Waist Patterns we have an entiles assortment will pay yon to price them Hosiery C rsets and you Â¬ PC OO the reduction will astonish von which for tinality and jir lov Â¬ CHE 11 SCO rant touch ehwwherl Jaue and Mu lin Underwear at your owu price live this 90 day cash sale your attention We mean BUSINESS Â¬ Â¬ it will save you inouey -- Â¬ StaBLEsSii j v riUll Respectfully White Look At Gibson Look If OINTMENT gOME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look M E B R I the following Specialties 25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Kills Cheap Feed Cotters Cheap Wheat Uills Cheap Corn Haskers Cheap Cane Mills Cheap jflpBorators Cheap I O A G A Â¬ Â¬ 4- WATT3 Positive Cure Liquor Morphine N - Fodder Shredders Cheap Cirm--Mixe- Cocaine Tobacco Habits S O R F fiaf Prasses Cook Stofes Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Eveiyhing Cheap At SHACKELFORD Cheap s Cheap Y O k RichTl- - HKi GENTRYS aaasaaBaa THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON D P ARMFR PC7BLI8H11I Kditor Manager WEDNESDAY BT STATES CARE OF THE POOR AM eTFS NKeil FXT FOR PRK YKSTING THE EXISTENCE OF THE POOS Â¬ IVIKl Tho Climax Printing PIUCK Co PER YKAR fl50 ANNOUNCEMENTS man C I r I subject - Ji candidal for City I to the action of the Deal ij tdc tde Ml WELLS f the u iefno ralic 12 from the Court ilauM ri Wt are it b i h 0 HYREH utijeLt ti the u a tint of the I cnio JOHN Coudi A MUtSHON cMMiMat for Ot mbject to the a i y - - - W LILLY party M f Powell subject to the 12 tde STATE Sf lKMH KATH WA I TICKET HAKMN sf M R T I VLKR f Fssstm R C KlIK I C W ikMAN hkmir hemrt s h i roai ik nioifps M IN CHENA1 WKDXKSDAY KIT at 11 1895 Pfiw utic barbecue ville Satin Tin M shelly idatea nosuina--aturdav were lor McCreary i -- - more aturdsy tried and two there- - MK to r follow Aithdrawal from the Coiled Mates Senator leaves him free to speak for t lie Democratic tieket exclusively H tile umriler of the Koden baughs waived examination and was three jiiarters of our harps and banjos inded to tinrank fort jail which is and set our young girls to the practical near the ix nitcntiary 1 Even during the hard financial strain of the past two vears the great majority of those who have suffered have been those who have never been taught to do anything or at least never leeu taught with a thoroughness that makes instruc tion convertible into terms of dollar and cents bread and butter The generic problem of the race is to keep soul and body together and the school problem is first of all to put the rising generation in the way of making So the junction of the two possible long as the State assumes the care of p ra Â¬ pes it is the duty of the State to use it- best means t prevent the existence of paupers and one of the most direct means to that end is to see to it that all the children in the State are thoroughly instructed in reading writing and arithmetic and are substantially trained in the practice of some form of remunera tive handiwork writes the Rev Charles II Parkhurst D in a vigorous article on Compulsion iu Child Training in the September I alies Home Journal There is work enough to be done in this big world by jieopie who are willing to work and who know how The idea of immense wealth secured by some prog I financial legerdemain has so er vaded the general atmosphere that a sufficiency has ceased to satisfy and a young man resolves either to Speculate his way to fortune or to steal sonic ones rtmie or if both the expedients fail to turn professional idler and sub The incentive to sub sist on charity stantial equipment for the struggle of lite is thus withdrawn If were the 9tnte I would compel every child to ac quire the means of an honest livelihood even at the risk of the whip and then if having acquired that means he failed to avail of it to his own maintenance I would commit him to the workhouse and keep him at hard lalxr there till he ex- Â¬ perienced a change of heart There is no respectable consistency between States care of the pool and States neglect of stiingent means for preventing the existence of the jmmjt If a government ought to U- - paternal to the extent of feeding paupers it ought to be paternal to the extent of teaching paupers P be able to The root difficulty in feed themselves all this matter is the indisposition of par etits and other constituted authorities to make serious business of laying substan tial foundations in the early years of our young people boy and girls One of the chief sources of misery among the working classes is the wifes ignorance of the duties that belong to her She is ignorant of them because she has never been compelled to learn them If we could split half of our pianos into kindling wood and pluck the ttings out of Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Kx 4 eml inj f tf some tune at rah ire hard but it v lie that so rank a silver man ten tinkering with chloride of gold The commingling of the Blue and the in Kentucky a slave State that ought to go far toward didn spanning the i lit Versailles sun claims task of becoming proficient in a way upon some line or other of remunerative industry it would le a peuninn to society in general In what ever direction we look and whatever improvement we seek to effect we come back to it again and again that the end determined bv the beginning and that foundations of all public betterment have to ie laid in the children i Â¬ l 1 k that Ruck DEMOCRATIC HARMONY withdrawal elect Blackburn hut that hi n In of a feather will The State Central Coinmitte has flock together and that Ruckiier and an ad Ires- - to the 1einociats of Ken McCreary are birds of a leather r at advising harmony in the ranks -than Backner and Black- - lucky the reletratiug of all differences to the background and requesting a solid vote for Hardin in Novemlier to wit Ktll HIM In obenjeaee to the resolution recenttiarlie Mre has been am ly adopted by the State Central Coniniit at Islington ly tlie lovermiieiit charge e undersigned earnestly appeal to ne matter through the with The only way to yet rid of the patriotism loyally and devotion of mails the Democratic party in the interest kill him good government and the prosperity and MONTHLY UuP KKISJKT welfare of the people of Kentucky h give their united and hearty support to port we have had tle ticket and platform made bv the rowing weather party at the June convention held in this another month flattering ne in- - citv and the for the farmers of the state In Whatever opinions you may hold as moat of the counties good rains have alinomic question- - whatever differ en w Idle rom those counties where the ences there may exist relative thereto drouth lias prevailed since Inly last we earnestly and sincerely ask yon to good shower are reported correspon Â¬ lay them on the altar o the party for dents sayiu not enough but very help ty and success and unite in one orn and tobacco Where sreU effort to defeat the Republican ful t stock wa- - scarce the pond and creeks party and its aoanini Certainly no true Democrat desires have lieen partially supplied All crre sponeleuts agree thai the early corn is the election of the Republican ticket now ast the danger line is curing up and the defeat of the Democratic ticket liicelv and w ill lie the heaviest known Wa should wisely bear iu mind that in y in the past our sister states nf the South The Government resrt for August were subjected to a bitter and degrad- the average condition of corn in ing excrience and a loss of gKMl gov at 11 which average exceed- - ernment prestige prosperity and that of any state named except Missouri wealth under Republican control of I la and Texas their state and local govern metal af Correspondents report the outlook for aul relief came only through the rtiooa as improving Denmcrntic party coming into power while in Trig Cliristian and some other It is a well known siguifil Bill fact that rn counties complaint of worms is Northern men or Republicans moving Krom Tritg the correspondent into or locating in the Southern States made says The worm is getting in its work Sana awakened to the lad and natat in lively style and will damage the crop sity in their own interests of voting Knm with the Iemocratic party for control of in spite of all that can lie d M Tobacco crop fine hut the the State and local affairs as a guaran- Â¬ Christian worms are destroying it tee of genu I government as against the PasKrom the county of Hadiaon Republican party and had government tures look green as they did las spring The good MHple of Kentucky surely tobacco very do not want to try the folly and danger corn the Lest in years Bad worms verv liad ous exierinient of turning over the State mties and local affairs to the Republican parIn the larger the ravages of the worm have reduced ty nearly one half of which is composed the average several points since my last of the negro vote The present peaceful Pastures are good vegetables and social condition of the State de reixirt ahuiiiant melons plentiful and apples mand at your hands the election of the in greater abundance than ever known Democratic nonuness The election of in this state the Republican ticket and surrender of W HKAT control of our State government to the The average yield of wheat is not as Republican party means a radical large as was expected the rains having change in our social and public educadestroyed much of it in the shock and tional conditions that will brintr trouble It is placed at 10J bushels ier and evil to our people The administra stack acre tion of affairs of State by the Dcmo ToMv cratc party commends itself to all good Referring to the rejHirf- - of correspon citiatus and is a jotent reason why the dents aoove it will lie seen that toliacco Republican party should not come into has not done so well hut it is to be hoped siwer with its known methods and polthat the goood weather of the past week icies based upon its history as a party The per cent is will greatly tienetit it The eople of Kentucky are more placed a interested iu an honest aud procrlv ad ministered State government as given Pastures throughout the State were and guaranteed by the Democratic party The per than in any other eunttou affecting the never better at this season campaign especially when this one discent is placed at turbing question must lie longhff out and All correspondents report the heaviest settled upon national ground years The condition is crop at pnrn We plead for harmouv charity and at Itfi and the acreage as aanv frelearance under the broad m thought and utterance iu a spirit of conpared with last vear at 10 ciliation on the part of the Democratic man raw of the State and of every Demo All section of the State report a heavy Per cratic voter throughout the State or crop of all kind of garden product their united action and supjiort of the cent Mn K entire ticket and platform Ixt us with The per 0O9 mind one heart spirit and pa All stock in good condition lalior for the defeat of the Republican cent party and its ticket by a majority so rt returns show a pronounced that Kentucky will become ats of 2 bushels more firmly settled than ever iu the Average yield per aTe on last estimate Kentucky is the cratic column Ier acre home of a contented peaceful people uanc The returns are so meager as to hemp it specially as to our social and educa-Â¬ is impossible to give a air average only tional conditions we must remeinlier a fcw counties reporting The per cent that the public schools of our iaced at 100 lie sacredly guarded and iro CIUJI M MIIMSV B ft should tected from race mixture or race dis- Xn- -Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir 1 Â¬ i ller Th1 showers of the past week have torbance C0HKK8P0NDBNUE PERSONAL livened up nature to some extent but a supreme ijuestion The good general rain is much needed in this Shall the that contronts us is VMIEV MEW Mr Sidney McSwaiu is at the 6 A R St H k water is very scarce and locality Democratic party or the Republican Pro Crooke began school here Mon- drinking water in rather a dangerous Mr N V White has returned from party control the governmental affairs New York day condition or the people Some cases of You must answer this of Kentucky T J Jones road overseer is putting ever are already reported and more are Mr Marcus Prewitt of Mt Steeling was question at the iolls in November next onr roads in splendid order here Sunday likely to follow as a consequence o the We have abiding faith in your wisdom 4 N Little our dentist leaves to day consumption of water in its preeent con- Mr Ed Rowland of Dnuvilie was aud good sense and believe you will or a two weeks stay with rieuds at Kan- Mitions roll up the old time decisive majority here- last week sas City Mo Miss Annie McKee has returned to The meeting at Bethel closed on Sun for our nominees the whole ticket and preached here day night with aliout ninety additions Rev Win Crow Jr that there will be no laggards or sulk loretto school a ni and at Forest Some forty or more were bentised the Mr J Tevis Wilkerson ol Lexington last Sunday at eis on the dav of election Hill in the afternoon others having fallen from grace returned was here last week AN EARLY AUTUMN MAGAZINE Bro Cheek will conduct music loving people of this place to the fold The Mr Woolstein of the N Y S went to had the opportunity to attend a vocal services here Saturday night Sunday and Compulsion in Child Training is the Louisville last night and instrumental entertainment last Sat- Sunday night and we are told may conEx County Judge Jack Sharp of Essubject which the Rev Charles 11 Park tinue them during the week With two urday night burst D D discusses wisely and well in till was here Saturday series of meetings within a month we Pro Kersey and wile Mrs G W the September Indies Home Journal of Oarrard Mr Win KavMiauuh revival Hutchison and others participated in are expecting quite a spiritual His article is ably supplemented by Edcounty was here Saturday According tosppointntent the Madison the vocal and in trumeutal program ward W Iwiks excellent editorial on Mr D R Freeman is iu Louisville Dr G N Little with his comic recitaCo Teachers Association convened at The mingling with the i A It buys ur Schools and ur Teachers this place in Bethel church on Saturday tions brought clown the house Woman Who PaintsCats is the striking tcacheis patrons and Man Mis J F Slusher of TnicviHe is vii Sept 7 Bros Cheek and Bash began a series title of a full page devoted to Madam ting her parents Mr and Mrs J S of HjeetiegS at Bethel Christian church friends responded and had a good time llenritte Ronner the celebrated cat Most of those who were on last Saturday which will continue about generally painter several copies of her most cele Mr Chas Nelson of Frankfort was two weeks ami Riddell the program were absent but the subjects Ios Cardwell brated pictures being given The Men assigned to others resent and the Who Write Our Comic iperas are rep up last week to see his parents at Silver recently closed a series of meetings at were time amply occupied Mr Charles Brock Creek that place Let thognod work continue resented by portraits and sketches of gave a neat little address ol welcome and Dr Phil Rolierts and daughter Mw The Composer of Wang The Com The proprietor of the Shelving R ick responded to ia aspicv and enjoya- Â¬ poser of Bobbin Hood and The Com Â¬ Eva and Miss Tudor are attending the Hotel apt Potts WSB informs me that ble manner by Mr Jesse Cobb Theoniv poser of Princess Ronnie Oraceful G A R of New by was an honored guest at his pap r read was one on Attention preiu theme and melodious in construction He stated that the Mrs James Mitchell smith is in Louis- place last week pared by Miss Mary Campbell This beis Mr Robert Ooverleys soug Loves ville and will see the grand o A Captain kept in his room so close that he ing a new subject before the Association Reflections written exclusively for this parade to day believed that the Captain had juiued and one that is vastly important received Grape Greenwood issue of the Journal his bill and he advertised his horse and Squire I P Amur wentto Louisville The next a fair quota of discussion writes of The Man Who Most Influ yesterday and will parade with the wagon for sale that was left in his care meeting of this Association will he Me E Barr of Conversaence Amelia Several from this plan attended the at Union this county on Saturday Sept Marines x dav tion a the Dinner Table and Frank R Teachers Association at Bethel last Sat 28 We hope they may have as good a Miss Hartman the Hotel Glyndon IStocktona lxive Before Breakfast unlaw sickness prevented your corres tune as we have had and that the teach Mrs milliner has returned from New York conies to a happy conclusion pondent from attending ers mav be eminently benefitted by their Mallons The Early Winter Iionnets She will soon have a fall opening in her Niw The following appeared in these exchange of idesa line and Silk and Woolen Bodices are ago Last SunMr A C Green of Cincinnati is columns some weeks daintily illustrated by Abhv E Cnder m in in k spending a few days with his mother day evening BsHC Fowler in company uoodae are Party Dresses for Children returning from prayer Chestnuts will be plentiful place and recuperating from a severe with friends was by W Oranville Smith and The Early this and song service held at the home of S The common schools are all well atillness by Frank O Small Autumn Coats C Johns near Syloam church he was tended Women who love dainty needlework Mr Ernest Jarman o Colorado is in and assaulted by John Broad Several persons spent Sunday at the will be delighted with Helen Mar Richmond again his old home alter an provoked das etc Last county curt dav while Mallory Springs Adams Oreek Embroidery Designs alisence o many years He hasnt returning home from Richmond Broad Mr John Moody still drives his OS and Mr- - Rarnes Braces A liridal Table changed much in appearance dus accosted your correspondent about team and deais in lumber Set This autums bride will tind much Hon Tom Jim Ballard of Rockcastle uscing his name in the matter and A protracted Meeting has been in practical advice in Mrs Hamilton Mots countv or more specifically speaking wanted to know by what authority had progress at Led Lick for the past two article on This Autumns from top of Rig Hill was here yesterday you I reI the right to write that weeks J Harry Adams on business still the best looking man in Wedding Etiquette plied that I considered it a good item as Regular church meeting days at Pilot writes of Some Artistic Doorways and his countv I it was vouchsafed by eye witnesses Knob Baptist church Saturday and sun several bright women give some charm Mr and Mrs F B Carr left on Satur am aware of the fact that every person day next ing ideas for Beautifying the Home NEW VoRK FASHION LETTER day fpr Buffalo Niagara Boston New mav freely and fully speak write and Preparations are being made to manu E Rexford writes of Cultivating Bben York Philadelphia Baltimore and Washprint or any subject being responsible facture sorghum out of the large cane the Lily and Emma M HiKiper of ington The most fashionable abrics for yacht They will he gone several weeks for the abuse of that liberty A little crop abicb is rapidly ripening Dressing the Young Girl Altogether and take in ins Bowns are serge linen and duck many points of interest along old newspaper correspondent was an Durrett Jackson is progressing with this attractive issue which goes out with models are made ot w bite linen the way epithet he used accompanied with great his studies on a specialty and says he Beautiful a cover especially designed by Mr C D with wide Sailor collars of some bright HAS JUST RETURNED Mrs Sally Ann Grimes of Kansas animosity Whether or not his sarcastic will socju surprise the populace with Gibson is worth ten times its price of color The popular ecru linen collarettes City Mo is visiting her sister Mrs refered to the italicized word something startling utterances ten cents The Ijtdies Home Journal is and plastrons aie used lioth for cotton P Dentberage and brother Mr G W or the capitalized word I will not under This community is peaceable and quiet published by The Curtis Publishing Co county She left here thirty take to say When the time came for a and everybody plods along their way and and wool dresses The skirts are gored Bailee this of Philadelphia for ten cents per numhave- a stilf interlinWHERE HE BOUGHT AN IMyears ago and this is her first visit back collision between his riding switch and we have no Grand Army excitement or lined with silk and ber and one dollar per year MENSE STOCK OF notwithstanding she was a favorite sister inv soft hat I determined to use pike free silver discussions very little interest ing half a yard deep Mohair is the favorite fabric for trench cycling costume Mrs C S McDonald in charge of rock as a defender aal had nothing to is manifested in the race for State offices COMMENTS ON THE LATE COL Richmonds telephone exchange will defend myself trom the expected attack but the git steal question to contend The Kniekerlioekers are very full and ESTILL leave tomorrow for Kokonio Logansport but a worn single blade of Russell on with is how to get a real good chew of strapped over the knee The skirts are few days how toeunect the human system and Indianapolis Indiana for a but as tobacco the old crop of home made is short and made with several sale pleat Tattler in Louisville lime- - BBJI In her absence her assistant Mis pike rock was plentiful he made a motion aliout exhaused and there is no money or box pieeta The jackets have full rest AT skirt- - wide revers and large sleeves With the psnniagof Col Clifton Estill Elizabeth Butler will conduct the ex to reach for his Smith Wesson locket to buy store tobacco with hence the which describes as well the newest coat who died at his home in Madison county change If Richmond has any one institu- edition on how to perforate the human article- is scarce and an r4d chewer will for early autumn The cape will contin SUB MARINE PRirES K this week the State loses one of the tion that islietter managed than others it body Finale Ei J almost invariably ask you if you have ue to be the most popular garment on ino t illustrious descendants of the old is the telephone exchange r any terbaeker wid you when he meets t account of the continuation of the vohi He will sell them m oalya slight ad pioneers The Estill family is noted in you on the highway Cuir LATE LITERARY NEWS ASOI Both capes and jackets urinous sleeve the annals of the dark and bloody vance Qualities and quantities to suit ttt as wll as ntire costumes in tailor style all sized pocket books Beratotbc wife of Wesley Barnes on ground and its founder went on the K K Fiction and travel are the strong points the 2nd a girl IAINI More patriotism will be braided in the same color or black warpath w ith Daniel Boone and other of the September Cosmopolitan Mr A K Lackey our Kistuiaster is The new shades of alpaca are also braidwhich of his time R C Adams and class did them noted pioneers Prof Near the by the way illustrates Ix tter than any quite sick w ith fever ed N veltieiS in woolen fabrics are gate of the cemetery at Richmond the selves great credit Sunday The Mr II B Estridge and R H Iedforl previous number the perfection of its cneehed and plaid crepon in the new passer by catches sight of a large and excellent plant for printing a magazine of the highare both quite sick this week Thecolors most recent importation of imposing monument on the Estill lot est ciass Conan Doyle H II Fowler of Wood Our old friend Thos Boyesen Quite a crowd from this place attended silk are all the varieties of faille and P It commemorates the killing ol this lord was heartily welcomed by many the Slate Lick Camp Meeting last and Clark Russell are among the storyweek Velvets and velvet ribbons corded silk famous trapper Estill who was slain tellers A well known New York lawyer here Sunday Miss Jennie Parks has gone to Rich appear in great quantities and velvet by an Indian in one of the memorable That new house of worship was dedi mood where she will enter schiwi on the Bowers in all varieties relates the story of A Famous Crime and colors will le battles between the pioneers and sav the murder ot Dr Parkman by lro- - cated Sunday Thanks to everybody Hill used by the modistes during the coming The monument is a magnificent W I Webster A delightful sketch ol who contributed Mays left last Wednesday for season one and the murder of Estill is de An English Counter House- - Party is Mr R J Biggins left for New York Williamsburg where he enters school The McDowell Fashion Magazines in picted in has leiief BOOB its face Col Irom the pen of Nina larre Smith the Sunday to vish his family He will re- this week which one sees many illustration f these Cliff Estill was never happier than when house at which she visited being no less turn in a few days Miss Maggie Francis returned to Corbin new fancies are very interesting reading he had a crowd of young folks around than the historic Abbottsford still occuThe- sermons by Revs Parsons and last week alter spending her two months for this month Thev give loth the his hospitable fireside where he would pied by the direct descendants of Sir Tribble were vigorous and edifying vacation here Paris and New York fashions and are of hold forth for hours upon the subject Walter Seott The Realm of the Won Sunday They were heartily congratuMr W A Anderson and wife formerly invaluable service to the professional as of his ancestors brave deeds He owned derful is descriptive of of vour city are boarding at Mr thest range forms lated well as to the amateur dressmaker the trusty ritle which he had carried of life discovered by science in the Francis until their new house near here La Mode de Paris and laris Album along the trail when he went out to Dr James has news from his daughter is superbly illustraoceans depth and is completed of fashion cost SooO each per years sub Â¬ who was so near death some time ago kill an Indian or two before breakfast ted in a surprising and marvelous way scription or 35 cents a copy The as an appetiser aud Col lit that she is so nun h improved as to be would by the author who is a member of the in Mill French Drees maker is 300 per an- OF A FINE have- regarded it as a sail III gin US thing able to walk a little Dropsy is her M Smithsonian staff An article on Cuba D Settle A Son will still ueuilll num or 30 cents a copy and Lb Mode to part w ith this relic is timely Without bothering the read- trouble their place of business where they ex- Â¬ 150 a year or is home mar Richmond on the SpeedÂ¬ li cents a copy W L Leeds and family came up from er with unnecessary description of the pect to continue with their many cuswell pike was a beautiful old mansion famous It their tomers Valley View Sunday morning Kill ONLY yachts now so much talked of GEN BICKNERS WITHDRAWAL surrounded by the rolling bluegrass The Cosmopolitan presents four full arms are not a little sore this week they The water drying up in the Big Hill Come and see for yourselves at K meadows and leafy woods Far away page illustrations showing these noted can stand a small earthquake The shak- neighborhood has stopped several shinTo the Democrats of Hart the blue gloom of the Cumlierlands dark- boats Thomas Moran again ELDERS BARGAIN STiKK contributes ing was vigorous gle machines which will make trade dull You paid me the high compliment ened the horizon and by night and day a series of the most exquisite landscapes IS-The young man who jumped from the in the best season we have last year of nominating me as your can the country around his home re echoed of western scenery twelve in number i- rear steps of the train as it was starting John Williamss gold mine is not in didnate for the United State s Senate In the cry of the fox hounds and the thun Â¬ llustrating an article by Col John A for Irvine Sunday evening seemed sur Primary Klrrtioa fit v operation yet but think he will soon the resolutions accompanying your acdering tread of the horse as his neigh- Cm kerill on Modern And it prised at the number of revolutions he commence his work Utah It is ordered by the committee that a John claims to tion you deprecated as dangerous to the bors pursued their favorite occupation may lie said that no more beautifully ilmade in a minute have found it but nobody has seen it success of the party the interference on Primary Klection lie held in the several of fox hunting The Colonel was a lustrated number ot The Cosmopolitan has Born to Mrs Flemmon Garrett on the In regard to the disturbance at our the part of Senatorial aspirants with leg- wards in the citv of Richmond oa Mon- bachelor Why I have never heard for ever been given to the public etweeii the Democracy to the front 2d S son Dr school will say there is more talk than islative contests The danger which lav September nth IVo he was a vertihle Chevalier Ravard Johnson was a hustler that day He anything else I think it nothing but you apprehended now confronts us In hours of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p with the ladies and probably loved A CONSPIRACY made a trip to Richmond and added two just for a child to lie corrected in school many legislative diet litis personal inter- ni the said primary to he eoaaVscSSd ac them all to well to play any favorite ljcst Saturday afternoon Jacob Buck to our population as every other person will admit The ests are arrayed against party success cording to the law gove niing primaries Surrounded by his relatives and his The following otrieers are hereby ap- The ties that hind men to each other child that was whipped was not verv and though I have adhered strictly to old Btaegmni gentle waiter of Farmers member othe firm friends the bluff election o Ruckwalter Rrothers large lumber in this life are sometimes remarkably badly hurt It is reported that there were the principle which you enunciate1 can- - fnmM l man spent his days the latch string outCoWard J K Iykes Chas Such was evident when Col 20 marks of blood bat there are several didates supposed to be favorable to me old Kentucky home and the manufacturers was arrested at Iforaaead touching side his Bfc JJe Hush Sheriff ML N by Town Marsha Day on a charge of Chenault and J M Covington met here honest people that will testify that there are nevertheless a target for opposition back log blazed merrily on the hearth rlWers- lerk were only a lea slight marks which are in the party false swearing and turned over to Sheriff Sunday morning Cueler these circumstances He WSB a type of the Kentucky gentle Urrrrersity Ward Ed Ballard C T I deem it my duty to recall my accept Every quiet honoraCol A T Chenault touched the hearts very easily made man which is rapidly passing away but E D Arnett and his Deputy of Magoffin county and Deputy Sheriff Wheeler of ol the people in his appeal or the ble means was used by the teacher who ance of the nomination you so generous- Â¬ Fox Judges W I Karley Sheriff C dc eds and whose memories aie whose E Smitl lerk The writ was sworn church Sunday He touched his own liked the child to get her to obey him ly gave me iinperishably embalmed in the history Morgan county City Hall Ward Iayid Bowers M H and after all this there must be someThus uiitramuieled with any eandi- Kik too of tl e S ate and the hearts of those who out before a Magistrate in Magoffin pocketibi The debt on the house Martin entry Sheriff J county and charged Ruckwalter with was so reduced that the building com thing done and there is no better place dacy o my own I can tle more earnestly PIb knew them having sworn falsely in a suit tried at mittee and friends assumed the remain- for it than at the schoolhouse and the urge the support of the whole Democrat- - S Knllev Clark II or1ered that all candidates hand one employed to oversee the the chil- ic ticket and advocate the platform of Salyersville in the fall o Ism County der and the church is ireeLAMBS IN LINCOLN dren is the proper oue to correct them principles as construed bv aver mem- - tnelr narles each accompanied by M Attorney W A Young of Rowan county Our old riends Mr and Mrs M iM exuenses on or before saturlav tried to convince the officers that the ar- Â¬ her of the party at the time of its adou- pt 14th IMS at 12 oclock to Charle J T Spoonamore sold to R K and E rest was illegal but they would again Sunday tion not listen Hacker weie with us KINGSTON Hunley Treasurer of the city committee I Woods a bunch of old sheep at 125 to him and started on to Magoffin county They have the sympathy of many old S B Bic KSER Dr Martin has been ill with stomach J B W ui is Chairman and a lot of lambs at friends here as the dark clouds of sor with their prisoner When aliout three F B Crooke Secretary Glen Lily Sept isstrouble- 12 25 J 11 Baagfasaaa cV Co bought hjmxi miles out they were overtaken by Sheriff row hang over them in the losses they Mr Ed Roberts of CHy county Mo bushels of wheat in Ijincaster Monday Lussie of Rowan who had a writ have recently sustained by death Gov Rob Taylor of Tennessee navs May of is here on a visit We would like to look into the pleasant at ilc This fiim has lought nearly 50 As this world goes roun and roun halieas corpus for Ruckwalter issued by the words of Him who said I am the Rev J R Boatmans schexil opened face of some one who has never had any 000 bushels so far this season Some go up and some jo down the County Judge The writ was served resurrection and the life comfort them with a large- attendance E P Bishop sold in Cincinnati for The various imitations of the original derangement of the digestive organs We hut as it could not be made returnable in these sore trials They go to Chicago Mr JeflCox who had his leg broken see the drawn faces of dyspeptics in every M A Thedford At CoS Liver Medicine himsell and J M Suow a car load of before Monday morning the Magoffin soon to visit relatives last week is improving rapidly walk of life It is our national disea e j or Black Draught LIS butcher stuff at live for a time quarrel county officers were allowed to go on Rock lieaters are at work on the pike and nearly all complaints spring from this Bros A Brown sold to Oar with Thomas among themselves and pass into oblivion aaiwa sinus their prisoner They crossed the and the road bed will be improved Removs the stomach difficulty rard county parties a bunch if For more than hall a century this reliable source Magoffin county line about mid night J Faris MeCord entered Central Cni Mrs Mahle Roulware is entertaining a and the worn is done 11c and a lot of heifers at - gone up and up steers at remedy haand now and immediately served notice of suit for vereity Monday number of visitors this week from Mt stands Dyspeptics and pale thin people are lit21- - -- Interior Journal the acknowledged superior of ani damages filed by Morgan and Magoffiu Mr Filmore Richards has a tobacco Vernon erally starving because they dont digest vegetable liver medicine made county parties in Magoffin Circuit Court barn 40xlK feet nearing completion Mr Cash Cnioke left Saturday for their food Consumption never develops A KoRMKi CITIZEN DIES IN MIS against Buckwater showing clearly Pittsburg Texas April 14 1S92 that in people of robust and normal digestion Mrs O O Taylor of Red House Valley View where he will take charge I have been using Thedfords Black SolKl his arrest for perjury was a conspiracy to of a large school Correct the wasting and loss of flesh and spent Sunday with Mrs W G Powell Draught for twelve or fifteen years It get him across the line Mrs Martha Maupin of Lexington is we cure the disease Do this with food Mr Buz Stevens will soon start his has saved me a good many dollars in docJudge Boyle Oordcn died Saturday The party stopped at a arm house or visiting her sons Brack and Julia MauThe Shaker Digestive Cordial contains saw mill here as thresh ing season is past bills ajd my family a great deal of tors afternoon August 1996 at his home the rest o the night and while the pin of this place already digested food and is a digester of sckn Y B Cotter Miss Lula Arnold our teacher spent one and one half miles southeast of officers were asleep Buck waiter made his The eclipse o the moon was quite an rood t the same time Iu effects rr felt Columbia aged neatly 70 vears He was escape and walked back toward More Saturday and Sunday at her home in event in this community and was wit Taylor Brothers are now in the market at orce Get a pamphlet of your diug Richmond born iu Madison county He kept himself concealed all Kentucky head nessed by not a law with some thing entirely new in the wac g nd learn abcut it Mrs Sidney Noland and little ones Decembers IfiSS He was the Bon of day Sunday and at oclock Monday Miss May Harris of Trenton Mo ar- ol all kinds of Stove 13 m came from Colver Fridav to visit her rived the late Captain John B Gordon an morning walked into the Court House at yesterday and will be the guest of BfWare of Ointmrnls for Catarrh That axo is Castor Oil made as sweet as eminent lawyer w ho for six terms repre- Morehead to answer to the writ of habeas parents Mr and Mrs Ed Baxter until Miss Margaret Crooke Sunday Cantata Mrrt ury hony bv a new process Children like it sented Bsjsaa county iu the legislature corpus Sheriff Arnett was also there for A crowd of our young people went to lis mother was before her marriage the same purpose and Mr Buckwalter at Miss Elizabeth Baldwin went to Win the dedication of the Baptist church As mercury will surelv destroy the sense Miss Sophia Hawkins of smell and completely deraage las In lsiti he came Once tiled suit sgainst him for 5000 dam- Chester Sunday in response to a call rom Sunday at Panola Awarded with his parents to Roone county Mis- ages or conspiring w ith others in causing her Aunt Mrs M A Rash to clerk or Mr Chora of Fayette Mo returned whole system when entering it through Highest Honors Worlds Fair the macous surfaces Such articles should souri where he remained until 184ft He illegal arrest Arnett was taken before her and make that city her home home Saturday after a short vtsit to then attended school in Kentucky three the county Judee never be used except on prescriptions He waived examiTTT fiien Is and relatives in this county years afterwards graduating from the nation and was held over to Circuit Court from reputable physicians as the damage BALDWIN W Creekmore is running his branA Missouri State Cuiversity At the age in the imm ot 1000 At 1 oclock the Mrs Meade Motley is very ill at her dy still near here to its full capacity and thev will do is bra fold to the gocxl you of 25 years he entered ujioii the study of writ of habeas corpus was heirl can possibly derive Irom thein Mr home near here making apple jack iu large quantities Halls law in the office of his father Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Che- Two Buckwalter proved that he had never Mrs Emily Knight nf Blooinington Mr Oliver Stapp will go to Louisville years later he was admitted to the bar been tried in Magoffin county in his life 111 returned home last Friday after a ney Si Co Tokde O contains ro mer to attend the G A R Encampment and practiced law until 1S72 In that and he was dismissed from custody visit to old fiends in this neighliorhood cury and is taken internally acting di- Mrs William Harvev leaves Tuesday year he was elected assistant professor of The arrest Saturday evening was at ur- Mrs Lee Maupin is in Louisville this rectly upon the IimjJ anj mucous to spend several weeks with relative in law in the State Cuiversity which positended with considerable excitement laces of the sisien In buying Halls week buying a large stock of millinery lmisville tion he held for teu years Since his re- aud it is said that several shots were ex Â¬ and she will return to Richmond at the Catarrh Cure lie sure vou get tl e genuine Mrs Tal it ha Foster is speuding a few changed between the officers and Mr tirement he has lesidcd on his It is taken internally and Wade in Tole- old stand eeks w ith hersister Mrs Moses Masters farm near Columbia He served Buckwalterss friends Miss Nannie Harris left Saturday or uo Ohio by F J Chenec 4 Co Testi- Jacob Buckwalter is a brother of J R in Garrard countv as representative of Boone county in Louisville where she expects to meet monials free state legislature from IStsl to ISiW Re Buckwalter of this city the two com- Â¬ Messrs Duncan and Clark were in the Un i i aSold bv druggist 7c Mines and Mims isviD tus i fore the war Judge ioidon was a whig posing the firm ot Bu kwalter Brothers vicinity last week iuving cattle The Maude Northley ofiivie Trenton Mo during the war a union man and after They own large lumber mills at Farmers prices onered ov mem were considered The U MOST PERFECT MADE Reports Care and other proerty in the State valued at too low so many fanners refused to part the war a Democrat Columbia Mo show Royal Baking Powder A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Or Prices Cream Baking Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other over -- 00000 Winchester Sun Herald with their cell adulterant Worlds Fair HiSbet MmUJ and Diploma superior to all others YEARS THE fellow-Democra- ts Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E READY Â¬ ARE NOW ttt Â¬ Battle Ax plug The of tohacco Goo ol for 10 cents ever sold piece largest Come one come all and sec the largest liue of Boots Sho and Hats ever brought toRiehmond Onr stock is imw n plete in every department We lii ill the latest styles and we have them at right prices We promise to sai customer money who makes a purehas Our ns this fall goods were bought before the great ad vance in leather and we can make you price that onr comv i Â¬ Â¬ petitors ean not reach We have all the latest styles in Mirt and soft Hat Â¬ EVELDER Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ hat until u can see our Board FROM NEW YORK of Trade and Blue Grass the latest in soft and stiff Bats but e it a n DRY GOODS We have a large line of Gloves Â¬ - Â¬ i e I as Handkerchief Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and Culls Shirt Jewelry Shoe Polish and Â¬ - aA Blaeking Â¬ Childrens School Shoes a specialty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - I tt - Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ M OF SHOE A KM Wallace ww V THINK Give us a call and b convinced thai we have the latest styles and lowest prices Rice SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PUBLIC Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OF LAND U i Lee lake fll publicly on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ J1 - Thursday Sept 26 A Jies Â¬ - ttt - ttt ll Â¬ At ten oclock on the pr town in Madison county pieces of real estate SIX Acres of land enraerins town SEVENTEEN an House road h ii Lexington pike avrnerinjr at oNF HUNDRED AND FIFTY -- r and three piarte r acres more or quarter of a mile- south from F the Kiciimoud and Lexington pike In good eonilitiou and well watered All in grass lan1 will beoffcred in lots ami ti a whole Iissession iriven January TFKMs ine tiurd ash when i sion is gjuun remainder ia one and tw years ti per rent interest with lien re served for the pure base money nble note with approved se cur at Madison National Bank - Â¬ JOILN 13 16 UC0LK Y utor Iee Jake White WHY Bl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHEAP LL is Â¬ COAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j When vou can get a better article ror the same money I am offering the BFST in the market at the same pre iou would hare to pay to other dealers for interior cheap coal j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CREAM Office and yard corner Main and B streets only one square trom the Court Hoeiw 13 Ul Pilefs and t BAKING Budys Pil Suppository guaranteed to m cuc Coeatipe- - POWDER STANDARD money reumded Send two stamps S Govt 1 40 Registered r Pa Fhamaci- Answered For sale by a druggists everywhere and in Bere by S FVee v Mjrm Rut F Welch Jr Pygaalion and Galatea White Bush opera house next mjeffti iftHB Tuesday night 17th the elite of Irvine KEPT 11 WEDNESDAY Hoods Sr pari Ha adapts Itself to tha raiTSMrSJe rcjentrcj will present to the people of Richmond sick and well alike To the sick it Is a 74jJgjf74iJ Mary Andersons favorite play Pygma are care and to Country Cousin to night lion and ialatea Proceeds for benefit the well the Ban b H IuxinV sal of livestock of the new church at Irvine best safeguard The per aii Cuflfeeiisaery Change against sickness sons taking part are Dr T P Gardner Country Cousin at White Push opI The Internal Revenue office here has rllS Schilling has sold his business toM My children era- house to night received information that the five appli- H Smith of Cincinnati who will con- Â¬ C W Sale K C Park J W Park R M were weak and cants w In i several weeks ago stood the tinue the fruit and confectionery part at Bergman Miss Mahle M Bergman Miss puny Two ot Picked-- lought some w inter goods Civil Service examination ill passed the old stand Mr Schilling will en Annie J Wagers Miss Ida Park Miss them had ca- Â¬ in Cincinnati this week IWJ This is an unusually good record tarrh Hoods Asa gag in the manufacture of crackers and Maude Fnibry Five fine presents given awav hy the rule at least two out of five fail Let everybody go and besides helping SI Sariaparilla brand New York More thir month he church sjiend a delightful evening cured them after TJ Lares Sate of liank Stork Krasred la His Karat ot h e r remedies Panola Baptist church was finally 1 A Having bought another fine farm Tits Hon W fatted I myself Anderson and family have Ri to UaJaygi dedicated on Sunday See 1anola items rented had been dys out their residence adjoining C which is nothing unusual for him to do The R N I V B left Richmond Monver nVaa are auctioning off their I campus to Kev Ir Smith of the Thomas I Chenault has sold 175 shares day morning with 196 visitors to the peptic for twenty years and sought relief In vain I resorted to - at Colyer ivoHtotlice to quit basi-- First Presbyterian church and removed of Second National liank stock The great i A R meeting in Loaisrilla to the farm near laint lick have price is sb n share a total of 26250 Of these 40 to M were from Madison Dont forget that the White Hush Stephenson and live assistants are camp- Me will mikc that farm pay more than Xw remaindor from BatQt representing and have been built up In health It Graaa Braaddaa Post About o0 women cored my stomach trouble and my weight K ban ban enlarged and ranÂ¬ ing on the grounds irr a tint and erecting the bauk stock did has increased from 112 to 140 pounds a dwelling house for Mr Anderson in the iiarty ted Beria Telephone law Try it ye sufferers from Maine to Califor- Â¬ In all the latest things to be fonnd in the clothing market Onr line is by far the largest and most N carried 18 The L it of whom BS W itltilraus truM the Kure Long A Cotton shipped two The poles are up from Kerea to King nia and from the North to the Oulf lir otiimlman were old soldiers i were women the IrHoods Sarsapariita will do you good complete that we have ever shown All at popular prices No one can or will sell yon a suit or aide Wagers one and Hales V Wagers Elitor Climax ston and the holes dug some distance vine band of 14 pieces the remainder baaa BBCarad a farm in tarrard tins side McDonald will begin to dav civilians Only a dozen or fifteen were D P Smith Justice of Peace1 Mountain overcoat cheaper than we can and we earnestly ask an examination of onr line and we will save six for 5 Creek North Carolina There will be a from Madison Mm Amanda I Arnold wile of county and will remove thither on Octo putting up the wire Col Pond and party from yon money Come early while the stock is full and lay tn what yon need for this winter In Boys I am compelled to withdraw double wire from Kingston t Richmond U nHc r lllO TohiiT eMytotuke Arnold died at Lam riOOQ O Dille MiylneltiKt 2JciU Kirksville Berea will have an exchange and use the from the race lorCoiiiuiliiian I sincere m The R N I a B would not carry Jack Clothing we have something entirely new Kokomo long distance phones ly thank the numerous voters who prom Tharpa Irvine band free of charge so Ilianty llemnrralir imeiitnui Lucy Krandenlierg has returned ised me lluir supiMirt Must Learn a Little Mr Thara arranged to an oror the L it Pursuant to a call of the Chairman of ind opened her dress making rooms on Kespectfully When a young man comes from Ford N making that the official route the Liith Senatorial District and the Chair W H Duoi s CKn arrival in Richmond a hundred of man of the County Committee the to take his best girl driving aliout town V Bice executor of I CRice G he ought to know that a rate of 12 miles the bovs deserted and went over the K Democrats of Madison county assembled After Kishl years have public sale and renting Sant Miss Iattie Stephenson has received a an hour through he streets endangers N I iv B Ipon reaching Louisville in convention at the court house in RichSee ad letter troiu a long lost brother Fight the lives of eople He ought also to Jack probably had them court martialed mond Kv on Saturday Sept 7th laao Js It is said that at 2 oclock Chairman J W Bales Comba and his tent will years ago James Stephenson went away know the difference between Koxtown and shot for desertion bly appear in the Dillingham ad- - to lad employment Weeks grew into and thi water works reservoir Also the Green Broaddna Post has the largest din- called the meeting to order and explained months and months into years hut he difference lietween one hour and four ing tent of anv Post in the State ami is the object thereof tow it to send dele hMVWWWJ well equipped every wav came not back neither did he write gates to the District Convention to Ik - Han - uilding a nice frame 1irrait tBBri Others had gone before and still others held at Stanton Powell county Sept He had however several times before B hat Muddv Creak farm tiie gone The court is up with the docket but have gone since will go to day and awav and remaiied a year or BO lath of imiortance have beeh tried S3 even to morrow litis time he was given up for dead no cases J B Willis nominated J Btoaa Walker Henry Smith colored in peniten yeai - building a nice The letter states that he lives at for permanent chairman len There being CfBirlrry NotesoriM- on his farm hot ween Marv Tenn is married and has several tiary for grand larceny The turnpike no other nomination Mr Walker was -cases have lieen settled Kavanaugh The lady directors Miss Kate Walker unanimously elected liver Creek children He had not heard of his VV W French Tipton was chosen Secretary mothers death that took place last case not been taken up County vs Mrs Mary Herndon and Mrs Mighty little money has fane from Tudor passed and will probably be set- Watts are devoting much time in a J A Sullivan offered the following vear il spring Madi ii niiiithis tled outside of court Grand Jury re- valuable way to Richmonds City of the resolutions which were adopted without D r liallv s lVl rases turned but few indictments Dead is greatly a dissenting voice The appearance These boys suits are made with double seat and knee something thai won wear nit And thin- D M Bright had on exhibition to - m number that changed for the lietter than the present lie it resolved bv the Democrats of Niilaml Turhi friends and connoisenrs at the double seat and knee for seiia -- et BfOoden concern for August Madison county Ky in mass convention m Mr Jerry B Noland of Muddy Creek Kiclnnond National one lay last week - v ho hat is the purpose of the Directors to assembled It this Sept 7th 1805 fl basket of -- rapes irom his garden con and Miss Nannie Turley of Fayette erect three iron posts ami two iron gates 1st That we approve the call for Demowish taining seven varitn s each variety a county were married at 1 p in at the gate at the entrance crats of the various counties constituting her handsome new resi- different color and so artistically ar residence of tireen B Turley Fjj in making a double This line will surprise von Not ling near like it shown hen- be The magnitude and elegance ol the this the SKh Senatorial District of the See ad k like a saperb oil paintranged as to Richmond on Thursday Sept 5th lsoi place demand something better SPECIAL FIHST -- Just received the new Fall Lim of Wo lns now open embracing all the latest things to he found in State of Kentucky to meet at the nap 1 Rev W F Smith of the Christian Noneof them were cold blooded rs old came over ing eign Markets Come in and see them we an suit you please jroa and save yon money We have all grades from Two young men each in a buggv with tive countv seats to select delegates to at all lieing of the choicest strains the finest church officiating Miss Nannie Willis a young lady each drove over a stone et n one day last week in tend the District convention to Bjr the way SPECIAL SECOND- - Yoaaaaaa New Fall Hat and our C v M in the latest bli lr A Wilkes Smith and Miss liessie Turley Mr II C H knocking it down one day recently Stanton Kv on Sept 10 I ftta beheld at his friend Joe to nomimade a barrel of grape wine this season Covington Mr G B Turley Jr at The Directors especially desire that the SPECIAL THIRD Big Line of Fall Neckwear now ready Thev inties Have - ani nate a Democratic candidate for State Bona frjui his vinevard besides supplying his tendants not converted iuto a pleascemetery be Al SH Senator relative Pest Mackintosh in town Large line cheap in both box and CO SPECIAL FtilKTH old and all the neighbors with K C train ure ground The couple took the - derision in the Grady Lnd That we reaffirm our allegience North grains Four children the oldest not more and devotion to the principles of the se appears on the 1st pa Why dont more people have grapes The bride is a daughter of Root Turthan ten Saturday evening drove over Democratic party ns set lorth in the than do since they reipi ire little attention ley tormerley of this place now of stones anl mounds trying to make a National platform adopted at Chicago Give OB a look We will suit and please you Conic and look anvwav W w ill le ulad to show vim through o ir sfo k H Fayette The groom is a I S n C Miller is now sole proprietor and produce so boaatifnllr will sell von lihhIs in our In heaper than are will short turn The by laws forbid children Ills in 180 and as set forth in the Ken Hay good luck follow e butcher shop bereto- MsM Not I rail lewapafcra under 14 years to enter the grounds unac tucky platform adopted at Ixmisville 9QBStitftw -them raa by Douglas v Miller Main companied by older person- Ky in June 1896 an If this thing of newspaper reading isnt condemn the V Br Cattrttl Death notified not to make the contention that either of said platforms Persons are discontinued the courts will be ruined M Dr and Mrs Iovntz have re- grounds a pass way I nevnraao favors the free and unlimited coinage of bo ninth to eat in all Toe Lancaster Record says from Hath countv whither they in the wav uf vegetables melons A jnrv was selected and the taking of turned J T Kstill has had erected on the Es- silver by the United Statesalone went to see the latters brother in law till lot two large and ancient head Mrd e like That the following remarked an old and float named iny nearly completed in the I att stones lav M tiark case Saturday when a law vei lor Dr J T Catlett who died after a brief to the memory of the noted Monk and persons lie and are appointed delegates to illness involving the stomach Dr CatHe has had the moss scoured the Banal irial Convention to be held at Bill Bonuun baa yoae down to be the defense discovered one of the jury lett was a native of Virginia 55 years his wile reading an account of the robbery in The off and the stones painted oxide of iron Stanton Ky on Sept 10 1806 and tl ey the Bepanlic and will Record We said at tiie conclusion of old of a prominent family educated at red He further propones to have the in- are instructed to cast the vote of Madison rt to have it brought 12 the item that these culprits ought to lie the Iniversity of Virginia graduate of scriptions painted on yi bright yellow county in said convention lor Hon Juo rid next I j punished severely and the distinguished Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia The Directors threaten to sue cut an in- Â¬ D iiNdloe for Boaator viz SA J W Hales 11 C Bios W B Smith fSIra i ad ptone for en Bradley to do limb of the law complained to the court surgeon of the ith Virginia Confederate junction Baking when he would not Is- dis A new jury had to be obtained and Infantry was in all the noterr battles of Later A compromise on white has J B Willis A F Dudley T T Covingtarkwd would Ik at a line oaiet Wed Judge santl y and the sheriff were caused Virginia and twice wounded came to been made ton R C Mason Saml Kice Samuel B Owiugsville in 1870 and married a nesday veiling prayer meeting Phelps Ed Million las Nohmd Thna jam deal of annoyance The juror daughter of Judge Fwing I Slaw and Silly Thorpe Win Combs Seareey las v ts is building a nice said that he didnt know that he was do P Pirkes U McWilliams D W ing w rong in reading a newspaper c r We Herv One United States Covle of ry Iih where her HOI our inhumation from a reliable airS burned some til Mrs Lynn of Victoria Texas formerly has taken four months to answer our Tribble Jno D Harris N B Coy B B source and published it almost woid for matron of Clinton S C College has article against free pikes and after all Million P H Sullivan W R Shackellour miles out on the Lai A nSTFrt TJJBlilrJBnallP woid as told us that time merelv demonstrates that he ford W T Tevis C E Smith O A tgr charge of Memorial Hall arp4rTHJ blllilk-r-I- J doesnt know the least ttiing about the Roy Dr Horthcatt and all other good Arrivals more numerous than in an aiclit Tallin rtli your while to go out to Among subject In fact the ignorance that he Democrats who may be in attendance oa The iiiBiiiaani of Dr John Crawford previous year of the college he Wed House pike Besides that he said convention KEEP A GOINV NEW ADVERTISEMENTS them Huberts and Hiisseil of Texas displays is lamentable aught and Miss Allie Hubbard Taylor naaiali On motion the meeting then adcharges the managers of pike companies FrliJanI-rr-I-iafTtiJ-lfrferr- t Jones Arkansaw will take place Wednesday afternoon at Chamberlain and id black as the with wiful mismanagement and false journed W C Taltott has turned poet since leghorn Tennessee ti chimney and t J BtOXB Wukki Chairman rtzzer- - 4o oclock at the Methodist church He docs this however not The his removal back to the country Prof Crooks has taken Mrs Maggie swearing The ceremony will In- - performed bv Uev Fasten Tirrax Secretary li Laud Sale shades and dells and bluegrass have inMrs Watts from auv information that he has but pro on i la k street I A Naught of Versailles brother to Watts house spired him Here is hi- - first effort liurili Nobs Judge lohn D Uoodlne has sold to the groom assisted by I r H G Header will remove to her new house in the ceeds entirely upon his opinion in the matter which opinion ts not baFed uion If yon -- trike a thorne or rose Cbenai Iev Kedd iireached his farewell serthe son There will be no attendants but country Keep a Loin any facts whatever but upon some sort mon at the Methodist church this plant n IN Prof Badea has arrived Irom Haiti The pr H Keyes Mitchell Kli Dean and of total depravity that be presupposes to Sunday Bight If it hails or if it snows C Rice deceased s Executor of J E9KIHQ He will preach at Pr iv This i Jackson will act as ushers The more Keep a goin wjjl sell at hi late residence Io niile exist He lalsirs under the erroneous idence Sunday mornini and go to Con Duncan residence Dr and Mrs Mayer of Charleston bridal row pie will leave at once lor a southeast ol Richmond near Taint no use to sit an whine W Va are here to place their son in idea that the maintenance of pikes is ference at Winchester Wednesday He Speedwell on short bridal trii Winchester Deuiocat at straa paid for by the county and holds that will be assijihed to some other charge When the fish aint on your line college Dr John C Vaught a laBBumpalliiill w York or - stretched Till RSDAY SEPT u9 l8qH men will not hesitate to rob the county Bait vour hook and keep mi trvin Klder Smith of the Christian church M r I Arrivals thousand miles Put he is like In located in Richmond for the pratice of For in- Â¬ offered his resignation some days ago who utiles oil act honestly Promptly al i oclock a m all he per Keep a goin his profession while his brother lev Margaret P BaBQot Maysville Iucy sonal property consisting ot horses mires a as be let- - go up It is easy enough for but the church refused to accept and he stance he says When the weather kills your crop augi t wa- - pastor of the Metho Wilson Augusta Mary Sousley Fleni A colts j 4 year old mule- - 4 rf having Uuight several rar the directors to have a load of gravel continues to nreach Keep a goin earlirg- - 00 cattle 20 2 mule- - and dist church but remained here only a ingsbarg Loujbs Shanks Hunker Hill hauled ami charge the county S10 ill snap hack to Richmond If vear ilds 8 earlin- - strictly good Io Pesides some very interesting sermons When you tumble from the top lew weeks removing to Winchester Mo Georgia Latton Carlisle Nettie Mr United States of America Covle cow- - and calves 40 sheep 35 hogs jj by Dr Smith of the filial law Presbvte Keep a goin B Stealer Janls The bride is a pretty blonde of win- Fatherly Little Rock Aik Sadie lillard knew bushels ot wheat Ij stacks of hay about that every pike companys Presi- rian church the new choir under the Spose youre ont o every dime joo barrels of corn 25 bu hels ol rye ierinantow n dent hits to make a report under oath lonahan Estill Es has left at The ning ways a daughter of Hubbard Tay Â¬ Stanford Mary loage iettin broke aint any crime hou ehold and kitchen lurniture harrows Madisonville Ftta Graham to the County Court setting forth re- direction of Miss Mary Pattie is giviiii oflirc samples of vellow field lor deceased a wealth v farmer at Pine Ida Speed rakes plows one mowing machine one fine vocal music Jo hear them Tell the world youre feelin prime that lie claims to le uierior to Grove and relative ot the Taylors in Miner Maysville Sophia Hendricks ceipts and expenditures and that a reeper iic Kev Dr McCown of Virginia the new Keep a goin II Frankfort Annie Crutcher Jett Bell similar report must be made also an- Â¬ ary coin will at the same time and place rent at yellow Richmond OlFer additional inducements to late buyers bj inui pastor of the Missionary Paptist church publicly one farm containing 300 acres corn Winburn Rice Station Lizzie K Ford nually to the State Auditor and under When it looks like all is up lea ami t lat it produces By thw is meant all Goods iruratinjr a no profit e Pr Aslihauh Invention in Richmond is giving satisfaction and 60 with all necessary improvements Keep a goin Annie Phelps Clyde Talbott county oath he would certainly not have the than white Tin samples ai in the house must now more Profit not want acres t go in corn 50 acres in small A machine that w ill prove to be a valthe more the people know of him the a foot long anil have aloiit twelve huu Drain tfie sweetness from the cup grain balance in gra Tsacaaas temerity to charge such robbery upon the lietter thev like him only the money vintel Von can have tie uable friend to the tanner has lieen inKeen a goin Terms All sums under locash sums the ear Sara H Bayne Canton Mo Carrie the roads ofiicers and as an indtacenieal profits are eal oil and late dut Ashbaugh this Kev Father Ryan of Bellvne the new vented by Dr J over thi am junt six months credit with Â¬ See the wild birds on the wing Iane Riggs Ky Iula McCatfertv cost of maintaining rector of the Catholic church is planning Referring to the iM wra lu Ike Kslills In size It is a corn harvester en et the benefit This is bow we do it place G W RICE out interest Hear the bells that swcetlv ring Quincy III Elisabeth Sencer Ky the Richmond and Lexington pike P S At the same time and pace his tlock with interesting sermons The hat the bust of A - and aaaaaraaeea is not altogether unlike When you feel like sigbin sing will sell partnership property c ui istiit Hose Floats Tenn Lilly L Poage Ky er miie this man Covle who seems to public is invited to attend and will at all Miller of the United States a reaper being drawn bv two horses 2 s ycar old marc Keep a goin 01 25 togs mules one Eugenia Parham Ky aaffcv from a diarrhoea of words and a times be welcome Supreme Court has been pfaoed in the and having an elevated seat broad iron Now bin as that were P S The effort complained of above cow and calt looo bushels black oats 7 Anv sane constipation ot ideas says Kev Wilkins rector of the Episcopal bins Ginghams that were s c barrels ot corn IouBlry iiumii To nislil near the partraat of Captain wheels table arms and other things like of grabbing a pairof sheepshears bushels wheat about 200 man knows that this could be reduced to church continues to preah every Sunday consists Will also rent one third interest in th hie row will lie c it Here is what the bill says 57111 James The Kstills have searcheil a grain harvester ami yanking the oeui out of a last ears Speed Smith farm Land will be rented Now lets see The morning and evening B50 or 75 a mile a time at auv distance from the ground or a hundred veais for a portrait of at We A play popular with the people I 4 buy- - Gingtuum that were 10c first thing in the mgrning al uanac Now 5 company lets the breaking of rock to the Rev P F Adams pastor of the calvin- diant old Captain and found it not desired and a stalk cutting attachment guarantee eery scene as advertised The Superintendent ist branch ot the Baptist church in bidder Public Sale simultaneously with the Mr Frank Jones and his excellent com lowest cuts the stalks xik in the BBS go ale J Lot Now bjvs thse beautiful Piques that were i Wednesday Sept is 18063 good work House The corn is Ismnd into bundles pany in the rustic gem entitled Our looks after the placing of the rock when Richmond is a probable candidate for corn for the Register lias seen it there And those beautiful Dimities that were 15c it is broken The Treasurer para the the Legislature containing alsjut one third of a shock Couutrv Cousin mules good work horse brood mare An original American And those beautiful Organdies that were ic Mark Btaei I wish to sell privately my new residence contractors upon the voucher of the Su stvlish mad mare gooddrfver and thrown affoa the ground comedy different from all others Do ierintendent An i those beiutitul Ducks that were on Broadwav Lot Goxlgo New fivery Ubp The Directors calculate The white cemetry in Richmond is on 1 iine road horse i yejirs old 4 year 2 The machine is not a complicate one Do not confound this with Si Perkins And those beautiful Crepons that were 15c story house with cellar batli room water exle of a lem e and the K C lepot and should it get out of fix could I the dividends from the receipts and Contemplating a visit to the Cotton old horses matches M hogs and pigs o works and all modern improvements ad or Si Plunkard as it is not like either penditures and the on the other The colored cemetery is on justed by anyone familiar with machin Fx position cows and reiort is thus made registered Jersey New outbuildings Cistern New fences calves but contains everything that is realistic up for the County Court The county Statks ami Internationai Nam buys those beauiiul French Dimities that were 30c ie of another fence and the race ery and broken parts could be restored by which opens in Atlanta September lath Bull years old 1 Jersey heifer 2 years House just painted exciting and pleasing So dont be mis And those beautful Zephyr iinhams that were SUSS PATTIE STEPHENSON f the Fair grounds on the other receives its dividends just as other stock and closes December 51st 1SI5 should old 1 yearling heifer 1 platform spring I laaaoaaMy good ironworker And thoe beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were led by vile imitations The most real holders do At every burial in the white cemetry the bear in mind that the Southern Railway wagon 1 2 horse transfer wagon 1 Brown The cost of cutting corn is so great an istic stage production of modern times Mr Covle the mouth piece of the free will sell tickets daily to Atlanta and re- Â¬ cultivator run one season trains keep up a tremendous noise some help so uncertain that the corn harvester A i Oliver The Blue Crass stiff hat hould be worn cyclone of scenic and comedy sensaK w buys those beautilul Swiiel Silks that were - partially acknowledges that he turn at OREATLY REDll Kl RATES The chilled plows Nos 1 pike element interrupting the procend- - aaaaeaaaty Aaauaaaa a few minor Wal and lit other by every gentleman in Kentucky tions The people never tire of it They never knew the county receives divi- During a race at the recent Fair details can be perfected a sample machine SocriiERN Railway is the only Line Fn 14- Rice Bfm plows gear etc Sixty or seventy bar- lace fsJffl all like it They must see it It is what But w ill be built a colored burial was in progress Dr Ashbaugh no doubt they want Is a model of its kind of dends until he learned it through our TEKIXi Tiik Exposition Qnaynna its rels old corn good Now buys those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were 75c Ikanio ami Uyeiii j ago Until he reads schedules are very convenient and quick -- article four mouths B H LixoN ft Co ineteries railroads anil race tracks are has a fortune in his grasp which the stage of to day has unfortuP10I Anderson Moms 01 Washington f o this article he w ill not know how those a tsv of removal Near Richmond 14 tie service of the very highest order D C with an experience of Sj years at Reduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other words Setrrat DralBs Inn Typhoid Krver at nately too few examples No other dividends are arrived at or that sworn por fuu information address any agent SJ entertainment like it and first class in lararrlv af HirbaoBd almost cut in half A great manv suitable or earlv fall cleaning and dyeing who worked here AttirBtt reports are required by the county and 0f tne Company wear This is an opportunity that only occurs occasion every respect Lightning Hot Drops Crow Dillon was in our office to get several tears ago and gave satisfaction is State Iy the way if Mr I mted States A representative of The Democrat was ally Take advantage of it if you want to save money -- mie cards printed to take to f aaawill The Suulhrrn Railway Satisfaction here to do work again What a Funny Name A Tws hays Meetiag of America Epluribus Ilium Covle will this week in the viciuitv of Athens and 8 He is an lutered Apprentice M guaranteed Ladies dresses dyed whole Very True but ft Kills All Pain Programme of the fifth Sunday meet guarantee a i75 rate per mile for expen will give greatly reduced rates lor the Now buys that Big Towel that we sold at 10c finds tvphoid fever almost epidemic Knight of Pvthias a Maccabee a Red there In the little village of a few ing at Republican Baptist Church Madi sea of the Richmond and Iexington road following occasions Everv one should have without ripping iTSi Sold Everywhere Every Day Life Now buys that All Linen Towel we sold Man a Cpw a Red Star belongs to the 2itli Annual Encampment 6 A R he can command a salary from the com Without Relief There is No Pari their fall and spnng clothing cleaned hundred paofta and in the vicinity aliout son Co Septemlier H and SB IfWB Ancien Order of Hibernians the Ijui Gentlemens suits dyed with last colors Devotional Exercises 10 a in and several pany greater than that received by the Louisville Ky Sept 11 14 IMS thirty ire cases are on hand Now bnvs that Towel we sold at 2c caster Ba id the Julieaus Sons of Tem deaths have nccuned and will not rub or stain Prices for dye Battlefield Encampment Sons of VetSermon 11 a m by Elder McCown County Judgeor any other county qhicer Miss Thomson Onlv a few left of those Elegant Starts Waits rc A new line of buggies carriages ur ing su ts 3 or a reduction on more than perance nler of Railway onductors Sept lti 19 isit Adjournment - m He may know more aliout managing pikes erans Knoxville Tenn the Shirt Waist we sold at now buvs the Shirt Waist we of Madison coiintv came over on a sold at ries barouches and wagons just received and Knights of lilior the Painters luion to her sist r Mrs Martin took the disTo show that I am responsible one suit for those Silk Shirt Waists we sold at Devotional Exercises 130 p in than D M Bright C F Moberly W There is not a thing in the dry goods line but what the 5 Come and see them No won- Â¬ They are dandies or all clothes I have a house and lot and tiie Presbyterian church A Dedication of the Chicamauga-Chat-tanoog- a Foreign Missions W Pigg Win Arnold Thomas Phelps 1st Subject ease and died Mrs Martin was stricken rpiJs price has been reduced on it Give us a look and see for yourself der he was sick all last winter with the also and has since died Woodson Iwen V Sizemore AJ Tribble F P Bryant F T Perkins Waller Bennett H B National Park Chattanooga Made of the best materia and guaran worth 3000 Upstairs at Letcher Mil so now buys those Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold for Prices lower than ever before teed grip Lancaster Record Mtf lers corner Hill and Irvine Sts RichT Dillingham John D Harris and others Tenn Se t 19 Lnd Subject fq 10 and 11 State Missions formerlv of this eitv has five severe 10 now buys those Elegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we Richmond Carri ge Works mond The Southern Railway reaches all of family The village is full of Bronston Ray A B Anderson S A who have the management of pikes but rases in his Swapped Ihtuglas Far Sailh sold for r S L Midkiff Proprietor 1350 and J15 39 he wiil have a grindstone job to make the above points its schedules are conhog pens as nearly every family keeps Cochran testimonial from j PROCTOR KNOTT W H Dnigla- - whose residence is 15 now buvs those beautilul Mens Suits that we sold for iS He will probably venient and quick and the service is of District Missions and the people believe it H Subject during the recent hot 2o and J2 qo Frankfort Ky Nov 13 1S91 Taylor Bros can sell you a heating near the Ujllgate on the Big Hill pike those animals and In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices hare been cut the same naturally became Destitution Within Our Bounas C W learn by waiting fnr months louger and the highest standard For dates of sale Stove the ROUND OAK something This is to certify that I have employed edge of town has exchanged with John and dry weather they way K Cosby studying the situation carefully that the and full information address any Agent never kept in the market before it burns the bearer Anderson Morris to ciean and hJ miles very offensive Manv attribute the pre Minor R L Ambrose J smith a farmer two or three now 50c now buvs our Colored Shirts that we sold foAdjournment evil of which he complains to wit a of the Company disease to this fact others buvs our Colored bhirts that we sold for soft coal and never goes out and the best renovate a number of suits ol clothes and 1h 1ow Paint Lick in Carrard county valence of the iJj now buys our tendency to rob the county is Sunday Septemlier 19 natural of drinking water is Colored Shirts that we sod for Siro Which is worse imprisonment for lite stove that is made in the world if you that I have invariably found him reliable Douglas and family will remove to the think the supply Devotional Exercises a m the identical one the change from the or a lift long disease like scrofula for ex ever get one you will never have any and quite reasonable in his chsrges and State Poard of Health farm Oct 1st and Smith and family will the reason The ILir cu 5Q mucn that hiu will not Some Plan or Plans to present to a free system would run the ample Subject 4th send a representative The former certainly would be other in your house and will recommend one of the best cleaners I ever aw Mr Douglas will has been asked to come to Richmond recognize former prices Elder J A taxpayer iuto Arouse Interest in Missions matter Wine 14- J froctor Knott preferable were it not that Ayeis Sarsa- them to our neighbor regard Richmond as to investigate the 34 however continue to If the free pike adherents have no parilla can always come to the rescue and Mehan Elder J O Pond Elder A J J i rf ni t home and no doubt will drop back here A hacking cough keeps the bronchial The Southern Rv will sell tickets at I Thorn peon was a daughter of Pike better exponent than the boomerang give the poor sufferer health strength and Miss you have only been thinking of buving We wait to close out Mr Smith comes to in a year or two everv vard in the house and make prices so thev will go tubes in a state of constant irritation cent a mile trom all stations in Kentucky Need of Sunday Schools thrower from Bery they had as well 5th Subject Sinnett Thompson at Clays Ferry this happinrss educate his children This is a no profit sale We mean everv word af it and ear Â¬ which it not speedily removed may lead Sept 12 12 good until Oct 5 Consult countv Mrs Martin was the wife of and Who Should Take Part R R Noel withdraw from the proposed contest c My stock of carriages buggies nestly ask vrni to give u a No prompter rem- R N I B agent at Richmond to chronic bronchitis A Baal fall f MsBry Elder Henflrixon F Rice 8r without further delay Lucius Martin We will save you money and give you good gools and values is the handsomest and most stylish in tht Mission Sermon 11 a in A V Size- edy can be found than Ayers Cherrv W I Dillion of Rockcastle county Ib Yaar Blood The country s wild over it What country Give me a call Modern Kraaty is immediate and the Ihe Pectoral It etfect rV formerl of this county sold an old Is the cause of that tired languid feeling more nsr osy The Blue Grass still hat Wallace c LjzLij Richmond Carriage Works result permanent Thrives on good food and sunshine with The owner tore it down winch afflict you at this reason cabin The S L Midkiff Proprietor Rice 4Impure blood is the cau c of boils pim plenty of exeicise in the open air Her 39 U0 in and fonnd an old Uo containing Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ Hoods Sari bio d is impure and has liecome thin and nd other eruptions form glows with health and her face gold and 980 in bank bills Dilliou has poor That is why you have no strength hauled and painted atthe very lowest Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew Halls psrila purities the blood and cures these bloom- - h its beauty If her system SuMe is ai Primely to kick him All work guaranteed to be as Lim tired an able l ed prices er is urquestionably tiie best ureseivn the natii no appeiHe cannot sltep Purify vour troubles a laxative need llia wtng action 01 soundly three times a day until the boot blood with UooTfc Sarsapariita which is also curative ol good as any in the State It tive of the hair remcUy she uses ihe gentle and pleasant dandruff tetter and all scalp affections III OUt Richmond Cariihoi Works I wish 10 sell privately my new brick will give you an appetite tone your The liquid laxative Syrup of figs It has been suggested that the Repub S L Midkiff Proprietor livery stable same square and neat Hotel Bfrri somach and invigorate your nerve no baking powder showed What U the most popular hat of the Richmond Po m BnUsirrtiJisfrtilarriiJrSrrtiM raJsfrtJsrrHii Glyndon Ky licans when they adopted the log cabin If you want to be nobby and swell wear given Jinuaiv pare or so great hi leav Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder day The Blue Grass Hat At Wal so 1896 eiobiem knew that there was Rice 14- W S DL 10 18 the Blue Grass Hat Wallace 14- bee A Rice mmm Avded Gold Medal IlidwittMr Fair 5c frtnotco kT ening power as the Royal money in it Â¬ THE CLIMAX Silver fnm the fisldea late CaUwrll High Shlisol The Kiclnnond National Bank has re This school opened Monday of last ceived 3000 in silver from the Sub week with H puprls and Monday of Treasury in Cincinnati It was coined this week had 57 Many more will yet at the San Francisco mint this year and matriculate Nine teachers including everv piece is as bright as a dollar Principal Clark At Recommends Itself Â¬ rMt Â¬ f w x CLOTHING o 400 mwImSMm mxxmmHwi folif iTSfrrfSig aafiaBtiBirtiJS Mj 8fJ rJ t Â¬ Hoods Sarsapariita MENS CLOTHING YOUTHS CLOTHING BOYS CLOTHING m I Â¬ Â¬ A- 5rS Â¬ Â¬ B S3 rJrJS iliSra wm E -- 1 - m m Â¬ BEST ON EARTH I Â¬ 350 - Â¬ Â¬ tap 450 500 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If You Are Interested in Onr Line w-- Â¬ Â¬ JWbWiM4 Â¬ COVINGTON -- MITCHEL Â¬ i 1 Â¬ i THL CLOTHIER- n - IjglM las Â¬ Â¬ ilfgiaBriLlafriipBpl Â¬ i Â¬ PUBLppiMO PROFIT m Â¬ 1 Â¬ SALE VWW per yard t I Â¬ Â¬ I HJSTRENG 7r 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 5e j i 1 p 7ic per yard 10c Â¬ pal per yard ifel 1 1 -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 20c per yard 35c per yard 4- i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ era 50c per yard 1 Mils i aiicnis i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ h Son- uv mo -- 1 1- 1 Â¬ le pal lll tt jo Â¬ i era - 1 -- -- giy Mens Underwear - T IP pi Carpets and Mattings ZJTuZ il A - 1 lv Worlds Fair Tests 1H J la STRENG 1 alrarBtcaifraBiSifraTrai A Sufferer Cured ry season from the time I two years oid I suffered dread- Â¬ fully fstun erysipelas whiHi kept tag vrs- - until my hands were Almost useless The bones softened at they would liend and several nj ked from this cause On my hand I carry larpe scars which but for l II salem Some of these people played on the heather of the Scottish hills Some of them were driven out by Irish famine Some of them in earlv life drilled in the Herman army Some of them were accustomed at Lyons or Marseilles or laris to see on tiie street Some Victor Hugo and Gambetta chased the ehamc is among the Alpine S imp plucked the rip precipices Sarsaparilla would clusters from Italian vineyards Some s ro uled 1 lifted their faces under the midnight sun of Norway It is no dishonor to was alive and able our land that they remember the irrv anvthiiiL nalivitw Miscreants would Eieht bottles of of their if they be while have of anlla eaved me so their windows opentheytake in sonic free to the that 1 have had BO return of the air of America and the suulighi of an r more than twmtx years atmosphere which no kindly-- despot The hrst bottle seemed to reach the has ever breathed they forgot some- Â¬ BBot and a persistent oar of it has times to open the window toward Jeru- Â¬ salem O the cure DATaf W automa No wonder that the son of the Swiss when far away from home hearing the national air of his country sung the malady of homesickness comes on him aowerfally as to oaaae hia death lave tiie example of heroic Daniel of my text for keeping early memories THE OKLY WORLDS FATJt pet not the old fol home Write often and if you have sorpla of means ami they are poor veb S PILLS Promote Good Digertior sake practical contribution and re juice that America is bound to all the world by ties of sanguinity as in no other nation Who can doubt hart it is OPEK WIXDOWa appointed for the evangelization of What a stirring meltother lands A Lesson Taupht by Daniel of Old ing gospel izinglheorv that all the doors of other nations are open toward Who in Violation us while our windowsare open toward them Of the- IVrmi Law 1riTnl to iod and Bat Daniel in the text kept this llruiil ih- hin nf the iaiim hi Their port hole of his domestic fortress un Â¬ lien vrnoa l Krv 1 lr closed because Jerusalem was the capLI Wat I ital of sacred influences There had In bis sermon for Sunday Rev Dr smoked the sacrifice There was the There was the Ark of n a theme overflow- - Holy of Holies and the Covenant Therestood the temple pen We are all tempted to keep our win lie Mibjret open on the opposite side toward Windows and the text selected waa the world that we may see and hear Mis windows lieinp What ierusa- - and appropriate its advantages does the world say What does the lcm world think What does the world relly princes of 1ersia do Worshipers of the world instead WT afajaw petuujr a of worshipers of God Windows open Babjrloa Windows open toward Corinth Windows open toward r the paw aad Athens Windows open to who are lashing Sodom Windows open lumper up and ward rd the flats instead of win aowa open toward the hills Sad mistake for this world as a god is like lung I saw in the museum of t not hin Strasburg Germany the figure of a f Daniel nitrht virgin in wood and iron The victim ieu time was brought there and a nn siiould his figure would open its arms to re HMitfa wind him and once unfolded the fig- thoald lie abol- - ure closed with a hundred knives and lances upon him ami then let him So the aa not drop iso feet sheer down world first embraces its idolaters then s upon them with many tortures a I nt he and then lets them drop forever down and The highest honor the world could make a man Roman em mar- peror but out of 0 emperors it alvn howae n ts the sluit- - lowed only six to die peacefully the flowering western prairies and on universe The King lives there and the slopes of the Pacific and amid the the royal family of the redeemed have as and on the banks of the la- their palaces there and there is a congoon and on the ranches of Texas gress of many nations and the parliathere is an uncounted multitude who ment of all the world Yea as Daniel had kindred in Jeruthis hour stand and sit and kneel with their windows open toward Jeru- salem of whom he often thought Â¬ Â¬ 7 H E PRICE OF COTTON GOVERNED BY THE LAW OF 8UPPLY AND DEMAND FVm Hllverltea Should Study This History of Irohirtlon and Prices Since 1791 SILVER IN MEXICO HOW THE LABORER IS POS3ED THE CHEAP DOLLAR BV Â¬ Â¬ lERGURIrU POISON ts the result nf the usual treatment of blood disorders The system Is tilled with Mercury sail Potash remedies more to be dreaded than the disease and kt short while is In a far worse condition than before The most common result is for which S S S is the most reliable cure A few bottles will afford relief where all else has failed suffered from a nerere attack of Mercurlftl Rheumatism mr arms sod lessbelDK swollen to more than twice their natural ilxe causing themostezcniclatinii pain 1 spenthundreds nut alter tak 01 dollars wituout renei ing a lew bouiea or 1 j DH MYERS Proprietor of Public Renting -j KENTUCKY CENTRAL Rf L Â¬ t fi- - AYERS AVERS Sarsaparilla Â¬ - 1lnir Â¬ it- - Â¬ Â¬ acred n pravs fying ish to open ufcT that a ht avv kneeling n the 1st in tlieir Bat Daniel bee iner And tney lick his and I hat inane low while n the and teeth m not taaan the lion of ire tiiat would te i for of ti r footmen all bill and ern ber aiiva V i their man - Darin tim Â¬ answ n w it ii hoi breath aajrrily to lif- beast mane from under Daniels head and akinf up comes forth ill unhurt and wetL - at Daniels Kal lerusalem lerusa- itive land pom not there from Jerusalem at ra and all the could it lie came 1 years of h he you I out be a eoane aion- in- when be emotions heart i open toward his ere are many of and that with Tni is petting to foreifrna They have Yet t it may natur uirhiy Americanized but you cant fort t the land of your birth out ami your ua- toward it Your windows are open toward Your father and ried there It may have ry humble home in which you were born but your memory often around it and you hope day to jo and sec it the hill the tree - apr ad profea- in all churches It von got yonr and you may be red the dour from winch you started off with parent to make your only knows iow- - have st e the familiar pi your and how in awful e to iiave of life you it a glimpse of the old wrinkled face that lient over you as yon lay on the p entle lap SO or ago You years may have 40 on tins side of the sea risen in fortune and like Daniel have become great and may have come into proses which vou aVver could have -- d if you had stayed there and yon may have many windows to your hoase bay windows and sky light windiws and windows of conserva md windows on all bides but yea have at least one window open iisaletn n the foreign steamer comes to ee the long line of sail ors with shouldered mi com- wn ibepianks carrying as many e to be letters as vou mienough for a years correspondence and this repeated again and again during the week Multitudes of them are letters from home and at all the post offices of the land people will go to the iw and anxiously ask for them Haadreis of thousands of persons find ing tnat window of foreign mails the open window toward Jerusalem Mes aagas tuai say YYoeoJirc yon coming home to see ns ltrother has gone at her and another are getting very feeble 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on hare and hope to meet yon if world then in a better great straggle to get u a iriw - to come yon come to uV All a u- The dominion of this world over multitudes is illustrated by the names They have lis of many countries pieces of monev which they call eigns and half sovereigns crow ns and naif crowns Napoleons ami half eons Fredericks and double Fredericks and ducats and Isabellinos all of which names nieans not so much usefulness as dominion The most of our windows open toward the ex- Â¬ change toward the salon of fashion toward the God of the world In olden times the length of the English yard by the length of the arm of King Henry and we are apt to measure tilings by a variable stan dard and by the human arm tiiat in - of life can give us no We need like Daniel to open our windows toward Got and religion Hut mark you that good lion tamer is not standing at the window but kneeling while he looka out Most re taken of those in stan nng or sitting posture now but one picture of a man kneeling and that was Davd Living who in the oaaae of God aad civilization sacrificed himself and in the iieart of Africa his servant Maja wara found him in the tent by the light of candle stuck on the top of a nead in his hands upon the pillow and dead on his knees Hut here is a great lion tamer living under f th light and his hair dis heveled of the breeze praying The fact is that a man can see further on ban standing on tintoe Jerusalem was about UO statute miles from Rabvion and the vast Aranian desert shifted its sands between Yet through them open that window Daniel saw Jerusalem saw all between it saw lieyond saw time nw eternity saw earth and saw Heaven Would you like to see the way through your sins to pardon through your troubles to comfort through tempta tion to rescue through dire sickness to immortal health through night today through things terrestrial tc things ial im w ill not see them till you take Daniels posture No cap of bone to the joints of the fingers no cap of bone to the joints of the elbow but 4 bone to the knees made so tie cause the God of the body was the God of the soul and especial provision for tnose who want to pray and physiological structure joins with spiritual necessity in bidding us pray and prav and pray In olden time the earl of Westmoreland said he had no need to pray be cause he iiad enough pious tenants on to prav for him but all the prayers of the cuurch universal amount hing unless like Daniel we rray for ourselves Oh men and won en bounded on one side by Shadrach s t furnace and the other side by devouring lions learn the secret of courage and deliverance by looking at Uabyloaiah window open toward the --southwest Oh you say that direction of the Arabian desert Yes but on the other side of the desert d is Christ is Jerusalem is Heaven The lirussels lace is superior to all other lace so beautiful so multiform so expensive four hundred francs a pound All the world seeks it Do you know how it is made The spinning is done in a dark room the only light adintted throueh a small atert- nre and that light falling directly on the pattern And the finest specimens of Christian character I have ever seen or ever expect to see are those to be found in lives all of wnose windows have been darkened by bereavement and misfortune save one but under that one window of prayer the inter Â¬ lacing of Divine workmanship went on until it was fit to deck a throne a ce lestial embroidery which angels ad and God approved Rut it is another Jerusalem toward which we now need to open our win Â¬ dows The exiied evangelist of Ephe sus saw it one day as the surf of the Icarian sea foamed and splashed over the bow lders at his feet and his vision reminded me of a wedding day when the bride by sister and maid was hav ing garlands twisted for her hair and jewels strung for her neck just before she puts her betrothed hand into the hand of her affianced I John saw the Holy City New Jerusalem coming down from God out of Heaven prepared as a bride adorned for her husband Toward that bridal Jerusalem are our windows opened We would do well to think more of Heaven Jt is not a mere annex of earth It is not a desolate outpost As Jerusalem was the capital of Judea and Habylon the capital of the Bany Â¬ an Washington s the capital of our own republic the erusaiem u the capital of the Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ their i thongh he left home when a very young man perhaps father and mother and brothers and sisters still living and was homesick to see them and they belonged to the high circle of roy- Â¬ Daniel himself having royal alty blood in his veins so we have in the new Jerusalem a great many kindred and we are sometimes homesick to see them and they are all princes and princesses in them the blood imperial and we do well to keep our windows open toward their eternal residence It is a joy for ns to believe that while we are interested in them they are in Â¬ terested in us Much thought of Heaven makes one heavenly The airs that blow tn rough that open window are charged w ith life and sweep up to us aromas from gardens that never w ither under skies that never cloud in a snring tide that never terminates Compared with it other heavens are dead failures Homers heaven was an elysium which he described as a plain at the end of the earth or beneath with no snow nor rainfall and the sun never down and Khadamauthus the fastest of men rules Hesiods heaven is what he calls the islands of the ed in the midst of the ocean tiiree times a year blooming with most exquisite flow ers and the air is tinted with purple while games and music and horse races occupy the time The Scandinavians heaven was the hall of Wal ii a where the God Odin gave un r wine suppers to earthly heroes and heroines The Mohammedans heaven passes its disciples in over the bridge Al Sirat which is finer than a hair and sharper than a sword and then they are let loose into a riot of everlasting sensuality The American aborigines look for- Â¬ ward to a heaven of illimitable hunting ground partridge and deer and w ild duck more than plentiful and the hounds never off the scent and the guns never missing fire Rut the geog-Â¬ rapher has followed the earth round Voy Â¬ and found no Homers elysium agers have traversed the deep in all di- Â¬ rections and found no Hesio ds islands of the blessed The Mohammedans ceiestisl debauchery and the Indians eternal hunting ground for vast multi- Â¬ tudes have no charm Rut here rolls in No more sea -the Bible Heaven No more that is no wie separation night that is no insomina No more that is no heart break No more pain that is dismissal of lancet and banishment of neuralgies and catalep- Â¬ All colors in sies anu consumptions the wall except gloomy black all the music in the major key because icf brative and jubilant River crystal- Â¬ line gate crystalline and skies crys- Â¬ talline becaast everything is clear and without doubt White rolies and that means sinlessness Vials full of odors and that means pure regalement of the senses Rainbow and that means the storm is over Marriage supper and that means gladdest festivity Twelve manner of fruits and that means lus- Â¬ cious and unending variety Harp trumpet grand march anthem and hallelujah in the same orchestra Choral meeting solo and overture meeting antiphon and strophe joining dithyramb as they roll into the ocean And you and I may of doxologies have all that and have it forever through hrist if we will let Him with the blood of one wounded hand rub out your sin and with the other wounded hand swing oen the shining portals Day and night keep your window open toward that Jerusalem Sing about it 1ray about it Think about Talk about it Dream about it it Do not be inconsolable about your friends who have gone into it Do not worry if something in your heart indi Â¬ cates that you 3re not far off from its Do not think that when a Christian dies he stops for he goes on Â¬ Wlmt the ltrrord of Crops Proves ver Has No Effect on Prices Sil- Â¬ The Condition or the Toiler In That Coun- Â¬ try la a Warning-- to He Heeded Wages Merely a nttaui and Living Is Made Higher by Free Silver The spread of free coinage sentiment RHEUMATISM BLUE GRASS ROUTE OF THE The Kentucky Planing Mills MORAN FARM Shortest and Quickest Route from Kentucky to All Points WHOI Kstl S SMI HUn IIKA1ER IN THE DOG NEVER SPOKE AGAIN And the eutrllmjuijt Keoelved Three Hundred Dollars for Mini The Iowa Democrats on Aug 7 de clared against free coinage of silver at lfi to by au overwhelming majority The following is a short quotation from Ibo speech of Hon Nathaniel French chairman of the convention At what ratio shall we coin the metals so that a dollar of one will equal a dollar of the other in iutrinsic and exchangeable value When we want to Senator Turpi a Blind Leader Senator Turpie of Indiana tries to know how much things are worth we break the force of what is known as go to the markets and find out We the hammer test of money that is dont hunt up a congressman to atk the the fact that a gold coin beaten out of value of eggs or spring chickens or grain shape retains its value while a silver or anything else or if congress has decom treated in the same way loses half clared what their value shall be We its value by claiming that on account know that the mere di olaration of con of the one tenth alloy a 10 goldpiece gress or even a constitutional amendwould only be worth 9 if it were put ment could not fix the price of a single egg In like manner if we want to know under the hammer Seuator Turpie ought tapped the llnmi how inauy ounces of silver an ounce of An exchange tells that a good story to know better than to delude his folgold is worth we must go to the bullowers with such misleading nonsense was beard the other day of a father and mother who were trying to find The weight of the pure gold in a 10 lion markets instead of the revised names for their twin bahies who coin is the same as in an ingot worth statntes Thomas Jefferson conld not 10 by the way were girls The alloy has nothing to do with have won undying fame as a statesman It was decided and leader of the common people if he that the father must name them After the value of onr gold coins as any jewhad not been endowed with an abunig about and finding no names elry manufacturer who melts down douthat exactly suited him he determined ble eagles for use in his business can dance of common sense and over 100 to end the strain on his mind and tell the Indiana statesman It is the years ago when congre s sought his adnamed thein Kate and Duplicate In 23 2 10 grams of gold which constitute vice as to the ratio to adoot for the the course of time another pair of twins the value of the standard dollars of coinaie nf onld manA ilvti-- Via cool Disregard legal proportions altogether came and they were boys This was 25 8 10 grains and that weight of gold He the I usliands opportunity to get even is worth just as much wheu the coin Inquire into the market price and he wanted his wife to christen the coutainiug it is melted or hammered knew that opinions should not and Isiys Imagine bis feelings when the out of shape Thousands of 10 and 20 could not be controlled by legislation mot her one day told him she had named pieces are melted every year for use in He knew that the basic laws of trade were more iKiwerfnl than the laws of them Iete and R peat But when the the arts Does Senator Turpie suppose thin pair came the father grew fright that business men are foolish enough to nations and that the multiplication cncT and table could not be altered by statute m Max and Climax pay 10 for 9 worth of gold men ly lie To so coin gold and silver that both cause it happens to be in the form of a Her Only hancr shall circulate together by reason of On the corner of two Boston streets a coin parity of value we must follow Jeffer- Â¬ young man was peering through a sur- Â¬ Cheap Money Dear Horses sons advice and inquire the price of veyors leveling instrument and making gold and silver in the markets of the A good illustration of signals to his partner who stood in money principle that the the sonnd world If we find one ounce if gold will quality of front of he schoolhouse above A little money buy 32 ounces of silver that is the ratio more important than girl c lining from out the schoolhouse quantityis isfar found in a story of Gdonel to adopt To put in the silver dollar later than her mates caught sight of more than 32 grains of silver for each the instrument smoothed out her dress C J Villera of General Beauregards start Billing up to a group of cavalry grain of gi Id in the gold dollar would and posed in f nt of it A big police-Â¬ one day toward the close of the war ho at once drive our silver money from cirman came along Move on little one culation and to put in less would banWas accosted with Hello Villere said be T cant simpered the child Thats a mighty tine horse youve got ish our gold The loss of either would Im getting my picture Not be a misfortune and to retain both we Ill give vou 10000 for him took must adopt the mercantile ratio putting much yon wont replied the colonel in our no nioroand no less than is Ive Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder ried just paid 1000 to have him cur needed coins to make one of equal value to Worlds Fair Highest Awr4 Uie other Â¬ 1 i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j i Â¬ Â¬ There was once a ventriloquist so poor that be was obliged to travel on foot from tow n to town to save expense niuct after the manner of the gentle man of adventure in Grimms tales says Harpers Young People One day he was Jul mill on the road by a dog ns for saken as himself but who seemed desirous of becoming his companion They journeyed together to the next town and entered the tavern tired hungry and penniless Not being troubled with the inconvenient refinement which comes from a long line of gentle an rs the man had developed the quality known as cheek so he and the dog sat down to eat a supper for which they could not pav The room was full of loungers and the stranger took a conspicuous seat What will you have asked the only waiter the place employed and the order embraced nearly everything on the bill off fare Rut I want something for ray dog too he added Ask him what he will have The waiter muttered some- Â¬ thing about Whatcher giving us so the stranger said What don t you Well Bruno will you have like to beef or fish Reef every time said Kruno look ing with mild brown eyes at the waiter And what do you drink Water thank you said Kruno Ry this time the landlord and every- Â¬ one in the place were eager with sup Â¬ pressed wonder and gathered about to hear the dog talk Tie- vent rib Kjuist feigned indifference by eating with avidity while the landlord was evidently considering something His cogitation resulted in his offering the stranger three hundred dollars for his wonderful talking dog The rcntrihxuist appeared to hesitate a moment then said abruptly Yes you may have him for three hundred dollars When the money was paid and the ventriloquist was about to leave he turned to the dog patted him affectionately and said Good by old fellow youve licen a good friend to me Yon arc no friend of mine returned the dog to sell me to another master As you were mean enough to serve me such a trick Ill have revenge Ill never speak another word as long as I live The ventrilixmist then made off with all possible haste Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in the southern states has been almost entirely due to the belief that the low price of cotton was caused by the adoption of the gold standard The main argument of the advocates of a 50 cent dollar in this section of the country has teen that the alleged demonetization of silver was the cause of the marked fall in cotton during the past 23 years A bulletin just issued by the depart- Â¬ ment of agriculture giving the history of the production and price of cotton for oer 100 years proves conclusively that he nse of silver as money has nothing to do with the decline in value of cot tou Ri ginniug with 17B1 with a crop nt bales worth on an average 26 cents ier pound in the United States the production rapidly increased during the next ten years to 210030 bales and the price at the same time advanced to 44 cents In 1802 the orop was 241228 bales of which 120619 were shipped to Gnat Britain bnt owing to the great- Â¬ ly increased supply and a large stock 154000 bales on hand at the close of the year the price dropped to 19 cents per pound in New York In spite of this remarkable decrease in price the crop increased to 840000 bales in lblO worth 16 aents in 1816 the crop was 457565 bales but the enormously increased demand from Great Britain forced prioes up to 29 9te and the next year to 84 cents ILese hjh prices caused an inorease in tne acreage of cotton and by 1820 the crop was HioOtH bales and the price dropped to 17 cents The production in creasing prices foil in 1898 to 1140 cent and in 1827 with a crop of 957 281 bales and with 562360 bales in stock b 9 2y cents Bv 1S34 an increase in the European demand for cotton had advanced the pri e to nearly 13 cents with a crop of 205394 bales For the next five years prices fluctuated widely averaging from 7 s4 to 20 cents per pouud and when in J840 the crop amounted to 2177855 bales the average price went down to H2 cents The great crops nnd ibo ac cumulation of large stocks m Liverpool caused a still further decline in ls4i reaching 5 cents the lowest recorded price with a crop of aSMM3 bales By ls50 prices had advanced to 12 34 cents and for the next ten years aver aged about 11 cents the crop increasing to 8ttfi857 in 1856 and to 48419M in IMOl The war which broke out in 1861 brought on the cotton panic which as high lasnd to 18M when price--weas 189 per pound The close of the war left many of the cotton growing states in an impoverished aoaditioa and It was not until 1876 that the crop was as large as that of lHfiO In the mean time the pries had fallen with the gradual increase in production until in ls71 with a crop of 4352317 bales it aver aged 1691 cents In 1872 cotton was badly damaged by excessive rams and with a crop of only 2974351 bales the price reached 2048 In 1880 the crop was 1761263 bales aud the price had fallen to IS 08 The increased European demand for a time prevented prices falling to tho level of the decade previous to the war but by 18si the stock on hand began to in crease leyimd the demand and in 1891 the unheard of crop of 8659697 bales forced the price down to 903 cents In 1899 the crop was fi0S69 bales the 6tock on hand amounting to 2253000 bales Prices fell to 7 14 cents bnt ad vanced in 1898 when oa account of un favorable weather the crop fell off to i Ton 3ii bales to 824 cents An increase to T4itM7 bales m 1894 was followed by a decline in price and the greatest crop on record in lMCi amount ing to about 9476435 bales brought down the price to 6 26 Thefollow ing table gives tho compar ative crops anil stocks of cotton and the lowest and highest prima in tho United States for two divades showing that prices reached the lowest point during the years w hen the accumulation of surplus stocks was the largest aud that those were the years of largest crops Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1841 1810 Crops in faiirpivi- - in Tinted Europe it States close year BaloK isui 1S1J 1S4T iiiaii Irsif74 j Bales an cat lilU00 807000 Middling up Â¬ land per lb in New Orl alls Cents 8 6 4 o 10 ls4i 1843 t9J0M 2mob lTTsi l 1J55UJ0 11011X10 4 K4 fii am 1MT 1S41I - iMISTsli lboO 2 SB 718 64O000 ftiiou an ooo M ooo 6- m b 5 9 a ia lftV 188Issb li7 18W M0aflS MMM tst aw S6M000 1895 8 3 8 afBgQ rosm 935000 94 VUPi Wi0 11 HM 7ille MBMH M7ii4aS UH0M 1384000 194701 10 i i1 9 7 7 11 9 ldwlP lfi H 2 ism IMF B0B679 t 70MIB iii0ll0 19SIU0U 6 IS 77iins7 2484000 lseooo Mg i 1S 1I5 The figures for 1895 are to July 1 This record of crops and prices proves that instead of being caused by an increase or decrease in the nse of silver Maty the price of cotton depends in every case on the relation between supply and demand Larger crops have re sulted in falling prices and when in a few years with an increased crop prices advam ed it was the increased European demand which meant that the oroawaj not larger as compared with consumption which regulated the price The record further proves that in the year 1845 when the silverites claim that silver was the nnit of value the price of cotton in the United States was lowr than at any time in the history if the country In view of these facts we should hear no more of the price of cotton as a reason for debasing our enrreucy by putting it on the silver standard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 81 1 8 3 ie things would si em to be so cer Â¬ tain that it is a waste of time to argue about them Among these is the condi tion of the people of Mexico which ev erybody knows is in every respect inferior to that of tlieieopleof the United Btataa Yt the silverites have cheek enough to brazenly claim that the Mex icans are more praaperoaa than we are The following letter recently published hi the New York Sun shows the real facts as to Mexicos alleged prosperity Mexico July 6 189 The fight over the financial question now on m the United Mates is watched With and interest by mine owners here Whenever the United States throw s open her mints to the free and unlimited coinage of silver the mining property of Mexico will be i n- hanii d m value in the same proportion as that la Colorado though experience has shown that the salary of the lalmrer will be the saineaat leu t so far as Mexico if concerned The dividend of the stockholder will alone be im nam The average of wages ranges fn an 2 to 2i ci uts a day in the cities and haci- BBdaser plantations of Mexico aad to the remote mining districts it Is a little niorc All laborers have to tmd them On all plantations tehres m Mexico there are stores owned by the landlord What is usually earned by labor on the land is always spent with the owner of it The question naturally arises especially after one has heard the promises of the silver nun on the floors of con Why have wages not risen in Mexico Why even on a iher basis are they so naofl lower than the lowest paid in the United Stat si-- It must be renn mlsred too that the wages paid here are in a depreciated coin worth only half as much as the same amount received for labor in the United Sta On all sides one bears the answer that the silver basis m Mexico is not respon Â¬ sible for the low wages This is partially trne bnt still wages have not increased or made any advance under the free coinage of sliver The chief argument of the Silver men in the States seems to be that wai I will advance and that the volume of mrtwey will be largely intlati d N it lung which has been promised by the silver men has come to pass here Wages are lower and living higher Since silver has decreased m value to aliont one half everything produced in this country which competes with the markets of the world has increased pro portionately The only product which have remained at nominally the old figure are those which are not growu for export and which do not come m con tact with similar products grown in countries which have a sound currency Even isjtfee which is one of the staple products has risen to such a point as to practically be heyoad the reach of the peon and the laborer while the only beef ever m reach of the ieon is that which is cat from the dead animals aft er the bull fight Butter is so dear as to make it a luxury to all classes and it is ordered in restaurants as dainties are Beer which is a standard drink here sells for II cents l gloss anil the only liquor which is to tie had by the laboring classes is a native drink called pulque a milklike looking beverage which produces some of the results of the malt product without possessing any of its virtues When these facts are pointed out to the silver man from tin- States heat once says that such a condition of things could not exist there that latior is too well organized to permit such a state of affairs to last The politician as well as the laborer knows that there can be no fictitious value in labor and moreover that less than 2 per cent of the great mass of lalxir in the United States is organized The low wages here are not confined alone to what may be termed the lalioring class but all salaries are proportionately small The liest of clerks in the stores get from 50 to 100 a month The most expert lxiokkeepers can seldom get more than from i0 to a month Yet m this class of life the clothes they wear the food they eat are bought Bl gold prices While his salary is higher yet the bookkeepers mve sities are so much the greater Argue as they will there can be bnt one result from a silver basis in the United States which shonld lie made clear to all who are dependent for their living upon their labor It is that wages would not be perceptibly increased and that the purchasing power of those wages would be diminished almost half Rents have been steadily advancing here and they would lie put up m any country which depreciates its money Whenever the United States goes upon a silver baata the earning power of her btborera artisans and clerks will In- cut almost in two while the clothes they wear the houses they he m the food they eat will be increased almost double Seeing the condition of the toiler and the peasant here in a country upon a silver basis it can lie but the one prayer of an American visiting Mexico that his own country may he spared the folly of doing what would lie au irreparable wrong An American Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and South west The undersigned will rent at public auction to the highest and best bidder on the premises on Thro C R Rough and Dressed Lumber Dbmbs tUsSL IMMis train service between nati Middlesborough i t Improved rapidly and BIU 1IUW t WCII completely cured I can heartily recom men 1 your wonderful medicine to anyone afflicted with this painful disease W K DALEY Brooklyn Elevated R R Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to any address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga Mocunaaa Laths and Knoxville Tenn SlIINOIKS 1IMK Ckment II wk Ktc j I SATURDAY SEPT 14 95 and Points on R Inn TOBAGGCO HOGSHEADS 13 25 A SPECIALTY At the hour of n oclock a m the Mo ran Farm in five parcels as follows LNR 8ehaalc is ElWt KJUTH BOUND Kx prenn 8 11 8 19 Main OUaat Kuiimomi Ki mmwimmmwmwmmmmBBBB No 1 657 Acres Lve Cincinnati Lvi ovlntnn lve Kalmoutli IMUMHsatti mmifiniiiifi mmmmmmm TICKLES 8 IT YOU the INSTANT RELIEF rou bet mom LIGHTNING HOT DROPS Cramps CURES Morbus NauseaDiarrhcea Flux Cholera Changes of Watei etc Scratches Bites of HEALS Cuts Burns Bruise Bugs Animals Serpents etc BREAKS UPBad Colds La Cnppe Influenza Croup Sore Throat etc C Being all the land north of Silver Creek except the cjg acres at Mill Grove for a term of three years to be cultivated 130 acres in corn 210 acres in wheat and acres ol ass the first vcar and 12 or tobacco lor which there is barn room on Will break sod lor com or to-Â¬ the place This tract inbacco the second year cludes the residence and sevetal tenants houses j No Daily Am a in Arr Pa Ait Lexington Lve Paris Arr Winctieyter Arr Richmond Lve KichmniKl Lve Berea Arr Uvtaaa Lve Laaatea I orlnn rr Lve Ilirhlii LveHHrlirville Lve Puivi lve Miildleshh rr CumV Livma-stHi-Lv- Lve fynthlana iii8 12iO 1043 a rr a rr B Lve Wind la 10 n n No 2 273 Acres South of Silver Creek and west of the Richmond and Laiicas er turnpike now ear This tract is in good grass for one admirably situated and adapted Ier grazing purposes pm 115 p m Has p m 3 10 ii p m 302 p IT Good Smells Everywhere Tastes Good Does Good evert time No Relief at 26c and 60c Par Bottle No Pay Sold uua two aad oaf half times as mech as 25c No O bottle 3 273 Acres Lv Iumil itsji 4s P ra HERB MEDICINE CO SPRINGFIELD ttffltffliiillilllllllllggg In bluegrass on the East side of the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and west of the railroad and Silver Creek lor one Willianishd Arr Jelho A rr Knoxville Lve Lve 800 a 4 S ni year rr Kiwlnd Arr Wlatifor NORTH KI hmonl P R No 4 45 Acres BOINI PRIZES GIVEN AWAY 4000 I3ST East of the railroad with good house all to be cultivated for three vears Ex M Dally Dally Lve Rowland Lve Lve K- No 5 ioj Acres Arr Richmond It WilliHnishn Lvi- - i 3 3 The mill property known as Morans Dwelling house Mill on Silver Cieek for three and mill in good oondition years The whole far i is well fenced and in a high state of cuti ion Rent notes with good secu TERMS Written contract ritv will be rtquired will be prepared and execut d alter the renting For any further information in quire of the undersigned at his office in Richmond 12 14 Air Corliiii a z 1 z Arr Corlun Lve lnlon Arr Iivingslon Lve LivintcMoit Lve ajayaa Arr Richmond Lve MMdlestih Lve Pnipvtlle Lve Waif 1 Ulla Lve Cnmd tap C Kv W R SHACKELFORD Agt for Jenny B Moran et al Lve Richmond Arr Wind jff lve W Arr Puna Lve Islington Lve Paris Lve Lve 625 a - m Commissioner s Sale Kulmouth Arr Covington Arr IncllillHtl fynthiana q a m 1034 am jo am MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOINl THE CLIMAX Has decided to give a number of prizes to those who secure cash subscribers before January 1st 189b To the person securing the largest number of cash subscribers will be giv- Â¬ en an order On Covington Mitchell for 20 worth of any merchandise kept by them To the person securing the second largest list will be given an order on the same firm for S5 worth of goods To the person securing the third lar- Â¬ gest list will be given an order on the same firm for 5 in goods To the person securing the fourth largest list will be given three years G Kx sin FAYETTE CIRCl IT COURT I Wilcls FXKrLTORs Plrr1 j Lve Cincinnati Lve Covlnjcton Iexingtnri Paris Arr MillersJohnson Ma s W F Ramsky DataaJaa le Bv virtue of a judgment of the Favette Circuit Court ol date June 3 l8 and amended judgment o date Aug 2 I entered in the above styled action I wi I SOLTH UntNli Lve Maysville Johnaoa Carlisle Millershurg Arr fan- Lexington Covington Cincinnati on Thursday Sept 19 1895 About the hour of M oclock m on the For fu ther information premises hereinafter described sell the following described property or so much or freight address thereof as is necessary to pav the sum of Ticket and Km that property constituting the brick yard and pUnt ol G WiIju deceased situated on the Newtown Pike Favette countv Ky described as fo low- 3300 feet estimated driing ra ks and all pallets belong ng to same tables and office building drying house and I 1 1 1 r B cki R R 20431 All R N I chimneys 24 wheelbarrows 2 Quakir machine trucks 11 Chamberss machine trucks 3 box wheelbarrows 50 bushels moulding sand work bench and vice midlines 4 hand pressing Chambers 1 1 Time Table No fect May 4A3 1 24 In Ef- Â¬ brick machine table- - subscription to the Climax To the person securing the fifth lar- Â¬ gest list will be given a years subscription to the Climax The regular price of the Climax is 8150 a year but to cash in advance subscribers it is put at 8125 Subscriptions may be sent in at any time from this till January 1st Agents can send any number of names from one up and due credit will be given Â¬ brick machine 5H kilt dot Quaker brick making machine belting shafting mo Ids etc steam engine and boiler hot and cold water pump- - heaters etc one half barrel of lubricating I oil Sword brick machine rock 16 grate baskets crii her 1 pairs ol pipe tongs 3 pick and I sledge hammer shovrls coal lu 4 spades and water tanks 50 hand brick moulds a kiln doors and frames 20 grate bars old Quaker brick machine I engine aud boiler house and shed 2 single brick sheds 2 double brick sheds plank cover on 5 kilns office desk chairs and some old brass Also all he right title and interest ol W F Ramsey defendant to take clay oft of the McClelland land adjoining the brick yard ot G Wilgus acquired bv lease to G D Wilgus dated b ptember 2Mh iSj2 which said contract was trans lerred to said Ramsey by J H Shropshire Executor of G D Wilgus deceased Being the same property mentioned in mortgage of Ramsey to Shropshire Exe- Â¬ cutor in Mortgage Book 34 page - of 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 Lexington right to use the Chamber belting etc and 12 1895 2ND CI rn Hill1 - 1ST CLASS - Ex Sun Ex Sun Versai Million Nicholasvilic Valley Virw Richmond Union Mobcrlv Brassfield Panola Irvine r 6 11 m 40 10 12 10 S 45 m 12 03 12 14 12 17 12 30 r 1a 830 U3op 12 50 t 00 45 00 1 00 WEST BOUND Ex Irvine Panola d Mober- a Saajb p a Sun Ex Sun Ex m 5 Union Richmond Million rS Valiey View Nicholasvilic Versail- 20 5 5 00 3 58 4 20 the agent Agents are not confined to any parÂ¬ Sale will be on cred ts of three months the purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security thereon bearing inteiest at 6 per cent per annum trom dav of sale until paid said bonds to have the force and efK ct of a judgment and to remain a lien upon the property sold until paid J R MORTON M C F C C Fayette County Court 4- TaTl A M LEGISLATION Lawn of Trade AND PRICES 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 Falconer 12 A Falconer Attorney Trains between Louisville and Versi Trains between Cincinnati and daily All train connect with Southern Rail Iounvillr and with the C N P to and from Cincinnati in sp nd live hours in loui ville ar hours in Cm mrit return to Richmond at 8op in For through rates and other information apply to any ticket agent or addrCM BROWN Gen Passr scr Vei W H ADAMS rnt More Powerful Laws of Nations Than the COAL BARGAINS THE MOST AMAZING E 1 B11U KVKR OFrKIvFI THK I Gi SHOPPINGPUBLIC BfcdBSt Dealers In BEATTYYILLE AND SOUTHERN KY COALS Rr8H wholesale stock tvongut Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THEi at their assignees sale rr LAUNDRY RICHMOND STEAM PATRONIZE HOME 8000 Worth ok New Opera lowest market House FRY US ft W prices guaranteed on application and will compete with any coal in the GOODS ml CENTRA INDUSTRIES Work done promptly and as well as any other Laundry in the Country Fresh Meots Fresh Fish Dress Goods To be sold at almost nothing irar SEPTEMBER 11 1 y The next session will open WEDNESDAY 1895 Vegetables Kt PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home Peopfeaad they will stand by you M The Preparatory Department will CLOTHING BBOB AND HATS taught by shown in Richmond at prices far IROF titIJHi PAXTON M A Priin you learn PKOK and mowt The largest complete line of helow all ciuiHtitore Dont boy any gaods until J H CHANDIKK Jr B onr prices WE KEEP THE BEST And ell at reasonable prices You -- Ami an assistant to be anu full inforiDatiiii ami cata- l- plv til i 1 can always obtain value received for your money with us Your OUT OE TOWN WORK M New York Store McKEES CORNER - L H BLANT0N Chancellir OST IN QUANTITY fe SOLICITED gSiJi orders delivered any place within the corporation BEiT lat ouslit Li6r5tpIJJafliklCo I wish SW fmv nw brick and near Hotel i s ion C T WELLS Manager Main St Richmond Ky MfdieiBf That Make a Van Haiti Franklin Co Tenn May 16 tSc I am forty five years old and hhve spent eight vears in bid batata t Am a poor man and have to hustle for a living Rv Iht its m H11 t cx wraught am ow able to hustle in mv markrt am a stout as a mule It i the greatest medicine on earth and doe more than it is recommended to uut- A Jit Dion T - WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE WORM BOTTLE GUARANTEED DHlUCilSTS A Sufferer i Cured II r-- LJ roon and on the ranches of Texas gress of many nations and the parlia- Â¬ gov RNED BY THE LAW OP SUPPLY HOW THE LADORER IS PC23ED there is an uncounted multitude who ment of all the world Proprietor of AND DEMAND this hour stand and sit and kneel THE CHEAP DOLLAR Yea as Daniel had kindred in Jeru- Â¬ with their wndows open toward Jeru- salem of whom he often thought GRASS ROUTE 1 the result of the usual treatment of OF THE- blood disorders The svatem Is tilled with salem Some of these people played thongh he Mil home when a very ree stlverlte Should Study Thli Etitorj The Condition of the Toiler In That Coun- Â¬ Mercury ami Potash remedies more to on the heather of the Scottish hills young man perhaps fatherand mother of Io In lion and Price Since 1791 a De dreaded than the disease ana try la S warninj to Ito Merited Wtfrl Some of them were driven out by Irish and brothers and sisters still living short while is in a far worse condition What the Record of Crops Proves SilShortest and Quickest Route from r Is than before The most common result Merely a Iittane and Living la Mads famine Some of them in early life and was homesick to see them and ver Ha Mo Effect on Prices Higher by Free silver drilled in the German army Some of they belonged to the high circle of roy- Â¬ Kentucky to All WllOIKSAI I M KKTAIL DEALER N The spread of free coinage sentiment them were accustomed at Lyons or alty for which S S S is the most reliable Daniel himself having royal Some things would seem to he so cercure A few bottles will afford relief and South west Thr Marseilles or Pans to see on tne street blood in his veins so we have in the in the southern states has been almost where all else has failed Victor Iliijfo and iambetta Some new Jerusalem a irreat manv kindred entirely dne to the belief that the low tain that it is a waste of time to argne I sufltred from a fteTere attack of Mercurial train service between C KheuinaUnruajy arms and legs belnK swollen The undersigned will rent at public about them Among these is the condichased the chain is uruonp- the Alpine and we are sometimes homesick to see price of cotton was caused by the adopto more than twice their natural lit cauMriK auction to the highest and best bidder un the mofltexcrnriatlnff Daln I aranthuiidrtHln S me plucked the rip precipices tion of the gold standard The main tion of the people of Mexico which ev nati Middlesborouu them and the premise on renei iui alter iaSarsaparilla would cluster- - from Italian vineyards Some princesses they aretheall princes and argument of the advocates of a 60 cent erybody knows is in every respect in- Am or aoiiars wuuoul of Ming a few bottles in them blood imperial DDSSjS Sasii 1i imis Mm lUipiovcgrayiuijiiill and Knozville Tenn Laths Oeaores provided I iihnis lifted their faces under the midnipht and we do well to keep our windows dollar in this section of the country has ferior to that of the people of the United am dow a well man BsnjBMJB IIMK CaJUMf t completely cured been that the alleged demonetization of iie and able un of Norway It is no dishonor to open toward their eternal residence SATURDAY SEPT 14 95 Kama ra nnin n Yet the silverites have cheek and Points on our land that they remember the Vmend your wonderful medicine to anyone to carry anything H WR KT It is a joy for us to believe that while silver was the cause of the marked fall enough to brazenly claim that the Mex w suiKiru witn mis jiaiui ui niMfnwe of their nativitv Miscreants Mould we are interested in them they are in Kiffllt w r ualsy Brooklyn Elerated B R in cotton during the past 23 years L N R R iNttles if At the hoar of Ii oclock a ni the Mo icans an more prosperous than we are TOBAGCCO HOGSHEADS A SPECIALTY A bulletin just israed by janlla cured me so they be if while they have some of terested in us Much thought of Heaven B Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Disea depart- Â¬ ran Farm in live parcels at follows rrec to any audreaa their windows open to take in the free makes one heavenly The airs that ment of agriculture giving the history The following letter recently published that I hae liad no return of the 8fhfJii ii KIWI lu SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta 6a hi the New York Sun shows the real Main Street Kit hmomi K v air of America and the sunlight of an blow through that open window are of the production and price ofthe r more than twenty cotton for No 1 Acres mmm atmospnere which no kinirly desoot charged with life and sweep up to us oer 100 years proves conclusively 13 first battle seemed to reach the that facts as to Mexicos alleged prosperity No has ever breathed they forfrot some aromas from gardens that never Mrxu ii July 6 1895 DHiiy he use of silver as money has nothing UTH HOUNU Being all the land north of Silver Creek pet and a x ise of it has times to open the window toward Jeru Â¬ wither under skies that never cloud in to do with the decline The fight over the financial qnesttoa except the nK acres at Mill Grove for a in value of cot tlie cure O salem JlAis a soring tide that never terminates o term of tliree years to be cultivated tou B ginniug with 1791 with a crop now ou m the United Mates il watched Lve Cincinnati Want una W 8n am No wonder that the son of the Swiss Compared with it other heavens are acres in corn 2io acres in wheat and Lv Covinirtnii si bales worth on an average 26 with eagerness and interest by mine when faraway from home hearing the dead failures acres of lve Kalmouth 94 a n jrass the first vear and ii or owners here Whenever the United cents per pound in the United States IT TICKLES YOU Homers heaven was an elysium the production rapidly increased tobacco for which there is barn room on Lve Cynthiaasv natioual air of his country sunjr the rr p daring States throws open her mints to the free THE INST AM T RELIEF rou bet mom ill break sod for corn or to Â¬ Arr Latslasjftmi the place malady of homesickness comes on him winch he described as a plain at the the next ten years to and unlimited coinage of silver the bacco ihe second vear Tins tract in- Lv- Pun werfally as to cause his death end of the earth or beneath with no the price at the same210680 bales and mining property of Mexico will be en time advanced to cludes the residence and several tenants Arr Wind lave the example of heroic D iel snow nor rainfall and the sun never haiiii il in v line in the same proportion 44 cents In 1802 the orop was 241228 Lve Winchester houses of my text for keeping- early memories goes down and Khadamanthus THI OKLY WOELDS FAIR the bales of which 120619 were shipped to as that in Colorado tiorih experience Arr Rlrhiiiotid Lve Rirhmoml Korp et not the old folks at justest of men rules Hesiods heaven has shown that the salary of the laborer Britain but owing to the greatLve Keren No 2 273 Acres home is what he calls the islands of the ly Write often and if you Arr Livingston will be the samoaat leist SO far as Mex increased supply and a large stock surplus of iinans and they are poor blessed in the midst of the ocean Lve Livinissinii vebs PILLS Promote Good Digestior ico is copeernedL The dividend of the South of Silver Creek and west of the Lve Loiiliin CURES CoBe Crimps Diarrhoea Flu Cholera make practical contribution and re three times a year blooming with most 154000 bales on hand at the close of Morbus Nausea Changes of Water etc Richmond and Lancas er turnpike now rr t orlil n juice that America is bound to all the exquisite flowers and the air is tinted the year the price dropped to 19 cents stockholder will alone be incrraeed Inrhii HEALS us- Hums Bruises Scratches Bites of in good grass for one iear This tract is Lve Bnrhrvllle The average of wages ranges from IL per pound in New York Animals Serpents Bugs etc Lve world by ties of sanguinity as in no with purple while games and music admirabh situated and adapted ler grazing Lve Pnieviile In spite of this remarkable decrease to 96 cents a day m the cities and haci BREAKS U P Bad Colds La Grippe Influenza other nation Who can doubt but it is and horse races occupy the time The purposes Croup Sore Throat etc lve Milllesiii A ix rum app inted for the evangelization of navians heaven was the hall of in price the crop increased to 340000 endas or plantations of Mexico and in Up Good Smells Everywhere Tastes Good does Good evert time the remote mining districts it is a little Lv IuiiiM Imp in What a stirring meltla where the God Odin gave un- - balescrop 1610 worth 16 oents In 1816 more All laborers have to find themother leads at 26c and 60c Ptr Bottle No Relief Sold No 3 273A Acres No Par Lve Corfit Lesson TaupM by Daniel of Old was 457565 bales but the coniius two nod one hIf ilraes as much aj J3c bottle tPm ing gospel l zing Vheory that all the enmng wine suppers to earthlv hero s the Lve Williamsbu 5 5p m HERB MEDICINE CO jn all plantations SPRINGFIELD O enormously increased demand from selves in Mexico In bluefgrass on the Kast side of the Richdoors of other nations are open toward and heroines ica i The Mohammedans Arr Jellirsi ho in Violation there are stores owned by the landlord heaven passes its disciples in over the Great Britain forced prices up to 29 us while our windows are open toward IITTTTn mond and Lancaster turnpike and west of Arr Knoxvllle What is usually earned by labor on the the railroad and Silver Creek for one Lve Richmond 9m and the next year to 84 cents bridge Al Si rat which is finer than a them Of Ihr r rsian l ar l t rr Riiwi ind riod vear ILese btga prices caused an increase in land is always spent with the owner of it Hut Daniel in the text kept this hair and sharper than a sword and BBaMS th- - fury of Ihr I inns in Tnir Arr sianfor The quest ioa naturally arises espe port hole of his domestic fortress un then they are let loose into a riot of tne acreage of cotton and by 1820 the liru srrni Hrw j ltr No 4 45 Acres No 2 crop was Hiiioiii bales and the price cially after one has heard the promises of Milt beeaase Jerusalem was the cap Â¬ everlasting sensuality lalnur I D NORTH Bof Nl Dally the silver men on the floors of congress ital of sacred influences There had The American aborigines look for- Â¬ dropped to 1 cents The production in Ex ISiiii Eat of the railroad with good house all In his sermon for Sunday Hev Or smoked the sacrifice There was the ward to a heaven of illimitable hunt creasing prices foil in 1826 to 1140 Why have wages not risen in Mexico to be cultivated for th ee vears Lve Rowland Why even on a silver basis are they so -- n a theme overflow Huly of Holies There was the Ark of ing ground partridge and deer and cent- - and in 1827 with a crop of 957 Arr Rtrhmon the Covenant There stood the temple wild duck more than plentiful and the 281 bales and with 663860 bales in much lower than tin- lowest paid in the Lve No 5 io Acres We are ail tempted to keep our win United Stati - It niu t be remembered T he s Lve hounds never off the scent and the stock to sj cents t Lve Wiliiamab dows open on the opposite side toward guns never missing fire But the geog-Â¬ Bv ISM an increase in the European too that the wages paid here are in a d the t The mill property known as Morans Air Corbin the l Mill on Silver Cieek demand for cotton had advanced the depreciated com worth only half as Dwelling house Lve Cihti inr and worid that we may see and hear rapher has followed the earth round appropriate its advantages What and found no Homers elysium and null in good oondition pn e to nearly 13 cents with a crop of much as the sane- amount received for Voy for three Lve MiiMle liti inward JerusaLve Pineville the world say What does the agers have traversed the deep in all di- Â¬ lem jears 205394 bales For the next five years labor in the United States Lve Barlirviile I The whole far i is well fenced and in a Arr Corhm What dies the world rections and found no Hesio is islands prices fluctuated widely averaging from On all sides one hears the answer that lly princes of Persia world think Lve Usshsssi hih state of cutivation anted on by political yalossi against do Worshipers of the world instead of the blessed 7 the si her basis in Mexico is not respon The Mohammedans 4 to 21 cents per pound and when in TERMS Rent notes with good ecu Arr Iivin j ceded in gettias a of worshipers of Gost Windows open celestis debauchery and the Indians IB40 the crop amounted ro 21 7TS 5 sible for the low wages This is partially Livingston ritv will be required Written contracts Lve Iterea rd Hatiylon hunting ground for vast multi- Â¬ bales the average price went down Windows open to eternal at a kMHiu nri to true but still wages have not increased will be prepared and executed alter the Lve Richmond ward Corinth Windows open toward tudes have no charm But here rolls in ft Arr r the past - Mad or made auv advance under the freo cents The great crops and the ac renting For any further information in Lve K11 I111111I 620 a m Athens Windows the Bible Heaven to- open No more sea -- cnninlutiou of large Wiiiel stocks in Liverpool coinage of silver The chief argument quire of the undersigned at his office in Arr Wine Sodom i Windows Lve open that is no wiie separation No more caused a still further lumper I of the silver seen in the States seems to Richmond Kv decline in lsjArr Vn rd the flats instead of win- - nijfht- - that is no insomina No more be that Wages will advance and that W R SHACKELFORD Lve lextKton cents - open toward the hills Sad mis tears that is no heart break No more reaching 6 a crop the lowest recorded tin- volume of currency will be largely lve P nsaad and U 14 Agt forjenm H Moran et al 72 am of ltMM3 bales Lve take for this world as a cod is like pain that is dismissal of lancet and price with j niliiana the earth By 1850 prices had advanced to 12 ii4 lnllati d Lve Klmilltll am 9 I saw ethiag in the museum of banishment of neuralgies and catalep- Â¬ N thing which has been promised by i not hin Arr ran I usual cents and for the next teu years aver Strasbnrg Serasaay- - the figure of a sies and consumptions Arr rtneiuiiHli I liar iel All colors in 1030 a in the silver men has - II is en lilies murlit TlrV and iron The victim the wall except gloomy black all the aged about 11 cents the crop increasing Wages are lower come to pass here and living higher to 3fijido7 in 1806 and to 4661393 en time was brought there and music in the major key because eec as e MAYSVIIIE BRANCH Since silver has decreased in value to his figure would open its arms to rebrative and jubilant Piver crystal- Â¬ in Ibtli uind The war which broke out in 1861 aliont one half everything produced in cede him and once unfolded the fig- line gate crystalline and skies crys- Â¬ n of this country which NORTH BOUND should Ik- - aUd- - ure closed with a hundred knives and talline Wcause everything is clear and brought on the cotton panic which markets of the world compete with the has increased proKx Min White roes and that lasted to 1W when prices went as high iiim wth lances upon him and then let him without doubt The only products which as 61 Kit per pound The close of the portionately So the means sinlessness Lve Cincinnati Vials full of odors n not drop lso fpet sheer down Lve Covington world first embraces its idolaters then and that means pure regalement of the war left many of the rntsntl growiin have remained at nominally the old FAYETTE CIRCITT COIRT Lexington - upon them witn many tortures 700 a m v senses Kainbow and that means the states in an impoverished s oudition and figure are those which are not grown for nt he Pris j and then lets them drop forever down storm is over Marriage supper and it Was not until 1876 that the crop was eiorr ana wnicli do not i umi- m con Arr MillersburK Willi is Kxn i tors Fltfs i tact with similar products grown m a cartas vs The highest honor the world eoald that means gladdest festivity Twelve as large as that of I860 In the meanJohns o am VV F Ramsky DelenJant countries which have a sound currency r was to make a man Roman em- Â¬ manner of fruits and tiiat means lus- Â¬ time the price had fallen with the grad MaysviHe Sole irinr- Even coffee which is one of the staple peror but out of mil increase in production until in 1871 emjierors it al- cious and unending varietv Bv virtue of a judgment of the Favette products has risen to such a mint as to Harp trumpet grand march anthem with a crop of 43533 7 hales it aver il BO Nil ini puts thesiiut- - lowed only six to die peacefully in Daily Circuit Court ol date June 3 and their and hallelujah in the same orchestra aged 1696 cents In 1872 cotton was practically 1h- beyond the reach of the amended judgment of dae Aug 2 18 The dominion of this world over thoral meeting solo and overture Lve Mavsvdle badly damaged by exeessive rains and peon and the ashorar while the only sacred entered in the above styled action 1 wi Johnson multitudes is illustrated by the names meeting antiphon and strophe joining with a crop of only 2H74351 bales the betf ever in reach of the peon is that vs on Carllsl a m many countries They have dithyramb as they roll into the ocean price reached 9048 In 1880 the crop which is cut from the dead animals att treet Millersiiura 72 Arr Puri- And you and I may a m inilmv their pieces of monev which thev call of doxologies waa67613fil bales and the price had er the bull fight Lexington giv- Â¬ Thursday Sept 19 1895 j a m half sovereigns crow ns have all tiiat and have it forever fallen to 1909 Butter is so dear M to make it a luxefyiaf Covington 1024 a m and half crov cons and half through hrist if we will let Him with ury to all classes and it is ordered in Cincinnati The increased European demand for a 1030 a m About the hour of 12 oclock m on the Fredericks and double the blood of one wounded hand rub time prevented prices falling to the the city rush to level restaurants as dainties are Beer which premises hereinafter described For fnt ther information rules on t sell the out your sin and with the other of the decade previous is a standard drink here sells for 15 ters and reixirt tuat Fredericks and ducats and Isabellinos following described property or so Brack or freight ad to the war but all of which names means not so much wounded hand swing o en the shining cents a glass and the only liquor which by 18M the stock on hand began to in r cRn thereof as is necessary to pav the sum of usefi ominion The mist of portals Ticket and Emigration is to Ik- had by the laboring classes b a j 0463 crease beyond the demand and in 18U Rich mo Day and night keep your window up a h avv our win tows open toward the exnative drink called pnlfme All that property constituting the brick a milk the nuheard of crop of change toward the salon of fashion open toward that Jerusalem Sing forced the price down to 8669697 bales like looking beverage which produces yard and pUnt ot G D Wiljus deceased kneeliae 903 cents In some of toward the ioa of the world In old- about it iray about it Think about n the situated on the Newtown Pike Favette the results of the Talk atiout it Dream about it 1899 the crop was 9066879 bales the without possessing any of malt product county Kv described as fo lows R N I si in their en times the length of the English it R R its virtues yard was hei by the length of the Do not be inconsolable about your stock on hand amounting to 9966000 3300 feet estimated drying ra ks and When these facts are pointed out to arm of King Henry I and we are apt friends who have gone into it Do not bales Prices fell to 714 cents but ad all pallets belonging to same 2 stables aniel be the silvr man from the Mates heat to measure things by a variable and office building worry if something in your heart indi- Â¬ vanced in 1893 when on account of nn drying house and isser a favoiable weather the crop f ll off to Oswe says that such a condition of things So chimneys and by the human arm mat in cates that you are not far off from its 24 wheelbarrows 2 Quaktr vn at his feet ar could not exist there that latmr is too machine trucks An in rcat crisis of life can give us no Do not think that w iien a 6700366 hales to 8 24 cents Chamberss machine estaaiea inane truck crease to 7 5 19 HIT bales in 1864 was well organized to permit such a state of We need like Daniel to open Christina dies he stops for he goes on 3 box wheelbarrows 50 bushels lar- Â¬ Time Table No 24 In Ef-moulding sand work bench and vice followed by a di clme m price and the affairs to last The potttieiaa M well as n the our windows toward iod and reli the laborer knows that there can he no 4 hand pressing midlines THE DOG NEVER SPOKE AGAIN greatest crop on record in 1896 anionnt Chambers itut mark you that good lion tamer and teeth brick machine tables beltmsr et- - an4 feet May 12 1895 indin at the window but And the VeutrllocjuUt Keerlved Three ing to about 9476435 bales brought fictitious value in labor and moreover tame tiie lion of Lexington right to use the Chamber that less than I pec cent of the great down the price to 6 96 mg while he looks oat Most Hundred Hollar for Him brick machine at iron kill doors I mass of labor m the United States is orThe following table gives the comparwould be for photographs are taken of those in There was once a venU iloquist so Quaker brick making machine belting ganized The wages here are not LASS tthsjr posture I now re that he was obliged to travel on ative crops and stocks of cottii and the confined alone lowwhat may shading mo Ids etc steam engine and EAST BOfND 1ST CLASS to No 3 No mem ter but one picture of a man foot from town to town tosave expense termed lowest and highest prices in the United boiler hot and cold water pumps heatfootmen IL sun eji sun the bboriag class but all salaries n ng and that was David Iiving- - niuct alter the manner of the gentleMat s for two decades showing that ers etc one half barrel of lubricating n all proportionately small The best of clerks oil wiio in the cause of iod and man of adventure in Grimms tales says prices reached the lowest point during P M Sword brick machine A M rock Vtrsai 6 40 10 27 16 grate baskets i crusher IIIAHIOU sacriuceuii-nnnselt and in 2 pairs Harpers Young People One day he the years when the accnmnlation of sur- in the stores get from 650 to 100 a ot Nit holasville 11 10 7 15 IO 12 I frica pipe tongs 3 picks and I sledge hammer Valley View his servant Maja was Joined on the road by a dog ns for plus stocks was the largest and that month The most exj it liookkoepers 11 32 10 55 Million can seldom get more than from 600 to 8 la 45 11 30 4 spades and 5 shovels wara found him in the tent by the saken as himself but who seemed de- those were the years of largest crops coal shovels 2 Hid T M water tanks 50 hand brick moulds 30 Richmond a month Yet in this class of life light of can ile stuck on the top of a sirous of beeoming his companion ired 12 02 Â¬ 1H4I 1810 Sjo 12 30 pn larkiln doors and frames 220 grate bars Union the clothes they wear the food they eat 12 14 12 50 in his bands upon the They journeyed together to the next Crops in Surplus in Middling up-Mobcr old tjuaker brick machine 12 17 I engine aud 00 pillow and dead on his knees tmtisl Europe at laad per lb in are bought at gold prices While his r man Brassficld Bat town and entered the tavern tired hun12 30 toiler house and shed 2 single brick Panola Â¬ 45 Biases elossjrear w Ortsasa salary is higher yet the bookkeepers here lion tamer livingunder gry and penniless Not being troubled 3 00 sheds 2 double brick sheds plank cover Irvine Baltjs Bils OO if the light and his ha necessities are so much the greater arias with the inconvenient refinement which 141 on 3 kilns OTllOO 8 office desk chairs and some BUM beveled of the tireeze praying The comes from a long line of gentle an 1M2 w Argue as they will there can lie but TiluOO LSBI74 old brass 64 iilO No 4 No 8 No 10 1H43 8117 an fact is that a man can see further on one result from a silver basis in the 2378873 4 ad alass-Also all he right title and interest of WEST BOUND la Su E Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua ca the man had developed the 101409 MaVeat c4 mioi standing on tiptoe Je- quality known as cheek so he and the is4i United States which ehoald le made W F Ramsey defendant to take clay oH UMjaa 1101 00 rv r m rusalem was about Ufl statute miles dog sat down to eat a supper for which Hsi clear to all who are dependent for their of the McClelland land adjoining the Irvine k vc net tnt uihouo ss from Babylon and the vast Arabian they could not pay brick yard ol G D Wilraa arnniriH K Panola living upon their labor It is that wages 47 177SC ls MMes 7a iilj Id lease to G D Wilgus dated September f this interruption SH XXI its sands between 41788 5 4 30 would not be perceptibly increased and The nxjin wasfull of loungers andthe ML 685 ooo 5 00 6 Vet them illh iSy2 which said contract was trans- Mobcrly through Union that that the purchasing power of those oen stranger took a conspicuous seat KM 2in8 SJ raw 4oooo 9i ferred to said Ramsey b 1 II Shmn Richmond window Daniel saw Jerusalem saw all 6 05 wages would be diminished almost half laaar Dai and 5 30 What will you have 5 00 asked the only 1880 1X95 Million 6 20 shire Executor of G I Wilgus deceased t saw iieyond saw 5 30 time saw waiter the place employed and the 1KHB Rents have been steadily advancing 8 3 16 V 6n75etl MZM 34 Being the same property mentioned in Valley View 5 57 eternity saw earth and saw Heaven order embraced nearly everything on 1SS7 ii 505087 NicholvlIe 6 s 935OU0 here and they would lie put up in any b 5 mortgage of Ramsey to Shropshire Exe- Â¬ Versailles Would you like to see the wav through 7 45 OI0 ML 7Ufiso at Daniels T fare the bill country which depreciates its money cutor in Mortgage Eook 34 page 0 Ui - of UH0M vour sins to pardon through your opea toward Jerusalem Mi A M Hut I want something for mv dog Whenever the United States goH upon a A M Fayette County Court W0 7 lfirilFR 7iil I t 1381000 Jernsa- - troubles to comfort through temptatoo he added silver basis the earning power of her 1SI4TOU0 Ask him what he will 7 11 161110 Amtjm Sale will be on credits of three months e land and all the tion to rescue through dire sickness to have fi1 DOBSSTB is 2 225iiU00 the purchaser being required to execute etween Louisville and V The waiter muttered somelaborers artisans and clerks will be cat iM fi lMiVn mine 1uaas t lWtmXI ilH lfl almost could immortal health through night today wtn si innaii anil sirs bond with approved security thereon daily ille thing about Whatcher giving us so 1884 AMLM in two while the clothes they 1832000 at 8 3 18 1MLtn He rime through things terrestria to things the stranger said bearing inteiest at 6 per cent per annum All train connect with wear the booses they live m the food What don t vou MP nikrn l IIW4V IIS 4 7 2484000 49MB ft ial vou will not see them till you like trom dav of sale until paid said bonds to vile antl with th r V i a r to Well Bruno will you have The figures for 1895 are to July 1 they eat will be increased almost douP to and fr im llaniels posture No cap of bone beef or fish nnati h he have the force and eflvct of a judgment This record of crops and prices proves ble Seeing the condition of the toiler e hour joints of the fingers no cap of Yet when he and to remain a lien upon the property hours r 12 hours m Lexington and Beef every time said Bruno look that instead if liemg cansed by an in and the peasant here in a country upon sold until paid return t emotiooa bone to the joints of the elbow but ing with mild brown eyes at the waiter J R MORTON crease or decrease in the nse of silver a silver basis it can be but the one or r her information aprlv to par- af bone to the knees made so be M C F neart any ticket agent or sssVIn 11 And what do you drink money the price of cotton dejiends in prayer of an American visiting Mexico falconer the iod of the bodv was a open toward his Falconer Attorneys C M RRHWMNT Water thank you said Bruno every case on the relation between supthat his own country may Ik- spared the 12 of the soul and especta provision for re many of By this time the landlord w M AUAMS Superintendent Â¬ ply and Larger crops folly of that with- - tnose who want to prav and nhvsio- - one in the place were eager and every Â¬ sulted indemand prices and haveinre- parable doing what would lie an irre falling with sup when a wrong n sl structure joins with spiritual pressed i nine to wonder and gathered about to few years with an increased crop prices THE MOST AMAZING An American Democrat be sity in bidding us pray and prav hey have hear the dog talk adviiin ed it was the increased European and pray Bd profes The ventriloquist feigned indifference demand which meant that the crop was LEGISLATION In olden time the earl of WestmoreAND PRICES churchi not larger as compared with eonsump land said he had no need to pruv be by eating with avidity while the landvi mi yiit your lord was evidently considering some tion which regulated the price The Lmv- - of Trade More Powerful Than the na I he bad enough pious tenants on and yon may be Law of Nation ay for him but all the thing His cogitation resulted in his record fnrther proves that in the year thor Americanised hut The Iowa Democrats on Aug 7 de 1845 when the silventes claim that silprayers of the unurch universal amount offering the stranger three hundred the land f your birth BSi your warmest sympathies go out to nothing unless like Daniel we pray dollars for his wonderful talking dog ver was the unit of valne the price of clared against free coinage of silver at KVKK OPFEUED TIIK The ventriloquist appeared to hesitate cotton in the United rd it Your windows are open fi r ourselves Oh men and women States was lowr 11 to by an overwhelming majority a moment then said abruptly The following is a short quotation from Yes I father and bounded on one side by Shadraehs you may have him for three hundred than at any time in the history of the the speech of Hon Nathaniel French ried there It may have red hot furnace and the other side by country In view of these facts we re- Â¬ chairman of the convention humble home in a hich you devouring lions learn tne secret of dollars should hear no more of the price of cothen the money was paid and the BEflTTYVILLE AND SOUTHERN KY COALS At what ratio shall we coin the were horn hut vonr memory often courage and deliverance by looking at ton as a reason for debasing our currency metals so that a dollar of one will equal plays around it and you hope some that Babylonish window open toward ventriloquist was about to leave he by putting it on the silver standard turned to the dog patted a dollar of the other in iutrmsic and t tiie southwest the hill the tree oh yon say that atelv and said Oood byhimaffection re- Â¬ Bawdrs Rniss wholesale bssssfcl old fellow exchangeable value When ere want to the House the place is the direction of the Arabian desert Senator Turpi a Blind I eailcr youve Ix en a good friend to me at their assignees sale r from which you tt ut on the other side of the Senator Turpie of Indiana tries to know how much things are worth we OPPOSITE THEl You are no of off ilh is 1ft to hrist is Jerusalem is turned the dog friend me mine re- Â¬ break the force of what is known as go to the markets and find out We to sell to another your dont hunt up a congressman to ak the Heaven the hammer test of money master As you only knows now sm the Brussels lace is superior to all serve me such a were mean enough to the fact that a gold com beatenthat is value of eggs or spring chickens or gram hare oat of or anything else trick Ill have revenge fainiiiaotner lace so beautiful so multiform or if congress has deshape retains its value while a Ill Lowefct prices guaranteed on application your W11KTH OF iw jn awful so expensive four hundred francs a as I never speak another word as long com treated in the same way losessilver clared what their valne shall be We live half know d like to have pound risk and will compete with any coal in the All the world seeks it Do that the mere declaration of conThe ventriloquist then made off with its valne by claiming that on account gress oni wrinkled you know how it is made The spin- Â¬ or even a constitutional amendmarket of the one tenth alloy a 10 goldpiece RICHMONDSTEAM U face that bent over vou as yoi ning is done in a dark room the only all possible haste would ouy be worth 9 if it were put ment could not fix the price of a single lay on the gentle light admitted through a small atert lap 0 or under the hammer Senator Tumieoncht egg In like manner if we want to know tapped the Climai may hare nre and that light falling direct lv on VU how lfiany ounces of silver au ounce of CENTRA L UNIVERSITY An exchange tells that a good story to know better than to delude his folon of the sea rsen in the pattern And the finest specimens gold is worth we mnst go to the bul was heard the other day of a father lowers with such misleading nonsense fortune and like Daniel have become of Christian character I have ever seen lion markets instead of the revised PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES preat and may have come into pros or ever exjiect to see are those to be and mother who were trying to find The weight of the pure gold in a 10 statutes Thomas Jefferson conld not names for their twin babies who coin is the same as in an ineot worth perr vou never could have found in lives all of wnose windows have won undying fame as a statesman by the way were girls 10 The alloy has nothing to do with It was decided WWWv had stayed there and have been darkened by bereavement and leader of the common people if he The next session will open that the father must name them After the value of our gold coins as you may have many windows to your and misfortune save one but under Work done jiromptly and had not been endowed with an abung about and finding no names manufacturer who melts down douhouse bay that one window of prayer the interand dance of To be hoW at almost nothing as well as any other Laundry windows and windows of conserva The largest WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1895 lacing of Divine workmanship went on that exactly suited him he determined ble eagles tor use in his business can years ago common sense and over 100 to end the strain on his mind and tell the Indiana statesman It is the when congress sought his adtory and windows on all sides but until it was fit to deck a throne a ce in the Country and most complete line al The Preparatory Department a ill l named them Kate and Duplicate In 23 2 10 grains of gold which constitute vice as to the ratio to adopt for the you one window open embroidery which angels ad the course of time another pair of twins the value of the standard dollars of coinage of gold and silver he said CLOTHING BBOsB AMD HATs taught by toward Jerusalem and God approved came and they were boys This was 25 8 10 grains and that weight of gold Disregard legal proportions altogether a the foreign steamer comes to But it is another Jerusalem toward the husbands opportunity Ker shown in Richmond at prices far FROK ORX 1WXTHN M A to get even s worth just as much when the coin Inquire into the market price He the w harf von see the lonir line of sail Â¬ which we now need to open our win and he wanted his wife to christen the containing it is melted or knew telow all coinietitors ors dered mail hairs com- - dows The exiled evangelist of Ephe PRICES NO HIGHER Prn hammered conld that opinions should not and boys Imagine his feelings when the out of shape Thousands of 10 not own the plank carrying as many sus saw it one day as Dont buy any apodal until you learn IROK i H CHAXDLKR Jr B I and 620 He knew be controlled by legislation the surf of the mot heroin- day told him she had named that the basic law s of trade letters as pieces are melted every year for use in to be Icarian sea foamed and splashed over our prises them Pete and were more ixwerfnl than the laws of enough for a real sVndsj oondence the bowlders at his feet and his vision third pair eaase Repeal Bat when the- the aits Does Senator Turpie suppose t b appoint Kr the father grew fright- that business men are foolish WE KEEP THE BEST nations and th it the multiplication and this again and again dur-- reminded me of a wedding dav when full lntoriiiation and fsjiiiau apply to enough to Stand by Home FVoploind Max and Climax pay 10 for 9 table could not be altered by statute Mnltitudes of them are the bride by worth of gold merely beTo so coin gold and silver that both they will stand by you tetters from home and at all tne post ing garlands sister and maid was hav cause it happens to be in the form of a nd sell m reasonable prices You L H BLANTON twisted for her hair and Her Only Chance fldaees of the land people will go to the shall circulate together by reason of coin On the corner of two Boston streets a ing for her neck just before can always obtain value received w and anxiously ask for them parity of value we must follow JefferfhanW ir she puts her betrothed young Cheap Money Dear Horse reds of thousandsof persons find- hand of her affianced hand into the veyors man was peering through a sur sons advice and inquire the price of A for your money I John with us saw leveling instrument and making Your ing- tnat window cf foreign mails the C8T IN QUAMTITY A good illustration of the sound gold and silver in the markets of McKEE8 CORNER BEST IN OUALIT the Holy ity New the orders delivered any place within OUT OF TOWN WORK open window toward Jerusalem Mes Â¬ down from God out Jerusalem coming signals to his partner who stood in money principle that the quality of world If we find one ounce of gold will 13 25 of Heaven prepared front of theschoolhousealxive A little sages tuat say VYbeoaro yoe coning eh a bride money is far more important than the buy 82 ounces of silver that is the the corporation adorned for her husband girl ratio home to see usUrother has gone Toward that bridal Jerusalem are our Inter coming from out the schoolhouse quantity is found in a story of Colonel to adopt To put in the silver dollar than her mates caught sight of JMitiie That Makrs a Naa asjssss dead father window opened Yuiere of General Beauregards more than 32 grains of silver for each the instrument smoothed oat her dress and mother are getting very feeble sUff Riding up to a group of cavalry gram of gold in tne god dollar would rranann uo lenn Mav 16 892 We would do well to think more of and posed m f nt of it A big policeone Any toward the close of the war he at once drive our silver money from cire living a great s1 T get Heaven Jt is not a mere annex of man came along 1 am lorty five yesrs old Move on little one Livery Stable sad h Would yoo advise us to come earth WHITES CREAM id with culation and to pet in less would banHello Yilhre II I cant H is not a desolate outpost said he simpered the child spent eight vear in bud health I j or will yen cook to ue Ail As Jerusalem was the capital of Jodea Thats u mighty fine horse youve got ish our gold The loss of either would am I on t jroe se Im getting my picture poor man and have to hutle or pe to meet yon if and Kabylon the capital of the Baby Ill give voi f 10000 for him a living Not be a misfortune and to retain both wo I wish t Bv the uie ol Black Draught n new brick lis world then in a better lunch yon wont must adopt the mercantile ratio putting lirer sia by and Washington is replied the colonel I am now m and near Motel FOR 20 YEARS C T WELLS Manager Ive just paid 1000 to have him cur in our coins no moro and no less than is vrlvtirton Richmond our own republic the Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder anir to nugtie in my market garden Has led ail worm amAH y and Pot BEt i s s in all the cab ried needed to make one of equal value to given Jaruar I the i hi as 1 mule moui EVERY BOTTLE 6UARANTEED It ia the greata Worlds Fair Highest nwini aa Main St Richmond Kv the other 10 medicine on earth and does m AN j S Al from the time I two I suffered d fully tmm rsjHlas which kept IMC worse until my hands were almost Bosses The bones softened ui they would liend and several my flncers are now crooked fr this cause in my hand 1 carry larpe scars w inch but for rv MM years old the flowering- western prairies and on universe The King lives there and the slopes of the Iacific and amid the the royal family of the redeemed have Sierras and on the banks of the la their palaces there and there is a con THE PRICE OF COTTON SILVER IN MEXICO Â¬ - M Â¬ I r B ERGURliU POISON DHMYER5 Public Renting KENTUCKY CENTRAL RT- Â¬ Â¬ RHEUMATISM The Kentucky Planing Mills MORAN BLUE FARM t AYERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 east w ar Â¬ Â¬ 657 I Â¬ -- wliliiHiliiTITTiTilllllllB llllllllllliilill I I AYERS opeu wnroowa Sarsaparilla Â¬ ii LIGHTNING HOT DROPS - mm Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ rrr tttmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s- Â¬ Â¬ 1 PRIZES GIVEN AWAY 4000 IT rasas rrv -- 1 Â¬ Commissioners Sale i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ir Â¬ by them To the person securing the second largest list will be given an order on the same firm for worth of goods To the person securing the third gest list will be given an order on the same firm for 85 in goods To the person securing the fourth largest list will be given three years -- before January 1st 189b To the person securing the largest number of casli subscribers will be en an order on Covington Mitchell for 820 worth of an merchandise kept number of prizes to those who secure cash subscribers Has decided to give ijs I M M M 1 8 1 1 1 Â¬ - 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ tn Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ 6- subscription to the Climax To the person securing the fifth gest list will be given a years subscription to the Climax The regular price of the Climax is 8150 a year but to cash in advance subscribers it is put at 8125 Subscriptions may be sent in at any time from this till January 1st Agents can send any number of names from one up and due credit will be given 5 1 1 1 1 4- v the agent I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ one subscriber All persons are authorized to act as agents but the Climax will not be sponsible for the failure if any should occur on the part of any agent to mit subscriptions ticular territory Every subscription must be for one year or more but if for more than one year each year will be considered as Agents are not conhned to any it- Cc COAL BARGAINS J L -- InU I k SHOPPINGPUBLIC Dealers In Office on Irvine street - Â¬ 8000 New Opera House LHUNDRY TRY US Fresh Fish m mi and ry Fresh Meats Dress Goods Â¬ sKv-lig-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vegetables - reted Â¬ Â¬ I flew York Store Â¬ - - iSOLICITEDl I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JM pIJkikICo m WORMS vermifuge BI DKlUblaTa asrsisssai bkdkisb ca st ukis Â¬ t- U recommended to d L A Hi dson