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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f le I f IX G Col m ml RICHMOND K N Wj 1I S VOLUME MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 181895 harassed with doubts born rf di uust or tbe difficulties th own around him by a itgotusjsi and restricted construction of laws pnnsed in the effort to relieve his necessities Comr lie Semple of Pennsylvania declared The that the report did not go far enough encampment should dniind the restoration of every veteran dropped from the rolls with The payment to Ii ni of every dol lar of which he hail been unlawfully deprived Tin senti Â¬ ment was cheered hut the report was unani mously adopted There was a spirited debate over a resolution submitted bv the department of the Potomac praying vr nhnaa law hupontnsj a penalty for rietatioa of tbe veterans pension law The committee report Eust the resolution but Gen Adams of Ms sear h usetts Corpora and Tanner of New Turk nnd Tonunind of hio madforcible speeches in Its 0 half The nusmnrtiou contended th it it was proposed to ask for such legislation hs had already been itloU ami Therefore null brand d as A ballot was demanded and the and void committee was defeated the reselotk n being adopted by a hVgl nmjnrfty A batch of reso Â¬ lutions Went through with little discussion di crimina One net hired against ei tions apaiti t veterans on account of age an- Â¬ other favored an Increase Of The present pen- Â¬ sions allowed To the widows of ex seldtera and sailors to the uniform hffurs of twelve dollars Sec Â¬ still another condemned the riofaftl on tion I7vi Be vised Statutes by the removal ef vi fcerana In 1 01 crunneul emp The pvensjsml to establish a military park at Vicksnurg toaa approved and also a resolution stripes ahould neclariasr tual ttst float from every school house The encamp Â¬ ment voted in favor of a celebration of the or ition of the Grand Army post A resolu Â¬ tion demanding an amendment to The inter- Â¬ state commerce bvwa prohibiting railroads In the matter of from making discrimination rates against llll IS In fntnn encampments and s nether essfersiag a project for the lishmeul f a national university of patrii were reported apon adversely hj the commit- Â¬ tee and its action wa- - sustained The matter of admitting inio the g a members of the Order of sons of Veterans was reported favorably bv the com This subject ha- - repeatedly come np before encampments and at thte one as nl tl ers it met ith much o sion of the resolutina shoe ed so much opi ooi tiod to it that in order not to kill it entirely d in having it referred its supportto the committee on rule- - and regulations to upon nl the next national encamp Â¬ la reported ment at St Paul Alter this action had been taken an effort was made to reconsider the vol- with a view to defeating the mea ure finally and for all m tailed This completed the work en sue rejort of the commit tet on reaolutio The report of th1 committee on rules and regulation- - was then taker up i contained recommendationj for but few changes in the existing lavs of the ntth r The most import- Â¬ ant chantre ad- ised by the committee ami adopted by the encampment was with refer Â¬ ence to the right- - of past commanders Here- Â¬ tofore they have not be n eni it led tea vote in the encampment It was decided so make them permanent members of the eneampnaent and - This perpetnntei Um house ol lords1 The ofneers for th ensuing year wa completed by the st lection of J B Whiting of Wisconsin as surgeon general and T C Cliff of Ftah chaplain I hi announced th ir member for the co iloi adminlstra tion the commander-in-chi- ef Walker of were installed nitl and at t v the encampment ad or or No I Fri Gen Walker Is day aught am hat he hereby assumed and and that headquarters are estab Â¬ lished at Indianapolis Kv Bept 14 The national en Â¬ campment resumed us -- ere session at I K a m with the intention of rushing business to arty adjournment The ofucers ef the Women- - Relief Corps after consultation with counsel decided to reaped the injunction by Judge Kdmond- - n seat Mrs Adele Clark of Caatuu but to oppeea the mnkfng of the injunction The regular order of t ptif mnistnl tterefote commenced Frid sy morning in seeret sesatou Mr t lark being present Mrs Elizabeth Turner of Beaton wa selected as national president by acclamation PROFESSIONAL COLUMN rTTALSTJSGEST Ii Us pLorR m NUMBER Sept U 15 A Ivan ENCAMPMENT JV HARRIS MDDD Kfni u K Walker of Indiana Elected ComrnanderMn Chief on tenitftottft Mow for it Mtlil trv Iark at Vicln Ijtirg Approi sol of rtf ritis M ill Not lieAdmit txl 1 lag 1 he Over School houses lUUif Corps iiiau - v Hie Kcportu thf tommitte TS v LnVaWrilXB uioMiinj Ky It Y IT KNOWLEDGE itional IV i - K - rt and improvement and in personal enjoy Milt when The many who live bet - n l enjoy life more with vlitarp y more promptly adapting the world V beat prmhicts to of physical bring will attest i tli of the jmre liquid to Brl- ccod laxative It- principle embraced in the Em - K - SMITH Ki PHYSICIANS J KIY form most acceptable and pteas- tbe refreshing and truly properties of a perfect lax- etually cleansing tbe system iiug colds headaches and and iieriiianently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and with the approval of the medical profession because it arts on the Kid- i Bowels without weak- ii is perfectly free from substance every all drag- rap of Flj in c and a but it is man ured by the California Fig Byrap is printed on every Syrup of Fig- pack informed you will not B ei ruj of Figs Heine - due ta its presenting iind th MVtt MBfftlai tbMiiMlVst of loiuls of tin d time i ho lot n in a fow for HreMafl their qiiiincrs luur s PCS Thirisan ts f lin al ople ho ViTf ezperttat relative- and friends waited patiratrj lor hour after hour and scanned the bull tin board- - orl bo read the word late in Ml letter before every train schedule the delay reactac from three to kee hours The railroad people amy that Ihey an dotal the v ean w the eleventh hour rush hiu thrown all ealcuLtion s u rnnp and thev arc irtng tin inruynine trafllc by the mile In Meed of by trams or Returns Hut Imtvillc Is pr- pared for all that may come and the more the hk rratr to owrflowiiip Tm sdaV to u uwy earn ni k lit r MMpttafcte ctUaetw win apprpclate in full Uio contract that they MU in in b uojm in blue tc cross tin uniitiary lliuhunuac one MgalM on soutbern suil All nil lit Knir iMiuteU train- from la Srpr 11 Louisville but tke cry m lab and had sin iil p Som Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U Govt Report THE MARKETS IM ISNATI Mad1501 FOREIGN fncjr family No winter patent i0i jaioW II Sprlnz patent 1HV spring spring family VH extra fiCUii 40 low grade W MopUneital and Granite Work5 Manufacturer of aad Dealer ia ti 4S270 ni40 fancy aJvlMs ABSOLUTELY PURE MesiOO and Teri No 2 rej to arrive 6U4c Sales choice track Wc foaa Hal No 2 mixed track 32i4c do high color W ic No 2 mixed track 2HtCi do light color do choice No 2 white Wiikat and AMERICAN MARBLE and GRANITE Una Mutuary ate Mciiiuintiits Tonfaa Tabaeta Hawkaoawa Olf track -- Tat rLr Fair to good shippers- - U W8S 00 43 choice butchers I 0 medium nutchcrs iSl alt4M MMM f Caivks Fair io good ltht no common and large 13 SO Mc ic BS FIN6 3 Work 13 iAZORK 7X SPECIALTY 0rK TAADE SOUCITEB- Write fur unlnt M aii siiitat ion ii loiin to the Seventh divi- Â¬ sion The newly fumed DepnitsaesM of the Uttlf led the listens men bad for con p nr the delegations troni Missis- Â¬ sippi Florida and Texas on the south and Or Ugon and Ulaho f orn the far Uwal Thl Ala banoa delegation wis in the Ninth division i coutnan and with comrades from Anzo ns O iuhoma North Dakota Insnosni and The Tenth and last prand division Was cow-no-of the depart tic nt and km a pants of eky Uough estimates place the num ber of men in line at ss At the court how- was reviewed by th- fSUMISta 1 III hli f cltf officials and I 000 ss 1 maul inees acossnpaaied each ice water was provubd at each and all nOAaibte street - were taken for the relief of paraders who tionbe overronac by the heat or compelled niiht by fatlruc so fa out f line There was how- Â¬ ever tmt little call on the medical departsneut anil w acre and the divisions rem Ined intact from -- tart to Hnish The column moved slow c nud occupied near four hours in p inu he re lewis r M md Cui Ivm N vVal dlaaapolla seesas to be in the lead for comnsnadee with Twad- t and o n C H pa e men For senior vice commander Gen K H Hob- pt Michael Minton of Louisville are running ne will probably po Ilk man The openlas of tie- encampment proper was Ight by a camp tire at itili which was Riled wit b a brilliant Mayor Tnj lor presi led Henrj joke words of welcome for the - committee and es Lieui Uov Jacobs for sue Kentucky dprtnent of the Qmnd At my Brief impromptu responses were made by Co Tiinamler-in- -t h ef Lawler Oca Lew Wai each 257 00 stfat ion ddring tlie year including the bal- Iiailcl in September Ifatl were 347 and the dishJrae mints HI fan Of the balance On hand of H 333 a sum of luysj js credited to the Gfaal monument fund gBSI to the Sher man monument fund and toff to the tl ip fund There ate no accounts unpntd while the or i Â¬ Â¬ delivered to any part ot the State ilein ami i 4 rough 400 Batcbera Ilis good light 40 4 H 4034 Jii 4 45 55 common M25 and 2S3 GEORGE O DOZIER u Corner Francis anil rvine Proprietor thr BRIDGEFORDS IN M F tSTER Kkn ECONOMIST SEE THEM EXAMINE RAGE KM efc COL IVAH W WALKEB an- - The leadi Til PlRC HASH THEM S wis ihe and parad of tbc ex aaJSors ami tntereal attached to the event from tbat tars will be m ni it sraad army en- B km fa-- M It Kt- 4 JrfM of future convcntkMU in the ority of the and a route of Tin- - of road- - iastic V Hammond and MichiKan e of The r nrst ui ion Ylni This was cou- aa infantry of legion the ap-the next in the line were 7 of the uniformed Knighti of 1vth- this city ad New Albany JetTeraoo- The juvenile corps and two eeaipaaiea of the uni- m h le a di- sni- - of Veterans who were to their national eni arntrnent at m escort to the Naval rat-- i si iii K en route Knox KER 65 Tin MR V sold m RICHMOND fair imml rs and in bets wills broad shoulder collars and Hat naval cap itiL- a pictureoQoe appearaaee In thmain they marched with military tread al- th sith many who paevidenef of found it difficult at times to keep m their latter turned out la the iower hall sue vtattlug officials and naesabers of the ladies of tun G a i urn hnanpsetted by M rs C E Hirst of this city and Hon W O Brad y the republic in candi Â¬ date fosgovenaor Gen Wm vTarssar of Kan ssa ttyCoeuaral Tanner and tv V Dudley of Washington and S 0 Cook uf Coluashua re p ts The ladh - of she G A R were deluged with tins Wednesday concerning a report sent from this city Tuesday that a nicrpinp of that org tall ttloa with the Womens Rcllel which its founders origins Indtg- his del eiopuitnt the report was purely prat nitons nnd thai under no circumstances woul it on be rousldei LotnfcvitXK Kj Rapt i - The delegates to the national eneampaeui G a K met in Music hall al HJa m Thursday Henry VTattersou whose oration at Titt- burgh last rear hroueht ihe eaeamnuaonl to icorted to the fuat Hghtanad addressed the grand encampment In a full of patnoti m and That promissory not drawn bytueeftyef ed bj me and discounted by you in the ritj of Pittsburgh a year ago has that een ohllter- hlstoi here t might be mentioned that I apÂ¬ ated you as sat pear before atatlvn ad of those alike of those who won who wore tli ectional eosa iich whatever else it did or did not left no soldiership no pt John A L ition has fir 000 inve ted in bonds srweial report on military instruction in ChOOtn was pre tnted byiol George W Win pate of New York special It is said that althouph some labor unions had resolutions against the plan on the ground thai it would create an army that would threaten the liberty of the ssussma and nan newsp-pe-rhad opposed it as naneoesanry yet the greater majority of the p pie and ptuss of the country were in favor of the idea The display of fireworks on the Ohio river Thursday night was one of the Hnest ever seen in the c natry Two hundred thousand spec the Kentucky and Indiana banks Thnrsday night Col Ivan Walker of Indi- Â¬ ana sras elected commander-in-Chie- f tien B snw H Ilob on -- enlor ice commander C K grove of Was inpton junior vice commander st Haul vinn was selected for the meetinp place of the encampment in II Ky Sept 13 One hundred Hoii viii and bun thousand members of the Womans Relief Corps Auxiliary of the Grand Army were represented by nolegt thir- t nth aataonal convention of tl e organisation in Library who assembled Thursday morning hall The national president Mrs M R M Wal Â¬ lace of Chicago conduct tl the opening exer-ci-according to the secret ritual and at the Conclusion proceeded to deliver Th- annual a he congratulated her bearers on the pruwth of the order durtnp the year fifty new local corps having been broupht into exist- Â¬ ence making a total of 2 910 local corps now afttliated with the national body Acontina sioa nf ifitereal m patriotic teaching and in was day the ohaervaaos of Memorial urged and the convention was asked new to adopt a burial service for members nf the order which the pres- Â¬ ident had prepared It was recommended that the juarterly per eautta tax for the nupnuwl of trie national W R C home be increased from four to live cents Referring without mention of name to the ladies of the G A EL and other B the speaker nrged that the effort be made to bring about a union of these bodies with the W R C A gan good to choice 12 00 common tc 00 200 4 fl good Iamlis Fxtra 140 common to fair f3 Wool Tnwuslil Fine merino per lb 4 8c quarter blood clothing 12I 3c medium de- Â¬ laine and clothing 13 14c coarse me Â¬ dium combing 12tJ13c Washed Fine me- Â¬ rino X to XX per lb 13411c medium Shiep and Lambs Sheep Extras P fair toch ltlJc Letter Writers In you knnw where to clothing 14 long combing ilV delaine tli 17418c New ictlfc 14 it Wheat iiv No i October Oats No 3 No 2 No r t red dull steady September lober 2c t dull steady September 37c dull nominal Toi edo O Sept 14 2 red cash and eptember York Sept 7c The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish c No 3 red cah coc niNer HN No 2 mixed cash 34c No 2 yellow No 2 white 3c S4c ei Wheat r No 3 do 40c Sejit 14 Hli on December wheat opened a Tails sold at Ssc last price 5sc Huts oened al M at fl a t price alls on May corn opened at sold at Sa last price 2tTc Puts opened at 2s c lust A pi e BfTWWAlO PeDt 14 Cattle Fresh cows and springers in food s pr head demand at Boca Vurktrs goiKi to choice 1460465 mediums and heavy pigs M 453 455it465 CM okts Ive No trading No 2 cash 43c aii STATIONERVisiting Cards and Wedding Invitations Engraved As Y- a 2c M M H BROWN Opposite Hotel ilyndon Rirlinxind Ky sheip ami iambs Prime lambs 50 mixed I35053 iil culls Cattie Boo SHEEP heavy lrime light M 40 Rece pts IlTisiitKiH IaSept 14 naat prices unchanged 4 SO f 75 4 50 sheep 502 00 culls and com- J250 325 extra 0 P Armer THE MAIN STREET JEWELER 1 grades and medium grade H60a4fi5 common to Kxports fl4int7l extra sheep 0 food ur 1I102M 250a2H spring lambs 12 00 2 45 veal calves IVbfit iihv Bai timi nr Sept 14 spot and September DO r so red T1 40c bid Mixed spot September U tcber 39cNo 2 red bc Uffls -- I sW Has disposed of all his old stock ofJew elrv ami li hand a nii e new Diamonds Wal ileaii asHiitiiiciit nvel- Clocks Jewelry and all ti Vriiii ties in tlie jewelry line tli than they can be bought in any market wiine bargs i ik yon ii fi lines All we EXPECTANT MOTHERS We Offer You a RKIliDV Which INSURES Safety of Life to Moth- Â¬ er and Child be rom that this is the at prices that vmi ran aiVirl to pav REPAIRING ami OF AL DONE ON SHORT NOTICE MOTHERS FRIEND Robs Confinement of its Pain Horror and Risk I warranted bought nr taken md ii silver new - My wife used JIOTHKItV HtllvNir be- Lrtta of her first child she did not CHAMPS r PAls wisijuicklv suffer from maittt tin r At CLHKO d to S l 1ns reviewed by ler Rear Admiral Allen FEAR ADMIRAL FRANCIS It AIIKN ed at tbe critical hour suffering but -- am naa no puns atterwird ami her recovery was rpni uttlf Lawler aad other - inv now s f amoiiiit of talking tucky the s that You can not chain And you dare not ban But ei ery rs to hate to love Will o And the d wh- ere In Ken I si PRVOR N iva ir KlMO SsjrajraTktav i a iimr n ae vet none of the streaath to warrant a predict oil n 10 who the fortunate Oo deal of talk thai ol Ivan N Bfalk- h napolU tod r There are learned m Dj she flap of Tim navaa if HBP m DIME ttt Gob CH ffcrJM I Nebraska Schute of Nee Orteaea has also I iacerity and ro Can BUCK EYE IARRISH KEY AT LA H OINTMENT I I lilll i The ha- rd is heard rf Syracuse S Y Beach N J Hiitnnore Ml sad Cin- n the but the creat ufjlrj - pr teticall POT ami HufTilo taiaiasj the K h f 4 MflTHInif RHTPIIPC uuiLu iiui iiiiiu uo i iiLU r rr rrrr A SUKt and ViLKIAIR tUKt for 15 years as the known BEST REMFDY for PILES SOI II 11V ir USBaiNaWNaasWNaWSWSBaWaWaa sHAuw ie AII ltl in ifNll lotto ST After the parade dbaadesl the animal coa- ofl the N ri of Naval it Alien of Hart- i commanding rear admiral ling re- Two hundred deleeatofl In Us annual aowress Hear Ad- fjawood aural AHen said that the association had had sa during the yoac rough into tsUteno a MarqueUe Mich Ho- - An IVAN TAYLOR BROS r in Dealers H7SR DW 7SR Tinware i IE r nr Kl to Mil KV eje -- hick kept cou tanlly on hand FARMERS Call on i ir Agricultural Im nenta ol all kin i 7 M BUILDERS V Kl- l K We keep ia stack everything in tin-- hardware line that ou need Vt toaki- specialties M ilKNAI s lT ir Ekvtvckt i of i7 TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING THE MOST AMAZING - HI iCKELPORD 17111 mm Rich- 42- - BARGAINS EVES OFFERED TIIK I SHOPPINGPUBLIG C POTTS AGENT riper br Braca wholesale stock bought charters This completed the advance column and the prand divisions followed in regular or- Â¬ at tlieir aastjraees sale der In the first were the departments and CuL Iortsmiuth Va and -- t LwaU He No - had local ai withdrawn ordlshuuoou OulaOOC of th naval veterans parade the only public event of the day as the presenta- Â¬ tion to ro minder ta Cuief Lawler by his staff and aides represent ins every state and rv of a maetiinoent diasaoud and the reception tendered the sanooOeial and his stall at the alt house by the national officer of the Womens Rei Ky Sept l Tue dav of the I by the 1 h under of were alive aith people artillery The streets DM Jests the at an earh line of march was at a premium Itbiostl wore over B9U008 people in The houses both bui iv and tastefully be- and decked with inters nod buntins and the air resounded with the clasfa of brass l ti the roll of thou- - lid- - of drums Th day was perfect though hot and the only thing to mar the fraud festivities wa- - the 011 of a cannon in the mormusj which run men into eternity Wwtten the parade moved It wa Over 3d 00 were in the parade Wednesday All along the line of march nteu of -- nuthern birth and sentiment vied with their brothers from the north id their demon- - rat ions of ag It was a piantic and sincere tribute to the sentiment that was at the heid of the isloa and which was worn on budsnsj in Â¬ Uh Ing sbh iuntry numerable i hshsg so the com plaints of I t era us at pre wana encampments that they were compelled OUT more BjtwUUd than tbeir SgO or phy skrsJ condition yaotlfied the line of march was The head of limited to two and a htilf miles mn formed at Shelby and Broadway close upon the spot where the catastrophe had occurred u few hours bnj Iir t raaae C apt J H Wolcr beanajr aloft a marnibeent silken apeolaaon of the stars and stripes Six feet behihd came Capt Harrinon holding htirh a banner mblematical of peace sod wtIL Chief Mar hal Henry S Cwhu and the members of the variou- - criens com followed on horsebackq Tneii came carriages containinp Gov Brown and staff Mayor Tyler the city officials of New Albany and Jeffersonville un i other special The crack Columbia post of Chicago HEt in line an Bjsnoai In omraander in kief Lawler and the council of administra tion who were mounted suj splendid black niisviiiF have sno to haul it down md M ate hone- - tlp- - with hearts behind them They are I svm lud of n itioualit as precious to us as to you What is left for you and me SO And whv not - very is easil about -on - uaad Tii union with its sy tem of statehood intact survives it with a Kind is therefore of exultation that 1 tlinp open the gates of this gate way t welcome hi taw 1 the voice of of the rplp- uh you you t bad we I you come l for times change and asen change with them You will iind here ly a sign of the battle not a rennnis- Grim-vi-ape- d of its pas ion war -- moothed your wrinkled front and now you mav whichever way turn on either side you shall encounter as yap pass moUeriug heaps which remind you of your valor and travail Mat The magnanimous spirit of dead heroes with Grant and Sherman and Thomas and McPherson and Lagan look Â¬ ing down from the happy stars as if repeat Inp Charity for all the words of the Master miMiee toward non ommandr-inhief Lawler made his annual address and eras loudly applauded After pay hag a compliment to the beautiful Falls City and her treatment of the assembled hosts he stated that he had traveled over Wnou miles the punt year and had attended 3 of the 4 de- Â¬ He had attended partment encampments meetings SI every state save two i e Arizona He and Florida demanded that the present laws passed by conpress be carried out and that a taat case be made to teat the constitutionality of the rulinp of the tn a case like this Si commission a man who applied for a pension two and three year- - ago will ruealvU a notice thai his claim Died then notified that his case is re Â¬ opened and allowed but only from the time of inp thus cheating a worthy man out of borne It to th re ligious hand from 1300 01 YORK LIFE S162000000 S20000000 Wriucn T Ik mM at 8000 WOIITH posts of r w anir t Saul Dress Goods Plus isconsin and Penn Saw marching Tpham ia with the post in the front rank of the Badger boy state In the second divinion the comrades from Ohio timed out in orce and behind them were tue delegations from New York state which the members of John A Dix pobt at tired Mtrntfiy for a ballrxm in black broad cloth suits and white helmets carried off ho s of the third division were honor- the Khode Inland contingent in white duck trousers and blue coutv and the Now 11am p- W Â¬ Â¬ Illinois He recommended that a committee be ap pointed to mpc congress to appropriate a sum eapenaoa of holding Memorial to defray the Dav eaoretnes al each nf the Southern ceme- Â¬ teries lie denounced the holdinp of races etc on that sacred day and said in regard to the womens orpanizations that they should join into one body He praised he Sons of Veterans and said that correct histories of our country should be put in the schools He saw no reason why with increased prosperity the 50o men now on the suspended list of the G A R for non payment of dues sue should not be rein stated and recom- Â¬ mended that the consolidation of picket posts b made uniform On my tirst oiitmuinp the speaker said i it to WasOiriton when I did not see the nt my heart was painl as I listened recital of the suflerin of our comrades and widows and orphans of our lete comrades by their dSmvsal from the depart - and their belef in the power of out great organization to again restore them to places from which they claim they were drop pnd without cause convinced me that we ought to have a special committee to look af tei and help them I do therefore recommend that my successor be empowered to appoint a rsmmnjlti e of three for this work concluded bg The eommander-m-chic- f thaiiUinp the officers of the orpanizatton ana his netwssml staff for their services during the md in touching language bade bis comrades pod speed to and to the point was the report of Adjt Gen C C Jones of Illinois Summar Â¬ ized it pave the following results Members in prod standmp June 30 1894 371 bhh pain by muster in 1467 pain by transfer fcjBwl pain by reinstatement 13471 gain from nutiniineui reports 9343 total gain 43040 ag- Â¬ Â¬ i The report of National Secretary Jennie M Rro s showed that througbo t the country tht various departnunts hud exp- nde Kh- Ltes for she relief of dis- and that 15DB had been napeodnd for the ol the W i C home at M ki is institution is now caring for forty three iiitn tea Ansont the resolutions tiled Thursday morn Â¬ ing for debate aad action wa- one from partment of Illinois declaring that all mm bersofthe PT R c Joining the Indies of the Grand Army ball by such action forfeit their membership in the former Ofgaaiaatksa The oapartnaeut al Kansas on the other hand sent olutiou urging the formation of a plan by which all of whatever title might unite in one auxiliary of the Grnd Army la cisviME Ky Sept 14 At 10 oclock Friday nipht when the bugle was sounded for the prand march of one of the most brilliant balls ever riven in the south the Grand Army encampment of IfM pensud lute hist rv Kiebt thousand of the leading rttlneus Of Loulaville nil visitors from abroad narticipnted in the lunction and the array of beautiful face- - anu - toilets combined to create ar scene Gen Lnwter and Mrs John A Logan and ex Go simm Buwhyaur nud Mrs Vgallace of Chicago gave reeentieu to the encampment i fhcials and Anleates while the were in progress The ex odus of festivities visitors was on in earne t and tens of thou Sam I vrhao f COS are turned toward- - t hatta ssmasj aad Chickamaugu will remain over un- Â¬ til Saturday and -- unday Ineverv respect the encampment has been an overwhelming sue When the delegates reassembled Friday several hundred fa led to respond to the roll call and the nbueuteen were roundly scored by Gen Lawler who objected to the drudgery of the work being left for a few Ihe report of the committee on pensions composed of one rrpre entalive from each state and tcrritory wna hsteued to with profound attention In part it wis as follows The G rand Army of the Republic in nation- Â¬ al encampment convened speaking not in its own behalf nor in any wise for its own inter- Â¬ ests but for its worthy needy and Buffering comrades who In the days of their youth gave to their distressed country all that they had and all that they held near in order that the union might he preserved Intact and that the sunlight of liberty might shine undimuied Lhrough the whole land they loved m all its part appealing to the whole people for jus Â¬ tice solemnly protests agMnst a policy which would deprive diminish or impair the liberal for the man who hud borne the battle and for his widow ami orphans m recognition of the sa- Â¬ cred trust impo cd upon them by the immortal Lincoln and the nnaftlllnh Bet vines no nere a grateful people has striven fora third of a century to measurably relieve th SUUerln of Ma distressed veterans and for tug trials they had endured mi Wise and liberal services they had rendered construction had prevailed in accordance with recognised legal nriaelpsea applicable to rent dial legilat ion so that the remedy sou lit to be provided should be furnished and the trust so imposed and recognized fully and faithfully carried out but as the pnnau have passed the smoke of battle blown away and the war itself become a memory and into history a generation has come on knew not Joseph and in some quarters the old soldier has come to be looked upon somewhat in the ghtofa burden instead of a great and patriotic privilege as he should still appear when viewed in his true ihir Deferring to this viewone wholly acter unworthy of a great and patriotic p constructions has been given to laws wise and just in themselves- - by snd under which res trie ions have been imposed upon those illy able to stand up under them and tbe just provisions Sutherland have been grudgingly dodged out as though laws passed In tbe inter Â¬ ests of the pensioner as a just recognition of the obligations of the country were criminal laws to be strictly construed and the beneficiaries thereof were public enemies or para- Â¬ sites seeking unjust admission to the treasury of the United States The representatives of the people m congress assembled recognizing the deep sentiment of gratitude which justv nervades the entire community when removed from the insolence of officers solemnly de- Â¬ clared bv appropriate legislation that a pension once granted upon accepted evia dence constituted eted right of which tbe poanenaer could net ha deprived process of law and we in except bv the due sist that this salutary and patriotic precision shall be earned out with the nttneal good faith to correspond with she high character No in she obllifalion recoguicd and owing nation that Is unmindful of its dui tes to its de fenders can expect that hearty ungrudging r which is the pride and glory of the American soldiers and we demand for our comrades that just treatment that the count ry gladly No niggardly cutting down me no of pcn ions under the guim partial and grudging allowances that cut here pare there will meet with the full and are or duty that the country owes to Its sur- heroes Nothing short of full mi dealt with an honest hand and a liberal will ever meet with the appro heart American people and for thin w appeal to the grateful patr the whole people and cart our aprcai wilt not be in vain i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iniajader-ln-C- h let Elect Walker b lected as adjutat general Gen Irvin Bobbins of Indianapolis who was bj command of the Indiana troops on the Illinois state line during tbe pullman rot Quartet man nt Beet of Rockfonl III will probably be reappointed In the national encampment a resolution for the nil let enforcement of the State- - statutes relative to the empkvment of ex oldiers in the departments was made the special order A number of strong speeches relative to the Inch of recognition given the veteran- - in this particular were made The debate was still in progrees ar reci In the chancery court Friday Judge Love Thursday re- Â¬ dissolved the iiij ituuion straining the eaaeerSOf the Womans Relief OOrpn from excluding Mrs lark of anton Ofrom its convention The court took the ground that no property rights were involved At Friday afternoon s nunaioa the following national officers were elected At the convention of the ladies of the G A R Mrs Catherine K Hirst of Louisville was d national president An overture from the department of Penn- rvaata to eatabHah a national system of sick nth benettts was defeated the conven- ion deciding th t each state department was at liberty to legislate ou the subject without national interference The following petit Ion to congress was adopt Â¬ ed and will be circulated for signatures throughout the country The loyal citizens of this republic actuated by a spirit of iove for the emblem of our na- Â¬ tionality and desire to extend and perpetu- Â¬ ate the principles of patriotism throughout our entire land most respectfully petition for the enactment of nunh laws as will forever prohibit the carrying or displaying of any flag within the limits of ths United States other thgn the Stars and Stripes and tnat the Saturday nearest June 14 Flag Day be a national holiday -- j j Sent by Mail vr Kxprcss on receipt of prirf yi pii Mr iximr book io xlotn- IWhI Free er MUWICLB U6VL4TM CeX Atlanta Ja SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Johnston KHiauia Ala We have Ilnhrella rovers al- reaiivniaile to sKpofl while yow wait ranging in price man onedoHnr dotkw ami a hall anil two iloilars that Will make your old frames into new um brellaa at less than a new owe will you We have a rnld tilksl apectacle of any style with a No one lens as imhI as is Mit in a solH gold frame that JOB will sell iit iav live iloilars vV O THE F P R0BISS0N CO Boston Mass 1 000000 People Wear WLDouglas Shoes HAND SEWED PROCESS BEST IN THE WORLD yoyat foi that we w it1 tifty seven vents -- warrant a BBBBm 500 v 400 350 150 For Men Wear W- mm 4 TJJW aireance t 300 Respectfully 250 200 1T5 for Boys - lYiillh eree ot utaer WI 81 OO shoe and ne from - I- - Doucla pair rMl faajrata and to 1aa U in leathf haa Increased the BMkl a iHYOttU TaKc noaubatiuta on sole W 1 4- Iuat hoe ut tlie nualuy ami p NEW GOODS e2 DPARMER DEAblMG - rvw loualn uhocktun U JA0K FEESMAN Richmond that aaao and price rninln I lie amanr is 5timiKd Miid oy Sy provisions made during the past thirty years THE BARBECUE of Gallon of Itargoo and ttagon Loads of Eatable ept 14 A week Louisville Ky of colossal festivity such as no previous Grand Army encampment has wit Â¬ nessed was brought to a fitting- close Friday with a barbecue of mammoth proportions All uig ht long ai army of employes were at work in Wilder park preparing the trenches and build- Â¬ ing the tires while under the big tent a hundred thousand pounds of meat twelve thousand gallons of burgoo ind tS 000 loaves of bread were stacked in readiness for the feast of Friday afternoon As early as 7 oclock thousands of strangers and city people were on their way to the park to witness the unique operations that were to precede the distribution of the viands and as the hours went on the streets leading to the woodland were a stream of hu- Â¬ manity The two hundred and fifty cooks and five hundred waiters reported for duty at daybreak to Qua Jaubert the famous burgoo mixer of To prepare the 1000 gal Â¬ the south lons of this extrou rdi nary concoction required 100 pounds of pepper 4000 pounds of beef law bushels of toma- Â¬ toes 75 dozen chickens 50 bushels on inos 4500 ears of corn and 15 bushels of salt Thirty thousand plates and as many water cups will enable thai number of people to be regaled at a Thousands Â¬ in Poor Health i means so much more than you imagine serious and Matal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures r greatest gift health Browns Iron Ti luiueis A A If you arefeeHnjrf out of sorts weak end generally ex- Â¬ hausted nervous aave no appetite and can t work I egia at oncetak relia 111K themo l e 5treTigthening n edicine which is Browns Iron Bit- Â¬ ters A few bot- tcs cure benefit comes from the cry hrst Jose f stain your teeth and pleasant to take its And Low Prices Oar buyer luis returned from tlie Kastern sBarkets after a prolonged staj in searefc oftke beat value- - for the least saoaer and feels satistied that never before has there In en such a well assort- Â¬ ed stock of goods brought to this market bought for cash and t U sold for the smallest profits ever known in the hi torv of the drv trade Spare will not MTinit as to enumerate Let aa saj that we have all the leading staples in Blankets Flannel- - Ho ierv Glores Corset- - Ac for ladie- s and children al o fitailh aw Xerk and Underwear Our leader- - for this will be our Gapes and Jackets for la- Â¬ dies and miss- - jn fur and cloth all styles and all colors and for money than ever before Our novelty Dress Suitings Velvets and Triatniiags demand your special attention The are new stylish handsome and cheap Table Linens Napkin- - and Towel- - in endless varieties To cash purchaser- - we will give a handsome clock SPECIAL as a premium when the purchases amount to azO or over Ext inline the clocks they arc durable ornamented and warranted to heap cor rect line ini--a-on 1 It Cures Dyspepsia Neuialg ia Kidney and Liver White 39- - Gibson Look sitting Troubles Bad Blood i THE NEW COMMANDER Something of the Great War Record of Constipation r Malaria LorisviiiE N NE OLD ani m4 nothing The complete lit AND LIQUORS EARS OLD and Medi and io gallon GLOmiMG i SHOES IIVIs ri first posts of the latter four rried a caire containing the deportmoal inscst an immense white eagle Wing stand was reached the Wh Id and the bird mountl in to the upper rail pave an unearthly of freedom and soared cream la celebration hind the Granite state con- 10 sue l came the depirtment of the Potomac with the famous Old Guard and its field band The delegations from Connecticut Massa- Maine California Vermont rth Carolina were also in this In the fourth division the Iowans were san Lt n nsn Michigan lOOO stronp and Indi Hew Wallace marched with his Indian Â¬ apolis post and Maryland and Nebraska com Â¬ pleted the division The Kansas posts 200C atruttg were la the fifth division Missouri ig and the veterans of Colo- Delaware and Oregon were in Jilmini at aiiiv IVnl our hiiv ai intil yon learn Se - a speciilty Lion Ccmpsvsy SILVER isi eaiers New York Store KY CtEEa MVKEES oj hut trTM contingents respectable the sixth division a somewhat appearance in point of num- - and Was4Tngton and mpuny ped to ke Alaska had by honorable discharge ffajfjt UP b transfer 5753 bv by dishonorable discharpe 140 by delinqu nt reports k6u total loss auJffM members re- Ing in pood standinp Wfjtti The Members remaining suspended 49 6 report shows that on June 30 1894 there re i suspended 4 V512 Keport for last term of 1894 shows suspended 16 dd Keport tor peudod 16C38 To- Â¬ tal nun The report to June 30 1895 sbowa that there were remaining suspended 4V COO General C V R Pond of Lansing Mich reported that 26310 schoolhousc were fl inj the American flag Any comrade sentenced by a post court martial to dishonorable discharge or degrada 1111 office shall have the right of appeal whose decision to the commander-in-chie- f shall be final unless reversed by the national encampment provided however that such ap pt must he taken within six months from the apon the ac- time of service of wrn f the dec cusmd she department com- by death 7368 Ssmnnau General O M Weeks of Marin made an Interesting report praising thcestab liahment of soldiers orphans t Walker native of Rush county Ind and is ML He was 21 when the- war broke out and resigned a good position to g o into the army He raised a company in the Seventy third Indiana volunteers and was with his command at Rich- Â¬ mond Perryville and Stone River In the latter engagement he was brevetteti He became a colonel for gallantry lieutenant colonel and later colonel He was captured and sent to Libby prison where he escaped in Febru- Â¬ ary 18rS4 through that historic tun- Â¬ nel He was recaptured but He rendered afterward discharged important services in the Army of the Cumberland and receive the personal thanks of Gen Thomas He joined the AR in 1867 add has been com- Â¬ mander of George h Thomas Post of - Uol Ivan the new cotnmauiJer is a Ivan N Walker Ky Sept 14 Nervous ailments Womens complaints W Cil t flfl Iv t H c ft 11 n j Viic rrncca rayi lines on tlie wrapper All others aiesub- km receipt of two 2c stamps we j stilute rwill srud set cl Beautiful Worlds Fair VUv and book free rw r RPOH CMFMifilw rr -- w mw Sm COME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look O M E B At lei Look Biiintc ttjKENTUCKY r1-1-------1- ftll lMlllMJ the following Specialties 25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Mills Cheap Cane Hills Cheap Evaporators Cheap WATT3 REMEDY CO RICHMOND KY A Positive Cure FOR G A I R Liquor Coca in Morp hin N S F R I Feed Cutters C heap Wheat Drills Cheap Corn Buskers Cheap Fodder Shredders Cheap Cook Stoves Cheap Steel Ranges Cheap Eveiy Jiing Cheap At SHACKELFORD Indianapolis iui that the receipts nerslJ of the council of admin- - W to the end for the benefit of tht that his declining days may net be and in I89L having declined a fifth term was elected department commander During his term as executive officer the membership of the depart- Â¬ ment was increased over 60000 Â¬ assistant adjutant gen eral of the Department of Indiana io He was made Â¬ Tobacco Habits CURES GUAR AN IK I or full particulars address T B O Hay Presses Cheap Oliver Plows Cheap O Y STEPHENSON Hantaan U GENTRYS Richmond Ky Ill IIWWWMW THE CLIMAX French tiptox 1 KllTToK r AKMKR - KilMiB Y PCBLISH Fll IVIh WIDMSOAT BY The Climax Printing PRICK PKK Co YEAH fl50 ANNOUNCEMENTS H UK LEY a a candidate for City Council- an subject to the action of the Dcai party 13 tde WtLLLS is a ci it Council man sut jH t M the action of the Icmooratu 12 tde 141 I i Brassfield attended the O A R Dan says it was a i in motion these daisy and that the unbounded hospi adopted schools You did not seek our friendly hands tality of Ixiuisville drew comment from The Chair having announced that the ir ask our kindly greeting has Miss Mary Campbell Messrs I iltnan IVK1 every body nominations were in order for the otlice Bat marched as from the Cun b northern hostile bauds Sanders and Kb Harvey were in Ixinis of the DcmocratiL 15 Hill vacatil John Chrisman says he saw a veteran iiitor Hon C ville last week during the O A B Fn For hostile southern meeting candidate for City JOHN A MKkMION is at Louisville so tall that when he Ha the chair and in a neat speech presented Cmmcilman from the Third Wird subject to the campmeiit Miss Campbell visited her ratac party III ioodloe of him speak it took some time for the the name of Hon Ino I brother while there - a caiulidate K CAUSE A f t Councilman Madison county The autumn frost of Sixty one voice to descend and be heard Seven Hon John D AtkinMe I curt h Ward tie actiou of One of our citizons says yon may de feet four inches was the giants height the IeniocratK party and the good will of the son of Stanton then presented the name Our forest leaves were tinting lend on a cold May for a hot fjeptambur While on our Beta a waning sun of James W Lilly which was seconded INIoN CITY And although tis said that all signs fail EM is a candidate for Poui In golden light was glinting A e Universit the action of iy abridge Perk of Kstill county in dry weather this one has certainly The protracted meeting by Klders irty ludlev of Madison seconded the Your ijuick response to prides appeal proved true this year This is the bot- - Gamboe and Martin at the Christian 11 K Il N Than ours was never louder nomination of John D Goodlee pteniber that your correspondent church closed Friday night with forty Ipon the i all of counties Madison We gave you welcome then with steel lias ever experienced and there seems to seven lidditiois It would have closed on 14 td tad Lea counties Meed for iiHKlloe And hissing lead and powder le uo abatement We look and long in Thursday night but nineteen joined Kstill and Iowell for Lilly The three IV vain for the promising clouds and coolLlder Martin was called to Wind STATK IlKMiH KATIC THRU at iiiiiiumI counties have three voles s ine grass grown mounds above our ing and refreshing rains NlXT Union continues to to preach a funeral each Madison has thirteen dead hold her own for large attendance at T WAT HAklIN of Ipon the announcement of the vote Ai vours are still around us For the Climax church and especially during protracted hv the Secretarv the Chair declared Jno That say as much as could be said KIKKsVlll K Kulion meetings RT TUI Inele Tomps Keen and D ioodloe the nominee which upon Of how that visit found us For 1 reaurer The sanctified meeting is still going on John I Hamilton continue to feed the was made unanimous motion R C KMtD f Clay That speak from out the long ago M iss Bertie Tudor is visiting relatives people whenever there is dinner on t e For Auditor Judge ioodloe tieiny called upon was To fell the painful story You would have to go a long ground L C N KM AN at Foxtown the convention by the Of how alone on death and woe introduced to way to lind two men who are so constant Services are being conducted by lev Chairman and in a very happy manner Is builded martial glory and liberal Two heretofore prominent Benjamin Helm of Stanford thanked the convention for the In nor figures in all protracted meetings at V HrNIlKICKof Hen eoaferred upon him and oultned his W Stockton of Waco is the Mrs 1iiion city are noticably absent W ll trof campaign Mr Lilly was called Your wounds and ours of that far day course guest of Mrs F Mountz H1NK1 Mi Sale who is ill Texas and Incli scars are still revealing to the stand and thankeil his friends lor Some Mr W P Irewitt is spending a week Jimmy G rati J two feeble to be preaunt Though pride and passion lose their Fli li ik Ik HOHPSOM oTOwea their eaaaert at Slate Lick recuperating Mis Sale is much missed and so are W sway iculture Iendiug the motion for adjournment Master Shirley Hudson of Laaeaater i Nt Watts recently deceased and his When comes the perfect healing lOll Hon C 1 Hill addreeeBd the eonven Master Robert a ife isioncr We mind how slow the years went by is isiting his cousin tion in a few well timeil remarks alter ikt DIB KELLER Walker The meeting was of course held at the Clay How long our fever lasted which the convention adjourned How all our kindly founts were dry Elliott Institute opened its doors Mon- Â¬ new church City Chronicle JOHN I ur hopes of union blasted The new school house is a nice one day Sept 1C Prof Waldroi expects to iHK V CHENAC1 and Miss Stivers assisted by Miss Broad have a flourishing school THKiKANH AKMY AT LOUIS VILLE VI Messrs I lave and Will Walker and dus has a good school SEIT I WEDNESDAY Bat Time the carer of all ills Inion City is growing- - gradually Miss llattie Doty of laaeaater and Miss The invasion of lixie hv the union The soother of all sorrow spreading There - however plenty of Bessie Turley of Richmond spent Sun liellHult Hakims survivors of the war of the rebellion was To day its cup of rigor tills room day with friends near this pi am invested with much depeer significance To make us whole to morrow A vote iir Judge John C Chenault is John Jones is postmaster and merMiss Minnie Dunn entertained a few And from our lips the wines that craze than any former reunion of the Grand chant for Mates rights ami low taritl of her friends last Saturday eve There Army veterans It only showed a marked To earth it boldly dashes Natfiaay Bonny continues in reasona Â¬ wore present Misses Bessie and Kliza get that i depletion in the ranks of the suriving That in our hearts may come to blaze bly good health bat being blind cannot beth lurley and their charming visitor The spaik that lay in aahea ration lay is rraaiag this way at a soldiers but a happy angary of tin eai f on his blacksmith shop so it stands Miss Myrtle Gray aad Miss Marguerite rate time coming when every vcetigc of sec idle and is nearly rotted down VII White of Richmond Miss llattie Doty tional embittcrmeiit will have been ob- While to the M is tloatinj fast Jim Bouny runs a fi eight wagon to Mayor of laaeaater Misses Yessie Hockaday Iva Richmond and brings great quantities of literated Our lifes disturbing bubble Lexington ly eleven votes in tin- Deaao-Allie Coy and Walker Kirksville The idea of holding the reunion at We drink nepenthe to our past goods Meawa Dare aad Will Walker laaeaaLouisville was in happy consonance with Sweet lethe to ourtrouble Business gj improving as indicated by ntiment of the times which seeks Why should we nurse the pang of years ter i B Turley Jr and John Turley many evidencs n It in hi made an ex W Adams Richmond slie Ballard J to dissipate every element nf discord he The pain that made us sever Noland Bros merchandise in the brick Lawaoa Hockaday T J Mason F C tween the north and south and to unity l r keep allow the fount of tears vote fin bin- store house W Ii Walker and A 15 Faris Tevis them industrially and politically As That makes us sad forever Oliver the village saddler occupies team tliat the Ixivs w ho carried the tlag to victory Miiier shop The Judge the old t trot any tv VIII HKOOKSTOW N ire responding one by one to the linal was a ship carpenter by Judge publicans may put up reville they can do a more lining service You stilled our ocean with your oil The protracted service liegan Monday trade from Mississippi long time in the at the tent as had been widely talked of employ of Kit Field to the country lor which tnev louiriit You brought the calm ukii her He kept batch two months till the election to our dead upon your soil than to help restore the amenities of w saml and Martin Brumback went to sold candies cakes and lemonade esin ike iii your minds now to vote the You gave the meed of boaorj friendship that were destroyed by sword Frankfort bust week to appear in a trial pecially on Sunday and did more or less straight Democratic ticket and gun This can he done in no better When under trees lieside vourown He once said he was getting Woodwork Mr Overt Brookshire of Springfield Ii nay than by maniac the Mason and Where birds oer each may warble in New York snow in lhiladcl W III is visiting his brother W shaky aliout the hand for he could not You gave our gallant dead a stone Iihia trust in HarrMirr and cholera Hixon line to the thrilling music of tile with his Brookshire hit once in the aame place A deathless mark in marble expected in -- an Francisco Bad drum aad offering the hand of lel Miss Mallie Biggs has returned troin hatchet owship to the vanijiiished Everybody here is glad to bear that J His her visits to Jessamine North Middle tlitv u ir niale a good City The veterans received a warm wel For this and from IX active sense that Cv Wells is a strong man in the race for town and Winchester ailniirahle County Judge and in Kentucky The blue irrass Which tells us we are brothers in Richmond This is bis would wake a model legislator Messrs Horace and John H Wells Councilman country gave valiant sons to both armies The southern heart drives passion hence old home and everybody says if he has with their respective wives of Illinois J Ioh lias ahy Bad me She no longer fears the invading 10 ts Its pride and anger smothers to do with the finances and made their uncle John F Thomas a anything lll guarded every trust that was that marched with Sherman to the sea You win us through our love of right business they will be kept straight visit last week short and bile she glorities the gallantry and l lur honors dUmoml settiiig -- I in him so try him again The cattle scales remain where they bravery of the bora who arore the gray When freely to our clearest sight The burning of the new school buildwere planted forty years ago -- he is willing to join John Chenarit in the ceehration ing here last Wednesday evening has You show your own forgetting The 1iMir house stands bard by and is ij of the victories that crowned the blae the centralization added mystery to the two fold heinous well kept by Cash Roberts The tirst X bill anl a high tarifl Fewer veterans attended the grand en crime The grand jury are doing their institution Inion City had was a church You come with olive branch to day pari to catch the scoundrel mi Im ever know a I ioodloe to fill campment at Louisville than ever at And kindly hands extended the second was a poor house tended a previous gathering of union Bro Martin came to his appointment imhlie trust confided ti Tom BrothertOO son of I ob the house To greet us at our homes and say survivors The ranks are lapidlv thinhere for this month after a short rest painter is the village blacksmith him the t notch ning The war at last is ended The step is falteiingand unsteady from his labors at luion He conducted Dr John W Harris ministers to the Many Mi n three the veterans who attended were To let the truth le fully shown a Saturday afternoon service also evenwants of the sick That we are full united eble to take part in the parade and lettnwented in the Legislature hv then- ing prayer meeting in which he gratified We have two public wells the old one W iiliam many a rugged lighter who stood with And prove the Inion lower blown Waller ami A T many by his biblical interpretation of and the new one That in the bud seemed blighted it arant lieiore Yicksburg found hiinsHi ry time it runs in sanctitication Sunday morning service A Broaddus has a nice corn mill unielled to surrender to disease the XL concluded his duty this time as his The low rates on account of the great common foe of aBL Gnat Logan Sher Xiw come you here as countrymen meeting was to begin Monday A K meeting at Louisville has ii C Ciikn m it Democratic man and Sheridan have been mustered In rout or martial order brought a number of former Madison TTT tentative is the rcp out but their matchless spirits hovered We give you welcome back again county citizens home oa a brief isit K1MSTOX reaentutive lor pure old handmade tire aboat the camp area at Louisville and Across the southern border copper sour mash 0 roe ad is lieing broke for wheat from the West Dudley i Berry Green emoeri v as found their intrepid valor will continue to tire The doors are opened wide for you 15 ed by Jefferson ami Jackson sowing ParkT F Moore O Brookshire II the soldier heart until the last remnant In all our southern ranches Some new corn has been gathered and and John H Wells and Thomas Jeffer Tin eoaimittee appointel to consider of the nations defenders is gathered And Gray shall mingle with the llue son Noble meal made of it 1 Chicago Times Herald eath the olive branches the prop livMe the Slate into home The light from burning Brookstown Tobacco is being gathered and pretwo ill report favorably which schoolhouse plainly seen from here XII LICK CITIZENS HAVING A BOUGH pared for market is another step toward losing Bishop Nor shot nor shell nor gleaming steel created considerable excitement among TIME Mr Arch Dotyslittlechild wasburiedat the people Dudlev to centra anl eastern Kentmkv Shall signalize this meeting at the protracted meeting as Richmond Sunday many of them were from the Brookstown Put every hand shall make you feel AH ZlMlhS A Winchester telegram says Mr las Farris is preparing to improve community and did not knew whoas The fervor of its greeting bis farm with a new plank fence Inited State- - Marshal Mitchell Calnn s And you shall lind our war fires dead house or bam it might be Dai less couiitv outside of OwenUro has arrived here from Knott county with With not a single ember George Washington Walton is exceedMr Jas Bien has had two of his sons in last w it ion went for three important prisoners Baa Martin And nothing done and nothing said with him for a weeks visit from Missouri ingly feeble money notwithstanding llarkhurn Thomas Combs and Simeon Combs To bid you still remember Henry T after an Win Risk who recently lost an arm absence of several vears Khea Ellis anl Woodson Were present charged with forgery Pen and Tom are Stanton in a thrasher is improving rapidly He Thiry six negroes were baptized in Dad iggerty what a fall Bach about 90 ream of age while Simeon is at S F Harbers Now if the chief free silver apostle in IaDY OFFICERS TO BUN BOOTHS the waters of Silver Creek Sunday and is only 17 It aiim ars that Martin was a great gathering was present to witness the Mate EBackbera an the chiet free AT THK Ni IVEMBEB ELECthe leader and that the trio have for Gov Bob Taylor of Tennessee says the ceremonies Her orator in the State Rhea and the aoaae time been sending TION out bogus As this world goes roun and roun The middle of the first fall month has chief fr e silver Congressman in tin checks The banks here have a number Some go up and some go down past and our farmers are looking for state Ellis and the chief free silver el of There will be two registration books at customers scattered over EaaVera Ken The various imitations of ilie original frost which may nipthecorn and tobacco itor in the st e Woodson can Botcerrv a tcky among those of the Winchester each precinct in October and two voting We hope it M A Tbedford Cos Liver Medicine county m the chiel Eree silver vet ion of will delay its visit until these bnotha in November The ladies want or Black Draught live for a time quarrel the State for free silver what can the bank lieing W o Iiavis a substantial to vote crops are gathered lor school trustees and Judge citizen of Hazard Perry countx among theasselvea and pass into oblivion tree silver fellows do The telephone wire has been completed About ten days ago a letter signed W Bollock will see to it that they vote For more than ball a century this reliable to this point from Berea and messages Light trustees are to be elected and it ODavis iate of Hazard and nailed at remedy has gone up and up and now KlWELL AMi ESTILL nil We will be Witch in Knox county was received at will be reiiiemliercd that some time ago were sent over it Friday stands the acknowledged superior of any U this bank inclosing two chinks Both the Womens Club nominated four ladies talking to your city this week We are vegetable liver medicine made right in it now and up with the times were drawn on the Winchester Iank for School Trustees and afterwards Baked Pittsburg Texas April 14 89a IU aten hut not vanquished disap one the Republicans aad Democrats each to Hello lorSnSLhi favor of S F Johns I have been using Thedfbrdl lllack xiiiite hut not disheartened We de The scarcity of the grasshopper is very Draught for twelve or fifteen years It and signed A I Asiier and the other nominate only four candidates and to sire to again thank our friends for their place the clubs four nominees on the not icable this year and no cause is as has saved me a good many dollars in docgenerous loyal support in our brief eon for 117 in favor of D A Colnl and W o Davis The bank was in two tickets Neither party has yet taken signed for their absence except the tur tors bills and my family a great deal of test foi the honor to which we deemed signed formal action on the request of the ladies key crop which is abundant and their sickness Y B Coitkr the IVmocrats of Iowell county entitled structed to pass the IBM check to the ive for the insect has probably caused credit of Davis and forward the cash or the Democrats saying they thought it imAnd although overwhelmed hv an out the destruction of a large number of the other cheek by registered letter to practicable We would like to look into the pleasant numlreriiiK their fealtv and Several leaders of the Deinocraticpartv these pests the drawer at Witch The checks were face of some one who has had any tion i an ample recom nse fort regularly drawn and duly indorsed but have said to Leader reporters that they Mr Pennington our enterprizing derangement of the digestive organs We rilii e of cherished Iv ank officials at once pronounced couldnt see how ladies could lie allowed blacksmith is preparing to build him a see the drawn faces of dyspeptics in every To the of low ll and hitill them forgeries and proceeded to set a to vote Thev didnt see how two elec new carriage shop and will tear his old walk of life It is our national disease uo words it our command are tions could be mixed up oue completely down This will lie an and nearly all complaints spring from ibis adeijuate Jo express our gratitude trap for the forgt r To day Judge Bullock said to a Leader improvement to the place Removs fhe stomach difficulty A ease and a great source letter was prepared adb Earnest in a contention which thev beman Saturday I will appoint the reg- advantage to him and his property We and the work is done lieved to lie just thev have home them to W ii Davis Witch Ky and duly ular registration and election officers and admire his push Dyspeptics and pale thin people are litMarsh Calun s left on the selves as gentleman and I emocral and registered will at the same timeappoiiit list of ladies Our little village is not unlike other erally starving because they dont digest though disapMiintel as we were their same train that caried the mailp nich to serve as officers There will be two Kentucky fealty to principle and to part v remains containing the registered package Bad hamlete of the same size and their food Consumption never develops registration books one for men the other N has her proportion of neighboring far- in people of robust and normal digestion unshaken pleige is necessary for followed the letter to its destination for ladies The ladies will have charge Correct the wasting and loss of flesh and the ontinuaiicc of their devotion and making the trip aaaaJaehaaa ea hotar of their own registration At the Nov- mers who come here horseback hitch we cure the disease Do this with food The postmaster at Witch was when the order to charge is given all their animals to the fence and with ridember election one lxioth will be in The Shaker Digestive Cordial contains differences will he forgotten ing switch in hand take a goods box for and with taken into confidence and when Ben charge of ladies already digested food and is a digester of no thought but vietury the tirst to scale Martin called for the letter a dav or two Miss Ijiura Clay submitted a list of a seat or a chair if convenient and idly food at the same It effects re felt time of tiie enemy will be the later no ipiestions were asked the ramparts He ladies sit and tell the neighborhood gossip or available for officers ii Davis name to the ie dauntless DeUHsracy of Iowell nd Eti signed inquire the news from others make their at once Get a pamphlet of your diug Judge Bullock savs he intends putting gist and learn about it ceipt and putting the letter into his unties CUy City hroniile up permanent liooths at the different pre- little purchases get their mail and go pocket went to Hiiidman where he wa back home thus passing away their lives cincts some time this fall Lexington THK SENATORIAL CONVENTION arrested late that night in quietude from more busy scenes No Iaxol is Castor Oil made as sweet as Leader cases of brain fag or paraesis is reported honey by a new process When told that he was wanted for Children like it UNITED WE STAND forging the names of J Asher and W O Pursuant to the cad the De aud no resorting to nerve tonics as is the the ltth Senatorial district met in con Pavis to a receipt for a registered letter custom with many city meu The happy Many merchants are well aware that To me it is quite clear that the sound quiet country life is he made no denial He turned the vention at Stanton on Tuesday the way to live their customers are their best friends and motion Hon C 15 Hill of Lee county over to the officers The seal money men should keep in touch with TTT take pleasure in supply ing them with the was unanimously chosen as Chairman had not een bioken He said the ail the meniliersof the Democratic party BLIE IICK best goods obtainable As an instance we and Hon O A lyle of this county was agreement was that no letter should lie By doing so we may bring the united The protracted services at Red Lick mention Perry iV Cameion prominent selected as Secretary On motion the ojiened unless all were present lie neinocracy of the State to the support of have dosed without any additions druggists of Flnshing Michigan They Chair appointed the following commit- then told about the Combs being his a Miund money candidate for the Presi Abraham Bligh has returned from a sa We have nobesitation in recom- Â¬ dency in lSti It would be fatal to the visit to his children at Lexington tee oa rcsolutons M A Phillips A H confederates and liefore daylight they mending Chamberlain Cough Remedy cause in Kentucky to array the DemoWarner Jr A F Dudley W W Hen were also arrested A very large crowd attended services to our customers as it is the best cough cratic people in two hostile factions derson and JaeaM Mc k y at Pilot Knob Baptist church Sunday Wheu searched a number of check medicine we have ever Rold and always The paths of safety lie in keeping to- Â¬ The committee reported as follows blanks receipts for registered packages Miss Hallie BarkW left Momlay for gives satisfaction For sale at 25 and 50 gether and in electing our State ticket Baeolved etc were found on their persons The Nicholasville to visit her sister who is cents a bottle by Hagans Pharmacy ThaJ we the Democrats of the arrest is a most importaut one and will When that is done we can take up the quite ill Stth Senatorial district of Kentucky lead la the breaking up of a gang of work of preparing for the national camMrs Nancy McCollum and son have BIG LAND SALE and can then work togethaaaeaaWe1 at Sunton check swindlers in the mountains of paign of IK returned from Brushcreek where they n er through a compact Democratic I ember 10 Eastern Kentucky that for several spent several days Col B F Cockrell has sold his splen- Â¬ Senator Lindsay of this con ven Several of our people who went to the did farm of 500 acres one and months has been giving the banks no one half tion Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew Grand Army Fncauipment at Ixiuisville miles south of town on the Camargo little trouble 2d That we reaffirm our allegiance urqueRtionably the belt preteiva have returned much pleased with their pike to Mr James Turley for 37501 and devotion to the principles of the Dr Price Cream Baking Powder tive of the hair It is alto curative of visit cash possession to be given November i arte party as aet forth in the dandruff tetter and all scalp affections raghiat tUdal 4 Wortra Mr Johii Johnson is busy with his 1st Mt Sterling Gazette National platform adopted at Chicago In 1S1I2 and at lxraisville Ky in June ISA and conjleuin the contention that either of said platforms favor the free and unlimited coinage of silver hv the Iuited States alone Si That we imlorse the wise and pa triotic administration of our National affairs under the leadership ofOrover Cleveland and we esjiecialiv indorse the course pursued by our distinguished Secretary of the Treasury John ti Cur lisle and ask all good DaMeaktO stand by the administration at the iKills next November 111 Â¬ WELCOME COKKESPONTJKNCB K A riuuips Chiu Com resolutions were I BA11IWIN Just four and thirty years are past Mrs Cas Duncan is sick at her home Since marching down in order near here To stirring drum and bugle blast Mr Elias Stocker was in Nicholasville You crossel this southern border last Monday on business Since with foajr blue from source to Bro Cheek conducted services in mouth Bethel church a few days and nights You marked our rivers courses last week And held this gateway to the South Messrs Joe Baahrj and Charles Stapp For ingress of your forces have purchased a number of cattle in II this vicinity You came in mighty legions then Mrs A T Million County SuperinYour silken banners under tendent was in this neighborhood last A countless host of war like men week making her general tour of the With cannons battle thunder Â¬ thresher yet and w ill run for some time before beginning to harvest his corn crop NATIONAL PARK The Chickamauga and Chatta- Â¬ nooga Battlefield Vice Ttt IASOlA A hi jab Cox is out again after a spell of malarial fever Mrs Thos Mize is just recovering from a light attack of pneumonia Prof R C Adams is instructing a class in vocal music at the new church here A protracted meeting is in progress at Viney Fork conducted bv Rev Anderson assisted by his son W I President Stevenson will Preside Over the Dedicatory Ceremonies B ATTLE THE LARGE5T OF PIECE AX ARE W E NOW READY the secretary Â¬ of War and General of th Army log ether With Distinguished Ferirrml iud Confederate Leailers Will Take Part In the Exercises PLUG Logsdon and wife Â¬ I I 11- - Sept in Chattasooo A Tenn Nearly a third of a century ago the battlefield of Gettysburg was dedicated On that oc- Â¬ us a national cemt tv casion President Lincoln delivered an address which was recognized as the philosophy in brief of the great struggle then impending between the North and South In this address in words long since historic he formulated the doctrine that This nation under Uod shall iiave a new birth of freedom and that government of the people by the people for the people shall not perish from the earth Â¬ GOOD TOBACCO Q CENT5 EVER SOLD FOR Come odc conic all and sec the largest line of Boots Shoi and Hats ever -- wftMNBm brooghttoRichmond Our stock is now com- Â¬ I Â¬ plete in every depart- Â¬ ment We hare all the latest styles and we have them at the We promise to save every customer money who makes a purchase of 11s this fall Our goods were bought I -- Ttt a v r f a right prices Il- -- A-v L I J-Z-- v1 it m M t - ruifhJrvT VvAflAN NAT vAP OF -- TmAUGA I0NAL M IU7AR PAHf M Â¬ Ii i Â¬ t Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Â¬ lm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il2 Hli On Thursday and Friday of this week the hickamauga ami hattanooga National Military park will lie dedicated with ceremonies no less imposing than those of Gettysburg made memorable by Mr Lincolns presence The time chosen has especial appropriateness in that it will be the thirty second anni versary of the fiercely contested bat- Â¬ tle of Chickamauga in many respects one of the most decisive and one in which American pluck and endurance were shown to the greatest advantage The vice president of United the will preside States The secretarv of war and general by of the army will their presence lend official dignity to the occasion others present will include all or nearly all of the surviving federal and confederate leaders who partici Among them are pated in the battle ex Senator Ifanderaon of Nebraska Gen II V Io iiTon of Washing on City Gen Dodge Iowa Gens Horace Porter and Ilaniel Batterfield of New York Gem Palmer of Illinois Gen Gordon of Georgia Gen Wheeler of Alabama Senator Hates of Ten nesee ex Seiator Walthall of Mississippi Gov Roach of Alabama and lien O II Howard retiredl of the regular army The hickamauga and Chattanooga park embrace the entire battle field of Chickamanga and the approaches The area within the legal limits of the park is about fifteen Mpuire miles The approaches in the vicinity of hickamau ga are mainly roads over which the armies reached and left the tielu Those about hattanooga lie mainly along the lines of battle They over look Hookers battle field and lie near Walthall while the crest road along Missionary Ridge follows Bragga line of battle in front of Gen Thomas Army of the Cumberland and Geo Shermans Army of the Tennessee Nearly all these approaches as well as the roads with the park has been rebuilt bj rninent in the most solid manner Two of the number the rest and State road are con structed on a fifty foot right of way The sentry along a part of this military boulevard is such that will give the drive a national reputation When to these remarkable charms of valleys city river and Bold mountain a comprehensive and distant view of the battlefields of Lookout mountain Orchard Knob and Missionary ridge is added this drive becomes one that is without a parallel The government has acquired the site of Itraggs headquarters on Mis sionary Ridge and about three acres Among other pursurrounding it chases which it has made in that vicinity is that of Orchard Knob This was the headquarters of Grant Thomas and Granger during the battles of Missionary iidge It is an isolated knoll about six acres in extent The confederate works and those erected after the union forces captured it are still well defined and the appearance of the knoll still remains unchanged The old roads which were those of the battle have been reopened while roads opened since the battle have been closed and abandoned The only natural feature existing at the time of the fight which has been changed is the underbrush which it has been found necessary to cut in order to bring the line of battle into view and to show the topography of the As a result of this work carfield riages can now drive in all directions through the great woods and along the various lines of battle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aVL M Buity- - before the great ad Â¬ vance in leather and we can make yon a price that our com- Â¬ petitors can not CURES Colic Cramps Cholera Morbus DiarrHoea Flux LIUHININU HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLD jc iWsvV Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Bites of Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good Pat HEALS Nausea Changes of Water Etc I 25 and 50c Peh Bottlc Mo Relief Ho bottle 50c size contains two and one half time as much a SPR1NQFIELD HERB MEDICINE CO Sold Everywhere S1SJSJSSjSS reach We have all the latest styles in titt and soft Hats Dont hnv a hat until von can see our Board of Trade and Blue Grass the latest in soft and stiff Hats We have a large line of Gloves a a THELAHGESTSTDCK Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and Cuffs Shirt Jewelry 7 a- Shoe Polish and Blacking THE FRESHEST Childrens School Shoes a specialty GOODS THE LOWEST PRICES The fall trade is now open and will soon be booming Everything is on the up grade crops are immense money is coming in and everybody wants to buy fall and winter goods and we have got them Give us a call and b convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest prices Wallace PUBLIC Bice SALE OF LAND Levator oi Lee Jake White sell pllhlii Iv mi Our Heady Made Clothing from only first class manufacturers and our merchant tai- Thursday loring department unapproachable in Richmond Â¬ Â¬ OUR STOCK IS SELECT Sept s 26 I At tea oclock oa the ereaaam town in Madswe coaaty the Heayy Frost In Pennsylvania Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 let dco ner IlAiuiisut ni Pa Sept 10 A heavy frost prevailed along the middle division of the Pennsylvania railroad Saturday night The rains reaching here early Sunday morninjr In the vicinity of Harrisburg grape vines were nipped and chestnuts were picked from the ground The frost was too high however to do much damage Beware MR BERT STOCKTON OUR GENTS town ni real est SIX Aires ei laud cornering at foil Â¬ Is our cutter and his work is unchallenged i INK IUMKI M FIFTY KKN and three quarter acres mure or quarter of a mile sooth from Poxtowa mi the liiihiiiund and Lexington pike In giMl intiditinii and well watered SKYKNTKKN and oaai faauta the Red Hnuse mad lying oa the Lexington pike cornering at Foxtown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Catarrh Cure manufactured bv FJCheney Co Toledo O contains no mer cury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur Â¬ faces of the svsien In baying Halls Catarih Cure be sure vou get the genuine It is taken mtcrnalB and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free of Ointments Catarrh That tuntaiti Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as tiie damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive Irom them Halls rr FURNISHING GOODS the most fastidious Are all of the latest styles and we can suit a whole All in grass Land will lienffere1 in lut s and tl January line third rash when p sinn is given remainder in OBM and two years ii kt rent interest v ith lien re- Â¬ served fur the purchase money negotiable imte with approve eenrity payable at Madisou National Bank Pi vwexKii n given IN PRICES JOHN lii lri We allow no bod v to undersell us 0 OLE itor Lee Jake White Â¬ REMEMBER We have what you want nd we w it to you if you will only call 11 Eons Lot for Privately sell Â¬ erSold bv druggist yec I wish to sell privately my Dew residence on Broadwav Lot 6oxlo New stoiy house with cellar bath room water works and all modern improvements New outHiiMings Cisern New fences House iu t p intcd 1 MISS PATTIE STEPHENSON 4 Â¬ de-i-tt- Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ an Da CREAM VORIES BROTHERS 1 liwry Stalk or Ui hmtfjf I wish to sell privately my new brick livery stable same square and near Hotel Glyndon Pos Kv Richmond given Jinuary 1896 1 10- - In I laar I Mead is w s DUNCAN Budys Pile Suppository guaranteed to cine Piles and Constipa- Â¬ tion or monev relunded 50 cent per box Send two stamps for circular and Free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered Hiarmacist Lancaster Pa No Postals Answered For sale by all first class druggists everywhere and in Berea Ky by S E Welch Jr 7 The Blue Grass stiff hat hould be worn by every gentleman in Kentucky Wal lace Rice 4 BAKING organ-ir-atio- POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant A the cause of that tired bUBBWJd fcllias which utiles you at this seavni The hlojd impure and tiin and poor That is why you haei itnaajh no appetite cannot sleep Purilv vour blood with Hoots Saraparil which will give you an appetite tone your bomach and invigorate your nerves ft 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Hoods Pills are eany to take action and mre in effect Makes a Maa Hast r Franklin Co Tenn May 10 iSaa I am forty five years old and hve spent eighty ears in bd health lam a poor man and have to hustle for a B the use of Black Draught I am now able to hustle in mv market garden and am as stout as a mule It is the greatest medicine d dues more than it is recoinir do L A Hi ardinae Tkat jc If you want to be nobby and swell wear the Blue Grasa Hat Wallace Rice 14- - THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Kami local for SKPT IS 1893 killed r the Cub John H Shumate a brakeman on the The tent meeting is drawing Urge L iV N nas killed by the cars near crea Lebanon Junction Suuday He lived in Marion county has an epidemic of Kichmond several year while fireman typhoid fever on the li N I v K LaMM 1 wife and 1H oeof live stock 4o- one child - sale or exchange llenneM for the Seiate The Republican Senatorial Convention at Irvine yesterdaynanirnouslv nominated Hon John Bennett of Richmond He accepted Â¬ lav See local Mrs Silas Cobb will build on her farm at Caleast Se - mr fifteen nertraam serala on 41 i 1 - of distin- - nnctte Van Meter well known Ik- marrietl I At Beaver Port The ci operation meeting of the Christian churches for Madison Jackson ami Kstill unities will e held at Reaver Pood Kstill county Friday and Saturday The besi mail logo is by way of BaeeaV well and Comb nst olhce Hay Shipments ommmicationscme appear to day Ieimett rental tle Ii - near town for sdntM i lVrkms the hav iress - - mn hs v shi i and fat horses well gaiustany nope in the the lirst time he ever sliipKd liay in Seplendier lie punes from the Hacking Vallev tor tHentv cars Also from Kuoxville lor tnc Mas line amount minted prices an will probably get the oriels is I a ton llesavsit iiwril the liatlh- - h round Mr 1 Ind Henderson Wheeler ig a a soldier oi the late war and member of II the pike near Cot- tlie Vi Indiana Regiment who was in the Richmond battle was here last week visiting the old battle ground He was - the clothes rieam r and river wide but will return in captured bv Kirby Smith two miles at of town and held a prisoner three without much In eat He was of Danville ard Cobb Jr finally paroled in the vard able farm near Rich- of UaamaBMat ourt-honse H StaBBer n Sold A ain Dangerously Sirk The Jarman residence on lower Main A telegram from Jackson Breathitt street was resold last week Bought by county last night announced the ex 1 bV Stouffer harftUXM treme illness of Dick McKee It request ed his father V W McKee to come and Birl Broke bring a priest n Thursday dirt was broke for the foundation of the new K C Deoot It PERSONAL sits a little liack of the old one and Miss Lucy Brown of Frankfort is visianother track will be laid to lie used as the main line Harris x Allnian brick ting Miss Lucy Crow work Douglas iv Turpin wood work Mr Qeaaey Ward of Paris is visiting his friend Mr Harvey Chenault Life Insnranre Paid Miss Bessie S tears has returned to B C Potts agent New York Life has school a Madison Female Institute paid jiolicies the past week Mr Eugene Walker attorney at law B C Real Kstill countv ttJUk New York is visiting relatives here Airs Jonah Wagers Kstill county Mrs B W SturdevaDt of Springfield 2000 flc value and all payments reOhio is visiting relatives in the county funded J P Kmbry S VIHKl Mr has K Snioot of Minerva Ky visited his cousin Dr Holton last week Infirmary Mr aad Mrs Snydei and daughter of Betam patients for August 4 countv S Decatur Ills are visiting Capt Ballard warl and citv Two were coloreil in Mrs L F Hubbardof Columbia Mo separate coloreil ward is visiting the family of Mr I M D illations of Flour meal fruit vegeta Bright bles milk for which thanks are exMrs Jena P Jarman of Trenton Mo tended Physicians m charge for month Foster is visiting her father Capt P P Ballard r on Third street Poyntz Frazee Mr Harry Schlegel after a pleasant Muran Keating visit to relatives and friends in Mt Ster Agent W K Shackelford rented Sat ling has returned home urday the 11 A Moran land at Silver Miss Ktta Pearl Gentry left Monday Creek for a visit to the family of her grandHome place 857J acres Boat Duerson father Mr Thus Gentry in Kstill Mrs K M llarberand Miss Chanklin irass los acres T S Burnain SlMI of Trenton Mo are vistingthe families of irass lea acres John Ballard Si SO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is Known By lis Cures say but what Hoods Sarsaparilla does that tells tho story of its merit The thousands of people whom It has raised from disease aud despair to happi ness and health are the strongest and best advertisements Hoods Sarsaparilla has No other preparation in existence has such a record of wonderful cures This Is why Hoods Sarsaparilla has the largest sale and requires for Its produc- Â¬ tion the largest laboratory In the world It Is not what we Â¬ j m sra iBirttEqffaBnaEBfffBntiBr sJsfiysytjj amaraaTysraaraJni WmmmdnmftMR flklrtkir m rJ ttfi1 CLOTHING MENS CLOTHING YOUTHS CLOTHING T3rr t ral -asw reJa tarsi t 1 Now If you need s good medicine why not try that which has done others so rcjl ifrrU ZZTI muh good Remember Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye fl six forf 5 t harmoniously with rtOOU S HllIS ai HmoUs sarsaparilla 2ic It Was a Baueaaa rtUteJ JY A I T I saaaw ah seat nma I TlJTlVT A mV 1 I AAA i 1 smsse r BB rtJ TSJ tH i In all the latest thinas to be found in the clothina market Onr line is hv far trip larnest anri most a m j AH at nnnnlar nriroc we have ever shnwn rnmnlete that fin nno ran nr will coll iron cnit m- fr fCJEi The Country Cousin at White Bush opera house last week was fairly well patronized It was an excellent company well equipped and pleased every body The thrashing machine midnight train and steamboat were natural as real ones Prof Arthur Neville an acorn plished violinist and a skillful instructor is engaged to give violin lessons twice a week Madison at the Institute Anyone who desires lessons from Prof Neville is reijtieited tocall on Miss Lloyd at the Institute and arrange hours and terms Those who law to get the advantage of the first lessons on Wednesday Sept 18th are urged to join the class on Sept Saturday Llst Irof Neville teaches mandolin also Mandolin pupils are desired Â¬ p ISfrti fHJ STrrl overcoat cheaper than we can and we earnestly ask an examination of onr line and we will save yon money Come early while the stock is tnll and lay in what you need for this winter In Boys Clothing we have something entirely new - -- - J l FfllSlrH MSlsuli wnmmmm lnivirnmiiii Stamp Too P Armcrsand get one of interesting sight oa the stn lie er mounted Louisville at the meeting of the G A R man on Market street who had thousands of confederate money ier firm of If M Hamilton I Had the Mill Henry Hamber fiSaSSS I acres Wm Pratber 410 Mr M M Barber ai le- - aj wsAewvWvwv acres taken down Oack Bush auctioneer Total rents about 0l0 873 irass Circuit Court veil C T Wells remain- - -- 1IM tail to read Mai Henrv T ml Mias Elvira Miliera aoaaM edwcll King pike has been re irt -- M - ragonette rteli pup -- ii the tinest Ik cIs ins on earth have by lona Esq of Henry bi and Wn ted by Benton 1 of - aaaty ature Sqnire al and at P man K Renton the Sunday Septemlier L tb at house will Ik- - decorated with farm ami garden peaaa i all uses in Rich- the vacant in a win lbarrow Mr K tarr and wife have returned i the Kea York made miles en Bondnd - in 4o7 tiiinui aorfc and the past three months than one hundred hooks ti K N I the k IV for repa tnd bavii n the road mg W I fauolv ail n mily will I rape the Cbj and wile n wi freight knefcer w ched brakeman ran on top to car just as they iH taeniae over thus siving his neck 1 in Pi ty i it read an ini re the Practitioners Club afternoon ami presented the U on Imiih The complimented bv the older the same stand the inonev of importance mam n en ihr mmA i tl uniiyri las Cushy and Ed Mimlay colored araeaoaad asleep with all that vast de-- ten years in penitentiary for rape patted wealth for a pillow A C iuick year for obtaining money under false pretenses pretended to le Kesjiiindin Stella Phillips Rerlin Geaaaay authorized collector Green Kavanaugh case continueil lies Harris Missouri Miss Bailie Oaan of CoUiaa va Park faVattt growDanville K OoaroT Irvine I ing out of hvine real estate argued yes Berry Kansas Klihu Dillingham Mis- terday iri T F Mo re Kansas P M Witt Giratz are Cl im A K Notes subscribers who re ponded last week from paeaaa outside Louisville is proud of her unparalleled of Madison coonty This is about the - in entertaining the G A K usual meekly rate There are many peo The visitors were variously estimated M know a good thing when they at LoooiKl to 40HIMI The actual numsee it ber was probably IKIikhi There were fewei accidents and casual IM malnin and Galatea a naaatear perionaanee ever ties than ever known in such a crowd seen in Kichmond araathe rendition at The unaccountable explosion of a caisson of the Louisville Legion artillery killing White Rush opera house Monday nigiit four artillerymen and the colored driver by Irvine local talent of the above plav of importance There was nothing amateurish aUmt it was the onlv accident Fewer delayed trains than ever known They knew their parts thoroughly and Fewer arrests bv the police than usual acted them faithfullv The coach ins bv Mrs Harry W Sheoberd of Bostoa wan on such occasions In all the npeecbea made there was not perfect The unusual heautx of the voung lalii s was una liinoiisly conceded an unfortunate remark No complaint of extortionate rates by the audience The costuming could from any source not have been excelled Miss Annie The Ixuisville newspapers published Wagers Miss Mattel Bergman Miss Ma every thing of the least importance and Mi s Maud Kmbry were the ladies Park the wonder is how thev did it so accuK r Gardner W Park and rately K M Korgman the gentle ad Fifty thousand old soldiers joined in men The house was filled the front the parade on Wednesday part with people the back part with Mr Waterson delivered his lecture on encores The troupe richly Abraham Lincoln at Macauleys Theater rved a larger audience and the boaae was crowded to hear him l liiiitniil Baaaaatc and Loan Ilirpora Gee Ivan N Walker of Indiana suc ceeded ien liwler as Commander-in-Chie- f liU of theG A K ien K 11 Hob This substantial concern has had an abundance of literature for son of Kentucky Vice Coumiauder-ln-Chie- l gratuitous distribution especially a folder St Paul Minnesota was selected as setting forth the advantages of the com iany J Keid ornelisou has been ap the place of meeting next year The Louisville Water Winks Co repointed soliciting agent He is an ex DCed B iV I man and will take in rts nine million gallons more water sure in explaining the merits of the than the average used during the week A special train of fifteen cars of beer c nipanv to vim He knows all about came through Kichmond from Cincinthe plan capital stock memitership in stallment stxk paid up stock with- nati for Louisville on Wednesday At Wilder Park 7500 gallous of bur- Â¬ hums borrowers drawal transfers goo and 25000 loaves of bread greeted reductions etc the multitude Oof Will S Hays enter A glance at the officers is all the guar tained the toys in blue with a colored antee yon want chorus of SOB voicea such pieces as Stone Walker President Hannah Aint You iiad You Come H J string Yice Prisident Jam Watts of Kich predominating K K Turkey Secretary mond knocked out another colored S Powell Treasurer has pugilist in a stage terformance mbbj loan The pyrotechnics fell short of expectaH Powell A Wilkes Smith Thos J tion and was the only thing that did KArnold J D I tykes Frank Carr Kx Confederates harmonized beauti Sam Rice John B Chenault fully with thier former foes we still i spreadmt oiiaiiigstoreb x lie wa formerly of this placeGramd jury adjourned on Mi nda ing itastelisot thelite war I aterin the having louiid only LL Mr and Mrs Thos Gentry and indictments none day passed - Mrs W T Term and children left last week for a protracted visit to relatives and friends in Southwestern Kentucky Mrs Kate M Gentry and Mrs K A Byriiin have returned from Louisville having visited Mr Raymond Byrum Mrs o iloiihle vtov iiraiMn M - aa E 500 Tl I I r 1 frtjjij Hie ai ii i i i -i 1 Â¬ Theodore Wilson of Kstill have re reread home after several days visit to the family of R L Gentry 00 Second street Mrs Julia C Dunn of Wichita Kaus s eat a few days with Miss Mary Pattie en route to Freileriesburg Ya where she has a fine jiosition as Directress of the vocal department in the Presbyterian Behoof Which is worse imprisonment for life or a life long disease like scrofula for ex ample The former certainly would he prelerable were it uol that Sarsaparilla can always come to the rescue and give the poor tufferer health strength and mm These 1m ys suits are made with double seat and knee sometbiiiL itsiice eents BEST ON EARTH sat that wont near out anil knee tor sssaaaaaaa anaal And think of it all wool doable at fSJT Aert Â¬ ii iTtlfS S3 1 I - Â¬ Mr T J Noble of Illinois is visiting MH GIBL HOW sHKs A his brother Mr Paul Noble on 5th street He reports excellent crops a revival of business a decline of free She was a coquette yesterday As all the country kaew silver sentiment and prophesies a DemoShe tlirteil with the boys in gray cratic victory And with the lads in blue Mrs A Wilkes Smith will be the She did she did Kentucky did ha ha guest of Dr and Mrs W Koberts durBat BOW she stands with ien hands ing the week of the encampment Dr AK To meet Smith will be with Mr and Mrs Â¬ happiness bfwj m This line will surprise jrou Nothing near like it shown here before I KST -- Just received the new Fall Line of Woolena now pen SPECIAL inbraciic all the latest thiaaa to be found in this and Fbi eign Markets Come in and see them we can suit yon please ou and save vou money We have all grades from the t I Im 350 400 M 450 ri - rtrJ rV 3j I SPECIAL SECOND IKIAI TlIIili Boeta Yoaanaaa Nee Fall Bate aad oar C Big Line of Fall Neckwear now ready - the latest Mocha They are beauties Have in them m CeOBB Fiir-iii-Hand- s SPECIAL FoIKTH- Best Mackintosh in town Large line heap in both box aud cape fcE2 l ft l 4l t Ii il l rv Ws - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ TIip Bepnlilieans Nominate - haras toher the in church in Kichmond will Eft MM tiie lieiielit ol organ nil War soiiga a horns Bunted Again wn Bchoolhoose aas again M We Ii s lay night War Ss - tare m in insurance an incendiary and public the vicinity is all one way as - 1380 Tmt Meeting ul erected his spacious the Dillingham addition Ved- a It is in theopeii sijuare Big Hill and Pace by Main The attendance dav and night many as eight hundred at the night meetings Gaod abb Tattersan Mr P W Cobb of Caleast Madison and Miss Jane Patterson of were quietly married last The bride is the handsome young Iten isited Miss Mollie place The gnni is well as a farmer stock trader and an but of late has been a iiiig m the Boaaav Soaitfa Installed atetaaa aarrieaa of Baa Jieph K leak place at the First Presbyte- ioirch Monday night A large i The Republicans of Madison county met at the court bonne Saturday Septem ber 14th so as er adjournment for ta pmrpeae of nominating a candidate for the legislature The chairman of Un adjourned meeting being absent the con was called to order by County H Chairman Wallace and lr A Stewart made chairman of the meeting Tin- following were selected as a committee to eaavaaa the situation thorough led a candidate and reort same at V S Coyle J C Armthe comentiou strong C C Wallace Frank Chenault Sam Caritonter N P Howard M T Bybee C C Norris C K Park H 0 Horton H B Hogg W C Tallnit C i Webber Dr Phil Roberts Col J W aieitoii J Ppeed Smith Harrison Miller and Robert Kennedy The committee after remaining ii sioi short while unanimously selected K Tutt Iuruam astlic Kepublican candi date for the legislature and through their srwikesman E i Parrish presented his name to the convention in a happy Mr Burnain was and pleasing manner immediately indorseil by the convention anl after being notified by a committee of his nomination responded in an imiires- of acceptance The convention was also entertained with BBaeeJuH by Pevton F Adams Ir Stewart and H B Hogg There being no other business the convention ad journed sine die A II Stkw art Chairman Mno Shank- - Secretary Â¬ Four thousand invitations were issued to the ball at the auditorium A couple of enferprisng fellows bought two thousand pies expecting to find the A Ks foreordain ci pie eaters but they had 3790 left over and there being an ordinance against throwing such stuff away within the limits the pies wire loaded on a raft and turned loose in the Ohio One man rented two vacant houses and filled them with cots but he got m was pt their new minister to his Annie Bennett sweetly and sang sympathetically One Sweetly Thought Ir Huuter of Hai- preaciieil a very scholarly It Blauton tresidei After hyena Ir Hunter delivereil to the pastor after which Dr lianville charged tlie people very instructive and fatiierly V- - i alnable Karat Information - n - iroomsedee makes eart hav Cut it now while green Cattle wid with plenty of salt at it in preference to other hay or straw - like it ei Is cut while green ricked and salted also make good bay coal banana up into lumps the of marbles and salted will be de- oureii oy nogs ami is me suieni inc entive on earth for cholera ine leaves thrown into iiog houses in quantity drive ont the fleas The dogs then di ii i oorateh tliemselien eons- i qoeutlv wont Itave mnaan Miss Hartman will soon display the the finest line of millinery ever brought to Richmond Kate Prewett Miss Emma D Preston Mc What is the most popular hat of the For a pain in the chest a p ece of flannel day t The Blue Grass Ht At Wal- dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm Donald Pollock Joe RP Reed Pattie Riley Reed Rice lace and bound on over the seat of the pain and 14- 1 W Mia Miss Edna Royce Itice Not a few who rad what Mr Robert another on the back between the shoulders Mary Rolierts Robert will afford prompt relief This is especially Rowls of Hollands Va has to say below Shankiin Miss Susie B Spraul Mrs The Madera Beaaty I The will remember their own experience under valuable in cases where tha pain is cause Miss Carrie E by a cold and there is a tendency toward Sanders Mrs E E sBBtpp Thrive on good food and f unshine with showed no baking powder like circumstancrs Last winer I had la Wm H Simpson William Stewart air Hei pneumonia For sale by Hagans Phar- Â¬ plenty ofcxeicisc in the open so pure or so great in leav- Â¬ grippe which left me in a low state of macy Smith Mary Smiley Bob Smith J P glows with health and her face mrm health I tried numerous remedies none ening power as the Royal Stockman W D If her system blooms with its beautv of which did me any good until I was inA hacking cough keeps the bronchial Tillett Saliie Txld Taibotf V ol a the Hotel Glyndon duced to try a bottle of Chamberlains tubes in a state of constant irritation Miss Hartman need the cleansing action has II Turner George Turner Julia remedy the uses the gentle ind pleasant Milliner will have all the latest Parisian Cough Remedy The first bottle of it so which it not speedily removed may lead Vanmeter Alice ti Walker Annie See anstyles in Bonnets and Mi linery liquid laxative Srup of figs far relieved me that I was enable to attend to chronic brorcnitis No prompter remWhite Harry 2k Yates Anderson nouncement soon to my work ind the second bottle effected edy can be found than Ayers Cherry The country is wild over it What Person calling fur above wiii please For sale at 25 and 50 cents per Pectoral Its effect is immediate and the say advertised The Blue Grass stiff hat Wallace Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder a ore bottle by Hagans Pharmacy Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair San Francisco result permanent 14 J B Willis P M Rice Â¬ onlv four lodgers Kltaidera all over the country took ad vantage of the low rates to visit their old Madison homes in Kentucky count former residents to the nanmber of six or eight dropped in unexpectedly by this means ien M D Manson of Indiana who fought against Kirby Smith at Richmond wa- - among the visitors ne gambling house quit B000 winner in one night TheG A K stent at the lowest estimate 1500000 in I ouisville Some place it at ttt0000el to L0000O0 Gem Lucius Fain bid of Wisconsin Kx Consul to Liverpool ien Lew Wal lace author of Ben Hur and to Turkey ien C M Clay Ex M mister to Russia were among the dis Â¬ tinguished visitors One of the most delightful social features in connection with the visit of the Ki A was the informal reception given by Col Bennett H Young at his home on Fourth avenue in honor of the famous Columbia Post of Chicago Columbia Post a year ago acted as an As of Seat loth escort of honor to the Kentucky ex Broad us and deputies Tom Confiderates in that city The organizaAssessr Berrv John T Fmbry and John D tion is one of the wealthiest in the Simmons started on their rounds Mon United States The members are among day Broaddus began in Richmond the best known men in Chicago The tarry in Foxtown Kmbry in Klliston membership is limited to 150 and eigbty five of the ujeniliers were in Ixuisville an Simmons in Kirksville districts The law requires owners to list their The French and ierinan dam That is property as of Sept 15th Madison Institute are open to jtersons the property owned by a person on the not otherwise connected with the school loth day of S ptember must be listed bv Should a snllicient numlter apply sepahim no matter if he sells the property rate classes will be formed of those not before the Assessor reaches him regular students It would be beneficial to all parties if Impure blood is the cause of boils pim- Â¬ matter proitertv owners would study the ples and other eruptions Hoods Sarsa the Assessor comes so que over before tions could lie readily answered not parilla purifies the blood and cures these only what you have but what it is worth troubles I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ James Miller and will lie accompanied by an old friend from fHrin lenmiilr Tjmrti The home of Miss Ann Bennett was the scene of a verv pretty entertainment Saturday night It was given in bonoi of Miss Sara t ii of Lexiagton the charming guest of Miss Helen Bennett Piogressive euchre and dancing were the order of the evening Mrs Otto StHlker and daughter of Montgomery Ala are visiting Mrs J M Poyntz Mrs Stoelker was in days of long ago the schoolmate of Mrs Poynt They met a year ago by accident in Montgomery and renewed theold friendship and are now happy in talking over the old darn w hen they were at Nazareth near Bardstown Ky as school girls Miss Mary Mathews accompanied by her nephew Mr George Corzelius of Hotel Glyndon has returned from Yir ginia Beach Norfolk lid Point Comfort Kichmond Lexington Natural Bridge and other points in Yirginia Mr Corzelius says a new hotel to cost SmiOOOO is nearly completed at Old Point the fur nishingof which will cost 300000 He didnt find any hotel that feeds better than the Glyndon Among those who took advanta the low i A R rate to visit their former homes in Madison are C C Benton Sprirgtield Mo Adam Suyder wile and daughter hfoaweojaa Ills Ishain Koberts Carleton Mo Lyctirgns Broaddus Notberne Mo John and Kdwin Boen Missouri Wm SchatieT Decatur Ills Brookshire II and John H Wells T J Noble Illinois Ernest JarDudley Berry T F man Colorado Moore Kansas Genoa B Parks Mo Mrs John II Jarman Ills Mr lien try and son Mo Mr Stagner Mo There was quite a pretty imrlor entertainment at the home of Mr C D Chenault Friday night There were beautiful solos by Mrs Sam Bennett of Lexington and our own song Bird Miss Pattie and one by Mr Flora late of the Colonels An instrumental solo by the artist of music Miss Melcon At the end of the musical program the voung people indulged in dancing The proceeds of the entertainment are for the benefit of the Kentucky exhibit at the Atlanta Exposition Mrs A J Tribblegavean old fashioned lining at her country home Thursday in honorof her sister Mrs Sallie Ann Grimes of Kansas Citv Mo Those who enjoyed Mrs Tribbles hospitality were Mrs Green Turley Mrs George Ballew Mrs Margaret Watts and daughter Miss Fan E Mrs B F Deatherage and daughter Miss Lila Y Mr and Mrs C E Clay and Col D W Tribble Mrs Grimes is the elder daughter of Mr ieorge Ballew ileceased and in her young days was considered one of the soniest women of Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - thei rrJffi If Yon Are Interested in Onr Line iivi aaTall vllit iinI r amaa I v Mil- I M i k no one will si ll you Is in anywav We will be glad to shoa you throogii iturst our line cheaper than we will - mind Â¬ When boys in blue their love would tell She blushed and turned away And smiled to hear the rebel yell Kaised by the boys in gray She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands To greet the i A K She used to perch umjii the fence The pretty little sinner And there with thinking most intense She tried to pick the winner She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands To greet the i A B Thebluegrassdeckcd her bright hair then Her smiles were loves own fuel Sometimes she rode with Morgans men Sotnetimea with ien Buell She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands AK To greet the She gave her favors with much tact Each kissed her KMT tWO lips The blue coat rMle her crackajack The grav drank her mint juleps She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands wito open hands To greet the i A R But when her soil was red she grew The aneel of the fray Her tears she gave the boys in blue Her prayers the Imvs in gray She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands AR To greet the She marked the spots where heroes rest Through the immortal hours And scattered oer each ijuiet breast Alike her gift of flowers She did she did Kentuekv did ha ha But now she stands with open hands To greet the G A R But ah grown sotierer meanwhtles As every coquette should She knows now where to place her smiles Where they will do most good She does she does Kentucky does ha ha For oh she stands with open hands To greet the L A R i irown sweeter fairer with the years Oh veterans tried and true She smiles a welcome through her tears To theold red white and blue She does she does Kentucky does ha ha For here she stands with open bands To greet the ti A R The latch string hangs outside her door Where every hand mav draw it And what you do not see why sure Youll get by asking for it You will vou will Kentucky sas ha ha Here w here she stands take hearts and hands Health to the Q A R Elvira Sviinor Miller Keep a look out tor Miss Hartmans millinery opening which will be an nounced in these columns soon rt Ml J --- --- rSJ 1 Big mm rw IrrUe w srSJ COVINGTON CMITCHEL THE CLOTHIERS t0Sf0S- n fcJS - fSJHJE mm 3i7 to rSpfR HfgJgJBjgJajgJaj ITalPB7rgBlPriiilJir rjra lliMirilkj NEW ADVERTISEMENTS i oSJrT - Life Insurance Paid Rn iiMiMi Ky Sept IS 1886 Received of the Mutual Benefit Life emarruarraafraeirirvi U Insurance Company of Newark N 1 through Pan II Brack Agent tifteeii thousand and seventy eight and TtMOtl 1507879 in full pavinent of dollars policy iiumber I74sIloii the lit 3 of my late husband Thos S Moberley Man leu Mobkbixt FARM FOR SALE valuable tract of land 12 miles iom Richmond on the Cnion Citv Pike join ing the lands et WJ Collins and WilT Ihelps liam French and part of the A Â¬ 1 m 51 --t ol M NO PROFIT ber of years His he finest water cnit in the county Extra Raced Excellent Riciimomi Ky Sept ll 1886 Close to clmrrhta and neighborhood Received of the Mutual Benefit Lite schools I mea business Address Insurance Company of Newark N RICHARD COBB JR IDam It- - K v through Baa II Brack Agent ten twenty and V llHI dollars thousand aud 10020 57 in full payment of policy Nfviirfi number 142205 on the life of the late i farm All in tras lias been for a num p pgJs Col T S Moberley N B Beatiikrmk A linr of T S Moberley Dissoiilion i M M Co has this dav dissolved bv mutual Wedaeaday Sept 18 l8R53eeod work consent C T Wells is now sole prori mules giMMl work horse brood mare etor persons indebted to the above firm All good driver stvlish road mare Those hav will please pay C T Wells 4 year ing accounts will present them lo same tine road horse Vyears old for pavment old horses matches 90 hogs and piaa M M HAMILTON registered lersev cows and L calves C T WELLS Bull years old Jersey heifer L ears Richmond Kv Sept 12 1895 platform spring old 1 yearling heifer 2 horse transfer wayon Brown wagon cultivator run one season L Oliver chilled plows Nos Ill and ill other plows -- ear etc Sixty 0r seventy Iar rels old corn giod B H LrxoN Co RETURNED HAS 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 IuhlirSale The butcher firm of Hamilton additional itulncpinetits to hite timers by inaii garating a no profit si By u meant raJa in the liimsc nitisi now move- tinsProfits not alf araajted mm only the money wanted Vou can bare the goods OaTeia -- m a u i HJSTRENG and i -- THIIS I ZZLZ SALE vvw -- k rtUffl BfE -- s an indaceniertl nrnfiLs ire cut nil ind l1to et tlie benefit This is how we do it Km- - j nm vii NOW - 1 1 fji Now buvs EVELDER JUST WHERE HE BOUGHT AN IM MENSE STOCK OF Â¬ H ISIE MM Tk- per yard a mm oiis tiiiiridms that iin4l1 1ms that were were 7 c pa v 10c per yard are Now buvs Oin shams that were 10c - 14 15 Near Richmond FROM NEW YORK Lightning Hot Drops What a Funnr Name Very True but it Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There ia No Par 20c per yard 35c per yard Now b i s t hose beautiful Pume fhat u iiiukc Deauiuui wtmities tliat were Ice And those beautiful Organdies that were And those beaatUnl Iucks that were u An I those leautiful Crepotis that were - tc ic mm Sfrtl DRY GOODS AT Now buys those beautiful French Dimities that were 30c And those beautiful Zephyr Ginghams that were 350 And thise beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were 2c Now buvs those beautiful Swivel Silks th K u it -w m A class in book keeping has been formed at Madison Institute The class City Drmorratir Primary Klertionis open to any young lady who may wish It is ordered by the committee that a to enter it The teacher in charge held Primary Flection lie held in the several for several years the position of bookwards in the city of Richmond on Mon keeper in a large dry goods establishlav Septemlier Sorb lava between the ment hours of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ m the said primary to be conducted achauled and painted at the very lowest law governing primaries cording to the All work guaranteed to be as The following ollicers are hereby ap- prices good as any in the State pointed to hold said election Richmond Carriage Works Court house Ward J E Dykes Chas S L Midkitt Proprietor 39- Jacobs Judges Joe Bush Sheriff M N Driggers clerk Farm for sale or exchange 54 acres Fniversity Ward Ed Ballard C T half mile of city limits on impoitant pike Fox Judges W L Farley Sheriff C well improved Sec W W Iigg or ediE Smith Clerk tor Climax City Hall Ward David Powers M H My stock of carriages buggies He Pigg Judges Martin Gentry Sheriff J is the handsomest and most stylish in the S Kennedy Clerk It is ordered that all candidates Baaaj country Give me a call Â¬ 1 LIST OF LETTERS in rm aj BirU OUc - S r w per yard Nttw hlivn ihiKM Â¬ Â¬ PRICES SUB the Post Office Remaining unclaimed Ky for the week ending at Richmond Sept i7 iSos He will sell them at onlv a slight ad Alfred Klijah value tonalities and cpiantities to suit Bradley Miss Hallie Bently W A all sized pocket bonks Betty r l Kownian Martin Campbell Fred Collins Dan ColHns Wallace Curry Ienuiller Daugherty Pleas Ellis To n Embry Miss Mattv Fmbry Sarah iarr 01 Wm Gilbert iuniula Grnbbs Tom i rubles Annie Harris Amanda Harris Millie Hack- Â¬ er Maria Harris Nannie li Hall Su san Hamilton W s L Hick Sain Hud son A MRINE fLj TriJB o 3fE 77Tr uress Iat terns Reduced from dollars to cents per yard o rwiiirifnl Tort iiiIVS aammi AAisism ciL LIldL - WCFC 75- - 53 fi 8 almost cu in half A great manV suitable or wear This is an opportunity that oniv o allv Take advantage ol it it vou want to save or in other words r monv ion ilLv mm if iUl Now buys that Big Towel that we sold at toe Now buys that All Linen Towet we sold lm atftVrV OUR In m H Saaaai nc mm - 5 bj frJa Johnson J Kates W 1 I J Â¬ m3Lr LATEST i ar M S mm a Now buvs that Towel we tnll t Onlv a few left of those Elegant Shirts Wats c now bins the Shirt Waist we otrl at i now buv the Shirt Waist we old a J an 1150 for those Silk Shirt Waists we sold at There is not a thing in the dry goods line but what the price has been reduced on it Jive us a look and see for vou 7 0 now buys those Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold tor 9 10 and 11 o now bins those Elegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold lor 12 f 13 so and BOSS hi vs those beautiful Mens Suits lj that we sold for SiS -- io ij I tilTtl their names each accompanied by SHI to defray expenses on or before Saturday Sept 14th 1006 at 12 oclock to Charles Hunley Treasurer of the city committee J B Willis Chairman F B Crooke Secretary 12 10 Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff 39 Proprietor Mason Hast n Mason Mary Match J Bell Miller Pearl Mills J C McDon ald Mrll mi Sally Neely A J Norris Widow Olwnon J D Oldaui Mrs Ella OHerd 5 Jj 20 iaBaw war In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same anj 9325v THINK OF fl FINE Worlds Fair Tests shoeJ Come M 0C at at i5 l4 I JJ3 I 50c now buys our Colored Shirts that we sold for Me now buvs our Colored Shirts that we sold for 125 now buvs our oorrct shirts that we sold tor iro lheiriitsonane have been cut so much that vou will not recognue former prices on thee win induce vou to buv if C you hveony been thinking of buving We to every yard in the house and make prices s thev wait go close out will Tkaa ma au proCt safe We mean every m and ear nest ii ask vou to give us a look I IV r win save you monev and give you good goods and values rc pa Mens Underwear Carpets and Mattings 1 rlUal and sec for voui BTORB V ElDEKS BAKGaTJ u4- A new line ot bu jjies carriages siir ries aaiBnchtl and wagons just recived Come and see them They are dandies Made cf the best material and guaran Prices lower than ever before teed H Em Richmond Carriage Works 39- - ajS HBrHlpJ is L Midkiff Proprietor BJajiLrMirgi fajaiaTialalaiairaa L THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Kiirai for Bale ura u is 1895 or exchange rawing large Bennett for the Seaatr The Republican senatorial Convention at Irvine yesterdavVuuauimouslv nominated Hon John Bennett of Richmond He accepted Sold Again Â¬ The Jarnian residence on lower Main street was resold last week Bought bv n mouuer ior hi ju leant The tent meeting cronnls - Marion county has an epidemic of typhoid lever at H lie of live Mock to-- lav - See local Mrs Silas Qehb will build a retd her farm at Ca tifteen portrait nerale on Ith p of e on j - distin nnolto Van Meter well known Ik- - married I communications came lay Taller T Baaneul - rented the Cla near town for ftyMfi International Ulanta tin opens to iv - and tat bean gaiustany ridge in the li Wheeler is building a M the like near Cot- liter and dvcr ixville hut will return in - Bell a Danville valuable farm new Rich- - P Amurs and r got me of mounted I t firm II M Hamilton nain- - H liss aj II Miry T Elvira Millers poems the Speedwell pike has been rc rt - mette pretty rten pupils r d corn i the tiu st beets umpkiiis on earth have lona of Henry ine of Win E - iintv at inc EP I lit man opal 29th at Tated in Rich- - lay September with iarm an CS in a wheelbarrow arrant wife have returned York - in 4o7 train ass that made minuti miles - three months one hundred II N I rS A IV the nd havii k t nt on the road family pv the A I P J lay and wile ue li B wtl i arrard last I dit u ran on top car just as they Were er thus saving bis neck Ioyntz lead an int re the Iractitioiiers Club afternoon and presented the bone scrofula The complimented hv the older u - War San luiru art of 0 lobar the lad liurrb in Richmond will the benefit of organ WJOwn Wai lull chorus I iiurned Again - - a sell hone again d M We li isday night IBM insurance in and public an incendiary the vicinity is all one way as Teal Meeting erected his anacaeua dngham addition Wed- rut sin It is in the open square Big Hill and llaiMain rfaa attendance dav and night - many as eight hundred at the night meeti id be bk Tatter lih of Caleast Madison and Miss Jane Patterson of were ijuietly married last The bride is the handsome young has often visited Miss Mollie plaaa The groom is well I as a farmer stock trader and tahle man but of late has been in the South Installed Installation services of Rev Joseph K Smith took plana at the First Rreshyte- reb Monday night A large congregation was present leaaaa their new minister to his Maw Antiie Bennett sweetly and ne Sweetly ticallv sang Dr lluuter of Har- b Thought preachel a vcrv inbaaarrj Ir lilantoi presided After - a hymn Dr Hunter delivered to the pastor after which Dr of Kanville charge I the people instructive and fatherly Karai lafaratatioi r till says broomsedee makes nt hav Cut it now while green Cattle will with plenty of salt M other hay or straw eat it in pr Ihrses like it iliaale -- adted broken tip into lumps the and saltel will le de voared by bogs and is the snrest preventive on earth lor cholera Pine leaves thrown into dog houses in jtiantitv drive ont the fleas The dogs then dont scratch themselves couse- soentlv wont have a Â¬ eels cut while green ricked and aid make good hay llirl Broke Thursday dirt was broke for the foundation of the new K C Depot It PERSONAL sits a little liack of the old one and uis iucy nrown ot rrauKtort is v siRichmond several year while fireman another track will be laid to be used as the main line Harris v Allman lirick ting Miss Lucy Crow n the U N I R leaves a wife ami work Douglas k Turpin wood work Mt Quincy Ward of Paris is visiting one child his friend Mr Harvey Chenault Life liKiranre Paid At Beaver Pon Miss Bessie SHars has returned to B C Rotts agent New York Rife has The co operation meeting of the Chris school at Madison Female Institute tian churches for Madison Jackson and paid policies the past week Mr FJigene Walker attorney at law B C Ncal Kstill county L510 Fstill counties will held at Heaver New York is visiting relatives here Mrs Jonah Wagers Iond Estill county Friday and Saturday Kstill county Mrs B W Sturdevaut of Springfield The liest mad to go is by way of Upend S Xti face value and all aymeiit reOhio is visiting relatives in the county funded well and Omaha Hist aaaua J I Kmhrvs5K Mr has F Snioot of Minerva Ky Hay Saipwentx visited his cousin Dr Holton last week Infirmary lerkins tlie hay arum man has ship Mr and Mrs Snydei and laughter of n patients for August 4 cotmtv -ped a ur load of hahha to Tennessee Decatur Ills are visitinc Capt Ballard Ward and I citv Two were colored in ton He savs it is the first time Mrs L F Hubbard of Columbia Mo he ever shipiHd hay in September He separate colored ward is visiting the family of Mr DM Donations of Flour meal fruit vegetahas immirics from tin- I lacking Valley Bright lor twenty cars Also irom Kuoxville bles milk for which thanks are ex Mrs dohn P Jarnian of Trenton Me for the aaaaa amount Iis aanaad tended Physicians in charge for month Foster is visiting her father Capt P P Ballard prices and will probably get the ordeis r on Third street loytit Fraec icui il Hie tattle h round Mr Harry Shlegel after a pleasant Mr J II shailer al LoanamMat Ind Moran Renting visit to relatives and friends in Mt Stera soldier m tba late war and member f Agent W R Shackelford leaned Sat ling has retnrned home the Indiana Regiment who was in onlay the H A Moran land al Silver Miss Ftta Pearl Gentry left Monday the richmond battle was here last week Creek for a visit to the family of her grandvisiting the old battle ground He was Home place 6e7J eena Robt Daemon father Mr Thos Gently in Estill captured hv Kirhy Smith tno miles Mrs F M Barber and Miss Chanklin t town and held a prisoner three Crass ins acres T S Rurnam flSO of Trenton Mo are vistingthe families of without much to eat He was - John Ballard riso irass laa acreMr M M Harbcr finally paroled in the court house vard Mill Henry Handier Lo 50 Mrs W T Tevis and children left last 15 acres Wm lrather 410 Hail the tto eminent Stamp Too week for a protracted visit to relatives irass 7S acres taken down and friends in Southwestern Kentucky ne interesting -- ight Ml the atm Zack Bush auctioneer Louisville at the meeting of the G A R Mrs Kate M Gentry and Mrs F Total rents about 3000 was a man mi Market -- treet who had Byrum have returned from Looiaville tens o thousands of confederate money Ctrruil tourl having visited Air Raymond Ryruin spread nit onabigatorebox He wm formerlv of this plana Grand jury adjourned on Monday irg itasreliesol thelate war Ijterin the having found only Il indictments none Mr and Mrs Thos Gentry and Mrs aaaaed tba aaaaeataad the monejr of iuiMirtaiice Theodore Wilson of Fstill have re II there and the money changer las Cosby and Bd Minday colored turned home after several days visit to tap with all that vast deten vears in penitentiary lor rane the family of R L Gentry mi Second parted wealth for a pillow AC juick year for obtaining money street under false pretenses pretetnjed to lie Ilesjitintling Mrs Julia C Dunn of Wichita Katis authorised collector - vella Phillipa Berlia si ent I few davs ith Miss Mary Pattie Geaaaay Green Kavanaugh man rwntianad Dr Oiles Harris Missouri en route to Fredericsburg Ya where Miss Sallie B of Collins va Park sKl grow- she has a fine osition as Directress of Danville Ooaroy Irvine D Berry Kansas Kliliu Dillingham Mis- ing out of Irvine real estate argued yes the vocal department in the Presbyterian lay school souri T Kansas P M Witt ter A H Notes Mr T J Noble of Illinois is visiting mbecribem who re sponded last week from points outside Louisville is proud of her unparalleled his brother Mr Paul Noble on 5th of Madison county treat He reports excellent crops a This is abotat the - in entertaining AK tlit usual areekly rate There are many The visitors were variously estimated revival of business a decline of tree who know a good thing when they at J ii 10 to 400400 The actual num- silver sentiment and prophesies a Demosee it cratic victory ber was probably 300000 Mrs A Wilkes Smith will be the There were fewer accident and casualI irnii mi and halah u ties than ever known in such a crowd guest of Dr and Mrs uT Roberts duramateur performance ever explosion of a caisson ing the week of the encampment Dr iii Richmond was the rendition at The unaccountable seen of the Looiaville Region artillery killing Smith will be with Mr and Mrs James White Bush opera house Monday night four artillerymen and the colored driver Miller and will lie accompanied by an by Irvine Intra talent of the above play old friend from Ohio Louisville Times There waa nothing amateurish aboat it was the only accident of importance Fewer delayed trains than ever known The home of Miss Ann Bennett was They knew their parts thoroughly and Fewer arrests by the police than usual the scene of a verv pretty entertainment them faithfully The coaching by on such occasions Saturday night It was given in honoi Mrs Harry W Slu olierd of Bnatoa was In all the speeches made there was not of Miss Sara Seott of Lexington the perfect The unii ual lieaut of the charming guest of Miss Helen lVnnett aaaaa ladiea waa unanimously eoatceded an unfortunate remark No complaint of extortionate rates Piogressive euchre and dancing were hv the audience The costuming could from any source the order of the evening not hae been excelled M Annie The Loniavitle newspaiers published - Mabel Reruman Miss Ida Mrs otto Stoelker and daughter of Wafers MisPark Miv- - Maud Fmhry were the ladies every thing of the least importance and Montgomery Ala are visiting Mrs J M the wonder is how thev did it so accu- Ioyntz Mr Mrs Stoelker was in da Gardner E C and J W Iark W long ago the schoolmate of Mrs Ioyntz ales and R M Beiginan the gentle rately Fifty thousand old soldiers joined in They met a year ago by men The Ihmww was tilled the front accident in Montgomery and renewed the old friendwith people the hack part with the parade on Wednesdav iirt Mr Watterson delivered his lecture OB ship and are now happy in talking over The troupe richly Abraham Lincoln at Macanleys Theater the old davs w hen they were at Nazareth burger audience rved a and the house was crowded to hear him near Bardstown Ky as school girls Kii limiiiiil lluililing ami Ihiii Corpora Gen Ivan N Walker of Indiana suc Miss Mary Mathews accompanied by ceeded Gen Iawler as Coininander-In-Ch- i tia her nephew Mr George Cbraeliua of K II of the i A R Cell Hob This suhstantial concern has had Hotel ilyndon has returned from Yir printed an ahundanee of literature for son of Kentucky Vice Conmiauder-ln-Chie- f ginia Beach Norfolk Old Point Comfort gratuitous distribution especially a folder Lexington Natural Bridge St Paul Minnesota was selected as Richmond setting forth the advantage of the com and other points in Virginia Mr Cor paay J R id Corneheoa has been apÂ¬ the place of meeting next year is The Louisville Water Works Oft re- zelius says a new hotel to cost 800000 pointed soliciting agent He is an ex nearly completed at Old Point the fur nced B v I man and will take ports nine million gallons more water nishingof which will cost He 300000 nin explaining the merits of the than the average used during the week didnt find any hotel that feeds better A special train of fifteen cars of leer ciaapaay to ran He knows all alnint than the ilyndon the plan capital stock nn mix laliip in came through Richmond from CincinAmong those who took advantage ol nati for Litiisvillc on Wednesday stallnient stsk paid up atoefc withA R rate to visit their former At Wilder Park 7500 gallons of bur Â¬ the low drawalborrowers loans transfers goo and 25000 loaves of bread greeted homes in Madison are C C Benton reductiiiis etc the multitude Col Will s Hays enter Springfield Mo Adam Suyder wile and A glance at the officer is all the guar laughter Moaweijua Ishani Ills mined the oys in blue with a colored on want chorus of liki voices such pieces as Roberts Carleton Mo Lycurgus Broad J Stone Walker Iresident dus Norlmrne Mo John and Edwin Hannah Aiut You Glad You Come H J String Vice lresident predominating Jim Watts of Rich- loen Missouri Win Schatrer Decatur R F Turley Secretary mond knocked out another colored Ills O Brookshire II and John II has S lowell Treasurer Wells T J Noble Illinois Ernest Jar pugilist in a stage performance lilCKi VOBM Dudley Berry T F The pyrotechnics fell short ol expecta- man Colorado J H lowell A Wilkes Smith Thos tion and was Moore Kansas Green B Parks Mo the only thing that did F Arnold J D Dyfcea Frank I Carr harmonized beauti Mrs John H Jarnian Ills Mr Oen Sam Rice John It Chenault try and son Mo Mr Stagner Mo fully with thier former foes There was ipuite a pretty iirlor enterThe liciiulilh mis Nominate Four thousand invitations were issued tainment at the home of Mr C D The Republicans of Madison county to the ball at the auditorium A couple of eiiferprisng fellows liought Chenault Friday night- There were met at the court house Saturday Septem ber Htli l1 as kt adjournment for two thousand pics expecting to find the beautiful solos by Airs Sam Bennett of the purpose of nominating a candidate G A Rs foreordained pie eaters but lexiugton and our own Song Bird for the legislature The chairman of the they had 3700 left over and there being Miss Pattie and one by Mr Flora late An instrumental solo adjourned meeting being ahaaut the con an ordinance against throwing such stuff of the Colonels vention was called to order hv County away within the limits the pies were by the artist of music Miss Melcon program the A Chairman Wallace and Dr H loaded on a raft and turned loose in the At the end of the musical voung eople indulged in dancing The made chairman of the meeting Ohio Stewart One man ranted two vacant houses proceeds of the entertainment are for the The following were ejected m a com and filled them with cots but he got benefit of the Kentucky exhibit at the mittee to ceavaai the situation thorough Atlanta reposition Iv select I candidate and rexirt same to only four lodgers Mitsiders all over the country took ad Airs A J Tribblegavean old fashioned S Coyle J C Armthe convention C strong C C Wallaie Fank Chenault vantage of the low rates to visit their lining at her country home Thursday Madison in honor of her sister Mrs Sallie Ann homes in Kentucky Sam Carnenaar N B Howard M T old Ryhce C C Xorris C F Dark II 0 counts former residents to tiie number Crimes of Kansas Citv Mo Those who W C Tallmt C i of six or eight dropped in unexpectedly enjoyed Mrs Tribbles hospitality were ii II B Hogg Mrs Creen Turley Mrs Oeorge Ballew Dr Rhil Roberts Col J W by this means Webber Genu M D Maiison of Indiana who Mrs Margaret Watte and daughter Miss J Speisl Smith Harrison Cantarton fought against Kirhy Smith at Richmond Fan F Airs B F Deatherage and daughMiller and RolK rt Kennedy wa- - among the visitors ter Miss Lila A Mr and Mrs C E The committe- - after remaining ii hie gambling house quit 18000 w in- Clay and Col D W Tribble Mrs sioi a short while unanimously selected Crimes is the elder daughter of Mr F Tutt Rurnam aslhc Republican candi ner in one night The C A R sent at the lowest esti- Oeorge Ballew deceased and in her date for the legislature and through 1500000 in Louisville Borne young days was considered one of the spokesman E i Ptrrish presented mate their miooui to 40000o somest women of Kentucky his name to the convention in a happy place it at Cen Lucius Fairehid of Wisconsin Mr Burnaui was and pleasing manner City Deunirratie Primary Klectionimmediatelv indetaed hy the fan rent inn Fx Consul to Liverpool Ceil lew Wal- Â¬ It is ordered by the committee that a and after lieing notified by a committee of lace author of Ben Hur and Primary Election lie held in the several en C M Clay Fx to Turkey hi- - nomination responded in an imtires Â¬ sive and enthusiastic sjietah of acceptance M i ii ister to Russia were among the dis wards in the citv of Richmond on Aloii ilav September oth 1SI5 between the The convention was also entertained tinguished visitors tine of the most delightful social feat- hours of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p F Adams Dr with seeches by Ievton Stewart and H B Hogg There lieing ures in connection with the visit of the m the said primary to be conducted acno other business the convention ad- C A R was the informal reception cording to the law governing primaries The following officers are hereby apgiven by Col IVnuett H Young at bis journed sine die home on Fourtb avenue in honor of the pointed to hold said election 11 Hiiwiai A Chairman Court house Ward J E Dykes Chas famous Columbia Post of Chicago Mho Shank- - Secretary Columbia Post a year ago acted as an Jacolis Judges Joe Bush Sheriff M N As id lent Driggers clerk escort of honor to the Kentucky ex Assessor Broad us and deputies Tom Confederates in that city The organizaa Ballard C T Cniversity Ward Berry John T Fanbry and John I tion is one of the wealthiest in the Fox Judges W L Farley Sheritf C Simmons started on their rounds Mon United States The members are among K Smith Clerk day Broaddtis began in Richnoud City Hail Ward David Powers M H the best known men in Chicago The Berrv in Foxtown Finhry in Flliston memtiership is limited to 150 and eighty Pigg Judges Martin Gentry Sheriff J S Kennedy Clerk five of the members were in IxMiisville an Simmons in Kirksville districts It is ordered that all candidates band The law requires owners to list their The Erench and German That is as of Sept 15th their names each accompanied bj Institute are open to persons tba property owned by a person on the not otherwise connected with the school to defray expenses on or before Saturday Sept 4th 1805 at - oclock to Charles 15th dav of September must be listed by Should a sufficient naanbnr apply sepauiiley Treasurer of the city committee him no matter if he sells the proerty rate classes will J B Willis Chairman be formed of those not lief ore the Assessor reaches him F B Crooke Secretary r lii regular students It would be beneficial to all parties if What is the mo t popular hat of the Impure blood is the cause of boils pim- Â¬ aaeplltj owners would study the matter day The Blue Grass Hat At Walover ljefore the Anooanor cornea so ques ples and other eruptions Hoods Sarsa A Rice 14- Ik readily answered not parilla purities the blood and cures these lace i ould Not a few who read what Mr Robert only what you have but what it is worth troubles Rowls of Hollands Va has to say below Beauty The Madera The will remember their own experience under Thrive on good food and funshine with showed no baking powder like circumstancrs Last winter I had la plenty of exetcise in the open air Her so pure or so great la leav- Â¬ grippe which left me in a low state of form glows with health and her face health I tried numerous remedies none ening power as the Royal If her system blooms with its beautv of which did me any good until 1 was in Mis Hartman the Hotel Glyndou duced to try a bottle of Chamberlains needs the cleansing action of a laxative remedy the uses the gentle and pleasant Milliner will have all the latest Parisian Cough Retnedy The first bottle of it so See an- far relieved me that I was enable to attend stvles in Bonnets and Mi lirery liquid laxative Syrup ol figs nouncement soon to my work and the second bottle effected The country i wild over it What For Wallace S nd so cents per Baking Powder CJre Blue Gras stiff hat The Dr Prices Cream bottle by Hagans Pharmacy Awsrdad Gold MU MWwioter Fair Sin Frmtucsa 14 Rice Killed by the Van H Shumate a hraketuan on the L fli N was killed by the care near Ilwnon Junction Suulay He lived in Dangerously Sirk telegram from Jackson Breathitt county last night announced the ex treme illness of Dick M Kee It request ed his father O W McKee to come and bring a priest A Â¬ Â¬ It is Known By Its Cures say but what Hoods Sarsaparilla does that tells the story of its merit The thousands of people whom It has raised from disease aud despair to happi- Â¬ ness and health ara the strongest and best advertisements Hoods Sarsaparilla aas No other preparation In existence has such a record of wonderful cures This is why Hoods Sarsaparilla bas the largest sale and requires or Its produc- Â¬ tion the largest laboratory in the world It is not what we Now if you need a good medicine much good Remember why B3 ifnw rarlfira lrar3Jff7vlRir3i iUTrSniininrinSriiraDr riiiUfflfrJar rSJafSierrt nllai John n ftJ mm pa pis fjS XICLOTHINGO In all the latest thinqs to be found in the clothina market Life not try that which has done others so Â¬ Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently In the public eye ffl six for 5 t harmoniously with liOOd S PUIS ii 0Js Sarsaparilla 2ic It Was a Success MENS CLOTHING P YOUTHS CLOTHING pa BOYS CLOTHING raa iSi J - Â¬ Ml rtii ElfTri complete that we have ever shown overcoat cheaper than we can and we earnestly ask an examination of our line and we will save you money Come early while the stock is full and lay in what you need for this winter In Boys Clothing we have something entirely new I Our line is bv far the lamest and most All at popular prices No one can or will sell you a suit or Â¬ n The Country Cousiu at White Bush opera house last week was fairly well patronized It was an excellent com panv well equipped and pleased every body The thrashing machine midnight train and steamboat were natural as real ones Arthur Neville an ueeom plished violinist and a skillful instructor is engaged to give violin lessons twice a week at the Madison Institute Anyone who dcsiies lessons from Prof Neville is requested tocall on Miss Floyd at the Inatitate and ariange hours and terms Those who faW to get the advan tage of the first lessons on Wednesday Sept IStli are urged to join the class on Prof Saturday Sept 21st Neville teaches mandolin also Mandolin pupils are desired Prof Which i worse imprisonment for life or a life long disease like scrofula lor e ample The former rertainly would he preferable were it oit that Aer Sarsaparilla can always come to the rescue and give the poor tufferer health strength and happiness Â¬ fail Bj iai If r jJjVMSWWw vlAMVVv mmmmmmmmmmmMm o 400 -- mvwArH anal ll l0JfrS JUi L E 500 lm- - JSJB Pi M Â¬ P Bfjl IS a7HICH 1yra jk Tni And think of it all wo1 doubh mm 1 These bojtf suits are made with double -- eat and knee something that wont wear out double seat and knee for BEST ON EARTH 350 ill 1 frSJgj S3 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 SHFS A GOOD GIRL NOW 5N She was a coquette reaterdar As all the country kiew She tlirted with the hoys in gray And with the lads in blue She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands w ith open hands To meet IbeG A K e - This line will surprise you Nothing near like it shown here before BPECIAL FIRST Just received the rew Fall Line of Wootene now open emanating all the latest thias found in this and Come in and see them we can uit you please yoa and save Vou money We have all grades from eiLii Markets the tne t Youmana New Fall Hats and our C v M in the latest blinks SPECIAL SECOND SPKCIAl THIRD -- Big Iineoi Fall Neckwear now ready They are beauties Have them in Four-in-Han 450 Bows H Â¬ Â¬ SPECIAL FoIRTH Best Mackintosh in town Large line cheap in both Ihx and cape Coat- - Â¬ Give m a lk We will suit and phase you -- lad to Come and look anyway We will how you thro no one will sell you gooda in our line cheaper than we will -- If You Are Interested in Our Line J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When boys in blue their love would tell She blushed and turned away And smiled to hear the rebel yell Raised by the boys in gray She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands To greet the G A K she aaed to perch upon the fence The pretty little sinner And there with thinking most intense She tried to pick the winner She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with oen hands To greet the G A U The bl uegrass decked her bright hairthen Her smiles were loves own fuel Sometimes she rode with Morgans men Sometime with Gen Buell She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands To greet the G A K She trave her favors with much tact Facli kissed her rosy two lips The blue coat rode her crackajack The grav drank her mint juleps She did she did Kentucky did ha ha Bat now she stands wito open hands To irreet the i A B But when her soil was red she grew The aiuel of the fray Her tears she gave the Imys in blue Her prayers the boai in gray She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands To greet the G A K She marked the spots where heroes rest Through the immortal hours And scattered oer each quiet breast Alike her gift of flowers She did she did Kentucky did ha ha But now she stands with open hands To greet the G A R But ah grow n soberer tneatiwhiles As everv coquette should She knows now where to place her smiles Where they will do most good She does she does Kentucky does ha ha For oh she stands with open hands To greet theO A R Grown sweeter fairer with the years Oh veterans tried and true She smiles a welcome through her tears To the old red white and blue She does she does Kentucky does ha ha For here she stands with open hands To greet the U A R The latch string bangs outside her door Where every hand mav draw it And what you do not see why sure Youl get by asking for it You will you will Kentucky says ha ha Here where she stands take hearts and hands Health to the G A B Elvira Svonok Miller Keep a look out tor Miss Hartmans millinery opening which will be an nounced in these columns soon A class iu book keeping has been formed at Madison Institute The class is open to any young lady who may wish to enter it The teacher in charge held for several years the position of liook keeper iu a large dry goods establishÂ¬ t m rgjtg COVINGTON MITCHEL THE CLOTHIERS v n rjiIsraJ - aajgfglB - frUH3 pHJ MlUlUMjlIiMHmj Life Insnranre Paid NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Sept IS 1886 Rn iiMoso K Received of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark N through Pan 11 Brack Agent Bfteen thousaid and seventy eight and 79 100 nit-s Irom valuable tract of land dollars 11307879 in full payment of policy number 174 VJ on the Ufa of my Richmond on the Cnion Citv Pike joinCollins and Wiling the lands of late husband Thos S Moberley liam French and part of the P T Phelps Una Ii Moiikui ky All in grass lias been for a num farm Has the fates water in it her of ears in the county Excellent Extra ftncei Rn iiMoMi Ky Sept 12 I8B Close to c lurches anil neighborhood of the Mutual Renetit Lite schools Received I mea Address business RICHARD COBB R f aauillll Ci Company of Newark N I Dim ille Kv through Dan H Breek Agent ten thousand and twenty ami 57 400 dollars 10030571 in full payment ol policy number 14LVir on the life of the late y Col T 8 Moberley 1 rJ T FARM FOR SALE VJ 1N0PR0FIT ffiJsl IMlirliMifi m rls lMili IU r j3 - r i rf Â¬ SALE I k r- Dissolution HniiM M M - N B Da A lmr ot T s Moberley Co has this dav dissolved bv miitual consent C T Wells is now- sole propri etor All persons indebted to the above firm Those havwill please pay C T Wells ing accounts will present them lo Man for pavment V tiiir uK HJSTRENG OSen uHitionil indaeeoaeati to lute bnyen by buui THIS l rCL3ZZ Public Sale Wednesday Sept is 18953 good work mules good work horse 1 Brood mare good driver 1 stvlish road mare tine road horse Vyears old 2 year old horses matches 90 hng and p calves 1 registered Jersey cows and Bull years old 1 Jersey heifer 1 years platform spring old 1 yearling heifer Brown wagon - horse transfer wagon cultivator run one season 1 Oliver chilled plow Nos 19 and 20 other plows gear etc Sixty or seventy luir rels old corn good B H Itxox 6C0 1 1 1 1 1 The butcher firm of Hamilton M Bf Richmond C Kv T WELLS Sept 12 HAMILTON 105 goratifj a no pnIit s le By iliis u meant nil t in Um liotise must now move Profit not wanted only the money wanteil You eu litve the soods and as an indue uieiil pmita ire cut off and late DUT en et the henelit This is how we do it 5e per yard EVELDER HAS JUST RETURNED FROM-NEW-YORK 7e per yard 10c Now buys Gsauhaam that were 7 N nuhams that were s Now buvs Ginghams that were 10c c c per yard 11 1 Near Richmond Lichtning Hot Drops What a Funnv Name Ve y True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There ia No Pav WHERE HE BOUGHT AN IM MENSE STOCK Off Â¬ ca rtJ 20c per yard 35c per yard Now bjs those beautiful Picpies that were And thwe beautiful Dimities that were c And those beautiful Organdies that were 19c And those be mtiinl Ducks that were I J nl those beautiful Crepons that were 150 uc Â¬ DRY GOODS AT- Now buys those beautiful French Dimities that were Ana itiose Oeautitul Zephyr Ginghams that were 3c And those beautiful Polka Sorento tnat were 2c Now buys those beautiful Swivel Silks that were Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS - 50c per yard - ment Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ hauled and painted at the very lowest All work guaranteed to be as prices good as any in the State Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Richmond Carriage Works 39- - S L Midkiff Proprietor 1 S jrali Remaining unclaimed in the Post Office Ky for the week ending at Richmond Sep- 17 iSqs He will sell them at only a slight ad Qualities and ipiantities to suit Alfred Elijah vance Bcneaay Haw Hallie Beutly W A all sized pocket books Bownmtt Martin Betty Campbell Fred Collins Dan Collins Wallace Curry Permiller Daugierty Pleas ElliP Ton Einbry Miss Mattv Embry iSl MrfK 1 SUBMARINE PRICES 75 Dress Patterns L m Now buys those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were 75c 8 10c sold at k - Reduced from dollars to cents per yard or in other words almost cut in haf A great manv suitable for earlv fall wear This is an opportunity that onlv occurs occasion- a all i c auLi linage 01i 11 you want to save monev a 11 PfSJ Now buys that Big Towel that we sold at ioc Now buys that All 20c frS- Iinen Towel we sold uc c now naea lta Â¬ Farm for sale or exchange 54 acres half mile of city limits on impoitant pike well improved See W W Pigg or editor Climax My stock of carriages buggies Kc the handsomest and most stylish in the country Give me a call Richmond Carriage Works S L MidWiff Proprietor 39 is Garr o Wm Gilbert GarariaK Grobba Tom Grabfee Annie Harris Amanda Ibirris Millie Hacker Maria Harris Nannie 2 Hall Su mn Hamilton W 8 - Hick Sam Hud son A NOW Kill Ihol Tnunl Onlv a tew left of those Elegant Shirts Waits the Shirt Waist we s0lrl at 1 now buvs the iiua SfrtJ and 1here Â¬ Johnson J J Kates W 1 pirtv l- Â¬ 11 Miss Hartman will soon display the the finest line of millinery ever brought to Richmond Kate Prewitt For a pain in the chest a p ece of flannel Donald Reed Mason East n Musoii Mary Match J Mills J C McDonBell Miller Pearl ald Mcllatn Sally Neely A J Norris Widow I Oldam Mrs Ella OHerd Ohanou Â¬ 1 price has beer reduced on it Give us a look and see for launiilf 7 so now buvs those Men Suits of Clothing thit we sold for 10 and 9 o now bus those Mens Suits of Clothing that we sold lor 1250 130 aid s 15 now buys beauti u Mens Suits that we sold fo lio and 2250 In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same is lc Shirt Waist we for those Silk Shirt Waists we sold at not a thing in the dry goods line but what the Ergt rrHia toe Efftl vvav 50c now buys Worlds Fair Tests dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of the pain and W another on the back between the shoulders J Mary llolierts Robert OR ONLY will afford prompt relief This is especially Shankiin Miss Susie B Spraul Mrs valuable in cases where ths pain is cause I Come and see for voui V Sunup Mis Carrie E bv a cold and there is a tendency toward Sanders Mrs E William Simpson Wm H ElDEKS BARGAIN STORE pneumonia For sale by Hagans Phar Stewart Smith Mary Smiley Bob Smith J P macy A hacking cough keeps the bronchial tubes in a state of constant irritai on which il not seedily removed may lead No prompter remto chronic bronchitis edy can be found than Ayers Cherry Pectoral Its effect is immediate and the Miss Emma D Preston Mc Pollock Joe RP Reed Pattie Riley Miss Edna RoyeeT Mrs lice THINK OF A FINE ll-L- -l our Colored Shirts that we sold for 75c now hnvs our Colored Shirts that we sold for 125 now buys our olorrd Shirts that we sold for rUiS recognize former prices Mens Underwearlo cut ericesonsaineiavele so much that vou will nrt jlllWU 1 tc ISfrfiJ shoeXr I jJ3 Sjs EV 61 OC Prices tllW induce you hveoniv heen Oaak We every vard in the house and make prices so lacy wat will This is a r profit tale We mean everv w nestlj ask you to give us a look We will save you money and give vou good gonjs Moftirirr on these will vou lo buv if to close out go and values Stoekuuui result permanent Tillett Sallie Todd Turner tieorge Turner Julia has VanmcU r Alice O Walker Annie White Harry Ci Yak Andersoii Persons calling fur above will please say advertised iLM Tallxlt II WI WC A n w line ot buggies carriages sur ries eeroocbea and w agons just received They are dandies Come and see them Made of the best materia and guaran teed Prices lower than ever before H J STREN6 i m Richmond Carriage Works 59- JB Willis PM - b L Midkiff Proprietor iSllIhMiJliiMilgi a anttfftilBlrfiJ mlMrJMf ars rsis firs rs Well Satisfied with Ayers Hair Vigor rlv forty years sans aftr eoiuf weeks if sickness my hair tiirneti jrniy I lieiran usiiij Ayers Vixor and tas m weli satis licil iu rMilts that have of dress- liever triad any oilier creek to Aoarrllle cut the northward ro rar which Gen Thomas marched at Kellys farm hence to become historic At Kellys farm Gen Thomas weary di visions halted Thomas posted Bairds di vision at Kailya house On Bairds left and north of him Brannans di was posted Tbe two divisions were placed so as r the roads lending from Alex ander s and Reeds vi iii I - lnl It 0C MtaalBu reqiiiresonly an occasional appli- of AYFRS iTr r humors friends br Hair lu iaror 1o keen PIK1 1lir Jjiliiiut and Mrs II iriin falling out I never Iomiiieiitl Ayers n M jreent to heal bridges nnd Lam beth ford across the Cbickamanga Tbe design was aiuo aaaj akshlom thus to interoept baiku Braces attempt to ickamauca anil advance towards Chattanooga Theroads at which Bairdand Brannau were postcil both lad into th t i rllle road w hicii was the key so th - the liesi- - Ion Haiiit reserve at Rossville On the evening of Bapd IS Col Dan JlcCook of Oraitp couiuiand made a reconnoisaance the Chiekamauga am burned i as iiangers onaaBaaad AYERS Hair Vigor A I an it Thomas that one Confederate was aires hickamauga on had burned the u them it would bepjssibie by aaaara tawadkols tiKiy with the early dawa n I He re-- exxneme Confederate right to oppose-- 1 Thomas C3eburne bad six miles to traverse ever a road choked with army baggage It area aunet raffcaa be gained the place to which be had been assigned Here be at v tacked Bmimans divisiiw so vigorously that be captuned 3 guns 2 flags and 300 prisoners At tbetune of Cleburnes attack with the fresh division from HdTs corps Gen Thomas was in rue act of reforming his divisions to give tbem a better position for the ban le of the morrow which he saw to be inevitable Bairds division was Dlaced on the extreme left Jobnxm next to Baird and Palmer next to Johnson on the right To the right of Palmer was the urvision of Geo Joseph J RevnoLK There were two Gen Reynolds in the army of the north during the war Brig Cmii Jhn F was killed at Gettysburg July 1 lsCi Brig Gen Joseph J of the Army ef the Cumberland was a division in kr at the battleof Chickamauga In Gen Thomas new arrangement of his division Brat man was assigned as a reserve t the r nr Hiid nght of Reynolds division derate Cleburneleft In the fresh attack oa Thomas Th lighting on the late hi the afternoon king column Cheathams d vi imi was dcsieritc for a time during tada attack A brave and ular Confeder ate aaaear Brlr tien xVaatoa Smith was to the directed Crittenden on the contrary to KT refill his divisions out rnnra and farther to the left The Union droops were very carefully posted so as to cover both the approaches to Chattanooga over the Rossville and the Dry Valley roads Thi two roads came torrether at Rossville would be made on the Union left The commander felt sure that the attack He there- Â¬ fore sent orders to Negley to move up to Gen Thomas At the same time JlcCook was to close of tbe gap left by Negley Then Rosecrans moved off to t he left where he believed tbe battle would begin Re- Â¬ turning once more to tbe right e found that his orders to McCook aud Negley had not been olieyed ii Â¬ artthtwohi BATTLE Daaaaaaa moved aHaikwl the CoufeUivjiorted OF SEPT 19 banaat - DrJC Take MB Attrt Sarsapanlla tor the Coapexise OBIdAMADGi One of the Blooital Battles ol the nil War 19 AND 20 1863 SEPTEMBER Tin attack of Gen TV aaaa at early mom- the settle of Cbickamauga Bat it was not the ojieuing I bad anticipated Sep Is Bragg ja e his orders to his gen- rawxtday Bat tstaaaa aaata to cross the hikimauga nt thre diff rent points from Reada bridge on the aorta aaat by iders bridge south anl tinrd by Ted- - lord still furthers mt h 1 re nil north Of Iee o Gordons out ahK h on the west bank af iiiekamauga iter jsirtlon I At one time during theaftcrnoon a portion Brajs army actaaJHy crossed the Ross Â¬ ville road and obtaioed jiossssion of it Gen Van Cleve bald tla cent r of the Union d in the tight of the morning after At oclock Van CJeves ranks were riblo Confederate Are and fell lark i l melh Gwat W B Hazeus the Hoss ville road Now Vaa CsBVB is in for it exclaimed nazen lie sprang uhiii kit horse and fonneil his regiments in the rear or Van Cleve to support his stagger ing lines But the weight of a lying division was too Back for one brig- Â¬ ade to liold itself Steady under Ha Â¬ zeus brigade wa3 also borne down On came the tri- umphunt masses of Lonfi deratcs till of quiy of Tke Armies or Bratrg and liosecrans Meet at IasL Th Story Told a Cuart r of a ontnrv Later Afle r Tlire Months of awanaeS Inc nrmca Make a stand and right R enforred from Iasr at nirtimoml und Jonuat a In Mii He Wins a A or Iatnl Sap In the Inlaw 1ji ThHU ihf Uork of hick 4rfi lir Hide uiuica D i btikv 11 the Union Hill bad the of i i rate line as aasawK aaaa ai t Bead the tr il i battle of Ciiickaniaupa seek place with a Sept 13 The beavitwt figfotiug was on th and on Sunday i Tuo engagement of tfild rs mounted in nd s t IS was tli faDtr at It occur eianieilliBj signal of tbe lttred near Lbb Gdrdooi mdl while lYuten deu in hetii nw t Ioj rmis riW was HooeotratinK hi- - Tiia CES J B U was the art of LoeajBar pres nt at Tne re t bad not yet r The Federal line xen ied from Kelly ih Spring on e north a rules Bragg a order coaternptatad first Ilia hi uk oT the Cadekav i in the order named then a gou I ass ard and a Ie 1 hfu It will Sept aaat from the CaaaWawxaaa right Oordana mll on tlie left ek aa the aj - sasacaaad from raj move 1 - le seen that the attack of Gen - - army u 19 ng 0f It a S aaaaah changed this plan of battle dry that Oea Thomas it taaed on the r d The oUu T ti attTkmg Union t iMitons the earth and air seemed dusky with ine regi them ment alone if Ha rt ns brigade stood rx its ground Tliat was the Forty fiiat OhioCoi AnnHa Wiley As h the flying menVfrom Van levers broken ranka pouring m alwaaa ujkjii him IViley quickly parted hia regime at by The fugitives passed through coinianis if and Wiley quickly cios d u his line again As the Confederates ndvanced on the run in pursuit th y were met by a volley from Ohio the Forty first thai staggered a il Bsaaaad them for a brief spac e Hastily reloading Wiley was v blow He able another did this by quickly changing front and Bring after the Confederates as they hi right Then loading once more as tbe skillful commander tumid hit lieu again to the front at u double anuek and the fresh mase of i tea By this means he cheeked tat a till he could move to the rear i tm form a new line At t Confederates were actually the road to Chattanooga nere the forces of IIokI and Ifcishrod Â¬ Â¬ izm Rosecrans repeated the orders peremptor ily to Negley Crit-Â¬ tendens corps be rest he now ordered that to fill the space left by Once more be told McCook to keep- eiaaad up to vnrl the left at all hazard Again the nnxiois chief rode over to Neg lrys corps only to Bad that Negley had still not moved GEN KEOLEY He was waitnr tor the relief to come to take his place in the line The commander-in-chie- f himself dis patched Negley then at once But long ere this the batte had begun During the night of Sept ll Gen Thomas always mindful of the safety of his troops had ordered rude breastworks thrown up in front of his line Some were breast high and behind them lay the four divisions who were to bear the brunt of that days battle They were Bairds Johnson Palmers and Reynolds Because of these very breastworks the attack on the right of Thomis divisions was unsuccessful Bat to his left where Baird was his line dad not extend to Reeds bridge Baird apprised him of this on the night of the 19th and Thomas at once asked that Negley lie sent to him to a rcure his left flank from assault The order was given to McCbok and Crittenden hut obeyed in the tardy manner described The battle began at SikOa av and Negley did not reach Thomae for an hour after that The C nf demite attack began as Rose crans had expoeted on the k ft Breckinridges division advanced on tbeCoefeder ate right with Cleburnes division to the left of Breckinridge These b longed to D H Hills corps l Â¬ Confederetes took advantage of this fatal gap in tbe line Longstreet poured the whole Confederate loft wing into the space and wheeled his force around towards his own right The Union army was cut ifrtwo The coi ps of CrittenThey den and McCook were struck in flank were driven from tbe field The Union line of battle that had stood so bravely from north to south in the morning was bent back All south of the divisions of Baird und Johnson were rolled lack ward till they extended from east to west almost at right angles to the position they held in the morning Through the gap swept the Confederate forces of Stewart Hood Beaoknw Johnson Pn ston followed as a supand Hindman port They poured through the breach like waters over a broken laeaa 6outh of the brer McCook was left with only a portion of Sheridans and Davis divi- sious lie ordered these to quickly change front and attack the Conftd Â¬ FIVE PICTDBE Paintings of the Glorious Beauties of HeAven Of Jesus Christ the Saviour of sinners Of Stephen stoned to Heath 1reach- ho vthile Dying Prayed iiib for Ills Ir Tal- mscea Seriuou fr Slyr In his sermon for Sunday Rev Dr Talmag e chose a theme as picturesque He as it was spiritually inspiringgrouped his disccurse in Five PicBar tures The text selected washold I see the Heart ns opened Acts - vii i ro -- at ON THE UNION LEFT rrcsts cavalry of V OB and iiack like l were twil rigades ifantry Craatua droaa the Theaa bn infantry ms fa tura advanced ack uivjii Kaird and were - the road t cimttaiooga wn the road and br 1 Baird and 0 a U A I fit Ha aa 1 I r u Se from c ere hovever many more Confed- erae thai one Btkaaaral bain the viitiity of the Reeds bndgi i Baird after 5 lek Ector ai Wilson aawawd t this nee I Liddella rate divaaoa truck him Union tr il again as a w n Iiack from th When i it led stranded on b en frTrTftr battery una battery Theaa were Vision of by the victorious re t Irtuuan a receding wave again j into position some hoteries there With these he enfUadrdthe ConfeaV rrates as they bore onward over the grouiui - division had yielded a K tnberley writes of the situation at Ca Sept 19 Bragg this i me a road and crossedcut the Army of the Cumberland r two in bu cue rcgimeut ot - The heavy Kittle of jhe day began about ewat Breckinridge and Cleburne- made u tremendous assault en the Union left Negley had only just arrived there Beams brigade of bisvdi vision was struck heavily by Breckinridge ami driven back There were no breastworks in front of tbe Union line here With Bairds division of the UnicA line began the breastworks On the right of Baird was Johnsons- division of McCooks corps To the right of Johnson was Gen John M Palmers division ofCrittendens corps BreckiarieVa had suggested to his com mander D H Hill the attack on the ex treme Federal left in front of Beatty where there weie no breastworks He proosed with two brigades to try to get in the roar of Jaaaaf the Union breastworks Hill gave V 3wV V permission The movement Â¬ Â¬ Bin Â¬ them was tbe brigade of the gallant and lamented Gen William H Ljtle of Cincinnati The i soldier poet obeyed his commanders order and rode to his death on the GEN W H LYTLK of Chicka field mauga A beautiful monument marks bis grave in Spring Grove cemetery Cincinnati It was Impossible for the few brigades with Tbey McCook to stay the tide of battle were overpowered and captured At the moment when the ae xmt made changBtaaraJof Rosecrans divisions ing position and were in transit to Thomas on the left They were taken at a disad vantage und utterly routed Davis division was thus lieaten Sheridans division was the last on the When the Confederates Union right struck their blow two of Sheridans brigades were in the act of marching to the left to aid Thomas They encountered the advancing enemy and endeavored to check them but in vain They were repulsed and fell back on th Dry Valley road There they reformed and had a second unsuccessful tight Then they retreated westward and hy a circuitous route reached Rossville Thence they ad vanced to the aid of Thomas To sum up Davis und Sheridans wholo divisions had lieen driven from tho field Part of the divisions of Wood Van Cleve and Brannau had lieen defeated and thrown into onfiisiou Tne brigades from ths that escaped were those that had gone to join Thomas Tho Confederates captured over 2000 prisoners 40 guns and vast quantities of army supp There was now left of the Union army s the Rock of Chickamauga With bim were tbe divisions of Baird Johnson Palmer and Ueyi ol Is WhkI and Brannau had formed anew in a line from east to aaat lea of Ncgleys and one of Van Tv Clees were with them Thecoqs of Mo Cook and Crittenden had beta beaten What had tieeonie of Th nias was the question now in the Baked of the commander in chief asaaaaaaa was cut off entirely from his left by the sea of men in gray that surged lietween Â¬ Â¬ wt-i-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fh erates ol e ed Among They He did not know aUBXBBBBBBBBBBB V7Q EN UJ i pi But Hazens batteries and that one regi saant kept the Confedi i atia hack until Beg stys division came to the reacoe when the Coufedciates a via in turn driven Then nig t am the close of the day battle canto r J Heroic nd thrilling incidents there w ero at CI n Vxnauga in plenty Capt J W Miller Draw literary editor of Tho Cincinnati Bni Hway in anted by a m iaa H and mi - im I - Mon in and 1 corna H Lawfish Sj ring hud arrived arrival it would have een h i on the wntt n a reBBinianence of tsaaridaa m that days tight 1 wn Sheridan lead one if his hi LaibowTa under lire ucross a cleare ead piasf It exactly where he wanted it He cam ack on bis famous black r aw him on any other with hat ishmg and face gkMsaag with ion af the battlefield He passed me then turned in his stnniis Wre driving tbem d rn them In two or three minutes he came lu view igam with another brigade AFTER I i from Lees BJ r i autho- - t Biles c Mc-- The Johnson arrived DARK at the night of Bept next days latih i pre Roaatraae 19 assemble1 his eil i at Unana in the western of that da ii with Wii n e-- jia At tin the aaat side ot M ie t iias at Mlssfcai iiurry ufc first finding himself isiittsi i nw beil Mjm from sue rest uf the nt Widow matii rs nt his headquarters Glenns house All of his army except two brigade- - had been in action that day Another days lighting was before them that protin- - I K- si il hotter than the one just passed Thebattle the next day must be for the safety of tbe army and the Â¬ i ctijis cou- - gades making the attack were those of Adams and StovalL Beatty whs iu the rear of Bairds division It scem d possible that Adams and Stovall might in flanking the Union left But at the wry moment when the Union lino was thrown mt confusion order was restored through the heroic act of a Federal colonel He snatched his regimental flag from the col r arer waved it aloft and beaded bis horse directly toward the advancing Con federatas Instantly bis own men rallied around him Thus was formed a nucleus where a successful stand against the Confederates was made Then came re enforcements from and the Confederate tide was stayed The two lrigidv were ln aten back Adams th leader of one Mas wounded and captured As Adams ncd Stovall attacked Beatty nnd threw Bias into confusion the Confederate s Helm mid Cleburne advanced against Baird fruit and attacked heavily But in front of Ifctird began the Ira la i art worKS i bey w re continued aV Union line towards the right in front of Johnson Palmer 9t and Reynolds The 4 Union troops behind their defenses calmJy wale l Â¬ JOHXM Ps LMi r nit Iu itiii m ith good prospect of success The two Uonf ederate b r i - whether T h om as still held his ground or whether he too hail not lieen over wheliniil At this time G n James A Qavfiead - B - fw S5g ok cjicka be- Â¬ Boat- the hock aAtOA of s taffj made the journey on horseback that has come historic cranschef GARFIELDS FAMOUS RIDE Â¬ The brave chief of staff left the com mander in chief at Rossville and rode around a distance of many lniles threading his way through bullets and gathering foes till he reached the Umon left and found it BUo1 linn Gen Thomas the hero of Chickamauga on learning of the at to the right possession of Chat- Â¬ iiuti sent loa liaci satCoak aaaae a The order r l frasa TnoBBBn It be received cain U move two d iusu ait tons were his cortis t Stevens an ana leave n ird the wagon tram k the v knit ranpe was whligiIorecroaB ltaiilufTi i a BaarCB of great hardship and fatigue reached Mrf a 17 m tbe nv With him leaden ha - corps and so aaou train V Y t LEE A GORDONS again n this day of MILL f- - icre turned to mow contn-c-- t ih Thomas o fhickamauga creek Baft 14 lie moved his rxvps eneapt Woods division to Mission 1 tured varying fortunes i became Oea rates eated before the aft art of B The re is lost heavily m killed end wet isli the Union guns they had cap nl purs - Uk OEN H tanooga said Ro aecrans OnthoUn ion side Rosecrans gave his orders for Sept fit Thomas his r wns v yJjMjSt lint- justcontinuefail- as the h TaBBacSrJt iic darkness found it forming the left of the army Chat-B was to the left of Thomas Mc- aaaaad r VAN CIEVE ix -- - Â¬ I an Woods division of Crittendens corps Iaee 4 Bar 4a us aailb on the west wank of Chicka aaauga Sept the three corps ca Has extreme left under Reynolds waa th west fork of Chi kamauca canes Ian Sanaa at ilreiock As L idel fled a in Oea Krazg m tbe ar- wa latda palatini ima tham was t s quickly organ- T mrai fnak ill se to the right of Tmmas his own right cowering kaadqaartara al Widow Qseaaa house CMt- ten en wa ordered to have two divisions in rearrvejoa back the junction of McCook and Thomas s as to support either ia case of Bead Was t Ik- In line in were once more in Tfci d i s at aapport i n tame of one an Bragg wai Hadwar JgiBgaW i ing heavy re-faTafareoieuti- - freni army atHi-h- GZ T j wod This Kosecraos became aware of anood Bept 16 and his anxiety was gmatly in- - Ibaerrans army t attack tbe oi cupied He ordered his generals do concentrate along the east hank- - of the Oiickamaoga The Imou army was by dfcpt 18 conooitrate Tbe vital point t both trim va iowthe atiad from Lafavevre to i hattanooa This read paaaea through a Ridue BoasviUe Whichever therefore could gap at P oarrilie was sore of i hat this At this time there was at Chatta- jga only one hrif ade of Union troops Gordons mills costs and at ere the road to Chattanooga touchc ickamanga creek there was for several rs only one of Uuiiu aods An atta K from iragg auv time a bept n the Ltayette and ttanooaa road would have secured it to Confederates But Brsgg was waiting wx uforaementA Wnen at length he ready to attack Rosecrans bad his three supporting distance army lay S t 1 it faced JrhnansaT creek to the eastward A earn called Craw fish spring flows into tio at aide of UieChickamaui a a shrt aav Iec Gordoos uiill asaoai ssaad and north of Crawfish spring the rav aa grouped ok on the right Tnomas in the e left This po-must - remembered in or- the kitaauon of theiatb the first 1 f clearly m the tiiuid swavatry aad Miijtys avalry were the northward at intervals dui word His Paion army frorc Sept 13 to 17 i Once more Brairg rerred to reiaratin te swaawaawa laad atiJ srawai st tr Crittenden at flBaflak Spring hal taen the aaaaaaaibilit of a raJaaara divi 1 I Th tn ii j boI is dirhd i of own corps reached the ground about a baae aatk lu But n w great derates ap peared aa nuga There seemed no ead BO them Behind nam was A P St ivarts aalsaiua from corns It contained 1200 men An Thomas puraoed arja Stewart nurso vigorously that an was t rce1 back x1 I aa hi carneto the support of Palmer r lu ta ootonin organized to pursue Behind t rate drraaaa of A P Stewart ere t more tho e f lhsxl and awadtroil Johnson Th lap the at tack of Stewnrt strongly drivmg back both Palmer and Van Cleve It was now near 8 oclock in tbe afternoon Die ror of battle was growing more nnd more tcrrfio The Uioon troops liab MTinaal down atC uwiish Spring knew by tue und graduully to the rd tliat Thomas men were lieng driven Tbe divisions of Wood Davis 6heridnn and finally Negley were sent one aft r anotlier to the seem of action Van Cleves Union ihvision was hurled buck next 11viindsi next Davis was driven eaaas Brisk his division in time to stay briefly the victorious C ita tide when ho too was aUut to succumb But Gen Phil Sheridans division came oa Just in tine to save VTood division and tbe day Half past 4 brought Negley s division It wen into the fight on tbe hard pressed center una hurled into the Confderales vol- sliot tliat QBByooaU not withstand They retreated and Negley pin ami tbem tiil i D H Hill on the extreme Coufoderat an attack during the dav of the ltuat iiassmill not far from Lee dons mill Oik- of Brock inn g brigades was cruised over the Chickamaugaand made an attack oa bad been left at Crawfish Spring Baa dive the Federal lct u the the hard pressed forces there vestbat at this moment it aa admirable piece of tao- -- Immediately after dark the order was given for the Union troops to go into posi- Â¬ tion The divisions were formed in lino just as they came without reference to the corps U winch they belonged saaaeatraet reached Bragg from the east at 11 p m Hoods division of hiscorps had arrive before and had taken in the battle that day T it night Bragg in raili- tary parlance changed his organization in face of the enemy as commanders are a not to do Bracz divided his army into two wings the right under Polk the left under Ixmgstreet To Polk were osrigiie1 the forces of Hill Weaker and Cheatham with Forrests cavalry Wita Longntrect wen- - to be the commands of Baekaer Hood and Hindmau aud Wheelers cavalry asaajatraal and Polk were with Bragg on the night of the 19th He gave to tlmm lug wing commanders orders to attack the Union lines at daylight But D H Hill at n proper preparation was madotfor sm an attack The troops were not i a ii i be himself did not hear that he had 1 irt Bosdiara smithem were witliin range a terrific fire tr ieaa-vaRiyPalmers division was nd d aaj y H HELM rored into their I faiT nai Halms brigade was amiost cut to pieces Beat Helm himself was shot and fe I lead among his men The officer next in Command withdrew thebrigade On the left of Palmers division Johnsons men continued the fire Palmer had begun On the right Gen Reynolds took it up Load and fire at willwas the order passed right and left along tbeRJnlon line Under Uns witbenngjfire the Corfederates wavered tun stopped Then they fell slowly back into the shelteriof the woods whence they came The men who fonghttin the Union army the JOthof Septem ber suffered torturing thirst Braggs army had crossed to the west bank of the Chickamauga They had got possession of the springs which supplied the Union iroops the day he-They lav in sSsf Mvm ore ScsVWt wait for tbe squads vV of Union men who BrsHROD JOHNSON were sent for water end captured them A writer says Details of men were sent for water and never returned There was not a drop of water aa the whole field and men and officers resigned tbemsel ves to the torments of thirst The diagram telow shows the relative positions of the Union and Confederate armies on the morning of Sept 20 jt-7 Â¬ aaat Wis a the Â¬ Sq Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ TnoMAS rnlTTENDEN MCrw IK POLK LOSGSTFarr i be signed Polk till after n mid- to - Thus arranged the Union army faced east ward the Confederates westward Off the east of lioth armies Chickamauga creek flowed on its way northward The Union divisions stretched in a long irregular line lietwcen Thomas and McCook Dp to 11 oclock all went well for tbe Federal cause Thomas divisions had stood their ground They had borne the brunt of battle ind sustained themselves Â¬ Â¬ placed the troops with him in a osi tiou of his own selection It was ujiou a curving range of hill celled Horseshoe ridge He placed himself fo-js-- r with his back against a rock CrN STEED3IAH and stood h i s ground for six hours against the related of tin whole Confederate army Baa field reached Thomas and was greeted warmly The glorious soldier told him he had seven divisions and a number of detachments intact and was confident he OOald still hold his ground against any nuinU r of assaults There were with him fftgOfal troops Garfield hastily dispatched the good news to tbe chief At Rossville Rosecrans had parted from Garfield The aide went to find Thomas the commander rode hastily to Chattanooga to prepare a refugo for the reninunts of his broken urinv if the defeat was total or to forward ammunition and supplies if Thomas was still nit t McCook and Crittenden escaping from the wreck sixni after joined him While they Bat dejectedly together a dispatch was bunded to Risecraus It was the one Garfield sent from the Union left Rosecrans hastily read it Thauk God he exclaimed the day isnt lost yet Gentlemen ho said to McCook and Crittenden this is no plan- for you Go at om o to your commands at the front The dispatch Mated new life into him He or dried Wagner to take his brigade stop the flying stragglers from the fmut and reorganize them Heat once sent supplies to meet the army at Rossville Thomas fought till night then withdrew his army to Rossville At the most critical period Of the afternoon Gen Gordon Granger brought his reserve force on the field from Rossville to the aid of Thoin- - and saved the day His advance brigade was led by Gen J B Steedman Gen Steed man took a regimental color in bis own hamls and led a victorious charge against Longstreet and took possession of a perilous gap m the Union line At dark the Confederates gave up the fight and left the field Their last attack was repulsed with the naked bayonet In his rej rt Rosecrans makes especial mention of ihe gal antry of th cavalry under kfiaty Mitchell and Wilder In the two days battleof CtnakaaBBaea BoaBBraoa lost over KlOOO men Bragg lb ecn The Union nrmy was all guthend it Ci i BBaOOga by Sept 22 The success of Bri g at Chickamauga is classed iu war history us a barreu victory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hastily Ited saadtaaj Head l But yon have gut The better to hearwhat yiuiiy my darling siid flic wolf aud hit eyes gland gieiner than ev r What large green eves yimliave got baid little Red Knliii Hood Kraiidina ranliim to Date what loag si iff ears i Poh sent baa tiie word a n d told him to come to Alexan I Wl dera bridge Hill moved h i s a At were eating their bred-f-- t m THE UNION RIGHT 7i forward - time an order came bishop polk from Oea Polk di- reeling Hil bgin the attack A meaaeu ger had lieen sent to Hill in thenigtit with an order to attack at daylight but it failed to reach him Hill was forming his line when at 8 oclock Gen Bragg rode up to him and de-si why he had not made the attack at dawn as commanded Hill replied that he had uot heard anything about it Bragg said angrily I found Polk after sunrise 6ittmg down reading a newspaper at Alexanders bridge two miles from the line of battle when he ought to have been fighting This is denied bv Polks sou Â¬ Attics fm m J a Seeing in the beginning that be would be herd pressed Thomas had sent to Rosecrans asking urgently for re enforcements Rosecrans 6eut answer back to Thomas that he should be supported If it took away tbe whole corps of McCook and Crittenden Negleya division was already on the way to Thomas and Van Cloves was started at once Rosecrans ordered Gen Wood to close up on Reynolds and support him meaning that be should take position on the right of I k a t officers A mis division of understanding this order caused the mistake which waa tbe undoing of 1 he Union force on the right Tne first part of the order given to Wood Â¬ Â¬ eVnaRanaannkjjfjeaaaaaw 7v bo frightened she knew say ant what to BATTLE OF SEPT 20 rui-rt- ion nat save Cuattanooea at all risk the Union army must spend nortfcr adl ha Vu to guard the road lead aug baa Cauckamauga ereet - RoasviUa The center corps of kaoeed paatiioa f the time tea al -l- oon and during the night 18 soarefaed his corps except Me- the north to protect toe egk ys division was left wJadtogaardthe f nd t ue Chickanjaaaaa aaav Crawfish apnng aa Thaaaaand his aoidier B fairht kajfi Th rsay t- fpderatesto attack tils thinned Union forces i ft at Lee Guidons mi But thut was no part of Bragg aaaa 1 Baf m Bragg hlnaaaT V JW K aw P Blu feto I pajgm be ordered D U Hill to send As tbe light dawned Sept 20 the atmos- Â¬ phere was murky aud full of vapor like London in a fog At daybreak Gen Rose crans in person rode all along his line with I staff Gen James A Garfield and other aides Rntjpcrans made some changes in his line bidding M tbe light shorter and more orapact He found tbe same fault iks alignment of the right wing that be had done at Stone river tho line was too long aud thin The commander-in-chie- f Â¬ uabfield should make line of battle more conip act on tbe right of Reynolds The second part meant that be should move to the rear of Reynolds Tbe order was written by one of Rosecrans aides who was notu military man fieu Wood interpreted the second part of Rosecrans order technically and obeyed it He moved towards the rear of Bruiinans division who waa next on the right of Reynolds Â¬ meant that he his The batter to see you with my child chuckled tho wolf showing his ugly teeth ramhna what a large mouth and oh v hat big teeth you have got Ah ah all the liettr to tear you to pieces ami eat ymi with said thu wolf thiowing off his diaB oina Wo would offer no objection to the Unlimited use of stiver at its leal value Let tin- government offer to coin it of conveiiieut size and stamp tin in according to their weight and nue- iud let them pass current at their actual value How many of the silver owners would take advantage of their silver in that vav Not any but no Ala - THE FATAL GAP htburne divialoa raaaroa aarra a Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Hair Highest Award Woodlhad dropped oat of the Union line This leftja gap Bushrod Johnson of Long streets coinmrnd saw the vacant space and poiuteuit out to his general instant y tbe fewmiaa Stephen had been preaching a rous ing sermon and the people could not stand it They resolved to do as men would sometimes lke to do in this day if they dared with some plain preacher of righteousness kill him The only way to silence this man was B to knock the breath out of him they rushed Stephen out of the gates of the city and with curse and whoop and bellow they brought him to the ciiff as was the custom when they wanted to take away life by stoning Having brought him to the edge of the cliff they pushed him off After he had fallen they eaiue and looked down and seeing that he was not yet dead they beiran to drop stones upon him stone after stone Amid this horrible rain of mis si cs Stephen clambers upon his knees folds his hands while the blood drips from his temples and then looking up he makes two prayers one for himself and one for his murderers Lord lesus receive my spirit that was for Lord lay not this sin to himself their charge that wns for his murderers Then from pain and loss of blood he swooned away and fell asleep I want to show ou today five pictures Stephen ga ng- into ii aven Stephen looking at Christ Stephen stoned Stephen in his dying prayer Stephen asleep First look at Stephen gazing into Heaven llcforcyou take a leapyoti want to know where you are going to land Before you climb a ladder you want to know to what point the ladder reaches And it was right that Stephen within a few moments of Ilea Ten should be gating into it We would all do well to be found in th same posture There is room enough in Heaven to A man of large ki ep us gazing wealth may have statuary in the ball and paintings in the sitting- room and works of art in all parts of the house but he has the chief picture in the art gallery and there hour after hour you walk with catalogue and glass and ever increasing admiration Well Heaven is the gallery where Bod has gathered the chief treasures of His realm The whole universe is His pal In this lower room where we ace stop there are many adornments tesÂ¬ sellated Moor of amethyst and on the winding cloud stairs are stretched on canvas on which commingle azure and purple and saffron an i gold But Heaven is the gallery in which the chief glories arc gathered There are the brightest rope t ere arc the richest crowns there the highest exhiiira tions St John says of it The kings of the earth hall bring- their honor and glory Into it And I see the procession forming and in the line come all empires and the stars spring up Into an arch for the hosts to march under They keep step to the sound of earthquake and the pitch of the avalanche from tbe mountains and the Hag they bear is the Hame of a consuming world and all Heaven turns out with harps una trumpets and myriad voiced acclamation of angelic dominions to welcome them in and so the kincs of tbe earth bring their honor and glory into it Do you won der that good people often stand like Stephen looking into Heaven We have many friends there There is not a man here so isolated in life hut there is some one in Heaven with whom he once shook hands As a man gets older the number of his celestial acquaintances very rapidly mulWe have not had one glimpse tiplies of tbem since the night we kissed them good by and they went away but still we stand gazing at Heaven As when some of our friends go across the sea we stand on the dock or on the steam tug and watch them and after awhile the hulk of the vessel disappears and then there is only a patch of sail on the sky and soon that is gone and they are all out of sight and yet we stand looking in the same direction so wncn our friends go away from us into the future world we keep looking down into the Narrows and gazing and gazing as thoug h we expected that tbey would come out and stand on some cloud and give us one glimpse of their blissful and transfigured faces While yon long to join their com- Â¬ panion ship and the years and the daya go with such tedium that they break your heart and the vipers of pain and sorrow- and bereavement keep gnawing at your vitals you will stand like Stephen gazing into Heaven You wonder if they have changed since you saw them last You wonder if they would recognie your face now so changed has it been with trouble You wonder if amid the Berried delights they have they care as much for you as they used to when they gave yea a helping hand and put their shoulder under your burdens You wonder if they look any older and times in the evening tide when the house is all quiet you wonder if vou should call them by their first name if they would not answer and perhaps sometimes you do mane the experiment and when no one but God and yourself are there you distinctly call their names and listen and sit gazing into Heaven Pass on now and see Stephen looking upon Christ- - My text says he saw the Son of Man at the right hand of God Just how Christ looked in this world just how he looks in Heaven we can not say The painters of the different ages have tried to imagine the features of Christ and put them upon canvas but we will have to wait until with onr own eyes we see him and with our own ears we can hear him And yet there is a way of seeing him and hearing him now 1 have to tell you that unless you see and hear Cnrlst on earth you will never see and hear Him in Heaven Look There He is Behold the Lamb of Goal Canyon not see Him Then pray to God to take the scales off your eyes Look that way try to look that way His voice comes down to you this day comes down to the blindest to the deafest soul saving Look unto me all ye ends of the earth and be ye saved for I am God and there is none else Proclamation of universal emancipation for all slaves Tell me ye who know most of the worlds history what other king ever asked the abandoned and forlorn and the wretched and the outcast to come and sit beside him Oh wonderful invitation You can take it lo day and stand at the head of the darkest alley in all this city and say Come Clothes for your rags salve for your sores a throne for your eternal reignA Christ that talks like that ing and acts like that and pardons like that do you wonder that Stephen stood looking at Him I hope to spend eternity doing the same thing I must see Him I must look upon that face onee clouded with my sin but now radiant with my parcon I want to touch that hand that knocked off my shackles I want to hear the voice that pronounced my deliverance Behold Him little children for if you live to three score years and ten you will see none so fair Behold Him ye aged ones for He only caD shine through the dimness of your failing eyesight Behold Him earth Behold Him ileaven What a moment when all the nations of the savec shall gather around Christ All faces that way All thrones that way gazing- ou Jesus Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stoned The world has always wanted to get rid of good men Their very life is n assault upon wickedness Out with Stephen through the gates of the city down with him over the Let every man come up precipices and drop a stone upon his head Rut these men did not so much kill Stephen Kvery as they killed themselves stone rebounded upon them While these murderers were transfixed by the scorn of all good men Stephen lives in the admiration of all Christendom Stephen stoned but Stephen alive All So all good men must be pelted who live godly in Christ Jesus must It is no eulogy of suffer persecution a man to say tliat everybody likes him Show tne any one who is doing- all his duty to state or church and I wi show you a score of men who utterly 1 fa worth If all the nations knew Sure the hole earth would love Him too I pass on BOW and look at Stephen Sfiroioia S - IEITOKTEIULft BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Minx Delia Stevens of Boston Mass I have alwavs suffered from writes for which I tried hereditary Scrofula mnA eat J tlii auu tan v rallihUi TnriUUa none relieytrd me After physicians but 5 T tauino- n run i us am now well I m iiiu tg Kentucky to All Points North Houth and South west Through daily Cincin- wav lies t Af nt to you as I feel that It waved me from a life of untold atronT and shil take pleasure in speaking only words C of Drve ror tne wonuerrui mea urine and lu recommending It to all on Blood Treat- and Skin Diseases mailed free train service between nati Middlesborough and Knoxville Ky Tenn Cured OA tJOlTH-BOrNi- - snd Points on L NRR KoVrt Jurn- No I 111 SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLAKfTA y 8kdale n Mew No a If all men speak well of you it is because you are either a laggard or a dolt If a steamer taakee raped prog res through the waves the water will Brave boil anil foam all around it soldiers of lesus Christ will hear the carbines click When I see a man with voice and money and influence all on the right side and some caricature him and some sneer at him and some denounce him ami men who pretend to he actuated by right motives conspire to cripple him to cast him out I say Stephen to destroy him stoned When I see a man in some great moral or religious reform battling against grogshops exposing wickedness in high places by active means trying- to purify the church and better the worlds estate and I find that the newspapers anathematize him and men even good men oppose him and denounce him because though he does good he does not do it in their But way I say Stephen stoned you notice ray friends that while they assaulted Stephen they did not You succeed in really killing him may assault a good man but you can On the day of his not kill him a Stephen spoke before death Sanhedrim few people in the this Sabbath morning he addresses Paul the aposall Christendom tle stood on Mars Hill addressing a handful of philosophers who knew not so much about science as a modern school girl To day he talks to all the millions of Christendom about the wonders of justification- and the glories of resurrection John Wesley was howled down by the mob to whom he preached and they threw bricks at him and they denounced him and they jostled him and they spat upon him and yet to day in all iands he is admitted to be the great father of Methodism Booths bullet vacated the presidential chair but from that spot of coagulated blood on the floor in the box of Fords theater there sprang up the new life of a nation Stephen stoned but Stephen alive Pass on now and see Stephen in his His first thought was dying prayer not hiiv the stones hurt his head nor what would become of his body His first thought was about his spirit Lord Jesus receive my spirit The murderer standing- - on the trap door the black cap being drawn over his bead before the execution may grimace about the future but you and I have no shame in confessing- some anxiety about where we are going to come out You are not all body I see it There is within you a soul gleam from your eyes to day and I see it irradiating your countenance Sometimes I am abashed hef ire an audience not because I come under your physical eyesight but because I realize the truth that I stand before so many immortal spirits The probability is that your body will at least find a aepaleber in some of the cemeteries that surround this city There is no doubt but that vour obsequies will be decent and respectful and you will be able to pillow your head under the maple or the Norway spruce or the cypress or the blossoming fir but this spirit about which Stephen prayed what direction will that take What guide will escort it What gate will open to receive it What cloud will be cleft for its pathway After it has got lieyond the light of our sun will there be torches lirhted for the rest of the way Will the soul have to travel througti long deserts before it reaches the good land If we should lose our pathwiv will there be a castle at whose gato we may ask the way to the city Oh this mvsterions spirit within us It has two wings but it is in a cage now It is locked fast to keep it but let the door of this cage open the least and that soul is off Eagles wing could not catch it The lightnings are not swift enough to come up with it When the soul leaves the body it takes fifty worlds at a bound And have I no anxiety about it Have vou no anxietv about it I do not care what you do with my body when my soul is gone or whether you believe in cremation or inhuma- Â¬ tion I shall sleep just as well in a wrapping of sackcloth as in satin lined with eagles down Rut my soul before I close this discourse I will find out where it will land Thank God for the intimation of my text that when we die Jesus takes us That answers all questions for me What though there were massive bars between here and the city of light Jesus could remove them What thoug h there were great Saharas of darn ness Jesus could illume them What though I get weary on the way Christ could lift me on his omnipotent shoulder What though there were chasms to cross His hand could trans- Â¬ port me Then let Stephens prayer be my dying litany Lord Ieus re- Â¬ ceive my spirit It may be in that hour we will be too feeble to say a long prayer It may be in that hour we will not be able to says the Lords Prayer for it has seven petitions Perhaps we may be too feeble even to say the infant prayer our mothers taught us which John Quincy Adams seventy years Tf age said every night when he put his head upon his pillow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ abhor him Â¬ The last stone to araasaa his enemies crushing weight he is susceptible has Stephen is dead The been hurled disciples come They take him up Thev wash away the blood from the They straighten out the wounds bruised limbs They brush back the tangled hair from the brow and then they pass around to look upon the calm countenance of him who had lived for the poor and died for the truth Stephen asleep I have seen the Bea driven with the hurricane until the tangled foam caught in the rigging and wave ris- Â¬ ing above wave seemed as if about to storm the heavens and then I have seen the rmpest drop and the waves crouch and everything become smooth and burnished as though a camping place for the glories of Heaven So I have seen a man whose life has been tossed and driven coming down at last to an infinite calm in which there was Stephen a hush of Heavens lullaby asleep He fought all I saw such an one his days against poverty and against abuse They traduced his name They rattled at the door knob while he was dying with duns for debts he could not pay yet the peace of God brooded over his pillow and while the world faded Ileaven dawned and the deepen- Â¬ ing twilight of earths night was only the opening twilight of Heavens morn Xot a sigh Not a tear Not Hush Stephen asleep a struggle I have not the faculty as many have to tell the weather I can never tell by the setting sun whether there will lie a drought or not I can not tell by the blowing of the wind whether it will be fair weather or foul Hut I can prophesy on the morrow and I will prophesy what weather it will le when you the Christian come to die You may have it very rough now It mar be this week one annoy- Â¬ ance the next another annoyance It may be this year one bereave- Â¬ ment the next another bereavement Hut at the last Christ will come in and darkness will go out And though there may be no hand to close your eyes and no breast on which to pat your dying head and no candle to ii ft the night the odors of llods banging garden will regale your soul and at your bedside will halt the chariots of the King No more rents to pay no more agony because flour has gon up no more struggle with the world the flesh and the devil but ba deepeverlasting peace Sepaen sleep Daily 1 -- ly Kx sin wpn Lve Iorlun Lve Bju lirville Lve Pineville Lv liiiuil Lve Cirtiin Lve Wllliiilil Arr Arr liexiiiirtou Lve IiiriArr Wlliiii Lve Winchester Arr Richmond Lve Kichmoinl Lve lierea Arr Li vl Beaton Lve Livingston Lve London Arr ini bin - Lve tlncmnati Lve Covington Lve KaJmoath Lve CyntlllHliH 8 10 819 am 94a a in am a in 7 55 P ii iaio iaio as 3o- nn 1125 a m nn Pm pm 1055 at43 1145 1207 pa 1 m P P 44s m 352 a 525 Lve MliMleshh Arr Inmil inn 640 p m 45 P m iip Arr Jelllco Arr Knoxville Lve Kirhmoml rr nd Arr Btaiifof NORTH bK 610 p m 800 a m 42s pm No 5 wp 300 am WHNP Daily Ex Sun 1 Itaily 10 No 4 Dally o Willlenenab Cortiii CninM Rowland Richmond Knoxville 720 a m i am 138 p m 7 on 7 46 3 am am c Pine Rjirbi villiCor bin iadindon I Middlenh o on a m li jvinnsion am am Livingston Kiiliruoiiil Riilnnoiid Wine Lexington VIlneheHler 700 am 1024 a m I 710 am am I 07P 7P l r CynthlHiia Knlniotith Covington intinnatt 711 am p1 20 p l MAYSVILLE BRANCH NUKTH BOI Ml Kx Sun m Lve Cincinnati Lv Iovl nation ICXI1- IHlllSe Johnson SCI TH Lve Millet Part - 700 a 87 lie 9 am am fiOrNl Kxsun rac Arr Millcrsburtf Iiiris Lexington Covington Cincinnati I ttaysville Johns Iarlisi PUBLIC SALE AND IJKNTINt As Executor of J C Rice deceased I will sell al his late residence lo miles southeast ot Richmond near Speedwell on or freight addreita for farther Information Ticket itiul rB Kinierition Agent Klelllitiiliil rK R ekris Kr R N I B R colts j 4 car oid mules year-old mules and 3 yearKnas Ui cattle o2 S year olds rf BiliagB strictly gixid le cows and caKes u sheep 3 begs bushels of wheat Ij stacks of hav about 00 barrels ot coin 2j bushels ol lie household and kitchen lurniture harrows rikes plows one mowing machine one re per C I will at the same time and place rent publicly one farm containing 500 acres with all necessary improvements 60 acres go ia corn 50 acres in small grain balance aa grass Terms All sums under Jiorash sums over this am junt six months credit with- Â¬ out interest G V RICE P S At the same time and place I will sell partnership property cosasktng ot 35 hOgs 2 mare mules one cow and call 1000 bushels black oats 75 bushels wheat about oo bairels ol corn Will also rent one third interest in the Speed Smith farm Land will be rented first thing in the morning li -- THURSDAY SETT in 1S95 Promptly at oclock a m all the personal property consisting ot horses snares Time Table No fect May KASTliorM Versailles Nkholasvillc viiy view Muuoii Richmond J Mobcrly BrassneM lrv r- 24 In Ef- Â¬ 12 1895 2N AM m 55 J I2 1ST CI ASS N CLASS AM 45 T M r - M 4 AM f 8 t2 12 12 y i7 Sun E M 05 WEST SOUND Irvinr Id Kx Sn b r arr- PM r a AM nr i Moherly Union Richmond Miliien RICHMOND STEAM Vallcv Vm Nichoiasville Vcrsaillc A as 2 57 LHUNDRYI - M rBL PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES I Work done promptly and other Laundry in the Country as well as any M triwtcn LeaaviDe and Vcrsaillr daily I rains bctweea Cincinnati and Nicholasville dally All trains connrri with Southern KaiU with Ihe C I 111 imiati hours in C11ninn1l1 or 12 hurs in I -return to Richm iil at sjop m For throuK i rates and other information apply to any ticket agent or address WH Genl I AllAMs CM IIRHWNIM rinlenlenl g ii I PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home People and they will stand by you COAL E 1 Bitlaii Co ffl Dealers In OUT OF TOWN WORK BEATTYYILLE AND SOUTHERN KY COALS Now I lay me down to sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep SOLICITED DH I Office on Irvine street may be too feeble to emplov either of these familiar forms but thia prayer of Stephen is so short is so con cise is so earnest is so comprehensive we surely will be able to say that Lord Jesus receive my spirit Oh if that prayer is answered how sweet it would be to die This world is clev- Â¬ er enough to us Perhaps it has treated us a great deal better than we deserved to be treated but if on the dying pillow there shall break the light of that better world wc shall have no more regret than about leav ing a small dark damp house for one large beautiful and capacious That living minister in Philadelphia some years ago beautifully depicted it when in the last moment he threv up his hands and eried out I move into the light Pass on now and I will show yon one more picture and that is Stephen asleep With a pathos and simplicity peculiar to the Scriptures the text says of Stephen He fell asleep Oh you say what a place that was to sleep A hard rock under him stones falling down upon him the blood streaming the mob howling What a place it was to sleep And yet my text takes that symlol of slum- Â¬ ber to describe his departure so sweet was it so contented was it so peaceful was it Stephen had lived a very la Â¬ borious life His chief work had been to care for the poor Ho v Saanr oaves ot bread he had distributed how many bare feet he had sandled how many cots of sickness and dis tress he had blessed with ministries of kindness and love I do not know yet from the way he lived aud the way he preached and the way he died I know he was a laborious Christian But that is all over now He has pressed the cup to the last fainting Un He has taken the last insult from We OPPOSITE THED MYERS New Opera market House I Proprietor ai The Kentucky- - Lowe prices guaranteed on application and will compete with any coal in the Ia Bong Planing Mills ajn KKTAII DKAIKK IN CENTRAI IEHSIT SEPTEMBER 1595 WHOIKSWK aid DrssGd 11 ink lATHs SPECIALTY The next session will open WEDNESDAY 11 Dookn Sash Butaa Mm SlIlMIKS IIMK I ik Ktc TOBACGGO ihims KMKNT The Preparatory PROF GORDON PKOF J H Ieartineiit PAXToX M will lie snt avjil In A HOGSHEADS A Main Street i X Kn WHY Bl iivhm Kv Principal -- CHAXIIKR Jr B L CHEAP LE Anil an assistant to be lar link 1 full iniiMsanliun and catalogue apply to L H BLANT0N most in Quairrmf When you can get a belter article for the same monev I am offering the BEST in the market at Ihe same price ran would have to pay to other dealers for inferior cheap coal COAL Elimi j best in quality WORMS WHITES I nana IVERMIFUi FOR 20 KICBIBBseS BsaiT Office and yard corner Main and B streets only one square rom the Court House YEARS Haw IaW ttif UffxnA EVERY BOTTLE fitUSAITEHI aoiJ Blf A11 BIlbtilaTS ky