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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m VOLUME IX Zaftt RICHMOND KOKJII SAILING I l Highest of all in Leavening Power Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1I US Govt Report A Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 251895 strong probability of a reunion being held on the battlefield of Ierryville in this county on the tnh of next month which is the anniversary of the battle Many Ohio troops ware engaged in this I FINe WORK GEORGE O DOZIER -- NUMBER I PROFESSIONAL COLUMN SEPTAL I S CECERT 1 HARRIS II Da The Followers oF Christs Tcpcst ous Voyage Through Life Storm Kkv ter Threaten Death and ninaa- heir Terrors hni t hrint i Altoirtl lh hli sermon by Ker T Ilrttlll Talmag e OK That 1 i nt M UCAX A YAT1 i Y BURGIN BESTiST PR WILKES SmTth M M imnun KENNEDY PHYSU J IS AND SURGEON KfMV KY et up I - UN M POSTER K KN ECONOMIST 1 a EVANS M l KkNTI I KY DR T 1 TAYLOR - Jewelry DR H R GIBSON K HAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON K STEWART AND 1 PHYSICIAN TTCKETS STEPHEN A I PARRISH I A TTORNEY AT W Kin e terms 51 UI YAW LA M ATTORNEY AT Kkntkky II B HO ORNEY AT LAW KkVTUKV W B SMITH ATTORNEY AT KlCHWOKS - I A If - KlMilkV v D 1LCHKNAULT - ATTORNEYS AT LAW IMIXII KfMUKV over Caeaaults gro- - W l SHA KELFORD ATTORNEY AT LAW KIND - - KkSMiKY Offi r otr s t in all the Courts Rich- - B C POTTS AGENT NEW YORK LIFE Assets Jin plus -- 162000000 20000000 a U hm Policie Wrirsc FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD wnssaiaa for Family and Medi cinai Uses in 5 and 10 gabon Package- - a specialtt Ik io y tree In bpit J1 Wholesale Dealer FI nY rikin lesson for the men and women of the piMtal day 1 he sub ject was boutrh Sailing and the text Whatever voyage you start be sure to Yon stand on the banks of the sea KNOWLEDGE Mark iv ii 7 And there were also take Christ in the ship when the tide is rising The almanac With him other little ships and there Here are men largely prospered BrinL- - comfort mid improvement and says the tide is rising bit the wave wind The seeds of a small enterprise grew comes up to a certain point and then ti personal enjoyment when arose a great storm of and TiWrias ialilee tenne aret into an accumulated an overshadow Â¬ it recedes The ninny who live bet- tly Used Why they say the ing sueees- - Their cup of prosper three names for tne same tide is going back No it is not the in other and enjoy life more with It lay in a scene of great luxuriance ity is running over Every day sees next wave comes up a little higher ad i torn by nora promptly t products to The surrounding- - hills hirli terraced a commercial or mechanical triumph and it goes back Again you say the his the worlds r gorged were so many hanging Yet they are not puffed up They ac tide is going out And the next time the ns els of physit al being will ite t The streams rura knowledge the Uod who grows the the wave comes to a higher point and the value to liealih of the pure liquid gardens of beauty embraced iu the liled down through rocks of fray harvests and gives them all their pros- then to a higher point Notwithstand- Â¬ and red limestone flashing perity When disaster comes that de ing all these recessions at last all the y Syrup of 1 and Its eXt Hence is ue its pesoiitine from the hillside bounded to the stroys others they are only helped into shipping of the world knows it is high Youthful Convict st Free We and In t in the form m the time of our Lord higher experiences The coldest winds tide Si it is with the cause of Christ Ky Gov Sent Fkankfoki the refreshing mud trulv the valleys headlands and ridges that ever blew down from snow capped in the world One year it comes up to Brown pardoned Sherman Bl ack well ficia properties of a perfect lax- vere covered with vegetation Hern on and tossed Jcnnesaret into one point and we are greatly encourÂ¬ a thirteen year convict from Webster and so great was the variety of climate ativ foam and agony could not hurt them aged Then it seems to go back next cunty IJ tetu Blaekwell stabbed to death dispelling colds headaches Bad i n is that the palm tree of the torrid and I it the winds blow until they crack year We say the tide is going out young Itobard his friend and chum ind permanently purine constipation the walnut tree of rigorous climate their cheeks let breakers boo- mNext year it comes to a higher point while the two boys were drunk It has phvn satisfaction to millions and were only a little way apart Men in all is well nrist is in the sum Here and falls back and next year it comes Blaekwell says be did not remember met with the approval of the medical vineyards ami olive gartlens were gath are other men the prey of uncertain- - to a still higher point and falls back the killing He has served four years profession because it acta on the Khl-iiy- - ering up the riches for the oil press nen they succeed they strut but all the time it is advancing until of his sentence He is well connected Iiwr and Bowels without mat The hills and valleys were starred and through the world in great vanity it shall be full tide and the earth Kentucky BattSaes Her and it is erfectly free from crimsoned with flowers from which and wipe their feet on the sensitive shall be full of knowle Ige of God as Sept 5 HorKiNs 11 ik Ky The Cnrist look His text ami the disciples ness of Others Disaster conns the waters till the sea tie by all drngSyrup f Fi 1 hey learned lessons of patience ami trust and they are utterly down Ayain I learn from this subject that annual meeting of the Kentucky city will be held in this in th- inl bottles but it is nii- - It seemed as if had dashed a wave are good sailor- - on a fair day when Christ is God and man in the same perbeginning Monday and continuing two tured by Uie California Fig Bynip of beauty on ail the scene until it hung the sky is clear and the sea is smooth son I go back nly wbote naate ia printed on every dripping from the rocks the hills the but they can not outride a storm boat and into theon t part of that days It promises to be the largest I look hrists sleeping ever held in the state After the meet uackage also the name 8yrup of Figs oleanders On the hack of the Leb After awhile the packet is tossed informed you will not anon range the glory of the earthly abea ms end and it seems as if she face and see in that face the story of ing the delegates will attend the At- Â¬ sorrow and weariness and a deeper v subatitute if offered exposition in a body scene was carried up as if to set it iu must go down with all the cargo shadow comes over his face aim I lanta Workman Fatally Hurt - of Heaven range with the hilllush out from the shore with lifeboat think he must be dreaming of the BRIDGEFORDS Ky Sept John longboat shallop and pinnace Frankkoui You cross that is to come No otiier gem ever hail so exquisite As I stand on he storm the back part of the boat looking on Webb a workman engaged in repairIitiful ienne aret The can not save the crew Kentucky dam I say The rises up twist- the is a ile RANGE waters were thickly inhabited tempta to takeoftdownmasts vessel seaDown she his face But whenHeI seea man come - to ing the lock and here on thefatally hurt was nver jus- - below the man inr innumerable nets and affording- Him No Christ in that ship lood for great populations the prow of the boat and the ea by being pushed again t the end of a SEE TH I ipeak to young ISethesda Chorazin and Capurnaum people whose voy Â¬ kneels in His presence and the win is crowbar by one of the derrick arms of EXAMINE THEM on the hank roaring with age in life will be a mingling of sun- - fold their wings at his command a snagboat PURCHASE THEM wheels of traflic and flashing with shine an of darkness of arctic blast I say He is iod Ile is God They roncht With Axes iiiipages and shooting their and of tropical tornado You will have The hand that set up the starry pillars Ky Hi sKii yniK sept X Two mer- many a bright day of prosperity the of the universe wiping away the tears vessels across the lake bringing miiien deaths are the result if a duel chandise for Pa ma tens and passing When I want pity and at Ferguson twelve miles from this clear the sea mo iota The crew of an orphan great cargoes of wealthy product exhilarant will sympathy I go into the back part of c iv I Ferguson quarreled with Mc The IxiaT stanch Pleasure boats of Bo iu gentlemen bound merrily over the billows Crowd this boat and I look at him and -- ay Cormaek his farm hand Two Negroes shinp macks of the country peo-- on all the canvas Lord lesus Thou weary One Thou helped Ferguson Heigh ho lam Two of the McOr Ao ha i come down to cast a net ahead But suppose mat sickness put-i- t- suffering One have mercy on me maeks were struck with an ax h other with nod and shout Behold the man But bitter cup to your lips suppose that Ecee homo skull is crushed and we conic or side by side swung death overshadows your heart suppose when I want courage for the confl et Ioth liUft on File Palace and lux- - mi fortune with borne quick turn ot of life when I want some one to bent ie mooring Fkankfoui KySept S3 The demoiath an vineyard tower and the wheel hurls von backward sup- - down my enemies when I want shadofrr arbor looked off upon the pose that the wave of trial strikes you for tiie great future then I come to the cratic ard republican parties have filed see t hrist with Secretary of State Headley lists sweet scene as the evening shad- - athwart ships and bowspril shivered front of the boat and Novem ows tiegan to drop and Ilermon and halliards Swept into the sea and standing there in His omnipotence and of names to be voted for at the The prohibitionists and with gangway crowded with piratical disas I say 0 Christ Thou who eouldst ber election iTere i with perpetual to file now in the glow ot the setting sun ters and the wave beneath and the hush the storm can hush all my sor Â¬ populists have until October ami looked Hkc a white haired prophet sky abowa and tiie balances around rows all my temptations all my fears such a list in order to get on the of- Â¬ ficial ballot Ecee Detis ready to ascend in a chariot of lire I are fiiled with the clamor of the vi Behold the Ood I learn also from this subject that think we shall have a quiet night of destruction Oh then you will want Inilcttnrnt Flleil Away Some of ieaf w inks in the air or a ripple Christ can hush the tempest 21 hrist in the ship The Iv sent Van iiri t sturbs the surface of Qennesnret against I learn in the next place that peo- - you my hearers have a heavy load of case of the commonwealth The shadows of the great headlands junc pie wiio follow hrist must not always troubles Some of you have wept until Mrs Sarah Corns indicti SOLD IM The expect smooth sailing When these Tu can weep no more Perhaps God tion with her son John for tne mni stalk clear across the water voices of evening tide how drowsily of dsr of the letters wfe last March child out disciple- - got into the small boats they took the sweetest RICHMOND they strike the ear the splash of the sait your house the one that asked the been tiled away Wnat a deiightrul thing tin i oat curious questions The one that boatmens ore and the thumping of Who would not be a follower of I hrist STEAMER KITE ptureii fish on the boats bottom when he can ride in one of these small hung around you with the greatest The grave diggers spade She Arrive at St John N F With lent and tnose indescribable sound- - which boats after the ship in which Jesus is fondness through your bleed down Feary Lee anil Henson of the Arrtle CO till the air at nightfall You tia tcn sailing But when the storm came cut g heart Or perhaps it was the only up the beach of the lake a little nay down these disciples found out that Exnrdttlon St Truss Sept 23 The Ieary reand there you find an excitement as of following lesus did not always make one you had and your soul has ever A flotilla ia pushing an embarkation been like a desolated castle lief steamer Kite arrived here Satursmooth Bailing So you have found d to The out from tiie western shore of the lake out and so have I found out If where the birds of the night hoot day afternoon bringing Ieary Iee MR W s PRYOR North Street not a squadron with deadly arma- there are any people who you would amid the falling towers and along the una llenson safe home The Ieary exOr perhaps it pedition party endured much hardship ment not a clipper to ply with think ought to have a good crumbling stairway valuable merchandise not piratic ves- - time in getting out of this world was an aged mother that was called last winter but undaunted started with grappling hook to hug to the apo tles of Jesus Christ ought to away You used to send for her when northward again in April in an atY They ou had any kind of trouble She was tempt to make a new record death whatever they could seize but a have leen the men Have you ever reaching Inde in llortiila laden with messengers of noticed how they got out of the world in your home to welcome your children succeeded light and mercy and peaee lesus in St James lost his head St Philip was into life and when they died she was pendence bay where they camped make to unable were the front of the ship his friends and hung to death against a pillar St there to pity you You know that the They BUCK EYE northadvance prououneed admirers are in the small boats follow- Matthew was struck to death with a old hand will never do any more kind any I ing after Christ by the rocking halberd St Mark was dragged to death nesses for you and the lock of white ward owing to weakness of the boat and the fatigues of the preaching through the streets st lame- - the Less hair that you keep so well in the exercises of the dav is induced to had hi- - brains dashed out with a ful- casket of the locket does not look so CORESKOTHIiSGBHTPIlES slumber and I see Him in the stern of ler s club St Mattiiias was stone i to well as it did on the day when she the iMiat with a pillow extemporized uath S Thomas was struck through moved it back from the wrinkled A SURE and CERTAIN CURE out of a fisherman scoat sound asleep under the old fashioned ith a near John Huss in the lire forehead years as the ntivvr tor IE The breezes of the lake run their fin the Aibigenses the Ualdenses the bonnet n the church in the country BEST REMEPYfcr PtLES gers through the locks of the worn out Covenanters did they all find Or perhaps your property has gone 1 S sleeper and on its surface there riseth There I have so much in month sailing Why go so far There You said Ulln KV AIl llllGCiHTS bank stock so much I have in hoaset and faiicth the light ship like a child - a young man in a store in New York on the bosom of its sleeping mother who has a hard time to maintain his so much I have in lands so much I Suddenly it is all Beautiful Cnristian cnaracter have in securities aim night Starry night All the clerk niirht Hun up all the saiis ami ply all laugfat at him the employers in that Kie Alas for the man who once had the oars and let the boats the big store laugh at him and when ne loses plenty ot money but who has hardiy go gliding his patience they say You are a pret- enough now for the morning market boat and the little ixiat Dealers in over rrentle liennesaret Not so easy for that ing No storm ever swept over ien ty hristian The sailors prophesy a change in the young man to follow Christ if the nesaret like that which has gone louds begin to travel up Lord did not help him hour by hour he trampling its thunder over your quakweather After a would fail There are scores of young ing soul But you awoke Christ in the sky and congregate while even the passengers hear the men to- - lay who would be willing to the back part of the ship crying Mas- Â¬ ui131 moan of the storm which comes on testify that in following Christ one ter en rest Thou not that I perish with rapid strides and with all the does not alway- - find smooth sailing and Cnrist rose up and quieted you terrors of hurricane and darkness Tiiere is a Christian girl In her home Jesus hushing the tempest A large nock kept constantly on hand The boat caught in the sudden fury they do not like Christ She has hard trembles like a deer at bay amid the work to get a silent place in which to IIFFT PFAKY KENTUCKY NEWS wild clangor of the lion mis Great jav her prayers party both Iee and Henson being KARV Father opposed to patches of foam are flung through the religion A number of the dogs died Mother opposed to religion Call on us for Agricultural Im- - air The loosened sail- - flapping in Brothers and sisters opposed to re- Th Latest New From All IarU of tba from a plague c immon amongst them Common was th its ol all inls The ligion The hristian girl does not al the wind crack like pistols The work of the expedition is believed small Itoats poised on the white cliff of ways find it smooth sailing w hen she to be unimportant The Kite reached BUILPE STRANGE FREAKS the driven sea tremble like ocean pe- - tries to follow Jesus But be of cood and IVuns headquarters August Wc lep in Stock evert tiling in an i then plunge into the trough to return September the hardware line that you need trels terrihe swoop until a wave strikes heart As seafarers when winds are Played by a Whirlwind Near Greenup started with They 6pent the intervening time lcul ahead by setting the ship on Ky sunitit them w ith a thunder crack and over larboard tackand bracing the yards Grkkmp Ky Sept 23 A remark- Â¬ exploring in the Greenland scientific board po the cordage tackling and the make the winds that oppose the course able whirlwind is reported to have vis- Â¬ expedition Messrs Dibitch SalisWe make speciaties of masts and the drenched disciples rush propel the ship forward so opposing ited the Dry Fork of Schultz creek bury Dyche Leltourtillier and Walsh into the stern of the boat ana snout troubles tnrougn nrist veering Sunday morning Willi m Stout a who were on board surveyed many TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING amid the hurricane Master carest around the bowsprit of faith will waft farmer living in that vicinity stated miles of unknown coasts They also Thou not that we perish That great you to Heaven when if the winds had that he was standing in front of his discovered two large meteorites 40 2o Personage lifted his head from the been abaft they might have rocked and door when he heard a noise resembling which they brought home and another tishermans coat and walked out to sung you to sleep and while dreaming distant thunder and a few moments weighing forty tons which it was im- Â¬ the prow of the vessel and looked up- of the destined port of Heaven you later the whirlwind made its appear possible to take away They also THE MOST AMAZING on the storm On all sides were the could not have heard too cry of warn nnce coming around a point on which found it impossible to bring home small boats tossing in helplessness Many specimens of ing and would have gone crashing into were several shocks of cornfodder one Pearys house and from them came the cries of the breakers deer walrus and northern animals and of wh eh it took up and carried off By the Hash of light- Â¬ drowning men Again my subject teaches me that It next struck the orchard and pro birds Mowers and lichens snare sening I see the calmness of the uncovercured but the captures were not as good people sometimes get very much eee ling down a row of trees stripped ed brow of Jesus and the spray of the frightened From the tone and man- off seventy five bushels of apples and extensive as had been expected owing He has ner of these disciples as tney rushtd men tearing down several feet of to the time for exploring being cut sea dripping from his beard EVER OFFERED THE two words of command one for the into the stern of the vessel and woke worm fence started through the barn short in the hurry to return The He looks nd the other for the sea hrist up you know that they were vard in which was a flock of geese Kite visiteu Janes sound tape Sabin to the tempestuous heavens and he many points south of And so it is now four of which were caught up by the and had a pleasant and Greenland fearfully scared They uneventful cries ieace ana men ne looksdown you often find good people wildly spiral motion of the wind into the infuriated waters and He that As the fowls were carried upward by passaire 1111 says some Christian The thunders beat a agitated says Be still St Johns N 1 Sept 23 Full de- Â¬ man the infidel magazines the ba I the rotary current they maue frantic bought retreat The wavec fall flat on their newspapers the spiritualistic socie-Â¬ efforts to escape frotn it but were tails of Ieary Lee and Hansen are Bpecker Bran a wholesale stock faces The extinguished stars rekindle firmly held in its grasp until they now becoming public It is a cause Â¬ at their assignees ale The ties the importation of so many for- Â¬ were apparently one mile in height No their torches The foam melts for wonder how they survived eign errors the Church of God is go storm is dead and while the crew are The whirlwind appeared to be about other ease is known where Arctic exing to be lost the ship is going to foununtangling the cordage and the cables lives in deliberately took What ten feet in diameter and moved at a plorershands and ventured their a most upon and baling out the water from the der The ship is going down rate of about twenty one miles an their An old hold of the ship the disciples stand are you frightened about iiour A short distance beyond Mr exacting enterprise with the full knowl wonder struck now gazing into the lion goes into his cavern to take a stouts it struck a hole of water con- iige that their suoply of food was insuff- Â¬ WOKTH OF sleep and he lies down until his shag Â¬ calm sky now gazng into the calm taining several hogsheads which it icient an that they would probably paws tea now gazing into tne calm face 01 gy mare covers his begin toMeanwhile sacked completely dry the water ap perish in the attempt Pearys disap webs spin Jesus and whispering one to another the spiders outside S pirently turning to vapor and disap pointment over the unsatisfactory ter- Â¬ What manner of man is this that over the mouth of his cavern and say pearing after it had been carried up- mination of the expedition is uncon That lion can not break out through even the winds and the sea obey him eenled but all admit that he is not rethis web and they keep on spinning ward a considerable distance 1 learn first from this subject that No known sponsible for the failure the gossamer threads until they get when yon are going to take a voyage being could have done more to make MISS STEVENSON of the cavern covered of any kind you ought to have Christ the mouth the expedition a traeeess Had he had Now they say the lions To lie Wed led to Martin Hardin Son of more men orevensutlieieut provisions in the ship The fact is that those over After a while the Deinneratic Candidate for Governor he would have accomplished much All boats would all have gone to the bot- Â¬ done the lions done of Kentucky tom if hrist had not been there Now the lion awakes and shakes himself uembers leave DawiiLk Ky Sept 23 A New for Sew York of the expedition Silvia you are about to voyage but into some and he walks out from the cavern by the steamer nothing The largest new enterprise into some new busiany York dispatch of Saturday stated that from here Thursday next were never knowing there To be Bold at almost of the ness relation you are going to plan spiders webs and with his vdce Miss Julia Stevenson daughteron conami monl complete line of was verging he shakes the mountain Let the infi- Â¬ WASHINGTON ITEMS I hope it some great matter of nrotit NI HATS CLOTHING is so If you are content to go along dels and skeptics of this day go on sumption and that her engagement RANSOM CAN DRAW HIS PAY in the treadmill course and plan noth- Â¬ spinning their webs spinning their in- Â¬ with Martin Hardin of this city had Washington Sept 23 Secretary di iwn in Richmond at prfa ing new you are not fulfilling your fidel gossamer theories spinning them been broken off in consequencethis and Carl sle ha s reversed the rulinir of the Intimate friends here deny below all duujM tit mission What you can do by the ut- all over the place where Cirist seems They say Christ can say that letters received indicate that auditor of the treasury for the state most tension of body mind and soul to be sleeping Imt bnf any goo ls until you learn that you are bound to do You have never again come out the work is Mi s Stevenson is enjoying better department and decided that M W years having minister to Mexico may our prii no right to be colonel of a regiment if done He can never get through this health than for several by her trip to draw his salary as such under his presbeen greatly benefitted logical web we have been spinning God calls you to command an army It is generally ent appointment A draft of SS Vi on You have no right to be stoker in a This day will come when the Lion of Alaska this summer and Mr Hardin this salary account drawn by the state steamer if God eonunande yon to be ad- Â¬ Jndahs tribe will rouse himself and believed ahere that sheW son of I Hardin dims department on the treasury has been miral of the navy You have no right come forth and shake mightily the na Â¬ who is What then all your gossamer emtio nominee for governor will be honored by ostler of Secretary Car- Â¬ a ferryboat from river tions to engineer th reads What is a spiders web to an married before he completes his educa- - lisle bank to river bank if God porm CARLISLE OOFS FAST aroused lion Do uot fret then about tion for the ministry you to engineer a Cunarder from New Mi KFI CoKNER Washington Sept Secretary It But whatever en- Â¬ the world s going backward York to Liverpool Reunion at Ferry ville Carlisle left here Saturday afternoon terprise you undertake and upon ing forward Dawille Ky Sept 23 There is for Marion Mass and while there K--Â¬ Â¬ -- I In his sermon Sunday llev Dr Tal- discoursed on a dramatic inci dent ourintr the Saviours life Btnoaa the QalllMUl fishtriaeniind draws from vmi te Â¬ 1 Latest battle which was one of the most memorable of the war Senior Vice ommantler K II Hobson of the G A R is expected to be present and make an address if the reunion is held and one of the features of the occa sion will le the unveiling of a monu- Â¬ ment over the graves of 4s confederate dead 1 he Vicr 1rrftlitrnt at Ifottliitjr irrrn Bouiim liciiv Kw Sept S- 3- Viet President A K Stevenson ami daugh ter Mi s Ietitia arrived here Sunday morning from Chattanooga Tenn where they nave been attending the Mr opening of hickamauga park Stevenson expressed himscf as greatly pleased with his trip south ami was enthusiastic about the nark and the success of the dedication ceremonies Mr Stevenson and daughter will remain here several days visiting relatives ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ will be the guest of the Misses Ham lin Secretary Carlisle will visit the president at Gray Gables early in the week It is officially stated that his Munufuttim r of aad Dealer in visit iias no connection with any con- Â¬ templated bond Issue FOREIGN and AMERICAN MARBLE and GRANITE 1 atally Kicked by a Home MoIkiik n Kv Sept tt Francis Monuments Tombs Tablets Headstone- - Irns Stntnnry etc Gregory a young farmer living about fifteen miies from here near Sherburn in Fleming county while currying a 7X mare Sunday morning was kicked by her on the forehead TRADE SOLICITED m m Completely crushing the skull from the effects of which he died half an Write for hour later Walter Browning went to Work delivered to any part of the State Gregorys assistance and was also Proprietor kicked by the mare in the thigh but not fatally The mare was considered Corner Franciff and Irvii II z a very docile animal and was raised by him In Fatiir of t ittmn Liberty In accordance im ami Septa with a resolution adopted by the Inion League cJub arrangements are being made for a big mass meeting to be held Do you know whi re to get in Central Music hall on September 10 to take up the eanaa ol Cuban struggle Committees have been for libertv appointed to secure the co operation of various patriotic orders and prom inent clergymen will present the sub- Â¬ ject at the ministers meetin sicknesH Among the Fenrh Troop Pants Sept 23 It is learned that biiiet council which was held at tne Palace of Elysees on Thursday Cadjourned until Tuesday next in order to await the submission of the reports of the war ofHce on the enormous A k i Yisitinj Cards and Wedding Invitations Kngraved sickness and motality among the It is French troops in Madagascar alleged the ministers dread the disclos ure of the whole truth Ieriilipil iu the Snow s 7 Opp tilvmlon Richmond Kv Uauiins Wyo Sept 21 Frank Kevins sent his two sons into the gulch a mile away to drive cows Twenty horsemen who went to search for them have returned without finding any trace of them They have perished in the snow which is two feet deep Madijoi MooUroeotal and Granite Work5 J SPECIRLTY Letter Writers The Best The Daintiest The Most Stylish - STATIONERY Â¬ If H BROWN Â¬ 0 P Armer elm and I nnnnl I -- 1 -- -- 3 For Kentucky Sept iu cloedisesa and thunderstorm- - pn irni weather in est rn pi attended by a decided fail in lemperatara iiv nit ht wiril- - hit WasniKGTOS -- THE MAIN STREET JEWELER Has disponed of all M -- rk of Jew- - Â¬ Dorthei will fn or iu ile- -- ForOhio rasa Increasing cloudiness followed by much cooler Meadaj slant Raia much fewest li r Indians ads Fer-gu-o- EXPECTANT MOTHERS Â¬ We Offer You a REnilV Which INSLHE5 Safety of Life to Moth- Â¬ er and Child aS hand a niee new m rnient ol Dnunonde Wi - Jewelry an all tl lies in the jewelry line tl - than they can be bought in any market Dotal All we some bargains in 1 be con- the at prices that von is that this JrifI E MOTHERS FRIEND Robs Confinement of its Pain Horror and Risk yl REPAIRING OF ALL Kl DONE ON SHORT j NOTICE new and warranted I Id and 65 or hirth of her lir t chilo she did not vasuuickly s iter from It VSIS or Mv nifc used MI11W lattW1 be- - CLiDLE EMITS S Â¬ relieved tbe critical hour suftprine but Utile sbe femd no piiins afterward and her recovery whs r Johnston rtuauia Aia Sent by Mail or Express on receipt of priri100 r bottlr Uook To Ml IS - liiuicu r ree IIIIIUFIFID UFCI ltTOIt CO ttlanU fa llls riil - M We have Umbrella com readvmade to slip on while yon wait ranging in price from one dollar dollar and a half and two dollars that will make your old iranies into new uni- brellas at less than a new one will cost you aa Vo Kb V naaafiilana THE F 1 aatf by ROBINSON CO P I Ia Â¬ SOLD BY ALL DROTiGISTS Â¬ Â¬ 1 000000 People Wear Â¬ FABLERS WIDouglas Shoes HAN SEWED PROCESS BEST PILE We have a gold tilled spectacle of any style with a So one lens as good as is put in a -- olid gold inline that will pay tive dollars Im that we nit sell you at fifty eeven cents warrant a fit Â¬ Â¬ I OiNTiENT 500 4 00 4uacrW WORLD IN THE 300 Â¬ Â¬ Hof 350 250 225 For Men Wear W f V Li Dooglaa Respectfully l i 250 200 1T5 For Boys aniYanUB - DPARMER NEW GOODS DEALING Ami Low IritHs Our buyer has ntiiriuil frmn t lit Eastern mark after a prolonged sin in Karen of the best values for the least awoaer and feels satifieil that never before has there been Mich a wellussort ed stock of irootls brought to this market bought for cash and to Im sold for the Baudlest profits ever known in the history of the dry trade Space will not penail as to eaamerate Let as say that we have all the leading staples in Blankets FlaniieU Hoxierr Gloves Corsets tVc for laoien misses ami children also Geatltmtna Neck aad Uaderwear Our leaden for this seasoa will be our Capes aad Jackets for la Â¬ dies anil misses in fur sad cloth all styles and all colors ami for money than ever before Our novelty Dress Suiting Velvets aad TrimUaiags demand your special attention The are new styludi hand nine and cheap Table Line no Napkins and Towels ia endless varieties SPECIAL To cash pnwchaneiawa will gives handBome dock as a premiam when the purchases amount to J or over Examine the docks they art durable ornamented and warranted to keep ooc rtct time TAYLOR BROS Â¬ Â¬ Al Mt lea and SI 00 to 1S300 A pair lit Illvuii - in leattM r has Ini r isfd the vt idlrta dHj and e ol other miiu- Hie remain price aame hoea name W I Ikiatiai are anil it stamped that ititnti Ukih rmaHlM SaliSf 011 sole W I lnuala 4- shoes and save from HMR DWHR1 Â¬ - JACK FREEMAN Richmond Zy- - Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ man means so mucn more At y you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health 1 In Poor Health CUl OI VrWUMSwSI Â¬ If you are feeltn BARGAINS Â¬ Browns Â¬ Â¬ 1 SHOPPING PUBLIC i Iron Bitters nawawannaeawananTwMnaWaaanaSaaWawai I and generally ex- Â¬ hausted iievous have no appetite and cant work begin at once tak Â¬ ing the most relia Â¬ ble strengthening medicine which is Brown 5 Iron Bit- A YJlt fox tar ties cure benefit comes from the verv iirst di e tt room SOnS WC3K teeth an I pleasant Ij lake t stain your its It Cures Kidney and Li vet Troubles Neuuiga Constipation Bad Blood Malaria Nervous ailments i Womens complaints it has rrosLsefl re onlv the rentiin AH others Hue en the wrapper re rub- aUtut On receutt ot two c sumps we will send sa if Ie- Bratitiiul Worlds bocU fiee Fuir Viws B 8000 and Â¬ Dyspepsia White o B R I Gibson Look Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ DEI it j COME BARGAINS FOR YOU Look At I Look Â¬ Â¬ TOV U OEW LC Ms Goods - Xta TSvywVyc- BALTIMORE -A MO J lm wW KENTUCKY RICIiMONU KV CO M E WATTS REMEDY A Â¬ the following Specialties 25 Harrows for 20 Farm Wagons Cheap Cider Mills Cheap Cane Hills Cheap Evaporators Cheap Feed Cutters Cheap Wheat I rills Cheap Corn Hnskers Cheap Fodder Shredders Cheap Hay Presses Cheap Oliver Plows Cheap Cook Stoves Cheao Steel Ranges Cheap EveiyJiing Cheap At SHACKELFORD Â¬ Positive Cure FOR G A N Â¬ Â¬ flew York Store Liquor Morphin Cocain Tobacco Habits CURES GUARAM rBED For full particulars address T 35 B S O R F Y s O Manager n STEPHENSON U GENTRYS Richmond Ky THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON I P ARMKR of daily occurrence that the lighter vehicle even bicycles kill or injure Â¬ LIKES THE GLYNDON Â¬ ANCIENT HIGHWAYS VN BANTHONY RETIRES is guaranteed to cure Pile and Constipa Curiouslv enough the earliest record of The announcement that Susan B An tion or monev relnnded 50 cents per the existence of pavement harks hack tliony I as delivered her last public ad- - Manage box Scud two stamps for circular and through the dim hglits ot antiquity to j dress and has decided to go into retire Free Sample lo Martin Rudy Registered AG IO ANTIC HAP the empires of two tiueens Semiramis mentforthe purpose of compiling the PIBLISHEli IVUI WCDKBBDAT BY Fharmacist Lancaster Pa No Postal queen of Assyria and Jnlo the memoirs of her forty years crusade for For sale bv all first class Thg Climax The great ordnance survey map of Answered Co princess who founded llie- Cartha- Â¬ the emancipation of woman will he rediuggi ts every where and in Berea Ky ginian empire According to the records ceived with keen regret by thousands Fngland containing over 108000 sheets 7 6 of Valerius Max imiis PRICE PKK YEAR the pared high who have delighted to listen upon more and coating during the last twenty vears by S E Welch Jr 150 ways throughout the realms of Semira than one occasion to this matchless about iiMiin a year is nearly eotn The Shakers have made a great hit mus were the first in use l ut bottom champion of womans rights Having Bfotod The scales vary from ten and Their Digestive Cordial U said to be the ANNOUNCEMENTS claims that the Carthaginians enjoyed reached the middle of her seventieth live feet to the mile lor the towns most succe slul remedy for stomach the initial pavements of the world year Bhc feels that her work on earth through twenty five inches six inches troubles ever introduced It immediately C HIM KV iv i nditUtc for City ne inch one quarter of an inch and n mbjtct to the actio ertain it is that from the latter the is finished and all she asks is that sh of the democratic releives ail pain and distress after eating 3 id Romans derived their lirst knowledge mav te permitted to commit the written one tenth of an inch to the mile The builds up the feeble system and makes the details are s o minute that the twenty frheOn of the importance ot good roads for at a record of her forty years of dauntlesKan subject to the action of weak strong Democratic ive and six inch maps show every hedge time when the Roman kingdom luid not tncic 2 tde i in me inieiiigeni consiieratioi The fact is food- - properly digested are K I I ndidaie for Ouncilman yet given promise of its future greatness of a posterity that is certain to reap tin fence ditch wall building and even better than so called tonics The Co dial very isolated tiee in the country The as an empire the people of Didos reihii fruits of an advanced and liberate not only contains food areidy digested twenty ire inch mapabowa iu color the were luxriating in marble mosaic t for woman booth JOHN A KEKSHON n bat is digester of other fbuje Food that from iht tr fr II- -h floors of dweelling houses and stronger Miss Anthony is in many respects tin material of which every part of a build - n t die tei does more hirm than good iug is construed The plan show not materials were emploved by them for most remarkable woman of her tin J r IIK4 a candidate People wh IMC the Cordial insure the in Im fr inly the eact shape of every building urth Ward subjet to the an for the highways of commerce when the As the close of the century draws digestion of what food they cat and in neai ili of the mt every poach area dooratep lamp Carthaginians were the most imjiortant she can survey the work of her life wit this way get the benefit of it and grow ost railway and lire commercial nation in the world complacent satisfaction for althoug ivunohua strong School But the Appian wayofAppius Clau Â¬ not all the reforms to which she cons the uMucrtt party The little pamphl ts which the Shaker dius the worn blocks of lava in the crated the energies of a well trained min have sent to ihe diuggists for free distri A GREAT STEAMSHIP streets of Ilerculatieumand Pompom one have been secured there has come t button contain much interesting informa jction of the Democratic which the Roman chariots rolled into crown her declining years with victor Thie twin screw White Star steamship tion on the subject of dl sppsia the past all these and other Eoropear j the knowledge of enlarged industrial an ieorgic Captain Smith tiiished her STATK IttMOIKATK IHKEl African or Asiatic highways are not to politiial possibilites for woman tha maiden trip to Iaxo is not a mixture of drugs It is this port August lb She lie compared for structure or durability transcends the dreams of her most en nothing but Castor Oil made palatable is the biggest freighter in the world and to the great roads of the Incas These i thosiastic admirers V V Indeed th- new probably the swiftest being HAK ablet make tremendous causeways built for the pas woman of to day not the bloomered thirteen Many merchant are weil aware that and a half knots an hour She sage of imperial armies from end to end purveyor of street slang or the renegade on heir customers are their best friend and was built at Reifto by Harlan V Wolff caurer of the realm constructed in the face ot from domestic duty but the new rtoman take pleasure in supplying them with the K C FORD of Clay and mem rea 111077 tons She m As an instance we For Auu development of the American mntocv- - Natures mightiest protests brilging who has ton enabled to escape an un feet long m lo feet beam t ods obtainable and 40 feci nention Perry I THE MAN WHO WROTE DIXIE C N ikH tunnelling happy matrimonial alliance bv availing deep When laden to Cameron prominent cle Had tins been a contest on which chasms joining mountains her capacity sin c ruggi ts of Flushing Michigan They ols were sold the original odds would through their hearts built from depth to herself of the opportunity to enter the will draw about 28 ville Commercial feet She can earn a We have no hesitation in recom ban been three to one against an Ameri- height by sheer force of engineering skill industries or professions owes a real 0K tons of dead weight learned ixietrv and music from She bar nending Chamberlains Cough Remedy the sound of liammer and anvil and in the can motocycle taking the first priz e in indicate by their colossal ruins to day deal to Miss Anthonv This intrepid re- tanks that ivill hold vni tun of water HKNDkUKf Fist For Se o our customers as it is the best cough former has blazed the way and many She can carry conijtition with the French and tier that the Children of the Sun were past shower of sparks in a blacksmith shop about lXHl head of catth HrNkV who ridiculed her methods and scorne on nediche we have ever sold and alwais To day the odds would masters of the art of high road constructThe OMahar was Daniel D Kiniiiett the man vehicles her two upper decks and Mm ires satisfaction For sale at i and 50 veteran of negro minstrelsy and the au- favor the American machine and the ion Mighty records of a race an these her aims have at last become her peni- quarters of beef in her refrigerated comr IIMKI r K IH Mi Cents a bottle by Hagans Pharmacy prediction is freely made that the lest remains are what other and mightier tent and obsequious followers thor of Dixie re partments The old man jumped When the ieorgic sails she Miss Anthony is in blatant babbler will Kill from his batta in the sleeper of Al Fields products of the French artisans will be records might not have ben preserved take 12000 ton of general merchanMrilirnie That wkn a Man Hustle minstrels and proceeded after thoroughly excelled by the recently invented and had the qnipn only been supplanted by She came from hue old Qoaker stock dise mi live cattle and 2000 sheep kM k Franklin Co Tenn Mav to 1S9J the alphabet at a time when the Incas She was educated by skillful teachers Scieutilic Ann developed American motocycle rubbing hia eves lor about five minutes There rican I am forty free years old and have to give a Coinnieicial reporter an account suit of the race may disprove this rosy veri a dominant race and bad i history and her subsequent career as teacher in JOHN DGOODLOE of M I am a of his eventful career last evening assertion but it may tie stated as a tact to bequeath to coming generations Had tne schools ol New oik state gave her PROPERIA SIZES IP THE SITLA spent eight cars in bad health K poor man and have to hustle for a living I look pretty old tod feeble that never in the history of invention it been possible to preserve the historical a wel discii lined mind for the work to snpiHse TIOX - rapid progress been made along Bf the u e of Black Draught I am now but though I am almost eighty years of a cords threads and bits of string into which she was prominent amicig WEDNESDAY - - SKIT l w hich the for the abolition of slavery and able to hustle n my market garden an records of the great South age ask then Imvs here if Im not as a given line The Philadelphia Record estimates am as stout as a mule I is the greatest When The Times Herald made its offer American natiou were twisted with her voice was also raised in favor ol i KM be address of county spry as any of them and if I still cant WW in prizes lor a horseless carriage cabalistic meaning we might lie able to t ration of her courageous and detianl- that it coats 2000000 to convert a Chi- medicine on earth and does more than it give them Kints on warbling The naman to the Christian religion and an- is recommended to do L A Htusox contest H Jer cent of the American determine beyond question that at a metinxls was afforded by her casting balImvs in the BMMT berths swore he could other authority has it that no Chinaman H iim and Bradley continue to disand one evidently in the first stages f people did not know there His such a time when Frenchmen and Figlishuien lots 4 the state and congressional elec baa vet been It you want to he nobby and swell wear converted to that faith notwere wallow ing through next to top cuss each other at tion in Bochester iu 1S7 J to test the ap- Â¬ Njine of the techni waking declared lie would make it i to 3 thing in existence withstanding the vast sums devoted to he Bine Grass Hat Walton fr Rice 14 cal and scieutilic paers had published ble roads the practical perfection of Inca plication of the fourteenth and fifteenth that he ould Ta missionaries in China There are accepted a call to the It von desire to know something brief accounts of what was bang done highways was further emliellished by amendment of the United states consti- of Caucasian heathens in every plenty Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Iresbvterian eh urch of Washington Worids Fair Highest Medal and Diploma one of almut my eighty vears of existence I was iu France and iermany but the reading flowering hedges and umbrageous trees tution She was arrested for illcal vof our large cilies City just as sorely in need Marion Mauville Pope in Octoberlip ing and was lined but in accordance was horn Mt Vernon Knox county Ohio public was ignorant of the horseless ear conversion as the Chinese and M matwith her defiant declaration she never Ih iiiKH advances in the price of October 28 1815 My father was a Vir- riage or motocvcle There were proba- pincotoa ter of econo ny there would be millions FOR paid the penalty last week indiiate advancing ginian by birth and of Irish parentage bly half a dozen such vehicles in the in it Louisville Times EGGS AND FRUIT IN A CAVE United States In less than three months Reviled jeered at and lampooned by He was the village blacksmith ritv I workthe press and treated with cold and dised ill tin shop till 1 was old enough to American inventors and manufutur A valuable of land miles trom Briggs Cave in FMmonson countv ha lines to learn the printers tradeand in the mean ers have practically solved dainful indifference bj many of her owe The U Reports Richmond on tract Union C2it 1 Pike joina new the ey speeches change ban Is It has been sold to Cal BEX she waged her campaign with inshow Royal Baking Powder ing Hie lands Ol WJ Collins and Vil time I tutored myself in music bv practi- and strange problem tern Kenttu kv cing every day on a banjo and an old vioifornia parties The cave was formerly domitable courage against many odds nkw rrm nxao rowmrna lam Fre ch and part of the P T Phelps superior to all others All in gra s has been for a nuin lin irm C Briggs of Russell St v can nv enter into the retirement It is safe to say that not less than 100 owned by Capt a little Rood work ber of years Ha I be finest water on it I had none of the advantages of ville and the teiiiierature in it is so low w nicti she has so richly earned with the If ou desire a luxurious unnol edu different types ot motocycles are now in i Miter la the Penitentiary lor Eytra h need Excellent v m the ciintv all the year round that fruits can le pre comforting solace that those who decried healthy hair of a natural color cation enjoyed by the youths of to day process of construction in cities life for killing Kellev Close lo churches and natures neighborhood scattered but had to Ik content with the rudiments over the United I n a business Addre s States That ail of them served for vears in tlieir natural state her methods and questioned her lllo- - crowning ornament 01 both sexes uaeonlf schools RICHARD COBB JR ll wot o South Dakota had two in oi learning afforded in a country school will compete in The Times Heralds con The California parties will ship fruit to uvea are compelled iy t tic politic events Halls Vegetable Silician Hair Renewei Oanville K 5 w Friday J lie school master knew little while Kentucky House test by reason of the fact that some will the cave by the car load and preserve it ban I and for this reason I took not have time in until winter when it will demand a much which to perfect their ATI m m m m m m m m k hi little or no interest in the work In those vehicle aud submit it to higher price 1 K 1 practical tests is u Vakmum will days as they do now the scholars were not likely The gentleman who closed the deal of Marlborough and always given lessons to learn will also use the cave foranother purpose for the folIn order to win these American moto v will kare a k low ingdav As soon ai I got home He has invented a method of presetting cycles will bave to excel the best The Unaocrata of Lexington did the had to work in the shop and consequent products ot France and ermany The eggs and will buy up timing the summer pr per thing when they elected ludge ly was given a thrashing the next lav Dannier motor which won most of the season quantities of eggs and for not knowing the exercise Then the prizes in Morton pr ident of their club I the Paris Bordeaux race and store them away in the cave until winter ol man took another turn at my anat- Ho Bt from Califarnia to New York to leading Iimvt must be sensational and O ay beeaaee I was licked at school Be the Ben motor thewill both motocvcle make arrangements for storing his eggs power of ermany be repretuat noMHca has grown a little mo- - tween these frcjiient applications of cold sented iu The Times Heralds contest of but the best he could do was to resort to u the have gone to hanging peo-- birch from my parent and the old Badger Nov t They will he driven by experi- cold storage This was objectionable for i tin- schN the reason that it froze the eggs antl bouse was soaked with enced inotoruien who are confident that e ough oi he oil of the wsd to luakeme the results of the Paris Bordeaux race made them liable to decay in a very A at week a strapping big fellow though sickly s will be short time after being taken out of the repeated in this instance nanny of Ex Cnft ilu a elii With his process for preserving Those who intend to compete in The storage ed in tlieir old in nns taki lag art in Talk about ignorance Well heres a Times Herald motocvcle contest of Nov them he can keep them in thecavewith sample of n y brilliancy as a boy One are again notified that the time for re- out their being frozen and when his eggs day a theatrical manager came into the I I ii county ceiving entries expires M Monday Sept are taken out in the w inter to be mar- shop and asked the old man if I could I and left i r Ho siecial form of entry blank has keted thev will be in as nerfect condi play adding that he had ton inform d - remote w it It his par hunt mil and his len prepared ii simply U ing neccessarv tion as when put in the cave Times ne of the residents rrf the town that ire pockets empty to address I culd I was so scared to death and contest rooto the editor of the inotocvcle THK HORNING COMETH m Ml Times Herald BuildTo add toaiii troii ue in suppretv iiiL said I didnt think I could but he replied ing a formal notification that a vehicle the Cuban insurrection Aiiuiital Iaiejo laythng would go as one of the We believe that the light is dawnine and forty others were drown d near Ha musicians was sick and be only wanted willbeenered for competition It has for the South for merchants as well as n t been deemed necessary to requite vana in a collision last Thursday me to fill the vacuum Now vacuum was any money deposits as an evi- for farmer for the professional as well as a new word at Mount Vernon eapeciall 15 F This belief is based of nod faith it being assumed the working man Fit u of the French Kv in mv part of the town so I Biaw wiiatl lILil dence principally upon two things feud has U en indicted in Breathitt iz that no one will enter a vehicle uni The its meaning and replied that I had he n county for the murder ol ludge J filly intends to comiete Chicago disposition of capita to seek southern ill aud didnt think I had strenth et iiiv stinent and the more rational and Ml he will tind wme to Ml limes Herald a vacuum at that time The joke conservative methirds adopted by south way out of it gt out and from that time the buyacail TEACHER Ii TOO WHIP ein farmers in raising their farm siie fcxn has torn his ahirl ed me Vacuum Dan plies at home uxju the farm It no ermit us to offer two njDjnIiona I believe that I was up and down the hack BMBtnwx- a Uini musician We have repeatedly called attention to t lev will do no harm as you are not At any rate I always loved music ediy by his attack McOrnrf an and obliged the southward movement of investment to accept them churn and clearly demonstrates that tllie- alttr months of hard work I ami enterprise and have on several oc L Dont keep the switch iu the schoolit is time loi bim to repair to Ok n Lily ltar1 play a numU rot instruments casions pointed out the enormous saving room Let the roil aron when needed After erring my apprenticeship for the winter realized in home made bread and meat was engage to trave with a you can send lor it and thus have time Hitherto the proceeds of printer the cotton crop to think A rod lying within the Teach i filer was at L hattanooga us and for twenty two vears without of the South have lieen sent to the Wist lasi vnh and went on top of Lookout ers reach is i sort of dare and children n played under the for the things consumed in making the tain win re the wind blew thruaah white tents h not an not till Is- that I hae been taught in to take a dare crop now these things bona made at w his d caused him to be - Iiont whip the presence of the home the started in the minstrel business There South will receive cash for its from his seat m the lnciiue plain car were only Perhaps the offender must la gr four persons with me but we school at staple and this cash will be utilized cutting his head severely hipped but the school should lie in Were with a circus and with our stump every kind of development apncbn and ttolnoa we put ap a better aasred the humiliati n of witne s ag the ft ahnU the school to see I show than do many minstrel companies infliction Gov Bob Talor of Tennessee ob Cotun avs ol to day As far as poetry is concerned pupil whipped tor whipping m a fight As ibis world goes roun and roun Chief of Bureau ot Pnail inf and Car perhaps a necessary tight but a tight it is only a matter of grinding out thyme Some go up and some go down private Secretary Van Btodaa are none the less Ninety niue whippings notable Washington cyclists but nol v with me and I can do that as fast as a The various imitations of the original in every one hundred administered M machine A Thedford lias heard of trov r riding a wht Cos Liver Medicine Alrout Dixie Well 1 wrote that in publicly tause the school to sympathize or Black Draught live for a time quarrel with the pupil and against the Teacher Wiikv it js r calied ihat McCreai the spring of 185 I was in New York al among themselves and pass into oblivion ried two counties aitjiiiaiaj Pertain tue time playing with Bryants minstrels whatever the offense Could there be a For more than half a century this reliable better reason lor privacy home county while the latter was yet a al A7J Broadwa Southern remedy lias gone up and up was particulailv en and now lited states Senator no gaged to eoawon all the negro songs and School stands the acknowledged superior ot an eCari will be necessary to under he walk rounds or plantation vegetable liver medicine made THK AUTHOR ONCE TAUGHT IX ssiis stand why the her of Fort Don me niglit atter the lierfonnauce I Pittsburg Texas April 14 igna wati MADISON COUNTY peaks disjaragiiigly of iovernor Jeemss walking down the street wbn kjiie I have been using Thedfords Black candidal y Bryant approached Uie and laid Miss Dollv Higbee once taught school Draught for twelve or fifteen years llie to It cmpose a new walk round to Ik- - ready in this county 1 and there are those who has saved me a good many dollars in docutmost profound nine olidi tcy that for the Monday afternoon rehearsal He may lie interested in the subjoined from tors bills and my family a great deal of has bna aoiBOlntol anywhere in the said he wanted the teal negro stuff aud the sickness Loehmile Times Y B Coiter btate this season was the lelusal by the something the boys could whoop aud Mrs Dolly Higbee Gepperts new story liolla K Hart ol I lemingsburg to holler in Beware of liniments fur Catarrh Thai In Ze Studio an Idyl of the Housetop introduce io riior M Creai to the auIt took me just aUmt an hour to write is just Contaia Mercury out and will prove of interest to dience be agree with the verses to Ihxie and BanMM the Louisville people some of whom figure As mercury will surely destroy the sense muse hut it became such a favorite that in the romance while others are ac- of smell and completely derange the was forced to sing it every night -S L It quainted with the characters starred hi whole system when entering it ANtMHKi a IAWUM through v en sung in the North till lstil rs the plot It is a newspaper story the asocna surfaces Such articles should when the Confederates took it up 1 his time lexiiigiou throughout written from a society col- Â¬ never be used except on prescriptions is to have a legal hanging The negro Henry Smith who national song Afterthat it wasas much umn standpoint and the author confessfrom reputable physicians as the damage as a muited Mrs Mary Hudson last month of mans life was worth to sing it Berth es that she retired from the business af- they will do is ten fold to the good you the Mm and Dixon line The Con ter nine yars of work will be hanged next month provided weary of the con- - can possibly derive from them Halls federates denied that it was- written by a iction that she came into this wicked Catarrh Cure manufactured by F j Cheha Curt of Affinll interfere Northern mn but I ployed my BMMrty world for the express purpose of Ij ing ney The jury was out only six minutes An Â¬ Co Toledo O contains no mer and by my copyright stoppe its publica- - about people in other negro is under sentence ol death print She goes on to cury and is taken internally acting di- Â¬ tiou It was ungual v sung this way 1 X state that although she hail heard much rectly upon the blood and mucous sur- Â¬ A f llll Pll at Lntojton for e 1 10 CHORUS w i I of a certain acnintor and bin win m i faces of the system In buying Halls I ook away lail I bok away look away Dixie bad come to make their home iu Louis- Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine r r land ville she kept away from them for a It is taken internally and made in ToleThe vernor of Vermont said in his In Dixie land where I was born in long time fearing that they lielonged to do Ohio by FJ Cheney Co Testi- Â¬ Chattaiioona speech last week that the Early on oue frosty iiiorniu he army of the deserving incapabies monials free Sooth thought she was right during the cHoursAXD caoKua who like the poor are always with harSold by druggist 75c ut now she saw differently and 1 wish I was iu Dixie us hooray booty would ban P teach ber children Ihat In Hixie land Finally she goes to the studio and it well take our staud Awarded ehe was wrong Ttia TiMilB of Ten To live a id die in Dixie is theie that the real fuu and pathos Highest Honors Worlds Fair ot ntonse mve him to understand that he Away awav awav down Siuth in Drxie the ston- liegin The sculptor in ques- Â¬ iv si Dot only thought dining the war tion is Carl Rohl Smith who with his tht In Dixies land de darkies grtw the Ninth was right but thinks so now lieautiful wife once occupied a studio in If white folk- - onlv plant tlieir tr m and will so teach hie children the Polytechnic building Mr Smith The Thev wet the ground with baca smoke made a has m nv sup Then np bas relief portrait of Mrs Geppert WMM the darkies head will poke u liel Ihat sanse old at that time but it was accidentally Ionn in OI missus married Will de weaver queatioii of state Rights is yet alive broken when his atelier was dismantl l illutm was a gay deceiver Mrs Geppert tells the story very grat e LAih V MNSIIiKimiilN When he put his arms around er fully and adds that this love romance of He leahed as fierce as a forty pounder the sculptor ami his wife was not some A hlearam from Taenia briefly n I unit the minstrelsy in Sit and went thing somedodv had written to Sell loan at a railrttad train ran over a to Chicago where I hve1 editor no killing tie driver and four othtr ao My health failed me till a few years seen it then adds f r it was real 1 have and I thought and it lifted my soul antK Thai is no unusual occur that the B curtain was about to Ire rung I am glad to read pleasant things of rence Every fen days some vehicle is down on my life forever but mv strong our brilliant ex Louisvillian but come nnahetl up bv a tram iition pulled methrough and here now is it not a trifle unkind in Mrs Gepatantcar aud soueUdv is killed 1 am MOST PERFECT MADE as hale aud hearty as ever and pert to turn Sta es evidence on the liter auti then a Iroaw wnon or ert runs flood for another twenty yearr to niaka ary convicts who are at present sentenced A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free down a Ughter BaWaia and io turn U m from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant it the even hundred to tko pen Kmtor Printing I i V I Harvey writes in the WesRev in cases such as above cite tern Recorder Ixmisville as follows the casualty is ascribed to carelessness While at Richmond Ky recently we Now anil then it is and in many cases stopped at the new and elegant Hotel carelessness may enter to a limited ilyndon The proprietor F Corzelius extent into the affair But too often learned that Miss Marv Hollingsworth entirely too often the main trouble is was matron of the Baptist Orphans lack of for consideration the Home Ixuisville and he made no rights f other people A man will start charge Hon John I White was a out in a vehicle He assumes a lordly guest and he told us that the hotel was and indifferent air Pedestrians must conducted on high toned moral principles J aside for him to ass Other vehicles no bar or pool room attachment The must choose lietween a collision and hotel without such appendages is a suc- Â¬ nMteg to one side The man drives cess and a great credit to Richmond We aliiif probablv not taking any fiendish also learned that hotels with bar room Might in hustling other people out of and iool room attachments at Wincheshis way but quietly enjoying his ilei of ter NicholasviCe Mt Stei ling and Ver rights xner or later he naktn an sailles had made assignments The morelectric car or a locomotive and that al is plain nis career The carelessness in the transaction is that he overlooked the FORTY TWO MOTOCYCLES IN PRE PAKATMN lOK THE CONTEST important fart that he might get hurt in WHICH ATTRACTS WORLD a scrimmage with a railroad Oh WIDE ATTENTION neat does not cause him to drive on the track in front of the moving ear or train Forty two motocycles have been enit is his lack of consideration for the rights of other people He Ml IHBlHi tered in The Times Herald road race of the train to turn aside lor him to pass Not I There is every reason to beliee and doubtless in his last moment he that the event will exceed in scientific inthinks it strange the train does not atop terest even the great Paris races which attracted the attention of the world or go around him The Chicago Uaukegan race will be It such creatures could all ret killed or learn that the roads are not made witnessed by the foremost engineers and exclusively lor them but for every IkxIv inventors of England V ranee and Oer alike these ghnttf tragedies would many some of whom are now in Chicago for the express purpose of watching the nearly mm pedestrians Isually 1 of the last few years to acknowledge that her labor for equal rights for women has not MOB entirely in vain Times Herald Rudys Pile Suppository Phu-ni-cia- -- - Â¬ Â¬ VAX II 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- I 1 Th e PLUG zfedt niece Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of GOOD TOBACCO ever sold tor I 1 I v IO I CENTS iliiimnn IT TICKLES THE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 INSTANT RSLIEf FARM SALE Â¬ Â¬ S Govt LIGHTM HOT DHOPS CURES HEALS BREAKS UP tc SSSM M 4 I rhcra Flu Â¬ terrn 1 rs- - Â¬ Smells good Tastes Good Does Good every tim om cierywiere at zoc ana oQC Mo e Botte f No fir HERB MEDICINE CO u maca u 25e fcaiti Pa SSSMKISXTll 1 w jrsr si i I iIttt i llllllltlfrtltllll I I II 1 I II t Â¬ tone I I i ii I -- Â¬ n CLOSE Quit Business WE HAVE DECIDED TO And are going to dispose of our entire stock of-m 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Ml 1 Â¬ 1 - 1 vjMMkM -- Â¬ I tom Â¬ ami Â¬ 1 And in order to do so we will sell EVERY TTFM strictly a le come and take them A ana elegant line of Boia-FideQuit-Bsiess1 BY CHRISTMASt 1 -- -- - nTTp TAnirxTon r TPCK AT COST This sale is -r ttKiAi vw r everybody who uiuu ixi wiMm lur will Â¬ Â¬ ami Â¬ I nahr j Stylish Cloaks and rl Illl u umeti -- Â¬ quitilniisiness portunity you will have only once in a life time Wraps for Ladies Misses Children and Infants now be offerwl n w tatl w rIIJIiniPf it -- price nBwwera full line This is an JicW AKiy i op- - of ikii IFALL DRESS GOODS WINTER GASSIMERES DR away loaded Flannels Winter lit jory and Underwear Hnndk in every department and erervthini nt ot is Ar rsetS UIOVe8 nd in f compile stock ume one eom all and you are bound to g v- - eTaJLin BAKING Â¬ Â¬ nmm YEARS THK STANDARD I I Allen m m 40 e Main Street Opposite Court house RICHMOND KY m m mm m m mi Todd i mmmmm- -- J TXjBiUml BBB BB I THE CLIMAX EDXESDAY Da is llentirratir Speakiap At the meeting of the Richmond Dem Â¬ getting well let Lnd ocratic Clob at the Court louse Saturday night there will le apeakine Judire Uxdloe J A Sullivan Got He Creary and others will discus the situation Ksst Ksll An Are La4y Brown Smith died at her home in Richmond on Saturday Sept ZlaL IMS aged M veirs Buried in the heals of Mrs Maria CORRESPONDENCE KINGSTON Erysipelas Has been my affliction from childhood It was caused by impure blood and every spring I was sure to have a long spell and my general health would give Doctors did Way ma tut littlf goad and I became d- Â¬ Last espondent spring erysipelas IB v settled in my eyes and I became total- Â¬ ly blind tor several weeks Hoods Sar- saparilla was recommended and after tak- Â¬ ing one bottle my sight gradually returned my blood became puriHed and I was restored to good health With HoodsSar aaparilla one is well armed to meet an foe Miss LtLU Lek 144 Market St Memphis Tenn Remember ISErt5ifrJSrj fBfTrljiSIrr frUiMJlt Hfii Rev tieoree O Barnes her There will he onlv three games of inter collegiate liall this year Only three jointly colleges are represented in the league at hpiscopal Uirvewt Festival Central lnicrsity Kentucky State Oni lav nd Kentucky University The K Blantou is ring from games will lie played a follows Novem is illness bar S State College vs Kentucky Ini Novemlier Central and I urnam will sol have versity at Paris University vs Kentucky tniversitv at bexiagtaa Novemlier T fUsti folic ir useu Bailey Monday Steal 1niversity at Richmond It Hh Sent has been decided be the representatives lieges that men who are Methodiat Conference Bl ruled out of the asasa by the umpire will hi v he ruled out of all other league games einent of Ixe Jake White led i ommitteearhitratioii sustains morrow the umpires rulii a Rel House Bennett will not debate HIf and ft Â¬ -- - - ilia Bniajrhoasea nd Bailey Iuhlir Sale crowd at administrators sale of J C Bice near Waco Tuesdiv The no acre farm rented by i W Rice for Implement and household goods fair - com arnaaml ininrtliim urn in the field cattle S to 4 rents II a wevk V Y World aul and mules h1 pri At administrator- - sale of P Kmhrv Hogs high Corn ratic cluls pe-- Friday Irge crowd with drawu at so cents Implements and household goods brought good prices iirnani Sr is tlie way but stock went lew Fair yearling mules tui lay yearling horse colts to Combined man I cemetery Monday Mrs Smith was horn in Cloueester county England the daughter of John BioWu In ISlii she removal with her parenta to Richmond landing at Balti- Â¬ more and coming hv wagon to Pittsburg by llit loat to Msy8ille ami hv wagon via Blue lacks and Boonesborough to Richmond Her uncle Win Brown had preceded them hv several years and with Joseph Iees huilt a spinning facorv in Richmond one of the pioneer concerns of the West Another uncle was killed at Waterloo In lsI deceased married Solomon Smith a prominent merchant also a native of England had removed to Fay ette countv thence to Kichmond He died many years ago Mrs Smith was a consistent member of the Christian church a most amiable woman kind neighbor and indulgent mother she retained her mental faculties to the last and her health was reasonably good till recently Hit children are W B Smith lawyer FhomaaJ Smith retired merchant and Mrs Curtis F Moberley Â¬ Martin is about well again The telephone is still a novelty here Bee J K Boatman preached at Mt Zion Sunday Mr John Crawford of Jrays Ky is home for a two weeks stay Miss Addie Man pin vipited her mother in Richmond from Friday until Monday Little Fan son of Mr Brack Maupin has been quite sick but is now improving Dr Hurst is building which will be a beauty n Ir JIS m mim SrSJ i i 1CL0THING MENS CLOTHING YOUTHS CLOTHING BOYS CLOTHING 4 rcJ i Â¬ sra vim new residence He is a tuau of taste I lur merchants are receiving their fall goods and business has an upward tendency Mr Joe Creekmore has received lumber with which to build an addition to his house Mrs Sallie Gibba has greatlv improved her property with new fencing and a coat of whitewash Berea and Kingston engaged in a game of base hall Saturday afternoon at this place The game was interesting and Kingston came out victorious Rev Anderson of Speedwell preached a most excellent sermon at the Baptist church Sunday The church is without I pastor now but we hope to have one Â¬ Â¬ m srSl FrUS Sarsaparilla HnnH Hoods Pill r a rib Is the Only True Blood Pu ifler promi- Â¬ nently in the public eye fl six for 6 livor nis hiiiou OOll lew births on Foosey Ridge To the wife of Mr Hensly Whittaker a girl to the wife of Mr David Short a girl to the wife of Mr Elvira Tudor a boy to the wile of Mr James Ray a boy to the wife of Mr A FSanders a girl i t t KlTUIoN mm 9 U In all the latest things to be found in the clothing market Onr line is by far the largest and most raa complete that we have ever shown All at popular prices No one can or will sell yon a suit or iSfit 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 fall and lay in what yon need for this winter In Boys PS Clothing we have something entirely new fri I J uJ ffreswTSajay i rrl ralBlrrliBl jr I mnVx NnwawK tsVaasif II v - i icli Ijiii- nd is j la in sightly aboot ui Total ol sale alont SI 5m Pri only moderate at B H Iuxons sale of personally near town last Wednesday Fat hogs brought 405 Harass went low Ihiters fair price Mules cheap Farming implements low The Free Pike PiIiIiiih nigs at ou V f5 Id read the ad to the - Mii- valuable i inty - two d r sT much fstahertsnn - Fayette week A m Rarboor attor at Irvine t with tl I rving lie earth Coyle presented to County Judge Burnam a lengthy peti - ilnnit to a vote akine the oi the people at the November election the aeration of free pikes County Attorney Cobb demurred to the petition on the ground that under Section 474 under which Coyle waa proceeding the County ludge could only appropriate muds it the County mav now have or that it may hereafter acquire other than for some specific purpose As the County had no sin h funds ludge Burnam sustained the demurrer and the m wa dismissed Judge Burnam sera that Coyle should proceeded under 4734 and applied Court of Claims that probably of the law a rote under that have been had hut he thinks that law wi iidment Be the n may the question cannot nou come before the peo tier of next year re V S To the Democrata of Madiaim county The time has arrived when we should liegin to organize for an agressive and successful campaign in behalf of Our nom Fxperience has denn uistrated that most effective organization can be accom plished through the medium of Demo cratic clubs operating in conjunction with Â¬ The telephone between Berea and Kichmond has been completed as far as this place and will soon be finished There will be B dozen private boxes be tween here and Richmond Heath visited the home of Mr and Mrs Arch Doty Saturday stoning at 9 oclock anl took from them their precious little babe It was ijiiite a shock to the family the child being sick only a few days Burial in Richmond cemetery Sunday afternoon T T T fgpfrt is The watei hausted melon crop about ex rHJ rj rol wWwwdiH B S3 iMjM IP H o mething that wont wear double seat and knee for - Sj WMVL1 E wi nH JJ-I--- a1 wi Â¬ Bogie tv Moberl y our merchants report good sales Mrs Josephine Fain desires to sell or Delayed ILXAST Â¬ liarrti in weddings illetlt ill to- iuiilhtor of lr Sjm Pine ive Clark county fori try merly of this county and Mr I K attorney at law Winchester will Kith Jew le married Miss Annette Van Meter daughter of Bed at Mr ami Mr- - lieu Franklin Van Meter ivette count v and Mr William married ct 1st at Max- Fnshvteiiau church Lexing rimr ton but Mr Lee liptoti ilaughterof Mrs Am in la B lipton aft Sterling and Mr Bourne were married on the li Sept Isth r Kichmond Mr Jam and Mies Malinda McIKmald Bourbon comi ty weie inanie on lues lav -- eit 17th iptist react Adams long a popular the Ulvndon daughter of week Caiit W H Adams Snpt of the K N I lark B I and Mr Win Bingham Pen ick of Loui ville were married on the i But- - ISth well for from a trs e a w Ike Kirkamail Telephone Entirely tsi many eope dont know tion low to use the telephone They ring To avert the disasters which would fol- ny than necessary low Republican ascendency ia thia coun then putting the phone to the ear they ty and state we call uMin all Demon rata Itine hello hello Cential t and take an interest in the presand if by chance they hear Centrals was ent campaign There must be BO doubt ey sic ut tentral give ne ae to the result of the contest in this and Browns county senatorial district iiud state want to speak to them a liop By order of the county committee p -now ali this is unnecessary moment J W Bales nee of except the number In fact it is worse Chairman than useless for it consumes time tires the utral office and - liable to cause IEKSONAL in I Â¬ l -i -1 lea the county committee Tb county committee is called to meet at the Court House in Kichmond at L oclock p in Saturday S pt S8th and each member is specially invited to attend The presidentsof thevarious Deaaocratic clubs throughout the county are request ed to call their clubs to meet at their anal meeting places at 7 oclock p in Saturday Sept stn or such other time be most convenient and are also requested to organize clubs in every vot All Demoing precinct in the county crata are invited and expected to aid in this work Theapproaching election is of universal importance to the lemocrata of the coun the ami the State The Republican par tv from its organization to this hour has been the inveterate enemy of the South That party has and Southern neople not hesitated to disregard the Federal constitution in its attempt to degrade and Tlie attempt of impoverish the South the li publican party to govern the Southern states has resulted in corruption lawlessness and complete failure and be cau e of the character of the constituency of the Republican party in Kentucky the same evils would tlow from this ascend ing in this State The Republican can d Hates local and state have supported and endorsed theii party in its attitude toward and its government in the South The Deaaocratic party is at present responsible for the administration of the government ootn m state and nation and myites joint debates between the candi- I the parties having nothing to tear from the fullest investigation and discu sioi before an intelligent public The Republican candidates have refused joint discussions and hoe to win this contest bj net misrepresenta Â¬ Â¬ 1 Miss Maud Samuels had a pleasant visit with Mrs Ih ll Meighan Mr Cal Easts iniaut child is rapidly improving after a severe illness Mr Wm H Martin our mail carrier will entertain your readers with the news from Caleast rent her property here Tobacco cutting is in full blast the crop is reasonably good Miss Sallie Bogie who has been dan gerously sick isstowly improving M men who There e e several G attended the encampment from here HenAmong them were the following derson Wheeler Spiire Noel John Sal lee H T Bogie W A Moberley Nathan CottOO S M Miyder WinSallee BBOOKSIOU mm Sp Â¬ These boys suits are made a ith double seal and km BEST ON EARTH mt 3 And think of it all ttt X Cobb and bride nee Miss Jane Fatterson returned Saturday and remained Sunday with S T Cobb Mr and Mrs Phil Meighan of Lexington are spending several weeks with their grandmother Mrs - J Martin Caleast one of those small villages that are to be found in the outskirts of many towns in Kentucky whose distant Ixiun daries are lost in the contiguous Blue rass farm lands is situated live miles south of Richmond on the Lancaster like About two years before the time of this letter Mr Calvin East of Garrard countv purchase the farm of Mr Wm- T Mitchell and our flourishing post office is in Mr Easts store which for several years has been conducted by Mr Thomas Meighan In my next letter I siiall give your readers more about our interesting neighborhood Gii Mr D L Â¬ 1 ttt CANolA A of Centralia Brockman visiting her uianv relatives here Mrs Mattit Harris of HI with her niece Miss Mamie Lisle of Elkin Clark county came Wednesday lo visit Mr Silas Baxter and other relatives till Sunday Mrs J A Turpin called a reunion of her brothers and sisters last Thursday in honor of her brother CreenFarks and family of Jackson Fort Kansas Miss Powell and Miss Clara Young of Clark are guests of Mrs W i Fowell Mr Buz Stevens who was among the participants in the ti A R festivities lound ins saw mill shut down when he returned but he soon readjusted the pump and all went well Miss Maggie Btookshire and Mrs W i Fowell of this neighborhood attend ed the Association at Irovidence church in Clark last week Corn cutting began among us this morning Generally the crops are well matured Mrs Susan Mo is m SPECIAL FIRST eign Markets the finest SPECIAL 8BD N1 SPECIAL THIRD Bow- JuiM This line will surprise you Nothing mar like it shown here received the new Fall Lin of Woolen now open embracing all the Uest things Come in and sec them we can suit you please you and save you money We hae all grades from the cheapest Fall Hats and our C Serkwear now ready v M 350 400 450 500 pa 15 fc Youmani New Big Line of Fall - in the latest blocks They are beaetiea Have them in Four-in-II- SPECIAL FOURTH Ban Mackintosh in town Large line cheap in both boa sad cape Costs nye Us a look We will Line If Yon Are Interested in Onrtligli -- uit and please v Come and look anyway We will be glad v no one will sell you goods in our line cheaper than we will 11 w vou onr -- t MwvwwnAiwvwiMW4WWW Â¬ 11 mm sg mm ii COVINGTON MITCHELL f c Â¬ 5 THE CLOTHIERS - 5 SIb mm 1 big meeting is in progress at iood come have luea Chapel Several mi liui A few nights ago a colored through The Feavine Base ball club met our sister came through and springing to bnys Saturday for a match game and her feet knocked Over a heating stove was defeated badly They are all green smashing it into smithereens She per- bands at the game formed such acrobatic feats among the Spring time is the I a Wit tat - that she was severely cat Truly When lowers begin to bloom the holy ghost sometimes gets reckless After the dead scenes of winter Colored preachers might read and en Comes the sweetest perfume 1st Cor force the following 1433 Then comes the suniinei breeze 40 God is not the author of confusion If warm and gentle showers Let all things be done decently and in Â¬ ttt mm BpjsfgJBfp lfJffiJSJ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Â¬ w mm Public Renting her children -- - ii Mj order advertised T B Mizes growing corn for sale in order to get it cleaned of weeds Tom promptly shouldered his hoe cleaned it out and thus saved his corn This year Tom says when M A L goes into his field after roasting ears he sticks a S and W in each pocket But Tom sy if Morrill should be indicted he will appear to prav the mercy of the court for no man could start into that field and not feel that his life is in danger from all manner of w ild beasts Even brothers-in-lacan lie pretty hard on each other but in this case they stand it like little men M A Iist year Logsden Â¬ Iieing The correct thing to do at to ring the Mr Rice Benton weut West yesterday put the phone to your ear on a visit Tt T Iresently von will hear a KAIDW IN n cattle to Jer- - and listen Mrs William dull law is visiiiting lo Have on your tongues V Mr N B Howard was in Irvine a few rt to friends in Shelbvxille end the number you want aid immedi days last week Miss Nettie Ashcraft of Irvine is vis ately sjn ak it hstinctlv Omit all else Mrs Cas Duncan and Mrs Mead Mot iting Mrs i F Bradley Central baa no time to listen tosuperllu rattle In III is County Clerk Vernon L Vaugh of Ir ley continue ill at then respective homes Huh all such formalities as if you Miss asreptba Howard who has een vine was here Friday please IU he obliged to you ect ill and not able to attend school for sev- Â¬ Miss Jennie Ferrell has been very sick I In-tiiM riiuiiHt iluilhng eral weeks is somewhat improved outlet for is now convalescing of Kiclimond have but patient citizens Farmers are busy cutting corn and Mrs Huaoard of Missouri is visiting ii their hands a overnnient Build working up sugar cane The schoolboys hied affWar from her ceuia Mrs Eugenia Hume r the past three years an who are not cutting corn are getting fat nd son of tnler ut indications the youngest generMrs Cellar of Lexington ia the guest and sweet on laasal clock Tuesdav ation now living will have passed over of her friend Mrs ti Schathausen Mr J A Ham and Mr James Tudor the divide before its completion We Mrs J H Powell attended Methodist of Kdenton were in this neighborhood a Richmond cemetery this after suppose however that is none of our Conference at Winchester lat week I am few days ago looking at sheep business But what we are kicking about Mrs Sarah Black has returned from the not able to quote prices offered bv them an what the average citizen doesnt summers stay at Mnldraughs Hill KeeaVa aVegfe or to report whether or not they pur Â¬ like is the unsightly fence erected in Mr anl Mr- - W T Chapel Heath is once more on the chased auv front of the building which compel hi all rain trouble on Saturday street all right except a scar on his face The time of year lor the improvement wade out in the mud pe aOiit days Mrs Gregory and daughther have re- of roads has arrived and many hands are near the middle of the street to get by it i in Richmond c uie While riding over them now Why cant the fence lie moved oti of the turn from a visit to relatives in Boyle at work Monday Miss Sarali Scott has returned to her we are loath to say they are improved pavement and nearer hhk mi an k KlhHtt lastitatr i ii i and the pavement be repaired ao home in Lexington much to the regret but there is another time w hen we hope for better things in the future Iupils from a distance enrol ied for the people can pass with some little conven of her many friends If yon never wished vou were a nigience It M unite certain no individual m Mes is Errick and Iham Rolierts and ion ger we are sure von would when you Metz Hover KyMiss would lie allowed such extra privileges Mr James Barclay of Missouri are vis pass Terry Ferkins melon patch There ami should the government have any iting Mr Clifton ShirhYt i L true Burk Brvantsvilie Hal more than individuals lrnest Brown Iewisport Mis- - Rosa B March of Lexington is are watermelons muskadines and canta ksville and the Misses the attractive guest of Mrs Fattie Farrisb loupes by the score To pass by causes Bark Vrom Karope you to anticipate and if you were a arrollton Mr Frank Swope and lr John Bar at Maple Giose nigger with a sack you might realize boar arrived home yesterday aftei a two Mr Jim Crutcber who has lieen sufferlathes All In to a great extent although some nnnaa uioiiths trip through Europe These ing with his eyes for some time has gone tion might result iine is up for entries in the IVm- two young men are very popular in to Louisville to consult aaoanffat Miiiarv for councilmen Whoever wrote the article iu the Cii Loafcarills society and their friends are Miss M Mrs Thus Fhepsand daughter It Irecinct James irt bonse of last week in regard to the beau glad to welcome them home Minva are in Ixxiugton where the lat Dykea ev tiful girls l Foosey Ridge has never Although tney were gone only two ter is having her throat treated Cniversity Freoimt I ft Stouffer N been to Baldwiu I am sure otherwise months they claim lo have seen a great Miss Margaret Chenault is visiting at n J stone Walker that statement would not have been deal of the European continent They Sumners Forest the home of Hall Irecinct A E Carse J A made We invite him or her down up landed iaftlellaod and from there took Sarah Humphreys in Woodford county or over whichever it may be feeling Meaabon T Wells bicycles and wheeled through Holtheir Mi Win Owsley lias returned to his confident that that statement would be Wiaekruter Oeart land Belgium Germany Austria Swit In all they post of duty in the revene service after a immediately retracted and France Ramsey auctioneer rejiorts 4o lerland ltalv 11 miles on their wheels long absence on accouut of his acciMr Win Harvey and wife have been ti the market Smooth feeders traveled mileage made during one dent last w inter Mr Harvey reÂ¬ visiting in Ijuiisville The greatest weight bixmght Mr A R Burnam and daugnter Miss turned Wednesday and found three of day was 148 miles Esther left Monday for Colorado Springs his children sick Masters Bourbon and They say it is the only way to see eprling steers brought and are loud in their Col w here the latter will be placed at Willie having been attacked with some pair smooth work Miss Esther will lie very much disease and Miss Emma suffering from a praise of European roads They were school air plain fat men encumbered with baggage as al they missed in Richmond this winter severe wound cause by sticking a nail on ng ewes S1 m ei heal tuite not into her foot Mrs Harvey had exect The Vanitv Fair club has been revivof mule colts mns at SM carried was a celluloid collar aud a tooth r ed and will give a series of its delightful ed to extend her visit for a week or so assi mares Medium not brush Each of thesegentlmen brought back entertainment during the fall and winter longer but finding matters at home in wanted Low grades tU to 20 which their Miss Lila Chenault will give the first of such a serious condition Mr llarvev ima great many souvenirs tM Agaiast Tadar HisaiiMed mediately sent for her Nixv friends can have for the asking Iuis the series at her elegant home Cumbersuit of the County against land View Friday evening ville Commercial lith C W Tudor for whiskey CUTTONBUBO Dr L II Blanton preached in Nicho The Madera Kraaty over was ei tel and not paid Most of the farmers are done cutting Thriven on good lood and i tinshine with lasville last Sunday and moderated a in the without prejudice e in the open air Ilei congregational meeting which erected the tobacco ami are making sorghum irl form glows vmIi health and her face Rev Rutherford iouglas as astor of the Mr Heuderson Wheeler has finished t held that Tudor JudgeS hsd no Fr his new barn and filled it with tobacco beauty If her lystcm Presbvterian church in that place Cona-- bloom- with its taxaa therefor the I man aud is one of he cleam ing action of a laxative Douglas is an old C Died near liuckeye Teliiha Cotto n could not hah him and his oi Isinen ui tr p in is oi a wh ever wife of Natiiniel Cotton Sr on the MOtii remedy she ues the jjentle nd pleasant the to n graduated from the institution liquid laxative Syrup of he was a cousist- day of August 18B5 aviuent aud the era must look to Tir Weakness w the symptom impover- - ent member of the Baptist church Rev The country is wild over it What ished blooJ the cause Hod Sar aparilla j J i Bond pleached the funeral Prices Cream Baking Powder The Blue Grass ttiff hat Wallace RJC since my last letter there have kx the cure It makes the weak strong fcl GoM Mnt1 MUMln Mr Ss Fraacit Far tea ram firt liell gently i I Â¬ i I i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Each cason forces upon our considera tion its own peculiar perils to health any reduced in The advent of fall find- strength and vigor poorly prepared to continue the business of life The stom ach and bowels the great highway of animal economy is especially liable to disorder in the fall The nervous system has also suffered in the stuiggle Typhoid v wiKY raw fever and malaria in particular find in Rev Mr Cockerham who formerly the fall that combination of earth air and preached here talked to a good size water that mark this season as especially ndience here Sunday at 11 a in and dangerous The falling leaves the decay 7 SO p m ing vegetable- - contribute their share of Hoods Sar aparilla furA great deal of sw kne s contamination Wm Bedford returned last week from niahe a moat valube safeguard at these a business trip for Southern Lumber important points and should be used in the fall before serious sickness has laid Company in the eastern part of the Stat you ov aged about lo years Burgin Howard was thrown from one of the train wavs of naniag He S L Cos mills one day last week grandest event of the season will Tlie was not seriously hurt notwithttanling be the opening days Oct 1st -- inland 3rd be fell about 23 feet of Miss Hart mans Bonnet and Millin ery display stie will he pleased to snow HOC Nil RILL the ladies of Richmond and the county This isa growing village Fry 4 Middle the very latest importations direct from ton of Kirksville have a branch store Paris She has all the novelties of the lected with great care to meet season here The house was recently built the taste of the most fastidious These old storehouse is closed The goods have lieen bought at ro k bottom Tussey has competition in blacksmith prices for cash and she vy ill offer them ing Estes and his new shop that sprang at prices so that any one will be able to up here only a short time ago appear in the latest styles Dont fail to The largest and best known institution attend the grand opening lti 17 in the village is the round hili itself Mv stock of carriages buggies ice a prehistoric mound perhaps the steep- Â¬ is the handsomest and most stylish in the Morris est sided mound in the county Long dug up a skeleton from the top of country Give me a call Richmond Cakrhgb Works it not long ago He can tell you all S L Midkiff Proprietor 39 about it but he wont do it Current rumor here is to the effect that Did Yoa Ever flunk the weather is hot you cannot be well uness you have That -- That ripens every growing stem i i plants fruits and flowers Autum comes a dreary time When sweetest flowers must die Which brings sadness to every heart And many a wishful eve Next comes the howling winter nlv comfort around the fire With a little wife so sweet Just like I desire A P S lbnnM rals Take Ratter MemlxTs of the Richmond Democratic Club wil please assemble at the courthouse on Saturday evening Sept -- Mil at Business of importance TJtl oclock John C Ciikn m it President Al Trustee of Mary Jane Walker and I wil un IE LARGEST STOCK THE FRESHEST A Tiaiely SATURDAY OCT in tent to the highest bidder aboit 7 acre nf and wilhia half mile of Richmond Comfortable dwcllii g nnd outtHiilding J 16 13 Do 1 11 STONE WALKER Traatee MBMU T ttt 11 MONEY Make your money earn Make OCR PLANS OP OPERATION SURE ABSOLUTE SAFETY OF INVESTMENT salary -- II S i ou a monthly -- - 10 and more made daily bv our new mtematic plan of operation on mall in ve t cent- - from 10 upvar AU we a k - loi you to investigate our 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 bu fall and winter goods and we have got them Pa t working new and 01 iginal methods s plan and highest references furnished Our booklet Points and Hint- - how to make aaoocTf and oilier intormatkxi tnt -- Open Roard of Trade Bldg ro 28 krkk GILMORE ft CO Chicago 111 Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ ttt -- I Ir City Demot ralir Primary Kleeiuin It is ordered by the committee that a Primary Election lie held in the several wards in the eitv of Rich mood on Mon uav September 30th 1806 between the hours of 7 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m the said primary to be conducted according to the law governing primaries The following officers are hereby ap pointed to hold said election K Dykes Class Court house Ward Jacobs Judges Joe Bush Sheriff M N I riggers clerk Cniversity Ward -- Ed Ballard C T Eox Judges W L Farley Sheriff C E Smith I lerk Citv Hall Ward David Powers M H Pigg Judges Martin Gefatry Sheriff J S Kennedy Clerk It is ordered that all candidates hand their names each accompanied by S10 pure rich blood r If you are weak tired to defray exneassa sn or before Saturday for The Climax languid and all run down it is because Sept 14th 1895 at ll oclock to Charles Musical Knterlaiiiinent by Noted Talrat Hunley Treasurer of the city committee On Monday eening Septemlier 90th vour blool is impoverished aud lacks viJ P W111 is Chairman tality These troubles may be overcome F B Crooke Secretary at the court house Madame Cecilia Ep pinghauseii Bailey will give a concert by Hoods Sarsaparilla because Hoods A new line of buggies carriages snr It is which will delight the music loving peo Sarsapari la makes pure rich bood ries barouche- - and wagons just received in truth the great blood purifier ple of Richmond This concert is the Come and ee them They are dandies first of a aeries of four musical entertainHoods Pills cure liver ills constip ition Made ot the seat material ai d guaran ments to lie given under the snaps teed Prices lowet than ever before Madison Institute for the benefit of her biiionsres jaundice sick headache indi- Â¬ Richmond Cakki vck Works gestion Members of the classes of music classes S L Midkiff Proprietor 39- the Institute admitted free a pain in the che t a p ece o flannel For Students of music should bear good Lightning Hot Drops dampened with Ch imberlains Pain Balm music in order to cultivate the taste and I What a Funny Name and bound on nver the seat of the p lin and to form a high standard To supply this Vory True but It Kills All Pain another on the back between the shoulders of entertainment- - has need this course Sold Everywhere Every Day will aft rd prompt relief Thin ia eaptciallt lieen arranged Only artiste of the first Without Relief There ia No Par valuable in cas s where th prin - caused class will appear on the programs by a cold jnd there is a tentencv toward Should anything above cost lie realized pneumonia For sale by Hsaaaa Pharfrom these entertainments it will be CX Not a few who read what Mr Robert macy pcinflod for the benefit of the library Rowls of Hollands Va has to say below Patrons and friends of the Institute are wil remenber their own experience under Carriages wagons and buggies over- Â¬ urged to attend the concerts and to en like circumstance Last winer I had la hauled and painted at the very lowest courage others to attend The further- grippe w h ch left me in a low state of prices All work guaranteed to be as ance of any good enterprise in the com health I tried numerous remedies none good a- - any in the State munity depends uou the hearty and of which ilid me any eood until I was in Richmond Carki ca Works full CO operation of all the people of tlie doced to try a bottle of Chamberlain S I Midkiff Proprietor 39- coinniunit y The second ofttils SSI The first bottle of it so Cough Remedy Ayers Sarsiparilla i not a secret musical treats will Ik given on November far relieved me that 1 wasenabe to attend Any physician may have Wh by Edward Baxter Perry Those who to my work and the second bottle effected preparation the fonnuia on application The secret heard Mr Perry last winter will be hap a c ire or sale at 25 and 50 cents per of its success as a medicine Iks in its expy to hear that he is to come agaiu bottle by Wagons Pharmacy traordinary potter to cleanse the blood ot L For years say Capt C Mueller I mpurities and cure the mo t deepseitcd Tws Plfasaat Komws have rcei more upon Ay - Pills than c s s of blool d Unfurnished to rent at 227 3rd St- - Gool inytliinj else in ihe medicine cheat to board can be had in the same building 11 my bowel i nd tho e ol the The regulate showed no baking powder What i the most popular hat of the ship crew These pills are not s vere day The Blue Grasa Hat At Wal in their aition but do their work thorso pure or so great ia teav ttt Â¬ Our lleadv Made Clothing from onlv firstclass manufacturers and our merchant tai loring department unapproachable in Rich a OUR STOCK IS SELECT mond - Â¬ Â¬ MR BERT STOCKTON OUR GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Â¬ Is our cutter and his work is unchallenged -- Â¬ Are all of the latest styles and we can suit the most fastidious Â¬ IN PRICES We allow nobodv to undersell us REMEMBER We have what you want and we will sell it to you if you will onlv call Â¬ Worlds Fair Tests V0RIE3 BROTHERS Rice 14- - ough enlng power as the Royal gJWlTSJrgISJSJ Hno SfJ SALE final 1 profit 1 rTUtBiilJBffJB SSJ pa The Only One To Stand the Test Bar William Coop abuse father was physician for over lifty ears in New Jersey and who himself spent many years preparing for the ractice of medicine Dai subsequently entered the ministry of the I am glad M E Church writes U testify that I have had analyzed all t lie Â¬ rr t ANTIFAT 1BVC V ART IN ARCfUTECTrRE Fa Many i U Plan of a House Which fist 1 Pleasant Features preparations known in the trade hut saisapanlla - nt HJSTRENG inducements to late liiivers by inauiingano pr By thin is meant allti in the lionsmust now inov Irofit s not wanted only ilit- - money vanted JToa eaa have the ponds an as an inducement profits are cat oil and late buv letii J iL AYERS the onlv one of them that I could is Written for This Iaper This very complete and beautiful home contains nine rooms and can be bnilt for 3300 upon a stone foundation and the first story of stone The reception hull parlor dining room and kitchen are on the first ttoor four chambers on the second floor and two chambers on the third floor it Scientific I uruit The aba of the reception hall issxio The truth is that irrigation is not feet parlor 14x90 feet dtaing room only a positive advantage in the econ- Â¬ 14x0feet chamber l xlT feet chamber omy of agriculture but that it go li inches tiy PJ14 feet chamber S fee beyond the mere agricultural pr c cases 14 feet diambcr S iilU feet chamber and exerts far reachmg iulluence upon i Â¬ apparently died in consequence or cap- Â¬ ture id from conditions that corre sptind in hunian leinsrx to acute nos- were ex- taltria and broker heart amined after death a to the condition of their internal organs It was found that the nutrition of the tissues had K en interfered with and the substance proper of various vital organs had undergona the same kind of degeneration as that brought about by phospnorus or the minis of infectious disease VALUE OF IRKloflON It ElTatea Agrtrnlturr from Drtidaey BEFORE S ot dollars had spent hundreds various remedies aland physicians noneot winch did trie any good My finger nails came oft ana my nair came out leaving me perfectly bald then went to I K T irNLt 1 I could get relief from a most horri ble blood disease I RHICnjEITULIT BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra Hoping to be cured by this celebrated fi treatment but very soon became disgusted ana aeciaea to I he effect was truly wonderful I commenced to re cover after taking the first bottle and by the time I had HOT SPRINGS Kentucky to All Points North Houth and South west Through daily Kv iki train service between Cir nati Middleborough and Knoxvillc and Points Te in on R recommend as c biood parifier I have Riven away hundreds of bottle of it as I consider the safest as well as the hest to lie had Wm CoPP Pastor M K hurch Jackson Minn i taken twelve bottles was entirely cured cured by S S S when tha worli renowned Hot Spring had failed WM S LOOMIS Shreveport La Our Book on the Disease and tti Treatment mailed tree to any address SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Gi I LNR Seagals is Dally No i KSVt Jane H M ely THE MArtKETS This is bow we d il oe per yard it i per yard per vanl per yard Sow that were that -- J1YERS isi rtU raJ nri - pSarsaparilla When in doubt ask for Ayers Pills SUBMARINE MINING Snnf Nnvrl Iratnrn In An I THE 0S1Y WORLDS FAJE 10 FlrR3i0Spring patent family Ji fancy spring winter patent iajo 3 40 fiin v tiuitfiui busily ItasjeiSk extra Whkat Sales No - raft to arrive 65c COBS sales Mixed ear track 31c whits eor track 34c No mtxet track 33c No i Oats Sales- No 2 white track mixed track ic Fair to good shippers Hv Cattle caoice butchers 4 t 4 7 medium biitchirs ClSCIMSATI Sep l ia Lve Cincinnati Lve OaviDatoa ve r Lve CynthlaDa lit -- a 819 a n i-o rr rr Kxlasto ove Pa 1 rr Lve V i2o n n P prm -- fa IOC 573 - beautiful Piques that were u latitat Plmities that were isc And tiiose beautiful Organdie that were ICC It that were i An thai were 15c c mm mntt common and ianr extra fA Hoos Select shippers 4 4U4 4A butchers H3S 4 40 packers iX 435 good light 4 45 t4 i5 common tiT iaives 75 Fair to irood l Lve I Lve Lon Lve Co Arr Ricineoiid Lve Kiclinc rr Iivl ngstoii ii lujht rr I m 11 French Dimities that were yc jirtful Zephyr Gingham that wen 31-tnat were ICC tsifrtLf i rl y ilrnrie S with w South Wales per yard per yard half A EP Jgc il Switel Silks that were a i Dross Patterns lilt were Ht or iu Mutable tor earls tall I tunitt that onh ocean accacioa ulvaotasjeof it if you want to save asoaev owel that we sold at 101-- other word lOe mli mS - Ma is B support the agitation for free coinage at i al Hi tol Hut there is no ground for such I now Inns Vit claim On the contrary the proposition 1 It now hue the Shirt Wai- - we that the government should coin into Silk Slnrl Waists w v 11 at money at a fixed ratio all the silver of Is line but what the this or other countries which might bo ind tee lor tourself brought to the mints ii a direct violation - o Clothing tint we sold for ot tie- principles of equal rights 11 Men- - Suits of Clothing that we All that the government doe for gold and is to stamp it with a certificate f its beautiful Mens Suit that we sold lor Jo 5 now w igbt and fineness The legal tender quality of gold com adds nothing to its cut the same commercial value If the government wai srere to stop the ooinagti of gold tomormm 75c 7c sou row the value of that metal would renow bays our 125 main the same And the ad iption of gold as the standard Of values has not reesaassne have bees increased the value of the prduots of cat w BMcb that vou will not the gold miner The same could be said of silver were it merely proposed to ooiu n lhefwi that metal at its true commercial moace vou to huv if We wait to eose out bavin I The most extreme goHbcsfof the sil se price mi they will go verite s imagination would not object to even w iid o it an i ear- free ooinage of silver dollar if each coin contained a full dollars worth of r ib u r and give vou good goods and values silver The objection to such action on the part of the government is that it would involve a gloat and useless exÂ¬ pense for mintage as the commercial value of silver continually changes sad it would be necessary to make new coin whenever silver became cheaper OT dearer But the demand of the free silver advocates is not for the coinage of both room metals at their commercial value but ere is nothing- extraordinary in for the unlimited coinage of silver worth miniii under water as implied iu the only M ets into coins which will This has been done on tho Cornish coast and in the copper and be legal lander in payment for gois or of debts equal to gold coins worth twice iron mines of Michigan at SUrer islet Lake Superior but the opening of as snack In other words they asak to compel the government to give one class Treat collieries in a large shipping port with a delivery from the shft month tin- producers of silver the right to have tly into vessels alongside is some- Â¬ the value of their products doubled by thing which only the mines of Wash- - setting a fictitious value on it This is Whet free coinage at Hi t i really n and British Columbia can rival It is also proposed to utilize the smaller means and if adopted it would make HAS JUST RETURNED the silver privileged Screened from the bunker BEADY for a large electric installation and coal the expenseminers awhole peo class at of the also FROM-NEW-YORThat this is true i recognia d bv all K he and establish local smelt Â¬ the leading Populists who have de ing works Will li Hi Itii iHT AS 1M- manded that the government should go ALL ABOUT SNEEZING farther and give the owners of staple l MEXSF -- lot K Oaaaai hf Irritation of the Nerve Supply- Â¬ farm products the right to have their crops stored in government wares ing aaaaaasa to the Face Sneezing is a reflex act caused by an and to receive mane based on them irritation of some portion of the large In this the Populists SS consistent with acree supply lag sensation to the face tlnir paternalistic views bat very in Excessive marling assy be the result consistent with the Teffersonian doctrine ot some irritant usually of vegetable of equal riarhta The true reread for Â¬ is com- origin co ning bj SUB MRJNE PRICES contact with the any violation of this great principle is mucous membrane lining the nose or Dot the granting of special privileges to Â¬ the i mors as well as to silver miners it may be associated with x cie general but the repeal of ail class leg illation Some Historical Tact For 10 to 1 ers to disorder iniulii Masticate Whooping cough and asthma are and steadfast opposition to all financial In his recent sound money speech at often a mpanied by violent fits of schemes involving government aid to sneezing Hilksboro Judge Rufus Hardv Tex Persons of a goaty ten any special interest dency are often afflicted with frequent Cited the following historical facts HATRED OF ENGLAND sneezing and the same ia true of per-Â¬ The United States today lias a burger sons who possess a somewhat hysterical The English Octopus the Best Cniomer Circulation per capita than any free or exceedingly aerrous temperament coinage country ever did have For American Frodurt A sneeze and a COUgfa says the It ha more gold dollars per capita Coin resorts to the nliar mid well Youths Companion exert much the worn apjieal to tho prejudice which than any free coinage country on earth same effect over different portions of today has of all kinds of mess a j some people in this country are supposed the respiratory tract In nrir slug an It has more silver dollars per capita to reel against hngland people of The a effort is made to gvt rid of some sub that country have the same religion the than any free Sliver country today stance irritating the mucous membrane It has moro gold than silver and tho of the nose in coughing the asase thing same laws and the same language M volume of its silver circulation is great ourselves We did furl it ill year one is attempted for the throat er per capita than the entire circulation Sneeing is in some instances pro- Â¬ by but we are now united by the lose of gold siiver and paper reduced to of business and friendship The silver duced by looking at a strong light or ties f any free coinage nation Â¬ English octopus as Coin calls it is real-Â¬ vivid color Inflammation mav lie inThe United States undent gold stand crease if ot actually produced by ly a country that is our best customer ard since ItfTJ in excessive as wring SI will as by violent for wheat for cotton for beef for pe- greater orrcnUOon has maintained a per capita than it xing In this way either of these troleum and for Yankee notions He ever did before a says it feed on nothing but gold acts may be harmful In There has been five times more silver Sneezing is often hadieatlwa of acaas fact however it feeds on the wheat the Â¬ coined the Bold standard from catarrhal condition of the mucous coffee the sugar of Sonth America the 1879 und 83 years than there was nil m membrane and if much indulged in it tea of China iu short the natural or tends to make this coniiit ion worse bv niauufactnrrd products of every part of under free coinage from lM to a congesting the mucous membrane of the world all of which it pays for bl years Every nafion that has adopted the the nose and pharynx and in severe American investors draw gi at sums in I a gold stand d except one or two who paroxysms that of the eyes and ears royalties from this octopus It docs 1 d ONLY The inhalation of dust orof irritating Dot get any gold worth apt aking of from are on depreciated papal bases has m its circulation vairs tends to stop up the head Asia from Afnca or from South Amer- oreaeednation of first class civilizatioo No i V chiefly localise sneezing is thereby in- ica Whatever gold it does get is a natduced ural product and a source of profit to has the silver standard poke Einii kai Mexico is the highest type of free sil We often hear it said when one ver autlUB OB earth on double standard sneezes Vou are askhag cold -- an ex-Â¬ imm a so called and its per Capita circulation pression in which there may lie some UgP5tiV Vi u is 471 truth for a chilling of the body drives Oar pet capita circulation has in the blood away from the surface and causes it to flow unduly to any part of oressed since is more than the entire the body already weakened by inflam- Â¬ circulation of Mexico The vagsS of no free silver country mation That point in many cases is on earth average a third of those iu the the mucous membrane of the nose VflnBUREMwCOIKKSSSome of the most severe colds however United Slates CHICAGO arc accompanied by no sneezing No conntry on earth has in practice a It is not to lie wondered at that the a double gold and siHur standard practice of taking snuff s becoming No intry for 200 years since com obsolete It is no more reasonable to merce became kataj national aver has in THE BRITISH s aBXCBOW practice had a double standard uintn measures to l iduce sneezing- those who produce and than it would be to inhale hc fumes of kghort the whole octopus export it In The proposition that there can be but AT YOUR HOME business like sulphur or other irritating vapors to the other delectable illustrations in one standard is in fact self evident induce a social cough Carlisle ami Mr Ingham secretary of is a delusion and a Coins School Pleasure anon the upper lip or above traasury in ISM under Jackson the bridg e of the nose will usually cut snare The worst thing that could happen Both metals under free coinage have short even a severe fit of sneezing This tohise inntrr would be the ruin of Eng never circulated concurrently and indisland HO merchant would Iook witii sat failing a mustard plaster applied to thfc isfaction on the ruin of his best custom- criminately in any country where there back f tlt neck or the administration are banks and money dealers er Select of an emetic will be found useful Anotler favorite argument of the free commiuee 01 liousO uutler Jackson m Handsomely illustrated and tilled from silver ad royal Ui i that England first 188 The Wood Heel leu Uestruel ivenern The overvalued mtal under free coin beginning tu end with nest seleaions The little boring wood beetle attacks adopted the gold standard and lias grown books and will even bore through sev rich by it and that therefore it must ago diive- - ir the ether Bonton 1634 from our immense stocks will be sent Denton Tex Monito- be bad for other eonntries An instance is men eral volumes Let us note promptly on application tionud of twenty seven folio volumes two things in this connection Silverites reply to the proof that mere being perforated in a straight line by England first adopted trial by is far more money now in this country Eiist a one and the same insect in such a manjnry and the writ of habeas corims she than at any previous iK ritxl in our hisner tht by passing a cord through the first enforced the principle of feedom tory by saying The money is all us a perfect round hole made by it the twenty-sethat no man should le deprived of life locked up iu the banks We want free When sending for it mention this ven volumes could be raised at liberty or property but by the judgment silver so the ptsiple wsrj have the mon- Â¬ paper once It also destroy prints and draw Xf his poors or the law of the land ey But they never explain how free whetber framed or kept in a port-- Shall we discard these sacred muniments omage under which the silver mine These or inseetyhave no con of liberty because they are of English owners would take their bullion to the on of the value of the things they origin ftSlfl U Li iH mint and get back coined dollars would may destroy Any common trash of If England has prospered put those dollars in the pockets of the closely packed paper would suit them nud r the gold wih toKell nnvitelv m e- rAun standard why not the people or how it would keep them ont 1 just as well but in their ignorance thev Ifioadnm Iot Srite- - Certainly no country of thPlKinks if their owners chose to de rv ovare destroyers of that which is of wilue liar itli roon ie really prosjierous by the osit thiui Tba feet that weimve ner to the world They have their iinjaaW ruin of t improve jghhors In the great cont- - lj tive fiines xs much money per capita m New fences tors among hnmauity lations the prosperity of as Mexico a free silver country should one mahfls IrHdc with all nA ioi t lead the believers in ATiTE STLIM1ENSON Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder enrich all From Everett P Whoelera Uiink a little abort the free coinage to probable results Worlds Fair Highest Award Keal Bimetallism I of their scheme 0r Linen Towel we sold u jr mm ifSJ mm m 11 IIls IlldcrWCir m Carpets and Mattings m m H J 71 STREN6 It is proposed to earrr into effect a project which nim at briagina from fat below the lowest depths of Sydney hail or New South Wales the eoal which paatogiata had predicted would be found there and which has aetaaUy Imcii tested by diamotcl drill tioritiLs Transix irt in a recent bane contains a -- erv Battering account of the scheme now being Boated on the London market from which the following particulars are obtained Important eoal Belda have been de Â¬ veloped both north and south of Sydney -- at Newcastle and Ball lint up to the present tile intervening area has been left practically untouched although plainly shown on the gotetn ment geological maps of forty years apo The unquestionable advantages which would follow the opening of coal mines in the very heart of the capital of the colony have led to the formation of a otMapaay and induce our contemporary to take a mast sanguine view of the outlook Sydney is an important shipping port where the lines of many steamship companies converge and the coal of the bed in ques tion is in demand for banker use and exisirt The borings were made under the superintendence of the miners depart ment of New South Wales partly on ml of geological interests and partly with the very practical ulterior view of risirL revenue The seam found within 30 feet of the depth predicted by the geologists in a bore feet deep Kor lVM feet the i throagb a eompact claimed to be impermeable to water Tie- seam itsdf s in feet inches thick of which ti feet is clean coal free from sand The shafts to be sunk will be within IN feet of deep water so that the situation will lie unique the savin on cost of transportation from the nearest mines now working being alHiut 75 cents to fi a ton Tin parent company has secured a surface site of small extent but has concessions over 1400 acres below ground land water and it is expected that several other collieries will to started for which there is said to be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r uaWSBB hortis NO CLASS t aaamPESi - i wT TiVifaTj shkep sn Lambs sheep Extras 4110 Hood to choice mixed fiOOiTb common to fair II 5 ion Ijmtw Extra H 15 Ufc good to choice 1365 j4 10 common to fair ti50 0350 No I red spot and Septemtier Bmc Oct tier fft steamer No J red 58 feSStjc southern by sample 62u63e Mixed spot Cork mber bid October aUMaaft Oats No I white western WSZTSiC No 2 mixed do 3mrs6e common and rough BaM 1 B Kl um Lv Lve Corb rr J rr KiioxxMIp rr Kowltini Arr HlanforI VOKTH Lvp Ki If Lb as ir Itt enrea w dont wnt that medicine lifiTg El - 5mwKiil LEGISLALJN For All Oaaafal rrivnasaa to Kaaa In a speech delivered before a free silver convention a Griffin li Sena tor Morgan of Alabama rehashed the stale theories of the silver standard advocates and closed his exposition of the free coinage gospel with the declaration that the ailvert tea demanded equal nulls for all special privilege to one This doctrine Of equality U fore the law is one which appeals to every fair minded American and it is the belief that silver is denied pn granted to anld which has led many to Â¬ Â¬ Kqoni Itichta Fit Tent Is the proposition for free silver at expedient and honest If to Stripped of verbiage the proposition is for this government to embark in the immediate and unlimited coinage of silver dollars each dollar to contain ap proximately B0 cents worth of silver bullion to discard all provisions for iAme BS 1 tre J x Silrer Mani That Cmtttam Are to Pl y ffl Wheat Baltimore Sept at hiiiini 6c 3ic BorNP Kx Sun M Lve Rowlan1 IYP K CO 5 Calls on December wheat opened a sold at ieSr last pri e 57l fc sold at 5Tc last opened at 5T c ihiiaoo Sept 11 Arr RichTiwnl WIIIiamHhpfj - pri a Lve Lve Lve Lve Arr Lve Arr Lve Lve Arr Cortitn rEBSlFCTIVK VIEW OF MOIIEI Home Â¬ EVfeL0ER ARE NOW WE now DRY MODSESr Our stock Come one conic all and sec the largest Shoes plete in every depart ment We have all the latest styles and we have them at the right juices We promise to save every customer money who makes purchase of us this fall Our goods were bought guaranteeing the concurrent circulation sad parity of gold and silver and to compel by law the acceptance of the new dollars in payment of all debts Tbeobjeot ii to reduce the value of the dollar about one half and by forc- Â¬ ing creditors to take this dollar for debts 11 existing obligations The uiv i mention will where the shrewd en iliti r has stipulated for payment m paid in full Mich creditor will hut the unsuspecting man or worn m who has merely trusted to the honor of the nation is to he done up just in proportion as the dollar is sealed The Populists are solid fur this scheme Its in their Im of business They are opposed to a dollar having any intrinsic value but if they must have a dollar worth anything at all the less it is v rrh the better it suits them Very few Republicans take any st k in the scheme and the more it is studied the aooner it will be dropped by all thinking men The agitators assume because Kansas people are in debt that every Kansas man ought to join in the clamor for I deny that if is the duty such h liars of any man because he lives in Kansas and is in to favor a scheme which his conscience tells him is wrong I am as much in debt as the average Kansan but I cannot s why this fact should blind the conscience or destroy the ability of a man to reason on such questions I believe in bimetallism and in flu use of the largest volume of silver as standard money which can be maintained at a paritv with our uold and paper money so that all of our dol lara will be equal for all purposes But the Harvey programme is mt rely a scheme to scale our standard dollar in which all contracts have been made he purpose of robbing creditors If tie agitator simply wanted to Cheapen the dollars for use in future business transactions they would advoÂ¬ cate a law making the new dollar lef il tender for future debts only But that not what they want They insist that these new cheap dollars must lie made a legal tender for all debts I am opposed to that because it is dishonest Jf anybody can prove that it is honest I will tu- glad to be for it But he must prove it by some better argument than the threadbare assertion that John Sherman conspired with the Kothselnlds to rob Innocent people jo years ago for even if that idiotic statement Were true if would he no reason why you and Isrhonid conspire to rob a much burger number of equally inm cent people today Qeorge L Douglass iu Kansas City Star Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ feet chamber lftxtfl feet vestibule 4 feet li inches by feet i inches den 4 feet inches by 1 fast rear vestibule 6x8 feet pantry txfl feet conservatory SxlO feet rear veranda 8x 14 feet front veranda 8xsi feet lath- iiKiii P feet by ti feet ii inches toilet room feet 0 inches by 7 feet 8 inches The or of vestibule and the border of dining room will be of tile All floors and all finish on first floor will be of red oak The stonewall below ground will be of rubble is inches thick-- the stone work above grade will be of broken ashlar lime stone the en- 15n1S 11 i 11 Â¬ fr S a - FW a at I I PCT3-- 1M f I -- I The first tire first story wall will be of stone as agricultural effect of irrigation on the industry is shown by perspective The first story from tile plane of mere to elevate it drudgery to 13 inches thick wall will be The faeii that of skilled labor It is a higher will be finches atone and the backing form of in instry just as H inches of brick The gables on second making is a higher form tine cabinet of badastry floor will be sheathed with fence floorthan the felling of trees in a lumber ing and sided with 4 inch siding hav- camp If the farmer has a rich soil ing tat paper between Tbeshingl s on and ample sunshine and he can then roof will be of cedar and the aex of apply the rain just as he needs it gables will lie of round butt dimension with a iii sense of the shingles with composition carving aa of various vegetables differing wants trees and field shown All gutters down BjHHrtff Irops he has the basis of scientific farmingIt iaesseaUallya new industry or at least a new and higher form of an old industry We have onlv be- Â¬ gun to understand the possibilities of f scientific production from the soil by means of irrigation W E Smvthe in olmans Rem World Â¬ Â¬ lIAS OF I IlsT KtoOK year industry and society Acountry which is naturally arid and which has then been brought under a proper system of irrigation will differ very materially in the quality of its civilization from the country which receives only rain from the sky and depends altogether upon that source for the moistening of its fields And there could Ik- - no bet- Â¬ ter illustration of these principles than the Kern delta of California Here a vast estate of 400000 acres has been brought under a system of irrigation remarkable for its simplicity and the influences to which I have referred will work out their results here if any- where Let me first refer to the most ob vious advantage of irrigation which may be readily understod at once This is the fact that the irrigation canal skirting the edge of the farm titntea an insurance policy upon the crops Men insure their lives their houses and barns and tlieir cargoes in transit across the sea Whv should they not insure the u crops which their existence and prosper ty depend f coarse this is another form of insurance since fire in surance does not necessarily prevent liability to destruction but cotpen the loss Irrigation is a higher and better form of insurance since it prevents the possibility of loss Bat this is the smallest and narrowest view of irrigation although every farmer will readily understand that it is wrth a great deal to him to kuow that his crops will be secure against failure by drought or flood year after Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rjc Calls on May corn opened at C9c last price He Puts opened at 21c last price SsiJ New Wheat September 644c orn - Octob r mats -- No ber 24C York Dec No Se RjtrSVville CorMM MiMle Pmev th 61 c Ii mt I LoTiiIni i dull western 25u33c Octo Â¬ 3So JvintTptton Wrkat 64c No steady at unchanged p- Hos Pnme mediums 4rv 479 best Yorkers f4 60 4 65 common to fair Yorkers No I red cash 63c I red cash SOstc No 2 mixed cash 3 c No 3 do S3sc KN No 3 do ants Oats Nothing doing PiTTSBrHiH Ssat 21 cattle Receipts aaUS market about Toledo -- rr Kiihttiii4l Lve Riehmnil Arr Winchester Lve W BereH ve Ixiiitoii Lve V Lve vi II Lve Khuh hi ii rr CviiicToM Arr rwri mi - Arr rtiMiniiMii MAYSYIIIE I TH BR sheep Kxpi rts j50a30 140 good a 00a4 0 veal calves f5 50ft7 vusssas firoio 00 extra iX bOtNI thin 003 heavy and Lve 21 - Ki- - attle Id -- Market Brrrtio lul N Y Bobs- - Goes heavy bu prospect fair and closing lower with nixed sept Ctadanal IeXIlCtOi 1 r - rr M llerslii n 4cSsSI Sheep amj Lambs- - sneep iood to choice 4 m W 0 1475 rswteseeft 440 i h common to fair 3 25315 mixed and metliur Yorkers J04111M Maj TH Kol Nli ft 75 u ISO Cattle Ioos llstkb export sheep ISDIASAP Not enough cattle hereto lls spt BV iood to choice medium and 4 10Aiv choice mixed and heavy 425 4 3 Johnson Carlisle Mioersliurg Arr I Lexington Covington Ko- - aysvtlls fa tlier 10 RICHMOND STEAM Ticket imil r- LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME n ii B R I v INDUSTRIES R N I R Work done promptly and as well as any other Laundry v Time in the Countrv v V Table No fect May 24 In Ef- Â¬ 12 1895 PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home People and they will stand bf vou a B 11 EAST POI Nil 1 T - N VsxsaiUa a aw v a I a a H B m B leT Moberlr 0 v stichmoad r 45 m ABOUT A TERRACING Make OUT OF TOWN WORK B Brassricld Panola B Irinc B waax Z - Cheap Whil ImpVment Whtrh v ork ery Hasy the A Â¬ the value of terraces when properly laid off is undisputed yet construction and the need of a terracing instrument have addetl to the objections already Urged against them of the greater difficulty in the use of improved machinery in hauling and in the increased number of short rows Iu spite of these obstacles the sub- - SOLICITED D H aiunu I pr rrnc k IS IE l M MYERS 2nlkt Proariasor of PLAN OF SECOND FLnoK The Kentucky- Planing Mills WBOLSBALB l KKT Valley N vawaaVj A M - between I I f- Â¬ THINK fine -- of HOE I Ai A i nr n W RlEBEbrtoPER before the great ad vance leather and we can make you price that our com petitors can not reach We have all the latest styles in stiff and soft Hats Dont buv hat until you can see our Board Â¬ Â¬ j li3 Â¬ of Trade virass cu soft and stiff and Blue me latest in Hats JKI1S iia The Big Store Our We have large line of Cloves Â¬ Handkerchiefs flashing finials and dicks to lie of galÂ¬ vanised iron The studding will be 2x4 floor joist 2x10 roof rafters Sxa wall beams 8x10 The chimneys shown above the roof will be faced with stone The second and third story walls will lie back plas tere The ceiling of basement will lie back plastered All rooms on first sec ond and third floors will have two coats of plaster the brown or rough coat and the putty cat or plaster of paris hard finish All glass throughout except the very large lights will be American double thick large lights to be plate The roof will be stained a mineral red All trimmings will be white and the balance of woodwork on the exterior will be of a blue gray Tin trimming and flixirs on second and third floors will be of Georgia pine All woodwork wii be filled and finished with hard oil finish All veranda floors uill be double with joints well leaded The two mantels will be of colonial design anc the arch showing between diuinir- room and conservatory will be an artis tic feature The house is piped for gas and furnace The porte coehsrs is reached from the reception hall The clothes chute runs from second floor to laundry in basement The bathroom and toilet are separate as shown by the plans All hacdware will be of a beautiful design Thestairway will be of red oak and all work throughout vfill be done in a first class manner with all material of the best kindQwoasi A W Kintz GRIEF AS A DISEASE 1 - MI OKALXS IS TFRRACINO INSTRtMF T Rough I 208 Page Fall Catalogue Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collara nd Cuffs Shirt Jewelry Shoe Polish and Â¬ Blacking Childrens School Pitlj - specialty Give call and bi convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest litwoc Shoes Â¬ Wallace Rice 11 Should Treat Those aasaSM vrith It A medical author y sayS that grief is a disease and must be treated as such It cannot be ignored neither can it be consoled away It must b aeepted and allow to wear itself out As a rnie readjustment comes slowly Sorrow grief and the SBSO- ecl by all gre t mkvfnrtuB s led s akin to acuu- fectious diseas which they resemble in result and later as convalescence from sii h diseases In this lass of QJaeas seclusion rest sleep prtatefood fresh air sunshine and in- Â¬ terests that tax neither mind nor ltody are required After extreme sorrow the nervous system needs abov everything complete rest The poison of grief is more than a name To urge work study travel the vain m arch for amusements is both naelesa and daay gerous For a time the whotoorwu ism is overthrown and -irv s iiusion is imperative f read justment liceent tnodiral observations that the ph iits of de- no emotions are similar to those t 1V lxxlilv accidents f3im chill partial starvation ami 1T blood Birds moles and doirs v4iich i I i Â¬ How Medical Men ject has gained in importance of late so that large areas of what was once considered worn out land and incapable of profitable yield are being brought again under cultivation bv the practice of the proper system of ter racing Tiie first rcqusite is to get level lines laid off on which to build the embank ments This requires an instrument There are several cheap ones on the market but a home ma e tool will answer equally well Such an instru- ment as represented in our cut is made of two pieces of timber eleven feet long and one piece six feet long The tale large pieces are fitted together at one end while the others are eighteen feet apart The small timtx r is fastened to the large ones four feet from the point of meeting and a sprit level is placed at its center Terrace lines are marked off by placing one end where the pro- Â¬ posed terrace is to run while the other end is moved until the air bubble indi- Â¬ cates level Stakes should then be driven into the ground where the ends rest and one end s vung around until trie instrument 13 in a reversed posi- Â¬ tion and leveled again To get the fall lietween two terraces fit a false leg by pivot to a leg of the triangle and adjust the instrument until The spirit level indicates a horizontal line then sight on the cross bar and move a target attached with three foot meas- Â¬ ure down hill until it comes in line with the sight This shows the place where the next terrace should begin After the terraces are once correctly formed and grasses or the roots of any forage crop grow upon them there is no fear of breaking and they are of no further trouble though of course they must be kept in order and occasionally repaired like other ihinjrs N Y World Almost everyliody now aTces that level cloture produces the largest and lest crops of potatoes ISut it is im possiblo to have level culture unless the seed potatoes are planted deeply enough for the tubers to form under the soil The constant tendency of the tuness is to rias as thev grow Phis if the seed has lx en planted onlv one or two inches deep make it ncee ary to draw dirt aronnd the hill makinjr a mound which saedathu water on either side This also cut taao roots in the middla of tha row It rctiuirea dry and rich ground to make suceess- 11 deep pianu cfT and level possible Hut Miil without water near the surface is aluavs uec essary tor the potato cfoo If the snh oil is tilled with water through winter and sprine- it is hnrxwssihl tr K001 Potato crops on snch land the fni iwin seaaonby any metho- d- Iralrie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ai Drssss v Luner UIIN KMKM HlltS ItllMis Mo s IMMIKS IIMK II UK Kt Ivtiis For through rucs and other any ticket i C W H A I i M TOBACCGO HOGSHEADS - A Main street Kn iimom PUBLIC COAL 1 by s SALE SPECIALTY K 1 Ct Dealers In OF LAND Kxectitor JasSg White of sell publicly on 1 BEATTYYILLE AND S Office on Irvine OPPOSITE street Wlx House the I will New Opera market Lowest prtces guaranteed on aaalic and will compete with auy coal in Thursday Sept 18 9 5 26 - WHY KI 1 town SEVENTEEN and one friirth When vou can get a better article for the acroKs the Tiv H r vjlli m same money I am off ring the BE sT rn ril - t Foxtown 1rVn lk NK III NDUEDAvD ITITY SEVEN in the market at the same price vou and three ipiarter acres more r have to pav to other dealer for inferior Hiarter of a mile south from Foxtown on cheap coal the Richmond and Lexiacjtoa like In Bood condition and well watered t At ten oclixk on the preniLstfi at Kox town in Madison county the foil iwinj pieces of real estate MX Acres of land nirnering at Fox- - CHEAP L COAL lots and then as a whole serssion uiven January 1st TKKMS One third cash when posses Office and v ard corner Mats and B sion im oiven remainder in one and two streets only one square tiiiin Bat Court rears a per cent interest with Hen re-- Hoiife 15 s served for tiie purchase money n tia- ble note with approved aeruritv pavsbie MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QIMUT at Madison National Bank -- All in irrass Ijml will bewtfertsl L MM norm JOHN G OLE Executor Ut Jake White Stibli lor S1I1 WORMS WlHTCfC Mas led all WORM EVERY BOTTLE SOJL0 ALL IUibj Frdj ZVERIV1IFUQE FOR SO YFAS SomodiM Farmer 1 wish lo sell Ewrvatehj my new brick livery Mable ssme square and near Hotel Glyndon Richmond Kv given January i 1896 S lo W S DUNCAN Poeioa Bf C GUUMTEES 7 WW VBlarfiim frrsfJlTSIinfFrSirSJsrSMrSffSJ jjrrt- - ajfiilJiTiTJ raiSlral S sTr3j NO PROFIT aiftj The Only One To Stand the Test Rev William 0oi whose father was a physician lot oret Iftj yearn in New Jersey ami who lilliisoit spent many years preparing for the jraetiee of liiedieme liut subse quently entered the ministry of the 1 am glad If E Church writes to testify that I have had analyzed all the sarsaparilla preparations known in the trade hut s S- ANTIFAT iAKT IN ARCHITECiTRE Plan of a House Which Ha Many Pleasant Features VvowNKS SILVER Jf IN0jiSfclirr- W M Written for This Paper SALE JLH lFI 2v03STTBC U SklMOlA Bt7lt8a mora PEFINE0 tRD 1TAl OF Svf- M m Â¬ EfrHJ HJSTRENG inducement to late barer by inaugurating a no profit sale Br thin is meant ili Goods in tli house 11111 now move Profits not wanted JToa eaa bare the pmdc onlv the nin- - vaated and as an iaduceraeul profits arc col off and late bur en pel iii benefit This is how we do it ii M AYERS is the only one ot This very complete and beautiful home contains nine rivuns am can be built for 1900 upon a stone founda- Â¬ tion ano the first story of stone The reception hall parlor dining room and kitchen are on the first floor four chambers on the second floor and two chambers on the third floor The siae of the reception hall is sio feet parlor 14x20 feet dining room I txJ0feetehainber 1ixlT feet chamber lxM feet chamber 8 feet inches by h ilO feet chamber 14 feet chamber 11 apparently died in consequence ot cap- Â¬ture and from conditions that corre- Spond in human Debugs to acute noswere ex- talgia and broken heart amiuel after death as to the condition It was found of their internal organs that the nutrition of the tissues had been interfered with and the substance proper of various vital organs had undergone the same kind of degero ration it brought about by phosphorus or the germs of infections disease VALUE OF lRKioflON It EleYSten Arcnllare from Drudiery U a Krientlflc IuraaiC The truth is that irrigation is not only a positive advantage in the econ omy of nirrieulture but that it go beyond the mere agricultural proce aml exerts far reaching influence upon Â¬ BEFORE Â¬ of dollars TRYING various remedies and physicians none of which did me any good My finger nails came off and my hair came out leaving me I then went to perfectly bald Hoping to be cured by this celebrated treatment but very soon became disgusted and decided to TRY ne errec truly wonderful I commenced to re- Â¬ 1 had spent hundreds I could get relief from a most horrible blood disease I Â¬ KENTUCKY JCEHTB1L RT- - BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra HOT SPRINGS Kentucky to All Points North Houth and South west Through daily Cincin- train service between nati Middlesborough and Knoxville and Ky J J H t-- - wk aBtAaT AN JannGlfiHb9BBnnBMw Be them that Mood I recommend could lis a I was entirely cured taken twelve bottles cured by S S S when the worlj remowmae Hot Springs had f WM S LOOM1S Shreveport La Our Book on the Diseaae and Iti Treatment mailed free to any addreaa SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta I cover after taking the first bottle and by the time I had Term Points on R R IN Sesdaie OCTHBUIN NO I ia KflVt June pi s a m tl punlier ha e h -- S3 m given away hundreds of bottles of it as I consider it the safest us well Wm Core as the liest to lie had Pastor M K Church JacksonMinn Ti ss555 4As3 1 THE MAkKETS 3io Front Spring patent family spring fsney f3X femaj winter patent i3 M 3 1 ClSiISATl lii Se 300 ICS5 ive Covington ve r Lve tynthiana Lve Cincinnati 8 11 5c per yard N v V rthams that were 7r IIYERS pSarsaparilla When in doubt ask for Ayers Pills THE ONLT WOELDS FAIB An I 7 e per yard Now g 10c per yard Now Piques that were tHatitilul rHmitie that were isc And Imse beautiful Organdies that were itiful I Lick that were iz CretHn thai were fa taaaily antra 0t3efat Wii fat sales No I ret to arrive toe Oowa -- ales Mixed ear track 31c whita ear track 34c No 2 mtxed track 33c NS i Oats sales No Z white track mixed track tta Fair to good shippers StSaaS Cattle choice butcher- - fl oWi medium butcher fsi34 5 commonto S225a350light 5 50 4 x good lives Kair extra W 75 common and arge -- 3 on 4 i butchers Iloos- - select shippers M StS1S tiuattiai srr rr lfxugti 1210 n a 12 ve Pi Arr Lve V 10 n PIB pra it Arr Kicioioiid LveKicliin Arr Livingston Lve Lve Lve Co ve Bolir Lv Piiev ve M Willi 14 1 p m rr In I ti on a m 12 iC 20c per yard ic ic SUBMARINE MINING iterwrNr with Sonp Novel Iraturea til New South M il m I TT se beautiful nities that were joe Zephyr Ginghams that wen- 3c itiful Polka Sorento tnat were c i 35e per yard Swivel Silks that were si c 50c per yard Dress Patterns that were c ol or in other ots uitihle tor earl tall inity that onlv ocean xcaaion- mj ant to sai- - m wel that we Mid at IOC m nUs e S at AH Linen Towel we sold 20c I I wa now Npits tav sC 7- - now bins Wai- - we we Wai in the drv goods line but what the lltd see tor l onrself J lor 11 Men- - Suits of i and Clothing that we sold Km we 1 leautitul Mens Suits that 5 en cot the ante -- r 75c 7 5 125 h now Inn - our ha si now UUI tlltllMHill - incvlnsailu 1en will not that you Carpets and Mattings 1 aVe induce vou to huv if in wa it to eose out their wi every w J of an i ear- V11 pre vou rmlon j H J STRENG EVELDER HAS JUST RETURNED FROM-NEW-YORK ABE NOW WE a BEADY wiiiii in MKNSI wi n an F im- - STOCK DRY GOODS SUl II v ill Come one conic ail and sec the largest line of Boots Shoes IIIIM l PRICES n i t ad to -- nit i t r j jbbwm Jk c K and Hats ever brought toRichmond Oar stock is now com plete in every depart- Â¬ ment We have all the latest styles and are have them at the right prices We promise to save even customer nionev who makes a purchase of ns this fall Our goods were bought Â¬ OF A FINE THINK petitors can not reach SHOE 185 We have all the price that our Id ri before the great ad vance in leather and we can make yon a Â¬ com- Â¬ ONLY I- - at E V - BARGAIN STORE 13 f I I U can ItGEbf DDPER f T R latest styles in stiff and soft Hats Dont huv a hat until vou S our Hoard -i 9 fSTkTzt - CMIC ne Dig st have a large S Gra v the latest in im slitf Hats aMOre line of Gloves Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck ViV 1 1 AT YOUR HOME Handkerchiefs K Our 208 Page ran uataiogue Handsomely illustrated and filled from beginning to end with best selections from nnr immrns tivirs will h wnt promptly on application cuffs Mi iars ami t 1 S OC Pol i sll a II IHwKv J n 1 Childrens School Shoes a spccinlty Give us a call and FREE When sending for it mention paper this foss ssjf ai Let far Sole Priwtdy ell privately im convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest D2 Iot ew residence 2 Coxl a ftll ceiiar New iatn room llTlCCS T ai QL 4 SSaftJewTenc f ted ATT1E STEPHENSON UUo QOQ r 111 ni r ii ii JC U no r vestithat the silveritea demanded equal Iiis feet chamber HKtS feet inches bule 4 feet ii inches by feet rights for all special privileges to den 4 feet f inches by fet rear This doctrine of equality U fore limie vestibule 5x8 feet pantry ixs feet the law is one which appeals to every con crvatorv 5x10 feet rear veranda sx fair minded American ami it is the be14 feet front veranda 8x21 feet bath- Â¬ lief that silver is denied privili gs room 6 feet by 1 feet il inches toilet giantd to gold which has led many to room 6 feet inches by 7 feet I inches support the agitation for free comaat The tl ior of vestibule and the txirder Hi tol Hut there is no ground for such All of dining room will be of tile claim ii the contrary the proposition floors and all finish on tirst floor will that the government should coin into be of fed oak The stonewall below money at a fixed ratio all the mImt of ground will be of rubble is inches this or other countries which might be thick the stone work above grade will brought to the mints is a direct violation be of broken ashlar lime stone the en- rights oi the nrincinles of eoual All that the government dies for gold exsirt T T fnrr The boahiga were made under the is to stamp it with a certificate of its weight and taenest The legal tender superintendence of the miners depart- Â¬ ment of New South Wales partly on quality of gold com adds nothing to its ant of geological interests and commercial value If the government partly with the very practical ulterior were to stop the coinage of gold tomorview of revenue The seam row the value of that metal would rewaa found within rill feet of the depth main the same And the adaption of I I predictby the geologists in a bore gold as the standard of values has BOt k hole To feet deep For lU0 feet the increased the value of the products of S ithrough a compact the gold miner The same rouk be said of silverware it merely proposed to c u ine claimed to he impermeable to water Tie- seam itself e 10 fe t that metal at its true commercial value inches tin k of which f feet is clean The most extreme goldbujof tie- sil I eoal free from sand The shafts to be veritea imagination would not object to tank will be within Mt feet of deep bee coinage of silver dollar if each water so that the situation wili be Coin contained a full dollars worth of i P unique the saving on cost of transpor- silver The objection to such action on L- tation from the nearest mines now thejMni of tlie government la that it working being about Tj cents to a Would involve a great and useless ex ton Tin parent company has secured pense fur mintage as the commercial a surface site of small extent but has value of silver continually changes and Concessions over 14M acres below it would be necessary to make new coins ground land water and it is exnected whenever silver became cheaper OT dearthat several other collieries will Ik er But the demand of the free silver ItAS OF FIRST FLOOR started for which there is said to be advocates is not for the coinage it both room tire lirst story wall will be of stone as metals at their commercial value but There is nothing extraordinary in for the unlimited coinage of silver worth show a by perspective The tirst story mining under water as implied in the only 10 cents wall ivill be 13 inches thick Tbefacirj into coins which will statements This bis been done on the will he finches stone and the backing legal in payment for ioods or Cornish coast and in the copper and H Ine of debts equal to gold coins worth twice is of brick The gables on second iron mines of Michigan at silver islet Door will be sheathed with fence tloor inch Ill other words they seek to Lake Superior but the opening of d sided with 4 inch siding haycompel the government to give one class collieries in a large shipping port ing tar paper between The thing C OB the- right to have with a delivery from the shft month the producers of silver roof will be of cedar and the apex of the value of their products doubled by v into vessels alongside is some gables will be of round butt dimension setting a fictitious value on it This is thing which only the mines of Wash shingles with composition carving as whet free coinage at l to I really and British Colombia can rival down spouts hown All gutters means and if adopted it would make It is also proposed to utilize the smaller the silver miners a privileged class at eoal screened from the bunker coal for a large electric installation and also the expense of the whole pen That this is true is recognised liy all oke and establish local smelt- Â¬ the leading Populists who have de ing works manded that the government should go ALL ABOUT SNEEZING farther and give the owners of staple farm products the right to have their Oaaaai hf Irritation of the Nerve Supply Crops stored in government warehouses ing Sensation to the Kaee 1 Sneezing is a retlex act caused by an land tn receive money based on them irritation of some portion of the large In thi- the Iopulists are consistent with nerve supplying sensation to the face their paternalistic views but very in Excessive sneezing may be the result consistent with the Jeffenonian doctrine l lie true rer edy lor of some irritant usually of vegetable ot equal rights origin coming in contact with the any violation of this great principle is mucosa aw 111 Ins 111 lining the nose or nut the granting of special privilet the Usuis as well as to silver miners It may be associated With c general J bur the repeal of all class legislation Some Historical Facts For in to rn In disorder Masticate t noopiim--cougiami astiima are and steadfast opposition to all financial In his recent sound money speech at often accompanied by violent tits of schemes involving government aid to Hillsboro Tex lodge Rufus Hardy sneezing Persons of a gouty ten any special interest Cited the following historical facts dency are often afflicted with frequent HATRED OF ENGLAND The United States today has a larger sneezing and tin same is true of persons who possess S somewhat hysterical The EngJiMh Oetopu the llest Container circulation per capita than any free FLAN OF SBCOICD FIOOH or exceedingly nervosu temperament coinage country ever did have For American FrorturtH flashing finials and dicks to le of gal A sneeze and a cough sas the Coin resorts to the f ii liar and well It ha more gold dollars per capita vanised iron Youths Companion exert dux the worn appeal to the prejudice which than auy free coinage country on earth The studding will tie 3x4 floor joist today has of all kinds of m ucy Sam effect over different portions of some people roof rafters iMi wall tx ams 8x10 in this Kwurtiy are supposed the respiratory tract It has more silver dollars per capita txll chimneys In aSMSesSng an The shown above the roof effort is made to get rid of son sub to feel against England The people of than any free silver country loamy will be faced with stone The second stance irritating the mucous membrane that country have the same religion the has moro gold than silver and the ami third story walls will be It back plasof the nose in coughingthe same thing same laws and the same language as volume of its silver circulation is greattered The ceiling of basement will l ourselves We did fight 111 year gone mpted for the throat er per capita than the- entire circulation back plastered All rooms on first sec Sneezing is in some instances pro- by lrit we are now united by the close of gold silver and paper reduced to ond and third flixirs will have ties of business and friendship The silver duced by looking at a strong light or if any free coinage nation two coats of piaster the brown English octopus as Coin calls it is realvivid color Inflammation may be in- - ly The nitcd States under a gold stand or rough coat and the putty coat a country that is our best customer creased if not actually tirmln I bi ard since has maintained a or plaster of paris hard finish fnr heef for pe- excessive sneezingas well as by violent f 1 except the Vanke notions He ever ter circulation per capita than it All glass throughout eoughing In this way either of these tr1um did before very large lights will be American fal Kv- - n feeds on nothing lint gold acts may be harmful There has been five tiroes more silver double thick large lights to he plate owever it feeds on the wheat the Sneezing is often indicative of some coined und the gold standard from The roof w ill be stained a mineral red catarrhal condition of the mucous coffee the SBgar of South America the pll in 83 years was All trimmings will be white and the membrane and if much indulged in it tea of China iu short the natural or under tree coinage fromthan Mithere1673 1 balance of woodwork on the exterior to nfactnn d products of every part of tends to make this condition worse by vears will be of a blue gray The trimming congesting the meows membrane of me World all 01 which it pays for ol Jwary nation mai nas adopted tlie and fbxirs on second and third flxrs the nose and pharynx and in severe American investors draw geat sums 111 except one or two who will be of Georgia pine All w ixxlwork tlIl royalties from this octopus paroxysms that of the eyes and es It doss ure will be filled and finished with hard oil mi The inhalation of dust orof irritating not get any gold worth sp king of from oreaced aeprcciaicu paper oases lias ln finish All veranda thxirs will be its circulation vapors tends to stop up the head Asia from Afnca or from South Amerdouble with joints well leaded The No nation of first class civilization chiefly beesassa sneezing is thereby in- ica Whatever gold it does get is n nat two mantels will be of colonial design duced ural product and a source of profit to has the silver standard Mexico is the highest type of free sil and the arch showing between dining We often hear it said when one j ver nation on earth on double standard Xe Toom and conservatory will be an artistin sneezes Vou are taking cold an exso nailed and its per capita circulation tic feature pression in which there may tx some The house is piped for gas is ft 71 and furnace The porte cochere is truth for a chilling of the body drives Uor per capita circulation has inreached from the reception hall the blood away from the surface and creased since is more than the entire The clothes chute runs from second causes it to rlow unduly to any part of circulation of Mexico floor to laundry in basement the IhkIv already weakened by inflam- Â¬ The The wages of no free silver country bathroom and toilet are separate as mation That ioiiit in many eases is on earth average a third of those iu the Shown by the plans All haalware will the mucous membrane of the nose be of a beautiful design United States The stairway Sme of the most severe colds however Ko country on earth has in practice a will be of red oak and all work are accompanied by BO sneezing throughout will be done in a first class double gold and sihttrj standard It is not to be wondered at that the manner with all material of the best No cantry for 200 years since compractice of taking snuff s lecomiDg merce became international ever has in kind obsolete It is no more reasonable to IhouoF A Kintz THE BRITISH SCARECROW cmpioy measures to niluce sneezing thse who nrodnce and einorr it Tti practice had a double standard GRIEF AS A DISEASE than it would be to inhale the fumes of Lhort the whole octopus business like The proposition that there can be but sulphur or other irritating vapors to tne otner delectable illustrations one standard is ia fact self evident How Medical Men Should Treat Thou in Carlisle induce a social cough Afflicted vith It and Mr Ingham secretary of is a delusion and a Coins Sclioil A medical author y says that grief Preaaare span the upper lip or above snare The worst thing that could happen treasury m lsiti under Jackson the bridge of the rose will usually cut to this country would lie tlie mm Both metals under free coinage have is a disease and must be treated as short eyn a severe fit of sneezing This mad No merchant would look of Bag never circulated concurrently ami indis- - such It cannot be ignored neither with sat failing a mustard plaster applied to thb isfaction on the ruin of his best custom- criminateiy in auy country where there can it Ix consolel away It must h back of the neck or the idniinisration are hanks and money dealers select accepted and allowed to wear itself er of an emetic will be found useful Another favorite argument of the free committee of Louse under Jackson in out As a rule readjustment cornea slowly Sorrow grief and the eaao silver advocates i that England first The Wood Hectics Dcstnict tvenese by all gre it mfctecl H vervalued metal under bweeoin- The little lxiring wood beetle attacks adopted the gold standard and has grown regarded s akin to acute i rich by it and that therefore it mast age drives out the other Beaton ii34 books and will even bore through sev diseas which they resemble Denton Tex Monito- be bad for other countries 0tmi volumes An instance is men Let ns note in result and later as convalenoeaee of twenty seven folio volumes two things 111 this connection Silverites reply to the proot that there from su h tioncd -- lass diseases In of being perforated in a straight line by First England first adopted trial by is far more money now in this country elusion rest sleep ap iro OSW and the same inset in such a raau jnry and the writ of halieas corpus She than at any previous period in our his priate iixkI fresh air sunshine and in- Â¬ lierth b passing a cord through the first enforced the principle of freedom tory by saying The money is all terests that tax neither mind nor lxxly perfect round hole i ule by it the twenty-se- SStbal no man should locked up in the banks We want free are deprived of life requited After extreme sorrow ven volumes could lie raised at liberty or property but by the judgment silver so the sple will have the monthe nervous system needs above everyonce It also destroys prints and draw jnf his peers or the law of the land ey But they never explain how free thing complete rest The poison of whether framed or kept in a ixrt ShaJlwe discard these sacred muniments homage under which the ilver mine grief is more than a folio These poor insect have no con- - of liberty hreinse I her ure r Vmlsl owners would take their bullion to the work study travel the name Ti vain tor ee pt ion of the value of the things they mint and get back coined dollars would amusements is both uselesssearchdannd Any common may destroy If Kugland has prospered put those dollars in the pockets of the gerous For a time the whole organ packed paper wouid suil them uuI gold standard why not the people or how if would keep them out ism is overthrown and temporary as just as well hut in their ignorance they js Certainly no country of the hankl if their owners chose to deelusion i5 imperative f read are destroyers of thcit which is of value really prosperous by the posit them The fact that we have justment Kecent medical oba rvatlona world They have their iinitB - neighbors ly live times as much money per capita In the great coro that the physical results of de tors among huniauity nations thf prosperity of as Mexico a free silver country should aunilar t those le with all and helps to lead the believers in free coinage to I by lKxlily accidents r From Everett P Wh tiers think a little about the probable results Chill partial starvation and fat Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder enric be Real Bimetallism I of their scheme Worlds Fair Highest Award blood Birds moles and dogs which Â¬ Â¬ I - It is proposed to carry into effect a project which aims at bringing from fal below the lowest depths of Sydney ha r New South Wales the eoal which pcolopists had predicted would le found there and which has actually been tested by diamond drill borings Transport in a recent kwoe contains a very Battering account of the scheme now beiaa Hoated on the London mar- Â¬ ket from which the following par- Â¬ ticulars are obtained Important eoal Selda have tcen deÂ¬ veloped both north and south of Sydney at Newcastle and Iiulli hut Dp to the present the intervening area has been left practically untouched although plainly shown m the govern ment geological maps of forty years apo The unquestionable advantages which Mould follow the opening of coal mines in the very heart of the capital of the colony have led to the formation of a company and induce onr contemporary to take a most sanguine view of the outlook Sydney K an im- Â¬ portant shipping port where the lines of many steamship companies con ami the coal of the bed in ques tion is in demand for hunker use and i light 4354IO packers 49 HJ 15 45 common and reSana ana Lsbs Sheep Eitras 4 00 good to cnoii e mixed BtSSaaa comtnoa to fair II 9 OtSI Iimbs Kitra M 15 safe lui jl good to choice 13 4410 common to fair SePt 2 21 50 aaVM Chorus NO CLASS If ihosi- - th Its earaa W dont want that medicine Are to That Or ili IVr Cent Is the proposition for free silver at Lose Ofl LEGISLATJN friie Silver Mran JO Equal KichU For All Special 1i ivitrpe to None In a speech delivered b f re a free silver convention ai iriPln 01 tor Morgan of Alabama rehashed the stale theories of the silver standard ad vocates and closed his exposition of the free coinage gospel with the declai Se-nÂ¬ riir I 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 tler - Â¬ to 1 expedient and honest Stripped uf verbiage the proposition is for this government to embark in the immediate and unlimited coinage of silver dollars each dollar to contain ap- Â¬ proximately B0 cents worth of silver bullion to discard all provisions for guaranteeing the concurrent circulation and parity of gold and silver and to Compel by law the acceptance of the new dollars in payment of all debts The object is to reduce the value of tiie dollar about lie half and by forc ing ei editors to take this dollar for debts to sale all existing obligations The only exception will be when- the shrewd tor has stipulated for payment in Such creditor will tie paid in full but the unsuspecting man or woman who has me ly trusted to the honor of just in the nation is to be done up proportion as the dollar is scaled The Populists are solid for this scheme It s in their line of business They are opposed to a dollar having any intrinsic value but if they must have a dollar worth anything at all the less it is wi rtb the better it snits them Very few Republicans take any stock in the scheme nd the mori it is studied the r it will be dropped by all thinking men The agitators assume becanse K msas people are in debt that every Kansas man ought to join in the clamor for I deny that it ia the duty such di liars of any man because he lives in Kansas and is in delaV to favt r a scheme which bis conscience tells him is wrong I am as much 111 debt as the average Kansan bat I cannot s why this fact should blind the conscience or destroy the ability of a man to reason on such questions I believe in bimetallism and in the use of the largest volume of silver as standard money which can lie maintained at a parity with our gold and paper money so that all of our dollars will be equal for all purposes But tU1 Harvey programme is merely a scheme to scale our standard dollar in which all contracts have been mam for the purpose of robbing creditors If thse agitators simply wanted to cheapen the dollars for use in future business transactions they would advo cate a law making the new dollars e il tender for future debts only Bnt has not what they want They insist that these new cheap dollars must te made a legal tender for all di bts I am opposed to that because it is dishonest If anybody can prove that it is honest I will be glad to be for it But he must prove it by some bitter argument than the threadbare assertion that John Sherman conspired with the Rothschilds to rob innocent people 20 years ago for even if that idiotic statement were true it would be no reason why yi u and I slvmld conspire to rob a much larger number of equally bam cent people today ieorge L Douglass in Kansas it Mar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 red spot and September fllto 6mc October ffi 82V4C steam r No I rd 5s aaTXli southern by sample WanSc September Oowa Mixed spot C91i394tc iSSc 31c bid October Oats No 2 white western 272Tlc Nat mixed do H2Se Wheat No Baltimore 2 Arr Htanlor Lv Cimid Lve Corbin Lve Willi mislig Arr J Arr Knoxllle Lve Ki tonoiil rr Knu Im rr ninil iip 1 41 P m 4 - pm VOKTH BOINU Kx sun M pmaarKCTiva nans OF MOIIKI HoMK 5SC 2 c Calls on December wheat opened 1 last price sold at 5e opened at 5Ti fiLjc sold at 57SC last Chicaoo Sept XI sr pri iuts e Arr Richmond ve KXV llle Lve Lve Williamslig Corbi n ive Rowland - r K I 1 ii V Lsjj I r Â¬ u -ftar industry and society A country which is naturally arid and which has then been brought under a proper system of irrigation will differ very materially in the quality of its civilization from the country which receives only rain from the sky and depends altogether upon that source for the moistening of its fields And there could lie no liet ter illustration of these principles than the Kern delta of California Here a vast estate of 400000 acres has tieen brought under a system of irrigation remarkable for its simplicity and the influences to which I have referred will work out their results here if any wht re Let me first refer to the most ot viois advantage of irrigation which be readily understixxl at once This is the fact that the irrigation canal skirting the edge of the farm constitutes an insurance policy upon the crops Men insure tin ir lives their houses and barns and tlieir cargoes In transit across the sea Why should they not Insure the crops 00 which th ir existence and prosper ty depend uf course this is another form of insurance since fire in surance docs not necessarily prevent liability to destruction but compen sates tin loss Irrigation is a higher and letter form of insurance since it prevents the possibility of loss But this is the smallest and narrowest view of irrigation although every farmer will readily understand that it is worth a great deal to him to know that his crops will be secure against failure by drought or flood year after year The first effect of irrigation on the agricultural iudiistry is to elevate it from the plane of mere drudgery to that of skilled labor It is a higher form of industry just as tine cabinet making is a higher form of Industry than the felling of trees in a taaaber camp If the farmer has a rich soil and ample sunshine and he can then apply the rain just as he needs it with a nice sense of the differing wants of various vegetables trees and field rops he has the basis of scientific farming It la essentially a new industry or at least a new ami higher form of an oid industry We have only lie gun to understand the possibilities of scientific production from the soil by means of irrigation W K Smythe in Caimans Rural World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Calls on May corn opened at C9c last price Puts opened at 2lc last price 4Sc ber Wheat September Oct No 2 New Yokk Se 81 c Dec Lve Midlle lih Lve Foie lie ville Lve Arr Curb Lve bOffMKM Arr llvni I film -- a S COWS r TTJftSTc Oats dull western 25jitc - No ive llvingsion Lve Arr Lve t Octo- Â¬ 24c No 2 mixed cash No I yellow io c No 3 do 34 1 64v Wheat obn No 2 red No I red cash TIHHl cash 63c 60c ve rr Rlehrnoml Hicloooiit Woo W III 20 am Ben Arr ve Ir No 3 do 33SC c texiiiginii Oil MX - Oats Nothing doing Lve Lve cattle steady PlTTSHrRIH Sept 21 Receipts Iisrht market about at unchanged prices - Primp mediums 4t5 4 7 best HsYorkers f4 SO 4 S5 ci mmon to fair Yorkers Karl t M lusasw p n n o sheep Exp rts 3sO3xO extra 3 40 iroml 12 70 3 rr rioi Arr Cincinnati tltil ioiw am MAYSVIILE NORTH Lve Clncinn Lve do liigOil I BR 0 I ND reSasVMt veal calves thin J0O 41 M 5 50a7u0 heavy and Cattle Market dul and bulk sold bu prospect fair Hogs- - Goed b 4n mixedo Yorkers light and mediur 4 SS N Y Brrruiiclosing s lower with srr Carlisle iood to choice H 11 4 75 rair teases stss 440 urai ts 0 common to fair325t355 mixed 12754150 export sheep Imiunap is Saw a Cattle Not enough cattle here to make s SHEFP and LAjaas Saoaj IollllsiOl MaysvO -- ni TH KOI NI Lve Mavsville Carhs- Boon 35 light- - HJt iood to choice medium and ban vy 410425 choice mi ted and heavy 3 onrg Lexiliijtoil C01 iiigton Cincinnati Kn- BJram V PATRONIZE STEAM 1 g 5 flli tlier in f LHUNDRY HOME Ticket and Kin r - i ARR INDUSTRIES Ri Ni Ii Di Ri R as well as any Work done promptly and other Laundry in the Country Time Table No 24 In Ef- Â¬ fect May 12 1895 - PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Home People and they will stand by vou EASTBOLND Versailles Valley View Million 1ST CI A IO i M 7 io 45 m 9 6 7 M A V i Richm Moberly t r Rrasticld OUT OF TOWN WORK ja i o ABOUT A 1 TERRACING I A lrne WEST BOUND I IrTlnc heap tssujlCTS aiiCnKI j Â¬ Uresa Very Kasy hlch Make the 1 j Â¬ While the value of terraces when properly laid off is undisputed yet pxr construction and the need of a terracing instrument have added to the objections already urged against them of the greater difficulty in the use of improved machinery in hauling and in the increased number of short rows In spite of these obstacles the sub- - SOLICITED D - r i m H MYERS Rra Ticlii o Proprietor of 2 4 Â¬ The Kentucky Planing Mills WHOLESALE - N Tram Train- OH betwe between KK1 Ml UK A I EH iIN All tr i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ isj fr fit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B Teas terse msiaunsarr ject has gained in importance of late so that large areas of what was once considered worn out land and inca pable of profitable yield are being brought again under cultivation by the practice of the proper system of terracing The first requsite is to get level lines laid off on which to build the embankments This requires an instrument There are several cheap ones on the market but a home made tool will answer equally well Such an instrument as represented in our cut is made of two pieces of timber eleven feet long and one piece six feet long The two large pieces are fitted together at one end while the others are eighteen feet apart The small timber is fastened to the large ones four feet from the point of meeting and a srint level is placed at its center Terrace lines are marked off by placing one end where the pro- Â¬ posed terrace is to run while the other end is moved until the air bubble indi- Â¬ cates level Stakes should then be driven into the ground where the ends rest and one end s vung around until the instrument is in a reversed posi Â¬ tion and lceled again To get the fall between two tcrraeev fit a false leg by pivot to a leg of the triangle and adjust the instrument until the spirit level indicates a horizontal line then sight on the cross bar and move a target attached with three foot meas-Â¬ ure down hill until it comes in line with the sight This shows the place where the next terrace should begin After the terraces are once correctly formed and grasses or the roots of any forage crop grow upon them there is no fear of breaking and they are of no further trouble though of course they must Ik- - kept in order and occasionally repaired like other things N V World Almost everybody now agrees that level culture produces the largest and lest crops of potatoes Iut it is impossible to have level culture unless the seed potatoes tire planted deeply enough for tlie t hers to form under the wtil The constant tendency of the tulSK is to rise as they grow This if the seed has been planted only one or two inches deep makes it nece ary to draw dirt around the hill making a mound which sheds thu water on either side Thi also it the potato roots in the mid Pe of tlie row It requires dry ami rich ground to make success- Â¬ ful deep planlirg and level culture possible liut soil without stagnant water near the surface is always nee fort he potato crop if the subsoil is tilled with water through winter and srmg it is impossible to grow good potato crops on such land the following season by any method Prairie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Rough as Dressed IXXIKS La IIINos Sll HllMS II MoI Siiimifs Iimk CaaaaT ii Kn A HI K For any ticket agem W H G1 AD A MS p m - C v TOBACCCO HOGSHEADS SPECIALTY Main street l i Ku iimoi COAL 1 1 -- PUBLIC SALE bid I k Dealers In OF LAND As Kmm BEATTYYILLE AND S Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THE utor oi tiell I e liike White imbliely on I will New market Opera House the 11 14 Lowest prices guarantted on appli and will compote with any coal in Thursday Sept 195 26 r w in bi - - At ten oeloek on the nrpmlis i town in Mmiison eoiiiity the Mlowing mi CHEAP L SIX Acres of land cornerim at Fnx town Sf KNTKKX and nnafrnriK across the Ped H - r I Ivinv nn th -- is i rrt COAL IexillLTton si k I three ipiarter acres more or I 01 ii nine soutii iroin l oxtown on the Kiiliinond and linianaw pike In pn nntlition and well aatoratL ONEHUXDltFli rn rii x l 1 V ktiTv si--i- When vou can ijet a better article to same money I am offennor the BEST in the market at Sat same price iou have to pav to other dealers lor in cheap coal a whole Possession uiven January Int 1896 TKkMS--On- e OtTice and vard corner Mam and B third eash w lien p ajoa is given remainder in saw and two streets onlv one sUire BW years ti er eent interi st with lien re- Â¬ 3 s served for the purehase money negotia Â¬ rloufe ble note with approved security payable BEST I N QUALITr JOST IN 0UANT1TV at Madison National Bank -- All in grass ljiml will bewffereil in lots and then as I BLlIira JOHN G COLE 13 16 Kxei utor Lee Jake White WORMS WHITES CREAM Has led all WORM EVERY I Livery Sttlii aJe Wy VERMIFUGE FOR SO YEARS medies BOTTLE BiMcna Farmer 1 wish to sell private rev new brick hverv stable same Muare and near Hotel Ulyndon Richmond Ky Powewion given January i i8q6 W S DUNCAN lo ii GUARMTEE2 st Mm SOU BY ALi BBlUtiltTll