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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a HHBT M ant P1 i OLUME 1 zz BIXKDSB Pennsylvania Slavs Have a I With the Deputies s 111 1 -- - VII 1 L nd in thnt VWdnes ease lh P RICHMOND v MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1894 1 IIIH Â¬ If Asa rjT 9 G A r FiJeJ Piper j z tcri ov iruii ruTxuTJin ir rxrjiji ttixu KLiJ 1 IhH vv IB arc to M free of Mi C Tie to TV Nkpi 4 were ma ilea at me nnl The bride left hop- hiirefootc but was supplied with footwear on reach TV in lt Louisville is are well t LlGHTSlXfl ki Bd K n ar Ri inond Tin city council f Iachieali has re fused to renew IU contract with the of tile liiij lot vsT Not 0iral s H t I TVf-- r- her sIriKrl A Kas ujvn In h the h - nv a vote of it to aVtl- pro- - bill to ir hogs betaging nlitnM 1a - s Tin- - re- iOUMC h 1 ne IL lttli wd a jh I B- a k up tl m strikers The n ineiltnt lie fore thev Slav si The lep d fired si NT V r it by vt mpany and t town will remain in d for an iidcfinite peri id It is iriiKs d to h an elcctri litfht plant erected as w u n as Tin examining rial of llagh Asher ehanred with complicity in of Andy John son took plaee a PineriHe the other day A itnessea de- the eirenmstanecsof the t n gedy e I I I the lmt ii-h ifaiii v but there w Sfcndnv W ly fnm Sarla several upio the Ill hn Liu of t- at hundred the works at hen most profm barged Asher and In How ard Tate the yontj man who is now t Johnson i siill known to have mi Wii II vmmii i olCovin m Iennsylva mit- - who the Valley works of the ana wen- on their way bone at - lag I t When they stepped off the train thf Mb Baton Bway The four with chalk udbhrpla Ured thereon marched throng rotter and nrnten the rnohndtohn to The Leisin-rin- re psradn through th i plant I Etrifccn peered then and the t upon them and hit thenl nd clubs They werj past their own h niiiWijf their BU aWr 11 le to lvSU I k Red It i Le only been married suppi sition in anc lie was injured alio six weeks ai o by I falling f rain and haa cona- plained of his head e ir since BVJ Hi was twenty tinea years of age wt ItNsioNH were issued the other day reacht St i as follows original Win II Horine Orell Jefferson fonnty and re issue Fr ink lkirncs Richmond Be newal Madison count- lohn i son SanUlierry Carter county Itenj Wood ishington Ma son eonn-brain ty Ke isttne Shelby de- Kenton county iM rats Original widows etc Ann Spanlding n county Original f Adrain C Shelby oviiiLi tiii Kenton county Nancy Lit- tie Carroll ton arroll county W II GmFFiTH of Owensbora was the other day appointed chief ol a di vision in the poet office department the conference report This i the first Kentoekdan to pert any tin Delaware mmm PfelladeipBiaaadOam thing from Mr ItisselL Kepresentatire Ellis worked the appointed s 11 SfNATK II1MTON Jttno Thomas rURK aged about IC years w drowned in the Muscatatuck river th near North Vernon the other after- of the pro wl being teized nin cramps and aaing down before going with ach hiin The body m the aiteriio- in ti 1 ted suicide the other afternoon about two weeks and the is that lie was ily by J Â¬ - at ii - Hoan M i cut Hugbey Too-and Mike Toolin a n up Moore The Ii us wounds ml ueek which may pro S Miiore itch teoeired at Hopkizisvilic Spri i brings the news of li i IiHell of presltlent of the ity aad a d intluci ce in s l u Tsiaaa Kasbjviixbv iViiii f mi i ick L Post i i i - e tablished Dalesburg c Biiiiseli t r E It Turpin at al In the county I aa wa i until ri i if Win aitcr i NEWS ITEMS trial order and tii st in was In the Lord v ill make tour of trial trip - neapolis ul - bn n to Nsil- - a a M I f tile ra arbv lle got a Lr Tui new trial inn I tor- - tcr 1 morning he was n r Fcjo1nMl and ii ata U give t X the tl i its ivy in a quarrel I1Matur 111 for J an a ei on RtcotJ Louis for several weeks has been de- - oped raring the pa t winter v hen a of tailed to take charge as superior of Urge fancy ball was giw the Osnline Sinters couvnit at Alton the private hones on the same i Who formerly resliled in Oaaw ticu lmt 11 infr as tlie presidential r who now resides iu Honolulu wrttaBl For diploma ie corps Those of tie 20 years pert my wife HEMMED IN who attended the ball later iiiil have iis- Ayers tfn lloui s rniy surrmin leii liv strikers evening were obliged to first change Hiir Mi nme worn at the white the ami liit- Triiopi Neeilvil atliiliie loi the link Inquiry on the part of curious 1 Wiikkiim Ci kk June ata wMca friends developed the reason just lotjo Friday night four shots wi re l iiii- from the village side of Wheeling ktill divils of our ai uamt- ten or creek across to where sentries from th deaea ESKIMO KAIAKS ii e i Second regiment were stationed The Same Pretty Steep Stories of the Green- are i itlier encir miners are almost tril llmtiiou skll white or bald cling the camp at strailimr int n the The kaiak is beyond r bss and every few minutes a signal yell is r In retaased is eok The liest for a single oar- answered from every quarter fulliiewe reply ry So says Dr Nanscn in his sentries were nat ordered to return the vented the use ol Aywri The kaiak as mi Life tire but extra precautions have been presumed to know is a -taken to prevent an attack In narrow shallow canoe or shell Cm i Miiis o June At 1150 Fri-Â¬ was neinj a deck in the middle of whi day evening advices received by Gov the h to admit the a hole just larj McKinley from Adj Jen Howeshowed This occupant body of its occupant the situation at Wheeling Creek to lie out laced tightly very grave Gen Howe held a conferevery about the ri its and the h ad and fitii ence with his officers the sheriff and i jr the kaiak others familiar with the surroundings ted so eloselv to th ind liertand plans of the strikers As a result that the man can t and Ayers Hair Vipor ami vi ry swn K at Jen Howe teleÂ¬ himself again of the confer nee graphed the governor asking for more without letting a drop of water into only checked say farther loss of hair lmt the b atndaeed an enttrely new pwwta wlin h haa s to sit The governor immediately ordered i It nee Is a gxxl deal of tills i such a y nothing of manthe Sixteenth regiment to prepare to neeil of a e nuine hair r sn h S weathers go to the front The regiment had that it s rfninied to be Anu nte Alarrun td of his who got into just settled itself comfortably for the Raalrou Tei night at the Fourteenth reLiment one for the first time lie No armory here when the call ias re- Â¬ fm r times within two minutes r had we got him up on ever A special- train was then ceived and let him go than he made up by tin Baltimore A Ohio railhis head with the bottom of road and within an hour the regiment y to Wheeling was on its reek - begin Gre their It was accompanied by Company K early and develop wonderful skill beof the Second regiment which was lated here and which will join the Nobody is an expert kaiak min until istered the art of righting regiment at the front A thorough capsizing In addition to this the governor at this without an oar by out three compan once ordered the Third regiment which was brought the help of his throw dug stick or even by one arm alone here Friday night The com height of accomplishment la those located at Dayton and S when he ays Dr Nan en field Wnn i ro Cl i ik O Tune 9 Wheel- does not even need to use tbe flat of Do ing Creek a in on the line hs band but can keep it clenched of the Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling To show that this can really be done In his railroad four miles finm Bellaire and and bed hand THE COLD WKATHRR WILl SOON BE a far suburb of Bridgeport is in rp with it still in hi I 1MN YOl AND A of si ire with the Fourteenth and al Such a man is pr Second regiments of infantry and I most any n eather t lijrht artillery battery II side of the heavy be lays the br in camp established well OR A it out kaiak to it hi Ids fire skirmish and lines on the all the details of the situation against forwan to Illustrate a history WE BOTH lets tin v tn aides Incidi nt to the gr ird it throat It labor has ever known and rights resting Ol nation tha we have eve the heat first really I l mr sales have al liking line confronted the troops since the s une t recourse and every ieen large tha wan inn rated llundii A still prwttievVe miners in aln roken limi they the s Bellaire to Whi e it on the ly controlled by earance of tartly cap it has p n All is of the I think it nient at this point over the first right themselves again really warlike situation but there has would ie hani to name a more intrepid COM K AND IStY it bay- - method of dealing with a heavy sea been as yet no If a man cannot right his Isoat and re t bat drove the miners back it be A HEATING STOVE A a It yond horn- as soon as ned at larnes STOVE A BAX8K A 0HATS mt a follows almost of ne Pi ly the le kimo part of line companie F s s R Y TO K V K K A M to their death by drowning In no nt vi H ies A fn in indlay s il aCCOMP INt 1 year a full fourth of the mortali K from I lusky C from Lima ty am ieu is due to the a I from Van Wert B from Tiffin 71 Tiles Brick Hearths from Bellefontaine from Kenton H ting f Bn i c from liloomilale tawa and L According Lauterne as iu Sacks Ookia XTteasUi in this quoted by the London Standards from Wapakoneta Tn of a field are the Fourteenth regiment 555 Paris I 147 with novel descriptiou i men UK m All over the c itinent it and is en left al Mim illery in Iaris lestrnetton an inn thnt the wl 4s making a total birds by Gov McKinl morning tele of the small ins CO graphed ien Howe the of a nests traps and blrds nesting has CLAUDE great damage to agriculture and am from she done at this especially in orehl r a dealer oifera XV I Gen Therefore the minister fur foreign point The ijovemor a troop now in the affair Howe uped ou v a Raairaud nc-a entered buttiii A Gentleman 1 1 MNEW HARDWARES I have in il a II yOk i COOKING STOVES WARE HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN TIN ROOFS J- CUTLERY GUTTERING AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS - handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows None bette t 5 1 al o have in con p with Yl ti -- on abort uoti THOS H KRRR - - li- I ELDERS BARGAIN STORE A AYERS N E price hotwe A HAIR VIGOR V ONi pr tie re II TiEXT 491 V 1 STOVES TWO CENTS W boy one dozen S th tip W 11 Â¬ i You Need Stoves Inn one o o shees comtnercin commercial Envelope Pidlock witi Mc FIVE CENTS S a 4- bras- - tipa Inliu ir Button- - and many other sea I Uiid lr 41 - STOVE GRATE irYOUWAXTSHO BRANDED 4 VE MONEY -e and see selling at only i nhoe that Im j ill A M i - -- box French - i Given Satisfaction UCES ANP ZtABR0OfRlS Yob will hu Â¬ 00031 Y 1 1 Ct MOTTO UNDERBUY -- UNDERSELL CASH hmond LL i SMITH 5 inn irruuuinr -- r i 1 TAYLOR I1AVK A ROS STOVES UK A i s taarno to join r ucv at itiiiiaaflHhind le lo tecrrth regiment and lio i Io Non of i ompany M Seventeenth regiment attempted to a train at Canal Dover on the Cleveland A Marietta road but was by imhi rolling mill men who compelled Engineer barbae Rounds to abandon the rain but he was afterward put in charge when the air was i Â¬ The New Hriuware Firni FULL n II Villi la I om Vrtmm - i rt- v irJcl llou 11 Ariny Wtare k STATE NEWS distr ion v ill e i of cd from j ii j V t I Jul reteh their titeret a sam i 1 v i I rs the deputy thanked ur commou- - Til TllK two In cent ri -- ite Medical a lag at Shelbyi of prosecuting a number of highwaymen who aided the revolution Two colored men are in jail st Ur-charged with arson to secure Insurance money vote in tbe senate upon the bill will probable be taken the part of June hip Lancaster ill liecn for whose safe felt has arrived at New York At St Paul Minn Wednesday Lieut Haney ted of muidi r but found guilty of threatening a superior Bra i TB 2iT COMPLETE LINK cut off is up at Odberts mine and ties p across as an obstruction The situa- tion la decidedly grave but there are no serious apprehension of an immediate conflict Â¬ It is rumored thnt the track torn Homna tin and firexHi have espr tber willh Austria Hungary and Italy have inti I by inter- that t1nation 1 treaties for the protection of birds but that if the new scheme did not materially clash with their own they would accept it Increase of Sui il i i Antria The increase in the Dumber of sui Â¬ cides ii Austria which is stat have been marked i t sand i HARDWAUKI ih f W L D T la 1 eal hirMs At tin nstrici ani At in the Tv N ne en rais b a it h a WAS BURNING i rs of line to re ty They k ernon Tbos ned while lturkel s in Mi itatuck men were caught IV intr flower Tuk ri 1 kanled tl I rs to the c i on pike dur- - ro uN itholic church at Padncah ed at ve li it- - no eafrhal into the a make w9m jsidnc 1 4lr n Di4litn 1ai itic vtrral Killed m A i the aaen u thongh ay at the i June n pi Aaiy iamjj to4 he the men in r home on had been ill Tn- i Inms ojc of the best known pike His He es- Â¬ iuh Vni for lie a so a long time tate is worth a tut county and lieu ar r were waaatti awa ar - dur-- way Taylor county will t the n toaw V- - 4r and i ill F a FtFTY THlED s MRESS 1 At Lexington suit for injunction has been tiled prevent the council appropriating funds for the court rt Cadiz Averitt and Early Averitt were need to terms o two years in the state pcuit he murder l w s- - Aaaaac the intsnaanaaH t i a ii Baj I Is the ils Trigg c lit nit press MeaaapBH mBlev Tin internal eipts at county i ead Btfl lit I i Tail be- - BJpTllt r tr ri ram Tiik repebiiea at a Ihi KoL dared unty Holm nt i ration McKinleys station in July was tried and the lit candidate for linn Paji uiok inty u v him racd tin the state had no net on deficit of G us Jui BIG DAMAGE SUITS A F Benson of Huntington was Allegheny foimtr Pa to Ite Hetil for Thursday by nominated for Damage Done li SlrikerK the people party convention nt MaWithin a few IlTisia Kin June rion lad days suit will be entered against AIU- The only obstacle that now lios be- gheny county to recover damages for ll Louisville Ky and the i A Ii property destroyed by rioters along the national encampment for 1895 is the MoDongahela river by the owners of raising of 975000 mines and coal tipples Suits may also At New York Dr Henry Meyer con be entered by the National Tube Works of poisoning Lndwig Btrandt Co of McKeesport for damages The was sentenced to life imprisonment at county it is claimed will have to bear Sing lay the loss in these eaeea under the special James C tie of Lebanon Ind real act which became celebrated after the de- Â¬ ies that be is insane says he has a riots of 1877 The best authorities do sire to kill some one and has requested not seem to believe that the city of Mcthat he be restrained Keesport is liable for any damages There was ijuite a blaze in the roof The inost important case of inter jst of the female department of thiOhio would lie that of the National Tule The women prisoners works where a single item would be penitentiary extinguished the flames SlSOOOO for a group of furnaces The populists of the Tenth congresBlc 1aetory Darned sional district at their convention held i H Ksvnii June 0 About six at Logansport Ind Thursday noiui oclock Friday morning fire was discovin led Kiv S M Ilathorn ered in the establishment of Clay Austin G Gorbaa baa been appointed Crowl ft manufacturers of lumlier er for the Denver Land ard Wa-Â¬ handles and tent supplies Ueforc the ter Storage Co Interest has beun ie fire company reached the scene of ac 17000 of general luo tion the buildin - was a mass of 0 Is all attempt to save it were fi u ie Ird seems to have an epi The fire cau es a great loss to i attempted suicides frcmi the ville as the factory furnished em lat four persons have attempt ii ment to about men peris their lives within a few tiours verv highest vi Loss 815000 in- Wednesday suiance 10009 mpt colored who murdered Ilieli- Satii Claim Deputy sheriff Ned Carver at West Mamiid Jure ft- - United States Mina ister Taylor ban communicated a note over Md was taken from jail by mob of about four hundred men and to the Spanish government declaring shot to death that the customs duties are improperly The twenty fourth annual meeting collected in the Island of Cuba owing West V of the to misinterpretation of the treaty with held in the new Soraaal the United States As a result Va ol building Fairmo mt the United States claims reimburse- Â¬ on July - 3 and i ment in the sum of 225000 Tup prevailinir famine cnal about on the ground that s have caused raU articii cord ing ment various others to go out of Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Since the latter date folio- b S3 SHOE DOUGLAS Sh bet ii Mr1 the hot THE MARKETS EJVR RTOTK Cattle Coaaa - CiSiissATi June oo 4 im 4 W 4 It 4 4 3 i - llfH a 75 ii dealer r 11 tVO js Is ai ivLii 4 tnil- - CornNo No Xo 3 l rel i lu - W aU OOUGiV E lirot 0 3 mixed 3 IB a J ACS FilEEHA WEI SH B HAY irime to choice TUBAI leaf 00 JJ -f f 11 i1 I 1 rKOVlsliiBCTTI N- Mi is Porlt GarnettHouseSalconW STUART - rv l Irlire tochn re creamery ONIONS Pet bbl POTATOES URAIN New Per bbl 1 25 2 IS 3 25 ft 4t 3 S m M JONES Proprietor NFAV YOItK FLOCK Winter rXtiit t Win No red OOKN So J mixed OATS Mtxed PUHK Ni LAKU Wl ff 3 33 Nurthn 13 Pure Whiskies Brandies ure Wines c 2 ax 2 60 6 00 2 CIJ FbOCK V jliVi Corn POHK LARU Jett whiskey at per gallon 0 90 Ien 2 11 Oats No I have engaged the- services of Mr Koht u-i-- J ill as barten u to e him ive hi- - friends call m suuia HALT1M W il 6CQ vY STl ART JUNKS 40 39 iaruelt Hensf Saloon Slreet lu rixir GRAIN Oat- - Noi 47 Refined ss W SOLI H uality 40 540 ITRAIS BET1 4 li545 35 CIXCINNATI and ST LOUIS INDIANAPCILIS GRAIN Wheat No 2 Corn No 2 mixed OaU No imtie wn 4 PALACE 5T 11 SLEEP1S D C v E LOUISVILLE FLOTIt GRAIN V WBt um v No t red Ct a ii r si 7 IW BIG FOUR KOL Kuui lAIiiJ blt U L II W nd B - J he murder of Chief En- II Paddock at Davidson near John I sh customs offi- - April 4 of manslaughter returned a collision litis imti Ilarrfd c i Fkaxk rally is Iti J Ihto Ci between C i i Cheney Co maii the senior partner of ky i ifFJ in it he the 1 to the d I at Ke- - oetbi 1 11 I m MMPmPWF I CLIMAX 1 r I 1 v 1 ybiSCeLered SxpS on Piper TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST IN THE PRIMARY ELkCTlDNs JUNE TL n r r ar a r 9 z z - H TIITOX Editor f CBLItJIlKu J IVIMT WK11XESDAY BT The Climax Printing HfOWELL RICE PER YEAR - - JINK 18 Co gXrfrWZtn 150 1 fEDXESDAY E1HTUKIAL NH RKSPONKKMt CaaBK June 11th lv cixiit iiiLi akiik aii Almost every petn thing was destroyed e Pajn ro th in this country received fr led that it would be reniemhcred present genera- a year in tion that t which there was ao cummer Very little u England and the corn i supplied theiu- Mill elves from the com produced in 1K1 7 for the seed of the si It Bold at from 4 to 5 per bushel September furnished about two weeks of the mildest weather of tlie season Soata after the Buddie it became very colli and frosty and ice formed a quarter of an inch thick October produced more than its share of cool ireaaear froet and ice ahundant- i V- S nator VikM writing from Wash- iagtoa to sine ol his constituents says We are hammering away here still as ee from day ti day and are likely iv the lth or Sea of this month Our bill will le a better one than the country bag Ix en led to think by the reckleM writings of some We will not ir newvpaper people le but we will make such an improvement on the Me- Kiulcy lea that every Heimx rat with of part and Beware porpoaea fen tlie try will give it his cordial and port -I I I 11 - November was cold and blustery aViighing Enough snow fell to make hecemlier was quite mild and comfortable pd Â¬ That the beneficial and served their uorpuee admirably none will deny No oneconversant with the practical workings of the National liank system will deny Its great merit but sir it does not meat the requirements of the present as was fully demonstrated by the experience of last summer I faor the repeal of the tax because I beleive we should have a system of bank circulation that possesses elasticity a system that will enable the banks of the country to increase their circulation in times ol need We know that for three or four months every Fall there is a stringency in the money markets of the Sooth and West and that we all have td go to New York for money and sir New York names the rate bast Fad New York said to most of us We cant Now let you have money at any rate sir I submit that this state of affaire ought not to exist submit that the West and South should not Ik dependent on he 1 jist for money with which to move their crops Why sir a bank in Mississippi with 100000 worth of goo State county and municipal bonds in its saie is not allowed to issue one dollar of circulation on the pledge of these bonds Jt may have in addition to these bonds SMOOU0 worth of bills receivable based on the wealth of the country tributary ret in times of need like those we entry passed through this bank 100000 cannot pledge this entire worth of securities and issue a single circulating note We want and should have the right to issue a sale circulating medium to be used when there is a de Â¬ mand for it and to be retired when that demand is at an end I favor the repeal the tax because if not repealed I fear a free and unliui itt coinage of silver which would lie in my opinion a great disaster for the sarv to enable the government bonds to be used by National a basis for bank circulation measures then adopted were to sell it Hanks as 1 should be prouder of than the Silver Hand It shortens up our faces slid makes us find glad that we live in J Richmond They are not only clever biys but it is the best trained baud to its age in the State May all the meiu iers live long and prosper people 8 1894 I A Mothers Piphtyj ia Sto I a 5 tr 3 a Boys Suffei ng Head a c ive I Cooal Health - These wise jfTom the Itanis Horn The invvTio controls himself makes unwritten laws for many other people Fill the place you now have sore than full and you will soon have a letter one We tire not in a condition to enjoy riches until we can be happy withSome of the most deally out them serpents have the brightest skins Smallpox is not uny more i ontagious than a good example It is not what we do but what a e love that decides our fate The man who is always looking for mud generally finds it A David who goes wrong is as Beach to blame as a Judas Â¬ Â¬ lAre - ItlKl i a 1 - r i 2 Stre gtt Bf Bb- - X z - a I I 1 1 - V esJ BBaaaW 9 Court house No Citv Hall University Chenault White Hall McCrearv Tipton Waco ss 4 li 4 n v- 55 45 33 7S 16 143 84 57 T 8 5 b 70 35 175 M a o S3 7 6 57 j6 4 116 7 1 9 3 aaasV 35 i TlKUtiHTS ABOUT MONUMENTS LEGAL DEPARTMENT COXIHCTKD Anv General William Henry Harrison died over till v yean ag lie wasa promi nent figure in his day and largely on the strength of his military reputation be was elected President of the States He died soon after his inauguration and since that time there has been talk of erecting a monument to his memory He was huried at North Bead the place of his residence where his tomb HAT MUEK THINKS uiparatively neglected Bat alter stor Chandler opened a aweeh on prolonged efforts money enough a remarks The rebow aeeat at eloee The flop-- eared to pay for a statue to be erected Eree barbed laaea wire somewhere in Cincinnati but there was leather The priiini lata have lacking a sufficient sum to pay for the ant tli P i iii lists And the Sugar trust construction o a pedestal After various etlbrts to secure private subscriptions lll sil egislatute has passed a law author iing the Commissioners of this county to levy a tax to pay for the pedestal Tlie national aaafci ling of the Ameri which it is estimated will cost 6060 IVoaertive has adjourned Thus after half a century of talk we will II nhse wiite much baa pronounce bare in Cincinnati a monument commemorative oi General Harrison which M the It is not to lie understood that there is and the next in this delay and failure t obtain pri S Yet the chaap e iame duck- - is America rase aabacriptinaa any wanton the part f appreciation of the American peopl wiiat part of of the services of thai citen and we s such may say that bare T - JV atly there was erected at FrederBat tin- BT icksburg Ya a monument to the memn any aVaaaa eta who Would ory of George Washingtons mother That was the result of the efforts of the one ii Ol I he jx rlectly will- America for Ainer patriotic women of America It required appl cd to the officers of the more than a century to bring this about and now the monument rtands in a comP A paratively secluded and will be i people seen by comparatively t IT The effort to erect monument to m Co itutin fee Washington in the citv of Wash nently thearxmneat ton continued through many years Fourth of July subscriptions were solict Would ited for that purpose bat these did not Has it passuffice The monument was undertaken I primary ult not Lie finished until finally ty iu which ti Congress made an appropriation and nch excite now the Washington monument stands pruuary a lav Not of private contributions but of taxation la New York City upon tlie death of loha White p General Giant a movement was made to erect a monument that would pro The poor attraction but it was not until the re- around Erienda moval of his tiona I Â¬ i Â¬ STEPHEN I IAKKIsll ne itien of law upon which Climax 11V Kavanaugh Kingston bear Wallow Huncanan blue Lick Barea 8 it 10 11 11 13 14 60 3J 37 Sj 4 I 4- 108 B 3 6 V 4 sS 3 61 57 54 121 question is iskcl ith Questions sKould not exceed thirty n length ami only one question is permitted at a time The initials of the questioner will he published hut the lull name and address must lie trainee of ood faith Quesslhs rifers only will be 111 tions troin Ciiuax and ihev must make then in Rood faith otherwise they wII receive BO attent h this oilunin uifrilltd itl tif usMnd un in m Barnam Tevis Crutcher Poosev Newbv Biggerstaff 15 M 00 4 Si t aaSp M 17 80 S u 19 tit is 34 4 64 57 7 54 s 4 13 4 51 1 C 10 88 399 4 -- C L Hoc 77 Baon 7Sicntir Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ SIK-li- l- i more aux il was it p lent explain to me the meaning of the term Brahoa Law It seems to be an Irish term but the meaning is unknown to me Irisiim x Answer Iiehon isthe Irish name for a Judge Brehou Lawa were the unwritten and law in Irland that prevailed in all their purity and rigor previous to the year 1006 These iaws out res pond to the lex mm scripta of the Fng iish Common Law and were delivered by tradition from t tie remotest Antiquity down to the year 1985 when they were formally abolished by act of parliment under Edward HI In many respects these laws made great show of equity entire counltv and especially disastrous and justic in determining rights between tor the people of the South man and man but in many things they The tight for the unlimited coinage of were quiet repugnant both to the laws o a finish silver is not yet fang The of nature and of man friends of unlimited inage are onlv temporarily defeated oy the action of T S There is no such word as that bravest of brave lemocrats PresiYou evidently mean letragrammatiou dent C veland tetragrammaton meaning primarily I favor the repeal of this taxabecause the four letter- - composing tlie name of its repeal will enable the State to base the Deity The ancient Hebrews never ut- Â¬ circulation of their banks largely on State tered the word Jehovah composed of county and municipal 1kui1s and will so the four sacrel letters J 11 Y II inean enhance the value of this class of bonds am or exist The Talmud will so increase the demand for them as teaches that the tetragrammaton includes to enable our States counties and mu the three times past present and future nicipalities to issue and sell at par bonds The Greek term for Deity ens was bearing a nte of interest not exceeding called a tetrard meaning the four sac- Â¬ 4 per cent peraanam while they now red letters find it difficult to sell bonds bearing in- Ijititi Jove and Ileus Persian Bora at G cents per annum Fgvptian Amon and Isis Assyrian Adal Sir New York and the Fast know what Arabian Alia German tiott Spanish is for their interest in this matter They Ihos French Dieu Italian Idio Dutch know that It is largely to their interest Godt Danish Godt Swedish Goth the to have the South and West pay tribute Lord of Israel Ftruscan Juno the to them To have the West and South Ash ot Scandinavian Mythology OJin when money is easy keep in the hast Thor TreyYali and Saga are tetragrams their surplus money which at present significant of Deity meaning the sjiine amounts to neai 0000 but sir as II V II Jehovah The I Am that our tirst duty is regard for Mississippi I Am of Kxodns 14 and which the and we need not fearto peak here to followers of Jcena among the nations of dav what we believe to be her inten the earth address as Our Father Who VA M ridifiu Art in Heaven Please Â¬ rules-of-rigÂ¬ 1 Â¬ I 1 Â¬ -- 10S7 4 13a 3 11 7 5i 8 15a 197 181 wr 2 189 of mis ty t I ptnli m slon- - a I ly Artlsmation Nlcholnvllc llomnrat in d iu a and never body Be is a man illy but n i men Imir- - m White will ty next Sovera- Tip KLSSIA I lustry and sue large crop m ac- Â¬ cent of the who has ol the neat scut - an ined r i tlien what it countrv 1 Judge Jewell author of the saying Politics is hell is realizing that he has played basics by trying to be too previ- Â¬ ous He issued a role against the board of aldermen to show cause why they should not be lined for comtempt for re- Â¬ mitting a fine be had imposed The aldermen appeared before him in a body - off in int when he acknowledged his error and This is not attributable to a want of made a thorough apology it was not patriotism on the part of American peo- - accepted however and the bailees are iu absence of respect for the that Jewell will lose his S1000 job as memory of citizens who distinguish the aldermen chum that under the new -- Ives in war in the arts in p oiisiiuijili meie us no sticu onice as res sional or civil life bat it is an cvidencBj Jim will have to revi ins re- lief Aldermen are when you Â¬ i1 amount of money could be secured in that wealthy city to complete the work In this case however no tax was levied In Cincinnati up ia U ition of President Garfield a mrrrnmnnt aas made to secure moner through popular subscriptioaa to erect a monument in this city It was not an expensive but it was with the greatest difficulty that the sum a and at last there was a deficiency that had to be made up in way- - somewhat irregular and certaiii iv not through voluntary additions to the fund Experience has shown that if anything is to be done in the way of monuments speedy action must be taken every month thl after death ca OLD GUI MBLER Cox amendment for the total re the 10 per cent tax on State batiks was defeated Wednesday in the House by a vote Hr to 170 A viva voce vote on the Bradley bill was then taken and the bill defeated oo ical of Th st ne Tmg my Imttrior- - 00 K IT OVER ii ne rer li a earn it ovrr f- - it cr ess knows Hiougti for two come to ait v d yuu do aay it over rg I ink it UuIl miss the train to work your biair will gnn ink it OO Uith g a tax State ami our lies are respect ley can toward if a 5 this resolu Eolfowi 1 ftsfe training 3baen receive Baaonal bank BtMs question the law tax 111111011 u lying this I Democratic I in Chicago ion as cent 00 Men have gotten into such a habit of Ijctting on elections that one man offered Ut et a boy of his to a spring wagon The other man said he o the Couatitu- - v uld take the bat and then bet his wife bs Aid when im Idrec against an old horse and ed by whisky About that time a its be- - striker cbbm along and gave the two men a nod aae i wit wauper jawed dispeptic poverty stricken hump- back hxkingcuss Why dont you laugh Look pleasing and learn to tell a story Weli and when you tell it dont crack a smile yourself but let others do the laughing tell how goo you leaLaaMl about your good health and pleasure that you see then everybody will be fond of vour company But if you tell about your rheumatic pains and tooth ache head ache Wk ache and all the other aches and roar bad link and sickness in your family and bow bad your neighbors have treated you and what bad luck you have had and nearly all of it caused by your cussed meaiiess and lazzy tririling iook out there vou hl aot have any neighbors ami areryboay will shun you company If the above is a man his wife had as leave be in jail as to have him around the house but if it is a woman you will seldom lind the man at home Laugh and grow fat be a pleasure to if and everybody that is near you Â¬ You old moon eyed Democratic the 10 are attther and are It takes a man a not want to do v aim I Cholera and thing be Bracts like a not nave to All Hf as mv- - doit jamr S dea j aW mntA aiKi do some Â¬ tad does Btot 1 tar aaV - v The Democratic Convention of the aoraaoK He Was in MUch Misery I Eighth Congressional Histrict met at Died near Hutchison MreBrierl agrtli At but him try I s the court house in this place Tuesday 7i vears OF AN afternoon The attendance was unusualDied Michael Dowd a well kiowa 1 hifl X r ly large and Gov McCrean has every blacksmith reason to o proud of the enthusiastic vt m List ot near Miliersourg wiwl reception tendered him by his admiring tried for lunacy and sent to the Lixing H constituents n asylum The crowd began to gather at pm hug JHNicholsons and at L30 when Col K H iaither of a spring wagon and llli Harroiisburg mounted the judges stand foin her injuries he faced enough enthusiastic and uuter W F Tallrotts dauht r tOT tlie FuTpOSe 01 RaiSHM ami maaiaaaa ritied Democrats to till every available I frothy fell over a balustrade vhile utri nirtti tra 8 Money to Erect a School seat in the large court room while a large eomiug down stairs and broke her ollar- number were unable to procure Ttitaabkpixl Building in Richmond Mr iaither annouced that he held the Mas 6 Oahjer Geo Hills son a in proxy of Col I W Mi Kee of Ander Kentucky Wallace who was ridding on a dir cult son chairman of the district committee fell and a wheel passed over his ireat Hood an by virtue ot that proxy would call kBe it ordered bv the Members hreaking one rib and inflicting darferod I av knu -- silica the convention to order Nominations i J r Council for chairman being declared in order 1 1 r That an election be held by the Judge I A Weakley of Shelbvville and unauimouslv waa put in nomination the city nond Kentucky ea ir elected Upon taking the stand Judge ai FJ Curlev i Co shipped over tie Weakley made a brief speech in which I V I V B road this week 1300 bar he thanked the convention for the honrels of whisky to Baltimore for expo t j or it had conferred upon him At the I Vahieof the goods hipped alxur B conclusion of his address Judge For Tub Climax freight to Baltimore r nq- Hoover of Jessamine was nominated EDUCATIONAL Hit ltiw halot and unanimously elected secretary A Mrs Julia Duncan age sixty nine credit f call of the counties showed that every The following is a set of principles died recently at ber home near Poiafl county in the district was represented which underlie the lole subject of Fd- twentv Burnside She was the wife of Daviess Ti iivorv lli inL iin u a11 rIul The chair then announced the conven- iicatiiin rotler of M 8 Dwnean of tion ready for huiness whereupon Col- person they artf nriv every one axi lIui km lector has II Rodee secured the floor matic At the home of his w c vTIOjr I and Beared lhat the usual formality of w l Shields near Keene on the nnrjt appointing committees lie ctisp What is educatitor one may not I th inst M r John Miields ii P It is with stating that committees were unne lie for another rtv four years The decea eeaaarr there being but one candidate law It is an increase of power Fdn- paralajai aboal strktIxfore the convention and incidentally cation means a Icdiii r out of an old PBid years ago from which he never fully re laying a handsome tribute to the fidelity into a new life vered and ability of Mr M Creary as a Repre-Â¬ All education may grouped into sentative There being no objection knowledge of self and 1 knowledge of The Nichohisville track was never in s the committees were dispensed with surroundings or things not self Ednra- - good condition as it is this season It il when Mr Bodes then presented the fol- - tim is an agency of happiness imply as smooth as a table without a rut bun j Can there no simpler lorm be gotten lowing resolutions which he read him knowing is not adoctlion it both or hole up foi deeds and mortgages than are now knowing and doing self t t t need in Kentucky Is there not too ca Be it Resolved By the Democracy of WHY EDti VKKWO IK much superfluous verbiage in most of our the Fighth Congressional District of the Five shares of stock of Citizens deeds and mortgages Flucation helps us to know in part If so why not 1 State of Kentucky in convention a J Is a mil 001 DttBBL iods care and mightiness hence it National Beak Lancaster sold private y f eliminate it and thereby secure brevity hied here will haw to be raised m and simphcitv and thereby do away with taachcaasto love and a lore him We Mondav for fl25 per share I 1st Thiit we reaffirm our faith in and u where Â¬ so many absurd u whereases are accountable for our own igno F1 Lane the young man arrested in his r um ot 13 I adherence to the principles of the DemBy a knowledge oi things we ac- Laacaatar for forging t vo checks fores and aforcsaids A ocratic party as deeleared in the platform and ar quire a power over ahem and subject upon J Joseph A Co was re Is this short enough for Answer eai adopted by the National Democratic er y ar to ma se a nilcmg m them to our use needs yon It is a good ami complete instru Â¬ Convention HTamining trial at Chicago in June IMS valac of all things lies nt in themclvcs arming said Ids ehen ment James Hanlwick baa takes chat Lnd That we approve and endorse the Uld est A being indebted to I in the sum of 4 come due But in mans ust of them fecdi the mail line between Stoueaud Buckeye is administration of tirover Cleveland as Ian one hundred dollars due July 4th 1895 ion sha b A knowledge of things also enables us a being eminently wise just courageous now A and his wife to secure payment trd itirj precincts me city and patriotic and we applaud the Chief to protect ourselves from them and to aaa of same with interest do hereby convey EsT III Magistrate of the Nation for his earnest av id abuse of them ttween the Mr irs of T in mortgage to B lift v acres ot land de- Â¬ Irvine w ill have a local dog exhibit Knowledge of self teaches the strong efforts in behalt of tariff reform for nd4P scribe it warranted free of incumbrance lateaf strengthening the national credit rais- an weak points where to curb and la day To have and to hold same to B J ing theaUedard ol Official integrity and where to atregtben to rightly use and Tlif oltl l trass hainl of Irvine is tapim 1 forever but if said debt and interest be aaa for the purity economy and vigor of his not abuse each member and faculty rturrt anil tlirt- uviil wwm li mii S1I I lnantta i paid as stipulated then this moatgage 111 not thrive T T CO INGTul Mayor without a knowledge n the air administration Jjine th 1S4 shall hevuLV sound mind ril We trnmend and endorse the of his surriuiiVriii in C 1 TI The engagement of Mr A lieu i t ATriECer- kliuhere a sound body is the true object oi ethyea e of our Keprcsetativo in ertihcateot Clerk IBM j the Hon laaaea B McCreary and for the tkn Only by an education can we Hoke of Bardstown is annoy Pvem A I A deed duly executed in the Prtvi a Ihigh and elevated character wbieb be know and appreciate its fullness Man uuw uige win iaKe i t ti place J uitTsi itn following form the Court of Appeals iu has always borne and for the courage was loni with a thirst for knowledge He There is a crusty old bacln 2nd Danas Rep has decide com N ability patriotism and untiring industry Flucation gives us higher broader views town who is a V fcesimpie title I A B in considera Â¬ confirmed woafi of life is a duty to know It which he has always exhibited in the tion of S300 to me paid bv C D do grant and who never misses an ou n RirHMONit Kv M iu now bargain and sell to C D an his heirs House of Representative in sustaining saving something and advocating all Democratic measures No human power can force knowledge forever lot No 80 on Main Street Louisabout the fair sex 7 Ajliis is t c jrity liaA e liave lav bmilt for and for the splendid services which he in upon his mans unwilling soul he ville Ky 7th February ISO A B IIcrlHrt Ashcraft met v has rendered both to his party and coun must acquire it himself The law is that any writing which ylace of I ursine tvMaiti strc try he is entitled to the gratitude not edge is the means not the end Book thoagh not dangeroua aeca M it j T identities the parties to a contract for saw mill last Frid ns only of the Democracy of this district know ledge is only a learning to think land and describes the land so as to be j Kairiankll iv v but of the entire State and Nation guide and help to laaaililM not life- - breaking of a saw while in K lion One Kyv w identified properfar signed and executed of tlie hying pie es struck t mu ou the You may call your moun4th We hereby affirm that James I dreaming acknow ledging a sale in foa of the ven elijow and back dors right for valuable consideration is McCreary is the choice of the Democracy tain ever so long and it does not come a a good ieed oi bargain and sale however of this district to again represent it in the vou may go to it True of education iaaaj COB 1 UiUe aP CI ARK concise or summary the ianguage inav U- - Congress of the Cnited States an he is Flucation is acq ui nil by a steady paThe writing vou hold seems to The Bepublicans of this county are in FAinBAXKS M iwl hereby declared totobe the nominee of the tient hammering at the forge of life iv BaacuB represent the Fighth and you acquire thereunder if not a good Democratic party dea1 earnest in making a fight this fall All which we have not at birth and They intend to put out a full title at least the right to enaaaal the Congiessional District in the 54th ConPer JULWS ticket for w I Hi we stand in need of gress of the Inited States reader to make you such at maturing the November election J f -- olici Kb We denounce the Republican is he gift of education wigiit A farmer in Chirk county rlMnahlt wholive All great reformers inventors and disI as agent sold to B a piece of land party which by its extravagance in the at home and boards at the same pla aai a gTarantatl for C according to the terms authorized administration of the Federal govern- Â¬ coverers were educated in some way thus referred to in the Winchester Dem- Â¬ ment while recently in power its protec- Self made men are those who discover B is able to comply with the by C Th ocrat A Clark countv farmer told the terms of sale but C lefuses to make deed tive tariff policy of exorbitantly taxing their needs and aoai energy and climb Prowler this week that he had not of conveyance Can 1 and B force C to the many for the benefit of a few and its opposition till the Deeds are supplied bought a bushel of corn nor a pound of convey the land as per terms of Cs ver- unwise monetary legislation produced a And then they are pre errinentlv fitted meat for his own use since IMS He Office for a high place which they generally atbid authority to me and am I entitled to financial panic almost unparalled in the and Va ar t ir Main ami R ttl always aims to raise aa abundance of the t lili my commission on the purchase price history of the republic spread disaster tain to They are progresstve men Men M Branca otfcrtlfcleItona Wfcve two staple products Itis hardly necesand bankruptcy throughout the land who are not self made are never made to be paid by B J sary to state that he m one ot the mont A real estate agent who is aird brought dullness and distress to laAnswer prosperous and suecefuul fan lers in the BASIS OF STATE KIllC VTIOX employed to sell or dispose of the prop- bor and capital alike county 1 He denounced the policy of olietnic n erty of his principal is entitled to recover The perpetuity of any government Many of the cif zens of Rainsviilc his commission whenever lie has pro tion and delay pursued by the Bepubli- - de ends upon the just and wise admin cured a customer who is willing and ean party in both Houses of the present istration of just and equal laws by im- Indiana are never without a bottle cf able to purchase the property at the price Congress by which the repeal of un- Â¬ partial judicious rulers Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the and uKn the terms named by his princi- Â¬ just and oppressive laws has been Such laws can only be made by house fays Jacob Brown the leadiaj pal As to the riglit to force C to convey retarded and the paralysis of business wise educated law makers merchant ol the pUc- - This remedy has K tan t the laud it seems that he did not obli prolonged Ina republic any man can become proven of so much value for colds crou - J When the resolutions had been read a law maker or a ruler an executive or and whooping rough in children that few gate tumseif dodo so by a writing and Slatyrhtering J he is not bound under our statute which Mr Bodes move their adoption and tiie judiciary mothers who k iow its worth are willing rean pri vides that no action shall lie brought motion was unanimously agreed to it All have a voice in saying who may to be without it For sale by W F The chair appointed lions C H become law makers and rulers to charge any person upon any contract Powers and T S Hagan druggists L alaaai for the sale of land unless the contrrct Bodes F II iaither and J M Logan a Hence to secure proficient officers L akaeet ia Is this hot enough for vou I is a silor agreement or some memorandum or a committee to notify iov McCrearv of men with the necessary qualifications of Challiet n ly question but il you meet a man Vr Wool Chaiat wc Tml who note thereof be in writing ami Monad by his renom nation Mr Bodes asked to are needed to choose from and complains of suffering from the heat ten a vard ttyz ha broo the party to lie charged therewith or by be iiilowel to substitute in his place Mr t Intelligent voters are necessary to at frfe yard Wt to one vou will find on enquiry that h A gmxtv J W Mitchell of Jessamine county elect them his authorized agent i iard Wj does not use Avers Sarsaparitla to torv s which was done Mitchell caused a 7 Whenceit is necessary to the pur Is the finding of a jury arrived at by Uugh by connecting Mr Bodes declina- perjaty of a State to have educated citi- Â¬ up his system and free hi blood from Int m s uk os- worh i mo v t b adding together the amount awarded bv tion with the heavy rain tailing at that zens and the state tnat educates its chil- Â¬ irritating humors orth F mth Bovkan o4 f each one ami then dividing the total sum tinisdren irrespective of ciass or condition If you wnt to buy a Sulky Surrey Bug Ock aadne Shirts 2c Mn i by twelve a legal verdict iu a damage In ashot time the itmimittee returned ban adopted and is employing a sure ST or Carriage call on Donelson for he hai with Mr McCrearv who mounted the teana of self preservation JlKOK the latest best and cheapest c Answer If under such a finding it rostrum amid the thunder of applause S Ladies V eaifo becomes a quotient verdict it would uot Theovaticn was most enthusiastic and If the Training School haw were now fcwdkevMric ChildrenHose ec ANNOUNCEMENTS L rare Lj ic a rard Waiats he a legal verdict either in a damage demonstrative Soy McCieary said he in operation the schools Voetf be saved warth L 30c Pwarisi suit or any other kind of a suit where had traveled 700 miles to meet his iriemls this unjust burden of sinm teachers sio County unnonm-e-3a kai N announce the amount to be found is let to the and brother Demacrats and thank them sham in one thing sham in all things nip suieii by th casa Ladi- SliF ers up 3 for nominating him again as the Demo- Â¬ And just here I may say such teachers honest judgment of the jury This statement is based upon the legal cratic candidate for Congress iu the may lie easily known at the Institute FOR JAtlKR proposition that a verdict nndered in Eighth iiitrict of Kewncky and that them to Hiliseribe for a VILLI AI T r JMtcr subject to the pursuance of an antecedent agreement seem cold and inks at hisr ori- ate to ex teachers journal Why theyve got a J ef the jurors to accept oue twelfth of the press the intensity and another use for their draw t1fl 1 ate amount of their several esti the earnestness of h And by the way lets have a law re f r the rred upou him by Uie Demo quiring every would be teacher to either without the assent of their judg crat1 of thu ment to that sum is a quotient v a State Tr faithfully is invalid b or at least ooe BUCKEYE though the juror nude- - bond teach four sse9 of the of their sevt ss sooner d bring in th - so man ir verdict it is -Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Congress manv of fbieh had beaaea acted into laws and that if re elected he pledged the same enrage of corrviction Mae unchangiig devotion to his constituents and to lis country and the same determination p perform vigilantly all the duties requited of him that have characterized ins cot gressional life in the peat Cov McCreary briefly recounted the acts of the present Congress showing that the pledge ot he Democratic na- tional platform to cpeal the Sherman lav the Federal el ction law etc bad all bee complied vith except there- duction of the tariff which indue time would be done declared himself in favor o the income tax feat ire of the bill and gue his reasons for it His remarks were frequently applaided At the lose of the speech the con- vention adjourned when the delegates crowded up to shake nands and exchange greetings with the ineaker Ererybody seemed happy and It the feelings of the delegates are shared in any considerable degree by the Democrats of the district an overwhelming vi tory is assured in November ADJOINING COUNTIES NOTICE LECH HOODS nui Sarsaparilla TCURE four-year-o- v -- Â¬ Â¬ J lsni - r 1 -- Â¬ I -- f J t ft a hl i 1 Â¬ - - - - - J 3ZI7I 1 6niM 1 e Â¬ Book-know- l- Â¬ Â¬ ttt I 1 Sijneljl Â¬ TlMJ nuyiilic Crj Â¬ J Â¬ iL R BLANTO U Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ 1 lfcaga Â¬ f I f uCTTTTrl r Â¬ Dlog8c r ii ij If Â¬ f I w I v -- Â¬ Â¬ TABLERS JVe y INTMENT i nd ttiath 1 SURE an own 931 w aaahaiJa aaBaaa iVlw laat CT Ofn J sBKIAIH r 15 years cut r as - lEDTfor Ptl trie NE t YJH - ft I af j 5 HE E- Satoeday wan a very busv dav with the Ah liiiini nl Blaze ia Tbe Cuart lluae remarkable preachers ierhaps to be Fs namjJiJ-i-rJrrijf- l PERSONAL WMm 3frrirS MMM fttUftraJJi mglangJfi3fe ftU a merchants that K those who advertise And No lanarame found in Kentucky We refer to the anaatrxiJgfTtii mm mm Some one uncharitably attributed the MM ifSJSWJ fiwaj Rev Ken hen Smith who is now 8K years Very few people are aware that Madi4 sudden activity Col T L Hume of Irvine was Ill in shopping to the canm r and preachesal MOM point everv son couiitvs temple of justice narrowly didates barls of money opened among town last week on escaped total destruction by fire last Sunday lie never rides but walks to each jcnn ion Jo llarAjogab Jtjnt- SO lane Nucko- - oi YersaiUea is that neeearv quantity in American polThursday morning As is ivell known of disappointments and no condition of rureion to MamaWth Cave June J itics known as the floater Be that as it the guest of Mrs lUtt Stockton weather ever caused him to fail With o the County Superintendent the tl IImbm BeHe aad Umry Bennett and ot Schools and hL iiiiv trade wag brisk id umbrella luti I that of the County Judge the exception of a slight cough be is in Mr Waller lieuuett are at Kstiil Springs adjoin There is a Hue in the wall that perfect ealtb and walks with as much All hope of the Meads l Couinvee r sewers of the tag hia Hardin of Harrodabarg divides the two rooms Thy two rooms vigor as a man of torty He is a Meth- Â¬ mau ljsle that hislrenlth would improve t tnton daughter are heated with stoves and the pipe odist in faith and Uncle Reuben and have been dissipated owing to a recent uHBe little girl I of Ih L H rianton openings for each stove are in this Hue his Bible are as familiar to manv on the relapse and Mr lasle in a card to the ih on Banff W la- Dr John M Foster of Kichmoiid only the opening in the County Judges far side of the county as one of their own Winch mocrat withdraws from light came up Tuesday to see Mrs Iiliard office is four feet above the one in the family A few years since he went the Qasnjresrional race in that d cooking Water For weeks he has only been able to Potts w ho is quite ill b- Suierintendents office The stove in a meetin through the mountains of git was gone leave his room for a short time Mr Jeaae M Alverapnan accomplished the Superintendents office has been taken Kentucky and Tennessee and out and the opening tilled with paper lor a year or more during which time he f Stanford typographer as in the citv nisi a i -iniiiilxr of against which acta a hook case thus walked to each one of his appointments si w heads lug on the caiididahw pledge not to rote tor any candidate who Jd Ii LfrH Hon James B M f reary returned to hiding it noiii view The stove in the Light little Willie used whisky as a means of securing County Judges office is still in position ington liit Friday Beiass leaving Recital By Miss Caroline Barbour s Music -- igners tk- iuvalil iiiiinwf Bin votes Alvotit tweuty lii and has been a receptacle for waste Cla- kept tlie faith inviolate while others did he honored the ii vi x with a rdaaagal paper which waaaet on lire last Thursday iiug assertion that allot call Tbe second of the series of rti itals of waddin of panes that had wrt mornitur The iwverlan Anne Wallace had one very been smiled in Beta oi the pledge proved faithless I ork tbe opening in theSuper Miss Barbours class of music pupils oc- Â¬ bv the expert I attractive guest the past week Ml s to the solemn obligation is an error inteiiilents office caught from the falling curred in her school room last Moudav Lt ami day Sarah Shackelford of Kichmoud W- - sparks issuing trom the opening above evening in the presence of patrons and A citizen with a bad liver said to the sable i gnaws BsaaM apeak which set fire to the book case aud in quite a numlier of friends The room Climax Yon Might as well put in the iglit B l If Will Miss Annie Grbjsai has returned an instant it was wrapped in a vol- was well tilled Talmud as to preach through your col from Richmond where she taught at ume of tlatnes rv lime is seldom that such a delightful treat It The arrival of the progress and enterprise You can Madison Female ttlit iTiinrak Boperiatewdewt just at this stage of the as this one proved to be to conferred upon ork haa again bea ape the moss otlthis town never rea- The program was arranged tire prevented its further p ogress and an audience government building to The Ciimax deea not agree with this Mi scs Msade Mitchell and Lady Tav perhaps the destruction of the entire with exceeding good taste and if Mis Iv known A great Hake of moss waa gentleman lor of Huntington V Ya and Miss building The fire was gaining rapid Barbour hail exected an audience of i n scraped off when it was decided that Dunn critique she could not have displayed Ky are the headway when she arrived a new public school building should W Hardin of Harrodshurg at cKi iney in Kebniarv guests of Miss Julia Iliggins What is very remarkable is the matter greater skill and nicetv in the agreeable built and another btnu h will go the iiord Saturday and actti It had arrangement and apxjiutment of even Mirs Klizalicth Fairn flaiuni id Mt of insurance on the building wav when the new Oan house been insured ia two eompan es and the piece on the program The striking ele on t te in too ig comes along When the matter is prop- Sterling is attending the conimenceinent ments and real pith of each difficult ser light flannels Tl when -- lie iial DONE the- erly Well weilont ki- it will be seen that moss and is a gacat at the hospitable and insurance in one of them expired at 12 oclock on the day previous to the acci- lection rendered by the more advanced de is inigtaty kaa keen lying like fur for years in delightful home of Dr J M loyntz and T dent and in the other expired a few pupils were brought out with a proper For instance there arc the family nvTT-n-TTvthe Richmond ion io lunm importance and days prior to that It is singular that conception of their water works new railroad and other Mr J W Goto who for a long time m tv nt ot the season the dangerous blaze followed so near the hearing upon the subject without being wjg improvements boo numerous to mention was connected as sales agent with the ur arrangements r3 She had a satchel full ofrelica She also took in the Fair and aeenred a vahaable collection from tl Itit timler her an expiration of the insurane Those marred by the slightest discordancy well known and popular tinn of Idol A ant scrape off the BMH Bah carries the most valuable souvenir of all our tor whose duty is to lik after the insur evincing the attainment of that laudable William T tiriggs is a cfl r piano and organ dealers of Danii the building can not rightly lie degree of perfection acquired by earnest jet to the acti Xn Swindling SrhMae ville left last week lor Ilostoii where he -- ee annoumeo studv and practice which is the chie d of neglect It is just ineof The latest swindling scheme out is i7iXi position in the United queer happenings that will slip up on aim of the ambitious pupil Commend- Â¬ Uiug worked on the fanners Men rep If row waut to iro on tatt s Mai Scnice particularly noticeable the most alert when it is least expected able progress i nig themselves ax officers as at lemy oi nine i Prof J Clark who cm several As it is the court house didnt burn but in the advanced pupils while those who u the aaanapeeting They repreme ii vou have a gas cooking has been PrinripaJ of M it is safe to say that Somebody got a move have recently entered the class indicated sent that the State law requires vaccina- Female Institute hichinond was in on hiuisell in renewing the iisiiraiire She ar Vt an old fashioned loan r r i - with gratifying evidence of learning rapidly they DIDNT COST HER A CENT And the best 51 ii tion aud that they are sent out by the town Tuesday on a lying vit to friends of lc the seven year and becoming enthuse n fee elevating county They vaccinate their victims Mr Clark is one of the host educators in lunii rai tiir trace was killtsd by a tog art charge SO cents and skip out The vacthe States well as a most excellent gen A spirited trio for two pianos e J C A Leppclman Secretary of the Spanish cine virus quills left at several places plete Portfolio of Sixteen Views tleman He has been offered the prin Toledo Bump Co W I Dtttenhaver And with each purchase aaaoanting to 200 reeeii Bances the first piece on the pro- Â¬ have liaen examined and the matter von desire to have a penuij cipalship of the new public school at Cashier of the First National Bank of gram was charmingly and ably renOpposed to In virus is nothing more sit means p Kiehinond with a large increase over Hicksville and J M Aineworth a dered lv Misses Crow and Barbour than worthless paste The seheme is Maaaaaoth Gave ool his former salarv at M F I II farmer of Hicksville arrived in Miss Crow is an advanced pupil and winner and the men Working it are takRichmond Sunday night Their mission her playing is captivating ing e them They put up arlev says since he A duet waltz was recited bv handled a desirable ioint at which to a ver and even the Tar INirtors - and hardware establish a pump factory and they are some Master Elliott Smith son of r A t might be victitni The Kentucky Medical Society com investigating in town he caunot Richmond with that view W Smith and Miss Barbour It is a pleted its program and adjourned Friday They mean business and all business lieariii they ask in pretty composition an wits well played Tlie collection of photographs contained in our portfolios excels anything ever produced by a camera Thev SIMPLY evening June 8th with a grand banquet the way of encoura k for business seems a little einelit is verv rea- by the vontbful performer and ids in- for t the A K that will pro A I I UhiMS a ht actor n men t tor any library and a justices of the given by the citizens of Shelbyville sonable considering the amount of capital structress Master Elliott who is only xtter on the whole though the imprnve- - The following officers were ntv oflii ers fot ideil tin attractive to the -- t crowdsof invaluable Our portfolios contain all thai was elected they propose to invest in the plant lo years old entered Miss Bariums I i i i i tit is not great ii Moreover it is itn- m a do ie i ie ills u tin milium itiv i e jn oi u OIIHU- - ine i in- kuiii m size andi iiui in e i i milium- - me iii m J V Marvin of Louisville President Thev require as a Uuius a lot for the fac- school last Match His progress is truly suish iH tween mere photographfl each every one worth a dollar bill we also distribute to our customers ii HN R STt IDA C W Aitkin of Hen ingsbnrgj tory and live thousand dollars in live remarkable considering hi S t of orders canceled for want PORTFOLIOS OF PHOTOGRAPHS illustrating and describing all the world and all tl ting in Vice President itch from McKinnev A solo by Miss Katie Smith was highly negotiable notes of one thousand dollars fuel unit s and the new bns- i itieand their must interesting features all the natural beauties and the noted works of art Call at John F raughnian of Flat Licl V each maturing in one to five years appreciated by the audience hicli works areaaxional We also want to show you some Art Albums night by Al V and Vice 1resident The beautiful luet Storing Flowers They propaaa to put twenty thousand heavv i the latter e Bailey of Stanford Secretary dollars against what they require of the y Miss Mora Perkins and Miss Barbour gataia aatd it is not entire J i Kiiitiaird of r Trasnrer citv and on this basis commence oK ra was greatly admired iforting t oi del- tide have Frank Boyd of Padocali Librarian i Tbe otisolation timis The city no doobt would offer a k Ii riat are able to till of Censors W W Kichman of able exemption from taxation for Etude by Miss Crow is an exceeding- Â¬ I1UIIH Tin have not ended 1 ville flintoii W L HiiK ly difficult composition but she was a certain term of years which of tl CM ti there n that f Stantoo would be the proper thing equal to tbe task of going through with at a partial settlement is near ten llanulsburg was selected a the place oilier will ret v These gentlemen have visited other it creditably aider arms in a belt oi It ilepeinls enttrelv upon where von irel it Ifa reputable house reputable j - hurling of the next meeting and the physicians id tin- man w A duet is a Speihnan Stand hen siitts in Kentucky prospecting for a hatching all the way from the At- it t price lower thm any other house sells t thats a BARGAIN To day of Mercer county were appointed as a location but they think Richmond offer tor brilliant selection and was well rendered the Ma and in several tical definition of the word BARGAIN arp look s with power advantages than any place they by Missed Letcher and Barbour id the iuterrtip- to choose their u i The audience appreciated the seventh have visited tdustrv and commerce in Iirs livntz and city by Miss Merritte Jones The factory will employ one hundred selecti - who en if the Martin and N o by Mii s Addie Maupin Perhaps a buyer number and a operators Over - of the rates i lereas ireat lay ty attended the convention Miss Maupin is an advanced pupil and is than that will be required otliic tlit in at Mow it is with the citizens of neapefall and here i T V inmenceinent Wodnesdav A Dollar That Went His Wrin Way mond whether or not this laudableRich- Â¬- devote to music as her ability plainly attests proDress Patt All Wool I f Judge Chenaiit n nd Mazurka op 34 was well per- Â¬ Novelty Biudcre Dress Patterns that all things 7 ur Little I D ot B - position Novelty Patterns at to to jj 50 we have neve cial duties las h to a lered it is a golden opportunity to formed by Miss Lettte Crow I Army of the PotOBaac and It was conceded by many that tbe duo ward in pro ji ess It is take ast ic by the Her band unite in nnirri We have a Novelty Dresi i m s t c per j ur the nianu- tin Ferry Abner Young and Mary F - larger and c An not necessary to pn scnt any argument for two pianos Caprice Hoogreiae by Our line ot D in ever i ton iuspecii will mvince vou Mis es Man in and Jasksen was Uitt in fatitan luring erterpi of Saturday shal who were auxioiislv wiiUag t c will bu Our line ot Yisli Goods embraces everything that is new an go id such ore u the qieMion know a little u - if advancing the materia Im gem of the entertainment It is a grand June a Ducking for Suits 15c per vara Pel Is matrimony i failure by actual ex - in the parity and devdupmenl Haccatot composition full of life and was ren c June Dimities Gingham seritioi iichision of tl1 and Madison ceanty Even thinking dered well The ascending bass break ac per yard still burs Aaaoakeag and Lane mnch 24th Blue Cain citizen who has the w Ware of the town ing out at regular intervals was thrilling v viii icai iine -- Mh Id Imic Whats j ami section cinse to nun is well aware imimi hum iik audience quickly c liiiiivefv i Societies Tin Oh well whatever you tlmt thene importaut facfi I June Ilitli eded I the pteawaj variation So You Vant to Ste Oar Sac Do You Xeed Any Hosiery c anil oOc Line Thev arc ork v t 1TIW1 I always turn this over to the old -anl thev irust i iine iuret other lettons a duet hv ork- - pay nt Christian I lie the nicest It is earnestly 1iiih ens In- - tab V oiie week following lady that these would Misses 1erkins anl bm iliiets bv Jmm But the newly made benedict errone- - be beneficiaries of the com unuity will Misses Smith and Harbour Xoct ible study Mmdav rkel for manv We have coiuiiii iiat the Judge meant meet with every eiieouraeineiit they ile by Miss Jackson and a duo bj school Ga paration for pn try them tiie fee to his bonny bride and serve and that they will not be allowed Crow and Harbour concluded the recital eminent men of ah at The audience voted the entertainment with extreme delight iction to depart fromoor miilst to seek other 2 V wis vicinity Bay your goods at HJ S Get ajob in the mint a brilliant success and manife banded over a dollar to her and respoiid- - ami aihaW more congenial oiiit ru L it the The latter is tlie surest safest anl most nleasin wav all el Every pnblic pirited eitizeii should take preciati m in freipient applause and in Jlp Others lr Iovnt xt Tuesday Thank yer ledge Ive made it aqnar tiiis matter aoder careful ami serious numerous Moral offerings paper iil cure board at low r ad bv Tr If you want a good suit of clothes for 17 u Btreng baa them w isnt L onaiduration ibjeet Tiiese e Function all former witli the old lady Now Mary suit of clothes for If you want a Streng has them that gixvl in the Jedgje Lets go home CORRESPONDENCE occaaions If you want a gool sent of clothe- - for Strenc has them IVrtifirates iranteil And they hurried off And tl llrsth sf Mr Lrrs Terry anatomy If you want a good suit of clwthes for c brown hurried off too without stopping to exot teachers nil At the examination VVIIKV VIKW uhlir in tl you a If yon want a niirf negligee shirt for Mrs Minerva T i viot have m formerly But he looked as if some- Friday and Saturday June let and Sad the late plain matters A vou ii Terry dk shirt 1 Mr Herbert Boston says he is Unck If yon want anio what we have jS Ue reaideni tilains thing hail hit him the following named teachers paaeeda - iitin W t etcher sunlay 25 Herb BOW h is a real her If you want a nice negligee shirt on want to fool killer happened to be oat of rihl examination and aacored certiii U B the We arc headquarters for ha BaaHe wav in hats xhibition of morning June Bora to the wife oi Harry II Ponton oclock town that day eates with the ajradea aa indicated Ki Funeral at tin lv afur Section 133 ot the Bebeol Law sets on Tune sth a son Tup K N iV K Ii K Ordered liy lud e noon at 4 oclock a lt m ilt forth that A county certiticate of the Born to the wife of Win Spurlock on tHisI Ipaag ixinston ltK hnijiid Cemetery Harr To Be Sidd in Septentlier lirst elajjs shall require an average trratle June HUh a son fiiM the 8hi Judge of eighty five At Louisville Saturday last or twenty- ted opera rmm ier cent am ijmhi all the Masters e Parkins three years wasatflich eiimatism Birr in the United States Court ordered Bubjecta of the roaimon acbool course tions at their distillery on the Sth inst her house of a malignant form whole the Bichmond Nicholasville Irvine and anil ujujii the science ami art of reaching thr diout the de- - peril al of tier illui Heavy rains in this vicinity last walked Beattyville road to be sold at public auc ami the lowest grade in any anbject shall best ami cheapest we hae ever baadled ami we way dowo in price Wednesday Considerable damage to iv50 not even with the aid o For tion He fixed the upset price at not be less than sixty five per centum Con at our line we have monev savers for oa MH rthirty years she v which is about f009 jier mile The A county certificate of the second class corn ernpa by wash outs 4 ind er of the Mattie Barr Una Jennie Howard of Lexington time for the sale is not vet decided It shall require an average grade of seventy Mti P Ihike Christian I lurch in every liranch and if you will The prieesare -- ter will Our stock this seas od f lea in the will probably lie in September five er centum and the lowest grade is visiti ir her aunt Mrs John Howe of ie 7th Elder native of Madison and W llardimr perfai ing t them for in your life Come ami see us we are the money saver less money than vot The case in which the sale was ordered on any anbject shall not be less than this place She will remain about a country nearly all her li the cere week before she returns home Fiar is that of the Central Trust Company of fifty five per centum A county utie liav nany friends daughter oi Johu Stejih n New York Many Louisville people children survive her acquaintance jo Elzie Berkins member of the firm of L of the third clas i shah require an CruUher Mrs N T Tribb A SJielhy interested average srraile of sixty five per centum Masteis vV 1erkins applied for a license rffcLl Wini hei4er Demo thinks that county John S Terrv In the same case Judge Barr made an and the lowest grade on any subject shal to retail whisky uear what is known as Ma lisoa ill ie vears Uiore hmonds pub- county aud Joseph Terry It was that alwut three miles Backwoods Qkla- - important ruling the not be less tlan fifty jer centum mnddV can ieard tip bonis will get no interest on lein Mrs W H nadglll fiMI Avire llstciss irom here and they were granted him kaaand is fnllv eatiab of straigbten- claims irom the time of the work but W H Badger For twenty three 85 1st Hev Mr Delay preached at Bethel ut this little trist 1 if yon dont pain Mrs Terrv bo W 1st mm w ill get interest irom the time of the de Â¬ Walter Dean Christian Church to an unusually large ive it ust wait few old see ings with that christian fort i tfcit cree Contractors under the subconI4 1st Wm S rifntli Sunday congregation The Sunday tractors will get no lien at all very few have ever w itne 7 i t Jas II Edwards school it that place is progressing finely ha ompleted the The K N LA B Railroad begins at lames Black SI Ld the fifth under the management of B H Masters 53 n tl fioancial re- iratlsatia tU- XrPf S Versailles and ends at Beattyville The Susie Hazel wood - irritt who is an exemplary young man nl T day 10 a in Commem and training i rriiarfv ale will be made at Versailles and Judge Hallie Walker 83 M Kuists- Miss Hattie Taylors school at Millers is a pamphlet cises w ill lje held at Central Barr appointed a commissioner to sell li V Bcaddar as ist pages anaagV school honse dosed last Friday with ap graphical There are twenty two gradual property I am going to fiht it out on the line ot D P Black it ion is crelitabr i at and attract- - largest in the history of the Im propriate exercises by her school in rec- - Ierry of Koxtown and Mr lose Caldto After the sale is male the many claim 76 LM lottie Ward The graduates are itatations and readings She is an ami- well of Kxcelsior Springs Mo were the low prices fir t last and all the til Fholhrs will gel their money which they IVlle S Lykin Sli 1st Week I Sat unlay and Sunday of Mr and Come and see me EL able young lady and we hope she may iuulack liming from a rdl rens picnic at have been waiting foi so tony The total Carrie Bush 86 Id get tlie tall school at same Mrs Joe Ktnbry T L Haman le ante to fxtugton hair r inibi Satoniav An elegant new Chickcriiig Piano lor i tie unit of claims allowed under Judge Hansford I arris 83 2d The Waco Pall Club and the Colyer S 11 Caruthers place 1 Willie Cha sale Apply at this office - lulitig will amount to about r ten li si 9d Hat tie L Taylor Ball Club crossed baU here Saturdav and J l Ward Rev Mr Crow filled his appointment Iwas run over by le tric car and Margaret S Tudor the latter won by a score of i to 19 The J J TTllliaL Lost Â¬ II at this place Sunday morning and Sun fromSe car and the Mary Morrow of the game were the pitching of A small gold umbrella handle marked Trouble Aliead J B Russell day afternoon and the attendance to features passed over hi body cutting it ieoigia B 1owell Alams of the Waco club and Collins i Leave same with C D Chen F C C L Xotirse hear Mr Crow is gaining at every preachfhe attention of the Climax has been Nettie Bwrdett in twain 82 Ld ault and receive liberal reward iroves and again recently directel to a ing He is an earnest young mau and of the Colyer club kl M Spotswood 78 iM Ni ri Burdett Uxington Kv J W Kcuddcr al annoyance with which resi ia The Ladies the church will no doubt prosper under iglit ont a sons musk by Harry 88 ad dirUS of Fir- re sorely afflicted Jennie Robe I Bainl The pleasant effect and perfect safety I do not sell one article very lo his pastoral charge and ton entitti H H S ago the Citv Council loreed Emma Henderson with which ladies may use the California make it up on something else I sell I T T T anddedicst idh Mary Berry J H sbackellord laxative piianswho lived on that street to Saliie House Syrup of Figs under all thing at a low price Week I WACO WE HAVE EVER HAD i V J IV House 1IICVUU 1J K Blanford conditions makes it their favorite rem Uv their ileus and move to other lo-- Edwin 1 ing and is aire v luucn Bought Racimo means Cigars without eq House Mr Clint Ellison of the Big Sandy A 1 the very heart of the edv To get the true and genuine arq ad nularrtage Carrie Stapp spent Sunday in our midst W W Kentiey rj t iie mandates of the If you want a dinner good enoug for ticle look for the name of the California mt 78 2d M V Taylor has located here with his Fi R E Ijir English an ex ienced and a hem a nuisance that Nettie Whitaker Syrup Co piinted near the bottom an editor for 35 cents go to Weeks The LATEST STYLES AND PRETTIEST GOODJ 76 3d Mitchell A McKiirern side show and is ready to please custont- - of the package editors have tried it rOBJ nMli has been yawed would spring up Hallie Of the tweiitv eight teachers who re- Â¬ J Harry Heudren habitues of these dens w tei She and Your dealer sells Racimo Cigars firs Excursion to Manmota Cave AT PRICES THAT WILL Mis Estill Walker asaj ivwyr that the nynipths ceived certificates -- seveu were same Tle Misses Pattison of Titusville are Under the auspices of the Christian seventeen second class and four third- Miss Kusnell Letcher Week leads while his competitor fol- Â¬ i the charming guests of Miss Nannie tx parts stiil visit First nurse Womens Board of Missions special cara Jul- tieO Walker bail by applying A iie Superin- and intrude up- - cliss Ties is humiliating to his 10m low Hume will leave Richmond on the K C Ry U the Infirm ctalile citizens REI10I0US - Ida Cobb Terms 10 on left on Monday for a a Wednesday morning June loth at pctitors but they cant help it wherealxmts f r ek 4 e xtenced visit lo her sister iu Nashville six oclock for the benefit of those who Kxcsrsion to Ilarmsati Two fiatt Kuruisliwl Rooms Rev J I Wills wiirhegut a series of Xenneasee iilet ha irillite Our Parasols ami Fas are the Prkttifst o visit ont of the worlds wonders Upstairs in good n lit lady members t 4sde Church The si wi h or Temnlar of R meetioed next Saturday at Viena Bev t e l uctit of Mii Pearl Deatherage entertained her Fare for round trip including hotel and without board for tent at pjierfor rate Z W Bigg of Winchester will till Bar k Co nmanderv No to will run fiieiidn last Saturday evening at a strawexcept dinner goirg and return- - Apply at Climax office K in from Pari ury and are Wills regular appointments at Union OUR FANCY GOODS DtT ketiirniiig will arrive at Rich- i aru stieruet rai g aM other di insulting lan- - Vle Jl ll tiirl liliirlui 1111 SmuIh- - berry iwppur Cumberland Gap anp IHMll lllllll il 11111111 You cant at S oclock the following Friday Mesurs Bright and Bwinehoard of Bt reaaon- Harroirat Tenn rime lolh without fail Sun aul chil- - iu the morning and at Hi will compel vu to i county were the gi se in I vrirei invited to i at 4 oclock ioJv cordiallv day afternoon irapld trade Week ily of lulge Hislelast Sunday d g ind Am help a dt iithtfu outinir Dont fail to take Uitaa me time ago I was troubled wtith Kt Kev T U Dudlej is delivering his Dr 0 Christ in and see the wond- - i Mire entitled The Hi for Hot Springs in the In Alse i and was c imry throughout the diivese He iie ocncaeies anu ait strength from hi lot many of my snr eating line are to be bad at to try the remedy a Worlds GC L1MAX Jjj Print btSCLcred Jy onPtpc I Â¬ m m s ra a rajsraj ImSmImmem WSmmSmrr jmmmmmnmwmmanmmiu Â¬ Â¬ DID I m GO TO THE Nl i aw FROM RICHMOND nts - f h Â¬ r m i 1 nf aai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i toj f at PL a isa irrHi lii l 1 Â¬ m Portfolio of Photographs i of the Worlds Fair - Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ - HEUBIT J STEZ1 Â¬ i Â¬ 1 M 1 FREE ritlUKlAL tllsruKl - 1 s - rWLn - I i I I I f RARE BARGAINS Turn Price Tells Much f WHATS A BARGAIN Gods IP l m Dress i ftumtin Everything c I -- If i 1 at Price I TWO WAYS OF MAKING MONEY 1 1 fr 1 t2 4 I aa i Â¬ son-in-la- atll 1 m i Â¬ CAR sow zebie I i TS RUGS OR MATTINGS riht iroxj zfzcssid - - F i 1 1 r 1 Â¬ 1 A iU 11 KlCXZlvd DjTJD7 JSTRENG ptilpJa i I rnTrpJlrff giriMiTisiarr1 Â¬ H airaantiantiJi PtZ J2jthc Â¬ E 1 WHTE GIBS0f cd-0- DONT FORGET Â¬ 1 tie WE HAVE THE LARGEST SPKNI STOCK Â¬ 1 m CCOVIIIE JL3rjD LCCSI- - I Â¬ a- - 4 1 -- lo X I NrVHII1 Ml mmB UllHS IfovSa has s A p 7 1f Smv I R JjgJ Print Youll be burned Oh no sir Ill show you how mistake The child dipped up some ashes fro u u are a good subject ign that y nothing not the grate and placed them in the Belfor mi lowed palm of her left hand Thtn with the tongs she laid two- burnitg have that on now night shirt for coals on top of the little heap of ashes and you set under my other shirt Then she bowed smiled and went out that dre ng the coals unharmed a bag hotels hack Ken porters am Well well said the man of scien se everybody irould charge me double Here Ive Inen studyit g what they do now Ive got too much to himself natural philosophy forty years and H open to common sense ii HI had the wit to do that Be seemed satisfied with high prices Whether he ever repeated the experien me thl himself after b ment on his own account we are not As I crawled into my berth tion told but if young readers are tempted wondered for what with five hundred thousand dollars to do so we should advise caution I eat KT CENTRAL IT PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHTSICIAKS D J I ASH HAH II lKiMitlATUlsT M IVORY - A HE HAD THEM DEAD Clee r Little Poker Yarn with E GRASS ROUTE and Qukkest Route from Central tacky to AH Point Noitn South Richmond rhr Kin nt ky j pec34- - M and South west Through daily train service between Cincin- ati MiddlesborcHih Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Point on DR II KlCHMoNI Hfisc in lh U GIBSON I fejy OAP wlCCO PUCE FOR CLOTHES THC PROCTER OAMBLE CO CINTT PHY8K V I XD SURGEON - - Kl MICKY and 20 Sc LN Srafaato I R R 1st 1894 A room WL A II STEWART ran HMD iliri r i xn Mi n1m - Elect Jan i a 44 r - KKNT1TKY Q1 sr Noa BOlTTH BtHKl rhlT rbaking assec sic Main Ki Kx tSnn DR O Lxe Arr Ar- Vf A- KENNEDY JHVsjciaX AN9SUMGMON A - A 1 xiimoi - u r ir n Richmond TO am am a Kimtikv N 04 Main Street up - P stairs Office in Smith KuiWing Once heur- - DR mi m GJ BALES H - IHYSKIAX AXD mVBQlBN Kkxtiikv II ItttU OrrtcR CoUtHS Knildtns front room up stain 3- KcMiienre No 317 West Mam Street ILAGKSMITHING I am prepare In do nil kinds of unrk in my line ami solicit your custom WP jaeBBsl a m A i K AULTZ - M I BUGGtra SURGEON KKMICKY 18- - i insiijAS m rnslig 300 a m asi M WAGONS HARVESTING and MOWING MACHINES S 4 am m RICHMOND a m Daily and other uiacbirerv repairel neatly Ooii work and ami OrFICE Collins Kuildin Mam Street I IKHisK H No 2 Ii W BRIGHT IAX - miokim A SIM I AITY Dally k Daily 700 am p m 7 N 4 Ill Ys Kkhmono ataaooas of A WD SVMQ EON - - Kkmkky Main St ii Land a a oca m a m icr IrtSmiit ttcniioii gn Special trx 3- - s H x tauaet and fluids of the human a r 11305 p m iiuopml 7 7 p nil DR CLARENCE V AUGHT rRjtH M IC4 - the services of Nick as one of the fatal workmen in this n ihe yrar me a suisfact on guaranteed trial 1 Ciinei lust ami Waier sireels s 4 I have erL age White recognized vt tve Ilill B BJ Mnliriiu iihil Sunk ru kKNIlCkY - - OrrisE 28 n n Mail airs jv- - jopm DR JOHN RlHVoM M POSTER - Stoves Shackelford llandie the liest -- pmrsicax and surgeon - Kknthky 3- Gentry m pm OrFica i7 Mun Srci actwcca Seoaad and irr ts up sirs rt sjdcDcc at corner Mum and 1 atr Cteak Avenue 1R C SMITH KY STOVKS in the world They have various ies Hj lea ami aaaaes at low ngurcs s U LE BRANCH Xi Ex sinn 700 am Kx 13 PHYHKIAS AM SCRGEOX Richmond Kknh Dally K Sim At Residence on Kiflh Street I GRATES SHACKELFORD V DR T 3 7 31 JAYLOK M 10 pm p fitiont r tu tlicim - S Rkhmom 6 - - Kkmukv Veaujers eet stock all size- - and styles nit amn1 tin your coa through ioti a new GENTRY keen ir of GRATES -- get o pm Office on Second - KUlXli No ii I Kx Sun KxSun - ally HAS HOOKEK YETERISAMY SURGEON tge YCUR HGC7 LZAKS You must have it pro 306 pm - Im SHACKELFORD lighi menel or a iew roof S GENTRY car do it v - TMoltK a Agt ATT0H17STS GUMS AND AMMUNITION made Ky W It Cm- - SHACKELFORD to - JA lint ATTOUSEY AT LAW Richmond Kenitckv 4 Haass foi oricr GENERAI LINE OF liAK AN1 A AVAKl- - 1 N I B R R RY W 1 NORTHS STEXOGRAPHES I Oficc with S 1 Parmfc Attorney - ime Table No 19 In Ef Ukhmind Coutl at of SEiCEELFOEHMITil r f k fect April 4 i8gA Nil No kkhi and crneral STEPHEN Ik Son M D - PARR1SH AT LAW - ATTlMy Richmond A M A 8 35 10 10 I 1 u 1 55 ao 10 3 5 I I I j No j out for cash U what we will i af ri irt and FOR CASH ONLY ter Pateri Caveats Tride ICarka DatijpM Etc as his is the only a to do business uc KefMirt a boa Free of ces hi ing I ii nrp ierms 10 per ciii tor iWfirt- applying for a patent wute me cash as follows HEAL rper bushel cTU BRECK 60 -- Kentucky FIRE 2 I 7 - - I r u 3 30 I A M ATTOllSEY AT LAW Richmond - - Kimukv No - t tlffire up iron stairway at Crooks corner Main nc secona streets I A MUafWW ATTOMttEY AT LAW - l N i 530 8 - RiciIMuND K - KEMTJBCXV 106 Main Slrect up taias at V 5 C S Ru POWELL - AtTQRKEY AT LAW HMoND Rknucky Water K BEST PATENT FLOUR SECOND BEST LARD SYRUP per ei pounds GRAN SltiAR A RBI OrFLE tsrM TEA I CORN x TOMATOES PEARS APRICOTS TABLE lKWIICS PIB PEACHES Ri CHEESE CRACKKRS CJO to 35 - I Everthinjj else kept in a first class gro ld at proportionate low price- - tp 1 Second Street Supcrintem Office same as RichmUmi Liytn Cos 3- on - NO MORE CREDIT WITH US W H ADAMS R VT AIIlIlI in Bright LKIORN RnilTF I M II W V tB I ATTOIXyY AT LAW Richmond Kentccky Office WATTS X SHEARER Cheap Cash Grocers opposile Ml u 4 41 Bonani building aoTTJtain Street up - DENTAL STCGEBT WELBT W BDRGEN RlCHMOND Off e mstm ChcaamaT gtM ery iSEND 6 Second 4S KENTLCKV No ti DM1DLAHD - DR A WILKES SMITH DEXTAL 8CMGEOS Richmond Kknucky Ornc c Smilli building Main Street 00 to 13 M 100 to 4 I M mTPractice limited to dentistry Office 3 FIFTY unis FOR A THlat MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO TMC z30pnf605rn tut 8 AVATES I i 1- 3 P mjn m m 4 5 Kiia 05 a m 2u a a at m MORGAN Richmond Bank - YATI JKXTISI KmmTOCKT over ationa Louisville Times -TM 3 Lear Am 00a m y 5pa P m 7 BRIGHTEST ANO BEST AFTERNOON in the south rnn 75 p m Ornc Main Street 1 C D I 25 pm 7 jopM P A r I BEKCAWG MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN OOALI1 t Market Quotations st State News All the Local New Complete Press Reports CIRCULATION IN THE SOOTH wabiS vermifuge Has fed EVEIV IttUSi aXM 0000 Or AND OVER DAILY WHITES CRUK CENTS A MONTH 5500 va rO a Year by Hall mmta A HALDlMANBus Manager RTH A 9i sjtE edies aSTal TEED L4KH6VILLE KENTUCKY SOLD Aaa1 PiirH Kirnianaox arsirr J nW a Bl if C CORNER THE LOOK HERE SALOON Here 1 am with the vei tl and seated on the corner of Firet and lr- streets The hate 14 year old An- - Young men ought cot to play poker or oltl men for that matter at any timo and when poker is pluyed in business hours the- heinonsness of the act is flaiTnut So saysthf Nest York Preoa when Warren Elliott WeldoB railway of the Wilrainptoti came unexpectedly upon a primp of his yrranir iuon playitifr poker with coffee leans for chips tin- other day he accepted their explanation that there was co work on hand and the game was just for amusement At some remot period of his existence Mr Elliott had been initiated into the intricacies of the game and so be drew up a chair and watched it with inter- Â¬ est Each yountr man had iu front of him a pile of coffee beans which as they were careful to explain to the president were of no value whatever As 11 matter of fact they had li n bought of the banker for t wcnty five cents each The president of the road watched the game with mild interest and from time to time absently helped himself to a pinch of Nans from the different piles on the table ing then vith the indifferent air of a MISTAKEN IDEAS OF SIBERIA man who knew that unground coffee was only forty cent a pound The an- - It Has m Vast Extent of Arable land ami rent Mineral tVexlth guish of the young men who saw their A B Miller a gentleman who was was poignant lmt chips melt awn noliody dared to explain When the to accompany a party to Russia on a president had consumed all the beans scientific expedition in speaking of In sight he said good night in the most the country w hich his party was about Siberia is affable way anil went off with an inno- to visit had this to say cent smile on his rosy cheerful face popularly supposed to be a barren The gentleman who kept the bank and waste extending from the frozen had no chips to redeem is now a warm ocean on the north to the sands of the Oobi desert on the south lint this admirer of the president popular impression is altogether EVERLASTING CLUB THE wrong Exclusive of the timber region An Odd Organization That Continued In of the north alid the deserts of Turkestan Russia in Asia contains an Beaahin the Year Around area of fire million square miles of Addison in one of his paper Berthed the Everlasting club It con land suitable for agricultural or pasisted of a hundred members who di toral pursuits The population numvided the whole twenty four hours bers nearly eighteeu million and a long them In such a manner that the there arc several cities which p club sat ilay and night from one end of over lift y thousand inhabitants The the year to another no party presum- agricultural products exported which ing to rise until they were relieved by constitute only a very small part of those who were in course to waaceed the whole are valued at an avt rage of liy this means a memlnr of the twenty million dollars a year The Everlasting club never wanted com Â¬ output of mo mines exported is en pany for though he was not upon duty tered at upward of twenty million dolhimself he was sure to liud some who lars annually and the furs fish Were so that if he were disposed to and other products that coin- into take a whet a nooning an evenings European Russia from Silnsria are draught or a bottle after midnight he worth from five million to six million went to the club and found a knot of dollars It was for the purpose of de Â¬ It was a maxim veloping this vast territory and enfriends to his mind in this clnb that the steward never couraging immigration thither that died for as they succeeded one another the government of the czar has underby way of rotation no mar was to quit taken to expend thirt- million dollars the great elbow chair which stood at upon the railway mentioned which the upper end of the table till his avo Â¬ will lie over four thousand miles long and will connect the lilack sea and the ir was In readiness to till it insomuch that there had not been a sede Baltic with Viadivostock on the sea of This Japan It is not expected that the vncante iu the memory of man club was instituted alnint the middle railway will pay expenses of operation for some years to come but it will of the English civil wnrs anil con tinued without interruption until the doubtless be an important factor in time of the great London tire in MM the shifting of existing trade r The steward at that time maintained and it will certainly open up a new bis post till he had liked to have been and productive continent to settlementblown up with a neighboring house and would not leave the chair at last Remarkable Leap of a Horse until be had emptied all the bottles on One of the most ren leaps the table and received repeated di ever recorded as having been made by Erom the club to withdraw r a horse was that by Chandler an Eng himself lish steeplechaser while running in NAME STONES FROM HEAVEN the Leamington Cup at Warwick in W7 BelPe Life of March 88 A strunge Superat itton of the Mohani- records it as follows Chandler was BamaamBaai following there being two other speak of the de The Mohammedans and riders leading At the brook Chan-loin and Oomorrah m Btrucl dlersrilerexpeeted that trouble would the falling of the red hot D im Sure Till y say that when Lot had stones enough made a dead failure of his attempt to with 01 e they all piled txp together and monstrous leap be cleared the God sent tia convert the S and the flounder After hriel and two other angels to destroy them tiabriel was directed to creep careful asmeasurement it was put on record being a leap of exaetlj thir under the foundations of the wicked ty nine leeu and then hy suddmly cities form lift the cities high In Marrlsfre Not a Failure the air and let them fall to the earth The country bride and bridegroom In ruins After this great overthrow with clothing crackingly new w God showered so the Koran says v b 11 1 in hand down the down upon them hot burnings hotel dinfag rOfAn two souls with but On a single baked in furnaces of hell th blindly oblivious each stone the name of aonae guilty one to all taings else but each was written and on him it felL In a cri rtt luinnr eni th of oi other in this its like manner all who were out of the crowded on one chair be fondly fed cities at the time of the overthrow her as rlie parent bird its little chick One Sodomite who were destrojed Darling he murmnrimrlv eh chanced to be in the temple at Mecca v shall I skin ye at the time his city was orerttaken deary she gargleda pertater alreauj e one -semi historical akun with the dreadful catastrophe resolved to remain in the HE LITTLE TERROR sacred edifice the Mohammed wfts Hour Knby Amiwl It elf anJ Others on claim that the temple at Mi that no harm built by Abraham a the Street I ir can possibly Vcfall it or anyone within It was a very cunning little child mciosures untl the crimes just beginning to talk aajra the New its u nie he had committed should lie forYork Herald and its mother manipugotten He remained there forty years lated it so as to show its sweetness to piously praying and keeping fast days the best advantage for the rest of the but no sooner did he leave its holy paaaeugers The lady who sat bee bin shelter that he was struck down and the mother on the cross seat of the car killed by one of the burning uame smiled at it the woman opposite s tones chirped at it the man across the let it play with his cane Amid all Aiitestli iic in Sorcery these attentions the little one crowed The introduction of nntethetlcs and laughed and squirmed around in marked a great era in the progre surgery Before the effects of chloro- Â¬ the very ecstasy of pleasure Every now and then however the form and ether were known it was the great object of the surgton to operate child turned toward the lady next to it rapidly so as to keep the patient in and regarded her with fixed admirapain as little time as possible Xo tion Finally it put out its chubby time was wasted in deliberation and nand and cautiously felt her nose Then everv the knife and saw were used without through her veil looked at the nos and saw that it was stopping to check the flow of IiIixmI But that has all been changed Now very red Con this observa the patient breathes in the vapor of an tion the woman with the nose got red anesthetic for a few minutes and cheeks and a red neck The nose in sinking into a deep skep lies a mo- Â¬ the neantine lighted up like a beacon tionless unconscious body upon which greatly to the delight of the baby who the operator can work carefully and grabbed at it under the Impression deliberately He knows that he is evidently that the nose had been col causing no pain and can take all the ored up for its especial enjo ment Pltty cried the child trying at time necessary to make the careful ex Â¬ plorations and carry out the numerous the same time to take hold of the precautions which are now known to nose be necessary to secure the best results The unfeeling man with whose cane the baby had been playing grinned as The Fate o Discoverers he picked up the discarded stick and Discover what will destroy life the mother tried to choke the baby off Buiwer Lytton and you are a withkisscs Tile other women smiled great man what will prolong it and sweetly -- all but the woman with tin you are an impostor Ii cover some red nose She wa t mid ntghto bite invention in machinery that will make th childs head off Hut the little in the rich more rich and the poor more at began to pinch it s mothers poor and they will build you a statue nose and make a mental comparison Discover some mystery in art that will between that organ and the nose shin equalize physical disparities and they ing through tbe veil This will pull down their own houses to taiolyodious But the closer the instone you fant studied the two noses the more satisfied it appeared to be that the red TRIALS OF A TICKET MAN nose was the prettiest and lie Can Endure All Bnt the Questions of sirable Si it playfull red nose once more to People Who Never Travel ds- A prominent Pittsburgh passenger cornfiture of the owner of the nose and agent in a conversation with tin the owner of the baby At that point gave a few interesting facts relative to the woman with the no and the everyday experience of the av- Â¬ made for the door tae baby began to erage city passenger man which those yell with diaWppolHtment and the spectators laughed merrily not directly connected with the business know nothing alxirL He s A PENURIOUS RICH MAN It is a singular fact the number of people who visit our office daily and Traveled Without Hnijatr ant DM t the curious questions they ask with reWish a Iter h in the S efer gard to railroad rates etc v I have a friend sa often they have no noti in whatever of town coil operator to a leaving the city and 11s a mat Dispatch man who is word nearly fact have not traveled any worth men five hundred th yet Tig U the most penurious unin i r six years there has been a very The other singular character who has made an Chicago ounight we were going on to tan Ye annual vi it to thisoflkv I hare no the sleeper together and as went quite was idea from whence he conieth or whither tired bed he goeth but he alwayn asl questions und rHs aNVay apÂ¬ repeated my friend why Im n parently satisfied with information srth I shall sit up in he has received I always expect there in the springtime generally about the was t first of April when the suns ravs his grow warmer Then quaint old friend comes to see judge him to be at hem guess youll i r hair as white a out 1111 d wears a silk hacane and talks in a nervous - nat MoraL t - j we have to deal with ar persons who come here with no other Intenti m than to collect all the railroad literature they can They have no notion of go-Â¬ ing away but they grab everything in sight in the way of time tables anil tourOther information bearing ists points in the inrth east south ifreeiiily gather The uud west pamphlets circulars and booklets treating or climate and resources I dont knew what these collectors do with the stuff they get here but some of them must have a prize assortment Then the man who travels from one end of the country to the other is the person who invariably rushes into the olliee and in a brisk manner for a time table of the line he is alniut to take It is given him of course and without so much as glancing at the schedule it is stuffed into his pocket and the next question is When It never does my first train leave 6eems to occur to him to look on the time table So it goes Sometimes people ask me questions until Im afraid the but tons will dropoff my coat but after all we manage to get stkMkf with our patrons remarkably well Thats jnst where you fellows make a with you You carry a bag Highest of all in Leavening Po Latest LSGaaVt Â¬ - I un Â¬ I RoYal DallnV4aQ jKma wwmA I A Batting PfiBE tra I ABSOLUTELY aiar Â¬ lived anyhow HIS IMITATION TOO GOOD STRANGE SEA STORIES Jnil ltetrlhutln s Â¬ j i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ipon frolir iinr IVnu yiv inliti A well known resident of Manavtink has the reputation of being the best imitator of the calls of birds or in the city 11 is imitation of the cater lig of a Thomas ear sa elelphia Record is simply irresist and when he gets out into the back yard for practice or squares are soon gathered in A few nights ago became proximity to grief ill an effort to have some fun with a crabbed neighbor About 11 ioned himself outside of a board fence surrosmding the mans residence ami began meowing in a Ion tone gradually riding until a high C few minutes In note as perfected and sundry the window was rai- articles were thrown in the direction night howler of the suppose then increased ii volume finally reaching the ear erackiinr quality The aroused neighbor could stand the racket no longer and stepping down stairs opened the dixir quietly slipped out seised a clothes prop and made for the vicinity of Mr Thomas who at that time poised his head above the fence and received a stunning blow- which knocked him Insensible lie was carried home and revived with i Tidal Waves Submarine Eruptions piVes and Showers of Fishbones Half a dozen 9th due d and when the fat man wa to Great InandAtlona Krultln from Vot- - thi- last four figures of the num canlo lphTsl- - MKiutnoth War was able to tell what letter would h - figures of the nuciter The commercial traveler had a bill Tbe last four figures of the number were 5J2L The fat man said a instantly The letter n that bill is B When the bill was exa diminutive B was funn I on it in two ii ly PORTiC BL ew 1 YtM4el CarritMl Inland Far letter was either The found 11 the bill A B In each case C or I is shnU t Â¬ stimulants Culir Mini Yieill ino Color plays an interesting and im ienee of mediicamining roofl at one cine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ great try in New York ha Â¬ low walls and semi transparent white of yellow - to br in that in ordinary be almost invisible at is light would Â¬ ASTONISHED The Camem Kffei t THE NATIVES Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ and riioiiirijih Ieil with to Imltit e Rwnuku Kmltfrat ion When one of the Australian squad Â¬ ron was patrollii mth seas lately sit easse up with a sniling one of her rficers boarded the stranger says the Sydney Mail She d to In- a colonial craft en in recruiting Kanakas for the C land plantations Onboard tinr noticed a ph He was - sugar hii visit f the Sea island camera am a phonograph went into the lie took a and then be raph- - ing individual pictures of weil known natives from the New Hebrides and 0 tilers fr imon group own of the 111 who and friends in the tionv inta the like Taph Utters were pro intsof what sort of is were bat itr- - on the er news that would interest the old folks at home at Mallicollo A Sau Christoral Malaitaand other islands After s eurin ply the ingenious shipmaster sailed for the islands vnd when last seen was astonishing the natives Many of the photographs he had transferred t iass W use iih the lime light and with the photographs was in a posiand the phonograph tion to give such exhibition of life as fair on a the native d dots Into an enthusiastic de shv - emigrate Nor was this all At the lime light show he would produce a full sized pietarc of an a friend a native who was well known in the island in which the shipmaster happened to he a to the amazement of his du sky audience wnnh make him speak words of greeting from his plantation home In Iiundab thousand miles away If any misgiv Â¬ ings were felt before the phonograph v as produced that bewitched machine dispelled them by making the lime light figure of their friend address the natives in their own tongue and in the same voice tnat they knew so ell when he dwelt among them Needless to any the phonograph has proved a valuable recruit ng accessory Â¬ cured 1 lltni Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 TOSSING COINS Chances of Three Pennies Falling-- All Ilea Is or All Tails Supposing a man to toss three pen- Â¬ nies in the air what are the chances of their coming down all heads or tails This is a question discussed in a recent number of Nature by Fran cisOalton of the Royal society Ho upsets a pipular delusion regarding the laws of chance It is obvious that at least two of the coins thrown in the air must turn up alike for when the coins arc on the ground there must always be either two heads or tails showing The qutietluu then is a to the chance of the thin1 coin turning npa head or a tail It is of course an even chance whether a third coin turns one side or the other Is it therefore nn even chance that all three coins will be alike Mr al tou says it is not an even chance and that the man who bets his money on such a theory would lose in the end He says hre chance of aU three coins turning up alike is tiro to eight and he ligures it out in this way iherc are two different and equally probable ways in which a coin may turn up there ntv four ways in which two coins may turn up and there are eight ways in which three coins may Of these e lyht ways one is all heads and another all tails While it is an even chance whether a third coin is heads or tails it is not an even chance that the third coin will turn the same as the other two In order to test the matter Mr Gal ton tossed three coins eight times Only twice did they come up all alike while the third coin was equally divid Â¬ ed between heads and tails Sir Cal tbn then made 120 throws of dice with dice in each throw the odd num- Â¬ bers counting as heads and the ers as tails The 12 throws were divided into three groups of forty in each and result of all alike 8 12 8 total 2S as against not all I sea suddenly fell almost calm It ap- Â¬ peared as if the sea was affected by some tremendous pressure when sud- Â¬ denly the whole vessel fore und aft w as enveloped In sheets of llame that rose half way up the masts and over- Â¬ ran the decks for three quarters of uti hour It was an electrical storm and the crew never having encountered were ptinic such a thing before strickeu and very naturally so They expected every miment to see the masts go by the board After what must have been a very cheerful forty five minutes the llames snuffed out suddenly and left darkness so thick that it might have been cut Another singular occurrence was that of the bark Peter Pridell which was off Valparaiso when a whirl vind passed over her stern taking away everything movable sails and all on the after part of the ship leaving the Here wasthe forward end untouched sharp entl of a storm with a vengeance Almost as surprised at their good for- Â¬ tune and narrow escape must have been the crew of tho barkentin e Fortunate which while on a vo3age from Rio Grande to Liverpool felt a tremen Â¬ dous shock that could not be account- Â¬ ed for until the vessel was putlntodry dock when the sword of a swortlfish was found to have penetrated some feet into the wood of the hulL Yet an- Â¬ other of the curiosities of the sea s the occasional shower of fishbones or the like falling on the deck when aiany miles from land These showers are easily explained Tbe fish are taken up in waterspouts and come dowa in a more or less rarefied condition But perhaps the most awful of all things that can happen at sea is a fim A severe squall breaking over a vessel unprepared for it and with all her sails set is bad but the experience is short sharp and generally decisive agony tlere is but for nothing like a fire especially if it is among coal and there is also dynamite or gunpowder in the cargo DestroTins It inundated the smaller members of the Sandwich group six t iou fsinu three hundred miles away and reached Yokohama in Japan in the early hours of the morning after taking in New Zealand on the way It spent itself finally- in the South Atlantic having traversed nearly the A singular occurrence whole globe was reported recently by the English ship Lucipara She was alxmt xiid way between the cape and Australia when she encountered a hurricane Aliout midnight of August 4 last the feet Â¬ Sailors have more than their fill of strange sights and strange experiences Big waves rank among them We do says the Pittsburgh Dispatch not refer to those waves which are the immediate consequence of high winds and atmospherical disturbances but to those single waves of immense height which show themselves suddenly in the midst of a sea comparatively smooth A vessel may be sailing along in tine weather and with no swell on worth mentioning when without the least warning comes sweeping along a wave that towers like a mountain falls on the eieck and carriet away everything movatile memliers of the crew among the rest The steamer San Francisco was once struck by a tidal wave of this sort in the gulf stream and one hundred and seventy nine persons were swept into the sea and drowned In March last all the crew save one of the bark Johann Willielm were w ashed overboard by a single wave In June last year the ship Bolyrood en countered another such sea which is said to have risen up suddenly like a wall and to have flooded her decks fore and aft The Cunarders Etruria and Tmbria have both encountered the phenomenon ami the former had one man killed and several others injured Sometimes these waves are the result of submarine eruptions and land earthquakes occurring in close proximity to the sen An English bark crossing the Ncrth Pacific met with one of these big waves and immediately afterward the ocean reemed to be boiling and the sulphur fumes that emerged from the water were so powerful as to drive the crew into the rigging Clearly there was an eruption here as the ship sa led over and the wonder is that the great wave did not elo more injury Again the American schooner Enra 3 Ward while on a voyage to Seattle Wash from Copper island was fail ing quietly along when suddenly she was lifted as if a whale had struck her liottom and then experience 1 succession of shocks which cast e thing loose about her decks ndj knocked the crew off their feet There were a few big waves succeed nt maln one and then everything was smooth again Tbe biggest solitary wave ever known was that cause the Peruvian earthquake of Amurnat 111 In no other instance we are lsrs assured lias it bten know 11 that a well marked wave of enormous propor the been propagated over I ocean tract of the g whoso action by an earthquake er limited to a relatively small and that region not situated in the center but on one side of the area traversed by the wave At Ariea it was fifty feet high and enveloped the town carrying two warslups near v a mile beyond the railway to the north of the own The single sen traveled noriward an west war its heigr t at Pedro in California was sixty Â¬ 1 1 nominal ion and you will of mainder of zen the remainder A If it is bill will lie B If it is and if it is l the letter the fat man trick take the last f ber on any bill eplanaiion numn - matter If taken by t You torf iters whether a bill ing that test cent piece f r a one I bill if its little with the r by four hit THE PASSING OF CHOLERA rsaajssa It 3faj Never Again Aumant to In An t Dr Klein F eril anatomy and I Iii laud Bartholomews ehi iera at the lecture tution recently The lecturer said aceordfa London Times tha the prevent ditiiculty cholera was Ix set nica than that - ad ble di most constant an account by religions festival of Ktimbh fair Hardwar a town which in to one million the opinion of mai Cials the most c range nt would be power vent the spree 11 was allow grims coming fr dstn ts bronirht the them and tw ed cholera at Hardwar dnnn i most crowded ever to the e 1 al pr sanitary not deve pri whole history of eh only in rope had it Wen cholera ra holcra r The insamtarv and luted predict ln lumeribl aide fact that few cases in u Germany did ther epidemic And the ur-I 1 Â¬ in - an- - Â¬ ner in En ys ars back in of considering the old e - phoid fever us a since We scieu tect or such aoiled art BOUnly cleaned bun to prevent ing access to dri articles of final bauds that had infection in si I 1 1st t reeeiv rn a avoid the conti Ky iniiij become of cholera ep be-success This anene the locality a case of ch - hail pread aad s 1 1 i 1 ed Ilea 1 sanitary co pea ranee measures the introdaailbni of ould be in a proper m th and of cholera the ou anel disinfe i put in prac attempt at h t 4 J should a There sh or ignori opeuly ai the ac-- li the rdingly fa lil be ly a I c nited and REFORM the e w tion take NOW hei I r MUST Zealand BBBBll Onehua lias Major le development of the nt in New Zealand is of a lady mayor for the gaI do cot know the ity of Onehunga in fact I be Theo heard of it before but it unccd its existence in a manner and Mrs fciizaietb Onehunga between them ed in attaining intema- The Daily News of that particulars of the great nihe asanas - IX I PC 1 I ha t c - el la si W a Book Formally the lady mavor had taken the out the oath to faithfully and impar- - BJM tod according to the Wst of my 1 judgment execute the pow sk for p authorities vested in me as the of the borough of cn hunga Ijeade a speech from which it ap- probable that Oriehnnga will to be on its best manners in the afor seventeen years men UBanu tried to gov inga with but indifferent snev 1 it now falls upon Mrs Yates low the adminncr buttresses wbit say man can do sly RIeh Men Tail Be won 4- n hi Y ch s M The National Literary club of Lon- Â¬ don having formally decided to destroy its copy of the life of RradraugbJ HI ilousfl familiarly one Mr invited by the destruction of r r ah entatlK t afmat tbe demands upon th private eaus of a ca airy officer reallv nt to was Prttlh ael rei e wa t alike seem 90 32 1 that the most probable expectation in the ease of the dice was 30 to Â¬ la the This matter ami indi UN PAPER The Drummer Knew All About That rer and Figure Mark The fat man who sn- Jte rsMJ In saw a m uoitu fi MOflETaB f is here put at nine ht lam and tbe annual mmml I la tea les tfc m le the tale rep a TAUGHT A BY A CHILD Learned Man Asa chang pri perly Natural Fli asBsahla New In olum- - ly of qui may for by mr a a snat tue eutran cavalry is now b aa ti -- e Sad c rssa atV n- yf hIE CLIHAX manner r li IT - 1 ilr s w avary - ami I toll oCicer 1 CUB tt rRg lea ft V nja5 --a ho Jkt t I il