You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Climax (Richmond, Ky.): June 27, 1894 Climax (Richmond, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1894 ric1894062701_sn86069161 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Climax (Richmond, Ky.): June 27, 1894 Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. xXiCji I i V 1 VOLUME H 1 RICHMOND I Till - MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NEWS ITEMS In O I1 Add res Btoes in the Last II8II JUNE 27 1894 Hon lentilry Tlio following is a copy of a speech delivered by Francis Raymond al pearean anniversaries at of t Stratfr-oii-Avon 9 J 1 SmJJ d T Prot NUMBER 3 hcstof all in Leaven Power Latest US Govt KeKrt RoYal Powder z Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE SASS1NATED President Sadt Cnrnot the Victim Tin TARSNKV IvIItNAPKO Taken From His Hotel After Hid nivht in a Closed Carri Ail amendment w by Mr Aldrieh ft 111 to inelade trading in within the provisions of the bill and an amendment offered by Mi D Teuni amended on motion of Mr Lacy ft fa exempting from the pro Â¬ visions of the bill sales for ftituv livery by the owners articles or his duly authorised ayeat and relieving the seller from lirnility where failure to deliver the article sold to f ilure in trans portation or other fault if a common carrier beyond the sellers control i to iii committee of the vh Bat in the house the latter amendment was rejected so that bill as finally primed was the bill that came from th- committee on agricnl sine- n of Hour Bsre with ii list of articles wliichlnay not be Â¬ KKXTItKV STATE NEWS Fo iv riJTnrutnnruinjT TTUTrnrLTJTrir urn- - I ss postmasters were np- r day a- - follows Sarah tc rrilnt WiSlallMtl Mni lulling Jil li Im in Hi BplrlSi A iui Mur Niu err r I Am I iii n4l M 111111 kevohran red r and t iciii FIFTY TmBD CONGRE88L ruuly V saapassVfwa Second Session Lent Eilgarton Tike county C X Mcintosh re igned and Jonathan Lladberrv Elliahartr aaey c untyviie Amanda Mills resigned Qot MgCbi miys bill appropr fat ting 185000 for iniproveiiients on the gov Â¬ ernment building at Richmond has been favorably reported to the h VlIK case- of Beverly Adams colored for the murder of Otto Campbell in was conclud ed the oilier day and resulted in a ver Â¬ dict of murder in the tirst degree and the penalty was Axed at death The time of execution wUl be fixed by the court This is one ot the most noted litis that has come npfor trial in that county in years Adams having ca bell to his door at midnight and shot aim dead for an imaginary wrong Â¬ i bly hart by falling 1 Menly appeared Grasshopper southern Minnesota lliiladelpliiafiremcn were lerri- v in Mr Worth Maj tic last century i Allen Philadelphia lawyer Waller is in jail for cmhezleiin Another fabulously ricn gold strike le Creek CoL has been made Senator Butler of South Carolina calls Gov Tillman n liar and a thief Cecil Graham aged ten ran away from llinton W Vh wilii two tramps Mrs Win Truett and her baby were fatally burned by the explosion of a gasoline stove at Hannib Mo An attempt w ill be made to reinstate the disfranchised citizens of the Chick Â¬ asaw nation iu their right of suffrage A collision between Wabash freight trains occurred nenr Lafayette lid Engineer J ti StOfM was seriously in- Tempest1 of spplaa the announcement of a The tlemew followed MNEW HARDWARES have opened t ami hall hand -- has left me a bankrupt in thanks like the Mer- You cannot expect chant of Venice lze like f yet am as m ditate like But were I to Grateful as Pericles like talk myself black in I nr j COOKING STOVES WARE HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ TIN ROOFS CUTLERY GUTTERING ilo s PaBU i Turn- - Ircsidt OB a no Si hly the n JRlrp morning- Atjthi - i the honor iich t i rd who Al v in- shortly after - ul le 7 Uliourac paper in his when j t- - i band cii he m The r r Hni plum lomon i D Ut on S il Iho volvir and almost more of the in the Winn - In Ne- - Ton j Ifl the citv it liill rk of wil I in a- - Christian and Trifi county line met with his death the kicked by a mule The dav He ng the animal to wafer at a pond but the mule held hack when in trying to force it into the water he received a kick in the stomach that resulted fatally He was fifty two years old r day li nsionss were it Blkaaah Spur Original Re nt ck Mai Speck Covington newal Andreas James i n county A Hopkins Watt Earlington Sow ie Hartford i Diiii ISrownsville Rdmonson county John n Kentii county lb V Pearman Buffalo barm-countRock Itridgo llcnrj C Husho i Monroe county Original widows etc s father Maud Wash u county ein-tiDlKFKXBACll8 which was showing at Iaducah was attached by the musicians i wealthy farmer re- at Roaring Springs near the STOUT a Labor Lost cir worthy president and his supporters tike the have Two Gentlemen of Verona vied with each other to pass the The tactly As You Like It id from Lear to hroni fnd up to King lohn Henrys and Rich- Â¬ and through the jured III ards1 to A number of sealing vessels that were nut a tomedv ot trrors nut have been warned ffy the United States the events of this night will serve to out to return enliven many A W Inters Tale1 when cruisers are r Midsum life ha passed awa edition under mer Nights Dream The Peary 0 Were I Lthe leadership of Mr irenr i llt vant and Juliet of Philadelphia left New York for St Andn re Troilns and Â¬ 1 ni AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS None better A FRIEND I handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows I through the Boott hay Mel HmmeHt of the beneficial results h has rceiTeil from I a reimlir SSS of Ayert fills He iaj s did my stomach 1 tried a number f enliT remedies but none siimel to civ relief until I was induced to try the old r ii I have tiken only one lile AyerV 1ills I think they box Set I feel Eke a new man are the most pleasant and easy to take ar- sayuunx I cnated tlint even a child will take them I iitl- uiup all who are in need f a laxative to try Ayers IilR They will do l iukI For all diseases of the Stomach Liver anil ltoweU take f also liave in n tiff in the State in on short not rurruTJXirrUTnjTjTJUT-nru-u- Tj of THOS H KRRR -- tltE Johns police Brer protect 1 the miod Arrii I and other llr was r ertiPi M nu nu in twon- - 1 with hih the ut thrc crowds I party ti fa ut t i Altar turnii i Tan- - iifiit such re a v n- I at oner i loony im - the prel In vh i the pi i i r l - with the king eon would not trouble D about the Taming of the Shrew but would leave them to amuse them Merry V like Cue The Prohibitionists of the Twelfth and t well MaM red hy Pr J C A Indiana Congressional District nomi Â¬ pride of i ori Every of Fort Julius Caesar I would in nated James ii Graham Wayne or to pass mj Twelfth ray pr Castor aged Is while riding a Night with Antony and Cleopatra1 He In I fear I am r mut and was ably lit and fell i drowned your The California Lcpublican Stat r your notice born Millard vention nomin and Angeles for lieutenant governor will conclude by offering you m Claination t cere thank or you August Monk a compositor with making Much Ado About Xoth- home was in Watcitown N Y walked Do off an open draw bridge in Chicago and ONE SPECIES OF BLACKMAIL was drowned Hob Smith 1 At Charleston If Va St ibl In a iood hr lUTiim to llui was kicked in the breast and instantly I hlortnod 1IIF coin WEATHER Will SOOM BE Lknimton isagitating the killed by a horse which he was hitch- Â¬ There i I TON TOO AND A a home for fallen woming to a reaper Bates where the negative use t prien Lailcy Morris and George N Sangcrs vate snei an ii Moork the infidel prohi- it a duel about a woman at Sum abuse as in New York In many in met near Chicago with revolvers iiegrass Itladc OR A stances u con- Both badly hurt uino calls thi- he Lexin rton tis Creea l avc iust ended thei t let any wont II RjVKKS eminent riblc sun dance slits in tin body H II I HE WE noTll tin bucks eight and ten inches km minister died the it L uiveiiirs heat Hon W S Kerr of Mansfield ply and p T Ti Oui line natod by the republicans on Um The i was paran and every ballot to ItheFourt Gov Brotvn but when be ieL Iy buy out he fell back ii will of the late Thnma It tlie price fa remarket f Till the commonwealth Washington for mils of Breathitt bei We cant pay Sui conn the murder of probate After sums minor devised to Why its the residue of the estate is John A Lose and who at tin COME NI HLV the widow ty is worth ruaiy term of court received a life can Very well its my The miners at ShesTodsville O re-Â¬ h was reversed by the A ESATING STOVE A COCKING tiing No take it or h are it turned to work I I - district except the Massillon on the a Stable on it if you dont pr cirterm of arAis And ii or line of the Wheeling and Lake Erie real- is now idle Y TO VTHIXC Benjamin Barnshnw the politician H AS r Li t en IMPANY 1 ooii the W Va of those who Would and forger of Wetzel county gineer ha i en in consulta- grandeur of a has began his 90 year term in the peniIt is 1 Tiies F tentiary The supreme court refused and to come to his relief f that s UtsntS Zzz Hr II F Meis el a horse doctor of ever new bust Terre Haute was Friday given his k anyWm t is almost fourth sentence to the penitentiary r STEEL is kind to HKATI sure I Athens I Middleport O council has p an ordinance making thi for playing progressive euchre a fine ELDERS BARGAIN STORE A AYERS PILLS Dose Effective ON K pri ONE CENT 1 1 STOVES TWO CENTS Will i You Need Stoves FIVE CENTS bra AAA H I Â¬ Â¬ STOVE GRATE IF YOU WAS I ii BKA jth i lid Given Satisfaction tste a bavss a LACS AND MdR0GRS 1 Â¬ rErci7 iirr i 1QTT0 UNDERBUY UNDERSELL CASH I II I im- - itrrrfrd iy t the buihtii irs if the app lot exceed II of congee morn ic in the Aii in i ithin from Um -- He agrarian grain dutj of nl of eight lire The prop ninistry seven lire was then car - ban b- i ndiTi t the in n u grouni it may the i who ment rod le CLAUDESMiTHCO irriajrc for th s er the he we fur - the ATTi i i HOUSE s w oppi - rtu intil at the ji qoite rom the Id i mi- A s of i h ion s of tax to spranp- awa and tried t id but for of tin- police torn ami tramp I v crir- - the iarv a ma Mr At this p i irar for sination speaking with All dur- Â¬ I rat In from the When Bai h shocked by the of it ing tl rived fair was white house - triad hi to the station - if in- - as it f the t i ar- Â¬ af- Â¬ the The in- - to the just as lie at jump from the peuted nally but In land will ivern- illen the si ter ate h Anti Option ISill I sss the Ilouneby a ile of 15n to S7 AslHXCT S ir snmed r wnlrh Mr he died lu r two sons left Pa 11 are lb sank ntil ItM o lent had ftcr he w the pre b i ennbl lay morn hy mi 1 fr his Jure 3 SENAT- E- M Sonde- - evening All the at the Lvons with ii senate and voiced Mouday lwiis lime - I clock eeial train for rs win esident were in at mili ei- will be oon- - th senate and the 1 At Monday raori j calling note was uxn at Versailles at fternoon for the f eseetfceg new president reneh cmistitir n requires that in the vent of the ncy beeom irur vacant by deal r otherwise the charutiers must meet ithin three dars of the time tin irs In the meantime the miniv ts the pub- lie busin oclock Wednesday sernble in eonjrn the third f le-- K pL Lrei er who or piblic and p I I ii f France was l the r fr-t-- a aathai mm stavesm thu city M lay morn mi curtain art s dwelling upon 4he horrible charm r of Ike law ation of President mot A majority of them refer to t Lincoln nd President Gar field a affordingr t only parallel G liKtml Wok f Tbc Only iarulleL Lomgajr June - All the mi Â¬ ir rk of a will iitral field work of tl surrey en OO the sur es will lx- - di1 KUo 1ier the iron ore ion of Iroi Van Itise the Off tor Afr a GMd er Senta Clara is land creek for a flelrU learn- Â¬ 1 lTtg fitted in I ak f South Afri and veaael is being advt isei far ano wide so that a goo aeagerK may be secured to and it is billed to leare ab time her cabins expected that by t and other swWi1 lotions Of passen Â¬ gers trill ail he eng ed failed oi aqViMin tion and then nays the honse Friday anti option bill of Mr he n Hatch of Missouri This bill which tl iithor claims to I in the interest rtual operat- tax all specn- of farmers pro ins known as options lative tran By t these deal and futures an in- is maiii f the exercise the ir and the meas of Federal juii- mitor ure is thus given the classification of a a vote of ISO y ijrs tho revenue bill till of Mr While the avowed pvpose is to de-Â¬ Hutch iuther stroy gambling in farm products and claims to lie In the h rerest of la krKiVD to realize thereby enable the farmer anl futi the profit on his product now alleged of the after two hour to ri into me nanus m exciwne roo- Â¬ ments to the hill ui h lhe berts the imposition of the tax really rule ami realizes that which Mr Hatch and his ii or of the bill summing up tlits favor The vote supporters characterize as gambling47 Nays rats il rf The revenue which would be produced Democrats 61 n from the proposed tax has been oare juii The heat nt hiniton nol hold inter Harifully estimated and based uixm the aale in session uite grain handled at Chicago quantity of a few uik He permit and Jew York lat year it would not The per Â¬ il thiit reach floooo r which o Mr Hutch closing his advocacy of r The day the measure said the bill was not intended to be nor was it believed to be ator Will a panacea for all ills but its friends tcr ev n and the farmers of the country W his aafsiUuR redwole For some reuonnet ithdrew lieved that its passage would re move m from nt reducinp tin one of the causes of the h had prices of grain and cotton prevailing in the markets of the tnited States which in a large measure controlled the Drices of the markets of the world mess of importance tracs- eame in for a Mr Harter Idem lively excoriation by Mr Hatch near Alatuinvm htii Hot ana fold Air Mat- Â¬ lie sp lose of hi tresses Will lie Ised Mr Harters invitation to con Mo June 3 The Wil- Â¬ si J olitical bed and an- - liams Tal Co capitalized at invit lis refusal of the rin the construction he would rather sleep with a of ears in this city to compete with an ncr Cos the IuUmnn it all the There is a I wiiil trudge lit in the Wil - id Mr Hatch and way t car of OOijo riiuajl The berfhs crawl under the cover- - with Tom Wat- be a little longer than those in ne limb in the Pullman and Wagner cars and son rather than to s1 he gentle-- about ae work of the Laughter man berths will be aluminum and mat- on the- then taken Xhe f cloth and rubber in- passage of the bill It was announced flated with chilled air in summer and is 150 nays 7 Present and not in the winter warmed air will Tie used 1 A Woninu for the Eleerric hair This result was reached after two MoNTiiuio N Y Jure 23 Lizzie ration of the amend- hour- icted Ilalli ie bill under the five-miillan was hours speech by Mr ute r ticity summing ginning August ft nu the argil cd not tlie t she T -1 aÂ¬ I i nt- in jreaa to passed the Wasiiinoton Job rotary Smith has ordered that all agents and superintendents build t as avail u able the river eo ii be made navigable of agency schools be directed to ake in on work As to temporary requests for open market purchases necesworks in order to secure immediate of supplies only when actually sary navigation he could not give informaThe situation at Hound Iond ikla tion until he had seen the condition of the river and its haakin the vicinity growing out of the complications be tween the Hock Island railway and of the sicui places the city is becoming serious and an YorNi Leonard Fortune accidentally outbreak is anticipated at any mo- Â¬ himself at Mt Sterling while ment foolinrw ith a revolver A Indianapolis eight men of Tippe- Â¬ The telephone line between Hender Â¬ canoe county who sided in flooding son and Louisville i being rebuilt Lafayette Ind with counterfeit silver The funeral of Wm P Welsh dep dollars during the state G A It en illector was the bargesl ever seen campment were sentenced by Judge laker in Lexington Mine good work horses were burned Kv ns was nominated oi Waitkk ss by the republicans at Lm- - to death in a barn on Culvert Street Cincinnati shortly before one oclock lsV Thursday morning and a number of Kentucky is called a backward state colored people narrowly escaped suffo-Â¬ leatioiial matters yet during this cation have put into her than a quarter of B A HARD BLOW million dollars in furniture anl apAt fern Ind Wrerku the City Hall and paratus Does Other Damage An independent republican convenIliiAJSHL Ind June 25 A eyclono tion has been called to assemble at the courthouse in Hopkinsville Saturday swept thn ugh this section Sunday luly T This call is the outgrowth of aft ernoon doing much damage especial- Â¬ ly in this city A territic wind and tin- discontent of t c colored clement The big which represent M per cent of the hailstorm accompanied it voters of the party in Christian county tower on the city hall fell with a ter- Â¬ The regular republicans arc very much rific crash completely crushing and smashing in the main structure is revolt The ponderous bell that weighs 000 - were issued the other day ss follows Original Thomas W Lamb pounds crushed through the building Williamsburg Whitley county Resto and fell in the midst of a company who had taken refuge from the storm Tho ration and re issue William Xabcr city hall was completely wrecked Newport Campbell county Renewal Windows and rixjfs were destroyed in W Meacham Padncah Mc all rrackiii county Original widows etc and for many hours of street cars were stopped because the ninny Mary Kemp Sulphur Henry county Moilie E Summers Mill urn Carlisle that were blown across the tracks county Mexican war widows Bridget The damage is immense in neighboring us Wheat corn and trees arc Mclntyre Covington Kenton county level with the ground post office at Pinehem Todd The county will be diseontianed after June MnrSersd by His Rival St PAUL Minn June J5 J IT Ioiin Dkis colored burglarised a Clapp a salesman in the store of W near White Hall the other night S Dennis Ji Co was murdered at mid Â¬ hiking money and other valuables He night by Ehle Allen one of the most caught and will be sent to the prominent young men of the city The penitentiary for life under the con two men it appears have bean paying firmed criminal law The giNxls he attention to Miss Louise Lyde daugh Â¬ stole would not amount in value ter of the city markctmaster The three to more than 8390 met Friday night in front of the Mis BjcTXU ll I nils wife of Judge Metropolitan hotel and a quarrel en- Â¬ B J Peters for sixteen years chief sued Allen cutting Clapps throat justice of Kentucky died at her home from ear to ear Clapp died in twenty in ML sterling aged Ti years minutes Allen has been arrested THE republicans of the Fifth istriet ht nominate Hon Wal Columbng Scale Accepted inter TEW IIai te Ind June 23 The iresinal revenue om mission Indiana miners convention representlieiif Arthurs ing the six th nisund block and bituminous miners of this state by a Drowned at Lafayette Lafaykitk Ind June 2r Jacob vote of 28 to 14 Friday resolved to ac- Â¬ Shields a harnessinaker aged forty cept the Columbus scale TSy a vote of and single was drowned in the Wabash 81 to - a resolution was adopted de Â¬ manding the resignation of all the na- Â¬ Sunday morning while bathing tional and district officers who siued Drowned in a Fish Iond the Columbus scale and the calling Eiwood Ind June 2 -- Jos Slates for a national convention as soon aged M a farm hand employed near as their resignations are secured Curtisvillc six miles north of here to elect their successors President went liathing in a fish pond with some lurccll was in the chair he succeeding because he signed anions took cramps and wus Dnnkerly His parents reside at Hel- - the Columbus agreement drowned I the body was taken there for burial Saturday The Superiority finished lie ried that if the whole appropriation sell prob however that the owner will sell but demand such an exorbitvery properly ant It is to under the iiead of blackmail pay me so much you cant get alon without my plot it is my price or ability anl wont is Â¬ WJ L Douclas CUOr Q TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Flrni HAVE A UAUDWAIiK WlsW El KOSQUEAKIIMa V F Lr ISTHEBCST 55 CORDOVAN 4 St I Â¬ Â¬ delegates to the republican league coti nver left in a magnificent special train over the Hock Island at The delegates will i oclock Saturday put in every moment of their time after1 their arrival in booming Dea Moines for the next national convention Ilettle tireens aidure Ind lime Si It was stated here Friday night on reliable authority that Ilcttie Green and I of the stockholders of the Louisville v Sashville railroad have secured enough of the stock of the Kvansviiie A Terre Haute held by the Chicago v Eastern Illinois to give them the controlling It Dfs Moots la June ix The Iowa Des Moine3 Wants Sn1 35 0PCICE3SOLES 2JVVOfKiNWESs 2 2 k t3 r IBy S1VES 1 LADIES- - RATES TINWARE anJ FARMI IMPLEMENTS 1 f KD COMPLETE LII h UvINt sroVEs ill Be5TDCNG0I 4 von ne BROCKTON WL br CCICLAS rhisuin AiAS3 Yon can nave tnonrv Ilo Because we arc L rers of mtce 1 MODEL STEEL It is None like it res labor try one Champi We have in ion TIN to do tin ro- SIlOl 1 Evansviiik thev the hot prices and enual t- wenri- TAYLOR BROTHERS lot dealer cannot apply you we taa -- Sold by 57 JACrXISSBKi s l- K QXLoij LruxTLTtrtj- truirLnru TTTjijiru lruTJTJtrLrijT VLrtnrLn 5 w i i -- ii hi Â¬ interest u uTriJttnnruxriJTrtaTjj 2 If THE MARKETS LIVESTOCK- Select IUk IS Comi Â¬ GarnetfHoiiseSaloon in June St r vii seed ben 5 l ol i - SHEEP rs W STUART JONES any kind ei P Proiuietor Otj 1 trtrjartTL - - FIi GKAIN-Wheat-No c red Cora No j mixed No mixed kye No JAY 1rine to choice Kii Ai i i Medium leaf Hoe leal M s Pork FBOVISIONS Lar IrtTTKK i I Til iiery APPLES- - Perbbl 1 ITATOBSN e v Per bbl -- No 3rol Pure Whiskies Brandies 12 SO 11 Wines c gallon I The Vulcan 75 Iure Jcttn j j IT 4 1 00 75 Ij I have eisageil the services of Mr Roht Terrill as liartcndei who will Le pleased to lave Ins friends call anl see him Tf STl KT JONES Chilled Plow u S 5 FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST Harivara ani Z BtrutJTJTXUxriitrinrLTnjirtruxriivuTJ P isiond rzzzy Firm ta ecidedly Th2 Best I MY YORK 3 es iarnett ml Street FIOFR Winter pateni So I North GRAIN No I rei Z CORN N mixed OATS Mixed PORH LAKD tV IlICACO n a S Usie Saloon njtrtruxirnjTTu-iru-injxruTjxruxr- 3 ss EHI I j trtnxuTrinjTrijinArinruTJTJx s iswjht 3 b 5 i 13 75 tmt SJ 7 IU 4 59 A lu fc SOLDI TRAINS CINCINNAlI PA1 ACE WD H 2 Also a choice line ol qui 2 tre At- i at Florit GILA1N fori No J Winter Wheat No iug Jr 3 10 J 41 P 3 m 41S ST LOUIS ruirtrirLnjuiJijiTUinjTnj SLEEPING CARS BE I IXiRK Mess IAKD- BALTLMORE - 6 70 ST LOUIS am WASHINGTON D VIA C X UR riUNi Fnmilv - a4 51 I 6oo 47 RIG POUR ROUTE The elegant service offered hy the Rig Cine nnati and St tiains are excelled by no other line composed of new cars throughout coaches of the latest improved patten and Wsgact Sleeping Csn is service lor the lirst time liv trains hive Parlor and Drawing - Room aud Exquisite In LAKD Refitted fOKK CATTLK Fir t lualitv HOUS Western II 16 75 ft 4 Iour between 1 tO 5 30 540 Nht INDIANAPOLIS CHUS-Wheat- -No is 109 WHA1 DOES IT MEAN i 1 Corn No fmixeJ t ft 40H Â¬ Louis and Washington i nali and lectioa with the peake Car Serfain ius K P State ok Ohio City of ToLi Louis to vue exten LOCAS Cot NTY mat on regsrd lo nearest ticket agent Frank J Ciikvkv makes oath that lie r partner of the firm of KJ or nod i MARTIN G P T A Ciiknsy Si Co doing business in the PTM E O Mi CORMICK Cit of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pav the sum CHT7SCE DISS3T0ET LOUISVILLE FTOTR Winter patents GRAIN Wkeut No S red Corn Mixed Outs Mixed tueen via St 45 Ii - TS It 1 r - SOLID VESTI3ULED TRAINS tatoiraVeArftfh -- issiia tmm PWn ta m- t- aft T i af 1-1- ot ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ioi each and every case of Catarrh thi Ca not he cured by the use oi tarrh Cure Hails Cttlsl Â¬ CHUl COP VI ja at 4 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE a Drowned While Swimiulng muel and Adam Hxkman aged 13 and IS years respectively sons of Wm Uockman living nine miles north of this city drowned in Emherass river while bathing Sunday afternoon Only Daughter Drowned Ind June 2A The on- SfMNKR 111 Tun Of He - mount Try one bottle A 1 care used in u will le convinced of its superiority A W GLEASON h the source of It parities the b overcomes sick health cures dysjicpsiA Haltw Catarrh Cmc is taken internals headaches ind biliemness It is just the and acts dirccMv on the blood snJ mucous medicine lor you surfaces c is due to t of brain tvork and constant arilla FRANK J CHENEY rn to before me and subscribed in esence this 6th day of i lay p P X m ud Jay at L M HAVE Wiilkins Rector ami KH s is Ii Look Oat For the llu ty that Has by a tie vote dro A a eis afternoon and was fully prepared from tl Lea Star Coal corn hay and mixed with the blue and r other blue and red an feeds tor also Desirable Property for PtJpI PARTIES DESI t IxA 0 BOXH care- Â¬ F Co Toledo 0 rs corner J M Waus CHAS S F 90- - I xloi pr nt Shows th epistle with a hurrah ami three exclatna- - one of these nen to me Corn must have tiuns I ajree mkt him that all I rtain lenh of time to prow and ma- Democrats oiilit to express a trillssn tun- and 1 have alwavs succeeded in Editor now to die even if they are not Dutch-Â¬ getting my seet patch as I call it ad VKESCH TllTl X men engaged in manufacturing bologna suliiciently in the fore art of the I1NHB1 IVKKV WEDNESDAY BT to he safe from the earliest frost REPORTS NO nETTER in the latttr part I cultivate thaj pateli Co Th8 Jtom the tune it k fthiated until can As harvesting pnogreaaes vapori Proprietor and damaged wheat continue to come Br no lonper straddle the rows with a high J H POWELL Gen l Manager tween tlie falling ilown and the imperfect cultivator I po over it as soon after every shower as I can pet on the ground filling the crop will lie light PKItK PKK YKAR with a team In cultivating our corn we aim to stir THEY COXT1MK KUB KESDAY JINK 27 1894 the entire surface as often as possible Over in the Seventh District aeeording KtMTHCIAL ttiKHrSPOSrtKMk ae of the newspatrs 1 have read The shovels of the cultivators are set to everybody Breckinridge Bnt run only two or threy inches deep and a team can walk along with them as easi I notice that his enemies now that they ly and rapidU as with a buggy There pet some Democrat have ailed wens and Settle to oppose him are try is no labor connected with the cultivatiil of th WlllMIIIIII 1 ing except tlie traveling have taken lipfHil liis pon in a lnixtim- if ing to secure an independent candidate a held oi twenty acres of corn that owing made out of gid Retmhlican stnff to mite aud larurtiiirg gaa and written to a wetaprhar was planted the lth of thinks concerning consent to run in the event that Breck tunc and by a constant stirnngof the ininaled Tic - k of to say last il inaii 1 crop of sixty sinlr Chcunultsarticleson sound com per acre Ify CLOTHES VS RELIGKJN iii lry s are all rapid walkers and as Urn and nil a sufficient height to Our Roman Catholic contemporary aliii ahix- allow me to go ahead I run over the the Republic niakes this grave charge lark who threw r field five times every two weeks until my In the frotest- reaentatioa agaiuat Protegtantiain cultivator will no longer pass over the - ant churches there is no such tin twithstandII and hraesra stall A I IT iw- - social odinditv or toleration The imh The corn plant is a gross feeder and it loerretv in nun man rinds BO welcome anions the rich will gather and assimilate the plant food Me pabl billing woraliippera lie is elliowed out in the soil at an astonishing rate if the a- - my raaaaaa instinctively feels that he is not arai ted surface is kept i a proper condition At the sociables itom of and he keeps away that ia loose and nieilow As to how not present Beeasse be can not dress often written diapar-late in the season or at what stage of notwith- - as well as Ins rich neghbors matter and His wife growth cultivaion should cease can ly toterab bat 1 jxis and his daughti best be determined by Lbi itself ohjects of charity inliu Ho The ricii and the It should ie Inline in mind that in a dry lding 1 an- cratic women visit them and overseasons the roots of corn go down and run v iiiiiiLiiess for the awe them by their dress and manners It search of moisture I have with is only in the Catholic Church thatai traced them to a depth of twelve id upon an equality lie microscopic suh They and that as rceated stirring of the Bar whv I worship the same God they receive the face tends to conserve this moisture it ly his same sacraments they are brethren in certainly cannot be otherwise than ben- Â¬ Christ and anty the relic- nt of eficial In a wet season however the iiLiiisli between Hiagifteai It iefor Proteatante feeding roota spread oat and run neat my fault to aak themselves if this charge - true the surface and literally till every foot f why ami it so whv is it true Is it someof soil between the rows To cut oil or 11l thing that 04 of t mangle these roots mustit is very evi advance the nply from the form dent prove detrimental to the growth of of its organization T Have our clisrcbes the plant Where shallow and organized themselves around a cultivation is practiced it will be ard instead of a Clirvtian one found that the soil just beneath his Have we the poor always with 08 Win p layer is filled with small er of is it that the thicker the population be- that when cultivation - in some parts at OOr lul L itv the thins and the plants shade the ground ttle tin ner is the attendance at the Inii iTJ roota will often ascend to tiii Is it he Church within ha faee have illy if repeated showers keep the natter Kl Woik 1 week or two per- Have not our social Kl ia the growth of this nop and with it In New York it is rvationof itsmannei Will oi Tw ntv third street llow and often Fifth avenue seventeen I i t repeated cultivation is most effective in It ellee hi and rapid growth and that such cultivation is beneficial until people enough to till then the ptante completely shade the ground i mar- I and Miss Ml 11 iiiNsi AMERICAN 0OMM0 which - ouW SmatJ frntA snapping it out dog fashion but sav it firmly and respectfully no meoEs THE CLIMAX Climax Printing 1 fl50 Â¬ Â¬ - immensely and densely conventional that they would never have placed their jewels in soak to help Columbus discover The people profess to W America shocked if the woman reorter is not for- Â¬ ever intrudjng her femininity in her column as if to sav to the public I am I am writing ft woman this article and dont you forget it This is all nonsense A woman should leave her pwaUliatlty at home hanging on a eg 111 her wardrobe she should only remember that she is engaged to help make her paper a go and that as the public is putting up the gate money she must shock feed or amnse it Teople who judge a woman reporter by her writings might take warning by this little anecdote Mrittic Hild a famous Virginia belle was at White Sulphur Springs She was i to her cottage one evening by a famous Southern politician who attempt ed to hug and kiss her en route Sir exclaimed the indignant lveautv itsli yon disas site repulsed him tinctly to 11 nderstand that though i am frisky I am not fast A few weeks later the iolitician at- Â¬ tended the races and among the horses entered was one named Mattie Ould He instantly bet all his money on her only to find that she came in way behind the others yet frisking and scampering as if she had beefl the winner T might have known it said he to himself I might have known it for Mat tie herself told me she was frisky hut Â¬ 1 Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS titv V j 1 Boak Keeaias Slwrlbantl and skip rVaaai n say yon always refuse Policeman to sell a man liquor after he has bad as FOR JAILER much as is good for him rtlUAM to aimonuce We arc Bartender Thats my rule When he GKItKlS authorized ject Party 01 the Kep begin to see dyubluJ bounce him An a eood rule it is But how do yon know when he lieginstosee double NEW ADVERTISEMENTS When be hands me five cents for a ten cent drink and insists that he paid me ten 00 IIK UA1SKII THE MoNEV AID US HKAK WITH THK announce- um wn-cj amioimcemeiiit L ay in caan ment inserted nrtls accompanied T the YELLOW 1 Â¬ Â¬ 11 not fast And so it was with the woman reporter and please make a note of it that though her writings be frisky she is not fa t Â¬ grs And now heres looking to her Here health wealth and happiness to the woman reporter Shes a Kt edition may she never go out of print May no irate suliscrilier ever call at the office with a shot gun to double lead her and w lien the right sort of sweetheart comes along mav she tie like her paper ready fir the pn is oft-re- - OLD THE IN vKlMULKIl AM I w OITLOOK Â¬ bloniiii in ihe sky man from Troy told this story the other day to a small company of friends aUmt a police justice in a little tow 11 in Kenselaer county It was the law of the village that al showmen itinerants and organ grinders must get a licei fore doing business there One dav a fat policeman who had been on the force about six months without doing anything concluded it was time he ar J rested somebody Soon afterward along came an Italian with a performing bear Poplar Weatherboarding Hev yez got yer license asked the Cypress Shingles policeman No said the exhibitor of the bear Then yer my prfatnera said the po- Cut Poplar Shingles liceman and he triumphantly marched Framing Lumber oflwith them to the village statiou house he leading the Italian aud the Italian leading the bear Doors Window Blinds Arraigned before the police justice the Italian pleaded guilty and the judge All First Class ool officially gave him a most severe and scorching letter on the enormity of his ollense ending by lining him ten dollars the full extent oi the law The culprit had a lot of small change in his pocket but lieing mostly pennies and nickles it only counted up seven dollars and sixty five cents For a very few mo He ments the judge was in a quandary didnt want to send the fellow to jail nor yet lose the ten dollars Presently a bright idea struck him a happy solu tion of the problem and he said Mere officer Take this fellow out to the market place and let him perform with his bear until he makes up the balance and when be gets it drive him out of town Main St Near ivC Depot A PINE FLOORING AND We have recently prepared books an the above epcially adapted to home Hundred tudy Sent on 60 days trial have been benefited hundred 01 nouar 7 J dj our publications Why not you 1 1 Should vou later oeciue to cuirr college you would receive credit lor the Four weeks by our method amount paid of teaching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan Positions guaranSend for teed undr certain conditions page catalogue and our free illustrated Address J F state your wants Draughon President Diaughons Prac-ti-t- l of cast ani Schtxil Bush Shorthai d and Telegraphy Nnliville Tenn II teacher- BOO students the past year No vacation enter any time Cheap cash for all va board N B We pay as bonk keepers stenographers cancies teachers clerks etc reported to in proÂ¬ vided we fill same 4Vl3 7jK WHY 13 w Â¬ STRENG THRONGED9 What is the Attraction at In hot iml sultrv titnon Uk am ami big one at STRENGS th- - ISUAL BARIi INS that donl that alone Si CEILING Many of the citizens of Rainsville Indiana are never wiilruit a bottle ot intem rightaml - liurt twliat w Â¬ Cough Remedy in the Jacob Brown the leading merchant of the place This remedy his proven of so much value for colds croup and whooping cough in children that few mothers who know its worth are willing For sale b W F to bo without ii Powers and T S Ilagsn dru Chamberlains house sa s Very Likely You Think Little prieea ml liitla va times in ton that m the way Wail till inv sticii litrlit doubt y iiir eyes then sur Ik ym want to buy a Sulky Surrey Bag gy or Carriage call on Dobebon for he has the latest best and cheapest 5- Â¬ And An Esteemed Pastor Â¬ Cheaper Than Ever Found Cure in Hoods After Other Medicines Failed After tho Crip tism Muscular Rheuma- 3H Anil in order bast tlie fbllowiaq DRESS oreiitlv redaoed riir in miud ASH to tret tl t will tak the expect to buy qnote liirirain prices unlese you tmy t- - tlev - Int II the bargains tor A E CARSE fl Â¬ Ten Dress Iatl en CASH rict I Drt Dress P P i and wantt lii a t thel 111 lil a n mv with In the snhsii ized another illustration of the dow qualit in the can people The crank and I may hold tin a day and maki ut in the r a brief period but publi inevitahlv bmehed aside to 11 1I1K HAITI EST AS FEATlBE OI THE Illlss Mj if for n A month and intei ago Common- - md the Indiistiiai uniis in the metropolitan da ly big proportion of the two or three w iio attendthe recent banquet to tlie Press Association in this ir the response to The by Mis- - Elvira r Miller and have expressed a de- t in print For their benefit iders the Capital repro- - the which it H and wishes it could 1- 1harming manner with v pue in the iit- - try to day neithei i ucern in the 11 the Administration of hter of a as married at Wasli raud affair led by tin t meml At Mr the tible and lid hut a d sire foi mills an ted nothi men tad the with n er noted people 1 V- - - imprinted upon her lips Mr iii ii a member of V iion thing in common with such a mob and with that tlie South did not J Jut as a ut the collapse atSfaJ cut charai ti of the man ions ut of aacfa of ollow suit Mr Iin hanan it ia understood that kiss for the nation f pon ti ladies and gentle- not that I kiss for ition no not by a jugful hut that it is my happy irivilege to respond to your toast on behalf of the petticoat and contingent of the Kentucky state i I 1 am not ti 111 popular in- - that the masses prefer to look to the legal aid utional processes for a correction of evils rather than exjieriuient with rrect- - fantastic innovations devised by deina and cranks to advertise them It selves itideiice of the in oar institutions ami every failny old ure 01 the mob make an inipn - writ foititiesand strengthens the confidence KBenditoK ve in the enduring quality of the - not now Republic It Inset an the influence of the and disco urates lis rant He that mily have cannot find an audience to ii tcn to and capacity for mischief is ixiidingiv diminished And for nanlte achailenod citizens are devoutly U grateful Inly or merit - U characteristic is and of II naifested every day ill in than to civiliaation HOW LATE SHOULD CORN BE CUL time ai TIVATED He the atom rformed an im- - FreJ Amcricjh Aricakariat ing his articles Of twenty seven fairly proaperoas It is alwa nek to mriaa farmers to whom the above query wa have ive very nearlv the same any ar for tift--thaaaaaaed swer and these six were the most uniout that lK k Wi formly successful com prowcrs among iioiioHthie har them 01 the others seven had her the atom says that all rule two were guided largely hv the liuMiab twaddle I am signs of the zidiac while the remainder il uiigLl have Uvea wese governed by tlie amount of other nulieciie vaporing like his article And nowa tMr Chenault Heneed work 01 band and various other conditions The two who had made the most that be hail done me ao monev growing this cereal managed it there be a man living who so nearly alike that one would almost be would not do another an intentional led to believe they had been reared mi Villiam Chenault I the same farm while in fact thev were my article then and do not astia not even acqnainted with each other right to prepare and These two men have ltowii coin for published nrrailirlon Bat thirty five aud thirty seven roans l rivfleaa of nar lively and in all that time have not fail If he nal a fair crop and good sound the pioaaap aaaV Thev regard every hi - at liberty ad until it proves itself to be Ithat always j r 1 had planting two or throe em the 4WMrnoditv very rich well drained land as earlv m will hereafter U ch ad law with Mr Chenault and can the soil can be well fitted for the and taking the of care of the v ructor - when large sections of land were OHM with rains that s arcelv any und hiaa ilemaa anted In fore June these two raapacL I have always heeahji men hao small tracts planted early in ni liip always May mid aokag fairly lie aud I circu instances The laudwell under the was well tile llieraloriy the drained while okii furrows carried oil all the water from t whenever i rasposnUato work ion Uniynp to aee bun - nl it was birred with cultivators and the hills were well hoed The re- en fine weather came in IJiU shot up like Weeds and matured to bevond Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ the country hal imrt jli-lie- iiKlicine Ai - kpt I lst - ffip ould the old time journalists with the Noahs Ark brand blown in revisit these glimp es t the moou and woman speaking out here in meeting they would probably be shocked into rice bat you have asked ore to make an address and I am not going to place nivself on record as the only woman who refused an invitation to get up and talk A woman is the nightmare of a a paper office When it is officially an nounced that such a visitation is in prospect the religious nlilni saaaai horribly and takes a drink bag editor ties an extra rabbit fool around his neck and hangs a horseshoe over his desk while tin managing editor chews a blue pencil savagely as be contemplates a vast horizon of bangs kicks tears and adÂ¬ jectives The unmarried members of the force imagine she will expect them to wear dress suits and take turns courting her and register a solemn vow to chaperone one another and keep a robust scream on tap when left alone with her But ehe comes and after they have be- Â¬ come acclimated to her they find that like the devil she is not half so black as their fancy painted her The advent of women in journalism is shrouded in mystery Perhaps the first pettiroated reporter bulldosed her in the office Perhaps she was smug led in even as the dark horse was rung in on the unsuspecting Trojans or perfrape she came ir d with that paresis provoker of modern times the society column I hit lie it as it may the woman reporter has BSSSS has come isatay and here she is People often ask this question To what do you attribute a Womans si in journalism A tall lank girl with a Queen Anne figure and a Mary Ann face once told me in a burst of misplaced confidence that she got there with both feet Although I am not diapoaod to depreciate the value of leg talent in journalism vot in the I this particular girl I regarded the n as a base libel on the entire journalistic layout So far as I can see in my limited experience of two ami a half years a woman succeeds even as a man succeeds by hard work and brains and when she can prove to her chief that she is able to sit down and write a plain tern without stopping to ask if her hat is on straight there is every prospect for her ultima It has been my fate p that 111 journalism a wumas vuti llt delicateaud beautiful courtesy aual ration tir Walter Raleigh threw Queen Elisabeth inty feet might lie ire of London town a lay tlie rW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hand-in-han- business man can injure himself more than he would think by having a rittcr few little debts past due hanging over llll Iui er mm t lie tune and interest that lie rea il a run ceives through such a course are nothing compared with the disadvantages he s compelled to undergo He may think inin no one knows of his indebtedness but himself and his creditors wherein he is CO mistaken If he does not pay his debts KKir vot tkmikk when they fail due his creditors make no will effort to conceal that fact but on the K nr temper till the bill other hand they almost invariably man who will speak of it in their business inK gbl hi and betttritig tercourse and as little as he might Keep 0 r temper think so everybody himself but Let tlie worlii wi as it will is talking about it Business men per will avoid such a man and have nothing lab a hill til k r turn a mill to do with him liv such a policy lie ter itill has to pay more in the end for what he Kle- p yt ir temper buys than the promst navimr man ami et there by an e loses many good trades if a tradesman Keep ymr temper and many good customers if in singthe rye Sum ular business II perchance he seeks a t very high public othee by aeaaon of disregard for his K per obligations he places himself in a hod Atlanti Constitution light and thereby destroys his eiainis to popular favor however well qualified he What do von think of a walking man mav be to hold positions of trust and riding in a buggy And then to A man who owe responsibility one horse man riding in a double team his a better reputation than he wl ues Look out for mobs and jobs carriage twenty men little BUS ting 100 00 t So run all your little debts into one if you desire to get along well and be prosSOCIAL WSB IS INKXTKll IBIY ill IIMo perous INlill Mi KM 00 hundred women and ail talking For fishiug frelicing and good health at once and all calling each other by their Christian names and communi gi to Koekcaslle Springs Pound trip cating their affairs with artless free tickets 011 the I V N one and one third dom It is very delightful that security the members of aoeh a aociety feel it is It has cured others and will cure vou worth a fortune to Ik socially able to be The poor and badly dreasad and provincial if is true only of Ay cis Sarsaparilla one has a mind to And everybody is motto suits tl e medicine and the medicine related to everybody else which admits ihe motto What letter assurance could you have that a remedy will cure vou of dramatic situations lor instance your correspondent stood in the door than the tact that it has cured multitude wav at tlie reception and heard an inno- of others cent stranger get herself into a maze like Sonic lime ago I was troubled with an this attack ol rheumatism I used Chamber- Â¬ What a very queer looking woman lains Pain Halm and was completely cured there in the black alpaca gown and the I iave since advised manvofmv friends sailor hat who on earth is she and customers to try the remedy and all Mv aunt Mrs ieiieral speak highly of ft Simon-- Goiubmm Ob no no no t that refined high- Â¬ San Luis Rev Cal For sale by W F bred looking ladf no that one next Towers and T S Hagan druggists that queer pen n I have two littlegrandchildren who are h that is mv first cousin Mrs Asso teething this hot aimaief weather and are ciate Justice Ih no not that one hut this is a troubled with bowel complaint 1 give specimen of the poaafbiiitiea of Rich them Chamberlains Colic Cryjlera and and it acts like a mond social life The passing stranger Diarrhoea Remedy I earnestly recommend charm it for went ie aud wrote a new catechism Who was the most tortunatc man in children with bowel trouble I was mv sell taken with a severe attack of bloody the liihle Melohiradar because he had neither Ilux with cramps and pain in my stomach father nor Bait hut nir parents nor one third of a bottle of this remedy cured me Within twenty four hours I was out geaudparents of bed and doing my house work Mus And the nest favored by Providence W 1 DixKix Bon aqua Hickman Who hut Joshua the son 0f Nun Co Tenn For sale bv W F Powers Rica and and T S Hagan druggists 00 A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rca In ll mnf 00 - Â¬ Notice to Contractors Three Three be received b the Presi- dent until for pike Bid t1 n July 7th 1894 Speedville Kingston and Menalans turn- Rev C W Clapham Tho foil wing come voluntarily from a highly steeiuei eleryyirau of ti M E church pastor ef tb Church Oreelc circuit la Dorchester County Maryland C I Hood Co Lowell Maw I feel It a duty to the public to snd this rsr tiQcite I saw In a Ilitlalrlptili paper a lettar from a man who had suffered from I Six II One trie 1 mid lor one mile r more j il two r one half or for the to ntjet If You Need a Now is a Dress or all Profile at W Powers Drug Si ire Riehoionl ry rw runner intormaiion call on or adil 11 I Muscular Rheumatism and had beeu restored by the use of Hoods Rar aparilla I had tlie grip In the winter of lit and W so severely that it deprived m of th use of my arms so that ray wife bad to dress and oudress me and when away from borne I had to sleep in my clothes I tried five doctors aud not oue accomplished anything Then I saw the letter allude I to and determined to try special ale of Good we will al- I nt dela but -- - vmir time a- - tip Dr PARKES President Kingston Kv BssBsarvBrsrsaTssjBssav hsBLERSnif f BUCK EYE OINTMENT rifllll 114 hoods Sarsaparilla ii j 1 -- ds yfK mv rcuj X jj CURES NOTHIHG BUT PiLESg 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 7 m M known for 10 years as the iBEST REMEDY for PILES T n SOTD BY ALL lRl oTllHTs sss c s teos Vngni irsirnAE - j - Hoorfs Before I had taken one bottle I hail the use of my arms thank God These are facts and can he verified by many persons here J M Colston Church Creek supplied me with Hoods I am pastor of the M E church here C W Cupham Church Creek Maryland ND If you decide to take Hoods Sarsapa not Induced to buy any other Instead Hoods Pills curn- liver ills constipation biliousness jaundice sick headache uidigestioo CURES am til fiiriiisliini Jellico and Beafiyuille Coal jLh KLlxLL5 wM Hal - an imineiis stM k miners tiilve began bat Died about 1 The Mutt uk ncic lql Itemedy lr K ever it eiTeeu and does not r This Supply Is Nearly Exhausted KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and ten is to personal enjoyment when rightly uaed The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with less expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best amdstUa to the needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the jmre liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and ptaas-ant to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a pt rfect lax- Â¬ ative effectually cleansing tlie system dispelling colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to millions and inet with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kiil s Iiver and Bowels without weik- ii euing them and it is perfectly free from ty objectionable substance Syrup ot fjm is for sale hv all drugÂ¬ gists in 50c and bottles but it is man- ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only whose name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informed you will uot accept any substitute if offered 1 Kendalls Spavin Cure Dr n J Kksdali Irrrut Socc And no more can 1h secured until the miners rtMiin account of tlie scarcity of coal far the present I will - op 11 no Ark Aug - 26 10 a ti facil u thstl I fjwernrj i Xioulilcrl loin in shoe Bail K001 rre liaioriuriK s ljinririSi j He anl Iut w HruNi w ti- nt for manor I It to nil Iiini-li tvcwivrktslon ure valuable wuuUt rc wortaleas neiit I is it1 Infor prainn aril SBV It Ij llA k w o WKIiUS irusy lulus n llii Joliit Kendalls in lru 50 BUSHELS for immediate delivery toniers may be suiinlicd Asistnts 1 Kendalls Spavin Cure Moht Dr n J Keicdau Otliti In thn stopiMsi sin- Thi s s s arv in ortlcr liiat all x 11 Vist Coin Tec 21 ISJ9 r h Kills Vt UaueHi nldlxe ir I ever neaees nei titer f tn- hvk 100 Kruard The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreided disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh BMOn bat never be deluded with an idea that vou can escape that place on Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive the other side of purgaton unless you cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease re pay the printer quires a constitutional treatment Halls 00 Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting Have you been around the world directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Joe of the system thereby destroying the No but my arms have been around foundation of the disease and giving the about all that I want of it patient strength by building up the con- Â¬ 00 stitution and assisting nature in doing its It ia easier to look an honest man in work The proprietors have so much the face than it is to find the uiau faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollar for any case that 00 Put a pig in a parlor and it would im it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address FJ Cheney Co mediately begin to look for fawi Toledo O JLirn SWSold bv druggists 75c 00 Just think captain the major has Ilainrrow in the Sanrtom actually married a rich old maid b- The CLiMAxrecentlv received a large viouslv he wanted to have his golden box of Raincrow chewing tobacco and wedding at once it lays open in the sanctum FHinl Batter Every new 00 subscriber who coires along helps himself nam to out iiobb to a twist noticing the abundance of it and since we come to think about it every Pay as you go new subscriber is perfectly welcome to Never fool in business hours take a twist of this tobacco aiong with Jeani to think and act for yourself him free gratis and for nothing and if Do not kick everyone in your path Dont stop to tell a storv in business he does not pronounce it the best he ever saw tlien lie is no judge of the weed hours Keep ahead rather than behind A splendid chance unless you get the 100 Â¬ An editor puts it this wav You mav hive all the stars in a nail keg hang the ocean on a nail to dry put the sky in a gourd to soak unbuckle the belly band of eternity and let out the sun and rtient il Yvur3 trmy Chas C D L Pattii h- CODloCC a COOLEY L R BLANTON and dr Mainoitiee Branch I tors t er hotifr or nix hntth for rastfaaa hure it r ran get it or rM or it mill KIHt fo any rf rfni u receipt oprien by the proprie- Â¬ 5 Iriri- - Mm and Yard 3u- - All at urt t- - DR B J KENDALL CO Enosburgh Falls Vermort WHITE Railroad Wreck Smash rK C GIBSON ai Bfaagiiteriag Prieos Nljeet Wot of ai CrookOd ii DONT FORGET WE HAVE THE LARGEST SPRING STOCK WE HAVE EVER HAD Lawns at cst j 3c a jrS lv4rHd Wool Henriettas lac a ZhXT Gh -- ard S ferth a jard wort 45c M w Mens Suits U SO LATEST STYLES AND PRETTIEST GOODS AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH EVERYBODY j worth Laundr ieo Shirts 12 worth4 Boys worth io Mens Bovs Suits 60 worfh anj Mens Straw Hats c up 5c - Mens and TJtV - Hoy f Ladir Vests ae La lies pt Children Handkerchiefs 2 c - Childrens Lace Caiw Ice w yard Laces jc a ard Waists 30c wont IIc coilviiie jLjrjD lliii- il Have order system regularitv and also promptness If you have a place of business lie there w hen wanted A man of houor resists his word as he does his Iwnd Do not meddle with business you know nothing at wot ma oas gat rich by sitting around e in oueiLiy bv Wetks Cah Prices where before buying it - - mmmum aim ls raits art 1 loos OX TUR Ladies Slippers oc up Ladies Saitor Hat 2cc 10c a pair Ladies Seamless Hose loc M KKKT Stfci ifit tile IKKTTIKST Biead like your mother used to make Week sells ii at 4c loaf LIST OF LETTERS June i 1804 tlark AC Dmmf W Hsuchun I MOUR FANCY GOODS DFPflRTMFNT Trunks at half price fioooo worth of Tailor Madekfi i the dollar Can eis and IJi I nth ii-n- 111 kc COME EARLY AND GET THE BARGAINS Suits a- Remaining nnclaimcd in the 1ost OfSce at Kchmnnrt Ky for the week endinji DC T THE ii t where Come and WHITE 1CIIMOXD GIBSON Ii ford be NEW YORK STORE 2cse THp fM MAY VlllYly WK I JVNE 27 Koekeastle Springp liockrartte tonnes Where loafer Rockra- i is the place vie ipiotrt tl la in to kill Kquirreh tl sja for health an erasure Csamon ShihVt in the omntv o nl lias be is verv ill at bin mine read what Mr ad - Richmond consumed WO000 pill hineton ibted Mt Sterling is sustaining favorable reiwrt for murders pretty well This time the v rnanaiitlsii oa vmr victim is a white man exan- laints of the house on a bill to pay to der a painter with several bunds was the Madison Female Institute at Rich- Â¬ returning from work in a spring ann mond Kr the use of its when they met aroYrpbrof wsiroTs building- - as a hospital luring the war with Ininber owned InoVr- A Rain ey The iriven by auetioneer rr noi fin Bojl eattleoii Hie narkel last Mn lay court aaejrre and crowded Alezaixlera acaaaa lay in Winchester raiijrini in quality ncatlvotlthe fnke Alexander lemon ii in plain to common The bestoCor-- atratad and Anderson cametotbe ni Lios iiirll Sennas inl rough aid After a few words Anderson drew a big knife and plunged it into AlexL tifiod mules lV t n I s heart dey who was aman crown in town with A in render attempted to atop An U lay 10 and was badly cut Alexander Arrangements are underway at Mal a wile and fix children Ander Which when inn led will sburthorn A one disth from I PrmtShostkro IEKSUNAL sing with much interest and 1 vY1 vS that r - 1 i - ware at verv tempi A 11 Hrarilmi ave Mijp themselves pavilion is ther imp are in progress which will attract and make a visit there delightful Dont forgot Mallory I toisit w av hii it i en i with them is eanoesi the vited In main to address that organization Julv rv During the niei ting of the Chant July 3d to ith the K 9 1 k I make a rate m one and ne thini round trip iimencenient low rat A son the turning K srjnnaon rr C Lean Kid The editor of the Williamshuri complains that be is botbei Isnsnanror of the Adeocaac u e clean T1 position to tstotbe amount of 22000 for building resulted in a for and n spitI that aj i inliratci proposition would be d I liad the faith to make this one day before the election - will carry the school el tod majority f dyed bone made his appearance at itoeia track bnt week ItwasdV i that the animal was none other the three year old ooit r j Dance Byron McOlellan loan unknown in the Eaat hist year f toctod in work in a ringer on the La-- fr r v nne ia numerous reedeti - lu1 i net ni a1 ii having the liois iB oi riouslyaathej w i - - irt n ipened a nee I i bj former lj F W Miller as a lt ii In wl ri appropriated building a new turnpike the rell Kingston and Menclaus subscriptions have been to insiii ietion Mr J - tlie President and in this 0 I is i for In to die in nsti action of the road b tice to contn they are rejiiired to have their v7 10 A i went on ti nn to ristian ran Mo i she was in M i very N I jiiit it C H law will iV i I - the mi In on itional the SO In rm vs white ruling i j rett Hi ilslire which 11 01 be a valu - He wac n ud Wil en- - alth ij were Hi id t virulent are I ir count y B Willi- - and Jill shal larrish ided 7 the i ii M tetumini Sunday from an appointment at Klkin aetiilenl occoiri him Tlcarried theninternal iajai He red to over near the In making out tin th Miss liirdie Tudor and her stan ing wasacct dentallv omitted and therefore did not Ih appear in the published eral average entitled bet I claas certificate which slie icceived IMAX done If the amount of busm I by the liichmond Ii that ul- ume and solidity as are the ice venders ir like clajis hanoD of yells that split th ulate that of thnnder it is ki everv st We -- fv ear Moatetl bondholder manebe Indian to put hi ings against Ihaae I district listrict n and name of the voting precinct in that di All the uhic roads in each i tcfa laborers are to were ly named and designated and then superin aries accurately given for each road disti iut will inted hy the County The work of the o lay ers which was well done are 17 distinct public roads in th ty Lawrencebnrjj has on cations on record a dub of pop- who defy the fate and super stition ot the universally baited number mbership being exactly The dab which has beea that manv in existence now three years has both literary and social features and they pro- m live down the heliet oncerninj rtune that attends the number Tbirtoea magazines are received and read they meet thirteen I lines a year thebaaqaet table when thirb It at which thirteen eoareai are served is generattv understood that the club was zed under difficulties not a few aske to beeome men hers refusing road 1 Mr Aurelius Vance has been in A nnmlier of our beat son coiintv say tiat far Mad tw - now Iteing harvested heat It is cral fanners to thr--- luring the pasftwo wer purpose of selling a patent ritrht for the re of laundry Map He has exhibited sjiecimcns o the soap which be au excellent quality nnni favor tin of mannfaitturiug ol ii u iiuM 1 Ore t tig it at 4o ecu hy i that means thev ish on it wii saaleara oats and bean set ba In the Stanton KiiWbreil was given hot dollar doing tatoes have ry weather Jidin ie p n iv organized for thai poi its manufact Â¬ video Mr V share of stock snjerinten ure a ofhis experlenee anmaking Bt M v r iaaae stealing Tnn cas menwealth against Breathitt 4 tfce i Oonl at derof iuiseand w the Feb-- ruary term received a I - reversed bytl i acntmif Ifhewi themselves n terms there will capital In tut all the it ins pi in take care of the mai thecitiaens was relee Mi n hail ltd tioa in ar lest iasan was - mules or oxen twenty cenr QUESTIONS OF LAW The attendance each pleasure earriart draa n by two i nig services are Bible readings We horses or mules tweafoafQa comrnactmm tor ntrawiK pai Mi s Hacker of Stanford was in of the congregation read Members can not give the entiie schedule of rates town Saturday pture and the evangelist comments fee law requires one to le pted on orenea Hood is visi in Mrs upon them which is nrticb ruoreiuterest nt of each toll house The Cii- V W Hush at Winchester iiiL than sermons w has on hand a sUx k of rate tables Miss mile Brandenburg of Jackson - itlicUnt to supply every turnpike in the Rev W J Diran writes to theCnv w is in the city visiting friends inty that the Methodist camp meeting begins d faitf Mrs Ellen Witherspoou of exington tu s sianiinjf live at Mate Lick Sjiiiigs June Jlh and lasts i ilierwise they w lotse raics are is the guest of Mrs SalKe Bus 11 miles apart and in that pi opinion for a until Jul sth This energetic and zeal Â¬ What is the practical distinction if less distance hut when there is a frac The Misses Huls if Lexington are vis- ous divine with competent assistants A huge gathering is ex any between a fee simple title and an tiou of annul of a mile or more less will conduct it iting the Misses Jones near the city than live miles toil may be charged Studext Mr S T Banadell of llarrodsberg pec teal EveryboaTy who wishes to en- unlimited use Practically jl do not see that there is at the gate next thereto ior the fraction joy a camp meeting of ye olden time was in the city last week on husin get the baskets of provisions in any real difference although theoretical- Â¬ in the proportion that its length bears Mrs Lena Stivers of Lexington is via should Is in whit ly there may be The statutes of uses to live mil readiness and lo to this one it i i Miai Lena Stivers near Richmond or county is interested have no right ts m in t he re ui in such cam tlna The Bible Institute at Georgetown will Miss Cat ilit Barbour is at the Cincinm 2gjfi charge ministers ni when on itr 4T3 prouabh continue its sessions through pie use in Al nati Conservatory of Music taking a nor to charge toll ministerial duty Z7Z y ICQO Dr T D Witherspoon of this week umI authoriry It is reported upon coarse in music Is it a fraud to conceal a fraud to and from school Richmond delivered three intensely in that a nnmber of farmers in the neigh- Â¬ Vli IIM Mrs Pliancy Lackey of Stanford is teresting but if any other person than tl e sc lectures the first on Palestine borhoods Whites Station have within visiting the family of Mr C It is Answer Smith which was illustrated with stereopticon and the driver shall oempy the vehicle the past few days lien sufferers hy the and other relatives in the city full toll may be charged Funeral pro views by Dr J F Eastwood the second depredation of thieves fiianlrn heiw Who are legal voters at a regalsr school ing to and from place of burial Mr W A Hamilton of Mt Sterling on The ld Testament Types of Christ entered and meal stolen Chicken election Geo M ng to and from the and pi He was in were isiii It is alleged district town last weekCong - a seventh and the third on The Enistles in their At an election for tro Answer customed place of worship shall candidate for FOR QL0THE5 Chronological Order the Time and Oc that one farmer had over one hundred the qualified voters o the district shall charged soil If any toll gate Collector C II Rodea of Richmond casion of their Having Been Written chickens stolen from him in one night GAMOLI CO CIMTT THE PKOCTEn he the electors and any widow having shall charge in excess of the legal rate and others suliered almoat to the same visited the office of the Stamp Deputy a child between six and twenty years ol he is liable to a tine of ten dollars tor Ccrliliralrs irantetl Colored VcailiPrs lesday It is thought that it is the work extent age and any widow or spinster having a each offense and it the owners or au- Turniiike Rasa Caaanaanei in Wftett Can of the thirty seven applicants for of an organized gang of thieves in which gave a six oclock Miss Maie Ballard tj r State teres Htaek WiH TuWe county certificates twenty six received wanl between said ages may also vote thorities of any such road authorize a would a xood plan for the tea Monday afternoon in honor of her At an election tor district taxation any greater charge than the legal rate tbey Nti e farmers to onjpUMaa Uo and wait on these cousin from Missouri Miss Hattie Bal certificates as hereunder widow or spinster residing in the district are liable to a tine of fifty dollai IIIAITKI tl General Averagi midnight marauders A little quiet and lard who is a tax payer or who has children every excessive charge made by their 84 1M chuss Sueadldie IUincau An act t latic action might prove effective Mr W II Gibeon brother of Dr II B within said ages to be educated is a authority MaryT Dnnson chapter two hundred an it addaas This is getting to he a serious matter I Gibson who has been attending qualified voter Olera Turner toe not only in the Section referred P hut returned to his home in Virginia Satur tcis i ADJOINING COUNTIES Under 18 years and no certificate hundre Ian in othe parts of the county as well In dav evening What is the territorial jurisdiction of a granted ty thn An act t is a matter of Misses Kathleen Iovntz and Klizabeth tsTIII NB tfeorfje E Hampton and control turnpi si lM dass Notary Public rn to a fanner or any me EwingOwings Miss Poyntzs attractive Laura Tyler Brn to M W Sowards and wife a M Udaas Answer Notaries have only a local rads awake in the morning and dis- guest left yesterday afternoon a a visit Maud Mickey 8s 1st class jurisdiction in Kentucky that is they daughter Irene cover that his smoke house and chicken to Estill Springs Louis Wilson and yonng babe 88 1st clan can only exercise their official functions Etta Campbell d cleaned oat by thieves Misses Lizzie and Jean Cohen of Nannie Bush 71 2d class in the county lor which they are coin- - died ou the joth inst Tii at sect Lawrence uig and Miss Katie Cohen of ieorge Miller Fourth of July - ciL s but in Arizona Connecticut Born to Ed Crane and wife a irl and Mrs Feland Alex Bcndder FxeurBJon rates to all stations on the 7i Id class Minnesota Maryland Massachusetts alloy The girl tired only a few and Wm Bice 87 1st dans Michigan Indiana New York Oregon U 4 None and one third fare round on Seventh street Alls DiHard lotts died o s Ilaynes 66 3d class Smith Carolina Vermont Washington Mr Webber Sales am wile who have trip Interment at Clay t dam tare to Lexington and return and Wisconsin notaries may act through City been visiting in Texas Kansas and Mis- Tillie B Turner 87 1st class out the entire State and arc not con Â¬ Mn rett F White Monday looking well Special train will leave Lexington at 130 souri returned Mrs James M Henry died on the pith 71 3d dam fined to their own counties N t so in p in arriving at Richmond at 1140 p m They had a pleasant trip through the Belle Sinipson ars Her infant died on 84 2d class KeutUckv Tillie B Gentry Parties desiring can leave Lexington West Loth B Jaraaan 2d cbttc 84 Sarah on regular train arrivina il 71 Mr Charles Chenault a h in i shall t Mrs William BiekneH pm Minnie Bennett deal - in- to whom lettei ior an man of Richmond ha- Â¬ live daughter ol M Plielps t class 88 Bcttio invention have been granted by the Iliar Hu Are Igaia Saturday Amelia Pliel - Sd class mnd to comply with the ter Mrs James Elmore near Bnrgin our friend of Biehmnnd are hop ii A cat fish weighing M Robinson ponnds was class i ordinances of the va ly tangled on acliool anairs Wiw caught in the river at Irvine by OS si i 2d dast rious stapTi and towns in manufacturing harity L Boyston of Richmond Miss S Russell Letcher and vending the patented article young ladv to secure i degree lames Harris Wrong again brother Richmonds 7 Black 2d class Central University She is a beauL Bettiford ll class and t Mill Answer grand shape lust you watch us We tiful girl and a brilliant one a B H Boyston 87 1st class federal government are ranted for the known in Lexington Coy Sanders was thrown from a horse Haynes was examined for a iL se of protecting the inventor turnpi and badly hurt Mi C B Miller formerly agent for mildingin this city that tbey will state certificate on the same day Her from the adoption of Co in this the United states Express Id them city tax rati of Lancaster has examination papers were collected and his ideas by the others In a city but at present agent for that com forwarded to the - which in- fixed for next year state Board of Exam- - the United States Kind Words Far a ItuliMinnil kVeefetary that the id pany at OwenslKiro was in Riehi rater works t letters patent do not protect the ini Saturday afl Last Monday was Coo day Matters hd ileal ional muni- Â¬ Mr Miller lni a pleasant call II Dennett - m upon M and the dullest in years rarmi The meeting ot tire Kentucky Educa Â¬ cipalities and as against aquaintances here who iriii the Central Methodist bnsy to come to town Offerings Few women in mr He looks web tional Association to be held this week municipalities they confer no done were liappy to see him - ditto infringeand if anything more has grown band will he an important vent ii school cir- Â¬ on him save in the matter Mi s BeHe II Adams and Miss cles in Kentucky and preparations have ment of bis patent Theonly Renm souier been made for the recaption oi several has as against the States are conferred were married at the home of the bride on given as freely as the light and heat of On Tuesday evening Mrs II B DilIt was the most noted the 20th inst v thrown hei- n Slie lingham gave a six oclock tea at her hundred delegates The meeting oi the upon him by general law and tin lion which holds its in t session stitution of the Enil nee in imnor of her two charming lay will be preceded by an Instistruct ion Company The Am nr municipalities have air ur Christ- - little grandchildren Misses Bessie Bay tute Conductors Convention which will to levy any license or tax which amounts of Lancaster have been award and the lare results are due burn and nault Among the idy attended by some of the to an interference itl interstate com Â¬ tract for putting in water w irks and ire P her nntiring la Misses Laura were thtown leading educators of the State merce votion to her w of Walker and visitor Maggie Butler inc of the interesting features oi the Trt i tli and visitor Madge Jra Vsrans Nsme week will be the displays made by BOOM What - an escrow or a died F iiirner ot Winchester and Katie Smith of On the old slate pike about two miles the lea ling pohliescbcols ol Kentucky in i si row r Lie Tevis and Masters Joe Chenault Thirty thousand pounds of Stanford is au ancient iiow tree Many of the lowiis wiil send entire the An escrow is a deed which Answer Meal Bennett The in tly at Lexington for 5 i per 112 to be over a century old - made by them in the educational vered to a third party p n im- people enjoj yonng ids Stanford is authority t Frank- Â¬ lion therein containe is per- Â¬ in cut at the Worlds Fair y n are Some good women o that mure than centuiy ago fort has already sent a handsome display formed It mr Mi lo build a lion and others are on the way or in con lit it this city have accepted of that city had been usin preparation leiivi red to the grantee Christian k riding and Mrs A T Million Madison countys Texas Miss Mary is to take charge I and A r iits a hi us- to 11 for two it Superintendent of Iui K that this venerable tree is the product- of the music department and Miss Annie is on the program in the discussion of t la agrees to paint it He does not offer t meeting at The Holiness camp hang will teach music on the violin The the subject a Mothers Influence The paint it for over a year alter B has taken more Sanctified un ladies in music main it is by all means Is that in a reasonable time mu and We n ABS peat r are el to till the respoi ath t ii - tree the certificate S A thing or act to be they have been offered and have The best field of corn the Joqrna en by all railroads and the hotels That they will give entire and boarding houses will make reduc-- reasonable must be conformable or ii A able just rational If the contract of Willi- Turley Ablaze will start Powell lion no one can pics ion who is Well the 8 oi matter 0 stipulates that the painting was ar with their knowledge of music pike on an average it lo about ion in Kentucky has taken done within a reasonable time the four feet high A bate charmed Richmond and great strides during the pas few years law would require the same to be here and much of the progress is due to We have offices that go begging Na within that time but it does not define Heath ni T i Fneni with their delightful performani mil in the city to ciation work as began in county organi- Â¬ what a reasonable time is Thisqni pa weU 3t Turisy S T -- re losses and violin Can lhtrdette zations and carried out in a mure com- Â¬ is left to be fixed by circumstances and sealer of weights and mt Christian one of the leading prehensive manner by Ig oil inst tor hence the County Judge the state society the usages of business schools in Texas The building Wc at t le en unalile to comply with th B a so agree toafnrnish a heating handsome one and cost 150 000 It is Business rearinfn hurch in this city the foil for a family room in said boose No clock Elder vV F Smith heated by steam lighted by electricity The week has been rich in promise but James A Roberts of Brannon tried a Pa vaU dimensions of stove were named B All rt lasses 7 Burial in the Richmond baa an elevator and the seating capacity poor in performance It wan confidently gvim leap from the rear platform of the Turisy 3 for pupils js 4l0 The many friends of promised that exorts of gold would furnished a little fiat stove with both the C n tery trout door slides out s that the front rapidly moving night accommodation Mr Friend had been ill four weeks the Missis Huls have reason to congratu- Â¬ hut they have not It was prom en and the stove would not heat after it had passed hi- - station and in fortune in ised thaUthe end ot the coal strike would with typhoid fever He came from his late them upou tin Uence was considerably bruised securing lucrative and pleasant positions bring immediate recovery of industries the room and A put it out of the b Indiana to Kentucky t tilling the contract Who is m about the face and Iiini years ago and settled in Irvine where but partial resumption of work disdoucc A error PS Firss diati aad tnxsa haYVI MATKIM0XIAL ced the undertaking and furcomparative scantiness of demand for WOCld siacs its r Inst Saturday evening Messrs V I been In Answer The party failing to comply niture business in a small way but by prodncta while the miners of Ohio in Smith T B Crntcher Jr W K Boas PcMOlltt Tnxlgy w ith the spirit and also the letter of the clock Bev Eugene convention have repudiated the settleclose application together with ley and J t C k lour young men ol Tur- of Shelby comity Ky and Miss ment and continue the strike and in contract is in the wrong of course Insure ti ilihcations he soon found this place drove down to Brooklyn to ley i his hands a growing little fortune Charlotte Witherspoon eldest daughter many other localities it lingers and ja select a fishing point somewhere on the What is a circular as contemplate that was the subject of frequent re- of Dr and Mrs T n Witherspoon were above all the coke workers strikeAdocks la a Critical tumlttim Kentucky river expecting to return V 8 postal regulatb marks hy his friends who witnessed his married at the residence of the brides most of the iron manufacture in the cen- under the now Tuesday with tentand tackle for i Man ii xt apid stride t an enviable rank in mer parents in this city tral region less than a quarter oi the A river rat by the name of Den K Ull port Answer This question lias been asked cantile circles His methods were al coke ovens being yet at work It was uiaGoforth agreed t row them down der old bi Weckesier Lay 30th inst a large numlier iair and honorable and no one believed that the late changes in the several times and as there seems to be the stream but Uoti the return trip that ilives and friends assembled at the tariff bill would be more satisfactory to some doubt as to what constitutes a could justly bring reproach against his Fire is a sosd servant fettl a Tjad night he anchored the craft in the mid 11 following constructi er He was a memlK r of the residence of Mr and Mm James mastsr j Porell Turley industries but the new schedules have circular the die of the river opposite Brooklyn and the law is given lloggs to witness the marriage of theii not yet diminished hesitation Btiail Church at Irvine trates Legal blank of all demanded s0 before he would take A circular is a printed letter which iter Miss Lillian May to Mr V o He leaves a wife who was a Miss Boen The exports of gold have been s7 1 iimw of BooneviUe Kv The home tn0 during the week notwithstanding according 0 internal evidence is lieiiiir them to shore The young men demur and o Evans if James Been of Kin ible sent in identical terms to several persOan red but Goforth threatened to edl his oTise was profusely d at va- - continued and more liberal sale of ex and two small children q A circular dH s not lose its character as gang if they did not pay up p d of ch rietv is and running vines change against products to be exported Lok out for arss as well as storms Mie of the yonng men finally pulled his Tin- Daetafi Meet lii v W K Smith of the Christian in July and at rates further away from such when the date the name ot the ad 3Pawell St Turley Oat la t Tuesday evening the Ma ea and of the sender are written kniU and ordered Dennis to take his Church performed the ceremony sight exchange The Hood of money New f atari Auit Cantor iouery County lractilioneis luh met at the Iv alter the ceremony the couple left for from the interior amounting to about therein nor by the correction oi mere place in the rear of the boat and the Fresh bread rolls and cakes every day other three managed to push the boat to typographical errors The date if writresidence of It J M IVyntz About Louisville Cincinnati and other points 1000iHftKHI for the first half ot ISU con A Returning tbey will make a brief stay at tinues to show the greatly reduced de Â¬ ten must he the date of the circular and land when they bade Dennis a hasty Also ice cream and r the Usiial number was in attendance 2- I Jo paper on Functional Headaches was Kstill Springs and the home of the bride mand for funds and at the same time not the ilate on which something is good night Jficholascillt J ninud Ttt reread by Dr loyntz which was highly near the city If Are you in it insurance heavy liquidations in reorganizing rail acknowledged therein to have been CL VliK edifying and profitable The usual dis in it 2 Towel V Tut roids especially by foreign holders have ceived or at which something is to be Wheat and Chaff in the Winchester cussion of subjects came up in regular This afternoon at oclock Br W Operated as a magnet to draw abroad the done or is to occur An elegant new Chickering Pia If the money spent by the wealthy order which awakened interest and af- White and Miss Minnie B Smith will be unused coin of the eoiintrv The Trees The permission to correct typographical Sun sale Apply at 15- forded much mutual profit s is caamarried at the residence of the bride nry gold reserve is leduced lower than it errors does not include the right to and middle classes ingoing to watering y an cUgant repast was prepared Whohive the best compa tics Ar Elder W F Smith officiating minister was at any time in January and GovÂ¬ change prices ill writing or make writ- planes to sweat and swelter in a mixed Turley and spread lieore the Chili and there Only a few intimate friends will lie pres Â¬ ernment proposes to ship legal tenders ten alterations in the text Matter print- society was spent in perfecting the san- Powell 3J itary conditions of their homes and bean ueie marked indications that the chef ent The couple will leave for Lexing- to interior points against deposits of gold ed in circular form with blank S Tennessee Excavates U Uarrnal 1 am inclined to dn cuisine who presided ver the trei ton by carriage thence on a tour to think the iu the Treasfiry at rates wivich virtually left for written insertions must when tifying them inond Tne Knights Ten many gfMl tings in the tion of existence would be greatly aration of the Lookout Mountain and Ashville constitute a premium on gold The con- filled out in writing e prepaid at the Cornmandcry N in elegant menu jhiletter rate of postage A printed receipt enhanced uniplishinetrtBin the Talk like this may not help ference of New York bankers proposing ly equipped v to train Gross cuisine art that nnv one would envv Oeorge O Bark and Miss Ilia P to provide gold for exjiort resulted in with the name of the sender or receiptor the man with the best and coolest loca- Â¬ Middlcsborough Cumberland Gap and lining rxiin wxs tastefully decorated Broaddiis of Union City were united in little practical gidu but called public at- written therein or signed thereto is not tion on earth but it is hi riiie Harrogate Tewn J it fail with the Clubs colors yeilow and blaek marriage Thursday at the home of the tention more distinctly to the difficulties a circular but is tirst elass matter A sensible view from the V thU cordially invite did no adjourn until past one brides mother The Club of the situation Demixrat Most lenders now re- Â¬ It is continuous effort that hil outing- - Dont fail to take this oclock Snbjeined is the menu which quire a stipulation for gold payments in The following taken from the Ball jays iu advertising as in everything else in and see the wonderful developments of speaks for itself all time loans The customs receipts for Mali azette London England will be A businessman doesnt keep his store th it country RELIGIOUS I Pinnacle I the week have been idStrJllo against of interest to the readers of the Legal oien one day iu the week or oie week cave and spring and if yon desire take Strawlirrnin the month or three weeks in the vour dinner at the fam his Four Seasons Hit last year and the internal Column 11 aa Nor aii ni Tts l 4VJ00 thicken The th levenue also decreases Mr Comtnispioner Kerr has just de- Â¬ year If he advertises that way that is Hotel tor to mf itorm tosrd sea D P Arm A frail bar market for commercial paper is singularliumii ft ijzht livered a characteristic judgment Blaint the impre sion people will get III bencath--on- e id ith ly narrow w ith extreme caution in the ill proved the delivery of are very forgetful They have to think J SmD Smith In leiue to hurl them to an scrutiny of names cigars by produving his books wherein prettv hard to remember the vice presi- Â¬ IV CommiLee Where was the Friend iT voice might Is that dential candidates two campaigns lack The he had debited the defendant The Winchester Democrat says V Fire insurance Powei 5 Turley 3 1 ry winds to cease and yet they were pretty well advertised Een your evidence said the ju officers of one of our city eharebas are lit up your It has been truly said that To be in style smoke Ka Now attend to me was the reply You at the time He nhoui yoa need comes now to your release seriously considering a plan whereby the Cofi go straight home ami take that book the time to advertise is all the time awl loafing of young men in the lobKy of the Insure with Powe iV Turley 32 Upon the waters through the gathering loom ENTtrs Ii must obey Go to John James for the best confec- Â¬ e avoided There hastes the It has been with you into your private parlor andÂ¬ churel Salted almnnds jutklcs olives r dealer sells Racim till up au entry that yon sold me a thouYe thought the Master care i not hut be sure sted that a slate be hung in th tioneries He selis lower than anybody sand tounds worth of cigars I never When him eay Ready printei togctiier with The be t compar promptly tibule so that the young ladies of the city g hearts be still Ah Dont go to sleep over your insarance iaws reia Powell JC Tin ic can he may register before entering the place smoke them the nasty things Enter Ii is listning ea ha caught thy ease cry Turley the date of delivery and send me an ac Powell liad at the Cliwvx office very cheap O Gall The young men who Racimo meai as you have done bare and I shall I The new law regarding ti rovidet Club Kates the habit of coining around just before count i to pay Then sue me and try to Dont neglect your suance Pow ry of every that the president an 9 ad yet could then consult ars have rolled av Commercial G the cl rice a w prove your case with this entry in youi and Turi2 road in which cither the county or State T i of continually annoying the Climax m own book Nonsuit with coal iall make at with the to as opening IxMiisvillc Commercial weekly and the Two Nicely Paraisben Keen county court during the month of July Lift up certain ill Climax 7v ifboiHl witn What are the rates of toll on the Iin w umjects Faiiui W he Cincinnati Enquirer twice tVttt and sh ut boird for rent at mo Th ladses chicle cuter Turnpike s when hi the Climax 2 30 -- B iva nuies or traction The pleasant effect and perfect safety My child tis I toi rates Above the roar he speaks Chicago Inter Ocean weekly and the IBRV Aim with which ladies may use the California and laws t wait until you are burned ou Climax 2 00 laxative Syrup of ler all lature Jwcriptions i of John ti IiH their favorite lvin ali turnpikes and gravel rn than any to the To get the true and gtmii v the Bt Bev T IT Are yea insured Powell Turley xk for the name of the Ca us Sih 100 at I P At Ifhiann IVORY R0CK CASTLE it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r Â¬ 50AP fiS AC 44 SPRINGS KENTUCKYS FAVORITE - ia PURE v Tl Â¬ 1m- - Â¬ RESORT - I - Â¬ I- al B 7- I Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - i i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I The i I Uarr-Burdett - - i I 1 Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ -- world Â¬ Â¬ - E art cjj Diuretic T five water that has no super Â¬ Â¬ of chronic anaaBM dy Â¬ Â¬ i tration catarrh asthma hay fever bron imjs uterine affections Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it ion ot boi iron lime magnoia and soda ride ot sodium lie Â¬ Chat-hinoog- -i Â¬ - drink is a ben iated Â¬ n fullv r ie thou an T Sanitary Condition Perfect Â¬ - 7 Altitude over 2000 feet A 1 fi 3- Â¬ sife i Retreat from i i 1 Itlfl Epidemics BaHdc 1j-x- - iri 50BB3 KEfITU CKT CENTRAL RY PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS CITY PE OPEHTY for sale UNDER KYFNOTIC INFLUENCE Tb Strength of Workmen Nearly doubled and They A 1K Â¬ Much More Work DR BLUE GRASS ROUTE st and Qwcheal Route from Central B th Kentucky to All Points M SMITH IlIYSHIAX AMD 8CRGHOM I Richmond At - - - KhNrrcKY Kti 1K T J TAYLOR Pi Ihrough service between Cincinnati Middletborough K n am k HMOND - - - KlMlVKV retry 3- - and Points on 1 1 LNRR Stkteial sinriHM - i HOMPATHRBT - u Effect Ian 1st 1S94 KlIIMM of KlNTlVKY caaen 3 BOUTH BOlNl iNuly lwily DR II R GIBSON PHYSICIAX AXD SURG EOS KlN I KY Air DR A II STEWART AND - PHYSICIAN RlCHKOKD - SlRGEOX - Kfin 3 ky C DR O A KENNEDY Kkvh KY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I DR c BALI PHYSICJ iSAXnSCRGKONt f Kkik A T KV K AT LI M I PHYSICIAX AXD SCRfiEOX Kin II w iui irr m d K PHYSICIAX AXD SlRGEOX 1K CLARENCE VAUGHT FKAN foreman in one of the Lake Erie shops has always been able to pet con siderably greater results in the way of I have a Fine New Resilience situated on work accomplished by his nun than Broadvra ami some very any other boat in the place with a like number of men says the Pittsburgh taken IL Dispatch The difference in the amount LOTS rk turned out was so great that KEPORTEO WBOXO used one of the other losses SO on different streets in the best neiglihor The inquisitive in town Aha houses and lots on investigate the cause doing all in his man knew he was Ots tai table lor Livery pablic conn power to keep his men at their ma- Â¬ Manu Si chines and even went so far as to keep Stable Mule continually trying SO hurry them up call on or further description factories Hut despite his efforts his fellow fore- Â¬ J H POWE1 I al Umax Office man always outdid him Finally when his attempts to dis- Â¬ cover the eause had failed he went to the successful foreman and asked TIE NEW CENTRAL HOTEL he obtained such an extraordinary howÂ¬ output The man turned to him and said Wnscm iik Kkntiiky 1 havent studied hypnotism for five years for nothing I have all my men hypnotized so that their strength is V V FanraiRToR almost doubled Do you see that felCO CA1 PQT low carrying that rod of iron Well v wnteh me make him drop it The foreman had no sooner spoken Groom Bese yere papers ieber git Sample Room the words than the workman dropped thintrs ri jht on First Floor the iron as if it were red hot and then Pride How so stonl as if transfixed or dazed Con- Â¬ Groom Y hy it saysive wu7 married have all at Hymens altar--a- n tinuing the foreman said it was at ale these men under my control and they Pshson Johnsons thats how Judge all know it I have inly to threaten PIKSTY Of KKVStlN them when anything goes wrong and you can lie assured things soon right hemelvcs As said there is a great I am prepared to dn all kinds of work my line and solicit your custom advantage in keepirg the men under I never permit them hypnotic power ItUGGIES WACONa ILK ESTIMG to tire but always make them labor ING MACHINES and Mi under the impression that they are chinery rcaired neally an modern Samsons It is peculiar what 01 k and a great Increase of strength can be given a man by hypnotizing him I noRHB have taken a man who was naturally A SPECIAlTY weak and sickly and after putting I have ei the services of Kick him under hypnotic influence he as one of the best turned upon a musculrr well built workmen ii tins section for tlu man and completely overpowered him Iced nic me a by sheer brute force So you can ap ite how I value my hypnotic power The record of my output will show that then- is at least one ajlvan t5 4 Then we g a hypnotist frequently have accidents about the shops It is not necessary to go for a Under the circum- Â¬ r for I can stop bleeding and ease Chicago Girl or banish pain by simply hypnotizing stances what would you do If you the portion of the body injured Now were in my shot lent at the plane to day I hi St IouislHrl Get lost Hallo over there which took off a portion of NO IHSIOY AtTV AIIIIH1II Brst finger It started to pain me frightfully bat I merely the member and it has not v J aCV pained me since Mb he The foreman who was less gifted in lc i STO ES 5Is JkV ar fc j les and lie powers looked on in amaze- S tsr at low and at the hypnotists recital i with a Well I never went hack to his work with a sigh Â¬ eighty live to a gentleman of eighty Kighty two sir echoed she two earl slightly lifting his hat to Mr Le vien Ill run you round the smare for a fiver Some days afterward Mr Levieu called on the writer again and remarked slowly and with much solemnity Ire K en thinking a great deal about that cliallege I wish I had SMUGGLING An Old Of till CORPSE of a Stolen Dtsmwu I aid James ever Murray an old railroad conductor ac cording to the St lo In Mexico when a foreigner id his fricpdi desirc tt send his body to bis native land the orern mclt exacts a tax of two hundred andfiftv dollars for the privilege of shipIn IHa it over the railroad brakeman died at Larrj Flaherty He Siluo on she Mexican Central poor fellow His mother who lived m Colorado but who bad come on to DUTse him wanted the body lnt raise the hipped money and the boys took up a collec- Â¬ tion but could only raise seventy two dollars Then loin Williams a jovial conductor put up B scheme to get the Olobe-Demo-cr- at I I the hi the pf cr arthles smuggled I time Oraode the queerest ier tonr distinct traclrs 01 exthe rails are continually in useforty five press trains run at a rote of to sixty miles per hour and are noted for their steadiness and for running on traffic Â¬ A HKATMW PHOHfIIlO 1 fn 5 tr -- The funeral was conducted I Â¬ L V 1 BLAGKSMITHING 111 1 mioiix nsual Two w a place in thegronnd fixed it up with the grave dl e till to 611 in they m Larrys after dark In t n ai body was taken from d carried to an placed in an re hut where it was placed in B The trunk and tal - to LI laso for iamswent Mrs Flaherty and along to carry out the scheme At laso del Norte the trunk was taken to a boarding howse and the corpse was ajrain transferred to a sack Mrs Flah erty went to El Paso and scared an undertaker who with n plain box in his wagon drove up the river to a I ten oeioeh point designated Al managed Tom with his peon to tret across the river without at- La rvs body was In I tenderly pli ii the churches hnked at the ancient Sacred Island In AhTasiDla Lake Zouay in Abyssinia and near the southern frontier of that country had not been visited for three or four Â¬ hundred years by the Abyssinian aupeople who live on an thorities and the island in the midst of the lake had re11 ll ttllflansa mamed witnout auy Anl nn Emp ror with the exterior world Mem lik has n ccntly paid a visit to that lake where is situated the island of Iebru Sina in the church Â¬ which most valuable Ethiopian manubeen hidden by Abyssinian scripts had monar lis at the time of the invasion of their country by the Egyptian and Honda Mo dems The island is held as sacred ground and Meneliks chap lain was the only man to proceed mere he limited the on that eKvasion A 11 VI catechists to th paran women and and wav L objcUs of ask- eh la Mi ML - for ani pontes staiip araahal r are mah manu- Â¬ scripts and brought some of them to the emperor who ordered them to In religiously returned to the chief of the island A Fael Ah Tng No checkee no wasree OFlahertv Ill bring the check round later hag Ah Long --Bo checkee no washee 0Fhvherty Rata Ah Long- - Allee lightee Uiugec ase lata Hallo BlSFOrF AMI AFTER place f A consi an the of KunalaA Kuler I lvs Â¬ The czar of Russia is an enthusiastic When once a year mushriHimer he leads his family ti Denmark he casts royalty aside and in the early mornings with an old straw hat upon his head and a little ozierbaskct hang- Â¬ ing to his arm he traverses the green meadows in quest of the delicious When he returns to the comestible castle he turns his spoils over to one of the twenty chefs who always accom pany him on his trips He very prop- Â¬ erly despises the buttons which are packed in cans and bottles and labeled mushrooms Â¬ ii I r which stitut Q uptown wa t th- - undertakers where it aasket Tom U illiams returned ly bi v in a hoim Bio VM KGII8II iver Iran srds known of the Smuggler PAIN p - IMAGINvRY A Stoves 11 l aaannaaara Ne- - - llt Pat to Deceive The pain operaf r of th- patient Tousley of Kansas City casion to perform man where to use the knif TiaaM e nation Dr W C Louis ShacRBiford Gentry ed A J id tW r DRJOnX M POSTER kl N GRATES NAPOLEON BOWED TO HIM lion on a ary for me e Brst wasover the part ot stand any more declared he could as the pain was n bear i was more imaginary an real I re taut to tliis ruse over tile and told him I lieh ia t I PHYSICIAX AXD SIRG I SIIACKE1 FORD GENTRY kc GRATES e lei Crawford of ieorjl i Won the Admlru ti r of thr Man of An exchange calls attention to the vai al- Â¬ ltinv with a soothing lotion which would 11 istant a new HAS HOOKER ERIXARY SCRGI YOUR HGCF SIIACKEI LIAXS can do it C ATTOSKZTS GUNS AND AMMUNITION ng h i - POWELL JA- - ATTORXEY AT - ill R N I B R R LINK OF HARDWARE I LERV AM i R W MILLER ATTORXEY 7 II K iN Time Table No fect April 1 19 In Ef- Â¬ W wmmi Mir Riih- R SHACKELFORD ATTORXEY AT LAW K 4 1894 w r NOKWIS STENOGRAPHER mtey FIRE do al utv cash a FOR CASH ONLY to do bi pel t paying ition of the tomb of William 11 Crawford which is in an old field near ia and is unmarked by Lexington any sort of monument to call attention f passers by to the great Georgian who came very near being president of the United states sad was the only to whom Nspoeloo I felt eon- to Low Mr Crawford was at time minister to the court of Na- and the impression that he there is described as simply tre- When he entered the court iff bearing and his tall im- irated for the first irel of his high com the American minis he was received with the ut ition The emperor was deeply imprei t Mr Crawford was the lie he had ever been to bow and on that ocea o overstepped the custom and a repetition of his eoartesy ic mold Mr one of the handsomest Crawl verlived Hi was a man of 1 of Intellectual snper- great d as the equal of any of his adversaries in the h ilsof the land and as a candidate o the nations for tl gift lie was defeated by only a small rity And yet Georgians have such little veneration for the dead as reat man are them unrecorded in an Oldfe 11 I a- 1 Is Mabel jealotis of her husband Jealous I should think so Why on their wedding trip soe wouldnt even Truth let him udmire the scenery SPVltt KIUS N1 hold rasp the ma I t Id the patient them tirniy Th when to lie peri lyP to prepare himself for the I then went to work and in a ordeal short time finished the operation the perfectly quiet all the ter the operati m was com- at tl Mind CABBAUK with man heard knife och a roar as I never was itii t might with rcely free it he hen told the opera out hi believe it pi that -- e - ajls Life IFrTTTNJ THIS TOOTH OF Tltl HE CIJRNED h A DIAMOND INI T FLOUR KEST Merely to LARD SYRUP GRAN SUGAR lo 35 Ttiat Hit rni lull lassaaats How wouM yon lflce to burn a two Iniontrrtt STEPHEN - I PARRISH KlMI KY ATTORNEY AT LAW l C II BRECK ATTORXEY AT I WW Kti J A ARBUCKLES COFF1 s BEST TEA CORN to A TOES u PEARS io APRICOTS 2o TABLE I E ACHES 20 PIE PEACHES II RICE 7k CHEESE 17 CRACKERS Eyer thing else kept in a Brst chu ceri told a proportionatelj low prices oo demonstrating a fact in 1rof Henry Miles tieorge of London who that very thing two years ago the New York Mail and Eapt eaa talked about it as follows wan visiting friends in New York carat diamond merely for the sake of did says He m aWaaainaaaai I What I did was not A new experi- Â¬ ment said the professor and was made at the request of a wealthy young countryman of mine who be lieved that he was Ivirn to lie a scien- Â¬ tist hether he was or not is neither here nor there His first experience 3 i ky NO MORE CREDIT WITH US the diamond possessed an inflammable tly He wanted to satisfy himself that SULLIVAN ATTORXEY AT LAW - WATTS Cheap Cash KY 4 4 X G M ELKjiORiN ROUTE i Rll HMOMI KeNTI quality and that after being btnrned it left no residue We burned the stone SHLARLR in my laboratory ami to the young After it postte Bonaaaa mans complete satisfaction was consumed there was absolutely no ash The combustion was complete and an absolute although expensive proof that the diamond consists of puro carbon The TutH- - s j i DEiTTAL STHICEET ik V y m J A l u I MORGAN A YATES DExrisn i S1 KTVinTA SEND FIFTY CENTS TOR 5 A Iln Not a Rose EBOCKi ftlDLAHD WKMJY W BURGIN DEXTRST KtNTVKY vW Ki TRIHL MONTHS SUaSCMIPTION TO TMI -- The common tulio rose is an excel- lent illustration of a popular mis- nomer The plant is not a rose at all and has no connection with the rose family Its name is a corruption The Trench gardeners always call it plant tiibereuse or tuber plant and the latter part of the name was cor- runted by ignorant persons into tube rose The similarity of sound no doubt led to the change of name and consequent mistake similar instances having often occurred ACTUAL IIom A hnini EXPERIENCE - DR A WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SVRGEOX loKD Kin ii ky nfti - Louisville Titties Ml One Man learned He Afford tn Marry oill Not EHITrsT MMa 1M1 BtST AFTERNOON IN THt SOUTH 3 Latest Market Quotations Lattst State News All my UlLItR muS C MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITi the Local News Complete Preaa Reports IN TBE SOOTH AND OVER DAILY WORMS i vermifuge WHITES CREM 31 CIRCDLATION 30000 Or CO CBKTi A MONTH 500 a Year by Mall Uta 4 i rJ I v TjrxiMgp ll I T0L3B V f EVERY H g X MUllMillTii ri innnt liTTU tUlaANTrFf rrpit TOTIs HALOEiVIANBua Manage 60S Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A M Ptw4S SpSS CORNER THE LOOK HERE KinnN w lllc sec for yourselves n 4 between Cincinnati - tie I am Willi llw- he- - liic- - I l G 3 Man Cincinnati located on the corner of First and Ir vine strcetf Ckey liave 14 year old An dersoa countv and home made whi riaov Ironi Hie r it A and nd can furnislkanv amount from a spoonful to fne gaUsai al 11 who bonry or send it That ir house gaod looLin Klic John Meit iit on I 1 a trial and We have choice Veal Pork Hams Bacon C thaak you for past sstnm 11I hope to have continuance in fu Respect fa lure S T W DUNCAN I7 ul ro M-- young mnn of a practical turn of mind and living Ott a salary of eighteen dollars st week was curious to know whether or not he could afford to as sume the responsibilities of a family In his own language says the Phila Â¬ delphia Press he thus tells how he sat Â¬ isfied his eorioAity I told my sister who is a widow with one child that I would like to experiment for one week sad SSfmitain for myself the actual cost of maintain Â¬ ing a small family my wages being en dollars a week She was will- Â¬ ing She had a suite of four rooms far which the paid fourteen dollars a month Well I paid the rent for one week and boaght all her coal and rood mid meat and groceries and paid for her laundry work and for nv own etc At the end of the seven days I found that out of the eighteen dollars there ned but one dollar and three cents So as I am a modest man and have decided objections to adopt the costume of the Sooth S a islanders I came to the conclusion that I would remain single and wear Â¬ Â¬ clothes Kpry Old O T HE CLIMAX ALL KINDS OF I FANCY PUM Bill Heads JNG BOOK and JOB t 30U with pleasure L 48 A 7 O T WILSON Prop WoKK Letter Heads Statements Legal Blanks ic was accompanying the eighty five years of turn down the stairs of a London club to sex- him safely into his cab On de WHn tairs they were met by a cheery old gentleman small oi Mr John Levien who Was slowly hat in Land moppintr the Id head with batpocket- liof The n riter knowing that his friends irimr re proud of t they met on the stairs fai1 Let me introduce a fcrenUeman of 1 - 4 a sketcli of it the late J Li Hung Chang has given one more instance of his readiness to adopt westWell said the collar to the cnffs ern ideas where they may some day do you feel the effects of the general add to Chinas power to cope with tho Old Coquette making her toilet foreigner on the field and afloat by dullness AraMher hours toil and I will o twen- Â¬ We should say wc did replied the the building of a large medical col- Â¬ ty years youmtr lliegende Itlaetter lege which he opened recently at cuffs We never met with so many Tientsin in connection with the naval reverses in our lives Judge IMPROVISIIO NINK lIV AIlKY service This says a writer in the ILLUSTRATION FOR A NOVEL New York Herald is the first institu- Â¬ tion of the kind worth speaking of I III started by the Chinese government which despite its craze for western arms and foreign ships of war has hitherto made no provision whatever for treating its wounded The college is upon an extensive scale and will be under the charge of a distinguished graduate of Dublin university who was selected for the post by the late Sir A Clarke The establishment of the college is largely due to the per-Â¬ sonal efforts of Dr Irwin the viceroys Fliogende BI Better medical attendant and to a talented Canadian lady Dr King who exer tNM tl ss Y ADVICE cised much influence upon the late Lady Li and she in torn had long urged the viceroy to lay the founda Â¬ tion of an institution where the Chi- Â¬ nese might be taught the knowledge V ith a great cry she fell upon his of the west in the healing art in neck Ms-jk--Life which both the viceroy and his late ENGLANDS MODEL RAILROAD wife strongly believed Already some OLD POSTAGE STAMPS The London Norttiwestern Which Has twenty well educated English speak- Â¬ it apital of Over S300000 ing young Chinamen have entered the An official of tho Pennsylvania lines college and teaching has already com- Â¬ How They Are TJaod to Maintain who reeeutlj- - spent several weeks in menced The open Ing of the new in- Â¬ a I eligioua School in Paris Europe gives some interesting infor stitution was attended by a pleasing mation regarding the London oV North- Â¬ ceremonial in which the foreign and Many Million of Cool Stumps Collected western railway This is the oldest Chinese officials displayed the most by People All Over the World and wealthiest of English roads but friendly relations and gave utterance to Find Their Way to he says English roads are not up to the most amicable sentiments toward Tola Place American roads in traveling facilities each other The aged but still vigHe adds that an idea of tile magnitude THEY WANT STRAIGHT EYES The often discussed question of the orous viceroy evinced the liveliest inutility or the absurdity if collecting 4pane- - Who Objoet to h Must lu of this road may be gathered from the terest in the entire proceedings fact that the company has a working old postage stamps of c tlnrtiv Mougoll faaHjl B8a 000000 an annual capital of over inations in immense q Exposed the Trick with The Japanese fa imesopro- - revenue of M00aL and an expendthe vague notion thrt in some way An amusing incident recently oc- Â¬ gressiv 111 their id as and SO set in iture of aliout m000080 it operates curred at a town in the they will be of use their den rminatkm itable ition B7O0milaa of road it conveys yearly France during the visit of south of organization nas bsen running in the in the van of a circus 1000 passengers and 7 750000 tons u papers of late and the final that they are One of tbe chief trrti- of freight and minerals it employs show was a troupe attractions of the has leen to in a great measure ril thi of performing dogs oi auui are 111 inc ruid after they had gone through vari ip the niyster uujh ei - e uepariiiieiiL 11 owns w tanks or other rrnancil the ous fears their trainer announced soeir slant freight cars 3060 Azor the most accomplished of that path of every one The general It M Henry of San Fran- them is engines nineteen steamships and SG00 all would favor the A friend of tliat a million used stane gajr audience horses The number of stations on the piano forte solo Accordingly with a quired for some purpose or other but geon is Azor there are 32000 signal lev Â¬ mounted the chair and struck up Tokio al s of the ers in the for just what purpose few of the coloperation and 17000 signal lamps Japs A prevalent Marseillaise At this moment some lectors are able to say lighted every night the total mileage one in the audience grown stamps v shouted Hats and by the companys engines colle- Â¬ Azor made one liound ajr that r nf run lv jn one day in the direction to bu cts a Christian life ni u him in Japan of the cry This created great Ic g jts during the whole year Miles of them ter which doubled when it was no columns for some time f r the recep- doiug lit The safety of passengers is the first ticed that the piano nothing at tl information tl in this went on playing the and I consideration of the di thus revealing the trick that had been Pall Mall Gazette assumed to cdoaa and rectors and the companys officials the perpetrated getting rich in the mil Battle the question by declaring that ipitaL are equipped The 0M ration for it was con shown that the the trains ami the line is with the vacuum brake worked through Canoes of Florida Indian slant in the laps idea that certain charities can be ef- Â¬ y out on the absolute block system each The Indians of southern Florida who fectually benefited m3 ssplc and tions of the signal boxes i in elect navigate Lake Okeechobee have an in-Â¬ of old postage stam It is elaborate munication with those on either genious device that steadies their long deltision Udanarrow canoes in the shallow but a correspond blade and no Met box until the preceding train ha is inserted n often fiercely tr ubljd waters of the the leaning Cai near tli slam lit ot tl nlvance lake Each canoe has a projt land into which this cornice so to speak above the how f clear Pall so that the waves instead of dashing Mall laze u arises at least onemamam tbe crnuw 1111 n mgn oat OI tie vat row The canoe is ad Trir tapted for Its nnrnnm lin man that waiki s ing light swift and yet roomy indu Â¬ I r - DOOMED TO CiSBELIEF t lallotirt Fxpcrencc So Itrlnarkable It Tell It No r believe the troth of an Incident in my life Webb Fallon ai farer who now runs a whalcback on Lake Superior in star man Tin re are half a d scattered over the world though who can vouch for it Just after the war I was second mate of the Franklin Pierce a Boston boat that was engaged in the sugar jilt three- trade with Cuba 9 ad remarkably sea- Â¬ worthy In the spring of lsto are were on our way south when a bowling storm came along almost lcfore we it just like a simoom and stripped off our canvas like shirts off a clothesline We pitched and rolled the worst I ever saw and all of a sud den somebody yelled a warning and the next instant a million to water seemed to hit our decks I was standing near the niiinruast and beÂ¬ fore I could grab anything away I went A chicken coop went with me as well as everything else- on deck that wasnt nailed and when I came to ray senses the coop was near me I I struck out for it and got it Hiked around for the Franklin Pierce but she was nowhere in sight The storm increased in violence It seemed as if there was something under the water raising it up all the time and I rode waves on that eoop that would have swamped the Ireat Eastern I firmly believe I reckon Id leen tossing about for over an hour when a big black mass seemed to come up out of the water in front of me At she ume moment I felt the water fairly jump under me and I was thrown forward as if out of a catapult The shock broke my hold on the coop and away i went buried in water Then I struck something bard and grabbed a thing that struck my hand and held on like grim death I was a rope The water left me and I opened my eyes but closed them again as another wave came I knew I vas on a vessels deck and I lay down and waited The storm went down almost as suddenly as it came up Gentlemen as I stand here I found when I c uld examine my where abonta that I had been washed back on the Pierce As apt Fallon concluded a proces- Â¬ sion of limp men started solemnly in the direction of the bar and waited for him to say the word 1 Â¬ 1 RICH INDIAN TRIBE On Condition In Which It Paya to Have a Large Family Located near Arkansas City Ark are the Oaagea probably the richest tribe of Indians ic the world They number about three hundred men women and children eacl- of whom re-Â¬ ceives from the government between three hundred and four hundred dollars annuity in interest on the pur-Â¬ chase price of lands sold many years In addition to this they derive a gsxl income from the rent of land on the re ervatioc now ceupied by them most of it tieing used by cattlemen for grazing purposes They are negotiat- Â¬ ing for the sale of the reservation or that part of it which they do not w ish to retain to be divided in severalty Many of the sages ajq the Wash ington Star are highly educated and some of them enjoy all the luxuries of There are sevmodern civilization eral magnificent residences on the little reservation Probably the most Imposing of these is that of Frank It is splen Â¬ Denoya just completed didly tinishex and furnished throughout It is provided with hot and cokl water liths and all other appoint Â¬ ments tha fund in the letter class of city homes Servants are employed to do all of the housework and an accomplished teacher is kept to instruct the female mernlers of tho family In music and other accoruplish tnents of polite society As fast as the children complete the primary couix of education they are sent to the best schools in the country to receive in struction in the highwr branches While Mr Denoya is still a compara- Â¬ tively young man he has a family of twelve children each of whom receives over thirty dollars a month from the general govemmenL In addition to ive rental for twelve hundrnl acres of grass land He has inclosed and under cultivation one hundred and sixty acre of tine valley land for each member of his family which earns a yearly rental of dollars per acre His income from all uajreea amounts to more than twelve thousand dollars per annum Ii not a dollar of tax to pay and his chil- Â¬ dren are educated withoutrost to him While there is every inducement for the Usages to raise large families the tribe is steadily decreasing in num- Â¬ bers and it will be it is said but a short time after they take their allotment in severalty and break up tribal relations before the race will W extinctThey do not work and those vh have not improved their oppor-tunitto adopt the mode of livi A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Mrs Murrrtv Hill Lefore marriage you men roo are like di Mr Vjirray Bill plained Before we are married we imai iiK we ar- in are married we know we an in tho 1- 1- l bord whi tile other pfcnoe -- T riu JEvLoi i IkMmm - cinnal M WnU now if m in at p- eat all - Ive jist been rea that dont ratio rain main ra theyre j ot a clear Life York ihi ionsiim t Gm nsj S A Ms- I pr is f - i thfj he am t K Tipon ae I hope you it a I do not want the kan quite m rod ri t a But just because It anal GKEATIY nant n a Life FKIT SEVENTEtN YEAR LOCUS The I white brothers are onds The trade of th much sought after by merchai towns in the surrounding country Before the opening of the Cherokee strip it all came to Arkansas Cit which was the nearest trading point but now no less than three towns have been started whise only excuse for their existence is their nearness to the Osage reservation their well-to-d- o Pr 1 -- lico HHI rT 11 anvaaaw arri- from - than fr train wi FAVORS WESTERN IDEAS ers ai The Chine Viceroy showing That He B aaaa In the Value of Kducitlon If he bran eneath a Fnder squirrel or ehipasa the still am yellow rll to the trage ly of the ci aapa acks of leal only to fli victims t enemy of Al - JpSp but he di lie and do8 i jr fruit trees ra liut one ma that is th however to the hook insect ready to etner of It is the larva int that avail Â¬ more or less These larvantly raois- it Â¬ Â¬ bite r form in canL Yon the not of Put a harmful r mn Â¬ I -- vjiii iu Â¬ 1 Â¬ it j eaaiso esHL 1 r Tar Â¬ Â¬ solem- - vok amir -