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IK VOLUME VIII Latest U S Govt Report RICHMOND rilTV TIimi w thi MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1894 f Riniilt ilt le Tin IiI KHiretils an ttt l ia the ltisilitns o Line 30 Notwithstand Â¬ ing the con lident assertions made by the railway managers thtj onntering serious difBenltles in at tempting to ill the places of the strik- Â¬ men were brought ers Although into this city Friday morning to go to work in passenfrer yards only one or two crews were started oil the first day trick As fast as the men put to work thev were persua led to quit and at 11 oclock the tie up In the about as complete as before Panhandle yards 30 men were started riuscd to to work but th work with them ft Nirthwestern JO in the extra brakemaa were called out to take ibices of the strikii nen hut ali refused On the Northwestern two crews were at work One crew two men who struck on that I Kill and the other is mac links Word was received at the headquarters of the strikers Fri day morning that the Northwestern is would r ti a at once le plac s rrith a warning that all of sw refused to obey would be if tins rat tho move is made it is Up ill all entire f the mt v morninc an Ahoui Pehs to order was issued by men workingat the stock the striker x i i i VAl J II Only the M- J SrnJjJ Si Print G I S NUMBER 4 Highest of ail in Leavening Power CONGE Thi tncom KENTIJCIiY STATE NEWS 1 Royal Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE YPY FOR WAE M Thousands of Deputy Sworn in at Chicago Baking m Second Seftii iirnntl THB TIE UP SiMirtllic BnBtVMM Nearly frnif IN SYMPATHY Tho Engineers on the Q and C Road Decide to Quit Work laiKiiieerit tin the llljc Kimr Teav ltieir taieiiifs KttJlowtMl ly a Few A i the It KiMl Tile U Men staud Firm II Scars Remain gjnrtjTrixuTnnrixijri rtrLrij uTJitrurruTTUTrijriitAJvn 5 S C j of Louisville have it Aii iiivcn taken the first of the year showed aar DO anil lialiiliiic The firm claim the liabilities havt Th been reduced rear i iry 8 vsiiois t Co the well known Arnoas the mint testimonials which I in awdieiaes peifm itf ritefl ues cleansing the sy Hi Dsojr ef tin- Jaaaaa atasta L I have opened flHIAUiiHALI J f MHtUU neiid onal district nominated for fou lness Hon John W Lewis of Spring Held ly eastern aaerehanta Tnk republicans of the Fourth con omn iw lieeniiie aiiSUS ine none Pa lit ire th ii iny I t Sew II and shall nll Cincinnati July the variou- oils centering before tBote I be n tt Srrral tin tu ilil 1 awMtsaiMt Roiim Tb- - Nation I tif Troop On 1 i Unlit lo tie Im Hit rrim Irobt t rem of that Stuff I i llOUSI nl the hey AU i kru In J er t tvvo r ral art Vr f dished in Kentucky a few days ago Critic Knott county Win Bannsbury Jamaica Adair county Win K Bell Phillipsbtirjr Marion county Nicodemus Q m the patents granted the other day were the following Frank S Cray Trenton irate ami Isaac Smith lex- i combined harrow and sc Tin Commercial clnb ha the ttoyer Wheel Co to locate at Lebanon Till committee on public build and grounds the other day reported to the house with a favorable recommen- Â¬ dation the bill introduce I by Gov Mc- for the H Post 0F1 rineersof in this city have wavered and at last broken their promise not to participate in the strike An executive session of the brother- Â¬ COOKING STOVES rtuimiiK llBl m1 HSA7ISG STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ GUTTERING WARE CUTLERY TIN ROOFS Our fam mem- hood of li hers of the southern was held at tho West Bad Turner hall Sunday after- Â¬ noon at 4 oclock and after near hours deliberation the men unanimous Â¬ ly decided to out Kv cr on the Cincinnati di vision extending to up the gauntlet and the throttle will be pulled by imp irted men Mono puMed at all The action is i fa call issued by Chief Arthur but the result of tl u having division men only been taken voluntarily When the re- 1 Vim EaTJ llltl I tiie AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS I old molliiT lied i handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows I also have in None better B i niiii antl tho of the iast to neni Hnllld lot- it the mmI saearitci ha- - tlnii lie srart nlvthr rt h lit t tinner in 5 m short notii the State - Hnshop with W f ind I THOS H KRRR -- c Titj of die Unit Ajlvin CoTTitKiit was n on the i arrested at Iex- - other Ln a ir n AT NEWS IT re to be I wreck on the Louisville and ivillc road near Vi rnalltown e a Lou si his es Alt not ber of them I next announcement had left tl lowed by out re also iii stssiui anie intense in official of all the the mil Â¬ me in For tin- - cure of H did for i g in ELDERS BARGAIN STORE A N AYERS Sarsaparilla num The ret iy DrJC A r I Haas which cam Four They were fol A Curesothers will cure you ii Tin Ben the Catholics and the members of the American IVo ition is becoming very m A k W Jons t In Louisi man in Nashville Uop- - evening The order ia the switchmen enjrineers and by the Lniiui s lriiky that ONE CENT at a f O and tO gO L v Transit v Co ip ini instantly ain Ky its - Tir the ol - nron at thi as and decided to bold iive sir cation in resolved I all ra fir as in K if i ten engim rn road a tartly des STOVES THE COLO WF THFR TWO CENTS ork a o A I during Ac o hail t ruing re ng at Milldale and make tie up road This decision was reason for for Thi began the annual examination ol collie - of education fort the other da i eon- - t seated at the penen heavy blow was ike into a boyett all roads which wen r meet- - t at from tho 9 oi FIVE CENTS - The strenuous N the L made at Kund strikers and fully fifty men will go out L ti N is entire th tho X-- Will SON ll A Hi struct 1rof lames Wm p son 11 I - o moi L W Vi tvas iaMcs Will mpia of Russellville M Alberti of Lex-a exciting meetinjr was iyes at the yar er time to l of IOllisV lity put on and after do found her rid man lust aa olf division i it was not until ling likeunani Seneral liovtl the race this ro id will be shut i STOVE OR A GRATE 1F A IF VOL WANT s v di at The repor Another will be he of in at- - XECESSf V WE II WE BOTH BRAN - action was I n pursuance of orders issued to boy-as xiatiou fifteen or twent In fact we L K have ever on the heat ve a and arret irm at Henderson mitt the proper 1 ale minutes of the liinj- - authority were sti riday morning with instruct out railroad n ever and wherever they found r words a it to turn sweep the yards or along the line roaii re - question would lie definitely ln consitleratiori of roads of the voluntarily quit the striken the remaining lant over to men would at last b if sai Oriven Satisfaction COM LACES AND EMBROIdERIES AND BUY a heating stove a coon WM A 3AJ7GE A GBATE RY 1 GALA DAY iN PARIS - A u ldy three will other crews Only pi loint the to Alton fot btal working with t upon iu KRYTHIN Y TO MEM SUCH AS her A fo I at paper irirL a - i Ruth Mar A w went ont Thar ed to ouit ithers ha work at once rc ASTONISHING ROBBERY Kiiiwiv Hi 5 Bix earths c nicy - Tiles 3cc - M oiTO UNDERBUY UNDERSELL- - CASH nest ii hr hen n the ATTORNEY GENERAL Ordt r the OLNEY Mail let I ri II iin a CsaChl I to n t all i Tbi I not the the f i i I I a if I I t the i ir in th tf cup1 All t and 1 li Toiten of Uv in bis title to 1 VIMII5 Sheru I at at tin i are - uejrai Soutl toh--- rere Wbi alone the by friend Application for le douht in ua warn by ipposition f Ont f Id after i - M until lnl iiuan will reinalii rrific wind iind rain st rm blew in s -- truck Malette 1ei Kii Samuskv OL strike on the Columbus lev on Toledo ruilw 1 work iran tci Two distinci Si nl nui were 1 At ing a the streets in ment number of men owing to the inability to procure stone Otherwise this city is tt the strikers None of the em- ployea here are out and will not likely No freight trains j ut through here Saturday morning Viiiky lieeltretary Car Wasuixo rox lui lisle lias aliateil the tax on t thousand ban els of whisky belonging to Mr Monarch of the Clenmore dis tillery of Owensboro Ky Ihe tax amounts to 1778000 and the whisky which the tax was assessed was worth 156000 This whisky was de stroyed by lire about a year Semitor Wtlt til fit i left 1 he nui not until 7 Tin- ooffii aeau and struct un in tiai k I nt vault twskle u orjranier of rietwrr Itatbv Art at Vm Niw Ha supreme eourt of has decided that st I sponsih jk I L Mar Lac a Yah and for y itnon pit now J ud I l and rt of t I Two Katalltloa la II south ale Har- In the Treat n Ct nntl Columbia at Ni e the Thursday the Vmk came in at 1127 vas 44 4 Iv in spectively ruin- Hi a Iiavinp the race- - ha - inn n Wl MeEnanv a brit vihiih f a D the ran of twenty two years of New araot York He has teeu coram ittod for trial n a cuarjre oi eimieztic- ment and f I ihe ard Worthinfrton of the VYorth- luly - The ag Co New of Vnnecticut t S IhnrsdaV Is under vith haviue- - misappro not le- h of the funds of the tii to which he had no right Tiie report sent out from Superior iphoinore from Ihinu stating ti Ln Lev BBS loard bill as the result ol h ji haaaaaat t Lee el i iv nts f the denied hj with thi his frhnds at Duluth Minn Torrance of the s upholds the An Ohl Tlmrr Abraham Uairison the brother ca Minutes i who di late1 July 2 Two a at 2-- i tiiiilitlon lr bsk Letters from Julv eeeived here v r senator Wol- dorado state that he very slowy flm a hUricil operation performed upn hint by an eminent Paris practitioner His friends it him lie is an 1 from kidney trouble Fire in the Mountain 1L- riou Nkw York Paris iu ihe mountains hiys north of here tor two tim patli ber on- mile wide and five miles long that seems to lie doomed In An Oterlew vn as the icrican Desert1 embrai Las and Arizona there are to a There fruits inhcr urrc farm ol Jl li aaaa sw the tiy an St i tl sw In 184 la A lirjlm party of nunutes i ie raani t 30 e old st that itb an old army comrade I the le it which in j jam pronosme In tlir Wild an to put llT ll It happened n a of the Cnltrt lie South San k n i inj and toner assit- - ern I states cd in the Iristrict Vtvrney Garter that ou melting her the PulUua tt it was unable to ihors send out the uited States mails liar l for help On their return the ter telegraphed to A itorney ieneral Ol M hen it was found tLit uey and in reply th answer came hen ton tlitl the peeking 1 hi force the law s prohibiting theob r It strnction of and delay of the United ea cs and had been id inÂ¬ in a stitute proceedings wherever the laws She was vnconseions are rialated ed ii l tied Inter in the wnen Shortlv afterwards Mr Garter sent a IV dispatch to Washington asking t lines irom ine viviens prewhether the attorney generals instrue-iug the rainstorm the applied to mail ears only or to and lish tell in pro mail trains as rryularly made up The An old Negro named Wilson answer to the dispatch was It Instruc at be fried and ate tions cover mail trains as reg Jameson of the tish ind in consequence is up and of all descriptions endowed with snpernatnral powers United States Marshal Long has ta is the formula neeessar to make ken steps to enforce this rui doctor and ilnniiKmn now claims to If able to drive w itchesa way Murderer Jones Executed d ImikiKMKmi Mi J iarrv At Paintsville for some months Jones was hanged in the jailyard here Wiicox a well known young at eiN oclock Friday morning been clandestinely meetmir execution was successfully cart-hanlcn itit r I Jones was pronounced diea f Col William Witler a minutes He passed the night er The lovers deter in prayer and sacred song and march nvarry and on i ol Witler ed to the gallows with a firm step He to of their plans Miss Witler was smiled as the black cap was adjusted a her The slier aught poke in a cheerful manner to the ed on for them to sheriff and deputies Jones in An old itler pany with John Clark assaulted and oiu in nicer to preY right an employment killed Mine vent her escaping during the night agent in Kansas City last September ta bptt jj WileoJ chloroform and when his inanx Smuggled in Hay her head from a second story Fail River Mass June 3a iidnm window he sent it up attached to a house inspectors have seized SK worth cord she letdown Miss Witler soon of yiti rum and contraband medicines had her Bister under the influence of which were shipped here in hay then entered her par- - from St Thomas Canada It las been the room and successfully applied the known here for some years that certain anodyne to both the colonel and her dian business men in this city mother Then the daring girl joined were growing rich by smuggling but her lover and they mounted horses it was next to impossible to catch them and escaped while they were uncon so cleverly was the work done scious lKNsioNs were issued the other day Mistrial ln a Murder Case lack King as follows Supplemental Memphis Tenn June 30- - A mistrial Corydon Henderson increase Samuel has resulted in the case of Webster Dayton Campbell county man Win McVev charged with the Van Fleet Honnieville Hart er of on latfagan a saloon- Â¬ Original widows etc Elisabeth Rose keeper and politician McYey was reÂ¬ Jenkinsville Washington county leased on 9Kt00a bond An unknown man fell froir a Louis Â¬ Cigar Makers Strike ville and Nashville paraenger train PiniAiiriiMiiA June 30 Four hunÂ¬ ille the other night and dred cigar makers employed by ineii fatal injuries lie was steal fifty of whom are wom ing a ride and had been put off the Clymi en struck because they were n train twice before falling from it Till- eighth annual meeting of the an increase in pay of fifty cents a 000 County Fair association will take Their Wildes have averaged about 7o0 at llors Member IS Hi per w A tine list SO and VI f premiums is Took It Too Seriously offered and as the fair has always been NiOOLB la June 30 Jacob Isaacs well to be German living near here becan fused the hand of Mary Derore the sixteen-year-olii Louis THKR death daughter of a ell to ville the other day by the do farmer waylaid the girl in the ivires Fd o lotmelly a Bern in being woods and shot her seven times then he victim shot himself twice Iloth died Two hunters in the Calif n uia Sierras The ihis the sacred bird of Etrypt is home after a days hunt when their dg scared up a panther not peculiar to that country But is found in considerable numbers in the that took refuge iu a tree hunter had four shots left and the first south in Florida especially In St r succeeded in breaking the pan-Â¬ Augustine and other coast towns it is thers hind leg but failed to dislodge no unusual thing- to see an ibis perched It The other man then tired his com- Â¬ on the ridge pole of a house or stable plement with the result of only infliet or stalking solemnly about a yard fur the bird is easily tamed and seems to With ammunition panther still lash- - be fond of human company tnl in ilcnntice the hunters held ally hit upon a in a HoimIs and Onlt Hoods iat one of the men clia ree and with a long pole Are anil weary overworked d In blip the rope over the sarsaparilla is just the I led in to Iniorreiiitnt of lh Ijtwl ing W tar a t IroniiTieut i M Mai Sacks Cooiiig Utsisils ipts of idated f iRttut Economist Rn sr t- or llRinrFFoRri CfieWi the road sc ple limited in the morn was opt lied and it one wa- i -- id ex- - iauy peo iii very bos - CLAUDE SMITH 5 CO asirnrsurur i that the ra in rt night night Suin rand a couple of W L Douglas 3 dliUL NOSCUEAK Na 5 CORDOVAN -- TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Finn HAVE A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE I1EATI BARDWARECUUKIS U KATES 1311LEMEN Do iug I Scott E3CUr X 1 Â¬ ng the He tvas arÂ¬ rested committed to jail and will have irine Monday morning The ar- Â¬ rest created a profound surprise He h s been employed by the road for many years 1 he coipany s loss lias been large Taxes bi i hina SSa V a f 45J5- - FHvECrifkAHfiMB 3sp P0UCE3 SOLES LADIES 2 SEMC wJNBrj riV I BESTDCNG0l4 vm net Â¬ The Chinese are the most lightly taxed people in the world They have no chancellor of the exchequer worried over budget making All the land there state and a trilling sum per acre never alt through loug centuries is paid rs rent Â¬ BROCKTON MAS3 ML Vou cso aave monry bv IiuikIks hue Because ire are ot in the world and the vane by the bottotn wbii prices and the mi fittnaf and Lnul i MODE Ii i Hone like it Sarefl labor iry oim We bare iti connectioa to tlo tin ronline guttering KANGE TIN SUOl f TAYLOR ilt M ii BROTHERS uuvriri uvnnrj Bl tax in and it amounts to about per head yearly ly five ntry dollars jo dtaLr cannot supply you we can JACK FBSEiCAST 57 s h WELSH Hi sd by yjur 12 ru injTTLruxr in ri LTLTLnj oon xnjTitnA JxrujxnjonjTrT 2 If 5 hP THE MARtCETS LITF STOCK f n GarnettHouseSaloon July collars it Â¬ tic -- Curnr isnati 3 fift 4 i W STUART JONES i 4 10 lf S 10 Proprietor chains ir farming p of any kind rail b iririraru-uiJinrij-u-ulTl- P CfUl el 5 00 S UlTJ ffRAIX V LAMBS FLOUK 4 Hi Winti rfamllY No 2 4 l IS tnrn mixed k uo i 4 13 no 14 75 Pure Whiskies Brandies year olil Jett I Wines c 2 5 The Vulcan per gallon I j ortri rLTLrLrLriri 5 ruTTLTLru i ruTTLTLTLr nnru Triri iu leaf PKOA ISKJ lo liiskey at Â¬ APlI tun buttki to choice vrcninirPrime Lard Prime -- ori - it - 1 13 it PUTA1XJES New Ierbbl XKIV YOKK Jo to t 7j 4ft the services of Mr Ierrill as bartender who will be pleased to have his frietds call and see him have enoaeii Chilled Plow FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST and jurruxnxuirijTxiruiruTJiJTJinjxr 2 uecidedl Th2 rscsry Firm ia Bkkmaad 3est 5 W STIAKT JMUBi iarnMt Honir Salooa njTJTjxnjanjTJinrLri rLnmnj Ln rurrtp 40 39 Second Street A full FlJlrt Winter patent tiKilN- - Wheat No North a An rei OOK- N- No 3 nnxid POKK- - Net 13 75 QxmruTriruTjiriruTrtriri LAUU WesUru steam AGO W I i 180 t tl r 4 i 7 10 ISI1I TRALN8 KKN scsl tVerv potat at p n 111 U crux- - tnriruTru I FLOCR tihAIN 1orn POKK LAKD FTjOTTB CINCINNATI and ST WITH LOUIS utj sTsrtrLnrsTUTXU g uxnjTJTJiiir tt No J -- nz No u 12 ii Â¬ PALACE ST LOUIS siKFlINf BE IV CARS I 7 Steam BALTIM 45 - IJ tTi 6 HTya 6 70 2 CO and WASHINGTON VIA C URAi Famiiv 4S BIG FOUR ROUTE The elegant service offereil by the Big Four between Cincinnati ami St Niyht tiains are ed by no other inc composed of new cars throughout coaches pattern ami Wagner first time Sleeping C koona Day trains have Parle arid nd Exquisite Thiough Palace Hut - Osta Miicd Retlned 47 UOtiSW estera GBAIN V uality 3so tj460 ft INDIANAPOLIS Oats Xo z d I 1 rv mixed LOUISvTLtiE mixed a 64 1H 4114 4 55 109 90 C WHAT DOES IT MEW SOLID VEST18ULE0 TRAINS STvrF oi linn Cn v of Toledo Lucas Cophtt Ohm Ry in coaaectioa with the peake The Ser famous F F V vice extends through fp tV Ffvnk KEY CntKCV makes oath that he ing rates et partner of the firm ot F J esi in the Co 1 cit B agent A MARTIN G afore- E O McCORMICK CHTJEOH PT P M lT said and that said firm will pay the sum 1R El each and not 1 DOLLARS foi of Catarrh that can ot DIPECTOEi FrtsOHAI eai raar Ast ar c x ju o v pataj thout our hats and it 1 vintht lit it the panther aside the pole ever wa- - takth Ct FRANK Sorntolelo my pri A 11 Halls Ca- - T CHURCH fj at QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE CHENEY subscribed ii cm lie r a Friday SOMlil ik out vi Ir IriMik hsjatei of having twit that a- in t he eoi drink h i Sudden nd quickly slipped noose over the broker tlilrevv Then be climl rn the 11 met ami vn paws and quicken ve yos appetite and iv take I1 ly let For tkr ttv ant tad l4 Sigas Desirable Property for Sale IKS IN tiie merit 111 was taken and a tied over bis A half dozen boooe prod lie i ng 1 act dir ie bio hav i i seem like iph polsa CH AS s powe N I L- - HMOKD JCV THE CLIMAX FKENCH TIPTOX PUB1IMI h i wiiKAT cior t K v SIS Tin- - wheal isltKikiiij very line in fact A farmer n it in vi r looked better Why wo inaked t M the ether lny KSl V1 bV fhfi Climax Printing J H Co POWELL Proprietor and Manager Gen l will have wheat eaoafjh this year to till the IhsI il the Atlantic SO that you could pi lrv shod over to Kiifrhmd it it were into tin- PKK r PKK DAY VKAII 150 4 iin A riKAN- - in Tin in seventh jriY DEMOCRATIC TICKET Oven comity is being connection w ith the nation for Congress in the th District It will piolmlily all end in talk however as then be nt little liuht thai Major 11 C Mc Dowell will nake the lace a an Inde-l-mnt ami that the lo ptibiirans w ill not nominate bat will endorse hiui THEY HAVE WW various I a i Mil D indu- - trunpini over anil claiming a the bhiniag earth I an i re subsided they have he oijie to be hot loiid by ien Manaon would be lisas lit that is trus he left the command entirely to largely lne to the tact that the notoriety that officer and retired cd to attract seek i Friday was employed lir time neepei publicity ami thereuKn pro- in i arranging up toramp On that lay we oar to drop into the cavernous ohlive they came to strut a were ordered out on the Kogerville hour ami then sneak hack again - or Cumberland Uap pike and formed skirmish line Co I occupying a large I I had onlers to march for Richmond Ky We arrived at ljexingfon on or alxmt 2d 011 Sunday and at Richmond where we went into cam OB the evening Of the iMth During this time it was the botes and ever experienced The time dus wa ankle deep in many places and ban kit The oorcqneaa was much Buffering on that account We aa8 under com man of ien Cassius M Clay and had command of his body euard an honor highly appreciatel by and the lioys of mv siuad During my interoiirse with lien Clay I learned that the object of the expedition was to guard a provision train through to Pinalw i lain tiaa to supply ien Morgan army and that we were to keep between Kirbv Smiths army then marching through Kentucky and keep them - far from the Ohio Bi le without bringing on an engagement lint about this time at Richmond the command was joined by Gen Ifanenn and as I learned owing ton disiigree ment between them as to the course to ion lay being the junior offi or and believing that the course pro- 1 aÂ¬ Â¬ Then about two miles on our way we saw the flag of our regiment in tlie road We advanced to the run and on arriving at the regiment were ordered to fall back a half miie ami form a skirmish-line on the route we had just passed the pike over We deal e iiiicked back and just as the line was formed the reginieut retreated and we were as Arteinas said ordered to go All went on double quick to the graveyard where another stand was made On arriving in line was again ordered to fah back abetf half a mile and form another skirmish line I again informed the Major that it waa impossible aathe men wcic exhausted and sutlering almost agonv for water Cos A and F were ordered and alsut the time the one was formed the rels ls advanced in force and tlie two companies tell back into line The firing was now general and heavy Sam liavman of my coinpanv advanced about 10 paces in from while John II MHre advanced a few steps and sat on a stump in the thickest of the lire Oav nian soon had his leg broken below the knee which was the next day amputated I was also wounded in the right by a musket hall A general retreat was ordered Those of us wounded here were taken to the Female Seminary which was and by our side for a hospital That night the rebels generously permitted me to eat two crackers and a piece of raw bacon alMiut as large as the three lingers of the bacon and trackers furnished them by us the tirst had eaten tor two days Meantime we had marched about lt miles and double quicked and run about 89 No wonder 1 have never been able to do a days work since The next day was permitted to have the hospital and goto that part of the I regiment captured found them cor raled inside the public square Our regiment iiad gone into the light with DO Colonel theColonel havingnever joined the regiment but resigned a few days Lieut Col Stout alter hisappointuient a good and brave mill was wounded early in the day from w hich wound he afterward died The command then deÂ¬ volved on Major Waterhousc who was langeronsly wounded about the tune ot this general surrender lie also lied some years afterward of his wounds The next thing was the paroling of the men and strange as it may seem Gen Malison and stat were paroled shiii after the capture and left for Indianapolis ami we had to get our paroles aa beat we could The second dav after the battle apt Kerr of Co K and another Captain whose name have forgotten and If went out by permission of the and went over the bat1 Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ -1 Â¬ Â¬ the onestion why won en do not bathe more extracted i iii 1 IIJClOBe Vt rJ from the annual reisirt ol the public Uttlis of a West Lnd parish w hich euUils a over CV00O a year to tb- rate-Â¬ payers The totals for swimuiiiix and tirst second and third class private baths In each case the return is for the vear ending March 25 L- are shown and clearly proven much a procct imga von mention would amount to collusion or fraud the prcseiTec ol which would induce the court to reluse the relief sought widow entitle- - to of land Bold under execution 1 1000 Worth WHY 15 Of Other Medicines Failed Â¬ But Hooda SarenpnrHIn Cave PerHealth fect dower iu a trait f7 Veil Men Hal 564 7106 77rti05 Worn n lathers Â¬ 89 1890 1891 1893 toltacco lieid UALtOKKKSPOMtrV HOti CHOLERA We give the following as we find it with i remark that if worth any thing rth much It has been ihit in all hogs aflUctea1 with W K that this disease tln to the blind tooth i th fonnd in li lly black in appear- w tlie iiMr itu 1 ing out from me on jaw between the with eat but a soon as xtrartel they begin to Sufficient ex peri men ts liave been ma couvin them that two facts jrere - let who lack teeth ami necond that t the ertain - iiv cixcixxatia Mi- mer - W Cliat- Itioll- - trip to Mountain Mrs an i ends live inner on the COIlimo enemy appearing we returned to camp and Saturday morning were again ordered ut and marched out about eight and late in the evening a portion oi the command had a slight skirmish w ii li the advance of Kirbv Smiths armv and raptured two field pieces from them which the eiiemv had no use for Dim at dark I was ordered back to lard it during the niiriit This dutj we performed and most of my corn- got a little upper at midnight and to sleep soon turned in I lav down on the ground under a tree witli a root for a pillow at about I oclock with nothing to eat At about 4 oclock lav morning August 30 I was bv an Order v from Headi mar-join our regiment in double quick At onv all wa confusion Some got a bite to eat an j i none among irded ter my ni and by pin we were toe ti on the march in double quick Water get and I never saw men sutler for water and from the dust and hot sun as thev did But on nt men thro wing a way knap- ind even rests occasional I j one tlefield I le- would fail out of ranks exhausted To our surprise and indignation we ineiiiber of having as many ah three found ni deal just as they had fallen and i on me at one time mid quite a number of Kentucky planters an also a number ot sla When we arrived at the Brick Church the liattlefield We asked them what ivon Richmond we thev would take to bury Dor dead and giineut the would make li charge but we ting r the aphem ail the money are could spare clllV At this late day I have no idea of the We tiled into line and most of the amount but if allowed to give an im ii exhaustion fell upon I know it 20 -I - W II IV ii1 and waits upon o a musket As h keeper by Major DOWN TO BKDIKXK We My by two or three of his tied what little water had in their canteen upon him this time W one of only - iii and we returned to mil Capt Collins of Co I was wounded apt W was so much exhausted and Buffered so much that he became totally blind and Cant Collins of Co 1 also died some yean after never recovering from his wounds I kept t le up o Manaon and till orders apt Nation and up like men by the i replj was that apt Natiti and his men never dis- an order imt we have double oaily indicated and we are exhaust click ron- ed and cant stand - been can stand as much t all man in my company ami I cant In the 1 iv in tin lani- - Jed Mire ol w ith the e y are that ROtietV - hack to Headqoar- ind so hi returned with the order atin and his company nave peruiis iou to lie down Firing had iron for some minutes to our at this time - on returned and said Capt Nation ia ordered by Gen Mansn to take Joa B and I and a iv the ike and along an old fence to an old lanper it in D I take Mi thought Ilot and mb-- write the link first nobei see-essaiy to con a nt think that ing an ar- - with pnt on the uiee that t1 a iwttli every time thev s II fj public Bad the not the one who back ami who ma editii lOinairlnK v turned and is Tle prods tlie ur any other I Bart etasna way again - -- when datii aj paajfcapaan make tint to be tr Sfary that Itill m in Iite- sbaal thi ixiit one mile distant and there in not have an end fo rm a skirmish line and hold until re- Â¬ upon lieved we advanced along this fence the - opened tire on us but wen nidation upon niid it means that the lowest away that their shot did but little dam- tcept mowing down the briars in nached and that when a occurs recover will not be ur way The only Italian was that deceptive which befell W II lVopps of mv com - the point to which pany He was shot through the right mir ne teiition The davs lang the ball passing clear through his ill nidation have passed and body and coming out near his spine He fell and some half an hour afterward on the threshold of recover - in the midst of found him lying on his face I turned plenty i leading lnerehant reinarked re- - him over and discovering no sign- ulat we want now is more work life in him we left him for dead and be k This means an inaiiura- reported on the muster roll a period of confidence rather than We arrived at the old road as ordered of gloomy predi and formed a skirmish line but were not mi to bedrock let us tmild allowed to wait long before we heard the npon that and the foundations will be approach of troops in front of us called for volunteers to advance far continu enough in the thick brush in our front to see what troops they were The InrsM in liniments for Catarrh tliat con whole noanpiay offered their services tain Mercury I then ietailed Sergt Oilson Ridge A- - awrcary will surety dc tnn the and lroitsman I believe they soon reof smell and comjleteh derange the whole turned w ith the infoimation that it was system when rate lias it through the two relel legim nts Asspeedilv asp Sack articles should sihle we prepared for their reception never be as M prescriptions lrin They soon appeared coming arouud the ans as the damage the thick wood in an open Held when in willd - ten fo full view thev were only about Ki cards sibiv derive from them HatTa Catarrh from us They were not axpeetiag any Cure manufactured by V J Chcnev obstruction at this point and when we oledo O contain- - nomercurv ami opened a broadside into them thev were is taken internallv acting diectlv upon panic stiicken Thev fell back but wc the blood and mucous surfaces of th oU ve1 orders to maintain our position em In buying Hails Catarrh Cure be until ordered away lint the rebels tire you get th lh aken j sooU re appeared with two more regiernaliy and made in Toledo Ohio b ments They divided two of them F JCIrne C Testimonial free passing the thick wiods on our right aSf u u uiajjuu jtw price 75c per an the other two on our left and as they emerged from the timber they Were met on the left by a rapid fire from Co UNWRITTEN HISTORY I and on the right from Co B n the right we almt got intoa IN Ill 111T AT till II- combat A relel genera was i kV shot and fell from bis horFe but a few N Tlov u TllKlvrr varls in front of me I snn saw that having seen published a history of tin they with their sujierior force w part taken by the nth Ind in the bat- surrounding us then 1 hnoberad order tle of Richmond Ky Aug th and ordered a retreat We ran down a lrlM- irrnlhi liana jf that hollow ravine and took a zig zag course event to the point at which we had left our The legiment was organized at In nt As we passed Tap Hous- dianapolis August 18 js j wwith his ammuni aaaiaatioa bad been txaanleted at Rich tion wagon I ordered him to head the inond Iinl a few davs hefure with the other way and as he was turnin ii of a part of the r team one of tlie front aaajei was shot olhcers which were rtfalU Pap tumped unhitched Ill On the evening of the 26tb we and cut the lines and drew our arms and marched rVwn the Idle mule but before he Not a man in tin got the team headed in the right direcid ever drilled with j tion his oil mule was killed arid then he in hand or loaded a nni Kr reed to give the rehaoBohrel af l ii in the ammunition which thev Bawled But OX we went Arriving at the point boa green w we had left the beware of the Indue time we arrivcl in Louisville nd we found that ien Manaon our tents it without my orders or giving me is for don that skmnisd iiue Lexington where Ue arrived in due time a man to he seen and a uble quick andbi ad bedrock must 1 Â¬ -hand-to-hand Â¬ 11 l Dick Crawford brought his old child from me It had been inar i at fiir month- - old and being sickb everything ran through it like wa- Â¬ ter through a sieve I gave it the usual treatment in such cases but without benefit The child kept growing thinner un- but little more than when I or perhaps ten poend then staittd the father to giving hambcrlaint Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Keruedv IJcfore one loltle of the 2j cent sire had been used a marked improvement was seen and it- - continued use cured the child akneaa and puny constitution disap peared and its father and myself believe that the child- - life was saved bv this rem edv J T M vrlovvk M DTamaroa III For sale by W F lowtrs and T S Lat June twerri - ji 1058 a I may mention that the baths are Can a person legally purchase from a splendidly equipped and are up to date druggist spiritous liquors 00 a prescri in every way and easily accessible to a tion indefinite as to quantity and so as dense population MD to embrace futuresales 7 00 This question is fully anAnswer Bather akia a carcass for pay in the swered by the Court of Appeals in the public streets than be idly dependent 011 case of the Commonwealth vs Day charity which wa- - decided last November and If thou desirest ease in this life keep though based on an act regulating tl thy secrets undisclsed like the modest of liquor in Fleming county is neveitln losehud mportant in its rulings to the whole Let every man sweep the snow from state as a leading tse under the new before bis own doom and not busy himconstitution and local option laws self abowt the frost on his neighbors Without going into the facts of tiles ease which aie here uiini cesssarv tlie ian of little learning deems that court in its mandate says little a great deal a frog never having liist The distiller can not fill physeen the ocean considers its well a great sicians prescription much less could he sea sell with nit it or dispose his product Aa gold is tried by the furnace and the otherwise than is permitted by tlie art baser metal shown so the hollow hearted No other person than the Second friend is known by adversity physician or druggist can sell barter In youth a man is deluded by other give loan or traffic in such liquors iu ideas than those which delude him in any quantity whatever with or without middle life and again in his decay he a prescription embraces other ideas Third Nor can person by imor There are three things to beanie of tatkin or others rvant through life When a man is voung let r as a go beta eeu procure or deliver to him beware of his appetites when he is anothei such liquor- middle aged of his passions and when eraae thonjrh such person may with a old ot covetoiisness especially ptescriptioti prescribed in faith bya The fish dwells in the depths of the physician procure such liquors iroiu the Waters and the eagles in the sides of the phvsician or dm srist to ho heaven the one though high may be medicine The sick man need not y readied with the arrow and the other after the liquor in person though deep with the hook but the Fourth Each sale or procurement heart of man at a lsts disttance can must be accompanied by a distinct prenot be known scription and a person can not obtain 00 Bach liquors from the droexists or phyA Richmond youth is extremely diffisician on a prescription indefinite aa t dent and very much in love with a girl quantity so general a- - to cover luture He had made half a dozen attempts lelivei to tier her his heart and hand but on each occasion he had fallen short Ayeri Ague ranted to cure To add to the acrionaneae of tlie situa- all malarial disorder when taken accord tion the girl was ready to accept him as iag to direct d by all deal soon as his proposal was in definite shape medicine Even tlie mother was willing but lat- Bonk Kccjiiii siiirilinil ai iv n mi tit terly she had grown tired ot the dilatory ship tactics and labiaii policy of the suitor We bare recentlv ptt and had kicked on ins coming so often he ab- e e r to home and staying so late Sent o Hundreds hie night after three hours of struggle study cen benefited hundred of dollar- - by on his part and much delicate encourage ment on the part of the girl he had r our seized her hand convulsively gaed imploringly into her face and was about college ion wou 11 receive credit one fifth through an impassioned appeal g book ke to j to her to be hisn when the mothers aranvoice sounded clear on the night from weeks b tne old plan I tced under certain conditions Send few tlie he of the staus e and Tlie rooth stopped short but held on our tr r arant Ad lre s J F came the maternal voice Prac- Is that young man there querulously yet No yet mother replied Mary sashV Shorthai d and rweetly down on the face of her Tenu So vacation enter an time Cheap Boineo but hes getting there NB We pay cash for all va And DOa in due time the cards may board lie out stenographers 00 teachers tcd to 1- pro vided are fill same ewir elected justice of the 4S 13 in charging a jury f r the tirst time said IttiiiicroH in the Saaetaav Oentleinen of the jury charging a jury is ired a larc TheCliMW a new business for me as this is my first ibacco and rell as myself have heard it lavs open in t m Every nea all the evidence in the ease u have uaacribei mseli also heard what the learned conaael have to a twist the abund said If you believe what tlie counsel and dace we come to ihii every for the plaintiff has told yon your verne to dict w II be for the plaintiff hut if on tak the other hand you believe irliai the dehim free and for nothing and if fendants counsel has told you then you be do - jritis be best he Will give a verdict for the defendant taw then he is no judge of the wei Bat if you are like me and dont believe what either of them said then Ill be ANNOUNCEHENTS d d it know what you will do Con- Â¬ stable take charge of the jurv 8944 1894 Â¬ n J8 Widow Answer She is Her right of dower can only be barred by her own act re She would not UaasUahaBOBt or waiver In1 however if the execution or BBSS was upon a judgment rendered on a mortgage in which she joined or for unpaid purchase meae STRENG THRONGED What is the Attraction at In not and ultrv taaaen lik- the -Al BARGAINS rt in big oae at that If ma l inter offer ftil hare of right -i I I STRENGS bi Jfr Arthur VcCoaucU rUaaeeeta J TT Tlm Co Lowe I mm tli U1U1I eines prescritimi luo what il humei iln KirMv Mi liars wcrth of other met1 M do for etc have fatldone My Very Likely You Think Little price- - and little wula times in ten that - t W itit Wtir- rill vi ilnnlit our 111 -- te Â¬ agaadaM jellef weal toCaiifcrfmr rears I wa tak I - aa lege 1 uic branrM sal at Sin Fran- a t 11 oril inoiitln Chicago 11 at Kii i tiiI Mtical -- ilit - hl s 1 better was then runililSSi My US pound with a heavy an rcit on My Friends Did not Know me h f- I was so lata sad mate ami basajal lues 1 Au and I began in the gust k to 11 WLWANT GASH ir b 111 And in order t get ASH thev last the following 11 also my wife to lnvc me try HooT s Sanapu Put awli tane flaws a erj to my surprise I esmsaoMse to f el itinVrently aft r a week on Baas I toaa I was hungry and that I coull - sr- - ti left n safcs rtle it will CI r Au- nri III - tak the l ASH r qil te t ni ant four h there suit that s bargain pri the bargains I mm Now In WlKh a h1 n hare m I Cood Hcaith work ri to take P everyinwg Â¬ aha has BUM cures Barge Hoods1Skills PTTr 03 vuivw I haw AWTHlB I l Ten CASH -- thai r IX LT11U U Â¬ a Florida yet Â¬ Hoods p eatesntflree i Â¬ Three Dress P Thr s I Pattern 1 Â¬ Ire 1 Drest Five t iress - ne Â¬ If You Need a Now is Dress OOWLEDGB and rightly life more with i a voor time aw they will ae of Dress -- tit ill al i Iint delav lii ill the v y ire liqnid i iu tlie Syrnii Its excellence is duo to its presenting in the form most acceptable and an i truly ant to the I of a perfect lax- -- H J STRENG -- tem and fevers and p ition ion to millions It baa I lical met with the approval and rnv Is without weak- Â¬ ening theui and it - perfectly free from every all drug- Syrup f FLsis in Oe ind SI lultii but it is nia Fi- - Syrup i i only whose name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs I you will not and being well accept any substitute it otic i- 1 Kid I am m fn a ith- - Â¬ Jellico and Beaiiyuille Coal I 1 00 I lagan drugglstc The silent gallows is yearning or the neck of the li artless brute who without the slightest provocation stabbed A lei sudor to death near Mt Sterling Tlie victim was stabbed seven times The sooner the country is rid of such cattle as Anderson the better Hanging is too good for him Â¬ by the FOR JAIL1 M TABLERS T G K 1C i BUCKEYE secured an imtnett- tl miners strikr begun bat t lxtH I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PjiKi A OLD A few GlUMBLEll 00 TAX NOTICE The City Tax is now due Please call and settle Office at Jack Freemans store DR hot weather hints are not out of d just now Dont worry Dont hurry Dont overeat Pbnt drink alcoholic beverages Dont speculate Dont answer unpleasant correspondence in the middle of the dav Hont -- dont inflict hot weather advice on your neighbors 00 A spendthrift has two chances to misers one of reaching heaven murderers are having a Waterloo at tlie present time What is the country coming to What is to be done if the gallows are to lie robbed of lit subjects by legal technicalities If ever there was a time when something should be done to check there wholesale butcheries that time is now A soft fair skin is the result of pure blood and healthy liver to secure which Avers Sar aparilla is the Superior Medicine Ladies who rclv uon cosmetics to beautify their complexions should make a note of this bearing in mind that thev cant improve upon nature Bed handed BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD 1IY 7 SURE end CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as the This Supply Is Nearly Exhausted And no more an acooanl of the sean ity sSA2rK AII UKlliOISTS jcd ssiou imt until the the in of coal tr IIUTs riSUttle iilHTttt will sell aja in re iracte Sealed bids will be received bv the PresiÂ¬ FREEMAN City Collector dent until noon o50 Chas Ds C I I BUSHELS Tl lis i nti--ar- the Casav had his itrutus Charles I bad bis Cromwell but Ood help us the United States has its Congress If tlie devil were to lock and bar his door some men would break in in spite of him If there is progression after death etrnitv will be old liefore some reach DOUGLAS TURPIN July 7th 1894 CO for the constmctio i of six miles of the turnÂ¬ for iiiiintdiati iltlivrv toint is niav in-- mpplkxL Pattis in irdtT thai Architects 204 E MAiN ii STREET Speedville Kingston and Menaaus Builders RICHMOND KY QUESTIONS OF LAW COXnCCTBD BV tlie highest sphere slKIIIKN who hows to the dictates of fashion fool and a slave If all the whisky in tlie world was diluted with the tears it has cause to lie shed no one could drink enough of it to bee line intoxicated A monarehv witli a wise and just king is letter than a country with a lot i lie both a Any questiTi of liw wliih CuMU s ub KTlbcn risk la be informed will be li J kucb qscstioa i j Lrd in nh iiesnns shouli not exceed thirty length and only one que non i permit led it a time The initials ef th r will be etl but the lull name and adlre- - must he ramie of Olies- tc11 from Ciivn sbacriben saW vii he sss snered iil they must make them in good faith otherwivf the wll receive no atten A friend lias liotijiht a farm and is hav inufjoine truufale alxut liis vendor re inoviiij some of the fixtures What are fixtures iu law J Q aajansr lean not fullv define and fully explain what is a fixture within the scope of this answer Ordinarily it may lie said that a lixttiie is a thim originally personal property in its nature bat w li ich by being attached te the land either actual v or constructively beeeesee in leanl contemplation real estate or a part thereof ienerally the thing must be actually fastened fixed orset into the land or in some erection on tlie land Thane are however ansae things Bach as keys window shutters blinds dHir step screens manure and the like which are some of them absolutely and others conditionally held to lie fixtures though not actually fastened to the real estate In determining t ii nnvtiir HiuingiK a nxture or not it is often necessary to know who affixed H and between whom the question is raised In every cans of doubt or dispute by all means advise with a lawyer and pay him toradvi Â¬ Â¬ in FAMISH Will furnish plans and specifications for all kind o boildiaff and superintend same at the lowest prices Will also con- tract anv work in our line We are pre pared to do the linest work on h rt no tice -- pike road Hids will be consideied for one half mile- - tor one mile or more or for the whole reserving the right to reject anv or all bids Profile specifications ec can be seen at W I Powers lruK Store Richmond Ky Forjbrther ink nation call on or B L R BLANTON Hi M am ami b st im Miuarr fVn anch utlice at Middeltoi Office and Yard cor 36- - irt li I 34 B PARKES President ston Kv makers When a man becomes disgusted with himself he is certain of making a better citizen Tlie one with the loaaaaf face at tlie funeral often has the shortest sympathy When future historians record the deeds of the soldiers of our Civil War the heroism of the Creeks and Komans will pale intojusignificance You cannot judge intellect by the size of tlie head Tlie largest pumpkin often has the fewest seed W lien people learn that Christianity means chcrity and not all prayer the churches will have to double their seat ing capacity The brain like the plow becomes brighter with use Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast but some so called music makes savages 01 n al Money makes the mare go It also - cashiers go to Canada Â¬ of fool law WHITE Railroad WeIck Smash Op iK GIBSON li Siauirhteriiitr W st ai N Crookedfl F DONT FORGET WE HAVE THE LARGEST SPRING STOCK WE HAVE EVER HAD Lavas e at of c nt u m- Â¬ s - o su A u friitirnniiniiiuW wi IIitll rieTTs 1 re- B I v lti mj l - IU 45c - 1 IIHU rth fcA L WW JPC - oS worn woVth LATEST STYLES AND PRETTIEST GOODS AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH EVERYBODY Laundried Shi fCor Bivaiil jcs V asSuit- s fto Me- - Straw If anii WOrlh - A t a ai Men hf - JvBja rr a kjt llandkerehieis vard Laces Ladi 10c a s Ialics Ladies Have rf i ui adrens Lace Cap- - 15c vara WU oc worth STL jw a 5 RichmK 3c 4 COlsIE JJTID LOOS Our Parasols ami Fans ar the ira Slipper pair Lades Seamless Hose If Price 10c Ladk - 00 The Tall Mall Budget has started a very earhrea subject in a late number What do you think readers of an Kng- lisb paiH r seriously asking the question Are Women Cleaner than Men Yet such is the heading ot a letter published in tne inhet As a curiosity I insi rt the whole letter To Tin Koitor or thk Im Mall lit Puktiikst Q thk Mvukkt i our fancy Is casipletal mm IKSL COME EARLY nFPARTMFNT vjts ana un Cloths at haTa price t 0000 worth of alaalit Suits at voreenpaathe joint action the hnshiind and wife Uth Would the Circuit Jndae -- runt m in ions fo the divrc and the hiisbund navniK made mtastactory settlement noon the wile Th hildren I bin eoartbv aaz- - We are prepared to moot any price where Gqsm and AND GET THF U THE PL tmnnaak In these days when women are Arawser No There til The Kevolt of dren and the vriilinun the Da ism and other do not alt iggeatwna are dished up i courts in K ing maawiies forum n j Sj H 4v Â¬ bejanj no chilof th m j WHITE RltHMOM GIBSON KY NEW 5S YIIK STIIE mCcSEE ran unlesagoo pasjg Sr 2A I Friar are shown and clearly proven Such a ii mention would amount procee lingas women do not bathe EMI collusion or fraud the prcsenVe of to i inclose yon souiestatistics extracted frouitheannualreiHirtof the public baths which wotllo imiuce me conn 10 Of relief sought of a West End parish which entails a the But loss of over nVW a year to the rateIs a w idow entitled to lower in a tract totals for swimming and payers The of land sold under excel tioii first second and third class private baths W now In each case the return is for the year She is Her right of dower Answer ending March 26 can only be barred by her own act n VV lathers Men Bath linnet iehllioal or waiver She would not 5641889 be however if the execution or aie Wan o upon a judgment rendered on a 6g 779D5 n584 Si 973 mortgage in which she joined or for unÂ¬ 8944V 1j 7 1893 paid purchase money i ue li THE CLIMAX FUEXCH TI1TON PCKLthM Kl KV I WI1K AT CROP Em u K lN KSDl V BY The wlimax Printing J H Co The wheat is looking very lino--ifact A tanner re Â¬ it never looketl better Why are marked t an t Jjc- other ear will have wheal enoagb this vear to fill ef tin Atlantir BO that you could the - for llichntonI Ky We arriveil at Islington on or abont the 23d on Sunday and at Richmond where we went into camp on the even-in- to marc hal orlcrs POWELL Proprietor and Manager Gen l JM ilrv shod over to into tin I ll I nghiml it it were PKICK IK VKAli 11 I f150 V 1 REPUBLICANS IN THE SEVENTH Low nf Oweu county is being mcil in einnectln itli tl initiation in 1 io li Ihatriet It will probably all end in talk however as there seems ibt that Major II C afe- ike the iajce as an lueV penik nt and that the Republican will ate but will entlorse bun A 1 DEMOORATIC TICKET Wlh- - THEY ham Wl lll D nine over ami hare of the shining earth and snbsile until they have berosne to be hot load- ult that is due t tlie tact thai the notorietjr laed attract snki newtspapei pnblk itr and thereupon pronto the cavernous obliv- iii whence they came to strut a titfili hour and then sneak hack again -I liicli claiming a the Mth Paring this time it was the hoteat and time I ever experienced- - The dust was ankle deep in many places and water hard to get The cnnsetpionee was much suffering on that account We were under command oi ien CaaBioe M lay and I had command oi his body- Â¬ guard an honor highly appreciated hv myself and the hoys of mv squad luring my intercourse with Gen Clay I learmii that the object of the exHili- tion was to guard a piotiaiuai tiaia through to Cnmberiand jaai to supply ien Morgan army and that we were to keep between Kirhy Smiths army then marching through Kentucky and keep them aa fat Iroaa the Ohio Riveras ile without bringing on an engage ment Bat abont this time at Richmond the command was joined hv Jen Manson and as learned owing to a disablement K tw cell them as to the course to lay being the junior otli pursue ien cer and believing that the course pro- of 1 Â¬ 1 hv ien Manson would he iliiay trous he left the command entirely to that officer and retired Our time ap to Friday was employed in arranging our ramp n that day we were ordered out on the Rogerville or Cumberland isp pike and formed skirmish line Co B occupying a large toliacco tield o enemv appearing we returned to camp and Saturday morning were again out and marched out about eight in the evening a portion of the command had a slight skirmish with the advance o Kiihv Smiths annv ptnred two tield pieces from them the enemy had DO use for lust at dark I was ordered hack to camp to guard it during the night This ditty we performed and mostofmycom- panv got a little supper at midnight and allowed to sleep soon turned in I lay down on the ground under a tree root for a pillow at about oclock with nothing to eat At about 4 oclock Saturday morning August 30 I was aroused by an Orderly from Headquar- to rejoin our regiment in dHible tl is At once all was confusion a bite to eat an a j t none itei my name is recorded and by the ti epiug we were on the march in dooble Uicfc Water a as almost imp get and I never i men sutler for water and from the duit and hot inn as they did But on we went meu throwing away knap sacks coats and even vests occasional I one I re would fall out of ranks exhausted memlier of having as many as tbre and cartrii t on me at onetime trace the When we arrived at the Brick Church oii liichlnond we Hag of our regiment the or the ap- -- L UKKKSPOMiKMI CIlOLKRA as we tiul it with t reuiaik that if worth any- t is worth much It has Im cii that in all bogs atllieted with this lis ase there is a falae tooth found similar to tin- - blind tooth in ily black in a lollowins i lie give the WK iin out from - the upper jaw one on uated between the - extracted rn readib affected with nt i goon a they begin to nt experiments ho i tliern that two lifts w re that all black teeth ami oe - - the Main I1W CIXCIXXATIAXS SIMMER Mrs YV 1 a flying trip to ey are cntlin- - hen atsmt two mile- - on our iwtlie flag of our regiment in the road We advanced to tlie run and on arriving at the regiment were ordered to fall hack a half mile and form askirui-ish-lin- e on the route we had just passed over We iluuhls ijwerkfiil hack and just as the line wan formed the regiment re trcated and we were as Aitemas said ordered to go All went on double quick to the grave yard when another stand was made On arriving in line I was again ordered to fall lick alioiit half a mile and form another skirmish line I again informed il ill it IV IS the HUH tiw Mior men weeevhansted and sntleHr- - almost agony lor water Cos A and F were ordered and alioiit tie time the one was formed the reheat advanced in force and the two companies tell back into line The tiring was now general and heavy Sam iaynian of my companv advanced boot Ht paces in front while John II Moore advanced a few Steps and sat on a stump in the thickest of the tire Gay man soon had Ins leg broken below the which was the next day ampuknt tated I was also wounded in the right breast by a musket ball Those A general retreat waa ordered of us wounded here were taken to the Female Seminary which was used by our side for a hospital That night the rebels generously permitted BBC to eat two crackers and a piece of raw bacon about as lare as the three lingers of the bacon and crackers furnished them by had eaten tor two days us the tirst Meantime we had marched about 10 miles and double ipiicked and inn abont 1 No wonder I have never been able to do a days work since The next day I was permitted to leave the hospital and lo to that pail of the I regiment captured found them cor raled inside the public square Our regiment had gone into the light with no Colonel the Colonel havingnever joined the regiment but resigned a lew days after his appointment lieut Col Stout a good and brave man was wounded early in the day from which wound he afterward died The command then devolved on Major Waterhotise w ho was also dangerously wonnded alioiit the He also time of this general surrender died some years afterward of his wounds Tin next thing was the paroling of the men and strange as it may seem Gen Manson and stall were paroled soon alter the capture and left for Indianapolis and we had to get our parolee as beat we could The second day after the battle apt Kerr of Co K and another Captain whose name have forgotten and went out by permission of the st Marsbal and went over the bat-Â¬ the i ike 1 iioi l v 11- - ttiH oiiestion - whv 1000JVVorth Other Medicines Failed Hoods 8arsnpnrllla Cave feet Health Per- - Â¬ WHY IS 8TRENG THRONGED What is the Attraction at SUAL BARGAINS taMat Wt go ins ttinl iir oih s at tliat nlone awtroke itself mat b inter rigtrifit share of wliat m I 1894 454 1 ttt i I IK--i- i mav mention that the baths art- - y equipped and are up to late in every way and easilv accessible to a dense population 00 Â¬ Rather akin a carcass for pay in the public streets than be idly dependent on charity If thou desirest ea4 in this life keep thy secrets undisclosed like the modest rosebud Let every man sweep the snow from before his own doors and not busy himself abont the frost on his neighbors tiles A man of little learning deems that little a great deal a frog never having seen the scan considers its well a gnat Â¬ sea - gold is tried by the furnace and the baser metal shown so the hollow hearted friend is known by adversity In youth a man is deluded by other ideas than those which delude him ill middle life and again in his decay he embraces other ideas There are three tilings to beware of When a man is young let through life him beware of his appetites when he is middle aged of his passions and when old of covetoiisness especially The ti ih dwells ill the depths of the waters and the eagles in the sides of the heaven the one though high mav be reached with the arrow and the other though deep with the hook but the heart of man at a foots disttance can not Ik known A- Can a person legally purchase from a druggist spiritous liquors on a pn tion indefinite as to quantity and sons MI to embaace future sak This question is fully an Answer swered by the Court of Anuaaala in the vs Iay of the Commonwealth which wa- - decided last November and though based on an act regulating the sale of liquor in Fleming county is neveitbi- mportant in ita rulings to she whole as a leading case under the IN Stat constitution and local option laws Without noing into the facts of tie case winch are lute unnecessary the court iii its mandate says T irst The distiller can not till H physicians prescription much less could tie sell with out it or dispose his product otherwise than is permitted by tl No other person than the Second physician or druggist can sell baiter give loan or traffic in such liquors in Â¬ Â¬ In hot itn sitltrv tini s like I STRENGS tlie- -- - Mr Arthur McConneU rensacata Florida -- C tines I nKii a rv oi LaweB Mass v My heme is in Fnrla tiiit la ts i I went to lour rears I was takea sick Biaaiii ta ami aaa im tkit assistance but isana 10 ww wimt othfrmedl- etc hare failed to do for ii of Very Likely You Think Iittli times aa Joabt -i- Ital at Sin Fran- I was in tin M -- voral months ant at Hush lege Chi ago 11 My 1 It to Pensirsls better- a on was tliUs to relief Taet learooiebi in - and little val thai tea k-Ii light - vVait tiil till too - -- My mate a Friends Did Not Know Me I WLWANT ami I liegan aes uraan In Au- ia tlie GASH yoa 1 t t- - any quantity whatever a prescription ird Nor can a with or without raited tii peson by impor- Â¬ Â¬ 00 A Richmond youth is extremely diffi- Â¬ dent am very much in love with a girl He had made half a dozen attempts to offer her his heart and hand but on each occasion In- had fallen short To add to the seriousness of the situa- tion the girl was ready to accept him as soon as bis proposal was in definite shape Fven the mother was willing but latterly she bad grown tired oi the dilatory tactics and Fabian policy of the suitor ami had kicked on bis coming so often and staying so late me night after three hours of struggle on his part and much delicate encourages ineiit on the part of the girl he had seized her hand convulsively gazed imploringly into her face and waa about one fifth through an impassioned apical to her to Ik- hisn when the mothers voice Bounded clear on the night lioin the head of the sta The ft Ith stopped short but heid on came the maternal voice Is that voiing man there querulously yet Not yet mother replied Marv sniil iweetly down 00 the face of her Borneo but hes getting there And now in due time the cards may be out Â¬ Â¬ tation or otherwise as agent or servant or a a go between procure or deliver to another such liquors to he used cs a hev erage though such person may with a prescription prescribed in good faith by a physician procure such liquors from the physician or druggist to be medicine The sick man need not go after the liquor in Fourth Kadi sale or procurement must be accompanied by a distinct prescription and a person can not obtain such liquors from the druggists or phy- Â¬ sician on a prescription indefinite as to sural as to cover future quant delivi 8 my wife to bars me try Hood naraapai r Pat aw II nates tlaa a to my surr rne I eowaaeeeed to feel ilinVrently after i weak on H ava I found I nil tliat I could sic better tliat UredleeBBg me S taysitt H Ami in order thev bWt til full wilier I -- rriitlv reduced ir in iniml hirwi jr th- CASH h will tik slso lift asaarllat wars asrd niio tmtfes and four boxes of Hoe Is lMls wwn tiercult that I am Now In Cood Health wpIrJi Mi aeaaawtfewre a exxt a weiland liare nst Waea are tike nut iniiui note Doal bargaia priees tin the barjpiins tor Eiito - Hoods aaa haast I Jik- eurisBarge els- Cures 1 CASH s E ban thai Catted States illa- - sssdaaslyea Hools F yet pnawaOy and cure all malarial disorders when taken accord i by all dealers in to direct medicine Book Keeping Threi I Mmriiunil and IVnuian ire 1 iation Lookout Mis A Mountain Mrs guter immer on the nial spiritt suable land on - - - a ho i ii anl lie t waits upon dining in common The as housekeeper by tlefield To our surprise and indignation we found our dead just as they had fallen We found quite a number of Kentucky planters and also a number of slaves on We asked them what the hattledeld they would take to bury ourdead and thev would make no charge but we gave them all the money we could spare iny At this late day have no idea of the We tiled iut line and most of the i but if allowed to give an im- In m xhaiistion fell upon I know u I won ay about Si W II Prop ive a I kept onl ml we returned to a musket iral Capt Collins of Co was ick of sunstroke As h Wounded apt Winget of Co i was by two or three of his so much exhausted and suffered so much tie little water that he became totally blind and Capt had iii their canteens upon him Collins of Co I also died some vears and About this lime after never recovering from his 1 1 I We ban prepared books oi be above especially adapted 0 studv Sent 01 Hundred- have been benefited hundreds of dollars hv ordci r sll Kire Dies- - Pa SDrc--ne Ine I t our - college you would receive credit j If You Need a KNOWLEDGE rt and improvement and - roar time a- - thev will not a special sale of Dress nil- will al- - make sp ti delav lttt come at Dont Dress n book kc to Now 1 2 week- - bv t guaran Send for J is teed under certain condition- our free illustrated o w- Address Shoithai Tcnn year v F rightly used adapting The many who liv life more with - to d 1 iville n eater ant board cancies N Ii V 00 A newly elected justice of the in charging a jury for the lirst tune said Ceitleiiit n of the jury charging a jury is a new business for me as this is my tirst ell a- - myself have beard all the evidence in the case You have als heard w hat the learned counsel have aid If you believe what the counsel for the plain tiff has told you your verdict will be for the plaintiff but if on the other hand you believe wliat the defendants counsel has fid you then you will gtve a verdict for the defendant Hut if you are like me and dont believe what either of them said then Ill be d d if I know what you will do Constable take charge of the jury 00 The silent gallows is vearning for the neck of the heartless brute who without Â¬ teachers v time Cheap pay cash for ail vadiers reported to pro 1- laxative iy Syrup of I lence is due to its ire liqnid 1 in tlie H J STRENG I if DOWN Tt rKliuK under tire the rode up and I wounds ided we fill same j in i 69tfl lnJ in the form most acceptable and and truly mt to the taste the beneficiaJ of a perfect lax- tern llainrrnv the tail w apt Nation and stand up like men My reply waa Tell ten Manson often that apt Nation and his men never dis-but in tli til isprolaoly indu bat we have donble- nickel eight miles and we are exhaust I can pie bedrock lias been ed and cant stand stand as much t all In the as any man in my company and I cant i hack to lleadjiiar Dil soon returned with the order my in the apt Nation and his company have I red a itll theeNj lie down Firing bad icrmon for some minutes to our to the demands for econ- - right at this time The Major noon returned and said v are fill of tl apt Nation is ordered by Gen Manson that to take Cos B and I and advance a is all dethe pike and along an old fence to an old tv rock business can not boot on mile distant and there must havi an end form a skirmish line aint hold until re- Â¬ I - I Last Jane Dick Crawlord brought hi nthi old child suffering from me It had been J at lour months old ind being every thing ran through it like wa- Â¬ ter thiough a sieve I gave it the usual treatment in such cases but without benefit The child kept growing thinner un veighci but little more than when I born or perhaps ten pounds then stiitid the father to giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhna Kerned v Before one bottle of the 15 cent sire had been i ed a marked improvement was seen and its continued list cured the child Its weakness and puny constitution disap peaied and its father and mvself believe that the childs life was saved by this rem cdv J T M ABLOWE M DTamaroa III For sale by V F Power and T S I The Climax da large box ol Raincrow chewing tobacco and it lays open in the sanctum Every new tuhscribei rased to a twist noticing the al and since we come tot everv new MlbftCI e to take a twi i of thia g with hhn Tree gratis and for nothing and it nee it the best he ever saw then be is the wei I i dispelling colds beadachea and I and permanently curing constipation - and It ha- - riven sal Heal met W the them and it - perfectly free from tiouable substance ii is printed on every tiie name Syrup of Kijrs will not and being well accept nay aabatitBtc it ofin so Co only w Byrupof Figsis for sale bv a 50c ni but it is n od by iii- California Fii Syrup - am still furtii hinir nr ratomerx witii- - ANNODNCEMENTS Diin icrtcd iiril Jellico and Beaiiyville Coal seetiritl an itntnt-iicoal niitiiTs triko began but I -- TABLERS I Kk Ml upon which to build u it nidation upon means that the ioue t bed and that when we advanced along this fence the ned tire on us but wen away that their shot did but little As dam-M-e- lagan druggi- - the slightest provocation stabbed eorge liKii Alexander to death near Mt Sterling The victim was stabbed seven times NEW oner the country is rid of such eat andersoo the better Hanging is too good lor him 00 - ii aj r BUCK EYE nn IK K BTaTsSsaTVaVfh -- ADVERTISEMENTS OINTMENT cures nothing but A PILES B incurs recovery will not be tcntion ive TIim is the point to which our pe The days lilliger it in B take crops - passed and on the threshold of recoverv eiirs in the midst of plenty ing merchant re- whal we want now is more Work and hs s talk This means an inaicriira- a period of confidence rather than oinuatioii of gloomy predictions We are down to bedrock let us tmild apon that and the foundations will he fonnd n aidcontinu oil inflation have Illtill t liutuirnts for Catarrh that contain Mercury the U mercury wBlawreh desfawi the the ol jec- - ot smell ami caanatrterj derange the whole wiitn entering it through the Such articles should y to con on piescriptionslrom d the la reputable ahyiriaai as the damage the ing an ar- will J i tr fll to iK K d ll can po sibiv derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufacured by K J Cheney ft and put on the table Co Toledo contains no mercurv am that they have to is taken internailv acting aarecttr upon the blHd and mucous surfaces of th em In buying Hails Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken infernally and made in Toledo Ohio In P CWnri V Co Testimonial free and the WSold by Druggists price 7c per am not the one who bottle siih I 1 Ieare n Â¬ CX WRITTEN HISTORY awai turned and is som imiiients - TIK nGHT T HIl The iody jhkIs the mat tiovU TinmsF Ream avHiaJsapnev or any other u pnhiiabed a history of the art taken h the liltii In in Ilu hf- way atnin tie of Richmond Kv Autr ltb lsii- - I a hen clouds lrl- n colleeuons of that doth app event Wgjmnwt was organized at In In - on August It 1862 Theor- I gaauvit ion had en completed at llieh lectiug on Ind a few davs before with the a to make exception oi part of the reghnenlal fhich were completed on the Th Mb On the evening of the 2Dth we drew our marcbe from the in tins mo ryto the cars t a man in the er drillinl with hi gon in hand or loadml a iiuis haps a few who had Iteanio the tiiree- ror moit H1 i V rr H fdtu ha- - reeiv o -- a v jj iow gre-ir In due time we arrived in e were Iuisvile r tents Lexington where we arrived indue time anci uced to pitch tents - were driven wt mowing down the briars in our way The only ndahap was that which befell W 11 Tropps of my com pany He was shot through the right luiiL the ball naaahag clear through his body and coming out near his spine He fell and aoeae half an hour afterward I found him lying on his face I turned him over and discovering bo signs of life in him we left him for dead and he reported on the muster roll We arrived at the nM road as ordered and formed a skirmish line but were not allowed to wait long before we heard the approach of troops in front of us called for volunteers to advance far enough in the thick brash in our front to see what troops they were The whole company etfSerad then services I then Mailed Sergt Gibaoa lodge and Prottsman I U lieve they mooii returned w itii the iufiii iiiatioii that it was two rebel lenimcnts A speedily as poa sihle we prepared for their reception They soon appeaaad coming around the thick wood in an open tield when in full view thev were only about yards Mom us They were not expecting any obstruction at this point and when we opened a broadside into them thev were panic stricken Thev fell back but we obeyed orders to maintain our poartion until ordered away Hut the rebels soou r appeated with two naore regiments They divided two of them passing the thick woods on our right and the other two on our left and as they emerged from the timlier they were met on the left by a rapid fire from Co I and on the right from C B On the riuht we almost got intoa combat A rebel general was shot and fell from his home but a few vards in front of me I noon saw that they with their superior lone wej surrounding us then 1 disobeved orders and ordered a retreat We ran dnw n a hollow ravine and took a zig zag course to the point at which we had left our regiment As we passed Pap Hous- r with his ammuni tion wagon I ordered him to head the other way and as be was turning his team one of tlie front mules was stiot down Pap jumpel oh unhitchi d the stretchers and cut the than and Idle mule but Is fore he not the team headed in the right direction his otr mule was killed and then lie o l to give the rels one load of ammiinuio which thev needed But went Arriving at the point bad left the balance of the id we fotmd that ien Manson had left without my orders or giving me orders to abandon that sku mii li t a man to be seen 1 be double quick u aic ruck 1 Â¬ hand-to-hand Â¬ - licd hatided murderers are having a Waterloo at the present time What is A few hot weather hints are not out of the country coining to What is to be ju t now Dont worry Dont done if the gallows are to be robbed of hurry Iont overeat Dont drink fit subjects by legal technicalities If alcoholic bevrragea 1ont speculate ever there was a time when something Don t answer unpleasant corresponden e should be done to check these wholesale in the middle of the dav Dont dont butcheries that time is now indict hot weather advice on your neighbors A soft fair skin is the result of pure 00 blood and healthy liver to secure which A spendthrift has two chances to the Ayers Sarsaparilla is the Superior Medmisers one of reaching heaven Ladies who rely upon cosmetics to ir had his Brutus Charles I had icine lomwell but iod help us the beautify their complexions should make a note of this bearing in mind that thev Inited States has its Conirres If the devil were to lock and bar his cant improve upon nature door some men would break in in spite Â¬ OLD GRUMBLER TAX piCE FREEMAN City Collector BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD BY ALL UKItiasTS -kxi 5 w SURE end CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as the This SuddIv Is Nearlv Exhaiistftri J And no nnm an lo iruml until the mi mate operati ai tint of the scarcity of coal tir the preeeat I will ell ni --- The City Tax is now due Please call and settle Office Ar lu at Jack Freemans store DR Notice io Contractors Sealed bids will be received by the Presi- o50 BUSHELS Thia sstiry in urdt r thai all nn Â¬ dent until noon DOUGLAS TURPIN July 7th 1894 CO Architects 204 E MAiN the highest sphere He who bows to the dictates of fashion is both a frwil and a slave If ail the whisky in the world was diluted with the tears it has caused to be shed no one could drink enough of it to beiiinie intoxicated A nioiiarcbv with a wise and just king is lietter than a country with a lot of fool law makers When a man become disgusted with himself he is certain of making a better citizen Theonewith the longest face at the funeral often has the shortest sympathy When future historians record the deeds of the soldiers of our Civil War the heroism of the Creeks and Romans will pale intojnsignificance You cannot judge intellect by the size of the head The largest pumpkin often has the fewest seed When people learn that Christianity means charity and not all prayer the churches will have to double their seat ing capacity The brain like tlie plow becomes brighter w ith use Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast but some so called music makes savages ot us all Money makes the man- -- o H hm makes cashiers go to Canada Â¬ - of him If there is progression after death et rnitv will be old before some reach cIHSTIONSOFLAW CONIIUTKll lV STKIIIKN l IA Illlsn Any qasatioa of law upon which Cuius saa criDeTS sriatl L be informed will be in itiis raluBa provided ucfc qncstioa i iked ii fmh Question sawaU not exceed thirty wrrd in length and inly one qswstina - pernui led it time The initials of thi r will he pulibshed hut the lull name ind auiire- - mu t be ed a a guarant bits Oue it in from Climax ssbocnberi oW will swered and they munt make them otherwise they wII receive no attest d STREET Sulks RICHMOND KY for hc construction of six miles of Spcedvillc Kingston and Menaiaus turnpike road Bids will be considered for one half mile- - lor one mile or more or for the whole reserving the right to reject anv or al bids fur iiiimeiliatt-il-livert mors may In- supplied the Assistants Da Chas L R BLANTON ear Main and 15 sls otM sqoan Hrancli office at Middeltons drugstore Hi ancrd nante specifications ec can be seen Will fnrnih plans and specifications for at W I Toners Drug Store Richmond all kiniU of buiidins and superintend Kv Tor fuither inloimation call on or same at the iowe t price- Will also con addi tract anv work in our tine We are ore- J B PARKES President pared to do the finest work on sh rt iio- tice 34 4 j9 Kingston Kv Office and Yard 00 The Fall Mall Budget lias started a very curious subject in s late number What do you think reader of an Kng lish paper seriously asking the question Weald the Circuit Xndan grant a diAre Women Cleaner than Men Yet vorce utti the joint aetion in court by is the headin j oi a letter published each thehaabnad and wife loth being anxin me Buacec s a curiosity I ins rt ious for the divno- - and the hi the whole letbr having made a snhefactorv seti To the Koitor of T1K iA Mvii 111011 the wife There are no children Â¬ A friend has laaafjht a farm and is having some trouble about his vendor re morhag some of the fixtures What are fixtures in law JKJ Answer lean not fullv define and fully explain what h tixture within the seone of thai answer Ordinarily if may be said that a tixttiie is a thine orh iuallv personal fa Opel ty in its nature but which by being attached to the land either actuallv or constructively becomes in leal contemiilatioii reai estate or a part thereof ienerally the thin- - must he actually fastened fixed orset rate the land or in some erection on the land There are however some things so di as keys window shutters blinds door step screens manure and the like which are some of them absolutely and others conditionally held to lie fixture- though not actuallv fastened to the re estate In determinina whether s thing is a fixture or not it is oltetl neeessaiy to know whoatiixe l it and between whom the ouestion is raised Ii every Cage pi doubt or dispute he all means advise with a gixsl lawyer and pay him for advi Â¬ Â¬ WHITE Railroad Wreck rjaaaaa Dp GIBSON vis I mors I Haaagatariag m inject - V st ami Crookeoff Uooo Must be S Evervt DONT FORGET WE HAVE THE LARGEST SPRING STOCK WE HAVE EVER HAD nt rarll uZStSL canard ool Chalhes j V Henrietta ZG a vard ic inhains 4c a a arj wocth worth SodnTcc a up wortaTS laaaBaBBBBBBawiaaaaans ic M LATEST STYLES AND PRETTIEST GOODS aaBBBSBaBBBBsaB Mens Suits j g8 worth 10 Mens I 50 worts 4 -- 0 Bv s uits fa WOfi worth Bovs an I Me Straw Hats up Lundne1 Shirts 5c Men and Ladies Vests ex Latties Hose Handkerehi is U- iiii vard Laces 2c a vard Waits jr - rtlr AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH EVERYBODY Childrens Hos Jl JZL T sum CJ 5 K Toweh tc ard Ladn j COIMIIB Our Parasols antl Fans 3 L2riD an- ilooik n ity of I anlis HBnyui aoc an Lad oc a pair Ladies Seamless I lose loc Trunks at half price 1000 worth the dollar Carpets and Oil C COME EARLY AND GET 5 worth the Pkktiikst ox tiik Maukkt DFPflRTMFNT OUR - FANCY - GOODS MaJe MUrit SuU at Â¬ Lplit- Wean- pn paretl to neat any prioea iu tin when- THE BARGAINS OoBM titnl see Fr In these davs when uI LI lit- asserting themselves and The Revolt of - H wer AW ehil- - No intrlataia Ml nastv suggeus n tnaaasinesforoiireihaeatioti gS Z There being no iilineness of tiie pa WHITE HHHMOM GIBSON KY of the NEW YIIK STIIE SBBS C may I granting 01 Mnj BroiBak kblSCLcred flak Kates Kirlit rrsni The Shaalder retnrne1 hist week from an ex- RELIGIOUS tended visit in Men er county Commercial Ga2ette Ctwice a w a doableThe following The WincluBter DaBMcrat gives the Thirtv three Presbyteries of the Cnm taaakal editorial in hist weeks iss and the Climax 200 WEPKESDAY Mr and Mrs It I Wagers entertained following account of the murder in that HIY 4 1894 Mrs I Maupm is at Kingston vislifrland Presbyterian church voted in the Harrodaberg d the Louisville Com Through the kindnen- - of tlu city The principals once lived iu Kiel- - the Irvine Club and their fiiends royally iting relatives and friends favor of ordaining women I lead J F Yea rers local distinguished contemporary the Climax Hon Chattel H Kodaa Our nt dinner last Saturday and we Biipinise mond iumw is S Iarrish is looking alter legal The tate Missionary Confcrenceof the Haiiudahaia Demo Cincinnati Knquirer twice a week craaioa in enabled to give ita readers this morning Our city is so free from crime and it is thai was the cause ot th it vi at Mt Iiantt Christian Church will le held at Cential it last issue to tap ti fountain of its the Clim tlu- total collet tions at this oilice for the matters at Irvine this week so seldom that a tragaily aoeani here i mj stivers who has been visit Week i still aa da ok Nee lornK tbnstian Church Lexuagton in August eawaaraad inveigh in its stron Qam rear anl tor the month of Juno I The Missis llnlss guest Mi s Nettie that the taking of uiudii life excites HtM Lena stivers iur her cousin next from Loth to Ltth ones retained to Lexington Tueedaj against our BaaaaaBBtati The ooilecttona for the month of Jane Climax 2 lajreas ire interest than it doea in daces turnitl to her home at Lexingtgn Mon Maier Iu r n ic slow ly the Hon Jan Kev CeorgeO Barnes ha--- n We McCreary less than on are in excess of any month dining the more frequent Mrs thas II Redea and family are where those things are ilV- - she made aunty friends while here locals cxtateace of the office As will be seen si making his way hack from Florida to taken In advance It few davsnt fetill gnruma Hence everyltolv has lieen talking of and we hope she will visit us again P Xrers a t iv old stamping grounds in Ken tuck v Ha ive outburst on the jart of the Dero the collections for the year just ended Mrs I Weckssei left yesterday for a Iouis Kriedmans death although com With streaming banners and flying al Powell 4 Tartan Are you insured -l Iv h const are 127706 m the preceding paratively few of our people knew that colors the Irvine Base Ball Chili visited is in Bowling Green and will conduct alitor are they neks visit to friends at mnesooroiiifh l the home of herd qnence The ention of meeting of several days such a man had lived here for years Morgan county cm banal oi tlie most year our village last Saturday with their i ltiee returned Mr home from I IkiUUU II H Onaaidaring the tightness of the Ha and his brother VfanT Friedman friends and umpire with the intention of Rev J I Wills of Richmond dosed rlK remarkable man in the Mate according Cottage W Va Friday He Bethany times and the eliiscness of money w kept a small store on North Main street not leaving emugh of the Waco team for ea of meetings at Vienna in the ruination ol James YV ill graduate next year Mesicknew U ile OaiiaawiMe Oatlook the past year this show inn is aim- and after the close of business Friday eastern portion of Clark county last week in this city Hasty a nitv haelu lor was duiini Miss M K Baldwin of Vi hmond evening Iouis Friedman put the key of the coromr to bold an inquest But we e groc Mr Mc to censure and emarkabh and it - oo disui A great deal of interest was manifested oki Ky is visiiny her cousin Miss Florence the store in his pocket and went to the are happy to state that they left as a sad tlieuea oifertione d n eiil to any of Mi UnK s All rs lossea ail 07 fBWetl 3t and watch User and has and defeated crowd We would have and the chaneesaie that a Baptist hurch that the Cullectors office has never lUiil Vain illi Adntcatt postoffke This was the last seen of him refrained from mentioning their ignomin- w ill be organize1 there m the near future ever will lie disturbed by tl Tar lay not Iwtn five miles awav from hen- in 1he has heated hot the II Mr W O Owsley of Richmond visit ajVe The next morning as he lid not ious -iWIIier wno nas lieen twenty fire vears He lives in his shoo been eondiu ted upon leaner methods Bar G L surlier Financial Agent for defeat if it Iiad not been for the col For The enemies and the restoiisibe trust ronnactwl e1 his mother and family Saturday and return his brother instituted a search for umn which the Kaele presented The Christian College of the Bible i tig linn Lex- Â¬ M lv himself with a dog anl II cent him fohn Sunday lsmsti him but without avail lie telegraphed score was 7 In ii in favor of the Waco ington was in Richmond a few day and never saw a railroad train therewith has never been disc and we feel safe in w it greater ability and more Mr silas F Korria of Cincinnati is t Richmond where be formerlv lived or a county seat in thirty vears team flu- features ol the game were week on hie way to Lancaster The InHe The Vers Dont go to sleep over your insurance aleniated no the fidelity to duty than it has under visiting relatives in Richmond and the but he had not la en there1 Inquiry at the pitching of Collins the hack stop stitute is doing great work and ranks sec Men lie the fair sex in his robbedoi 3011 in mow Powell 4 Turi y the present inraaabeul of the Collectors county He is a brother of W I Korria the railway offices developed the fact work of Powers and the playing of ond to none of its character in tin- State name We doabt ra he can hardly imagine how jatamps Thursday in tiuth a called friei office He Walden for Waco and the kicking of the in matriculation -- mil fruit would W Colver of sotneiset Gen- Â¬ that he had not bought a ticket Mr Over 1500 graduates taste He has no had oi iki non roi u SB lsM cinies or have no better reason foi at the lai eral Deputy Collector was in town last wis not given to dissipation and had no Irvine team A movement is on foot of the Institute are scattered throi rietly moral 1111s than di app 41 4i jsee hou much I Week and gave the CiiMwa pleasant hifunts that he was likely to frequent iit Climax here to have the deciding game played at the world actively engaged in religious seeking office either for self or fi Call in and pay ha1 Posttnaal The morning wore awav and nothing Richmond if suitable grounds can be wmk 819 73 call the Beer re Its prosperity was very marked u are Such unworthy incentives pints 4Ti17ii- was heard from him Perplexity grew secured hi w kind of inoiilhev take during tiie past two years and renewed examination t white sini Mr J S Bush ot Gainesville Texas no one to oppose Mr McCreary f the old hlue but 01 TTt into fear and the worst was realized when orders and the energy and zeal are lieing put forth tow accompanied by his daughter Miss Aria rather strengthen the ai i Readv pr 315 Will Gilkey a colored man in goin aien are things of the past Tobacco VMIKY VIEW ard the accomplishment of greater results d applicants loth and is visiting his sister Mrs J K lykes on We should like Mirters orders are engraved are eery Kpeciala from his work in the cemeterv to his dinlsoi 07 North street J W Masters is buying blackberries The erection ol a handsome and desirably me and not the least thing thai ner in lovnterville discovered the dead for the Lexington market appointed building for the Institute hav ulin Wlagal Itai ranting Total 483240 14 tr of Kansas City M Tii imiiv Mrs Mollie Glider The new Ian iu their favor is their cheap- bolv of a man in the hack part of the Misses Maguire of shearer are ing been under consideration ami deter Â¬ their intention of 1 os MY The 01 li MoMlls ENDING accompanied by her two children is vis- cemetery mar a thicket ftwpid rate hut there never w Mr He gave the oat mm b iess ixn t will cost 11 NK 30 lSM proof iting her brother Mr N B lVatierage alarm and upi il investigation the body visiting relative- - at this place the fam mined upon a structure which regard i n nej are preferable in every way s ihiu is to lie put up on the University McCreary si Republican ilv of Win Lediuan t July Congress and 381108 90 and other relatives was foand to be the missing Friedman ones When their cheapoem Miss Annie Richardsoa left Saturday campus and the work will commence August leriared that they will LSIMI 4 company o Silia Mr Joseph McAlister of Stanfuil was lie was hying on his hack his right hand and nnderatood next Attgast Kev Surber is untiriiiL in idier lM i7 65 the guest of Mr Thos Ihelps last week at all J entertain- at the home ot by his side and his lift resting on his for a weeks stay with friends in Rich y popolar and their his labors for the Institute and is doing r 133423 14 A special attraction ther than in the Od J W Caperton on Thur on Third street breast In the left temple was a small mond accompanied by Mr Luther commendable work of the old 104037 ia brought him here tor of tin rs lxiii have been issued at November hole shewing where the deadly bullet Broaddus of that place idler 130401 fi The picnic at this place Saturday and His face was peaceful and his ADJOINING COUNTIES Tlo oo mono-i - hi Mrs i Representative Searcy of Madison entered 31 January limbs were not contorted showing that passed olf quietly with nothing to mar county spent Sunday in Lexington with rent will regret to learn of her it February the support of the party They Bet them- The wound the enjoyments of the participants with his old friend J 11 Overstreet on South death was instantaneous mk v Tni Iwrateaea March and the fteah around it were blackened the exception of a pistol shot accident- Â¬ Workmen arrived at Winchester Ipper street 1 K ntry last the Richmond National pril m by a young man under the in- Â¬ week to put in the new fire alarm for notnini with powder showing the weapon was ally fired Mi s Knssell Letcher one of the beauNational Banks declared a Mav He was atonic at The workmen to put in Richmonds ve party organization an His coat was spread fluence of whisky and c of Biclmiond is ex tired at short range tiful Ietchel sisters al dividend to dtockhokk ns by pi June 10 II His clothing was unfastened tended to by Sheriff J I Simmons who alarm have not yet appeared under him pected to visit Mss Lilian Petti this nt The Madison National Rank tbedav tioii of any and his htsoii exposed in an indecent was on the grounds to do his duty w nen Many of the patrons of Winch Total for the year 314032 19 week We Is dividends April 1st and Oc- ever any man within the there were needed Notwithstanding manner His hat was found sunn- di water works threaten to cancel their Collections for fiscal year end- Â¬ Mr Rodes Shackelford of Richmond cratie fold five hundred people on the ground the away his watch jewelry and a Wl contracts on account ol the reservoir ing Jane 30th 18SM 83314032 is a guest at the home oi Mr and Mrs tance of the party In W II small amount of money were found on his above was the only exception which water being so foul -M breen Eyes The odor of the Webb Hi us tor fiscal year end Mr Cabell H ChenPearson ilidep speaks in highest praise tor the trio person r lllldil Richmond has gotten ater is so offensive that it is unlit for ing JnneiOth 18M3 31832i ault of Ricl ml came nver to attend tioii by on Lamb and Asher under He was about 33 vears of age a native lid the mpty arh- he fair and the social entertainments of Russia Poland and with his brother An Irew Jackson it it was being conducted as an I t lollttiolls f I Void from the during the week litorial fi to give the people an outing e erv Wo III came to this country six years ago just ended over precediug my The committee II 1h eol ning William K Crutcher of the revenue They lived in Richmond a couple ot irpassed by any Uio in the county 2770ti ttiF wife of Jonah Want Born to the nother installment for the per- It lltl 1 HHll III it Richmond was rusticating for a vears and have la en here about the or all visitors expressed themselves aa girl 11 ilk- - building over there Will is usim few days with Will Could the people of II in hu Trarln rs Caaveattaa same length of time While in Rich Â¬ having enjoyed themselves The tan hark crop - much ln tter this connest efforts to rapture another of mond he formed an illicit connection Candidates from constable to s The leachers convention at Danville year than usual on account of dry attish for which the wa with Sadie Allridge and alter he came man were in attendance mixing with us undemocratic and disloyal Married iast week was one of tin at the avai weather - nil in and w ith he- are ao noted by V F P i the followed him and the relatione common folks in a manner we slniiipiint that has been hi id siin e the ters in that section ndav atTrniii at Ms William Cox of Wisemantown S uI ial animosity for tliat they would not have eiii- T ai hi was organiaed Mts were kept up As a fruit of this liason a i n and Mb th I died last week aged 70 years She had Million Boatman of Central lni child was born which is dead lie was ploved ii they were holdintr already the Rev Madisons superintendent of re unite in i Lock Qzr fox I Mr McCreary n respective offices to which tbey aspire been an invalid for many moal da number of Richmond and verrity Richmond was in the city Mon to have been married in a few weeks to looae in Ben Ab ftflrtO ft Tzr A novel sight was witnessed on oui in Meier Well they mooght and again they i MMalison counts tearbert Cincinnati to which Miss the day night en route home from Sharps a Jewess k r is the Mr Sunday afternoon four able ides Personally Im irs liver convention and they express themselves burg where he preached Sunday Rev Aldrilge was violently opposed and told moiijditnt Ik- - late Wm Barker k last Mrl trt bodied hogs were busily engaged su kin- nr- glowing terms of the main of C Cs crack foot- Mis Wolff Friedman that before H should Boatman was one Trior to her in serling a SOL HLinto V P Smith cinct in th t she would kill him and ball players el s vari- man wh Good sulphur watei close to the new one or two others were squealing around ere happily comthen herself etlii ii iny ami - and ad and the circumstances point to her as the church to tie dedicated at Bear Wallow waiting their turn Who says that a every relation in ther a - a well Messrs J R lurnini Roljert Buinam bin in P - stupid and devoid of sense our mral B incalculable value to the teachers and J Speed smith of Richmond were author of Ihe crime an she was arrested on the 4th Sunday ably known business man oi We allow Va a and others interested in ihe cause of ed- - in the city Tuesday She is about twelity Mr J Broaddus and wife of Estill are Irvine bogs are educated nt in jail - Miss for t his Kitti il prevented w hat Mr them to run at large and have all the ioU Bve or thirty years of age and is 1 daugh Â¬ visiting their and daughter of Madison county is th Intent i tire advantage of association with the com- Â¬ inof tin- most inpiitant mattci ter of George Aldridgeof Montgomery Mr and Mrs Kgbert Wag Is Mr iil is in this city munity generally they even rub r him a up before the convention was the Dykes of Richmond was in the city county she is a granddaughter of Dick The oat crop prospect from thesioiially against our summer vi tiiii tn teachers and Monday Allridge who formerly lived in this growing looks quite flattering Corn is and it may In- these same hogs learned Turnpike Read Caaapaaira in Whirl teea s g The ground was j certificates looking quite wellthe an for county Mr P M Pope travel ii rj or Slab- - ra a st k VI ill the trick of milking the town cows from will maintained that all Alexander impaneled a jurv n In favorable from now on the the wholesale hardware firm of Johnson some maimer visitors at the sprii unshould In to paav r years yield will be better than the iHg Hi Cincinnati resumed h s duties Saturday but adjourned the inquest ago no telling Of course they normal course That this is til Monday The imiuest brought out Meadows are aim st a failure hut the of the city Monday after a few weeks u st Among have not advanced far enough to make ry as h4diug a An act t but few material facts except that tinit rains an- improving them knigl Hie whole fraternity of the ice cream of the milk and call in The siilj t was dis- laj MorBiii M11 nli r al Kirkillp last time he was seen alive was when he Judge J M Benton of Wind ip then- can not be found a more friends to feast T was al length favorably and it is prob- 1 eman than Mr wnt to her home Ihe jury ther Mrs shift fort genial and and have evidentlv a ill be brought efore the of J as Lton Sid Shepherd K P iiksvilie ia t Sunday Pope or one more efficient and capable Paulina Covington Sunday He was learned a thititf or two We h aliensid he made An act t the law ty three entitled Scobee J N Case J II l aruey and G nlty ai iu his ralli aceompanieu oj nisson Master urran th word to ieir eiiia- la verdict of M Goosey who brought in and control t neipiessovera year ami The Climax lias received a handsome- Â¬ death at the hands of some jiersoii un- vi will he made bv plan Inch the a half and h r condition was critical last ly engraved invitation as follows have the next national con known The remains of the murdered wick but she has now recovered her Il in dispute Mr liKli i Louisville man were taken to Cincinnati for interk iy in usual health such a she has Dot had Tiiere w ill be an average cnProf McIIeiiiy lllioads of Frankfort ment him at Uu That section since her strength failed in this county nt U If Car Ir- hundred and fifty- The Infirmary Mr heed of Red House and Mr Chickens are dying bv the win lisville was elected Secretary and nife and i nt W one thousand eight hlimlre In grateful recognition of the kindness Prichett of Estill county are making in the vicinity of Paint Lick Df n is ville Treasurer h he Mrs Tuck es f roi of those who have so generously contrib- Â¬ tin type pi tares of the lads and The convention will meet next J S Johnson of Marcellus ha few and uted to the needs of the Iattie A Ciay and all others without regard to color cingtoo Louisville and Hopkins his crop of 111 acres of heat at 50 cents to read a- t management desires to pub or previous condition of servitude also ntiriuarythe applicants for it but lex- jier bushel Kirks-manau V licly announce what is lieimr done bv photographic views of residences and io was IniV majority He Wednesday afternoon while Ir J W gravel and plank road comimni peoin the vicinity They do other views charitably disposed and Christian w huh the SI A Ni w Railroad Following is a list of donations lor good work and have finite a run oi buai Grant was np in a tree sawing off a ple A ilililp ii4a si Cacta a Man His Life l trial will Is a it li in the month he hst his footing and fell to the ground ut will seek a new field soon For a Inn time citizens of Eastern the months of Mav and June James N Oiiliin a citien of Snv- VViseiiian rv 15 He was picked up unconscious and taken year make a with the the knee which Kentucky have honed for a railroad MAV Mr R C Adams of Little Rock is tiit and kiile1 limanuel into the house where he was revived county court in inty in ilicoTenn to some point in Ki ox from teaching classes in vocal music at Lone Mrs T J Smith loan of cow hist Welneslay near Slate s His oes were broken but In same is located showing an iti I county which would eventually he con Oak and Rear Wallow He is doing his Mrs J W Zariug Hour 9 fori that conn- - 1liey were on an excursion train on the tinued to Beattyville Lee county Kenbruised and shaken up count of the entire earn L R Blanten BMi bushels coal well as best and the little children as Mr vN iiii- to lierea and it in the A hustling A Paint Lick scribe says bridge turnpike gravel or plank When first talked of some three Mrs Henry Sueng lard flowers yeg the older folks are rapidly learning to m was under the influence of liquor and tucky It V thy man machine agent remarked in tbc pn ompaiiv and said settlement shall Ih Shafer o it was known as the proposed etabli Let everybody who wishes to sin j claims In have no in of the of some young ladies and ent same Ioa svoru to by the officer n and 0 and Beattyville railroad Mrs Jason Walker an of h spend a pleasant day and profitably too taigbt in knuwillp Hi Vsome f w days ago that he meant and they shall also make or declare a the most p polar proposed route was via Mi s Sadie Hart old linen BO to the dedication of the new house of ompanied by a lady and Franklin to work and see if he could not marry dividend of ti Barbourville but now that it is an asMiss Mary Clay and Mrs Belle Mcworship at Bear Wallow on the fourth i to a disturbance in progress among Add Mad- ID y if any aad About ten davs from that time he re- tempi ana by W fact the roa I will be located foot Dowell pads sured Sunday in this month Elders L II her gilt them to a party of toughs tiiey left their seats lor hou ceive pictures of 136 young and middle pay to the stockholders when called for Haan dr j miles above Barbourville to intersect the K Little plants and bulbs Combs evangelist Reynolds and Mrs IL At tlat time luittiii uard coach Your the amount due them and into the and made an unsuccessful at aged ladies through the LS mail illNashville at a small station operation and Mrs T the President of the have the Chenault cabbage plants landing in the aisle and tolley m- - loiiis it lie drove up to scribe did net learn from whence they Treasury of ti ot county the as Arteuius and know Miss Rlixabetfa Clark old linen rley others will be on hand Bio Adams iitelv request od him to stand aside so tlml iu this countv Mr hvkes grocery for that purpose and came but they got to him all the same amount due to the State or county with- Â¬ it will pass through the richest por Mrs C C Smith magazine and apers and classes w ill furnish the music Elders No thus irithn replied th Powell Fire insiiranee We wish him much sunshine during the in twenty days thereafter man claim- - they could pass U it to It shall vast cal for thx- - ii - ii that Reynolds and Combs will do the preach- Â¬ renewed subscription TheCllMW nan can make me get out of his tion of Bastera Kentuckys Mr Parkea who season and amid the vrloom of night mav theluyof the County Attorney were ing and there will be an abundance of Mrs W W Watts clothes for patient Insure with Pi Mr way and than drew his pistol and sin t of it authority some one of those beautiful pictures coin that said settlement is made or dividend It is said that through this immediate ome and let at Mrs R K Little clothes lor patient dinner on tl e giouud Cotey to death rilm was brought to It a rat ao did the Beg fort him is declared and upon failure of any section from Jeliico to Arleiuus t Mrs W R Letcher clothes tor patient rejoice together over the aaccessof the etbing Richmond and lodged in jail by Deputy is of a better ipiality Mr Dyke of the companies herein enumerated ttt peinaps than any I oift forget the day till Sun Miss Marv Smith plants ajarrifl he was convinced of tiiat fact Sheriti linker of liairard county Cot- other coal in this Section of the State if to comply with the requiremei TITTiTTirs Powcl V Tui Mrs K V Gibson cream milk and day in July i s brother had offered a reward for and Two negroes robbed a sick peddler on this auction they - anv ot them shall he proiioscd to huv the meat and indeed not the best and thickest in the buttermilk Mr Sharp and Mr ShinieaeeJ continue the outskirts of Nichoasville R vi n niea it negro iiillins arrest The with Parkea or upon indictment in the circuit co fine atral Straw berry festival cake sugar lemons to receive ties and bark and trade goal After the shot vvls tired irillin jumped whole State There are in any of the Dont neglect your in not listen to the proposition asT water the county hoi Nicln ilasville Water Co shut eannel and bituminous coal and this is candles r Isail briskly on notwithstanding Coxeyism mediately drove otl to the ciin- - from the eoach and ran three inii last Monday The company has been 11 companies herein mentioned Ik- fined Turiev the chief object in building the road Mrs T J Smith flour sugar butter coal strikes Slid railroad strikes and the til in the direction of the jioor house fore he was overtaken less than one hundred dollan trv the courts and got into complications not It is an assured fact that parties with and eggs His examining trial will occur on tally rained cowardly sin render of the tariff plank of Ma bea some distance fr m town be each offense which caused it to quit busim plenty of capital are behind the enterr Wanton barrel of flour Mrs next Friday when the foregoing facts the Democratic platform by Congiess Indiana left the horse wagon and content Approved March I IflM Lick arouiii prise and the mad will be built and a aged aiMBBtSO vears James Henderson Mrs Amanda Began flowers and eggs and the murder of President Carnot K will Ik- - introduced as evidence A The foregoing act of the last Ceneral Chamberlains Cough unty are prettr badly lad of it completed this year as Both men are residents of Rockcastle portion n NK cyclone would hardly stop trade at a stonemason working in a rock quarry He hs not Ken seen or heard of until dily is published and notice is given county and live only four miles apart much as seven miles anyway and this Panola If the wholeforest were wrecked at High Rridge was crushed so badly by that the provisions of the act will be en- merchant ol Mrs T S Moberley water bucket puted hv a party in a few days ago although the authorities will let them across the Cuuilieiland a falling stone Tuesday mot ning that he croup son who murdered a irillin ha Mrs II J Streng vegetables lard the splinters would lie made into ties and forced on a failure to comply with the proven of so BH Mici aims have bean constantly on the lookout ior coal fields and w man three years ago not far from the river into the Brush creek hauled in And when business is dull died in a few hours The night before same was sated at Kimxville J A Si iiivan crackers soap at plate hiiu when he will supply a greit very point where Coffey was slain Coffey which Once done the boya wont be outdone thev pitch a heavy charge of dynamite had beea mothers who know its worth are w Â¬ Mrs T J Smith bacon soda soap Coiiutv Attorney - w ith a coaaalaci j that is w here he waa employed in a livery sta portion of the markets with coal was a sober industrious young man or sic by W F Imrse slioes as industriously aa if they exploded and Henderson had gone to to be without it MTaaani went aitei lye ble Heputy Jailer like and bland Coaameneing at Ariemns there is Mr carNo other medicine has equalled II a difficulty in his life Powers and T S Hagan were loading ties and they bring their work on the ledge when it slipped Mrs T D Chenault butter plants I him anl returned with him Sunday and never had P Whitsett with a corps of engineers The lit Ren White and rying him below and mashing his body Sir ipiiiiia in the relief it gives in severer Mrs Thos Kllis vegetables molasses dinners with them too morning and put him in jail to await now lav in out the road bed for the pick Dont fail to get Weckesse Liquid Packages Tliomas liiirhii Ora iciie etc cases of dyspepsia Speed Hendrix hope siui to be able to and limlis trial shovel and aiso making calculations jg- They are stunn soother s n county was sent out The ijuestioii of admission of liquids and swing a shoe round the neck of the man KesHlutions Offered ky Representalne Mrs Schaufhausen three dozen tomato Go to F JYeager tohave your watches as to the cost of a bridge across Cumber Eleririr Anffliag and not ret to hunt into the mails hits proved a source of in the moon unless Sharp or hinfessel Weckesser w l McCreary Adopted Prices ow and clocks repaired 49 land river at a point one fourth of a mile plants one dozen pot plants vegetables ial iiours a search was in te for her Among tha finnv tribes there are no considerable annoyance to the lost Oliice next Monday ti tab land one inside the rinu of Saturn first Mrs Richard Sentry old linen of the McCreary Ky chairman Mr from the little town of Arteiuus The sand dead alongsid Fires like death aad taxes Department Frequent violations of the th ataajnav iustint i of When these facts are accomplished it is Mrs S K Midkill committee on foreign atfairs thereuioii been in the vorld sine its creation bridge is and for years has been the r hake having bitten hei Ii thoagbt that the countrvs evils will or greater tenacity of life than postal regulations governing the matter ervation Mrs Deatheraaa buttermilk OF arose and offered the following resolu- Pcwell ft Turley y- the clear have been reported and the General chief object of hindrance for to make a was swollen in a horrible manner t tie black bass which inhabits Mr Clarence Woods the Register re- Â¬ case and good times come once more substantial ft rawing at this jKiint for Office Remaining unclaimed in and Camber-- superintendent of the Railway Mail ser 11 w sung then bv the tion Panolas fame will be The Cincinnati Cheap More is selling at Richmond k newed subscription The caw e week swana Resol veil That the House of RepreAnglers who have visited vice has issued the following notice to heavy freight trains will cost not less land livers stars and the silver moon with chorus calk d in the Circuit Mrs Curtis Km nam cut flowers blasphemy w ill July S4 sentatives of the 1nited States of Ameri- out at cost There never Bras a time than 100000 SO aay those interested it of the Northwest all postmasMrs 4- Miss Carrie Anderson magazines two Vive la Panola and her enterprise urt at lexiugtoti this meek Moure the noted fishing waters ca has heard with profound sorrow of the goods could be bought as cheap the project but Mr Whitsett represents The postal laws and the regulations aagbt hiads of what are called eaaae ti mpliye1 li ii tau nt sauce pans Suwlct M iirll W R ISSlHHiii iIiiii of President TurCarnot and a company ol capitalists from Pennsyl Insure that hig barn Powell Manler Near renl lafcaaknoa well the difference pres ribe the conditions under which Mrs Geo Iickcis There is I will be fought to the last of tenders the people of France sincere symT aajucueaa af these Bah and liquids may he admitted to the mails vania who know about what amount Merrill shot and killed William a the Mrs Judge Goodwe butter lively public interest in it Moon Post Ottice hours fromfia in to p m pathy in their national liereaveinent money they will have to expend before Every business man except Weak Achilles lk rryman lateSunday afternoon Money order and registered letter hours be is the black baas of our own mountain The provisions should be carefully en reaching their goal ami in all probabil greatly tickled over the I That the President of the United States uumUrs and enor foroad by all postmasters who should dtAcutty arose over a traje on court day prompt 7 a m to uear Lord co nplains of dull the ntain hiui- - streams The laive COllllESrONDiflXCE ing that he can hardly ity would never have undertaken the be reiiueste to communicate this expresm nf fakcaaajkt on the lakes see that the cases in which such matter woman to whom both were paying at- Â¬ Weckesser had to employ additional help WAl OWKfI work had they not had at hand the of sorrow to the government of the sion is inclosed are water tight ami not less on account of the rush at his store tention Mer ill isa widower with eight to kaaat of hut it is the pleasIII TI1TOX money to defray all expent aad republic of France and to Madame Carurable sensation of a two and one half or than three sixteenths of an inch thick wi Brazilian Silver Tea Spoon Harvesting wheat is in full blast The children 100 Mr Whitsett has been in thai section not and that as a further mark of i nui ine are arriiueeu -- I pound black bass hung to spring An ordinary wooden box with a IVrrvmans body was Drought to Rich to at D P Arm of the SUite for some time looking over weather has been very favorable for it nd and the memory al the President of the table size tensiv ertieneiiee derriinir ivitli a vicioUsiiesb for burial loesliot couiplv with the piovis- - ti Reliable mond Monday 111 lljL M w ytliing in LDwtjoorsi i ahaald be consulted whei rarmers re- - tails can not lie learned until the exam- French republic the House of Repre i orn is m line eonuuon l you can get the best meal in the am iHOC For the angle er ij 111 11 vlioioe KICi llI- - Ill - red -l Mr do now adjourn but now the work has h gun in earnest joice over the propitious weather for cul4- liietime citv at Mrs Maiers 3d street iH lieve that a number oi nun- is sentatives iv to ining trial Merrill was arrested and Mc Â¬ In ottering the resolution Mr ect lorthciicw pubh - lioaibuild- instimt oi lll ufarturers 111 dun rent parts of the conn- - and it is only a ouestioii ol tune as to its- tivating KhirI Vitfc a1 in jail Pire is a rood servant but a bad I lie road it is underfinal completion Creary said Higias is xi iu vi r Mis Nancy Martin of Lexington is uriosity often leads him into trv advert is p sell mailing lxes that y Povell 3s Turley Merchants Notice Mr Speaker the civilized world is muter anient iu ri ciiuiiiiy Lie e Mcuoeu 10 visiting her daughter Mrs Lucy A Long sio i1 comply with the provision and a and captare When the spoon an- Beattyville but at present work will iu this vicinity Fancv ciders served on ice We the undersigned most earnestly shocked and sorrow stricken bv the - introduced on the Rock large number of such hoses are used only be done 011 the part between here 4- nouncemeiit of the assassination of the at Mrs Maiersl street reguest those who owe us to call and wholesale murder until Nearly all the firms manufacturing it was simply Prospects for a good tobacco crop are He and Jellieo immediately a- - we need money to run our President of the French republic strike new the curiosity of the bass family h railroad in the inaih Trv Weckesers Jersey ice cream at 1 Owing to the dry weather ive submitted samples to llattering business Our accounts are due the 1st of was in many inspects an ideal President per gallon V rilay after- - s vlihed so with artificial rlies Alter a this office for inspection and approval men u- - put to work farmers were put back in setting plants ben Traveling We are thankful for past patronage and was loved and respected in his own July r the K tricks and only and their cases liear a certificate from 1 noon at i clock Frank as many plants died and had to be re set Powell St Turley prompt and trust Â¬ You country and regarded with confidi and solicit the same in the future Whether on pleasure bent or business received a dispat from Cin- iinthoughlfui baai fell victims this office that they conform to the regugun Bag William A Statts had a narrow escape will please obey Ibis notice at once and and admiration in other countries His worthy 3 oaee with to them Very soon the inherited in- lations of the lost Ottice Department take on every ti ip a bottle of Syrup of ati asking hiui from being killed by lightning last week Snowflake lightbread makes life happy greatly oblige us We are most respect- death U a serious calamity for France is it acts most plea jntly and effect- eptng stinct made even the small fry wary of 1ost masters should carefully scrutinize tv artaed nasi A calf He was shocked considerably Ii Mr 911 Ivnurtfi tria tl anl for Europe and all over our couutry 4C per loaf at Weeks fully yours down tmuble with the atr all mailing eases that do not liear such a ivillv iemys grazing in a field uear him was instantlvJ the people are tilled with sympathy and White v tiuov ed for preventing fevers headaches and other troukft jfaj Powell Tnrley A blaze will start A new trick is aoa to aa tried in the certificate to see that they comply fully sorrow B L afniiwi mil forms of sickness For sale in 50c and killed Mr Mullen the with the regulations se ttt Wells 32 Korria and W Preston Frauce is one of the great republics of Man1 bottles by all hading druggists Rice Wallace VA O kiiown jiiotographer is oil ior r un- assK iated theinse for lightbread when you n country Dont pay 5c the world The re Nsiire Farlev Bbos ufactured by the California Eig Syrup Sprnuzs with a Misses Bella Ravburn and Lucy Greg Weila as in name with that country are peaceful and cor- can get a better article at 4c at W Covino ton Arnoli ii Bro Those owing the Climax for subscrip- Co only ory visited Miss laiinie Jones Inst week grapfiers in the iw iu a mi dial and v Clai nc Smith C e reported tion job work or advertising are ui Powell 3c Turley P7 H flro loeeet Judge James Renton and son Curron They have private and Notwithstanding the railroad strike ami eoaans Gao W Pickkis Narrows ami the Garifof reguested to call and settle Ocraccounts ant at the spent Sunday here with Squire Benton n which has fallen upu T A Chenailt who are due the 1st of Julv and they must be and freight blockades and the consement orkaawell ooo worth of groceriei to be staught sets Anne Kugleman Sue and Beaour sister i j Av K FKKKMAV Va shipment of goods bv expre s which settled Dont wait to be dunned it Mr Mul pe-w 1 Weckessers Watch your Ifortiag here and abroad am rd are visilin ward W S L MlDKlKF l therefore ask that the re is hoped that FOR is new need what is due us and it evemaas i 1 at the lowest figurHume J D Dykks ji will respond promptly will get more on the tmc rsoenn a gabwu oa them dodge expertaeaaaA short ban rtbosp happens he proecs his customers -WJ Hakvey I lioian and daughter Miss ce m his ana a good niu ot inn Ki THE CLIMAX J5 I cn plfer Marv Jin 5J Print Pnclc Samuel Shaw died at th r Mis Will Si delict of hit on last W the Kth Bl Wen an invalid for two years and hil suffered a great Teal Be wan Bl cars old ad had Ieen a citizen of this county for a peaser part of the time fc Samuel Shaw was a brother of Jainaa Shaw deceased who was a native n He was an un- Ms Ihomas l uiiey this coon-- btli liistrict PpvrnH- - lallrrtleaa For ae awl For llif Fl wnl fear Ksttiag Jimp tMh 1SH4 1 PERSONAL Fnnui nJ 1 - 1 1 111 I di Â¬ J 11 1 1 1 d -- I - 1 1 II - Â¬ 1 1 - Â¬ - I Â¬ - 1 -k - I Â¬ Â¬ i I Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ - - 1 -- I - Â¬ Ji lli I Â¬ - i 1 i - 1 son-in-la- w Â¬ - - 1 i - -- a- 11 Â¬ - Â¬ - I v l Â¬ i I i lik Â¬ I i - - Â¬ Â¬ sr 1 - 11 Â¬ i - Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ i rs i aelf-pre- hae LIST LETTERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ - iii Â¬ Â¬ io Â¬ - IVORY 11 Â¬ 1 tt - j I Â¬ I Jf 50AP y4 v- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CL0Trin 1 SlY jd no t Â¬ KENTU CKY CENTRAL RT PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS YELLOW pai ir production Tha Enormous Quantity Turned Out Daily by American Mills In This Industry the United States DisAll Other Countries -- Remarkable tune Development During- the Â¬ DKCC BLUE GRASS ROUTE st SMITH LAN AND SURGEON - JHYSK Richmond PINE FLOORING AND - Ktn I It l a curious and rather startlin faot that next to tho llulw entor daily an inir iit food and clothing jiaper is the Kin service between Cincinmort alii mi an Hj eoounodity in the world It would be ma ulinst im dry nati Middiesbarouijh K J le ti sk to find in any civilized and Knoxville Tenn unity a person or business con i JI cern that dKS not to a and Points on Ul or leal Poplar WeaUierboarding degrea make use of paper in some of 11 Tills 7 MOIl L acN R R its Various forms Some phUoaOpher Kl N1 i KV Cypress Shingles has said that the civilization and Effect fan 1st H Srbfsalf II prosperity of a country may be Cut Poplar Shingles ored ly its consumption of or iscNo S If this is as fair an index No I Ammi cms upon reflection to be reasonFraming Lumber DJt H K G I BOON lmiiy ol TH r able savs the Philadelphia Times scrgeox nmaciAX axd its prove the United States to Kll HMONl KfMM KV Doers have distanced all the other nations of Blinds the world in Uk8 race of true development Perhaps no line of basineaa has All Fire Clan Goods had a more remarkable growth in the AtUnited States the past ten years than DR A H STKW AIM the industry This is RGEOX PHYH LAX AVD true in all branches but espevially so in the line of lok ami news print pa Kentuckt The American people are a nation of readers and the rapidly de creasing prices of books and newspa pers have greatly increased the consumption of paper in these two lines A KENNEDY DR One or J cents will purchase a mass of PHYSH 1 L AXD SURGEON itterin the form of our preat dailie- - consisting of from eijrlit to sixÂ¬ Richm Kentucky teen pages white 12 to o cents will purchase hands lmly IhiudiI and at tractiye books of standard and popular authors The daily output f news J BALES DR print paper in the United states is PHYSH US AMis RGEON about lulK to lfoo tons lust think M -of LU or ISO carloads f iki m aDapti n KM K mentally Main St Soar KC D lut country devoured each day in this The production of newsprint is larger than any other grade That flv as much as A EA vM i tons and of writing 40 tons each daily PUYSICJ IX AXD SURGEON ITY PROFSRTY It will be Interesting here to quote Ki si Of the figures of the paper In uvMry in the United State as comM piled by the Paper Trade Journal The ii W BRIGHT M D capacity of the paper mills ted en of the United Slates in operation dur- PHYSICl XA l cry for all kinds and grades of Kf n k paper ws estimated at shoot IOO11O PESIRABUE LOTS of this amount nearly tons aented news print and booh pa-Â¬ Teicat MreeN m ilie best net per wrapping paper 850 tons o tons writing paper and iJ lots oa straw the various other DR CLARENCE YU CUT vcr kinds anil grades The states which tirst in the production of paper arc New York Maine Massachn on Kf n in Pennsylvania Ohio A Ili I II rOWEl I Clhnaa lrom these seve ome three fourths of the entire pu DR JOHN M POSTER ipply of the country By far the rt of the vast output i PHYSH IAS AXDSl A rained in the United states the r aafaag country in the il In foreign markets however American paper is gaining a Urin foot- m f freatest consomption UGGIES HARA STING iIHi- is in the Sunday editions 11 i IlAs IKKER of the metropolitan dailies a Inch often require from GO to 100 tons for a single 17 7777 V l M Rol Uith the rapidly increasing rapidly declined IIOIJsK SIIOKIXG rude of news print pa-Â¬ A SPECIALTY per worth twenty live years agio KI or H cents per pound is mam 3 cents a decline in fol anequatedni the history of any ATTORNEYS in rastry This enormons de- S row 111 of pjiix r is ib and Quickest Route from Centra North South Last Decade Vl T TAYLOR CEILING ud ashbaugh u I Â¬ flf I head fifty miles distant or f ape Faraday Their provisions were sn to last only until January 1 The whaler attempted to reach Clarence What ha head but the ice prevented become of lijorling and his three com- Â¬ panions is of course a mere matter of speculation but men of experience in the Arctic have believed that there was a chance that they mig ht still be living and awaiting the coming of rescuers The Swodish government on hear- Â¬ ing that Mr Steins plans had miscarried did endeavor to engage one of tho St Johns scalers to search for the missing men but finally concluded that it could not pay the price demanded Now the British Geographical society has interested itself in the matter and is said to be endeavoring to raise four thousand pounds sterling to send out a relief ship but the success of tho project is understood to be doubtful Â¬ AN OPTIMISTIC v AViaTV aa GYPSY Â¬ c -- na Wish aj s7 ovt Â¬ P4SK 3X VjHrj And Cheaper Than Ever Â¬ Â¬ which are als these the irou rails are laid Of these there are fifteen in this bridge as they are placed at equal distances of two and Another rod or one half feet apart under and spindle at right angles with the string supported by Iron rods depending from the trusses which also support the bridge Each of the trusses is formed by two rails the ends of which are fitted into solid iron castings made of especial shae to receive them and meeting in tile center of the bridge are also held together by similar castings through which the iron nd extends and be extending on cither side to the end of the spindle give strength as yyell as rigidity to the structure Heavy plank Covered with a concrete pavement forms tho flooring The idea of old railroad iron for town bridges was considered by Fonn of the t the first board of selectmen one OI this character three years and has designed and constructed several more since that time in each of which he has made improvements The one just finished under his personal supervision is the most perfect and e beauty strength and cheapness It is believed that these bridges can lie built at DO greater cost than substantial wooden bridges and their durability is of course much Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ rests and forms the mudsills Upon CRUCIFIED BY SAVAGES Tho ExcruoiatiritT Experieno FORESTAI I ED SAVED BY IXCnUT y of a German Adventurer Among- - The Lives of Infants Pr by Artificial Mc nalan yy lie Tentnrea tb Bloodthirsty Slncphos of Hannah and Is Nulled through the Hands and Feet to a Cross Sandlns In Sew kork h - Cltj ne was incubated William Brede meyer a Prussian by birth and a mining expert by profession died in Ta eoma lie was a oniet unobtrusive san Fram sort of a chap says Fxaminer and considered by those who knew him to be an everyday citi- Â¬ zen of the commonplace type He died of paralysis in the most orthodox way but when the undertakers begn t prepare his body for burial they found a most curious scar upon his right hand At one time there had been a hole made by some sort of sharp instrument in the palm going in at one side and coming out at the other There was some speculation in regard to its origin when suddenly one of the undertakers as sistants uttered an exclamation of astonishment and held up the deceaseds left hand There was a precisely identical scar upon that also Men do not generally have bullet holes through both hands and Brederaeyer had also similar scars upon each foot The right hand sear was not as long as the left hand only by an inch Both were be- Â¬ tween the bones of the thumb and forefinger in the thickest part of the I he left hand scar was two and palm one half inches long and on lioth sides of the hands the scars set out like mountain ranges compare with the size of the hands the serrated top ridges of the ugly marks lieing white and smooth like snow capped peaks They were exactly like the marks of crucifixion and little wonder for crucified Brcdemeyer had been although he had never told the story toanyonc and the fact was unknown until Brede meyers record of his own life was found among his papers aft r his death Bredeinsyer was a graduate of the university of Bann and hail qualified as a member of the IVussian pioneer engineer corps That was in Is The next year he entered the Dutch India service as a mining engineer and ex- pert and advanced step by step in his chosen profession until lsKs when the lung of Burmah sssde him chief f the famous ruby mines in the northern part of the country Brede- meyST had headquarters at Medea in the ruby mine district where big sap- phires are also found The mines are jealously guarded and all the precious - Ixlong to the king From the ruby and sapphire harvi st the king realizes from fifty thousand to enty five thousand dollars a year North of Medea in the lofty moon- tains there were some ruby mines which the king had not prospected lor various reasons No white man had ever xentured into the mountains of the north among the half civilized Singphos who while partially recog- nizing the authority of the king were unruly and barbaric Thither the king Kredemeyer His advent was the signal for great excitement among the Singphos They had never seen a white man and notwithstanding Bredemever announced his mission under authority of the king the Singphos were not satisfied They decided to crucify the white man if he did not flee the country A handful of n were with Dsedsui perhaps fifty all told but then there wen- three million five hundred thousand inhabitants Bredemeyi r refused to leave the country until he had carried out the orders of the king The lii s declared war Ercdcmcvers soldiers went into ambush only to ider the mining expert when the natives snooped down upon them While soldiers were scurrying alxint for reinforcem ailed Bredemever to a cross made of two f native oil wood Before the brutal work of nailing Bredemever to the cross was Bnisned he le came partially unconscious The t fatal The last thins he distinctly remembered was the swarming Singphos looking like dsrDs with their flat faces broad skulls straight black hair deep brown skins When Bredemever had been nailed to the tress the natives prepared to raise it and fastened the end nearest his feet into the ground At that instant the soldiers returned with reenforcementa und routed the natives Bredem was carried back to Medea crucifixion occurred st about noon At noon the next day his wounds Crossed The rainy season had not set in sad it was very warn and under the unfortunate conditions it was feared gangrene would set in He was a for tenderly under directions from the king and tn ing accustomed to great hardships he spec lily recovered but never again ventured into the land of the Singphos A short time ago some the proud great man of has me t stay re that bseul the means of ssvi- Â¬ SSy f he is a sssaaMM and r air York In - fart the new tanda al hundred m Mr i trigger 1 bossgi I a necktie In here yt home iv sen are two t u Â¬ HaiH rdasher Th ent mad mr bus bund a am hi month ago in case you ever I one for hiin Puck -- te it the oppo Â¬ Â¬ iii sr xdi E Â¬ out in less than little greater Â¬ 1 A E CAUSE 111 i II km norm of the Desert With the opening summer the great western plain- ith color for the cactus blossoms arc then out The millions of these dusty prickly plants are hardly noticeable in Colorado and Wyoming until they flower anil then they make an exhibition compared Maud And an I to ad a happv with which the city slows are nothing life league after league of the dry earth Fortuneteller Very Y u will nev- - beinir spangled with pink and yellow er know grief ms Cacti are poor house plants Man -- Delightful And am I to for indoors they grow slow iv and blos ma rry som reluctantly but in absolute negI rtuneteller Four imes Harpers lect they thri seem to want Haar room dry sir hot sun a tough alka- Â¬ line waterproof soil then they are A SAD FABCWELL happy and their spines are full of busi- 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ will die if left in tie There ar and n eonstr1 fins SsnuBSOfU Â¬ Waiter vhar Rube J a which ter take veal or mi pital ii w I now building tirasluite hospital may from one n yerll get tiier whole tot Truth DIMliIM Waiter Take enmheef hash and THE VVllltK other Therefore the yoongsti by artiti ial means a - r n 2 1 - Â¬ Â¬ I v Plenty of Pearls The largest pearl fishery in the world is in California bar Ia t year divers found nearly live hundred tons of shells and one Mae H arl weighing i sixteen ear ten thousand value of the years I r three hun Â¬ dred thou us A KNOWING HORSE i2 5 being The fr four f carefu over i It l mlerstyils niel 1 fanfaur It cannot t rcncli lie I SaaSMllS Ouestloni Ul Mml termnn y Heine said of said of the horse as put to to which I i auan- that - - i that ar ibly the altimi tried Donley Farewell Annie long farewell I have ter goterdenext block wid dis mi an it may be weeks months sye even years before I return COMMKRt IAI ITEM Jim Ill tell you cause wot el sh- hiv youll have to Dsnl in BLACKSMITKSNG Jimmy literally made H the public recently at the Crystal pal ace says the London News Uaxeppa Arab America and e ii - iking Â¬ where the infa I in at all- in I j j a hohl in one place an den he wi nt chew you liken NNeli hes a bulldog aT ang log i small e and with fr wh I - 1 an a and enthusiastic audi ence In the strict meaning of the word the horae does not talk but is ca of answering que- bresaed to it It even understands French or Herman when it hears it spoken e manifested Oh Ill git de plunks amoosin de dog -- Life AIWAY- w Â¬ - THE H W food The ter i IK lan- Â¬ EY AT i avm ixiiiii in 4 R N i B R R I MILLER AT I 11 Stoves 3hacKelford Gentry MIV To day it is the princ In the m e of ill but the highest grades of a paper are ma 11c liiirmnicT Li Time Table No ig In Ef- Â¬ w fect April 4 1894 i R SHACKELFORD ATTORXEY AT LAW Kin Another means this phenomen n of the improvement in of making wxkI pulp The v at- in paper making lasiiliiiii ring much larger production in a given time have materially in this downward trend of price i 1 1 froing into the hands of a receiver Cycling a Disrtrra putt GRATES K A SINKING COUNTRY the W I NOKKIS ii I II KORII i GENTRY keep in l GR 1 Parrn h Kl N lieu ii krn iile Ici into the ashes -- gel Nils in STEPHEN PARRISH ATTORXEY AT LAW Kkntccky I C U BRECK ATTORXEY ATL KNU KENT I KV I A SULLIVAN ATTORXEY AT IA Kk ELKHORH ROUTE -- rTALSTJSGEEY YATKS DEXTIS1 iOi IMDCIOMIDLAKD priMTrfi Iv v PARIS t MORGAN Kentucky W KIil Y W Rich Slrtt BURGIN KhAlll kV nd DEXT1ST the city is steadily sinking here is a movement on incut engineers to have YOUR HGCF LEAKS an investigation made into the delta try with a view to ascertain how ast have il men led or a new roof SHACKELFORD v GENTRY can do ii Beach sinking there has been during the last thirty years It is a fact that and i your jjul tire delta country is gradually sinking From a number of bench marks made by surveyors years ago on GUNS AND AMMUNITION etc on the gulf coast and a com parison of the mean level of the gulf ncv v ith what it was twenty rears for scalding hogs dnc lined made In enretion with the present icr bench marks the fact has developed that the delta coast baa sunken at least within the last thirty or forty A GENERAL LINE OK HARDWARE There is no doubt that the city AND i UTLERY of New rlcans is some six inches lou er an it was forty years ago The intention is to ascertain the exact sinkrwm ing of tlH earth and to investigate the QED causes which have produced it Ksjptlan Tree Planting Systematic efforts have been made i- in different parts of the world to introduce a growth of trees where they had never been known from which im-Â¬ portant results have followed in many instances Egypt which hail formerly only abut six rainy days during the year has since having planted trees on an extensive scale already at abmt five times that numlier Sixteen square miles of the swanipv unhealthy county along the Bay of Biscay was planted with thousands of trees especially the cork oak and swamp pine The trees have drained the land se as to destroy the swamp levers and change it into a healthy country with line for Biseay law requires that for every tree cut down tro shall be Dlanted fOR A TRIAL MONTHS Â¬ Corthell an engineer of is now making surveys oil Hon dollar bridge across the Mississippi river near New Orieaaa fol E Arc AIont ti IivstlirAtr Dalta of ti Mississippi Itlirr THERES NO - Chicago Record V E LIKE HOME PI A f 5 II A iify guages in which it Is not less accom- Â¬ plished than some The not only appears t think but it sble of expressing itself in as it has a special talent for luetic invited promiscu- to call out a nnml ores were ai na I and Mazeppa after look- rer them gave the 111 of the a in every act number of times ssry t s H mere trick aurpristni but c at random from am audience nd gentlemen an in parti-u-laeager little itributing col lusion seemed out of the question und faith was eatab by the still more remarkable achieve Â¬ ment that followed The iiorse was directed to count the of persons n given rows of the audience and having done so more than once proceeded to indicate the number of wnsnuu sad the numlier ofl men in any parties row Having passed this examination Mazeppa stood forth to ans er any question to which it was p isaible to give a reply signifying either Ves or No or in figures Thus the day of the week and the month of the J 111 or the date of a birthduy revealed to the trainer Prof H S MoOnhc was promptly found by the hors any attempt to de g always with a decided ly emphatic negative This astounding entertainment concluded with an iru tation by alsaepps of a young man paying his addresses to a young lady The horses at tion of tenderness adds a very humorous touch to an excellent piece of pantomime The sagacious Mazeppa is simply a wonder i I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ thro and I cgsonce i asxlous care and now I wocJer where they are Detroit boaHht t To iruartl - isinst en ti Â¬ f priv mental surr char The in the SIMILAR HI ML Jam Tf tVuSBBBBSBBBBBsfssV tSj the t syflLanwlwaM are meat will would hav By as rer media MbL mm Â¬ STRANGE PICTURE OF AMERICA well known Swiss writer who visited the worlds fair and was then forced to remain bcre for some time on account of illness has joined the long lit of foreigners for whom America has been a favorite subject for dissertation In a recent issue of the Neue Zurichcr Zeituag one of the most famous Swiss journals under the head line What is America he wrote America is a land compared with which Europe is only a peninsula the United States forms a country compared with which the European king d una are pygmies America is the land of unmeasured distances and dimensions the land of dollars and electric- Â¬ ity the land where the prairies are more extensive the rivers mightier the waterfalls deeper the bridges longer the lightning expresses faster the catastrophes more terrible than in any other country in the world It is the land where in a single railroad acci- aent- - and one occurs every few days more people lse their lives than in Europe in a whole year It is the land where the bouses are higher the jail- more numerous the rich richer the poor poorer the millions greater the thieves more daring the murderers more shameless the educated fewer the teeth more generally false the Is narrower the diseases more deadly corruption more general the summers warmer the winters colder the fires hotter the ice thicker time more precious the men more nervous than in any country in our pastoral Europe It is the land where the old men are vounirer ting men older the ii blacker the whites more yellow than iu any other place It is the land of immeasurable natural wealth In short it is the land of extraordinary contrasts of strange extremes of non- al pride of reckless monev-hunt- f sense far Kaiuthe f the coos al and the pyramidal of course in the opinion of Ameri- How many have gone from our oil home to the land of false hopes fortune and better life ttml l either in th-- U H -t the sands of How many have been when i llm near- - ana soul hearted back u to sail lu vir native land A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111- - Opinion or a Well known Swiss Writer A BBztura of Troth ml Fiction Â¬ Â¬ SEND FIFTY TO THC Tom with emotion Jim I wuz Ixrn tins house My grandfather killed my grandmother in it and my twin brother left it to end his days in Sing Sing and I return from my term on the island to find the old place occuÂ¬ pied by a heathen laundry man Ourg ling Do you wonder at my show of f go in iimi a pause ir an rob him- - Life in The Zoothennie institute in Rome is a cure place where people go to drink fresh bliod for the cure of pout rheumatism and the great prostration and aniemia caused by the malarial fevers of the Tontine marshes The blood to be imbibed is first rapidly freed from fibrin by a carefully aseptic met hd the animals from which it is derived having previously undergone inspec- Â¬ tion by a veterinary surgeon Some patients bathe eitiier a part or the whole of the lxxly in the warm blood and the Italian doctors think with great benefiL Â¬ A RepaUive Remedy Mrs MnTHgnn- - Id rather hev the hull family sick han you Mr Mulligan So would E Hallo - VERY MICH IN LOt RT a time lnfi diseases wl tor knows what is the course the feed ththo e from the out T- matter near ninety - he litt spital and the task ones by The Ua- riii1 io Â¬ NOT I N REASONS 111 I CENTS -THE APER SUBSCRIPTION IK Kl II A WIIKKs SMITH VEXTAL SURGEON - Louisville Tillies wv BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON IN THE SOUTH MONO - Kli IM 1 1 m iS X V C HKkCAW 1 l A MOST IN QUANTiTY BEST IN QUALtTr S I KSItEMg LtSlil l7 - wims W Latest Market Quotations Lctx Ht Stctc News All the Local News Complete Press Reports --4GEST CIFXULATION IN THE SOOTH 30000 AND OVER DAILY binv inriAM lalj r ajra SULD BY HITES CREAM CO CENTS A MONTH tr Js oo a Year by Mall JNO HALDEMAN Bus Manager 60S Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A UllllW t IE TCMIS L I aVMl t jKHaVV iSir ctween Al THE LOOK HERE SALOON Here lam wth Mrr CORNER f and - VVc jve la hi HI Mtu tnil lm IL II v eaiji- - WnM GREENE Ceu D G YVW ated on Uie comer of First r Thej have i4 ear old An eraon county and home made ahi dal from ihe citv AH agen and kinds 01 Wine Brandies and Wa and can htrnish any amount from a e railont at low r at tlie bar or your Duggv or send it I hat tine rait on W hank tor in u vincurects ture v kesiectfullv Vi pe to have coDtinaanca rjr DUNCAN lm THE CLIMAX TOR ALL KIMS OK UKflM WORK Bill Heads nd pleasure L job TJ 1 luana T WILSON Prop lei Arctic Explorer Who Were Last Beard lroiu In October of IKla letters have been received in St Johns N V from Bobert Stein of the United States geological survey stating that the expedition which he was to lead into the Arctic regions this spring has lieen abandoned Mr Stein was in communication with Bouring Bros of St Johns the great sealing and whaling firm with regard to sc- 1 unng a steamer to transport him and his party to Ellesmere land He do not specify the cause of the failure of his enterprise but it is assumed that he found it impossible to procure funds sary to defray the expenses His expedition says the Boston Journal had for its purpose not only the acquiring of scientific information but the rescue of four intrepid young exph rers HigExcuse me but were you at Mrs ibiowers reception just now who a year and a half ago vanished V icnty and strangely as if the ice I Well may I walk with you as far as wallowed them un the coiner under my umbrella -- Life Alfred Bjorlingand Ewald Kalstcnius students of the University of tiaiiia sailed from St Johns in June of BRIDGE BUILT OF OLD IRON in a crazy little schooner of thirty seven tons with a crew of three sail- A Mneteen loot Span Cootlag- - No More ors bound for Ellesmere land Late in Than TlioiiKh lltiill of Wool July they touched at the Danish colony sing the Iequabuck river on n the southern ed South Main street in Terrvvillc there after purchasing has just been completed an iron b n and a scant sup which as dasurioi ing pushed on to Courant is unique in the north From that day to thi worth the attention f toy have Wen seen by no human throughout the state us it is the only perhaps that of some wanlerin one of the kind known to be in kimo In June of 1893 near exist- ion of the plank ater their little vessel was found an floorintr an narativeB loe incasod wreck on one of the Csry as bridge is made entirely of islands by a Dundee whaler Near by P11 A J a pa net It is a truss was a cairn containing the Ixxly cton is a most solemn of a brid f nineteen affair raan The little party had feet t call out their Th Ut KI and in aiues tnffptlp feet with the amosn a tir can un V d in a cl gene in search of Ugh and - trim2L uppced to be raon who M j meats op each of which an ir las made the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ian- - Franknea of fhe Small Roy is one virtue aliout the small boy he is usually very- - frank although not always politic Such a you appeared at a country schoIl and the teacher as a preliminary had a talk with him Well my little man she si id pleasantly do you know why you come to school Vt s ruaam Io you indeed Tell me why t ause ma said I was in tier M fi - ell the time at home Kc i yvant thelxtherof me was the reply and the teacher subsided There nurse them life from the than one Th en QFQ- - a 1 ju Whats the matter Tom I dont in trouble vvheth er I ought to die u bile lm von r and become a angel or yvait angrow up to be a man an have a mustareha an side wiskers Life Im ana L- - reailysa sm i Jack 1 dx n i the WOOL IN THE UNITED STATES How It Is DUtributed and What it Amounts To In the Worlds Suool The tariff controversy on the yvoolen schedule has revealed the fact that the I nited States stands high on the list wool producing countries but it of has failed to disclose how near the toD it actually does come It Is third on the list Australia coming first with an an- Â¬ nual yield of 550000000 pounds the Kciue uepubiic second with 400 000000 pounds and the United third with 300000000 pounds States Then follow i the order named Russia Great Britain France and Spain 4r 0OO0 sheep in the i l States according to the last o icial reports and Ohio the home of statesmen and successful politicians stands at the top with IMBJaU Then verJle behind T xr UHiforma bunched with it with 4 and oo 000 New Mexico Michigan Montana Oregon and Utah with f roin 2 000 000 to mooo follow and then Pennsvl raafa New York Kentucky and Colo Â¬ rado in the order named The growth of sheep interests on the Pacific been much more rapid than in has other parts the country and if at the present ratio will continued sheep producing states of the leave the Ohio val Â¬ ley far behind At present the south Â¬ ern New England states are the ones which have the smallest numbe f sheep Massachuse 1J00 an1 Island UOOO portation of wool bate the ln year amour POnnds and has been To1 -- young lady ltvirur in according to the Sentinel of that city sport ha1 an experience the other inleeul And where pray evening that even a summer at the seaside ean-- dii not make her forget She was upstairs and had just turned out her light when man there is she heard a caller ask for her made a dive for her powder puff in she the dark and dusted her face with powder She went to the parlor and found a dial at the othe tinguished stranger on wh an she was ianstUllHkei blank anxious to make an impression He ap eane it th peared rather nonplussed at her looks pause but being a man of the world which To be sure Its somet mean a man wise enough not to tell a every Vsdy otij wotoan her fanlnv hc mU nuth Mie sat and chatted gracefully and hd delightful eveninaAs soon as he had gone she rushed to the mirror as every girl does when her beau a roan leaves w ne scream and went off into hysterica for in her haste and the ha athh h had dipped her powder puff dark into a the way of heating nva Box of pulverized charcoal instead of the like m powder and she had the make up a man of amateur colored minstrel The of an Â¬ trast to her dainty organdie gown con and blonoe hair was very funuy but she will never smile again A - People who have read aHoU rough to know that they are habttau singers of hymns amfthe stranawat 1 -- Tj feature U that the iwp A herd as a uock of sheep pa tur or n ih tUh simost than H per cant