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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iD IK SB VOLUME VIII IV RICHMOND wcr MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1894 THE SITUATION FIFTY THIRD tMToud ii 8 I s 9 W I SJ 5 - r0 NUMBER 6 Highest of all in Leavenin Latest US Govt Report FIENDS WORC CONG BESSL Sidon ra senator NEWS ITEMS State Senator Samuel A March fell Minneapolis dead Tin The Ohio penitentiary now has more convicts than at any time in hat hat i orinnAnjinrt rDrinjTJinjrtxtrui n ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW CRUISER Minneapolis Proves to Be the Fast Warship in the World On Kailuur rrnltc- Blnwti lp Witli Dtb rete and u Fr litit Train UrmoMaed Wkiuta Kan Jul ie adverse decision of the Oklahoma sni court ill the attempt by the towns of South Enid and Pond Cr mpel the Kock Island railroad to Hits and stop trains has been quickly ed by an outrage which but for would have probably resulted Chicago Strikers Flocking Back to Thoir Old Places ItrculHrK Ahont to Lfiiit If Need I5o ttio Milifiii Oaa K i B Things Strn lil I Is aiI His i Uovai Profssi to BsBeva That Um l iKtt i Met her Waaauuvua bill us follows- far er MNEW HARDWARES CjavaaS OioopI 4 I 3 Kor making buildii from J I la public Corry tiurh praj a coal merchant of amaare at iitts MUCKY STATE NEWS have an Id morning a mile south of Enid the Bock Island bri was a freight blown up with train was demolished The engine and a couple of ears ha safely Hit - Trial Trip Kin il IVi lloir Hit lii inirti in Hv Maili K wlutkti Pit Minute I at Corinth lee n Lrst twelt hi - Rmnx lu1 whom the husband mark and unity is i Um n the ran under the aiiis cut-Nisli- i ay union lay An ith the Ameri order to this in securing favorable At - KcntuUv senators have action in the hoos W A hi- - new croi - fur Hkivi has withdrawn for the con ation in S As Ill id i line of and s net rat I thrt Mt Chicago July 18 Chicago is very ul for tborit rapidly resuming its norma condition cupiiii lists to cuter luto combinations Jormo- if coarse Debs and Sovereign are saying that it is not over and that they ilitary Houss The h 11 ap are going to fight to the bitter end propr Debs goes so far as to say he will tic vi anil erection of monuments at bur og the train from the track The the United States ial Rrouiid Industry thirty ears were piled in the ditch tnd but he also aaya or di say in a speech jnee Wayneft and of fallen of- re la pre Cordry and Harry Lyon a Friday night to five hundred of the ae the onion only thin that DOW re p were badly injured strike military affairs Uj lnTiirc vhat in- evidently intended mains for us to accomplish is to get oys back at your work alar nor s Tin- r the is ro For the most from Texas r irt the railroads are ll nd to the committee on military aftaiis taking back their old employes thirty minutes lat hieh but WsawnaiToa July as they apply and there were a great for the accident ol the freight M many applications Saturday morning caused by the btrikl ig the trout f the extra freight would The an- not discharging any of the itart- been the lirst to enter this hor nun who were employed to take tho ltt he Woe rap tinkers and such of tho The blowing up of the Rock Island strikers as are re employed are taken of mon verned ividuals It necessarily follows about noon bj on of that a large number of the striker the railroad bridge ust north of Pond find themselves unable to secure rein- thi creek the other government an these insisted on a con another in a Davis for railroad t struggle there was Much of the track between Pond The federal troops are getting ready Creek and Knid has been torn no and camp on the lake front an ilisy packing and orders for the people of both places c mt he hi Kitioii to have depots or no rail their departure an at any iter liais i moin nt It Is believed that their des Â¬ ol hireed wiled tination is California on tii The state troops are also on tho nd the lat IiotsE- No business of il ter Las requested ant at move but enough will be held in Chi- Â¬ of United cago to prevent any possibility of a It Beno to send a Washing outbreak Slates soldiers without di the annual It may truthfully tc said that with very few exceptions every man in Chi STPIKE DEAD an that in whether employed by railroad or belonging to the building and trades sular the inval n Bra Hut It lost CUeaaw U i ill appro iiiLr work on practically lion Ho intbdrawal of tho red TrtMis WH TaWi- Ptaoa la a lm Dars any t de- of the A R t Chicago Jnly I ke ia -aturday that the Chi- men siih th - now but Nothinj at tb i Milwaukee A St Paul road was last sad rites arid these will consist U of the malls and with He said the men agreed with n sev- of tin Thursday night to go out and that ays the s On the other hand and a it and manager of th lerally ia condition St Paul being inter in Chicago an It is utterly false Not All this was fores Thursday S ti orday but a nuin m say We men were taken back d to jun by thi we can use and are hopt who iv as the work in rthing is in better shape c but me in ten daya it failed to ork Mr he Lad seen Ur Pull- the public and the have ihoi- Mr Pullman had at last con t over nent was Was ad Mr ry to the V K I the ara Cook t ion which proposed was sp Â¬ in View of Â¬ 1 I - Co Tee Great Northern was robbed of 911600 near Helena Mont The Thirteenth Illinois republicans Dominated Vespasian Warn i press The senate amendments to the post office appropriation bill were agreed to use Frank Dame a New York pa shot the L irl win rejected him and killed bim l the De Thos troit street ear lines for himself not for syndii Veteram ir are volunteering aid to the government in various parts of the Lima O The old horse car are being torn up to make way for a new electric line ley broil Tom ami Calvin were an id in North Carolina Friday for kb ller I o I have opened I t N SLEP1 5 shall ha HEATING town clear SK1N j longI LIFE COOKING STOVES WARE STOVES GRATES TIN- TIN ROOFS j 1 MENTAL III Kirl Iini I J I CUTLERY GUTTERING AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS None better handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows I also have in tiiitb r in tl ihori iiui 3 STRONGI NERVES ENERGYiJ Sarsaparilla nirierlv a s AVPQC -- TLjrvC Ili Lr7TDD man ir g ltd anlle tend vei- extreme and s- - sirs st Mini i ELDERS BARGAIN STORE A N Mr for the Robert Di- foundation that lie had en e is no d- first Ii that Wed taa indicate beat did lr Corbi tt will leave aerica on Friday Jt - of pun i lrcpared by Dr Ayers Sarsaparilla JC Aycr Sit o Lowill Mags Cures otherswill cure 3o u ONE CENT - A ea bl gram from Dublin Now clai as large as penknife Col blades are being -- STOVES Do You TWO CENTS - tockhold There are 0 the Pullman Co of whom mon one half are women and trustees of es Pins 1 i Â¬ tate Uadestnwn XT Vi Mrs Michael n wife of a re- - pected f hanged herself in the barn while temporarily insane The conviction Is growing that a nent eral upi Â¬ Need Stoves WILL SOON BE AND A hi ass tips M FIVE CENTS v- THE COLD WFATHKlt IToN Ylif iu the coal re lit Pitcher by t by Tony M STOVE OR A ORATE if vi r A A NECFSsIIV W IIAV1 BOTH r The cor deputies sworn to ing of thi dered Ofheer Minn The aril worth we have line at Ilasf n and every 0c Gfiven It will be pun Telegrams bbnrg and Atlanl Sov Satisfaction LOME IACES ANP EMBROIDERIES - amount to ov but Mr the city y to BT0VB AN A angh a c indi- - ne ii of the Pan held day nigh Horsa 1 rrs RV TO s dd he y Mr in a n ir Brick Hr--- s CiiacT - X eil ettv ineeri the rn in le s f lif Jn- - All or at ur - 1 uvius wi - ever to been won for life man of the General ion announced at was that t t ia final which was tai returning to Mayor Hopkins the prop- r a return of the strikers to work submitted by President Debs of U I The announcement by Mr Vi rn was said to be a result of a n of the general managers which was held Saturday rircrii yurd men A seven of lYati Wayne A Jack was burned ley ai A and a till c MOTTO UNDERBUY UNDERSELL -- CASH KY IEL on t T railroad CLAUDE SMITHS CO of them 1 vicinity of the Huron houst ti terrible gs i the NATIONAL ARBITRATION he voted An DYNAMITE USED thy Another Attempt to Itlow the flock Wii iita Has T 0 I nautal miler per i Imjortint - Aiu iiiliaeiil Offer il in Ge org Mill Senate to s i it lp a ISrtiltre on laiiil Itout ard 1VishisiTiis July 14 Senate lpifter- tion of Senator Hric e tl ippmprlaUo iii i to in m Ohio ship canals surveying tl the V rvev Life ft the plcturil academician and to distribute j and Ik1 V run Vesuvius ri Caitskml white Ltoarbon g in a field i kilk lia tin b trip anl l piM bo fe as - Hmhie1i and Caitskill a gun his man tia ral years f North Middletowo anJfather wa w Iis leni ate an amendment to his bill en anl of arbitration Ii for the establishment of nmU- of labor t be er of labor and ten ibers to beappoipte presi July K Another outrage was attempted on the Kock Island road at South Enid shortly be- dug sonic fore daylight Sun unknown nun exploding a char dynamite under the bridge just north of The guard stationed at the bridge was tired at and returned to secure re- inforccments when the dynamite was planted and discharged without doing much damage The telegraph wire between the government toamsite and the depot at North Enid was A cut during the night number of deputy marshals from North Knid were chased out of the South town early Sunday morning i huge body of citizens attacking them with clubs d the citizens of South Knid have been ordered to leave town on pain of death because of the stand they have taken against the outlawry Hound Pond is peaceful for the mo ment but all indications point to ait outbreak and further attacks on rail- Â¬ road property as soon as the troops are t iwn dent es had inl cap lemrated I is in the that Tna other night Constat at ia three ill le Ike Davis m the out The oath of office prescribed is that member will fairly and in tially disc the law with Â¬ i her the i hut was neighborhood lug into the one story house f son Thi lines Rue iiivn ine- - nf the in the hoar V inutes and speed itli an TJM1 for on at the trial tti of the Co- lamina whose effi The run back an started at Jialf trip -a in the leader of a i band avf a being thinjj v necessary to be dim- s perfect waste working of Uie machinery on th boat and sin- immediately Leaded the mark off the Dolphin on the turn trip essels re n and tht a on the outward trip tlname buoys were in position and the lly differ- Â¬ ence on the return fro i e outward trip was that the average cjesl of the Minneapolis on the retui trip was the first lialf wiring the total avajre speed ikt hour 2306 miles and xclaiming to the world the fact t t the new United States cruiser Mimipolis was the fastest armored vessel tost The lapsed time from th art to the finish was I Lours and 40 routes ttlili- cm of Illearth v Ind July Lncinda raves wife of a fanner - h of town commit ted suicide by iiijinir She was found by her daurhte 111 health was the cause i - - miantea and ivas made to cool the turn raid in that section and it still operated bj to capture the men Since then rave eluded capture until tht- - oth- - is section between Jackson ra sal f revenue officers left Richmond rich This commission is to be ehi with the settlement of all labor disputes between railr other transportation companies who may be ut before them iu accordance Iw Thv are also required toarbitrato such disputes as may be submitted lo them between the employers and tle ir employes ha other business than inter coiinucrce when the legislature or nor of the state in which such disputes shall orig withdrawn What It Cost Illinois 34 coixls Kb r for when Constable Davis and posse ed them Till County Teachers Institute will then Police Blackmail Arrest NatW Yhiik Inly 14- - Snuiuel umlertook to restoa As the item amount and partiaily on routes win be sur v teaab f the river ami hai r bill ami al f the legislative executive and julieiiil appropriation bill Hocsa Bcyoad adoptfac the report of the hill making sppropriatloiiH for the payment of pensions for the iccoiaphslieil but liii Ju Of a prelimtnary of the OB nature I lie intr spent lion of measures on the pri vate call intar Two of tin m oue aaosra as recom the omnibus resolutain bulk of thirty seven claims amountli DOtOOOOto the court of claims for invc S to be n portel to tin unfavorably Due bill was given a fa reconunendatlon and the rest of the pled in discussing a fourth Washinitos July 16 sksate Xo busi rday auiMrtance was trat- r Allen the Nebraska populist rose u on of personal p that havim been absent from the cily until In- had not seen the report published In newspapers n presentinu him as haTlnc com- liitted misconduct while under the intluem e xicatlnK liquors The statement absolutely false There was not a Shadow of excuse for it It was an untruthful npon Mr Hrice te ai i from the eastern house Friday morn Â¬ ing The guests of the hotel e taped nry without s At JefrersonvQle Ind Col Janus M Van Hook who killed Anton Shacfer atCharlestown July was taken out of the Clarke county jail on a writ of habeas corpus and released on bond by Criminal ion Dhio River railroad employes of nil and unanimously classes federated la strike resolution each calling upon its grand chief to so order Five hundred men are involved The strike is for an increase of 10 per cent iu wages and is not sympathetic The peaceful reports from Chi have quieted the labor troubles at New Orleans The presidents of the different unions declare their opposition to striking but at the same time assert that they will strike if their leaders so 1 Â¬ W 4 L Qi CLStlT IS ynVaiCOlRDOVArsl 5 THE BEST NOSGUEAKIN Douglas 3sF0LCE3SoLr5 TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Firm HAVE A HA RDW 1 FULL AND COMPLETE LIS A UK i f i HviXt i S It V ES Ii 25BoysS 19505 j LADIES i 7S Vou cad Because BROCKTCN MAS3 L ave mnniy by purcaaiiuj v DoaxlMfl sbne the value by I the be prices and equal cus m 111 ST VES GRATES TINWAB ARMI IMPLEMEiN S He the jroa inMODEL STEEL UANtE Ii is dui None tt mowers and 11 ibor try on IN SU l an I are juWe tin roiilinir fnilterint ttml other work on si to - 1 v -We ie have tlieni sold every- bold by f TAYLOR 3 crLruirtr uTru UTTLTLn 106 Main ixuxrurrijirij-uxnjruxrwT-r- determine piy you we can 57 Street liii BROTHERS Lrnr nnnrh nanlwart- JACZ PSESaAST SE THE MARKETS ClMlSNATI WELSH Bi July S 11 LIVESTOCK Cattle Cona HOd- - need ban raP 3 rs 3 4 51 2 45 hli 5 it cutlen-- 5 is I GarnettHouseSoloonV - SHE1 LAMBSSI i family GRAIN W No 3ret Corn No I Oats Xo 2 mixed No Z red i i fe- - chains or farming hnpK if aav k i n I call on- j STUART JONES Proprietor 3 iruTJxruxiuxrtJvnjxixjTJTrinj uTJxrij S hi mj u f 13 10 40 jnsrinnrmsi 3 txtruTriru c JJ 78 limit Munli ruofiljr ft BBOOKLTTt N V want- - on Julyfi Daniel rU avÂ¬ enue is a fruetui riven by his father ear with drunk could inr S nv a Ik abused h- - tker is much larger he went I had been entrap laniel had ti ers life Jt Simpson county ts the largest twin brothers States Their combined v j mints CiiMiiKS L loi tox of Cleveland O who lectured at Chautauqua bagton the other night took occasion proas his views regarding the lull man American Railway union strike indorsing- - the course of the lullman and came near causing sensation Strike sympathizers in the au k exceptions to the remarks ol ir Ilolton ami attempted to inter nipt him Superintendent Davidson j ied for the sjKech of Mr Dol toi by aying that it was wholly unau thorized by the Chautauquas manage- Â¬ ment Lizzik KtTTTKR colored was found dead in her house in the West end i fort the other morning The ciUt before she became despondent I morphine in a glass of beer with the above result A mm of L i- - lierry a Simpson was bitten by a rabid nd in drew ied with a had to llt koky 1 Â¬ -- llopkinsville Ju Two Mormon elders who have 0 county hunting for proselytes Hustled out of the communt ly in short order t Flats and now a was arrested Friday on an in- Â¬ dictment found against him by the grand jury Campbell retired from the force in 1803 In evidence given before the Icvow committee he was accused of having forced tribute from the east side Doheinian saloon Â¬ keepers Effected by Arbitration foqee bell a former roui the real estate n J Sprinofiid 111 July la Oor Alt geld says there will lie no encampment of the Illinois national guard this year I dont see Low we can Lave an en- Â¬ The campment said the governor strikes have cost us enormously and we have nothing iu the treasury to pay I am sorry but it for an encampment can not lie helped The present strike is costino- about tlu000 a day for the soldiers alone and when subsistence and transportation tire added it foots up a big sum every day - The irreater part of Saturdays pro- the house were uiven over to eulo- the late Representative ieone W iouk of Dayton Ol Mr Sorjr the succe tbe dead corurrtssmon delivered a most feet- rass CesaTravsasas Pearson hs t cured the passant of a bill appropriating to compensate Matthew S Priest of 8teubeii- vilks J for services rendered by him for tho government of the United states from March 16 to August H7 163 as an erarineer on the Steamers Silver Wave ami Moderator in latteries of Vlcksburg Warrentou and Oraad Gulf and for repairinn th iaim has been peuouai several con OUt lbfsE HAY I rune to choice TOBACCO Moduun leaf Good leaf PROVISIONS- - Hess Pork am Lnrri 25 ou H13 30 614 ft 1330 1 - Pure Whiskies Brandies Par year-old Wines c 2 The Vulcan rirutrurriruTJT ruaruTruTnjTjiTUinnjTrLp s in 1 APib POTATOES OKA IN CORN OAT- - BUTI Prlmi - Nev Per bbl YOBK 1 450 it I 50 3 itbO 1 Jelt whiskej at per gallon fe Tr 75 NFW- FlAiCR Wheat No red No 8 mixed New mess W W Winter patent 25 3 35 47 Northn I have engaged the services of Mr Root he pleased to Terrill as bartender who w have his friends call and see him W Chilled Plow FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST Harlvaro ari G drusnnrLrurinssuu cb ricmono TSLTLTLnSLnjUUTSinrU rercry Pirsi ia Decidedl ne 9 14 sri 40 39 ART MINKS Harnett House Saloon ul Street 00 LARD GRAIN m it 14 5 fe 25 ffl 2 90 sT 57 42 iruriinaRnruTjaAnnjxruxrtJxrijTxt4D i qjxriruTrijiarjxnjTnnnrLrtrtji 5 Salt lime aaaat sets potaioea an every kiul can lUMm prievu rruui 1 j FIOCK cmcAoo is prim2 rifs J 80 ii a cal jKitters accept the arbitration of or Smith of New Jersey and will itely This af- to workwo hundred or more men whose families have been almost destitute siuce the strike begun - Evaxsviiik lad July 14 The lo Â¬ B wth heimliavesevcrcd their the Distilling and Cattle Feed rank as one of t sinners and hive contracted for their spirits with an anti trust booj n Cin Deserts the Whisky Trust Nkw Yohk duly 14 Cool v Bern Â¬ cinnati PAT WAS PUZZLED Ho Was Not Posted on the Dalles of ern Indiana Normal college founded held in Phunix park Sunday affirmed here fifteen rears ago was sold Sunday that the municipal council ought to to Prof V H WHleta of rahelbyville elect ODonovan Hossa city marshal Ky Prof H QQbert of Danville 111 and thus record their protest against and Prof Hal Heed of this city They his treatment in prison The meeting assume control September I ulso resolved to reassemble in front of Draqjf Citruollv Acid the city hall when Boaaa w ill appear Sharon Pa July 13 Win Sturgis as a candidate about fifty five a roller employed at Youiigston O committed suicide Elopers Arrested contents of Wor duly lr Guurei is fa death by swallowing ofthecarbolic acid a one His ounce bottle 4 Cobimbto Sunday night by a man named Van throat was almost burned out by the Kosen Dim ODonovan Rossa May Be Elected Inly lii A mass meeting in Southern Indiana Noruul School Sold MlTt iiKii lud duly 10 The South- - Corn N Out No i PORK Menu LARD Steam 5W3 SOLDI TRAINfl BET Also a choice line ol qai 2 ware At BeMfnT5S 40 t Wia 6 80 CINCINNATI PALACE ST LOUIS m ST LOUIS BALTnSOSK FLOPR Family GRAIN Wheat No 2 Corn- - Med Oats atrxed LARD PORK BOGS with SLEEPING CARS BE I irurnriru Irusj 1XUTI1Tjaa 2 50 57 312 ff 85 V 54 ami WASHINGTON VIA DC AlTi Mess uality INDIANAPOLIS SI 575 H at 75 52t 51 4 BIG FOUR ROUTE 17 an pileptio acid No cause is assigned ArtUts Modi I 1 u t - Ed rLACitarix a brake man on the i tongs use According to Dr Gould thejueelOO stars in the northern a k in southern hemisph to the nak of Tupiu r iinVrs f ab3i -- hurt U but he other There little hup- - ury- - class in the San Francisco art kartled by in its midst of a ho with tears iu his fed for money enough to get him a bite The first impulse of the presiding genius was to request him to move on ilut his picturesque qual that he might tie given a samodeL rllllBl Irjulit tnlmals scv- - r bflraes and r a few years past in on it r - i India mctc tfca - ar og U many lar pa at vdi tat ii our year from the are used as w If you v ladies to paint you wo will pa four bits What a beg At Oii e gar jt you It wont tak v nt the four bits bad ly The state war and nuv y departments at Washington occupy an enormous The Modern Canal structure erected at a cost of S1000 on a eajaai brought up 000 covering four acres of ground and to modern requirements will curry as having twenty acres of floor space much train f The treasury building cost 3000000 forty cars The d The interior department buildings to be moved that is of the cover two Icrga blocks of ground and or truck is very considerably in iU buildings cost 52700000 of the barge the same amount of r applied m I five times the load on n waterway that it will on a railway the original of cot maintenance- - of a Peculiar to Itself canal rably leOn the great lakes tratic the railway So eminently successful has Ii 1 at a cost of 015 cent per pariila been that man ton mile by rail the expense of con Â¬ et ihe United Stairs furnisn testbaoa veyance inclusive of charges d ma oires which seem almost mini - The elegant service offered by the Big Four betsieea Cincinnati sad St Louis is 413 excelled by no oilier line Niht trains are 1LI B ed of new car throughout coaches 0- 4 25 of the latest improved pattern ami FLOUR Winter patentu GRAIN Wheat No 2 red the first time 1 t i Slcepiag Cs Corn Mixed Drawing Room Day trams W Oats Mixed and 41300 Cars and Kxijn rs le- Through Palace tweeu St Louis Cn via Indianapolis State ok Ohio City of Toledo with the peakji 4 Oak lv LCCAS Col NT V The Dintag Car famous Frank J Chfnev makes oath that he exteu is the senior purtner of the linn of F J cket agent Co doinjj business in the ky City of Toledo County and State aforeMARTIN G P T A said and that said tirni v il pay the sum PTM EOJ o OUE for DOLLARS each and every case of Catarrh that can CEiJECH DISECT0ET Ca- not be cured by the use ot GRAIN Wheat No 2 Corn No 2 mixed Oats No mixed LOUIS V e 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN SOLID VESTIQULED TRA d lUNlUii Halls FRANK J CHENEY rn to before me ami subsoil my presence this 6th day of ls-cA 1 rii y m STIES VI CUEEM AND CRESCEtf BOUTE si LT M- - A V not an accident Imt GfK iken internally - a raili I TT AaZJEi Desirable Properlffor Sale JOB PRINTING TaELK Halls Catarrh for tcrti toil THFiaUIIHtWE CHAS S POWELL RICHMOND KY J kJjnnt Â¬ 1 The Climax Printing altar of his for the one scriptural sacrificed virtue upon the when I say that parents have some- have been divorced evil desire times offered their children a sacrifice cause call upon you to do your Parents I wish to give you a qajohttion from uHn the altar of mammon and in this duty in this matter Teach your chil- Â¬ and Eoitor way liave blasted their hopes for life Bishop HaygoodK book Jack knife kksncii rn dren that the seventh commandmeut Brambles Bishop Haygood is one ot the is just as binding We come now to speak of nijn a man as it is most vigorous thinkers and forcible I want all the parents III DCTOBOS ujHin a woman writers in the South Commenting on who will take a stand with me upon the Co Let us turn airain to the words of Jesus the conversation between Christ and the great truths that I have preached Bad It hath been said Whosoever shall put Pbarhseaofc the subject of divorce he who will promise to do their duty in the away his wife let him give her a writing says Never since cpilizaioii emerged of promoting social purity to etc Uclerence is here from barbarism and animalism was the matter of divorcement Nearly hands When answer Jesus made to His cunning foes come and give me their PK1CK PKB YIAB lMi to Ieutcroiiomy xiv all the parents in the congregation re a man hath takes a wife and married more worthy to be considered than now to this proposition JULY DAY her Bad it come to pass that she find no w hen our divorce laws are so infamously apondsd And now young ladies I desire to see favor in his eyes because he hath found loose that marriage may lie annulled and many of vou have the nerve to put some uncleanliness in her then let him damnation introduced into bosses for how DKM0CRAT1C TICKET Mr B E Thoina What is the Attraction at el in out- this morning I EanriIe West Va write her a bill of divorcement and give well nigh any cause aaa or fictitious yourselves upon record ami deiiionstati n- - hostile to nay to you that there are Utonaa s it in her hand and send her out of his If there ie BOOM iinonipatibility of tcm law and order have lieen moved and anchapter of IHranient some knowledge of the laws wives in our country with bleeding hearts In the nineteenth and his imated bv living in unhappy Matthew we have recorded a oOBIUSa in the diiierent States of the American and blasted hojes men mall number of k lie Savior Union some shrewdness in assuagement homes a veritable hell on earth In hot inl -- iiltrv time- - like aVse it - nv th tion that took place between our From Loss of a Limb led by Debs have defied the law and they were not as particular as they go U8UAL BARGAINS that and the Pharisees in regard to the aah and a little money divorce is easier than cause The wed the civil authorities were young Dreadful Case of White Swelling The dissolving a partnership jeot of marriage and divorce It is a damn should have been when they and big otsts st thai alone possess tlM triotic 6ve million law a A Perfect Cure braved to Pharisees also came unto Him tempting ing shame and a curse to us these easy or liecause they do not asert their ol interest Sunstroke itself may made and One of the mot serious forms of irrohila given tights vn spurn from their pres Him and saying unto Him Is it lawful divorce laws enacted and snfoiBalfor is that of wWU rightful share of what arc itHr i and uiiwho have vio- Â¬ one of the most iltfncult to cute for a man to put away his wife for every the most part in the interests of mere ence unchaste husbands Hoods Sarsaparllln has accomplishÂ¬ swelling md of a All of yon who lated the marriage vow swrllin at that time there were two animalism cause We are sowing to the wind ed many wonderful cures of whiteMrn Theli r among to reap the whirlwind dragons teeth will say that you intend to demand of one of which b reUfcvt below tT saitdhM divinity and philosophical schools 111 ehs anir men the same standard of social purity Thomas a manufacturer of harnesses the Jews holding opposite views on the for a harvest of the devils Deeper and rill show neither lew or and etc at ETiuisvllle W Va Baafl hit letter Little prices and little Taint go together subject of divorce The school of Sham- - deeper into the body of the nation strike that yon know men demand of you --C I Hood ti Co Lowell Mass I for law loyalty to tbe anvem- Urates in ten that is the way down here and give me your hand attack of come with sevie tonSSIwaasaMMMl Baa held that divon e could only lie the roots of this malignant cancer r n- hare Wait till you ace tb i The heartiness with which the young White swelling Kire years Inter I liad to Ixms my men light granted upon ode ground while the nothing worse for chasard for There Can be J- was tbe flesh on my ltmb cut open and the tkmbt our eyes thes ra school of Hillel maintained that a divorce tity and social parity than a law that ladies rescinded to this proposition they After the flesh he Jed up I was not very gratifying Kvery young lady in scrapedd aaatai soil I might be given for any one of a multi- footers vice and makes easy infidelity to mt He taken trouM ich they defy insult what t the large congregation bat three went down with the rrip whl tude of causes In fact the adherents of marriage vows While Jesus speak nT tliero public opinion which tin ly aflVtei litnu to the altar and gave her band to tbe hd been scrs one In pirtlc llir enetratlnK to this school taught that man might di- Â¬ man putting away his wile when it is evihone The whole front oi my ha from kuee the preacher vorce hie wife Bad pat her away if he - will to ankle seemed to te dent that the woman has a right to pad Uussellville Kentucky found some other woman that he liked away her husband for the same cause A Mass of Corruption that And ill order to eH CASH better Jesus was wise in answering Bat how few have the courage and inde Â¬ I could get hut little ease and comfort and lees OODS the following DRESS they QUESTIONS OF LAW He did sot answer thee ci benefit from the medical treatment I reeelyed questioas pendence to asert their rights Do you r in mm I I of my friends advised as Is hiyf the leg pri tious Pharisees according to the tenants know a husband who dares to call himgreatly reduced the Brssa Let him nap the amputated but I hesitated not wautin to loae n If we lclt dis 1 lilTHKIAL InKKKSlllMIKMfc of either of the contending schools but self a man that would live with a wife a limb Ierchimi e 1 saw an advertis ment in it will take the CASH to get them at tl beforsk and i CoNIH TKI 11Y STEPHEN 0 PASBJSH fvr Hoh1 s Har dge the imagination we a laper embracing a testimouial sapalrUU fruin one Mr John McMurray telling founds His answer upon the divine law that had leen untrue to him iTier to htiv tlnM hanrain 1 111 l This Any QUCfttimi of law up m which Clm have the best opportunity for its ASH Ijc informed will m aatwcfwd in And He answered and Hear Him - -- s tvon liave tinih tf 1111 till question leads mo to speak of the differ- liked ill oyment at this moment So IJf tor iini said unto them Have ye not read that thirl the bargains ence between the standard of awnhood of fellow beings looked E crowd v old child suntic tiucstion 11 permit He which made them at the beginning what Hoods Sarsapurllla had done fur his son I and womanhood Why is it that women with cariosity upon the bridal party i of th qnetiMcT will b It ha it l he tut Nunc and female and siid will gather up their skirts and pi concluded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla so I bought v edral walls held in coii made them male I had old and sit bottles of It aliout tliree months ago It was For this cease shall a man leave father in contempt and absolutely refuse to bv ex- Bnement the music for this nuptial cer- not taken it two months when I could see Biafcc them in jjtod faith good than anything I had taken and mother and shall cleave to his wife iliiiL me more and at Otherwise they will receive no BOB with a alien woman of the sphc The sores I hive new used alxiiit three bottles and they twain shall be one flesh the same time will receive into their have all healed up BBS they pursued their onward coin- treatn together homes on terms of social eijualitv men What therefore God hath joined that My Limb Is Perfectly Sound What is the city ordinance respoi ling V the parties to the Ten Ires Pat unlet no man put asunder The Pharisees who are known to be impure I am It t iod were the vehicles stopping on strict crossings T It has also lieneflted my ceuerai health and I Six lir- e- Pattern former pr let ion Tl til it w Sar tire not yet satisfied so they say unto glad that woman is held rigidly ton high am now able Is work at my trade Hoods profound Elcves Dress Patleroa former WpN witnesses w hile born or perha sanarllli receives all the praise and I cannot Him why did Moses then command to standard of moral character The stand Haa HtfM I answer the qaestion from r wi- Answer into recommend ll enou Drew Pattens iot Va Wv give a writing of divorcement and then ard of womanhood is not too high but the city ordinance which in one place me B K Thomas Evansvllle one the lives of this happy pair We K ijht Drea Patterns former put her away He said unto them tin- standard of manhood is decidedly I irmed that PUIS cif le oat Any person who shall ride lead Two Dresa Pattern former p rtoods Jaundice sick rir ta constipation headache indigestion Moses because of the hardness of yoar too low And the women of the country drive or hitch a horse or other aniinai on Biliousness rib taken from mans side This iitcn used a n hearts sutler yon to pit away your are to blame for it Eight Dres- - Patterns tor do not prove or across a side walk or was not taken Kcept Ill Kve Dress Patterns former p but from the beginning it w from r and this statement I will take it back The in passing to or from a stable or lot Three Iies Patter sat was final It was a solution of this problem is found in the be lined 600 City ordinance p 94 to become his Dre Pali ms formal lete vindication of tin- divine law a fact Three Dress lattir r but ll om hi that BS a rate women do not de sec 4 This ordinance of coarse is an tK3rw forth of Gods original Three Dress Patterns which clearly iod intend clear cat setting mand of men the same standard of social absurdity It reminds me of the eld Tbe IT Mart v M I Tan Five Dress Patterns in making man and woman the ed her to 1h his companion and equal purity that the men require upon the Harcelonian law in Spain which read s Seven Dress Patter complement of each other LTst part of Ihe women The leminiii Any one who shall draw blood Two Dress Patterns ftx From the conversation between Christ tion of my congregation will not he dis in the public streets shall stiller death flntlSkanv Two Dress Pattern JbbsbV rraxi KSLATiOKa Five Diess Pattern urn two facts and the Phsrisi posed to call in ipiestioii the correctness ne day a man Sainted in the Main MAKKIAGE AM MYOKCE Siv Dress Pa That Christ in His Sermon on the of this prop isition They know that it street A Barge lion existing betwein parent celled and bled One Dress Pattern r a man is Mount enacts no new law concerning is only too true and child is m Listen to these startling him The Alcalde Mayor held that IE I me Dress Pattern fori e marriage but merely re affirms Gods to leave father and mother and If a woman single or married Two Dies Patterns forme r the surgeon had violated the law and t Mil 11 aBBaaaaas3Ktf unto his v the only relation original design in this institution is guilty of the one great sin she puts an ought to sillier death Hut this was lulu into We learn that the Mosaic pararis almost irradicable stain upon her char- over ilil years ago ami of course be relation he- commit adultery but Alld sion of divorce was simply a temporary acter brings disgrace upon her family r like the law regulating blood letting in the seven and prudential arrangement the reason and consigns herself to perpetaal banish- Streets and driving over the en will m Nuw is your time as and for which was found in the undeveloped ment from society Bat a man especialif have materially change KNOWLEDGE if not knd if with her already iii is a siKcial sale I will state of society sod the hardness of tbe ly if he has money and social position in the letter at least in the spirit This talked w it thy Brings comfort and improvement and ihikIs we will also peopli wife can betray the confidence of a trusting ordinance as the court would construe tends to iHTsonal enjoyment when uti - love ile for us to imagine young woman visit bnaaasaf shame sad it really means It is scai Dont delay hut cot who live bet for tin tly used The many tlar it shall be unlawful an of d the the appalling disasters that would come ate with women of the most aban for any person to keep or maintain or t r than others and enjoy life more with thy a I upon society if the marriage relation was doned character crush the heart of a create any obstruction whatever on a xpenditure by more promptly II And the - their penera carded Soon after the faithlul wife and prove untrue to the street side walk alley or crossing to adapting the worlds lx st prodncta to the seeds of physical Ix ing will attest ii nt of the great French Rev- Â¬ wife solemn vow assumed at the marriage the annoyance of lie pal the viiue to health of the pure liquid olution the National Assembly passed a altar and yet move in w hat is known as 5 et laxative principles embraced in the las permitting divorce and in less than etv It Prrnp of 1 xceilenes is due to its presenting three months nearly as many divorces I I am an ardent prohibitionist in the form most acceptable and pleas re registered in the city His heartily endorse and co operate with the ant to the taste the iefreshinjr and truly for o Paris and in the space of eighteen gnat temperance reform movement of in perfect lax- Â¬ icial properties of months more than 30000 divorces were Bat there is anthe nineteeth century ative effectually cleansing the system ined unto granted and the nation sank into a state dispelling colds heuachert and fivers other reform movelnttit that should lie of moral degradation from the effects of and permanently caring constipation inaugurated and poshed side bv side It has given satisfaction to millions anil ry but speak ooa which it has not yet fully recovered r that ly assumed with tbe one that met with the approval of the medical the t One of the first effects upon society of I have op to such vast proportions noon becaase it bob m the Ki of the marriage reneys Liver anil Bowels without weakthe present time purposely refrained Man livine institution and lation would be the degradation of from any reference in the pulpit to the ening them and it is jerfectly free from every objectionable substance relation know n to the women great scandal suit that was so recently ter Byrnp of Figs is or sale by all drugIn all barbaric or semi barbaric Condi t is a although a minated at Washington gists in 50c and 1 bottles hot it is manciety woman is looked upon llav- upon the numbet of preachers have ush1 it to ured by the California Fig Syrup ecidedly inferior to man Only in ring the mi titnde Co only whose Dame is printed on every point a moral Then- - is one thing that countries where the Bible is reÂ¬ itiful form for the package alas the name Syrup of Figs is gratifying to tne and that is that the and tjciiisr well inf irmed you will uot en in ceived as authority and the sanctity of secular papers almost universally con accept any substitute if offered the marriage relation is recognized dot our demn the defendant in this case So far woman occupy the position for winch as I know only one woman has dared to law II s but rev- - God intended her as the equal companthat every or taken it Z7Zf raise her voice or move her pen in dely ei isedly and in tbe ion of man Ffc fense of this guilty man 1 have thought Again all the fond endearments and But that there are a great i My that possibly after all good may come te marriages and conse- Â¬ sweet associations of the home life would out of this scandal And quently many unhappy homes is a fact vanish forever 1 C k awamiaU ft ft DUUft It will serve to impress the people known that no argument i I desire to emphasize the fact that of look- Â¬ We may ask What Christ who was a teacher sent from generally with the importance it ing to the morals of the men who fill is the cause of this state of affairs I God and whose duty it was as a public rOR CLOTHES responsible pojntions in oorGovenuaesr t riots reply f tlie g CURES NOTHING BUT PILES teacher to tear away the hi It will emphasize the question I THE PROCTER S GAMQLS CO Ourn 1 1 am e way It is due largely to thi and thrown over the law by the blinded re 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 1 - entertained teachers of His day and present am now discussing namely the differfact that by many A known for IB years as xhe Kaiucruw iu the Sanctum with young people on the subject of marriage it in all its parity and according to its ence in the standard of manhood and ft BEST REMEDY for PILES ft womanhood The Climax recently received a Urge m lisfy yourself oftbecor spiritual import most emphatically deSOLD BY AILJUKl bGIKTS No one is disposed to condemn the box of Raincrow chewing tobacco and V Pwyflr KS3A1B30S KB CO ST LOTO clares that divorce is to le granted upon the most imp ihis proposition it will only Why should the it lays open in the sanctum Every new red desk To be necessary for you to enter any ordi- one ground only and that is unfaithful- - ollense of this woman ibly nary company of young people and inthe marriage vow At the mat- man le held less responsible especially subscriber who comes alon helps himself brinpinir out fu King troduce the subject of marriage Ob- rimonial altar in the presence of Al- when all the principal facts are taken to a twist noticing the abundance of it DOUGLAS TURPIN CO It has been well and since we come to think about it every and j serve how lightly and flippantly- - they mighty God and human witnesses the into consideration f any irk the r talk aboat it Many look uon it as an contracting partial promise undeviating said by some secular paiver that not only new subscriber is perfectly welcome to and I admit Assistants undertaking adventure while othi loyaltv to each other If either party is the Ashland I Mstrict involved in this take a twist of this tobacco along with Architects t hesitate i Dr C t Pattie on to tare that it is a lottery in which violates this solemn and binding obliga- Â¬ matter but the ent re State of Keiituckv him free gratis and for nothing and if lint ii tilling I Ciias L 1uns is now on tial I dare to affirm that for he does not pronounce it the best he ever her of the do that very tl - to be tion by committing the sin against which there are as many blank- 204 E MAiN SREET RICHMOND KY - in cor You wi the seventh commandment is directed this man who stands out lefore the saw then he is no judge of the weed drawn One fruitful source of th nly 28 recting the mistaken notioiii of tl Powell is the novel Are yon insured Turley It is a part of the novel then the other party is released from the world self condemned who6e character from fourth pie in regard to the seventh eommand stain and list Will furnish plans and specifications for Office and Yard contract in the sight of iod as certainly has been made as lack as the bottomless raw upon the imagina3ail kinds of buildings and superintend ij- pit by his own testimony upon the d ithoiit mnt mas the same principles tion and picture ideals that are never as if death had occurred Branch urtiiv at Middcltun niirstore All firo losses pail by Powell same at the lowest prices Will also conoffice what- - that He employs in His explanat Who has confessed to the the intern realized I am sure that I do not enterMoses for certain reasons and to meet Turley w tract any work in our line We are preTn the commandment against killing It tain any aliaage or fanciful notions in the dome ml of an aaderaloaed condition violation of the most sacred of all earthly Dont go to sleep over yoar insurance pared to do the finest work on short noIW8 that causeless regard to marriage the 1 believe tice that God of society had sanctioned divorce But vows and to a life of shame and crime Powell 4 29 23 Turley Beware si MahMki lor Catarrh that rau auger hatrel and revenge are included knew exactly what he was talking altonf Christ in His Sermon on the Mount for the last tan or twelve years while he tain ataraarjr in the command Thou shalt not kill when He arid It i not apod that the which has been very appropriately styled was posing before the general public as a Dont wait until vou are burned out the other emphatic man should be alone I have no paDistrict anrrouncemsius Turlev His Inaugural Address in which he christian statesman to offer himself as a Powell io County announcements 5 City announcements v No announceof meli and complete1 v derange tbe whole ally that not oniy the BSBSBbI seed but tience with the ridiculous talk Baa clearly defines His policy as a public candidate for re election to a seat in ConW H Nelson who is in the drug bus- ments inserted nnless accompanied by the cash it ibiuugh the the licentious look which causes the nines uiiiuigcii oy marneu ioople m teacher and explains the nature of the gress is an insult to every virtuous iness at Kingviiie Mo has so much conFOR JAILER Such article should formation of an evil desire is forbidden their advice to young folks not to get kingdom He tame to establish repeals woman and chivalrous man in our grand mucous mrfaces We are authorized to announce WILLIAM T fidence in Chamberlains Colic Cholera Later sj set who searches married by tl old Commonwealth There ought to go on prescript ion Whenever I hear such non the Mosaic enactment and by His all GRIGGS 1 candidate far jailer subject to the and Diarrhoea Remedv that he warrants action of the Republican Party ill men Having shown sense it creates a suspicion in my mind authoritative us the damage they I say unto you settles up from every city and town and vil- every bottle and offe s to refund the merely- - in that something is wrong in iie good you can pos- - that real chastity consists not their own the question for all time to come that no lage and coontrv community ami from money to any customer who is not satis NEW ADVERTISEMENTS n them Halls Catarrh refrshusg from the external acts of im married life There is one thing of w hich human tribunal by any course of legal every womans organization throughout lied after usinj it Mr Nelson tikes no moralitv but in keeping the thoughts you may e certain and that is that you prm eedings can set aside a marriage the State such a volume of protest as will Cure man it F J Cheney risk in doing this because the remedy is a contains no mercury and ami purposes of tbe heart pure He next will never hear a woman who has a kind contract The only way it can be compel him to retire forever to the certain cure for the diseases for which it acting directly upon intro iuces two very strong lignres the sad faithful husband engaged in a w hole-sale done is bv one party proving untrue to shades of private life Women everyis intended and he knows it It is for sale saiga of which is to show the necessity The partnership heretofore existing unood and mucous surfaces of Mm attack spaa men Neither will you the other Iet us once more look at where should lend their influence to this W F Powers and T S Hagan dni der the firm name of Potts Crooke was And if thy riht eve hear a man who is blessed w itll a true Christs words lying Hails Catarrh Cure be of self denial movement for social purity We naed bv It hath been said hv fMnasn up Kver tl dissolved Julv 10th 1894 bv mutual conSlaughtering West an Vxikol Ksts It is taken in- Â¬ offend thee entrap thee tosini pluck and loving wile indulging in adverse tiie Mosaic law Whosoever shall put mothers and wives and sisters and sent POTTS CROOKE 67 6sal Prises No Objcjct Goods Sal be Sold Keganikss Look out for fires as mtoII as storms etc And criticism upon wives People who have away his wife let him give her a writing daughters all over this fair land that ternally and made in Toledo Ohio by it out and ast it from the of Cost it thy right hand oflend thee cut it oil right conceptions alout matrimonial ob of divorcement V LCtienet Jl Co Testimonial free Turley have the courage to let it lie known that Pcwell yi But I say unto you to c per and cast it from thee for it is protit ligations and who arc themselves for- That w hosoever shall put away his wife licentious living upon the part of men WS Arc you in it insurance If not get able lor thee that one f thv membois tunately married realise that it is the save for the cause of bottle digs an impassible gulf between them in it Powell tornificationcausoth Turlev The partnership heretofore existing be32 10000 yards of Challies at vard worokc BSSwld perLsh and not thy whole body is 000 vards of Ci desirable as well as the happiest her in case of marriage to commit and denies these men the privilege of tween W II Douglas and G L EdV 3Vcayard Woo Challies 13 c a vard lirtfhams 4c a vard I you want to buy a Sulky Surrey Bug If THLtKIMtoK should be cast into hell Verse 2 wards under the firm name of V 11 state on earth I think that psang peoÂ¬ adultery their society I wish that I could see Dress Goods 8c a yard French Zeph r Gin and whosoever shall marry i at ioc a yard worth gy or Carriage call on Donelson for he has Dougias Co was dissolved Julv 13th Tne meaning of this language is that ple when they reach the pranei Lawns at a gc yard Wool Henrietta 15c ard worth 4c her that is divorced comniitteth adult- organized here to day the nucleus of a 1894 bv mutual consent rSBJpaJ in the whatever leads us into sin must be cut should 67 5 Social Purity Club Itwould be the most the latest best and cheapest encouraged to look forward to ery Language could not be used that W II DOUGLAS ates The laws were every - off or denied although these thine may the time when with a suitable compan would convey An elegant new a more definite m aning useful club eve started in your town nickering Piano lor G L EDWARDS Men Suits 2 qS worth 10 JB uuthorities be as dear to us as an eye or hand ion of their own choosing they may le and I stand Mens Senas wor here in my proper place as Such a club as this properly wielded sale Apply at this office 15 c K Bos Suit ho worlfc M unusual difficulty in enforcing and the catting off process as severe as 50 worth 14 o in their own happy hot one of Gods messengers and declare to would knock out of society some young v Bovs an J Mens Straw list worth 2 c W Socks ec a pair tbe second city of tbe the stacking oat GUARANTEED A horse kicked 11 S Shaier of the POSITIONS light eye or the Inlortunate marriages are due in you that if any force in logic any mean fellows who are now admitted to the best Laundned Shirt 25c Mens and up country is practically uuder the I of a riht hand The ooe Freemyer Home Middlebui any Our FREE ouary motives ing in words tlien Christ III hlMI and homes of tie community As a parent NYon nnder reasonable conditions can afford it 96 pica catnloRue will explain why we martial law and transportation bumnew of sin un I am ready to Blake he vicious of parents in seeking matrimonial al there is no pbasibity of evading the statement pub- the knoi- which laid him ut in bed and DranglioDs the Practical Business College nsacte1 at the JKiint of thebii be broken oft We must LJtdie for their chiidn a Vest sc A ladies Hre ijc Chi ms Hose cc To conclusion that in case oi marriage licly that when my girls are old enough caused tlie knee joint to b y of sinful gratifica- NASHVILLE Mobs of disorderly persons on m Handkerchiefs 1 lc Children Lace TINN Write for caulocoe friend recstrrmendad him to use ChamKacasa I will no more en- Â¬ What is generally looked upon a- - a where either party has been divorced on to receive oompany yard Laces 2c a yard Waists 3 c woith Bssk ksapiw Shnrthand Penmanship C a yard beat are terrorising a dozen towns sod iai THr of spiritual enjov- h If both parties are well any other ground than the one men courage the visits of a young man upon berlain- Iain Bairn which he did and in grapny We spend more money in tbe interest of scenes of violence are being enacted meut VYith these special tkosgbta pre- ocr KnploymentDe janmeut than half the Bosiness and have money most people tioned by our savior hetf parties live whose character there is a taint of sus two davs was able to be around Mr Colleges tike in as tahion 4 weeks by our method daily i for yooi tion j a good match continually in violation of the seventh picion than I would encourage my Ixiy Shafer has recommended it to many others teaching book keeping is equal to I J weeks by the Ladies Slippers oc up L r Hi 5c worth 1 1 Lad old plan What does all this mean teachers 600 students past year no i on t Who ha now t t nd says it is excellent for any kind of a vacauon enter any time Stair It may le very far from the truth There commandment If you object to the wben ne becomes a man to ioc a pair Ladies Seamless liosc loc e Board We have woeful change it a temperament with and escort to public places a young bruise or sprain This same remedy is recently prepared books especially adapted to standard ou must settle your contro Â¬ erni it in not responsible The luisi- bath lioea HOME Whosoever shall habits and purposes in life before it can versy with the Lord Jesus alo famous for its cuies of rheumatism Sent on 60 days tial STUDY us Christ and lady of doubtful character -Write aad explain tates liave not Trunks at half price iiini give be truthfully said that two p 10000 worth of Tail Jade Misut Suits at W t Powers and T S your wans N B We pay sis by not with me 1 had nothing to do with 5 cachfor all va At one time within the jjaslsis months the doiiar Carpets and Oil Cloths at half j rder Tiie cancies as DOOK neepers stonognpnets tail unto well mated That married aeoasa niay making this standard I am only telling clerks etc reported to ut provided we BII stent for weeks uitha pistol by my loss u i put away his often find in each ue trait of you what He has said abowt it Both WI10 have the best companies Answer bed where I could place ny hand ujMn tbswSBswi oi induaWsss ybe cause of fornilii ation cbsrai could not know pu- - the Catholic and Episcopal churches it at a liuniiints warning anticipating Powell Turley and jCOME EARLY workingruen have neither tauseth m GET THE BARGAlNSfBONT FORGET THE init aduige is very natural Jut have been in advance of ours until with- the probable return of a btojrjbu who had whosoev Fire insurance Howell ills for patience and forhssi Turley 3 in the last few years on the Babied of twiee hrokSn inl4 onr hoHse an He fonnd that lie Ami who From the That onld exercise an a the re marriage of divorced people Your dealer sells Racimo Cigars had to do aonusthins or lose hie presteasf that I did not have a right at interest in the future welfare of their At tht iitrurlt PrtnfAmnin nlki VBuvyvars I mas to Stand Kiiard in my own li tige as a leader so be took the flimsy The best companies aJjiist romptly i itc IXSII TfTION The City Tax is new doe children and assist them in inakine a however a law was passed whieh Rniv j to tt 1 1111 iti ii 11 inn Powell ft Turley t offered by the local trouble at 111111 iw Lo G choice in acompanii ill fiinloi 32 the Dis ipliae coming of a brrglar who at tlw Please call and settle Office and made war upon the rail- - lid s IJat t eiual would only take a few material tl and indirectly upon thousand of I will make hiw a helj se money the consideration is to at Jack Freemans store all be one hundredth part as much s who had no connection with and hiui Dont negk ct your insurance Powell ft solemnizing the rites of iiing into my home D It FREEMAN Turley bo latere in tbe Pulhnan troubles He had ma tifnl world and a trnth so oeiween uivuteetl irsiin right ac well sad coasiateatiy have What a no one will dan eontiaJictj except in case ot iunoceut jiatties owcll C City Collector Tui 4- - THE CLIMAX -- 1 taken up the finht on lie half of men who make steel rails or any other supplies the used l railways He spirit of dssotdwr anl ilislovulty to law and he is responsible for the of life ami property that lm suffered The people who etmiposed HM moll at I Mis Ciiicagu wen- the followers Of The people who have triel to stop trains 91 mail were the carry people who kaatrajred the property of mill to unlawfully ol- and who b strurl and encoaraejod by i 1 Â¬ les I I srsalswes The air was illel with feath ered songsters The waters tessssd with myriads of the linny tribe Countless thousands of animals ssssaed at will through the forests and doubtless won deriugly into the face of the lord of creation In some pleasant dime and i had fertili prepared a delight ml ssrejtsi for mans shade and placed ity of dressing uiii him the I it and keeping it 1 presume that no park ot modern times with its graceful shade trees etsametricsl avenues and fiowiac fountains could rival in beanty anl splendor mans lvlen home A ppsi entlv be had sverythisg to make him happy but his sHial nature cried out for ship Hilient search throughout the entire realm of en hrissn failed to discover a companion suitable for him Then it was that God who thoroughly understood the nature of the one He had tuadt His own and likeness uttered a truth that has come down through true to day as it was 6000 v truth thai constitutes an immovable foundation upon which the marriage ra-ind the Lord God said od that the man should be a deep to fall npna Adam and he and He took one of his ribs and and the up the flesh instead thereof which the Lord God had taken frm man made He a woman and brought 22 her unto the man Genesis ii And brought her unto the man What is this meeting tl altar of the first man Â¬ i i DM WHY 15 STRENG THRONGED A Narrow Escape STRENGS Wi being Â¬ i Â¬ Very Likely You Think Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WEWANT WSH Â¬ II Hoods5 Cures limn ris ir I I CASH M l - 1 I I - I - Â¬ i r I i -- Â¬ If You Need a Dress Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 IVORY H Â¬ J STRENG Â¬ 1 u 1H M Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ 50AP looo r DO YOU NEED ANY I Â¬ Â¬ 1 iLaTawtTMIllsf I iTiRinasnnni 1 i BlssjjasJBfaaV COAL DEIS OINTMENT I I 1 I Â¬ Gil FILL YOUR PROMPTLY I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BtuLk -- L R BL nton 1 Â¬ or wit--ian- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK - Â¬ Â¬ Dissolution Notice Railroad Wreck tca Â¬ Â¬ Dissolution Notice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ KoShtc Â¬ f Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 I 1 i I Â¬ TAX Â¬ piCE P- - 1 1 - 1 1 I NEW YORK STORE UcKEE3 iTE 55 J - BBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBm I Sattdra Ufath James Uromfield a baa aged 15 years I lohn WEDNESDAY - - JULY Bnnitiell a farmer living in Jessamine near the line of Madison Satchel lost See local dtedqttjee suddenly last Saturday He had gone to Nicholasville on a visit to lissolutkm notices his uucle and intended going home on a Why dont the loafers etr train He walked out to the dejKH quite out or so met in rapidly and while there waitiug for a ga ta loll a times are tin- naaad of the train received a telepl the effect that his father a hammer and saw is heard on all sj lava in a buggy and he Wnnamaker diia ould as haaaa with them Be a waul Richmond back to the BOOM oi his uncle and eaity dinner at about o kai violently ill aUut Z t ami died His physicians are divided e an aaanrninent chant ami known was oi rheumatism of the heart or air that is -I ke l1 THE CLIMAX PERSONAL Boat W RELIGIOUS Mr OLD G HUMBLER July the 1 CORRESPONDENCE 17th Correspondents will please mail Smith went to Lootavifte BoarnaUow Christian Church will be rday on bnsim dedicated next Sunday SSmL Kev I Mr Ward Wilcox of Paris visited II Reynolds will deliver the dedication friends in thisciti Ust week sermon The public is cordially invited Dinner on the ground Mbn Battha Qaeaat anjayed the Lexington Qataataimaja last week r ecatooi ooKvawisoat v The annual Madison County Union S Mrs Iuira V Hawkins of Lexington S Convention will le held at Republi- Â¬ tng Mrs hhn F Green can baptist Church Saturday Job ing the family heginiag at It oclock Below is the of Mr Green Woodcock at Danville ii of exerc Squire D P Arinei will leave to day Why the Sunday School should 1 for Cincinnati to replenish his stack sustained and by whom Add id Fisher of Richmond visRevs Ashby Jonas and M Kelley ited re Saturday 2 The advantage of the International Â¬ their communi- - I L licKce Mis 11 B owing ouv in M- lnians new after- i ate tin- - print jalia ican FMtootin dnij at Lexington next vet the Amer Â¬ eat ef an Ajed Oahwal Hdbaai died at the n lifton I Speed- Mi the llth inst at the advanced Tim i drls iust- the the the terlin The men -- lit work not been Maid fee annc alio was killed by Josses Griffin mee was to iit grief and her is hour -- lLlr ii Bi tj are re remit in 11 rson in the county b treated During slaven io Abner Dr I H Ilanton Chancellor of Cenwho bought her in Carolina when sin- was 14 years tral Iniversity was in the city Thursnd brought her to Kcntmkv day ned in b up to the Peyton davery was abolished Many kind Ky formerly of this citv is visiting the a have been heard in regard to Of her uncle S E Scott Aunt Lacy She waa a devoted meru- liunb her life was IUi left Saturday for a visit to bv beni m rvaut Mrs C I McCbord at Danville she was faithful and true She retained Mr Talbot Jackson is visiting the fam a rcmaikabic vitality up to a short time Mrs E3iaa Anderson at Danville In m hi her death with He will remain during the summer Brown- at the Addle Man in attended Chan- b wiH k and was accompanied home by M C Elder of Lexing ton aaaaa After BreekaBriiee i Â¬ -i Hie qualifications and duties Superintendent by Professor J D- Clark Mr Root K Burnam and Mr j Anna Frasees guest Miss I ila returned to her home in 8t Cosby Qualifications of the best teacher ist week by Reva W F Smith ami WJ Doran Willie Smith returned Friday AKTEaSOON from Cincinnati where she went to have 5 The proper one of Lesson helps by viiie Ky Dr Witherspoon and Elder Boatman ii Reports from County S S election of officers and selection of p ace llaag has just retnrnad it to reiat and 11 it It leaked out tr- in I - nil kindly att ni In i to thai V i iaaportabd v SMsatep - and ML under tin- arsna Club wil Smith buii - Bebsfcal of the loth inst A T Million tary it d that ill tin- railroads seen th taav Turpin who went to Cumberland able thai been Gap for her health is very mtldi improved So investigate the Mr Jesse Dykes and family returned nel W C P Iifrom Clark county Sunday where they xceiit for a powerful imi sojourn ai it to In ar iijhmi the mi and li nel would have J E Yoiis i ML Sterling travel i i Mori iii for Sachs being made to keep the expulsion iiati was in town last week l the back until after pril the firm September 15 Breckii - Anne li the Masons ire in the ruin and i in with her friei Misses il In held back longer and in it on Childs street n to know say hv Mulled inside oi t Maty spencer Smith visited her The I inether at the Lexington Pro and manv oi t Io Infirmary last wcik men ic Frien mid Nation hae J to know that members An attempt was - uitb is inipro to find o done but nothing William T Fletcher Poat nffiee In- t r of Cincinnati was in town Mou- Â¬ ttii out of them Accra by ex lira ml nd Tuesday on nusiuess He h ft The leJ livck- ist night for Lancaster to look into a little affair there connected with the N Satur- thorongh- - Miss Mollie P Tarpin daughter of Mr next meeting Hints on work in the Primary Class Papei by Mrs Mary Williamson 8 Missions in the s s Paper by Mrs Mary Hern Ion 5 work by Presi Advai dent All friends in all churches are invited A basket dinner will be spread The Superintendents of s hixils are urged to bring or send reports All the Snn day Schools in the county are asked to contribute ten cents per teacher and two cents per scholar for State work FS IoiiiTT President of 7 i Â¬ Arrested Ik-lb- H - lewis Peyton and Snmnia employes- at Myerss planing mill in this citv were arrested Monday mornine under a warrant by C S Commissioner li T Buruam charging them with breaking into S Warehouse So 1371 on Stony Fork near the month of silver eie put in jail and their trht blj be had to day gieat Bnrprisr been held in a en have bitter light It is said that thev announced to one oi their fellow workmen Two white men i I Â¬ to the country on Sunday and spend the - ring black be rrk Leak Out Fur Detectives It may not be known in this i old fTmniMti M dear stir I hav thnt fur sum time I Wood rite u a few words tu let u no 1 am mutch tuck with yoor i ollum in the I think u give asm good advise Climax special tu the gala We fused tu liv by a lot of peepul what let there gals run about awl the time ami they dun the wurk then self I tell u they wasa noisy set of gals And evry boy come along they awl tride tu hang ontu him but the beys dont hang tu any sich Kite here I want tu tell u that tho gal what trise the hardest tn git inarod is the lirst tu git left and u can tell em so in paper if u want tu line glad u say so nniteh about hard times Tuther dav I been a feller say the deauocrata wns tu blame fur them and I jest stopt rite thare and toie him sich fellers as him a layin around killin time tellin rich ilse waa the hole coz They uit wurk tn talk boss and tarf and bet on prizc tites when they aint got annf tu git a meals vittals And line glad u tell peepul tu pa there onest data fur tharesalot dew me and I caint git a scent of it I 110 they com I pa if they and I aint had moreii o doL tu spend this hole yere and what with the babys and Lauras and my ealieer da and the shuger and collie it has about tuck it awl and I aint had any left tu pa I the little I promised the preecher thot the egs wood be rite smart but they air so lo I caint moreii git the Body and hhin and a cake of Bopo 1 reckon thev air hi anuf tho fur I VI Jl thing Why no when we used tu git 12 and a half scents a duzen but then we pade iM fur 1 galon of cole oil aud l and 111 fur a pound of shuger And tuther day I got a stick of bluin w hat the storekeeper aad make a quart of staff fur and I thot that lo I git im scents tor my butter but then I make good butter and sell it tu them what nose it is good I can tell u what makes butter loit is bad butJ make good butter and 11 ter makers can git a good prise fur it I bered Laura tliats mv daughter a readin tuther day that man is commixture strange of heaven and earth and I thot inebby u wood like tu no hell it and I got her to rite it down fur me and fix it awl rite Boat u think and suuttuues the last is the moat of the mixtui I want u tu keep a grnmblirg about this here foolishness of the gals and hard times And rite here I want to ask ii u grumble at the old woman and the 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i tlonJ liu VMIRY VIEW Miss Jaiey Stone began her school Millers school house Monday Co at Kov manager Southern Lumber went to Cincinnati last week on busi- - llerbert PostOU has returned to his home at Patriot Indiana where his father and mother live Mr Prank Bryaon after spending a few weeks oi recreation in tie Buekeye State has returned We had a moderate rain Sunday after Bean which will help the growing It was greatly needed Luther Broaddns and Miss Amanda Moore of Richmond were the gui Mi-s Annie Richardson Sunday Bro Veager of Lexington filled the appointment of Mr Delay at Bethel Church last Sunday About 500 people were out to hear him Mr J F Johnson of our village is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the Republican convention He has a host of friends in and around here Saturday at Perkins near here Peyton Hendrix under the influent W Mas whisky entered the store of Co and began to boast that he was the best man fighting qualities are deemed by some in these parts to constitute the best man on Tates Creek nod he becaa an ax handle was resorted to to quiet him He then left the store and was gone lor a half hour when he returned with a shotgun and threatened to shoot either J W or I II Masters it they just steppetl out where he could Let a shot at them I II Blasters grabbed a gnnand fired and a few d tot struck Hendrix in the face which lid not make a very serious wound 1 Itathly Crap Rtpsrt The wheat harvest of Kentucky is over The weather was very warm and in most - dry and the crop was put in the shock in tine condition Threshing has commenced and the pnifect for a better crop than last year is very flattering The yield promisss to be as good ami the grain much superior There are some counties reporting rom black rust Corr lents from the i ounties of Bourlxm ami Montgpnery reort whole fields destroy ed by black rust Bnt this report L Most of the correspondents write that when the wheat was badly down from the effects of the snow it was generally badly mated Some complaint of straw falling which erally the work of the fly and mat ed about the time the wheat is ready to be harvested The Government report for June makes an improvement of nearly two points in winter wheat being 832 against Â¬ i fcget On July Uth C04 one tan colored companion or small grip satchel containing a pocket book and several receipts Bearing her name Also several other articles Any one finding and returning it will receivr libera Â¬ ROCK Mrs James A A RowirTT Ky tie Silver Creek I Buy a new surrey buggy or phreton for the fair He lany Now wants cash ince for a CASTLE bargain Go to 1 P Arrre- r eyes Drug Ague Cure arc SPRINGS KENTUCKYS cure in ei Dust Try ti iu Van rrey latr- ll 81 1 on May 1st An time pices he w hard fi dyes the percentage of tint princi- Â¬ pal whiter wheat gro tea as fob Indiana GbkU6 Michigan Illinois s Missouri s j Kails California t0 It g hole country at pet cent Making in round nural It mond and paid com house Write at mce foi ten FAVORITE Philadelj The average condition of wheat in Ken Â¬ s peculiar Whcthei tucky on July 1st as per reports of cor- of treatment will ultimately prerespondents to this office is 95 percent vail or not their theory of Â¬ RESORT K K is the C correi live is less susceptible to injury from cold than either wheat or barley and ua coiiseijiientlv less injured bv the freeze but Iteing more forward and the head more matured was more injured by the snow than wheat In some places it was so badly down that it was to reach it with the barThe condition on Inly 1st was 88 per Â¬ Dr Aver of Lowell Mai years ago formulated A- fifty I ing at We An inuustiious It employment on a faim wants Has - cent IIAIIKY have been asked by farmers wl ADJOINING o mi COUNTIES A llaciti At Tli- - Lexiistaa rair i D be I vN EL i t the - round trip tatke el with tbetn For such the ts for Dicta lery L1S In that numerous so called detective agencies exist in various Northern cities which reap a rich harvest among verdant youtlis throughout the length and brearth land who have developed tenden- Â¬ cies to become det pro divities have their origin in the habit of lice reading pernicious dime novel literature i me of the handsomest entertainments and the like wherein the advent in a -- ion letectives having ice in - was that of Mi s reality are depicted in naming colors S t the charming debutante fraudulent concerns operate by daughter oi the house in honor of her iig to appoint young men deteo gneat Miss Minnie Hon New h territory to them N ork the many banmay desire A youth who on the grounds were the Misses Margueto become a detectivi accommo- rite Cbenault and Helen B by remit m of 01 e dol Kichmond two boanl atral Ken lar to one ef these and in re tucky turn for which he receives an im of the most pleasant entertain looking commission and a ttashy badge i I LT say in yoor paper they air running I hope he Mr MeCreary fur Coiigrus I nevur saw him but will git elected lie sent the old man a lot of seeds and we didnt hav to by any We hav about got the com lade by and now we air cunin blackberrys and Friday it her home on Danville avenue in untry who t - Mis Hunter - the bow j the and cham Gilbert and c inty in yatd illuminated with Japanese lanterns Mis Hunter and Mil in the n entertaining bv Miss Utile Hunter who is one oi Â¬ I them or in- - sliments were served in In tin Leybum W dainty st luinlw Imilt a r I i sahove ten feet n was Iuitl June - iare i dividends for t Miik 4 per ad National lank 4 per rial Raok per cent il Bank deciarea its Aril ami le ts P K b Bowen of le in q of In- Â¬ the Middle In anil illd found ok from Itvgnring amp Deputies at Danille Nicho- rvnccluiy aad there too k and ii good shape Im - Heats At Broi fourteen-yeir-old Utoun -- hcv the B Powell died eery suddenly on -at unlay night The young Headed religious Mains that night iiis parents and on their return home at ten oclock he wa taken with He oclock lever and died at had Ihh ii allii aid was tntlv well when he weutpo church on that evening He was an onlv son and rents are almost prortrated by the shock un I apr Srfcsel liiilsing 5 The citv emp Iry ia Vweli -- t ently voted the people for the prrpe of erecting a public school building le rerted a sale Friday afternoon to S W Harris of Chicago for tie JftfRa ity Council wascalie together and ia tu roved The i paid for August Ktii The contractprovidec ii there are an e prooeed- iir the iHiuds be paiihaaem Bhal shall take such stes as may necessarv to make the rkf sik Jesse Carrier who hag en qaiti with malarial fever is improving William Anderson the mend K ntry ha diad a painful attack of rheumatism but she is now im Â¬ proving end Mrs Kannie Gall will soon be entirely coordaa Crooks whobasbeen pn Mrs C iarly tratl a nmn j work and has bee Beamutk Hari daughter oi Col Minnie William i LeU Jier was married in Saturday 7th inst to Mr William Smith Montgomery Pointer of Monon row iitril Iniversity and inc ndent id M of Central University Dental Bill Sykes Joker M ville The marriage was a snr- u itii nd Mis Letcher left nir the 21 on a visit to Monon where the ige ceremony was performed by August 7th Iter of the groom a minister of the during Hie week of the Lexington Fair The ban Church 28th to Septeuthel couple have many friends in Richmond who wish them abundant joy and hap- KaDinaiin af iMchcta Prom the examination of white teach Thie groom i well known in Louisville ers on the 6tli and 7th there were issm d ui viiic oinmercial contained the ond and third The Superintendent says that following in regard to the couple and their romantic marri the The bride is a daughter of ol William improvement ma majority of cases The - have learned that there is no Letcher of Richmond a well known man and waa the belle of her part excellence without labor and are pre-Â¬ for the work by hard study and of the State The young man who won paring well known here and the marriage strict attention to the science and art of ileal of interest on ac teaching It is well If the public oread count of the romance that pertained to its arc to be the lest then tb Follow the courtship is must Ik- at the helm Dr Montgomery came to thiscity from list of teachers receiving the titicates at the last examination which Central Iniversity where he studied She is considered the best ever held in the and came to know the young lady is greTllv admired in Richmond as a clinty social favorite and has the eiitrc into GBOall W the best circles both there and in this 1st c Solon Taylor Dr Montgomery while at the 1st daas H citv A 1 Hoiman university was distinguished in athletic 1st Brock H II lie and Miss Letcher became ac- Â¬ iulic Arnold quainted during his presence at the col Â¬ 3d ck Mi Fannie Baxter lege but none of the friends of either Hansford Fan is party were prepared for the announce 1st d ietniie Kvans ment of their marriage Miss Letcher Ifltda House MissSallic came to this city last week and was met 1st da I S Covle by her lover and they repaired to the latd Mrs ilaLlia Ilawlings home of the latters parents at Monon trk latd Dr Montwhere the marriage Occurred Md lattie Taylor gomery is a student in the dentil depart 1st cla rca Edwards mental the Louisville College of DenMd - A Edwards tistry 2d c J L OhuI lid ci Mrs Letha McKimiey Buried Alivr M class 77 K May Phelps A horrible story is told concerning the 2d 7ti ll death of Henry T Huddleston at UileyV 3d Ci Cull C Coyle in Marim county It is said that he was 1st ci laU lle Favne buried alive 1st dl Miss Ia 1m Palmer Huddleston had been complaining Sd d David McKiuney il days about feeling badly He 1st e Mitchell was taken to his bed and never spoke a 3d d Miss Iavenia Boca word for three days when he died as Mc Mis Martha Farlev they supposed After he had leen preIs1 a Bickndl pared for burial the perspiration broke 8 M Tudor out freely and continued to do so up to 1st c V E Champ the time he was taken to the grav 1st c Mrs M H Berry the grave the lid of the cotlin was Jas W VanWiukle his head which had 1st class MO W H Miller M fallen to one side and agafn it was noin ticed that the perspiration was standing out in bead all over his forehead This 1st da Nannie Tudor was wiped away and the lid of the coffin - ci V A Baxter repla ronmetanesfl weighed MitHallie Walker on the mind of Huddleston s nephew all St day and the next day be had the lxxly Miss On opening the coffin there exhumed 75 Waa Martha Wood indisputable indications that life Climax Cincinnati Enquirer twice a week and Mj I nil was not extinct at the time of burial the Climax Such is the horrible report though it is Do Ym Wai Commercial Gittte twice a v proper to add that it has not 2 00 How will vmi Ukc ycur wife or weet verified by with the and the Climax il onc Chicago Inter Ocean weekly and the heart deceased Mi s I i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ making jam The old man tuck us awl out tu Slate lick tu the camp meeting but law it waant anything lilae it used to be when was a gal liurasays she wkhI like tuplaahorn like that young lady did but I dout think it awt to be pheie in the public worship du U I aint it a letter fur a year and I caint ntch I ytised to be the best nee in on inii we studid the Id TTt blue back but law thats plade out and -VllNt gone the ook 1 mean not my spellin M Burton and Mis Elii For the jam is acordiiu John io ii of Madison county widower and burnt jam is like anything else burnt detective in his mind pn and widow were married here W it aint no count Yoors reapy to ferret out CI shadow Ye day Mis Scsan Nomax Ill his innocent mind he has Thank yon Aunt Susan come an The question of water for city and lire nut of II purposes in Ni nrrprirrtsrit xrorfc ill wide ven atering into a conture rich anil varied and plenty of it tract with the water company to rent An of the law who - famil Ml WAR rater tor six months at tiie same rate as iar w il rations ol Thirty three J free the lore which was 2500 er annum detect tys thay are doing a i people the Lnite em with the difference that the Council rushing business at present and that inent went to war with itself and aceom- - to pay a certain amount in advance this immediate furnishing not its purpose at a great loss of lite a tea As the north bound train and created a debt that will take a hund Â¬ which are products peculiar to Yankee- which is due at Nieholasville at 2 red years to get over with aud 11 dom alone He affirms that there are 111 was passmg through the farm of j and prejudice that will as than a dozen of these wuuld he Mr Geo W Lyne hist Wednesday af-Â¬ s the soldiers live Is it not curi Â¬ detective- - in coiumuni ternoon sparks from the round ous Now there is another set of men us Richmond has two and they believe fire t er held containing about up and put themselves in bondage forty acres and destroyed the entire crop they are on the verge of unearthing at the point of the bayonet and starvacrookedness than all the regulars besides 200 panels of fence Tiie names tion and the government authorities spread to an adjoining wheat field State could possibly discover in have to be ordered out to set them free six months burning three acres belonging to Mr It is amusing to watch their There seems to be a disposition in the Haggett But for the timely assit antics and movements In their earnest majority of mankind to want to belong to and serious manner there is a strange of the neighbors the dan have or he guided by some other man Why blending of grotesque humor and pity been much greater- - NiehohunUi Jvmr-are men so lazy in the head Why dont i hie of them is regularly at the arrival of thev use their head for what it was made every train on the lookout for suspects A burning straw stack on Mr Ji for and be their own boss We see many If he sights an individual whom he intelligent men all ananod us to day who lluggiiis farm near lrannon Thursday as such there thinks should are trying to get some other man to think morning about B oclock set tire is no time lost in finding out something Hid any Â¬ oackn of wheat that were ricked mar by lor them ami be their 1hss about him The new arrival or sus- Â¬ body awer see a man make a success jp ami destroyed about 1250 bushels of may lie en route for some hotel pect n account of the scarcity of any business w ho got wiuie other man to wheat in which case the detective is right at do his thinking and manage his business cars t Jrannon for the movement of the hotel register w lien he gets there grain the wheat was left in the field for him taking notes and making observations Fortunes are not made in one year If and covered with straw Tiie origin of which he laiefully forwards to head Mr lluggin a man will go at business for himself and the fire is unknown quarters without delay The detectuse his own judgment and energy and will be about 635 as ha was offered ri0 ives are kept pretty busy dodging in live economically he can and will make cents per bushel for the wheat just beand out f the post office the hotels dc-No insurance a success in his whole life and that is fore it was burned md other places where then- is a md more than one man in ten is doing Ii Xii lii ility of capsizing a suspect or ttt you can not do a big business in the gathering up the links of a long chain of ii start do a little business It will be an crocked m ss But one of them ran against Two youngsters Win Watson and K lienor to you in the outcome Think and A a snag recently that was not pleasant Athcraft were arrested charged with act for yourself Io not wail for any onc gentleman stranger emerged from the to think fur yon A little more confi Â¬ house breaking and other crimes post office reading a letter and one of Two sports while out gunning shot dence is good for most men Energy the detectives slipped up near enough confidence and honestv mixed with a and killed a large wildcat They will to him to catch a glimpse of the letter very common piece of humanity will have it mounted by a taxidermist and and the stranger thinking thit movemake a very respectable man alter a preserve it as a memento ment a little too fresh turned as if he while Study yourself oil up the good James Adams who had 1600 stolen would resent the impertinence by a points and curb the bad oues in your na- from under his pillow while he was asleep reblow with his list and the detective ture All things that come to pass are oilers a large reward for apprehension of treated in short order much dismayed good for man to gain knowledge from the thief aud recovery of the money and chagrined 00 Rev J M Taulbee State President of Our informant savs that there is a Stock hogs to feed are scarce and in the A P A will lecture in Irvine towould be detective in tiie ueighbor morrow night and the following night on aoodot Valley View another at Lanener good demand at 4ic The Attitude of the Hierarchy Toward Butcher cattle are in flue shape and ter and one at or near Ked House He Our Public Institutions knows the names of many of them but worth 2J to 31c Best export cattle 4 to 41c declined to divulge them The denThe boys play knucks on our streets Sheep have gone ont of fashion three and the girls put on their best bilm and izens of Speed wdl are doubtless not aware of it but they have one of these for a quarter tuckers and walk out to lie seen of men Corn is worth tfflc per bushel would be detectives very near them just the same as though blacklierry time Wheat 42 to 45c per bushel Most of wasnt here ami only one barrel of sugar Berea is not slighted and the one there I Came very near creating a sensation a the wheat has been stacked and is in good in town short time since which would have shape and is now going through the Irwue beats all the little towns in the A number of fanners are feelbrought down on him a severe thrashing thresher State for uiie turnouts and pretty girls These misguided youths socn discover ing their hogs on wheat The plan is to We challenge any community of the that they are victims of a delusion and soak the wheat 4 hours before feeding population to a competition Hard a siune and feel heartily ashamed ol Kill tjie barrel three parts full of wheat times do not seem to have any apprecithen fill it with water and feed it in able effect w hen our people really want dvea There never was a law made that can troughs anything We have a finecropoi blackberries and reach the rascals w ho i an v an those deteThe Irvine Sentinel hits the mark in ctive-agency rwo tbirds crop of grapes We Eranda as they have these words Chas W Cirty of Win have made our arraiwments to do with- Â¬ flourished for years but they nc r Intl who has bean looking over nihilating about as bad as any rascality out the other fruits until next year a vie ishing Vegetables of all kinds are plenty and the field here with that cau be mentioned an excelsior factory came over Monday very line e will establish night It is tiki Club Kates i never did look better at this time himself here We welcome him and all We have made arrangements so that of the year other enterprising business men Busiwe can furnish the following newspapers Meadows are light and weedy but are es the life of a community and with the Climax one year all payable being put up in the lest order should be fostered Any town north of in advance ats are rather low hut a fair crop the hio river would oHer a bonus Courier Journal weekly and the CliCrazing grasses are rather light but tain the location of a plait The South max fjoo cattle have done exceedingly well and must do likewise before real progress is Louisville Commercial weekly and the are in fine shape made i Â¬ s1 Â¬ L1 Â¬ i I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The shrill whistle of the tl heard throughout the county Tbequal staa itvf wheat is good and nearly an aver Â¬ age yield but the price is very low rwing to the dullness of the timi the unusual paralysis in there have beet manv unavoidable del 4 barn SltltM IASTi our water company breaking dirt for the Spring pisiuies in some counties proposed plant here Ultimately bow ever when business is resumed work will like they usually do in September in I many places Were they to catch city a begin in earnest they would burn all over First the ttt Firs is a 33i Creese followed by the cold weather CLARK matarn Po i Whooping cough is prevalent among then the snow ami afterward the McrrliunN Niitiie drought has retarded the growth so the little folks at Log lick that in many places there is rety ribeat Bowen says candidates there pasture The rains have not e eii t are as thick a- - fiddlers in the other tie correspondents rexrth Henry Meridith of Herritthasa tur- rain of any consequence since the snow key hen which laid 73 eggs in 74 hours The average condition July 1st a We are A Lexington iirm bought last week per cent 121KKI bushels of wheat to be delivered OATS at Winchester at SO cents ier bushel Have beaded nut very low but Mitchell latton driver of a stage had tions rather mom favorable than last re a leg broken by billing from the tbe average condition July Ist was B Tiie horses ran away and he was di 72 per cent 1 hi thought Would Hkeiy lie the price oi bill lev As supply and demand usual - the prices of nearly all tin will atiswer that the supply will not be ex pens From the lovein as last vear nient report on June barley was again- me date last year and 921 in 1802 California which produces Tir barley than any other Mate has been ii tfea s the very low percentage of The crop in Kentucky was very badly dam by the s cent is and placed at 82 To Mamstfc wld iw Tur- 4- - tion oi irrii ttudenl The heart of ti - 1 t LOVKR The impaired condition of nfined to our v a vi r ductit I ail the Stat pared with last year Then fur hay and very iittle anqnrntly very little seed will tverage condition on July er cent HY - - JD Far - Timothy is being cut the crop is very PotvsII rnricr 5r 0215 indifferent nearly every field filled with cheat and white top Many wot thy worth cutting The crop wi A blaze will start Powell tally short The condition July 1st is r cent ni 1 1 Turley - v Everything looks promising at this date for a good corn crop I rtainly done his part First the ground was well prepared before plant ing and next the crop has lieen weli cultivated the color of the stalk is dark igorons It has ami the growti not as yet suffered for the want of rain but in many places it Ls beginning to want it The condition of the crop July 1st was 2 per cent run It is a very difficult matter at this stage of tie crop to get a correct report as correspondents differ so wide They differ as to acreage and as to the condition of the plant The season has been tine for setting in some counties plenty of rain while in other counties ound was not sufficiently wet and the hot weather has killed the plants The acreage ami condition of the plant on Jaly Ist as rexrted by the corres pondents to this office acreage 80 per cent condition s per cent Â¬ Powell Ftre Re- I-rl- -v z7 -- 11 MAX The r county court iiould and is ble ted and avoid trou 3- We have the best companit Insnr- - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS KKIIT To read the reports of correspondents to this office is sufficient to show how disastrous the season has leeii for all kinds of fruit And then after reading s s JMXH 4t Wf LEXINGTON FfllH the reports of the other States there is not verv much encouragement that we will be able to eat very much fruit this year The condition of the fruit crop in o Sept I Aug o the eight States which produce the com- Â¬ mercial peach cropof theeountrv name- Â¬ s N Xew Jens ly Delaware Maryland P tsottino T Virginia Ceorgia Ohio Michigan and Championship Athletic Contasts California is a small fraction over 40 per Largest Poultry Show Ever Gives cent FINEST SHOW ON EARTH T The condition of apples is somewhat Y better than peaches some few States re- Â¬ S Stock Rowers WorrcssWork Etc porting good crops I will not undertake to give a per cent of the crop in our Suite Excursion Rates or All Railroads tive water that treatment of chronic diseases g 28 - RAGELS - - s tration catarrh asthma hay fever chitU skin diseases uterine J rheumatism neuralgia an conditions Thj wonderful natural juantit of both the Carrxjnates arK S iron lime n md soda with chlo ride 01 palata provision ft Equipped Grounds in America The prices of cattle and hogs have Best kept np well Mules ami hi LADIES JM3 CHILDREN FBEE RBI DAY good In the language of one of my cor- Â¬ The general condatian t respondents SKKD FOS CATALOGUE II SON Sccy BORACB W man and beast all over the State is SHELBY T UABBIBOS i for which we should ever lie thankful Nicholas McDowell Commissioner of Agriculture STOCK beneficent ndappre bv the thousands I Sanitary Condition Perfect July hi I8S4 Primrr Lesson lie Horse The Bone is hitched to the Buggy Where is the Horse and the Iu There thev ire in front of the Store k 011 the Crossing Standing ri Whoisiu the A Lady Wli Ivory 6oap A- Altitude over 2000 feet A safe People pass T SsanaBnaSanann X not want to Presb lerian Kanday ehodl Physieiana seport a gia deal of siek DaB in the oouirty bat it is n aerious character chesp lime when goods could be bought as cheap 4 lag Kutertainnient at ike liaivrrstty tliapel Whether on pleasure bent or bus On Tuesday and Thursday evenings every trip a fcottle of Syrup of 4th and 26U1 the young society s it acts most pleasa ntly and effect t ef Richmond wiil give entertain Â¬ on the kidneys liver and b ment tor the benefit o the Infirmary Climax 2 00 preventing fevers headaches and other Taesday evening concert by home talent m like a Danville Advocate twice a week and forms of sickness Rheumatism rack For sale in 50c and Samuel Bennett oi thumbscrew It retreats before the power the Climax 300 bottles by all leading druggists Man ington Thursday evening a faice Jack less than one year Wibicriptiors ol Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies the e cntertatt nia Fig Trust taken In advi S5 11 Poes she care Not a little bit Will the Policeman tell her to drive off No Why Because he doesnt care either What about the M IsS Retreat from 9 St Floats a OAMS1C Summer Epidemics mad What doe he think Hw thinks Dimit SZ BEST FOR SHIRTS co cir 1 John Dor iM HI l lulvl KEIfTO CKT CENTRAL RY PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHTSICIANS YELLOW THE TAILER TROUT A Lusty Denizen of Southern Eng Â¬ lish Waters How the FlAh Got Its Pernllsr Name la Verjr Vormoloun and Not at All DR JOHN If POSTER BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Ki North rk th IJIYsic iv AND SURGEON PINE KV KlMli It il and Miiu FLOORING AND ParttooJar a to It Food anj - DR C SMITH PHYSIC ns and Kn and - l Iv i D SI RGEOS K i Ky nn on 9- - CEILING Poplar Weatiierboarding i Potato LN I hrdsU - DR 1S94 T 1 TAYLOR - RR u Effect Jai M s Ex I H 1 Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles ASHBAUGH1L P HOMEPATHISTt KlMI K Framing Lumber I i wmacws All First la kk1s DR U R GIBSON Khi PHTSU IAS AKD 8URGEOS RICHMOND And - IU i II STEWART PHYKICIAS ASD 8CRGE0S A Kichi Ki Cheaper Than Ever A E CAUSE Main Si Near K Depot IK o RlCHM A KENNEDY Kbntucky PHYSICIAS ASD SURGEOS In several of the shallow and slow flowinjr streams of the south of Enff laml ntililv tlie upper waters of the Lea the Ver and the Mimram all Hertfordabire streams the tailer is well known to the exasperated dryfly fisherman And what n earth is the the angler not acquainted tailer with these and other similar waters may inquire without shame The tailer says the Pall Mall Bud pet limy be best described as a rather feeder destitute of the artistic instinct anil the culture which the dry fly fisherman associates with the tr ut that can onty be taken by an exact imitation of natural fly It is a tailer because when its head is plunped into the weeds in pur suit of freshwater shrimp its tall breaks the surface of the stream and - In the air At the commence ment of the Ashing Beaton the tail- Â¬ ing trout is usually very busj and very obaervabl in several famous rivers At this season of the year the larger tish are as u rule in Indifferent or in absolutely bad condition they are exceedingly hungry after the ex- Â¬ haustion of spawning operations and are consequently not in the humor to waste time on an occasional small olirednn or some other insignificant fly Water shrimp is fat and appe tiing and in many streams exceed Â¬ ingly plentiful It is not surprising therefore that it forms the staple dish of trout which the paugs of hunger in arly sprin assail almost unceas- Â¬ ingly In early June the big trout will eschew water slirimp for May lly and later on in the season when they are in line condition will feed with InÂ¬ Â¬ snow ana tne only way the people can travel from one place to another is by means of sleilfres drawn by do s and Too inhabitants of this reindeer region are strong and hardy capable of enduring hardships that would be fatal to others They arc exports in the use of the bow and arrow with which they kill thair game and also defend themselves from the bears and wolves by wiiich they are often at- Â¬ In the long winter nights tacked by playing tue3- - amuse themselves cards and chess Their chessmen which they form from the teeth of wild animals are elaborately carvod in the most curious patterns I I WANTED SOMETHING KK VI DREAD Fl L Husband To night I would like to Kraion Wkl Surh n- in lie Kcercttcd IIT anal in Barnes read something terrible something Thoucrh in this eountry early mar that would make my hair stand on a re less frequent than in Europe end because here the occupations oi wom Wife Heres my dressmakers bill en are so num ions that nearly FliegenUe Blaetter every young woman can maintain herself respectably her NV NVHK KOR Ills WIFE whQe it own living Europe the Â¬ rw young girl and lived there antil her death she always called Milton her an employe home Sh of Boston hotels and inade no intimate acquaintances When she died it not known that she had even enough to give her more than decent burial but in her old trunk in her room at the d dollars hotel were found fit in gold securities a bank Ixiok showing that she had nearly two thousand dollars tm deposit in a savings bank and a key wraprod in a pieee of paper hi the paper was written This key will unlock a trunk in my Coudn Ann house in Milton The trunk was found there and the key anlnckad it It wis packed full of such things as I have mentioned and contained S nother key wrapped in a paper with in on the paper that this key would unlock another trunk at another place That trunk was found with a like result with a third key for a third trunk instill anot hr place This went on until twenty lnrge trunks belon to the eccentric dead woman had found Besides the wearing uppun spoken of valuable china ware jewelry and silverware large quuntit the very finest table and bed linen the best English table cutlery and many e pieces of were foind in the trunks This precious storage made a kind that It took two yoke of ox hul out f Milton Miss Farnhams heirs agreed to sell the whole of the- valuables by auction in lktm and they netted more than ten thousand dollars nowhere near their actual valu Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ brie-n-lira- deed he is a decided bore One of this class owns a handsome residence and even the thought of an agent provokes his ire One evening recently he was enjoying his otiura cum dig when a man walked in on him very uncere Â¬ The visitor was a total moniously stranger to him and before he had time to throw an inkstand at him or to ask him to sit down he began quite calmly and in a most business like tone Have vou any insurance on this house said he g was afire in Well Mr a minute What do you mean sir he stormed by breaking into my bouse sir in this manner breaking into my house with your infernal insurance business It is no coiio rii of yours sir whether this house is insured or not Get out or Ill throw you out The visitor was as calm as a May morning It is no concern of mine whatever he replied but I thought You have no right to think about what doesnt concern you sir inter-Â¬ rupted the house owner 1 want no insurance agents forcing themselves on me sir I understand that perfectly and I am no insurance agent I was merely passing your house and I observed that it was on fire in the rear and it occurred tome that if you had no in- Â¬ surance on it perhaps you did not wish it to burn down Thats what the visitor said but Mr g didnt hear it all he bad gone to the tire and the visitor smiled and followed him Otium-cum-diÂ¬ Otium-oum-ili- KNEW BT EtlKRIKXt E 11 irfrll on as sL v WmBm to talk jR riMT- - fvjiy yWnuuunPBRSPfc AsanwM kx TW was unfurled on the with a BnauTsuant their mules and BRAVE AND CUNNIV dres--- d I feel just like a city chap up in the e i How the Murk Steals I Ih an SportMOten Ilnwu E like thes- Hai indeed j OU do sil lers as boardcl here wore clothes t e- sutiiuisr atnice aici all Puck WHAT Bill- - il Mi H C EARLY MARRIAGES DR BALI PIIYSH IAS ASD M RGEOS Kk I MltMk mtm flfrnV MAT ii A K AULTZ M IV 1 PHYSICIAS SCRGEOX desirable lots or Mann 0 I W PH BRIGHT M D v K 1 1 MAY BRANCH call on Office DR CLAREN4 K VAUGHT K 5 BLACKSMITHIKG kinds of - II K VESTING N HAS HOOKER I k EJ an uoksi mioiim A BPKCJ A ITY rule flshinfj up stream with a dry over a tailer I The ngToaaed in its pig like the weeds that it treat with contempt a solitary little dun endeavoring to tickle its nose The lest lure for a tailer U a big and gaudy alder fished down stream with- Â¬ in a few inches of the fish and worked like a salmon fly At such a lure a tailer will come sometimes with a h that brings the heart of the angler right into his throat The writer hud the pleasure of lamlin a und trout hooked by a in this manner in a Hertfordshire stream on an early apring evening A -- much heavier trout SO tailing under ank in an awkward place was ar What does vonr husband call ailed and pricked sev at r nay dear lovey dear sweet erd times bnt in vain dear or A tailT is often difficult to scare est He calls what awfully me dear ven when actually risen and pricked will reoommenoe feeding in a Truth A liicYt li iinutes oblivious of danger The if the fish its head buried in weeds and its tail waving like a 0m r naturally renders it to approach and difficult to alarm on sn Moreover a tailer seems to ri t in its rather nasty meal The water shrimp glut tain as completely as the int 1 putting daintiness It is not much use as a ame class find matrimony a the only avenne through which they can esca i dependent po - the Boston sition at hi Her ald it is less important to know that acted 1h i re parties have reached 90 are The reasons are that who are married rfeet ttÂ¬ and do stroi d life with healthiest vsv you--de- - an ted to husbands betwe it has font iere early manare very common that the of children istitutions are t children whos were under SO years of i iren is they wei of mothers who were over 30 The and Europe of early marriages is chiefly due t y in which nur i Â¬ i girls ar- self-suppo- rt uiir after they have attained a Dr Cyrus mar- - Ison in the N rth Amer- - how of early marria intry the evil under New York city s might be the number of ii who were married In trit rent as it ATTOaNSYS 5 I IIIVAN M ENGLISH R N I B R R - ltVELL ATTORSEY IT LAW v Stoves ShocKelford Gentry silrer under such conditions not from moÂ¬ tives of h much aa of ancer nosity Uut practical laugh at such No doubt the trout BS the sahno od it creature the tailer takes the alder lislnsl in the manner de eribl rv uncertain Some few P rt that fish take a fiv -- ns under of age in New York city for that y ar was 146 Byfartbegre rut ivbeen - i when th uleh is a f for an Ameriean city and New rric i iy a fair evidence for th in other In Hon ie women at the age of it of the rides 13 the empire permanent change f capital He cannot live twenty years away from the administrative center The foreign ambassadors the great departments the men who govern Kussia must at- Â¬ tend the sovereign and if they attend him they must for convenience as well as for the sake of their own dignity begiu to build There is ample room on the llneiper for a great eity plenty of stone procurable a the ancient monuments attest and a supply of labor at least as abundant as that which maintains St Petersburg Tiiere is no historic prejudice to be offended for Kiel is far more nearly coiiiiected with Russian history than St Petersburg and no religious oppo aition to be feared for Russian reli gious feeling so far as it has a center turns toward Constantinople rather than toward St Petersburg which is Indeed far too modern for any sentiment of the kind It is quite possible therefore if the czar lives and finds that Kleff suits his constitution and his children X that tlie old city on the Dnieper may develop into a Stately at of the Government and the focus of the railway syatssn of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW HOME FOR THE CZAR It Stay He Established at Kleff In the In Â¬ terest or the Autocrats Health Discussing the report that the czar upon medical advice has determined to make his permanent home in Ki ff a writer in the London Spectator The population of Russia for marly a generation has been slipping south- ward in search of culturable soil and the living forcesof the empire are now far Bearer to KiefF and the Dnieper than to the Neva and St Petersburg If to these reasons the argument of health is added we can well believe that the czar has deciik d on a perma- Â¬ nent ehanof residence and if he has he must also have decided on a - 1 ft Mis- - to fou I mn - ki- - Dentist kind Mil shall do nothing of th Turn on the with a happy gu- 111 s settiim n Donrrs h yAfgr Mi cine from the ealfyou STLEET CAIMNEX I host tor Doctor Oh certainly from ynir friend Brooklyn Life BAM got it Sorro Intor - n Orerrrowdinir I Lu O - S If t TRICKY w They Itid Hyena LIONS f Innoylna Thciieires for n mains a mystery HE articular to orld fo it is per England la he D GOT THE QUARTER lAll lVH in- - AV Y them well lias gu oc Table No 19 In Ef- Â¬ fect April 4 1894 SHACKELFORD ATTORSEY A1 LAW 1 GRATES NTRY W XORRIS I Ue r in GRATES OGR S PHl racy Kin Id l P A M STEPHEN D PARRISH ATTORSEY RichmondM AT LAW Kkmiikn rl Etc A M 111 writ C H BRECK ATTORSEY Kj IIMOMi AT LAW Kentucky ELKHORM PUTE J SEPTAL STTItGEY C J A I MORGAN A YATES DESTBTS Kkmtocki i M 3- - WELBY W BDRGIN KlCHM DESTIST Kkm r ky s RAIk4Y IU I I Chenauhs A WILKES SMITH lace and a physique by no means athletic looking tendered the lady a Yon must have it men quarter and said he had seen the whole Ai GENTRY can transaction and knew she was being too swindled Ill get it back said he yon take it After some persuasion the woman was induced to take the GUNS AND AMMUNITION money and shortly afterward she and all the other passengers except myself and the man who had produced the When we arrived scalding hogs zinc linel made cash left the bus at the end of the line the stranger ier walked up to the driver and in courteous but firm tones said I saw that A GENERAL LINE OK HARDWARE lady gave j ou a half d i 1 ar I give her the quarter and I want you to give it AND CUTLERY to roe A volley of oaths was the only an- Â¬ swer which however was cut short by SHACKELFORD S GENTRY a well directed blow from the fist of the passenger and the driver went down He got up with another shower of profanity and made for his assailant but promptly went down again the blow this time landing full on the jaw When the ilriver got up the sec- Â¬ ond time he gave up the quarter But the passenger wasnt through yet Tve split my gloves on your face he he said and I want two dollars and fifty cents to buy anew pair Refusal brought another punch and again the driver measured his length He didnt want any more but gracefully handed his puncher the demanded two dollars and fifty cents I ascertained afterwards that the gallant passenger was Billy Edwards the ex prize fighter and the other drivers are I underÂ¬ stand still chaffing their associate on his encounter ami its results Â¬ Â¬ YOUR HOOF LZAKS hangefor twenty five cents Informed the driver that she had given him fifty cents but the jehu bat have it that way and the woman had simply to lose twenty five oeata A or two later how ever a well dressed highly respectable looking male passenger with a rather I of the Quaker eity told a Philadelphia Reeord man ari amusing of a scene witnessed in New York the other day while riding in a Fifth avenue stage A la ly gave the a coin said Mr Dixon and Ir Kiue Tliat rravrri Ouite Evpenalve for the Ilriver of the Stare Samuel O Dixon a well known rVs ts -Bashful Youth I I admire Miss ah dimly Miss Slimly On the principle distance lends anchantmi ntUi OBKTKD IXSTUlCTlOXa el you that st- I - SEND FIFTY CENTS rO c Mother Walter nee that you give Beatrice the lions share of that banana Walter Yes mamma Beatrice-- Mamma Walter hasnt given me any Walter Well thats all right Lions dont eat bananas Brooklyn Life MAKINU A MtHT OK IT DO A3 THEIR FATHERS DID Philsdrlphla People and I heir Gastsns il iJlisiblilt Philaiolphians well deserve their reputation for slowness lr rd in the Quaker The fashionable people any bxnovntlona as they tesirt- to con tinue to do as tiieir fathers did Vhen ipon the number of slow and uncerl ear lines and the ag- of their cable eirs says a writer in the Pittsburgh Dfcs- you can Well judge the tomixra ment of a people who will stand by infer sueh things Philadelphians are perhaps the most peculiar clan- Â¬ nish unchangeable people that exist in any city of the country They pos- oertain traits of character and ideas regarding sociology which will probably le found still thriving and strong by anyone going to Philadel- a hundred years hence The effect of the absurd idea that the eligi bility to soar in the mystic cir i nable Quakerdom is to be de Â¬ termined by the answer to the ques- Â¬ tion whether he resides uptown or downtown can never be appreciated by one who is not a ihiladelphian or at least well acquainted with that citys social peculiarities It causes people to pay twice as much rental in the downtown residence district for houses not half as good as could be gotten uptown not to say anything of tne questionable pleasure of living among saloons groceries and shops of all kinds Instead of dying out as one would expect it to do in this enlightened age this feeling regarding the difference ones place of residence makes upon his social standing is posi tively becoming more bitter This is one of the peculiarities that Philadel phia will retain as long as it exists Any attempts that have been made to obliterate the dividing line have only ended in dismal failure leaving the situation miich worse thun before It seems that common sense was not dis Â¬ pensed with a very free Land in Philadelphia at le ast ou this one point 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Some of the most dangerous ti of animals are those simulating kind- Â¬ ness Charles Montague in Tales of a Noraal says that hyenas often fol low lions and finish a carcass the motile lions have left it v however the hyenas are too eager and steal bits of meat while the lions are still at their meal Tlie eaptaia of tin Adelphs went out I have lM en told that the lion rids on a fly Harpers Youn himself of the nuisance in the following way He throws a piece of meat A LAW NOTE aide When the lion is limaing the Other way the hyena dodges in and s oil with the meal Presently the lion throws another piece of meat this time a little nearer The hyena takes that also At last the lion throws a piece very near indeed The hyena having become reckless makes a dash at tins also but the lion wheels round and lays him low with a pat of his paw and a growl of annoyance 1 remember at the Usutu on one oc- Â¬ casion hearing at night the cries of a hyena in pain mingled with an oc casional short growl from a lion This Went on for aliout twenty minutes The next morning we found the car cass of a hyena bitten serosa the neck and marked by the claws of lions They had evidently caught it and Young Mash called on Julge Browns played with it some time lefore killing it I suppose this was done in revenge daughter last night but his honor re-Â¬ for the aruovanoe they had sustained fused to grant a stay Judge from the hyenas Â¬ Â¬ tatk Ivy e I - Â¬ but if neci at tend lean niirably hum expenj RAKE PRESENCE OF MIND oly The following is a list made in Paris of the twenty five highest priced books in the world LAniourcux Transi by Jean Bou chct printed on rellum Quaritch paid SVJoo for it at the Sunderland sale iu The Psalter of Mente of 14 7 Louis XVIII paid tKfnr a eopy of it which he presented to the National library at Paris Quaritchs price for the Second edition of 145J is tttLSOQ The Valdarfer Boccaccio printed at Venice in 1471 brought at the Iilan ford sale 310 4U Bouchers Figures de Moliere brought at the Pichon ansa The Caxton Boeoaecio printed in 1471 brought fctOOO at the Techener sale in I Office de la Toussaint brought 9M00 at the La Carelle sale Baron Pichon paid 9 for it in 1847 Beaccio tirst edition of 1471 brought SI 1300 at the Roxburghe sale The works of Rabelais printed by DoleL brought 88800 at the TeeheneV sale in Ml Monument du Costume by Freude berg and Moreau brought 4500 at the Behague sale in 1880 The works of h igone bound with me arms 01 uenry II and Diane de Poictiers brought 83000 at the Muller sale in Us Ovids Metamorphosis illustrated by Moreau Boucher and Eisen brought at the Marquis sale in Bflp Entree de Henri II a Paris et de Charles IX brought 84000 at the Des tailleur sale in 1891 La Chases Royale du Roi Charles IX printed in 120 brought 82336 at the Behague sale urs de Daphnis et Chloe printed in 1718 brought 83400 at the Quentin Bauchart sale LoSongede Polyphile printed in 1490 by Aldus brought no oon v tiosford sale in is Les Quatre Derniercs Cho printed by Cuxton in 1474 was sold bv Quaritch for 82500 The works of Virgil printed on vellum at Homo in 1470 w 11 k Qnaritchafor 5000 The works of Homer printed by U dus in 1504 were sold by Quaritch for oJ00 The Roland of Ariosto printed at Ferrara in 15P5 was sold by wu nicu for 82500 The first ediUon 14t Gclius Aulas fht 4000 at the Sunderland sale The works of Monstrelet printed on vellum in 1500 brought 85600 at the lechener sale in ThC Altj Printed in was ld b Sk Qnariteh for 3700 on toruirum Eomanorum at Venice in 1740 was sokl by nriuted 1 W If a with naanred th it with ens rv- would be bast I board In number of posseng Cities apasienwea x I of Wl Ue comp them tV i iO forthemen know full irknow n ra o a tn Rkhmomo m 4 destal Mjaasos Kemiky 11 I I I TRIAL MONTHS SUSBCHIPTION TO TKI Louisville Titties MSHTttr FATC ND BCST AFTEItNOOM IN TMC SOUTH 47 p ra B- - M A 3- - MOST IN QUANTITY A V WHITES CREW iMiMlPi k I JKHnH TV iVERMIFUCEZf Y Remedies S5KTRoitJ vcaaP Hased f r i lUIHVll UUlGLIsfs k S I ftf W- k a a - BEST IN QUALITY Latest Market Quotations Latent State News All tise Local 1 -- WORMS EVERY Complete News IK THE SOOTH j Press Reports ST CIRCULATION 30000 Or ANO OVER DAILY BO CENTlS A MONTH Ss oo a Year by Mali JKO i all WORM BOTTI F ClUDliiTccn WHtt il T I It rf HALDEMANBus Mamagck 605 fcijath Aaaaa LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A THE MIKADOS MOTHER-IN-LAHer Illness Was Une to the Introduction of Railroad The mikado of Japan has a mother-in-laand that mother-in-lawas lately attacked by a serious illness So grave Were the symptoms that four hundred and twenty three specialists were at once summoned to the sick ladys bedside This however is not quite the right way of putting it The doctors being so numerous the patient had to go to them and though the case was not a surgical one the operating theater of the largest hos- pttal was selected as the only suitable arena for the united labor of the four hundred and twenty three It is not surprising to read that after tl howed symptoms f the great The specialists refusing to give any precise opinion the patiert did what own patients often do in similar he asked for the ns religioa and a Bud- is summoned Thisecclo--leriB- g doubtless that ild be nothing secret be a prest and a penitent applied sef not only to the diagnosis of him her spiritual condition but a f hor malady and ho succeed ie cause with a nr shauieo the four huudr nty three Malady dne to fie introduc- Â¬ tion of railways into Japan was his speedy verdict and the strangest thing is that his patient and all her wvurs at once declared he was per- - w est exhaustion TOECC - IWBJ W RllKlMI v V J -- 5C i fatsr ttSnlnlnlnlH een Cin the LOOK HERE omnnu j onoyco ue Is located on the corner of tfenasoai - -- - Firt muntr ant in Ii 1 i4 c maoe wtiisbaja year old An and Ii I field Ills ment UutnuuL W D- - UI- J- M r GaWEXE G - Man A Brandies ami amount from spoonful to five gallons at lawasi nri- - a at the bar or in our buKt or s ar house That fine big e0ol pohle John Merhon will wait on ou ters and can and kinds ol Here I am with the erv bed hb the market Come arel give us a trial and see for yourselves We have choice lleef Mutton Veal lork IUnis Bacon Corned Beef etc We thank you lor past patron age and hope to hav m fu ture Res ectfully AN THE I CLIMAX 1 FANCY Bill Heads FOR ALL KINDS OF R1NTINC HOOK and JOB KK lectiy right with pleasure L Cincinnati Q 7 WI4S0N Prop Letter Heads iiatcaeuu Legal Rank Hardj Siberian Honiara In some parts of Siberia there- are nc ui- live on can obtain ing months of hills and plains are covered w t- THE WORLD WOBBLING Scientists Try n- - to Find Out If the Earth Is Off Its llatn It may not le very generally known writes a Washington correspondent that observations are to be mde simultaneously at Washington and at Manila in the Philippine Islands i which is almost directly opposite Wash Â¬ ington on the other side of the globe to see what is the matter with the axis of our little planet Observations Ail jsSS 7 s aw 7 show that for some time the earth has not been revolving on that important if imaginary support as she has done for centuries and scientists have de-Â¬ cided that it is time to find out if pos- Â¬ sible what it all means Those who nave studied the subject declare that ii the variations continue in the course of soma very long and very Indef inite period we shall have an arctic lunare at asinngton and the lati SHE HAD NOTHING TO WEAR Of every place on the globe will bo cl 1 our gc ogmphies will Bnt Owned Costly Frocks and Silk Stock be u eless Aa equatorial telescope lass by th Hundreds has What do you think f a woman who and been finished and sent to Manila before long diligent inquiry will was the owner of eighty nine dress be of the very finest of silk velvet and af made into the why and wherefores the peculiar performances of old other ex x nsive dross goods one hun- Â¬ dred and six skirts of every conceiv Â¬ Mother Earth While ne set of scientists are able texture and fabri euired to find out about the axis tryin and fourteen pairs of silk hose nine Â¬ another teen rich and costly shawls and under party Is endeavoring to find out why garmeuts of the finest linen by the the magnetic needle varies so as these variations not trunkiul and yet had never worn a oiiy the of mariner but real estate own single one of thi kirtSh nd in large cities whi shawls undergitri iout or pah slid a well known woman to a iooi is valuable this is not to be ovcr- utter ol ervations arc Herald man It seems incred- Â¬ g ma c and coast ible but these things w t ti survey a w d for ariicie s oi weari apparel that be- - seA eral years to M iss J irnham of one ever AN ANGEL UNAWARES d She Wore t ail her life Ou TltLi Occ lou the Insij ark was that she - a useful then Trotter Blxcttsr Staybome And did you have any ad- Â¬ ventures in the tropies Trotter Did I Unee while bath Â¬ ing I saw two monsters coming to wards me a swordtish and a shark Stay home And what did you do robbed the swordfish of his sword plunged it into the sharks throat and was saved Fliegende I from ataac for by cl mut r r who rent i- h take a 10 has puil and who not h the alighting from the car t coiivejakce an- anad but only 01 tne iiriv sta time oTher 1 a4HL zmameSl fiJJ- HANGING DESERTERS Â¬ mmm urns iL -- Traa lc Incident of the War Ik twee n the I nlted States and Mexico A tragic incident of Scotts campaign in Mexico was recently told by Ccn McKinstry a veteran of that war to a writer in the St Louis Post Dispatch The occurrence as thus graphically re lated haj been glsed over or omitted as of no importance by the historians of that glorious march At the battle of Churubu co said the general we captured a large num ber wno rni were duly tried by court martial sentejxel to execution by hauging and ution of one batch of these miserable cnatnrt r Harney ieai In a field near poles aded on which hides were by the Mexicans Or these rickre of t mi1 tune a c 1 it me wul arrive at a certain s two or th I reallv t I that the in England are ossible Thcr perienced oeat to the minute o eompa safe mile In e E trees pissen average would re whit in Americi for i ys fiv here you ca 1 arge dstniie the execution For this purpose an ages ridin and keeps the cars adequate number oi sis inule v filled ment to ms were driven and stai under the ridge poles alternatelv SI am cntdttio ofj a fish o mil sol one team stodneXt of water that of a hsralaaa ms to thetni creature eThere are some fish ho taubrds of the wagons were turned ever that ly choose up and on each was placed a nee by seek prisoner sify the with a rope around his neck fastened and air Perch often leaps the air ami can ancf ws anrr ssry Pepsensions for done distances ki lamp grass withexe T1 byhnngiiu Harney wi a- cution aw of h Â¬ oprer g 0ver rock Tne firs or thereabout atch for 815004 a not en sue vas a To some e De j lAan1 oh for 8C0iX BIble 8eoo Shakespeares play was sold by Qbar grass tnese exsnnsions Py rTning w 11 in hnani t w is aeanna u hi pool and tAkcs I ad ash edition ravines under the hottest 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