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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft D f THE KELAY EIClS From Washington An Immense Wj RICHMOND ft 1 STATE NEWS NEWS ITEMS Â¬ IK 15 1894 Â¬ Â¬ R j 13 Print j VOLUME VIII Latest U S Govt Report MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST Choleiti is raging more savagely than ever in St Petersburg Mr Goaid wants to race the Vigilant against the Hritnnnia for 16 President Cleveland has formally recognied the new Hawaiian repub- Â¬ lic An alarming adulteration of food is alleged by the committee on agricul- Â¬ THE DEADLOCK Tariff Hill Still in the H01U of the t ili r anferces Hill Offer- - a BcsolatianDaljaCa lux or Information is to Their Washington Aug 11 From day to da j-- the country and congress has tricked by the promise put forth that HI agreement was reached or about to Ik- - reached and that the republicans f the would be called in to a conferees to morrow This ran along until Friday when Senator Hill suc ceeded in making an issue by offering a resolution calling for information from the conferThe issue thus made so cleverly by Senator Hill has been reinforced by Senator Aldrich and there is little doubt of the adoption of one or the other of the resolutions when a vote is reached Senator Jones of Arkansas says that when a report has been finally agreed upon in conference committee the tariff bill will come to the senate first as the body which granted the last re- Â¬ quest for a conference Should the senate ever get the tariff bill into its possession again Senator Gorman would - in a position to defy President and the house and he could dictate his terms instead of having to listen to further suggestions or dictations of the man in the white house It is this very situation that house conferees will undoul tedly avoid It is almost certain that the policy of delay marked out for them will lie continued in a refusal of the house conferees for the present to join the senate con- in a report of agreement or dis- Â¬ So long as the house herit conferees refuse to make a report the bill will remain in conference unless the house should take like action with the senate in discharging its eonf It can be seen therefore that while the legislative position of the bill is somewhat complicated by the possibil Â¬ ities of action or inaction on the part of the senate or hajsaae conferees it is clearly apparent that so long as the tariff bill remains unacted upon by the house conferees it can be withheld from the hands of Senator Gorman and the eonservnth Senator Hill Friday might gave out the following statement in regard to his action Friday in reference to the tariff bill My object in opposing the resolu- Â¬ the posiÂ¬ tion to day was t tion of the tariff measure Kvery days delay is faaju ious to the business interests of the country and the bill should be disposed of one wiv or another The conference committee ought to know each others mind by this time and if they can not agree the fact of such disagreement should lie reported to the two bunses when if no under Â¬ standing can e reached upon a bill eongreaa should promptl- - adjourn and give the country a We have now leen in session for nearly a whole year and have had nmple opportunity to legislate A senator or member who dies not know exactly what he wants to do on the tariff question after all this time spent in useless deliberation is unfit to rep- Â¬ resent any const ugh We We hare d want action Let the two houses take the bill out of the hands of the r conference committee and proceed to vote at once upon the disagreeing provis- Â¬ ions and if no agreement can be reached let the whole matter go over until the next session and let col adjourn and give the business interests of the country a chance to recuperate from the present depression Congress must arouse from its lethargy and should act in accordance with public sentiment and not in de- Â¬ fiance of it Either pass a tariff bill or adjourn and go home These are my sentiments and I believe they are the sentiments of nine tenths of the people of both parties SnjyeJ NUMBER 1 ru tp Highest of all in Leavening Power KENTUCKY Fin- Â¬ PnVfetl Baking mk to Denver ished Sunday Night U tsgsa Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE FIFTY THIRD Seroucl oil the Thrnnj firirt the Ki lay Kili r lM Seetion at Il iurr torm In Nebraska li tlir- Race For Several Hours Col SAI Triple MISHAP CONGRESS TTPS Drowning in Bloody Run Creek Near Cincinnati Is TnentlmUt to it pi ci li- The Tleavy Kain Had Swollen the DsaaaHf Sii e ili Mrritm 1 liorrifyluc a ssiii of rwt Ituli r Tbm lillea Afler Hani Work I r rrs ii m wbetLi t in north of coo- once aLain in its phonlish war The plsae hi fMs human lives ne invinsr t the ts which have t ran li in the past f Sunday afternoon tictilgc ISaker of Mt ii his cousin Howard Uivan for Bloody Run with nteution of jroinp in bjit 1 luring k lias the past iinmtii been a tiny of water tri throup h rubbish and over hills with the ain of tl three days it became quite deep and herons in the extreme lien tiie two young men arriv eamore tree on the noticed al pili upon thi later n he beyond i sI m ti Aur ti Walnut Bills has Moaahjr - ltd- - Run arrhisls snioa of the the a bill iv wis spent Th 0lnu he nhom n t r JS- - WA VtlOOS Of S v municipal taxes snwsaorl ij and a The i the mi hack and was n ujKin i njr himself it was the ldy in Th and four of a boj aixn t fa it tuba on the and r the tree was a which with to rc- this the Not and a 1 me mired 7ii - the mud the two boya lad nam to their cries He was at once Dotifi help He a ay and the t rmove unietl thi - Aug IX The relay was finished Sur day night at 103- Tleu hours inintites from Washing and si ton The signal n ad treek live and three fourths mile distant went up at 1013 and the cheering of the waiting crowds that lined the streets soon heralded the on coming of the wheel men riders on the last section George rthy rnd Qeotgsj W Hart came on Arapahoe slreet to the corner ot Sixteenth and from there up Sixteenth to the county courthouse where immense throng had been patiently xvatrng since 5 oclock The governor received the pooch ok from it the messages reading ne to Himself and his teleirraphie reply and handed a message to Gen and one to Mr Black who had charge of the race from Wasliii fr m Representative Sprirger The governor then said Mr McCarthy as the governor of a thank you for the Colorado i delivery of this autograph letter which was placed in the hands of the first relay wheelman at Washington August 6 at 12 oclock noon by the private secretary of the president of the United In future as it will be matter of pride to you and your fellow bicyclists that you had a part in this grand achievement in helping to make this wonderful record of the skill and speed of the American wheelman Turning to Mr black the governor said -Mr AT Black of Jacksonville 111 of the L A W it is my pleasant duty tnlate you as the manager and promoter of this great entei upon its auspicious termination You have aroused a new interest in that cent invention the wheel which ed so exceeding1 a n The fact is the on of mod wheel is t in the head always ern til f DnTaa the L AW Â¬ Wouk will be commenced at once on a IBbsOOO building for the Bible college of Kentucky university Tiikkk is a probability that next year Lincoln Mercer Boyle and Garrard counties will unite with each other and have one big fair instead of four little ones Mohpissky has been arrested at Louisville for the murder of Frank Murphy a porter at the Gait b while drunk Morrissey slept with the corpse after the murder Thk Kentucky Conference M E Church South will met t in Frankfort September 12 bishop Duncan will preside near Thk people of Lewisburg Owensboro are excited over an alleged find of silver on the farm of W L Ool lins A fire occurred at the Kentucky planing mills in Audubon a suburb of Henderson destroying about worth of lumber The loss was cov Â¬ ered by insurance John Hickman charged with the murder of Walter Thompson surren- Â¬ dered to ex Sheriff James S blue at Morgantielil Ky the other day At a dance nt the house of James Wedding near Uniontown whisky flowed freely among a Dumber of young men A difÂ¬ ficulty arose and several pistols were drawn The lights were blown out and in the melee that followed Thompson was shot through the head and Ti Only the Amoii - Scars Remain ni iv lag lil M1V testimonials which I certain med cines perforus cleansing tiie Mood etc writ I Ucdsok of the Jiiincs Smith the Machinery Iphkv I none r rijtrinririJTJTnjtjTnrij-ijTj-- i NFW HARDWARES i ln ture Â¬ The Farmers National concrrcss will be held at Parkersbnrg Vi Va tlcto ber 3 I Two strangers were stripped naked in a box oar at Beaver Falls Pa by tramps and robbed An electrical school tinder the national school of electricity is to be es- Â¬ tablished at Cincinnati Iietro Caseldo only three years old cut Frank Waters aged six in the neck with a razor in New York John Rollings the giant policeman of Philadelphia and the largest officer in the coentry died Thursday of pa- B am biP w I H S3 aayrass in ivn- ilianasy own case Twenty yean ago at the tee oi it yean I bad stti lli - wlii h broke ami raoaakaaj sore ir Our do in could no Root and it win feared thrt tin- bone would he affected i 111 I have opened a New Hardware Store i the West line in town and shall lian-lle- COOKING STOVES WARE HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ TIN ROOFS CUTLERY GUTTERING AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS None better reaat sea 8araaparilla I I took try Ayers three not mother I handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows Â¬ ralysis Twenty ladies of Ashtabula O have organized a Friendly Counsel union for the purpose of rescuing fallen women Otto ast slew three large copper- Â¬ heads near Deresvillo W Ya Inside of one of the snakes were thirty three OatytlM aim the memory of Ilie p remind im- of Hie good Aver laarastparBaa lias lone me I now n two Inll ilred and lenry poundvand am fin tii st of heallli I the read f r the past tw Aye in all pant of the United Site i and always take uro in telhiip what feet it did for me For the eure of all diseases Oftatwatisja in mm at have scars rcmun I al o have in connection a Tinshop with V D Baekley the Guttering and roofing done beat tinner in the State in i liaij on short notice 3 SirijljinjTJtJTXUTnjTrUU UTJUt THOS H KPvRR 3 iJxru trtntJTnjTrirtrB 111 ELDERS BARGAIN STORE A Impure Mood Hi iest remedy is little oI Â¬ killed Â¬ Thk Orphan brigade has accepted the invitation of Caldwell camp united confederate veterans to hold its annual reunion at Russellville Sep tember I next An old fashioned bar be cue wiU lie given in its honor atmv Matiki Wilson wife of John R Wilson of the Herald of Hartford died at the house of her brother Dr Harry King at Centertown a few days ago after an illness of several weeks She had been married orjly about five Â¬ Gen y arrived they si means f a fence rail which the Tiir i ank BctV ire and maicr Wasi Tin fnate No lnt one bncdre ribper reply to ie crowds i miles was Ke condi- Â¬ found on pile on the hunt was at once made for in tin1 tion little or no road that wis an inspiration to the Hying whi The sandstorm which ran inmost unfortunate occurrence the raw - and wer i Iatc in the afternoon the bodies were idcnohed as Matthew Mattery un-n 14 Win Mattery aged li d 11 The Mattery tntaoe Frank t ST Sy mines street n and Barns p Wnl in Hills Thcv nrera Mien- who had -tI by side the lank where they b found hi The newt thai so w as ing made in received here But west of Jnlesburg ruing the sun found the steadily west The In aswasaaticip lay when the excellent time was A iirnK of Louisville negroes were run in for manufacturing loaded dice M lis afABl BAOOaT committed suicide at her home in Haxlewood Ballard county by hanging herself Gov Bsowa will appoint a suci to Chief Justice Caswell Bennett who died at Hopkinsville the other day before the sitting f the court of appeals at Frankfort for the regular September term There is much speculation all I state as to the person the gov r will name BT of the eleven Kentucky con The Sec nit n have beeti named and Seventh districts have yet held convent Nohik a farmer of OweakSboro Imost tnrdered by tramps The fin d at other citizens of Mayslick will organ TBI ize a cemetery company Wabbkh and Iogan counties arc in dispute over question of boundary K eligious rAs which has bean in p ogres in the iYankfort tn nitentiary thirteen con been eon- victs who i Â¬ Â¬ months The lerraan trades council of Cincin- Â¬ nati decided to join the central lalmr council in the independent political movement Gladys liaukin and her husliand Sydney Drew are at outs over Wibon an actress Mrs Drew will sue for divore Lillie and Lellie Burgess aged 6 and 3 respectively were yround to while playing on tile railroad tri Attalia Ala At Charleston W Va C C Martin and his daughter Mrs Mtrrrell Milton were thrown from their carriage and killed Thursday The striking miners at Glen Camp bell 1a have called the strike off and the men will return to work at the ifered by the company A dispatch to a London agency from Tien Tsin states that the emperor has directed that made upon the various yiceroys for a war tribute Thomas Dwyer was killed and other workmen injured by the ing down of a scaffold in the ne hall being built at Jersey City N J Charles Thompson yard master of the l incinnati Jackson and Mackinaw was lieheaded by railroad at Toledo a pony enginK in the 3 ards Wednes- Â¬ day Chancellor Von Caprivi has issued a special noticeprohibiting the exporta- Â¬ tion of munitions of war from mari time towns of Germany to China or i Â¬ AYERS Sarsaparilla Iroparedby Dr ONE price boose Always the J C AyerftCo Io vell Mans Cures others will cure you Will buv a Writing 1 ONE CENT e a I nimble STOVES THE COID WEATHER WILL SOON EE LPON YOU AND A Tacks Iead Pencils and many other articles that for elsewhere i ray 5 cents TWO CENTS Will buv one dozen Safe cil with tip 1 card of Ii uead Pen Will buv 0 commercial I est Ba e Bal Padlock with FIVE CENTS eve- - Hair Li brass tips M one dozen Collar Buttons and many other articles too nir Irdigo Blue Calico 4 4 Bleached 44 sea Islanel c AAA Heav Cotton 4 c vr 4c STOVE OR A GRATE tt ILL BE A IF VOL WANT SHOES yea SAVE MONEY Cheaper than ever before Prices will suit vou M cant notl be beat j come an NECESSITY WE HAVE BOTH Â¬ In fact we have every thing in the heat d cooking line Our ales have al large this teaaOss and ever -- eat Infants shoe- 4 siioe that Im selling at only fz I will sell you iratrint for 12VC per rand vorth 20c Ladies open and shut Fans tc up worth double age 60c 7w 91c Lacr C Trunks lor J 7 and P B aw Hats 3c up c toe box French Blacking 4c Bore Knee Pants oc Corset Clasps BRANDED 1 THAI Jiis bre-lla- Given Satisfaction We- COME UACESAND EMBROIDERIES cant describe the beauty of this line 1 AND BUY Japan You will have to see and cheap nd insertion re you can Our lOv Sandow the professional strongman was married Wednesday morning in to Miss Blanche Manchester Eng brooks the daughter of a Manchester A SEATING STOVE A GOOSING STOVE AND oe equ 1 Â¬ A EANGE A GSATE Ink 4c photographer Frank Reeves shot Leander Coffee nine tines killing him Iloth farmers a bnrit EVERYTHING NECESSARY TO ACCOMPANY THKM SLCH AS Clothing at pi - are bought irom New York re Mucilage- 4c - 4 oz rer than other conce machine oil so u Ever Ami ve vou that ird blow from of their thowght and were off for the south like the wind The road from there to lirceley is smooth and hard with giving the men a hills or s Ma three depth or was seized with called to the other boys and ail snd they went di her He i Warhin v CENATI tI I ii few miles north eort of local wheelmen ing j pouch was tra with the the re- - who set a id kill- Â¬ to the w rth the Inch the other day fees corr lL Ethel Leroy a dissolute woman was as follows Original Wu Caddell hold Whitley county Benjamin murdered in San Francisco by Frank With a racor n Kenton Lurrabce her paramour Finney he cut her throat Larrabcc then end Brjant Will Increast county inty Am ed his own life aville Muhlen The grand jury of Webster county MS ti Camp brose found seven indictments nney W Va inal widows etc Char Bt the proprietors of the owen- Martha J Covington Kenton m hack line for hauling pa Bowling Green Warren county -i eww v and had cal f e Jttt 1 a grudge Fire Brick Hearths Chiaiaey Tiles BmIlb Coci TTtcnsils c MOTTO UNDERBUY UNDLRSLLL CASH Â¬ Â¬ aqy for PiRiprEFoK BRAIKii EcOlkOHMT WtOlGHT and Cast R m S Opposite Hotel Glyn Jon iqiLnnrtrLnjLrirLrLr ir1 E XT RICHMOND KY CLAUDE SMITHS CO jtjt 5 i v cou THE PULLMAN CHARTER Attornry liriieml Moloney ll No Our liehlad II ui day noon COXEYS COBRALED Ity the Virctnia Militia- anil tin Mate - le lares There in Hm lroted-in- - Iriven Attorney licneral ly discussed the ffUaag of a for juo warranto t forfeit the charter of the Pulli emphatically that no- hind him in the quo roceedinjrs and that he had such a coup during the pea tod of the strike but friends to wait Was the determination to attack the Pullman it to its franchises one1 he was asked I began to look into Bj no means months ago In June last I n Chicago Aug la Ont of as Wasiiimion Aug of the commonweal han l was i by IS m That the end ivement is at morning Â¬ order by Mr utv the the a state of Yrinia in driving the remnant of the body of men who hn long been in this neighborhood from m state the soil of tile i errall of Vi riday lies A eight quietly dispitcluand Ii of the First Virginia regiment to Alexandria to act in crmjiwith the light infantry of thai place in ridding the state of the presence of r ryes army The troops were under command of Col Jones and Lieut Col Alexandria was reached at Phillips 11 oclock riday night where the sol- Â¬ diers left the train and marched to the srmorr The strictest secrecy was ob-Â¬ served in order to keep the Washing ton authorities in ignorance of what going on Guv GKerrall it is said feared the police of this city might try to prevent the Coxeyites from retreating across the Aqueduct bridge to the north bank f the Poto mac and he desired if possible to get the soldiers started before his plan be came known and thus take Washing Â¬ ton by snrsi Go Ferralls intention to take the authorities of the district by SaVrprise Up to 5 oclock S was successful day morning when the raid was made no steps had been taken to prevent the forced invasion and aithoug ence of the troops at Alexandria and their purpose there was known at the on no orders Georgetown p had lieen given to guard the district end of the brid eral hundred Coxeyites from pouring into the city Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ had original investigation that the company apparently all about powers and had pmc my vn and had rd as to ht to be reached tt ir the on coasideration iecial pany was chartered in It Mature to engage in the act manufacture of railroad cars It has however acquired over BSD ac land It has built its shops also fifty of houses which it rents for Its charter g ive it no such -- The com- Â¬ rights s it lot of the r Mr Aldnch K L ete- OsasBtakoas a flank mBTCaoei Tho tion heretofore oflt red j i Ion uras unim t drich the floor and h lution was mornm bsaabsi the word resolved and in- Â¬ sert the resolution of Mr Hill At ll the resolution and all perttmiiu to lay under th ni over i senate prooaedod to the conbde rattea of exec Â¬ Ira Lamberson of Smith sub count- was shot and fatally worn the amount scribed at Saylersville a few days since in a battle between hiiras Cap Shaw gang of outlaws in order to build a telephone Line near Middleton Tenn Saylersville to 1aiutsviile and Showers Frida- evening broke the nect with the Richardson and Iaints drought over the oafitral and northern ville line The rain came too late A Masher Thrashed lKNsioNS were issued the other day parts of Iowa W Starks to do corn much good although late follows Origin as HaTW YoiK Aug 11 W II Cotte of fields will be benefited Hardin Marsh 11 county Increase Brooklyn was discharged in police One hundred witnesses will testify in William Young Conway Rockcastle court fYiday with commendation for the trial of Capt T A Goodman county having punched the nose of Frank Lug Thk annual convention of state bank- 0 conductor at Covington Va for the wig for insulting his wife Lndwig murder of Col EL C Parsons propriers occurs October IT at Padu who is married got acquainted with etor of Natural bridge hotel Mrs Cotte through his children and A BCatSUtB was shot and killed al The officials of the Corean legation at hers Incoming friendly at Coney Bard well by City Marshal Riehardson Washington are themselves t Island and he asked her to go in bathwhile attempting to enter the oi steps looking to the shipment to Co ing with him She refused and later the American Hi pi of any supplies that may be donated it a letter asking a meeting with Thk recently burned district at Over- by the people of this country her This she gave to her husband ton is being rapidly rebvilt family named The S oollw a brakeman on the Walker members of a out of Oelweiu who went to Ludwigs house and who live just punched him for which Lndwig had Louisville and Nashville railroad struck the other day by bridge at the la were jioisoned Wednesday night him arrested The justice said the crossing at Walshs distillery near Three of the children have since died only pity was that Cotte had not hit and others are bareiy alive at latest harder Paris an had his neck broken reports is said that the populist will nomIt THE MARKETS By the burning of the summer cot inate a full ticket for state officers next tage of Charles Hollenbeck of Rock w he will proiably INelSNATI AUJT 11 year Among those ford 111 at Lauderdale lake Miss Sat 00 be candidates for the guliernalorial die Fallon was burned to death and 1TVF STOCK Tattle 3 50 butrBers nomination are Hon T T Gardner Mrs Hollenbeeks mother Mrs E F 4 to ii 5 on HOGS 5 30 of ballard Hon Thomsis S Pettit of brown fatalby burned 75 4o - Speier Johns Hill Campbell gers on Sunday Sheriff W L Douglas NOSaUEAfNG VW l TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Firm 1IAVK A POLL AND COMPLET LINK HARDWARE COOKING SrOVES UKATING SfOVES iUAlKS TINWARE and FARMI - r5 I Qt dSlWEL CORDOVAN 35P PCL0E3 Soles AftrrsScHc LADIES- - IMPLKMKNT Do vou seed a Cooking - r Ransn We handle the Â¬ Â¬ Yon ca P W save BROCKTON W LDClGLAS MODEL STEEL RANGE - Â¬ 1 of Because TTp are I advertised shoe in the world the value by i against hih the bottom wh ch prefects prices and the initidieTnaus prorits Our sh Jtrs fittTtijf and equal We have them sold every- at lower prices for the value your r ciiiiuot supply you we cau Sold by Ijuifl monPT by parcbusiag fcturers MASS al It is durable ooaTenient eoonotnicaJ and ibor try one Champion m We have in eoanedion a TIN 8H Parj to do tin roofing pitierins and otlier work on short noti tie like it THYLOR BROTHERS - 10i Main Street Richmond 57 JACK S F3EE5AN 3rn7 irutruLnjunjuxrLiJiJxnjxnjjxnj axutannjTJTniTJteru-ixi-JtririJTJ- in rn 2 If you need banlware cutlery snails ar irii Mai I ailh or fj caqien- E WELSH Ukrea 2 If you Â¬ neel harrows Â¬ GarnettHouseSaloo V n- e liaius pk raea Owensboro and Clarence 15ate of Jef- Â¬ ferson A 1 utive business Run Down by an Engine Autr- - Korsc No business of importance transact- - VAsHrKGTOK Anr 13 Sikate There was Saturday morn 13 pur ock Patrick llutler and littie business transact At U SO S had dav his resolution introdin t Hoffman vault cleaners e con that completed some work and were haul- sidered He save way ho grounds Cliandlcr ho asked that tht ing the stuff to th ties in inTestiEation of the si in crossing the Lake Erie the recent Alabama election Western tracks on Market str day The clerk tien read ti up a number of on the tariff cocierenoe i engine backing Senator H Hoff stated an amendment requesting the rashed into their ly to report if Qm family conferees to man and the n nd a n t t ar the former being dragged a reach an items of dlssjreen al square before the train was stopped the secretary ot tne seuat - was thrown on his head and action bv the seeate lie calk d injured so that he died in a short time and nays on the nsimilsiiit Mr moved an manded the yeas and nays The Mine Workers ntotnbsd tl- e- te sv aad llnK vote in lavor ot aiAwwcii a Warsaw Aug 13 The extensive fh senate went into eieciun coal mines near Bomurowa govern- Â¬ sion and adjourned until Monday have been ment of Grant Bradno HOCSE NO business OI unporwuiuc uuiamv The ei Saturday burning since Friday afternoon a ularantle steaL fire was started by an explosion when now asthe full force of men was under ground Altoona Pa Aug 13 It isby llsrryThe main shaft was wrecked and com- - farted that the amount stolen paratu ely few miners were rescued a Gardner the absconded cash tional bank is 150000 The latest report is that several lmr- - the S dred men are entombed in the mines The insttution and its books are still and that all hopes of saving them have ju the hands of Bank Examiner Miller been abandoned The mines are owned who refuses to furnish any lniormaiion by the Franco Italian bank to the press lay Lima Â¬ instituted suit against forty three men who would not pay their subscription and obtained judgment for each claim A riiiGHir NKD mule kicked out the of UeorgC Ads a young farmer near ollinsville Fiuk broke out at Mingo Mountain the other Mines near Middleboro night entirely destroying the residence NHvrsiAiKr in I A Dlplom Washington he announce the ment that Gen Cesario minister of Peru to the United states nt of has been elected fi his native country has created some thing of a sensation in diplomatic ciri Â¬ lion Â¬ cles and has also been productive of no A Mope W A M gen - is the senate that the t ie last weetc of the sc based upon belief that the tariff the Teat Ciapw Will Q lit oh Aair 13 lue hrie is A Cburcb Janitor Kills His Wife 1 pres- - Holt janitor of the Church of the ue auu itii u lyn a Urook fht at their home in with a hen cut her throat n BSOOKlTX AUg AOOiuaa talk at the state department Gen Cancvaro is still the minister to this country no formal notification of the surrender of his portfolio having He lef so far been received ST part of country for home in the f ab-April on a three n this city seiice assuring his that he would return 4 1S0C Wade Hoggs and Hatfield The two former were slightly and the latter se- Â¬ riously probably fatally injured A traction engine broke through a bridge one mile south of Waterloo William and Solomon Ind Friday Lower the owners were fatally in- Â¬ jured by being pinned underneath the engine which was badly injured of Howard Heist rill local mana Some of the noted fire chiefs of the the company and thret other build- - country were in Chicago Friday pre- Â¬ The fire is supposed to be i paratory to leaving with Chief Svveenie diary as the miners were unruly be Â¬ Saturday for Montreal where the ancause of a cut in wages The loss will nual meeting of the fire chiefs of the reach several thousand dollars in- Â¬ country will be held commencing Au- Â¬ sured gust 14 Walter Allersox a young man At Dinnba Cal two ranchers n w he i resided at Woodville near Padtt Ray and Norton quarreled over money cuh committed suicide by drownii The quarrel ended in both matters a cistern He had been disappointed Ray was killed in- Â¬ pulling revolvers in love stantly Norton died in a few minutes W A He rKiNS wan appointed post-Â¬ David Black has been arrested at De- Â¬ master of Eminence troit suspected of the murder of C A Thk farmers report gnat damage to blood 73 of Marion City who was vis- Â¬ growing crops in all parts of Frankliu iting his mother It was thought he county from the long continued dry died of apoplexy until the undertakers cr The corn crop is said to be found a bullet wound in his stomach short already an rain The movement to send relief to the thin the M vt few davs famine stricken Coreans has already taken shape and is being vigorously be ra In response to the effort the pushed tobacco and ion ear Christian Herald of New York con- Â¬ pon tributed one thousand barrels at flour Â¬ Ten car loads of gravel gave way at bartletts gravel pit in W illiamsport this state recently W Va burying three men named nippers 435 Z or fanning implements of an kind call ou a IM it STUART JONES Proprietor turn Oats No J mixed No S ir 11 51 41 5fl rJun ttfirurtnJxrinjtJUstitJijTrtru 2 2 2 31H 11 TOIlu PRO VI yW O mice Medium leaf -- 00 i 10 15 f ll T - 25 75 Pure Whiskies Wines Brandies Pure UU 50 c 2 Ijr I1T TT1 Mess Pork iniery li 2 00 C 15 a7 APlli KM S 15 M Jett whiskey at rer gallon fOTAl lew Per bbl 1 186 JOO 2 00 I have engaged the services of Mr Robt The Vulcan Chilled Plow jTJtnjTjanrmirrtrtnrtrtrinjTr 5 FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST Hardw are 2 2 0clded The gggt J o Wl CHAIN No 2 red 2 mixed CORN No FIfR NSW YORK Winter patent Nortan a O S25 ft Terrill s bartender who will be pleased to have his friends call and see him W STlAKT MM fiarnett Hnnsp Saloon 40 39 Second Street 5 Richmond crutriTtrtrtnjuiJTJTJTrtntntjxrij sal Grocery Firm ia njiJTJTruTnj-ixirij-uinjtjTjTxutJTJ- raruTruTjtJTXijTjxnjTruTaJxrijtJvr ii ii i PORK New tnesa IJtRD Western GRAIN V No 2 Corn No POItK LARD FLOUR Mess 7 l A full nil urfuL-rv tj isvrv cmcaoa 54 250 et 2 t 80 ItM IS 40 7 10 SOLDI TRAINS CINCINNATI and ST Wl I 2 Abo 2 wan- chuice line of iiueeaa At te 13 35 S 7 37 4 im lime cement seed oat potatoes and grasa see- - te of an he boaxnt at S lowest prices From 1 LOUIS CARS 1 fKjvtnLrtrtrt ueruTJTruxrLaruTmtnjij irLnjtxi H itcam BALTIMORE 1ALACE ST LOUIS WC Family 270 No 2 5SH 661 in 37 and WASHINGTON VIA C till Mlity 400 590 Western INDIANAPOLIS GRAIN Wheat No 2 Oats No FLOUP--Winter 00 BIG FOUR ROUTE The elegant service offered by the Big between Cincinnati and St Night tiains are excelled by no other line oomrsed of new cars throughout coaches of the latest improved pattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars in service for he first time Day trains have Parlor and Drawing Room Dining Cars and Cars and Exquisite Through Palace Buffet Sleeiing Cars between St Louis and Washington D C Kortr 1 Â¬ 4 37V 6 15 17 2 mixed a I r 48 32 4 2S GRArN Wheal LOUISVILLE pater Ni m 109 23 90 WHAT LXES IT MEAN SOLID VESTISULED TRAINS cd bill will le disposed of in some way out in with the tariff final adjournment can timta t about at aim A Fatal Leap the paet two Wiseks Holt Las been act ing strangely The Saratocw SalU for Barcelona LAITAR rra the afterward April Marion county la and especially that portion of it contingent die the county seat was treated to a bath of thin yellow mud The cloud came up from t the but did not apj ical result of any una Hiiee not The barome More than one tho Herodotus observed a torn in Egypt says Prof n of the At a cert into the desert c wild palm an back to their garden A Mad Mosiolan I An amttsing story of Schumann Is The composer la critic noe accompanied his wife who was ed pianist to the ay before land am riiie d as some- - State or Ohio Lucas J Ci C ty of Toledo I Frank is S Ciifney makes oath that Of I he J via In pealce famon hesa- - the senior partne r ky Co F business vice extends her doint in the with the Car Ser through frcm St Lo n regard pK to nearest ticket agent n City of Toledo said and ti o ONE each and t ind the from the irned to him and courteously ed An County and State aforeiv the sum LARS for nant ef an l 1 unxass oiseotost the e QUEEM AND CRESCENT ROUTE jsB X When all the le Anr up n were Hoiids and Only Hoods Are you weak and weary overworked nd tire XXXT3 03- - he As v imme- - to at- - st al eador evjrut liraf m Uu THE CLIMAX OFFICE SAsa JOB PRINTING --- Desirable Property p for- - Salel F m brat For this the fractional you are not fit to le a father an for the b otyse cents now minted cost the Washington HOEVER YOU ARE is An animated dialogue of a pure rument only one tenth of a cent currency was finally sulsstituted It Ueports good as U stock of all kinds odd thai just at present the propo- Â¬ sonal ana private nature will follow this HEREVER YOU ARE from all partf of the Stale No disease of apiece being like the three cent nickels rather EllITOR FKSSCH TIIT only a short time sition for a return to a postage currency remark merely tokens It was any kind has been reMrtcd little chap But when the ro ago that a man was put in prison Ira should be strongly urged in Congress HATEVER YOUR to you and goes finally si Herald sTaoiriij PUBLISHED BVKKY WKDMI bv the importing Austrian pfennigs to sleep with one of his velvety little narks as to fruit generally a bushel aud passing them in this country Co llows This cheeks close to yonr own and one of his few late apples in some see as cents We oKer One Hundred Dollar Re- Â¬ warm soft arms around your neck you About seventv rlve jer cent of a Proprietor and People often apply to the Treasury for POWELL JM Gen l Manager f grapes any case of Catarrh that cannot find your heart growing Bad anil tender I pieces the minting of which was ward for toward him and you would single-hande- d be cured by Halls Catsrrh Cure qabbcbs I TfiiMi iilliilminmml ilia mrtin nod in IMA But the Govern I and alone wage a war against a host PRKK 1KIJ YEAR F J Ch sney Co Props Toledo O In many places gardens are seriously ment will not sell them It is desired to We the undersigned have known F J or lay down your life for the love of him injured Early potatoes will make a fair withdraw them entirety circulation WEDNESDAY 00 and believe for the lal 15 year crop NicaoLAfl Mi Powell liecausc they proved inconvenient being Cheney If Congressmen iu seeking to reduce him perfectly nonorable in all business Aug 8 omniissioner In the same pear the so easily lost AXVXETISIKG BATES also seek to reduce the They transaction and financially able to carry the tariff would oins was topped Ira M E Wade amount of darned foolishness they are obligation made by their firm RAKING IT OIP MOSEY were a tirst class nutjance bakaj often out any Stonewall Tuna If von want clean tomlir jniiv steaks call aa 1carrying on it would be better all round One Year WestS Trlax WLolealc Dm mistaken for other pieces and to count N nu but the best liutehera emjl liest meat of all luada There is more old grannyism there than them was no end ofaUirc The num Toledo AND COINS SHIN PLASTERS ami at tin of delivering rmat Six MnlW make a lijKCBlltj in any other place fin earth Wholeber three is about the most awkward im Waldino Kinnan ft Makvin aoraa anas nasaa raoa odd wanted call and ace our i Iiili- - aapscisjlj invited aa 00 aginable lor reckoning and these coins sale Druggists Toledo O mamas Three Months Liver Some men can do a wonderful lot of the way we do business Catarrh Cure is taken internally Halls could not be put up iu bags of 1000 or The hard times have forced people to Debility t fl f acting directly upon the blood and mucous devilment and meanness by staying in tV00 M Ml Kv rake in every odd corner for cash Price 7pe per the background and pushing others forsurfaces of the system This Government started in to adopt 19 Years of Suffering Ended by ervwheie they are extracting ancient Testi- ward to carry out the dirty work that Sold by all Druggists bottle THE BELIGIOUS DIFFERENCE OM M Iith Taking Hoods hoards from stockings and teapots and decimal money but the habit of the old monials free they did not have the nerve to do Sm ii C I Hood ft Co Lowell Mass much queer and money thus English system was booed to be a dis characters care nothing for humanity A- - Japan and China have assumed the Two W Thu effects of flood Sarsaparllla In my ram turliance What have ijuarters ami C T WELLS same attitude toward each other it may put in circulation is now finding its way HAVE C UlIAi i P M Y BOY T 8A Y save their lone selves bare been truly marvelous ft far surpasses i How ac halves to do with decimals any other medicine f have erer taken For II 00 of interest to the general reader to to Washington Suspicious looking NO One W - - - - c c lie commodate with them a gold piece and 1 know something of the The oue who has suffered has a key rears I was troubled with torpid liver kidney relathe intelli- doubtful coins and even fragments of a i cut silver piece The origiual banktrouble and nerrous debility and was old greenbacks are received by the Treasthat can unlock many hearts gence of these people From a paper Youre surting my boy on life journey ury everv day from the owners who ing act of June MM which is the A Helpless Invalid 00 read before The Worlds To trudge the long highway of life I Re authorizes the Treasury to issue thr taking want to know if thev are worth anything Never marry a girl whose mouth turns I have been f feel Modes SereapariUa for better with many sweet maidens Youll meet ligions last year at Chicago by mouths and that f am cured I feel bank notes The only reason why 2 - E C 5 Harnichi Kosaki of Japan we giveProf The cash thus transmitted includes Canaa wift Each wanting lo become down at the corners says a school teachnow than I have for sixteen years I thank the bank notes is that no Each girls to you a temptation dian pajH r money taken by persons there are no Ond first er Ixjcaiise such a girl is invariably of a second forfor my health and C I I Hood ft Co following extract Theres danger wherever you go Hoods Sarsapariua bare reeof Secretary of the Treasury has neen so r sour morose distiosition with a very jealProgress of Christianity in Japan is eteegtbe northern liorder also ConfedHut if you are tempted to marry erate notes and wild cat bank notes of lacking in sense as to pay attention to H ve courage my boy to say do ous make up Girls take notice and quite remarkable Pis only Ihirtv four I In- aarte befiael date During the last year this legal provision turn uji the corners of your mouth or since the tirst Protestant ni In Lachirg alone lies yosr safety tiailj- mat 5 I have aeearcd the exclafai t and my the season ot to several ot by way of novelty the Treasury has reAn odd sort of coincidence marked two arv put his foot on its shoie When you the rouh journev begin the men will turn up their noses at you mendud ItusingallHoodsneighbors and with good For And it is SarsaparilU them are 411 It recent bank robberies one of which oc Â¬ Eft of the whole race of women scarcely twenty rears since the first ceived many counterfeitc of the AeafcM am 53 years old anil fel better than I Tra rijit results I did at 40 Wilt sa e vou much trouble and sin Mhs E Wads Stonewall Teun notes issued bv the Federal Government curred in Ohio and the other in Indiana DKMOORATfG TICKET taut church was organized in Ja00 Entreaties will become more pressing 1 The W00LDRIDGE JELLICO COAL Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and pan Yet now there are more Christians during the rebellion They are made In loth cases the burglars blew up the Time sets his chisel a little deeper As maidens each year older grow ago affletc ntly on the liver aud bowels from wood cuts some of them printed sates but used such an entensive quanhere than in J m key where missionaries But if you wish to keep your freedom whenever there is a frown uon the face The original and genuine Red Ash South Jellieo a November 6c h Have courage my boy to say no have liecn working for more than sev only on one side and a tewapparently tity of nitro glycerine that the paper 00 have beea torn out of old scrap books money contained in the strong Ikixos 2 The NORTH JELLICO COAL enty years and there are more seil-suUc careful in choosing companions A life of crime is often the result of Seek only the bashful so few jxjrtiug churches there than in China It is imagined that they were executed was blown to small tTTIIfl In this shape JAMKS I McCRFARY running in debt in this market except tin- Wookh Excelled by no Jellieo And make with no girl an engagement ox My where double or thrice nunder of mis- - by Contederate sympathizers iu war looking as if it had been chewed by mice e for the old or the new Nor ca tor making nests it was torwarded by 3 The ORIGINAL and GENUINE BEATTYVILLE COAL ries have been working nearly a Hates It is loolishncss to try t reason alorit youre Pming the panic of last summer al the bank officials to the Treasury The And when by sweet maidensknow tempted century In Japan Christian pepCM The taste of a love kiss to what we can not know HiDed l v ti favorahiv known ax Kentucky Hirer Coal JAN With firmness with coldness and laughter and magazines are all edited by the na- most BO money was sent into the Treas- sum represented in one instance was 00 Creek Coal Co from the OH Creek Have courage my boy to say no People were hiding f20Q and about half of it was identified tives not onlv in name but in reality ury for redemtion FOR CCH NTY ATTO Occasionally a man will come into the Parodied 189a awav and saving whatever they had Of and repaid to the owners Christian books which have been J TEVlSl Climax office and ask what his subscriiv An occurrence to w Inch the attention mnueutial liave nearly all been written late a good deal of the old fractional cur tion is and planks down the money be-Â¬ OKIiilNM Alia M UlimiSIIIOJ aEBk or translated by them while in other rency has been reieived Only the other of the redemption bureau is often called fore we have time to give him the de- Â¬ I wen- a noisy bluebird II JOHN r WHITE countries it is very rare to find the na- day a lot of it arrived which had been is the alleged destruction of one half of a sired information These are honest men To sin and flu from tree to tree These enals are for sale no arbere else in Richmond Im found by workmen in tearing down a note or certificate Accordiug to the tive Christians writing Christian books I ever would seek a true bird from awav back Yon have no idea FOR SHERIFF rc cnt mv goods in order to mak ami mv customers dwelling at Beaver Falls Pa Though statement made the other half has un 1 iiiti art the bird for me or editing papers Only recently the how good it makes us feel if cms pend ijMn getting exactly what thev order von want ill Christian the most inlluential Christian partly rotted enough of the pieces were usually beea chewed up by a baby or 00 the best is always the T t Jflatm your orders with Shoa ld I plant the flower 1LEP paj er in Japan bed asymposium to name uit together ta credit the remitter with eaten by a puppy dog Strangely enough The Japam se government has ordered mark the lowly spot looks which are most usefnl in lead- SSS A good deal of money is lost in at shoot the same time prrhspa even bv idhx r 17000 pounds of corned leef of an Amer- Â¬ Whan I shall sleep I that wav Persons secrete big wails in the same mail will arrive the other half ing men to Christianity Assssssjbss instructing Would plant Kjrct me not ican firm Now let China order seven Â¬ KNOWLEDGE IK C D Pattii Christians and giving good counsel to the wall of hoiisesaud then die During of the same bill sent by somebody else ChIS L lilRNS teen million American rats as Yem Shim the last twelve months the Treasury lias from the sun- - town with another story MMMJ people and it is interesting Firings comfort and improvement and There is life only in love without it Jin Seng is as fond of rat meat BJ a Digin frac- asking for repayment A double appli tends to personal enjoyment when that most of the books named era those received and destroyed Vowi only death and emptiness ger Indian is of snake meat riirhtly used The many who live bet- Â¬ Office and Yard tor Main ami Bats obi written or translated by Japanese Chris-Â¬ tional currency This exceeds the re- cation of this sort was made only a few iiiin from court hoaae W1111K1M HILWAKDG ROVH 00 ter than others and enjoy life more with cord of the previous year by nearly S4o days ago from Philadelphia The obvi M- tians Branch office at Middeltons drugstore An advertiser in one of our Western expenditure by more promptly ution of the problem usually is Christianity in Japan bee alreadv Most of that sort of cash comes from the My boy was taken with a disease resem- Â¬ Kentucky exchanges adapting the worlds best products to says that he has laid i states of dd people who leave small that a person who may be designed as A bling blood v flux r cs reached a stage that no other missionabeing will attest Can the needs of The first thing I in a new line 01 coffins and asks coals kindlings Ilel anthracite and those the value to physical the pure lquid alw has a torn note in two and has lost one thought of was ries have ever attained health of Their native qantities of it Staffed away in die Chamberlains Colic who aead anything in that line to call laxative principles embraced in the hand at lowest market jirii HxketlMMiks and other odd places The half of it A wants a new note of Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Christians not only take a part in all tlis Two IIHl tKIAL COKKKShiMtKNtt remedy Syrup of Figs ceaejons but they are in fact leading al heirs send in their queer little jie course B finds the lost half and in- doses of it settled the matter and cured and see them 00 Its excellence is due to its presenting money for ledcmplion Past week a vents a yarn to lit the case of discussions theological as well Oue way him sound and well I heartily recomin he form most acceptable and pleasHow many men are there in Pich August lltli handkerchief fill of this currency ar- out of the dilticultv is to notify A and P mend this remedy to all persons They are leading not only suffering mond and vicinity who have from ant to the taste the refreshing and truly IT in all kinds of Christian work literary rived i onsisting of the earliest issues in of the circumstances as they appear from a ike complaint beneficial properties of a perfect lax- Â¬ I will answer any 000 to 500000 and who have no one in ative effectually cleansing the system nditioii each note signed bv Gen leaving them to fight it out The con- - inquiries regarding it when stamp is inB man who joined the church and evangelistic educational and chai it their employment except a little old flat ilillM lliog colds headaches and fevers likely to develop some facts recent preaching of Ber De able but they are also leading Christian Spinners own hand The collection was I refer to any county official as closed nose negro cook or a ic to attend the and permanently curing constipation worth far more than face value if the MM day a man w andered into the reÂ¬ to my place and WM thought in Japan Wm Koach J 1 reliability garden and hook up the horse ixc when It has given satisfaction to millions and demption bureau and handed the official Irimroy Campbell county Tcnn For joined the ItaptiM- He further states that the military ow ner had known it they are able to start I manufactory ami nift with the approval of the medical Smetimes the fractional currency in charge a very much disorganized 30 sale by W F Powers and T S t what you have beea and still are the very brains Kidprofession IIsan employ two or three hundred persons neys Liver because it acts on the weak Â¬Â¬ -u of the Japanese people Though they reaches the Treasury even now in the asking iw a new one The icrson and Bowels without There is quite a nnrnU r and if they ening them and it is perfectly free from are not usually well oil in material shape of block- of sheets from banks addressed said it looked as if a railway would get togtherand invest their capiOLD URLMBIaEK every objectionable substance wealth they are superior intellectually which have held the money unused for train had run over it Â¬ You are mista s Ol HER tal in manufacturing enter rises even Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug- Â¬ It was ken mister arid morally and that this class takes the a quarter of a centiirv perhaps said the visitor who was or three infants have thou h they be 011 a small scale it would gists in 50c and f I bottles but it is man in sheet originally the aotei THE CALAM in Christianity evidently from rural parts THK WOKMi s Mv wife buried in the old Harnett hurving lead redound to their profit far more than ufactund by tiie California Fig Bfrap ing cut apart at Brat with scissors After-- baa been wearing that bill in her K K Co only waoaa name is printed on every shoe ground at this place It loaning i at a BBaeH interest or hoarding package also the COMMISSIONERS MONTHLY CROP ward they had erlorations like postage all of this week iu A number of exhibitors mime Syrop of Fiis Washingti who received it largest places of the kind in Ken the as well as baiaaj U nelii iaries of the aad King wll informed REPORT will not tempo 00 as to be torn apart There is A great deal of money that is Bent into awanls at the Fair have thrown them country tuckv y two hundred at large Oar capitalists act as accept any substitute if uflered now outstanding 1573791 worth of the redemption bureau has to he returned down they sav because any one who ex- Â¬ A crv fame though they would take what they have cent of the wtiMl this currency la 1879 Congress estima- without payment Some of it is real hibited anythiug of any kind that was to the next world with them and would State has been tbreefaed ted that tSflOOjOOQ worth had been lost enough but reduced to ashes or so Eat common or worthless received awarls a tully enough to show that a good crop and destroyed ami this sum ii they could rr That is the n ws trans destroyed otherwise aa to render as What is the Attraction Tin Eetbryi farm tea raise while the yield per acre ferred to the funds for the payment of cation impossible Such rejectedidentifi the same the xry best and those w ho wealth and inheritance change hands had articles of genuine merit feel that paper is not so ajoed in some parts ol the Slate the time to have lxeen a every two or three generations and the pensions It is now believed that this cash is ordinarily marked with a bi B in the awards are a disgrace and will not names of I by the hail of three principally haoeB cnoetieathet eat the rich forgotten God put reckoning was a mistake ami that not order that it may be recognized if it use or advertise them weeks eco he from the snow all the corresnondente more man i wealth in the possession of men for the 00001 ki ia8 passexl out ol makes its appearance again During the Decides this it drew a great nnmlierof It has been n at aud say that the l rry is of a very superior existence olishment of good to le used for In hot and sultrv like these it is onlv th the remaining 14000000 war imitations f Incle Sams fractional tramps to Chicago and many of these will be Worth some quality I heard a miller sav that this are supposed to be held to lay by col If His purposes U8UAL BARGAINS that currency were is ued in large quantities helped to make up the striking crowd the good of mankind go begg - crop of wheat was really wortli lectors aad private individuals CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES Ever by business colleges in various parts of Now thev have burned and damaged the are thwarted He will just as surely take MS and liiij Ossei at that alone l u A PI five cents more per bushel than last so many persons have put away a few the country Scrip of this sort comes in railroads more than their profits were by iovjm iiureeiKMoiiB iroui mem as tie was 7 A SURE interest Sunstroke itself mar be braved to and CERTAIN CURE J mea certain newspaper crop on account of the superioi specimens of the frationa paper for cu- BJ grachMI to bestow them If you want m even now In that period of national the I iir besides tiiat the fires are burnn htfnl hare of what we offer m known for IS years as the p announce that an snort quality of the grain Some of the be l riosj peril Kentucky and Tennessee were ing iiy the city of Chicago and it seems your prosperity to follow you to the mil REMEDY PILES ft pump factory in that wheat raiing comities in the State suli Doited States coins arc Hooded with counterfeitsof this currency to day to Ire the headquarters of crime ienium help those around you to em SOLD BY AII Another newspacr wanted to ered very greatly from the snow and lowing dont giaa them what you 5 PrjpjredtTSCTAECCH DRlGOiaTS X IBS CO ST MS1S into the Treasury in small juan The little notes passing through the and the Fair while it was in progress ployment know vheie factory in that town would their yields will not before large bof have but uive them employment that tilies Among them are some of t hands of the butcher and the baker gutted the country of pocket chainfind sale for its pumps That was sup- Â¬ the average yield of the State will Little prices and little va tin he thiec cent and iive cent silver pieces juickly became soiled and blurred so Many people who attended the Fair are which will enable them to live Man must posed to be a question that had never nearlv ep to au average The price con times in ten that is the wav Dont read th not live for himself alone if he does which used to be contemptuously desig Â¬ that it was difficult to tell the real from still financially embarrassed and DOUGLAS TURPIN CO can not he will ed the minds of the promottinues very low in fact the market re- nated as fish scales any such light Wait till yon aa the good not bold his prosperity verv loic It was a great the false nieei jusi oongaiions it is a common Sciab x tory or the writer in the other palet week show that the price i relief to the otlicials in charge of doubt your eras then sure enough It was at this time that a good deal o thing to hear what Congress has done Incle per Well that Kline question was ask lower than that of orn Many fanners Sams coders when thev were with damage was done to the natioual credit- and what it has not done A great many 45SSS888888S8888J r ed iu 1868 when the big Hume distillery are using their crops as they did last If some people would turn to a shade drawn from circulation Counting them ors by a gang of counterfeiters in New of us people ouaht to have a little Con- Â¬ was peapoesd at this place- - where on year feeding it to hogs in fact tree and have a horse hitched to them fearfully hard work Assistant York city At the bead of this origiual gress of our own at home and 20 E MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY not be like and the earth will you find sale for so much liq- Â¬ farmers did not harvest their crops at all horse would bite and peel them Treasurer Moliae tells how he once had organization was a scientific forger nam the tramps want to subsist on otner as they do uor The question iseasily answered but turned their hogs in the held A gennt aboat a peck of them in the ed Tom Ballard who was an shade trees they would see expert en- Â¬ people without compensating them Let in the Fnion buys it Where tleman in Mercer county said to me And in order to get CASH me will sell a ajgd feel the effect of the practice Sub treasury at Baltimore The labor graver and a very fair chemist Capita us mend our gait a Take Will furnish plans and specifications for little and get further a chair factory at Frankfort leal That he was satisfied that he had saved tliev last the following DRESS GOODS one drink less and put your horse in the all kind ot buildings and superintend red much greater by the fact for the enterprise was furnished by head of the brutes Treat all men as a 6alefor its chairs From Pennsylvania the cost of harvesting Ids crop by turn greatly reduced prices Bear in mind how ver stable Ignorance aud meanness are to same at the lowest prices Will also conthat nearly every one of the little pieces contractor and a Broadway carriage deal- Â¬ you would have tract any work in our line We are pre them treat you ami you as the demand c rid us ing in ids beea and letting th m eat il it will take the CASH to get them at the prici be pitied had been beat bv biting so that they er The work was done at pared to do the finest work on short no- Ki Hivington will le prosiierous and have a little para- Â¬ When the little town of Wau--op Wry little plowing has beea done overlapped 00 quote Dont expect to aery these bajgsia on the flat counting beard street tice Imitations of the fractional cur dise of your own while on earth and 4 20 set ehoet brttajag its for wheat a vet ami from present pri- Â¬ v Ignorance is a pity People who stop like veritable fish scales For some rea rency were run off by sheets bargain prices unless you have the CASH millions then after death Paradise will uot look oar fkSBOUs water the same ces the fanner has poor encouragement son unknown their vehicles on the street crej people could not the bargains for on millions of dollars worth Duplicate so strange to us question was asked All well regulated a large crop Our be t wheat the temptation to bite these small silver plates were desire either to show that their old cabs actually sold toother persons 00 caasasaaities now liave it at hand But raisers think that all wheat ground both coins c urn rvaus 01 paint on tnein or who were thus enabled to do their own some fellows will ask silly questions Maay a man whose prayers were long sod and stubble should be plowed a they do not know anv better If the The fish scab were three parts silver printiug This went on uutil the gang will le kept out of heaven because his officers did their duty early aa practicable in order that it may and one part copper The live cent sil- was eipoaed by a i4abovern the contemptible yard stick was too short Tin settle and become firm before sowing ver piece was The City now due practice would soon be abated ereated in 17L by the tirst At that ieriod the Government was tariff bill passed the I have obtained sports from a numlier coinage act under the Constitution which comparatively helpless against and Office attacks by House to day with all the Senate amend- Â¬ The Ten Dress Patterns former price 4 o reduced to 3 and easy taking old reapeeaaaeaa as to the yield par acre provided among I know an old soldier who had chronother things for the counterfeiters Six Iress Patterns former price The late engravings of baihelor who in his momentary lapse ic reduced to ments so a telegram from Washington some few not being able to give an diarrho1 of long standing to have been ol dimes and Eleven Dress Patterns former prite 650 re half dimes1 to lay which sets the forgers art almost of wisdom thinks of U bile the bill is not what mate i matrimony should permanently cured by taking ChamberFrom those rei ortins I bIrm n w nan nunc Three Drets Patterns former price 7 50 niiu me o ceui sil Â¬ at defiance had not been invented D R FREEMAN it ought to have lieen it is an improve Â¬ estimate at M bushels per No at the same time think of the remote but Three Dres Patterns former price acre ced to lains Colic Cholera and Oiarrhoja Remver piece were discontinued in Februarv such pohee service then existed for the conlingent possibility of his having to edy ment on the MrKinley law and will afEight Dress Patterns former price reduced says Edward Shumpik I OKX The three cent piece was brought detection of this sort of crime A pria promiCity Collector Two Dress Pattens former price 5 ford great relief sometimes sleep with a baby should he nent druggist of M The tirst relief 1 into being by the same act of Congress vate engraving establishment imeapolis Minn One mouth ago I reported a prospect Four Dress Patterns former price reduced to d will lie from the adjournment of at Will- - marry have sold the remedy in this city for over for the largest crop or corn ever raised which created the three cent p Eiitht Dress Patterns former price 9 reduced to wiucn was issuing liag of certainty as to in baby if he happens to lie a lnstv seven ears and Five Dress Patterns former pr the State and I might say from ail stamp For some reason it seemed to great quantities of fractional currency consider- it superior to CLARK CODNTY what can be done by business men itt e fellow of eight or teu months will any Three Dress Patterns former other medicine now on the market reports from otherStates the largest in tie taken for grunted that it was neces was only discovered by accident A BosiriesB will fast revive aud the gaping Three Dress PaUrtBS former price io reduced t tire dediaa to stay covered and will also de for bowel complaints sary to have a coin of the same denomi- occurring in the house a and 50 cent Three Dress Patterns former price 10 reduced mattress was cline to allow yon to keep yourself cov Â¬ woonds inflicted by the long klay will the Cnited States but a month can make bottles of this remedy for sale by W a very great dillerence in a com crop nation as the postage stamp The Treas- thrown out of the window Three Dress Patterns former price 10 reduced rapidly Leal Better times will come It broke ered He indicates his wishes in this di Powers and Five Dress Patterns tormer price 10 redi The rains have not been general by any ury will not sell the fish scales nowadays Open and was found to be T S Hagan Druggists a ace sturled with rection by keeping his little heels going Seven Dress Patterns former price j reduced means and in many places where it has to eeybody They are sent to the melt- lilty cent notes The plates were captur- Â¬ all night a good jiart of the time on your Two Dress Patterns former price 2 Hoods Sarsapariiht is absolutely uneipiali ing pot as last as they are received and ed but the rained there has not been enough to Two Dress Patterns former price HEliE It THE raO forcer au Englishman made buck reduced ed as a blood purifier and strengthening Reports from a great many on that account they are likely to in Â¬ his eseaie The four day meeting of the Clark Fjve Dress Patterns former price 13 reduced Important Government papers mailed He will also insist on lying crosswise medicine It is ihe ideal spring Six DreM Pattern former price i s reduced to medicine County Fair and Trotting Association nSj here on the Lnd of this month to Collector counties say no rain of anv consequence crease iu value as cariosities Some of the fractional currency were endwise bias or in any po- Try it One Dress Pattern tormer price 1 tie redi I read yen carefully melting pot at the mint is the engraven witti portraits of Gen Spinner sition begins August 21st es and a simitar lot mailed on the since the snow The sIhjw rings but that which will give you a few One Dress Pattern torn er price jo reduced to 1501 trots races and exhibits will eclipse all 4th have never Reached the Collector the rejrts and find it a very difficult bourne toward which all the Treasurer of the Cnited States He jot ini ies of room in the bed and a few Two Dres Patterns former price JiJjO reduced to f Kaciuo means Cigars without equal minIt is iudeed strange that any kind of matter to tell which jwrt of the State has coins that reach the Treasnry do ravel tired signing his name on every pi former occasions No pains or expenses utes sleep His infinite wants will be- Â¬ Dont neglect your insurance Powell have been spared to make this tiie moat letter and especially one iu a regular In- suffered most from the want of rain I Among them are the twenty cent silver money after aw bile and it was engraved gin to manilest themselves about one Turiey ternal Revenue envelot e could get lost rather believe that the Western and pieces which were authorized by an act upon the plates liut his personal signa- Â¬ oclock in attractive event ot tiie season 3the morning at which witchThey only ran for three ture would have been no snMriiJnl ing For full particulars see catalogue in a nine mile trip in a C S mail car Southern iiortious have reported more of March 1873 What about your insurance Powell hour you will go blundering away in Now hj vour time as ti Urtmt complaint i made of the male ser rain than the Middle aud Kasteru part- - years because they made themselves obÂ¬ against counterfeiters who copier which can be had at THE CLIMAX ill not la t IonTuriey the tiie ilurk for a dnnk of water 3J is a special vice between Silver Creek and Kich but the drought seems to be very wide- Â¬ noxious behag so frequently mistaken designs of the little securities as fast as OFFICE G ods On 8IO He will bowl steadily and cheerfully 1 moad The mail for the Collectors spread not confined to out State alone for quarters Keen more objectionable they were issuer Insure that big tarn Powell Goodi we will also make special prices Tur- Alarmed by one par- no u 10 o ociock auu win kick you most of the corn growing States were the nickels with a V on which the ticularly successful eehse is handed the mail route agent in delay but come at forgery Spinner sug furiously between the shoulder blades ley 32 TO his car and does not go through the Hie average condition of the crop is word cents did not appear Of these that bis own likeness should be with every bowl It will not be of any Fire la a erood servant but a bad placed at H per cent poet office here 2000000 were thrown into circulation be toted for an allegorical design iu use to you to pat him tenderly and sing master Poveli Turiey fore their dangerous character was per- the Buddie of 32 TOb the note This was done out All parties having claims against the There there He is is right Miss Delia Farris is visiting in Frankfoceive They were altered Pcrs Po well 8c Turiey prompt and trust Â¬ 6rm ol O W Crews 5 Co will and the inimitative criminals did like- Â¬ there and knows it ami All the correspondents agree present that the an imitative rt-Mr intends that you worthy inclination gilded them wise A portrait of Mr Clara the same properly ver ried to the asearly planting of tobace 32 then should know it It ie no use to say tairly and paaaad them off C B Hamilton is recovering signee on or by ihe lor 0 gold Chief Engraver for the Government was cmxingly well making good growth an Ablaze will start Powell 4 Turiey horn a sudden and severe illness nickel three cent nieces mint ot a fair crop but that the Iatt used in like manner Ifut soon after- Â¬ 1st of October 1894 What does papas baby want In Richmond Sunday I met W i fr0T1 32 re rarely seen nowa ward Cougress made a law which is little or no good on account of the BOW 1spas babe doesnt want anythinz but x nixn me nen Miown marnie mat days Three millions of them in force to the effect that the likeness of to howl and he is Powell St Turloy pay all ftro losses Or same will be barred And all parties dry hot eeatfaer In many places i gratifying that amiable it is the linn who told me that lie was practicing mcl settle same at once or There unaccounted for Of firing very badly The preseut no living man should appear on the detdre to the 3i condi 000 bronze two cent pie utmost It is no use to add ieiae in Sl I hi is after regular ejaaaaaa money of the United States tion idicatea very large to your judgment day list of enormities Fire Fire Poweil tioii Dr Francis eoccta to you JOE BUSH Assignee Turiey 3 2 000000 remain outstaud Some of the old fractional notes are by swearing The average acreage is place at 7 And if your wife has been Tic ot often that a specimen jnite valuable now A Why dont you try Weckesters gro- Â¬ The average condition i limited number calmly passive through it all she will de ceries and be convinced that they IMfjpnd in ones change 75 per cent of Uftoen oent pateos signed by Spinner are AT LA- an amusing decree of spirit if von fresher of all the big copper with the heads of and cheaper than anybody elses Grant and Sherman on oare to lay the weight ol your past finsier in ire unac- - them were issued as curiosities We have th best companies They anrer oa that poor dear innocent dar- The Kentucky delegation voted solidly c reports of corresiiendents all Powell iiave are worth 0 to day each A few of the Turiey with Crisp says a d weetnesB He will squirm around 3- iisturesare unusually short for When first iasoed they notes were printed with red to c backs aud - though he was first of year It is not an n cousin to Insure with Poweil Turiey tiiey are quite rare and c 32 linirlr ooeh at oeee tree saea Her we are with Ihe verv best MeaUoo iey around out Lock out tor fires as well as storms coal and iron and free barb w stock in September but uot all over the bed both under aud on top per but in leas THE Powell Turiey ml oulvoi out favors staying here until the Senate ease in August Stock water i and were of the coverings Oice Brj f lit to atlS lfrno value V htfoi priei same action The reeo- - vry scarce in 1 Are you in it insurance 1011 are no sooner If an oni of in 17 am- ilnritif ll i n ut i iii Turiey us moist iittie neeis is recaaev ml on in it Powell 3i THII UhJllg year nose or in your mouth and later OF re Kespactiu Who have the best companies Answer same currency TlieJ rth chilli Towell Turiey ill sit astride yonr 1 put in the stack in fin cent Fire insurance P ntck THE CLIMAX Th8 Climax Printing fl50 j ST ment cue of J mice John B Ta the North Alabama Circuit Court The court dea ided that Jmle Talley is iruilty of murder ami that he is on loci im peached and stripjied ui his Judicial ermine The case grew out of the killing of Kobert C Koas cashier of the bank at Seottsboro at BjaBttBseas Ala WMl Koss was shot hy the Jin Hit i is ago Xkelton brothers for the seduction of their sister Ho was attempting to leave the BSaa trv when he was overtaken and niur- tiered in his tracks At the iuicaih ment trial it was shown that Jmge Tal lev who is a relative of the Skelton fam ily prevented the delivery of a telegram to Koss warning him that he was being followed bv the Skelton brothers For this act the Supreme Court holds that Judge Talley is as guilty as thoe who tired on Boss and he must stand trial on a charge of murder in the tirst stscti Â¬ Â¬ STOCK MR fail--iHi- I TASTE K Â¬ irii Come to Us and Satisfy You rmnjty r- - Can 1- Â¬ Â¬ A Helpless Invalid Kidney and and Nervous Trouble Â¬ 3vf 3H- - zhzcxt- m - OXT Manager 6c C Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I r I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HoodsCures OOL oal N 70 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Ai taf liiae Â¬ If 1 1 Sio Â¬ Â¬ L R BLANTON lIackmith Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHY 13 i yu 8TRENG THRONGED at Pr Â¬ LP Â¬ Â¬ STABLESPffi OINTMENT for ZBOCKEYEfiillji STRENGS tinis dont Â¬ -- Â¬ iBEST Ont-ol-da- Â¬ Very Likely You Think - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Architects aid Buildsrs WLWANT Â¬ MSN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I -- Â¬ Â¬ TAX piCE Â¬ re Â¬ Tax is Please call settle at Jack Freemans store CASH r- jo I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fxe Â¬ s0 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jj Â¬ 1 Â¬ FAIR I ju 15 I Siio te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If You Need a Dress lress Â¬ Â¬ Dont I Â¬ A Â¬ Â¬ j H J STRENG Â¬ 1 LOOK HERE BLUE GRASS HERO K Oa raite when i acimo Cigars JW1GUG jm m ii Court ol Alabama hat baahuBj averai viald ear act Altered1 xrtrxl Address RH BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard K ji THE CLIMAX WKISEs DAY - - - AU1 Ill- uu at Midlorv Springs to dar N Week speaks in thunder tones again ils A big rain at Silver Creek Saturday W ti Ilatton Dead Tuesday August 7th W H Uattnn die at the res PW Tnion City aged 85ears Funeral at the resider burial g grounds Wednesday afternoou Â¬ Death uf Hn Ndaud Bie raiiih at Red House aud vicinity last Friday Maier ieirce a share of patronage Mrs Mrs Ann Noland w rife of Joseph No lied Sunday aawniiig August 12th k aged s years Funeral at ii by Rev at the family burying groumls She usband and live children She was a member of the Bap tad ehurc lrs tampliell burial an What thifteonntry needs is more work I lw political jablter is now have water - the Christian Otiurrh near Berea this counts beginning at oclock p in Fii and 29th for confer kout for swindlers They m further organization and noinina thicker than buggies and horses on the tion of for county ofl candidate Singiug and speakhMt by both A seven pounl bay arrival at tba ntertaininent to friends from a dis honac of J T limhry Friday August tance Baaiiaody invited JOth Their first nam A rarmer and His Mult- - Killed by LajM Klantonsidil yard is still at the aid Bbaf stand and he will sell coal a little lower A man by the name of Walker came than an Jaaaaaaaaa eoaaty to Richmond last lay ou business riding a Ufule and dry has suffered several - from an attack of beat within one mile of Nearby on his rheumatism to state slie is now improv- Â¬ return home was overtaken by a storm ami 1ms and his mule were struck by ing lightning and instantly killed He Wi new tire alarm Works was a tanner and lived in Jessamine nil and it so happens that there v near the line of Madison tlarui of tire there nearly every day the thing work Telephoue Exchange rdinance with reference t sale of John 0 Ti in Rockcastle comity recently rusticating and while exclusive francise for erecting and main a nanasai for minerals anl found taining and operating a telephone change in Richmond and also a notice aome specimens of lead and zinc ore by the city that bids will lx received for Mrs Million is now engaged in visit- Â¬ the purchase of the franchise whi h is ing the county sci is in her limited to twenty years a sufficient oilVe nlay ami anyone having length of time for some b pitalbusiness with her can sec her on that make a big thing Richmond needs lay a telepiione system and the Climax has Kufus B Powell of Brookstown -- stated time anl again Now let it from typhoid come was noted in last we k Uljaatf Says That ut ol danger and While over at Kicliinond week before well last we were most favorably imp The heavy rain of Satunlav prevailed with that city as a bn iness place It is t tin a real live citv full of live business men imty and i and it was with pride thai we were in- the farmers h d with smiles It was a that Carlisle had fan Malawi of the most successful merchants in the mover the person of J Baal Kennedy who is When in town and wan inner a flourishing coal lumber grain down to th tral Ed Powell can take the wrinkles and general commission business He is your stomach to perfection He an attentive and Â¬ i 1 i v I l ustra A four legged tirkev was hatch James Pearsons farm last week work- FtssaeetaM Baataag- re will be a prohibition meeting at his the bet intrv affords rowl including the Richmond Mrs W Kami will go on the excursion to Hi next Sunday Train leaves S Hhlliam lead at 7 oclock railroad time Blue lick piped to the groan Mrs Annie P Oldham wife of Will- Â¬ iam Oldham of Foxtow n Deighborl litsl at the residence of her Piter five miles from Lexiag- - H I Strengsays pic bo that if he k es his n the Tatea Creek pike Thnrsdiv be selling She morning August 9th of war from thai ranting her sister Funeral at two be telling ti Friday ahvrnoon interment at cheap lie sel Lesiaj terv Mrs Oldham was v v Don Snrjriral lliiratiins At the Intirmarv last week snrgka Aas performed on John Moore place- - I lid e an eleven-year-oinmate for pad General and Mrs John Hooe Ri swelling of the of Huntington W Ya are Bpending a MrPark wife of t removed and there diseased b nee of is a fair prn pect for saving the limb week with Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps June B Inrday An An interna cancer was taken from Mrs at Dreaming Creek Heights John i In pert h Miss Moilie Turpiu who has been rhv uxlist 1th Funeral at well 4 itHig lier UHcie St U k ttatu at was remove irom A cano veeks has lift Interment in the at her home in berland Gap Tenn rettirned very much improved in health neterv ell Kitksville Miss Nellie Ackley Richardsoo an at An operation was performed on Chas era of the Christian Clinrcb at Baflew of Hy tiarranl cmnity tractive young society debutaute of Louwilt which tity In I on Sunday last for the kid- - isville who with her mother has been mivli unproved by the summering at listill Springs is a irbing rei 11 this week to Mrs W T Tevis I tbe liicrs have de-- operation Mr licha Wefls of DoyleaviHe Ky e paoacr thing in having lailhrr Swindling Srhcnr- returned Friday evening from a v in commit the Swindlers with n in Peoria and is now the just now Making life interesting for farm- of Ills son Mr John H Wells of this in L P Bhm tons ers iu certain sections A numier have city lit M Blanton n been visited by men during the past Miss Lilly Brown of Louisville is visis always prepared who claim t represent an Eastern niond Mr Milward in season and firm and who are introducing a new va- iting rekiti ii with fuel G Prown and Mrs Mary Mis Hi doing bus- - riety of wheat which they claim will n is the daiiLhtet of BenJ 1L Brown of his eus- - produce from twenty to thirty bushels aiTniiodation of the Richmond Reg well as for his earn profit er acre than any other variety led to yout palrouThey refuse to sell the sted but make Miss Mary fingaa of Richmond was contracts to furnish it and take half of next years crop for their pay To in- the guest of her brother Bar S M Lo ii county Mrs T T Covington Saaday Dtract they duce the farmer- A subscriber of one of tl wife of the Mayor ol Richmond is visit to buy all they will have for Mrs Annie Engleman thirty cents per bushel but forget to nd he wa make it a part of the contract iled him twit of fifty dollars Mr Charles W Robinson wife and i Jack Trnst at laftarnaaer am happened if he children are visiting their aunt Mrs Ii paper that ex tinned the The good citizens of Lancaster will to- V Gibson Mr Robinson is Cashier of the swindler and warned the pab-- morrow night be treated to an entertain Â¬ the First National Bank of Meridian to his rascalities ment by the Jack Trust Company which the largest and strongest bank in en playing to good houses m Kich- - timt State ns of the and other places recently The W M Simmons Mrs Ann EL llean of Mt Sterling and troupe is composed of Kicliinond talent contains Missouri City M Mi Ebaabeth Gay Thomson of New The pi the enter- exclusively easant expressions of his appreciation ill icans are visiting relatives in this worthy cause the Pattie v accompanied with a re- - taiumeutsgo toa city Dr JM Poyntz and family Miss and the young A Clay Infirmary h r subscription e Poyntz who was visiting Mrs imposing the little troupe d j wring in tlisiness and tlie Climax in Bean has returned home inthe highest praise and credit for the with his friends in ti rottini Dr J B Payne of Madison county terest they manifest in so worthy an ob Â¬ unty w istie hkn abundant suc ii the neighlKirhood this week H they are devoting a good deal of cess and riches Miss Bessie Favne the charming daughthese entertainments nd labor to Their playing ter of Dr Payne of Madison county is The great annnal event in Central without fee or reward visiting friends and relatives at this ed far alwve the aver k is the I iexiugton Fair which Two members of the Rich place is set this year un the week of August mond band Nelson Bice and Clay Doug The programme is full ol A utMratf- Negro Prowler las assisted the Nicholasville band at the which are to nuuier- A negro man for the past two or three None Such Breckinridge barbecue the rth at length here weeks has been prowling about the XichuituriUi morrut advetiscment in another column write premises of a dozen or more families in Mr and Mrs Samuel Dejarnette en you a aialigne secretary Wilson to send B depot tertpined neighbood of the R N I a few friends at their home and take one of the special trains to the the boldness and daring he exhibits Oakland on Friday evening last in hon and the lest fair on earth re- Â¬ surpass anything we have heard of or of Miss Miller of South Carolina - to be rol preseuts Ah cently H Fight couples were present Miss Hat jb from his manner on one attTactions b tt nan advertisetie Ballard of Illinois was one of the lv second class loel in sion he contemplated other crimes far gue6ts Mrs Dejarnette was issi ted in rid The manager does not deal more serious At one time he evidently receiving by bar sister Mi- - Emma Wilin politics or religion Guests on retirled making an assault of a heinous lis and Mrs S A Deatherage A delight- Â¬ ing at night will whet their teeth character on a adv but was frightened ful supjier of five courses was servel w r oi tlie lad Sbeeta awav by ti tough steak in the morning Near the hour of PJ the attendant Christopher and a Bugs changed monthly at bias John i fully impressed that a more pleas- Â¬ turnished with man in the employ of the railroad gave ant evening could not have been spent traordinarv int out extra charge Priees ti him a lively chase Sat unlay night though Mr Ballard Luxou ot Richmond Wag siint and they failed to cut h him He carries a mingling with old friends here the tiit d didnt hesi- handsom M Indge J R Jewell tlie fan of the week his pursuers and one t ciau will in a few davs make it very un Â¬ tate Richmond has been the guest t Misses narrov pleasant for lawyer L J Moore whose of them the railroader May and Wallace Moore for a few days ball passing him aatiy a aaf the fadne aas noted in the Mr J Taihott Jackson the young ie has been a terror to papers last week Grave charges were Mr W and will yet do orator from Richmond was with ii and children Mrs W P Lilian during the fair tret against Jewell but in nischiei if he is not caught i as proved they are false who has been living at tngaged fore 1 during the last year has returned Madisea County Stack ia Illinois L B Kinkead Judge J Bell wi John H Wells who left M t tiaue in lb rton and Hon John Shelby as at- ld I 1 Â¬ -Â¬ Nightly favorite amusement of the If the bullets whiz un ment at present V near you grin and bear it must have their fun i If aa Iarri li daughter of E ii Parrish who was for inanv vears a merchant ot the premium is Delinqnents in Troihlf exhibitor the article ex- icr the new road law delinquent hited J Bond Ky tax payers are to be put upon the roals ipanied the stock to this plaoe and convenient to their randwico to turn after a visit of a couple of work out their taxes The provisions of the law are as follows ihat all delinquent and capitaPERSONAL tion tax payers of the county lietween f eighteen and fifty years shall M isj Katie Craig of New lilaann is lle R visiting Mlss lucy Gregory inired to work out their said taxes Mr Y V Elder is in New York buy- Â¬ at such times and on such road as the supervisor may designate w ithin reasoning gomls for the fall trade able distance of their respective pi Mrs Mattie Russell of is vis residence for which each d clinquant iting Mr and Mrs W C French shall have credit at the rate of jne dollar Mi and M IVatherage left for for each full days work performed by Niagara Falls yesterday morning him The supervisor shall notify each Miss Nellie ie is Un delinquent hands an now re gues of Mrs Dr V B Montgomery quired by general law to be notified and for failing or refusing to comply with Mrs Amelia Barton of LamhaBl the order the supervisor when so nothe guest of Mrs Elizabeth Miller Fe land of Stanford is the tified such delinquents are made liable to all the penalties now imposed bv genguest of her relative Miss beta Feland eral law on persons who fail or refuse to Mrs Dr Crntcher of Ormond Fla is work on roads The sujiervisor is au Â¬ visiting her niece Mrs Dare Cheuault thorized and empowered to collect the Misses lva Wasson and Fannie Turner due from such delinquents 8 they of Veraahh ting Mrs J B Wil desire to pay the same instead of work lis ing on the roads and he shall be liable Mrs Menard Cobb Jr and children on his bond for the money so collected of Stanford are visiting relatives iu the and the BUM may e recovered from county him on motion on ten days notice in quarterly conrt The taxes so collected Mr o Schafhausen left far Oolamhaa Monday for medical treatment under shall bv the supervisor lie rejwrted to the county court and paid over to the a specialist Mrs W P Azbill of Winchester i at tax collector and held and applied by him as part of the road fund Mallory Springs with Mrs P 11 Iiroad The fines provided for their failure to dus of Kichiiioiid work is fjSJJO for each offense for which Mr F B Walker of Atlanta Oa and they may be imprisoned for and worked St Louis Mo is in town visiting relaon the rock pile Anv one assigned to tives and friends work on a public road who shall with- Â¬ Miss Minnie Christa of Iexington out good cause fail to appear with propwho was visiting Miss Myrtice French er implements and to do good wi rk therehas returned home on aftei having lieen notified for two Miss Delia Faris of silver Creek Mad Â¬ days by the officer having supci vision of ison coin ty is visiting Miss Mary Beaten sd or bv sime one authorized iu writing by him to give said notice shall On trial and conviction before a justice of Mr T J Gantry and wife of county are in Richmond visiting theit the penes or the county judge be lined each day he so fails to work two dollars Mr R L Gentry fift cents All such Intra when Miss Mary Biiruam has returned from and collected shall Ik-- used for road purposes Danville where she has bean the guest and npon failure to pay a capias pro of the Misses McBoberta line may be issued Mr AC Wels of the firm of Norris Wi iphers and lypewritera Mailmen Count v Schools and Who arr is in Cincinnati on business Tciiiliins Them Mrs W L Crntcher ami daughters It is of interest to know who are con - Minnie and Annie and Mr J B ducting the schools of the county and Willis are at Slate Pick Sprit hereunder is given a list of the teachers Mrs Iulie R Davis who lias been their districts and post office a d reason visiting her father S Parrish returned Miss Maybeile Payne District No home at Campbeliaville to day Kdenton Miaaai May Stone and Annie Ti Miss Nettie Whitaker District No 8 of Louisville and Miss Burgess of Maya Eden ton viiie were guests of the Misses lienuett Mrs J I Payne District No 3 Eden last week ton Miss Minnie Crandall District No 4 Mr Thomas Peering one of the iKucil pushers of the Estiil Eagle was in Hich Cotton burg Miss Margaret Tudor District No 5 iiiond last Weak and gave the Clim x a - nit ealL Cottonburg 3 W Moore District No i K rksville The Misses Bennett gave a delightful Malinlu Roman District No 7 visrecej lion Thursday evening to their Kirks itor Miss Bay of Ohio Refreshments Miss Bettie Francis District No S music and dancing Paint Lick Mrs Rebecca Hnrsch daughter of Paul Mis- - Lillie Adams District No ft Noble of DeeatBT Ills is visiting her Paint Lick lather She reports crops in excellent J R Wallace Iistrict No 10 Wal condition in her section in Misses Mattie Griggs and Nannie Av by Miss Kate Lee Davis ers of College Hill Madison conn D District No 11 District No visiting the family of H S iwen of thu ran Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 t Â¬ v Â¬ i I j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ St Â¬ Â¬ 1 i of 1 Mr Moore for slander ar permit i disbarred Mraitare far far Mint Scktal Furniture to tbe amount of SoOO waa purr hard last week of the Hudson - two Sen from practice in the courts BM wirl te a rather sensational one John 11 ers will be drawn up in a day or connty Ky ng from Ma night a hand- - To Clean The System Effectually vet gently when costive or bilious or when t ire or to permanently cure habitual m to awaken the kipney and i a healthy act out irrita- - wvakenii head- - saddle and v tv durable and so naeda of the school i tune will he parehaneU building is completed l ju hiajaa la g parcbaae 8i Syrup of r Try he Celebrated Saamor Is an agreement to pay an attorney an Jewelry Palace amount eual to fifty per oent of tbe sum Of D P Armer Main street is the Apple are in demand or thing recoverd ehamprtoos II As the press ami a few outside w riters Terrill to get jour gossiping Answer It has been decided that a place where you will find the largest and seem not to care whether justice is inet n in diamond watchc cocks don contract to pay an attorney a fee equal ed out to mankind or not I avail myself ties at the Tlie long looked for rain has come at to one half the value of the land which and ail manner of this opirtunity of replying to ti lowest price Watches clocks and jew may lie recovered is not champ rious slanders as to m leaving Monti elry repaired ot short notice and wart Big This Miss Sarah House is covers your case cello Wayne county Ky ranted Bring in your old gold and silver Hill I left it is true I was accused of writand exchange for new goods 7 to The latest bv word here is Did you I live about sixteen miles from my ing a letter to a young lady who was a fix him I can accustomed place of worship You dont have to buy any more match- Â¬ stranger to me and that letter which The editor of the Register bad better not well go and return the same dV es Week gives a box witii every 5 or thev accused me of writing had no name look ont or he will get fixed lor copy Â¬ I usually go on Sunday and return on ioc cigar until further noti to it so they said Well on what ing ialse slanderous rexrt9 about the ed- Monday or go on Saturday and return on grounds should they have lielieved that I Tires liio death and taxes have itor ef the Monticello Republican from Sunday Can I under the law go toll did the writing for I had not been there been in tho vorid since its creation 1 intended to say free the Interior Journal CB H but about six weeks and had no n PetveUSc Turley more on this subject bit the whole The law i the managers of Answer to believe there was a yoong lady iu that truth of the case appears before the any road in which the State or county For the best las of soda water go to lOCO town who would accept a letter from me public written by Mr G W Settle has an iuterest shall permit peisons who Weckesser or even listen to a word I might have to the vjetiin of the Moiiticellc mob are going to or from their accust Dont 90 to sleep over yosr insurance say in regard to making love to her and Rev McMurrav began a series of meet Banes Of worship to travel oa tlie road Powell TurLy should I have thought so I certainly 23 it old Bethel church yesterday without paying toll The time wlieu the have enough forethought to not have I audience was preseat for the be- trips are made if made bona fide does Weeks sod water is delicious Tr it dene such a thing amid strangers and in ginning A warm revival is needed in not vary the conditioner exemption Dont wait until you are burned out a public business of that kind and then this community Bra McMurray is in T Powell TOR CL0THE5 for another cause I have a wife whose earnest and I am sure that he will bend A lien cannot be created John R C life is made up of tender and affectionon dont believe that our goods are If GAMBLS CO CIW IL evereffort to secure the best results by verbal agnment and in this State THE MHUUILH ate care for myself to promote the peace Hunt up your friends and bring the railroad companies them a judgment vr se in not a lien upon the ire- anl happiness of my life Then again out to hear him It will do you good the property of the defendant nor can a agent as to who receives the mo freight should they have been so positive of mv Weckesser Saturday soon after the boys had don hen he created by the mere recital iu the Thats what knocks writing the letter and if it was of such a ned tiieir base ball costumes and retired judgment that it is a lien Three cans full weight Cove oysters for character as to offend the girl the to the ground to participate in a game 25c at WeckesserV civil law to adjust such matters without the rain nanaai to piietly fall and they RELIGIOUS banding together and taking theadvan The best companies adjust promptly reluctantly separated looking unite deÂ¬ i a man as was the case with me Powell Turlev 32 Nevertheless a delightful dinner feats Two girls were arrested in Johnson And as regards how I left it is true I left was served which would have been en Â¬ Wash recently for giggling in church The best cottee you ever used for 25c a in the night ami was right in doing so joyed much more had not an unexpected Elder 1 W Harding in cor junction pound at Weeks for who knows what men will do who r the feast shower began to fall with Fader M P Lowry will baj will take such advantages as they did of Money Lost read It was amusing xs it usu- meeting at Antioch Ketill county to 1 was among a banded mob in me On the streets of Richmond Co ally is in such an emergency to see the nasstnar whom I could place no conlidence for August 6th three ten doiar biiis folks blustering around in confusion Protracted meeting will begin at Jen will be Kherally rewarded by delivering thoaa who done thecowariHy work were tumbling the good things into the has son ton Monday night August 2ith con same ioClimw oiHce the leading citizens of the it is said vainly hoping that it was only a ducted by Rev J I Wis assisted by c unity and if they are the leading ones false alarm and that they would be alTurley Powell Are you insured I fear the follow ers of these leaders and Rev Kuykcndall of Garrard county lowed to remain in tpiiet until they had 3Oaptaia John W Tattle who writes feasted the A religious wave is surging in Middles to their heartseontent for the Somerset Paragon and Louisville An elegant new Chiekering Piano for boro In the last three months I3S hi I should enjoy telling the most amusWhy did he not Commercial says ing thing that happened but as I did it saaa have joined the chinches the Bap-Â¬ sale Apply at this office consult some of our citizens before he I t shall have to keep still as this perhaps tists getting 55 the Presbyterians Toiiettes is reached this Well I did would left if he was innocent make the Terrill correspondent Christians 33 and Epiacopaid 15 office in charming holiday garb I consult I C Ramsey the manager of the rather conspicuous Three The Christian churches of Kentucky cheers for a lC Ramsey Mercantile Co TJ Mar Mr ieorge Ballew and Mr Tom Ri e will hold their annual convention in credit toofthe publishers tor andkeen appre bee ciation what is graceful the proprietor of a livery stable and for being ctim the most sociable and liveliest Lexington this month The convention fc T periodicals of the cla hav candidate for Sherill on the Republican boys on the ground The boys and girls will be opened on tlie SOtb by the Chris- ing any preten ion t M T Sloan Deputy United states ticket On Too much praise around and looked as though they tian Womans lioard of Missions be accui Marshal and George Fleming who is were afraid of each other and it took an the 21st tbe Foreign Missionary 8 iieral plan ol w hat did the deacon of their church anM n Mr liallews part to get them will meet The third day will le devo Â¬ jf all to meet the you had better They said they say to engage iu dancing for a short time in ted to the General Missionary Society requirements of each eason an I bring go as you are a stranger here and we the forenoon They were again coaxed The Suudav echools will lie discussed at within reach of all know these people better than you do Deleon the floor for a short time in the after the last day of the couveuti n etc The and go now for no telling what and this was the en of amuse gates from all parts of the Suite will be supplement which form part ol his num- Â¬ if you attempt to stay oari they might do it The reports which will be sub- ber furnishes artistic and novel ex ment for the young folks Does this hxik the time they give you mitted this year will lie the most en Â¬ of bathing suits which many will find useTho girls too felt the disappointment It seems o to like consulting citizens and were in sympathy with the boya as couraging heard for many yeans ful from all Toilettes can bi 1 me wonder at the Hon John they were to have witnessed the game newsdealers or direct from Toilettes Pub Â¬ W Tuttle i who the editor of the Louis ADJOINING COUNTIES NcV 126 VY line some wore a aeieatetl look ami a lishing Cville Commercial says so much about belong face many more wore happy faces York Sii crip ing such a good soldier and such a prom- at the thought of being bleat with a HABBABD inent citizen at that placel being so con refreshing The qnestion of a new turnpike to conrain servative with his paeans there He fair nect Hubble and Stanford A pie uie was held at the new school NEW ADVERTISEMENTS not to say that he had laid under house Saturday Many of the neighbors onsly agitated berry bushes ol nights to keep them failed to make their appearance The re-Â¬ CA ltobinson the Sherill of this sell ycu mattrg for I3jc per ard wortl Lace Curtains 40c ol c up worth double from breaking his neck with a rope anl sult was a small crowd and a failure to county while feeding a pair of work i - Sj 2C 2o and Pole- - complete M lie forgot while he honored my paper for was kicked on the leg Banking a reila- - nni Parasols o Ladies V make the affair as delightful as it should inline and true political convicH I ocaeJ on Rock C J vard spool- very painful wound have been T Rnr krlft -F iaski county ace tions to say that he had never even pat j r PrMirh rMr Rice must nave the credit he deAt Flat wood ir B ivamsey uapieiie ronized my enterprise with a single rive serves for making the little Eolks happy to a serious accident in his harvest field Crea- LACES ANP EMBF r a single word in its behalf for What is the matter with Terrill This One of the hands accidentally struck him ent raiiw the advancement of the cause and again pi nic reminds me again - line that Terrill on the head with a half bushel measure hnt de crilie the be he fan that he with needs a nmprehen six ial committee and a reformer which they were tixssing from one to an- t i t tft in the Republican party because of the de icieu 0 well kno other He will recover rlt r - - rvo bli Ullll ut IlLi feat of bis son who is a perfect gentle- QUESTIONS OF LAW ealth and pleasure resort that an The Lancaster Beoavd says The or the nomination as a candidate - are Mucilage 4c identity of Vivian Grav the Kngiishman 4 for Representative and that when he lie Mc Williams District No who passed through this city last spring lothing at prices timt will II HY STKCIIKV PARRtsn CoMHCrEI that there is no better place in 13 Whites Station on foot km asaaaaetL It will be al bargain- 5H Kentucky for a aper to be run than at haracter J 15 Harris Iistrict No 14 Richmond iking trnn remembered that hi Monticello he forgot to say that there Miss Lena Palmer District No la uaion anu curative uiuicraj to Monterey Mex ix or eight papers started at U Kirks UNDERBUY agreeing to cover the distance ia TTO that place and have all failed for want of te i t a time The initial of tbe questioner wit be - Lila Arnold District No 16 f people a certain time without spending iniL ement by the citizens of that Richmond of his own money nly wilt lc rn He lepreseuted him- Â¬ HE recreation from the county and when he states that the Re L A Weaver District No 17 Ruthton must make theia in got fnU self as a newspaper man and admitted they wtl recetrc no atteanonl ction ot Jon Battle Taylor District No is publicans are in the majority in that otherwise that the name given was assumed Mr site Hotel Ghrn ounty that every office in that county Ruthton rry of Is than a law in Kentucky against a Gray is none other than Sir Henry Will MaaMaggM Mitchell District No 19 except one which is Circuit Cleiki is seasons are a1was suo V CKCB The latter n njijTJm tjitlt tilled by a Democrat from County Judge person riding a stallion to church during mot Baronet Richmond initials stand for Victoria Cross Knight ful Owner down to Coroner and that only two or religious services Mam Lula Tudor District No LO RichCommander of the Bath His ado Answer Chapter lsj Sei ti n res of olation from the t three Republicans have ever held office provides Chaddenden Hall Derbyshire England in that county under an election as B Re- the General Statin A J Hohnan District No 21 Million n in the midst of a travel He gained the honor of the Victoria if any person shall exhibit or show Miss Mattie Broaddus District No 22 publican and he forgets again that I had that vast natural park of pine eleva while with Lord Wolseley in one by riling or leading a stud horse jack or ever gone to him and claimed that was Perkins tion of over 2000 feet above the sea its of his famous campaigns not as a soldier within view or hearing of bull Miss Julia Stone District No O Per- laboring under considerable disadvanta pure air and moderate temperture com- Â¬ ing to the bitter opposition mv any place of public religious worship but as a newspaper corresjioudcnt kins TTT bine to make the place an absolutely safe paper was meeting bv the different during the time that an assembly ot perMiss Annie Brock District No 24 schemes they were practicing on me to sons are engaged in such worship or as- Â¬ JESSAMINE Valley View HAVE A FILL AXI COM PL retreat from all prevailing summer epi- stop it He forgets to state all these be- sembled for that parpoaear - Tommie Phelps District No Some vandal shot through one of tiie HARDWAKE COOKING Sj demiC8- - The iJtaI anj cause he wants the public to lielieve that therefrom he shall lie fined not less than doors of Mt Zion church last Saturday White Hall TSTINWtudents of botany and lovers of nature STX11V1 than fifty dollars Pnt this Miss Jeuuie Barnes District No IS lie lr one of thise patriotic citizens who ten nor more night IMPLEMENTS does not apply to a person r ding a stalteen miles of foot path through the if I hnd gone to for protection would Newbv A daughter was born to William Do vou need a Cookii z Stove or B most lion as indicated not for show or picuresii a Taylor District No 27 Million have said with the others I guess you exhibition in by you that stock of this Wheeler aud wife of Xicholasville on I sTIMliIiK tlie sense had better go as you aro a stranger here Mrs R 11 Overly District I conJ T1c h ii- - hoaa siaaataa ia taa very the 7th inst U is durable None like it and dont know these people as I do kind is usually exhibited Richmond tains is Stephen G Wood and Miss Sallie Sives lalxir try one Ohampionjhenst of ta Caaftiil And that dirty little editor of the Interito Terrill H H Brock District No Grimes of Wilmore were married in We have ill Connection a TINlfurni lied and an If a person sells his homestead for Miss Nannie Tudor District No 31 or Journal who is ever so full of scandal Xicholasville last Thursday oky to do tin rooting pattering and otluests the comfort of and disgrace for his fellow man he must 311X10 and invests the proceeds in Kingston 1 How is this lor good threshing W shoot off his gas about it and publish and cuttle to be used in course of his o the hotel are targe Attached Mia W H Badger District No 32 t r w Hone in his thumb paper which is not fit to business will he be protected from his K Combs kv Brat at Mr K B Mniis I gardens orchards dairy and farm from area to the heathens of Africa a scanda creditors under the exemption law to thresiied 1580 bushels of wheat from t a Mrs filatha M Rawlings District No lot Main Street It vhich re dr lous lie But who can blame him That is the extent of this 1000 invested as in- Â¬ m to p m with I hours and rive miu- St Berea Trader iie hibi waiuiiK ior kicks nntnigaiiii jjjrruTrirmjJXfuxrIri Miss Lottie Ward District No 35 Be- all he has ever dons and the public does dicated With a competent chef and an ea etc not rely on anything he may say And Xo of course not if he hive the ex- Â¬ tor dinner That is 1oNJ bushels in ti rea While re the erienced mJ liberal mi Mrs Laura Jones District No 36 Big another dirty dog who is equally as empted articles of personal property in hours anil H minutes grand a rascal comes in and teat Men addition to the personalty purchased turnini from ireekinridge bur iccue at Hill fare and set ire unex Mrs Edna Maupin District No 37 with him as the editor of the Richmond with the proceeds derived from sale of Nonesuch Saturday night BaaJB McCau ceptionable Register did And now as I have given in the homestead A person who is an ac ley if Troy was thrown from a bassr Kingston Rates Ciaies are graded to induce Fora good breakfast dinner or supper His breastbone was broken ami he was Mrs Luther Todd District No 38 part the reasons tor the different writers tual bona lide housekeeper with a famcents ci for Three cat on this matter I feel that the public will ily resident in this State is entitled to a otherwise seriously hurt Kingston realize that I only ask for justice ami no honiistead of sooo in value and a per- Bah weighing 28 30 and 12 pounds each W A Baxter District No 39 Colyer ilies an and Saturday for sale Mrs W H Miller District No 40 more and how am I to get this justice son with a family resident in this Slate were broaht here is on ard Only through the press and tbe civil laws is entitled to certain personalty exempt They were caught in the Kentucky Richmond NO 21 FIRST STREET lar per day all 1 country and who shall support me from execution etc river near the Poor house by use ot a Mrs H Berry District No 41 Union of our sure bait aavs G W Thonipkins who Only those who are ha sympathy in it Citv FOB JULY AND ACGtST tl Kir bacon lard and was trot lining at Valley View and heard Also stitjar coffee R F Scrudder District No 42 Red with justice and right toward mankind all kinds ot sjroeerc and all kinds of naWhat is the legal weight of a bushel of Single week 1400 tbe reports The Kentucky river is tive Florida and Califonr While I speak ol the treachery pracfresh House corn in the ear and when was the act v so near dry that the distant roar as it candies of all kinds and Two weeks or longer per week 1000 Dosha District No 43 ticed on me by these parties I shall state passed Mrs Florence C B i hand Everything the manner in which I was notified to breaks itself against the nhnst ni room occupants extra White Hall - and The act approved loth Aaswart very accom scarcely be heard and the reen grass- Â¬ at the lowest price- will the I was decoyed into a dark room Miss Annie Tuley District No 44 Red take great pi datiiijj lady clerks Man and wife 4 weeks March 1804 provides that a bushel of 7000 by the request of one John Duncan folhopper as they come in sight have al- Â¬ in waitirg on 10 to House corn in the ear shall consist of seventy Children under 10 years half rate lowed by one Fox Miller most concluded to hop across nasi save When Dun Â¬ pounds from Miss Fdlue Phelps District No 4 the tirst day of Xovevem their wings yicfuJasriUt D nt Servants according to accommodations can demanded of me where I was from Hall White ber to the first day of May following and on being told he then stated that he had from ttt Miss Sallie Munday District No 4t the first of May to the first of No a letter which he claimed I wrote to CLARK White Hall vember following sixty eizht pounds fourteen-year-ol- d Mu ic free ennis free free Patiiel Jones of Hunt sold his crop of Irish Miss Alice Arnold District No 47 Miss Florence Duncan his Was This act went into effect ninety days niece and she will never see twenty fishing free boating free croquet free tobacco for fJOO and has had his barn enRed Hi after the adjournment of the hist session again at Mill Springs After the accularged bathing frc free Miss Fiorida Gibson District No 48 of the Legislature sation I denied the charge and asked for We want to bt I of fir t foot ball free base bail free mountain In this citv Wednesday Reuben Richmond at Har quality F P Ambrus District No 4J Big the letter to be produced which they What is the meauing of the term A Campbell aged 4o years to Mrs Kate ber coal yard re t cash rambling free1 bathing carnivals every failed to do commanding me to leave k aged 34 This is the grooms price x Hill bona tide housekeeper with a family J VV MAY V CO 0 16 afternoon free floating concerts three third marriage and the brides second Jno lauter District No 50 1nion the town between then and Monday 11s used in the homestead sti tute night which at the time was Saturday times a week free barge excursions with ffaBeanS rot City XT 0 Tiniina or we will stretch your neck picnic accorapanimei Miss Pearl Newman District No 51 Wades Mill correspondence Winches Answer Bona fide means in good faith n asking for a chance to prove my in Union City From outside appeal tba remainder of the phrase means n ter Democrat free charming bicycle tracks thraansh nocence the reply was d n you 175 obb District No 52 Waco r etc Men havi a home in ances the kangaroo ballot and reeently I of tram dense shades of forest need any chance I could dont J W Wagers District No SS v ace when ilislied enacted stringent election laws have not you down like a dog way up a canon unequalled in rugged Seeing nothing his hearth aud the sum of h s possessions done away with the heinous crime of would do but go I asked for time to get grandeur in the West Twenty m aTeahV Tea idling andbmtng Whisky and ani fortunes whence lie will not depait Boone my wite away w nen iiuncan replied i the most romantic river scenery in the if nothing calls him away and ere Monday to tbe got n wife d n your wifi J W Van Wink having de N world accessible by ravines you have an old trolop here with you ilill as a general tiling the deret and whei are nice Jennie Evans District No 57 Combs I rep family is they No immer resort in America ii P Benton District No 58 Panola you or anyone else Then they remark- two or more s who a one know we dont want any more out of you is so lowed by nature as old Miss Lena Stivers District No 60 ed must have money Let tbe s home and under one head or are a nice gang to protect th ment A debtor wh the voters of the county declare as a unit inine sex They are not tit - Sallie Dudley District No 61 iiigdelini isj with that thev will not support a cani eld who uses a bribe in any form Then all whom he is under a nat hint a only imitate While I could write a whole volume 0 eual Jas H Edwards District No 82 Col- ural obligation to support and who is de- the candidates will he pis Diuretic Tonic I i ill nt Uiii him for sni titled and legitimate bv WILLI A tive water that has no saperior in that James Wilson Di y the totheexe Red Hcue Kv During the den day season the drain of 0 1S Win S Griffith District No 64 Col Â¬ ite treatment of c dney inter lege Hill pros- acted by th isns and u POSITIONS GUARANTEED Brock What is champerty and what H lo J it acts as a superb r which In pur H corrective and tonic and but I shall try to locate at a ten to esphua why m can sttord k Ans defy malarial a jobs Practical Business CftUift ences 7 TENH t V Wi k Distri All fire losses ovell 3c Bwx ksrr x Stortfcana Pwmaistwp and T JflL Â¬ Â¬ Mr Settle Has a Word ef Denial Ought to Settle B Terbili Ky COltKESPON DENXE ered as compensation r recovenn g It They all like Weeks delicious loda ter with pure fruit juices Try it wa- Â¬ IVORY O0AP - f JafaaalW g PURE rwv Â¬ Â¬ ROCK 1 Â¬ CASTLE Â¬ Â¬ 5- SPRINGS KENTUCKYS FAVORITE RESORT Â¬ I Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dnt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ T 1I - IEL XT 1 i TAYLOR 1 Â¬ The New Hard Â¬ ij Â¬ f TRYLOR Â¬ Confectionery MRS H Â¬ Â¬ MAIER Â¬ 9 10000 Bushels Pities -- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE Â¬ ewes for sale have privately Call and see Ky on them at Railroad the L SAM SHEARER i 111 FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ j i -- hurley La1 k I 9Uit rioney 3to3 BBeaaaennenBEBBBBBBBBBBEBBBBBBBBsawKw- - mill I urn i ir hi V If rim irninm - - - baiei UI n DDArFCCinilll buuumn rnuujooiunau r fil nMU r- - YELLOW - ff7 ainAnra iTmnTrTTTvvci dAlljUilO OUrEiJVs5 HI UniO Thoy Had strap4Jer Forma ir Barly Days Than Ar Now Mtuiifostod stoler Ww Mortl NIIMRFR NINF IN MVTHnLnGY Tt STRANGE SHOWERS KHlnei OSKTAL STOGEST J C W MPEGAN J A YATES BLUE GRASS ROUTE mokcax Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All PoinU North Bouth Through daily and Southwest - DS1 - k - n AiEaE 11 BS PINE Ij ft Y ATI - 2 Richmond Kentcckv mm JtsshiB FLOORING 1 1 ku i T with uufaror on Saiituvosscis qli nauMiddleborough rn i 1 AND T e il Ky Kk wit ilvismitii Hi 1 1 I- I 1 DEMTAL SURGEON - and Knoxville Tenn and PoinU on - - KUHUULI Street Office M CEILING Poplar Weather boarding Cypress Shingles Cat Poplar Shingles LNR Sre4le IB smith baikflar Min try R - Elect No Dally re 1 Ja- 1st 1S94 No 6 S WELIiY RlCHMOMi Street V BURGLN Kentucky grocery DENTD3T Office ovet ClieiituU SOUTH BOUND i hi No Dei s Ex Situ room Daily Framing Lumber Doors Le Cincinnati till sm a Si pm 32s p 33 Pm 442 m Window All FirM Blinds Goods 40 p m Arr Pa Arr beat Lvr Arr An Lve PHTSICIANS 111 - j n5 iio u 1310 n av nn J5 pm 125 pat data CLARENCE VAUGHT - lrartitiimrr 1143 Pm 120 A m 105 a in And 30- - Kk mtoKD Office 104 - Kkm ii ky Arr Lvr Arr Lve Miin Siren Ive Ive Arr Lv Lv PI JOHN M 1 - lve t ill- iii ysk pm 525 a m Ri iiviimi Thiril - POSTER v a si s M RON Kkmiky 1 Arr klioxv Street - hrtween Se ond and r Maia Cheaper Than Ever A Main St 3- Arr Jellies Lve rr Rowland NoRTH BOUNI RowraniL Ricfcmond co W lve sao pV I Dli No 1 CC SMITH AND SURGEON - JlrsKIAX Daily m Daily Ex Sun H iJ Richmond Office - Kentucky 9 L GARSE Near K C Depot 700 a m 1015 7 At Residence on Fifth Street oca as JMl TJ Resident TAYLOR Kkmkkv - Lve Arr C q 50a m 7 I SACRIFICES TO THE SEA Mvtle Rites of Indians In Propitiation of m Arr Corbln 3T the lrrat spirit of the Watenc am Lve Corbin To the adventurous globe trotter Lvr lunloti J I ASHBAUGHM I am 300 Arr who has climned the rock path to the I liive 1 hint- New ITrirfcTi lilMtnl II 11 yo a m JfMtKPATHlsT sailors church of Notre Iame de la Hioailvijy and siiiie ery Garde dominating the Ihenician port Kciimiim Arr Kirlimoml Kkmitkv ypip 605 a m Richmond of Marseilles the potent influence of 3 70 p m Arr spec- UOTS sacrifices and offerings for perils OlTi lilt rect 455 Arr passed and to come must be BO old on different streets in the best neighbor 4 o7P amya Lieut J Jen old Kelley DR H U GIBSON is town Also boaact and Lve in describing The Superstitions of the Lvr KalmuaUi in the Century BROWN GOT THE MONUMENT PHTSICJAN AND SURGEON public corners Alao ots suitable lor Iivery aeld lott 711 am Air Lawyers clergymen and women are There is a pathos even for the world Kentucky Stables Muie Sheds Stock Tens or Manu- ever looked at with And as He Had Been a Good Fellow the disfavor on sailing ly in the quaint ships and galleons in Â¬ Bote Said Ha Deserved It ships as sun to bring ill luck lawyers the rusting marlinspikes and shattered factories or iurthir description call on MAYSVILLE BRANCH At a little settlement on the Indian undoubtedly from the antipathy of tiller heads swinging to the mistral I II POWELL at Climax Office river Florida before the railroad was sailors to the class a dislike so pro- Â¬ in reverential offering before the WOMAN COMES LAST No 12 No lu built lived a penniless good hearted A H STEWART ML nounced that sea lawyer is a very shrines These graces after danger NORTH BOlNU fellow of the name of John llrown Ex Sun Ex Sun How the Arab Regards His aTaaai bitter term of reproach and land these insurances against evil to come PHYSICIAS AND SURGEON When llrown got any money he would Dai eh t era shark is a synonym circle the world No people have es Clergymen 325 pm Lvr divide it to the last cent with his mond Kentucky An Arab meaning a tent dwe priests ami parsons are unlucky prob caped the influence of such hopes and jji pm friends among the boys ant of course an equine sense the town dweller is ubly because of their black gowns and thanks Our Indians were fettered by the boys liked him One day the fioys no Arab loves first and above all his their principal duty on shipboard that them and no ceremonious offerings found Brown dead in the woods They No one need to recite the of eoiiSsling the dying and burying tho were more common than those whic 3 a in 9 du him a grave rolled him in a horse sung affection he will lavish upon him dead though possibly because the devil went to appease the angry Spirit of the e 95c Am a blanket and let him down in it and Next he loves his firearm This ctical the great storm raiser is their especial Waters On the upper tributaries of ther drank several bottles of east coast ly speaking ought to beasi enemy and sends tempests to destroy the Mississippi the Indians with ocil BOLNLI bitters to his health and expressed the in laid muzzle loading horror Ex Sun them Women who may reason out cult rites gave tribute of tobacco from hope that whatever new climate he niatchW k which would kick anyof a their unpopularity save that a ship u beetling cliff to the Great Spirit of man Lv was in he would be healthy is the lat place for them or perhaps but an Arab flat on his back at every shot the Knar and to the winds that smote Some time later than that a stranger but bicauso of tile dread of witches for of the waters with blasts from the cav- Â¬ actually in Algeria or Tunis when came among them He died nnd as the he lives near a city all spcil vurkcrs in human form none erns of the jealous gods Algonquins Arr it is more apt weather was too warm to ship his body a modern English breech loader to be is so dreaded as the female brewers of in the north Aztecs sons of Atahuulpa Yon IO24 off he was buried next to Brown A hell broth Like the priests of the and Mareo Capae in the south all must fly from the busy week or two passed and the relatives to find the matchh k haunts of men middle ages they can raise a prime blew incense out of their pipes and Next to his gun of the deceased stranger sent down he loves his C P ATMOK quality of storm by tossing sand or strewed upon the currents and tideÂ¬ son Last eon I aa all kinds of work money 1 erect a monument over the wife or oneoldest 1 in the air of his wives perhaps and like Congreves ways just such offerings of tobacco aa in il your custom Ueneri grave of the stranger Lapland sorceress are supposed to live in our more subjective days we give Daughters dont count I m m the The boys took the thing in hand and Arab doesnt take JACK BUGGIES WAGONS HARVESTING by selling contrary winds and wrecked A1 with lost meanings to the minor gods trouik discussed it pro and con They came to them unless in so the as MOWING MACHINES riluinlM l vessels lluililnk who rule the mans hour in our feasts far tley CiUliHll the conclusion that aVasra was a to his comfort dietetic or minister II and other machinery repaired neatly Certain families could never get sea otherwise durned sight better fellow in every Intil some A DOLLAR IN THE WALLET and satisfactorily Wood woik and ci iployment under their own sur- Â¬ way than the stranger and more en- Â¬ proposes to neighbor conies along and FUNNY VAYS OF MEN names not even such members as It I an Inllurut c That Lends marry in HOKSK BHOBIKG a Charm titled to a monument so one night make a still worse slaveother wor were born with cauls as they were BR RNI A Woman on Behalf of Her Sex Asks to Life they went out and swapped the men she is onlv a chattel a of one of them A siMXIALTY tabooed barred and many animals soulless thintr The stars they shine serener and Some Vuangworable Questions from one grave to the other As a re-Â¬ And yet she is said pigs black cats for example to be a pretty amia Â¬ have engaged the services of Nick with greater luminosity when a fellow The little peculiarities of women are sult llrown the Hohe ble helpful Could ieither be carried nor mentioned White n cognized as one of the Isnt struggling with his impeeiniio ity a fruitful topic with some masculine mian and all around gocxl fellow sleeps one by any being- said to lie for no workmen in tins section lor the year hap ever chances to cast his on shipboard save under very stringent The lofty sky is bluer and the They continually rush into beneath a handsome marble monument eyes meadow writers Satisfaction guaranteed jive me a on one worth seeing This disre conditions Scarborough wives kept graai is greener and the ills of Life are print with such questions as Why and the rich stranger lies in an un Â¬ gard women be said trial a black cat in the house toasure their fewer and our life to their honor it does a woman always Time Table No 19 In itself serener to know if marked grave does not always apply to the Hedouins husbands lives at sea but on voyages we feel a glorious courage and and her hat is on straight want Why does she the of the Syrian and Arabian deserts every black cat carried a gale in her fates cannot appall it wheal keep you waiting ten minutes after hum An Comer Fin and Waier streets SHARPS ON THE DEEP tail and if she became unusuallv frol the solid backing of a dollar in feel feet April 4 1894 3 declared shes all rea Ijft Why our Foreigners Ideas of America Ioker Players Who Swindle Ocean Trav e a storm was sure to follow wallet does she this that and the other The magnitude of this country elers Years ago on board the flagship Frank- Â¬ Oh the quiet air twilight is more Heres a counter blast from a woman The Atlantic steamers are a fruitful adequately appreciated by a great perÂ¬ lin up the Mediterranean we had a brijrhtly luminiferous and the incense writer in the New Y irk Journal Why centage of Europeans field for the crooked poker players has yarn that illustrated a survival of this from the llowers is more sweet and does a man always have lengthened Here is a specimen of the way this this been true in the post An L antipathy io certain forms of art odoriferous nnd the zephyrs AM r M AM low and often profane interviews with game is worked A well known New novel of a few years ago dt soril c Two old quartermasters were more sweetly and our food is his collar button It heard rturint the morning watch ex nutritious and were cocseioaai more inoffensive sort of an looks like an Yorker told the story but stipulated glorieb of the Rockies as seen from New I met a German Urn Caaging fu the cockpit dismal ex completely that our breakfast more outsider Why does he article to an that the name of the victim was to be Orleans rush through suppressetl dv said an acquaintance of the writer periences of their dreams the night be- - licious and we feel that lifes no ii71e his dressing and throw everything all M A certain New York millionaire who became much in me fore Gee was particularly harrowing as the pessimists miscall it ho vhon wn over the rooui because hes in such a said who is known to be more or leas when he learned that interested Ameri- Â¬ i i ii ji I was an naiioic me nestor Use narrator wvandup v tii And have the satisfaction of a dollar in our hurry he knows hell be in the world lii late and can and all on account of a They have various sizes stj les and makes I 3fiy Hill I was never so afeared he in wallet then spend a good five minutes filling sueptible to the blandishments of had in the I nited States friend you at low figure women was crossing the Atlantic alone TX my life when I woke up it seemed as All our woes are less appalling and and lighting his pipe Why dot he on a Cunarder know him he asked his name is A lovely woman made true as day and I was all of a tremble our joys are less aaihignoaa and all never put together and fold up a newsHenry Walter his acquaintance The name is not as like an asp on a Ifeaf lifes happy meadows are so lush like paper Why when a pretty girl the easiest thing which you know ii on as John Smith and I did know in the world on ship-Â¬ Whats that said the other Pipe and irriguous for a glass of pure cold praises another mans charming man- Â¬ A board They became very friendly and a iienry Walter Wh your down dont uu ntiou that rep tile hes phospha tastes a- - sweet as balm of ners does he say the girl is soft 7 oo she introduced him to her husband In Pittsbargh I friend live I asked a hoodoo oa shipboard Gilead and brown bread is like amWhy does he declare that handsome dont know SHACKELFORD k GKNTRY keep in whether he was really her he replied The Walter chanced to be Figure headb were at first images of brosia Homer tells of in the Iliad and popular young actors are sticks and styles of GRATES husband but he passed as such for that the same Hut what a remarkable ocÂ¬ and we feel that lifes a poem mauger Why can he m er by any possibility gods and Inter of saints ami sea heroes ou cant atbrd to use a broken grate let nd currence That German must have re Â¬ trip at all events iir coal through into the ashes get and were held in high reverence find anytliing he is sent to look for in and what the cynics call tt and we feel suThis husband was one of the com- Â¬ mained with very insular ideas of the a new one the eyes glaring from each bow of a premely blessed with a dollar in our closet or drawer Why is his headache 9 03 area of this placent Chinese junk enable the lioat to voy- - wallet 8 50 or toothache so much worse than any Â¬ when sort He offered no objection regards it as country He probably 5 00 the about ago intelligently for no have two body elses ever was Why is it always with his millionaire flirted desperately Island or possibly the size of Staten wife STRONG MEN OF OLD Hohenzollern eyes how car see No can sec how his liver that does not work instead of YOUR ROOF LEAKS The millionaire thinking it would is for Rill can do is Ue shibboleth of their sail- - la the Good Old Dyg Taere Were Irts ot the Welsh rnrebit and mince pie that pay him to stand in with the husband ROUGH RIDERS Hrawn and Muscle to He Found ors Ships bells were blessed and toYou must liaie it men led or a new roof have worked Why will he go out after Philip count of Kirehlierg was so a rain without overshoes and then willingly acquiesced when a game of Skill and Daring Displayed by Cowboys af SHACKELFORD v GENTRY can do it day if a mistake in their striking is poker wat suggested Of course the light and h your gutters too made by r stupid messenger boy they strong that he could drive a nail into preach aboit the vanity of women the Southwestern 11 rams W H AllAMS Saperinti ICKY the wall with one of his Angara says Why does it rain too hard to go to husband had a few friends who were are struck backward to break Cue spell The wild steers are brought upon also in the game In one ship to which I was attached the St Louis Post Dispatch A Span same as Richmond Water S Light Co s on the grounds before the spectators in a church but not too hard to go to a din- Â¬ direct the bell had come down to us from the lard named Pedro who emigrated to ner or theater or club on any sucaeed on Well they used to play every night herd and rounded up ajid held by the GUNS AND AMMUNITION that trip and a large part of th Ticoiideroga through the Thetis I Naples in 1555 drove nails into the ing stormy day Why does he suppose near The susceptible millionaire dropped a theiucnjBJose ine judges stand savs think and was supposed to 1m under wall with his forehead Potowka a when he notes womens funny ways W P NORRIS Mercury Three judges pile of mo ey how much I dont know are San the spc cial control of a blue spirit of Polish colonel mashed horseshoes with that women are not at the same time appointed two timekeepers and a Boxes for scalding hogs zinc lined made mischief but he pa id very dearly for his sus- Â¬ uagTUan STENOGRAPHER Why the blue spirit should his hand Valentine Einsiedel count noticing his own funny ways ine contestant mounted on to order ceptibility that trip indulge In such vagaries is hidden but of Schwarzenberg KBfy I bli and Curtof Leut oughly trained horse is stationed zow a Mecklenburg nobleman did the OCce with S 1 Parrish Attorney in the middle of deep sea nights when at a point twenty five Tarda from the German Axboratams TOOK A MEAN ADVANTAGE liKHMoM flagman The German Dendrologieal societv When all are ready Kentucky A GENERAL 1 1NE OF HARDWARE tho moon rode in an auspicious quarter same thing with ease The latter could and the wind blew with the force and carry a tun of wine and throw silver which is presided mer by liaron von St The Ensured Man Insisted on Klaalns Bis vaqneros single out a steer and withthe a ANT CUTLERY Court reporting tAkins depositions d general from the direction necessary for the coins with such force against an oak Paul of Eischbach in Silesia consists Fiancee In a Street Car yell such as only cowboys can give fk lans r uf Richmond at A young man and a young woman spell the bine bell was bound to make tree that the edge imbedded itself in principally of practical gardeners nurthey start him across 46 45 a complete circle and ring out nine the bark Frederick of Haastein who serymen sieniric botanists officers cnangexi troni a Uelt line to a Four- flagman at break neck the line by the speed Just as bells stridently Of course no one lived at Limburg in 1303 ear lift an he passes the dead line the and country gentlemen teenth Washflagman SH FORDS ENTRY ever heard or ought to hear nine bells aum forty English gallonscouldwine and of forestry the society is the lntroduc ington streetsat inatone ofavenueseats inÂ¬ swings his flag down as thesignal for STEPHEN I PARRISH and of The aim of the i a K CST at sea for eight bells are as fixed in drink from the bungaole Johann tion of new trees and shrubs into Ger the first car He was carrying an over-Â¬ the cowboy to start His spurs no ATTORNEr AT LAW limit as the decalogue but this was count of Ziegenhain of Hessia 114- coat and a satchel and was evidently sooner touch the horses flanks fcnas h many also to test their usefuhiRlCHMoMl EBUnCKf KKNTICKV promised Whether the conditions pushed aside six anms of wine vi ornamental value For this purpose going away She wore a shirt waist s off with a jump and rapidly catchinir failed to coordinate I cannot say but and all which obstructed the road river it is proposed to pint arlxjratuns -P- Atests Caveats Trade T in and a dark skirt as if startingJ out on up with the steer AJAAA wi UI bbfU Marks Ic1Sns Et- cthough the liell was watched by all which he was riding Cdtmt Biegmnnd different parts of Germany which of a snor Dinar exneditmn Tra Rcport as to patentability ol t the lariat over his head and then invention Free of RAJ sorts and conditions of men the occult of Burrrstall carried seven adults on eourse wii also contain they reached Sixth street he leasd noose darts out and neatly drops the V lJfire applying for a pAlcal rite meurate terms the ol 1 and over ceremony was never performed for our nis snoukters and walked about with 46- well knowr species of indigenous trees over her and said quietly so quietlv the head of the steer This done the them for several minutes benefit that only the Post reporter back of nder draws the rope along the right and shrubs HBRECK them conld hear I am going to kiss side of the animal and Leav kMfl 330pm 605am reining his cbester BRITTISH you good by when I leave the car 328 pm 7 05 a m DRUMMERS MOUNTAIN SICKNESS horse to the left at right angles to the HAD THE CHOICE OF WEAPONS Le ATTORNEY AT LAW 550pm 82cm Ob please dont she said appeal course of the animal brings the Borne Minor Differences from the Ameri Â¬ Wliy Climbers of 655pm 900am Richmond 11ILforI Mointbis Suffer DU- - Elder I avton Bci ie Challenge Ionght Ingly not before all these people Ksarn ky jjcpaiiojia can Commercial Traveler rope across trass at a Certain iOsvation the hind legs of and WiiippeU 1at Caslck with Iota oes Leave Frankfort that he was decided and said persib-t-entl600am 350pm The commercial traveler in England A French scientist hasannouneed the animal OSce up iron stairway at Crooki comer The rope is then Leav -am Min the How Elder Lawton funght a duel is 4 unm and Secon Street Yes I shall so raise your veil wrapped about the pommel is little different from his Americaa result of experiments to determine i 15 - 6J 3 f n of the sad- I J the told by a correspondent of the Dexter If yon try to resist people will 2 10 p bi Cia brother pursuing the same line of pol- Â¬ real cause of mountain sickne 53 p see it die and all alack ArnveKJCaMJ4 Me Gaaetse 25 pm 7 50 pm The elder was a travel- Â¬ and wonder about it and they will look ing his weight is taken up Throw- Â¬ icy in getting there so far as securMOST IN QUANTITY complaint that seizes many mountain with the horse from the BEST IN QUALIT ing trade is concerned says Hardware climbers and which may be said to ing preacher a tall muscular old gen- Â¬ at you all the way up town after I get steer the animals head is C D BERCAW G P A drawn tleman and he was conducting meet off His invariable rule however is that correspond with sea sickness me right his hind orouuci It has an in a town of Franklin e She glanced up shyly and then slow-Â¬ unty his first price given to a local merchant recently been proposed to bore a tun- Â¬ crowded forward and almost as quick Whan troublesome character ly raised her veil He bent over her as a Dash he is lvino in a is his last and only one There is no nel from the base to the summit of going in the morning with an offer Jingfran a di tance of lirjoo feet the known aa Pat Cusick Pat havirg cre Â¬ and kissed her and no one in the car ran and usually performed aui month s subscription looked up A few people wondered so This op and then in the afternoon with an ex- Â¬ to install therein a great passeager ated a disturbance TO THC quickly as to be an entire m ings was publi why she was so anxious to show aVUITCIO ABEU tra inducement to make the trade elevator but warnings of the drc to the steer aj to bow he lost hi diamond ring on her left hand but the This being the invariable rule it saves mountain sickness which it is said and thereupon Pat seat him a The preachers first thought body but the reporter appreciated ro ing By a little strain the rope is much labor and apprehension in the wov Id surely make the I the slipped from under the hind spent treat the matter with sileir fact that she was mind of the buyer that he has not done his temerity have brought th to TKE SKICHTEST ANO tempt Then he reflected thnt laaieb kissing by meanstryingan justify the steer up to the front legs BEST ArrtBNOOM FOR SO YEARQ so well as he could have done with to a standstill of engagement then drawn in front of hirr Struck bv the fact always kept the PAPER IS THE SOUTH Has led all WwMM emedi es community in a com ring more diplomacy that mount tin climber to his head The rope being fast sted at r motion j u us one ever EVEIY MTTU ftttUITEEO J Everything is doDe for the comfort an elevation of about tiareo to inatest Market Quotations a YVYl TT vs V 111 while c J luv h his movements so he de- a MILD aoie tne pony is set f of the traveler and at the hotels a I ate st State News liars BREEDING A RACE OF IDIOTS c on n and tiracmg himself star la the challenge and trust special department called the Mi i twos ansa All the Local News as firm as a post iht the si As the challenged party Intermarrying In Germany Reducing mercial room is set apart for his eac eluded Mit fatigi Complete Press Reports and in a moment is Lawton had the choice of weapons He rlmony Almost to a National Curse clusive use In this room smoking is thing to do with it He the prostrate steer Matrimony in Germany is a prohibited until nine p m a place be- Â¬ placed under a bell jar t LARGEST CffiCDLHIOH IH which he carries about his waia TEE SOOTH ing devoted to that purpose at institution says the P pigs of whom one hrd to wi THE times The t kes his meals 30000 AND CVER DAILY r in the commercial room at tims of r was tin beCSO CBNTO A ing a eL affair in which all MONTH in the house generally participate Cthrows up unpopular than otheroise ThCsoo a Vcir by Kail The oldest man is at the head of the lea is to keep m but La assistant is table and is called the president while family and to attain this en JMO A HALOEMAN Dus and ro- when a hea at the toot is the youngest man and n cvei neuded m it 605 Faua TH AVEaut he is termed vice president breaks az are w mi r guinea g n qnile located on the corner LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY hard le ft us Heatl mtv arc iv for Is f 18- re Mreets The Wllhelms Title keep the n his cousin rOn count ual title of Wilhehn II is leave- - him t he fun mother and his sist and not Emperor he doesnt care so n Hil- id kin hold on tho money The number of THE CLIMAX marri among first cousins is c coming of dom i r tend it men thit rii Lvr Lvr 40a ni I Richmond ff- fHM 9 9 45 q 50 ooa m Veageri Jewelry Wl I iii nnn PERTYforSA IE t - I e- Dtsmu w I - the wood scarfed into her keel and climbed to the flags and garlunds waving at her mastheads it ran riotously at her launching controlled her name her crew and cargoes it timed her days and hours of sailing and convoyed her voyages it summoned apparitions for her ill fortune and evoked portents and sius for her prosperity it made winds blow foul or fair governed her successful ventures and arrivals and when her work was done promised a port of rest somewhere off the shores of Fiddlers Green where all good sailors rest eternally or threatened foul moorings deep in the uncanny locker of Davy Jones of ballad memory In many countries stolen wood was mortised into the keol as it made the ship sail faster at night though if the first blow struck in fashioning this keel drew fire the ship was doomed to wreak ujxn her maiden voyage Silver usually a coin placed in the mainmast step avent for lucky ventures and mis- Â¬ guided indeed was the owner who per- Â¬ mitted any of the unlucky timbers to enter into the construction Something of the ceremonious character given to launehhigs survives to this day where of old ships were decked with flowers and crowns of leaves flags now flutter the libation poured on the deck the purincaion by the priest the anoint- Â¬ ing with egg and sulphur find their exemplars in the well aimed and wasted magnums which are shattered on the receding cut water as the craft re-Â¬ leased from the ways slips well greased into the sea the jar of wine put to his lips by the captain and then emptied on deck the cakes and ale set before 4he crew the stoup of wino offered to passers by on the quay and the refusal of which was an evil omen all are realized in these sadder lus- trums by the builders feast in the ieut 3 D Jerrolrt Kelley gives an Interesting chapter of Sviperttitions of the S a in the Ontury After studying thom fairly well he donbts if modern sailors are more superstitious than any other class with equal training and opportunities In earlier days superstition was aa much a part of every ship as the water she was to float in fur it entered with Â¬ what a GrrtDu rrofemor Hue to Say of Three Time Three It is not often that a single figure han enjoyed the distinction of being the subject of long study and investi gation on the part of a German univer- Â¬ sity professor But The Number Mae is the title of a long and learned article in a recent edition of Am Cr qutll by Prof Reinhold at present In rector of the University of IJerlin ea rly times writes the professor the first uneven uuuiber 3 and its multiple 9 were considered of especial importance likewise all numbers which contained 9 Heathen philosophers or Christian mj stic writers the legends of nations the religions of mxlcrn peoples all go to prove the holiness or sanctity of the numler 9 In ancient Germanic life in poetry in religion and law the number 9 is met everywhere It still has its influence in lierman customs and German belief Ir the Scandinavian mythology we find groups of nine walkyries nine dises nine giant mermaids or women of the sea nine mothers of the god IleimdelL nine virgins of the Menglod Freyja and nne dwarfs In the middle ages nine horoes were usually grouped together as is to be seen on the beautiful fountain at Nnremburg and the Uanse salon of the Cologne city hall In the pjetry of the fifteenth century groups of nine are favored lVoofs of this are to be found in the festival plays Nos 38 and 47 of the Keller collection and lit the poem The Nine Poor Wanderers of Hans Sachs There were nine judges in Icelandic ami Germanic law known as the nines In Lucerne there existed until 17Ji the nine men who sat ia judgment on ordinary police e Nine children were formerly looked on ns the ideal numlier for a family Kven animals are named in old tales in groups of nine In a Genoa fairy tale nine birds quarrel over the wishing clock They say in Tysol When nine parents meet there is a witch among We nlv find nine a favored them number for those people who make a sacrifice of human beings and animals Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lr ill ami other Queer Tiilntfi Uowi from M Even from tin non that iii wind and the - arr 1 Â¬ Â¬ - IJ kvwriiv A BLACKSMITHING record o surpassed by other rainstorm The sky has shed tempests of blood and more than once this phenomenon produced consternation among men whoae startled eves Uheld what they deemed wi- - the visible sign of Iilood their impending destruction f infi rain is caused by the pa nitely little plants animalcules or In one in Â¬ minerals in tot globules stance of a shower that fell at I and in the ilristol channel the ana- Â¬ lytical examination showed that the red color was due to ivy berry In medieval times blood ruin was a prodigy in the east it was coin with the belief that man was produced from blood that fell from heaven It waa a portent as remarkable as the bloody host which while it flour-Â¬ ished probably caused the death of more Jews in this country th un any other individual superstition directed against that people It is described ts an appearance of blood flowing from bread when bitten but it manifested itself in other articles of food besides brxad and sometimes seemed to drop from the air It will lie remembertd by historical readers that while Alexander was besieging Tyre this prodipy and the other one of blood rain oc- Â¬ curred in one day much to the con- Â¬ sternation of the soldiers More curious than blood rain in re gurd to the mere color was the redvioUt and grass green shower which fell in the south of France many years ago and made a patchwork of the big lake whereon ita manifestation was the more noticeable This shower airain was caused by untold myriads of differently colored animalcnlcs Spidt r showers are another curiosity worthy of mention in this connection Tie spiders are gossamers and all those who have rend Whites Natural History of Selborce will call to mind his description of the showers he observed ne of the he telh us continued for nearly a whole day and the gossa mers dsceiiled from a surprising height for when one gentleman as- Â¬ cended a hill near at hand some three hundred feet high he found that the spiders were dropping from a region in the atmosphere that was still beyond the reach of his gaze Dr Martin Lister named this aerial spidxr the bird from the facility with which it can traverse the air and upon one oc oasion when he observed a shower of them at York he ascended to the top of the minster and found that even at that altitude he was still below thir lovel that they were descending from some region above that standpoint Darwin another observer of spider showers descrilies one he saw in l i when on board the Ileagle at the mouth of the La Plata river when the vessed was some sixty mile fnm land and he seems to have been the first to notice that cah parachute of gossamer carried a spider aeronaut for he not only observed them arrive on board he ship but he also saw them reproduce a new parachute and on this frail bark launch forth again on the boaaaji of the palpitating air These gossamer showers are great mysteries and once seen cannot very readily be forgotten for the air on these occasions becomes literally crowded with the tiny para- Â¬ chutes mentioned which are composed of a few threads of almost invisible gossamer with a small but livelv spider attached This may be regarded as the most beautiful thine- - in strano- bhowers I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J went wide at the mark The elder watched his chance and every time hla opponent stooped for a potato another one hit him with terriflo force in the ribs The fellow received five dosea In this way Then a sixth tuber hit him in the short rib and he lay on the grass doubled up with pain and groaning Enough- - The bystander wont wild with delight but Lawton leaked very sober Cusick was taken home and for more P1 to bedand there he stayedappeared than a week and when he again he was greeted with so many Jeers and hisses that he was triad to shake the dust of the settlement from his feet while Lawton was the hero of the hour Â¬ 7 Â¬ I I i A soldier may not become twelve steer waa gren one benedict until he haa reached the aga tart I n after condition steer in f of thirty a most unpopular ami one which causes Yery diaTeyard atari I hear bin iMmaanininrn unir aown is xne runny rrf a man who married his n r of whom be-had fonr i a no a EARLY BANKS It Was a Dimmit Task to Escape the middle ages for a man of limited means to take care of his savings There wenit is true the Lomlard and Genoese bankers who dealt with princes nobles bishops and the abbots of the greater monasteries and as time went on there arose the Sienese Roman firm of Chigi with its hundred branches whi jh in later times supplied a pontiff to the holy see who bore the name of Alexander VII but of what service were these great luxury loving people to the peddler the yeoman or small shopkeeper whose gains came not in by pounds angels or ma ks but in penny driblets with perhaps an odd groat of profit on a very successful venture How was their money stored In some cases we suspect that the church wardens took care of It In the parish chest though If put to the proof of what we say we should not be very ready with an answer but it is qaite certain that as years rolled on and guilds sprang up in every village they acted as bankers for the guild men Hut there must have been many per-Â¬ sons who belonged to no guild some because they were of loose life and such as no guild would enroll others because they were landless folks who had no settled place of abode It was dangerous to carry specie on the person in those days There weas many Robin Hoods abroad who had no scruples as to robbing the poor as well as the rich To the weak the only course that was open if they could not deposit their coin in the hands of some trustworthy neighbor was to bury it in the earth This is the explanation of the numerous hoards of coin which have turned up from time to time from the thirteenth century to the present time Â¬ It must have been difficult in the ami had an marriesl aer arm In anotf idiot child salt of an list ami caaaias was two imbeciles out of three In one children all three died district numbers of people with dread- Â¬ fully swollen necks may lie met In the vallevs of the Alps some o most deformed idiots on earth are to They are Cretin- - and live be found bv betririmr the hideousness of their looks bringing them in a good deal of money from the charitably dispoaea And yet these poor creatures inter-Â¬ The marry and spread the scourge marriage knot does not require any great effort in breaking it in l J ermany Chronic mutual dislike and incompoti- buity of temper are siirnewnt for divorce IN fonrth i i J animal shall be a hap killed some fine cults and caesH s to walk around a quarto section of land in order from school He asanas track on a lively ran and jaat aa he it I UaaxXng aaont taming ontaaem and horse and bluffing them oat eowuoy reacaes out ami steers tail By a magic twi of that appendage to one aide san letting go suddenly the loae hiseq- HAPPY PARAGUAY The Wosaen Are Lithe and Graceful ami Wear White D hisses sometimea rolling compl or three times As soon as nis feet he makes a down at t but anothe- the rear and takes the the tail giving him at Three or four him and the steer slow way to the herd a ref- r AN I fi The women have well molded limbs volnptuous lustrous eyes and are of every cedor from mahogany to the white and pink complexion of the fairest Anglo rxon The guayan woman says K consists merely of a of the Falcon snow white tunic coming down knees and a white shawl These women are bare footed They stalk through the streets with a soft supple panther like tread that Is most be they do not indulge in high heeled boots and stays but step out as Ere herself might have done quite unimpeded bv their simple dress wh merely a short tunic tied round at the waist and adorned with the prett These tunics have short tive lace sleeves and very low necks and reveal the statuesque shoulders and breasts rather more than would be considered delicate in Europe This mild race lives principally on oranges pumpkins cassava and other fruits and vegetables Iwdng almost vegetarians Many are the virt these poor brave Paraguayans they arehospitable kindly honest and though marriage is looked upon aa aa unnecessary prelude to two young peo- Â¬ ple starting housekeeping tog ether they are remarkably constant in their attachments The Paraguayan girls are like Byrons savage heroines faithful unto death soft as doves but ready to give up their lives for their mates What I particularly remarked was the jovial gay nature of this amiable and innocent race 1 MMENSE ROCKING kn Â¬ the Sclll An Â¬ rairr- - la the isles of -logan or logging stone w or two of the La of the sights of West year and thoExsatvi under aha ear atl y mass of ht ex Â¬ U it poised Dut th entirely in the shade y 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