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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m ffi VOLUME pi DISAPPEARING The Curtain Dropping Upon the Last Act of Congress By 1I Gathered tSZSTv rsiTsssVFS VIII Latest U S Govt Report KNTTJCKY RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1894 II A 0 m I AA J Print NUMBER 11 ru tp Highest of all in Leavening Power K Prof IJr i Rjtkiritfr ABSOLUTELY PURE Second MATE NEWS TERRIBLE DEED Thomas Hewitt Stricken Typhoid Ft With CONDENSED NEWS Front Alt Itrtof the k Powder fifty third congress Y BLACKLISTED the Pullman Strike Investigation of the Cliimiro lTivcr I AS1 Slon Kkv A QriiK 83 year at his home at Cadi of dropsy lie nad been a Methodist preacher for forty years TiiK mayor has put a stop log am in I iw ensboro rD about Middlcsboro the lew raisiaz corn oa laad wb front foot an ire lands roll away in preen for- getfulnesa of the dizzy wealth they cover t in Thk purchase of it the Kentucky state xl oontrv Gentleman at aitrilii- In it Ue tlark hair wbicli she and I Saw liivt-- wliile auti llclls if o 1 ten r 1 we Unanimous Consent Alone Will Ne Laws Be Enacted Senator Irniluc Wm liinirton Not to Re Â¬ All the OoUmrtora turn I ni i of ustnn Are lri pitrilip to 1ut the NLjiw Into JtT Tariff I wag ed an ii ltliw IlHt iin Intplnrrr AImi liiinrh lhhlr n nf I awer - u I be and - Im HfilM Cmrino I nmirtfnl u M hMMMl Vilm- - Ciril Ar vv It The n prm-ip-i- l of tin e tes- - l iii n y at the Ini- nvi-s- - illusm II iv n minister at Iull- in Kiv I f the troubles ii- hi i i - raili Hcred Irof of ai of a en named in it railroad The Ilcmn a state board ra 111 IIHct that that direoetnr of the calth I ht ir t t in a testify co opt Mr lit by lay the solution of ail tit by tie that the jovern- ivas one of eor- 1 He claimed lie eded by Prof n ll- - I t he arbitration f I did uot b lie cited ivides three men ae third lie from the to be chosen by -- Ulf of is Mlf or- - - lrof 1 ful m settlinp to toird tr the In n i rrfiiMd pu more tariff legislation at this sea Clakdy of hri tinn Di Jom sion and that the senate outrht to adcomty waa nominated by the V 8 Hon T Kilis in journ at the earliest possible moment erats down the cjirtain upon the last con g act of tariff legislation John ildAiiK a Himlierman near The passape of the Murphy resoluStaiilon wa- - killed by a falling- tree tion and the certainty that no free h which ho had cut lull can come out of the finance is on foot looking to the snjrar commit tee - causing such an exodus transporting of convicts from of senators that it is not lilcelj a fort on their relequorum can he mustered in the upper daugh Â¬ At Alexandria the congress iy branch of no further Monday There ter oi ter Clark is really to le mined to oie except such as can be transacted V F marry r old by unanimous consent ir The yirl pot out on a writ Everything wait- upon the return of of habeas corpus and the f President Cleveland from his Journey C lipid now hangs in tlie balance of the to earn malaria Discussion in the lawmeantime Is rife as to his action upon buat- MUCH excitement prevails in McLean the tariff bill In his absence and ty over the deeds of a pa without any messape from Gray Cables Hinaota John this whiti discussion is purely theoretical Itoyd and Geo Howell were taken The action of the treasury department from their home tied to trees and in sending out copies of the tariff bill re backs whipped oi collectors of customs looks like O Hn I of IWderly an old eon- - an anticipation t hat the bill will be r undertook to recall come a law The infeicin e is not al- the muses of the company in which he solutely warranted however bteacse served during1 the war Company C it would be the duty of the treasury He recalled and department in any Seventh Kentucky place the 81 men w ho eli- - bill in the hand of every customs colOWn 8 in the company with him lector as promptly as possible for the home iiAuixa W it ii that should it receive the presi - in Cincinnati was broupht to Law dents signature the law would go into leneelmrp tlie other morninp from effect immediate v as in th form Wcrn MiSlbyvillc by Ioni- in which it reached the president it trainmen and placed in jail The Ne nominally tak tupust e of A K to pro had entered If as lrivat ry Tln rler an nounced last week t nt re- st mp- tarns bite in- r formation us to hivho esc a may be in The train intr a fri It is considered by many had been warned and tii friends of the administration m it him to While on the are as much in the dark as it i al of ofii- bv no mean- - certain that tnl tVhite wa She ent leveluud will not veto the baek bill South- Tne Chesap reason to believe that in a new the week ii railio v ill see draw bridge across the Teunessec river the close of the second session of the Fifty third congress The work of the ed the last of the appropriation bills and - a very the e ktpted riday ae and will be quite an improve and there is nothing now for the ment to the road intug arm ate to do but to clean op the fag ends w ill of u very busy and very entertaining m The official count of the returns in primary soirm ir PmefcarsbUra T orded a r month investment 1000 ti Washimkn Amy SO - Senator Mur phys resolution that there should be nto Â¬ - 1 - - 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 iarolina Quakers at Buleigh a result of the elevation of the Lake Shore tracks in the city of Chi He Becomes Irrational ani Takes a apauys yards will be moved to Porter lnd Murderous Bent Hon I M Muiylev the rewlvap- point of the court of appeals Cnrv- - y jn Ir aikfort niTnariii Oonw Into the Kitchen He Seesren for the court illR Knife It U Wlte Urst AttueUetl iivene tie is 38 ears old followed Tiien Ilia Hint The terrible droupht continues in by HU Chilir ii Then Saicidcs the v le Little Kanawha vith n exist at Xfwak k X J Aup 2a Tn a little Ma sow ah whereof rain thanfalls rau neve two story house on Davis avenue Lewi erlinyer a hearncv an awful trnpedv occurred at of btcago will coi prominent brewerthe erectwo o t lock Sunday morning resultim M the intheleathof one mun brother-in-la-ptoballt tion of an immense bvewerv in uncle tn death of his wife and COSt StHIIKHI and an attempted murder of four chil Josiah Leonard Johnson one of the dren Thomas Hewitt the central tipure in the tragedy lived on the second parties wantedtheon suspicion of being implicated in murder and robbery flixn- with his wife Adel aijd four chil Mi is in custody at dren and Fred Purcell his wifes at a youi g man 22 years of age Kewbii ry port jail brother An unknown very larpe handsome pelled Three weeks ago Hewitt man entered the to quit wrrk because of bisillness Pr and well M Cure home AHers the family physicianl diapi Â¬ phoid fever and one Mich bound and gapped and assault the c week ago Hewitt w a compelled to take ed her Friday No clew At Muacie lnd John Wilson and to his bed The family was poor aud could not have a doctor tin daily at Earl Eier the latter 10 year of ape C St Ii nce but he left word to be sent were struck by a C for if any change occurred iu the switch engine and seriously injured Kiler boy has entered suit for patients condition land Mr Wilson forSSOOO Saturday nipht at 11 o dock Hewitt A telegraphic statement from New became irrational and eatled on his wife who was in constant attendance York stating that Mis- - Winnie Davis to pray for hhn she was about to the Dauphter of the Confederacy call her brother who wasjssleep with would vote the republican ticket this D olorado is positively denied by the children in another room when A Hayes her brother-in-la- w the patient dropped into a heavy slum- Mr ber The wife who wasfatipued by After eluding the police for two her Ion vigil grasped the opportunity weeks Levi Winkle the murderer of a- was captured at Ev- to take a little sleep and threw herself wearily on the bed with the children an ville and taken to Terra Haute Two hours later she was startled by a Sunday night lie killed Williams in noise in her husbands room and peer a quarrel because Williams accused intr through a small window she was him of improper relations with his horrified to see him standing in the wife center of the room nutia with his Police Officer Christopher Oilum was underclothes lyinp on the floor in set up ii by a crowd of Negroes at w j Six thoi in atten- daiK e at the vearlv liicetinir of Xorth Who foniwrly resiild In Connecticut but who now resides in Honolulu write- Pat years my wife 1 liave ami nseu Ayers Hair t if or lim w NEW HARDWARES I have openoti a Sew Hardware 8 ami hall hamlle the host line in to -- COOKING STOVES WARE HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ TIN ROOFS tber gray beaded wiiiie or bald When asked laiwuur liaii hai Us ciiler and fullness we reply ity the use of Ayers Hair -- nothing el e I CDTLERY GUTTERING AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS I Iu handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows In- - nit all None better 5Ji5 l was nearly keH aiui the hair kept fall- - every day Ayers Tralr Vigor and in out I I al o have in connection a Tinshon with Y D Back lev beat tinner in tl a charge Guttering anir on liort notice r-- T i I miTjtnxtriru-utvririrLrutJTTij- lid II red her ton se c 1 L TT r r virinrinj LruTSTJxrLm very ISSn it not only checked any further loss of hair bat produced an entirely new giaala which lias remtneil Itixtiriant and itlussy to this day I can recommend this reparation to all in if a penuine hai restorcr It s all that it is claimed to be Autouio Alarrun tkustrop Tex ELDERS BARGAIN STORE A t AYERS ONE price bouse Alwaye the HAIR VIGOR ONE CENT Will buy a Writing TaV a paper of v a paer of Pin a bail of Tape a Thimble Gent- - White Ties a Tacks Lead Penciis and main other ai nta for elsewhere -- STOVES Do You THI TWO CENTS Will buy one dozen Safety Tins Hair cil with tip Pin- - a card of Hooks and Eyes fine Lead Pen Need Stoves shreds - Â¬ Â¬ inquiry a 1 Fourth Uon David 11 Jfi the -- imery Murray to have day ck khinday morninp the mo ii la a Irof iuW i tractive rainstorm of the y over this locality flooding cellar ing out new street ae by past two weeks struck Y A 1 have Wyanfs i an I on and Inlian latin stnetswas by lirlit- - that i vilii lintv Henry uuoi the Uuxc J two D voodva ferrmp it into a lake injr hop- public as in -- destroying rown - icinstitu- At the same time it will be nce- i cr w v I a county bell l HATS- r i fii Will M and rendering it for the owners to reach thKixirt from all directions indicate great damage but no fatal Â¬ v lT I ex- - county Lincoln county on Bub ities Original U 11 when the periu I assent I ownership ear future Bat in view of tb I likely to Ik-- in the suppose the commission b which will be - Thl faior Mr Iays uld s Ide sin- - Trent Ai1 linptnii eounty vice Stepheu Cal Euclid bin resigned Geo J s1 T M ipned Hart county vice m 1 1 Fourth made A H nt men lie li- - eounty lllo Hardin vice A 1 le forfeited ed by iicnt Em- - to forfeit their char- - All uli July Id dc- - libmittcd iv in to thjs state thc wrortp or irdiue w- Win at- - Ii - i tt of the strike cutting of wapes and tae lnUse up- o a aaaiiw hwral manape- n jiiti at etincur therein lle said furt part in the tem in on the n that they could get no Mi Pullman nor Mr as as much to blame for the as the local management llow- I am free to make this In the ameodxueot and it vw so or meritTin re never would have wa- enrsre3 at ike at Iullmau if ecn in closer touch with and there never would a strike there if rents had - jttri enpth Mr i Mr to aui - 41 n - cd in I Ly also believe that in I inTk of the which was run on t tarjCsrUsie Senator Murphy rr Cue linroodiale fkre rnalism as this one was the at er should have shared the brunt o hi- - BBBBhli e hard times with its employes at have cut wapes so much tn reptiriltkn iiuc Mr ardwardine stated that he ustor Murphy s twolutlon we Mr Debs to declare the liorcott off also Hnrsi N basinssa of lmrioee and the latter did s but the railroad acted The wajrs aadsaeaai oaant crs refused to accept his prop i- proportion to the cut Ml ibT1- - l li imi an elect deuce of County Clerk lame II New man at Totnnkinsville was struc lightning and nixm a white clol a Hour barrel was found a perfect imprint from a newspaper that nail been The cloth waa reversed imprint n and read like the type in a form but in every other detail was a perfect fac simile of tin print upon the newspaper upon the wail in who co imprint ed by many of the This leading ille iv purifier in tin- po of the Electric Light Co Loui killing Edward led instantly Land an eiup A cjivion county farmer has three pet blaekanakes in his ba n that the place clear of rats aud other ver- Â¬ min Bisaop Pint Fv has written a letter the Kentucky di ion in to sell TiiK following democrats were nom inated for the county offices iu Carlisle L Price attorney county Judge T Tounp E Km surveyor B B Frank- ert Cary eoroutr J K Moore sheriff I C Kay jailer Bobin lenninps ied of Kkv A ci k a He was a member of at Cadiz Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stanley of Selma Ala was in t Sunday in of hi- sister Nilla who left her in anger with her parents and brother for opposing the attentions of She drew from her betrothed She was bank and disappeared to Philadelphia Kaltimore Cincinnati and Indianapolis but the indications now are that she went on ly stands hiph socially in Seima Her lover is aiding in the search Imm i Yonnar vi oi - Wmum Aa Vi sine in i killinp of the famous border I Ban lit ami His UifV aTWfcWL IfzxiCO Citv Hex Aug jn dier- una and his wife by a troop of solforty miles from this place has caused gieut rejoicing in Xamalejia The soldiers came unexpectedly on the notorious couple who immediately tKk refuge behind some rocks and opened fire The soldiers returned it and killed them both I 11 The Or osT Wash Aug SO Ob Satur Â¬ day morninp while Banking a binding through the surf at Jocreek fifteen miles north of Oraya Harbor a whale bout and crew of nine men in com mand of Lieut F II Crosby U S X of the United States court surrey steamer MeArthur was capsized and five men arc missing Cholera Inrreusinjr LrflrooaT Aug 80 The Times dis patch from Vienna state- - that from Thursday to Saturday there we aud 190 deaths from In Uuekowina the disease in ialicia M new auaua and SI deaths were re Â¬ ported in the same time Â¬ Â¬ ie Men Mlssinir on 1 ine in concluding his testimony f the com- it wa t Mr dont believe said Mr Card son t iil cja t At C I tia - pound oa theat arbitration and ship of railroads - to pive the men a fair show favored tar j- - Missouri wiU c ineiwee forty years Tut ofiieial count of the vote for con siona inaii in t d the t place in ii was nated by 1041 majority over tk lb were fifteen per cent lower in and a neigh burb than in Iullman and the water rents ofs Xobody 1ullman are exhorbitant was allowed to acquire projierty at 1 that county Full of D for suficiai retnrns of t preme Judges have been received bt from the bi OR Kashviiik Tenn Democrate A Aup is M At the Hreckinridge illersburp four were slaughtered barbecue at aud forty it son difssTflW - PuUa parsonage waa so hiph that no pain vcr pot ciiouph salary to irdiue said he knew that in to lie evicted a con- - he aggregate for governor in i oppo- - Hood of Canadian Wool BAJ n f er liviny near of Athens was horribly lacerated by a mni tiop The other morning hydroÂ¬ He will probable be phobia developed taken to Alliance O where a ruad is owned Physicians say the ver Chicken Thief A man in Scranton Pa missed three or four of his black Hamburg pullets and made up his mind that his i bors big cat was the thief in wait for the culprit with a shotgun not a and presently there apj dog cat but a small black a ran which seized a lit1 A Canine KN0WLE1 Brl to t emont Hnd nt when at Iullman I Tim 1 part of his whei u law t X iix rpviitinT a nt i 4 the at he - Read who had fired two pistol shots at him The recent shipment of Texas cattla W ILL BK A NECESSITY WE HAVE BOTH into Linn alio Anderson counties Kan anil the statement that they were in Â¬ In fact we have everv thjtMj in the heat fected with Texas ft cr W causinp and cooking line ies have al much fear among the stock men of nf liecn large th- - a-on and even Is stated tl ea tern Kai aa It nas head of native cattle have already died from As their connection with a large num the recent ber of railroad men iu St Paul are COME and my inakini- - arrangements to leave claim Â¬ ing to have lieen placed on the A EEATING STOVE A COOSXUG All this happened in less time than it no pl all the railroads and cm secure rty nave made prelimin STOVE A EA2TGZ A GSATE to relate it and not a sound ary to go to South Af- arra 1 but Mrs Hewitts brother was others are talking of goin AND EVERYTHIV NECESSARY TO and grasping th situation BraziL ACCOMPANY THEM StCH rnsled to save his sister from her to maniac husband The latter with a power born of FiroSri Hearths Chimnoy Tiles THE MARKETS frenzy threw Pun ell to the floor like INK ATI AaS eass caoisiag uxoasiu as a child and pouncing upon him drove Ktotf s the knife through t e prostrate mans HRinr EFoRns Cele- mW shoulder into his left breast Apain iihle at ti WROlGMT S knife and Purcell liKe he ra Ira ai l TSuJ HKA I EJ md Cast U ves ward uff the his aiiiSsii altc blows with hi- - ripht hand with the re- Â¬ ru k at M sult that his fingers were almost Mc CO CLAUDE inlied severed from the hand Tnrninp from Purceil Hewitt rushed track rive sold a Bab to the room where his children Ha Bleeping peacefully unconscious of the InuersWS Catt terrible occurrence until tlie frenzied Q4lt ir to medi- fatiier with an awful lunLe attetimted Ul1 - A IS THE BEST VSAL to cut the head off Adele the eldest V WIJWSM NOSa JEAKlNG common and uu v K00 His a so child who slept on the outside 5 CORDOVAN aim was unsteady and he only suc in cutting a frightful gash on the childs neck and shoulder 35 PCLICE3SOLL3 common She awoke with a wild shriek which Market steady caused her father to drop the knife 2ji75S0YSSC Mark t and rush headlong from the room Extra P LADIES Into the front rim he dashed nnd in troi-- common to lair the next instance he plunged through HAiriM rr A Bestdongci4 o window to the ground below where WUXAT No 2 I he was picked up a few minutes later WL DOUGLASs unconscious anil bleeding front a hole BROCKTON A1A55 d Aufrusc bv purchaius L Von cud enTe mrn on the top of his head W MO liutit S The childs shriek had aroused John Oats -- No 2 white western 37c No mixed advertised sho ta fie Terhcne and his son They found a price on the value by bid Kit Hewitt naked ou the street He had the bottom XZW YoBK Auff 18 Otr shoes prices and th received concussion of the brain and RTB Nominul and died at 7 oclock There are slight WBBAT No 2 red store and elevator cry ces for the value gixe of the recovery of Mrs Hewitt STc Si hopes ite If yottl ke Take aud her brother The child is painful- Â¬ red 50 dealer cannot supply you we cau Sold by ly though not necessarily fatally Oats 57 JACK FREEMAN wounded 3 33c N J whL S tl WELSH lh tubus Kx Gov Kohinnons Foneral Aug 20 The LAViiKNtK Kan kiio O Aue is funeral of Cov Charles Uobinson the r tc Whea- tNo - red cash first executive of the state took place n- here Sunday afternoon It was at- Â¬ Coiin No 2cp U rJc No 2 yellow cash tended by thousands of people includ- Â¬ ing many state officials and other old No 2 mixed ATS -- No 2 white cash S3c a h I citizens from various parts of the state V STUART JONES Proprietor 17c lirt The services were conducted by Rev Novc nbere 8754 Clov G C Ilowland of the Unitarian February church PiTT kuh Ann 18 Pure Whiskies Wines Cattis Prime Lightning Fires a Church jood butchi Siiawnkk 0 Aug 20 This vicinity 3 15 fair lit Brandies c was visited at 1 oclock Sunday morn- - And n 6 aud LUO fresh cows and linp by a terrible electrical storm in Cure 3 year old Jett whiskey at 2 r gallon the midst of which the Methodist best York Episcopal church was struck by light- Â¬ srs Vitb common to lair Yurkcm ibAViii 15 I have engaged the services of Mr Robt ning and immediately took fire The pigs Jb 50 Ternll as bartender who wdl be pleased to N Y Aug- 18 fire pot a pood start but with the aid have his friends call and see him Cati of the rain and the bucket brigade fhe W STlART MIXES Harnett House Saloon flames were extinpuished before the church was wholly destroyed hoic lOSUS K5 Second Street 40 39 New Coiumeircial Treaty Madbid Aug 2a The commercial ins O00I lamon ft On treaty between Spain and the Argen- Â¬ omrrii air to tine republic negotiations for which ood Sltxi KM have been in i for some time 175 mined sheep i CINCINNATI and ST LOUIS By its provisions een concluded Chicago Auk is I Spain for a period of two years will WITH Cash QroTATii-xslu5il not raise the duty imposed on meats PALACE SLEEPING CARS No 31 i rntf wheut VV- Arpentina and the latter country 1 will lower the duties on Spanisn wines ST LOUIS and WASHINGTON D C S U MVBtcriooglT Mtuing VIA No 2 burh Omaha steb Aup So William A BIG FOUR ROUTE TM Snyder a well known Xebraska mer- Â¬ Olg 19 Cattis iooil chant and manager in the state of the The elegant service offered by the Big lumber 3 ards has been mys Four between Cincinnati and St i for a w ttriousij Night trai excelled by no other line eb and that composed of new cars throughout coaches of the latest improved pattern aad Wjgner community is beinp Sleeping Cars in servie tor the rtist time friem I lay trains have Iarlo and Drawing Room 1 reports hi- ml Exquisite Cms and linnu vn tin Sate Side rs lie- Through Palace Buffet s HU Drink A well known htwyer on circuit in iweeii hesa- mow via li the north h the how a cer t his peake jti r ho iliiLn tr Ser- verdict meeting him one da ventured 1 Sell repliod he Im a No U2 plalrj man and I like to le fair to I d everyone what the wit- - or addrt ueascs say ai bj what the MAk rmmp a jTO by what nt of y tried at it tho man 1 Â¬ Peforc she could move he rushed into wl at on the side of the bed and aid Del my hour some I have got to die- - For Gods fake pray for me The next instant he darted out of the into the kitchen and before his wife divined bis intention he with a large carving knife in right rendered the ttrri bis band fied woman speechless and unable to move and in the next instant be nlutired the lone keen blade into her shoulder inflictim a wound sis inches As he raised the kuife for an other blow Mrs Hewitt grasped the blade with her left hand and he drew it away almost severing the hand in the room and to -- -- morning and badly mal treated In self defense he fired into the crowd and in tanly kilted Enoch Saturday teenth and Carr streets St I COLD WRATIIRR WILL SOON BE UPON YOU AND A Â¬ Will bu y o commercial Envelopes o heet commerce Bail Padlock with two kevs Hair inelie- - cake of Pa iii Men- one dozen Collar Button and manv other articles toonu Indigo Blue Calico 4l2c 4 4 Sea Iand 4 4 Bleached Dome tic c AAA Heavy Cotton 42c Cti-bra- FIVE CENTS 40 eve- - n no STOVE OR A GRATE IF YOU WANT SHOES ou w01 SAVE MONEY lit ou V cant be beat come and see then nothing to look w n are m ne and see BUANDEI 4 iioe that Im selling at only --- 2 TIIA T MInland - shoe- - I will ell you matting for per tard worth mc Ladies c up worth double Lace Curtains 49c xk 75c 91c Poles com and 5 7 i c 10c Ladies Vests B c up Silk Thread 100 vard spoo- t box French Blacking 4c Bins Knee Pans 20c 1 lic 2o iis open and shut Fans m- - x 10c Given Satisfaction LACES AND EMBROIDERIES We cant de cribe the be comprehend that offered - line You will have to see them bcore vou cau Torchons VaW Point de Ireland prices are at Ink 4c Mucilage 4c It consists Our embr ot fine Linen- - and not be equaled Our 101 I Clothir goods are bou Mv real bargain- - lor CASH M0TT0 Opposite i UNDERBUY UNDLRSLLL CASH EL Ion T I RICHMOND KY l SMITH qjui jnjTJTJxn fT nsinsmn runriju njxr W CI CUAr L Douglas TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Firm HAVE A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE HARDWARE COOKING STOVES BEATING STOVES GRATES TINWARE and FARMEN IMPLEMENTS Cooking He the MODEL STEEL RANGE None like it It is dui nvenien economical and Saves labor try one Champion ra IN Sll Pand are jir We have ii to do tin rooting putterins and other work on si D B 1 -- vou need V a- 4- yi- - THYLOR BROTHERS lt Main Street Richraond LrtJUTJTJLririrvn unjiJTjuTj-uTj-LrMtrLriruijx- 3uu TjiXLrinjTjtjLaruiru ltltjutju rLnrtruTrunarijTXiXUJTXU ruTJ is s S C If you need hardware GarnettHouseSaloo nails bar iron earpen s felloes ji ic lisins or farming iinplernente of anv kind call on 1 5 Im rrut 111 The Vulcan rtruTnxiriXLrm nrtru Lrxri 1 5 S Chilled Plow FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST Hardwara an1 G mjTjxrLnjrruxruTJiriruviJTrijiriri Eichaoal- - rocarv Firs in a is Decidedly The g Rttt JJXT-TLTL-- - rinrurririj-iAriruxrirtnj- A full Stock of fresh rnt ries E soldi tivins choice line of iueens- 5 ware At 5 Salt seed lime cement seel oats - iitatoe6 and fcrass seeds o1 every kind can be boujiht at ivnvw yrntQ t leui ckru -- uirutro M 17 m 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN SOLID VESTI3ULED TRAINS Lt 1 I Oca 1 to shoot cred l Sct- husud a of the he itng done f or he q all iCH IlasoTon QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE M liil riji of Iiri Sh j tn- - n been stolen Katslna fotton ie cotton field 1 Tin -- e trenieu X TT AXT3E3 SOMU re artl- - Desirable Property for Sale ARTIES jug mini nu THEeLIMAXOFFiCECHASSPOW THE CLIMAX SOH TIITON Editor WKDSBSDAT BV FTBUtHtS ITUY The Climax Printing KM K Co v of Harford and know that it Democracy is bath powerful ami ripw an can not fail to feel the sting of the resolutions But a district meeting of ltepiihlicaus earn Ked of several counties has end iormans course This a greater hlow than the action ol the iKTuorrats A 1 emN rat is a Ktrange sort of Democrat when DeoKNTats denounce hiui and Re IKli - KAK Al f 15U publicans eulogize him KOLXD LCXilC Tir WEDNESDAY AZVEBTISIKG EA1EE c - - Su MonthK V l 1 hret - ioc r - r a s hool always for the Where thxl has failure of its students failed powci to develo so say it some Well and truly said ton no more made all chil- Â¬ dren genii- ic made al ti ilies Its time to tjnit preaching that He every Ikiv can lieconic 1residciit Ioiit condemn cant he wont and its a gnat llit untry to say nothing i the harut enough enough inilustry some not euongh ambition and a many not enough brains ScIkhJ AFTER THE HUSBANDS CCCi t w fc Z h ints i cents a line i for 6 rt DEMOCRATIC TICKET s aOi L VctREAKY ef Madison Cor- JAMfcS K J 11 CLERk FOR COl NTV The City of New York boast of a unique organization It is called the C society for the rdnrtion andicforaiof J Husbands It now- has a memoership and mahlv wives of 133 wo ll and when IM have deen enrolhil no further applications for nienihershi will be received The societv bat yet made known to the public how it intends to go about the work of reforasa- tion Of course there are many Done diets in the land who need a good dote of letornation and if the organization succeed in bringing some of them to S sense of their dutv the dose will he a matter of secondaty consideration It is taken lor granted that the societv in New York will in the course report progress and then two we may look for similar organisations throughout the country Derelict bosb should reform at i JuHN h F Will IF AX ENGLISH VIEW OF IT I SHIEIIF Our British cousins have a very hard time making out our situation in America One of the leading jK risic jiihx r Britains Isle the Bethlehem tar has just printed the following lucid diatribe BKOAl A big revolution is now going on in the Cnited States of America and there rK is little doubt that the government will MIIWAKIG MtOWK be Moated The dictator Del is baa driven from hi- - place and he and his ministers are now hiding in the mountains The greatest trouble has leen exjieriencetl in the mpital of fc EDITORIAL nWKrSPOMIKM Chicago where irovcr Cleveland the ring leader of the reln ls has obtained complete control The railroad track at nu nK- - that place were lorn up and thrown into the Mississippi river a stream considera the bly longer than the Severn and the ltd a n n incut meiulier stock yards where the government pala has made se eral e situate bare been raze to the iv recently in ground The trouble was started by his re-- man mimed Pullman who baa a strong littcn to me in Ma Â¬ bold in the mountains of Illinois one of ne wall I i the ii lerable province- - of the years ajM In country 1 he man Pullman nianufact- n- says that he baa made attic car Â¬ I - r sum nominate by the Iknnocrats in State Convention and that party having car-Â¬ ried the legislature he was elected to - Senate without a question be-Â¬ ing raised on the Democratic side The term of Senator CuHora licing aliont to expire the Democratic State Convention nominated Mr MacVcagh in his place He w ill lie just as much a candidate 1 he people as any person on the State ticket and every I Vmocratic member ofthe legislature chosen will be ex Practic- Â¬ pected to vote for MacVcagh ally therefore this will prove an election by the people Tlie Pcptiblican State Convention is soon to assemble and the Democrats having thrown down the challenge it So far only will no doubt lie taken up two candidates have been prominently mentioned nanieiy Cullom the present incumbent and Mason formerly a Rep tative in Congress Both are strong meii but Cullom is likely to be selected At any rate some one will lie selected and indirectly voted for by the Kepuhli re The contest will be n the Republican and Democratic candidates precisely in effect as it was lietween Lincoln and Douglas in that memorable campaign which immediately preceded the war and that led up to the nomination of Lincoln for President on tlie Republican side and Itouglas on one side of a divided Democratic party When the General Assembly meets for the election ol a I S Senator there tote there will be no bargains or sales there will Ik- - no dark horses Parties will he united and cast their votes according to the nominations made in State conventions This w ill serve to prevent the corrupt- Â¬ ing intluetice which so often controls elections for members of the General Assembly To a large extent nominations br these posftioneare made not on the ground of fitness but regardless of proper ualitications and chiefly with reference to the vote to e cast for 1 S Senator ihio in the conventions one year hence should follow the example of Illinois and uoininate candidates for D S Senator In November I8B6 tlie niemliers of the General Assembly will be chosen and the C 8 Senator having previously been selected in State convention by the rcprcsenatives of the Republican party there would lie more freedom in chosing candidates for the Legislature and better judgment would be uiicjiicstioliably exercised If the Repnbiieana who will probably meet first should throw down the challenge to the Democrats i is rea sonable to exiect that it would be ac Â¬ cepted An is ue would thus be joined that would be acceptable to the neenln Most aaanredly it would serve to elevate the standard uf the LcgislatuJe and at the same time give dignity and charac- Â¬ ter to whoever might be chosen senator We are mi far in advance ol the time for action that opinions may now be ex d as to the policy without involv Â¬ ing personal reference- It is juite too early to select candidates but it is not v to decide upon a plan that if adopted will lie sure to advance the in of the State by securing better men to legislate and destroying even suspicionof corruption Ga- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nal habits are hard to overcome when prejudice has betel allowed to and ereep in tlie task ia more difficult Southern pine and other woods have had to contend with both trade customs and lice not only in the Northern and ni markets of our own country but also in the markets of Europe tiradu aiiy these objections have been over Â¬ come the stvle has changed so to speak and at last these valuable woods are be- Â¬ ginning to be nsnnjbffjn all the markets and oak have rapidly disappeared from the Northern forests and yellow pine is now replacing them Where strength and durability when exposed to the weather are vital questions no wood ban lie found that isBuiierior to Southern iuart pine Then is no nation who lias so thoroughly searched the forests of the globe as the English for the beat wood for building material and they have gone to the most distant jxirtiuns of the world for what they found to he best adapted Any in certain lines of construction expression from those who have investi Â¬ gated the subject as Englishmen have should have great weight w ith those les familiar with the value of the various Â¬ Rice cleaned Rice McKinlev 1 11 i Sen nrrcleanod McKinlev fr41 Senate 4108 Oranges lemons and limes McKinley SBC 12 to M Senate 12 to unshelled McKinley Peanuts Senate 20 Extract oi meat McKinley 17itSenate 15 Scrap iron McKinley 47Jt Senate - 2H47 q 25VI steel McKinley 43 Senate Senate Bar iron McKinley 25toW 10 to SB Bars of rolled iron McKinley 6177 Senate 44 Boiler or other plate iron or steel McKinley b- - Senate 25 Rails of steel McKinley oS l Senate SUtji Sheets of ron or steel common or black McKinley Si to 70 Senate M to Hi Tin plates McKinley 7841 Senate Â¬ tlie extra length of hose Violations lay the consumer liable to have the water This comes cut off without notice from the companys chief attorney and or private so serving cucumbers watermelons an1 ice manager and I presume it is the bw is an you must put up or hush up water as a part of the daily diet It all conquering combination if you only Has a nerson the right out of his own give it time It is a wonder that the among the better claases of hydrant to sprinkle his neighbors vard death rate people which consider this combination or street leeauaa he He has not Answer a necessity during the hot weather does not increase 50 per cent Ice water is agrees in a contract with the Water on the greatest bane of the thpe as it is Company that he will nse the water away easily obtained and most frequently his own premises and not give it most And yet many men and women Water in Richmond like whisky costs used your neighbors wise in other respects wonder why they smoney consequently lla f r g ihint feel well during the summer sea Â¬ ought not t can on you on treat to this one of the luxuries free son ian to a Buffalo Express reporter ion at auv lingbonote time at an 00 Will Farley says fishing ia good now especially one dav in seven Ioc Mitch Â¬ ell says he has to dig all the bait- - Judge Rice says he will not gs fishing on SunÂ¬ of life Mv bov was taken with a disease resem The first thing 1 bling bloodv tlux Colic llliniahl of was Chamberlains SffiM ITS FLY TIME AT OUR STORE FLY- - day 00 not plentv of water just tap the fire Lell and in three minutes the Ikivs will show you Big fires iu Richmond are things of the If you Cholera ind Diarrhoea Remedy Two think Richmond has woods FASHIOXK THIN AT NEWPORT KK- oatensj nu- - os and have written him that htm nianv time 1 a RES A IR LAW ona m - nilUISIII irlo waists uaiiiim sum l - VtliinjE he bat in K In i ircnter the bead m of another tali le the way is dte- lIi to accominiMlate id team IVsidus these an peaaaeje The arc several teste is intention t laid of to- ban ttou on the Hume estate il he thinks is a in the county He has hal U trs experi ence aul knows tiiatccu when he r that to Ufcanlarneand c walk tlirouli it - irupotnible He esti mate the crap at rJOOponnae nar acre ijKits to gel 10 cents a MiiiniJ Cut m May Me ks liar a Meeks etetef the chief cutter He has a record of Si J hills a dav and is go- Â¬ ing U try for luoo A snad days work Itivatiou has been eas thi year and worms remarkably scarce In a lettei from Hon GaneajS K der Ui me he enclos lowing in- - Louisville again sustained isition as the greatest tolracco market in the world At a sale conducted at the warehouse of J B ltielitf A Co the worlds record was beaten in the sale of a hogshead of Hurler tobacco at - tlie high Iter hundred pounds at price paid for ltC crop in any market and is ruite a feather in Louisa illes cap In SSMstens three other hogshead wire sold at the high rate of 1775 tM r hundred resiiective- -Â¬ Â¬ formatiou ly ALREADY A EETTUI FEEI Now that the tariff is alxjitt settled in Congress and manufacturers and busi ness acs generally have a Itasis of asiaa--un- g letter and will continue aa grow in the right direction A good many changes will take place in n some articles of uierchandise conj gher and some lower hut raostiy new tariff hill has made many redoetiona The U tter the hill is known the lietter it will lie liked Â¬ a NV IN TStOCBLE Democrat- - f Barfasn tmmtf Maryland in na convention assembled wsanimously adopted the subjoined reso- M of tlie Ieuotracy of repudiate an and trail 1iiatora from Merylu rissly udnreprasetit behest ot tlie augar trust and Other com bines That Senator Oonnans aspersion ol Pkeaident Cleveland a pat not ic nrse uerits atid receives our nnqaaiised condemnation That it is wth the acts oi a 6ca- - erver will detect in the Aineri an increasing want of respect lor the laws under which they dug which Issle-- no g r country on re taken to check the evil d with oar free government to law and the ener- itiofl to enforce the law which riand Jcrmany and France om- - would indeed le an eminent wliere we not only made our own laws but compelled our selves and each other to obey them The loose idea of our citizens concerning the majesty of the law is not often manifested in matters of great moment for then the sense of self prcsei nation awakens them to the stern necessity of upholding the law at all hazard- - but in iamportance in the ordina math ry affairs of life it is painfully apparent Wehe eiinumeration ot instance our list would either lie a verv long or a very incomplete one but we shall mention a few by way of illustia tion which will show firist that our citizens are ijdilleront to the enforce ment of the law in minor matter- - unless they are directly interested therein and consequently that it has become juite difficult and in some easel inis sible for a citizen to obtain the enforce ment of the law when be is directly in toi the general tone of tlie tribunal the jury or the official as tlie cam any Ik- - lM ing that it is a trilling matter and does not amount to anything anyhow second that even those citizens who would e indignant if you called them lawless feel themselves justified iu viy lating the law provided it dote not in moral turpitude il the piovision of that law do not happen to accord with their views of what should be third that a large proportion of our popnlatian including many who really know lietter act on the principle that the law was uiade for everybody except themselves The laws of tresiass afford little or no protection to tlie landowner If he at tempts to prevent tlit trespass himself he runs the risk of jicrsonal altercation if he attempts to punish it legally he will liud no end of trouble expense and delay and finally he will come bsntnaa Jnatioe and a jury whose view of aha question is What difference does it make anyhow The excuse is often made that you can not enforce a law which is contrary to publie opinion In the first place this is not true and in the second place every citizen who linds in the law a restriction which is irksome to him at once looks upon himself as the emliodiment ol public opinion We niake our own laws and they are supposed to embody our public opinion if they do not it is our own fault and if they are objectionable to the majority we can repeal or change them in due course The surest way to get rid of an obnoxious law is to enforce it strictly m laws are in force they should be obeyed and eniateed and eduty of every citizen to see that ee whether belie personally interested or not We may condemn a law we may think it unwise unjust harsh foolish or what you choose but nd all this should he the g that it is the law and so long as it exists it must he obeyed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ V Â¬ YATIIIINO Material DOW gives place to ornamen- Â¬ tation in muslin batiste or organdy il glance being al ways be-stowedjupon tl almost all trimming is now centred and al Â¬ though the seashore is scarcely the locality win peel a predom inance of these light fabrics vet for mid day or early afternoon osuiiies nothing - in such general f favor The attractive simplicity of the single skirt is not al marred by two or three - or a circular flounce but the salient point is the ribbon trimmed waist whether there ia a single strap on each shoulder just on the sleeve seam or live six or sevenstraps diverging from the collar each finished off by artistic loops or knots without ends With more than two sraps theusiial foundation is a tote cape or a deep lace ruflle attached to the collar then again in direct contrast is a ribUm Ihiw perched on each shoulder and a third in frout aliout on a line with dm ends of those on the shoulders Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ white sins Msnoai lively used in all light colors and natter of course collars and belts are in exact harmony Two rihlion straps passing over tlie shoulders some times with the addition of shoulder knots and reaching the lielt about four inches apart with a OMaearanj strap at the bu t a aaeond one a little lower down and two long ends at front and bnefc hanging nearly to the hem of the skirt is ranted a ribbon harness a charming accessory for young girls Not unfreijuently where wide lace is draped arenas the shoulders somewhat simiiar to a rmiiil yoke liblnin is used as a heading knotted at intervals of a few inches Ootor combinations show a marked partiality for pink on black rose pink with a lighter shade a touch of black with anything green grid helio toapn blue in pale baas bluet blues and navy a great deal of yellow lavender crimson and many golden brass tints lend their varies shades in either Mowers ribbons or uiaterkds OMY A rWW si isltl WAISTS are seen as yet and thoee are eilher tented from the yoke to the licit at back and front or the yoke may be slashed with the lower part plain 01 three plaits from collar to belt is a third design but always tan re filled with accordion-plaited chiffon or silk muslin over Oldored linings Slashings vary in width and when aliout an inch wide jet apntn e edging ire a very hands 11 The Southern Lumberman says A glowing account is given in the official report of the British Consul at len acola Kla of the industrial value possessed by the long leaf pine found in that region it licing superior to all the other species of pitch pine in strength and durability iu tensile strength ap- Â¬ proaching and perhaps surpassing that in cross bearing strength it rivals the oak requiring it is said lOoul jKiund- - pressure er square inch to break it and iu stiffness it shows a supriority The of M to 100 per cent over oak wood is much used for tlie construction of heavv work in ship building the inside and outside planking of vessels tak- Â¬ ing the deals and planks of the best quality for house building it is very largely used in the region of Pensacola and iu the construction of railroads viaducts and trestles material is foremost the finer grades and the curly varieties are admirably adapted for indoor work in stores and residences and for the manufacture of furniture This should be satisfactory to our ow n builders and macufacturers who have never aaad Southern pine and we pre Â¬ dict that it once used it will make for itself a place iu building and manufacturing and cannot be supplanted by any other wood The forest of pine are more extensive than thou of cypress yet the cypress stumpage of the Siuth is of nearly the same total value There is not a soft Wood in the markets that is as lasting and valuable and the public is finding this out very fast The New York Liimlier Trade Journal iu speaking of a shipment of cypr ccived in that city by Mason d Co says An examination of this stock shows it runs clearer than poplar and that the w iiiths are fully as good for the require of the consumer It r susceptible of a high polish il will last longer than any other wood except possibly cedar and is said to be ajangata preventative against vermin We have been far the la t few Wars consistently advocating the advantage-- of cypress and il is with great pleasure we note this departure made by Mes rs Mason A Co From this we see that this shipment of tryprem to the New York market is a departure one that the above men tioned journal has for years advocated iipii ingjthat cypress which is of a higher value as compared to the white pins or hemlock ot the North should long neglected in this tlie largest lumlier market iu the country The future has some good things in store lor Dixie and the developing of her timber supply is one of them Two birds arc bagged with one stone w lien a capitalist buys Southern pine or c press lands The timber is one source of protit and the tend after the tttebei is remov- Â¬ ed is another With the saw timber taken off the land is really more valuable and will bring more for farms than the original Now that the stock of ernmblinej over hard times dull times and no trade is exhausted men with money to invest had better hie themselves to the South and pick up a few bargains as against the lay when Southern pine and cypress lands will bring the prices now current for the few remaining scraps of the great white pine lorests of tlie Northwest Industrial American Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tin man u fact u res of McKinley Senate 35 Steel ingots etc McKinley 2 to 50 Senate 20 to 40 Wire nam McKinley 54 Senate 2207 Cast iron vessels etc McKinley 2007 Senate 17 Malleable iron castings McKinley S1S3 Senate 1037 Hollow ware McKinley 3V33 Senate 422 peat 00 of it settled the matter and cured I heartily recomhim sound and well mend this remedy to all petsona suffering I will answer any from a like complaint inquiries regarding it when stamp is inI refer to any county official as closed Wte Roach J P to my reliability Â¬ THIS IS HOW WE EXPLAIN IT I Â¬ Woolen ate 90 A son of one of the best farailes cruelly shot to death a leading merchant at Senate 05 to 204 Williamstown Ky bust Friday without Cotton cloth not over 100 threads not any provocation It is always in the 7 Senate 20 bleached MiKinley best families that these young KenMcKinley Cotton cloth blenched tucky murderers seem to be ored Ss I00 Senate 20 3 ciety in this State should revise it nomCables cordage and twine McKinley enclature a little and stamp the slayers 10 to 20 10 to 31 Senate of men andt hose who are unfortunate Bagging for cotton McKiuley fttJB enough to be tainted by their cm Senate free worst families not thebesr JJ yarns McKinley 27S0O Sen- Â¬ the UM For We used to Primroy Campbell county Tenn What a fast age this is have fire places six feet wide now we sale by W F Powers and T S Hvgan have little coal grates 10 incht s wide In this day and time if WO had the old fash Rviyi means Cigars without equal ioned fire places a great nany fools lOnt negect your insurance Powell would fall in and burn up Turley 31 00 Â¬ Â¬ Therefore if you want thttm to do it these prion irin the CASH with you 10 4 PeppeteJJ Bsmaphad Sheeting will fly at 3 l 4 ijet these ft takes the CASH to charge them Dnit ak M t- - gema a- - w af I 18 Peppetetl UssUeaehed Sheeting will Sjirits disilled McKinley Ol to 307 What about your insurance Turley Insure that big barn ley Powell Powell 3- Â¬ 3l Â¬ 3 Tur- Â¬ Fire is a g ool servaat but a bad Powell Ss Turley master Pcwell 3s Turley prompt and trust Â¬ 3 worthy 3- 9 4 PetiiM n 11 sntesdetd Sheeting will Hy at 16 4 cint- Manna rill ami Fruit of th- Iiteawanlc 5 Bleached Cotton will fly at 7 cent f Hoe Bleached Cotton will flv at 6 eiit- 7 New Fall Calicoes the beat will fly at iujjhanis will fly at 7i cent- New Fall Cotton Flannels a new line just received will r yarl flv from 7 to l cents worth 2 eesrtl lil AH Slimmer Comls will flv at prices greatly n 1 i tits ilu II Our entire line ot Kid Gloves will go at Fly el A blaze will start 8c Powell Terley lri luiiij Ormocrnt shawls woolen not above 40c per lb McKinley IfittJ Senate SO Knit fabrics not above 40c per lb McKinley ISO Senate Blankets McKinley OS to 134 Senate 45 Flannels not over 50c per lb McKin- Â¬ ley 05 to 104 Senate 25 to SO Silk partially manufactured McKiu- Â¬ ley 0050 Senate 20 Silk dress goods McKinley 50 SenÂ¬ ate 45 Silk rjbitena McKinlev 50 All other silk McKinley 45 Senate 45 GO Senate The father of the murderer is a druggist iu Williamstown and kept a low whisky dive in the rear of his store for years and it was not until two or three murders were committed in the dive that he abandoned his little side show Here it was probably that he son of one of the best families contracted the whisky habit as it is understood that be is a drunkard and pretty wile But it is a slander on Kentucky to clans such cattle M the best families as tie In the best families do not engage iu the saloon business Â¬ Â¬ 32 Powell Fire Turley pay all Are losses Powell ft Turley 3 2 Fire Powell We have the best companies 3- ii Turley Turley 3 2 Fire insurance Powell Your dealer sells Racimo Cigars Our tlSf Cloves will fly at in Gloves will flv at Our Our 1200 Cloves will flv at Ribbed 12 All our Lali - Jens the Flyingest Prices you ever bears1 ef 1 10 1 U fly at Our Ioc Vesta will flv at Our 20c Vests will fly at Our ioc Vests will flv at Vesta will fly at Our Vest- - will fly at Our -- 1 12 II 80 Writing drawing and other paper McKinley 25 Senate 20 McKinley 2272 Coal bituminous Senate 1212 Coke McKinley 30 Senate 15 Ixarther bend or elting and sole McKinlev 10 Senate 10 SenBoots and shoes McKinley 2 ate SO Manufactures of India rubber McKinley 0 Senate 25 Burrstone uiauufactuaed McKinley 15 senate free Cbnrponmam metal copper McKinley o4i Senate free Plates f copper not rolled etc McKinley IL00 Senate free Cider McKinley 152 Senate free Binding twine McKinley 0 17 Senate flee Paintings in oil or water colors McKinley 15 Senate free Slatuary McKinlev 15 Senate free Hatters plush McKinley 10 Senate free How s Thi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kenneth Bazemore had the good for tune to receive a small bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcca Remedy when three members of his family were sick with dysentery This one small bottle cured them all and he had W some left which he gave to Geo Baker a prominent merchant of the place lwiston N C and it cured him of the same complaint When troubled with dysentery diarrhoea colic or cholera morbus ghe this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result The praise that naturally follow its introduction and use has made it very popular 2 and 50 cont bottles for sale in W F Powers and T S Higan drugÂ¬ All our Summer Geesn will go at Flying IV FLY time is the gayest time of all the year to visit our store It ii simply the time when we put wing low priest t everything which we do not want to see and will not see in our store a month hence Wr V v iff a CASH I - liUfimJB SjaV Sriu jhEajanamnvW it CASH FLY PRICES Good Yours for Bnsy August Days tg Jb V E Wade Stonewall Tenn 4fe A Helpless Invalid Ended by Taking Hoods gists Kidney and Liver Trouble and Nervous Debility 16 Yearn of Suffering C QUESTIONS OF LAW Â¬ hWTRENG Main Street RICHMOND KY SDCCTXD BV STKIIIKN D KKISIf I Hood Co Lowell Maaa Any que-tc-- n uf wish t ii n which JliMvX sub- will question is asked in n The effects of Hoods Sarsaparllla to my eaae bar been truly marvelous wirds in tenjit te1 al a but the hit Â¬ is permit- r will be thirty Lie any other nexlicine I have ever taken years I was troubled with torpid llrer A It far surpasses For id kidney trouble anil nervous debility and was must Helplesa Invalid Wc offer One Hundred Dollars to ward for any case of Catarrh hat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Chenkv Co Props Toledo O We thr undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly Honorable in all business transaction and financially able to carry out any obligation made bv their firm WssTSt Tklax Wholesale DruggrtU Toledo O WuniNo Kivn n Marvin Whole sale Druggists ToleJo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tlie system Price 5c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free ers only will be an- swered and they must ncm in ou taitn otherwise they will receive no attention m 1llMAX su Â¬ Â¬ OLD UKIMDLER THE TWO BILLS COMPARED WiiVT THE mkISIEY AM liuRM AK BklCE IKOViDE in JIES1UKS The following is a statement of average ad valorem rates of duty of the McKin ley and the Senate bill on a number of principal items as complied bv the Treasury department Wherever duties areapecinc in either bill they were re Â¬ duced to ad valorem rates for purposes of comparison Camphor refined Mckinley bill 12lt Senate bill 10 Whiting dry McKinley Sen- Â¬ ate 7124 Greeted in oil putty McKinley ISO Senate 475 White lead McKinley 5H21 Senate ltls 9UM STlillKll lil IK AMI UUOWN VTII IXO SI ITS mew hat conspicuous the strijies arranged in jiointB at back and front with a yoke of tennthnini and as these are worn by very young people short sleeves are much in favor Crim Â¬ son or white revere invest the conventional blue flannel with some degree of novelty or anchors embroidered iu while on ilark blue or crimson savor of ng but one luxury supplements another when after a dash in the surf 2277 Iron in free use is made of that most deligntful Â¬ Bicarbonate of soda McKinley 0017 Senate SOLL Bi chromate of soda McKinley 20 Senate 25 Manufactures of glass McKinley 40 Senate io Cylinder glass polished unsilvered McKinley 20 to 04 Senate IS to 4s Plate glass fluted etc McKinley 40 to 04 Senate 37 to 43 Plate glass unsilvered cast etc McKinley S to 174 Senate SK to 122 Plate glasses cast sivered above 24x 04 McKinlev Senate JI2S Cylinder and crown glass silvered McKinley 43J8 Senate 277 Bpeeteck McKinley 60 Sen ate 3o Stained or painted window glass McKinley 4 V Senate fit McKinley 26 Senic Iron ore McKinley 1270 Senate Â¬ Country people do not know how well off they are Strikes and labor riots dont bother them They go right along plow- Â¬ ing their corn hoeing their tobacco and cutting their wheat and have no knowledge of how badly the rest of humnauitv suffers We have never entered a country home vet w here there is not plenty to eat and that of the very best The farmer is the level headed workingnian He never strikes and he is seldom a pauper or a beggar Wheat may drop to 40 cents What is ideo kleptomania and the a bushel hut he goes on plowing and penalty therefor R sowing and Iwrvestiug just the same Answer Ideo means an idea or A ninety Lmtii r thought Kleptomania is the term used 00 to designate a natural inborn propen- Â¬ Woe unto them that join house to sity to steal Kleptomania may or may house that lay field to field till there be not constitute legal irresponsibility no place that they may be placed alone Kaeh case is to be governed by its con iu the midst of the earth Isaiah 5 v 8 couiuiitant circumstances The term as 00 you use it is a species of plagiarism against If the marriageable young man doesnt which there is no law unless its use is so succumb to the pressure brought to bear flagrant as to violate the copyright proupon him this season to inveigle him into tection of the particular author plagiari the meshes of matrimony his nerves are zed from certainly made of rubber or his susceptie bilities are blunted beyond revivification Has a Deputy County Clerk the right Cupid lays iu wait for him at the lawn under the law to take depositions party at the reception with its adorn Â¬ Ex a Ml NEK mentsferns flowers paham and endNo Answer The provision of the less brilliancy and twenty and the smiles civil code naming the clerk cf a court as of bewitching maidens who are ready oue of the officers before whom rjamord willin anxiojs and waitin and who tions may be taken does not confer must get there this season or they will upon a deputv clerk the power to take be placed on the old maids list depositions that duty being quasi judi- Â¬ How doth the tusy little maiden cial Vide civil code section bYl Improve shining Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Is a law providing for compulsory edu Â¬ cation constitutional f Parent It has been no heed by the Answer courts of last resort in some of the States One of the opular phases of lolice powÂ¬ er at this time is the education of the children at public expense and whatever may be the view one may hold on the question of compulsory education no one can successfuliy deny the right oi the State to maintain free schools at public expense provided the atteuilance therein he left to the discretion of the 1 do not believe the parent or guardian law is constitutional for if the control of children is a parental right instead of a privilege or dutv which is certainly the km the State has no legal right to inter- Â¬ fere with the parental authority nnissj the parent is morally depraved or insane It is however probable that under the influence of sociological forces now at work compulsory education will nenttete quite general at least to the extent of re- Â¬ quiring every child within specified age to attend some school It is upon this view of the case that compulsory educa- Â¬ tion laws have been held constitutional in some of the States Â¬ I have been taking nodes Sarsaparllla for thrs months and I feel that I am cored I feel better now than I bare for sixteen years I thank God first Inr my hearth and C I Hood Co second for Hoods Saisaparllla I have recoi rc-- mended It to all my neighbors and several of them are using Hoods Harsapartlla with good results I am 53 years old and feel better than I did at 40 Mks E Wadi Stonewall Tenn Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and efflcicutly on the liver and bowels J HoodsCures l HOEVER YOU ARE HEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE 7 TABLERSniT BUCKEYE CURES a OINTMENT HOTHINQ - rial P l c Come to Us and I Can Satisfy You If you want clean tender juicy steaks call on us We keep None hut the best betohera eSapHM best meat of all kind- make a specialty of delivering meat promptly and at the eXSi is wanted Ladie e iecially inviteil to call and SM our new shop the way we do business I BUTPIIES cunt in gwnc miu rcoTAiu niDC WKnintrw vvnt known for 15 years as the SBEST KfcmtPT TOr KILfc5n BOLD BY ALL lKVOGI9Tfl rtrsa CT wuiiAeVkfaujt jlei j bi iuuie DOUGLAS TURPIN CO C Architects 204 ail Builders RICHMOND KY T WELLS Manager L lAiN STREET Will furnish plans and specifications for all kinds of buildings and superintend same at the lowest prices Will also contract any work in our line We are pre pared to do the finest work on short notice 4 2o Â¬ Â¬ CO A L For the naaaws of I8H M I have secured the exclu ive agen sale ot TAX NOTICE at Jack Freemans store D R 1 The W00LDRIDGE JELLICO COAL The City Tax is now due The origiual and genuine Red Ash Smith Jellie Please cali and settle Office 2 The NORTH JELLICO COAL FREEMAN City Collector Excelled by no Jellieo coal in this market except the Wealth 3 The ORIGINAL and GENUINE BEATTnTILLE Also favorably known as Kentucky River Coal mined bv ti tal Creek Coal Co from the Old Creek Miss COAL 4lt each hour She primps and paints and cuts a dash And vows slv has him in her power 15 All parties having claims against the firm of O W Crew Si Co will present the same properly verified to the assignee on or by the Â¬ Â¬ i McKinley 26 toilet waters Murray ida water A 6c Lammans Flor- Â¬ 18 to 21 to4i VAKIKTY 0 are a kU ad of yncfat- - Chains McKinley 472 S Senate m Firearms MeKiniey 41 to SO Senate Nails But dont fall an early prey yonng A pretty butterfly sometimes man turns into a worm and a rose often contains a thorn beneath its beautifu folds Satan lnrks behind many a ravishing look or a bewitching smile Be ye on your guard The ideal woman who would make you a wife in all that the term im- Â¬ plies is not to be found among the frivolities of society of to day Dont rush about marrying and dont be caught by little society flare ups If you make a mistake along this line nothing but death can correct it Â¬ Â¬ What three circumstances were neces sary to the execution ot a use under the statute of uses of Henry VII I St i DENT Answer This is a very intricate ques tiou and the knowledge of merely historical value It would take two orthrve eoulumns to properly answer it but briefly stated first there must be poss- nd there must be a person tor whose use the land is granted Third there must be a use iu existence Examine vonr Biackstoue on this subject Tiedemans Real Property is more explicit Â¬ Â¬ 1st of October 1894 These coals are for sale so wt I sever nond resent my good ia onier to asahc a naie ami mv pend upon getting exactly what thev order If vim want the best w always the cheapest place vour order- - with Assistants D C II 5 Or same will he barred And all parties owing the firm will settle same at once or suit ii be brought JOE BUSH Assignee Chw L L R BLANTON -- tessrn or white linens duck piqae white crui ivy blue - McKinley 2j to 40 Sena Railway fish plates McKinley Hand liack and other saws McKinley 40 Bar tTOKS THE iLE the Tnion directly at that DM gradiui The quently mi with while high vast and broad white revere round it waist linen -- ou cap is shirt front that g for any one to w BY McKinley 7 47 to 111 Senate nate Senate Wheels McKinl- IertvriiatioBe through of pfciitice that he ah nam to San tin- - tilth and mire husM-ught sheets McKinley 3015 iUon h X is Indebted to B Will the frequent An Arkansas man the oilier day rap for the money by B ped on his coffin just as the asking and dunning prevent the statute of limitation from Here we are with the very bett Meatson minister was about to begin the bar ne and give us i trial and him A man in the room running against the account Over who thought some one outside was knockX to uromise ing at the door yelle iu hearage and hope to have a o ing which the supiosed dead man in the to pay it same in th future it Respectiullv coffin exclaimed Whats the A has a hydrant in his yard and 25 1 tun in already and want to with you hose i right to borrow li CO that the post- Â¬ 00 LOOK HERE Office and Vard cor Main and B quare from 3ti Branch osses at Midtlclum s hu court house Cannel anthracite and blacksmith eesm kindlinghand at lowest swurfcet priees - THE 1 brver At I BLUE GRASS -- HERD J W ICal m OK BSD il jam aaoas as be may be that he has bet partr itaj him e spent veeka in the gooi v sa looking ia ha t cw system e R H BR0NAUGH Crab Orchara Ky VblSCeLcred Gs Resort Proa Clay Through exchanges and from other WEDNESDAY sources we learn that Hon C M Clav - Alt oi rxturuon is making good progress Valued comrondence is left out oi in his canvass for Governor We are as it came too late always glad to hear pleasant things about a native of Madison county and es Rteve Wiiite want yoar ork rs for eciallv when lie has hail the good taste cosh Try him and nave money to come back and set married in the Sheriff Simmon lias a notice in an county Mr Clav is in the procession other column of interest to tax navei and no doubt will lead it lxt the good words continue to come Dr Creeds u cottage on Fourth street will be couijdeW in a few KerkraMlr SpriarN lavs kcastle Springs has met with 1 unprecedented success this summer ni boy your coal until fm White He has all kinds and the beat The hotel baa been full at all times Banana during the season and yet they hare ke all conilortable and Madison county triple had a rousing happy There are now there a large W pic nic at Logaun Jessamine county numlier of tlie best people of this city last Saturday Paris lxmisville Fiankfort Cynthi The pocket hook G ana and other Kentucky towns and by Mi Barbour and advertised hi the Ciimw man from othei State It is a delightful lute lieen found summer resort fresh cool and hearth Iont forget the Jack Swell fund It tul you cannot contribute a large amount Forked Cora donate a small one He deserve it ik Allen living near Whih Sjiiir- - Cobb colored is building a two tion baa a double stalk of com It grew last year and about eighteen inches ot opposite tlie new pnblic school building from the irround two distinct natural grew upward It is not a broken White has Jellico Pittsburg An stalk with suckers hut forks as a tree Uiracite and Cannel coals and nana to would Each branch has a well devel save you money Jive hiin your orders oped ear It will e remembered that liefore laying in the winters supply lohuOgg a neighbor of Mr Alien had coal h would le well to interview the ajlamb with anl two heads Kichmond Produce A Coal Co neek The lamb was not preserved bat the corn ais ma le seen at Mr Allens Â¬ ScfS on Plfxir least nix thousand barrels will be withdrawn before the iuuuast in tax goes on Wedies4lu onr fctamp depnty issued one lot of stamps for Curley Â¬ THE CLIMAX t I in which every man has the the Fa mere Chi Liiist depend upon a conservative man who was there Th Jack Betrefl raad Contributions inr the Jack Sewell fund d will be which as formerly applied to the purchase of a little farm for the hero are coming in but it is very much desired by the friends and promoters of this most laudable object that the hind lie raised at once and it is hoped that every one who can will contribute something immediately and in a short time the desired amount which is only sl50 will be raised Let the good work go on dont let it aanae will be played on AI the University campus notice of which will be given in due time and the pro will be applied to this fund This will Wan excellent opportunity for every liody to assist in swelling the fund Judge Chenault received the following letter bvether with a remittance imme diately after the announcement in the Cumax that a fund would be raised lor rs benefit Other remittances lot lowed C liiiinli Kiliriiiiti K My Hear Sir Kudosed find my check w hich p lease dace to the credit of the Jack Sewell fund I hope he may get a comfortable home and live and en- Â¬ joy it to a ripe old aa Sincere yours Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ it - Â¬ J Wii M Barton Miss Sodie Russells primary eminences Septendier loth She is an excellent teacher and should haveaiuii -- school See ad Workmen are engaged inputting the finishing touches on the court hoi pnveraente and the work will doubtless l- - completed by Septemler ball club beat tl club last Saturday at the latjfr place the first time by a score 4 to 18 The two ctnbs liave croand bats several times ct The PUhmond knowing oiks that more than one turnpike company in tie county will be indicted at the Septem ci term of ourt for irregularities in their toll It is si ill by M M Hamilton v Co have opened a meat store in the store room formerly oc cupied by J H lioggs v Co next to the Kichmond National Bank See ad and give them a call Â¬ Prominent physicians agree in the opinion that Rockcastle Springs is the mifferers from asthma and hay fever Hundreds have been permanently cured there of these dis ti waring ailments Â¬ utral IniversiJy Polka of llarrodsburg Music which she It entitled Central University Polka in the hands of the printer anal Msooii be ready for distribution Why she gave that title to the music is not ex- Thenij L who havw heard it no pronounce it a charming creation and say it evidences genius in the composer says the lan ville Advocate The coniMsition is truly an inspiration While Miss liar din was recovering from a sjh11 of sick ness the tune began running through her mind and would not lie dispelled She found herself continually and unconsciously humming it Finally she was carried to the piano ami paved the piece hast as it wan afterwards written who were present at its first rendition were struck with its beauty and It was put into music perfect hannonv bv Prof Norman Miss Hardins many friends in this vicinity hope tliat tlos may te but the beginning of a brilliant career Not only is she accomplished in uiusie ami bright aud sparkling in con on but she is also personally one of the most attractive and lo cable young ladies in the Bluegraaa I Ky The same mail brought a contribution from Prof Morris Long of lanviile A subscription list baa bees started in Miss Niphie Hardin Surely Madison county peo till not allow other parts of the State to do more than they w ill in rewarding Jack Sewell Â¬ Louisville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Laareneebnig had an immense confla- Â¬ gration last Saturday moniing Fifteen cine business houses anl most of their con One i W Settle is out in a column tents were burned and the lata and tSfVOMi flBfinafl article in the Cum vx of Wednesday de Between S nouncing in very uncomplimentary and to be the work of an incendiary severe language the editors of the Regis Â¬ V Klder has made more room in ter and the Stanford toiirna for publish v goods store by takim out lim which his own that cut off a huge room from the political friends sCrt are true f main apartment which will enable him liuax is out for the stuff and it to haudic the unusTially large stock be I matter what sort of a whipper has j from New York if he has snapper or tramp forty cents in cash or a suit of old clothes Th inty Fair is now in prio ress and it is nuuder one in every par he can pul iish anything in the Climax I r Malison county will Ik- well whether it liears a semblance of truth or ntcd after to day Fxciirsioii ev not We excuse oar contemporary how- Â¬ ery i m Kowland and return ever on the ground thai he is green in in the evening Lata all go Thursday the profession but after a time he will learn something and will not print everyanl Friday thing that a Hago or Ooxeyite hands in blind tiger keepers were ai Ar for publication nited States author- Â¬ tor is nn The ajaU of the Ke ed taken to Louisville where they bounded Heretofore it has been the aie now confined Who would have uniform custom of the Cum w to exclude blind tiger such matter in connection with the edi uville i iated in sp - that complained of tor of the i And listen ten n the by bin But evidently looking u in opposio publishing all u niilar atnff ainjed at the edstoi ot teck o tiie Then by thieves and thugs and i lty auioiig our mercliants the Cum and similar cattle tying to observe Take your medicine like a little t ie storm like hen Mated that the tide will and dont boo Loo because we pern OU have n for no turn in their favor years You w ill possibly learn some day Denser hag parebased A thatiherei- - a virtue called consist Floras marble shop and appurten and the lex talioi and will run the works to their fullest ity Mr Flora who is one ai the Mistir bie Me a Match WOrkaaea in the State has lieen There are few gentlemen doubt employed to work in the shop Mr Ho- Â¬ Kichmond who have net been ai lier solicits yonr patron by little urchins both white and black r oi Uockcastle Springs with the siipplicaTiin Mister give ne tch Hold inloniis ns that he will reduce his lithe trouble is taken to in- lar a day on and after rate le what always follows the request Septemlier 1st and that at present he has for a match it will be seen that these lite a number of guests as he can actle fellows will dart to some ol ne will produce a cigar commodate There will licui excursion r and Kichmond on Sc ette light it and commence pulling away as if they were quite accustomed to tetnbei 1st the practice It is astonishing to witness Miss Pattie Moore of Cnioii City how thev Been to enjoy it ami how started for Kiehmoud last Wednesday quickly they can get through with a morning in a surrey to take the train for smoke Some of them have been known Wimnester and when within a few to smoke three cigarettes before quitting miles of town the horse took fright aud Many of these little chaps appear to beÂ¬ tried to run off She became frightened long to good families while Others are and leaped from the vehicleand sustained of the slums of the town a sprain and a fracture in one of her anrag tag brigade aud belong to the kles She was taken to the Infirmary How they manage to possess then for treatment but left for her home Sunof cigarettes is a mystery yet unsolved day She suffered intense agony but which should be cleared up and if it is disclosed that they are sold to them Married the violators of the law prohibiting it Mr T Me Wells and Miss Cora Kroad should be made to sutler the penalty dus treated their friends to a little sur- Â¬ who would sell cigarettes to prise last week Miss Broaddus was Anyone these little fellows is certainly lost to all visiting a sister at London Ky and principle and is as dangerous to a comyoung Wells came along and together munity as the most abandoned criminal they journeyed to Jellico Tenn where A physician reports that be was called to they obtained a liceusijuid were maryoungster whose couple kept their plans un Bae a ried The nerves were so badly shattered from the iod though a few liiemls divined practice that he feared 6erious consetheir intentions quences What will our little future presidents do next 0a far Mr- - Parma A grand innovation apjears in the A rair Kxilanatioo columns of the Kichmond Climax which The editor of the Kichmond Ri is a department devoted wholly to ques-Â¬ has been talking through bis hat some tions and answers of a strictly legal namore The fact is if he doesnt procure ture questions of law asked bv s of head gear with a cast iron of an article Iters and answered by an attorney roof he will always have it full of holes that city who edits the department and In the last issue of his paper he makes who appears to be exceedingly well bal- Â¬ what appears to te a hack handed fling the anced in law Sabscrilers regard at the way the Danville Fair is conlegal department as invaluable as it ducted He says is a means of furnishing much informa The fair was a success as far n legal matters greatly desired and ived by the home exhib- pruaai needed by them being mostly farmers They bore off ho compose the greater part of a coun Â¬ nearly all tlie blue ribbena The outty papers constituency We must say siders were not in it we like the new feature of the Climax snent look at Whiaes at Havin In Take Hi OwnJIotli 4H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ wi-i- s- Southern Melons rtatrj The mm Southern watermelons There is no demand for them even at six for a quarter for the a that it usually costs all the way from five to twenty dollars in doctors bills to get rid of the effects of eating them A darky can eat them without harm and it is BPOa this class perhaps tl at the merchant who is overstocked with them must depend for pun If our merchants were as shrewd as a merchant in Mt Sterling wiis once upon a time they would have no trouble in ridding themselves of a surplus of the innocent Southern melon This fellow is full of resources and is equal to any emergency He was overstocked with theuialKMit the time home grown oils were coming in but by the practice of a little Yankee shrewdness he sold the last oue tie had at I good profit He em ployed four countrymen with their one horse sprint a aeons to drive to the rear entrance to his store early in the morning and load up from his stock of Southern melon The stems were part ly dipped and straw in the bottom of the t the appearance of their having come from the country and were home grown The melons looked aa if they had just been pulled from the vines The countrymen started off in different directions in search for buyers or rather suckers driving hither anl thither through tl but it was a lit y for the retail trade and at length they drove on the public square and baited Prettj an Irish confectioner caught sight oi the early maiketers and exclaimed t clerk An faith theres a whole raft of kain thry wathermeluns And be rushed out to see about it While informing himself on prices he thumped this one and then that one and meed thl m foine I will take the hull lot said he and went into his store and brought out the money and paid for the four loads which were emptied at his door The country men drove off ieir sua iick merchant who cruelly it distance off and watched the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ exist unless the v enlightened to in hat right The ous man in ths generation is he who u iinst public ed ucation for he is against the most vital interests of Ids country In the estab- Â¬ lishment of our new nchool the Board oi Education and City Attorney Sullivan Ware subjected to the same severe criticism which usually auends the founda- Â¬ tion of any great public enterprise The woods became tilled with improvised constitutional lawyers the air was blue with threats the election was declared illegal the bonda wen invalid and could never besaarl the cost of tlie building oo much there were too many teachers selected and their compensation was too high in fact every one who was so inclined found his tuft of grass and threw it into the air but those who bad in charge the establishment of the school pursued ondhtarbed the even tenor of their way Having succeeded they are entitled to the gratdude not only of who have children to educate but ry one who is interested in the adÂ¬ vancement and prosperity ot our city They have proved themselves men who eouid not he driven from the path of duty The school bonda were sold by C S Powell to N W Harris cc Co at a premium of 835 ami the Hoard of Educa tion has every reason to be delighted with the side as the price realized was far more than trie most sanguine advo Â¬ cate of the bonds bad expected It i it be said to the credit of the opposition that there is none now Every body is for the school the day of criticism and hard feeling has passed and we are all going to work together to make our school a grand success Some evening when vou have nothing to do go over on Second street ami watch the men mlicent school SHBlig for the education of our youth and you will come away with a lighter heart with a greater love for your country and a brighter view of her future There will Im no exercises as contem plated at the laying oi the comer atom hut when the building is completed there will be a gala day in Kichmond and some noted aprakcru will assist in a pub Â¬ lic dedication Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Mr W W Watts is at French Kick Spring Miss sdlie Coft attended the Ven lair last week Mi Lacy Bright is visiting frieuds in llarrodsburg Miss Grace Hacker is visiting her aunt at Cleveland Ky Ir and Mrs II Taught are visit Trenton Ky Mr RJ Patton of Atlanta ia is visiting Mr Alex Gibbs Miss Nellie Peyton of Lexington is visiting Mrs T J Scott Mr Kd Kellarand wife of Iaris are visiting friends in Rich nond Miss Tillie Cameron of Iiban is visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Anderson Chenault- Mr ThosnaaC Adams left Saturday lor a visit to his brothel iu Illinois Mrs Lnvenia Brown and daughb lanviile are with Mrs Win Crow Misses Ida and Stella Waile of Kiebo- ille are visiting friends in Kichmond Dr Burgin his wife and mother are attending the Shelby vil e lair this week Mr Barbour ot Maysvitlc last WWSC of the Y Barbour Miss Theresa McGuIre of Paris is vis her brothei Mr I B Carr on Broadway annie Turner and Eva Was s in of Ycisailles are the guests ol Miss Xaucv Willis Mrs Wm ML Hoiloway and Mrs K i irton of St Loans are visiting relatives in Richmond Mrs W Bales and daughter J Pattie aud Miss Maggie Bales left on Tuesday tor Swing Ya Mr and Mrs James benton of Whi-Â¬ rr are visiting relatives in Uich- n ond and in the county Misses Mattie andSalUe llacklcy and brothers of Stanford are visiting frieuds and relaties in Kichmon Mis Mattie Miller aud daughter Mrs ox of Yinceimes Ind are visiting Mr and Mrs W W Pigg Miss Mary J Brown of Winchester who has been visiting Mrs A I Flora on Broadway has returned home Chancellor Bianton of Central University Richmond attended Presbytery g here Tuesday Ua Hugh Miller a Jessamine county He farmer will locate near tichinond is au excellent farmer and a apod citizen B Million and Messrs Samiire uel Boas Jr T J Curtis and S T Cobfa are at home again from a trip to Hot Springs Misses Anne Lathes and Kesebud Dudley of leorgetowtt are spending several weeks with their cousin Miss Mary Dudley at Waco Mr F B Crooke returned last week from his summer vacation much im pioved iu health Miss Airie Bush has returned to her home at Sherman Tex after a protract- nt to her aunt Mis J E Dykes Mrs Julia Loyd Talifero of Augusta Ky and Mrs Annie IiDurne of War rensbnrg Mo assistant teachers at M F I arrived last week Mrs W E Christian of Chilesburg Fayette county Ky on her return from Iitill Springs stopped over at this place to visit Mrs C Hunley Our young friend aud former citizen Mr C B Miller who is now with the Adams Express Co at lxiuisville was in town Monday and gave m a call Mrs Bessie Watts Dubuissaut of Louisiana is the guest of Mrs W W Watts f Mr Ok to Watts and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e in Richmond and one of known newspaper men iu the State Rev J liobert IJoatinan left on Monday for a short visit to his hotneat Mexico Mo He will return in time to assist Elder C K Marshall in the pro Â¬ tracted meeting at Ml Pleasant church the first week in pt ember Alex Tribble son of K Q Tribute who has so acceptably tilled the position of assistant BBS at this place for several months past has resigned that on and will shortly leave for Balti- wbere he will take a oOtttSS in the W State University of Maryland Mb Kaaa Thomas Sewitl of Breathitt eourty was in town last week Tom is a speculator in mountain lands and coal banks and generally has from K0 to JOvXtO acres of land in his pocket and a miHon of saw logs under his arm for sale Tom savs he is married now and is a better man than lie Mr Wintield M Cosby who has been Mr J C Cosby of he visit House neighborhood returned t He home in Payette county Thursday is ninety years old and his vitality is remarkable He OBM to Kentucky from Virginia in ls2 and settled in Fayette county On his journey to Fayette he passed through Richmond which then contained a few scattering houses lie converses well and his accounts of the affairs of that period are very int3r esting A most elegant affair was the reception given by Mrs Will T Tevis in honor of Miss Riebardaon of Louisville last week Fifty guests were present Refreshments ling of sherbet ream coffee wafers cake salted almonds and fruits A band of music on the were served porch enlivened the occasion verv inne1 Thx tfant wSBag enjoyable as it could be made by Col Tevis and his son Harry aud daughter Miss Sallie who were unremitting in contributing to the pleasures oi the guests The following well known people of this part of tlie State are now enjoying the cool breenea and beautiful surrooed-mh1 music and select company at Koc k castle Springs Hon John D Har ris and wile Kichmond Mrs Cassius M Clay Jr Misses Annie S Sue K aud Amelia Clay Mr Brutus Clay Paris Prof A ML Miller Messrs Harry Brent Paul ML Justice J C Woollolk J 11 Curry and wife Mrs J W Stoll Miss Winston Miss Daisy Winston Mrs Al vord Jen W H Gentry Judge J Soule Smith and family Dr W F Wals Mrs Evan T Warner Misses Bogie and Kate Warner Miss Mary Hodges B W Dud lev Matt Oliver Ixington Secd Smith of Richmond has been a patron of the Springs for some days Mrs J T Friend her babe and Miss Rachel Boen left on Tuesday for tie home of their father J M Boen at Kingston Madison county Mrs Friend lixs been making strenuous efforts to close up the business of her late hus- Â¬ band and has succeeded extremely well in the way of making collections on her book accounts and disposing of the stock left in store With herself and little family have departed ail of J T Friend but a remembrance that w ill survive w ith the memories of our honorable and up-Â¬ right business men who have passed away The death of Terry aud the breaking up of his business and relations has left a void that may net I i lie filled We wish the widow and children success in the future that lies liefore them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS The meeting at Ford dosed We day night with St additions C O Groves in engaged in Sunday- scliool work in the mountains The meeting at Union City closed Friday night with half dozen addil Â¬ CIRCULAR BKiiOVED BRETHJ8BK MEW ADVERTISEMENTS WE your messen Â¬ gers froui the different parts of the dis- Â¬ trict have had the pleasure of meeting in Â¬ schooiTnotice MISS SUDiE AlrAstasrssV 1 irrand the son of Mr J W Padgett of Branuon was returning froui a neighbors to his grandfather last Moii lav after noon in crossing the railroad at the above point and Bussing under a freight car standing on the track the train sud Â¬ denly started up catching the litt ieel badly low under a portion had to be mangling his right Ii amputated It was on tbe Stood up in one day laj front of him and with red lips all and apucker pe- The State Stttxiay eehoo Convention convened at Riissollville yesterday Kagle of Arkansas E v itovernor preached at the Fijrttst church Sunday morning The annual meeting of the Madison County Bible Society was held at the Baptist church Sunday night A report was made by Boot Biirnani Treasurer and addresses were delivered by Revs Pollitt Smith and McKee and a collec Â¬ tion of fl 140 was taken up for the Bible cause The following officers were Blasted for the ensuing year President Kev J L McKee Secretary Prof J Clark and Treasurer S K Scott It is desired that during the coming year a greater interest be developed in this work by the public The American Pi ble Society was organized 78 rean and has had its headquarters in New York City and its report shows that dur- Â¬ ing the last year it published aln million and a half copies of the Script ores and parts of the Scriptures and nearly half of Quae were circulated in heathen lands It is understood that all the Protestant churches receive gifts of liooks for mission work from this society Any persons or families not able to pur- Â¬ chase Bibles will be supplied by the depository in Kichmond on an order from any minister in this county Â¬ hurrb Work in Madison jj ri llil JH f Days ist the min- Convention held in J aV Madison county iu 1S12 MIX I o Tili rink Amociatinn Oat fiij r iotia V 22 23 A 24 of Jawant 112 An introductory Bormoa was delivered by brother Elijah Barns from Romans tbe 14 Chap and 17 verse for the kingdom of iod is not meat and drink but righteousness aud eace and joy in the Holy host 1 ctters from 17 Churches were read Â¬ their messengers names enroled numbers taken - DISMISSED RECEIVED j and - s - - r- - - - - 3ArTIZE3 - z -- r- - - s - s - 2 s- - - -- ajTS-5- What a Sly Little Koae Has Btaa ia whok i 1 - I The Irishman nt only seized th iut ran off with it it was some th ton- he discovered why he met with such difficulty in selling his fresh country melons but when be did di the in he gave bin brother mer chant a blessing in true Irish which he has never forgotten Such a trick will hardly be perpetrated in Richmond the suckers arc not here and there is not a merchant so heart to such a deed As w e said before the darky will eat up the surplus of Southern melons Just give him time tig lew School HniltliB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i There were fortv rineh for aadds Ceatral Inivmiiy sat of these forty harness burses ok sixteen first i is directed to the advertise ral University in another miums and seventeen fee or nearly one haJf o column The next amaiai Whih oiul insti temlier lLth M7 now lets Harris and Alnian have completed the for foundation the new public school building and Messrs Kice and Prawner have begun the erection of the atone work The building will be posh- Â¬ ed to completion as rapidly as possible and we can safely say that the new year will witness our school taught hi a new house There will not be in this State a more substantial conveniently arranged or modern school building The plan ten up by N B Tnrpin and is in preferable to those sub man mitted by architects of other cities The building which will have eight large rooms will be capable of accommodating the children of the city for sevvral years to come It will be heated by furnace aud the ventilation will be by hot and cold air ducts the air of each room being changed every fifteen minutes The building will cover more ground than any structure in Kichmond and when completed will present an impos A graded school ing appearance will be a great benefit to Kichmond It will lie the pride of the cilv For years it has been the one thing needful Hitherto when boasting of our many advantages we could never mention our public Behead as a climax No enterprise ever undertaken by our citizens no public money ever expended by our city can produce such grand results as a public school with a proper course of study In this school will be taught those who are to be our future leading citizens and many w ill be attracted to our city to educate their sons and daughters The study rieing prepared by the Incation will be thorough and ill be high When a child shall have completed this course lie or she u itied t pursue any calling I1 d our in life ill afford idlers pre- Â¬ i term at Brother Christop ier Harris moderator and Stephen Trigg clerk Received corisponding letters from the following associations and the hearers thereof invited to seats viz From Kik horn by Jacob Creath Jeremiah Vardi nian and Anibros Bonn Sooth district by Leonard Taylor and G Kay Stock tons Vally by Lewis rllison Cumberland river bv M Cooper and Then Hansford North District by Robert alkie David Chinnault and Nathan Lipscomb Salem by Daniel Walker and 8amnel Simmons Green river by Edward Turner and Hugh Hagan- reek by Jeriel Dodue and James Liremore Union Church is received as a member of this association The following Brethren appointed to write corresponding letters to the following associations vw1 Squire Boone to Llkhorn Elijah Parns to Itussels creek Thomas Jerman to tireeu Uiver tlieuezar Dickey to Salem Jo in Clark to North District Joshua Hudson to Cumberland river William Goodloe to South District and Absolom Renfro to Stocktons Vally Brethren Christoprer Harris Stephen Trigg Joseph Kliisou Josiali Collins and Williams adwards appointed to arramre the business of this association and re- Â¬ port on Monday Brother Jacob Creath J Vardainan Years No licenses issued and Jeriel Dodge app tinted to preach toi 1878 morrow ami worship begin at half past 1874 114 ten oclock 1875 131 Adjourned until Monday morning half iNTli after nine oclock 99 1877 Monday August L4th 1878 140 The association met persuant to adS7 m journment MB 1888 The Church at Mount Pleasant gives 1881 IK up to join Cuuilierland river association 1888 124 The next association to be held at Viuy 1888 142 Fork meeting house M asanas county on 188 1884 the fourth Saturday in august lNlJ 141 l S61S Tbe correspond i ig letters calied for 1886 114 read approved and ihe following Brethren appointed to hear them viz to 188 Elkhorn Joseph Ellison ami John Grean 127 halgh to Bussels creek Josiali Phelps 1KH aud Son ire Boon to Green river Chris- Â¬ 188 1891 topher Harris and Stephen Trigg to Sa- Â¬ itiO iv i j lem Josiali Phelps and John Bush to 147 North Destrict Squint Boon Geoge Ba- Â¬ ker and John Bnsmli to Cumberland 2014 River David Hardisttr Edward Mober ly Absolem Reutfroand Motram Elmore frephecy of War biii i to South Destrict Joshua Hudson John Mrs Annie Clay Crenshaw and two will lie a great ivar in Europe and Clark Hemy Brooks Robert Fryer and Thre of daughters Kichmond little cktons Valley beginning William Bdwsx lending the sue i titer at Lynn America in the f ml Thorn of May The probably in the month with her sister al ipproved The light men will stand and the dark men uett Bret will fad The No Kean w ill Gentry appointed to Superintend the s Pollitt McKee and Smitl Her divide Printing of the min oroujih and p is associa campu of New York will chur tion and distribute t A number of other that a part ry evening paid and ssladisou on ea North Allan tic ches in proportion b The first trida re with them John Fn -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Past Twenl uue Years The following figures represent the number of marriage licenses given by yeam issued at the County Clerks office p from the first day of January s7 the first day of January ISM making twenty one years and the total foots up Lld4 The number of blacks married during that stretch of time is not inclu ded they marry so often it is hardly Eafa to include them in the estimate The figures show a gradual increase in marri bast it is not aa much as might have been expected During the first five years of the time specified there were 7il marriages and during the last five years there were 723 making a differ ence in favor of the last five years of lr It will be noticed that in the years 1876 and 1877 there was a decided falling off 7l licenses being issued during the former year and 86 during the latter Tht cause of this is not know n Cupid might have tackled a number of tough old bachelors during those years aud eii leavored to gather them in the fold and failed hence the fabim- - off If this was the case it is quite certain that he did not repeat the efforts as his re cord after that indicates a pretty uniform suc- Â¬ cess Old bachelors and old maids will hardly derive any comfort by looking over these figures Iu their cases it No one knows but might have been themselves From January 1st to July 1st 1S4 SO licenses were issued and if this rate keeps up the balance of the ear 1894 will break the record U X council and that whidxadds to our hap piness is that we have reason to believe that all are concerned for yur happiness and Safety in a religious life What we have done you see in our minutes which we hope will be satisfactory while we address you this year on the important subject of charity with a little illustration of the iualirications that the apostle annexes to it in the first epistle to Timothy it is observed that the end of the commandant is chaiitj out of a pure hear and a good conscience and of faith unsigned True charity mu- from a pure heart w ith love to iod and bene back in volence to man purity includes the vir talizh tues which itelong to t ie individual and she teanel toru lly ljst her the government of his lesires it hath its seat in the heart but its intlueiice iofuul that the outward character thev are the pure stand Pew saw the in in heart we are told iv our sa ior that or twe shall see iod its also true that Us only Por firr thee pure in heart that can properly t ook their duty to mankind puritv of I exin heart and conduct must therefore le held charity as well as to ieii fiindemental lo Avers eral pictv and virtue and is a net Charity is that it be of a Coed con laria Warranted science by this we understand that char-Â¬ Before buying your winters su ity Ik- - consistant with justice and integ- Â¬ mond Pro coal dont rity that the consciente of a man be free A bint to the duce and Coa Cj from the reproach of having Ii u the primary duties of equity justice is a sufficint virtue one must first do justlv before he Ti Idealise Tbe System can pretend that he loves mercy there fore in order to fulfill that charity which impure or is the end of tbe commandant we must nriggislf to permanently cure habitual j do justice as well as hrmiif ation to awaken the k simpatiiv are lier to a healthy activity without irritadue to our hreathren at all times and in ting or weakening them to dispel head every situation of our earn fortunes the uie Svrup of f poor have opportunity of displaying those virtues as well is the rich but as far as tual beneficence is included in charity we In the m bocb talk about sell ought always to remember that justice sag coal so cheap n that must in the first place inviolably be held we are ic id can do a bet sacred he that pretends to do good to his ter part by you tiian a Wt neighbour with out first doing them jus are the only agents in Richmond for unot be counted their real friend Southern Jellico coi True charity must protend from faith un market nol md tec I faith iu the scripture sence of it about prices Let us sell you includes the whole of religious principles ters supply We sell oats hay tlour respecting God and Christ pretended lime cement sand sail mill feeds of evprinciples w ithont good practice are ery description of no avail iu the sight of iod or in the RiciiMoxD Produce Coal Co estimation of good men but practice Bat 11 12 founded on principles Is likely to le un Â¬ During the dog day season the drain of stained and wavering now dear brethren nervous and vital energy may ue counter is the same with lieiievolei charity love and is the term uniformly employed acted by the u e of Aver In purifying the blood it acts as a superb in scripture to denote all the good affec corrective and tonic and the system to tion which we ought to bear towar and one another true charitv is an active Jelv malarial and other dim principal its not properly a BBBgle vertue All fir Ibssubu ail hy Foxell St but a disposition residing iu the heart as 3- Turley a fountain from which all the virt beneignity candour forbarauce generosity 1 know ad chron compassion and liberately flows from ic diarrheca oi long j to have been good will to all but extends its intluence inently cured especially to the lovers ot iod we mean Iains Colic Cholera anl Diarrhoea Remnot that it imports a promiseaons undis a savs RJward Shumptk edy tinguisbing affection which gives every I nent druggist of M in Minn re- Â¬ man an equal title to our love but it have sold the rei for over serves our esteem fer good men and it inseven yean it superior to spires towards our iuemies forgh any other n on the market and humanity it breaths unmerited can- for bowel coir 50 cent dor and teaches us to slight and W F of sxial no man in a word its the life its the snu that intervenes and cheers the abodes of men its like the dew of beinton says the psalmists such charity ening the text is the end 4 the command Â¬ otedicine It is the icine ment and now little children above all Tr it things mt on charity for this grace never faileth but abounds with God for ever Try it ter more farewell Christopher Harris Moderator z ISztSyUkt isathazd toxes phen Trigg Clerk boon in tka wasU sir it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i While Ollie RUS WL 11 Will open as asual September For terms call at No 604 Main St 13 IHS Iii--1- i TO UUIW 1 r taxes have been due since t 1 1 anal Please forward and so that I can t he cot f Rel J P SIMMONS WALL PAPER ha Having opened occupied bv IS Inri ill ip WALL PAPER Ever shown I ban ii W P BAXTER I I tf Pa CENTRAL UNIVERSITY RICHMOND KY Tbrea Collages liree UaiTersitT Hiji Scioola Study iota DkananMBBsti Full Facutv of able and experienced nJance la thirty States ar issnsea by ra munit best 1 the MILITARY DEPARTMENT Carr GYMNASIUM H WYGANT ATL sil The Pn traininc M untr For cat v to U ADJOINING COUNTIES Pcuoi You ea 10c S Turiey bav H BLANTON ruSSuu7SJx3 5 -- Zil dont ui my more n lice II PK The Clark County Fair is in a wwaiia way having begun yesterday under good auspices Unlicensed deep are being dispatched Fifteen at a rapid rate in Winchester killed in one day last week At Winchester J W Vilnius tell from the roof of a building and sustained con cussion of the spine arid severe bruises about the hip lie will recover A family in Winchester lost their Money was bold effects ia a fire given them by charitable people to re-Â¬ - but the hii place the ntok a part of the money and got biling drunk and was put in jail The Bjaod wife took the balance and liailed him out Thats business Winchesters water w rks are in a had 1 Hst Friday there was a water way supply for possiblv 98 days The reservoir is defective which leaks 401 Ions per day The company has notified customers to leave off lawn and street sprinkling Â¬ Â¬ cigar - For the Week Dont Powell go AI 2 5 OIIAE uncil ears toslaepover your insurance TurUy fn Dont Poweh wait until burned CD - out 3- - it our goods are If you dont the fn the railroad companies - as to who receives the most freight Thats what knocks Weckesser That iranchse for the pe for the erecting ma ting a in the Citv of K Three cans full weight Cove oysters for 25c at Week Powell The best companies adjust promptly Turiev 3 2 for in some new- mond K and that for the pu r anil including Ausjs - r ied p to T T will icport to and thi- - The best cotk e you ever used for 25c a pound at Weeks Are you insured Powell Turley 3 Council the a contract made any and all bids with the purchase is reserve J 13- - B An elegant new Chickering sale Apply at this o Piano for 15- STOLPFER Myor Pro Tem PATTIE City Clerk T T T Insure with Powell A TurTev Lock out for Sr ss aa wall as stores Winle Miss Maude Stout was enter- Â¬ Powell S5 Turley taining some frieuds at her home in Paris Tuesday evening her brother If not get Are you in it insurance Harry just to have a little fun slip in it Powell 5t Turiev 3 2 ped up to the parlor window near which Who have the best compan ies tVseeasf Mi s Mamie sat and threw a dog into Powell vV Turley 3 J her lap She was frightened into cou Money Last vnlsious remaining unconscious for sev- Â¬ eral hours and at last accounts was still On the streets of Richmond Court dar in a critical condition August 6th three ten dollar bills Finder t t t will be liberally rewarded by delivering 3- BOIRRON iris 10 mm ESTILL same to Climax office Irvine is to have a mattress factory A white squirrel was killed on Cow Creek Crops were greatly benefited by the re- Â¬ cent heavy rains Cncle John Barnes probably the oldest man in the county died on the 11th inst at the advanced age of ninety four He lived all of his life in Estill Â¬ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE I have 175 ewes for sale hereby given that bids will be received by the Mayor oi Richmond Ky for the exclusive until August 2 t franchise for twenty years for ere maintaining and aaawataag a Telephone 11 and Exchange in Ihe City 01 mond Ky and theexcl f the streets and alters of said city for that pur- Â¬ pose The righ is reservedlu reject anv and all bi By order oltheCitmond Ky I B STOUFV inj ream C D 10-- PATTIE C t T t OAEKAKO Wheat is nearly all threshed and tht yield is very tine No complaints Typhoid fever of a malignant type is raging among the negroes around Flat wood privately Call and see them at Boone Ky on U NFEGT1QNERY N Railroad the L SAM SHEARER 0 14 For a good breakfast dinner or supper J cents ca MRS W H MAIER flour bacon The teachers institute at Iancaster was hugely attended and much interest manifest ad Mrs Harvey Tho I died la- iter an ill- hs Mrs Josie Kennedv Bowman ville who of am NO 21 FIRST STREET lard and Pine other r Gods Commander 11 August term of court is made 10000 Bushels i be taught h Tic ufortu- u unity r Miss Til Dated Larimci I m ring sentiment which r L J you A preach an iota t the cases and 3o new I HI- - httte fit t ge II 1 of Iexington will tabling to mar i b eatsnent men of merit Hue the ri Try ih sustain job tearaisa laws irld for ii A i r FOR SALL the a The Ms teaching tions of prominence Smu JcazJ Print PROFESSIONAL COLUMN T70S27XTS KERTUCKT CENTRU RT YELLOW LEGEND OF THE PIASA MODES OF Btranse Caremonliia MARRIAGE Observed CAROLINE ISLANDERS stunted trees of japan Produced by a Seers Process Cnawwwn BLUE GRASS ROUTE fJJes lul and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North South and South west Through daily STEPHEN kl HMOKIt D - PABBISH ir - PINE FLOORING AND Monster Which Made War on the Tribe of the Hiiiii Ilair Bird Ilaif Beast with the Head of an Ox and the Beak of an Facie Could Carry a Bnffatn ta Each erf It Four Talons Where Diffrrrnt HatkKanlltles To eat maize pudding from the same plate or to eat in any way together is a Wtilely distributed marriage cert mouy In Rrazil says the Washing Â¬ ton News a couple may be married by many cuyvs of wine in Russia and Scandinavia it Tisid to be one cup for both The joining- of hands among the Romans and Hindoos is common to many parts of the world In Scotland it is called haid fastening aDd To sit couples live together after her on a seat while receixing friends or to hjve the hands of each tied together with grass or to smear with each others blood or for the woman to tie a eon of her own twist- Â¬ ing around tho naked waist of the man constitutes marriage in one part or another In Australia a woman carries fire to her lovers hut and makes a fire for him In America she lays a bundle of rods at the door of his tent A Loango negress cooks two dishes for him in his own hut In Croatia the bridegroom boxes the brides ears and in Russia the father formerly struck his daughter gently with a new whip for the last time and then gave the weapon to her husband Down to the at it is a custom in Hungary for the groom to give the bride a kick after the marriage ceremony to make her Even with all feel her subjection civilized people the servitude of the bride is clearly indicated AFOOT IN THE HARTZ Storica That Cluster Around the Historic Hill the Burg berg Interest in Uartaburg centers not in the town but in a conical hill which just behind it the Uurgberg This is a spot with a history tho one time sit of a heathen altar afterward the seat of empire and now a picnic jrround and beer garden Ou this height noxv overgrown with trees says Outing the unfortunate Henry IV built him a castle ana carhelraL and from this spot he started on that journey whose first stage was Canossa and last a paupers grave in a land of strangnrs Here Henry the Lion dwelt while sul jeet to Rarbarossa and within it- - walls died the last emperor of the Saxon line Now there is a little hotel on the summit round alnmt chairs and tables for tired and thirsty mortals while over near a bit of the od castle wall which by the way looks suspiciously restored is a shop stuffed with Iliillis tine knick knacks and mementos On the brow of the hill stands a granite monument whereby hangs a tale Some admirers of Bismarck erected it here in his honor In IsTT put a medallion portrait of the great chancellor on its one side and on its other nhlntihwl his boastful saying made during a debate on the Catholic question Well not go to Cunossn This monument an insult in stone was erected just eight hundred ycsrs after the unfortunate kaiser weiit there and begged the pardon of the pope Little did its builders think that the lioastful man of iron would within a decade get far toward Canossa himself Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aamf to Forty Thousarid Peoplo Who Load of considerable importance and in- a Precarious Existence terest especially tJ people who care about trees and flowers poe-e-aed tar raUlde World the secret Do - KENTUCKY It Was Milled drinking brandy together in Japan Ced rpon Ind That Searesly pear Above Tide Water and Arc Swept tij the Fury of the Eleiin nta Ap- j by HIS FIRST ENGLISH ES3AY A Frawwh PfrSSttbtlT n olvrd SCethoc f ftcstarinaac a Hwiiday tzine English An suin- prints the foIVming em y a ri 11 mer 1 center lii C H BRECK K IIMOM sritc me til in train service between Cincinnati Middlesborough Kv and Knoxville Tenn and Points on ATTOMXKT AT LAW - KKNTll KY corner Main CEILING Poplar Weatherboarding j LN Metal R R 1S94- arway at eels Cmfcl u Efeet Jan 1st No 5 Daily K SBACKELFOKD ATTORNEY AT LAW c Cypress Shingles Cat Poplar Shingles Kentickv OrTH BOVSI if i Iiaily Kxi 811 No 8 Aeoom Ka Mm wOHB - Framing Lumber - in all the Courts Office rTr Rich- Overlooking the Piasa river which pours its waters into the Mississippi just above Alton stands the Piasa rock About this there cliiijrs the rem- nant of an Indian legend which tells of a brave chief Wapatogo and how he savetl his people from a monster There are people now alive who re member when the rock bore the rude picture of a hupe bird which was slain by Wapatocro atnted there by his peo- Â¬ ple to mark his act of heroism The story was handed down in unwritten trilial history and the early settlers heard it from the chiefs of the tribe of which Wapatofrp was the foremost i Lve Cincinnati Lv- Owvii Lve Kaiioouth Lv i Arr Pan Arr Liexii - aw PSP Pan- - Arr baa Wel-t- 946 a m M awj am nie a a UTS awl a 10 d a J A SlLLlVAX Main Street up uU iio i f m 6ao pw e 51 ATTORNEY AT LAW RliHWMi KlVlftKY pw 106 -r i iaap 125 pm 155 pm 35 P w 1055 a m 1143 pm 1207 a m 800 p w 917am asm i5 aaw Of m 310 a w m - POWELL ATTOMMEY AT LAW KlHMiM Kknmikv e nwe a Kitiimoi I Co s on 3- - L At fcoc a w W 1 NORMS STENOGRAPHER irney et NKTH BOIN1 Lve 150 pw to pw I Dally 700 aw oca w 4 No Iwily No 1 KIlliMoMi Daily law w - - - h ind pcnrrl ut of Richaa 445 asa a m m PHYSICIANS DK JOHN M FOSTER PHTSU JAT9 SURGEON LrTS y r KkMI An cmie t kY hrte n ScronH and Arr 1 Lve Arr - DR I SMITH A 7- PHYSKIAN SURGEON KlMll KY IK MAYSVILLE SoBTH Lv- T 1 TAYLOR - BRANCH V Rj1 MMOND - KfNII KV llulM Fx Sun 3 P- welry Lvr - SHBACGHM HOMEPATHIST I Kl iX Sill DR H R GIBSON I PHYSICI Att v r D SURGEON Ki m V DR A II STEWART PHYsn - iv KlM 34 R N I B R R IK mono A KENNEDY ON - PHYSICIAN AND Kn Time Table No fect April 19 In Ef- Â¬ DR c J BALES ON KnrrvcxT 4 1894 PHYSICIAN AN A A al A K AULTZ M - It - I PHYSH IAN AND SURGEON - KlMI aoJa H W 7 BRIGHT 7IV M AND SURGEON KlNMi - KY 5 5 00 30 DR CLARENCE VAUGHT Klmkkv P M A M At an early period in the History of thiscountrV say the Cliicagv Tribune a tribe of Indians inhabited the terri All First CIms Good tory now embraced in the state of Illi- Â¬ nois They were the Illinis from which the state derived its name For many years this tribe increased in power prosperity and numbers until their tepees could be seen on its green prairies and their canoes upon its beautiful water courses from one end of the state to the other After a time a change came over this happy nation Their hunting grounds were deserted and their ranks decimated Where their people were the most numerous and where their great thief had his home there appeared a bird of enor- mous size more of a beast than fovrl which took up its abode on a rock over- Â¬ looking the Mississippi Its huge body was covered with scales of every hue With one Mow of it mighty tail it It had could make the earth tremble Near K C Main St a head like an ox with theTbeak ofaji Immense horns hung over eyes that shone with the fierceness of light- Â¬ ning and its four feet were armed with CITY PROPERTYforSALE powerful tilons in each of which it could carry a buffalo When it flapped igs there was a noie like thun- Â¬ der and when it dived into the river grwat waves rolled upon the shore I have a Fine New Koideuce situated on To this animal the Hliuis gave the name of Piasa Hird of the Evil Spirit Broadway and some ery This bird feasted daily upon the Illini people whom it bore off in its claws DESIRABLE LOTS The Influence of the medicine men on differen neighbor- - stayed not its power Day by day they saw with terror their number diminish Â¬ in town e and ing to gratify the insatiable appetite of public corners A e tor I ivery the 1iusa Viilntre after village was destroyer nvl eonsVrnition spn ad Stables Mule SI Pens or Manu throughout all their trioe There factories or Itirthf n call on thing in the future for them I Ii POWELL at Climax Office but entire annihilation At last Wapatosro the braxe young chief of the nation beloved and es Â¬ teemed as their greatest warrior ed beyond the rising and tie setting sun called a council of the priests In a secret cave where after many days of prayer and fasting they slept Presently the Jrent Spirit appeared to Wapatogo and told him the only way to til his people of their ia to offer himself as ttee The young chief stirt d up aroused t priests informed them of his Hstoa from the trreat Spirit and of his resolve to make the re Â¬ quired sacrifice Wapatog dreawed himself as lxcom greit chief pnt on Ids war paint tnd with hie tomahawk bow and I am pre LmhIs of work arrows took his position on this promi Â¬ in nent point of rock to await the coming of the bird of death the slayer of his lRVESTOKG As had ren directed in his IWINU MACHINES vision many of hK brve warriors and olier machinery ri eatly were CODO sled rstfoM of the r efca each to await with arrow EIOKSK drawn the tfaoe when their beloved chief should be attacked to wreak A MIKIUTV their last vengeance on their dreaded I have ick enemy Bract and powerful stood the e of the hot undaunted Wapatogo calm and placid for tac fear g Suddenly e me a tin re came a roar as of thunder and in one instant the Piasa with a wild scr uin that book the rocks darted Cornel down upon the chief The bravo Wapatogo quailed not Hut wher with in reach he buried his tomahawk deep into the monster head every arrow went wit a ugbteiog speed into ita body and the liasa with a shriek that nued fur over the opposite shore fell dead Wapatogo stood unharmed- - not an arrow nor even the talons of the bird had touched him The Groat Spirit in admiration of the noble sacrifice the generous and brave Wapatogo would have made for his people held over Handle the IVES i the world him an invisible shield The tribe Tliey have vrimu and makes gave way to the wildest Joy htH a lov lijjures at great feast in honor of the event and to commemorate it paintj i the figure of the bird of the Piasa on the reck bv the side of which their noble chieftain had stood in his heroic defense There the picture remained for ages vntil within the memory of dwellers of Al- Â¬ ton a mark for the arrow or balict of SHACKELFORD fKNTRY keep in the red man as he ascended or deÂ¬ tock all izes and styles of GRATES scended the great Father of Waters r WIE13W2 And Cheaper Than Ever ALCARSE Iel NEGROES How They Â¬ BLAGUTHING slloiiN WM KINOIIt HI Â¬ Stoves GRATES i An anecdote about these Curacoan negroes is well worth inu rp dating 60 illustrative is it of that love of lib- Â¬ erty admired by all Americans says the New York World During the the republic of Venezuela slavery and enacted that whoever stepped on Venezuelan soil by that act becamj free Tie negroes of tho neighboring Dutch island heard of this and they also learned the scientific fact uringa certain period of the year the gulf stream nukes a curious saaa around tkt island and carries with fierce current towards the mainland Inablc to make or steal bouts many of tin h u- naJly well treated on the plantations used to cut down trees lop ofT the superfluous limlis and lashing I trunks on dark nights when the wind was blowing stror gly with the cur these daring navigators would trust themselves t the tt npe tand the ocean in the hope of m the land of the free Mur d Some suc ceeded Such was the type- - f colored men who invented the cordial curacaa Â¬ Klaltril Their Lives Oreat Odd to lie Free OF CURACOA tgalnst WOMANS TRUE KINDLINESS Han Among all nations women are ever inclined to lie cheerful and modesti They do not hesittite like man to per- Â¬ form a hospitable or generous action not haughty nor arrogant nor supercilious but full of courtesy and affection industrious economical inge Â¬ nious more virtuous and performing more good actions than man I never addressed myself in tho language of decency and friendship to a woman whether civilized or savage without receiving a decent and friendly answer In wandering oyer the barren plains of inhospitable Denmark through honest Sweden frozen Lapland rude and churlish Finland unprincipled Russia and the widespread regions of the wandering Tartar if hungry dry cold wet or sick woman has aver been friendly to me and uniformly so and to add to this virtue so worthy the ap- Â¬ pellation of iKneValence these actions have been performed in so free and kind a manner ihat if I was dry I drank the sweij t draught and if hungry ate the icoarse morsel with a double re Â¬ Â¬ 3hacKeIford Gentry It la More Natural with Her Than with -- k HOOKER JUijr You cant aflord to use a broken grate VETERINARY 8URG1 H ting your coal through a new one uito the aches let get indent ilrntistry and Mrtlity a Sj ELKHORH ROUTE DENTAL STJSGEET WEL1IY KtCHMoMi Street Of5cc over V BURGIN Rkmtockt DENTIST Clienaults Erocery No 26 Second 45- - J A MORGAN EMDQfflLAHD Leave Fn liwawa Leave WtockeMer 3 - i DENTISTS Street VATBS VATKs Kent MrfdiMii Kir IIMiNU Bank Main n ky 3 National 11 p ml 6 ox a P 7 05 aw d wl a m A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON The following amusing aneedoto is told of the can ta trice Ctulani She was nnp rlnv l pera house a YOUR HCjCF ae had to siru in the evening when she found the pitch of the pianoforte too irjrh Vou must have it mended or a uew roof and gave instructions to have the in- Â¬ SHACKELFORD v GENTRY can do ii strument lowered by the evening Her light and iix your fatten loo nustjanu apt Valabrequc volunteered to see her order carried out cud immediately seat for the stage carpen Ut and had the legs of the piaauforte amputated The performance took GUNS AND AMMUNITION place and the lady was greatly annoyed at the continued high pitch at which she had to sing She soon so gat her Boxes for scalding hogs zinc lined made husband and remonstrated with him to order for neglecting her wishes lie net a little hurt at lieing thus wrongfully accused insisted npqn calling thai perA GXKERAL LINE OF HARDWARE son who had performed the operation AM CUTLER V and toCatalanis utter astoiisVnnt called the carpenter and said to hlin How much did you lower the pucn Charles- Two icchts ear was the prompt reply Lowered tbo Piano IAKS2 rluii- vi Â¬ - HER NAME KrVER PRINTED The Curious HI Iurk Which Has tor Years rollowrd a Washiugtou Woman j pw gaoaw m Amu i Arrive BaaaaaaaWa t Kkhmim KMiik IM Street Office ii Zi ewnjeaown Iiv Pn oo a ml 3 50 p w 55 a w 44711m B 5 j5 p m Kicaawoad lop n iniii n -- r A r r j JCST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALJTi ysrJ J L sWfSiTt 4sBli V wJ I ttaSmUSo Btiajjt r-- -r rrrr TCLEDC - y iEsii arrniaiMwv EiwrVxi FIFTY I vermifuge mne ME 5 GENTS L T aBTaaaaFaaTaTaal T11E 1 Lons al ro TnKl- woTHa TO THE auaacairTioM T CTtT V nfer Louisville Times -- Rk Tetednacc Solid throagri train between Cincinnati am --el want nn eaiCHTrar and arn IN THt SOUTH bcst arTCRNoon deposit of sulphate of soda locally koov n as a lake about fourteen miUs southwest of Laramie Wyo The dT d of three of these lake- lying within a stone throw of one another the Big lake the Track lake and the Red lake having togeth- Â¬ er a total area of about sixty five acres Thejr are the property of the Union llicitk- Railroad company are connect- Â¬ ed by a branch of that road with the mnin line at Laramie and are generally known as the Inion Pacific lakes In these lakes says the Popular Science Monthly the sulphate of soda occurs in two b ie great bulk of the it is a mass of crystals of a faint lish color mixed with a consider- Â¬ able amount of black slimy mud It is known as the solid soda and is said to nave a r thir- et Abort r he Â¬ 1 As descrilied by H Pemlierton Jr and George P Tucker there exists a It looks as though social notoriety is not to h the fate of one Washington woman whose narje for some inscrutable reason for the last half dozen years has been ocaitted from all pub- Â¬ lished aeeounts ofgatherings in which she has taken part An oenuaster ing curiosity finjiJly prompted her to institute an investigation into the matter says the lost She then found that so far from he omission having WYOMINGS SODA LAKES been intentional oh the part of the corRemarkable Deposit OwilfMl by the respondents it from the fact that aaaww utc ttauwaj- Company 1 avc - Â¬ CORNER SALOON Ir- A on the corner of First and ivtvnr nU - Market Quotations Latest State News the Local News Complete Press Reports IiEGEST CBCDLIIIOH IS THE SOOTH ution in watr of the u per part of the lower body the is being deposited the two combined A V yw the accident ap-but by a strange long ruled her n print her same was not mentioned That of her companion the a the car-rage at the also injured f she was even by sight to them Xtaving satisfied her felf on this score the incognito shorV ly thereafter oriered her carriage and calling for aifriend tok her for a drive The little excursion planned for pleasure hai a m trru3 termination as thc horses taking fright ran away iind getting beyond the control of the the vehicle was overurned and both ladies Injured the owner of the car- Â¬ riage quite seriously In the midst of her pain as she was being can there flashed thitmgh her thought that the runaway would be given a spi papers Then as the turn out was her property her name would of niieessitv figure in the at The following morning a are personally unknown Â¬ Along the southeastern Atlantic coast from Savannah to Charleston and from Charleston north town the shore line is very irregular perhaps more so than elsewhere on the Bijrns of being hundreds of Beau- - they are not more than two and Savannah Atlantic sealxiard The object of thus fort and Charleston while seaport cit- feet in height stunting the giowth of these tree i ies with their large shipping interest The Japanese They worth while relating are in a sense Inland turn sounds and are passionately fond of gardening are reached through rivers not as we understand It that is to aay bays and the open ocean In sees only beds of flowers etc but of the landby glimpses if at all These rivers scape order and almost every house Â¬ and sounds cut the South Carolina holder endeavors to have a garden no coast into points peninsulas and is- Â¬ matter how small attached to his resi- Â¬ lands varying in size outline and dence Now In the cities and towns sometimes in general character or for- Â¬ where space 1 limited there is If one looks at the coast ni Lnifostlv mation no room for landseBDS chart says Harpers Weekly he will ning f be ordinary characU r mo Tne vcres he Donds the hills the woutier now me luioi b ever channels and how havingonce mapped pagodas and the temples and trees them it is possible to follow the would take up too much room Ac- Â¬ changes all the time in progress The cordingly the ingenious gardners con- Â¬ mainland runs into the sea like the fin- trive everything on a miniature scale gers on ones hand and the sea in Ita The river is but a rivulet the grass turn crosses the fingers and penetrates covered hill but a few feet high the them like the reins The water is temple the size of a dolls bouse and the often fresh or salt according to the ebb pond no bigger than a large sized or the flow of the tide and the rivers pocket handkerchief Of course full have two currents one towards the sized trees wotld appear incongruous from iL ocean and the other therefore the gardeners have managed There are some ninety of these is- to dwarf them until they are in keep- Â¬ lands as they are recognized but their ing with the miniature landscape number is doubled by heavy rains How it is done no one outside the guild These islands are wooded with pines knows and the secret is as jealously and oaks and the sandy soil produces preserved as those of the masonic when fertilized and attentively culti order vated abundant crops of cotton rice FANCIES OF MAD FOLKS corn watermelons and a variety of vegetables An industry which has Strange Ideas Kntertaloed by Inmate of become profitable during the past few tin Asylum years is taking from the rich beds both At a lunatic asylum I recently visited on the land and in the rivers their I saw a woman about fifty years of age stores phiihate JCfigJ1- - This busi who was under the belief that there nwss gives employmeYKT to llnVuoiii were no men in the world Just to as in the immediate vicinity of Beau test her the jjarty of visitors among fort one hundred and sixty thousand whom I was asked how many men tons of this rock are taken out and there were in the room at that moment washed preparatory to treatment every None she replied They are all year The rice plantations claim much females of the tillable soil and their prxluct In the same asylum says a writer In may be called one of the two leading the Chicago Times there is incarcerat- Â¬ staples The other is cotton nrt the ed an elderly lady known to the other common upland kind of Georgia and in ma tea as Silent Jane Some months Mississippi but the more sought for ago she committed an offense against a Sea island cotton During the season rule of the establishment and was seÂ¬ of the crop of the Islands was verely reprimanded in consequence by eleven thousand five hundred and one the master She thereupon gave ex- Â¬ bales The past season yielded but pression to a resolve never to speak about twenty one hundred bales show- Â¬ again and up to the present time she ing the loss sustained in this one crop has faithfully kept her promise al- Â¬ on accoutof the storm These products though perslvient efforts are made to are mentioned to show that th3 Sua get her to talk islanders in fair times arc able to sup Â¬ The only noise made by the old port themselves woujaii is a sort of humming and de- Â¬ The population of these Islands is spite the strcngest temptations that forty thousand or more depending have been held out to her she never somewhat on the season and the vigor utters a word I once met a lunatic whose special with which the phosphate mines are operated Eighty five per cenL of mania was the making of beds-- Ho these people are colored the remain- - was so fond of making leds that he ing fifteen per cent include the plant- - voluntarily made the whole of the beds ers and their agents the storekeepers in one dormitory He performed tho the owners of business plants and some task with lnnrvelous regularity and He cosld make a benl perfectly As a whole this speed scattered crackers population of forty thousand i9 not in less than two minutes and such well-to-d- o It dwells in huts and cab carefully made beds were never seen ins rather than in houses It lives before contentedly on hominy and bacon with A SUBJECT OF WONDER boiled rice for variety and sweet pota- Â¬ toes and chickens for luxuries The w aw the eilru Let the Young Fellows Work on Borrowed Capital majority of the blacks do not lose sleep A young wDman who has been en because their crops are often mortÂ¬ j gaged three times and isnt married gaged when tley are planted The awful tidal wave of August 27 yet said to a New York Recorder writer could hardly have found in the the other day I wonder that some of the girls United States a section whoso topogra Â¬ phy was more inviting to its fary dont call down the young fellows who The surface of these islands is for the are so prone to work upon the bor- Â¬ most part a scant five feet alxwe tide-Â¬ rowed capital of affection that they water Almost everything but the get from so many of my silly sex in tops of the pines was submerged by a preference to using any of their own Explain cried I wave which at its highest is said to Oh I mean that kind of chaps who have reached fifteen feet Cabins earefuUy jnst how fond a girl has bridges boats and everything rwn and somehow it isnt in our not securely anchored were carried out the growing crops almost ready nature to hide it and that at the right for the harvest were washed out of the moment take her m their arms nestle bet head on their unmanly btM ground or killed by the salt water where the cigars are not de olation spread over the islands Dear little lYompt measures were adopted for and sry In sweet tones relief but the extent of the disaster girl whom do you love better than anyone in the world and the dear increased as the truth became known At Charleston and at Beaufort commit- Â¬ little girl nine times out of ten rubs tees were organized and contributions her silly little nose against the top came to them from the generous north button of his cutaway coat ominous though business depression then girinent under the circumstances and shallowed the country Much had gurgles You darling been done there was vaotly more to And darling thinks a good deal less do when on the Hth of September Miss Clara Barton president of the of her for her rapid capitulation What American National Red Cross with as-Â¬ she should reply would be something this sistants arrived Miss Barton came by like That Isnt a fair question mv the united requests of the governor of dear By answering it as you wish I South Carolina and the two United am putting myself in a false position States senators Accompanied by Let me hear about your feeling for Gov Tillman Senator Butler state first ofiicers prominent citizeng meAnd yet thie girl and isnt married an investigation was made This was thoroughly and conscientiousWHEN YOU ARE STRONGEST ly done even to the taking of a census of the destitute The islands were From 1130 A 31 to 43 P SI the Best Time for Work districted distributing centers located We may acevpt as a fact says the trained nurses and physicians and ex-Â¬ Journal of Pr ysiology that there Is a perienced helpers were summoned Very soon the Red Cross had an organi Â¬ diurnal rise and fall in the power of sation nearly perfect and was familiar doing voluntary muscular work in the same way as there is a diurnal rise with every part of the islands Dele- Â¬ gations of sufferers called at first to and fall in lxxlily temperature and present their needs and later tc state prlse It is remarkable however that what they could get along without instead of the greatest amount of work The impression at the beginning was being done us might have been ex- Â¬ that the Red Cross is a second edition pected on rising in the morning after of the old Freedmens bureau a dis- a good nights rest it is found that at tributing agency It required six weeks 0 a m the smallest amount of work is to explain the character of the relief accomplished the powers of doing to be given to impress it upon the suf- Â¬ muscular worii in Dr Barleys case in- Â¬ creasing each hour up to U a m ferers Immediately after lunch there is a marked rise followed an hour later by BIRDS IN POLAR REGIONS a fall while again an hour later or They All Are There by Force of Cllmatle aliout 3 p m the amount of work ac Â¬ Disturbances complished reaches its maximum In tho countries bordering on the Then from somo unexplained cause polar seas where the changing seasons there is a noUble fall at 4 p m which bring alternately the two extremes of is succeeded by a rise at p m after dearth and plenty birds are more nu- Â¬ which a progressive fall takes place merous in the short summer than anv faring each successive hour until where else all the world over and In the dinner Even during a prolonged fast winter absent altogether All are emi- Â¬ more work vis capable of grants there by force of circumstances cuted from 1130 a m to 43r p mTthan In like manner says Littells Living at 0 a m Age the birds of temperate climates are affected by the seasonal changes Asltante Sacrifices though in a less degree through the The most savage and horrible of al 1 influence of cold and heat upon their the barbarous customs of the Ashantes fvxl supplies rather than by effect of in Africa says Prof W G Steaihnan cold upon their well protected bodies of Washington is that of celebrating A coat of mail is not to be compared to the death of a king or great noble by a coat of feathers for safety so far as a sacrifice of other lives indeed al- Â¬ a birds life is concerned Layer upon most all of their anniversary layer of feathers can withstand any attended by a holocaust of rites are human amount of water or any degree oi cold ings They believe that when a be-Â¬ king in proof of this see liow the d licate or a noble dies he must have wives and tern after wintering in comparatively slaves in the rnvt s nan ju11 a ue milit t ti iL noes m U8 and m ordr 6 at these may v sea ana lay tnetr egg not be wsnting the simple c on tne oare ice For two it tv nj rsaertea to jt killing his wasesnt the tender breast of the sea slaves and sending them after him swallow is pressed acrainst a cold block Lude and bloody ceremonies mark the of ice Again as another example of practice of this custom which are con Â¬ influence of food rather than cli- Â¬ tinued for about a week Strange to mate in governing bird aetion take the say numerous volunteers are al colony of beccaflcoR The beecati who are not only ready but atcrranean bird comni be offered up in honor of a southern shores of Spain and Italy in kin Malta n shores of Africa Roman Labor at Oreat Attitudes vn in tho isles bat large orchard hton ant Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 r garucucrs in amuwaj trees says a writer in the New York Tribune I do not think there is any white man who has ever been able to solve the mystery which sutTonnds the lotto by means of which the Japanese arboriculturists can dwarf oaks rtltr trees anflshowingso that snar indJn wataanW mossv and - press train starting fcf 1 nais station This road is a v ant one and without account nwtxmt towns whlrh the peopl that journey was which yiii 0 I was spending to ac tlB- - tor the gentry to carry ght haml tiusaisLia a king with the keys coin mat alia of the maaco-of the owners to rush the hand down in the pocket with great show of devil may care and bring fort watch of which the material ia nn aeratchalle from among the en glance at the time and ear Icssly replace it with an air of ty in it infai -- rdaon the I they black face of are a n4nii iQ In all sorts of inlaid g btrt t ne Dans OX it la tney ar very reasonable in price h the custom at the gay capital in nvnar sk in the f somewhat reimr Aw proportinns and placed upon a gin at fcwi before is which ia said to be th which it full of people amusing themselves and erected for that purpose has b op by A J Corcoran upon the 1 the children carry i of Prcscott Hall Butler at gin to make many sand nuan Several windmills el among herelves seeing with a great L I joice the pU isnre which otvupe their power had been prerlotu Mr Corcoran but upon tower children Whan the weather and the sky without any clouds they seeding 1 5 feet high ent tower is 190 feet high let a boat and sail along a lit t done because the spring from whiel tancc walking here and was desired to pump water waa u in the risks the lobster put the beach and at times covered by t breeches ou the knees in or make their feet wet and when the dusk int so that it was begin to fall they start from the seato a ver shore and entering in the houses or height in order that it avigsl hotels discute alxut the phasu liistiltfia within the day Oh then how they find themÂ¬ Twenty barrels of ooncrselves happy in these hours of peace it always thinking to they pleasure they bam pirie an do not doubt at all the kinds of sor rows in this short life and do not used in its construe thing no more to the poor pef ple whom has not so much good in order to re- Â¬ miU that surmounts thi tow joice himself as well as these fortunate feet in diameter and pumps travclees making every year the same through OUeo feet of pipe t feet It delivers thing in order to preserve th ir own health in breathing the well doing air ervoir of a capacity for which it has filled in two On of the sea which give appetite strength and finally making in execution that is to say their PARIS SALON OF 1894 -i - when we are seeing that for the great many steamers g to the s fishing bOii sea with a as fishes of all kinds took each fishermen along the shore an games such as croquet lawn t and many others when th i away In that riree it beÂ¬ - that water and so wonderful aspect Highest Windmill In the World Â¬ - Â¬ - -- own well-bei- n- TWO NOTED SISTERS One Refused to Pay Taxes and the Other Translated the Bible At a recent meeting of the Eqnal Rights club of Hartford Conn Mrs L D Bacon gave an interesting sketch of the late Miss Abby Sxwftfc tonbury Conn who for many years refused to pay her taxes because she did not have a vote While her Julia raised cows and made five translations of the Bible Abby raised the breeze that wafted them to fame In the days of the Mil it rites and their talk about the end of the world Julia wanted to learn if there was any wur rant in the original He brew for Millers predictions fixing the end of the world In IMS so she studied Hebrew and then went to work and translated the I have been unable to find said Mrs Bacon that any one man ever trans lated the whole Bible al 01 has been worked up by man hands and has appeared under differ Â¬ ent names as t icliffes Bible Tyn dales Bible Coverdales Bible Cran mers Bible and King Jan No one man ever did the work alone and unaided This was left for a woman to do and not only twice but five times did she perform this Herculean and then modestly shut the translations ap in her closet for a quarter of a cen- Â¬ tury never at that time intending to publish them IVohably no woman after the age of eighty can shew such a record as that of Julia Smith At the age of eighty two she had a lawsuit in her town which was decide favor and was then appealed by the defendant to the court of common pleas in this city resulting in a long trial the Smith sisters coming over every day Julia being the brightest witness on the stand in spite of her fourscore years und two At the ajre of el four she published her tmrsla x she the Bible At the age of was married making a record which easily di taree- rdsof ordinary mortals in the eighties -1 i days are seen Friday when fashionable play their magnificent suulay wlcn all mitted A distinctive charact nishing day writ 1 -- Varnishing Day Not What It Waa la the Ootden Age of I n nrh Art The w worn this day to varni iiiig what done It seems that t has had four ages the gold 1 Salvador in - n a critics criticise seooad when the amateurs joined the critics tn and amateurs were allowed their acquaint and that erarsti from I Paris - of bad t dame du talent if ypu find c 1 trance veranda v d rateur of tan from tab tau- - others work and appearance SAVED BY A CIGAR RaUrwad Experiences in and Around Smotln Car of a Train I dont care if I do said L -- the t i lobe Democra t Whirter of Ei es a frien feredhim a eigar says the tobacco cranks asked me the told him WAS HER OWN MILLINER A Washington Woman Whose Taste for Tulip lnds liot Her Into Trouble A comical experience of a friend of mine may le cited as a warning to other women who medit g the milliner by original methods trimming says a writer in K Washington Looking from her win- Â¬ dow one Sun ay morning when the tulip trees were in bloom it flashed r pon her mind that one of th reen striped buds would be just the touch of color needed at the back if i r new black lace bonnet the pres-Â¬ ent sumberness of which did not please her Two buds were finally secured and nestled down in the lace where the effect was eminently sati factory Pleased with the result of her ex- Â¬ pedient the bonnet was donned and my friend serenely mado her way down the aisle to her pew in blissful uncon Â¬ sciousness of the sensation she was to create ere she left the church A service progressed all thought of the tulip bud passed from he- - mind as com Â¬ pletely as though it I -- evr existed to tempt her errant Or- - lually however she becamo conscious that a great amount of suppressed laughter was going on in her immediate vicinity during the sermon Annoyed that she should have her attention distracted my friend turned upon the-- ollenders with a look of stern disapprovaL All to no purpose however for after each such silent rebuke the evidence f mirth seemed to increase She returned home at the conclusion of the service and while descanting to her family upon the irreverent behavior of the people behind her in church she took off her bonneL As she did so she gave a for the mystery was explained Therei on the back of her lace bonnet where she had pinned a couple of sleek closed tulip buds were two gorgeous flowers which in th warm atmosphere of the tad grad ually opened to a rx end ginia tion for dinner Af lor seat in th wtt the smoker to enjoy a cigar long part of the train The smok - was tra ped at a It saved m nn s behind us all went persona i car and i they were think it was I was on a A Memphis train and saw men k o lost their livecanse they left the ladies eon smoke The smoking car was immigrants ai uw iwo men uvxi between the cars One was a f- - t have killed cause the train jumped th k at a sn culvert The ends he two went into the c ihe two forms were crush 1 inger his DnWfenar and tha tnmn nr killed No one else on the train was scraVhcL Indeed sengers har he jar as the tran was running very slowly 1 of Cotton was his partner I bel a tramp ridiru on tl M 1 A SPIRIT RAPPING DOG He Gave Some Old Ladles tho Idea ThV urricanHe was a - of mine departago says a a Journal His Bob a very larg 1 j tail was so povc ged it in a fri he wa s very f at wh y j tail touched four to sit down und those whom nof wh - bj at I UNCONSCIOUSLY DIVORCED Kentucky Conples Singular Kxperteoeo After Making rp a QuarreL An attorney who has recently been in eastern Kentucky examining some land titles tells the Louisville Courier Journel the following curious story An indictment was returned by A log used to be in a lay light seance nay at which I a In the com table with a colored cover rigli it Boh liked to Ik on being then position T - pr the Elliott county grand jury the other day that beats anything coming under my notice during mv long years of practice It seems that a couple named Wilson became tired of married life ami concluded to go it single again nploy a lawyer to procure the desired divorce waiting thmet and concluded to try in d harness again Love tr tne n their past exper and when the divorce was granted they were getting along like a couple tour They pakl no I in swer tain word there would be t raised ll rHS my voice at came t cer- Â¬ medium and r ivorce proceedings cane i to figs and s Be this as i the warm s rvachet f GalerL the fact 1 r Giri nif in China rtaiit article of ex- present in all surface i from itur- - Fi 2 car lines from iiiianaMulit St Lou Indiana inaau ludiauapolu 5COC0 ANO OVCR DAILY Ilk and Iteakak that runs O CaSIVTSI A MONTH r springs are lakes hot on aeon the Â¬ ing it appears ttat the men were able to to perform a fair sea level days work at an n their divorce being granted Waa when the sheriff caLtl on them wi warrant for their arrest f adultery The v gave i - fairylike tales by their more advesr The yarn to reach Lowdon is that a college of beaaty baa been e - J1 judge When Xhe ntng Sail on J he t e G Man Afno a Yar the route where Uie Teater than a wi preacher and the eouple believe they no be puxuaJaed-- They went to a wrire plaintd mamed again and WATCHES by Mall WMMG D G EDWARDS wrO A HAIDEMAN BOB FOUKTM r Bca nUnaocn Avenue A Cmctatii I T WILSON LOUISVILLE Prop KENTUCKY ALUMINIUM Ar i a as stastllistiallsa Hen lavor frei