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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i JA fcfwj nu 1 I S 111 WILL NOT S V MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY NEW COURTHOUSE Chicago is To Have a Mitiiitiicnt One anil Cttj lillll ChUOAUO Au 97 19m commissionÂ¬ VOLUME Till Latest U RICHMOND Govt Report rrrfciilent V WEDNESDAY CONDENSED A bnrgbir or n New Y AUGUST 29 18941 II ZJrli3 Saved Her Mrs C J Wootni f Highest of all in Leavening Power sj Tin In -- I j Print HOEVER YOU ARE HEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE Aer NUMBER 12 Roya ABSOLUTELY PURE CLEVELAND ik- Irosu ihr leeli KENTUCKY rTATE NEWS thi At Wickli owiied by JU 1 1JEWS TirlW An- co ware- - at hi red fniia rll 1arts of the suiMiTox ient bill lit of the ers of took county inonti ty thi gctoi1 S congri ion Me will Has Written En The i rMay evening I On IK Favorably the Tariti Bill i oi a lrm i with 1 pri- - p to eon r John Wat fir some tvooil John loliu Wickliffe a of d this s Ir Miller nt structure for i Durni city hail to take the TliK secretary of state for some time itcd build- of the present with let eapacil ies organizations ruanufactur i thu Architect Henry Ive rns and bankers in have ah to whether or not Labor da ulK r Co niitteci plana for the proposed sky ber r the is a lejfal holi dem scraper jrl of the state 11 lmilding fourteen stories high and of ay Hon Harvey Meyers intro Â¬ to duced a bill in the last legisture to a and material er in the t so but the measure never be ter oi the building is to be alioiit a law feet SviiTii Uaikks shot and killed It is proposed to issue bonds for the Munday near Henderson i money and lease the ground floor to not arcd The murdered private tenants which will brh man was from Levvtsport IJoth cel- ly to tntry have i the th count EI la - X i j At uomii A lev h by tire o publicans an because Midwaj it was not v 1 number of igh A tin- 1 Â¬ uatcr t tillllil lielalion- - their tariff work Most of these rentals aggregatin paying interest on luims U a year treat- Did at whole city partial ly insured Thaddeufl W t immoos an old sol-Hfell from I th lliid in the manufacturing district i ifc- lid by the Come to Us and Satisfy You t i I Can Ayers Chrrry lectoral Ulic ol - e- kitil- - Iklmin iin in to Mr aiM i llil Irn red hot campaign for re ele iter upon ira in The present courthouse eoat the county over 84000 the city hall cost Chica go nt figure in cluding all st als or boodlii RIOT AT TOLEDO Injpirc- Muillii lared make is want Â¬ Tux open seasons for vario in this state are Sojiirrels June turkeys September February February wild geese and ducks 1 1 internal injuries likelv to prove Ayers I T - 1 to to Au- Â¬ bill a gust to April te Kbruary 1 1 can hardli Washi Ice HQaU umi Several llay- - I aid representa- by of tii I ji A veto would hav for a man Aug 87- - A close though manifestly fair decision in Detroits favor put the crowd in bad humor in st mning of th d and woodcocks l ph t ilnh 15 to January 1 doves August to February 1 Ioii Johnsi in a murderer who broke jail IS months ago while awaiting trial red near at Middh 1 html About ten days ago David Ibrlingcr War- in aged an influential re Sun- on a rusty nail ely Every building in Gurncville CaL livery was a A stable and a silim Burns killed by falling wav be f in avail Cher i lia Â¬ JKt tl- wyer CL ii zzfLzz C T WELLS Manager r safe ndt fl r i n that ecutirc disappr i f the with loddy injury i when the The r act a v 1 thus have Mr umpire n McQuaitl was struck once bL dressing do the crowd ted the a halt other day and m Tsoof Mr AIT t is from the seal of trouble in tinhoetaw Nation show matters aro growii sup- county j candii to have been murdi At Belle lipi AYERS Cherry Pectoral Prompt to act sure to cure BLUE GRASS HERD nia Herman about and 11 years old Amalongs livery thirty res and stables w J W until teis i ly refused to commit I I It is probable that at thi republic irmit a hol used in the orts alco Â¬ team ltims and their way down town the Detroit Du i HEIRESS KIDNAPED I fill cause the YorK from soul to leave the bus to olF the fence and was discharged the ssailants A Ttledo lad contents strki the boy just above who was riding in their bus had his the left Hip ntly The visitors ldy killing him aln jaw broken b ber day Iven rr hits in the Dpelled the un- - ti t hri- - Poehler Lake Erit yardmaster for tho STOVES R H Do You intti BRONAUGH Crab Orchard Ky attempted it a moving r train In the yards and under the wheels and cut to pieces D S fourth a IIinl- M in tneky Need Stoves W Anil ii Bataflj H ld for V f I the treasury u MIUII 1 AZfKTON i Mori ck la Kh1iII1 All irriac ST trian giri Two - tria leaving 1 i the chi I moher died in erable rev kius nilds I will V his city A Austria ly n y and I I after another arrived t i s rille lb Lenlecks visi- inÂ¬ h the president tiry Last Sunday tending to attend miss of her It w Fannie left home Th S childs disappearan B vrr I It 7 c Musselman in the vilhi Fayette couwty laen outhvvest of this city at- - Morgan deceased Falmouth i i by the mountaineers for many Jol n C countj md whili Ort county the birds were in progress trouble iginal will Martha Dun arose between two rival owners and a n ah ow Junction Iarr place which result S Pendleton Morgan Falmouth men being stabtw d to ty there seriously injured itesi revivals of the gaards were called upon to in lark count was the two ich threateaed hristian churc A iarre whole town I i en made lumber by itifessioh rd lte Iters lilrttiday Tint annual ra Eunice of Hardin I widow of Henry Ward was held at Vine rated her eighty ee It was largely atteii ted not oi lay very quietly at the from the county but from the Many went ter the wife of Ber surro country nwall on the from Louisville Saiuu The principal ad on Mrs leeeiiei s health has was made by Col Dennett II been tailing of late but she Young who spoke on The V 9 to writ Her nfederacy Finis iiknn a negro tough and mar Ki eilouia b ion of the there will be a aide Thomas Dr iklyn and Const anniversary at a was nerve a arra KrtliiiiaUe in in i Aii CTtn 1 BjUTIIXO iian Killed at a luck MexAur n ti ht At a grand Fi Newport irles mo i ell county inty Julius I i Addit Wright chairman of the a travels on a Pullman pass Mr Labor Commissioner Carroll D THE COLD WEATHiK UPON VO III SO- -- tn Â¬ j - - The pass entitles him to ride in n any Pullman part of the United During a heavy storm at Iai W Va Sunday mornii ning struck the chain of the steamer kill- Ben Hut ing Ba i who was the vi one half bow As inches into his bi ol KoD claimiiiL i STOVE OR A GRATE w NNEW I HARDWARES Bardw HEATING i U BE A NECESSITY ive ojiencd a atiil hall haniHc th ire have 1 ooking line been larjje thi en i 4 in r sal tic COOKING STOVES WARE STOVES GRATES TIN ROOFS CUTLERY GUTTERING - i light at is parti that can AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS i ren Satisfaction I body of Ji sei ii J McN Wll B Y of age and dead on the beach of Minnesota Point To his fellow boarders he talkand A HSATINC STOVE A OOOXZVC quoted Ingcrt oil a BX0VX A SAKCS A BSASS appeared I handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows o None better 1 tinner in tin on shorl rJirct -- have in c n a Tinsbop with W G ets AM E EKTTRtKI I i TO SI 11 lilM As TTJitrLXlirL THOS H KARR Brick Sttxtfcs Ln r Zcirz7 UteasIZa Hie have pri rly in the J oi Wn l Ti ty is Com TAYLOR BROS CLAUDESMlTliCO FARM CHEMISTS liultl V 1 J i ir lli it Joua w and as far as at L--- - Oat The New Hardware Finn llWi LAND UAUDWAUEJ I un roni lr Verdict for a Million anil a Half Lew is is under inc an K - of mar j 3 SHOE IT5 V - IS TE E- - 5 CORDOVAN Si IMlIr Do von need a Cookim Ml 1 w m ed by It w I I I I it is Mr Sanch but il vv ill begin a of s red a h in vn M if- it An - D followed by a paper on soil analysis by A M ucky At tin W Kilgour of North f ii fertiiiers e n tant rai Co i latter is now in Eu- turn to me impor - iokj MiiANA i Frank meeting the deli Lng I I was BMJSj The members of all ehemii IMPORTANT MEASURES as agricultural Faiftcil by tin- Bmm lut Delayed iu of health lil i i arc At ASinNoTox portant measures i J im under discussion ar nica the results of th veution will be of I iport- - - urned i jrair have left for every- a round nkt corporations ic of receivers appointed bj th courts It pnMiit The bandied by the thout par- - a trie Wing- forwarded over tne Wyoming division i day ami tl N licvc that the rish will c least a month Up to the present time lifornia green the line to fruit has lieen shir astern markets lint lew shijv - were maiic I until July i after rike was declared otf - Irntpction ii Aug T A dispatch from n im- to the T -- Iimi -- - for t outrages on missionaries that Ussy oe beh miinals are rebuilding the in liberal compensation will To relatives of the victims li Chang1 ha explained regret to 1 - iivilIi- the Lritish minister A liwi liT omruit Suicide St Ci n 11 r the bill intztxhac Thu of South Carolina at has into conference but no ly go nd it m i been r over The anti lottery bill designed prevent the traffic in I gn lotteries ancry system iiui passed has been favorably re- 1 An at Â¬ by the commit tee tempt was made the other day to pass it under the unanimous consent rule but objection was offered and it It is now pending in the house will pass as soon as it can be suli- Another imp I to a tou isthatrt bill in a st by Mr Lone of Illinois to make tracts payable in lawful money out regard to the kin 1 of money Quite a tied in the contract of the important bills number including the Bailey bankruptcy bill and the bill to revise and a aw with regard to United states court oommissoners have passed the house and are hanging fire in the sen ate Among these also is the measure for the inspection of immigrants and to exclude paupers and criminals t- lay af well known King r and inv Alex shot several tunes and Oarr a young man Afterti alked Cnrr threw down his pis slowly np the street A policeman arthe police rived and arr wai m The killing wlit of a dispute over money matters ternoon Gapt Atlanta Murdered an Ga A H T boy of East Lewis Dare a ton a few miles north of thi- - city died Ii his f ot and of lockjaw the wound healed quickly A few days later be experienced terrible pain in the injured member and all his joints few days iff He my Until death relieved him Unriil in a s mil lit nnati Aug SO While at work in a saint pit at iiopue street and Sjirin- I rove avenue Saturday the sand caved in on Nick Weber pletely burying him and causing fatal injuries He vas iu the bottom of the pit when the cave in occurred Other dug him out and found him us box recently presented to Gibbons was made from a pwoe of the roots of a mulberry treo under which at SL Marys in Marj--lanus first cel it is bell ebrated in this region The date of this service was March 25 1034 and when the tree blew down a few years ago it was thought to have xn be Â¬ tween three hundred and four hundred years old A jewel 1 A Historic Iciaeiito i Â¬ - The Columbian Relies In execution Wasiiinito- Aug ii of the pledge that the valua relics now in the cust shall returned tte departmentship ofbewar the navto atican on a department has decided that the cruiser Mac bias will perform this service i I Two Killed 1 1 ion iNiiFoUT ad er in I E Krani Vermillion mi one of Aug il The here h t boilÂ¬ morning killing leading jeweler of this place and Wm rs There eight others employed in thu mill but nom machinery igh the buili were totally destroyed The dnmaireo surrounding- prorerty Teat This is the second time a boiler has let go in this mill four men were killed The boili similar accident engine were insure 1 fs SBsV V- - t5X kSl storm James Black an extensive tobacco buyer of Shellin Loui known in has eeoiii one Lis af-loujrht to b by a sunstroke which he i1 two years ago and sustal from the effectsof which he has never fully recovered ABOCT one third of Marion county has IkuI no rain since June s and as a result the finest prospect ever known four weeks since for a corn crop has tl one third the dwind average and the end L not W T I aTik w n ith assault on Mrs Den Westerfield a village near Owensburo escaped from the oiacers bringing him toOwensboro and is at laitre The of iiccrs were taking him a circi route to avoid a mob - pre Attoxxkt Jamis A Si pared a suit which will be tiled in the lioyd circuit court by C H Christman the plaintiif against the Chesa and Ohio railroad for Sioono dam Christman and his son were inroad jured while drivin- track and collided with the companys engine Pkn ions issued the other day Original George W Ohaiticld Ashland Jesse Burl Increase lioyd countj aiian Lawrence county George W Lee Bracken county lrockvill Re issue William Mrummett Livings- Â¬ ton Rockcastle county John W Watts Or Marion county Lebanon widows etc Sophie Oerdes Dayton Mexican War Sur- Â¬ Campbell county vivors Increase Jackson Holmes Alton Anderson countj-Thk drought is doing much damage in Metcalf county Boa I M QriGUCT who was recently appointed judge of the court I to iill the unexpired term of Judge Dennett has written that he will not be a candidate for the before the people at the Nov Judge Grace of Cadis election djlj- - be elected though opposed by ucali and Robertson of I 1 i I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IvANiiK None like it ibor ti BALTIM I 3 l DCUCiLAS LROCXTON JrtAS3 V L You ecu save nianry by p Wi hi iin f sti iimr So I f THYLOR 106 Main ru No Z r Rye W l ii Street Richm BROTHERS f f a ti NoI aortl ai- u dealer cam vUia He V wur nriTirLrtnnjTjiJTTjiriJTirjxii S -- ixlc 57 JACK FP33J1A1T S 1 WheatNo i Cobs Oa Tot red ta ibul No-- WELSH K 3 rtJ s GarnettHouseSoloo 5 sTJTruLrLra tTUl tltlTu n- - The good bunt a W lair 11 Uoi orLni ijLijijiiiJTXuTrijnrij uiJTjiji S Cattie Inline Uulcan - Vurk- to tair Yor 8 yiM yeal j-j ad rotiKti Pure Whiskies Brandies iuii-3-yea- Wines c Chilled Plow JUTJiJlJln naTLTUl A fu FARLEY BROSJ THE OLDEST Zarivars ai Grocery Tirri ir BiehBOatA q ctutj uuirtrLTL uixltlTiTu truirLriri Decidedly The Best tnnrt vri5 nnn 5 160 common S0ci100 N ambs ftiOO I ue50 steers Cattle ia Good IM Buffalo Y Au a llbl Mr Robt I have cuijaeil the Terrili Si barteuilei who w 11 be pleased to nave his friends call an t SBC him w riji T tiooil to choico ixl t5 50cliU0 ceumioa to lair BTCAtl 40 39 JONKS ianiftl 1 11 uus Saloon Also i in ii e lim to choice Yorkers 5 mixed and medliini 65tVliO imunun heavy rssSS roughs HJXaTb good Good tut uncus lULuoU Sticet it OTJTJ everv TJ Sleei- - and Lambs ssoi 11 UK 1 rn KK viin ss LOUIS p CINCINNATI ami ST 7100 Cash per la lbs J qcotatioxs ill a o An N a - v 11 PALACE LOUIS SLEEPING CARS BEP I white 5354i V4 14c No 2 barky and WASHINGTON t IA BIG FOUR ROUTE C r 17 Gru A KNOWLEDG Hrinrs coinfi iihiself The Italian buum h ht by her tn c worki is jrei 0 His Hartford The Co Meyers family that a terrible the Vicinity of will visit Bracken county September 9 Thk Mt Sharon Methodist burned near Hopkinsville oiiost is said to have warned D B steers M40 Uv4SU Cattle ioo1 t reedere Hi is Good to l cyclone Parina Church to the ground Tho Speady Moose ore tanrt Thoncht That Tbcre rinjinal Delay in tltta 1 1 Had lli ra promptly Tli onp box i ud of barrel says the ii tin i up To one who knows nothing of big it is amazing to see how fast a can run his stri A light fr r than a horse aw a the track and as down the ti leter- At Ill 1 citizens standing around I he asked up before him ded half a dozen s i soon Whats the charge Hoss stealing raight run for C0o3iJ0 fair Legal Iuiiiiiarie Tojstine Saratoga H Y Aug K The anÂ¬ nual convention of the American liar day ution adjourned after disposing of a c vice laneotis business The annual banquet of the association took plaoe at the Grand Hotel Friday night Japan Arming E Yokohama Aug 25 Active military preparations continue on the part of Japan Be enforeements are being iy advanced to the front Nevrs ived here Irt the e y the Big The elegant service Kour between Cincinnati ami St Louis i trains are excelled by 110 other line composed of new cars throughout coaches of the latest improved pattern and Y Sleeping Cars in service for the first lime Day trains have larior ami Drawing Room Dining Cars anil lad Exquisite rs be Tbrouih la ace But tween St Cine via Indianapolis the in c Nilt 109 23 90 Ii dfani w CLltiwiisg - WHAT DOES IT MEN - SOLID VEST13ULED TRAINS e 0 r M i T A Sat QUE M AVD CRESCEMT ROUTE Youbetcher life two Wnl eVfttcMiCfl Mm in the aot The judge looked ngly- Will you swearto it he asked Course we wiU didnt we jiatteTi roa we ketcbed him at it All right gents said the Judgo1 blandly as he laid his gun across the I I a you prove It- - about to ULr Jyy inw AT j 13 Uesirable Prooertii tor Sale il bu every one r con re and lj - IN iTHEGUMAXDFFiOEiSP5- POWELL- - richmond THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON not as plain to the view as 1ikeV 1eak Reports from alKiliti and toti co Qtopa will greatest exjiectations WATKKMED It is explained by a well informed gentleman who long resided in the Smth why Niathern watermelons thai teach the North are so tough ami tasteless Be Editok SQjaal that the Tie rl BUSail EMtKl WEDSI ThQ J Climax Printing Co POWELL SSHLSSu 1KU YKAK PRICK fl50 WKINKMiAY - AUGUSTS ALTEETISIKG HATES - i m The melons raised for shipment are part pumpkins The patches are planted and half with watermelon- pumpkins The bloaan mix and the m between the two This will statu long i toiigii t ind which railroad riles and answers the purpose pennine watermelon to the credu- Vortherner He savs further that the melons raise for home consumption i iirious and the rinds tender that they cannot he trans- uagoii without placing straw under them sn s Till FARMERS OiMITloN pl- fm i E r t hi- - With a promise of the most bountiful that have been known in many with indebtedness reduced to a minimum and all of that owed vl home with the prosHct of well Stocked sruok over flowing corn cribs the ppi will next winter be the most fortunate and found anywheie indcendi - MOCHATrrTKK1 IARY tinaucial general has brought such widespread distress ami CaantWJ rained vic tims by the thousand ill sigin of tin m patindncaa1 want and sutlering bj industrial jirostration other and loss f employment the situa the Mississippi fanner stands in bold and happy contrast to the untoward that are weii nigh univi the allirs that Â¬ Â¬ - orevii We know thi ricnltnral fi jaiiv of gainst this ptiin S of live prosperity con- t WHITE scious that it easts more to produc ith hired labor than it will KS Mil V 9WV and they insist that fanning A nd tliej not pay Bat dnrii eption - that ry line ha- - been t lie backwards and the tarnwn and is therefore ws and in the ntent h nte than any i our Miiilntiin l MUSCLES ASD MORALS KMTHKIAL CnRRKSPOXUEStE The world has as yd aken free from the suspicion that strength - Here is a refreshing case of the pot calling the kettle black Representatives afthaSt Louis Liq- nor Dealers Benefit Association have Ktiti Triln asked Mayor Walbridge to close the le lodiauiont camp meeting They declare Till IhssoN i COXEY1XM that it is a disgrace to the city and a of Tin- bai icyites are now at menace to the morals and reputation its citizens Upon Mayor Walbridge re- Â¬ one by one by the authorit il the District of Columbia away into the fusing to entertain the proposition the country some here and some there and liquor dealers argued the matter oo the KHr fxils must k and tramp again Dr Gibson and Charles Powell went now and then if they may pick op or if they desire some small piece of work out to the lake and caught a string of tish t keep themselves alive The lesson of is long as your arm in ten minutes time Coxeyism has been taught already but lint when Jim- Mitchell and Will Farley this final daily admission that nothing pulled out their hiMks to go home t heir laces were as long as the string of fish ne of the movement and that noththey lost A man must act as well as ing ever could conn of it brings its teai h more and inure forcibly to our pray oo minds A ladv said to Dr Gibsoa the other iv not Ikoii vicious that Thi day Doctor is it true that a great many ban been shownrr iht- shi id tag The Doctor people are buried alive with which they have confronted starvaIt i not the case with my pat tion They have been driven hither and replied bene aimlessly They are ients madam I always see to that outcasts again below the grade of tramps fore I discharge them oo ven m to lack even the Whenever a man tells you how honest intelligence which is implied in ridingon a railway truck or walking for a distance he is dont believe a word he says oo f variety This is a new sag - an I liars like to blow their own with regard to the Coxey move which it occurs to us to offer The horns oo led with trepidation at When you have a project or subject It ring of tramps thi-- i al Thousands that you want run iu the ground put it lid gather at the capital and in the bands of women WOOld Hut they did ft makes some people terribly mad to turns out then- was dun them for a just debt They will Ik Tin- men who might have nodanger - if they had participated your enemy until the debt is paid and then they will be your Mend again it did not go to Washing oo all They did not participate in it Dud Miller is the best stock man we almost all jood Ameriisn workmen everywhere had have ever had on the streets tx seen that the way to find work is to find If you want to stick in the ground g to jo out to look for it to arrest it someÂ¬ Strengs and get one of those spade tail how from surrounding conditio I i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i Is it ever known in civilized timtv probabil within the bounds of ity to imagine such a condition permaNot at all The law of averages nent like the law of probabilities discussed in higher mathematic- - is almost invariable If the present price is the low i is taken M the highest the averagalmut 125 a bushel That figure is only a fair price for consumer and pnlucT - not improbable that l or more will be paid Im wheat within a twelve month These facts are noted that fanners who with manufacturers are just now in the slough of despond may not lose heart and hope The world of trade through waves of high prices and low prices These waves like the wa the sea are never still line need not Ik It is an optimist to take this view rather the view of mathematicians whose stH k in trade is tigim s who know that the law of and the law of proba bilities unerringly point to very much b tter prices than those prevailing at Â¬ Am I not your wife oo You are- - my dear wife the papers ol that place Sterling banks all close when the the Mt local team plays a game of base kaL WiwcheMrt OraMCraf Why not remain closed as they do very little business in that moneyless burg- oo Patronize the man who solicits your trade lies the one who means business and will do the right thing by you oo A man who stammers came into our Mis- Â¬ oilice a few days since and asked ha has con con I mean con Congress adjourned Hut I told him it had not of course thought he gave Congress the best name it ever bad ter ha cong--chole1 oo Manv things ot great interest were on regard exhibition in the Floral Hall in Sun has the following to hich the The upper floor of the Floral Hall or more properly the Art Hall presents a collection not easily described There is great variety and excellence It is an exhibition ot Fine Art and Liberal Art With much of the antique added in the carious heirlooms and mementoes that are collected as though in a museum of rare things instead of a county fair Nota ble among the old and ran articles is a pianoforte made M London and the first one brought to Clark county and jter An elaborately haps to Kentucky chair of the twelfth century carved Shovel and tongs three hundred years old An oil painting of General Corn A sampler stock and wife of Virginia A cm made by Luanda gpergin - each mora than one hundred d nc of these is described on A dress worn by Mrs las a card thus Van Ixum to a reception given the Mar qats Lafayette in Philadelphia made in Pars France before the Revolution A piece o sculpture 1 bust by Joel T Halt made in ISsV has special inn m it was one of Harts first pieo white bedspread made by Miss Klla Hart There is in 1807 is of homespun linen a tile of the Lexington Gasetto from 177 A Hint lock gun carried by las to ill Reaick in the war of 1MJ together with if a buckskin pooch and powder horn tableware there is a plate from Prussia two hundred years old a sugar Isiwl ami a blue wine glass from the Mayflower c lira dish representing the thirteen orig- Â¬ inal States an oval blue dish one hundred years old representing the celebrated story ol the Chinese lovers Then- is a bowl which hlilimjpd to a family at slHro when it was a fort and a large and small picker over one hundred ycais old i i parsons ornaments may be named a pair of bracelets taken from a skeleton iu a mound iu lark county t pair of gold ear rings w Inch belonged to the mother of D njamhi West the artist and two necklaces of antipie date also a snuff box owned by Benjamin West A suit of Confederate uniform and a Con federate lag look as time worn as revoluNear tlu is a painting tion iry relics representing the ascension of the tlag with these lines beneath 1 Â¬ - Best the World if Pro- Â¬ t w Maaaammi Tha Judgement on Hoods nounced by Squire Fogg yj Pmsaaaal hk tgJas mj rz r jEI V IllDEES i IHif F0IH I BARGAIN STORE 8W88SfJ C LEXINGTON Aug 28 Sept lTVr4ri I 1 The Proprietor ol this cs from New York wliere he has ben ut o ICTCLI i SsaaaaaaaaaBqi72l anaaaaat A THOTTING RAGELS or D4ILT NEW GOODS Ipon arrivals at prc sai fiSauaHaWJilr T Athletic Contests E - Largest Ponltry Show Ever Gives g -- FINEST SHOW ON EARTH Championship Y now iv in COM1M K1K - The followtnu testimonial comes from T M throughout KenFC3 Esij who is tucky as sear justice am justice of the peace for llatli county His words shouU invoke tlis confidence of all who read his letter n Â¬ iV VVXI s Stock Flowers Womens Work Etc s i TIIE HOST LINE OF I Dry Sab Istioa Sottt citjr an M Excursion Rates an Ail Railroads In America FIR DAY I w Best Equipped Grounds LADIES AND GHILOREN FB i Ml Ever hroiijjht t other house in thi- M Co Lowell Mass I will sn for Hoods HarsapartUa I belipvs In the It to be the best medicine tn the world v Inter of 92 I had I bfd case of the trrlp which left my system in very bad shape I tried every- Â¬ thing I could find and ot no r lief In the fall of the same yi ir I seaaat a bottle uf Hoods Saxsaparilta The first dose I took C I KikxI SEND FOR CATALOGUE HuKVi E W WIUOaT Sccy 8HELHV T H4BWHOK Pr Ie Mertay Ie Undersell Which Sirrply Covers All We do n jt want to srll best trxxs for HI have enlarged our storaamud jains We bought can give bargains to cash barer interist to look thr will save Btoacy It Made a Decided Change for the better When I began taking the first bottle my weight was 127 pounds the lightest by the time the second bottle since manhood POSITIONS Dranghons NASHVILLE GUARANTEED College Our FREE 96 page under reasonable conditions catalogue will explain why we can afford it Practical Business TENN had been used mjr weight was 1HB pounds I owe all this to noods SarsaparlUa and I gladly T M Foco recommend It to all sufferers Justice of the Peace Sharp iburg Kentucky biliousness HoodsCures Hoods Pills Writ for catalogue urn liver ills constipation Jaundice siek headache indigestion and TeleShorthand Penmanship Book keeping VVe spend more money in the interest or graphy the Business our EiiploymentDepartment than half Colleges take in as tnition 4 weeks by oor method teiching book keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan 1 1 teachers QOO students past year no we hae vacation- - enter any time Chiap Bobp recently prepared books especially adapted to 5rSSSSi i i 1 Write us and eiplamSent on 60 diys trial vaTout wants N B We pay 8 cash for ail Cnrics as Dooa nefpt n iiiBieipiKia an provided we reported to clerks HOME STUDY Confectionery For a yood breakfast dinner or supper lor Zj c E V ELDER Opposite Hotel Giyndon HW1 Lij8 TABLERSDIT BUCK EYE cens call on MRS H MAIER A T UJ IT mots V Â¬ OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES NO 21 FIRST STREET Also sugar coffee Boar bacon lard and all kinds of groceries and all kinds ot na Fresh live Florida and California fruits Cakes pics an candies ol al kimis sandwiches always on hand Everything at the lowest prices and the very secern lalv ticiks will take great pleasure in waiting on you to j T IC u To rcct the wurrir T iit BEST REMEDY for PILES FTspirtitTS- SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS voars as The tout 1 BOLD BV - AII DKltiOISTS n JKSSXMINK FLY- - matt An- coats in tin- - try that the tlesh and the devil are two por- hundredaptizjng Saturday aftcr- - tions the same entity and that to de - to work but the one We must disain the other creek here the result ai the ally to labor and earn mom till attaches to the the achool For tin k from op the twh snperb development oftbebaman alue fr it is inexorable ts if its perfection were a menace rather aw of demand and supply in the la-Â¬ of the divine soul upon than bor market as in all other- - the lal otcr i which it has been grafted is worthy of his hire He is worth no are regarded more as allurements to evi more to gooil more as wary aaaulants valuable to bit that Ma Mi - through than as faithful more money In- can earn If and joy may eufo If upon the per have tlu In i that hills Â¬ i rality suggestion that perhaps thousands who think work n aly do not want it oo whats That in tiik wink ind whos w in tiii Fights about watermelon patches ate of frequent occurrence in the county As usual the cooa is mixed up in all ol them A negro tramp assaulted the twelve year old daughter of Allen line but he was frightened oil ami ran up the river ami got away M sis Kay of Madison and Monte Walker got into a nnus iu a saloon at Niclohtsville and blows were exchanged Five dollar- - and costs each -- DOUGLAS TURPIN CO TAX piCE FREEMAN City Collector Architects 204 E MAIN d STREET Builders RICHMOSD KY The City Tax is now due Please call and settle Office S AILIE ITS FLY TIME AT OUR STORE Â¬ at Jack Freemans store D R 4- - al kom i t i Will furnish lans and specifications for kiinK of buildings and superintend Will at Â¬ Si the lowest price tract an work in our line We are pre pared todu tac finest work on short notice -l THIS IS HOW WE EXPLAIN IT It tak - tin CASH t tret Dont a k 11s to charge them a prices ford to do it Therefore if yon want ti ASH with these prices hrin IVniH rcll Bleached 10 2 ri llts 1 I ly be can n not way if i not im- - How s This what we are often puzzled to find out Somebody seems to have a creative mind with no higher ambition than to originate and start mi a round of idle gossip one slanderous story after another so utterly groundless as to lie silly and yet vou will be surprised at the number of people who listen to and re peat them time after time to fresh audi ences and keep the ball rolling Bui who is somebody tidy a mysterious spirit I suppose whose mission it is to trouble everybody and benefit nobody Look out lor yourself or you will tually land where tin- irritable old Irishman told his neighbors troublesome lucks oo is just Â¬ Â¬ M W Cirtv has let tin- contract for Tlie Cincinnati Cheap Store is selling erecting his mattress factory building to out at cost There never was a time when S A Hunt We understand that con e bought as cheap 4- tracts have been made with responsible parties for several hundred cords of linn orbamwood This is the materia from w hich the excelsi ir is made and m perfectly seasoned before used conse quently large quantities will be kept in Now is your chance to bring to stock t this heretofore almost valueless timber Powoll Fire Fire Turley pay all Arc losses Powell Turley -- i 1 She-tin-wil- l Hy 5 at 18 BUTCHER SHOP AT 16 4 cents H4 Pepperell Cnbleachcd S will fly at 9 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting will flv at Lonsdale Ma cents ll We offer One t the I F W I Cm si Hundred Dollar Re Catarrh tint ci Care atai Co Prop Toledo O i it is sufl that may indulge in higenic BITS-- brutalizing their Id of moral ITY high- force in it ie which they are gain- I and sinew are pi than that tter for the material pnrpi ily ami i life that tl and rather the foui rincipie if our than ititirm ani that the new methods may further this re llae majority shall rah in ht ami juM KflK nit the lna- - With in tll its the miiior- inl the mere fart that it is the nia- it from the i that wrong 1n hi ic sentiment lad he who trusts liiil to his sorrow that it with tiie prominent At t Li CllKVIN A ilM DKUMMERESSES idea anient yet tion If all to all the peo ritv f tl lid he no Kepuh he Demo I new tiell for won en to work in has oiieued up Thi- - is mt a noveltv lore ely a ilay foothold in si me occupa tion previoiislv held bv man exclusivelv In the new departure she - to travel for a Chicago man engaged in the manoiac- ture of chewing gum ad experimented in and while ril were his women drummers sent moth oplers that his che Â¬ party anl hristian re wooid give ap the v t lung action More - - ranning night and day to His gum pos-- he trade supplied old detect nor did bi r coupons with each and arrapped stick Nothing of the kind lli drummers did tin work but unfortu- ihromos ialf of a party may rule that party and this same party being slihtlv competitors he gtrai ao p eater in iiuuilier than the 0 inkling of the wthoda employed by hat Jiartv will rule over it the consequence drummensses These must lie gui rtli of the leiue that ibly the girl when she arrives in uk rule town gives a chewing gum reception ex ihree fou ciusively for women Here she dilatw on the merits of btr gum chews it in a A KAlXAi NEE nl way and gives Kints on tlie eti The Cincinnati Commercial G ipiette of chewing gum Then she dis- rially There wan an i nil mi take at Manchester sampli tahlisliment od kindreil in town except the hardware bouses As h Tin- report allowed peat im yet these comvrns will not handle the iiieut iu the condition of the Eiijr stuff In the the trade thus iuirkuien in these classes not only in is very big and she leaves the iimunt of uaes tiaid hut in the re- town with her goods well established duction of hours of labor which are now - at all the wilt Ii it Mj jK r wmk The Bel employed in the new held The Woman deJegates state tlat lrir working are in it and they w ill succeed and the par week a little more only misfortune is they will spread a bonr- lad than 1 lumns per liay At Lille the habit and in that way make it worse ers and weavers worked U tiion Tritm and the wages were from hoars PRK frui ISjM t OF FARM PRODL1 I lajanai Iran Hoflaao n of spinA ehuM of men avers be found in even ii i y ate BO think uaily horse flesh and oat iieit was potatoea ainl usual It matters not whether prio s be h vages y in their imagination is is fare of potatoes aud Urea assureThey invariably forget i occaairninl horse ties a ill pass aw ay wl are trying to jc rinaeiitly reduce the been will lie When wh as much they iagman said You w ill N I l Â¬ - fd the wage earner in Kugian works ieer horrs n ha- than Uiow huid And now - bett t in ire ei re- - it in in- let the i inay ion while t lUand are poorest of the That Haajiiiil ie air Mllent con praaf muneiitist the case say mity You will with rj nglaiiiliiilIiofTgetteii Jla- - iiisf as rttfimtj how TW ptieca of fann a secret the snaeectod interest in the A pin nic Best tabic peaebe- - 15 cents good and ill fortunes of our friends to 12 All our Lndi per can at Weckessers really care for their success and happi Â¬ the Flyingest Prices yoa ness They will fee the genuineness of And will ell at lowest priees Also headquarters for Our lV Vesta will tly at our sympathy and it will surround us 1 Our iu Vests will fly at with an immortal charm Try the ex1IKTWIKN Vesta will fly at Our periment Go into society thinking not CINCINNATI am ST LOUIS of the admiration you may gain but of Our J Vesta will fly at wn 11 In any quantity desired at factory priees We arc thankful for ia t the happiness you may confer and it Our 50c Vesta will fly at PALACK SLEEPING CARS iive u a call and patronage and solicit a continuance of the same matters not whether your face be beautiiietn All our Summer Goods will ro at Plying IV 7 i We will buy a few nice veal calves see for yourself ful or your toilet costly you will be hap- ST LOUIS and WASHINGTON I OLD GRLMDLER C FLY time ia the gayest time of all the M ar to visit py The world likes sunshine and symVIA our store It is simply the rinse when we ut wings pathy and turns to them as the flowers BIG FOUR ROUTE The Lexington Saaetto in apeakiag of bask iu the sun of June low prices to everything which we do mir want to a fox chase kivs The elegant service offered by the Kig sec and will not see in our store a month hence A great deal is arid about the excite Â¬ Kenneth Bazemore had the good for- Four between Cincinnati and St Louis is excelled by no other line Night tiains are ment of a fox chase and the beauty of tune to receive a small bottle of Chamber-new cars the music but our young friend John 8 lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhrca Rem- composed of improved throughout coaches of the latest pattern sad Waguei T G G Berkley of Sooth Klkhorn has a novel edy when three members of his family Sleeping Cars in service for the fu t time I lay trains have Parlor and I Maw ing Room way of enjoying these sporting luxuries were sick with dysentery This one Dining Can and It is said that he goes to the den and small bottle cured them all and lie had Cars and Exquisite Through Palace beSleeping he entrance then makesa bed and some left which he gave to Geo W tween St Louis lionet Washington Cars and C eep while his dogs make I5aker a prominent merchant of the via Indianapolis Cincinnati and iiesi night hideous with their yelping so that place Lewis ton N C and it cured him peakt Ohio Ry in connection with the Tours for Busy August Days F F V fun The Hinuig Car Serno oni p of the same complaint When troubled viceous extends through from Si I sail to We have a friend who is a distinguish w ith dysentery diarrhrca colic or cholera Washington For lull information regardtor of Madison county This morbus give this remedy a trial and you ing rates etc apply to nearest ticket agent gentleman some years ago was the owner will be store than pleased with the re- or address I I MARTIN G P T A ick of hounds and in the habit sult The praise that naturally follows ZIF1 E O McCOKMICK P T M of lea ing the confines of town on Satur- Â¬ its introduction and use has made it very day afternoons and hieing himself to one popular 25 ami JO cent bottles for sale of his farms on the Jacks Creek pike by W F Powers and T S Hawaii drug- where with congenial friends he would glsls turn the d nd spend the night MISS SUDIE RUSSELLS PRIMARY SCHOOL listening to their lieep mouthed havings Main Street RICHMOND KY ADJOINING COUNTIES up and down the cliffs of the Kentucky Will open as usual September loth 804 For terms call at No 604 Main St 11 13 river and peruana occasionally when CIAKK the night winds blew- Bold the hours long the blixxl became sluggish Mack Ferrell was sent up for stealing and tired nature demanded rest would turkeys TO TAX PAYERS stimulate with a draught of do wrong Hogs are selling at 4 and 4 ceuts at from a pocket flask Having lieen raised Log Lick rtfa ot the Ohio river the chase has The new school house on Indian Creek no joys nor pleasure for us and we fre is completed Your taxes hare been due since quently made sport of his love tor it Tramps are getting very numerous in w hich he good naturedly lcre 1 catching the fox seamed to be no part of his pro- the vicinity ot Mooresville Please come forward and settle at once Farmers around Tulip and Wades gram and in answer to our tpiery as to so that I can settle with the Auditor and what constituted the attraction we were Mill have commenced cutting tobacco pay ofi the countys indebtedness told the baying o the logs and that he A tomato was raised on the farm of J Respectfully or any other hunter could tell which dog D Souatey which weighed three and one was in the lead by hearing them bay We half pounds J P SIMMONS For the season of 18M N I have saonrtd the iimlnaiaii Smsmi Med that if the baying and noise Katie the infant daughter of Chief of S M C sale of made by the pack was all the enjoyment Police Matt M viigan tell from a veranda was in it he had better stay at and broke her arm 1 The WOOLDRIDGE JELLICO COAL home and fasten clothes pins on the dogs Died on the 14th at his home here thus have a big shindy The original aud genuine K Smth JellieMr Bsmuel Barton aged 85 years He much trouble lb- looked formerly resided in Madison county 2 The NORTH JELLICO COAL nfuliy at us and remarked I am a decayed man but will give you fair warn Excelled by no Jellico eoa1 iu this aaatl Faints Oils pt the Wooldrid Bass t Massie and Mose Mitchell color ing that you have sail enough on this el were tried before Judge Jouet and subject 3 The ORIGINAL and GENUiNE BEATTYV1LLE COAL We quieted down but u One of weekly newspapers in the State at times think that the clothes pin racket held over in 250 bail to await the action Also favorably known is Kentucky ruined - tlu would lie fuilv as interesting as the fox of the grand jury on a charge of receiving Having opened up a new stock of the tal Creek Coal Co from th alxiye poods in the h stolen gods The louder and more fiercely Occupied bv K W Miller ieu the dog fin the base bays the closer he is The Parkers are a bad lot June and to the Roberts House I am supposed to be The louder Bob brothers ware charged with horse prepared to show th he howls and held in 250 bail CI est and new est line ot Another Thane coals are for sale no wh tie I never m nd clothes pin the closer the pin is to him brother Jim Parker and his wife are in my goods in order ma Then pan m ban a bottle jail at Paris for detaining a thineen-vear-pend upon getting exi of want tin do wrong handy if you needed its lor immoral purposes The Parkthe best i always the ith ers w ill doubtless get long terms oo Ever showrn in the citv At Log Lick we found the following inAnuWttanttS trail of the saraent is over them scription on a tombstone Thoe Lowery I handle the W C Peals Bros mixed C l PATTIK - which are guaranteed to give ClIA L all j born in Va Entered the Revolution at psintreth win I also contract work lor naint- taction his life in fad He v nd of the war Died aper hanging and glazing at the Jesus of Naaare J brink Engraver Wind ity whisky sa- j first Offii o and Yard cor rt house class work tor Ky This - the only tombstone Respect -- have known K years am believe lly nonorable in all business transaction and financially able to carry iny obligation made bt their firm Waarfc Tkiax Wholesale Dru O U Marvin Whole Waiihm Kin ale Dragglsts Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure - taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous urfaces of the system Price 7sc per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free d I My boy WSJ taken with a disi BtlX Sling blood The lirst thing 1 thought ot ws Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Two The secret of happiness and attractive of it settled the matter and cured retting ourselves and think- - him sound and well I heartily recomiy of the pleasure we can gi mend this remedy to all Bering 1 will answer am No adornment ot beauty or learn from a like complaint far as the one gift sympathy inquiries regarding it when stamp is inI refer to any county official as When old age comes on and every out- closed ward attraction of person has left us we to my reliability Wm Roach J P ill hold our sway over the hearts PritTrov Campbell county Tt nn For of our associates if we have learned one sale by W F Powers and T S Hagan Â¬ J I AS- - DUICif OLD STAND i nvill and Fruit of thi I 1 E We will kci on hand ami for sale ALL KINDS OF duced 1 Our 1iitiri 1 Bleached Cotton will By at 7 cents fi Hope Bleached Cotton will flv 7 New Fall Calicoes the New Fall Giniliam will flv it 7 8 j eiuiiiii Flannel- - a new line ju nv ironi to 10 edit- - worth I Hi All Siiiiiiiu r Coods will tlv at pi line ol Ki I nts i n win FRESH MEATS -- 1rii SlCH w The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard Our 13S Gloves will Our 150 GIoycs will Our 2i Gloves will fly fly at By at 1 10 1 Â¬ 5SIIJ TRAINS ICE ICE ICE ICE J-c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J W DUNCAN XDO CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5TOTT KEED CASH CASH 1 JOB WORK TOTJ- 3DO FLY PRICES - Â¬ Â¬ SCHOOLNOTICE THE CLIMAX PRINTING COMPANY CAN FURNISH HJIJSTIRIENEG - mil Â¬ March 1st lt W WW Hk Type COAL WE PUBLISH THE- WALL PAPER m RICHMOND CLIMAX 1 rl Â¬ WALL PAPER ONLY i50 PER YEAR I Â¬ K CLIMAX PRINTING CO RICHMOND KY L R BLANTON oo W P BAXTER Htf Painier and Paper Han f M- II Canncl anthracite and an THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY - locals - PERSONAL Ml wedding Mr C Mi 2 TalL up t lie lark S well fund a ia town Saturday Air Fred ir instead nous on I is near at hand ks of Skfaolasyill of Waco ha Clatide Smith has Has load htibiuess Slaughter of Paris Ky vas a visitor here last weak hniond aeedsa be alarm aud Kill May Muam ai Hwrencehurg is oon have - MissSallie Yatos - Mary Spew wiling out Mr Jean Bpeawaa of Mt sterling was a al in Kit hiiitnd last week on luisiness at Uie Wiw Tin Mr Millard Yaaahan of LooitriUe wsa we ever kiw lair v a risitor ia Kichmond Friday dwelling la rviit 1 oetribetioa in i Islington at War bo has beea wly Improving i lit the trenches should pome w 1 fun I wlmi Il only 1 was a little that little n I friends in kichmond - W H Kirtey of Sin- county MraJr day - Winkle and I Henry Danville were in town Tues r Van Â¬ next eeta in It W 1 Sterling t his brutlier Bow it at Mr W S ire a work ion KM- - hml and wife of lr and Mrs Steve lian rhurrh Kirhoud is Mi A turtis nf Huntington W visiting bis old friends in lirh- A C K win bqcia atinne ii I u S a seet-pt 15th tow Lexing- - l -- - Ida Fi lilark - of l exington smith of is is lx trij sate dollar to the Dr y thr iorh uramer K until Seat M U- - to return and Speedwell heavv Natunlav BeurniAjc the principal -- home Hill is isiting 1ilot View Claik V A MrC M Browning G t R N fell last the ilynloii juiar hbI - u Biddell an Irvine attorney I D Satin lay on pn Mas 1 daring the - Van Grw We Bckaowk - pt of meatary tinues fUH onipli ter lennii eliing their I uiber IMh and conÂ¬ lit Mis id has II ill De thai there will be Kmtiick I v isiuiiL M u l il lactate to rugbl vrrrtt Berry and tending the national conven- - ion of Y VWhitr - the firm of my man in town t He acb t cheek laim whi th lruuihack died near Vi at her Mattie Prohibition sprakiti FaM ItuaAronad 1 be Prohibition The Iawrenceburg New be Fol i i hi s ak at the lowing free paff to oae who id traveling court bouse next ovei the State and warns other coiuinun 3d court day at 2 oclock Khcr candi igainst him dates are iuvitwl to take part A young man giving his tame as the in us Lever and claiming to be a NS- - Killed converted Jew delivered a le ture at one A si noting alTiiv occurred on the farm of For some the hurt lies here last week of Samuel Yantis about twelve miles reason Winch he failed to explain he left south of Kiclnnoiid last week between unpaid bills at the hotel where lit yl and Jim Sloan both colored is well as at the printing offlre The which resulted in the killing of Sloan members of the church to winch he pto- Floyd made his oatapc and has not been iT to belong are much moititied at appreheaded hi- - conduct and kindly proffered to settle all of his bills Those who have never Snakes Taken liw gaaatiiptiea met Brother Marcus will readily nscog Tin departure inaugiiratel by the Car-nise him by bis rong hair his long coat iii be e as the ins long penigjee aim 111s ion lenrures novel yet sprang on the public short- bis ids short legs his Toit paper says short memory and short acceanta The Bogle will years sub scription for the rattlesnake One mi a Mailistin Mm brought in by September 1st and six Mr W of Poosey precinct was - for the next the snakes in exington pending the preparatuins are to be caught alive and brought in in for the twene barbecue and he was re-Â¬ lil quested by friends to assist in the details to which he lea lily consented He was Heals Thursday s D Goff of Clark assigned to the task of making bus a county sold to Simon Weil 200 cattle and while thus white boy ciine along am began watch Is at 4 cents ing very curiously the process of prepar T J to J t Ills curiosity prompted W Bales for N Lehman A Bra Balti him to ask Mr W what he used in 150 cattle ivered in making burgoo This soup is made of pounds at fa papa young man was the reply inches The boy as it transpired had an eye to of cattle in th and the price business He departed but in a few we have beard of this year bonis returned with a basket containing -eight young puppies which he proposed Milisnn In It at the Shelbvville lair for burgoo purpo to Mr W Madison eonaty horsemen never miss ses The Only way out of the dilemma am thing thev go after Mat 8 hen Mr W gotten himself by tvk theiolliwing priHiiiums at tlte fchtl indulging in ahad amnseirerrt into the Rt little by county Pair bust week piers expense WSS to decline to Saddle In ear old mare purchase the litter on the grounds that Harness bora r oW stallion they were not fat enough for soup The d stallion mare vender insisted that they were and mare when about to overrule the exceptions by When the fairs are over Mat will have making a scene Mr W suddenly blue ribbons enough to wake him a suit vacated the premises to avoid exposure He perhaps will wonder how thealfiur Circuit Court out which he will understand Cu Monday when he learns that a certain Richmond pretty full one There lady was there and when she came home t it are I tity l4 old ordinary 6 pauper idiot and tnonweeth Siiillii Diaapararai ry and 57 equity appear- barbs B McGord a prominent and do tanner and stock raiser 01 Tbe trial of William Todd and cunty mysteriously disappeared Hatton foi the murder of Matt Todd is r two iw set for the fifth day of the term lie ther small many felony cases will come up - very dark lack hair and c rand jury looking The the Mctoie family in o Be the Chains Bowles all the way from Clark toiinty where the young man was raise and where his parents and he r y stir two bl Legislature twenty yi the red up the community nt ten years ago Mr M Cord iiiar-M-Democratic uouiinev for Brer T li candidate tor Co Â¬ I ld 1 Â¬ s The Haw irass Herd of Dorar Jersey oWiue This celebrated herd of red swine is owned by R H lironaugh of Crab Or chard Ky who solicits eorresiKindenee and will cheerfully gfve any required in- ki Â¬ the earth aa as to fill the spring When artificial rain making liecom perfected and reliable science the proposition covered by your at present foolish question may receive k ition the reverse of the law as iv now stands ever Â¬ Â¬ formation To give a full history and description of this breed of hogs would take up loo much space There is no breed known thut has come so rapidly to the front in the last twelve years as the Duroc Jersrys They are red in color varying from a dark ton liiht cherry red They combine more of the good and desirable qualities COIlKESiONDKXCE vwiky Mr Be Sunday Crow raw preached here and wife last a his young man thought he like to try it by himself So riot nee without giving waning to the lady he eloped all by himself to parts unknown This young lady needs ympathy of the public I would Bay toother young ladies who have or w ho are liable to have sweetheart ware wonder if there are any more yonmr ineu who would like to elojx- ail alone would 1 - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Kaaaaaaaaaaaf NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Ft CITTDKOIIAICE iror Tare mm ax Horn to Bryant Perkins KDUCAT10HAL TO TKACHSaS son August loth BWatiag lxgin at Bethel Christian church last Sunday A gentle shower fell here Sunday af- which was greatly needed Misses Mollie and Susie Sowers visited Miss Mary Burke at East Hickman bat 4 O o J f 6 -- That trictiora hereinafter set franchise is tier Powell mond main his a the streets Kv than any thei breed They are hardy kind dispositioned easily restrained attain great weight vet susceptible of being made fat at anv age verv prolific breeders careful mothers great sticklers and good graaera Aa foragers they excel all other breeds ami it is because of the utter lack of feebleness on their part a strong constitution and a good appetite which makes them less liable t di and they are the swine that can be made to utilize the cheaper and coar er forms of food on the faun Thev do wonderfully well on pasture ami will make a growth on it They are undoubted ly the best hog for the general farmer of Kentucky and the great W t as thev will stand the extreme changes ot our winter climate a- - well as the hot sum mers because they have a good coal of hair strong constitution and healthy blood with plenty of li me and muscle never too stupid to get around and rustle for themselves Mr Brunaugfas breeding stork have the run of the pasture and his pigs are strong and healthy While be keeps his pigs m good growing condition be does not use cooked feed or ham jer them Mr Itronatigh does not Ite lieve in overfeeding stock intended for breeding purposes His prices are the producers can be par- for anywhere 111 the country He will ship nothing but good stock that is subject to register in the National Duroe Pedigrees furnished when desired Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 llotiaetel day Miss Lizzie Baldwin of Led House visited relatives and friends in the Bethel neighborhood last week it sixty people from this place attended the Logana pic nic last Saturday and expressed themselves as enjoying it splendidly Little Joe Portwood son of Bam Port- who fell from the top of a separais get- Â¬ tor and broke his arm a week a ting well latest phrase among our trot Ho they bite liners here is Bite Yes thev bite o you catch em Tea we catch em T J Jones road overseer has irt about all of the roads in hi- - charge worked ami they speak well for Mr Jones as a man competent to discharge the duties Â¬ Â¬ 1 our aim to make this column lioth instructive and entertaining and to this end we invite each teacher officer to contribute bits of n - and whatever will tend to bull i up system of pohiii Berea Box 35 or to the Cunvx marked ationaL It is INKHIIJI 1TI1X I 2 awj saaaaatv C L ilixrs t Ol rilEia KIM argcst inland sea 7 by mil University Ox lord England coi of twenty one Cavern Mammoth Cave Kentucky Park in the United States F Philadelphia 27 k a Empirt Great Lir sqiiarc miles more than one sixth of the globe Monument Washington baA feet Funding Eillel Tower Paris HH9 feet Naiural bridge Rockbridge Va feet LIST OF LETTERS Keini U Ric Angus - Â¬ Circulation f paper money Russia United p m atstss ITeagtIWtOOO SSTQjOOOjXa of I is office near the mouth nl ird street t Wa Mary Mo of Mr and Mis urden this ires IS u th ftained at to 7 11 Miss H 1iiic I r- - ly have a big start din and CI iit theie is plenty w ho want t enter and P Wat is just about from the Democrats M Chv want man who is a statesman an poli tician M I lir I i Kiclnnoiid a CommonÂ¬ wealths Attorney of the Lexington lis trict They moved to Boyle county and bought a line tarn near Danville where they have lived since very happily loi the last year Mr McCord has been in health and a few weeks ago went to Ircht Springs through the ad vice 11 Â¬ ian Pike 11 4 IKh- his law Berry iniiietiand which ei lrat liiin ittentioo to lbturueil there be went to Winchester to is relatives Hon tin Sunday night he James B Metreary returned ipanied hia mother to church and Irot Ih I lulliim of Kichmond who home Monday evening from Washingis old home in tiiis ton has been Alter bis arduous work during the after the services left hei at the church ami has not 1een aeen by friends looks reHis wile an three children ar markably well He has a powerful vitalfew days after his ity or he would have broken down long rived ii W Ann daughter aee and are wild with grief n the that in hi home I Joe Terr who has been hold- Â¬ ing a protracted meeting at Syioam M F church araa called hone tot side of his father who was thought to be dying in Garrard county The Valley View base ball nine play- Â¬ ed the Logana nine on the hitters ground Saturday at Logana The Lo gana nine was not in it when it tackled our boys Innings follows at Uurted Alive one Valley View team Ls Andy Martin ahold negro man who lives on the Parkers Mill Bead in Fay- Â¬ Logana 8 y View will have mother pic nic ette county not far fmin the Madison September t and as Val hue went to Lexington bust Friday mor md related a horrible storv of the ley View and her people never do anytreatment he had received from a thing by halves it promises to be the they have ever had Music party of mean white men who hoped to dancing and reil force him to divulge information in resupptemi gard to the assassination of Herbert with the best of order is on the program Tucker a young white man Some gentleman from the Mt Lei months ago while Tucker was riding neighborhood Jessamine cunty who home from church with bis mother he baa a on the farm ol was tired upon without warning from Taylor says be can beat Madison county ambush and instantly killed 111 tobacco He has a ero of five or sx Great excitement was caused by the acres that will averag from tip laatardly deed and on information fui- - to tip of top leaves What a fish story by Commonwealths Attorney C uld tell Bronston Floyd White a negro was re is a Richmond young man who arrested for the crime ur town every Sunday and he It seems that the proof against him generally crosses the river where his not sufficient aad ever sime the girl resides But of late he murdered boys father and a nmubei of visiting on Queensberry heights and ids friends have been seeking fresh evigirl wonkl liki now bis dence this young man to know that there are Thursday afternoon Bobert Tinker people living at Alliens and East Hickof tile murdered boy Scott Van man and be will learn that he cannot meter and John Dorgaa proceeded to the divide time between two belles when cabin 01 Andy Martin 011 the Parkers thev live Dett each ther for if he 111Mill road ami finding him in bis s it one of them a ill cease to re field they seised him and binding hi sHind with gentle stra ns the music anns tarried him to the wooda Here which our Richmond visitor admii they said to Martin that they kin w he will could tell them about the murder of rn to the wife of M I Wharton a young Tucker and also about Floyd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I Â¬ Insurance company Mutual Lil few York cash 1000 iothr-ir-Longest tunnel St on road between Lneern and Mila Inlles if Simonetta Milan Feb peats the echo of a pistol sixtv tins Highest active votcam 17 7s teet crater three miles iu ci et deep icienceo jest volcano Btni in circumference cone Tiee Tulare county Cab S73 high feet in circuml rail- Â¬ 10000 Bushels 1111 I re HKKll DailMMl Wi 3 bi - FOR SALE V Brooklyn t main span Diamond -- Bi els weight lX Library Paw 11 000 in More next time 1 1 feet ind charts FOR SALE I have 175 ewes for sale privately Call and see them at Boone Ky on N Railroad the L The heart or rather mis to le educated and it to turn it away from seeking an tion A few love darkness ritiiei severe trur pre dark- - Alter a may be borne provided judice is removed Still because their deeds are evil SAM SHEARER ma- - Any education that does io train the heart upward while the Blind is being He1 led onward is unworthy the aiue It is coal one sided and will ruin any being 1 all the for fir ucatel Hence moral training and intellectual training should have equal attention Every ux power in an enemy makes him so much the u nind whi To S In c uacl - Mr Mr Whites connection with the murder and girl August Iith marked him d any c tiditiou Mr -- Vilhur 1 uit Mr A it li a hi h r Mr Met R - he has been con than home in Mrssrs W C Talbott W id W W ad gie to ut a lie will lir grounds next Wanted in Texas about nuinis- - Mr Lie taking in t an ev host of fi In was clever fellow and ill be I ting his niece Tniou in Mr- - C He nst i mond Monday Septemlx will meet in lieh meeting Bl was left to a vote of the ted by - visit to his oil Inline s F Bock editor of and spicy Mountain Sentinel mingling among friends here last Saturday The Col is lining faithful work fai Heiimcracv in Kstill Mr J S n I Kennedy of Richmond was again en route toeee a petite tiooeer report oming at Huston ville 1 i visit ket at frequent his rivals tl en il raaaiag from Interior think in qaality Mrs Emma Moberly and son i Lex 500 to 7 ington Mr and Mrs losiah Moberly and t work and Ms Kliza Parks of Tuscola inand for such as 111 Week weir visiting Mr and Mrs aI in town and Baser and other friends in Richmond last looking up tinj ever held 1 - The hat Kli who i Win M iced biui in jail He says Morris came to lnty last Friday and he at a cted him as being a fugitive trom justice Mr Jones belongs to the Grannan Detective Agency of uati and had in his possession a lion of just such a man who kiii instable N Kusbv at liockdale Texas about the middle of last April Mr written to Governor lb a requisition on Governor Brown and he expe is to take liin to Texas at as he receives the proper authority isn there Bxafcaa Messenger Couvirted t he must have Martin protested that he knew 110th the supposition is the murder but his captors said atimrt dre took Ul rnrcttrm that if he did not they WOTild bnn bit to which he was ad and thereupon dug 1 grave nd that he j the negro so that be could way placed him in it and covered ly with the earth Before coverColored Institute ing his bead up they again demanded that Martin confess to them but the old ned in the city of Rii h- k his head feebly an sank h at the I into uncoilThe men dug the itii Prof church nt a few minutes later and brought Â¬ Hied little daughter Geo Burdine August of Mr and Mrs it Misses Mollie and Su k Sowers vi week unchecked is making a Protracted meeting began at i Christian church last Saturday niLht El Lexington filling the pulpit Miss Amanda Moore of Richmond isited and M - Annie and Alice luchardeon last week Â¬ Consider well every ptanormeth In you try it rimenting and precious machine That method in spelling may teach theft or your method in reading may train in are tl lre We - of the Kentucky Onion I etcher county Ky tiiig the ireath- the to Gap Thr line red will In a vrry expensive one be ran through the heart of tli mountains I Kentu in I rt from ircenvillc Miss roach- week to the effect that - S Walker a native of Bkft-had been fatally atahaaa by a aaaai Wm Majpnaaar with whom A tele- a jtrsonal difficulty irom ireenville to W V Watts I infcnnation that thewoaada Walker is are not serious and that ig alom well those who should attend Mm Tea hers Insti- Â¬ tute liegmuing M unlay Setenilcr Sd law prohibits the examination ot applicant after the meeting of the Institute unlets they have attended the n ing All persons hoMmf cartal eaten must attend whether thev will or not as the law forfeits t titicates of those who fail to attend - lr Â¬ time can furnish examples of brazen daring fully espial to narkabie exploita of the aaee fa- case in point hap- w davs ago John of the name iaj t aipmpriatene elilierately in stnki ibie in t s ed up one of hia best horsep and may He made several atUUipts imal and while tba I Mat I lose upon him Tlii pniit iooktoth and wooda Mill Bul ally baggod him He was he next term of Cireuit In the Circuit Court at 1 awrenceburg James F Rigsby uis senteu ed to a term of three years in the penitentiary Rigsby is charged with having embezzled about 350 of money intrusted to him as a r of the Adams Express Company on a Louisville Southern mute between Lexington and Louisville His mode ol procedure was to week receive a large package of money from Madison is the Miss Hal lie h local agents along the route and in the i Mrs T Hagan on Winn av of departing trains conveniently enue Cl Sam Stone of Richmond it The indictment the fair the tii n day to see Madi upon which Rigsby was tried was for a carry off the sky col Â¬ nity cattle sum sent by a HaiTodsburg bank The 11 on strings nst him were continued other W Ih Sims of Paris Kv ex In Search of Mailslutie Fnitel states Senator ex Confederate Jdier stop A 1 Bowider and Ids eleven-year-or and ex toni son arrived in Kichmond lxst Friday ped OWOC in Bichaaoad a Jew hoai urday en route Lome from Estill Springs They air from Neweontb Teiui and the where he had been on business and for aan who was bitten by a cat a few- - days ago which was thought to be effected his health Mrs A B Iliirnain gave the friends of with rabbies WSB brought here for the her little daughters Sarah and Madge a purpose of being treated with Dr Bar He was bitten twice on delightful reception Thursday afternoon gins mah toiit a large number one of his ankles Five applications from 4 to 7 There were of little people present who enjoyed ware made with the stone ami it ad- Â¬ Misses Sarah hered to the wounds each time it was themselves immensely Whether lad ac applied with great tenacity Madge are bright liti and apical properties will effect a cure quitted themselves admirably m enterremains to be seen The wounds present taining their gi flesh has from Prof Pnl a ghastly appearance The The latest information beea sloughing olf aad the bones of the liam is that his fewer is broken and that ankle have become exposed be is fast recovering from his recent ill- Â¬ TVlenliune System is expected that be will 1h able ness It to resume his work in the prejwiratory Py reference to a city ordinance OB This will this page it will be seen that the fran at the Opening of the asssjaa Ik- good news to Madison rountv patrons ehisefor erecting maintaining and opefor it is acknowledge on all hands that rating a telephone service has lcen grant ed to Charles S Powell The conditions IVIiam can pal more 1 atin and leiigth oJ time than of the grant require a first class system jn a iHjV in same A any man in Kentucky and a perfect operatii or the Miss Jadkb Tador is vi iting friends limit 1 JjB for Kichmond d nd returned home residences and 200 for U p re very and ere after will eiiience within the of T H la it The e0unt ker i a fire wife of citv 11 reral hiy- Kichmond W itll with he city a grand and wife of Waco we family Monday Mr-Will H Park and 1 ld Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 -- roll call Alter the election insti tute began with the work laid down in The conduct r dis the Education under three Man Matter and Method in which he illustrated the phenomenal growth of the mental condition of the individual The teachers took an active part in institute work and the organization of a teachers countv library was effected Among those visiting was Prof Frank L Williams of Louisville Prof Williams delivered an interesting and encouraging addn the teachers ition in which be upon the moral and intellectual developement of the race as a sure promise ol Americas increased rhy He paid a high tribute to Malison county as being in the State thus bring ingtobear those princi th in What can a Woman do that volume Among the many institutes held in this county this session proved to be one among the best It ia a noteworthy fact that the colored teachers of the county take great interest in tbeii work and many of them have attained that proficiency in teaching that is truly com- Â¬ mendable which will redound greatly to the benefit of the race The city public school begins on th Ihst Monday in September 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Neither be too rea ly to trj some other Geo W or Deacon Whats one mans Hutchison as teachers methods lauiiliarly called visited friends meat is another mans poison tld and adapt never adopt anv m ami relatives near Kee inline county last week could hardly stand Wbiie the teacher of all others shook A F Rood of Irvine d the Warrants were issued for the a be progressive be not too ready to exM F Wharton for the white men who if caught should saw mill belonging to periment Immortal men have th be made to sutler for the cruel deed It a period of one year beginning the nrst for yean and then have written bixiks was well enough to hunt up further evi of October Mr Wharton is busily en with tears dence against Floyd White tbeaappoaed gaged fixing it up in running order A new boiler has be aud the slayer of Tucker but the extreme resortThe backless beach is a thing of the ed toby the father of Tucker and his work of patting it in has begun It is not o in Madison county Valley View Pic nic Company will The iales transcends all law and order durable as the old stone in the court have another pic nic hero Saturday Sepyard What a pity vandals and tember 1st A large crowd is expected QUESTIONS OF LAW relic hunters did not try their kuiv and a good time is in store for all who the UB li an partake of the in SDIXTED BT 8TKPUEX I lAKiilsII amusement that ia offered by the genial t in such a habit of cut Seh te Aiv iiu ti n of law BpOM whtvh CLIMAX and generous managers of the V X Pic nifor nuii w ting and marking the It that they icd such H Co A game of base ball will be thirty nic t building or fence with cant permit played between the logana and V V Th initial scarring it with their Thats nines CoBM ami watch our boys do out d but the full name and addrata n hits leb behind as one curse the T I tec of CMH1 faith arit them up in short order ally v ill be Ml a memorial of its tortures Wiiuk m swered alai they must make tbeiB in faith t t llim back to life Next morning he went to Lexh his storv and His clothes and hair were full of clay and he was so weak he Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f -- market lime Rkliviuxn Il 11 IJ anter- - - Dm nervo In pin aperb Chara m to iriia corrective and itefy to be r - race same 13SS5 -- All frs Turlcy ic i by PotcII 3 3c T T Jia imber- - perm L k NO C 111 BLAKEMAN MAIN STREET 1 have otherwise they will rcccirc no attcau Sd t naaiuu MATRIMONIAL Mr J T Hayslett and Miss Dora Ker ley of this county were married WednesÂ¬ day August -- iM Squire Aimer officiating 0oy of KirksviUe and Miss Mr Pauline Roberta of Bogiei Mills were married at the residence of the bride Monday August 27th Kev J K Doat man officiating Mr John C Settle of Kogersviilp anil Man Mary C Todd daughter of Alexander P Todd of Kingston were married at the residence of the brides parents Wednesday August KM home of the bride in Irvine Â¬ Â¬ K A McCUtre pastor of the M Mary daughter South in Irvine r of the late Jud Smith and a prominent voting lady in church circles Six members of the Kentucky Confer Ith have fount their wives in Kstill county viz Revs John Peoples M T Chandler EdÂ¬ M Carrier ward Mann J P Stl A McClure and il at the home the bride Mr A T Hen county C Field v Miss K Startling Dm Tijc New fax went to ok the C Li J after out th iluieiy uin uated that the average W m the United States Btapei day According to the population of Richtenient one dollar and tea cents which is about 5000 could save in one jooo by ear Uie enormous um of propoaet to save ou tc dollar Who is to be married soon and to whom it may concern reMr 11 II Brock begins school to day The name of no questioner will be vealed unless there is some special rea- Â¬ The Terrill items of last week indicate son for so doing aud he does not object that even type setters are liable to make e Everyone bear this in mind mietak and save time annoyance impertinence People who goto church for the purami tongoewear pose of stealing baggy whips certainly n ed to be there This is the case with Is a widow entitled to dower in the some who attend the revival husband land which had been sold by It Ls an old adage It the capita wear the husbands assignee under an order of it There is a young man in this neigh court Widow b wbood who tries to wefr the cap wheth Â¬ Answer She is so the Court of Aper it tits or not He looks over the Terpeals has dtx ided rill items and if there are any questions What ie now a lawful fence in Ken- asked be immediately puts on the cap and savs That is me He must think tucky H C T that he is a necessary piece of humanity Every strong and sound Answer fence of rails or plank or wire or wire in the eyes of the Terri correspondent and plank or of hedge four and a half If the cap should tit he should say It feet high aud being so close that cattle is I instead of It is me What will the editor of the Register cannot creep through or made of stone Will some one or brick four and a half feet high or chatter about tiiis week a ditch three feet deep three feet wide please teli him of the Sight of Hon John with a hedge two feet high or a rail W Tuttle of Montiecllo when be tied for plank stone smooth or barbed wire or his life and took refuge under the brick fence two and a half feet high bery bushes to save himself from tl e An expe on the margin thereof the hedge or fence hungry Monticello mob being so close that cattle cannot creep from Mr Will Flennnng a citizen of Monticello is have traveled through through is deemed a lawful ferni line of obstacle composed of that town a many a night by the Ihj These facta would make shots any material that will present or afford items for the Register the desired legal obstruction so a fence of any materia coming within thi The revival at old Be bel goes on with nition would be deemed a lawful fence Its Bro McHurray ba- in Kentucky unable so far to secure help and this is making it bard for hiin yet be is workR T When a bank or corporate er- - rig faithfully and earnestly to ma ing a success I ence read an ad- Â¬ rate of in- Â¬ and the from time vertisement that ran lite this Wantto time usury ch re ed Ten good men to stive the city the enti Abraham is praying Angels are Do 1 count one rigiiud If the people v ho beat Bro MeMurray Ct A p Feby a this stop and ask t Do I count one tion he would Iu a contract for re that lertainy not have toitepend opoi from the land- - help of ministers in order to have a suc- n Is th bound to ry of a 5 I know an an lady who lives not minv m Taa J j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 i 1 i - A Liverpool paper wants the steamship companies to build a vessel that will cross tie ocean at the ral an hour It is reminded by an authority that to double means quadrupling the power Its r to this is Go ahead and quad Â¬ ruple the power Bat this involves an enormous expenditure in various direc-and new dangers not seen at present All of these obstacles might be met aud overcome if proper compensation was promised in the financial receipts This is the doubtful point for passengei s might not be willing 10 pa- three or foul times a much for passage the only compensatiou being the time saved Tile speed of steamers will be tBCTi gradually undoubtedly but no company will be willing to make an expenditure of millions at one time in an experiment to double the present Speed of the ocean greyhounds Â¬ Â¬ - for h 1 Tl Powei 2ir ccc Pew ill ii th Trli 3inc it- 3 T rlir go i tiiis r have 3- - WHISKY CENTRAL Dont Powell to sleep over your insurance Turly 2 3 I wait until Powell Ji Turlev The lest Are you An elegant coi 3 Powell x Tuin insured Powell Turley 3 - UNIVERSITY RICHMOND KY Tires Soils Three new Chi Piano for 5- sac Looh out Povell in it 3s fir zz is as arsll as starms Turley 3 in it cC Are you insurance If ies Jniversitr 7 kl e For Kent Dwelling of seven rooms 01 Second St now occupied by Judge Kict Apply to Claude Smith 12 13 Powell Turlev Answer 3 2 rifteon Dcpartsuats Full Faculty of able men Who have the ucst compin rowcllTi dosey Lest On the it Align will be in same to Clivi l Do you know that you are constantly robbing yourself by not deal ng at Weck esscrs Closing 1st Miss Mary Spencer Sniilh is closing oat at cost All desiring great hi oald call in n er at Attendance last aeaaMM thirty State and coin Richmond tb indcr the State in the hea artled bv delivering region r oor tett abo rt dav by ra muni 1 tx t taroil ed and h Ka Dont Turley it about Iiisi ley ns Whats a luurb skull or child that will pay at Weckessers N ORill DKPABTBKBT TurÂ¬ A man for a lot ot goods they could have bought for 75 cents 1 it Painter and paper ieatry hanger Contracts Leave orders it or resid urnished can l- il ices Jeo W Fire is a 7 aiastsr Pi worthy c- 1 3 bad rsiatit Powell 3 A blaze will start Turley Fire insurance Hi Try hirt lvoner forteJ b bast com Powal our good Tu better hands L H BLANTON e Inui to shool Elder what I KERTU CKT CENTRU RT PROFESSIONAL COLUMN ATTOtfETS YELLOW SNAKES IN HIS WHEEL 1 An Ohio Bicyclist BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Ul Point North South Ke South west Through daily and tram service between Cincin- Idlesborougl Ky and Knox ille Tenn and Points on STEPHEN RlCHMOVD Pat 1 PARRISH - PINE FLOORING AND b Terrible Race with Reptiles ATTORNEY AT LAW - - KKVUCKY Designs Etc - By nrimrktbltt PTeseaes or Mind tl heeliuan Finally Disposes of 111 Dangerous Traveling Com Â¬ panion t Iraiic Marks pa v rite rue H BCK ATTORNEY AT LAW KiiikV M IFII NG Poplar WcathBrbosrding yPreSS ShinflleS- LSXR 8creile sorTH i IB R Effect Jan let S 1S94 No MIA KKLFOKI v 1 is Am iin ttorne Ml MY r la Ken r Cut Poplar Shingles Framing Lumber Door A Wisiws All Firsl Class Goods is ATTORNEY AT LAW kl And - lOWKll ATTORNEY AT LAW W i 4 1 NORMS URAPIIER i Cheaper Than Ever aey I K l K A E CARSE Mlin St Near K Depot PHYSICIANS D1L JOHN M POSTER OX KlVI CITYFROPEETYforSALE PJtYSh IAS eJ ic 011 ery DR 1 SMITH PHYICLiN AND SfRCEON DESIRABLE LOTS very DR MAY- VXCH TJ TAYLOR 11 Iens or Manu description call on rilier J Pi IWE1 - - flicc sun J - I ASHBAUGH HOMiEPATH M IK m II K PHYSICIAN GIBSON AXitSlIUil K - 6LACKSM1TH1NG DR Ky A H STEWART 1 lU an in kinds of work in NG IMi MACHINES R N I B R R DR A KENNEDY v I lit A i HI IN BPKCIAIiTY e i ran en in a Ii Time Table No 19 In Ef- Â¬ lK I J BALI ON VM fect April 4 1804 A K ACLTZ ii M D PIIYSHIAX AND SI RfiEON H W BRHHT IA M PIIYSUl iv v DR CLARENCE YAUGHT Kin A M KER VETERINAk EON Wizards of Ilijrh borcree Russian lins or Rooahsn Fins as has it were and are yet wiz- ys Lieut J D 1 Kelley in an article on Su- tions of the Sea in the Century Hurricanes blew calms as they willed und their incau ns began to operate by the simple f a knife in the mast If wished to drive the rats out of a y shoved the point of a snicker snee into the deck and every rat ran for the sharp blaele and - in the a Handk willy nilly performed hara kiri No iiey have makes erne ever saw in sailor lore a penniless ai low Russian Fin for by slipping his hand into his pocket he can always pro- Â¬ duce a gold doubloon why a gold eloublexni DO one seems to know but it is always that coin his rum lxittlc often consulted silently and alone is never full nor empty a gentle plash Â¬ ing of tide half tiele bringing fat con ORD and woe be to the incautiems a rEs mariner who bites the weather side of a broken grate let his thumb at him for harm will surely oal through into the ashes jet follow a new one ENGLISH i4 IS A most peculiar and Interefctinff snake st ry is ttild by a bicyclist whorxU one of the relays in the race across Ohio from Sandusky to Portsmouth re- Â¬ cently It will be remembered that the entire distance of two hundred and fourteen miles was covered in twelve and une quarter hours and from this it will be seen that at no time could d hve lieen slow The rider declares aoeordinjr to an eastern BSdkaafJCJ that while wheeling at a good jrait he reached the top of a ie which gradually dropped ha When near the the bed of stream bottom of the hill his speed must hiive been nearly a tnenty-five-mil- e unit While going at this speed he diaooreted what he took to le a limb tying HfM the road As he came elosr and when too late lo turn out he discovered that the supposed limb was a snake tilxmt ten eet lone and just beyond a second reptile of nearly eqoaJ length 11 is wheel struck the nearer snake ond went over easily but the reptile in 1110 way rave warning to its eompan ion which raised its head and struck bavagvly at the shimmering spoke mkes head passed between the spokes near the hub and the snake fastened its fanfTs on the spikes at ihc opposite side of the wheel The effect of this was to slacken the upced of the bicycle and the rider wan almost thrown from his wheel by the n stop but maintained his seat and kept his machine going straight ahead It was remarkable that the like revolutions of the apokes did not cut the snake in two but the long body of the snake was drawn within the wheel and the centrifugal force threw it close to the felloe where it lay curled around the circumference of the wheel and was quite safe The rider dared not stop for fear of bitten and was afraid of his speed lest the snake should slip from the wheel and becoming entan Â¬ gled throw him to the gTO and He no- Â¬ ticed however that his spied was gradually less but attributed tins to the fact that he was now going uphill and t o the weight of the reptile 1 Jut as he reached the top of the hill he hoard a scraping and hissing noise rxhind him and turned to ascertain the caused he was horrified to see that the second and larger snake was also caupht in his bicycle and was holding on by its tail The wheelman now decided to in- Â¬ crease his speed in order to shake his second enemy and strained every mus cle to attain a higher speed but the dead weight of the snake dragging in the oust behind proved too much for his already tried muscles With two miles before he met the next relay he wa in a quandary as to how he would escape but glancing back he saw that the snake had twined its tail around the little- step by which a rider mounts u bicycle The step was of the pattern called the Tat trap becsMksC of its sharp teeth on the upper side The whcel m in taking in the situation reached back with his left fiit and brought the heel of his shoe d rwn forcibly upon the snakes tail completely seve ring it and causing the snake to drop off The reptile hissed ami started inpur- Icycle was easily kept in the leal A farmer came along and by the snake killed it The bicyclist a short distance farther his run Arming hini elf with a club he examined his wheel and found that the other snake was di ad and not only that but it was literally cut into small bits The ceu- neat that it hud i body of t and deeper into tho apex f spokes anil the reptile was cut into chunks and had to be removed bit by bit - of politicians much the same effect as a red rag is said to have on a bull It must b romemliered how many men of leading if not of lijrht have striven in lYauce since the fall of the empire to realize the ideal of an atheistic d state It is true that not a few of them discouraged by a reaction of public opinion h iya considerably moditicd their policy but t atill remains the cherished dream of the republican who prides himself or licing thorough- Â¬ paced and considers M a glorious date in French history MADNESS AMONG DOGS IIIrIi lired Pets Hon- - Sulijwt to It Than Common Curs if course you know there is no m con-ne-eti- canine add a Washington veterinarian in spetking to a Post man The dog days are a the other dav myth for statistics have shown that rabies in dogs or any other animal does not depend em the heat for its de velopment but in fact there are nuire mad dogs in Faris every winter ao cording to government statistics than Rut it is true neverin the summer theless that there have been a great many mad dogs in Washington lately The most of them are not recognised as such but they are real rabies never theless and every time now that anyone comes to me to itte nd a dog with a bone in this throat 1 start out load ed to kill a mad dog if D eeesaary The most people do not know it but there are two sorts of rabies the dumb anil the raging In the latter there is no mistaking the disease The dog starts out to run amuck and goes snapping and bitint at everything in But the Bight till be falls exhausted other variety is principally indicated by paralysis of the lower jaw which makes the animal to alxmt with his me nth hanging open as though lie had a booe in his throat The disease dix s not seem to make the animal vicious but he goes around hx king for sympathy rubbing affectionately against his Iketar master and He will rick the face and hands of his owners if allowed in 1 the viru easily transmitted in this way as through a bite should tlu subjst of the caress have any cut or abrasion of the skin that the poison can reach The animal will try to drink but cannot owing to the paralysis of the throat lunacies and the madn rarely discovered till in the I have had several eases of tbj lately among the owners of US dogs but of course- - when the animal is killed the matter is kept very quiet Madness dOea not seem to Ik- so m in among the curs of the city as with the high bred specimens Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Ivtween the hot weather and MOTORMEN DREAD BICYCLES Dangerous ltlnkx T iki n by Sorui Itiilem of tlie lopulfvr Wlu-e-- l Bicycles are a source of dread to electric car motormen on account of the The dan-Â¬ risks the wheelmen take Â¬ Stoves hockeOrd J Gentry 1 GRATES i The Crees Sun Dance YOUR ELKHQRN ROUTE rSTAL Richmond SYPGEPY WELBY W BURGIN DENTIST Kkvii KV 1 A PARIS Z rtAK j A I MORGAN A YATES KBffllCfuMlDLAND DENTISTS Richmond Ovmca - Kkvuvkv RAIIvW z 30 3 lfaia Sum DR p ml A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGEON sun dance are ample jus- ti float ton of tho order of ov Richards You n ding the orgies Reference was mended or a aeu SH Kl made- - in these columns a few daya ago Kli GENTkV cai rila and li your gotten to this prohibition of the governor of Montana and to the fact that the Greesrhad applied to the courts for an injunction restraining the governor from interfering with their ancient GUNS AND AMMUNITION practice and the successful result of their petition The governor in his oreler said that the run dance was erue 1 es for scaMing lios zinc lmcl maile iiml repel ant to Christian civilization lo older anil be knew whereof he spoke A part of the lit s was the hanging up of A GENERAL LINK OF HARDWARE three young braves by thongs thrust cut in the skin of AND CUTLERY until they fainted in the Civ Riekares was clearly ghl in trying to prevent such barbar- arts s ould luve helped basssVa um i Crce Indians I HOGF LEAKS ports of the barbarous rites which form the conspicuous features of the Re 605am a 7 05 J5PI 7 37 17 1 6 a hi di 9 00 a at M Kkmikv MEMDMSSTET V- a m P lop 5 MOET IN QUANTITY C 11 BEST IN QUALITV C P A WO WHITES GRUH VERMIFUGE FOB 20 VFiPS IICVCDV i I ri ar a SI ffaRPMlX BhUUINK Has led ail WatlUC Bsrrnrii U VJMBBBsH I Iklll DATtlK auuiuvrcn MILD BY Bills Ml HtlbSlMH ST SEND FIFTY CENTS FOR A TKiAL MONTHS SUSSCKIPTlOa TO THI -- T11E Louisville THt BRIGHTEST PAFCR IN 1111165 5 CtST aFTCRISOO TKt SOUTH CORNER F SALOON Latest Market Quotations ws Co YOUTH AND CRIME France the Host Atruciucti Crimes Are- - tunimittcii by Vouiir Men The connection between crime and youth is now one of the problems that are King most seriously eliscus seel in France One would naturally suppose says the St Tamos Cazette that the most atrocious and the most callous criminals wouM lx those who had Beached m re in a career of crime Rut such is not the case The mi ist daring the most sanguinary and the most hardened criminals with whom French justice has had to deal ef late years have been with fe w ex- Â¬ ceptions mere youths The- great ma- Â¬ jority have Ixen under twenty years I had supposed says M luillot that during my long career as jugc dlnstruction I had seen the lowest ef human corruption but it is only since have had to elo especially with young criminals that I han V7e learn villi it laris boy ban im which the ins arc chiefly supplied com- Â¬ pletely d v 0f thir- Â¬ teen republic In 1 i- ess Kw ports when demo Is locaed on the canker of First and i ar old An RCULAIIOH IN THE SODIH to eio wit ifal type if chines upside down us quick as a man can e thrown by a banana peeling Only a day or two ago I thought sure going to kill a boy My ear that 1 was coining pretty fast and the boy who was coming out of another street at a clipping gait not only tri cross in front of the car but to make a sharp curve around in front of the car up the street d rwn which the ear was coming Just as he made the curve the wheels flew from under his machine f war and threw him with his head right shoulder ami right inn on the track quitted the shore of England there i r which it I shut my ayes am tried to stop the car though knowing it could not lc has not K en called upon to eneouute r y It was assaile rtly ufter done- in time By wonderful chance the Its arrival in Turkey Then wa proved boy in throwing up his arm to u the blow held it Just right for the ear that moral as well fender to strike him on the Bailee filar pervaded its ranks Led to the field in which it trh part of the arm and hurl him to i the enemya aide bide char of danger A bruised aria he av It carried on under diffl was his only injury of unprecedented lible a rcruK l crnlUr lint duration in the course of which the A rat of the m uitjin stre an trying ehities of i ai Peru an joys the distinction of tims from straiteneel su i the nly rodct t tiiat utterly dis- fearful diminution of its numbers fr an cards a vegetable diet an lives wholly ise neither sh xk its courage nor h The animal has been i tanel- Not reel itoi clpline Ichthyom mm and the only BMiny a gallant oomrade fell known specimen was obtained by a sir ranks and theled to Polish collector in and has been moam the gallant c ler who led Dlaeed in the British museum ami who eh them fro hi his noble career as a soldier IN CONGRESS CONFEDERATES troops never Hi her d the from their dntl Only Twelve Men to lie Founel la Hoth one liope s of their country rraiicheH Panning Awhv The men who enjoyed proniinence in ELEACHING DIAMONDS the military and civil aur vice of the confederacy are rapidly passing from Trick 1it VAhteh South Afrleau Healers the arena of national polities says thsr i ive latr Augusta Chronicle Relow is a r The dtaeorery of diamonds in South of such as arc still in active life at Africa lee indirectly to some clever deWashington The senior Fnited States ceit by the dealers Pull Mall senateir from Alabama Jeihn T Mor Many of the South African Uaaette g n was a brigadier general in the diamooda have a straw tint which has confeelcrutc army acd her other senafavorable effect on their tor James L Pugh was a BaaatbeT of especially as experts believe it will beÂ¬ the confederate congress Joseph come m ire decided the longer tie Wheeler who attaineil the rank of are- exposed to the air Seme lieutenant general in the confederate vi the more knowing dealers eliseov service has for twelve years been the cred that by subjecting the straw representative in eongreaa frem the tinted eli a bath of certain Eighth Alabama district The senior acids the objectionable color wus re-seiiat r from Georgia John R iordein i anil the ge ms become pure was likewise a lieutenant general in white A number of diexeonda so the army eif the confederacy Edward treated were sold in Paris anel Rerlin G Walthall eif Mississippi a majeir anel brought higher prices than they rvicegeneral in the conf and would if they had retained their origiof late the junior Fnited States se nator nal color from his native state while neit now in After exposure to the action of the active politics having resigned for the air for a certain time the eiriginal Â¬ balance of his present term in the up- re turns bat by that time the y have per house has been elected for and is l eut ejf thedealers hanels The elitly expected to take his seat in fraud was Boon fouml out by the- - tradethat honorable baay in March 1895 aiid they neiw guard against iiurxi- The seiiie- Fnited Stute s senator from f such a character by means ef Missouri Francis M Cockrcll was a various ti these the meist gen brigadier general in the confederate erally used arc the hot water bath or army and the other senator from thai friction If a dyed stone be- - left in h t commemwealth lie orge 1 Vest held water a few minutes ii resumes its orpositions in both hdneat of the confed iginal hue eir if the geu lx rubln d erate conaress The present senior sharply em a towel eir even on tho United States senators from both Neirth ceiat sleeve iti normal color can lx- - ele end South Carolina Matt W Sal These- - tests arc simple and tected and M C Rutler were major generals cCicacieius and are in daily a in the confederate service The repre- Â¬ sentatives from Tennessee irthe upper RANG THEM IN house of congress are Isham G Harris Feeullai Method of Gathering an Audi the senior and Williim R Rate who aae la Texas is the Junior senator-- from that com Â¬ Before were built in Texas monwealth The first mentioned was a war governor of his native state and companies going there would play in the last named was a major general in the scliixilhouse s A manager upon the confederate army And lastly lib arrival in town was aasnred by tho Eppa Banana who sa m service as brig- inhabitants whom he met that he adier general in the confederate army would have a big crowd to the shew at present occupies the p aation eif that night The countenance of the hopeful man Â¬ junior senator freim Virginia in the congress ef the United States Thus ager beamed with delight upon the do we perceive that of the multituele of schoolhouse after supper for there ho those who distinguished themselves in found such a large- - crowd staneling at tho military and evrfl annul of the the dexir that he x came almost eleltr confederacy only twelve remain in na- Â¬ ions with visions of tho ponderous bags of silver he would earry away tional halls from that town He felt as if ho walked em air as he pushed his way IN OFFICE SIXTY FOUR YEARS through the crowd opened wide tbe The Ueeord of an Ortogenarlan Postmas Â¬ schoolhone derxirs and told the janitor ter In the Buiteye State to light the lamps says the Chicago Peistmaster jeneral Biasell has found Inter Ocean The lamps were soon a man in the postal service whose ex Pghted the ticket box open and tho perience has interested him so greatly managers smile reache r dis that he contemplates making use of a tance than he ever dreamed his mouth t hit r written by this man in would stretch His heart beat faster ring his annual report suet a than for weeks bei w York Times W H Moment by moment however tho Wallace Sr postmastor at Hamm smile contracted the bounding heart ville 0 njw eighty two years of age me more tranquil for the doors r page of letter bad now been opened and the lamps error of uguieu ior twenty minutes and still I firm ho crowd which had now acquired giv his experience in immense proportions remained outsideNot a soul had entered Inde- sled eif the jan- Â¬ lie itor Why in thunder dont thev come and has litor ex ht M post- - wont come in till y 1 ger said a motorman to a Louisville Courier Journal reporter is when the streets are wet iuid slippery I seen the bicycle wheels throw the ma Â¬ m ARGENTINE WHEAT letters were written on one sheet of paper if they were- on two sheets th postage wes to lx- doable Mr Wal Product lace gives some entertaining accounts The South American Hurting Morthorn Trade of his many long trips over the moun tains before the railroads wore con structed indicating that he was a Borne Facts Aboat tb Grain Kxport Â¬ traveled man many years bafora there the Country Which Arc Not Gener ally Known Throughout tho was much traveling between the east United States and the west That he is a pretty capable citizen at his age is plain f orn Few even of the best informed of our the fact that besides K ing postm and precise pe ople have a thoremgh he is the station agent for the Penn Lriu leliv of the extent to which the sylvania railroad at llammondsvilltv growing volume of Argentine exports has be en cutting into the American LARGEST ROSE BUSH wlieat traile says the Providence Jourof Having This nal The great majority among us in the Honor Mobile II Ileaeitirnl Mountain of Flowers fact would doubtless lie fairly startle d bush in the Fnited to learn that omitting all consielera The la States is in Mobile Ala said a citizen tion of Hour the wheat exports of are alreaely actually greater of KeW Orleans ko a reporter for the It belenga than those eif the- United States That St Loads Globe Democrat fact however as the latest stato the species which in common parlance is known as the cluster musk tistics on the subject cnclu ively luxuriously that Thus in February last oar how rase and from three to four wheat exports were 4000800 buahela during th of Argentina 400000 brshcls bush one week and when shedding its in March we exported 8535Blfl bushels Ai gee tine disnoo baabeavj in petals the ground beneath is complete April flniiiihae aaymai were 507a340 ly covered with its fragrant blossoms t na 9302000 bushels Its trunk for live feet from the bus grounel is nearly a fexit in circumer Niristlie whole story tolel in them ence and it has be eu estimated that if figures Nt only has Argentina alits brajoehea grew on one cemtinuous ready surpassce us as purveyeir of wheat to Lurope but she has attained vine it would xeted a mile in length These branches have entirely covered to her present sap riority by strides the aide of the house- near which the which if kept ur must presently leave s and hac extended ko the us very far lx hinel The course eif the neighboring trees surrounding it so export grain traele of the two countries is an interesting stuely in comparisons that when it is in bloom it forms a bower of ro ics Our exports of wheat have boe n elis- III lllglj falling eiff during the very time- when the- Aruentlne have lxen Genius KewardtHl Congressmen sometimes aelopt queer marvelejusly incr asing In February expedients tt gam the gexxl will of lsil American exports were less than their constituents Years ago a mem- half what they ware in February MM ber freim a western state was afraid in March tne leiss was aiui 10 per percent On that his first term would In his las as cent in April alxmt he had not managed to make himself a the other hand Argentine exports in While be was le power in congress February showe d a gain of Ifl per BUBt batiag what he should do a friend in March they more than deiubh d and per cent You live near the cente r of tho in April the gan was saiel Y s United Mates dont yem Plainly th growth of the grain traele Then why elont you introduce a bill of the South American republic is The to have the capital moved to the prin- nothlmr shejrt of marvelous The United Kingeleim alone aec reling t cipal town in your district congressman Introduced the bill and the re cent BtateeBeat of a well known the people of his district at once con English importer is now taking 8000 cluded he was a great man and sent Ooo bushels a month from a country him back for anotlu r ti rm He reui which a year ago sent nut only 4400000 trodueed the bill in the ne ct congress buslie Is and which a few years agei ami although it was promptly pigrem Sent abroad no wheat at all his constituents boled in committee Wham to these portcntoea facts it is gave him a third term as a reward for added that notwithstanding the large his geataa qaaatitiea already shipped Argentina still his left f this ye ars crop at least CLOSE OF THE CRIMEAN WAR 40ooeiKXi baabebl for export we begin Iliw to get some idea of the meaning for Date of tlic Tri aly of le our fanners ami er all of OB of this lrk Deaaa wave staassxsad We can K gin toun The formerly ue w competition was brought to Louden by William dersaend lx tter x why it is that the Stuart lirt attache to the British em total wheat exports from this ceiuntry bassy at iaris on April S8 1830 Stn feir the ten months ending with April day May 4 wa observed as a day of ware only 79OTSla basshehv ajrainst fhty general thanksrivi 07105047 bushels for the correspemeling feir the preservation of peace and on ten mouths eif the- preceding year We Monday the 5th it was formally pro Deed neit s top now to impiire just why claimed in Londen with the usual Argentina gets the better of us in this Addressee to the- crown solemnities trade the fact sboulel be fully appre ring of the peace were carried ciateel first And the fact is that Argen in Ixith houses of parliament on the tine exports are likely to increase still evening of that day anil on the 8th more in the near future They would ly vote el thanks to both house increase no eleiubt easier natural conthe army navy ami marines employed ditions but the y will lie specially stimIn the operations of the late war ulated by the preenet peculiar situaentertained toward the tion in that country The payment eif The men who fought and bled in the Crimea interest on the foreign uational debt by the quet n the government ami the and on the Englisu capital invested In people eif England are also placed n private enterprises is taking SMOOOOOO i excellent dispatch ef Lord r in a rear eiut of Rcenos Alios and the aated geivernmcnt Ls at the same time eun- exists tinually issuing new paper notes The saiel the noble Since the period cire ulation already excessive Ls thus Â¬ - OB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ account of the usual disparity be Â¬ the tween meat and bread he threw Im- redundant piece into t madiatuly a swarm of yellow fish bub Â¬ bled around it fighting for the mouthful The man searched his fishing tackle but all in vain anel he was Just Ixginnlng to elie of d pair when his eye lighted on a blacksnake At thai moment he raaaembeead how his father used to tell him tbat black snakes wero very expert in catching Â¬ oearl ait give- - a fa in Â¬ Â¬ fish He therefore grubbed the reptile by the tail carried it to the river and held it over the struggling fish The snake proved itself a birn angler and in the course of an hear the man had captured forty line Bah A few day later as he was walking in the same place he felt something rub against olel The amour ally harmless in great Not long i that ti n pure but irs rewai his leg anel looking down he saw his An-e-nti- friend the blacksnake more sport Upwards i tag- - I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e eif eleven hundred years be- fore Christ the Chinese were- aj ruled by a dynasty f kings but iry if them prior to isiioautb a I em how dynasty Thpire has in its time lrne many names for it was f rmerly th lo change the nam of the country every time- a aew dynasty gained trolof governmental atfairs Thus in the ancient writings we find it n - How China G rt Its Name rner t with a valuabl I - per-fee- -t - - to as Hai eiue Cssanvqae Han qn aeeordaag to the ni The true nai monarch toOriental scbohiTTi is hum que the centr king m of the means explorers world The early i ally the rortugnese oorrupted Chum epie into Cbin qu evolutcel that word later ca it from ix of RESUSCITATION Vsattsas FROM E the worel ldna Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - s - 1 - Â¬ 1 i 1 -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - - - HANGING Stages Through The Three Different WliUU the Vie tien Fasses I of eleath I have made the saiel by hanging a loig study un ex surgeon of the U S Lamb United States army aeeording to the From my St IuisGleiU--Ikmexra- t observations ituring my experience in the army I feel justideel in s that eleath by hanging is the mest ex aggerated of all niexics It may I mceliate and without sympteims but the aabject must pass through three Btagea before eleath In the first stage the victim passes into a partial stupor lasting from thirty seconds to two minutes but this is generally governe el by the leng the drop the weight eif the body and the tightness of the constriction There is abeoratety no pain in this stage the fe eling is rather on The subjective sym pleasure aeeoribed are intense- heat in the brilliant flaehes of light in the deafening sounels In the ears and a heavy numb feeling in the lungs In the seconel stage the subject passes into unconsckiusness and m nvulsi ms usually occur In the third state all Isqnhft eXcept the baa ting of the heart Just before- - eleath the agitation neweel but iu a different way frvm that in the secemd state The fe et nre raiseel the tongue has a peculiar spasm the die I pro-Â¬ oscillate from tude from the orUts Â¬ side to side anel the pupils dilate The pulse can in most eases lx- - felt ten minutes after the elnp I once knew a man who was of ascertaining if there wa suffering by hanging and in order to find out he place el a rope arr unel his nt k and stepped off a bench intend- Â¬ ing to step back acrain but he b tax lximlng more vuluelesb and nd would Immediately ancons premium has risei toSOS This elecline have eiieel in a few minu m the purchasing power of the curbeen for the timely arrival of B fr rency te nds of Course both to cheek id he expcrii uccel all the f imports anil to increase- the volume of that I mentioned in the Oral exports Paj ing the Beat of prexlue tion in depreciated paper at home arel NEVER SMILED svl ling the product tibroael for golel is The Terrible Secret In the Life of an Ereiperation always a rather urufltabse ring Physician ami the Argentines are likely to try to A few years ago said Charles 1 make the most of the opportunity Patterson of Philadelphia to a St while it la I it Lonis Republic reporter Itui4ia lfiilatln the secret if the life eif a man who huel The population of Russia at the be Â¬ penned more than u quarter eif a cen- Â¬ ginning of this year nnmlien d about tury with scare ely a smile- - He hsiel BOala These- arc distributed been a physician und surgeon and on In the following manner In the So one occasion had to i injured govt rnmente of Russia in Europe there eye in order to save the otln r eye and are about 80000OiX inhabitants in the prevent total blii The night Vistula ceiuntry 8000000 in the au- - before theeiperatiouhe- - bad been 00 1 al in Sibe ria heavily with some f ooo and in Asia 8100000 in though the following morning I 2380000 Finland area sol ier his hand was unsteady an says Vanity Fair are worthy of mto nerves unstrung After The Russian army in time eif pcaee chloroform be muele a fatal nuiulx rs abiut 320000 men which ve by blc bluneler removing ti compared to the population is but a mistake and thus cunsi is pa Other cemntries such tient to perpetual blindntBB Ti small number as Germany and France have already nient he discovered Lis error he turned meire than 1 per cent of their popahv tie man over to a competent sur tians permanently with the e everything he possessed to him Should the tsar one day by a single anil hurried from the neighborhood stroke of the pea choose to follow the like a convicted thief Tho remainder pie of other European powers he of his life was oneroaadof would be in comnianei of by far the remorse one he rapidly developed into eif men under one sov Â¬ largest number a confirmed misanthrope The secret ereign in the world of his life was known to a number of people but when it was finally revealed Doing Ills Duty to me it explained a mystery anel maelc Here Is a grxxl story of a dog which me respect the man for how ever grave the further me rit of bring true his original bluneler which in some Bar An Irish retriever which had been spects wus of course- worse than a taught to bring his masters slippers crime bis repeutenee was of the most when requireel was one day expelled genuine character from the reKim when vi itors were calling us he was making himself LOOK BEFORE YOU DRINK rathe r troublesome The dog fe eling One Woman Dlelnt and Wax Sorry for himself in disgrace in oreler to pro Her Negligent is pitiute his master went to every bedLook before you leap and also be- Â¬ room in the house anel collected all the slippers and old sliex s he eoeld tind fore you eat ejr drink is a gexxl motto which he deposited outside the parlor to remember It is wonderful how peo door Imagine the lings of the lady ple will rise in the night lay hold of a of the hemse when the door was Opened bottle in the dark and quaff the con- Â¬ for the parting vbdtora anel this scene tents too often to realize by taste r was revealed to view feeling that they have sv allowed carbolic acid 6r some other deatlly DtATH BY ago at dArsouval times He K lea tarhsg lr SUell teik place with l t larly I in i -- Th I - Â¬ Â¬ ul lriv till r - Â¬ ami il I Pnymater are i it carri - the - pay ma- - rii-ie-i- 1 1 Pari I r in the psttty miniatures of aii on the i Welsh party party party thv vacci The - lr and the Even the conservati l groups full of which are visioi feir Â¬ the pleasure of I Â¬ i their temptirary power reason of this i only the hejuse of e mm tieii itself is meire set r ious about its larger mcns bul A P- A Donkey Story an v - Â¬ Â¬ The Xew York Mail and Express gravely repeats the foasowfasgt While eating thistles near Treses an Irish donkey snuffed j burr up one nostril and it remained fixed there After that when he attempteel to brav he whiitled through his aeat and ln came an intolerable nuisance by attracting hungry dogs whauiaf he went His owner eventually sold him to a shep- Â¬ herd to call the collies from the pas dnintrht A the hou n lady had an experience the other nkrht which will teaeJi her to bo ht th gas liefore she partakes of refreshment in the nubt She had a brown asrra btttle of imported seltzer water left in the bathrexim in case of feeling thirstv One night she arcee fumbleil about found the bottle which she know v v its shape and the fact that it was neit -- thv- - rtoai a- - frl E f3 habit ol the has fallen - C1n - ti ti s sure Â¬ Â¬ - TWAS NOT A CABBAGE But the Player of the Dead King Took No Risks Before the eccentric George C Miln became a tragpdian he was a circuit clergyman in Iowa and was tha pet of the women of his circuit When he appeared as a star over the same circuit his feminine admirers vied with each other as to which could present him with the largest and handsomest bou- Â¬ quet writes Mary Adair in the Chicago Inter Ocean In Iowa City he appeared as Richard III A lady sat ir a box with the most monstrous bouqu st the florist could furnish Frank Tannehill Sr as sumed the parts of Buckingham and i ue oavra King irsteal of using a su- Â¬ per as is customary to lie upon the bier Mr Miln insisted that Mr Tanne- Â¬ hill should lie there in his robes As the funeral pao ean t crejssed the stage this lady not being a great frequenter of the theater regarded this ns the most fitting time to present the bou- Â¬ quet the cortege reached Jthc center of the stage the tBanM iiiiiii arose frem her sent in th I pride in national integritv to predomibeing Elglisiiel r w alulott glass turned out a goblctful got a 5liK bmu11tne reiauar t mouthful of somethincr so nauwoua FurlKJ that the goblet feu from her hand its t of vrhiefa we erutte i have become absorbed in contents saturating her night dress After a good deal of spluttering and LisEi or some delay she struck a light near the dentopposi Imefaamtra wash basin over which bung a mirr r in the t otheabarf nal repiso she saw herself anel gave a shriek suffrage cr in rvcreatioa ela m which roused the house as she the overworked or Anel no wonder her face teeth hanels feet acd garments were covered with fusts All these may I objects but we lia ink the tr ting that th THE APPETIZING OLIVeT Various Uses of tbe All of This PecuUar tion of our U who is more eagerly deFruit Though a native of Sj ria anel posj poses of his lly of southern ir ishes anywhere in a mild climate Wist to his ooantry than if he g rn Asia southern Eurone north- ern Arrioa- aoaahara England South case he adds to the America Mexkxb3 all the forces of the hour wh sue ouve grows readily an ease he is merely neutraL average seven years lx feiru it a Musle- - CnlverssJ Lauguiiebearing power Twei hum Th introdu atl l- - i - - an by Catholic priwata from there it baa th CaroHaa it la hardy a unfortrtna- all labor is M with all her strength hurled to the stage It struck Mr in tbe face with such I Lait fruit i is t in acorn or in a str lye of w and 1 tioa as t i ts per- - naic win All ages and Wa torn a t aooco and ovrn ilWTTBU r j DAILY i t ap- - and sprang to with uisexit A He mado A MONTH Bf Kail he hne sl Wm M ices nd it polite Join Merslion witn pleasure U I GREENE Gen food 48 47 Man-- D G EDWARDS 5 G P A HALDEMANBus BUNacca rouhTH Meade LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i A of j r the Neil Only STRONG COMBINATION a Suake Slory Bet a S WelL Cincinnati O LT WILSON Prop il per- Â¬ woe I n Tha host