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Ti VOLUME VIII Latest U S Govt Report I RICHMOND CONFESSES A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY PITTSBURGH CAPTURED The Old Soldiers and Friends Take Fall Possession of the City TlTTsm maw Pa Sept MX Comrades IH1 Ii t A t A J SEPTEMBER 12 1894 1JblSCLcred cfctS on Piper IN UMBER 14 INTERESTING Grows m the American Highest of all in Leavening Power XKXTITKY STATE NEWS riruBiKANs of the Sixth Kentucky disriet tie other day nominated Mr II CONDENSED NEWS Oathered From All Parts of the Country by HOEVER YOU ARE Number of Persons About to and friends have been flocking into T Be Piaced Under Arrest burgh all day and night taking Matthews of llooiie county for ABSOLUTELY PURE CRONINIZED A l v Tor the Lynching of Six Colored Mon at Kerrville Term t Son i IU i Is th Hallway Cabsopoi lJ Mv A for lerjurj ratal presentations Said to 11 aiT its Arrested of Memphis Sheriff One of the and Tells All About II luilcr t f B v imkliii new Dr A Union Case at Chic dark a vv tin- li hich may n w the mystery oii a wa Defendants Attorney Objects to the Hob Violence Testimony As nijrM after is report n 10 Sept Tcnn The plot of the Kerrville lynching is laid bare Before many hours e it is uourht every ore who had ing to do with the altair or the rnis from oera- s i ity of them will be I ehind the north wit Iutor it vi bars to participate in the massurc by A N Smith ouc of the men now languish bag in the county j il under iuJict for mtirder in the first degree When the invitation to assist in the assassination was tendered to MeCarver it was represented that sherir ver knew all alnnit it and that er of the criminal court Bob MeCarvcr son sheriff MeCarver gave the snap away He was invited iiiIIiihWiti bMMt Iuliii - Wiclit fa - John Kroimers family heard lak- el Ir ek ta iiilC 1 lritul t for the d iii ro pre of the imr- Inst before eowt u- - W V Irn 111 de-- ried over to aee what was the n lie suvv two colored men jump into the i answer unfrtquented at r lit this time A ries near thi- - M Bol Â¬ ill V IB till dri hurriedly e away i ity by others rtli i Lavta left town in ir - eription The rapidly hilar wi think uliou i to of trat tintt i thf in- - I examination resulted in D e arrest of Jailer Cox for perjury and on Met arver a villi Dr Conklins the fixing of S10000 bond hi to insure his rctnairuirr the city MeCarver did not give this bond Sat CONDEMNED HE LYNCHING urday and asacoiiS qmnue bpent the Basim si Jit ii Mi saassla turn Out Km day behind the Lig gate of the Shelby hostile nominally as deputy Iunil for the Widows Sheriff Mc- ally a prisoner T The mer- rnis irver had been told of the plot by his M of vera days before the cxaiid jury an indirna1 got hold of the boys siory and bepurjHise of denouncing near Mill- - cause he did not ttll wliat he knew to tin ij ht The the Inquisitors he is receiving censure He BBd Judge Cooper had n long con meet in and hes con versation Saturday nifrht and it is suid stroii demning tlie butchery of the that the judte read the riot act to the Border theory now erkms tjilausi ecu by the dark rf ectirse these representations were nntrne and were made by Smith for the purpose if possible of mixing MeCarver up in the affair so thai his hands mi tied if an investigation should lie instituted by the authorities The scheme was a bold one but in Â¬ rot fa led XeOurvcrs f Â¬ 1 l i Â¬ I Â¬ vv risoncrs were ma of the most prominent men in the the city Kesolut ions were ad sraj uiiiun iMtc nut resiioiisi thanking Gov Tnrncy and Criminal bie fa Court Judge Cooper for the Attorney Krwin i haw taken to bring the murden testimony of justue A fund of 11000 was raised W r f Mil fort - and orphan of Die lund thai murdered men in ten minutes and a the men indicted by i f solicit further list dnril btriki understand said Mr Lr- To swiTriTiiml fur a lortunr have Sept s fortune beea aahfKvnaed have Dt - wati Miss Mary Bassinger o a may awaittify in 1 huvh sheriff a the irrormd that in nf the Airr I 1 m family of Prof V r Whitlo She the Alpine snows of Sa rii a next week to join a will whom wealthy aunt in Swita f the during the few n- - liiiony in A 11 Miss A - the ii Texas for- - v TsM Trjile Tri n round for I the pris- iiiay s to tin cfaarged with artici ationin the bag were being treated with more cy than was allowed by the erder 1 grand jury must nors for amended Den K llar Ander- r the position of jailor so highly SberrS Mc - - mi no option but to tender it to Anderson It is eoreedcd that the jrrnnd jury is n w in possession of the most dam- Â¬ aging evidence against the parties now in jail harped with the killing and it nfidently expected that indict s will le returned in the next and that bench warrants will o are against the pa suspected lauiM Playrd Snndny S 4 aDcrTirti a 4 1 humors have been noatin ton 6 7 6 9 Si Iavji 11 - L 1 Hon e They 75 stind PrCt 3C li 114 114 115 fa tall rli 40 hut under lockiy Hurt I 00 I 4 knife wound himself die ill ii itt Colninhns Jnrkon Kbw V an ill H4- i Um I I 50 47 23 CT fell rovvn t fully fifty fvt Bi The tally injure aspeavded Iii fa fiLht to a J Corbet in a w hen and t 70 77 KJ 115 117 117 117 115 S3 i Will the Pullman Vorks Mow Voiik Sept ML The fact re M lullman has bi that jrave the rider for forty days at Bra tialdes the 1eter Jackson the S that Corbel At- - visitor Oln w Mass y - was driven 1 a few hours witli Ires- avy also called Mrs Cleveland at I arrived here Kri at ray t and Kri- - W r- sidt omiitK Over wnnt to Electric Stone at Raclnaw Saoinaw Midi severe electric storm c here in ye and continued four hours Tie fell iii torn overflowed and the water feet deep on all has been stree done A has been the subject of con mectilation Several railroad nen admit that they huve heard of the ble transfer to Newark of the Pshiee Car Works of Pullman Mr Pullman when he was last in III refused to say anything about the matter Forger ArreKUil Lyons X Y Sept 10 Elias n wanted here on two indictments charging forgery arl grand larceny ed in Spencerville O He was agent for the Singer Manumctur- here and it is tat he cd that corporation out of nearly forging leases for machines after the machines had been sold for In Decemlier 1801 he de- ped i -- Cloudburst s The bureau of ition Friday forwarded to the several commissioners of immigration various ports of the Inited as of twenty- lied from d lielieved to be en route to tea Oealli Prank of an Kncine nkikiii Ind Sept s While running at a high r sing this city the fast mail struck a dog throwing it against the child of John Lewis with force that the child was thrown t a telegraph pole and fatally red t ieoreJmild in7 the wim at Vienna D Cossmedorv E ViaaxA ept Morgan and Mr George J Dould have been eiected memlrs n the Loyal Vacht Spjadron of Austria Hungary Mr Dould was proposed for memiier sliip by Archduke Carl Stephen and nomination was seconded by Prance Hatthyani Strattmann Allan hints fii four-year-o- ld Mil ii ill of a Sonthera Dock night at Ewells store down on irginia coast near the North Caro-Â¬ lina line is locally famous in the duck- Â¬ ing Mason as the special night in the week when the storekeeper is at home duck hunters of the region Ewell says the New York Sun buys ducks of the hunt rs paying for the and ahip-game in goods fro urchasca to an up ooast life- ii whenoi tlie marketo of behind his counter with a la one i Wumsnnper aged Is was ag his horse at the fair grounds The wire at the judges stand dropped ami eonght Sample under the chin al- raring his head from his shoul- Â¬ ders He was thrown violently to the ground his thigh fractured and other Â¬ wise injured His injuries are believed to be fatal small Fox In ludianaolis Indianapolis Ind Sept S Mary Free Thinkers Meet Sumers a young colored woman ToriKA Kan Sept 10 The state Friday afternoon in the pest died iation of free thinkers closed a house of small pox The character of Weeks session Sunday Papers speech- Â¬ till until her disease was not ntf eotei es and resolutions denouncing the two days ago when she was placed in h the Bible so marriage Quarantine and other laws were indulged in Ata public meeting in the city park Sunday and for the resignation of Presi Â¬ Bat the Proeedare Didnt Pan Out as dent Cleveland was unanimously Profitaoly as He Owl Cxpctod adopted Xerxes Jones determined to quit Crashed to Death smoking says the Philadelphia Call EiKrNS W Vs Sept 10 While two had any baneful feven yearKld girls named Gum not you know that it and influence upon his health but solely York were playing on a lumber pile for the reason that he didnt feel justi- - at Wormelsdorf the logs liecame un fled in spending twenty five cents a ased and rolled down crushing day for the weedy luxury Jones had the Hum child to di ath and fatally in Â¬ his new juring her companion a good disposition and began e on Sunday John W Gibson was shot and mor- Â¬ in f Ive quit smoking Ill put ra quarter in the collection lox tally wounded by names Lewis over a ards at Middlesboro Ky v he mused and in the money but was captured bis little Â¬ noon aceompanied by heavy wind Consider Many cellars were ade trees able damage wits It is reported and outbuildii as having been mucii heavier at West r a town National Pythian Sanitarium t Su Hoi preme Chancellor George W W received a telegram from Wi Friday that the resolution giving D on of the supreme lodge to the al Pythian sanitarium to lie lo cated here passed that body Friday struck thin city ut Lima O spt at Lima 8 A stSfl cloudburst Iriiay after Â¬ Ohi kn evening irii Pa Seit Archie Sample Almost Beheaded 10 Snturlav complete posaessfon of the city It is nk Pkiky a prominent an minister of estimated that on the night before the Cumberland It opening of the twenty eighth na that section died at his home in llop encampment at hundred kinsvllle after a brief illness of tythousand visitors are here and Mon Â¬ phoid fever aged about thirty live day s arrivals will swell the number lie had for several year three or four times A copious shower pastor of a church in Ti I be at- All fell Sunday ai lnile members of the there and tempering the heat so Paducab council has been discovered rs have had pleasant THat banks of Kichmond did not ob Â¬ that weather This had the effect of crowd- serve Labor day on account of court ing ti to an extent never be day fore witnessed in Pittsburgh which is CiiAUii s McCoBD who mysteriously rather a staid old town and note disappeared from his home near Danits quietude on the Sabbath The sa- ville two weeks since is still missing loons were closed of course but other and can not be found business was transacted in away which A Kkxtiikv farmer was all smiles made the average citizen bsagine that the other day as an exbecause he was awny from home visiting change pate it his farm had just been other place not so stiff in the ol enriched colts two ealvea anee of the Llue laws two grandchildren and eleven pigs all The universal comment of the visit- Â¬ in one litter ors regarding the decorations and Tik long continued struggle over displays of patriotism is that at no teaching German in the public schools time in the past at an encampment has of Covington was finally disposed of Pittsburgh been outdone The display the other evening at a meeting of the sh and in the majority of cases board Those who favored the new and b retention of German put in their As the different visiting posts arrive effort in the shape of a petition from they are met by escorts detailed from s of Honor in the local reiriiuents of the National favor of German teaching By a de-Â¬ d and with flyine colors and bands cided majority however the school piiiying they are Uitcn to the places board thaterman should be a ligned them cheered to the ec abolished outright in tin- district the throngs on the sidewalks Th t in the high school work of the Citizens committee only as aa optional study The Though enormous is being transacvini iaif of German was waged vigorMier like way and the round ously and the present result is general ci thorrWathly Dp to a late ly taken as final An effective argu Â¬ hour Sun it no accidents hav ment of its opponents was that in those rep rted Hsaaels iu which it was taught the The naval veterans who arrived Sun- Â¬ rank pupils in studies gener day are established in quarters on the ally was inuik below tha river iu steamers especially fitted up where German was not tan for their use Old times are certainly The board is rl Greek being vividly recalled to them for they high sell KL very much to the displeasare living niider strict naval discipline ure of Supt Warrield on their ships and seem to be enjjy LuTTnCBS received at the Louisville ing it to the full board of trade indicate that the immiAmong the noted arrivals Sunday gration convention to lie held there were two men from Honolulu They next month will be attended by dcle represent the full memliership of the riiu all parts of the state Tin GL A II in Hawaii and were deter- movement is attracting much attenmined to lie present at the last en tion and the prospects are that campment which they will likely ever convention will accomplish much enjoy go k1 An Army OfReer Tests the Bicycle Ai Lowmansvilc Al Borden by John iia Neb Sept 10 Lieut J I Donovan of the Seventeenth infantrv Political quarrel who left Ft Russell Wyo last Mon- Â¬ K street paving may be laid at day on a bicycle arrived in this citv t bora 0 oclock p m He covered the distance Coiiia Ton C II RoDtta of the Eighth of 530 miles in five and a half days rid- Kentucky internal revenue district reing ne and one half days were lust ports colleetio month of Aun gust amounting in re irvak in the wheel lie propelled 270 pounds PhXMONs were issues the other day Twenty eight miles were traveled in as follows Original Joseph II Crfav sand and 155 miles in mud For 49 rnan Jessamine county Alvin Clifmiles he faced a strong wind He rode ford Knoxville Pendleton county In 4 miles on railway ties crease Samuel Gilbert Stephenport Breckinridge county Reissue John A 1retcxt to Interfere PaBH Sent 10 The Kcpuhllque W lulx Smoky Valley Carter county I to the reports Joseph Jesse Gradyville Adair count v Fran if the Japanese la borne Hicks Hopewell Greenup thai it is the i ty to attack Shanghai as proof that Great M D Ft attkiy assistant ph king a pretext to intervene in the war between China and director of the llostoa Y M C A n engaged as ph Japan Bat this the paper adds the nasium has limiKMff SnfnY ft ti tes Fiance and Eussia will direct it 1C91 and 1S95 lie is a graduate not iKrmit of the gymnasium at Berlin Germany Jail Bnrnrd wood Mich Sept 10 Sunday university He will have nothing to do with the foot ball team which will be f Hurley led by Messier of Yale was arrested on the charge of drunkrt 14 At Owensboro Char enness An hour after npris ne year in old was sent i the otied the jail was in uriiel to a crisp He is the penitentiary for grand larceny 2 mixed supiKirted ud five diamond mixed ear tr to have started the fire him- He st self The victim came to Hurley rc from a trunk He is said to hay R x 2 mixed t 11 aae do ccntiv from Ashland track dy reI Passing Bogus hecks Arrested for ad of j St Loi hive heart disease in Ghent a few - M Gordon a sty- under an75 A PABTT of froK aung men lishlx man abot rsold Vem 50j near Kirmansville started to said to be a L t Ind attor ciiirivari I led Stephen Giles ney who is charged with passing GO who hail married Gera w idower Gordon admits his guilt He trude Her G05 couimi Bsias of Ifl The is parents live in New York and mock such a racket rotvh that Gordon is an assumed name tha the patience of Giles became ex rood to I hausted an be discharged a shotgun Italian Fatally ut to choice MOO 430 KsCrr Sep 10 The Italians on into the boisterous crowd wounding in to fair John Wagner and Addison Mason its had a general scrap BAIi clubs and razors were the implements Wagner can not recover Giles has WiKAT Xo 2 red- e October 5643MHc of war and one fellow named been arrested got a fatal cut in the neck His assailThkhe is a lively fight on now over teste May64tfrKv4c steamer No t ant was bound over to court on a who will be pistmaster at Pineviiie spot and September 55 I -charge of cutting to kill He gives the The incumbents term expires in Octo- year MfeMixed Ind ber name of Salvina white western attte No iais So t do BU EminkniK college opened its twenty President Clevelands Sahlntth RYE Xft 25 ITiriHHTl Hay Mass Sept 10 The eighth session a few days ago nnder Xinr Tons 7c Rye v president spent the greater part of the tlie management of Prof W I -MeA Corkle with a full corps of teacherNo 2 store and elevator MgGea Wheat day at Gray Sables and after lunch COV4C f u b 5 unrJed ud took a stroll with Col Lamont and Dr large number of pupils were enrolled afloat 56c No 1 northern 84 S6acfsHc points to a successful Bryant over his extensive grounds A and everything c up Crx x 8 riciirally tloot aad llrni No n launch of the Dolphin brought Secre2e43i A Yorni named Allen who lives in i white 37c No S Oats No tary Herbert and party for a few hours e 3V No 3 33V4C No S white 3i ic Muhlenberg county was struck by call wrstcrn 3tg3oc white do Sai41 whits dag during a violent rain storm Gen P S Slavln Dead 0uj3uXo the other day He was knocked seam iujo O Sept a O Sept 10 After a brief Toledo llesh on his entire right and Wntit- - No S red cash and illness contracted while in attendance side of histhe ilay 6io body turned black and re- 54cOctober at the liattie of Fallen Timbers cele- mains Na 3 red cash 530 that color OOBmv-- No trading bration ini P S Slavin of this city Tiik historic old drift pile just above IAT5 Sil a prominent member of the ur ion the St Clair bridge on the Kentucky 30 ci eptrmber Cio forces in the war of the rebellion died river at March sTsusntenr Si 45 February J Frankfort burned the other Sunday afternoon in his seventy sec md night The low stage of the river ex 5ai year Pittsbcrh posed a large portion of the pile which CATTrrPrime had become very dry during the pood butchers 3en4 routh fat A County Treasurer Short 00 booJ fat c aa drought The drift has been there for 340 fair lUiit it rov Sept s A shortage of three quarters of a century and has andheiftrs Ho s Fhiladelphias 640 1950 best York- Â¬ 0 has been found in the accounts been the subject of several poems one ers und mixed Z0itl common to fair of retiring County Treasurer Mandru by Henry T Stanton Yorkrrs S iTOHftlO pigs 5zyY10 good sows He says there is an error anil iias aavkat Akjistboko thd oldest ttSdS6a stags and rough sows HrAiiS 00 Kkv Josiu a the state auditor to make an examiua- - and best known Baptist minister in Subsp Kxtra 0Or3i good 10M0 that part of the state died suddenly fair Ili0ftl80 common S0cai100 yearlings 190QO lambs tt OOSASa the other morning at the residence of Ucvfalo N Y Sept 8 his son near Litchfield Heart failure CATTUi Extra steers tV75iac0 fair 5003 S2ft llKhtlulliflsi was the cause of his death He was oed Yorlccrs Hofis f615630 corr fed scventv three years old Michigan grassers g5737C00 mixed pa fcjrs A keunion of the Blue and the Gray Oil iBJXi641 was held in Boyle county Nearly 4000 Shsspand am us Extra lambs I44 few fancy MG0 lair to gooi 40044SS common preaeatt people were 3 85 pood to choice fat mlrcd light Skckktaky of Static Hkadley has 3heep toatair J3 tatSaOO common to fatr 1125 ordered 30000 copies of the election law export ewee JiOO SaO export wothers 3K with instructions to voters 4 00 Canada lambs iNHiASAMIJ Ind Sept 8 An Elkton girl had some powdered Cattlb Good choice charcoal for tooth cleaning purposes steers 4755 tomedium k1pplqjj and oxp rt to good shippig near her powder puff When an ad- Â¬ steers H7SiS4 at Hogs Gooa to oholce medium and mirer rang she was sitting in the dark She snatched up the puff gave it a dab 0566V mixed and heavy packing tt25 good weights common in the charcoal passed it hastily over to cholci light t575590 5 yJ Tu15 40o light weights pis her face went downstairs into the roughs J5JtaT5L 1 Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i S -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --Â¬ HEREVER YOU ARE Two men were killed by a falling scaffold at Dobbs Ferry N Y HATEVER YOUR TASTE movement to start an independ- Â¬ ent Catholic church in Baltimore is not promising Mrs Drayton not only will ci the divorce suit but will fight it to tho JM JB v end I A check for 1000 was stolen at Co Â¬ CLEAR long lumbus from the county commis SKIN sioner MM A total of J monuments now mark the boundary line between M tico and the United Stal James Dixon and an unknown tramp IM I linl M X were kiilel in a collision on the WaÂ¬ MEMTALl W STRONG If too ermnl clean tender juicy steaks call on 1bash road near Staunton 111 Ix t meal of all kin- None bol the ENERGY NERVES lies of tlie Seventeenth Five make a specialty t ilelii regiment V S A have been ordered promjitly and at i to the barracks at Columbus O pecially invited to ill and see our n is wanted The corpse of Iearce D Keating was the way ere do business found in the rivtr at the foot of Putger street St Louis Sunday morning M Ilaninicrly awe Keating has been a sufferer from can- Â¬ of Hlllsboro V cer and was despondent over an ap Â¬ tlie merits if Ayers years rL I hurt mj proaching operation It was plain that a sorewhichlrd he committed suicide were Robert A Thompson an advertising C T WELLS Manager ankle Iieing solid body tend to ot agent well known to the business men varioas remeilixs I of New York Boston and Philadelphia iiefore ex bottle tiio was found dead in his room Secotl bitte cllrilei an house New York Sunday The gas ir the room was turned on full red by Dr J C A ci and Deputy Coroner Oliara that death had resulted from as Cures others Will cure ation The irrigation congress at Denver OP Col reached no conclusion in ri to the policy to be recommended con- Â¬ cerning the reclamation of the arid relation of the state and national government to that problem THE Bi the matter being referred to th breed -- AT-1 era state commissions to report at the ACTION GUARANTE next congress E F Briscoe eaahier of a bank at R H Ky Cortland Pa nCsWeated A Batin S o Do rich of th robbed of i Bannm had persuaded to draw the money by two y111 ruxnrujinnruTiTJinruxrxjTri rreen goods crooks but the cashier THE COID WEATHKR WILL SlXN BS was not rkrht deÂ¬ suspecting that all DrOH YOU AND A layed honoring the check for a few miuutes and the swindlers evidently realizing that they had jocu foiled immediately fa OR A Another chapter of the famous and bloody Pleasant Valli y feud has appar- Â¬ I have opened a Sew Hardware Store at No 1 i Second 9 ently been entered upon Horace 11 WILL BE A NECESSITY WE HAVE BOTH was found riddled Schilly a and shall handle the host line in town y mutilated oa vvithrile bs - md Fa fact we have every tbiis in the heat i mountain Arizona He was COOKING STOVES HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ laid on his way to Phoenix It is ti and cooking line Our sales have al been large tin- - season and everv thought this is the work of the T WARE CDTLERY GUTTERING TIN ROOFS Schilly is the last of his bury faction has now numbered family T AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS thirty one victims Wis Mrs L At Mi ifc of Ii Bergenthai I handle the popular Bisseil Chilled Plows None better i Bergen thai superintendent of the Na- Â¬ COME AND BLY a tional Distilling Co was found dead P 5 in tied Sunday afternoon by Officer A HZATX2TG STOVE A C00ZX2T3 I also have in eonneeiioa a Tinshop with W D i William Hase at her residence Two le t tinner in the State in charge Uwtterina gas jets wire turned wide open and ST0V3 A BANGS A GEATE 2 on hurt not the gas had filled the whole house when th- officer broke in the front AND EVERYTHING VRY TO door of the residct hud quar IStPAXT TllM SL II AS with her reled uuuuiruu Tiro aWflk sbsaTtltt Ciinzer Tiles THE MARKETS Taltsiaah mobrn fi UuupB Jk in Fi1 n lira It -i life Come to Us and Satisfy You I Can 1- Sarsaparilla AVFQC lAl Z Z ZZL I Z 1 Ayers Sarsaparilla jou BLUE GRASS HERD ST0VE You Need si Stoves BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard nriLnj-mnjiJtrjsjinj-- STOVE GRATE NEW HARDWARES Given Satisfaction -- Backs Cooking Vtenaila I1RA1 El to l trtrvrLTLru I i fords BT STKKX and C TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Firiri HAYS A FULL HARDWARE STI VK A v CLAUDE SMITHS CO W L IS 3 SHOE NOSSUEAKiNC THE BEST Douglas 5 CORDCVAFvi ii LINK OOKIXsJ Sl IN WARE and FAR1I1 lMlLl Do yon need a Cooking We handle MODEL STEEL KANGE It - durable c None like it n mowersi and i Saves labor try on We liave in connection a TIN SIH Lainl are pr to do tin roofing guttering and other work rul L3Because - bestdongol V I DOUCLAS V BROCKTON You can rare money by pirclianii s Daaslas the val wearing whetply tAi3 f THYLOR L 33 d LTU trtrurnju-ru-in- 1 Ha BROTHERS Richmond uirLrLnruu L Tik ou we can o s f SId by your thin glLnJTLrtnrtTITLJ-uaJ-c nrtrtruiri It yon in 1 lian 5 i ai P jo 57 JAS2 FRSS1IAN S li WELSH Bl GarnettHouseSaloon W STUART i3 rruo tnjxrtruxf trurj 5 2 2 Lrvruj -- i JONES Proprietor The Vulcan rJTLnrL-xru-t-iTr- I 5 Pure Whiskies Brandies I Wines c Chilled Plow r FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST Hardware aad Grocery Firra Decidedl 2 2 p Sicamoad ia c As the whiskey taz hes been raised 2 ijal on I wi BvreaJtM sell pure Jett whiskey at 225 per gallon I have eneSel the services of Mr Rob Terril as bartender who wll be pleased to have his friends rail and see him W miruTTUTJiJxiiruTru iruTjTjijutn g t ruxriruTru-u-u-LrijruTXL-injx- rTxirtxu-Lrijij-uxnru-u-u- A full stock of rest 2 ware At ju rnrsuTsirz SSatt lime cement C si st i oats S1TAKT JONES Garnett Hoase Saloon 40 9 Secxnd Street 2 Also a choice line of cKriruxaariru p lo 2 every kind caa be u boui SOLID TRAILS BETWEEN 3H 33 CINCIXNATI UD ST wi LOUIS TALACE SLEEPING CARS BETW FKN i fv D C ST LOUIS and WASHINGTON VIA 17 BIG FOUR ROUTE fa light KNOWll Briugs comfort and iiuprovemcn - to personal enjoy n The many vvlio livi and enjoy iife more promptly odncta to young man for an hour and came hack to light up and look in the glassy Her feelings may be imagined Found Dead in His Berth Cumberland Md Sept 10 chatted gracefully with the common to good iiOSiO ilioice Sheep f 503 X lair to metlium USO itZJS common sbees 2a SaSBV ajd Lambs Choke to extra lambs juiii siip xdio vs of rimark No my dear its Gv Pr vies an Churl s liro ii Charles Ohio Hcav ly fa- Â¬ en f r Epil I troylee for his tally inj discbilge of rock prenmtare while bh had ducker with the ibout Irtsll - Win In the foot Warhingtoh Sept s A post ofBce G H has been established in Alabama at Patton a prominent citizen of Wash- Â¬ Opal Lawrence county Post ing C II 0 was found dead in a discontinued Kentucky Haynesville berth of an east bound Baltimore Ohio county Tennessee Oak Point Ohio sleeper Sunday morning There Wilson county Alabama Crenshaw d in the was a large bruise on the stomach Dallas county but nothing else was found to indicate Samuel Mortis for Parliament iting the cause of death Dubun Sept 8 Mr Samuel Mor Count of Paris Left BOOOOOOO rtionalist was Friday elected to Loj it 10 - Ti e Times says sent in parliament the place of The only significance of the at rick Alexander ho re-yalist party in France is an According to the Times ble quantity unt of Paris left property valued 00-- Postal Affairs The elegant service offered by the Big Four between Cincinnati and St Louis n excelled by no other line Night trans are eoatpssed of new cars throughout coaches of the latest improved pattern and Wagner Sleeping Cars service for the fiKl time Day trains have Parlor and Drawing Room liinmg Cars and uid Exquisite et Sleeping Cars be Through tween St Louis and Washington D C Cincinnati and Chesavia Indianapolis peake c Ohio Ky in connection w th the he Dining Car Set r v famous ins to vice extends tt cmatioa regard etc apjy to nearesi ticket agent i 1 Â¬ 1 109 botwfwn 23 90 Im X IlriMliia WHAT DOES IT MEAN SOLID VfiSTiSULES TRAINS E tV T A G K P T M V r GSTJCS XIES3T03Y CHR m QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE iaris deat i Mr Morris OOLe r uk a new jv a c from v Chili Denies SeUhsg Vessels nparilia in to retain the full r nn mm I IJAVB SOM12 Desirable Property for Sale vtiES 1 red iTHE CLIMAX OFFICE CHAS S POWELL RICHMHD K THE CLIMAX v ITBlIHI l Editor tv tt1 IIDIBMT be prows intlignaut sd1 ml in the face bowl it Iut lie is very rich in wonls He n viisi and luxuriates in the diction- Â¬ ary and liis lunjruaan is exurberant and ginning We ali know liirn lie BY otto His name - Ikina The CRnnax Printing J H Co oue LUMBER 1 POWELL Proprietor and Manager Gen l EXPORTS t PRM e I PBS m KAK - fl5U be consoiai issued r I - lllST U 1 DEMOCUATIC TKKET - You always say something bright and It esiird helpful something to remember and Litioo These pleasant think of afterwards ur the prices of lumlier in the words were written by one friend to anbat the fict that our other and what a pretty text thty make Ai- luui fjr us What can cost less and bring Anu riea and Australia loi- Â¬ sm to be met with gold more wide spread happiness than pleas Hnber im ter on gold is likely to flow this way ant words helpful words words that bnSHMSS ev n wbel with In conclusion we again assert oer beleave the hearer with a consciousness nitry lief in better times Reviriag teeden- that the world after all is not such an i ire multiplying every week and iihpossipie place that hearts are kind nuiated in this require a fair opportunity to assert and sympathy wide spread that love lia reciprocity themselves Sudden recovery is try by t neither helps us to tide over sorrow We can Free lumber would do the iikely nor desirable but the turn all belong to the helpfuls it would increase tne aain a firm belief in improvement will oo husi do much to promote it The latest rail If your local paper has trod OB your trv Ifitinjnri marked decrease in toes a little in performing us mission try it a few show increases dont get your back up and abuse the ulio to which we have been complete will i prolonged till frost come- Most editor but stop and take a long breath strangers for over a year of the guests are from Louisville some and think for a season and see if you - opinion from such a responsible from Lexington a few from Indiana and can see if vou cant remember some of source cannot but have its intluence in one family from Texas favors and kindness it has shown you in lending encouragement to the upward The natives who move listlessly abowl the past Then retted that it may not trend of things and is in itself a stimu- - are of the most primitive mountaineers be long before you niav want a favor fifty iiiii eoiiiKieiiec so essentiali to any each still carrying a seven foot ritle and again Jir anew Bmmm X from ex- litioaa Let us is followed by the typical yellow cur dog Oo onvince capital that it can venture It is an interest jag sight to see the most When a man exalts his own private in- Â¬ 1804 6 with safety from it hiding places and no modern and dade and the terests above the life and welfare of his A Kl NKNTA1 - The State Hoard in the exercise of one will have reason to complain of a primitive product of the eternal hills toAY fellow man we see as in a mirroi a de Â¬ a discretion accorded them by law will tv of the circulating medium gether and from the lordly bearing of based and malignant nature one that allow applicants for State and County There is money enough to transact the each it is difficult to say which owns the - a dangerous menace to the com Certificates to elect nine out of each ten f the country if we could inly earth mon gtHxl of a community questions on every branch and receive the wal tivity instead of I owned thiaplaoal would wall it If oo full credit 10 percent on the one omit- Â¬ the lying ille and dormant in bankd up against creation hut I am informed plans that occupy mens minds at ted by preference ifthe applicant holds a The trunks and that the present owners intend to further ate showing thai he has completed stockings That the tendency is in the improve it and farther modernize it with night upon their beds are a good test of ce character They who contemplate in the previous years Leading Circle work direct a view of inviting a lot more fools with the still night the performance of a BXAMJKi enconi ilia IK ElITim AT1 current experi- - money to sxud to come next year wer of wicked act lerause it is in the 1 Toward the close of the school their hands and liecause it advances year members of the Lea ling Circle will A girl who deliberately marries withSOME INTOXICATING their own interests have neither fear of be furnished questions on FLOWER thebooksrenw out understanding the art oi cooking is eternitv nor love of justice and w ill comthey will lie allowed a month in which committing a well the law of the land mit anv crime when opportunity oilers to write the examinations A Frenchman at their n making not call it a crime but the unwrit- If you know of such men leware of homes and return their papers to the rimenta with the odors of Bowers ten law of the hoine certainly does con- them But thev will not escape for it is v Board of Examiners The Coun - nine to a studv of the stitute it a crime Especially is this true written Woe to them that devise inty Examiners will then issue Leading Scents have noon hitman of those in modest circumstances who iquity and work evil upon their beds Circle Cirtilicates Hi- - ohservatkins are interesting to those whose examicannot employ efficient cooks llurnt when the morning is light they practice nations show a nuiiilier of people have them to be reasonably well nmmnlli bread scotched roasts leathery it informed concerning the Ixxiks read rered that they are peculiarly in- oo wishy washy coffee and disor ed by certain odors and the The Slate Examiners will give a dered stomachs that one imagines the Not a few good citizens defend their Certificate oi Special Merit to those who honeymoon should be filled with there corruption of elections on the ground The are so many reasons logical and that while it is wrong to buy votes vet it are reported by the County Msnss1 having done very meritorious the cheer- philosophical why cooking should le is the only way to succeed Ihev sav vided that they submit an work pro- Â¬ ful discovery that if one wakens in the elaborate outincluded in the accompliahmenti that the other side buys and that they line of morni each book read not less than six - that it is useless to enumerate are forced to the same resort in self de Â¬ of legal cap and give ten choice I wine the night them Good cooking is the b fense As long as they take this ground selections from each Isiok not more than happiness health and success in the they only make the matter worse No life One may thoroughly under- man ought to be willing to engage in two of which are from the same chanter overstand art music architecture science anything that will debase his felow man OKKEJSAI OXS that and philosophy be familiar with astron or endanger our beat institutions As published heretofore The neither ad- ut at the omy mythology the mysteries of evlight to le between purity and imd fee nor periodical dues will be olution politics and literature vet if the purity Let the best citizens stay tonary the only expenditure being 0BO- chemistry of a loaf of bread has gether pledging themselves to use nei- the small amount required for the par n our neglected the education is sadly incom ther money nor whhrici let them sup- - chase of books and professional ionrnak BS the house mother- is port no man who approves of corrupt County Examining Boards are reonesi ich thev concerned l ineinHis 111 time thev will succeed lor e 1 to record as practicable the h is pointed out that an oo the jood always succeed against the had names and nd those teachers dor which When we gel in the wrong place our Mooreheld Storey the great lawyer in who will take the initiative in the work and that a right place is empty a speech before the American Bar Aaso- - Their prompt and earnest 00 operation is oo ciationsaid recently in talking aliout this respect in II v solicited The imjHirtance The demand for money in financial very matter that the good citizens for- of an educational movement of this kind upon centers dearly shows that a buying era got the necessarily and essentially Weak need not he insisted Umii it tin Fortunes are made in a week character of any sombination if scoun mend itself to all who will reflectwill com 8 If the scent of Bowi by taking hold at the right time drels He named New York City as an It is suggested that Loeal Circles with le think it is then Oil instance where the method had bean Officers and regular meeting times an kl harm by sending There is a feeling of confidence abroad tried of organizing against corruption can he from organised in each county for that ie in the world of trade It is a plain doty - Hue years but little headway was with matter and great good be done socially A in New Yoik of every man at present to help the wave made hut at last tiie party of parity is profession ally and generally by such I model housekeep beginning to triumph the reign of the meetings Patrons should be encour I irward oo scoundrels is over in the greatest city of aged to participate in these local organisLicl f The plow would not BO deep if the oui land The same thing can be done zations litiian The New York w team had anything to say about it here and it is the duty of any citizen not The supplementary work the lilv should he in reviews vr- - pii- oo simply to elect his man hut to weave questions and outlines that wOi appear it prodw of nausea Never did any harm eh Well nei- Â¬ purity into anljtics Jmctmn each week in the Soothers School will an s we ther did a rotten WAR he invaluable aids to the local Circles 00 are informed have a delightful perfume oo in their native grove but bring die The poor man is not the ideal hence to individual readers and to teachers They tell me Im a silent man some says Im old itions being suggestive of topii s to those who are rash enough to sleep in he is not the idol of the public A ur for programmes c I hivnl got a tongue me loom with them thats Korkin- every preacher banker Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ pretenses urged in favor of a dim i that oar lumber manufacturers would he I business if not protected from i when thev are defyii mpctition not only in all Booth American countries and but in the I Australasia and Africa and even in ment with an unstable currency and the brave stand taken bv the administration for the conservation of the national cntlit have operated to restore confi- neana to capital and enti ith- ering outrage to venture nionev in loth industrial and commercial nuaVrtakiniis In line with this hopeful outlook we note the following extract from the circular of the banking house of Henry - one of the most conservative and ing institutions in the country The low condition of tin- - treasure re serve excites no alarm because its disa bilities are regarded as temporarv The raMUiptinn of imports and the fall currency movement arc together depended beyond icii the treason which is the declaration of Mr Cleve land to preserve the credit of the country also the public spirit of the associa ted banks in any severe cnsi are viewed wi pri hoinn than Banal bacanse they are due not to a return of our securities so much I and maturing I which in the eomnier- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ clever looking fellow ought to either order new cover for his beds or get a special dispensation for warmer nights It is a mark of poor consideration for comfoit of jieople who come out of a temperature of 2 degrees to one of M degrees not to provide them with some A man cant protection frcm freezing even get a night cap here A modest young man from our interior city where women take the side streets on windy davs see some sights here which cause strange senss tiins to waltz up and down his spinal column I have rublnxl against the world enough to be inured to such effem inate follies as decolete waists hut when thev exhibit themselves in scan tunics too short at both ends as the girls do hen when bathing in broad day light I blush to own that I was too shocked to run away or even Stream When a great big crowd of old men and young men old women and young maidens go in a washing together as they do here every afternoon it takes a fellow with better eyes and more anatomical knowl ind a sight more experience than I to be able to tell a man from a woman 1 think Kockcastle is a fine place to visit and all the people here seem to lie dead stuck on it Some of them have been here since June and a good many of the guests sav they cant liveany where else during the hay fever season These are known here as the sneering contin gent and they make up a large proportion of the crowd that the season i Â¬ i the saving of a nickel is in StSSsent The American who will squander ten dollars worth of time in looking around for the place where iie can make a rive dollar transaction count the most will not hesitate to trade with KuglHhmen French Hindoo Aral Indian Esquimaux or anybody else if he can make The And who blames him it pay world is out foi the stull and whole when it comes t this you will find Uie American citiaen along in the neighborhood of the head of the procession the by the new movement inaugurated American Protective Taritl League to the contrary notwithstanding Â¬ Â¬ that enter the Americans mind when and 1 first years course of study for the Kentucky Teachers Heading Circle OBJ I To promote the professional and YVrnfi UiikUlii irisU literary ciiltureof teachers arid friends of We have Clothing Hat and Caps and Gents Furnisl tine t education M house o as to enable us to carry a larger stock Tiiis we have To establish and maintain stronger l Mens all WO Youths and hov mits trom 70c to JS We wan to buy 10000 funnels of first S3 50 up Km ds of fraternal ism by the systematic 6 50 and fs Mens pants 45c u bors naata Ms up Hats an i ci quality Irish potatoes delivered at Har study of subjects of common interest r whit and Will pay highest cash mens and bo s sample cap- - rur pi ice 10 hers coal yard ing cost 2 cases ladies and miss 11 doen price CO J W MAY 9 16 MAN WKMKNT 1 1 wSr SCHOOLNOTICE ELDERS BARGAIN STORE r r 00 It we could see ourselves as othe us most of us would look the other way OO a The 8tate Board ot Examiners Who shall adopt the course of reading b Arrange for such editorial work on each book as to secure more thorough reading and better understanding of hooks read c Announce to county managers the course ot reading what credits and certificates will be allowed by the State I epartment and suggest plans for organizing local circles d Is sne certificates through the County Superintendent as Indicated above l County Board of Examiners LoÂ¬ cal Managers a Who shall organize Local Reading Circles b Who is making ui their programmes for the meetings of the Connty Teach iathm Can assure State wide discussion of im- Â¬ portant topics by drawing upon the Leading Circle Iepartment of the official educational paper for at least one subject each time e Keep accurate records of members who read and of those who complete the course d issue certificates as directed by the State Board of Examiners 1804 96 to ksk or sniiY Professional Whites Scbool Management Literature SkinnerVEolk Lore 3 Educational Iaper The South- Â¬ ern School ramnrm is tkacukks ax unmam 1 In ISO the examination questions on Science and Art of Teaching will e based on the professional book read in 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m which if Iwjught regiar con his We have a large stock 01 them go as bargains A k to ee our line St its furnishing plctc Outing shirts jc up Fme negliaca IsnenVhrt rard up J carpets 17c up win oil 20c o 7 and S iett long ya 3 lace curtains age np 40 and J5C MISS SUDIE RUSSELLS PRIMARY SCHOOL Calico 3c up Mack 4 4 blea They ae beauties en as usual September loth lVy 10 to 25c shirring checked 4c quilt lining For terms call at No 0O4 Main St 11 13 large line of fine dr Canton nssmrta and Banrwl than ever blankets from 6Sc to 5 Notion i paper needles ic paper A n Ve pap r ic thimole pencils 2c doen white tape ic rubber tip ieal pen tablets 2c each hair pins ic box ribbon ic 1 tv pins 2c card hair 0 gents handkerchiefs jc up ink 4c fa mucilage 4c corset stay 103 collar buttons 5c pocket looking glas 4c bottle cologne 5c tack h i ici mreau jc 2 oaus iiniiimg cciton 5c latest cun noiitrs c pair 12 buttons tc large coton towels 30 x 15 s 5c each knitting silk 30c Castile soap 3c bar gUcer ne sap 5c Monarch toilet soap 5c worth Paints Oils nd lass men collars 5 and 10c celluloid ana waterproof collars s to curts 14 2sC bottle cologne 10c our co nb department is complete from tc up c 30 sheets commercial note paper 5c suspenders 5c np hairbrushrs Having opened up a new stock of the and 40c ladies rest C up h irps c just recivol 2UOO dozen corton an hosier ladies and gents which will be soli at remarkaniy low price- above goods in the house formerly Look through this line it cant be beat occupied bv F W Miller next Gents belts zc worth oc I embroideries We sell you lace and embroidery 30 per cent less than ato the Roberts House I am house Call and be convinced Boots and Trunks Si 25 up prepared to show the latlarger line than ever before and at prices that will convince you se are the p est and newest line ot buy from Dont forget to look through this line It me have had made for us a number of keys one of which will open tue heiv with plate glass front in which ve have placed twenty five hibition in our window We pre ent to eich and every cash wnil Imn a tag and key attached and on ami aier October st isy4 each Soldi more of thee keys xvili be permitted to trx to unlock and open the box T Ever shown in the city whose kev opens the box takes twenty live I handle the YV C Peale Bros mixed less attached to the original tag the The bargain do store has and will continue ti paint which are guaranteed to give satisgoods for less money than anv hotte here or we do not ask vour trade I also contract work for paint faction being our rule for progress is whv we present oi this opportunity to get 25 ing paper hanging and glazing at the trom us From now on xve shall continue to present some one he lowest prices that are possible to do first It niav be you class work or Respectfully Clown 2 and hats 25c up Mens 41W I WALL PAPER ii ic Â¬ 1 WALL PAPER WPBAXTER ntf Painter and Paper Hanger IE V E PROPRIETOR OF EE The Bargain Store 12 O Richmond E 1 lN Â¬ TaBLERS BUCK EYE - OINTMENT CURES A 1 NOTHING BUT PILES - iBEST REMEDY for PILES sorn by a 1 1 UBiiiOisTa LOTOS XS9 ML TtTtttyKHAEgCK SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as the Â¬ Â¬ FLY- - Â¬ DOUGLAS TURPIN CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Architects 204 E MAiN aid Builders STREET RICHMOND KY Â¬ lln--oi- ir Micahll SIALIEI ITS FLY TIME AT OUR STORE Â¬ Â¬ ir Will furnish plans and specifications for all kinds of huildin js and iperiiitend same at the lowest prices Will aso contract anv work in our line We are pre pared to do the finest work on short no tice Q THIS IS HOW WE EXPLAIN IT It takes the CASH to gel tlics goods at prices Dont ask m to charge them as ve cant afford to do it Tin rotir if too want - at these prics bring the CASH with you J lo Peppereli Bleached Sheeting will tlv at 18 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CI MRS CTIONERY for J5 cents call on Â¬ For a good breakfast dinner or supper Â¬ - H MAIER NO 21 FIRST STREET sugar coffee flour bacon lard and all kinds ol groceries and all kinds of native Fl ri la and Caliibrrra fruits Fresh candies of all kinds Cakes pies and sandwiches always on hand F xcrx thing daling lady clerks will take great pita- uie in waiting on you to O at the lowest prices and the verx accom - cents cents 10 4 PeppereJI Unbleached Sheeting wiil at ll cents 4 0 4 Peppereli Bleached Sheeting will Hv at It lr Â¬ TAX NOTICE The City Tax is now due Please call and settle Office Â¬ doeed 11 Our entire line ol Kil GI oves will so at i lonsiale Masonvill and r nut of tllie null Bleached Cotton will tlv at 7 cents Hope Bleached Cotton will Hv at h cent 7 New Fall Calicoes the le t will fly at 5 cents New Fall Giiighaami will fly at 7A cents Cotton Flannels a new line jn t receive will fly from r to 1j cents worth 2J cents per yard more 10 All Summer Goods will Hv at prices im tlv n- - Â¬ Iri at Jack Freemans store D R r Iv v Oor 150 GIotcs will fly at Our 3200 Gloves will Hvat Unr M Jo t loves will Hv al I 1 10 Hv lirAT StVfcVTU liAV IN THE nction -- their - ngtli ed by the by r We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward lor any case of Catarrh that cannot iron be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure al F J CHrNET Co Props Toledo O fires a Yours for Bnsy August Days We the undersigned have known F J ainute II ted by Cheney for the last 15 years and believe holii her jaw mtrolled man i tar on there uuuorauie in ail DUsincss nothin iaij thet we need There are people Words without thoughts are dead ho will take all of worry fur transaction and financially able to carry who lightly turn alleged discoveries sounds thoughts without words are out any t serioti and nehad lc we am t never obligation made bv their lirm e and the condi ill not be surprised to hear nothing Stiltfr that a ViVve a fry WKsrV TarAX Wholesale Druggists of the New York crusade against Bowers simply kep from talkin whin cd othin has mmmcmul Toledo f for to say It is lietter to xvear out than to rust Tim a itMi kii the pun list journals at hand The man with the and that certain perms have taken a Im very torn o 3ood veal pe and Waldimo Kinnw Marvin Wholeout Many teachers it seem- - to us are sale scrambled g within smelling distance E1ISTEXCS Druggists Toledo O Ml ham turn the crank often enough of the deadly peach tree 350000 feet of lumber and fencing plank rusting out even while wearing out- Â¬ I rams an fairly love the clam Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally at Harbers coal yard to be sold at once men into eternity during J wearing out the term and rusting out ime notcait an cornbread a brace o good acting directly upon the blood and mucous by the luncheon hour has made it- fat birds themselves and the pupils OLD GRUMBLER Children if surfaces of the system M- Ti Main Street RICHMOND KY Price 7c per thing I should hale inventor is the cat would be a left alone will learn something for J J na- Â¬ bottle nieal Words Sold by all Druggists Mcridian S ne forward with a Testiture abhors a vacuum in the mind but An that is why I rarely talk Y monials free and llus hope an THE Mot NTAIXs ngiue ot n M AW HI many of the teachers do not teach and 3 5 BHOCKUK3 ASSIGNEE I of the Turpin wraps himself in a mantle of SITIATIONS s Thet I be kep from talknf when Ive noth While in Chicago Mr Charles L t away w fr lack it all of instructing KEEN BV olD to say T ls When lKlxiniKI AT BOCKCA8IU Kahler a prominent shoe merchant of niculars or details snoot hi srai 00 Do you have the children bring flowers Des Moines Iowa had quite a serious If every patriotic American says all that is chine he shniLs his shoulders and intito the Climax an for the school room Remember lovely time 01 it He took such a severe cold exchange will purchase American goods flowers iilite mates that when employed in the taoma roNept are the smiles of Gods goodness that he could hardly killing at its liveliest rate What talk or navigate but only foi his consumption he will and take the opportunity to teach the the strange places and a the disastrous wipe out alsmt live hundred men a minprompt use of Chamberlains Cough We ask effects for the lree lesson to young haarta heap of curious doings and Ive that will retain it Remedy cured him of his cold so quickly n all unrin iiim because it he never trade Gorman Tariir Bill The ute His ma hine Ameri through life yea forever heard of any place yet that I that others at the hotel who had bad coles couldnt can 1rotective Tariff League invites all aaefatry phuuM want to know tricity an iorui wine fairly correct idea of till I me lollowej hisexampe and half a dozen per- Â¬ to join in such a movement and niy ider me wort j je to sign Pictures too have a refining influence sons andered the sand ridge that leads into ordered it from the nearest drug the following pledge werful foitih that is the right kind do Try a few summer resort Cmil store say a reason we mean a They were profuse in their thanks As executor of Zena I hereby phnbji myself to buv Amereternity will tell the result and Bruce deceased I a ie here it was a mystery to me whv east maybe to Mr Kahler for telling them how to an army at the rate of alsjut t vcuse so ican gixxls only whether of Tl aLmammmaT3frit will on the farm you can too AT people were willing to mine or factory Unres bad cold so quickly For sale h- ind an hour from a distance of and to use my influence -- st place away off the raiiroad to have W F Pvers sad T S Hagan druggists al miles r el ami others do the same How is the reading circle and give up as much money to It ought to Sept 11 IBM ride in a are all interesting and and lease sLr the a yQar enroll every teacher in the State Its eivu uld buvapar- nuer and more inUt mriii Reward Bea address in full and send rai in na- the cheapness is one inducement mat to Old Point Comfort See anBar same to W F Wakeman Thieves broke into my store Sunday Sell at public iiere am j Wlr and lack rience The General Basra nouncement 1 dont know that the mystery hi Lary Igfi West SUi that might other- - im night September 2d and got from ten to acres located auction the farm of war- - fnhy Street New York two miles east of Union explained yet hut with the hire are keeping p ace with ii 1 natural he American lrotective Tariff League twelve dollars in cash OLD STAND seein a three watches City on the waters of Muddy Creek Has As the writer js soon to leave the penchant for grumbling which character o aSflnTaTHaTamammmml r joini i welling ight of one very eminent though not the profession it becomes watch chains and other jewelry pocket outbuildings and Darn and al necesarv r writer I am not unwilling to is well watered 11 is on v an exense Safe knives reaers fecaH valued at 8ft or aie running alsut composition of every Ameriill keip on hand ami for Kile nnmmmmmmmmmmlammmmmmmif mmaninmmSiinB at 10 o clock a arytodrop this column and ask have an innate predispo- - an even race And now a German tailor admit that time is pasting away very can and that is his sixy dollars One watch was gold rilled Terms made known on dav of sale innate and incorri- Â¬ some one else to take it up pleasantly here I The work and cost twenty anmrnmn and a uan itVe inreW gible disjiosition to purchase where dollars I will give fifty The situation of the place is remarka- he must go on and the mission of fie papers lUat makes the warrior absolut ZEXA BRUCE Jr ated find in the can get the most for the least mnn dollars rt ward for the apprehension of the is to keep the people informed on r its natural beauty The hotel is Hit weakness along every thief and recovery of urthe hulc Administrator this line is well movement thus patting themselves the goods 01 25 for iroodate several in a arrest of ended c Ii ha no protection aga Tom Fcrnll Auctioneer thit Why we see the position to think and form hundred guests It is right on the sha known to the world 13 iS opinions It is another excuse Tui machine principle around us every dav Who is in this way D F Sharp Tanola Kv ded bank of a wonderfully clear only that a ni wspaper Tiiei aanjn amnai max- sod saassaaenasd baswa everything witln i known merchants 13 14 herein Iiich- - should mold opinion SUCH AS pituresjue river which they say has laanednem of even and mead to order their job printing ban-fish in it hut I bavnt smelt a Now who will take tip this Try the Celebrated Samoa Shirt wes othins i column cooking dred of wiles distant l wisuue a c ecaus tl See Mrs Million and some of the hrmhi lining the hotel on either could net and want a change which ane The best in the world for the money Climax Eight Thoroughbred Southdown Bucks save a flai by so doing Who people and make your are reat jatting cliffs covered own arrange- Â¬ Only 4jc i Extra long reinforced bosomi incin yearungs and h does not know of citizens last who do all ments with etnas Hnt we forget There is one man who THE BUS I TLOOK continuous reinforced shoulder continuous spring Iambs wJB their shopping away from And will sell at lowest prices home Al o headquarters for Thou- Â¬ nas a reason for being a ic ks ami stake ami ride red with back and sk ee facing Perrect fit SCUIRE WM VILLI AMS sands of dollars leave every town guar A KEAUINi CmCU rattlesnake for KJU KENTlllil not assist wel Red House Ky rer Hew TKACH anteed At Elders hfm points where the money will go The of intelligent opinion the farmention as something reallx thest Eli rof iwtead He throughout The principle te American truly and im usual of Kentucky water- ox nke reasons lney ane inrlmns Fkankport Kv June n Uie convict Ali firs losses paid by Powell ft lsoi The Cincinnati Cheap Store is selling Iu any quantity desired Amencan and it has its origin in ing places hut LKnn at taotory prices the U that hie stomach re- - waamesN aaaweam tankful I r past Turiey out at cost the Almighty Dollar Loyaky to ie There never was a time when 2 3 indnthat atmaage and so loot and on yon ask him for sorb s thing oi oatinuance of tl ig a e ii J uie reiusei 01 the gi ould be bought as cheap n iiuiue imp anri en-I Fire Fire on each bed The an for yourell We will buy a Powell Tur 4 xXHJJlllil Ii maiiacr who is a J home institutions are not considerations we l Powell STurleypar raaiflw Your dealer sells Racirao Rtt plan -- i Vivid per- h ur are mid lobe bracing while subtle They think Im cross grimed cause set down to are enervating and we are almost the Milage paralysed with the prodigious intelli- thin tall Lout things I aint heard on before that one may In come positively intoxicated by inhaling the odor of the Bat a for me Ill neer change ontil the judgment nd or wild cherry because For whats the use tajlin Peach a when youve nothinthey contain a suggestion of prnssie acid for t All this is strange and even sensational I didnt plavcr IVg much when I was maltin love Hereafter when a man is charged with A beatin all around the bush an tt dove drunkenness IVlice Magistrates will be I let the other fellers talk but I je- - bode my date at a lorn to know whether it is a plain An when Id thought the question up I put it drunk or a prnssk acid drunk acquired plain an- straight from a chance encounter with a peach seemed to think thet thet for courtin was the way tn or cluster of wild cherries ane only answered cs because twas all she is a good deaJ of difference in the had t intoxicants upon the human Its een our good u and we dare say then many penman who itive that An nMny an many k little tiff that motlcr seen us they will beome seriously or daneeromdv ish When thiagi o wronE I shct nyht up and Peggy by inhaling the od 1 o- - lawyer and doctor think lens of a poor man than of any other living creature The I does not want hia moral supiort or prayers others do not want his practice The poor man is not wanted at church or any w here else saving at the polls and in the armv or navv Everywhere else he is expected to take a back seat saving during election times It seeiii6 that the poor man has on earth no friends save the candidates temporal 0 Mores 1 Â¬ FREEMAN City Collector 12 All our Ladies Jersey Bibbed Vests will the Fly invest Prices vou ever beard of at Our 15e Vesta will THE TIMK TO IKIN Knrollments should begin at once Teachers should ptKure hooks and sub scrile for the educational journal as noon aspmaabsa and be ready to begin reading with system the first week in August as will directed in The South ern School I Â¬ Oar 20c Vests will TAKEN UP A sorrel mare white hind feet and brand on lelt hip was taken up by the un signed about middle of last Inly Ow ur can have her by proving property and paying all charges LISLE LACKEY 16 Foid Kx i i- Our 2 e Vesta will Our 35c Vests will Our oik- Wt will - Hv Hv Hy Hv Hv at at at at at 16jc Â¬ I Per Tars climax et us all join and improve ourselves and stop that cry for culture WlIHEl I XI All our Miniiner tToois will ro at r Ivinr Pr- i x nine is uie travest time ot al t le v ir in v it our store It is simply the time when we put wines a1 li- - - n- x u exervinin wnieii we do not o want to ami will not see in our store a month hence - li EDUCATIONAL lietier than gold is a thinking mind That in realmsvf thought Ucln hil A treasure surpassing Australian ore And live with the great and the good of yore Alex Smart How s This CASH To Get Goods at CASH LUMBER FOR SALE FLY PRICES tiv - Ju Â¬ HyJUMBffS 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ LAND SALE Â¬ Â¬ BUTCHER SHOP tfi-JL-s- I May 1 1 Â¬ J I DITICil -- Â¬ Im- - Â¬ FOR SALE FRESH MEATS ICE ALL KINDS OF - I M The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard 93 ICE ICE 1 ICE i Cigars loasos J W DUNCAN CO Smu Snrchal Oprratiaa Edwin aasrated ly his father aud lrs Yaught and Gordon re WEDNESDAY SKIT li moved a large tumor from the gluteal n Mrv jetting ready for fall mil gion ihip of Klx rt Tharp Monday which he hail suffered for more aL liner three years a al to escape than and operation performed vour atu n by this young phvsieian which places The Bull aiuattnvoM infant of him in a high position among medical iitij men lie cut into the rang cavity of a color ey vat- - jailed ed man recently introduced drainage rabe and emptied a largl The man has so far recovered liank DC is ride to town horselKit k and w ill Boon he in cir well JfrJ Print NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THE CLIMAX lr C laatf-jtfar-Bel-d rI ptician of anati will be at the morrow V A Lie lAi rj I Line nap-list-Mr of It laya the at Lancaahead - Beraea in ll In- - lactate in lit Sejrtetubcr - aaoa the AdTatatea defeaarleai i trained his batteries Bad wires retpu county and es Mi followed with an interesteither aboe or pecially ti the ones with an eduei tional ing account of teaching the beginners the phone service a and to the fellow leathers who ideas of combining and separating Mr column meant any edited aid colui davs Linnie D Miller 5 davs nimi Van Winkle here made quite a natural Madison County TVaclu rs titifwft Sqi A splendid address was then ma It- by G W Stockton 6 days Arthur Barton and interesting pupil tpmliir 3d lu 7th Inclusive A pa wire c r bv the instruct irand the institute adjourned 4 days J W Moore 5 days II H Recess fifteen mill Ken rted iy It IL ISrock for Tug Climax days Block days Iula Arnold Music Mr Peterman gave black board until next year or oth MiMlAV Mouxiv The committee on resolution Alice Arnold days Fannie Baxter exercise on arithmetic giving the pur the following The meeting waa held in Christian absent Pearl Newman 3 days Minnie and elements of it and urging the Ret Ived That the tlcnks of this in iro days Church and called to order by superin- closer saidy of mental arithmetic as it Crandall o days Mrs Raw lings hereby tendered to Mr A L I 175 Mr Griffith was especially cultivated 1st attention Mattie Finney 5 daya r s Coyle 2 tendent Mrs Million nan our County Superintendent elected secretary with Miss Dudley as ond memory 3d power of expree lays Nettie Black 4J days HatiieTay Call their Dr Stewart Mr C lark Mr Miilivn the Mr lat Sullivan then intn daya A W Grinstead 4 days J lit Movement put on foot for entertainment of the Church of the Disci Â¬ congregation L Combs It days Mrs Letcher Mc daced to the assembly the instruct Thursday night Boone on St week ples and everybody else who has con- Â¬ Hon A L Ietermaii of Lexington who Kennev 3 days Maggie Mitt hell A Miteraitee Tiiriisow Monxisro Paris tributed to the enjoyment and Mr P Walker anil Mi lays W Burn- Champ 2j days Mis Mar- then addressed tli teachers on the im N era John B Song service Braver by Mr Ieter- this institute lecture on tec were visiting in RichÂ¬ tha Early absent Mrs M H Barry portance of the county association and Last Days if the maii on K B BasToyChn He mond last a davs J W Van Winkle 5 days Mrs the benefits of the county institute ered at the Academy ol A motiod made and carried to reorgantl II wils W II Miller 4 davs Georgie 1owell r sneRave an outline of the net Mi W C Averson and family have M Music last even audience largely ize the county teachers association 4 days Nannie Tudor 5 days W A the institute as follows 1st sym Ha nn TlYl of membera of the Grand Army U turned to New Orleans after a visit to aillrnn their ni-iinni A motion made and carried for County - Jesse Cobb days pathy Id ptomtotMaa 3d earnestness Baxter C davabout under a Mrs Mattie Alverson it the nn Republic was a mantra pii Superintendent to appoint a committee days Mi Mrs Mary Hayden 4th co operation ones Din Mr Richard W Miller and wife due time ect time place and program for asad patriotic elo Kate Ooddington 4 days J II EdHe then spoke on the pnrjxtsos of this Mag James I ak from Huntsviile e ft presented a vivid picture of arrived In Million being president wards davs Haliie Walker i days institute aa being 1st for tin- - aaod of sociationMrs sessiiu Ala on a visit to relatives son of Mr and June the a one side of life in both ai ociation The tot lowing van 1 A Mrs Laura Jones 4 days Mrs Viola the children 2d a carnival of thought mini with and in Mrs I N Blik Ford died Sat itacharai Mr Richard McKee R F Seudder J W Moon aeraJs Ganger at Badger a days J W Wagers 5 days 3 I toabow that every subject in the in in the pi Five macb fight was diacrimi- - Tyrone was visiting his parents and ie Bowers urday of inilai Nettie Burdette 4 days Martha Wood mon school course can and should lie Yan Winkle and Mh and Lena Stivers Miss Nannie Harcoiiit irieiids in Richmond last week Winslow jlst the and only circuit court ha tl2 days J L Ambrose 5 days Mrs tanght to every child in school very nent actor in man of tin- dotting Ibm John I White died of dipb trial of tiie Indiana Mr and Mrs J J Council of Lexing- Â¬ Mollie Black 4 days C B Dangherty During this mornings session the fol Â¬ elected Secretary of assniation iirued a Jury i the war A motion was then carried that the and with boo at Manchester His little di ton and Mis Joba Can of Pan- - an days Bettie Francis 5 days Mrs R lowing committees were appointed writing ed in detail ineide president Mra Million appoint a vice nd recovery This visiting Mr and Mrs B Carr II iverby 5 days Lottie Ward 4 Committee on Program Misses Tillie It history president for each magisterial district iaaaidto lie the firg relates the bare outlines theria 3 Mss Julia Higgins went t Danville Margaret Tudor 3 days J B Harris 5 Adams and Maggie Todd and Meeara ur or a great treat to his andi The following were appointed as vice ever in Clay county i W Hays W Moote R Seiidder and Unnie Kvatis days Anna ast week to attend a house paitall i by fever presidents Richmond Prof J I Clark In the same room in whici I davs Mrs W 11 Park day Nettie Stockton by her friend Miss Sue McRotn riion I F Scndder Glade R Lee born 82 yean ago Squire Nathan Me improving now -- Mioses Lula ami L A Weaver 5 day Committee on Music Mi s AleneJ Richmond who Whitaker many frii Davis Yatea E P Benton Qliston J Donald one of Clark coontyi dike the patriotic feeling he Stew Alice Arnold ProL J D Clark Messrs haabeen visitii tburs re Annie Brock days Mn W Wagers Koxtown Misa Sallie Mon- Â¬ ble citizens passed peacefully away Sun the admiration for the A man i daya Mrs A J lloimaii and V 1 Benton art 5 daya Annie Turley l It turned booie day Million A J llolnan Kirksville day afternoon September 2nd The fu in this days Florida nee Doxier - Willie MONDAY AKTKKNOON Denny returned to hei J W Moore ok place from tin- - resident1 other Dutchmat daya Bailie P Benton Iircuii Ceart in Garrard county last Saturday Institute opened with music singing The reading circle waa now explained Cliutonville Monday with and was taken to i Byan 41 days Nettie McWilliama awa Judge after a pleasant visit to Miss llorrie lavs Mary My Country Tis of Thee followed by by the instructor and mental arithmetic Rev Lensterniacher and the rei davs Mra J I White ic im- - Heath Mr Peterman then continued roll call iken up for general discussion first were interred in the family grave yard i Taylor and roart Ur L H Blanton Chancellor of Cengrand old man living nearlv trig dlen Iiu lps 41 his talk on the purposes of this institute by J W Wagers and second by Miss iid week Oct tiie trial tral Cnivi Lin imong not for himself alone but for the IdaTrib- - adding the third as stated above trving to break in Tillie D AI He hi- - hroth- He showed by black board illustration h A warm discussion followed in which fort and happiness of others Saturday For main ilisent Borrell Moores 5 daya j Rock but g Hatton that the true teacher unites both tbe it was shown that mental arithmetic he was a member of the bert Moorea absent Jennie Barnes parties tied T 41 days Dr L H Blanton lays Mattie Broaddus Pattie practical and disciplinary ideas in educa should be taught as a separate branch Board of Magistrates and in that md there ting the child He further said that no and not merely in connection uoneuient one frt i ity as in ali otiier re a W d Rev days Mrs Massie YoO ternii- - chili should enter upon the study of any ten arit hint tic and that it was better for was a true and upright man I i day- - J E Lanter 5 days Winnie Manhave to be e if is pulpit at the mornii branch without having first had oral in- ail bo any fault and commanding r lays Malm la Kowans 4 pin M ted in the struction on that branch and laid down Reading was now taken np Mrs Bern respect and esteem of bis fellow men Juo Ippcrson of Mt Sterling Lena Stivers 5 days JaleStone3J days as law No that the simplest elements gave an interesting talk on supplementary He was a friend to the orphan I an J en Todd 5 days Luther Todd the gi this facing rand to the oppressed ai iuia Tudor days A it- Tribble of every subject should tir t be taught reading its relative value to other Studies tucky was in liichmonl the hereb lor Baeeor ever passed him lint davs J B orally and second that as children have and how to form the habit in children davs James Wilson iat wet k - a man or woman Mr J F Lanter then gave some points With hisown hands he built Wallace 5 days Annie Lindley 3 days man all on the subject and with a generooa heart he shared it daya Birdie Tudor 5 that whatever is taught in t dav 1ir Mr Brutus W Turner aad Mrs W S Myra Taylor for tire alarm Then Mis Alice Arnold gave a practiwith the needy and helj less Pi Ida Baldwin 5 days Maybelle should be taught in its simplest elements iy have retnrtaed from Cincin- - I He further said cal illustration ol how she taught the his ashes in the public school faefcett perjury case contii II in dollars ays aync Lj davs Sallie 11 their fa Warren that the mind the undying part of man combined method on the chart An in kinr NiclMas A T Mill Robert Woodcock died in t ck of millii K S had even principal faculties or p Ti I med and sinteresti County Superintendent Thursday er Ith at tht 11 and and that each t these should be culti- showed the institute that she was more den t of rv Ihnry Pnmphrey bis daahgter MrsCE Smith vated and trained net to strengthen one than master of the situation Mr J II Powell an wife ar jury has returned a Her dis- at tie RELIGIOUS ventv three after an ii- of the fa enery and at tiie expense of another and to W Pam- - number of indictments which with one Mr cussion especially prove that eight years from paralysis Tin or tw lop sided training that while the body without cl In a letter inter- doing injustice to funeral occurred at the resilience Kridiv Transylvania Presbytery danism ami could be divided both teacher and pupil conducted bv Rev W F Smith and son Pleasant Grove Washington county that the mind was not it was a unity d ill Hich- time Will be at home when I get there Mr Bent an instructive burial in the Richmond he the B Fritla her 1th Prvjiarutims la Krceive Hiraaa and not separable aud that the various talk 01 tiie use here Feeny Master Tommie and Mi leaves a wile and daughter and three of the Coof the mind wat Folli the program manifestations Recess was now taken for fifteen minlie returned on Tuesday from a visit to Lex- B and W W brothers W II Christian Churches of Madi- - j unit working in diilerent directions He utes lim M tiied by t Mrs Tbe cock of Boyle HHIIlty who tr here il and Jackson counties to be illustrated this point by a carriage mak After recess the institute entered upon an I attended the funeral Mr VP H teeny who will be the till county Sep Â¬ veral trips yet still the ral discussion of the sul ject Tbe cock p in the tioti tl apt and Mr- - John The came to Kentucky from Virginia Bet It ho tember 21at and 2 He went farther by diagram and instructor said the main reasons why ny coal when quite a young man and ic showed what studies in common school B ir- had failed with chart were 1st lack married in Madison county His wife from nUOAT Mo Mr and Mr- - 11 B Dillingham enterstrengthened each of the of faith Id imperfect understanding of fW Hard was Miss Amanda White daughter of the ir Devotional exercisi wile last Sattained exI It Tli principal faculties and which particular method 3d quitting too aoon H ing boat- - Remember the id grand Jeremiah White He w urday Toed Study was best Baited to strengthen that ing too rapidly and that the errors in racy Welcome address A M Scrivner de by sent ii ian and when in the prime of life In faculty teaching reading were 1st attempting to had accumulated quite a fortune by farmin should and Appointment of commitl rerj enjoyable ment be ma much 2d omitting the thought The institute now adjourned for i 3d ing and cattle trading He was known Address 11 f i Coo 13 13 one Every Utning too much After recess Mr Peterman continued After urging tbe far and near for his kindness to the oor Discussion I tiiirn J Ir Will Woodcock of this city who his interesting talk and said that if any teachers to form reading matches and Southernc and worthy as he gave unreservediyjto the relief of Dinner veral Meridian and we know they a mniit-ti-- d teacher had a child he or she did not explaining bow this could profitably be the distressed ami needy He was cour Totleaase The System 1K1KAV AFTKHNooN weeks ago to resume his work in the ed love get rid of him and the way to rid done the institute adjourned for dinner Effectually ye dealings a teous and honorable in ad his Devotional exercises Nalitiiiit liank in that city baa yourself of tbe child yon dont love is to Hon Jan re or Tiicn iiAV ai iiin true friend and lovable companion ami Report from financial committee Prraixtaric been promoted to a better position than M Civary lion W T Tevis Col love him ibitual not t 1 After song service Dr A II Stewart waa held in high esteem bv even bis A iiress 215 T I Goodtoe ing came np he Las been holding TI ESIiws BXRBIOX Hon W iheiiault Ir L H rans s and He was a mem- Â¬ constipation to awaken explained the present school law and chance acquaintances Discussion 245 lay aiaj stopped Smith Hon A er or Burn am Judge John Mr Woodcock is a cousin of Mra C E liver to a health irrita Institute caiied to ortler at s4a m by showed the pn hool legislation ber of the Christian church Devotional axercia Moberley V with naiilt Mayor T T Covington Jos smith ol this place A head- - and hi Peterman Opened by sineing fol- in Kentucky ting or weJ He then gave several 011 740 tun lett Miss Cahiweii of Wylhewlie Ya W Caperton Hon o by prayer bv Mr Benton lowed After ininues talk explaining how a teachers ADJOINING C0UKT1E nt fortifications ilKlllV MOKMM Mi Bessie larrent Memphis Tenn Stone Walker W L Crut-h-eBennett roil call the institute was addressed by library could be formed and bow run iiuniain A M Bailey well known citizen of to be r Devotional exercises 10 Mvrtula Mead Hon I A Sullivan Hon John I Seymour fad Mr Van Winkle on teachers helps and He st uted a subscription to establish a t IAKK - billed Miss Report of evangeliet lOcdft M Myrtle Rolls Earing lad Harris Ir a talk by Mr Ietermaii on the Southern library lor the public school teachers ol Winchester is t have a telephone ex- Â¬ it Lick church last V B diar same been tro Mis- - L Plan of the work W L Crutcher Aintee Bubertaon Ewinc Ind Ieitiu School Journal after which the following Madison county by heading the list with change Prehistoric Man rhoea and u ed manv re upon the future o Dinner Bx Confi tnittee W T Kt ith Ford Faris Ky Miss Man were appointed committees fivedollara Fifty dollars waa soon raiseFight deaf mutes have been camping relief until she tried Chan SA IIIIIVY U TKIINOOX T T COVIM Tilton Ky and Misses Sue Hume Tvis N B I On Resolutions E R Benton chair- among the teachers and this with the C D Pattie J A Staaarr which 1a and Diarrhoea Remedy at Brae Licks Attest C P Simmons Joseph Collins and Anna lagan of Silver Creek Ky B Harris Mis-c- Maggie Mitchell twenty five cents tax put tiie librarv on Devotional exercises man J Tudor the e it a red her sound and Mad dogs are terrorizing citizens around arrived in the city yesterday to enter Capt W K Hell Reporta of commit and Hattie 8 Tavlor a firm basis i upon trial and you will be surprised at the Bloomingdale school at Madison Female Institute Short speeches led by R C White On Belling Circle Misses Nannie A motion was then made to select a relief it MurdiTims Aault nn a Lady Cholera is playing havoc with the prompt Harcoort Anna Lindley Bettie Francis committee of two to take charge of the TheCitMAX isin receipt of the follow otn C L v W F Peters and T I A paotfaated meeting u pro- - ing H Brock n the neighborhood of Bioouiing library After several nominations a riChman Key President W L Crutcher Vice Pres R Lee avis chairman and II 5 Hagan it Mt Pleasant Cb Mr tm Mr- - ttirvt y Cobb mrch Library Committee Prof J D Clark vote was taken and Irof Clark and Dr dale NO 111 MAIN STREET Mr Charley tuter idents J W Pratheraad K V Benton near Koxtown conducted by Kev J l Mi s Crandali Misses Tillie D Adams Irving W Larimore phy ica dir The Winchester post ofSce was robbed Stewart were found to be elected Secretary T E Arnold Treasurer J D Keep a nice le t - have tcr att LV Moines Iowa Boataaaa of this city last Sunday and Florida Oibson J D Moore aud Dr bust week of w taken 0 in stamps and a few of Y M C A Be Providence what y lisant- - to marey and it Wil li all rite Clatk night as the A H Stewart avug he can conscientiously recommend ChamAfter recess Mr Ieterman further ex- nickels and pen Rev David Brucer aged eightv two With mt It Mr Win the cliurch Wiiiiaiu Kexsmith a young Pain Balm to athletes gymnasts In the meantime the instructor gave a plained tbe law as to teachers bribing years who is preaching a farewell serAt Winchester L X CardwelTs resi- berlains unnecessary to say tin Wednesday ifiernixu September twenty sixth man ibeetf 23 year- - of age an bicyclists foot ball splendid outline as to daily program trustees examiners etc ami the ti THE V mon in each of the churches he haj was entered by thieves and valuadence a inut stand Eighteen hundred rii ninety ronr grains profes ion in general tor live live recesses two in forenoon and employing cousin lr Sexsniith of that neighborhood etc These bles worth 173 stolen preached in delivered his valedictory form in the certili- and disloci walked within ten steps of a Mr- - Henry Red Hoiim KCT1 sermon in the Baptist church Sunday two in afternoon with an hour for dinner matters provoked much discussion Died September 4th Airs 8 G Craw aa if was about to ret in a buggy and When applied stittness of the muscles thereby riving rest to the scholars aud The followiiiL invitation is out TlllllSDVY Molils 1UiMKVM morning in the presence of a lirge audi a huslord at Wades Mills 81 tirt Tar IliUrr before the part h come swelled it will tired two shots at her with a revolver - T K Demaree J Tha Chairman Irof J D Clark was only two year- - of conducive to good order ence This divine band and five small children - nce requ me half the time usually He said no school could do without a per Addain- aaai the dockets Tiie first shot struck her but it tilanced Duet Master Lie Flkin and sister age when his parents died ami never atÂ¬ al the marnat f t cir daugliter in t John liooth sold to a firm in Iouisvile required For sale by W F lowers and program even a bad one wits better than Superior off having forlunately struck a stay in of the Court of A tie Fain Recitation tended acnool but two years He says Minnie Clay year old 15 hogsheads of tobacco at 34l to l7- none Hawaii her corset on the right aide where it Iv lor the September term Music Miss Ada Maupin he was educated by tbe Lord in his er brar 100 on H aa The crop grew per in her clothing much flattened The association now adjourned for fifMr C I form ever Debate Whether Kentucky have business He is thoroughly posted in Fires ILlse icath and taxes have land Tuesday Septtmtr iEli Call and see us-- Js The term of each court ln ins on the by itscontact with the steel stay doing no Tjeea in she Tsrld sisee its creation Compulsory Law of Education Affirmand scarcely ever glances teen minutes recess M F Ckarcfe wait on tuu with great jieajture After a song Mr Peterman added a few ative Messrs Lanter and Griffith Nega Circuit Court will begin on tbe fourth Pcwell k Turley In the harm other than producing a slight ehra in this month at the book when reading a chapter in 3 College Hill Kentucky Mrs Henry fell to the Monday The criminal division is a big ojieals lanaaftoaiag Madison sion ot the skin aged be has lost remarks as to the course of study devel tive Messrs C F Brock and J Cobb Bible at 4 octocl p m Although the Dont go tosleepover your insurance 1894 ices and coutinued cases ground from the shock Instrumental solo Miss Ollie Bald- one as more prisoners are awaiting trial none of the tire of bis youth ami preaches oping the powers of the mind and then 2 3 Turly Powell A II Stewart who gave A large crowd attended services that than ever before As was anticipated by every one so the gospel in the same simple way that introduced Dr win - Broaddn- evening and the sound of the pistol fortunate as to receive an invitation to has lead over 2500 people to Christianity the institute a literary treat in the wav Rice Jas Goff of Indian Fields thinks booh of Forty Years Dont wait until vou ae burned out shots followed by the ladys scream ere the party given by Mis Sue McBobertB and Baptism During his iniiistrations of a concise consecutive and masterly Ago by K R Beaton minis rator more of wheat as a paying crop bow than Powell k Turlev For an distent Wednestlay night in honor of her visit- Â¬ he lias performed the marriage ceremony treatment of The Relation of Hypnotism In the Superior Court the case of ated terrific excitement he ever did Early last fall he Recitation Mi Cora Willis promptly The be t compan everybody seemed dazed but as soon as ors it was decided one of the most en for over 7000 people and has preached to Attention Million is set for Recitation -- R L Davie of two poems his grain which he pastured with sheep Powell ft Turlev 3 2 He showed how hypnotism had been written by himself what had beaai done was aaaUaaaTeffcrta jovable social oocaaona of the year even funeral sermons innumerable for four M till spring and with cattle till late in flow RICHMOND KY Turley were made to overtake Sexaojitb who whn tie many elegant attains ol tom generations Rev Brunuer is highly es- put upon a scientific basis 1st by prov- - er and -- Not In It Powell Are you insured April The snow damaged it consideratires fluid passed from operator aped B0 a corn field Pursuit was meucement are yet fresh in the memory teemed and at the closiug exercises Sun lag no subtle 3 -bly but tbe yield was a fair one In- Viola Million Instrumental Tares Colleges beaa two fires within eigb- - continne bit be has not yet been over- Tiie guests present were numerous in- Â¬ day morning last of this venerable to subject 2d that any person can yon corporal puui niiieiit P H stead of cutting it he turned in his hogs An elegant new Chickencg Piano for last just after midnight taken Three TJaivsrsitr Sigh Schools Excitement ran so high that if deed aud yet there were not so many preacher of the Gospel there was indeed come an operator 3d that any person Sullivan which made wouderful growtl he esti sale Apply at this ofnee 15- Sundav which gutted the residence of be bad been caught be would have met - Ala Maupin that be got fifty cents pat bushel Instrumental that the entertainers could not make ev- an affecting scene many ot Lis hearers can become a subject Fifteen Departraeat3 cf Study nneriy the Hacker home a dreadful fate then aud there He said the language of operator must Lcck out f oi ares as well as storms without the expense of cutting or threshery one feel that he or she were objects being moved to tears fiarrodsaarf Dmi- Address A L Peterman UL with J00 iu- The loss was a1 be gentle soft firm and authorative and All sorts el minors are afloat as to the 3 lurley ing and his ground was greatly benefit Novell cial attention The receivers were Lirrnt Benediction- - Rev W F Smith Fvd Faculty of able and experienced further showed as the teacher was in one surii incentive which lead to the murderous McRoberts Miss Sue MeRoberts ted Since the recent rains the shattered It not get men Areyouinit insurance Twenty Ninth Annual ConvenThe HUUAY lliKM Sunday moraing the lwru and four iussanlt Youn an operator to gain attention he tth has always ami Mr Hanu of DentoflC Texas Miss wheat has come up thickly an 1 instead in it Powell V Turlev Song service Braver by F P Benton of the Kentucky Nunday S bool In- must follow the same plan horses valuel at S10UU leloig- - sustained a good reflation for sobriety Salie Bronaton Lexington and Mr Bry tion - and cout ot breaking bis land this fall as was in- Â¬ w Id at Rnssellvil e on the Roll call Committee on county a were and no one attaches any importance to Who have their t companies Answer R ic ing t Walker in this city The institute now adjourned until 145 tended be will graze it again this winter Miss higgins Richant of Hairriman t Nearly four hundit Zo JMb ot Av tion made report as follov the State in the hea Powell Turley y fire The Walker the supposition that be was drinking grate mond and Mr George McKoberts Miss delegates representing the vttriona see p in Teacher- - AaBDcjation will meet at Ban Â¬ and break it in the spring thus gettiug with no insnrauce TCESDAY AFTERNOON The unfortunate affair is a veiled mys- Katherine Rrmslon Lexington and Mr Mnafv Last ed and hoap r qJ the state ware present The yan drove fourth Saturday in September two winters grazing liesides the profit on K T Mi Walk After the usual song service Mr Peter- Â¬ An instructive program was tery though it will Ik- cleared np in a Lake Dudley Fleuingsliurg Miss Phil- leading denominations contributed to tbe hogs etc irtunitt and sin On outlined R bis taal four although he latters few davs best We shall sue what we shall lips and Mr Join man adtlressed the institute on tin Mrs makeapoj the Convention No ttt August 6th thrt ictod by acclamation aiore boun- Â¬ barn and carriage honae were burned teaching giving black beard illus- Â¬ Mrs C K Anderson Mr and Mrs tiful hospitality could have been dispens will be libera by delivering latioi at Lex- iLI lievedtohave been i Incendiiidifference Mrs Henry is the daughter of Captain 1 K Wiseman Miss Helm Miss Nannie ed tlian that which was received from trations MILITARY DEPARTMENT Charley Milh injured at satne to Clim x ilice o use of the last tire farmer of the McDowell Miss Lettie Green and Mr K work ami play work was only Levi Kash a Capt H W n county the hands of the beautiful little Knob between x sawmill His escape from death was without equal She Diarricd a well directed play and as morality was wn neighborhood ilford Rowland assisted in enter Citv A convention is seldom held Abeat la Traaip aa tbe Party miraculous of Boorbon county gentleman and taining Among the visitors present Dont nejjlect your insurance Pow w i der local interest than the chief end education trustees should irst by Mr Moore as to why ters of Clark county do in that county Sexsniith lately returned were Miss lK Long and Miss Goodteft that awakens a Tin A wedding will take place at White be careful to get moral teaclrvrs did this The attendance upon all of its 3 a iiey and Park church in this county in which Turtev by their own rtot propoai The subject of penmanship was now from California and is a son of a well Lexington Mitx Scott Bloom ington 111 ran is fully taxed the capacity of the it about your insurance Powell party any longer Protests have availed known county physician the groom is 73 aud the bride up for general discussion Mrs Da- PHYSKHf spacious Methodist church the phi was anaaujagijeaBons Turley nothing ami now they have organired to 3 a W II Radner showed the importm ing machine and clock menders e Mr iat 3 tbe meeting The program then Richmond m a on the Republican secure recognition on this Mr Bullitt Insure that big barn Poel BO gloating vention in beginning with the youngest Iress which el The Preparatory a M A full ticket oountr branch nd book agents are working the lev - veral tiiis State It provided for the fullest weeks while Nicholasdivided on w inch the offices are evenly Mr J W Wagers followed giving an county in lines deration of the great phases of nits around in an Tire is a good servant but a had ie rarer with n inter There was a slight influx f ummer caster hool woik iy rePo meats and responsibility thereof was egant no method girls and their best fellows a tl es on thit nicely those who e the written and a resolution cently ma warmly recommend Mr leitlint Po well Turley 5 id trust- Some of them bavi on Sunday Mr Wm Peoria 111 F Brock declared that they owe no adorned it with attractive buttons while met orthy in their eUbrts to captivate our tall jun- Hull of riffior Peterman heard sit oses tbem y at kard time pricts Dont R Deer iar who wears his hair parted in tbe A Maze will start Powell 4 Turley revenue only recognition and wel to call 14 ij e back of his bead T T contingei altogi rs AgueCure avteUWepi intake bat hnd u D D Jones resent- ta and is a never fa r J II I can vote of that county an tin Urial diseases L H BLANTON the new moveu j nier all of L rrilUH Lancasters rley rtepa Juda Turley Iniurew luteraat 1 i1 -I s - and denounced the item in last Mondays issue upon his Sunday night i me of it There area rtaaville anl re-i- juitea respectable amount of en in Fayette county Miss Annie McKee left hist week for fni on Ixth sites of t a and the writer is not inclined toowa up that lie Loretto where she will attend eolk Mr C W Metcalfe of Louisville was i i the won let the r 14th It wili In the light ot Brother the guest of the Misses Lennetl Barna rsaults there is week when he may change his mind vde Ravburn has fully recov- Â¬ ind Marv EMridge were the Advocate waa exactly right ered vcent attack of typhoid ary hy waa a rerf unkind cut after oui disavowal intended wrong Mr Yandell Boherl ville was of his aunt Mrs A Wilkes t- - sell of Franklin tbe Trastees of the Pulilie Srbools Rev J AV Mitthell icquires that a teachers insti and Rev H C Settle I D of Heptane- ville and Mrs lxiuise L Simmons of at Kittie Clark session be held in county county and that every teacher hoMfasg a Newport The discussions were marked shall attend the full sesrioti of by highly prat tiral aims and v ere for the Katie Blmtoii is visiting fries Is the institute on the penidty of forfeiting in t part rich in suggestion the stng in Louisville If from sickness or other ing untler the dirt tth n of Mr II W - Anna Crutch ig friends his certificate nana of l anbrvilte waa greatly enihty a teacher is unable to attend h ville the full session of the institute the time joyed The report of the Executive Mr C K Smith left lor New Yoik shall lie made np in school The teacher Committee shewed good progress in all Monday on busshall receive credit only for the days Of departments of the work during the past Mr W D Oldham is in New York year In the lace of the hard times Neof days of actual attendance purchasing fall goods ither the county superintendent or board an excellent financial shoeing was made Laatra Walker left last week for of trustees can give credit for tii ie not There has been great advancement m the actual work of the eehooiaof the Louisville to enter school employed for the benefit of the school The teachers certificate of attendance State There is large employment of the Mrs Sophia LaO of Lexington is vis- Â¬ shall be tiled with the chairman of the most approved methods The new era iting friends in Riehm BetIn primary work is just beginning board 01 trnate Mr Y K Tudor of Jen iity ter preparation for teachers is being se Theatten lance at the last session waa as is in the citv visiting rela 11 Clark 4 davs Mary Gamp cured through a large use of the normal Mr Li y L Bright of Louisville is course of study Judge John Slites of Mamie Baldwin 4 days bell absent visiting his parents in this city days Beaaia Dudley Louisville was the 1resident of the Con Nannie Harcoort Miss Birdie Christian of Walnut Hill It is propose to make tin U days Maggie Powers 5 days Jennie vention is vi iting Miss Addie Hunley annual convention which will be held Kurd 5 days Sallie 0 Dudley 5 days next year at some point in tbe central W S Griffith 6 days R L Davis Miss Mury S Burke of Woodford part of the State a memorable occasion is tiie guest of Mrs C S udder odays A J Hol days R F Cheuanlt A I PERSON T -- Â¬ Â¬ - for discussion Mr vis would by all means precede the study of tbe haajia the study of n la the fam- - latter 4th State am was now riven jly Id school tv After recess a practical illustration was On review he holds elections letween those in tbe class and thereby teaches given as to how a ehaei should be T M inas the law now requires by actual practice Mr Jesse Cobb followed Mr Davis structor divided the institute into and with loard work it was shown how a with ins trnctive rein These were follow til by Mr Peterman success could lie obtained in this lii ing of otirso though some with black beard out would nnrnaaary After some general Baceat for fifteen minutes After recess and singing Mr Ietermaii work as to marking pupils month y recti Mr Seudder made a motion continued on civil government lb ure that in all teaching begin with home and that a book be purchased ral class teach al rva the minutes of not only this insti- Â¬ familiar object- geography civil government and historv tute but also baa years and tht Â¬ Â¬ liliS CIT70HH eg - That subject tations and re- - ciatcs and K a gn- - together Â¬ WNislA V A Â¬ Music followed by J W Van Winkle on language of arithmetic and significaHe gave a practition of its characters cal illustration of the use of blocks ol which motion wis carried Dr A II Stewart was then math hon orar member of the institute low maintaining and for the per vit n of Â¬ niatin resolutions then made special vote of thanl to the pap A Au- - etc s Ialger aml alleys for er FOR SALE 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ewes for sale privately and see Ky them at Railroad the L SAM SHEARER have -- Â¬ Â¬ A nine-year-o- ld i ld - I 1 1 i Â¬ to-da- y- i 1 Â¬ il 11 Â¬ - 1 i - t- - I Â¬ 1 m -- -- 1 1 - I - i - Â¬ - Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 - I BLAKEMAN Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ r- WHISKY CENTRAl I Â¬ Â¬ UNIVERSITY i Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ - Â¬ i 1 - well-to-d- athlet -- Â¬ - -- i i at ieiticiyceitiu rr PROFESSIONAL COLUMN ATTOBNETS YELLOW The LIVING IX A THEE Singular Abode of an Old Ohio Hermit BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Point North Bouth and South west Through daily train service between Cincinnati Middles borough Kv and Knoxville Tenn and Points on STEPHEN I PARRI8H PINE FLOORING AND i ATTOMXET AT LAW Kentucky Richmond Patents Caveats Trade Marks Designs Etc rce of I BSBn paseaa For Fifty Yoavrs He Ha Been Domiciled In the Hollow Interior of a Syca Â¬ more Ills Bomautlc tory His- Â¬ compared to which a pin head would be a barn door shot and they only give it up in disgust when the cost be- Â¬ gins to tell upon them or when some wiser friend explains their lack of suc-Â¬ cess Two dollars is a cheap price to pay for the knowledge that one of these hanging targets is a better mark for a baseball than for a bulE t write me H BRECK ATTOBHEY IT LAW Kkn corner l 2 KlCHMOMi tirwajp at Crook CEILING Poplar Weatherboarding i LNR St Beetle U BUCTH BOrNU R 1st 1894 I No A 3 Efrrt Jan W B SHACKELFORD I TTOUXEY AT 1 I II Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles Framing Lumber mini Km n I A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LAW KlMIVKV Don laim Mi All Firel Class Goods And POWELL ATTORNEY AT KlCHM - I II KhM P KORRIS S rn ill Pan ith K Cheaper Than Ever A E CARSE Main St Xcai KC I IMft PHYSICIANS DR JOHN vi M POSTER CITY PRCPEETYfcrSALE Kin re iv dscrgi i Fine New and 5 a very 1U i SMITH Kk PHYSICIAN AM SURGEON desirable in towa tors oa fen Also bosses aad lot Iivery DR T NCH 1 TAYLOR s lisna or lurtha I N n call oa iffice k x II POWEI Sun IS pm I 1 ASHBAUGH M nOJHEPATHlST No II DR II GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SlRfil K K BLAGKSMiTHlNG C 1 DR A II STEWART K 77 - v I aa in n all kinds of work B V ill a cast AGONS HARVESTING rWING MACHINES 11 111 itly k and R N I B R R DR o A KENNEDY I UORrJK SHORING A MM have I PHYSU IANANDSI KGEON LTV Kick lue n -- men 111 ic Table No ig In Ef- Â¬ Ill BALI PHYSICIAN AND SURG EON i m fect April 4 1894 ix iiisii L E AULTZ M D Kkmi PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - Stoves 5hockelford Gentry in the weald II W PB BRIGHT M 7- 1 Keni A M Handle the best STOVES They have rarioa at low Lurai 3 makes 5 DR CLARENCE VAUGHT GRATES SHACKELFORD stock all - A M style li GENTRY keep in of GRATES grate let mtu tlie ashes get HAS HOOKER VETERINARY 8URG1 Specialty bag your coai tiirun a new one YOUR You must HOOF hae it meinleil LEAKS new- - ELKHORN ROUTE Rich dsxtal snunsx WELHY W BURGIN DENTIST- or a SHACKELFORD GENTRY Hjjht and tix your yulUr too roof can do it Kkniitky 45- GUNS AND AMMUNITION Koxes for scalding hogs zinc lined V PARIS p A J C M J A VATCS MORGANA YATES to order A made KBOTSiiDLAHD Vv RAIL Lee I DEN7 Kn Ilauk Kkntixky II Jin Street tioiul 3 GENERAL LINK OF HARDWARE AND CUTLERY SV 2 1 Dli A WILKES SMITH Richwofld WMckimi- - y p m 6051a afa a 705a p m 6 20 a m Kiel p m 9 00a m 1 1 p 05 a m 3 4 DENTAL SURGEON Kjmtckv e 7 7m Smith Imililinc 4 6 00 a m I Man Office sun sim o- - i SOP 47 P 7 37 I12 ic 1 IS p m 6 53 p m 7 5 vpm OST IN QUAHTITY BEST IN QUALITi C U UEKCAW G P A j fc lp VERMIFUGE WHITES CREAM Has led all WORM Bemedies 5 EVERY MTTl lUAMVTEEQf SOLD BV WORMS F0R20YEARS va s to ST FTY I I KJ9 TO THE -- f All BBtMilDTN i affaUllTCt T A EL KICMABttflN roa a thiai months subscription THE Louisville Times THC BRlilKTCST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPEf IN SDUTM CORNER SALOON Ir- - Laiot Marker V - J oa the corner of First and ve 14 Latest State News AH the Local fiews Complete Press Reports CIRCULATION Quotations year 01 LARGEST 18 THE SOOTH 30000 CSO o fh e gai Or AND OVER DAILY CEXTM A MONTH 500 a Tear by or Hall Wm 5- M C Man G K A Cmoxanau CTkllOIl i D G EDWARDS - plsaaure L r4 JKO A HALDEMANBus 17 Q T WILSON Hanaocr 606 Fourth At LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY HIS HEARING WAS RESTORED During the early years of the present one Joshua Dillaplanes came But After Being- - Cored H Cbuldnt Even ceutnrv JAPANESE THEATRICALS Bcur thr Ticking ol a Watch to eatern Ohio from lenusylvaiiia and r A well known physician recently told settled on live hundred acres of ground Customs OtiscrTed In Flay Ilouwea in tho that now constitutes a portion of Han- Â¬ the following story to aa Indianapolis Land of the Mikado over ami St Clair townships The land Sentinel reporter Japanese plays usually last from Â¬ A prominent Marion county farmer morning till morning vaselothedinariehgTowthof primeval The audience Â¬ discovered that he was gradually get- Â¬ make preparations to attend the the- Â¬ forest watered hva rivulet now known deaf He couldnt hear the hired ater much as if they were going on a as the Two mile On the west Tank of ting thi stream jTeW a majestic sycamore man blast stumps with fiant powder holiday trip from Saturday to Monday that towered many feet alve its am- He came to my office and made signs They take baskets of eatables with I them and have bitious companions The tree Dilla that he wanted his ears examine their meals with tho paraoa diauuxaed to ba hollow and it examined them and in in instant al same regularity at the play as they mofit found that his defeetarre hearing would at home Id that the settler tiMik up his Lood is sold in all was caused by the gathering of a waxy Japanese theaters just as colfee and uIhkIc in the hollow and bepan Ws Â¬ the land which now constitutes substance in the ears When I re ice- - and beer and whisky are sold in Â¬ representative farms of the Miami moved that obstruction of the hearing English theaters and the hawkers of valley In the meantime says the I was surprised at the result The old edibles attend to business while the Enquirer a family named gentleman jumped from the chair actors are strutting their brief hour Mustard noon followed by another where he had len Sea ted and put both upon the stage The Jap audi named TMalk y settled near the vicin- Â¬ hands to hK ears He couldnt stand sit in little boxes on the floor of the Â¬ i ity of the Millville pike In the Muy the noise from the street and the least theater aad eat and sleep there They lord family wm a boy whoae name was sound startled him He was one of the sleep as a rule while the principle ac- Â¬ most pleased men I ever saw He went tors are taking a rest There are no William The youth found a companion ard playmate in the person of away and it was several weeks liefore I aisles in the lxxry of the theater so Anna OMalley daughter of the nenr saw him again He called at the office that those who have boxes in the mid- Â¬ DObrhbor The treachery of In- Â¬ with his wife and she did all the talk- Â¬ dle and come late are compelled to dians and the scarcity of students preÂ¬ ing She hardly naked her voice above crawl over those who arc in their vented the inauguration of a district a vhHer and every now and then she places When the play is about to 1 so the two prew to man and looked at her husband in a timid way giu it is announced by wrapping with womanhood in the hi lawful ignorance She said that for several days he would a wooden hammer This method of of books The boy however Iwame not allow the least bit of noise in the announcement is aiso employed by the Â¬ marvelously proncieut with the violin house and that he butchered some French but it has been in use in Japan ilthus making up in one particular that piL before their time baemajaa of licing for hundreds of years To a great ex which he so sadly lacked in others affected by their squeal His daughter tent the success of a Japanese piuy de-Â¬ The yoona folks fell la love and in the and her husband had lived with them pends on the moral If the audiences course of time the Wedding day was for two years and they had to leave on are not quickly responsive and a tragaccount of the crying of their fixed edy is being presented the play is withbaby There were two drawn immediately and the actor- re About two weeks prior to the wed-Â¬ ding day a stranger who amid his clocks In the house one in the dining appear in something comic name was Shay appeared upon the room and one in the bedroom These be Â¬ scene The newcotner appeared to he stopped on account of the ticking The Albert Franklin Matthews tells an an object of wonder to the simple clock in the bedroom was an alarm minded country folk His dress was clock It went off one nLrht He interesting story of The Involution of elegant his manner genteel and his jumped from bed and nearly broke his a Battleship in the Century This is a history of the construction of the Intalk entertaining He claimed to be a neck by falling head first on the I civil engineer and boarded for awhile The woman said that she had to keep diana so far the only vessel of this at the OMulleys In hernvironinents the house as quiet as a country grave- Â¬ elaSB WJ have in OUT navy After de- Â¬ Â¬ the girl had known only ISillv and yard for more than two weeks for it scribing the wonderful power of this monster the most formidable engine Billys violin This new specimen of was that long before her husliand lie His of war ir the world and the manner manhood was to her like a new and came accustomed to hearing pleasing dream Soon her manner daughter however has gone bach to of its construction Mr Matthews says I So the building goes on until the toward Mastard grew cold but the the farm with her babv and the clocks luum hing day comes and two broad lover v as unsuspicious and finally the have licen started again Â¬ ways are befit up against the bottom day dawned one of the HOW TO KILL CROCODILES of tli sad the keel blocl then Informed Mastard that good chance for longevity it is almost which it baa been resting are km stroke to send it down to the next hole Anna and the stranger had disappeared Shoot Them or Catch Thorn on a Line and that an originally Compared with the bulk of t away In the launch of the Indiana Bash time the ball Ls holed It is unnec time daring the night Then be-Take an Ax pood constitution Is of the first imMr Nixon ran a row of electric lights taken out and placed on what is termed which it tern a search that lasted There are two ways of killing croco- Â¬ far into the V ex beneath tlu- - bottom of the vessel add the teeing ground a short distance portance tins ily after a traveler diles writes an ex resident of India cellence carefulness in the art of living AN ARMLESS NIMROD id he saw the couple ridii Une is by shooting with a rille but the ing another innovation to the details fn un the holes The player in start- Â¬ must be added The secret of km Each ing his ball again in play may if he is one horse the night before along the most satisfactory way of lealing- with of American lias- More Qaaaa Tiui it on r one of which nature alt ne i oauty Li rh- - SM111 V forest path Mustards reason them besides being far tire most sport- - launching way consists of Upper and desires take a little soft earth and Â¬ 1 that in An siowiynea Ui aged parents grieved Ing is to bait a grxxl large hook with a lower planking between which is making a mound about half an inch to tellectual activity have pounds of the K st an inch in height place his ball on top Into the grave The Olfalleys drifted bird or small animal and fasten it by a been no barriers to long life Even the pi to the name destiny and by the same r hain to a g k long rope the end of tallow At the how of the boat these of this which ls the tee aud then studies have pv path for a few months after Annas which is firmly plakcted the rope be upper and lower planks are clamped drive it as far as he can toward tho deep philosophical a a help rather than hindrance to men together and when all is ready they nxt hole sudden departure ragne rumors came Ing coiled and the bait laii in shallow liilL and While in play the ball must not of literary pursuits V Itaire who at from the east that Anna deserted and water There must be lots of lack an- sewed apart and the vessel starts birth was put Into a creed pot could friendless had lied a maniac in an line as the crocodile does not swallow The upper part of the ways slides into be touched or moved from the spot never have attained his eighty asylim anything at once but seiaea it and the water with the vessel and the low- where it falls Should the ball land year had he Dot followed the fourth strict of hu n one of the hazards as in the bottom Taking hLs only remaining- com- Â¬ takes it into deep water to forge A er part with the smoking hot tallow of a ditch or close to a railroad track Sober active lite which he ebose Glad panion tK violin William Mustard aHnbar of lines may be laid uud Linked remains stationary A launch in these days Is so asaooth or a stone wall it may require several stone eaereises the highest pow followed the example set by Dillaplanes up in the morning or cool of the even- sful statesmanship at an age of and so soon ended rarely occupying strokes to place it in a more favorable years before and sought shelter in the lug rel on ban twelve seconds from start to position hollow of the tall sycamore where- he It will be seen that such a eighty four years after having underWhen hooked it will take a good gone the instant turmoil of political his r state of affairs may count seriously has remained off and on sbmany men to haul a crocodile out and finish that one scarcely realizes it ir talks but little and then to himself in is he reseats the operation and can use difficulties Three things are absolute- against a player since it is desirable to half a t for considerably more than stamp f century PrTrmrk is practically make as few strikes as possible an Inaudible mumble in the dark re his tail as well as his jaws one or two ly necessary it must e on time when The balls are made of gutta percha an octogenarian Von Moltkc was His n of this tree He refaaes all as- - sportsmen will find considerable enter- Â¬ the tidal water is highest it must sistance and thse charitably inclined tainment in dispatching him with be of smart speed so as not to stick on very hard and about one and one half nearing ninety when he died It seems wnward journey to the water Inches in diameter They are struck that the review of these and numerous are compelled to resort to staateirv hat ai ipears and it must be accomplished without with clubs with long sleuk r shafts other instances would sufficient When Mustards frame now nearly Some crocodiles grow to enormous tabiish the theory that continuous in- Â¬ drops his it m th straining So complex a thing is a at one end of which are projecting seventy years old needs covering a rizu and their maws always contain launch that the careful eiigineer-in- heads of hardwood backed with lead tellectual activity is conducive to the suit of clothes is loft lying at the root round white stones and often trinkets health and the his li charge is able to estimate the strain or malleable Iron of the historic There are several perpetuation of if re Bven then the relics of inaide passengers The prolongation of life- it tradges from door to writer assisted at the death of a not on every part of the vessel for every different shapes of the striking ends in vain search for the owner extraordinarily large snubnosc which position it occupies at intervals of one adapted to the varieties of play a LOST HIS RED BUTTON its way down the incline Irives raising the ball in the air lantofthe had six womens rings in her The rormer Ctilness Minister to This to clear un obstruction and others There is one supreme moment Dillaplanes apon Belling the farm It s stam itry Degraded In Rank I is nearly two third When these various features are unin ision that no liarm THEY KEEP POND WATER CLEAR In a telegram from iekin puV use water I lie buoyancy of the water derstood together with the fact that befall the tree or the venerable Sewn ra before finishing a game the player by the Chinese Mail it is said that an the latter was taken to lulllish and Suaftsh Are Terrors to Urven raises the vessel and throws its wi Tramping for a Purpnimperial edict has been issued an- Â¬ Scum and Wlgglerg on its shoulders Here is where the walks fully two miles and sometimes poorhonae but waU r and soap An amu Fish have tht ir uses to humanity greatest danger of strainimore and that too over hills and nouncing the degradation of Tsui Kwo fatal and he was again Yni the former Chinese miai ter to Prof Beery MV rlc over anil above serving as fcod material and should the ways break down the many rough places there is no question all w id to roam about his fa slumming the Lnited States Spain and Peru lioom would 7e ruined a matter of aout the exercise afforded by golf s Mustard is altogether a dis- Â¬ or as unwilling caterers to 1he sport of pying general i he was ac- pleasing sight his only redeeming fea- Â¬ the fisherman says the New York nearly two million dollars in a ship Then as there is no time limit the from the post of Tso Shu Tsze players can rest as much as they senior deputy supervisor of instruction ture being a pair of benevolent blue Sun Although it may seem odd so to like the Indiana when it was launched i Inal wbi to that of Chung Wan under secre- Â¬ ed aud rai The launch over the machinery is please in going the rounds of the liuks pathetic that peer speak of them they often are as iudis- taryship of the Hanhn college as well lrof M through massive eyebrowa When us pc nsable to a country place a a dog or lifted in and fitted and then sonata as the deprivation of the red button of ONLY THE REFLECTION the board of government experts who po snred that a visitor who called to see caL I rank which he If that country place happens to be look the vessel over inch by inch the hon as not an infirmary director the iliirrlble Thought Produced by the Fo us ored by the emperor on the oecason of i m much one that is supplied with running wa- - lires are started and the trial trip folohl hermit in childish pride exhibited of a Window Pane his being man You know ter and this is used for ornament in low For four hours amid sappr I his habitation They sat on the sofa They had just Unite 1 accredited to the eowrtsefthe A ites Spain and Peru our Mas SWang around in its ponds or fountains two things are pret- Â¬ excitement that answers nervously to come to a mutual understanding and The issue of this edict has tiecn tho i saar ty bure to bother tho owner every quiver of the vessel the en rtnc of which con- he had measured her finger for the eu- ar result Une is the well known matin scum an- run at full speed A premium r a Incompetency you in I a lit a bed of aent ring and- - they were in the charge of Yuisduties of T o in the dis- Â¬ iaNot of the which spreads over the waters of ponds penalty is at staie now The breakage Shu Tsze straw first threes of tender reminiscence as well as of his failure in passi and fountain basins When its growth of a bolt or the disarrangement of a Do you remember lie said in a recent special - the plant is pretty TYPES OF A SOCIAL DISEASE examination for protno It starts valve may mean thousands of dollars trembling voice you do not rememtiou among the members of the Hanlin the bottom as sion as the sun of loss to the contractors Trained ber when you first saw me un Incallant London Writer Has to ras4 college This special examination was high in May or June and sends workmen are locked in the tln r led a Yes I do at the Ni n Woman card ht upward a delicate graceful wavy not to be released until the test is over wn name Did any thrill or throb tell your instituted at the instance of the board The new woman is erred up in thread of vivid green of censors with a view to classifying ONLY 1ntii with oatmeal WOMEN ON THE JURY heart this happy moment would come this particularly angaltant fashion in the surface it remains pretty it reaches sprinkleddrinkingit water down to the members of the nanlin college anil upon is run them Do that could not be expected but once Jemme K Jeromes paper To Day In there it spreads along and Ninety eais Ar It A iced Clemency for to investigate their feeaal conduct in a rots Yes Something did seem to whisa Colored Slater the west end of Loudon then are soon offensive in several ways and is deck rublier tulieL-- from a barrel on the A hose played on the cost ly per that wc might become man and and also for the purpose of recommend- Â¬ County Clerk Lewis of I plenty of vapid brainless heartless ing promotion The other nuisance from standing machinery in places where there is wife Consequently the per-Â¬ Ky while looking over ov sons examined have and water even when it is often renewed danger from overheating as though it My darling he said and he kissed ation been divided after due examindocuments the other day disi evening little ani- Â¬ and directly from the springs is mosinto three classes were on lire Almost every pound of her fondly mals that there being no other mime quitoes The wigglersgrow reeord of the only jury of an Those of the coal used on the trip is carefully se- Â¬ there Yes I remember I saw yon from he cither received first two classes haveÂ¬ hupauelc 1 in Kentucky and for 1 at present for we have to call women The remedy for both these troubles lected their promotion or apwindow leaving the house and I They are vicious aeiftth and idle They is fish and the two kinds vithout precedent in judicial ti propriate imperial W hen the of silk that will cure passed an awful sll themselves for money and then do them happen to be the two most desira- th strain is four hours are relief from tli ought how legged it would be to mar pieces but Tsui rewardsYui who En Kwo over a sigh of ry a bandy man but it wa th- irry oat the terms of the barpiin ble forother reasons stands lirst in th third class has lost Setmstlilt everyone on board and even from the only the glass in the window that They marry but they are never wives his red button and has suffered thn toK r in IstM a shtei Uoldfioh will keep the green scum vessel herself goes up and the ship uneven and made you look so They are blood suckers on the unfortu from growing aad yellow perch above mentioned degradation in his Sam heeler a rich planter was ehu or as passes from the contractor to the gov- Â¬ tisetl by the overseer for some len who have been asses enough they are generally called suaish will ernment and day after day while she official rank The Seller Sold to undertake the responsibility of feed destroy the mosquito wigglers meanor Lucy in order to A good story is told about a transac is in commission the flag will be saJapanese Halrdresaing bag and el rtttng them They will ruin set afire and burned the horn The sunfish one has to catch but the luted and the score or more of other tion in pigeons in which a crafty dealer One of the joys of the Japanese wom-Â¬ liecler her them in their business and worry them goldfish can be bought two for BasSter all the overreached quarinto early graves rather than en with- Â¬ ter in the fish and bird stores aof the cert monies and formalities observed on man went to himself Ato Philadelphia ans life which Sir Edwin Arnold has being destroy- 1 On the Beadfan a a dealer will follow purchase a failed to dwell upon Ls her hairdress burned out an extra new dress They have city the stable and a Banal dozen homing pigeons and was both ing although he children but they are not mothers surprised and delighted at the ex- admiringly The mentions the result horses C 1 Heeler had Lucy arr WHAT A BABY DID NO TIME TO AIM ordinary Japanese on the charge of they have not even the instincts of the anil she tremely low price asked for the woman has her hair dressed twice a confined in jail arson better class brutes Self indulgent and Xne Luck Shot or a Hunter at a It Nearly dot Its Mother Into Jail nut The bargain was finally concludedblrtLs The county Critical and week First the assistant hairdr stupid they drift through life ever Got Her Out Again with Judge Henry Payne ont Moment the pigeons delivered Two whining and posturing a Here is a rather pretty story which Later the gentleman happened weeks c omes and oils the locks with camellia was convened on Nov It is a strange fact that the human to be or seasum oil then the princtpal ar Lucy was bore to themselves and a curse to hand eye and nerve is vouched for by a London journal tried The jurv four passing when the dealer stopped him rives and spends are everyone who knows them They dry as to act automatically so constituted showing how a small baby once got his and asked nearly an hour in guilty and the judge over how the birds were getting piling up her hair so and correctly at tiat they are mi lull lilnud which the proper moment almost without mother into serious diiMeultics and on I dont know replied the genthat it will indi- Â¬ tiou for a new trial cate the caste and age of the woman if she had anything toLucy would be tho most charitable thing conscious effort on the then made amends by getting her out tleman say I have not yet heard from owners part of them and whether she is maid wife or and state that could happen to them and they The author of -- Tales of Nomad gives again It seems that a poor my friend that she was Your friend Yes I widow For aU that is expressed by hoping to escape punishmen talk about their soul with as much asÂ¬ an experience that illustrates this in a seamstress with a child in her arms bought them for a man in San Fran- Â¬ the arrangement of the locks surance as if they really possessed one most fortunate manner was tried for the theft of three gold cisco The dealers jaw in Japan plea This statement mafell in dismay The women sleep They take all they can get they do We were pe through grass coins She said in defense I went to an 1 then with a rueful laugh he ad-Â¬ carefully hollowed upon neck blocks Payne he itate about ps nothing for it and they are never satr about two feet in height out so that the hair on her He remanded her to with clumps my employers house on business I mitted that he had sold the birds so may remain ianed Bat I should be sorry to take of low scrub here undisturbed all night ordered the sheriff to impanel a and therj I was carried my child in my arms as it is cheaply because he knew that on be For ladies of high degree these blocks oa them as types of their sex and to talk leading and my spoorcr now I was not paying attention to it in released they would immediately a ivreive matrons to inquire are beautifully lacquered and deco-Â¬ Lucy s about them as the new women They Jaeha was following meKafir named There were several gold coins on the return condition and He had to their old home But from rated They u r- ere types of nothing but a social only one eye and that eye was keener mantelpiece and unknown to me it San Francisco The next day leputy It was a clear case of drawer into generally have a little row which the superfluous to detect game than two pairs of ordi- Â¬ stretched out its little hand and seized the biter being bit Charles Carr impaneled the first jury ornaments can be put at nighL nary optics but on this occasion it three pieces which I did not observe of women ever mentioned on the I got home A DECEPTIVE I at once put on my overlooked a terrible danger for the until TARGET AN ESCAPE FROM HOUNDS records of Kentucky The women VENERABLE PENSIONERS and was reason wars the wives of Well known planters It Costs Something to Learn to lilt thd a few that the danger thou h within lionnet to return going back to my em- Undesirable Experience of a Boy ployer them when I was ar- Pursued Thirteen Widows of Revolutionary Heroes yards of us was invisible met at the jail and after a c t Dangling Hall by a Hunters Pack L 8tlU Draw Pay from the Government This is the olemn truth as I There was a rustle in a patch of A shooting gallery peculiarity that and examination of A small boy plat-inshope for Heavens mercy the rcirt of as An interesting study on the subject lowing report has recently came into popularity con- Â¬ scrub six or seven yards before me and to The court could not believe this fox in an exciting chase on the Cedar erf longevity Ls furnished by some of the jury matrons Judge sists in a very light and fragile ball of suddenly out of it rose a wounded buf- Â¬ of Ho low hills near PhilssU iffkj Pa story They upbraided the mother for falo with bloodv month our pension lists The most noteÂ¬ ette upon our oaths l i blown glass or in some cases a hollow eye which wheeled round facing me in her impudence in trying to palm off says the Philadelphia Becord narrowworthy according to the Pittsburgh that Lucy a u egp shell suspended from a string such a falsehood for the truth But ly escaped lieing torn to pieces by a Dispatch Ls that part comprising prop This always attracts the inexperi- Â¬ act to charge pertinaciously asserted her inno pack of hounds the other day The the It all took place quicker than survivors enced marksmen because the natural of the war of ty is probably in a dogs had not enjoyed a run for weeks that a novel experiment was WU Of the eighty six American destruetiveness inherent in human na-Â¬ thought My rille which hapoily was ie ican towaru mercy to her and their owner decided to give them a soldiers ture causes him to prefer to shoot at at full cock went up to mv shoulder made in her favor One of the officials little and sailors who took part v hereof wt d jury exercise Taking a bog from the in that memorable instinctively and I dropped him in his proposed to renew the scene described something which he can smash rather struggle who were hereto set our hand by the mother Tho gold coins were box in which he keeps several foxes still m the land of the tracks with a bull through the brain than at a target that gets no harm living on June above Mar So sudden was the whole ufeir that placed on the clerks table The moth- Â¬ and which the Kcynards slept upon he 30 13 fifteen were from his accuracy centenarians gave it to a bov He told the lad to namely David H Ames lersc yville Therefore says the Xcw York Sun my heart had not time even to give a er was requested to resume the posi- drag tho beth Mocteer Jr heavily scented bag across tion in which she stood at her employ111 Zephaniah Bacon Pattens Mills he wastes his three shots at one and great thump I do not quite remember Anne Jones Anne lulls and he would turn loose the two thirds cents a shot not on targets how I did it I am sure I did not take ers house There was a breathless p- 1 William S IVnni the Zzr a fine sight am 1 doubt whether I pause in court The baby soon discov hounds The boy had a long start and n i v but on the suspended murk And he nmixew rraaklin Burlington and Susanna Mur ered the small coins eyed them for a had disappeared lieyond the brow of a Kan looked at the rib of mv rille at all never hits it and Amon Root re hitt a distant knoll when the owner rel reft moment smiled and then clutched The experienced man in rifle range wis each of whom was tv utiv ion sust iiti th Iavne ri A PECULIAR Baal them in his fingers with - misers the eager dogs Around they circled years of age Rosea FRIENDSHIP gunnery wastes no time on the de- Â¬ Brown Drain On The mother was at once ac- Â¬ until one of them struck the trail and and Miles Scrantoa Merrill N ceitful balL He knows that It cant be How It Was Established lletweeu a I Hawk never wei away they dashed in pursuit of quitted hit Probably he knows it from ex- Â¬ the were 101 Austin Atehawn Spencer and a Roontex or sh fox for perience for it is one of those facta port N Y and Nathaniel White V execution The most peculiar friendship I ever Masses of Birds Jl Instantly a great fear seized the hun- Â¬ Franklin 111 tliat no man will believe until he has saw formed was one between a hawk 11 an accessory to her escape but On the first trip I made along Mcvoy ting the ter It dawned upon him that if the kcilland CoL and tried it for himself a u a traveler recently s am s of Greenland and Labrador hounds overtook the lad they The reason for it is that a very light Nwould n living on a farm in said an old sea Y were 10 tear liim to uieces With John i captain I w hollow gkiss ball or a blown ecc if Micrer East Paris Mi h i The small ed a good deal i watching tho count- Â¬ ting be properly hung on a slender thread wounded a Dawson Terre Haute Ind were 101 ciovasa ien I t less number of birds which abounded bridled a horse and galloped in ly a na- will dodge any bullet that ever came the bird I und that its W Ireland Hamptonrille tiv wirgs were in th S C of I he baying hounds They pursuit John from a gun barrL The air that the had a but ounv m knrnaw nmu r- ac- unin- - the black rocks which r i in ail Jl All r four goou start aud the owner knew that tory Ala 100 bullet piles up in front of it blows the d that the crea- bench I ut of he sea ju y s life depended upon ni the pr The list of wide whether d the request path turci life be nf ntr the hounds or the horsemen reached until it has passed after which the iin a few days tho ms a no In no real fox cha target swings back to its original po Â¬ The birds hiid ix USI and which war a hunter ever ride more furi- - that sition A MO l mo imeoennenee mam food when wc This is very provoking for the marks- Â¬ 1l1 leas than atly It was a long hard a man who if he be a good shot has it he of theeontinenaal e and kept up had told the the doubtful si hs off art cut was the a the beam bird two thirds i in the back yard There is nothing so ro- I Â¬ f Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ ann estaoiisamg a boDd They were constantly of friendship together and after the hawks wounds had healed and he was liberated ho would spend a portion of each day with hLi friend the rooster paying no attention to the other chickens In some way he must have told the other hawks that our llock was under his especial care for we wero never troubled with them afterward al- Â¬ though before that we had lost a great many chickens uB weiucr THE GAME OF GOLF INCREASING LONGEVITY utwClnrtrd -- I fought in it Presuming 15 Dead was th Favorite Old Pastime of the Americans In Particular Live Much Scotch Peoplo Longer Than in Past Agea It Is Now Very Popular with America Who Have tha Time aad Means to Ilaj It Uow the Game la when the war was cone his bride was the same agw v uarricd there mus- - lhr Â¬ ages of the ta icy must have been name in the old days Played three of the widows snw Mary wasithe next in lev two of that name and Golf is fast becoming popular Among Post A writer in the Washington society people it has got to be quite the calls attention to the many instances called Lovey Sarah Bal thing This favorite Scotch game can of remarkable longevity which from oath an be traced so far back that the exact year to year have been rop irted Pass Â¬ Assuming that any one I hundred date of its origin is lost While its ing by the hu years asserted may L adoption in this country has been slow to have been lived by the antediluvian it is possible that the tnit it Is now firmly rooted says the Cincin-Â¬ heroes of Hebrew tradition the appar- government may be paj nati Lnquirvr and this season promises ent numiiers In which may mean some- sions to the wi to lie its greatest In their search for thing entirely different from what soldiers twenty rive 7 ir- something new the society folk have they would mean in our decimal scale seized upon it and many are learning of enumeration and down through tne the late war the game 2002 Greek and subsequent aires iolf is not limited to any particular not under uthH OI cmnt Ladies and chil class of individuals ST PAULS INSURANCE Sal of stand we find a sontlni dren can play the game as well as men persons arriving at an advanced old Xearly Half a Million In alsasf aud in nearly all the golf clubs which ape These from one point of view Precaution Taken Againit I have recently been organized the womitutc a very small minority and St Pauls cathedra en show as keen an interest as the men yet from another form a considerable Oat Spare Momentthemselves Its devotssa claim there and important eleu ds of the fabric is no game under the sun like golf and rsons who The number of d as a thoroughh- health giving exercise had attained an c a year 81 possesses all of the necessary qualiit probably greater ir laws ranee a ties than in any recent period During the is insured to th The first regular club organized in lust three or four months of tie iiiinan prees this country was the St Andrews lolf the general public the eathedrul is club whose grounds are now situated through a perusal of the daily at Gray Oaks a short distance above with the remarkable obitaari Yonkers but within the corporation those who had departed having lived back limits This club was organled in 1Mb th or so to a great ol The and for the first few years the members since we read if a life that had reached played on various fields around Yonk the extraordinary limit of one hu other r ersv This year however new grounds five years We have and unite them aril have been secured at Gray Oaks where land thirty of the death of a weanan at Hartbars the game can be played on a mor ford Conn who was old enough to tematic luisis A farm of about 50 give warning of the approach of the work of the lantern an iron ring with four Hit acres has been secured and the old British fleet in 1S12 and so saved the to the leaden fashioned farmhonse has been con- Â¬ New England cast from threatened cupola a o verted into a comfortable and cozy devastation And still later we have lraunica clubhouse of the at The grounds or links cover a space been sprained of a man deathyear Terre ward by t 104 Haute Iud f and t of about two miles and there are in who Washingattended the funeral leaden water pi this circuit nine holes The holes are ton cast his first vote for of Madison and into the earth about four and one fourth inches in di- was a From ameter and are placed in what are other soldier itInisthe war rf 112 great and partly through apparent that data looking down Lu called putting greens These putting longevity has ise for bar of iron eonni greens are well leveled plots of ground many years particularly in America assentation at the from forty five to sixty feet square t the staircase a hie But it may lie rem and the object is to drive the ball into perconstitutions that curried theand thence to the lead on ti the holes with the fewest number of sons up to the centennial mark or be the chnrch strokes The circuit leads over hills yond were formed very man i tower at the m rtl Tiie sometimes across streams flitches ruil similarly proroad tracks as the case- may be and fore Americans ln nn living at the um In 1 the skill of the player Ls shown in present rate and that the of is made availabi lofting his liall over these difficult most the those old modem suicidal rush of the so metal places or hazards as they are called to fore merely for t a position where he can get a good ciety and busiuo s worlds To have a Remarkable Instance of Extreme old Age Intellectual Activity Is No liar to Long Life and Good Health Â¬ 1 i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ - vt - i Â¬ I I 1 1 Â¬ f1 of x Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ his--na- Â¬ Â¬ b Â¬ Â¬ - man-of-w- ar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - dis--eas-e Â¬ - oi ir Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t- - ivn Nihri tu i ht rv Prop on and on prevent 01 from maJe born U war Bl