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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l IP L L VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN DENTAL ST7BGZSY Crutchcr tt i I1I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY mother do but the children come down one by one They do not know that they must It is some time before they Â¬ B TlIK po VOLUME 3IA2ISCN SEPTEMBER 26 1894 KENTUCKY STATE XEW count tcmber 2U I a 2 5 pr CONDENSED NEWS Gathered 1 Sm-e-- 4 Print J NUMBER TO COUNTY ZIEECTOEY ciRti i r ot st B A J C tti MORGAN J A MORGAN in A YAT KtMt KV lat in Apt September and KT lan RlCHM KB DENTIS1 i Main Strcci Naliosal Mlt in WELBY Y BURGIN DEXTI8T Kr t over -- Cast M - DR A WILKES SMITH CENTAL SURGEON - RICHMOND larx M KK M a liit l V n p ten K M ATTOENETS - POWELL Rich- - R ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky nrd Satur W M third W SB ICKELFORD tarda I ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond Kin erKjcb - STEPHEN rijai s RlCHMOHD I PARRISH AT LAW ATTORNEY - klMlck zz z KT tey J CHECK TTORNEY AT LAW A SULLIVAN ATTORNEY AT LA W It KurrvcKi T2TS2C H CH- - W BRIGHT - M I 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prece saturdai Knob Second Saturday and lev R L Ambrose t Pastor Rev Kirk i Richmond EOS Kkstixky x8- Street HAS HOOKER V VXTEBISAM DBGEDNt i a Veirriitary Icrtitry and Sterility over Kic First Kithmond Kj Maiu St ici Specialty bell Pastor Rev M A Jone nda and prereJing Saturday IIISCIILICS OK clIKIST pre- - Fiat Woods Third Sundar and C Waldeti Saturday P tor siiidav J V iiardine nday and preceding Glade - idav and prece A Kirk aturdav Joseph Kallrw Second and touith Sun Mt Peasant Paster and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school IO a Hagerman m lav r eai Vyj 5ifflr BLACKSMITHING I am prepared to do all kinds of work iu my line and it custom Mt Zion L H Kici First and ihird Sundays and Pa ay preceding third Sunday Ke n 1 1 mith Pas a m Services ever Sunday at and 730 p m Sunday i liool at 930 a Pmyer met ting Wednesday tveiiin m tor lute Oak H Christian Church Second Sun da i in each month and Saturdav preced Kider W S Ganiboe Pastor ing CHRIST CHUCH EPISCOPA I 1 1 Pa tor L Iniri Pond Reyn Second Sundav BUGGIES WAGONS HARVKSTINC MACHINES and MOWINt mathicenr repaH ed neatly and other Wool woik and and satisfactoniT ing him it - all silk and it is part shipwreck in a greal one As Car as can tell in the citjr of Jericho tins Zac ton No mercy for you until you have made restitution Suppose yos sell a eiuito wiia migli They had things their man a horse saying he is sound aud the rin way sncccsKfnlly avoiding ex he afterward tarns out to be spavined posure if by no other way per anl balky No mercy for you until by hiring somebody to break 111 and you have made restitution Exodus xxii If a man shall steal the watchers Kotwithstanding his had reputation there were streaks an o or a -- beep and kill it or sell it of good about hitn as about in- shall restore five ovcn for an ox or st every man Gold is found in four sheep for a sheep If a thief lie quarts and sometimes in a very small found breaking up and be smitten that be die here shall no blood Ik- - shed for in it Brags tas v a- - coming to town The him If the sun be risen upon iiim turned out en masse to see Him then shall be blood shed for lorn for Here He t Uinta the lord of lory 011 he should make full restitution if he have nothing then he shall foot dust core ied and road weary limping alonjj the way earrying the the theft if the theft be certainly found iu his hand alive whether it be riefs antl woes of the world lb r sheep he shall restore to Ik sixty years of when he is If a man shall cause a Held or only thirty Zaechens was a short liable a and shall put in and cotild not see over the vineyard peoples heads while standing on his mvist and shall feed in another the ground so he jrit up into mans field of the Iks of hi- - own Held if the best of his own vineyard camore trev that awung its arm over the road J aneed shall he make restitution You say lean not mike restitution amid the wild Dt of th The parties whom I swinled are gone owil The D Take the money ar m n of the city sre lookil atid tryinjr to gain liis attention ng them d his unrighf op at the little man in the tree and t was his first step u the I am iva home with Kverybody The way Wing clear Christ walked irist of Zaechens lie bo would jro home with so dishonorable a into nis n ife a dif man I ee Christ entering the front door ferent woman the children are different of the boose of ae h iis ne kit n an l He heaven and earth t ifsil home- - are r looks around on the ptaei and the famares ily lie pronounces the bcuediction mu-if- in from the U xt Ths day is salvation ing room and luxuries in the ward Come to this ho ill supply in the pantry Zneeheas had nsonnted the sycamore tree out of mere il He liven if you were half you d te see how this strani theeolorof His eyes the leui th of and thrill you through and t His hair the contour of His feat also h in the height of His stature which there are nor cown 5aid Chi only one And so many people in th a cor and a plain cot or en into the tree of curi pecur ner yet it They your wi sand queer qaestiona about his uirilc satisliuction or nni the af it ami call it home Though the eternal degrees They I us and purse criticise and bang 00 to th and all thi it at limb of a great sycamore n from that if evetidc we sail into tie Though thi home rest for us they want to ved as philosophers but in the busy world and vie go trudging shoal burden - that as little children You can is a refuge and it hath by way of Athens but by way y chair in which we may it aud aiehetii Why be perplexed about ge where we y sin came into tr renity of peace in which we assy lethe r an that refuge - home The sin driven oat of our hearts low s sitting on the vails Engli n and many spend their tin one night heard a the around Sc of musicians playing Home Rose of Sharon or the Lily of the Val Swet t Home and it is said that the ley prill out the author seat whole at my broke out in soi a ami say Is that beautfal Bower of religion that wailing so great was their honiesick God pity the poor miserable are tallinabot flower is beautiful ater vou wretch who has no home Now suppose Christ should come in- Â¬ have torn it to pieces The path to i is so plain that a fool need not to your bouse First the wife and the make any misi yet mother would feel His presence Re-almost always begins there It men stop and cavil Suppose that is easier for women to become Chris-ie slope I ii They d not than for us men I could I I would -- ton until kill all the frizzly I the fight so against God If women to notpanthers on cither Ride of the way I ed men originally away from holiness Sh- may row she tempts him back would never have got to the Pacific When I went out to hunt the jrriz not make any fuss almnt it but some how everybody in the house knows tly bear the grizzly bear would have come out to hunt me Here that there is a change in the wife and mather She chides the children sore - a plain road to Heaven Me Her face sometimes light- - up they will not take a step on it until f ently with an unearthly glow She goes inthey can make game of all the the that bark and growl at them from the to some unoccupied room for a little thickets They forget the fact that as while and the husband goes not nor ask- - her why they go put to hunt the theory the sfter her know- - with- Â¬ she was there He hunt them SI that she has been We must receive the out asking iH rish praying The husband notices that her en of Heaven in implieity Win Pennington was one of the wisest face is brighter than on the day when men of the country a governor of his yean ago they stood tit the marriage awu state and afterward speaker altar and he knows that Jesus has been putting upon her brow a wreath nf the house of representatives when iod called him to sweeter than orange blossoms she puts satisfied with be a Christian he went in and the children to sat down amonr some children who the formal prayer that they once of were applying1 for church membership fered but she lingers now and tills and lie said to his pa tor Talk to me them of esns who blessed little chil- Â¬ you do to these children for I dren and of the good place where they know nothing about it There is no all hope to be at la t And then she need of bothering1 ourselves about mys 9 them good night with something teries when there are so many things that the child feels to be a heavenly re plain Pr Ludlow my pro benediction a something that shall in the Th seminary hold onto the boy after lie shall become taught me a lesson I have never forgot- Â¬ a aasa W or 50 years of age for there is ten While pnttinr a variety of ques- somethnr in a good hivine t hrisJian tions to him that were perplexing mothers kiss that 50 years can not wipe lie turned upon me somewhat in off the cheek sternness but more in love and Now the husband is distressed and Talmage you Mr will annoyed and almost vexed If she have to lot God know some things would only speak to him he would We tear our hands you dont He does not like to blow her up nn the spines of thad of anything about it but he knows feasting our eye on its tropical bloom that she has tt hope that he has ot A Treat company of people now sit ami a peace that he has not he knows swinging1 more that dying hs he now is he can not go tree of their pride and I cry to you to the same place He can not stand it Znccheus come down Comedown any longer Some Sunday night as out of your pride out of your irnittisi-tivem-- s they sit in church side by side the out of your speculation floods of his soul break forth He car not ride into the rate of II wants to pray but does not kmov how hi- - face with coach and four ne of his Except and lucky behind him as little children ye can not enter the spirit arouses him melt Han God has chosen the whelms him kiujrdom of God Anl thev go home si wif husband in and weak things of the world to confound lence until they get to their the mighty Zaei Oh piay rxnn when he cries out come down And thev kneel down for me notice that this tax gatherer ac- - They can not speak The words companied his sun Ood will not come does Bat of property that did the r He want any words looks not belong to him If I down and unsv and groan and have taken anything by f oatguahmg tenderness That they do not sleep any for talking of all have taxed any iran the years wasted and of that Saviour j he only had who ceased not to call lktfore mornand put ii ing they have laid their plans for a new Morning Father and fourfold If I took from himother descended from the bedroom from hiu hildren do no1 know what is the matter They never saw father with a ISible in his hand before 1 1 -- tors yon put your property in your wifes name You might cry until the day of judgment for pardon but you This Day is Salvation Come to This would not get it without first making restitution In times of prosperity it House is ritrht against a rainy day to assign if in property to Cine Ilowii antl ImcImm Came lwn of perplexityyour wife hut sake time and for the of de I hiI tassel Important r of ICt iiiitin- frauding your creditors ycu make iliK in IIIMri ht ami such assignment you become a culprit Iath Tim LasSS to swssa t TaiuKtK Sermou before God and you may as well stop pravinsr until you have math restita Her Dr Talmage who is abroad tntion fr suppose one man loans an- Â¬ selected as his suhject for Son other money on bond or morfgagn clays sTucm tlirouph the Wllta Ihe with the understanding that the mort- an lie quiet for several years tint Tax CoUeetora ohm r i on the text given com beina takeu from Lulce xix fe as the mort niis - salTatioai conn- t i this house mences foreclosure- - the sheriff mounts Zaccheas was politician sad a tax the auction block anl the property is pmtherer He had aa hoaesl caliinfr struck down at half price and the mortgage buys it in The mortgagee luit the oaaortnitj for atealinswa tso large the temptation was too nraeh started to get the property at half for h n The ltible says he was a price and is a thief and a rob er Until he makes restitution there is no sinner tlrit is in the public How many tine mon have been ruined mercy for him Suism you sell goods lv ofli ial poaition t is an aw- by a sample and then afterward send ful thing for any BUM to tech ot ter an inferior quality of Vou have committed a fraud fice umer the it nnteat and priBeiplea there is no mercy for you unl of n integrity fixed Many a man apright have made restitution Suppose you in an insiniiieiit position has made sell a man a handkerchief for ilk tell- THE TAX COLLECTOR A BOLD CLAIM Mrs Pierce Wife of an Hum- Â¬ ble Railroad Employe - him i Â¬ -- Â¬ ie all get down The sentences are br The phrases are a littlcungrammatieal The praver begins abruptly and ends abruptly but as fur as I can understand what they mean it is about this t Saviour help us We do not know how to pray Teach us Wo can not live any longer in the way we We start to day for have lieen living Heaven Help us to take these dren along with us Forgive us for ail the past Strengthen us for all the An future when the journey is over take us where sad where the little babe is that we lost Amen It ended very abruptly hut the angels came out and leaned so far over to listen they would have fallen off the battlement but for a strode of their wings and cried Hark bark Behold he prays That night there is a rap at th room door Who is there cries the father It is the oldest child What is the asatter ire you sick No J want to be saved Only a little while and all the children are brought into the kingdom of God And there is great joy in the house Years pass on The telegraph goes click click What is the news flying over the eoantxn one home Father is dying The children all gather Some come in the last train Some too iate for the train take a carriage across the country They stand around the dying of the father The oldest son up the mother and says Don mother I will take care of you The parting blessing is given No lean monition for he has through been saying to his children all he had to them It is a plant by and the remark I know y will lie kind to your mother anil all is over A whole family saved forever If the comes they are all in the ark mother sons daughters Together on earth together in Heaven What makes it so Explain it eheus one day took Jesus home him That is all Salvation came to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tofee ili quested al the Crr Lii Porttui Ti Claims to Be Oldest Child and Leg- Â¬ itimate H ir Of Jay Cord Tli- of the t oantry At Shelhyville Ind Harry Shultz aged 11 was killed while a to board a train On Sunda3 at Varzin the enth tic lr aid their Lhancehor Dismar be annual reunion hty-egiment 1 By Telegraph From All Farts Younq V ni3 We Offer a tlsssm IhreloJ I V tadVs Cf 3 P Child MOTHERS FRIEND Mfc Million lijr n Formrr Mr-riiiMother silll ilnCnl Will Assist llrr Iloifrhw r vr al lr i ierie Will Hsjort to I he Court 1 Tin Kentucky Wo- - Gallon In ti pnee Zimmerman v Sunday by F T V H Ii B race if Citkyexne AVvo Sept Ii The as topis iiug claim by the wife of an hum bleemploye of the Inion Pacific rail Â¬ road that she is the oldest child and a legitimate heir of Jay Gould pn some singular features that indicate a possibility that it may le founded in truth At all events it is likely to at- Â¬ tract wide attention if it is pushed and that the claimant says will tie done The improbability of Mrs Pierce of ri i mills Fk not the Maky - ner Mas fomsd from a genuine ner as defied noon on the river I t est L I Dlondell the worlds champion swim- Â¬ mer lowered the worlds record for a Sun In the international bicycle races at Rome Sunla v the grand pri won man J s in N C rr M of brlee astern part of iead iu bed from View Mad Elkert who resided in I TOR rsx tthmta JMI s lloV Mill at Valley that lions- AN EASY WAY TO ENLARGE Millions of at TllUh Awaltaaaj Of Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 Millions of acres of ltnl are no ing idle in western Kansas and rado Wyoming Nevada Idaho Montana Arizona Mi co and California waiting of water to them bloom into a flower garden and yet producing nothing but lean million acres of land WtT the Â¬ worth tv One U3S p r i -- Â¬ 1 would According to tin- Maj Powell there are re miles of these lands need only water to reader them special Agent Ilin tire tea that there are 11 aero ofaridlrnds which the general govshould reclaim in add 17000UUO acres to oar lie domain we shall increase ty for supporting a farming population as much as though we ird of the cultivate rdom or one firth of thai of France or one fourth ay oral the cultivated that land of Sweden Norway an I Greeci put together We can annex a Canada of our own without aaking aayl leave and hav acres to spare We can have within our own borders ns much cultivated land in addition toour acres as Australia presej and Holland combined have under cultivation Cy Warman in Met lures ne The first regular standing army wa- B C The first modern standing force was in France in 1443 The first permanent military in Enarlaad was the Kings tiuard of Yeomen established iu Hsti bring Sllju estimates of if watered i Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Failin to secure what they believe to be their legal rights Mr and Mrs Fierce have determined to resort to the courts They have employed able counsel and expect to begin suit Mr Fierce husband of the claimant In an interview said Mrs tiocld my wifes mother came to Bock Springs in the spring of l j whn the whole matter was talked over She aid she would wait awhile v to see if Mr Could would do anything Definition Jack saii a young girl to her bean heres a for his daughter before taking any ac-Â¬ tion piece in the paper headed kismet After Mr Goulds death in Deeem What dors kismet mean The she again came to Boek er i iron must be pronounced with the t Bpringa to ascertain if George Gould Why tuit would Ik- ki- - me silent With the greatest of had taken any action in the matter said Nettie and learning that he had not she aupleasure replied Jack and he did thorized my w ife to employ attorneys Spare Mom and commence suit Messrs K F En An Astronomic Theory paThis per says thet a new star he been dis- Â¬ terone and C C Hamlin of Rock covered said Mrs Corntossel as she c prmgswere accordingly employed by laid down the weekly paper lont L- - To all our letters to George and believe it replied her husband who has lieen rather dyspeptic of late Ill Helen ii uid no answers have been re- Â¬ bet its nothin but another hole thet ceived They have completely ignored Last March my wifes mother these pesky rainmakers weth their us again came to Rock Springs to learn In Kit in hez made in the tixmanent our progress and told my wife to pro- Â¬ Washington star as could without her Our Decadents Flipbutt the fa- ceedwhenfur aj she necessary she would it was but mous young art critic ITlo Whats come forward and assist her this pencil sketch Ive just found on Last June my wife wrote to her Oh its by Our Artist this easel Flumpkin the impressionist fellow ail mother that the attorneys had done all they coull do you young chaps are so enthusiastic she wished without her aid and that her to supplement her lever aint it about you know statements additional proofs and Clever Why its divine the proofs by now Flipbutt are Such freshness such naivette Such a trustworthy agents being collected bvÂ¬ I have the marsplendid scorn of mere conventiona1 riage certificate of Jay Gould to Sarah Vchiiiqne Such a Our Artist Ann Drown with two Lllo old man A thousand pardons of whom s living The witnesses one other is Thats the wrocg thing youve got hold This certificate I have and is dead it locked a scribble by this little Vf Thats just up in a safety deposit box in vaults of scamp of a grandson of mine His first Natiouaf bank attempt Not wry promising 1 fear- - the FirstWyo My wiie is at Rock Springs the only tat hes only four Punch living legitimate child of the late lav tould ani I intend to establish her identity and secure her rights -t 1 i Â¬ Â¬ ject on October 5 180ft Mrs Brown never obtruded herself upon her husband after leaving him but in 188ft after the death of the oad m ailed upon him in NewYork and informed him of the exist- of their daughter his oldest child Mr tould acknowledged the claim and pr ment of a certain amount 011 the child This he failed to do The daughter never knew of her relations to the Gould family until after her marriage and removal to Wyoming She was led to believe hv her I mother that her father was dead but knew of the of her own mother although she had never had any communication with her Early in lsii Mrs Brown who had tost all trace of the Mortons and her daughter began to trace her np Boek springs where Mr and Mrs I1 d In July or August 8S1 Jay Goulds private car was in Rock springs ami Mr and Mrs Fierce solicited an inter view with Mr Gould A gentleman representing himself to be that individual net them rind the ease was ed to him The gentleman said to them that if their statements were true the best thing they could do was to make them public Mr and Mrs Pierce now have reason to believe that it was not Mrs Pierces father with whom they talked bat Dr Munn Mr Goulds physician Mrs Pierces mother w is informed of the in- Â¬ terview but she advised her daughter to wait awhile to see if Mr tould was disposed to do anything She desired if possible to prevent any publicity of the affair After tiie death of Mr Could in De- Â¬ cember Brown came to Rock Sprir ertain if Georjre Gould as admi lisfrrttor of hi fnaiierw tatstc had taken any action iu the matter he having been previously informed of the existence of the child by a former marriage George Goal I and his at- Â¬ torneys have entirely ignored all com- Â¬ munications sent to them ou the sub- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- the claimant remaining quiet until other night which long after the death of her millionaire How anl killed Jones with a father is partly removed by the fact as The men w re Irii she sots out that her mother when her child was 2 j year of aire gave her near W li- tsu vw a farm tn adoption to James and Mary Mor- Â¬ ton of St Thomas Canada In 1894 the Mortons moved to Hamilton Cald well county Mo and it wao there were Tiik Coli that Miss Morton met Benjamin Franklin Pierce to whom she was married Â¬ Â¬ Danker who defeated his Fi man and a 11L - STOVES Do You Msybew and 1 jail four prisoners in Was by overpi im up in a cell 11 Wm Year Cain a Need Stoves V vened the other church at Turner will continue three A KKK shipment been made to Fnioti 11 i of firearm a harge of desertion me in Canada wh was ordered to the He uise ted at Bney a member of THE COLD WFITHFR m BK furnished ha - who are re y of the railroad tax THE commissioner of pensions th other day appointed ir iv ton to be a member of the board of ex amining surgeons for I at Hartford Tiik city of Frankfort has declared a I lyersof Lindellandl STOVE OR A GRATE i Â¬ grand jury has r ianree Iandrnm of irar boy w ho killed Milit of Bowling Creen meut 1adueiih Kv an have been returned ed W I LI ignored In far ing ar as aaaraatiae against De Pniatatowi iast across the river on or of ca- that a which foTno per pound now comma Chinese market ire in of A Given Satisfaction fi men wi ant alone hav it derinjr the past come and A HSATITS biy A 00OE au- Â¬ thorities are taking the spread BT0TS ns were st in lo r 01 SI srovTs AND - a Lnjras a cr rr vry tig Brest and Tiik disputed precincts - tax Iii dell and every to ooo H MrsWW ville - lannv of diamond- Fire 2ricS E Bftakt was robbed senile -- Mr- family u going out in ti and laid her diamonds on a Irion the second II r When ed to her room tne jewelry wi gone IX3 anted the owsi Renewal --John II lered at snpre th the t they are if suit I CLAUDE SMITH man CO ml Incre Uwill Clint T Adkyns i Hancock county Origins Wid Hop etc Maria Darri a a liuntii Christian eom mother Paris Bourbon county Sam Nuna T Marion by 1 Nunii began drink mars aim that one of them mast die his pistol and fired fc one taking effect in N i ty Cumniings i He had W - L just S3 SHOE Douclas the best IS r dtPv w- I wounded THE MAR - i chest out o aercial All of New York The insurance eon si- State Commissioner of ner a j W I Yoa css save Became a I of New York on of affairs r if m- in- - the that the actus were not sufficient to ties and it w a- upo sioner Duncan - n Or- W1111 k chard a boring for water at Crab ar I to I JA3S FSSSM few day rers were surprised by striking a stream of oil which seems to be in amti- ties The well is on the to Mrs Slaughter and I cr to good 1 Cauie Cincinnati Brooklyn Brooklyn Played 9 10 t t J tlinnnnat t Uicapo Washington Washington 4 10 Suddy 5 6 11 3 2 nhlccgo the t rab Orchard com munity is wild with excitement Mi Sam A Amhi o and Miss Elva Morton were married the other day at 415 cornu a- the home of the br Hart Wheat No ford by Ber K 10 Date of the Methodist church The bride is the daugh- Â¬ ter of Judge John P Morton ipot and September 57 Tin republicans of Campbell county 2 white western STc have failed of their purpose t So 8 clared illegal the primary held in that BSa No i 5253c county on August Yohk Sept S At a convention of the democrats of Wheat No 8 atari Hart county lien Simon Bolivar Back 57c f No northern 6 Bar was indorsed for United -elevator senator and the selection of senators Cobs No 2 by the people warmly advocated ne No Tiik following postmast r- - were ap- Â¬ No rt C2c No pointed the other day J C Decker Clyde Wayne county vice W B Deck- white Toi sao Sea 22 er resigned Mrs Dolly Campbell Wheat No 2 red ca Grapevine Ferry county vice J C May StjC No 3 red cash Campbell resigned Russell S Wooton in -- No n Mad Dog Leslie county vice W I resigned J S Webb S rgent Wooten i Jaaary er county vice N M Webb re- Â¬ J545 vinsi S6 Kelruaryfr signed Lucy Knuckles slasher Dell Cattle Prime Html fi good county vice C C Knuckles re igned h fit ItTtVat aS Mrs Curtis of Newport attempted air light to till the tank of her gasoline st ve Ho best York- xed t58n6rSQ0 eornrwhich was lighted with oil when it ignited and burst out into a big blaze enveloping the old lady in a sheet of tra aa flame She was horrible burned about the face and body and will in all probUrn ii S Y ability succumb to her injuries Â¬ B -1 Garnett House Solcan- IV STUAR Pure Whiskies Brandies Ion Jett whiskey at I Wines c - i3ic V ST AI1T MiNi saractfl llsasf saieoa eet 40 39 Â¬ SOLI CI NC INN PALACE ST LOU Is A 1 Ta41N8 I 11 j SLEEPD BIG FOUR ROUTE The elegant service Fciir excellc -- Â¬ 5 i BalnsBOM Where gune wus piayed While riding Skill mans horse slipped and fell on him injuring him internally so that 1 CATUK -- Mixed cows anil b f the all asd weaker mixed packers heavy latSigSJt 016 pig A rood he will die 1 Clubs EaitliLore - How Thry Stand Warn Lest Iia ed 86 M S7 Mi 1 Pr Ct 6511 Ml 43 40 Jti VM rru r rgh Chicago 64 O 56 51 51 f7 S9 64 74 ji 125 1J1 1 3 j0 4S6 S79 II 1 U 123 126 128 121 KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and to personal enjoymeut when rightly used The many who live bet- an others and enjoy life more with expenditure by more promptly adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical being will the value to health of the pure liquid principles embraced in the ly f wrnp ef Figs ilcuv is due to its presenting in the for and pleas ing and truly ant to the beneficial of a perfect lax ative effectually cleansing the sv Cincinnati St Imits Washington Louisville 72 TS 427 416 406 46 Z 3s 88 mi Da TriKy the export sent to Frankfort to make an investigation of the shkp and Lambs Ktra or tire Iambs I tiphtherfa outbreak announces that 55 ood mlxe1 h lioice the disease is not epidemic extra erport weth- wether The following pensions were grant- Â¬ e rht Mrt4j 32Ss0-s3e ewe iheep Original Albert II BUjiat Canada lam ed a few days since I Dayton Fowell Campbell county xpl 2S Cattle Market steady at yesterdays quo- Â¬ Restoration and increase Rowland C tations Wiley Science Hill Pulaski county Hogs Ocod to eaniee medium and heavy Increase J Kilion Mann Oakland Ihjutfri 20 mixed and heavy sa5U3saii good to Mills hou e ttaas rJ Nicholas conn issue shiip i35eas0Si Francis M Jones Kingston Madison aommon Iambi Â¬ l I stood stedUEaisBd Suffiiaa ist rossTSs sVua 15 r een peake vice ev 1 icton ing rates etc a ess l A F 0 M- O RMK R -- P T THE ounty to food tUtt 1 iiht Â¬ Relative of Robespierre The only male relatives of Robespierre living in ii irdingtoa Faris pa per are Maximilian de Robespierre who owns a tile manufactory and his son now eighteen 3 ears old He ap in a Furis court the other day sponsor of one of his employes who had run over a 003 and announced that- - he v of the notorious He is an intelli ars old aad a f a school of mines When g his family papers he uncle Henri de 1 American Wood Pulp English paper manufacturers now acknowledge the superiority of Amer- Â¬ ican ground wood pulp over that pro Â¬ duced in Scandinavia One prominent manufacturer la quoted by an English exchange as saying that rican au e the wood article Is the etter is ground longitudinally instead of with most Swedish pulps and be hing d is used in the tnana facte 1 1 Human hair would be a salable com Â¬ modity iu foreign mar Mr Hillier British consul at Susan were its existence more gen uown The fine heads of hair and they ings to a A ver here r the the addle cloths pis packs of their ponies arc made of hair woven hi I the tame material is u aak- - CORNER SALOON iast sanus ot their bar or on during o Morning service and sermon t fcvening service and sern Iadies a 4 oclock dunng Ihe winter L M Wi lay at 2 p ni km Rt ciar CATHOI K HOUSE BHOKIXO A I MK I AITV but found thev could n have engaged in guaranteed nie children I want y u ali to sit down while we read The children look at eah and are almost disposed to they see their parents are pearnest It is a short chapter He is a met with 11a or them Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report L T WILSON ProD from Riciunond Paor Re be Father Kb nd jie m linger on thing is so strangely Thsy knt trial Lecture and at 10 am the aanje evening aaad w r ENGLI S II audit much to new RoYal Powder UO Baking JOB PRINTING 44BSOEiTEiY PURE THE CLIMAX 8F ICE p rotcyh I work of excavating began lias been continued by r in Wa7 brick-inscribe- THE CLIMAX mUMD -- ax IK1CK PKi nail A ID BUAT BT Printing KAR Co 9150 4 AlVSaKSarC SATES 5 i j 1 - OCUATIC TKKLT s the new Japan be many yen ie the most prominent t nor aiChurches ha and hnilt I hi white nor in the inter- tahlishtHl in many loeali- Wall are koi M mi hundred of the natives iixl analaane it fully and iuv banana converts to the Christian urtli dav- faith The numUiif iiilmbitai r in it appears to have landed lieta ixt timated to be close to 4O0U0CXH The city of Tokiohasa population of 1V- wiml ttni water The nnre e bl hen we inuke free 111 Kioto and teaka about ii i each r e imn nouie MH and many cities of looiioo The Km- f Japan i of imp oat those who will ii numerous me they la aUmt 1000 which lie in the are u rai ka in natetaof the North Pacific Ocean oil the f China in an aveiage latitude of Poor iiee1 protection 7 North h have the lest I and in longitude 147 West sni irket the World from Washington Their combined area labor at their door and tfanateri to It- about 14i000 eqnani The country is volcanic and very K cane ami make sanar - their Uncle billy Th Mm ntoantaia Well volcano known by the name of Fujiaaa iiinl a a preniiuiii or well well They are raising Cain It rise toa height of nt it wont make sugar ami 12000 feet above the ocean level is BBaned and has aerator 300 feat in inv bonus on tiis sort depth It ted aboal 80 miles THK HtillT KNUhll southwesterly boa YcMo and gaidcsl as a aacrad aaaaalaia by the naAt hat the anapenee atteodini tives who make pHgrimaicea to it in large ereaaaaaa in the DQOlbera annually Asa volcano it is beaded and Nrena km now extinct ami has been for nearly two tt d in both before and coiituiics There are manv rivers but In other wards the not of iiiii h magnitude The Tonegawa ve unanimously ile- - is th d is 17Hiniles in length Tlie entire bin the Up inw Maty beautiful lakes occur one of tling which Brara am like is the lai est and liter another were sprung moat beantifnl The hills and moun then by the other tains abound in mineral wealth the the Breckinridge inter- principal varieties of which are gold sili niipi ver iron tonoar tin lead quicksilver law at I and coal ioid has been mined since whnh voters were sworn to A I 74 Oaal is found in M veral of mince This was looked the proviaoea and is a large item of Deamcnata in trade at the treaty port of Nagasaki an iasoH aad it Bice culture ia one of the principal agi him the ricultural productions and ia every ferThe las WM an at tile rallej may lie seen the paddy lieids r of wers on the i they an- called theee an enclosed by in the but a few inches in height hare do and partially inundated the rice is plantinking a ed in th mod and water and just m wort may do the harvest begins the fields aie it is nn V r P Breckinridge Hi drained Two crops are raised annually it k in th interested the South ir Â¬ m N iii Ir j a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - has to a bark seat and from a hen he li by the in abun- it the staple it is the and drink f ir from they brew their national beverage The country is - future tin Sake have DO and his drop be allow professed the tanee now let him HON KY Hon Iiift- - B McCrearj small there is no with llow it is iv W out lias in tl udidate ki than thai - i - bis hi- - - C that has nd we an kes ii nblic any li I ith w bit liver- i w bich y iiiiit hit a Manisoii party and the supplied with an abun- ine of it being as in China is J ant and cannot wei be dis i with Iniitsof all kinds flourish in proper localities The tea plant is provinces and the hied leal iii article of export Moal of animals found in America are rep resented by similar ape Japan Powb of all kinds are in abundance There is at the presen turnover I in operation and a much more will be constructed Truly it may be said of Japan that it is a wonderful country and ia inhabited by wonderful people No people have ever the proereaa that baa been made by the Japanese since their gateways opened to the world no p ill in warfare none have a brighter future ill proapett The people of the nil feel proud that they have in a measure been instrumental in bringing tl into touch with the Â¬ nf ken- reeeated in the I PRAYED TO DIE AND DIED A dranii i th w jt ill it to be our duty to warn vmi of th him man in the in the man bo while a at home is not i voice wil it the N nf a church X a short time ago Deacon I M i ii iii ii- sH aKei aiiM I ommittie and a re the It - - B McCrearr you will harm duh Oil the nth bnt the by tl not do your duty Amei einocratic and to the only aa John Schemer years old had taken rreat interest hi raisins ling the new edifice He the trustees of the church and at the close of tlie service- - the pastor urged him to make a few remarks He ntaej tl i a hymn and closed thus I have prayed fortius place a iianv times Now I see my prayer answered Lord let now thy servant de B peace Lord Jesus you know i is all right between thee and me A he fiuished the sentence Mr schemer horn dropped and immediately expired LK coarse there waa inteise excitement 111 ion over this remarkable nearer to prayer for release from life iXOMIZIXG OK Â¬ add new te of the icky has ever sent I BAIT UPAS ikumM7h as NATION A CIVILIZED j g for a iiich Japan is reraare rei shin tn - rcaaiatta- - S lr Joe Bryant lay half a will throw open the country with oaf the reeervatioB st the alien ownersliip of land iiimon in ad cannot le ob- to Foreigners w ill be allowed to any part of the Km- i piie IT The treaties Hardi r I Mi- - the including the one w ith the for the first time give to Japan as a mem hood of civilized Ing- with the next in be with the United States then and the other jKiwers ruiocnrtic The aa the honor to have d the wall of reserve with which less than laity years ago the Jap- aneee were surrounded In theting- retary treaty FMiimr aaid a man who li Ilake street wliv I went fishing in New Jersey and caught the Mggeet string ol eels that you ever heard of There is the tandem eel that von have all heard of When they go down or up stream irom their quarters for the winter or summer they go in single tile OW hind the other like the primeval man They tly six inches of apace between their noses and the tail of the eej in front When an eel sees that the feilow ahead is lengthening this pace hejui ami seizing the tail of the otlcnder ia his mouth pulls him back into place 1 dropped ary hook down right in front of a string of those si eeis and the bait was accepted and I jerked out the eel The one hind eeeinaj that the fellow ahead was running away obeyed his inatrw and seize his tail to pull him back and so also did the one behind andaOOatO the last one and pulled them out hand over hand till 1 had a great mass of slip ery eeb about meLetritluH Journal 1 1 1 aadaaaaad tlian c- l aaaaaaai r even i i re was lower price would ii this fell r there His nd niers ha MOt from Madison coontv and tbeyjaa will not other ateats while that amanltrag Dun -- Miigton but Friday bv an ardent iuipuue1 ati ln press pan with a Mr Laweacnndinato 1le Ji a wordy warfare with Ju lge Kinke- tract on haaah if ko a personal afair with wnu ik naauwiuLiaa ti tne re nonn naUou of I labial No at a new iuer Ilsr pablbhed at Pkaaant View oar aanctaaa bat week 1 of Kepoltliean inasmuch aa it awribes all the dire dbtreas that has befallen the ion to the Fear of Free Trade Abo wait it anderata Dave Cobon for Cun- Iiave the ataa that carries a arauad with haaa on hb eiae turs Ti- - aalnaaaaal fa aha a davatr1 to the lalinab of tlie ild brataarvetnem by adAoaathat Daaaoeaaafo duirii Mercury man sav A a drummer you know me yesterday of how a the etlects of hard times upon bis congregation At the conclusion af one of his aaiaanaa ha dd Iiet every body in the house who are laying their debts stand up Instantlv everv man woman and child with tlie azcep tion of one arose to their ieet He the crowd and than said I t every man who is not paying his debts up The exception noted a careworn hungry lmjking clothed individual slowlv which a artv aaaoineil a perpendicular position and with the iiea that JaÂ¬ leaned aa the back of the bench in front a i H allon tllt jia of bin How bit ary frieml untrics and that her laws are the minister that you are the only man r itll our own and that fu - ition that is unable jaatiaa wwlhana loaaai to meet his obligationI publish a rationalities that aa newspaper he meekly replied and who have just stood up ln view M the mf exUllde are my subscribers ami IeA us h ar errad upon pray cxclamed the mimis our craaena it may lie oi inter brietlv review our knowledge A TAR HIT TOBACOO YARN interesting country and people The present emperor is said to le the lllst nce a white nan and a negro divided of W dynasty that extern a bam of good brights each taking half B C aid the nation is said m of every grade hack to They brought have a written veritut a period tobacco in separate wagons to the ware--ma- it Oyeara Tlieir religioua belli and the white mans load rices titan did that of the darkey It wll happen that way eUoddiM i the re- - aometimes due to a diflerenue in huoaa bebaf of the people before the in caprice of the baj raa of tin ebe tiiere is a goad deal oi chance York to Japan with tin uaViil rirL f and Minister He cour- v panbad -his way inland in the Baa to Yeddo where aBBaaaaaJ in making a treaty that inder the cireumstances a daeaaed rBfJ Ulvantageous Thi- - waa changed in laaaaaM a tantl oi percent ad va aaa which isstiil in force iiotight the new taritr rates that will be in a the Cnited andreat Iritian will beaanaeaac rate f ii nt instead of an ad laitttn will also ril hei- in sdar canrta and whicfc ave j Harm of New HARD o The Carlisle drummer and never lies told preacher tested THE BRETHREN lin a M Twsaaaar pb a which waa aapaaiaanird si a- bv a weak and How dat haaa ha ashed backer an Mr Itlaak a keui out Und Christian it v b mak- - aanebern an waa zackiy like ai I IigJan of tf H anaa inaaaaataa n ma eit mine boh Eeegw - - inum mmA M eaaaananaa aa r a- - to aaaaaaa tbaaa-- n none will be so and land owners in Ietersaml Dr greatly benetiu At presetit the river is navigable only Hilpricht onlv the former being now 0 Andis are as far as Shaker Ferry at the point w here From UO to engaged the Cincinnati Southern railroad croeaea constantly employe i d the river on the famous High Bridge In the number of tablets eh this point six lockages an vases and in the value of the cuneiform texts found the American essary but the people of the se enterprise ir said to rival the explana counties adjoining the stream Irom HilBridge to the Ohio river feel tfiat the tion of l ayard at Nineval Pr distinguished Assyrian schoar money used in the construction and pricht the maintenance of the locks haslieeu a of the Cniversity of Feiin- - Ivania remains at the uiuscuui at the miuest of and beneficially expanded True anaao oveinuient to translate of the locks have been ill position for the Turkish inscriptions and arrange the tablets ami years for before the war the river was B 0 navigable many miles from its mouth other relics dating back to 4t Many tons of tablets sarcophagi and A lew years ago the Louisville merchants Tubacro Joui the like haaa already arrived at the began paying too little attention to the Wind PKICES I NTiKBFBEK WK1 museum at Constantinople and the trade of Kentucky river its far as cjuid Sultan in recognition of the services oi be reached by Isals and indeed lost it The gixsl aaTutblof the new tarilibil the American pnfessors has promised h Louisvilles bitter rival for all Ken Â¬ on the wihjI market are coining niote that the Cniversitv of Pennsylvania shall tucky trade Cincinnati rapidly than even its most hearty siip receive one of all duplicate antiqoit It has only been in the past lew years poiters bad dared to wish The Wheel Minister Terrell savs that this en- that this trade has been ret lainicd for ing Kegist r through its coriesMindents terprise has revealed an antiquity of the Louisville and the line of Cincinnati West Virginia and human race nearly ten centuries older in eastern Ohio packets driven out It cannot be said ii Periiisvhania has made inquiry than science lias knowledge of before that the Louisville merchants did this con erning priceaaad demands and the Religion government habits of life and lor though Louisville b the natural and result has been far more than salislact to a great extent the customs of men preferable market for all the Kentucky CO the friends of the free woo measory who lived 4000 years before Christ are river trade the merchants let it gradually ure revealed in the inscriptions which are slip from them The land owners and The corresiident at WcKidstield O now being translated here and arranged farmers living along the river are largely the center of a large wool iaising coun by Prof Hilpricht Thus far 20g000 descrying of the credit for restoring the trv sepreaanted in Congress by A J inscribe tablets of day and stone have trade to Louisville and it is but natural n wboee place was jeopardized by been discovered bearing inscriptions that thev should seek the cooperation of his vote for free BNaai reports that Alexwhich include pro nises to pay debts LonbviHe in having the river improved ander Haraaoa eoid laVMO poajnda of deeds contracts and records of impor- Â¬ headwaters when it can be done at Wool within a week at Lti cents and was tant public and private e so slight a cost as much for the remainder of his offered One tablet Been iy Minister Terrell The Loiiisyille packet now regularly clip This he refused believing he can was a promise to pay borrowed money in the Kentucky river trade is the Falls first of the year with interest in shekels in the reign of do better before the City The boat is owned by a stock comClint A rfalzgratl also of Monroe coun Camb pany whose holders arc located at Monv ool within a week ty have sold their terey Grata and other important distriat LM cents il being a less desirable clip NEW YORK FASHIONS buting points along tlie river This bant than that of llanaon Miller A Co of in charge of apt Frank Lanier and an Ueaisville are ottering SO and Ll MS CW POHTTMBB FABBIOB accommodating crew makes two triis cents but are getting no wool The oIoBs MllllNKUXV weekly from lmisville m Kentucky wool men are set against anything short No striking novelties apear as yet in river To illustrate the partiality abowa ol 33 cents The report from Washing two tone fabrics pre Loubvilie in the matter of rates no highmaterials ton Pa is that washed wool is selling dress dominating largely stripes combined er tin ill is charged from or to Louisville and ll and has been for a week at stried changeable than from Madison hid a thriving town cents afarkej k o ol Mononjrahnla are with raised dots stulls gianile mixtures tweeds cheviots a few miles below the mouth of the mer offering and have instructed their coun- Â¬ of rough camels The boat will land anywhere to put oil a try agents to take np VO9O0 poondaat and a goodly peajportion hair stulls together with plain colored small box of notions or take on a single from 20 to -- oceits according to grade Several instances where wool has sold wools constitute jusi at present leading bogabead of tobacco or a few bales of in the West Virginia panhandle at from styles As a matter of course checks are hay The Falls City has by this built up mia good trade for Loabville which can be 90 to L rents are reported Most of the very prominent often diversified by nute contrasting lines or dob Light- enlarged by the co operation of Louiswool buyers are llepuhlicuis an I the fairv stories they have told wool raisers weight wool fabrics flannels or fancy ville merchants and extended to the within the past three months are re- Â¬ ciepons intended for hoiisewear or chi- headwaters atThe river aa now navigable brings to markable They have need every means ldrens garments are so varied and Louisvide each month huinlicds of hogs to bulldoze buyers into selling at from ii tractive that they constitute a S K heads of tobacco thousands of bushels of to 17 cents and have been able to get feature among fall novelties and without saving that aUwboare wheat and bales of hav together with CUrHamd wool at those figures ahced in such matters will use Ivory corn stock of all kinds hemp and in Plahtd soap in cleansing them the only sure fact all the varied prodncteof W IfJeeaamiae llercer Franklin Owen HenSOME NOTABLE OPINIONS nN 00 means of preserving their color ry and Carroll counties A new industry s II M EDUCATTOH Ml VIlllV OKI 1IEI are apparent in new costumes the ma- next year will be a factor of the trade from Owen and Henrv counties Oyer One of the most interesting topiceof jority of skirts being very little trimmed ich trees have oeen put out n r more fiat bands stitched at either the day is undoubtedly co education and two r a milliners old seem to fulfill the hillsides leading to the river a id Demoreeta Family Magazine with New skirls have next year most of them will bear theii characteristic enterprise basset before present requirements eadera in the October number a seven gores instead of live Baring addi-Â¬ first croj is Mr Knox Brown of Onitz and other interested in the peach indusmost cxcelent symposium on this impor- tionally around the edge but still be contributors to it are titled at the top tant question Tailor made suits try believe that alter next year Louisamong the best known educators of the have lost no prestige the long coat bod- ville w ill greatly advance in importance country and comprise such mines aa ice with a back similar to that of a gen- a- - a fruit shipping center While it is most important for LouisDavid Starr Jordan Thomas S Hastings tlemans frock coat apKiring in new M II MacCiacken James M Taylor street dresses and short basques round ville to retain its hold on the trade ot Charles II Knox Kdmoiid P Piatt and or pointed waists birred yokea reversed Kcntuckyriverit is still more import Â¬ As all of these men have invisible fastenings n 8 8 Packard the familiar vel- ant irom a commercial standpoint that decided opinions on the question vet belt establish the fact that a bat a a the trade should be extended and the and are authorities on educational mat- sous dress is still presentable but it is river improved to admit of it Asa manters their viewa cannot fail to be inter- noticeable that on much the larger pro- Â¬ ufacturing center Lonanrille needs raw esting Cadet Life at Wst Point portion Of handsome costumes the S materials such as coal iron and lumber which appeals in the same iiuinler is a 11 A M first qnaliiy bias velveteen Much of these are now obtained from well written and entertaining sketch of binding is used outlasting at least three othei States at a vet v heavy expense the life of a cadet from the time he enters ordinary ones the newest binding how compared with the cost thai the Kentucky products could be delivered Point until he is a full Hedged sol- ever is The Huxbak alisolutely waterdier An excellent ie cn pt ion of the proof and of hygienic value keeping the lu return for this trade there ia opened a school and its surroundings b given and edge of the akirt dajf thus preventing market for a healthy mercantile trade as it is all written by a cadet it has the vet shoe tops and silkies Sleeves ap- DOW controlled exclusively by Cincinnati charm of local color which only one in- Â¬ pear larger tima ever lieing cut iii many merchants shipping over the Chesapeake timate with the piaee can give and the as to wrinkle belewthe elbow iV Ohio tlie Cincinnati Southern and the Kentucky Central railroads is al o enperbly illustrated article A Resides which is altogether a new feature this country is being developed into a Failure in Press Befonnnba sprightly sulci i ool i traa line tobacco growing region upon which and buiiic ions narrative showing some of with their bright colored IiismIs and linirehoiisenieu of Cincinnati already the difficulties ia the way of would lie pro-Â¬ ings oiler a strong contrast to the black have their eyes gressive young girls aaaiimiag masculine moire capes with triple collars and frills Steps have already tn eii taken to exHow to Play the Ouitar Withattire which now belong to the past the former tend navigation as far as Hickman out a Master is so clearly written and so The lieing stylish on all ordinary aceankH location lor Lock No 7 has recently been well illustrated that no mutter how far will as black green tan or bluet cloth selected just below shaker Ferry at the from a teacher one need not be ignorant capes ornamented by bias cloth bands of site of a saw mill and proceedings for the of the best method of using this rather similar material or black put on in ribbon poagession of the proerty are now being romantic iiislruinent The contei or zig zig i atterns or a colored cloth cape had in the Cnited States Court at Louis- Â¬ the magazine is further enlivened bv is fashionable devoid of trimmings save a ville There is a dam now at Beattyville several notable pieces of action the a hood but the style of it will have to be altered Home Art department teUa of Work Wl II to make it available lor use in connection for ictober Evenings the Sanitarian a lavendar blue cornflower blue and d Jameses with the lock system employed bv the SoComfortable Living livers other tints of bite every conceivOoveriinient Resides these two locks ciety Fails and Chat are full of inable tan or brown shade several of green five more will le eeeeaaary to enable teresting talk on timely topics and the Egyptian red magenta crimson or yel- boats to run to the Forks in all ataa other departments of the uiagi aine all low with lilienil black and white inter- yater At tinn s now w hen the tides are contiibute to kisqi this most excellent mixtures are all brought forward promifavorable the Isiats run along distance periodical np to its usual high standing nently in dress goods accessories or up The cost ot these locks will average millinery Bluet will be combined with THE MILLS H i THE 51 TT N lallKX each depending largely on the everything aud black and white placed nature of the dam and lock necessary It as linslerafors is estimated that for SKTOUM and certainlThe Manufacturers Record recently y- not more than iOUKD Fill announced that several of the k 1000000 the river can cotton mill companies of New England or black glossy beavers are the cornet lie made navigable at all stages to the Lee woukj build mills in the South in order stones of millinery and the majority of countv capital to bold their tradn on coaraegooda This when accomplished means more It brims are quite broad at the front still Mated at the time that owing to the and severe very few lieing crinkled or for buiisville and in fact for the State general financial depression realized Beattyville is these arched over the forehead For general than can vet companies would not commence active use the place til the defunct moire bow at the foot ot a mammoth coal field barework until there were such signs of will be supplied by bunches of black ly developed at any point The caiuiel business improvement as would enable coqs feathers atylbh hals fairly brist- coal vein there is nine feet thick anil is them to place their new stock to ad an ling with wings pins birds or ttad or- said to be sujHrior to any mined in the Broad satin ribbon leona United states On last Thursday the first mill to naments Large quantities of it take deliuite action the Massachusetts crushed closely together at each side of have been and are being exported to Lowell passed a reso- Â¬ the crown or placed at intervals around England This coal if it can be brought lution to increase its capital stock from the brim are thrust through with pins to Louisville by river will greatly reduce sistnilHm p 2400000 for the purpose of or held in place by immense jet or steel the cost of manufacturing Thedevelo investing Sukiooo in the building of a buckles Trimmiugs incline toward the uient of the entire field only awaits the the Alsakian stvle at the same time Opening of navigation cotton mill in the South Thiscompany A passenger ou unable anylonger to meet the active very small hats of colored felt and satin the Falls City on a recent trip with tlie competition of Southern mills of coarse nrani appropriate tor young persons writer declared the coal to be superior to goods determined to face the sitiTation have high trimmings massed at the left that of Wales and practically inexhaustand build in the South a mill of about side Contrasting crowns and edgings of ible 50vOUO spindles in order A hue iron ore is also to lie found in to protect its this imitation straw are very novel on trade Such action on the part of the bright colored felts toned down by rich this section The Red River Ironworks stockholders of this companv means a velvet twists ami black feathers Black said to make one of the finest qualities of great deal for the Ninth It means that and white ribbon rosettes at each side of car wheel iron in the country has parti every other mill producing the same line a glossy black beaver wkh huge buckle allv developed this industry but the lack of goods as the Massachusetts Mills must at the centre is the winter substitute for of transiHirtatiou has compelled operaof necessity follow suit Yukon Ciakkk tions to le restricted toa very small aaala The Beaton a sailor hat Iu Clay connty the salt industry alouc Advertberiu commenting on this says KENTUCKY RIVER It is an open secret that other large an outlet to cause its active devel cotton man u fact nrers in this Mate are opment Above all the whole country preparing to build auxiliary plants in the A MILLION IKJLLAR ATC KOIRI aTIoN RV is finely timbered At favorable stages loNOKKss wot 11 rKAlTKMly o KK South leaving their present mills free the logging trade is an important factor for the limn ufact ure of more suitable THKIREATSsT EMLNSK N Kl ESSAKY in Eastern Kentucky trade but the je grades This is but the discounting of riods are so uncertain aud so irregular IINE COAL IRON AMI TIMUKK conditions which have seemed inevitable thai the limber iudustry like the iron for a long time and towards which the aud coal ami salt is barely opened iCor Courier Journal South has been advancing for veara Those most interested in the develop The New England papers console The people of the upper waters of Ken- Â¬ ment ol this country say that Loabville themselves with the prediction that while tucky river are looking forward to the can do more to develop it than any other it may be true that the Sooth has cap- time when that stream shall lie navigable town or organized effort and will reap tured the baa noada trade New from its mouth to the forks at Beatty the largest returns It is bettered that England will aa able to hold its market ville almost at the foot hilsof the moan tlietoinmereial Club the Board of Trade lor the liner grab Die same advan tains and iu the center of a section of the Manufacturers Kxchange and the tages that have usde it aaaaaUa for the tine mineral country lacking only means kindred commercial bodies of Louisville Sooth to monopolize the coarse of transportation to cms its developcan by united and persistent effort se will in time give it the control of the ment The improvement of Kentukv cure the development of this regiou The liner goods as well e that is of de p interest to only need is for trtit the Kentucky Congress u half of he Stat men to work in harmony and get a snf of especial importance to ition to allow- - the work IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES MADE merchants aDd mam faeturers have i at once A lack of har BY AMElCANs DDiGHsti IN iated the e im THE Rl INs HEAR ANCIENT commn the now ver The mei BABYLON ititme gressmen An r ten or twelve miles in mm eli at ion i iai stream thai aaaaafaer from by the improvement of Kentti ky river and Eeatem Kentuckv opulent ot the tne nnd mineral ami timber cuunlrv there ink my Lacker in an ttick it hack home remain to complain Uncle Its Buck replied the warehouseman ail right Supjioee Mr Blank did get a higher price by the pile That downt J matter What folks want i an average on the whole load Now you wanted a average didnt yon Tea sah conlidentially button holing Well ou got an aver- the darkey Hat er fact Certainly you did We me ef I jjot araverage datsall 1 wants Sntlirn And he departed satisfied j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nnd Perry counties and will Knott and The Kentucky Lnion rai- njejl lias done much to develop irrainu county hot owing to the rugged formation of the county mucii of the develop- Â¬ ment must depend on the river facilities and the hope is daily expressed by the people of Eastern Kentucky that the merchants and manufacturers of Lmis ville will take the matter up in an active and aggressive manner even be felt in Magoffin Â¬ yFREMGJ J STREWS Ciimii i A I WIKY nnnrmnruTj rura Poisoned Is a source of much suffering The m should be thoroughly cleansed ot all impurities and the niooa Kepiin a healthy condition fc S S removes LOOD CHRONIC SORES ijH1a th hlnnfl and builds up the general health It is without an equal Ira F Siles of Palmer Kan says all- - IHJl r I1U loit k ivt-J- 1iut W1 a any naaBua rcn n rurminj won for two year and plysi- l i IflAf m tuicu mm ciuns saii it uuuiu nui taking iif lecn small bottles of S S S uu 1M1 13 V Ill IT J have a new lease on life I am soventy seven years old and have hid my age renewed at least twecty years by the mimm UPSIDE DOWN In the wild eager rush tut batrajaiM at TWm ttf 1 11 J IIS CI Oar TndM on Bloo4ad tnt to 1M mtiimi M1J ftoitrru 8W11 T Memo rara CO Atlanta Ga 10000 Bushels liisli Petit mm iims Thoee - Wis fir t wto have Miitl arc bow getting their reward Yu bsve tin- advantage of Our Years of Experience in Buying ami our ability to ban low ia to well known w j We want to buv 10000 bushels of quslitv Irish potatoes delivered at Har Will pav higher hers coal ard price J W MA Y It CO 9 16 to mid no comment save lll I THE PROOFS 2Q HIES ill rn- Spent in our 9 able von to enjoy HOURS wbea you tlie item- - liome and examine tliem fully down take a pencil make a memorandum at boat wliat you want take an early start o rt Iwre before the crowd and Bee liw much money you can save at our Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TABLERSDBT BUCKEYE liiJ OINTMENT All 1IKI KI2 C3 P iCURES NOTHING BUT PILES A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEST REMEDY for PILES Frirpired C7EHABX3S SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as the MiHT ST LOS Â¬ BOLD BY Â¬ REDUCED PRICES On the largest and best line ever in Rich- mond of Dry Goods of all kinds Clothing of all kinds Furnishing Goods of all kinds Hosiery of all kinds Flannels of all kinds Blankets of all kinds Hats of all kinds Carpets of all kinds Cloaks of all kinds j and on all kinds of goods that yon know are usually kept by the wide awake go Â¬ ecri DOUGLAS TURPIN 4 CO -- Architects 204 E MAiH Â¬ ii STREET Builders I RICHMOND KY j Â¬ Â¬ nce Will furtiUh ians and specifications for knd of buildingi and uperinttnd ame at the lowest price Will also contract any work in our line We are pre pared to do tlie finest work on short no11 -4-- Â¬ l ahead leader c Â¬ 1 Â¬ Confectionery For a good breakfast dinner or supper for 2j cent call on HJSTRENQ rhruu jTjxruTjiriJinjru-Lrvruiin-iJTnj- iruxruxru u 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MRS lo H MAIER STREET VSSSSSS--V-- V NO 21 FIRST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at the lowest prices and the erv accom ilatrnaj lalv clerks will take great pN in vailing on ou ia o sugar cofiee flour bacon lard and Is ot groceries and all kinds of na- ve Kl iriii and California fruits Fresh candies of a kinds Cakes pica an sndw hand Kvervthinu I i svvs ISTRENG VsVVSWsss STREMG TAX NOTICE at Jack Freemans store D ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Oil Â¬ The City Tax is now due Matting iic up Clrprts 17c up Please call and settle Office Window hares R FREEMAN City Collector 6 and 7 fa linen shade f 7 and S tanc feet Ion 30 35 c 40 and Lace curl iins 411c BARGAINS IN- 1oescomplete HATS AND AT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1m- - checked 4c Quilt lining c lacks ic paper A sorrel mare white hind feet and Pins ic paper brand on lelt hip was taken up by the Needles ic paper 6 heets commer undersigned about middle of last Juv cial note paper Owner can have her by proving propeitv for ic Thimbles ic each and paving all charges Slate pencils 2c LISLE LACKEY dozen l6 13 Ford Kv Tablets 2c each White tape ic Rubber tip lead pencils ic each Hiir pins ic box Ribbon ic yarl TAKEN UP Calico 3c up ask to see our line ot latins black 44 bleached Ctitton 5 and limireO 10 to --c shirting 15c GAPS As Long as They Last B ELDERS ARGAIH STOR our price 37 dozen caps just received from New Y 10 15 and worth ju t dWbie jc IF YOU WANT Dont 3 A CAP fail to look at this line LUMBER FOR SALE 0000 feet of lumber llarbers coal yard Safety pins Â¬ Â¬ Hair curlers 4c Ladies aid gents lldU 3c up Ink 4c Mucilage 4c 03 c cd 2 cases 12 do w crown sailors all colors for school hats our p ice 2c worth double THEY ARE BEAUTIES ASK TO EE OUR dozen misses sailors velvet crown at 40c ME- 2 ai and fencing plank to be sold at once 1 1 TOiD 1 Â¬ is ASS1CNEE Tack hammer c Carpet thread 3 Castile soip c Glycerine soip c Our comb depart ment is comHarps plete from 3c up 5c Botle coloane Pocket mirror 5c collar butons ne ic 1 THEY CANT Â¬ Â¬ HATS BE BEAT 50 PIECES TABU OIL CJOTH All COLORS 15c YARD L NO C 111 BLAKEMAN MAIN STREET Â¬ Keep a nice clean house and will sell you what you want ASK FOR THAT KEY 12 30 Â¬ WHISKY BUTCHER SHOP ry sjrwi That is made in the State at 2 per gallon delivered anywhere in the civ We have i vear old whisky for sick peope Wnes beers brandies etc and everything kept in a eood house Call and see us foe Mitchell will wait on iou with great pleasure THK VERY BEST isJ v ao 1 J - afT vmi i k 1 m W J J ninrmvii on hautl ami fbi Â¬ UUflbAAa OLD STAND 12 11 Â¬ FOR SALE Eight Thoroughbred Southdown Bucks three of then yearlings and ti spring lambs s W - m aaalHaTO- Wo will kifp Â¬ ALL KINDS OF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SQIJIRE WM WILLI Red Heusa K Ms FRESH MEATS SUCH AS POSITIONS GUARANTEED Business Colltia nosier reasonable conditions our FREE catalogue will explain why we can afford H 96 uac Dragons Practical MSHVILE TEND I The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard And will nil at tarffcat prices Ajajn 1 gae Shfrthami Penmanskip and Taia ep org money ut ihe iit- rest ut fffifiLii nM in as taMaoa 4 weeks by our mataod book4teej 1 eacnerv OOO tu eater any ccauj prepared books s J hea i Bf 7 uf 60 ICE In any jtiatr patronage ai ICE bu ICE ICE LotnaviaH ifcea t- dys rn- - j am ac HOME STUDY trial Write s and eaaUa NB Wspay 5 cashlotiii- teachers nptatadsaa prcnrWed w fcil ms JW DUNCAN CO rint S ho ws through THE CLIMAX W lack ell an Sew- - KHXESDAY Mll voritt nrult turt dav to report to Fifty I Jud- - PERSONAL Joe Chevalier speii in Win- Chester Mrs Claude Smith is visitin relatives in Irvine touted The Rkbmond Hotel J W Carrier manager was closet ou the 15th Mr AH arv Carrier baa aTMWJ to ltv J Jitliaan Lt Co F llth Ky Cav nip tone where t B I mil at tin office an MiddlcttMl went to W T levis Co P Sth Kv Cav he braaalag a Meat shop Monday lilts tliat have T t Hacker Co 8th Ky Cav At the aaajaMBaaa of the eollegixte ri ir to January 1st - Kastlaud 97 T ratter Co 1 8th Ky Cav of Danville the ue OUUOK tor a toot tal team ap l 0I Uim Liie y W J A Ii bile Co I llth Ky Cav H Pov io ie tiun out as iiie stuiems rata nirit- - ail Newton Gutter Co R llth Ky Cav K V Fitter and wife havi returned with S eontinue to come in the l rosieet hrikrht from lyiuLsvilie J P Oldham Co F llth Ky Cav eoa and we will have if no the best the or II L Price co 1th Ky cav lr Ii W lOvans aat in Win equal of any foot ball team in Kentucky W L Simmons co F llth Ky cav last Wednesday -v Work mart wanted local W Kvans has built a new Nevvby CO II llth Ky cav Capt J II Tbonaa springs bVl buckle pia boOME near the U W 11 Freeman co ti Perkinss Reg untie S I ev 11 0 was in tos Monday Third North Mo ROOtl Mt s Maud Anno of - visit Josiah Port wood co I llth Ky cav a lumber and ing Mrs Have heiiault Anderson t hetiaultco E llth Ky cav rard that be ieeiiclomngwith I that n lay is board feme Bettie Hume was in Iiichm md E Gott CO Ilillth Va move and Thi dav J C Miller co F llth Ky cav n why there should not shopping lat Thursday L J Frasea co A 4Ui Kv cav V be plenty of baaineea developed in that s A Deatberage and Jh Embrj are eld v Co M C Heath co I 17th S nit h Carolina u of the town in iesituiiiie buying stock it ir ad in ti- L H Bhuaton Chaplain Ltith Va L bice has left for Bethaay W Va We were attracted by an annaaal rii 97 E Myers co 11 Sth Ky cav he will again attend col colleeted slwnt the door of OW T J Gentry co G 1st Mo cav e lat Thursday end tl T 11 Demareeta at the rampmeeting Tom Btawaar co A 9th Ky cav a i Co were butcb- - at Louisville Southern lark J 11 Mize rU li iv F llth Kv cav iricea or that tbej were hat ing a V J Doran and wile are at the Loaw David Chenault co llth Ky cav U but ville Southern lark Campmeetiag Hurra Hill and d run on some particular 11 i Mill- - co A 1st Kv later ae discovered that it wan occasioned They will be in m xt week W II Adama was a visitor at CovingA S Gott co BSOtfa Va nire Willi- - who seized upon the ton and Cincinnati Saturday E W P U Capt co I Sad Kv Id resist time anl place to perform a marriage Wm Arnold co K South Car Peg Mrs J L McDowell of Mt olivet is iey may voteoa Novem- iiiviiiony for Mr Huston Galley and visiting friends Squire Roberta co II llth Ky cav and relatives here Whit taker J T Embry co F iltli Ky cav Mrs Jones of Loudon is visiting her ly nilit t H Brack CO A 7th Tenn Mary Muadara daughter- Mrs Sun K Scott lirand n of Koton was Jerry Starr co u 22nd Va Mrs Mary Thomas Clay of fans is t harnad to death in her house about S 0 W Cosby co B llth Ky the guest of Miss Margaret Parriah Mon lay evening Xo C W Jenkins co G llth Kv 11Miss Emma Baxter of Henry county be origin of the lire J P Whip- co 11 llth Kv ting her aunt Mrs Mattie Rice L C Kasii Capt co I 5th Kv of 45 or 50 J MIS of she a ticket it is supposed that her clothe W I Brock co A 1th Ky cav lira Mattie Gay of Winchester is visr every Boyle Duty co K Ltid Ky cav The crowd that collected while iting her daughter Mrs J K Ilurnam iiii li is uld do nothing for the unfofta- I and T M Qktliam co F llth Kv cav Mo Arnold of the i A Tnes- the wareh Owen McKee co F llth Ky cav V II were in town Friday and Satur- Â¬ Idi blown co B 3Wh Bat Va cav cjnau--k- y day Jake White co 11 Ith Kv cav M Mr John Karrell genera foreman at W C French co ti Hth Ky cav K littles K S I hire t 11 shops here lias gone to place the nan altercation which 1 N Scudder c II llth Ky cav Dauber are in at- - tin the night of the 19th inat at Sopere John Ponaldson c A 1st Tenn A C Buchanan has ao far recovered Mill in ne county just Robert Turner co llth Ky Irom his recent dim be OB the C C Manpin co F llth Ky week by tinruu killiiis him in- - streets once more Dudley Tribble co B llth Kv a companion art Miss Alice Lloyd has decided to take id Sam Meeks co 1th Ky to have lieon drinkiriL The murdered iu r Bcbolan to Estill springs Saturday J P Simmons co R llth Kv ras 2 rears Id and reidel with for a days out James Cosby co F llth Ky r at Hay ton thi W iteiitrv of SedaHa Mr QC McWilliama co K llth Ky Mo Howard who done the slioot- - is visiting hi- - nephew II C Rich Eanataarcn II llth Ky Broaddus Me- ently moved to Valley Vie from U West Main street county RELIGHJl lb has been regarded as R D Campbell of Whites station He in en sick for several dav but is im- Â¬ M s i ildren How ard t tit in ii proving however u and bronght to Kichtnonl by our J H Cunningham of Williauistown r y man and tl Appointments for the ensuing year - attended the lum ral of Mr- - Sallie Cun- Â¬ Jessamine stithoriLexington District Jus Kami P F r the ningham last Saturday Hi examining tr Lexington WT Boiling Hill Street Mr Tom Fox ry county K I Soiithgate F worth Chapel town on Saturday and was the T light lltisitTN Spears I B Baird Paris II V Moore ty that Franli A II Wagers of In inc Kv spent Erankfort F s Poliitt ater part of last week with rela-ier- Versailles J O A Vaught ir and and at Ford tieorgetown M W Him r all now expect to hear Copeland Paymaster oti the R Wincliester II o Henderson ult killing 1 B K K was over li t T Mt Sterling C J Nugent Turley ling a N Fort PJ Ivs-art bosjse while di oensing the BeedfuL cto- Grassy lick J J Johnson F Corzelius proprietor of the Hotel is up th Mi bib town W s Griastead tirlyndon left Mors iay morning on a Of Inteicst tn arreaac 51 n Hinton W W Chamberlain visit in the South Mt Hope J H Willians explains Mis A lie English of vTilTiainstown New Columbus C L Humphrey be t Miss iattie Iarrish at her Swallowlh ld Mission J M Johnson Rl HMoM K morphine n the Red House pike Ageal American Bible Society G S He W IS tlkv II Mrs Walter F lark and chiidien went Savage to West Irvine for a short vi it at the Covington District IIP Walker P borne of ber sister Mr- - 97 H lark Covington i II Means Scott Street J I Bergman of Irvine was in town W Mitchell Eleventh street Church anl lay He came to meet his wife on i liim--- New port E i limns They have ber return from a visit at Pittsburg Mann C S how P Highland W A Cooper Pa ilumn under the ro Augusta and Foster M S Clark Miss Florence Barlow who is now pubtractiug the total wantage from the California W J Doran J CMinorSupv ng for the Southern Magazine Mr K K icity correctitjn of i Ma and Independence J M W ille is spending several days with Mr the result being the total net n the sidere Falmouth T W Parker nd taxable her friends in Richmond i merit ol zallons Carrollton Robert limer Mary Iattie who only by ling a Berry W T Benton t Ky out the Os or ls or is at home Pet II Marimon Iuv to be present at the weddi i uiar methoiL Warsaw William Shoesmitb Sallie P Cobb and William H the new revenue law which de- Â¬ T J Fiz r karflle mand fractions intlm taxable Webb Morning View W F Wvatt woik of proving the proof Lev K i McClure spent Monday af Walton P 11 Hoffman G N Buffington Ions column- incn Cynthiina George W Voting a in Richmond while en route to Cincinnati Bat I have Jisehverwl a short and infal Williamstowa I F Bedinger He was appointed by the KenIrvine eliverinjc bio rnle for proving Take my ten tucky Conference to the awreiieeburg Bracken Mission E K Kidwell beard barre cut per ceuU odhiile W W Green circuit i without with proof and ti Select High School TI Drjdd Miss Kixla Wilson returned yesterday Proof uble Richmond whither she went with Shelbyville District John Peeves P I tor Mi Mary who matriculated Shelbyville J U Savage 43111 k a line sperimeu i t at Malison Female Institute Siuipsonville TJ M lntyre n the wy u tl 453 Tayloravilie George Froh M II Bruuai ab Orchard 4350 Bit ilield W W Siwites President L V Hodge of Berea Kv Mr Powell is well pleased with hi Newcastle II 15 Cooper aide the Climax office a pleaaant 41 4lV men are invite t Port Royal J s Walker 4 J4L call last week 424 He reports that their col 44 44 s lege rear begins to day the 20th inst Cumpbellsbtirg II C Wright 4177 437 y morning wi Bedfort i W Crntrhfield and that the usual or a larger attendance 4 41h1 It It to - MB though Milton W H Winter is expected milled Prestonville G W Posvvell 43tVJ Mia Boas Wagera of Irvine was in MB ieeburj or perchance gal Lagrange and Eminence T J Godbey The town on Mon lay afternoon Sw was on ritb the snowy locks of oneoi and the taxable gall Pcewee Valley J P Strother are the her return home from NicholasviiU Piea tiieville J W Fitch As the taxabk additions correct where she ha been with her daughter Chrwtiansburg W H 11 Hitzler ire the same as the proof gallons nnie who is a matriculate at Jesi iratz J W Gaadner minus the last figures in the proof jiai samin Female Institute Mr Jar Thurxhi Potbgrove J W Crj that if tiiose excluded Mis Margaret Martin daughter of i ntertametl a Bather of his Shelbyville School W T Poynter l Ik- - added and the result sub- Â¬ 11 L Martin of Midway and oiiie on Mai tracted from the total proof gallons the Mayvviile Distric- t- D W Robertson P l them a eooa Mapper all the nee remainder will Ik- the taxable gallons her friend Miss Elisabeth Jetierson of Louisville wui biiti October Sd for an Mavsville T W Watts il to make Thus beginning at the bottom of the led tour through Europe Egypt - Iioh- last Muysville and Helena L Robin ialttla le rw on the extreme right of the proof and the Holy Land They will be mem- - sn ill he Mr Crutclier wil 8 8 9 9 and ii make jrallons 4 7 S i Millersburg W M Pritt Rnall select party in charge of auaty and serve them up - ibtract this from the 43855 and Ftemingsburg W T Rowland tine Shaw an experienced travelin tl e sitme manner Those the result is 4lii the same as the taxable ler who baa Tiiton and Neptune M T Chandler conducted more than twen-ty-rlC Cratelier of Nielio Hillaboro K C Savage parties of ladies throaah lairope K SI ikelfonl lid there be nn excess the increase Mt Carmel D P Ware The young ladies expect to spend their Wools nault Jr C in the taxable gallons caused by the ex- Sharpabarg and Bethel J R Peeples tUiristnias holidays in Home and then II Evaaa Jr aaat be taken from the total of that visit Naples Athens Carlisle TT Taliaferro Alexandria Cairo The oilowh perl of naaeaav- - column so that it wHl balance with the tlie Holy Itnd and I an as us returning Owingsville E l Holmes I applied tliis rule tt We liave ex Â¬ proof aaflaaa iinty jail Sv Ivandell S H Point through Constantinople Hungary and amined the jail and its sanitary coli IL barrels jaugci at Silver Creek and Austria spending the last live Mt Olivet W A Penn weeks in ssible under the or iaaaal that it saved me manv hours of Paris They will be absent six Shannon and S ardis J I Redd months The interior and exterior are lmrd work Baapaetfally iennantovn T I Cook fYomiford Sun and the trnnls in trood Fiis ii Tiiton Vanecbnrg V K Struve A Redd came over from Mt SterBar t auger I wlsaiaassaa rJeaady and well ToIIsUto J R Wor1 ling and preached at Providence Sunday We find in lilnral quantity Hover M V Morgan afternoon and at the Methodist Cnnrch i BE Coi1 Bl rOB l ail ecotiomii aily and safely maii- Mom field B H Wightman in Richmond in the evening He was I 8 iNTKKNti Baraxi the Imililings well 3red for the Ruddles Mills J W Hams Presiding Elder on the Shelbyville Dis- Â¬ Ky S pt BD 1894 1uiimivii prisoners humanelv treated and no eoaa-Kinnev Miss K Allen trict during the years 1888 and 91 incluOn niul Sd f thf 7 lrou tliem as to bed ledilin Miliersburg Female ollege C Pope sive one year at Millersbtirg where he Diatrint or treatment by anv official of the Danville District W F Naughan P E Sirs- - I am sure you will join me in was professor of Creek in the Millersburg Danville W FTaVlor school in PL and ii was stationed at thanking ganger French Tipton for the a J M Harrodsburg J R Deeting ry of the simple but effective rule Mt Sterling and lias bean placed in Niholasville J K Wright and F W Tom the site oi an old for proving the proof and taxable gallons charge of this the Richmond and Provi ii iiis farm i onsistintr of a plated dence circuit We welcome the brother Noland I cheerfully reconrmend it Perryville K H Qodhay and bespeak for him the hearty support spoon enrraved Webrter H C H Booas of the churches here It a probably o Mackviiie S W Peeplei handle For the departing Collector i haplin W T Eokler minister Rev F S Poliitt with whom cafaia by some atratU and E A IcClure we have an acquaintance of four years nrvhn rk aud was broSBjht to tygfat by DIED who goes to Frankfort we have naught Salt River U U Weiuoiii to liav Savisa L j Wallace He is a thereover 30 yean as the eahin was Miss Ktta Todd aged twenty years an but atonal of commendation worthy man and fully deem ling of all The Web-- inmate of the Christian Church Orphans Wilmore J A Sawyer vwi Ifflore the war jioiind Ii Rryantsville to be supplied Home on Jetierson street near Eighth the confidence respect ami esteem that iar- Stanford W E Arnold by tlie Willie Ho epteniber - at that institution of can lie given him by his new charge ipoaa The -- j - en at Richmond and Providence A Redd u The decease had been His object is to save souls and to this Hill IlFCosbey the Climax oii at the home since she was fourteen years end alane he laliors Somerset E H Pea ran of age and formerly reside J at Richmond The following is a roster of The HariHlsbnrg Democrat gives Moreland F M Hill The funeral took place Sun- - nrates who reported at these beadquar- the following amount of donations for Ky rahraatar and Junction City J Nelson orniug and the interment was in niber lth as an escort to aaty liarbeclie last SaturAsburv College J M Hughes Lt ien John 11 Gordon who delivered five sheep six hogs two in Cave Hill cemeter day Seventy of Richmond bi famous Middlesboro District C F Oney P E Mrs Sallie Wainscot Cunningham died to the citizens beeves four calves twenty bush September 1lst at the residence of her lecture upon The asi Days of the Coii- Middlesboro M F Moores 8 a wagon Pineviile F A Ravage load spring mother Mrs af Dk Wainscot 09 ii twentt doen uanler Itli eek J E Ford chickeus fifteen hams tomatoes ami a Main street in ay C Boswell great lot of other nod The committee ilness Her disease was purchased liKKi loaves of bread eaaaaaaaatad with malaria she was a stor A E Colgrove Whiresburg and Hindman V J Ten ok this immense amount of food membtrof ihe Methodist church Her EsTive Count on the 23d insr by ti Ragan funeral wa- ten cords of wood was purchased S Poliitt at the Methodist Dent Soatl Jackson and IVattyvilie 0 II Creet ork of bar eterred in llth Ky Cav Irvine F Joi irehan the ue landw and making tl J P McC reary Msjoi J L West -- oup at oo Friday four Inclc Kule Williams was thi i i burg J the Ini caterer of tlie occasion He ty J W Heats her tawYirai aapaTaaaiat of forti years and igldt W B- J 3 oatfs w tail- iii otiiifiee ui rKt Brattoo Jeffreys Battery Va rril Capt Co E Hth Ky Cav W T Puerson Co B 11th Kv bora lt Co F llth Kv Cav Harvey Edison Co F llth Kv Cav J Italian Co B llth Ky Cav I ClavCity Chandle Harlan to be supplied an Hampton transferred to Hoi stoii Conference GIF It ITES 1 fag 1 1 i ii--- - oi Â¬ 1 1 tk 1 l Jl t 1 - i -- - i Â¬ Tiie new school house in District No An exchange contains the following- wt- - burned down last week It is ap The longest drouth in thi- country of posed the maps and charts were Bl which we have an account was in 17iU- Partial Justice MetiMl Out to the Slaver of on lire as they were burned when the when no rain tell from May the t man got there and the other furniture a period 125 lays Many farmers had Matt Tmll to Ei gland tor hay and grain Tlie case of Will Todd accused of the was saved Put even that was not SO bad M murder of his brother Matt on the night Life Bad Death at ill- If o pital seven years summer fiom which Europe of February llth has occupied the atKv s City Mo Sept 20 1884 suffered several hundred years ago And tention the circuit court for the past in recent limes Australia has had just w ek The ease fan been defended by At the last election Kansas City went such a period- seven year- - of drouth lions W P smith and A R Ilurnam Republican I went Democratic I ai o and and thousands of sheep died and the prosecution was conducted by went out of the City Hospital where I for lack of past well as water Commonwealths Attorney P A Criitch bad held a pothion for the last twelve farmers were obliged to abandon their er and J A Sullivan Owing to the in months At the hospital I had charge of disoition f Judge Scott John Bennett the supplies My business was t check homes and seek employment in tlie was appointed as Special Judge The of all kinds including the laundry jtirv in the case which was only obtained M e was too much politic I was half list doctor aud half business with dilliculty was composed of the fotor much business There were only manager When I was not sawing of llowing persons Samuel Griggs D C legs was sorting potatoes and when I about 150 cattle on the market Aucti- Â¬ W A Arbuckle K Offntl aaya there was Parker was not weighing the ice I was giving oneer Capt Nat I N Douglass W C BiggerKtafT Silas inquiry for good feeders but thev chloriforra in a laperotrwny This pleasAlexander Samnel Shearer K Jasper were not on the market bunch ol ant pastime might have gone on inleti- Powell Tipton Parks Bice Benton and common of about Iimmi reight rrsul not the Republican iuv Francis Montr The case was vigorously sold at 245 per cwt ones would tion committee suddenly discovered prosecuted and on the other hand no I vva- - a su ei iiiiinerary addition to thethai have brought 3 cents A lot of fat heifinstone was left unturned to clear the pri- stitution and alter chopping off my er- of 1600 pounds sold at 1290 per soner or at least to mitigate the severity Work mules tw and three years cwt heid they abolished my of the law The names f the attorney old o at sol to C per herd one pair and dit sled uiy raiment among the other for the defendant are sufficient to sub- members i the staff good mare limbs sold at -Thirty stantiate this statement as t good farm Sonthdo and six I secured At the hospital however known jeiitlemeii having taken tlie case many advantages for which lam pro- bucks sold at 3 per head in hand would give to it their best abil foundly grateful and also gained an Id 19 Auctioneer Bennett Pr ws- - this done that the amount of experience that I am willing yearling cattle of 600 pounds weight at -writer has heard complaints made of 170 ior head to lisp me of in small lots orquantil shown in the interests of their client suit the purchae Hog- - seem to be holding their own recourse action was eminently Oar sick were the poor of the city markably weil in the way of prices and proper and was just what should eThey same from the ranks f the unre at this time there is no of a of anv high toned member of the ind unwashed Our daily av great reduction Hog- - have paid bar At till times the court room was was about 100 a third of which than any dass of farm stM k for crowded to its fullest capacity by people were fi eve I may safely say three years and are proving theme from ail parts of the county Greater in- - that one half of the panerism b to be the best class of stvk for farmers tias seldom been taken in a murder found in our charitable institutions is to depend on one year with another trial than has been in this on account of ctly or indirectly to in-Â¬ -- - II IHIht f F DtUtOCtftl the relationship af the murderer to hi temperance Men get drunk break and There were a large number of cat victim Mr Sullivan for the Commonk and the city has to take care the market at Mt Sterling on the 17 an wealth made one of the ix st efforts of of them Many of these jieopU- have prices on good cattle were firm and high his life and those who heard it will not been well fixed One easel will cite is There was a brisk demand for extra soon forget his impassioned appeal for that of a man who was raised in affluence era and nearly all choice offerings were the protection of societ our homes and He married into a good family and is scld There was a large crowd in town our families The speech of Hon Ben now a pauper in the county poor house anl business generally showed improveCrutrber Commonwealths Attorney t of drink During my year ment was needed by all to be one of the most at the hospital I only recall two Jews as able an masterly efforts ever made in inmates one of them had been sand bag To I leans The Sytarax The jury which had the ged and was brought here in an uncon- this county Effectually yet gentlv when costive case from Thursday afternoon until about - condition and died without or bilious or when the blood is impure or 11 oclock Friday morning rendered a identified sluggish to permanently cure hab verdict of guilty and fixed his punish- Â¬ number of uegr es are compara- constipation to awaken the kipneys and ment at life imprisonment Ten of the tively few The Irish were in the maliver to a healthirrita jurymen P Ongg- - W A Arbuckle jority rJafortunate girb deceived and ting or weakening them to di pel hcad I N Douglass 97 C Riggerstaff Silas deserted would often seek the hospital use Syrup of Figs Alexander Samnel Shearer F as an asylum in which to hide their Post silver belt buckle pin with v Powell Shipton Parks Rice Benton uid shame remember one cans of a beau-Â¬ Francis Montz were in favor of a death tiful young girl who became a mother in engraved on it Bring to this office and sentence but the other two Samuel the hospital last fall When her baby receive reward - and UJL Parker were for life im was thiee weeks old she got pern Groceries retailed at wholesale prices prisonment No appeal has been taken town town She did not return to by at thi date The follow ing brief history her infant and it was afterward adopted Have Chenuiit e two for-a- of the crime may be of interest to those by some people in Kansas Another one of our readers who have not heretofore of these unfortunates came there under nickel cigar Try em and youll ike em had opportunity to obtain the particulars an a siiiiied name She died and left an Get your dinner at Weeks zc infant two weeks old who will never matt roan thk vh tim It ou want anything nice to eat call on know who its mother was We have Fine oysters good steak was an elder brother Mackey boys i I I Â¬ i Â¬ 1 Â¬ The heresy charges sgainat T W T Poynter o been with drawn by the Kentucky Conference of the M F Church South The next Conference will be held at Wincliester The assessment on the Conference in behalf ol the Wesle van College at Winchester was raised from tZJQQQ to SliKxi to enable them to secure a man of ability character and excellence to act as head At the Kentucky Conference recently held at Frankfort Bishop Duncan defined education as Iwing truth for the intellect goodness for the heart and grip lor the will A resolution was adopted by the Con- ference that it would do everything in it power to aid in tl of the Mil lersburg school A Redd has ben appointed by Con ference as the minister for Richmond and Providence churches this year We wel come the gentleman and wish him Cod speed in his work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 notice hv rinted at the C job print tad then well yea lake our word lor it Last Wednesday night at abe oclock across the river in Jessamine penary Jesse Howard shot and killed Beet Jones Jones was-- an itt young man and the only support of a widowed mother a lister and a vounger brother The people of this community regret his death as what they term tardly deed He was taken to near Edenton mis county and buried Friday Ue was a eeaeia Of WT Jones who represented Jessamine county in the Legislature a few years ago aud at pres- Â¬ ent a Councilman in the city of Lexington if I mistake not Howard was carried to Nicholasville Thursday to await his trial He is a married Baa with I Â¬ Â¬ Stuck Items Wm Robinson of Fanleoaer sold to Monte Fox for Wcihl 93 head of export tattle for November delivery at live Hood Worthing cents per pound sold to Fox H head of exporl fl lo They averaged 141 pounds icier Davidson sold to W S Be for Lehman one car load of cattle for October delivery at 4 cents us Dunn sold to Farris d Whitley of Boyle countv head of hading cattle cent- 1108 poaade at exrt aJfll0AP C99io PURE bONT ACCEPT miTAT0N5 CO THE PTIOCTET CJtMSLE ti CUT family T T t lo Richard Gentry bought Tneaday from of Gai rard one ot the aaeet bunches of leaders in Centra Kentucky an paid the fancy pi ice of I cents for them They will be delivered Nov band Dei will then average aboit 1400 John Scott HERE And IdrocuA WE ARE mi M Will and Nelson Uay soM Monday to Farmers have cut the most of their Simon Weihi agent of Lehman Pi tobacco bat are baring some trouble in Baltimore head of export cattle for curing it on account of the wet weather October delivery at rents The lot Thomas Smith was thrown from his will average no les than 1300 pounds horse a few days ago and very badly and is perhaps the largest and finest KIC WE Bflmm a m m sat Who THE NEW aWE MERCHANT TAILORS hurt Hold in Clark county II Si WHEN YOD NEED NEW CLOTHING iv go articles can be bad berc f r l termlned to sell loi1s and at customers - LATEST STYLE TAILOR MADE CLOTHES e lta partment t are UNSURPASSED bi ant ofiered br a in RICHMOND -- IMPORT EVERYTHING NEW EVERYTHING I NOBBY EVERYTHING STYLISH Our cotter MR ii C STOCK f of satisfaction to our patrons - even il at our A PLEASURE FOR US TO SHOW x lIi THI READY MADE CLOTHING In tlii Pttli iii K ti gl Mt the city -- we have tisa ttl We are niak r t 11 n h B - Â¬ NATIiN II pant Suit - want a Hi iti -- -- Pretty Â¬ I iiiila atiil I Â¬ 11 i i TORIES SCE0QLF1ELB 1 COMFAIT JT Â¬ Im- I Â¬ - JOB WORK IF C- Â¬ 3DO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX PRINTING COMPANY CAN FURNISH Â¬ to thkg IM Is frW Ijps I 1 - - 1 1 Â¬ I 1 U- prf i 1 Â¬ - Â¬ I Â¬ i t i i t Â¬ j sa Â¬ ami the were part of the family of Frank anl Mary E Todd The members of the family had bean in the babit of having serious disa greements among themselves Some months before this sad occurrence place the mother died when at once more difficulties arose which finally culminated in the atarder of Matt Todd by his brother William assisted by a colored man Jesse Hatton The victim Matt was at home in a little cabin Some distance from the home of the family where he lived alone and about Sit oclock on the evening of February llth 1804 some one tiivd two loads af buckshot into his body killing him instantly and breaking the lamp by the light of which be was reading a paper The reports of the gun were heard by neighbors but they not suspecting anything paid no attention to them other than to note the fact The body was nt discovered until about lock Sunday morning iti Officers the family and neighbors were at once summoned and suspicion soon rested on Jesse Hatton a colored man who worked for the Todda and later on Wm Todd a younger brother Tin- negro accuses Todd ol committing the urinie and later Todd accuses the negro Hatton says lie was offered money to do the deed but after drawing tlie gun up two or three times he could not pull the trigger when Will steped up and sent both loads crashing through the hotly of his unsuspecting and unprepared brother Txid is said to have made a confession of his crime to J S Collins but on the trial lie entered a general denial The negro also inculpates other members of the family but on this subject we refrain from comment The gun with which the deed was done was found secreted at the Todd homestead in the buggy house at a place designated by Will The general verdict of the people as openly expressed both before and since the verdict is in favor of hanging and mucli dissatisfaction is expressed with the sentence but in the main thev are content to let the law take its course In connection with this subject and by request of bevera citizens we will next week reproduce a history of the last legal hanging that tsok place in Madison county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i C011KESPUNDKN0E VLIEV VIEW Â¬ Corn cutting time has couie Tobacco is being housed with a rush for fear of ail earlv frost The Kentucky River is rising slowly at Neurlv past fording this place A K Rood M F Wliarton of Irvine who has leased saw mill was in town i i i i 1 i 1 ler - - last week Our clever telegraph operator H II Poston went to Richmond Friday on bush A new road i ifoing to be opened up ng to Tattlers Branch am inter W H with the Jacks Creek pike near Ay ers gue t eproduc Hill school h and is a never r ail ma- We saw a wril Warrant laria week whic Cant to to ias aver year tasuraace a- Tarley Powel had many such An id man came there last fall suff ering trom the effects of a protracted spree and exposure It required six weeks hard work to bring him out and six more before be was strong enough to He said he weald never yo o work drink again I got him a position as mt engineer at the hospital and he made a good workman The first money be went on a spree was run over by acable car and brought to the hospital where he died of his utjnrieain a few days I could tell yoq of many such We have a class of men that we cases term regular customers They go on peri idical sarees when they have money and are seat to the hospital when their condition beeemea alarming Thev will come four or five times and then they will make their last trip and be buried We bare at this time sevby the city eral standing candidates for these pauper funerals bright intelligent foUows who always go out swearing to lead solver lives but w ho turn up regularly within the next two or three months Among the interesting cases at the City Hospital us a man named John Iler zog He is about A0 years old anl a Geraaan He has learned the art of silence For three years he has not sp ken a word to any living ereatnn yet he is neither deaf dumb or sicK He is stnmg and healthy One of his peculiarities is that he will only obey one person and when set to work he will continue at it until stopped He is a living and pel feet human machine working in silence It is related that several yean ago he was crossed in love and that he has vowed eternal silence to the world Be that as it is he acts more like a horse than a mini When he needs a clean shirt it has to be put on him and his old one taken away tine paeaJmrity about him is that he will only receive orders i when sta iding in a certain place which is in front of a little tall house near the kitchen iast winter the snow drifted aliout waist deep at this place and when I would order him to work the old goose would wade through tiiis deep snow and staud there with the mercury below ero until 1 gave him his orders to go to I used to put him to tilling up work the coal boxes in the female wards and forget all about him until some of the women would come down and tel me to ring him oil as he was piling the coal up to the ceiling i once put him to scrubbing tlie steps and went off And when I returned some liours later he had scrubbed all the paint off and was still industriously at work Another cranky aaa is that his foot must ail be on rlie table when he sets down Anything added after that is left anteaobed no matter how tempting it may be 1 could write columns on tlie iiliaaju cissies of this strange man but t sufficient to show the charai Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Joe old ham or a first class nitai served on short notice at his old stand 25 cts lor dinner at Weckesers WE PUBLISH THE Wasted Pair of work mares twelve or thirteen Must be sound aud hundred weight kind Inquire of M K Pasco Berea Kv Week -- ells best flour at 45 cents St RICHMOND CLIMAX J Out of the beat weekly newspapers in Pcwell Turley pay all fire losses 4 Cream flour cents at Weckesserp To My Friends and f ushnners Fully restore to health I am now at woik in my simp and am ready for your patronage I have on hand a splendid variety of samples from which you can select anything vou wi h cut and trade horn the latest fashion plates My work is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Call and see me Thanking you for past favor- - I solicit a continuance of the same ti Sll UIIAt 15 17 ONLY 150 PER YEAR All fre losses paid 07 Powell Turley Fire Fire Powell Turlev Your dealer sells Racimo Cigars CLIMAX PRINTING CO RICHMOND KY known citizen ot 3- - v vvel A M BatleV Fire is a good servant but a bad Eufne Oregon 3c Turley Powell 3 master troubled NEW ADVERTISEMENTS with chionii vears been rhoea and u ed manj remedies vvi mm m worthy 3 2 relief until she tried Chamberlains Colic which Reraedv Turley Cholera and Diarrhoea Ablaze will start Powell has cured her sound and weil itive it a 32 On Monday October trial and voj will be surprised at the between 10 a m and 4 p m I and 50 cent relief it affords Fire insurance Powell Turley 3 2 prompt bottles for sale bv W F Powers a etc at the Richm i We have the best companies Powell S Hagan Turley 3 2 ture in good condition Irving W Larimore physical ii While in Chicago Mr Charles L Iowa saji Dei of V M C A Kahler a prominent shoe merchant of JOE v recommend Cham he can con- Des Moines Iowa had quite a serious berlains Pain Balm to athletes pmnasU time ol it He took such a severe cold bxvclists foot ball ptavets and the that lie could hardly talk or navigate but profession in genera for aswists sprains the prompt use of Chamberlains Cough for soreness and md dislocations Remedy cured him of his cold so cjuicHy When a stillness of the muscles that others at the hotel who had bad colds before the part becosM swelled it will sd his example and half a dozen per IS NOT SATISFIED effoct a cure in one hall the time ui son ordered it from the nearest drug For sale by W F Powers and reiiuired store They were profuse in their thanks with being the bast magazine ever pofc T S Hagan druggists lished in the South to Mr Kahler for telling them how to It enre a bad cold so quickly For sale by Dont wait until jau are binned out field- wishes to cOvrr thoroughly the whole every reading fam- W F Powers and T S Hagan druggists Powell 5c Tart ilv in tl Powell Turley prompt and trust PI1RI It RAI F WflblHa El LatC ilo Â¬ - Fires like death and taxes have been in the world since its creation Pcwell Turley 3 How s This The To ii it Turlev Arc 3 2 been reiUveti 10 yu insared Powell Turley 150 icris ci a Year grow But bet- - We offer One Hundred Dollars ReAn elegant new I hiclcermg ward for any case ol Catarrh that cannot sale Apply at this office 15- be cured by Haiis Cstarrh Cure Look out Uv fixes as well as storms o Props Toledo O F JCii 3- Turley We the undersigned have known F J Powell Cheney for the last 15 years and believe ou in it Insurance n If Are him perfectly Honorable in all business in it ey transaction and financially able to carry Who have the best compan its A out any obligation made by their firm - I WesTSe Tula ICIMO Toledo O me VLDiSb Kixkan Halls Catarrh Cure I Marvin i Whole- Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo O taken internally ood and mucous Tesli- Dont neglect your insurance Tortq Powell I surfaces bottle mon 0 I I I I lodgs I to utilize them until HOEVER YOU ARE China can depend on u Chinaman to do his duty coneeientioa Richmond Lolire No is meet second I Dr Crawf rd was telling how in the HEREVER YOU ARE S in each month and fourth war with Fntuco several years ago a P Bcsthersge Ma ter J Speed Smith shell was shot from a Chinese gun into ir HATEVER YOUR TASTE GRASS ROUTE an a French ship and tin Onr fare in China lent oookn ieli Chapter No hf Richmond Royal explosion which world seriously In meiU thifd Tueadaj in each month Gobi district was fvr baa outside the Comfort A rmmieii Cnlqua Slanner of It did not explode P Annec II P Speed Smith tor than in Turkey or Persia and for Jure the vessel Uljolng of nil Caaet Some Storioa Reg Richmond Comnm They got skilled men to extract the this reason wa are better able to en- Â¬ Uay of the Are Told To Shortest and Quickest Route from Cc A plate dangerous shell from the timbers of ular meeting the first Tuesday in each dure the increased hardships Verllota Rendered Kentucky to All Points Hon -the ship and after much cure the month Visiting Sir Knights are cordial of sliced meat stewed with vegetables I shell was taken out and carefully h invited to aitcnd S P Deatherage and served with a piquant sauce sliced Throcih and South-wet- When Pulaski county was first settled opened to le found filled with mudl K EC I Speed Smith Recorder radishes and nious with Tfltaagar two it Kikville Muii on Lodg in KM a class of Indian traders and The wily Chinamen hawing a train aervice betwet- loaves of Chinese mo mo or steamed Srfturta evening before th- - lull and a pot of tea woold usually stock thieves overran the county and science extracted the powder sold It mi eis in every month nati Middlesborough K W Moore W moon usabout three nnda quarter cents terrorized the law abiding pioneers till and put In the mud M R V Whitiock Secretary and Knoxville Tenn apiece Everything- in China is sliced forbsaraaes ceased to be a virtue with Kingston Lodge No 71c at Kingston VILLAGE LIFE IN MEXICO - them and they met In a mass conven Â¬ so that it can le eaten with the ehopand Points on meets Saturday evening Ix tore the lull I length teamed to tion and nominated and elected Com- Â¬ A Humdrum rililcno with liut Few At Â¬ moon in even ni nth v vVie N If TOCI want elcan tender juicy steaks call on us We keep the very I dM manipulate with sufficient dexterity to fort A Freeniaen their justice of tho A K traction S None bat the liest batchers emplored ainl host meat of all kinds peace squire 1 reemaen bays a im A glance about the streets reveals a 0111 1I1 st at pick up a d n a rr Jus il MS-Ib te make a specialty of delivering neat promptly and at titexact time it tainment in the chop stick urt The cago Tribune correspondent greut monotony of color und outline Satudat in even mtwith John F Chinese have rather a sour than a but a slight idea of what the state stnt writes T J Hughes in the Chautau- - W M J II Tin m Secretary is wanted Indies especial I invited to call and an our new slioj and I tooth Hamilton Lovtse No 7 S at Nagar is rarely used in uts contained therefore his justice quan Fnbroken lines of one story John I do business as aaything and never in ana The court was run upon the appearance and houses form narrow dirty gutterlike Union City meet aeeund Souid V in the wav we M OLTH BUI olm I Hamilton character of the charges preferred ns streets The yards and gardens which everj stool h h the higher steeped h i ig See Common horse make with their semitropical trees lolin I s use are really more tasty with- Â¬ the squire termed It Daniel H on Lidge No isov Eta ne a rr sense and general principles In evi- Â¬ and plants delightful Interior courts inal out it ive in even He held his court under a whose abundant foliage hides the bovougb meet third S dence cSc hi- H JA1- S Old Win Beanctt W month PERILR AT SCHOOL cltv tor of plum trees that was thickly houses f t village at a distant view ham Secretary Lve A stump of covered with grapevines rr fans are now themselves concealed and M John A Berca Lodge No 017 F w Irrsi Ient of France Once C T WELLS Manager How the AFT atree he used as a table The jury used everything looks barren and desolate Flunked Johnson W If a hewed log for their seats the specta Â¬ The only relief is the plaza with the ArrI o o 1 Once during the school days of the tors need the most convenient spots V on cool and delightful shade of thlckly LvDew president of the French republic Madbofi ricets every 14 the ground red tint Early reminiscences as planted orange banana and palm trees hi professor in geography asked him Mon 11 at their hail on Main street F i in the fabric can told by the old settlers say that in the be readily defTHE The ancient appearance of houses I LiptCOn rural I I Frazee Secv Perier give us the exact position and early part of ls iO AVIlhelm Kestruxs er-I rr and streets is more like what one and Boone Encampment No someetseven the latitn Lve ll cow wandered far away from her pas Â¬ the mir Ierier crossed his ture field of water lilies and cattails would expect to find In Jerusalem than lirt and tnil Thursday in OJJ Fellows rr m lm F J Richmond u will Da Main strci tly apon his king and no trace of herwherealwmts was to in a nineteenth century republic lvi- - 01 thness luster richi Oriental features are everywhere eOaV I ipacomb C P L be rk for the cry perplexed One of his neighbors be found until the following spring OF no matter h w thick the mon women carrying Immense water Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No whispered to him a v aswer material when a worthless character and land jars passing to and fro sleepy eyed eta iecond Thursdai ia each month box will whereupon the professor gave Una the squatter by rr n the name of McTurtle had lasy donkeys loaded witii cane until si Odd Fellows Hall C R Tudor Cap DUH0C JEESE7 aet as a seat the loard wit exact position of this little group STAND FOR CUT FLOWERS the cow in his possession and refused to nothing but their ears are in sljfht tain L J Frazee Clerk rr K which belongs to the i riant give her up Mr Beanruz replevied the prodded along by the sharp pointed KNKM IS 111 HONOR flow to Make Onr That I Orna mtal 1rench establishment of Tahiti aud v cow and evidence during the trial BREBDSRS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS this famou- - Lve and lot Nol KxpenKlve after a short paaae and with a little in favor of Mr Kestrux and the was bticks of merciless masters dirty meets Amity Lodge No 15 K eourt ragged rnd often naked children wal- Â¬ even Friday evening in the of II Fellow breed ofhntjs in Severn1 Stitts A splendid lot of pigs lor sale trom reitered stock Arr Jell me A loose bunch of col in a Lve ip irony said Vou ought to so Odd SdwTISEACTlON GUARANTEED CTbvreapoodence solicited Addi decided The justice of the peace lowing In the dust mid great wheeled Vrr K know that Perier heeawwe it is thanks II C at while in the net of entering Ma verdict anciciit lookln ox carts with immense hall W 7 oclock Reporter Rice Dictator K ur grandfather that France ac- upon Rowland R H his docket overheard MeTurtlo loads women burros children carts Ky ver clis- - quired the as NORTH- KNIGHTS Of- rYTHIAS arts remarking Nothing been and Innit straggling along In the middle of the I I w ivnn- - of the world 11 S o igh his Wh K P mce So 4 that calf His honor was etrotistieal and graceful and entreaties that the dusky queen street The muddy waters of the Rio er Wedocadsv evening st Odd Fellows and walking up to him seized him by trnml0 separates us from a people just arr enough for this pur- - of tl Is was induced to come Lie ataopis C C F ay you COW thief give more different from ourselves than hall at oclock the throat rjTLnnjTJxnjinrutJUTJxriruTJxrutxiriJtr ami the men W Miller K of R and S aeraup that calf or Ill pound niggerheads otal The many across the waters tion still remember c out of you The calf was given up Life among the young folks is of but ted the event Perier Charles lllaekstone being charged few attraction to one who has experiblush erably but holding his with stealing a slab kind razor back enced Its enjoyments in the Inited ball as i higher answer the prof hog the evidence was against him States All Innocent amusements prac- Â¬ with his quick and peculiar diction I will most certain - this lea-- and the eourt instructed his bailiff to ticed by us are unknown There aro apply fifty lashes to the convicted no parties no reading circles no pub l re profj mans back Upon adjournment of the lie gatherings of young people No liave omaed New Hanhntra Store at So 14 Beeoad Street r as the eourt the bailiff went out to find a means are employed to bring the sexes deeds of say grandfather r are good ox gad and hall haadk the beal line in town rr and during his alnce together to enjoy each others society so numerous that i ara not old enough the ath mcy fi r Blackatone filed a hear- Â¬ the young man not even King per yet to know them alL Vrr COOKING STOVES HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ ing for a new trial The eourt agreed mitted to visit his sweetheart at her while rr tu hear the argument and adjourned for home Lve WARE CUTLERY GUTTERING TIN ROOFS dinner In the meantime the bailiff SMALL BOAT VOYAGZS Where o ei Go returned and escorted the prisoner into M n tVlio Storir What becomes of the looking Have the timber and carried out AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS the courts Tiie annual manufactures in glasses rr Kr atlaatte Europe at instructions and Hlaekstone not under Arr Th of adventurous persons means so much more than standing a motion for a new trial v s the present time Is about eiirhteen hundred and fifty square yards of look- rafts to K heard entered not a word of I handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows you imagine serious and y None better ions is Â¬ MA ively test against the whipping received pr and struction much itof be that to their de -iatal diseases result trom has went lack to the court which the ill luck f the was race Is due r trifling ailments neglected I ako liavo in con lass mirrors are sup rtioa a Tinabop with W D Boekkr tin- then in session His attorney was beat tinner in the State inchnrge pleading for a new trial IHackstone posed to have been first used in si Ion Don t play with Nature s Gnttering and roofing done 5 and were very expeaaave for a long did not understand this and exclaimed 5 on lmrt notice The la greatest gift health time after their Introduction A letter this Lve C at snakes squire I have had one Ca written In Ml says that even if mir- Â¬ If ynuaTe feeling whaling The court was astonished Finn rors had licen manufactured in France nut of sous weak r and said Yank that drunken cu diruiruuxajvrinjTriruuiruiriJiiUUiJXruir and genera lv exwith ijxririjirixijiriruirirfj rr M at that time only the king would have of here and pound a bucket of gtuajag hausted tcr ous bean rich enough to have one in have no appetite out of him His attorney protested and can t work at Mil that and the court threatened then to ancient times polished metals ra begin at oncetak- tar nvM lelia- - J and feather the attorney if he didnt used and frrand ladies gave their mir- Â¬ rvrirvuuvinrwLniruuuTJujTj LrLrr niuuvxrnnririnj nsirrnnnjri Hic siciilliiciiii shet up In the meantime Mr Hlaek Â¬ rors in charge of slaves to te kept ne Inch is t nuitv bright enough to faithfully reproduce this Eruwn s Iron Hit stone received the second whipping ters A few bot i and was returned to the eourt lie the charms of their owners tles cure benefit In found his attorney in a heated contro Â¬ comes fmm the Her tnn Her Fiirtiinr 1 1 very fits dose it i versy with the court Mr Hlaekstone U cnt Queen Victorias newest maid of -jHr rn to fell upon his knees and pleaded ttrth a J its the honor Miss Majcndie ov m her en- Â¬ pleasant Ij tkc court to make that lawyer slsct up or trance to royal In such test avorto a earioaj it of he would be hanged for that hog yet chance Sho happened sinln and the wild fern would wave over his in a church choir one to V VAN day when the and grave by the Pink Mink The court jiion was present nt Divine services Dyspep5ia Kidney and Lfver rils of 1IAVK A POLL AND COMPLETE LINE OP ened to the fact ond her majesty was so yrea tly pi to was wrong and pnx that something Neuralgia Troubles eeded to kick tho with the fresh sweetuess HARDWARE COOKING SIOVIX HE VTING the girls JAi K- Constipation Bad Blood bailiff out of the room face and voice that she invited her to 8TOVES ORATES NNWAREnn FARMING Malaria Nervous ailments i squires wife notified him one fill the place ooveted by tto young girts Tie IMPLEMENTS day they were out of meal and he at of the EwajUsa aristoerscy The Womens complaints Do yon need Onokinc Store or Ranee once filled a sack with shelled corn was the last tiling Miss Majcndie ipt Ofl V I Uin reic r rnei arl a4 We handle t lie for the herÂ¬ W 11rs en ihet wrapper Allit olhrrs nc suh- - i and started to what Is known as the self erpected j i i MODEL STEEL RANGE imi mi receljl ol Imu stnrn rerhead Flutter mill will send set oi Ten Beautiful Vorldsl R N I Cnoa his R None like it It m dnrnble convenient eoonontisni and the arrival In- found the mill Literal Snikkoa In th Tt inn rair views and boek free owner was ii Snnires end lizards have hitherto Saves labor try one Champion mowers and Reapers BO N CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO absent and as the squire did not want VS We bare in connection TIN SHOP and are prepared Jce the second trip he filled the been generally rega ned as the i as a rather than tlu cause of stimulants i ted the burrs Â¬ Id do tin Mining gutleiinn and other work on short notice grindk on ing It leing a slow and tedious job According However to the official re- Â¬ I d un- ie i he n included to take a nap which ho port drnwn up by the liritsh consul at AUj Time Table No 19 In E I the Pakhoi and submitted to The boat hud several narrow escanes did aud in an hour or so he woke up parliament an immense the Lugllsh quantity of and went to the meal catch bin and 1 10 Main Street Ruhinond ir iroii s tin IV Ill tlU VS it rea several Oogs lapping up tho dried lizards have during the lrst tvo feet April 4 1894 f it came from the BT indlnir years been shipped fom th it Chinese ate harbor The boat and er Tfi - i out nnn ruu xynnjux iJxrutruxitjTru-rijTnurtJn-Lr- lj inAriTjrjirji Lri it riruvirB port for use in the adulteration of The Miulre went home roarfaxv ST o-st- -il crew were elnjitel at fiASl mad und Issued a warrant for the mill wines in Europe and America ONE DANGER OF SHOPPING owner and sat In judgment upon t10 oft told The hardy navi Expet Always on tlio On look did not return in trial and fined the mill owner five am rs m5 the same way Pin ki Miimks era BLASTING GELATINE lllv Bushels of meal 0 n rii of it In the m VTOson Cornell was charged with o 10 j If you aead hsussu slows clfrenneai bardvare eattavr S rooms year a aaxall yacht of twesty 6 is Hi- - Half ARalii the Ksatsatva dTe tons force of c bus una eaUara ssrasB 3 sollir whisky to the Indians During It made the Snails bar iron Uacksmitfa Kynaniltc ur3 pat to a New Sooth Wales from Liverpool to a heated controversy between the op-S IiittTt- - or fqrmiiiii reaching there ia By far the most important a- - well as i nln i by the pickpocket- Moberly 5 mselthe squirt- and Cornell the latent form of dynamites or solidiSeenwmerstooKapoafcsW 7 og one hundred and fifty Braasfi 5 o any kuil oil o- ny 2i slipped out the courtrexwn and they fied nitro glyeerine ixteen thousand milys In dune Sbbsa re those desig tkeu groand Kew g qo Irvine uTJTJxajuuTJTTuijuxjTnjTruxnjTjxrb dvi u Alfred Johnson started from were soon seen rolling- a ten gallon keg nated not too happily as blasting 3 v UTJrvrtruiruTxuj luinjrrLru Bnn Recent into the squires cabin Gloucester in a small Kat mi Tho court gelatines Ham persons bmagine of til then decided that the act upon which quite naturally that these consist only by himself end sixty seven ilays pocketbook in one of th of Poplar Weatherboarding 3 later he reached UswpuoL t WEST BOUND K The roy- - thischarg e was founded had expired some form of gelatine bunglai in the ladles parlor When opeasdat qxui rurnjxnj riruTjinji nxuo waa u jxrilons one and when when Indiana became a state and that glue converted by chemical means The Cypress Shingles tlle s I Is it was found 5 a a three bundled miles off the Irish an Indians evidence was no good until into a powerful eplosi e llut blastS Vulcan he became a citizen coast his boat was capsized and lie was ing gelatine contains no particle Cat Poplar Shingles Decidedly c SH sheroflh ta Thesaper- - providentially THE OLDEST As time progressed Squire Freemoen assisted by a huge wave whatever of gelatine properly so Chilled f the Hardware ani Grocery rirm ia blossomed as an attorney at law ills called the term beiag appiiod to a Th2 in righting it Framing Lnmber whom t made Richmond Plow Another lx dd adventure was that of shingle read as follows mixture of nitro glyeerine and a nitrorate to her She Best j uxruTjinjinjxruirjrinArinjuiruxarirfi 1 1 is Thomas Crapo who with his cellulose down the next day aud proved her prepared at Ardeer in p Siclllljiv 5 wife fueemaes etebbt and Ayreshire N Ii by heating nitro- Â¬ Doors the ocean in a twenty- Windows ownership of the p His Hardly a foot Ik LAW 60UUIX at called the New Bedford The glycerine in iacketed pans to lie y s ut our irters finding rturers sailed from New Bedford tweea 40 degrees and 00 decrees r m njTJxrirurnjxruijTnririJTJTTuariJTjTp par J Tet to day In conseuuenco of this and In June and All First Class Goods fifty four day later lor said tiie saperinteadent of the water at M deg trivial error In orthography he is an centigrade A full stork of fresh trooaram 5 5 alt lime cement sacd oats enrsneo and were right plad 140 and altliou li we have s de-deLrees Fahren honored citizen of the Pink Mink re-Â¬ heiu a certain proportion of dry gun guard a lar vperiences gions f the seel pjatstoai ami russ ssani f AJao a choice line of iueens- cotton of the soluble and heart rending tim A kind every kinl can le lioutrbt at the Wlr duly las er apt Kelly and Lane became involved in a current of hot hi ware A- tAndrews sailed S ex W H boated controversy over a yaller centigrade 140 water at 80 degrees lowest prices From the Atlantic degrees Kahrenheitl t and Pert who hound- - and Kelly had Lane arrested - tnt dr dxru iriruwvinnjxnmuinjinjuwruuijuuvin circulating between the outer and invin take Of story of the voyage was like that to keep the peace inxinrD Squire Freemaen ner pans keeps the contents of the latmany others deprivation of eons ntli 37 valirihle f rts nenv and food loss of jewelry He will a hair the xi iiuuuit After ue siiouin draw un ter at the required temperature and papers a thorong h search the mixing is effected by which th- - ordinary thief breadth escapes dsageroas hurricanes a form was mechanical found in the statute uncicr stirrers trinkets and small urli and newspaper notoriesy MoliKL SHOK Box the head -- Vagrant Act The words Any rise of temperature allow forty al value the expert thief appeared in brackets John Doe and five throv degrees Liehard Roe The squire was in a Fahrenheit iscentrigrade in degrees FAD FOR ENGLISH MAIDS They rarely examine their bootv in quickly checked oy turnquaiidry what to do and called in his ing in Wlliek tliov steal it next best friend to help him out His cold into the outer jacket a stream of The rilrtatlrraa and Pilfering Tanllne Be- Take the pocketbook of this woosaa water in place of the hot for a friend insisted that Inj Displaced by Mow oiiiC Satan William Kelly forl She was not in oar and George Lane was proper but the time In the course of about an hour The Stera fiat has been pronounced at all on the day that the pocketbok squire stock to It that John Doe and the nitro cotton is dissolved in the -in the nitro glyeerine the two Innlies uniting und here The pockatbook was against the French maid Paulines ttes and Sophies by tha score arc Steward Roe was proper and no argu- Â¬ to form a more or less stiff hiaangi m taken from her at a swell store up- Â¬ ment would convince him otherwise with their deft finders dainty ways Near K C Depot town ous jelly it may indeed be compared Main St The thief evidently hasJohn Roe and caressing- voices and most pure of and his docket reads assKn as the theft had been Richard Roe are vagrants and stand to the photographic collodion thicknt t - J Jarry dus in ransian accents vainly searching for committed to ened by evaporation the gun cotton came down here and anas Jail until fines and costs having comfortable situations known of vre WHAT DOES IT MEAN t took out the ore paid Kelly vs Lane paid their alcohol been dhaolvoa not in the usual says Drill Mastl Magazine and wrath- which I believe amounted to six ether mixture but in nitroflnaa JT BLACK SILK seventy dollars and threw tha rest fully dis ver they have been replaced glycerine When composed of ninetv by How to Lwtirth a Oood Article - m Into the waste basket three per cent of the latter with seven CHINESE WARRIORS of course all one middle afred EnliN amatia No can exactly put her finder on the asSSHav lradea percent cotton we get a most pew expert thieves are women Under eaaseof the revolution but everyone Practicing with llowa and Arrow Bomb 1U1 explosive vir Ii Macroherts at SOLID VESTIBULEO TRAINS few women their present system their opera the bhulla rUlud with Mud rather black accounts of the are very successful The ordinary thief manager at Ardeer observes upon this et ween Ri Rev W E Crocker who went from Las Wi Smoii ian paragons The New York point Lea re id a roeaaroaad grahbfavr here and there Louisville as a Chinese missionary Leave far wA and waits until he has collared oil the mistress is mild and lng-ufferi- n-r Of all thenitro glycerineexplosives re- I lauhne evidently went a step too bat writes of tho war in China as follows blasting gelatine is the strongest hie thiogs in siprht tor will dotiiilless MateSSSLftiC-- -far Thechances If Handle the best STOVES in the a e sws me 10 nianv shonners- in her quarrels below stairs her flirta- - says tho Louisville Courier Jouiaial W C RINKAR80V world ae out of ten that he will the energy of dynamite lie represented Leave hey have various aisa sli les and makes I 640am Just outside the city of thing Chow by Cenl 1iwr AfcAt t ananti 0 In the lmtler and the pilferiorr of blasting gelatine will be at low he finishes That shows Lxl iavr i aa figures Fu is a garrison of Tartar soldiers As ISO tM that Arrive Pri the superiority of the expert crooks if rn tty trifles and now her d ap silk Vi nitro gelatine itself shows QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Arriv Her oace devoted print sal vows 1 walked on the wall one day I saw ergy than biastitg gelatine leas enwork Bha makes no effort to steal a supfreArrive Mi Nine lad and has st last foun I a true some bows and arrows Just think it the wise woman more than one pcK ketljk at j time teenth Century bo vs and arrows in this day of treasure in liollis her BBfUah maid 8b pays no attention to goods on the repeat Â¬ r the 3 c n buca ing rifles and Krupp guns llolhs is quite all schome other ma- - counfc r beoauM they are HOW TO STUDY PROPERLY bulky in English novels one evi r read aliout The government of China is not She is a staid and sad not easily negotiable Lnless she purchay person no longer in her first Chinese but Tartar t an adeiinate rtriee is cauirht in the act of takiny a pocket Over three hun- Â¬ Books fehould i Well rhwrn and KpmI iarcfally Vuarant t Devour book there is practically no clianoe of youth and though she cannot em dred years ago a Chinaman by the broider madams filmy mouchoirs and name of Li drove the last emperor of Stndv is like a dinner The viands SHACKELFORD r is adviu r ENTRY keep in eatchin her Havinfr made her prab the Ming dynasty from his throne in must te well Dhoeea and eaten slowly stock al ue and tyles of GRATES linen tie the sweetest bo- a yard of an ai she p oes to some other store and in the 1 ekin You cant afford to use a broken grate let This emperor was sent beyond not devoured then well turned over iri it at leisure privacy of the ladies room gets rid of in a trice chatter the gayest gossip in tine your t home This m jjke a any part of her seizure which mirht be the atust faultless aeeaat and pay the great Chines- wall to the nation of the mental stomach for awhile until a new onecoal through into the ashes get fierce Tartar who lived in tents and with ease and comfort they are ver eeoaoaaical m i mg I dont know of a pUmeata per engaged in much war The Tartar fectly digested and furnish a remarkably capable person nvestaaent if it case of this sort whire the thiefsine king came don n and drove out Mr Li nutriment to the brain Mist further nought a recommendation laiAJlAPCiJS jp tQH and the property recovered he end students q and instead of reinstating the rirhtfui study without duestinjr tittod En Of course the detectives have silk iirst Others read YOUR who af emperor ROOF took the throuo himself Ue merely as a fad and soon forget all to recognize some of the thiert s who firms tliat lioHs is a faultless trai and does hair very well also plain sew- Â¬ ordered the Chinese men to shave the they may have learned INTKIiKST BY SKE1NU ME irec work in lhis way but that has onlv part n may be sure either The most satisaetrv method of You must haie it mended or a new roof that the enabled them to keep them out of their ing The American mi tress finds all frontinto a of their bead and plait their cue and the women to un Â¬ study is the digestive that true OoHia Unot ill a day at hair s In places where thev are It is the thor- SHUKEEKOkD GENTRY car do it not bind theirs bo is something of a i The men obeyed right and fix your gutters too known yet they operate without hin- ough one the women did not The Tartar women tho to the brain one that p ives slren th wast and ahe is worth an army of ssei uraiice do Take the subject vol are not bind thatr feet and the journeys She is a stern but perfect nown but Head a few lines or a few court studvinc ii ebaperoa she knows all about trettintr ladies and most of the soldiers wives TEA HOUSES IN CHINA MOST IN pUAMTtTY 3 as the case may BEST IN QUALITf par be then put the are Tartars So really China is a sub Â¬ CITY PROPERTY for SALE down and tiink on what von are Thj Take the riaee p ject nation to an outside power There have Mad Turn it aaads of the lnlR GUNS AND AMMUNITION and get- about in yoUr mind of th Vat 1 little class of government connection between the from every standpoint Do not accept The restaurant or tea and the people The pres- it lk Who r1 may be takes the place of the house in ChinaArue for and against as western club- attend ladi ent emperor has just recently come of it immediately traveling T acrotia in your mind In other words Some of -roon Boxes for scalding hogs ziae lined easra Allen and Sacht- I have a Fine New Residence tbs SB h jve made num inmK tnat fte wjU Urate it situated o You and not be at your to order If the rid u -nc h t eptemUr vorab de Broadway and some very eforms in China HB leisure to do this Do it in re any WHITES CRUM le tmr in Asia All s is studying vonridle as lish and has inter- - moments at say time When you t Baths ooiKi mroui have A GENERAL nati trairs betveen course with LINE OF HARDWARE ntatives from Willi yoursei or th si iiiakt s in on K a ffow DESIRABLE LOTS ents china has no with a liltle more in the sa AND CUTLERY ay In until the name of JeoUs FOR 20 YEARS e yon will find yourself more Mas lad all WORM on different streets in the best to have a conscience neiHibor- Hiwnnrn student than if ou had EVERY BOTTLE 60A1AMTEEDJ rm or auvanee in science read all at a sitting hoods in town A lrl st edu- Of ave flne silver tod ingan who ivatr b a expenses paid ne old vly but sarel BlCMlKnMXaliudvn e n Mule Sheds Adver- pne resources as yet untouched wells tiaer or Mana an ii M C or lurih lactones call on Racinto Ci loaded woof and in other eirlh in satin weaves the has an inferior hacking the surHow to Make Somo Pretty Pieces face beinfr of pid silk Pure silk has ft but if of Furniture the fabric will be hard and brittle When a pure Mlk has Doantlr I phl- - been dyed improperly it looks very er W 111 KnaUie Clever Flagm t much like cotton but it is somewhat Work Wuadrn A few Very softer lacfal Another eaeellei nsist in pulling out the threads loth ways and women of this country nerva to trving tnir strength Catch them with iati rvt iii manufaoturinjr i Is an inch aart Rive a quick odd bits f rative furniture for jerk and to break rv tho pretty them If tin v part easily the s and UK fii thinjrs that hare feaSB SOB not p i Tear the silk along the them have been Is necessary for there are - taken rni if may be re puckers alontfmall saw nuindithe t r they m awl plane and tare A method of With tatiae Mz s hisivc is deal to- - to bo t of the silk and also an unpretentious Kautifying f the raveliie If the silk is home pare and well dyed it will To directly ii t almost ilk is with rnvn uprijrht tack f the dye i silk is hifrhly inflammable It qui mav be to extin upright sm dderinjr after the Bilk is n nail them serurely fnish from leaving the II lie an that miiuxlate ashes re of keen tin a A WOMANS TOOL BOX heavily Â¬ really a matching of nnmlers for PINK MINK JUSTICE which the Chinamen make sins on their Supers up to the numeral ten m to The Chinese of all aa1 Country live in order to eot rsnti from tl is race Stories from the Marsh Bound About Winamao Ind of epicures has developed a ration of la Impossible director EITICIT w 3 CHIIlLIi 1 BLUE 1 Ibt Come to Us and Can 1 Satisfy You -- V - 11 - j I 1 1 ZLJLSZL iTCIT CO 11 i t BLUE GRASS HERD II Â¬ III SW1 J J c Â¬ BROJMAUGH Crab Orchard Â¬ Â¬ crffcojnaoiqaaa Â¬ A J A -- In Poor Health 1NEW HARDWARES X Â¬ i Browns THOS H KRRR Iron - Â¬ Â¬ iiii urt 1J Jit 11 TAYLOR BROS It Cures The New Hardware Firrn V H n - 8 I -- t- YELLOW THYLOR BROTHERS f -- PINE i- 1 PLOORING AND uarl Tz t Â¬ CEILING -- c FARLEY BROS I Â¬ L And i Â¬ am Cheaper Than Ever Â¬ A E CARSE r ELKHORH ROUTE 17 Â¬ 109 23 90 fc 1 Â¬ f- Stoves GRATES SBffUCruPfflJLAKD sttSititrsL i BAlSWv 1 Shackelford 1 Gentry WBsi lrr 1 -e Â¬ Â¬ - Hl - to Â¬ soMif- I - 1 Â¬ Desirable Property for Sale fames 1M1 LEAKS innM to ronoaasi will consult tueie KV Â¬ i CHASS POWELL RICHMOND WORMS VERMIFUGE in i MEEIIlMENTElf nx OtUlt uadssao 0