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J VOLUME R VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN T Crutcher i f RICHMOND OABSMEN DEFEATED On the Deep They Cried to the Lord for Help Jonah Was Ordered to Go Forth tnd lrerteh lie Illsohevrd ami W a r aoaeaa j A ImI 8I MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Â¬ Â¬ OCTOBER IT 1894 ANTS AGAINST NunilK rs Won In flel W PiPeX IT oTTo NUMBER 19 OTOTY BffiKTOEY RT Wy S i i B A harp S rF Soon u tfORGAS n- A - YATI S - ii Monday in il RlCHMOKO Bask - and DENTD3TS r and De- - Kin v lutCht Key Kl iuit atonal AS VELBY W BURGIX DENTIST Kbmtuckv Mi- - DR A WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SI - Mon V l ebrnarjr ourts Ma Kf at IJev Tr ject of Sundays sermon throufrh the iirsmeu Defeated the being Jonah i 11 14 The uien r ed hurd to bring it U the land but they Could not wherefore vhey cried unto the Lord Navigation in the Mediterranean sea perilous especially so in aua s Vesada were propelled early and partly by oar When by ret of weather it was necessary to reef the canvas or j haul it in then the vessel was entirety Seriiimi hy DeWltl luluifr Taimag e selected a the sub Â¬ in a Mcirlii 1 is - S D I - A no Willis rii Armei third V S uon -- UM t a y Satur ATTOaiTETS twenty or thirty of them on either ide oi the vessel You would not venture Iffltsidn your haroor with each a craft as my text finds Jonah sailing in but -- orient urvni that oars sometimes S K K Chrnault Cjrcen B Million third kwrth Monda - POWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW MONII Torpb arda Mraa a Kentucky Co a on e W H Rohtntc third Covle Benton second urd Satur ourth third Sat Saturday W R SHACKELFORD 1 in ATTORNEY AT LAW KurrocKi S 4 c S C Ada N B Cot third Saturday A S D Ham third Carpenter third Kridax Slapp third third Saturday Perl to Third Sat P F Adams Marshal rt 3cc arjr C R P H Sni ee i I 1 sctoby i an Feenev ireetnun oo the first Tuesday L rv ay or ier N B N on rer is M r MHtT i Kedd Services at jay - 11 a m s Sunday - Sabbath at n at p 7 130 - South Ias- - E Chur ght econd Pray er meet- - late M Wednesday night Sunday afternoon nurch South Fa Centenary -- M Sunday morning and meeting every alternate d nices Ei Ias- first Sunday school I 1 cry Sunday at r -- meeting 1 byterian ei 1 a m Pastor Rc A md fourth Prayer lg and night W dncsday nights oo il rui is ei ond and fifth Jay Rev Wm Crow a lonet S indav each Sabbath rhoradan night Pas or Rev Satur iav and Key V A Pas- - F g mpbe 3 Third Salurdai each month at and 7 p m on Sun- - c rook Pastor Rev L P John Pastor Rev A B Anderson - uday and lollowing Sundav Sec Pastor rk and Sunday actor Rev 1 H Campbell i S jnday and preceding Saturday Pastor Rev K L Am- Third Sunday and preceding Sat- Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Lane Spring Calvinist first Satur i Rev Wm ii Pastor Speedwell Rupard flnited apel lormanb Chapel First Saturday and Pastor H linson Firt Sat and Sunday in each month ad Pastor Elder PiLe Third Sat ancl Sunday Hays Fork Third Sundav and prece Saturday A Second Saturday and Knob Castor Rev R L Ambrose ekeburch Pastor Rev T H Campbell Kepubiican fastor Ktv m n imes d Sunday and precediiiK Saturday Sunday nucmB or CHBLIST Woods Third Sunday and pre- C Walden Saturday Pastor lundav J W Harding - nday and preceding iide i Elder C lav Second Sunday and prece ksrUviiie Saturday Joseph Ballew Mt 1iessant Second and fourth Sun Pastor and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 a Hagerraan ion First and third Sundays and Pas- av preceding third Sunday H Reynolds mood Elder W F Smith Pas Services every Sunday at n a m Sunday school 81930 a o p- - m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening n Wtiite cond Sunday Pa tor L II B Second Sun I nion Christian Church a each month and Saturday preced Icr W S- Gamboe Pastor - PlSCOPA CHBIM CHiaCII Morning service and sermon at i oKcning service and sermon at Ladies 4 oclock dining the winter on Friday at 2 p m L M WiiRector CATHOLIC - should not care much if he heard yor were dead The black edged let brought that the lidinsri put he would into the sam Kicmi Ken t package with other letters telling What an story of his shame you going to do Both paddles nroke at the middle of the blade how cat nut w ntt yon pull him ashore I throw you out i oar now with which I believe you cai BRECK 1 is the glori bring i i ii i Into harbor ATTORNEY AT LAW I will baa Goa to thea oils promise Oh brok and to thy seed after thee oMi Kxurncm arted father and mother yoa who have tried everything else non an appeal for the help and oaa of the covenant steeping J A SULLIVAX perhaps at your next fa haps on Thankagirini ATTORNEY ATI lit us on hristmas da v the prodit- Kli HMOXD Kan lay be home and if von crowd at knew the tenjest was on his acmore luxuries than on ant count and he asked the snilo be at the table I am sure thi Sailors area ii him OTcrboard era w ill not be jealous but they jjvncrotis hearted race and they re PSTSICLs5 will vike up all the music in th solved to make their escape if house because the dead - aliva b e wit hoot resorting to each est again and because the lost is found sails are of i mcast CBAS HOOKER bo they lay hold on their oars I see Perhaps your prayers have been an VETERINARY SURGEON swered already The vessel may h the loijr bank of shining coming hoaaewawL and by the light ol either ile the rcsaeL On did pull the bronzed seamen ns they this nights stars that absent son may le pacing the deck of the ship anxious laid back into the oars Bat n oa the sea is very different from row- - for the time to come when he can throw bis arm around your neck and a ri er and as t wave and mi s tixe ask for forgiveness for that he has JOIIX M POSTER DR Is en wringing your old heart so long and the tempest laaghs to UOEON Ill i the flyiiiL It is of no use no Glorious reunion that will be too for outsiders to look upon bat is a wave that cr Kin the last mast and sweeps the oarsmen I wouid just like to look through the from their places and tumhles every window when you have all got tp- r Mun r again and are seated at the thing in the confnsion of itiiiiendins1 shipwreck or as my text ha- - it Thes banqnei men rowed hard to bring it to land Thouirh parent mny in covenant he C SMITH DR in liew An but they could not wherefore they s e PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Lord UK This scene is very suggest ire to me BjCHMUkD KlNlliKV Again I remark that the unavailing I pray hid I may have grace and and effort of the Mediterranean oarsmen Street th enough to represent it ii counterpart in the effort which gently to you Year- - ago preached a ire making to bring this world sermon oat another phase of this sub- DR T TAYLOR jeet and got a letter from Houston back to God His pardon and safety Jf this world could have been saved bv Tex the writer saying that the KlMH KV ing o non in London had led human effort it would have been done John Howard took- hold of him to God And 1 received another one oar and Carey took hold of another letter from South AuMralia st that the reading of that sermon in Aus- oar and Adoniram Judsontook hold of another oar and Luther took hold of tralia had brought several sou J 1 ASHBAUGH M I Christ And then I thought why not another oar and John Knox took hold of another oar and thev pulled HOMOJPATUJST take another p until they fell back dead from for perhaps that lol who can Kin Some dropped in in power that which is sown ba weak Â¬ the exhaustion some ashes of martyrdom men a spec ness may now throagh another pha--on the scalping knives of savages and 34 of the same subject bring salvati some into the plague truck room of the people who shall hear and I DR H RGIBSOX to the people who shall read the huarretto and still the chains are tion Men and women who know how to not broken and stii the despotisms YSICIANA ND S I IK EX pray lay hold of the Lord od Al are not demolished and still the world KhN IK KY M is unsaved What then Iut down mighty and wrestle for the blessing I do not Bishop Latimer would stop aomc the oars and make no effort in the Joe in his sermon in the midst of advise that Kut I want you Christian his argument and say Now I will brethren to understand that the church and the school and the college and And to day I w tell you a fable DR A II STEWART like to tring the teena of the text as an the missionary society are only the in SURGEON PHYSICIAN illustration of a most important relig atramentalities and if this work is A Kkmicky ious truth Mediterranean ever done at all God must do it and M oar men trying to bring Jonah ashore He will do it in answer to your prayer They rowed hard to bring it to the were discomfited I have to tell you store Keidca but that they were not the only men wiio laud cried they could not wherefore 14 into the Lord have broken oown on their paddles they Again the unavailing efforts of those and have been obliged to call on the A KENNEDY DIJ I want to say that the Mediterranean oarsmen baa a counterLord for help part in every man that is trying to row YSH 71V AND SURGEON unavailing efforts of those Me ranean oarsmen have a counterpart in his own soul into safety When the Kknticky Richmond the efforts we are making to bring Eternal Spirit flashes upon us our we try to save ourselves Office Smith Ruilding No 304 Mjiii street up souls to the shore of safety and set condition and 4 10 5 uco L i their feet on the Bock of Ages You We say Give me aa stout oar for my right hand give me stout oar for my have a father or mother or husband or wife or child or near friend who is left hand and I will pull mvself into DR C I liALl There have been safety not a Christian A wave f sn aomes No LAX AND SURGEON times when vim have been in aconv n iushi s von ne whv- - and a way Kkmicky aliout their salvation A minister of KlHMiSI utli rrni Christ whose wife was dying without in another way and there are plmty m up stairs any hope in Jesus walked the floor of rocks on which to founder but - Vei Mini Street 36- wrung his hands cried bitterly seemingly no harbor into which to I believe said I shall sail Sin must be thrown overboard and A E AlLTZ M D gp insane for I know she is or we must perish There are men not prepared to meet God And w ho have tried for years to become YSH 1 V A XI S I i EON Kkntccky there may have been days of sickness i hrist kins They believe all 1 say in Richmond in y our household when you feared it regaid to a future world They hi- would be a fatal sickness and how 18- OrFlCF Cllms Building Main Street that religion is the first the last y you examine the face of the They do everv- ntinite necessity r as he carre in and scrutinized They nuke but trust in hrist the patient and feit the nuise and you strokes in a minute They bend followed him into the next room and forward with all earnestness and they There isnt any danger is there lie back until the muscles are dis- said Rio hi Thorouirhbred Southdown Bucks And the hesitation and the lende doctor and yet they have not made three of them yearlings and five last uncertainty of the rer ly made two one inch in ten toward Heaven What lambs prirg eternities flash before your vision is the reason That is not the way And then you went and talked to th to go to work You might as well take SQLIRE WM WILLIAMS sick one about the great future Oh a frail skiff and put it down at Red Hi use Kv there are those here who have tried tr the foot of Niagara and then head bring their friends to God They it up toward ttie churning thunderbolt have been unable to bring theu f atc s and expect to work your e shore of safety They art an htfing of the no nearer that point than they foam into calm Las were twenty years ago You thinl to try to puil yourself throagh the surf your sin into the hope and pardon ba fea ataaf sh von have trot them almost to the 1 ou can shore when you are swept back again anil piaetuuy oi tne uospei bat shall you do Put down the oar not do it in that way sin is a rough ud longboat yawl pinnace and Oh no I do not advise that but 1 o aaBiir T advise that you appeal to that God to gondola go down unless the Lord de3S3 whom the Mediterranean oarsmen ap- Â¬ liver lut if you will cry to Christ and a pealedthe God who could silence trie lay hold Divine mercy you are though tempest and bring the ship in safety to from eternal condemnation as rt 1 tell you my friends that you had been tweut years in Heaven ay unpar I wish could pu there has got to be a good deai of praying before our families are brought doned readers their own helplessness No human arm waa ever strong enough ist Ah it is an awful to have half the household on one to unlock the door of Heaven No I am prepared to do all kinds of work ad the other part foot waa ever mighty enough to bleak in my line and solicit your custom old on the other side the shackle of sin No oarsman swarthy of thi 1yy - part on enough to row himself into Gods harof the line 5 WAiONS HARVESTING bor The wind is against you The ami MOWING MACHINES the ocean of eter is against you The law is and other machinery repaired neatly igainst you Ten thousand corrupt Wood work and and satisfactorily influences are against you Help indone Not so helpless IIOHJSE NHOK1XG u sailor on a plank mid Atlantic Not z n and tliey are h ALTV A so lifeless a traveler girded by twenty llL Pro miles of prairie on Cre the services of 1 have e ea it John ne of ihe best the year of us are a STEPHEN PARRISH ATTORNEY ATI II I I - he had not much choice of vessels He was mnnfatt awav from the Lord and v hen a man is runnirir away from the Lorn he has to run very fast l iKi had told Jonah to e o to Nineveh a h about the destruction of that city Jonah disobeyed That always makes ronyh water whether i the Mediterranean or the Atlantic or the or the t aspian sea It is a very liard thing to s are sailors I have seen them when the bow of the reuse was a most under water and they were walkinp the deep knee deep in tiie surf and the fcniall boats by of the vessel had been as kit as crushed small rnxil whKtlinsr as though nothinr had hanneied but the Bible savs that marines of whom I speak were tenod That which sailors cail 4a lump of sea liad become a Mind- Â¬ ing deafening sivampine fury How mad the wind can g et at the water and the water can ret at the yi u do not know unless yoq have been pectatora I nave in my iioise a piece of the sail of a ship no larger aim of my hand that piece nf - was all that was left of the tarrest sail of the ship Greeee that went into the storm two bnadre I miles u what a night wfoundland Aasi I snpposo it was in some storm as lii that Jonah was apainst their spiritual tntcrc ts Christ asveyoa I think it was in lsfl a vessel M eiUb tobeuriven almost entirely from was bound for Portugal but it was the school and the pleasnrable con- Iriven to piees on an unfriendly coast course yet d knows bow anx- The captain had his son with him and We with the crew they wandered up the Passengers ious we are for our children Miraculous Escape can not think nf goinjf into Heaven beach and started on the long journey We do not want to to rind relief without tlrrni From Death After awhile the son leave this life while they are toaaimjfoa d by reason of hunger and the she waves of temptation ami away from length of the way The captain said ixi Oh I hear scmie parent Baying to the crew tarry my boy for me on One Excursion Train Runs Into An- Â¬ have tried my est to bring your shoulders They carried him on other at the Crossing my children tot hrist have raid bold but the journey was so long that after Of the oars until leyhent in my rasp awhile the crew fainted from hanger and I have braced myself against the and from weariness and could ear The Breaking of it onponc Sanaa the Ap parently lloonied Lxi ursiotilsts It rhs of the boat and have palled for ry him no longer Then the fathfl Fifteen l ple Were Injured their eternal reseue bat cant get er rallied his almost wasted en S40000 Worth of Iroperty lol them to Christ Then I a k you ergy and took up his own boy to imitate the nien of the tet and put him on his shoulder KrwOmtUEAXS Oct 13 Nothing but and cry mightily unto God We and carried him on mile after mile want more importunate pravinir for mile after mile until overcome br a miracle prevenied one of the most Children anon as the father indulged hunger and weariness he too fainted horrible railroad wrecks in the history As it is about by the way in when he had tried to briny his si The boy laid down and of Louisiana Sunday on toChriat and they had wandered Med and the father just at the time 12 people were more or less injured and off into dissipation Then he got reseue came to him also perished liv- MOnoo worth of railroad property was tyed The wreck was at the juncdown in his prayers and said Oh ing only long enough to tel the story God Take away my life if through sad story indeed Tut glory be to tion of the Louisville and Nashville that means m sons may repent anil be Sixl that Jeanu Christ is able to take us and New Orleans and Northeastern brought to i lirist out of our shipwrecked and dying tracks aliout two miles from the city And the Lord clock ndition and put us on the shoulder of and occurred just befor atartlingly answered the prayer and Sunday The colliding trains were the in a few weeks the father was taken His strength and by the omnipotence away and throafh the solemnity the ol liis iospcl bear us on through all Lou sville and Nashville excursion and six sons lied unto Jod Oh that father the journey of this life and at last the East f rmUiana CfrrlnrtTn nrraninn train Poth trims were completely could afford to die for the eternal wel through the opening gates of Heaven TRAINS COLLIDE SNAKE WAGES GOING rKosl KRITY 1 1 T Â¬ 1 Â¬ Mm I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Battle While ramptogt in Alabama during II Ooaa the late nr said d man of Dayton O the other day according to the St Loam witnessed an attack of a band of black ants upon a striped snake One evening while I was trying to go to sleep after a long days march I felt soaiilhing move under my head I lifted one corner of the II founda snake betwaen three and four I quickly hit it with a fe t in length small slick bat the reptile hardly stunned by the blow so I it up o the end of the stick and threw TIse snake d feet away Itabi landed in a large anthill Almost in- from their t t which was underneath and began a vigorous attack npon tiie intruder who waa aoon covered by of his assailants biting him fearfully The battle raged with fury the snake 1 Globe-Democrat 1 Â¬ a Lawa and lxeitlnc IS MOUK HEW W0OU3 AVP Til IN HiK rOCB IKt KNT MIlIs A L5 WJssll U AMK Mothers We Offer You a Remedy Which Insures Safety to Life of Mother and Child 1 writhing about Tl qual one in bring them to the land but could not and then he cried unto the Lord There are parents who are almost discouraged about their children He has Where is your son to night wandered off perhana to the end ol It seems as if he can not the earth get far enough away from your Christian counsel What does he eareaboal the furrows that come to your browj alout tiie quick whitening of the hair aliout the fact that your back begin Why hi ip with the hardens fare of his children He rowed hard to tr 1 Â¬ i S I i I 1 F 1 - Â¬ mighty to save Though your sin and black and inezeua iid outrageous the very moment you believe I will proclaim pardon quicic full grand unconditional nncompro missing illimitable infinite oh ihe grace of God I am overwhelmed a Mm I think of it tiive me a thou- Â¬ sand ladders lashed fast to each other that I may scale the height Let the line run out with the anchor until all the cables of the earth are exhausted that we may touch the depth Let the archangel fly in circuit of eternal ages in trying to sweep around this theme h the grace of God It is no high It s so broad It is so deep Glory lie to God that where one mans oar out Cods arm begins Why will ye carry your sins and your sorrows tay longer when Christ offers to take them Why will you wrestle down our fears when this moment you might give ap and be saved Do yob aot know that everything is ready Plenty of room at the feast Jesua has the ring of his love all ready to put jtion your hand Come now and sit iown ye hungry ones at the ban Ye who are in rags of sin take the i Christ Ye w ho are stamped by the on cry to Chr rou into smooth stii waters da iccount of the peculiar phase of the 1 have t Iraam my present illustration ion ee chiefly from the remember that a vessel went Miter oes on the as a great many rears ago It had a vast re on board Bat the vessel being sank no effort was w e it After many years had passed a com pany of adventurers went out from England and nfter a long voyage thev d the piaee where as said to have sunk They got into and hovered over the i small boa ihee Then the divers went down in t they broke throagh what looked ike a lime tone covering and the out what was found if let tsard to be in American money worth ldOO000 and the founda ion of a great business house At that time tiie world rej vr what was called the luck f these adventurers Oh ye who have keen rowing toward the shore and lave not been able to reach it I want o ell you to nigh that your boat hov ers over in finite treasure All the iches of God are at your feet Treas ires that never fail and crowns that lever grow dim Who will go down Who will dive low and seek them or the pearl of great price ho will e prepared for life for death for iient for the long eternity See two bands of Mood stretched out to vard thy soul as Jesus says Come unto meall ye that labor anil are heavy adcu and 1 will give you rest be longÂ¬ 1 I Â¬ I Â¬ ntled with pleasure seekers bound foe the lake roast reports or the pine lands of Saint Tammany parish The engineer of the Louisville A Nashville train daims he stopped before reaching the crossing and is sab 1 stantiated by trie pas engers on his train and that he blew the warning whistle that he was going ahead and received no response lie started ahead and then aw the Last Louisiana tram bearing down on him at a good rate of speed Having started it was too late to think of stopping and rever- Â¬ ing so he opened the throttle and tried to get ovi r the crossing before the other train reached him lie failed in his effort and the consequence was that when the other train struck his a coupling parted ami the engine with seven coaches was n t stopped no for over a hundred yards There doubt but that this prevented a great e force of the disaster f shock from the Last Louisiana train diverting its Impetus and preventing the engine from crashing iiead on into the coach Riled with a mass of hu- Â¬ if tile fact manity totally ob that grim them in the face The Baal rer claims Â¬ thinning out his persecutor but on the other hand the ants were very numerousand quick in theiraggressive fir the snake was rapidly torture at first at fed an une movements The snake with one blow of of ants but the active little ilea tuna were soon reinforced by fresh troops nud fought with a desperation wonder Â¬ ful tii behold I was astonished le yond measare to see the tactics of the ants hen they saw their nuinoers were being lessened they dispatched couriers for fresh relays of soldiers n the sen- - in ti to renla e the killed or wounded llie moon after a time lit up the scene but as there appeared im near termination of the straggle I gave up watching it and stretching myself again on my blanket went to sleep Before striking tents the next morning I went to hvk at the battle ground The slain insects were scattered in every direction but there were six or of MVln watehful ants upn thl the snake which lay stretched out dead near the ant hill lsis tail would kill or wound a long line nnri and that when lio found it was to avoid in he and hi- fireman j first to lea from the cab Tiie latti r claims that the customary whistle was blown but a good many persom pute that fact It that the East ttain did not stop be fore reaching the crossing but w er it was from negligence or the ure of tiie air brakes is a question to lie t The engineer of the later Louisville A Nashville claims he did not hear the whistle but other that they beard it when it was gather too late to do anything to avert that the air the horrible disaster HOWARDS PASSES Not Only Over the Batlrarda ISut for Pull man Cars a Well YV Howard Cmr Aco Oct vice pvetidewt of tii A II If has not e Ill Triflinc Oversight Dr Griffin I must say that the world Is very ungrateful toward our pro n How seldom one sees a public memorial erected toadoetor Mrs Golightly How seldom Oh doctor think of our cemeteries Pearsons Weekly A Â¬ An Kxplana tlon Â¬ Visitor You are not looking as stout as when I saw you last MKs Birdie McOinnia Well you sec Ive fallen off a great deal of late I am learning to ride a bicycle Alex Sweet in Texas Sittings No Ureant for the File Fond Parent It is very erne of you Hobby to catch flies and put them on spiders webs Bobby What for Does the spider eat too much and get sick Brooklyn Life Ill His Ill Ill 1 FOR SALE Â¬ BLAGKSMITHING 1 -- Â¬ Which song would you rather hear Xrltaon Davl With Malaria Miss Warble sing Washington Oct IS Second AssisMariner Hold tant Postmaster General Xeilson is con Â¬ Hut she doesnt sing that at all fined to his lied at St Denis Mil with I know I prefer it- Thats why malaria For the pa t two weeks Geo Judge Neilson has been ailing1 but it was not Not to Their Taste until Tuesday that he was compelled Wool Why is it that flies always to leave the department A telegram pick out a bald headed man received here Sunday- - says that al- Â¬ Van Pelt Probably they dont relish though Mr Neilson vtts a very hair restorer N Y World man no alarm was felt by his physi Â¬ cian as to a fatal termination of his ill- Â¬ ness Fifty Tfaooaaad More Piiilatiki nnv Oct 11 Provost C C Harrison aaaoaocea that a friend the niversity of has given dormitory for tue Pennsylvania scheme This is in addition to th OKI contributed early in the wek by William M Siatgerly of the Philadel Â¬ phia Record Three Drow no Xkw Yoke Oct Ii Three men lost their lives Sunday afternoon off Coney Island by the capsizing of a eatboat Tuey were Frank Mclntire James lord and Frank Britton Tiie fourth man Walter 14ooth in the party was bnt aft rescued unconscious KNOWLEDGE hours hard work wa Brings comfort and improvement and A short time ago says the LouisviT tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ Courier Journal a young lady waa ter than others andeujoy life more with troubled with a boil on her knee which expenditure by more promptly grew so had that she thortght it neces She had adapting the worlds best products to sary to call iu a physician tl e needs of physical being will attest formed a dislike for the family physi duo to health of the pure liquid cian so her father suggested Ssveral laxative principles embraced in the others and finally-- said that he would remedy Syrup of Figs call in the physician with the ng Its excellence is due to case w ho passed the house every most acceptable and ir the form They kept a sharp lookout for to the truly him and when he came along he was ant to the kt beneficial profertfca of ft perfect hvx called in The young lady mo stent iv cleans ati memlier The showed him the d spelling Why said little man tit and 11 and permanently caring she said thats pretty ll has given satisfaction to million If I were you he wliat must I do with the approval of tin would sene for a physi- Â¬ the Kid- - answered prof I am a piano tuner ut weak- - cian Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ homu-o-pathiI 1 Iretrrencr yet signified an intention to return any of the annual passes furni iied him by over forty railroad ll and the Pullman sleeping ar Co He said that all the head men of the A K 17 have an- Â¬ hired there is only nual pass- one known railroad the Lake Shore Michigan Southern over which he can not get one The late John Jewell president of the Iake shore road he said was an inveterate foe of the pa s business and the mad baa not changed on to pas es since the in ii death of its president Mr Howard gave as a reason for the furnishing of passes to him that if the railroad companies did not furnish them the switchmen brakeaaea and other employes would have to pot their hands in their pockets to pay for his In other words the railroad trips railroad companies are not only con te but benevolent Mr Howard said he was not the only one who had annual paaaea He boast Â¬ ed of the great esteem in which he is held by the iuaiis of the great railroad companies throughout the country He named Mr and named several Wickes vice president of the Pullman Co as one who would give hint indorse Â¬ ments of an irreproachable character Mr Wickes said Saturday that it was customary to issue passes to heads of Mr organizations of railroad men Howard first received his pass said when he was at the head Mr Wickes organization It 5 the conductors iias been renewed yearly since The trouble is ail oyer now and there is no reason why we should be uncharitable Mr Howard has not been asked to re- Â¬ turn his pass Â¬ SEA TURTLES A Sehuol of Them That orcred tha Sea for Many Miles T am reminded said an old coasting In to a Washington Star man re Â¬ cently of an experience I once had with sea turtles on the edge of the gulf stream about sixty miles from raa I was part owner and cap Lain of the Mary Lyle at that time was coming up from avunnah with a half cargo of rice when one morning the outlook yelhsd to me to up on deck and hok at the sea1 turtles When 1 got up an looked over the rail the whole ocean as far as I could see ahead of us was covered with turtles They were tremendous fellows and were puddling along lazily in tne opposite direction to that in which we were going P didnt take aa long to rig up a windlass and tackle and begin pulling some of the old fellows We picked the biggest as they came and in the course of three hours we hail caught twenty six about all that we could handily dispose of about the shin Only nine of them lived until we reached New York ami we Bold them for good prices The shell of one that weighed four hundred and seventy pounds la now in New York I would hate to say how many turtles were in sight of the Mury Lyle that day for fear aoaacrwnl J aright think I was fish yarning hut they came hy us steadily for live hours ami when we got well into the school it extended as far as the eye could reach on all sides and there was a turtle to about every forty square feet of water and I didn t Bee one that weighed le s than one hnndri and fifty pounds WITH rUN j aard These are the bud times very tiim s for political uooi growers and calamity bowlers Not only do pri domestic wools remain firm at an ad vance oi about hi per cent above the McK inlay prices of two month- - a o bat but t imsttal activity in the wKileii xtid cotton ua The Wool and Cotton Keporterdi t k to a Bulletin of New l pag Knterprises which however includes shotting down There used to be more mills shutting down than starting Ii up but since the aaaaaaaj oi trade Wilson bill which was to anni- Â¬ hilate the woolen industry the record has been a remarkable one better tliMti for anv two weeks during the lour veai oi McK inlet ism For tiie week ending September ti the Reporter mentions five new nulls one ol 15 which is a cotton mill to coel twenty eight enlargements and improvements and twenty miles starting up of which has U eii cloned nine months ai d another live years Pros oi Stafford Springs are Baa mentioned as baviag settled with their dissatisfied weavers giving them a 35 per cent advanie in aagaa This wage edvaace is more than the Ainenau Keoiioinist could find in any pre industry during the first two yea McKinleyisin The record was a go one but that for tiie week ending September 13 is better Iiring this week there were itteeii items under the column headed New Mills One of the miiis mentioned is to have tsoiiii spindles and to be the largest mil iu the Sooth Another for making cotton wool and worsted yarn is to occupy a building 110 by 200 leet which structure aloii 100 The plans for the new plant my the Reporter have been ready for some time but it is said the i onstruetion of the mill depended upon the settlement of the tariff question It is located at Philadelphia Another cotton mill with 25000 spin dles is p be hlilt at Gatlnev S with a capital of 125000 Another cotton mill with Sionom capital is proposed lor Bath s c Two hundred thousand dollars have already been subscribed The other new mills are lor the manu facture of woolen cotton knit hi k1s aiid silk I nder tiie column of En and improvements there ail mentions fader the column of Starting Ip and Shutting Dowa twenty mills arc mentioned aa having started oi aliout to start up ne oi these baa since April last another over a Â¬ Mothers Friend Robs Confinement of Its Pain Horror and Risk rhi j r am t Mother h Jti f by Vil I r Exprew on rer tpt of price AtJaab Ga BRADF1ELQ REGULATOR CO STOVES Do You Need Stoves iff THE COLD WIATHflt WILL SOON BE LPON YOL AND A STOVE OR A GRATE WILL BE A 1 NECESSITY WE HAVE BOTH In fact we have every thing in the heating and cooking line O e already been large this season and every sale has Â¬ Given Satisfaction COME AND BIY- - A HEATO7G STOVE A COCSIITS STOVE A SANSE AND EVERYTHING A SEAT2 TO SLXl NECESSARY ACCOMPANY THEM Fire Brick Hearths CMmaey Tiles Backs Oookir bF Uterils c hkmki iiJ Csr Economist aVaofaarr R r BRiiiGPFoRna Cele- - vs steel CO Â¬ CLAUDE SMITHS Â¬ W L Douclas S3t- SHOE 5 aIS THE BEST NO SUUEAMN CORDOVAN Â¬ three are woolen mills Only four are mentioned as shutting down one to lam make repairs another tor two wee- otln r beeaoaeoi a death ami the LADIES- running on short time oo account oi low BESTDONGCH water - on until If this sort o W LDCUCLAS BROCKTON MASS- November the result of the election nun Yoa cmo sare mirr br ptirrhaiu llulllill iioe- not - so satisfactory to the lepublieans Because aa tiny have been anticipating They the va e manag the ts to keep the h know ing that more wheels are turn- i var a1 ll Uiird r w Tears All thev at until after election If the only looted two inoiit The Canadian Gazette confirms the drought had Kepuuiicaii prospects would be opinion that Lord Randolph Churchill ge Is not enamored of reporters says the brighter A Montreal Westminster Gazette AFTER MANY DAYK journalist who during his lordships recent yisit there endeavored to obIn September IMS on the liattle field tain his views on public tpuestions was ith Mountain Md John Tyler oi I express answered thus my If views I shall only annoy you I dont Company P Kortv tifth Regiment P V want to annoy you 1 have aunoved V took from the ocket of a dead rel el r a love letter dated July 3 Isiil enough people Asked as to how he liked Montreal his lordships observawritten to the latter lv his atlianced tions were equipoised between the who then lived in Richmond county complimentary and the uncomplimen- Â¬ North Carolina and who signed heraeM tary Hut he was pointed in praise of It enclosed a look of her hair Kate Windsor and Dominion square the What does your lordship think of the Mr Tyler carefully pre ervtd the letter and has Ion been trvin to lind the value of the colonial conference1 Nothing Nobody writer A copy of it was iOMOtlj asked the reporter does Same as any other political to the governor of North Carolina whv was the reply farce All nonsense caused it to lie published in the local pa I am afraid you are rather cynical Kate Lead Randolph said the retwrter and jiers This found the writer Yes every who is now a widow and lives at River Lord Randolph remarked When at ton X sensible man is nowadays and who lias written to Mr nmipeg on his way to the coast it Tyler The latter returned the loanj lost seems that Lord Randolph Churchill love letter and lock of hair by mail to gave local reporters a reception in comparison with which his treatment headdress of Mis A C McNeill Ri of Montreal journalists was quite erton N C Toledo Blade An interviewer who asked his genial A NEW COUNTERFEIT 5 NOTE illustrious subject if he could have live minutes conversation was met II As BEEN DISCOVERED HY THE SKCKKI I No you cant with the reply am ico okkr Kits never see reporters its years since I A new counterfeit So national bank talked to one they annoy me Tory note lias bean discovered by the secrel much Please go away It is on t service orlieers t iiiM iid will cuis tai auupjs Natlonal Mkluk Mit wk The academy of natural seienee has iust come into possession of a rare fish hitter B series oi 1862 W S Uosecrans which can boast of a pair of lunjrs in register E II Nebeker treasurer por addition to the gills with which alone trait of larfield i tavored nsh are enanreo lliene- it s pbotoyrapic production the scus oi amuiiiig treasury and rank cessny in inese and panels apparatus is reaaiiv seen wnen tne on back containing numbers number be- charter of the animal are known In habits Africa where the fish lives it inhabits ing colored with pen and brush The lakes and ponds which are often com Â¬ entire face of the note is brown instead pletely dried up during the dry season if black no attempt having hecu made Aa lon- - as the water remains the to iiide evidence of photography lunf fish lives as do the other members of the tinny trilie and breathes by WANT A STAti PARTY iaeana of his gills but when the ponds dry up he burrows down into the M1S IEAKKY Not A aCCCafla M mud and makes a round nest where he TIC EXrXOKKR liwne in comiTi it tiunmiiiii lirui f n ct iiiiv ti lit bytil means ofrnl Oimiirtikn untilv tha The party tho accompanied Pearry his lungs ing and wife on their recent expedition to rainy season releases him agaiu Northern ireeuland are much dissatia lied with their treatment and charge A Lone Winded Ptano Player A Milwaukee pianist named Cravagni that Pearry did not live up to his agreeÂ¬ has just won a bet by piayiug for twenty-f- ment that the victualing arraiijremeuts ive consecutive hours without a were insutlicient and that thev were lercn at night and i to a lot of red tspe and autocrati played till the following day The private BectwtOJ adds that n of a iurv of ciifht under the No expedition can over succeed with a musiejuns his selections ranging from - ra Wagner to From time to woman alour to hamper it Prof T C time a friend poured colTee tea aud Chamberlain the eggs beaten in Marsala wine down his valuable infjrniht throat and at the end he offer gbanera having made a personal keep on for another six hours but nation found no takers Lord Randolph t liurchill Would Not Ba Interviewed Â¬ Â¬ DISLIKED REPORTERS ing than ever a 57 JAZ S E FSEE2LA 7 U ELS Garnett House Saloon W STUART JONES Proprietor Pure Whiskies Brandies A Wines c 3 the g on I wid hr afrir sell pure leu whiskeyai Jj 25 per gallon yei I have engaged the Terrill as bartender who will be pleased to have his friends call ami see him ART KINKS larnrtt eet House Salaaa 40 39 SOLIDTRAINS BtrUEFN WITH CINCINNATI am PALACE LOUIS ST LOUIS SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN am WASHINGTON VIA D C BIG FOUR ROUTE The elegant service offered by the Big between Cincinnati and -excelled hy no other line Night tr ai composed of new cars throughout aches of the latest improved pattern Wagner sleeping Cars in service to Hay trains hav larlor ami Jars and Exquisite Iimng Cars and ITirough Paace rs be tween St Louis and C via Indianapolis th the leake A Ohio Ry in connection The Iimng Car Serfamous E F Y vice extends through fro Washington hor luil inf ing rates etc apply to nearest ticket agent of add D B MARTIN G P v T A Koui ul io Â¬ j e o Mccormick p -- t m THE 1 CORNER U located on the SALOON An- - md kil ters and can fa spoon age and Wa icu with picas L Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report T WILSON Prop IU 1 free from Tha FIshac of North America Th- JOB PRINTING rth A which mean - ve ine r Ma Richmond Pastor H jor Services first and second Sundays a 10 a m Lecture and benediction OB the same evening IVOI WM and Wa l IfwH wctii to 01 Iivv AR40E1JTEIY PURE Powder THE CLIMAX OFFICE THE CLIMAX - rCBLISKt atVKKY WIHSWDAT BY A lady passenger on tlie C A O train A gave liirtli to a baby boy recently on the liiHWjlij nam ink i W Hi Alt la t i BRECKINRI1 Till RELATION OF THE PHENOM OF HYlNoTlfM AM V I Hrvb Prt I ATTENTION The Climax Printing Co it rati love was the cause as- - al L tikon actios on iiil tin1 f rKWART u luu as werlf officers was that while is- peutances as iuce re and An Aagd form in sweetest strain NOTIONS publicity of hifl lit ADTESTIS12TC BATES A beautiful illustration of the subjec Â¬ A few brief illustrations of the value public action ao he van tion of the will of one individual to that oitle cologne NEW FULL WINTER I ngel brother U sacrament till February of another is Been in the administration of cultivating attention and then am IOC am done It is said that dissection shows Tbcts 3 of anaesthetics for minor surgical operaThimbles ic each that the peripheral nerve endingv in the 3 Are What We Are Now Offering tions as for the extraction of teeth In tips of DOUGLAS TURPIN CO HE V itetl over tbp Pins ic paper Th SLOW the lingers of Mind persons who c paper or so cailed capital operation the f water works The individual by touch arc are accustomed to read Tape ic He reached out as if he would catch apprehension as to the result in usually much bettor devrtoped than in other the local company n bo own Builders Hair p n ic box Architects at its to preclude the possibility of During tin past fmir sreeks vi art witli it to a bold of er but she eluded bis grasp providing as it were a sec nersons thus Hair curlers 4c Smmmmmmmmvmmmmmmmmmmm Again he made an equally feeble attempt exercising perfect faith and as a r firm who may Ink 4c ondary brain in the tips of the lingers of Ik- in 204 E MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY and an in abe eluded him Once more juence the patient often fails to comply such persona or at least enabling tiie imMucilage 4c 2 collar buttons ic he made an attempt and she bad with the requests of the operator and for to be lommunicated to the Tacks ic paper It is sail that Senator David Punnet no difficulty in eacamna This time she a time resists the influence of the ana s pressions brain much more readily than ordinarily Safety pins ic cii CONFECTIONERY Every day r iver h fir Will furnish plans anJ pecilcatiens for mil the man on arhoaa the anaai rinn ivani jadiaajant almost anary tbetic But in minor operations where Window shace30C It has also been demonstrated recently all kntls ot huilitii lperuitrnd we alic r jli tor tlveinor oi New lorn was unani- Â¬ vit befer What do yon mean ah I ace curtains 411c iaim- - the patient has faith in the operator and Will six that a deaf mute who is in the habit by same at the to Mich an arrav mously forced by the convention lias el bv thus t n heart complete c confidence in the painlessness and stic ti villi to kiss me We are pre close attention of catching words by the tract anv work in oar line For a good breakfast dinner or sup- Â¬ interviewed by Nellie Ply a news Ribbon ic yard MI I 1 presume the operation the first Btage of pared to do the finest work on short nohe hesiUlted that per for 1 5 cent call on movement of the lips can through the tice Childrens school icpevter on t 1 4 29 hypnotism and re til v the tirst Btageof meant h kiss you handkerchief 3c ecl movement of the lips as represented in a distinjril thinks the w thesia ia reached when the cone is drew herself up proudly then Soap 3 and 5c series of pictures taken in quick RU ity for the ten- - steppine near bint and gazed down on applied and begins Hatpi 5c the patient Our stock of Drc ion by the kinetosvope while a person is MRS H MAILR Hearth brooms IOC bun defiantly willingly to breathe deeply and freely oes Ha what has been spoken speaking read Crayons be box Well she aaid emphatically A M Urer and more complete why as he iv requested Ir Hodgeaa it San regardless of the time or distance that NO 21 FIRST STREET lie of the Teaspoon 4c set Francisco stated before the World Ex Tablespoons 6c Methodist preachers in tie- United in heavens name dont you do it the speaking has intervened between lumbian Dental Congress at Chicago in Balis jc DEMOCRATIC TICKET llopkinsvile the l7tli ul- and reading Thisse cases illustrate the THE PUBLIC BUILDING Hammers c thai on one occasion soon after t lie timo at the age of 92 He never value of special training and the neces Padlock with two Feet mouth piece of the cylinder containing Fresh Oysters P anytl uel a lollar in sity of conatnnt application in the devel keys 5c retary Carlisle on the Hh authori- nitrous oxide laughing gas s had been e lather in daw of Ir Fine bras lock 25c opment of any function or faculty It is Mackerel and Herring zed the rejection of all contracts made placed to 1iiut liny until vou ra t the mouth of a patient who A I Oil cloth 15c d ry of church exteii- - for the completion of the public building was to have a tooth extracted and a few too an illustration of that universal law Also Mince Mtis Apple Caps 10 and li visited Jackson last May at Richmond for the reaaon that the words of encouragement and assurance of phvsics especially applicable to the 250000 feet of lumber and fencing plank hats Ladies j - Nicholasville IVniorrat Mixed Iickles makes activity and at Harbers coal yard to be sold at once Batter building cannot e completed within the and 40c science of life which spoken he wis informed by his Mirrors 4 10 and The water in the by Congress only ant that tiie patient was ana sthetizod vitality inseparable TilECE is more than a probability that amount appropriated ami Dried Frints at He will -- live you boa rippling stream is purer than that in the appropiat it was intended and ready lor ii the trough will the operation He pro J REASONABLE PBICl in the gentle WSSV January 1st rdcrs that this sum would build a handsome ceeded to extract the tooth and after be- stagnant pond and the air kSFY breeze is purer than that in the secluded brick structure with stone ornamentathe delivering of scrap in ing aroused the patient declared that she With every purchase of SI ask for that nook So too activity develops muscle 13 i tions ASSIGNEE niv McCreary succeeded how- bad felt no er The water wnks plain pain and indeed did not KEY It may be worth 25 to TOD and idleness favor the accumulation of ever in having atone substituted for know that the tooth had of the Tinted been extracted After sev uue cumbersome r WS HS- lit It was bought in by the brick but as the work nrocressed it was ITpon examination of the cylinder howSSas of imprif and will lie made dear fa the department that the ever it was found that bv an oversight eral generations the wings 12 0 of Remaining unclaimed n the cmipleted Haifa million dollars have appropriation would be iisutiicient to the tap or screw regulating the escape of birds become smaller for the lack use than the wings of birds of the same at Richmond Ky fm the week ending complete the building heme the order gas had not been changed already been expended on the plant and not a of the Sect retary species that are free and after a time October 17 I Sc4 Nothing more will lie particle of gas had escaped It was a Tin BStb annual meeting of the Grand Beh grow blind in the waters of subteron the Inn ling until Ioi complete hypnotism without the M of Kehtili ky con of light and Special Washington telegram knowledge or intention of either the ranean caverns for the want c in Louisville Monday the th inst the exercise of tl e visual center The I doctor or patient The fakirs wares are I Post Office hours from 6 a m to 6 p m Mr lames V tattoo HENRY CLAYS DESCENDANT Brooksville lack of use paralyses while tl purchased not because the purchaser Money order and registered letter hour of Some before the people of MaJi M DOWELS umined them but because be was of a faculty stimulates the center that prompt 7 a in to 530 pm IN III ii nncil met Monday night faculty By a life of watching and lisW A POWELL r m bypaotiaed by the prating of the fakir A MVOW I UUC sou county with a full line ol John tening the sight and heating centers are Ir Thomas s Bollock moved fa a Patent medicines are usually effective usually more highly developed iii the Look out for fires as veil as storms M The Grand Chapter I met Boote yiios iV ind are just in proportion as the mystery sur- Â¬ Powell Turley 3 ay night YV I Coons M I H bill of particulars before Justice Law- Â¬ rounding their discovery and composi- Â¬ North American Indian than in the ifcF determined to Ma nee iin unty was rence of the Supreme Court yesterdav white man who is fast replacing him It not get A re vou in it insurance in an action brought acainst him by tion is increased and the number of miThe mother who is anxioueabnat her in it Powell Turlcv od Alice B Ballock for an absolute divorce raculous c T SATISFIED TIIK WYS child is aroused In- its slightest cry while Tin it the He denies the marriage am wants parThe so called magnetic or electrifying she may lie indifferent to other noises Who have trie best companies Answer ticulars as to When and where it was speakers ere usually those who in ad Â¬ Sentinels guards and watchman who are Towel fc Tl nnty 3 2 tJviTJTrijTJTJTrijTjTrinjtri tv have failed jyvuuw dition to rated and who were present 2 a good voice have accustomed to certain signals are Dont wait until vou are binned out involved On April 10 he married Annette learned to master the situation secure aroused by these signals when much law Mr E B Muir is McDowell daughter ef Major heir Powell Turlev hold attention bv interestini their McDowell louder noise fails to make any impress- a grandson of Henry Clay ajoe uiosi auemue listeners 10 shows that while at infair- The best companies adjust promptly nt in the Coonti sermon are usually the members of the action v- him He tention may not be a separate faculty of Powell si Turlev -- V ja and ci the lives with his wife in Islington Ky ministers own faith and order because the mind like judgment or will y t men He ay he met the plaintiff in v ha e coiilidencc in him and faith in There is no medicine so often needed in those conditions umiii which it depends withheld until the facts are teachings speculators and misers can U SO nt and she trained that attention can be even home and so admirably adapted to - a matter 1 usually the most attentive listeners highly developed widow It simply shows the purposes for which it is intended as at thetme He denies that there was to lecte cks and bunds and bow what we see in t very day life that the Chamberlains Pain Balm Hardh a week ny to convert the nroducta of the farm or inon law nr nwmn but some mini tr of the family has North child noosf accustomed to obey and give nial between them into paying investment IN Be II on the it A toothache or headache ma attention is the one most ready to obey children are usually the most interested and reed undary of give attention it shows too the rea- be cured by it A touch of rheumatism in such exercises they are must attenAmcria son why those citizens who are most ac or neuralgia quited The severe pain ol a i l l AN TRICK tive listeners to lectures illustrated by Chili customed to obeying and upholding the burn or acaM promptly relieved and the 4 light and C Bennett with thi tin ml I Maaon kind law of the land are the most ready to do sore healed in much less time than when There must be no dis ne licimli- - Oilio has originated a novel plan to pre medicine has to be sent for party A sprain this when an emergency ai In the wild eagrr rash of the center of the special sen Â¬ argains at line to the Ar- - vent iu defacing or oth- - turbance may be promptly treated before iillamma UflDHTi our ereal ses or appetites such as noise odors injuring tion sets in which in- - ires a cure in about AMirilhU MIKIiKK id bearing bright light pain hunger or thirst to one third the time otherwise required divert the attention neither must there Aud a Speed Veageaace Taken Iv I lie in bold letter- laneiro the houd receive immedi be strong impressions on the mind to ex ad another h Veo- i 1 not break ate attention before the parts become iilaturs aaattaaaal Open or deface this sale It contains cite the emotions give rise to apprehen which can be only done when A man by the nanseofOecar Morton - and paper reftoctions that will pre- Â¬ nd capita ade tributary t the t valuable me only A ore throat Those who have waited arc now from 1owell county w ho although voung Piin Malm is kept at hand i the com vent concentration of the mind With in years is old in crime had his mortal may be cue before it beam Tn their reward You ban advamau bination U Forty six back such surroundings and such mental career cut short by a noose which was A troublesome corn may re itmiveJ by Every perron a chance to pnr- I Our Years of Experience in Buying Tm F which back to5L If conditions on the irt of the hearers at- effectually applied after he had commit appl ing it twice a day for a week or two and our ability to huy low well known chase goods at their true if the aaee A lame back may be cured and several and lock tention is likely to be g ted a dastardly murder at the cl as to need no comment isuing it for fear of fire an interesting one and is properly Mr Bennett declares I ir a pain in presented While it is the province of the Beattyvill Fair in Lee county tbeio forburajkn de or chest relieved without paving Morton left his home in Stanton and heputy Grand Master C P pnal with the preacher to administer spiritual fod took passage far lieatty ville on a freight a doctor bill Procure a 50 cent bottle at and Warden C him to his Bock and the dutv of the physi Nicholasville Democrat it For train He had two revolvers aud evi- once and you wiil never rand exani N to relieve his patients Kanffek of Mt sterling S Hagan dently started out for blood On his sale bv W P Powers and lirand even if it require the Ue ol the knife this device to pre- druggisN li W Morris l and strong medicines vet as the mind trip he it is said made iiis way onto safe lor twenty years at more the engine and undertook to kill the itowu Mr Kaufli S8 well as the soul and body must lie Hissiiliitiuii Notice ii well known fireman because he would not increase which n tleated the minister who fails t to Ni w lS the The Buchanan Greenleaf We are assured that when you tonally intersperse among his sermons a the speed of the train The fireman got bare this da d Lumber Company Greenleaf retire- the drop on him and thus saved his life J discourse upon the reasonableness have seen our large stock and that n ters over tiie Farm- to the firm are Arriving at BenttyvUle he tilled up mg All per o Mrs Belle K Spent in our Store will ea- and philosophy of Christianity will give tank in your town our choice from it that you with a comfortable- jag and wended his requested to call at once and settle their Ue you to enjoy HOIKS when vn Mill encouragement to skepticism in his conaccounts as llie business of the firm will iraini Mrs gregation and the phvsiciauwbo relies way to the fair grounds where he en be closed tip at as early a date as will consider that you have the items home and examine them folly THE NEXT CONGRESS possible id Warden tone upon an explanation of the cold countered Sam II igg gate keeper He down take a peseta make a memorandum A C Hi en AN av 1Uv - tlis fall Both of pathology will make converts to presented a ten dollar bill in payment boot what you want take an earlv start J E Greknlkak the for a ticket and because of some delav in annual meeting at importance re- - homeopathy For there are some per get lure before the crowd and see how much Richmond Ky Oct 17 s0 obtaining change grew insolent and rardlese of the bearings these elections sona who nstituteil that they money vou can save at our welt cursed lb igg in i ited ladies and their Are you insured amy have uion legislation for the niem- - can not admit any Powell Turley truth unless it VALE THE TIME the House may play an important pectible of being submitted to the cru- escorts and intimidated the entire crowd 3 Sheriff William fTjmim was sent for and pan in the election of the next lresiden cial test of logic and reason An elegant new Chickering Piano tor While on backy Times an A the of the United Hi On the largest and best line ever In Rich ther hand there are others who on his appearance Morton produced both sale Apply at this office P A organ published in Lexington has 15- of his pistols and bringing them on a It may be that ia 1896 upheavals and care nothing lor such tests mond of Dry Goods of all kinds Clothinn of either in Full consideration and fair treat ided publication divisions in some of the states mav pre Â¬ medicine or religion ami are controlled level with StoXtta heart called to him Dont neglect our insurance Iowell all kinds Fnrnishing Goods of all kinds lli Mriiin to halt but immediately shot with both Turley in let urn lor your monev vent the GORED BY A BULL t at the by faith alone As an illustration of this 5 Hosiery of all kinds Flannels of all iintrv to bullet broke the right hand pistols polls and the election thereby will lie truth think for a kinds vv nat moment who among about your insurance Powell Blankets of all kinds Hats of all kinds 1 Alber Ilytbe As C your acquaint area are skeptics Csu- - of Mr Simms but with the other be Turley riiv Mo was evolved upon - from the 3 2 m divided politically Democrats ally those whose lives have been such drew his weapon and fired at Morton adiii on the stii inst Carpets of all kinds Cloaks of all kinds niim- Insure that big barn Powell ft Tur- vancing as he fired One shot passed win and to preserve this status it miserable failures that they and on all kinds of goods that you know cannot have through incl the the neck of the desperado but ley ombeut upon Democrats in every faith or those who dogmaticallv reject 32 of re WOMAN DISFIGURED FOR LIFE c uauou e go- aepi uy me wiae state to bend their energies and devote everything that can not be tested by be continued the fight Hogg joined in A blaze will start Powell vere abunTurlev Mrs Jacob Pressler had a narro the melee aud was made the target for aucau tcduer their time and labor to preserving as near their so called rule of reason u the 3 2 some of Mortons bullets which cut his ible the present Deaaocratic ma- Â¬ other hand who are the greatest th She poured gasoline benefi I would rather trust that medicine than clothing in several places of hot water to aoften the wa- jority by States in Congn tub ciaries from homeopathy Manifestly k five ter An explosion was the result and After the tight waaover Sheriff Simms any doctor I know ol says Mr Hattie It is not at all likely that the number those possessing the greatest amount of the county jail Mrs Preaater is horribly Mason of Chilton Carter county Mo burned and dis of Iemixratic Congressmen from the faith -- the children who are practically was found dead a bullet having pi and through his heart The murderer wis in speaking of Chamberlains Colic Cholington Press Southern State will be dimim hed bv little bundles of faith Who are I the the immediately jailed but a crowd num era and Dianhoea Remedy For sale by mure than tWO or three iiiembers if that next CALL AND SEE IS most numerous beneficiaries who had been CTUTJTJ winjuinjinnruutuxTLruiruuxri W F Powers and T S Hagan drugWANTS A DIVORCE many and iipublican aaaHjal possnedng the next greatest bering LlKJ men infuriated bv the death and Than irtro ieiiuslv leen con- of their beloved and popular young gists etlorts are aooordittgiy directed to the amount of faith the women v God bless iiirniiieshortK n daughter of officer and the cries and lamentations of astern Middle and Western States In the good women of this country What liler llaiiiman was Every mother should know that crcup her husband these they are working to gain Congress would beeosae of Christianity in this day his wife at once oiganized and at night riug a very ler James Jai aaohate divnrce to block further presented themselves at the jail and deÂ¬ can be prevented The first symptom of tariff reform legislation of logic and reason of stocks ami and the cantody of her child Habitual loin the old i true croup is hoarseness This is followed and also to control if possible the elec- binds hurry and push it it were not manded the prisoner after some show by a chile and the ir drunkenness and illtreatment at peculiar rough cough If Chamberof resistance on the part of the jailer tion of a President should this duty de- Â¬ for the good women of the country at the la They were married 17 id lains Cough Remedy is given treelv as the prisoner was surrendered volve upon Conareaa Why are there so few homeopathic sure 1aul of old he be on August L tth soon as the child becomes hoarse or even They proceeded toa railroad bridge Dear Thensiranili reatingnpon Deaaoerat geons rWaane the knife cauuot be vvvwywvv NV at hand where after tieing the BOOM prop- - after the cough has developed it will prein every Congressional district is there sugar coated HE MILKED was Paul r and 50 cent bottles ariy around his neck ordered him to vent the attack nost pronounced for united and The Hartford Coiirant ia responsible M reason that a surgeon can not well lor sale by W F Powers axd T S Ha- Â¬ harmonious action for standing by Dem- Â¬ jump troui the lnil e A lirst rate joke took old for the lolowin- keeeatee sueoeeefal practitiouer among was soou proaoauead which he did and gan ocratic nominee- - as one man ami for redead His bod Z BUCK EYE women and children for ordinary ills and the locks atone lately in our court room A wo taining control of the next hoiWits left hanging mtii Sundar at noon man wa testifying in behalf of bet mmmmmmmmmmmmmtm and eseciitll thc reason that he can not SHAVINGS When given opixrtunity to say his prayThere is but little danger that rariaT reu ne Jailer and swore he bad worked on a farm ever an hypnotist or Christian scien- Â¬ ers 2 form legislation wiil take a step liack he refused saying that he had nut The man who calls out in the morn- Â¬ buntiny than since he was lxirn The tist is that in the minds of many his who done so in liis lucky days and had not the ing that he is getting uj when he isnt ICUBES wards but there is area em- - very presence uaained bet said Ye assert vnu waste NOTHING BUT PlLgg he idea of the face to call on the bered the possibility of a failure to linl then Morton simply lies in bed that your son worked on farm ever knife and bleed This leaves a legiti- had killed three men and was a President at the polk There are two places where it requires 7 A SURE end CERTAIN CURE 7 under a I ince he was born This contin-mi-- mate field for the liomeopatliist do What unless it M known for 13 years as the did he do the fit una and can be filled by a regular physician who heavy bond in Powell county on account an effort to keep ones balance on the lie milked Of murder he had committed some two ice and at the bank BEST REMEDY for PILES fct The law ver evaMratel antral the is willing to give to the mind its legiti- Â¬ next House Nashville American months ago When sober he was said think Jack is tired of being my NOLI BY ALL BBlOOIaTS IICU- mate place in the treatment of the body to have been a god hearted fellow and slave He is getting so anxious that I V PrwiritraaASri KS8 AN ENTERPRISING 11 KM R L07I3 But there is still another class that even should marry him Uealnrss Cannot be nre the homeopathist cannot reach as even when drunk a demon An eye witness rim tiie upper y Company will Adam was the tirst Odd Fellow says that Sheriff iiiiins walked up to but L nnn peseta the idea of medicine p King in shortly brejn the erection of a fonr storv bv local applications a the cannot reach C Such Morton and told him that it he would when he took Eve into psrtaerahip he the dMeaaed portion of the ear There i BS are usually those who in ever 1- kbeainesa house adjoining their have been leave thegroOJftds to le of the inilependeni order ie would not arrest Onlv fine av tn r I Jackson who Enactions disorders NO 111 MAIN STREET iiliient This hits iRn ucciiicssana that is Who are the visitors over at Blinkers him the answer was the tiring of the by rom titutional rerredie baa In eii in the employ ol the made necessary bv the Deafness is and have failed to get relief from medi in- veep a nice clean house and will sell aa ves No they cant he for the pistols which he held oininitaiieoiisly OLD STAND belirm Tiie build- caused by an inflamed condition of the cines and are Dually cured by the Chris- Mauv what you want witnesses pronounce the Border whole iaiiiilv seemed glad to see them mucous lining ol the Faater titan ing will stand lietween A lew person who tulie tian scientists have as cold lilmxle and unjnstitiahle and inflamed tou have a in time Suffered from some real organic rise K C lailroads extending from one to Wicn th Wf will I Ihis is hui another echo rom the unand and Awarded r lnmlier Company has -- and who have gone ti or imperfect hearing and THK VERY BEST at the ex the rounds willingness of juries to inflict the death Highest Honors Worlds Fair when it isenlir penalty on clearly proven criminals of all the Doctors and tied all the Herrm j h and will front U in Kentucky are perinit and uncss the maamatatioa can be remedies have anally by between 40000 an According t on the K C nature or by t d tn escape their ust deserts on Uken out and tlus tube Mstacad to its nor- the aid of some - Winchester Sun rom one medicine been cured so pretexts and through specious argu- Â¬ mal condition bearing will be destroved - their real other can not Ik11 Sanaa 1 disease was concerned ments mad by attorneys for thed hat is made in the State at j N ine case out of ten are through family influence and othei lorever - s on a fifteen WOMEN STUFFED THE IM per gallon delivered anywhere causni I but years of long suffering have The people have risen in their own di y catarrh whu in the citv but an in- - upon their minds and they are mentally A We also have i The act similar feelin icin- ar old u hisK of the mucous surl SUCH AS- unable to realize that thev haw people iKiti riots wiiich W vl gfve one hundred aoBer for er brandies etc and ton i Vurn Mr - ago weaer - to cbas sl faith Ii ive whole Rllliiert p j kepi in a good house amy case of an e all spina ration bv every thiukiin urrbj and in medicine and have come to look nerval Call and see us Joe Mitchell will -- s ujiiiui ii red in the ruiea Dv Hall Catarrh j to B supernatoi wait on jou with great pleasure ritlim tat aid Thev v ti g on lor circulars tree beh hav- U miracles atid send for the sign of a And will tell at lowest prkx Ch ing room lor Ua0M in a veriIbops Toledo O AJn xieiuiM who tc Ik thpii tlni or an uttei disregard for was ck Sold by druggis the mini will do lor them what it did for iw to Uike ro it Ap- There we ply nforciiig the law to many in oka s autliori ieve est mi every offender rich Sadowsj Hands are trade rment mitli omfcssed lowest fine they take Dp rnsrs on the 2lt aWerfariaSU Dont buy them and if uiu wait rmtl MOST an made raci iki DAY - nil fiso ISM anlen fur takmir i assnei to the B1 next worhl he lelt bv the ouuuy Iia in H tlfti rrwl until alter tn priinarv ai not meir utwire tc influence public any notion that iiiirlit l U- - AI1K1 -- - IlllIHi MMi KN llElolK TIIK M 1- DI- - OCT 17 As exchange savs Hair dye is dan- - j deciewB i the A Frankfort man who used it gerotij niarriel h widow with six Miiall ehil- - heartfelt ti ilren It nit clear if the dye im- - deniaii oded from provel the mans aperance or gar I iie brain kk ui pirniKK llie llliailllilu i ll E AT sill KMIiKI Kit became impressed with the idea never he was a man that afterwards turned their backs on him A Teacher w ho fKissesses the happy fac- Â¬ ulty of being gentle firm and Kitive and who thoroughly understands her pupils and the Nvork before her and who can owe for all realize that she is master of the situation ought to be able to waive the aiagic wand and eon vert Idleness into a busy Ue hive of ac- Â¬ tive attentive if not hypnotised work- - In Memory of And weftping bitter I Shiffl tl ws withrina- blight Hath diattoed the hop of yars a my fiue j My Ii The world Win a d it l place iillwl tirerMercury anil 8 The night wind sihs around thy tomb p The wiUow Th Where thou art Lid tu sleep ttia rntnn1 treatment of Th STSteaB H ansa Potash- remediea - more to J i i u liHiil til ID Ill Trif llltJIlSf aim In ft 1j wnrfU i -- kU nn- w In molt common CiiaHnnnnnB rtrsuit i than before The i w SfeTlfwRARGAINiiiE lt - rt 1 i - fr 1 Â¬ ad II 111 thf vhLrli C k cure A few bottlee will afford rcUtf u hH4 failed a in in sol I suffered from a ererw attack of Mercnxtal IM iMilrfi m nmH mid eTS Del Hat swoi kin t nior than twice tbeir nrttural Ue cauMry paint the moftexcnictatlnnrwaax 1 spent hundreda but after takot dollars without Insr a few bottle oil 1 tin proved rapidly a nil am dow a well man I completely cured can heartllr recom l mnil your a wonderful medicine to anyone amjetea wit tniff painiui disease W F DALEY Brooklyn Elevated K R Omr Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease mailed j tree to any aoareas SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Oa f RHEUMATISM till most ATTRACTIONS ilH m 1 - Â¬ NEW GOODS stk 1 Â¬ BARGAINS LUMBER FOR SALE x3lo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i ill Boots Shoes Blankets Comf Canton Flannels and Flanne Prices never heard of before Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J ELDERS STRE1G Â¬ otX S Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ WE i STREN6 I Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ GIVE -- 1UIUIII9I upsTdedown fr OPENING I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c Â¬ SEASON aIa Ml Â¬ Â¬ i rert 1 i VALU- E- THE PROOFS l m Â¬ i Â¬ RECEIVED REDUCED PRICES Â¬ awae Â¬ HJSTRENG Â¬ I WALLACERICE TABLERSniTn niMTHHJT Â¬ i Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ rilllK Â¬ Â¬ laer Â¬ -- -t j 1 - J BUTCHER SHOP J k BLAKEMAN Â¬ Â¬ CM I DUNCANS I Â¬ i Â¬ WHISKY -- ALL KINDS OF iir FRESH MEATS -- le w CREAM Â¬ - i i fJ -- BAKING ipe Ct The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard i uaeone Dr Price WorW Fair rUghwt Medal and Cream Baking Powder Dio nmm t FARM WANTED ICE haaa1 ICE ICE ICE r Free 40 Jhtrant J W DUNCAN CO 1 THE CLIMAX Y IS A Print A Little IMckaniniH reak in - Mr PERSONAL q n Tin- IM SDAY TKK MiTICE little Ji I i hy tlmt weighs mih at other 1 Amanda Wli vine Grace II 8 t iwattu uting f with 1 that the caader Tri town the L and N He thinks too the F and N to leave it and riends we think too milch of him to let him K Mai i ulien the young traiii r froui anied oil a majority of the ul red ritilions with his horn i Mr Smith tiTTrfrrfa SFrTirn AND L TTTT 11 ami ips taking the Intv off oi wool IuiI to do will it --IlarrodBbtrt lKiiiiK-nitu- iter the 1 with llet ol Mis C T Fox WtU Dudley oi Waco baa returned to Fannie W is1 e to train would believe as lie I III H B ir mills l ly lr sal TriHQiili triumpl s 1 I aachieved Nieixi il W Byrnea at Lexington It Smith of Richmond V v Mad- Young tuliell BOW county hut came originally from At tiie ago of fifteen In ed out in biisiuest for himself and is In now about twenty lid br ke this time he has of ti in the State i j 4 the pkoctzr 99 50NT cam too OAP PURE SS WW ACCEPT iniTATIC o M i id i m i ti How lark Mv Tin aw At lith I y re inu r lor Btl parity mil Ktl li it ler in the Memphis Tenu was Ira Dr William White i - rwaru his with ins money ami time when he will retire from the ith a fortune which be richly fattier in Louisville mil w if r i M S S9S OF- N i PUBLIC SLE S 3E it w- th j Sadie and Mr- - Burch from town Ky are visiting their Mis F V Klder Mis- It y When you fail to purchase your wic rum Voriee Schoolfield yon maj rest assured that you have J i a fH tl r i partie- - npraawey oi lr r neparable a few days last WK SI W Mi MATRIMONIAL J 1 was ee his re Tli KrhniMKl Silver ltml urnal I V RichrjHM flu is wedding to take place about the middle of January Go t November will break of any pre ious history in the A i unit l i lively fiThursdayOct1894 n R j rurpin with booh 1 of Richmond yonng man who ling hotel IF nice r m on or about bis bride to taki ther couple liavt all their arrangements i Mr a ranawaj match on th Another couple way etc ad inlinatum - that with their nicely ti and their the band bw ivy blue sic ink P V At snfi Ollt To- l County Kentucky l ocla k a m on t lie I urill - wav by tives in this city mond hits ity t s the - in their in Ifunday iliarh - of 11 Monday by the Rev le cli ireb am editor of the Christian Guide William hi FALLEN 0 T00DS October m saddle hoi r 7 bro A rockaway horse broke to i - 9 mai v it W ned home A j I tar lut- - rnlio Hum in made our He Walter Hockaday and the pari The young h v V Duer- - Richmond Kentucky v Willar1 Hotel well known cut to th- - city to have uch joy in rount Mr and M s Miller havid n hat Tic ClIM w a a V Mr ieve in the e tin- - F Wi inty ty T I lie now lii Oentry n - have we bi adieu e fond bride till we arc called to i wed another on the m that of Misj Lbsie irrard ding Ir W F to Mr R F Walker of Lancaster I ran H H iiu mi man in Ken lh upon ernon an- - - aiil ii tT more of tober 17 Rut this hereafter If our young exini I I jj m c 4 SO J 9 V A I WSI plows in - MULES WORK Vfc V WV ite MaiK Al- 0 plem 9 row- u ill uiiiary 1 1 - ais mil Tkrms it - ml tiny very chai - w i and fai ill be This will be without doubt the greatest opportunity that will be offered you this season to purchase Cloak or Wrap at over f 4 I I r r r V i nial Dr Mr all lay morning T J It and Mi i llerndon has i retarning R Henry Perry the lciiy l of Rich- - M H Strictly Your Own yU U o DWTRIBBkE S3SS3SSSSSS5S3SSS WHITE S GIBSON The Reliable and Trustworthy Firm KY i We Mr F Perry of Lexi Mr and Mis Morton Perry ol - ii i i Ioc fohn r m uii- - city the pret- - liiihmunl It nin ii risk liraaiiH Rich Mr Jacet Tador of XI - tinty II ii Warn Reaglewei the bride in tiie l e U Wcl- - wocham hen I p From the stock of the very best Cloak House in the United States Whether you wish to purchase or not dont fail to call on the above dateOctol 23rd and examine this magnificent line of garments i i I J - - I OUR NEW STOCK OF t Mr After the and Flia tin Fct iple w ill i ii 111 mir in il UiUK r i NEW GOODS BOT lc Thos 11 itiou with West I ii wha on our shelves TO SELL 1 WE 3 do of who that Karr 11 Second lard- - i NtJE S ofth her relative in onr midst k OUR STOC 9 RICH7VYONID KY tacky appoint That t alty ile to J W stler Gentry of Sedalia is ilia Gentry ment ItBLKiIOUS part- ilish- - 4rriiM To Owners of LACE DEPARTMENT Oney on the Needs NSWjriDVERTISEMENTS t F Carr 1 J tin A in ite the unhurt at four Amuug a count J S B I V i Ii- - of the China Inland Mission workers in the inland parts of eleven of China now number venteen provinces of China county Miss Emma Baxter of Henry Jai to cut my b McKee on Industrial hi h SaJfi Is complete and adapted to the season The only inducements we offer are first class think it was kind of him we in ti - Baxter W H Ikinslas 1 our old friend Col can always rely on r if there i a camp meeting or ii You a on ha njr leil on the livan Mrs Tom Ph lps and tlau Mi in the city k to Lexington from p sition in Fra rved them i lui im - s - cy ffordn V M - ler of the w ith t matters not with then of stock voo will supply your m v j won the nveiit rinmia Futurity y yoor a tiie can and inn to take my hat eras hmij on am fain to is in M n iuda Girl Speaking public speaking in Mad There will lUiity in hehalf of tiie Hen Pilil- nonii folkfws Tweaday 1 e nvein- - m knife ii i and C W Miller ami tiiul home Friday - the rent Mobertey at Stajos stop and At John D omh1Iik- and V H Smith at uoapitarity track ik rea i magnitieent rJohn D Miturdav et S7I - a tradition to the and Hon J Ii bnrnain at them with a Judire John C Chetiault ville whip Certain H is and I H Sullivan at Valley View ami lie William Chenault and J Tevis Cobb at ii it of them Eted Wednesday Oct 1st -- Hon lame- - B lilt brunette aflat McCreary and S 1 1arrish at Kirks- ville Tliurs lav Nov lst Hon Jan M violinist ami tan han- MiCrearyaud Judjje J C Chenault at 1 October 53 Searcy at fa 1 A rjoUiran Fridav Nov 2d Hon James R Mc creary and Bow W B Smith at Union K- - W Miller at to ive hulletins of City K H Crw B aha tliat may be aii I M Chenault and P 11 points Tbife without tMiliivan Ht Doylesville Hon James B An equitable arÂ¬ inlay November rangement eau be made with the Maria- MK nary and J A Sullivan at Million r J no na will be fur Hon W H have be K H Crooke at Kingston until tl mi arrange Smith and V ui your precincts at P H Sullivan am re C ti lreck ami frenci it I -Â¬ I re Â¬ Mrs Ki Morfords drag rtore mind and Mr and Mrs of the same p - in the city tint f Richmond a Vmbrose Pudle N holasville recently for the purn filing proper papers with the clerk and credential- ratic Con- rnal Convention to have io McCrearys name printed on the ballots lur Mr Dudley is ecretary lasville Demoi W Lampton tiie versatile cor- udentofthe Courier Journal drop tst Thursday with a newly ned pencil and his little kmlak and at once set about writing up a histor- Â¬ ical and pictorial sketch of Richmond and Madison county The Col hat taiuly stunk it rich for Madison county - not only with noted people but who have with remit away of the Richmond Mr T C Adams ogling with the fair Iantarapi Stanford Journal sex here Sundav The Pantagraph man was not known to be in Lincoln county until the Journal It is ruBM gave the secret away just rumored however that he i to launch upon tne uncertain sea of mat- Â¬ rimony with a Stanford girl ami this may account for his unheralded visit 1 R F Tutley and two iimoiid and Mrs R isiting Mi- - John C Spears Richmond was Mis Sam the guest of Xlis John C 6 Miss Mary Friday ami Saturday Welch Fo- Welch and niece M f Lewis Logan at H C Welch of We- Lexington Mr ami Mrs r8p a farmer They 11 irrah for our School McKee will preach ide awake men and are looking and Saturday nii iy in this city well to the interest of the school to lectures he will introductory Oat Sunday School began the new next Thursda night on the Fife with renewof Christ and The Ten Command Will last through the w liter lially invited to re were eleven colored coiiv attend the cent meeting baptised new il- Mohammedanism has won J 00 Sunday aftorn id wretched A eopj r hern Asia nvria at tne ii to Mi s Ida Batdwia Christianity after kfriea Finder and S in Kchm md ian church n centuries ol lite has won otlkv ve the book mi and with the excep- - ami oblige the owner m -c I tiiii of China and Turkey its happy and our preacher Mr i people rule the world tael -- ell a In Korea date from Methodist beth Bnt only a few yean after the country Clarks noble daughters In be e limited degree opened to forÂ¬ I congra- if bjs congregation here it of the eigners Until the breaking mutual ncqwsruou them on their t war they arere considered to be ijBl Williams left Fust week to in a fairly prosperous state They sus the winter with her parents near tain one theological two liirli and live Her High Bridge Jessamine coimtv Sunday whimls with something leas than pted apeak a score nf missionaries a considerable with Mrs J FStone of Bicbmond number of whom are skilled in the ned ner dextrous fingen will delight ieu art feminine mind the of i e Baptist B W Dr Nuuuelly was called upon to atnpu tattoo in Kentucky baa unren out hanls nt i tale tive lingers from t the following statistics Kvmber of ehur- gilt The wound W4M received ed 185 Increase by lwitisiii iIih i xilosioii oi a dynamite cartv relation 589 re6tor- - iv hv letter Fins ou tier waj io which she louud lelti is liiC lien i ad ill The Doctor said the heat from by h esdnsion 2 it to explode her hai death 101L The total membenhip is 17 The chureh has 878 snnday Pragraja schools in which officers and teachers meeting of the Womans he annual Con- number 3627 ami scholar and Home Mission So Contriba-os in schools a iti l3S in icMeth list church Richl tiins in achools amoanted to 1101233 The church proficrty in the State lias a 19675 and is valoed The reported cootribotione 3017 moii by Dr BsAt Mate and district year arc Rev Thur- Lapsley C -1 Morning Work Continued - Office an BARGAINS Call on us before purchasing elseÂ¬ r iher wii Pledges for Future Work TltlilSll vy xnii r ition Meeting by ii i 1 R FREEMAN where dent per Adjourn Elegut As A it aiu tion on Residence fL G DO NOT FAIL To Visit Our MILLINERY r r I C Grand Millinery October Opening at Turner Saturday the beauifu 27 At ocock occupied by L Cook or niei Letchers Friday and Orchard street third hooM from Mjin oatamis tree Saturday Oei 19 20 water thinj iid opportunity to buv a coniplete Everybody invited hiroi A 3 El mCTT it i iUil 1 1 foi Iy 1 7 Ever- - HERE lv in fn - Ii F C H IVane San the man who always runs the rnaimoth excursion over the It N I V 15 K K will pilot an excursion parlv from Versailles to Kinds Station and Irvine This will gi you an opportunity ol spending a iav in the autumn woods and of gather Go and revel in the beau ing chectasti Many of the teachers ties of nature n Woodford Jessamine and Madison Train irm will chaperone the parties Richmond at 911 a m returns aboul Â¬ WE ARE nut la io Real Estate W WE IlSimS wii T FORV BYV G W tSVANS SON iv A FARM in 2F milei ol Ricbaaond improved land at S u per acre A i i Whoare y THE NEW MERCHANT TAILORS WHEN YOD NEED hTW CLOTHING 530 p m e f go to the larger cil articles can be tal here tor less lined to ids and our NEW ADVERTISEMENTS n FARM directly on a good tu Price X RICHMON- D- STEAM jo land unJ tobacco barn it LHUNDRY NZE V HON ere A FARM o J I AL - I 5 i LATEST STYLE TAILOR MADE CLOTHES It aildtd a Merchant Taiioi ire and our IMPORTS UNSURPASSE1 r al in RICHMOND EVERYTHING NEW EVERYTHING NOBBY EVERYTHING STYLISH STOCK Our cotter MR II even if von di not it ivur triwid A PLEASURE FOR US TO Ministers 1442447 making f 0 Central Mel I r and Work do well as auv utiter Laundry an lbs Country SHOW Til AI READY MADE CLOTHING ai lil Fir Alsra PRICES HO HIGHER ihurs try ORDER in the city I New I K K Articles of lanj J Te by law I at Silver n leen and K W Miiler on Oct -ti sp At Kirksville n the 7M p m and at per- - wilibettinat View ou Oct l7th will beri at ihA K p in all other wyj i j veryooo Chairma1 laka FUl writes the Journal to cl of his paper to So F W lliistn street New York City where lie will taki injr his practice in charge of Dr O W Miss Florence Barlow the Batler if the Sr nt hern n ilay ile w ho Â¬ ki 1 te353 kiipillB klm - 1 Un Tribbles e Kailroad which was recently sold by urt points named k p m neakrBX u m iHeld J W thii t The tire was arrival of the department by a bucket brlgado It origi nated in a defective flw town M Miss in a collar of which their wag no all B st It would one of the the B l SOLICITED S3Si if ffjf NG mhs itwoirau NO 1 Tirrl 3t mm iuerance lllKlli- - loi Jouri All speculation about rid 08 ru K SULPHUR CLiNKERS Ku- - Tiiil Jojfal beeliag Hstioa to hi l Tas fl H ii wrioratrs who are slsO BSnSMM Wit strength and who h smjtij that Mrc hm jeen ia tic Pcwell 36 IxtIst- a bid Fire is a soo4 sorvaat Powell Ss Turley aaaster Po veil 3c Yaxley prompt aa4 tr Fircs liJic Dont go to sleep over year Powell Po veil Purler iics jar MM Arthur and Jan v All ftp the Povell k Ir Prlc fjwocr filel A GfiEAT INDIAN CHIEF i PjPer Dlatnrbed I LC23E BISECTOR NIC INDIAN RICF PICKERS Death of the Famous Napoleon of How They Inaugurate the Season in the Wisconsin Fields New Zealand Life a arear of Bluodahad Ha flrtuh Arm Bay Row Warfare Sacr Held a and - at Hie rxrr iea lnrlnrir the Kxecutlon and Mock t ttiiig of a Iog and the Wt lkLn I Made to King ly the ltcd- Kevrla Dj I Mauiapoto whose death almoat th He - a warrior - mong tin- fteroe ami f puhl ted by 1 the county Wis around ke weird tires - during the August nd the occasional lone white bhorinjr wilder- at ing from lily kinds of i atera This is the the ir the Chippewa In- heir settienent to pick the wild rice s in profusion at Kice lake milea from the village of v ivwa iit Bad a gilt At rnml I Herald aofrb- - untry I of braves and ajnin anil on the bonk the niht is ismliis ith their historic daaeea I be Chippewa Kails rice picking laat unrated with the most solemn ie tribe It require a milk s by sac- - nquest 1 and suli- n the wound which dance is ln run ith the greaUst f baked in a boiling in ii va- - imitation of fea it with ezagjrer- - the a last her rtee ptetdnfr is eoaa it thoae who never ring thi ii re eer Several of the ting and while one pad s the eada After a it a- - aeven Turks landed there with three prisouers one of whom they killed One of the two others who were set at liberty proved to be the long lost daughter The third a Frenchman the M from him bidding him hide in a cave from the lijrht of day and show his presence under ix nnlty of death For protection the uughter donned male attire Frenchmen kept landing at the is laiw anil were pretty sure to lc mur- Â¬ dered by the father and his daughter One tkii when two FrencSj vessels were wrecked off the rinks and tne crews swam ashore this lovely pair killed them all At another time when a French ship was near foundering the old man moved by the lamentable cries of the poor wretches spared their lives to his lasting- reyret Here he parenthetically remarks that he is a fore one rows hard man and that n to be a king or minister and he inu t h tvt ntlllsd all the feeling that belong to human nature These French monsters proved un- Â¬ grateful and put on the airs of mas When they returned to their ship our hero who had previously plunged iletto into the hearts f two of them arming himself with a brace of stilettos and four pistols boarded the ship and slew every living soul on board Then the father and daughter possession of the ships furniture and treasures and drugged the b of the victims to their home altar where tin fume- - of their burning flesh rose in a novel i net use which seemed to please the Deity THE GUN KICKED And the African Tluniil It a Little Too stronu for Him When Mr the English traveler was in Africa he gave to a an old single barreled gnu and the feliow waa delighted olden lie put in a small handful of i quarter of a newspaper on top of it and finally a ball and then rammed the whole chl down Then he departed In the evening he returned with his face bat he and reeogs 1 ffi Â¬ i - What have you been doing asked It i an in amazement a into a large kettle which the down on the ground r a blazing lire ami is al- m fully an 11 a Dto a after noon I found the track s wept ful brown t of Then of the elands anil I followed it until I sul- I crept a p I i one found them t he ition At of them liefeeding was twenty yards away apee- the barrel of the gun on a stone placed the butt against my nose I tat- with tl The nee is ted the ma rd the eland in into a pit in the and pulled the trigger I do not k earth and a swarthy In what happened for I was blind and and came We ail his to found I myself lying at the bottom If he sees a doubtful e of familiar mythe gaily The gun was beside me fare was as you and the with this meth riee ha Son of few others es- Rsuresthem with sent man it was veryaway of you a white kind to give a wash la ran for iijr in and goes me too strong too powerful It needs on w arduous the wisdom of u white man to rule it sul- n a ron-After tl lake it Lack Fa rev i - ild 1 I Doc iout arly r its ng Pai Ioulato i f Iaria ur tered which inhab- - it are as lit are there nila tally dying eh i i the ef-- it -- lands mum 1ht- - ALL EUROPE READY FOR WAR Derla The White mid and two hospitals nits three i in Il k t rosn f ih uncovered at Montpelier - Clanta of Prehistoric Franre In a prehistoric cemetery recently France while B reservoir I human skulls were water orial the one ing pink- 1 the - almost transparent rd to- - one and thirty two Inches in eh fere nee Tinuri with the skulls Were also of gigantic it ions These relics were sent to and a learned vant who lectured on the find says that they belonged to a race of men between tor and fifteen feet in height HIS VISIT CUT SHORT Indinapidin Isitj g Solicitude for the lt iiMiies n a thirty An - ut be- - EUer of arnot and the I icnre Seven I to nt of the at triage inside n and two f the Ur tenth lirne tfa of the year b CONDENSED NEWS IartK - f jib the oantrr Iiv n V V i India nap I n a La nd rm craijs ota prevailed in aud western hers car aeci- - ceajsusflgnres in the near Salem 0 a moving passenger M ug from Derai eeapitaiec xlel and lady of this city who had never been used to the luxury of life II her husband made a large iey in the real estafa busi- nto an elegant house f n in ng other convenii tu ked i says the Indianapolis of whit Del It was her pride and every A K tr grading State r was informed about the bath of Vermont was who came from a distance wvre erected with Now I know re tired and dusty after your long nary for at up to the bath and oU can have a refreshing nee This worked well in Kutland Barre most cases but one day she made a -he went to the door one warm summer afternoon to find a v oung re inhabitants in p smaller towns and gentleman friend of her husbands f comae lost Louisville and she took it for ad the stent of I granted that h going to stay all illustrated in such facts ns that during her first words iftcr shaking i his i win nun were rank iow you are from men ani uusxy alter your journey frm the im- - just go right up to the bathrooinfa prov bath will refresh you animproved acreage in In vain the vnuni man t riei r ereased f 7 to 1729703 and postulate she had him by the arm and v larger than in l n un up the stairway before he giel In a word In half an hour he oimo dowa ami tmik up his hat asaaussj th rissssss and s An amusinp rreil in Stutt- - stik -- I thank you very niiu h ho parr the other day The king s lauph- - said I enjoyed the hath very much ler Pauline always p Vs aUmt in very Then be started for the ilnir Why plain attirwhere On I in she host ss areTn you R oinp asked the -sentinel who did not r catch my train he an- eraad nesrleeted to nerfbrai the wered 1 only liuil forty minutes to A sergeant acnss nd my bath txik half an hour so I must hustle now to catch the Chicago make Uixn prusj ho situatim where train This cured the ladv of shou inathe trnar off her bathroom the princess -- ant over there wants tci w e jnu COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON Huw th Chinese Workmer rm I NAPOLEON AS A NOVELIST ii Tro lre and Can the Fish mtmmmmmj of a Work of On a recent trip to the Pacific Written by Houajiartr In Ilia oulh said Walter Stedman a New Najilsn when alniut to enter on drummer to the St Louis Ulobe ivintunms career committed to Desaocrat I paid a visit to one of the his uncle Cardinal Peach large canning factories in Oregon leining papers written from where the Golumhia river ahnonara his sixteenth to his twenty fourth packed and shipped all over After the eariiinas death lhes- - papers try It was a novel sight to the connuse and fell into various hands In i47 Liril one in which I took a great deal of Ashiiurnau VKjupht them for th interest The fish are caujrht in nets orliitant price of forty thousand dol- - and carried in boats to the factory now belong to the royal where they are thrown upon a Stage and will soon ap and lie b heaps a thousand or so in a k frm Under the auspices T1see huj e fish g yr Vr iasson The story them that weigh from thirty to sixty Hit nut Auxounc its author a pounds One hinaman r lieutenant of cavalry Kin then in salmon and with a fhlllo blow of th garrison of that place and nine- Â¬ knife sever its bead with one teen years of age another workman then grabs it As a yi uth Napoleon Bonaparte I off the tins and disembowels adored England the prime author of it It is then thrown baton vat where nis future downfall ud det the blood soaks out and I tell you lrjn lol and supreme ruler they bleed like a stuck pig After re- he was yet to be These preju washings the fish is cut into came out prominently in the storv chunks plunged into brine and stuffed which is of the sort into cans the bones first being re and whi h mllliu by a hand less fa Â¬ The tops of tiie mous wuld be dismissed as the eery have a small hole in them cuus which are then crude production of a youth whose iin d on and five or six hundred ajnnatior reveled in scenes of carnae tn at a time are plunged into and horror ig water where they remain rim old Median warrior who has the heat has expelled all the air fled fr civilization and with his he little airhole in the ton rf barren roeh the lid is soldered up aud the salmon is ranean known as the ready for market UI arzona tells the storv It- the hated Jald For In GUSSS ars At its -- What beauttfM roses -1 - etyofthe of Her FrieinU One of the great advantages of glycerÂ¬ ine in its chemical employment is the fact that it neither freezes nor evapor Â¬ ates under any ordinary temperature No perceptible loss by evaporation his been detected at a temperature less than MO degrees Fahrenheit but if heated intensely it decomposes with a ONLY A SCRATCH NEEDED smell that few persons find themselves The rrequeney of Hlood Iolaonlng Among able to endure It burns with a pale the Meal raekera flame similar to that from alcohol if It would surprise you to know re- heated to about iH degrees and then cently remarked an officer of one of ignited Its non evaporative qualities our large packing houses lays the New make the compound of much u ork Sun how frequent cases of vehicle for holding pigments and col- Â¬ biood poisoning are among our em- ors as in stamping and typewriter rib ployes and the cause in most of these Ixms carbon papers and the like instances would doubtless surprise ou If the pure glycerine le exposed for more A scratch on the hand from a a long time to a freezing temperature bone of a calfs head or a pigs foot It crystallizes with the appeal ai a man for a week and sugar enndv but these crystals being stran n almost every case once melted it is almost an impossibilhas come under my notice the ity to get them again into the con- that slight as to be al- Â¬ pealed state If a ible to th crystallization will The first intimation the man has of take place though under a sufficient de- his injury is a swelling of the forearm d cold the water will separate and accompanied by a smarting pain Both form crystals amid which the glyeer- swelling and pain generally extend to Ine will remain in its natural state of boulder under w hich a large lump fluidity if suddenly subjected to InÂ¬ Mines forms Fven after the pres tense cold pure glycerine will form a ofthe scratch has Ken in this gummy mass which cannot be entirely manner demonstrated it is often baÂ¬ hardened or crystallized Altogether le to detect it It is usually it is quite iar substance caused in the case of the calfs head sharp edge on the bine of the Catacaa and the Camera neck due to the carelessneaa of the Messrs Allen and Bschtleben outvner w no severs the head from the young American students who madethe a If he dons his work well and bicycle tour across Asia dispelled one his cleaver has severed the joint per- Â¬ ion concerning the ignorant Chi- Â¬ fectly all is well for there is no sharp nese WritiLg in the edge to cut but if he has missed the arrival at the city Century of their of joint by even a liairs breadth which they say On the commanding heights happens In five cases out of ten there across the river re stopped to photo is an edge on the tmue that will prob Â¬ graph the picturesque scene As usual ably work mischief the crowd s iterated in front of the Of course none of these has camera to guze into the mysterious ever resulted seriously as prompt lens All the missionaries we measures are always taken and as we cautioned us against taking had metÂ¬ photo always msi t that a man s- injured imgraphs in China lest we should do io mediately consult a physician This lence to the many popular superstirule we never vary we feel bound tions but the only trouble we ever ex to retain a man on the pay roll while perienced in this respect was in arous- suffering from such an accident even iig popular curiosity though he K- unfitted for work and learned that iu order to get We soon something the unskillful treatment of an apothebesides Chinese heads in our pictures it cary on which many if them would was necessary first to point the camera like to rely or the even less sat in the opposite direction and then isfactory methods of home surgery wheel suddenly round to the scene we would only prolong the term of IdleÂ¬ wished to take ness Â¬ Â¬ Len-ehon-fÂ¬ Â¬ PLANTATIONS Conducted Differently from the Way Tey Were Managed I niirr the Old Regime Plantations at the present day are conducted very differently from the way they were managed under the old regime The one I have in mini com prises something over five thousand acres The proprietor reserves about two hundred and fifty acres for his own planting and rents out the remainder to small farmers who give him so many pounds or bales of cotton for the rent in proportion to the quantity and quality of the particular piece of ground they cultivate the size of house and corn house of which they hae the use etc Much discrimination is required in the selection of tenants for defective or indifferent farming will inioverish the land and endanger the landlords chances of collecting his rent Most of the tenants are negroes forty families of that race residing on the place of these say the Boston Transcript tin re are a mini Iter who are excellent farmers thrifty industrious prompt in paying their obligations and thor oughly Interested in everything that pertains to their business the wife Out king as hard as her husband-hard- er in fact because when her field work is over she cooks the simple meals washes the clothes and patches the garments for her numerous family by the blase of a light wood torch after the niemliers of the household are rolled in their respective quilts and voyaging in slnmherlaad She does more than this for she raises chickens and turkeys sometimes geese and dueks using the eggs for pocket money and to oh tain the tobacco which is as necessary to her comfort as to that of her hus band and I The majority of the negroes go to work in the early morning with no breakfast or perhaps only a crust to nibble on When they come in at twelve oclock a stiralout is made a dish concocted of corn meal salt and water and looking very much as tiie name suggests of which all the family partake the elder mcin tiers eating an allowance of bacon Any luxuries they may enjoy appear at the evening meal such as coffee flour etc Usually however their fare is of the simplest and cold water their beverage except on Sundays and high days celebrated usually with reference to BOOK religious festival Too much credit cannot lie given these hard working wives and mothers who hoe rake cook wash chop patch and mend from morning until night Very often garments will bo patched until scarcely a trace of the original foundation material can be seen and there are many cases where the wife is much the beat cotton chop-Â¬ per of the two and her work far more desirable than her husbands SOUTHERN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EARNED HIS LIBERTY Taetlea of a Snake Whoa Beat Had Been Tiie first law of animated nature Is self preservation The means employed to attain this end tire varied and inter- Â¬ borne animals depend upon esting strength Some upon swiftness some upon coats of mail others upon poison glands but with many the main reliance seems to be hypocrisy or simulation a correspondent of the Popular Science News gives an interesting ac count of the uesfoimaim of a snake when it found itself suddenly in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j While searching for snails I turned over an old log and disturbed a snake S tu a called by our negroes a spreadin arThe tactics pursued by this row snake were curious Iirst he erected his head and neck r i and flattened them out til they M M t s II seemed no thicker than esj dboard So o Ham loi John thus increasing his apparent size and Union Oti mi ct- - e nl Ik1 seen edgewise he took care not to M I t mi ohii l n month It oh n L G irfK- - Sec t n The shape of his head changed took a pronounced triangular form Daniel s o a H er s t i 1 similar to the bead of our most ven- in ouiti M 5 l omous snakes lb n his tail with the onth U r be aid of a dry leaf was proclaiming that ham Secret ISer odg So 117 K ft A M loiin it was the tail of a rattlesnake All this coupled with an ominous Johnson VV M o I hiss waa calculated to strike terror to di on the heart of his disturber as for a mo0 K ii t ct ment it did I regained my com Monn at hi ir Ii on J however and legan to poke the ser- - I oscoil VG N pent gently with a stick when finding bluster of no avail he sought safety ri Hal O Mik in flight 11 onii L P I 11 Repeated headings off showed him Ri how futile were his efforts in that line lie and he altered his tactics again Odd IV turned on his back and remained mi I him up six feet from tionless threw K S ICH I or HiS the ground and so quickly did he turn Amiti Latge N over that he seemed to strike on his i K ol II meets even Prhtai rvrning n thr I hid Pi lows bock II hall at 7 oclock Rkv Dicitor Once on his back nothing could inV K Rowland Report duce him to move Tapping prodding knights or n III twisting his tail ill were in vain Then I suspended him from the limb of inert- - cv White Lotgr No 4 v erv Wciliirsdai evening at Oild Fellows a tree retreated a little and watched r oclock Ice Msupin C C F At the end of two minutes the reptile S moved Slowly he I Blind on his spinal U Mille K of R a column as on an axis surveyed the premises and seeing nothing danger ous dropped to the ground and was making off At my approach he died again After sundry other pnxidtngs which failed to move him I rewarded him for his cleverness by giving him the liberty which he certain v had earned I Â¬ 1 -i I 11 11 Â¬ V -I Â¬ I danger Richmond Lodge No 25 meeU second S and fourth Tuesdavs irr each month P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith arv Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No if I meets third Tueadsi i each month Speed Smith S P Annci ii I Richmond Commander No 19 Reg- Â¬ ular meeting tiie first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are cordial S P Deatherage ited to attend E K Seed Smith Recorder Lodge V ifij it Kirk iiHt Saturdai evcnuM beiore thr full j W Moore W moon in even month M R V Unit ock S cr tan al K o Kingston I L HOEVER YOU ARE HEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE m Hi Ni L Bi Hi Ri 20 In Ef- - rime Table No KASTBOLND r H icct April 22 194 Come to Us and We Can Satisfy You us 11 AM -- t it S 8 Moherlv 35 30 il ic W lIlCI- - I tin- y i rv i il 10 ami al tli call and ri mir -- sad in w 111 aliop ami IrviMe Nl K i r3 i zz TCIST dz CO Union H M ELLS MaaaQer s TiiK A BLUE GRASS HERD c jasn K A II III 1 H BRONnUGH Crab Orchard Ky liliu 1 BLUE GRASS ROi vflwirt Â¬ uicenne llardlj or old Affected hj Either Heat In Poor uirM xiNtW HARDWARES e ii 1 -- I Kentc and COOKiNti S v tlaniwmri Stu at No I S hall hainlh the lie i lint in town I cuimI Str TIN iitiai r Tf Ui AAI UiflMt STOVCS GRATES f means Health WAR fc CUTL1T 60TTRI1G TIN ROOFS FAHMUt HPLEMENTS I Jai is so much more than i you imagine serious and i fatal diseases result from i trilling ailments neglected 1 Uon t play with Nature s greatest gift health 1 I handle the fpMku I t -- CUUtd Plows None better ln mi hurt notice jT al o have in oiinneetiin a Tiashota with V I Rur tinner in the State in ii UMtternag ami rotiniine kltv tl Ve t - - 5 Arr Lv I Browif5 aid jfcnetdilly If youarefeclinpf ut or sorts weak THOS H KRRR jn nTjLruxn rursr - rr rr rr K I 1 uxruiJlrLrLrLrlnJtnrg Iron nit tore JL X L Vx hac no appetite and can t work bejin at once tak Â¬ ing lrtemSt relia- 1c iier ou in nxuiruTj ii X J i tL Bkd I plaanat to inetiit Ine v htch is Frow it s Iron Bit ters A few hot ties cure benefit comes irom the t rv first dose ii u ont staim renr strrtisrthemng rrj v p e iflr TAYLOR BROS 1 1 il Lvs Bsrbrv i l rr h take Dyspepsia Neuralgia It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood F Constipation f Malaria Womens complaints l Nervous ailments i it haa The New Hardware Firni HAVE Flll MiiiiKivKur c Mhi is nil Tlt STtVES VvuK ifil AliMIVt i rr I K in- - CiFtATBS IN -- f m f All oihrrs arr suh- Slilut 1 of two 2i stamos c 1 il tend set ct Ten Beautiful Worlds 4 ratr views ami book free BilTlljinDC un BROVII CHEMIC41 CO ft liiirs t null- - t n Ibe wrapper oenil in rnccail rA Iftu lMriKMKM- oil if iukiiiu Si MODKL - - r - V None lik i T1KI - n - li i - iliirah - lalon- ne h Min i i KANtJK i n nt t rn wers u iiinii Hi th K iii ve b unlit-- in ii vIh tin iiniu tu UN SHOP an r lenity rtinl ntlit r work m sh irt prpr e YELLOW THYLOR BROTHERS f 108 Main Street Kichinond jcKrU rTLTuy xjxrj LTiru iJvlnpkioii K t 4 rr PINE FLOORING AND CEILING Poplar Weatherboarding Cypress Shingles Cot Poplar Shingles Framing Lumber J vK EE d If you neeil nnjuu utj ru Ptrt LV Xllgloil Lve Part IvitiHjUlH I j n frtxirijijruijuiiTjirmnnruinnru C rn liarlware riitlerv biat ksinitli U am i ai fr Â¬ Â¬ 6 jo p m - Â¬ If you neeil liarrows pluwH boea axes coHara huraass chains or farmin- - iiiipleiiients 5 al any k if ti rait on 4AYSVILIE r t BR nails bar iron 5 5 W tajucaleri IiuIk-- t spokes tellK SOKTH Lve Lve Arr HOI Mi Ac See Â¬ SuiinnnriruiAxinruu trurrtAru tine I I PUNISHED FOR CURIOSITY The lanaltv Inlll ted hjr th Kmpreaa It or to violate precedent at the Chinese imperial court The empress dowager is a great stickler for etiquette says ew York Sun Recently she re- u iri the services of Dr Ii Techang vice president of the Imperial ac ademy of physician- - at Peking for one of the members of her suite at EhO Park palace The learned doctor had never been inside these famous palace grounds and his curiosity was tired to see the many curious objects of which he had heard wonderful tales So he bribed a palaee eunuch to show him 1 Â¬ THE MARKETS fancy at family Dowager of China is dangerous to gratify curiosity Fltni i Sprinir fci-s- latent KM I BI 7- N 3 ti patent HS37S sprinc famil a 5W lM Ot 11 IS spring low The Vulcan Chilled Plow rJ I M 700 a OT S JoIllls city Bortwestern ix-r extra FARLEY BROS1 the oldest Hardware and Grocery Plrm in Richmond L qnjinjijTjiTutru-trtjTjinnj-ijinj-Ln arils Mayville MiLTH b Maysville JoaasDa Carlisle Mlllersbur V I 5 Decidedly The BI track Corn Xi 2 mixed truck 53c mxcil ear new swltchci 43Hc while ear reri choice new track Me Oats- - No 2 white track 34c r mixed track SOc No f mixed track 31c Xo I mixed light color track tUtfe vinK Market rtssdjr iout shipcrs M 40 fair to medium 3 no liKht wheat Mi1 o red track trl M75 rvi pot Do No red 4c Windows All Fir t EMs ruTxuiJTJiiTnj-ijijTj-inxLixruinjtJXfv- rr LeilitHi VlllII CliK PiirlM 8 ami Mm liiiiall Class Goods A full stock of fresh jrroceries r And Also a choice line of qjaenaa vvare t n Vkal caivks Market itesdy Kslr 37o common flt linit ceuent seed oa seed potatoes and ifru ss N every kind can lie bought at lowest Btiosj FVasa SaU X van nrs BtlHU Traffic MaiiLuer tienerui tmiii As 1 JAiKsuN irilce rr I t5ijo common and large to good t50 i Hors Select shippers JS40 tsM select trunU line tile two were leisurely wnlt- - butchers J530 S 40 fair to pood pseker ing about and enjoying themselves the Bv mir Hi gooa mrut aOUiiiJU com mua ind rough WiSiiiOD empress spied them She at once dis Skfkh ami LAMM Market steady Kxtrns patched pOU 335 good to rholce rJO0ii275 servants to punish their c effrontery The eunuch was seized lofair 75- Ji75 Lamb- - Market steadyunionÂ¬ Extras J3505375 good to choice JJ75 310- cotti thrown on his face and accommodated bou to fair wlljjASO with fifty blows with the bamboo on IlALTISoRE fKt 13 the calves of his fat legs Wheat- - Xo 2 red spot aud October The doctor i was docked three months pay anil re B3J4c December a severe reprimand while his iteamer Xo ircii 5l5n4t lived milling whi ample 54 c assistant was ordered never to venture Coax- - Spot and OctoN r 54c bid mr again into the empress presence isked southern white 5aoc do yellow The affair created a sensation be- Â¬ OatsNo white western S4U534Vc o S cause of the high position of the phyBUed do 32 sician and of the humiliating punishKw Xo S HtQist ment dealt out to him ew York Oct 13 Uu vi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cheaper Than Ever A E CARSE Mam St - mm bailliie ol ITlllBMIII UlXUXnXUUTJ-LTUXrtUTJlJiriJtJ-i- oi 17 r JUil ELKHORMOUT lis Near K 0 Depot 109 23 90 1T Krr aVsaa Il Baaxn Western v 4 57c WeaterB Suc Xo 2 Milwaukee - I - i llood-and-thund- Not a Safe Juryman re Ktr nnd elevator 551 y b HXWXtshould like to be excused your re traded iOSi Ko I I Northern honor said a man who had been sum Â¬ RN No 4C afloat moned on the jury Ko V7No ii 3 31 What for t No J whiM I owe a man ten dollars and wish to Uc mixed Iwestern 3 feKe white ttoMuo wiuto state hunt him up anil pay it i Oct 13 Toiu vim mean to tell the winrt flnt HtAT Vo 2 rod cash 5 c Decern r5 ct you would hunt up a man to pay a bill May s c No 2 red cash itc UN -- Xotklnj doing instead of waiting for him to hunt you Oats Market nominal up liiVKItMFII Iih ttHa r Yes your honor imwr it V-Noveniber bruarv fcj You are excused March IB ttftli 1 c I dont want any man on the jury that will lie like H let 13 CiTTfE lrime Si thaL Boston Hulk tin tobd bolchei Slv flir 1 M I n fori in t cows B00 1 MCUre of Speech BDii heifrs fcf 310 Gentlemen said the chairman of orUers the anarchist meeting in my judg 10 fair York- s11 the time has not yet come for acmd nuali sw Him tion in this matter If you resolve to go ahead gentlemen I wash my hands sirune riru t3t1i9g311 Koiid Hniiisu comuiriD in the whole bus ib umba It was at this point the disturbance h earsno n y Oct 13 iile- - Lignt steem tS- took place anl M hen the police restored fat co a order there was men a large jagged Hhs- Yorkers 546i 5 o liie in the window back of the pat and vigll good to foiin through which the chairman had 5 61 roUfcb V4a SUBS M lAVBS rhoicc j rubs HOT retired from the scene head first Chi- Â¬ 4 2 airtocKid cago Tribune mou too1 K00 50 casks ada I Stoves 3hackelf ord llamlle the best STOVES liiey have various sizes tiyures WHAT DOES IT MEAN lxl V1 iQn riwi r sirr mi- -- c -- a SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS t auTiiit t lonja sss ni mmrkvto Tunni TIAmiiJfV Lave Leave Hr Arrive ir rgelowR Arrive K rani Leave Frankfort Leave Arrive P Arrive V Arrive Ri im Gentry stJes in the fctwfeB all of the 1 I rt tiv iila run aim AahfTiKr I mo la CxaJe Lae Wiachasn Richrr p m P 6 35 p ai 7 o a m FIHrTTi Vai wiLhvauLaiitruu world and makes o4 T al Ln r RinilaksV II OU0I 9 00 3 m - 6 oc a ml P 5 OUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE -- M ai 7 5Pa am C D BERCAW G P A GRATES GENTRY keep ir and styles of GRATES 011 cant afford to use a broken grate let ring your cua tlirouyh into the ashes gel a new oa stock all 1 lh - ii SHACKELFORD sjes 1 IlXTDE3 SOME Â¬ Desirable Property for Sale - rurnKSIESIRlNTo mASE will ooksdw tbki immsi BY SEEIMi ME You must have it nienled or a new HAS S POWELL RICHMOND roof SHACKELFORD GENTRY can do it K YOUR ROOF LEAKS A right and fix your gutters too A I Jimsun i Ills l ou Uiem ue laauflitilyj Life Mnak V vpuaiiki Theru is nothini ni ll MitringPoUeensan should remark She lives next door to me Sav Well sa Ill f ive you s box of the best chrai s ver saraggfed if you 11 rush into that house anl ask who is beiuif murdered N V hear that young woman cnfilentially at RMort lambs Hl4440 Vri iiZ N 08T GUMS AMD AMMUNITION IN QUANTITY BEST N pUALn Sav do you CH QnriTinnn KSII 266 barley CITY PEOPEHTTforSALi I ha -- patents riiui N n wiuier 3 WORMS WHITES CREiH Has laid EVERY BOTTLE GUaBIITEED SOIB X BUkUSilSTS n - rye lr s Boxes for scalding hogs zinc lined made to order A Broadwsy Cattti rine New Residence ati and some very 1 -- Oood medium 10 Weekly In made aim ssrear t VtiinlDftou i GENERAL LINE OF HARDWARE AM CUTLERY VERMIFUGE rjor zo YEARS all WORM r maitiaa DESIRABLE LOTS in the best neig hoods in town Also houses and lo pohlic corners Aso lot r k lens or J jSubies Mule S factories or hmher description call on I twtn Ucl IIKb as not aJlov iflstsd pa venans nfruii hatred sad tuain-unruo-i- - TV sow as to wtiDiao fV Uw Aaula lon differenl streets fpon 111 y iestow One daj Tribuaa Dmute earn beeauiie thoy Irnow utbaii ihey must huaUe ii7a Dr Detroit Kr Press Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award Ifiaoi All rri u It ions Zl men that rams D G tea Mur G P A- - O- - II ima ifccc o