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I ng VOLUME VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN DENTAL SUPGEFY A Crutcher RT B f RICHMOND OCTOBER THOUGHTS The Swift Fleeting Swallow and the Trumpet Voiced Crane Tlie AflWtlonate III Mork mill the lVcrfnl rtrd ly rrxl tOOII4 ItHtl III AiV MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY been in possession of tin I plo ft OCTOBER 24 1894 1 9 m NUMBER in fa r 3 20 vrTTriszcTOEY CIB - up Scott 1 it fourth Monday in an- in April and icr - MORGAN - A YATES KtM TCK u 3 DEXTISTS Iliu Scli liflll and De- - Richmond Till lllsTlirlirl tinOn Tll- - Lonli Jtutiiit ut ft Ber Pr Talnm ir his sermon I enault -- C W T fl -- J welby in r w - burgix Ki sthe suT- gandav tlirouyh ress ii - DEXTIST their A F Wjp v -- October Thou lit s ins Uremiali vui The stork rens knoweth her appointed I the turtle and the crane ue of knoweth Mrs DR WILKES SMITH DEXTAL SCRGEOX st it into i J on the nth tc oer TAKIKS 1 uli put a t fas a beutifal iu ii in B tie- - courts er- - li P M Kku KY it afloat lie fashions it fish When He would have it he air He molds it into a bird irk of sii h s M r P l I A d W cdi ATTORNEYS third familiarity v in Holland ami German its nest over h the I c sinnm M I juit W A I touith Mi - POWELL ATTORXEY AT I MS - in i- lurdav W Kkn w and brown w ith the crane cJaaf of trnmpH swift as dart shot out the a falling mom it t white V iHJrth K SII KKIFoKK - twenty five cent Wcdnes- I 5 V ATTORXEY AT LAW Kin under jrlosy uring luteb of sLut claw 1 sup- v season iti1 s X Saturdav C Adam A imi am t second Saturday Hair rd Frida -1 STEPHEN 1 PAKRISH AT I I ry overhead Now yon know ii 1 irs a iiinur S ATTORXEY H of eye to look into the deep Wnc of eve are - lapp third jrdav Third url V drawn out iu long lines two c II BR1 IT LA I II tin the air with with con onward wii st v tly very high liuring tne summer crying when the hearts treasures are when they are in tbe fields they often scattered and father is gone and mothcome within reach of the gun Kut er is gone and companions are gone when they start for the anneal fli ht ami the child - gone and everything seems gone it is southward they take their places it t and sro straight as a mark The tell a man not to cry The worl1 t rill that was ever bron conies up and says Oh it is only the shoulder can not reach them Would body of your lvcd one that you have Bat there is no to God that we were as wise as the put in the ground stork anl crane in our flight Heaven- comfort in that That body is pre Shall we never pat ear hand in that ward We By so low that we arc v range of the worM the flesh and hand again and shall we never see that the devil We are brought down by sweet face againA way with voir temptations that ought not to come lessness Oh world hut m Jesus a mile of us oh for soma and tell us that when the ears fail of the faith of George Mueller of Ii in- into iois Untie that tne di land and Albert cxikinan once of the of our beloved shall rise radiant in the resurrection nrd ail the breakings eh militant now of the church ri iiit So poor is the type of piety down here shall be liftings up there n ami they shall hunger no more in the church of iod now that illy caricature the idea that there er thirst any more neither shall the is any such ttdnr as higher life Noses sun light on th ui nor any heat for the never did believe in eagles Jut my Lamb which is in the mi 1st oJ iug fount ached throne shall lead brethren bcea of water and s shall i pe aJ eves the fact that there ar You may hat when inc to Brunei the famous engineer the chaffinch or the tork or the length of the railroad from crane starts on its migration it calls all on to Bristol The engineer said those of its kind to come too Tne p ant n We shall It is not vetinning from and carol and the long rdi eali The not start off aloate It gath- v v- They la s all of its kind Q that him to scorn Itntwebave be as wise in this migration to Heaven nw tint we ha at anything as impo ible for hu- - End that you inight gather all vour man achievement ask families and your friends with von Then is for the I would that Hannah might tak anything imp I t Iok1 ex- - eel by the hand and Abraham mi Paul and LlI- - take Isaac and liaear misrht take Ish hausted all II r- mac ask you if those who sat at Edward layson nts of hristian lt- - your breakfast tsbh- this morning will ith you in Heaven tainment to he reached in the future You tell w hat influences you are trying to bring ristian world a ii Paul went up to the tiptop of A them em to of hristian attainment th you Ay ay have j Then I tell you that the stork and have found above the Alps yourself Start for Heaven anil take your chilWe lo dying plenty of out and we conquer our temptations dren with you Cense thou and all thy Tell your to in use into the ark 11 and lie down ms of balm and that then ions rally tne is for all those who By in the us and by the direction Swifter tiian e stroke pat out for heaven Iil in tile it nor campment we hav bat crane or the Why not whip our day until you find the right pis tles to tight over v u br Ben f ruard march mid-h-ave- n I 11 Â¬ 11 I 1 1 1 I 1 Â¬ anarchistic an oy government buildings anl public officials in the nited states and commit like atroei a conjunction with those that have taken place in European cities during the past year a summary of the The foli Posts column article The Piy enabled to lay before its readers facts which go to verify previous articles and also a doc Â¬ ument shows that the conspir Â¬ acy was wider of and more purpose than the public had i to sup TIIE ALABAMA INDIANS irv returned a 1 vernic MannuenMsani oos Tin Frankfi M aanflsUGSM rt Roranants of tho Tribe Loerted in of Frankfort tbo Stato of Toxas of the e - be again Engaged In Agriculture and ln titriou Sortie tZ tlie Outer Workers Customs still la feares Anions Theui A Ktvv urn Ml K county Hon Gl o Friend1 rnan - se 1 movement came mar makingpoc the consummation of one of tne dark- Â¬ est schemes the anarchists ever eeiveci Wheat oacey and Prow ne were izing their forces for the march an to Washington a archists conceived the idea of striking a blow- - at org And cover of the Army of peace for a except fortunate cry in Chicago nearly a of the mist reckless anarchists avc world has ever known would in Washington when the fir t of the Coxeyiteu arrived That their er rand was one if murder ami arson is proved by a mass of correspondence nfes- which wis Gen ion of a member of the hand lirennan the astute head of the Bhieago police eommunieated with llollin and Inspeotor Mai Moore iberger as soon as he him- self that a p and un blow up pa der cover of the at commit murder an 1 1 Â¬ Unwittingly perhaps the The remnant of the Alabama tribe the which migrated to the Trinit river re is a triet gion early in the present am branch of the Greek nation and is intermixed with a few Â¬ fr 1 ha - Mu ent cigees Im T t the Maj get- - ami promptly and Moore llance He was en at the seen to me ami other ncoo- and an intercepted lett under the r which it to work out The translation as foiiow OF that the- hi warning had come none with this letter was one i in tlls II an v ei them ill II rank i cii A SULLIVAN ATI I ens now II let rs have some novelty t at any rate by changing einent crs lit a 11 the I away with a g ami the elements have h FOB I W f sad wc hop rone of Ji 1 lie in ce or NM ira f im- - held Mint Rich KlN n at and be II upon the k ill t te of - hri hat The if we as t the itt who a ex in Wa out sins of tins S lie el that they hail TUTSICltVSS swallow in hut my p if V lllellt years ereotyped lie as inappropri of urcr k CHAS IlooKKK y vii am s the field to dl at the corner CHUBCH DIEECTOSY on would aee a eonv noisy as the Amer as as the shoes and 10 or 11 for a higher Might in th ii 1 the Oh American Association for the Advance ice put tbe figure at the thirty one thoi in s reached ing how t he A littl- - st the -- in tii s - ji It at DR- - JOHN M FAS 1 i - iu a the queens him than tile know u out ii hi we r - If you and t le N he brow of t in mag- ra J ev t his Now PItTSii South -- JVi the American fnlK This stream was not over one fo ruently was able r comes the Pas- - go to morrow some mo- w nth econd niyht for th y rs fr en I the night we beard the hi - a DR C SMITH J II 71 a xd s - n 1 the There ii r a fin 5 reat 1 We must go rth wind eoin- - tory of the river the waters upper lakes empth river During this earl o rate which stat iris i X - th K t Pi Pas- - fisher v s or a iar M inter have Sunday orning and every alleinate I IR T 1 TAYLOR s tat or in Africa anl in s oinu after thou- - iiool eer RlCHMONp IK W T I lay at Prayer meeting rian I 1 1 ASHBArOH - M - I Pas i HOMtEPATIIIST pm McKce S a BO KicniM - Km 34- - I and night Prayer clock a m Meet C DR H d and ntth Sunday Krv Win K GIBSON - Si PHYSICIAX AD SLRGEOX Kentucky momu stoll iast January Farewell bright plumage Fly on spring weather away ins s w ith n jsie and rylon is nian awampR or Brazilian groves men your winy or near ymr voice may they yet i think themselves of tin emu words of the text The stork in the heavens knoweth her appointed and the tartle ami I time of and the swallow ol their coming bat My people know not the judgment of the pp far as God may help ine iu tnis sermon carrying out tne 1 Crow ihat of tin- ram M DR A A H STEWART than men An alar- - Jones rdavt9 a in PMYSICIAX AXD SlROEOX annua with their work us they m The most each - iianan lav S- nigh Pastor Kev 54- - and dav alo I colored rd Saturdav n in each month at and 7 p in on sun Rev L P John B DR O A KENNEDY IAS AXD - Ill SH si RGEOX Kentucky KjcaTMOKD Crack raster they arrive fde l and plus go singing all the and way the ground tbe lower ne of the the sky tbe upper line of the music themselves the notes scattered I suppose their tit and down between icity to t heir w ing and ith tiic j ing a i 1 tiit Katura ami turning not storm or mountain it as an arrow iiu and to the mark they go And it yon this morning with a sack and throw it in the fields an to stop tiic nr up they hardly see it They are on their You can not slop way south at tile oh that we were as n id Heaven to Start fi We say Wait until it i a little later in the season of mercy Wait until if hope arc all dried up and have been scattered Wait until next year After awhile we strt and it is too late and we d in the way when dods wrath is kindled but a little There at know exceptional cases w here bir Is have started too late ami in tbe morning you have found them dead on the snow And there are those who perished half way between the world it They wailed until the last when the mind was gone on the express or they were at 10 miles an hour an they came to the bridge and the draw was up and they went down II v lour to repent and prav Two ids To do the work of a lifetime and to prepare for the vast eterni seconds I was reading of an entertainment given in a kings court there were musicians therewith After elaborate pieces of music awhile Mozart came am began to play nail a blank piece of paper before him and the kiug familiarly looked Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in Whl Rev A I Sundav An Would God that we wei hundred e such a thing as taking the pi Kehtocky Christian devotion in the morning ami kii hmiM keeping it all the day I think we Re p stairs take some of brose iest in rst disagreeable work of our life and set it to the tune of Antiocb or Ml First Saturday and A K AULTZ M P Mount Pisrah istor Rev R L A- first Satur It is a tfKMl aura when you hear a Cane Sprire ASD SCMGBOS PHYSICLAS workman whistle It Ma Letter sign sndav Pastor Rev Wm Rupard Kfnti ky when you hear him hum a ronndalay Goodioes Chapel Speedwell United Kkhmim Sat First r II Dunoon It is a still better sign when yon hear 18- Street OfFi ing the words of Isaac Watts or urdav and Sunday in each month Elder Pike Third Sat A d and s Wesley I Si dav stmng if something strike Tnird Sunday and prece Hav Fork it makes music ami I suppose th dav such a thinjr as having nr hearts soat Second Saturday and Knob Eight Thoroughbred Southdown Bucks tuned by divine grace that even the KMKev R L Ambrose js and five last rough collisions of life will make a heav- Â¬ tH Pastor Rev KK 1 do not believe that enly vibration prirjr iambs T H Ci tower of Christian song lias yet M A Jones SQLTRE VM WILLIAMS been fully tried 1 believe that if you - indav and preceding Saturday Red Honee Kv S counl roll the Old Hundred doxology urlii Sunday through the street it would put an end I belsera that the IHSCIILES OF CHRIST U any panic voids ami tie sorrows ami the sins of Fat Woods Third Sunday and pre tiiti Me 1 11 the world are to le swept out by Heav- C Walden Pastor g Saturdav ye w 111 halleluiahs Some one a Sunday I W Haruing Haydn tbe celebrated musician why tii Sunday and preceding Another frost is bidding you away he always composed such cheerful mu- er ere do you it is the frost of sorrow Second Sunday and prece Kirksville I have Oh you say Why he said I cant do oth- live now Ba Saturday Joseph Whv did yon move ioi erwise When think of Ood my soul moved and iourth Sun- easant louse now as nt want joy that the notes leap and Pastor W u not want as wish we might formerly dance from my pen school 10 a Sabbath Prof Hagerman My fainjly all exult melodiously before the Lord large a hi in xl for our father and is no brw With kd third Sundays and Mt Z Eternity Your mind goes back our Saviour and Heaven for our third Sunday urda s and through that last sickness amltn- ami angels for future ci I H Rrvnoid itnral effort to keep eternity for a lifetn Richnwnd Elder W F Smith PfcS a m err Sundav at and through those pn all the notes of joy Going Sunday tchool 9 unavailing and through that of this and the w jop mmeeting Wednesdayateveoina e an on which reeeivi aier I am preTared to do all kinds of work and I hear Heaven through cause the lips were in my line and solicit your custom Second Sunday ak Pond I to keep tolling and I hear ti s HARVESTING H Remolds ireaktng while I speak I MOWING MACHINEsecond Sun L n ion Christian C Another and Saturdav preced dav in each month repaired neatly t Alone ah nc alone This world and Pastor Gamboc and in your gir sad si d oh was sinsiiine is cold CHRIST CHs RCH EflsCOrA ce and sermon at 1 o a bpw ice and serase La he winter Pastor Kev T H Campbell preceding Saturday r Kev R L Am -- v and preceding Sat Â¬ BALES DR C 1lIYSh IAS ASD SCBGEOS 1 as with is re there r FOR SALE -- you playing I see no music before Ami Mozart put his hand on his you -- j am impro row as vising It was very well for him Eteav but oh uiy friends uc Heaven If we do not get prepared in this world we will never take in orchestral harmonies of the o that we were as wise as the crme and the stork Hying away flying away from the tem Some of you have feit the pinching You frost of sin You feel it to day are not happy I look into your faces and I know you are not happy there are voices within your soul that need telling you that you are sinners and that without the parÂ¬ don of God you are undone forever on going to hi my fl with the uccumulated tra Will you stair of this lifetime and let tbe avalanche tumble ove o that you would go away into the Tiie warm heart of Hods mercy southern grove redolent with n sited for north-Â¬ lia an God has waited for yon ern ft I have loved thee with an r 1 te Tf Â¬ 1 1 BLACKSMITHING 1 1 - Huron basin by way of the o roved by letters c The height of tbe falls has ad ives in tn o other it vanced several times and owing the a this chang in in the iiad been discharge of the water retreat of tin aplished by Santo fans has itly liuring changIn these two other cities it was ing cpis11 itations of the known that the age have been based unon these chang ni marked or k ing conditions of ion and di nation tnik pkice before thi fall of the river ret service b and the f this di veral Vandyke the painter was intendthe assassination ed by his father for a merchant however The Frew teach him g thought the American officers were and accounts The anarchists in lessly alarmed It is not enough to have great that country had not been unusually irualities we must also have tie aetive for some time ami he did not them Rochefoucauld mamuj think it necessary to warn President or his hi iise After this letter had been captured and deciphered Inspector Holiin hud the Washington 1101 lespnmdent of Seventy Anarchists About to Sail the anarchist brought before him He weakened and told of other plans of uiarchists and he was allowed to For America o 01 condition that he keep up his ami dealings with the Chicag Their Mission Alleged to be to Blew inform the local officers of every step In this manner Inspector Hol taken Dp Government Buildings etc linberger gained information about the anarchists who and where they are The French liitpnmrnt Sepila Word to that has been of inestimable service to nTaaalaatea a imi rccpieu Laaaaaa ttie police uepartments of other cities ipher Letter l orctobl irnts Murderer Captured Ilmth An AuibassHdor larked AtBlox KT Oct 88 William Lake WabbTJIOTOIT Oct SSL Under the the murderer of Emma Hunt was arterms of an international agreement rested Sunday afternoon and is safely tne French government has notified kedged in jaiL the state department that seventy imCONDENSED NEWS e migrants known to be anarchists about to sail for America and instruc have been sent to the police au- Â¬ Gathered From All lartu of the Country by Telegraph thorities throughout the country to be be allowed to on the lookout for these undesirable doTlie Pacific Mutual will insurance business in Ohio visitors whose names and descriptions Russian histles are getting a foot- Â¬ are given but which will not be made hold in the country around Alichigan public The advice thus sent to the United City Ind An unpublished opera by TJaydn has s through the usual diplomatic sensa Â¬ been found at Prince Estcrhazys cas Â¬ channels forms the basis of a tional article in Sundays Post setting tle in Eisenstadt Music and multitudes marked the forth that the superintendent of police of Washington has for several months close of the Pittsburgh exposition Fully ijoo people visited the buii Sunday Many deputies and officials gathered in StradeliB Ialy Sunday to see tio unveiling of a monument to agoathao Depretis Vm Baker a desperado wanted in st Louis left London for that city in charge of Detectives Furlong and Mc tiiun of St Ioais At Overricd W Va a child of James Paugfa set his cloth fire at the fire place while its mother was out ami burned to death The students at Poan university havo called upon all German students to anVnaal V unite in sending Prince Itismrrek a gift on his Koth birthday next April I Nathan O Dixon accused of KNOWLEDGE in the wreck of a Grand Trunk Dger train at Pattle Creek Inly and improvement and Brings comfort t has been arrested at Albion tends to personal enjoyment when Mich rightlj used The many who live bet- Bragg of Brooks W Va has a ter than others and enjoy life more with aditure by more pmmptly hog that is 16 mon 1 Webb oi New Kich adapting the worlds best products to 411 pounds T pig that needs of physical being will attest mond has a 13 rr the 40 pounds the value to health of the pure liquid Nothing has yet been heard ir laxative principles embraced in the Pearv expedition r iraer Kalcon rup of Fl Its excetlctice is due to its presenting which sailed from in the ler 3 for St Johns N 1 hilar and truly eleven days overdue leo Thompson a pioneer farmer rear Kokoroo Ind while walking in his sleep fell down a stairway er iu- ing three ribs prove fat 1 Â¬ I Â¬ book-kc-pin- lithe rot FOREWARNED Â¬ the reck ami most of th r servile stand the Mobile tongue At tbe law which like theKren of M was the universal Ian tribes an ll h the n f JSfcvtStt LUUIIt The remnant of this its the ial inhibit Chicago Tribune now 11111 I a hundred Their crops are principally cultivated for their own ni E IS M of the Indian corn than for sale although many f plant potatoes and all of them and they usually till their Tin Dnrin villages with fruit trc s siona of cultivation they p ly at home working industriousIn each ly ami huntin Do You they have leisure from t h Hut when everything gathered and housed the la yond of their granaries is closed to ex IHI COLD WK annal con Thi light and air as a guard against weevil then comes the return to Indian life Ken ak up held in iailue and Indian enjoyment into hunting parties after the Arab OR A fashion taking with them their wives The total are and children their horses and I and household utensils They sock the The y WB MAVB B wild pine forests awavfrom the nilLBEx miits and work their way in the dense irakea along the rivers which In fac men rarely if ever penetrate al- rill their camps with and alone with themselves and nature as ever safe from the intrusion of a Mi rioraad eonqaering race they enjoy j with tiie the realization of Indian life as it was pbans before the white man discovered tlnir mil W country When weary of or satisfied with its results they return to their villages their horses laden with A dried meat deerskins to be dressed for the market and bears oil in ski T0VS Z their own use or for sale These ex-- t ccupy tin ir ame until tc ANT E ti comes for repairing their fences making ready lor their crops heerful dn they all retun ntented to begin the routine for rircSrici r year Tub Eaclss Secliirr T- 3cc other Indians they have that s which n for ir tied to lie their extennina LK- ithin tim Put it is genera liouiids as they do not drink habitually A constitutional depress its to which they are peculiarly sub i CLAUDE CO r an overflow of sK ial feeling on returning with the reunion from their hunting excursions usually r another - drawn in and the revel and extends over two or W hen it is over they carefully s 3 EST o sc ail trac return to nil for a their ting time drink nothing irregular coda of TI ev hi dueling of tlu ir own and are ai N M ll ready to throw away life n a point of ami honor anl do it with a Indifference which would excite envy of a white advocate of the code Bes In fact they da not seem to feel any a county instinctive dread of death They speak MASS of it with as much indifference as of ton can sal any future evont and meet it apparent- Â¬ Becaase v- ly without fear or reluctance a When their crops are worked to point of safety they arc willing to help their white friends At thev are kindly treated ami where they find it agreeable I work at moderate wages and during the cotton D tt the Cotton f season give important ai j l ti JACZ FESSiSAlT picking is their favorite work Their sum 11 hands and lithe anl agile form cotton without glide through the breaking or otherwise injuring it As e of they pick by weight and are permitted nt up to choose their own time of work this from Marion conn leaves them that freedom of action ing burglars tools in b m ART jo thev prize so highly They pick very mill TilK old W hilmore V i neatly and carefully attend strictly to Frankfort the instructions of their employers and Farin this as in allthei- - relations with the mers and Bran Pure Whi3kies Wines fort whites who treat tdem kindly are uni Brandies c formly desirous to please morning Etiquette with them rcruires the wife ne Bishop At to wait on the husband This rule is self five t upon the lett v not allowed to bear heavily it scarlet woman What time the hus- Â¬ woman however i I h band can spare from his own peculiar jail atixi Tern Frank duties is spent in sharing and lighten- bing the mail while he w as a lave h ing the labors of his wife And some carrier there JONKS tarnett liaase Salora of them will not permit their wives to HKISTolIIKI work at all day appointed postmaster at liuif 40 39 Pkksiiikst RoBXKT Crwiam of the LONGEVITY OF NUNS i Kentiii Bible at Louisville and Slaters Who Have Ueen In Service Half to an open was painfully injura Century Capitalists are inv the I NX AT I Cloistered nuns writes a Paris corre- Â¬ spondent are said to die early and practicability of building a railroad on to Pathose active women of the orders of St from Marion to Sm PAI Thomas de Villeneuve St Vincent de ducah The in BET a superficial cm Paul and the Augustine sistcrhooils to oi LOUIS AM VAsi I know a sister of preliminary survey of the field at long live to great ages charity who was engaged in the chol- - range nd killed era wards of the Hotel Dieu in site Gilbertsville She refuses to retire from active Wn I the The service and has three times volunteered si I to attend smallpox patients during epi- - Livingston county court tor murder demies Sister Rosalie who organized without bail TaTB state librarian has the French military hospital service in the Crimea lived to a great age The just turned into es tO other day the golden wedding of Sister iay trams have I acta Delphine with the order of St Vincent outside parties of t and court reports de Paul was celebrated at Romainville Ihroii She was a full year a novice before she i ween IIIS FATK took the black veil and has been fifty via In years a school teacher Sister Delphine was thirty years old when she deter Â¬ mined to take the vows By the rules of the order of St Vincent de Paul the Bona are not allowed to aspire to ex- Â¬ - all evidently diah STOVES - Need Stoves STOVE GRATE Given Satisfaction HEaa r Â¬ 1 SMITH Â¬ W L S3 SHOE Douglas - FN B i GarnettHoiiss Saloon Â¬ Â¬ i lit SOLIDTRAIN8 traordinary virtue through mortifiea- Such efforts might feed prido cause self righteousness Tho teaching is that those who want to be angels before God calls them to a higher world are liable to fall lower than ordinary mortals tion and r iic D B MARTIN THE r A m KENTUCKY STATE NEWS OKTAXT CORNER SALOON the taken ing in Louisville adopi crs at their meet A i Mr y iiow much court to 0U0 ilam- - lyour tify 1 ry The ckrk like L Vive drillers r 1 - 1 house buoeixg ialty r anl Bo 1 it i- - all i Moor os ATH JOT 1- - a 1 the vvf Krvoiaiwii m T WILSON Prop -- Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Kc Baking Rroder AEOWWEMX PURE JOB PRINTING THE CLIMAX OFFICE THE CLIMAX rrUMI KDMtSDll BY 7 Climax Printing i Co v II M N lii k n AY i l iak aiso AXVESTXSITG SATES - - PE5 ITU s TIkKT KV a di- - Ja I half civil li - BMW j 1 I ibability interest the whole CKFYF A nore 11 in efvii- - OFfL MOB U ago a negro bv the nan cnmmaqy aatsuitted a white drs Marj i - wa iaiw - an angry iry by the w riff nis es aafntia Irom ajMMt--- al tdmhu con pan y and an aude aa and the late ruins has been not only a surprise to the growers but a source of gratification as well as the yield has been largely iuereased From The tobacco the county of Campbell matured to such a fine quality that we nv a rrry r have not raised a crop eijual to it sim e l m me reli I suppose the yield will le very 18S7 large We had a little frost on the IM h on the low lands but the damage will be woik was lone NOTIONS that It ssveil me From the county o Flem Now when a road is made narrow lie- - very small tmt from a Kain came too late to improve flflfp tween the ditches and the ditches sbal- - ing medicine zc bottle cologne FULL tobacco was never low and narrow when a heavily loaded the corn much wagon passes over it when the soil is known to make such growth in four Tablet Trittl kin on HU jch wet the wheels sink into the road ami weeks There will Im a full crop in this 1h mailed tree Are What We Are Now Offering Pins ic paper therebeing such a short space betweeu the neigh liorhood far lierter than last year N Ilea ic paper There re From the county of Grant wheels and the ditches the 6oil is pushed SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ic towatd the ditches and soon into them mains in the field about one quarter of Hair pin ic box ATLANTA QK t f ilir Wet k- d iirmo-- tin brought Mair curie ami more ditch is left in the road than the tobacco crop The late rains An exchange cava Woman is the leav- Â¬ Ink 4c out our tobacco and we have difficulty en that leavenetb the whole lump on each side in a short time Mucilage 4c It is Again when roads are first bedded or in finding house room and sticks - ic Woman is the finishing touch man graded the soil being loose a few days the liest grown in years in tiiantitv Tech ic paper ly an experiment The Safer pan c cd travel will depress the center below the From the county of Calloway Every lay Never befbn CONFECTIONERY Woman is a sunllower bending her and water will stand in the road or late rams have made good improvements jdctc Never head only to golden Lace curtains 49c This correspondent places it run along the tracks of the wheel- - and in tobacco - k si h ari arrav tt tin complete fc Woman is happiness of one nan From the county of do great damage Would it not be bet I at US par cent n ic vard For a Rood breakfast tinner or sup of two nostly housed in the bane Tobacco on per ter to have each road gone over in a Tii- Childrens school handkerc Woman is a bundle of nerves with short time after it has ban bedded and good condition in Trigg The best crop cent lor white bor- - extra knots in them for mind and heart have these depressions tilled so that for ten years ler Ha- pi cc Ok wheu the soil Incomes packed thev will lev s7 ler cent for dark tobacr Woman is the index of the familv MRS H MAILR Hearth brooms toe s be at least as high as any other part Cravon- - Sc box CI look from her you can judge the hapten NO 21 FIRST STREET Teaspoon 4c set Again would it not be well if the Grasses of all kinds are reported very ns 6c meat is to make its reada to employ short in many localities all kinds of is a mans incentive to go for-Woman c some one skillexi in road making to give grass has not grown as it was thought ward- - the tempting bait and me Ilammt general directions for making them wo it would have lone since the rains com- whip Fn -- h Oysters Pig kev And would it not U well for him to pass menced Rains have not been abundant e Woman is only a rib of man but c I over the roads note their condition after in many counties Soaae correspondents Mackerel and EJerring bay until yon OB cloth 15c vd is worth all the bones in the Isnly lit the work is done and receive only those reHjrt stock water very scarce nt- laps 10 ami Also Mince Mi Applt together A man of this worked satisfactorily hat- Ladies Nl llolAS M llov Woman is the pearl price to and 40c with a practical eye would quickly kind Botter Mixed Picklet Commissioner Mirror- - 4 10 obtain her vou must risk year life in discover defects and suggest the remedy fWolw r s 1884 He will -- ive and Driel Flint- - a troublesome wal when a mere novice however honest REASONABLE 1RICES and capable in other things would never COKKESPONPKNCE fWWs DOUGLAS TURPIN CO J discover them i wuii every purunase oi ai asK ior mat Now 1 have written thus not by any rsanii KEY It may be worth S25 to TOD nana expecting that what I have writArchitects and Builders Mr A T Roast ocr young attorney ten is all or the best that may Ik- - said on has been ill the subject but to provoke thought and Mr A M Terriil baa returned from a 204 E Mill STREET NCHI suggestion on the part of others for it trip to Winchester ami Mt sterling the roads are to kept in order at the Mrs A P Settle s spending a few countys expeaae and I understand Will furniah plans and tpecincattont for they arei by all means let us not throw days with Mrs Hazlewood at Annviile all kml- - ol buildings ami tuperi Corn cutting is now over and farmers lame at the lowe- - price- Will also conaway anything but make our roads as We are gcxnl and durable as we can at the least are giving their attention to w heat soar Â¬ tract anv work in our pared to do the finest woi it no ing poaaihh tice 4 jij ine cnarming mss noiite nettle is i Come before the people of Bfadi MONTHLY CROP REPORT visiting friemls in Bourbon am Clark Wlio have the inies sdti county arilh a lull line ot counties Lowell X Turlt y There has been n material change in Boots Shoe The Rogersvilte keys are preparing 4c and are the condition of the orn iron since mv Dont wait until you are binned out for a foot ball team We wish the tleterniineil o last report The weather has been fine Powell Turlev success for drying and maturing the crop Cut What is the trouble with some of the The be t companies adjust promptly ting is progressing well and w heat sow neighbor Itoys that one starts out fin 1owcll ing has commenced Turlev In many localities the crop is good and where it has been back way when be set- - another coming cTJTojTnjTjjTnnjxru There is no m led in shucked for fording purposes the field is in the Iron way A successful ited to meeting is being held el everv home and Ml I tiilly up to expectations The Govern- Â¬ d as ment reimrt for s cptember makes a laid Mt Son church conducted by Rev J the p At this writing fifteen eon- - Chamberlain lum Balm H honing for com Mr Henry A Bohtn-i bat some member of the family has 118 have lteeu made son -- the US Statistician and it is hoped sa copting the month of Seplembei lssd that many others will follow the exam need ol i uitv I believe the September condition of corn for ple of ttie new converts that be cured bv it A touch of rlieumatum re pain ol a lsi4 is the lowest on record In the Satan has had complete control of Terriil or neuralgia quited burn cr scald promptly relieved ami the as long as the Lord intends that h S month of September 1881 it stood at sore healed in much than when against the present month record A c In all the surplus com Mates with the VNoi A imma- Me lot it to le oth- - exception of Illinois the ilecline bow The petioleani men are nearly ready may lie promptly treated tion sets in which the August condition is very decided to lx gin drilling irramatai one third the time otherwise required placed in We will take wheat All the outhern States showing The w mi Is were full oi chestnut hun nniedi- nd bruises should nich will answer iorev gains and all report tine CfOSS S iturdav ate attention betore the pars become special report from eight Western States erytll eKirt Mrs Klis rt Wagers has been quite n which can be only done when A lealer in In tin- wild wheal rn h for lai baring for ex-l- shows that out ot an aggregate of 40873 sick but is improving Lain Balm is kept at band A ore tlroat H64 acres planted there has lieen aban and - the Liver paymi The persimmon crop is excellent the mnvbecined before it become H doned or cut up for fodder in round at Richmond less the A troubletome corn may Ik- removed bv numbers 1300000 or 38 per cent The corn crop hardly an average from Richmond to Fiver a daj for a week or two aPP1 A great number of cross ties nave acStatistician estimates this abandoned pool Sav wheat - worth 05 rente in A lame back may be cured and several area to amount to about itl er cent of cumulated here and will be loaded L Bay H coau u cents to ship davs ii valuable time aveC or a pain in the entire acreage planted in the United T T T t Liverpool and the iRY III the side or chest relieved without llii-i- States The average condition of orn iu who have wajtedai exporter must have a profit of V AILKY l cent a doctor bill Procure a 50 cent bottle a r reward Y011 hai making lac dinVreoce in ttoe price at Iiv Kentucky is placed at SLL per cent Mrs 11 H Land is visiting er once and vou will m t w HKA kk1 and at Richmend Our Years of Experience in Buying The price at Every per on a eliunce to pnr Mrs Asher New by at Covington this sale bv W F Lowerand T S llagan 1- 5- 50 cents Tbj The indications are that there will not week ami our ability to buy low - so well known cratit- Riche diog it their true chase 4 all the wheat in be a large crop of wheat sown this fall as to need im save IGbmb Mora and Nellie Clnuaberhun I eo iiintv to mv ncigbbir the rains come too late to prepare the Dissoltitinn Niilice of Kichmond visitel Miss Fannie Ue lot wheat for my own use lb asks me laud for plowing and the very low trice Newby on The tirm of Buchanan ft Greenleaf ueensbiiry Height sun its and I point to the price at has discouraged the farmer from planthave this iiav dhaoived Greenleaf retire day ootid which is the market price ing a large crop Some are substituting ing Ailpenoni the arm are las A Miller of near Line Blurt price at Liverpool and barley and others rye Yery much of requested to call at once and settle their Arkansas who has been visiting his at he the present crop is being fed to hogs take it if he- t souuis a- - me 01 me nrm will B Miller at Ierkius return brother o What - true of wheat at Kichmond win ioca vast saving to the corn be closed a U a date a- - poacible til home Thursday er Products of evlrT in crop I have asked the correspondents A C BlCUAXAK any part of the country Thna it is this month as to the average yield per We are assured that when you J I Grbjckleaf that what - exerted wheat acre tii is year The average is placed - jo Richmond Ky Oct I x IlKooKslov have seen our large stock ami anything else fixes the at 14 bushels and all agree that the Spi nt i The infant ol Mr and Mrs Earnest will Are you insured Powell ft Tarley consumed in the United Quality is snperior grade and is placet our choice from it that a Villi tt tlliliV HOlRS wlir is very ill Iarrish 3- and the tariff adds not one at per cent the it fills hi Mile ail tv uiliiie tin m tulfv will consider thai you have T t Martin came up to his appoint cent to the price of anvthing the An elegant new Chickennjj Piano for hi t down take a penril ntake a ium ment Saturday and Sumiay with his late sale Apply farmer at this otrice The rye crop of the largest prttducing ofabont what yon want take nu earlv -- tart 15 bride Mr Lnbtn of California admii- namely iit re before tin- crowd am Pennsylvania New Man Bailie Slwarer is spend the Dont neglect your insurance Powell oitgh a Kepubli an and ha York and Wisconsin sliow a very fair money you can save at winter with Mrs D F Stafford in Lex- Turlev out thousands of pamphlets admitting crop The indications are that 3- there this truth bat proposing to help the will be a larger nop raised in Kentucky ington hat about your insurance Low ell r bv having the government Turlev Mrs A T Million visited the school ving 3 tav next year than usual The crop has On the largest and best line ever in Rich- Â¬ transrtation cliarges on exxrts and Seen so small that it has lieeu difficult to bad week She urges that the pupils Insure that big barn Powell Tur thus raise the price at home He is try get a verv accurate report- - The average strive fordipkMaa mond of Dry Goods ol all kinds Clothing of ley Full cotis itleration and lair treat 3 ing to get the Kepublicansoi California yield per acre is placed at 145 bushels Miss Alice Arnold ma our representa all kinds Furnishing Goods of all kinds in return for your money aioji nis pan He admits that the The f lit of the grain is placed at A blaze will start tive at the Teachers Association SaturPowell ft Turley Hosiery of all kinds Flannels of all kinds farmer is thus made to pay the expenses per cent day Hie rejtorts a most profitable day 3 Blankets of all kinds Hats of all kind eminent that the prosperity of rs Since our last communication IfrJno I would rather Mrs the agrioulturallst will h v 4 i trust that medicine than I Carpets of all kinds Cloaks of all kinds The average yield per acre is 227 hush Green a substantial voung man of this I any doctor I know of aay Ifrs Ilaltie 11 other as it is the nan If be average quality is placed at K vicinitv married Miss Rachel fjniaiM duu on an Kinas oi goods that you know Mason of Chilton Carter county Mo the rum oi our country under o l r ceni im- iov eminent are usually kept by the wide awake qg- - a berry of Clark county Statistician in speaking tf Chamberlains Colic Choi high protective policy would be inevit- says that as this is the last report on A large crowd assembled at Brtsjks ahead leader era and Oiarrhoea Remedy able However hi- - scheme is artificial this crop for the For sale b present season it may town church Sunday morning and lames Mon M vere W V Towers and T S Magan drug Octolter as is protection and its bene- - lie taken as indicating a crop considera- Â¬ -- 1st to witness the marriage of melit has gists uld never U-- regulated to justly bly below the average M I olil- Qaiaaaherrr to Mini Bettie BuwaauL I in neiit all We may run factories anil ii vkiev ille work Every mother aboald know that en up extend my hand in behalf of many hands by the million and still the Louisville can be prevented The average yield per acre for barley friends price of our wheat beef and The fir t symptom of cotton or aae i true croup is hoarseness This is followed anything else will not Ik- increased so is i4l bushels There will be a larger CALL AM ski wd ia the case and long by a peiuliar rough couyh Koat Ball It Chambera we have more to sell than we acreage of barley sown this year than usual The Government report shows can ensume at home Cincinnati Oct 111 University o lains Cough Remedy is given lreelv as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even Miami Cniversity 0 May we not reasonably attribute the the lowest Septemlter average during the Cincinnati la st ten years Lincoln Oct 111 Nebraska Iowa in- after the cough has developed it will preice of wheat to the high protective eea hearing and no cent bottes terstate foot ball game Nebraska won vent the attack roTAToaa er news- - policy adopted by our country in shut- for sale by Y F Power axd T S Ha- Â¬ aigland out of our markets and The early crop of potatoes made a fair 28 to 0 the New York kit 8fc Princeton ll san there was laid upon causing her to encourage India and yield in most localities but the late crop to adopt improved machinery and verv much reduces the average The Cornell 4 sani torum of Dralness unut he Cured Orange N J Oct 20 Yale 4 Orange become our competitors iu the average condition of the crop on Octolter veri e rumors thus by local applications as thev cannot reach 0 a world markets 1st is 70- per cent Any protectionist who ailed the Champaign Ills The farmer should house them well Oct lU Illinois the diseased portion of the ear There is a dailv bv in answer to this disproving these two proposition aa explained in thtttwMW- - this winter for the US Statistician re- Â¬ clearly outclassed Ike Forest to dav only one way to cure deatnes and that is and Wood W- y Sv mnctitut Pannnj- -ing viz First the farmer pays higher ports their condition for the whole conn winning the foot ball game with ease ciucjie j ieanii caused by an inflamed condition of the try at l4 The sweet potato crop is Beam 4 to 8 injavor of Illinois j lriw ilr manufactured anode ndatatarv t f t that by reason Brooklyn Oct O University of Lenn mucous lininiu ot the Kusia hinr LV11IV it is to he an independent We wish the of Pwecuve duties Second the farmer planed at 73 per Bant When this tube gets inHanied von liave a sylvania vs Crescentr Luail riamal lias nothing added to the price of what eaa and shall watch the hi rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and aaajalS Crescents In tie sells by reason of protective duties experiment with interest The money from the sale of hop is w ill confer a great favor CURES NOTHING BUT Cambridge Mass tct ill Williams when it is entirely closed dealnes i tie on PILggg more generally distributed among fannFni Mat of obi dedicated a eleven went down before Harvard IS to rt suit iind unless the inflammation can be A Loyaa ofTmth ers than that of auy other class of stock 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 9 taken out and this tube restored to its nor0 monumeir niory of the late Ir known for IS years as xhe have therefore tried to get as full a re- Â¬ 19 1 Writlm fr the I linuut Lafayette Oreencastle hid Oct Io -- Laiw mal condition bearing will be de troved fe BEST REMEDY sUrj port from all over the State as possible as for PILES forever day of which order Nine case out of ten are caused Uar Coasty kuads lniversity 4 Wabash College 1H uid iiap- to the amount being fed this fall p SOtll B V AM DBTOBlaTS by catarrh which is nothing but From Nashville nment is six bv eiuht t 80 VanderhOt Uni PaxoiaKy Oct 1st anir V PmrrttTEaA8S HID CO ST 10VZS all reports there will be a shortage flamed condition ol the mucous sur of versity defeated the Center jeet at the baee seven feet high and College team The roads are bems worteH rron 157 per cent From the Government We wili give one hundred dollZrs for 1 There were over 1006 per well under the new system but a great report as to the number of stock hogg to oi uanvute Ky this sfteruoon bv a any case of deafne score of 12 to L caused bv catarrh C deal of lalor is in daum r of u be fed this fall shows a redaction of ten that cannot be cured by Hallo Catarrh uki iieautilni ieorgetown Ky Oct 80 In tl x it certainly - economy to sav th percent as compared to last year In 11 Cure Send for circular i NO 111 MAIN STREET ond game of the the life- - work already done as far as VVcMltip Leagne Btai possible ttl F j Ciiknkv tales me tirougiit was Georgetown College Co Props Toledo O Keep a nice clean nous- - and It has One theory in making lone up the Kendirt reads is to most severe ho are lieing driven to you aJfSold by druggists f the writer to U-tucky Cniversity by a wore of 88 what want make them very narrow that is between more favored local itie for feeding OLD STAND and Lexington Ky Oct 20 A large num uniandery tile ditches alolnr the si loo r mm very pigs are being very pK57 y4 little cared for The ber of spectators witnessed the State little water may fall on the road bed county of Moarea reports Awarded and for cholera rag- Â¬ College team make wecaanauiyof s men and of the en- - There is danger THE VERV BEST the Jefferson vi lie Highest Honors Worlds Fair of carrying hi ing among the hogs and some diseases vnthwhirfa Athletic Club team think they tiil lM lt from other counties are reported know the first principles of the game of as each other w thout driving in foot ball on a score of tit to CATTLE r driving into them soon LoajBnBe fh t 20 Cenrl CniversiI inquired this mouth as to theaverage That is made in the Stite at Dr them u or llsl lmul imo per gallon delivered a that the tiw of water is oUlrueled number of cattle for fettling purposes ty tlefeatetl the Louisville Athletic Club nhere m the citv We also have n ially when there A general resume shows that there is a this afternoon 81 to n Gimlaek and year Old whsky fa sick --- light SUCH AS- Averv displayed great skill as did also olwtiition litches are not deik it in numbei of 12 percent etc and McDonald of Louisville ev cry thing kept in a ontintus and the water will run oxer The Karsirr u4 the Tariff good ho roiiAi o Call and Kee u great injury I am satisCorrespondents from nearly everv wa fied more culverts if of plank treat pleaure SHAVINGS only to county i l Irawn Hosel r carry tie water of would tie a great sav- Â¬ ment in report the wonderful improve- in the last six weeks 4a will sell at He They have ilrttpiR- - their ing When- - water stands in the iitt iIIC0 The most unjirovbinent has lteen in il Slie lonherRnt triat ffn oit as uaual in ur the roatt Ik iI cau ti not lie dry below the white hurley rcejoa It aab thoaajlt II lia heeu haiging over lany lutllo line on tie itle nil jjy level with the surface of h at one time the county of Shelby BMe ni rly inii water conld loe A slialiow ditch is of very little Fn any quantity d ha orrate wl rOP bUt Uft Tomuv is Dttehea w iie and deep report w from at to MOST PERFECT MADE county are very en- - since hMtiare tl Farm near the kind north making I tm cotirngtug I will eivfc a f an najud vei earn of 1 iiom h ownHtfndvaU r Price Cream Baking Powde ro thv differ j tenia without loasofl itatinc the country more than any attacked auuin md other fee tariff Both parties cannot v hub forced o en 0ten be correct This nnjrvbotrjr know on a street thi street was tilled with fa t is there are Iho U lieve The malitia the leniihlicaa doctrine of hijjh protec- men women and children on the torcinjiof the tool tired on the tive duties is correct and there are Be- attacking party none of whom were in- - mlilii who believe the Democratic jure1 hut the bullets did deadly work in dKtrine of free trade correct though m4 in the stieet bHow The lot- - few of either partv will admit it No lowing is m complete Hat of tin- dead and man should let prejudice or partv spirit fatally rajai prevent his voting for the party that he IM vvillhrini the greatest fnodtO h 11 Mack Johnson the greatest number of his cotinlrvmeii if intrusted with I I i Niticrhouse It is interesting to note ttie trend of aired 7 Anmrman anl the conviction of the minds ot men others arc Bow hard we try to eaansaat known to be wounded some seriously thing is true or a principle or measure oorreet if we ne or think we me eae thing in it to ltenerit ourselves whether iatheSMepriMm it does anyone eM or not Kverv baÂ¬ re the greater man being Mekl to justify his profession d is Ids business w hether others than hiui an- U netitted by that bus iiaii which the little tii not Our selfishness largely shapes our D thrt people of Wth Mievel and tk vet the in- stitution of Blaverv to le sinlnl The the Sooth just as conscien Blli iik lielieved it heaven ordained Thirty years roll by and all rejoice that w and Jailing i slavery as an institution isdend Right Nicholas county Manufacturing truth justice are not attend by geo graphical Ixiundaries But the jadg re burned and mint of human kind is wonderfully let- - and with them two iriTOii seiusiiiiehsami prejudice ihik oikOsjii In at the sugar planters ol liuisiana tight- IfwaftMfet XI m ctrne of protection jus and having taste the sweets ot protection directly they now MM out iioitly in iti favor All protective duties were wrong till they got them on nt on this suiar or their eiiivaent when U hold - from ioh Ik coiis riLdit almost in- Mercury stantiv Look at the coal ami iron men t protected interests tow anl every AT poiat ot the compass Thev all believe it rs that In except Tom Johnson and itive li he had naeetaab motive he is a hero Now when Mr a fact there has lieeu r l M financial distress and the protection i the country has been so busy from the ftk hmond PanUaraph that iion partiaan jiaj r to ex Preaident Har- nt in the ri oii so industriously attiibuting ail to in- the tariff policy oi the Ufinotratk party many no doubt fed like asking as dil What istrathV Ncc aill siy wiiat I started out to atioii ile tat ill and the farmer But aill ais say I do not know any- all and ske1 la the tariff Sor is this there anything new to tariff reformers in what I am 0 Iut let me siy not one in ftbe voters oieither party under how tl- price of all the agricultural in a tree tiade mar- k11adiug tbonght- ful im i iit ti not mat i iiuilK the maiorifv of nun gm Kiiiu It is how the mo re duty adds t the coat of an article itbarl ie or foreign manufacture but why agricultural products must e tiade prieca is no clearer to than mud Nevertheless it must were u pulsed li tn y 1 - parts of the roads meat liable to get in J bad condition worker first and well rather thau attempt to work them all and all parts of them the same year The work wonld stand longer and then we would proceed to work all parta I do not fiom year to year as needed think it a good idea to try to work all parts of the roads in one year so that by the same time next year they w ill lie in about the same condition as liefore the eat lo aiities of the State Wrote The outcome unity of Shelby stoned by -- hct lie acts exactly like the cholar 1 have A nervous organist in a Harlem cl urcli a bridal party to march out after What Miuli remoiiy to the ir the Harvest Be opened May 1 hear Mrs Dashier h aschool of design for young la lies Kva - Yes she iaatmcta them in the art of catching husbands My son dont Father reprovingly vou know that a workman is known by do his chips Son cant sav that but I know that a poker plavcr is No said the baby who had just I am not swallowed a silver quarter worried about the finances of the coiin iry I have a monetary system of my own Toledo Blade Ive noticed that -- -- pil BHS ai -- SEBARGAINUB 3nf ATTRACTIONS w 1 1 f w mm Gured lii - NEW GOODS -- BARGAINS at I -- oDx Â¬ Boots Shoes Blankets Comf Canton Flannels and Flanne Prices never heard of before I - I ELDERS STRENG o Â¬ - WE e- - WNV - 1 1 ls Â¬ Â¬ -- lyuils GIVE f Â¬ IHIUIII OPENING - i UPSIDE DOWN SEASON -- Â¬ - SEE -- I - rr - iHs Â¬ -s l 1 VALU- E- THE PROOFS 20 jes 1 i rtuiai - - RECEIVED on 2 REDUCED PRICES ii- Â¬ Â¬ 7 I - Â¬ ocjl OINTMENT is HJSTRENGl Â¬ Â¬ i m LACERICE l I m Â¬ I y fTABLWsSffiN STRENG ZBUGKEYE1 1U1JI i STREWG 1 1 Z1iBTa BLAKEMAN 2 BUTCHER SHOP rv4V fw j Inter-c-oliegia- Â¬ rc i imcii Â¬ -- DR is WHISKY FARM WANTED ALL KINDS OF Â¬ FRESH MEATS ICE ICE ICE ICE w CREAM BAKING The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard - r0 POWBH - JWPUNCANCO 9 - 11 - - JL TU 4 - C l r - I EVA A A A V Jk rattle SM m l rmiilNhiir rut irUMRTA I - of which onranizal ion ur sanctum was enlivened W cones- - n sin 1 TUi ISV1LLE IIclC Hfli her home at the mi in- - Mrs Saili- 1AK UkK V li r ill Ireu to th - B - Hoi - Their li arls are in it they i bean in delicate health fr hapawd M ol i IV honr the ork an I are praring thai rear edited the Woman ami her death war ilka and bote cDeoolment in the Central Met holi t w lli give t hem grent success a Mill nt Her Inwhund ia in feeble nnexiiected Hired smc mwl with the meiobi BUY love and truth their labors with - U bataniay Mr- her many and has written largely for the Illustrate so with nuiuII ire Kienwaad lAuoetic cMub and their health aud will not B Kentiickian and other Magazine and lip iey McKee DWatOV Of UM M- for an invited LM st itl Learia was the moth f whom ere an with spoke on Inlu triai Newspapers Mrs Herr is facile writer Preabvterian Church cx totwlv awaiting the coming of the trin William Wallace and A t il il w mncn and the productions of her pen are read Schools w Inch was listened to itn and many Irom othei oii fcOiYT ACCEPT miTAT10N5 the to carry theni to the little cit tlii county Skho- ii S crowd until it p iswd the 400 mark N interest Kesolutioiis of thanks were ten- with pleasure bv all PRcrrnr a CAM 1LC CO CINTI Insvilre iiu- pride of leamaiim iinty i tinW were in Richmond for a short Died Miss Susan second daaarhter of tiaiiineaa of ith the hour of 9 oclock ram the lvl- - people ol uicnmona iw umai i while Sun lav and spent a plei an t hour llnL Brown at the which started trin Panola aboard liov John we T v Satur- at Central Iniver itv with Robert Berry eniis h osoitalltv 111 wlneli tiiey t 111 CXCUI it er about point tive Malison at the hour grai iii elite tainday morning Naught thai medical skill Irof Akeis one of our old tutors at Waco UIHV- A jiou them iiiMl- - KiprmBt Sv or the tender ministrations of friends Washington and Lit is connected with benchctiot i t A MJ enJohn Additional car were when tne could do was left undone Miss Brow the University The students are t i i ii knew thusiastic over the prospects of duplicat who The Rslbble aud Trnstworthy Firm IIIIIMIM11 all wasl yean of ae and all nil mulled Kichmond and m by her elri-t-ia- n ing la t years brilliant athletic record lr oi nd onronte t ir the scene ot her were attracted cIom i Slughter life and the kindly deeds she was The foot ball team plays at Louisville to dhe train consisted ol RICHMOND II KY tlie r attention il Mrs constantly engaged upon for those who day and at home Saturday Gov M h wa almost t were in need The tiimrd took place Crearv spoke at home Saturday evening iacitv W Herri lay from tin- - Church of the Holy and left on our train for Danville four and aim OUR NEW STOCK OF Irvine pie are proud of him Name in Hend Richmond t the hv th lie will of course be re clecfd to the riliv The irannati City Times of the 14th Lower House and will be a powerful fac j hi in an his inat contained the following account of tor in the Senatorial contes- tty at Cynthiana Demoe rat lli ol a former Madison man ar an McWillians a well known iver Potts has be Mrs Rngerua I the party The Rich Kansa- - City died at his Richmond all week working for the Ill Â¬ it of Silver liarul added to the enjovment ol on 7 ustrated Kentiickian and enjoying old by ii excellent home 3115 Trooat Avenue at about a 12 TO renins of iuthunmation ol friends She was the guest of Mrs n ati n the rs lKi v laode oi the throat Mr MeWi- - Jennings GreeulesJ while there Mrs v Yi vv araa special I v He had been Bert Stockton gave an exquisite Autumn I with their rendition of liNic liams was ti7 ye Saturday night to a IN From the Brat Leaf tea at which were present the nine III about lour months and and uuntediatelv whipjied ience His rebecame i women who are conducting tin mouth organ nl began a kind of iiiiini- Â¬ by Mrs tnion which he kct ii until easting hi- - and a lew weeks ago an operation wa lege for girls jn Rielm nil and it Bourne late of ITamlU College I formed which wi ll o in ilirertion lie evidently i Friday ton Many other prominent women i iieved he would recover in oui eves tiie minder we were routeui- grew worse and his physi to Mrs Iotts wa- - among the were there idating and bmnglil In- time- - morning be f honor cians announced to the family that the also Mrs Herr who I le aiti wai Is came a Laud thev end waadrawiag near and few minutes wa- - in the city OH a special mi ion it I le n duw ii an we offer The in he died Stockton villa was a thing f beauty r ii thev lie interior looked as if some friendly PE1180NAL cyclone had Wowed the brilliant autumn leaves from the tiees into the room at m Rev William Crov -- I Si taching them on urlains and walls and is Xicho- bar- Â¬ ii the draperies banking here and scattering and vice dropped in there Transcript Thoa V for the town Land pla is on ii- - last Friday else- Â¬ Call on visited friends i Ml Mr-- Mary KEUGIOUS the Vernon last a eek to VOU b invnediah W K When t o a kind act von cant act upon th a visit at Cincinnati M a rou ree Baptist klj Will Bryant of Shelbyville was a via To lainlan Minday ies- - cliurchianity HI had Mr- Wanton went over to Rich and more uf Christianity thev would Cynthiaua Deniocrat lr neh Tipton the make lietterchurcil members Arkansas ol Sharp Mi s Mayme Rogers I arid afi here last Baptist a tor hall an colored Baptists of this state are nner win week much about it but are lames King and wife visited the fam- We found the place when ahead in the education and Cliristianixa- ty W Vs their people Banner 1 ivntly The Itible tests ujMin anthorit il Mr s It V rests upon reason Mrs D T Ihwlaud at Danvilb argues both processes sre last a v Bible claims to mate Th le e Mi 1 Baptist Cou- nee seeks truth fully attended to our ut frieuds and relativea in Lexing - C ev rv m ton an I Clark cooul C Mi The Kentucky Conference of the M a Work done promptly crow fro G W EVANS Miss Florence Hood of Richmond was I Chinch Sooth at its lab lich ai A as well as any tl ttf L itindrv atives 111 Lexington thi l V the lament of xington i iazette A ouutry m in ihe Wesleyan College at Win eester Her I of White ll- of the Cosf The stati tis ire Visiting her Iar nts Mr ami shown bv tin- reports s nt up by the A i ineu rvil Mr- - W W Park at Full etc are as follows Â¬ PRICES NO HIGHER moth r Mr- Mr- - C C W ember- - 20MO increase - proba i4 increase XSi IH al preachers Mrs Andrew tions telon save a acre 17 children baptized 516 Irvine last week tec A FARM adults 1438 Sunday schools Lbc officers Y at Moors uiitor of the R N Stand by Home People and V lib- Â¬ scholar A ft was B II R and C M Browning spent 182 otiieers and teachers rary books is 1 they will -- land by you lay night in Richmond f on probation f the Wen are who are member Mr- - F g members on probation At dr K 11 They sch S00 conversions in Sun ia n the Hon will return llethi holidays lid for Sunday School literature g OUT OF TOWN WORK Mi- - A J Cobb accompanied by her church the Womans Hon- The Nutiiag fTf nliB - Viii nii i Preaeal aaa hul tl Urm Her emribiitki Ii her presence rmma Walker Herr the ae kian have given the Illustrai ladv whoso writing are w known k the im st of our readera Mrs her an euviab Herr was in attendance at the acaaw ol women thoroughly understand - Thin- - t Herr t nti VOiR U - II - - - Mission St e has work Q tI i simmoAP 99o PURE WHITE 111 m m 1 1 - tc l - Veii I I GIBSON I Â¬ i i Â¬ toiajs lm- l 1 1 i - Everybody knows i I that we are selling cheaper than any oth er house in Madison count and therefore NEW GOODS our shelves Is now WE BOUGHT SELL regardless of what our competitors may do OUR STOCK 1 ABOUT I 1 1 have a very large and growing trade but we are ust ike other people who still want more and the only way to get more trade to give more gains Every day a bargain day at our l LACE DEPARTMENT 4 Is complete and adapted the season only inducements first class t rfc are - i Ellin Institute BARGAINS us before purchasing i 1 I store but we intend to make Saturday the crowning day of eaeh week where DO NOT FAIL Visit Our 1 We want to be rushed on that day because we can rest on Sunday Now I MILLINERY Rea Estate I 1 - ixi then remember that hereafter we will sell on ever Oiituiuin one certain article at or below cost thus giving you an oppor LHUNDRY SALEv BYV SON - 111 irrtitlUt tli Iuii - w- tunity to - ili ngton K paid 111- on pi Lew - I his him ill V F i - n well w is it e- - at his hn e - earn- hrstei 1400 I All tie er er iiy it Mr Kimball the city att-r- - y that tie in ease any I at tht ofthejmL Matt mount inpany s Cohen iii tw vear Har Ijfwreicebuig - Die xington yriti Vera Banlstown KliaaWf Hartfonl Owen tro and at winch he won nd a1 ln will and winter and t -- horses 10 educate and at all time walk llurw Mr trainer to avsiiiiie hi- - new lutie inehsii is u Conference Beard of Education S311 Â¬ 91 American Bible Society llaude Smith other collections Sl Kanuett lloov apt Bverett Berry of Richmond one to the enjoyna Father Taylor was the pastor of the of the hands uifst police 111 Kentucky lie w a t Â¬ - well as of K of 1 was here Wednes- - St Miiiens Chapel in Boston a very patriotic man and always kept his day Interior lour sailors in sympathy with himself on oli Â¬ Mrs Marie Harris a very charming I tile bed reputation ticsl questions One Sunday just before of Lexing and attractive young widow the State election his prayers for the diss irace ton Commonwealth were peculiarly fervent fvch Hackr on the Summit He asked thai u man might lie chosen and an uuiu Robert Bantam of Richmondwaa ioi a Governor who would ruie in the i the At in making the soup of Dr II W w Wednesday g in Lexington to dia fear of God and never be afraid of the Mi Wi White of Richmond was in Rich clae and defeat the ring leaders iur train with a tired but jubilant town yesterday of corruption and defy his ow n party if it ie Mrs Cliff Bergin of Madison county yielded to w ire pullers and -- am Dr Ro there Bu She will denly he paused and then exclaimed Mary Ktooer is visiting Mis ida jiinin i a Icmo of hia many l Lord next week be tiie guest of Miss Mary Whats the use of boxing the itfa County World C Lou Atkii compass in this way tive us Ueorge and he bore the honors meekly N Briggs for Governor ore two badge and Amen lultiif Speaking Mr and Mrs Havil Myers of RichAutnain heave- - ami llnmrliN nC Mi tttilv of th The raver was answered the Tuesday mond attended the barbecue Tlterc ill U pablic speaking in Mad- The woodlands are arrayed in Mollie Kite of Hi hmoml and other following by the mo t tremendous majotaon imnty in lielialt of the Ieiii mtii uc nature the gorgeous Uliitiiart young ladies came over with the Mc rity ever scored- - Christian Intelligencer tioiiiiiHis tu be voted for ut the NovemÂ¬ in autumn The lirev iavishlv IV- lied at hi- - home Crearv Democratic Club Nicholasville Hie Womans Parsonage and Home ber flection an loliu maple ad brilliant yellow in Speedwell Madison county Ky on Democrat Ttieslay October - J A Sullivan Mission of the Kentucky Annual Con With the ll Bfty four er 11th lv Barterson Taylor of Lexington is fereaeeof the M K Church South met ami C L Si ariy nt Waco Gen the He had visiting his daughter Mrs A man la T in the Methodist Church in this city Friday October 36 EL W Miller ami The lovely picture in delicate health for manv Tuesday evening of la t week and ad W S MoicHiv at Stappa Storrand School Superintendent Million County I Hi and hi- - demis lie formerly resided in Madison and was journed the following Thursday evening John It Goodloe and ft EL Smitli at 4der while it a devout nieuaberof the Methodist the last Brigadier General appointed un The society came into existence by the Etere ad ol an after thought of pal Church South and will be der the oil militia law before the war t 2Tth Senator John I Sanrilav action of the annual conference of 1888 ami thaiiklnli s-- to the divine community He l There Goorlloa and lion 1 EL Bkraaaa at and is therefore unite young II and A P Snowden visited D perfect tih very Rood awl d daughter and also a brother Clienault Kirksville Imlne Joint ibout forty delegates in attendance Snow leu of Waco last week who has cbuiond These II Pi Soiiire at Valley View very nek but - some better new who were hospitably entertained in the ami P II Sullivan been and not be inclined of tin i rs were l atioii take licv lames lralher of Uiibuioiil elegant homes of Richmond Miss Belle William Clienault anil J Tcvis Cobb at Who i which family of Jen v and Nan and Bennett gave the delegates a cordial re Kel Ho wa- here last Saturday and Sunday the semmance of death the led of five sons and two daughter Hon JB WtMlnexlay pleached at Log Lick Sunday Chilton ception at her palatial home on Main the earth 4 tiieir loiiae dieted by t Kirks McCreary and 8 D Eorriali street Tuesday evening from to 7 p m r that Cor Winchester Democrat witheie- bare A Keddof Kichmond at the home thus giving all an opportnuity to become Yjji and BV the grave Marks of Lexington h The interment was at B Tlmrsilay Sot Nt -- lion Jam acquainted at the beginning of the meetclothed cured a position as salesman i a Wool with n eye of faith family cemetery near Speedwell ing Alter partaking of a delightful re- - McCreary and Jtidja- J C Chenault at glorified the by an immortal or a steins New York Store He is a band- viiich wasysaryuj rn true Kentucky Waco sdite and accommodating young ven like in the Bpriortfene the Fr iKc one Friilav Nov 8d Hon Jamaa R He- style they repaired to the church and with rth will man and is a valued addition to Mr by an opening sermon by creary and Hon W B Simth at Coion were greeted ieins force of salesmen He is a eduesday Citv EL II Crooie and K W Miller the pastor Kev A Bedd great favorite with the ladies free tu All urn l M Cbenaafl anl P H morning the meeting was formerly open On t Hiram Jett of Madison county was ed by the Yice 1resident Mrs sawyer Sullivan at Dbyleai ille ilh th aiKcl- - he ill yrtct thee M ofcriog to you free of charge We ate here Sunday on a visit to relatives Hon James of Wilmore as Mrs Ioynter the PresiSaturday November up to December 15th a genuine oil paintMiss Lowells White of Madison county Many ear- McCreary and J A Sullivan at Million Iie pure and holy frameH in a four and one dent was not able to attend v6 VV irk was the guest of Miss Sarah Thompson nest prayers were offered for the success station work for Chritt the Ooodloe and Senator Jrro half inch gilt or oxiiiized kilver frame Tet Ami ren Nat Thompson of the first of the week Hon W EL a van the meeting followed by a testimony It H Crookeat Kinstou an have your choice of t 10 cry and wife of Madison eountv were the service Mrs 1115 Hogg of this citv Smith and W K BbackeUurd at S Thev are all hand painted bv Richmond Thompson the first delivered the address of welcome and wi P H Suiiai and tirten and include landscapes It is with regret u our part that we the response was delivered bv Mrs Anna Kazans store 0 rJ Brack and winter scenes iied Upon to record a second death Overstreet of Lexington Miss Petty Tipton at College Hill J T fi ue pictuie etc You would value them Only a Democrat of Clifton ShirHet 111 the family Dr and Mrs Povntz and daughter not know they short month has elapsed since the tamily the Corresponding Secretary made ber and Ii W Miller at Silv it you di or 30 at Kathleen left the city vesterdav report which showed great pi Vt 27th ll arrangements At Kirkdeath of C D were called to mourn the marriage ami the Thats bow we can the younger son Now I for buving them je has for Mt Sterling to attend the Owings to The committees were appointed in receiv will beuin at 7t p ui and at Valley When one fallen a victim of the dread destroyer of their relative Miss Mary afternoon session was occupied lew on tct 27th will bejrtn ivv ih m awav as we which ou anoth i cancelled we dagiedied on October 18 1804 at Mr Lawreacs White It will be a very ing reports from titty card Kev Miss Mings visits to Rich Â¬ were fettering and encouraging akmg At all other point er You can secure aeveral fine picture the residence of her father four miles swell affair Dickey of Jackson who hs Aili beiii it - oclock p 111 lading with us steadi typhoid fever age mond are remenilHred by many of the 1 Kichiniiid 0 She is a very engaged in the mountain work for the society people rybody is invited to attend Ke- JJ veils The funeral services were con- young lady KR- was present and gave in dIe and fascinating J W B F W Harding and the ducted bv lov teresting talks upon many subjects Mrs Ciiairmati Iemocratic Comiu tin belongs to one of the wealt Cash Grocer and Confectioner las buried in the Richmond ceme aristocratic and cultivated faHiilit p H Hoffman read a paper on home The bereaved friends have the Thai Jiijtul IViIins work which was nmeli cuy itb county I at by all Mrs Sawyer has shown hi J With the exhi P Aimer The Western Union Telegraph uu id Williani liennett as lei tan awe onicer anu health and strength aHeal nunv n She has a fall rich voice and b a iol o iiiciiiir ft fltaa I if v Hi I Mrs v who Uo ch rift tail woman el ill in the 4Â¬ Iickei- - left Monday tor the mountains expeditioi on i hunting an s T Copelm Paymaater of the Mr ids under the receivership of Col MacLeod atourotfi iay Irvine a stu- Mi Aune In titui st last Friday of Mr and Mi- - including house rent etc lp- presiding eld niiid SI7 Conference cliiimant- ii paid parent missionary socii 84 Womans Foreign Mission Society Womans Home Mission Society Board of church Extension ireedmans Aid and Southern Idi Society S455 Sunday School Cnion - 70 - deal of money offer of course open to the retail trade only as we can not afford to supply our worthy wholesale patrons at such prices when buying in large 1 great I This a inr lent-ti-- K SO LI CI 1 K t ttsd LJ K i1 zrn NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Elegut A Eis L I v 1 Stic TUITION Tract- l Childrens Hay fund quantities Watch our circu lars and the Register every Friday and Sat urday for further an nouncements Respectfully WANTED A j- at ai Saturday October 27 ti -- i r 350 acre in th- - or an aojoinii to be from two eat on a i or aJJ- Richmoiul Kv c irom - tnnti Friday i - S10QQ0 In next Ji- TO LOAN F Weckesser applj to I 3 vla Kentucky Kihmomi in Climax Buil Oilice - i The cash grocer antl Confectioner NOTICE i i SALE I ha City Property FOR I HI m Whj i for ottr Â¬ Â¬ i The Madinon County Prohibition Com to meet at JacV Frte- mittce are on rridav on ilirfcrer mans More in Kichmottd Jet j6th at n a m tor the rranactiofi hooils in Iowa the ot biMincaa ot great iaap pablic orer W ChaNky I nart dsirapue Abo A tots lwery on Hfice fer 151 m on iriJytHl will nui itritri frt h ltnit ilKiut Kllittr li- - Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Kemaining unclaimed ai Kichmonl Ky f r 1 I II POW1 iAZHITTY -- in r tie the v -- lS4- - EORDER Bsattyville Coal 1 WALDROP 1 1 W I I illic Well- - J Mr- - Â¬ - toAt OfHce bewra Irom 6 a m to p m Monev onler anil rei tereu letter hour ompt 7a in to 550 p W A FOWEII f M 111 hi NO Fire insurance Powell Turley3 1 1 - Lock out for tres as well as storms 3 Powell Sc Tnrley- - Ii3 SULPHUR NO iau Are you in it insurance Fowelt Turler If not get CLINKERS En- - Â¬ Firoa like Â¬ 39ea in the world since Powell SC Turley Your dealer sells Kacinio deati and taxes iave its ereatiea 3- - kentKky 11 j Â¬ ara I 1 Fire is a ffood servant but a bad y Powell 3c Tarley master -- CrT 1 Your Chance POSITIONS opcrinan event in t a CiUaRANTEED ll Easiness Ceifcfo Writ r - 1 -- - Oui HRBE 90pa h which ie M wi Drassbons Pnciical HtSHVLLE Book kwo TtNN Pnan - r cauloene int ilai in our To Qwasrs torc llic pat ycai - hand it r- - i Sep A i m in - - t -- Powell Dont ga to sl Turiey over yuur iaaaraaca M 111 ol Carving in iardin ill be tur- - Mr I tendai at d the Powell kTurle7 hat tho p7 ill nre loss I wW Wind lu tb - llfMt I rii nl uju p0- - rlieunwt te wards intinu Her eulti All fire loa35 pail br Povcll k Dr Prices Cream Baking Ponder Aw prompt and trust - M 0li KrU mttMf i I LODGE DIRECTOR In Hong Kong it was by a mere raat Robinson Aesops Fables Seated on a great Bible bullion fringe B R R R N I HOEVER YOU ARE in au Pilgrims Progress a life of ter of accident thatth INK cushion of cloth of gold piled with Crusoe Shsrp Took tar flow shawls of cashmere and canton he was Washington anil a history of the thorities learned of the disease s as the Richmond Lodge No 2 meets second lluutlrt l auili HEREVER YOU ARE the inter natives Continual Submarine Warfare Raff ar a great deal about borne around the rotunda a luminous United States When these lost town of the carefully concealedChinese min- and fourth Tuesday i in each month S One contagion walk to the nearest OS tho French Coast vision of Hashinr jewels and a musical est he would P Deathcrage Master J Speed Smith dog s destroying sfasep and some per vTal HATEVER YOUR TASTE murmur of tiny bells from his plumed and on precious bits of paper copy down ister is the sauiUry board Lai Secrctan Time Table No 21 l In Ef- I sons would like to Kill all tiled He be hard headed such extracts as he could make from Chueu prove to Richmond Roa Arch Chapter No if o- helmet to his slippers mutrv That l very foolish llmtn to th Smallest From th pan having patients sent meets third Tuesday in each month ponderous law books iu the constables Insisted And when he had made his royal feet Oct 21 1894 the Wlrr l our oum the i r U really the sheeps beat native hospital of Jung Speed Smith Secy n in su lat ruml- Th friend and if instea if hating dos salaam or salutation to the guests and oflice in order to have fresh reading from the great European llygeia and P Aiincr II P Richmond Commander No Io Reg- Â¬ Even his dictionary studies Wall to the material laaa of the it riiiuut farmer would get a goodona to had to lie given up in winter when then after examination to the hulks ular meeting the first Tuesday in each look after Us flock they would liemite ssta of lifo in Visiting Sir Knights are cordialliu the harbor This was done for a month there was no twilight and no candles Id not let any stranire t S P Deatherage so on the back of the wooden fire few days Then the feeling among the y invited lo attend were liurt the sheen tliat E K iini J Speed Smith Recorder a m r m shovel with a piece of charcoal he Chinese became so bitter that the pn Versa flea Madbon Lode No 183 at Kirksville lVst In Native would amuse himself by working out cedure had to le abandoned Niche1 oa lrave and faithful animal Saturday evening before the lull meets i ins Valley Vin mathematical problems and writing membersof the sanitary board actually moon in everv month J W Moore W was Sirrah lie Uveal la Scotland a 3 18 ruallv II 40 Â¬ to European essays that could be shaved off leav stimulated this hostility B of the many jr Richmond 8 J3 If K V Whit ock Secretary II 58 mll- ing him a fresh surface Another of methods r m t and parnt breed and ns hand- lx Kiiijjstm Lodge No at Kingston imal- Union Placards were brought to Hong Kong meets Saturday evening 515 his favorite amusements was making before the full uar w he was intelligent lie hud a nr- speeches to men working in his fathers from Canton which reveal the deadly moon in every month T C Witt W Ifyofl want clean tender juicy steak eall on m We k tlie v rv tiful white frill and the clearaat suspicion of all foreign means of treatM fields A R Todd Secretary ni1 alTeet innate hazel Nunc Lut the best butchers employed and Irvine meat of all kimls Sir Rowland Hill perhaps most ment These placards warned all peoWaco Lodge at Waco meets fourth t M make a BpeciaJty of delivering meal promptly and at tin- exact time it ith White American boys and girls do not know ple not to go to long Kong nor to per- Saturday in every month John rah held a pist of great re- Ladi- i- i sim ciallv invited to call ami see our new Minn anil WEST I is wanted was the man who in the early part of mit their wives and children to go lie W M I II Turpin Secretary of the ir S at I John L Hamilton Lodge No Jucen Victorias reign reorganized the cause they would fall victims to the a few lam- - a dozen or the way we lMll ss a M postal service of ireat Hritain from foreign doctors who were chopping up Union City meets second Saturday in M ven hundred Inst think Irvine every month John I Hamilton W M mediwhich ours is adopted and made it pos- all sick persons in order to make how hard it would be to count seven sible to send a letter for a few cents to cine out of their eyes and bones No John L Grign Secretary nil latnlis Hut that was what he Daniel lioom lodge No 44 at Roones He was the amount of explanation litis yet sufficed any part of the country to keep lie v had to do meets third Saturday in ever izMZExy-rc- -son of a school teacher but so delicate to eradicate the deep seated suspicion boroinjh Wm Richm of all and not to lse one month Bennett W M S Old n it he was not permitted to study with his that all foreign doctors are on a still ham Secretin it the MM RIltINf III IKl 1oNY brothers lie suffered from loneliness hunt for the eyes of dead I hinese i to break C T WELLS Manager out of the Berea Lodge No 617 F v A M John fold No what started them departed the tamarfta began that is a great deal yet found perfect content- The people cannot understand that Johnson W If not a but they f ther as sheep rand show and the glorious fun ment in lying flat on his stomach on European medicine does not value cer1 O o F tain parts of a body for medicine be will animals and the uauteh maidens or dancing girls the hearth rug adding up tremendous Madron Lodge No 14 meets every columns of figures Later in life he cause their own physicians who are was empty the musicians and jugglers the glass K Monday at their hall on Main and aUowers the Nutt was celebrated for his knowledge of mainly ipiacks insist that by eating J Lipscomb N C L J Km street mathematics and held important posts certain parts of the bodies of animals over the s who are wonderful gymnasts Boone Encampment No The shepherd and acrobats and the Rhootiyan under the government for which he one may secure the best qualities of li 1st and thud Thursday in someetseverv wide range of hills Odd r V was knighted those animals They cling to this lie Hall on Main street Richmond after wrestlers from the mountains P J Mr Gladstone when he went to lief and therefore such absurd stories LirwcombwC P L off OF Frasee Scribe Eton was considered the prettiest lit- as those of Christian missionaries killwaa pitch dark and Richmond I nilorm Degree Camp No Qsnassta at i i tle boy in the school but he was not ing native children to secure their ir but hi 5 meets second Thursday in each month Combats between animals of differ- - very popular as he cared very little find ready credence e nd went off to look for in Odd Fellowt R Tudor Cap His companions tain LJ Eraec Clerk men hunted for eit species are a source of great amuse- - for outdoor games w 11 No Iloarilora In the Palace te Jaraaeae Oateof the rarely ever saw him run and a boat he KMICM s or HONOR BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS t One of the ladies of Hampton Court sts is that between had for sculling on the river he invaand inci ol huga AmitT LoHijc No i K of II ndid lot ol pits tor al hum reciatered The monkey is tied riably locked up and rarely loaned it palace recently undertook to increase v Pridai SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correspondence solicited Addi Id Fellows her income by taking Ixiardcrs The s legs by means of to other lxiys when he was not using nan at 7 o clock M Kicc IK and lniih animals are set down it What he dearly loved however was lord chamberlain was therefore bb All E W Rowland Reporter R H Ky the hank of a river or pond The to make long addresses on most serious to point out that while rooms at s KNIIIITs Ol M S V in dread standing of the subjects in the school club of which he ton court may ha temporarily lent Binds K P White I with the ipuens consent and there is meets ev 4 in the water was a member Then for amusement that no objection to relatives or friends con- erv Wednesday evening a Odd Fellows raid of the water lie helned to edit an Eton magazine alive for GRASS ROUT Maupin C C F iTJi rixLrxjTjxn njTTUTjTjiriruTjxrm n tributing to the expenses of the ladies hall a if to the utteraaoal not to for which he wrote a great number of and VV Miller K of R and S into it As anile the irisc poems editorials translations and es- Â¬ while on a bonafide visit the queen alien draws a line at attempts to make pekey into the water and says draw a bfAyAfAy It v iiulit The shep- - then the cunning simian sits astride Thomas leffersnn as a boy rode well cuniary profit out if her hospitality liiestrian fashion The and played the violin but he mixst sin Â¬ Kentucky He Via a t elillcr B tries to dive and the cerely loved to study When very Btnmbonloat the Bulgarian an an and so young he went to college and gave n was in Mi spectators and hours a day to his books and for prenticeil to a his ymnvr ri iaol ller m eased from exercise at twilight would run for a prime I have opened a New Hardwair Stare at Nu i Seeoad Street minister be appointed bis I t his an uncongenial companionship mile out of the college grounds and master the eobbler and shall handle the Bne in town prefect of back again at SoOa as n VYoiid rful Ihiliilrlphia r1 for bis Irl Cuvier the great naturalist used to just ami anerriag COOKING STOVES HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ severity and his reTI and a half years make for his schoolfellows the tiniest the markable talent f old I Philadelphia iy to bat ruOt perfect maps of bits of colWARE CUTLERY GUTTERING TIN ROOFS bring thirty ored cloth or paper pasted on a sheet Jacob A Kits wlise Mimics or tne eare a piano she has and theaj drawn over with dots and poor in the Treat eft ies have attracted MlPltlr IB in the last intuitu AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS much attention If lines to represent mountains rivers rites an article ok to her be struck she Uw us etc IlayjToutnis City Schools for the their means so much more than W bile this has and the correspond Century A water clock and a sun dial this particular reI handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows Iet the enNone better f you imagine serious and marked out on the side of bis landÂ¬ ference to New York city it is applicatire ke board lie covered with cloth n ladys houae when he went to lioard- - ble in a measure to all large cities Mr c fatal diseases result from 3 muffle t he sound and irg school were made by Sir Isaac Iliis say there is only one public school ivr I ii- have in connection a Tinflop with W I Hncklcv the 5 ve she si cj music by striking Ntrttcn who as a little Ikjv was for in New York city that has a re trilling ailments neglected ve I yi l cst tinner in the sh cannot see Her first ever inventing something playground and that was nt acquired vrr V I He con Â¬ Dont play with Natures p on snort notice State in charge G uttering and roofing done Vrr may be a trived v curious little mill the arms of or that purpose It is rn the heart of greatest gift health it she hits the which were made to move by a the tenement district and was an old ahead without graveyard which had to lv pure Jt f mice imprisoned in the mills s If ru are feeling cannot read tower Though for a time at school he by the authorities to prevent the shutcut of sorts weak and generally ex inderfrum the scho il waa rather a lazy 1kv wlien later he ting out of hausted no ingulshea v It may have banu a mere coincidence have no apititc to live on his mothers farm he ad cant wcivh If she iiirked his daily duties often to stop that the rough gang of boys which Ixpui at onretak i qjrrijijxruTjxrtrijuv Lrun Hears a strange air two or three times and build wonderful little water wheels nnrjtrm rUT ou anjTJxrrpxru iTtjinjvnnri n n n n n ruvp nasi to disgrace that block on Set ing tbemoai irrl n er piano reproduce it by the brooks side or lie under a avenue and occasionally did much mis shady hedge and study out long chief lias nut beeo heard from since blow Tiioueti wn r aUanaaC ters A few bot- the old graveyard be name a playgr small boy in one of Marshall mathematical problems 5 cure write j Mr Riia It is a net anrnnw Louis Agassi was so expert a fisherconies fritm the pproached man when a crv itst liws- t- ti and my with Poverty boy he could catch rr k advance them in hislittle hand fasciuating them makes me feel unite certain that there terth and lis is a piCdialit w take by the 11 etting a week firstkept strange motions of his fingers Overconnection between nexttwo things there it used to be t He a numler of pet tish in a stone it basin behind his fathers house and Bible to go through the block without Vrr f sir pelted with mud by the ragawas clever at taming field mice and all II A VI- A FULL AND COMPLETE Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver arly developed Into sorts of little animals end insects LINE OF He muffins a sir north l Neuralgia IIAHIAVAKK Troubles sof a peculiarly vicious stamp was an uxpert little cobbler and STOVES UF a1 I wasnt r Constipation Bad Blood cooper could make water tight barrels They half killed tvi policemen anil STOVES GRATES TIN W ABE and FARMING ve I i Malaria Nervous ailments you werent worth it as well as a man and manufactured out of sheer malice U at to death the Vrr one boy in the plock with a pH1 repupretty shoes for his sisters dolls Womens complaints oil wen j but Do you need a Cooking Store or Range Perhaps of all things Daniel Webster tation The neighborhood was as deso we haadk tle Cft fW K II n unit ii I n roldcn I k r r IV ndiii5sra reo AU others an- sub when a bojF loved beat was to read late as it was desperate but when the MODEL 8TEEL RANGE rs ltirnclllof tuna atan w StltllUs wicked old tenements were torn down I lira aw th V injj I alout He never remembered when he None like it III u It is durable eoaveaieat economical rl ol len Bcautilul Vvurlda A Russian has discovered by patient first legan to read but as a very tiny and a public playground vrs opened rir i ana ntxxik tree bavoa labor try one Champion movers and Reapersand i- - u BALTOPE MD Drs boy he read the newspaper regularly on the sight of them with swiuprs and a th vibrate lnc Arr f We have in eonnectioa i TIN sil Man an nrepand u SayyaativAvAayayrfa ad from which he to an old Iiritish soldier who used to saudhaapo and wheelbarrows LveCo and tve to do tin roofing guttering and other work on the whole infer One shovels neighborhood ran perform the dis curry him aliout on his shoulder slurt notice Vrr tance of ine kilometre per minute day his schoolmaster offered a prize of chanced as if by matrie There were a jackknife to the lxy who could learn no more outrages I dont Wlicve I of an e lve IBi r a rr I ty flying straight in one the greatest number of Bible verses heard once fn nn Poverty trap that year dircc rain train I to Ifaii i Street ping a fly could whereupn the next morning Daniel got through the police Even a man with Vrr Richmond spectacles aright po undisturbed travel round t he world iu less than up aud rapidly spoke off so many lve Wind Vrr Pana twenty eight daj s that the master had to beg him to through the block The boys had TJvajxrjU Lexington the uurjin i n n u ins iU VTLrE stop and promptly presented the found other use for the mud As an tve r ingTedient of pies it was a grant per lrr yiill knie St Iouis Republic li Wa on ih Captain lve Kniiitii suader to peace whereas in tlu gutter r of it am The following story is told of an it had been a standing- challenge ti uTJin-rmiTru-iriix- n r sh military officer in the Chinese combat with society at larjre All the CHOLERA JX CHINA c If ymi need barrows plows army Heine visited by some friends Ii yon need bardware entlerv wickedness that remained in Poverty fATSVILLB RR that o to show the high Gap spent itself ia the name it gave state of ir baMitm Wacaa Ha or c discipline of his command funded a The Result of Neglect of UKTH BvlNl the San- Â¬ to the playground Holy Terror Park IVilv ciiams or larnuny d ire a night alarm The troops But it was harmless itary Begruiationa turned out BxHnn Unfortunately 5 5wpHertoDli feU- owith commendable alacrity and fell of anv ikm rail 01 5 c the park is g ne The building of tho Lve Clncinnail and it was r r loos oiC 3 their places readv for emergen- Lv- - tVivliiton Wayfarers Lodje wiped it out iu part puTxuTJvxuuijvTjTjuiJTjxnrijTj uri 3tjl UTJixinjTjirujiijirirLru aJ is but when they discovered the European Dortora Hlplrw to Enforr Lszianto c --i 700 a ii r There is room yet however and a rare who have cause of this sudden Modern Mrthoda of rvwvaaSaM on Pi interruption to chance for some public spirited citizen Arr Mi 3o8 a ni It is tinAccount or KxiatiiiK Muprr- their dreams they laughed heartily Carlisle to do his day and his generation all Poplar Weatherboarding kers Jaessssn tltiona thinking it a good joke The wort hr 91 a a but the police reporter a food ta Ma The captain was elated at his success and Cypress Shingles Many details of the spent plajrue in rj n determined to repeat the experiment nrliia THE MARKETS Vulcan Canton and SOUTH BVIUND A 3 Decidedly after he invited another party of us showing Qong Kong are interesting Cat Poplar Shingles an attack the attitude of the natives Chilled I and Mie- friends to witness the performance 5 Hardware and CINCINNATI Oft ft Grocery Firm in Th2 Lve Masville FTnrR Spring patent and the alarm was sounded at dead of toward foreign doctors and the difli fancy r 37 aprlne Framing Lumber Jo Plow i Eichaond I R night but not a soldier appeared while culty of enforcing the simplest sani- winter CftajiNS - spring farrilv lrli le patent tary regulations Krom all accounts taaey t Mlllerslmr lau hter from the tents showd family K0OHtSn low rV Vrr itra fl 7a Lis cortharsttrn ryi that the joke was on the men s side this haii the Lurop an doctors been per- Â¬ Windows ca Ulli mitted at the cutset toenforee a rve p r bri e ft3tJa tune Iovlnaton Whea- tinspection the death list s Pre heavy ami there lil nxLTLruxn y ae ruuuiniuuu orvruTTLrinnjinrtrurLru would never have risen above tifty a waa onlj moderate triijniry The marl All First ChuB Goods pem- dull VA steady Sufs No red track 5iV - S siiH K oi iri sii groren day and the disease would have been inn Cokn Sales Xo 8 yellow track Me whits Tntmc Man q the iHtriu seen oais A lnlque Lottrrj Record Ge The tin restricted to lnnr Kong ear fancy new track Be Also a choice line ol tieeiis- 0inli ill Oesna Laa jMitiitoes ami smts iter until A Japam so As it is says a Mianrhai letter in the stulent living in Brook mrs sales No mixed trick 30ic do made lyn his hail some curious news eevwry kiml can bv Ixmbt at JACKSON slIITH WJIV Ufrom New York Sun eases of the deadly dark 30c -No mixed track 30c stUrf Ins home in Nikko It appears that his disease are Iattif Market teady7S Uooil shippers mce UiailH P lowest iiriees Kr 5 appearing in all the neigh- KW 4J0 rood choice its P nnirrre BulM now D has won the first prize in a niisil o boring country places and it is appar um fiwfta 60 cvimmoii fi 4S fair to medi- Â¬ WminJlnnnnnnnJWln n in i250 Fai to ooit lottery and by so doing- has ent that victims f the plague may lie ly the v 1IHIH sent abroad to travel for ko vears lUfht HiOto Ji common md laree found at any time in Uimm U A with a handsome allowance which is porta that have closeMianrhai or other urimitT Among Oatava uii in i tower connection with shippers none seieci buuher MTU i7b 11 paid him every three months by iiong Kong ir r of to pood pa kerg fair to KOud lig one of the most substantial banks in - n hether it be v In regard to the origin of the disease WMJ s common and rouph HOO imal is much aa avj permanent than lapan If ha returns to lapan for there is no question sheep that the present and weak am LiMaa Sheepto Market slow Kxtia tZSV nood Thi f a dow- - more than one month in each year he choice PhMrne appeared in severe form in common Tto fair forfeits the allowance and it is also i unnan last lorkmowu to winter It has been known st wuk Kxtra 1350 a to stipulated that at least half of the time there fur several seasons that is not faded orent It was car- ciionv iJ75ii340 rommon to fair spent abroad must be in the the B1I IU1HHI tvarious ried to Canton in March by traders 11 Wheat- - No i red spot and AtoberMj Take the countries In Europe The second prize The disease is not a new onj as it lias Mc December OiJOsjc May 6H81c was five years travel and the ilus- third appeared from time to time in Persia steamer No red S9c n If exposed but am ment to prize one years travel on the same al and Arabia K tween taSnad 187a The Iohn -- Mixed spoi and October M c fumes the purple tint i lowanee but the conditions were that latter year was V bid memorable lK eausethe Main St Near KC Dei t diately takes its flight and in the all the time must be spent in Europe Oats -- No J StSfe Cs plague reached Enron It broke out uiunj uo x cJ wiiite westcii 31 i31c No S c wall flower the yellow shines as 1 his certainly is the most unique lot- Â¬ then in Astrakhan but the Russian RTI No i ilc S all the brightly as ever after all other colors tery on record and the most comgovernment suppressed it by prompt WHAT DOES IT MEAN NW YOBK Oct CO have mendable Rte Western 4J57c measures Babley Western SQCSa No Ifilwaukes China has not leen visited by a great fS inia Morj um to lVort That nlmala plague for many years but there is S0ilc Wheat No S red store iod elevaror an ffffaauia GREAT MEN AT PLAY W tram gooa authority for the statement that tolic afloat S7c In th m ie I ctin- ceaaj-7c No i me piague which ravaged Europe in rwleil red SOLID VESTI3ULEO TRAINS Abraham Lincoln Took Great Nther In Oelifht lvil Tin lis hi uuh iinwr the fourteenth century broke out in Oava Nou iwx- eicvauir 6fic afloat Studyina rta Tai irlrMSVTfcj Dkrtionary Leave VCnriTr unucr tin- caves uf an ld farm- iHc No t white 3Rc Parents houso Lr The majority of the worlds great China and tinere Uiv roarel a small J Bltr men have been very The medical returns from r mlet white do K nilyAmong the Bseaa- - loved boyish sport healthy boys who show that the present Hong Kong 38e1rhite ate SV JDU I is the true and wholesome ex Â¬ f th- - farmers household v W C RINEA7SOY lolKDI o Oct iO iZVvl ercise and yet by no mean were their plague Ail the symptoms are those Ilindie the best STOVKS in the world Wheat wreSM bec rue a lMaMaCauaatlo Pun ail ideas of pleasure bounded bv a days descrilwd by medical experts who have Bie Ifav No I No cash ney nave various sizes su les and makes Asvivc ISm 3 rtd caili latthej aed to hop Arr ic No I at low Rjpmes seen the disease ragtag among Moslem white fashMo fishing gaant of football or holidays-a-the jiuiz i search of emmba round uurrn mmu UHtSCENT ROUTE the eat sst Ma tnl nl Orcein ber v fn example Abraham Lincoln who pilgrims to Mecca It is an acute fever 44c would he wait for tbem and several Oats No 3 vrh and Wars as jrreat a reputation fornfaysiaaj accompanied by evidences of blood poi V C loVEKSICED liit of catcfaina the c D BKRCVW G V A h ana Cctooer f6iS Fb- somng The -- lands of the armpit and th as tall broad shouldered Si adult birds When the fanner notieed the groin swell up and abscesses and runrj Si George Washington ie punished the cat ami she Unal- ugh Lint lu when a boy cordially hated carbuncles frequently appear there are Cattle Prime it wnsdangeronatofaol Thus the farm nork and yet faithfully ac-Â¬ hemorrhages under the skin and from rood butchers S3 rt tMs with the u reus MS fair 11a complished his share of it I xiking for some of the organs The strength of UL llous h v wrens pW Vork the the patient eoaaa iarrr ward every day to SHACKELFORD SOUTHERN MAGAZINE GENTRY keep s fell out of the nest oe his books When a twilfehi hour with hours the disease is away and in a few ers anil in Yorker the last of the rough often fatal siotic all nes anl ctiU f 10 iti Ik to run and if his stays an 4iwir7v m Why the dilaeaae ezeitee so mneh me chores were done tall sal afford to as a brokaa grale IS NOT SATISFIED bra- eUnylayh ithegmaa ror is iiet aus there have been few on- - fc su tm -- - at heea hK your coal llirou li into the ashes an ai I with beiaa -- he best vommon aov a new one and nan aap-yr r prtunities for carefully studyinir it yearlin JnnilllnT magazine ever pub lished in the South r Imt sH minff to Veal ine uiissiari Ux tors who studied the 14lTea r the lesson tanght CV her vrhssj Rrvmy rv m thoro8hlv the whoie bi astrakhan came to the eon- field he helpless little tUinir Cattle --- stoek bulla eoOV 11 CTBaniO eiusiou mat it was propag ated by mi- U ii it daintUv YOUR ROOF LHAKS 2 o 000 feet of pirs 4SV34i inngwith her crobes Had then by down lumber and fencim To do this iu una uAou jiii mofllums ai A tani and Watchedjrt One physician at Boas Konr - 1113 K ai uarrxr coai vard to attrib esoa rousrha tD0O4 atacn tao am y there came a blade old at once tjeen reuced to sheep ad Lambs Fi tta spread to a purely and Jl TO You must liae it vegetable snake toward the flut- lllllri or t new riMirt iholce i poison which arises from the Kusas T ung j he eat waa dozii 8S0ta can do proves fatal first to the small earth and 400 exportchoioe 13 4 at rilht and fiv vrvnr iuni tvlO ir domestic o- mt animals which are nearest to tho wethers J8S5 irroand Whatever be the cause it is October ler paw Tni T niMew certain that the rat which so frequent S2W sprlny patent Fo ASSGNLE the Maeaaoe will continw number to no ly burrows in the ground was the first Whost uiiu lo tntt B fir- victim of the plague in both Canton inai GUNS AND AMMUNITION 03T IN QUANTITY rare RCTiiAa yellow 60c No and Hong Kong - y lYWUI Wsrds ti Praise it BneiiB Thousands were I shelter sna ani found dead before stngk human be Ilalhn TIH - Daney 03c No 3 514a ing was attacked Then cats a anl Roxes sri RUTTera flnl Hnll inc lined made uunin men ana women to or ler W is rv a wy mat the plane was spread sheets 4 50 g 5 4U co ta- by the Chinese eating rats is not very STE OF FISH LIFE SIRRAH WAS FAITHFUL r 1 Â¬ N w lrnt 1 1 Come to Us and We Can M Satisfy You Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v - 1 Â¬ Â¬ i 1L i 2r ez co Â¬ 1 the BLUE GRASS HERD 1 Â¬ Â¬ IP jeel m I m I Â¬ i I BRONAUGH Crab Orchard MUCK CEITUl Il I 11 Â¬ BLUE Â¬ f flf-te-- Â¬ fr Â¬ Â¬ ls f k In Poor Health vVr- NEW HARDWARECf lot I Â¬ i i I V i lrt Â¬ THOS H KHRR Browns Â¬ Â¬ Iron Bitters TAYLOR BROS - i It Cures The New Hardware Fira ookiv TIi fr Â¬ Â¬ l i 1 YELLOW THYLOR BROTHERS f V VV v PINE Â¬ FLOORING AND r1 1 I nJTJTJTlJ-lnjTjTj-irlj1- r- i 5i CEILING i -- -- M sii FARLEY BROS1 the oldest rirl Sfcj house-to-bonm- Drs K n i - Â¬ And - sti 1 V - fc A Vi I Cheaper Than Ever iu W Â¬ n A E CARSE mr r 3- jELKHORN ROUTE v -- b- - i - ii Stoves GRATES -- OTCiM 1 -- W i A 3hackelford 1 Gentry - rt 5c - num -- ji -- - Â¬ I t-- J II -- LUmULi FOR SALE 1 UDrD lira n n stmzimmo 1J Jlrfe x- wi - 7i i Â¬ 150 iwihh svv a Year sn N- Â¬ WORMS mmw W vhv W iui AURAHAM Msnj fn ventun r aata lium would inc ad-- iTf UnOL rt nis - AAirSElIE fT r - 11110 trie door- - war tngof in- rats may have aided in the of the disease but the was brought from Tunaau by inf car of traders ami i aud lieavv - ekinsr A GJ link f sssasaae fcSO lamb good flUeep Soo OK HARDWARE MKRV nut - Youna too as had used became u if ion Ti nt also belsc tilo s ir- - r W K Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair rticneit Award SSttFOIUHISTill I v- VERMIFUGE fMOAVaans -- Mui mw Our circulatit mcteaed tm are alter th lor sample co Km I4M1 -nil n - KH KAaasai umi mtmim IB BVMMm - rrvedios SOUTISEI MIS i un D G J Y