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BSMmmTKsss5W8 iK Vai 5 --- j T5 ---- L VIII BKTOY - VOLUME t Th RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER I i and II 7 Pm 1 Fski 6 NUMBER 22 1894 I fcr US Govt Report PROFESSIONAL COLUMN S3TTAL StTEOSSY MCTOEY OTEK TAIN The Ficture of the New Life as It is AnticipaU d lliry le take hold of the pincers and tear j st mi torture and drop t hick wine ur hearts like red is quiver an ice pitcher but ne wrot iiiJ when be aid Am e waters to a thir tr OuL vi is i ie -- per The - free of rs4 ince i Highest of all in Leavening Power t Ix - MORGAN ft YATES Ian- - rr K Will tr No T rnt there in I tx r and and n I 11 rami iiy II r T ItoWtU vr l tiirn- - ind and round v Kkn and d e have stop lamberiDy among tho Oreen ramm tains I was tired and hot and thirsty and I snail not forget how a while 1 heani it was u aomntain I had no cup m so 1 Lrot down on v drink Oh veelitnhers on the journey -- ntry Born county was greatly ie rain was k was fooling with a pistol at Wortli- - II r kv and Tei era arc up in i breed- - WKIIY van W BUR1 Kl N being N f over B i b hpn m c IK A WILKES PMITH HGEOX of terri not attcsitets - POWELL N leaven could If I r - in K A XV EL SHACKELFOKD I T LAW Ki- s w PHEX D PARRISH Ham liiid IF log the breed liven the rumblinj of sapphire brookh ainid jlld the importance of Thk Loui rville t e heavenly flowc ilen shell tion in Pus- ia the men the lamb which is iu the 1111111- In that midst of the throne shall lead them their plan I am h Ih viiiLr fountains of water not To iii a chalice e- me to Mt Car- Nkaklt and yoa most bend Getuownon I count of their faith k if ire empty and mat irink there and you slices and on your Miiilu in are very low At out of this great fountain of iver No snrrner have the TO No And lo heard I re now from Heaven as the voice of many wav if to Pit W T McKiHLir of Spottsville rever ha0 Daviesi was thrown from 1 Sin POOR PAINTERS other staining a Would be hailed with a thai p Whole ome if fie Xrry Arliit Vre shock to Vrrr iaii Flo teart rics have iieeii hrj Niai i in circulation in Europe an this conn a the ivil- them No to whicb the artist Muri tn Iirai Icacsy is on me rargMl edtje ol neath the It is of metal ei TV r fully cial tram Kterior i have ikacsv ever since he made of irold of smfering hit with iiis Christ Before Pilal arm- - with ma Pes for which Mr John Waoamaker r unpen ince one hundred thousand dollars svitb pain Pain i been a hijrh roller ainontr th j amis But no one who knows John of oar time town hiin- - ty for a it he lias siuj ed in n do tin sC liiniiriifiil a polished wooden Foj sof his impecuniusity y their Ti Ptifraif fcla ac the I m- fliAiaisroN S C No vital Copartners of a ion of ti is now ih this city ie al or not a constitutional con- lild meiry up n t us Powder ABSOLUTELY jsgga PURE troi Anna in New York Ir STOVES Baking DoYou Need Stoves TH1 BC Latest at every irstep fevered tcnipes Ii - her prostitution 1 11 STOVE OR A ORATE n met i 1 YOUNG BUT A WISE 03SERVER V hat a Little Kren ti Cilrl Sam at a Ball t iiniiw Her 1 tael elbow hile I on the window sill one sup- ti-r -- aiven Satis a heat STOTS - ri e and the fall of music and the sound of lai pink the iiirht It wa rf irl a r are for ia ive a lit r dio ire Brie Av Bnrtha Q L mnrmi V t i hell V in to this arjrument the such in fact tc the far south ed with a vith the picture d iiu - zarre in In- tniiiL old of Ml lutation him A when he ftrst and who jre i altar ancholy ii u f that mel race his work- by ex fa T - ci manites are in favor of the conven the avowed ol is to anic law - as t th Negro This is to comp an liinationai qualification which will franchise away from OtiO voters in the state Vnl YUiti Zaeliarin House The Daily News Ioviov Nov ti Well and ri only t no - it not t CLAUDE SMITH r mnil CO iiere ipid bay up till 1 And is it a W - L i - And is it refused s - to dead S3 SHOE Douclas the 15 NO SiiUE- aesT - n St leter- Ux and I - are 5 CORDOVAN 1 A 11 did not c Tti r and i A SULLIVAX ii - The nntil the mo bal- - as from e IV111 the nicr CI AS IIOOK1 but I 1 tun Wane tlnii Ituriit Loxihis Nov 5 from Tien Tsin ay ag was ilirn Ilese Gen iten has collapsed remnant of his army il r m the TWO SIDES TO THE QUESTION t the Ii I ten Spv Vaa can larr monev trr f re to Both HaI and a In A ir own pr 1 oyanoy in Snow has fallen Mai In Memory of Oliier V Hiiriini Mem-101 is ii 11 zz 7 iisclf d- ll JOHN M ER a ns I At He of ir- - tile y of Hon its Park I I of Fontem Herat of his life uid ihcrc- - the death of Oliver John W M P Mor GomettHouseSolcon - want n DR - SMI IltYSH AS CC Hi M - i do the same There are Home other French who come to this country with who are in effect metely hucl icrs s ho pose as th i 11 j 1 N oil subject of ht Mr an on the Munler Foiiii Worth 1 Tex Nov r he a bows cha rmin- t - Sunday r dr i IAYIni link IK ped for as if hey wen n es aie paid by the dealers They work under orders from the stipulated sum id id receive work Win lever there is y r into the d alers pouch a ceu in the This is a i - Iv Ham Coal Km Pejrue Ki av id II ig Trenton n as - Pure Whiskies Brandies - Wines c ancis Van at r - hus- - vet lie id a hard time 01 uiity being I vilie mnty liams Gainesville nie ash Ms and Mrs V N fouisv of their wedding TD Si So is man ei revolt N W Dor bin IAihiisidKi II ink ah Wm - J I AMI BA1 ill M n isle mania A Alien eountv KEIATIIIST M K a id Further r on of tin 1 aies the then acera sabre m rty us KENTUCKY and one of the most prom ly and nrofeatuonaUy in this Win ed Sunday morning from county Hmhimax of apoplexy Wil- Â¬ an- a I cashier Nov 5 F of the Wood eountv a it iit - eel and curve and find that they fit perfecth ate He ly nods t hem right ur1 in s Alir MINKS IwH lleuse Salua j ou Ni SO II I TKAINS CINCINNA1 1AI STATE NEWS Wis iiesiii IKineer one 5 n - rai im Sunda DR H II GIBSON live in an unhea K i m PR i and fifth - ran r DR Rev M A H STEWART i A I iV SCKGEOX and h Re ibont V4- and Pa in o3 - DR O A KENNEDY OX K Bnt Lazarns each monl p m nd r on ouu P John- - PUYSICIAS ATDwale Floyd county lives Fncle novvR is o have a new town hall Jimmic Click ared IM years He has Win mini ma of every lived under the administration Mi am laundry il t ent this country has had aaving at Hopkinsville under the puncarria Cham pi in llrent a norn iu the second year of Wash- e cavalry horse the bu ii years old iijrtonl tirst term lie is an anient imp fivers the thrnachiiier when rat shivered En his right hand v it MAJ Ciint McCUkXTT formerly of into one smote Add it up ori jiell the Louisville clearing house is was fearfully ved in the confederate army as a torn utin per of CoL Breekim ui tiii it into under it in line groan lockjaw and amputation will lie neces- Â¬ li ter on w ith the famous Orpau brig- sary world has writhed in postmaster was a Tiik follow in tiS- Why doubt th Tnr reported lynching of Eddie Mar pointei ran Tur world of suffering tin in Crittenden county is not ner ted lioyil county vice laieo ores that have med kers A deserter from in this C W Howmax i the new postmaster A rs will be coming ovei at titiio Fleininsr county jHiinted ie fortress F has been appointed SiKivua That postmaster at Uurika Robertson eonn- and explu -Â¬ 8 aire manufacturer and business man one of the cousin died Sunday morning of heart disease acd eo years vk Wis Nov Lncina an but they little V now made to fit 1 r tan the other and they are not placed exactly alike on the bead V There r just CONDENSED NEWS llittliereil I roril All Part by law of us alike on BY that are per- - vi e The w telephone company las been organixed at Brazil Ind Near Nava oto Tex a smal tore down manv houses and Killed Mrs en eland O densand man for every train Thismaies ail man conductor and troiieyman 011 TTter of Hie Country h COURTEOUS A INTUITION the same very little incident will show the natural trend Cm lie Would Throw Away the Snuff All nature An ol train er Dorsett a Regro living in ory mountain township N 1 a head which mea urce 33 inches in cir- Â¬ cumference Ex Postmaster G A Biedler of homa ritv- - waaarretd on four inuet embezzlement and perjury anu gave bond to the amount of s London new papers Sunday printed a Yohohoma dispatch saying that lien Oyama has captured Talien ma Kinehow after a few houru and Mrs IT an in B of lrx iyn Monday afternoon a ranch for the tampion ship of the Unit Â¬ ed Mates a r only one fatality has resulted from the disaster in Tern 11 Tex Mrs I ltiehardson died Six others are in ndition and it ia thoue ht ail will tlie The New York wheelmen Martins starbuck won the tandem race at Koine Sunday in the ten competing iaev covered fifty kilo in one hour and tea minute- tenary M B church in wa- the village of Emerald Mrs W 1 RevL i ij or DR C Kv irual K I 1 BALI HGEOX i h for i pa la and Sundav Wti PHY8H IAX s as No grief misery I torture tribulation pain ooo worth of diamonds the im A tiikkt of plenty of from the residence of S O Harris at iathrie is reported rer their Tbk new sawmill Imat at the Gate annoyance C ty is Bearing completion At coKiHMi to the ceiibiis statistics of biterness en in a bulletin 65 per cent of the farms in Kentucky are ow ned aron by persons w ho cultivate them and of iy- - of FATAL FIRE Diy Six Firemen Hurt Two Proba- - raiaiiy tt av a tt Saturda Rev - A E AULTZM PHYSICIAN AXD r Kt v - Win Satur Rupard StttGl k i 18- - rM Dui t Sat rfcWStt Han r 1 11 Sunday and prece Second Saturday and Rt v R L Pai tor Rev Campfca an Pastor R inday and preceding Saturday afar JPLES OF CHK Fat Wood undav y Third Sundar and pre Pastor - C Waldeii w tiaraineand preceding - V BLACKSMJTHING I of every hospital for every siek room for miit every life loner invalid for every broken There shall be no more pain Thank tiod aDd and walk malarias float in the air No tnnat d foot it street No will arm No painful perspiration Wa re place Bail flush No one can drink of aeh other full in the face f faint- antaiu an lie a or faint headed m or wain s that pavement and DOth t summer itiou in our appearance or OB time air will lake the wrink Amid the multitude of and n eased throat K away know it i the arrai of the throne vvil line and in Hemven where they who were uepai iiiir hpiiit- fir see the lame man leaps blind the dum1 of infini awfal to - oiui l IW Further the wV be no pain Ter cent are free of incum- Â¬ The debt on farms brance r 40 Tier cent of their value with f the nomes interest at 32 Der cent are owned and of these Xs Ey Falling Walls of the Louisville Singer Manufacturing Co Building The Low by tire anrt WnteT Will Amount to liotit - on TilvMieil Aniooc the r IindMilrr to Avenue I lu Other- auy lleture Mure anil men were and aftei business which took him the f ir a stvial ehat In the midst of this unff box he took out an I a pinch of the mixture and offered the Ihjx ir turn to each one pre ent ted in surprise of one v his face as he declined the pro luxury says the Detroit Free i smiled br Kxciisc me but the third took a pinch and held it in his thumb and finhis ger while the old man ring in every line of his shrewd old face his appreciation of the snuff taker and soon after he took hij -Â¬ 1 A r -- m THE CORNER SALOON ier ol F J mm departure if j men were hurt two pro oably fatally a Bre thatong- by falling wal inated in the store of the Singer M Iottsviiii Ky ix fire What one of the Throw not lows factoring day afternoon jJ3 Qfc 553 Fourth street sun I j Ther names are Valentine Riehi 11 ill you do with it asked group it away waefhe reply hut going to hurt the poor felke a t with an pitch It i s ruti it makes yon his friend thenceforth forever How do vou know I have intuitions was the quiet answer v Â¬ lei 1 -- Ol Fresh beer spoonful to tr c or i nd it at tle gaad Thar to vour iiou e te John Nicriion will wait on br JBLawlswts i truck No 3 head crushed may Th- - Horse- x Meimo y iOu with pleasure L 47 die v t -- or st no arc ne had hi be is p - unci u fen p James Mannix pipeman engine No 3 left leg broken and internally injured may die ladderman truck No 2 lip arm and shoulder badly br John Morten eaptain engine No 1 T WILSON Prop Bday - Rev David II Moore of the Western i iUjuuii hristian ad Ad- - f the 111 KNOWLEDGE from I John Cline pipe brail ie No 3 Â¬ sermon a ot and instantly killed by Ii keener at liarton al mining town two vler had gone south of on rrest Hop lment has ac- oited to the reqr wo exiled fH rmir iad Iini iiitn on it port to close their personal Ky ai- - lav 1 and prece fouith Sun- - make outcry is anl of It OB am prepare in say line an am iind prec Hagcrma ni rd io SunJai Pa a a HIKES but the that in A t R cbtnond Fidcr W and at 70 rraver meeting LH R ruiro at II hool at 930 am Pi UOIWK BHOBIXCi put SPCCI the sc MI l ilk row that taL No more pain Sure enough here - Rohert Hall whe never before saw a well day and Edward rn of who hard Baxter physical the The mt to till ike No Mie Brings comfort and improvement and inal enjoyment when ly used The many who li an others and enjoy life more with expenditure hy more imimptly np the worlds best products to J being will attest lue to health of the pure liquid iplcs embraced in the rup of F ite to its preset - nore Tyson a sisuit chief slightly injn by fire and water amount to Singer M Avenue th to pr it two and look very i lad in iviiom the butcher did not know ey came nearer the horse became mure excited and rea rd them as far as the strap by he was hife f the ladiei old horse and went up JOB PRINTING AT- - der the re and had a until four barn her pet Nincident need doubt that horse memories and aJFection well who tr 1 THE CLIMAX OFFICE nof a St tenants J i Mothers Loi is lltel Fin M vronCer A Will rve engaged Sunday e of the e physicians are deaf Friends Wakes GUILD BIRTH second Sundat econd Sun Saturday pi aaabtaa P -- inc a to hurt them trown n or 11 them or All well athc atil val of til imta nun tasij V M ENGLISH 1 ters none eoel Not Irvonti I Tea ti a La iseJ ord the Kid- - iv a ni tniMi Five - k- re and urnion tenins er ice and winter dm t 11 o e if af Ladie S10QDQ TO LOAN him wl on a inier out of th tor a li- the i 3 VOLUME - m RICHMOND YICTOfiY OTEK PAIN The- I Eg i - A 11 1 Hi vS 7 J Wej Latest VIII issctqsy KT MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER s at me hold of the pincers ami tear it out by the roots nntil I ers quiver ind drop wine like red own ami then trouble -- 1894 in rw hor Report NUMBER 22 v PROFESSIONAL COLUMN SSVTAL SUE03ST Picture of the New Life as Anticipated It is iek in an ice pitcher but ne wrote A eo ie did when he said waters to a thirsty s mi so is per cent The debt oa Boyd connty wai in mee with MORGAN ft YATES in an- There Will te 1 and in the Ktri iial ity Dr 1 it 1 No Pa ill The i I here St rimm vv rausc wc On mi imbering amon the Oreen moun tains I was tired unit hot ami thirsty and shall not forget how a while I heard it was u mountain 1 i Car country Ils li KV r who t ttorth- an reed- and IV Tain KT nave m I our rstep WKUY W BURGIN i IF V when In Unit land pings an then but only Mr- - in Ii i A WILKES of terril mir No sleep -- MI y TH v Kin in asking ol tue Whole S rvver i M - AXTtaanm M - POWELL could w bat j i No r M - r - LAW on l Vill j W R SHACKELFORD Mil li in is shall the rule drink yeelimbenoa tiie journey irs are up in with eat feet ana parched tonjrues end fevered temples libtening t irj tl umbiinff of sapphire brooki amid jndgi Tin flowered banks over golden lamb which is in the men midst of the throne shrill lead them their plan r olish- I do livinjr fountains of water and in a chaliee io Nearly all eini Mt ar- the iu mast bend iettiowaan j our knee- - ami oil your face ana drink nel are empty and mat are very low At of this jrreat fountain of snrr D er have And lo consolation heard a ire nw from Heaven as the voice of many va- - vein- Da W T Mi Kim y of Spottsville David was thrown from POOR PAINTERS sustaining a ii that resnlted in Soliio of the Vrry rMtest ArtiHtd Vrc VrrT Hfl Financier reach nave been li ira Ni vi I in circulation in Enropeaad this coun- to which the artist Man- - home uu - mith a fa h the kacsy is on tue r iir r fully rty hours Nannkacsy ever since he mada a jr crushed that hi of sutfer rip iiit with liis Chri Pes Uich Mr John Wanamaker since one lnin tsand dollars been a high roller amoner th John if inr time Hut no one who k him tv smip- ii do tli e mournful Ins uapecuni Fie Oh 1 got own nn m vm the importance of tion in Iiis in the aw - Highcst of all Leavening Power US Govt STOVES DoYou Need Stoves thf corn m ABOLUTECV PURE Ann bk her eholas II I am a j tm but my belief in the S titiui From not me to per- n ac on six weeks airo count of their faith Tins remark if s in tents YOUNG BUT A WISE OSSERVER or genera of the holy si What a Litilr Prc nrh lirl San at a Ball if to nm Her sunn a developmei Â¬ STOVE 08 A ORATE In fact Tovmv has rain i isi n t IM U my sup- - Nov i riter Times ii the czar j ii to Lrrad It is of metal of gold bearinjj arm- - with ma rterior - eovi red New Yii the lawn she could hear the rise and f laughter fall f music and tlpink fr m t the ni rfirl I Given Satis a heat I jT3 a r I did It was placed I led with down cd in I Because the mnrmo A ire ainu- - Brkk Ecartis C - Ori - IlIKN D PARRIS i niii ii iM the partners of a ffTCat 1 is now ih t ry npoa t res a plansi if 11- - Ciiaiiisto DtefffaaehiM Uw St r ilurjtieil vital viicn tue worul in bel or not a constitut is to the organic law s as i Xegro This is to neationa on h hieh will also taki the 100- voters in the st t VUii- - Zii h inn Iln r i A an i argument l he such in fact to Mn old of I M i u who when he iu tat ion ami wlio ye inhim lie lions share of of his work- 1 Wi CLAUDE SMITH rhere iy up till at altar me aineii aneholy ii andronnd with noi And is it m 5 CO liH - A ci - XKJ contrai W QeJ S nd - under did not c Nov Ola5aar isthebcst Va WilUL riOSliKi 5 CORDOVAN L Douolas - - Tin twee is been St in and - are oner and tne murder rni g the n diow- mi i SULLIVAN it - m v j - - 1 TWO SIDES TO THE QUESTION t It Ear la I llnl h the TiM VI t tin Wans Nnv u Tien i- Chin Ittirneil i T- - to the Va It is i mier mt can HTe p aeaa MASS of HAS HOOK but i li slai rs They ure- - Ii t II un the remnant of his army and Liaoyanoy iu Ila is ii ns In A 11 Winter has JOHN M lM j ier himself At d In Memory of oliwr 1 N In POUS lirHi 7acs rssncaur s i than imom a third of - the n rts larl the r i ii the pains of lie broke away from if- - of hi- iliere- - Mor i undoubtedly p It ton I Hon - John i Gamett House Saloon- Id W 1 Sunday nisrht Mr want rest I It rat SMITH DR C fUYSH IAS SI 5 -- I V do the same Tiler are some other French a who i on e to this eountry with cielv Imvc are in til iiiers s hi f a on t of the at Ier in T - Sot -- 5k- - liows t i - in i TAVidi Kr S hink work No man for in hey were actors or sil paid by I h ii - inateii Pure Whiskies Brandies Wines c Il- ii fOi liam Coal Km Pejrue Kei David H oiarcns I Van baud Le lines- - Whatever s p ueh there if a is v r llamhlin ton Crafton liams nie ash Jasper Ms ami Mm W N Louisville celebrated if lynched unty 1111 t ii him The officers had a hard time tiie guilty op being T 1 of the de wish uis revolt art and 1aikkisjii W I lank i i a h er Wm Va J - I ASHBAUGHM BOMtEFATiUSTi - I a uty Win lurbin cashier of the Wood county and one of the most prominent nd proiescd - leni Sot T o F OTl in sweep and curve and find that they fit perfect ir JUNKS s iaruU llnuse Saleaa an M V i am Further r r t ion of thx Haiihvx ill nine- Mir of an- - KENTUCKY sabre STATE NEWS out tiieir v xy Wisconsin Iinuispr GeaWk Nov 5k SB Wis this fiuds t iiem rijrh iiir from But the bows are not alike in now r tlian and yon SOLID TUA1NS lA vi IE but they little to fit ra t r DR H R GIBSON an unhe K eils and and those ander the runes -- econd ami fifth Bounty lives Fnele At D wall DOVKB is t Jiminie Click aged Kst years Ue has Wnult playing wi1 lived under the administration of every chine at Metcalfs steam president this country lias had ha Champiin at Ii born iu the second year of Wash- Â¬ ma laundry llrent a yht in it naire manufacturer and business man one of the eai of Wisconsin diel Sunday morning of heuil disease aged SO years not There r he head Y -- it are per- - imp fevers shivered the line ini- the frosts ington t hrst term He is an anient 1 DR A H STEWART IllYSK I IV Hi ue ri it in one sli it into BOV it out in one groan distill M Clint McClabty formerly of the Louisville elearing honse is rved in the confederate army as a under CoL Braekinridge and on with the famous Orpau hrig- 1 rat Pastor Kt v ami V4- lout - irid has writhed in Wliy doubt t he pos- world of thai hav i ii it reported lynching of Eddie Mar tin at this a u erter from in Crittenden county con Sinned C W lJowMAv is the n is not yet hi ev L P v 0 A KENNEDY Rut Lazarus - pointed back to tli- fortress That place is a pe having it shades Sikwakt has been appointed postmaster at lluriKa Robertson count1 tiio Flciuinsr ei unty astir tliiilu r il From All Part of the Country and before it c br Tsma fe was A new telepl amy has torn it Brazil Ind fcr of lockjaw and amputation will le necea Near Navasoto Tex a small t sary tore down many huu- es and killed Mrs Â¬ Tiik follow mr postmaster was ap Flippen Tur- Â¬ point i eland O demands a trollcyman ner Fed Floyd county vice Caieii for every train This makes a n Vkers man conductor and trolley man on A Ill be train 1 nachinerv hiud v in motion when CONDENSED NEWS just alike on lioth aid BY COURTEOUS INTUITION y- A B DR C - BALI RfEOX ii-i- n for po aa annoyance their grief They h bittei iiiisery mi twi L Am- - A E AI LTZM ptlYSH I- - SURGEON Kk18-- ess sounu e Further the will he no nun of every nospuai ior every sick iotb All these associations must every life long invalid for every hruken ng There shall U no more pain We elan bands heart e break up torture ir ii rd Sat one place mi time Man V nd other full Wewii nip-- or in the face Thank God Thank Bod So malarias float in the ir Xo t No re will braised foot tn No rainful perspiration Bab- - X one can drink of antain and keep faint- lie whose faint headed -- worth of diam from the residence of S O Harris at Guthrie is reported 1iik new sawmill loat at the Gate City is n earing completion Ai coKiMM to the census statistics of per cent itn iu a bulletin of the farms in Kentucky are owned In persons who cultivate them and of these y per cent are free of incumbrance The debt on farms r 40 per cent of their value with Of the homes interest a32 per cent are owned and of tl A tiikft of 81000 FATAL FIRE Six Firemen Hurt Diy Cy Two Proba- - i aiaiiy i Â¬ of the Louisville Sinsrer Manufacrurinsr Co Building Falling Walls a head which measure 33 inches incir- eu inference Ex Postmaster 6 A Biedler of styw arrested on four ha ts for embezslement and perjury and gave bond to the amount of London new papers s unday vin printed a Yohohoma d that Gen van a has captared 1 Wan and Kinchow after a few hours S-- iry mountain tov nship N C has ier Porsett a Segro livinjr in The Los hr Klre and Writer Will Amount ooo TiimiI Aiimnc the to ixuit aanae Awuu lheater Iiml- a licturti store 111 J Others - x fire LovisvnlE Ivv N ibably fatally men were tire thai by falling wall inated in the store of the Singer Manu th street Sun facturing day afternoon Their names are Valentine- - Eiehl captain truck No 3 head crushed may die lames Mannix pipeman enp i 3 left leg broken and internally I fighting Mrs J Bat Ue Would Throw ewSB the Snuff AI the Same A very little iacil show the natural trend 1 an nature An old So where some young men were con- and aft s which took hin -- cial ehat In he miilst of this it an old- a pinch of the mixture and offered the box ir turn to each one present The surprise of one a ined the pro his f luxury says the Detroit Free her smiled broadly as he said iSxcaae me but the third took a pinch and held it in his thumb and fin vhile the old man replaced his box in every line of his shrewd old face his appreciation of the snutr taker and soon after he took biu EO -- PT M TIF CORNER SALOON Showalter and Mrs If of Urooklyn began in B unlay afternoon a mitch for the Be lamoionship of the Lnit- W tea departure T day ami no ir appearance or on but God knows thai it i summer -- - in - - - he the k turday day JPLES Ol make ready for our danartil now it is the last time and prr- - i take ns awav kn mie and in Heaven v it Fiat Wood Third Stinda W vful to - st who were lame man leaps tiie duml of infinite delight we en i wrinkles from th Amid tlie multitude of one diseased throat of the throne will Bbt I sjk I f rf B ie 2 up arm and lohti Morten an truek a No si far only one fataitv has resulted Mrs from the disaster in 1 i iin died are in condition and it is thought ail will die New-- York wheelmen Martins m race at starbuck won uiiday in tne ten competing es They cove aour and ten BBia B ry M E church in The new re of Emerald was cited Sun it David EL Moore of the Western Christian Ad- Â¬ i vocate of inciiinatl the ion 11 What will vou do with it asked one of the group Throw it away wan the reply bnt I was pt y xir fel ake a tows fee It with an Fresh leer pinch It hi like his friend thence riv- - it forth forei poonii How do yon kn iiar or i I have intuitions was the quiet to vour hon e IIor 1 i car Ti hivxrl Slrmc V r ou with pleasure L m T WILSON Prop f sundai and preceding i Hardue no and prece E BLACKSMiTHING I am iirci in n rlc - - the littie he is g r and of you in a ie in KNOWLEDGE Prints comfort and improvement otial enjoyment The many who li nd enjoy life more with re by more pmmptly ts ti In ing will nnd when ine pipe bruised about J V body ilmoreTvsoiiissistaut chief slightby fire and a its hat Ian ly atuptwo m the butcher did not U ne nearer the horse became and reached for as far as ip by he was hiv to pr i JOB PRINTING AT- - - rn lutcry and to to it li Ul a coal mining is Hagcrmaii Sabba io- now HIM JIOI I have that Rein KUJer W F Smith Pk Richmond at II a m H -- A SIWC i lll and N a rau but the that in t even put that Sure No more pain uispital enough here is K l ert Hall who nev ami Edward er lie oO amount to Simrer Manufacture ly painli keener at town two miles ier han n THE CLIMAX OFFICE T a l an Mates ai Amei p overnraeut torn of i untold tlw the pure liquid embraced in the f fiootxh D E Avenue theater S -- to the request a has ac riited Th horse hat r for foil the until fur years before and had ai been her pet No ana who reach 1 other tenants Hotel II K Insurance ad Ijin memories and affection veil wonCera Wiii AlTV f 1raver meeting Wednesday eeiiin at I Nick are the N sake No mee s to drown A llence is due to its pree- - e f -M their p eians are inir and trulv 11 o Iwita irtive K iak Pon II tl 11 ntr low A Im fAL trial vi ot Irvimtl th n iCk iI Friend Hakes CHILD BIRTH L COLV1N L De A 11 r- - EISOX alSM TO LOUS 3 uini 1 oh mv on th if Curtt Anxioa to Kuovr mail ou and sermon at o 510000 - all drog- - a 10 a SH THE CLIMAX K t tKl i DNSSDAV BT The Climax Printing So u Flvnn in Estill county some four iwn and later sliit Cotton liarker se- t his man wounding him Hi- at Middletown thio last week and ere iiirn safely behind the liars at Irvine Tin hi STOCK 1 AMI FARJI PRICE PKB YKAli NOV floO T ay - being aagesaerit with the Lajeatiaa has army pi has There are 7000000 milch ows in Uie United States Squire C W Gentry-- showed us some jrreen apple that liave formed within the last few weeks They are about the size of green peas They grew on his place pike neir town on the Mackville Harrxlsburg Sayings now A w Titer in -- I AIVEHTXSZKG SATES taken Pi Tcbeag and the Chinese have lad The ny is attacking Knn Chow and bath Taelen Wan and lort Arthur Tin following revenue asijniments Ken Batch Bight I KLKCNON RETIRXS an exchange says that the way of destroying tea bean and grain weevils is by the use of bisulphide of carbon a Iad smelling volatile and highly inflammable substance will take a pound or teal to treat Have the grain or ea lieans etc in a tight bin mid but a quantity of the drug named in a shallow vessel UKn or near the grain then close the door and every other opening tightly leaving the grain thus exposed t the fumes of thedrugfor twenty four hours or more Never go neat it with a lamp or other light The Industrial Aineriaau a to uMiawT wbctiu ton of grain a eu s received a let- W illioitVLi- jii mi n or t rv tk W i 11111111ii ivfii nil iiiiAiri n friend of Nestoelen Killamook county I II PCM Kl it Oregon teqiiesting ine to give him a brief notice of Col William C P Breck- Â¬ SOTK inridge Some friend has sent him one All parties that an- guilty ol accusing of Col Breckinridges great speeches CONFECTIONERY I Ni PROCLAMATION and having innocent Parties anested for died TllANKxI LI also a beautiful photograph of the ColoKK K in this vecinity can go ahead at livadia Thursday afternoon al nel John Campbell and Alexander The President has issued the followk in the niorii- For a coi1 breakfact dinn Breckinridge the maternal and paternal with their Laa We iloiit Pic Pose to see ing per lor j cents call on ance tors of Col Breckinridge were na- innocent men Sailer for something we B the President of the Inited States of of the Highlands of Scotland and have done iftheydoit will he a heavy tives A proclamation Amei it emigrated to the north of Ireland near Punishment Set by - on tbeaccrm nBlSiar MRS The American people abooid gratefully il l MISKUY In MIWY KKK the done of the reign of Queen Elizabeth r thanksgiving and praise to the Let this stick or die NO 21 FIRST STREET about the year 1600 Here the Camp Supreme Kaler of the universe who has That is a pretty Howdy do and alKit sli lells continued to live for sixty ream ysiTs Pigs I watched over them with kindness and - iiir cow being until at length John Campbell with a though the organization Mackerel ml Herring hiring the year that has rope turn family of twelve children removed to the one hundred strong it wiM fad that the I i they should also with humility - hinui a but Al o Mince MfaL Apple law is one million strong lit Vernon Colony of Pennsylvania which a be-- and faith supplicate the Father of all It Kagle Mi 17JO and settled in Lancaster county mercies hr continued Ueaamaa accord wiiere was born Patrick Campbell the and IrieI Fiii ing to their aeeda and they should b Tor loiv of the late ander d HO the American ancestor of Col Breckin - of charity REASON A BLK PRIC seek the favor of the on Thursday lit an she know it was on the 10th of July 1090 In 7 night The remains have since been V anod and perfect gift lid le served as Constable and in 1730 John removed Therefore I rover Cleveland Presilook Campbell and three of his son- - Patrick dent of the Inited States do hereby apWin Every mother ahould know that croup among them removed from Pennsylva- Â¬ point and set apart Thursday the 29th rat nia to Augusta county Virginia Among can be prevented The irst aynnptooi ol day u Nemoer as a day of thanks the children of Patrick Campbell who true croup gi mg and prayer to be kept ami ohserv THAI ALTEKKH Till CASK settled in the vallev of Virginia was b a peculiar rough cough If Chamber bv all the people of the land 1 I reel Charles He became a prominent and Iains Cotiyh Ki as On that day let our work and business itor Kenaud the l oon as the child efficient pioneer of the Augusta valley even d let us meet in our ac folloa ing Charles Campbell married a daughter of afier rt wrship and give John Buchanan who figured in the civil vent the attack an 50 cent thank jhty iod for our preser W ork wars of Scotland and from this union for sale by W in jit ly and - Ma- Puwei vation m a nation for oar immunity the sprang Col Willi im Campbell the great sjantiimlrv V pestilence for the har- maternal grandfather of Col Breckinin the Countrv thal liave rewarded our husbandry v i hundred and liny Ii ridge who WM a conspicuous soldier in a prosperity and r ask the battle of Kings Mountain in I7u for very advance in virtue and intelli- liave a n Col Campbell was born in Augu ta that has marked our growl It iud Virginia in 174- and though reared in 1 PRICES NO HIGHER V people hned the I ti the remote frontier Mr Draper says he with our thanksgiving let us was enabled as an only son to secure the multi lrav liest education under the most leanuil plied unto us that our national cn teachers of that period David Robin w 1IKN to e may be quickened to a lietter n i ox iinl eon a line scholar having been among of the powar and goodness At the Experiment Station in ISOrt itnn tliey will stai i his instructors He acquired a correct I f corn were cut and that in our national life we S ptember 17 and knowledge of the English language an11 s and clser folww the 14 and i toher s and 15 respectively history and several path ol righteousll and allocked in the field An adjoining cient and in idem a And in our places of worship and piat of equal size was left standing until branches of mathematics near the clse OUT OF M wimim fashions of the vear 1770 Col Campbell marin the happy reunions December 17 when it is harvested The ried Elisabeth Henry sister of Patrick of kindred and friends on that day let corn from all plats was banked Decem nber nunc ko divine approval by gener ler 17 and brought in at which time Henry the great gator and statesman of ously rememU ring the poor and needy sample were taken of the com and fodder the Revolution Elisabeth Henrv was the grand mother of William C Preston ied this He wh has given comfort and from each cutting and analyzed The rs the Mth pioniv will look upon our relief of the yields of the dillerent plats ranged from the famous orator of Sooth Carolina and p the great grandmother of Col W He and the ministration of charity I3j to 04 bushels per acre increasing B whose mother was the youngest ex the work ofhearta trulv grateful anl gradually to the fourth date of cutting daughter of lraiicis Preston If iir page as prooigof tin- sincerity of BUCK EYE The largest amount of dry matter in our thanks not mistaken her name was Mophonislia i c lor and the stover was secured at the time of cut Preston born in Washington county He has Witness my hand and the seal of the ting the secoml plat September -- 4 p n The Virginia in 1803 Alexander BreckinUnited Slates which 1 bate caused to he greatest amount of dry matter secured in ridge the founder of the family in the CURES HOTHISS BJT PILES affixed Done at the city of the kernel was reacted at the time of dlc- Colony of Virginia was of Scotch birth Washington on the hrs lav of Novem Â¬ cutting the third plat Octhber iclv The and settled in the valley of Virginia with A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE liieir aro ber in the year of t Mir Lord eighteen highest aggregate of dry matter from an known for 15 years as the hundred and ninety four and of the la acre ol tmth stover and kernels was 5782 theCampbehn about the year l26or7 BEST REMEDY for PILES ria and Sear 1 Al- The descendants of Alexander Breck dependence of the Inited States the one poonua and was secured from the secoml fe SOLD BIT AII DK V GIsiT hundred and nineteenth cutting September 24 and the next high inridge are very numerous and an of any fashion tered over the Siuth and West The ilto KB Ci r EL Ml Are you insured est 0i pounds from third cutting Powell Turley The President of the Inited Stab above results indicate that the best time mention ofafewoftbem will be interJ esting Letitia Preston was the oldest W il Grkmum Secy of State for cutting corn according to these exiieri child of Col ear It is sld by all An elegant new Cnickering Piano lor John Preston who married menta is between Septeeaber Z4aad Octosale Apply at this oftice ilettes WASHINGTON C H KIOT li ber The loss resulting from leaving Elizabeth Patton had five chihln N Y them in their orde- r- Letitia married Dont com in the field until December amount iour insurance Powell Co Uolert Breckinridge of Augusta There will hardly be another mob that ed to nearly half Turley the total yield in weight 32 will throw itself against the guns of the U county Virginia great grand son of Al PEOPLE WHO FALL s sides in deterioration in feeding matter hat about y insurance P well Ohio militia exander Breckinridge It has been proved that John Breckin- s 1x Tarter the sol hers will tire when necessary ridge second son of Col Robert 32 OKI IIUIll CULTIVATION I drunken We have no sympathy whatever with and the grandfather of Col W Insure that big barn PoawU Tur Becaaae trees grow the man or brute who has leen the aaoataneoaaly C P B was liom in Augusta county ley he mind being i Il where nature has planted them the idea Virginia December 3d 1700 cause of so much bloodshed bat we can died near G W EVANS rehroaga intoxj SON A blaze will start not ncip nut leel that Mienll Cook and is often entertained that thev need in Lexington in IsoO Powell lie was a United Turley and thus For rent or exchange an elegant rt Orchards are frequently State Senator Attorney ienera under olonei Coit did their duly in defending cultivation injury are leaaened for 32 in the ence ol S rooms in a good lacalit their prisoner and upholding the majesty planted in grass in the uuplowed field Mr Jefferson and the great defender of glut uiayappearh We have large line of lows sad Mo or in fence corners anl then expected to the State Kights Resolutions adopted of the law boarders Also the beM coal and lumber Mt Sterling Tribune by Intoshes al Stoafer i numerot njurv t uf a taril rli ale H to yard in Iowa with new store house an It is true that nature plants the Legislature of Kentucky Col A B Coit of the Fourteenth regi- do wll and Virm a fall i by the irrenin somewhat similar locations hut ginia in 170s ment who commanded the troops at in the Clothing never so cheap as now at oilu e Fairbanks st ni he married Mary voluntary or otherwise a avert Washington C II during the recent there is a difference The grasses in the Hopkins Caiiell a daughter of CoL Jo Slouffers oldest clothing house in fer thin complete baineM Rich lining the riot made a formal Will eschai report of the matter timlier sections do not fonn so stitla sod anna Cabell and settled in Albemarle mond fima 01 rent for ndoaa Wry rarely aie to a term of years chejp the Governor yesterday Itisa long as when iion cultivated areas Then county where he practiced law till 1793 injur from a fall know n in oiuinent containing nearly 3000 words there is the mulching of constantly fall and in the next year 1793 he settled in me simple rea- A FARM in miles ol Richmond ing leaves and limbs bark and decaying Kentucky and gives a detailed account of the shootJoseph C Breckinridge the Kem iining unclaimed n the Iost ihe mind baa no influence over the ing Oftice improved land brush so the soil is kept loose and moist per acre including all the movements of the iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafather of the late John C Breckinridge at Richmond Ky foi llie week ending anl contiriu action of the body And it is a remaika- - troops He says if we plant we must furnish BHBBaBBaBaBat the same was the eldest sou and was lorii in Albe- November jt tnow n art t those who A FARM directly on a unknown irnpik conditions by either deep mulching with marle Virginia July 34th 17ss Hel At 1 p the crowd lKH ami s Andv Ii hav- Best Ii K leal with such cas s adds the road 5 n tobac so demonstrative and threatening that I straw leaves or manure or by thorough John Breckinridge who held a debs e that whatever injuries was aad toh taaeat Trice o pc unable to hold the guards at the cultivation keep the soil tine and loose with Bishop Hughes in 1S4L was Ixi u Gray Si heal much more rapidly iliehorn c feet in six court house and drew them in protect- that it may le in condition to give the at Cables Hale Fayette county Ky Hull CI lul in ie people the ing Km is Hcui from the steps the south and Waal tree all possible chance to assimilate the July 4th A FA R M Ivi Id Mr 17is and died August 4th HciIl c Fruk mind having more to lo w nl retarding entrances with small details drawing necessary elements from it and to pre- 141 Kev Koliert J Breckinridge father Richmond icnti Good land and -- natures efforts than is eeo- II iilTrl the remainder oi the troops to the vent the escaiie of these same elements of Col Billy was born at the same place B minis ties which have Its realized IIU 50 per acre R vM lund HC Cultiuation may take the piece of on March Sth 1800 and died at r north entrance to the court bouse Danville Knclirr iwe n Cnthbert ii II A GIBES IDEAS OF UABRIAGE and the jail which was northeast from mulching yet it is not mulching so til- December 27th 1871 Kev William L ALSO 14 good not tarda mm entrance At 3prntaa leaders ot lage may take the place of manure Breckinridge Iwrii also at the same Smith I - ituteil in the City of Kkbmond tl II Wf the mob pleaded with me to let them m is noi manure one can not be sub- Â¬ place July 23d I8QS Mary rfopkii Avounggiriaud will sell at a hi marriage are overpower Post Ollicehour from ft a m t An the guards saying thev would stituted lor the other to the fullest ex- hell maternal grandmother of Col M assaulted her etj nebulous and lailfiai iL writes rush lor the t i tter hours prisoner when brought to tent There are cases where there must Breckinridge was born in Buckingham ioicy ouier and rej Mrs Barton Kingston in the tilth paper ALSO a moiiliei prompt 7 a m to q3o pm trell lot the jail I refused I was then told be mulching j in every case of continued Virginia Feb rM 170 and died if I am A Haughter at W A POWELL i H their rty will b H d at a Sixteen that the prisoner should not get into the tillage there must be manure Begin ii w NOTIONS y fraud on his v ilies Home Journal iiiisiaKen in curt house alive if they bad to kill all cultivating the orchard by deep plowing Campbell was taken sis ioisevereilliain r ooatribated oe rareiv iooks Ix yoml the pre with a pain e cologne the troops to get him I bad 7itW i uoui ways me land was of course in the chest and was conveyed to the f o VI anort H the trousseau the There were over iMKKi people assem- - ueepiy stirred betore the trees were set residency of his half brother Col ng festivities the novelty ol amber John iileii When the prisoner appeared lie out Syme in Hanover county where after a rhich time i house lc each and the adored tween This is not for the man who is plant few days illness he expired August rt and ic paper uhs- perfecriaaa are the eaaaaaal house military lines en route to the court 23d Are What We Are Now Offering T ing in a stiff cold wet soil where C the crowd with a yell broke the paper with him there 1761 in the 37th year of bis asai When al young husband Her lines Six military ic is a super abundance of moisture dithers in a He the great and good LaFayette received rarely carries her farther n ic tvw contlict threw the citizens off the will practice shallow planting and plow- intelligence of of married life the death of Col Camp-Â¬ D i 4c st foar w siojis The troops used their bayonets ing My planting of an orchard bell he issued a general order announcMr- the noveity havii s and the butts of their guns Dr Taylor wan on a level plat of ground 4c which ing the and event characterizing CI i n the character of the military snigeou was rat with a knife m a e drained itself very slowlv mtton2c mHn With Campbell as an afloat i huild her happi- vices per When the prisoner had been senten a suriace soil of only about six BBBaTaaWawHHL aHaMaBBBBBBBBBBBBaaauHBaB pon indie I must have endeared him to every ciii 1I STANl rd planted but four inches deep and then zen and in particular iie Coit informed know how Meeting the every American m -Jc IU- nee people baaaanle quiet them by repeated nlowims mm4 ii laiauami The nth someiiio- P The bravery and heroic beartsuit soldier ooi 0 demand- - for the prisoner plow Initli wavs lie ing of Cot Campbell in the battle of i ii fail in inharmonious continued about the trees an IB lhreats were renewed Colonel uf its ielil K rations on tin XI cause hard uncultivaKings Mountain east Guilford C H do J K1 old iai- where the girl loves the be n the rwd that the guns bad Coil ted strip do not want a otherwise ol not tad to the which would loaded hut would be now anil if be left his memory everlasting honor ami in- Â¬ rather than the reality ei A n tlat re will comea time of aiioiner assaur was uiale Ins men would between the trees Iet them have god sure him a high rank among the brave 3 ar awakening and her love may die though tire finally Colonel Coit heard the soil in which to feed in every direction men who fought for the freedom of our south door give Way followed by shots Pair miBa the ground the lxind remain thoroughly keep- country in the Revolutionary war lien oi me yuaru me1 iiemenant s a ing it box Worldly considerations stirrii as necessary and all is well eral LaFayette regretting that the fuwas fired from the ii IIJCI re until crop the troop- - fired Lieutenaiit- plauting time J M Kice in neral was so great a distance from with Baaa m id the n lit ltnL tey SUCH AS- the r nj c pinv siierins con- Â¬ Epitomist army as to deprive im and his officers actions are on tiriu this T lii am ji li the privilege of paying Col Campell the v ratile After the vim WULI u fired smokennri tni- All lor h OWM Miilav was unusuallv hir Honors due his rani and particularly ie nnd 01 one of Mor stock on the market than bus- v liis merit see Irat- - dm os hut Na uie parenUs Kreaee that viut will sell at lowest i when a man Al il rs for the ulti fade the weight of a on him loae nearly all the alork remains of Cot all nd who e J war whicii she lias Sawnawaaai tui mm kul- rM lUMcd for sale brought fair j ottered ma when kkj relatives h1 them re- a -Bk In lte IIKrueKl tarlina cattle sold t tcents r I- move1 to hia old Astamvse hom uaaVaartriL r im ritiiiiuv UlUies ttTi u nn tin TlrlstoM ua HmuuI al ill Mil couiuy Iu auv liaititv chenrxvl stock ltepose i of liiteen or leart H Six his mother little son m Wp has had his net ini g leen el tulcfii ov aiiiiu an at- it a continuance of the same mtha for one John Jajvl inj Iro With ever v DorkaM e mi ol lor X s Cream Baking Powder MlUtlN KEY 1 the information received at 11 and 1J M oclock last night McCrearv carried the Cnrleys distillery ii K 000 votes and district by not less than A h Stewart Isivle adoithe entire county ticket in Madison L vhrisinati viced T ken- lectori by majorities ranting Lexiagtoa Chih distillery J to IM u Mills The rejiorts from the State generally show Repabiican gains The vote le Bride-to-b- e ill the young tween Owens and Ienny in the Seventh innointed in accor is very close the Republicans claiming v with Hh ritual M the Villi s election by a small majority lireek ehureh on K tolier 21st and re M Iermott in the Fifth will Ik elected the nan by majority ranging lief ween 000 and COM w ith the tith likxi New York elects Morton for and Imperial li iivernor West Virginia fails to re elect Vilaon and altogether the outlook for - Hoe iii s distiller Democracy is not cheering rted up last Thursday The We have been through such scenes on - ni rye and the mash run will before and are accustomed to hear de- Â¬ will he about SKI bushels per day And if the full and complete refeats ten rahlj mt however will turns show that we are beaten as badly r dry thin the next few wi last night indicate ntiiil chat we can only take off our i oats and try it K cander again to many a daughter oi lnli Fifteen precincts of Madison county - better to It ar fame to the Iliilman t iir heard from gie Simmons a majority ii law oeer Wallace of 28 Wagers over ia by a YVoi 239 Mt reary over Roberta MOt From 1 - T ha I In Loudon llaK HU IT KAilM County Va is one of - the i 1 Â¬ I Â¬ i il- i Â¬ Â¬ i iin li largest fruit farms in the country It contains 00000 vines- 45000 peach trees 8000 quince and pear trees and several hundred Knglish wanut aid Italian chestnut trees The enterprise began as the oxeriment of two brothers who he lived that the Northern Yirginia countrv was admirably adapted to the growing of fruits They Brat bought 500 acres ol land on Loudon Heights and the first planted a peach orchard This was in iss Since that time thev have ineieased their holdings steadily lllll their fruit farm promises to rival the laigest ranches on the Pacific coast Ex When hogs are fed on whole wheat alone for some time they are liable to be affected with sore gums and will stop eating it In such cases a change to corn or to ground wheat is necessary to keep them thriving Horses on nnground w heat alone for a long time are liable to derangement of the Ixwols It is better and safer to feed wheat alternately with other grain especially if the wheat is a hard kind John McGarraugfa of Fayette county claims to liave busked 4 bushels of com from six shiH ks twelve hills square Allow ing shocks to the acre this would make a yield of 10S bushels Thats the biggest yield yet reported If t Sterling O Tribune Here sas an exchange is something that is worth 5 to every farmer to know Sprinkle a little stone lime in your stock tank and not a particle of green scum will form on the water When the lime ts strength and scum Ugins to lorui which may be twice during a sea son wash out the tank and rejeat the It is cheap and not only harmless but wholesome keeps the water sweet and saves work A little Washington hoy iriooaly watching a Jersey cow as he chewed her cad when he suddenly exclaimed Where did the cow get her chewing gum The little fellow was sincere in thinking that the cow had chew ing gum and that she must have i very large chunk from the way she worked her jaws Kx Â¬ Â¬ fur-vear-ol- d scarce and those sold brought their full value A weed introduced into the Bluegrass section a few ye irs is giving farmers much concern It is called flea Aster and grows along the railroads spreading thence into the Belds where it takes possession and in favorable locations smothers out everything else It is readily recognized by its profuse small ng aUlit tin white bios i lull III I ill I am a the fall Sometimes it throws waist high and so thick that it forbids the pedesrrian as as stem is qnite tough and hard It is recognuwd as a bad Weed and some steps should lie taken to stop its spread W P Campbell of Sangamon county 111 writes the Breeders Gazette as folI bought on May SO thirteen head lows oi hogs which weighed 1903 lbs at live led them twenty five cents a iouiid bushels of corn aid weighed them fed another twenty live bushels and weighed again The fain was oiO lbs or lii lbs I Ittea bought ten bushfoi each load els of wheat at forty cents and fed the una amount us of corn soaking the wheat lor twelve or forty eight houisand soldthe hogs at Ivecenta When w they bowed a gain of 320 lbs or for corn and LOO lbs for wheat which would lie twenty ntnrada of pork for one bushel of wheat or Si per bushel for wheat and sixty tive cents lor coin - llarrudsburg Democrat Â¬ -- ov pljell I think of married Co Willian foremen- died young Tbedau n nother tioiiel married of the orator William C Preston Ben John s and Col Thomas L reston Col Qunpbl ia died in IsJ 81 years Ann PreetOn married Fl Smith and her laughter Smith mariied Dr Louis Marshall voni brother of Chief u and the father of Thomas KMarshall who vv one of tin oral ever heard I coud extend til hut as my Oregon friend may get out of pa Â¬ tience reading such a o Breckinridj niething more before long i XTE MALARIAL eaadnii irdlf not oorre MMmWIMMIIPHH POSSOIS candlttanaK k i 1 TTaaalU from atmospheric uuclean premises in aail more freauea Agn 5KWER OAS MCE V M iuipovorbJ - umh Mr oil tn mm J A awl even Sm fy- - proupuy currects all R KIRKPATRICK 1011 JOHNSON STRt - For II iaria wbicli and I was ile lost s aa4aaamaun Rice Ottawa cutiseU my so redu chai Be naaau ti I with Ma apn y LIBERTY sax ft 1 eareartalfl aaa Ian t PITTSBURG PA THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES THEY I ft - M I I M I I now ccjcy better health than ever Our Trenti e on Blood and Skin maled free to any addresa SWIFT SPFt IFIC CO IftiBti fca IIII M I Kl Kl Up towards the Ma lis u county line tMmwwfaKmwnarmwmammm I V Â¬ V nuivsvii i k Ky Nov F Roet Editor Climtu Nil l 1884 About two weeks ago I 11 above Conwav them appeals to he some kind of an organization that has taken upon itself the authority to straighten out thrash and terrorize hat whole section List week some of the parties who had lieen accuse of whim ice people up there were arraign s1 liefore Squire Pumett preliminary trial County Attorney McClnre who is not only a strong prosecutor but dead game went up t prosecute the cases Bathe found his witnesses were gone and he saw enough ami learned enough to justify him in stating to the court that he was not ready for trial because his witnesses had been intimidated and run off Among other things he found several notices posted up like the following B bich is an exact copy only the original notices were written in red ink to rep- r sent blood we suppose I City Property V EGGS Sfl a BUTTER GRAiN -- OULTRV E APPLt- - II t II I 11 HIDES it SALE I have a Fine N -- FOR m is V s 3 CAR LOTS A vWva e S I nneai anVaaaWaffWa J UST II SEND FOR OUR PRICE wSVVS dilated on sSS v m Biour ery DESIRABLE LOTS on different streets in the best neighbor- ia low ii Abo houses and i Livery public comers As loi- Stables Mule Sheds S Of Manu or lurllu factories ii call on ui-e I Â¬ TARIFF - Â¬ u- hTmAILR r Â¬ Largest line of Clothing Bats Caps Shirts and Im be sold with the i Tariff Off with ll LHUNDRY 71 Befor 1 or Undcn and hear our immense ek I - JIFF - Â¬ iii - We liave the largest We have the latest styles We have the lowest priees for custom clothing underwear hats etc - Â¬ Largest lim ively Clothing -- lvs and chihlrr Â¬ SOLICITED 1 We make Suits to Order at from lllll Fifteen Dollars- and guarantee perfect fit Â¬ OINTMENT I 1 Call and sec buy Â¬ -- Real Estate 1 t iBYV mm Clothing THEOLDES IN aat-v before you Houses -- Â¬ Â¬ RICHMOND No 7 First Street LIST OF LETTERS - Â¬ fc 1 I Â¬ Â¬ mBARGAINjIm 3v Â¬ ht Â¬ - 1 -- Â¬ hand-in-han- d Â¬ tii-b- Â¬ BUTCHER SHOP yF J 1 unicuj f ATTRACJifll m m m wbteb m rig 1NEW GOODS -- - 1 ic Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ ALL KINDS OF Â¬ Â¬ i FRESH MEATS -- BARGAINS i 1 - I i TTT i Â¬ The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard -- Boots canton iiannal Blankets Comforts Prices never heard of before Kl ICE ICE ICE s- ICE tG S I MU1 Mutwiater Far Sun Friacnu I W DUNCAN CO a - it aaj bt virtt tIS tsk to TOO tiat FlJeJ PjP THE CLIMAX -- PERSONAL A m iAV - V 0 astern The Mr EDUCATIONAL Teachers AsMiriiition rs of C0RRE3P0NDSNCB OCX ITMAlF GARMENTS re plant shrink Clatlin in her Personal Becoiloctioa of Wbittier Sirink tells of a man so sensit from the sight of a won wheat it was hanging harmlessly from gs and ha l An old Quaker friend a bachelor vis When the hour for ited Mr Whittier retiring came he was shown to his room Soon afterwa id he called from the top of the stairs in an excited tone I think thee has made a mistake I find female garments Friend Whittier The lea from -- January at tlie v Madison C it Mrs ind went fa reels ik - and Wrap i the and warn D i 11 tap Mil in - - - Hill mill n R M- - li - II I - ok a in - iufii til lie 1 a nn la jii tlit from which ene dati to i s - Jhn K Wa- nht in making Dp We ti ill Sell iencc atrik- i fore down hy Mr n was - Brad y ubrht The - ladies Was There inl Kitihs ii recently Mff Mary B Clav and in the ort lay v few as luir k as on last av and not as larre a proportion sold at ur fanners are brighter over the recent rain - opened with prayer Sumlay to llobt Baldwin can frw their new- - home P H Sullivan occupied the see his mother lowing program iras Mr W M Kavanaugl I4 el club are out V Metoalf but it will soon til uxard C of Iin illo R OiM niiisc address lay ling time II utvan King Mia Looiae Hume f livine riltith Miss Maggie Brookshire is visiting in was a ly of bin eanyaaw for Secretary if state in awe Whai aie the greatest need of Ken Lancaster and vicinity fort he beUeves Uial ag to win jay 0NS DOiYT ACCEPT i tiaik munition Hi- will have the in- - tneky schools--Mr Cosby of the M E church preach tinine tl ill there be a change in ini of his Congressional I ed at Doytesville Sunday tr was in tli ut examination and selection of teach and has visited and urbanized liis Chas Baldwin is preparing to start for was in over fifty counties in It General ihscnsaioo in my mom Indian Territory with a partner Poem h l e la is atiun n Tluvd better go to bed replied the j Miss Hattie Hugnely who has bee u Th abilities of the Teacher Metcalf though a resident of Piae hurt tt e female gartnenl xiet better- suffering with a serious cold is II Stewart Dr fa all and M laimed by his fi thee- - Kx enine Queries collected and discussed Tbe officers of our 8onday Sehool are mine i here anil he a i3 Reliable and Trustworthy Firm That JwjIW Keeling 1aper I II Sullivan How can we pie F Wilt ox and about to hibernate hy everyone tliwt whatever influence they in the Iil With the exhilarating sense of renewed imittee on resolutions appointed vent it ill u- - used in hia interest ntj Nicho a id Ma health and strength and cleanliness which fotfowii and reported the ut Since our last hearing the infant of Mi k be Circuit Clerk ol Kir i Kesoived thai we the Teacliew and Mrs Karnest 1arrish returned to its follows the lice of Syrup of Kigs is uncounty was in Kiohrooad Friday known to the few who have no of the Madison County Association maker Friends wish to condole them lav NEW STOCK OF beyond the old time medicines and the MAYOR tend our thanks to the people of Pox Miss leander iaines who has visited Iiilc i cheap substitutes sometime- - ottered but town for their hospitality and eon Mrs Jacob Hugnely lately was called never i Irvine accepted by the wed informed and for the interest they have shown in to her home in Louisville last week by making this Association a success Dissolution Notice the iliiess of her mother Second Thai the thanks of the Teach- Â¬ TTT The firm of Edwards A Co who are last week for Receives a Terrible Becting ers be tendered the members of the lie doing busiiH ss i Main street east of puhli an church for the Use i V M IKY YIKW was dissolved on Saturday the 3d For a Grave Offense on Mra Ida Man- icst by mutual consent Harris i All Third That we heartily appreciate 1 i Knit hi Everybody and his folks are gathering man will continue business at the same Mi TO lira Bettie 1 ure of I r Stewart and feel gratecorn y place collect all debts owtsatj to Edwards Mr ri iv Kv Nov 5 Thia city ful to him tor his masterly effort Mrs Wm Iedford who has o Co and pay all bills of the same i ion P now revellinjE in the sensational a ili That Misa Williams receive i OUPi low with fever is improving 22 25 Harris Aiimw i omiciiinan of Irvine were Henry Watson the thank- - of all for the excellent music quite Mrs Susan McGoirn who has been Uayor A lam Baum which with which the exercises were inter Peaiitss Cannot be Cured visiting relatives and fi lends at Living i I ni ht neir the Iost od si enter of J U Lee Daria by local applications as they cannot reach ton returned last week J Mayor runa the diseased portion of the ear There is 8 iritiilh ReV K I Kurd preached at Syloam - reported rt ftroeery in tii- - city Several to only one way to cure and that is Maggie Powers If K church Saturday evening and sun me of Mr Watson y by constitutional remedie Deafhe nt were The teai in- sent hi hi day morning to a large congregation r Miss caused by an inflamed condition o the lidua Phelps Mis Florence D Mrs Win Duncan nee Hayden of offer The of M lining ol the Eatachiaa tube Brock Annie Tfurley Saliie Mun Borgin Mercer county is visiting her fa- mucoui KI When this tube gets infl imed yo i h liiat she tly llorida iihson Mary White r ill ther Leroy Hayden and family near rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and I of Richmond II is ionic Mr Baum for a lox to pul a white here when it is entirely dosed deafness is the riltith C K Brock in The little jjirl Haima that Havis W S Mrs II B Land and Mrs Luther Hay- Â¬ I t lark and unless the inflaiorration can be Moores Mr Raum took her in the a k The Assn iatiiii having completed its den of near Xewby returned last Wed taken out and thi tube restored to is northe al the t nesday from a pleasant visit to the family mal condition Itearing will be destroyed liourticd at 4 p m When the eii wei Air Asher Newby at Covington NaxMK II Mai i ir forever Nine cases out of ten re caused home she told her mother of the occur We should have our children well else- tarrh which is nothing but an in- Call on Secretary itely sent the educated lor educated men and women flamed condition of the mucous surfaces t the Mayors store uk immunication from Superin- have a surer foundation on which to We will give one hundred dollars for tendent Thompson in regard to the So build a noble manhood and womanhood ant ci t f deafness caused by cc ime borne al nee M ar draft stated that there is no than wealth alone can give cared by Malis Catarrh the Trau- money in the treasury to the ered Send for circular iree Briaon who came rory Cure Romantic Frank To Mu s that be thought there K neat being seriously hurt in a runaway JCnrsiv ft Co Props 1 dedoO mie mistake about ii cannot make even the partial payment with a horse and buggy not long since 9iiolJ by drugg - 75c hoped to make this month Af-- in company with some Mnjre people Shirt drawers hats caps last week we tiust the says be is a little disfigured bat still in however still pi suits ate with tarul otf at Stouttors is will not iie very much disap- the ring y and Your leaer eiIs Racimo Cigars i We hope too that this notice r tii y View wails patiently for rain them in due time to prevent Kets Found and luts of it on the headwaters of the -J call at Superintendent JS Kentucky river hoping that a rise in the tBy n J X larei- t near Cv Wt IPs barn f OKC v iturday HJ J so that she can start river will -charges 1 w nuns an inus give employment rJ V 11 m at Pix1 7f A It en tin been i i YJyi HmtvIioiIv to a large number of bear people i the most successful We are in possession of the finest cata - lira and Spicie Haden Lizzie While the at- logue of ever published Baldwin and several oiunr young men me of in beautiful colors These are e Was Is hickorynut huntto t it interest was went el him rhey report tliat with the gather with appropriate devices and inscrii ionsgrow- for the various fraternities Cad and ling many ing f the nuts and the jovial com lingly warn of any- Â¬ indulged in they all had a jolly see the iHsplay and it in want tiors thing m this line give us ymir order good time Address cards engraved and plate furcir eting of the JJThe piMte good looking and accom-- nished at r as nab ting Klai d Havdeu lias accepted a at Kiiksviile on Saturday JLrLjirin anl Mr V - nan for W Masters V Xovember 17th and mi the following lor Kent at Perkins where he greets the will be a meet Co I want to rent privately my farm wallow Teachers please bear feminine portion of the eommiinitv that North of Foxtown on the WinVits n was at once arrest on a of voii are laboring will not own up their dislike of bei this in mil chester pike fur the year 1895 It con--i-- s in a Chesterfield iao manner under the impression that the meeting al 70 to lo - the one at Kitks acres to be put in corn Nil II0Isk We have not si en a program of Ordinary house aritl are unable to gie and well watei tor filly Impetuous t week MATRIMONIAL them J W O M lis n v9 won the Melrose Stake for 21 22 Red House Kv t Friday November th is Arbor at Nashville last Tu sdav in -- 1V aal n county i Remember Mis yon going to celebrate F Stssae is again Ire li hilt Dl y equaled the race rence-hat are yon going to do Teach record which sras made by Silicon in lsiij Oi essmaking and a iliurslay s them al holiday and I Nashville This is soinewhit of a one n be liurcli in lau noli lav to no win ol I Ion surprise for while every one recognised Ben F Rice of Uy the lev Ir Lj led hv the lite splendid racing qualities of Impetu Â¬ Corner Main and Thi W Iljat and J harp Mi John 11 mntv ous and knew that sue was a very laat Ia Mr lic licine than ed to aud Mis- - Kaiit M two year old she was not credited with any doctor I ko Kiddle oi ivs Mrs Hattie MMivHle liel and man Mra Million has just mad- her annual sufficient speed to trot in l1i Her of Chilton Carter county Mo ami wile for the schools of Madison coun Tins was their third attempt owners Messrs McDowell iv son of lex olic Choi off and it pro ty to state Superintendent Thompson IVa lontv ingtnn are to iu- congratulated on the era and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale h li white and ltKKJ colored church Kri- ittemtinc great a filly They reÂ¬ W F IVv T S Hagan drug ya during en eurolle in the Mr Ja W fused 5000 for her before she evel its of attend- the pasT year The percentage friend of li Tharp went to church an ted in public and sumi when most peo one- - A Who h ive the on this enrollment is SO per seat next my ple reganied her as a siek mare during Towel Willi telling her ie white and iii per cent for -II Futurity at Lexington the r Johnnie was waiting for her Price a hat or cap at StouaWa with taDa P week before lai t tew miles distant and wanti -3 mulled in The breeding of Impetuous gives full riffufl and be surprised Three new ptipii- I it abe ws rea lj i practice Caldwell High School on Monday morn-Iiii- - warrant not only for her speed but ateo Dont wait until you are burned out sweiei tlie note short ami 5 swells the li t to WO which for the courage aud tenacity which she Powell Turley ilMJ yes As I shows in her races is a goodly nomber being neist tMi r She is by Dictator they hurried oot pot intoabutrjry that The he t companies adjust promptly dam of a iiis M Clay who a II hi readiness and away they Hew for the accommodations we have as and her dam Ethelwjn 233 Turlev V- are considerably Orator 24 is bred like Maud S being Powell some of the rooms lack while Her brother ami brotlier-in-laU with a second crowded It will be ipiite a relief to by Harold dam by Tilot Jr on in Cnderwear and ox never were as low and knowing that the couple bad Impetuous is a in price as now at Stealers ivered made an attempt to run off the niirht be both teachers and pupils to get into the dam thoroughbred tarn ronut I3 s VA new building The former can do their mare that should improve with age and his im- - fore which scin iie liad v nipped in Are you in it insurance If not ge a very great race mare work more effectually and the latler make mailno immediate pursuit Turlev 3a satisfactorilyIn the rare in which Impetuous so in it Powell au to have stariei from the more Misses llai materially lowered her record of 220A The oldest clothing house in Richmon Dyke and M ilynioii lintel Thursday audit and KKLIGIOLS Oakland Baron was second in both heat- - is where to buy clothi rier 23 ami Mmh Parriah of Kicfc- - hive to Lexington The eloping partv Scotirine fourth in the lii st and third in Mrs evade them in e their way to that Tire is a good servant out a bad Dr Greene of Danville preached two tin- - second heat and Kilona third in the Oar Great Cloak and WrapOpenii M itei saivile Ind ter Mrs Mary port in master 3 Pevcll 8c Turley at the Southern rirst and fourth in the second Ex excellent discourses the Uth and HHh oi November u e the knftt was duly tied Tfe lyterian Churcii last Sunday Tariffofl means tine clothing at trash How often our horses go lame soon alaccimpanie1 hy Mr lames Dud nil we will bare all the latest Nvelt -33 There will he a business meeting of ter being shod by the best blacksmith prices at Stoulters ley and Miss Minnie ittel Mr Richard Jlartin Persian lamb Sable Mink K rimer an who thinks he is a scientific horse shoer D P Armer has the largest hand We pre the Mt Zion Christian Church next Sat a Cobb am Miss Saliie Tharp paid other kinds ol Purs in Coata tapes Sac A All but knows noil inn of the veterinary Mimest and most elegant line of jeweln at 2 ochfok pm thia runaway three weeks ago urday afternoon We eordially invite line of Ciotli eoata and to attend A fall line of laws of conformation he makes all conever seen in Richmond in giving puii members eameatly invited m want to buy everybody to come to same FI li Kis form to his iron rule or shoe with his wedding presents ol great variety and nit v lo the Dai ll the Of not The new Baptist Church near Kings knife and rasp The Humane Journal beauty just in Call and see them Prices and Mr K A Sheets trill be on band aa nihil BO It ton wfll be dedicated on the third Sun publishes the explanation from the Ial right I N vB KI I have full charge of all Fur day in present month Sermon by C tiniore American Mothers will save mom v by seeing our Thomas Perkins wh lived at Blue W Duke from seminary at LouisvilleI It is found that moat maladies resultMr Stein will x on hand and have full elmr--prices on childrens clothing Stonrter county had a paralytic stioke preaching to commence at ITJC3U a m ing from horseshoeing are due to an 1111 Clutb tiixids All tlnse that desire to see the 1st and died on Si Dont go to sleep over your insurance H L McMurrav even and unbalanced wall all that part Everybody invited line el xm1s in America will do weii to COBM and see Burial in Richth ins TurLy of the hoof that is visible below the hair Powell will preach at brick School Houee at 23 this rcat Cloak Opeaiag oclock of same day when the hoof is placed opoa the ground Po well 8s Tuilcy pay all tie losses in connection with an undue height of trMtaary the heel If the heels are allowed to The news of Miss Maggie May Sliirlllets grow too high the greater part of the There is no medicine so often needed in Monday morning November W death will come with startling sadness weight is thrown forward upon the bone every home and so admirably adapted to Burial at oclock Tin 5th i intended as She was universally known and loved ear his home Iloserv structure of the limb and the lames of the purposes for which it army and was a favorite with all and a great attraction the foot are forced forward against the Chamberlains Pain aim Hardly a raking in of ihe tainilv has respected citizen Age 53 years wherever she went A brief history of wall in front her short life will no doubt prove interK T Wharton of Keene died Sunday UXnjUinj UTJTJTn-T-- n Inflammation of the foot and soreness need of it A toothache or headache may OTJTJ U I JXrUVU esting to many Maggie was the young- in the joints and bones soon follow such be cu ed by it A touch of rheumatism who y of appendicttn h ult There we The severe pain of a Mon est of nine children bnrriod at a course If the toes on the contrary or neuralgia quited was the young- Â¬ bovs and three girls burn or scald promptly relieved and the are allowed to grow too long then the day Mr Wharton was a former citizen A cbarniing won an who is visii Dous- - of Madison county ii having been ens est boy Maggie was exceedingly modest preponderance of weight is thrown upon sore healed in much less time than when and well bred truiet and unassuming the flexor tendons which are on the medicine has to be sent for A sprain aw milling busiie il Kentucky vet possessing abundant sef postt M K at Valone back side of the foot and these tendons may be promptly treated before inflammamy with his brother and dignity Every one who met her become inflamed The hoots therefore tion sets in which insures a cure in about eonn-- ley View admired ana respected her and her pret one tliird the time otherwise required Joseph 11 Chrismau the well known ty face and pleasing manners made her nuii t be pared in such a way that the Cuts and bruises should receive immediI ol the animal is squally distribof the beat knowa Imceaaicn of T Chriaman and r brother of lie We idol- a favorite with young and old ate attention before the parts become uted between the bones and flexor ten She Us a very captivatMrs K B Muirilied at his residence the B gie and her death coming so I If one heel is permitted to grow swollen which can be only done when nirers Sun lav at 1 oclock p m of beinop iiiian aiit has a i inter to higher than the other bruises on the Pain Balm is kept al band A Ore throat Louisville Tin yeantHfoe of the bowels aged bear The news of her high heel called corns will result Hor- - may be cured before it Mr ThoiuaM Arsv in accompanied by taking off was unexpected though he and disheartened the family anno A troublesome corn may be removed by ith weak tender or bruised Wed- - bad been ourtowp ipraining fw weveral days or hardship could have done Torture vy applying it twice a day for a week or two a time require leather or water may for HIuJ y morning while looking John Jan upsIj- could never have made me wince but OOUGLr TURPINikCi pads but as the Bote grows these A lame back may be cured and several iiler Mr k he fell ill a faint and hail to he death has bowed my proud head a id cast should be discontinued never when h Ricttmood ac- 11 U Than operator at ii on n y life that nothing enn ever required in healthy feet in convul lames H Al- and anied by My hopes my pride and my last at the happiness are buried in the small graves which is the best anil most natural pr iicc spent Tiie ren n is allowed to grow undisturbed family burying ground Monday aft rioffthe iiiouiiiiin V F in the cemetery at Richmond where my by the knife Horses wi of a large lock in the brother and sister lie Time may make have their shoes made with a wide Ie- number of friends ami of relat bat me more submissive to the attlicti s upon the bar or have well- al it will not lighten my grief nor 111 ike me for a time a bar shoe The last NEW ADVEBT1SEMEHTS ttucky n county it The light of our home has the inside should also be dispensed with Ion B Si been extinguished the warmth of our and the seat of the corn or bruise care Â¬ tl I list M OF FSOPEETI The Kiclimond fully pared out without injuring andi- fortune would have counted the frog or the liars 11 r to our lather but the Groggy horses should have h our sister has bumbled his proud Pirss VStz ed and turned up and the shoe made and dimmed tlie bright flash of hi- zee its cr it opinion Kii Treaeh 01 light and His i Tll en will iiif H 1 j lil tii iouatPoxtown bat i iani V0RW inn T v i r Â¬ 99ioPURE - i Â¬ 1 E 5 GIBSON 11 1 BT Sin i NEW GOODS our shelves WE Is now SELL regardless of BOUGHT vhat our competitors may do STOCK IN i ABOUT S r 1 LACE DEPARTMENT f 8T liiNiiinl Is complete and adapted the season only indi cements we jirst class are lill llai--iur- t 1 1 Â¬ ii Â¬ BARGAINS us before purchasing where Visit Our They Â¬ Â¬ 1 DO NOT FAIL BEPiBTMEKT 7T Jt W MILLINERY Feho in a - - mm I I lriils 1 11 LsTRRNfs VLl -- - TRRNR 1V I ilo I 111 llie iri - Â¬ urn fi k Everybody iTvi1 i- Â¬ ulti lliir - i 1 This is The i paltblul d ld SATE JP TUITI0N i - I two-year-o-ld - si November 1 truiii Mom lav tu i i -- -- STRENGS Gloak OpeninOl Can I V hy - l - Kirk- s 1 nnvestiptte our - Â¬ I Dn so at oocfl Jyou will not ai Â¬ liit Elliott Instiii here-to-tnr- o Â¬ I MDR0F PRINCIPAL WH1TTY i Kirksuilli qqiueXy - 3- -- IHJSTRENG Â¬ T3 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ m vv - STRENG STRE NG OROER Coal I I Mtscts UinM hti POSITIONS GUARANTEED CdUsg sut i bie condiii ons Oof PKK 9ft pa mt cin aifvrJ K BSMlosf will expUii DniODs HAS Practical Easiness - 11 jaM ksrthsaa rssissnship Te- - i M re lor a suit to order 33 I AU firs Turley - Pcwell Miahle Tnrloy prompt and trust- Â¬ I p or Prices Cream Bking Powder Worlds Fair Higiteat Medal and Drplema R WBBBm dP nere roads are should le wid- pat nearer the fences with the mocrn road ma- 1he way to do this is to cm- chine us I have de- menee at tho aaribed till up the old ditches and rebuild the r drawback to our aoaav - our public h It costs ela of wheat 10 more to haul I a mud road than it Ao transport the same from Chicago t rail- NcuA or ovt r n the country Our state aria id infirmaries our iaye been huiit and maintained but our country What irore our a and a revision of our pablk laws whereby we can exist er col-leg- -e I LOBSS D2BSCT0HY Dipkmui and I i built in r enel and the lively jevel mm i Improvement THE TAR HEEL TRAIL Â¬ rlllton I t Kill K I lit ratvr Humoral idal lie I was cheerfully - at display of folly r Dcoorafpe otht rs to u lir mik Carolina is very leToforw a ln autiful s be- - ade Faatttsl wrap il t liun tian r r the atawba and repairV - ittend to th r lid le and proper t p tliem in shape Lvery town lonld lie provided with from two road machines t to f our revi t one heavy roller If there is a stone quarry in the township either tone granite or sa or if if Lake avoald ar Africa of stone r J D Oleott in Rural New t larjre ir- - there are plenty jiiece oyer 1L The most amusing on th programme iraa I Baatad on tide addles and an ired in dreaasa of the gayaat colors ami the most startling cut five men went round tlie course whitta included a bushed hurdle Tvo ballet g irls both men covered then- - ponies quar- tera with voluminous shirts a Iolly Vardea and baby in lied jrown and sun bonnet and raced fT the force and ig ht up the rear re of the day was the ob-in which a variety of ob- likely to pot poniea on wire ar- und the course 1 he one pe most was the that attr iereena through which the ponies had to force their way The to tail race and the handkerchief features were mirth p In the former men rode at lively apeed the horses with tlieir fares I n the latter a rider drdayed ef on tlie M ound it up without leaving the saddle The luipuilrnt Veael to be the leading with the weasel in his nd from Inia The sport Is very utr in that i art of the orient Dot inowB in western countries aa launched in London Jii the other day and according- to the that aha lover- - of apart have FROM THE SKY Historical and Traditional Storlea of tk STORIES Every country and every age has its historical semihistorical or tradition ai stories concerning immense stones falling from the sky or more prop- Â¬ erly from space Levi tells of a whole hearer of aerolites which fell on the mountains near Home in the year IM It The Arundel Marbles marble tables giving the events of tfceOreetaa to c4 H C in history from IM R chronica order give an account of a great stone which fell down from heaven at Aeogostaini alout the year 407 H C lliny who died in the year says that in his time the Ti A I great air stone mentioned in the foregoing was still to le seen on the he quaintly adds and Hellespont it is even now of the bigness of a wagon sinee the opening of the present century there have been several well attested instanees of falls of stone from the regions of space In the year a perfect shower of litho missiles fell iii the farming country adjacent to LAigle France upwards of three thousand separate stones falling upon a wedge shaped section of country eight miles long by about four miles wide as they Aerolites or meteorites are sometimes called usually fall singly sometimes in pairs and less frequently in showers as was the case in lsiio when at New Concordia nearly two hundred red hot stones fell in a field in broad daylight Ip to January IMM there had been between three hundred and three hunof dred and fifty recorded stores falling from the unknown regions outside of our atmosphere and in eight of these the fall was in the shape of showers the individual misi iles numlering from ten to five thousand and of all size- - from that of an orange to immense blocks of atranga combinations of minerals weighing hundreds of tons 1 Â¬ Â¬ Fall of Arrnlltaa This time however he lost The authorities pot wind of his p arae and in answer to his letter request intf a doctorate for so and so the president wpote a conrtcous note saying that though the trustees were very anxious to oblige so grod a friend of the col- Â¬ lege they had found on examination of the recorrs that though they had once conferred a degree upon a jackass there was no preeeucut for conferring one upon a horse A ndic No n m Smith 1 Â¬ HOEVER YOU ARE HEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE iced m R N I B R R Secrcarv Richmond Time Table No Etc Oct 21 21 In Ef- - Km al Arch Cha RABBIT MINER to a P Araner II P j Speed Smith rc Richmond Comnundcry No 19 Regular meeting the nrsl Tuesday in VitUing Sir ttni month s P Deata y invited o aitmi EE J Speed Smith Recorder Muii ni S 111 194 Come to Us and We Can IASTW Th IlttU The famous silver mines of Potosi moon R V Whrtlock s If In South America were discovered by Kingston Lodg o an Indian who was in pursuit of an He was climbing the steep antelope slope of a hill and seized a bush to help iH himself up The plant gave way and ac al he started to fall backward but by a desperate effort saved himself and W M I II In falling forward cut his nose against a J hn I n City ie projecting ledge of stone says the New V I Animal Led an Indian tortune 111 Silver tirii at Kirk ore th- - mil W Moore V Satisfy You If von want clean t Nich Valley fsnail r M 15 al King ton - n F e No Wp kit i tiio ery st ak- - call on n tern er juk liutiliefs emijovctl and NllH ut tlie meat nt nl kind- make a specialty of delivering meal promptly ami at the exact tunc it hlr is wanted Ladies especially invited to call ami sec our new shop ami the way we lo business lx lst 111 aat of iV Air vor with tiidm be em th the road - mod vl of loW ream man Perhaps the crea ture has confidence that iiis long slencan always be snatched away der li re the ordinary human i do him harm At any rate will Molly sit in the chink and watch the bin a sh rt I throw at i and after nightfall the crawl about fearlessly with Â¬ in a yard or two of any human luiug h his haunts i Â¬ Â¬ FfcRKETS AND -- FERRETING Inch ave of a ur - m ei I s 117 JW 4 VA t i of American Wheelmen 11 I 1 a The jjood Advantage of iooti Knari The that ment are in hN and inn ii in etter rhich are - which was sold this y ar fr acre If a afford re muuica cers of a A - ltai Kua K Gaaaa bMaaatr Had roads au-e the In re en erted ia nil tiiese he count im- I all the - but Inter Purposes ars 1KT en pre- - liten- - er a r the handle A brown ferret - apt to le nipped up by a sharp dog in mistake for a rat or rabbit while a white one is always apparent even when moving am Leaaeat herbage This applies to night time md - invariably us- - white p lietpers who know their ferr bu iness prefcr ferrets taken from By others The poacher nll select his ferrets ami from the nature of his trade he cannot afford to work bad ones Sonic ferrets cause t rapidly rabl while others are slow es a ferret will drive a rab-Â¬ bit to the end of a Hind barrow and iilii- - it will not return until it itself with blood and more trouble is added if the ferret curls up for an after dinner sleep Then of coarse it has either to be-- left or dug out if the former it is well to etrerj exit and return with a dead ha- - sueeeeded the Ferreting is mostly in winter and it istogaard - as these that working ferrets are generally muzzled used to obtain of ther the lips of the ferret-to prevent their worrying rabbits and then laving up ltut the most humane method of muzzling is with a soft string a nuzzle roostracted of which may be quite effective and at the time not uncomfortable to wear are must In- taken not to hurt the fer ing annoys him he will endeavor to do nothing but get it off ionally ferrets are worked with a Use attached but this is an objection practice There may le a root or in which the line may get en- Â¬ tangled when there will W dinfaaar and no emi f trouble in getting at it r- nlque Way of Learning to Be a ly any training is do th llushaiid sar the three yoofjg ferrets which we dim - a leamatec for a manufacturused the other liay worked as well as ing establishment in Iletroit and until experienced parents There a week or tea days ago Jim was a their are various reasons why white ferrets bachelor and happy Then in a imv are to le preferred sed to the ment of recklessness he got married brown polecat variety They are the lady in the ease being about ten re docile and plea ant to years older than he and with a temper I i flow the I line Animal Arc Handled tt here They Arr Mule to Work In England ferrets are more for work are u ed for making thai rabbit- - bidt from their burrows To GETTING ACCLIMATED Jims loi Â¬ irrc on her that was simply terrific i iiiii ioor iner to a imile House lie hatt rented and settled down to domestic bliss but somehow it wasnt a su says the Iletroit Free Iress The other evening the policeman who is on that Wat and who has known dim a long time noticed him come out and sit on the front steps awhile then go in and shortly afterward reappear for a few moments then go iu again He nail hull this peculiar action for an hour and the next time Jim appeared he went over to him Whats the matter he asked Jim jerked his thumb over his shoulder and smiled a wan sort of a smile The policeman didnt understand Got married you know said Jim Yes replied the officer nly four da s ago said Jim The officer nodded ell said Jim my wifes got a mighty spicy temper and Im trying to get used to her on the installment plan A WIZARDS FEAST Hosts yu I Surprise r n 115 it l in - his and for men red - bat we in but ud ririan - util- - a lie ravine and other - ater an I - the even the ideal plan Rural World Ik- - llirouph Pn ROAD aluall- able pork production CONSTRUCTION I the starting mm aa hi read ac olih Karnaer Prntrraalv iierience e is trie modern mm i iui as oeo with si th water after u shape a pike A verpn- and disturbin vuld Ik t th hi soil tl v lil --- in a as paasiUe aft or a side- ii on road war d not on ard rut or - no lea s nntrv and the two tracks where a da aan a wide SOWN WITH ARTILLERY Guuwdrr Ilrled to Plant Tree 00 a KorkT trar PROFITABLE BAZARS Alexander Nasmyth tlie landscape i m painter waa a man fruitful in expedinl ii h llnf ents To his mind the fact that a Th eonld not lie done in the ordinary manner was no reason why it should beffrreaop His son relates the fol- Â¬ lilts of it funds lowing inu resting- example of his in The pemiity I he duke of Athol consulted him as me improvements whieh he de-Â¬ into a sired to make in his woodland seenery Dunkeld Amonfr other things a rtnring in- certain rocky era Deeded to be plant- Â¬ ed with tivs to relieve the prim bar l its appearance at- The ques- Â¬ vives and tion was how to do it as it was impos- Â¬ sible for any man to climb the crag in order to set seeds or plants in the clefts nH of the rode A hmppjr idea struck my i father Hav- teerred in front of the castle a ir in the in aid of pair of small cannon used for firing salutes on preat days it occurred to him city ar in Dui- - to turn them to account A tinsmith in f the dered to make a num-U-ric female canisters with eovers Ihe can were filled with all sorts of suit- Â¬ able tree seeds The camion was load- Umnara ad the canisters were fired up a lis kept against the hitrh face of the rock iU r l m at a bazar in They burst and scattered the seeds in all directions half of masonic in Some years afterward taona my father revisited the place he at a in rebrn- - was delighted to find that his scheme trunion at of planting by artillery had proved the u successful the trees were nourishing OB May IT lsv at ihx thj in all the recesses of the cliffs Metropolitan fair held in New York John H lourlie WAYS OF THE POMPANO f the tiRar transferred to u f rUky Jumper as Well as Ueii eor e T Stroiur treasurer of the clous food Flab nu n the One of the most delicious load fishes TOnj t iaatail- of the semi tropics is the pompano In ment f I the fair He size anl shape he is not unlike the expei1 ater flounder of the northern estuaries but unlike the flounder he swims edge Â¬ ENDING A FAMILY ROW wise instead of flat on In A MM stratajein for Urttlni Even color his scales are gray his bellygray- Â¬ white wth ish blue and golden yellow and when iirlanrt die Ti red steaniw r No liid the New he leaps from the water as he fre Â¬ York Keoorder as a awseaiar p toas Mixed ear ry 13o HONORARY DEGREES quently sked was passing a house a lady who stood en scalesdoes the glinting of the gold- Â¬ in the sunlight forms a beau- Â¬ Times When They uats no white western 31i No I Were Rrstowea Cpon lied out to iiim sir I tiful sight A traveler just returned mixed t nwillins Snbjecta on ET No 2 53j54c from Lake Worth on the It is to be supposed in the judg Â¬ Whats the matter he asked as he coast of Florida writes lower east New roast Nov 3L to the New ment of charity at least that col- Â¬ Bte wV rt ifork Herald As we approached the lege degrees are never -- Western Hhikv No 2 MUwaukeo conferred in man in the house and he mouth of the canal these days except as they are deserved wonldn I go out of doors when I to be more numerous the fish appeared WHtAT Nc 2 red store and elevator and thev made This has not always been true how- Â¬ afloat its 54V f O r long jumps into the air all about us ever and partly for this reason partly No I northern 8i c He wouldnt eh Well see about They were chiefly mullet and pom- Â¬ rusLuQior a reeling of modesty Cobs afloat fine man gave the pano and once I No wh Cht- womar hiaeosn to hold and sailed into at the same time counted five iu the air Sme men have shunned honorarv 3 34c No mixed tftes almost as earnestly as others the house II fUJi a mllTI at u Before we reached the dredge boat have coveted them Speaking about TIFIH i Nov X the neck rom the foot of the lake we this subject the Boston Watchman rel Vuat Nc t No 3 r uber rramrai hrate had four pompano all of which had savs red out of this or 111 mmped from the water and landed ac- Â¬ ilow ea h ale No mixed Judge Peters Is authority for the area k cidentally in the bottom of our boat statement that after La Fayette had Tl1 Oai not until them struck our boatman Ken been made a doctor of laws Markt bv one of the tabic 11ill me UreaST ftnrl M i I65Hj iis rmr rtltntuoen was inirreat FibnumrCk47U Mar ull v iIra mm meet given a tiing through vx a minute Since ice factories have irai ici lie snoulilto pass with H SlTTMl misnap through a col- Â¬ ate been established along the Indian lege town Having where the martinis had lieen Januarj Now then you brass faced old river and on Lake Worth pompano are thus distinguished the old warrior tramp you move on or 111 finish you shipped to the northern markets in halted his men and thus addressed Tramp Tramp shouted the vic- - large quantities They Tun through- Â¬ them tim as tie got up I m no Ltecemtx uy 36 tramp I out the year but make the best eating You shall spur ds horse veil c own this property and live in and this during the winter mom ride troo de town like de mischief uouse CATTt E Prime for if dey catch yon dey make one A New Geographic Vou do Apparatus rwil b doctor of you Yes and thats my wife holding The marine globe is a new phvsical The your at instrument to produce currents similar respect tough old soldier had no more for such a distinction than his Thuno - of a currents It muscular glass conntryman York Handel who man and he gaaed K erthe interior well of which accept the degree of doctor refused to Hie of music was the are constructed the massive outline of from Oxford d the hollows of aea Vat frow my money away for dat uao iiei Tlie bottom of the sea is husband N de blockheads vish I no vant to be And then he made a grab for hi formed of an ie -- choice xa ICen von doctor and disappeared int s moving on a There is a story that not long ago en y a rarin5aaaahas4 V egrees were scatt GYMKHANA IN LONDON i con- iily an illiterate tne in suspen tig been honored with a de- it movements laid uu r of the lade a wager that he om tliat of a obtain a similar honor for his rit is errant to faci ewon the wager and eacooragd Anal be broken by How Â¬ 11 I 111 quarries at the convict SEEDS of tjs 1 once attendeda swell Chinese banDyspepsia Kidney and Liver quet and was not a little surprised at Neuralgia Troubles the way in whieh sorueof tlie delicacies Constipation Bad Blood were Hind said Walter F Logan of In Hoard of a Donkey Malaria A Sacramento al at the I a lede reNervous ailments 1 was lying off Gibraltar cently After we had discussed the and permission was given the men to Womens complaints most substantial portion of the repast go ashore for the day The sailors mf i i ii a til en and de sert was bofaag served orange amused themselves in various v St it Lit wore placed before each puest the among others by riding on donkeys len fVnuinul V iii ldn rmr n skins of which had apparently not lieen and their want of experience in this DHCia si kirui JL CO BATrORE MO broken yet from which the pulp had line caused much merriment An of-- lsKV in some my terious manner Ix en reÂ¬ ficer observing one of the men sitting moved and four or Bre different kinds far back on the animal instead of the of jelly substituted iu its place usual position called out say Jack The puests expressed a pod deal of get up more amidships With an inastonishment as to how such an operajured air the sailor replied Well sir tion had lieen accomplished but their this is the first craft that I evi i aiuaement was only increased when manded in my life and its hard ina dish ofegga the shells of which ap-Â¬ deed if I cant ride on the quarter deck peared to be perfect whoie was if 1 like placed upon the table Kxaminatiou showed the contents of the eggs had Wlfeys Opinion of Tofcer been removed and the shells tilled with The Husband I was pretty lucky at uuts and candy poker last night Our host smilingly refused to tell The Wife Oh leorge have yon us how such wonderful results had gamblingagain You know it is a terlieen accomplished and we left the rible sin house completely mvstilied The Ilin I raked in seventy two dollars WOMANS LIFE IN INDIA Tlie W Oh darling then I cauhave 1 1 la trace Without nirketlaes But that new bat Boston Courier Intolrrable Poplar Weatherboarding The position of the native women of Womans Way Rajputuna is singularly deplorable When a mans wife tells a funny Cypress Shingles Penned from their babyhood within the story Id like to know how hes going narrow limits of the zenana they are to know when shes got to the point Cut Poplar Shingles cut off from all contact with the outer Easy enough The points the part world with which they communicate she tellshalf an hour after shes finished Framing Lumber only through their slave rrirls seeino- the story1 Chicago Tribune not only no men but hardly any wosa- en very f w ladies of sufficient high THE MARKETS Users Windows Blinds rank living within visiting disti nee of each oter They are ouite uneducated IlMINVITI Use FnorTR Spriiii pateni unable to either read or write or work All First Clan Goods lancy prim family nothing therefore remains to them winter putr j vsas meir airecuons and these are out family ito Jlii raged their husbands professing no iiirtiiM stern ryt city 5 per brl love for them and visiting thei but ocIB Mrketstadv cood shippers M 00 casionally their children being taken hmtii food W 1433 fair fo medium from them at a very early age and J290 3 7i conn placed under the mirdianship of men Calvks Marke- - rirm nt 7 rt r- - for fiilr ht oinmon and Ii their mothers being considered unfit Market liis shijipers actite nt bul pries and alas truly to bring them up Is t4ftVyH7o it to le wondered at that such an edufair lo good cation such a violation of every infair l u common and stinct every need of a human being rouyn 4 0 aaacr ami Lanna Market firm Bzsras should produce creatures singularly d io iJ undtoehtce praved t fair 7V l 7S Lamb Market str - Kx ikkI to eaoice com Great Marchers mon io fair riUOl4276 The French soldiers have the tradiOarrruoo Mac tion of being the bant marchers ha Bar fa h rjuotat ans Fiour steady No J rope The rate of marching laid down wheat No 3 sprm No J No cr in the infantry drill I81U that is No paces of thirty inches ptr minute l0 No - yellow il 17 t47i4L Main St Near K C Depot No adslv a rase No J rye 4Tc miles and 720 vrds 3Uc f1 So 2 bsi per hour or including the fvr- mm- - No 5irii4 ve No I uies nait Uitimhk N v 3 miles and 230 yards nat Whfat No 3red spot and Lfty tive minutes E5Jie December Â¬ Â¬ man-of--v- That hinea prtratc on Their Pr-- had done the damage when to his astonishment he perceived it was almost pure silver This story may be apochryphal but a tale which comes from Mexico is Ac tolerably well authenticated cording to tlis narrative one of the richest mines in that land of mineral An wealth was found by a rabbit Indian was hunting rabbits and his dog chased one to a hide in a hillside The Indian hesitated for a moment whether to dig out the rabbit he had seen enter or go in pursuit of another Determining finally that one rabbit in a hole was worth more than half a dozen on a rocky hillside he got a spade and went to work Before he had turned over half a dozen spadefuls of earth he had forgotten all uliont the rabbit for he made the thrilling discovery that he was handling almost solid silver The man dropped his spade and ran to his employer with the intelligence the latter returning with him to the to sec for himself and verify the dis i he rahlit escaped at least it covery is supposed it did for it enters no more Into the story but its memory is preserved in the name of the mine which being translated into English signifies the Rabbits Don It would have bean well for the Indian if he had escaped when the rabbit did f r according to the story the poor fellow was murdered by the Spaniard who desired to keep the secret of the mine and was afraid that the Indian might reveal it and the government might step in and claim either the whole or large part of the pro- Â¬ ceeds Coal Dust Kiplolon The mining of coal is attended with many daogera but none more to be dreaded than the dust explosions that are liable to occur at any instant and against which ia many instances not even the most ordinary precautions are taken The air becomes thick with dust which by some means comes in I with llameand the fire spread Â¬ ing srith inconceivable rapidity causes the most terrilic explosions It is claimed that al danger in this direc- Â¬ tion may be removed by a carefullv arranged system of spraying water through all the pantiagr Trays Tho Bret particles at once fall to the ground and may be washed away by falling water or trodden down by the f the miners Recent inve ti n seenvi to prove that gas alone pro duces comparatively few of the more dreadful accidents but that pus and coal ilust aaiagted make an explosive and that is greatly to be dreaded Â¬ Â¬ Journal Stopping to stanch the flow of blood he chanced to look at the stone which York month lohn L Gi ijg Daniel Boom borough meet month Wie ham Secretary Ben Lodge WM 1 un loiin I Ha M Irrine ry Lodge No tbii Bennett No 1 W M A s M Old zr iv T C A KTTT TY T WELLS Manager KT CO Veraille- 07 F a oo No I r ii J ii meets vert gjxnjrnJTJTJTJinjxrirLrijnrL J Lipscomb N firt lo Fra evert and third Thursday M Lm comb C P L Irace Scribe Richmond Uniform Degree Can ch month 3 nu at Odd Fellows Hall C R Tudor Captain L J Fra J llall on t Richmond MNhW Â¬ vv vx aaa HARDWARES a M -- aa have opened a am NVw Hardware Store at No 14 Second Street shall handle the lcst line in town W H KXIGIII i OK st K Amity Lodge of H Friday evening in the Odd Fellows hall at 7 oclock II Rice Dictator E V-- Rowland KKIGHTS Of IV II As V Lo Ige No 43 K P un-- 1e er M hall al oclock L e Kaupin C C F Mil er k of R and S COOKING STOVES WARE HEATING STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ EITOCIT CIITU1 E r CUTLERY AND GUTTERING TIN ROOFS IMPLEMENTS None better Kent 3 FARMING SLUE GRASS ki I handle the popular Bissell Chilled Plows Â¬ means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from In Poor Health health If vou are uuiitsiiLuurwft lie III I also have in connection a Tfasbop with V D Buckley the t tmiHT 111 the Mate in oliarLc tiiittcrintr and rnofinfr ilun r -- 110ft notice THOS H KHRR ruLTLn lJiruTJiruiJxnjTnrLrc 3unjvyrinjTjTjvLrv nrtrtrtrm rLnjujLn ruxrutrui rut rtn TAYLOR BROS The New Hardware Firm MM KTE LI 1T rtritlinr ailments neglected f Dont play with Natures greatest gift frrinii 9 iBrowits hausteil nerous ha e no appetite work a onreiak- - Iron Bitters I comes test ure er v lrst dent k i si frm ii l U benefit t the a Liu Â¬ Ltkc Us J THYLOR BROTHERS U iiTHifHHi JLrurusn It Cures juvl Tirjwuuiruwu vou ne j - K ir 7Trir f inminnnnmuu 2 juvvjuwuwt -P nsx iianiware ntler ii C - i I ir iron ri chain if any kind or ij i cm arj tJVHJlJiJ-UlrUiJTJ-- Â¬ LrLruvruutr j ltt 3u njxruTxij uuttu u la USWIUIUI g r 1 Â¬ YELLOW Â¬ PINE The Vulcan Chilled Plow c qjrt nxLTLTLrLri ruruxTLTLn I b 1 FARLEY BROS THE OLDEST Hardware and Crrocerr Firm i ninjrrLrtp Tht t AYS FLOORING AND cruTj LTLrLruTrL urruxTwi uutjitutj ltu iru uul Be8t crtx1 njxnjTruvriJiruTrLn JxrJJJrlTuxTunruxoaTnl A n nxiruin el oll- - r n - V full si k ol jut-ens- Â¬ Also u eboiee line ol At S 8- - - S l C vjKTH BUIMi I CEILING j iii - aui at 5 lowi st prieea From lve Arr I 7oo a ml M hsu inxLTLnju iTuinjrmirijTruinjiJinruiruuxnjuiruuij - Jo- - Nil ir 17 rstMiij t -- 1 i Â¬ -- And 109 It Vtf- 23 90 an- inen1 JAI Oaaaa r QbSmi CV Â¬ WHAT DOES IT MEAN rrynr 1wp 4 kaanliui of co i Â¬ Â¬ Cheaper Than Ever i SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS ELKHORN ROUTE n- iHli QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE sVVt Â¬ ij A E CARSE - THE SBmic j Stoves sli ami BLUE GRASS HERD 0 RAIL Shackelford Handle llie Lest STOVES They Bare varioas ues at low figures Gentry in Ihe world in i e saasBSSSSkBI S urct jEESET m i i riSFACTION GUAR noa- - in RS WERE nfri SELECT stato- A I i NTKEIi FROM THE BEST KrKDS rJ ihl - tor ak irom rr m 3 - nmassBBBj itri C i J R H BRONAUGH Crab Orchard Kv L NO GRATES SHACKELFORD ft GENTRY keep I a it vXcs Jllii ting yoni coal through new one ou cant afford to use a broken ie and in into the grate let LUMBER FORSALE b et ol lumber and fencing t Harbers coal yard to be sold at once C BLAKEMAN aaaaarotii p Ill MAIN STREET a ffamaR -- Keep a nice clean ho use and will what you want oa -- - S YOUR Vou HOOF LEAKS or a new roof TKY ran Ar it tt THE VERY BEvr SUA ight am tix your gutter J 3 5 WHISKY That is iade per gallon uie cirv in iviiaiu bestinquali 2 the State GUNS AND ifiMUJflTIOM fio to order A igTTrrv year old whisky for ick people wn u n oramiies etc and ioaar tal II wait on vou with great piCJ - we also ha 1 inc iined made - WORMS WHITES CtElH r UNE OF IIARUV VERMiFUCE WANTED Mi --4 sr ec ecJ Dr Price orid j Fair Highest Awarsf Cream Baking Powder MIElilSMITEI Has led all EVERY mu m wobu d BTTU GUASAJITSEQ ti DBCaaiaXt