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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - iff VIII RT 11 I Â¬ ajjmJ A Â¬ VOLUME DTOTTI RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL COLUMN HOME AGAIN Bring Hither the Fatted Calf and I I MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY ut the world UtaumwuMk uai eome over into this o reater joy tkis sublime solaee this magnificent beatitude The night after the battle of Shiloh there were thousand wounded on the field and the am bulances hud not come ure Christian r lyinjr there a dying under the ii to s i n tr tit And ticea uniting Wliiri ilil iTimrria rt iQ siuijj- was cMght up all over the iitoij the wuunilwl until it was were at least 10000 wonnded beir voice as they tame NOVEMBER 14 1894 it I i m NUMBER 23 HUlls Kill It M It Mithlne l Too He Kclurii lor the R il Itny When Frodlcml Dr HMMIttiAflM His Klirn I rooi u Tr Ariind tin- WSI ool - Iltv Dr havintr concli t f or when he came to the next line Ths r MORGAN Di VATES iv - and kill it pv of irin tin iiitiu r Luke rr In nil th world it lia hen to the verse 0 Hke a na id on the first Mon- - WELBY W BURGIX EXTI re must ons 451 However much on may Ih- l er -a- Au Ali1 it tl tur-V iim jo fui hd iomethinyf bounte irtable ii at BOOM DR A WILKES SMITH DESTAL SVROEOX Kentucky - idav has ha ripened t th irremter than anything that orite SI1 v ear IV M evir ATTOJunrrt le s and bia fatbera bonae The ver would coaae - SOU Iio He know lie v Now baying return - POWELL AYTORXEYAT rdav - W W LAW back A Hum rd w u silAi KELFORD Fridav idav ong Ab never rander day on the old i that k IRISH RY ml ri t mil this moment your pardon- yourself for time n for eternity and He is yours and Heaven is yours ami all is your- of Mm like the yoaag man of m have trime far astray know not the history hut you know it- - yoa it When a rOatng msn went forth into ays hisgnardian angel went turtn with him am getting him into a field the guardian angel swept le clear around where the young was a circle of virtue man stood and honor and he must not step he Armed foes came down but were obliged to halt at the oud not i as but one - with diamonded head day a and crossed that circle with tempted it and by that one fell grip was I the circle and diet of you have stepped beyond that Would you not like this day by the grace of God to step baekf bay to yon is your hour of sal was in the closing hours Vnne what is called the clock iwa on the pillow in u Id not move her ucai or move her band Sh n the minis ate should gather in angry and in momentary power ithe delirium lomrv Oh it is a rreat religion to live by and it is a jjreat religion to die by There is only one heart throb bel Just that religion Face of 1 1 I i i - II BRKCK - oi in clock and stood there clock when the nur t tl Do you see i no ir iii it that in every man snin st nrrsioi t f sorrow now une of you would rise htargy and come out ii of sin ami look on tue mtl hear sotneth ii - nor heard before and minute and every very swi now would say- Oh come home to your on prod Come home oin the wildt rnc-s- a nr you lent - R m tit iu 5 - k DR JOHN PIl M M FOSTER I in i E 3 - it 1 1 M Ifl and DR J PS SMITH II RflEOX Kkn Vr n rtn- - T ScrvK i I and ymi r afterward you liim and ng for or of th im and Christ coining in to par ai t r Jotn Bunyan ho Irji rR t la at PR a in I TAYLOR - L Mi Kr Kin Jewelry 3- - ii put rday ai -- day nights 1 Prajei Sunday school econd and fifth s r J ASHBAUGH M D I driTer after irt M- hi BOMOlPATHIHT - family r years re to large in with is put informed that a and Rev Win Crow Jones there tas oent out 1AITIST r Rev I- M A DR II R GIBSON PHY8H IAX Richmond A bands th Kin lint l SI ROEOX - Heaven Dionsare it- - - Saturday and lav Pat-- iator Kev Ti It You j Saturday I I DR i in each month at 7 H STEWART PIIYSICIAX AKD StRni A Kl N the fatted I c nf It is jubilee but it tt banquet than It is compared in i Ret K B John 14- - An flashing ea- water rninjr sod S mdav Pa- T K v DR 11 A KENNEDY the to the muni mountain I 1 wish 1 eoujd il- Campbel saturnav R I VSICIAX AXD SI ROEOX RfCM ert u Am- g Sat- - iv and ur r Rc DRCJ BALI KIN eet i r and life and and put mbjesl ch Wear all this lani an ery wear it now wear it forever son i I the Wrr Rupard PHYSICIAN AXD SI ch the g new aon- the t tiri tian a liriillod Ai- - Ii Uut in each month Pike Thii - ndav and prece - A K irdav and rose Rev M A ATII V M D K K i PHYSICIA KlCHM iP SVRGEOX ck courci He and preceding Saturday e MR 1ST Fiat Wo uV P W 1 ndai and pre Walden iy and preceding dav and prece r th Sun- t I aster nflcn th school ioa Pas- - Firt and third Soiidaidav - meeting Wednesday evening W F Smith Pas rtay at II a m ndav fchio at Q BLACKSMITHING V dak Pond H Second Sundav k rr W S - iimhor KCH i fPI- t tvful yet always rejoicing poor yet making many rieh having not hnrg yet x et it or ten bands of music If ail the people v the great organ came inir all things sermon knew the in but the sound of tiiat one flute as who read this the Christian r of compared with all the orchestra was would pass into the kin greater than all the eombln jd Joy of -- e of iod the next m when compared with the Uaniel andenian WW dying of cholyou lave era his aUi for 20 years a taler veil three much pal His son went tTne- i am - but I fou He will eome back paid to strain was too much and his mind Id you like to e parted and three times a day the father Yea I v n the early morning he watched nioht the ain its arrival tie stepping out ra thing into in of J angers and then the deof the sea and I hai to parture of the train At noon he was sto Iird it is enongh vatchicg liie adva rain watching the departure At liior train watching the from those tame eg k for ten ou are indulging the on would come hack rapiures nd waiting for all kinds if aa not my brother ten years iom nd out thirty years forty years SH fifty years waiting waiting HINhM fhing and if this morn icatly srodigal should oome home - and festivity nd what -Â¬ 11 Â¬ Von have Tseen sometime- - a man in a us lnidy get up and give his expe- mri- Well Paul two Be roaa in the chorea on earth and the Now church in Heaven and fa I notice that wlu n the tro was the it i i ii with any formal cid i He did not come How do you do Yon are until to go out and wash in the trough b n you can come in we Ith you have had Ah no ior of that Tied festival it w ind a fathers joy tl ii i vour father 1 have Thank God thank God I notice also when the prodigal not much sympathy with that descrip- ik ail earnest Christians reI sometime- - hear f you stood on a promontory were a Turkish Sul joice d an unsympathetic and list- - and there was a hurricane at sea and i was blow hag toward the shore an not to the cry of his subject me be saw in one of the a vessel era shed into the rock- - and n land- - a king riding along and you saw people get ashore in the life- and the very last man got on the two ircn were in altercation and one you in other with having eaten your - joy safety it is could not control And I eria tbue when tni the kiny said Then a men who are hurch of the man and by post mortem ex on the ocean of their sins find whether be has amination plant their feet on the ruii of Jesus tht riet And he was slain Ah the iirist ty of a scene like that On a sultan not a despot but a ind lovinsr forgiving and He makes all Heaven riny again when I have no a pr Tiies back 11 A Train Load of Chicago Anar i the death of are him that dieth chists Dumped If a man fioes not go to Heaven it is c Xii dif- le will n fcreree the color no difference the They Were on Their Way to Attend a ry no difference the antecedent- Terence the surroundings no dif Demonstration in the Cemetery When the white ference the sin victory are brought Spies Parson Memory out to celebrate the eternal triumph Inunci llngetof A Nuuilier of Fincher Imfrg the if them and as lixl jT rs Were Injured But None srl- than all His joy is greater MMBJ Herr Johaun Hut Speaks tnd when a -- ul comes back there is in hi- - heart the surging of an infinite OuirAuo Nov IS Fifteen hundred of gladness and to express that anarchists went out to Waldheim Sun gladness it takes all the rivers of pleas itternoon to attend a demonstra Â¬ and all the thrones of pomp anil tion in memory of Spies Iar ons of eternity It is a Joy Fischer Lings and Engel who except all it than and depth and higher than Lingg who committed suicide were wider than all width all height hanged for the part they took in the It Havmarket riot Herr Most addr raster than all immensity overtops it nndegiri - it outweighs all the assemblage About one thousanu the united splendor ami Joy of the of the red bedecked men paraded the i Who can teii what Gods joy btreets Sunday and marched to the Wisconsin t ntral depot where thev You ri member reading the story of t boarded a traift of twelve cars The day of fe a king who on some great train wns vjrecked however at Forti- Â¬ scattered silver and old anion eth street and the passengers experi- Â¬ i opla wiio sent valuable presents enced some difficulty in reaching their courtiers but me thinks when a nation soul cornea buck God is so glad to exThe place of the wreck was a junction Bis joy He flings out new worlds into sj ace kindles up new suns and ng the white robed anthems ciin d a greater hallelujah with a voice that reverberates But I i tian ministry I wish somcbixly wond w rite a good rousing book about the joys of the Christian mini try since entered the profession I have seen of the goodness of God than I will be able to celebrate in all eternity I know some boast about their equilibrium and they do not rise into eithu iasm and they do not break down with emotion but confe you plainly that when I see a man coming to God and gtvinr up hi- - -- ins feel in body mind and soul a transport When I see a man who is bound hand and foot in evil habit emaneipat ad rejoice over it as though it were my own emancipation When in our e mmunion service such thror young and old stood uri at the altars and in the presence of Heaven and earth and hell nttested their allegiance to Jesus Cnrist I felt a joy s mething akin to that which tin tiN tc when he describes Whether in the body I can not U out of the body I can not tell God knoweth Have not ministers a riih to rejoice when a prodigal eoaMS home They blew the trumpet and ought they not to be glad of the gal bermgof the They pointed to the full supply and ought they not to rejoice when souls pant as the hart for the water brook All things They came forth savin are now ready ought they not to re-w hen the prodigal sits down at the banquet Fife insurance men will tell you that - live ministers of religion ai nger than any other It is eon firmed by the statistics of all those who calcu Why is it late upon human In There is more draft upon the nervous system than in any other profession ieir toil is most axhaustin have seen ministers kept on misei stipends by parsimonious congrega tions who wondered at the dullness of the sermons when tne men of God were cod almost to death by questions of livelihood and had not enough nu- Â¬ tritions fixxl to keep any fire in temperament No fuel no fire I have sometimes seen the inside of the life of many of the American clergymen nev er accepting their hospitality because they can not afford it but I have seen on with salaries of and S oo a year the average less than that their struggle well depicted by the western missionary who says in Thank you for your last reÂ¬ letter mittance until it came we had not any in our house for one year and although it was a severe all la winter our children wore their su And these men of iod Iferent parts of the land glintr against annoyances and exasper-Â¬ ations innumerable soase of them week after week entertaining a U bo have ma itting themselves to all styles of annoyance and yet without complaint and cheerful of soul How db you account for the fact that these life insurance men tell us that ministers as a Class live longer than any others It is be of the joy of their work the joy of the harvest field the joy of greeting prodi- lOme to their Fathers house We are in sympathy with ail inno We can enjoy a heart song and we can be merry with the merriest but those of us who have toiled in the service are ready to testi- Â¬ fy that all tr are tame pared with the satisfaction of at men enter the kingdom of God The great eras of every mini ter are the outpourings of the Holy Ghost and I o I nave seeu twenty of them 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ at a rate of Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report an hour the hat the switch was and blew his As the front of the engine whistle went over the switch the switchman shifted the lever sending the front trucks of the engine on one track and the other wheels on The engineer and another track Do t m time to save fireman ji themselves thuttj h the engineer may die being injured internally The enk and with the gine is a THE COLD WEATHER BB of the owner o the land Generally front car of the train now lies a few placed in roaa the track bottom side up the and owner can designate where the The car which turned over wt the way shall be and it need not nec ed until there was not standing room essarily be the shortest or i OH A - and for another person veiient route If the landowner does windows were shut and could not be owner of the not designate the in opened so no one could get out until ans m won may select his route I do it vix to oo lri WILL be a miner after an exit hai in a proper place with reasonah IlTir W B W were b of p aised gard to the interests of the owner of One man had his hand so badly mashed In fact the land When the riht ha t that his tin itt will have to be ampu- Â¬ ed by prescription it must be ntj ar ill- in rheumatism of the hea tated continued in the particular place ready been eerai week- - He hi The anarchists reached their desti has where the claim was useil wbicfa has of the schools since their or nation by walking a mile to Madison liecome the right by user In fact a ago and had i and going out on electric cars claim to wander at will over the prop-Â¬ such the pride of the city It was a slow way of trai erty of another cannot become the -- year-old i in child of Postm a crow d as there were but few cars ation of a legal riyht When the of i rwensboro fell running tne cemetery was finally person owning LOME AN D HI reached and wreaths of dowers most- Â¬ the place for anut ly red in color were placed on the and was burned to change it but if it ienly A Hobsjcthikvi HSATISG S73Y3 A sin opera irnpa1 trrives of the live dead anarcl The fir t speech of the day was made he may deviate from it passing over BTS A SA2T03 A ZZJlZZ by E M Quinn and for anarchistic tine saimals have been ng land but Mamiii k is said to have a hai nted damage a discourse wa- ig mild till the place is AND EVERYTHING The crowd was cautioned to keep house mad- - passable or the obstructions re- 1TTMK ACCOMPXN Y I when Herr quiet but foi moved valley will Most the New rci The owner of the land is Herr Mosft style seemed to take well in repair Ii Fire Brick Hearths Ciinncy e3 Ikn ions granted the other day and prolonged lent f the Lou The 3cc tf Herr Most in hi- Backs Ccckii pa to cicil county rncn than a little may repair it himself and remove all i e W lat Hill lr One J obsta rriginal w want him and under count y owner of the land may in the absence BBATI I I Tift v Ton Helt ey rga n na of ai are Mary Metcalfe i arKsle Vicholascoun West gates and bars a erect ty minors of John Bricking Neu Tumi- - hall Much bad f entrance of t eeted CLAUDE CO phell cou and it is believed that the person using- the way must Wiiii k returiiinjr home the a jiermanent split tnem after they have passed through night from a protracted meeting at the societies of anr v do not they are liable for all i town 10 llon- Trouble was experienced by the an of cattle es Brchists in getting permissit n to hold kinsvillea party of iu couples of j e corning bration in the cemeterj on the Ian had it been known by the officials that In the case of a right gained by pre- ISTHEBS r CO The horses of tl llerr VO UAL NOSiJEAMNO n if it Uc cemetery for tue occasion 5 CORDOVAN particular purpose as for carl Would have or it red to at from a wood lot it cannot he aixnit tw -- Baking STOVES Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ You Need Stoues STOVE GRATE i Â¬ I Given Satisfacti rr Y- SMITHS i W L Douglas WllwL Ateyaiel Miwrnir Ki row -- o the white men jut - against the pe party arrived north hi - day rill a- the the travel over way A right acquire ioes not can i go w ith a team f dulL the v Alt - thn f r p - mi bt dav ell n ing for t at dnybr p reat festival 1 ut for tinheavy folds of black which eroes - hurt i a tz 2 Si nvtv Smith the Bus in joining land used if ciple- - front o hung Son would have space had coir th nght fainted and f 11 in Her body was terrible burned the Hesh in many places falling from tue Time op n t ions business men of Horse a right but pa- the right another but can gen rally be prin ry ae- froni tie i Yoa nil inir because we tAS3 I ii D with the estate to which owner to ra ier of many fcuch universal mous number to lament a powerful monarch enor and more Hai c 0nty have commercial club f More Knllshternient Needed soldiers had not tx t ronation of Alexander III than ten years airo -- rn it of of ths a wr pe is one im f the union are in such neral JACS FBiSSJlAiT not a GornettHouse Saloon ulti- lf i Â¬ i WRECKED Â¬ la--el- l- uui-ver-- e This my son was ti s he cries ind is alive ajrain At the opening- of the exposition in New Orleans I saw a Mexican riutist Tuni lie played the solo and then after untainsof frankincense hoed back from the everlast- - IJbsI sWf aw si KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with by more promptly less expenditure adapting the worlds best products to the needs of physical being will attest the vaiue to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs ae to its presenting Its in the form most acceptable and pleas- Â¬ Hie refreshing and truly ant t - of a perfect lax- bem t in to millic and yt siv ii t the great Fathers heart at your coming- home You will Three Funeral a the SaupM Time HrxriMiiiN Ind Nov 1J A very lay Mr nnusual occurrence tuiic place here ay when three funerals were held art in the Catholic at one time emt tte are organ- The dead were John Hail maw Tolui law 1 lynn and Norton Beef er who were Billed araite ex who was nearly plosion Thousand pie turned hieU out to awere sad indeed The funeral pr ago - side 6ion was headed by t A i Mt lliret the e and the carriages moved the this fall tiiat ever same way Back of these was one S aie farmers have a- - much a single line of ear hearse followed rt aiiy in No such occurrence ever took as siT Pi other day pines here before m as follows Original tie Murdered aud Thrown Into Fire Humphrey Casey county Philip Boon la Nov 12 A party of r Newport tan tunty tramps camping on tne edge of the emental lames A Holt I town had a row Saturday night and Lyon county Increase marblecntter oie of their Mason Grant county earned Hendricks s etc Amelia Danner with a coupling pin and his Ixxly fire police have The thrown into the Mas Johnson died near eaptsred six oi the gang n the other niirht from injuries Comuiouweat -- liener Arrested received iu falling- on the ice last aria S PlKHLo CoL Nov r lien or Ssssdera who eosnmandrd the Cripple oxey arm which lcxi hen THE RIGHT OF WAY May on a stolen train and wasenptured An Interest inc Subject Olsruued by sa In Castas h been arrested m warIntelligent Lawjpr rant charging him w it i the theft of a When one person has a right to pass il for his ootive He gai over the laud of another this right is appearance next Wednesday called a right of way There are three OH On a lei tnriiis Tour methods by m hich this right can be ac Washin irman W quired Fiit by purchase or land L Wilson stopped over n Washington prant from the owner of the land Sunday and left Sunday nisrht for ind by long continued use or preNew England v In ivers three scription Third by necessity To ob- In a request for tain a permanent rirht of wav bv the es an interview he declined absolutely to lirst method there must be a complete aUatausj politics deed nf it with a th- formal ties iv- quired in the deed of the land itself KENTRIvY STATE NEWS It is such an interest in the land as the law requires to be by a deed If Miss II ttik PAKKXa a passenger on the bargain was an oral one or even Xo 1 southbound died on the train In writing if not in the form of a deed just before reaching Glasgow Juncit would not hold It should be granted tion The remains ware taken to under seal and acknowledged in those llowlinsr Green and were then shipped states where the law requires a deed to Marion Mi Parker wa- - in charge to be sealed and acknow ledired A right of way is acquired by preof her hrrrthfir in lair Kev K A Uran don whom she had been visiting in scription by an adverse rre ft years In some states 15 yea- - i r some the mountains of Kentucky in By of benefiting ber health Her other period is the tiino needed eoniiition growing wi e Mr Hranuoii adverse use is meant a use under a claim of right If used by consent of arted home with her to M She not thinking the end the owner of the land it will not be wa- - ij years of ag e and died of con- Â¬ If one person allows sufficient sumption ier to pass oer his land as a this permission will never ripen Iktkr IrpiTit crazed from tie a legal right which the owner of fects of a pro nd cannot put an end to The after-to pull out his way must have been used in an open BOOa at the city hospital peaceable manner and continuously causing his death a feu hours later during all these years Its use must While left alone for have been an uninterrupted one but a strong cell at the ho managed to grasp hi- - tonguewith not necessarily by the same person It hands and tore it partially out before is suliicient if by the owner of the esthe attendants discovered his act He tate for which the right is claimed hos nearly bled to death hi continued from seller to buyer or pital the Bos from ancestor to heir When the right is once acquired it the torn arteries In condition after continues to belong to the estate in favor of which it exists and is called unable to stand the loss of b he sank rapidly until abi an easement in the laud of the other A way by necessity arises when a land when he suddenly i r sells off the back part of his lot A Kl MTKI of ps and there is no leg al way by which the p irt thHt in many pi purchaser ean get onto his purchase except by passing over the remaining e the hour lane of ths seller He has then the aTe ebj right to paea our this remainirst land t to f e to his own so Iocs ae the francb sity exists If the purchaser buys A oukat many people in some adjoiuinsjf land over which he can are greatly stirred up and mi get out to the hishwey or if a at Rev CI road should be opened to the land the refused to allow political speakings to right of way is ended although the new way may not be so direct or conbe held in his venient as the old one It ie said to be AxuTiiKi horrilie enrder has r rule which will not work both f aindoTuer sells part i nearest to the street aud - is no means by which t from bis remaining land it over the part sold he eniss and i 1 i ma- ways me N V tody Ih It is a mistake to it only farmers are concerned merchants and manufactn who itep intry for their patronage are also Tnt ed Interested Pure Whiskies Brandies Wines c ment HI and ougiit to join in the moveJournal of Commerce Chicago Â¬ CONDENSED NI i iiiOS hrcl Irux Sty noes H l I leiraiih i IiTsnf thetonatry Ienly in r i - SOLIDTRAIAS CINCINNATI PA I --1 Hfiktta awaiting A a ri e in the river red many LOUIS 1 twenty miner Amherst Boleoral estati in St i t ROUTE The Â¬ Sunday all - Â¬ pbelL own - N J tr i great aliens ar A Â¬ during the nine til ing ii by a mentary re- urn ju1 if IVnver The tire ami - I - B 0 MARTIN THE G M A teetit of th icnt and Â¬ epartment for lack The Fairmont owned by D J Humprm was 000 of fun Balti-t CORNER SALOON fW Va - leii on At Bellaire while work it in the bla t furau i James in kinds id can In I at the thigh and ing He was married At fogan the Mrs Ihil Tho eturned a verdict car by Gov Boekiug- - Hom s at the bar or to your h i r re ii u oi - - Â¬ Cou- - L T WILSON Prop aompsoa McKiuieys pj The silver men of Colorado and ntini ire matin for launching a silver pa i JOB PRINTING AT- - south a THE CLIMAX OFFICE - I no tfi MUUWft ii - r tor mssj as uiee Organize Ilint - I Friend GttLD BIRTH Easu1 te ee from ii drug- - ill you saka esjr You will Rirhmond THE CLIMAX eo TLfi wl ts au- - ax Printing 1KK VKAR NoV 14 Co rilK K 150 lion and no we see Pennsylvania New York Massachusetts nhio and Illinois utr to their normal allegiai ud legaizwl jidiiit r of tin eople an lakinc an intelligent - nably i ed for anythil tlu ir poekett and they haI lull packets inpel tin- - vote There if nothing illation iiere the ird Ilit is we potest in the direct ratio with every league measured protect- industries we lind thai and way off in a -11 cays the Roundabout is fastdving out in Frankfort and the citj- - is now as healthy as Diphtheria anv of itK in epidemic i sire in the oouutry Tiik Republicans stood around Tuesday night in open nioutlied wouder They is though they were afraid the reports were a fake of some kind Tiik must cogent reason for the MST elei lion of so manv Democrats last week is that they failed in getting a sufficient number of iotas Tills year appears to lie full of recortl breakings lliio has with a Republican majority of HI00u over C 1 Yalandiug Hi It- the Itemocnttic principle ham in 1863 noag pea- It requires mueh more of an effort la n their ii hither timl some place the Republicans did not ami to cariithan to record those which they tor awhile with Populism did yielded no e mail over tiller hi ami then lore no disappoint- Turn nane Giass Clipper says The intermediate Kentucky distillers daring the past year rrnal majorities have made 20133H03 gallons of whisky Indiana covered by Foi United States Senator James II i ex lresiit n Harrison Met reary Itinna ye hear the slogan nothing to r ltseli il OvKMpaUS through on a majority of majority MM Iteuny will con the off j n permanently num idnt it drop with a dull thud our political history that inl Mr and Mrs John Warner of Ford are visiting Mr and Mrs J W Mast Ierkins this week The residence of Hugh Richardson caught tire from a defective flue one day last week but was extinguished before much damage was done The lilting exercises of the Sunday School at Mt Lehaaoa M K Church South near Mt Lehaaoa Post office Jes samine county were very appropriately heid last Friday evening it being Arbor A boat five hundred Day eople were in attendance from Puoser Nirholasvi le Backwoods The Jessamine Hills and not a fen from the Blue grass near Lo gana Nothing to eat on the grounds but weirot a scent of no it could not hae been water suffice to say the parties were from a distance The exercises were opened by music on the organ fol-Â¬ lowed with prayer by Rev Martin Johns The beautiful Miss Minnie Cobb delivered the address of welcome in a charming manner which elicited niu li favorable comment among the audience This was followed by speeches and recitations by the scholars which was gratifying to parents and teachers May the good they have accomplished in their Sunday School widen out until it is swallowed up in the glorious triumph of the Saints in Heaven Â¬ Â¬ nejith the load of tlie luxury were carrying awav popular - voice of our Xh rang at it as usual however auctioneers and they reot vtry tfod J J McFinnis rep- its the sale head of horses and mules at from M to He sold all he offered at 70 per head prices that wer satisfactory to the own- Â¬ ers Harrodsburg Iinocrat - be abi without a du - md sell them pre was ilDp iutotbe Initei alone to June from October 1803 31745 oi p amounts from Canada Tin estimated yield per acre in bushels is placed at H6 ieid pel tns is M ami litI ALARiALftl POISON ttoperffeel rocleaa pretttsea Results from atmoapberic t 5 SHIP potatoes Nearly 7i one i not soesaiiiif prea the I oat- - iui Ihal ars is i and Tfae following is said to be a verbatim It is stated that another Hind issue of 00100 il imminent The reason as Â¬ account of the introduction fan eminent we are enabled to ilraw to a far Western audience tar- - signed is that it is necessary to keep the violinist Ladieaaad gentlemen began Colonel order to gold reserve m the Treasury The rate of interest on the new Imii1s will be Dandy Iolk the well known real estate agent stepping to the front of the etaee about three n r cent it is leieated in pen IVesiden- - MORE BOMs ART IN THE OCCIDENT i i i ooav- - I I from the from the ti - SSSATOR phauinx il il s it il the beucliciarn- and that is pre- - jit to her iiiieieitetl a the party iii landed to p and branch With lli lilt is k as that the ipt elei -- The long WtpariUl of Hon James It Met reary in the Lower House of Con- ininently tits him for ttie more ex alted honor of rep resenting his State as a t He is at onee a statesman and a diplomat and his long continued and satisfaetorv services for his patty are deserving oi this tribute on the part of the i his worth and merit His late triumphant race tor CeaapsaHMde under the dilticiihies and euvironnients which bead the Democratic part v show to the State and to the world how he stands in the hearts of his people in the Fighlh district Who of all the State Itetude has been so ably supported by his nit we all attention to these torthe reason that we deem this man the most available U st qualified and most entitled to the honor and the lie who would perform the dataea with the in st aatiafactory results to the citi- I Commonwealth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0RKE3PONDKXCE BBOOKSTOW v heart igtit- - and addressing the audience it is my privilege this evenin to introduce to you Signer the notorious furrin tiddler who will endeavor to favor us with sme high class and A No violin playin The signor area bora and raised in Italv where tiddlin is not merely a fad but as mack of business as pnlitha is in this eountrv and when it comes to handlin uiemw ne ampnaucaiiy knows arbor he is at He hasnt dropped into our n -t i eui ou eoiiifs uii i tlie iusiMes oi me iiierarv societv w n is pay in his wages and bakin him to the last gasp So et it be understood that if you happen to have any criticisms to offer you are to do your kiekin to the society aad not to the signor Ill jest add that if you expect him to swing the lid lie around his head or play it under his leg like we u ed to skip stones aerOM the swimmin hole when we were little boys and giils you mav just as well go now and nit voiu money bark from the doorkeeper for the signor haint that kind of a player That all I have to nay atpreaant Start her ap njgnur From the Kiitors Drawer in Harpers ne for October 1 i I i that ection It siiow and a wintry wind doth blow riot is over what will our croak-Â¬ ers do Willie P Felands smile now greets us at R P Mt Cords at Red Nov 1th at 4 oclock as it ws his regular appointment at ion in the forenoon 1 SDMK AMI PAU - li times an I MrGamboe preached 1 Sunday that rallv Ml V in tn holly ini- - Arbor Day was duly celebrated at our lnday Nov th A short pro- gramme was rendered as follows I Recitation The Beach Margaret Baxter The Maple Abbie i r B The Walnut The Baxti Zerella IWthenia Lucy i M Recitation Cord Elm Oak - a contrary will their own will bare 5 Recitation twin The mamtc- a ai ii II a not i Fanning troop and t Oaaeert Recitation young ladi s Ait r which the cirla marched u the rard where appropriate execcaaa followed the Ilantiug the hoys Then ail red to the house where games and a spelling match were enjoyed alike bv M ltn Msi oi me pairon- I at least by a basket Four waiters were aoi iinted vtina - apKr in the exr iss except Zereida Hnghnety who always nhrja her jrart well Being great I V with Arnolds manner of conducting a ialiy with the dinner all ere wining to iisiian to mwl one vear hence iil fl T N T rcaaiix school at Nicholasville Mrs AriatOLiat1 is spending a few - in iarrard Mr D B House shipped a tine lot of fat hog hist week 11 i i J - have a con fraudulent bal- ma- - Miss Ruth Terrill is attending ka ir ere obtained at the sale of the elieeLs of T K Sbnffon Tues XVI - but it will in von dont want me to day of last week Milli cows brought id d by the House lkfr OH hllM p Stil sheep from SJS to So hi Mr Tom Stevens and his mother-in-laELM per cwt horses from S H to will remove their families to Fold SIKl cr bead jennets from S40 to SHiL Who Monday corn per harrel at the heap A good w leal lott Mrs alie Barbara ha sold her farm crowd present although it was a rainy hey thought the si ns wen not younger men to rake to Mr Baies of Virginia and will re day lieorgetown Times ti- in The German Senate has issued a de wv move to Richmond soon After an illness of several weeks Mr cree which irohihits the importation of as were the and have let got through Richard J White died last Tuesday American cattle and fresh heel bananas kick His remains were interred in Richmond law cargoes were landed there reeently un- among which were animals suffering cemetery Tint way to alsiiish protection from Texas fever Our Mr A 1 Settle has sold hi iovernment - to it and tempoiizwill investigate the matter and if Kssi goods to Mr M D Settle of Big Hill ble airh it will I The have the decree revoked The dew ill remove to Berea soon bill although a Lr at improvi- - and cree as long as it stands will tend to de Closed OuU The Dailv BnWt ill partv ment on tne McKinley law is the press slightly the cattle market tn this toexiet until a substitue is found the its kind The peaple an now n senting country for the absent partner of the firm the tar lines of njirress in not lest roy- In 1W3 George Steele raised a paten of What Terrill farmer is it that has his llaaether when it had the e in- about UN paaataoi tobacco m the Brooks wer Tranecnpt blaiJdierry vines that are laden with fruit mowed to the ground and prefers Vends tract west of town Heiut the I W notice t kobaceo of that year and in the Ifsaag ai aaaber of the that his walnuts rot and waste on the s an orgaa of the ground rather than let his tenant a 1SI4 jilanlx came up trom the roots A M K church published which plant grew s thrifty that he con Â¬ monthly in poor man with a large say tins place It destitute familv cluded to prom jam to be a newsy gather cultivate them lie topped and sell them for something to little sheet in its chosen lieil them at the time of the big snow in May t eat n folio and is edited by Rev I He cut the tohacco in June leaving A A faaag Uidy and her sweetheart the some plants that rijiened the seed in this citv Snecem to it on its latter heiinr a Ieuiocrat and the former ianity and reform luly In the latter part of August he beta a Bepabticaa qaarraBed over the DOt Correspondent report more rye than cut another crop from the same roots will le ture in Iex- - election The result wan that the yonnj making the third crop from the original usual sown this fall principally lor wiu- n the evening of Nov 2M on man returned home with a eroarnlem uii- - 11n1111 oi 11 10 oe piowe1 unhat plants The tobacco is small but is the subject Morgs arid His Men Mr der in the spring The areige is estima Â¬ ieo liallew heretofore hut no tine and bright -- Owingsville Outlook he aim liiled wirji in- - more a warm Heiuoerat snys ted at M per cent they are Volumes hare been written relative to toiinaliori and is pi not only and they ooRil to he turned out of liAKIEY cures for and preventatives of hog cholbat instructive We hope he office You are right Mr Ballew and era J H An unusual crop of barter has been Powell an experienced and will tind it to bia advantage to deliver 1 habere that you now bt realize that it is successful farmer ol Madison count v sown auc at looking well The estimattureiu Richmond better iate than neyer But roa will doss not believe that one hulf the ills ed acreage is placed at 80 per cent attar yourself trraeenjreee u the that bet your herds are cholera and he Ho Jiv M OIIN ward Lepuhliean luirly that is no uood It is dcfiends more on preparing cootfertsbU The of the Sth know evnlent that you The ssentMl lias lieen tine for drying want to belong to tlie iiuarters lor lu Ihks tlmn on oil i Wl cy man and have party that W1M orvou IV corn and a targe part of it baa bees crib woul MW I that are Oasd when hel Some complain that it is not so -T7 intrferlessivinehisluty - jumwHiie 011 ano a 111 sickness comes iiii iflmtr him to ti ifmsui tlie good as was expected otherv that it is laaaainunt one m mat is the u ace nreseni lue f11 m- - -- enaie an you -- a oriicaiecoilfcli- - hetter cultivated than usual the ground canli fr v j - reller unul Tlltii lliii ni rii il medio uuiiiinrifd razor better prepared lieiore planting and that for yourself and your country hack varieties and naaot be carefully e iuiu nS raiseo wan less rain than attetide1 to by providing proper shelter ever was aad in tlie well known before I vii try and get ifivc an ii aul couifortahle sarroondings it d ALIEY VIEW an estimate yield pr acre next month is to be kept awav He lortities his pe minted couditi - Fannie Sjnr iitin rcla- - tition by citing hi- - hearer to numerous effn an1 ha tier cent in Ohio cases among the herds of his neighbors All r tiiiiii are tuigbtr gm men JeBaamim- - Journal inj relative at wnere improper care has caused the In due time ye shsil rt crop of potatoes is rep I uion this week owner to loose all The government rejwrt is smaller than Key Mr Williamn of Lexiugton NotVithstanding mw the disagreeable for many rMM rut i iianurb ai tlie preactie1 here as da J morning and even- - weather last Monday the crowd was present price are a better crop than nWut nn- larger than it has teen on court day for whiiit A bushel of iMii Hu a i urti he tound it rspnriock Thomas Smith and lit- - some time There n it r rriut h m souie stock ottered aud sold at Ohio are lisitwii relatives wer W l Um Ue s litUe letter than on the preTiou 7 om here day It may not be out ol order to me Hr arli ly sale at rta Holinar talrr that from all in Ttey re ire more risi -- ter mor liih renceasthere ttie near gn i ieMi 11 outer con ntrMscan and an effort w Â¬ i - the returns is only Mil be thoro The Association of Shropshire Sheep Breeden will hold their annual meeting at Chicago iraiid Pacific Hotel Nov 27th The Young Housewife Hare you any nice chickens The Poulterer Yes maam The Young Housewife- - Well send me a couple in time for dinner and I want them with the crOQoettea left in do roa understand --Chicago Record Partly tender ti es and shrubs need to be but partly sheltered in winter to survive all the freezing to which thev are expand Penally by placing forest leave- - or a bunch of evergreens about them they will come out all right rarmers Home Journal Brooms will likely tie higher next year as the crop of broom corn is thonit t be twenty percent abort of aa average ami the price has advanced from jCw Slid per ton to STon SlLli er ton Al out ball the ciop in this country is grown in four counties in Illinois Fanuera Home Journal When the udder of a cow swells occasionally on the side and the milk is unfit for use give iodide of potassium in one dr doeea twice daily in bran mash for two VMfct 11 ii loci is swollen bathe it with hot water three times a day and rub on a little tincture of arnica after bathing Farmers Home Journal Butter canned and hermetically will beoneoi the articles of commerce before long Canned butter is pjjte as practicable as canned lard or peaches Thus sealed up butter of the first class can be shipped to any country lroni the equator to the poles and opened and eaten iii good condition Farmers Home Jour- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ report a sh I vera men t rep a decrease of In per cent and till the itmv am ii i price has decline virv materially since A lucky man is cue w ho saves what lie my last report The average mi earns compared to lull amount is s percent A wise man is ore who has been often ii deceived There has beetl a inent Do a man more than one favor and he of fat cattle from this State in th w ill expect it as a regular thil month The prices held up well The There never was an ugly man who did - placed at 7 per cut not excuse his looks by thinking tnat he number of cattle o was smart As to the report mi White Itiiley to- Â¬ Some people you like until you find will quote tie remarks ol them out and others you do not like un- bacco of the correspondents from some of the til you find them out From the counSometimes men do not realize that White Burley counties thev are lucky until years after they ty of Bath of this The to have had their good lack Tammany county in quality length and brightness is superior to anv evel raised Times whilst oo there mav be a shortage in acreage the weight w ill more than make up the differ Â¬ shout 11 KHOWS From the county of Mason The Most jieoiile enjoy the music of in- - ence late cut tobacco is of a very inferiol teiest liearing notes lie who is behind witii his work must ly having been cut green spondee from Shelby reports io always lie driven to it baoco coring up nicely The condition The toe of your boot is not a for October as to White Bui ley is placed thing to caress your cow with The early morning song of the robin at t per cent The reports bom the dark tobacco counties are hardh ao enhas no charms for tie indolent man he best rooking school for the daugh couraging but some ol tiiem very ter is the kitchen where the mother is From the county of Trigg tlie corre spoiident reports The best vi id fi r all skilled in the culinarv art lifruits The corner grocery seems to hare a products for ten yean corner on a good many lazy farmers of good caltivatil ll more than From whose hedges need trimming American son cum and tobacco especially the county of Christian Tobacco about Agriculturalist 40 per cent cut green O Somegood but as a whole an inferior crop Tlie conNot K ow X UOIV Think deliberatelv of the house yoo dition of dark tobacco for Octobi r cent lire in your body Make up your mind placed at si II KM not to abuse it Eat nothing that will The condition for nun it wear nothing that distorts or at 80 per cent The quality is sup I not pains n vict to be ven tine uals or drink or work Give yourself regular and abundant sleep Th T acre Keep vour body warmly clad At the in tcs is place first signal of danger from anv of the per acre thousand enemies that surround you deNearly all WW fend yourself the State report be to Do not take cohbgrard yourself again t very short The cru nt from it it roa feel the first symptoms give Fayette report We hare yourself hemic treatment Oct into I hare b en ori fine glow of heat by exercise month The farmer will bay the only body von will ever have in this to take is stork through the A large share of pleasui world inter to aiiot pain of life will come through the nee of the com nth il the you make of it Study deeply and dilifinancial condition of tlie farmer had imÂ¬ gently the structure of it tie laws that proved 111 the lat Ituie should govern it the pains and penalties acre 71 answered m that will surely follow a violation of every and a nun larjn per law of life or health New York Discent and a large Dumber did not return patch any anaaer OLD GKUMliLKIi correcti OonsuB prom these evil effects Mr J A Rue Otta For thre years I was laria which can SS KIRKPATRIGK 1011 I a M I JOHNSON T LIBERTY ST RE -- and th - lost I PITTSBURG PA THE HIGHEST CfiSH PRICES 13 h it con iKTinanraii I now eori A and er health than CTer OurTrpatiw rn Blood and kinTMsesses to any addreaa SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Itlaata 6a Hb U I Â¬ 1 City Property Â¬ SALE I FORl 1 clots n a SPECULT1 SEftD FOR OUR PR 5-- Z- have a Hue ly a BM ence situated very iiiidn DtSRf3ll factories I LOIS Â¬ on different streets in the best ncildiorin town public corners Aso lots so livery Salles Mule SI or Manu II IOVYKI I 1 Â¬ II TARIFF 1 - ERYEo -For a tfwsl hreiiktrfvr dinner or per lor on supÂ¬ Â¬ f Shirts and the n 0 I I MRSHMAILR NO 21 FIRST STREET Fresh Oysters Pigs i Mackerel an Uen Also Mince Mi af Apple Butter Mixed i timl Dried Friui SEASONABLE IRItE vrll ct largest line of Clothing Hats Caps r l ld with snt Tariff Off I Before or Under and hoar M I CHMONDSTEAH Â¬ LHUNDRY rrk done promptly 11 - well as any other Laundry in In- Country W ti- here se i Â¬ TARIFF OFFi1 - MP on It has lieen Inm as thev have just called the young people down in Mt Sterling for the mmc offence we would sugg st that the church A blaze will sttrt Powell Turley authorities here do the same thing it is a tine of rx for each oftame A hint Wo I Mc- th - lfiicient and we hope a Icri tn it will not hear of any more of this kind of Intosli conduct iiioiiij - never eap as now ai Stouru rs oldet clothin Â¬ to attend church and prayer meeting for tie pan few weeks and it has happened that he has been placed CO that he wa eompeUed to sit and listen to tie glmg of some of Richmonds church going young ladies We would b that it these young ladies onh church and prayer meeting to make mashes and look sweet at the boys thev I y n i naj mmmy niircli is no place for this kind of catting up and ii 1 1 i oii the writer the lot of Ni iii - Mi V t on Powell i Norember Are you An -- mi Turley is insured I PRICES NO HIGHER or v V ale t App 5 We have the largest line We have he latest st y h We have the lowest priees for i eustoni clothing inn ir hats v Tur hat v Tin W 3 Stand lv Home Peop 1 Ihey will stand b -- I I etc I Largest line of Clothing We make Sp its and child 1 i SOLICITED S BUSK EYE 1 rdcr at fr mBLEivsnii nu I OINTMENT 6 monthly crop report mond Vi ii- - nal Yerv good prices st Â¬ i -- rename of the correspondence to this otlice for the inontl of October lso 4 The drouth that has prevailed in that Mate for months past has been broken in a very few counties The sow ahaat has been very atach retarded in many localities and some cones udents report wilt not fan able on account oi the drouth to sow more than oae haif crop All ground except corn ground had become so very bard that it not be plowed Where there has hen rain the crop looks well come up well and is making gMd growth hut many counties report that in laoks small and tender From aonte -- eetions when it was sown early fears are had that it baa sprouted and perished for the want of moisture which it is hoped is not hue f r it is too late to re sow I have sent out from this office this fall three kinds wheat namely Oregon Red Russian and Bed Clausen three very excellent varieties grow in Ohio v Judge Van meter a very large farmer who raises ail the very best varieties that he can find I have bought wheat from him for the past three years and my correspondents write tne very flattering reorts from all the different varieties I have received a niimher of very fine samples from our State hut think it best to buy from an other Mate believing that a change from one state to another is baneaVaaL Qeke a number of parties have written asking the name ol the w heat sen them Will answer hat jt was one of the three names mentioned shore The hags wri all named but were lost iivshipping The three varieties arts all smooth- - head wheat I think our farmers are so well pleased with feeding wheat to stork not only to hogs hut to horses and cows that thev will notdecrease the acreage hut rather increase it Ior fee for cows and horses thev have it ground very coarse The estimated acreage of wheat sown this fall us placed at hi per cent A mi re imrsk rillllf Fiftgii BslliiS perfect fit ck heforc von I are now over tv thousand new CURES HOTHIHS BUT PILES perimmers in table ol 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE The extreme speed peril m m known for 15 years as the now includes Robert John fa BEST REMEDY for PiLESjjj I Gentry 04 u soin it v aiIi nut eeianra Joe latchen 5 0 Mascot 04 flying Jih van Meter of Bowling v Hark- ness the ta Kmieror V It Bagbr which heboaght of Will Deatherage of Richmond in July His dam - a danghter of Ilylas and it is reported that Van Met r drove idm a mile at Nashville in HiJ Reported price S50U0- - 8nck rami - Lp and guaran4 Call and sec n buy Real Estate Â¬ FORV I STOUFFERS TH OLDEST IN Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR G W EVANS Clothing House SON - iW CREAM BAKING -- For rent or exchange an elegant rei dence ol ii rootai in a jjood localit Jr coal and lumber rard in town with new tore hou e and Fairbanks k lla in the oflio E rerr thing complete read for bniiatm Will exchange for good farm or tenn of icar- - cheap -- RICHMOND No 7 First Street MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free om Ammonij Aiuni or any other aciulterait IRD mmm TO 5 A FARM looil A milt- - ol Richnonl improved land at il I Per 2 in FARM directly on a from town CO land and tobacco barn i re load ve mie turnpike tobic Irice 9jq pi 1 10000 In next m mi J j A FARM olS Bern in 2 Richmond Good land and improve- 50 per acre payments bsuB A R G A I Nut ATTRACTIONS NOTIONS cologne IN in the ith S lO lg 1 Keid Cor Richmond Kentucky OtHct Panrwh Climax Butidii ias apply to ALSO 14 good ncnaag Citv nt Riiirnonilthn aud wiil iell at a barjri ALSO a number of property will he w M mttM besoi I Ins -- at a sacrifice it Â¬ BUTCHER SHOP ile - mm AND WINTER GOODS AT ic Darter jier ic ic kix Are Wliat We Are New Offering liti i Â¬ i Â¬ j paKaSBaBajiainBal ele tlr j i as- - iDicir OL n STAND 1 o- - 4c IC V paper rons Ic d NEW GOODS mt- Mrc - tt iviii - Eaaaaaasfll aaat ind - faaaaaaaaaaaaaaa We wili keep on liao an 1 fo r -- li - lt complete n ic yard i ALL KINDS OF ool FRESH MEATS -- BARGAINS Boots Shoes Blankets Comforts Canton Flannels and Flannels at Prices never heard of before box seen ti The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country ana oity Bacon Sau3age and Lard M Ad idqafUrs Tor WI - wo - ICE 1 1 ICE We W ICE ICE iltli fi it r ELDERS Ur tF7 St Dr Ard xiwi Prices Cream Baking Powder iKtatxh MwUl Midwiaicr i 1 Fir 5n FwntiiM I W DUNCAN ataty Pwcle 1 CO U wtrth Mi It TtO isk for that THE CLIMAX - SmJjJ ill IAL VOTE OF MADISON COIXTY ELECTION Print MVKJUrU 61894 1 NOV Ro OOi j ty i Tlie but l -- a i iv Mothers will save money iice on childrens sT-5- seeing our StonUer n the irjion I i -- hitn ON 20 S e 8 ir Fur Sal Seventy five Ml blood bronrt ti dollars t or a fobber or three dolars rWei isaa forapair liyou wai in your order at once Will keep them a Ad short whee if desired iil where Mr invitsl HV I to V r r it Birsra tontay with will be a BMtl aX A fiAv Ss5a 4 994ofPURE cy- NV anaaa nw sla fnJSYA i if mikJr-- 1 Bn Hm Mas 23 2 i H Colvfr Cotyer Ky HE DOriT ACCEPT PBOCTtH - CM3L II 1 umber itb and ol i o cifrri- - n lJi I IO Yoar dealer sells Racimo Cij V J iii-iJi-icc -- 4- -T C Ii i-i -- Aisaiijv a iuBujti -- Willi k He - Ji I - i 4 J- -z -c r ntfl lately -- - - -i r sci C-- j nsmr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Farmers Attention We pay the highest market price for qqoo sfaej JllAV A r a T - i -- iv MT i Mj Waraing iJ k to I to her it he htutal pair nt buggy lines and Uis home - that he had repeatedly in inili- - s i - z - - -- i rz ij--a-i- r 4 x -- lasica-ii-iciii- oc I ic c - - z ii z s a suotumis nppnoja susoag f - 1Mc -- - cu iicii- -- ii IC - -- i a d jr IC 5 r J - H Al in him Mr wer and - and owna a arm of 10 mint of ttH k u of tobacco to believe if their lute trouble i hit ro- iaoda afae and to allow her iti i -- I -iJj ii tc K aipoij SJlB a J UIOf l -X crI r llisisiI2 c - n - r 3SSS k zc r Sk i c 5SS iks55 i5ivM y t l i -- iv i i y-- nnvn iid 0JBiiBAv a H3 xo -- 2 zz EH I - - ii 0o X AA- 4l jj -- I-- y JZ Ii Ii jr 4- i 9 ssmoqx ic Ii Il - All the accounts due the Climax Oflice up to the 1st ol January 1894 are payable to me and they mnst be settled without further delay If not settled immediately I will place them in the hands of an offcer for collection as I have waited patiently and do not propose to extend further in- Â¬ dulgence I mean business You can find me at the Climax Offce Custom grinding every day For everv bushel of good white ear eorn rl r we will ive 2 pounds of good Hour iJ wheat p corn J -- ASK m ABOUT J W ZARING GRAIN BflffflfpgfSfSp -11 GIVe US 7 -- TRI75L- r zn MILL CO c no in Mary T I T 4- ii i i i ii - ii i J- - Ii -- - X jJBinii a 3MWT I r t r r zzn IT Tllf rii - rtoratioa to her Bergen and all -i ii - i- i si -i i c c a x C J H POWELL 4 Mill r represents the Baking i strmn Gentry Lexington ii i -C li 4 li rZ ei r 3JVjsuiina ruuiinvv - i i i i-zz -i r- r -- -- a -- PI r tunatv a lectori the evi th by Mr French Tipton publication a work ii has for in compiling niate- - i z i - s ff uooDia j r 0JHW ajooj ii0- Stray Notice H h ru 4- - r - ui -- i MuiAjj aa Of -- P Magistrates were chosen Magisterial District No i Richmond gave Million over Riiins 52 Armor 96 majority over Green B Turley Foxtown No Union No S R Ii Wells without oppoaition Waco No 4 Doty without opposi- Â¬ from tion Kingston So ft 8 Maupin over young B lierea N 6Goyleover Fish 17 and true Kirksville No 7 Coy over OottoQ IS Million No 8 Million over Howard 22 Of Coyle from lerea is the only Kepublican and unreliable Simmons for Constable in Rich- Â¬ hit command and in mond precinct defeated Buckley by 8B votes Taken up on the 6th Instant an t mv slab a sorrel n are with three wlut- teet hlaze l ice about ir or u ears old 14 nanoi High uwner can have bj all charges proving same ei BRO DD S P 23 m j o FORAN EIFUil IT OiHiisliijk nit tlie men - We Are THE PEOPLE il Kttle inty and of ha in- Efpatronj Um MATRIMONIAL Willie has i Forbes and Mjhs Tillie 1 this infon White ot Richmond Ky ran off to New away and he alone poai lavand were married by i knole - Bui the Rev I I Timneiiike They were t The speak ipanied b the brvles sister -- - lllUIlt Mr Henry Muiraml Miss Elisabeth l Amaiin of Union Mills were married at social I he resilience of the brides parents Mr were re- - and Mrs Kdniuml Aniann Tuesday at Dont go to sleep over your insurance the pentletnen were allowed noon by Rev K W Noland of tliis city It was the intention of the contracting Poweh 8l Turley the lady students 23 forty five niit- - parties to have the wedding in the im To well Ttrley pay all fire losses manner and no special ado and no raker the VJ invitation were issue and only murlil one Fire insurance Powell the immediate neighbors friends and rel Turley3 2 happy vein of humor char ativea were expected but Mr Muir is Leave your measure lor a suit to order very popuun and his friends did nut stand at Siouflers tariff olt sale s r hut intern 21 33 ii cerei i and quite a number of them hie in th i rhapH in ar invitation froai bus health is nearly Interior Journal Who bave knocked into i cock- Mrs Sarah Jarnmn relict of the lute Hi ilil Jiit all the Wi Jarmnn iieI at her residence in Moaweaqoa Illinois Friday the 9th inst in the boot and shoe business The He- - remains were sent here for interKmi per cenl Profit u Bantering im it and were deposited in the Rich is a thing ol the past and System Cemetery The funeral services wieheld in the M K church Sunday re jMiint with pride to our afternoon The Oeoaansd arana former resident of this city and was at the time of her death a property owner here Trade Rapidly glad to know that restored i hiv ndance hut Â¬ m gs 51 Msg lTrinrp rntfr WCU CO LlVLIi For the stylo of our business in- Â¬ We advertise spires confidence only is we are prepared t sU Yon save money Look These arc n a part of our bargains Look But- Â¬ Krai rii The hestlHlls tv At- - or which ation iry he mentioned the reek on tlie character repre in nature holding and aevet iiu itimi unl forcibly of a i sail it a run throentire plauded rmnliy morn called meetii itiuue hi lee- on the eveli- isserjaljaa hi w attended not loryettin appropriate pres enta The bride has only been in county a lew years from Newport Ky and she soon became a so ial Eavor- graduate she has a cultured and n mind and many aoeompliahmenta and siie took high rank in the Acme Club of this city She is a beautiful bru Â¬ nette and poaMiam moat charming nian icis and she has many domestic qaalt id the mntch is considered a very happy one Mr Muir is a snecaaafal farmer and bosinesi man and farms dur- t ai II uiir the w inter nt is the son of Elijah P and Kliabeth Muir and after a brief visit to Cincinnati they will return and reside at the Muir Iiii c and after a lew weeks they will go ifornia Cora few months Nicholas ille Democrat 1 Powell wortlay Turley prompt and trast 3 2 r You Want To CALL ON VOPv- - Ia U do tlior I il th ly l kiii vi - Kirk ville and rs iitiitui ii Tire is a good servant but a bad here master Powell 8c Turley 32 Tariff oft means tine at Stouff clothing at trash j And rlien Ladien Genuine Dongola Fires like death ana taxes have ton Pni Tip 1 beca in the world since its creation Pen ell Tnrley 3a LEIE Ladies Genuine Lace 90 cents All fire losses paid by Powell 1 Tnrley We have the best companies 1OWi 3 Pebble Goat Turle i Racimo means Cigais without equal Ladies Glove Grain Button Solid i all liis ill n District Saturday in raver mu We k 1 W J Vanwinkle J lark lies in Teaching - Mr Geo ilion 1040 rim ii - M with the Beginner E Evans Crooke 1 1110 ill rennie eOC I 140 lhssoiutioii Niitice The inn of Edwards A Co who are Ladies Sq Pat Tip Doogola doing baniness on Main streot east oi Button 180 First wan saanoinni on Sat unlay the 3d Patrick 11 Sullivan onr ahle City At- Â¬ inst hy niutual consent Harris A All Ladies Sq Pal Tip Spg Heel torney and Miss Mary White daughter man will continue baaaSMSJ at the saasc lace collect all ilehts owiaf to Pxlwaril ii James K White were uuietlv marriel IK60 tml Ia V ail tllls ol tlle Bilat Foxtown last Frilav night iith Isntant Hakkis a Aiiman They departed on the early train next Mens Hunts High Top all luornins for Cincinnati and other points s x gloves hat Shirts drawers caps solid 150 on a short bridal trip Ou their return suits c with tariffeff at Stoufters oonpatulatioos hy their host of friends Who have the best companies Answer numerous and hearty The Ci i Moots High Top all Tui ley 32 Mv in coiiiiuon with their manv iriends lo well 1 Solid extends sincere good wishes lor a happy Price a hat or cap at Stouffers with ta and bright future Mr Sullivan and riff oflF and be surprised 33 wife will immediately commence Jitst received a line of knit slip- Â¬ Dont wait until are burned out keeping in the BifBCSSBtaaT house on indow pers in all color- - Bee Powell Turley 32 Broadway Not long since the Climax Display The best companies adjust promptly said that this house would soon lie oc Â¬ Powell Turlev cupied hy a newly married couple 3- - m THE PROMOTtH t f TUITIO- Ner nioiuii a ide hi f n from riday -- M e onl nys Â¬ ill LOW PRICES In Dry Goods Clothing Cloaks Underwear Carpets Etc h Can you do oetter jXxh fJ Why not Kirksville Uiunei Ii 1 PERSONAL in Underwear and sox never were as price as now at Stoufters 21 Music by the choir p in W Wagers 110 Arithmetic ollllj I in fifty a ho tras - How to Appropriate aenurrfcs fur tlie secure the co ojieration of pa- is 140 itkn of the 1iiblie H liool to ate J i lecture on physiology J W i Ie - y n leacic hi You will lutilul de Li i E V iiKMoN no JW hki Todd P Committee on mi Are you in it insurance Mrs I u rJeraperger of Kicfaoaasrille in it Powell Turley 32 visited friends here last week The oldest clothing house in Richmond alias lula Bryan of Kicbmond was is where to buy clothing Stoufler 2133 the guest of Mrs B A Crutcher last There is more Catairh in this section of week Mrs Theo Hacker has been quite sick the country than all other diseases put tobr the pan week at her home on the gether and until the past tew years was supposed to be incurable For a great Miminit manv years doctors pronounced it a local Miss Willie Moores of Iexincton is disease and prescribed local remedies and visiting her sister Mis J A Todd on by constantly failing to cure with local the Iij i I ill pike treatment pronounced it incurable SciSamuel Bailey and wife arrived Friday ence has proven catarrh to be a constitunight after a pleasrnt visit to tnends in tional disease and therefore requires conHuntington W Va Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Keineinlier are have the largest stock of Boot- - and Shoes of any 33 If not get house in Richmond low 1 SJ 1 Suppose yon setul We are headquarters for Ladies line Shoes in all the latest st vies Mens fine Shoes in all varieties shapes and piv H yip JSTRENG WHITE GIBSON 1 1i so al wiiv proa will not reirr Dont l an m mm ilinut Klliott Instil WHITTY WALDROP Mis- - uoogtas w oooeocs is - war t oat the roan uii - db iii the - - Friday waa Arbor Day and ther and pupils at the Brick School heated it in a very beesmhuj A number of patrona were manner it to witneithe exercihes The following was the jiiograiii in part 1 i Il teacher J Why plant trees Miss Maggie Jennii HUtoric trees Alice Parrish The relation of the forests to cli- supply ami commerce Rob- - The ormre tree Amy Fkriafji prtni Miss pn- - 5 N lli- J B Harris says the airman of trie r perfeetly tlehghteii ami were untiring in their efforts to make it a sue ill show i friend Miss Marie Ross of Knoxville Toledo O and is the only constitutional Tenn Central Record cure on the market Tt jg taken internally JudueTevis was called to I exington in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful iturday on account of the death of It acts directly on the blood and mucous Isurtaces of the system Mrs Wilkerson They offer one of Whites hundred dollars for any case it fails to Mr and Mrs B L Potts Station were visitins their nareuts Mr cure Send for circulars and testimo nials Address and Mrs I C Todd last week F J Chexey Co Toledo O Judire T J Scott went to Stanton Sold by druggists hold the reg Powell county Monday to He iry Wilson the postmaster at Welsh ular term of court The term will last ton Fla says he cured a case of diar three weeks Miss ioreiice Harris one of Lancas- - rloea oi lon8 standing in six hours with e bottle of Chamberlains Colic most charming voung ladies passed through the cat Tuesday eu route for Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy What tiere she wiil spend a tew days a pleasant surprise that must have been to the sufferer Such cures are not unusual jiy ith thi remed In man v Dr Ota a rising vouug phv- 1 ill addition to thi- - we handle a full line of Underwear Handker Â¬ chiefs Collars and Cutis Mens Hosiery Suspenders Bats Caps stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure atd a full line of I mbrellas visiting ner ls lnanufjctured by r j Cheney Co mm x ij 4 y The Reliable and Trustworthy Firm Who are located ner ot b KY WHUACERICE -- in the Di E0RDER Bsaityvills l i ss STILL DOING BbSlXtSS ANI LOTS OF IT OUR NEW STOCK OF Ic irc t RICHMOND kti Ml NEW GOODS Is now on our shelves WE BOUGHT TO SELL regardless of what our competitors may do OUR STOCK IN pa 1 lhIsiiirrllrfriisr POSITIONS - siiai located r t i nan let ter marriage- I planted in all ii in The yard contains one and one half in of i rectangle - were arranged in rows 30x30 to ap- Thi -- a short iihn I siiort about tlie listiici not even John hiii lie Motlem Beauty I rnal In i h hut sunhinc with open air to en on our lroneor lwo dies are at W for sale by W r week mingling among irieiids permanent reuet Powers and T S Hagan He lias SDoeeded in establishing quite an richly dr W A McGuire a well known citizen extensive practice which he of McKay O is of the opinion that there Mi David K C Rose traveling repre- - is nothing as good for children troubled iveof the Louisville lost was a with colds or croup as Chamberlains He has used it in his pleasant caller OS the CuatU Monday Cough Remedy Mr Hose Ray H the circulation of the Post family for several years with the best re and that the paper is going salt and always keeps a bottle of it in is over After having la grippe he was trie house Hy iron better hot vere cough He t Mr N S Hronaugh the Journal is glad himlf ed other remedies without benefit 25 to report is much better which will he le b W- - K nd cent lor tidings to his friends in Central and T S Hagan Mrs J T Harvey and - rlued NO SULPHUR NO t CLINKERS uiioil Kn- St LACE DEPARTMENT Anal gincei ot the Is complete and adapted to the season The only inducements we offer are first class GUARANTEED Our FREE So can 2it caiatoague will explain why asonabe ronduaa c FI3 DOUGLAS TURPIN CO loer - fchc Hamilton it Co wil le srd if the lard ii ilins attended the recep- u in honor of Mr and Mrs at-at Rid Fmnl inline Journal Mr T C Adttmt ol tlie Richiuond Iaatagraph spent Suuday liere with one at a Mr J R ir mighty pretty girls the iancaater Record who 11 For a pain in the side or chest there is nothing to good as a piece 01 flannel dampened with Chamberlain Pain Balm and j tUnd on over the seat of pain Il rompt and permanent relief and in time will ofteu prevent a cold from re- fiiltinj in pneumonia For sale by W K Powers and T S Ha 11 kaitcsis m E HAis S d BARGAINS Call on us before pi teiaglions Practical Business lUSHVLE Tcaa i Wnteloresta a half the nsaiatss Uki when DO NOT FAIL To Visit Our MILLINERY BEPABTHENT i fir Prices Cream Baking Powder WsrkTs Fair Highest Mads sod Dtpioraa Look out fox fins oveU Turley is member her What would you say or do to a man who struck her in the faee A It Was Built t and knocked her down fepmaub 1 1mm tb loll Her words had a marked effect on The author of Oa Sledge and Horse Â¬ The idea of protected ships such as lie was evidently wa de the modern is by no nit ans the housebreaker back to moved to the heart to freeze aa death She an absolutely new one This is pa Im sorry maam he said and a whole outfit of woaiam under ays the Western Mail of Cardiff by vaist lined the fact that an armored raaaal was Im ashamed f what Im doing I wont take anything belonging to ytm y wadded i constructed though crudch of course Hut I h fcleeres long i a shipwright of except this fte ponnd note down ul as far back as handaeati rely and Antwerp durinp the wars between the really am in desperate straits and I want money badly -- iffh enouph to a fur tarda and the I hitch In the sum He emptitd his pockets of the silver over ail ths Witwerp was invaded by he had taken but with the full conhad a ahaepakiu re arhinsr to tlie the Spaniards lioth by land and water bed w ith a collar which and the people of Antwerp built the sent of the old lady made off with the five pounds Some time afterward an Then rer the first can hip on record in im at in she wore a dacha which is a torn throaffk the line of Ite envelope reached her addressed fivea strange hand and in It was a It was a cr xieer skin But this waa rs in the river pound note unuMial size with flat b kiTisrs made of armed with iron into MAKING POETRY them a pair of jrentle- - preat lieams of wood When tiii todrsssga Is Often Hard Work as Well c t hunting actle There the buildi In plrtitloa ii a pair of Russian tnts made Impregnable to the artillery ami uiis There are yet some persons left who using hih up knee atles which should crush fancy that poetry is the product of a felt all opposition as and a great vias provided with nuuiltT at men some of whom were fine frenzy that the poet of genius i like sharpsh awakes from a sublimated cataleptic kU I nil page after page with ef the masts and the rest r A nuinlKT of man forth was a fnr liaed ilwarka 1 of that the craft uscript sheets of Ixingfellows which may lie found in Har1ed kind It flail Belli thinking it urn vard should not only explode this correspondent put an end to the war rnfor but give hope to many a discouraged in of tunatery hovever the - Longfellow I to first con- a diss tting ania ted the first verse of this poem it stuck ujxn a bank of t after me a ver The ran ninjr fast Span with re passed IUt the untimely end of th while futile UnDovo totferuf tame from Fi it me Eicelslor ney Thrown This was manifestly weak as the kind f majes- - Away the only why the Alpine ship ant pea iuis miu was that they might af- ra in a naval bat rhyme for the youths response monster in triumph to in an unknown tongue A second trial at the verae however not only failed vre it be the to improve it but arranged it in such iken form thai it is difficult to believe Long and so the first initfellow guilty of the fault The two - in ial unfortunate Lst lines of the verse were made to read and end a pearl of price and ner wub tlie siraojre device CROWN PRINCES PRESENT a ud at There are not many even among Tbooe baast Ku la f nl Austria to day who DaaH at the same Kail i refer to a banner as wool It a pearl of price Hut the poet had erful em oe three lines to his liking d are und t tution of a youth who r at iii A LANDLUCCER SURPRISED and ice completed the been read and spoken t ri Tm tri ane a lit the length and breadth of the land All of which goes to show that the pvnius of the poet is in the Ausn and that the production of rush trian arei quite another matter lely in the direction of patient FULL DRESS Mtorlu Tnirlrrn Iro rtlo Armlut AN EARLY IRONCLAD llrrak Thmuth the men-of-w- -- Â¬ -- is ons Frenchman dear to the hearts of all American patriots Marquis de La Fayette I aked a number of peo- Â¬ ple before I could find anyone to en- Â¬ lighten me as to the spot but after re-Â¬ peated inquiry ascertained its location The irrave is situated in old Paris within the grounds of a convent that the ancestors of La Fayette founded and w here repose the remains of many of the French nobility -The first thing that attracted my attention in connection with the heros tomb was that above it floated a silken flag bearing the Stars and Stripes It seems that a good many years ago an American gentleman left in his will a sura of money to be used for the special purpose of keeping an American flag forever flying above the grave of I a Fayette It has done so without inter- mission from the day the will went into effect and whenever through the wear of the elements one flag becomes unserviceable a new one straightway takes its place Through untold cen- Â¬ turies the emblem of the country which in its early struggles for liberty had his beneficent aid will wave above his ashes -- the people who made th LCSGS DIRECTOBY- a nomadic life that constant search tor which fresh fields and pastan meet second Ri characterize people who are supported irtli Tuesday in each saoatl by their flocks and hSmith P I nth Good recti irv Englishman and a Scotchman An were wulking in the fields together oats P Vrraei Humph said the Lngli shman Reg re very well in their way Now in No i Kichmoi n each England we feed them to horse but ular Ay ay month here your men cat them H Death And just see lv invited to a aid the Scotchrrnn EE Speed Smith Recoi what fine horses there are in England lison Locu and what fine men there are in Scot 1 Â¬ I i -- HOEVER YOU ARE HEREVER YOU ARE HATEVER YOUR TASTE I KASl N I 8 R R rime Table No 21 In fect Oct ax 1894 land And lie lull Come to Us and We Can Satisfy You We k tiibltT joicj ate lis If voii want None lnt the best butchers employed i meat of all kind make a specialty of delivering nwal promptly ami at tbe 111 moon in i W Moore W M A Â¬ M Isunderstood A young man who looked every inch the Bridegroom stood in the rotunda of the Great Northern the other day says the Chicago Times tellinga friend of the manner of his proposal to his bride She had known of his wild ways and fondly hoped to reform him through marriage After I had popped the question and she had accepted me I at once began to he said talk about We will go away some the weddng where br ourselves my dear said there will be no flourish no cards no ceremony here she Interrupted me and with a dignified sweep of her arm I shall certainly indeclared Mr sist upon a ceremony Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 i Â¬ The W Hones Ears I T Â¬ TOLD The Worn- BY THEIR DRESS urn land and and At rinn up WOMAN I Fo can t wootan from the American the latter from the Engl and yet says the Iaris New York Herald each wom an i a pvrf The vcll drcsMd Frenchwoman wears a very large hat or exquisite toque her eiiilion blouse has short sleeves and is made w ith turndown us are very long reaching far a iow and although white are icr an and fresh waist at whatever sacrifice wears a white veil Â¬ of Different Nationalities - o liKiinculnhfil 11 at a glance the French Â¬ by th a JAP - TCOK COREA c Eaaaw and Hun n- - any i at rich walks which is seldom it i on the tips of her I I The v English woman iil a mans colored liar a mans neck- le white drill or holland jacket rt a pretty hat with flow- ith veil plastered over the face to the fringe in curl i figure and is very tall high heels and uses her lien walking The American woman is a combina W ith great acute- tion each r take her for any- rather inclined f the French but ear short sleeves - with them appropriately dressed je for every occasion is the very best have chosen She luted all weathers v ith an eye to her r success Â¬ a under her hat LD CY LAUGHTER THE TELEGRAPH The Chinese Retard It s an Instrument of Kill DISLIKE I BURMESE A DACOITS re and liuir I ira for at Kan Mrt mur-be - ly ia- - the he in t- in a n the ludi- - his U The other boat tad Mr Uirtb Vr ii ringer return p Icr- - duel began A lally arrived and Bre on Mr I Time- I patrol who Batchs party becaase was not duly s1 an anti r took HINDOO CHILD MARRIAGES II r ent nil- sa -- Lur t ak purely w ilS-- -n v Two American Hevclers Allen and Sachtlehen tell in the Cent uri of their ith a I hinaman in the heart of the flowery kingdom who electrified sing them in the purest ish He was one of that party of mandarins sons which had beea sent ur country some years experiment by the Chinese -nrnent to receive a thorough Ameriean trainirg We cannot here give the history of that exeriinent as Mr Woo related it how they were iuently accused of cutting off qneneaaad becoming denationalized how in nee they were recalled their native land and de graded rather than eleTated both by the people and the government be thej were foreign in their senti entand habits and how at iast in to force recogni hrongb the power of merit alone He h sSart out by the gov ernment to engineer the extension of line from Su chou to Irumtsi for it was feared lv the roi- ent that the employment of a for r in this capacity would only ba se the power for evil which the native- already attributed to this foreign innovation The similarity in the phrases telegraph pole and dry heaven had inspir d the common belief that the line of poles then stretehing across the country was responsible for the xisting drought In one night il miles of poles were sawed short off by the secret order of a banded conspiracy After several decapitations the poles were now being re-Â¬ st wed and labeled with the words Put up by order of the emperor Â¬ f 11 - Â¬ Â¬ Marry Ver Suffers I his daughter attains put OK HUMAN KIND Franco Convict a Tooloru is iHnnltui aaaWstsmmtj PARIS SEWER BOOTS How Tliej Are tllized In Making riae Speaking of the fashions brings ns to an odd discovery which has recently lieen made There is a small shop on the other side of the Seine in the Rue des Frail which deals exclusively with the second hand Ixiots of the men who work in sewers These loots savs a Iaris letter are furnished by the state and come half way up to the thigh and each man is allowed a new pair t very six months When new-- they cost nine dolhrs when sold second hand they realize the modest sum of fifty cents but as at least si thousand pairs per annum are sent to the Rue u IP H rtnminff ii iiidur industrv leather of these boots is so to speak tanned by the alkaline and ater in which the sewer-clean- perpetuaUy paddle and thev are iy sought for by the great Parisian Inxitmakers for this leather ace toup h and light serves tain the curve of the Louis XV heel At first this was done bj a piece of irnn but that was bear and clum- finally the in lealer hit the delight of who realized a modest turn and the content of the ker whose shoes but the great lee glide over Â¬ True story Shoes for Ladles lined unmarried was to marry or ii ler ajv not g i ercmases man be married H ls u an old crankv No criminal springs jf kindness and feeling for his tii in his nature if one could but find them The author rt UUs a true story of S s f t li - n the If a man is not wenty- It i - of a French convict at Ioulon Among the free laborers who work side with the pri- i an Italian who always treated them with kindness and became in couse- ved lation anffers it thoae w ho have a - parents tends to am a rms the spir r this may be aven or ri to much deprevvsd and he eonSded lo his fel- low laborers the fact that he ma ia want of money Not many of the convicts escaped t the Italian out at his home and 1 iuedav hen the horse sleeps it is said that one ear is directed forward why is n I known A writer in the English Mechanic thinks this is to guard against danger being a survival of their originally wild habits He says Watch a asleep through the window of his stable and make a faint noise to the front That ear will be all attention and probably the other will By round sharph to asUt Now let him go to sleep again and make the same IN NO DANGER noise to the left The forward ear still will keep his guard with possibly This Tou 11c Mans Head Would Ter tat Ksld a lightning flick round only to resume A barber out on New YorK avenue its former position was cutting the lonjr eurlinj- - proftis A WAR FOR LIFE locks of a young1 man who has some Strutfles of the Indian to Perpetuate pretensions to beintr littrarv and sionally poses In f ire his friends aa a His rllstenee Whatever the Indian has been in the great genius says the Washi Post With a snpereilious smile and past and in spite of his present condition deplorable as it certainly is our words that could be heard all over the nation has still some time left to deal room the young man inquired Say barber what makes a man with these people honorably and justly as it is the duty of a God fearing grow bal The barber snapped his seiaaon once people to do writes W Thornton Parker If I in Home and Country They or twice anil ran the comb through his will respond in time but it is not to be beard Well he answered slowly wondered at if they seem incredulous if a at hrst It is wicked to condemn them man has got lotsof brains and is a deep as leasts fit only for extermination imthinker he generally gets bald That prove them educate them Thiscan be they say leuds to it firry time Several of the customers looked at done by dealing justly with them No words of mine can sufficiently condemn the young mans luxuriant crop and the cowardly sa ing that the only smiled rather broadly The man however did not exactly M e the good Indian is a iUnl Indian So pretty soon when the barber An Austrian officer once said to me joke that he considered the British soldiers was running his fingers over ihe curiy the bravest on the face of the earth locks he tempted fate again because you cannot conquer them or Say he asked do you think my whip them ftm mutt kill them It is so hair will come out and Ill jvt bald with our Indians they neither give nor The man of the at lamas pmmed re- ask for quarters this is easily under flectively and then in a tone like he wheu we consider how they have was delivering a judicial decision analways been situated nounced No I dealt think you stand in any It has been with them a war for life n struggle for existence and disputes danger of getting bald Taken the crowd laughed and the bar-Â¬ have always been settled maa fashion on the field of battle ber looked surprid Those who knmv most about our native Americans our so called Indians SCAB1 WHEN DATES FROM respect them most those who have The Word Has Heeu in I Mure the lived longest with them love them Year 1809 mot the most brutal and cowardly of The eab is our frontiersmen hate them most mad known first time the word to have they have reason to do so Indian char- Â¬ sense by unionbeen used in its present acter is contradictory They are brave lthough in 1817 men was in 1900 Aseveral shipbuilders but cautious and generous dashing in at Med ford Mass for attack stubborn in defense enduring struck rum supply not till a continuous 111 did patient stoical hardy fond of fear- strikes become frequent Thirteen huning but ready for days of marching persons were idle at Fall River for and fighting with scarcely any nour- Â¬ dred six months in ishment alert unforgiving when The railroad strike of ISM which be-Â¬ wronged revengeful cruel and treachgan in St Louis May 5 will long erous in war loving as friends indulA gent atid affectionate as parents sym- remembered hadfor its magnitude union man been discharged by the pathetic in adver ity eloquent in counÂ¬ sel by nature deeply and truly re- Â¬ Missouri Pacific road and the mechan ics and shopmen struck This was the ligious Our native red Americans unlike nominal cause Texas Louisiana MisKansas and Arkansas were those of New Mexico and Centra and souri largely affected and governors of these South America are lielievers in God although they call Him the Great states issued proclamations Preceding this came the memorable Spirit They are absolutely free from 6trike of 177 with its immense destrucÂ¬ profanity and hypocrisy In short tion of life and property The four they are the noblest race of aborigines great New York trrnk lines were in on the face of the earth the hands of the strikers from first to SIGNING THE DECLARATION last The riots of Chicago and M Louis were the work of ramps Bothersome Klles Kzpedlted the Impor- tsnt Proceeding Jefferson was fond of telling a story THE MARKETS which illustrates in a forcible manner the importance that absurdly insig- Â¬ SOI NATl Nov Ift nificant matters may sometimes asFjorR Sprinj patent sume says the Philadelphia Press incTpnn- - faimlv Oo j 4 I When the deliberative body that gave utmer pnent ITSOaSB fane the world the declaration of inde-Â¬ i mirtiiwestem rye i rity pendence was in session its proceed- Â¬ rye tlfHAATo per brl ings were conducted in a hall close to Whfat- - i steady at unrha frec C aa Tec market - ilu which was situated a liverv stable 3 miv The weather was warm and from the do stable came swarms of flies that track 4ocThere switched 4sp Oats lighted on the legs of the honorable anil priosa areis hut iutle business trasM member- and biting through the thin mixed traP min a track Camm Market silk stockings then in fashion gave inH ou i LoO good to chatee m fair to finite annoyance It was no uncommon 0 coin in n sight said Jefferson to see a memlH r Veal Calves Maret i30 for making a speech with a large handfair to good lifht common and kerchief in hand and pausing at everv Hons Market steadv Selei- - ikippera W 7S moment to thrash the flies from his fi fair to thinly protected calves The opinion air to eoo1 light it iso common of the body was not unanimous in and roaga H oua 4 SHKtp am Iamu- favor of the document and under aaadBM risv Extra other circumstances discussion might mon to 3U irood to fall have been prolonged for davs if not steady Extra I 0l- to choioc w eks but the flies were intolerable Cii7 common to fair Efforts were made to And another hall Nov 10 Cash quotations Flonr Wlai free from the pests but in vain As 7u spring patens the weather became warmer the flies spring wheat 8 itte No 3 spring wheat nom Â¬ grew worse and the flapping of handinal No IredM45ie No corn kerchiefs was heard all over the hall yellow 40sic No t oats s c No No 3 white 3IS 3 as an accompaniment to the voices of Ni i i 5 M No the speakers In despair at last some No 2 barley ac IHDMNAP LI- - c No No U Jni one suggested that matters l hurried Ca TTIE Steady at yt tcrday s n so that the body might adjourn and Kxs Good to choice medium anu heavy get away from the Ilea There w ere SMflOa i 3 mixed and heavy H4U4 60 rod choice a few mild protests but no one heeded to Shkep light fM04 so choice them the immortal declaratioa was lamas jo OOiiaoO iambsshe1325 7ft commoa goou p hurriedly copied and with handkerBali im Wheat No red sp chiefs in hand fighting the flies as DecemtK r they came the members hastened up to o 4C MayCiiaiilr ateasmer No I red S m the table to sign the authentic copy Gi4c s -- Mixed spot S4c bid and leave the flies in the lurch Had it not been for the livery stable and its Janu ry M writ Oats No i No S inmates there is no telling when the mixed western whit- wi document would have been completed kvi- - No 2 S lotWc but it certainly would not have been lK Nov 10 H XU VVeKtem 4TS0f signed on the Fourth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 j Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ says During the war of t8l when Commodore Hardy attacked Stoning ton the people llli II had no military defense except one old cannon which had been used for firing salutes At Groton on the bank of the Thames opposite to New London lived Mrs Bailey in her owr house in the full vigor of womanhood and patri for her country who learning of the attack immediately mounted her horse and started for that place to take part Fpon her arrival there in the affray the fight to prevent the landing of the Hardy force had already commenced in which the old cannon was play intr a conspicuous Dart but soon it was found that the old gun must le given up for want of cartridges or material to make them It was at this critical moment that Mrs Bailey ar- Â¬ rived and upon understanding the matter gave instant notice that she could supply the needful and then and there stripped off lier flannel petticoat which was soon worked into cartridges The old gun was kept at work and Commodore Hardys force went back to the fleet to report progn When Gen Jackson was president and made his tour through New England he crossed the river at New Lon don made a call upon Mrs Bailey at herdroton home ami gave her a cordial handshaking and his hearty congratulation upon her courageous and patriotic notion upon the occasion of the battle of Stonington Â¬ Â¬ ish Soldiers In a letter to the New York Times David S Turner of New Dorp S I PATRIOTS PbTTICOAT How It Helped to Ilrire OB the Brit If k V v ht oek Secretary Kington Lodge No I at Kn S meetV V and htO M I hrtt l W I J hr J H II I I is sfitnteu f Kailii- - esjHHi in it the way we n - bnincw lt shoo atll I ujth met month Wm - in Bennett M I W M cer H CL L IZJLZbAZ C TOnST 6c CO rtrLg 5 aa 0 G I m T WELLS Manager rsTLnru ruxrinnnnjuTjisu F N I Ii t i mcomb N L J Fr m arm - mjnr ru urrLnj rwuru rujruinjnjir fi- Richmond Uniterm and th on Main street al C P L Richmond S re evci lows I I INEW HARDWARES 1 meets cconu rhlH at Odd Fellows H tain L J Fraz KNHIU s iF Hon Amity Lodge No K of H i m the Odd eer Frid hall at oclock HI Rice Dictator 1 Ueee be Cairp No sch month r Cap ha da Xu- Hardware Store at No N Seeoad Street - ami shall handle the best line in town COOIIM ITOVES HEATIMC STOVES GRATES TIN- Â¬ E W Rowland Reporter WARE CUTLERY GUTTERING TIN ROOFS IMPLEMENTS None better UITICIT CUTIil f BLUE GRASS ROUTr Kentucs i White LoJge No 4 K P nieus evÂ¬ ery Wedncadai eseniue al Odd Pel hall at oclock Lee Maupin C t W Miller K Kxiiiiis or iv in mR AND FARMING I handle the popular Blssell Chilled Plows 1 means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trirlino ailments neglected Don t play with iature s greatest gift health Jti In Poor Health hac 5 I also have in connection a Tinshop with V P Incklv the best tinner in the State in charge Guttering and roofing done on short notice 5vru uuiruuu tnrLTLru u trLru uxru iajtjtjtj u uuvruim THOS H uwinj L jinnnnnrjunm ryinhruz KHRR a 9jtJ -- TLTi-r TAYLOR BROS Tin New Hurdwiirs Firni u I I BroMs Iron T A no uijjicute work etak- rf ntrirnrnj A i 9 r IS1IPI Ima Bu t rs A tew bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes irotn the crv tirM dose it weftstitH t 1 picasant lo take Bravm TAYLOR BROTHERS njvnjrLririrLnjr y TJinruTTLar pi- Dyspepsia Neuralgia f Malaria It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles C Constipation Bad Blood Nervous ailments NV omens complaints crossed red If Tjinixn rufuxnjT- - ruxru trijiruar rui 2 1 Lrii 1 I rair - n t if Ten Beautiful boos free Worlds 3 MORE any kind jxnjrnJxiJxruT 3 TJTj uiirrmnj-ij-uu- t 3 OU tJTJiJUiTJ VTJTrvrtru UTJXOrL -- YELLOW i PINE FLOORING The Vulcan Chilled Plow q njTrtJiriTi arm ij LarurLri I 2 FARLEY BROSJ THE OLDEST Sard ware ruinrLr--- i rLruxrLan jirmn nnp la - c lt Holniit LTinnJVU lJTjJirxrirujxnjTjiru M ari 3rocerr Firm in ULarufa Decidedly The - Best jTJinxuTn- - 5 njTjrrijn ruiJTJVT dl - tAYSVILLI -- vTH-h- BR AND t i - CEILING Poplar Weather boar ding Cypress Shingles Cat Poplar Shingles At kinil tu a t at Ive Arr thru uiJxarvrTjTTuirLarj nnn IUNU Framing Lumber Boon All F Je 17 630 a Windows Blinds Fir t Class Goods And 109 23 90 Vrr LfXiit -- C tilielKiilli V A Ky WHAT DOES IT SOLID VCSTIBULCB TRAlNtf i a JA omce MI I A I bio ei Cheaper Than Ever AE Main ELKHORN ROUTE Â¬ Ho CARSE J Near K C Depot flfe QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE ajj I S THE Â¬ - 1 Stoves Shackelford Haadlc the Ihey have vario at low lifii s BLUE GRASS HERD OK JllVWI rrs Gentry rt ed of ii the ic aIU in K Jim m S Â¬ 5c STOVES world hot riSF ACTION UKi GV CTrD FROM THE BEST HERDS I mae liNT t - viii - r fave R H BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Kv - DAHitr Western o WHwaukoe GRATES SHACKELFORD GEJiTRY keep in s ad styies f GRATES Vou cat a broke a new one i SUBJUGATION How OF WILD CATTI F by Wheat No 2 strict cultivation iiiin i a Rrahmina aa puberty before mar he no one will marry the ts in re Basal ars B aeed give myself up to Vou My caPtnre vard of a hundred francs and that will help you 1 of yon 00 me the Italian refused si led igth he yielded and inown journalist i she was r that by s muds w urvlars must hich rOOaa whore sue found a man in tlu II ard roirT- d her down but as er herself she y took a seat Then liul from a s THE UJesty of of the component has risen gait ts e sM American GRAVE OF LAFAYETTE iic A I wars Waves Europeans The first and simplest use made of the animals from which man derives strength appears to have been brought about by the subjugation of wild cattle the bulls and buffaloes Several wild varieties of the bovine tribe were originally widely dissemi- Â¬ nated in Europe and Asia and these forms must have be frequent object of chase by the ancient hunters Al- Â¬ though in their adult e ani- Â¬ mals were doubtles- act able the young were ered and as we can readily conceive must often have been led captive to the abodes of the primitive people A is common with rious animals which have longacki the authority of their natu men the dominant males of their theae creatures lent themselves to do I It red store and elevato fo v Was Accomplished Primitive unKraried re un-- LUMBER1 FOR SALE it 3 NO C 111 BLAKEMAN MAIN STREET SBBasaW o z - M i into tlie ashes ri ep a nice clean rnus and aril what vou want white state irrsOc WiiEAr wd white do 37 I BEST j BETnai- y- No 2 red creh Toledo o S4- Nev 10 ish bic - December YOUR iilit ROOF LEAKS - Mar c I white cash Hb r 8c 3- 0000 feet of lumber and feninK plari Harbers coal vard to be sold at one January j You must Iiaie it mended and Pitt t 100 M 7orxl or a new NTKY candot1 oo j fJT 9Utitv i Tra aaeTiaiouALn WHISKY ade in the State a- ars sfcfcT lere have n- - r f s y sTTtms- - Vors r fiDIS AMD 1MMUMITI0I CiTTLE WQBHS ANTED Z - 1 ne Lvn the first arenenitin o K ow tJ to l that to see- Wsh and Dr Prices Cream Baking- Powder Worlds Fair Highest A ward - vrtta mmu MIiSiiai i - i wim Mi vfcivi -- vtsajtsjrNjaTirg r -s ru f