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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 6 T VOLUME w I RICHMOND among Rev Dr Talmage 1 WJ Â¬ VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Hut I will not vet allow run to leave The third thing you must Delhi see it never admit that you have been in India is the mo que called lumma Musjid It is the grainiest mosque I ever saw except St sophia at Con- Â¬ stantinople but it surpasses that in aoeae n pimla for St Sophia was orig- Â¬ inally a Christian church and changed into a mosque while this of Delhi was originally built for tie Moslems As 1 entered 1000 or more Moham- Â¬ medans were prostrated in worship There are times when 5000 may seen here in the same attitude Each stone of the floor is 3 feet long by 1 wide and each worshiper has on of these slabs for himself while kneeling Tl erection of this building required 51 V laborers for six years It is on a plateau of rock has four towers rising iar into the heavens three great gate ways inviting the world to come in and honor the memory of the prophet of many wives IS domes with spires gold tipped and six minarets What a built up immensity of white marble We descend the 40 and red sandstone marble steps by which we ascended and took another look at this wonder of the world As I thought what a bran the archi- Â¬ tect must have had who first built thrt mosque in his own imagination and as I thought what an opulent ruler that must have been who gave the order for such vastness and symmetry I was re- Â¬ minded of that which perfectly plained all The architect who plan Â¬ ned this was the same man who plan- Â¬ ned the Taj namely Austin tie lor deau and the king who ordered the mosque constructed was the king who id the Taj namely Shah Jehan As this grand mogul ordered built the most splendid palace for the dead when he built the Taj at Agra he her r dered built the most splendid palace of worship for the living at Delhi Bee here w hat sculpture and architecture can aeca mplish They liuk together the cent cries They successfully defy time Two hundred and eighty years ago Austin de liordeau and Shah Jehan iiis life but their work lives and bids fair to stand until the continents crack open and hemispheres go down and this planet showers other worlds with its ashes rejoice in all these big buildings bether dedicated to Mohammed or Brahma or Buddha or Confucius or Z roaster because as St Sophia at t n stantinople was a Christian chunh changed into a mosque and will yet be changed back again so all the mosques mples f superstition and sin will 1 Â¬ -1 -- I i M JANUARY 16 1895 Latest U S Govt Report J NUMBER 32 HA330N T 1 CUSTiriESCTOBT riKcvrr Scorn unxs bis wife calm and wise standing u right that he might use his arms hot coin B A ATT0r27S Crutcher 5 ott S K Scott tee 04 Jurv Fund M fourth Monday in anon Mondav in April and Monday in September and De 1 wealths Attv 5 li Thorp II K H ATTORNEY AT 111 Pays a Visit to ihe City of Delhi India DsacfOaaa ter He Â¬ RICHMOND Office No l J First street KlUk up stairs W reeked leni- pl llrokc n Kortris and tin- - Ituins of Crnturlrn A t un tin tiit ion of liie rahlmtly Arnuud - tlir - World -- Sermons er COlXTY COVRT C Chrnault C W Tudor an P SinnF Wag M I iter Bogga Fmbrv Mrs Public School ion held on the first Mon- nth o ding magistrates courts - o February May Au I S -- nber Arrner third Wednesday Simmons Million third tii - AND CONSTABIrS W i WWa first Satur D I jurth Mondav C Turpin first Sat R R Well second Saturday V A Williams Am Benton second hi V Moore third Satur e W B Robinsoi Douglas Young fourth B t Thorp third Wedne stable W I Co le A lea Moore third Sat M u hell first Saturday - w Corse District I C Adams second N Coy third Saturday - B B Simmon et lohn A Ham third S I Carpener third Friday I W Teator S Stapp third third Saturday A 1 1 S Chenault Perl eaa i nth Me Third Sat Adams Marshal rt I1 F POET ienrv C l V II Sui rx J D nan icld on the first Tuesday in rtiev nth CtTT T N T Civingtor B Slouff ami Mitur r Tu Ki Ro jte C on S lVses Ireastirer Patrie Clek CHiECa DIEECTCRY M OUST South Pas- Service at 11 am nd fourth and fith Sundays at 730 p rr each Sunday Sabbath school t 9 oclock Iraver meetings at 730 p Richmond M Red -- E Church PasE Church South tor Rey A Redi ece II ME Church South B r F Cos 1 Seiices second ming and night Irai it meeting everv alternate We nesday night v school every Sunday atternoon 1 Pivnri ijv Â¬ o Kirksrille M E Chorea South Pas- - star Pas ege Hiil Centa fiorf M E vices first Sunday tilth Sunday morning an i Prare- - meeting every altetnat- night Sundav school ever na FRFsBVTSRIAN n Pastor T D C - everv Sun lav at -- j op v m night lraej meeting 11 Richmon Si Rrv I L McKrt - -- Services hiteriin W Pastor Rev A voril and fourth Crasvlotd S Praver morning and night sajujju anj Uedne dai nights sujav school every Sun s 10 a 30 p m am Pas m Meeting House second and fifth aaa Chapel fourth Sunday -- nd E H 1 1 a m day e Pastor Rev Win Crow third Sundav bsPT I ST nd Pastor Rev M A lones Third Saturdays and Sundavs 100 9 a m each Sabbath j eing each Thursday tight Pastor Rev nd Piedestinanan Burnam Second Saturday and d fourth Sunday nd First Lnited colored Pas Third Saturday r M Campbell si1ia in each month at and alo 3 and 7 p m on Sun- Creek Pastor Rev L P Rev lohn- - PasDr irday and V ney Fork Pastor A B Anderson Second Saturdav and Sunday Waco Pastor Rev T H Campbell loiloing Sunday J I Will Red Lick Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Rev R L Am- Third Sunday and preceding Sat- First Saturday and Rev R L Ambrose Pastor Care Spring Calvinit first Saturday Pastor Rev Wm Rupard ndav Goodloe Chapel Speedwell LniteJ d Pastor H Dunson First Saturday and Sunday in each month ad Pastor Elder Pike Third Sat and Sunday Hav Fork Third Sunday and 1 -- Kormans Chapel t Continuing- his scries of round the h tle press Rev B SMITH Dr Talmage Sunday chose fur his sub ject Pavlaeec la Iiuiia tin- turt being ATTORNEY AT LAW iii 10 Who store Kkntccky and roiinerv in tln ir nulacesup violence Richmond In this Uiv arbea vast sunisof money cad of flairs 31 30 are being riven for the reeinpl India hope to Lner so the interest in J C ft I M CHRNAULT that great eoomtry aad at the same time draw for of oar people ATTOMKET8 AT LAW practical eMins ami so I present this Kknticky Kfth raersaoa in the round the w Richmond eies kVe step ustothe ancient cap-Â¬ ital 01 Inaia the mere pronunciation oa Second street oer Chenault gro- of iu liaus sending a thrill through 31 30 the hcxiy mind and soul of all - POWELL who hare evi r read its ttorie of plen ior an disaster at lelhi ATTORNEY AT LAW Ilefore tne tirst hiatorima bnpn iiis tirt word ia clay or cut iiis ftrst KkHMoND KeSTKKV Ard on Barbie or wrote iU Office sanr as Kichmond Water Liht Cos on word on papjrna in India Mreei a rontetnporary of Babylon and Nine veii We know tiiat Delhi existed W R SHACKELFORD onjrer before thrifts time tiian we live after ins time Delhi is built on ATTORNEY AT LAW the mini of several itiea which KuimoM KtsirrKY cover fortj iniies with wrecked ruins tem brolcen fortreiaes stlit tombs Will practice in all the Courts Office over Riih luond National Hank same as I ol Capertons tumbie onwn palaces and the debris of 42- centauries An archaeologist could STEPHEN I PARRI8H probabiy spend his life lure t vsi h tne past through its lips 0f vener ATTORNEY AT LAW able mrsonrr Richmond Kentucky Ihere are a hundred things here you ought to see in this city of Delhi bat Patents Cveats Trade Marks Ileslfins Fie Â¬ three things yoa must see Tin Kree si ri as tu patcuiatility ol invciti thng I wanted to see as the Cashmere rale terms Hcioi 46- 1 for a patent rite me jfate for that was the point at v the r ot wonderful deed of di rhich the world has ever seen w is done C H BRECK That was tne turn iig point of the maÂ¬ ATTORNEY AT LAW tins of 1867 A iaiy at Delhi put into Rl HMOMi Kenticky my hana au oil paiut ng of eighteen inches sijuare a pclure well Office up ir n Mirsiy at Crooks corner Mmn executed bat chiefly valuable for 52 what it represented It was a scene from the time of mutiny two J A SULLIVAN ii rses at full run harnessed to a carriage in which were four ATTORNEY AT LAW j rs us She Those per Keniicky sons or the front Seat are my Richmond fa her and mother The young lady Street up staias on the back scat ho dine in her arms a baby of a year was my PHYSICIANS oher sister and the baby was M myself down with TAYLOR IK a fever in tiie next roon that full rrn ytars ago The bi Practitioner iti Mtdicmt aaf Surgery our lives at we are fll Kenticky Richmond My mother or the n liffiietn Secuntl Street over Yeagers Jewelry that father standing up ia the front of Residence on Third Street his carriage had to defend us u ith his gun as you there see He fought our 1 I ASHBAUGHM D way out and on for many a mil shoot ing down the Sepoys as we wen We BOMOIPATHS8T had somewhat saspeeted trouble and KENTttKY Richmond had become suspicious of oar servants A prince had n ate inter ud diseases of women a specview with my father who was editor n Street ialty 34of the Ielhi tiazette The rinee pro to come veiled so that no one H R GIBSON miirht recognise him bat my mother Ill rSIi JAN AND SURGEON insisted on b intr present and the inKentucky terview did not take place A large Richmond fish had been sent to our family and - and 20 Sec- four other families the present an offering of thanks fort recoT ery from a recent sicltnes Bat we DR A H STEWART suspected poison and did not eat the fish PHYSICIAN ASH 8VRGEONt One day all servants came up and Klntixky Richmond said they must go and see what was We saw what was intend Covington ft the matter fkicf i5 Kau strict m g tstorc ed and knew that if the servants re- Â¬ kcsidcntc 0iv Street turned they would murder all of us Things grew worse an until DR O A KENNEDY this scene of flight shown in the picture took place You see the horses PIJ KICIAN AXD 8URGEON were wild with fright This was not KlCHMoKO asUHUCaVT only eeause of the discharge of guns but the horses were struck and poundOffice in Smith Itnilding No 204 Main Street up a tied ed by SepoyOliice nours 12 to and 4 to 5 oclock stair 13across the way ond the savage halloo and the shout of revenge made all the DR lolIXM FOSTER way our flight a horror IHYSICIAX AMD SUMGEON The booKs have folly recorded the heroism displayed at Delhi and approxK KN I UCK K ICHM Mi imate regions but made no mention of Ofpick 217 Main Street between Second and this family of Wagentreibers whose Third streets tip stair- residence at corner Msiin flight I am mentioning lut the Mad and Tates Creek Avenue ras Atheneum printed this And now Are not the deeds of the DR C C SMITH Was entriebers though he wore a round hat and she a crinoline as worthy of ysii ia v a xi 8 1 ma bom imperishable verse as those of the heKentucky roic pair whose nuptials graced the kicHMoNu A more touchcourt of Charlemagne OrriCB At Residence on Fifth Street 19- ing picture than that of the brave man contending with well nerved arm CHA HOOKER agaim t the black and threatening fate T EIUS A R Y S I mGBOW impending over his wife and child we have never seen Here was no strife for Gradual Ontario Veterinary College the glorj of physical prowess or the spoil of shining arms but a conquest of Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty e over Rictiardon Dittos Saddlers Shop the human mind an assertion of the 46- Main St below Kirst Kichmond Ky powers of intellect over the most appalling array of circumstances that 231TTAL StrRGEHY could assail a human being Men have become g ay in front of sadden and unexpected peril and in ancient nays DR A WILKES SMITH so much was courage a matter of hero DENTAL BOROEON ics and mere instinct ihat we read in Kenticky immortal verse of heroes struck with Richmond panic and fleeing before the enemy ut tiie savage Mpoys with their Orrica Smith huilding Main Street Office M P M hours qoo to i 100 to 4 hoarse war cry and swarming like limited to dentistry wasps around the Wagentrielers struck no terror into the brave mans D D S J L HARRIS M D His heroism was not the mere heart Kentucky ebullition of despair but like that of Richmond Â¬ 1 I I m Â¬ 1 33o TJ 3- Â¬ IIt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ 3- Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Office in Crown and ridge work a specialty Collins building Main street Office hours 9 a m 3 aa to 4 p as to 1 j 1 J C MORGAN J A VATKS prece--saturda- v MORGAN Richmond Bank YATES DEXTISTS - Second Saturday and Rev R L Ambrose Kirksville brick cburch Pastor Rev T H Campbell Republican Pastor Rev M A lones Second Sunday and preceding Saturday and fourth Sunday t Knob -- v Pator Kentucky 3- OrricE Main Street AV -D- er Madison National - V 3tts5Jansar is m WELBY BURGIN - As an incident will sometimes more impress one than a generality of state meat I present the tiiirht of this one family from Delhi merely to illustrate he desperation of the times The fact was that the Sepoys had taken pi the city of Delhuand they were son with all their artillery fighting back the Eur eans w ho were on he outside and murdering ail the Europeans who were inside The city of Delhi has a crenelated wall on three sides a wall niiies long ami the fourth side of the city is defended by the river Jum on to iticse two defenses f of wall and water there were 40U0I Sepoys all armed Twelve hui British soldiers were to take that gity Nicholson the immortal general mm minded them and yoa must visit his fi ive before you leave Delhi He fell leading his troops lie commanded them after being mortally wounded You w ill read this inscription on his U mli John Nicholson who led the of Delhi but fell in the hour of victory mortally wounded and died tember Is aged S5 years With gurs and nun lien Nich osn could muster iie had laid siege to this walled city rilled with devils What fearful odds Twelve hundred British troops uncovered by any military works to tak a city sur rounded bv firm rnd high masonrv on no which were 14 guns and dc- MuM foaming Sepoys A r percentage of troops fell he e tiian in any great battle hapj know of The Crimean percentage of the fallen was 174s but the percentage of Dt Yet that city mast ken and it can only be taken by such courage as had never been record Â¬ ed in all tiie annals of bloodshed has ten gates but the most m is the Ofte before which we now and it is called Cashmere gate Write the words ia red ink because of the carnage Write tiiein in letters of ie illustrious deeds Write tbem in letters of black for the bereft ana tne dead Will the world ever Lieut that Cashmere gale Salkeld and Home and Sergta Bar-armichael and Smith offered to ago of powder to the foot of that set them on tire blowing open rate although they must die in it There they go just after se each one carrying a sack con- r 4 pounds of powder and doing under the tire of the enemy Lieut Home was the Crst to jump bitch which still remains be- iiey go one by one under the shot and shell One of mortally wounded as he falls his sick of powder with a box of uciler inateiit s to anotiic telling him to lire the sack when w ith an explosion that shook the earth for SO miles around part of the Cashmere gate was blown to fragments ami tiie bodies of of these heroes were so scattered they were never gathered for funeral or grave or monument The British army rushed in through the broken rate and although six days of hard lighting were necessary before the city was in complete possession the crisis was past The Cashmere gate open apture of Delhi and all it con tained of ami moaqoea and ires was possible Lord Xapier of Magdala of whom Mr Gladstone spoke to me so affection- Â¬ ately when I was his guest at Hav en Kng ha- - lifted a monument near ishmere rati with the nan the men who there fell inscribed thereon That English lord who han seen courage on nany a battlefield visited this Cashmere gate and felt that the men who opened it with the loss their own lives ought to be commemo orated and hence this cenotaph Iut after all the est monument is the gate itself with the deep gouges in the brick wall on the left by made bombshells two and the wall above torn by ten bomb Â¬ shells and the wall on the right siile defaced and scraped and plowed and gullied by all styles of long reach Â¬ ing weaponry Let the words ash mere gate as a synonym for patriot- i ism and fearlessness and self sacrifice go into all history all art all literature all time all eternity My friends that kind of courage sanctified w ill yet take the whole earth for Uod Indeed the missionaries now at Delhi toiling amid heathenism and fever and cholera and far away from home and comfort and staying there until they drop into their graves are just as brave in taking Delhi for Christ as were NicholHome and son an arm chael in tak Â¬ ing Delhi for Great Hritain Take this for the tirst sermonic lesson Another thing you must see if you go to Delhi though you leave many things unseen is the palace of the moguls It is an inclosure one thousand yards by five hundred You enter through a vaulted hall nearly four Floors of Floren Â¬ hundred feet long tine moaic and walls once emeraldcd and sapphired and carbuncled and diamonded I said to the guide Show us where once stood the peacock throne All the Here it was he responded I hi in ma of the earth put together would not etjual that for costliness It had steps of siland brilliance ver and the seat and arms were of olid gold It cost about tlau000000i It two reaco ks stood between feathers and plumes of which fashioned were out of colored Above the throne was stones e parrot cut out of one emerald Al ove all was a canopy resting on columns of gold the canopy 11 w ith pearls Seated here the emperor ou public occasions wore a crown containing among other things the Koh inoor diamond and the entire blaze of coronet cost S1030i00 This superb and once almost sarpernatarally beautiful room has imbedded in the white marble wall letters of black marble which were translated to me from 1er h as meaning siavo i lt w KENTUCKY STATE BaisTia Highest of all in Leavening Power EXPECTANT it our wuufitTful n znedv Fkilni which iniis s cbild f Tb MOTHERS Moraua birr Yft r r ill ue price to ONE DOLLAK per BEVARH of frauds count- Â¬ erfeits and substitutes Take nothing but FOR SALE THE PLANT OF TIIE ABSOLUTELY PURE Nfci BARK WRECKED i ti iimuiuu n te 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I- Â¬ Â¬ India and Ceylon and China and Japan are ransomed as wo all believe they will 11 their religious structures will ail be converted into t hrfstian asylums and Christian schools and Christian li- Â¬ braries and Christian churches Built at the expense of superstition and sin they will yet be dedicated to the Lord Almighty Here endcth the third lesson As that night we took the railroad train from the Delhi station and rolied out through the city now living over the vaster cities buried under this an Â¬ cient capital cities under cities a d our traveling servant had unrolled our bed which consisted of a rug anil two blankets and a pillow and as we were worn out with the sightseeing of the day and were roughly tossed on that icveii Indian railway I soon fell into a troubled sleep in which I saw and hi ard in a confused way the scenes and sounds of the mutiny of ls7 which at Delhi we had been recounting and now tiie rattle of the train seemed to turn into the rattle of musketry and now the light at the top of the car deluded me with the idea of a burning city and tiien the loud thump of the railroad brake was in dream mistaken for ning hatterv and the voices at the different station made me think i heard the loud cheer of the British at the taking of tiie ashmere gate and as we rolled over bridges the battle be- fore Deihi seemed going on and as we went through dark tunnels 1 seemed to see tiie tomb of Huinayun in of Delhi king which the was hidden and in my dreams I suv Lieut Kenny of the artillery throwing shells which were hand- ed to him their fuses burning and Cjuipbell and Keid and Hope Jrant covered with blood and Nicholson failing while rallying on the wall his wavering troops and 1 saw dead reiri nient fall across dead regiment and heard the rataplan of the hoofs of Hodgsons horse and the dash of the Bengal artillery and the storming by the immortal fourth column and the rougher the Indian railway became and the darker the night grew the more the scenes that I had been study- Â¬ ing at Delhi came on me like art incu- Â¬ bus Hut the morning began to look through the window of our jolting rail car and the sunlight poured in on my pillow and in my dreams I saw the bright colors of the English flag hoisted over Delhi where the green banner of the Moslem had waved and the voices of the wounded and d ing seemed to be exchanged for the voices that wel- Â¬ comed soldiers home again And as the morning light got bright- Â¬ er and brighter and in my dream I mistook the bells at a station for a church bell hanging in a minaret w here a Mohammedan priest had mum- Â¬ bled his cail to prayer I seemed to hear a chant whether by human or angelic voices in my dream I could uot tell but it was a chant about peace And as tiie and good will to men speed of the rail train slackened the motion of the car became so easy as we rolled along the track that it seemed to me that all the di tress and controversy and jolting and wars of the world bad ceased and in my dream I thought we had come to the time when the ran omed of the Lord shall return and come to Zion wuh songs and everlast Joy upon their heads and borrov and sighing shall flee away 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it be turned into churches Win n An Aged Convirt rardoned Dec Wood Third Sunda and pre- rdav Pastor L H Reynold W Harding av e disciples or chkist EXTIST-Richmond - Kentucky No 6 Second s If on earth there be Da Eden cf I lisr lr- is ths lathis la SMa av Fourth Sunday and preceding Street Elder Collier Second Sunday and prece- - Office over Chenaults grocery 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 leas expenditure adapting the worlds best products to tae needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and plcas ait to the taste the refreshing and trulyÂ¬ beneficial properties of a perfect laxative effectually cleansing the system disth lling colds headaches and fevers rday ds rr aft Pastor and preceding Saturdays Hagerman Sabbath school 10 a Ieasant Joeph Ballew Second and fourth Sun iTABLERSBISP iBUQKEYEllsUUi OINTMENT rtlRES HOTHIHG BUT PILES lalsWaslllllsllsllal A SURE and CEflTAIW CU Zion First and fourth Sundays and Saturday preceding third Sunday Pas Mt r L H Reynold or Richmond Elder W F Smith Paa a m Services every Sunday at Sunday school at 930 a m 1 1 u be hie liut the the throne have down away taking all the display with them and those white marbie floors were reddened with slaughter and those bath rooms ran w itii biood and that Eden of which the perstan couplet on the wails spake nas had its flowers wither and its fruits decay rnd I thought while looking at tiie brilliant desolation and standing amid the vanished glories of that throne room that some one had better change a little that lersian couplet on the wall and make it read Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Oak Pond Second Sunday o White 7 L H Reynold Cnion Christian Church Second Sun iy in each month and Saturday precedingElder W S Gamboe Pator CHKIST CHlKCH EPISCOPAL Morning service and sermon at 1 o1 BEST REMEDY for PLES f KISS EBBUB KJSil lhakum 4 r vAunt as The W4 T at street of Delhi - B1MVMMTJ -es J anf y clock Evening service and sermon at 11 Ladies 4 clock during the winter Soci y on Kridav at 2 p m L M Wil- - Saveyour ORDEfcS FOR Rector R W SMITH CATHOLIC 10 a m Rrchrnood Pastor Rev Father Ma-Jr- Services first and second Sundav at ame rninj Lecture and benediction on the Who represents The Carter Dry Goods Company of Louisville Kentucky BED ROCK PRICES GILT EDGE GOODS J736 It ins pirra satisfaction to million n t with the appro wit of the medical profession because it acts on the Kid i B6TS Liver and Bow m and it is perfectly free from nble substance or sale by all r rug it is mnn rniarig Byrnp ured bv t Co only whoee name is printed on every package also the name Syrup of Figs and being well informed yon will not aceDt any substitute if nflered enrrig 1 thought to m niddefortl Me Loses Cltv Baildlaaj Me Dec 31 A fire KimiKFORO are not built out of re cot cut in sculpture are not paint which started in the toilet room of the walls are not fashioned out of city building early Sunday morning ones do not ipraythe completely gutted the building down to the first story The total le are built out 01 v estimated at 100000 The building to- llftod nnd ennobled- and what cost 540000 over thirty years ago It l w Many of the vw areiuti2ct6 compass mav not sweep was u 101 wi tr The court d icumcnts were lost s pencil may not sketcu 1 may not lay out office was completely burned out and and The city mail wtr and if v night in eart be right all is rijrht and if was in total darknes if the breaking of the e wrong all ia wrong Here --T - If there be a piece wt ere much you miss Tht place is this is this Is thii is this As I came out of the palace into the 31 Daniel Finiey the oldest convict in Clinton risou if not in the state as well in oint of years as in service Mon day morning through the clemency of Gov Flower ceased to be an inmate of that institution his life sentence having been commuted after he has served thirty four years Finiey was convicted of wife murder in the second degree in jew York in ISOO Since his conviction he has spent nearly the entire time of his imprisonment in Clinton prison Finiey was compara- Â¬ tively an old man when he arrived at the prison and is a patriarch now be- Â¬ ing nearly if not quite DOyearsof age He is very anxious to return to Ireland to die Plattsbcko X Y I Â¬ res iroard proceeded along th breakwater and hawing rigged up the rocket apparatus began nring life line in the The faint direction of the wreck light of the rockets soon disclosed the had broken in two Do You - and that the main mast had fallen crushing tl- - lives oat of several of the crew A few survivors could be seen clinging to each half of then THK COLD WF STHKR HIIL SOON Bl mil their piteous cries for help could LPON VOL AMI A ird above the roar of the ocean the foast guard After sieeedeil in Bring i line over the reek OR A y that titre all on board had per- lifeboat vainly tried again Not a to reach the wreck n nn- e of the bark W ILL BE A NECESSITY WI HCE lOTK day and there is no prospect of any es have In fact we have every thini in the healwashed ashore tucky s air ing and cook hag line Our sales have a At Hamburg the lower narts of the ready been large this season An ordinance is before the Owens and even inundated as they were a sale has exemption of man Â¬ boro council for the ago ufacturing plants ft on taxation for Uutits and v rashed ashore live years on the coa t of i indicate nimi paper money in atr was torn that the British bark Loweswater has ing to Lee Hao dveton in tow into small bits bj a rat The owner been lost Si COME AND BUY forwarded several of the fragments to on December Tbe irale of the last two days did was Washington and a enormous damage on the coasts of A SEATING STOVE A C00SIKO redeemed ium ami Get many f new tobueeo have been iiortn rrai Somb crops STOVE A ANGE A GEATE Is were towed tents sold in Bourbon at Crom ven in a badly shattered into AND EVERYTHING NECESSARY TO Whin aske i the other mot stranded the rumor that he won an i some of the seamen aboard were ACCOMPANY THEM SlCH AS session of the legislature Dov Brown lost The Ostend Dover steam pack- answered that he had not decided to ITered Chimney Tiles convene the general assembly n the St Johns N F Dee SI A furious 7irs Brici Hearths extra seas here all of Saturday niht Tichs Ccczir s ITtcnsils c so high that the Ai orric his been established Lego Carter cot ied at this mail at Oflg jents tor IlmiMi foriisi Cele for twenty four hours It is the ukmhi Economist Virol gut Steei iMviN- - is the IlW Mamiikw who are and Cast R s inion an master at Bac Mercer county and trade that the Mrs 11 Iloiuine at Tampico storm has wrought considerable dam Â¬ county CLAUDE CO lost mi Ftslet night watchman at age among the coastwise craft the Maytield woolen mills was acci dentally shot and ki c by Edward Another Knibpzxlrr They were Wilson near Morganfleld Ill i ov N V Dec 31 M F Ross a id Wilsons gun was out bird hunting book keeper in Use Hudson River i r accidental al hank of this city was ar A iAiaK barn Belonging to S II rested Saturday night by Deputy is the BEST 9W CUAbT ht fcr akins Stokes a farmer residing near Bus iff Harvey on a warrant sworn out by ville was destroye by tire the other the bank officials charging him with ar 3 CORDOVAN night Five tine horses were burned frrunri larceny in the tirst degree The 43s Fine Zau Kmcju vith no insur examination of the hoiks kept by to death Lom 38PP0UCE3 SOLES ance The tire ws caused by tramps Rossmon showed a shortage of about A noNl issued by Hath county in aid The money making up this vB EXTRA FINE- - trS Big Sandy railroad of the Lexington amount was taken from time to time 2i7BQYs3aaiLSH8a which was lost before its maturity in and it is claimed was stent in stock JL AJDIES Jt ias just turned up in Europe and speculation and fast Living ssoasusaai ss by an eastern broker for is now held admitted the theft and has Won Tbe bond is a 30 year I collection locked up to await an examination SEND TOR CATALOGUE bearing interest at 7 per cent ami viiicli litis iieen set down for Monday now amounts to nearly I The prisoner has been employed as a Over One Million People wear the HosVACV Woods fatally shot James book keeper in the bank for several W L Douglas 3 4 Shoes Martin at laint Lick because the lat- yesru and was not suspected nntil re- AU cur shoes are equally 5tlsfactory j when his accounts were found ter spoke disparagingly of the formers They give the best value lor the money wife crooked ihcv equal custom shoes In style and nt 7hclr wearing qualities are unsurpassed TkeasiREK Haie in an interState stamped en sola he prices a uniorm view on the comition of the states From Si to z saved over other makes CONDENSED NEWS your dealer cannot supply yoa we can Sold by if finances said the situation could be permanently relieved only by h thereil Iroui All Iirl of the oaitrj by JACS FRSS2aAlT tive action an increase in the tax rate Tleii apli 30 52 EichsEiond Er a reduction in authorized expendior The authorities of the National Dank of Commerce New York do not tures aica- re Books The new military company at Frankfort which was recently mustered in tion will exeee selected the name of McOeary guards has been per Telephone eounection in honor of the popular congressman feeted between lleinter on Ky HopÂ¬ W STUART Proprietor JONES com Â¬ kinsville Springfield Testa Gallatin from the Eighth district The pany is composed of about forty of the Teuti anH as far south as Athena Ua A special from Home Ia says Dora best known young men in town all of Pure Whiskies Wines whom are enthusiastic admirers of Mr William locked her three children in took this means of com- her home and uent risiting The re- Â¬ McCreary and Brandies c plimenting him upon his public reeor sult was that the home and all the chil- Â¬ As the whiskey t iz his been raised 2oc pe The last one fifth of Wns W000000 dren were burned on I wi her aftor sell pure year-old At Paris the court martial in the case yal school fund will be due January 1 Jett whiskey at 225 per gallon f apt Dreyfus who wua recently LiviNisroN countys jail has been I have engaged he services of Mr Robt condemned and I n iron caire will be condemned to life imprisonment t r Terrill as bartender who will be pleased to placed inside the old structure until a high treason will hoar the captaiis have hi friends cail ami see him petition for another trial Mondav new one can be erected House Saloai In Craw ford county O a calf was W Hnjjn JUNKS The Butler county grand jurv re Â¬ ports the courthouse in that county as lorn on the farm of Martin Sp ide that Second Street 40 39 liable to collapse at any time and sug- had two distinct heads no tail and aid bone with that it be replaced with another both hind let- gests Laiikin Hawkivs a layette county out the siyn of a joint at tne knee The condition of Representative and Negro who waa recently released from BtriVEKS or eiect Gear of Iowa showed the penitentiary after serving eighteen CINCINNATI and ST LOUIS years was arrested the other day foi such preat improvement Sunday that WITH he will be able to resume his congres stealing br PALACE SLEEPING CARS Neak Bonayr Boot Bird and a man sional duties within a very short time The Dank of Madisonville which BETWEEN named Spann were Killed and three others were injur by the explosion of was organized in 1993 has decided to ST LOUIS and WASHINGTON D C on account liquidation o into a mill boi VIA Af The outlook for the operation of the of the illness of its cashier BIG FOUR ROUTE depositors and stockholders a e street car line iu Krankfort this winter paid in full a handsome divissead is ex is rather gloomy The elegant service offered by the Big Madison UIVMT is getting a great pected iietween Cincinnati and St Louis is Dr Hooth a well known character excelled by no other line prompt- Â¬ deal of merited p aise for its Night tiains are Â¬ ness in trying and convicting murderer who for many years practiced medi ed ol iew con throughout coaches taken of the latest improved pattern aasi Wagner cine in Crestline 0t William Taylor to the ooauatj infirmary after run Sleeping Cars in service for the first time ning through a ti iy fortune that he Day trains have Parlor and Drawing Room Establishing s Theory ima sed and also a legawy from a Cars and Exquisite Dining Cars and Do you think said the intellectual Througi Ha ace Buffet Sleeping Cars be dear friend young woman fiat there is any truth Two brothers named Dautry have tween St Louis and Washington D C in the theory thit big creatures are been arrested on the charge of mur via Iiulianjpo is Cincinnati anw Chesa better natured than small ones connection with the dericg Mine Charles tne money peake is Oak Ry in The Dining Cai Ser 1 V K K Yes unamend the young man changer of the Palais Royal Paris extends through Iroui Si Io is to do Look at th difference between are anarchi t and ma- Â¬ on regardthe Jersey moscjulto and the Jersey terials for the mannfictur of bombs ing rates etc apply to neaitsi ticket agent cow Life found in their or address The British steamer Oxford from Awful P D U MARTIN T A m red at e o Mccormick p Didnt yon Palermo for New Mrs Catchings weeping hear about it Mary has run off with Gibraltar witn some of Its awful dauu that young Gillington THE- collision French bark Marie awful awful SO badly dam Well I Louise The bark v Mrs Gadders u social rival j should say so Have his parents of ayeii that she sank Five of her crew were drow fered a reward fcr him yet Fuck Are a pioneer coal operator The Last Resource of Drazil Ind and one of When lovely womsn stoops to folly ns in the county incen- And ilnds too lats she s gtttinE gray trated lye an can then ber worst fears joliyf What cfiirm led on the corner of First and lr dition Iiis wife put the lye in a tea What art can wash the sign awayf treets They have 14 year old An Tae only iv cup to clean it and Mr Iove thinkin And hile count V and home made whiskies me of the lye before it was tea ier lover And bring back All aget Fresh lieer dailv from the city he di cov And ring her flnj tr is to dye BranJies and Wa A note-- N Y World tnre of the peoples and kand can furnish any amount from a ters hollo Mill to fiie gallons at lowest Fsllum I ui possible e of the rowdy jollity which at the bar or i your buggy or send ii Clerk I really cennot read this letThe ci good ter sir the writng is too bad us to be dying Icxiking tx M r ion will wait on Nonsense ilorcr impatiently and the po The writing is cod enough any ass n De- swelled LI and it to me X Y could read it L T WILSON Prop i I In a who was shot about siv difficulty with Albert Austin die other mornintr from his wounds Austin caused by internal bleeding will probably be bel t for murder Triiu cot m uaits to b- - dry and a vigorous campaign is being waged against the saloons as the election draws near Two Calloway eo inty farmers west to law over the disputed ownersh a calf worth about SS Judge Hamlin has handed down a lecision i the case and the costs in the suit A NFW opera bouse wi com pleted at Fulton Tyree Iakk YViiitki K fatally and Cole with au ax when be found tin m at iiis home near Morehi ad uk meeting conducted by Evangel ises at Miilersour - res forty additions to the various churches and nearly as ma ly BON were reclaimed IHlirv lnited States marshals deÂ¬ stroyed a large moonshine distillery on IVa Ridge in Clinton county a few days v 1AK11 barn belonging to Loo H wards near Sebree an containing 0 pounds of t rbaeco was hi nave the otiier day It UTsl t but been tue work 01 incendiaries Ihounda brougat from Earlington could not trail the supposed culpi tLARKMF McLiitov and Will Boyd who reside near Kelly a inail si north of Hopkinsville became involved in a quarrel while drinking when Uoyd stabbed MeElroy in the side inflicting a serious but not ratal wi te im 01 TODUAKD will publish migration con 10000 copies of a pamphlet giving a full description of Kentucky and Ken 1 Â¬ Â¬ Paksakh of Ohio county jv niDieaio ruiusnj - nn un l others ilYl Friendl w A m w Holijhead Her Entire Crew cf Twenty Six the Eottom of 1 rHlif srl t lip Vessel M ftp Thcsw is 2fe Irrxpprt of An I 111 SOLO BV ALL OPUCCIST8 CO Write for book Go TO MOTHERS CO to THE p ERAGHELD REGuLATOH MOUNTAIN SENTINEL -- hSfftsssaa sXU1 ti nions Inn--- Ulp Iatr Lite Wrought rm ard Hlvir HOTEL LELAND S R Short BROOKS i K U Dapot IOM o Dee SI The Br wrecked in a pale it Holly- uiis LEXINGTON KENTUCKY s Tiina and i ith New IluiMinij New Furaitare r entire crew of twentylur Elctti c Elevator El cm six men The Oseo was viri ven aj Holyhead break water Het Heated ibrnoghoal er sijrnais of distress were first beanl bj ck rnard nt i treet one square from IS OFFERED FOR SALE- - CHEAP At thai Treat waves wen- u tin breakwater In si4angei of oeiitL washed into the sea iark an STOVES Need Stoves m It N fir in its appoint ments and will be sold al FOR 3 STOVE GRATE BARGAIN My reason tor selling ja that my time is wholly taken up on the Climax Given Satisfaction 8 i F Rock i j 1 Harpers Weekly Harper- Weekly a p clonal hi forv I of the time rtant event accurately am un and descriptive text of ivelv rder The manner in which during 1S04 it 11a- - treated the Chicago railn and the China Japanese war and the throw on attention was directed O tin little known countrv are exam almost bourn rces ulian Raf h the distinguished writer and correspondent to the icat I 01 war ami there joined bv C Wel don the wed known American artist now - re ident in Japan Dm rery vital question wi be d with vigor and without preju Â¬ dice in the editorial column- - and aso in i 1 3 i 1 i i 1 SMITHS Â¬ nn WL Douglas O Wllwl - ia each drpai tment Portraits of the men anil rtoinen who are making hi torv and powerful and au tic political cartoons wi continue to he characteri iic features This Buv World with its keen and kind inent on the lesser doings ol the i fnent dn v remain a Fiction There will be two powerful ii - vcr- hoth handsome letti s and manv short stores by r- v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the tirst number lor January of each vear When no time is 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letter by Catherine de Forest is a weekly transcript of the laest stvles and caprices in Under the oead of New York the mode Fa hions plain directions and full particulars given as to shapes fabrics trim- Â¬ mings and accessories of the costumes of Childrens Clothwell dresed women A ing receive practical attention pattern sheet supplement enables readers to cut and make their own gowns The woman who takes Harpers Bazar is prepared for everv occasion in life cere- Â¬ monious or informal where beautiful dress Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y is requisite -- Â¬ An American serial Dr Warricks Daughter bv Rebecca Harding Davis a strong novel of American life partly laid in Pennsylvania and partly in the South will occupv the last hnlthe ear Es avs and Social Chats To this department Spectator will contribute her charming papers on what wearedohig in New York societv vers to Coi respondents Questions the persona attention ot the edi at tne earliest pos s b e at- - liter their reco Â¬ us t CORNER SALOON azar begin with he first number lor Jmuarv of each vear - mentioned ah n subc iptioo it begin with tbe number current at the tunc ot receipt 01 order Cloth cases for each volume suitable or binding will be ent bv mail post u receipt of i each Title page the f the -- ent on app j -- be made bv post- money order or draft to avoid chance of loss Newspapers are not to copy thi adver tisement without the express order ol rlar per Brothees 1 Remttai office 1 1 HARPERS PERIODICALS Harpers Mag zine one Bazar Young People age tree to all subsc j var rv v 4 00 4 Â¬ t n - 00 suit Box t THE CLIMAX rcniirnm tvur wedkimoat by Crty away The Climax Printing liK AXD Co ii MiUflB PRICK IKI VKAK JAN fl50 16 WEDNESDAY ASVEETIS1N EATES SPACF I tnh Inthr i at 7 J oo II m - poJuoc 1 7 50 4 28 7s 34 51 rsr r mat- - pt anonymous or return but re- - the exclaimed tlie bartt-n-de- r At a weddin dewent ke yee inane a Bawanal of the houses were explored No I niaue a weddin I fink I ought and large oiantitiea of potter and some to know I was tharr instrument evidently used for culti J Well what were found In one I wint to the weddin and the lursht vatinjr the soil man I met was a little hit av a jude iu house a slrleloiiof a tian was discovered lavinder pants a long tailed coat and a not over four Coat tight inches in height The canon at this place is half a mile white waist coat wide and shows every evidence of hav Â¬ Whor mu sav Im the best man sez he and he ing been cultivated If this proves to be a fact on later examination it w ill throw new light on these mysterious ieople of THE PNFlMATIC ITER long ago As far as known no other a ever been evidence of cultivation An interesting wriei of exeiimeiits discovered of this departed race have een made recently to test the dif the draught or roatl fricerence NEW YttKK FASHIONS a carnage w ith or without the tion modern pneumatic tirel wheels Two FAJiCT TAIlli IIMIXs iMBRoIDlirl ordinary lxx buggies were employed AS1IION ilUE CLOTHS WW MOT weigh M aaaaaa each being weighted to KESKVl TDK DIANA JKWE1KY a- - found t u a smooth hard pine flow it KMIIRK KVV8 that the iwer required to start the Heretofore tiennau handwork Fayal pneumatic tire from a stands till was four embroidery and drawn work were the IHitinds ani the power required to start principal araaanaaMttoaa of high class the steel tired carriage wt three panda fancv table linens but Venetian and Next an obstruction a M af an inch liigh French together with handwork wa- - placed in front of each carria e and Renaissance lace may now lie added aaaaaa aj rcpiiied it was found that constituting many Iveautifu designs to haul the steel tired carriage over the which are often a reminder of popular iitiw and but 11 aaaaaa to draw seem to indicate that this was method employed in ascent and hapMl 1 I Â¬ I 1 9 the pneumatic tired carriage lar exKriments with obstructions of various kinds showed that about the aaa maintained by the pneumatic tana To haul the two carrier an ordinary sand road it was Nr and the bje-- found that the steel tires required alxiut have in Is and the pneumatic alvout Si - A great many experiment of nil that is showed little or no varial matter the same nature Sientitic in this piopoitioii riation nr American as Â¬ Â¬ styles in dress materials or millinery garlands of violets adorning table cloth ordcrs and dainty lresden figures in connection with Honiton braid bringing A aliont very attractive combination decided preference is evinced for small figures in new table cloths such as ivv leaves clover leaves acorns or blades of knotted together and usuallv the birder is of similar pattern somewhat enlarged with aerhana the addition ot satiu tiuish dots BChbox i t w York nv public ii n 11s Â¬ BALL TiiKV railway imiii anv UJuaupli v - mk miht rr hook- - In the killing oti of a few foot ball mder- - end is players and prize lighters put to these brutal spirts the thcrciv men may have said to have died tor a -- rod rwensboro Messenger cans it an in rtv thai I voted n t N and ihject tly vcrn- Barprie- - 11 with tinas the Argentine impropriation of t at the Cotton This - e with New From hall reigns triumphant es the news that Iwwwilia Wrat la ea the means of saving A young Rap-lis of the ungodly ned to a church in MinneaHilis Kansas found his charge diaintejfratioo in the bafl nation and no apparent nope for a I At revival of interval in chun h affairs was 111 despair Then he organ ball team in the town and victory over a neighboring auJ rival town The next d to the rding to one newspaper standing room conM have been it li a heathen And yet there are ministers who condemn the great American game I admit ot much ornament and a beautiful one shown by a leading house has three rows of hemstitching inside the hem with an immense circular spray of Sowers theendanot meeting occupying almost the whole centre done in raised embroidery of Venetian green siik with twelve napkins to match eat h having a corresponding spray at one coiner A fancy cloth has w Teat lis of violets natural colors woven iu the bonier with napkins similarlv adorned Table napkins vary greatly in size thirty nine inches square being one extreme ami ingeil doilies the Oppaaite Centre - and bullet scarfs are still aliotit the usual size and may have a plain centre and deep edge in Venetian or French hamiwoik or wide scalloped edges embroidered in yellow siik with etoaten oi and small chrvsanthemums at ir- regular intervals Â¬ TIIKN AOAIM Buffalo News at the Kterior Ill- - MOTHFK INLAW phosphate iu Flori- - if the ill lie made by s I II through ad de- - and lrom the the pub ilding way and ret B m free inc A paasen for the round trip n lxt miles of At- niile w ill lie put p Co will t ntral liberal - Judge held that itions employed foi rp ration and elv to held i tion eui- hv sin h in- - r BS - ate other itions It nius- liat if the rules strictly ap- laintiff is quite but if tuctiou is follows that if tl 01 charitable to invest ity as lie the entir might be thus deprive this city of ie lrom realty invention cer- trary to public policy and ntion indicate a rary intent titutions as used in the section supra in the opinion of the court were led to be in it I to the hx al prop buildings FT property h situated as a part of the institution it- inda Judge lvlwanlsSUS-iit-- the funnieste experience 1 re- bo hood times was that of m ineiii11 ujile in our neighborhoiHl w ho ran sail a man at away and got married After the Cnion DeDOt last evening the bridal tour was over the couple went to the young Lnlys home to make peace with the oil folkc The young ladys father met them at the door and taking ighter by the arm thrust her into a and looked her up and gathering itgun ordered his off the place and threatened his life if he er retaraed The young man went home and Kit down Bad did some hard d word to the tiiink young ladys mother for her to come - and every and get her daughtc thing that belonged to her She did so am the young man held his mother-iu- prisoner and hostage for the return of his w ile He tea took a shotgun and stinxl guard mi day after the father of the young lady came over la negotiate a Assoon as he rnrrender of prisoners came in sight he waved his white hand kerchief in token of a truce The result I mutual exchange of prisoners llie vming man made such a good iin- daring n uiMin his mother-in-laher captivity that all differences were up and the hatchet was buried reran is a bbsat hearth Louisville P of novelties in watches and chatelaines the different arrangement however of KENTUCKY 6 CRIMINALS such exquisite embellishments as enam- Â¬ eling hand painting and all precious AN INCREASE OF t o VICTS OCT Ol lv constitutes much that To Till OKOVVTll ol llll IATION A miniature binnacle 1a marine is new The annual report of Col Henry George Warden of the State Ienitenti- - instrument is a novelty la watches the of a three cent tliat on Novemlier Mk there face being about the size in the institution as piece and entirely out of sight until the icts bauble is turned up a year ago compared with Â¬ I son-in-laÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 petition keii to the Court ot Apjieais No SEED 1K DELAY uliilently assen- iat he knows what he is talking ill be wiped MOST WONDERFUL VILLAGE OF off the lace of the earth at the end of two CLIFF lAYKILFKs EVES DISyears But why wait two years Glas COVERED gow Tin The most wonderful village of cliff dwell- Â¬ TO PREVENT FK T WINDOWS ers extant has just been discovered in the All of us know what a nuisance steam Bradshaw Mountains Arizona says a or frost windows are in cold weather spevial to the Cincinnati Post and an organizing to A very thin coat of glycerine applied to exploring party is now both sides of the glass will prevent anv visit the place ami thoroughly inspect it arwistate forming thereon and will stay The village is in one of the most inac canons of that remarkable range tin il it collects so much dust that it can Â¬ cessible Foi this reason it and Las never before been seen by white not be seen through w should be put on very thin Survevors men Some wonderful discoveries ere can use it on their instruments fn foggy made The canon was stumbled on by acciweather and there is no film to obstruct ght In fact it tin be used any dent by two prospectors White and where to prevent moisture from forming Williams who did not attempt a thorough exploration owing to the great size on a surface From the uf the ancient settlement no oouiu MAN were THE description uey that this is the largest illage oi the kind aa stories has gained ever discovered it is situated along the A h ffoose r de An un- - high bauks of Willow Canon and the i to number 2ti0 Eaoerahl isle walked housebar It is a dilhcult matter to reach the dav with his hat even with pack animals which ear his clothes torn r its having been so long un Â¬ tgias onto his shirt by atdiscovered Theie are three natural ask- and the bar- - tut sates in the canon wall dwellings open back from them Nar- - Dr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IS3 are ill coiilinement selitein Of tlie old convicts receivetl from Sheriffs during the year one fifth of them wen- under years of age more than one half were under L i years of age and iour lifths of them were nutlet 30 vears of age when receivol of the S6 re only one claimeii to have a good education and Lj4 had a common educahail none tion and ue HI receivetl fScWasad to have been Iruiik when they committed the crimes for which they were sent up anil aimed to have lieen softer at the time Of tlie S61 received 174 gave their occupation as laborers The cost of feeding ami clothing the prisouers was an average of 14 2 o cents per day jer convict The net earnings winch strict lalxir was f only lacks Ssoi 71 of feeding ami clothing them for the year The report also shows that while the population of Kentucky has increased since lsS3 only 23vMs or 133 M ier cent the at ion has increased from 905 in nearly double iu 1714 in eleven vears Uf tlie ig life ll xi lltl 9 Â¬ Â¬ ge v Iluryin Taylor lias left town to make a brief visit among friends preparatory to leaving for Rloomington 111 where he yies U attend school Mrs Mary Harris of Lexinrton ar- Â¬ rived Monday to attend the Schooler Hacker vveddiiiir Miss Katie lirannon a winsom young lady of Iarfs is visiting Misses Kunz on Orchard street Mr Jno Conners of Chicago is day operatoi at L iv N depot Mr Oeorye YV Tompkins of the Courier Journal Printing Co was in town last week Judge W H Lilly aud Coiintv Clerk V I Vaughn of Irvine were callers at the C ii vi v office last Friday Editor Haiiiitou of the Winchester Sun was over to see the hanging Ben F Wilcox of Irvine was down with the boys at the Necktie Matinee last week Ben will never grow ohl THE OENtTSE EMPIRE KAN Mr Brntus J Clay of Bourbon was in i just eighteen inches long is studded Richmond from Thursday until Friday with small silver aim steel figures and on business has mother-of-pesticks 1 arger vaMessrs Bob Baldwin Strauss Kidd rieties have two miniature heads painted ami Harry Strauther of Winchester on gauze or two figures framed in paint- Â¬ came over to the hanging ed scroll work set off by flowers formed Mrs Jno Cunningham of Paris has of very minute spangles returned after a pleasant visit with relaVekona Clarke tives and friends W I Oldham has returned from a WHAT TO SEE IN Till NATIONAL visit to aft Sterling friends MUSEUM Washington is the great Mecca of Mr Henry Hillinghain Kayburn has America No citv in the country is vis- accepted a poakfoa with W I Oldham Co ited annually by such countless numbers of bridal couples and hosts of sightseers Miss Dovie Blythe Parrish iB very low of a less interesting class One of the at her home Maple Grove on Dreaming places which every one visits is the great Creek National Museum where the governJ W Tilery was arrested Sunday ment has on exhibition thousands and night by officers Feeny and Berry thousands of interesting objects- The charged with fogeries committed in average visitor wanders alwiut from room Powell county As the officers of Powell to room giving a glance only at each case county did not call for him he was le ami goes away tired physicallv and con leased fused mentally at the perplexing imMr and Mrs John Alhuan entertained mensity of the exhibition For the benefit of those who may about fifty of their voung friends at their hereafter visit the museum I will tle home on the Big Hill pike on Mouday scrilie a few of the things some of them night iu a ino6t hospitable manner iu corners which every COKKBSlONDKNUB one should surely see The great war cloak of the early kings of the Samlw itll KOWIVNI Islands is one of the most curious and Mrs J M Adams who has been visi- Â¬ interesting exhibits This was made of coarse cloth covered with red yellow and ting friends autl relatives at Corbin retilack feathers arranged in a peculiar de- turned home last Thursday Mr A H Meyer brakeman on the ign The yellow feathers were obtained from a rare native bird which must Richmond branch has been on the sick le captired alive and set at lilierty after list for several days J I Barnes whe has been railroading the tuft of vellow feathers found under the w ings are pulled out Three of these Awarded feathers would bring in barter goods of Highest Honors Worlds Fair the value of one dollar ami fifty cents The cloak was about one hundred years in making and was finished in the eighth reign from its beginning It constituted a most cherished possession of t ie crown and at present rate of wa nt more than a million of dollars or more thau the Orloff Pitt or Kohmoor jialnondB are worth roonj invertebrate hv themselves will be in a c found the precious great auks egg and skeleton to see which the enthusiastic ornithologist may well make a pilgrim- age across the continent The great auk was once found in great numbers on MOST PERFECT MADE Funks Island near Newfoundland The centre pieeea are of Renaissance lace with embroidered wheels among the and this material is simply a strong heavy reproduction of what is now so fashionable for collars or capes rnametitatiou is fairly lavished uon tinger bowl doilies or fancv mats ami white silk Russian lace doilies with silk centres on a polished wood table or grape leaf mats covered with embroiderv in shaded green silk set around on a white cioth convey some idea of the beauty of present styles and it is noticeable that the demand for colored embroid- 1ls i reasetl g xxl housekeepers erl realizing that hv using Ivory snap the - will last as long as the material her A LASTS cost mi - incomplete a ithont a handsome buckle on the collar accordingly the vatiety of oblong square round or oval buckles cause a profound respect for human ingenuity and those who object to verv large ones C00B romise the matter by wearing two or three The Diana cres cent a sisis iu the utter annihilation of the brooch and is both lange or small composed of diamonds or plain gold in older that it may be within the means of new toy does not imiall classes tate Natures great luminary very closely as the point are BOO open although in very expensive crescents one is put within the Other in such a wav that the ends are brought much nearer together A slender gold chain lassing through a precious stone and drawn up or enlarged at pleasure with one end loose is called the Sliding bracelet and atnaOy the end terminates in a jewelled ball early Hutch navigators found them so tame and stupid that when in want of fresh fowls they would lay their ships along sitle the shore and drive the birds up the gang plank into the boat After a time the birds were all killed off the last pair being taken in Iceland in the year Six years ago a single egg of this 1S44 biid was sold at auction in London for about Sl JOO The kpecirnen w hich the government owns is in perfect condition but the skeleton is made up out of a job lot ot ohl bones One of the few things 1 rememier hav ing seen at the Centennial was a pair of boots made out of the tanned epidermis at BOOM sapiens in other won Is of hu man skin This gruesome but fascinating object is now in storage not having been unpacked since its return from the Worlds Fair The leather to the unitia ted resembles perhaps coarse Morocco and the boots look as if they would stand good service In Bvopa the skin of criminals has frequently been tanned for such use Ixt us hope that the tough citizen whose hide was worked up into these goods hv an American tanner was at least of foreign birth Tlie original Francis life car is to be seen in one of the sitle rooms This car nstructed hv Joseph Francis and was taken to the New Jersey coast for trial During a terrible snow storm on the night of January IS MM the ship ami the was wrecked Ayerahire car was drawn out to it by means of a line tied to a ball which was tired lyiad after load of hu from a cannon man freight it carried in safety through the breakers to the shore The two hun dred passengers and forty eight of the crew were thus rescued from what would otherwise have leeii certain death This car was never afterwards used bnt was presented by the government to the inventor to le preserved as a relic for all For that purpose it was coining time deposited by the inventor in the National Museum Everybody who goes to the museum of course looks first at the relics of George Washington ami General Grant These are in caws directly in front of the main entrance ami are guarded night and lay by special policemen The government maintains a large farce of curators and assistants whose ole duty seems to be to disarrange and rearrange the various objects They are continually carrying things from one part of the building to another and one is never certain where he will Bad aa object he wishes to see To an occasional vi itor an important part of the interest lelt is in tiiiding a solution to their latest plan of classification For many years the writer has upon each visit tried to locate a large case contain- Â¬ ing life sized ligures of a Japanese man ami woman who appear to lie engaged in It would be a an incipient flirtation safe estimate to say that in fifteen visits the case was found in at least a bakers dozen different iarts of tlie building For that reason it is usually imjiossible to direct people where to go to see cerCato tain objects Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out West for sometime now has a posi- Â¬ tion on the K D from Lebanon Junc- Â¬ tion to Corbin Len Parsons conductor from Lebanon Junction to Corbin was here with his parents last week he went over to Rich- Â¬ mond Friday Thos Hurley went to Junction City last Sunday on No 24 A large Opera troupe we did not learn the name is billed for Stanford on the night of the 15th Since the recent Bald snap we have heard several complaints about frost bitten ears and fingers Success to The Climax and readers Â¬ With Malice Toward Ksae and I HAVE ADOPTED SPOT 1 fO Mild T I titTaa Fwt Any one who has children will rejoice with L B Mulford of Plaintield N L His little boyt five years of age was sick with croup For iwo davs and nights he tried various remedies recommended bv I He says and neighbors Iriend thought I would lose him I hid seen Chamberlains Cough Remedv advertised and thought I would try it as a last hope and am happv to say that after two doses I gave it to him he slept until morning I keep next Jay and a cure was effected this remedy in the house now and a soon as any of mv children show signs of croup I give it to them and that is the last of it t and 50 cent bottles lor sale bv W F Powers and T S lagan 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Has stood the Test of Time teat with the By this mean that hereafter nnlera the mo t be iil for when defirefcd order till rood nni beemoM a majority of ny eostoanen I am forced to take this step I can no hn have failed to m t their bills when due tod meated plan o bay what the rer conduct mv basinet the only SPOT CASH you pleueaiid pay traea yoa pleaae plan alike just to bayer aad by I thank von for the verv liberal patronage of the pant and honesl methods aad a careful attention toaJl courteous trertroeat business entrusted to roe I hop to merit a continuance of your trade took of the best in the mar- Â¬ I will always keep a fall in the future Â¬ ket ami my prices will be as low as is consistent with the high quality ot mv goods Respectfully bappy-go-lueky AS MY MOTTO FOR TH w ft Financial bnt CASH THE CITY OF RICHMOND As required by Chart FUTURE ending Decern r8y4 4 REIKI t Jan From former Treasurer License City Collector I nt s Feb Men City Collector License Fines City Collector Fines Citv Collector Apr MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED 11 L R BLANTON DEALEB IN 27 38 License Fines Rent May LMI Hows This We offer one hundred dollars reward for anv case of Catarrh that can not be cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure Co Toledo O F J Chfxky We the undersigned have known F I Cheney for the la t 15 vears and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and firanciallv able to carry out any obligation s made bv their firm West Triax Wholesale Druggists Walking Kinn n MarToleVo O vin Wholesale druggists Toledo Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous Testimonials sent surface of the svletn free Price 75c per bottle Sold bv all druggists Mr Ira P Wetinore a prominent real estate agent of San Angelo Texas ha used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv in his family for several years as occasion required and alHe sav ways wih perfect success find it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery Inow feel that my outfit is not complete without a bottle of this remedy at home or on a trip away from home For sale by W T Powers and T S Hagan For rheumatism I have found nothing It equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm relieves the pain as soon as applied J W Young West Liberty W Va The prompt relief it affords is alone worth the cost 50 cents Ita continued use will For sale by W t li ct 1 permanent cure F Powers and T S Hagan Price a hat or cap at Stouffers with 2 riff off and be surprised 3 What about your insurance Turley Insure that big barn Powell ley 3 Tur3 ta- - W H Sale and J T Huls with their families left for Sherman 1exa Before leaving Mr Sale on the 7th inst who as you all know is an ardent advo cate of temperance came to bid us hue well and lelt the following short article for publication iu the Ciimvv hoping that it would reach the conscience of some person ami resuit in apod t a ft low creature Biciimonp Jan 7th TheCiiMvx of last week stated that we had gone to Texas but we are still here although the time has arrived win 11 we will tlepart A distinguished member of the bar once said to me that of all the criminals he hail defended daring his life long practice there were only two where strong drink was not in some way or manner a prominent factor in their crimes The ten saloons run by the lih1 pet ple of this totvn cost the owners 22000 liefore they get one dollar out of the biis- r themselves The saloon keepers are not Eoacroen above all men The people make the laws and sell the licenses and tbrongh 1 the the saloon keepers their liquor and are responsible for the conee- illeli Awake ye Christians of the ten Churches of the town Whatsoever ye I you sow sow that shall ye also reap whisky license saloons you will reap a harvest of drunkards The criminal docket in the different coorta show this n nine cases out of ten Good by to everybody Peace M with us till we meet again Â¬ -1- COAL COKE KINDLING AND FEED from Coiirt lice and Yard License Fines - or Main and K Streets only 1 aanie June July License se - ftytytytytv CURES Colic Flux Cramos Diarmcea Cholera Morbus Nausea Changes of Water Etc m LIGHTNING HOT DROPS BREAKS UP A COLO 50c sue contains two and one half times as much as 25c bottle d of Edut it Citv Ken i Cuts HEALS Burns Bruises Sept Bites of Animals and Bugs Etc Scratches lines License - Smells Good Mo Tastes Good Pat Sold EvztirwHii HERB MEDICINE CO 2S aud 50c Peh Bottle Mo Relief Dec O Citv t 0 SPRINGFIELD eVavevBvevnvavak4 Jan Total Receipts Dlsl TARIFF Feb V street I Turpin a S M ficet VW tl Mch S V a 0 P It Richmond Inves J V J S v el W 11 UK Largest line of Clothing Hats Caps Shirts and Underwear to be sold with the Apr B I v nt J D Powell Tariff Off Before vou buv your Suit Overcoat or Underwear see our immense stock and hear our prices with the I penses -indry acct May S V1 IKIWONAL W i Tax Who have the best companies Answer Ilarvev Cobb f Bloomington Illinois Powell Turley 3 2 is rinitiaa relatives at this place B Shirts drawers s x gloves hat caps 0 Iarrish attended the Court of c with tariffoff at Stoufters Appeals at Frankfort Friday and Satur suits duv of last week Powell fe Turley pay all fire losses Mr J P Nurris Maroa Illinois was 3i called to the liedside of his father Turlev 2 Fire insurance Powell Yoanger Nurris As was also Oliver Dont forjret the musical treat in Norris of Normal Illinois Mis Camille Bertel of New Orleans store for vou on the 15th inst is vi iting her friend Miss Kosa Iee Al Leave your measure for a suit to order verson 2 at Stouflers tariff ofl ale 33 Mei srs Alverson and Walton of the as well as storms Look out for fires Stanford Interim Journal vera in town Powell 8c Turley 1 3- Ktra Feeny finar Police paid t J D Taluk J D 1 THR1FF orr last week Ts been it the worla since Pcwell 2c Turley Fires like death aal taxes have its creation J Are you going to do with your Tariffoff means tine clothing at trash The public schools have hoy prices at Stouffers II33 cloaed ami your boy will be idle Far Keat all the year unless you send him House and four acres of land on West to the Main street A WHAT SjBsp I We hare tlie largest line We have the latest styles We have the lowest prices for tine custom clothing underwear hats etc Feeny Extr Police Sundry sect July Salaries - indry acct Repairing Engine House P H Sullivan Expenses J D Feeny 8pecl Police 1 Largest line oi Boys and childrens Clothing We make Suits to Order at from Rich Produce Coal Co Rich Water 5c Li ht Co Aag Salaries Printing Bonds P H Sullivan work on Ordinances mood Investment Co D O Niel desirable location C II Â¬ Pnt is The oldest clothing house in Richmond where to buv clothing Stoufler J133 mm side We have Dont neglect jour insurance Powell We are ready for him Turley god teachen and plenty ot ro m 31 Clothing never so cheap as now at lor your boy ami tiiiTs too Pttp NOW i Stouffers oldest clothing house in RichpOM you send I hem on Fifteen Dollars Up and guarantee a perfect fit Call and see our stock before vou buv Breck Atty I It B Ternll Chief Fire Department - ipervisors Tax C S Powell Expense to Chicago V H Adams for rockC S Powell for selling bonds Harris Allman acct for 11 - 60 00 bnck the time We have clave to suit any boy ot any aire Send lor our Fir is a good servant but a bad catalogue and see It you want Powell ft Turley master to know the character of our work For Kent aek our patrons We are too moil Also Residences conveniently located est to tell in this -- ad Bit the best ice house in town Apply- at Clim a hest way to test tbe merjls of our H Howell office school is to come and see Tuition 30 31 in pre paratory department is only To Conlrarlors 2 and o per month mond 2I 33 3- Sundry acct labor i Sept Salaries Wagers ONiel Sundry acct H C Rice books for lice Court M N Po- Â¬ li j Â¬ Sealed bids for the construction of cattle pens in the citv of Richmond Ky will be receiveJ until Saturday January 12 at 12 m Apply to J H Powell for plans and specifications 3 3t k Normal Department enthusiastic STOUFFERS THE OLDEST Is now open with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ pupil for examination Each year examinations are becoming more See Stouffers tariff off prices on clothand more rigid and the only way 21 33 ing hats and underwear to keep up is to review review All fire losses paid by Powell ft review and that can best be done Turley in some good normal irhool Vou The best companies adjust promptly need not leave Madison county to Powell Turlev find such a school and you tbnnM tj help build up a school Iuri ishini The special these opportunities feature in this department is our lectures on theory and practice of As Admsnistrator of II B Baldwin and teaching and the modem method Fbeffe will W E Baldwin I hereby notify all per- of school government 3 2 Â¬ Mothers will save money by seeing our classes In this department we Stonrfer prices on childrens clothing review the studies in the common Powell Turley school brandies and prepare each Are you insured James Tevis old claim Police Judge ShackelfordGentry acct Freight on rock R B Terrill Chief i ire Department Taylor Bros acct J B Stouffer lumber J D Feeny Extra Police Oct Salaries Covington Arnold Bro acct for feed - Clothing i IN House RICHMOND No 7 First Acct for breaking rock Wagers A O Niel Con- Â¬ tractors and for rock no F Wagers feeding prisoners W H Adams for rock A E Carse acct lumber Richmond Water Light Co I 173 Administrators Sale Register Printing Co M N Driggars Assistant R 111 84 Steet too 00 T Spears for stone li - sons having claims against the estates of be discussed by all and will be said decedents or either of them to pre- Â¬ quite beneficial a teachers insti sent them to me properly verified for paytute for five months at a small Unless presented on or before the cost ment 1st day of October 1895 thev will be bar10 per term nl ten Tuition red J W MASTERS 2 75 per week weeks Board Â¬ BUTCHER SHOP aMl it 4 ft v rlfc OtjE AT 32 35 Administrator Â¬ RICHMOND -- Â¬ STEAMS LHUNDRY PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES from Monday till Friday We hope the teachers of Madison county will interest themselvei in our normal department and that many more will enroll as our pupils We also extend special 2 Sk mi I NV -- ii iff IDHGHS OLD STAND invitation will keep on hand and for sal To Teachers of Estill County ALL KINDS OF oa Work done promptly and as well as any other Laundry in the Country Â¬ w CREAM PRICES NO HIGHER Sland by Home People and they will stand by you To come and spend a pleasant ses sion with us Send us your name that we may write you in regard to our school Our old pupils after taking a ten weeks course in our uebool - FRESH MEATS SUCH AS- aam BAKING have increased their per eentage on examination 10 to 5 pe- cent And will sell at lowest pries You can do the same and even Do you want to do so more Then come on Next session opens The Very Best Beef Pork Lamb Veal Country and City Bacon Sausage and Lard AJsn baadqnarternfec ICE If ICE a POWDER YEARS THE STAN0ARD ICE tl ICE iiankful for Give an 37 j Dejarnett f r corn Frank T Perkins for hay Jno L Baxter services collector Stephenson Bros work on City Hall Greenleaf ft Crooke In- Â¬ surance J D Feeny Extra Police Nov Salaries Climax Printing Co W HAdams for rock Acct for breaking rock Sundry acct Jno F Wagers feeding prisoners Lyman Parrish sand J W Land plank pave- Â¬ ment Wagers ONiel C H Breck atty fee Richmond ProduceCoal Co acct Water ct Gas Light Co Dec E R Rowland for coal W H Adams for rock Thos Curren work on sts Extra Police Land Pratt acct work F T Perkins hay Sundry acct Acct for breaking rock Sundry rebates on taxes Salaries 16 So 441 11 I2Q qO 4 00 411 o -- i i 83 KJ 150 00 000 00 16 66 96 15 10 15 6 00 10 40 11 40 8 85 24 05 356 60 -- OUT OF TOWN WORK Prices Cream Baking Powder m Francisco pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant A SOLICITED n Tuesday April sprin Write to WHITTY WALDR0P Prin January 21 1 In any quantity desired We nents Reciepts an excess of expend tacei 6 81 vi 11 buv a few nice ontinuanee of Kirksv I W DUNCAN CO l 62 23 Having retired from the practice of medicine sereral years ago fur reasons A N EDKtDAY best known to myself I Main offer any Ed R Rowland A Co have leased protessioiil services to he people of the work house and lot for a coal yard Rich mood and viiinitv Persons desir iojj my services will find my office for Tiiev will occupy it at once the present at the Hotel taiyndso Lood and clothing for the poor auJ can Ie left at the Infirmary from Marc Lijht Mr Mater vliieli pla e necessities are Ik iiik care st ri bated The electric liirht and water works plmt at Stanford were out of repairs a T irniturv of Or Aultzwas few nights ago and the city had neither u at auction in the iijrrit nor water for several hours Ex ikiiatf and brought much as These BSOd psOnla should lie comfortarw leu ttx bly fixed as are Richmond citn 1 plenty of jjxvl water with liht in great J V rv with J C A I M ahuiidance ult The rooms have leen made Pirtnrrs hy atnr jaint A freak of nature was seen in the sitting room of the Second National Bank W iturdav afternoon after the hanging f aacka a In the lrost minn tlo rinHnv w Tels eside -- wtirr iliHiB Hi - ground for the farmers and put two men one standing behind the other and as the galUws scene ana plainly dis ceniahle fp in this point lHkingthriUgl Mrs Ai1Ii the banking room the figures were paralysis Monday last Dnrinc tlit to have been photographed bv illy in s ime inethiMi known only to dame na lealth Herself and hi ture With the thawing of the frost the niimunitv picture disappeared 1 i- THE CLIMAX -- W Evans X I J Kind Vnrd We are in receipt of tit following kind and newsy h Iter iroin our former citizen Mr Cvrus Shiffiett An occasional oasis like this encountered amid the toilsome j uirnev of life is cheering soul infuses new energy We hope Mr shithVtt and family may locate rhuwaeliea in their adopted home aaaaf pleasantlv EXPIATED and also let their numerous friends here hear from them through the tnediem of the rlimax IfSXICO Mo Jan 4 U Mexico Mo i 98 UfHnt p m We came by the wav of B N I v I Ii B making connections enabling us to ranch this place three bows earlier than we could have done by any other road and I attribute this to the kindness of J W Kock the very jwilite and gentlemanly agent at Richmond in starting us on the quickeet route It is my opinion that persons going Went from that point will save both time and money by consulting Mr Kock before purchasing tickets Making rood connections is one of the agreeable features in traveling We found Mexico a bony little town of a We reached Â¬ llsi Â¬ Â¬ Will MM TAVIOIJ T1IK Ml ItllKRKR Son of Samuel and Ionise Taylor born near College Hill Madison County Kv in lMi7 in his heart and two in his bruin The SB Obody was soon discovered hy Green Kavanaugh and with the aid of M Lucy Gilbert aunt of Mr Dotys de wife was brought to the house The news spread like wild fire and early the next morning large crowds of people visited the scene Suspicion at neon fell on Green Kavanaugh Abe Tom and Will Taylor all colored men laborers and tenants on the farm Sheriff Simmons aided by ex heriffs Deatherage and Bales Jailer Wagers and many others soon effected the capture of the sus Â¬ pected men and lodged them in jail An angry crowd of neighbors of the deceased and citizens thronged the court house TUB KWors III illi Vis IUO DICK AMI ills I oM p V U1 M yard and the hotel lobbies saloons and TbeBsnsWsVtowB Sews says in speaking of them the smsBest of the two is restaurants until Monday morning many He is pure breed sad one sf the best of his stock in the Ini of them determined to hancr the prison- - Drum the old dog ted tates It was by the unerring instincts of thai animal for the human scent Ibst J Comtrodore Miller the negro with outraged and then murdered the Bay sisters near Bardwell Kentucky wss trailed into HHnoia and then captured Little Dick the younger dog is said by Marshal Neighbors to be the best dog if the two v and a son of Drum Â¬ Â¬ fftwrara Sfrtira 7 i jrrj IffBTiiligJilT5Ja i ffflfgllftlJfgJs X1 ii gBHtaffiflami Hrtif5lsfkj ffiJa PS m hi a ICEIEHITE SEl pgj The close of the Year in a Profitable Manner to our Customers mm Be wla Si IrV -- Sew - irecbl pro- - aiithori Baiiable ply W Will ttcd Today Today William Kithiau Beatoolar and Lee Hacker will Ik- married at the liceof the bridi V parents Mr and rheodore Hacker on Smiths Summit in this cily at 2 oclock p in Mr laa f r several months been en hi the job department of the Climax and has ever proven himself a Me- with New tsfaSwaOM to York titv Â¬ md dispatch a - lip their than eil tal and agreeable gentleman H native of Mt Sterling a son of Win oeinnati Perry Schooler of that city The bride is one of the fairest of the many young la - a miirli larger cir r which this city is noted We r iaa contetnnnra- w ish the happv couple bon voyage over uahle n will the sea of mati iiueil v is never ntewasnHsaaasiw tiling one of the est knows and SSOSt respected citiz unty was married yesterday at the home of the brides mother in Kv at one oclock p m jkii Marsteiier daughtei Sunday of Mrs Nannie Poore Fish Toe parties are wel known ir both Madison and av -- I and Philadelphia Mr lrutus J H undav e at i Dr It is unnec i in liehail NllOttll public and Clay of whom to respect Mm Marsteiier is a led Iron of the K st families in KeutUi kv She is t all the ad kindly with bar beau- tiiil form and features proclaim her the be happy couple will spei weeks in Boii-- an i men return to uu union i i si tl is M - - i thev ill make their home - ildirrus Party l - rty of tiered on Tim I the invitation litl latiiiiri nitii n the aimer - fewrtfa birthday a merry about filtv little boys and girl- I ritir- Pi i - Ian 10 re W f r M u w ii The rooms were tastefully the occasion tiie dining room being decorated in evergreen with T I ived here and ndle- The mellow lih r H Barker Tyler ted by the blended with the decorations in a most tifnl manner After spending four - W Park in a moat delightful manner and Lilly and Frank Dixon partaking of the generous Hipper the an to take their depar little ture eaii rHhinfc their fair young Ii many happy returns of her aniversarv luring llatie Huguelv and Mrs Mavnie Nolanl helped and entertain - nothing but a A lady could in a of an es- A of officers V P M d street sled for alsmt iHN population doing a thriving business It is somewhat of a central point for shippers in the surrounding country either to St Imis Kansas t ity or Chicago A great nanny cattle hoga sheep horses and mules are shipped from this place Cattle bogaand sheep mostly go to Chi ago horses and mules go Smith This is the center of the laraeet poultry trade in any section of thecoiintrvand it i all the year shipments amount to many tons during the year going even to the large eastern cities and bringing thousands of dollars to the enterprising men engage in the biisn There are many line large buildings such as churches residences and business houses In the main business part ol town pavements are made of granitoid which - the same as concrete in very hard and durable and looks well Tiie mort busme s streets are macad amised with limestone which is not BO abundant as in Kentucky There are two noted institutions of learning here viz Harden Female College founded go by Chan Harden former gov ernor of the State and a BMSt enterpris- Missouri Military liberal man Academy which is only 4 or 5 years ol was founded by Col Fleet and is de servedly popular throughout the illy and like Harden College draws patronage from a number of the surrounding s Mexico is in the midst of extensive prairies upon which are found closely settled and prosperous farmers who raise corn than anv other gram if the corn produce is fed to rattle and nany car toa In of both are shipped from this point at all The cry ol hard tim s is here as well as elsewhere but everything shows a good degree of prosperity in both town and county Aa to myself I bare not permanently yet have not fully decided as to will do Bui to be enough considering the cold weather Very unluckilv for ny familv vse are located iu ihe disease called measles and will hae to remain awhile Iv I may get some subscribers here for viur valuable paper as Kentnckians Wishing you are quite numerous as remain Yours fraternally Crura Shim Van BcBBX Auk Jan 7th IS95 Â¬ Â¬ i i 1 William Taylor at the boor of 1328 p Friday January the lltb suffered the extreme penalty of he law in expiation of the murder of Sipuire DwvM C m last Ji f ft I F f m STBE2r Always ready to help out late II 1 V JkVi 29 Â¬ Holy EkSrtly at I3KM p m the prisoner dreased in a m W black suit entered the enclosure in the court house yard where be was shortly to undergo the sentence tiie court and satisfy so far M be ould the majesty of a broken law and the feelings of an outraged community He was accompanied on Ins march to the scaffold bv Sheriff Josiah P Sim moss Jailer John Wagers and two deputies and Rev L Howard Broaddus colored His demeanor wsa that of a man who had nettled all hi earthly ac counts his nerves were steady and as we Ease into his nee and tried to realize the fact that he was on the eve of certain death we found that we were the more excited of the two Arriving on the platform of the scaf fold he was stationed between Sheriff Simmons and Jail Wagers while an enterprising photographer who had stationed himself on the rKif of the Hun lev stable which slightly overlooked the enclosure took a picture of the scene The doomed man was then given op portunity to any lis parting words tojthe public and Iiis numerous friends who were interspersed aming the i rowd which thronged every oint from which a view wan attainable With uncovered head he talked in broken and incomplete sen fences for eleven minutes The burden of his remarks were words of warning to everybody to avoid the use of whisky and the practice of carrving pistols To these faults be attributed his downfall He acknowledged his crime and removed all suspicion from others who were sus pected of baying been accessory to the deed ao far as ids confession could go He professed the pardon for his sins and said that he was not afraid to die and was going home to his S ivior He UiSO the following weird and pathetic song which is a familiar one to all his race and in the singing threw all the fervor of his of Â¬ m DAVID ly c DOTT His heal was right up by the fence and laid in the direction of bin house His head was drawn hack and he was dead when we readied the body I did not examine the body to ascertain whether there was more than one hole in the I body He left two little children knew Will Taylor if he and Mr Doty were unfriendly I did not know it except that he had been trying to re rent tiie place from Mr Doty where Taylor lived and Mr Doty refused to rent it to him because he Would not work and had whisky all the time and Mr Doty didnt want hands OS the place who had whisky all the vear OREEN K THE VI TIM IVAXUlll a BTATJDtSST I Bom iJ miles southeast of Richmond Kv was a prominent farmer Magistrate elect and a member of Wacos Baptist church His wife who is dead was Miss Lucy Dudley daughter of Ambrose Dudley dec of Waco Kv They were the parents of three children two a girl and a boy survive them ers without the formality of a trial Bet- Â¬ At the time Mr Doty was shot was ter counsels prevailed and through the influence of Jsdge Scott and Commonwealths Attorney B A Crutcher the suspected ones escaped the clutches of Judge Lynch Col Crutcher was so much interested in preserving the fair name of the county from the stain that would folow a wholesale lynching that he spent two nights in the jail to be present and confront the mob with arguments should they attempt to force the dxirs County Judge Chenault tele- Â¬ graphed to J R Neighbors Marshal ot LlizHbethtow n who brought his blood hounds over Saturday night and on Sun day morning they were put on the trail and at once tracked the murderer to the Â¬ BWasBj7 JP3arNg wnjssr sJjaHnsBBBsW -- African blood wwj mULJ Oh Farewell my friends and relations Fan well my friends and relations Farewell my friends and relations For I never sped to sec you any more my mother grieving left my another grieving I left my mother grieving For 1 never sped to see you anymore I left I I U NEKillHOKS Marshal of Flizabethtown owner of the celebrated bloodhounds cabin in which lived the Taylor family This coming to the knowledge of the acÂ¬ cused persons in jail it was but a short time until Win Taylor in the presence of Judge Chenault Jailer Wagers and aliont twenty other witnesses made a full confession ot the crime exonerating all of the other boys On Monday the 10th inst the Grand Jury returned an indictment against Taylor charging him with murder The defendant was ar raigned in open court uion the charge and pleading guilty the case was assign- Â¬ ed for trial on Tuesdav the 11 Court appointed Talbott Jackson and Green Clay two regularly practicing attorneys to de-Â¬ fend the prisoner Â¬ Â¬ Enclosed please find a money order for the amount dns you and also to pay for the paper another year 1 was born aifd raised in old Madison and cannot do without the CiiM IX - Yours respectfully P H mv father grieving left my lather grieving I left my father grieving For I never aped to see you any more I left I Moans rough the towns cleaning v proper upon us Satur an i o uine until without pretm K N I had 1nui 12 oclock when rm came ratah- night re ft B m Â¬ was as ten mil i at auvtime dining its continued as intense The at ten degrees eters I Whew lied at bis Ilichiuon I on ay afternoon of pneumonia age Mr Norri- - was in town the court dav but went home Ins bed He grew rap- itii intervened and re- - intense sufferings He leaves ral children to mourn his funeral services were at ids late residence by Rev S F V Church M yesterday udock Kuria in Kichmond ceui- e I i Ward an ii native of Woodford county it his home in Little Bock Ark He was quite noted in twilitics served his conntv as sheriff and Itire He was tor many years of th Kentucky penitentiarv In ir IMS the lessee of the Tennessee iirison and in 1HH0 or there alsiut Arkansas He is suped to have plenty of money from each of these He was a man who had manv ventures I r ends and also inaiiv enemies owing tmng likes and dislikes He died at the mature age of 7o vears ex-Ke- iii a I -- Million F met Tuesdav January Mb JSMo and installed othcers Mrs for the ensuing term as follows B la It I Mollie Turpin V Mrs A T Miss Mm- Camnball SeMillion Treas B I uett Oaanfain F iiinrt WaHen Mrs J W Creed I Mi Conductor Mrs C vuthia Kirby R B of N G N BTur pin L S ot N G Mrs S D Parrish R S of V G Miss Annie Menshou L S of Heretofore the laws in regard to membership in this lolge have restricted members to wives daughters and sisters of Kid Fellows But reeeotlv a new die- penaation was issued which permits all ladies over twentv one vears of age to Miss Mary apply for membership CampMlisthefirstladvin the conntv t avail herself of the opportunitv Now that this privilege is grautel the ladies crely hope that many more of t hem n ill embrace and assist this noble The of 1 Reliecca Iegree MvrrH i ise Millitar Department lur Jarksea Capt Wygant and Mr B D McClin- em to Jackson last Thursday to te a military company among the students of Jackawo Coilene Capt Mc- -- k will remaic permanently and will Ictve the Military der his supervision The Jar is full in all departm uts an more classes than be 1 Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder wettraFtartl ben Klias S Dennis Im k Friday night About ten The Journal of Tallulah Ia ban concocted and following tribute of respect to the mem Â¬ qafully carried out tiie sclo me of ory of Gen Dennis The deceased genpreparing and hanging on Taylor tleman will le remembered by many of lumuiv in white for the the citizens of this county His wife was the credulous negroes and whites among Mrs Mary Ann McFsrfatnd a sister of the crowd w ho still thronged First street Mrs OJ Colli When all was in readiness the gl The Journal learns with regret of the was carefully elevated into position and death of Gen lliasS Dennis which ocattereil among curred a few days igo at Carlvle Ills the crowds called attention to the sight General Dennis is well remembered in The appropriation was suspended but a this parish having only a year or BO since few minutes aat long enough for attention masoned hence to his recent home in lirected to it when it was caiw d to Carlvle Full of years after a varied drop about two feet and then after a and eventful life the old gentleman has short interval to again drop out of sight passed over the river In an incredibly short space of time the He has tilled manv jxisitions in his crowd damppeered welted away like mag- long life He was once a aseasbet of - me negroes were seen scurrying Congress in the lower House from Illinhomeward who were of an ashy white- ois Dorian the administration of Presivera of our white citizens left dent Buchanan he was appointed I S ttieir drinks untouched on the counters of Marshal in bleeding Kansas and parne fellow who was nam ticipated in the stirring events of that the har rooiiis ing the court house square near the scaf trying period He cast his fortunes on fold was whistling manfully spying the the side of the Inion in the war bctwetu ghost his whistle died on his lis and he the States He organized and assisted in There are hun- putting in the Held one of the regiments vamosed the ranch dreds who notwithstanding this explanafrom Illinois the 20th we IHieve of tion will cling to the belief that Taylors which he was elected Lieutenant Colonel ghost appeared that evening and will al- and for most of the time its commanding He served with Crant in the ways pass the sjmt w ith a degree of trepiofficer dation capture of Fort Donaldson Was in the battle f Shiloh and other engagements Bank hlcctmns and for distinguished gallantry was proThe four national hanks of this city moted Brigadier General During the elected the following puaWJ to serve as siege of Vicksbarrg he was in command diiectors for tin- vear 1836 at their an- of the forces in Louisiana opposite the nua meeting held on the 8th inst city and by his vigilance contributed Farmery national C 1 Illinium John materially by cutting off every avenue Bennett James Bennett Thoc J Smith from the Confederates of escape to the H W Hadcu S S Parkes I P Aimer After the final capture of the fated city Four jer iu place of E T Burnani war he settled in this pariah and married cent dividend Mrs Mary McFailand a lady of elegance Madison National A U Burnam and refinement and widely known in Waller Bennett II B Dillingham N- B society Deatherage T S Molerley Joel W After the adoption of the constitution H Gibbs tireen B Million iu place of of lNiS he was lasted parish Judge of Five per cent semi annual this parish and filled that position until Chenault dividend declared in October the office was abolished by the constituBichmond National J W Caperton tion of 1S79 Though by education no I M Hright S B Pheipa K B Hume lawyer still his decisions were almost in- Â¬ T S Burnam C 8 eauaTjr I Shelby Ir- variably sustained and his fairness and vine Deckared usual dividend impsrtietity as a judge elicited admirand National J Stone Walker W tion from all Iu 1879 under the constitution of that T Twk D-- W- - I vine David Chenault J BJ 1wt11 E D- vear he was elected on the Democratic ticket as Sheriff of this pariah serving iuil- - r ie per cciii uiwuenu The directors have elected the follow- out the term His heaith at no time ing persons as officers strong became broken a few vears since Farmers National -- John Bennett Pres and he removed to Illinois where he reident James Bennett Vice President sided with his son The General was no less fond of com- Â¬ S Parke Cashier K R Burnam As pany than his wife and their home alsistant Cashier Neal Bennett Clerk Madison National -- A B Burnam ways had the latvh string on the outside wl I k i r I i In personal appearance the old gentlewmmwm J 1lu rl T man was stately and dignified and lookdentSecond Xational J Htone Walker ed th cavalier of the olden times He was a genial companion fond of a talk President W T Tevis ice President and always a careful and respectful lisKTutlev Cashier John BChen gen- Â¬ ult Assistant Caslner C W fribble tener to all that was said He was a of education and his fertile mind tleman tlerk ired with diverse and entertaining experiences of several decades In fact la Olden Tints of the old school People overlooked the importance of per- Â¬ be east a gentleman He made many friends in the parish t and were manently kaaantactaJ electa isfied with transent action but now that While lie hai his faults bh characteristic for which as a fohlier it is gene ally known that Syrup of Fig wjl permanently cure habitual constips- - he was distinguished and one that sh uldmemory like M Puertion well infomied people will not buy always make his lied by our people and th a time but other laxatives which actfor is be was chivalrous and kind alike to ally injure the system no war upon Dant as to sleep over yjar iaseraace tea of the South but a Turicy Poweh - and attention to the tin- lod the applause of her at low lndervei ikiist mi Ihp Sraffuld The church goin to bury my body The church goin to bury my ImhIv The church goin to bury my body And I never sped to see you any more women were heard to about halleluiahs live of them fainted and f II headlong in the mud and slush and Were carried awav by their friends and many white persona were visibly affected 0n white Stan however was heard to say shoot him After the conclusion of the song he turned to his spiritual adviser L 11 Broaddus and bowed his head iu token of conclusion who then read an appropriate chapter from the scriptures and followed by an invocation 0 God that WSS most impressive The prayer being ended Sheriff Simmons placed ids hand upon the shoulder of the prisoner conducted him to the trap pieced the belter in position around his neck and adjusted the strap around the ankles He then placed over his head a black cap which was a piece of cloth with a draw string run around it over his head the man in the meantime waving a white hankerehief to the assembled multitude His hands were then pinioned and Sheriff Simmons knocked out the key that supported the trap and instantly and without a sound the body dropped six feet Death was instantaneous the pulse was discernahle for eight minutes one or two convulsive movements of the lower limbs mid all was over The foul murder of David C Doty was avenged the law was appeased the scripture WSS fulfilled The remains were taken in charge by James Vaughn and Will Packer of Winchester the former leing a half brother of the culprit and were by them taken to Winchester for burial Doctors Oldham Frazee and Bales were noticed on the inside of the enclosure and professionally observed the bodv after the drop and until life became extinct Au assemblage of at least 5000 people witnessed the scene from house tops and windows an 1 from the streets and yard Almost periect order was maintained throughout the entire day and the execution was carried out without a mishap of any kind and reflects credit on the management of Sheriff Simmons and his numerous deputies The court house yard was trampled into a thin mud about shoe top deep in which hundreds of persons stood eager to see aud hear what the could iu exhibition of nerve the conduct af Taylor on the scaffold has uever been surpassed It may have its equal but Many opinions none superior have been expressed regarding it Some ascribing his composure to a brutal indiffer- Â¬ ence of death and its consequences and others to the consolations of religion We incline to the latter belief and think that the man died iu full confidence that his sins were pardoned What else could have braced him up so wonderfully Mr Doty was shot and killed at a stable on his farm about five miles from this city Friday night Dec 7th 1S4 at about 7 oclock p m Some of Iijb work mules and horses had bees ridden nearly every night by some one and he had been posted bv Green Kavaugh a col ored farm hand who was employed on the farm and lived in a cabin near the to look out for the pi or persons Friday night Mr Doty appeared at the barn just as and bridled one of his uiui called to He brought out was and the re-the man Several negro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ 1 li -- TUT TRIAL On the calling of the court Tuesdav - Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ morning Commonwealths Attorney Crutcher announced that the State was ready with the prosecution The de- Â¬ fendant through his attorneys withdrew the plea of guilty and entered that of A motion to continue was not guilty overruled and the trial was gone into resulting in a verdict of guilty after only thirty minutes deliberation by the jury For the benefit of our readers who live at a distance we w ill give a synopsis of the testimony as produced and of the sentence pronounced by Judge Scott Â¬ DSL OI 111 A Ms STATEMENT Â¬ Â¬ I I the deceased David C Doty saw him on the night that he was shot got there at probably ten oclock I I knew Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was at any brother-in-law- s John Doty When I got there I found the body on I made the table in the dining room an examination of the wounds There were four wounds two in the head and two in the body one in the abdomen directly just below the lower rib through the body one in the chest about three quarters of an inch to the left and below the nipple the other two were on the right side of the head behind the ear one shot almtit an inch below and back of the ear on the edge ot the hair the hair was powder burnt He was dead - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w1 i Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - j j - when I examined him I gave the bullet that I extracted to Mr Baldwin it was a 1s calibre I went to the barn and made an examination there The saddle had been removed I didnt see the saddle it wag at the house I saw the saddle at the house that is the saddle that I saw I dont know whose saddle that is I first saw it at the house and never saw it 1 never knew Will beforeTaylor the first time I saw him was the next morn- ing tie and his brother came to the barn miss ii cv Gilberts statement I am David Dotys wifes aunt and re-Â¬ side at the home of Mr Doty On the evening that he was killed I was at the house I saw him before his death at the supper tabic Green Kavanaugh was with him that evening in gathering the corn he was employed by him on his place he has lesided at the house for three years He occupied a room in the cabin which is 10 yards from the main dwelling At the time that Mr Doty- left the house that evening 1 didnt see Kavanaugh I didnt know that any persons had been riding the horses at nights All I know is what Mr Doty had told me Mr Doty told me the conversation between himself and Kav jh and that Kavanaugh told Mr Doty if he would watch Friday night that he would find who was riding his horses After Mr Doty left the house before I heard the shot it was some time it must have been fifteen or twenty minute 1 never looked at the clock I only heard one shot Kavanaugh came in aud told me of Mr Dotys death was about three quarters of an found after I heard the si Â¬ living there n the night that he was shot I was at the bones the forepart of the night I started away after I ate my sapper I had been there during the day We had been hauling wod tili dinner and after dinner Mr Doty and I fixed the back of the bam Will Taylor was there after dinner and helped us a little whileon the barn that evening His brother came down shortly after that and they went on back home to ase about getting up some turkeys After that thev came liack to the barn to get the team to haul some corn Thev got the earn The team was returned that sight 1 was there when alxuit dark the tean was istsined Mr Dty was not present I dont when the team was returned know where he was alxjut the h guess After the team was brought I went to supper laawMr Doty after I went back to the house at the house He came into the kitchen and told us and Will Hocker to tell Dave Todd to come over Tuesday as be wanted him to help kill hogs three colored people were there As soon as I got my supper I told Bill Hocker I was going away went to the cabin and got my ovi and went ever into the stubbletield Mr Dotv had said that somelnxlv had lieeu I told him he riding his horses twice tight catch the boys that were doing it ou Friday night and he would see who was riding his nurses That was Tuesday I fold him that because Mr Doty had named it to DM once or twice that one had been riding his horses and I wanted him to be convinced that I was not doing t as I had a gMnl place and wanted to stay there another year and I wanted him to bo satisfied who u was riding his horses I didnt know who it was thai was going to ride his b Hadnt heard any oie say that they wore going to ride his horses but I had an idea who it was from the coversetiou that I had had with the Taylor boys at old man Taylors house OB Monday After I left the cabin on Friday night I went down and got over the fence hack of the kitchen aud went downasusn branch over the stubbletield When I got there Tom and Alw were noming on Tom and be whistled to me twice and I stopped I might have whistled They said to ire as they came up if I had nt whistled hey would have burned me When tl ev came up Tom savs if you hadnt whistled any more I would have burned you I says to them where is Will They said that he had goes hy the barn And I said if that negro has gone by the barn Mr Doty will kill him certain if he dont look out Not many words were passed until we hoard a shot and I says there didnt I tell von Mr We stood Dotv would kill that man I mum -- - -- - niinnte or lo o and I V the id oiit ailM ill ir IUUU1UK Finally Bill came up to us Before that I says d dnt I tell you he would kid that negro After I said that Tom said no that is not Will I gave him my pistol About that time Will came running I Well have killed up and says And Tom he the son of a bitch Did you sure speaks up and says enough He savs I will go aiel Tom Bill gave the pistol then to Tom broke it and took the hulls out of it and reloade4 it Will said when he first shot him he Basis a sate shot and Dotv tell And then Will waited a little when Mr Doty got tip and he said he shot him then in the back and says as Mr Dotv went Is go toward the fanes he Will eangbtj him by the coat aud snot him twice and said that when he shot he shot - a man w ith nerve Will said that as be started out with the mule Mr Duty says Hold on Will a minute I want to settle that Mr Doty called him by name The trial consumed eiht hours and the jury returned a verdict on the 12th at 12 in tin the loth the attorneys for defendant tiled rounds for a new trial which were promptly overruled by Ihe court The prisoner was then brought into court and in the presence of the largest crowd ever assembled in the court house Judge Scott proceeded to pass the death sentence upon him in the following words William Taylor stand up You are indicted hy the tirand Jury of Maiison county at this term of the court upon a charge of murder To this indictment you at first in oen court en- tered t plea of guilty thus openly con- fessinj your guilt but afterwards upon BBOtiotl of the attorneys appointed by the COOrt to defend you and upon suf tions contained in your affidavit filed in supiMjrt of the motion the court think- ing it might be possible that your plea of guilty was made under tindi e excite- ment slid fear and without a full consid eratioa of the fatal consequences that would ensue permitted you when the case Tas called for trial to withdraw the plea of guilty To try the issue thus raised a jury was carefully selected and SWOTf according to law and after hear- ing iJl the evidence incloding your own testimony as given upon tie witness stand returned into court a verdict guilty and fixed your punishment at deatl Have you now v why the judgment of the court a tenet of dentil should not be pronounced No vou have agaiist you crime according to your own voluntary of court according I confession own voluntary testimony upon the trial ston smell wa libarttcteriyi single f iing bruta homicides are alas of too reshould be deeply sfirred and public indignation at to a high piti h by the murder of au hon rjTJj orable and respectable citisen and traie upon his prosaists and at tie very threshold of his hoi Bs it said to the credit of the law abiding citizens of the county and espec- Â¬ ially to the credit of those to whom the ir and dear by the ties of blood am affection that public indig antion against your crime did not out in icainsl yo that your trial and conviction procee le law and all the safeguards which the law hat vided the innocent unjustly ac cused of crime Your speedy an trial your ivicti m and sentsi death attest the supreme majesty of the law ai nt iiwcr to punish prime By your bloody deed you have forfeited voiir life and the lew peaking at stituted tribunals of justice demands the forfeiture Vet iu its merciful w if makes no undue haste t inflict the penalty and hurry you into etwithout affording you time and o nity to piepare lor the last solemn in your earthly existence Your statements in thi- - presence to day your statements spos the trial si ew the fact that while ym have not bad the advantages of culture ano raiti- im which a merciful and al wise Lather E K chsafed to moie favor l members of society yet you are not entirely rant of your responsibilty to Law i liver r re nt you are iys and meat forth in the el of Christ to pc secure pardon of sin an peace of This court admonishes and exhorts itSFfc to earnestly strive from this hoot to the very moment of your death to secure h faith in the atoning blood of pardon of your crime and I votir life that yon in the last great day at the final judgment bar may receive trom the Judge f the universe the mercy width you retu extend t the ictim of your crime Your trial and conviction and t edition of the death sent d Ua terrible warning to lawless men in this community to stay their murderous hand aud refrain iron vio- Â¬ where quest occurrence Â¬ purchasers by giving them BARGAINS THAT ARK This IS HOW the regular pi Clothing we wil n t HtS UXLOOKKI FOR WILL DO ive IT rm from the will reguar price regular f On all Hosiery we will give yon -- jno On all Lad nil from the give yiiu nit from t On all Blankets we ir price In ell Bats and pfcular pi Childrens Imlerwear we tr price i 1 y off from II sive - We Ion e area great many that s erylhii ol here 1 then e yon t BY An 1 4 OFFWE MEAN An An ait An art A An art Ai An art An An We SSI clap ti It is the judgment of this court that you be taken to the jail of Madic tv and be there safely confined until the 11th day of January on which ls day between sunrise and sunset and within an ind ivenient to the jail the Sheriff of Madison county shall bang von by the neck until you are dead May the Lord have morcv on your soul- HJSTRENG SH m A y lhii i The nan ami impret Taylor took hi- - sentence with a strong Ii I not ear nerve an the day won The following persons composed the Grand Jury which found the indict- Foreman Silas Al Ja ment exander Charles Soper J B Quisenber ry W H Gentry W B Hades C C NorTis John W Beed P W Powell Charles Stapp A C Daniel aud Win Bennett The following is the jury before whom W B Jones Fore-Taylor was tried J o Jones Wm Foster J Larks Ira Mill A helps Cb -- i eiineu B F Brown Z e imams - 11 luorpe James I Â¬ Â¬ ri am M jknnam JK ftS kwan We Are TniMi JA I OBTAIN i COPYRIGHTS - THE PEOPLE Who in tiie 100 p I iiao have bad M str v PTFNT Pat a H ft t Tears 9mmammmamati vlitr Tfur trc brirjnut c l Ml Wes itlf t VJ i vf - it all the -- liit ol t Fogy ami Bant ami i t t r lfl rv e in - a thing we point with jirile to mir thy Berry SIIRK1KK SIMMONS oROBT THOMSON I Rapidly Issrsasisg Tra ah Phelps Simmons the Sheritl who executed the mandate of against the person of William Taylor was born three miles north of Rich- Â¬ mond Ky was raised at Silver reek this county was a niemoer of the 7th Kentucky Cavalry under Col D W Chenault settled down to arming after retarminf from the war and has been a ioct respected citizen He is SOW ssrr inn his second term as AteriaT Bree er and Dealer in LOP KAREIi IIIMAL WAN AN OR A BELGIAN HARE WEDESERVEIT For the style of oar business in- Â¬ spires confidence We advertise only as ere are pit pared to sell Look Look Van save bbjsssss here These arc mi iv a our bargains Ladies Genuii ton Pat Ti Iailit- - Geouii Laee 90 eeaaa Lali- rain JSutton all Solid - an COMMON R M Street 2- Tenn - 15 Send for Iirc jrt Ivory 6oap 11111- Administrators 3ae a Cum ingham t lie residence ot Mr- i Weal Main I lmi -- trtor o th -- Mr- - ale at Wa K Saturday January At i 19 1895 ichine one tabic one on ilay o oclock p in one extension tr n bel tu M Ialics r S 1at lip nun furnitiu A D Button 1150 Ladjee vl M 1 P P BALLARD Auctioneer tor - Pat Tip Spf Higw Top all solid It Floats Bos -- Boot- 1 High Top all S2 I olid lust received a line of knit Display siip- Wimlow BEST FOR SHIRTS THE PROCTER GAMBLE CO OINTI NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Lexiigtaa Kentucky Exposition a brand Sun Our readers will hail with pleasure BLAGKSMITHING I am prepared to ilo all Umis of work it your cuv in my hse iare the largest il We arc aeadqoarters tor La boes in all the - - HARVESTING and Mi and other machinery repaired neatly Wood work and and satisfactorily the information just received that the management of tiie Lexington Kxposi- tion has concluded to continue until Jauuarv lyth Thousands of its visitors from this and other states are enthusiastic in its indeed a great edueator Its music Hail has been the scene of il ntitic experin istrations s meetings of ma- odd fe HOUSE BHOKIKG A MMrlALTY are eigayed the sendees of e iu all van shapes aud prices of the e me a In addition full chiefs 4 ve hand rwear Collars ai Handker 0t Its Art Uallerv Historical Midway i Wonderland show Baar Machinery Hall ipaueee s of lei with t to le given daily is ex rate WM ami KISGLIHH ncr First - and a full lin Ugtetnlns Hat Drops What a Funrv Name ry True but it Kills Ail P ywhare Every Day Without Hstlef There is No Per -- Tellaa WALLACERICE 1 SPIRITUAL AFFAIRS BY TV I uamoeiaiS - thought with Arv would bare lived it i Slio NOTHING DtDISH -- - ABOlt - HIM FAITH u I WAIT rtac bot n r afaarfanaa M ha sni mark bluoai in the dust Loriav V IjUU I IfeM Mi fth-rua-- N Bmum- Off ht re below i on Ti Such a life an ition ill liivine humanity It shims nrsplen in tile while liirhl of eternity it how boar done is glory to out durt and that the pith of duty is the way to A benediction to il who eonie glory under its hallowing influence it is Massed v it it the smile of tiod It tell on Lavages am lells for their King W m CURES SCROFULA BLOOD POISON s nmimiimimTLfiTmmammmmmmiMmMm fmmmmnmmfif 2 FOR M a plifjiU WraJi aVa 1ATTENTI0N FARMERS m iMi Kentucky Midlairu Ry ONLY DIRECT LHE BEIWEEH 1 m ES3 fil i 0 V Ciiifiiiiiiili ami Frukfei MIDI WiEi ft II Opprc AwJ and I LI4MMJBa A Hra aty afienrliiH NMMH j - ow th Of UgMa Interior a cures CANCER Acnit i uitANurK lv know mivt ECZEMA TETTER ftJJBM AtiU trwiM i Niirvi in i i God Heavens IN u V 3I at w M- M - THE HOME - Thf lio IseM liu houlu liaiil ti Inir of Kelicrioil and Morality lit- i4iilti In Kverj Household in pinion an le the lie it iU V rfV i 8UV - SSI Patsy Why dont yer fit a new pair o pants Chiinmic limmie Ah go on Does yer take me fer a dude ter have more den one pair at a time Me mudrt r wants me ter wear dese ut fir t ilrooklyn Life THE aV S 5 THE BLOOD We are Roing to take stock in a few weeks and we want to turn our imh1s into money In fore that time Out lose is your gain Dont buy until you see our prices which will worth of goods for one give you 500 Mens suits wortii f 10 for 200 Bovs suits worth Si V for S J 960 knee suits worth Si for 140 Mens overcoas worth 10 for fjC rieal shoes worth 1V for 75 cents Ladies shoes worth 2 for SlJ cents Childrens shoes worth 75 cenls for 25 cents 600 ladies cloaks at 75 cents mm u rwHill4 ftp corn ejwqVV siw w- 3lL pay tips - iqtrest narlet price - por- - ASK FOR TICKETs VIA KY JWIMWWv Trains Hun by Central Standard Time In Effect Dcccmbcf 3 - aJaJw- I GUST0A GRINDING EVERY DAY For every bushel of good white ear corn we will give v 25 pounds of good flour GIVEUSATRIAI v 32 TRr lv lv r N a M r M A M Suimping Ground I 7 on 7 06 7 7 18 1 JO 1 36 a 41 1 3 J 84 8 V Mens YELLOW i-- slKANT OIKL PKOBLK1L PINE FLOORING n n of his ret church home minister his If an liinjr fiiith in power above us and a ether ii should - to and sensible it re st family hvc try hnie iw First Child proudly My sister had a tooth palled to day -- ml she didnt make a bit of fuss ahoal it Bah Second thild icontemptnoosly That s nothing Mv mnmma takes all her teeth out every night aud doesnt say a word auonl it Truth I tJ IfLi I Vvv Cotton cents a yard Gingham 3 cen tea yard Silk handkerehiets 10 cents Handkerchiefs 5 cents Hose 5 cents Sotks 5 cents Wide ribbon 5 cents Ladies vests 15 cents Pins i papers 5 cenls Remember everything must be sold out Dont buy elsewhere until you get our prices we will be loner than others I lioots at 1 25 each Calico I cents a yard Cotton huts 5 cents a bat Mens caps at 10 cents each rill fe J W ZARING GRAIN MILL CO 7 47 - Li v ol Ar Ijr I trains HOEVER YOU ARE WEsr Uryu I - W KEREVER HATEVER r2l YOU ARE YOUR TASTE W Ar Fraakfon m 7 c AND NEW YORK STORE J CEILING Poplar Weatherboarding Cypress Shingles Cut Poplar Shingles rsraTrflTgfjp Jn nMlfat5lfaMugiPral rrrTfrWirEiirararri 3 TO raLnj iJ73r73l rsJIraaraitl r IsfpaBirlfftlJ Come to Us and We Can Satisfy You eleaa tender juicy tleaka call on us We keep the very If None hut tin best butchers employed ami best meat of I1 kinds makv a specialty of delirering meal promptly ami at the exact lime it is wanted Ladies especially invited to call ami see oar new shop ami you svant the wav we do business a m IO Jo 2 Lea- arrive a aft and in each religion u ho i r child when that a man eontinu all Mil lOK HUP VI us Htsoand -- Aid how is our aew girl getting Hlontr Wife First rate She seems to be particularly neat and pleasant saw night before last when I went away Of course not You inquired about the er girl Fliegende Hlaetter A BjflafflBraBraifSfp SIVDVV TK YIN- - Framing Lnmber Doors ni that riawit nlilcd ihood D f J Window Blinds lut my dear that isnt the pirl 1 NOTICE THE PEOPLE OF1r F rriffl lBrliHrtiJ i Leavi fu r t Leave Iowa j 6 25 i Fraakfort - d m 230 p m m arrive at Cin arrive at Fi Iway ar leave Cincinnati I 7 30 a m m ZLoT 2v isiim C zroisr ss co C I BERCAW tltinei All Kirst Class Goods T WELLS Manager Kc- J1 that oil And Vtnnjijxruvn rurriJTjUi plow C hoes harness 5 axes collars 2 chains or farniin- - impleinent s 5 5 of anv kind call on P C BL1SSH L DKEAM If mm need harrows If yon need hardware cutlery C 5 R N I B R R rush th- ilie for it r it here s t m Visitor Greeacoru r Z - iklL uCanuV il fai great tan you tell is me where Mr ivta x j a Cheaper Than Ever A E CARSE Main St V2 nails bar iron hubs Ar See i b aeksniith or grarpenti S Uoea trLrLrLru L 5 UlJXnjXTLUTJlJlJljaitXiriJTJlJljTJTJljfi 3J rLrtrLrurn iJlilJlaXrUUTJlXLTLTU I for airj Vonth Hen- I n to it is I a Well tv imspprttj is ntry Youth Harpers Hazar 01 an for a nickel now where is it Its burnt down MADISON jtSJ ime Table No 22 In fect Nov 18 iss Ex Sa Ef- Â¬ The Vulcan Chilled Plow ruinrLrurLrLnj ortn rLruxruTXi ATLrLTLrui rLTLTUi rLnrj FAR EoXETRS 2 5 13 iq4 2 v I S voiced 2 c S Hardware and Grccery Richmond Firsi ia BOUND in TO IU INTO POUTtCa TAFFY--FREi v bH Ni ar KCDept auxi uTxtTLriru utjtjttutj trLrvrLTLru uxrtuxrLr 2 Best a a F m p - m an E Ry Mousl hus i If iii Mr Kennard I had a very strange dream last nip ht Lucie I thought I saw another man runniisr off w ith you Mrs Lucie Keuiurd Well and what did you say to him Mr Kennard 1 asked him what he was running for Brooklyn Life His ADJOINING COUNTIES tnjxruiXLritnrLp annTTiJijijxaxrtoruijinnjiriJTJ 3 Salt seed west ii M I v Is u TORT the because i In Poor m irSi Ml ffiJB I ill sell goods at half price 1S9 From now on to January you can bow buy for 50 cents Articles that heretofore cost y u provided you come to the right place which is to A IKII Proprietor of the Cincinnati Cheap Store on First Street 1 A full stock of fresh groceries 2 lime itat es an oats Irvine ii i3 8 30 1 40 Also a choice line of ijiieetis- - p ware At crijTririTUXriiuxruTJTjtjxajxnT 3 37 every kind ran lie bought at in I P J The following is a sample ol the nay I have cut prices rata in the middle 50 Hoys suits worth 150 go fur 75 cents Boys long pants worth 15 go for 75 cents Mens shoes worth J2 go for Mens shoes wortii 15 1 go for 7 cents Men- - boots worth go for 50 Ladies shoes woth 2 go for Ladies shoes woth 1 25 go for 65 cents Boys hoots worth 15 no for 75 cents Childrens shoes worth 5 cents go for 25 cents Mens nder wear worth 75 cents go for t7 cents Mens under wear worth 51 cents go fo 25 cents Mens over shrts worth 5 cents go for 2 cents wfst Irvine M ir s - - a m T 1 M A M 50 happier 1 In xl ist as lr THE A c U ie Parkkau CHORD The man with a pull liecord IIEAKD AT DOMINANT hii Woman he rful Imsj of Hut s mri lo Mai- Ilrul r Ilitine Chicago means so much more than pririic anrl 4 raJs vnii imacrinf w fe rpciilf frnrnlj tatnl niciocpc trilling ailments neglected Don t play with Isature s 1 greatest gift health v v Health Pants worth 150 go for Fall suits worth - go for 7 cents 5 3 m ill rSJrS 6 to J5 ao is 45 S 5 3 4 17 5 30 35 109 23 90 WHAT D0E5 IT WEAN SOLID VESTICULEO TRAINS Ver a p M a between ti e and Venatlle Ciacinnati and N Ieat Richmond at 605 a m rful and uplift- r which a J lie ly I ARAUAMtT TIER r Browns Longhead I just saw Charley Greene eloping with your wife ioyi Now Im even with him He bold me a horse last week Life Oh Mr IKRITATI MJ his en r the f 1 he worl imL wrn For ne arli tiftv the white flower ianr - rs inherent ami prac- V Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Kr srl i W Ofcnt stain your tttth and pleasant to take If ycuarefeelinr out ot sorts weak and generally ex- Â¬ hausted nervous have no appetite aud cant work begin at once tak ing the most relia ble strengthening medicine whuh is Brown s Iron Bit- ters A few bot- - J sUl c iC3 aawi ITtllClll comes from the very first dse it return hours n t and return to Ru hmii it live hourv in I h For throng any t W H rutes and ther information apply to Mens over shirts w ortht go for Mens fine shirts regu ar 15 go o cenis for 7 cents lietweea ADAMS J C M BROVH1HG Geal Passenger Agt VersaiJes Ky Superintendent W ROCK Tram Dispatc er Wi its M J All AKOlND B1 iure 1 5 nans It Cures Kidney and Liver s V ion Is life wortii a1 Why Laura with an mbrel V C-- - her mother m what are J Jf I Constipation Malaria Ctt onlv t lie Neuralgia Troubles Bad Blood Hoys over shirts worth I go fo 50 cents Hoys over shirts worth 5 cents go lor 25 cents Men and ho s hats worth 2 and 3 go for 25 and 50 ce ts Ladies h ts worth 5 go for 125 Men and hoy caps worth co cenls go for 20 cents A better lot worth 7 cents go for 3 cents Tab eoil cloth regular price 30 cents go for Ic cents All sons of handkerchiefs worth from lo to I cents go for sc cents Linen collars worth ic and 2 cents goat Linen cuff- regal trprictSice ets go for 12 - cents of rwiT tiin T Ajtanvflte S Ask kurteta ntxut with esiL u KEN1UCRY iiiaUc aa Lwaingbwa ClUTBUBl- - triaaj W Gvn1 Pt- r - RINEARSOX f Ag nf A - 7j j- 4k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE E GRASS ROUTE f Nervous ailments Womens complaints tx timn il her peace in losing her life of dut j ou doing trod nut in rein so much like rain and you know what a dreadful cold I it lifrffhrii s - hac rmcaH rA f lines on the wrapper All others are ub- Hi receiitt ol two 2c stamps we stitutes f will send set of Ten Beautiful Worlds Fair Views and book ree so I have a stock of goods to numerous to mention in detnil your better plan is to come and see for yourselves and y iu will be more than satisfied that I mean just what I say FBEE C GlJt AE OF SILVER j 1 Deinorests Magazine METHOD IN MADNESS drudp ei ii r work r profesGaaave A i -- - 7 SA Sportsman Now isnt that irritating Shot my last cirtridge away and it i nt a rabbit after all Once a Week ANOIIltK HOSS f Kear Sfarhted t tin awa tier life ami lie s i inoiiy a iiseord and her cir- nto a the ntel- he harsh IlillkKK AN red tiiein- - uaped the men a iid women i t iu gentle out she her noble persoaalitj Her life Sf unnoticed thousands iu ami year out without coui rejoicingly- - by hrave iy weet naturcd women all up and down our land Involuntarily of the hrokefl -- haft as the Vet the lit ives Illist thou shaft is aaan- i iu the upper airs of Heaven and tn Himself crowns a pita V hjr theu siiouiu aais iile be sin m from myriads of lowly unir ls not merely an in loal an atom in the massYes and no T1k r i u li thinjr as an aportaat life in the universe This as typical It illustrates the pos- ory and grandeur obtainable through KieaAaassa af char and of the vaiue of exist nec It sh- i il what the graee of at and U Christ and the fellow ship of the Holy Spirit enable every and to ii umai had taken home to her heart th nKpirit of who said on ri igh this world but once 1 may vi r come this way again Let tue therefore ni gleet no chan e U do a kindness S iur little pilgrim seied her every oprtiinity to make people V itii happy ulture of inteiiec siio united culture of heest nd Kvi ry toy an i pir and man and woman thai had the privilege of know inp her can n ud utter-ess from her s woman the sum nf happiness in the world and lessened human pain and wretchedness by all the force and reach of her being That matters are not so bad for you and me as they might be is due to such icing lii Some of them passed away these centuries before we were born Koine n the land of the morn Â¬ ing But their altruism has niaIe ocr leas forlorn and their little candle has thrown its beams around the A character in l elix Holt wa to have lived because the wory miserable and hie life had helped one who needed it That was the reason for the this woman now enskyed and ed bhe was no a hut yet a woman si liut shi life is a plan of God S hers the Master if ui ier place and i - xu u Caveats and Trade Marka obtained and all Pat- ent business conducted tor Moottorc f fta Four Orncr ta Opposite US Patent Omci land we can secure patent in leas time toac loose j p tcmote from Washington 4 t Send model drawing or photo with descrip- - f t Bob Vc advise if patentable or not free ot i Hbare Our fee not clue till patent la secured with j t A Pamphlet How to Obtain Patents cost of same in the U S and foreign countries J 4 sent free Address H Opp so--- UyyvvvvviaMtJ oarArJ rwPMirii m rai timadc un You will also ti bargainsinmusical instruments guitars violins banjoes accordians and strings jewelry such as c Vc CASNOWCOj Patent Office Washington D Vhad fo yo goin marry dat Ab ol Sally Ann Mose Shes jes Uiut free t lines yo age Mose low yo doan know Sally Anns rrt de tines water million patch in de kentry does yo Judge A r I r a C at I MODEsT KEQlEST j- - G W EVANS sn BY i Real Estate FORV SON Â¬ t T 1 u i every modern bee man ought to hare It is Merely a cone made of fine wire A FA KM in net 3 inches in diameter at one end j mil ol Richmond and open at the apex so that only one flood improve and t per atye bee at a time can pass throigh it A FARM direct on a goo turnpike is fastened to a hole in a board Will you have the kindness my dear Jhis tohac sir o iuin cl with me Im real the size of the hive the base of the iad sl nne s Irom own I ice co and and tobacco barn 0 per find out whether the ios I cone level with the top of the board anxious to IVhea sections are to be removed this ere ought knows how to bite bee escape is placed Iietwecn them and Il laetter A FARM 01 83 acres in i the body of the hive The bees pour miles ol Killed One and Wounded Another into the open mouth of the cone and Richmond G Kd land and improve- Â¬ IIiRMiMHAM Ala Dec 31 In Chero descend through its apex into the hive o pr 4Cre nnvnwntu ments kee county near enter Sunday after soon leaving the noon during a snowstorm a crowd of They rarely find desired case clear their way beck AisO sro hou de irid tocatr were out snow hinting While through the escape It can be o 0 th Co hn ii th it ma Ih s d thus Fred Long and Aiine place instantly is effective put in and ao W Coopsi along ami the boys be simple that anybody can construct gan pelting them Long twice told one Farm and Home A sf a miii ocatel l ts the Youngsters to stop and as they d hi t scrtice op r persisted he pulled a pistoi and fired Fowls on tbe Farm into I The first ball struck It is Impossible to get the best re Willie Winton a boy of 14 years and sults from fowls kept cooped in a i him almost instantly The sec Â¬ pen especially during hot weather ond one wounded Eddie Grav a Hisease and rermin et a foothold boy When Long saw what he among- thein unless they have ample i had done he bade tart good- - range to sun and dust themselves by by and has not been seen since contact with fresh earth A yard no metier how small that can be plowed fat Mexico San aJrTOKIO Tex lee il A Wil- Â¬ or cultivated once a week during the liams of Atlanta Ga better known as sumner will make a rolling place for Ieg Williams sgneti a contract them It will be all the better if their through W H Ellis representing the rrain feed is piven on thia plowed I have a Fine New Residence situated on and the fowls obliged to Broadway and some very T Lanuivolo of Mapi- - surface ama the company scratch for it They mav lose a little r s The Negroes will be ob gTain but most of it will turn up DESIRABLE ia and Alabama at the next cultivation or if it port iOOtXXi Terminates itMirout will be on dHeoent streets in the best ncighbor- iu town Also houses and lots on stalos to cateu On farms the butler plan ia to h0 corners Aso lots suitable for Livery let the fowls range evert where pro- - pullic W garden by a - Stablcs Mule Sheds Stock Pens or Mann Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder scrviaV that for hens withfence and re- - factones- small chick- i f0 caH The Kemovlne of Honey When hive sections are full the rorlc of removin- them is made less hazard ous bv the aid if the smoker that is in Mich common ue but tiM free smok ing is b irburous and unprofitable The cone shaped bee escape is a deriee Â¬ For rent or exchange an elegant residence ol 8 ro mi in a ijood locality for lioarders Also the bet coal am1 lumber yard in town with new store houe an ffice Firhaika scale in the ofho Kv rvthin comi ete read lor hadntu Will exch oife 01 a sood faim 01 rent lor a teuri of ears cheip 2j tol I tactory condition Of trade manufac- ture and general business of the coun- try The Surreptitious act Of 1873 divorcing silver and gold in Our mone- tary system was a tnme of Untold magnitude It was the rankest kind of class legislation in favor Of the wealthy against the producers of wealth and hostile to the prosperity of the Unitt d States It was an act FIRST STREET of treason because done at the instance of a European syndicate and fat bribe giving aid and comfort to Tf3j money our country s enemies 10 snieid br the guilty parties the well authenti- jsV LITgflfggjgJaigJ MrrHjMrSl7HJ K KaI niiii ui13 Alron jioouiivu nave UCCI1 iusAi lir ir until m T ItiltSrrrUiafraB usly denied The Enquirer will continue to ex Â¬ LOSCrX BXZOTOBT pose this unpardonable crime until MASONIC right and justice are done the people Richmond Lodge No 2c meets second by the full restoration of silver to its and fourth Tuesdays in each month S old companionship with gold We P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith need the assistance of the people in Secretary Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 disseminating the truth to which end D Condensed News meets third Tuesday in each month we invite all in your selection of pa- Armer H P J Speed Smith Secy P Richmond Commander- No 19 Reg- Â¬ Stories pcrs for the coming season to include ular meeting the first Tuesday in each the Enquirer that costs only 100 a month Visiting Sir Knights are cordialM so 11 in v S P Deatherage ly invited to attend year Issued twice a week E J Speed Smith Recorder Womens Department Liberal commissions and cash re-Â¬ Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville I Ibildreng De arimenl meets Saturday evening before th- full wards given to club raisers Sample moon in every month J W Moore W copies free Enquirer Conjpany Agricultural Depurlment M R V Whitlock Secretary Kingston Lodge No Jic at Kingston Cincinnati O Political Depurmenr meets Saturday evening before the full T C Witt W moon in every month Vnswvrs lo Oirre ipiiidn M A R Todd Secretary Waco Lodge at Waco meets fourth Editorial Saturday in everv month John F White W M J H Turpin Secretary Kvervthiiiji John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Union City meets second Saturday in every month John D Hamilton W M j BE FOUND lLlohn L Griggs Secretary Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Boones- 1 borough meets third Saturday in every S Old- Wm Bennett W M month Th- sp- cia fralur ol IIPPINCOTTS ham Secretary A M John Berea Lodge No 617 F Johnson W M A P DONT MISS THE PLlcT 1 The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product of American mines at the old ratio of 16 of silver to of t aveat and Trade marks obtairel and gold is the Only solution of and all patent business conducted lor Moder v he remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- - ateK vicinity ot the ta tent Office and 1 PATEWTS r A Cciiiinniti Cheap Store FELD ciiities for securing patints are unsurjass St nd mouei sketch dra ina or pho tograph wiih description and staten ent as to advantages claimed No charge is made MM an opinion as to iate mi shortest auo t4uickcst Koutr iron Vt Kentuck to All Points North Hou and South west Through dail- between Cincm rar service nati Middlesborough Ky and Knoxville Tenn and Points on N R R L 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