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S f VOLUME -- If RICHMOND ter that ousrht never to havt nlii written printed in a newspaper - more talk than millions of letÂ¬ J V ters VIII PROFESSIONAL COLUMN MCWTATi ST7EGEET RT MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 30 1895 i TVV -1 lln I J ffi 1 NUMBER I 34 ounty2toey IT DASGERS OF PESSIMISM Dzvid Eoldly Declared That All Met Were Liars 1 ftjfJS ut rd the post offices and tCs TiiKHi are i weiirh down the mail carriers with e- B A Crutcher n and 19 ies in In WELBY W BUBGIN f honest love Tolstoi tile Newport there are N 16 n t In 1 iliiii l author is wronjr when Dr S K Scott KiicmriKrm -- DEXTIS n A rkpt Inform Iropu litn be prints a book for the depreciati und S E Scott Richmond KtM CKY til oiirTli- Our itii of Milnirt kk are twenty men in the Logan marriage If your observation has put fourth Monday in an d and the pUki in ihc l it iii county The February term cat v in April and vou in an attitude of deplorat on for t for S lew bet and Dc- - the marriage state one or two things rh-- Tal twelve mil nieT his subject is true ti legaid to you you bave i Dangers of sie imism kt either been unfortunate in your ac ni A WILKES SMITH l CONDENSED NEWS iin cxvi qnaintancebip or you yoarsell arc TAL SCRG1 I Saul iu My Haste All Mon Are morally not The world rotten Depositors in the Farmers and K EN it as rapid as we woold lie van 1111111U Ind chant ited liv- - but still with long strides is on the S F y ule and way to the scenes M dollar in a few 0 Milet- felicity the Bible predicts The man ill Ed be said All in not s c this i wrong1 either I I ijrizes ami -- ays in his heart or liver Or spleen ok L HARRIS M D I D s iblic School Mn le picture gallery l u ni- I CKY where Isaiah has set up the pictun n tin- - first MonKm haul in ti y ace girding the world with cm BeU and wife of It v lie and boxwood inc magistrates courts le Ky v to Corel to en- and St ami the lion led by a hi Au - anil They will - of water irv work will er ami expect to bruary ara wijieu - I A HI F away and trumpets blown and harps Satar- me banli At hicago A L Etty while i eemed While struck and nal I E8 MORGAN YXI iilt a physician dress the wounds of a things i io not S - nday - have have becanie sick at the luragement for DEXTI81 bird jt of a w iudow for twenty five of eil Bfth Monday Kll HMoMi Ikntvcki s and i sustaining fatal injai The a is coming years t to King Humbert te birthday aring to put on bridal I A Turpin first Sat be r ttiiii We need t attons to the Geraaaa emper Â¬ V hi ni K Satantejr seem Man or Sunday the ms and rr ni marches ready i All In onr bymnolopy Id in the w nave court Was litnon second ATTOENETS ii M ore more use for Antioch than for Wind-third Satur H W H Rosaswea Lei iftl Barton a r ior Ariel than for Naomi rz J A SULLIVAN Voung a v3 ria Kan one of liark from the Tombs dolefnl cry 2t B yo IX WALL ST MrV YCls OVt BAKWQ POWDER CO s v n laney vn men in the viih Joy to the World ATTORXEY AT LAW me Really if I thought VN Kh bird Sat the ed tiuman race were as determined to K II M and getting wor I V t A would think it was the New One of the at the table roni KKNTICKY STATE NEW- - iron speeial to Venezuela York Proc If aft r hun says Caracas ehildren goes to th G ii B - Paul ears of Go are Grandmother the stairs ami cries Tnr post Hi e at Baas Pike county upon tiATTORXEY AT LAW But there is no answer Fearinysome- A Ham v iil be discontinue v ami establish thing is the matter they uo up to Lynchers Preparing to Leave K A SilMBI a of bs inion is se and all seems rierht lit he spec Â¬ havi pre ented to the city if we hail enough faith in quick A Irerman Montgomery County p third rirntii name tacles and the Bible on the stand and i fort a rij re Mexici vers of the ln i are smooth and n mt ay n was who - Balsa her white hair n the a jo t s to Punish Sc Tte of Jud by the s r ghteous- white i ilow ease like snow on snow rV i mi P a eor- with eml woald tlls slrea ly fallen Bat her soul is gone Indians on Triburon islai were MobbiTs Has Been Widened M tile courts twei centnrr Qok upon tkings that the niLit 111 AT ner a tury only five or six f in the ry at had been reading r n B Itronbl of Kl NT CKY IMOMl wonld begin tiie mil- What a transporting look The I ynrhprs 1mi Murpio Brown is kmw to wonld reign either on her near old wrinkled face She ton of fo XT tli- s if to reiili tvai- set ap be- w men Wl re put to io ii Win n s King in His be ami t KeaMssauT u iuv ili- Gaistr aeries and tie fhhas been welcomed by the Lamb ds o- mercy ami who was slain And her two C AH II CHENAULT Ky J Vir Mt liisrans tons having hurried upstairs gomery cm nty ouraged work will meet with and whisper Henry to George Sntl lithda That iiLr badly iri of ATTORXJST8 AT LAW are ant work ieorge to H hit making h ert Satur- KkNTI CKY v an or his circul victory Ves tnats relir vciL the st men an s a New York merchant who plan to punis or OU has been in business should say In or widened and bi ami an old fashioned re to justice not hiring irs n the The move t M vival of religion in boyhood he iive Tom Blair bul - POWELL THE MARKETS at M hi heart to God lie did not make the also fui ATTORXEY AT LAW ly ami infinite and everlat ion of erly extends the tii f the year will Tin Germantown f sowing wild oats ivitk rami iu K inbe second wi - peetatioi Ooiver will repeat a have later on lie realized the facl t at the charge a a want Tin and Tei those who sow wild oats ag of participate in t DIEE3T0ET in the He started Murphy L p any Other crop W II SHACKELFORD iias ii and has kept right He w- nt er in Murphy who an in down in s T when the bunks failed one of the upperkill eountii AT LA W ATTORXE s Say it by but ne failed honestly say s i i a 111 and here for Kkn ear rie ht Sundat at faith in God Ips and downs Mks Ianmk HisK of wn jail here he killed a fellow prisoner tl bo limi thai with a divine 5 letimes laughs over then but rami r of flatirons that N n in If this worl d is ever lo in Iravri whether losing or paining he was he was rent to W lie was longed to her t n I begins bj a will not be by irrowine letter all the time He ha taken from th e by a man v IV 5 nth If we IV been in many business ventures tint who represented himse t to be an oiii emingly as good as new STEPHEN 1 PARRISH Si nday he never ventured the experiment of aer and brought to Mt S ami T I IlFIIIsoN who w - uitli toon to 11 at i from true attractivi v TORXEY AT LAW paining the world and losinr his soni banged within its irporate limit irg county at t emoi K nuii a ept it an Be Â¬ His name was a power both in the Blair serving ice in he Mt ber eie d ion fliiel to Kektocki it Pravrl a worse u The cit lt away in business the and church ing Jail for carrying office was vacant The oun- mate We s that etr and decency and out x He more has drawn was taken on ears ty j inted G K Baynham to osition etism checks for contributions to asylums nieiit by a m ih and af Let la w it Put that a itters aim churches and schools than any ly beaten was bange i t ntil dead Peanth ill i saikikv will not pies fore- re a lie has kept crime u on except Hod knows s was the the present term of the Ho vie circuit s sbv - but Sunday morning light Knoc Pav- E many a businessman from fa il I t ever committed by a mob account of si II BRECK amer -- undav ng his name on the back of a Kentucky This state of thinirs is Judge 11 his ictics re and mine was past the crisis note till he will say tha 1 th condit ion ATTORXEY AT LAW rA TlH the varicL- As lernatc knows about All hiiu Of 1rauce under the reign Of Iloles- Ilea en Wheat No K N llaiir II I IAkMi ii pt f bn more than it for the psr woman whose rent he pierre eer tec the public school ai Wickliffe died a lirst half crime As a doirmatisni it is an her Ui t lavs and the man with Gov Brown has notifiei Judge few days as a rein- - consumption iu the hospital N But PKEsHYTKKI ire per tnat if the present rewa is to have a privat Lot isvni Let the children on their way as a transfiguration it is Dt sVoweca and cordials just before Castor T I of the lynch atrical company head for the convicti something like the ils in v at the n iiinr thai ascension anal the people he encour ers is insufficient he will increase it to old Dickson club i in t be aftt n No 1 Meeting is or touched tne aged in many ways after they entered any amount necessary nama- Mks Arm a Iiiyoi wi t of a Heaven kept talking about it has increased the pay of the jail justi by Ii childn uit t of appeals MLITH Pan v terian ud no immortals are neither deaf nor dumb DR man or a l Niw Yo guards and his bodj guards to S3 per New enly the other a n one can help but like it A it it is about time for the old mer day and has also sett Wlltl Nu J red store i YHlt I AX SURGEON Castle orphanage the lami with helple m a house in London and chant himself to quit earthly between himself and Attorney White A g cir ii Ki s iv in the ick and dying boy As it is toward evening he shuts the It is said that four of the persona Col fam range lying n his bed and safe puts the roil of newspapers in hi- - against whom indie merits were re- vlle found Fred liles Street of murder in the th st ami sutlicientlr cron rree and fixed H here eil you said No thinking that the family may turned Saturday nave left the county his sentence at imprisonment for to the ntiaries in au A man J hi like to read them alter he rets No additional arrests w ere made sun IV without giving it an l EVANS M Tin body of a man al rs ol at it to me lie comes here often lie folds una tive dmiar bill and day but excitement is still very great ami hiUII iv for pauperism iiia Sam RonUibie to me and eadi it to the boy to carry to one of the car tx LCK JS Commenting upon the present con VJan M i deau an i Hopkinsville was prays with me and brings me nice men wno ot 111s lerr Drosten and ma atajr vHtu No 2 rd a ie dition of affairs a local paper says we are not very jubilant liiseo is What his be in need of a little money puts a to eat ii absolute There is a spirit over a municipal reform that oj ens the 0 No 3 yellow city missionary Wot stamp on a letter to Ins grandson at anarchy pervading the very air in and the railroad tracks several miles north exercises by a doxolojrv to rum we aw said the si k evi ye a ietter with good advice and around lt Sterling Courts and j fall faith - ury fallen asleep on the tra great speeches over ixiv but make and Marco pel which will vet sink all iniquity af in that great building pointing to the an inclosure to around the holidays haof- are abused and lied on no matter a train the store or iiy then looks what they do and attempts are M A Re Atlantic ocean melts a il 1 ne PTTTsatraca i ii B Mon of sards baa been se of London Purliii nl says to the clerks Good even in every conceivable way by hook and lay an i Sunday want and what What mk xv Cattis Prim ted a pension missionary asked Was his name Mr DR T J TAYLOR iiLr and starts for home Btoppin r on crook and strategv the S g a m each Oh yea said the iniy widow- Mis Mart Liikx Brady his way at a door to ask how his old strong arm of justice and render it ening that will motrn do lis name Mr Gladstone lo friend a deacon in the same church is powerless to strike in behalf of the wiio had Ho v arian Pastor lii ions an i on tell me a man can see religion like Kentucky lliristianire onr jfre it by five getting on since his last bad attack of constitutional and legal rights of our was visited the Bad Saturday and Richmond or to temptations tinghi st tin who beat her untnerci ie it There is an old ia jo He enters his own home and citizens sm f Yeagers Jewelry her unlaw er in a farm h They then set tire to her house and Pas - b that is his last evening on earth Ile vir- cet Kxplosimi Natural lias Pesa here in the seven no1 even leav eoa S tarda y IVrha nil say much No last words Ian 58 Early Sunday burned ail she pose Chicaoo sisitnisn is a sin and ti in JH it is the eaiiy are necessary Uluu le ties perhaps 75 or 7 M month at His whole life has been morning the factory of the William ing her or ber children a suit of clothI I ASHBAUGHM for the war in Hri A1 0 N Y Jun rt e No hrongh onr a testimony lor iiv1 and ngnteousness Wrigley Chewing Gum Manufacturing ing She resided three miles from liy a 111 Receipts liKht owins M of which are all the fore Her husi she Ls reading a newspaper until to More people would like to attend his Co at 89 Kin street was wrecked by w iek anHOMOJPATHJST n by Apollj on ai v L P lohn- when siie takes a well kprs frood to rhoiee band George Brady was killed sixteen KKNTLCKV Kl HV the worn Book jailed the Bible 1 know obsequies tiian anv hoese or church an explosion of natural gas and the years ago by an accidental discharge i medium dr to extra The officiating clergy shattered mass was e insutned by lire would hold WW- Li a 11 her fac siic v from the ii man bee ins his remarks by quoting Several adjoining bail lings caught tire of a gun nnd diseases of women a spec e m Iil IB flwwi to priia- luaitrt Sunday stateme street reauiu one of the thanksgiving from the lsaltuist Tiik congregation of the First hrisHelp Lord for 4d0 5 fair to doe by it were B A tide best rk P the the Godly man eeaseth for the faithful from flyinir sparks b a panic saved Revelation tian church at Iaiucaii will er or in ii is fir Wl the tire department can Nine hundred and n 1111 rGIBSON pearly ti Jan X building of twelve fail from araonir the children of men T H Campbell DR B R utel in the neighborhood and many new church is available already moreÂ¬ VTIatrr nine of a thousand of the officials of itory awhile sne closes the lunik for the pur than 815000 livery hour in Heaven for all the mil- Â¬ urda mi 50 us were on the streets half ciad ni mnnieipal ami the United S lH VSIi IAN A Xl SURGEON her hands and thinks lion years of eternity-- that old mer Â¬ with the thermometer 10 degrees be pose Rev ii L AmOut of a jver tne past and seems whispering merits are honest K KM CKY KlCHM ill corn will see the results of his earthly low zero The damage done by the Tin Ilarbjon dis Co is the title of chant shiers and bank concern that will be organised iier children some of em e and fidelity while on the cc- re and explosion wil lotex are No 1 is and 20 Office in ihc I naie hunared ani earth and some of them in si reel where he did business ami In but would have been much greater had for tne purpose of boring for natural irl Fir t Saturday and T- 5oe No- - i ly the positio Pv Out v o Now a smile is on her face Pastor It is pro- the orphan asylum in which he was a not a call been sent in for au extra gas in Herdri and nit S r and sometiiies the director and in the churchof which he large number of engines to rai e for immediate use tiie STEWART be tear The scenes of was an officer whenever his jreniality in deepen- lid Wm Rupatd sum duty- 1 wo and ninett liillr teristi lilted hie and beneficence and goodness are re I to her Harbiwell on the farm of J PHYSICIAN AM SI RGEON -- The residence as they understand it Out of one minul Com miu s 11 Jan Dun on First Sat all the children smilinsr d to bank director will say to son nen- Parksville lien irickscounty KhNTXKY actors an S n lav in eacii month KRHMOM toys and r bank director and merchant to mcr- - of Thomas Williams near Ooiner Al around her with ah their very line iunen nine hundred and ninty u oyel by ijiiali which natural Icr rake ThiidSat Then and neighbor to neighbor and len county was to rn flowing than rcet over Covn posi- rdat an are true to their re lis two ehildren two months now them down ian to hristian That is re fire Saturday night liana sure Residence 6iy Nrtu Sunday and prece Street is seldom t rk 1inrd It perished in the flames Mrs Williams nen she lers Yes that is reiiyion the other day IE5 of lav ret at positions had gone to do the milking lea rave but over it e sees A iiiii ma Jas B Brans Saturday and to Death Starved Second over until they have bee the ehildren alone in the house When ae to Me In- DR O A KENNEDY t v K L Ambrose ry of Zanksviiik O Ian Js A woman she returned the house was in tlauies If in tr and ins Stoval Adtiril e Logan Pastor Rev of the town known as Florence How- The little babe was burned to a crisp YSJi IAS A ND SURGEON pessimist were the imise of I Wm Moore Kintld lie Lyon ard died J undav nieht and the at in the cradle ami the son Kknticky would long ago h Ephiram Story Lysonhv Graves Wm Paator Rev M A Jones Richmond Â¬ und civilisation would have been sub of hard tending physician says her demise was ran up stairs to escape but was unable Wil- a tad pieceJing Saturday due to starvation Her maiden name to get out H r help could be Arnett Elizabethtown Hardin merged with barbarism aim in Smith I 04 Main Street up bread int Sunday tray Gamaliel Monroe to 50clotli centuries would have been struggle Then she thinks of a few was Ashley and her parents live at heard by the mother but she was pow Wilson Waltins Creek HardinCalaway 111to the The bodv was found later in KIsT th trash of sunshine and Bockford pbell Wa P M POSTER that because ion ismtie icissi- Youn I adieu lmuirrsr1 the debris Mrs Williams is likely to Taylor Cattletsburg L v lark si Third Sunday and pe- - DRJOHN ount- s Eight young lose her mind over the terrible occur- Â¬ Ian I01AN o Pastor L U Reynolds widows etc Martha 1 ciiindei NewPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON two wrongdoers are blazoned be for many yean have V Harding ladies ranging- from It to JO years old rence How the fire triginated is not port Campbell Mary Martin Tipton KNOWLEDGE Kknucky lotaj ile nothing is aia ida and preceding Richmond belonging to the Baptist Church were known the illnesses of a lifetime int Gray Versailles Hocking river at Hock Brings comfort and improYenient and lier immersed in the lumped to Death in praise of tne bund made her cl between Second and -- inal enjoyment when Second Sundav and prece- iturday eight mijes from at tueir ho hi Eimohk O Ian 28 A fire broke residence at turner Main prayer is a mixture of thanks TBI board of ioseph Uallew The many who live bet- i until their b sustaining irrace during all Logan in spite of the extreme cold out here Sunday evening at 8 for wing in- county made M I r than others and enjoy life more with casant Second tnd fourth Sun- not a pins destroyed five story brick buildings by and thanks for ehil-- weather vears n lam town Pastor nd preceding Saturdays expenditure by more promptly which belongs to others C hristian psnod wor on Main street it and kind and HAS HOOKER Hogcrman Sabbath school 10 a ina the worlds best products to Lire with Kada thoutrh with d or no for j i prayer for the wandering e boy Refuso Billingfrom the washtub will aliout 835000TwoThere was little in the abject to equadii beinr will attest VETERINARY SURGEON V suls ni girls employed he insurance First and fourth Sundays and 1th of the pure liquid lves fie Flinn American hoe atii built And then her irive lice from lae poultry house irture Paa a the 11 preceding third Sunday property 1 in the on the bam jumped from the sneak of the land of Make them stronger by adding a Mary OMalley H Kexnolds 4 Specially ly yrup of Fl Jt - n or the Veterinary Dentstry M Rhine a re pound of lye to the tub and apply second story windows of txpects to meet her id Elder W F Smith Pk- ank- - rail Its excellence ia dan to its presenting hot with a watering pot or spray ceived injuries which may p is a mean thing ia human natui S lranslUd arl ices even Sunday at 11 a m and other corp pump everywhere about the coop es Sunday that men anu women are in at 930 a In a Parlor Shoot nij t to the JCDOE CaXTBIU riated If Him peeiailv on and around the roosts fordoing well bi ner meeting Wednesday evening Ilivios W Ya Jaa 38 M Brown in h By DOtiirtg dos me soapsuus can oc I Nihoof an ins of memb xk Pond Second Sunday tea Kerosene emulsion DJ auu t to t and th pistols sin f in L H Reynolds nisi rt Ing three qonrta of oli to the tub and Wy n Church Second And rio then running the mixture rapmiv several koiff found Nihoof at his home d in ecn month and Saturday preced throuQ li a garden or force parlor wit mihepill S J an hoc Pa pump The emulsion is a good lie de tiie trouble Wyko 1 CHI S li atroyer He was also shot in ti is in jail o- service and sermon at 0 ntyboats are wintering ever Fiening service and sermon at Awarded SS4 10 for siandt r r 4 cock during the winter la great at nilDCC IZRTU KK a T P A the train robbers at McNeal Ark u Smithland grocer Ln FViday at 2 p m oin the e slane Kector ger and a pec iiller et A SURE find CERTAIN CURS cat no known for 15 years as the Richmond Pastor Rev Fathei BEST REMEDY for PtLES jor lav at aswaa 11 V RVCHJH4Ti o a m Lecture and bf ixattssta atcs cb stlcttx 1 - mil Col iimmmm iyr- 7T r tn lryor raised and ve rs teifefi-s- - o st itute a portion of Dont ask for baking powder simply Otherwise the grocer may give you some of the alum powders which will spoil your food and make you Ask for ROYAL Baking Powder 1 i MOTrlERS VVe 1 Ti jil Offer You a Remedy Which Insures Safety to Life of Mother and Child Mothers Friend Robs Confinement of Its Pain Horror and Risk Mothers t - 1 - I There is no other compound or mixture that can take the place of ROYAL BAKING POWDER or make cake biscuit griddle cakcs doughnuts that bread etc so light sweet palatable and wholesome II r rMli Bo - RESULtm CO Atbata 6a 1 HOTEL LELAND s k BROOKS rVopric K U e frnin Dapot 1 Take no substitutes for Royal Baking- Powder r BADLY LEXINGTON KKMLCKY New New Furniture Heated throughout hy hoi water 11 SSSMiSS5m 1 STOVES Do You - SCARED nn Need Stoves SOON BE -- THI COLD WEATHKR WILL LPON YOU AND A I in i I - 1 11 STOVE OR A GRATE WILL Btt A li-ai- I - NECESSITY WI HAVE BOTH - 1 L 11 In nut we have every thing in the heat ng and cooking line Our sales have already been large this season and every ale na -- Â¬ 1 Â¬ Given Satisfaction -- COME AND BL-Y- - l A HEATI2TG STOVE A C00ZI2TC1 STOVE A EA27CE A CEATE AND N N - EVKKYTHIS v THFM RY TO S 111 - ACiOMPs SLCH 1 rirc Srica Hearths Ciisicsy Tllea Zicis Cocin ITtsrisila Stc iik s 1 to laiDGaronna mist WaoiGUT Srsn CO Cklx- - I M CLAUDE SMITH 1 I 1 Â¬ - W WtaV I - O 3 aatrv anmmWfL L CUAr Wll Vb Douglas FIT FOR A ISTHEBEST -- Kins D COEDOVAN firiAlillLL3 Mr VASs sp Fi t Calf Wmmk 350 P0LICE3 SOLES - 11 Â¬ s2v0RKNGmry EXTaAFINE 22S7JSCY3 J LADIESSEND FDR i C i Al Â¬ Over One Million BHOCKTONJsASi Â¬ l- W L Douglas U LouiAa Peorle var the 3 Sv - SLfaSwa MALOGUE 4 Shoes Â¬ V Â¬ i iic They fflve the best value lor the raonev tcy coital custom hn s In atylc and fit fatter wearing qualities are unsurpassed -- stamped on sole rtcea ore cnilorm -t s- - H over rther makes fom H your OBBsai cannot supply you we can Sold by our shoes are equally satisfactory iti 1 f- JAOS EEEEMA1T Eicincad 27 - v- GornettHouseSaloon- Y STUART JONES Proprietor 1 Â¬ I 1 i 1 I -- Hdt 4- Â¬ t- will hcivalror sel pure year-old Jett whiskey at 22 jer galon I hive e gaged ihe services of Mr Robt Ten ill as bartender who will be pleased to have his friends call 1111 see him 011 1 gl As Pure Whiskies Wines Brandies c the whiskey tu lies heen raised 20c pe I HI Alir 40 39 JONKS liaraett id Street llaie SbImb - Â¬ I iiini-tv-niii- THE -- DRAH si CORNER SALOON - - 1 Ill Â¬ -- I 13- Is located on the corner of First and Ir They hae 14 year oid An ilerson cOMtntT and home made whin All ages Fresh beer dailv from the city and kinds o Wines Brandies and Water and can furnish anv amount from a five gallons at lowest price or send it at the lir or i joi our house to Tint line big eood lookins po ile John Mershon will wait on Â¬ i icu with pleasure L 47 T WILSON Prop Â¬ - - KTClHRN CAX I OBTAIN A PATRXT For ScriptV answer and an bone- - lisswtjahj j sal V who have ha4 evr o ticc in the fatta bn- as CsBsaai v-boos stncuy unssiianiiai AiiaMssskstla aiesi aa- mam so sew e c I - -- W WCAVt 41 MUt MARKSV COPYFUGHTSI i 1 Emkeyei III QINTMENT TABLERSDII hooka mm tree thin h Hum Si IV rmemimm f - Al sxUKSinthe s ipntis- - Amerlrws snd t ar hrosMht wnlehr bunt th anhi u with rout sdeudld Bsv r BtrstM has by nu tha work in th nt ire SSI BttWJSsvBMSSBir suss year illliu 1 X co 1 1 I - sao Big Four Mileage onuy l1- ill 35 35 THE CLIMAX rCBUDglll EVEKY WEDNESDAY BY Tho Climax Printing MOCK Co RorrtM isu Gaa Maxmek KAK PHKK KK 150 AEVEBTISIITG r SPACF EATZS 9 m s 3 25 350 - 70011001750 28 75 34 5t 40 00 60 00 ool 80 00 so if mm t ob or i IS 00 J Tiik Times inndent called upon State Treasury he privii rnts tmmmy four weeks Hale this morning and asked him as to the outlook in regard to bis movement nonyartous or return recircuthe name of the fur financial relief as detailed in his ution but as lar-letter a copy of which was pub lished in The Times last Thursday The Treasurer has just returned from Kdily WEDNESDAY ville and found awaiting him at his office a stack ol letters from officers out li in aiwociates haw in tlie state in raafMMM to Ins circular n each on asking then consent to an agreement by ie ie hi their on- which the officials are to turn over their These gentlemen now warrants t the banks for a very low labor discount which w ill enable the Treasurer Tin ii- Du tatorxhip of the W apply whatever income the State has juiMiii cell is must to payment of urgent current expenses t lie It is nmre thai The tone of these lehMaawaa especially gratifying to Maj Hale and he stated nnwhipt si justice ami be had received enough favorable repablic eoa- - that responses to warrant the statement that ipoa their laws his plan will be carried out within the similar nut- t - ddiHn for fir- - in- - and enormously accelerate the present flow of immigration to the South We cordially endorse the scheme and supcest that those of our Common- Â¬ wealth who are engaged in promoting immigration take up the question and see if many ol those steady enterprising men who liave male the deserts hlos som as a rose but through the failure of crops have been reduced to the point of starvation cannot le brought to Ken tuck v ami located where they will not only make a living for themselves and families hut help to build up our waste mid to the wealth and dignity of the Commonwealth They have enterprise ami thrift or they would not be here they are at this time Thev had the energy to cut loose from home and friends in other lands and undergo the privations incident to setting up in a new country and are among the best class of citizens that are to be found in any State Here is your opimrtuuilv philanthropist and humanitarian Â¬ 70000000 Nicaraguan canal bonds Each of these is to bear the following guarantee The Uuited States of America guarantees to the lawful holder Of this Inind the payment by the Maritime Canal OMspaa of Nicaragua of the principal of said bonds and the interest ai cruing thereon and as it accrues An additional WlMMM of aaaaa is to be issued without the UaMad States guarantee The total 100000000 thus issued is to be used in constructing the intenxeanic canal The secretary of the treasury is to have general supervision of the project A board of directors is to have immediate charge of the work of this board the president is to designate lo members no more than two from any one state The United Stales is to receive 70000000 of canal coinpanv stiK k in return for guarantee- Â¬ ing the liond is to hold a mortgage lien on all theproiertv of the canal company Â¬ 1 money coined Senator Smith of New ox and the Jews dislike of the bog WORK YOUR BRAIN have some tilings which they regard Jersey also introduced a financial bill merely provided for the issue of themselves above desecrating so let us which Americans cultivate and cherish a lit- Â¬ bonds aud the establishment of a non- Â¬ tle sentiment and reserve the noble ani- partisan monetary commission to inves- Â¬ Discover What the Little Crip mal who has not only patieutly pulled tigate and report to Congress next De- Â¬ pi d Girl Wants with our plows aud wagons aud carried us on cember There is no apparent change These bis back over the Alleghenies and even in the financial situation in the House across the great desert to the golden which has lately been looking to the shores of prosperity and aroused our Senate if not for guidance at least for a 101372797058094779 3ARL0ADS euthui iastic admiration by exhibitions pointer Mr W J Broderick president of the of beauty speed and intelligence like Ladv de Jaruette and Lou Chief in the St Iouis Live Stock Exchange is in fair ring or ongfellow and harry Bas Washington helping others interested in A Cigantic Scheme Un arthed by the sett racing at Saratoga or the incompar- our foreign meat and cattle trade to get Postoffice Authorities at Â¬ ilWWSt t tjmi Mild EJt FRESH t- Stamps MEATS rn T H 1 t Â¬ 0AT JW DUNCflNMLD STANDI We will always keep for sale the Choicest Meats and I Pork Lamb Veal S trv at the iirniirr seasons tlCil the lllM will ell at prices as low an Lard Chickens etc We also continue to handle Kami Produce of all kind- - S hrin -- able Aliz trotting at jalesburg and tne invincible Kobeit J pacing at Terre Haute for all of which they only ask the reward of our kindness aud protec- Â¬ tion Sherry B Smith in Kentucky Stock Farm that obnoxious dillerential sugar tariff INCLE SAMS is OBLIGED NAVY YARDS SHollD BE CHANGED insertion Frankfort Ky Jan by I - well I luted judges jurors next lew SJ The time is prettj It is understood that the rate of interill unlaw- est w hich the officials will have to pav t rolled the banks foi the advancements will lie The w very low The Treasurer said he had out ami thoroughly not niiite arranged as to the asvliim by the bat felt morally certain that North these institutions too would Ik helK d be ihme out of the financial mire at no distant looking to this day Hiialties The state has an estimated nionthlv thiSto 80000 deincome of from lit and rived from license taxes turnpike taxes isin ami its kjadrcd an turnpike dividends and taxes on dislie laborer will - the maiiulao- - tilled spirits to which may lie added also from the Insurance Bureau and the eived in return that several Traateeaof jury funds urtber each rThis income it is proposed shall be lalmi dis applied to the payment of w itness lees pauper idiots claim jailers fees in ielonv rill prevail ami cases etc and Maj Hale thinks there is no diiM that his arrangements will K-All Minimum erfected in detail and that the deficit Â¬ - Shii Â¬ 1 Â¬ - s I IXIMil will be successfully bridged ljuisville for 11 liuio the Ma Tiiom vs day i m w This the It requires that hile horning all 1111- Liny - take part in such mid lie the I the Initeil nd by tin- iureau i equitable in prin- - i t mini 11s the lie cm which D mav latc B ultimatum ami the Be hv the the lnamilar- State Board listened t the talk of the licatty ville Enterprise last winter when that paper and theMoaatain Sentinel were advocating the planting of tobacco as a cropon of the lion unpnductive hillsides of the ivaaaetive loralitiea in which they had circulation The result in his case is that off from nine measured acres of laud he an average of IflM HHinds per II re and that the net proceeds don t uiisiiiiderstan the word the clear profit re will le KO or M0 OB the nine ill county has thousands of that will do this well or better and if the agriculturalists will turn their at tentioii in this dinition thev will in oit yean revolutionize the county where many now live in cabins nice Iweilings will le seen and plentv will li where maiiv now have hard work to eke out a living Someone trv the exjieriment next year Kixmiv nf Dooneville rgency of the financial situation as retain- - to the withdrawal of gold from the Treasury render it more ceit that the than probable that another issue of 1oint the third nem- - will be placed uiHin the market the eaaaoaittaa k that 100000000 will ji outline what tie offered this time The rate of inter- Ik dune in this line par ceut It is now tim tin- - nature late for emigres- - to interose legislation worae that would make this step iinneci v til in ami I nisi There is not safBcieat time in which tin - thi new law should it pass could become ii aiai and trims t Operative The end no one seeth We may saielv iitrnle are iortiinate in having a credit that cna win n the clmnls have Boat these bonds when neces IS t wiil lie well sity requires iin comfort in that reflection isnt there UEI SIGHT Lues Uanhoicii Cm la 11111 died at I Mink a in at foadoa England oa the opie in a sjiecia 23d iaat Be will be aaaeaabered by iilay atternoin our readers as the eer who with his I lien policy to wife left the palace of Victoria in a lmfl re ami throws over some fancied or real grieviance oiie it ad- inorning some yeais ago without a word of explanation and threw al his min ami panic brilliant siK ial aid jHiiitical prospects averts the winds He began a life of dissapa Eroatiag the ad- - tion which ended in making him a phy ministn the coun- - sical and nieutal w reck long before his try Am farther unl afeaaaji death The mystery concerning his course n an extra session of of action has never ban explained aud will be immediately may net lie during the forepart of the the lUnk coming centurv inmittee introduced iirency rrv into etfeet the recotnmen- PiKA nwniK has taken the initiative sage whiih I steps towards establishing a graded the finance inmittee school lx t the good work go on me yesterday to consider it We which Nothing improves the tone of Baejatjto the hill and fully imloi e it a greater extent than good schools that we have advinaited There is a great future for Kentucky and ar bath bonls of a jiopu ally for the mountain districts lar tion am the retire- ila churches railroads and telek We feel assured graph lines w ill do the work and place without maheretofore almost inaciessaile localities en rapport with the intellectual moral and business elements of the il the Southern States world Gad ajtead the day ftaapa tune by the forelock Tiik Senate has by a vote of 24 to 22 uient relief aata and Dakota drought endorsed the Administration course that they becotoaiaea in differ- with refetence to the Hawaiian trouble ent ii BJi scheme is and reaffirms the principles of the Mon a company ba organizeil with roe Doctrine This is in accordance with buy large areas of the opinion we have held throughout Land divide it up into small fauns build the whole trouble and now as Caajaaal has endorsed the paley let Hawaiian Difortable homes on each and locate the needv people aa them affairs rest until the Fifty fourth Contin- - means of subsist eoce gress takes a band in them tun and giving them ample Thk Jaauese have now surrounded opisjrtunity hy deferred paymc and wiil continue the make tlie homes their own at cost and a siege until the place is taken The sit on the investment of Chinese declare that lias a ilal He comments on the garrison and supplies sufficient to enatile it to sustain a prolonged attack Thus lncted an enterprise of far in this war the more soldiers in the wit on a scale of sufficient magni hinese armies the greater has been the ould be the 11 blent hetiefatiou of panics and cowardice shown the ae aud at the same time one of the luoat remunerative and profitable than It is claimed that the City Collectors r the employment ol capital The lsiks of Lexington show that as manv jdiibanthropist mmi the charitably dis I persons paid no taxes for the posed could find no object more worth years 1RS8 to xr2 inclusive Farther ieir benevoleuce persons with unestigalion will be made and mav luoney i invest couiu nnu no tietter or prove that the amounts have been paid more promising avenue for its use and but not credited H Baataaaa interests could THEGOVERNMENT TAKES A HAND eater into it with not only a reas AND THt BIG DITCH WILL ansor but with the irits l -Â¬ Â¬ ment yards had not the necessary facilities for work of this class In fact it was claimed by some that there was not sufficient skill and knowledge in the country to construct a modern vessel of warfare This latter however was soon proven to be a mistake and the building of large modern vessels has gone on with such rapidity that now this country takes the third rank among the naval powers of the world It is thought by some that the government ought to construct war ships and in order to demonstrate whether the government can do this work better anil cheaper than private firms two vessels are being built at the Brooklyn Navy Yard These vessels are not completed as vet The Brooklyn yard is the largest in the country and in addition to building these new vessels a great deal of re- Â¬ pair work is constantly going on The war ships as they arrive from cruises are sent to the yard that is most convenient or that is best adapted to the character of the repairs which are needed Any one who is familiar with the character of HON N T HOPKINS WANTS IN- a modern need not be told FORMATION that repairs are frequently necessary These great floating iron bodies are literIts a dandv but the harrowing tale is ally filled w ith machinery most of it of a soon told delicate and complicated character and Twas Sunday night scene the Cen- naturally the everv day wear and tear of tral Hotel office a vessel at sea causes a gixxl deal of The Hon N T Hopkins erstwhile damage liepiiblican candidate for Congress and In order to meet the demands even for now contestant for the seat which our repair work the yards have to be well own Little Joe Kendall is holding down equipped with BMC and machinery The so gracefully wassitmig by the glowing co t of keeping up these places forms a Stove surrounded by a few of the faithful considerable item in the yearly naval Incidentally there happened to be a budget They come under the head of lew DeaMcrats present to give tone to mrj expenses and even if they the assembly were not absolutely necessary thev give And as the conversation waxed warmer employment to so many men and furunder the influence of the after supper nish such a large sum of money for cigar the Hon Hopkins espied the bril local disbursement that any attempt to haut arc light being attracted by the to do away with them would arouse bumming sound the liveliest kind of opposition from the Turning to the genial host Mr 88 people living in their immediate neigh Hays he said T understand well borhood It is probable however that enough that you turn a handle to make the near future will witness the expanthat little light burn over the desk but sion of these great naval centers rather dont you have lo light this big one with than a contraction Now that Uncle a match Sam has entered the lists as one of the An audible smile went round the cir- great naval powers of the world it will cle John Spohn fell off his chair in as lie necessary for him to maintain his tonishment Editor Hamptoti nearly position More ships will be built aud dislocated his jaw in the endeavor to more snips will lie required If it is keep from laughing Jim Bohoa tried to bead that these vessels can be consmoke two nines at the same time structed bv the government as well as Kirby Clinkenbeaid went over to the by private parties the navy yards will mirror and tried to get his necktie in increase in imp irtance shape for the minstrel jierfonnance next The buiiding of these large vessels it week Jik- - Scott went over in the corner is thought will have a strong influence and took a drink -- of water and two or in the devolopment or rather in the re- Â¬ three more of the faithful went out doors vival of the merchant marine For the communing with themselves and won past ijiiarter of a century not only has deiing if there would be enongh snow to shipbuilding lieen practically a lost art bury the honorable gentleman beyond 111 this country but American ships had resurrection ceased to le seen on the ocean It is And this is the kind of man that wants claimed that with American war vessels to represent the glorious old Tenth Dis- in all the prominent ports of the world trict in Congress Daring the recent looking after American interests that campaign he made the remark that if he capital will be draw n more aud more to- Â¬ went to Congress he would he under the wards the ship building industry and in protecting wing of Bpaakar Heed It the carrying trade If this is the result seems that he would require several of the large expenditure by the governpairs of wings to avoid coming in rude ment in new ships and if no other good contact with the world Winchester purose is accomplished it will certainly Democrat be looked upon as a wise investment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ man-of-war Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Covington Commonwealth has the following relative to the maintenance of our pauper counties which is good reading Of the one hundred and twenty counties sixty three are paupers sup ported in their extravagance by their solvent sisters And the solvent sisters are fools ior allowing the tact to be and remain as it is lot only fools but un patnticand unwise fKilish in their own behalf and unpatriotic in their permitting a svsfein to confine which tends almost as greatly as the extravagant appropriations of the Geaera Assembly to bleak the treasury and let the ere li tors of the State whistle for their money or shave their warrants and let the shavers have the profits tor their waiting The taxes collected from the solvent counties are paid out for expaaaai w hich the pauper counties themselves should pay and which if they were COaspeHed to pay would soon disappear for the reason that the Minifies would remove the ranees There would lie fewer pauper idiots fewer order books and re-Â¬ cords fewer witness fees and fewer of the manv otliei means of making the treasurv bleed of the money the solvent counties pay in and which they will keep paying in for the use and Ulietit of the paupers of the State until they rise in sensible writ h and wie the system from the statutes Of course the mountains would kick like rams but the Other eactioaa of Kentucky could make the mountains skip like lambs of the tiiK k and support themselves as they ought to do Meanwhile it is a consoling thought that the biggest part of the pau ler counties return Republicans to the legislature The xlicy of the i O P has ever Ikk ii to tax the many for the benefit of the few Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ shii s to iiavk his built auonraaaa Navy Yards are generally associated in the minds of the public with ship-buildin- g It is supposed that these are the places where ships are constructed and men of war ate fitted out That used to be the case but it is no longer The Navy Yard in this city was changed into an ordinance yard some years ago There are Navy Yards so called at several places throughout the country hut with possibly one exception the ships forming the new navy are not built at these places All the vessels of the modern navv have been built under contract at private yards When the work o building modern warships was begun some ten years ago it was found that the govern- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ repealed Mr Broderick says not a word about diseased American cattle would have been beard from Europe if that differential duty had not been imposed and be added If it is not repealed we shall lose the entire trade of continental Europe and the producers of beef will have to rely solely on their home mar- Â¬ ket That market is already suffering with a ruinous over supply It is a tine object lesson of what protection will do and shows up the beauties of a home market perfectly In the meantime the cattle growers of the west are wondering if this Congress has any intention of legislating in the interests of the people the obstacle to the repeal of the differential duty is the Senate A bill for its repeal has been favorably reported to the House and will be passed but it will require strong pressure from the public to get it through the Senate By a vote of to 7 the Judiciary Com- Â¬ mittee of the House adopted a resolution censuring Judge Kicks of Ohio for his methods of making up his official ac counts w lien he first became judge in- Â¬ stead of the impeachment resolution which the committee had first authorized Theie will be a minority report standing out for impeachment presented to the House by Representative Bailv of Texas Senator Butler of South Carolina is credited with the intention of trying to keep Senator elect Tillman who is to be his successor out of his seat in the Senate and his presentation of a position from Dr Sampson Pope late Democratic candidate for governor of Smth Carolina asking that the Senate investigate charges of fraud which he makes against Tillman and his associates makes it look as though he were properly credited Senator Butler has always been popular with his Democratic colleagues but most of them think he is making a seri- Â¬ ous mistake in supporting the request for a Congressional investigation of a State Election Senators Gorman Smith and Lindsay gave notice to the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee after the votes had prevented the adoption of several amendments they favored that thev would consent to have the railroad jiooiing bill favorably reKrted to the Senate and take their chance of getting their amend ments adopted by vote of the Senate i i ii iccuroiiign me uni nas neen iavoraniv reported to the Senate just as it was passed by the House Senator Shermans anti trust law is no better than some of the other laws with which his name has been connected The Supreme Court this week decided that it did not touch the sugar trust The income tax won easily in its first legal contest Judge Hagner sitting in the equity branch of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia refused to grant an injunction asked for to prevent the collection of the income tax and de cided the tax to be valid An appeal was noted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati MKnCAl new TIUOB EWfMY voaw ii S CISSR TIIK EXACT NImBKK W STAMPS ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE Â¬ - The recent article in the Cincinnati Fnquirer telling about a scheme for collecting a vast natal ill of ea ueled stamps under the guise of charily is now le iiiK investigated by the PoatofBca Injectors According B the supposed scheme letters are sent out to many persons in all parts of the country stilting that a certain medical college otlt rs to treat a poor crippled girl free if she will collect l0nu000 canceled stamps The letter requests the receiver to send ten canceled stamps to tin girl w hose alleged address is given and to make three copies of the letter and and them to three friends with requests for them each to send ten stamps and each to get three friends to send tea stamps and so on until fifty ieorge T series of letters are sent out Turner of Wheeling W Va writes to The Fmquirer that he has t nured out the exact number of car loads of stamps the He says young lady would receive The number of letters received by her would equal the sum of all power for the letter No of 3 from to oO would be retained with ten stamps while the multiples of three do not be are returned gin until the letter No with eu On each letter returned tamps will be a stamp unking a total iif eleven staiiins for each one returned toher The problem then becomes plus to Sum of all porters of from bv II equals number of stamps sub stituting liliCVt7oSillrsslVi- SK plus by II equals VMsHLfo t317M7O00K stamps Assuming that ilihi stamps waicfa oae poaad and 40- MMI poaad to a car we have 1013727 058094779 and a small frattion cur- from Following are the powers of to 50 as cab mated by Mr Turner 1 1 1 1 I SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Has stood the Test of Time your Turkt ill find us at Chicken- - Geese Duck- 1 MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED ilO Lll W Duncans oh drug store Main strci t J Y and Vcrctahlcs west of Hagai stand first Ks dir J W MAY CO City Property FOR SALE I have a Fine New Residence situated on PRICES IN Clothing 50c oa the S CTJT Broadwiy and soine very DESIRABLE LOTS on liinc linerent ill public corners Aso lots suitable lor Livery Stables Mule Sheds Muck fens or Manu or turther ilescr ptioa call oa factories I II TOW FII at Climax Office fiu in uic ucsi nciiinui Mreci anil lit im n Alr linn We Are THE PEOPLE -bat at the Cincinnati Cheap Store Boots 50c on the S at A Felds First Street S - 1 Shoes 5Cc on the Who have knocked into a all the Old Fogy ideas in the hoot and slim- business The 100 jmt cent Profit and Bantering System is a thing t the past and we iioint with pride to our cocked- 3 at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A 87 si 24S Tilt 2187 19683 177147 3 4 5 li 7 8 9 11 Hats 5Gc on the Caps 59c on the S S at Felds First Street S at the Cincinnati Cheap Stcre at A Furnishing Goods 50c on the Gloves 50c on the S Felds First Street Feld s First Street 5904810 53146112 159332- 4- at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A 47sNi 14 144890615 4304872116 12914016317 387420489 h iilf mmi Overcoats go at yonr cvn price at Trade Trnnks at yonr twi price at Cincinnati Cheap Store is 116245146719 348678440120 1146045340321 WEDESERVEIT CO ME For the style of our business in We advertise spiree confidence only as we are prepared to sell Look Look You save money here These are only a part ol our bargains If Ladies Genuine Dongola ton Pat Tip 1 Ladies Genuine Pehhle Lace 90 cents Ladies Glove Grain Button Solid 1 Ladies Btit- - AND SEE ME 344810060922 10314317842723 30942943648124 92848840044323 278486542842926 25063792454961 i WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ask some of Small Pox Several cases of small pox have broken out in Lexington The doctors hope to s4ii744iS7 L7 control the disease LITERARY NOTES Under the title Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc a new historical ro mance will begin in the April number of Harers Magazine and will continue through the remaining nnmliers of the year The name of the author a conspicu ous figure in contemporaneous American literature is for the present w itheld Illustrations from historic material and sketches made amid the scenes of Joans career will be contributed by E Y du Mond Â¬ Â¬ 7519137746448329 22547413209444930 67672249643394731 2430167188451441 32 r r 1051 I55423 33 18471504699666509 34 yon do not believe what I say yonr own - 5441441409899070735 164443542498499121 4634306264909 47463 1479991880672992089 --36 friends who have bonght goods from me and they will tell Goat yon the same all 443097564241847646739 13419926926056928801 3995978077817078640341 10 8q Pat Tip Dmigola THE CINC CHEAP STORE ll97794424S441235040fa 35943802700343747742743 147814481010611432481 -- 44 3436742443431433696 643 IB 971042672909540149542946 2913048018748740348778747 87492040461 8595098d34ttl 48 2i- 176121 68547842 14 k 4t 786428365066735488770449 -- 50 1 Button 150 Pat Tip Spg Heel High Top top all all Ladies Sij Harpers Young People ol Jaiiuary lith contains an illustrated article bv Rev W S Rainsford on New York Boys Work and Plav The same num ber contains also the following attractive 150 Men- - FIRST STREET Boots solid 150 features A storv entitled A Ghostly Whaling Ground Afloat with the Flag by W J Henderson A Simple Electrical Machine by George Ash down The Girl Who Comes to New York to Study Art by Clara B Cahill and the last installment of The Little Red Book by Ellen Douglas Deland Haner A Brothers Publishers New York January 8 UR NOVELTIES IN EVENINli TOILKT Â¬ 79492447485102483 V7l Louisville Post WEATHER Boys Boots high 1 slil slip- Â¬ IS THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS A r- - THK CHANGEFUL Just received a line of knit pers in all colors Display FELD Proprietor L Washington Star see Window Just a little sunshne Just a little rain Ditto ditto ditto Aiul then repeat again ann rLrvruinn r s If von juuijljijuuuu iruuLTLnjiririn n n nn p U you need hardware cutlery neeil harrows plows SHOULD AMERICANS EAT HORK1 WASHINGTON LKTTKR ft rom our regular correspondent they would receive large ot beuefits through the general en Â¬ hancement of values and expansion of fcnsinee eooaejuent upon increased Kor a movement of this ose who might he a S utii under its to 21 n auspice a new impetus to The bill in brief directs the issue of I see in the papers that near Chicago some butchers ate killing horses and making them into sausage beef etc We often read of the poorer classes in Eu rojK eating horseflesh which seems disgusting to our taste in this country capable of producing for millions of inhabitants for centuries to come an abundance of good lieef mutton pork fowls fish and other provisions Even if there is no reason why healthv horseflesh should not Ik- - palatable ex neat 0111 dislike of the idea of eating it is this Chicago hutching justifiable They are not killing good fat horses as they would have to sell it as high as good beefto make a profit Bat they have agents out scouriiiL the country for psir old diseased horses at a dollar or so per head that only the cheapness of which can tempt the craving of the empty stomachs of the underpaid aud unemployed of the cities of this great country which boasts that our prosperi tv is the result of our free and enlightened institution which with the aid of a tine climate and a rich soil should tend to equalize and better house clothe and feed the masses than anywhere else in the world Now because the pangs of hunger have caused explorers in the cold and cheerless Arctic zone to eat human flesh the BOBtB Africans to live on worms and some Parisians to regard horseflesh as a luxury is that any reason w by Americau laboring men should be taught and made to feel that old horseflesh is good enough far them Away witi the degrading principle that it is good business form for corpor- Â¬ ations and individuals to get the proof t be labor of others for as near nothing as possible and bring such un principled dealeis in human labor and unwholesome food U justice by doing away with the demand for unwholesome BE BC1LT food bv solving ways to award workers a just share of the proceeds of their A bill pledging the faitfi of the United labor H nations in one way or States to do the construction ot the another Nicaragua Canal passed the Senate Frilike the Egyptians with their sacred day nigh by a decisive vote of 31 yeas cats and the Hindostans regard for the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Washington D C January 15 ta Secretarv iresham will submit some very interesting documents to Congress in response to the resolution adopted by the House calling for information con- Â¬ cerning the expenses of the Behring Sea commission appointed by President Harrison and the cost to the United States Great Britain and Germany to maintain the government oi Samoa These documeuts will show that mem- Â¬ bers and supporters of the Harrison administration are in no position to criticize the foreign policy of the present or any other administration Senator Jones of Arkansas introduced his financial bill in the Senate this week just as any ordinary bill is introduced although he had hoped that it might have had the endorsement of the finance committee before it was formally brought to the attention of the Senate The bill authorizes the Secretary ot the Treasury to issue in bis discretion bonds at per cent up to 500000000 provides that the tax on national bank currency shall be one fourth of one per cent aid that they may issue currency up to the par value of the bonds deposited by them also for unlimited coinage of silver the government to retain as seigniorage the difference between the market value of the bullion and the face value of the Â¬ Highest Honors Awarded DR Worlds Fair Now that the season of social gatherings balls and theatre parties has fairly bet in every womans interest is once more centered on the appropriate evening toilettes The bodice is a mass of some filmy fabric the ultra fashionable ones irrespective of skirt made of another matei ial being invariably of crepon or embroidered mousline eoie made over a foundation of silk which in color matches the skirt Tosettes of lace usually finish the bodice Jeweled corselets are very popular They have a silk foundation and are frequently set with real gems The crepes afford an opjsirtunity for producing at a moderate price very artistic effects They come in all tints The ribboned crepe is a very dainty novelty Sleeves remain as wonderful as ever in size They are of the same fabric as the skirt As for the latter it is conspicuous for its plainness and its pronounced flare A great variety of models are lo be found in the McDowell Fashion Magazines These unequalled periodicals offer an induce- Â¬ ment in the way of special couion patterns which always follow the latest the most practical styles Both la Mode de Paris and Paris Album of Fashion cost HJU per year llo cents a copy The French Dressmaker is for La Mode it costs only 1V a year or 15 cents a copy If you are unable to procure eithet of these journals from your newsdealer do not take any substitute from him but apply by mail directly to Messrs McDowell Co 4 West 14th Street New York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louisville By Olnver Tobacco Market Ourrell Louisville Tobacco Ware House axes collars harness Remember we have the largest g hains or lanniiii im stork of Hoots and Shoes of anv of anv kiml call oa house in Richmond lini s nail bar iron blacksmith fellrw or 2 - can liters tools siiokes iJtj i TxuTjTjTjxrutjinjxru s z S a uxnjiJuu Sales on our market for he week just closed amount to 4 65S hhls with receipts for the same period 5300 hhds Sales on our market siivre anuarv 1st amount to Sales of the crop of 1891 16291 hhds on our maiket to this date amount to Receipts ard saies have 24135 hhds been again extremely large this week and prices tor new burlev remained about the same as were current last week The following quotations fairly represent our market tor burley tobacco 18114 or damaged Si 50 to 2 Common coiory trash 3 01 lo 3 Medium to good coiory trash 3 75 to 5 Com mon Lugs not coiory 3 00 to 4 Common coiry lug 4 Medm to Good Col Luys j 50 to 7 Common to Med Leaf o to 10 Medium to Good Leaf 10 00 to 13 Good lo Kine Leaf 13 00 to 16 Select Wrappers 16 00 to 20 We are headquarters for Ladies fine Shoes in all the latest styles - The Vulcan 3 Mens tine Shoes in all varieties shapes and prices In addition to this we handle a full line of Underwear Handker Â¬ chiefs Collars and Cuffs Mens Hosiery Suspenders Hats Cups aud a full line of Umbrellas s I Chilled Plow FARLEY BROS the 5VrTirSTP oldes- tanfl r Vffra 4- I a Decdedly The Best li nruuxrixinjuTanj injiruxRriJTJTjxp A full stock of fresh QJrlrJxJxnJxJxLannnxlTLnJu t- crop Trish - alt lime Dk cement see iit at 75 5 50 50 5 ware A- t- ttvruuirjVLn CURES Colic Cramps Cholera Morbus DiarrHooa Flux Nausea Changes of Water Etc Sold LIGHTNING HOT DROPS EratrwHEttss SVV Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Cites of Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good No ea 00 00 00 00 a iuurnjixinruTjinruinnuinnj WALLACERICE E m GREATEST CLEARANCE x R SALE rtlfj rUB Nov tne tune to bey KErORE KNOWN lo THE PEOPLE OF AM SURROUNDING COUNTIES - HEALS a ai Our low prices will enable you to put li r fulu - Mens suit- - u Men Ho SaH worth r 5 Sin 5 BosV Karc Sai a worth riots Overcoats woitli T Men- - Shoe BREAKS UP A COLD kd 50c Put Bottle Ho CREAM BAKING POWDffi MOST PERFECT MADE A Hows Tin We offer one hundred dollars reward for any cae ol Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Chexkv Co Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lart 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all buineso transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Wfst Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waiding Kiknak mar vin HaJV neKB MKUIIIINE 50c sue contains two and one half times as much as a5c bottle CO Relief Pay 500 50 Mens Cap- - 10 cents worth 4 cents aorta o tor 5 Oercoati worth j5 eats 1N 7J for iz co for 74 cent 3 5 Si Chilin r Lades THE IS Minvrl W BLUE GRASS HERD OF rshirU woilh esu eves wort 3 Ctnl tor 200 Ladies lks p Canton Flannel at 4 cents a ard cenu Biown Cotton 5 cents a tard Calico at 3 certs a vard V ntN worth worh cenf pa ro lor S - iC pa PM 15 500 OOC ss Goods c vard woth acting directly upon the blood and raucous Wholesale druggists Toledo Catarrh Cure B taken internally Dr Awirded Gold Medit Mttwfcrter Prices Cream Baking Powder Far Sa Fraacuo J pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free rorn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD surfaces of the system Testiinonia free Price 75c per bottle Sold by ail druggists BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FRniu tup T1 this f breed of hoe in M veral Stat A nLnKl A PP or sale tiom retered stock SATISFACTION GUAR WTFEI Co ireponoence solicited Address mk m lar ikerclnets in I P y mm 1 r- DM tRoi iii j tome mv Sprmmonth nave seen our nrices and get the bargain D0t tor cent worth 10 CroaVs at inur nwn htlv flarkrA ii ZL-TJ-J- - Good Anewiot Fi u JU1- - set Toom or mm mm i JS 7S HiS iven V next R H BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Ky new YORK 8T0RE iTnirair lr iiPm F1 Pi enr Vl faiVn I fTTT 1 1 r THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY - Itfan Meiii t JA rll HlN - you kit 1 W Mav i Vera All aChirajjopompanv i firan the MrKee tacks n brancfaoffsl U liint in this omit t 1 f i them xiuv PERSONAL PAIi s Hue enongh in Drank in lIcRoberta of DaatviUa ilia - u vnurn it unrfnkii le it Hiins tobacco II C lailv i a FWats an lornied partner if in the practice ol iodi I Itiell A Co ha jiartnendiip The Mom Vorie s si net at the old - m tn public into with was of Sadieville Ky It Hale and family several days rliallv vitel in- - id ba preaeaf at the nieetiag of the -- in Conutj tion at the Chape School in it eat an li l -- - f the What Oentrt pie arc in fact wikw in the M E of that winter is lingering in the Up aprina ami ii is only abont the niid tx en cnstomarv for a die of Janaary It lo i storm a now have in I Msv mi pupils rise hours pie at Million and among th bap at tlic builliiiL w - ir heli ty il lian lattv- - in which were during A January tune was lial bj t panic iisiiis bat fortunately the net meted as to make injured None euislied II - Mis M J Frankfort baa been Kj taily r ai riK l a hat the improved at antanraph 1 v- h beta of i pulili v in- r 1 r i1- - ial ry H Hermann will commence build e his lum n at aldmell II g - in Tbe hands wurk extending the traaiway iiitit- rineinelly thns ir- no late ntifal ty 1 the wurk I and night and the one at Sicb of and I Tnrley oa 11 onr and mat - at the i Sunday - hut we fear tin- ite that tie nv mav anl threes a crowd w ii a - trainml h loin We an- - admire their pluck and wish them of the i ljeet ken up in all the not in know iithe ivton this IW - of it I century We aal an payiiient tlier a a pr prop Iiiiis Hood Superintendent of the K eaa afford the joeenai the Antilles it briajsj aa an C division of the - and X Ky was in tow ii yestenlay income whii h makes the cotton pU Messrs Ed Grabs and Kobt Winn DOW their heads ja Itomage Yet after all two if Mt Sterlings most popular young no csoniini jriory - Hie Kentnckv no- - r men sjKnt Sunday in the city man an I whether she tweepa dowiT W H Adams Haperinleadent of ou a en nn v October afternoon the R X v ii By returned Sunday oeatu an laris out of eight from a trip to Omaha and Chic anl blinding lather Knickerbockers Mr and Mrs Ed Rowland of Danvith her radiance or whether she ville Mrs laughter visited their rbnntry taking Eikborn m t tepien White and family Sunday the head Ufar Jntiili Kiiddeil of Irvine and I B in si nj- - calico she wears the of Richmond were regis Htrackeiford ribbon nor Enghsh rose nor tered at the Willard Hotel ouisville ireciaa siatm- nor star of the North las Wedneaday ird of Paradise can make her to Miss Elizabeth Hall who has been vistln iting her cousin Miss Nancy Hall of this be aatagraph has a cock and ball city nr the past two months has returnMseoad banging which ed to her home in bourbon county Miss to have take place in this county Hall is an accomplished yoaag lady and B the llth inst and rep ma le many friends during her slay the point of soaring and Mr and Mrs W K tldliam of Ione toward another landWe ak Ark are jjinsts of relatives at this where all gallows ami Speedwell- - A wedding thai never heard oi ol em w ill s ldlmiw ii occur that of Dr Ira B Now as to the hang- wards Newman of Danville anl Miss -ficm a is the immediate cause of their presence View Misses Stella and Mavme Thompson and i j it back oi Mt Sterling were guests of the i If the per- - up the Misses Crntcher on Main street over graph before the lirand Jury Sunday Mt Sterling may hav m nv at it- - next sitting anl tell what tbej pretty women and many as lair to be know regarding the outrage The boy - the Misses Thompson but she have Iteen arrested and jailed in- never sent oat two more attractive and stead of liaving a rope pi it his vivacious representatives than tic ind choking him into insensibility Frank Russell was elected This kind of the Clay Citv National Bask at n type of ball tiie annual election held January Mb civilization and should be rebuked Mr Russell is a yoang man of tine busi n for Ltainments and hint mi liij Kiml Aller All this important position is a wise one well conntv vaa lb- held the position oi Cashier of the ked to right a 27 pound wildcat in a bank for several years resigning in for a to engage in a private enterprise which lie man was to Bght ban he considered moie lucrative with handed an is of any Marie Decca one day last week had a kind All the money was not nut no quiet little celebration of her birthday and the ii iit was declared off at the Burnet House in which a few of iik liisici ourt In describing her friends participated J A Eiamsev auctioneer report Among the occasion the Enquirer says was Mis- - Marie B Wilson on the market Beat offerings a phun steers weight 1000 lbs talented pupil of the Cincinnati Art I it Scents Lighter ones J toL Academy Without the formality of a ind rooghScents smooth work sitting she painted a three fourth size - SI 40 sketch of the prima donna finishing it bead llrood sows in less than an hour It was very life S and requires but the finit my day and small at- touches to complete it Accompanied by her friend Mr ireenan of the Bar Hard mi the b net House management she presented il Mo the to Mine Decca with the following poem which she had improvised lion e has naie Cubas hapt 1 i 1 Â¬ - 1 1 Â¬ - - a- Â¬ Vice-Preside- - pub- ir sm ih that Wc very- Mi t made ii be nt s may ii land Yen lolM UK ml We c III lb I Mis-e Wilson - a has Ohio her - to that City Dg native of Morrow Judge Wilson of WoKK lOOfl I MKNS - inan la Psartrestfe Animal Stair Craveatiaa af the Voting leas iiiisiian Associations i We an on iustru I ia has to hut til- with a of Louis i men join- - the edit acquaJnta be field ill do D an o an It Theory member- - ot the MetllO- - that lames Ihw im Moig nt up ad cut ieni riaiis and Ue- - nl is j W it among bis lordaa was not ex Journal the man cured la t fall at ntly turned up at I clay morning and evening Hughes of the tWO vel i I - w liiiili in this life fluent speaker and is wholly w i baa no re- - up in the subject While we ha i his dav ms we are greates that w hen be nu lull accord with him but of do not ebject lo his belief and ji c would be B I lic from t live up to his lie tinallv wrote home for convict overed his health n chronicled from lb filks having Cane neighborhood is the return lis- 1 id K of d rM rt and rented cloeiiient Ir The circumstances as your D Cook r a vear indent understands them are Keddick and abnt as follow- - The voung lady started Bt ljiiicatcr hst Tridav to l xiikton to attl a h hurniiijr t jUe shows liller father silpp v in which M E i ivcl the announcement t brother of the Fourteenth Annual State Con Voung Mens Christian Kentucky to be held in rresponded ird her last Lexington Febmary Llst 23nd The principal speakers will ve her money to o to and 24th ii I be married there The be Hon W J Kortben ex Govern a Rev K J McBride D I ol e took place in Ii Mont t in W McGarvey a Prof iiiiuii II Daj IVIiniarv 24 ton Ky Prof W II Harqoess Now hen irded D of Imisvilie Ky Mr E a- - reh pie If the Stacy retary of Indiana Mr L - ont said anim of hi- - winter ieneral Secretary Chi- i Iebruary and Mr Walter C Douglass ieneral finds sunshine solticientlv brigfat that Secretary Philadelphia Mr F s in iition nan am Mr II P Anderson Secre- it that be goes back and of the International Committee that A number of well known York irther period of w inter that business men of the State and offio t on hire Should the the city town college and Railroad Aa- ill aiso take part ill the its forc and no e program n that period hundred deli expected ve however noticed that wbeie from the various Associations of the mild weather prevailed in February and State Pastors and young men inter March cold dis weather was ested in this special work from towns the rule in April and Miv Mav not and institutions ol learning that have no this ground liog day humbog we start itiou will be warmly welcomed as - origin ed to gay progn sponding members The citizens in an observaace by soi mm of this of Lexington will provide entertainment pecniiarity in the westhi for all duly accredited delegates and cor respondiiig members DIED Excursion rates of one fare for the s Mrs W II Vcnable formerly Mrs round trip will lie sold from all stations Carrie Miller of Versailles died at the in Kentnckv and from Cincinnati Dates of sale February 20th to 22nd re-Â¬ r husband in Charleston V turn limit February Itith except from i the Iith iis of heart disease - before her first mar- - Louisville and Cincinnati tickets will be Mis Venable ii rie barlow a daughter sold February -- 1st and 22nd limited to of the late Milton Barlow of this city February 25th For programs credentials and full inHer age was thirty six she leaves two formation regarding the Convention children Her remains were interred in write Henry F Boaevaar m the cemetery at Versailles on ti tarv 4ll W Walnut St Louisville Ky in t We i i l -Â¬ ai Â¬ in law w - boraed alive the i set c Pah-ion rkofan incendiarr and a bound train I btaiaad to iuvestiwte Uie aing tiial was held next day yet know a k daughter of Jack Sewell the hero who saved the the children who were in the near the mouth ot ial louiioerei I Flint on the Kentucky river in this county last summer was burned to death last week The child was playing before en lire and her clothes becau th before help J pained her to Only a short time ago Seweii S ae of his feet while chop- at wnich point ping or Jelliro turned foor-rear-o- ld i Katie the t WFliiUM BELLS became antlv alarmed and Injinij Ivnch- med in a friirhtcned manner Ill tell all about it that there were some white with the burning of the lantitv oi - mg n t Mr lad a- a is Haaad in Keddick- - old and has a mum- ruing at about 7 oclock falling in the small round pellets that caused tingle when struck by It soon ame thicket are ground disappeared under iritv At J oclock p in ceased falling and on uieasur- as found to lie alnxit eieht inches i inn visit e read ot in the papers only two ujion a tl The winter ited our section r sit there as Sathaf Ie eiiilier has been all rn to it nld he lesireil in that line The ident as the men as to ijiiite -- h e has be They II after a different miasmatic germs beauty and health They have treeses heavy rains an class I srrotind b the for 1he agricultuniiist aa har Providence abuudaut vests sill follow during t M -i Â¬ and Miss Maude i were ail ol MSSiiiiigton nW Saturday as per announce- It upon the Id Jag low their asra mawts saade by oort onteaiBeraiioa The of a pareut new hride is a danghter of CoLT K Marshall heads Mt Vernon EegJa Ilojirietoi of the losekain liolel at Ilenrv Wstterson in ai editorial in mgfon the groom is a lucmiiond the bi Kentucky edtto printer il nth pays th L ti IJ4UOIC rvciiiii s line sition in the government printing office women lie has a brother with the Interior Who is Journal of Kut the Kentucky woman Stanford who was once a tlaUssyini now you are plavii cotnpusttor ia the office ot the Climax i lier like The Kentucky I in with the Register in wishing Journey lobe u t them a happy joim unlit seas h the Blnegrass country and a Ill Olden linn s plain giii is the exception an letiiing in tie People overlooked the importance of per s and wcr sat- bluegriss tnat makes blue in the blood niitnenliv beneli rith transient action but now that iingin the limestone water that neraliy known that Syrap ol vitalizes and beautifies all physical life will ernianenily cure habiiual constijia Ixsik at Ihe horses lok at the e will not Hut the woman there isnt a iarm tion Ii actfor a tini honse that cant pro ian who lutuwa - with John 1 Alveisui iii 1 - Ky Jan 10 1806 Cline of Cincinnati cleliv erde one of the mo t inteicatiag lectures OO Romanism in our city I ever heard subject of the address was he Tiie American Pope on the coming conflict a general view of the Anti American principles of the Roman Catholic church in the United States After a few preliminary remark Mr Cline took the subject and stated that there is son etbim radicaiiy in our WTOBg country something which is undermin- free institutions established by our revolutionary fathers this thing is the Komish church lur great cities are nearly all under the control of an ecclesiastical organisation composed almost exclusively of foreign Irish and the serfs of Italy Mr Cline declared he would be false to bis manhood conscience and the free institutions of tlii- country were he not to sound the note ruing that onr pntesliint institu re in deadly peril from the ag gies ions of Jesuitism because as he proved conclusively that the church of pposed to the the constitution to free tie free schools a tree ires-- and sacred li Prof Cline demonstrated from authentic history that Komanism in and brought Ins bearers p to the present to show that Bone is a oiitieal institution nothing more nothing less and as a political institution claims the right to overthrow triiments opposed to her lordly Prof Cline read many in- Utioan Xk uoiAsvuic Irol C C 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ i and at a rurrr Name Very True but it Kills All Psin Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There is No Pavl I s iug their 1 im- - ou r country Willi warning ex it t lay men ne and the brave and church next Sunday Mr Price Witt of Irvine isited 1 W Masters and family at Perkins last week Louis Cnrsinger bought S lions lot from M F Wharton Pri e paid 00 M P Farraa of Cincinnati who has an interest in the Southern I umber Co is here on bnsii lr Klantoii of Kichmond preached here Saturday nigtil last and the following Sunday and Sundsj nigh Miss Emma Joliaaon has returned lie from a visit to friends at Athens and 1 regret to inform your readers that Prof time could not get the see ol a Klkchestcr Fayette county Messrs Nicola and Stone of the Nicola church in Nicholasville Our traveling pleaders sometimes act like those un- ac Stone Lnmhei Co of Cleveland Ohio principled politicians that are a i inse are here on business today in oar country Many charches I Mr Jack Crntchtield of W lliinisburg was informed bad orders on the church saw filer lor the Southern Lumber books torbidding the use of the church contemplates bringing his fai lily here to I for leetwringa saggeel that an order resifle be placed on their church boaks forbidMiss Snsie Dooaherty of Whites Sta-Â¬ ding the practice of usurv aaxmg bretb- - tion who has been visiting her si lcr ren Prof dine lectured at Wades Hall Mrs lames Smith at Hayden returned will deliver two more ledures this week home Thursday Very truly Jasper Howard of Owen county is Saml M Ih m spending a few days with his mother Mr- - John Howe and other relatives EDUCATIONAL here Romantic Frank Bryaon riles on a The Caldwell High School building carriage now in preference to i sleigh will be completed this week and the but its a carriage at the aw mill where school which has lieen saspeaded for he is otlsetter two or three weeks will occupy the new Mi s Sabie Breeding began a school building next Monday here Monday While it was announced that Mr J Harry Hendren wan to begins MadisOCI Ooanty Teachers The school beie next Monday a clash between ation will meet in Richmond Saturday the patrons is imminent Mi s breeding February 9th comes well recommended as an accom Opening Exercises Rev W F Smith plished teacher and one that will do her Welcome Address the President whole duty toward inculcating princi- Â¬ Response J W Van Winkle ples in the minds of the little learners Our Ariel of Poets a study in Shelley that will tend to upbuild socicH A Mrs Bourne upon which true womanhood and manPaper K Lee Davia hood re t While we regret that Mr n Aristocrats Mrs Mary WilliamHendren will he disapointed at the son condition of affairs we hope that he Ileal Home Life Mrs W II Miller iiiij teach somewhere with more pecun Â¬ Dinner iar benefit to himself than wotrfd have Method vs Matter W S iriliith been the case henTeachers and Teaching J e Cobb The FoxtOWll correspondent of the Not less the liHik but more the Pupil fiegister harangues the charitable people J W Waldrop How to secure Punctuality G W of Tates Creek for letting a family of colored children suffer tor want of cloth- Â¬ Stockton Calisthenics in School Miss Kate Cod-Â¬ ing and something to eat if onr christian and charitable friend of Foxtown could ington Exercises begin at in a m in the but survey the held of destitution nearer dispel oi Caldweil High School All home be would cease to write reproach- Â¬ Fool and raitrustees and teachers ol Public Schools ful things of onr people ill the county are cordially invited to be ment wen bestowed upon the p present All who expect to attend will he mentions by our people Whenever a worthy object is brought to their no- notify the Vice President J I liberally We lu k Richmond Ky lie kicked with a borrowed shi it We have shoes oat Tali with TIMES Ol HOLDING KXA NATION- - IS out number so heres to yoa il the shoe For certificate of graduation in Comits wear it mon School before county board of ex aminers Jan list and June L7th IHK sMtbl Fr county certificate before county board The demand for road lorses has been White June 7th and 8th colored June piite brisk here A greater number ml loth White July oth and lith liaving changed band- - than for a like July I2lb and loth White period in a long tune Prices rao August 2nd and 3rd colored Ang tub from 110 to 300 and Hub White Sept Oth and 7th C Ii Chenanh has bought of Thomas colored Sept blth and llth White Curtis a line colt by Emperor Wilkc Nov 1st and 2nd colored Nov 8th and th John Reamer ol Pennsylvan a bought For State certificate before either of John Chenanlt a good road county or State board June 7th and 8th d for Aug 2nd ami 3rd Our voting friends Mat Cohen and K For Mate diploma before suite board June lith and succeeding days Aug -- Mb P Fox Jr have formed a The tirm will handle trotters sadind succeeding days dlers and team horses The enterprise SOTS of these gentleman and their square To obtain a state certificate an appli give to the first at once cant must be at least 21 years old anl dealing should that prominence that e ch possess as inhave had two years experience in teach in and present satisfactory evidence of dividuals Some of the consignors to the Feb unexceptionable moral character He must be examined on all the common roarysaleof Woodward and Sbanklin at Lexington are K P Fox Jr P II school branches See 21 school las the following in addition Higher ar- Neale and C T Fox They will oiler ithmetic Elementary algebra English some good horses Cohen i Fox have in training a tine literature and the Science and Art ol Teaching including the element- - of tour year old mare belonging to Philip Bockbolz of Springfield Mas-- she is Psychology See 133 To obtain a State dipoma an applicant to be taught the van must be at least have J W Bans has had several oners lor taught in this State at least two years his saddle stallion CeiTO and picsent satisfactory evidence of un- Gordo None good enough to induce exceptionable He him to part with the valuable animal moral character must be examined on ail the common A plan is on foot to license Stallions in school branches and the following in adCanada It is churned so many unsound dition The science and art of teaching hones are being need si the stud in the including psychology English literature Dominion that breeding is receiving a physics higher arithmetic algebra serious setback geometry and elementary latin Sec 132 Last year at Indianapolis Richard Cur En Ioitii Tbomsox tis did what probably no other driver J mi H Fi oi a ever did before -- broke two worlds C A lKoNAKI records inside of thirty mill ltes He state lioard of Examiners drove Brookside to the champion pacing record of Ill and in COKUBSiONDKNOE the next heat sent David K to the gelding record of LlOj He will HANOI A have lioth of these horses in his stable Miss Kttie Murphy and Mr Pearson this vear Kentucky Stock Farm of Jessamine were married a few days Mr W I Cecil one ot the wealthiest ago farmers and financiers of Boyle county Will Woolery says Mrs Woolery need- Â¬ and brother to Messas i and t PCecil ed help hence it caiue a few days ago the well known horsemen died at his a bouncing girl home near Danville last week of Brights Incle Kill Carr is about to sell his di ease farm tnele Bill will trade when there A Bowling Green handle- - ol tine is pay in it and he has been ottered a horses went to Philadelphia with a load nice profit of beauties The market was dull and Morrill Logsden and family have re- he couldnt sell i thing Horse buyers turned from their visit to Jessamine didnt seem to know that he was in Morrill looks exceedingly well knows town and in order to advertise hiin eit how to appreciate good advice he lrove out on a fashionable horough Mr K Thomas Little Rock runs both fare ad purjiosely let his horse go at The saw and grist mill to the great onven such a iXip thai he was arrested paid ad If anyone likes to lie was lined S for fast ience of the public be bothered by full sack on account of driving but told the badge he didnt water mill toll he will find Uncle Simp consider the gait he was going fast Why your Honor said he down in Carr at the old stand The shimfessei-leeds-Kishofell Kentnckv we would call that a mere deal The thing worked and tie horse of her jog through and Panola lo man sold everyting he had with him Dr James says about evpopulation Farmers erything is in the well now but the boil- and at a good prices too er and engine but he sticks to that little Home Journal The Louisville Post tells of the pecuschool book motto Try try again i c be May he rind petroleum sufficient to float liar fondness lor music of a longing to Lev Ragoowky ind say- all the worlds shipping This fondness for sacred inusii ol him The cross tie inspector who stated here and swore he saw a cyclone pick one in the pound last night lie was led out chicken and disembowel another in the of the yard bv a newsboy and made his same yard concluded that was not much way to the window to listea to the While listening with evident of a cyclone to the one that struck him music tea negro caught the hor e and when he gave a Panolian the lie He says there is a difference in being in a pot him iu the pound The hotse was re by the older of the Major today thing and merely looking on Kut he is At ah funerals the animal has to be held somewhat of a philosopher and tak to keep him from walking evtn to the erything good naturedlv grave to hear the music WhiU listening standing li any person had been he prances about keeping perfect time three iiundied raids north of Panola on with his feet with tiie music 1 oclock the morning of the 20th inst at vr THIS FASTEST BtlLSS a nt he would have been pnnlnl o a certain telegraph operator standing in Wc priii lot bare headed surveying the - the sgt from twinfcling thermometer the fat ero The music at the one year to twenty held by botli trotters played aliout operators home however telling of the and arrival of a nine pound bov shoot forty seven minutes previ ler to the ii that the K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ i I Â¬ Â¬ i fmir-yearÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-old Â¬ three-year-old Â¬ p Â¬ Â¬ i i with the Roman Catholics II Clay Ionl Robert Hoatagae member of the Queens privy council says the church of Rome is not a body of theo logical belief but an immense society animated in all hearts of the a olid with one ambition moving ever w here and at ail time- - toward one end lablishnient of absolute iHwei lor itself over all men in all lands There is a iixed purpose ftnaong the secret inspirations of Roman policy to pursue by the road of force upon the arrival of anv opportunity the favorite project of re erecting the terrestrial throne o the Popedom even if it eaa olllv be lo erected on Ihe ashes of the city an amid the w hiteuing bones of the people Such is the opinion of one of the greattat ststiimea ol England w Â¬ ai hours of the night babe are doin well v Mis Haeker and Seven- Aie tr 20 ai i iaw ir oltl - Brn Williams of Lexington preaches here next Sun lav Ray K P Paird prearhet at Syloam If I I wenty yenr RS 1 -- Yearling r lA i n FjtirSix- ea J hit R ye r T Eleven Tkirtet K tfELLO I Hiru y Fifteen 1ST 01 IMTMS Granted to Southern inventors this week reported by C A Snow i Co solicitors of American snd foreign patents opposite U S Patent Office Washington D I DO YOU P F Allen Mobile construction of railway car- - II Campbell Baltimore Md machine for making barrels P Davis ami W Bewers Fordyce Ark nut lock F Ilardv Birmingham II Ala mining tool J W Houghton Palmetto la fumigator for plants trees etc l W House Iavi- West Virginia rocker for tannery vats I W B step W lor am n Ki I Hill Ky Mann Baltimore Md means method ol sealing bottle- - W A 1 Sumter S B Mills Loiiisviilc Ky to bacco dipping machine W W New comb bradfordsville Ky coffee pot W I land Ila insect trapstand Peeler I Ky box Schl icher ming machine A L Smith Tryon N t cushion holder K E Van Court and C l Marleria Va-- clamp lor bag Basks J T Welch and D A Drey fas LArgenl Landing l t thill coupling s T William- - Baltimore Md steam boiler mittei I WEAR PANTS If you do you want to come to our great Â¬ PANTS SALE which is now going on IRREPBESSIBLK AT 106 DONT DELAY We have about 75 Pairs of ODD PANTS Springfield Kepiibiican Mo tte 10H years old in the almshouse ol Jack- - n county Mich brags thai mean a woman as God ever put biath in mav be mistaken Mrs - that we are closing out at Ivory 5oap mt Floats Sr rentiy Reduced Prices If you need a pair now is your chance H J STRENG JSavettour 1 BE5T F0K 511IRT5 POCTET Z 4MO C -- C CINTL NEW ADVERTISEMENTS k jH W I SMITH lie Carter Dry Goods ie Kentucky tK6cw Who repieent COAL Jellico Lump per Boshel Jellico Stove it inch uuti 10c per 1 WD KOCK PWC1 GILT EDGE GOOD I BLAOKSMiTHiNGS I am prepared to in in v line anl -- FOR SALE Hu iul Canoel 18c jer Bushel Coke equal to anthracite 550 Tun per Kindling Wood 5c per Bundle all kinds of licit your cue KUGGIES WAGONS HARVESTING and MOWING MACHINES and other machinery repaired neatly Wood work sad and satisfactorily ss THE PLANT en- UOUSfc 8HOK1XG A BPKCIALTT nu Baled Clover or Timothy Haj BAUD STRAW nave engaged the errices of Nick e of the liest White it workssea in IS is sectioa for the vear n guaranteed Give me a trial Shelled OatSa At lowest Corn WM ami aier streets ENGLISH mtt I irst i 4 MOUNTAIN SENTINEL -- is OFFERED FOR SALE market prices Administrators Sale As Adm nistrator of II B Baldwin and W E Baldwin I herebv notifv all per iving claims against the estatts of said decedents or either of them to pre- Â¬ sent them tome properly verified for pa Unleal presented on or before the ment 1st iav of October iScj thev will be bar red WOODSON MASTERS PHOMfTJELIVErlY SPOT CASH Sotul the money with the nlcr r liy the Irivir when he delivers tiie goods Xomircredit Aimiivistrator Who h ive the tiest companies Powell Tories Ann wer 3 2 CHEAP FOR L R BLANTON Telephone 47 Powell Tuxley pay all fire losses Pi V- Fire insurance Lzojz oat for 2z - Office and yard corner Main ami Powell B streets one square from ares a3 well as storms 3 2 Turley CASH Â¬ MOLES FOR SALE ork vear old for sac Atrong tlieni st veial pairs of matched mules We mules o 3 Flro3 liie dcati BkA taxes iave been ia tas world since its creation It is irst class in its appointPowell Tnrley ments ami will be sold at a lor Kent House and four seres oUandoa Waal 3- Main street A hae good T S I I 34 35 ROSS Kirksvcle K CURTIS master Dont neglect vour insurance Powell Turle 3 j Pire is a sood servant bnt a ead BARGAIN reason lor selling is that my time is wholly taken up oa the Climnx My Powell Ss Xnrl6y iul 3 2 River Farm For Sale offer for sale privately in farm COM xcres of land over tainin 201 A whicli i bottom farm ia titasand vei v pi ted on the K ntckv liver si the mouth ol Drowning Cerk snd has a coot house ah weaiher i tiarn ard voung orchard arid is vcil wa tercd sbui hive 150 to oo hai corn omc uuik mules work cattle and a rice it the the farm on liberal erm- n or address me at the Climax office Richmond Kv I 1 Tiik Central Methodist orln the thc exch matt tin- rsiiii of tt rrit itli i he Chin w an us on aii n to the cliurcliis in y where it circulates The 3 F Rock R0BT THOMSON Breeder and Dealer in wide awake m ton li with cunent atlairs to old inir i iffered iAREI 510 d attract 1IIMAI A RA THOS THORPE Powell BELGIAN -- MARE AM N Are you insured Turliy 3 J 8s uim AH fire losses paid by Powell Xurlcy have 0 sleep over yjur Insurance TurRy sl Office 27 4 A Sen for Cfact Poweli alaze will start Pswell nfeuran 4 Tsrley Powell worthy Dr Worlds Fair Hihesl fltsdsl ruxley prompt and trust Â¬ f What Prices Cream Baking is A MORNING HYMN Da- - Was his life a fa Nay A Paraphrase from Bishop JUdnwM 1 H 1 make for the nearest port in Australia but I set my face against that because ever That ord Glory to The all sory Lord to Thee it would have involved great expense Ai ier to the owners Besides as I argued On ta- - it aalf so at a9 with them if I could navigate the weary miad and body rut arid peace wrote down lor men ship to the nearest port in Australia I O grant rood Lord the Etc day in Thy fear And tli sinpfr Moses could navigate her to Melbourne uore near was the hlessirjj of t believe they didnt work with you wing Usance man an irvws ga just as heartily as they might have eea of health and peace and innocence so as done much from It so OpIfoaea gaiaed d that ramping near my aide As I have said the deaths on board e Influence of IuarU and and the position we were left in made me to such works and a he Mt it on that land on the men see things very blackly It ad manifest Thy p h who en- - was from that fact that any difficulties n his le had no such r amiss I wrought tend into it I had with them arose not from a de- Â¬ md he Whn sire Im certain to cause difficulties one houra may all be done aa - n of God in tlie fullness of t Anybody who knows what sailors are en now and in the last great transfigured on a mount of will easily understand their fidgetiness O erant rood Lord be this Thr jn- rmoints in that holy land it was HOODS and the troubles they made as a result not Caleb or Jo hua who stood with of it If I bad been in the focsle and Hint there and the joy of Moses was seen a lad taking the bearings day uera need which souls Immortal all the greater beewhW of what after day on the uartcr deck and had ha been to hint the unattained in his I known that he was the only frail Lord if aucht of lovely hue earthly lifetime And thus it is in the guide on the trackless sea why I and true lives of many through the blessing of think I Bright myself have leen a trifle the unattained ull to Thee uneasy All the men could have done A mother who has tired in loving1 would have la en to take a given diream pood Lord so near lifts narrow hope of a useful life for the son whim ctionthe direction of the Australian foi ice finds continent and liear up for it Either in death my life be she was trainiiir herself shut off from all this hope by that or have trusted to being picked nd void Iof s the son s sudden taking away before up by a passing ship In the first blame enterinir on his ativ career Al they must run her aground on the fond anticipations of the joy that her first land they touched It might have ood Lord since men must die con on earth would irive to BHJT la en a barren coast hundreds of miles eood sons work and stand and to others are gnmC forever Her from civilization Whatever happened and oniy blessing now in that sons life to them she must have been lost As -- J L C mi at mi N Y Independent of the ill here ng picked up by another ship Yet that blessing may THE CLASS THAT WINS well the comment on that is that we her every didnt sec one on the whole voyage r ring Vol the Houhtful Are the lie The Imlilli Naturally only those on board the su ssful One r son in Christs sen to many Trafalgar could really recognize all rs one of anil for herself continually that was meant in your skippcrship a late numlKT ever have Urn what she is in that Ue bad a good bit of rough weather r mi what is his service hut f r her lov when we got into Australian latitudes littler ing thai which had sails blown away and so on but are your nnatti her an ever pi eol to MellMiurne all right in time for lirisidea Christina on Deeeamberl7 Immediatety task A i worthy lover who had ly they got foot on shore the men forgot to looked forward through years of strng all their troubles and couldnt say too houi ii proanise in kind things to me as indeed it has I houi and life wit h la en also with other people since a h M t as worthy of him the The whole affair was no doubt ay and shade and of wax may lie strange and may never occur ayain a man belosa k at that to t called Perhaps It shows land from a mound of fresh earth this anyhow in my experience was not without its risks bat if I had are forth for set to doabting aboat tin result we evermore the unattained land to him might not have got through as we did nay hare bat his t London Letter you know f the unal POULTRV NOTES w thirty of that fell Note on h selcctitn of Winter Layers to Us which he c tild and on Oilier llve Totc lias never ha into Defects increase with atre and it is rhe world deepest its of to as isssamy-om-thinkers ten have meinla rsdispose flock all objectionable of tlie early in the sea n lntlu- sjxk Do not kee kh chickens that jvxir to day High at I worthy object appear stunted they always degrade Vnthe appearance of a look and when aro no vir bat a fowl has beer ttanted it is not nr ora a richer may make erof a ey ng to us than ever the attain d fit for breeding purposes and it- fact Disease or the pow- iked is not worth the keeping not in a tendency to disease is hereditary us Discard al hens that show a tenThat our rain of that tow aid which we dency to lay on fat ami retair those nut a aspired and strove To that under prop--- feeding will convert vith the for e mains to us even when th- hope if at th- - food into egg instead of fat If arable or tainment oxl may in of the the and sttiat it s better for us never to part instead flock Convertprofitfood into of eggs the the lay enter the land we rightly longed to fal ers migh eatea up by the mountaii us that in bat er tell No fowl should be retained with ns Dot to drones priml have Llnjrs for that dies not in some manner add to who Tl of the tinat- - the profit of the Bock and Much care should bt observed in se from the than ll lecting layers for breeding pur ve ies S 6 ii and every year and ir a short time the enlal in Times tire fiocn -- rill consist of nothing but FOOD FOP THOUGHT layers A good layer his a small head a ms tolas Beta lilts of k and back and a we man- 1 Mill holy The eyes are bright revival means a recovery of lost and the eoml and wattles arc of a br lit re she isenergetic and active every sound o motion with is not ti life spring hut layer usu lh lays eggs that for a servant will will hatch well The verj fact that she is a good ha iat she is Lding en until in a healthy condition the consequence n want thai the greater number of the i h t beeaaas will be fertile and the chicks t ht ir j and vigorous A hen is a profit until she is thr e The IxkIv of death M ated who has gone to lire in a years old after that the number of annually decreases and she n i not be kept longer unless she njrht positive step toward liack squarely upon the is a world beater and perfectly healthy The hens that moult early should be rinjr VVi1 and in his heart retained in preference to those that in which the i Know just what it means moult late They will come into profit its silver is - i early in winter when eggs are at a good price A HERO AT EIGHTEEN c into Hens that hatch and raise a brood make good winter layers The rest Kin I anions Hoy Captain Tell How the iret by incubation fits mem for Saved a Ship have glvei us better work when they start again em- St ash an i Home r many a day than that of t itain and the Clyde sail PRESERVING EGGS nia would ing ship Trafalgar t is a story that VI hal Must tie Door to Insure Success aod have been written by liolvrt a I air Irollt ii or Clark sTniisrllf by When preserving eggs use only strictboth together md in packing the eggs It hardly n that the boy ly fr i hy the - we have got to call him is should not touch each other as one will spoil the whole Egjrs Mr William Sbotten the son of a bad er lotteii and a collected at neighbors or at stores will not answer as ivi u the most obliging er of a Suuderland family raiaw Among the lanes of tiloucestershire ibor may unintentionally impose egg on Lggs h ns whea Siittn now has a stale company you cocks from keep Ni iw with will his home I had a dial with the boy not in f ui in one line afternoon recently upon He is a modest charming 9 lad of B wan should re love yet rape ban at a pinch I should think uf holding his own in the most w ho difficult circumsUiie me hack to the old coun- Â¬ try I have la en msrfasg a holiday he hieh anitold me but I shall oe off to sea again ht of i 1 - take the Trafalgar to Melbourne and told the men so They wanted to 1 HABITS OF HORSES Borne Queer Tales Heard by a Reporter In a Street Car Barn A MISCHIEVOUS BEAR From early childwas hood until grown mv fimiy spent a to Tune trvine to cure me of this disease visited Hot Springs and was treated bv the best medical men but was ror When all benefited things had failed I determined to trv S S S and in ne tour months was entirely cured terrible Eczema was gone not a sign of it left my general health built ur and I have never had any return of the disease f II II fl tfl II I have since I Â¬ lt 1 1 Â¬ - Â¬ 1 -- i i I - lx--- t Â¬ Â¬ i 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 l- 111- boys that you can teach an intelligent colt or horse to do almost anything by patiently making him go through the performance many Hens little girl about eight years times day after day That is the way the circus trick horses and ponies are old took a fancy to the young orphan Hilly looked taught After a colt is once trained to and called him Hilly i perform a variety of tricks he becomes like a big Newfoundland pup black and shaggy but with a tail conspicuCircus shows will buy very valuable such horses at big prices A few years ous by lading hardly a tail at all as Heu said lie was as playful as a young ago a boy in western Pennsylvania n trained a colt to perform as he had dog or kitten and used to romp on the seen horses perform in shows and floor with the children hugging them tiUIiillHliUiU when the next circus came around the and pretending to bite them S S S to a number of friends for skin tU eases ana naf never vet Known a laiureiu Hut the good woman of the house proprietor gave him JM for the aniGEO W IRWIN Irwin Pa cure mal The New York Times gives an viewed the little fellow with suspicion Nerer falls to cur ptcii ttfltir mil stlit named and was not easily persuaded that all int of a street car horse i reineaies nnve uur It were not equally dangerous I Treat- on Illooland Charley on th- Central Cross town bears Kkin liiaOftawe Totalled road in that city Hill Smead had was plain from the first that even a any address free to So driveu Charley for a long time but baby cub was hardly welcome ia SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Hill was discharged one day and a new driver took charge of the horse The account says All went well until the corner of Broadway and Seventeenth street had been reached Then Charley stopped turned alout faced the driver elevated his upper lip and opened his jaws The man dropped the lines in horror Reinforced by the conductor he tried to pet Charley to tend to business but the la ast was olalurate and had to be taken to the barn the incident causing The some little bW kade of travel next day the horse went out under fresh guidance and at the same place You repeated Ua previous antics fellers dunno how to drive a boss means so much more than thats all remarked Hill who put in his leisure loafing near the barns Prr Mi irranrino Cr rinii nnn j VY4 liliur iiiv If you can make him go you can --Mat-al liicMCpc rQiilf from your place back responded an have BILLY llKLTtl IlIMSKLF official who overheard the criticism trifling ailments neglected Hitch him up said Hill and Ill liilly was provided with a small leather Dont play with Natures grew eoliur that could be let out as he do the trip on schedule time you bet and a small chain which however While waiting for the car to come greatest gift health out Hill went into a neighboring gro- Â¬ was never used lie was fed at tirst on If ynu are feeling 1 he milk and afterward on bread and out or sorts wak cery for a moment Returning and generally exbuckwheat pancakes Indeed he was took the lines and the outfit went gayly hausted nerve us eoiilined to a strictly vegetable diet on the cross town trip one of the pasha c no apie Ue savage naand cant work sengers la ing a company detsitive who beeaaae they thought his htMti tt nnrel ik ture mijrht be developed by eattng was curious to see how Hill would do it it the must re ta- - J meat ne fureiisjineniii As usual at Broadway and Seven I men ir tie w men is Ihllv throve and wain needed a bigger I teenth streets Charley whirled aliout Brown s Iron fcit ters A few botand lauyhed with equine joy in the colar It was never thought necessary tles cure ben fit to keep him hained up lecause he face of his old comrade rr uncs from the They didnt treat you right did was so gentle He had therefore the very finM t ji ycur Hut its all run of not only their own farmyard they Charley said Hill test It a ii H n but those of their neighbor as well O K now plcisiiit ta take i And thereat he pulled from his He was lant upon every sort of mispocket two lumps of sugar These the chief but it was not until lonfj afterhorse eagerly seized and turning in wards that he lafrnn the series of depDyspepsia Kidney and Livr his traces resumed the pull toward the redations that led to his untimely end In the It developed that for Summer i ame and paated North river Neuralgia Troubles over eighteen months the animal had autumn when Ken dup his potatoes Constipation Bad Blood lhlly followed behind watching what ln en fed with sugar by his driver Nervous ailments Malaria was going on and it is said as the whenever they reached the spot indiWomens complaints picked the potatoes up Hilly children cated on tht west bound trips Get onlv the cciiuine it has crossed rid Another horse an iron gray makes himself learned to look for them and All oihers are sub- lines on the wrapper n recijt of two 2c hliiups ve j three regular tri is without protest and paw them out of the soil He this as it stilutes will send set ot Ten Beautiful World a 4 cheerfully pulls the biggest sort of may every bear vises its paws with Fair View mm book free and Hilly was a loads Hut he absolutely refuses to do great cleverness CI DAliral Ql THIADC Bari Crti DnuMH f ntiVnLi VV nflwnt nil clever bear He has la en whipped any more When the days grew colder at the coaxed urged petted and sworn at but without avail So much work for so approach of winter he commenced to much hay and oats and water is his dig a hole nnder the side of the barn motto He is v firm In his resistance and sain he had a great cavity under Into this the floor of the cow stable to w hat he thinks the tyranny of capital over lalsir that the boys at the den he la gan to carry al sorts of stuff and Hen thought Hilly was getting stable call him lompers ready for winter in his natural way AN AUTOMATIC DIVER One day when bread was la ing How Hoys and Ir l Can Conduct an In- Â¬ baked Hilly hung about the kitchen with a make lalieve indifferent air teresting Kxperlinent After the bread was carefully laid Here is an interesting experiment w hieh is well worth a trial Take a away under a white cloth upon the glass jar full of water drop into it a pantry shelf Hilly waited until the In an small cardlard box similar to that mistress back was turned shown in our illustration No The instant the cub made for the pantry section of the box there shown is of There was a shuflle and rattle of claws The bear course very much enlarged in propor- Â¬ followed by a scream tion to the jar given in the beeond fig- quick The laars got the bread cried ure The laittoin of the box is provided the wife in distress as she turned in with a numla r of small holes and into lim- to see the rascal running out of the center of the cover a hole should dairs with several line loaves in his also la bored in which should lie arms Hen as it happened was close by placed a valve made on the inside of a He sprang to cardboard disc and on the outside of a and heard the hubbub wide cork the two K ing joined the diair of the house just in time to Hilly reared through the hole by a hairpin or a intercept master Hilly needle the space between the two on his bind legs and as Bea caught him by the back of the neck discs being alxmt the width of a finger savagely and struck back at The Ik should laj ballasted by means Hen with one free paw but never quit of a few nails dropped to the bostons Then take a small bottle half tilled ing his hold of the bread naally after getting a good shaking with the powder used in making soda water and stopped with a cork having and a culling aliout the ears Hilly a hole in the center which should be broke away carrying off the middle He disappeared into Arc you pang to do with yonr placed inside When this is done the loaf of the three Tlie public schools havf boy bos is ready for use in connection with his den where he ate it at leisure tne glass jar Place the box in the closed ami your boy will be Mle THEY SHOOK HANDS water and it wiU at once sink to the I lie year unless you seiul him a all a Story Did you know i Clever Cob But Ue Stole Bread and Plea Tappan Adney in St Nicholas tells the story of a bear cub captured by a backwoodsman named Hen Lawson and saved as a pet for his children Ha Was ECZEMA Wt 17 1 PDOImt wl 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN 1 r iiimm PARIS rrnw P M I M fl 1 Â¬ lin 1 wmmnmssmmmmmmmmwwmmmmmwmmwBfsaamai linill v II SOLID VESTIDULEO TRAIKS nfVi ul U I ttj zpib jj 5 J iJi leuusi trui tJ - 7 05 Lv Winchester Ar Gen i rkd QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE zz J I 6 00 lERCAII Â¬ BEST ConilenMcl PATENTS Cavit- - ami Trade taarka ohtiire an al patrnt busint- comfoctew fo Modrr - r I N I B R R News Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Depart ment Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials F veri l in the imineitate Mi ottio- ol the I tent Owfee ami m a riitie for securinn pitt nU are un tr pho el Senl model saeC lrainaor pa lograph with de ription swad stale rnl aa to advantages clairav d - inide tor an opinion a to No charu patent bilitr and raj lee lor proaecuim the application will not be called lor until he patent M allowed Inventors GirdA pamphlet entitled turnished containing full information ate e- - vtciiit imc Table No 22 In b tea Nov CAST BOUND 18 194 2N I v- 1ST CLASS - rx Sun a Valley M M - View ml nee Adii r 11 m 8 55 10 12 o 55 20 ti 12 4a 2D Fr s Â¬ Â¬ Browns Trri oxi F tieet Mention tlitOST IN QUANTITY mis II HoOGN I VI Wahiagtoo C I t l 2 17 3 M iin EE FOUND or Â¬ i swWILL lL- - BEST IN QUALIT Â¬ Diners i f the WEEKLY Courier Journal tea page 6glit oInnin DemocrAtic siier Henry Wntteraoti is the Editor PRICE- 00 A YEAR i The WTeklv unir loin very lib ral terms t A 1 l WEITSS CPSSM I1 Ln Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Cures vHas cr- - EVERY A Â¬ Copies I llie netii iliiiient Write to ter iin tree I ti any nl Keitu Ioniiiiiii ri -- - LJ UOURIEB JOURNAL Loniaville OMlwNY ky Detective 44 Arcade Cin - w the L0L3E SirECTOET MA Â¬ uNk meets second free Co CEIITBCRT The mel Iureui inve L 111 CEITIiH Bl- - S and fourth iWadaya ia each month P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith Secretary Richmond Roval Arch Chapter No tf I meets third Tacaaaj in each month P Armer 11 P J Speed Smith SecV Richmond Lodge No led 27- BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route Irom Ccitta Kentucky to All Points North Ha and South west ular meeting 1 Â¬ Reg- Â¬ Richmond Commanderv No i the firs Tneadav in each Yisitin- - Sir Knijfhts me cordialmonth S P Death ly invited lo aitenl I E J Speed Smith Recorder Madi on LodfC No 1S3 at Kirk viie meets Saturday even tin before the full W Moore W moon in evcrv month Â¬ LIPPIiGOTTS MAGAZINE 1895 ir ot M R V Kingston Lodge No l at Kingston Saturday evening before tlie lul moon in every month T C Witt W Mi A R Tod Secretary- Uacn Lodge at Waco mees fourth Saturday month John F White W Vhitock Secretary LIPPISCOTTS S WHAT Frenchman Who Tliouch Soliller Was Mill a Man A story baa lately been told by an old soldier of the Kronen array as a In one souvenir of the Crimean war of Hamilton Lodse No 578 at lohn I Union City mtets second Saturday in every month ohn l Hamilton W M lohn L Griggs Secretary Daaiel Boone Lodge No 14 at Boone borough meets third Saturday in every mouth Wn Bennett V It S Oldham Secretary Berea Lodge No 6i7T i A M John Johnson W M o o F Madison Lodge No 14 meets every Mondav at their hall on Main street L J Krazee E R Shrewsbury N 1 Ii I inerr M Turuin Secretary A In e Complete Novel in addition Through frain service between Cincin nati M ddlesborough Ky and Knoxviie Tenn and Points on N R R L KVert JaaV 1st NO ih to th- - uaua SekeDe li IOCTH BOUND 1S94 ttea eawava mbined make i one ot tlie -- it Â¬ In stra We avoid the objection tield b omanv readers to a coi tinued story During the couimg vear aovel may ve expected Irom not 1 Kxi reaa 8 1 Dally No 5 Daily No a Accom fclx Dally Suu Caim King Ami lif Rites Miss Twain Gkrtkue Atiikrton Mrs oviiigton e KainouTh Lve rviithiHiia rr Piiilv A rr Lfingt v t t lliClliliHll am 755 Pm 325 pm 40 12 1043 a m niS a ml 1015 p a tc a a pm P m 615 Stkkxit Mas I Â¬ HOW IT IS DONK sjr EEp DamCS loll ILKMVO a ier- - lack f itseou- EO s uon creed r it a duty to props ns of saved - their hearts a love raining them to if need be to inartyr- all those present iment presented one did the Christian rain e it victorious fallen defeated It heart which enables ail things Love ability hot to am j re- nations g Â¬ 11 three times as long as will those from hens mated with cocks Hence after hatching is over remove the males as THE UOY CA1 TA1N He mijrht luive added that by and by he now carries his certificate as a junior officer and the fates look as if Chi- they mean to make him a full blown skipper la fore he gets a K ard You might tell me so I may ask one STRUGGLE FOP ATTAINMENT or two question on them the main Itles iuc of tlie I nattainrd May lla facts of your skippership of the TrafalSB All Thai We Wis gar rs Uriefly they are these We were u a struggle forat sailing from lkttavia for Mellioiirne in Uiout the hop- of ballast Capt Ldward died of lava lever while we were lying in Ilatavia lid be We left two men ill in hospital and two the had i we sailed with a crew some high all told of twenty three hands Mr line f rts who had been first mate was now iti command we had got a new a seaman Brat mate Mr Norwood from the focsle had becmamvde second mate uid I was ranked third mate And so you put out on V tolr 29 at- last I think for Melbourne r sat- Ye the fever with us Im the effort made for sorry to say I had been ill of it mying If it the self and suffered a two hours attack my until we reached Mel the in laurne Kut I was spared although t hough nnatt while the were on really mg in the life of him dont tli ink attacks have cared how it I should vond all other went w ith ine Well first an able seaÂ¬ areer Mr Kolxrts and the - man md promcarpenter then Mr Norwood and then solating a the cook ng was and sadly demoralizedbusiness it and in i the crew and in especially as they were left with my Ma La an apprentice just out of his tame sammwcas e up a boy as the only one on board who priv the could i n an Baa didnt the prospect appear a it he treaaendous looking one I the Keally I cant say that I ever sion Years passed thought of that perhaps because I had perhaps becaose wnile Mr udurs lying ill I the when ti ii see th with whom I l Â¬ I Â¬ i 1 the heus will lay fully as well without them Keep the egys as near GO de Â¬ grees as possible but 70 degrees is not too high Keep them in a cool place in summer and do not let them freeze in winter Ue sure and turn the at least twice a week or the yolks will adhere to the shell no matter how they may be preserved This maj- - be done by putting the eggs in a box and turning the b or by placing the eggs on a rack or turning tray The cut shown above and taken from Poultry Keeper is the host method for turning eggs No 1 is the tray ready for the wgga No J is a V shaped wood trough as long as the tray is wide ri lnch square and planed down to the V shape No is a roller inch in diameter window cur4 or tain rollers may be used and as long as the Y shaped sticks Lse stout wire at the back end cut it off about an inch long and drive it into the center of the roller Use w BOmM wide and 14 inch thick for pulleys in front Uiing screws and over wire brads such as the sere v the mannfneiurers of blinds use traij ituii them out and then bend ing them so M to fit the screw and go into the cut in the screw so it will not turn in the pulley Set the pulleys J inches a part from center Fif teen rollers may be put in one tray and eight egs oa one roll or Take hold of the middle roller with thnmb and p and bottom of the roller and every eg wdl turn It must be made to turn easily T Â¬ -Â¬ bottom of the jar on account of the water entering through the small holes in the laittom Hut when the water penetrates into the laittle within the box and mixes with the powder it prodaces a great quantity of carbonic acid gas which expels the water through the box and allows the latter to rise to the top of the jar the gas inside keeping the inner disc of the valve When how Â¬ full against the interior ever the cork outside rises to the top of the water it releases the valve and the gas escapes The box is now in its tirst condition and the water being enabled to enter by the holes at the laittom ngain fills the box and sinks it until the gas is once more formed when it rises anew to the surface This rise and flow will continue for some time This curious experiment may lie performed on a larger scale in a water tank of a bath the box of N course la ing made in proportion Y Recorder Â¬ of the attacks of the French left upon the BamaiaM in the neighborhood of Sevastopol the retreat was sounded on both sides and the Kiissians retired to their fortress the Preach to their On the way a Irencli ser trenches peant of the line encountered ajone a Russian sergeant also alone The two men were face to face and enemies Their runs were empty Simultaneously they took cartridges from their pouches and becan to load methodically like well drilled soldiers but as swiftly as possible The tfuns like all others in that campaign were muzzle loaders The cartridges were forced to place with a ramrod Simultaneous- Â¬ ly the two ramrods entered the guns and simultaneously they were withdrawn but the Russian accustomed by inflexible discipline to do everv thiaa in a set way put back his ramrod in its place alon the barrel while the Frenchman threw his away with the movement thai withdrew it This gave him the needed moments advantage over his antagonist lapping his frunstooU to his shoulder he had the Uussians life in his hands The Russian stopped still awaiting the shot that should lie his death Then the French sergeant dropped his gun from his shoulder and put out his right hand The Russian grasped it and the two soldiers shook hands without a word Harpers Yoaaa People Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ion mim We are ready for him We have good teachers and plenty of room lor your boys and iritis loo Sup NOW is pose you send them on We have elaflsee to si it the time any boy of any age Send lor our catalogue and see If you want to know the character ol our work We are too mod a k our puirons Hut the est to tell in this -- d besl way to test tie merit of our school is to come and pee Tuition in preparatory department is en y f2 and 3 per month Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets everv firn and third Thursday in Odd Fellows Y J Hall on Main street Richmond L J rraee Scribe Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No meets second Thuraday in each month 5 C R Tudor Capat Odd Fellows Hall tain L J Frazee Clerk Lipscomb C KNKUITS OF HONOR Alkxander rr Wtrwheattr- chettr f itinlHi fit llOlll f lprea iv Inuton I Itri 1310 a n 1235 125 pm pi 1025 I 1055 Pm 65 Pm 1055 am 710 p m n 300 p Hi m 1207 a m And other well known writers Price 3 Single copy ij cents ier vear Seno five i cent stamps In specimen copy Â¬ e Uaadoa LiTlaai 310 pm 4 45 P 445 P Iorbut Barbrrlltve 1llltvllle Lve 1T inrllll M m 317 I m 125 2 m 310am - a Ie Lv 310 a m 35- l- LIPITNCOTTS MAGAZINE IlllLADELlIIIA Pa Iuind vMp Arr Kmvllly rr Lv Ki liinoiul rr Kowlmd rr e nmM Uaa ltUeln 800 a m 550 p m 150 p m 520 p m 505 a 525 a f H meets 515 K every Fridav evening in the Odd Fellows Amitr Lodge No 7 FREE iOIXAtif SlIaYEB or Lve Corblu Lve Wllliamai 45pm 300 a m 358 a m hall at E W Our Normal Dnpartmrt An Ese Producln Mesa The W Agriculturist says Take a piece of liver rouh lean meat or any cheap portions from the but and boil it to pieces cr to a troth Add ic ut salt to season and c turnip o also mayb aded While boilin r a Id sufficient of a mix- Â¬ ture of equal parts of middlings an the mess to a ie thicker the better Whe t at night giving the hens all they wll cat A largo pol full will keep for several days during coll It is an excellent pro lueiirr atM au l it would do for in zll seasons of tho year 1 Had the - he ssmv unatUoieU - hadr j but frankly I er about Wing able to t Mrs DeVdrop This elderberry wine is some of my own make parson Do iaiiic him Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award you Parson Tester Hastings wm itwM a ic-- it nnsii I There is no Jtrtgn 1 young man evened up a loss ore day last week through the first bit of bluff he had ever tried in his life Ue hailed from New England and ignorant of New York railroads was making a trip to Maiuaroneck on the New York New England and Hartford line Promised by the conductor that he should be warned when Hearing the station he realized nothing until he had reached Stamford when the for- Â¬ getful ofiicial turned up to inform him regretfully that he was a dozen miles beyond his destination And shall I have to pay my fare hack he inquired IVint exactly see how you could get back any other way was the re- Â¬ ply With a sense of unjust treatment the young man purchased a ticket and rode back in the next train He made the same trip again two days later This time he knew just where his station was but falling inttV a sound sleep he let himself be carried past it until by a strange coincidence he found himself again at Stamford With an air of injured independence he boarded the next train back See here conductor addressing that functionary Ive been carried through the stupidity of another of your blooming conductors twelve miles out of my way and if you suppose Im goinjj to pay you for taking me back agaia youre pretty far out You may call for any fare you please 1 will not pay it Theres a lot more than that due me for my inconvenience All right sir answered the con- Â¬ ductor meekly completely overawed by the apparent depth of resentment confronting him Im even with that company mur mured the provincial youth blandly wuen ne stenotic off the train tne erst pms orougnt to ere made in Spam They angiaua washed v quarter of a pound aad wsl a litu otw ouc dollar Â¬ EVEN WITH THE COMPANY Bluff from a New EnfUuider That Rob Â¬ bed ont an Old Score The game of bluff in honest hand Is seldom a winning one yet an honest j with enthusiastic classes In this department we review the studies in the common school branches and prepare each pupil for examination K ich ve r examinations are becoming more and more rigid and the only wax Opp Patent Office Washington 0 C lo keep up is to review review To tVwVJf jour t be done review and that can be the enti- You in some good normal sch been Another Trllow Jarket- The Yellow Jacket of which LI need not leave Madison county to Hung Chang was recently deprived is rind such a school and you sboul v The c ntinoe to ex the symbol of Chinese royal and impehelp build up a school furnishing pose this ur crime until rial favor as well as of the highest these opportunities The special power It is a mnch coveted and feature in this department is our ce are clone therefore little worn garment The by the full restoration of silver to its first Marquis Tseng Kow fan rose so lectures on henry and practice ol old companionship with gold high in his opinion of theeraperir of teaching and the modern method We his day that his majesty drew off hi ol school government ritese will need the assistance of the people in own coat and placed it upon the be discussed by all and will bo ainating the truth to which end worthy subjects back To show his a teachers insii ve invite all in your selection of paappreeiation of the gift and the man- - quite beneficial ner of it the marquis who lived for lute for five months at a small pers for the coming season to include maiy years never allowed it to be re- - cost the Enquirer that costs only Jico a moved from his back Years later It 10 per term ol ten Tuition year Issued twice a week presented a local coating of its oiii weeks Board i To per week grease and indescribable filth It Liberal commissions and cash re2 from Monday till Friday had become from this cause as stiff wards given to club raisers We hope the teachers of Madi as a board When the marquis died kin Sample Poplar Weatherboarding yellow coat was buried with him copies free son county will interett thein elve EaQUttnt Company in our normal department and A Limited Mipplj Cypress Shingles nnati O Gilhsoly So you are goinj to marry that many more will enroll as oui another one of those Jones girls We also extend special Cut Poplar Shingles pupils Is now open w The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product of American mines White Lo ige No 45 K P meets ev at the old ratio of r6 of slver to i of erv Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows Lee Maupin C C F gold is the only solution of and hall at oclock W Mfllef K of R and S remedy for the disturbed and amato Â¬ ry condition of trade manufac- Â¬ ture and general business of the country The surrertiiious act of 1873 rcing siKcr raid uou in our mone- Â¬ tary system was a crime of untold magnitude Itjras the rankest kind of 1 lation in taroc of the WCrUSIIL J UUR wiMtC raiarai vixi weal ana we can secure parent m ics uuic inau Ltiubc producers of j remote irom drawing or photo with decrip- - wealth hnuihiuii and hostile to ihe prosperity Send model Jtion We aavie if patentable or not free o J Our fee not due till patent is secured tfthe United States li was an act 0 cbarge HOWlOUDiatn raicnib wmij A PAMPHLET done at tl cost of same in the U S and foreign countries j oftr sent free Address of a Euroj can syndical bribe Â¬ Rowland Reporter KNKIITS OF 1YTIIIAS oclock II Rice Dictator IIHTH HSI Daily Ex Son aj m m Daily 7oo a m 1015 am 1110 p m 1138 p m Daily Rtiwlanil Kichmoud ive WllliHinshV Air t ni rim 7 j aaa m 4dam Lve Lve Lve Lve rr rr Pniev ille viile Corbin Corhll II Livings n Isern vildle l I ir S o Lve Lve Ilvuistoii rr Lve 1030 p m 7 40a m 1105 p m 8191a 114c p m q oc 1 m 1220 a m 9 45 am o 50 a m 108 a m 10 23 a ra a m 200 a n i 215 a n ii 30 a m a ai 1 al 313 3 30 a m 12 55 n n rr 425 am P 3 30 nn 1 Arr Paria Lve Lve Vir 3 al m SB 425 am o8 am 711 am r KhIiikiiIIi BR CASNOWCO j ir 647pm 725 am 6 50pm 4 OI p 4 07P 4 15P 4 46 5 36 pm m m WO N 12 MKTH I LOI Ki Son 700 a m Hll Kx Sun 1 1 YELLOW Â¬ Part 11 M 710 719 805 845 yi P p pi pi pi pi PINE lllll NTH-BOlNl FLOORING AND Daily Kz su 542 620 703 727 a m - VHv vilte hnstiti am am a m Â¬ Arr Lttaltlisjtosi Parts vin Hlersbiiru CEILING i linill V S 35 a m 1024 a m 1030 a m 334 pi 308 pi 327 pi 350 pi 637 pi 633 pi 650 p 1 Irt H 45 P UN - HKKIi C P XTMOI1K Â¬ Jeiieri OlUee Uiriv JACKSON SMITH Inisville Ky AsstUenl ram I lifll A1 Act m liiamlier nil oiiimere KullliiiK i CHina Henderson Yes You have been man ied to two of them haven t you Yes And invitation vss4isisva Svemuor VMubridged Framing Lumber Dears Windows Blinds Jf bisters left there are only two unmarried To Teocfiers of aS7L - INTERNA TIONAL DICTION AR Y brjJ TJ r Stntlard of the RCHM0ND5TEAM LRUNDRY W PATRONIZE V IVWV HOME with those Jones frirls and not waste any more of thera or they will not hold out Texas Siftings Tollys tiullt It is not always easy to be generous try M one may was mean tolleorgy this morning v hen you gave me the bread and butr ter confessed mfBI lid Roily to I Yes thats all Well then you ought to be careful Estill County come and spend a pleasant shin with us Send us your name hat we mav write you in regard to our school Our old pupils after takina a inn wteks course in otir school iive increased theit per centaze on examination 10 lo 25 per Vou can do the name and even Do you w anl to do more Then come on Next session opens January 21 prim es in Tuesday A prii 1 To All First Class Gooth INDUSTRIES I And GU Warmly iiiendcsl S luKlbuoka Jal her mother at bedtime Why Folly said Mrs Jenks I thought you were quite generous didnt you give Georgy the larger sighed Plly but I kept the butterest piece myself Youths Companion Mike A BTsmmt of OlMr nation Cheaper Than Ever A E CARSE Main St Near K Depot nm even Work done promptly and as well as any other Lauiidry in the Country and other Ktiura t almost with oat iiumber piece Yes m rite tu Prestdeut writes For wt which the ye mada the word ought for accuracy of deflni lion r smmaatmi m tbods la Indl- a pronitnciatlon for terse yet miprnhenaiTc statements of facta ml practical use as a working QsvryWamHa Internatloual extols any other single volume Tie One Great Standard Authority S w il -- A Cotlesrw PRICES NO HIGHER Stand by Horn antl i v fr lhty will stand by you -- 1 sssaaM beating tha V 1 u trout of th the earpctr Whats wornf kave been just lir or L ui O WHITTT WAIBROP Prin Kirksville Ky G C VE CSA fu hi i iters jj 1 OUT OF TOWN WCRK I SOLICITED I