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VOLUME 7 RT -- VIII fB RICHMOND PROFESSIONAL COLUMN X5EHTAL MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY les--o- n 1 ii tunity 1 H HI 1 WEDNESDAY A 9 S NUMBER V FEBRUARY a J 1895 XÂ¬ fe lt er i t 35 zzy B A OPPORTUNITY Seize ll Hold of It When It Comes Your Way SrRGERT Crutctiei Scott DB Richm A WILKES SMITH DESTAL SURGEON Kentucky Street Office 3- - 1 day in lan- Mutniai in April and Si t ember and De- I - erv siwirt ami N OawABS Back- Ur tataaf Talk on the tnilen Oixi luuuies of Life COURT R W Rurnam b M It Krown School Mr id on lho first Mon TABLES t D P Armer third m V Simmons Green B Million third -- R Eugene Todd R Wells first Sat- second in Johr Dolv -- lurth Mon mib S Covle third Sat W Bratcrer - N IS Cov i econd ubr 1 V Bioa C Mil ion third orra- - Joi o February KT te courts Ma Au j irh Satur rd Mar- - Treasiirri Dr Tahi fir his siilji ct lasl M Sunuay OpiHirtunity Ate i the text se iemvtrv A- - ut- - har lected l inp jal vi 10 1 iiportunity let is do 0od I s J L HARRIS M an aucli- it CoL R U HNoV D KrVTliKY scinied for divine worship istr of the church for whom was to preach that uijrht interrsted in a atii- - of the people stood in thi prrialty Office ir n Mr eel Office hours 9 a m pulpit lookinp from side to side and m to i m u 4j 33 23 when no more people cm i be crowded within the walls he turned to in- and A VATKS J C said with startliri emphasis Whit MOINAX YATB8 an opxirtunity Immediately that word lieg an to enlarfre and while DENTISTS a hymn was Iiein sung1 at every klCHM -- M KSarrUCKl the word opp irtunity wifV miphtllv unfolded and Ofh t direct over Madison National Bank while the osienins prayer was beinp j-made the word piled npinto Alps and WKLHY Y BURGIN Himalayas of meaning ami spread oat into other latitudes and linjrtudes of DENTIST significance until it became hemisRichmond Kkmtocct pheric and it stili grew in altitude and circumference until it encircled other - over Chenauhk grocery No 96 Second worlds and swept out and on and Street 45- around until was as lijr as eternity Never since have I read or heard that ATTOaNETS without oeinsr thrilled w magnitude mod momentum Opportun- Â¬ V B SMITH ity Although in the text to some it may seem a mild and quiet note in the ATTORNEY AT LAW jrrcat tiospci harmony it is a staccato e It is one of the loveliest and KtMLCKV KHMllNU tiwfulest words in our lanruaie of more than one hundred thousand ins Building at head of stairs 31 30 As we words of English vocabulary hare opportunity let us do good C A D M HKNAl IX What is an opportunity The lexi- Â¬ cographer would coolly tell you it is a ATTORNEYS AT LAW conjunction of favorable circumstances RiciiM iMi Kentickv for accomplishing a purpose but words can not tell what it is Take a Office on Second trect rvtr Chenaults gro-- thousand years to manufacture a defi3130 nition and you could not sucee sfully describe it Opportunity The mea PX3WELL uriii rod with which the Angel of the Apocilvps measured heaven eou ATTORNEY AT LAM i of my tex Kentucky Richmond ige of the precipice o all t el down the fathoming r as Richmond Water Light Co s on line han i under ha1 iwer down and lower down and for a ouiutillion t it sink and the lead will SHACKELFORD strike bottom Opportunity But ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 do not attempt to measure or Kentucky detine the word I will God helping me take the responsibility of telling 1 k 5 I Â¬ 1 Â¬ 3- ractice in all the Cotirts Office over Rich si bank same asCaL Capertons 42- - R - art lava at am Pas- - STEPHEN KlCHM -- Ialriits Report Charge 1 IARRISH - ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky rrtingsat 730 3 - p ada va Caveats Trade Marks Designs Etc t invention a Free of Moderate terms rue me 40- - lr C II BRECK v 5 ATTORNEY AT LAW Kentucky MONO Soar eels al Crooks corner Main i sz J A SIM IV N KkNIUUKV 16-- ATTORNEY AT LAW KllHV am Prrhi Terian c s 1 or II B H and I m ATTORNEY AT LAW l Pas a m Tirs X v S IS 1 31 30 sSHBAUGH M D Kt mm - ida Rev Wm Crow ial OUice No I2i ri M111 Street men a spec 34- - avs baptist Ias DR II R GIBSON PIIYslt IAX ASV SURGEON and Sundavs bath I jai narian kicHsioNii Office in the Joe - oMins building Kentucky 18 - Pastor Rev Saturday and Pas- - rret ivcr Whiles new drugstore and 30 Sec 27- - DR i in d Saturday each month at H STEWAKT PBY8KIAV AMD SUMQaWN A KeNTIXKV on Sun RlCKlKMtD tor Rev L P Job Krv S direct Mitchells clothing store OnVI ris Main street over Covtnjrton Residence 619 North 4- - J S I I Wills iav Wills DR O A KENNEDY - fWYSJCIAN ASD SLUG EOS kicHM Nii I H Rev Campbell Saturday H L Amercing Sat j Kentucky up 13- - stairs iffice in Smith Building No 304 Main Street Office hours 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 oclock urday and DR JOHN M FOSTER PM YSJCIAX AXD SUKGEOX Kentucky xliiid Sat- Main Street letween Second snd Oirif p stairs residence at corner Main Third streets 3- and Tatcs Creek Avenue j Sunday and Second Saturday and Pastor Rev R L Ambrose ustor Rev brick c 1 H Campbell A Jones Republican PastoSaturday d Sunday and and fourtii Sunday IHSCIPLES OF DR GC SMITH A LFI YSI IA N XO SCPn EON Kentucky 9-- Ofmce Ai Residence or fifth Street i W EVANS M D CHRIsT Richmond Kentucky Third Sunday and pre- Pastor L H Reynold sundav j W Harding - ndav and preceding Eid r Collier street Sundav and preceding Saturday Jo cpi Bailew DR T J TAYIAR Pleasant Second and fourth Sun- irdavs Pasor Practiiioiier in Medicine tmd Surgery Sabbath school 10 a Richmond Kentucky Sundays and t and Uvurth Office on Second Street over Yeagers Jewelry Paa- - Store liird Sunday Residence on Third Street Woods rdav 3- Having retired from the practice of medicine several years ago for reasons best known to myself I again offer my professional services to the T eople of K ichmond and Persons desirvicinity ing my services will find my tfee tirst door north of N B Deatherage on Second of the residence H Rei i Mid every p Elder W F S iniay at Smith 1 1 Second Sunday White Oak Pond r U H Reynolds an Church Second Sun- Ln rfat in each month and Saturday preced W S Gamboe Pastor Morning service and sermon at 1 o- sery ice and sermon at Ladies ie winter M Wil- m L 1 at 70 raer meeting Wednesday evening m iliool at 950 a a CHA8 BOOKER VETERINAR Y SUlcGEOX Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Dittos Saddlers Shop Office over Richardson 46- oeJj First Richmond Ky fHKIST CHURCH FHISCOPSL mBLERspif I BUCK I 5 EYE Richmond ivicp an Pastor Rev Father Ua first and third Sunday at Lecture and benediction on the OINTMENT CURES y rililJ NOTHING BUT PILES nit cum ma oys the BEST Printers does the best work and you count or the price being rigtv Seeing is beiic jA ii ft I BEST 6URE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as xhe S4tI REMEDY for PILES KY All BKrGslim st it is very swift in its motions Sometimes within one minute it starts from the throne of God sweeps around U the throne the earth au from which Within Hads il fulfilled its mission In the seeond place opportunity never comes hack Perhaps an opportunity very much liie it may arrive but that one never Naturalist tell us lich are born fl of insects n and expire in an hour but many opportunities die so soon after they are born that their brevity of life is incalculable What most amazes me it opportunities do such overshad Â¬ owing far reaching and tremendous in such whorl earthly al man lace You are a of large experence The past eighteen months have leen hard on business men A younc merchant at his into your office or your house and you said Times are hard now but better days will come I nave seen things aa bad or worse but we lit ami we will fret out of this Tiie brightest days that thi euuntry ever saw are yet to come Tne young man to whom yon said that was ready for suicide or something worse namely a fraudulent turn to get out of his despairful position Your ho inspired him for ad time and ears after you are dead he will be re our the advantage of your optimism opportunity to do that one thnr for ning man was not half as Ion as the time I have taken to re it in yonder tntra gallery you sit a man of the world but you wish every Â¬ body welL While the clerks are stand Â¬ ing round in your store or the men in your factory are taking their noon Have you heard spell someone says that one of our men has been convert ed at the revival meeting at the MethWhile it is being talked odist church Well 1 do not believe over you say Those things do not last in revivals People get excited and join the church and are no better than before I wish our men would keep away from those Do you know oh man meetings what you did in that minute of depreciation There were two young men in that group who that night would have gone to those meetings and been saved for this world and the next but you decided them not to go They are social natures They already drink more than is good for them and From the are disposed to be wild time they heard you say that they ac- Â¬ celerated their steps on the downward road In ten years they will be through with their dissipation ar d pass into the Great lleyond That little talk of you s decided their destiny for this world ami the next You hadau op opportunity that you misimproveu and how will you feel hen you con front those two immortals in the last judgment and they tell you of that un fortunate talk of yours that flung them Oh man of the the precipice world why did you not say in tiiat Good 1 am noon spell of conversation glad that man has got religion 1 wish Let us all go to night I had it myself tome on I wiU meet you at the church You see yon would door at 8 oclock have taken them all to Heaven and you would have got there yaurself Golden opportunity The day I left our country home to look after myself we rode across the country and my fatner was driving Of course I said nothing that implied how I felt Hut there are hundreds of men here who from tiieir own exper- Â¬ ience know how I felt At such a time a young man may be hopeful and even impatient to get into the battle of life for himself but to leave tiie hom stead where everything has been done for you your father or oluer brothers taking your part when you were imposed on by larger boys and your mother always around when you got the cold with mustard applica tions for the chest or herb tea to make you bweat off the fever and sweet mixtures in the cup by the be i to stop the eonjrn taking sometimes too much of uise it was pleasant to take and go out with no one to stand be tween you and the world gives one s choking sensaton in the throat a homesickness before you nave got three miles away from the old folks There was on the day I spoke of s silence for a long while and then my father u tell how g ood the Lord had boa to and in health and when him ii times of hardship caue how 1rovi ied the means of had alwa i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ netning abnit opportnnitT Oars but in all the crisis of my life I nd tliere have been many of them I save felt the mighty boost of that De Witt in tiie farm wagon always found it safe to trust the Lord Tiie fact was my father saw that was his opportunity and he im- Â¬ proved it This is one reason why I am an enthusiastic friend of Christian all Mens V ing Lations They get hold of so many young men just arriving in the city and while they are very impressionable and it Is the best opportunity Wiiy how big the houses looked to us as we first Catered the great city and meet Las must have just closed to till the Streets in that way and then t placards announcing all styles oi amusements and so many of them on the same night and every night after our boyhood had been spent in regions where only once or twice in a whole year there hail been an entertainment or church That is the rtnnity Start that innocent young man in the right direction Tell me weeks after will be too late what such a young man does with his first six weeks in the great city and will toll you what he will be through out his life on earth and where he will spend the ages of eternity Op port u We all recogvisu that commercial and literary and political successes depend upon taking advatitage of opportunity The great surgeons of Kng land feared to touch the tumor of King George V Sir Astley Cooper looked at it and said to the king I will cut youi majesty as though you were a plowman That was Sir Astleys opportunity Lord tiive was his fathers dismay climbing church steeples and doing reckless things His father sent him to Madras India as a clerk in the service of an English officer dive watched his time and when war broke out came to the chief of the host that saved India for England That was Lord t lives opportunity Pauline Lucca the almost matchless singer was but little recop nized until in the absence of the soloist in the German choir she took her place ami began her enchantment of the Tnat day was Luccas oppor- Â¬ tunity John Scott who afterward be Iord Eldest had stumbled his wmj along la the practice of law until the ease of Ackrovd vs Smithson was to be tried and his speech that day orx in d all a enues of success That was Lord Kldons opportunity Wil- Â¬ li Seward was given by his fatiier a thousand dollars to get s oiiegiate education That money Now oou gone his father said you must fight your way and he did until gubernatorial chair and Inited States senatorial chair were his with a right to the presidential chair if the meanness of American politics bad not swindled hiss out of it The day when his father told him to fight his own way was Wiliam H Sewards lonn Henry Newman opportunity noted a whole week in an oraupre in the Strait of Bonifacio wrote his immortal hymn Lead Kindly Light That was John Henry New mans opportunity You know Kirk W hen Mar- Whites immortal nymn d on the Nightly He Plain wrote it in a boat by a lantern on a stormy night as he was sailing along a rocky const That was Kirk Whites 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a clergyman who was on a on our Hudson river and hearing a man utter a blasphemy the clergyman You hare spoken against my said best lriend Jesus Christ Seven years after this same clergyman was on his way to the general assembly of the Presbyterian church at Philadel- Â¬ phia when a young mil bun and asked him if he was not on a sloop on the Hudson river seven before The reply w as in the affirmaWell tive said the young min I was the man whom you corrected for Uttering that oath It led think and repent and I am trying to what for my early behavior I nui a preacher of the gospel ate to the general a beven years before m that Hudson river sloop was the clergymans oppor Â¬ Â¬ IT A JZ A - - r M - Lie t - - J Nothing can be substituted for the Royal Baking Powder and give as good results f of death at her home The de- s father died 4s years ago in the same month same day aud at tiie same Hour Saturday at His broth Â¬ His remains will be irterr- airraount His wife is on tne a ie Cures mrnmfr if Rising us Breast Â¬ --t - - of and staid this nihil I s m of enibrac 11 all realize that the opportunity - mder - V hrist soi n - fuil opportunity ps of children of the oicc at You sometimes feel that you can hard- Â¬ Do le You say ly saii the racket quiet it seems as if my head would And split with all this noise things get broken and ruined and Who it is Wheres my hat Who has been tool my books A with my playthings - a rushing this way and that until father and mother are I is as well nigh besides t tonishing how much noise five or six children can make and not half try But the years glide swiftly away After a while the voice are not so many and t lose which stay are more s this room gets quiet and then that room Heath takes some and marriage takes others until after awhile the house is awfully still That man yonder would give ail he is worth to have that boy who is gone away forever rush into the room once more with the shout that was once the That mother who was loo boisterous once tried because her little girl now gone forever with earelesa sors cut up something really valuable would like to have the child back willing to put in her hands t t most valuable wardrobe to cut phases Yes Yes The bouse now will soon be still enough rant you and as when y u housekeeping there were just two j on there will be just two again the alarming brevity of infauey The opportunity is childhood Parents ous but it soon passes Wnat say at the close of life we did not do more for the rel welfare of our children while we bad But the lamen them with us The opportuntv will be of no avail Wh n had wings and it vanished your chiiu rets out of the en climb into the outstretched arms of the Come thou ai beautiful Christ thy house into the ark But tiiere is one opportunity so much brighter than any other so much more r to all inviting and s that there are innumerable fingers pointing to it and it is haloed with a glory all its own It is yours It is mine It is the present hour It is now W hiie I We shall never have it again you and listen tin speak portunity is restless as if to be gone You can You can not chain it down not imprison it You can not ma Â¬ 1 g 1 --z 43 - No other leacring agent will make such light sweet delicious wholesome food If some grocers urge another baking pow- Â¬ t der upon you it is because of the greater profit upon it This ot itself is evidence of the superiority of the Royal To give greater profit the other must be a lower cost powder and to cost less it must be made with cheaper and inferior materials and thus though selling for the same give less value to the consumer To insure the finest cake the most whole- Â¬ some food be sure that no substitute for Royal Baking Powder is accepted by you 4- THE CONDORS FLIGHT II soars Higher Than the Iasle and i far More lirarefcl When we speak of the ourluuf eagle if his power to look with sti Ipon tiie sun we should not for get that there is a bird larger and Heavier than the eagle which has the power of rising in its flight to a greater Install the earth than any ither bird The bird r nuestion is the condor of the Andes South America The sight of a flock of condors sailing in mid air mnst In- a tveautiful one Ieople who them say that except when rising from the ground not one of them has ever been seen to flap its Â¬ - Aotbersf ever offered child bear man 1 have been am for many years and in each ease wiiere Motheks i rjenij was used it accomplished wonders and relieved much suffer- It is the best remedy for rising of tne tsreasi known and worth the price for that alone Mits M M Hkfwstkk Montgomery II Is the greatest blessing Friend Ala gsu gent bT Kipr per r price 11 - hrTiWjtmrnm BUMr Booh r a IE BO r j JaV he move in large curves sweeping in circles descending and ascending 1 HOTEL LELAND Â¬ T9 vvvvvitvtvVYTvTvTvfvVJii ery strong that it will not pass tiie house and even should it have this good fortune it will have uo future There are only twenty four more days in the life of the Fifty third con- the senate will not have I to talk about finance much anything in the way of legislation Tiiere is a possibiiiti that the silver rnen in the senate may make some de Â¬ monstration in order to exhibit their anger against President Cleveland for lis bargaining with t foreign syndi cate to keep the Ln ted States on a gold basis by increasng the national debt This process baa wen denounced so bitterly by Mr Teller and those Tree with him that in their de Â¬ light at having balked all currency legisiation they may tate the aggres Â¬ Â¬ l difficult to see what the free sil- Â¬ ver nun can do to prevent the president from selling a the bonds he deems necessary to maintain tut gold reserve They are fertile in resources Â¬ re imbued with the righteousness of their position and are sun- - that t will net be for the best interests of ie country to buy gold at a premium for the bene- Â¬ fit of a few exporters of the yellow metal the presidents course will be scathingly criticised and checked if de Mr Cleveland makes no secret of his thoroughly The importance of makinc the most of opiMirtunities as they present them selves is acknowledged in all other di- Why not in the matter of ms usefulness The difference of useful- f g ood men and women is much the difference in bran or social on or wealth but in equipment ristian common sense to know just the time when to say the right or to do the right tiling There are good people who can always lie depended on to say the right thing at the wrong time A mer-Â¬ chant selling goods over the counter to a wily customer who would like to get them at less than cost a railroad conductor while taking up the tickets from passengers who want to work off a last years free pass or get thaough at half rate a child ful own a housekeeper trying to get the table ready in time for j guests although the oven has failed to do its work and the grocer has neg lected to fulfill the order given him tiiose are not opportunities for reli Do not rush uo to a gious address man in the busiest part of the day and when a half dozen people are waiting How is your soul for him and ask But there are plenty of fit occasions It i interesting to see the sportsman gun in hand and pouch at side and accompanied by the hounds yelpinedown the road off on a hunting expedition but the best hunters in this world are those who hunt for oppotunities to do good and the game is something to I will glauden earth and Heaven point out some of the opportunities When a soul is in bereavement s the best time to talk of Gospel consolation When a man and heavenly reunion has lost his property is the liesttimeto talk to him of beavenlj inheritances hat can never be levied on When one s sick is the best time to talk to him i bout the supernatural latitude in vhich unhealth is an impossibility Viii n the Holy Spirit is moving on a ommuuity is the best time to tell a man he ought to be saved By a word anile by a look by a prayer the worst may be so thoroughly done that ill eternity can not undo It As the harp was invented from hearing the r of a bow string as the law of gravitavtiaa was suggested by the fall of an apple as the order in India for be use of a greased cartridge started Che mutiny of lsiT which appalled the nations so something insignificant may open tiie door for great results Be on the watch It may be a gladness it may be a horror but it will be an opportunity A city missionary in the lower parts of the city found a young woman in wretchedness and sia He said Why They She said inline lie rive me at home W hat is your fathers name and said Having obtained does he live the address and written to the father the city missionary got a reply on the outside of the letter the word imme It wasthe heartidiate underscored est possible invitation for the wanderer to come home That was the city missionarys opportunit- - And there are opportunities all about ton and on them written bj- - the hand of God who will bless you and bless those whom vou heln in capitals of light the won IMMEDIATE A military officer very profane in his habits was going down into a mine at Cornwall England with a Christian miner for many of those miners are hristians The officer used pr language in the cage while going While they were comir down out of the mine the profane officer H it be so far down tc said work how much further would to the bottom cNj I not tian mil know how far if this rv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ determination to sell more than 00 worth of bonds if he thinks Owens He has even said he does not be U ii Both of the Laurel circuit lieve an extra session to be fornia for the provided he can get all the gold he court iia- wants As to the revenues the presi benefit of bis health dent has been informed by Secretary Chairman Ioiin Dl Caaaou has sle that with the strain taken off called a meeting of the Demo old reserve the new tariff law tral and Executive committhe revenues needed bruary 13 at tor Wednthe Watterson club Louisville oriNiox on ran Laaoa Thk wheat about Maysick is look W amunot in Feb 4 The amended labor arbitration bill agreedon by the bag finely Tan city council of Frankfort will be committee on labor after con- stay All its pulses are throbbing with a es with representatives of the asked to order an election on the ques that can not be continued or conizations of locomotive engineers tl m of paving the principal street of iportunity of invi trolled ty with brick men firemen and conductors has tation on my part and aceeptao Iaiikk Best has been rel irted to the iiouse by Mr Erd your part The door of the nan of Pennsylvania Incorporated from jail at 1ft Sterling there a Go it down and be kings ana queens unto in the report accoinpsmying the bill are- no evience to connect mm with the tters addressed to Chairman Mc- ltlair lynching I am Weii God forever you say Thk Big Sandy timber rv approving the bill one from You are ready Are yon not readv Hon Carroll D Wright commissioner over All the rafts are out of the Yelo you want to hi or and the other from tne labor headwaters of the river and be saved now am Yes are already at their destinatii above referred to Do you believe that Christ is able aud i the mouth of the stream Ye- SS Blae at Versailles Kj ig to do the work A root okik was re- Ys usaiiiks Ky Feb 4 The Ante Then you i Youareinsi den uiock containing the bank of J Ruby Green county ami John W Hen palace ady You appointed postmai Co XV S llu- viorfc Co fur- look change L lKvsiovs were issued tiie other day and undertaKing James B ic ahi Â¬ i K Â¬ Â¬ I ut giving a single tiap of their S R BROOKS Proprietor wings It is wonderful to see such a great bird hour after hour without any Short street one square from K U Djpot apparent exertion wheeling and glidLEXINGTON KENTUCKY ing over mountain and river Humboldt claims that the condor New Building New Furniture S4ars to a height of at least twenty Electric Elevator Elecjric Light and three thousand feet above the sea and Heated throughout by hot water other travelers say that it sometimes 27 s6 reaches a height of six miles The strange thing is that from such VToaa on the restore tiosi of t c lm an elevation where the air must be so eoln farm in Iarue county is being highly rantied the bird will drop sud pushed to completion denly to the valleys thus in the briefTiih new land bulletin of Warren est time passing through an almost in- Â¬ county has aliout l VOOo acres listed for credible change of temperature Hut It is issued in the interest of im- - it loves the heights and they are its ion chosen home Tin taxable property in Gallatin It is when away up a a great height county is assessed at S toThe that the condor brings its keen eye to tal numlier of voters is 1112 bear upon the movements of a herd of Do Ioiin Kvans a blind peddler was cattle far beneath When some weak killed in Hopkins county and the body member of the herd falls to the ground robbed of the condors sweep down to the feast THE COLD WEATHER WILL SOON BE TBI Bracken board of tax supervisand gorge themselves until they iave UPON YOU AND A ors made but few changes in the coun no longer power to rise Then the cn Indians appear and noose them with hi Ks Aktwrioht who was ar- Â¬ the lasso Golden Davs rested at Bowling Ureea charged with OR A Camcht Nothlnr Bat a ApsMlsf assaulting and robbing Leaader hutt A Georgia boy thought to be lost was released Shutt failing to identify was found on the banks of a river where he had been steadily fishing for WILL BE A NECESSITY WE HAVE BOTH Till people of Wayne county three days steps to publish the advanl In fact we have every thing in the heat- Â¬ that county offers to homo ing and cooking line Our sales have alTHE MARKETS ready been large this season and every s W Paocroa rashier oi the sale has national bank and treasurer of lis isati Feb FLora Spring patethe board of church extension of the KB r t2j4i sriii tacuilyT iist Episcopal uth ram patent at Danville from the effects 5 extra 173 grip ye 2J0J low rrad S -- COME AND BUT- 2 70 Cltv r TiK new city directory of Henderi rate and Wm son now being compiled will give that rices A HEATma STOVE A C00ZZXQ city a population of 1000 it is said OOSM I receipts providing they adopt the new system Sai No J nalxed cash track at 4Sr STOVE A SA2TGE A 0BATZ of computation used by Owensboro are ithi sad the market which pave the latter 17000 This may rrMlerate demand AMD EVERYTHING NECESSARY TO make necessary another count at is rail and pr tal change Â¬ Â¬ STOVES 1 Â¬ You Need Stoves Â¬ STOVE GRATE Â¬ T Given Satisfaction Â¬ lect butche- Cattlk eers StuO 450 B se - ACCOMPANY THEM SUCH AS tcenuea and or to extra - x t n in an-- to meuii I0i4 Tire Brick Hearths diisisey Tiles 3cc Â¬ Lai H fairtofroonmon and rs aud butchers 0 Sacks Cockissr Utensils i Hr mi u au aud r anyAgents lor Bridgefords Celebrated Economist Wrought Seei and Cast K n id Lambs moa i 7a S CLAUDE SMITH - CO Â¬ I Wm Bait j i WL Douglas Bte No Oars D t 33 SHOE 3 CORDOVAN r WXIWH aiLNAjBEaaXS CAU - 19 THE BEST FIT FOa A KINS - Babj w H Xsw Yobs Feb Ni t Fiat CAJj 433apP0UCE3aKAJKMML I soles nun lob N red store aiid 57stsSc ran eleator 56e e liiurraued reit aaoat asSaP 3 I 2 11 Boys SawiSHOtt LADIESaeaaVJ -- NO BOND SALE Until After Congress Has a Chance to Act On the Recommendation of President Cleveland in His Message groceries A J Kinney uier- tailor and the Versailles public street and two dwellintrs on Court square ed Sunday morning Loat 45000 imp Uihm turd Mm insurance s KM b elf was badly scorched More Ktrthiiiske Shocks Feb 4 Earthquakes were luMi ay morning in Genoa Vlacfc na Iaravia and several other cities as follows Original Silas Uavi- Lexington Fayette county Irvin Pease Petersburg Boone con Beissne Lemuel Agee Halifax Allen county Ori inal widows etc Ma Lexington Favette coun iiium i ty minors of William W i natin Original Louisville Jefferson county reissue Alice Hanrahan Covington Kenton county No 2 Chicago white hits No 1 1 No No S c - 34e i white ic white d aud No 32c wait S2IJ bestoon01 OOUai 3 Whfat- - Xo I iu ubs - red cash No I nnxeucasu M stio O Feb 44c i No Ovsr One HJIUoa People wear the SEND rOgCATALOCUC l BltOCKTONJ lASS Oats No i white cash 32 Cluveh Sutu February aw saeb luc c July W L Douglas All 4 Shoes Sii Marco PlTTSBUROH CONDENSED NEWS SaatkereU I roui All Fart- - of the Country by Telegraph Amos Ailes aged 77 i dead at Al Â¬ liance O He is the oldest employe of If the Springer Bill iss Is Defeated Thursday a Hand Issue Will be Announced as VKn IvKMllki STATE NEW Â¬ the Secretary uf the Treasury Can 1repare HI Circular Feb 4 From official sources it was learned Sunday night that no bond sale will be announced until after congress has been given an opportunity to act on the recommenda tion of the presidents message The house will vote on the Springer bill on Thursday If the bill is defeated a bond issue will be announced as soon as the secretary of the treasury can prepare his circular If by any chance the bill should pass the house the pos- Â¬ sibility of its success in the senate will be considered in the cabinet meeting Friday and unless there are some changes in the situation the order will be promulgated then The administration delays action because it does not wish to give its critics in congress an opportunity to c that in its eagerness to sell bond recoup the gold reserve it could not wait to see whether congress was going to take any action on the presidents recommendations Assistant Secretary Curtis ascertained in New York that within three days after the appearance of a bond circular an issue of 8100000000 four per cent On the bonds would be taken up understanding that a bond sale is cer- Â¬ tain the gold exporters of New York have practically agreed not to continue their raid on the reserve It is believed that the government will fix the term of the bond at July I lrOT when the four per cents outstanding will mature instead of for a term of thirty years The period of the bonds however has not been definitely deter- Â¬ mined The only prominent democrat in congress who still believes that the administration may avoid a bond issue is the ever sanguine Springer The Illinois man is confident even now that the administration scheme will weather congress and within twenty four hours he has declared that the secretary of treasnry has not made up his mind to a sale of bonds Springer is not in the administrations confidence and neither the president nor the secretary of the treasury consults with him any more than is absolutely necessary for the conduct of business in the house uppositions with reference to the policy of the administration are as erÂ¬ ratic and improbable as his attempts at fashioning legislation have thus far ful - ration pr WaaBZMTOS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tmtaa is a probability that the old Louisville custom house will be con verted into a federal prison I Tax Aasansoa Mt uiliv reports to the general council that the property in Louisville exempt from taxation aggregates 523oooooa W iiiiam Foaaarrsa of McLean county was arrested by Owensboro of- Â¬ ficers on an oid charge of forgery that had een standing igainst him since last summer Thkkk are thirty five miles of turn- Â¬ pike in Christian county all owned by stock companies There is a movement on foot to make all of them free and one company has already signified its willingness to sell a cost and take i per cent county bonds in payment if the county will agree to build other Â¬ the Pennsylvania irffh A Railroad Co west of turn pi Thk vote on the whisky question at Hartford resulted n the dry winning by 4 majority Tiiere is a great deal of dissatisfaction concerning the election on both skes on account of the action of the cc unity court clerc failing to have enough ballots to take The mindumus proceed the vote ing was a failure owing to it not being in the jurisdiction of the court Â¬ bogus uewspaper collector has been good medium Hai30 choice heavy 143541 Kt37S stairs a00332V g around the northern part of Ohio 440 roughs snttp ami Lambs Best lambs 16 35 50 Ing subscriptions and collecting good to choice 475 ft 15 common to fair money for various papers 4 00 4465 extra mixed sheep S3 75 44 IS fall George Drown a prominent citizen to good 1300 360 export weihe a 24 usaeb of Sarnia Ont aged 75 years was export ewes I37itf4i5 Chicago Fan Z asphyxiated at the home of his daugh- Â¬ quotations Flour Winter patent JtlM Chicago ter Mrs John Everstein spring patent 3i0alf0 No 1 spring No 3 spring wheat James Graham who robied Kerrs wheat No red 4BtjJ0 c No i corn 40 v No I hardware store at Gallipolis O of a yellow 3 c No t oats rrvjc No I white lot of revolvers was sentence to four DM 31 V- - i No 3 white 30i31 Xo 2 rye 50a years at hard labor in the penitentiary No 1 barey 56e No 3 5c No 4 556tic Indianapolis Ind Feb i John Fee was arrested at Gallipolis Cattle No quotable change O The young man is wanted at Mc Hogs Good to medium and heavy Arthur for robbing a notion store He W0V4 lii mixed choice and heavy 9a4 66 good is only 10 vears old and of good fam- Â¬ Ibrhtsv tsft i 00 Cattle Prime J5 0O52O good H tftliB tood butchers 3ao 415 rough fat 13 ht steers J110 336 me-Â¬ Hocs- - Heny Philadelphia R35 4 U best Yorkers dium Philadelpii and mixed f Vn430 common to fair Yorkers and pigs S4lwj94la 0 sasEP -- Extras StlJaU good 30 llOPfsoO fair mxed fluff 7V common yearlings HSrSXte best lamb Ss 8 si common to fair lambs flaftgluu BurraLO X Y Feb i 4Oii4 25 HofiS Yorkers good o choice -- Fb I Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed etaaeped oe set The prices are uniforms proas Si to 5 1 saved over other They give the best valae for the y They aaual custom shoes la style aad At our shoes are equally satisfactory If your dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by 3Uil JACZ FSEEMAIT BieHmoni Ky GarnettHouse Saloon V STUART JONES Proprietor Pure Whiskies Brandies s Winet c ib the whiskey tai hes been raised 20c pe gd on I will htrcaftor sell pure Jett whiskey at 22 per gallon 1 have engaged the services of Mr Robt Terrill as bartender who wil be pleased to iave his friends call an see him I W STI AKT JUNES 40 39 Jaraett HotttSalM 1 Second Street THE pov YYe 4 00 George E White known as the Cattle laaibs King of Mendocino county California ordered by the superior court to pay his divoreed wife S1000DO from his separate estate The floating k e on the river and the gorjre at the head of the canal at Lou- Â¬ Â¬ isville are still seriously interfering with river traffic there though not stopping it entirely tiiere Capt S II Dyer a juryman in tin A movement is on foot at Shelbyville Hayward murder case at Minneapolis to establish an independent telephone system in that city Each patron is to who was taken sick on Thursday has furnish his own telephone and it is ex Â¬ entirely recovered and resumed hisÂ¬ pected that the expenses will be only place in the jury box Monday morning 1 per month Capt Tim Armstrong who was IrnoMKNT has been passed upon fit teen criminals during the January subbed Saturday by Metlure Williams rtger on tiie term of the circuit court at Heniic ou a raftsman a1 D Staggs at Nashville KNOWLEDGE and that number of convicts will lie steamer transferred to the Efidyville peniten- Â¬ Tenn was reported as dying Sunday Brings comfort and improvement and tiary in a few days There yet remain night Ira B Tillottson a well known sa- Â¬ tends to personal enjoyment when fifteen prisoners in the county jail loonkeeper of Chesterton Ind is preÂ¬ rightly used The many who live bet- Â¬ eleven colored and four white paring for the ministry He was con- Â¬ ter than others and enjoy life more with The assessors books of Nelson coun- verted through the influence of Rev expenditure by more promptly ty show an increai of Si32iS5 over Robert L Jones a noted evangelist adapting the worlds best products to that of last year The majority of of Boston leeds of physical being will attest the counties in th state show a de T F Hilton retired as Nebraska the value to health of the pure liquid crea sc state oil inspector is charged with a lu rative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Isaac Chandler who it is alleged shortage of 5s His bond can Its excellence is due to its presenting fatally assaulted n police officer at be recovered No steps have been I in the form most acceptable and pleas Cheyenne Wyo wns arrested at Lon- - in the matter He declaies he w uU to the taste the ref rcahiug and truly Laurel county and taken back for tie up next week I lax beoeti trial The Oregon nouse passed a resoin ative cfectriiUy cleansing the system EatyDTaa E L Catkkli died at his tion in opposition to the Reilly bill adaches and fevers dispel home in Green eoutty the other morn- and askiu that immediate forec an i permanently curing constipation He was one of the wealthiest ing e commenced It has given satisfaction to millions and farmers in the counlv and his estate is railroads oppo approval of the medical estimated to be woith 10000 attempts at government owi Kid- among the the misdemeanors charged As the result of trouble Liver and Bowels without weak Judge ooer of aft Sterling members of tl he Mt against r them and it is perfectly free from re that he once com by his en Morriah Bapti mitted murder and last fall rote mond Ind closed its an drug- The judge ind 1 bol nrr a man in the C Â¬ Â¬ ily 1 holce lambs Htw15475 common prime sheep 3 50 iSa CORNER SALOON Â¬ Is located on the corner 0 First and Irvine streets They have 14 year old An- Â¬ derson county and home made whiskies Fresh beer dailv from the city All aires and kinds 01 Wines Brandies and Wa- Â¬ ters and can furnish any amount from a spooniul to five gallons at lowest prices at the bar or tour buggy or send it to tour house That fine big good looking polite John Mershon will wait 00 ou with pleasure 4S 47 L T WiLSON Prop i J Mm a m aflLtJ OBTAIN A PATENT r -Para an c I opni r wwho have had searlr nfty y ha Sate miri aSM ttnu strictly eoooeauaL A UaudheeanK to torasataaa eooceniirn Patents and how to ah WI COPYRIGHTS lUtll in xt faW buns TWT1 T TsSSSSSgEEi are tans -faewaa ITwaSL AUSO 0atUtMH a Ml On ou tanreet eMssaeioa or an rastaw c wah iu ue 1 veer setnpie aossse seat free - r rwr n ri r - ng s atvery nsiaahwr eootaiws snflaa nils colors and ahssaarsshi e eeaa aew tiful mill m hniwee wtth aassss euwhshse tssleesa iu its m law huiaa 4 co Nrw Yotta aai aauauwAY i MBaaht widely to tne tir aeae wabi sail iliwaisiy Uwisiil7habTrtl tiro r 3g Four Mileage Accepted for Pasta ONLY sBi30 ONLY 35 35 THE CLIMAX PUBLISH KU Kv EKT TIDMIUT BT i Climax Printing Co a b -- I - I if I J The habit of usine profane language tlie most senseless one into which any man ever fell Thure is nothing to justi- fy it absolutely nothing No possible good can come of it It is the only hook that the devil does not bait That any rational nature should so far forget to I - aaraaaal dignity as to lirthe utterance of defiling hat passes compreheu sin Still stranger is it that anyone foolhardy as to thus Jehovah We beg all our readers that have formed this iu- habit -- if any such there I t instant and honest af- i reform In particular we wish to tay tlu it the lather who is gross enough aa example of profanity before his trow in sons lacks little of deserving the epithet satanic fhristian Advocate id 1 j i vmoua or pel -- DAY - men of Hill it tjnnn- iU-pt n aneartbed at Bosco- l Vesuvius where the ilei orated hath rooms are in such a which ration that even the re in their ongnal daces idarium could alainal be used any assistance from the faith Westminister Gasette til to plumber D rting never rises higher than its - the conduct of a comuiu- nit rise liiaber than the moral senti- behiad it Murderers and thieves are brought to justice ecause the public rmined to protect lilt- - ami proper- tv Without this determination the statu jects would not Ik- worth the paper on which they are printed The same is true of any other statute and the only reason why some others are But as rigidly enforced as the e the pnolie conscience has not uiitry we are iaaverj karteaaaae one and must act ay let puolic sentiment be puri- tiel and tboae who are for the right frowi kinds and peace and prosperity will prevail Jackson er Wvtki of til- it to - to the Unit A of ailing health bill was introduced into the United eniiit rt of count the KKMEMBEK I ALAMO OF 175 MKN Kl o um I THE D How IE loloHT VTH WITH LEFT TEIIINO Ills uopv uling par- - that it - When one writes of the Texas hero think of the ban Alamo that heroic fight of which our girla seem to think halt of them know nothing I ever how the brave soldiers held tht Thermop- lit they seldom think of how a handful of men defended the I i they dropped their knees and then died w the foe ll you should go to the historical city 8 you w ing with a in ill - Beiiind important battle m tin fighting Mexico and Texas That was when Santa Anna the Texaus were for their independence Here Bowie ended his at on and ll it w ii terrible odds ad every American know ii by heart that he tell er nations are -- and forty five men un- yoaag man af 28 holding the town of Baa Antonio t General Santa Anna and 4001 v defenders ol n and w iced in the old Davy Crocketl ith them Bowie nd stretciietl out u they had only no 1 which skim uiiiiidcd surrender but u held out for ten day- utiv for food aad watei id of the mission house of the Alamo it Â¬ iiii I the ever Patience and strength howrapidly exhausted -Hie of the little hand were falling sick - crate Ke enlorcements had beea appealed for but none had wet- oaei Laaaaka with n i men and lour suppl artillery had started in an Mci the appeal but had put in Wiele for lie ii water Bad food piece- - of seek -- mli II i apiam Smith joined the ex- iinl with J men Three days alter tieneral Santa An the bomb tad taking advantage ol Travis called his men into line and frankly owned that there was irthlj hope for them that he had led them into this thinking that tuenta were on the way He does not utter ne word against Lameiu for failing him He simply gives them theii iie can surrender e shot down or be killed fiiihtini out their revenge The captain drew a Kvery man who line and said termiued to remain here and to die with me w ill come to me eeraai this line Every soldier bat one eraaaai at once Whin they linished Colonel Bowie looked up with his arm in a sliu and cried Maya dont leave me Wont some ol Miu carry me across And the oiiU backward step they made w er the line aad carry the colonel to foang captains side The man ICaaa who vas a coward droped over the wall into a ditch to tell the tale And the came the terrible day i Anna brought all his forces to bearoa the tartraat The waling lad vere again and agaiu raised but tboae w bo placed them were shot down like trraiu Bear thouwand men cbaru iug into 175 seems easy enough but it aoon reduced the 4000 At last numbers and the Mexicans climlicd ovei into the Alamo The little band of defenders were trampled on and beaten but they rapped to their knees and hacked and shot ami pierced until tin pile of the dead was awful Colonel Bowie tX weak to rise from lo leaaa on his elbow and marks bis man every time he pulls the trigger Cut kill until the - and the breath leaves his y Crockett standing in Bear- i re-e1 try lion - - mm ear with the iron Xortli - anl in ii uihiktiik in with their wares Old ii- New oil- in ipabttioa Tin- - - fining i ri thai I With this I lias 1k i i it i ion of thing ton Js pica the meet andidate of the raraar E I of Ken- i bis BltMl article which - we have and if against each a eal Mi all we can to pr aaaee 11 Wm i tier Republican In tlif nflhr iug are tlie nomina- i like a panther aad theyeaag in backed against the wall surreu inly when run thiough and through The great battle is over The Mexi- to raver their enemies ami wounded Texas oOO more ireeii I and aapwatad on r iericnn d Jons Heim a well dressed young man Tax Sale died at the Hosp glit at uiid night No one knows who be is urn Richardson Eliiibcth 2 acres land 50 where he is from He was a Pn V5 Singer Wm 40 acres land on the City of ilweneboro when that Todd J Frank 260 acres land 3 000 boat came into harbor last night The Yater Lucinda 80 acres land 500 ambulance was sent for and the mai YATKS PRECINCT NO 5 brought to the Hospital in a king con 100 Alexander Irvine 50 acres land dition from pneumonia He expirevi Alexander Sdas 100 acres land 400 shortly after tieing admitted His name I will offer at public sale in front ol the 100 was discovered by several letters on his Court House door in Richmond Ky on Alexander Harrison 40 acres land Asburv lames H 20 acres land 300 nereon Lnuisvilie Timca 1 jtli nit Allen James 8oacresland Monday March 4th 1895 500 Bread as a daily article of food is Alexander Win non re- - 25 acres Between the hours of lo a m and 6 p m by only about one third of the land 70 fifteen hundred millions that constitute the following property to pay the taxes as B nje James heirs oo acres land t 200 the present population of the earth In sessed against the same in the year 1894 Blevins Alfred 30 acres land 50 WHITES the coast districts of Spanish America Binett Wm G 35 acres laud 300 the stall of iife is the banana on the RICHMOND PKECINCT NO I Barrett Steve 50 acres land 10 pampas dried beef and in Eastern Asia Bolton N B heirs one town lot 600 Barrett John 60 acres land 40 rice either ii the form of snap or thick Beattyville I 30 Brook N B 415 acres Ijnd Real Estate Ex 60 gruel He has eaten his last rice savs 6 000 Barret Wm 9 acres land tovn lots 500 the Chinese in anticipation of a funeral Bronston T S hrs 2 town lots 10 000 Covle Hardin 75 acres land 500 Sunnv Smth 2 000 Comelison Robt 6 acres land Kennctt Sam 1 town lot 50 2 000 town lot Cox Hardin 70 acres land CookMis Alice B 300 Iockkt kvike blades are very uneven OcwsO VV town lot s Culler T J 10 acres land 250 ly tempered Even in so railed standClews JC Shearer town lot 100 500 Carpenter Nelson 30 acres lard ard cutlery some Made are hard and C x Phoebe town lot 100 300 French Geo W 4 acres laud some are soft For the latter there is no I 000 Gooch Eiizr heirs Carroll John C I town lot loo 100 acres land of hard ones remedy but the temper Davis Anx C 3 acres land 500 Graves Seve M 50 acres land 400 can easily lc drawn shghtlv Take a Davis Sallie A town lot 600 town lot 400 Hen erson John T kitchen poker and heat ii red hot Have 80 Durnner Jacob non res I Jooet E ubeth 75 acres land the biade that is to le drawn bright am town lot 000 Kidwell Elv 25 acres land 130 hold it on the poker for a moment own lot Duirmger John W 200 Lakes Mrs John 50 acres land 50 When the color runs down to violet blue 18 Oj Lakes John Jr town lot Uvkcbjohn E 100 90 acres land stick the blade in a piece of tallow or Evans G W Elkms town lot 700 Lakes Wm X 100 acres land Ijo net until cold Evans L PA vV B Smith Jcc Lamb Lincoln 30 acres land 50 -- 1 Leash Mary A 50 acres land i P Knott a nephew of ex Covernor 50 acres land loo town lot Knott died at the City Hospital at noon Eadi 100 300 Laasb Sarah E So acres land town lot 80 on the MtB ult of delirium tremens Hades vi B 300 Lane svvest- - 40 act s land His home was in Mt Sterling Knott Ejwuid John I town lot 350 Lear James 5 acrcss laad 50 o acre land 700 L rich tames N was formerly a man of means and pos- - Edwardo V T 3 town lot too Malbtoat Frank non res 6 acres of a good education Not long English Gcoige town lot Filzpamck v C town lot 2 000 Soo ago he said to a hospital doctor land A Gum b B 2 town lot N 2 5 jo tn L 22 acres land man can ant a drink of whisky in 150 Garrison Bettie and children Ro e Ha ten 60 acres land lsville when he cant get anything else no Louisville Ex town lot lerrv Wm P 50 acres land 31 50 Hall Mi s Etfic town lot 2 30J Todd Ruth J 100 acres Ian Two inches of snow has gladdened the Hacker T G J tows ot5 500 Vsawmkle Joe 7 acres land hearts of the Western Kansas farmers Ibi- - Harvey l town lot 800 Vaughn J h 7 acres land o as it practically insure- - a wheat crop the HuOOard VV P Brirs 1 town lot 000 Ails in John G 20 acres ianl 250 coaling summer If two inches make uitt Biru 2 town lots CO 000 Younn C ru lieirs 13 acies land their hearts Had what would be the re- Jurtl Mis A B J town ot- 2 til Mil pa BCIMT N 6 sult should thev have eight inches as is King Win s i town ot OH Adams Win M iuuii E ri the ca e here King 1 anj M i I 4OO town u I 200 Ijci ores ln K at E 1011 res town lot 200 K 2 IcXiIlii r lisp IOo acrt s land A NoiniiEiN student at Richmond McMahsa Pat sr lot 500 Bush vv C set m Jo h lia h u ir Va recently created an excitement and Mvcr Geo II non res I town lot 250 200 no acies lani only averted trouble by apologising for Miuer Mrs E J town lot 90 Bcio el Marx 2 iacies a 170 having written a newspaper letter in Miupin Cal town lot t 0 don el sj r 6 ce- - ta d which be referred to Jeller on Davis as vicvoiuin Mr Sarah town 40 lot 9 0 liurn II vV in v Ss u re- - land 30 a traitor NeJaoa Kobert I town lot o 3 Cliit Mary E agent F Matofaoa Priest Mrs Suan 1 town lot 5 res 5 ac es land too WOMKN ANDCKiAHETI Paikcr Kebccca non res town ot 500 Crolev Polly S cres non ic Richmond stcaiii Laundry town a co land It is di tressiiiir to hear so reliable a lot lol ins Kiirv 3j acres lane 25 papei - the New York Herald assert as Richmond Steuin Laundry 1S9 1 E der J W agent F A Eider 115 a matter ot news that the cigarei town lot 1 000 acres land 6 o u ed universalis in both Great Britain R inch John 2 town lot 800 Fowler Min M town lot as and the United State- - and in daily it Smith 60I B town lot 10 9 joins Pteasarf 7 acres land co ig quantities by the women of Smith Win 11 Jr town lo 5 0 Coosaj Pamla nonres I t wn lot qo nays Smith C E agt Malcolm Love As lat countries Goden John 11 acres lard leti the Herald it was an unheard of thing V Co 100 acres land 300 H iys Phillip 200 50 acres land for an English or American lady to use Slnfflelt Mrs Ida2i acres land loo Jackson J A ajjent Sam Blake the dreaded article since then there has Sctimut Eiiza heirs town lo 2 lOO heir- - 6 acres land 30 lieen a revolution in every re pect Stewait Mrs Mary 2 town lots 300 Johnson Ben F town lot 170 The habit received official sanction Stapp James A town lot 500 Johnson Richard agent C E Hos in 1883 when the Princess of Wales Brat Smith Mrs Li v e town lot 3 500 tetter 52 acres land S put them on the table at a large dinner 1 lower 10m 33 acres land 100 Kirby John C 10 acres land 5 jwirty given to her own sex and in th s lev is Mrs Mary C 5 acres land 2 500 Kirhv Nancy L 2 acres land country when the wife of a president Worthain Joseph i town lot 5 iuo Kindred Wm F 75 acres land 200 served them at a ladies dinner at the FoXloVVN 1RECIXCT NO 2 Kuubiel R chard too acres land White Hoii c In other countries there 300 Beuge James non 40 acres Kinkeads Sam heirs - no such prejudice 100 acres Women and iis land 400 land use them alongside of their fathers and 400 Bohn Susan non res to acres Kinnard Daviu A 5 acres land 5 brother- s- Ex land 1 250 Lamb Jerry A 4 acres hind 6c Black Ms Eula Lee 2S6 acres Laws Garland K 46 acres land IOO THE FIRST TRAIN S oo land Martin Susan I 2acresland 800 Clark Wm 30 acres laud 200 Moore Loui a t Marv o acres HOW IT TWO TRAVELERS HICK FBON Coy lc Baa H non let 8 acres land 800 ALA land 2o Million John 4 acres land IOO I aac 2 acres land 120 Mayo John G 75 acres land So On Sand Mountain in the northern Dozicr Win Mat 31 acres land 500 Norville Cbas B acres land 200 part of Alabama dwi of people Dckcrson Dr F J 146 acres land 7 000 Owens James P acre land 400 w ho know vol v little of the outside world Evans James E 55 acres land boo Owens John Sr 49 acres land and a irreat many id the young Evais Salhe 64 acres land 400 Phillips Mrs Ann non res town nevei leave the farm until they have acres land John lor 400 reached manhood Tom and Bill were King Sam non res 100 Pigg James M 55 acres land lj acres land 150 of th upon their twenty first King Ann E 60 acres land Pigt John B 40 acres land S birthday resolved to no to Ohattai Kinj Wm 11 town lot 50 Pigg John VJ acres land 300 and we the sights Early in the mora Luxun Salhe B 6 100 Pigg John agent Mrs E Jackson 91 acres land ing they started on foot and at about 4 Mooie Man E joacresland IOO 20 acres land 500 in the afternoon reached the track of the Portwood Zack 25 acres land 450 Powell Allen non res I town lot 150 u jeat north of Oolliaaville A a s Rob rson Mrs Spicy D 50 acres Preston R E 27 acres land 500 This ere must he a railroad land 600 Parks Richard 75 acres land 300 null exclaimed Tom fur I done seed Tillctt Win acre lanj 20 Revnolds Win licit 62 acres land 200 pichers look zactiy like this in ther W cddle Cv rus acre land 5 G W 43 acies Robinson VVJ almack Wcddle Cvrus 1693 acre land land 5 200 Yes but whars then Bill iv Rswlins C M agent Wm Stapp LMON l RECIXCT NO 3 steatnc heirs 76 acres land 700 iHmiio was the reply hut lets East Wm C agent lor Oggs heirs Robe ts Evan t acres land s 2 acies land walk long this ere road and maybee we 50 Reidy Gabriel 10 acres land 5 done lound Glider Frederick non res 117 Turpm OSua 144 acies land acie- - land Up the track toward Chattanooga they 500 G W 25 acie land 45 200 Tankirs v started They Walked until dark with- Â¬ Hise Win H 21 acres Uud Walker vv H town lot Harris David 60 acres land 9 10 200 out finding any steam car- - or reaching Welch I N town lot 200 a town and being tired oat thev de- Jordan Win non res 3 acres land 50 Lewis G o non re- - 55 acres land cided to lie down by the side of the K1RKSV1LLE IKRCINCT NO 7 30 track and wait until Morning which Rcincv Sun K t acres land 300 Adams M F J C guardian Chas Ha- non res 100 acres they did and soon fell asleep A boat Reed gau 40 acrts land J 500 land midnight the through expres- - came Sl Brakeher Geo vv Tay ior Hub A Simpson 070 acres 8io coacte land thiinderingalongai truck the land S 000 Camp eil J lin 3 aent Inos C grade just ahead of where tlie hoys had Campbell 2 210 Cas 57 acres land isare land 250 camped for the night the engineer put late - s acie IOO una 1100 Call ihan Th m is 7 acres land on all steam and the fireman threw the Wilson Joe non re8 acres land 2 HI Eade ohn Wilson Wm M non res 9 acres coal into her as fast as he could handle hn M land 500 iiivel the great headlight flashed V Fowler J Marv ij ac es Ian A 189 Kim rd Wells Mis Kale 61 acres land 50 acres 20 the sparks rolled out of her stack in land 3 120 W Ii 11 acres land 700 clouds while the fire flew from her Kmard Mary A c acres laio 3 l adon Wash R 62 acies land wheels as they slipped on the heavy 5 Lcdiiod Leaider S 79 aces lo grade As she went tearing bv Tom Waiion Wash R 1S03 62 acies 6 o Long I ones S o acu s ioil land awoke and sitting bolt upright with his Mooie C C 43 cie- - land 60 bilging from his head gave Bill a Mai ins I e town lot FLLISIOX NO 4 4 H Bill Bill for God sake kick and cried Miritt VI rs Boone 72 acies Lan- d- 2 000 Adams Strother G 1 acres land ISO wake up ther movin bell and the liist Pieweti Licv A 83 acres land JO AJanis Wm heirs 40 acres Ian 200 load had just gone by -- Life Park Eiiza F io6CTes and 2 2 o Adams E ixsbetO 3 acies land 150 Khodiis Aifed 2 acres Ian 2o Alexander Elizabeth 5 acres land 5 Healiicss Caaaat Be Cared Rhodes Albert 2 acres land Ioj Adkins Louis non res 60 acres Rhodus John E acre land by local applications as they cannot 7 land 400 Ross AlrS 67 acres UaJ reach the diseased portion of the ear Amerine H5l town lot John heirs Robirson Richard non res town There is only one way to cure deafness Baker John inn res 69 acres lot and that is by constitutional remedies 3 lend 300 Smi h Milton acre land DenJaaBaai cau ed by aa Meowed conloo Bush Martha 101 acres land 700 acre and issey oe R aoa res dition of the mucous lining of the Eus- Buiier John W 62 acres land 5 800 Warren Artlur 2 acres land tachian Tube When this tula- is in- Butler Elisabeth 62 acres land 300 800 flamed you have a rumbling souid or Burton million PSeCtacT no S John M 40 acres land 300 imperfect hearing and when it is e Burton Sam 5 acres land Adams T B non res town lot 100 tirely closed deafness is the re ult and Blevins Agce Ambrose 4 acres land IOO James 8 acres land 3 - the inflammation is taken out and By bee Ham heirs 3 acres Ian 460 300 Agee Sarah A 38 acres land this tulie restored to its normal condition Cornelison Webster town lot 25 acres land 150 250 book Mr Mildred hearing will be destroyed forever nine Corneilson Elizabeth c acres land 100 Burius lvdia 60 acres land 500 cases out of ten are caused bv catarrh Cballis Tom 200 91 acres land 00 Burton Eliza A 25 acres land which is nothing hut an inflamed condiCasteel Lincoln 3 acres land 700 SO tion of the inncoui- - earns l acres land Conner Pleas 40 acres land 200 Cox John fnon res 400 We will Hundred Dollars for Ualton Edla A 44 acres land 400 300 Cotton Eliza non res 44 acres land anv case of deafness caused by caiaarh Dickerson Frank non res 1 acre Cook Harrison acre land 60 that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh land IOO 100 Cooley Elizabeth 5 acres land Cure Send for areolars non res 90 acres Finney John U 14 acres land 100 Clark Rachel I land Garrett T J 2 acres land 3 o 0 Gruistead Joe P Davis losepii non res 40 acres town lot 5 Tikby dlilggi-t- land Gnn tead Geo W town lot 400 300 Galhgcr Felix 55 acres land 100 300 Foster Leoma 5 acres land n marv Awarded Gardiner Robt i acres land o riiuitryin kt 300 40 ucres ianu est Honors Worlds Fair Gruistead Smlh town lot 400 hain Larkin 6acres land Fletcher Johnson non res 7 acres Jones Taltnn minor 10 acres land land James Charlie 10 acres land 100 Gum W B non ics town lot 200 King Emily I acre land 5 llo hday Man ha Bettie 70 acres King Sam 39 acres land 300 land King F M 67 acres land 300 700 Hughes Minerva 40 acres land Kuhris J E 37 acres land 800 Harvey Norris 17 acres land IOO Lee Ehzibelh 10 acres land 100 Lewis Mrs Mary non res non res 60 lleathmsn Joe B acre land 800 acies land s acre land McWhoiter L P alnVr Salhe Heathman Win B IOO Williams 60 acies land Jenning Nancy to acres land IOO McLocklm Andy acres land -200 250 Kelly Bettie 6 acres lend Portwood Chas C 3 acres land acre land 80 150 Kelly Wm T 2 acres land IOO roriwooo lonn 150 Locker James 6 acres land acre laud Locker Wm fohn P 1893 25 acres land and o 0ST PERFECT MADE SHERIFFS Sheriffs Sheriffs Tax Sale acres land Renfro Sanford 10 acres land Sebastian James M 12 acres land Sow rs Win P S 2 aces land Turner Jlarnet 37 acres land Warren Win V 7 acres land Wright Win non res 10 acres land R Agee 43 acres ker II C land Wiley Harvey non re- - 53 acres land COLORED R1CHMOMP rSKCIKCT N I Sheriffs Tax Sale 2 000 land TAX SALE loo too 250 35 50 3 IOO Sarah Sh a u I 1 si l r 70 ot FRESH i JO U - ian 4 MJ Â¬ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lJ i 1 1 1 1 1 1 lu ck-i-- on VV 1 1 - 1 11 1 Â¬ 1 ton 1 1 -- 210 Ballard Lydia heirs I town lot Burgin Maitlia I town lot 3o 5 Hurton Oliver I town lot liurgin Maty heir- - I town lot lireck Hurgoyne town lot Ballard Winston I town lot I 5 o buruam Mary I town lot Burnam Mary 12 acres land 200 Burton Sain Sr town lot Covington Sirah I town lot 3 Chenault Robt town lol 150 Oo Oarniichnel John I town lot 1C0 Cornelison Ed I town lot Wm I town lot loo Dillingham Los town lot 400 Embry Mary I town lot Embry Rebecca I town lot 55 E lison Jack I town lot 40 Estill Robt I town lot Fife Sarah town lot 25 Centiy Charlie heirs town lot IS are town lot Gordon Caroline heirs GibsoB ohn I town lot 410 200 Huguely Georgia Ann I town lot Harris Hen town lot 300 200 Irvine Henry I town lot Irvine Anderson town lot lo Irvine Joe I town lot 3 200 Irvine Mariah I town lot town lot omb Steve heirs 300 Martin Irvine I town ot 3 town lot Mickey Joe W 4 000 Mathews Nannie I town lot io Miller H D tows lots 55 Miller 11 I guardian Lucy Miller 6 acres land 2 Miller etcher 6 town lots Miller Letcher guardian Lena Phelps heirs t town lot Mitchell Mary I town lot 4 too Newman Louisa 40 acres land Phelps Lena I town iot Iirss Shell town lot 5 Ri e Geo Ailnir lien Blackweil I town lot 450 Rice Geo agent Siilie Jirm is town 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Prion e o n White Richard 3 cres laid YaVs J ff town lot o 6 GL VD IMF ix r livh G rge acre land I town lot Blj the W Illy the E zti 23 Seres land livth S Iney acre land Klvth- D1V114 acres land lirooks Huinuhrev I a re lali ISronaugh Charlie 4 acres iand Rronaagh Caleb 59 acres land Elrj ih 3 acres land ere land ilaxier Richmond 15 daxt r Richmond a nt Mahals White sO acres Ian Bur nan Chan S I acre Ian I liu nam Dudley heir- - h acres land iu nam Nancy 16 acre- - land lijdlard Howard acies land Ualard Monrie I town lot Bennett Wm non res 2 acres land lenn tt Chadweil 2 acres land Crigkr Kittv acre land Crigler Wm acre land Campbell Coia 10 acres land Dcnnv Isaac 2 acres land Denlum Wm non res 14 acres land Dcwitt Tom acres land Kile Harry 2 acres old Gentry Mat 4 acic s land Gentry Joe 2 acres land lientry John 3 acres land lairis Wn 2 acres land Ingram Phillip 3 acres land Miller David 2 acres land Martin Easier 26 acres and Vluriri sam 1 acres laud 11 1 1 1 1 1 MEATS H IOO 3ATJWmJNCAN80LD STANDI V- - V will always ke su- fr aaJJe a M the CtsOJceal Meats ami Ioiil- - 2 130 o 5 trv lt the iioH r ami Lard Chickens otc cf lurk - Latiil as lvv Vi al a- S lvv--- t will sell at pri - rlie 120 150 13 We alao continaw to handle Farm Pnxluci- of all kiml- ei s Diik- - Fl- - tmI your Tiirkt ys Cliickeiis will tim us at J W Duiicairs old taiul tir t iloo w dras tori Main tivet ---- S t t Oritur Yo Haoait- - loo 30 3 500 5 -- 5 S 200 IOO 5 250 200 4 25 I PRICES IU Clotlung 50c 01 tlie S at tlie Cincinnati Cheap Store Toots 50c on the S at A Felds First Street CTJT J W MAY CO 000 IOo 7 via VI i 1 in W 11 c l icr- - a i ei Isaac IcVk W 11 I 1 acre Ian to All lot Jinn F 4 acres Ian Fey ton lien 4 acres land iCi s Anderson 2 aci land acrFainter land o - Richm n acres sad Win 2o SCDi a tunpsun An e o I cr laol i e1 50 5 s 250 10 Is Io 35 s VV vV a aro acr an er Vndcrsou 20 acres land J 1 ui 1 a te A i ik 11 J ic es ln ran loo loo 2 - ian vm nd 1 lot -- 1 1 1 lth 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rhodes Dave town lot Rhodes Lsveuia town lol Stone Minerva town lot Sheppard lharhe I town lot Smith Hocker town ljt town lot Simpson loms Smith Emanuel town lot Shackelford Joe town ot Tribble John t wn lot Terri James town lot Turner Dan Sr town lot Turner Dan Jr town lot Turner Bob town lot Tonilin Harry I town lot town lot lay or Millie 1 1 1 1 Vnite La Woiie hi J VV 11 k 3 11 aued ens- 4 2 11 45 la id 1 65 5 jei ry heirs e 2 500 5 30 400 400 2 o An ticarst J 6 acres anu ser John ic 11 W k vne 4 a res land ore Geoi t 3 o c- - Ianl Waits sa ai d ui i race 2 YUs us jni vV 1 11 sCs Shoes u UOc en tlie S S S at the Cincinnati Cheap Store A I 8 Bats 50c en the Caps 5Qc on the at at S Felds First Street Stcr2 S te Cincinnati Cheap at A A Furnishing Goods 50c on the NO 7 Felds First Street Felds First Street kisksvillb rasci 1 CI 40s 3 tie A ex j acres iaid land Glovss 5Cc on the 50 IOO IO at the Cincinnati Cheap Store 400 IJfO a aid Jessie IVnney Clmore Kobi acre 1 lck 2 1 1 sen land scrrt lana Overcoats go at your own price at Ill I town lol 4 300 50 1 rs -- 1 1 So 1 1 Taylor Frank town lot Williams Sa lie town lot Walker Owen town lot Walker Tom heirs lovvn Lit Wells Fannie I town lot Wright Wm i town lot White Frank town lot Willis Edna town lot Wells oe town lot Wheeler Lizzie town lot Walker Robt i town lot Wingtielii Dow town lot Walker Robt town lot White Adams heirs town lot Walker Nancy town lot Willis Lizzie town lot Whitaker J O non res town lot Yates llnllis town lot ates Maggie town lot 1 1 1 1 400 201 IOO 45 200 Und did r Dan acre land vloran Marv own lot Moberly George htir town lot vluipin Win J acres iand Lucy 2 acres land Richardson Henr town lot Sinilh Page 4 acres land Win 6 acres 1 IOo 200 Trunks at your own price at Cincinnati Cheap Store loo lOO IOU IOO COME AND SEE ME I 3 sheaici Crave I town lot Turner Jack 6 acres land Turin r Tom S acres land Willis Grant 7 acres land MILLION PKKCINT NO 200 iOO 210 I5o 8 WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ask some of 300 4 35 3 3 35 1 1 1 i 1 - VV 1 1 Ir foxtown rRKUK r so 2 Iientley Mary 8 acr s land Bogie Dave 4 acres land avid 6 acres laud Cbcaault Cbenash Ande soi 3 acres and Chenault lem 20 acres land Chenault Wyatt 3 acres land Chenault Charlie non res 6 acres land Chenault Letcher acres land Chenault Sam 2 acres land Hagan John II 20 acres land Hootia Mariah non res 6 acies land Jones James to acres iand Karr Harry heir- - 7 acres and Lise Fuller heirs 2 acres land Million Mark 2 acres land Ray Judy acres land Smith Scott 3 acres land Turner Win 4 acre- land White James 15 a res land I 1 - i5r 3 5 20C 5 IOI IOO 5 Bogie Squire iS acies land Broad us Robt lo acres ilroaddus Miranda 2 acres land Ilarnes Mauah b acres land Huiton Peter 25 acres land Crews Armstead 25 acres land Clark Tom 6 acres land Davis Marv J 12 acres land Green Lloyd 4 acres la d Mundv Mi lie heir- - 2 acres land Million Rube 4 acres land Mitchell Marv heir- 27 acrts land Park- - Anderson ll acres land Parks Frank 4 acres land Turner Cash 6 acres land Turner James 3 acres land Warren Irvine Sr acre land Williams James b acres land Wiiis Ike acre land 1 1 If 1 you do net believe what I say o your own 300 friends who have bought goods from me and they will tell you the same 50 IOO 60 bo IOO IOO 200 150 5 TH CINCINNATI CUP STORE 5 20 bo sO FIRST STREET IOO loo ICK City Proper 18c 11 1 p A 100 5 5 5 iFOR m FELD Proprietor d It you need haidwaaa nils 5 300 IviuN Brock John Cole Emma MtBCINCT no 3 5 5 SALE I have a Fine New Residence si uated on Broadway and s me very 1 1 1 acres land town lot Covington Robt town lot Deallierage Ris acre land Douthett Aaron acre and Evans Sallie acre land Oldhasajake 0 acres land Wilson F oreuce land 11011 rJvnruTnruvjxruTjjinnnjajTnriJxruuri hoea avis rtarneaa c chains or farming implements I f any kinI call s eoQara intlerv 5 or 2 - 20 150 100 I Kir iron - Wacfcsmith jo 200 - 5 5 DSRAt3U LOTS h cru TJTXUTJTj uxnrLrvru LrLnrLnxtj J res acres s different streets in the best neijjlili r A- ii ods in town uses and lots on oulilic comers A so ots suitable r Liven stables Mule Sheds Studl Peas or Manu factories or lurh r descr ution call on I i I The I Uucan I Chilled Plow I orun fuuuym rLruirLTLn 1 VV rLTLruxruT HlIsniN ISallew Se a IRKCINCT NO 4 I VV 1 1 1 1 1 Â¬ - Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Iiikmv i 1 I 1 1 mm CREAM DR 1 acre land Iallew Sena 6 icres land BalleW Prank 30 acres land Mend ii acres and Collins San nacre land Covington Howard 2 acres land Chambers Wilds acre land Chenault Jennie 7 acres land Est ill J oli n 3 acies nil E till Doll ace land Estill Henrv S acres land Ie a acre and Estill Charlie 40 acies land Francis Simpson acre land Faulkner Ed non re- - 4 acres land Grubbs Wm 2 acies land Green I laden 1 town lot Hume Susan 3 acres land II ickct Tom acre land Harris G cen 2 acres land Harris Martha 36 acres land llatton Green 3 acres land Iiv ine Christopher 7 acres land Johnson Richard 20 acres land Kavanaujjh joe 3 acres land Mayo Landen 2 acres land Miriam iientley 6 acres land Miller Milt 6 acres land Phelps George 22 acres land Roy ton Henry 20 acres land Reed George 7 acres land Stone Cyrus 8 acres land White Jarrett 3 acres land acre land acre Rachael G nonres land Yates Rachael 2 acres land R 1 1 1 1 o FARLEY BROSrDsecidedly L rtn nn rtrtp H IOVVHl 200 IOO io atCli si i N I 2 BtrhiTiaTid iTTtJiuuuuxruuij inAJxruuu uiruojxrb arc aad Croccrr Firm la the MULES FOR SALE VVe 51 50 nnnnnn nsmruxn nxunrLan u jvp um gjxrirLnruTjTjxirij Salt 5s 3 oVVl ten 50 50 5 mi rs for ha jo u 3 vear s Anions them of matched mi T CUKTIS S P ROSS F oll ork several -- sihl 01 5 IOO IOO 5 5 IOO 5 4 5 Krk-v-- i le Kl S - ware At tresii groceries 5 iine of asjaaaaV 5 b J lime t cevery kind rati lr-i- clxixrinnj 3s imuuiniijurirLrinjTjxfinj Administrators Sale As AMii nistrator of II B Baldwin and E Baldwin I hercbv notifv all ner Ons hav ilg claims against the entases of sai- decedents or either of ttjem to present them tome properlv verified tor pav irent Unless present d on or before the 1st dav of October 1895 thev wid be bar red WOOD ON MASTERS VV Â¬ -1 si 5 Th o t ortjxnuri 3 cement lie bought at I 0 till MMlfrlil CEiiCELJiXJLiii H L al IrtJrMSmnz Tll r- - I z nr il aJ 5 S GREATEST CLEARANCE EVER Now is SALE 200 SP IM 50 5 w HE s s Administrator Mils FORE KNOWN TO THE PEOPLE OP MAO- aw s iKROL NDING COUNTIES the time to buy Our low picei will enable you to put goods away for future Use -s- 5 IOO River laioii 20- Farmjor Sale piivatelv mv farm con j acres oi land over IS Mens Suits worth St T Men b 200 I offer for sale lei Us S 5 5 YATES PRECINCT NO 5 IOO 1 Broaddus Jennie 10 acres land Collins George 200 acres land 2 acres land acres land Davis Ci fton 4 acres land Digu- acres land s James 7 acres iand Finney Susan 16 acres land Francis Edwin 10 acres land and which is bottom All 01 said land i and rei v productive Said farm id led on the Kentucky river at the o 01 Drowning Cresk and hat s good weather boarded log house also a goinl barn and ratraj orchard and is well wa terrd I also h ive j corn some wotk mules work cattle and iouig saddle mare on sale at the farm Will sell the farm on liberal terms r or address nie at the Climan oifi e Richmond Kr Cm Si - i r s Suit worth c for j o Men Sin tor Beys Suis worth Bo4 Kr srorta 17 Me Overcoat worth Bovs Overcoats worth 50 for ts- - fr ii rth for 74 cents 0 for 5- J 3 Mens Shoe S worth 50 for s cents worth 4 cents 7 -- lip mm mm Mens Boots 500 T lo dl worth i ershirts worth qo lor coc h 35 cents JO - cents ocer 200 Cantor Flannel at Calico at 4 cents a vard cents rd for i5 ifg 3336 THOSTMORPF Men ard 1 Corneilison Robt 7 1 5i sC R0BT THOMSON Breeder and Dealer in eara at 3 cents BAKING 1 r EARED HIMALA1 KE cent 5 nmm 1 IT-month A new iot it vour own price until worth 10 you r 1 1 5s 4 new YORK 8T0RE3 er Free - iking Powder BBSSBSnt HSI fiid ClIMaX V Precinct No 2 Powell county will vote ou local option Saturday March ftth - KK ir fjiacf this tax - Mf iilice to tfk trtitil The citizens ol have established a uon board im urance asen- is cy and will roi submit to the extortion f tire luaurauc combine is a Kentuckian and God forgive him RepnhlicaQ Thanking you in advance for your trouble believe me sir 1 am a PERSONAL Miss Sallie Steele of Nicholaaville is visiting friends here Wm F Schooler and wife returned from Mt Sterling on Saturday night Musis Juo Steele and Todd Scott of Nicholasville were among oar Court day visitors Mrs Marv Stewart is visiting relatives in Rockcastle county and attending to some legal business LMiw Mary Ixni Smith of Nicholas ville is the guest of Miss Rosa Lee Al verson on High street Miss Jennie Ford who has been spend- Â¬ ing some four weeks in Clark county re- Â¬ turned Sunday evening E E Hogg attorney and Mr Breeding froui Booneville Kentucky are attending Circuit Court here Miss Mattie Brown of Greensboro South Carolina is spending a few days with her brother M G Brown Mrs B L Middelton has returned to Richmond after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs D N Sharp Shelby Sen- Â¬ tinel Mrs Florence Crawford and bright little daughter Pansv of Clark county are the guests of Mr and Mrs Theo Hacker on Smiths Summit Mieses Nettie Corman and Vergie Minor returned to their home in Jessa mine countv after a pleasant visit to relatives in this city Mr Ab Oldham of the firm of Old- Â¬ ham v Bro of Mt Sterling spent Sun day ami Monday in this city Me re- Â¬ ports a thriving business NyMiss Nettie Hume of Irvine came down Monday She was en route to Frankfort where she goes to visit relatives Rev Clay Lilly and family r i Mill W R Shackelford Daniel Bieck and Waller Bennett of Richmond came down last week to attend the German Frankfort Capital Feb 1st Mr John L Alverson and wife nee 7Iiss Maud Marshall of Washington City were the guests of the formers mother Mrs Mattie Alverson last week Mr French Tipton willas we have been informed be assigned to dutv as ganger He has had at Silver Creek this week a vacation of about three months dura- Â¬ tion Misses Mamie Tipton anil Ester Wilson two of Mt Sterlings most attractive young ladies spent Sunday and Monday in this city the guest oi Miss Dovie Parrish Ben F Wilcox Hugh Riddel Judge H C Lilly S L Tudor M M Miller Chas Rice Roly Witt and many others of Estill counties business men were visitors here Monday Mr Thomas Parks of Fayette was a caller at the Climax office Court day and renewed his subscription On March 1st he will move to Pinkard Woodford county Mrs L Z Taylor left ve6terday on a visit to her brothers Eli and Milton Simmons and other relatives in Western Missouri She will be absent six weeks Zack says he will live at home during her absence Mi88 Pauline Smith who has been visiting Mrs S S Deering has returned Lee S Baldwin Counto Richmond tv Clerk of Clark county will wed Miss Calimese daughter of Mr Walter Cali- inese on Feburarv 14th John H of Millers Creek and Jesse H Smith of Donnelly in Estill county were in town Monday havfng sold a raft of logs to the High Bridge Lumber Company Mr Estes is a prominent Demo- Â¬ crat of Estill and Mr Smith is a popular Republican and Postmaster at Donnellv Nicholasville Democrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EDUCATIONAL The County Teachers Association which will meet in the Caldwell High School Building text Saturday promises to bethe most inten sting and largely attended meeting of the year Every teacher in the county should lie present and take in the exercises One important feature of the occasion is the election of the conductor of the Teachers Annual In- Â¬ stitute There are several applicants for this position and the selection of the proper one will require careful consideration Dinner will lie served in the build ing for those from the country Â¬ Â¬ WASH I GUI S LETTER This aide bone lies beside the rump and GEMW OF THOUGHT Trom oar regular correspondevt the morsel can be taken out without separating the whole bone Proceed in Thonght and theory mnst precede all the same way with the other side Louis- action that moves to salutary purpo ville Post vet action is nobler in itself than either thought or theory LITERARY NOTES To know a man that can be trusted will do more for ones moral nature than Harpers Bazar for January 12th is a all the books of divinity that were ever brilliant number containing in addition written to its beautiful fashion features a strong He that cannot forgive others breaks article by Miss Craee H Dodge on Wo the bridge over which he must pass men and the Public Schools In view li for every man has need to be of the recent agitation of this inifiortant forgiven subject and Miss Dodges connection Hunan nature ia so cn iituted that with it a personal statement of her atti all see and judge lietter in the affairs of tude and views is timelv and interesting other men than their own A charminglv graphic picture accompa When we are out el sympathy with nies Mr K Bensons description of The the lung then I thiuk our work in this Creek Dance at Megara and An ver Evening with Trilbv indicates a pleaa There are two abuses f public prayer ant way of entertaining ones gm s this winter when Trilbys star is in the as- whii h are shameful The first is the The Baziis fashions are pri el dilation of ones own goodness cendant Lord Thou knowest I have laliored and superb Sables and velvets and brocades gowns and wraps elegant enough to tempt praved thus and thus tne nacoai hi the royalty are furnished to our republican confession at other DCOftii Lord princesses by Sandoz and Chapus their Th ill seest how cold and how worldly designs being from the finest Worth some of our Church members are models The numlier has also the tirst Arkansas Methodist part of a storv in two parts by Marion Harland A Fin lie Meek Prodigal Â¬ inwittitlv MMliM 11--- t pricea Uraaaaaw K UaMafJnftava Mini the ia Tan Baptist Hurvli Sunday in this f m Ll J l tsinj on last Kri rurreis Very respectfully yours J No S Puhtkr P M The above was handed us by one of Whew Jeems m Kiver said lr f G Hoflj Saturday morning and our resisted citizens and re immedi upon lliat immediately retired for a afcntt ately put the name of Mr Morris on onr li t and boa he may long live w ink of about and en trty da joy news from old Madison through the The larpe saw mill of the Center columns of the Climax IuinUr Company Clay City Matted Krvival n Irttgam their saw sauaiii last week They have The Metlnxlist criurch South of Ir a fite stock ol ks on hands under the pastorate of Kev Fred The Favette county Grand Jury re yiie Jones has been undergoing a great re- Â¬ quire more time in which to romi-U-tvival Manv pcnoH have experienced tl situations and Judge Parker Vlll Iuruian to hateidlil-i- - myi uutnn iie ru fe sauctified v Â¬ Â¬ i il eiMieiwBtj I lii kills such p nrcetown has - and the D our pe- ugh town on nanfcfait reported ten- iii frozen icthere ak timber at 80 - a ford of the Theo- He will preach resbj teriaa churcli next at the usual hours to attend ery at Silver run to its full capacity run for several rea Ixwlge So W M - Meant Bennett and Nana business this J M nt J BoenS K W Botii- - WituTreas d J D Inii i J A whose ar- MB- - nniiac the was made at i i - the v an examining to jail without r damaging rial fr in I Kenr - this place the for and is ered -- h k U- lietween ended Sat- alerrmated wandeie1 i H t on the go loudlv ring Wuuhes re on the first rectory on the public interest and r no means at Information I card re will tf i the 4 the irl Bv the advice of his tlxrarilv placed the aK-r in tlie hands Henrv P Cartright and L 1 to le able to it ration t health has leen reported that he is somewhere wanly Caart lie the business ofthe pa in Mexico v I The following orders were passed at well cared for A special dispatch to the Enquirer the February term of the Countv Court d from Islington on the 3rd inst Hfl held Mondav the 4th instant with a little boy was going A rather novel supper will be served in N C Thompson was granted mer Â¬ tsking for lxington one dav next week At a chants licensed to sell liquors by the of the little nut well known educational institution a quart at his store house at Jacksons in giving boaM steaks will Ik-- enjoyed bv a Ferrv the worthy and distressed poor A horse that is four vears favored few W M Iiogie licensed to sell liquors as a earani e o this man was such old and alisolutely sound has lieen se distiller i fairly at his residence ou Paint Lick cured and will be killed A well known Madison county iit and suspicion veterinarian will prepare the horse for The poor ye have al- James M Bow man licensed to sell the butcher Oh vou and makes it a duty to the identities The Dame of the host and liquors as a distiller at his residence as of the guests will not be it for impstors the law directs made public James R Henry licensed to sell liquor ol will open in The Board of Supervisors of tax for as a distiller as by law directed at his ling nexl Mondav Hoiis Madison county closed their labors and residence am and W B smith will de delivered their certified report to the Sam House distiller licensed to sell addresses as will also City County Court on Monday the 4th inst P II vullivan liquor at his residence near Merrill The Richmond A recapitulation of their work shows the will Ik in attendance and Wm Biuton M Ladwf and I M following result Increase of tax on at iroK r interva Scrivner were appointed appraisers of lands whites i40o decrease BM the le there wili be a parade estate of Martha Harris colored increase 302t town loth reels whites increase JoK7J0 C W Bogie filed his bond for the coldecrease 1000 - are requested to Meet at the town lots colored increase j 700 de lection of school tax in School District hiiiiding at half past eight crease 400 personalty w bites increase No 4 with W P Johnson and Ceo E li citizens of the j 410 decrease 1530 cash notes Anderson as sureties Approved rlialiv invited to attend the monev ou deposit etc whites increase On motion of Albert surety on SiWi colored s00 excess of increase the bond of Wm Kelly as guardian of el to mm in the pre alter deducting decrease S1130 Virtie Sinithhart Wm Kelly was ruled s that a mishap has befallen Prof to appear in court within ten days from Representatives W C P Breckin- Â¬ - FvfOjnM and Canine Paradox ridge of Kentucky and Heard of Mis- date of service of this rule and execute Dtireif sliove-l by fire at its souri had a disgraceful encounter on the a ne w bond or he will be removed as - in Bio Ind floor of the House last Fridav The guardian of said Vertie Sniithhart oinits to alniut member from Kentucky was endeavorWUNMM BELLS a wide reputa- - ing tv force attention of the Speaker and by the little House to some resolution relative to the A E Brown and Miss Alberta McKiu itlre Cniteil Stutes The Hawaiian question which action was ney of the Paint Lick neighborhood huge stoe usel to Ironi a resented by the member from Missouri liiiilung where the animals who in accordance with previous arrang were married last week kept 1 attending the ments was presenting matters relative to The following At Home cards have lie - it i to have been ex- - the District of Columbia he lieing Chair been received by the relatives and tgony man of the Committee on this District friends of Mr Parrish here g animals could lie heard for Not liking the persistent action of Mr Mr Robert Lee Parrish Breckinridge he called the previous Miss Lucv A Nelms v i kindly piiblish the question which according to parliamen married a snbscril tarv usage shuts of debate and by this January twenty eighth We have nvntlv heard of a case action tailed down upon himself the eighteen hundred and ninety five ling uian who paid his ad- - epithet of cur and scoundrel to which Los Angeles California a lady thinking she was he responded by calling his opponent a At home Upon this efforts were made by it finding that she was not at liar MM Downey avenue Not only Mr Breckinridge to attack Mr Hurd Msel his attentions after February loth ut has been engaged in circulat- - physically which was prevented by p irta deroftatory to the ladvs friends rushing between Speaker Crisp fDavid McCord and Ifiaa Nannie Hav- to deu accompanied bv Mr and Mrs John preheiisi at once ordered the Sergeant-at-Ariu- s character i the erson guiltv should lie bring the two members before the bar Thorpe went to New Albany Ind last ashamed h people in of the House where apologies were weeuan1 were married ine groom is By reso- Â¬ iweiiiy tnree years old ano me nnoe We want through the col- - made and the affair dropped the Ciimv to warn him lution the whole matter was expunged only sixteen Both are members of from the records mimnoa t his conduct some of Madisons liest families The Mr and Mrs John married couple Ai Biiiv King Cot sty Washisgtox 1 Thorpe who accompanied them eloped January 2oth lh on magazines published last fall to the same place and were mar- Â¬ Kirltniortd Kentucky in America none give such value for the Toilettes the March edition of I enclose monev order for ried Mrs Thoipe is a sister of David iHtarSir which is now to hand This nnmUr ilar for which will you please have McCord who is the gentleman who pro- Â¬ tested so vigorously when she went 1 consists of 32 pages of elegant half toi Mr Geo J Morris the We It must be catching engravings which furnish IM illustr UolA Btftr puolished in old away wish the young couple much joy and tions of the new spr that the Richmond long happy Uvea together Mr Ceo J Morris is my father-in-lain use The designs are V original having been specially ami left old Kentucky about 45 years ago - Dr Ira Brown Oldham of Speed- prepared for this magazine by the liest for Oregon He used to live in the vicinity v are the most approved of Richmond and as he is getting old we well this county was married to Miss work rooms of want to have him read a paper published Marv NewUtnd daughter of Rev Chris- and the bent from the Wort Mayer Vilet in Richmond the home of his early topher Newland a prominent Baptist Pingat Hon net and other distinguished French manhood He like all old people likes minister of near Stanford ou the even- fashions of to talk of olden times and I hope von will ing of January 50th at the residence of toe world Among its illustrations are do me this favor to please the old gentle- - the brides pa ents The bride belongs prominent families in at variet an I suppose all or nearly all of to one of t v n s ttionc that be used to know have panned Lincoln countv and the groom has reby the score He Mnl wav but be will find many things that lations henreception a hop of ex Got le of bridal will refresh his mind and furnish food brother-in-iasues mournit settle Arkansas The happy costumes tea gowns etc A striking for thought of ye olden tyu- tor has down at Speedwell whe 1 do not know what the paper the elegant oense im- - cost a vear but kindly ask the manager built up a larRe and paying practi intent of dress-- to tell roe is per vear and Peweli fc Tarley Are yon inured is soon as I hear Asa maanrii 3 Â¬ I i Â¬ Â¬ Yosenute Casey of this set ion 11 e ever rri8 a fire arm In fact lie is such an expert at throwing rocks neeos iieuuer gun nor ntie to The mill formerly the property of bring down his game He killed dosene me iumoer o win commence i quail dunng the season and Vlster- ing inimemateiv 1 lie av canne1 t he elinnr hv going fox new tirm have logs enough now in their ioom t hunting and bringing back a fine red fox keep the saw at work for several mouths that he killed with a rock Mr Eatea has only one eye but that is a good one Dr Povnter of Science Hill Shelby Courier Journal vilie Ky will preach at the Methodic church next Snndav morning and evenA barky Had ing The sacrament will be admin George W Maupin an ex jailer of immediately after the morning services Riclunond died several years ago hav Caswell W Ttihble has resigned his ing his lite insured in the Penii Mutual position as clerk in the Second National Life Insurance Company The policy Bank at this place Mr Tribble has was thrown aside with a lot of old pabeen a fait if til officer He has been suc Â¬ pers which they thought had expired ceeded hv Mr Cabell H Chenault a son several months before his death The policy was taken from its place of con of David Chenault Sr cealment and fell into the hands of Cook John A Noland who lives on the Potls the agent who found that there waters of Muddy Creek about a halt was an extension of Mt y days and Maumile alwive letts distillery caught a fine pin died one month liefore the extension large otter in a double spring steel trap expired There is now flViOO coming to and exhibited the pelt in the Climax his heirs of w hih there are several otlice Mondav morning Seasalioaal street Figkt Mrs V B Smith last week met Lexington Ky Jan IIO Yesterdav with a painful and serious accident It will be remeinlK re by her friends that afternoon at 1 oclock a sensational street the lady suffered from a dislocation of fight occurred on Main street between the right wrist last fall Now from a ex Mayor J Hull Davidson and Charles fall on the ice she sutfersfrom an C Moore the editor ot The Blue Crass oblique fracture of the same arm just Blade The fight was brought alout by a severe criticism two weeks ago in The above the injured wrist Blade of Davidsons career as city colAIout teu lying correspondents of lector When Davidson met Moore he Cincinnati Northern and Eastern pa said Youve slandered me now fight Iers located in different parts of the He then dealt Moore a heavy blow on State have done more during the past the left eve drawing blood Moore jab year to taint the reputation of Kentucky lied FJwvidaoa in the face and they clinchthan can le lived down in twenty years ed Davidson broke away and drew his pistol when several persons rushed in Bourbon News and separate them Both men were Correct vou are Davidson gave bond but Charley Moore the heathen editor arrested Moore refused to allow bond to lie given of the Blue Crass Blade is probably in for him and was locked up it for a libel suit on account of having openly charged 1 Hull Davidson with Court Day Nots having appropriated the citys money Aliout 400 cattle were on the market It is said that it does not make any dif- mostly of interior quality The demand ference whether the cnarge be true or was good Most all changed hands at the publication is libilons prices ranging from l to U cents accordPrnf K I Davis of this county has ing to quality Wm Arnold sold 2 been placed on the staff ot the Register mules as assistant editor He brings with him I to 16 hands high extra fine and fat a newspaper exjerieiice having lieen a at 7750 per head Ciresondeut lor several city papers for Aboal 40 good work mules sold at an a long time and will without doubt fall average price of 153 to 70 into the routine of business as though There was a fair demand for good tothe manor b ri Wewish im success at the fashionable low prices in his new field of duty There were a number of brier field1 -- The stockholders of the Estill County on Jockev Row and prices m Bank have decided not to resume ranged from 75 cents to J0 business The receivers have had the The cold wind blew most of the men to safe and other furniture removed and re the hot stoves and the day being a very the building Cashier McDowell disagreeable one little business was in the meantime continues silent and his transacted wherealsmts are still a matter of uncerSmall crowd in town tainty to the hank officials although 1 in Fayette riled an indictment against Hull Davidson ex r having on his person con- ceale1 weapons during his late encount- er Wltl alitor Moore Thetirand Inrv fr cont- Hr fere A - h t Vm Rafk- - 8 xx hunter l1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ The Madison County Teachers Asoci- ation will meet in Richmond Saturday February Hh Opening Exercises Rev W F Smith Welcome Address the President Response J W Van Winkle Our Ariel of Poets a study in Shelley Mrs A R Bourne Paper It Lee Davis Ocean Aristocrats Mrs Mary Williamson Ideal Home Life Mrs W H Miller Dinner Method vs Matter W S Griffith Teachers and Teaching Jesse Cobb Not less the Book but more the Pupil J W Waldrop How to secure Punctuality G W Stockton Calisthenics in School Miss Kate Cod- Â¬ ington Exercises begin at 10 a m in the chapel of Caldwell High School All trustees aud teachers of Public Schools in the county are cordially invited to he present All who expect to atteud will please notify the Vice President J D Clark Richmond Ky Â¬ Â¬ Questions for the Reading Circle will be distributed at the Association next Saturday It is presumed that every member of the Circle has the books and is prepared for the questions if not there is no time for delay m Superintendent Thompson says As for the payment ot the remainder of school funds it is impossible to name a day when it can certainly lie done The Fiscal officers can give no information upon which I can rely Miss Alice Arnold one of the most enthusiastic and progressive teachers in the county is visiting her sister Mrs Elkin in Louisville and has also visited several of the public schools of that city Miss Arnold is always on the alert for new methods which she never fails to appropriate if she can use them to her purposes WHEN THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY WILL DIE Â¬ sit DIED Handy wife of James Handy ot Waco on the 31st day of Jan- Â¬ uary Mrs Handy was the daughter of James P Denham of the same neighborhood Mrs Handy was about 41 years of age and was the mother of four chil- Â¬ dren Her remains were interred in the old Park burying ground on the Otter Creek pike about four miles from Richmond Mrs Matt Cockrill formerly a resident here died last Friday of consumption at her home in Irvine She had been in feeble health for several months and her decease is not a surprise to her many friends Mrs Cockrill was the loving mother of several children all of whom are provided with homes among rela- Â¬ tives Mrs Cockrill had been for many years a devout member ol the Christian church and leaves a large circle of acquaintances friends and relatives to mourn her loss Mrs Â¬ Â¬ Emma Mr Ed Beeler the bright and popular N young L agent at Glasgow Junction sends The Times the following poem entitled When the Democratic Party will Die We can see just where Mr Beeler is right When the lion eats grass like an ox And the fishing worm swallows a whale When the terapius knit woolen socks And the hare is outrun by the snail When serpeuts walk upright like men And doodle bugs travel like frogs When the grasshopper feeds on hen And feathers are found on hogs When Thomas cats swim in the air And elephants roost upon trees When insects in summer are rare And snuff never makes people sneeze When fishes creep over dry land And mules on velocipeds ride When foxes lay eggs on the sand And women in dress take no pride When Dutchmen drink no lager beer And girls get to preaching on time When billv goats butt from the rear And treason no longer is crime When the hummingbird brays like an ass And limberger smells like colonge When plow shares are made out of glaps And the hearts of true Texans of stone When ideas grow in Republican heads And wool on the hydraulic ram Then the Democratic party will be dead Aud the country wont be worth a Exchange Â¬ Washington D C February 1 1895 President Cleveland would much pre- Â¬ fer thtt Congress would pass a bill either in accordance with the recommendations contained in his special message or with its own ideas of what ought to be done to enable the government to redeem its promises to pay when presented but if Congress does nothiag he does not pro pose to sit idle and see the credit of the government injured by the lack of gold to redeem its notes He has given Con gress a last chance to act but if such leading members of the Senate as Vest aud Sherman do not misjudge the situation the Senate is tied hand and foot and cannot act even if the House passes the bill now before the committee on Banking and Cuirency which nraataaat to carry the recommendations of the President into effect That being the case it mav he set down as certain that President Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle will act They will issue more bonds to get the gold to redeem the greenbacks and Treasury notes under the specie resumption act of 187- and the President has said that he would continue to issue bonds as often as gold is required until Congress relieves the situation by iegislati in As President CU veland and every menAier of the Cabinet understands and construes the presei t laws it is no longer a question ot whether one favors the issue of bonds but ot getting gold which can only lie gotten by bonds Whether Congress authorizes an issue of boadn or not bonds will be ssued When Con gress declines to sinctioii the issue of bonds it is under the circumstances the act of a coward inasmuch as it is shirking the reponsibility that properly be- Â¬ longs to Congress Besides Congress in providing for bonds could accompany it with remedial legislation which would put an end to the gold raid upon the Treasury Chairman Wilson is confident that the bill for the repeal oi the differential duty on sugar from countries which pay an export bounty whii li passed the House by the veiy decisii e vote of 239 to SI will pass the Senate and become a law His confidence is bised upon assurances given hiui by Senators of all parties that they would nmppoit the bill and help to push it through tht Senate The National Board of Trade which held its twenty rifh annual session in Washington this week unanimously en- Â¬ dorsed President Clevelands plan for the relief of the Treasury which is embodied in the financial bill now before the House This actii n is regarded as significant If the National Board of Trade which like Congress is composed of men of different political beliefs and different sections of the country- - can unanimously agree why cannot Congress do the same Congress is being deluged with similar endorsements tele graphed by organizations of business men in all sections The drummeru bill allowing the issue of 5000 mile interchangable rail- Â¬ road tickets at reduced rates now only needs the Presidents signature to be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wet r Mild a jitmaFimC ABSOLUTELY PURE THE 0L0 RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hat stood the Test of Ti MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED -- Mm The January number of the Southern IT TICKLES YOU Magazine the first under the new man Â¬ the INSTANT RELIEF rou oct mom agement is before us The magazine is a work of art and shows the catefnl attention given by the editor and compiler It is a literary gem and is wortiiv a plaea in every home North and Sootb We make no suggestions as to any improv Cramps DUrrlwra Flux Cholera CURES Changes of Wjt nients Onlv one thing in our mind H EALS C is Bums Bruises Scratches Bites of hinders it from at once becoming one of Animals Serpents Bus etc the leading periodicals of the dav This BREAKS UPR Cofch La Gnppe lnfluenja Sore Throat etc olistachle is the name Soithkrx MagaGood Smells Everywhere Tastes Good Does Good every timb zine It savors of sectionalism and de- Â¬ Ho Relief Ma Pa at 25c and 50c Per Botte Sold coDaii tM aadom feawf Utw M 1 ters many would lie purchasers and subO SPRINGFIELD MEDICINE scribers Now while we know that it is fir from being the object of the proprietors to perpetuate a sectional feeling the name appeals to the Southern people alone for patronage and in effect savs to those of the North we can exist and MAYORS FINANCIAL REPORT OP THE CITY OF flourish without your aid Change it to something more appropriate and the February ist 1895 bright winsome and in every way wort by production will by its merits force its way to every fireside Â¬ iiirlillliiiiiiii LIGHTNING HOT DROPS I I Â¬ Â¬ ilium UN oot 00 cuo 00 IT DIFFERENT TASTES Hello Charlev tliree-vear-ol- RESOURCES Ji apparai d Re Estate City Hall arm ir H I said as I took a Value of Hose art Hose Horse and other fire department upon my knee Wheres Uncollected Taxes reported by D R Freeman C your mother Cpstairs in her loom What is she doing Frizzing and kinking up her hair And wheres tne girl Which one Diuah Yes Oh shes upstairs in her own room Well what is 6he doing1 Oh shes trying to get the kinks and frizzes out of Arkansaw her hair Uncollected Bank Tax in Litigation reported by D R Freem - 8011 00 LIABILITIES Outstanding City Vouchers as shwn by ex Mayor Collins published report January 3 i3y4 T r nd Vouchers issued by T Pattie City Clerk to January 14 1395 numbered from 1415 to 156 inclusive 3570 11 Les amount I paid by S S Parks Treasurer 16 as shown by report publiv 3814 3 - inuary Resources in Excess of Liabilities Traveler Attest C D PATTIE Clerk T T COVINGTON Mayor Ivory 60AP p t1 come a law Postmaster Ceneral Bissell is the latest Cabinet victim of the weekly resignation rumor Mr Bissell has not and never had the slightest i lea of resigning and he is entirely at a loss to know why he should have been selected bv those who seem to be under contract to report any impending resignation from the Cabinet at least once a week Only two members of the Cabinet Svretaries Lamont and Herbert have encajied having their names coupled with an alleged contem plated resignation Unless something which is at this time entirely unexpected shall occur there is no probability that anv member of the Cabinet will retire from office until the President does on Â¬ n It Floats BE5T FOR SHIRTS IXE PROCTER HELLO DO YOU 2 t I March laV7 There was little doubt of 4 the final re- Â¬ lng Â¬ i Â¬ - H-tahle lt i i ri Â¬ j Thf Filson wildcat which has gained more newspajier notoriety than any other inhabitant of Powell county is no more After having been the hero of a hundred battles like all other celebrities of the ring his catship on Tuesday met his Waterloo in a contest with a large bull dog the property of James Garrett who went after his Nibs a la Fitzsim mons and before the first round was closed the wildcat census had been re Â¬ duced by one Bruno is the lion of the day and the other dogs of the town have tendered COKKESPONDKNCE him a banquet Bruno will shortly organize a company for the stage and ex- Â¬ ROWLAND pects to rival Jimmie Corbett in popuSmith Foreman went to Livingston larity Sunday AN ACCOMPLISH AS f the deceased it is only necessary to CARVING M ENT Ira Tucker was in Cincinnati a few state that during his residence among us he had gained the respect of all who days last week Miss Anna Collier of Silver Creek is were so fortunate as to make his acIn these revolutionary days when quaintance and made many friends who visiting relatives here this week women are usurping most of mens privEl wood Curd of Pari was here a few with one accord voice the sentiment ileges and prerogatives and are having Clay City Chroni- Â¬ days last week on a visit thrust upon them so many of mens cle H E Carrier and Master Willie of burdens it is eminently fitting and Jellico were visiting relatives here last proper that they should consider the HOW THE APOSTLES DIED week question of carving seriously Not very Below is an account of how Christs many families dine in Russian fashion is winter here in trne style The It from the sidebofjd with the aid of the ground has not been entirely bare of apostles died dignified butler In most households snow for six weeks St Peter was crucified in Rome with R M Campbell grandson of Alexan- Â¬ his head down on a cross similiar to some one has at carve before the eyes of the assembled dinners and it behooves der Campbell preached here last Sunday that used in the execution of Jesus women that they should be able to per- Â¬ morning and evening Andrew was bound on a cross and left form the little rite with grace and skill Mrs Mat Duddreas is very low with to die from exhaustion If they succeed in doing this they may consumption Within the past six months St James the Great was beheaded by do more than heir lords and masters there have been four deaths here caused order of Herod at Jerusalem have often succeeded in doing by this dreadful disease St James the Less was thrown from a A good knife of moderate size and A H Mever hrakeman on the Rich high pinnacle then stoned and finally great sharpness is a necesity The plat- Â¬ mond branch is on the sick list but we killed with a fullers club ter should be piaoad near enough to the are Kai to note tliat he is improving and St Phillip was bound and hanged carver to give her control of it In we ilope to see him able for duty soon against roast pieces such as loins breast fore a pillar and the like the butcher St Bartholomew was flayed to death by quarters should have lieen instructed to seperate command of a barbarous king THE SAME HERE the joints so that carving may not be St Matthew was killed with a halbert impossible In carving beef mutton Hon C M Clay Jr is Montgomery St Thomas w as shot by a shower of ar-Â¬ lamb and val thin smooth neat slices countys favorite tor Governor They rows while at prayer and afterwards run are desirable They should always be like the statesman better than the state through the body with a lance cut across the grain taking care to house politician hence Clay is their St Simou was crucified after the man- Â¬ pass the knife tiroiigh to the bones of choice Gen Hardin has been a moth ner of Jesus the meat around state house candles for many In carving a leg of mutton the best Mark was dragged through the streets years he is a shrewd politician and slices are obtaired from the center and of Alexandria until he expired will make a strong race but the age de- Luke was hanged on an olive tree in the next best from the broad end The inands more statesmen and fewer pol- pieces from the part next the knuckle G reece iticians and Mr Hardin will be retired are apt to be dry A sirloin of beef John died a natural death to private life along with the rest of yields its best slices from the end near state house gang Montgomery County Paul was beheaded by command of the tenderloin If it is cut through in Times Nero this part the pieces must be fairly thick The Modern Invalid Judas fell and his bowels crushed if long thin slices are desired it should be cu acr Has tastes medicinally in keeping with out In carving turkey or chickeu place other luxuries A remedy must be pleasBarnabas was stoned to death bv Jews the head to th right cut off the wing antly acceptable in form purely whole Â¬ nearest then the leg and then the sec some in composition tiuly beneficial in Lightning Hot Dropa ond joint then slice the breast until a efTect and entirely free from every obWhet a Funnv Name round piece appears Insert the knife jectionable quality If really ill he con Â¬ Very True but It Klila All Pain between that and the bone and sepa Â¬ sults a physician if constipated he uses Sold Everywhere Every Day rate them lh s ia considered the best ntle family laxative Syrup of Figs Without Relief There ia No Pay I part of the birl Next comes the mer- All lira Iosms paid by Powell ft Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ resquies-cat-in-pea-Â¬ sult after the House adopted by I vote of 1SS to 121 the special order reported from the committee on Rules for the consideration and final vote on the Reilly Pacific railroad funding bill but the debate was spirited and occasionally bitter in the extreme and words were uttered which left wounds which will rankle for manv day There is now every reasou to believe that Secretary Greshams very proper effort to meditate between Mexico and Guatemala will result in a peaceful of the dispute between settlement notwithstanding those two nations the sneers of that class of Re- Â¬ publicans who would oppose the Lords prayer if it emanated from the administration Speaker Crisp has resumed his duties He says he was greatly benefitted bv his short rest The How gate trial opened this week but so far there have been no sensational developments ft OAMBIE CO CINiT NEW ADVERTISEMENTS claims against the etate of Thomas Smith will present the same proved as the law requires to the undersigned Administrators and they will be paid This must be dore on oi All persons having before the first Mondav in April next W D AG A SMITH 3S 36 NOTICE Almrs Thomas Smith LIST OF LETTERS Bowman Mollie Bressett M 11 Bud sell Bvrd Chenault Willie Chenault Eliza Comer Ambrose Cubbius Will Cleghorn C A Householder Milton Jones Sharlet Taylander E Une M S W C Miller Ollie Prye J Million R B McCarley N Percy B Owens Riley 2i Strauss Sam White Walker lvdia in it WEAR PANTS If you do you want to come to our great Are you in it Powell Powell insurance Turley If not get Dont wait until you are burned il out 32 3- Turley Fire li a good servant but a bad Powell ft Turley master The Central Methodist official organ of the West Virginia Ky and Louisville Conferences of the M K church South is one of the exchanges of the Climax and it is regarded as authority by us on all matters pertaining to the churches in the territory where it circulates The veteran editor Zephaniah Meek is a wide awake man and keeps himself in touch with current as well as religions affairs The Central Methodist in ottered to old and new subscribers at the follow- Â¬ ing extremely low rates 1 copy one year in advance 100 ti copiesone year in advance 500 10 copies one year in advance 800 20 copies one year in advance i VOO This is a departure that should attract attention and all Methodists should have this paper at their firesides Poweli PANTS SALE which is now going on DONT DELAY We have about 75 Pairs of ODD PANTS that we are closing out at Greatly Reduced Prices If you need a pair now is your chance Dont go to sleep over your insurance 2 3 Turley Powell ft Turley prompt and worthy We have the trust Â¬ yi 3 2 bet companie Powe Turley Poweli - Who have the best companies An wer Turley 3 3 Powell ft Turley pay all fire losses 3- H J STRENG THE Ktre insurance Powell Turley 3 2 Look out for fires as well as storms a Powell ft Turley j i Kr Kent House and four acres of land on West A desirable location Main street Dont neglect your insurance Powell Turley 3 A blaze will start Powell Turiey What about your insurance Turley BLUE GRASS HERD OK- d uaac jEasr m wm ijv rcg TurloT The best compamei adjust ft T Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder WkJi fair BifbM McM na ihftom 71x83 like death asfi taxes have aeea la the world siace its creation Pcweii ft R H BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Ky Ttf7 FLYING MACHINE TALK THE SHRINE OF BACCHUS AET IN ARCIIITECTUIIE THE JUMPING BEAN Triangular-Sh- HK4X4feij4ik A Picture That PuHJee ScientUlo Men Here and Abroad Tfce Aeroplane Moved Automptlcally In VariouB Kent Design for a Duelling of Funny Antics of a Small uj ocons Really Moderate Cost aped Seed Aeeorrllne to the Descriptions of ITero of Alexandria It Was the I rut Loco Â¬ motive Kvcr I sed A Woudttr from Antiquity A Charming rtlfsliHfPIlc PORTABLE HEN lERGIIRIfU L -- zzrz zzx hUN i Theory Ipoi Which Piy-lug MarklM IX cam Are Working IpiM by a Photograph Taken Llhttcn House That Can n Unlit for Hundred Dollars Plan and hpecifleatlons The Material to Be Laed Written lcr Tills Paper Tbe Carpocapsa S tltltans Spins Its Silken Case Within a Shell and Then Huns Hither antl Thither with Its Peculiar Horns HOUSE Mercury and Potash remedies -- more to be dreaded than the disease and In a abort while Is In a far worse condition than before The most common resuii ia is thet result m n ra of the usual treatment of ips tMi la filled with r 1 WHAT DOES IT MEAN a V i In flriiifr machine circles nowadays rolve around the aero- tliey call a p cther with the SSg fan pro ated to a back iiu changvs in flying- ma- - in bonnets and the m patern is quite out of date since Hiram Maxim pave to the the result of his obser- of a thick in the act of flying for al ime the flying machine me of the most hopeful sssa in lie realm of discor- Uaa been looking up in the air and flight of birds If on ek you see a tall dark through ind blows regar into tlie Z4nith you --I The Scientific American contains an account by U W Unrtee of a locomo tive that was invented and used two thousand belief tie wiiter Th Â¬ within themselves hicl the uvansof tin ir own propuKi of our p rati vi h recent origin and the of the rims of upport- thei rth or itag r to enable ade- - that ve i This very house contains seven rooms and can be built for 81WX The foundation is of rubble stone the walls being 10 inches thick The size of the parlor is 13 feet 6 by 14 feet dining room 12x14 feet kitchen M feet inches by 13 feet and the four chambers 13 feet 0 inches by 14 feet xi feet 11x11 feet and 8 feet 0 inhes iiv 11 feet The vestibule is 4i inches by It feet and has two windows one at front and one at Â¬ Â¬ side The hall is Gxl feet with stairway leading to the second Uoor Two stair- - Q 8 kc tl a fhinp-nia- - ifs oil the subject of TV w ii ifh t of birds id arj hi duck by Irof Iangley - built up upon which has since of watched the m M S in short was that birds ler that iioIhnIv of this before and the it ho have tieen with huge winps in bird have been shown which cost bich he expects to and sea lias is lag It rise in the air on the bine ng MR TI1K UOt Or ELEVATION pair of propellt rs set hori h cut inii the air sustain the machine by r immense resisting sur- hat birds similiters at Â¬ driren for-nu-n- BACCnXS - tiltserved le inove -- about in the upier at preat ug their wings it was ailinjr on iiili they merely kept lrt vent them h -- lirds OF Till ALBAT quate power applied to the wliecls to vehicle was a discovery of not earlier than the middle of the last Hut in this inulaace the century have writers on locomotive n not dived deep enouq h or stayed down the records of an tiqoil rcr the bottoal facts in the history of such meehanuoi r Tlie lirst h vehicle of whi h we have any account was the invenlion of Ili ronf Alexandria who lived abmt two thousand years ago In his work descriptive of automatic or self moving machines there is illustrated a shrine of bacchus iu muted upon three wheels concealed within its base The shrine v as crowned with a ean altout which iigurcs of dancers reve bbbbsbS to Move by hidden mechanism Within the base of the shrine ng wheels Oft were three I ere fixed to an axle on which was a drum Aram in was wound upward on one which r two pulleys It was then attached to a heavy leaden weight The gradual escape of sand through a hole in the compartment descend The weight thus pulled on the cord and ing revolved the dram and n ve forward iu a straight Â¬ Â¬ pa-sei ways lead from the kitchen one up to the second Uoor and one down to the The dtsir off the dining basement room is Cxfi feet The pantry is ixCi feet The dining room has a large bay window and the parlor contains a fire- Â¬ place between the hall and parlor and between the dining room and pa lor there are large sliding doors The front veranda is 7x10 feet and has steps at both ends The front chamber lias a fireplace and an oriel bay The bathroom is 0x6 feet All chambers have large closets The balcony on the second floor is 7x 3 feet The size of studding -- i 1 1 i OiX3 The sixteen puzzle pigs In clover and numerous similar toys have had their day in amusing many thousands of the children of larger trrowth in our great and busy cities writes A 8 Ful- Â¬ ler in American Gardening Of late a much greater etxriositv has made its appearance in the form of little semi tropical seeds widely known as Mexi can jumping beans am the e have taken the place of the older pnxzles For the past two or dignified barkers three months brokers merchants and their associates and customers have been devoting their leisure moments to watching the antics of these triangular shaped m when placed on any smooth surface and it makes no difference which side tip they are they move alone- with a jump all the same These saltatorian curiosities have canht half the busi ness men of the city but fortunately the craze only affects the cheerful side of human nature hence is not as de pressing as figuring out ones prospects ive income tax These little seeds have a history for thirty seven years ago a number of them were sent from Mexico to England and arrived in the autumn of 18S7 In some of these at a later pe- Â¬ riod the insect was found to have changed to the chrysalis state and early the following spring the moths appeared The species was then deter- Â¬ mined and described in a paper read before the Entomological society on the 7th of June UBS by the eminent entomologist Trof I O Westwood who named the insect Carpocapsa saltitans As its name indicates it is a first cousin of our common apple worm C pomonella but the latter leaves it- - feeding ground and spins a cocoon elsewhere while the inhabitant of the jumping seed spins its silken case within upon which it can hump Damp antl jump without injury to deli- Â¬ cate little seif bkimc specimens of these seeds were sent to Paris in the same year they wen- sent to England and these were exhibite at the Academy of Sciences but the Trench savants made a mistake in supposing that the inhabitant of the seed was the larva of a beetle and not of a moth as had been previously determined by Prof Westwood The seeds in which these insects are found are evidently the products of Â¬ brain-confusin- g Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Bow Poultry Can Ba Made to I tints Waste In Grain Fields There is always more or less trrain lost in harvesting shelled off the heads or broken down out of reach of When grain was high in price farmers could afford to ignore this waste and let it seed the land with a volunteer crop The wr ter has often herded eowa on the great Coloit do wheat fiel s that were see led In these times however in this way and even the every little counts weste in the rain fields must be Bat whose la- Â¬ picked up and utilized bor is so valueless Miat it will not cost Mr more than the rain is worth the reaper m 1 completely cured can beartllT recom- nini rnur wondarf ul mertlrlne to an Tone m aouctea wun tnis psiniiii disease fi W F DALET Brooklyn Elevated R R r ir 11 okiii Ijar iitbiih on Tl rwiJ amiJ DM rvovaB u uiutu Ires to any aoarvss STflFT SPKtinC CO AUsnta iis the most reliable for which cure A few bottles will afford relief where all else has failed I suffered from a sewe attack of MercurfRheumatism hit arms a nd legs be Inn swot ten li rnrro than tsrW thtl natural Btlti CauSlfTff j I peotbundreds the mostexcruclattnit pa or dollars without renei o imk lrnz a lew Domes 01 jproedrandlyind II am now a wf ll man 1 1 3 1 1 1 RHEUMATISM BSSii naihli i U Winohnan CiaciuuLU anl Uataftun ta aflrt hoftfltCimiJj y Bas w 7 to Chatttwga Atlanta C jMknanlM WtMtmt nurh 0ir to TTcatwburw Ml Jhrei- 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mvfeefor the application will not be called for until the patent is ai lower1 A pamphlet entitl d Inventors Guide contiimng full information furtishid Address tree 925 N I ft 1 1 1 1 rime Table No feet Nov tAjiaillNU Ve aHes Nicholaswlle Valley View Million N 22 In Er 394 CUss Stories Mscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Depart ment Political Department Answers to Correspondents 18 1ST CLASS Ex Sun 10 2KB x Sun ExSus 55 3 roll IOfLTBT and Mrs lien e the pe pie to do the Ve illustrate the work properlj- way this thing is done in Hn rland A little henhouse- on wheels hens is hauled enough for tweniv-fi-- e about from one part of the held to another Wherever it stops the hens clean up all the scatteretl wheat for lhey many rods la every direction come back to the house to sleep and lay All the farmer has to do is to move the house and gather the eggs the hens do tne re t There s prog ress for you a step in advtnce of On many an hens by the acre American wheat ftirm the hens could make the unste wheat worth a good Rural New Yorker deal of in P0HTABLE nOlSK Â¬ Â¬ I Baled CITer or Tinit Bai 12 BALED STRAW Shelled Oats PROMPT Corn At lowest market prices Editorials Every thine WLL BE FOUND BL- Men ion this paper OST IN QUANTITY Fstieet Washington BEST IN Franklin H Hough D -- C 2 Richmond Uncx Mobcrly PanoU Irv nc r 12 Braslield 50 o 35 - QIMUTl BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sai h - - DELIVERY tie WEEKLY hY WHITES F M 1 7 st saiU i MANY USCS OF AR t May Be Said to To the loultry l Be Iniisfieimable Poultry rasers seem to have failed to learn the value o tar It is valua- Â¬ ble in many ways siys C V Norris in the EpitonUt I am led to tx lieve ir No ttorr credit SPOT CASH Send tlio money with the order oi pay the driver when he delivers lilt- goods Courier Journal A ten pattf Ntrwxpaprr 6 05 6 20 7 3 5 VERL Has eisht r tiimn Deatorratk Henry Watterson is the 1 f led all V FCft 45 EVERY itnr L R BLANTON P31CE 00 A YEAR HOLD BY Biriiinnsov BOr ma inrjs ITEED dies ti u y duly Trains be rain- - bclwccu You Vj I L ZZt Z ar -- iiS s 1 This beautiful d reason mes a man with an aa aectim Hero n1 the wheels in move Bj es hour to arrange rder to moke the shrine Z xt L FLAX OF I THE CAUSS OF THE JUMPING BEAN plants belonging to the genus Euphor- Â¬ kes a snap fount made pleasnre Th tion of th Th nscr in tlie Iacific ocean path ami to mle it ri h angles ire of Victory two be liill rilST FLOOR milk at ad pta- - llilication ne theory its i ntly sustained ings if imiliar to I Bae-- lat tJOOO years a ro the fact tiat whe led vehicles could be Bleed propelled by power applied totheaxles ly on winch the driving wheels were Li the fSitflsrd was well ng up mechanical pr n of the power were well un rings Pnrtht ie shrine of re- affords eviaenec f bi - tilit tinement in manipulation two way cock thrust III gSSI ia the eylindri ment as well a f r perform ally a bile the of the details of changing p ing the ltal use wine into milk or milk into vine alhatrota Qtly believed that this is at the iucs- It r vehicle g machine the first is built on the aero- wasl of whi r even re The bird seems Her ane principle ferred to by an- writer in the English fo raising itself raiie for the automata work of Hero disc translations of uachines which are now in is vt i Latin and of lialdi ate inventors Com be- into Italian are also rare It is universally admitted by writers S but Hero is the author to their aid on meehai iption of a machine ontrilnition to the sub- - of l that the action of actuated by steam but hitherto no one rapid has claimed for him the honor to ia running all the which the evidence sbtswj submitted mnot o Mcti ly the clearly entith him of having invent ed tlie first self moving carriage or loco- Â¬ only photography in its motive l tllli tl n or in- - Basra Heat M Perthi lon the eminent Trench The I nl li tlDCiucr lcal list tf the Euro- - chemist suggests as a subject for the ken in the world attention of the next generation of en Â¬ If gineers the substitution of tlie heat of who use it the sun or the central heat as a source 1100 more than half live in of energy for that derived from coal nuuuonly aft three or four hajj eighty tai nuinla r kiouieters deep U not b yond the persons in the power of modern ami specially future of At such a depih water speaking engineering would lie found with a temperature of as d in tliat time e ir- - 25j to 300 degrees Palm illicit which 0000 Kus-- would develop enough power for any This power numlter of machines ish from VflOOOOOO alian from ltOtiOOOO to would lie available in any part of the glolic and tunny thousands of Iortuguese from 7500000 of the MU0O000 pass away before this store of energy would suiter any diminution if Freueh 5000000 live in 75000jSSS Germans f tne A Slight Omission ve in the United Tensill our designer made a bad ther half mil- - break in that last design of a folding I Europe bed he got oot for us said the furni Â¬ ps of ture manufacturer in live hat was the matter with it oil lit Well he got the writing desk and book case and piano and wardrobe and TIMELY BEE NOTES refrigerator parts in all right but Bei gorged w itii honey never vol- - when we got the blamed thing to-Â¬ altack gether we found he had left the bed f room for queen and part out Truth Dm ring commences Another Itright Star any qu k movements Prison Missionary I hope that you r hives esptvially any that will not go back to your old ways when jT iS your term expires the germs feed on the Burglar Hill No need to My pic larvae of the bees and thus convert tur has Wen printed in all th papers into death and decay an Pm famous are seldom injured by Alas You are not famous You lonies never are notorious snots and si are moth and ignorance Its all the same financially speak in Ill go on the btage N Y that is to be kept Weekly through autumn or winter mnst be A Small Roys View in a warm room or th Mother There goes another one of rom the section when those dirty tramps I cant see why is not much to be they dont keep clean anyhow indling Small Son Mebby wen they was lit- Â¬ be bees are kept breeding Prepare tliem early and tle their mothers made them wash so nter and use a good cellar often they got sick of it- - Good News i vÂ¬ iK-n 1 1 inches roof The sheathing will be of fence flooring surfacctl one quality side all the siding to lie of with 4 inch face All the sub floors arc to be of fencing the surfaced roof boards to lie of fencing spaced 1 inches apart for air space The shingles of roof will be of the Star A Star brand Uoilding jKiper will be placed be tween the finished and sub floors and also between the siding and sheathing All ghi s will he American double thick and all trim throughout the boose w il be of Georgia pine The si e of the house upon the ground is L4x17 feet The basement is is 2x4 inches joist 2x10 rafters txt inches 1 Â¬ bia which contains about one hundred species indigenous to the United States mainly inhabiting Texas and westward to the Pacific There are annual biennial and perennial species mostly herbaceous but some are shrubby with large seeds It is not to be supposed that the insect under considera ion confines it elf to any one species any more than the apple Bmoth does to the apple but the latter attacks ail fruits large enough to support its young that belong to the Pyrus or apple family Just how the little grub eoeased in the jumping seeds manages to move them is what posales us for it cannot get B grip upon anything outside con Â¬ sequently employs some principles of nseebaoics which has not as yet been fully explained Shut a man up in a triangular box and he would find it be yond his power to make jumps the full length of his body and carry box and all but this seems to be a very easy matter with our curious little saltatorian There are also jumping oak galls produced by a fly cynips and jumping coooons and all probably em ploy the same means of propulsion Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ awvv X - f S fit Colas of lnormou Size v J xf-- U r filtamrr x rL iLAS 7 Ol- - SKCOND FLiKlll feet first story tt feet G inches sec ond story 0 feet The chimneys above the roof will be of pressed brick laid in cement mortar The house is piped for gas and fur- nacc All plastering is to be two coat work Tlie outside of the house will be painted three eon Is including the graining which will Ik- - done with yellow ochre and the best boiled linseed oil The finishing color will be of white for the bidy of the house and all trimmings w ill be of a light neutral blue color The roof will be of yellow ochre All gutters and down spouts will be of galvanized iron The chimney base will be of wrought iron The owner will furnish the gas fixtures furnace art glass bathroom fixtures shelf hardware and mam Â¬ Â¬ When the area and square inches of surface is taken into consideration the largest coins ever issued by any government on the globe were those put into circulation by Sweden during the sixteenth century These mammoth pieces are neither round square oval or octagonal in shape but are great irregular slabs of copper described as re sembling pieces of a boiler after an explosion The smallest pieces issued under the law which authorized this gigantic coinage was an irregular rectangular slab of about 12 square inches of surface and about half an inch thick It was worth alxiut 30cents The largest of the same series was about a foot squ re and had a face value of 84 Each of these copper slabs is stamped in several places on the face the vari- Â¬ ous inscriptions giving the date de- Â¬ nomination etc The 54 piece mentioned last above is nearly an inch in thickness and weighs four pounds lackiug a fraction Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to tar the fence uround th poultv Telephone 47 house instead of whitewashing will be much better It will contribute Office COlKIEK JOt KVT OOMPAKT and yard corner Main and Louisville Kentucky largely to the i rabilitt ol the wood B streets one square from the protecting it fro storm and I tne It is in the poultry house that tne value court house Loaas DISECTOEY of tar is the greatest for it conduces MASONIC greatly toward healthiuluess When we cholera makes its appearance Richmond Lodge No 25 meets second would advise first a thorough clean S and fourth Tuesdays in each month ing of the house next an application P Deatherage Master J Speed Smith Secretary of tar on all the joints cracks and Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 crevices of the inside of the building D meets third Tuesday in each month and then plenty of fresh whitewash P Armer H P I Speed Smith Secv properly applied The tar absorbs or Richmond Commanderv No 10 Reg- drives away the taint of disease and ular meeting the first Tuesday in each makes the premises wholesome The month Visitimt Sir Knights are cordialsmell is not offensive in fact many S P Deatherage ly invited to attend people like it and it is directly oppo-Â¬ E I J Speed Smith Recorder site to unhealthy To vermin lice Madion Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville etc the smell of tar is very repulsive metts Saturday evening before the full few will remain after you and but VV Moore W moon in every month have tarred the house A neighbor of M R V Whitlock Secretary ours was once troubled a ith chicken y Kingston Ladge No at means so much more than 1 meets Saturday evening t beforeKingston cholera and by adopting the above in the full connection with removing affected fyou imagine serious and i moon in Ievery month W TM C Wit Sec- Â¬ M ri fowls he soon put a stop to its ravfiatal diseases result iroml retary Lodge BotNo 7tS meet fourth Waco ages A amall lump of tnr in the trifling ailments neglected Saturday in ever month John V White drinking water supplied lo the fowls Turpin J It is also will be found betiflcial Den t play with iSature s 1 W M D HHamilton Secretary 578 at Lodge No John very beneficiil to the hum in system ia r greatest gift health Union City meets second Saturday in case of consumption bronchitis and every month John D Hamilton W M If you are feeling 1 severe colds lohn L Griggs Secretary out ot sorts weak md ReneTally ex Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Boones AMONG THE POULTRY hausted nervous borough meets third SaturCav in every have no appetite Wm Bennett W M S Oldmonth A sandy soil is the best location for and can t work begin at once tak ham Secretary a poultry yard ing the most relia A M John lierea Lodge No 617 F Thk growing fowls should have a ble strengthening medicine which is Johnson W M change in the grain ration every week Brown s Iron BitI 0 o F ters A few tatGeese lay three times a year and as tles cure benefit Madison Lodae No 14 meets every many as a dozen tf s each time comes from the Monday at their hall on Main street very first dose it Khepino the nests dark will often R CKirbv N G S H Thorpe V tutmt Uai your prevent the hens from eating the eggs ttetk and its G L J Frazee Secretary pleasant io take Two weeks is lonp- enough to make a Boone Encampment No 40 meets every fowl fat if highly fed with a fattening lirst and third Thursday in Odd Fellows ration K J Hall on Main street Richmond Aik si iKFil lime freely used in the Lipscomb C P L J Frazee Scribe Dyspepsia Kldnev and Liver poultry quarters will destroy unpleasRichmond Uniform Degree Camp No Neuralgia Troubles ant odors 3 meets second Thursday in each month C R Tudor Cap- at Odd Fellows Hall Constipation Bad Blood The late hatched turkeys can nearly Malaria Nervous ailments i tain L J Frazee Clerk always he given a fresh ratine much younger than those hatched earlier Womens complaints KNIGHTS or HONOR Cet ntllv ri Ornuififs if hac rrftccs rl rmA Aftek the chickens are six weeks Amity toitge No sir K of H meets lines nn th wranncT All nlhrs ir cuh old there is a stead3 gain on the part r stuutes On receiut of two ac stamns we every Friday evening in the Odd Fellows of the large breedsover the small oues oi ten r win shiq set and book tseautiiui worm s hall at 7 oclock II f Rice Dictator Views free Wiieri the poultry are allowed to VFair rweutrii m qai tihadc un V B W Rowland Reporter shift for themselves ami are given the LyhS KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS IBySwhJ syaWt SV range of the farm they often prove a White LoJge No 4t K P meets ev- nuisance t tv Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows DrY earth is the best deodoriser hall at oclock C W Tudor C C known It is also the be alorbeut C C Hooker K of R and S to preserve the manure iu the least of fensive viy Oxe of the best ways of making the iswT as poultry houve comfortable is to make H sW 1 WssH rrH bsssH IB 19 SB vaV a double wall aul line the inside one i m k aava Easa aaaav l bVsbbV I M M as Ba with paper St Louis Iiepulilic- I HbsV as wB l s9i li a bbWsI1 sma Bvam Ba W Â¬ H Tlie Weekly Courier Journal i iv liberal terms to BtptntS Sample iet of the paper ami Iremiuni Sup plement MM tree to any ahress N rite to iik spend thrc at 10 20 You t r h Letectives Wanted in every county to act in the from Secret Service under instruction Capt Grannin ex Chief Detective of Experience not nece Cincinnati Estab islied 11 years Prticuars free Address irannan Detective Huieiu C 44 Arcade Cincinnati O The methods and operations af this Bureau investiga ted and found lawful by United States 2 Government return t any ticket ag- W H Ai J KENTUCKY svsawgsjsjsS0jSiiaayi CERTUL - In Poor Health Browns BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Centra Kentucky to All Point North Houth and South west LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE 1895 Ttr s cial Â¬ ieaturrit IIPPINCO TTS A In e Complete Move is- Through dailv train service between Cincinnati Middlesborough Kv and Knoxville Tenn and Points on Â¬ LN tkhesale lOCTTH R R 1st lS9i Nn S Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ addition to th- usual elettes essays XK ms maWt- i one i the no t li sizable m igazint s now pnnii bcd We avo il the i ie ion hcd b soasasj reade Durii g tbe lo a cot tnued lorv coming tenr nnvels may V expected Irom I short stuiies t etc all cntiibne ih ii Kffet Jss Dally Express 419 a m 948 am 1041 11 1 - -- BOOND No Daily 755 pm 900 pm 150 1013 ic S5 Aecom Kx skas No 3 Daily Iron CMT Kim G Â¬ Â¬ BTSl Amflik Rivi de Atii k s Lve ve ve Cincinnati TH tiOUtll t gton 8n mj Sotpm ijops ep 4 ive are Bitters Mrs Siickmy Miss Train Mrs rr rr lexliiKtii nthlana 3 snj am Alexander Lve i It Cures il r Â¬ And other well known writers Price 3 er year Single copv 25 cents Scno fiie 2 cent stamps for seciimn copj UPPiNcorra magazine Pmii iis mn 1 1 rr Iiviiuotou Lve Ll ingstiii ve lililolt rr C01 lin Lve rorbin lrea liiiiond 111Olid fl r n n 1125 a m iaio n n 1235 pm 102s P m 12s on 1055 P m 1055 a I 1143 p ni 1207 a vi- - pi I o jn 255 P 310 p m 352 P 14 V m 7i8 pc 105 am 125 a m Le Barbrvllle Lve Pinevil yrr e Miiiilestili 445 P 445 P 530 p 600 p m m ija I a saw sra Â¬ FOR SALE THE PLANT iV aaai ZstTassKlty 4u I II A Milk KS an Kjjc Producer Â¬ paw xbjbs ava liens should have all the milk they Can read ly eat no kind of food is bet ter a lap ed to uetion boote milk mi ith bran u not fatten them but if given tre ly le vessel in which it is fed will need iretjucnt cleansing to prevent th em becoming offensive With mil to drink fowls on a range will do well enough on one meal a day as l will encourage activity and picking up what they eao This feed should be giv n very eai an the monn should st amei 1 m BBBsV I SBSSa i aarBsw 1 SILVER Ar Kmti II e liriMMid The free and unlimited coinage of rr Btvs silver the product of American mines H BOUND at the old ratio of 16 of silver to 1 of gold is the only solution- of and e Rowlantt rr nichmond remedy for the disturbed and unsatis Lve Knoxville tactory condtion of trade manufacLve leli eo WlllUrrmbs ture and general business of the counAr Corhtn- Lve Ctimt IJaiThe surreptitious act of 1873 try ve Mliltte liit sih er and gold in our mone lVf P ie an system uas a crime of untold Corbin uiulon itude l in j It was the lankest kind i Â¬ Â¬ 5 FREE COIXACiE OF v 1 tun i tiHp Lve CirluLve VV illiuiusbis Arr JeillCI ninl Uap 550 p So S 5 P m SB 520 p 1 Daily hx rtuu is Daily 700 am 1015 Daily sm x x 1110 p m 1138 p m a m 1001 p si III 0 7 8 Sz 40a 19 aa a m a m a as -v ct p SB 9 00 2H 1220 a m 9 45 am 10 i G A A V Kixtz ItTects of Cold on Metals serie of experiments was recently made with a view of testing the relative st re lgth of metals when heated or cohl The result was surprising even to those who conducted t Inder B very low temperature the ten file strength of many metals wis enor mously increased The breaking strain of tin was increased from M pounds pounds that of fusible metal from 141 pounds to 40 pounds The magnetic powers of Baftsla seem to be in some way c ited to their tensile strength and these as well are many times multiplied by excessive cold Â¬ Â¬ Taltrst Man In the World According to Ilerlin papers the tall ln in the world at the present time is now to be seen in the Passage Panopticuin in that city He is the Arubian Hassan AH who has grown to the enormous height of 9 feet 2 inches uloiough he is only 10 years old It is believed that he will continue to grow for several years Hassan AH was born uear the Sinah Amnions oasis in Hgvpt He has the Arabian cast of features but does not possess the usual grace it is needless to say of his peo- Â¬ ple Before hiss the same papers say the tallest man was the Chinese giant Shang Yu Sing bart even when 24 years Old he was a lmlf foot or more shorter Iow to Treat Broody Bens If broody heus are properly treated nine out of ten siys the Maine Farmer will legin to lay a ain within two weeks after being removed from the nest but if they are half drowned for a week or bruised starved and abused it is more than likely they will get even with their owners by declining to lay a sin- Â¬ gle egg uutil they hare fully re covered from their ill treatment and acquired their customary tranquillity Poultry keepers should ever keep in mind the solemn fact that they lose money every time they abuse or harass a fowl -Â¬ Â¬ Our Orncc ts Oppotrrt and we can secure patent tu less Ume than those icmotefrum Wasiurcton Send model drawing or photo with descrip- IV e advist it patentable or not tree ofj cterp Our fee not due tul patent is secured 4 a PiHBwirr How to Obtain Pa tents with 4 cost of same in the U S and foreign countries J seat tree Address US patent Officc J tii MOUNTAIN SENTINEL IS OFFERKO FOK SALE- - CASNOWCO Opp Patent Orncc Washington D clover hay with a little corn nul oat chop and bru i niiei with it and a a little salt aided to rra it more palatable A bird will have a avenous appetite and they can eat all of this food they want without iujury California Cacller -Â¬ YELLOW PINE FLOORING AND Preared Noiv said for tlio Worst the physiciun who Is I must noted for his heavy nlSlgrs take your teuipeniture All riyht responded the patient in a tone of utter resignation Youre got about everything else I own Theres no reason why you shouldnt Washington Star take that too The March of Progress CHEAP FOR- - A New Substance Discovered Fastidious Stranger hear that the long feud between the Willtnghams an the lay ridges has at last be n amicably settled forever Native Yes sah What was the use in keeping it up when both families sah iKurlt complete outfits of bullet- Â¬ proof clothing Puck I CEILING J CASH It ts first clam in its appoint nieiits ami will lie solii it a Poplar Weatherboarding Cypress Shingles Cat Poplar Shingles ii 11 30 a SB nation in favor of the 12 28 n n ml 12 55 a a 3SJB produce against 6 2J i 2 30pm ive rr 705 s 3 aopsu nd h tik 10 the prosperity stpss Pwris - Un ii was an ct lXli i tteasoa bsica oe ouce at the instance PniN ve I a fain Lirj ean syndicate and foi bribe rr- tiv 911 a 1024 a Bs 711 am giving aid and comfort to rr tlluniiii 1030 s ml 72 5 a m our countrys enemies To shield MAYSVII LI BRANCH the puilty parties ibe refl nutlienti- No 10 Jfo 12 catcd lacts oiten pi been NOKTH-l-Daily Dailv iKzaaB elx Sun vigorously denied The Enquirer Trill continue to ex- Â¬ Lve rinriniiatl 250 p m Lve Iovlisiinu 2 56 p an pose this unpardonable crime until lexiiiguin 700 a m 620 p SB Peii 40 OS right and justice are done the people lien burg 808 a sn arlisic 827 a m by the full restoration of silver to its JOaBSVBBBBJ 911 am Maysville 945 old companionship with gold We No need the assistance of the people in SOUTH BOUND Dailv Daily Kx 81111 Kisun disseminating the truth to which end Maysville 45 P 552 a m we invite all in your selection of pa Lve Johnson 620 a m 124 pm - Iarlisle a m 308 pm 703 pers for the coming season to include Mlllersburs 722 a m 3 7 PSB Parts 745 a m VS PSB the Enquirer that costs only 100 a rr Lexington 835 a m Ioy inloti m 1024 a m year Issued twice a week riiieiinmtl 45 PSB Liberal commissions and cash re- Â¬ Fo fn tber inforrnaiion rates on tiekels wards given to club raisers Sample or freight add re r B tAKK copies free Ticket and Kmisi ntion aeut Enquirer Company iioud Ky Cincnnad O acahh te 200 a m 215 a m 312 a m 11 23 15 V4- i 5 v SB asl rg the bees epproach the Young Tulter Do you mind Miss a little smoke in at the I from above and Clara if dont wear a dress suit after I oke aa seeded If at any this when call Miss Pickerly Certainly not Mr me get irritable a lit Lie Tutter if yon are coming on business j Otiue tueaa en--- u Right to the Point German chemist is reported to have lane snbstanee which has the resaarkabie sad cnlqwe property of solidifying when heated and remaining liquid at temperatures below zero It has ia ob tained by mixequal parts of phenol easaphor and saponine and adding a somewhat smaller proportion of essence of turpentine Certain sub atanc e albumens harden on heating but this is the only product that a iieson healiLig A aicr and Furtii Mll Tiniest Grl of Her Ate Paulina of and is prob-lef tajrV I A Sensible Mew How did you feel about the income weighs ti foul ruic Shwsjtar 1 am in favor of having a law passed triring every man an income large I enough to e taxed auht by a i with 1 Mrs Squill Do you still think this new hat too big dear air Ive been ssaaaarlii biil Chicago Efn t ot Contrast Bella funny 41 Algernon promptly Certainly Will you m ia o but marriage is no joke you know N Y AAt a Resort t Too Sharp or Him teasingly Say something Customer examining samples of false teeth Will you kindly retire from the room while I am looking these over Dentist Why do you object to my being present Customer You know it isnt etiquette to be seen picking ones teeth IJoston in the presence of others News r rous a Professional Standpoint Young Mother whose baby has been weighed by the butcher And how much does the little fellow weigh Mr Bullwinkle Butcher Twenty pounds mum Young Mother Isnt he a splendid specimen Well from my Butcher dubiously pints at view mum he runs too much to suet Tit Bits Â¬ A Paradox Though we boast ot modem progress aa aloft srs psoadly soir Above untutored cannibals whose habits we Framing Lumber WEBSTERS Yet In out- uaiiy papers any day you chance to look You may tlnd 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